Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 30, 1974
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven

Vol.93 STARKE, FLORIDA 13 Cents '

No. 45 Thursday, May 10.1971 Copy

Rezoning Refused I

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disapproval by area residents wrote finis

n, a '4 Tuesday night to a controversial application for rezoningto

T t permit an apartment complex in the Lake Bedford- 'P."

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After hearing 45 minutes of He pointed out, however,
L argument, all of it adverse, that in his opinion it would not
except statements made by be necessary for anyone k

the developers themselves, (See Page Page 2))
the Bradford County Zoning
Board, with only Chairman

to the WardenAttacked
unanimously deny
a 301 south collision last Friday. The station wagon In the just behind the vehicle shown in the ditch.
petition for rezoning from RIA

I (single family residential)) to Applause broke out Tuesday night as Bradford County
R3 (multi-family). Motion to Zoning Board denied petition for rezoning for apartment
deny was made by Jerome complex in Brooklyn-Bedford Lake area. Rejected petitionerRay

2 Escape US-301 CollisionTwo Johns seconding., with: Others E. W.voting Hodges for Farris is in light suit at center

i denial were Rex Smith and
Art Keifer, who presided at In PrisonSuperintendent
men were released about 150 feet before Home has been released on 300 yards north of SR-16 the meeting in the absence of
from Bradford County careening into the right side of bond of $1,000.Damages (Brownlee Street). Torode. Keifer yielded the G. S. Fort- Reno Dalewood

Hospital late Friday, May 24, the '73 Buick. to the vehicleswas The collision with the post chair temporarily in order to ner of Florida State Prison ,
after being treated for injuries Force of the impact knockedthe estimated at $4,000 each. caused about $400 in damagesto vote. was the victim of a brutal
sustained in a two-car Goodman car into a water In other accidents reportedby the vehicle. According to Applause broke out in the attack Tuesday morning May
collision on US-301 just southof culvert beside the highway the Starke Police Depart Police Officer E. D. Phillips'j$3& overflowing hearing room as a 28,when he was hit in the fore

the Alligator Creek bridge _. final decision was reached on head by a metal chair wieldedby Sewer
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I near Bradford Square. an issue which had been prison inmate Samuel Lee Projects

According to the accident as pending since the board's Harris, 21, recently trans
report filed by Police Officer March meeting. The board ferred from the mental
E. D. Phillips, Ralph Roy deferred action in April in hospital in Chattahoochee.The .
... Goodman, 38.of Starke-was- order to give more time for blow to Fortner's head Let At
traveling north on US-301 in a study of the proposal. cut a three inch gash and $238,000
1973 Buick. Following Never once losing his cool required fifteen stitches to -
Goodman in Ford Ray Farris, chief spokesmanfor repair.
Signing the contracts is the the bid to General Utilities
told the
developers, The attack Fortner
Station Wagon was Melton upon
only remaining holdup before the low-bidder on the projects,
board again that he occurred about 10:30: Tuesday
Gary Horne, 18, of Tampa.
installation of
contract will be signed
sewerage a
When Goodman made a recognized its duty to zone for morning at a disciplinary
disposal facilities for the Reno within the next few days by
right hand turn off of US-301 the highest and best use for hearing being held for Harrisas
section of Starke and the officials and constructionwill
onto a driveway. Horne, who the county as a whole. "If it's a result of a disturbance at city
Dalewood subdivision SR-
was following Goodman, is il.t.* good zoning--approve it. If it's the prison that took place on on begin.
16, near the northwest city The commissioners started
baddeny It, Farris May 11 in a shower room at
presumed to have lost controlof
limits of Starke, will begin.On for the Reno project
his vehicle and skidded repeated words he had used at the prison.When .
the April meeting. At the the disciplinary the recommendation of in January, 1973, even thoughthe
time he made board sentenced plans had been on the
same strong hearing the city's engineers, Don
Land Use1Ieeting arguments why he thought the Harris to solitary confinement Ruckman and Associates, the drawing board for a numberof
application should be ap- Harris refused to obey the city commissioners in a years. Engineers cost
for him and his official's orders estimates at the time were
proved part- prison special meeting Tuesday,
TonightDr. ners, Paul Steinmetz of saying, "They will have to May 28, unanimously ap pegged at $188,000, excluding
Keystone Heights and Mike come and get me." proved the award of the the cost of property for the
Robert L. Heighton, and construction of a lift station.
Copps of Jacksonville. Fortner was called in to talk contract for both projects to
staff, of the Rural and Urban Rezoning would have with Harris after he was the General Utilities Corporation The Reno project has been
Development Center of the permitted the developers to sentenced by the hearing of Tallahassee in the delayed for more than a year,
University of Florida, will build 48-unit the of a
a one-story board. amount of $238,137.88.Four pending acquisition
present to county officials and t apartment complex on Harris was serving a 39 weeks ago at the site on which to install the lift
the public the final report of purchased from station. After a long delay
property year sentence on rape chargesin regular meeting of the
the 1973 revised land use This vehicle was struck broadside and ended up In the ditch on top of a concrete culvert Smokerise Subdivision at the Dade County at the Florida commissioners on May 7, four purchase of a 40 x 600 foot
study. which made it difficult to pull back on the road. Both drivers were treated and released from intersection of ImmokaleeRoad State Prison, after having bids were received on the strip of land at a price of$2,615
The public meeting has been Bradford County Hospital.and and Live Oak Road, a been transferred from the projects. The other bidders was authorized by the com-
set for tonight (Thursday, short distance off Highway 100 mental hospital at Chattahoo- W. G. Johnson, missioners, putting the Reno
Ma) 30)), beginning at 7:30: the Home vehicle came to mentTwo: report, the youths fled the northwest of Keystone.In chee, in February. Gainesville were: $340.787 Guinn project in line for a call for
p.m. in the county com a stop upside down on its top, juveniles,ages 14 and scene of the accident followingthe Prison officials said that ; bids.
missioner's meeting room at also in the ditch. Both cars 12, were arrested Tuesday, impact. his final presentation, Harris was removed from the and Hunt, Pensacola, Plans for the Dalewood sub-
The Bradford County Court. were badly damaged.In May 21, following a 3 a.m. Farris said objections to the $351,165; Chinnary Construction -
his division which had
Following their mental hospital because Jacksonville underway -
house. collision with a concrete poston apprehension complex seemed to fall into $463,000.
and arrest, and presence endangered the Following the approval of since the beginning of
Zoning Director L. M. a follow-up investigation North Thompson St. They three categories:
Gaines extends an invitationto following the accident it was were charged with auto theft (See Page 19)Union) Traffic hazards. other patients there. the commissioners to award (See Page 19))

all interested citizens to be determined by the Starke following their apprehensionat
for the meeting. Police Department that the 10 a.m. Friday .
present morning.The
1973 Ford Station Wagon in- On I
volved in the collision had juveniles allegedly stolea A.waits Word Hospital Reopening

---F; : t been stolen from the National 1972 Ford van belonging to
Car Rentals in Tampa. Horne Cecil T. Barbour of Jackson -
#:_Wawa.1 'QIIrirrr was later arrested on a chargeof ville and crashed the stolen LAKE BUTLER Welch also outlined the fact Welch left the meeting with past Thrusday pending information A second group, calling
"1'1:. careless driving and vehicle into a concrete post on Although Union General that his organization was his assurance given to the from Welch and the themselves Volunteers for the
F'i-,,, abi possession of a stolen vehicle. North Thompson Street about Hospital remaind closed to the committed at present to the trustees that he would try to Adventist group.Chairman Support of Union General
I: "
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f- ',J --1 public, it's surgical suite saw opening of a small hospital have some information, as to of the Wednesday Hospital, formed by Mr. and
.. ctj tw action this past Friday when a recently acquired in Ten- whether or not the regional meeting Mrs. Ken Willits, with Willits
) evening was County
-:7 would be adventist would want to as president, have said that
J Division of Corrections nessee and that it at group Hal Y. Maines who
1'k yw Planning Funds physician and surgical team least August 1 before the or- start the preliminary investi- Attorney told the trustees and liason they are disappointed in the
a 'f'drI performed surgery in the ganization could possibly "get gation, by June 1. committee members that the trustees postponement of their
I hospital.The serious" over Union General. On the basis of Welch's Adventist organization was meeting with the physicians
1= from the Division of
surgery was performedat Welch also told the trustees comments to the trustees they one of the most successful in group .
Total $ ll OOO Union General rather than that while he was interestedany and the liason committee have the United States when it Corrections."I
at the Reception and Medical final decision would haveto said that they would withholdany came to operating non-profit really feel the trustees

"ATIME FOR Notification of approval of Of the total grant of $11,000 Center for Florida State come from the religious further negotiations with hospitals. It was disclosed should go ahead and cover
ALLSEASONS"Presented an $11,000 grant to be made to be made available, $8,000 Prison because of the RMC conference other groups until they heard that the Adventist group every possibility while they
headquarters (the trustees) to
available to Bradford Countyon will be paid to the county hospital surgical suite's loss of located in from the Adventist organization. operates some 15 different are waiting
hear from the
by a matching fund basis was through the Division of ventilation and air con- Washington, D. C., and then hospitals In Florida, Georgia, Adventist'sgroup
Bradford Middle announced May 24, by Zoning Technical Assistance. $3,000 ditioning due to a mechanical only after an extensive pre- A meeting with a group of Kentucky, and Tennessee and said Mrs. Willits.
Mrs Willits
School Director L. M. Gaines. in local matching funds will be failure. liminary investigation by a eight physicians employed by operates its own medical cotreasurerSee
Gymnastic Team pro-rated on a populationbasis Trustee Carl Brown said certified accountant and a the Division of Corrections at school in Loma Linda, California. ( Page 19))

at the rate of 20 cents per this past week that the thorough look into the both RMC and Union .
Thursday,June 4 "Let me be one of the first to capita. surgery was cleared by the potential of operating the Correctional Institute in the Two citizens groups that Little Change
8P.M. congratulate your area for Bradford County's portionin Division of Health and that the hospital successfully. county was postponed this formed during the hospital
Middle School Gym being one of the lucky ones to" matching funds will amountto trustees were glad to crisis seem to have different
be candidate for funds For
a Expected
with the state and views on the negotiations with
$1,758.40 based on a cooperate Volumebushels
said L, Gould Com-
George ,
Proceeds will go to population of 8,815 in the un- see some use, even if tem.poraryhmade Market Getting the Adventist group.
purchase new gym munity Development incorporated areas of the of the facilities Weekend Weather
equipment.Starke Specialist of the Departmentof county. Vegetables at Brooker State were taken In at a Local building contractor
Community Affairs. Amounts to be provided by This past Wednesday Farmers Market are startingto price of $6 per bushel. This Dick Pernini and his wife, who Little change with early
the municipalities will be: evening Trustees and get into volume and should made a total of 10,219 organized a car convoy to morning ground fog is the four

Campus of Santa Fe Gould's letter to Ralph P. Starke $969.60, Lawtey members of a three man peak season this week, according packages taken in by the Tallahassee that resulted in a day weather outlook from
I Community College Bryan, Chairman of the Board $127.20,Hampton-$77.20 and liason committee establishedby to Bradford Market market. special public hearing called Friday to Monday, accordingto
Registration,June 3-4 of County Commissioners Brooker $68. the Union Commission met Manager Bob Allen. Line workers at the market by State Rep. George Grosse the Division of Forestry
work from 2 and Santa Fe tower measuredan
"olp.m. had to p.m. as well as printing
emphasized that the monies to The federal funds come with representatives of the
at BHS Science BuildingCCommunftu Cucumbers have been the Saturday to 6 a.m. Sunday passing throughout the county inch less rain than the
be made available after July 1 down from the U. S, Depart- Southern Adventist Health
most popular vegetable on the morning,packing and gradingthe over 1,000 posters notifying other two towers with a totalof
could be used by the county ment of Housing and Urban and Hospital System to
c--eII .4 inches for the period from
market total of vegetables.Bell residents of the meeting and
grossing a
and its municipalities for the Development, and are called discuss the feasibility of that
9,022 bushels last week peppers are just hospital crisis, said this week May 2027.Louis Hill and New
701' and non-profit organization
m I following Future Planning Manage
llir to come in and water- River towers each measured
starting and a
bringing an of $4 that he is waiting
land use ment and Assistance funds. leasing and operating the average per
planning; com
should start in total of 1.4 inches.
melons coming
Mate lank package. withholding comments in an
I munity facilities, circulation The funds are distributed in hospital In the future.While E.
around the first of June, according New River had the most
930 bushels of squash were effort to give the trustees timeto
Florida the Division of D. Welch President of the
planning, housing studies by
to Allen. He stated the rain in one day period with ,7
taken In the of negotiate with the Adventist
I environmental Technical Assistance of the association told the trustees during period
A Now ...... U.. assessment, watermelons should be inches of rain measured last
_fcy printing and travel and citizen Florida Department of that he was interested In the May 18-25 bringing an averageof group before taking any
rdo.lra..ai, sr........c participation. Community Affain. potential of the hospital, $3 per bushel. A total of 267 around until July further action. Friday.JULIAN .

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TELEGRAPH May 30.1971

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I Union Man Pleads Guilty In Shooting Of DaughterLAKE

BUTLER A local her husband,Sammy Lee, and second degree murder. -Richard Edward Rose Carl Elson :Shriner breakingand
man whose first degree has moved back into the homeof Circuit Judge Wayne M. pled guilty on a charge of entering with intent to
murder trial was scheduled to her parents, Thomas and Carlisle withheld the sentencein escape from the Union County commit a misdemeanor.
begin Tuesday, May: 28, in Annie Jefferson in West Lake the case pending the receiptof Jail and was sentenced to an -Lillie Mae Corbitt
Union County Circuit Court, Butler, along with their other a presentence investigationto additional year to the term Forgery and uttering a
with Judge Wayne M. Carlisle children. be conducted by the now being served. Following forgery; Frank Joseph Pittro 11 + p lY k,
presiding, withdrew his not Another person drove the Probation and Parole Commission the sentence he was remandedto Jr., assault with intent to 1
guilty plea at the last moment husband and father, Sammy the custody of Union County murder; Walter David Reed
and a plea of guilty on a Lee, to the Jefferson home. Sheriff John Whitehead. and Rafael Baez possessionof )
charge of second degree Upon arrival he told one of the Assistant State AttorneyKen The following defendants a weapon by a state l +1 ,
murder was allowed to be children that he had come to Hebert prosecuted the entered pleas of not guilty and prisoner.Solomon.
entered by the court. take them to their home. case for the state and Kimblewas the court appointed the Public Ham
Sammy Lee Kimble, 31, of When he was denied an represented by Assistant Defender to represent them at aggravated assault; RichardClayton
Lake Butler was charged with entrance into the Jefferson Public Defender A. Parlap- their trials scheduled to begin Bragg escape and 1iLr
murder in the first degree home he began shooting iano. June 17: larceny of a motor vehicle; f F L
following the pistol shooting through the closed door and In the sentencing portion of -William A. Charlebois Sarah Mae Henry,introducing rr r,
death of his ten-year-old: one of the bullets struck the 10- the day's court docket: escape; Clarence Ennis and contraband into prison.
daughter, Beverly Kimble on year-old Beverly just above
Saturday January 12, at the the right She was
home of the child s maternal pronounced upon arrivalat r
grandparents Thomas and the Union General Hospital. Engineer Preparing ProposalsFor
Annie Jefferson of West Lake Five hours after the

Butler. shooting Kimble gave himselfup School Maintenance ContractThere 1t
According to testimony of into the custody of Union s
witnesses at a preliminary County Sheriff John White-
hearing before County JudgeA. head.A are "two avenues we meeting on maintenance then we can go with the '
L. Driggers following the Union County Grand Jury could travel" in getting problems on Monday May 20. maintenance" Temple said t a aAr" ar
shooting incident it was determined returned an indictment for competitive bids on main- One suggestion preferredby and Turknett agreed. "That is ; E's
that the child's death first degree murder against tenance contracts for all Supt. Jim Temple and the the precise procedure used at 1 c ,
occurred as the result of a Kimble on March 8, 1974. county school heating and air engineer is to get two bids Lawtey Hampton Brooker fh
domestic quarrel between her At Kimble's trial scheduledto conditioning equipment, from each firm: The first and Phase I (of BHS), and it '
estranged parents. begin Tuesday the Systems Engineer Roy would be the cost of putting worked on all except the '
Mary Kimble the mother of defendant entered a plea of Turknett told the Bradford each system into first class roundhouse" Temple added.
the child had separated from guilty to the lesser charge of School Board in a specialIntroducing condition initially. The second Turknett said he would go r rle
price would be to maintain the over his proposed contract
equipment for a stated periodof with School Board Attorney
time with quarterly inspections Gene Shaw then present it to
to mo r row'sgrcot required.An the board at its next regular
alternative, Turknett meeting on June 4. Temple '
pointed out would be to ask a said the board needs to see the .
convertible single bid which would include final draft of the proposed
putting the equipment into contract before it asks bids. John Greene examines his bean garden in Camp Blanding. Before last Tuesday he reported
shape initially and then "The board needs to know picking over two wash tubs full of beans from the patch.
maintaining it. exactly what it is requiring,"
Turknett is currently he said. No other action was
preparing the bid proposals. taken by the board on the Produce Market I
Temple said he prefers the matter. Opens TodayStarke's
two bid method because that Architect Don Morgan
breaks the cost down better. revealed at the May 20 new Farmers The market day originallywas whatever price they and the
StWING MACHlftC* The school board needs to maintenance meeting after Retail Produce Market is set set for May 9 but dry farmer agree upon. The
know, Temple said how muchit consultation with a bond firm to open today (Thursday, May weather and late frost delayed farmer will sell at his own
will cost to bring the HVAC representative there is a 30)) at the Starke State Far- vegetable crops, making a price. Prices will be strictly
& withaMpiquc two-waif f> system at each school into possibility the leaking high mers Market from 4-7 p.m.? postponement necessary. between the grower and the
proper working order. school gym roof may be according to Market ManagerBob County Agent Bobby Taylor consumer.
sewing$urfo< that Turknett told the board that a repaired without cost to the Allen. stated that higher food prices "We feel that the prices will
1. II_&front Hal tojla'fr big part of the trouble with the school board.A The Market will open again have motivated many peopleto be less than the normal retail
3'it- arm" systems now is lack of 10-year maintenance Saturday June 1, starting at plant their own gardens this market and it will be a good
g \ periodic maintenance and contract on the new six- 10 a.m. and closing at 4 p.m. year making more vegetables chance for the consumer to
w-: sewing tastanttyl cleaning. He added he also month-old gym roof has cometo Farmers planning to sell available in the county. buy for the freezer" stated
favors the two bid approach."I'm light, Morgan said. He is produce at the market should Consumers will buy at Allen.
interested in them postponing his recommendation have their produce at the
r telling us initially what needsto to repair the roof until it is market early and set up.
be brought into shape" determined whether or not the Farmers should have their
M f Temple said. That way items bonding company will cover own containers. These is no How
/ COME SEEI! IT'S costing over $1,000 could be the cost. Bids were asked on cost for selling. can ordinary men

A THE ULTIMATE put out for bids, and less the gym roof repair but only "We don't expect it to be a
MACHINE YOU'VE costly items could get quicker one was received by the May big boom at first because its accomplish
action. Temple and the school 20 meeting that a $1,700 bid something that has to be built
PIP- WAITED FOR! board are interested in gettingall from Fillingham) firm of ," Allen. "Most all
up says
---A__ masterwork of Singer school air conditioning and Gainesville the firm that puton spring should be in by extraordinary things:
: *+I .. engineering with advanced heating equipment into shape the new roof. crops
opening in some degree
exclusive features before school begins next fall. Water is pouring onto and although this is a different
like the one-step buttonholer "With the two part system beginning to warp the gym type year and a lot of stuff is
Just fhp-down a panel push-button front we'll know where we're at, floor Coach Wayne McLeod coming later than normal."
to MW irvthB-round on drop-in bobbin, see-thru what the initial outlay will be, reported to the school board a Some horticulture plants
necklines,waistbands, few weeks ago.Already awareof
be for
might sale at the
bobbin window !
ttoevei. cuffs. the the board
leak through
along with anythingthat
920 See it now! Architect Morgan, had
has to do with agricul-
already been negotiating with ture. Items such as and
protection Iran Fillingham. The leak is honey can be sold at the
SPECIAL-EVENT SPECIAL caused by a separation in steel market.
$84 things that beams in the
goin 20-year-old
Other vegetables that
FASHION MATE zi9-zo9 sewing machine building. When the new roof should be available are
Model! 257 Carrying case or cabinet extra e was put on,it was thought that tomatoes corn beans, peas LMWA 1'See
the combination of tar and
the night squash, cucumbers okra and, :
2C roofing felt would stretch possibly
'' COLEMAN'S SEWING CENTER enough to allow for the The farmer can sell ,,,,,,

138 E. CALL STREET STARKE FLA. 32091 W Morgan separation told in the the board.beams anything he produces as farm
produce /and similar items are "Unsatisfied Man".
PHONE 904/964-8312 concerned.
This new film about the Dale Carnegie Course
OA Trademark
APPROVED IINOIM DEALER ,d. shows how to put your hidden abilities to work.
Refuseentering . (From
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How to make your business and social life more

or leaving the ultimately kill a lake. satisfying.
complex by way of Highway A. S. Leath who took an
TG& Y 100 to pass in front of propertyof early part in mounting opposi- You can see this film byattendinga
anyone signing the opposing tion to the proposed complex,
: SewIn petitions.28ewage. presented additional petitionsat FREE PREVIEWOf
affluent. the opening of the meeting
Farris said the developershad increasing the total of 80
of no intention of pumping objectors at the meeting last The Dale Carnegie Courseno
FABRIC SHOPS affluent from the treatment month to a current total of1I0re ( cost or obligation)
system into any lake. Affluent than 200. Be our guest-Evaluate the course
SavingsPolyester would be 90 per cent pure and Sample memory lesson
would be absorbed by a filter Leath also pointed out thatno Free copy of a Dale Carneg book
-- system on the property he mention had been made by
said. the developers of a water Date: Thursday June 6
100% 3-Lake access. supply in their plans. "It Place: Clay Electric Co-Op Building, Keystone
Farris said there was no would take a well of consider Heights
L intention to offer anyone in the able size to serve this complex
complex access to any lake with the possibility thatit For information or Reservations call
and agreed to write this into might affect the water levelin
the contracts if necessary. nearby lakes," he declared.In .
Th Several residents! of Jack- STARKE KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
DOUBLE sonville who own property on closing his argument CLYDE TERWILLEGAR HILLBRANNON
Brooklyn or Bedford quickly Farris said he couldn't help 964.7200 473.4135
took issue with the developerof being puzzled over one thing.
the affluent question. "Where was all this opposition DALECARNEGIEOFFICEJACKSONVILLE
Carlyle Jones said, "There when rezoning was requestedand ((904)) 733.6010
isn't a treatment plant in approved for Park-of-the-
Jacksonville that doesn't give Palms which is located on I
KNIT off odor. You can't build a Brooklyn Lake and includes [ DALE CARNEGIE
perfect plant and there will much more development than
be odor at one time or another. we have requested." COURSEThe
.n Even the five or ten cent
t.I 58-60" Wide that is not pure is bound to Leath suggested that Dale Carnegie Course Is being sponsored by the
Keystone Heights Rotary Club.A class will begin in Keystone
perhaps wasn't
mayf ( give off some odor. public as .
All 'lust quality on bolts Double knit John Thomas agreed with well informed on the Park-of- ,Heights soon.Presented
the dependable fabric Fabulous selec- the-Palms matter it had by N.
Jones stating "A treatment as Fla. Institute, 2955 Christopher Rd.
C m f lion ol colors to blend with any Spring
( is like automobile. been on the proposed Bedford- Jacksonville
\ outfit, Machine wash on warm letting plant an Fla., 32217
f Tumble dry, remove promptly When it gets a little age it Brooklyn development.
\ r begins to Break down and give
T.G.&Y's Low Price. trouble. I know. I"live near one t
in Jacksonville. .
H. A. Reaves another opponent -
fl $177 said "If this rezoning
h/ is approved for one block of WELLS ELECTRIC
property, it will open the door
For more and more develop-
L Yard ment later. Soon the County
e Commission would be asked to
make the lakes free to the SERVICEElectrical
public and they're already
Polyester Fancy overcrowded."
I' Johnny Dumas told of living
Thread Trims Contractors
near an apartment complex inJacksonville
and having his

: 18c I Z FM00 home broken to the Into tune and'wrecked of tee

e $3,000" which he blamed on ,
-I apartment tenants. "If you \\0\11: ge ._eS.Ce
...--... Cutting Pattern don't think it'll make your \ S\\
,v insurance rates go up, you got "
: W. Will, \ Boards File another think coming" he

f I ..,Happy.. Vint ta Want* \,1I.6. $ 44 $ O44 declared.Another objector quoted a RESIDENTIALCOMMERCIALINDUSTRIALDIAL
I n rw ur recent article in National Geographic
... /
\, r... ,....... concerning pollutionof 9646061SERVING
PRICES GOOD THUR Lake Tahoe famed Califor-

TO SUN JUN 2 \ ,....%__..... L:,;iLL6rCGC;; L: -ELL1; : : :. I nia that resort.even affluent The writer that said has STARKE AND SURROUNDING AREAS SINCE 1949STARKE

3010PEN DAILY 9TO9PM been treated until it is pure 144 N. THOMPSON ST. 3209.Page2 .
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[ __ 64-fide: l fflw LuncheonMembers of Alpha Gamma BALDWIN'S

Wooty Society Jitor, Chapter, Alpha Delta Kappa

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I Restaurant at noon in Keystone Saturday !
UDC Luncheon Parties Given For Mrs. Shaw i i May 18, for their annual\ Better

Set For June 5 spring luncheon.
Mrs. F. J. Shaw was given a On Saturday night Mrs. The opening prayer was
surprise birthday luncheonlast Shaw was treated to a family given by Chaplain Ruth
W. T. Weeks Chapter UDC, Friday by 16 of her friendsat dinner party at the Alhambra 4's "Frazier and the president,
will have a covered dish the Holiday Inn. dinner-theatre given by her S Lucille Payne, summarized
luncheon and installation of The luncheon table was children, Mr and Mrs. Gene activities and projects of the
officers on Wednesday, June centered with an arrangementof Shaw, Mr and Mrs. Carl L. past two years. As a token of
5, at 12 noon at the Kingsley roses and gardenias. Birthday Johns, Mr. and Mrs. Ovid her appreciation for the
Lake home of Mrs. W. B. cake and ice cream Bennett, and Mr. and Mrs. cooperation of officers and
Mundy. Mrs. Guy Sale and were served after the Dutch Lamar Shaw, in honor of her f members, she presented the
N N9
Mrs.Charley Johns will be co- treat luncheon. birthday. L chapter with a replica of the
hostesses. ADK badge. !
The guest speaker, Ola Lee
Means, past state presidentand
present state membership
chairman gave an Inspiringtalk
i on "Leadership," after
+, 1 v C1 which she installed the
following officers for 1974-76 in
it n raaw, an impressive candlelight Used Cars
ceremony : Frances
Hamilton, president: Gladys
Thomas, vice president.
i Eddie Joyce Sexton, recording -
I tiM1a ,, t
secretary; Rocena 1973 OldsCustom
L Santangini corresponding
secretary; Willie Mae Denton, Cruiser Wagon. Sharp Sharp Sharp! Soft
_l I W1 7 treasurer; Ernestine McRae, yellow paint with Saddle Vinyl Interior. This tine
historian; Evelyn Sinclair, wagon had every option Olds offers. Completely
Ruth Loaded. One Owner.
Linda Bishop, Richard T. Oliver Frazier sergeant-at-arms and Lucile Johns, Was Now

Wed In Valpariso Church RitesMiss chaplains.Mrs.. Means. presented a $4,995.00 $4,495.00

r Linda Bishop of Fort length veil of illusion was Florida ADK book of prayersto
each officer and to the
j.'i $ / Walton Beach, daughter of secured by a lace cap en- new
,, Mr. and Mrs Grady Bishop of crusted with seed pearls. immediate A patriotic past color president schemewas 1973 Ford XLT Ranger
Kingsley Lake, and Richard A reception was held at the
w D. Toliver of Fort Walton Holiday Inn in Fort Walton used for the meeting in Fully loaded with all the equipment Ford offers. Only
Beach of Mr. and Mrs. Beach. Arrangements of keeping with the theme for the 16,000 miles. SHARP.
: son
\ Lu yellow and white daisies were year, "Appreciation of Our
Toliver of ,
Y' Leroy Washington The red white and $3,295.00
/ Nation. ,
of interest.
placed at points
: : D. C., were united in marriage cards and
at the First PresbyterianChurch Fla. Mrs. Mary book.Michael kept thebride's blue napkins of the was place repeated in the
ribbons which tied the
Rev. B. A. Adelman per- The bride's table was flowers
ATTENTION10th formed the nuptials. covered with a white cloth down garlands!the center spring of the white 1972 Chevrolet ImpalaCustom
over yellow and was centered
Highlighting the! were
two seven-branch candelabrawith with a three-tiered weddingcake covered table. The speaker'stable Coupe. 39,000 Miles with Power Steering
11th Grade topped with wedding held floral arrange- Power Brakes Air Conditioning Vinyl Top and Vinyl
Graders Who Will Be In The Next.Y ear burning tapers flankedby with blue
ments interspersed
Interior. Soft Green white side wall tires and
!three baskets of yellow and bells. This was flanked by paint
white gladioli and daisies. silver candelabra with! yellow tapers. A wall banner featuredthe made Corvette wheel covers. Save on this car today.

Your class ring is now on display in our store. In only a month, you Miss Wanda Guidry burning tapers. Mrs. E. S. by Gladys Liberty Bell Thomas, United States Was NOW

can be wearing the most respected symbol of your academic achieve- nuptial presented music.a program of the Harris cake.aunt of the bride, cut flag and bore the words" $2,995.00 $2,795.00
Gamma Salutes 1976.
ment. The punch table was "Alpha
Air Toliver attended his son Hostesses for this meetingwere
covered with white cloth
as best man. a Ernestine McRae,
Our rings are custom created by John Roberts, the maker of the "Worlds Mrs. James K. Smith of over yellow and centered withan Barbara Reddish Rocena

Finest Class Rings". You may design your ring to your own taste to Starke served as matron of white arrangement daisies. At of one yellow end wasa and Santangini, and Gladys 1972 Chevrolet Impala
honor wearing a yellow and Thomas. 4-Door Sedan. White with Blue Trim. This is a clean OK
reflect your personality. white floor length gown with crystal punch bowl and at Chevy with all the right equipment.Was .
the other end silver
was a can-
A-line skirt. She carried a Now
delabra with yellow tapers. BPW Officers
Come In Now And Order 5% DISCOUNT through month of white wicker basket filled The hors d'oeuvers table was $2,895.00 $2,695.00
with yellow daisies
Your Class Ring At JUNE with this advertisement which stramers.hung yellow satin similar Following to the a wedding punch table.trip to Are InstalledAt

New Orleans the couple is Hts.
STARKE'S LARGEST QUALITY JEWELER The bride was attired in a residing at Fort Walton Keystone 1972 Dodge PolaraCustom
and Imported
white silk organza -
with Beach. Bea Kimmons was Installedas Door Hard Top. Dark Blue I Paint with White
lace high
WILLIAMS JEWELRY neck and full gown sheer sleeves The,bride is employed as president of the BPW Clubat Vinyl Top. Only 28,000 Miles and Super Clean. Good
with lace cuffs. She worea secretary at the Okaloosa- the May 27 meeting in the Tires and Road Ready. If you're thinking about a
deep Walton Junior College. Keystone Heights Woman's Dodge then check this one.out first.
opal a gift .
earrings '
Phone 964-7064 144 W. Call St. of the groom, and carried< a Auburn The groom University is a graduate and of is Club. Was Now "

.4 her handkerchief grandmother.belonging Her floor to employed as a research Anita Ashmead district $2,995.00 $2,595.00
at McKinley
engineer director installed the
Climatic Laboratory at Eglin following officers to serve
-- Air Force Base. with Mrs. Kimmons: vice-

second president vice-president, Ann Liggett, Lillian 1971 Chevrolet WagonOne
DKG Installs
THE GREAT GOLF GIVEAWAYthe Pearson; corresponding Owner Car Dark Blue with white top air con
New OfficersFor secretary Joyce Ann Yirak: ditioning. Radio Automatic transmission. CLEAN.

recording secretary. Evelyn I $1,795.00
1974.75 Haney; treasurer

Alpha Nu Chapter of Delta A salad dinner preceded the
Guaranty Federal vitational Kappa Gamma honorary business meeting and installation
society for women educators .
installed Miss Della Rosen- During the social hour. Joan *
* * *
berg as president for 1974-75 in Crosby who was recently
ceremonies conducted married to James Dotson, was
Tuesday, May 21, at 7 p.m. in honored. The club presentedher
the Methodist FellowshipHall. with pieces of china as SUPERECONOMY
well as the past president's
a ly gavel as guard for her pin
I v. Other officers installedwere which Mrs. Kimmons pinnedon
Mrs. Shirley Jasonek, her. SPECIALS
first vice-president; Mrs References were made to
rat Martha Riherd, second vice- the state's convention to be
president; Mrs Joann Bath held in St. Petersburg on June
recording secretary; Mrs. 20.23and the National meetingin . . . .
Myrl Brown, corresponding Chicago, July 21 to August
secretary; and Mrs. Muriel 3.
Norman, treasurer. Miss Miss Rosenberg presentedLanda
Rosenberg appointed Miss Thornton with a $25 1973 Vega 2-Dr. NotchbackSoft
Kathryne Epperson as parlia- savings bond as a reward to
green with green trim. 4-speed. big 4-cylinder
mentarian.The an outstanding business Radio Heater and Air. Conditioning. Only
NOW THERE ARE FIVE student of Starke senior high engine.

ID golf your game? If 10, Guaranty LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU! out-going president, school. 10,000 miles.
Federal Savings and Loan has a gift Mrs Muriel Norman, Special $1,995.00

for you ... golf tees and ball markers. .. ; GaintsvilU! : 220 N. Min presided meeting The at the inspirationalwas business

handy functional gifts, yours free while 3501 W. University AVI. given by Mrs. Evelyn I
the supply lasts! 3300 S.W. Archer Road Haney Contributions were
Starlet: 395 W. Madison collected for the Miccosukee 1972 Vega HatchbackOrange
Stop by any Guaranty Federal office Keystone Heights: lwrtnuBhd. and Indian scholarship fund paint with black stripes. 4 speed,' new tires.
in Gainesville, Starke. .. or KeystoneHeights only 17,000 miles.
and pick up a few. While you're there, Sylvan Way Mrs. Edna Hart presentedto
Mrs. Norman a gold charm Special $1,695.00 .
it's a good lime to open or add to a hig"interetlt
from the chapter as a token of
passbook savings account ... or appreciation. Mrs. Norman Ask
ask about Guaranty Federal's wrings presented to the club a metal _

certificates SAVINGS INFORMATION filing case. Charley ,; 1972 Vega Panel DeliveryGray

of the Federal Paint with like new tires. One owner clean. Runs
It's all part Guaranty Refreshments were served
Invitational, the money game where last Mlnye.r' by the Bradford County membership perfect.

players shared over S2.500.000 in Type of Account Investment MM Tern Annual 1 Rate Annual field Bradford. Other County members attendingwere from Johns Special $1,295.00

interest earnings. Passbook S.JY1Ras None None 5 25'. 5 39', : Mrs. Cleo Redding. frI
lone! New Certlhcate S1.000 90!bys S 1S'. 5 U', Mrs. Mona Canova, Mrs I
In this game, there's no way to New Certificate S1.000 1 Uear 150'. 612'. Willie Mae Denton, Mrs. About This Question:

So come play in the Guaranty Federal New Certificate! nooo 2'/a Tears S'J5'. S 91'., Maxine Gibson, Mrs. Helen "A careless act can cause 1971 Vega 2-Dr. NotchbackDark

Invitational. Pick up your free ball New Certificate nooo nUtS 1.50'0 1.19'0 Mrs.Johns,Tommie Mrs. Adele Nolin.Mitchell.Mrs. another person to lose his Blue with Automatic transmission. Radio and

markers.... and tees And start earning Lucille Payne Mrs. Gladys sight.obis masculinity..andresult heater and air conditioning. One owner.

higher interest on your savings dollars.. When earnings are allowed to compound daily Thomas, Mrs. Marilyn in a law suit for Special $995.00
Vellenga and Mrs. Sue The
or more.
The Guaranty Federal Invitational... -A substantial, interest penalty,is required for early Winkler. usual $10,000 personal

it'* the best game in town. withdrawal on certificate plans liability policy is no longer

THE BRADFORD C.adequate.Johns Agency Can the increasemy Charley It Only Takes A Minute To Get A Better Deal!

Ia + Published every Thursdayat ComprehensivePersonal Ij j I
138 W.Call Street Liability to ,
Federal Starke, Florida 32091 $100,000..even $1,000,000

'Guaranty .... for just a few dollars more
.-- Second Class postage paid ?" / 1. .
\.NON f Starke, FloridaSubscription premium I

Savings and Loan Association Rates, : Charley E. I US 3O1 NORTH PH 964-73OO

In trade area: 16.00 per AGENCY STARKE, FLORIDA
.. .
;IIIII f year; 13.50.hI months
The Friendly Savings Center' 131 SO. WALNUT ST. ["Sooner or Later Your Favorite Dealer"

"'.t SyS' Outside trade area: 17.00 PHONE 9A4-5O7O'
per year: II.00 six months' !

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4 TELEGRAPH May 30.1971r
-------- Bride
Shower -.EI
Sandra For June Jarvis. .ct
RegisterIs awarded.
RegisterBachTo of the latter.A and centered with a prizes were Mrs.
: Miss June Jarvis, June 22 Morris Lee, mother of the
I I Honor GuestAt bride-elect, was honored at a pink and green color Hallmark bridal centerpiece. prospective groom,
Wed June was
lingerie shower Thursday scheme was carried out in the
LuncheonMiss night,.May 23, given by Mrs. party decorations. The Games were played by the among Mrs. Ewell the guests.Lawson assistedin
\ the
Miss Sandra Gene Register John Bradleyand Mrs. refreshment table was ten guests during party
and George Michael Bach will Sandra Merritt Williams at the home covered with a white cutwork hours 8 to 10 o'clock and serving.
be united in marriage" on June a
June was honoredat
8 at a sunset wedding on the luncheon given
a Saturday
shoreline at the home of
Mrs. M. J. Sanderson
Freeman Register, Jr. at 8p.m "
and Mrs.
Tallahassee S. G.
on Hampton Lake with a Denmark at the home of the
reception following also at the First Sami Annual
Register home. latter on E. Call Street. :

All friends and relatives are The five luncheon tables
invited to attend. were covered with linen and )

t J embroidered cloths and

Teenage Volunteers\ Are HonoredThe r arrangements flower centered arrangements.with small of spring spring Other T % i

flowers were used in the party :
Teenage Volunteers of three members that are rooms. *
the Bradford County Hospitalwere Seniors.
honored at a Pizza Party Officers for next year were V
Thursday, May 23, at the presented as follows: Miss r,ytI Guests included Mrs. Betty !
Pizza Hut in Starke, followedby Anita Green President, Miss Register mother of the
dessert at the home of their Kathy Starling Secretary. honoree, and Mrs. Freeman
sponsor, Mrs. Jim Lawson. Treasurer, Mrs. Linda Register Sr. and Mrs. C. T
Gold charms were awarded Johns, Sponsor; Mrs. Jim Wade, grandmothers of the
each girl for her participationin Lawson co-sponsor. honoree Miss Carol Brooks of
the program this year, and Pictured above are Teenage Columbus, Ga. was an out-of- .
special gifts were given the Volunteers (from left): Anita town guest.Assisting. SALE
Green, Susan Faulkner
Cynthia Davis Kathy I
PageNormanWed Starling, Alica Jackson, r-T- 6. I in serving were
Debbie Shuford Glenda Mrs. J. E. Hardy and Mrs.
In Georgia Johnson, Darlene Carter and J Clyde Sinclair.
Janice Davis.Middle The hostesses presented the 7
Loca Norman, formerly of 3 honoree with a cymbidium
Starke was united in I orchid corsage and a mat-
marriage in a civil ceremonyto School ching set of pot holders and
Lester C. Page of Jackson- toaster cover as a memento. of BRADFORD SQUARE
ville. The wedding took placein Gym Team Will HicksDaleDate the occasion.
Folkston, Ga. at the
residence of Justice of the Present ShowThe Set June
Peace O. E. Raynor.
Following the wedding, a Bradford Middle Schoolgirl's Miss Debra Anne Hicks of I. ENTIRE STOCK OF JUNIOR & MISSY
poolside reception was held at gymnastics team will Waldo and Michael Steven
the residence of Mr. and Mrs. present "A Time For All Dale of Wilmington N. C.will
Thomas J. Byrnes of Jackson- Seasons"Thursday,June 6,in be united in marriage on June DRESSES REDUCED
ville. the Middle School gym at 8 8 at 7:30: p.m. in the Hampton 41I f'
Among those in attendancewere p.m.Admission Baptist Church. '( 'f ,,.; SHORT SLEEVES AND SLEEVELESS STYLES IN
Jake Godbolt of Jack- is 50 cents for A'f' .9...... ',
sonville, and Vittori Glissentiand adults and 35 cents for '" .. ,,;. <)' '4<, ,, POLYESTERS AND ARNELS, PRINTS AND SOLIDS
of New York students. Dinner .-: .,, .. .
family City. Party ./ f"1"
Following the reception the Proceeds will be used to buy SIZES 10 TO 20 AND 5 TO 15

couple left on a wedding trip to new gymnastic equipment. Honors EmployeesOf .\., .,,.s: ... t
Miami Beach. '" ,
-------------- .
The Pages will reside in Phone Company I .1. I Reg.
Jacksonville where the Gary Hamilton left
superintendent of a groomis manu- Saturday for several weeks % O FF6 : $1120 $1680'SUPER
facturing plant. vacation in England and Employees of the Florida Junior Club ;
Europe. State Telephone Co. of Starke
held a dinner party Saturday Awards $200Scholarship
night at the Bonanza Steak
CALVARYBAPTIST House in Jacksonville for Mrs. d COOL SHORT SLEEVES
Bud Harley and Mrs. Bud _
Clemons who are leaving the Miss Debbie Shuford,
CHURCHOld Telephone Company em- daughter of Mr.and Mrs.J.S. PANTSUITS
ployment.The (Sid) Shuford was awarded a
FashionedBAPTISMAL $200 Nursing Scholarship by 100% Polyester solids
eleven couples attending the Junior Woman's Club of
included the staff Starke, to be used at the and prints in cool summer 1
SERVICE their husbands and wives. college of her choice.
Parting gifts were given to the Miss Kathy Starling was colors, sizes 10-20 ,
two honorees. chosen by her fellow membersas

Sunday June 2,1974 "Teenage" Volunteer of the Reg. *1788 *28 .
Year. Miss
Starling was
3:00 P.M. Country Club presented an engraved silver

Women To MeetThe charm and plaque. NOW ONLY

the Dace Paulk Home Golf and women Country of the Club Starke will Susan Calhoun. $ I 52TO $ 60 .

meet Monday night in the Weds Mr. ChilsonIn
SPECIAL SINGING ON LAKE SHORE clubhouse at 8 p.m. to elect COOL AND ,
officers for the coming year. Ocala, May 25 COMFORTABLECOTTON
by The women will not meet
during July and August. Miss Susan Calhoun of )
THE FRAMPTON FAMILY Silver Springs became the
and bride of Roger Alan Chilson of ;J
Mrs. Myrtle Anderson and Ocala on Saturday,May 25, at DRESSESAND
THE SALAZAR FAMILY Mrs.Olive Gregory and Eddie 3 p.m. at the home of thebride's fol '
Schwab of Gainesville spent parents with the Rev. i.
Cordially Invited Friday to Monday with Mr. Raymond Estes officiating : JUNIOR JEANS
Everyone and Mrs. Edward Schwab at The bride is the daughter of PANT SUITS ,
Merritt Island. Mr. and Mrs. Ben L. Calhounof ;
Silver Springs. The bride- SIZES 14K-24K i'' !,I I! BY Hillbilly, Salvation Jackson

groom is the son of Mr. and Square, Solids, Plaids
Mrs. Lesley Chilson of Lake Reg. *7 and I 9e9 ,
Gigantic: Geneva. ''j EI\(.; Checks, Denims ;l

father Given, the in bride marriage wore by a floor her NOW ONLY I Ij I, In Low Or High Rise!

length gown of white crepe, Cuffed Or Plain h \
fashioned with bodice and $C99 \
CLEARANCE long sleeves of embroidered $490 a ; t Bottoms. 1 j" ,
S eyelet lace.The empire waist- TO
Theal e line was accented with a bandof iI Sizes 5-15 I/ : ,
embroidered satin.. She '
carried a nosegay of white and sl A BIGIJ"t'i I /
yellow orchids. ;
Close Out On Miss Marilyn Calhoun of GREEN / NAVY COORDINATE s it ; }

Gainesville, sister of the ,
bride, was maid of honor and A/
the bride's only attendant.She SPORTSWEARCOLLECTION 1 /4 I
ENTERPRISERANGE wore a sleeveless dress styled OFF ,
similarly to the bride's of I
pale yellow floral printed

plisse.yellow rose.Mickey She.carried a single by Gay Gibson REGULAR I j

Agner of Ocala '
REQ. 38"
served best
as man. NAVY BLAZER .
After a short wedding trip
the couple plans to live in 1-ONLY SIZE 10 NOW $2299
.,0 .
10 bride is a graduate of REQ. '32'
h GAS the University of Florida and |NAVY BATTLE JACKET OFF

RANGES is employed with Intra- 3-0NLVSIZE6.S.10 $1999(
-- American Underwriters Inc. NOW MISSYGREENNAVY
The bridegroom is also a ,1
FOR graduate of the University of 2800 SLEEVE
Florida and is employed with i PLAID JACKET
the Sumter County Board of $16' [99 PRINTBLOUSES
Education. 2-ONLYSI2E8.10 NOW

$12900 Open House ''GREEN / NAVY REQ. 28"

Given For JohnStricklands PLAID SLACKS $1699 COTTONS AND


REG. 169.95 NAVY or WHITESLACKS REQ. '24M 8 20
MODEL The women of Pine Level
9-36 Saw 54000 Baptist Church gave an "open 'e-ONLY $ 199 REG- $ C24
house" party last Friday SIZE 6,8,12 NOW $Q10
evening for Rev. and Mrs. '7411 TO 11300<>
John Strickland and their new NAVY S/S REQ. '16" TO
baby son, John Thomas BLOUSE,5ONLYSIZE6,18
Strickland Jr., at the $9|!99
Strickland home on Highway NOW
7 $16900 A pink, green blue and

yellow carried out in decorations scheme was and .'. .,.....-,.,';" '..-.".--.-....-.....--_...-.."..'.-..-,"....."...''"'''".''.;-...,.-.,...--..-...--.....--".-.........=. -".,.........-.......,. "'.;:'"-...,..'. ,
flower arrangements. The re- TOPS
REG. 2O9.OO freshment table was covered ,
with a white linen cloth and

HURRY! WHILE THEY LAST! was flower centered arrangement.with a spring 7e6ote4' SHIRTS,

Approximately 50 guests KNITS
called between the hours six
; SAWYER-SLADE and eight o'clock. STOCK REDUCED


Gas & Air Conditioning Mr. and Mrs. John Adams #
and daughter Amy, of te' 1/40FF I
Athena, Ga. are visiting Dr.
W. MADISON ST. 964-77O1 and Mrs. H. H. Adams this .





: 11)71!) TICLKGKAIMI Cage

a .
I Stork Shower

Given By BSP
r For Mrs. BradleyBeta
4 Russell McRae celebratedhis
l ,, t I Sunday at a
l t 72nd birthday
Sigma Phi sorority i family get-together. Amongthe &
held a cookout at the home of 50 guests attending were :
l-j __ Mrs. Gene Cox on Lake Mrs Evelyn Newsome '
Bedford for the last meeting. of Williams and son, Blaine, of
the club year.A I Folkston, Ga. and Mr. and
surprise stork shower was Mrs. John Mack Newsome of
given for Mrs. John Bradley. Jacksonville.Miss .
Several of the girls shared I II

handicrafts they had made. Katherine Peek of
During the regular business Winter Garden will\ be home
meeting each committee for the weekend.Mr. family center
reported on plans for the I i : 61!. '
upcoming year with date for ,.: and Mrs. R. O. Dansby
I "" the annual fall. dance set for visited Mr. and Mrs. J. B. I
Oct. 12. Miss Williams, Dansby in Perry Monday.

Marzloff-Newsome -------------. Mr. Douglas Plan
Twenty-nine members of O QOPED QEapQ pE JL L L QQa4QaU

Mr; and Mrs. Fred J. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. -June 16 Wedding the Pine Level Baptist Church

Marzloff engagement of Mayo announcethe and ap- Harrington Heights and of.Mrs.Keystone C. N. Mr. and Mrs Elvin went Mayport deep last sea Saturday.Mrs. fishing. off .S. 301 South Open Daily 9 to 9 Sfarke FlaWe

proaching marriage of their Christy attended the piano Williams of Savannah, Tenn. Sunday 12 to 7 ,
daughter; Lynne Andrea, of recital Sunday afternoon at announce the engagement and James Barron at- .. .
Gainesville, to Michael tended a luncheon and bridal .
Wayne the Friday Musicale approaching marriage of their ,
Newsome,son of Mr. and Mrs. Auditorium in Jacksonville. daughter, Laura Beth, to John shower Saturday at the homeof We Will Be
Ernie W. Newsome of Starke. Shannon Michael Douglas of Mrs. Carol Provinsky in ; (
Harrington To
participated Happy
The wedding will take place in the Hawthorne, Fla., son of Mr. Jacksonville honoring Miss 9
June 15 at 7 p.m. at Hope program. and Mrs. Lowell Douglas of Jane Herndon of Gainesville.Mr. t, Refund Your Money I
Baptist Church. Douglas of Decatur, Ga. ; II You Are Not p ?1
Tampawas r
The bride-elect is and Mrs. J. M. Edwards Satlafled With
a 1969 home for the weekend. the bride-elect is the grand- r
graduate of Gainesville High daughter of Mrs. Maggie ,Sr. and M>*. and Mrs. J. Your 'ulcha..

School, attended Santa Fe Mrs. George Flynn, Jr., Willoughby and late Turner M. High and family of Jack- ..." .I.I'J.
Junior College, and is now Mrs. Betty Anne Phillips, Williams,and the late Mr. and sonville spent the weekend at
employed by General Electricat Mrs. R. V.,Turner, Mrs. J. B. Mrs. Charles Byram all of Horse Shoe Beach. e .' 7

Hague. Godwin, Mrs. Harold Godwin, Savannah, Tenn. -
Mr. Newsome is a 1968 and Mrs. Maxie Carter, Jr. Mr. Douglas is the grandsonof Mrs. Marie McMillin of St.
graduate of Bradford High spent the weekend at Daytona Mrs. Iva Douglas and late Petersburg was the weekend
School, attended Electrical Beach. John Douglas of Brooker, and guest of Mrs. J. L. Gentry.
Apprentiship School, and is the late Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mrs. Gentry also had as _
employed by E. C. Ernst as an Mrs. Harry Mooty spent Knapp of Hawthorne.Miss Saturday visitors Mr. and ,
electrician at Crystal River Saturday with her cousins, Williams is a 1972 Mrs. Arthur Rigdon of Jacksonville
Nuclear Power House. Mr. and Mrs. Milton St. Peter graduate of Central High KTGY4
All friends and relatives are and Miss Beryl Holland, in School in Savannah and a 1973 WROUGHT IRON
invited to attend the weddingand Gainesville.Mr. graduate of Santa Fe Com- Mr. and Mrs. V. F. Herlong i
reception. munity College in Gainesville.She and Mr. and Mrs. R. C LAWN
and Mrs. Walt Corliss of is now living and working Herlong of Jacksonville were Indoor/Outdoor PACE SETTER Line. Rust-resistant solic
Lafayette, Ind. will be in Savannah Tenn. Sunday visitors of Mrs. W. F. wrought iron frames with smooth baked on while
DUPLICATE KltlUGK enamel timsh. Buoyant polyfoam-filled tufted cushions
Thursday overnight guests of Mr. Douglas is a 1971 tyy FURNITURE
CLUB RESULTST on helical coil springs Supported vinyl printed up
Mr. and Mrs. James Barron. graduate of Bradford High I u t
A. Sundem and Mrs. holstery.
Carrie Ritch and Mrs.
School in Starke, and a 1973
Edward Burns were the Mary Wooten had as visitors #15-013 4-PIECE
Mrs. Arlin McKnight graduate of Santa Fe Com-
winning couple at Duplicate returned from munity College in Gainesville.He during the weekend Dr. T. G.
Sunday a ten-
Bridge Tuesday night Mr. Ritch and daughter, Jan, of IDL.A1MD GROUPING $
day vacation with Lt. Col. and is now attending the University -
and Mrs. Kick Jamus were Mrs. Don Koretz and daughterin of Florida in Gaines- Jacksonville\ Miss Jenny INTE RNATrONAI. Includes 26"W x 30"H CLUB 8888
second place and Mrs. Rhea ville. Cleveland of Atlanta Mr. and CHAIR 48"W x 30"H LOVE SEAT-
Va. and
Johnson and Mrs. Hilda at the Black and White 18" 24" 14" COFFEE
12" SOFA.
Dey Graves Mountain Lodge at The couple will be united in Mrs. Tom Ritch of Charlottes- Solid state cir x x
were third. ville, Va., and Mrs. N. T. with in- TABLE & 24" x 18" x 20" END
Syria, Va. marriage Sunday, June 16, at cuitry TABLE
4 p.m. at Graham ChapelUrnted Ritch of Hialeah. Mrs. N. T. stant-on sound!
-------------- Mrs. Joe Hill and daughterof Ritch remained for several
Methodist Church in 75
/ /
Ocala the weekend
Mr. and Mrs. Don Ray with her spent parents, Mr. and and Savannah relatives, Tenn. All invited friends to days. I inches square fo !
Tilley of Hollywood are Mrs. Harvey Edwards Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hill, Jr. ing,
attend the
visiting her parents Mr. and Joining the family on Sundaywere ceremony. and family of Panama City blackout sun 9
!Mrs. J. G. Jackson, this week. Mr. and Mrs. Tolbert -------------- were weekend guests of Mr. screen. Telescoping $ FURNITUR
Edwards and family of Jack- and Mrs. C. G. Hill. swivel 69
sonville.Mr. Local admittances to Each Lawn
antenna. Ivory
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Championand
Bradford County Hospital this Mrs.W. B. Mundy and Miss & Black. Limit 1
!Mrs W. B. Thompson
and Mrs. P. D. Reddish week include: Mrs. Lillian Brenda Sapp attended the I
!Monday to GLIDER
spent Wednesdayof
will spend the weekend with Powell, Miss Sue Ann Sanders funeral of Charlie Mundy in
last week at World
Disney Mr.and Mrs. Kirby Padgett in Mrs. Louise Griffis, Lauren, S. C. on Sunday.Mr. I
and also were
overnight Plant City. They will be accompanied Gaston Lalanne, Mrs. Carolyn : & CHAIR
guests Tuesday of Rev. and I
by Elder Donald Hilliard, Mrs Joyce Coleman, and Mrs. Bob White of
Mrs. V. J. in
Ragsdale St.
Hazen and children who will Francis Beard Mrs. Frances Gainesville were Monday Wire 6.
Petersburg. visit his mother, Mrs. Emory Cole Mrs. Minnie Rhoden, night supper guests of Mr. and ,.
Ha/en in Plant City. Starke; Jerry Weeks Mrs. Olin White. *051

and Grandin Mrs.; Christopher Mary Lu Carlton Ditter, "Mrs. George Bishoptof v' FENCE FLANDERS ," '
Hampton; Eula Norman Mrs. Jacksonville was a Saturday
Gladys Rucker and Mrs. overnight guest of her
Martha Roberts, Lake Butler; parents Mr. and Mrs. A. B. 18" high-10 Ft. "
GLIDER: 36" x 46" 2-pas-
David and Mrs.
Browning Whitehead.Mr. long. Baked-on sengerofheavysheetsteei' If
Sarah Stafford Raiford Mrs.
; jJJJ
Du-Pont finish! with' rolled edges. Frame 'C
Janie Atkinson
; and Mrs. Jimmy 'if heavy steel tubing Baked-
r Waverly Griffis, Maxville; Wiggins of Jacksonville were -.. ,in enamel finish.
Miss Mary Schaeffer Monday guests of !Mr. and 7

Keystone Heights. Mrs. Phillip Nichols at $14 CHAIR: Companion Chair [
Kingsley Lake. lor the above Glider. All. $ 8 8 y
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Eggersand 6
metal, long-lasting lawn }/ #049
PEWTER by WILTON family of Jacksonville Mrs. Jack Carter and son. ,furniture. ,for Leisure, Livmgl' Each
visited his grandparents, Mr. Jay, of Douglasville Ga. are ,
ARMETALE and Mrs. Tullie Norman, on
Mr. and
visiting parents '
Sunday. Mrs. A. G. Loudon, while !Mr. ADJUSTABLE FIRE KING 'SENTRY

Charles Burton of Augusta, Carter is attending school in HEIGHT 2 QUART LadiesSneakers
.. .. .. ,
docoraliv' cc &ori ft Interior design Ill for two weeks.
Ga. and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Chicago,
three eighty four north temple 9645242f
St. John attended the stock Mrs. Carter and son went to
car races in Lake City Miami Wednesday to visit her Ironing Batter Flea
Saturday night. Mr. St. John brother-in-law and sister !Mr.
( (&R"IIr&t it e1i1R tM and Mr. Burton were fishingin and Mrs. Marvin Barnhart SIZE 5 TO 10
I Bowl Collar
St. Augustine on Sunday. and daughter at Margate Fla. Board WHITE RED BLUE
Mrs. Carter and son and Mrs.

spend Barnhart the weekend and daughter in Nassau.will

$433 99 99 $188I
We invite Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Hazen of
youto Jacksonville\ were Monday LIMIT 1 ''M 2 LIMIT' 2
visitors of Mrs. A. E.

see our WYNN'S ASST SIZE Paint Set
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Yeagerwere
in Miami the past week SIZE
visiting friends and :Mr. Car Care Air Roller
Yeager also attended the
Masonic York Rite con- Dial I ConditionerFilters I
\ vention. Products And

Carpet Vinyl floor covering !Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy Soap
visited their daughter. June, Pan
Decorator hardware :t
at Valdosta State College on
Ceramic tile Wallpapers & matching fabrics ,. Sunday.

Paint Decorator furniture & accessoriesGifts O100
Capt. and Mrs. !Mickey 10c C
Brass, Tin and Copper .. Dansby and daughter of San 44c 99

"1 two Antonio weeks Texas with spent their the past. I mm LIMIT 4 mm For I LIMIT' 2.
professional decorating guidance : f:
Complete Mr.and, !Mrs R. O. Dansby in
and Installation available ,+l ,I Starke, and !Mr. and Mrs. E. ree ett
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/ Beef For Schools : T' .OT'O"

Department ATLANTA Ga.of -Agriculture The L': S. "Golden "T" S.V.L Have You Applied

(USDA) has received the
second set of bids from meat For Yours
packers following the first

purchase of 231.000 pounds of iiI- OUR LOW PRICE
oCarl frozen ground beef for :' WALL PAINT
distribution to schools on April

11. For interior surfaces of wallboard,

AMS paid from 93.49 to 97.50 plaster, concrete, brick or cinder $427
j, cents a pound for the beef. Drip-
I,. Offers were accepted from 2 I less, leaves no lap marks, dries to

.r'1,,, of 18 bidders. Top price bid low-sheen finish.Golden .
The 231.000
was $1.45 a pound.
.;&. AMS about
',;" pounds bought cost p-'e
'. $222,000 of funds provided "T" S.V.L.
under Section 32 of Public Law
,\\1'';:.' 74-320. SUPER VINYL LATEX .

L.Johns Robert L. Kitchens Ann Browny: ... date Within contracts five weeks are awarded of the, HOUSE PAINT $ 47

the ground beef being bought *
} NO PRIMING NEEDED! Excellent -
Open, 9:30: a.m. to 5:00: p.m. Mon.through Fri. Closed Sat. will freezer be produced storage. AMS and placed officials in .ti ) protection for wood, 'alu 9 GallonMayIO

or by appointment. said it will be shipped to eeI" minum, siding, asbestos
schools beginning in July and shingles masonry, brick or
384 North Temple Starke Florida 32091 will be available for school .stucco.
((904))964-11242 lunches at the beginning of the
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reconstruction: Hardship Recalledn uf MAn everyday scene at Ward lly" 'Jt.': "J.! ".,,..:.' r'ti i'd,. "i,,._.!"'i\1A/.o.I r.'i\U\.///)1'/\) .,... ,. .... ..?.( Fla. FFA

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Memoir of Pioneer Brooker Man .r w ByHutchins

.lardships of the Recon- Starke through Sampson City Ward City was gradually and practically nothing to

action period following the to High Springs, provided dropped and the town, as well market.
Paul Hutchins Jr. BHS
tfvil War: are described in a such road was built within as the post office, came to be ,

per written by the late W three years from date of the known as Brooker. Legal Chickens sold for 25 cents ahead i'r )rar senior with an outstanding
'. Ward who was born "about 4 t "N four-year record of service in
deed. descriptions of property in theo regardless of weight,,
Future Farmers of America
years after the War area, however, still the dozen-
carry and at 10 cents a
tween the States" in the Although the deed did not so designation of Ward City. all in eggs trade,at that. There was is a candidate for election as
state president of FFA at theorganization's
estern part of Bradford specify there
was a "genNeman's little money in circula-
>unty, now known as the agreement" that the As W. W. Ward tells thepoker very tion. Long staple cotton was State Con-

area. station would be named Ward story, his earliest recollect about the only crop that could vention in Daytona Beach,

City in return for Mr. Ward's ions are of "carpetbagger be sold for cash, and il Juna 1014.Hutchins.

Jw. W. Ward was the son of generosity. days" when "Yankee soldiers brought only 20 to 25 cents per is currently ser
mery Priest Ward and were sent into the South to three
lint. One to
pound in the District 4 FFA
[ of William H. Ward But when collect of taxes +1' ving as
andson the post office at every penny bale .
bales of 300 pounds per ,.r, .r+ president, and has also servedas
[native of South Carolina whoa this location was established the people could stand, and to was about all the average t president of the Bradford
me to Florida around 1818, around 1900 it was given the try to force the people to could raise.It .
farmer :
nd lived a while at Middlename of Brooker, which is accept the recently freed r..- ", .... .,. Senior vention Chapter.next month At the he con-will
urg before settling in what is said to have been the surname slaves as their equals socially was under these condi .. - "-'. receive the State Farmer's

ow the Brooker area about of a farmer who lived in the and to humiliate the South in tions that I started life. We the that

840. vicinity of the station. any way they could." His worked hard from daylight The caption on the postcard says "An Everyday Scene at Ward City." but the postmark on be Degree conferred, highest by the state can
continues: until dark and from
story Monday the back is "Brooker." Both names were used for the town around 19(10( when this card was FFA.
It was Emery P. Ward who, There was considerable morning until Saturday night,,
mailed for cent stamp.
a one postage
1892, deeded a large part of confusion for a period of The South had been blede with just an occasional hall Hutchins has an outstanding

railroad right-of-way to several years due to the young white of everything! in the waye day or day off. record in public speaking and

Ambler Lumber Co. of town having two names. Some of food and clothing,and times Tampa Bay. We hauled oyster started around the coast and day and then proceeded to will compete for the state title
acksonville for the sum of of Brooker's mail wound up in were extremely hard and The country at that time shells to make walks around got as far as Rockledge on the start the boat on its regularrun in this activity at the Daytona

(ne dollar to encourage the Wardville or Ward Station in trying. In my earliest recol- was undeveloped and neighbors the Tampa Bay Hotel, which Indian River, where we were up the Suwannee River. Convention. Previously this

milding of a railroad from West Florida, so the name of lection there were no markets, were few and far between was then being built. caught in the disastrous freezeof We went up above White year he has won the sub-

It was a commonplacething 1895, which did so much Springs where we loaded with district, district, and area

for wild deer and turkey After leaving Rockledge, we damage to the orange trees all naval stores for our return. I titles in public speaking. At
to come and feed on the crops went on down to St. Lucie inlet over the state. left the boat and came to the

etriTOTUALDelaying in the fields. where we saw thousands of old home at Brooker for a

About all the recreation we fish the freeze had killed. There were only three week or two visit before
They were floating belly all houses in Miami at that time. returning to Dublin, Ga.I .
had in my early boyhood days up
the surface of the While we were up the river
over waterof r
was to to the old swimminghole
go was not back in Dublin
washing the boilers, a young
i in the creek, or some St Lucie sound. man came aboard the boat long before I began workingon

/ nearby mill pond on Sunday and offered the captain a deedto another boat and continued
/1 ActionIn mornings, which we would dc We went on down through 40 acres of land near wherewe to follow that class of work

against our father's wishes,, Jupiter narrows to Jupiter were tied in exchangefor until 1900 when I married Miss
and almost invariably got a Inlet but the bar was too his up to Cedar Annie Graham. Shortly after
(I though, a bad) shallow for the boat to go passage up
faces after the good and the refusedIt. this, I leased a boat and began
with include several Key, captain
refusing to comply subpoenas new paddling for our disobedience, safely over, so we had to business. In
issued both by the House, Judiciary November elections. This presents the return through the narrows to Hialeah. This is land was where operating about two my years I was made a

Committee and the office of special question of whether those who have not We had only a three months St Lucie Inlet, where it was now. licensed pilot and captain for

Watergate prosecutor Leon Jaworski, previously sat as jurors should be school each year, and would deep enough for us to get out After washing boilers we any size boat on any inland
forget about all we learned at to bee, as the inland waterwaywas
the question of impeachment went on South along the insideof waters in the U. S.
President Nixon (of the one-time "law permitted to vote on one term before time for the not open to Miami at that I

and order" team, Nixon and Mitchell) is and whether it would be fairor next one. I did get as far as time. Henry M Flagler was the island around of Key the Largo shoal, I continued for the next 25

continuing his clever strategy of fightinga feasible to put the nation through a fractions in arithmetic. then building the Florida East waters passing, swinging north up to years on all the Georgia and

delaying action.It brand new proceeding in the Senate if It was all work and no play. completed Coast Railroad as far and south had as it Cape Sable, then up throughthe South Carolina rivers emp-

the current session ends before the Father always planted a large Palm Beach Ten Thousand islands to tying into the Atlantic Ocean

is a tactic that he has believed all Nixon trial is complete. acreage and that kept us Marco We stayed at Marco and along the inland water.
four days, taking on wood fuel way from Georgetown, S. C to
along would enable him to live down the children working from day- \V e passed out over St Lucie the Fernandma Fla The
and waiting on rough sea ,
Watergate scandals and hold tight to the Another good (from his standpoint) light until dark to try to keep bar just about sunrise and outside to calm sufficiently to railroads and trucks finally
and then
fields clean we
for Mr. Nixon to ignore the the went on down the coast, boat to all the
White House until the American people reason could not do it. be safe for a river took away river

(notoriously short on memory) forgot subpoenas is that, in doing so, he may sundown reaching. Cape We Florida rounded about the venture outside. When the shipping and put the river the annual FFA banquet this
former At of I began to weather did clear, we came boats out of business. I then
the against his top 13 years age
became bored and cause he received the Star
all about or simply and plowed from the cape and came up in BiscayneBay out and turned north along retired from the boat and year
White House aides, Ehrlichman, Colson, plow, the mouth of the Chapter Farmer award
for calling the whole thing opposite
opted first of January until Augustof near the shore line arriving at opened a little shop of my own
and Halderman, to be dismissed for lack Miami River and anchored for about and it until health DeKalb Senior Leadership
each year until I was 19, Fort Myers 8pm ran my Award and the
Shrewd politician that he is, Mr. of needed evidence. If so, it means that when my father and I disagreed the night. gave way and I was forced to Public Speaking award.

Nixon knows that this cleverly fought these "masterminds" of the whole and I left home in July. The next day we proceededon retire.Editor's.
; Next morning when it was
the coast, reaching the
action is his best chance to Watergate mess may never stand trial light enough to see how to up Other activities during his
delaying I packed what few clothes I mouth of Tampa Bay about 4 ( Note: Mr. Ward in FFA in
prevent removal from office. It also for the coverup, or the Ellsberg had in a two-foot trunk and work our way around the pm. and turned slightly out to died Jan. 15, 1950 at the homeof clue career Parliamentary

provides him with an opportunity to burglary.What could be sweeter for Mr. carried it on my shoulder for shoal places in the bay. we sea. Heading straight for his niece in Jacksonville, Procedure: team, three years:
miles to Gainesville whereI went up the Miami River a Cedar we arrived there where he went to live after the
improve his political standing, while Nixon? 20 Key, Forestry Team, two years:
with Uncle Mack few miles where we could get death of his wife in 1947.)
serious constitutional stopped about 7 a.m. We stayed there a and Meat Judging, one year
presenting Maria fresh water to wash the boat'sboilers
Lewis Aunt ,
He well Certainly, it would be a gross miscar my it did not have He is the 1974 Bradford County
b problems to the Congress. mother's sister, I tried to find. as a in the ITI-
inflation of justice if the masterminds of the work condenser on it using saltwater representative
knows that any slowing'of the riage a job there, but was Rayonier scholarship competition

rate, a diplomatic coup in the Middle Watergate strategy never faced a court, scarce, so I had not been there BY and is listed inWho's
the little on down the line long when someone suggested County Agents American
East, or a new arms agreement with whereas guys (Editor's note: After A Who in
Russia could improve his image at home were either convicted or pleaded guilty. I might the get pencil a job factory at Cedar then Keyin several other jobs, including Bobby ? High Schools Teenagers" and "Out of

and abroad it difficult to there.I teaching a three months Notebook standing
making operating school in Ware County, Taylor America." He is a memberand
issue in-
obtain the sixty-seven votes in the The major constitutional Mr. Ward returned present treasurer of the
all this is whether a chief did not have any money to Georgia, and
Senate that are necessary for impeach- volved in home to spend Christmas with BHS Honor Society is
examin- pay my way on the train, so I as
ment. executive, under congressional his family at what is now also currently serving

ation for impeachment, can decide what about started 30 out miles on of foot the 50 walking beforea Brooker. Leaving there aftera Our Farmers' Retail everyone. Fresh, locally District 4 FFA president.

and what will brief visit, he worked at a Market is scheduled to open produced vegetables usuallyare
evidence the court get along about sundown of high
On the other hand, prolonged delay train came Upon completion
sawmill in Hampton until it today (Thursday, May 30)) at 4 more tasty and higher in
could bring about serious problems in be withheld.The Supreme Court has yet I flagged it down and burned, and then followed p.m. You can buy or sell farm quality than those that have school Hutchins plans to

the House and Senate. Since the Houseis tc>decide whether a President alone has rode on into and Cedar went Key looking, spent fora several trades finally produce until 7 p.m. at the been processed, packaged enter Lake transfer City Community

not a "continuing body" in the consti- the right to determine the scope of the job night the, next morningbut arriving in Dublin Ga.where State Farmers Market on and on the shelf for several College the University in a of programfor Florida,

action not executive privilege.If be had. There was he helped build a river steamboat North 301 in Starke. We are days. his
tutional sense, any House none was to have where he will continue
.) His story continues: hoping to a good turnoutof
completed by adjournment date must be nothing left to do but return to both buyers and sellers so We have had promises from studies as a speech major in

repeated when that body convenes againin it should decide that the Presidentis Gainesville.I I liked this kind of work. I that this will develop into a several growers that they will education.

January.And within his rights in defying a court started walking back made a special study of regular market for the peopleof have cucumbers, onions,

order, it will be a sad day for American about 10:30: a.m. and reached building light draught river our area. beans, potatoes, pepper, and
sale. We McLeod
at the first Paul
steamboats and built several sweet corn
while the Senate is considered a justice, as well as opening the floodgatefor Bronson, about half way, a afterward. Cost of production has in- are also hoping that others

"continuing body," it will doubtless unlimited Watergates in the future. little after dark. I hadn't had a creased to the point that evena will bring eggs syrup honey,
drink of water or a mouthful to In December of 1894 the garden for a hobby is ex- plants and other
eat all day so I bought five steamboat Louise was sold to pensive. Most gardeners plant products. I hope that you have

cents worth of crackers and a a party to operate on the and produce more than they plans to attend the opening Rotary Loan

WelcomePresident little butter and sat down by a Suwannee River. I joined the need for their own use. An sale and support this activityby
I The Kremlin's pump and began to try to crew to take it around the opportunity to sell this excess selling or buying locally

quench my thirst. As fast as I coast of Florida to the produce to those who cannot, produced products! A $1,500 scholarship loan
would drink a dipper of waterit Suwannee, and we stopped at or don't, have a garden will has been presented to Paul

Nixon has earned the repu- last year was a serious surprise and dis would come out through the Jacksonville to build a new make more vegetables I have had a couple calls McLeod, now finishing at the
in Moscow.It pores of my skin. I drank at cabin. When it was finished we available at a good price to medical training
of for the leaders about sick calves that have
tation, not without just cause, being a appointment least a gallon before my thirst University of Alabama in
devious man. But it is doubtful that even deprived them of freedom to bully was quenched, and I could eat proven to be the Blackleg Birmingham, by the Starke
line much they might like, and LETTERS TOe disease. People have Club.McLeod .
one with his capabilities along this China as as my butter and crackers.I upset about this disease Rotary

can be more devious than the Kremlin. even forced the Russians to worry about rested there about two S EDITOR---- and very think that their herd is is a Starke native

their frontiers with China because the hours and then started on THE about to be wiped out. For- and an honor graduate of

Therefore, it will be interesting to see Chinese were released from their long again toward Gainesville. tunately, even though the Bradford High School wherehe

who outdoes the other in deviousness fear of an American attack on the other About a mile down the road 1 I FALSE ALARM: disease is serious and will killa also excelled in basketballand

when Mr. Nixon makes his proposed tripto side. Peking could now concentrate its came to a wood rack, crawled or few cattle it seldom reaches football. He is currentlynear
soul of some prankster
epidemic proportions. his class at the
Moscow in June. As observers of the attention, and armed forces, against the under it, got a piece of lightwood to Editor Telegraph: pranksters who tamper with University the top of Alabama
and went
international scene are well aware, Mr. Soviet Union. sleep. I woke a pillow up,at daybreakand The shrill blast of the the fire alarm system. Blackleg is an that acute affects infec- medical school.
Nixon would not be making the trip to walked on into Games. Hampton fire alarm woke me Hampton has spent tious cattle. It is
Mr. Harsch, nothing the other mainly young McLeod interned last
As pointed out by around lam
of the there about
Russia unless the masters v\Jle\ arriving thousands on a new found most everywhere in the
welcome in Moscow thana morning, and I was pleased to summer with Dr. H H.
there. would be more noon. field and I would like to including
Kremlin wished him to come United
local and
see Mayor Art Bruno newly Adams, physician
in Chinese-American relations, that
decline person
suggest every Florida where wet heavily
that he
appointed Fire Chief Stephen indicated at that time
C. which they see as 'an advantage to the There were no jobs of any Smith Peck Dennison and using these facilities be contaminated soil favors per- to return to the Starke
As foreign affairs analyist Joseph kind to be had. I saw the requested to sign a "pledge of the diseases. Cattle plans
Kremlin. This is a moment when others at the fire station, all sistence area for a family type medical
Ilarsch observes, "Nothing is ,easier owner of the house and land book" agreeing to abstain that 6 to 18 months old are
stands in particular need of a using their The Rotary Club
than for 'a host country to think up Moscow from whom my uncle rented, own transportationand from committing vandalism most susceptible. Calves practice.

excuses for delaying an impending visit. foreign policy success, and that is why and he said he would give me personal gas! litter,bugging, and turning in under 4 months old and cattle loans presents in hopes such scholarship that it can
some Washington observers think this is ten cents a stump to dig the false alarms. If anyone can't 2 of age are rarely
These volunteers with
But the of Moscow have chosen not no past years encourage young people, suchas
men off of six of land these
time for Mr. Nixon to visit Russia. stumps remuneration at risk cooperate by following affected with blackleg. the
to the Nixon visit. On a poor the house. I took the present McLeod, to return to
delay or postpone adjoining reasonable requests, theydon't
life and limb and are availableat their
the contrary, the evidence available Harsch observes job and worked at it for the all hourseven in the deserve the privilege of Blackleg is caused by spore- Starke area to practice
Mr. chosen
indicates that they very much want him "Just perhaps, next two months, making middle of the night. They are using the playground. forming bacterial organisms
"the Soviets need Mr. Nixon today even from 85 cents to a dollar a day.
soil for
living in the years.
to come, and would be extremely dis- eager to save property and When the fire truck was Wayne McLeod acceptedthe
I should anything interfere more than he needs them, and that could When this work was lives so it was discouragingwhen returned, I noted it was Heat, cold, drying, and disinfectants $1,500 check, presented by

appointed be the reason they are so receptive to finished, I went to Jacksonville this call proved to be a leaking badly and this have very little effecton Col. Harry M. Hatcher, Jr.,
with the I present? plans. his visit." looking for work about false alarm.If negates the apathy of anyone them. The organisms enter for his brother.
the animal's body through
the feasibility of a
in two or three days after the these false alarms are not questioning can small cuts or puncture woundsin
Even with Mr. Nixon's expertise new fire truck. Hampton
Mr. Harsch points out that this may that the yellow fever quarantine' abated, property will be need- have the best volunteers in the the-skin or through grazing. paralysis. Death usually

be a moment of special opportunity for deviousness, it is hardly likely lifted find work in 1887 there or 88.I took Failing a boa tc lessly destroyed if our loyal State, but these qualificationsare Blackleg is not contagious results in 12 to 36 hours.

the Kremlin. Mr. Nixon's trip to China Kremlin can be outwitted. tc volunteers turn over in bed, retarded and useless if that is, they do not spread by
the St. Johns River
up just direct contact from one Treatment is of little or no
thinking "probably don't have fire fighting
Sanfordrwhere I got a job with another false alarm," and do they in excellent con animal to another. Therefore, value when animals are sick.

a Mr. Pace, plowing in at not respond. And we could not dition.apparatus most losses are sporadic or Vaccination is the only
at dollar a day
orange grove animals
blame them. occur only in single of control.
Ri&B Coo So let us buy a new engine or a few head at any one time reliable means
weekor at 4 to 6
After working there a Vaccinate all calves
and say goodbye to delays, infected from a common
two I went to Tampa and Traffic accidents and and malfunctions! months of age. In some herds
w1 mi iW p4 got a job with Louis Cone re deaths happen both on bona- leaks, source. where losses occur at younger

a modelling a livery stable at fide calls and false ones, and -William H. SummersBox Generally, 95 to 100 percentof agesa accination at an earlier
$1.29 a day. When that was these fatalities will be on the 10, Hampton affected animals die. Death age may be necessary. Calves

o a finished, I found work helpingto be so sudden that cattle vaccinated at this youngerage

..:. BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M, MILLER build a bridge across the 0 may are found dead in the pasture should be revaccinated at
6t_ Publishers Hillsboro River, which was without having shown any approximately 6 months of

Published each Thursday and .nc...... .. S.cond Class Matter at the Post Office at Scathe. the river first at bridge this point.put across the ", .- -'- .' '. signs of illness. Animals with age to get lasting immunity.

Fl.. under jet.1 March 3. 1879. Although the land mass of Australia has existed for more blackleg Gaseous usually have a form high
fever. pockets
Subscription rate in trad areas. 16 pet year; 3.50 six months.Phone After finishing the bridge, I than a billion yeaR. it was the last habitable continent to under the skin of the hips and Bonds Help llnild a
J "Ourald. trade arts! 17 per ,....1- $4.00.1. months. Starke, ;1.. got a job as a deck hand on a be populated by civilized man. The first English colony was shoulders where they cause Better America
little tow boat named Host settled
964-f 303 th.r.ln 1788. stiffness lameness, or
eter,doing work in and around ,



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"Singing Rob Ayers Country Music and Country C'Mklng

H E N RY'S CUSTOM CABIN I ET SHOP CHA R LOTT E'S CARPETS For a place that is friendly and a meal that Is delicious, go to the Ayers Restaurants
located at .464 Park Avenue In Orange Park and 1203 S. Lane Avenue In Jacksonville
AN D V I IN Y LS 17830 Lem Turner Road Here you will find a homelike atmosphere together with cour-

Now you can have that extra bedroom or Garage converted Into a new living center. If teous service that you WIll hke.
The Ayers Restaurants features dinners of tender meat hat are cooked to SUit you,
bathroom added to home, this out.
you want a new garage breezeway or your present
This fIrm is the finest in served wIth vegetables salad, and dess rt. They have delicious steaks cooked to ordersize '
standing contractor can take over completely. They specialize in formica finish, and any one oC the largest and certainly
finishes. the floor covering business. They are located at 3003 N. E. and served In your favorIte manner. If It is just a snack you want, you wIll find sand-
19th in Gainesville, Phone 3774898. wlches, salads, and soups here that are just the thing to take away that hungry fl.oehng.

If you want a room or two added on or a remodeled kitchen,an archway or anything at Select your floor coverings from the most comprehen- They also offer breakfast wIth hot biscUIts,and seafood. ,
slve of for home or If you are a person who wants the best in food when you eat out, you II find that the
all done around your home It is always to your own protection to call upon a reliable con- dIsplay styles and colors in carpeting,
tractor with sufficient experience to do the work correctly and Inexpensively. Henry's business. Many nationally advertiszed brands manufac- Ayers Restaurants are the places to go
Custom Cabinet Shop is widely known as a general contractor of high repute. The many lured by the worlds leading carpet mills. In this Town and Country! Review, we suggest you take your family! out to one of Ayers
jobs he has completed for miles around are a testimony of his ability. Phone 485-5315 or Charlotte's Carpets and Vinyls have carpets to blend ''Restaurants the next time you are In Orange Park or JacksonvIlle and Judge for your-
435-5311. with any decor. What a wonderful difference new floor self.
covering makes especially when the styles and colors are
as lovely as you see here. Stop in and choose now from
BAIRD MOBILE I HOMES their wide selection.
In this review of the leading business establishments in BEGGS GULF SERVICE STATION
Gainesville we wish to recommend Charlotte's Carpets

You'll find today's mobile home an adventure leisure living. One modest investment and Vinyls to all our readers.
brings you every facility of a tastefully furnished, well Insulated home..Instant, ready- Beggs Gulf Service StatIOn is located on Hlway 301 North in Waldo, phone 468'19, or If
living for less than the cost of furnishings alone in the average home! Stop m at no answer, 468-1578 They feature al! types of new ad! used auto parts at reasonableBafrd
RO B E RT I S CAS H F E E DS and have wIth reliable to place car
Mobile Homes, 5402 Phillips Highway InJacksonville, Phone 737-4644, and see prices a complete auto repair service repairmen your
these outstanding mobile homes. They can be purchased with a small down payment and running order They also buy and sell wrecked cars, and are open 24 hrs. with 24
terms assuring you of years of comfort and satisfaction. The luxury and con- ThIs prominent feed store is located at Worthington hr wrecker service, at Beggs Gulf Service Station.
easy venience of these modern homes will astound you, the interior a dream come true in springs, phone 4962390. Town and Country salutes the management thIs establishment and recommends the
beauty, decor, and convenience We recommend this mobile home dealer to all our ThIs feed store has been concentrating for years on the many services that they render to the people of this area, as well as the transientreaders
problems of feed fot' livestock and dairy herds
for their fair and honest business dealings and suggest that you select your motorists
They have done more than their part to improve the lot ofmobile
home from theIr I ot.
the farmers and dairymen In thIs area. For information
and solutions to your feed problems, call Robert's Cash
Feeds in Worthington Springs. You can be assured of

GR I IFF I S DRILLING I SPECIALIST I reliable concern. and accurate information from this leading WEEDMAN'S GROCERY

The complete line of feed carried by them will produce
more results for your money. The reason for this is This Is your economy store owned and managed by Geraldine Weedman. Weedman's
One of the well-known drilling fIrms }in this section is the GrIffIs Drilling Specialist because they carry Molex liquid bag or block feeds Grocery located in State Rd. 13 in Green Cove Springs, phone 284-9808( The management
located: In Alachua, Rt. 1. Phone 462-2845. ThiS fIrm, owned by Stan GrIffis, specializes In which are known for their high quality Be sure to call 496- of this store is extremely adept in procuring merchandise that better suits and satisfies
drilling water wells for domestic, farm, turbined and irrigation use. They are fully In- 2390 or visit them the next time you are in Worthington your needs, yet costs less. .
sured and state licensed and bonded for your protection. Springs for all your feed needs. Living within the family budget is no problem when you trade here. Select your
It is a pleasure to dIrect our readers to the services given by thIs firm; for they insIst household essentials, groceries and meats shoes, clothing, hardware, soft drinks and
that courtesy and accommodation be a part of every business transaction. beer, also a complete line of fishing tackle and bait Their shelves are filled with hun-
For all water systems ad! water well drilling, make the Griffis Drilling Co. In Alachua AMA SON'S SEPT I C TAN K areas of items for the home.
your headquarters. They gIve 24 hour service and"No job is too large or too small." Also We salute this creditable firm for their contribution to the general welfare and
they carry the Sta-Rite pumps with a complete service on these and all pumps. S E RV I ICE economy of our area and suggest that our readers shop with them regularly. Open 7 days
a week 6 a.m to 9 ,
"A member of the State of Fla. Septic Tank p.m

VALL EN COURT PAVING COMPANY Springs, n phone ti 43860, iC rl: : Park,re 264-4027, JAKE'S ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS

specializes in cleaning, repairing and building septic
tanks, cess pools and toilets. This is their business and
In the paving and general contracting field of this section, there is no one organization they are experts in this work Don't take chances by Industrial, commercial, and residential wiring are a specialty with Jake's Electrical I
which has been of greater importance and aid than ALLENCOURT PAVING CO. They having someone do your work that Is not experienced. So Contractors located at 211 Kingsley Ave. in Orange Park, phone 264-9349. This firm Is
specialize in road building and are located in Jacksonville! at 5655 W. Beaver St.. hone many times that work must be dug up and redone, so be well known in this territory for fast and dependable wiring servict' They have been in
7815382. Years of successful paving operations in this sectIOn have eqUipped this fIrm to wIse and have It done rIght the first time. thIs type of business for many rears and have the know-how to handle any job. l'x-
produce roads at a low cost, and with speed. Besides just being paving contractors, they Don't wait until more cold weather has set in before you perience does make a difference m the electric contracting field.
also feature Jennite Sealing, Tennis courts construction and colorcoating. They are fully have that septic tank, cesspool or toilet cleaned. Reasonable bids can only be made when the contractor you call is familiar with the
insured and bonded. Telephone 2843860. problems involved. You can rest assured that Jake's Electrical Contr", on will! l.,
The work Vallencourt Paving Co. performs on a small job is just as good and accurate reasonable and fair in all dealings.as .
one on the biggest hig.hwaypaving contr cts. In this Review: we take pride in complimenting PARTS increased each y ear. they have been In business and they are now
thIs firm on theIr business transactions m this section recognized as leaders in the field of wlrmg.

This firm in Orange Park is located at 1107 Jliway 17,
your NAPA Dealer, phone 264-4527. They offer new parts
MICANOPY WELDING SHOP and accessories. baaerie armatures. startersrsele RIVERMEAD FUNERAL HOME AND
supplies, and feature a complete stock for your convenience -
their efficient business methods and low overhead
J\licanopy Welding Shop, Phone 466-3237 WELDING ANYWHERE ANYTIME..This By
hey are able supply you With parts at a great reduction
is the slogan of Micanopy Welding Micanopy.
This is one of this section's best equipped welding shopes, receiving welding work from In prIce. Buying here, you! are assured of honest, cour- ;You are assured of the perfect tribute for a deceased loved one when you contact
all the surrounding area and serving both logger industrial and agricultural interests in teous service. Folks in thIS section! know they are always Rlvermead Funeral Home located at 950 Park Avenue U. S. Iliway 1,7 m Orange }Park.
an up-to-date manner. They have been especially Instrumental in helping'to keep the treated! well when they select their parts at thIs fIrst class Thoughtfulness IS their mot o aSthey express for you your de pest feelings.
wheels of industry moving. Many of the business men and farmers of this area offer the estabhshment. They offer you many services m>:our hour of need as they give the (perfect tribute. You
highest; praise for thework done in their shop, However a job does not have to be brought WIll find these. competent funeral director dependable and understanding taking great
in to their shop to receive their attention and service, for they are equipped with modern STALL I IN G'S COR N E R, care to gIVe service:: to the hvmg. You WIll find the cost moderate, the servIce of exportable -

gas and arc welding equipment,and much of their work Is handled right on your ceptlonal quality! and taste:
Job All work, whether large or small will always receive the same interest and cour I INC. Also you WIll find beautiful.fresh cut flowers, funeral arrangements, corsages or
bouquets for special occasion at theIr Flower Shop. Located at 9b4 Park Avenue In
teous consideration. any
Stallin g''s Corner i is I located 8 miles South of Starke. on ()ran gl' Park
U. S. 301, phone 468-9461, features the very best in drinks
andtheirOasisLounge. a favorite gathering spot for this
area IS attractively arranged for the comfort of patrons.
Service is prompt and courteous and the atmosphere is

If you are hard of hearing you are needlessly missing of the joys of life.I The PI ::r\'our; friends at the Oasis Lounge, where For spacious comfortable living mar we suggest that you visit the Oaks Apartments
Atlantic Hearing AId Center I located m BostwIck can effectivelymany remedy thIs situation everything is planned for your conveniences. When en- located at 6519 Newberry Road and )-75 m Gamesvllle. Phone 378.8206
for you. These people are trained experts, experienced to understand your hearing jo an evening out, be sure to visit this club The Oaks Apartments are conveniently located so you nerd not worry about shoppingproblems
and trained to solve them. You will find! the cost for such; a service very small Why not get up a ty for an evening of fun 'at the Oasis facilities. Here you will find the apartment! to suit your needs as they have !
In comparison to the value that you wIll receIVe. The Atlantic Hearing Aid Center Lounge? You will find a warm welcome from the genial apartments for the bachelor, the single girl, the couple, and the large family These
features the Qualitone and Zenith hearing aids and aids of the highest quality, reproduc- hosts apartments are delightfully designed to present a comfortable atmosphere that you will
ing for you the many things that have been lost, from discussions with friends to conver- enjoy and features tennis courts basketball court, swimming pool, fenced playground i
sation on the telephone. They have many well trained hearing consultants, experienced FAT BOY'S BARB EQU E club house (under construction).
to deal with your individual necessities. Phone 328-1472 or visit them for a free hearing In this review issue we compliment the management of the Oaks Apartments upon I
analysis with no obligation to, you. It will mean so much to you at such a little cost. The The seeker find It at Fat Boy's their fine apartments and their reasonable prlc s. If you are looking for a place to live, I
Atlantic Hearing Aid Center IS your for better hearmg Barbeque in GameSVRle,barbeque with two can locations 2700 N. E. we suggest that you go by the Oaks Apartments in Gainesville

Waldo Road and 3610 S. W. 13th Street, Phone 3785161.
They feature the finest of hot pit barbeQue in their in-

THE CITIZENS BANK formal dining room where delicious food and friendly, TOWN AND COUNTRY REALTY
efficient service makes dining out a real pleasure. If you
have not tried one of their meals of deliciously barbequed
meat with all the trimmings, have big treat in .
A strong bank instills,: confidence I I in a commum't y. Grow with the Citizens Bank. For for you. Their menu includes you real old fashionedbstar- Leaders In real I estate, you will find the Town and Country t Realty In Orange Parkbanking
information, call 2592911. bequed ribs beef chicken and ham cooked fresh located at 1225 Park Avenue, Phone 2649529.
Our readers will find this bank a friendly bank. Providing all oC the facilities and ser daily. In spare this Town and'Country 'Review, we are glad to This firm's employees are altogether familiar with all details indispensable to the; real i ivices
wIth personal Interest In each and every customer. Be prepared to take advantage recommend this dining place to all our readers Sonny estate business. They have developed an acute sense of values through theIr experience
of the opportunity offered by this bank, by depositing a reserve in this strong institution. Tillman. owner in buying and selling real estate properties. And you can be assured of personal at-
When you are contemplating making an investment oC any kind it Is a safe plan to tention.
consult the officers of this bank A great deal of credit Is due these efficient officers and Town and Country Realty, also Ahpla, Ine Builders are developers of Foxwood and
directors. Town and Country Review is pleased to recommend the Citizens Bank to all LAK E C I ITY FARM Fmc Meadows. They have 2 acre lots or more for country living with city conveniences.
our readers.This bank located at 1st West MacdennyAvenue Macclenny. In making this RevIew we wish to recommend them to our readers.


This farm supply store located at 241 W. Franklin,

KEYSTONE STATE BANK phone 752.4510: is your headquarters in Lake City for feed, LATCHSTRING I NURSERY
seed, fertilizer, and all other farm supply needs. They
have been concentrating for years on the problems of the

farmer and stockman along these lines and are prepared The Latchstring Nursery, I located on Highway I 26 West of Melrose I Phone 475-23 9.
The modern bank Is more than just a business enterprise it Is a necessary institution to serve the farms and ranchers of the area. When you
performing a multiplicity of services and is an important asset to the business commerneed bag fertilizer, any livestock or poultry feed, farm Here you wIll find a complete: line of citrus trees, camellias, azaleas. house plants
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118 members of Bradford went 69-50 over tough Ocala summer. is an excellent defensive The 1974 cage team's 17
High athletic teams and 14 Forrest, the team that Junior guard and play- player. Coach Mike Sexton game winning streak is the
cheerleaders were in- knocked them out of post maker Elva Hampton is an named three clutch games longest in BUS basketball
Ties LO 0-0 dividually recognized and season playoffs the year all-conference selection He won by Golden! steals and lay history. It was the first
7 -0 honored at the annual Spring before, to win the regional played the game against West ups, including one game in the Bradford basketball team (to
: Sports Banquet last Thrusday title. The district title is their Palm Beach Northshore with regional play-offs when he play in the state tournament
night,May 23, in a Starke Golf second straight.The the virus and a 102-degree stole the ball two straight since 1949 and the 23-4 season
. and Country Club ballroom first six players on the temperature. times in the closing seconds mark is the best in BHS
packed with some 300 parents, team garnered all conferenceor Senior Curtis White is all- and scored four game winning history.
In Spring Jamboree students, and teachers. higher honors Sheldon conference, all-region third points over Bishop Moore of The basketball team's 23.4
For the first time, the Hodge, the sixth man and team, all-state honorable Orlando record is the best in BUS
banquet honored athletes parttime starter, was all con- mention and was named to Junior Donnie Sewell is all- history.
from BIIS' girls and boys ference honorable mention, the all-tournament team instate conference all-region first "I've often sat in the standsat
Lacking complete coordination jamboree BHS took on Live Hurse. tennis and wrestling teams. Senior Forward Abid play-offs team, and all-state first team, a stale basketball tournament -
in the backfield, Bradford Oak in a scoreless battle. BUS Barnes has been playing as The girls tennis team was out- Williams was all-conference Senior Alvaughn Golden] is The Tornado center consistently and wondered how it
High Gridders tied Live Oak 0- played Lake Butler in the the number three tailback for standing, Coach Melba honorable mention and is the all-conference, all-region outjumped taller men would feel to coach in one,""
0 then edged 7-0 by Lake third period BHS during spring practicebut Howard says, for a first year first Tornado eager in BITS second team, and all-state under the boards and in the Coach Sexton said Thursday
Butler during two quarters of Against Live Oak BUS he had to take over due to team. The girls established a history to be selected to play honorable mention. Golden is big win over Ocala Forrest's night. This team showed him
play in the Spring Football looked slightly superior in injuries to Tommy Reddish 10.5 mark against established in the state All-Star basketball a ball handling expert who can tall giants Sewell scored 20
Jamboree at Macclenny last most areas but three fumbleswere and Glen DeSue. competition The boys didn't game to be played thisThese shoot outside and inside, and points and /got 26 rebounds. (See Page 12))
Saturday night, climaxing a major factor in the Toward the end of the LO fare so well with a 5.10 mark
spring drills this season. Tornadoes not scoring. quarter BHS started gaining and took some razzing from
"Our performance offensively "We fumbled four times in momentum against the the girls last Thursday night.
] was not surprising two quarters, part because of Bulldog defense. The new wrestling team of + .J "' 1tNCl.ifll.7
because our biggest problemthis inexperience and lack of concentration BHS started at its own 19 14 BUS athletes was termed SC1111( .
spring has been the ," commented yard line after holding LO to "...a budding,young team" by
, timing in the backfield," says four downs. On first down Coach Emilio Gonzalez. But
Head Tornado Coach David Junior Matt Hull headed up he termed freshman Frankie ; nZOO t A'' t!' I
Hurse. Small Fry the middle for four yards to Crews a "future state r .4-
"Its difficult for a ninth the 23 yard line and a second champion" and lauded La- aCa
grader to show the smooth- SeasonClosing down. cainear Hill for his dedicatedand
ness of a veteran. However Barnes got the ball on hard work, r'
Jimmy Prevatt has improved second down and crossed the It was the outstanding Big 1 ; J
tremendously this spring and middle to the right side Red basketball team which le ,r
will continue throughout the knocking off two tacklers to was honored with the longest ,' / qPr
summer with a lot of hard and With the season almost gain 13 yards for a first downat applause of the night. The 1974 + I'
diligent work," commented coming to an end the Giantsare the 35 yard line, Tornado cagers established a :
Hurse on Prevatt's night at leading the Small Fry Hull, up the middle again on 23-4 mark and went all the 4ertizI
quarterback.This Softball League with a 4-1 a similar play, gained seven way to the Class 3A state play-
was the first time since record followed by the Braves yards to put BHS on the 43 offs where it took eventual 3A % ;
1954 that BHS has competedwith with a 3-2 record. yard line with a second down. state champion West Palm
Lake Butler in football Tuesday the Giants edgedby Hull got the ball again and Beach Northshore to beat the
and Bruce Barnes broke loose last place Yankees 19-16 went to the right side to find a Bradford bunch by five points
up the middle in the second while the Braves beat third wall of Bulldogs,which forceda The basketballers are cur-
play of the quarter to rush 55 place Reds 16-10 in the same fumble and LO took over and rent Florida Star Conference j $
yards for the winning touch- afternoon.The ran out the clock. champions District Class 3A .a .
down. Barnes was touched Reds are pulling third Each quarter started out at champions, and Region 2
only twice by the opposition on place with a 22.1 record while the 35 yard line instead of a Class 3A champions. They
his way to the goal line. the Yankees are winless at 0.4- established an 11-1 loop markin
In the first quarter of the 1. (See Page 12)) winning the conference and me. q yt'.s i

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are the Bradford High students chosen as the most track; Donnie Sewell, basketball; Ke\In :Menu(, \\'ilhIiH.( !
outstanding athletes at the Spring All-Sports Banquet. They ing; Bruce Tucker, boys tennis; Iljalrmii :McMillan; j-nls
r Gas Cr nil are (l-r): Frankie Crews, wrestling; Charlie Green, tennis! Ed Watts, golf; and Larry Paterson, tmss tniinii.\
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I GF Leads Dixie Norman's Farm Is Perfect Spring Jamboree..... (From Page 11)) I

kick off and BUS won the flip took over. LB recovered it and took over
11-0 In Women's SoftballFirst against Lak9 Butler. Barnes BHS stopped the Tigers cold to run out the clock. .I
Youth BaseballGuaranty opened up with a 10 yard run for a one yard loss on the first "I was pretty well pleased
- -- a home run by After that both teams to put the ball close to the 45 play but let them slip by with with the overall defensive
Federal lost its Steve Griffis and Ken McNeal. place Norman's Farm including and a triple by remained scoreless until the yard line, just short of a first seven yards to the 31 yard line play," says Defensive Line
first game last Friday Elks scored its first inning run edged 6-2 by second place Carolyn Redding. Then In the fourth inning. down. Then Barnes broke on a play over left tackle. On Coach Mike Sexton. "It has
10-7 to third place Elks Ledge when Todd Sammons got on Colonial Florist Tuesday night fourth inning Redding and Then Colonial scored one loose for his touchdown. third down LB tried another come a long way this spring.
while still leading the Dixie base with a single and Danny stretching the leaders winning Stansil hit two straight home run when Pam Rayburn play up the middle this time
Youth Baseball League with a Nugent sacrificed him in for streak to 11.0.Colonial Florist. is runs knocking two other singled and two errors after Lake Butler then started on dropping the ball and BHS "We've had tremendous Improvements -
a strong
4-1 record. the run. whileKoch's runners in, assuring the win. got her around the diamondfor the 35 and after two runs took over. not only in Individual
Southern Discount is GF scored three more runs second place at 6-5 Blalocks only runs came in the score. In the fifth inning totaling seven yards, a 10 yard players but with the
bringing up second place in in the second Inning when Drugs Is slowly closingin the fifth and sixth innings. Beverly Kendall got on offsides penalty put the Tigers BHS got the ball on the team working as a unit is
with 3-1 recordfollowed Steve Griffis and Ronald with a 5-6 record. Blalock'sMeat the 32 line. After 32 yard line and as "
a Both were on errors by theKoch's base off a walk and scored on on yard two Tiger concerned, commented
the Elks with Nugent walked and Akridge Market is winless with a usual Barnes 15 yards on
by a 2-3 team. a fielders choice by Margie more plays the Tigers were got Sexton.
record. Coke and Athletic singled to load the bases. Mike 0-11 record. Sandra Norman led off witha Evans. forced to punt and BHS took the first play over the left
House are in last place with 1- Jackson's hit went through on Koch's romped 12-2 with by single followed by a home Diane Jordan led off the over at its own 48 yard line. guard. At the 17 yard line witha "Now we are just reviewing
Blalocks the
3 records.GF the first baseman's error and same night first down Reddish ran the
Debbie Bleasdale fourth with that
run by to inning a single for the things we saw and
jumped in front 3-1 in the Nugent and Griffis scored. the two help of three Koch's homerunsand scored make the first two runs for Norman's then while on third Barnes again broke loose on ball twice for no yardage.LG going over mistakes to put the
first inning getting runs from Mark DeArmond scored on a five triples.in the first Inning Normans Tuesday night. Terri Woods got on base on an the first play for 15 yards, this finishing touches on spring
Griffis.In runs
basehits by Mike Akridge, fielders choice by drew five off "
error and Rayburn scored. time to cross into Tiger terri- a yard practice.
the third inning the Elks Then Vorease Patrick hit a fly tory at the 37 yard line. sides penalty to move BHS
got four runs on walks to Hour ball to second baseman and Reddish then took the ball up down to the 12 yard line then The jamboree gave the
FATHER'S DAY CAN BE A Sammons, Danny Hildebranand 24 Relay coaches a good indication of
was put out but Woods scoredon the middle for six yards to the went up the middle
BALL WITH GIFTAMERICAWhack Kevin Tillman plus a the play to put Norman's in 31 yard line. for four yards to the eight who will hit and it also gave
That's the shot single by Bobby Odom. Record BrokenEleven front 4-2. Then Norman's BHS kept hitting at the yard line. Then Barnes went them a chance to find out the
heard round the nation's fairways By the fourth inning GF hada scored a run in each of the last middle and moved close to the over right tackle for four more problems.The new players on
as four million golfers-a 7-6 lead over the Elks. Thenin Sanders Paul two innings to take the 6-2 win. goal at the 10 yard line when yards and a first down at the the team up from the junior
hefty percentage of them the the sixth inning Sammonsand Bradford runners Parsons, Mike Last Tuesday night Nor- Prevatt went back to pass and four yard line.A varsity got a chance to find
Hildebran led off with broke the school record of 231 McRae, Kirk Hunsinger and
like under
what its
mix in the backfield out a game
of America-take off in mans beat Koch's 8-3 while was caught for a 15 yard loss, up
pops singles. John Tatum and miles, 48 yards in the 24 hours Sherman. The race is situation, according to Coach
yielded fumble that
pursuit of an exasperatinglittle of base Colonial Florist downed back to the 25 yard line on a a rolled
white ball. Robert Geiger were put out relay with a new distance on 10 runners but Bell Blalocks !90. fourth down and Lake Butler back to the 20 yard line before Hurse.
but Sammons and Hildebran 237 miles and 770 yards came in as an alternate for
Since its import from the scored on the opportunity.This starting at 10 a.m. Friday and Solze who suffered a stomach
British Isles about 150 years gave the Elks the win- lasting until the same time injury during the run.
ago the game of golf has be- Saturday.Mark Athletes I
come one of America's favor ning Last runs. Tuesday night Hodges was the leader Hunsinger, followed by Honored At Banquet.....
ite and the one that Parsons, were the next fastest
sports with the best for his
Southern Discount edged 14-13 average 9
the most. according to Track Page 11)
Dad probably plays mile runners,
Coca-Cola to move in the runs. Each runner ran a
For that reason GiftAmer- by up Coach Grover Howard. how it feels. Sexton said, pointing bounder 15
ratings. Most of Discount'sruns and handed the baton to the enjoyed averaging per JV cagers are sophomoresMilton
ica, Western Union's new gift came from walks but next runner and this goes in "We had several runners "These three gentlemenhave cagers averaged 65 game. Curtis White won the Baker, Robert Best,
giving service, has includedthe Coke did most of its damage rotation until the run is over. that aren't on the cross contributed so" much to points per game while limiting best free throw shooter trophyby Willis Berry, Emmet Bright,
Uniroyal "252" golf ball from singles and a couple of Hodges averaged 5:20: country team but they were basketball at BUS, said the opponents to 51 points per sinking 62 per cent of his Sharone Gainey, Lavern
in its collection forFather's interested in breaking the coach, speaking of seniors game. shots. Golden
set gift doubles. minutes for each of his mile Alvaughn won Marks, Darrell Moody, Willie
Day June 16. Wives Last Thursday night SD runs. lie ran under five record and everybody did Abie Williams, Curtis White "The team was built on a the most assists trophy withan Perry, Jerome Reddish,
and children of golfing dads jumped to an early 3-1 first minutes for his first fivemileruns. pretty good," says Coach and Alvaughn Golden. strong defense. The defensewas average of five per game. Alfred Ross, and Larry White,
will find that it suits their oward. "Seldom do you have seniors tremendous for us all Abie Williams, steady performer and freshmen Kenny Aycox,
lead Elks
tee.It's inning over of that you just..just hate to see year. All of our players BHS for three
sportsmen to a then put the game on ice witha The rest of the runners were Parsons was running one are for Jay Godwin, and Charles
his when the record go. They represented their excellent defensive ballplayers
Mike Sherman, Larry legs was seasons, won sportsmanship Revel.
a good way to score a seven run binge in the finished school like the gentlemen they ," he added. award. award
and Bell A
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hole second inning to jump in front Paterson, Tim Crews, Ricky up new Named most outstanding
in one with Dad!
the are. 1974 basketball awards wentto called Mr. Defense went to
10-3 Solze, Freddy Bell. Mike race. weight lifter was junior Kevin
Defense was the kev. to the Donme Sewell, most out junior guard Elva Hampton, Meng who lifted in the 123-
.. standing and the leading re- who Sexton said sparked the pound class. Meng was beaten

defense and turned games only once, finishing second in
( Come seeRCAs around with his defensive state competition,and was the
FLORIDATHEATRE play.The. top scorer on the weight lifting
junior varsity basket- team. Mike Crews also placed
ball team was also highly second in state competition
praised by Coach Wayne lifting in the 132-pound class.
McLeod. The Baby Tornado Stuart Strickland placed thirdat
lowestpricedd25" five equaled the best Jayvee state in the 148-pound class.
season in history with a 15-4 Team members in additionto
mark missing a 16-3 mark by Strickland, Crews, and
Fri., Sat., Sun. close to Bollesin
losing a game Meng, are juniors Danny
last contest of the season. Anderson, David Harper, Don
bullets\ The outstanding squad also Neel, Tommy Reddish, and
the\ includes sophs Wayne Berry Marlon
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100% Solid State bright future," McLeod said, Lazenby, Tom Meng, and Bill
pointing out that 11 sopho- Stone.
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varsity and the team has the fledgling wrestlingSee
"three fine freshmen"
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"YPE and Prayer Meeting Blanchard presiding. The Pauley, and Michael Teston.On them. Blom and Mrs. KATHY BROWN HAMPTONGARDENKRS two. ]Hampton then ran away the thrill Vo to-Tech them.school The was studentswere also a I
'Saturday at 7:30: Mrs. Randy with the game, scoring 13
p.m. meeting was opened with Friday, May 24, the fifth runs dressed their "Sunday
Faith Baptist Church devotional by Mrs. Minnie grade students visited the Willie Dobbs flew to Lebanon ECONOMICS AGENTOur Don't forget that you can in the next three innings. in
Va. to be with their aunt whois take that extra produce to the Other Best" and were on their best
Radio Program over WPXE Coss. After a brief business Bradford Middle School. The players scoring were:
.Starke 8 a.m. Sunday. Bible meeting, Mrs. George adjustment to a big school has seriously ill. They plan to be local gardens are Farmer's Market that will be Tommy Rodriguez, John Williamson behavior that day.

School 10 a.m. Worship Roberts Sr. presented the been a topic of discussion in back on Monday. beginning to yield cucumbers, open Thursday, May 30, from Steve Spell, Leon
Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: program, using Faith as a the fifth grade classes duringthe Mr. and Mrs. Joe Castell of and homemakers are starting, 4 to 7 p.m. and Saturday, June Waters, Carroll McClellan, SFRVK'KMANCapt.
p.m. School on Bible Doctrine, subject. After the meeting past week and hopefullythis Clearwater spent the to make those delicious home 1, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. It Danny Francis, Mark Jones, .Dan Pater
Tuesday 8 p.m at Pastor's adjourned, a luncheon was will make the transition to weekend with Mr. and Mrs. canned pickles. doesn't matter if you have a Don Brown, Timmy Johns, LAS VEGAS, Nev. Now
home. Prayer Meeting served by Mrs. Wainwright to fifth grade a little easier for Jack Kuhne and family. The following information little bit or a whole lot, you and Robert Yeager. serving at Nellis AFB, Nev.,
Wednesday, 7:30: p.m. Bible the 12 ladies present. all students. Mrs. Harold Eunice visited about other ingredients used can use this market to disposeof This closed out the year's with a U S.Air:Force Security

Study. Highland Baptist Church Special thanks are given to her daughter and Mrs. Ronnie Rosie in pickles will help to answer your supplies. special activities and all Service unit is Captain DanielM.
Grace United Methodist Sunday School 9:45: a.m. those parents who respondedto Mosley, Mrs. your questions. students who participated in Pater III, son of Mr. and
Church Sunday School 9:45: the school attitude Mosley, of Maxville on SALT FRIENDS AND NKIGIIItORS the football program, mini-
Worship Service 11 a.m. survey.It Use a coarse salt Mrs. Daniel M. Pater Jr.,
a.m. Worship Services, 11 Choir Practice 6:30: p.m. is always the intent of the Wednesday.Mr. with no non-caking materialsor Mr. and Mrs. William C. Olympics county Softball Keystone Heights Fla.
a.m and 7pm. Wednesday and Mrs. E. W. Cox, of Colorado Springs, game, and the Softball
Evening Service 7:30. Prayer school to provide the best iodine added. It is com Captain Pater, a communications
MYF at 7 pm.. followed by Meeting Wednesday at 7:30: learning environment possibleand Williams and Hal and their monly called granulated salt, Colo., have a new baby son, recreation program are to be electronics officer
Choir Practice at 7:30.: and mother Mrs. Nellie Williams, born May 1. They have named congratulated'!
the feelings opinionsof dairy
salt meat salt
p.m. curing or was previously
The of Wellborn and Mr. and Mrs. him William, Jr. Mrs. hazel
United The Sixth Graders
Methodist were
Northside Baptist Church the community are always barrel salt and can be boughtat at Kelly AFB, Tex.
Women Geo. R. Summerlin, of Lake Thomas of Hampton is the treated to delicious lunch
gave a shower on Sunday School 10 welcome.On most farm a at The
a.m. supply stores. captain was commissioned -
Monday morning at the City, spent Sunday afternoon proud grandmotherBIRTIIDXYS. the Pecan Room of the Garden '
Worship Services 11 a.m. and Friday, May 31, the first and VINEGAR Select a clearor in 1966 upon
Church for Mrs. Sherie 7:30 p.m. Prayer meeting grades will be going to the zoo with their brother-in-law Hubert cider vinegar,4 to 6 percent Restaurant last Thursday. completion of Officer Training
sister Mr. and Mrs.
Griffis granddaughter of Wednesday at 7:30.: for a field trip. acetic acid ((40 to 60 grain They were accompanied by School, Lackland AFB, Tex.A .
Mrs. B. L. Wilkison, Sr. Priest. strength. Too Joe Wiggins will be 61 years their School Principal, Tom 1962 graduate of Bradford
Games were played, after SCHOOLNEWSParents PERSONALSMrs. Mrs. Jim Newsom of Chief- vinegar will cause strong pickles to a old May 30. All the friends who Casey, Mrs. Deborah Patrick, High School, he received his
which the bride opened her land Mrs. Carolyn Holmes of know Joe will be wishing hima Mrs. Mabel Sanders and Mr
teachers and the shrivel; too weak a vinegarwill B. S. degree in 19(>6 from
many gifts. Refreshments of community can be proud of Edward Roberts Starke, and Mrs. Jack Kuhne cause them to soften. happy birthday. Ezzell. They all wish to thank Georgia Institute of
punch and cookies were the of the and Bobby visited their brother-in-law, Cider the PTA who furnished funds
showing elementary Randy were guestsof vinegar a nice Technology.
served. in the math her Miami Chief Vernard Hughes, at flavor but KRCHKATION for the outing. They enjoyed
pupils county family in over may darken whiteor Captain Pater's wife Mary,
Naval Air Station Hospital There will be
United two the Middle School
Methodist Women more touring
weekend. Her
tournament. Congratulationsgo the mother light-colored fruits and is the daughter of Mr. and
met at the home of Mrs. Henry to Tony Diggs Amy Roark, Mrs. Beulah Norman Jacksonville, Tuesday night. vegetables. meetings of the Ceramics where the students will be Mrs. Eugene M. Long of
Wainwright on Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wade of Class. Everyone who has enrolled next year Visiting
Terri Massey Teresa Harley, returned here with them. SUGAR Use granulatedsugar Starke.
morning with Miss Arthurine Tampa and Miss Rachel attended has enjoyed it very
Nancy Teston, Stewart Miss Elizabeth Terry spent in pickle making. Too
of Jacksonville spent much and will be
Boyer looking
L Monday to Friday with her much sugar causes pickles to
the weekend with their forward to
maybe having
nephew and niece, Mr. and shrivel.
City Fish and Mrs. Terry Futch and sons, of brother-in-law and sister, Mr. SPICES The kind and something like it in the future. SELECT AND PLANT NOWIt's
Meat Market and Mrs. Fred Moore. The regular Senior Citizens
Jacksonville Beach. While amount of will
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Eubanksand spices vary meeting will be held June 7 at f ..
there they visited her brother- with the and kind of
son, of Orlando spent the type 7:30: p.m. We hope all will be 't71 LandscapingTime
964-8077 HIGHWAY 16 in-law, G. W. Durham, of pickle. Whole spices should belied
weekend with their parents present and bring a friend
Jacksonville. in a thin cloth bag and
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon with them.
Jerry Robison, Mrs. Virgil Mobley. removed before pickles are
and Angela
Griffis and children, and Mrs. Misses Cheryl packed in jars. Always use
Or TAILS Boyette
Maines Griffis and children of fresh spices for best flavor
Recital in Jacksonville last Under the of
Palatka spent Saturday at WATER Soft water supervision Rose Bushes $329up
with their Mr. Ezzell,
Friday Hampton played
her mother's Mrs. Nellie should be used
in brining.
Misses Lisa and host to Brooker
NECK BONES Wilkinson, Mrs. Daisy Boch Denise cousins Durban. Hard water may be boiled for Recreational Softball Elementary's Team Plant $259
and Lynn. They gathered 15 minutes, removed from
strawberries for their freezers Mrs. Jack Kuhne and heat and allowed to stand for last Saturday and proved to be

while here. children went to Disney Worldat 24 hours. Remove scum, and the spoiler by defeating Spider Plant $279
3 $100END HomemakersClub Orlando on Monday.Mr. Brooker 182.Hampton .
The Lawtey slowly water from
LBS pour
and Mrs. Geo. W. set Brooker down
met at the Lawtey City container so that sedimentwill
Teston of Jacksonville were one. two, three in four out of $999 Norfolk Pine $359
Hall Thursday morning. Miss not be disturbed. Another Palm
CUTPORK Monday evening guests of the six innings played. Scoringfor
Kathleen Brown gave a talkon method is to add one-half
how to use colors in the their brother and sister-in- to each cup of Hampton began in the first
CHOPS 59 B Mr.and Mrs. Earl Teston vinegar gallon with Charles Baker, Schefflera $919 Texas $659
.................... home to the best advantage.After and law family.Mr. brine. Kenny inning Clark and Scott Davis Sage
the covered
and Mrs. David Wainwright crossing the plate. Fern $219CiraSD
luncheon served.
dish was Well selected cucumbers,
and son, of Gainesville, In the second inning, James
their last
was meeting properly brined and
TURKEY NECKS. .49 of their Curtis scored for Hampton on
were parents,
............. .. B until September.Mrs.. Charles. Nasworthyand Mr. and guests Mrs. Doyle Starling.Jeff in processed color and will will be dark not olive need an error Brooker got its only Seed Special

Cain and Miss Shirley pair of runs in the third inning, 1
grandson, of Whitehouse coloring added.
Vachon of Gainesville and agents closing the score to withinLIVESTOCK Argentine Pensacola
TURKEY 59"CHUCK visited her cousin Miss Ar- CAUTION: Don't heat
WINGS Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Kelly one

................ thurine Blanchard. last and family of Lake Worth, cucumbers in a copper kettleto Bahia 99 Bahia 1LB.J
Wednesday.Mr. give a dark green color. 1
1 1LB I
few with their
CHUCK spent a days
and Mrs. Ernest Grider Heating in
98- and Mrs. B. McCulley visited parents Mr. and Mrs. Hermie produces vinegar copper acetate copper i Old Lamps'Woodstock 50 LBS. 44.95 50 LBS. 15.95BuyaHahnLTDsoo. i
or ..... ... ..... her mother-in-law, Mrs. Sam and Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Me- which is poisonous. , Shades
Lamb of Erie, Tenn., ALUM Occasionally a
Clellan and of Vidalia,
TENDERIZED other relatives 1 lor a week. Her family pickle recipe will call for
HALF OR fiftC Ga., spent the weekend with Lamp Parts .
sister-in-law, Mrs. Minnie alum, but it is not recommended

..i.. HAM,. WHOLE ............ .......O3LB for Rogers a week.,came home with them Les their relatives.McClellan parents Mr., and and other Mrs cause digestive. Too much disturbances alum may, Rntiqu* get 69" grass catcher

SLAB Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Priest and crisp pickles can be ot-
OR .9 c met their son-in-law and Mrs. Pierce Crews was a bained without it. Emporium For Only 1995
BACON..Y' guest of her brotherinlawand
: ..... ... ..... .... LB daughter Mr. and Mrs. John sister Mr. and Mrs. C. D LIME The form used in
.- Morris, Jr. and baby, of Sellers and her sister, Mrs. pickling is calcium hydroxide 92.8;.rH.W. 4ti| < Sf.Gplnesvillft .
Parsippany, N. J. at the home (slaked or builder's lime). You
Onie Thornton, and other
I This is available from drug 50
I relatives in Auburndale. Mrs.
stores or farm supply stores
Thornton home with her
and will spend sometime here. f.
, LIME. .: .. w
tJ Raiford Fla. Mrs. Les McClellan and --' ''r Patented Mower Design

% ]IN j] son Mrs.Jeff Robert of Starke McClellan attendedthe and r Clips CleanPowRTrac

Chicken Supper and Cake Drive SystemSo

.': Bushwhacker8Cycle Walk at Southside Elementary Strong Its WarrantedSO"
School last Friday night. WATERERS FEEDERS .
Her son, Jeff, won a cake in Rider MowerForTwoYear8
the Cake Walk.

Shop and Monty Mrs. Ledbetter Kay Stephenson and Mr., of Complete line of 8 H.P. Briggs & Stratton $ C |J fl 9 5

106 Tison Ave. Raiford, Fla. 32083 Macclenny were Sunday POULTRY EQUIPMENT Rear Mounted Engine

overnight guests of their .

3 .; I 431-1370: Reddish.Mr.grandmother. Mrs. Bryant GAS TANKS & TOOL BOXES We Take Mowers In Trade

and Mrs. O. J.
Trail & RacingRccessories Boyette REGARDLESS OF CONDITION
Jr., and family met their for Trucks
brother-in-law and sister Mr. EXCEPT ON SALE MODELS

and Mrs. Chuck Rentiers and .

Sales & Service family of Charleston S. C. at ELECTRIC MOTORS AND DRILLS LO.DA, GARDEN
the home of their parents, Mr. ..:.
and Mrs. O. J. Boyette, Sr on EST CENTER
Saturday and spent the day. GEORGIA FLORIDA POULTRY SUPPLY CO.

jUlotttesa Randall Reddish of the State 964.6819 0111101 539 East Call St.
Farm, and Jeff McClellan of 317 E. :nS.30 PH. 964-5745
I tIUIW a.
Starke spent Friday with their

grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Les McClellan.
Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Cowan

and son, Brian of Jackson-
ville spent Sunday afternoon Mustang Mobile Homes
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Mrs. J. F. Robertson.Mrs.

Edna Moore her

DAN'S CABINET AND BUILDERS James granddaughter and baby Mrs of Judy Fort 1650 N. TEMPLE STARKE

SUPPLYDan's Myers, spent the week with 964-7212
her niece Mrs. Edward
Roberts and sons.
Cabinet and Builders Supply in Lake Butler has a complete line of builders' Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Crews
supplies and lumber in stock at all times. In any season of the year, you can buy here and daughter of Clearwater
with confidence. spent the weekend with their
Above all a firm must give the people what they want, when they want it. That is the mother Mrs. C. R. Crews i
reputation that this firm has built in this area. They are famous for providing for the Mr. and Mrs. James
: public, the best in building materials. Padgett and granddaughter of

Here you can obtain quality lumber, paint, varnishes builders hardware, plywood, Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs.
carpenters tools, siding, roofing materials and free estimates on any job. Monroe Padgett Mr.and Mrs.
\\e in this Review wish to congratulate Dan's Cabinet and Builders Supply for the Ed Braxton,and Mrs. Annalee
reputation that they have built up in the years they have served the public. Wrosdick and girls of Lake

Wales Mrs Darlene Norman
and sons Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Norman and boys Mr. and
i HIPP FORD TRACTOR CO. Mrs. Eugene Taylor and girls 'J-
Mrs. Elsie Norman and Mr.

i and Mrs. Harold Starling ,

Hipp Ford Tractor Co., largest volume tractor dealer in North Florida. gathered at the home of Mr. '

For a complete line of farm equipment, farm implements, service and repair, visit the and Mrs. Harry Wilkerson on : -

Hipp Ford Tractor Co., located for your convenience at Hiway 441 in Gainesville, Phone Sunday for a family reunion. -- =--:--- _-
3723464. A complete line, a wide selection of farm machinery featured at a low price and I,
high quality is always yours at this dealer. Featuring the worlds most dependable Ford. ,,
Ford is a tractor that is well suited to perform the many and varied heavy duty tasks My Neighbors j
necessary in operating a successful farm.This tractor is suited to every need and every ,
budget as it pays for itself through dependable performance in every kind of weather l2x6lSanford
",4 every job. For additional farm equipment supplies parts, service and repair visit this

-.#: firm.

BANKOF GREEN COVE SPRINGS, INC.This J I 3 Br. Bath & % Fully Carpeted Eye Level Oven

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The Bank of Green Cove Springs termed the "Friendly Bank", is an institution of .r House Type Door Type CeilingMarked
financial strength and safety.

This Bank was founded by men of character and integrity who were very prominent in
business and commercial activities and have progressed as this district itself has grown Down
.i and prospered. T

I.- Managed by efficient and capable men,this Bank invites accounts of businessmen and

!':' I '':.j women banking farmers institution., laborers and all people who desire profitable connection with a modern Mustang I
' 1;,.,; In making this Review,we wish to state that you may, at all times, save with safety as "Let me pal It this way-Iff $

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Church Schedules -
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RequestedThe : FICTION: (Tregaskis) ; Great Cour-

troom Battles (Rubenstein).
Telegraph will resume The Toff And The Terrified Paulus: A Personal Portrait
publishing a Church Page Taxman (Creasey); Gideon'sPress Of Paul Tillich (May) ;
Marric) Shattered
( ; Handmade Houses
once or twice a month, when
(Dwyer); Nickel !Mountain Chilton's Auto
space permits. All pastors (Boericke) ;
wishing to have their church (Gardner); Nun's Castle Repair l\Ianual1974 (Chilton),
schedules listed please turn in (Melville); The Man From Alistair Cooke's America
.N Skibbereen (L'Amour); The '
N 1 iYE Cooke) The Rothschilds
your copy not later than : ;
Who Liked To Look At
Monday (Cowles) ; The American
5 Himself (Constantino; The Connection (Pekkanen). In
E l ld (Sela)
Portuguese Fragment ;
o- This Corner (Heller); Fitzgo:
'Sweet Incense' The. Masterpiece Affair The Wild Dog Of Central Park
tAAA (Royce); A Natural Death (Wilkes) ; Coins: An In
-, b (Price); Governor Ramage
Singing Group vestor's And Collector's Guide
I ? It. N. (Pope); Dancing !Man (Reed); How To Tutor
Heard At PicnicThe 'Hannibal): As ]If (Edgar); (Blumenfeld): Occupational
Dog Tags (Becker)); Harriet Licensing ( Shimberg) ;
Said (Bainbridge); Stand On Farmer's Law: Junk In A
"Sweet Incense"singing It (lAce); God Was LookingThe World Of Affluence (Farmer
group from Madison Other Way (Sanchez);
Gulnness Book Of
Dr. Bob Gray Street Baptist Church Own Double-EntryJohnson( ); World); Records 1974 ( Mc-
entertainment at
The Eighth Square
The N. Y. Times
Speaks SaturdayAt 14th annual picnic held by (Lieberman); The King David
Southside Church of Guide To Outdoors, U. S. A..
Baptist Report (Heym); The Lost
Southeast ( Holy
Pine Level Lake City Friday May 24, in Chapel Picnic And Other Man: Father Damien Of
O'Leno State Park. Stores, (Sharp) ; Decision Daws
Molokai ( ). Breaking
Dr Bob Gray, pastor of "Sweet Incense" is a young ?a j, (Kane); t-IeWho Digs A Grave Out..Of A Job You Don't Like
Church dynamic group that spreadsthe (Delman) I Am Heaven
Trinity Baptist in ; <( word God
Jacksonville, will be guest of through (Chun); Rotten With Honor (Lasker) ; America In Legend
beautiful and
speaker at the Heart of and unique music fora (Robinson). (Dorson) Music Is My
an everyday approach
Service this
Florida Youth
Mistress ( Elllngton'
Saturday at 7:30: p.m. at the new of the ADULT NONFICTIONThe : Americana ]In Miniature

Pine Level Baptist Church in Madison group Street (Worrell), The U S. Congress
Starke. representing 1 Warrior King: Hawaii's \FrigourgII I
Under the leadership of Dr. Church include: Eddie
Gray the Trinity Baptist Blalock, Randy Williams, tUE
Church has grown from an Beth Chapman, Pam Chap-
average attendance in Sunday man, Debbie Scott Mike
of 250 to above Gaskins, Hal Edwards, lead
School 3,500
each Sunday. guitar, and Gary O'Steen, New Bradford High Varsity CheerleadersThese COLDS ARE ALWAYSIN

The public is invited to bass guitar.

attend this Saturday eveningat eight girls recently won coveted cheerleading The Tornado varsity and JV cheerleaders will sponsor a SEASONThere's
7:30. The Pine Level positions at Bradford High School for the 1974-73 school year. cheerleading clinic for grades 1-5 June 10-1lfrom 9-11 a.m at TV
Baptist Church is located They were picked by a panel of teachers after being judgedon the Bradford High gym If interested, contact Mrs. Melba 7
three miles west of Starke on appearance voice, skill, enthusiasm, and tumbling Howard at BUS, phone 9646470.( ( Transportation will be nothing worse than a warm-weath-
SR-100. A special music stunts. provided from outlying schools. There will be a $3 per week er cold. just ask the person who has one. A
program will be given by The The coeds are: Kneeling (l-r): Kathy Locke and Margaret charge so the cheerleaders can raise money to attend quick change in temperatures can result In a $
Singing Teens. Norman. Standing: Sonja Biggs, Nancy Ormsbee, Brenda summer training camp July 8-11 at Georgia Southern Collegein cold that lingers on for weeks and makes you
Dr. Gray is a former pastorof Guion Develyn Matthews, Laura Thomas, Gloria Statesboro. Both squads will attend at a cost of 113 per really miserable. And all of this suffering; occurs -
the First Baptist Church of Strickland. cheerleader. just when spring has sprung and you wantw'
to be feeling great.
It Is a good Idea to remember that just as
:.il l ? Survey Shows Many Pre SchoolersAre quickly as it gets warm one day It may get
First Baptists carU61Starke ,J) cold again the next. Don't be too quick to put
sweaters into storage. If a simple cold does
Raiford CQ".cQOPPORTUSITIES, Not Properly Immunized cross your path we can recommend medicationto
help you feel good again.

Homecoming A recently completed Health officials are workingfor proximately 81 per cent were said.The potential for out I 1

of vaccine levels 100 per cent immunizationof completely immunized. breaks exists in middle, junior YOU OR YOUR DOCTOR CAN PHONE US
The First Baptist Church of FOR survey Around four cent had no when you need
per a delivery We will deliver
Florida's in
revealed that about 25 per pre-school age high and high schools today
will observe SERVICE immunizations."The promptly without extra
Raiford record of charge. A
great many
children against diphtheria, Florida he said "because
cent of the state's pre-school ,
homecoming on Sunday, June Sunday Brotherhood survey also pointedout people rely on us for their health needs. We
children not polio, tetanus, whooping children are reaching these
and Breakfast 7:30 are protected welcome requests for delivery service and
9. Meeting : that almost half of the charge
such diseases measles and rubella without having been
as polio grades
All members, former a.m.; Sunday School, 9:45: children vaccinated by public accounts.
and diphtheria, and almost before the beginning of the properly immunized in mass
and friends invited .m. Morning Worship at 11 have not .
pastors, are # ; half need protection against 1974-75 school year to prevent complete immunization programs heldin
to attend services and o'clock, sermon: their immunizations -
and rubella possible outbreaks and to the 1960's. Also, children
measles ,
stay for lunch and a music Wife"; Church Training, according full with Consequently, they are immunized at Phone 964-6757 For Dependable DeliveriesKOCH'S
to Wilson T. Sowder, msure compliance who were first
in the afternoon. 6:15 Evening Worship at partially immunized "
program ; Director of the State Divisionof the state's Compulsory Im- only nine months of age or younger
Lunch will be served at 1 7:30: sermon: ""That's Why Health. munization Law which was Dr. Sowder said. and children who received DRUGS

You Are Here. Ensemble "Vaccine levels in more passed in 1971. About 15 per "The partially immunized, gamma globulin with measles PRESCRIPTION CHEMISTS

p.m.M.. Z. SullivanMarion 6:35:MondayGirl's; Youth Choir, Deacons, children than 200,000 in pre-school Florida are age cent entered of kindergarten Florida's and children first as children well ,as pose the a threat unimmunized to their vaccine need in re-vaccination those programsmay now. 166 W Call St.
Meeting, 7:00: p.m. communities for they are
low and childrenof in 1973 without being Parents should consult their
dangerously grade
Z. Sullivan, 84, died Meeting Tuesday, 10- o'clock WMS ;Council WMS day nursery and kindergarten completely immunized potential breaksthe sources Health Director of out physicians about this matter RflRg.lE.g.RflftgR I? R 0 ftSfc lR frR:

Tuesday, May 21, in Miami Business Meeting, 10:45; age are especially against these diseases. Ap- ," Dr. Sowder said
where he had lived for many Program Lottie Moon Groupin deficient in their immunizations
years. Charge, 11:15; Covered ," Dr. Sowder said.
Mr. Sullivan was born in Dish Luncheon, 12 o'clock
Bradford County on Feb. 13, noon. SFJC RegistrationSet
1890. He was a retired post Wednesday Family Night Allis-Chalmers...
man, and a member of Hope Supper, 6 o'clock; Hour of June 3-4
Baptist Church. Power and R. A., 6:30;
Surviving is his wife, RubyP. Teachers and Officers For Starke Campus
Sullivan, Miami; two Meeting, 7:15: ; Trustees '4N t
daughters, Mrs. Dorris Horne Meeting 7:30: p.m.; Church y
and Mrs. Emma Jo Cample- Choir Practice, 8 o'clock. Registration for the Starke y.
John, both of Miami; one Thursday Visitation 9:30: Campus of Santa Fe Com Co. ---
brother, Cleveland Sullivan, a.m. ; Mission Friends, 3 munity College summer term X n7 -
Theressa; five grandchildren, o'clock; Visitation, 7 p.m. will be open June 3 and 4 from Landscape gtatkey. '
and seven great-grand 6 until 8 p.m. at the Bradford '
children. High School Math-Science .Temple
-Ben P. Bryant, Pastor
Funeral services were held Building on Temple Ave. 21111
at 2 p.m. Saturday at Hope The innovation of two
Church with Rev. Leamon nightly offerings will allow
Ward officiating. Intermentwas EVERGREEN students to take more courses
in Hope Cemetery with HOMECOMING: : this term, according to I
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Richard Jockel, Starke GPOtyF
Home in charge. Homecoming services with Campus Director.On .1'
dinner on the grounds and Tuesday and Thursday ..
singing are set at Evergreen students may enroll in Trigonometry a%J C; /

: <:: :: ::::::::::::::::::::':::::::::::::::::::::::::::.::::::::\: Baptist Church in Lawtey this at 6:10: and Basic s'/Ullu'
: Sunday, June 2. English Composition at 8:20.:
{ Card Of ThanksCARD :j1: Dinner will be served at On Monday and Wednesday .
12:30: p.m. Singing begins at 1 Study of a Child and United
XXm---: ':? :::: ::::::;: ::i States History since 1877 are 1
p.m.Everyone is welcome to available] -

OF THANKS attend. Modern Cell Biology is H

offered on Wednesday from 4i 1--
6:10: til 10:20.:
Words cannot our
gratitude for the many acts of While food costs have increased A notary public will be on
47 cent since 1952! hand for persons wishing to \
kindness shown us during the per t
make to the
Illness and recent death of the worker has application G
long average enjoyed college for the first time. 400 Series
our son and brother Richard pay raises of more than
Cre_. May God bless each of 140 per cent, according: to the AUIS-OMlJMaM
Tractor More 'Than Just A
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16 TELEGRAPIIlay! 30, 1971


EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF months from the date of the first .Timothy Smith Mr. and Mrs. Otis Ellis, Route NAACP NEWS grounds. League at 4 p.m. will be the new pastor
FLORIDA IN AND FOR Bradford County. publication of this notice. 1. Brooker, completed an The second part of the Evening Worship, 6 p.m returning from conference.
BRADFORD COUNTY. Each claim or demand must FT. EUSTIS, VA. Private airframe repair course at the program, "Struggle for Black New Bethel Baptist Church, Sunday School, 10 a.m.
CASE NO.74-73 THE SUCCESSFUL BIDDER: be in writing' and must state the Timothy N. Smith, 19, son of Army Transportation School, Identity," will be presented Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. Morning Worship at 11.

Will PerformanceLabor be required to provide and a place of residence and post- forcing this statute. Ft Eustis, Va. Thursday, May 30, at 8 p.m. at Wednesday night, Bible Class Friday will night, May 31 serviceat the
CIVIL ACTION the 11-week course, RJE. The is invited to Meeting. Choir Choir song
Material Bond In the office address of the claimantand IN WITNESS WHEREOF I During public and Prayer Church in
Payment AME
Mt. Zion
must be sworn to by the, have hereunto set my hand and he was trained In the main- attend. No. 1 rehearsal Friday, 8 p.m.
hundred will
amount of one percentof Children's
BENJAMIN SUSLOW and the bid amount. Surety claimant, his agent or his attorney caused the Great Seal of the tenance and repair of aircraft Sunday School, 10 a.m., be Lawtey.observed June 9. Day

ANNA SUSLOW. his wife Company shall be licensed to do or it will become void State of Florida to be affixed at Harris ServingIn CHURCH NEWS concluding services for the Pleasant Grove United
will be
Plaintiff vs. HARRY MITCHELLand business In the state of Rorida according to law. Tallahassee, the Capital this Germany Greater Bethlehem day. Regular services Methodist Church, Rev. Willie
BETTY MITCHELL his shall deliver Freewill Baptist Church, Rev. held Sunday, June 9.
Each creditor 21st of May, A. D., 1974.
and shall be listed by the United day School 10
Germany Stitt pastor. Sunday ,
S. Church
wife. Defendants. sufficient copies of his claim to U. Army Jasper Williams pastor. Ebenezer Baptist ,
States Treasury Department. AHTNC) April 23 Army Davis a.m. Morning Worship at 11.
enable the Court to mail one to Reubin O'D. Askew ( Monday night Ushers Board Rev. Leroy pastor.
NOTICE OF SUITPROPERTY each personal representative.. GOVERNORATTEST Private First Class Tommy L, No.2 and Choir No. 3 meeting. Prayer Meeting and Bible Afternoon service, 3 p.m Rev.
PROPOSALS: May not be with- of Mrs. Mary Stitt will begin the new con-
Dated April 17, A. D. 1974. Harris, 20, son Senior Choir rehearsal Class, Thursday 7:30: p.m.
after bid :
drawn for thirty days DickStone L. Green, Hampton, is Tuesday night. Prayer Sunday School, 9:45: ; Morning ference year Sunday at
TO: date. Richard ( )
George L. Patten,Jr. Secretary of State assigned to the 3rd Infantry Meeting, Wednesday night. Worship at 11 ; Evening Pleasant Grove.
NOTIFIEDthat Helen K. Patten Division in Germany. Thursday night the Ladies Service, 7 p.m. New Hope Baptist Church,
Harris is an Rev. L. W. Mosely
action OF MORTGAGE As Executors of the Last Will PKC Circle will meet at the home of Mt. Moriah United pastor.
an Will be notified within
the ANY: so and Testament of George L. automotive repair parts Mrs. Lindsey. Friday night Methodist Church, Rev. Willie Sunday School, 10 a.m.
on five days after bid opening. The with the Division's Morning Worship at 11. Afternoon -
following property in Bradford School Board of Bradford Patten Deceased. NOW OPEN specialist the ladies will be baking pies. Stitt pastor The Florida
5/9 4t 530NOTICE headquarters and CompanyA Saturday at 6 p.m. the mon Annual Conference will start service, 4 p.m.
County : County reserves the right to KNOWLESGARAGE 703rd Maintenance Bat- thly Sunday School teachers Monday, May 26. Mrs Ethel Greater Allen Chapel AME
Those certain lots and all bids and to
reject any Church Rev B. C. Williams
talion in Kitzmgen. conference will be held. Hall will attend as lay ,
lying pieces and or parcels being in of the land County situate of waive any Informalities. OF APPLICATIONFOR His wife, Barbara, lives on Sunday is pastoral day, delegate from the parish, pastor. Sunday School, 10 a.m.
TAX DEED Starke. husband. Love Feast Service, 11 a.m.
Route 3, starting with Sunday School at accompanied by her
Bradford and State of Florida Mr. Jim Temple Superintendent -
SR-225 Old
Bayless Hwy
( )
will convene Communion will be given in
Richard Garst 9:30. Morning Service at 11, The conference
and being more particularly
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Sgt. Rev. Stitt the 5:30: service.
described Commence: at the Bradford County Schools that Irene Goodwine the holderof Auto Repair Serving In Jordan followed by dinner on the Sunday in Lakeland.

NW Corner of said SW 1/4 of 5/23 3t 66NOTICE, the following certificates has Specializing In- AMMAN, JORDAN, May 14
SW 1/4 for point of beginning Marine Sgt. Richard G. I I II
filed said certificates for tax
and run thence South 1 degree OF INTENTIONTO deed to be Issued thereon. The Brake Repair Garst, son of Mr. and Mrs R W. F rm E4upm nt C 1I
49 minutes East along the Harold E. Garst of Route 1,
certificate numbers years Tune Ups.Motor LARGE SEUCTIOH OF NEW
thereof has reported for duty
Westerly boundary a FICTITIOUS NAME issuance, the description of the Starke,
distance of 2301 feet to a Overhaul with the Marine Security
property, and the names in TiActQis; iioir IN srtkid
concrete monument; run thence Pursuant to Section 865.09 which it was assessed are as Guard here. '
South 62 degrees 49 minutes Florida Statutes notice is follows: I". OOOOOQOOOOOOOOOOOOOOODeWitf ---- ----- rvicn I

East a distance of 536.42 feet to hereby given that the under- Certificate No. 45, Year of I a Quality S I II

a concrete monument on the signed V. F. Heiken Route 1, Issuance 1972.Description I Jones I EQUIPMENT CO.2 I
Westerly boundary of the rightof Box 385, Lawtey Florida, 32058 of property: N 1 I Oliv r $ d
way of State Road No. 200; doing business under the firm AC of W9 AC of NW 114 of SW I Jk Sorvlc w & u*
run thence in a Northeasterly name of "AMERICAN FAMILY 1/4 SEC 17-6-22. Funeral Home 1 equipmentSATOH I It

direction along said Westerly SOUND," Route 1, Box 385, Name in which assessed: H WY 121
boundary and along the arc of a Lawtey, Florida 32058 intendsto Unknown.All taCrosseFla. TRACTOK&COMCINf
said radiusof STARKE PHONE 9646200RENTAL I ANOHA* eUlfMINf
curve curve having a
register said fictitious name of said property being in
5696.65 feet and being .< WlnMv M under the provisions of aforesaid the County of Bradford, State of .
concave to the West a chord statute.V. Florida. HOSPITAL REDS WALKERS. WHEEL CHAIRS .
distance of 533.39 feet, said F. sole ft CRUTCHES t S r yr Pump* IM.n I
Heiken owner. Unless such certificate or *Km M chord having a bearing of North Dated this 21st day of May, A. certificates shall be redeemed KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 1 I II Ia
25 degrees 50 minutes and 20 D. 1974 at Starke, Florida. according to law the property
seconds East to the Northerly 5/23 4tp 63NOTICE described in such certificate or PHONE 473-3176 TIMt'TOHHKPAIRSEvcryDaylowPrkCj
of aforesaid SW 1/4 I
certificates will be sold to the
of SW 1/4 run thence South 89
highest bidder at the court
35 minutes and 50 OF INTENTIONTO
house door on the 4th day of
seconds West along said REGISTER June 1974.
Northerly boundary a Dated this 2nd day of May,
716.96 feet to point of begin- 1974.
ning. Section 10, Township 6 Pursuant to Section 86509 Gilbert S. Brown
South Range 22 East Florida Statutes, notice is
by Beulah M. Moody
that the under- FOOD DayLowPricel
hereby given Clerk of Circuit Court of Every
has been filed against you Harry signed W. N. and Elizabeth Bradford County, Rorida
Mitchell and Betty Mitchell and Moegel Edwards Road Starke S/9 4t 5/30 .
you are required to serve a copy Rorida, 32091 doing business BEEF REGULAR GRIND
of your written defenses, if any under the firm name of "301 Pantry OR
I will not be responsible for
to it, on the plaintiff's attorney LIQUORS", P. O. Box 159 FAIR Pride ELECTRIC PERK
debts other than own.
any my
whose name and address is Starke Bradford County, SIRLOINSTEAKS
Hon. George H. Pierce 996 N. Florida 32091 intends to
-Ronald Whitehead
Temple Avenue Starke Florida register said fictitious name
and file the original with the under the provisions of aforesaid 5/30 2tp 66NOTICE SUPERMARKETS COFFEEWALNUT

clerk of the above styled courton statute. STARKE'S
or before June 25, 1974: W. N. and Elizabeth Noegel OF INTENTIONTO 320 SOUTH
otherwise a judgement may be sole owners. REGISTER ST.
entered against you for the relief Dated this 21st day of May A. FICTITIONS NAME .
demanded in the complaint or D. 1974, at Starke Rorida. VinVDAV A WMN LOW BONUS MKII BUVB OOOD QOOO SIVBMDAVB THRU C
petition. .* 5/23 4tp 6/3 Pursuant to Section 865.09 .. ..- .. $148 WIO MWHTB JUNI ftllRflVIO 5 19/4 QUANTITY 1 LB 7 9

WITNESS my hand and the Florida Statutes notice is
seal 1974.of said Court on May 21, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF hereby given Kent Graudons that the, P.undersigned O.- aesai. FOOD ITUW
Box 315 Starke and Har-
Gilbert.Brown BRADFORD COUNTY. denbrook. Star Route Hampton -
As Clerk of said Court CASE No.74-117 Fla., 32044 doing business
By Beulah M.MoodyAs under the firm name of G AND H LowPrke I DayLowPriceEEr
Deputy Clerk WELL DRILLING 655 N. EveryDayLowPricc Every DayLowPricc I Every Day Every
IN RE: The Marriage of HARLEY
(Court Seal) ALBERT SEABOLT Petitioner, Walnut St., Starke, Ra, 32091, BLADE FLORIDA GRADE'A' :FRESH FLORIDA
Intends said fictitious BONELESS BEEFSTEAKS
5/23 4t 6/13 to register
under the of
TRADE NAME LAW aforesaid statute.
(Notice Under NOTICE OF ACTION Kent Graudons and Judy

Fictitious NO PROPERTY Hardenbrook, owners.
Name Law) Dated this 30th day of May
A. D. 1974, at Starke Rorida. woo r., WHOLE
Notice is hereby given that the To: Peggy Jo Bryant Seaboltco
undersigned pursuant to the James R. Hardin 5/30 4tp 6/20 2 PER

'Ficticious Name Statute" 512 Pin Oak Drive L BAG

Chapter No. 20953 Laws of Birmingham, Ala. 35214 :
Florida 1941 as amended by PROCLAMATIONSTATE

Chapter No. 26760 Laws of YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an EveryDayLowPricc Every DeYLow Prke tverytaylowPrictmm tverytavtowPriceOMI1I1I llraryW>tlawPrke BonuiBuy BenusBu y
Florida 1951 and by Chapter action for dissolution of OF FLORIDA .!(* us. No 1 ale FASHION
1967 being Section 36509 l you and you are required to TALLAHASSEE BEEF
Rorida Statutes will register serve a copy of your written STEAKS. """'".M..._... STEAKS M Ml*MOWMQ.PMCIt PEANUTS

with the clerk of the Circuit defenses, if any, to it on WHEREAS, a serious tZ;;; It1aJs1s18;; I $129 2 TO $.I29 ipib '119
Court in and for Bradford EUGENE F. SHAW Petitioner's shortage of rainfall for the past ta::'88 u UI.J u u Fx6 Bulk CAN
County Florida upon receipt of attorney whose address is Post several months had created
proof of publication of this Office Box 1086, Starke, Florida
extreme drought conditions Every DaylwPrke EveryD yL wPrke IvcryDaytewPrke
notice, the fictitious name on or before June 21, 1974 and particularly In peninsular Rorida, CvcryOayUwPrk* V IvcryDiyUwPrlce EveryDayLcwPrkeAYON
""" ""* Pantry Pi>lrf Pantry Priri*
to;wit file the original with the Clerk of thus creating emergency fire > GHAnmuiT FRESH
LAMAR DEAN OUTDOOR this Court either before serviceon CORNFLAKES WAFFLE
conditions on all these lands, MAISC mm JUICE I LEMONS Fti

under which it is engaged in immediately thereafter; andWHEREAS, numerous and 12 59c:
business in the City of Starke, otherwise a default will be disastrous fires in the forest 75 ...._1 58C 'Oil ..

Florida entered against you for the relief grasslands swamps and muck ...., ,... '." ..... ..... ....
That the party interested in demanded in the Petition. .u. 0*LO' U. 'COMPARE' 0l LO' IW
the fire
areas had overtaxed COMPARE !! fill' io ..,CI" ro ..,(1'-0
said business enterprise is as WITNESS my hand and the thus I

follows Major: Media of the seal of of May this Court 1974 on this 21st fighting extremely facilities hazardous conditions creating, Meat Loaf Mix"vA.r; :r 79c I 10. I Cheese Spread CLI.T: 99c 20 r I Oleo Quarters ""'.".. 39c ..

Southeast LTD. day and WHEREAS effective the 15th Pork Loin, Chops .'.,'::.7 .LI 88 II. i I Perch Fillets '1p ::..N69c Ioe r Cream Cheese .O.'o01",' ? 39c 10.

General BY: Robert Partner O. Naegele, Jr? Clerk Gilbert of Circuit S. Brown Court day these of April conditions, 1974 because it was of Pork Shldr Roast i0t'0:"'" 69c 10. I Fried Fish Sticks -'D::::WN 5119 20, I Low Cal Yogurt .': :':;::.I 23e ..

General BY: William Partner 5/23 0 4t Naegele 6/13 Bradford By: Beulah County Moody, Ra. necessary for me to declare thata Spare Ribs ;op': ,. 79c 10. I Cooked Fillets ::::: ;;u' 89c Jar I Cottage Cheese .-: ::'c;.' 59c 4.

Deputy dork the drought 18 southernmost emergency counties existed of in Pork Shldr Picnic .?':;?:' "'*.15 49c 10. i I Fish Portions r. 'p:: 99c 20, I Sliced Bacon rr-. 69c 10_

5/23 4t 6113NOTICE Florida which included Manatee, : : :.N 10. Juice ':': ... I Beef II. .. per 'Ib
NOTICETO BIDDERS Sarasota, Charlotte DeSoto Smoked! Ham ..H-; .0L' 58e .1 Orange 4/51/ Gr '0 .... "0 85e Over 6 Ib 19c 10.

OF INTENTIONTO Hardee, Okeechobee, St. Lucie
NOTICE is hereby given that REGISTER Indian River Glades Martin
sealed bids will be received by FICTITIOUS NAME Highlands, Lee Collier Hendry, EveryDayLowPriccPANTRY EveryDayLowPrice EveryDayLowPrice I EveryDayLowPrice
the School Board of Bradford Broward, Dade Monroe and
County Post Office Drawer 939, Pursuant to Section 866 09 Palm Beach Counties, and PRIDE Pantry Pride PANTRY PRIDE 100% PURE FLORIDAORANGE

Starke, Florida 32091, at 5:00: Rorida Statutes, notice if here- effective the 3rd day of May,
p.m.. June 14. 1974, for the by given that the undersigned 1974, to extend the area to SmoothPEANUT
construction of an "Off Street Sandra Alvarez 602 Alton Road include the rest of peninsular Tea Bags
Driving Range," at which time Starke Florida 32091 doing Florida south of the northern BUTTER

bids will be opened and read business under the firm name of boundaries of Dixie, Gilchrist,

aloud. "KLIP & KURL", 153 W. Call Alachua Union, Bradford day 100
Street, Starke, Bradford and St. Johns Counties, and COUNT FROZEN
PLANS SPECIFICATIONS, County, Florida 32091 intendsto WHEREAS considerable BOX 1802n 59 6oz
register said fictitious name progress has been made in
DOCUMENTS: May be obtained under the provisions of aforesaid suppressing the fires which were .
from the office of Don R. in existence at that time, and .u: rru- u o:aur s..r .wnm. ..n
Morgan, Architect, P. A., A. I. statute.Sandra Alvarez sole owner. recent scattered rainfall and COMPARE ..'CI", t. ;COMPARE ::a s COMPARE ?: ; ':

A., Post Office Box 987 (Walnut Dated this 8th day of May A. higher humidities have alleviatedto """ ".' rN Fruit Drinks =: ::, 3ge 20. 1 Air Freshner D.: (:" 6ge 20.
Green Cove
Street), Springs D. 1974 at Starke, Rorida. some degree the drought Snack Crackers .; 2/69/ .... ;;;

Florida 32043 and as follows 5/9 4t 5/30 safer situation for burning and made: conditions Jumbo Piesr.r'; : 2/8ge./ .. I Realemon Juice .... 4ge 104 i Instant Tea '::::' 9ge 20.

F. W.Office Dodge Box CompanyPost 5647 JUDICIAL IN THE CIRCUIT CIRCUIT COURT OF, O'D.NOW Askew, THEREFORE do hereby I, declare Reubin Friskies Cat Food ';: $::F' 5/95/ It i Breakfast Drink '1 :r 79c485c 104 i Sta Puf Rinse .N 6ge 21.

((1512 Montana Avenue) FLORIDA, IN AND .FOR that the emergency drought Dog Food ""::r.r': 8/'l/ 24. Pantry Pride Corn .... / 114 Butter Beans ,,\\.289c::: [ 21.

Jacksonville Florida :32207 BRADFORD COUNTY April proclamations 15 and May issued 3, 1974.by me are on no Dog Meal ,.w siW"l31Liquid :: > 404 Cream Style CornWholeKernelCorn"",H a:. 5/'l/ 2S1 I Fish Cakes ;;;a',N 351[ u.

CONTRACTORS: Will, upon In Re: Estate of GEORGE L longer in effect in peninsular Detergent t t "7 "," 3/5l/ 104 I I ".,joN': :; "4/85c/ n. I Economy Dinners '': '' 289c[ c II
receipt Of Ten Dollars ($10.00)) PATTEN, deceased. Rorida south of the northern : .
made payable to Don R. boundaries of Dixie, Glchrist' Liquid Detergent '", 3/sl/ 104 I Cut Green Beans .':=.O- 4/5l/ 20. I Banquet Suppers ;;:' 99c so.

Morgan Architect P. A., A. I. NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo Alachua Union, Bradford Clay .
A., be forwarded two sets of and St. Johns Counties and by Insect Spray .a:: 88 104 I Au Gratin Pots. "' :;o,"" 3/sl/ '21 r Lambrecht Pizza ,,SO. : 17e n.

plans Full deposit and specifications, less postage collect.will be having all creditors claims and or all demands persons authority Chapter vested 590.081 In, me Florida by Bath Cleaner ",:'.> 59 101 i Scalloped Pots. .Iff*.ClOCHIff 3/4/ ?, '2. I Utility Size Baggies ,.c' 3SI[ 20. ".

refunded. Provided plans and against said estate. Statutes, do rescind the Boot Polish Kit TSST: 3Is1'/ Swift Chili ....::::..... 39c 14. Cranberry Sauce ''m 2/49c/ Is. i iINryDayowf'rice
specifications are returned in You and each of you are proclamations for the countiesand
"good" condition within ten hereby notified and required to area referred to above and '
INryhylowttJ1e ._
IverytayLowPrke EtraryDtytowPrk* INrylily! Price
days of bid opening. present any clairrfe and demands FURTHERMORE. I commendthe
which you, or either of you, may citizens of the State of Pantry *m S3 i'Ln CtS '"'" "d. ,
EACH BID: Shall be accompanied have against the estate of Rorida and the news media for HERBALSHAMPOO DANDRUFF ENGLISHMUFFINS P- .1I01l BAln WHIP

by a cashier's check George L. Patten deceased to their cooperation and expressmy SHAMPOO CREAMPage TOPPING ;

or bid bond. In the amount of the Judge of the said Court, appreciation to the law ...., '..
five percent of the bid price; County Courthouse Bradford enforcement officers for their 69* "" 3/l ,;...".. 19 C ;,;" ,. 38 C
payable to the School Board of County, Florida within six efforts and assistance in en-

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CLASSIFIED AI RATES FOR SALE: 22 snub revolver LOTS Zoned for mobile homes WANTED: Man experienced in .--- ---- - --- -,
$19.95, 25 automatic $39.95, and houses. Several sub Mobile Home set up and ----- -- JIMMY MOORE'S

Deadline for Insertion 38 revolver from $49.95, 357 divisions to choose from. Only maintenance. Olins Mobile
Tuesday Noon preceding magnum revolvers sng.a? $95 down. Monthly paymentsto Home Sales, Highway 100. 440 Acres Bradford County land. Sun SportsMORE :::. '-- We Mow All Size Lawns- :

Thursday before. publication. nine MMM automatic suit your budget. Ph. 468- Itchg 530WANTED See us for terms BOAT FOR _

Minimum Charge$:.(to $129.95. DAHMERS 1551 or 964-8331. flchg.MISCELLANEOUS. -- - ---- YOUR MONEY TF It:? L 7.r Edge Trim & Fertilize I
5/30 Baths
10tchg Masonry Cent. 114
(Covers Words) : Someone to share 3 Lawns & Flowers
---------- heat/air, Family room, Closed STARKE PH 964-5791
Each word over 15 -- - bedroom, 2 bath house with in I
10 cents FOR SALE: Brunswich Monarch single man in late 20's. $90 garage large lot, excellent k
location COMPLETE .
OUTBOARD & Free Estimates
month, utilities included. Ph. I
pool table.
Regulation size, 12

All paid Classified for in advance Ads unless must you be accessories.cues two sets Excellent of balls condi- all t 1I 5/30 964-9957 or 9648546. 1tp 3 BR, 1 bath, Masonry home STERN AND DRIVE REPAIR SERVICE 964-8440 After 6 P.M. II t tGreen's
with 3 of
land outside
have an established
account tion. Make ------------ COMPLETE FIBERGLASS
an offer. Phone I '
paved road.
with the Telegraph. in that 964-7762. Itp 5/30 REPAIR Lawn Service :
event 50 cents extra WANTED: "A qualified School
for billing. Not responsible for. ------- Teacher who is Born Again 20 Acre tracts available for quick i- .
I WILL KEEP children in sale. -----------e
when my believes the Bible to be the
errors given over. the FOR SALE: Epiphone GuitafS!
when home for $10 per week. Ph. Word of God willing to
phone or is made
copy notIHJI'd in Japan by Gibson now
t l and brought to the of- at Dahmers TJiscount. 9645882. 1tp 5/30 sacrifice to pioneer a New Very nice lot on N. Temple Ave.
fice. tfchg. --- ----- ---- Christian School at Hampton, East of Court House 50 x 200 STARKE BUILDERSA

-- -------- HOUSE PAINTING small or Fla. Call 468-1666 or write feet (approximately) priced [!J" IE" d1IIIt::' COMPLETE BUILDING SERVICE
Rev. Melvin Hamel, Box 208 reasonably with terms.A. .
large job. Contact Larry 964-527O 219 E WASHINGTON ST
TV Color. picture tubes only Cauley. 496.2567, Lake Hampton, Fla. 5/94tchg 5/30 TREE SERVICEALL PHONE STARKE FLA
------------ J. THOMAS
$79 plus labor, Dahmers Butler. 1tp 5/30 TYPES TREE WORK
t FOR SALE 1 Discount. tfchg. ------------ WANTED: Cook at Garden 621 N. Walnut BULLDOZIER LAND Congoleum Shinyl Vinyl"THE
FOR SALE: 6 by 9 "
linoleum Itchg. 5130WANTED OFFICE *
Exterior. Good work at a fair
$3.50, 9 by 12 $5.98, 12 12
i by -------- ---
$11.95 and 12 by 15 $14.94 price. Call 4734309. 1tp 5/30 LILLIAN C. PEARSON FREE ESTIMATES- PRY
FOR SALE// ------------ ASSOCIATE
Registered Angus up. DAHMERS DISCOUNT. Used furniture 24 YEARS EXPERIENCE Beautifully SculpturedHI
cows Heifers and bull Lawtey -7823806
calves tfchg. washers Dahmer's
refrigerators JAX
J. B. White, Ph 964-6114
Discount House tfchg OR STARKE 964-9935
experience corrective FROM EXCEEDS
9646775.- --.... tfchg.----- FOR SALE: 24" Admiral trimming and shoeing prompt 12 TP 6/27 F.HASECIFCTNS COMPLETELY $6"97
Console, new tube and ad- service. Buck Myer, Ph. ((904)) ; INSTALLED OVER RUBBER PADDING PER SO YD
WATSON'S justment Like new $125, or 481-3104. 5/30 2tp 6/6 I Shag
HOUSE OF VACUUMS best offer.671 W. Call St. Itp -_------ --- t HELP

Many brands of new vacuums ------------ STARKE CYCLE CENTER, 207N. f.--------. Adult Mobile )100% CONTINUOUS FIL NYLON MANY TF
$39.00 ,up. Used machines Temple Ave. Ph. 964-6020, I COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM COMPLETELY
FOR SALE One burner $7 95
: oil
from $10. Expert Repairs all $13.50 stove Your authorized HODAKA Home ParkIN INSTALLED OVER RUBBER PADDING PER SO YD .
two burner
$1895 3
makes. Parts and Accessoriesfor dealer tfchg.LICENSED HELP WANTED: Production
all 2550. DAHMERS workers wanted for On All Makes CITY LIMITS *3O A MONTH
vacuums. Built in ------------ sawmill. I
central vacuum cleaning Will train. Apply Coastal WALK TO NEIGHBORHOOD
systems. 712 N. Main, ---- -------- DAY NURSERY: Lumber Co, Maxville, Fla. St. State Certified
Fenced yard, meal provided. Road 218 Ph. I Master HARV Licensed GROCERY AND NEW
Gainesville 3767110. TF 289.7261.5/30 PRICES ARE GOING SKY HIGHOn
BEAUTIFUL COLORADO: 10 Infants up, reasonable. By 2tchg 6/6. Insured I SHOPPING CENTER

!OH SALE Honda 305 Acres, $4,975! $50 down, $50 hour-week-day. Ph. 9648464.1tp --------- Phone 473-4777 NO PETS TF
: ---
monthly. Repossession All Types of Mobile and BaseC.
pick 5/16. JO-LU COURTU.S.
Hawk, can be seen at the HELP WANTED: GAINESVILLER. I Rt 3 Box 266 Starke On Highway : B.
payments. ------------ TF(
Starke Cycle Center or Ph. FINANCE CO., 911 West V. Motorhome L 100..S",Miles So Ol StarKe 301 SOUTH
9646020. 1tp 5/30 FREE: Female Pointer and 5 manufacturer
recruiting CAR
10th Amarillo, Texas 79101. PHONE 964-881O SHOP AND SAVE AT BILL'S
month old
- -- -- 806-376.8690. 1tp 5/30 pup want new PENTERS, PLUMBERS,
FOR SALE: 8000 BTU Sears Air home. Call 4681893. 1t 5/23 electricians AND METAL
Conditioner. Like new, only ------------ personnel. Full-time employment INSURANCEAT Before Prices Go Up _

$75. When new last fall was FOR SALE: New 125 CC Hodaka CUSTOM MADE draperies, industry wage rates REDUCED RATES United FarmAgencyInc WE HAVE LINEAR AMPLIFIERS f
$198.99. Call 4963209. 1tp Wombat. 231 miles, excellent bedspreads and slipcovers with benefits. Apply in person AUTO FIRE. BOAT

5/30 condition. Must sacrifice. Call your material or ours. Ph. 964- anytime Recreational Enter DOYLE E. CONNE'RINSURANCE Bill Makes Outdoor Plexiglass/ Advertising
Corp., 3705 S. W. 42nd
FOR SALE: Brown and white 964-8398 or 964-5468 after 5 8808. 5/23 4tp 6/13 Place prises. just off (1-75 Williston AGENCY REG. REAL ESTATE BROKER Signs.As Well As Painted Signs
Well trained, bridle and p.m. 1t 5/30 ---- -- Also
pinto. ------ Road exit. 904-3726387 5/16 TCHG PAUL FAULKNERBROKERIRENE Home of Magnetic Sign Co.BILL'S .
saddle, $200. Large Shetland ------------ SAWS SHARPENEDNOli.... 4tp 6/8. FAULKNERASSOC.ROBERTKAULKNERASSOC.

pony, very gentle with bridle guaranteed. Call 964-7509 -- - -- -- C. B. RADIO AND EQUIPMENT
and saddle $85 22 foot Eicon FOR SALE: 2 mares, to foal in leave at Jackson Building or $ SAVE $ .
self-contained travel trailer Good
Supply, Starke or Keystone 944-8344 Starke, Florida
with hitch and load level gentle, also mare for
young Heights. Tfchg. 2305 N. TEMPLE AVE 321 North Temple Avenue
1350. Ph. 964-6262 or 964- rider, barrel or pleasure. Call
8417. Itchg 5/30 964-5630 after 5 p.m. 1tp 5/30 GMC TRUCKS STARKE. FLA. 964.5065
- ---- --- ------ BUICK -
mobile home hurricane an- PONTIAC REAL ESTATE? BSO
FOR SALE: Notebooks end'mobile SALE House with 10 "A LITTLE RIDE CAN
NO I IIUNTINO'SIG S'For. t- ,chonng -roof' : acres CALL US FOR BEST PRICES
Memo pads envelopes sale and rent signs. The coating. Olin's MOBILE Home of I land near Raiford. For in- SAVE YOU A LOT" TF PROSPECTS WAITING TFCHG
markers adding machine Office Shop. Service. 964-5606 Rt. 100 W. formation call 496-3585 after GREEN COVE SPRINGS" j Assembly Applicants NeededAt
and cash reg. paper. The Starke, Fla. tfchg 5:30: p.m. 1tp 5/30
Office Shop.
e -
------------ eS -
---- LOSE WEIGHT: Safely and fast
--- General Electric
.- - with X-11 Diet Plan, 300. MOBILE HOME: 24x60 2 PumpsNew Cash & Carry Tires

I KEYSTONE HEIGHTS REDUCE Excess Fluids with bedroom, 2 bath, family E CALL
X-Pel 300. Money Back room, central air and heat.
MOTOR Guarantee Koch Drug. Total electric. Ph. 964-8023. And UsedSALES TIRESFRONT Immediate openings for light assembly production

15tchg 725Sewing 5/16 4tp 6/6 112 END operators on night shift ((2nd and 3rd).
I STATION ------------
--- ------ PARTS &
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom frame SERVICE -High dexterity and aptitude for assembly work are all
I home on 1 acre 3 miles out on SERVICE96458OO the .
Under New Management requirements necessary.No
Machine Hwy. 16, $18,500. Call 964- DEEP ft. SHALLOW WELLS

I: CLINTON & SHIRLEY BARTON I RepairAll 5606._Itchg. 5/30 Plumbing Supplies I training experience or particular educational
-- ---------
background required.
;OPEN MONSATCLOSED1112 I makes cleaned, oiled and
adjusted, $7. All work guar- New 3 bedroom homes, some I
I TFNBRASINGTON -Apply between the hours of 8 a. m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday
anteed. James Strickland with no down payment if you ALL MAKES
I -, Morgan Road and SR-16. Ph. qualify. Others with low down 1-___ ... through Friday at the plant located on Highway 441,12 miles
--- --- -
-- -- PHONE 9647O61Durrance north of Gainesville.
964 8733 or 7823189. payment

r FASHION CAREERLIKE tfchq All size acreage in Union and

Bradford counties. CADILLAC-OLDSMOBILE:


YOUR CUSTOMERS SAVE UP TO 5O t. FOR RENT 1 205 N.TempleJUS 964-6522 ) Taken On Cadillac Trades General I[I.:, ElectricAn

Complete Inventory Beautiful Redwood Nite 468-1753 2001(> N.W. J3tti 378-5301

Fixtures. Complete Training. Program GAINESVILLE I

VERY HIGH EARNINGS $2698PLUS Equal Opportunity Employer
FOR RENT 12' wide mobile'homes
INVESTMENT S12.500 outside city limits. J. Your 'T'F


CALL COLLECT MR. TODD..904/396-1707 answer----call--9648775.--- --tfchg. Broker I
Fla. : Vacancy MANAGERTRAINEESCallahan
PO Box 26009. Jacksonville 8tp 7/18 Village Apt. For info. call< Buy Sell- Trade- .

Strout Realty, Inc., Reg. AppraisalsCALL BRADFORD
tltlttlt Broker. 2117 N. Temple Ave. I
Ph. 964-6609. tfchg. BILL POWELL PARK Lake City, Starke
For FOR RENT: 1 bedroom fur 9646464 YEARLY LEASE YOU and Jacksonville
nished apartment. Ph. 964-
6947. Itp 5/30 ASSOCIATES: GET 12 MO. FOR THE

Anyone caught pilfering or TREE. ------------ Ralph Bryan PRICE OF 10 MO. S3O.OO Recipe for Success

trespassing on property of FOR RENT: Upstairs apartment. MO S3OO.OO YR CITY
Phillip Crosby estate at SERVICE Adults only, no pets. 964- 964-6208 P 6 SEWER. WATER ELEC.
Brooker, Fla. will be dealt 6352. Itchg 5/30 Basic Ingredients
with to the full extent of the CALL Bob Milner nun Adult Park96459B6

law MRS. NELLRHODEN AUTOMOB---- 9646026Acreage 376-4551 1. The ability and intelligence to maximize your po
4222 NW 13th St.Gainesville
1 to 100 tential.
Hazel Crosby CarltonOwner USEDFOR Bradford & Alachua 1757 N. TEMPLE
2. The dedication and attitude required to demon-
strate your ability through hard work.
GCaretakerY4152211 Nice 3 BR 2 bath home at
Used 1963 Valiant 4-
Hampton. Call Bob for 3. The aggressiveness to car-
4tp-a/2o necessary pursue your
dr.gas Excellent mileage.condition Call 964-5630, good details 6026. after 6:00 at 944- OLINS MOBILE HOME SALES eer objectives on a long terrr1)) basis.

after 5 1tp 5/30 HWY. 100 W, PH. 964-5404
p.m. BR, 2 Bath Cen and
too POO NEW- -- 4. A company that has position openings a
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/ tral Heat and Air Carpet, on 1' l( : working environment that recognizes and rewards
DAY CARE FOR SALE: 1968 GTO 400 cu. wooded, high-dry acre lot, results.
in. Ram Air, Hurst 4 speed outside city. Two to choose LARGE SELECTION OF PRE-OWNED a.
CENTER dean and In good condition.Call from. REPOSSESSED HOMES IN GOOD Mix all of these ingredients in our two-week training

BABIES 9647470. Itp 5/30 3 BEDROOM 2 bath C. B. CONDITION AT A REASONABLE PRICE program, constantly adding large doses of experienceand
e! FROM ARM ------------ with Heat and Air Carpet TF knowledge; the final product is

'te TO SCHOOL AGE FOR SALE: Pontiac GTO beautiful lot in Stark IS x 30

CARE- Convertible 1968. A/C full family room with fire place.
power console AM-FM radio,
2 BALANCED SNACKS power antenna. 48,000 actual Nice 3 BR, 1 Bath CB in Ex.celleitt Alan Baxter

P.M. miles. Excellent condition. Location To Grow With Us?
NOW OPEN 7:00: A.M. TO : 1196. Ph. 473-4408 or 473-

REASONABLE RATES 4357. tfchfl.WANTED Beautiful Building and mo. Contractor If you have the basic Ingredients please apply.
bile home lots Inside and outside Painting

WE WILL WORK WITH MOTHERS TO SOLVE city. 6360 103rd StreetJacksonville

R..id.ntialCamm.rcia'' Fla. (Friday, May 17, 9.1)
THEIR PROBLEMS ffiGraatar t WANUD 1 Want to have one built? We

Bethlehem FreeWill8aptist.Churc \% can help you there also. 964-5236 312 W. Madison Street

Starke, Fla. (Friday, May 17,.3-4))

964.5136 f- : Meld at Temple WE MAY HAVE WHAT Serving The Starke and Keystone Eagle Family Discount Stores, Inc.
1101 CHESTNUT ST:AT ASH ST. oR Motel. Apply in person. 1tp YOU WANT .
_4-8aee .w LET US HELP YOU I Heights Area. 'TF
CALL 6/30
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION Ait.......Opportunity' Imploy r
I I .
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EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Bradford County months from the date of the first Pvt.Timothy Smith Mr. and Mrs. Otis Ellis, Route NAACP NEWS grounds. League at 4 p.m. will be the new pastor

FLORIDA BRADFORD IN AND FOR publication of this notice. FT. EUSTIS VA I. Brooker, completed an The second part of the Evening Worship 6 p.m. returning from conference.
COUNTY. Each claim or demand must Private airframe at the Sunday School, 10 a.m.
course Church
THE SUCCESSFUL BIDDER: N. repair program, "Struggle for Black New Bethel Baptist
CASE NO.74-73 be in writing and must state the Timothy Smith 19, son of School Morning Worship at 11.
Will be required to provide a Army Identity, will be presented Rev. Leroy Davis pastor.
CIVIL Performance/Labor and place of residence and post- forcing this statute. Ft. Eustis, Va. Thursday May 30, at 8 p.m. at Wednesday night, Bible Class Friday night, May 31, the
ACTION Material Payment Bond in the office address of the claimantand IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I During the 11-week course, RJE. The public is invited to and Prayer Meeting Choir Choir will render song serviceat
BENJAMIN amount of one hundred percentof must be sworn to by the have hereunto set my hand and he was trained in the main attend. No. 1 rehearsal Friday, 8 p.m Mt. Zion AME Church in
ANNA SUSLOW and the bid amount Surety claimant, his agent, or his attorney caused the Great Seal of the tenance and repair of aircraft Sunday School, 10 a.m., Lawtey. Children's Day will

Plaintiff, vs.SUSLOW HARRY MITCHELLand his wife Company shall be licensed to do or it will become void State of Florida to be affixed at Harris ServingIn CHURCH NEWS concluding services for the be observed June 9.
business in the state of Florida according to law. Tallahassee the Capital. this GermanyU. Greater Bethlehem day. Regular services will be Pleasant Grove United
BETTY MITCHELL, his and shall be listed by the United Each creditor shall deliver 21st day of May, A. D., 1974. Freewill Baptist Church, Rev. held Sunday, June 9. Methodist Church, Rev Willie
wife Defendants
States Treasury Department sufficient copies of his claim to S. Army, Germany Jasper Williams pastor. Ebenezer Baptist Church, Stitt pastor Sunday School 10
enable the Court to mail one to Reubin 0'D. Askew (AHTNC) April 23 Army Monday night. Ushers Board Rev Leroy Davis pastor. a.m. Morning Worship at 11.
PROPOSALS: May not be with- each personal representative.Dated GOVERNORATTEST Private First Class Tommy L. No. 2 and Choir No. 3 meeting. Prayer Meeting and Bible Afternoon service, 3 p.m. Rev.
drawn for thirty days after bid April 17, A D 1974. : Harris, 20, son of Mrs. Mary Senior Choir rehearsal Class Thursday 7:30: p.m. Stitt will begin the new con-

TO: date. Richard DickStone( ) L. Green, Hampton, is Tuesday night. Prayer Sunday School, 9:45: ; Morning ference year Sunday at
George L Patten Jr Secretary of State assigned to the 3rd Infantry Meeting, Wednesday night Worship at 11 ; Evening Pleasant Grove.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat THE SUCCESSFUL BIDDER, IF Helen K. PattenAs 11 5/30 Division in Germany.PFC. Thursday night the Ladies Service 7 p.m. New Hope Baptist Church
an action OF MORTGAGE ANY: Will be so notified within Executors of the Last Will Harris is an Circle will meet at the home of Mt Moriah United Rev. L. W. Mosely pastor.
FORECLOSURE on the five days after bid opening. The and Testament of George L. automotive repair parts Mrs. Lindsey. Friday night Methodist Church, Rev. Willie Sunday School, 10 a.m.
following property in Bradford School Board of Bradford Patten, Deceased. NOW OPEN specialist with the Division'sheadquarters the ladies will be baking pies. Stitt pastor The Florida Morning Worship at 11. Afternoon -

County, Florida: County reserves the right to 5/9 4t 530NOTICE and CompanyA Saturday at 6 p.m. the mon Annual Conference will start service, 4 p.m.
Those certain lots, blocks, reject any and all bids and to KNOWLESGARAGE 703rd Maintenance Bat- thly Sunday School teachers Monday May 26. Mrs Ethel Greater Allen Chapel AME
pieces or parcels of land, situate, waive any informalities. OF APPLICATIONFOR talion in Kitzmgen conference will be held. Hall will attend as lay Church, Rev. B. C. Williams
lying and being in the County of TAX DEED His wife, Barbara lives on Sunday is pastoral day, delegate from the parish, pastor. Sunday School, 10 a.m.
Bradford and State of Florida, Route 3, Starke. husband. Love Feast Service 11 a.m.
Mr. Jim Temple, Superintendent SR-225 (Old Bayless Hwy) starting with Sunday School at accompanied by her ,
and being more particularly NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Sgt.RlchardGarst 9:30.: Morning Service at 11, The conference will convene Communion will be given in
described as: Commence at the Bradford County Schools that Irene Goodwine the holderof Auto Repair Serving in Jordan followed by dinner on the Sunday in Lakeland. Rev. Stitt the 5:30: service.
NW Corner of said SW 1/4 of
5/23 3t 616NOTICE certificates AMMAN, JORDAN, May 14 ,
the following has Specializing In-
- - -
SW 1/4 for point of beginning,
Richard G.
filed said certificates for a tax Marine Sgt.
49 and run minutes thence East South along 1 degree the OF INTENTIONTO deed to be issued thereon. The Brake Repair Garst, son of Mr. and Mrs. K A W. F rm EqvtVmcnt CIAIGE
REGISTER Harold E. Garst of Route 1,
certificate numbers and of
years Tone
distance Westerly of boundary 230.1 feet thereof to a a FICTITIOUS NAME issuance, the description of the UpseMotor Starke, has reported for duty SELECTION: OF MEW

property, and the names in Overhaul with the Marine Security
concrete South 62 monument degrees ;49 run minutes thence Pursuant to Section 865.09 which it was assessed are as Guard here. I ,_ mcibis no* j STdcr I II

Florida Statutes notice is follows: ---- ------- ----- ---------
East a distance of 536.42 feet to 1 ----------------------- --
hereby given that the under Certificate No. 45, Year of i Quality Service
a concrete monument of the on the signed V. F. Heiken Route 1, Issuance, 1972.Description i DeWitt C. Jones EQUIPMENT CO.
Westerly boundary rightof
Box 385 Lawtey, Florida, 32058 of property: N 1 i
of State Road No. 200 OliV Safest
way ; I r
doing business under the firm i d I
ACofW9ACof NW 1/4 of SW 1 cY n w A us
run thence in a Northeasterly name of "AMERICAN FAMILY 1/4 SEC 17-6-22. i ft S rvklaCrosse i 1 1I
said Funeral Home I
direction equipmentSATOHi
along Westerly
i 1 1I
SOUND, Route 1, Box 385, Name in which assessed:
and the of I
boundary along arc a I Ir
Lawtey, Florida 32058, intendsto Unknown.
curve said curve having a radiusof i STARKE PHONE 9646200RENTAL r "It f a, TIACTOtfCMBIM r rI rr
register said fictitious name All of
5696.65 feet and being said property being In A II.MAV( I4II'MINIVl
under the provisions of aforesaid the of State of
County Bradford I .
concave to the West, a chord r rI
distance of 533.39 feet, said V
chord having a bearing of North F. Heiken sole owner. Unless such certificate or I CRUTCHES I rjy r PuntM. 111,. ( flMMrt, < M 1r
Dated this 21st day of May, A. certificates shall be redeemed r I II
25 degrees, 50 minutes and 20 D. 1974, at Starke, Florida according to law the property KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Kultn n HI*Nv T *ltrtlvtf( rTI
seconds East, to the Northerly
5/23 4tp 63NOTICE described in such certificate or PHONE. 473-3176
boundary of aforesaid SW 1/4 I A "rOHRKI /UREveryDaylowPrSce1
of SW 1/4. run thence South 89 certificates will be sold to the un H ii M n n n n H ii n ii MKMiaii ii innnnnnnnnnnr'
degrees, 35 minutes and 50 OF INTENTIONTO highest bidder at the court
seconds West along said REGISTER house door on the 4th day of

distance, of June, 1974.
Northerly boundary a FICTITIOUS NAME
716.96 feet to point of beginning Dated this 2nd day of May, I

Section 10, Township 6 Pursuant to Section 86509 1974.
South Range 22 East, Florida Statutes, notice is Gilbert S. Brown
hereby given that the under- by Beulah M Moody
has been filed Clerk of Circuit Court of FOOD EvcryDayLowPricci
against you Harry signed W. N. and Elizabeth
Mitchell and Betty Mitchell, and Noegel, Edwards Road Starke, Bradford County Florida. ,
5/9/ 4t 5/30
you are required to serve a copy Florida, 32091 doing business
of your written defenses, if any under the firm name of "301 BEEF REGULAR GRIND
to it, on the plaintiff's attorney, LIQUORS", P. O. Box 159, I will not be responsible for I R Pantry OR 0
whose name and address is Starke Bradford County, any debts other than my own. Pride ELECTRIC PERK

Hon George H. Pierce, 996 N. Florida, 32091, intends to SIRLOINSUPERMA
Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida, register said fictitious name Ronald E.Whitehead
and file the original with the under the provisions of aforesaid 5/30 2tp 66NOTICE
clerk of the above styled courton statute. STEAKS STARKE'RKETS:: COFFEE

or before June 25, 1974: W. N. and Elizabeth Noegel OF INTENTIONTO 320 SOUTH
otherwise a judgement may be sole owners. REGISTER
entered against you for the relief Dated this 21st day of May, A FICTITIONS NAMEPursuar.t WALNUT ST.IYINYU.IWwNU1..000 .

demanded in the complaint or D. 1974 at Starke, Florida tnlGt\ SIVINDAYS '
petition. 4tp to Section 86509 $148Ls W10.JUMI S 1*74 QUANTITY 1 LBBAG 79cIsN
WITNESS my hand and the Florida Statutes, notice is .N'.D

seal of said Court on May 21, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF hereby given that the undersigned all wt m ptust n tcatfO.S.DJL

CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR Box 315 Starke and Judy Har- ((111W
Gilbert. Brown BRADFORD COUNTY. denbrook Star Route, Hampton _
As Clerk of said Court CASE No 74117IN Fla., 32044, doing business _
By Beulah. MoodyAs under the firm name of GAND H

Deputy Clerk RE: The Marriage of HARLEY WELL DRILLING, 655 N. EveryDayLowPrke I EvcryDayLowPrice

(Court Seal/) ALBERT SEABOLT, Petitioner, Walnut St., Starke, Ra. 32091, BEEF BLADE "
5/23 4t 6/13 intends to register said fictitious FRESH FLORIDA
SEABOLT, Respondent. name under the provisions of CHUCKROAST
TRADE NAME LAW aforesaid statute. I4jI -YELLOWCORN

(Notice Under NOTICE OF ACTION Kent Graudons and Judy ij"i

Fictitious NO PROPERTYTo Hardenbrook owners.
Name Law) Dated this 30th day of May

Notice is hereby given that the : Peggy Jo Bryant Seabolt A. D 1974 at Starke. Florida NUUD NI
undersigned, pursuant to the c/o James R. Hardin 5/30/ 4tp 6/20

'Ficticious Name Statute," 512 Pin Oak Drive L
Chapter No. 20953, Laws of Birmingham, Ala. 35214
Florida 1941, as amended by
Chapter No. 26760, Laws of YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
Florida 1951, and by Chapter action for dissolution of EvcryD.yLPrke EireryDayLowPriccBOHILIff Every DflyLowPi KC Ery; YLowPrke [reryDeyLowPres BcmnBuy BenusBuy
No. 67.209, Laws of Florida OF FLORIDA BIIF 1 eoenese ur U s. Not oto rsx/orr
marriage has been filed against EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT C Hue K RIB BONELESS
1967, being Section 86509, you and you are required to TALLAHASSEE CHUCK POTROAST SHOULDER BEEF WHITEPOTATOES PLANTERS

Florida Statutes, will register serve a copy of your written STEAKS".. 'AU' .ROAST...'..."... ..,. STEAKS ,IInNGNNxYNYN111 PEANUTS
with the clerk of the Circuit defenses, if any, to it on WHEREAS a serious ;; 1I iZI > 2 TO 29
Court in and for Bradford EUGENE F. SHAW, Petitioner's 1IZf88c $118 $129 'ss 3 IIKO | 10 Ib 119 .1169C
of rainfall for the
shortage past ma u LI BulK
County, Florida, upon receipt of attorney, whose address is Post _
several months had created
proof of publication of this Office Box 1086, Starke, Florida,
extreme drought conditions
notice, the fictitious name, on or before June 21, 1974, and particularly in peninsular Florida, fytayUwMw EryDyt. w!>rkAYOM. 1.yo.Y CMWPrke I ryDayL wPrkt E cryDayLwPrk W IveryDayLCMWPTke BvmnBuy
towit; file the original with the Clerk of 'DIl
I "' PmMr* PM>
thus creating emergency fire A muiTNAISE FRESH AIL UM SI
this Court either before serviceon ICE WAFFLE
conditions on all these lands, I
under which it is engaged in immediately thereafter
business in the City of Starke, ; WHEREAS numerous and "2 12
otherwise a default will be 58* 59C *
Florida. disastrous fires the forest .0.
entered against you for the relief
That the party interested in demanded in the Petition. grasslands swamps and muck o o .
said business enterprise is as WITNESS my hand and the areas had overtaxed the fire .:.'.'c...: .; ;COMPARE! ici::': : .:: ;COMPARE OAT.." .LAY UO:
fighting facilities, thus creating
follows Major: Media of the day seal of of May this Court 1974.on this 21st extremely hazardous conditions Meat Loaf Miz'...:::a... r 7ge 10. I Cheese Spread "C:'NI;g: 9ge 20. I Oleo Quarters ,.....:.... 3ge 6.

Southeast BY: Robert LTD.O Naegele, Jr., Gilbert S. Brown andWHEREAS, effective the 15th Pork Loin, Chops :::: '" 88e I,1, s Perch Fillets "u'::"'N 6ge 10. i Cream Cheese "n'I. :y a 3ge rat !I

General Partner. Clerk of Circuit Court day these of April conditions 1974 because it was of Pork Shldr Roast 'D" :"'" 6ge 10. I Fried Fish Sticks .;4: :: ... 119 20' I Low Cal Yogurt '':-'l': CuI'' 23e 6. I
BY William O
: Naegele,
General Partner 5/23 4t 6/13 Bradford By: Beulah County Moody Fla. necessary for me to declare existed that in Spare Ribs I:G111'IU''YI: 7ge 10. I Cooked Fillets ;?: ;:.:: 8ge 10. Cottage Cheese .":': =.. 5ge 4.
a drought emergency
5/23/ 4t 613NOTICE Deputy Clerk the southernmost counties of Pork Shldr Pitnic o,;':;; a,!? 4ge 10. i Fish Portions 'a 9ge ace I Sliced Bacon U.A:- 6ge IOf

NOTICE TO BIDDERS Florida Sarasota which, Charlotte included, Manatee DeSoto Smoked! Ham .YOII.:.".:..aoo".Y'II 58e 10. ; Orange Juice'.':"" 4/1/ 16' .. Gr Beef 'D"..... ..II.85e Over per Ib 5 tb19( ,0r

OF INTENTIONTO Hardee, Okeechobee St. Lucie
NOTICE is hereby given that REGISTER Indian River, Glades, Martin

the sealed School bids will Board be of received Bradford by FICTITIOUS NAME Highlands, Lee, Collier, Hendry EveryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrke I EveryDayLowPrke
Broward, Dade Monroe, and
County, Post Office Drawer 939 Pursuant to Section 866.09 Palm Beach Counties, and PANTRY PRIDE PANTRY PRIDE 100% PURE FLORIDA
Starke, Florida 32091, at 5.00 Pride
Florida Statutes notice if here effective the 3rd day of May Pantry
June 14, 1974, for the
p.m. by given that the undersigned 1974 to extend the area to SmoothIPEANUT ORANGEPJJUICE
construction of"an "Off Street Sandra Alvarez, 602 Alton Road, include the rest of peninsular
Driving Range, at which time Tea Bags
Starke Florida 32091 doing Florida south of the northern BUTTER
bids will be opened and read
business under the firm name of boundaries of Dixie, Glchnst
aloud. "KLIP & KURL", 153 W. Call Alachua, Union Bradford, day 100 _
Street, Starke Bradford and St. Johns Counties, and FROZE
PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS, County, Florida 32091 intendsto WHEREAS considerable 12/$1 COUNT S9C 6oz 4l(
register said fictitious name progress has been made in BOX
DOCUMENTS: May be obtained
under the provisions of aforesaid suppressing the fires which were
from the office of Don R.
statute. in existence at that time, and .... ....,
Morgan, Architect, P. A., A. I I. :. : V' :4/PY"o: ;: .
A Post Office Box 987 (Walnut Sandra Alvarez, sole owner. recent scattered rainfall and COMPARE ...c... .COMPARE' .. / ;COMPARE! P"sK:d" ''C
? Dated this 8th day of May, A. higher humidities have alleviatedto
Street Florida)I.32043 Green and Cove as Springs follows,: D. 1974 at Starke Ronda some degree the drought Snack Crackers "xca'w:: : 2/6ge/ 16. Fruit Drinks I IfrOI39c:: 20. : Air Freshner DAYS 10110or* IAU 69c 20.

5/9 4t 5/30 safer situation for burning and made: conditions Jumbo Pies "N-:':".' 2/8ge/ 16' I Realemon Juice "Ur 49c 10. Instant Tea ::a:. 99c289c 20.

F Post. W.Office Dodge Box Company 5647 JUDICIAL IN THE CIRCUIT CIRCUIT COURT OF, O'D.NOW Askew THEREFORE do hereby I, declare Reubin Friskies Cat Food AIISAIV 5/95e/ i Breakfast Drink '0 :.N' 7 ffc 0ii 20. i Sta Puf Rinse .., 6ge 21.

Jacksonville((1512 Montana, Florida Avenue 32207) FLORIDA BRADFORD, COUNTY IN AND .FOR that the emergency issued drought Dog Food "Mo'a:: : 8/1/ 24. Pantry Pride Corn '..' 485HF / ( lit Butter Beans ..o::;. Z/89c/ 71"

April proclamations 15, and May 3, 1974 by,me are on no Dog Meal 'DW: .c YG". 3)9 to, Cream Style Corn a: 5UwF"485c/ 711 i Fish Cakes :a".7' m/ n.

receipt CONTRACTORS Of Ten Dollars: Will,($10 upon.00)) PATTEN In Re:,Estate deceased.of GEORGE L longer Florida In south effect of in the peninsular northern Liquid Detergent "";,;:;""' 3/1/ 20. ; WholeKerneICorn''':';;:;:; / ,7Economy Dinners .10 ANQUltAtl*OX / ll

made Morgan payable Architect,to P. A.Don, A R I I.. NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo Alachua boundaries, Union of Dixie Bradford, Glchrist, Clay,' Liquid Detergent ....';S". ... 3/S1/ 30. Cut Green Beans ."::D"N' 4/1/ 701 Banquet Suppers ',': 99 101

A.. be forwarded two sets of and St. Johns Counties and by Insect Spray I t:: 88c 20. Au Gratin Pots. "?a%"" 31/ 1 61e i Lambrecht Pizza ,;'oc; 77c IK

plans Full deposit and specifications, less postage collect.will be having all creditors claims and or all demands persons authority Chapter vested 590.081 in, me Florida by Bath Cleaner ..,::"? 5ge 30. i Scalloped Pots.M..;.< c." 311k// OJ. : Utility Size Baggies II <. 3/'l/ JO. ".

refunded.specifications Provided are returned plans and in against You said and estate.each of you are proclamations Statutes do for rescind the counties the Boot Polish Kit ,:::.N' 31'1 4So 1 I Swift Chili NUNoI G" 39c 10. : Cranberry Sauce '..' 2/49/ < lit j jr

"good" condition within ten hereby notified and required to and area referred to above and
days of bid opening. present any clainrfe and demands FURTHERMORE I commendthe IryDyLwMcc E ryDwyl wMcirt I"ry I Da

which you or either of you may citizens of the State of rrUi "" "*** I wHry Pvhte !8 "LII
EACH BID: Shall be ac have against the estate of Florida and the news media for MOUTHWASH HERBAL | DANDRUFF ENGLISH:41101l.0AIU:
companied by a cashier's checkor George L. Patten deceased, to their cooperation and express CREAM .
bid bond. In the amount of the Judge of the said Court, my appreciation to the law
five percent of the bid price County Courthouse Bradford enforcement officers for their 69 ... 3/$1 ,:anON.''N' 19 <
School Board of ) '
payable to the County Florida within six efforts end assistance in en-

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CLASSIFIED AI RATES FOR SALE: 22 snub revolver LOTS Zoned for mobile homes WANTED: Man experienced in __ ____ ___ __ -- -- - - ,
$19.95, 25 automatic $39.95. and houses. Several sub- Mobile Home set up and n JIMMY MOORE'S

Deadline for )insertion 38 revolver from $49.95, 357 divisions to choose from. Only maintenance. Olins Mobile i
Tuesday Noon preceding nine magnum revolvers S119.%$ $95 down. Monthly paymentsto Home Sales, Highway 100. 440 Acres Bradford County land. Sun SportsMORE :, ;rc' We Mow All Size Lawns- :

Thursday before publication. MMM automatic suit your budget. Ph. 468- Itchg 530WANTED See us for terms. BOAT FOR

Minimum Charge$2.0(1( $129.95. DAHMERS 1551 or 964-8331. ftchg.tAISCEIIANEOUS. -- -- ---- YOUR MONEY TF I. yr' Edge Trim & Fertilize

(Covers Words) DISCOUNT. 10tchg 5/30 : Someone to share 3 3 BR, 2 Baths, Masonry Cent. ) Lawns & Flowers I
Each word over 15 ------ ------ -- -- -- bedroom, 2 bath house with heat/air, Family room Closed in STARKE PH 964-5791 t

10 cents FOR SALE: Brunswich Monarch single man in late 20's. $90 garage large lot, excellent
location. COMPLETE OUTBOARD & Free Estimates
pool table. month, utilities included. Ph. ,
Regulation size, 12
All Classified Ads must be cues, two sets of balls all 9649957 or 964-8546. Itp 3 BR, 1 STERN DRIVE SERVICE 964-8440 After 6PM.Green's .
paid for in advance unless you accessories. Excellent condi- ( 1I 5/30 bath Masonry home AND REPAIR I
have an established with 3 acres of land, outside COMPLETE
account tion. Make offer. -- -- ------ FIBERGLASS
with the Telegraph in that 964-7762. 1tp 5/30 city, paved road. REPAIR ( Lawn Service :
event 50 cents extra charge WANTED: "A qualified School
for, billing.: Not responsible for ------- Teacher who is Born Again, 20 Acre tracts available for quick .
I WILL KEEP children in sale. GLASS'FISHING BOATS -- -- --- -- -
errors when given over the FOR SALE: Epiphone Guitars!! my believes the Bible to be the
phone or when copy is not made in Japan by Gibson now home for $10 per week. Ph. Word of God, willing to
l tjpecl and brought to the of- at Ddhmers "Discount tfchg. 9645882. Itp 5/30 sacrifice to pioneer a New Very nice lot on N. Temple Ave.
- -- ----- East STARKE BUILDERSA
Christian of
flic. School at Hampton, Court House 50 x 200

---- -- ------ HOUSE PAINTING small or Fla. Call 468-1666 or write feet (approximately) priced Gnu Lis, L'CLLE( [ COMPLETE BUILDING SERVICE
Rev. Melvin Hamel Box 208 reasonably with terms.
large job. Contact Larry PHONE 964-527O 219 E WASHINGTON ST
TV Color picture tubes only Cauley 496-2567 Lake Hampton Fla. 5/9 4tchg 5/30 TREE SERVICE STARKE FLA
$79 plus labor Dahmers ------------ A.J.THOMAS, REALTOR
r FOR SALE 1 Discount tfchg. ---- -------- WANTED: Cook at Garden 621 964-6162 N. Walnut BULLDOZIER LAND Congoleum Shinyl Vinyl"THE

HOUSE PAINTING: Interior and $
FOR SALE: 6 by 9 ,
linoleum t
Exterior. Good work fair
$3.50, 9 by 12 $5.98, 12 by 12 at a
------------ PER SQ
$11.95 and 12 by 15 $14.94 price. Call 4734309. 1tp 5/30 LILLIAN C. PEARSON FREE ESTIMATES YD
FOR SALE/ Registered --- ---_----- ASSOCIATE
Angus DAHMERS Beautifully SculpturedHI
cows. Heifers and bull calves. Lawtey 782.3806
refrigerators, washers Dahmer's 768-8522 LOW NYLON
J. B. Whiter Ph. 964-6114 HOUSESHOEING: 15 years
9646775. experience, corrective Discount House. tfohg OR STARKE 964-9935 MANY COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM EXCEEDS

-- tfchg.----- FOR SALE: 24" Admiral trimming and shoeing, prompt 12 TP 6/27 FHA, SPECIFICATIONS COMPLETELY $6.97
Console new tube and ad- service. Buck Myer, Ph. ((904)) INSTALLED OVER RUBBER PADDING PER SO YD
WATSON'SHOUSEOFVACUUMS justment Like new $125 or 4813104. 5/30 2tp 6/6 Shag
best offer. 671 W. Call St. 1tp

Many brands of new vacuums ------------ STARKE CYCLE CENTER 207N. f.--------t. Adult Mobile 100% CONTINUOUS FIL NYLON MANY TF
,up. machines FOR SALE Temple Ave. Ph.964-6020. Q-
from $10. Expert Repairs all $13.50 : One burner oil stove Your authorized HODAKA I Home ParkIN INSTALLED OVER RUBBER PADDING PER SO YD 9 I.
burner .
two $18
95, 3
makes. Parts
and Accessoriesfor burner dealer tfchg.LICENSED HELP WANTED: Production
all vacuums. $25.50. DAHMERS workers On All Makes CITY LIMITS *3O A MONTH
Built in ------ ------ wanted for sawmill.
central vacuum cleaning Will train Apply Coastal I WALK TO NEIGHBORHOOD
systems. 712 N. Main, ------------ DAY NURSERY: Lumber Co., Maxville Fla. St. Stale Certified, I II AND NEW
Gainesville 376-7110. Fenced yard, meal provided. Road 218. Master H A R V Licensed GROCERY PRICES
: Infants up reasonable. By 2tchg 6/6. I InsuredPhone I SHOPPING CENTER

"rOH SALE: Honda 305 Acres $4,9751550 down, $50 hour-week-day. Ph. 964-8464. ----- 473.4777 NO PETS TF
Super --
monthly. Repossession pick 1tp 5/16. ----- I IL JO-LU COURTU.S. All Types of Mobile and BaseC.
Hawk I Starke On Highway
can be seen at the up payments. STEED HELP WANTED: GAINESVILLER. Rt 3 Box 266 B. Equipment
Starke Cycle Center ------------ 1 00 5 Miles So Ol Starke t TF
or FINANCE CO., 911 West V Motorhome I 301 SOUTH
964 6020. Itp 5/30 FREE: Female Pointer and
10th Amarillo Texas 79101. manufacturer recruiting CAR- PHONE 964-881O SHOP AND SAVE AT BILL'SBefore
- - month old
8063768690. 1tp 5/30 pup want new PENTERS, PLUMBERS,
FOR SALE: 8000 BTU Sears Air ------------ home. Call 4681893. 1t 5/23 electricians, AND METAL
Conditioner. Like new only ------------ personnel. Full-time employment -

$75. When new last fall was FOR SALE: New 125 CC Hodaka CUSTOM MADE draperies, industry wage rates REDUCED RATES United FarmAgencyInc WE HAVE LINEAR AMPLIFIERSBill r
19899. Call 4963209 lip Wombat. 231 miles excellent bedspreads and slipcovers with benefits. Apply in person AUTO FIRE. BOAT
5/30 anytime, Recreational enter-
condition. Must sacrifice. Call your material or ours. Ph. 964- DOYLE E.CONNE'RINSURANCE Makes Outdoor Plexiglass Advertising
FOR SALE: Brown and white 964-8398 or 964-5468 after 5 8808. 5/23 4tp 6/13 prises Corp., 3705 S. W. 42nd AGENCY REG REAL ESTATE BROKER Signs,As Well As Painted Signs
Place just off 1-75 Williston
pinto. Well trained bridle and p.m. It 5/30 ----- ------- TCHG Also Home of Magnetic Sign Co.BILL'S .
Road exit. 9043726387. 5/16 PAUL FAULKNERBROKERIRENE
saddle $200. Large Shetland ------------
SAWS SHARPENED, worfc. 4tp 6/8. .
gentle with bridle
pony very
and saddle $85 22 foot Eicon FOR SALE: 2 mares, to foal in guaranteed. Call 964-7509 or -- - C.B. RADIO AND EQUIPMENT
leave at Jackson $ SAVES
self-contained travel trailer August. Good dispositions, Building LOUISE MCRAE-ASSOC. 964-8346
Supply, Starke Starke, Florida
with hitch and load level, gentle, also mare for young or Keystone
Heights. Tfchg. 2305 N. TEMPLE AVE 321 North Temple Avenue
$1,350. Ph. 964-6262 or 964- rider barrel or pleasure. Call HOUSES FOR SALEFOR FRED DAVIS
8417. Itchg 5/30 9645630aher 5 p.m. ltp 5/30 STARKE. FLA. 964-5O65
- -- ---- ------------
mobile home hurricane an- BUICK PONTIAC REAL ESTATE?
FOIL Memo S.I.Iotebooks: !\; NO HUNTING*SIGNS:, 'For L': .,chonng and-mobile'homo SALE: House with 10 acres "A. LITTLE RIDE CAN CALL US FOR BEST PRICES
markers, envelopes sale and rent signs. The coating. Olin's MOBILE Home of land near Raiford. For in- SAVE YOU A LOT" TF PROSPECTS WAITING TFCHG
and cash adding( machine Office Shop. Service. 964-5606, Rt. 100 W. formation call 496-3585 after GREEN COVE SPRINGS Assembly Applicants NeededAt

Office Shop.reg. paper. The Starke, Fla. tfchg 5:30: p.m. 1tp 5/30 ,
---------- --
-- --- -- ---- LOSE WEIGHT: Safely and fast General ElectricImmediate
HEIGHTS with X-11 Diet Plan, 300. MOBILE HOME: 24x60 2 PumpsNew Cash & Carry Tires
KEYSTONE bedroom, 2 bath I
t REDUCE Excess Fluids withX familyroom E CALL
VEHICLEINSPECTION -Pel, $3.00. Money Back central air and heat.
. MOTOR Guarantee Koch Drug. Total electric. Ph. 964-8023. And UsedSALES TIRESFRONT openings for light assembly production

IStchg 725Sewing 5/16 4tp 6/6 112 I END operators on night shift ((2nd and 3rd).
t STATION ------------
-- --------- PARTS &
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom frame SERVICE I -High dexterity and aptitude for assembly work are all
Under New ManagementS home on 1 acre,3 miles out on SERVICE the requirements necessary.No .
Machine Hwy 16, 18500. Call 964- DEEP a SHALLOW WELLS
CLINTON & SHIRLEY BARTON t I 5606. Itchg 5/30 I ,
Repair Plumbing Supplies training experience or particular educational
------------ t
background required.
OPEN MON-SAT f I All makes cleaned, oiled and
, I adjusted $7. All work guar- New 3 bedroom homes, some L between the
-Apply hours of 8 a. m. and 4:30: p.m. Monday
anteed. James Strickland, with no down payment if you ALL MAKES I TFN
, 1 Morgan Road and SR-16. Others with low down --- --- ... through Friday at the plant located on Highway 441, 12 miles
-- ---- -- S Ph. qualify. PHONE 964-7O61 north of Gainesville.
964 8733 or 782-3189. payment.All .

r FASHION CAREERLIKE tfchq size acreage in Union and DurrancePUMP BRASINGTONCADI

TO OWN A DRESS SHOP? Bradford counties. 8t SUPPLY CO. LLt\C-OLIS\IO: LE

YOUR CUSTOMERS SAVE UP TO 50% r FOR RENT l 205 N.Temple 964-6522(US-301)) S64-N TEMPLE AVE Taken On Cadillac Trades General I s'::. ElectricAn

Complete Inventory Beautiful Redwood Nite 468-1753 2(101( N.W.13th 378-5301

Fixtures Complete Training Program GAINESVILLE

VERY HIGH EARNINGS 2698PLUS Equal Opportunity Employer
FOR RENT 12' wide mobile'
INVESTMENT S12.5OO homes outside city limits. J. 1 Your TrI }

VISIT OUR STORES. TALK TO OWNERS CHOICE AREAS AVAILABLE B. White. Ph. 964-6114. If no Real Estate TAX &. .TAG... Two Months I
call 9648775.
1000..904/396 answer tfchg.
CALL COLLECT --------- Broker I
-- ..
SHOPPE Free Rent!
-STYlE .
P.O. Box 26009 Jacksonville, Fla. 32218 FOR RENT: Vacancy Bradford MANAGERTRAINEESCallahan
8tp 7/18 Village Apt. For Info. call
Strout Realty, Inc., Reg. AppraisalsCALL BRADFORD
Broker. 2117 N. Temple Ave.
Ph. 964-6609. tfchg. BILL POWELL PARK Lake City, Starke
--- ---------
NOTICE For FOR RENT: 1 bedroom fur- 964-6464 A YEARLY LEASE YOU and Jacksonville
nished apartment. Ph. 964-
6947. lip 6/30 ASSOCIATES: GET 12 MO. FOR THE

Anyone caught pilfering or TREE ------------ Ralph Bryan PRICE OF 10 MO. S3OOO Recipe for Success

trespassing on property of FOR RENT: Upstairs apartment. MOS3OOOOVR CITY

Phillip Crosby estate at SERVICE Adults only, no pets. 964- 964-6208 SEWER, WATER ELEC.
Brooker, Fla. will be dealt 6352. Itchg 5/30 Basic
with to the full extent of the Bob Milner 6 uo. Adult Park
CALL ------------

MRS. NELLRHODEN 9646026Acreage 378-4551 964-5988 1. The ability and Intelligence to maximize your po-
4222 NW 13th St.
AUTOMOBILESUSED -1 to 100 HWY 301 NORTH tential.

Hazel Crosby Carlton Bradford & Alachua Gainesville 1757 N. TEMPLE
Owner 2. The dedication and attitude required to demon

Caretakery/ strate your ability through hard work.
475'122141P620 Nice 3 BR 2 bath home at
FOR SALE Used 1963 Valiant 4-
Hampton. Call Bob for 3. The aggressiveness necessary to pursue your car-
dr. Excellent condition, SALES
gas mileage. Call 964-5630 good details after 6:00 at 964- OLINS MOBILE HOME eer objectives on a long terq'Ibasis.)

after 5/30 6026. PH. 964-5606 < ;nrr1itfrc
5pm. ttp HWY. 100 W. ;
IOOOC NEW 3 BR, 2 Bath Cen- 4. A company that has position openings and a
------------ .
IQQOQOOOOOCKIOOOOeOOl / tral Heat and Air Carpet on 1 working environment that recognizes and rewards
DAY CARE FOR SALE: 1968 GTO 400 cu. wooded, high-dry acre lot results.
in. Ram Air, Hurst 4 speed. outside city. Two to choose LARGE SELECTION OF PRE-OWNEO &

CENTER dean and in good condition.Call from. REPOSSESSED HOMES IN GOOD Mix all of these ingredients in our two-week training

ARM BABIES 9647470. Itp 5/30 3 BEDROOM 2 bath C. B. CONDITION AT A REASONABLE PRICE program, constantly adding large doses of experienceand
ea FROM ------------ with Heat and Air Carpet TF knowledge, the final product Is

*. TO SCHOOL AGE FOR SALE: Pontiac GTO beautiful lot In Starke IS x 30

CONSTANT CARE- Convertible 1968. A/C, full family room with fire place. "You"Ready

power, console AM-FM radio I
2 BALANCED SNACKS power antenna. 46,000 actual Nice 3 BR, 1 Bath CB In Ex-

4:30 P.M. miles. Excellent condition. cellent Location : Alan Baxter To Grow With Us?
NOW OPEN 7:00 A.M.
11,195. Ph. 473-4406 or 473- I

REASONABLE RATES 4357. tfchg. Beautiful Building and mobile Contractor If you have the basic Ingredients please apply.
home lots inside and outside Painting

WE WILL WORK WITH MOTHERS TO SOLVE city. 360 103rd StreetJacksonville.

PROBLEMS R..identialCommercia'' Fla. (Friday May 17, 9.1))
THEIR t WANTED J Want to have one built? We I

Greater Bethlehem Free can help you there also. I 964-5236 312 W. Madison Street
: Starke, Fla. (Friday, May 17, 3-')
Will Baptist.Church I CHECK WITH US I

964.S136! WANTED: Maid at Temple WE MAY HAVE WHAT :I Serving The Starke and Keystone Eagle Family Discount Stores, Inc.
1101 CHESTNUT ST.AT ASH STOfT Motel. Apply in person. lip YOU WANT .
CALL 954--ea6 5/30 LET US HELP YOU : Heights Area. ''TF
Iqucl Opportunity employrlayIO
FURTHER lflBM I ____________ BUY, SELL.TRADE!


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Terrance Andrew Reedy, '" I I IOrxv-rL dw GREEN STAMPS a, PRICES GOOD THURS. MAY 30

23, a Dousman Wisconsin
native who as been employedthe IIwut 1 NIMIUMgaANpS THRU WED. JUNE 5
Canned Nam
months by the
past seven
Florida Division of Forestry, A E OQ Ne GOOD 1v? ?.au u"I / W.D BRAND
has been Bradford
assigned as USDA CHOICE BEEF
County's new farm forester.
O'Meara who was recently CHUCK

Research promoted Forester to Tropical and ROAST ROUND ROAST BONELESS SHOULDER

transferred in Punta to Gorda.Herren Nursery CANNED HAM ROAST

Reedy has been on the job in
Bradford County since last
March. He was transferred to LB.78e SAVE
the county from his previous $ 99 28 E. 91e
station in Withlacoochee State $
Forest just north of WHOLE 41c
Brooksville. He was
previously employed by the U. ill _nnlA W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE

Wisconsin.Forest Industries in GR. BEEF CAN 4 tAN $a29 LB. B 0 GR. ROUND

Reedy is a 1972 graduate of NOYIUMIN4..10101

University Michigan with Technological a bachelor of / U. S. CHOICE

science in forest management 5 LB. $3 II I W-D RAND USDA CHOICI REEF NICRORr SWttr $128
PKG. Chuck
His office in Bradford Steak Sli. Bacon LB.
County is in the county
Agricultural Building on US-
301 north.In 8 '" 8
his job in Bradford. SAVE 40cSHORTENING
Reedy will assist the wood- SA WE 3 3 25C
sland owner in getting the
maximum dollar return for
his product will set up forest ASTOR FRUIT THRIFTY MAID
management plans assist in
marketing forest products,
and will advise on protectionfrom CRISCO COCKTAIL TOMATOES
insect disease, fire and
Married damage.just two months Limit 1 with $7.SO or more purchase excluding cigs9 _

Reedy and his wife Verna i star
reside on Lafayette Street in

Starke. $ 29 OCk $ 1 'jytisldCr $

Home Grounds ( ,,

Need Care This 16-0&. 16.0&.
Time Of YearThere

at this time of year around sAVt sit ewl Purl
your home grounds says Towels Bread
Florida Nurserymen and Mayonnaise

Growers(FNGA). Some Association pruning tI 3 JUMIO $100ROLLS ]] ot. i1w C
should be done. A few plants I 11. JAR 78 IOAVIf
may need fertilizing and
others may need to be

replaced.This is.the last time you can HOOD FLORIDA MORTON ASSORTED
prune your azaleas before
they set their buds in the
middle of June. Many folks DINNERS I
make the mistake of pruning SAV..EV.UT
their azaleas in July or August FLORIDA' YELLOW
and of course remove next TUNA FISH Rp (ALL EXCEPT HAM & BEEF)
year's flower buds. Iw ?y'4t, CORN
Visit your local Florida

Association Nurserymen ask to see(FNGA his and selection)Growers memberand of eyz 39C $ $
9 EARS 99
Caladiums. If you have not
already planted them do try 'III 2
this bulb for summer color. aeNW
Caladiums already ALL FLAVORS 32-0&. ki 11-0&
established should have an CTNS. f PKGS. LIBBY
additional feeding now. Use CHEK PINK OR REGULAR
an organic fertilizer for slow
steady feeding. TYSON LEMONADE
Citrus trees may become slip : CRKI SWiIT JUICCantaloupes Y
infested with whitefly duringthe DRINKS
next few weeks. It is not Pot Pies
wise to spray when you see the LIMEADE
flies buzzing around the tree. JUMBO EXTRA FANCY or
Wait approximately 7 to 10 00 4 :; $1"0'0 2 'OR $100
days after you see no more 12 12-0&. $1 RAPPLES $ 00
flies and then spray. CANS 1 0 6-0.. 1
Lawns are in need of some 1 15 low $199 CANS
extra attention at this time. (

early would steam be February(fertilizer wise to apply)feeding.from a light the It Honeydews ACM 59C Ice Cream Bars V: 99C Layer Cake Mix2''< 88C Pork MAID& Beans 4 'CANS 88C


Ammonium form application of Ammonium of nitrogen Nitrate.Sulfate in the or Potatoes 10 SAG $149 Potatoes. 4'/2' P ". 99C Tea Bags . 'o%? 88C SOUTHERN Flour.BISCUIT. t t 5 BAG 68C
Remember use this sparinglyas TYSON SAVE B< THRIFTY MAID SAVE lOc CRACKIN GOOD

can it is burn a straight the grass nitrogen.if not It Onions . 5 BAG LS. 69C Chix N' Basket 3201 PKG. $179 Vienna Sausage CAN 501 29C Saltines . 2 BOXES ILB 88cFRESH
unavailable these two forms a mixed of fertilizer 6-6-6 be or Cabbage . 2 HIAOS 49C Layer Cake V.:?: $139 Grapefruit Juice 'SAN 38C Toaster Pastry 2 Ss. 88C

8-8-8 or 10-10-10( ( will do. S"'LUTO SEA fiSH STICKS OR REFRESHING
Summer weeds ale certainly : ,, $049TrjTi r/fi/ DIXII DARLING -r SUNS OR
encroaching grasses. Now permanentlawn broad- Party Pizza . V,: : Fillet .o;. 99' Gatorade 3 :ts.88C: Hot Dog Rolls 2 :K s 59c

leaved weeds can be con .. .. .. .. .... .. ........... .. .. .
trolled with chemicals. --- ----------- ----- --- ---- --- --- -- --- ---- ..........--...--.-...-..-. .
Consult with or your garden local supply nurserymen I I' EXTRA GREEN STAMPS ; I I EXTRA ::i ''I I EXTRA ,r. I I EXTRA ,I r. EXTRA

store dealer for the right E ONITAR. :: nr d'N-.GREEN-STAMPS" ,GREEN" STAMPS NN i i Fit ..GREEN. STAMPS. -- :i I I .d'X. GREEN. STAMPS. '
CA'N N.N !
control. Grassy weeds need to [ ONE isof C..N : ONI 18 of u Five 3.aa CANSTHRIFTY 1 l.a.Na
be dug out. Chemicals that kill Coffee 1., O
the grassy weeds will also kill '. N' Shine : Ant Bomb :/ Potted Meat : n. RoostKleen
GOOD THRU JUNE S ; \ "" Turkey
your Shade permanent trees grass.are at a .OO.--. .No. 51 .. O : No. 52 ,. .. ...... : .No. 53.. ., _. ...... :' No 54., .... ... _..... ::1, No 55.GOOD. ...THRU. .<<.. .JUNE......5 /

type.trees premium Remember can regardless be pruned that of shade and the EXTRA rOO: I I EXTRA r.' EXTRA romo, EXTRA roo.,i EXTR '

sheared in most cases. If the _GREEN- _STAMPS d'p 1 GREEN. .STAMPS. I I dI/ GREEN STAMPS ;j I I d'q.GREEN STAMPS ;I I I d7i GREEN STAMPS '
tree has a tendency to grow ONE J IB CUP 1 ONE 2 IB* PKG.t : ONE! *HALF! v *J G"'UON.<* Man f ONI I4.i PKG .t....,...? i ... .....,,?
out of size, consult with your .., SUPERBRANO CREAMED I' I.., FREEZER OUIIN u' .. SUPIRBIANO SHERBIT o> TYSON ?: TWO 7'i 01 PKG HOWARD
local Florida and Cottage Cheese : Meat Dinners : / ; JOHNSON'S CORN TOASrEEl a' '
Nurserymen i I' N i :1" Ice Cream : Corn Dogs
Growers Association (FNGA) GOOD THRU JUNE 5 : GOOD THRU : i Blueberry Toastees.
nurserymen to determine the No 56., .... .,.. _..... : No. 57.. ..* .... _..... II' No 58.. ., ...... : No 59.. .....,.. _..... No GOOD. THRU JUNE 5 ,,
_.. .. .. .... .. ..._.. _.."_._.. __ __.__....._ :. __ 6U .... ......
means of pruning and -- ---- ----------------- -- ----- ------------. .... -- .._--_ .......... ......--. ........-----..-. .
------- -----
shaping. Your tree will live
longer and have a better

properly.appearance If sheared = QQDQOQD) aQOCJEi3Q(!

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May 30,1971 TELEGRAPH Page 19

Teacher To 30 Pupils Stressed To School Board I

New dollars
coming into the -

county school system should and meeting of the school board suggested by Clark for two Flags Over Georgia, which Francis said. time programs to be initiated The cry for more space was area, which does
be used to reduce class loads members committee reasons: First, if the unit was totally financed by Vo-Tech Director Bill Dam- next year air conditioning sounded by Dampier. Two not provide adequate space, I
said Charles C. Johns, South-: a Monday state night, fulfilling breaks down now, an entire students at no cost to the pier announced two new full- maintenance and welding.Ola programs presently use the Dampier said.

side Elementary parents and that such requirement wing becomes hot; second, board or middle school,
member of a school a meeting be held
advisory before repairmen might be ableto Register said.
committee, in a report June 1. School advisory correct problems in units "I'm convinced the trip wasa
Monday Board night to the Bradford organized committees within have just the been which operate Individually. good experience for the 3 Receive Jail Terms In Traffic CourtMary .
School and past
Supt. Jim year. Clark also suggested that students," Register said.

Temple. All measures be taken to slow He said 200 eighth graders Three speed William Jackson Katherine
"We need committee members traffic violators Mae Sweat, two daysin ;
more classroomsand present who spoke Monday down traffic on Washington went and no one got lost or received jail sentences in jail on a charge of wilful Smith, Bond $26, for careless Schaeffer, Robert George
more teachers, Johns said the advisory committees Street to eliminate speeding. sick, and it was extremelywell Bradford County traffic court and wanton reckless driving. driving. Williams, Roy Felix Bailey,

said. and"When you get past 30 are a good idea and pushed for Washington Street passes planned by the teachers. Wednesday, May 22, on Other sentenced Wednesdaywere -Merle Russell Shaw, II, Jr., Tinch-Logan Thomas,
kids a teacher in the their continuance. near the area used for Bradford High Principal charges of driving under the : and John Gregory Jimmy Raymond, Jerry
classroom, you're not Only physical education the elementary speed Clifton Ward.
being by Charles Francis described the each for unlawful
Charles influence $36 ,
C. Johns, from South- no driver's license -Willie Lee Carter, fined ;
fair."You should side Elementary, and Fred students. year as "very active and and wilful and wanton reckless $151 for driving while intoxicated John Getzen Dampier, $36, for -Jon Howard Baxter,
make it your Johns, from Brooker Elemen- Brooker Principal Phil successful." driving. with the fine being failure to have vehicle under Toomey Louis Bradley, Arthur
number one priority, if any tary, of the Vellenga introduced Fred Francis cited two goals that suspended. control. Thompson, Marion Glenn
new dollars come into the mittees advisory com- Johns, president of Brooker have been realized in the three With 111 cases on the day's -Sheldon Edwin Starling -Betty Covington, $36, for Crews, Jeanette T. Cherry,
county, that it be used to or depth reported for at any length advisory committee, after years since he has been court calendar for County fined $151 court costs, with the improper backing; Randall James Frank Perry.
reduce class loads. This is the Most of the their schools. saying that his school has few principal at the high school. Judge Elzie Sanders' traffic provision that he attend the Alvin Wheeler, $36, for Improper -Olin Bradley, Eddie Lee
responsibility of the school school board reporting done to the needs for improvement to the First, that students are more plea day,71 cases for unlawful DWI school, placed on start from a parked Thomas, Donald Keith

board and superintendent to principals who was by facilities.The in a position to get along with speed outnumbered the other probation for a period of one position. Williams, Robert David Deal,
do something about." were thought the they advisory committee has each other and second, the violations. year and his driver's licenseto Steven Marion Bailey, $36, William Anderson Strout,
Johns repeated his state more as attending listeners. meeting proven to be a big success and faculty is more stable with Those receiving jail sentences be restricted for 90 days to for improper backing and Ametrius Athang, John R.
ment to the board last winter, developed better communication only three positions to be filled were: be used for business purposes suspension of driver's licensefor Douglas.
that he doesn't mind paying Impromptu reports between the school for the next school term, -Lynn William: McRae, 20 3 months. -John Thomas Askley, Jr.,

taxes, but that he wants 30 presented included by the principals system and the community, days, for driving while in- only.Jessie M. Amith, $16 court -Carlton Baker, $51, for David Donald Peterson,

students in a classroom with the schools accomplishments at Johns said.Hampton. toxicated. In addition to the costs, no valid inspection failure to report accident; William Gary Boatwright,
teacher. Johns and requests for Principal Tom Sewer jail sentence his driver's Ropen H. Nalbandian, Samuel
one emphasized improvements Projects. certificate; Roy Edward Willie B. Brown, $36, for
he wasn't talking facilities. of physical Casey listed the bicycle"Roadeo" license was revoked for six Knight, $76, for unlawful violation of rightofway.Joel Jessup and Mihall K.

about a teacher's aide, Jim Duncan Lawtey Principal as a major high- (From Page 1) months speed; Dewitt Carlton William Crosby, $46, Makrinos.
although he said he appreciates meeting with opened the light of the year at his school -Dwight Marshall Conway, Padgett Jr., $36, for unlawful for unlawful speed; James Forfeiting bond on other
the role of the aides. roof a summary of along with testing results the year were nearing com- four days, with the provision Von Kendall, $36, for unlawful charges were:

He pointed out that in 196R problems currently which show average students pletion and at the recommen- allowed by the court that the speed.Kirby Stanley Lykins, $51, speed; Ernest Mack Dell, $36, -Michael L. Miller, for
Bradford schools received $1.3 causing damage to two class- improved in basic skills. dation of the engineer's a call sentence could be served on for unlawful speed; Mary S. for unlawful speed. Gerald on wrong side of road;

million from the "bad old rooms and the cafeteria, a Southside Elementary for bids was finally authorizedfor weekends. Miller, $36, for unlawful -Michael L. Miller, for Brandon Norman, for
state." Now the school budget septic tank problem that Supt. Principal Dewey McKinney both projects. failure to exhibit license on running a red light; Robert

totals some$5 million, he said. when Temple he said was there in 1959 listed the cleanup of class- According to City Clerk demand. Case dismissed; Lee Usry, driving while in

"We're a small county and Lawtey.Duncan. was principal at rooms and restrooms among Merrill Edwards the cost of Blanding Due Brief Lull Garner Ray Cox, $36, for toxicated.
the state is doing a good job of major accomplishments of the the projects will be paid from unlawful speed. -William Lavern Murwin,
putting money in here. With was given year for his school. funds realized from the sale of -John Victor Etheridge, Jr., for improper mufflers;
just a little effort, we could assurance that his roof Periodic spraying of the the 1973 series of revenue In Busy Summer Schedulebe fined $78. $26 on each of three Charles Anderson Baldree, for
have a good school system," problems, estimated to cost schools for insects should be bonds in the amount of : Dropping load No careless driving and David
Johns said. "Until we changeour $5,000 to repair, will be taken put into action by the school $1,250,000.The valid inspection certificateand Gary Dixon, for running stop
care of this Camp at Blanding from July 28
summer. "We'll board McKinney said. Blanding, busy sign
no tag.Harold
attitude about the
way we just have to go in there and put McKinney also thanked the city's new 3,300 KW National Guard training through August 9. fined
Cruger $36
spend money, we won't have a in two systems," Temple said board for the airconditioningand generating unit put into ground,will have a brief lull in Units pulling out this for violation of restrictionsand ,
top education" system in this of the septic tank problem heating service on May 3, at a cost to its summer schedule next weekend include 20 from driver's license Union Hospital. .
county, he continued."I caused the city of $750,000 also week various of Florida and
it was decided by a scheduled for was as some 2,000 civilian parts ,
are this for
see other counties, more grease trap and septic tank on paid from the revenue bond troops and Army reservists two from out-of-state. Their suspended thirty days (From Page 1))
summer. (fine suspended.)
sophisticated than this, thatdon't the same line. leave Saturday and Sunday stay at Blanding was high
Middle School Principal L. sale.After -Margaret McBride with Mrs.
have new brick for the group
A for their home bases by visit from Gov.
after lighted a
buildings," Johns pointed out summer enrichment program B. Register echoed the need the expenditure of a Hunter,$36, for failure to yield Barbara Kulhman, Union
also two-week Reubin Askew last Friday
was encampment.Next
by funds for the Reno and Dale-
for more space and more right-of-way Laureen said
; General's ,
but which have better school bookkeeper
systems. Duncan. "We know we don't teachers at his school. wood projects, plus the cost of contingent booked at during brief ceremonies at a 3 Freeman Thomas, $46, for the group is actively soliciting
get money for that, but we the Blanding is the 263rd Battalion p.m. parade.
Supt. Jim Temple thanked An additional eight teacherswill new generating plant a unlawful speed. donations of both money and
Johns for his remarks then realize that some students be hired in the county next balance of $262,000 will of South Carolina -James Howard Norman, time from residents that wantto
need help." remain from the sale of the National Guard, an ADA (Air Parolee ArrestedAt
pointed to his and the school year, Temple said. Defense $36, for careless driving and see the hospital reopened.Mrs. .
thanked Artillery) unit
board's commitment class Temple Duncan The middle school needs bond issue. suspension of driver's licensefor Willits, who has been
on after his comprising 700 officers and
load for the 1974-75 term. It is presentation, as he more covered walkways so With a balance in excess of enlisted This unit Lawtey For sixty days. employed at the hospital as an
did each who men. will
Temple's goal to have a 1-25 principal spoke. that students won't get wet if $300,000 in the R and R, plus train the -Leroy Green, $51, for office assistant for Dr.
during June
pupil-teacher ratio in grades Following lead, rains come when school is out the interest that the funds are 1529. leaving the scene of an accident Vladimir Holowatsch, and
each principal recited his at 3, Register said. the will Burglary Of and on a charge of chief
K-3,1-27 in grades 4-10, and 1- and earning city be in reasonably The Florida National Guard whose husband was
building problems eachin
Because of eating driving while intoxicated, the
financial technician at
arrange- good
posi- laboratory
in and
30 grades 11 12. OCS will be held at
turn declared "It Blanding,
"I think we'll be the was a ments without an adequate tion to provide its share of 7-21 Dobbs HomeThe placed on probation for one hospital said that anyone
among July bringing some 250
top in the State of Florida," very good year. cafeteria, flies "come in by matching funds on its officers and officer candidatesto year must attend the DWI desiring to do so could
Starke Elementary Principal the thousands Counter attack school and
Register $2,000,000 application for volunteer to help staff the
Supt. Temple said. "We have Carl Clark thanked the the training center. home of Mr. and Mrs.
complained.A driver's license restricted to
further donate
and and-or
sewer utility hospital moneyto
tried to do something about board in advance for the air- of The final group on thisswnmer's A. D. Dobbs on SR-225 just business for
report accomplishments provements.The use only a periodof help with operating ex-
that. The board has extended
conditioning system and of the school schedule will be the west of Lawtey, was broken 90 days.
itself in that direction," the year was application for a 201 296th Infantry of Army into in a daylight last penses.Dr. .
to be robbery
space presented to the board and grant now pending will, -William Thomas Mc- Holowatsch, whose
superintendent told the National Guard from
provided for his school. also distributed to parents, approval, provide additional Puerto Wednesday May 22. Farland, $46, for careless guaranteed salary contract
Southside parent The feasibility of single Register said.Included federal funds for the city's im Rico. Numbering about 800 Richard Wright. 42, out on driving and $26, for no valid with the trustees expired on
Johns comments came at a units to provide cooling was was the trip to Six provements.The officers and men, this unit will parole from the Florida State inspection certificate. May 24 and was to have

e ... .... .............. .......1t matching cost fund to basis the city will be on 25 a Prison his, who present gave address Jacksonvilleas has driving-Levan while Easley intoxicated, $151, and for General moved his is offices continuing out of to Union see

cents for each dollar approvedby City Sets Action been charged in the case. $36, for no valid driver's patients within the confines of
the grant. According to Mrs. Dobbs, license with the latter sentence his hospital clinic.Holowatsch .

: ?.,.. SPACIOUS. : On Fire ThreatsUnused she returning and her from husband a trip to Lake were 38 being forfeited suspended.bonds for he was staying said on Tuesdaythat due to

301 Collision. Butler around noon when they unlawful speed. They were: difficulty the trustees had in
and vacated noticed Wright driving away Franklin Eugene Crawford, deciding which office he would
ee (From Page I) buildings that have become from their home as they were Gary Lee McElvain, Lisa occupy in the old King

= being charged with of fire hazards within the city approaching.Upon Camolete Mills, Kevin B. Memorial Hospital building.
T /icod the automobile the limits of Starke will be subjectto finding that an en- Francisco, Steve Fred Jud- Holowatsch said he was told
young- correction or demolition, trance had been made into son, Rosalie L. Hall. some decision would be
i sters were released into the following the report of the their residence, they imme -Harlow I. Hall, FrederickR. reached this week. He will
custody of relatives. diately placed a telephone call B. F. Mead
state fire marshall received Paglen then move his practice as
e -The '71 Dodge driven by Tuesday, May 21.Commissioner. to the Bradford County Michael Wayne Eatmon, planned and continue to care
: 24X60 DELUXE DOUBLEWIDE Harold Ray Birchfield, 48, of Sheriff's office and gave a description William Holton Hamlin. Ill, for his patients in the community
: Jacksonville, sustained Charles of the automobilethat Lisa A. Bourbeau, Sherry from the King

damages of $250 when it was Schaefer read the contents of Wright was driving. Marlene Birt. Memorial clinic site

e ee struck in the left side by the a letter to the city commissioners Wright was apprehended
30i 58WINDOW- W> 27" shortly after wrecking the
WINDOWFAMILY ee 62 Ford truck driven by containing a list of automobile by driving it
Ronnie Newman, 24, of 19 buildings under condemnation -
eio through a fence and into a The
J Starke. from the fire marshall

> m BATH > SS Both vehicles were that are in violation of city pasture.Bradford authorities
Tcc County
;u KITCHEN ordinances."It OFFICE
ROOM VINYL 3S traveling east on SR-16 recovered from Wright's car a

JH.OMLWASHd VINYL al .. I. (Brownlee Street), Monday, appears that all small portable radio, a watch,
0 own/ May 20, when Birchfield buildings concerned are and several items of jewelry 135 W. CALL ST.
e V a0 LIVING ROOM :" l I. pulled over into the left lane to beyond economic restorationto that had been removed earlier

S H; ly u+ CtosEI losET ; WITH CARPET lez pass the Newman truck who a useable condition and, in from the Dobb's home.A 964-6305 SHOP

MASTER BEDROOM E $z I. was just beginning to make a their present state, create afire shovel had been used to
''lii BEDROOM ID- 9-4"- DINETTE ; left turn off SR-16 onto the Old and-or life safety pry open the door to gain
S VINYL 1 I 'Ie Lawtey Road. When Newman hazard," the fire marshall entry. Your One Stop
a t ; failed to yield to the passing Mrs. Dobbs reported that
e ; : i BED BED i BED 1 = 9'-1'--13'3'JO' 1;! /le vehicle, Birchfield applied his said.Of the 19 buildings cited in she later found a ring and For All Your Office

S _]_ I I IS brakes and spun around and this first report from the fire locket that had been droppednear Supplies. .

>58' WINDOW WINDOW JO" M" JO' > 58'WINDOW 30'> btf eS was struck by the Ford truck. marshall, 4 have been for- the front gate which had
WINDOW WINDOW ------ -----
The Ford was not damaged. merly used for business been left open.Deputy .
MODEL 253D 60' x 24' I eS According to Police OfficerE. purposes and 15 are residence RKilVE

(Overall length Includes hitch) i eS D. Phillips' accident type structures that have been -
report Newman was chargedon allowed to deteriorate and Recovers
iS three counts: failure to become unuseable."It THE MULTI-PURPOSE

e yield right-of-way, drivingwith is recommended that the
INTRODUCING THE NEW CONCORD FLOOR PLAN an expired inspection Starke City Commissioners Stolen RegisterA FILE

: THAT WILL FIT RIGHT INTO YOUR FAMILY PLANS : certificate and failure to carry give consideration to
and exhibit a driver's licenseon initiating the action that
demand. would cause these buildings to local truck stop on US-301, HOLDS
S -Two vehicles were be demolished," the fire near the south city limits of -
damaged $500 each Friday marshall continued.As Starke was the target of an -' BOTH
Over 1300 ft. of
: sq. living space : morning May 24, in a collisionon a first step in getting the early morning robbery
S US-301 at the Bradford conditions corrected and in Friday, May 24, in which the LETTER

Family Room Square Shopping Center. compliance the commissioners cash register was stolen then .
: to advise found still locked in the H
: Police Officer Robert E. Lee agreed I
5 S reported that the 1972 Pontiac, the property owners by letterof nearby woods. & LEGAL
3 Bedrooms driven by Sylvia Miles the violations in each case Arrested and charged with

Thomas, 24,of Lulu, pulled out before taking any further grand larceny were Julius SIZES
of shopping center parking action. Lynn McKenzie, 19, and
13 x 24 Living Room S lot onto US-301 directly into Failure of the property Donald Dennis Barnes, 34. ,

the path of a 1973 Ford driven owner to comply could They were arrested by Deputy $170
S by Clinton Ervin Harris, 42, of demand a penalty of as muchas Sheriff Don Denton when they .
. 1 % Baths Gainesville, traveling on US- $500 or ninety days in jail. returned to the restaurant
adjacent to the Sportsman'sWorld
: Room : 301.Further details were not truck stop later in the
Utility -------------------
available according to the City Takes Action morning. ..
According to the local
report because both vehicles

: Walk-in Closet in Master BR : had arrival been of moved the investigatingofficer. before the On Obscene authorities sometime the robbery after occurred //

: Total Electric : of In his addition.1974 Ford to the estimated total loss at LiteratureThe truck pulled midnight into stop when the former to the purchase two B and men G r< .. ... '

: Home Type WindowsSee : $5,000 involved the in unfortunate a single car driver accident city's ordinance were gasoline driving.for the vehicle they ":-'-l____ A .
While of the
prohibiting the and one men -
also had to pay a $151 display ,. STORAGE BOXES1tJII.
sale of "obscene" literature commanded the attention of .I "
. fine in Bradford County I-:
are easy to load, transfer
. Mark Olin Today He Is Ready To Save You Money : Traffic Court on the DWI near a schools will be subjectedto the the service station attendantat his t and store. Nos. 11 and 12
more rigid enforcement gasoline pump,
the the
charge day following
S OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 9 A.M. 8 P.M. SUNDAYS 1 P.M. 6 P.M. e accident. according to the action taken accomplice removed the p ( and legal) are constructed
by the Starke commissioners locked cash register and its of 250lb. test
According to the report filed board to give them the extra
by Trooper L. G. Manning of Tuesday May 21.MayorCommissioner. contents through the back
strength they need for
door of the station.
: OLIN'S the Levan Florida Highway Patrol, Neil Soon after the men had left heavier loads and usage.
34 of Jamaica.
Easley ,
reported to the the station the
. HOME New on York SR-100-A while about travelingeast one received commissioners that he had noticed the cash register No. 11 Liberty Ho.12 Liberty
telephone missing and called the
S e mile east of US-301. In the calls from concerned parents authorities.
Lincoln City section of Starke, $285 ,
complaining about the search of the $310
open Following a

: Hwy 100 Starke 9645606eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee. : he overturned ran off of his the vehicle highway when and display of obscene and pornographic surrounding premises the I
down an embankment. The printed materials at missing cash register was CALL MR. POOSER
vehicle certain sales outlets at nearby located in the brush at the
came to rest upside elementary schools within the rear of the station by Bradford FOR INFORMATION a DELIVERYlOne I
, ., down on its top. city. Deputy Sheriff Don Denton. (


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I* !'II TELEGRAPH May 30 19H

(From Page 12)) dT. +
fvcl Offers Banquet ? w 'c '

team. Freshman Frankie innings, was the workhorse of matches. Other squaa v ( a
*. *rter Tours Crews was named the most the Florida Star Conference, members are Kathy Casey I
outstanding wrestler and was and posted a 2.1 earned-run- Ruth Hazen Lynn Pierce andCathy !
tabbed a "future state average. lie also lauded Wood. Miss Hazen and 4RrY
11.introduced Florida National two additional Guard champion" by Coach Emilio junior second baseman Matt Miss Pierce, both just fresh 1 1u.
'I" Gonzalez. Lacainear Hill, lone Hull "who can swing the bat men, were ranked number 4
'.i.istmenl options to non- senior on the team, was and knows how to cover and 5 on the team.
prior service personnel. Theyare named most improved. ground and move to the ball." Senior Bruce Tucker
in was
the active
3 tour
a year Wrestling team membersare Wise and Charlie Green, the
named the most
guard unit and three years in Crews, Hill, Bret Mar- club's leading hitter, are all- tennis player. Three t r' r :\\i I i
the jit-live ready and reserve 2 or a 4 year chant, Earl Biggs, Arnie conference selections while juniors Johnny Hobbs, the I '' l .
year ready Gibson, Joe Lazenby, Ken (Hull received honorable number one player, Chuck 1 i } YJ 1 1 A( t ;
reserve. Whitehead, Harry Mc- mention. Hutcheson and Mike McRae lyr ,'', j +'r tn
Williams, Jimmie Clarke, Green and Wise were and two sophomores
The local unit, Co D 53d Spt Gary Rowe, Tom Edwards, chosen the most valuable Crews and Randy Crews Andy, will K ,
Bn, is now accepting enlistments Gary Wallace, Mike Gaskins, baseball players and junior return. i '' 4 F

under this new option. and Keith Kirchaine. They center fielder Johnny Nichols Junior Ed Watts was named arr I /
They are encouraging gra- include nine freshmen, two garnered the most improved most outstanding golfer on a # + t 1 1r
duation seniors to inquire sophomores, and three award. Nichols is now a vastly BUS team that had a 3-12 r
about the varied positions juniors.Losing. improved fielder, is fast and record. Watts averaged 38.8 V xt4
available in the local unit. six games by one-run can reach fly balls, and has strokes on a par-36 basis to h 1'i.
Many of the openings margins, Bradford base- improved his arm so that he lead the Tornado linksmen. y
available are of a technical bailers established a poor 5-10 can throw effectively from the Other golfers are Jeff McRae L t i"t 'k ,
nature and offer schoolingthat record in 1974. But Coach outfield, Hatcher said. the lone senior; junior Matt aT:; :
is also in demand in the Harry Hatcher told the crowd Other baseballers are: Ilerres, sophomores Bobby ,, 4
civilian job market. that eight lettermen are seniors Stewart Duncan, Patterson and Herres, and 1 !I'1 ; C
returning, that BUS may be Jeremiah Johnson, John freshmen Lee Casey David 1 r
Interested persons are able to pick up that necessaryrun McCutchen and Steve Gaines, and Gene Tanner
invited to come by the Armorythis next season if the playerscan Register; juniors Robert Best, Coach Grover Howard had v
weekend, June 1 and 2 for learn to bunt, and that he David Kilby, and Tommy nothing but praise for the Sz
additional information. This isn't all that discouraged."I'm Reddish; sophomores Jeff efforts of his 25-man track and +i Y tS'rf
will be the weekend that Co D not promising you Jockel, and freshmen Jackson field team. lie named senior
will be drilling, they will anything, but things will look Prevatt and Jimmy Prevatt. Jimmy Cauley the most valu e
receive 4 days pay for the better," Hatcher said. Hat- JV baseballers are sophs able thinclad. Cauley could do 4 ,
weekend training. cher praised junior pitcher Emmet Bright and Mike the f job in just about any 4 ,
Tommy Wise who pitched 70 Sanders, freshmen Jay running event, Howard said.In .
Godwin and Richard Hall. scoring more than 100 yJ.h.

CASH! & CARRY TIRE.INC. Senior Hjalmar McMillan, points to lead the team,
number two player on the Cauley didn't appear that
girl's tennis team, was good in practice but scored 17 I

d. ; a64'Bli' I selected most outstanding.She points in his first meet, 22 in __ dbi,!ri.. __ ._ _,_+_u.- __.._ ___._. __________ 1GE rru." a .
COMPLETE is also valedictorian of the the second, and went on from :
1974 BUS graduating class. there. Thin Is the number one team in the Small "Fry; Softball Rack: Key In I- Hour, Craig Chambers, Hill Chelune. Hobby
FRONT END SERVICE Coach Howard also said she Larry Sherman excelled in League They art' (from l-r>; Derek llaxrs; John IKnidFrantis. :M<.<;iee. and 1.11'1'Sau'I'' ; I
expects big things of numberone the 330-yard intermediate Johnny lirown, Donald Thornton, Robert ('arier.v .
ALIGNMENTS BALL JOINTS player Jennifer Jockel, hurdles and was named the

just a sophomore, and number most outstanding BHS track _..._- ,- --, -- ---
BRAKE SERVICE three player Debbie Mitchell, man for his efforts. Shermanran .
a junior who won 13 of 1 15 40.2, a tenth second off his t+ t
best time of 40.1, 'f r I y frM'rI

All Tire, Prices Including/ 1 second in the Class 3A state
meet for Bradford's only
Mounting BalancIngINTERSTATE LLLLct'E: (l; : ; points I'a

Coach Howard also praisedthe
UlLLt lt L efforts of his mile relay
team of Sheldon lodge,
78 4 PLYPOLYESTER PRESENTS George Bennett Joe Gordon
and Sherman which turned in
its top performance, a 3:28.8in : i
I L'lifcULLlit'LUilll:I. I. L the. state meet but placed wyS'

eighth and out of the money. 14ZeY
Sherman and Bennett were rf' t
A78xl3E78xl4 1 4 For $6 8 named all-conference per yuuiAi

FOR THE FIRST TIME formers in track.Sophomore .
4For $80
4 For Laura Kay
F78x14 $3700 6 Nights a Week Thomas, a junior varsity
cheerleader, was selected
G78xl4G78xl5 Featuring Guest Artist: most outstanding cheerleaderfor

4 For S9200 Linda Amerson her spirit, cooperation,
and performance. Varsity
' Fri.and Sat. Night cheerleaders are Donna
)1. H78xl4H78xl5 1 Only S 1.00 Cover Oiorj* Prevatt, captain; Karen
c. 4 For 5984et From 9 PM-l AM- Reddish co-captain; Carol
Beam, Sandra Edwards, Sally
FET From 'I7'' To 2" Torode. Patty Morris, and ,
'M"n 6
at Bobby'sHideaway Alice Atwood. JV cheerleaders ,1 .l.f T' k.
'1: Financing are Gloria Strickland,
Bank Amencard I
Also Available: captain; Laura Thomas, co-
captain; Sonja Biggs, Nancy
CASH AND CARRY TIRE INC. Ormsbee, Ruth Eberle
Sharon Crosby and Brenda
301 North-Waldo
412 E Call Si. Starke Guion.

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They are (from l-r): Front Jeff 'l'u;>lor. Craig Sal'l| | Leslie.Morris. Cnllniine anil I innel (;ililfis, I
Uyouhtzven'twren : .Fred l Johnson !nnrl! Mark: Harder. l Back C'hdeThe

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