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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 9, 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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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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No. 42 Thursday,May 9, 1l7i! Copy






1 Lawtey Partly Weather cloudy with chanceof New Road

thunder afternoon showers and evening is the County Acceptance

r weather forecast for Mother's
Zoning Day weekend.
Isolated thunder showers

t should numerous become Sunday more and Policies Set

Slated Monday present with, according early morningfog to the By Commissioners

Division of Forestry.


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thing I'd like for us ": .101.\1', .' I' Fuel PricesDriving graded maintenance and have be a properly 20-foot

to get into right away is ll. '-r', lime rock base was

zoning the City of .- ;" ,jf' (!\ adopted by the Bradford

Lawtey," said veteran City County Commission, after

Commissioner Robert much discussion, in its regular -

Scott to his fellow council- City monthly meeting

men Monday night, May 6. Monday, May 6. -

At Scott's behest, the Condition of roads accepted -

council once again declaredit for county maintenance -

will begin work on r !; has long been a topicof

,. zoning the city. Chairman i ia8q Utilities UpBecause the board, increasinglyso
Gene Pearson said he A a since subdivisions are

: would contact Bradford rK I ,, Ky F; springing up all over the

Zoning Board county. Developers invariably
County of rapidly escalating costs to provide fuel for ask the
Director L. M. Gaines county to
about the proper steps to i t.w t. the operation of the city's power plant, the Starke city take ownership of the

take. commissioners are being forced to consider an additional roads for maintenance
t 20 percent fuel adjustment surcharge to be added to cus-
and in the
No formal action was purposes, past,
fry
tomer billings in the near future.
; t very roads in
required by the council, sinceit some developedareas

has previously voted to workon Following a review of the effect since January 1 of this have been subject to
controlling and usage in the cost figures on Tuesday, May year. no regulation and have
town. The council voted to do n,.; rr r. 7, for the first six months of No change was made at that simply been left until
that three years ago Com- F the budget year which began time in the rates charged for
Jordan residents complain and the
missioner Barbara
u Oct. I, 1973.it appears that the electricity. The tentative
pointed out, but the matter / ,t 4 rulir city will come up short by the consensus among the com- county simply assumed
simply died. Her comment end of the budget year in the missioners is to apply a fuel charge of maintenance.
came after CommissionerWalter amount of adjustment surcharge on
some $100,000. After "chewing the fat" and
Smith made a motionto rather thanto
customer billings
Comparative figures sup- their for
"beating gums"
have the city zoned and to plied to the commission by make a change in utility about four hours in the
have a building code written.He 9 City Clerk Merril Edwardsand rates at this time.Preliminary and afternoon
i morning
got a second from Com- M N rf, Mayor Neil Tucker indicate estimates sessions. Commissioner
missioner Scott."I arrived at by the commissioners
; that fuel oil costs alone George Roberts eventually
don't see why the City of e ;' ,.i." i have almost doubled since last would require an made the motion that: "Any
Lawtey should be so far e, 7 October.For increase of about 20 percent, future road to be accepted by
behind other small cities," the first seven months more or less, to be collected the county for maintenance
Scott told his fellow coun- lk, last year the cost of fuel oil to from each utility account to purposes would have a 20 ft.
cilmen. He said he was em- i vd"Z ti the city was$55,639 compared break even by the end of the (wide) lime rock base 6 inch
barrassed to put his signatureto to the first seven months of the year.It thick loose or 4 inches
a paper being sent to current budget the cost has was agreed to turn the compacted with the ad.
Tallahassee when the town's been $104,712 an increase of figures over to City Auditor ditional stipulation that prio..
two liquor stores were going in $49,073 over last year. Ned Scott for further review to the placement of the
that Lawtey had no zoning The cost for natural gas lastyear and study and to have his limerock base that any ,"
restrictions was $54,911 and for this recommendation before proposed road in the county
"People can put cows by year $62,863, an increase of taking any action on the fuel would have to be inspected by
your house, or a hog pen, $7,952.In adjustment surcharge.The the Board before the approvalof
said Scott, "And there is :: former years excess calculations used at the the Board would be for-
nothing you can do about it {r 4 revenues received by the city meeting Tuesday is alreadyout thcoming.
except go to the extreme of .YN" had been used to supplementthe of line, because of the fact "That would then allow for
having something declared a other department budgetsin that the city was notified of black-topping of an 18 foot
nuisance." their operations, and in another 2 cents per gallon width with limerock
Top honors graduates at BUS are Eddie Blalock valedictorian lljalmar McMillan, and Harriet Faulkner. a supportof
increase in the cost of fuel oil.
In other action Monday order to make the gas water one foot on either side of the
night, the Council: and sewer departments to The increase became ef- road," said CommissionerDave
Discussed digging out become self-supporting new fective on Monday, May 6. The Paulk.
several drainage ditches, but 1974 BHS Honor Students NamedMiss minimum rates were city is now paying 26.78pe r Roberts' motion was
found each was stalled by the established and have been in gallon for fuel oil compared to unanimously approved.

refusal of one land owner to lljalmar McMillan, student list by posting a 3.0 Brenda Carol Holmes, Ann Shuford, daughter of Mr. last gallon.years The price 2 cent of 12 cents increase per Adoption of subdivision
grant as easement across his daughter of Mr. and Mrs. grade average or better. They daughter of Mrs. Carol and Mrs. J. S. Shuford; amounts to $160 day for regulations, setting standardsfor
per
property. An attempt will be Merrell G. McMillan of were: Jency Evely Watson, Holmes; Landa Joye Thorn- Donald Dewitt Loper son of .4-11> Coordinator the city. The diesel engines streets sidewalks and
made, the council Indicated, Starke, has been named 1974 daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Loper; consume I a bout 8,000 gallons of drainage are under study by
to negotiate with the propertyowner. Valedictorian at Bradford William R. Watson Helen Paul Clifton the Bradford County Zoning
; V E. Thornton. Hutchins, son of Asked By TaylorAt fuel each day in supplying the
High School having posted a Pearsall, daughter of Mrs. Susan Marie Faulkner, Mr. Paul Hutchins Sr.; Judy city's power consumption.The Board now. The county
Asked Commissioner commission will act in the
near perfect 3.9 grade point Juanita Pearsall; Carol Lynn Diane Loper, daughter of Mr. the for
daughter of Mr.and Mrs. Paul the request of County daily cost to city
Spurgeon Massey to supply a meantime on its own policy
In four of Beam of Mrs. and Mrs. Ben
average years high daughter Faulkner ; Marshall Loper; Karon Agent Bobby L. Taylor the fuel oil is $2,140 based on the
list of street names to his Zoning regulations will
school. Barbara Beam Darlene Gail
Green of Mr.
brother ; Cloversettle, son of Mr. and daughter Commissioners wenton 8,000 gallon consumption at
Wayne Massey so that County probably be adopted along the
Miss McMillan has made Hobbs, daughter of Mr. and and Mrs. Delbert Green
; the of 26.76 cents
new price
Cloversettle
Mrs. Herbert F. record and approved
;
city street signs can be made.It lines of county policy.
only three B's in her entire Mrs. J. C. Hobbs Stephen Johanna Lisa Newman
James Irvin Johns, son of Mr. tentative for the per gallon.
plans employment
was agreed to use numbersfor Director L. M, Gaines said
high school career. Two years Phillip Hall, son of Mr. and qnd Mrs. Miller L. Johns; daughter Mr.and Mrs. John of a 4-H Coordinator When natural gas is
streets and avenues which Wednesday morning. Once
ago her sister, Rebecca was Mrs. Rodney Hall; Stephen Janet Louise McCrary, Newman. for Bradford Baker available to supply the city's
have no names. subdivision regulations are
named Valedictorian of 1972 Robert Register, son of Mr. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Charles Jenkins and Union counties, at their engines the cost drops to about
-Agreed that Clerk Lucille adopted developers will haveto
for BHS. Miss McMillan and L. B.
Mrs.
plansto Register;
N. Deborah (See Page 9) $351 day.
Shuford will contact James McCrary; meeting Monday. per comply with them but the
go to Santa Fe Junior James Aaron Davis, son of
strawberry shipper Morris College to take business Mr. and Mrs. James Davis; county commission will still
Carter about cleaning the make the final decision on
up courses to become a legal Robyn Lynn Williams,
Lawtey strawberry wharf of Mr.and Mrs.JohnR. accepting roads, Gaines said.
secretary or a court reporter. daughter
after the season is over. Diann Francis The discussion arose in the
Miss Harriet Faulkner and Williams; D Wins
Was told by Marshall M. Eddie Blalock were named Moore, daughter of Mr. and Company Brigade'sCoveted morning session when Mark
M. Jordan that the town can Co-Salutatorians, both Mrs. L. V. Moore; Mary Olin presented a plat of the 40
get a traffic signal on US-301 maintaining a 3.7 average in Kathryn Casey, daughter of acre section that he had
(See Page 9) their four years of high school. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Casey. subdivided into approximately -
60 lots of the Old
Miss Faulkner, daughter of Linda Marie Pressley,
Place SR-16 and
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Faulknerof daughter of Mr. Lamar Gentry on
Road northwest of
Starke, is now employed at Pressley; Sallye Ann Meng, Wadsworth TrophyJames Starke.Morgan Olin is to
the Bradford County Tax daughter Mr. and Mrs. Paul proposing
develop the area and sell or
Collector's Theresa Mae Me-
Office in the Meng;
rent lots for the placement of
Courthoouse and plans to keepon Williams, daughter of Mr. and
working there after Mrs. John S. McWilliams; Chalk up another award for Florida National Guard at Donald C, Wainwright of D. Jackson, won the mobile homes.
graduation. James William Frampton, son Co. D,53d Support Battalion of Camp Blanding. This marks Starke, representing Com best dressed soldier award. Olin requested the Board'sapproval
Blalock, son of Mr. and Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Starke. the second time Co. D has won panv D.Last The 153rd Engineer Com- of his plat and theBoard's
Charles Blalock of Starke, Frampton; Debra Gayle The unit, which got an inthe award. year SP Leaton U. pany from Lake City won two acceptance of the
+tr V plans to go to Lake City Scott, daughter of Mr. and dividual award last year, took Morgan of Co. D won the best awards the Broward Huggins roads therein so that sales or
drilled soldier award. Award for the best drilled rentals could begin at the
Community College then to Mrs. C. E. Scott; Debra Ann home the coveted Louis E. The Wadsworth Trophy
Mississippi College to becomea Vickery, daughter of Mr. and Wadsworth Trophy at last goes to the company demon Best drilled soldier this year company and the award for earliest possible date.Olin's .
minister.In Mrs. L. E. Vickery; Loretta Friday's annual Military strating the highest efficiency went to PFC James C. Smithof having the best company :lu request to the County
addition to the three, 42 Ann Starling daughter of Mr. Parade and Review of the 53rd in maintenance. Gen. Sikes Co. C 1-124, Homestead. the Parade. Commissioners followed the
more seniors made the honor and Mrs. Charles Starling; Infantry Brigade of the presented the award to SFC Another Co. C man, PFC Platoon Sgt. David N. approval of the Bradford
Bake Sale Zammert of HHC, 53d Inf. County Zoning Board's
Bde., Tampa, was named the authorization of a re-

Saturday In Frontof May 11 I Alternate Plan Approved On Lawtey Wat er SystemIt best William Brigade driver Commander J.and Bell two men,and Deputy, Col.SP4 classification purpose permit requested."I'm its of use the. propertyto for the

Robert Stokes of HQ, 53d Spt. in favor of requiring
Engineers have been Alan H. Arant representing costs, due to speeding up the at the April 18 meeting, was decided, however, Bn., St. Pete, earned paving of any subdivision
Stan's Booteryby authorized to draw up an the engineers, told the councilat contract letting, should because it is not known that the time lag in having to Distinguished Service Medals. street or any county road
alternate plan for Lawtey's a previous called meeting largely offset the extra cost of whether Lawtey's water wait on the water test before before our approval, otherwise
BCVFA proposed new water system to on ,that due to the ra te the alternate plan. supply will need treatment or designing the rest of the Col. Bell won his second we'll wind up with dirt
expedite the process of ad- of inflation (about 10 percent a Use of an alternate plan was not. Arant said there is Indication system would be too great and DSM for heading up theGuard's roads to be maintained
vertising bids and letting the year) the savings in building necessitated, Arant explained from samples takenin the Council indicated it wouldgo highly-successful 15- throughout the county," said
contract.By the area that the water along with the alternate day recruiting drive, Dave Paulk in stating his
combining constructioninto 3 B & E's Reported In StarkeThree might need treatment for plan if the added cost did not "Operation Guardpower"., in sentiments on the road
one larger phase, rather hydrogen dioxide and iron. exceed $3: nno. This future was South Florida. situation.
than two smaller ones, more B and E's were ween April 29 and May 4. A If the water does not have to verified in a letter received by SP4 Stokes earned his "Tell the man what we're
engineers plan to cut three reported during the past lawn mower valued at $65 and be treated engineers plan to the city from the engineers. award for an act of heroism on gonna do. Don't let him leave
M sb weeks to a month off the time week, according to records in two automobile tires valued at design an elevated water Charles Snell, representingthe April 29, 1973 in which he Here without knowing what his
Police each taken the storage tank, Arant said, but crawled Into ,the cab of an is said Com-
required to begin construction the Starke Depart $15 were by Farmers Home Ad- position ,
a date expected to ment. thieves. if treatment is necessary, ministration, the lending overturned tractor trailer to missioner Dave Shuford 1''
be around the first of October.. The locked automobile of The office of Malcolm ground level storage equipped: for the city's turn off the engine and Olin was finally told in the
The action was taken in a Russ Eberle was broken Into Lewis pulpwood dealer, was with an aerator would be agency proposed loan, had also objected prevent the gasoline that had morning session that In the
special called meeting,April on May 3 and according to the broken into on May 6 and necessary.At to the two-part contract spilled from igniting. He then opinion of the commissionersthat
27 following assurance from police report: cash In the approximately $25 in coins the April 24 meeting letting: stating it would not be administered first aid to the It would best serve his
Sverdrop and Parcel, amount of $628 was taken in stolen. Entry by the thieves Arant first proposed lettingthe possible to know the entire driver until an ambulance'arrived. immediate interests to put the
c-: .. Gainesville engineer firm, the robbery. was accomplished by bid in two phases: the first cost of the project before plat of the property on record,
that additional costs of preparing Eberle, operates Russ's removing an air conditioner contract to call for digging the the work. The parade highlighted the but to retain the roads thereinto
Jhe (Community! the alternate plan Bar at 202 East Madison trom a window.In well only. After the water had starting two-week encampment of the be maintained on a
&hltr would not exceed $.)ii')> The Street hd his place of addition to the theft aubstantia been tested, the engineers Snell also said that forms 53d that officially ends Sun- privately owned basis.
#iankA. city has since notified .. engineering business broken into on April 1 amount of damage could design whichever type would be sent out later for the day. Some 2,500 guardsmen Olin, when questioned
firm to procl.ith .)the office was caused by the storage tank would be needed verification of signatures of passed in review in the Tuesday; said that he expectsto
N.. Yid U. the alternate plan, Cu;' ark 18.Another break-tn occurred.it thieves'i according to Police and another contract let for the '193 persons .who signed parade, which this year follow through) on'his
rddroa0a ____ : Lucille Shulord said T' the home of J>- ..J. Ricks ''tlicer Harold Crews, whoinstigated the tank and distribution contracts as consumers of the honored retiring Brig Gen 'development plans and,
c- night 423!:! Pratt St., r ..Ime bet- the break-in. system, he said. proposed system. (See Page 9) .!(SeePage 8VJULIAN
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. Joy 10th St.Birthday John Celebrates April 28 he 11cciat (


Joy St. John celebrated her V.St.John gave a swim party rv [ 64.ide' PIY1w w.J
tenth birthday April 28 when and hamburger fry at the
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. Enlisted Men's Club at Camp
Blanding.The Wooty Society a ditor,
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Bake SaleThe ft
refreshment table was --
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Bradford County centered with a Raggedy Ann ;

Auxiliary Volunteer will have Firemen's a bake doll The cake.seven girls enjoyed e.Ii Brown-Hall Vows Solemnized April 27 In Episcopal Church

sale Saturday, May 11 from 9 swimming, a jeep ride and
to 12 a.m. in front of Stan's grilled hamburgers during the Misses Tina and Gina The couple is residing in I Vocational Technical Center.
Bootery. party hours. Brown, sisters of the groom, Starke after a wedding trip to The groom graduated fromSt.
4 served as bridal attendants. Orlando. .Johns River Junior Collegein
II '. They wore full length dressesnf The bride ttended St.Johns 1974 with high honors and
rvmtel blue knit with high River Junior College in 1973 will be attending the
waistline and low, round ne and is presently a secretary at University of Florida in the
\ ckline. The sleeves were Bradford-Union Area fall.
d-elt" if i4VAtJ9n gathered to form ruffles. A

\o, ke around matching the velvet waistline.ribbon They was Select from these GIFTS

eo115 r'7 carried cascades of blue

i '3A. carnations with blue satin that Mother will appreciate
S' Loretta Starling 3y. ribbons and greenery.
N qbA..SOSummer Given in marriage by her
Andreu HarveyEngagement grandfather, Ben F. Hall, the
bride wore a full length dress
ToldMr. of bridal satin overlayed with Large $399
silk organza. The dress had a CHEST
and Mrs. Charles G. gathered skirt attached to a SEWING
perfect.. bodice with high waistline,
Starling of Lawtey announcethe
shirt- engagement and ap neck ruffle and long puff
r of their sleeves, trimmed with lace
marriage
proaching
around the ruffled sleeves and electric/
jack daughter, Loretta Ann, to
Andreu James Harvey, son of neckline with white velvet
pantsuit. C. ribbon around the waistline.Her COFFEE
Mr. and Mrs. E. Harvey POT
four tiered net, waist $798
also of Lawtey.
24 Miss Starling is a senior at length veil was secured to a
,t Bradford High School. Mr. seeded pearl headpiece. She
of carried a nosegay of pink
Harvey is a graduate
School in carnations, white pompomsand
Taylor County High
Perry and is employed with baby's breath with white $1998
of satin ribbons.A SET
Watkins Corporation
reception was held at the cOOKW7PCAluminum ASE
C.nreepol2fer Perry.The wedding will take place home of the groom's parentson
July 12 at 8 p.m. at the First Geiger Road, which was
.' Baptist Church in Lawtey. highlighted with
All friends and relatives are arrangements of pink carnations
l double knit
+ t and silver candelabrawith
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invited to attend.
y in new burning tapers. The COOKWARE
bride's book table held a white SET $998
summercolors. Births bridal candle decorated with
white Miss
pompoms.
Deborah Ann Shuford kept the
Sizes: 818. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph bride's book.
Willard Crawford announce The bride's table was KNITMaterta $ '
the birth of a daughter Misty centered with a three tiered DOUBLE g11
Janell born April 23 in the wedding cake topped with a Yd.
Alachua General Hospital. bride and groom and en- \
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Grandparents are Mr. and circled with a satin and
Mrs. Howard A. Coleman anc' organza ruffle. The cake was ____ We have
Mrs. Gertie Crawford ot baked by Joyce Norman, auntof
41v Starke and Harold Crawfordof Miss June Seleeta Hall and Mrs. John M. Flynn, the bride. Cutting the cake many itemsappropriate
Lawtey. Terence M. Brown were organist, presented a were Mr. and Mrs. Sid
E2 united in marriage April 27 at program of nuptial music. Shuford. ocN'TFoRG. forMother's
--- 7 p.m. in St. Mark's Episcopal Mark Bryan of Valdosta, Standing in the receiving
Mr and Mrs. Leon Manning Church with Rev. John M. Ga. attended his cousin as line were the bride and groom, Day
BANK AMERICARD announce the birth of a son, Flynn performing the nup- best man. Larry Oglesby their parents, and the honor IS .
David Leon, May 3 in the
tials. served as usher. attendants.
Ml Alachua General Hospital The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Saundra Pierce of St. The punch bowls were REASONABLEPRICES
t Maternal grand-parents are Mr. and Mrs. Jack W. Hall Augustine and Miss JoAnn encircled with greenery interspersed
t *_ Mr. and Mrs. Don H. Chitty, and the groom is the son of Hall sisters of the bride, at- with white pom-
MASTER CHARGE Starke. Mr. and Mrs. Millard C. tended as matron and maid of ALWAYS
and roses. Miss Jan
poms
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Ad Brown.
honor. They wore full length
Norman served punch
Mr.and Mrs. Henry Godwin Highlighting the altar were dresses of floral organza with assisted by Mrs. Jack VAN H. PRIEST CO, INC.
and daughter, Barbara, and two arrangements of pink empire waistline and cap Reynolds, Mrs. Curtis Bryan
Mrs. Lola Johnson attendedthe carnations, pompoms and sleeves trimmed with white and Mrs. Joyce Norman. W. CALL ST. STARKE FLA.
9:00 5:30 MON. baby's breath flanked by velvet ribbon around the
HOURS : : THRU SAT. Johnson family reunion at
branched candelabra with waist. They carried cascadesof
Creek
Cross Sunday. L
_ white tapers. pink carnations with pink -
- satin ribbons and
112> __ greenery.
John Bradley

Speaks AtSorority Trish Myers Wins ITI I&IYIMOTHER'S

.make MeetingGamma College Post

it a MOTHER'S Theta chapter of
DAY! MACON Ga. Miss Trish
\BIG\ Beta Sigma Phi sorority met Myers of Kinglsey Lake has
at the home of Mrs. Marc been elected qn officer of the
Jackson April 22 at 7:30: p.m. Student Government
John
Bradley from Southern Association at Wesleyan
Discount was guest speakerand College for 1974-75.
Give Her Something / gave a talk on credit. Miss Myers has been chosenas
Refreshments were served the projectsintercollegiatechairman
by the hostess and co-hostess, of the Student DAY
Mrs. John
Bradley. Recreation
Council.
She Needs Now Next meeting will be May 13 Miss Myers,a sophomore, is
at the home
of Mrs. Gene Cox the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
at Lake
Bedford. John Myers of Kingsley Lake.

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1 DKG Nominates New OfficersAlpha Parish Carnival F Robert Crawford and Donna Davis il

April 1 12 In Lake ButlerMiss I
Nu Chapter of Delta Union County, Mrs. Sharon Planned May 25 Marry

Kappa Gamma met Thursday Marishew, Mrs. Janet
April 30 at 7 p.m. in the Walters, Miss Cynthia Oppen At St. Edward'sA Donna Yvonne Davis,
of Mr. and Mrs.
Community Center in Lake and honorary member, Mrs. daughter
Butler. Ancil O. Davis, and Robert
Marjorie Driggers. parish carnival is plannedfor Crawford of
Douglas
The son
inspirational was given The nominating committee
May 25 by St. Edward'sParish
Gerald Crawford and the late
by Mrs. Maureen Paul and presented the following slateof Council with
Mrs Lois Crawford of
Mrs. Muriel Norman, officers: president, Miss parishioners and friends in- r, r
Theressa united in
president, presided at the Della Rosenberg; first vice- vited to volunteer assistance. were
business marriage April 12 at 7 p.m. in
,
meeting. president Mrs. Shirley
Any usable household articles -
A the Church of Christ, Lake
lovely candel-lighted Jasonek second vice-
; will be welcomed to sell Butler with Rev. Samuel
initiation ceremony was president, Mrs. Martha in the country store or flea the Long
directed by Miss Della Riherd; recording secretary, market, said Mrs. Richard I performing Decorating the nuptials.altar -:
were
Rosenberg. New members Mrs.Joann Bath; corresponding Welty who outlined plans for
two baskets of spring flowers
from Bradford County are secretary, Mrs. Myrl the carnival to the Council at ltr r against background of
a
Mrs. Gladys Thomas and Miss Brown and treasurer, Mrs. its April 22 meeting. Any ij
branched candelabra with
t
Myrna Lou Rahn from Baker Muriel Norman. rr
; profit realized is to go into the + burning
\ r tapers. -
county, Mrs. Cathy Albury Refreshments were servedby Parish Building Fund. Johnny Davis and Linda .._
and Mrs. Allene Bottom; fromI the Union County membership Plans were also announcedfor Bailes, soloists, brother and j_ _

I I ==s= =gsaga ; a trip to Six Gun Territory sister of the bride, presented a
Members attending from for the religion class this of wedding music.
Clay Paving & Bradford County were: Mrs. Saturday, May 4, by Wayne program Gerald Crawford, Jr. attended

Mona Canova, Mrs. Willie Mundorff. Children under 12 1 iv1 a1 as best man, Stanley
Construction Inc. Mae Denton, Mrs. Maxine who accompany the group Crawford was groomsmanand i
Gibson, Mrs. Evelyn Haney, should be properly supervisedby if 4 ushers were Rex Bailes
473-2127 Mrs. Edna Hart, Mrs. Helen parents or authorized and Johnny Davis.
COMMERCIAL CIRCLE Johns, Mrs. Tommie Nolin, persons, Mundorff said. Mrs. Rex Bailes attendedher
KEYSTONEDRIVEWAYS Mrs. Muriel Norman, Mrs. The choir will practice each sister as matron of honor ._ 1

Maureen Paul, Mrs. Lucile Wednesday evening at 7 p.m., 4 and Mrs. Johnny Davis was .. ...
Payne, Miss Della Rosenberg, Mrs. Richard Goss announced bridesmaid. Mrs. Bailes worea : (
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Mrs. Marilyn Vellenga and .
lavender dotted Swiss
PARKING Mrs. Sue Winkler. Information on the First Gail Christoffers, Michael Murrhee formal gown with matchingnet ,

AREAS ----_ Holy Communion hat and Mrs. Davis wore a -:, .0 L -a" L __ .
Marry In April 20 Ceremony r
arrangments scheduled for yellow dotted Swiss formal
FILL DIRT Buddy Grider of Fer- May 12 was given by Mrs. with matching net hat. Mrs. train enhanced with lace. She residing at 338 Lake Street.
nandina Beach is visiting his Michael Karen and Gretchen
Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Blanchette. carried of
Bailes carried of a nosegay yellow
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Newman, Mrs. Myrt Gustafson a bouquet The bride is a 1974 graduateat
in-
LAND CLEARING parents Richard Welty presided at Jennings Murrhee were yellow daisies and Mrs. Davis and white daisies and baby'sbreath. BHS and works time at
Grider and family this week. the regular meeting of the troduced for the first time and Mrs. Donna Carey at carried a bouquet of lavender Stan's part
CLAY & LIME council. ever, in Keystone Heights, by the punch tables. daisies. A reception was held in the The Bootery. is
Miss June Hardy of Dr. B. Lezelle Owens, uncle of The couple returned April 28 groom a 1973
church where spring
-- Tuttle annex
Terry representingthe of BHS and is
ROCK Valdosta State College is from a wedding trip aroundthe graduate em-
Mrs. J. L. Gentry has the bride, after officiating bride's family, Brenda flowers were placed at pointsof ploye at Florida State Prison.
home from to state of Georgia and will
Free Estimates Thursday moved from SR-16 to 1003 East during the wedding ceremonyin Jackson, representing the interest.
Sunday. Call Street. the Community Church. reside in Keystone Heights. groom's family and Donna Standing in the receivingline -------
The bride graduated fromSt.
were the bride and groom,
The bride Linda Gail Chris- Johns Country Day Schoolin Crawford, representing served the the their parents and attendants. Mrs. H. R. Layfield of Lake
and Michael Orange Park in 1971, new family, as Harbor and Mrs. Betty
toffers, groom, three candle girls. They were Theresa Lambus kept thebride's
of graduated from Montreat- Herring of Pahokee are
Jennings Murrhee, son Mr. dressed alike with and book.
Anderson Junior College in Terry spending Thursday to Sunday
and Mrs. Jennings Murrhee, Brenda in pink and Donna in The bride's table was
Jr. were united in the holy Montreat, N. C., in 1973, and is blue. centered with a three tiered with Mrs. W. F. Herlong.
bonds of matrimony April 20 now employed as a secretaryat Jo and wedding cake
before altar the Clay County Board of Cammy Long Kelly flanked Mrs.Pearl Wade of Cordele,
at 7 p.m., an Jackson served flower wedding rings and by
as girls
flanked by two heart-shaped Public Instruction in Green in white holders. Ga. is visiting her soninlawand
pink
tapers
Now and Rex Lee Bailes, Jr. was
OpenFeaturing candelabras with burning Cove Springs.The ring bearer. Presiding at the table were daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
tapers and two large baskets groom graduated from Given in marriage by her Mrs. Gerald Crawford, Jr. Herb Herres for several
of the Heights High weeks.
containing arrangements Keystone father the bride wore a white and Patricia Edenfield.
white gladiolas, orange car- School in 1969, attended Santa floor length with chiffon Presiding at the punch table
gown
Fe Junior College in Gaines- Mrs. Edith Christiansen has
nations, baby's breath and sleeves trimmed with lace and were Mrs Park Cheshire and
ville and Gordon Military returned after three
champagne daisies. stand-up collar and Linda Hise.Following. months
Academy in Barnesville, Ga. empire a wedding trip to visit with relatives in New i
waist. With this she wore a
During the ceremony, Mrs. He is now self-employed as a St. Augustine the couple is Orleans.
pearl necklace and
Elizabeth Nail provided the cattle rancher.
traditional wedding music and ..-..---..---..--- ----.__.._----chapel --,--------
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accompanied Tom A. Prevost,
Jr. who gave several vocal
Carpet Vinyl floor covering selections. ,

Draperies Decorator hardware Linda Gail, daughter of
Mrs. Wayne K. Hazen and the
Ceramic tile Wallpapers & matching fabrics late Dr. Donald M. Christof-

Paint Decorator furniture & accessoriesGifts fers,was given in marriage by

Brass Tin and Copper her step-father, Mr. Wayne K.
Hazen.
Father of the bridegroom, jt a
O. Jennings Murrhee, Jr. DRESS & PANT SUIT

acted as best man. Ushers

Complete professional decorating guidanceand were Donald W. Christoffers, tr t
brother of the bride, Jerry
installation available
Morrow, Sherwood Gustafson, SALE
David Burkhalter, W. L.
Bunce, Jr., Woody Mason and
Jeff Batts. 1,
The bride wore a gown of 1
white organza featured by a
scooped ruffled lace neckline '','.' ,

and full sheer sleeves which PRINTS
ended in lace cuffs around her
wrists. Her Chapel length
train fell from an empire 0 SOLIDS
waistline into rows of chan- it J 9

tilly lace ruffled ending with a ia 0 STRIPES 11
lace ruffle around the entire ;

hemline of the gown.A '1 } '> h 0 0
floor length Mantilla, '{! x1I
r r edged in corresponding lace r
1
and appliques fell from a f '.
Juliet accented lace ,/ '
cap by : IN SHORT SLEEVES
and seed pearls. ,, r ar
She carried a cascade of r AND SLEEVELESS

three different. kinds of
daisies, accented by orange STYLES
tropicana roses and dainty
baby's breath. { .. IF nr ,
Miss Jean Marie Lovendus- _

ki attended the bride as maidof r-
honor. She and the other
attendants wore identical A

sleeveless print gowns of gold ,
.". and green viole. The empire
I. waistlines were accented by
green ribbon and scooped
ruffled necklines. Their head-
Carl L. Johns Robert L. Kitchens Ann Brown pieces were of gold veiling
with matching flowerlets and f
I they carried nosegays of

daisies, tropicana roses and
384 North Temple Starke,Florida 32091 baby's breath. l

((904))964.5242 Other attendants were Miss h ,. <
Cherie Christoffers, Mrs. ,, ,#t' MISSY SIZES.
Terri Norris both sisters of
v. VI ..,. ____._.........____ I the bride, Mrs. Delores 820JUNIOR

Johnson, sister of the bride- F2'' $
groom, Miss Robin Robinson, ALL DRESSES AND # SIZES

Opening :Jue Jag I flay. 14-tk Miss Miss Mary Christine Anne Newman Watkins,, PANTSUITSREDUCED 5-15'

cousin of the bride, and Mrs. FANTASTIC it "
A ,
Lora Bunce. ,
Miss Christy Bunce was the
flower girl and Master Joseph
Specializing In Johnson, newphew of the 20 %

AIRSTYLING bearer.bridegroom, served as ring OFF r

A reception was held imme- '
diately following the

ceremony in the Keystone MOTHER'S DAY i
Woman's Club with the brides FOR
chosen color scheme carried
'. Also Mens throughout with yellow,

orange and green flower
HAIRSTYLING arrangements accenting the .
various serving tables. PLUS
SPECIAL COLLECTION
Six heart-shaped cakes A
formed the base of the three
OF HALF SIZE DRESSES
? and a half foot, four tiered
HOURS wedding cake, which was AND PANT SUITS k; '
decorated with garlands of w ,

,0 9:00: 5:00: yellow and white daisies. Sizes 14'/j -24 '/ H :,
Serving the cake was Mrs.

\ TUES. SAT. Hazel Koblegard. Others
assisting were Mrs. Glenda
WED. EVE. TILL Burkhalter at the brides book 20 /0 OFF


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Sandra Alvarez loraine Alvarez Published every Thursdayat Sale runs Thursday May 2nd thru Saturday May 1 11th 1 ,only at :. k
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138 W.Call Street
e Linda Padgett a Sue lot! Starke,Florida 32091


Second Class postage paidat .


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f f I I r 1 li r r
i Mrs. James Isom of
JJ Spartanburg, S. C., cousin of
""'- 'fiif/: ) Mrs. Clyde B. Terwillegar,
killed Sunday af
Mr and Mrs. Ken Quinion Mr and Mrs. James C. Jr.ternoon was while driving on Highway
attended Parent's Day and Parker and family have with her husband and
visited their son, Kenny, at moved from 383 W. 85
struck by an airplane
Layman Ward Military Washington Street to 504 E. was out of and
which ran gas was
Academy at Camp Hill Ala. Adkins Street.Attending attempting to land on the
over the weekend. They saw
Mr. Isom, who
the play New Fire in which the annual highway. was
received minor injuries
driving,
their son played a leading McRae family reunion at and Mrs. Isom died four
role. Dade Memorial Park Sunday hours after the accident.
were Mr. and Mrs. R. M. which hit her side of the car.
and Mrs. Vernon Rossof
Mr
Mr. and Mrs. JamesE.
McRae,
Panama City spent the McRae, Mr. and Mrs. '
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Julian McRae, Mr. and Mrs. Williams Mr. and and sons Mrs.of Ormond LaRue
;1r'1 4jr '
.
Howard Meyer.Mr. and //h'1
Russell McRae Mr. Mrs. ) Beach will spend Thursday to
Donald McRae, Mrs. Lillie
and Mrs. I. H. Hazen of Arthur Sunday with her parents, Mr.
Bridges, Mr. and Mrs.
Jacksonville were Sunday and Mrs, R. A. Colson.
McRae, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin a ,
visitors of Mrs. A. E.
Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Milton St. Peter of
McKinney.
Brown and their families.
Gainesville visited his cousin
.
or ..- Mrs. Harry Mooty, Sunday.Dr. .
/ ; .
Remember Mother % and Mrs. T. W. Stieglerof
Hillsborough Beach were

Newly Installed Woman's Club officers are ((1-rt: Dr. Janet Turner, second vice-president; Mrs. Anne Greene, weekend guests of Mrs. T. T.
May 12 Florence Jennings treasurer: !Mrs. Anne Hamilton first vice-president; Mrs. Pauline Tanner, president and the Long.
recording secretary; Mrs. Barbara Barksdale fourth \ite- installing officer.Mrs. L.II.l\Jathls.Jr.of Lake City. District
president; Mrs. Pat Spengler, third vice-president; Mrs. 4 director of the Florida Federation of Women's Clubs. (See Page 12))


With Woman's Club Officers Installed Saturday At May BreakfastThe


FLOWERSFROM newly decorated Dukes president of the Junior Seymour, Mrs. Palmer Mrs.Lester Crews. Mrs.L. G E. L. Matthews, Mrs. A. R.
clubhouse of the Woman's Club Mrs. Charles Goodowns Williams Mrs. Gilbert Powell led the salute to the McRae, Mrs. W. B. Mundy,
Club of Starke was enhancedwith in-coming Junior president Goldwire and Mrs. William Mrs. Bill Powell, Mrs. A. M.
a profusion of vari- Miss Melissa Rutledge Glover. flag.Following a delicious luncheon Rutledge, Mrs. J. H. Valinskiand
colored day lilies on Saturdayfor president of Little Women and Seated at the speaker's which was served by Mrs. Milton Wheeler.
the club's annual May their in-coming president table with Mrs. Hamilton and members of the Little .
-- i JULIA'S Breakfast for members and Miss Dianne Gaskins. Mrs. Mathis were past Women's Club Mrs. Hamilton ----- ----
guests.Greeting. Guests were also introducedto presidents of the club. There greeted the guests and Mrs.J. C. Vining of Palatka
guests at the door the following new mem- was a separate table for recognized the past and Miss Elsie Wood of Ask
JUST CALL was Mrs. V. J. Spengler bers: Mrs. Blaine Thompson, Junior club members. Other presidents, her executive Douglasville Ga. were last
chairman for the affair. The Mrs. Carl Hurst, Mrs. J. D. members were seated at board, department chairmanand Wednesday luncheon guests of
receiving line in the loungewas individual tables and all of the chairman of the standing Mrs. L. D. Vining. Charley r,
'T:9047711SELECT: composed of Mrs. ---:----- tables, as well at the stage committees.An .

Sherrod Hamilton president Mrs. Agnes Heath of Fort held beautiful arrangementsof entertaining dance was Local admittances to E.Johns.
Mrs. I.H.Mathis of Lake City Lauderdale is visiting Mr. and day lilies.There was a gaily performed by Latain Herres, Bradford County Hospital this
new District Four Director Mrs. W. E. Tilley and family decorated Maypole on one the reigning Strawberryqueen week include: Mrs. Pearlie
FROM LOVELY members of the current for several days. side of the stage. who is a member of the Rhoden, Hampton; Mrs. Mary
executive board and the incoming The invocation was given by Little Women. Ann Griffis, !Mrs Doris

CORSAGESCUT president, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Mrs. Mathis installed the Rhoden and Lester Olive "It just dawned on me my
Eugene Tanner. Others Thomas spent the weekend Mrs. John Walker, following: new officers of the Starke; Noeba Blake, landlord's fire insurancewouldn't
receiving were Mrs. J. C. with Mr. and Mrs. James club using the Symbols of Lawtey; Lester Sheets and

FLOWERS ... McNeely in Lakeland. The Recent Bride, Hands: president, Mrs. Kyle Rivera, Keystone cover my personal -
-- --- Thomases Mrs. Martha belongings in the
celebrated their Eugene Tanner; first vice- Heights; and
CENTERPIECES Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Gibsonof 39th wedding anniversary Honored At ShowerThe president, Mrs. John Greene; Beam, Lake Geneva.Mr. apartment I rent. My

Merritt Island will spendthe Saturday night by attending second vice-president, Mrs. clothing, jewelry, camera,
weekend with his parents the Show Boat dinner theatrein First Janet Turner; third vice- and Mrs. James Barron
ladies of the
POTTED PLANTS Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Gibson. Tampa along with the Christian Church a president, Mrs. V. J. spent Thursday to Monday sports equipment, phono-
McNeelys.Mrs. bridal shower April gave 29 at 8p.m. Spengler; fourth vice- with her sister, Mrs. Martha TV set, etc. must be worth
Mrs.J. H. Moseley and Mrs. lathe church fellowship president, Mrs. Robert Johnston and son in Miami. $1500 at least. What kindof
Delivery Service Gilbert Goldwire were in Grace Richardson and hall honoring Mrs. John Barksdale; recording Mrs. Barron's brother. insurance should I haveto
Ocala Monday visiting Mrs. Rubin Brantley of Largo and Wayne Walker. secretary Mrs. S. W. Charles Burton of Augusta, both theft and
Flowers By Wire W. H. Peebles. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Schwabof The bride and her mother- Hamilton; corresponding Ga. returned home with them cover"
Merritt Island and Olin White indefinite visit. damage?
Eddie in-law Mrs. Horace Sanders secretary, Mrs. ; for an
Mr. and Mrs. J. Huston Schwab of Gainesville were treasurer, Miss Florence
Open Sunday May 12 8 a.m. to 2 were presented corsages upon E.
p.m.JULIA'S McClane have moved from guests during the weekend of their arrival. The guests were Jennings. Mrs. Don Page, Mrs. R. W. Charley
Kingsley Lake to 321 N. Mrs. Myrtle Anderson.Mrs. greeted at the door by Mrs. Assisting Mrs. Spenglerwere Reese and daughter Mrs.
Myrtle Avenue. Wayne Douglas.A : Mrs.J. D.Warren, Mrs.J. David Griffith and grandson, JOHNS AGENCY
I FLOWERS Barbara Harvey of yellow green and white F. Bloodworth Mrs. Reese, attended a family ST
Mrs.Vergie Flynn spent the Atlanta Ga. spent the color motif was used and Charlie Braswell, Mrs. T. L. reunion of the late Sgt. R. W. 131 SO. WALNUT
I weekend with her sister Mrs. weekend with her parents spring flowers placed at Casey Mrs.J.H. DuPre Mrs. Reese in Montgomery, Ala. PHONE 964-5O7O
964-7711 Night 964-6828 Bessie Faxon in Gainesvilleand Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ritch. points of interest. The gift last Wednesday.

t attended the Sweet Joining the family on table was centered with a
224 Temple Starke Fla. Adeline play at the Gaines- Saturday were !Mr. and Mrs. miniature bride doll. After
t ville High School auditorium Tommy Johns and family of several the bride
.L_______ __ Saturday afternoon. Macclenny. opened her games gifts assisted by Mother Deserves This Great

Mrs. Gerald Griffis Mrs. M.
A. Williams and Mrs. C. A. On Her
Gift
v."r Parham. Special Daybudgetpleasing
hn The refreshment table was
oar r 114arro. covered with a white cutwork 1
ran Crestview cloth and centered with a
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197 drive crystal punch bowl. At one end
Feb open of the table was a branched
account 1455155$ candelabra. Mrs. Bob Smith

1 197 .. rneSYlll and Mrs. Fred Brown poured cookware..in your ;
a Mar a+ r3A FloriJar punch while Mrs. J. C. Brown
19 4 S,0p0 vscs and Mrs. Bob Hayes served favorite color w
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4 Ma S with miniature yellow
7 1197 65.os rosebuds. '

319 50.0p SOSO.Op About fifty guests enjoyedthe
I S1 evening party with some I
1 coming from Gainesville and
74 50 OsUfl Jacksonville.The ;
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Berne DeluxeWAS calendar Stretch- for floors walls, everything! carrying handle. Non marking feet
\ proof. Stainless steel bock. t
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BUY
with contrasting THESE c2 C' size sauce pans and 10% fry pan ... Factory fresh, for\ .r color trim.
vinyl strops. PRODUCTS with heat___resistant handles. "'- --J transistor radios, etc. \ n .., S-M-L-XL
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SAVE S7X '" TBIRDCASUALS WOMEN'STERRY })) (( -104:1": ; 19 HIGH VAPORETTEFLEA
WOMEN'S RAFFIA AND SLIPPERS'1'' 15 oz. plus 5 oz. free PATIO TABLE .t1
... COLLAR
CORK CLOGS .-- \ SAVE zo% l ...

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Vinyl & cork or raffia upWashoble cloth w/trim. Cushioned. Machine Folds forj om-
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Procter Silex) Procter Silex Q.E. C12620 3 Eagle

Dry Iron 4 Slice Toaster Hair Dryers Kodacolor Quaker StateOutboard Oil Piecet Clock. r29NeReg.1" RadioReg. I

Reg. '6" Reg. 15"" Reg. '17" 1 qt. Reg. 83 Reg. '1" ,

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M CONTAINS FIVE BLADES 1 ,o Available in Avocado or Gold.Model Thermostatically controlled,nonstick, coating,
107, Regular 8.99 swivel cord.Crazy Curl Model Regular 17.99.



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LOW Reg.19.99
PEAK PRICE c I LADIES ELECTRICSHAVERS


z TOOTHPASTE =- MUNSEY
: CONTINUOUS CLEAN
BROILER I. fl'LADY NORELCO 30LT .
The Lady,Norelco Tripleheader with 1788
% OZ."BON BON BONANZA" == Slant style, a. 3-floating heads,sharpening
bakes too o blades. Reg.21.99
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ULTRALUCENT in colors, _
MAX FACTOR ASSORTED SHADES C 249 No.BB3C rack adiusts. .> LADY NORELCO 35LS
Regular 28.99 Home beauty salon with 11 beauty 1999
NAIL I C 0 L 0 R. . _. action attachments shaving and heads a shaver Regular with 24.99 dial _
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:::= Shaving wand with brush head,
11 OZ.REG.,MENTHOL,LIME,BAY RUM -: FRY PAN easy to handle' with a slanted, 1488
: .::: ).. head.Regular 16.99
COLGATE LIMIT C ==- 8 ----u--
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148 size high dome lid
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INSTANT SHAVE ==:=: fry Gold!guide or Avocado Model S20,Simm-R-Matic,Reg.19.99 HAMILTON BEACH
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19 _-: HAMILTON' BEACH 5 temperature controls,' 9
140Z. (LIMIT ONE) N Model 485,Regular 19.99
I STEAM 14'
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CHOICE
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I : LIGHT POWDER . . . . . . ==:::: 77 FabriGuideJModel 854, NORTHERN, CAREFREE
1 Reg.10.99 :f'.ta '; HAIR DRYER

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BEN RICKERT 100 C = 7-o=.motor atop head
ay VALUEUMItON =::: r-- ---a- --------, ;jJ bonnet lets you roam.
ENGLISH BATH CUBE. Model 1575,Reg. 1399
sw' HAPPY TIME

TAMPAX( BOX OF 40-LIMIT ONE 09 ;-- I I
.. TAMPONS . .REG. .OR. .SUPER. . . 1 __: I TRAY I {.1\
=- I 1. For, snacks I d'. .' V.I.P.I PROFESSIONAL
picnics.
:; I parties 99 I I ,
a I Wipes cleanwlth
.... =- ( damp clothI STYLER/DRYER
I Reg.S3 99i
2 speeds,4 heat
KYROCKETI NG I i L---------J j I controls,watts 1030,
:: Reg. 1795

"WITH PBICS ICE TO --_ LLOYDS, AM/FM DIGITAL 22.95POLLENEX

ALL OV. BB CBIPTI0N '" =_ CLOCK -- VIBRATING
P E RADIO
KNOW ARE tiP FOOTBATHDB"'G
PRICES Ac\1\\ :,Bin === I \ Combines
Fulldigi.talclock,60minute ;
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111. 2995 water massage
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'BO'u0.' \ t : selection slide rule dial. No.FIIOR. 1688
O NJ'Y.'III; __::: Model IJ61,Regular 34.95 R.19.95
= As seen on TV.


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PONDSDREAMFLOWER = TANNING SECRET FRAGRANCE SHOULDERS TO

tiJdjkLUW' I COCOABUTTER E SPECIAL LOTION BAYERASPIRIN

WILD MEADOW AND -
DUSTING POWDER DESERT FLOWER ll9 SHAMPOO.
= dsl+ 4 OZ.SPRAY REG.139 1 -

REG. 11 oz. BOTTLE
REG. 39
1.29LIMIT 09
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BOXED JEWELRY DEHRU5HElBROSHELBROS
PANTY ELECTRICS 81 WALTHAM

Choose from a wide assortment of
?: STATIONERY ? pendants,hoop or pierced earrings
y, ; ,p, ; HOSE ij and necklaces made just for her r'\JATCH

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Fancy or decorated in many as G ,a;,
myk sorted colon Regular 1.49 REG. t1 +> Assorted styles including electricswith
..', ,," pr $2.50 matching bracelets and bands.

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Color-corrected ten
NORTHERN, ELECTRIC TANK TOPS =- SELF PROPELLED '

LIGHTED I -- -\1\ Crimp: Nylon or 100%polyester =-- 22 I INCH J = r.
"\ in choice of colors in patterns. ;-- ;::

MIRROR E' / 'J' Solids or prints. -_POWER M'ER-' V i -rre
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GI.ves natural light with / 1\\ :_...__ MOTOR EASY SPIN RECOIL :. Drop-Ine.rtrldg.loadlmirror
on a swivel to allow with 110-elzelllm
/ / JAMAICA SHORTS = STARTERmagnified -
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normal or r
I 1\\ : 100% Nylon =: 99 = KDAK
9 Polyester or CAMERAComplete
59 Model Viewing 1688 '' .. I md designs pull on,styles size 8-16 in assorted colors = 0 iI ==_:-:=_-:=..: POCKET O
Regularly : :: _:; kit includes
7.99MAKEUP /' REG. TO = :=:. 110 color film.x-Cube REG. 1 899

I' ) Your 3.99 188 E \\ \ \U1t -- .:: and camera extender with 2299

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REG. 95.97 _
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and magni ,. CUTTING -
gular one
128 \ HEIGHT PHOTOALBUM
tied Reg 1.69TRAVEL JAMAICA = ALL WHEELS STEEL 1r

SHORT SET 11 1 -a -
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{ : I FASHIONED NEWEST II COTTON DRILL I I. -: (
REG K
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= cover
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CLOCK r P-==:
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COLORS AND DESIGNS 10;18 _= MOST == 3
assorted colors.I
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7 : : I CATCHERFITS 6 9 9 I :;::::= 500 No glue no mess,
ASSORTMENT f REG. 8 8 I Regular 2.89.We
3. J FO also have the new
L
9 g Wide in assorted selection travel 4.99JR&M1SS = -- ..:.::..:._ Jj denim covers!
styles and colors. \\' i
Regular 7.99 Each/ .j _. = BLACK & DECKER ::- _I DISPOSABLE
"yf r; 1}
: r 2PIECEIATHING =; GRASS SHEAR V BUTANE LIGHTER I

SUIT RECHARGEABLE PORTABLE CRASS SHEAR : 3000 LIGHTS ONE a
GALAXY F '1' = THAT RUNS UP TO 45 MINUTES ON A SINGLE t II THROW AWAY NL LIGHTER SSc '
OSCILLATING ,.} ;I y INCLUDES MANY = BATTERY CHARGE : ; i REG TO 1 169 'Fl OTtf ,
FAMOUS BRANDS 7 MODEL 8280 E1 '
3 irk IN ASSORTED 59 = 9 = 'r
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MODEL 3150 REG 799 : Y v =-
19"I r 1 FLAVOR HOUSE i
DELUXE QUALITY =_ =_
REG. 24.99 ,4: i -d- LADIES' :_- MIXED NUTS dJLf;

SANDALS OR mss, =

VINYL STRAPLAWN "ii" CANVAS CASUALS 7rt OZ JAR L
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FURNITURE I LARGE SELECTION 8 -= -- -.. OR OIL ADDED wr t J.
TO CHOOSE 18
Two color combination strapping. Lightweight" aluminum' frames FROM, = := REG, 99' k11XED.\\'iI\MM\"
that fold easily for storage._ REG.TO'2M| -_-- .
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REGULAR :;_;_. __ = V. IN. X 50 FT. I I
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\ HEAVY DUTY DURABLE VINYL I
MULTI POSITION '
:- MADEFORFLDRIDACLIMATE I ,
CHAISELOUNGE :
= i
COMBI LOUNGER 66 r'

\ Sturdy cadium plated s e Film Prints
.
88 steel with built I In head pad. --:.: .a i iI
I Get an extra set of prints with every roll of Kodocolor
REG Choice Adjusts of colors.to seven Regular positions.13.88POLAROID ---= or black and white film developed and printed .. I
17.99* =-..:= REG. TODAY AND EVERYDAY I

= 3.99 Kodak Film I
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When you pick up your developed film and prints buy two i
__ 1! I rolls of Kodacolor or black and white film for the regular
'% price of one TODAY AND EVERYDAYSURFRIDER ,I
: __ __ ------d.

= SYLVANIAMAGKUBES --- _

with GRAB ROPE J 108 COLOR [ masttr clurgt.I I / / / / / ,

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REG 699 FILM Three Cubes Twelve Shots. --- ,

Regular, $1.69
5" Lf = Eight" Color' Prints REG.4.69


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Two additional$300 scholarships to Stratford Women's College <( have been awarded to the second and third runners-up in the 11)71 Strawberry Queen Contest,
according to !Mrs Judy Goodowns or the Starke Junior Woman's Club, sponsoring '

organization.Lucky recipients of the scholarships are Miss Debra Jordan, Lawtey. first runner-up, and t
Miss Alice Atwood, Starke, second runner-up. A $300 scholarship had already been awarded family center:
Queen La tain Ilerres.
According to Airs. Goodowns, J. I' Brookins, admissions director of Stratford Women's ,
College In Tampa, stated he was most impressed with the contestants and the pageant as a
whole,and enthusiastically offered to give a scholarship to the queen each year.
After checking with the college's board of directors, Brookins, who was a judge of the 1971
Strawberry Beauty Pageant, interviewed both!Miss Jordan and Miss Atwood and offered eacha J
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probably$300 scholarship will take identical advantage to of that the awarded scholarships Queen this Lata summer.in Ilerres.The girls,still in high school, f iJJJaJl1 Qr


U.S. 301 Starke Fla.

New Road Policies Set..... (From page 1)) -. Open Daily 9 To 9 Sunday 12 To 7 ,

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maintain the roads at his own dedicating the roads as public would be hard put in competing /
with the "big money" ) RIVAL'u
expense until such time as he' property. .
would be able to comply with It was brought out during boys from outside of the :
the commissioners'I the discussion that the smaller county area in future property IIif)
requirements before local property developers development. Such "" CROCK-POm"
developers,it was pointed out I eawwiwrd r
would nave adequate financialsupport ""y
in developing local '; ( Avocado. baked enamel finish. For
The Bradford Co. Telegraph property.The slow cooking! of beans casseroles many

presented commissioners with a check were for The Living 4 foods. See-through glass lid, adjustable temperatures
WILL SELL $9,000 toward the purchase of detachable cord.
an additional ambulance to be
ANY TELEGRAPH NEWS PHOTO used by the Emergency
Medical Services. The check BIBce:
was presented to the Board by $13
APPEARING IN THE PAPER Don Richards of the Divisionof Each
Mental Health, followingthe
Limit 1
of
approval an application
Cost Initiated by Civil Defense A modern idiomatic and easily read
52.25 Each Director Jerry Thompson. able version of the Bible which up
dates the wording of the King! James 8 Cup
Dr. Robert Gillespie, county version. An excellent and thoughtfulgift J
health officer, was high in his .t .,
praise of Thompson's efforts .... _

FOR MOTHER'S DAY i in approved.A getting. the application ix:

firm price has already
been guaranteed at a total 77Z ;
Give Hera emergency cost of $20,195 ambulance for with the

LIVING PLANT the proviso that Bradford ':\'
County join with in a Nassau participatory ;::;: Automatically brews 4 to 8 cups of flavor ;,
purchase County iNwllP.r_ ful coffee in just minutes! Durable '
/ e"y s
who has three of the vehicleson ,: *
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1OoffALL order at that price.In I ........... erelr fade scratch-resistant or chip. polypropylene. Won't

addition to the federal

INDOOR AND PATIO PLANTS / grant another already application received is exptected Timex
to be approved in the $688
FLOWERING OR EVERGREEN '
,, *7506AYGINndel
amount of $2,000 for radio ,
SHRUBS &TREES equipment to be used in the Watches
of that
BIG CHOICE ambulance. Approval
$2,000 grant is anticipated to
A SURE TO PLEASE GIFT be made in the near future by
the Governor's Highway Crewel
Safety Council. $995 To $3500
District Forester A. C.
McCullers, Jr. introduced to
the commissioners T. A. Kit
who employedfour
Reedy was
months ago as the new %' o 'U 11x14 Picture
HAMILTONBEACH
NOW farm forester. John t! PRESTO //IJSayelIe
Buy Save30On county ecovlu
TOKO A O'Meara had previously held Yarn and Needle Included
On that position.In .
PRESSURE
other action, the commissioners \\ $
GUARDIAN 21" : 3 SPEED HANDMIXER : 269
Approved the request of
Electric
Key
M. F. Wiggins, representingthe COOKERPCC4 --
Self-Propelled Res 229" New River Baptist
Church,to provide the labor in I
Catcher Incl.
d Multiple Position
setting back the fence and
95Model fence posts on a short strip of '\1. <
21711 $199 county road leading to the <\' '...." ", ===.. .
y church, off of SR-235. Wiggins r7 5CHAISE l ) LOUNGE
said that additional right of \ .
On AWe' w>.y of 10 feet on both sides of ,
the road had been secured, Vinyl; strap webbing with chrome plated
WHIRLWIND 21" necessitating the setback of -- \ .- '
metal frame
: and padded head rest.
j .
Take the fence.A .M eMu+ir \
Self-Propelled new fence and posts will ; __.
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Mowers Catcher Incl be provided by the church. .. .... '"
Model # .
Was asked by a .
in Trade 19213 $1QO95Reg delegation of members of the $999 V
I W Will Be
Except On Sale 159' Faith Presbyterian Church to I Cooks all foods 3.to 10 times f faster Features 3-s eed finger- I ,1
Priced Mowers make a ruling on the while retaining vitamins and miner! tip control; 6 foot cord; ,.....,. Happy To
proximity location of sales chrome plated beaters Refund Your Money
als Gives rich, flavorful!, appetizingmeals. ; 0.0;:' i'
outlets for alcoholic and beater ejector. In __ I urea An Not
1974 Our 25th Anniversary Year near church Feature pressure regulator! .. ,
beverages avocado or white \ Satiiliid' With
!
automatic air
property. A Jiffy food store is vent, and convenientmenuguide Your Puichiji'k t\
DA GARDEN being built near the church : ,

CENTER property fearful and that the beer congregationis cans and aluminum. 77 Ll1'it '41100__"' '
4c wine bottles will be thrown out GREAT hand,1e.inscasts
539 East Call St. on the church grounds unless tJI' 7 r
PH. 964-5745 some action is taken. The BaHifAa
-u&a commissioners.took no actionon VALUE! Each 87AW Each
the request.I


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R ft W. farm EajulaMnent Ce.

URGE SEIECTION OF NEW : *
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TRACTORS NOW IN STOCK ( Cologne
I I II 3 Piece set includes: 1/2 Oz. I
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I Latvtey Zoning-----___ ______ .
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the ('rom Page 1) Lawtey (From Page, 1) 14 BMS Students Earn Straight AC'SA

II volunteer fire Vernon F. Sikes, the assistant 53d, including those from C:J
if
the
department city does
not Retained the firm of Miami and the Panhandle, group of 14 students Angela Andrews, Tamara
SIXTH ,
for 'adjutant general who is GRADE David Best, Cheryl Boyette
qualify one otherwise.Discussed ,
the fact that trains Purvis, Gray and Powers of retiring after 45 years of will leave tomorrow (Friday earned straight A's at Tina Chasteen, daughter of Ron 'a Griffis, Roy Hart, Etheridge, Tracy George,
Bradford
fire trucks for Gainesville as city auditor military service. May 10)) for home and most of Middle School of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Chasteen of Teresa Hobbs, Latonya Steve Griffis Elaine Krester,
delay as muchas Asked Clerk Shuford to some 1,200 attending for the Rebecca Sheering, Lori Shinn,
half hour in Gov. Reubin Askew was the rest will take off Saturday. JRaiford. Johnson, Valar'ie Jones,
an addition
to secure a letter from School The 53rd's annual training fourth six-weeks which ended Teresa Mon- Bill Gaskins,;Debbie Harper,
Jahet
difficult to unable to attend the parade, Knepper, daughterof Tammy Kelley,
it being get a fire Supt. Jim Jan.4.The Sharon Hobbs, Linda John-
Temple with the session is the first of five two-
due to prior longstanding Mr. and Mrs. Leland tgomery, Paula Nugent,
truck across busy 301.
school board's fourth six weeks honor sons, Vickie Corbett, Patty
to
/agreement commitments. The governorwas week encampments scheduledat Knepper of Starke. Brenda Prevatt, Christie
-Instructed the city clerkto pay half the cost of building a represented by Executive Blanding this summer. roll, those earning grades of B Pam Underhill, daughter of Redding, Karen Reddish, Mullins, Dwayn Baldwin,
once again write the sidewalk at the Lawtey in will be or higher, numbered 100, Jana Godwin, Teresa Boyce,
Next
Assistant Harvey Gotten. group to come Mr. and Mrs. Richard Underhill Donna Samons, Teresa
railroad that
asking
crossing school. the Alternate Command about eight percent of the of Starke. Lori Stinson, Jerry Marlene Dawson, Neva
,
attending Shirley
Distinguished guests
be repaired in the city limits. student Driver, Shari Green, Leonette
Agreed body.
at Massey'ssuggestion May Straight A
Clarified for the parade included Headquarters on 19. Sullivan, and Joy Williams.
Councilman to have wall Frank Williams D- The second battalion of the students are : Dyal, Cindy Griffith, Carlos'Hernaildez
Scott that Clerk Shuford dividers built for the new Starke Rep. Bradford 263rd Air Defense Artillery EIGHTH GRADE A-B Honor roll students are: Seventh Grade Sylvan Virginia Kenney,
draws extra pay for special clinic room in the city hall, so Judge Elzie; Sanders,County Sheriff South Carolina Nationa Neva Flynn, daughter of Eighth Grade Annette Williams, Donna Johnson, Mike Prescott Clayton
meetings, since the clerk's that patients receiving Mr. and Mrs. George Flynn, Keaton, Paul DeArmond, Sellers, Pam Stalnaker,
Dolph Reddish, and Starke Guard, will spend June 15-29 Todd Hicks, Carol Hayes,
salary was not increased the treatment in the new satellite Mayor Neil Tucker. at Blanding, then the Florida Jr. of Starke. Matthew Box, Mark Box, Nelson Green, Timmy Suzanne Thornton, Cyndy
last time the council's was. clinic can have some privacy. Many of the 22 units of the Guard will hold its annual Yolanda Hernandez, Kathy Taylor, Denise Cissy, Gaskins, Andrea Hayes, Eek, and Carla Wright.
J Officer's Candidate School daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Register, Linda Susan Talcott, Marcia
from July 7-21. .Carlos M. Hernandez of Richardson, Merri Arwood, Goodge, Marlene Campbell, Sixth Grade Retania
The first battalion of the Starke. Coleman, Sarah Faulk, Kevin
296th Infantry of the Puerto Kenny Rodrique, son of Mr Miller, Janice Jockel,
WELLS ELECTRIC Rico National Guard winds up and Mrs. A. P. Rodrique of Vet NewsSchool Honor StudentsFrom Leonard Johnson,Craig Scott,
the summer visitor's tour witha Starke. Teri Bement, Ann Brooks,
Carolyn Roller, daughter of Rhea Borbetl, Sandra Darley,
July 28-August 9 stay.Don' ( Page 1))
Mr.and Mrs. George Roller of enrollment under the Timmy Gissy. Theresa
Lawtey. GI Bill reached 2.1 million in godson of Mrs. Zepora Jennings DeCanio, Lila Yawn, Karen
SERVICEElectrical Sonya Tenly, daughter of fiscal 1973, reports W. B. ; Charles Ray Crawford, Williams, Joy Wainwright,
Smokey Says Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Tenly of Mackall, director of the Stateof son of Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Gwen Keith, Elise Johns,
FOLKS SHOULD OB M Starke. Florida's Division of Crawford, Jr.; Nancy Ann Mary Katherine Griffis, and
Contractors24lot EXTRA CAREFUL WHEN e? Phylis Contreas, daughterof Veterans Affairs in St. Fullwood, daughter of Mr. Joe Riggs.
ITSHOr J Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Brewtonof i Petersburg.The and Mrs. L. L. Fullwood;
Starke. figure is a 14 percent Linda Darnell Allen, daughterof
\ q tee increase over 1972.The total is Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bennett; LLLLct:; ff E
SEVENTH GRADE a 22 year high for the numberof Charles Robert Green, son of
\es Linda Johns, daughter of veterans in training. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Green;
S\\o Mrs. Virginia Johns of Starke. Some 1.2 million veterans Robyn Tinsler, daughter of LULLPRESENTS t .. ([[!Y.:CJ
e -' Sharri! Dobbs, daughter of were enrolled in college, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Walker;
c.e"C -..... -4- lhl / Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dobbs of 756,000 and 189,000 in apprentice William David George, son of
Starke. or other on-the-job Mr.and!Mrs.William George:
Sheila Holmes, daughter of training. David William DeVore, son of
(Tfti(:( ( [ (
RESIDENTIALCOMMERCIALINDUSTRIALDIAL Mrs. Carolyn Holmes of The VA has now paid 8.1 Mr.and Mrs. John R. DeVore:
Starke. billion dollars to 4.1 million Joy Louise Andrews, daughterof <
964-6061 Susan Massey, daughter of post Korean Conflict veterans, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. An- V&CU11: &;
Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Massey of including: Vietnam era drews, Vicky Elaine Lazenby.
SERVING STARKE AND SURROUNDING AREAS SINCE 1949 Lawtey. veterans. Over 14.3 million daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe FOR THE FIRST TIME
Irene Wainwright daughterof veterans have received 27.1 D. Lazenby; Jennifer Ann COUNTRY MUSIC'S BEST
744 N. THOMPSON ST. STARKE 32091 lei your fire get away I Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wain- billion for education or Haas, daughter of Mr. and

P.O. BOX 607 wright of Starke. training under the various GI Mrs. W. S. Haas, and 6 Nights a Week
bills since World War II. Jeremiah Johnson, son of Mr Featuring Guilt Artist:
About 34 percent of Korean and Mrs. Cephus Johnson.
conflict veterans use their GI Two hundred and thirty Linda Amersoa
Come bill benefits, compared to 42 BHS seniors will graduate
( seeRGrs percent of Vietnam era June 10, in ceremonies Fri.and Night
veterans, Mackall states. beginning at 8 p.m. at the Only, S 1.00 Cover UsorlrFrom
Reason for this is the lag Bradford football stadium 9 PM.2 AM-
between the end of the Korean Baccalaureate services are
conflict and passage of the scheduled June 9, at 8 p.m.
lowest-priced current GI Bill. also at the football stadium. at Bobby'sHideaway
Eligibility for post Korean
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veterans
attending t institutions -
of higher education per cent surcharge on
Thisis
income taxes.
I expires next May 31, while our
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must be spent to pay for any Storage. Enjoy one or oil these pleasures, complete with diving
t type of medical or dental care, board, slide, lights' & roof. (Dock erection is available by our
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Union BaseballersTake "We've had good im "The secondary Is coming starter but the players
provement this week and we along real well," commented working at the position now
w 'II have had an overall good }lurse. James Aldridge Mike are P J. Jenkins Randy
week," stated Head Bradford Gaskins and David McMillanare Williams and Emmett Bright
Football Coach David Hurse the veterans in the "Jimmy Prevatt is showing
District III of last week's practice which defensive secondary. "They good improvement at the
+ included a Friday night are hustlers and are showing quarterback spot and is im
scrimmage game good improvements." proving on his running and
t irE/ "We had a good scrimmage Johnny Nichols and Jerome passing," according to Coach
Friday night and I am real Reddish are working at the Hurse[
Class 3A TronHv' pleased with the progress," vacant corner spots and are Beaver DeSue is taking up
commented Hurse. trying to get experience along the slack at t the half back spot
Two weeks ago the coachingstaff with Johnny Covington. while Tommy Reddish is out
JL -./ M was very displeased with Dale Haas and Donnie for awhile with a slight concussion
Union High Baseballerstook The crushing defeat came before. / the progress that the team Sewell are working at the tight .
the Class 3A District 3 on the heels of an inspiring Cain pitched iNjth !games in was making but now feels the ends and are backed up by Malt Hull is continuing to
championship edging 1-0 by PKY 4-2 victory over favored the District playoffs for Lake 1y team is about caught up with freshman Jay Godwin. show good improvement at
defending champion Daytona Pierson-Taylor High Thursday Butler Joe gtannen\ and the schedule. Looking good at the of full back especially on his
Lopez in the semi-finals[ then Terry Hamilton both had good May 25 the Tornadoes will fensive tackle spots are blocking, according to Hurse.
beating P. K. Yonge 11-0 in the "It was a total team effort," nights with th@ bat each travel by Macclenny to Tommy Edwards, Gary Jimmy Clark also is doing
final game Friday night in said Stroemer. "Everybodygot picking up two pits. Stroemer compete with four other Wallace and Gary Rowe. At good at the full back spot
Pier son. In on the hitting act" also praised the\ defensive r schools in a jamboree. In the offensive guard is David Bruce Barnes is the
PKY pitcher Mark Hill ate + first quarter BHS takes Alan
play of TimVhit head at on Harper Norton and Rex
PKY the Y'y"
Union destroyed quickest BUS has
dust in the first three innings third base. '' + t Live Oak then Macclenny will Siemer runner now.
week before 10-1 in the Sub- when the Tigers went for five This marks the"\ first time play West Nassau in the Marlon Thornton and Danny "Ife uses his speed to a great
District play-offs. "It was just runs in the first inning, one in second quarter. LO will then Anderson advantage and should im
the Tiger team has advanced are battling it out
one of those nights, stated the second and six in the third past district Union now ., tie in with Lake Butler in the for the center spot after prove "each week as we go
Head Coach
Tiger Terry along commented
before Billy Carr came on in third quarter then West Donnie Neel Hurse
with knee
Storemer after the shortenedfive stands a \7-i4\ overall got a injury "He has also
relief Carr was the PKY record with the regional and Nassau in the fourth. Lake Friday night in the scrimmage improved" on
inning game. winning pitcher the night possibly state tourneys still Butler will meet with Mac blocking since last year.
ahead. clenny in the fifth period The split end spot is still "We had a good scrimmage
---- .------ 4 ed "U our players keep hitting wide for (time
The
Tigers s(% one run open a probable Page/( I 11 U
II i THANK YOU. MERCHANTS I against Lopez in the bottom of QB Jimmy Prevatt tries to get around the end but Is caught people and being aggressive
the first inning. \Hamilton{ led during Friday night's scrimmage. we will be all nght'T stated .
The Starke Recreation Grocery Blalock's Meat off the inning wia\ single to Wnrco.. T'r.IH'
Department and the Market, Andrews Drug Store left field then hi stole second I I ,
Recreation Auxiliary would and Merita Bread Company.The and Joe Brann1sil'lgled\ him
like to thank the following Auxiliary and In Men' .
merchants for helping to Recreation Department would in.Cain scattered four hits and Lawtey Moving Up
make the opening day of the also like to express appreciation struck out five letters without
summer baseball season, to the following giving out a single walk stayed ahead throughout the FIRST TWO
merchants for donations to theAuxiliary's during the gam/. Lawtey, with a 2-5 record, is men's Softball battle. .
Saturday May 4, a big suc Fair Booth: "He had real) goo cess: City Fish and Meat Starke Builder's Supply T. G. today," stated t Coach they downed Cunningham 10-4 hits as they dominated the 3 Smith-Brown Electric
Market Winn-Dixie and Y., Van H Priest Company Stroemer "}le put the ball Wednesday night during the hitting with 19. Lawtey took a in over the second
Suwannee Store Pinehurst and Western Auto right where he Ranted it." first game of the night in the second inning 6-2 lead and Smith-Brown seven game hits giving 1.14% Anniul'Prturn 1 tNIlftStnN1Y' SS 000
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t._ Friday night and I am pleasedwith
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Bradford % ,, the commented
High progress,
clads will travel back thin- Larry Sherman Sheldon leg of the mile relay in 50.8. anywhere from 11th to 15th 1_. ; Hurse. "We made a

Winter Park to compete in to Hodge, George Bennett and Head Coach Grover Howard place In the meet. lot of fundamental mistakesbut
state competition after Joe Gordon will be says that Hodge will run the "I thought we did a good job we hit well and got after
qualifying last Saturday in representing BHS at the state anchor leg Saturday in the and I am real pleased with the people." BHS will scrimmage

Regional contest in the meet mile relay. times that were turned in," r again this Friday night at 7
same
place. Larry Sherman placed The relay team placed third states Coach Howard.
second at regional in the 330 in the regional meet with the "Sherman has an excellent p.m."After scrimmaging the

yard Intermediate Hurdles in best time of the year, 3:29: .7 change to win a state title if he other night I am real pleasedwith

r __ 1 402 seconds, while running a minutes. The other two doesn't miss his steps on any t the performance of Early
leg on the qualifying mile members of the team are of the hurdles." : 1A1 $1 Chandler at linebacker,"

301 relay team. George Bennett and Joe Coach Howard was surprised stated Defensive Line Coach

Sheldon Hodge, also running Gordon. at the qualification of Mike Sexton. "He has been
a leg of the mile relay, Bradford as a whole scored Hodge in the quarter mile but II looking good all spring."
qualified in third place in the 14 1-2 points out of 24 teams he feels that he ran an outstanding -z Scott Pooser continues to bea
DRIVEINFri. 440 yard run with a time of and Coach Howard feels that race and he deservesto ( A real up and coming playeron

51.7. He ran his ouarter mile BHS should have placed get it. "He has been getting the defensive line, according -

better every time and he has to Sexton.

., Sat., been outstanding." Clark has shown a lot of
GF Beats Elks 1110Guarantv "1 have been real pleased promise as a defensive tackle
with the mile relay team andit Mark Hildreth is not coming

_FI'iI"r,1... 1'iI<7 11- ..,.., ....,.. _I-' .._ ______ is getting faster each meet," along as fast as Coach Sexton
"
unn "* *--- I UK U A wiicii tiicjr i airvcu up seven
10 by Elks: Lodgethe commented Howard. "The would like, but he feels that by
opening game of the Little runs on four walks, a hit person that I feel should be the end of spring; he will be a
batter and a triple by Kevin credited with the mile
League Baseball Season that relay
started last Tillman to boost them to a 7-0 team and Hodge is Coach good defensive fackle.

The season Tuesday was night. to lead. Keith Steele, who! trains the FB Matt Hull gets the ball and heads up the middle during last Friday night's varsity grid Dale Haas and Donnie
supposed Then in the fourth inning GF sprinters and iclay teams." scrimmage. Sewell have been doing a good
open Monday night when
;
job at the defensive ends.
started closing the gap by
I Southern Discount was to vie! scoring three runs on a walk Sheldon Hodge will be in

I r rI rl with Coke but the game was by Mike Aldridge, and two competition for the position as
I I, rained out.There errors. GF scored one more Norman's Farm Holds 5-0 Winning Streakthe soon as he is out of track.

are five teams In the run in the fifth inning when Edwards is alternating

I league: Guaranty Federal,, Kevin Randolph singled and Norman's Farm is still in inning before, hit a grand bedge. Koch followed with one in betwen offense and defense
Elks Lodge, Southerr I Mike Jackson knocked him in. front of the Women's Softball slam home run; this one put Brenda Thomas then the fifth and the winning two and Coach Sexton feels that he
l Discount, Coke and the! The Elks scored in in the sixth. Blalock's scoredone will make a good tackle
one run League riding on a 5-0 winning Colonial in front 70. Colonial sacrificed to right field to
IH Athletic House. Each team I the fourth inning and two in streak as Colonial Florist fell remained scoreless the rest of score Brown for the extra run run in each of the final two although he needs to build

has a schedule of 16 games,, the fifth to end its scoring at to second place after losing to the game. that closed the to 7-5, innings. quickness.
gap
playing a single game or I 10. Then in the sixth inning GF Norman's 8-7 last Friday Norman's started coming Colonial. Norman's women racked up "Jay Godwin and Keith

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday r exploded and got seven runs to night. alive in the fifth inning leadingoff Then in the sixth inning six home runs in the first Carter have been working real
hard at the defensive ends
and Friday nights. win the game. The runs were Both teams remained score with a triple by Vorease Barbara Brown singled and game Tuesday night against
The Elks took an early lead I scored and Blalock's to take along with Daron Scott and I
mostly on errors less until the fourth Patrick then a
[m inning a single by Thomas followed with a home feel
like all three will make
....j... Tuesday in the second inning walks. when Colonial jumped in front Sandra Norman to score run to tie the game 77. In the devastating 24-1 victory. good football stated
Debra Bleasdale and Ruth players,
TECHNICOLOR PANAVISION 2-0 home Patrick.
Pam
on a run by final inning Bleasdale got on Sexton.
A UNIVERSALMALPASOCOMPANY Recreation Rayburn that also knocked Then Debra Bieasdale Hazen each knocked in a home
Lawtey Building base on an error and base hits David Harper has been
PRODUCTION Sissy Long in. Norman's singled to put runners on first by Woods and Whitehead run in the first inning along the
at weak side
failed to before the fifth and second. Two base with two other runs by Kathy running
score straight scored the winning run.
linebacker
'One Sided: Scott"I Whitehead and Claudia on defense
PLUS Going Up inning. hits by Pam Woods and Kathy
although he plays lot
Then in the top of the fifth Whitehead scored the two In the first game last Friday Bennett. Normans scored a at
don't want this thing to Pearson also announced inning Sheryl Jackson runners on base to close the night, Koch's edged 8-7 by three more runs in the third offensive guard. "He is real

come up sideways like it is plans to seek state funds doubled, then scored on a gap to 7-3 still in the bottom of Blalocks. Koch's scored five inning and four in the fourth, capable" and will give us

"Joe Kidd" doing now," Commissioner through the 1976 Bi-Centennial single by Violet Kendall. Pam the fifth inning. runs in the first inning toBlalock's along with a grand slam home depth.
Robert Scott told the Lawtey Commission to further improve Macy and Sissy Long then Linda Cubbedge was walkedto two to take a lead. run by Claudia Bennett. Two "We are still lacking in

City Council Monday night, the recreation building. singled and the bases were first base then after an out, Then in the fourth inning more runs were scored before overall team quickness
Sun, Man., referring to construction of Pearson is a director of the loaded. Barbara Brown hit a fly ball to Blaclock's tied the game 5-5 the inning ended. Colonial defensively but we have a lot
the new community Bradford County BiCentennial !. Pay Rayburn then, just like center field to score Cub- with three straight runs. scored its only run in the of new people and there is a lot
recreation building going up Committee fourth inning.In of learning and teaching goingon
SUPERCHAH in East Lawtey. recently organized. the fifth inning Pam now," commented Sexton

Scott pointed out that so far Woods Debra Jordan and
only black labor has workedon Claudia Bennett each hit
KUNG FU KINGa the building. He said if the 13A 7 Summons Up March 27Moses home runs along with four North Florida

building is to be a communityeffort other runs to take a lop.sided
man of peace as the council has In- 22-1 lead. Normans got: two Kidney Group
dicated, that he thinks some total of 137 summonseswere DWI charge, to be sentencedat Jackson. as follows: more runs in the sixth inningto
until. white members of the com up for disposition in a later date. Bonds forfeited on other Lether Marks, $26 (sentence ice the cake.
munity should volunteer to County Judge's Court on John E. demons, $151 for charges were: Ronald Haines suspended), for running a red In the second game of the Will Organise

FORCEDTO work on it. Wednesday, March 27, in. racing on highway; Buddy Frederick, Sr., for no valid light; Bobby Williams, $26 for night Colonial took a 7-2 An organizational meetingof

"The only volunteer help so eluding 99 traffic offenders Lewis, $26 tor violation of inspection certificate and Carl unlawful speed; John Hosea victory over Koch's Drugs, the Kidney Foundation! of
scheduled to on driver license restrictions; llunsmger, for careless Turner, $51 for speed too fast
far I is black," Scott said. appear staying in second place in the !orth-Central; Florida will beheld
unlawful speed charges. Juan Perez, Jr., case driving. for conditions; Marion Marlin
"If all expect to it league. Tuesday May 7, at r \11>
you: enjoy Sanders dismissed for valid driver's Fred William Powell Griffis $26 for unlawful
Elzie case
FIGHT after it is finished if it is to bea County Judge no Colonial scored six of the p.m. at the Hilton Inn. 29KO\ ) sW
community wide project, meted out the following fines license. dismissed for driver's licensenot speed; Roy Earl Green, seven runs in the fifth inning, 13th St., in GainesvilleThe
should volunteer to help it and sentences on the traffic The following traffic carried and exhibited on released with a warning for including a home run by meeting is open to ull
you violations on the days violators forfeited bonds on demand. improper tag, and Edward W. Sheryl 1 Jackson. The other run residents of Bradford and i:"

go Scott up. made a valid point, calendar: unlawful speed charges: Sentences were withheld on Luddy $46 for unlawful speed. was scored in the sixth inningby other counties in this area who
Martel for Robert Lewis Blount Ed- four traffic violators pending Charges for careless drivingwere
'c14 3 agreed Chairman Gene Douglas R. $36 Violet Kendall who tripled, are interested in organizing to
unlawful Orris Kent ward Cochran James their completion of a 30 hour dismissed against Otha
Pearson, who said that all speed; Eugene then was knocked in by Pam help fight kidney disease and
:- .,: volunteer help would be Boorher, $36 for failure to Graham, Vincent Patrick course in defensive driving to Downa Miller and Hembrick Woods. assist those who are stnckeijl
appreciated report an accident; Walter L. Bostwick, Jr., Herbert Lee be offered by the Community Morris. Koch's scored two runs in with this expensive maladyAn
i Herman Johnson Daniels, $36 for unlawful Stapp, Jean Boivin, RichardN. Education Program sponsored Two defendants in non-jury the first inning. Nancy Orm- election of officers will

: V. recreation board member, speed; Jasper M. Carter, $100 Chappell, Doy Ray Hen. by the Bradford Voc- trials were found not guilty by sbee got on base by an error be held at this time. and .1 i
said funds available for failure to have vehicle clrix, Robert N. Curtwright. Tech School. The four are the court. They were: T. J. by the short stop then she on kidney disease
are now program
to finish the block under control. Frederico Guerra, Jr., Linda Sharon Hull and Paul McCutchen for running a red scored on a fly ball by Carolyn will be presented by {Di
... erecting Charles Jenkins $36 Sue Rakes Alfred C. Dale Brown for unlawful light and Charles Atlas
:: > walls of the new building. The Lacy Carolyn Redding. Jan Searle then got Gordon Finlayson. Hostesses
has contributed for careless driving; Robert Plate, Jr.. William F""* speed; Martha Jean Brownfor Crawford charged with on base on a fly ball then will be members of the
city some Junior Wade, $36 for makingan Caydos, Wallace! Sanford failure to yield right of way speeding too fast for con scored on a single by Jennifer Gainesville Junior Woman
$4,000 to the project over the Niles,
improper turn; Raiford Northcutt,. Ralph.H.. and Donald Lee Nettles for ditions. Jockel. Club.
few Pearson said
and past the black years, has, Tetstone, $36 for unlawful Melverine Morris, David Lee racing on highway Howard Robert Waldronwas Norman's rolled 14-4 over Further information may be
raised funds community its speed; Clinton Hubert Young, Ham, Dave William Sanders. In the non-jury trial sentenced to five days in Koch's last Tuesday night obtained from Mrs. W K
some such through $46 for unlawful speed. John D. Joseph, Johnny Lee calendar for the day the case jail for disorderly in- racking up 5 points in each of Davenport, president pro tern
own projects, as a
fish Daniel Thomas Roznowski, Barrett, Robert Myron of Lem Berton Hughes on toxication.Of the first and fourth inningsand Mrs Norris Roszel secretarv
planned upcoming fry. $51 for leaving the scene of an Dutton, James D. Deal, unlawful speed charges was those failing to appear in four in the sixth. tern, or Coleman Brown
The council also agreed at pro
the of Johnson and, accident; Melvin Calipea Thomas Hardy Kersey, John dismissed by the court. answer to their traffic sum Colonial traveled 20-0 over Further information may be
request Martin, $36 for unlawful Culler Jennings, Bettye Jean Six defendants were found monses arrest orders were Blalock's the same night obtained by calling Mrs C C

Jesse Moore clause, to included investigate in speed; George E. Davis, $26 Thompson, Milford R. guilty by the court in non.jury issued by Judge Sanders and taking points in each inning, :Mathis, chairman, at :176-Otw! ,
having a for no valid inspection certificate Danielson, Lawrence Albert trials and they were sentenced bonds set.at $151 in each case. mostly in the third. Gainesville.
the deed of the land for the
WARNING!!! building that it would be used ; Terrance Lee Kopp.Michael. ,_.
$26 for running a Pershell, Roberto -
Boatwright
,. ,
CUE TO THE CONSTANT ACTIONIVIOLE.CEDEPICTED for recreation purposes only. "r
IN THIS PICTURE THE PRODUCER Moore that stop sign. DeLatorre, Leona Foreman Jv "f
is said
Fear some
REQUESTS THAT PERSONS UNDER 17 BE Kenneth Wayne Teal, $36 Rozier, Claude Knight Slatler,
ACCOMPANIED,. BY AN,. ADULT future council may want to
for unlawful speed; Jake Ambrose Bill McLean, Arvah
take the building over for Young, $50 for no valid Branch Hopkins, Jr., Charles '

PLUS some Pearson other purpose.said he would driver's license; Ralph John Oral Skelly, Sara Tooke 1
Kellum $36 for unlawful Lawler, Robert Charles
back at the June
report
speed Curis Lee Armstrong Blume.
"Dooms Voyage" after with ;
Day meeting, consulting
10 days in jail for no valid Tactikos Nicholas, Neil
City Attorney Gene Shaw. driver's license. Joseph Fischer, Jr., Jesse s a a o'

Lee Chesson, Rita Darlene : a :

Winzer McCord $36 for Ricks, Andrew B. Warhurst, ,
unlawful speed; Sebe Harris Robert V. Johns, Mose Cartin ,
FLORIDA THEATRE $46 for violation of right of Jenkins, Harley Lester

way; Arthur Thornton, pre- Barrow, Rudolph John
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breakings and entering
occurred in the City of Starke
during the past week according -
to the Starke Police
Department both sometime
Friday night atter tne ONiNG
businesses had closed for the
day and merchandise valuedat
over $1,000 stolen.

Thieves entered through a
window at Edwards Groceryon
US-301 south of Starke and
got away with food stamps
valued at $800. Other items

known robbery to were be missing food items in the of COME ON OUT TO THE EIGHTH BIG WEEK GRAND OPENING AT YOUR 825 S. WALNUT ST. WINN-DIXIE IN STARKE
cheese and
bologna, some
light bulbs, 3 rolls of dimes,
and 10 rolls of pennies. Total spry SAVE 11f1Wf
value of the missing items is hSQK
82951. EK Q
pales ,
Cash and Carry Tire LS
Company was also entered the V PRICES GOOD THURS. MAY 9
same night through a window E FR EMD

and establishment missing the from following the BtO Np1 vn taaotN uA SERVICE THRU WED. MAY 15 J

morning were: A Singer E Si AMPS
portable TV set valued at $100 8
and two 12-volt batteries RIN11 ,g NIHN
valued at $74. axlE

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While in the place of
business the thieves broke intoa
drink machine and stole the ..I
amount of $35. Total value of
W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF, BONELESS STEAKDelmonicos USDA GR. 'A' WeD J
the
missing items is $209.20. BEEF'S'e
LB. $249 FRESH FROZEN USDA CHOICE effF pEOP t <\

W.D BRAND. USDA CHOICE BEEF EZ.C"'RVE.OVEN READY. W-D BRAND FRYINGCHICKENS ROLLED CHUCKROAST
W.D BRAND GRADE "A" fRESH FROZEN
Starke LocalsFrom Rib Roast . LB $158W 1 Baking Hens 55 r,
I LB. 11
( Page 4)) D BRAND. USDA CHOICE BEEF HANDY PAK
FRESH PORK, SHANK HALF OR j
Ground Chuck $119 1
Sonny Loudon was on the LB. Whole Hams 88Ground C
President's list at St. Johns LB. ,
W D BRAND PURE
River Junior College the last 3 LB. UJVD 19 FRESH BOSTON BUTT
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quarter. Beef PKG.! : $269 WHOLE $ Pork Roast LB78C .
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li oov/INw.INT 6/.01/i p
Miss Kay Turner celebratedher TASTY (TWELVE 4 01 PATTIES) ?
20th birthday Saturday Beef Patties &: $199 U. CHOICE. QUARTER C
Pork Chops
bookout at 99SII.ced
at
night a family LB.
their home. Bob Johnson of HICKORY SWEET
Jacksonville was out.of-town I.LB. SWIFT PREMIUM
B
78C LB.
Bacon PKG. LB 21'01
guest. Ham Patties C"'N' $139W
D BRAND SMOKED PORK WHOLE
Mother's Day Plants W D BRAND c PUREground
Roses, gloxinias, hydrangeas, Shoulder Picnics LB. 58j* W-D BRAND USDA CHOICI BEEPROUND $ "
geraniums, violets, dish FULL CUT, BONELESS -W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF StRIOINSTEAK Beef 'AS: 7
gardens, many others at STEAK
ROSIER'S.Dr. Quantity Rights
148

and Mrs. H. H. Adams a SAVE 40'HEINZ 'C Le.$13b SAVE 21e LBG, SAVE 17 WINN DIXIE Reserved STORES INC.
and son, Bill, Mr. and Mrs. "i COPYRIGHT 1974
John E. Watson and son, Tom, MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde B. Ter- GREEN GIANTCORN i
willegar,Jr.and Mr. and Mrs.J. .
B. Godwin spent last weekin 0
Pinehurst, N.C. Bill Adams
remained in Pinehurst to playin KETCHUP .
the North-South Amateur Limit 1 with $7.50 or more purchase excl.' cig.. oIradpi.
Golf Tournament. I oNANr

Attending the wedding of
Janelle Alvarez to Jim $1 $1
DeVoe in Orlando Saturday
night were Mr.and Mrs.Owen CREAM
Alvarez, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. 17-oz. STYLE
Jerald Baldwin, Mr. and Mrs. 14oz. 1-LB.
Duke DuBose and Mr. and BOTTLES CANS
Mrs. Owen Alvarez, Jr. and BAG
their families.

Mother's Day Plants 5AVI 41C-KDAFT FRENCHDRESSING THRIFTY MAIDTOMATOES
SAVE 17C-STOKILY HONEY POD
Roses, gloxinias, hydrangeas.
geraniums, violets, dish PEAS

gardens,ROSi many ER'S.others at 4 16-01.CANS $1 1 00 3 :S: 8Qe 0 VAN'S $1


Mr. and Mrs. Geooge W. THRIFTY MAID CRUSHED LIBBY REGULAR OR PINKLEMONADE
Brown visited Mr. and Mrs. L. HOODOrange THRIFTY MAID
M. Stoner in Ocala Sunday. PINEAPPLE

Mrs. M. A. Baldwin was in r
Orlando Monday and Tuesday SAVE Juice ICE MILK 1
visiting her sister Mrs. Doris

Conway.Mother's Day Plants 4 33 $1 'S. ; $1!

Roses gloxinias, hydrangeas. 6-ot.

i \ gardens geraniums,ROSIER'S.Mrs. many, violets others. dish at 20-ot.CANS $1 SOR "" 591O32oz. CANS

HALF
F. L. Starling and
SAVE 12c THRIFTY MAID GALLON
children returned to their CARTONS
home in Arlington, Texas FRUIT DRINKS POPS
after spending two weeks with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.

L.returned Thomas.home Mrs.April Thomas 24 from U.S. N.. 1 FLORIDA YELLOW U.S. Na. 1 REGULAR VINTVUPOTATOES

North Hospital where Florida she underwent Regional 3 CORN RED DELICIOUS
8 8' JUMBO U.S. EXTRA FANCY 2 $1

surgery. 46..... 1 OARS 891 APPLES JO ->L69- 12-PK.

Mother's Day Plants PKGS.
Roses, gloxinias, hydrangeas, CANS 1 15 FOR $199
geraniums, violets, dish
gardens, many others a' THRIFTY MAID DEEP SOUTH us. Na.I RUSSET BAKING 11861

HOSIER'S. Bartlett Pears .3 CANS 16 oi. $100] Peanut Butter 29 BARc. 99C Potatoes 10 BAG 1 $179 1 Limeade .10 CANS 6 o $100 1 i
Mrs. L. A. Canova spent
THRIFTY MAID. CUT FRISKIES HARVEST FRESH GREEN MORTON ASSORTEDGreen

Sunday Levy Canova with Mr.and and family Mrs.in Beans 3 28 01CANS $100| Cat Food 5 CANS;:; $1 Cabbage 2 HDS.39c Pot Pies . .8 %'I $1"
Orange Park and attended the
piano recital in which her KRAFT THRIFTY MAID FRESH SHELLED HARVEST FRESH SUPERBRAND WHIPPED

granddaughter participated. Judy Lynn B-B-Q Sauce 3 BTLS.: $-00| Blackeye Peas 4 CANS; $1 Celery . STALK23C. Topping . 2 o 5 88C

CRACKIN' GOOD CHEK NEW CROP YELLOWDrinks FROZEN SLICED

returned Mrs. Vesta after three Myrick months has in Saltines . 2 PKGS.I.LB. 88C88C . 4 28-01.NRB/! $1 Onions . 3 Z 39C Strawberries 4 %( : sl 1

Riverside Hospital. CRACKIN' GOOD DIXIE DARLING POTTED "WHILe THeY LAST" POLY BAG. SHOE STRINGPotatoes

Mother's Day Plants Pastry 2 PKG3: Family Bread. 3 LOAVES. $1 1 Mums . . eACH $219 . 41Toaster / PKO.L'. 99C

Roses, gloxinias, hydrangeas. THRIFTY MAID DIXIE DARLING INDIAN RIVER WHITE OR PINK TYSON N' B"'SKUlunch
geraniums violets, dish Meat. 12.1. 59C Dinner Rolls 2 IS.49c 2 s as $1 Chicken 5? $189
gardens many others at CAN K Grapefruit . .
ROSIER'S.Mrs. .

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daughter. W.Linda G. ,Godwin of Chagrin and / EXTRA EXTRA iEXTRA EXTRA ; EXTRA .

of Falls Upland, Ohio, and Calif.Mrs.are C.visiting L. Hill / I .d7....(...GREEN......C0U.W.STAMPS AN*MMKHAM M 1 I I .d..'Jt.(.1 GREEN LAN.LWN STAMPS MN NIfwN M ;/ I I .dh....(...GREEN...H.c,,_STAMPS_.AY_N M I I dx MW GREEN WI LWM STAMPS-MIA.AN N ,: I .d7t......GREEN......_STAMPS MN NNwN M ;
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their Mrs. CELESTI
mother Bertha ONE Z-l1lNNI!OTwrkeyRoast 1 ONE 2-LB. FREEZER QUEEN 1 ASSORTED ONE 20-01.
(12 W UP!
Pearce, for two weeks. Meat Dinners Layer Cakes 'V Dlux Plaza Fruii( Basket ''
Joining the family over the I i MAY IS 1 /
/ Z..3: GOOD THRU MAY I" // ;;tt.. GOOD THRU MAY 1 IS /1 GOOD THRU MAY 15 / 1. GOOD THRU 1 owrry No. 60 GOOD THRU MAC IS 1No.
Mrs.weekend Annie is another Mae Ensor daughter of, 56 ,,,, No. 37 Bt 19.IOC.I WIMM B..f / No. 58 ,,..,, ., ,?...,,, j No. 39 ?a AA N.LN ., nw, A,.,.N.IN
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violets dish CRACKINGOOD / ONI 1l-o> CAN TNT CO"U.MAn AUPERBRAND CREAMED
gardens, many others at Tomato Juice Potato Chips Roach Ant Bomb / Coffee Creamer 1 Cottage Cheese ,
ROSIER'S.Mr. 4N.Ei: GOOD THRU MAY 15 GOOD THRU MAY 15 .'' GOOD THRU. MAY 15 j ;:: GOOD THRU MAY 15 2 GOOD THRU MAY ISNo. / ..
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A proceeding this past week Clarke) were discussed articles were co-authored by screened by such committeewere
2, when the Board denied between them." the defendants Powell and to be witnesses in sup-
in motions by Meyer that called -.that one of the wit- Cason in an effort to port of the plaintiff Clarke at
for' for a continuance of the nesses who would urge stigmatize the plaintiff his hearing held on April29th )
hearing based on allegations charges against the plaintiff Clarke, to build community ."
S 11 to that the Board was not im- (Clarke) is the defendant sentiment against him and to The suit asks for damages in
C7 : con partial their hearing of the Mobley's (SBM Thomas expose him to ridicule and the amount of $50,000 against I
charges presented by Cason Mobley) mother-in-law..." opprobrium in the commun- each of the defendants, in his
I c= mi ) and his attorney C. Valentine -...."an article describing ity." individual capacity: ".....who
G. Bates of Gainesville.The the charges against the A further allegation in the is found to have acted in bad
I of suit filed presents the plaintiff (Clarke and Rue) suit points to the reason for faith, maliciously, or in a
following allegations.the : was published as one of a the involvement of the Union manner designed to have
-.... defendants Dobbs series of articles relating to County Education Association others act in such an improper
I i (school board member Morris the charges in the Union when it states, that Cason fashion."
111 Band Dobbs) and Cason, together, County Times a newspaper formed a screening com- A preliminary hearing will
I1 excursioned to Central or owned and operated by the mittee to screen teachers be held for defendants namedin
in the South America, and it is defendant Powell (school for
eligible continuing con the suit on Tuesday, May 14,
4 1 alleged that the charges and board member Ray Powell). tract and "Many of the per- at 2:30: p.m. in the U. S.
1 7 and the impending hearing (forFhysicians Such an article and similarhospital's sons who were and are to be District Court in Jacksonville.part .


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I > BUTLER Both Board of Trusteeslast told by Dr. Goldstein that he, eI
local physicians Bruce Gold- "
week. of the community.
would leave
too, the com-
stein and Masaoud Mohamadiwill Mohamadi announced his Commission Chairman J.
munity at the end of his tour of
be leaving the community resignation to the trustees duty with the National Health Felton Smith requested l that
in the very near future and some two weeks ago when Service on June 30. County Clerk Robert Driggers
Union County once again they were unable to iron out "The reason we have come again contact the National
faces a critical doctor shortage some of the physician's before the commissioners," Health Service and apply for a
Miss Janet rannen. Union's only straight "A" student for it was disclosed at a demands. Effective date of Lewis said "is to once again replacement for Goldstein.
period. I special session of the County the resignation was set for ask your assistance in
Commission when commissioners May 30, according to Board securing physicians to come Goldstein originally had
met with membersof Chairman Buck Lewis. here and set up medical another physician in the
the Union General Lewis said he had also been practices that will become a National Health Service Clinic
105 Students N with him but Dr. Robert
Lake Markman left the communityupon

County Tract May Be Vladimir the Holowatsch.arrival of Dr.

car
To UCHS Honor
Holowatsch arrived a year
ap ago the 24th of this month'andhis

LAKE BUTLER -- Miss The following students were Sold To Co. contract, too is up (this
Janet Brannen, 14-year-old listed on the "Principals students.'E 1st Mining month.
daughter of !Mrs. Angeline Scholars" Honor Roll, having to -
Brannen, is listed l on the attained an "A-B" grade Lewis said during the
academic achievement L. C. LAKE BUTLER rescue squad. -Accepted a display of meeting that he had no in
rollsas average:
top scholar for Union Seniors: Cathy Crawford was Property adjacent to Florida County attorney Hal Y. artifacts from the Battle of dication from Dr. )Inlowt"rh
County High School for the !Michael Griffis, Thorsha State Prison's Reception and Maines disagreed with Rue's Olustee fought in the county what his intentions were nl
past nine week grading Henderson, Cynthia L. R, Medical Center just outside letter and said that the unit during the Civil War on this time but that the doctor'--
period
ending( April 16. Hendricks, Chrissy Massey, the Lake Butler on SR-231 had no right serving a private February 20. 1864. The displaywas hospital based practice ..p
for hire donated I to the citizens of
Miss Brannen's name appeared Kay McDaniel, Jack McGill, declared surplus and for sale enterprise as the unit peared to be flourishing.
was a owned Union County by Mrs. Lula
on the "Superintendent's Jan Norman, Sharon Norris, in April was taken off the county vehicle.
The commission Scarborough Terry and the
that market by Union County's agreed with
Scholars" Honor Roll Christy Pearson, Arlene Sch- Union General Hospital is
Lake Butler
not Board of County Commis- Maines. Llason with the Woman's Club
without
also
one of three such academic retzman Roxanne Stephenson temporarily .111
ambulance and comes from the J, H.
service
and sioners during its regular and
achievements lists that Doretha Thomas, and : administrator again alter
Scarborough Collection
chairman of The
students who maintain Connie Vickery. car meeting held Tuesday. the Emergency James :Nichols lelt this post to
straight "A". "A-B", and "B" Juniors: Sandra Arthur, La During last month's council mittee Medical Commissioner Care (EMC) Com- display federate and of Union embedded Army shot con- take a new assignment/ in
grade averages may be listed Wayne Crawford, Gerry to meeting the commisisoners Gerald Alabama on April 17 Tin-
fired
Griffis from rifles and revolversmay
upon. Janet is a member of Dukes, Glenda Griffis, Regina ; agreed to declare the said "I'm not In- hospital is currenalmanaging h
said. property, some 500 acres, as terested in the race track, I be viewed in the main ''.',
the freshman rl.iss;; at UCHS.. Phillips. Shelley Riherd, Steve to tUI1IOI1II! \ !!
surplus and call for bids from am interested in Union County corridor of the county court- the leadership of Lewis and a
and land developers to develop the and I don't care if they get house from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. three man or actually) two
In free passes or whatever. I The display is accompaniedby
don't area. Tuesday's meeting women and one mail, committee
Union County Students the the commission rescinded its don't want the unit going over a framed document that with their coin
there when detailing the history of the
previous decision in accordance it should be here. timed talents are kcepin" th'
battle written by Mrs. R.
A.
with some negotia- ,, '
liinctiunul u.'i!
hospital fully ::
Recieve Honors At FairThree in tions outside the public Griffis requested, with the Driggers Historian., Union County a new administrator can In-
car- meetings with Kerr-McGee rest of the commission, that a found.

of Union County's Gerry White Alfredo Rodri- : Corporation of Oklahoma City letter be written to the am- Audy Dukes of the Fla. State
High School students received guez. Alternates who also which is interested in leasing bulance service making Employment Service came Lewis said. "This seems to
Melbourne and less the land for a phosphate known their feelings and the be for to
recognition at the State went to helpedthe before the Board with Mrs. a year things expire
Science and Engineering Fair exhibitors were Clinton : this mining operation.The fact the bills for the month of Gooding of the Department of and so does our term conn-
and Talent Search held in Wilson, Middle School and decision to rescind lastmonth's April would be held in Commerce and distributed December"
Melbourne this past week. Stephanie Lane and Nan car decision came in a abeyance until such time as a various leaflets available for
Cathy Carroll daughter of Walker High School motion from CommissionerPaul meeting could be called with those persons desiring to
Mrs. James Carroll received M. Riherd with a secondby EMC members and the am- change or find employment.Dukes .
Honorable Mention for her Some of the students and Commissioner Gerald bulance service personnel.In will be in Lake Butlerone : :1
Griffis. Commissioners t :
to J. *
Social-Behavioral Study their sponsor, Mrs. Marie day per week and is
Felton Board
Smith Chair- other action, the Com-
project, "Visual Perception. Woodley, were, through an scheduled tenatively to be
and Commissioner
invitation able to attend the man, C. U. missioners: available to job seekers in the
Laura Richardson Kennedy Space Center for the Crews added their approvalwith agricultural building on
daughter of Rev. and Mrs. only Commissioner D. E, -Agreed to consider in-
III Award it i
Sky-Lab Ceremony Wednesdays though( was t 'It
Peter Richardson, received held in the Vehicular of "Skip" Woodington opposingthe cluding a for request the for $750 noted this was only a tenative lt. ,.
recension. funding Boy Scouts
Honorable Mention for her
Assembly Building. The three and scheduleof
after the arrangement a ., rccommrndcd.is
verbal Union County's Ambulance hearing request from (i u'lic ha.s hci-n
presentation on members of the year
84 will be
crew day availability providedat
"Crystalization the Service presented its bills and District Scoutmaster Steve ., brim able I 10,1. l oft)
versus Temp- mission Carr Gibson and later date for those
erature of Saturated I Solutions City report in letter form to the Ivy. The board will try to a pl.ium It ,proh.tltly, t xvoi-ks l lkwpntu h>
and from the
Pogue, spoke briefly wishing help em-
." commissioners. The report include the request in the .IIIY""". ,inlVrlrd. CM
through the efforts of Melanie ployment service.
gained no immediate approval upcoming budget.' mil I.' at' !hI;iy.
Hale there is on display at the
Jeannie Holmes, when the commissionread
daughterof High School personal auto-
Mr. and Mrs. James D. graphs of the three on one of send the letter from Am- .

Mention Holmes, for received a verbal Honorable presen- event.the programs for the special city bulance Richard Service Rue stating President that Being Tried In Pilot Study I

tation of "Heart Valves and Rescue Unit 50 was being
Artificial Heart Valves." taken to North Florida I
The students left Wednes- brief Raceway outside of Lake City School 1 Breakfast ProgramLAKE
day morning on a school bus for the Saturday night races. c:7:

showed Twelve their other projects.students They also driven by Mr. Ralph Walker, said Rue's letter to the commission BUTLER A new Approved unanimously, the says quite a lot' of students
were: Middle School Mark Middle School Science stated that the action would pilot program for serving first breakfast was served aren't getting currently.The .
and other
teacher
chaperonesand
not affect of the
Monday
and coverage breakfast to students was the morning.
Mitchell Theresa Schretz-
sponsors were Miss Cindy county in any way and that it major topic of discussion School SuperintendentJames meal will be a simple
man, Jose Acosta; High Oppen, Middle School Science the would be good experience for Cason said the reason but nourishing one of dry
during a special meeting of
School Melanie Hale, Sylvia teacher and Mrs. Marie cereal: milk and orange juice
the new group of emergency the Union County School for the change was so that he
Acosta, Merrell Hart, Trevor School Science and the pilot program will
Woodley, High medical technicians now Board held at 1 this past and Board Member Thomas
Minshew Lanier C. Clyatt teacher. The p.m. take into consideration the
returned
group undergoing training and Friday instead of the ad- Mobley could attend the state
Chris Lawson, Tim McGill same factors as the lunch
Saturday evening. observers with baseball
working as the vertised hour of 4 p.m. playoffs in which
Lake Butler was playing program in that it will allow
against P. K. Yonge."I for students on the reduced
and free lunch programs to
also purchase reduced price
xy.// have had the game
booked for sometime now andif breakfasts and free breakfastwill
i we don't meet now I just be provided for those
won't be able to be here" students not in the free lunch
,t Mobley said. program.
Board member Donald
i:
+1' YN S ,J l' '.' ,' (:1 Dukes said that he wonderedif Regular price of the break
f!
tti changing the meeting time fast will be set at 25 cents per
-- was really legal after the student with the reduced priceset
meeting was advertised for a at 10 cents. The projectionfor
;1sssu.1 rn later hour but dropped his the pilot program is' that

objections when Vice more than 2,100 meals will be
Chairman Ray Powell, sitting served during a 20 day period
I's r in for Chairman, Ray with the total program costing

; Crawford who did not attend just over the $730 mark. A

4, r the meeting, asked him what small profit on the program 'is
,- he wanted to do and said thatif expected with total program-
Dukes felt it was necessary cost set at an estimated $641,
they could adjourn and come
back at the advertised hour, The profit potential comes
about out of the reimburse
Cason at this point said that ment program on the three
he could leave his program levels of regular priced
recommendations with reduce .price and free breakfasts
a q i dnlH w. j someone else to present but with eight and one-half
that he too, would be away to cents being reimbursed to the
the game. Dukes said that he program and the paid breakfasts -
only wanted to go on the 24 cents reimbursement
record as having questioned on the reduced price breakfast ;,
. rr h the validity and legality of the and 29.5 cents being reimbursed ,
t ( meeting. to' the school system 1
Cason presented each of the' for free breakfasts served. His

Tommy Mobley chooses "weapon" for a short drive..,. Strider forward...... Finds going rough Bard members and the press" expected, according to the .'
with an outline of the new 20 day pilot projection that 'i

Union School Board member Thomas Mobley was one of over 100 hopeful entrants In the Mobley said "This is the first time I ever made my entry fee back. I won two dozen golf balls program that will see some L700 free 280 reduced,
recent annual Strawberry Invitational Golf Tournament held at the country club Starke. and finished number 10 in the third flight of players." (Photo by A. DeArmond) youngsters afforded the opportunity and 400 regularly priced ;
meals will
of having a regular go to make up the
morning meal which Cason 2,100 servings anticipated. 'I


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14 TELEGUAPIIlay! 9,1971


Building PermitsTo

HAMPTON AREA NEWSBy Cost MoreIt'll

CITY NEWS to Brooker Elementary School cost Bradford residents
The City Council will meet JoMphlne Fontaine last Friday for competition in % for building permits
more
May 14 at the Hampton City an inter-school Mini-Olympic under a new schedule ef-
Hall at 8 p.m. Day. Each grade level. kin- fective April 1 which reflects
There are still some dogs dergarten through sixth, had increases for site inspections
that have not been either r x two boys and two girls com Director L. M
Zoning
penned or on leashes. peting against Brooker in the the
presented higher
There have been riders on following events: Standing r ,t Gaines
Broad rates, already approved by
motor bikes without helmets Jump Javelin Throw 4 J Board, to the
on our streets. Wrestling and the 100 Yard T .,jr : the County Zoning Commission at its Ap-
Dash. Included
was the 300 wr
RECREATION NEWS Yard Relay Team Race t1r ril 1 meeting.It .
The Hampton Senior comprised of 12 students from \ is impossible to make
Citizens met in regulars each grade level. Gold silver inspections of buildings for
slon with some members and bronze medals were .4a $25 said Gaines. Taypayers
absent due to illness we wish awarded to the first three should not have to bear the

them a speedy recovery. The i, place finishers with fourth I. .j : burden spections,of he buildingin added In-
door prize was won by Mrs. place receiving a ribbon the new schedule.
Maxwell and game prizes award. proposing
The final of t There was no opposition from
went to Mr. Taylor, Mrs. + tally points saw
tkA' board.
Taylor, Mr. Fontaine, Mrs. k i Hampton edge out Brooker for #" the county
Vaughn Mrs. Hall, Mrs. 7 the Gold Medal 8420 to 8080. f yw r .r y z Gaines has been unable as
McGunnigle and Mrs. Fon- Awards were presented as tt :: yet to employ an inspector. lie
said he will act as
taine. Refreshments were follows: Kindergarten: Robin inspectorand
enjoyed and the next regular Krenach,gold; Brenda Curtis employ someone to help
meeting will be May 17. bronze; Tracey Prevatt, with his office work.
The Ceramics Class has a silver; Michael Prevail, The new fee schedule showsa
regular meeting every a'i $' bronze; Joey Contois ribbon. L base charge of $5 for con-
Thursday evening at 7:30: p.m. First Grade: Lisa Van Eek J struction valued at $1,000 to
in the Citizens' room. A gold; Vonda Brown bronze; $3,000, and an additional
variety of art interest can be Timmy Fessler, gold; Robby -...nJjjiMinhVihr.M JfciiT-jrUUEU., lJI *t..r charge of $3 for each ad-
learned as well as the Spitze, silver.Second Grade: ditional $1,000 in constructioncosts
ceramics. Any adult In- Gail Sullivan bronze; Audrey Fourth grader Terry Holt from Hampton sails the javelinas after the initial $3,000.A .
terested is invited to join the Brown, ribbon; Brad Russell, spectators watch the flight of the spear In competition building permit for a
class. bronze; Randy Campbell, Friday $25,000 house under the new
ribbon. Third Grade: Tammy rates costs the builder $71
FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS Gosnell, gold; Granetta After $50,000, the rate dropsto
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Adkins Ramsey, ribbon; Michael 14 $2 per thousand and past
attended the funeral of Mr. Carroll, ribbon; Jimmy Dupont Employees $100,000 to $1 per thousand.
Herbert Hudson in Palatka Fessler bronze. Fourth Building permits for the
Tuesday. Mr. Hudson was Mr. A h Grade: Tammy Crawford, following amounts of con-
Adkins' cousin. # silver; Lisa Carter bronze; Receive CertificatesGraduation struction cost: $5,000 $11;
Danny Francis, gold; Terry $10,000)( $26; $15,000It;
BIRTHDAYSA Holt, bronze. Fifth Grade: $20,000 $56; $30,000 $116;
birthday party was held Fi Kathy Fowler, silver; Debbie certificateswere employees on their com- Pearson. $40,000 $116; $50,000 $146;
for Tammy Lynn Peeples Parmenter, ribbon; Kenny presented by W. E. pletion of the course. First Row (sitting) ((1 to rC: $100,000 $246.
Saturday, May 4. Tammy Clark, gold; Larry Stone, Dampier Director of the The 160-hour course in- Joseph Starling, Mark Luke,
celebrated her 5th birthdaywith bronze. Sixth Grade: Barbara Bradford-Union Vo-Tech volved operating techniquesfor Fred Pendarvis, Charle s Gaines also reported to the
20 friends present. Theyall Pearsall gold; Toe Eiland, School to 14 DuPont em- diesel tractors, pan McCullough, Lester Leach> commission that the zoning
enjoyed the birthday cake 14trf bronze; Buster Bass, gold; ployees who recently com- scraper, and similar heavy Second row (standing> office earned $960 in March
served with punch. Tammy is ... Don Brown ribbon. pleted the 160-hour Heavy equipment units used by Benjamin Strong, Rober't through its permit charges.

the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .X. ; ... Friday, May 10, is a Equipment Operator course. DuPont in its mining White, Edward Griffis|j "We're almost paying our
Fred W. Peeples. ',"10/41''. '.". '.! >>.. .,..(,. "" Teacher's Planning Day. The festivities were con- operation at Camp Blandingand Horrice Dean Michae own way now" the zoning
will be "I "' ''" Therefore students will havea ducted in the The was Howard.[ Third row: Lev;
Ricky Keys 17 years .... .... private dining Lawtey. course f, director said.
old on May 13. '../ ..w. ..:.",'". i day at home to help with room of the Garden conducted both at the Vo-Tech Lennon, Wilbert Jenkins, Cai lie also asked the com-
.y"ii'.....rl.... ,u. 'oJ housecleaning, gardening, or Restaurant on Thursday School and in the mining areas Brown and Alfred Wald.JJi1Ifl. mission to find more office
SCHOOL NEWS playing. April 25.Attending. at the DuPont plants.Mr. in the courthouse for the
Mrs. Noel Silk's kin- Wrestling contestants from kindergarten push and shove to the luncheon on Howell and Mr. Temple space
which has
dergarten class recently remove all but one winner from inside the square as physical behalf of the school systemwas congratulated these em- ((( zoning office now
to three employees.
learned the origin of cheese education instructor Rick Ezzell super*ises along with Lucy SFJC Board Of Superintendent of Public ployees on their completion of grown Chairman Ralph Bryan
who official records of the mini Olympics
and butter. They conducted a Hodges kept Instruction Jim Temple. the course. Both men em- named CommissionersGeorge
successful experiment of Friday. Trustees To Meet t Representing DuPont were phasized the value of joint Roberts and Dave
--------- between local
making real butter from Plant Manager Gordon cooperation Shuford and Clerk Gib Brownto
whipping cream. Each child was presented a flict and consequences of this 16 Howell Production companies and schools to a committee to find the
In Starke May Ken the skills of the
Mrs. Jean Clark's first plant which he or she planted war. Superintendent Platt, improve / space.
graders are studying how outside the classroom. This Production Supervisor John workers in this area. Gaines also got from the
plants and trees originatefrom student is responsible for the Mini OlympicsThe For the first time since the Ruffini and Training Pictured above are the men commission delegated
seeds. They have viewed inception of Santa Fe Junior Gene Pearson. completing the course and
proper care of his plant Mini-Olympics con- Supervisor The door won't be open 01 n authority to be responsible for
films of seeds sprouting, Mrs. Carol Shield's fifth ducted by Mr. Rick Ezzel! College, its Board of Trusteeswill Vo-Tech Instructor Al Ells their instructor, Al Ells and hot days any moreGrant'tomb ',5 hiring all zoning board personnel
leafing, flowering and hold a regularly monthly complimented the DuPont Training Supervisor Gene
grade class is conducting a were a big success. Three Is air-condiLioned! .
maturing to useful garden study of the Civil War; school buses carried the meeting in Bradford County. ...
plants, flowers and trees. learning the cause. the con- Hampton faculty and students The public is invited to
attend the meeting set next
I Thursday May 16, at 2:30:
Blade Air
I I Administration p.m. in the Bradford Building School on Sawyer Conditioning

| North Temple Avenue in 332 W. Madison 964.7701 Starke
Families Starke.
I It is the first time the

| trustees have met at a place
other than SFJC, according to
1 Come In Many I S. G. Denmark of Starke, a
I member of the junior college
board of trustees. Other
o D 1 I Bradford County members % Gas Furnace

Different I are Guy Andrews and Jim
Bloodsworth.The /j
I local trustees extended
SizesSo the invitation to the trustees CONDITIONINGCentrally

i I and Denmark they accepted, "They accordingto have AIR

| really bent over backwards to
make us feel welcome," Located
I Denmark adds. p
Do JJMobile i

24,000 BTU Cooling
I CancerCrusade
Homes I ''lliiiiiiuiiiiiiiiinhiIltVnliiliIiilliillillu

!!! 7 Outlets 1 Return

|: '" Inu nunull

80,000 Gas Furnace


|I Begins $1390Plu'


I h.c.>sary Elaclncil' Wiring'

!: May20


I
Father John M. Flynn
1 I announced that the Bradford ,

|I County Cancer Crusade will We All! Makes Of Air Conditioning
I be held the week of May 20, at
I
a kick-off luncheon for local Service Room Units To
| volunteers last Friday. CentralCall

Mrs. Warren Stevenson of Us For Fast, Professional Air Conditioning 3G4-77O1
Hampton will serve as
residential co-chairman and Service

s John Brown Knows A Lot About Families I I is in looking the county.for more Local volunteers chairmen

still needed for Brooker
are
5 and Even More About Mobile Homes I I and the Raiford community.Miss Matchmaker

1 Thats Why You Should Talk To Him About The Size 1a 1 president Lillian of the Bradford Stump

Home Your Family Needs | Cancer County Society Unit of,the told American the kickoff America's Number 1 Air Conditioning Maker!

1 luncheon that the local goal
| is $4,234 this year. Under her = :

Ask About The Big leadership the 1973 Crusadeset : RZT ...
SALE I( a new record at $3,875. is 1
.
.--- .. '
... 1c '..I "
....
Bradford County also did a I ... :
With Huge I good job on patient services : 11. '.. I''.. ...-_ ...... 'I" \
I cancer education and two ,... \ v: '... \ ,
J research projects for the .... ---r..... \ "" ... ,.
I American Center Society. ., I ......! \ ,
Discounts Mow Going! Bradford is the only county In <--C.dJ .
( north Florida that took part in
On both the Cancer Prevention
i Study in 1973 and the Pap Test
survey this year. .
t :a
I Local chairmen present at ;
i the kick-off included Mrs. _
Ask Rboufc OurExclusive Dawn Payments J Ervin Andrews, Mrs. Fred
Small RaS3SO I Glenn, Jr., and Mrs. Johnnie
II I
Rental Johnson.
On J Other chairman for Starke Upflow Air Discharge Tosses Sound, Heat Skyward. 3 Tan Unit SE7S
Purchase Plan I include Mrs. Dale Brown,
Some Homes Miss Frances Jenkins Mrs. Low .S
Pleasing
Styling Unit
I Locates Outdoors :
Herb Herres Mrs. J. D. ?.,..? II.e'ro.OI, Wong

| Odom Mrs. Bryan Hamilton, Armor Cabinet. Can Be Moved If You Move CARRIER'S MATCHMAKER. ..., Here ,I. A Single, Packaged
John Mrs. William
Brown'sPrice Vogeney, 1 Mrs.
.
I 'I Andrew Eaves, Mrs. Marc *.r Conditioner That Bring Cool. Conditioned, Comfort Day Alter.. Day

Jackson Mrs. Millard Brown.' Call Today FOr Free IS: l liate With Features That guarantee Comfort Economy And A Long Unit Lite''
i and Mrs. Carlos Hess:
Mobile Home Center 964.7701Sawyer


Hwy 21 Keystone Hgts. 4733775mmmmmwmmmmmmmmm I| contact Volunteers Father in any Flynn area Mrs.may 51 ,id* Gas & Air ConditioningPage

Stevenson or one of the local

mJi I chairman listed. "



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BY ELIZABETH TERRY jqII11Ft! J Middle Second School In 7 County Team


__________
CIIUIIt-11 ACTIVITIES
had charge of the morning sister, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Math Tourney ,

Church of God Sunday service, after which dinnerwas Abernathy of Atworth, Ga.,
School served on the ground. and other relatives, last -
10 a.m. Worship weekend. They report a Kevin Miller,Timmy Gissy, school's winner for more I
Services, 11 a.m and 7 p.m. and Richard Smith
brought individual than
points any
Northslde Baptist Church wonderful time. _
YPE and Prayer Meeting second place victory to other contestant from all the
Sunday School 10 a.m. Wor- Sincere sympathy of the
7:30
Saturday, :
p.m. Bradford Middle School after
ship Services 11 a.m. and 7:30 community is extended to the 1 seven counties.
o.m. Prayer Meeting Wed- family and relatives of Isham losing first place to Baker Terri Massey, representing
Faith Baptist Church County by only two points out Elem. the
Lawtey was
nesday at 7:30: Davis who passed
Radio Program over WPXE p.m. away of the 57 the
possible at Baker youngest contestant in the
of last week.
Wednesday
Starke 8 a.m. Sunday. Sunday LAWTEYSCIIOOLNEWS Math Tournament.
tournament and was fifth
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Priest
School 10 Ser-
a.m. Worship highest all contestants.She .
among
of their brother
were
guests
I vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Plans are now underway fora and sister-in-law, Mr. and Seven counties, including was the Lawtey School
School on Bible Doctrine, school-wide field
day on May large surrounding counties of winner
Mrs. P. H. Day and family of
Tuesday 8 p.m. at Pastor's 17. Activities will include Cedar Key on Sunday. They w1f '1'1't Duval, Columbia and Clay, Other Individual school
home. Prayer Meeting shuttle relays, distance runs, food dinner. participated in the tournament winners Included Kevin
enjoyed a sea
Wednesday, 7:30: Bible Study. spoon and potato races, sack Each school par Miller, high scorer for BMS
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Walker .,
races, and tug-of-war. Kin- ticipating was represented by and who tied for most points in
and son were guests of their
Grace United Methodist dergarten through the fifth three students consideredmost the entire tournament, Kelly
brother-in-law and sister Mr.
,
Church Sunday School 9:45: grade will be participating in and Mrs. Wardell Crews of outstanding in their Slade, Hampton winner;
a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. these activities. Parents are math classes. Each school Elaine Mott, Brooker champ,
Nahunta, Ga. on Sunday.Mrs. .
and 7 p.m. Wednesday MYF 7 invited to come to the field score was arrived at by ad- and Sherra Mott, Southside
Parcellucci and
Don
p.m. followed by Choir ding the individual host champ.
day.The Mrs. C. E. Strickland of
Practice at 7:30: p.m. final PTA meeting of Gainesville called on her Junior Girl Scout Troop 605 works Saturday In a city-wide scout clean-up day in which all
The of the church helda
men this school year will be held on sister, Miss Elizabeth Terry scouts, cubs,junior,and seniors, worked. The 11 I girls of Troop((105, under the direction of Mrs. New Church God
breakfast for the
fellowship May 14. This will be a covered Thursday p.m. She returned Lila Rae Yawn, picked up 38 bags of trash in Wainwright Park and the Cherry, Church! and Of
church All
on Sunday. dish with PTA fur
supper Water Street areas
home with them and was her
families of the church par- nishing meat, bread, tea and overnight guest. On Friday The girls are (l-rt Nancy Crawford, Pam Pratt, Vicki Carver, Robin Williams, Linda Dedication Service

ticipated and it was enjoyedby coffee. Everyone is urged to Miss Terry visited Mr. and Sawyer, Gena Rasnlck Mrs. Yawn, Gloria Hamilton, Sherree llankerson, Betsy Yawn, Mary
all. come to this meeting and meet Mrs. Jim Newsom in Alachua Ann Miller, and Juanita Betterson.

the new officers for next year. General Hospital. She Girl Cadet Troop 520 under Mrs. Carolyn Eaves and Boy Scout Troop 70 under David Mon Will Be Held 12
Highland Baptist Church Two items approved by the returned home with Mrs. tgomery also participated in the clean up. A total of 122 bags of trash was picked up by the May
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. PTA have been ordered. Theyare Kuhne and Mrs. Simmons and scouts and taken to the dump by the city garbage department.
Service Choir
Worship 11 a.m. letters for the school

Practice 6:30: p.m. Evening identification sign that will daughter who were there ''' > t), :.I-

Service 7:30: p.m. Prayer face Highway 301 and a public visiting Mr. and their mother Mrs. and Ulysees dad. How To Drive In :fP>h ik1"--, :'H ;;1 ,

Meeting Wednesday 7:30: p.m. address that is
system ,
,
Roberts and Mr.and Mrs. Ron
.
and Griffis I
Jimmy Tommy adaptable for both inside and
and Saran of Faith Hudson of Miami, Mr. and
Cindy outside use.Friday .
Unexpected Emergencies
Mrs. Horace Gwen of White
Childrens' Home
Baptist May 10 is a student
and Mr. and Mrs.
Tampa, spent the weekend of holiday. Springs
Louie Johns of Brooker
were
April 28 with Mrs. Nellie TALLAHASSEE driving habits,
Most emergencieswill
-
Sunday dinner guests of Mr Je LA b
Wilkinson, Mrs. Daisy Boch PERSONALSMrs.
motorists develop. They can come
and Mrs. Edward Roberts on emergencies en- ik E
and Lynn. Others from the Burney Dobbs of April 21.Mrs. counter in traffic can be about through mechanical i

Home were entertained in the Jacksonville and Mr.and Mrs. Bryant Reddish was a dealt with safely, the Florida failure or improper actions of tt' \
homes of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Arlie Dobbs went to Kn.
Highway Patrol states. other drivers. Still these
guest of her cousins, Mr. and
Norman, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Tallahassee to visit their
Mrs. C. E. Barber of Mac- "Even with the best of emergencies can be dealt
Coleman, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mrs. Ernest Hewitt "
daughter, clenny during the week. with safely, Colonel Eldridge
Wise, Mr. and Mrs. Buster and their son-in-law Ernest
Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly Beach, director of the Patrol
Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hewitt, who is in Extended says.
Austin Mr. and Mrs. Bill Care Hospital in Tallahasseeon spent their Monday on to Bedford Thursday Lake.at mother, Mrs. Truby Wain- The Patrol commander says
cottage
Pendarvis, Rev. and Mrs. Monday.Mrs. Mrs. Sadie Simmons wright. that after it is too late to avoidan
Raymond Caudill, Mr. and E. C. Harvey and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Cowan emergency situation,
Debbie and Mike of Atlanta
Mrs. Cedric Rosier, and Mr. Kenneth Barfield were guestsof and son and Mr.and Mrs. J. C. drivers are often forced into
of her
Ga.
were guests Beach of Jacksonville visited
and Mrs.Bobby Bennett. They her brother-in-law and maneuvers which are
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Beach
and Mrs. Jack Kuhne and dangerous. suggestedthat
F. Robertson on Sunday af
family Tuesday to Sunday. ternoon. Another guest duringthe motorists keep a

While here, they with Mrs. "cushion of space" around .
MELROSE
KEYSTONE afternoon was Bobby --r_ '
Kuhne, Mrs. Wm. Mobley of Evans of Defuniak Springs, their vehicle. to provide an ......--
route.Emergencies
Tampa, Mrs.Vernard Hughesof nephew of the Cowans, who is escape

Business Green Cove Springs and at Camp Blanding at this remedies which Beach and listed the The new Church of God dinner on the ground, and The local Church of God was
Directory Mrs. Holmes of North St. Clair music.
Carolyn sanctuary on special established in 1932, and
Starke spent much time time.Mr.. and Mrs. O. J. Boyette, included: Maintain Street was recently completedand The new church is of buff located in a small frame

during the week with their Jr. and family met their BLOWOUT a dedication ceremonieswill brick construction and has a building at Saxton, a com-

FISHERMAN'S HARDWARE mother, Mrs. Jim Newsom, brother and sister-in-law, Mr. firm grip on the steering be held at 2 p.m. Sunday, seating capacity of 350, as munity then located on the
wheel and
in the
who was a surgical patient in and Mrs. Earl Boyette and steer straight !May 12. The State Overseer, compared to 250 in the old railroad between Starke and
Alachua General Hospital. lane. Do not brake, let up on Rev. Ralph Williams, of church. It is valued at $80,000or The
SUPPLIES GARDEN family of Columbus, Ga. at the the accelerator and slow Lawtey. church was
Ronnie McClellan of home of their parents,Mr. and gradually. When slowed to Tampa, will deliver the more, but the total cost to moved to Starke in 1940 and
Vidalia, Ga. was a dinner dedication sermon. the church was only $46,000,
Mrs.O.J. Boyette, Sr. in Lake now has a membership of 111.
Slim's fI e HARDWARE guest of his parents, Mr. and City and were their dinner about shoulder.15 MPH pull onto the Rev. M. E. Fussell, pastorof due to volunteer labor by men Visitors are welcome to join

,,\\\i Mrs. Les McClellan on Fri- guests on Sunday.Mrs. the church, says that all- of the church and some the congregation in the
FIRE the vehicle to
Bring
AND services will be held donated materials.
Carolyn Holmes of day withOver dedication service.
immediate clear of
day.Roy an stop
Fish-'N'-Stuff: GARDEN CENTER. Griffis of Plant City Starke was a hostess for a traffic. If there is no fire extinguisher -
Live Bait was an overnight guest of his barbecue honoring her sister, available dirt or
A complete line ofMOORE IIdw. cousins Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mrs. Jack Kuhne her
on
('rickt'ts.Shlnnt'rs-Worms mud can be thrown on the fire. 200 Women
BENJAMIN PAINTS Prevatt on Friday.Mr. birthday, Saturday. Those Respond
Minnows If the fire is out of control, I
Plumbing& Electrical Supp. and Mrs. Winston present for the occasion were stay clear of the vehicle.

T\'KI.E-HOIS-HEELS Gro-Tone Fertilizers Shelton of Jacksonville calledon Les Griffis, the Holmes IMMINENT CRASH FROM

F'ISIIING. = & HUNTING Insecticides their cousin, Miss children, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. REAR A driver seeing that To Pap Smear Survey
Lumber&Building Materials Elizabeth Terry, on Sunday Mobley of Chiefland, Mrs. -
I.ICI-NSES-\\I\IUNITIOS: : : he is going to be hit from the
ICE IIwy.21 N. 2o0yds From light afternoon. Other guests Sadie Simmons, Debbie and rear should take his foot off Over 200 Bradford County knew about the Pap Test said cancer, with the goal of a Pap

Keystone llgls. -173-4357 Keystone heights 473-3663 during the afternoon were her Mike of Atlanta, Ga., Jack the brake and lay across the women responded to a recent they had taken the test Test for every woman over 20
and niece Mr. and
Mrs.nephew Futch and, sons of Kuhne and children, Mrs. seat to prevent whiplash, survey on the Pap Test, done themselves. However., 10 years of age by 1976.

CONTRACTORSBell Jacksonville Terry Beach.Commander Sarah Rhoden, and Joseph especially if he is driving an by local volunteers for the percent of the white women
Starling. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. older car without a head American Cancer Society.Of and 39 percent of the black
and Mrs. STARKECYCLE
Mobley remained overnight.Mrs. restraint. admitted that they had
women
those who responded,
Electric Co. Triangle "R"Enterprise Woodward of St. Petersburg Bennett Wilkison, Sr. IMMINENT HEAD-ON only 13 said they had not heardof never had a Pap Test. They CENTER
their to
stopped by on way visited her Mrs.
daughter, CRASH Avoid head-on the Pap Test. This test, were mostly the older women,
North Carolina last weekendfor 107 N TEMPLE
Inc. Eunice Edwards, in Baptist crashes at all costs. Try for developed by the late Dr. beyond 50,who are most likelyto AVE
visit with Mr. and Mrs.B. .
James W. Bell Owner a .
Hospital on Sunday.Mrs.
the shoulder the ditch is uterine cancer.
GENERAL even George Papanicolau, is a get
CONTRACTORS F. Commander
McCully. Pierce Crews and her
better than a head-on crash. If simple, painless to' Another problem is that
Commercial I Llct'nsed-Insurl'd Woodward was Mr. McCully'sboss sisters Mrs. Onie Thornton of way
there are cars to the right it is discover uterine cancer early. many Bradford County
Residential Featuring while they were serving Auburndale, and Mrs. Waldo had their Tests
still better to move to the right Uterine cancer is over 90 women Pap
a Repairs The Llndal Cedar Homes overseas. Both men retired Pringle of Worthington forcing them to move right percent curable if discovered more than a year ago, then it

Electrical Fixtures 413,2110 .t73-35.t2 after serving 30 years in the Springs, were dinner guests of than to meet the oncoming early, yet kills 12,000 should be done every 12
Keystone Flgts.473-3602 Navv. their sister, Mrs. D. L. Shaw vehicle. months. Over a third of the
St. Hd.21 N. Mr. and Mrs. Wade Gaskins American women a year.
P.O. BO'l657' were Sunday dinner guests of and niece, Mrs. Lorene BEING FORCED ONTO Most of the women who white women and more than
Outlaw of Lacrosse, on THE SHOULDER Drivers half of the black women said
.
Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellan.Mr.
Thursday.Mrs. "no" when asked if had Your Authorized
Dobbs forced to the shoulder should they a
and Mrs.
Casey ,
Wanda Porter of grip the steering wheel firmly.Do Pap Test in the past year.
Jr.and sons,and Mr.and Mrs. HODAXA
AUTO SERVICE Dobbs Sr. of Jacksonville was a Saturday not apply the brakes. Ease The Bradford County
Casey guest of her parents, Mr. and up on the accelerator and survey was done by the Public DEALER
Jacksonville, were Sunday
Mrs. Russell Wood. continue with two wheels on Health Nursing Advisory
KEYSTONE dinner guests of their Arlie parents Dobbs., Mrs. Fred Moore spent the shoulder until the car Council and the Hospital Up To I 119 I Miles, To The Gallon/

Rubber Stomps Mr. and Mrs. Monday to Wednesday with slows, then ease back onto the Auxiliary, co-ordinated by

AUTO SERVICE Other their brother guests and on Friday sisterinlawMr. were her son-in-law and daughter, l highway. Mrs. Arlin McKnight, P.H.N., SALES ANDSERVICE

and Mrs. Due Dobbs of Mr. and Mrs. Seebe Andrews ..... .,. and Miss Lillian Stump,
Front End Alignment Raiford.Mr. and family of Wildwood. Jimmy Joe Andrews Ski for Free: The HolidayInn president of the Bradford

Speed Wheel Balancing and Mrs. Russell Wood Cecil Hardee and Vernon in Innsbruck offers free County Unit of the American On All Makes & Models
attended the
Starling ordination Cancer
bus service to some of the Society.
and family attended a family services for James Receives Wicker This Is part of a nation-wide YOUR HEADQUARTERSFOR
in the Aus-
Air Conditioning Service slickest skiing
TN/egrapit reunion at the home of their
Griffis at Clay Hill Baptist program against uterine PARTS& ACCESSORIES
Brake ServiceLubricationOil parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. K. Church on Sunday afternoon. Foundation Award trian Alps!

Wood at Fort George on James has been called as

Sunday, April 21. pastor of Air Park Baptist GREENVILLE, S. C. -
Change JOHNSON AUTO Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore Church of Starke. Jimmy Joe Andrews, son of

TUNE-UP were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. C. K. Cowan was a !Mr. and Mrs. James L. An-

Tune l'p Generalltepalrlng. their son-in-law and daughter, Friday overnight guest of her drews of Starke, received a HAMPTON

Engines Rebuilt Mr. and Mrs. D. V. Thompsonand parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Wicker Foundation Award
Gooc1yur Tires Minor Machine Shop Work family of Jacksonville.Mr. Robertson. May 1 during convocation at

Automatic Transmission, and Mrs. Lester Walker Weekend visitors of Mr. and Furman University..

Air Conditioning and Wannis visited their son, Mrs. Harold Eunice were Mr. Wicker Foundation Awardsfor

181k. E.Off 21 and 1 Blk. Tires Batteries Destery Walker, in and Mrs. T. L. Barry of men went to a member of

N.orr 100 Mon:Frl. 7:30A\I-8: PM Jacksonville on Saturday.Mr. Jacksonville and Tommy each class who has made the CHRISTIANACADEMY

KEYSTONE= IIGTS. ..73-1052 Sat. 7:30.1 PMI.KEGEN"VA and Mrs. Jack Wain- Williams of Starke. best all-round contribution
.73-1117 wright and family of Mrs. Tommy Barnes toward the improvement of

Waycross, Ga. were Friday returned home from Bradford the university and of studentlife

REAL ESTATE BEAUTY SHOP overnight guests of their County Hospital on Thursday during the year.

after having spent a few days During the current

there. We pray that she will academic year, Andrews has

Richard T. Loyorn Neils Old LampsWoodstock : continue to improve.Mrs. served as a member of the
Student Council, as secretaryfor
Floy Bennett, who was
Beauty Style Shop Shades visiting her sister, Mrs. Seeb underclass affairs and is a
Real Estate Broker
Harris, was taken to St. member the track team. He

PROPERTIES "For a lovelier Lamp Parts Vincent's Hospital on Thursday was recently elected presidentof OPENS
LAKE 4
the junior class for Furman's Sept. 1974
for a few days. We pray ,
RESIDENTIAL.you'Phone 475-2211 <<8 RntiqueEmporium that she will Improve lots 1974-75 academic year.

BUSINESS-ACREAGE while there. Andrews is a sophomore at Registration Closes June

INSURANCE Between Mrs. Joyce Futch of Furman, majoring in geology.

Blackshear, Ga. was a
Keystone IIgts. 473-3254 Keystone .. Monday dinner of her
v guest SmokeySayttA
473-4692 heights 7

Celia Tf'rwlllegar 473.1111Martha 96-1-S"5 Melrose --- "s'. -'i.:: sister Mrs. Miss Horace Elizabeth Cox of Terry.Waldo fMAfU FARAAEA Ml",, Grades K-12

Edna Knepper Durbin 473-3362 spent Monday with her KNOWS HOW TO tIz

Beach Sand mother, Mrs. P. L. Dinkins. rsw+ewLWuDI -
BWZNIN6 BRUSH!
C.B.l\lcAlee 4734050Se For Rpplication find
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E. McKAY REALTOR I I II DeWitt C.JonesFuneral InterviewCall4EB1EEE

MemberofSOCIetYOf' ; Tractor Work I I I II I IJ

Residential Appraisers I II

Land Cleared I I II HomeSTARKE 46B-1G7O
Serving This Area For, I I II 1 i. .
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Mrs. Melba ligen1134710 Hank Bruninc I I II PHONE 964-62OO ,( /
Mrs. Dolores Gilmore -113-3600 I I II RENTAL ttlrl t I

Mrs. Joanne Gassed 475-1622 I I II HOSPITAL EOS.WALKERS!WHEEL CHAIRS i

Mr.LesUeltoblnson 475-1035 PO. Box 41 I I I II I ft CRUTCHES P. O. Box 2O8 Hampton, Fla.May9,197.1 .

HOMES ACREAGE I KEYSTONe
Phone 413-4161 I HEIGHTS

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etJiTORiALsCI IJ// YrL HOME NOTES i

r th"\ p FROM YOUR EXTENSION'HOMEIECONOMICS

t" 1 ... L.. _' : .. ... AGENT -.: -


Where Do You Live? L .'t1.t-.t' '; BY KATHY BROWN {,.,:',


Bradford County now has around 1-- Is a person eligible to register to Starke-Lawtey you who do not sew. Con.
1,700 less names on its voter vote where he received his mail as Extension The Annual Homemakers sumers need to be aware that

registration books that it had in 1973. opposed to where he lives? Fashion Show and Luncheon the price of a garment is not
the best
necessarily indicatorof
The decline is due to a state law took place April 25 and value when buying clothing.It .
all who
requiring the Supervisor of Electionsto The answer was: "Where a person N a ""' was voted a success by is especially important to
1
mail out a form to each qualified receives his mail has no bearing on his attended. homemakers remember this fact, since the

elector in the county or to each elector eligibility to register to vote. Section modeled Eighteen garments they had cost of ready-to-wear con-

who did not vote in any election held in 97.041 provides that a person must be'a I t fashioned for themselves. tinues to is climb.not An expensive
the during the two permanent resident of the State of : I Lovely spring dresses, floor garment automaticallymore
county past years. ( durable or better con
and
Florida and of the where he length party dresses,
The form must be sent out between county : viewedby structed than a less expensiveone.
October 1 and January 31, preceding a wishes to register in order to be : smart about pant 50 suits ladies were from the i

general election, and must be signed qualified to register to vote." Homemakers Clubs, and their think In figuring about the out purpose the best of buy the,

and returned by mail within thirty guests. ,and how much it will
garment
after mailed out. 2Can a person who lives in one This annual event gives When
days being be worn. deciding to buyan
county and moves to another county homemakers an talents opportunityto and article of clothing, try to

Purpose of the form is to advise the still maintain his voting registration in 4 skills share with their others, and to get determine what you are
Supervisor whether the elector's the first county? These ladles wear garments they made to model in the Extension Homemakers Fashion some new ideas for their own paying for. Is it the type and
Show last Thursday. From left are: Miss ItaLynn Joiner !Airs. Jessie Young. Mrs. Garl wardrobes. It was evident quantity of the fiber, the
status has changed in any way from Mathews Mrs.Brenda Fertig and Mrs. Barbara Kasnick,all of the Starke Homemakers Club. Fashion Show that fabric quality, the quality of
that of the registration record, and the from the have workmanship, the garment
The answer was: "It depends on we, in Bradford County,
Bradford Supervisor sent them to the fine seamstresses design, the brand name, or the
whether or not by moving from one many ? Be
store's reputation sure to
entire list of registered voters this among our residents.
county to another the person has the Fashion give careful consideration so
mainly in order to get correct Following
year his of Starke you will spend your clothing
changed place permanent Show, members of the
addresses, of which had changedover
many dollar wisely.
residence. or.domicile. In order for a Extension Homemakers Club
the years. person to; change his domicile, two served a delicious luncheon to
all those who attended. It wasa
things must concur: first the person's
Around 1,700 forms were not pleasant, enjoyable mor-
returned, and the names of these actual physical presence at a location, ning, and if you missed it this County Agents
and second, his intent to remain at 1 '. year, make a mental note to
registrants were stricken from the ,1 t l,
location in- ti attend next year.
that permanently or i
books in accordance with the law. Any The Extension
Therefore unless such Notebook
definitely. .
person whose name was stricken may .. Homemakers Clubs are opento
have it restored to the list by appearing person intends to remain in his 'new'county .t\,' ,, any homemaker who is

in person at the supervisor'soffice permanently or indefinitely, his f interested in joining. If you .. '
mere physical presence in such county would like to group in By r. .
..
{
and it known that his
making ='I. I
either of Starke, call
sufficient his Lawtey .
would not be to change
status has not changed. The purpose of I !\ my office ((9b4-6554)) and we Bobby
this procedure is to keep the registration domicile to such county and con- will send you an announce-

list up to date and correct as to sequently, he would" be eligible to votein ment of the next meeting. Taylor !
These clubs meet monthly to
his 'old' county.
addresses. This be done time
may any share homemaking ideas and
before the registration books close on ( : participate in educational
August 10. These opinions by the Attorney programs. Hot days and warm nights
General should help clarify a situation along with adequate moisturewill
has caused confusion in the i il correct number of
The Bradford that some ---- a our
Supervisor reports past, where voters move from the l IIl idl problems of plant growth and
that several names had to be removed
# We are now able to offer two fruit-set in our gardens.
from the list this year because an out county, but because of long time 'new publications for sale from Most folks ,are now con-

of county address was listed on the residence and interest in local political my office. Previously, if you cerned with protecting peas,

return form, indicating that the personno affairs may wish to still continue to !Mrs. Truby Wainwright of the Lawtey Homemakers Club joins Mrs. Lucille Godwin Mrs. wanted a complete pickling beans corn and other
lived in Bradford vote here. Anne Greene Mrs. Harriet Ritharde Mrs. Mary Alice Joiner and Miss Mary Sue Underhill bulletin, or a bulletin on Using vegetables from bugs, worms
longer County. from the Slarke Homemakers Club in showing off their fashion creations. Florida Citrus Fruits you had and other insects. I have had a
This was done in accordance with a to place an order with the number of calls about how to

state law which says: "No person shall The Supervisor of Elections says .. --. University of Florida in avoid wormy, or "buggy"peas.
be permitted to vote in election that under the law the only test is the t Gainesville. Policy has .
any
precinct or district other than the one residence address given by the voteron LettersANOTHER '':,!"\ f t changed,. and I now have a This problem is caused
the form returned to the Supervisor's z1's\ }, supply in my office. The mainly by the cowpea cur-
'
:, II
in which he has his of
permanent place "L
office. If the address is .. canning season is almost here, culio. Sometimes the stinkbugwill
residence and in which he is given f" : and if are looking for few
you damage a pea pods.
IIO\VL <. :
of the the has S
out
county, Supervisor
registered." .'1< some new pickle recipes, you The adult curculio stings the
no choice, under the law, but to Dear Editor -'- will want a copy of the young peas just after the
remove the name from the voter list. It PICKLING bulletin 75 cents. bloom begins to shed and the
In order to clarify this provision of
is then the of the stricken L > The bulletin, USING new begins to form.
duty voterto Your editorial on April 25 ,, pea
the law and be sure it meant what it '
FLORIDA FRUITS CITRUS
Peas should be dusted witha
to the office and the entitled"Our Turn to Howl" is
come give
said. Rep. Frank Williams wrote the very timely and thought-pro- is packed with recipes and information 5 to 10 per cent Toxaphenedust
if the should be
State Attorney General's office and reason, any, why name voking It takes my mind backto on how to use our when the curculio is first
asked two questions: restored. two years ago when Starke Citrus fruits for everything noticed, and especially when
had an efficient dog catcher.He from appetizers, to main the peas are forming. Peas
was efficient until the,, w : dishes, breads, and dessertsand should be dusted every 5 to 7
I then Chief of Police and some : ( lots in between!). This days, depending on weather
This Is Entertainment? Councilmen lost their back- -I-' bulletin is availble for $1.25. conditions. There is a five day
bone and guts to stand up for waiting period between the

If there is any truth to the old wives impossible in many American com- what was right. Rather, they ---- last application of Toxaphenedust

tale about bodies in their munities to other of movie. tried to appease the ones with and harvest.
see
turning any type I have been writing about
the money so as to help them t eAt Toxaphene in concentrations -
graves, the late Walt Disney must be get elected that fall. Dogs be- the talents of homemakers in above 10 per cent is on
literally spinning around in view of what Is there anything that can be done longing to those they were the home sewing field and 1don't the restricted pesticide list.
the movie industry has been churningout about it? Yes. The best weapon trying to appease were among want to ignore those of This means that homeownersor

recently under the heading of "en- presently available was provided last the most frequent violators. others not engaged in
tertainment." June by the U. S. Supreme Court in a Until the citizens of Starke commercial agricultural
surprising decision showing some elect those who are truly production are not permittedto
dedicated to the whole purchase and use those
Consider three of the most publicized concern over the state of morals in the populace rather than to those v pesticides on this list. Most

movies in recent years: "The Last Tangoin U. S. The high court ruled that local wno have money to help themat -- r ttft pesticide dealers are now
Paris," starring Marlon Brando in a communities themselves can decide election time they deserveto 83,still sewing beautiful clothes Is Mrs. Garl Mathewsof asking for permits from
through local courts whether a film is be awakened at two a.m. Starke. She stole the show last Thursday at the 'Starke- customers before selling
relationship that is solely sexual, in- that with the neighborhood dogs Lawtey Extension Homemakers Fashion Show and Lun- restricted pesticides. Permitsfor
cluding the act of sodomy in full view on obscene by community's standards barking under their windows cheon at the Bradford County Agriculture Building. Here purchase of restricted
the screen; "Deep Throat" a pornogra- regardless of what is being shown in the or to go out in the morning and Mrs.Mathews models a blue satin floor length evening gown pesticides can be obtained by

phic film also based on. sexual perversion wide-open big cities. pick up the trash scattered all with matching jacket hich she made. commercial agricultural
over your lawn, or your news- producers from the Florida
and "The Exorcist
; in which a
paper torn to shreds or Department of Agriculture.
Efforts will doubtless be made to get
teenage girl supposedly possessed by carried off entirely
Applications can be made at
decision altered but of Something fererEDITOR'S
this
the devil screams some of the most vile regardless Yes,, it's "Our Turn to your County Agent's office in
language ever heard on the screen the eventual outcome the people Howl, but that howling will Starke.

vomits in a priest's face, andher body a themselves still retain the most effective probably be your neighbors NOTE: In an era when it all the international lines except Russia 1

ghoulish mass of blood pus and welts-- way to curb production of such offensive two dogs in under the morning your window at has become an international fashion to fly American planes? ----

kicks a doctor in the groin and makes films. That is the simple procedure of attack the United States here's a Why does no other land on earth even Pasture managementshould

lewd overtures to her mother. refusing to patronize them. Only whenwe -"Dog Tired" refreshing change. Gordon Sinclair, a 73- consider putting a man or woman on the be the concern of our
refuse to pay admission to see (Name withheld on request.) year-old Canadian radio and TV com- moon? cattlemen even though thereis

debased movies will Hollywood again mentator, made this editorial broadcastlast You talk about Japanese technocracy, more grass now than we
What is even more disturbing is the fact real entertainment that have had all Feed
produce amuses and get radios. You talk about year. prices
you
that such films replete with violenceand rather than shocks and revolts its Star Student summer. German technocracy, and dictate that we must produceas
sex have multiplied until it is almost audience.Don't This Canadian thinks it is time to you get much grazing and hay as
Award Won By speak up for the Americans as the most automobiles.You we possibly can during this
talk about American technocracy grazing season. Fertilizer
generous and possibly the least ap- and you find men on the moon not shortages and high prices tellsus

I The FirstMore Beth ChapmanBeth preciated people on all the earth.... once but several times and safely that we must get the most

Light Germany, Japan and, to a lesser home again. we dollar.can from our fertilizer

Carman Chapman, of extent, Britain and Italy were lifted out You talk about scandals, and the
than ten years ago the U. S. cigarettes continue to be a factor in the Bradford High than School, is of the debris of war by the Americanswho Americans put theirs right in the store 150 Most pounds pastures of nitrogen can use ,up 100 to
250 Florida
General issued the first death of thousands of Americans among more in billions of dollars and
Surgeon students who have been poured window for everybody to look at. pounds of phosphate and 100
government report warning that annually. designated as STAR student forgave other billions in debts. Even their draft- odgers are not pounds of potash during the

cigarette smoking is hazardous to life and are now eligible to None of these countries is today pursued and hounded. They are here on growing year. Phosphate and

and health. Although an estimated ten With ten years elapsed since the compete for scholarships paying even the interest on its our streets, and most of them unless potash one can time usually in the be appliedat

million Americans have stopped precedent-setting report, it is time for totaling The more students than $8,000 were remaining debts to the United States. they are breaking Canadian laws are Nitrogen should be applied spring.in

smoking since that time cigarettesales the new assessment of what can be nominated by their principalsor When the franc was in danger of getting American dollars from Ma'and two to three applications.

are still at a record high and done to discourage smoking. The guidance counselors and collapsing in 1956, it was the Americanswho ,Pa at home to spend here. ... Pasture rotation or con-

today some 52 million Americans are stakes are high, for 3,000 teenagers the scholarship awards are propped it up,and their reward was, When the railways of France, Germany trolled grazing is a good
victims of the habit.If become new smokers every day. being provided by Florida to be insulted and swindled on the t and India down best practice to follow. It is usually
businessmen as part of the were breaking to graze the pasture,
State Chamber ofCommerceStudentTeacher streets of Paris.I through age, it was the Americans who remove the cattle to another
any other easily preventable Perhaps what is needed for those Achieve- was there. I saw it. rebuilt them. field, and then mow tough

major cause of death were to be who are already hooked on the habit is ment Recognition program. When distant cities are hit by ear- When the Pennsylvania Railroad and seed stalks and weeds to

identified by medical science there an effective group-action organization One student in each of the 15 thquakes, it is the United States that New York Central went broke, nobody encourage new leaf and grass
growth. This should the
would no doubt be a tremendous public similar to Alcoholics Anonymous. The state Congressional will receive Districts at least of the a hurries in to help. This spring, 59 loaned them an .old caboose. Both are tt .a' pasture succulent green keep and

demand for action to wipe it out. best remedy, or preventive for the $500 scholarship award and American communities were, flattenedby still broke. '. utritious. Droppings should

However although there is no non-smoker, of course, is to convince possibly a $1,000 grant, plus a tornadoes. Nobody helped. I can name'you 5,000 times when the be spread by using a chain or
legitimate doubt about the devastating himself or herself never to light that week's Caribbean cruise if he The Marshall Plan and Truman Policy Americans raced to the help of other spring-tooth harrow or other

effects of smoking on human health. first cigarette. or the she STAR is selected banquet as winner at in pumped billions upon billions of dollars people in trouble. suitable drag.Closely grazed. pastures

Tallahassee on May 20. into discouraged countries. Can you name me even one time when become weak and thin and
I I Purpose of the program is to Now newspapers in these countriesare someone else raced to the Americans in opens the way for weed
1.9.Rj give recognition to high school writing about the decadent warmongering trouble? growth and erosion.
4 BRADFORD students in their Rotational Is for
C0c/ junior year Americans. grazing good
I don't think there
outside
: : who excel in scholastics was help pastures as well as .your
leadership, and citizenship. Td like to see just one of those even during. the San Francisco ear- cattle. With rest, the pasture
trIrwaph! countries that is gloating over the thquake. has time to produce
erosion of the United States dollar build maximum nutritious
O\ Our neighbors have faced it alone and grass.
\ rort atM its own airplanes. rm one Canadian who is damned tired of Electric fences can be used to
M. MILLER r Come on, let's hear it! subdivide pastures. Rotate
BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN hearing them kicked around. pasture plots before animalsare
Publishers Does any other country in the world They will come out of this thing with hungry and while enough
Published each Thursday and entered as Second Class Matter at the Poat Office at Starke, have a plane equal to the Boeing Jumbo their flag high. leaf surface of the grass

J Fla. under Act of March 3, 1879. J Jet, the Lockheed Tristar or the And when they do, they are entitledto remains for rapid growth and

Subscription rate in trade area: 16 per years 3.50 six months. Douglas 10 thumb their nose at the lands that are recovery.For about
Information
Outside trade area: $7 per year: 4.00 six months. Starke, Fla. gloating over their troubles. more
Phone 964-6305 pasture management, call
t U so,why don't they fly them? Why do I hope Canada is not one of these your County Agent's office jfi

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NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, highest bidder at the court I, Robert James Starling, will
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF house door on the 20th day of
be for bills
Annie Cooper has made not responsible any

Application to the Bradford FLORIDA BRADFORD, COUNTYIn IN AND FOR May, 1974, at 11:00: A.M. made for or by any one other r FOR SALE J

County Zoning Board for Dated this 8th day of April, than myself,as of April 15, 1974.

reclassification of the
property 1974.
Re: Estate of GEORGE L.
Robert James
described below from OR to MP Starling
PATTEN, deceased.
(Junkyard). Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk --- -, By Elizabeth Civen Walter FOR SALE: Family milk cow

SE1/4of SW 1/4 of SE 1/4 NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo By Beulah M. Moody MOBILE HOME MOVING. Also with calf. Call 964-5219. 2tp

Ex RW Property lying approximately Clerk of Circuit Court, SCHOOL NEWSA I Can Circle will sell dinners mobile home hurricane anchoring 5/9

1/4 mile South of Hwy all creditors and all persons of Bradford County, Ra. BROOKERIN First Aid class has been from the kitchen. Sunday an*mobile home roof __ _-- -- -----

100A (Griffis Loop). having claims or demands 4/184t 5/9 organized at the Vo-Tech that services will begin with coating. Olin's MOBILE Home FOR SALE: 5 year old mare with
This change in classification is BRIEFby each from School at 9:30. Mor- 964-5606. Rt. 100 W.
against said estate. will meet Monday Sunday : Service. 9 month old bay filly. Been
subject to a public hearing to be You, and each of you, are NOTICE OFAPPLICATION 4630. ning service at 11:00: a.m. with Starke, Fla. tfchg wormed. Mare trained for

held on Tuesday May 27 at 7:30: hereby notified and required to FOR Jeannette Pr escottBROOKER This class is organized to the Youth in charge. Dinner -----------:- Western pleasure. Filly halter

PM in the County Commissionroom present any claims and demands TAX DEED prepare people and provide will be served at 12:30.: Leagueat FULL TIME EMPLOYMENT: broken. Good conformation.

at the Bradford County which you, or either of you, may ELEMENTARY them with knowledge and 4:00: p.m. Evening Worshipat Rod and reel repair work. Ph 7823576. 1tp 5/9

Court House at which time all have against the estate of NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, SCHOOL skills to meet most of the 6:00: p.m. with the Women Commission only. Call 473- ____ __ ___ ___
interested shall be heard
persons George L. Patten, deceased, to the holderof SOFTBALLThe needs of most situations when Home Mission in charge. The 4357. tfchg.
Thomas
for or against the proposal, as that Leroy FOR SALE: 6 by 9 linoleum
the Judge of the said Court, has emergency first aid care is public is invited. ------------
certificates Brooker Softball team
specified in the Zoning Code of the following 9 12 S5,98,12 by 12
County Courthouse Bradford needed. We all need to know Greater Allen Chapel AME $3.50, by
filed said certificates for a tax remained undefeated by
Bradford County. County, Florida, within six deed to be issued thereon. The beating First Baptist and the prevention of accidents.All Church, Rev. B. C. Williams, HOUSE PAINTER: Interior and $11.95 and 12 by 15 $14.94
DISCOUNT.
months from the date of the first and of Gulf last week. interested adults are Pastor. Service schedule as exterior qua'liIY work. up. DAHMERS
numbers Cunningham
certificate years
John Torode Chairman
publication of this notice. of the First invited to attend. The class follows: Sunday services will Reasonable rates, Free tfchg.
the Against
Bradford Co. Board. Issuance, description Baptist
Zoning 473-4309 Itp --- -------
Each claim or demand must property, and the names in Monday night, Joe Robinson will run for six weeks. begin with Sunday School at estimate. Call --

be in writing and must state the All interested adults are 10:00: a.m, Morning service at 6/9
L. M. Gaines, Director which it was assessed are as went 3 for 3 at the plate. attend __________ FOR SALE: Epiphone Guitars
all other
place of residence and post- Jerome also collected 3 invited to 11:00: with the Youth in --
Kelley
follows .
:
Itp 5/9 office address of the claimant hits. Gene Melvin homered in classes in the various centersfor charge. Evening service at HOUSE PAINTING: Interior and made in Japan by, Gbson now

and must be sworn to by the Certificate No. 63. Year of the if th inning. Bass and Mott job improvement, self- 5:30.: All members are askedto exterior, hourly or by con at Dahmers Discount. tfchg.

NOTICE claimant, his agent, or his at- Issuance: 1972.Description collected 2 hits each. Joe improvement, trade, or please cooperate with the given".
N 1/2 tract. Estimates gladly ___ _____:... __
torney, or it will become void of Property: Robinson singled in the sixth earning a diploma. For information Baby contest activity, which First class workmanship
according to law. of SW 1/4 of NE 1/4 of SW 1/4 call Vo-Tech 964- will terminate Sunday May 26
Ben C. Spears has made inning driving in the winningrun guaranteed. Lonnie Roberts, WATSON'S
and Lot in NW 1/4 of SW 1/4,
Each creditor shall deliver 6150.
Application to the Bradford in a close game that ended at 3:00: p.m. Raiford, Fla. Ph. 431-1768. 4t HOUSE OFVACUUMS
County Zoning Board for reclassification sufficient copies of his claim to Being 237', N and S by 100', E 87. Bobby Dyal made a coupleof New Bethel Baptist Church 59SAWS

of the property enable the Court to mail one to and W. Sec: 22, T-6-S R-22-E. outstanding defensive playson NAACP NEWS Rev. Leroy Davis, Pastor. --- --____ ___ Many brands of new vacuums

described below from OR to BA. each personal representative.Dated Name in which assessed: third base. J. E. Mott was Bradford County Branch of Service schedule follows: $39.00 up. Used machines

Property Located 1/4 West of April 17, A. D. 1974. Sallie Williams.All the winning pitcher. NAACP will hold its regular Wednesday night 7:30: Bible SHARPENED, "woTCguaranteed. $10. Expert Repairs all

Hwy 16 on 229A to-wit: Beg. of said property being in Thursday night against meeting May 7 at 7:30.: All Class and Prayer Meeting. Call 964-7509 pr mom Parts and Accessoriesfor

804.4 ft. W of SE Cor. of SW George L. Patten,Jr. the County of Bradford, State of Cunningham Gulf, Brookerwon Interested citizens are invitedto Saturday at 6:00: p.m. Deacon leave at Jackson BuildingSupply all vacuums. Built in

1/4 of NE 1/4 on N. R/W of Helen K. PattenAs Rorida. 63. Some good base attend. and Deaconess Board meeting Starke or Keystone central vacuum cleaning

Hwy 229A run W Cor. of R/W Executors of the Last Will Unless such certificate or running by Robinson and There will be a program will be held. Church con Heights. Tfchg. systems. 712 N. Main,

505 ft. to W line of SW 1/4 of and Testament of George L. certificates shall be redeemed Melvin helped to make the presented May 12 at HJE ference will be held Saturday Gainesville 3767110. TF

NE14N862E511.2S869.4toPOB. Patten, Deceased. according to law the property difference. Brooker played a Cafetorium, title "Strugglefor evening at 7:30.: Sunday MIKE STARLING'S LAND
5/9 4t 5/30 described in such certificate or Black Identity." The services will begin with CLEARING, fill dirt and top

This. change in classification is I certificates will be sold to the good Cunningham defensive to just game 3 runs.holding J. public is invited to attend. Sunday School at 9:30: Mor- soil, 7 miles south of Starke FOR Southgate SALE: Group subdivision, of! )16 lots !in inon301.Ph,468.1420.5tp523

subject to a public hearing to be NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO highest door bidder the at 20th the court of E. Mott was the winning DELL CHAPTER 168 OES ning service at 11:00: a.m. : _______ southeast Starke to be sold as
held on Tuesday May 25. 1974 at REGISTER house on day pitcher. Dell Chapter will hold its Communion will be given in ---- City and
Com FICTITIOUS NAME May, 1974, at 11:00: A.M. 6:30( service.. STARKE CYCLE CENTER, 207 package. sewerage
7:30: PM in the County This week Brooker plays regular meeting Thursday : available. Ph. 964-6078,
water
Dated this 8th of April,
the Bradford day Kbenezer: Baptist, Rev. N. Temple Ave Ph. 964-6020,
at
mission room First Methodist Wednesday night (tonight) May 10, 1974 at Bruce Scott, Jackson's Build
County Court House at which Pursuant to Section 86509 1974. night and will play Smith and 8:00: p.m. Election of officersis Leroy Davis Pastor. Service Your authorized HODAKA Supply after 5 p.m. Ph.
ing
time all persons interested shall Florida Statutes, notice if here Brown tonight at 8:15.: to be held for the coming schedule follows: Thursday dealer, tfchg.
964-5262. tfchg.
Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk ______
heard for the by given that the undersigned night at 7:30: Prayer Meetingand
be or against Parent Teacher ConferenceDay year. All members are invitedto __ __
proposal, as specified in the Sandra Alvarez, 602 Alton Road, By Beulah M. Moody will be tomorrow May 10. attend. With the Bible Class. May 11th the EARN UP,: TO $100 per week in

Zoning Code of Bradford Starke, Florida 32091 doing Clerk of Circuit Court, The School Advisory cooperation of everyone we president and Junior Choir spare time while earning two FOR SALE: Welsh size mare,

County. business under the firm name of of Bradford County, Ra. Committee will meet next can have a prosperous year. will go on a picnic at 10:00: complete wardrobes a year. gentle, wormed, negative

"KLIP & KURL", 153 W. Call 4/18 4t 5/9 week Thursday, May 16. a.m. Thursday night May 9th For information call 9647430. Wood test. $50. Ph. 2843278.

John Torode, Chairman Street, Starke, Bradford Communion service will be 1tp 5/9
Mini-Olympics: CIIUItCH NEWS 5/93tp 5/23
_____ _
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Bradford Co. Zoning Board.L. County, Florida 32091, intendsto IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Teachers, students, flags, Greater Bethlehem held at 8:00: p.m. May 16 there ---- --------

register said fictitious name THE 8th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN and enthusiasm were the Freewill Baptist Church, Rev. will be a Board meeting for REDUCE: Safe and fast with FOR SALE: Red bliss potatoes,

M. Gaines, Director under the provisions of aforesaid AND FOR BRADFORD main ingredietns to last Jasper Williams, Pastor. the Mt. Siani Association at GoBese Tablets and E-Vap bu. Rt. 1, Box 64,
Leper
1tp 5/9 statute. COUNTY, FLORIDA. Friday's Mini-Olympics, held Service schedule follows : First Baptist Church in "water pills" ANDREWS John Crews. Itp 5/9

Sandra Alvarez, sole owner. here at Brooker ElementarySchool. Weekly services began Gainesville, Fla. Rev. Eugene PHARMACY 356 W. --_-_____ ___

NOTICE Dated this 8th day of May, A. CASE NO: 74-105 Monday with Choir No. 3 and Ganey, pastor. There will not Madison Street, Starke. 3tp FOR SALE:2 Heifers.22 months
D. 1974 at Starke, Rorida. the 3rd
be Sunday
based services on
Competition was on Ushers Board 2 meeting. 5/9 old. Call 964-6558. Itp
5/9 4t 5/30 In Re: the Marriage of: S. grade levels with a boys and Tuesday night Senior Choir because the Women Home
Carl Haile has made Ap- -- ----- ---- ----- --- ----
BRUCE JARVIS, Petitioner, and girls division in each. The rehearsal was held. Prayer Mission convention will beheld
plication to the Bradford County FOR SALE Good used header'strained.
FREE KITTENS :
: Adoragle,
standing broad jump, javelin is held each Wed-
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO MARIE JARVIS Respondent. Meeting
reclassificationof
Zoning Board for for a LUV truck. Ph. 782.3085
Call after 5pm. 964-
throw and the 100
wrestling,
REGISTER nesday night. Thursday night
the property described below after 6pm. 2tp 5/9
from OR to MP. FICTITIOUS NAME NOTICE BYPUBLICATION yard dash made up the field the Ladies Circle will meet at CARDOFTHANKSThe : 6019.:..5/9 2tchg.5/16 __ :.. ___
of the late Mr.
events. the home of Mrs. Leola Mc- family
Steel Mill Road Across
from On Owens Joist Plant. SW 1/2 Pursuant to Section 86509 Gold, Silver, and Bronze Cutchen. Story Hour will be Jessie Randolph, Jr. wishes to BILL THE ELECTRICIAN and FOR SALE: Used vacuum clean

of NE 1/2 of DTRD ex 305 ft. Ex Florida Statutes, notice is here To: MARIE JARVIS medals were awarded to first, held at (the church Thursday express sincere appreciationfor subcontractor. Fast service ers, $10 and up. YOUNGand

5A in SW cor Ex RW. by given that the undersignedMary Route 1, Box 125B second and third place night also. Friday night the the many cards, lovely emergency service. If its KIRBY CO. 117 N. Walnut St.

This in classification is Martin,2229 Raiford Road, Starke, Florida 32091 finishers respectively with Prayer Band will meet at the flowers, letters of condolence, !in the home we do it. Call 964- 5/2 3tchg 5/16

subject change to a public hearing to be Starke, Florida 32091 doing (Last known address) fourth place receiving rib- home of Mrs. Rebecca Allen. and all the acts of kindness 8087. 4tp 5/23 __ _____ __ ___
shown them during their bereavement ---- --- ----
business under the firm name of bons. Rehearsal will be held for Crib and
held on Tuesday May 28, 1974 at FOR SALE: mattress
7:30: PM in the County Commission CHARLIE'S CARPET AND IN- YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a Relay teams composed of Choir No. 2 at 6:00: p.m. May God Bless WOULD LIKE TO RENT: 3 carriage, reasonable. Excellent -

room at the Bradford STALLATION", 126 N. CourtSt. Petition for Dissolution of twelve students from each Friday evening. Saturday and you all. bedroom house close to UCI condition. 1021 Palm

County Court House at which ., Starke, Bradford County, Marriage has been filed against class participated in a 300 pd with option to buy. Ph. 964Street, Starke. Itp 5/9/

time all persons interested shall Florida 32091, intends to register you in the above named Court, yard relay. All relay par- 6474. 1tp 5/9 ___ __ __ __
said fictitious under the and to a ticipants received ribbon GO BABY GO!
be heard for or against the name you are required serve SMALL: FUNERAL --- ---- ---- FOR SALE: Fresh squash and

proposal, as specified in the provisions of aforesaid statute. copy of your answer or pleadingto awards for their performance If you want the youngsterin The funeral of Mr. Richard GREEN'S LAWN SERVICE: We string beans. You pick or we

Zoning Code of Bradford Dated Mary Martin this 30th, sole owner.of Petitioner's the Petition on CAROL the CITY COUNCIL your life to go places, Small was held Sunday at 2 mow all size lawns, edge, trim pick In Hampton. Call 468-
,
day April, Attorney
County. you'll be glad to know that p.m. at New Bethel Baptist hedges and fertilize lawns and 1315. Itp 59COLORADO
:MEETINGThe
A. D. 1974 at Starke, Florida. WILD SCOTT, 11 West
getting around with baby is Church under the direction of flowers. Free Ph.
of the estimates. ----- -- -- --
54tp 523NOTICE University Avenue, Gainesville, regular Meeting
John Torode, Chairman -and Chestnut and Haile Funeral
easier infants
Brooker Commission will getting on 964-8440 after 6 p.m. 2tp 5/16
Florida 32601 and file the City
Bradford Co. Zoning Board 40
Acres
$9,750
their parents! Hedstrom Co., Home. :
the
be held
OF INTENTIONTO original answer or pleading in at Community leading manufacturer of juvenile Mr. Small is the brother of Total Price. $95 Down, $95
L. M. Gaines, Director REGISTER the office of the Clerk of the Center !in Brooker, May 13, a LOSE WEIGHT:: Safely and fast
furniture vehicles and Mr. Columbus Small of Monthly. Highway Frontage!
1tp 5/9 FICTITIOUS NAME Circuit Court in and for Bradford Monday, at 7:30: p.m. The' with X-11 Diet Plan $300.
toys has just rolled off then Starke. Beautifully situated in the
County, Florida, on or before public is invited to attend. REDUCE Excess Fluids with famous San Luis Valley.

865.09 20 1974.If X-Pel, 300. Back
Section
Pursuant to May i,1 Money Surrounded by 13,000 ft.
Statutes is fail to do judgmentby Personals Guarantee Koch
Florida notice you so Drug
direct from
CALL FOR BIDS hereby given that the undersigned default will be taken againstyou H. M. Mott of Tallahasseehas 15tchg 7/25 peaks. Buy owner.
STEED, 911 West 10th,
AND INSTRUCTIONSTO demanded in been visiting his family in
John Beckett, P. O. for the relief -- -- -- -- -
Amarillo, Texas 79101, 806-
BIDDERS Box 353, Starke, Florida, 32091, the Petition. Gainesville and Brooker since Filing! Cabinents; office fur 376-8680. 1tp 5/9

doing business under the firm WITNESS my hand and seal Friday. niture; index file drawers. _ _ __
Sealed bids will be received by name of "BECKETT'S this 15th day of April, A. D. NEW RIVER BAPTIST -a Bradford County Telegraph. TF

Board of County Commissionersfor TRANSFER", P. O. Box 353, 1974. CHURCH "..I

Bradford County, Florida, at Edwards Road, Starke, Bradford Tne New River Church P

the Office of Mr. Gilbert S. County, Florida 32091, intendsto Gilbert S. Brown, young people gave Mike and Alan Baxter
Brown, Clerk of the County register said fictitious name Clerk Dwight Emery a dinner and

Commissioners, in the Bradford under the provisions of aforesaid By: Beulah M. Moody swimming party at Kingsley line a swivel-wheel stroller
County Courthouse, Starke, statute. Deputy Clerk Lake Sunday afternoon. ..I t w
with a frame that also can accommodate rll.1CQ"pcQ Contractor
Florida up until 11:00: A.M. John Beckett, sole owner. 4/18/ 4t 59NOTICE/ Mrs. Ruby Hodges Mrs. available Painting: :
a separately
Friday May 17, 1974, at which Dated this 25th day of April, Pearl Markey, and Leslie infant seat
easily
time and place bids received will A. D. 1974 at Starke, Rorida. OF INTENTIONTO Green attended the Parrish and securely car ...id.ntialCamm.rcial

be publicly opened and read 4/254tp 516NOTICE REGISTER Reunion at Lake Butler
The stroller is made to
aloud for furnishing and installing Sunday afternoon.
FICTITIOUS NAME hold the General Motors In-
: Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green Join the happy hundredswho 9645236Serving
OF INTENTIONTO Love Seat that is securedby
fant
REGISTER Pursuant to Section 865.09 and Ilean were visiting their will find joy in worshipthis
the standard seat belts
FURNITURE FOR BRAD- son Allen and his family in Sunday at First
FICTITIOUS NAME Florida Statutes, notice is here The Starke and Keystone
found on most modern American
FORD COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT Church of
that the undersigned Wildwood Saturday, May 4. Baptist Starke.
by
given automobiles, to protect
Area.
329
NORTH
James Trowell, P. O. Box 421, Heights TF
CHURCH STREET, STARKE, Pursuant to Section 865.09Florida infants in case of sudden stops. 9:45a.m.:
FLORIDA. Statutes, notice is Lake Butler, Florida, doing Now, after the car ride is Sunday School
hereby that the under business under the firm name of
given over, your car seat quickly
Paul P. O. Box "STARKE SEA FOOD", 212 E. BRADFORD COUNTY 11:00: a.m.
signed ,
SPECIFICATIONS MAY BE Stegall converts to a stroller and you Morning
434, Keystone Heights, Florida, Washington Avenue, Starke, SCHOOL ;MENU Worship
SEEN AT THE OFFICE OF THE walk your baby back home! Message:
CLERK IN THE COURTHOUSE.Gilbert doing business under the firm Bradford County, Florida, :May 13- 17 In addition, the infant "Will the Circle Be SPRINTINGFor

name of Paul's Drive-In 32091, intends to register said seats can be used to carry the Unbroken"

S. Brown, Clerk Cleaners, 418 West Call Street fictitious name under the Monday Chili with beans, child between the house and

5/92t 516NOTICE Starke, Florida, 32091, intendsto provisions of aforesaid statute. tossed salad with tomato, the car. .
6:15p.m.Church
said fictitious sole pears, bread manager'schoice g
register name James Trowell, owner.
....
Training
I under the provisions of aforesaid Dated this 30th day of April, cookie, milk. .. --- Courses Available
:
statute. A. D. 1974 at Starke, Florida. Tuesday Macaroni and
1. "The Abundant Life"
5/2 4t 5/23 cheese, Half egg, green beans, QUALITY
APPLICATIONFOR 2. "The Life of Christ"
OF
half cake
roll milk.
Paul Stegall, orange, ,
TAX DEED 3. "Christian Worker
Sole Owner Wednesday -Fried chicken MOBILE HOMESAT

with gravy, rice, greens, Training"t.
Dated this 16th day of April,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, A. D. 1974 at Starke, Rorida. INTENT TO PASS peaches, cornbread, milk. "Youth DiscIpleshIp"
that Irene Goodwine the holderof
4/184tp 5/9 LOCAL LEGISLATIONThe Thursday Hamburger on

the following certificates has bun, {lettuce, tomato, pickle, ECONOMYPRICES 7:30 p.m.

filed said certificates for a tax Keystone Golf and Country French fries, orange juice, Evening Worship : 1

deed to be issued thereon. The NOTICE OFAPPLICATION Club, Inc. intends to seek a cookie, milk.FridayManager's. Message:

certificate numbers and years of FOR special beverage permit in this choice 'The Strangest Secret" '
1L
issuance, the description of the regular session of the Rorida I That
TAX DEED
property, and the names in Legislature. University "The Church With a heart

which it was assessed are as 5 In the Heart of Starke"
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
follows: William L. Mobile
Harrington, Homes
SpecialOccasion
that Isham Wilson the holder of
Certificate No. 45, Year of President Call 964-6562

Issuance, 1972.Description the following certificates has 5/2/ 2t 59NOTICE for free transportation
of property: N 1 filed said certificates for a tax On the birdge of Avignon, 4411 NW. 13th St.

AC of W9 AC of NW 1/4 of SW deed to be issued thereon. The you're only a few miles from

1/4 SEC 17.6-22. certificate numbers and years of the Palace of the Popes, a Gainesville, Fla

Name in which assessed: issuance, the description of the OF INTENTIONTO Holiday Inn and the sectionof ore p..rrenb Palter
property and the names in France Van
Gogh went
.
Unknown.All which it was assessed are as REGISTER crazy over! 377-4411 William Oem'.e,Mm.of Muiic You want it to be a perfect
of said property being in FICTITIOUS NAME
the County of Bradford, State of follows: -- wedding? Set the tone from the
Certificate No. 51, Year of _
-- n
Florida. Issuance 1972.Description Pursuant to Section 86609 start with quality invitations
,
Unless such certificate or Honda Statutes, notice is here- NOW OPEN an

certificates shall be redeemed 420ft, N from of SE Property Cor of SW: Com.1/4 by given that the undersignedBen O t.O nouncements and stationery. Comesee

according to law the property Box 1045, Starke, KNOWIESGARAGE
Spears, Christian
described in such certificate or of SW 1/4, and run W 115', N Florida 32091 doing business Bethany our tasteful selection and con
50', E 115' S 50', to POB. Sec.
,
certificates will be sold to the 21, T-6-S, R22E. under the firm name of "BUD'SAUTOMOTIVE" Bookstore sult with our experts.We're .
highest bidder at the court Road- .229-A,
,
house door on the 4th day of Name in which assessed, Bradford SR-225 (Old Bayless Hwy)
Heilbronn Springs, GoliasvilU Flo
Josephine Elerson. 1521 NW 6th ST. WeddIng Specialists
June, 1974. County, Florida 32091, intendsto Auto Repair
All of said in
property being
Dated this 2nd day of May, said fictitious name 377-4238
the County of Bradford, State of register Specializing In. Bradford
1974. under the provisions of aforesaid of County
Gilbert S. Brown Florida. Brake Gainesville's greatest selection
Unless such certificate or statute. Repair
by Beulah M. Moody sole owner. BIBLES-CHRISTIAN BOOKSMUSICOIFTSCHURCH -
Ben Spears,
Clerk of Circuit Court of certificates shall be redeemed Tune UpseMotor
Dated this 30th day of April, SUPPLIES TELEGRAPHPage
law the
according to
property
Bradford County, Florida A. O. 1974 at Starke, Florida.
5/9 4t 6/30: : described in such certificate or 5/2 4tp 5/23 Overhaul Hours Mon.-Thurs. 9-6; Fri. 9-9; Sat. 10-5
certificates will be sold to the




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FOR SALE: Gas stove (natural
gas). Double oven, 4 FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house, I
top ----------
burners $50. Call 410 W. Andrews Street. Call INSURANCEAT
9646898.1tp I
5/9 Tolbert McCoy 9647818. Itp REDUCED RATES Cash & Carry Tires / L
5/9 (
)
FOR ?; ;: -- AUTO FIRE. BOAT 412 E CALL :
SALE: SaTurdaylwby"";;; : ---------- ;

Assorted house plants, some FOR RENT: :2 bedroom trailer, DOYLE E.CONNERINSURANCE TIRESFRONT r'ine (
dish gardens 637 N. Water West Market Road. Has AGENCY Taken
St hp 5/9 closed in porch. S. W. TCHG ''I))1 END I 2IMM : : ) )

----- ----- Haisten. Ph.964-7460.1tp 5/9 &
--
FOR SALE: 22 snub revolver ------------ I BRAKE SERVICE

$19.95, :25 automatic $39,95, FOR RENT: 1 bedroom fur- Sewing Machine :I
38 revolver from $49.95, 357 nished apartment. Ph. 964- 964-5800 I

magnum revolvers $11995 5065 or 9645142. Itp 5/9 RepairAll QUALITY TIRES &
nine MMM automatic
------------
9129.95. DAHMERS makes cleaned, oiled and l SERVICE FOR LESS

DISCOUNT. lOtchg 5/30 FOR RENT: Furnished 12 x 60 adjusted $7. All work guar TFN

----- ------- mobile home 3 bedrooms, air anteed. James Strickland ..
LOTS -Zoned for mobile homes conditioned, carpeted. Call Morgan Road and SR-16. Ph. -- as

and houses. Several sub- 431-1321 any day except 964-8733 or 7823189.
divisions to choose from. Only Tuesday. 1t 5/9 tfchg ] '
$95 down. ------------
Monthly paymentsto
suit your budget. Ph. 468- Town FinanceNew
1551 or 964-8331. ftchg. FOR RENT 12' wide' mobile' $ SAVES"FRED ]
homes outside city limits. J. ]
B.White. Ph.964-6114. If no
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answer\ call 9648775. tfchg. DAVIS ] Office Hours ]

KDR SALE: "Registered Angus ------------ GMC TRUCKS ]

Bull Phone 964-6114 J.or B.9648775.White. FOR Also RENT furnished: Furnished and cottage.unfurnished L BUICK LITTLE- RIDE PONTIAC"A CAN ] Beginning May 4,1974 ]]

tfchg. apartments. W. H. SAVE YOU A LOT" TF We Will Be Closed All Day Sat. ] ;:

Nollman. tfchg. GREEN COVE SPRINGS" I I r
-- -- '
-- --- -- May 8th We Will Be ]I
------------ ] beginning
FOR SALE: LOTS: WHISPERING I
PINES ESTATES 7 miles United FarmAgencyInc I Open All Day Wed. ]
FOR RENT: Vacancy Bradford I
west of Starke on Brownlee ]
Road. Zoned for mobile Village Apt. For info. call ]
Strout Realty, Inc., Reg. Town Finance S
homes or houses. Ph. 964- REG. REAL ESTATE BROKER Si I
5219. 5/2 4tp 5/23. Broker. 2117 N. Temple Ave. I i
.. Ph. 9646609. tfchg. PAUL FAULKNERBROKERIRENE
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1
] 226 N. Temple D I

FOR SALE: One burner oil stove ,... FAULKNERASSOC.ROBERT ] 964-7449 j

$13.50, two burner $18,95, 3 FAULKNER-ASSOC I K I
4T CHO
burner $25: ,50. DAHMERS HOUSES FOR SALE LOUISE MCRAE-ASSOC. II I

DISCOUNT. 10tchg 5/30 .... ...,..j 2305 N. TEMPLE AVE
--- ---- ----- STARKE. FLA 964-5O65 I

FOR SALE: Argentine Bahia WANT TO SELL OR BUY
:; Hay $1.25: at barn. Seed 75 Large two story house on corner REAL ESTATE?
Two Months
cents per lb. 50 acres land on lot 88 x 210 feet. Presently split CALL US FOR BEST PRICES
road 100 in city limits(Starke).
into four furnished
up apart- PROSPECTS WAITING
TFCHG
1. Booking orders for eggs, ments. Free Rent!

Hulsey game chicken, Jumbo I
Quail, Jumbo pheasants and 20 acres with 660 feet on US- JIMMY MOORE'S BRADFORD
Wild turkeys. J. M. Edwards
301. Good terms. Sun SportsMORE
Box 628 Phone 9645379Starke. .
4/4 4tp 4125-- SACKETT-REALTOR BOAT FOR PARK I )
- --- 205 N.Temple(US.301)) YOUR MONEY TF MOBILE HOME LOTS ONA

;'TV Color picture tubes only 964-6522 STARKE PH 964-5791 YEARLY LEASE YOU I )
$79 plus labor Dahmers Nile 468-1753 GET 12 MO. FOR THE

Discount tfchg. COMPLETE OUTBOARD & PRICE OF 10 MO. S3O.OOMOS3OO.OOYR I
STERN DRIVE SERVICE I

20 acres with well, septic tank AND REPAIR CITY
and light pole $23,000 COMPLETE FIBERGLASS SEWER.WATER ELEC.

WANTED J REPAIR Adult Park96459B8
20 acres :2 acres planted l
CUSTOM BUILT FIBERGLASS -
pines, 14 pecan trees $24,000 ''
FISHING BOATS
HWY 301 NORTH i
WANTED: Cook at Garden 20 acres,planted pines $28,000
1757
N.
Restaurant. Apply in person. TEMPLE

5/9 3tchg. 5/23 2 BR, 1 bath, CB home $25,500 Adult Mobile
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-- ----
ANTED: "A qualified SchoolTeacher 2 BR Mobile Home on 100 x 200 Home ParkIN

J who is Born Again, Canal lot, Santa Fe Lake $13,500 MOBILE
OLINS
CITY LIMITS S3O A MONTH
believes the Bible to be the :
Word or God willing to 3 BR, 1 bath frame, garage, WALK TO NEIGHBORHOOD HWY. 100 W. PH.964-5606
sacrifice to New chain link fence, large lot, E. ':
r, | pioneer a GROCERY AND NEW .
i Christian School at Hampton, Washington Street. SHOPPING CENTER :.::
Fla. Call 468-1666 or write NO PETS TF LARGE SELECTION OF .
Very nice lost on N. Temple
\ Rev. Melvin Hamel Box 208. HOMES IN
JO-LU COURT REPOSSESSED
11f1,1) Hampton Fla. 5/9 4tchg 5/30 Ave. East of Court House 50 x
200 feet (Approximately) Priced CONDITION. AT A
, ; U.S. 301 SOUTH
r. JS, ------ -- -----
1',1 reasonably with terms.A. .
[WANTED: Lady to come to my PHONE 964-881O
r home to take care of infant .J.THOMAS REALTOR 1
twins. Call 964-8072. 1tp 5/9 621 N.Walnut
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WANTED: Men who can braze 964-6162 PumpsNew SEWING
LILLIAN
carpentry and metal work. C. PEARSON

See Ray Whittle 5 miles ASSOCIATE And UsedSALES EXPERIENCED
782-3806
Lawtey -
south
on 301. next to Pallet -
Factory. Itp 59Cleaning WE WILL

------------ FOR SALE: Nice C. B. con PARTS IF YOU ARE SEEKING
strutted house, 2 BR, central SERVICE
WANTED: lady, apply
in person. Own transportation A/H. Carport nice grounds. DEEP & SHALLOW WELLS PERMANENT
Near shopping, nice area. Ph.
preferred. 1327 E. Call St. 5/9/
Sc 3tchg 523WANTED 9647246. Itp 5/9 Plumbing Supplies Cadillac
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FOR SALE: 3 bedroom living EXPERT SERVICEON e j
Used furniture room, dining room and kit 441 E. BROWNLEE
ALL
chen bath for MAKES.
one quick sale.
refrigerators, washers Dahmer's -
Discount House. tfchg Call 964-8183. Itp 5/9 PHONE 964-706T
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FOR SALE: 3 bedroom frame Durrance CARS CARS -
home on 1 acre 3 miles out on
HELP WANTED Hwy 16, 20000. Call 964- PUMP a SUPPLY CO. DEPENDABLE
5606. 1tchg. 5/9 864'N.TEMPLE AVE.
PLUS 30 DAY
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FOR SALE: Nicely decorated, 2
MAID WANTED: Start immediately bedroom house on 1 acre farm
Must be ex property. Central air and heat. WELL DRILLING OWNED ft
perienced. Apply in person Reasonable. Call 964-5284 BY A STARKE
Starke Motor Court 301 after 6 p.m. 5/9 2tp 5/16 2" & 4" Wells
North.. 1tp 5/9 -- .. -- -- Marchant Auto
- - -- -
Jet Submersible & GAINESVILLE

Your Shallow Wells
1636 SE 3RD AVE
AUTOMOBILESUSED Real Estate State Licensed & Bonded MARCHANT

Broker Member Fla. & National 7.25 pd.Assembly. TREAT YOU

Well Driller Assoc.
FOR SALE: 1968 Falcon Futura Buy-Sell-Trade -
2 door, 6 cyl., SS radio and Sta-Bite Pumps & Water
heater New tires, brakes and AppraisalsCALL Conditioners
shocks. Good condition. $600 BILL POWELL
cash. Ph. 782-3172 Lawtey. REAL ESTATE Applicants
Itp 964 6464 Ellis Coleman Owner
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Formerly of Starke
FOR SALE: 1967 Fad F-250 ASSOCIATES: At General
pick-up, 352 cubic inch V-8, 3 481-2883
speed column standard shift, Ralph Bryan Hawthorne :
't1thg
good tires-2 brand new-8:00:
..Immediate openings for light
x 16.5. Call State Farm 431-
1877. 1tp 519FOR Acreage-1 to 100 operators on night shift ((2nd and 3rd).
Bradford &Alachua
:
--.p -OM------- : :,
SALE: Pontiac GTO 3 BEDROOM bath C. B. Long ChampHome ..-High dexterity and aptitude for
: the requirements necessaryNo ,
Convertible 1968. A/C full
with Heat and Air Carpet.
power, console AM-FM radio beautiful lot in Starke. 15 J x 30 and : : : .
power antenna. 46,000 actual family room with fire place. MaterialsWE ..- training. experience or
miles. Excellent condition. Building background required.

1196.. Ph. 473-4406- a 473- Nice 3 BR 1 Bath CB In Excellent BUILD
4357, tfchg. Location $19.800 ..Apply between the hours aU a.m. :
"YOUR PLANS OR OURS I
through Friday at the plant located on
Beautiful Building and mo- YOUR LOT OR OURS' north of Gainesville..

t FOR .RENT ::1 bile side home city. lots inside and out REMODELING FREE ESTIMATES a REPAIRSADDITIONS I


Want to have one built?? We .
can help you there also.
FOR RENT: Trailer on Griffis HOMES BCjUGHT'SOLO' ;
General {8'
Loop. Central air and heat. CHECK WITH US TRADED t
Call 9648816. Itp 5/9 WEMAY HAVE WHAT
ACREAGE FOR SALE
-----------.- YOU WANT

FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house LETUSHELPYOUBUY '964-6853 vn ilO mrtunity

964-8245 trailer on or Griffis 964-090ltp Loop. Call 5/9 ,SELL,TRADE! t. HWY,3OI S. STARKE T" -r f: 710 S. Water St. StarKe Fla.Ia .. : .' '

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20 TELEGRAPH May9,1971FFA

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Wins In District NEW BOOKS I i

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Contest HereThe \TTHELIBRARY


Bradford Senior FFA ST. Johns and Nassau Adult Fiction

Chapter won all three contestsin counties. 4h Butler)
r.r Sarsen Place ( ;
the Sub-District Meet heldin Next competition for the r (r ) ,1i'i} r'r i,' : Invitation To Paradise

Starke, Friday, April 2R, Bradford Senior Chapter N./lr1 ,', i'&rt, (Howard) Dirty Tricks I
and two in the District Meet winners will be the Area t t ,C! ., ,;i r yil ,'i4, r 1 (Seelye) ; Hiding Free
held at the Bradford County Contest to be held on May 24, (Coles) ; ;Letters I From Alf
Fairgrounds on Friday, May at the Farm Bureau BuildingIn A Paris Is Worth A
9 r 9 (Schrock);
3. Gainesville. W li' Williamson)
? Mass Ross( ;
Placing first in the District Bradford FFA Chapters will Fathering (Delbanco); I Eye
and Sub-District competition hold their annual banquet next
0 t, Of The Storm (White); The I
Paul Hutchins, Jr. won the Thursday May 16. Speakerwill vi 'a ? Burning Lamp (Murray) ; I
Public Event be National FFA Southern ti a'1r /
Speaking usingas +' t"7 Headless Beings (Malcolm); I
his topic "The Great Region Vice-President Jimmy It I
Ai' r The Eleventh Plague
1
American Myth." Alvarez a Bradford High I
(Peters) Lord Of The Hiver
The Parliamentary graduate and former state
(ClaveThe\) ; Last Supper
Procedure Team from the FFA president. Two
)
(Bermant ; Tctrasomy
Bradford Senior FFA Chapter
The Wonder
(Hossiter);
walked away with top honorsin Sweet
Jungle (Podulka ) ;
the Sub-District Meet on !Man To
The
Dreams April 26, but gave way to the Celery Relish Send Rain Clouds (Rosen);
Palatka South Team at the
The Thin
Bank Job (Pike);
District Meet on May 3. Men Of Haddam (Smith);
Andy and David Baldree, 1 cup white vinegar Senator From Slaughter
Becky Hutchins, Clinton and V4 cup water County (Caudill); The Little
Horace{ Sellers and Tommy V4 cup granulated sugar .. ii y' Girl Who Lives Down The
Miller represented the 1 Tablespoon salt ) fy Lane ( Koenig) ; A Prior
Bradford Senior Chapter. 1 Tablespoon mustard seed Bothothal (Lee) ; Slayride
Barry Whitehead placed (Francis I ; The Partners
turmeric
t
teaspoon qf -
,
first in the Tractor Driving lAuchincloss) ; The RiverGels
1 cup green peppers chopped
Contest in the Sub-District and
Gordon
Wider )
( ; April'sGrave
the District meets. Barry lib cups onion, chopped (Howatch); Diamond
represented the Bradford 1 quart celery, chopped Beach Senior Chapter.In /i cup pimiento chopped t A Walled City (Pala); !I
the Sub-District meet on And The Rebels i
Combine first 6 In- !Marianne
April 26 FFA Chapter was i Ben/oni) Cast Upon The ,
gredients; heat to boiling.
represented from the Brad-
'
Linnet
Breakers Add all the vegetables except '
schools
ford Junior and Senior
Estate i Polk) ; Gone The
and from Lake Butler Junior pimiento. Simmer, Hainbown. Gone The Dove
and Senior High Schools. uncovered, 3 minutes. Add < Bagnel> The Slave Dancer
On Friday May 3, the and
pimionto. Cool re- i Fox 1 i. Myself ChristopherWren
Bradford Chapter was host to frigerate. Makes about 5 cups. (Weiss); The Marriage
42 FFA Chapters from Put-
Pact (Cheatham I ; The
Baker, Union Duval,
nam, ,
Man watching wife apply lltlmate I t Triumphi
This group could be the beginning of, a Bradford County :Matthew Griffis, Nell Mann, Glen Peddy and Naomi :Mann makeup: 'There's a tinv spot i Solomon) ; The SiegeOf I
orchestra if everything goes as planned by Dr. K. J, Absent when photo was taken were Marie and Rayne Wynn, just to the left of your nose Atlanta (Carter ) Malevili
lluenink, extreme: right professor of, chorus humanities Kirk Schmidt. McKinney: and Denny George here you still show i Merle) ; The Berserkers
Bible Answers and art at Bradford High School. through." I iKlwood-) The Adversaries
: Dr. liupnink who received his doctorate at Florida State Dr. lIu'nlnk111 take anybody and any instrument into the ( Linn) .
University, conducted the St. Augustine Symphony for 10 (class beginners to accomplished musicians. Some of the

IS IT I 17 years County after may starting not be it just from an scratch idle dream.so his plans for Bradford group such musicians as W. B.now.McKinney on the violin, are accomplished CASH & CA!RRY TI RElNC.

If it materializes, nucleus of the orchestra would probablybe For the present Dr. lluenink would like more stringed
The twelve took stock by asking "Is it I 17"' We should composed of the group above: First row (l-r): Todd Schmidt instruments in the class taught each Thursday night. 7-10 J : "
examine our own selves by doing the same. WillieIae: Randolph.John Schmidt and Dr. lluenink. p.m., in the Chorus Koom.at III IS. The class is sponsored by coFRONT were
!Second row: 'ana Schmidt, Nancy Pfiester, Claude Morgan l5radf9rd-UniMi( \"-Tech(..nter.Students can start anytime.
IS IT I WHO HAVE COMMITTED SINS OF COMMISSION
EN D SERVICE
(I IJno.3:4)1: )

Drunkenness(Eph. 5:18: ; I Cor.6:10): ) Zoning Regulations Keep Newly Weds Out Of HomeNewlyweds ALIGNMENTSBRAKE BALL JOINTS
Murder((I Jno.3:15))?
Adultery(Mk. 10::19)1) : ... .. !SERVICE;
Sins of the tongue(I Pet.3:10: ; Jas.3))? -
are on thj hornsof March 23.the couple pur- be published for a period of 15 Board on June 3, about 70 davs
IT IS I WHO HAVE SINNED BY OMISSION(Jas. 4:17)7: ) a dilemma in complyingwith chased a new mobile home. days to notify anyone who after their wedding. All Tire Prices
zoning regulations After the purchase of the could possibly have an objection In othe'r action the Board: | Including
Failed to give (II I Cor. 16.2)7) following marriage on March mobile home they then found to the placement of the Advised Mrs Christina Mounting Balancing
Failed attend(Acts 20:7: ; Heb. 10:25)7: ) 23, 1974. out about the procedures that mobile home on the property Leverette to make application I
Failed to study the Bible I III Tim.2:15)7: ) Johnnie James Mc- must be followed before it selected. for property zoning of a lot on I
Failed to pray(I Thess.5:17,18: ; I Tim.2 8)7) Cutcheon, along with his new could be occupied. If no objection is raised by Polk Street for the location of INTERSTATE784PLY I
Failed to be the light of the world(Matt. 5:14-16)7: ) bride, faced the facts of life Application was made on any adjacent property owner, a mobile home there.Approved .
Failed to preach the gospel (Mk. 16:15: 16)1) and reality when they appeared April 22 for the placement of the couple will then be issued three applications I
Failed to be an example (I Tim. 4:12): )? before the Starke the mobile home at 1434 Grove a permit by the Zoning Board for the placement of i
Zoning Board on Monday Street, in the Reno section of for the placement of the mobile homes in Starke. POLYESTER I
May 6, in an effort to bypassthe Starke. mobile home in accordance Permits were authorized to be
zoning requirements in The property must be with the application. issued to Hester Dommon at
Sauthside Church of Christ order to enable them to move posted and an advertisement Final action on the couple's 806 North Pine Street; B.
into their new mobile home occupancy of their new home Clark at 1731 Old Lawtey Road A78x13 41 I' r 56800Fer
3 MILES SOUTHOF STARKE ON U.S. 301 purchased soon after their will be determined at the next and Jeannette McCullom at

marriage.In Medical !meeting of the. .City Zoning 1406 McCullom Street, E78x14 4 S8000 II I I
the light of enforcing the
Send questions to Schedule of Services zoning requirements, F78xl4 4 For 58700 :

Casey A Carlisle, Sunday however, there was nothingthe Dental
Minister lOa m Bible Study board could do except to protection from G78x 14
Rt 3, Box 58 11am Worship follow through on policy as 41!For 59200
Starke Fla 6pm Worship written. things that G78xl5H78xl4 I
Care goYU
Following their marriage on I


ProvidedThe 77 in the night H78x15 .t 1 F I $9848 I


sesas s+ aaar Florida Baptist Con- __f IOIIDA FET From 11[ 18 To 1297F' :
vention and the New River

Baptist Association are Bank Ameficard rncrn9'
working in conjunction with AI..<) At ,adahleRRY

FOR D the Department Bradford County to provide Health CASH AND CA TIRE INC.St. .

medical screening and dental
412 E Call
care for persons in the Starke StarkeMustang

area. i
The primary goal of the unit ,..
NVL -""- "
will be to reach persons who r2 2Kas 25 2
need medical and dental care, i
but who cannot afford such I
TERWILLEGARFORD care at this time.
There will be no charge for
services rendered. Costs are Mobile HomesOffers
i I Small Car paid by gifts from local

____ HeadquartersFrom Southern Baptist Churches to
the Cooperative Program.
The unit will be at Bradford
21 WhichTo Square. Starke, May 9 from 9
Select a.m. until 9 p.m. Area doctors,
dentists, nurse, and recep-

) tionists man the have unit. volunteered to 12 Brand Name Mobile Homes

The project will be directedby
Rev. Denton Sumrall,

pastor Baptist of Church the Madison, and Street Rev. Plus A Variety Of Styles & Decor

Richard Barber Director of

MAVERICKS Missions and Ministries of the To Choose From -
New River Baptist MAY
Association.The .
unit will also be servingin Largest Selection Of Mobile Homes

the Lake Butler area, May .
10, at the Community Center, SPECIAL
Lake Butler, from a.m. until In Bradford County, On DisplayCentral i

9 p.m. 3 Ton I


CRAFTY & :
;
-l IDEAS Air Conditioning

,with Purchase

PINTOS CLAY TIME Of A New

What's more creative than Home
clay Clay that isn't clay-
MUSTANGS that in, the kind that you can
create in your own kitchen
and turn into ceramtc-like % t L4Mustang

objeta d'art in minutes! _


To cook up a batch of i '
this creative clay combinetwo

r1 cups of baking soda and J ll__... ;;
one cup of Argo Corn Starchin Mobile ___ 7 ''
a saucepan. Stir in Hi' cups
of cold water until smooth. 1 1S

(For colored clay, tint the Homes i )
water with food coloring)
Cook over medium heat, stir
SAVE HUNDREDS ring constantly, until mixture 1650N.

reaches a slightly moist,mash. .
NOW '
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March land sales reached a
total of $560,500 in Bradford Helen Hardenbrook

County, almost $78,600 less March Land Sales Reach $560.000 grantor, to Gertrude M. Lee,
than February's total of grantee, two lots of J. M.
$481,900. Jones Subdivision, $IIO.(){
Largest transaction in / John E. Holloway and

March was the $97,300 sale of Pete Hodge and Shirley Yvonne Engwall Sheline, Dugger and Judy A. Dugger, Katherine Chism, grantors, to H. C. Hawkins, grantee, two E. Osborn grantees, a parcelof Esther L. Holloway, grantors
49 acres of land lying west of Hodge, grantors, to Otis Ellis grantors, to William M. grantees, one lot of Lake Side Randall R. Chism II, grantee, lots of Santa Fe Shores, $5,000. land lying in Seminole to J. Huston McClane and
SR-16. The land was sold by and Shirley Ellis, grantees, Scruggs and Margaret K. Subdivision, 16000. one lot and one block of John E. Denmark and Ridge $3,400.Maxie Martha P. McClane, grantees,
Pauline Conerly, grantor, to two acres of land lying in Scruggs, grantees, 40.06 acresof Robert C. Shepard and Pinehaven Subdivision, $9,000. Bettie Sue Denmark, grantors -' one lot and one block of
Carter Construction of Bradford County $1,200. land lying in. Bradford Mary D. Shepard, grantors, to Clarence P. Crawford and to William C. Shields and Pinehaven Subdivision
Tallahassee, grantee. The Brady Collins and Gladys County, $17,800. William R. Gordan and Winfred 11. Crawford, Carol J. Shields, grantees, a D. Reddish and $43,000.
land is being used in building a Collins, grantors, to Anthony Carl L. Johns and Shirley S. Barbara J. Gordan, grantees, grantors, to John Ford and parcel of land lying in Margie Sue Reddish, gran- Virginia Bradley, grantor
new subdivision for the J. Tringale, grantee, 10 acresof Johns, and R. Lamar Shaw 3.90 acres of land lying west of Belle Ford grantees! two lots Saratoga Heights, $2,000. tors, to Anthony H Hayes and to C. H. Braswell and Sybil 10;.
Conerly Estates. land, $10,000.Raymond (! ). and Patricia Ann Shaw, SR-100, $20,500.Randall of Indian Beach, $14,500.( ) Rosey C. Gray, grantor, to Sharon D. Hayes, grantees, 20 Braswell, grantees, 2.7I! acres
Second largest transactionwas Key Sheline andStarke grantors, to Richard L. R. Chism and Sophie L. Wolf, grantor, to Thomas W Osborn and Mary acres of land, $30,000() of land lying south of Bessent
the$51,200 sale of parcelsof Rd, $6,500.

land lying east of SR-16. The State May Pick All Court

Miller land was, Jr.sold, Rita by A.George Miller C., Up Ideas For Flower Color Through The Hot Sum merMon ths I

John W. Miller, Joyce C. Costs Resulting From
Miller, James D. Miller and About this time of year and west j Honda. This at- until the Fall. Plant red salviain across. Zinnias grow( well These plants are almost
of Florida's annual even on poor soils if planted in trouble-lree and are availablein
Betty R. Miller,grantors, to J. many tractive flowering plant front of a dark green or
Prosecution watered when
and
Of Inmates full dwarf inch
Morgan Welch and Mary Jane 1 flowers are fading and gardeners thrives where most plants gray background for an out sun The six types to giant
four footers. Colors
Welch, grantees. are hunting for replacements would soon perish. It with- standing of color. necessary. major are
display
Prices of transactions are which will surviveour stands the driest sites and full Perhaps the most popular problem with zinnias is a mainly yellows and gold to
figured from documentary tax Preparations are being and Union, are experiencing summer months. sun and is so well adapted thatit summer annual is the disease powdery mildew If oranges. Marigolds make
made to have the state zinnia. planted! in full sun where good cut flowers and colorful
pay high legal costs under the During our warm season from
stamps affixed to deeds filedin easily escapes Zinnias are now available in a
total court costs leaves dry out quickly. the borders and Cultureis
the county clerk's office. involved in state's newly revampedcourt from May to October, high cultivation Periwinkle remarkable variety of sizes, edgings.
Listed are sales of $1,000 prosecuting inmates of state system, trom criminal temperatures and humidityand requires little attention and flower forms and colors. disease problem is minimized. very easy as heat, droughtand
institutions, Frank offenses torrential Almost as diverse a floweras pests are seldom a
and over: Rep. committed by per- rams. togetherwith provides a mass of white or Almost every color is
Doris Cole, Jr. and Frances Williams, D-Starke, reported sons in state institutions who a host of diseases and rose-pink flowers throughoutthe available white, yellow, rose, zinnia is the marigold. problem.
from Tallahassee.Rep. are in custody of the state. insects make growing of summer. The foliage is
Cole
L. grantors, to T. W. crimson, orange, salmon, etc. n 111I
Tatum, Sr., L. A. Tatum, Marshall Harris, D- flowers very difficult. The also attractive and the. plantcan etc.,and even a red and white.
Charles W. Tatum, Sylvia Miami,chairman of the House No cost figure has been species that enjoy summer be used as a ground cover. Dwarf varieties only six to 1 000J
Tatum, T. W. Tatum, Jr., and Appropriations Committee, arrived at, at this point, heat in the North may not It can be easily grown from eight inches tall are availableas .
Linda Tatum, grantees, 40 told Williams he will includeall Williams says, but the Appropriations survive a summer month in seed or cuttings.Another well as the giant types J DISCOUNT
acres of land lying in Bradford such costs in the appropriations Committee staff Florida so selection of proper excellent summer having flowers seven inches It I
County for $16,000.Hermenet bill to be will try to determine how annuals becomes very Im- flower is portulaca, also / j Bring this ad and get a
Farms, Inc. of presented to the 1974 Florida much is involved for a bill portant. called rose moss. This small 1-/ ( 10% discount on any
New York, grantors, to AlfredJ. Legislature which convened encompassing the entire Luckily we have at least a annual, hardly six inches j muffler and pip installation.
Hermenet and Leona G. April 2, Williams reported. state. half dozen outstanding high, is unsurpassed for SC ? Offer good tit l May
Hermenet, grantees, 4.58 After conferring with Harris, Rep. Williams is in summer annuals which will brilliant white, yellow, : 20,1974.
acres of land lying in Bradford Williams said the Miami Tallahassee attending withstand the worst our orange, rose and scarlet L The Solution
L to
County, $8,700.Raiford lawmaker is in sympathy with committee meetings in summer has to offer with onlya flowers. Flowers may be
Tetstone and counties which, like Bradford preparation for the session. minimum of care. single or double and resemble w. do custom pip bend Noise And Pollution
Nancy For summer color stick to small ing and can give you a
roses. Plants bloom for
Tetstone, grantors, to LonnieE. lifetime muffler Work Guaranteedon
Tetstone and L. zinnias marigolds only a few weeks so seed The zaniest baseball holdout warranty
Tetstone, grantees, one Mary lot of Revivul Continues At Hope Baptist periwinkle, salvia, portulacaand should be sown every month probably was George "Rube" most foreign cars
Parkwood Subdivision celosia. All of these for continuous blossoms.For Ellis, crack St. Louis outfielder
$19,900. Revival services are con- booklets, and his sermons flowers will reward you with brilliant masses of red back in 1908. Ellis Muffler Shops

Henry L. Hawkins, grantor, tinuing through Sunday often appear in the Sword of brilliant summer color. or purple try salvia or scarlet refused to sign his contract ,
to Arthur M Tison and morning, with services the Lord, a weekly Christian Madagascar periwinkle is a sage. The one to two foot until he got what he was 301 N. Starke
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Mildred J. Tison, grantees, beginning each night at 7:30: at publication. perennial in south Florida butis plants produce dense spikes of holding out for .. $2.50 to 964-5677
two lots of Santa Fe Shores, Hope Baptist Church at Brother Rex Bennett from grown as an annual in north scarlet or bluish flowers up buy a new fielder's glove! Rt 2. Box 16-T

4000. Theressa.The Jacksonville, a blind teen-
George W. Roberts, Jr. and Evangelist is Dr. Hugh ager, and an outstanding
Nancy W. Roberts, and Pyle of Panama City. Dr. Pyle Christian person, will be
Harold D. Seymour, grantors, received his Doctor of singing in the services on
to Tommy II. Osteen and Divinity degree from Ten- Friday and Saturday nights.
Frances T. Osteen, grantees, nessee Temple College, and The church choir and special
two parcels of land lying southof has been in the ministry for 30 groups from the choir will be EvcryDayLowPrkcl FOOD
SR-235, 8500. years. He is the former pastorof presenting special music also. EveryDayLowPrice
Lavina J. Hildebrant, the Central Baptist Churchof Pastor Merle Packham and
grantor, to Robert W. Carver Panama City, having the members of the church CENTER CUT BEEF
and Delores C. Carver, recently resigned to enter full extend an invitation to the NESCAFE
grantees, one lot of Country tint evangelism. He is the public to attend these ser FAIR
Club Estates, for 33000. author of 12 books and vices. SIRLOINSTEAKS
Robert E. Moore and IveleeE. INSTANT

Moore, grantors, to ASI,
INC. of Jacksonville, grantee, ObituariesMrs.
one lot of Mount Pleasant ; 'tS COFFEE

Subdivision, 24000. .,
M. F. Wiggins and Mana Lea UnderhillMrs. WALNUT ST.
Wiggins, grantors, to William
R. Sapp and Linda Sapp, Lea L. Underhill, 53, -- t 4 9 m rN.r.ar BONUS MUCK Fun OOOO GOOD-rFRom.11UL THRU

grantees, one lot of M. F Route 1, Starke, died in .I $1 .moHra.D..ou..m.ftiititvco 1 oOZ $1 4 9
Subdivision $6,200.J. .
Wiggins Bradford all
et r County Hospital last I I ta trt pleas la accept
L. Wilkinson and Patricia
Tuesday morning, April 30, U.S.D.1 FOOD STIMPCOUPONS oL
Wilkinson, grantors, to Harold ':;----- following a long illness. -.4 { Ti
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K. Davis, Sandra K. Davis, Mrs. Underhill was born in
W. Clark and Lois K.
Phillip Connecticut Dec. 21
on 1920.
Clark, grantrees, a parcel of e.L t Surviving is her husband. O.
land lying east of US-301, arUd J. Underhill, one brother, and EveryDayLowPriceBONELESS'U.LE1ECFUT EveryDayLowPriceCENTCft Every DayLowPrice BonusBuy
$6,000)( CQ".cJ2 two sisters.
Carlos Johnson and Leita Services were held Thur- CUT FLORIDA GRADE* FRESH f LORIOA

Johnson, grantors, to Walter sday, May 2, in the DeWitt C. CHUCKROAST
H. Williams and Cora Sue FRESH
Opportunities for Service Jones Chapel with Father 1 WHITE
Williams, grantees, 10 acresof James Cregan of St. Edwards

County land, $17,000.L lying. in Bradford Sunday Sunday School, Catholic Burial was church in Crosby officiating.Lake STEAKS FRIERS I POTATOES
K. Whitehead and May 9:45: a.m.; Morning Worshipat BEEF BLADE
Belle Whitehead, grantors, to 11 o'clock, sermon: "Will Cemetery. FOON IMR WHOLE
George II. Pierce and Gladys The Circle Be Unbroken;" IOIC1 2 PER 10UBULrt
C. Pierce, grantees, one lot Church Training, 6:15: p.m.; BAG
and one block of Green Acres, Evening Worship, 7:30: ser- LL CHOICE
$2,500 mon: "The Strangest Secret." Norman Waters

George II. Pierce and Monday Girls' Ensemble, Norman Waters, 45, of PriceONILISS EreryDaylowprke EvcryDayLPricc EvcryDayLowPricc EvcryDaylowPrke BonuiBuy 1 BonusBuy
Gladys C. Pierce, grantors, to .. ....".
u.
Steve Whitehead, grantee, one 6:35: ; Youth "A" Choir; Hampton, died Sunday afternoon SHOULDERSTEAKS M CHUCK RIB Lykes Pork Fresh Tender FIRM RIPE FRESH
lot and one block of Green Deacons Meeting, 7 o'clock; in the Veteran's Smoked Ground Beef FLORIDA

Acres, $5,000.Eldon Youth "B"'Choir, 8:05.: Administration Hospital in STEAKS _ROAST........-...,.... Shoulder 3105 IB ae.pl TOMATOESMIALEMON CORN
and Helen Gainesville after an extended ; 9 tr=!II 'Ib /r
Sapp Sapp, C $129 8to81bU <9 aw 35 L (
grantors, to Catherine W. Tuesday Helen Masters illness. mI: AUQ 49c Over 5 Ib 19 n EAR 8/
Smith, grantee, one lot of A. L. Group at the church, 10 Owner of Water's Groceryin
Alvarez's Subdivision, $9,500. o'clock Ida Hampton, Mr.Waters was a ,
at
Darby
and ; Group member of the Church of God. E vcrvDtvLow n Ice I""DayL cn-: .;-:' -";
Michael J. Garvey home of Mrs. T. B. Harding,
Diane J. Garvey, grantors, to 2:30; Lorena Epperson Groupat He was born in Bronson, LIBBY'SCORN SNACK HUNT Gold Medal Pantry Pride
March 30 1929. FRESH
D-P-H. Inc. of Starke, grantee home of Mrs. Maxie Carter Michigan 'PACK Flour Canned Drinks
include his wife
block of the Town of o'clock Junior Survivors LEMON JUICE CARROTS
one Sr., 3 ; Choir
Plain I or Sell Rising
Anna Waters of Hampton his Assorted 12 oz
Starke south of Call Street, 3:30; Lottie Moon Group at the ; =2i'i$
Maynard Waters and
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parents,
$7,500. church; Ethel Biggs Group at Mrs. Geneva Knight, both of ; 5 Lb Bag 89COMPARE 12/$1
BAJO Enterprizes, Inc. home of Mrs. Guy Sale;. .,
Grand Rapids, one son, en.' un duo. S. m. u. .n
grantor, to Dale E. Brown, Brownlee Group at home of Mathew Waters of Grand COMPARE POICO"'D:. ; ..'CO": ,;COMPARE; .:.AIO'; ;?"
grantee, parcel of land lying Mrs. Helen Oglesby all at
west of US-301, 23000. 7:30 Rapids; two brothers: Harold "U '" 1C8 20f I Shoulder Roast -- 79c te I 10.
Steve Whitehead, grantor, p.m. and Albert Weaver; one Cooked HamBoneless ::.... 51. I : < I Young Turkeys usu491
sister, Mrs. Norene Losey, all D_ $ eel Ribs "= 79c I., Dinners fMIIlt OUMM, 511. 20,
to Edward F. Kimutis and Wednesday Family Night of Grand Rapids. I Hams CAN ] I Spare I:::", I IXCirt HICIB MO:: MAVTIS

Janet one lot E.and Kimutis one block, grantees of Green, Supper Power, Business at 6 o'clock Meeting; Hour, andR. of Services were from the Franks Osur NUytf r: ;,""'" 99< 20, I Pork Steaks FW.ee: SSc H< I Cooked Ham "nOLP5Olli/ 30,

Acres Lois, 33000.Thornton, grantor, to A.'s 6:30: p.m.; Teachersand Cemetery graveside Wednesday in Hampton afternoon SunnyFd Sausage ;:H:;:>: '!" 101 I Pantry Pride Catsup .., 48c I Skinless Franks 'IRO1 P55: DI 59c t"

Woodrow D. Griffis and Trustees Officers Meeting Meeting, 7:30: p.m.7:15: ;; conducting.with Burial Rev. 0 was, K.under Batte Hormel Franks ...:.v 99< 701 I Smoked Ham ..:::::::-!" 68c ICK I Sliced Bologna .I r.:?:o'''DI 79c 111

parcel Pauline of O.land Griffis lying, grantees south ,of a o'clock.Church Choir Practice, 8 direction Funeral Home of DeWitt of Starke.C. Jones Roll Sausage "":- 59c 1o1 : Sliced Bacon 'u".-:- 79c 10. I Chipped Meats ''''':.0-:0' 43c .,

County Graded Road, $1,300.

William D. Charles and Thursday Visitation, 9:30:
Sandra L. Charles, grantors, a.m. Mission Friends, 3:00: ; Mrs. Clara Dale EveryDayLowPrice EveryDayLowPriceFYNE EveryDayLowPrice EveryDayLowPrice
to E. W. Graves and Myrtice Visitation 7 o'clock.
L. Graves, grantees, 10 acres PANTRY PRIDEMILK
-Ben P. Bryant, Pastor BANQUET
of land lying in Bradford Mrs. Clara Dale, 86, of PUNCH- -
\ County, $3,500. Starke, died May 5 following a F .
Fred Mason and Clara Belle long illness.A LAUNDRYDETERGENT BAKESHORTENING

Mason, grantors, to Charles Air Park native of Manor, Georgia, CHICKCM CHOW M IM- M TTI*
Ronald W'hisenantand Laura Baptist Church she was the widow of the late MI T Lt-Mt KOMI IMF
Ann Whisenant, grantees 1.00 Services: Sunday School 10 Arthur Dale and a member of CHICKIM NOOMft
acres of land lying south of a.m.; Worship Services 11 the Chrisitan Church. 1/2 2 LB
SR-18. $16,500.Henry a.m. and 7 p.m. Sunday; Surviving are her three GALLONASST PKGFROZE
H. Bryant and Prayer Meeting 7 p.m. daughters: Mrs. Peggy .
Clemmer Bryant, grantors, to Everyone welcome to at- Barnett of Raiford, Mrs.
Edward Jones, grantee, a tend services.James Eston Jordan of Starke, and COMPARE D :.,'; :' COMPARE! :; ::: :' '::. .COMPARE :'::;:' ; :'
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Mrs. J. Hatch of '
parcel of land lying in E. Griffis, pastor V. Switzerland '' t. 'o't.:

Bradford County for $1,000. two; greatgrandchildren.Services eight grandchildrenand Salad Dressing HIOH Ol UMIt HUfnuHn 49c 10' ; Aluminum Foil PANTIV 100 10 MtOI T $1 J.69 10. Lindsey Ripe Olives "-c.'''ir:: 2/89c/ 21'
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too were held Tuesday Preserves .".""". Ol MIMIt M* 39c *< I Foil Trays "D''O"' e 59c 10. I Skillet MagicBSST 3/Jl/ tit
I at in
morning graveside
It. \ DAY CARE I Crosby Lake Cemetery with Grape Jelly H;'MI* ?. 59c lot ; Freezer Paper ..,.'w',05: 59c ., ; Plus Meat ...0. ..ct 69c H

(. .,< CENTER 4 I I Rev. George L. Harper of. t iAin CQ/> 30PAMTtV Wax Paper ., 25c ., Macaroni Dinner i11
ficiating. DeWitt C. Jones Grape JamPreserves i* JM f WV i too to ITPANTIV ":'s."o:; ;:: 4/95c/

FROM ARM BABIES I Funeral Home was in chargeof .,. .. Sandwich MIDIMMTIC I.. 244
i" TO SCHOOL arrangements. .w."vv :: 69c" I Bags 4/s1/ 1 Spaghetti Sauces .v.rr; ;::: 75
AGE
/Ja_Soik I CONSTANT CARE- t L \ Peanut Butter I(Mil.MlMtMOOTM*A 59c 10' ; Trash BagsSandwich ::: SI25. 111 I Taco Casserole ";e,,'o";" 79 10.

2 BALANCED SNACKS w I P'nutButter&Jelly :??-: 59c 30, I Bags '"""Oei49: "' I 'Southern Maid Grits ua 69 10.

NOW OPEN 7:00: A.M. TO 4:30: P.M. CORRECTION! Libby Catsup ...IM 29c I' i Food Storage Bags :e4t: 39 s' : Southern Maid Meal :::a 69 10'

REASONABLE RATES Telegraph In its April incorrectly 18 edition stated The Pantry Pride Catsup -"' 2/49c/ 4< ; Flex Straws .".OCT IAMICMAICOAI 22c I. Quick Grits ID.-' .":.:"'. 22 44

WE WILL WORK WITH MOTHERS TO SOLVE that Lawtey Elementary won Pantry Pride Catsup ,. m 48c SoLighter: Fluid 25 "' Monogram! Rice h..ct 99 10.
over Southside Elementary in
THEIR PROBLEMS an "It's Academic" math ---:----

contest -1- l. : yLowPrice _ 'mrrn':

Greater Bethlehem Free Southside actually won the : DIAL _ _ j l
contest. Lawtey won the first SPRAY GOLD a..DAL
Will Baptist Church round, Southside the second. DEODORAIn s I ...FLOUR.. Sa
964-5136 :-w.-: ..
When scores of both rounds
CHESTNUT ST. AT ASH ST. OR -- $ -----....
combined Southside
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February land sales Lester C. Humphries J and lying east of the county land lying west of SR-16 for SERVICE MENStephen .
reached u total of $481,865 in Mary M. Humphries, gran- road, for $9,600. $9,000.
graded
itradford County, almost tors, to Ricky Maurice Lee, and Martha Lawrence W. ;, '"
Daniel L. Kite Nasworthy. : : : "
l1,9H5( less than last month's grantee, a parcel of land lying Kite, grantors, to Ernest D. grantor, to Clyde G. Colum I ",' ." ':; "k':t.i.; 1,:<: "" "," \' .'.'" ." ;"
north of
SR-100A
January total of $469,900. $1,000. McColsky and Elizabeth 11. bia, grantee, one lot of Butler ..
Largest transaction in Feb. Belco Enterprizes, Inc. of lot of Court Subdivision for
$7,250.
McColsky, grantees one .
was the $85.000 sale of 2.75 Starke, grantors, to Robert M. Pinehurst Subdivision, for Jewett C. Fogg and Delores # fathii-c.eitei : :
acres of land lying east of US. Autry and Carolyn C. Autry, $8,000. C. Fogg, grantors, to Myrtle f \
301. The land was sold by grantees, a parcel of land wl
Crosby Lake Estates, Inc. of E. Baumgartner, grantee, two
Charley E. Johns and ThelmaB. 5000.lying in Bradford County for Jacksonville, grantors, to lots of E. S. Matthews Ad- l _- .._... .. ...- .;.....__-,........,,, ,. ""'-' -""'-, w.ill
Johns of Bradford County, Marian Frances MacLean, dition for $7,2(10.Brooker ( .

(grantors Winter Haven to Scotty's, grantees., Inc.The in Clara to James Mae Edward Griffis Patterson Griffis, grantors and and, Lake grantee Inlet, two for lots$8,000.of Crosby Corporation, grantor Development, to A. B. (]rnaJDlJrnD( ( ( 0IJJaJrnl! [! ] .
Danny Ray
land w I be used to build a Pitt Newsome and ThelmaG. Adams and Juanita S. Adams,
Deborah K. Patterson,
Scotty' Self-Service Building Newsome, grantors, to grantees, two lots of Shady
Supply in the near future, grantees, a parcel of land Robert Thomas Elliott and Oaks Subdivision for $2,500. U.S. 301 OpenDaily9T09 Starke Fla.
west of SR-16 for
7200.
lying
the street from
across Ernest F. Lindes and RuthE. ValarieJean Elliott, grantees, Nettie Morgan Wynn, Sunday 12 To 7Wynn's ,
Bradford Square. 20 acres of land lying in grantor, to Lewis C Medlin,
Second largest transactionwas .. Lindes, grantors, to JohnM. Bradford County for $20,000. grantee, two lots of SampsonLake Close Out Prices
Brown and
Annette
the$72,000 sale of 63 acres Mary Mary T. Overholser, Shores for $15,000.Ella -
Of land lying in Bradford Brown, grantees, one lot in grantor, to Connie Mack Clark Mae Hayes and William
County. The land was sold by Woodlawn Subdivision and Norma Jean Clark, Hayes, grantors, to Mae 00
Cary Thagard, Jr. and containing. one-half acre, for grantees,one and a half lots ofDowling's Frances Jenkins, grantee two 2 $1
Products
$6,500.L. Car
Charlotte Y. Thagard,
Subdivision for
grantors, to Noland Ward and G. Dail and Mallie Dail, $5,000. lots of Livingston for $2,000.and Truby'sSubdivision
David Dean Ward of Lake grantors, to Sidney Keen and Crown Builders of Mary Sharp, grantor, to W. Gay graduatedfrom
Verdia Keen, grantees, one lot
Butler, grantees. of Pine Acres Park Sub- Gainesville, grantors, to Mae Frances Jenkins, U. S. Marine recruit
Prices of transactions are division for $6,700. Stuart W. Wishart and S. grantee,two lots of Livingstonand training at Parris Island, S. C. 5 GallonMetal
figured from documentary tax G. Oliver and Denise. Wishart, grantees, a Truby's Subdivision for on March 11 with honors as
stamps affixed to deeds filedin Dewey of land south of
parcel lying $2,000. Platoon High Shooter
Katherine L. Oliver, grantors, $388
the county clerk's office. Edwin SR-100 for $18,700. George Herbert Scott and shooting 235 out of a possible
to Chester and
Listed are sales of $1,000 Kathie W. Moody, grantees Moody 53 Bessie. Maxwell and W. H. Nettie H. Scott, grantors, to 23tt Gas Can
and over: Maxwell to Carl
of land north and grantors, Mae Frances Jenkins, Gay was honored with the
George E. Ware and MaryA. acres lying and Thelma of land
Broughton grantee,a parcel lyingin Rifleman's Medal and
of New River for
west ,
$22,400.
Ware, grantors, to Alston
two and
Broughton grantees Livingston Truby'sSubdivision promotion to Private First
Claude R. Bradford and
C. Pooser and Margaret J. acres of land lying in Bradford for $1,000.A. Class on his graduation. PFC Long or Short Handle
Rebecca M. Bradford,
Pooser, grantees, a parcel of for $4,000. L.Green Jr. and Johnnie
grantors, to H. B. Daughertyand County Gay, son of Mr. and Mrs. $199
land containing three acres Evelyne C. Daughtery, Lillie Batten, grantor, to Ree Green, grantors, to Allen lIaorld L. Gay of Starke, is a
lying in Bradford County, Martin C. Irons, Jr. and
grantees, a parcel of land Stanley Green, grantee, 78 1973 graduate of Bradford Shovels
$19,115. Gloria G. Irons grantees, a acres of land lying in Bradford High and enlisted in the Each
parcel of land lying west of County for $26,000. marines for four years with an
SR-100 for $5,500. Paul Bennett and Gladys G. aviation quarantee. After a 10
J. E. Wall, Jr. and Hazel M. Bennett, grantors, to Edith day leave at home, he
Wall, grantors, to James T. McKinley, grantee, three reported to Naval Air Stationin Ladies Nylon
Quick ,I LAWN-BOY I Moore, Lucille V. Moore, and acres of land lying west of Millington, Tennessee on
Harry Gruen and Donna Lee Seaboard Air Line Railwayfor March 23 to begin Helicopter Sizes $444
& Gruen, grantees, a parcel of $10,500. Familiarization School.
land containing 5.1 acres of Rosa Lee Evans and Slacks 10 To 18

Quiet $13995 up land lying west of Simon J.Temple's William Evans, grantors, to
Tradeins"We Subdivision for Crown Builders of Mickey Dansby
35000. Gainesville, grantees, two Promoted Captain
Service Tommy Cecil Manning, acres of land lying in Bradford SAN ANTONIO- Mickey R. 12's
grantor, to Walter M. County for 3200. Dansby, son of Mr. and Mrs. C
Brunofsky and Josephine R. O. Dansby, 271 Alton Road 33
What We Brunofsky, grantees, two lots Fla. Starke, has been promoted to Kotex Modess
Sell'! Model 5272 of the town of Starke, for Corporation captain in the U. S. Air Force. or Limit 2 Box
6600. Captain Dansby, an
Dissolve List
l Sammy McBride, Ethel education and training officer,
May Covington and Margaret To Be Published is assigned to the Community
McBride Hunter, grantorsto College of the Air Force at Size 5 To 9
Reddish and Flcrence
Gary Randolph AFB, Tex.
t sy's
Reddish, grantees, 15 acres of TALLAHASSEE A 1965 graduate of Bradford
19" land lying in Bradford Countyfor Secretary of State Richard High School, he received his $188
Cut
announced Ladies Sneakers
Dick) Stone
$2,700. ( today B. S. and M. S. degrees in
Willard E. Wynn and Mable that the annual list of corporations psychology from the

Mary Wynn, grantors, to being dissolved by University of Florida and was
I Peter G. Gulsto and Josephine proclamation wilt be released
commissioned there in 1969
l'I Guisto, grantees, a parcel of shortly. The names of cor- through the Air Force Clearance Odd Styles And SizesMen's
land containing 36.12 acres of porations on the dissolve list Reserve Officers Training
land lying north of Bessent are those that failed to comply $ 00

Road for $41,200.Edward with Florida law and pay fees Corps The captain's program.wife, Diane, is Shoes 4
Dress
C. McMurray and due.This the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.E. Pair
Johnson & Faris Inc. Dorothy McMurray, grantors, newspaper will be M. Davis 3848 S. W. First
to L. C. Douglas and Marie publishing the list of Ave., Gainesville.
Douglas, grantees, 13 acres of delinquent corporations in its
224 N.W. 8th Ave. land lying north of SR-100 for classified advertising sectionin Sies30T040;

7000. the very near future. Sgt. Maj. Merwyn J. Reed,
Gainesville, Fla. 372.3684 Ernest L. Hunter, grantor, "Under state law these son-in-law of Mrs. William $66
to Earl L. Mattox and Eva D. delinquent corporations will Wentz, of Starke, retired from
Mattox,grantees,2.68 acres of have a specified amount of the Army in Manhattan, Men's Check Slacks
with Pair
time to set things right Kansas recently after serving
the state before dissolution
more than 30 on active
years
becomes final, Stone said.

"However, it is the responsibility duty.SGM Reed was last Sizes 7 To 14
Clearance of the corporation or assigned as Sergeant Major
Spring its representative to seek with Headquarters, U. S. 88
: reinstatement. Once the list is Army, 3rd ROTC Region, $2
: Girls Slacks
> ,- f-\ xv 'H published, the Department of Kansas State University, Nylon
State and its Corporate Manhattan.At Each
Division have fulfilled the
the time of his retire
"
requirements of the law, ment, he and his wife, Ger-
Stone added. trude, lived in Manhattan, Big BargainSponge

appear"If your on corporation the list or should any Kan. g c

questions arise, all questions 6
Pkg.
should be directed in writingto 12 To Pkg.
PFC David McCutchenPFC
the Department of State, EU ach
David McCutchen of
Division of Corporations,
Capitol Building, Tallahassee, Starke has been assigned to J
Florida 32304," Stone said. the West Jacksonville Army ,
Recruiting Station as a 32 oz; Size;
representative of Fort Gor-

.... .... Beauty Seminar dan, Georgia
/ ;... 'v' "' / Umil222E.eh
His duties will include
Slated Monday counseling young men and Clorox

24x60 Double Wide women on the various
AtVo-TechSchool enlistment options, job
training opportunities, and
_
I1I
/'rA w.i-e-F"F-r-4q-ir t 11 A r-4.rl A ii r- }-ii 3_r-----f"'CI The Halliwell Company will travel options that are G.T.

present a seminar Monday, guaranteed today's army. c
} T May 13, at 8 p.m. in the David graduated from
0"00" ; 8 8
> .Ml Bradford School in 1973,
> ; /VII HOC* NIICMIN AOOM Cosmetology Department of High Wax Applicator
9 euM1 Bradford-Union Area and played on the football and
I I it i iI 't Vocational-Technical Center. baseball teams. He completedBasic Each

M1 i' Ir51, Slr The Halliwell Company, in Training at Ft. Knox,
I Bf IWOli[ association with the Kentucky and graduated from
.r Iii bOM inn on LIVING' MOM ;_
,
WITH CARPI UNO Tallahassee Beauty Supply the Army's mobile power

I E1HlJHLL i iJ Company, will be presenting generator operator and repair Irregular
their new permanent wave course and was promoted to
"Essential Protein." Private First Class in March. 12
,
LitwiMOLN tT .OO* DI otuuu Wash Cloths
I'--n .I. ,o a ,r t nr-- 4 I All local salon owners and Limit 10
operators are cordially In- Each
vited to attend. There will be Starke Youth
FULLY
CARPETED Joins Air ForceJACKSONVILLE
door prizes given and refresh-

BATH AND 3/4 ments served. Starke United youth States has Air entered, FL Force's-the A Full or $

:rBed:
O Unit JayceesAid Delayed Enlistment Program 333

1 19 cu.ft. REFRIGERATOR by Side (DEP As a member of the DEP, T Spread

The BlindThe Airman William D. George,

DISHWASHER 18, son of Mr. and Mrs.
William T. George of 1228
Bath Size
0 Unit
Jaycees, a Blanding Street, Starke, has
GARBAGE member ,of has Jaycee embarked International already begun accruing timein C
DISPOSAL on the Air Force for
a project for the Blind Services pay Dial 18
of Florida. purposes although he will not Soap
House enter active duty status until Limit 4
DELUXE The members tape selected Each
FURNITURE
July 5, 1974. At that time he
books, which then
are sent to
board airliner
will a jet to
Daytona Beach to be tran-
Lackland Air Force Base,
scribed on cassettes. These Texas, where he will undergosix
cassettes are then made weeks of basic training.The .
11,800 available to blind people all Starke native has successfully 10E

over library permanent Florida at Daytona addition and become Beach.At to the.a enter tests which the completed Mechanical qualified a series him Field.of to G.T. Light Bulbs !

the present time, about
0 See Mark Olin Today-lie In Ready To Save You }MoneyOPEN sixteen inmates are involvedin graduate Airman of George Bradford, a High 1974,
this
project. Other Jaycee was enlisted into the Air Force Bounty

7 DAYS A WEEK 9 A.M. 8 P.M SUNDAYS 1 P.M. 8 P.M. projects Rodeheaver include Boy's support Ranch of and the by Sergeant Frank Secula of c

adoption of three orphaned the Gainesville. RecruitingOffice. Towels 3 9

Ill IIIC MOBILEHOME children. Paper Roll

One acquaintance;
O hearing that there ,w..
plenty of beef fn..thd 30 Ct. DaytimePampers

..
supermarkets ,
ag)1P
) .

Hwy 100 Starke 964-5606 In Prussia, cows taken out he rushed could oat, before to buy he remembered all $169

for the first time in the spring: he was *
were made to step over an ax vegetarian.

to make them invulnerable to ....
-
witchcraft and magic.



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