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: June 6, 1974
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Vol.95 STARKE, FLORIDA 15 Cents
No. 46 Thursday June*, 1974 Copy

Plan Future GrowthLocal

i Officials ToldIn
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Land Use
i Fr t t ReportFuture

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; lining in the county,
T + ,' 4 : :Dning board consolidation

lobile home parks, a
ossible 301 by-pass

round the west _
S tarke, t 1 _
:k upplies, t

4 \ ', tkes azards and caused

reased traffic

K' usy highways,
I f the subjects

pon at the public

k4! I Ix eld ouse at Thursday the ,

: o hear the final
I ear long
tudy of county
"This is only ;
ing. Idea of a

d \{ ise wo study years ago.
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'. ."1> ion for a 701
nade to finance
.teginning in 1973
neeting tonight, ;'
.n earlier public
field in February
o a close the

4p r r tudy with the
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eports to be .
I .ble by the end 'ed

d aid Starke
Chairman Pat

n opening the

"We've got a long
n coming to 2)r
jwn future," Dr. 2)t
told a small group
N '
tAIIEgghead and terested city citizens officials Tj

A starter on her school's first tennis team, a person who grade point average, making only three B's In four years. about 20.With .
speaks her mind,and onedescribed by her tennis coach as an The 3.9 average duplicates a feat by older sister Rebecca. the walls of
all-round girl-that's Bradford High valedictorian Iljalmar who was BUS valedictorian three years ago. commissioner's
McMillan."I temporarily
don't spend a lot of time studying, there are too many The girls are the daughters of Mr. and Mrs M. G. Mc several of the land had
things I'd rather do. But when I study I really put my mind to Millan of Starke. maps of the county ) cases
it,so I can learn it then, and have time left for other things," Iljalmar plans to attend Santa Fe Junior College next: fall maps of each of l ( the
Miss McMillan says. In high school she established a 3.9 to become a secretary. palities of Starke, built,
Lawtey and was
Feiss, director of ( ,
and Urban of beds
Center at the : at the
223 Graduate Florida, together said.
Monday spearheading Robert L. the will of the be

out County and land use ( )

the problems that

From Bradford HighTwo could growth.the"This future expect study as to a

prepared in terms
hundred and twenty. In case of rain ceremonieswill Miss Harriet Faulkner and benediction Sunday for wide planning and
three Bradford High seniors of be held in the BHS Eddie Blalock; co- baccalaureate. Rev. John ing should be on a
the Class of 1974 will be auditorium. salutatorians of the Class of Franklin will give the in- basis. It has
graduated Monday, June 10( Baccalaureate services are 1974, will welcome guests to vocation and benediction for irrespective of
in ceremonies beginning at 8 scheduled Sunday,June 9, at 8 commencement exercises. graduation Monday night. boundaries
p.m. at the Bradford football p.m. at the football stadium. Miss Faulkner, daughter of without regard
stadium. Commencement speaker is Mr. and Mrs. Harry )Faulknerof Charles E. Francis, .principal ownership of any
John D. Davis, administratorat Starke, compiled a 3.7 of BHS, will make the within the county, Cut
the University of Florida average in four years of high presentation of all awards and said. flashy
Medical Center in Gainesville. school. Blalock, son of Mr. and scholorships. Supt.. Jim "You will have color to
slltll trtl r Sunday's baccalaureatesermon Mrs. Charles Blalock of Temple will give the yourself. We can and
will be.given by Rev. Starke, also compiled a 3.7 presentation of the diplomas. (See Page were
J. C: Brown of l First Christian average in his four years of quickly pumped up local agriculture also sold.
Church in Starke. high schoo: officials' hopes for Most in demand last week
Miss Iljalmar McMillan, success of Starke s new was corn, peas,and tomatoes.
daughter of Mr: and Mrs. )Farmers Retail Produce Sweet corn should be
StarkeHurting Merrill McMillan of Starke is 85 Will Graduate Market. maturing more this week,
valedictorian of the Class of Market hours are set the Allen says, and Thursday and
1974 and will give the farewell same this week 4 7 p.m. Saturday may see more of
address Monday night. Miss today (.Thursday, June 6; and that '"hot" items on the \
SENIORS! McMillan was elected the 1 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. market. More peas and, \
most outstanding tennis Tomorrow At UHSLAKE Biggest flurry of selling and hopefully, more tomatoes are
Leave From player for the BUS tennis buying by small growers and expected this week.
B-Bldg. Parking Lot team and of the )Feeling officialsis
president small buyers took place just among ag
Friday,June)7 For CashPending National Honor Society.Eijalmar BUTLER Some 85 Valedictorian is Miss Miss Crawford has said that after 4 p.m. last Thursday, that farmers were satisfied
'p.m.farGRAD Sharp is also a recipient of Union County High School Chrissey Massey, 17-year-old she will begin working immediately opening day. Business was with the response from the
NIGHTat the receipt of in., the DAR Good Citizenship students will say farewell to daughter of R. D. Massey of following her also brisk Saturday morning, public last week Many
creased income from the Award. She plans to attend underclassmen and teachersas Lake Butler; who heads the graduation for McCray but slowed in the afternoon. consumers have told him,
city's 35 percent fuel ad- Santa Fe Junior College, to they don cap and gown for 1974 UHS senior class with a Bookkeeping Service in Lake "We thought the responsewas Allen says, the market Is a
Dlsney.WorldBHS. justment charge which will. study business Courses to :commencement exercies to grade point average of 3.85 out Butler, and, after spendingone good," states Market good thing and that they hope
not begin to come in until after become a legal secretary or begin at 8 p.m. on Friday, of a possible 4.0. Miss Massey year on the job, plans to Manager Bob Allen. We the market will continue.
July 1, City Clerk Merrill .court reporter. has said that she is not really ". ..,, ----,- .6 thought it showed enough "We feel it got off to a pretty
Edwards told Starke commissioners Miss McMillan compiled a sure what the future will hold .v.7 interest, both by small good start. If growers turn up
that his accounts'are 3.9 grade average, of a for her, but that she will most growers and the consumer, to with produce and consumers
BACCALAUREATESunday in a severe financial bindat possible 4.0 grading system, in likely attend Florida State : make it work. We realized its take time to look at market, it
the present time. four years of high school. University in Tallahasseeafter something that is going to will turn into a good thing forthe
A cash crisis developed Rev. Hubert Parsons will r taking a break from have to grow, or'should grow. community, Allen
'p.m necessitating the transfer of give''the. invocation i and studies and working in the "We hope consumers predicts. '
funds on three separate occasions f community. Miss Massey was continue to come out and buy, String beans went 'for
GRADUATIONMonday during the past week Report Cards chosen as the homecomingqueen particularly for freezer use. around $5 per bushel last
involving the amounts of for this year.Accompanying, We plan to continue sales on Thursday and Saturday, black
June 10 $20,000, $10,000 and $5,000 to Must Be Mailed ,the same days until a need is eyed peas for $3.50( per bushel,
make overdrafts at the Miss seen to change." Allen hopes new potatoes at $6 per bushel.
up School
'p.m. Bradford Middle Massey' at, the head of her
local bank, Edwards told the the market can operate three Carter was selling his Silver
students are requested to class will be
salutatorian Miss sweet for 60 cents
Queen corn
days a week later on this
council Teusday
Football commissioners night.The bring with them to school c I Cathy Crawford, daughter of but demand per dozen ears.
Stadium by Friday, June 7, a'stamped, r.t Mr.and Mrs. James Crawfordof must summer for that.says "These are about the going
calledan grow
unanimous agreement !
self-addressed envelope in Lake Butler.Attaining "
\CHW immediate halt to any J Some 12 growers brought prices from the farm, Allen
which teachers can mail
i "We feel it is fair to the
unnecessary spending and cards after school ends. a 3.75 grade point what Allen"called a limited says.
ml7r!! (CJammunftyT. agreed to more rigidly enforcethe report average placed Miss amount produce to the grower and" consumer. Both
policy requirng depart.: The 1973.74 term ends Crawford in the second place market for the first sale. benefited.
sunk ment head approval for the Friday for Students. position of her class. She was Items 'sold Included Silver The new produce market is
expenditure of money In Students who fail to bring an Chrtasey Ma..yValedletol'laa voted "Most Dependable Cathy Crawford Queen sweet corn, new a good place to find good,
A..wr..... ....... U. excess of $25, for any pur envelope will have to go by the Student" for 1974 as well as Salutatorian potatoes cucumbers, squash, fresh, quality produce,
.......T.$30400_hy_ chase. school to pick up the-r report June 7 In the. high schoolauditorium serving a* the secretary to the look around for a college that cabbage, string beans, cheaper than retail,. Allen'
DoooooIt (See Page 2) cards, the BMS offiw says. senior class. Is as active as she. tomatoes, black: eyed peas points out.


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TELEGRAPH June 6.1974

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This School's FridaySchool's Out 119 Certificates, Diplomas Presented In VoTc1iduation

out this Friday, Eighty-six certificates for Leverson, Wanda Ann Lind- McCutchen, '1080 hours. In- Vocational Office Education Faith Harper,Mercy Dee Hill,
June 7, around 3 p.m. when completion of vocational- sey, Deborah Starling, 760 structor: Mr. Marty Payne. Clerical: Joy Louise An- Sharon Diann James, John
some 4,100 students will be technical courses, and 33 high hours. Instructor: Mrs. Ruby drews, Katherine Ann Birt, William Ley, Jr., Franklin D.
dismissed as the 1973-74 term school diplomas or their Thomas. Industrial Drafting- Eva Lucinda Cruce, Jennifer Ann McLendon, June Frances
ends. equivalent were presented Commercial Cooking and R, Miller, 533 hours; Stephen Haas, Cindy Gail Moore, June Norman, Mary Lucille
"Everybody needs a Tuesday night to graduates of Baking Debra Ann Barber, Hall, 540 hours; Gerald Meng, Frances, Norman, Sally Ann Parrish, Erie Leslie Phillips,
break," said a school prin- the Bradford-Union James Andrew Brown, James 560 hours; Edward A. Sundy, Torode,360 hours; Secretarial Jr., Joe David Rutherford,
cipal this week as he watched l Vocational-Technical Centerin Alvin DeSue, Pamela Griffin, Jr. 622 hours; Herbert M. Clo- Karron Gail Green, Diann Wanda Sapp, Nile W. Scott,
students load II, versettle Randall Deborah Ann Starling, Ed-
onto buses Starke. t Jeanne Henley, Sandra Sue T.Crawford Frances Moore Loretta Ann
during the final days. Supt. JimTemple welcomed ?CI .; Deborah Ann 720 hours. In- Starling, Landa, J. Thornton, ward A. Sundy, Jr.
Teachers will work three students and guests to the % MN Staring, 540 hours; Richard structor: Mr. Joseph Kauff-- 540 hours Instructors: Mrs. The following persons have
days next week, in what they ceremonies in the Bradford Charles Burgess Deborah man Mary Lou Dasburg and Mrs. already received either a
term "post planning", getting Middle School gymnasium.. Denise Coley, Deborah Ann Ornamental Horticulture Kathryn Manchester. G.E.D. or High School
grades on the books. Some 450 Presentation of certificateswas Deaver Joe Nathon Gorden, Robert Felton, 1080 hours. Diploma: Nancy Fay Alvarez,
instructional and non- made by Vo-Tech Mildred Delores Hill Linda Instructor? Mrs. Dianne Receiving high school Ina C. Best, Zella Jacqueline
instructional employees workin Director Bill Dampier pre- Sellers, John Vojnovski, 1080 Westcott. diplomas Douglas R. Crews, Donald Larry
the county school system sentation of diplomas was by hours. Instructor: Mr. Don Radio and Television Avery, Leon Boudreau, Cochran, Kathleen Griffis,
and most will be affected bv Millard Brown, director of Williams. Repair Cliff Howard Barbara F. Coleman, Verna Rosa Lee King, Richard L.
the summer break. adult education, and Mrs. + taa Cosmetology Doris W. Barnett, 900 hours; Lindsey Davis, Charles T. Green, Lunsford, Charles Ninnman,
County schools will be June Norman, class represen- Adams, Sandra J. Alvarez, Rayburn Thornton, 1440 Clauson L; Green, Debra Charles Rowell Ed Tott,
vacant until summer session, tative. Sharon Combs, Calvin J. hours. Instructor: Mr. Joseph Lenise Harris, Charles James Robert A. Waters, Mack
mostly play this year cranksup "It is not really so hard Kirkland, Susie Lott, 1200 Warren. Hardenbrook, Jr., Christine Williams.
July 8. going back to school after so hours. Instructor: Mrs. One
First day of school next fall Mac Williams, 57, Hutchins.
long, says
is Aug. 26. Teachers will starta retired after 30 years as a Data Processing James 7 Trials Scheduled For June 10Trial

week early on Aug.'! 19 for Navy pilot. He was the last v" W Frampton, James J. three
teachers who will go through a enlisted pilot at Cecil Field. Harmon, Debra J. Vickery, by jury in Bradford and possession of stolen forgery The on separate
week's pre-planning. Williams is taking various 360 hours; David W. DeVore, County Circuit Court begin- property.The other case to be counts. manslaughtertrial
tried June 10 is Ronald A. of Dennis Carter, Jr., 40,
courses at the vo-tech center William David George ning Monday, June 10, was
scheduled for Cogman, charged on two of Florahome, Fla. is also
for as long as he can. Brenda J. Thompkins, 720 seven cases
Williams, probably typicalof Hf" I X hours. Instructor: Mr. Marion before Circuit Judge WayneM. counts, aggravated assault scheduled for Tuesday, June

FLORIDATHEATRE a good many adults Payne.Diesel. Carlisle, Monday, June 3. and state possession prisoner.of a weapon bya 11.The trial of David William
Mechanics Don
returning multi-million to school dollar at the Raulerson, 540 hours;-Jimmy Defendants in seven other Beginning Tuesday, June Padgett, 21, of Starke.
cases were sentenced on 11, three cases have been charged with breaking and
Davis, George Prevatt, 1080
gone hours. Instructot: Mr. AlfredP. entering pleas of guilt. scheduled for trial by jury. entering and grand larceny is
back school to catch up with
Ells. Scheduled to begin Monday, Victoria pe, 19, scheduled to begin Thursday.
his son, who he put through A 1910 birlhdate hasn't stopped William Bradley, 62, Electronics Technology June 10, are the trials of Jessie of Starke charged with June 13.Assistant.
and "show people
college to Starke, from learning new trades. Supt. Jim Templeprest'nts Vernon and Lillie Mae Cor- State Attorney
Fri Sat. William Rufus Padgett 540 29, of Starke, forgery
they really continue Williams a certificate Tuesday night in vo-tech Hebert will be
bitt of handling
with 18,
their education." hours; Ernest Cowart, David charged breaking and Hampton chargedwith
graduation ceremonies for completing a 1.080-hour carpen- and and the prosecution for the state.
Certificates were presented try and building trades course. Benjamin Eunice, John entering grand larceny forgery uttering a
Tuesday night in the following
DISNEYS WALT t tCARTOONCLASSIC courses: Reed, Calvin Roney. Nile Olilyceous C. Barber, Katrina '*r**JL*w w w w'3?*JL**3?*Jo*JL*'Jt*'JL*w w w'JL*w'JL*w'JL*'JL*'JL'w w w w'JL''JL*w w*JL*w w w'JL'PL*w t

Automotive Mechanics Scott,Williams Underwood, Coleman, Deborah Coley, <
Michael 10110 hours. 10HO hours. Instructor: Mr Stella Hazen, Juanita San-
Instructor: Quincy Gardner. ders, Sandra Sue Sheppard, '
George Holiday.
fAMWONDERLAND Building Trades, Carpentry Robyn Tinsler, Charlotte ,I Mustang Mobile Homes i
Edmond Swell, 912 hours; Whitehead, 380 hours. Sherry
Prestion Bennett, 980 hours; Building Trades, Masonry Marlene Birt, Darlene Carter, *
Douglas Avery, William Leon Thomas Odom, III,
Janet Martha
Bradley James Frankhauser and Abie C Williams, Jr., 1080Hours. Joyce < STARKE :;
TECHR1CDLOR' DeSue Legertha Hampton, :: 1650 N. TEMPLE 964-7212
[G.O] Herman A. Fuller, Ernest E. Instructor: Mr. Ernest Anna Marie Hankerson, 4

M muenunaeco ME 0ew..VISTA ,nO Hodge Danny P. Johnson, Jones. Teresa Lambas, Evelyn < .
V"wu m.w rrowuwn James G. McKeown, Frank Clothing Construction -

ILSO WALT DISNEY'{ 4** 12x65 Altair Deluxe !

6 AutoTwo Mishaps Reported : >

TCMNICOLOR" ,u.a.w ...r. Sunken Front Room
With Living
traffic accidents were Manning, the damage Cunningham was chargedwith :
reported by the Florida High- estimate to the Plymouth was careless driving. *5U
Sun. Mon. Tues. way Patrol during the past $1,500 and to the Chevrolet and In another accident that 3u
week and four of a minor trailer $150.Plan. occurred on Friday, May 31, t. Sliding Glass Door In Dining Room
nature by the Starke City the 1972 Plymouth of Alfred

Police Department. Gonzales, 66, of Tampa, was ,
All of the city accidents Growth... overrun and overturned by a
reported occurred not on the 73 Kenworth Truck and trailer .! Priced To SellB7B5 i
iijIi11 streets and highways but on (From Page I 1)) operated by William Donald .

parking lots at the shopping the process. You've got to Selph, 42, of Jacksonville,
centers, the bank, a ham- decide if you want growth or causing $3,000 damages to the .*
burger stand and a tavern. you don't want growth. If you auto and minor damage to the .*
Frances Powell Johnson, 20, don't want growth what's truck. $ i
? of Fort Lauderdale, driving a going to happen to your in- Both vehicles were .*
71 Plymouth on Monday, May come?" questioned Dr. traveling south on US-301 in 4*
f41. 3 27, about 10:40: a.m., was Heighten. the outer lane of the highway,
struck from behind by the 73 It was pointed out that a about one mile south of .* .
Chevrolet, pulling a trailer, land use study is not designedto Starke, when the accident 4 .
and operated by Richard D. prevent development but to took place. _
Cunningham, 48, of Keystone plan for the kind of growth Selph the truck driver, was < &
Heights. wanted and to set up the charged with failure to use ..
Mrs. Johnson, travelingwest guidelines necessary to make due care, by Trooper K. G. 4
on SK-100 had stopped on orderly growth possible. Etheridge, who investigatedthe < &
the highway, before making a Referring to the future accident. &
left turn on to SR-S21B, when possibility of a phosphate 4
I I Ital ( her car was hit from behind by mining development in the
the Cunningham Chevy and Brooker area it was said that
dr' IMaiPm trailer. now is the time to be giving 4 &
:!' l Mrs.\. Johnson was released some thought to the Set Monday 4 ..
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from the Alachua General
development of regulationsfor The Junior National Honor &
Hospital after receiving the reclamation of lands <
Society is sponsoring a car
treatment for neck injuries following a mining operation. wash Monday, June 10 from 9a.m.to3p.m.directly < ;: -
sustained in the collision.
Dr. Feiss related an Instance behind
According to the accident Polk where 4 I-
in County
the high school auditorium.
All Seats 1" filed L. G.llospital. =--= '
Trooper -
report by the -
water table had been "Bring 'em in, folks, and let < ..
lowered by 45 feet as a resultof
the kids real
give your car a *
phosphate mining. He said 4*
beauty treatment, Steve
301 that happen the here same if the thing proper could pre Miller said. <7'JL1'JL*'JL**JL*'JL1'JL*w'JL''JL''JL1'V'Jf'JLMJL''JL*'JL''JL''JL*'JL''X*'JL1'JL1'JL''JL1'JL''JL''JL1'X1'JL''JL''X*w w'JL*'JL*'JL*'JL1*JL'\
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cautions were not taken and
building, adjoining the that fresh water supplies
DRIVE-IN present emergency room, and could be endangered by
will include the following: allowing salt water intrusion.
Emergency Room: four "Some regard the Brooker
examination rooms, trauma phosphate deposits as a "potof .
Fri. Sat. H .haven't
room, emergency operating gold." but what happens to you
room storage space. the land when the pot is emp-
Blood Bank. tied?" asked Dr. Feiss. ,
PRETTY SALLY MAE ; X-ray Department: two Other recommendationsand driven Ford
IS DEAD..BUTTHE ,' diagnostic rooms, bath suggestions discussed at a
WORST HASN'THAPPENEDTO facilities, offices, etc. the public meeting were:
General: EMT (Emergency -Zoning Boards. Consoli-
HER YETI! { Medical Technician) sleeping dation of zoning boards, in- Fordin'74you
quarters, doctors' sleeping sofar as possible, with repre-
quarters, office space, press sentation from each of the ;
and police room.Thursday's municipalities would permit a
t meeting was close cooperation in carryingout know
attended by Jan Hughey, the provisions of land use EY/
director, and Mrs. Jan E. control as opposed to land use
McGee. staff member, of the planning.
The f North Florida Regional -Mobile home parks. The / what a Ford is.
Confessions Health Planning Council, with high cost of construction has
of a ; headquarters in Gainesville.The put standard housing accom-
Necrophiles meeting was conducted modations out of the reach of
by J. T. Kirkland chairman of many people who must now
the local Health Advisory rely upon the lower cost of
rnJ iP Council. mobile homes for many of our New Cars &
citizens. In planning the areas TrucksAt

City Hurting... for proximity mobile to nearby home shoppingwas sites

a determining factor.
(From Page 1))
Four mobile home sites were
The commissioners also recommended for Starke, in
PLUSVINCENT authorized Edwards to make present open areas
any further transfers that surrounding the city.A Old Prices !
may be required for the 301 By-pass. With an
PRICE operating accounts from the increased flow of vehicle
reserve funds in the federal traffic expected in the years
DIAL revenue sharing accounts. ahead on busy highways one Buy Now And Save Hundreds DollarsOn
The commissioners were of of the solutions that may be in of
the opinion that the cash crisis the offing is a by-pass for US-
would be relieved soon, since 301 around the west city limitsof
HEp1RE a the outstanding balance on Starke.An Cars In Stock Beat The Price Increase
accounts receivable Overpass. Recognizingthe "t
amounted to $110,000.. idea for an underpass now
a0F gLpOD A further relief is expectedin under consideration for the EUROPEAN
July when electric con- use of emergency vehicles
UndedArhsts sumers will have their first such as ambulances and fire CONTEST
IRS billing of the 35 percent surcharge engines to use while trains are TIME Ywd )
adjustmentthat passing through Starke as a
will be applied on the good one, the study proposes 1. Starke, Fla.
Sun. Mon. Tues. billings for June, July, August that a railroad overpass I '
and September. should be considered for the Blackshear, Ga.

"Black Voodoo future.Dr.. .Heighten extended his /' 3. St. Augustine, Fla.

Exorcist"PLUS thanks municipal to authorities the county that and he / 4. Dade City, Fla.S.Brooksville ( '
ERIN and his staff had received in : :
GO >) compiling the information to ,
v the county land use
Man Of Iron BRAGH, ;:: study, and invited a further Palatka, Fla. 206 W. MADISON. STARKE FLA.
1!>tGOI:1:1ItoI.: : !: 0 response to his office after the 9647200Page2
Rated R O., \ i 0 written reports had been I II

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f < Milliard-Reynolds Duplicate BridgeTournament Long ChampHome
mcp2 cyC0CU
KMcw1\ Set
Mr and Mrs Luther C and

Milliard of Lawtey announce For June 1 11 1th [Building Materials
the engagement ap-
Curtis -
Bridesmaids proaching marriage of their The Quarterly Club Tourna -YVE BUILD
HonoredOn daughter. Janet Susan, to menl ol the Duplicate Bridge
Luncheon For YOUR PLANS OR
r- Joseph Leon Reynolds, son of Club will be held Tuesday OURS
BirthdayCurtis Debbie DouglasMiss Mr and Mrs. Roy Reynolds of June II. at 7.30:: ) p.m. in the YOUR LOT OR O'JRS'
Slarke Pratt Street recreation hall
Greene, son of Mr. Debbie Douglas, Miss Milliard is a 197-1 In Tuesday night's play. ,
and Mrs. John C Greene, was Saturday,June 8 bride-elect of graduate ol Bradford High lirst place winners were Mrs REMODELING REPAIRS
the honor guest at a ham Tommy Outlaw, was honoredat School! James Mmesmger and Mrs J. ADDITIONSHOMESBOUGHT
burger and swimming party a bridesmaid's luncheon Mr Reynolds is a 1973 ('. I'arker Tied lor second .
last Saturday afternoon from Saturday,June 1, in the Pecan graduate of the Bradford- were Mrs Edward Hums and
:t until 5 o'clock, when his Room of the Garden Reatau- Union' Vocational-Technical Tiond Sunda m. and Dr An, TRADED
parents entertained in rant. Center Wutana and Jell \\renshull. i ACREAGE FOR SALE
celebration of his seventh Tied tor third
birthday anniversary at their Pink and white daisies The wedding will be an Mrs. Eva 1\lallhl'wson place were and 964-6853
home at Camp Blanding. *tiv + decorated the table. Miniature event of July 12 at 8:30: p.m. in Mrs Lucille Davie. ,, HWY 3O1 S STARKE TF
holders - -
garter napkin were the Northside
Baptist Church.
After swimming the used and miniature baskets of
ham- A reception will iollow at I the
youngsters enjoyed
daisies were placed at each
burgers and snacks. name card. home of the bride's parents

!Mr and Mrs. Greene were M Parish CouncilSt
Mrs. Howard Douglas, Reportand
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entertaining by mother of the bride-elect, and
Miss !Mary Sue Underhill, Mrs. Lavern Outlaw, Sr., Edward's Parish Council By Laws for the CARPET
Miss Kathy Brown, and Miss mother of the groom-to-be, met Monday evening, May 27, organization.A .
Anne Marcey were presented with daisy with the president, Richard WALL PAPERMATCHING
report was given on the
Thirteen friends enjoyed the corsages. Miss Douglas was Welty presiding. success of the recent dance
afternoon with Curtis. presented with a miniature Members were presentedwith and carnival conducted under FABRICS
bride's bouquet of pink and a proposed Constitution the leadership of Mrs. Welty,
Julie Ferguson white daisies and baby's DECORATOR FURNITURE
breath. The bride-elect also -

CelebratesThird Junior Club Gives Poolside Farewell her received chosen a pattern.piece of silver of & ACCESSORIESVINYL

BirthdayLittle Members of the JuniorWoman's Mrs. Vincent Spengler and Hostesses for the luncheon FLOOR COVERING
Club of Starke are Miss Stephanie Dukes. were Mrs. Robert Green and
Miss Julie (Fergusonwas pictured at a farewell party Mrs. Eddie Douglas.
honored Saturday afternoon given last Saturday for Miss .
when her parents, Mr. Johanna Fowler who will fflnncuncements] CONGRATULATIONS "\
and Mrs. B. G. Ferguson, leave on June 12 for (Fort rSSj :";o rMr Johnson Bennett U _.-/
entertained in celebration of McClellan. Ala.
her third birthday anniversary and Mrs. Wayne Hmson Mrs Nathan 11. Starling of GRADUATESdecorative
at their home on The covered dish luncheonwas announce the birth of a Lawtey, James G. Johnson of
Bcssent Hoad, from 3-30: until held at the poolside at the daughter, Kelley Jolene, born Keystone Heights, and Harold
home of Mrs. J. C. Dukes.The
5,39:: o'clock. May 27 in Alachua General O. Johnson of Flint, Mich.
buffet table was covered witha l Hospital.The .
Varicolored balloons and announce the approaching
white linen cloth and cen-
gladioli were used in baby's paternal marriage of their mother,
tered by a red white and blue grandfather! is H. B. Hinson --
decorating for this occasion. Marie Lorraine Johnson, of
"Uncle Sam Hat" cake.
Inv itations plates, and and maternal grandparentsare Starke, to Paul Bennett of accessories & Interior design .
cups CdrI J"I. ,
Mr and Mrs. A. T. Johns, Lawtey. three eighty/lour north temple 96<5242 n RlnrlOpmv [
napkins all carried out the toy Assisting in serving were all of .
Hampton.igagement ..
tram theme which was used Mrs. Johnson and Mr. u. '" JOI Mon th'oug1. used >

lor the, a replica party. of The a toy birthdaycake tram, Corbett-Witt En ToldMr. on Bennett Sunday will, June exchange 16, at 8 vows p.m. (jA. tEYVltll_:( ,kwdc$ t/flM "JJ I,0 I. ppo'6. ,itr on
and holding I three lighted at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
candles, centered the birthday and Mrs. T. J. Corbettof Nathan II. Starling.All .
table Lawtey announce the en- friends and relatives of
gagement and approaching the couple are cordially in-
During the afternoon Julie marriage of their daughter, vited to attend.
and her guests enjoyed pony Robin, to Joe Witt, son of Mr.
rides and games. and Mrs.Ormond Witt of Lake Tanner-Crawford

Favors of balloons, pinwheels b leierl City.Miss
and candy were Corbett is a 1972 Mr.and Mrs. Carl Tanner of
presented to the 15 children I graduate of Bradford High Providence announce the
present. School,and is employed by the approaching marriage of their
On Sunday afternoon Julie (Farmers Home Administration daughter, Mary Ann, to
was honored again with a in Macclenny. Stanley Crawford, son of Rev.
lamily party at the Kingsley Mr. Witt is a 1972 graduateof Gerald Crawford of Starke,
Lake home of her maternal Columbia High School, and and the late Mrs. Crawford.The .I EV1l & USED
/grandparents: Mr. and Mrs.K is employed by the Depart wedding will be an .
: L Matthews. Refresh- ment of Transportation in event of June 14 at 8 p.m. in
ments of homemade ice Lake City. the Old Providence Baptist
cream and cake were servedin The wedding will take placeon Church. A reception will Come
the late afternoon. The July 20 at 7:30: p.m. in Heil- follow in the Fellowship Hall See
birthday cake was iced in bronn Baptist church, with a of the church.All .
white and decorated with reception at the home of the friends and relatives are '
miniature lavendar grapes. bride's parents in Lawtey. invited to attend. h

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Luncheon Honors Madison Street AbernathyAnd

Sandra RegisterAt Baptist GradsEntertained Graves

Holiday Inn Family ReunionThe :r.:rlM trb
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Graves and Abernathy
Miss Sandra Register was Graduating seniors of the family reunion was held
complimented at a lovely :Madison Street I Baptist Sunday. May 26 at Gold (Head
luncheon, Saturday. June 1, at Church, and their dates, were Branch State Park.
the Holiday Inn give by Mrs honored at a formal
Charles Blalock, !Mrs. Jim B, progressive dinner Saturday A large group of family L
members attended this annual I 1.
Godwin, Mrs. Charles Hut- nifthl June 1. .. '
cheson, !Mrs. Kiert Sundusa- event, and enjoyed the basket
dee, and Mrs. Gene Long. The evening started at t the lunch which was spread at
home of David and Fat noon. Officers of the Starke Business and Professional Women's Club installed air (II-r): 1.lll1all,
her arrival !Miss exotic hors secretary: .l Jo>t.' .\1111 1'irak cur
L""sonhl're recording
Upon F Those attending from out of Pearson, second vice-president; Evelyn Halley ,\lIilu.h|
Register was presented a d'ot'uvres wire served.i From (town included !Mrs. H. S. responding secretary; Delia Rosenberg treasurer: Bea Kimmons president mid -
white carnation corsage, and I here the party. progressed to M .4 V Surrency. Mrs. Beatrice mead, district director. Not: pictured Is, Ann Liggett vice-president.
her honored guests, her the home of Jim and Kayo Johns.' Mrs. Odell Abernathy,
mother, Mrs. Betty W. Hla lock lor Iresh spring t. ''Irs. L. E. Johns, Mr. and Installed To Head BPW
Mrs. Bea Kimmons
Register,; her fiancee's salad.. Mrs. Windell Fletcher all .of
mother Mrs. Michael Bach of Tampa and Mr. and Mrs. district social hojr honored, the'
Ashmead A t
Greenville, N. C.; and both Tin niiiin course. featuring Jack Abernathy, of Oldsmar; Mrs. Bea Kimmons of Anita ,
installed the Joan Crosby recent
grandmothers! of the bride, baked turkey and dressing Mr and Mrs W A, Graves, Keystone Heights was installed director, Ann bride former of James Dotsim., Tin-
Mrs. C. T. Wade, and Mrs. served in (the garden at following officers:
was. !Macon, Ga.;: Mr. and Mrs. May 27 as 1974-75 :Mrs )Dot
vice : club presented son
Freeman Register, Sr, were the home of Bill and Genieva Larry Herbrand, Mrs. Onie president of the Starke Liggett, president
vice- ol her china and
second with a
Lillian Pearson a piece
presented a Fuji mum cor- Dukes. Highlight of the Business and Professional
Sullivan, 111and Mrs. Buster
llaney. lor her' past t president'spin
sage by the hostesses. evening was the Hawaiian Sullivan, Daytona Beach; Mr. Woman's Club during their president: Evelyn guard
style dessert served in a and Mrs. William B. Mash- salad dinner held in the recording secretary.
Yellow cloths with orange tropical atmosphere I of1I.1.iian burn and children Mr. and Keystone Heights Woman's Ann Yirak, and correspondingsecretary Della Rosen\ The state coinrnlioii is set'
napkins were used on the \ .. music. fresh Mower Mrs. Allen Ward, and Mrs. Club. in St. Petersburg June 20-iKJ:
luncheon tables, which were leis! and tropical truit at the Miley Wynn, all of Gainesville berg, treasurer ..
centered with spring flower home of John and Jane Riggs. : Mr and Mrs. Bill

cards arrangements.with silver Bridal wedding place Those enjoying (this event r Novella:Maxwell, Hampton and; Mrs PREVIEW THE DALE
Moxley Betty
marked the were Eddie: Blalock and Beth 1 .
rings seatingarrangl'ment
:Noble.-'; Ocala; Mrs. William
Debbie Scott and
for the 24 guests Chapman Il.il Edwards Linda !Hill and Spitze and son, Bobby.
The bride-to-be was presentedwith Mrs. CARNEGIE COURSE !
Keystone Heights;
a silver and crystal relish .John Sellers.Lunquest Irene Sellers Clinton and Mr. and Mrs. James HammondMiss Bunnie Broughton.! and
dish from her hostesses as a
memento of the occasion. Denton( and Carol Sumerall. Mrs.Ruth Ottis McKinney, Mrs. SEE FOR YOURSELF HOW TIME TESTED DALE CARNEGIE
Mrs. F.
Frazier E.
Parents' of the seniors joined Gwendolyn Priscilla nesday May 27 in Greenville
!Miss Register is the bride- Ihl'l1lor\ dessert..! Thompson, daughter of Mr. S. C. The ceremony was Culley O'llara.Mrs.Mrs.Grace Linnie Mc-and TRAINING CAN HELP YOU STRENGTHEN YOUR ABILITIES IN THESE AREASCOMMUNICATIONS
Michael Bach. and :Mrs. William by the Kev. Jack
elect of performed
George Thompsonof ,
:NIIIDIE:51101)1.:! Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Griffis. SELL YOURSELF AND >cx- "ASn ')\ ALL AND *. "
Their wedding will take place ( 6HV Adkins St., and Davis all of Starke. ;
June 8. Bradford Middle School James Walter Hammond, son DEVELOP YOUR HiODE"* AB I L' S-S

students need i to bring self- (of :Mrs. Sue Hammond of N. Miss Sandra Register, Micheal Bach CONFIDENCE: REINFORCE Tf-oA' OEEF D ;.- -rE, '- rp sEif ASS -,\' :
niMETOTIIKMAKKKTTluirs.: : : \ : addressed stamped envelopes Cherry Street, were united in
.. 110711.11I.iII. to school( on June 7 for report marriage at 2 pmhod- Honored At Reception In Woman's ClubOut AND CONFiDFNCE[

:- .. Ill,\\1-: I I'M: curds to be mailed in. PROBLEM SOLVING CONTROL TENSION: AND 'RFSaJRE
Miss Sandra Register, June of town guests were :
8 bride-elect-and her fiance, Mrs. Betty Gail Casey, Mr.
Michael Bach of Greenville, and Mrs. Mike Bach, Mr and
N. C. were honored at a Mrs. Gary Bach Miss Susan BY ATTENDING A FREE
Last chance
to gettodays reception on Friday, May 31, Bach, and Jimmy Little, all of
at the Starke Woman's Club. Greenville, N. C; Mrs. Ellen PREVIEW MEETINGTONIGHT
Futtrell, Washington, D. C.;
Guests were greeted at the Mrs Dale Fisher, Coral
Beautyrest door by Mrs. Robert Barks- Gables; and Mrs. W. H. JUNE 7:00: P.M.
dale and Mrs. Olin White, Jr. Peebles, Ocala.Approximately.
Standing in the receiving line NO COST OR CLAY ELECTRICR ''v { '."
before tomorrow'sprices were Mrs. Betty Wade 300 guests
Register, Miss Sandra called between the hours of OBLIGATION. ''r. .. ((904)733-6010)

Register, Michael Bach, Mr. eight and nine-thirty o'clock,
and Mrs. Mike Bach, Mr. and .. -
a Mrs. Freeman Register, Jr.,
Mrs, Freeman Register, Sr.,
and Mrs. C. T. Wade. The
honoree and each lady in the te
receiving line were presentedwith ,
a daisy corsage. .,
Presiding at the guest book ,
} c5J, ,", Don't Get Caught Napping... table were Miss Susan Bach :J e -.
and Miss Lisa 4 ; ) (!f \
Mitchell. !J
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were .
3 decorated with basket ';PSIcf>o.- '
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flowers and miniature palm

The tea table was covered
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is your last chance to own a Beautyrest, the best mattress silver, three-tiered epergnette Merchandise fI.p ,

there is, before the prices go up. So hurry-and beat the filled with vari-colored spring ,.r ) I M'M'ALL M'I
sleep inflation. Including daisies, \
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vacation. Sleep that only Beautyrest can give you. and tapers.silver A coffee silver service punch were bowl SPORT COATS<: $ 95 .-- ,1iI

used in serving the guests. An 4 9 -
Because Beautyrest is made with individually pocketed coils additional punch table WERE '69" +

that give you the support you need,when and where you need covered with a white organdy 1 w fw.

> it. Special cushioning molds itself to the natural contours ofT cloth centered with a silver

%z'*" i* your body.The beautiful floral cover is Sani-Seal' protected punch bowl, surrounded with \ ,
greenery was used.
: t -. to guard against bacteria, mildew and odor. NOWsurfs stt ', y
.!: The hostesses and those

i ;. ,, assisting in serving were Mrs. $
'.t: _.'......... Guy Sale, Mrs. Freeman AQ95
',- Register, III, Mrs. Harry J J
I Hatcher, Jr., Mrs. WERE 89"
Get your Beautyrest today... Hatcher, III, Mrs. Dale

A before tomorrow's' prices! Fisher, Mrs. P. L, Bridges,
Mrs. James O'Brian,and Mrs. NOWDACRON
Larry Crawford.

Reception hostesses were AND WOOL SUITS $49 95KNIT ... F<..
$99.95Twin Mrs. Olin White, Jr., Mrs. VALUES TO' 135
Size Mattress Robert Barksdale, Mrs. L. A, fi
Canova, Mrs. J. O. Gay, Mrs.
or Foundation R A. Colson Mrs. J. T. II i'' .

ar ; $119.95 Lawson, Mrs. Gilbert Gold- ONE RACK OF MEN'S I $
,'' < wire, Mrs. Linda Johns, Mrs.J. PLAID AND CHECK I
e K 1 5* Double Size, Mattress H. Dennis, Mrs. W B. ''
Or Foundation Mundy Mrs. C. B. Terwill- iII .
., $299.95 egar and Mrs. Don !Neel.: d
presented the
S ,rte"a. Queen Size set honoree with cordials in her PANTS iilII '

$419.95 selected crystal, and also two
iS cookbooks.DouglasOutlaw. WERE'1820
key ?per King Size set Y
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rJ Date Set June 8 $ 00
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e Douglas of Brooker announcethe II
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Beautyrest Supreme I Normal Firm daughter Deborah Ruth, to III
:: : Beville Thomas Outlaw, son of 1
Mr. and Mrs. Lavern H. MEN'Sp'CUFFED
Outlaw. Sr.. of Starke. '

i The wedding will be an JEANSREDUCED
went of Saturday evening.

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Miss M3rlle Dyer and ,
Harry Dyer of Stuart were
Memorial Day weekend
/ / I I t guests of their brother-in-law yIrtlF

and sister. Mr. and Mrs M. W. Friends 01 little Kll'kI 1)r und 'l\Irli. ]Donald

Cressler. I Reddish will be glad to learn tt inters of lIalliesburK. 1liss.II .

-, that he returned home Mon- t'l'elIl'sL'I/( 'Tuesday und
Mr and Mrs Marice Mr and Mrs Brad Locke of
day from Alachua General Wl'lllll'/oda of DI' Wintl'l's'In'ollll'rinlaw
Sanderson of Bradenton spent the weekend
Tallahassee r in : and! /oistl'I' Ur
Mr and Mrs, Tom Long of Hospital Gainl'sville.here
were weekend here with Mrs. Shellie Gerle.
Sanderson's guests of Mrs Atlanta, Ga. and Mr. and $ he was critically following a ,lI1dIrs.: U. (\Jomnjotl'r\

Mrs. S. G. Denmark parents I\lr and Mrs Dave Long and Mrs Carolyn Redgrave had r 1rtr j f tonsilectumy performed last :\11' and I\ln John Greene
wl'Ck. his sister I\larla. also
daughter Christy, of Fort as weekend guests Mr. and and sun( ('urns attended thl'lil't''lIl'
Lauderdale, en route to their had her tonsils removed al the
Mrs. Mrs Charles Parker and _
N. K. utSlril'kland's
lIurse, em'oute tQ lamlly reunion
respective homes from same I UtTie. but was able to
her home in family of Miami.
Indianapolis, Ind
Mexico Beach return hume last wl'l'k.
after spending the past two near I Lake last t Sunday
months in the Bahama Tallahassee were weekend Mr and Mrs Jimmy Cash f I II 14 Mrs. AI 11 Harley and ulternoin.Mrs. .
guests of their mother, Mrs T.
of Orlando weekend
Islands was the guest of her '1'. Long were children of I\lerritt Island : II. L. Speer IHI.-
sister Mrs guests parents,
Clyde Smclair l l lY were weekend guests of Mrs.Ilarley's returned
rom II Ih"l'C.\\'t'l'k"
Sen and Mrs E. ,
from Thursday until 'l'uesday Floyd Watson Jr. of Johns. Charley i parents, I\lr. and usit I with her" son ill-11m and

Jacksonville spent last I\lrs. Barney I\lcHae. Sr last dlIIghtl'r. 1\11'. IIlId 1\11'1 Jo: I'
Mrs. S. L. Peek. Sr. and \ Friday night. 1\11' and Ilrs.1lcHae .
I )
Friday here as the guest of Mrs. S. A. Weldon and Mrs. BO)1md.i and Iannh' in Alhl'lISlia.
Mrs. C.
A. Darby spent Mrs. L. D. Vining.Mr. Paul Bridges and their house tt bile UWII\ /oill' Ultl'lIdt'tiI
Saturday in Gainesville with were Saturday guests, and I\lrs. Betty I Ill' J Ulll'nil of
Mrs C. W. Chalker and Mrs. guests of Mrs. Weldon's son {'J'uwl'ol'd and !\Ir. and !\Irs. U
and Mrs. Richard Hood and daughter-in-law, Mr. and cousin the late'ilrs.: Villiv
Morgan Darby. of Erie. Pa. have returned totheir Mrs. Steve Weldon and Cary Nazworth and children I'I' 'M'. 111 Albany (Gatlrs.
were dinner guests of 01' and
home alter ten
Mrs. L. D. spending family in Macclenny sin : IHinl' (.
I\lrs. \
Vining spent the days with Mr. and Mrs W. W. Barney I\IcHae. Jr. in lin'glll'n'lul'lwd
weekend in Stockton. Ga. with Lake City. In the altl'rnoon 10 her home IIIi1Iil1l's'llIt'
Hood at Lake. ,
Kingsl'y ,
Mr. and I\lrs. J. W. Tim- Friends of Bill Brown will they attended the high school ( Saturday ::1IIt1slrndmg I I ,
merman. She was ac- be Interested to learn that he graduation of the Mcltaes'grandson week IIt'l'l'1 Ilh her
Tom and Leslie Johns of
companied I\lr. graduated on March 15 from sister. 1\11'1' \. K. \11110'1'101111
by and Mrs. J. Macclenny the weekend Barney E. I1cHal'III. 1 '
C, Vining and family of spent the School of Criminology :-'Ill'1 ilS al't'IImp.llnt'd. bonaby
here with
their grandmother
Palatka. I"SU, Tallahassee :Airs. ,\ndl'I'MIII1 h..
I\lrs Itdch.Mrs..J, W. Ritch and Mr. Sweet Incense' Sing in dlabattia_ I\lr. and 1\lrs. Michael Ii'aught her grandson E"

I\lrs. James A. Ryder of Mrs Edward Burns had as 0' uat Nelson uf Flagstalf, Ariz., word Sdl\\ lh. II'' Gaun'stllle,
{'oral Gables guests Monday Miss Beth The "Sweet 'I1I'oute to their home 10 pl'nd the \\Jlh hoe
spent the past Mark Hamilton and Incense" go to I"ayette, where they will the Madison Street new in (dly
Oaane and Mrs. Edith
week here with her aunt Mrs.J. children arrived Tuesday to singing group from Madison sing at Unity Baptist, First Church with Baptist lIenderson\'ille, N. C.. spentthe
K Wilson. Bloomer of Gainesville.Mrs. Street Baptist Church will Baptist Southside Baptist the public invited past ten days here with :\llss :Naanle Sunders! nl11)Ihevdlc
few with I\lr. and
spend a days to attend.
hold a I\lrs. K 1\1. Davis. "ta.. ,
Grace aeconilaolby "
singing and the
I\lrs. Sherrod Hamilton and Baptist, Boy
The Hl'v. John 1\1. Flynn left T. G, Ritch and son. engagement in Fayette, Ala Scout and Girl Scout of the group are :\\11'. and11'1': Boddt"
her Mr and Mrs N.B. from
parents pictured
Monday for Washington C. David of Jacksonville were organizations left to right: I\lr. and !\Irs. Robert Tanner I 'j'l''l'h III .\II"t'I'MIII. :S fwerevisitors
to attend the College/( of Hosier. Monday guests of Mrs. Hitch'sparents The tour will start Friday (standing) Handy Williams, of Baldwin were Sunday ; lustweekul' \11"

Preachers at the National Mrs I\latha Walker of Mr. and Mrs H. C. night, June 14. at Southslde There will be a dress Beth Pam Chapman, Garf O'Steen guests of I\lrs. Tanner's sister Sa IIdl"'S' 1I1'01l11"1I1-laI\;

Cathedral and to attend the Sarasota is several Brown. Baptist Church, Columbus, rehearsal of their Eddie Chapman Debbie Scott I\lrs. J. II. Fields :.i\o": \ AI r. and :Alrs ( ,II'
spending Blalock
installation Ga. From there the will program ; (sitting Mike Andrews.lr .
Allin of Bishop John weeks here with her brother Mr. and Mrs J. G. Caldwell group Tuesday, June 11, at 7:30 p.m. Gaskins Hal Edwards
as Presiding Bishop of Mrs. Edward
Ll'welling of
and sister-in-law. I\lr. and
the United States.Mr. visited Mrs. Esmath Youngein Panama and her \: and 'II' Robert
Mrs City son,
Adolph Gay. ,Fairfield Sunday ...
B.ol'k-dilll' mid l.llll1h11.
Sen Gary Ilelms student : "
and Mrs. a at
and I\lrs. II. A. Lawson Mr. and Mrs Robert Green Johns have returned Charley E. Mr and Mrs. H. L. Tolbert Mrs. N. T. Hitch, Jr. PSU and Miss June Smith of t'ill'III BIIIUl\llIl'th: ;nut'
attended the high school Mr. and Mrs. Robert after and Mrs. Ivan Niblack of Lake returned to her home in ,Fort Lauderdale and :Sletuu't Itmcan I 01 1..1\\ It\
the weekend in Sanford spending several I-'SV.
graduation of their spent Barksdale spent the first of their at City were Sunday guests of r Miami Saturday after a spent the weekend here with .penl'1'uesda': Thlll'lodl :,.uInllona
ld- with I\lrs. Grl'Cn's and mountain home
gra son the week on business In In Mrs. Tolbert's son.ln.law and .eek's visit here with Mrs. N, I Btat'li while their
laughter Miss I\lr.
Cindy ""1 U"' '', daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Cashiers, N. C. and I\lrs. P 1'. Nunn and
in Live oak last t Friday night.dtP6. Jimmy Howe. While there Eufaula Ala. daughter, Mr. and Mrs David 1 r. ftitch Sr. I\lrs. Dma Colton ,tllt", t 1 Idled \1.II't'lI 1'1110 1'.11"
Mrs. J. R. Kite spent the Montgomery
they attended the dance Mrs. Mamie Anderson and weekend in Pelham, Ga with .
review of their grand- daughters, Merry Alice and relatives.and while they attended ,
daughter Monica Jo Howe. Ann of Columbia S. C., were the high school Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wright of

weekend guests of Mr. and graduation of her great-niece. Gainesville were Saturday
Mr. amll\lrs. H. S. Climes of Mrs. James Barron.Mr. Miss Meredith Collins. visitors of Mr and Mrs. WELLS ELECTRIC
Jacksonville were Sunday Foster Shl Smith and Mrs.

guests of I\lrs. N. T. Ritch Sr. and Mrs. M. A. Baldwin Joey and Andy Jordan of Walla Lipsey.Mr. .

spent the weekend visiting Live Oak, now attending
Mr. Baldwin's brother and North Florida Junior College and Mrs. Edmund

Mr. and Mrs Marion sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. D. in Madison, accompanied by a Tenly spent Thursday to SERVICE
Ilarrington and daughter of L. Baldwin, in Inverness. classmate from Thailand, Sunday in St. Petersburg with
Ol'mond Beach visitors Mrs. Ken Denny and Miss
They also visited their son-in- were weekend guests or Mr
L last Monday of Mr.Harrington's law and daughter, Mr. and and Mrs. H. A. Lawson They Virginia Raysor. I Electrical Contractors
arU6.CQ"pcQ I mother, I\lrs. C
Mrs Jim Montuoro, in were joined on Sunday
N, Christy. and I\lr. Christy. Tampa, MIss Hamona Grant of Ocala by Friends of Carl Torode will I
be interested to learn that he q Nw,_ eC
is recuperating at home after ::, '

ADDITIONAL undergoing leg surgery in \\O\'t a teS2Ac

Sunday, June 9th is High C NO Hope Haven Hospital on _' ="- Set
Attendance Day in our Tuesday of last week. Ce == .=
8 9 \
Goal! Come and help us Miss Robin Goodson of ,_.'# .
reach this goal and loin Lakeland is spending this

with us in honoring our week with her grandmother,
High School Seniors who Mrs. Hazel Carlton.

are graduating this year. (' DIAL 964-6061
\ Ot Miss Penny Anderson has

Your life will be enriched y r8x10 returned to her home in East SERVING STARKE AND SURROUNDING AREAS SINCE 1949
as you loin with us in Moline, Ill after spending the
worship of God this Sunday :J past two weeks with the
starting with Sunday Kr + uti T+ tl George Sapps at Kingsley P.O., BOX 607

School' at 9:45 and the Lake.

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. Valdosta Wives Speak Up When Asked To Rate Hubby Bement Graduates At Valdosta State

Gardening In Florida Gary ROBS Bement, son of Jr of Starke graduated
VALDOSTA Seventy-one ""'ort)* ttcht per cent said, cent of the women said their he grows up?" Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Bement. Saturday June 1. with thedegree
percent of the wives surveyed 'No!' Cosn1c1t reported. husbands don't back them up Good news was the finding by Shannon Smith I of Bachelor of Science
in a recent poll by Valdosta "This .Is In keeping with when it comes to disciplining that 83 per cent 01 those polled HomeGroundaSperialistUniversity in Ur ngirom Valdosta
State College sociology question 2, to which 'l:1 per the children. like their husband's friends, 01 Florida State College In Georgia.
students think their husbands cent of the women stated their Cosneck, a former marriage but bad news was that 38 per -_-....-.- - for one day is $7.00.Information,
see no value in Women's Lib, husbands had become very counselor, said that could cent 01 the wives said their --- For further 113 With 620 candidates
according to VSC sociology ca t their personal mean trouble in the house. In husbands make family write Dr. Shannon 01 receiving bachelor's andmaster's
professor Dr. Bernard J. appearance,8itd46 per cent of fact, there's divorce potential :leclsions without consulting "Kinetic Trends in Flower weD as two workshops on Florida Rolfs Hall, GalnesvUel, University 3Z611.Preregistration during the college's60th
Cosneck. the wives said they feel they In any negative responses to them. Arranging" and "History 01 Ikebana arrangements. mail is commencement exer-
"One woman said her are not envied by other the questions, in his opinion. "And to the question 11 you Idebana" will be two of the Six different workshops will by register cises It was the largest
husband thinks Women's Lib women for being married to "More significantly, 41 per a18d it to do over again would featured presentations at the be offered this year. WaD acceptable or you can Please graduating class in the history
is 'the silliest thing he ever the present husband." cent of the wives stated the he be the one you would marry 1974 Garden Club Short plaques, miniaturs at the short course. to: of Valdosta State. University
heard of,' Cosneck said. But the men did score high husband never shows them again?' 24 per cent said 'no: Course, June 19-21 at the Ikebana,pant multipli- make aD checks payable Extension of Miami President Henry
"That's the highest per. in some departments, the any affection,such as a hug or which may Indicate that University 01 Florida.We cation and an environmental Florida Cooperative King was commencement
centage of negative response bacheJer professor em.phasfzed. a kiss, In front of the education for marriage Is have an outstanding Improvement workshop' Service. for the speaker.
to the 20 questions 25 VSC children," he added. "And needed," said Cosneck. "This program planned for all included. The environmental Join us June 19-21 Short
students asked 296 women in a another very significant Is supported by the finding gardeners this year at the workshop should be outstand- 1974 annual Garden tttrirttttik *
sidewalk survey In Valdosta "Seventy nine Qer{ cent of finding is that 45 per cent of that 32 per cent of the wives Short Course. Those who are ing since it will be conducted Course.
shopping centers. Every third the wives said their husbands the wives said they could not consider their husband rejoining us will find many by Mrs. Robert Hannon, I
woman was stopped and in- are very proud of, and spend any money without sexually unsatislying." innovations and new comers National Environmental Im- ;
terviewed." satisfied with, their careers," accounting to the husband or That 33 per cent of the wives will find a wide variety 01 provement coordinator and DeWitt Jones
The majority oC the ladies he smiled. getting his permission." polled complained their programs.We Mr. John Blalock, Community
were very cooperative, but "Ninety.three per cent said But returning to the positive husbands take them for .are offering two affairs coordinator Sears. I
one said angrily, "No, I can't their husband are generous side of the balance sheet, granted and do not appreciate featured speakers. Mrs. John Wednesday evening we will J Funeral Home
afford to be surveyed; I've and adequate providers, and Cosneck said 78 per cent of the them Is an Indication 01 a need Higgins from Oklahoma will tour the Florida State :
already been subpoenaed," 76 der{ cent of the wives think wives feel their husbands keep for more post.marltal resent programs on Museum and Thursday will II
Cosneck reported with a their husbands agree with their promises to them and the counseling, Cosneck believes. .'Collages" and "Kinetic feature the banquet. I STARKE PHONE 964-6200
chuckle. them on basic religious children. The men are to have their Trends in Flower Arrange- So join us June 19-21, at the I RENTAL
The second highest negative values." saddening finding reveals day in court, he stressed. The ments" a study in flowers ReItz Union, University oC HOSPITAL EDS. WALKERS WHEEL CHAIRS
response came to the But on the negative side of that more than a fourth of same questions were put to 148 light and motion.These should Florida, for the 1974 Garden 81 CRUTCHES
question, "Is he orderly in his the ledger, Cosneck said 34 those polled ((28 per cent) said men in the same shopping be exciting I Florida's own Club Short Course. Registration HEIGHTS
personal habits and neat per cent of the wives polled "no" to the question, "IS your centers and the findings will Mrs. Lucille Davis will give a for the entire course is KEYSTONE
around the house, keeping said their husbands have no husband the kind of man you be made public soon. Cosneck lecture-demonstration on $20.00 and the optional PHONE473.3176
things reDaired?" sense of humor. and 33 per would like your son to be when promised. "The History of Ikebana" as banquet is $5.00. Attendance

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I New Recreation Board To Talk Budget TonightLAKE l -- -

BUTLER -- The for the high traffic summer Also decided at the meetingwere Asked about- Cason andFoister's
mwly formed and
now ac season in the county's parks the terms of office to be
tive. Parks and Recreation participation as
and play areas.!: Powell said served by each of the from their r
Department headed by the difficulty lies in the wageshe representatives from the representatives m
districts, when
Director Larry Powell will .respective
feels he must in orderto
pay various areas and political
meet two weeks for the to second discuss time budget In hire staff.a trained and competent bodies serving on the board. the they are bodies not actually they represent a part of, (LTLEE: :[$ .. w J
The terms of office will be as
Powell said, "I know that
problems tonight (Thursday
During the meeting this past follows: representatives from PRESENTS
there have been
June 6)) at 8 some
p.m. the
week Powell and the board
the City of Lake Butler will
courthouse.. said about Cason being on the
members approved the forms serve a five year term board and Foister is actuallyin U (ELEL1JtECE(
for enrollment into
necessary beginning with CouncilmanJohn
Powell said after this past the same position in not
some of the
week's meeting that he is a bit programs plannedthis Shaw. Councilman being a member of the school
summer and also (
approved Buddy Quinn will representthe
disappointed that the members the board, but the way the
department's bylaws
Township of Worthington resolution the
appointed to the forming
which are fashioned FOR THE FIRST TIME
very Springs for the next tour
reads I can't
recreation board department
have not see
much like those in
currently Lee Cason
him years Robert where COUNTRY MUSIC'S BEST
given the support he feelsis RalfordTown there should be any
use by the recreation the
appointed by
in The resolution
necessary trying to
department of Bradford he
Council even though
the new program under way merely states that someone 6 Nights a Week
County. does not live within the City of
will be appointed from each of Guest
Featuring :
I L:1IJlIUIIUvlltt"I1I.: '& .II.. I II II Raiford, will represent that the five districts that have
: t..Ii\' :'' .11 f..df.\,A ''' tl ,M district for the next three Linda Amerson

I I l \{ J frtrJ WfiAAWjl! ''I1 \\ years.County Commissioner D. E.. program contributed how that representative and funds doesn't into specify shall the Camp Blanding Employees Honored For Service Fri.and Sat.Night

"Skip" Woodington will be selected. Only, 1.00 Cover Oiarg
represent the Union County Twenty civilian employeesat Norman, Jr., Reese R. Scott Silcox. James E Teston. From9PM2AMat -
For Grass that GreenerThe Commission for the next two Camp Blanding were and Walter Thomas. Ten year Oscar L. Williams ThomasW.
years and the representativefrom honored last Friday for their Certificates of Service were Williams and Chester
grass on the other side of the fence the school board will A public TV f taiiqn In New loyal: and dedicated service presented to Robert A. Wise. Bobby'sHideaway
serve for only a one year York hopes to telecast the with the Florida Departmentof Chesser. Jr., Claude W. Colonel Gilchrist said that
doesn't have
to be greener. FPC can get LOIIU period.At this time the school world chess championship.You'd Military Affairs. Cogdill, Buel! C. Cole, Marion he felt especially privileged to
rid of your chinch bugs, and Fungus,! 'p ISf board is being represented on think the big networks Colonel Charles M. L. Combs, have the honor of making
L. Glover
...and help keep lawn the PRD board by Billy Ray would go for a sports event Peggy in behalfof
you your at its DUIU Gilchrist, Jr., State Quar. John C. Greene, William W. these presentations
greenest. Your lawn.WHERE GRASS ...."..... Foister, who is not a memberof action with BO for many a word breaks from In the the termaster, presented 20 year Hood Ulysses King, Simon H. Major General Henry W 301 North-Waldo
IS ALWAYS GREENER. the school board,but ratheran ponsor.it Certificates of Service to Mitchell, Eugene W. Norman, McMillan to such a loyal and
employee. Gerald Griffis, Leroy G. Daniel B. Raulerson, Lacy B. dedicated group. -

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Cunningham Bombs 17-5

By Second Place Brookerfourth

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hafting with :20-11 double by Tim Kerchame
place Cunningham League's leading team, Law ley out hit Methodist 186. 1 s st
Gull turned the tables 17-5 Baldwin Chevrolet, stomped a During the same night of the
over 2nd place Hrooker inMen's 13;;.0 over sixth place Smith second game in third placeFit'st ? *
Recreational Softball and Brown Electric during the Baptist streaked a 15-5 to \ 4
last \Vednesdav night as all of JStT
second game of the night. Cunningham Gulf on singlesand \t
Cunningham's runs were Baldwin i made its I'unsorrof 11 one double by Robert
scored on singles, except for singles, two doubles by Eddie IM ilner, as Cuningham scored v i
two home runs by Claude I Douglas, and a home run by their runs on all singles.
Hardee and Fredheeler. aJi'
Stan Cotney, and a few errors. 1 Yi
Ten Cunningham runs were Baldwin out hit Smith andBrown STATISTICS t
scored in (he third inning on 18-4 W L S ,
nine base hits by !Kicky Baldwin 3 -" .
1 Fifth place Law Icy came up Brooker I 2
Bennett Terry Hardee. !
and whipped 12-3 over hapless 7 4 i
Bapt i
Claude( Hardee. Brian Johns,
4Lawtoy 4 :
First Methodist during last Cunningham
Fred Wheeler, Billy Sanford, 4 S '
Dwight Elder, Gordon Heal(, Thursday night's game Smith, & Brown 2 8 I
making runs off of two home ,
F Moth 0 10
and Lloyd Gilpin. Cunningham runs by Steve Cubbedge and a ,
dominated the d'1 I +pN +

Coke Upsets G. Federal 5-2 Si,

In Dixie Youth Baseball h t : t f .. i

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double brought in two of the ro At 1
Last place Coca-Cola turned Ricky Edmondson, pitching
the tables 5-2 on league for Coke, walked the first two runs by Lundy and McBride, r J i'1 r.
!Miller stole home, with A, "
leading Guaranty (Federal in batters, struck out the third House 5-3 s=
Dixie Youth baseball last The next batter Hildebran, I
ball to field A, House's K, Massey "
Thursday evening as pitcher hit a high fly right r a
Glenn Gnann struck out 14 and which was dropped, allowing scored the winning run in the
walked eightGuaranty two runnel, B Odom and D bottom of the sixth on a singleby
Federal held Coke Elks a Lundy and a double by
Gissy to score giving
2-0 until the third inning when :M lead In the top of the sixth Miller Middle School Girls To Perform TonightA
Coke scored all five of its runs Coke scored on a sacrifice by
on two walks by A, Griff, one Craig Scott, ending the game STATISTICS group of 27 young) ladies ,June Iii at II p.m. in the middle Saturdays the girls will The( /girls: i tinge/: from I he SI'l'mHII'IJ'IOIl1Il'l'' .)<><.'kel.
single by Kicky Edmondson, .12 Federal W 4 L 2 from Bradford Middle School school) gymnasium perform a combination performance sixth to eighth! guides 'Any lit'tama ( olcm.m. ClmslicI'.uilkner
and two errors by G. Gnann Athletic House slipped 10-9 S,Discount 3 2 will present a gymnastics Demonstrating talent of tumbling and a /girl: who showed an mlciest T.'I'l'saOH'I'andlimlOi(\ ,
and R. Smith S Griffis pitching over second place Southern Elks 3 1 show 'A Time For All developed by practicing twice dame routine, says Miss and possessed the talent to Judith I'-iiglil.\
'for G. Federal struck Discount as Athletic House A,House 2 1 Seasons," tonight 1huisday.< per week and on many I'attie Kelly, instructor develop into a tumbler or I I'Ittman.I \
Coke 2 4 Third (Bonnie\
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gymnast was invited( to IOHI
out live and walked one.Third opened! the game scoring two
place Elks, with a :t.3 runs olf a l fielder's choice anda 0 the class conducted alter liKci'son, Darlene Ionian.
record, edged! 1-2 by Coke last single by M Lundy and D.IcBnde. Norman's Farm 14-0 RecordIs school hours Miss Kelly says. Sandra .' \, M.ine: Ferguson -
(Friday night. !\ Southern Discount A television[ crew spent seven This will be their one and P.iltv Mullins, Jeanie(
Elks opened with a run in remained scoreless until the months photographing the only showor( the public Sapp, and Angle/: Iti.\.uit
the bottom of the first as D. top ol the third inning as Tops In Women's SoftballBleasdale dally life of an American Admission, is rii( cents lor Fourth tow : :\llel1\'IIl'
Hildebran was brought homeon Athletic House walked in K. family. It must be distracting, adults and :ir cents for light. TlIIlIll1Y( Kelley
a bunt and a fly ball to left Gnlfis, and scored two other students. Karen ('I'awlord. Ml.iiiie:
field giving Elks a 1-0 lead runs on four singles, giving S, !rman's Farm is still un- Vorease Patrick night's games as Norman's during a domestic argument 'I'he oung ladies are d.r>I : CauleN.inc.N\ ,Mt.\i-al: I.
Elks remained scoreless for Discount a J-2: lead defeated and riding a 13-0 and Brenda Thomas sluggedthe scored 10 of its runs in the wondering whether your best first row: Melanie Morris, I.alll'a' Phase! Teresa llnhbs
awhile. as Coke gained a run A House came back alive winning streak, as they other five. Also Norman'sout third inning profile Is toward the camera. Lone Salazar Virginia and Sharon I llnbl's
off of walks to bring in Craig and the first batter was struck bombed 21-3 over Blalock's hit Blalock's 24-6, Colonial Florist stomped 11- ('1'/1\\lord, Harriett( ll.imni.
Scott tying the game 1-1 in the out but the other three were 1\leat1\larket,0-13, last Friday Colonial Florist, in the lead \0 on Blalock's during the and ('Ill'ri1111.. :Not shown: Kelley (Kretser; "
bottom of the fifth, walked, while Kevin !Miller's night with seven home runs in of second placerolled 12-6 second game as Colonial's .
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and 13 singles, Diane Jordan (C Dean "Norman' STATISTICS 13 0
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FlttDIRT Summer Program Begins Next WednesdayII

The !Recreation Depart- Tiny Tot program will '30 am Age ol the par-
LAND( ment's Summer Program will register its participants from ticipants should be 46. I
begin Wednesday. June 12, !'I I a,m. noon, Wednesday. Regular Summer Programfor a
ROCK with registration scheduled Thursday and (Friday, June the older youngsters, ages AllisChalmers.I I
Frt Estimaf K. L. REEVES OWNE*? for the rest of the week from 9 1214. Sessions will be held on 7-12, will be held each day,
t am. 6 p.m, at the Pratt !Monday Wednesday, and Monday through Friday, 9 Our big ones
Street Center. Friday mornings from 9 + (See Pace: 9))

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ry' roo this lineup of lawn and garden products have to settle for less yardpower. We

I from Allis-Chalmers. Big size lot? You have 5 and 8 hp riding mowers to make

i 452 N. Temple Ave. L i need a tractor with total yardpower built yard care a real pleasure, Or do your-

right in We offer six of them, .8 to 19J4 self a good turn around the yard with I

i I hp And every one features front cenone of four rotary mowers. .19 and I

Grand 1 ter and rear power takeoff capability to 21" cut.
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I Expect Tougher Squad Of BHS Gridders This Fall I I I"We

expect to be a much Prevail who faces the 255 pounds started last yearas him a very good prospect for position and has improved Jerome Reddish, Randy good summer practice shouldsee Letterman Bruce Barnes
tougher team next fall with a challenge of leading the 1974 a tackle and Hurse con- college play. He will be a tremendously for a ninth Williams, and-Robert Brown action next season. fastest man on the team willbe
lot more experience in the line Tornado football team on the siders him to be one of the top junior next season. grader although he needs will be fighting it out for the Letterman Danny Andersonis playing the half back spot
and backfield" states Head gridiron. tackles in this league. The two probably strong strength and speed to be on spot. challenging Thornton for next season.
Tornado Coach David Hurseof "One of the most important Edwards 6'1 and 230 guards for next year will be the varsity," says Hurse. Letterman Malt Hull and the center spot and, according "lie has learned to use his
his upcoming 1974 football things this group has to pounds, has shown good Letterman David Harper and Letterman Donnie Neel is Jimmy Clark will be the two to Hurse, he has shown good speed quite well. Letterman
squad. consider is whether they are improvement this spring and Letterman Alan Norton. fullbacks next year. Hull improvement this spring and Johnny Nichols will be
The 1974 Bradford High willing to do what is requiredin has built his strength and "Both have been showing going tackle to be playing for the played for a half season last should see a lot of action next backing him" up next year at f
squad is loaded with senior order to be successful" quickness. Hurse considers good improvement this Five spot will year be year and has been coming year. half back.
players battling
and Letterman Prevatt
commented along on running Letterman Tommy Reddish Jimmy
lettermen a sprinkling of spring.
Coach Hurse commented it out for the split end spot but blocking according to Hurse. and Glen DeSue will be will be working hard this
junior and rookie on Summer ProgramFrom Letterman Marlon Thorntonwill none has much
each experience at Clark has shown good Improvement playing at the running back summer every day with ex-
quarterback Jimmy Prevatt returning player on be playing at the end the
position. P. J. Jenkins
( Page 8) I this spring and Both quarterback Charlie Green
who played just enough last offense and the new promising spot. are capable runners
season to letter. It was a players at each offensive. a.m. = noon, and 2 6 should be a fine power runner Reddish has missed a lot both working on improving
disappointment to Coach position Morning sessions will f.m. Union WalkA Thon next year. of playing action due to in- themselves for next season.
Hurse last week when a Letterman Donnie Sewell, strictly for instructional Gary Rowe Wayne Scott juries. DeSue runs low and Green is on a scholarship to
combination of events saw the 6'4 and 212 pounds will be a classes and the afternoon and newcomer Scott Pooser has been the most consistent Jones Junior College in
varsity vs. seniors game definite Blue Chip college sessions for Center Activities Set have all been playing as runner on the team this Missibuppi.
cancelled. Hurse wanted prospect with his good speed and special events.Instructions SaturdayLAKE tackles this spring and all with spring.
Prevatt to have the game aggressiveness and a fine will be offeredIn
experience. tight end commented Coach Trampoline Tennis Ar- BUTLER Come 7 Refreshemnts along the 15 CitizensGet
Prevatt will be working this Hurse. chery, Table Tennis, a.m. Saturday morning the mile route will be served and Sr. Gainesville Sets FestivalOn
summer with quarterback Letterman Dale Haas will Billiards, Raquetball, lawn in front of the' Union are being provided by various
Charlie Green, 1973 Tornado be the other experienced tight Ceramics, and Elementary County Courthouse will be individuals and firms. Tax Break I
signal caller who will be end next year. Haas is 6'4,185 Crafts. transformed from its nor- Union Ambulance Service
training for his shot at making pounds and will be seeing Afternoon sessions will mally quiet and tranquil stateas will again be on hand to On Homesteads The SquareExhibits
good his scholarship with considerable action next include most indoor activities people clad in all manner of provide a satety margin for
Jones Junior College in season according to Hurse. such as table games, pool "boots made for walkin" anyone experiencing a The Florida Legislature
Mississippi. As every year Letterman Sheldon Hodge ping pong shuffle board and converge to participate in the problem chewing on what they passed a bill granting senior A "FestivalontheSquare"arts on display will
Coach Hurse places the futureof saw a little action last year at crafts. Special events will year's Second Annual Marchof have bitten off in the 15 mile citizens and disabled personsa and crafts show will be include paintings sculpture
his football team squarelyon the tight end spot when Terry include an overnight campoutfor Dimes WalkaThon.the undertaking as well as $10,000 homestead exemp- staged in the downtown area ceramics drawings
how much his players work Hayes and Haas were both the girls and boys a bike- walkers will begin providing free bandaids for tion on all property taxes. of Gainesville Friday and photographs, leather work,
out on their own during the injured.At hike field day, pet show play- registration just after 7 a.m. blisters. All senior citizens in the Saturday. June 21-22. batik, lithographs and
summer months. the tackles will be Let ground party, track meet, and and the walk a 15 mile trek state will now have their handcrafted furniture and
terman Wallace and other events. Mrs. Faye Fillyaw this homestead exemptions on city other crafts. They will be
Working hard this summeris Gary following the same course as This will be the first
vital for Letterman Tommy Edwards. The program will last from years Walk-a-Thon chairman, and county taxes doubled sidewalk show in shown around the courthouse
young Jimmy last will get under way. Gainesvillein
year has
said that there is still
I Wallace a whopping! 5'11 and June 17 until August 9, a While the emphasis last from $5,000 to $10,000. At the which artists from square and other streets
period of eight weeks. year plenty of time to get out and present time they have a radiating from the cour-
was placed on speed and find Starke, and other
some sponsors to pay $10,000 exemption only on thouse.W. .
turned in, this it surrounding communities, as
money year
participants on behalf of the
appears thai money alone will charitable organization to school taxes. well as many out of state will Deane Lee chairman of
be the consideration with The for disabled be competing for sales and this event, states that out of
make the walk and get into the exemption
prizes being offered only for brand will be increased $2,400 worth of prizes donatedby town exhibitors are especially
NOTE To June Brides competition for a new persons on
II N : -2 I those walkers turning in the 10 speed bicycle to be given to all property taxes from $5,000to Gainesville.the downtown. merchants of petition.invited to enter the com-

most groups money and from firms individuals paying the money.walker turning in the most $10,000.

.' them on a per mile basis to
compete with others in the 4
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A "not need" resolution : 'ASEpNii
approved by the county 1 tF
commissioners was the last of
three steps needed to provide
additional parking space at Ei /
the Bradford County rO"E
/ ..Fairgrounds.The .

unanimously approved the
"not need" resolution Monday -
June 3, at the request of I ---
T. retired f
,. George Huggins / I Ii
county agent representing
the Bradford County Fair

and ALWAYS SHOP AT A Association.Officials of the Fair ,

Association had taken steps I.
some time ago to providesome
! HANDY-WAY relief from congested
parking during the operationof
the annual county fair. With
A the crowds getting bigger
That may not be exactly how it goes, but it from year to year, limited
parking space at the
t is good for young (and older) brides to know fairgrounds had caused '1fp1A111EHee $
automobiles to line both sidesof -

located and offer busy Highway US-301
r that we are conveniently creating a very dangerous
accident hazard.

"park-at-the-door" service. Once inside, you
Officials of the Fair
Association set about the
get our famous "Almost Instant" servicetoo procurement of a 175 foot stripof
land fronting on US-301

!... No extra cost. directly north of the Florida I _II (
, Highway Patrol station to lilt
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relieve their parking problem.On )

COME IN AND GET ACQUAINTED SOON April 22 officials of the I _

FHP granted their approvalas

On May 21 the Florida State
Cabinet in the second step of .
OPEN 7:00 A.M. TO 11:00 P.M. EVERY DAY the action gave their en-
dorsement contingent upon
the adoption of a "not need"
resolution from the county r
nh'K commissioners.In .

Handii-lUai order for the property to :. W{
be turned over to the Fair <.. OPIN aroclI P.CU,
) officials the commissioners II' 101. S24'.ts
agreed to "not need" the Ch swlr.I. bN 11711sCNLdl 'Ia'1s0o

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BROOKER SCHOOL'NEWS IN BRIFF Community News Review Of Hospital Accounts Set I

The Brooker PTA met OFFICERS ELECTED LAKE BUTLER -- Ac- Driggers said the decisionon Maines said that he believedthat
Tuesday night for the end of During the PTA meeting the countants from the Southern the part of the Adventistswas the accountants would be
the year Awards Program and following officers were SCHOOL NEWS celebration to be held June 23. Adventist Health and Hospital reached during a meetingof here to start their "ex-
meeting. elected for the upcoming School will close this week Greater Allen Chapel AME Wednesday, Bible Class and Systems regional office in their regional board in plorations" sometime duringthe
Certificates of award were year: Fred Johns, president; for Adult Basic Classes in the Church, Rev. B. C. Williams, Prayer Meeting. Sunday Orlando will come to reviewthe Orlando on May 30. month of June, though no
given by Guy Wayne Parrish, David Fussell, vice president; various centers for adult pastor. Sunday School starts School at 9:30: morning accounts of Union General Liaison committee memberand date had as yet been specifiedto
James Dorminey, and Todd Betty Hayes, secretary; (students.We hope after a rest the activity at 10 a.m. Morning service at 11. Communion Hospital which closed this County Attorney Hal Y. him.
Wood for perfect attendance. Jackie Johns,treasurer.Betty period every interested adult Service at 11 with the service, 7 p.m.Ebenezer May 13.
Safety Patrol Awards were Hayes will be chairman for will return in the fall for Youth' in charge. Official Baptist Church, past This announcement was w[ AAAr
given to the following: Brenda King, Queen, Prince, and another successful school meeting will be held .m. Rev. Leroy Davis, pastor. made by County Clerk Robert
Dorminey Sheila Starling, Princess Contest, and term. All members are asked to Thursday night of each week Driggers in answer to a SELECT AND PLANT NOW
Virginia Crews was elected as All students in Bradford Bible Class
David Sparks, David Fussell please be present and on time. and Prayer question by local resident,
Tamara Johns, Beth'Hamilton chairman of the Raffle County will be out for the Evening service, 5:30.: Meeting is held. Friday night, Richard "Dick" Pernini, as a.
Susan Douglas, Committee for the 1974 summer on June 7. Pleasant Grove United June 14,Choir No. 2 will be on Pernini appeared before the
Elaine Mott, sergeant; Janine Halloween Carnival. Methodist Church Rev.Willie program at Mt. Zion AME Union Commission at its Roses $329 to $1089
Willingham, lieutenant; Doug NAACP NEWS Stitt, pastor. Weekly services Church, Lawtey, for the Choir regular meeting Tuesday to
Watson, captain; and HIGH SCHOOL CHOIR The regular meeting of the begin with Bible Class Anniversary. Sunday School inquire into the status of the Vibernum $199up
Deborah Green, outstanding The Bradford High School Bradford County NAACP was Tuesday night at 7:30.: Prayer will be held at 9:45.:
patrolman. Choir presented a concert held Tuesday night at New Meeting Wednesday night at 8 Miss Janice Davis is con- and members of
Trustees a
Mrs. Paul, librarian, under the direction of Dr. Bethel Baptist Church. p.m. Church School is held valescing in the hospital. She three man liaison committee Ligustrum $1"UP
Huenink last Thursday is a faithful member of the
recognized all students who each Sunday morning at appointed by Commission
assisted her in the library, and morning. WEDDINGANNOUNCEMENT a.m. with Leo DeSue in church. We are praying for a Chairman. Felton Smith this Fern 279
awards were given to the charge.Mt. speedy recovery, and that she month met with
following students who COUNCIL MEETINGThe Ronnie Lee Austin, son of Morlah United will soon be back on her postof past
the most time in the library spent: regular meeting of the Mr.and Mrs. Robert Austin of Methodist Church, Rev. Willie duty. Little Darrel Jenkins, Adventist's representatives organization from i in the an Palm $999 Schefflera $919
Jeff Wood, Genene Dorminey, Brooker City Commission will Lawtey, was joined in holy Stitt, pastor. Church School son of Mrs.Bertis Robinson, is effort to lease the hospital to
Susanne Morris, Renee Mott be held at the Community wedlock on May 31 to Miss will start at 10 a.m. At 11 a.m. confined to the hospital. We
Brenda Dorminey, Todd, Center on Monday, June 10, at Sharon Yvonne Hancock, the annual Children's Day will hope he will be out soon. the non-profit organization. 10% Off Above Prices
Wood, and David Sparks. 7:30: p.m. The public is invitedto daughter of Mr. and Mrs. be held, which will conclude
Mrs. Potsco presented attend. Jadie Hancock, Jr. of Daytona services for the day.
certificates to Janine Willing- Beach, at the home of the Greater Bethlehem CASH & CARRY TIRE INC.
ham and Doug Watson for DEDAN BAPTIST bride at 7:30: p.m. with Rev. Freewill Baptist Church, Rev.
Baptismal services were Thomas J. Sparks officiating. Williams, pastor.
their assistance in Jasper
kindergarten CONTROLS 38 FRUIT&
held for six members 412 E Call Si 964-5800
during the new Given in marriage by her Ushers Board No. 2 and Choir '
Spelling Awards year. recently at the home of the father,the bride wore a baby No. 3 met Monday night. COMPLETE VEGETABLE PESTS
received by Genene were Dor pastor,Rev. Lacy Conway, on doll gown of white with red Tuesday night, Senior Choir. 77
miney, runner-up, and David Silver Lake. flower trim and she carried a Prayer FRONT END SERVICE REG.S3.95$367REG, 552.105
Fussell, school champion. bouquet of red and white Meeting. night the
PERSONALSMrs. carnations.Miss Ladies Circle meets at the ALIGNMEHTS BALL JOINTS
Pearl Markey visited Janice Hill of Daytona home of Mrs. James Prince. |> TO $00
Mr. Ezzell presented her brother-in-law and sister, Beach was maid of honor and Friday the ladies will sell pies. BRAKE SERVICE Get
awards following educationto Mr.and Mrs. R.K.Dukes, and the bride's only attendant. She Saturday the I Can Circle will TOttCI
the students: their daughter, Diana, of Lake wore a gown similar to the be selling dinners.
Physical Fitness Achieve- Butler, last week. bride's and carried a bouquet Sunday at 11 a.m. Rev. | All Tire Prices Including Trade In Allowance On A
ment Certificates were earned Mr. and Mrs. Allen Green of red and white carnations: Haymon and congregationwill
by David Sparks, Shelia and daughter, Tammy, of Robert Austin, Jr., the render service on behalfof Mounting Balancing New Safer Toro
Starling, Linda Manning, Jill Wildwood, visited their groom's brother, served as the Women's Home
Hayes, Genene Dorminey, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy best man. Mission. League will be held INTERSTATE784PLY GUARDIAN 21" CUT
and Doug Watson. Green, from Thursday to After a short wedding trip, at 4 p.m. Evening Worship, 6 '
Sunday last week. They were the bride plans to completeher KEY LECTRIC
Trophies were awarded to joined by Mrs. Brenda Jones studies in the field of p.m.New Bethel Baptist Church, \
six students whose percentagescore and her son, Adam, of mathematics as a sophomoreat Rev. Leroy Davis, pastor. SELF PROPELLED
was highest in his or her Augusta, Ga.; their daughter, Bethune-Cookman College, I POLYESTER ti GRASS CATCHERINCL.
age bracket. Awards for ten- and Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Greenof Daytona Beach.
year-olds went to Shelia Wildwood on Sunday. The groom is serving in the .
Starling and Paul Copeland. Roy Green was admitted to U. S. Air Force at Chanute A78x13 4 For 6800 ;.,'
11-year-olds were Linda Alachua General Hospital on AFB, Chanute, 111. He is a SENIORCITIZENS ,. MODEL $22995
Manning and David Sparks.12yearolds Monday for eye surgery. We graduate of Bradford High E78x14 4 For *80' F 217111
Beth Hamilton wish him a speedy recovery.Mr. School.
and Gary Davis. and Mrs. Herbert Story F78x 14 4 For *87 NO.16273
Mr. and Miss Physical and daughter, Blenda, of CHURCH NEWS 21" WHIRLWIND
Education Awards were givento Groveland, spent the weekend G78x 14
the boy and girl in the 6th with Mrs. Ruby Hayes. They \Mt. Zion AME Church, Rev.R. 4 For $9200 SELF PROPELLED $15995G78x
grade whose efforts stood out were joined Sunday by Mrs. L. Bethel, pastor, Lawtey, CLAY COUNTY 15 WITH BAG
during the year, and who have Hayes' brother-in-law and Fla. Services will begin with LEADS THE WAYA
shown considerable improve- sister, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Sunday School at 10 a.m. Senior Citizens Center will :
ment. They are Gary Davis Bishop, of Jacksonville. Morning service at 11. Afternoon open July 1 at the Clay County H78x 14 We Take Mowers In Trade
and Janine Willingham. Mr. Mrs. George Raborn was service, 4 p.m': The Courthouse in Green Cove H78x15 1 4 For '984S
Ezzell expressed gratitude to back in church last Sunday. Choir anniversary will be held Springs. Through the effortsof Regardless of ConditionGARDEN
those parents who made the Wo were sorry to hear that she Friday night, June 14, at 7:30.: Leecie Doyle, organizer of FET From 'p8 To *2M
special physical education had been in the hospital. The public is invited to attend the County s Council for
activities possible by Prayer List: Roy Green, this Gospel sing-out. Aging, a $26,000 state and |I Bank Americard I Financing LO.IDA
providing transportation and George Raborn, George Plans are in the making for federal grant has made this I Also Available :. EST CENTER
contributing their support. Tetstone. the annual Men's Day center possible. She said
workers will assist in putting i ONIIOL 539 East Call St.
elderly citizens in touch with I 412 E. Call St. Starke
.............................,. other community agencies &ttswtu C& PH. 964-5745
such as medical, transportation -
housing, and other

: SEE IT TO BELIEVE ITIia :I I were services.issued Identification to the aging cards to

.I enable them to ride Duval
County buses for a lOc fare.
I Food Stamp allotments will c ty

! : SALE :I be persons increased now as receiving of July 1.Food All

I Stamps should go to the office
.I at 102 E. Call St. and reapply
0 for this much-needed in-
SPACIOUS .I crease. If you know someone
.I who needs Food Stamps, tell
them to call or visit the officein
s Starke. We hate to think of
.I any American going to bed
I hungry at night.Delegates .
Central Florida County of
Senior Citizens met at Pratt YOU MIGHT LO EaR
: 24X60 DELUXE DOUBLEWIDE : Street Recreation Center on
June 3 for the election of of-
30x 58- 30 x 11' ficers and to organize a
WINDOW wlNO w coalition of all Florida Senior TEES AND BALL MARI Citizens organizations.It .. A 3
.8. was good to see Pete and w

; fAMILY ROOM KITCHEN VINYL I tion.Lilly Pete Johnson is recovering back in circula-from a NO ONE F HrfS EVER LOST A

oPOUeu VINYL yp recent illness and is working
WASxFW DIrtAv hard on getting well again.

t10 WITH LIVING CARPET AWM J. House is Chairman better Bill PENNY IN A S1MIMGS1CCOUMT! WITtt US.
e-:. MASTEA 13 A CLOSET LOSET I 3H 8. from Richards a recent getting accident. Karl

BEDROOM BEDROOM 10' BEDROOM 94' DINE TTE : 3 and Ada Hoist also Amelia
: 1JII Hoffmanaremending well.
J S Best wishes from all of us. The Guaranty Federal Invitational is
BED BED BED 9'---a. --13'3'
A Ed and Lilly Roberts now in full swing. And if golf is your
cI. celebrated their 50th wedding
30 A 30' >58" JO">M" JO"\ 'i 58" 30' x 58"30' x58" anniversary with us. They game, stop by any Guaranty Federal
INDOW WINDOW WINDOW WINDOW WINDOWWINDDW supplied the cake and ice office and ask for your free tees and

MODEL 253D 60' x 24' cream. Good health, good ball marks ... a gift to you from us!
(Overall length Includes hitch) luck, and much happiness
along the
We will meet June 11 at 1p.m. While you're picking up your free tees
I at the Pratt Street Rec and ball marks, it's a good time to open -

i $10,955 I with Venter.it. Senior Come along Citizens and is get big SAVINGS INFORMATI or add to a high interest savings

I news and an organization plan at Guaranty Federal! It's a guaranteed -
much needed today. Type of Account Mia Imettment MM. Term Annual Rate Annual'yield safe investment!
:I -Joe Kerrigan Passbook SaY tlIS !None !None 525' S.39'/o
: Over 1300 sq. ft. of living space I New Certificate! 1.000 18 Days 5.TSto 592'". Since( 1934 when Congress established
New Certificate 1.000 1 Hear '.50' &.12'
", Federal
: Give Yourself New Certificate 1.000 2'/' Years 898'o The Savnnsoand( Loan I Insurance
: 13 x 24 Living Room, A N.w.r took tew Certificate 11,000Tears 1.10'0. ', 7.79'o; has ever lost
a penny in a savings account insured
: Bedrooms Family Room : by this of the Federal Govern-
3 I Mien earnings are allowed to compound daily agency

_A substantial interest is for early withdrawal on certificate savings are insured up to
penalty require
: 20$2OOYour Federal (Interest
: 1 % Baths Utility Room at Guaranty
is compounded daily!

: Walk-in Closet in Master BR :
Gainesville: 220 N. Main You may lose the tees and ball marks,

3501 W.UnivtrsityAve. but you'll never lose a penny in a say
: Home Type Windows : 3300 S.W.Archtr Road ings account at Guaranty Federal ...

Stjrke: 395 W. Madison that's what makes the Guaranty Feder.

: Total Electric : Update Your Keystone Heights: Lawrence Blvd and Sylvan Way al Invitational the best game in town!

'. See.Mark Olin Today lie Is Ready To Save You Money Image...

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 9 A.M. 8 P.M. SUNDAYS 1 P.M. 6 P.M. A contemporary

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Judge Tolles FBLA ChapterBanquet'Held

I . . LA WTEY. . . .. Services Set

.J: By Elizabeth Terry For ThursdayJudge F i The Bradford High School
: Chapter of Future Business
tanooga, Tenn. spent the week Martha Smith, Robyn and Claremont Irving Leaders of America held its
CHURCH ACTIVITIES with her grandparents, Mr. Scott Tinsler attended Tolles, 81, of Melrose, died Annual Awards Banquet on
and Mrs. Bill Payne onSkinner's graduation ceremonies at Tuesday in a Gainesville Thursday evening, May 30, in
Church of God Sunday Lake. She will then Trinity Christian Academy on hospital. He had been a the Bradford High School
School, 10 a.m. Worship and visit her Saturday night.This was their resident of Melrose since his Cafeterja._
to Lawtey
Services, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. come grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. first graduation.Mrs. retirement 40 years ago, and w
YPE and Prayer Meeting Harold Eunice, and other Geneva Redding of was a member of Trinity : ;: Guest speaker for the
Saturday at 7:30: 7:30: p.m. relatives. Wildwood and her sisters, Episcopal Church. He was a banquet was Miss Cynthia
Faith Baptist Church Friends of Mrs. P. L. Bertice and Vergie, were member of the ConnecticutBar .Collins, State FBLA Presidentfor
Radio Program over WPXE Dinkins regret to learn that afternoon guests of Mr. and Association and Shepherd 197475. She explained the
Starke, 8 a.m. Sunday. Bible she is patient in Bradford Mrs. Les McClellan on Sun- Lodge No. 58 F. and A. M. purposes of FBLA and what
School, 10 a.m. Worship County Hospital, Room 208. day. Other guests were Mr. Surviving are his wife, her\ duties were as FBLA
Services, 11 a.m. and 7:30: She would appreciate hearing and Mrs. Cohen Peele of Virginia Harrison Tolles, of president.
School Bible Doctrine,
p.m. on from her friends. Our love and Jacksonville.Mrs. Melrose; one daughter, Mrs.
Tuesday 8 p.m. at Pastor'shome are with her. Lorie Hightower of St. Inez Clark, Southbury, Conn.; : ; : Awards were presented to
Prayer Meeting Bible Lynn Boch was a guest of Marys, Ga. 'called on Miss one son Fremont Tolles, j five members who won honorsat
Wednesday, 7:30: p.m. his uncle and aunts, Mr. and Arhurine Blanchard Monday Keystone Heights; and two I 7y,4 f district contest. These
Study. Mrs. Virgil Giiffis and family, afternoon.Mr. grandchildren.Funeral were: Sandy Mann, first place
Grace United Methodist and Mrs. Maines Griffis and and Mrs. Henry Hodges services will be w (for' Data Processing; Jan
Church Sunday School, 9:45: children of Palatka on and family spent the weekend held at 11 a.m. Thursday in % Searle, first place for Public
a.m. Worship Services, 11 Saturday.Mrs. vacationing in Tennessee. Trinity Episcopal Church Speaking; Joy Andrews, third I
a.m. and 7 p.m. WednesdayMYF H.L. Barfield returned They left Friday and visited Melrose with Rev. Fred 1 ,7' place for Miss FBLA, Cindy
at 7 p.m. followed by home from St. Vincent's Oprey Land, U.S.A. Attended Yerkes conducting. Intermentwill *Z ; 'AY 4 c Mi. \ Cissy, third place for Junior
Choir Practice at 7:30.: Hospital, Jacksonville, on services on Sunday in follow in the Melrose Clerk Typist, and Janet
Highland Baptist Church Thursday after spending a Knoxville, Tenn. and camped Cemetery with Masonic ritesat McCrary won first- in Junior
Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. week there. We are glad to Sunday night in the edge of the graveside. DeWitt C. Stenographer at district and
Worship Service, 11 a.m. that she is much better. Smokey Mountains. They Jones Funeral Home of won hfth at the FBLA State
Choir Practice, 6:30: p.m. report Mr. and Mrs. Wade returned home Monday.Mr. Keystone Heights is in chargeof ". ,., Leadership Conference in
Evening Service, 7:30: p.m. and Mrs. Doc Thomasof Jacksonville.
Ovid arrangments.In
and Mrs.
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Gaskins Denmark, ,Mr.Mr. and Mrs. Theo Jacksonville visited their lieu of flowers, the family .:': .... ,:::: :;;
7:30.: Basford, Mr. and Mrs. cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Harold requests that friends who wish ., '., r' "lj, Awards of appreciationwere
Northside Baptist Services Church 11- Charles Burnett, and Mr. and Eunice, Monday.Mrs. may contribute to the Trinity ..;::1 \ .;,. ', \ I'f i. v6l +I presented to Gregory
10 a.m. Worship Mrs. Earl Denmark of Joyce Futch of Church Memorial Fund, or I 4:1C: '1' .. :as:' .. Alvarez, Principal Charles
a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Prayer Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Blackshear Ga. called on her Fred Yerkes for the Boy Scout Francis, and Dean Students
Meeting Wednesday at 7:30. Miss Elizabeth Charles Hall for having
George Shuford and family, sister, Terry program.
Bible School will
Vacation afternoon.Mr. contributed guidance and
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Starling,
be held at the church starting and Mrs. Dan Jackson .and Mrs. Phil Eunice of support to our FBLA
June be 6:45 17 to through 9 21.Classes Hours from will and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Graham were guests of their Rep. Bill Gunter Mrs. Mildred Lawson, center, new president of the School Food Service: Association; program. I
: p.m.
Kindergarten through Adults. Glen Starling Lane and Carter family, Mr.and parents Eunice ,Sunday Mr. and afternoon.Mrs. Harold Elizabeth Dean, left, secretary-treasurer, and Blonnie Derkman vice-president.: A most "Outstanding FBLAl1ember"
and Mrs. Discusses
Everyone welcome. of Gainesville, and Mrs. Kay Stephenson of award was I
family, Mildred Lawson Is PresidentOf presented to Miss Rhoda
PERSONALSMr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carter Macclenny spent a few days Domestic IssuesU. Mrs.
their mother, Mrs. with her grandmother, Mrs. Jones for superior per-
surprised Reddish. S. Bill Gunter New School Food Service GroupMrs. formance in all of the activities -
and Mrs. Glen Shuford Lois Carter, with a supper on Bryant Rep. affiliated with the
her birthday anniversary last Mrs. Ronnie McClellan and Orlando Democrat, who is
and family and Mrs. Hester Saturday night. sons, Paul and Darren, of seeking the U. S. Senate seat Mildred Lawson was The group has met monthly stated that standard Class A KBLA chapter this year.
weekend with
Hicks spent the and Mrs. Jack Kuhne and John, Vidalia, Ga. spent the now held by Sen. Edward installed as president of the during the term just end- meals served in school Certificates of Merit for
her son-in-law daughter weekend with her parents, and answered Bradford County School Food door- cafeterias cost approximately participation in KBLA activities
and Mrs. Floyd Martin of and Miss Margie Ann Den- Gurney, spoke ing, and tips are
Beach. man, of Green Cove Springs, Mr. and Mrs. Mack Sweat of questions at a coffee held last Service Association at a dinated between different $1 in September, but have were presented to Jan
South Daytona They and were guests of her brother-in- the State Farm, and Mr. and Friday morning in the Pecan meeting of the newly formed schools on the most efficient been reduced, despite rising Scarle, Kim Hodges, Rhoda
carried their of the camper time at the law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Les McClellan.Mr. Room of the Garden organization Monday night in and tasteful preparation of meat and food costs, to approximately .Jones, Verease Patrick, Janet
spent part Wm. Mobley, of Tampa. They and Mrs. J. F. Restaurant. Hosts on this the BHS cafeteria. food items. The group also 72 cents now. McCrary, Cindy Gissy and
beach. Mae Wells and Miss canned tomatoes while there. Robertson attended servicesat occasion were Mr. and Mrs. J. Elected to service with Mrs. supports legislation that Eve Futch.The .
Mrs. Blanchard visited Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Moore Etionah Baptist Church, D. Odom. Lawson for the coming year would improve school lunch The decrease is partly due
Arthurine Esther Mason of and Bob of Lake City were near Palatka, on Sunday. Gunter told the approximately are Blonnie Derkman, vice- menus and facilities. to reduced meat prices in t
Jacksonville Miss Thursday.Mr. Sunday dinner guests of their Jeanne Lee, Mildred. Tye, 50 Democrats president, and Elizabeth recent food bids, says Food -
.and Mrs.on Emory Eunice parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred and Vickery Jones of the attending the meeting that the Dean, secretarytreasurer.There Guest speaker for the in- Service Coordinator Betty word "bank" is derived -
and family of Chattanooga, Moore. Lawtey post office were ir. U. S. should stop buying are approximately 30 stallation was Supt. Jim Gehringer. from the Italianword
Tenn., were guests of their Mr. and Mrs. Truman Jacksonville on Thursday Venezuela's sugar if that members of the SFSA, the Temple who complimented, But the reduction also came "banca," meaning. bench,
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Norman, Roger and Dennis night and were given a tour country refuses to lower its primary concern of which is the food service staff for doingan about, Miss Gehringer says, on which Italian moneychangers
Eunice, other relatives and Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie of West Bay Annex:, viewing crude oil prices. He said he the quality and quantity of excellent job with such a "because everybody worked did business in
friends, Friday to Monday. Teston, Mr. and Mrs. Randy some of their new mechanized will introduce in the House of food served each child in limited budget for food pur- hard at it. They really pitchedin the street centuries ago.
Cub Scouts met at the homeof Hayes and Terry of Hampton, equipment for cancelling and Representatives an amend- Bradford County School chases this year. Temple and tried to do it."

Mr.and Mrs. Bill Anders on Miss Susan and Sanderson Mr. and Mrs.of sorting Mr. and mail.Mrs. Jim Wise and ment to the Sugar Act Exten- -cafeterias.- -- -- - - - .. .. .. . . . . . ..
Thursday. This will be their Raiford, sion to stop the "out of hand --- - - -
last meeting until fall.J. Wayne Teston and daughter sons visited Miss Dorothy political and economic black-
C. Prevatt, Jr. of gathered at the home of their Swanbom Sunday afternoon.Mrs. mail" in Venezuela's high
Gainesville visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl .Wise is a former teach at prices on crude oil essential to
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Teston and family for a Lawtey. The Wises are in Florida's energy supply."I .
Prevatt on Friday. barbecue celebrating their Gainesville now while Mr. believe in world trade,"
Mrs. Edna Moore, Mrs. mother's birthday an- Wise is on sabbatical leave Gunter said, "but too many
Judy James and son, Benny niversary on Thursday from his teaching position at countries try to stick it to our
of Fort Myers, Mrs. EdwardRoberts I evening.Mr. the University of Missouri. consumers with high prices. Sawyer Blade
will be in
and Mrs. Clyde The Wises "
Tim and Bobby, and We need to take action.
Mrs. Beulah Norman were Wainwright and family of Gainesville until July. In a question and answer

Sunday dinner guests of her with Eaton Park their spent mother the weekend, Mrs. ............................. local period, critics Gunter agreed with I IAmerica's
son, Wayne Norman, at concerning Gas & Air Conditioning
Kinglsey Lake. On Monday Wilma Wainwright. I Reminder For Women : abuses in the food stamp :
they were dinner guests of her Mrs. Onie Thornton of program. He said the basic
grandson 'and daughter, Mr. Auburndale and Mrs. Pierce You don't have to announce, idea was good, in helping any
and Mrs. Louie Johns of Crews attended Homecomingat the fact, but if you are over 40,,' family who actually needed
Brooker. Sardis Baptist Church, the American Cancer Societ), assistance in maintaining an
Leroy Lovett of Jackson- Worthington Springs, with hopes that you will see yow. adequate diet. He said it was
ville was a Sunday evening their sister, Mrs. Waldo physician if you notice any unusual wrong, however, if any able-
dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Pringle.Mrs. bleeding discharge,, bodied people are refusing to
Dobbs, Sandy, ; No. 1 Air Conditioner
Peggy .!
Harold Eunice. It need not be cancer but it. work while obtaining food
Darlene Eunice of Chat Mike, Chris, April Stephens, should be checked out. stamps and other welfare

assistance. Carrier Maker


Tax Payer of Bradford County: 1

In compliance with Florida Statutes Chapter 73-173 (House Bill 1331)) and directive from

the Florida Department of Revenue, we have reappraised ALL properties in Bradford

County for 1974, at 100% of today's market value, present worth, present replacement.cost
(less depreciation).Remember sales indicate Value. Even though your property did not sell,
by comparing similar property which sold, we have been able to get a good estimate of
present value.

.This reappraisal was not a matter of choice, but a matter following the law which we feel Gas Furnace & Air ConditioningAlso $1390
we have complied with. Failure on our part to comply with the law and directive, would
mean the rejection of Bradford County's 1974 Tax Roll by the Revenue Department, which Electric I & Oil Furnaces Available i I PLUS NECESSARY WIRING
would result in No funds for the operation of the County.

Centrally Located
This has been a tremendous task, we honestly feel we have met every requirement chargedto 80,000
us by law ALL values have gone up and your TAXES will go UP if the millage is not 24,000
reduced. 7 Outlets BTU

BTU Cooling Gas Furnace
Our position on complaints will be handled as follows: 1 Return

Call Today For FreeEstimate
1. If you can prove beyond any reasonable doubt that your property would not sell

for what we have it assessed, we will review our figures.

2. If we have made a mechanical error we will correct same. .
3. If we can not come to any reasonable conclusion, we will provide you with a com-
plaint form to go before the Tax Board of Adjustment which will meet July 25that

9:00: A. M in the County Commission Room, in the Court House. 9647701Sawyer "

We will not be stampeded into any situation where the results would be a massive change of

values. Remember even though the Tax Board of Adjustments grants reduction the
reduction will be reviewed by the Revenue Department and every change must be approvedby Slade

them.In .

conclusion, we would suggest that you consider well the present value of your propertyand

upward.our value, before making any drastic move a review could possibly change the value Gas Er Air Conditioning

Remember our responsibility is value, not taxes.Your Tax Rate (Millage) is set by: Board of 332 W. Madison Starke

County Commissioners,Board of Public Instruction and City Councils.

Anytime that we may be of service to you,please feel welcome to call on us.

Very truly yours

W. All Makes Of Air Conditioning

Gene Long IGLvs'.''a. ..j.I.',.'. {\' ...::, ..,,;.. ,I I i S.'rVIC' Room Units Ta C.ntrai'.

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: ; Call Us For Fast, Professional Air ConditlonlngServlce, _
... '9&4-77D.

P.S. Value change notices will be mailed about July 8th., ,

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Hjabnar Jane McMillan Harriet Gwen Faulkner Charles Edwin BUock ''Jency Evelyn Watson Mazy Susan Peerssll Carol Lynn Beam Darlene lIobbN Stephen Phillip Hall

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Steven Robert Register Junes Aaron Davis, Jr. Robin Lynn Williams Diann Francis Moore Mary Kathryn Casey Debbie Scott

Class Roster

DeVerne Aaron President.\. . . . . . Mark Hodges
John ..AndrewsJoy : James Martin Brown

Iii Andrews Vice President . . . James Chandler Linda Gaye Buckley
Larry David Andrews Paul Elisha Canova tet.

Linda Darnell Allen Secretary . . . . . Darlene Hobbs Darlene Carter UIEOfH
Mary Kathryn Casey
Joseph Bennie Bakken
Debra Ann Barber Treasurer . . . . . Sandra Ebling Edgar James Cauley F F I
Olilyeous Carolyn Barber Nancy Causey The community needs
day' Cliff Howard Barnett James E. Chandler your talents and energy
It's a g we salu1e Carol Lynn Beam CLASS FLOWER Michael LeRoy Clark Grads Set your .
Rose goals and getHURSTSHELL going.ou
George Lee Bennett John Ervin Clemons
y Herbert Marshall Cloversettle
Preston Lee Bennett CLASS SONG
Catherine Ann Birt "Colour My World" Katrina Diane Coleman
Sherry Marlene Birt Deborah Denese Coley
Charles Edwin Blalock CLASS COLORS Robin Gail Corbin
BLALOCK'SMEAT Patricia Ann Bowen ,. Scarlet and Grey Ernest Simon Cowart 210,S. Temple
Starke Fla
MARKET Kevin Marcus Bradley Charles Ray Crawford
731 N.Lake St. Mark LeGrand Branson ..', .. r'' CLASS MOTTO Randall Tyra Crawford 964.6111 ,
.'.tarl Darrell Brown : Debra Glennette Crews
"6725 Stephen
James Andrew Brown : Lucinda Cruce
Robyn Tinsler Mr.Jerry McGriff Nanette Denyse Tomlinson
Mrs. Theresa Schlosser
Mr.Mike Reddish ".
Mrs.Julie Fuller
Mrs.Melba Howard
Mrs.Inez Harvey
j Mr.Charles Francis


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Best ofeverything. 111fL! Congratulations .

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'II ,\I Paul Clifton Hutchins, Jr. Donald Dewitt Loper Deborah Ann Shuford Janet Louise McCrary James Ervin Johns Herbert Marshall Cloyersettle

Class Roster James Lawrence Gissy Janet Susan Ililliard

Dora Ann Glisson Cherie Lynn Hinton
Alvaughn Ricardo Golden ,'. Darlene] Hobbs
: Donna Yvonne Davis
Joe Nathan Gordon Bette Elaine Hodges
= .:i James Aaron Davis, Jr. Janette Graudon Mark Anthony Hodges '
Clara Jean Dean
Charles Robert Green
V11e11 Done Rodney Eric Holland
Deborah Ann Deaver
Karron Gail Greene
Brenda Carol Holmes
Grads Marjorie Ann Denman Clararether Griffin
Charles Wesley Holtzendorf
ie James Alvin DeSue Glenn Leroy Griffin Paul Clifton Hutchins, Jr.
"; ._ Martha Joyce DeSue Pamela Joyce Griffin James Harvey Hutchinson
y Vivian Carol DeSue Gerald Edwin Griffis Donald Wayne Jackson
f David William Devore
r Karen Elaine Griffis
Shelia Denise Dobbs Lamar Edward Griffis o

We salute your Gregory Austin Dodd Leonard Victor Griffis :+,' HAPPY

achievement and wish Marian Dell Dowling Jennifer Ann Haas ;' __ _
you continued success.WOODBURN'SGEM Kathleen Mazelle DuBose Nolle Mae Hall '' '{

Stewart Zeno Duncan Richard Wayne Hall f' r j

Sandra Ebling Ronald Joe Hall
Larry Franklin Edwards Stephen Phillip Hall = / :"'' r i

Sandra Elaine Edwards Clifford Ray Hand {, i
Zachary Randolph Edwards Anna Marie Hankerson /
David Benjamen Eunice
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Emory Dewayne
109 E. Call
Stake. Fla. Harriet Gwen Faulkner James Joseph Harmon 1
Susan Maria Faulkner William Larry Harris
964-5211 '' graduation
Janet Clare Fili
Terry Michael Hayes ?,r
James William Frampton Stella Ann Hazen ?' DAY
Nancy Ann Fullwood Gregory Brian Hendrieth
4 Charles Kenneth Fuqua Jacqueline Henderson E "UItWilliam ; ...

David George Teresa Mae Herndon
fd 'EeauU/ Lacainear You're tops
lIil.1 us, Class of '74.
Linda Kay Hill And you're your
Lots of luck
way to a fair share
Mildred Delores Hill of lile'a,,' good things, From here on

1 You've done
.. it, Grads.Congratulations..

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Grads. Best of luck

in future endeavors. You're on your way, grads ,

to bigger and better things. Sucudaa

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i On this day of achievement,
o our sincere best wishes.

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Honor Graduates'

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Judy Dianne Loper Huron Gail Greene Johanna Lisa Newman Charles Ray Crawford Nancy Ann FuHwood Linda Darnell Allen Charles Robert Green Robyn Tinder

Irene Sellers
F Linda Sellers

u Edmond Adams Sewell

;, ;,, ,, ', ? Nathan Kelly Shannon
1r1'' ':"E"' Sandra Sue
w;f'M' ; ;; Sheppard
Lawrence John Sherman

l' J,1 w a 1 ,-. Deborah Ann Shuford

William David George David William Devore Joy Louise Andrews Vicky Elaine Lazenby Jennifer Ann Ilaas Jeremiah Johnson

Class Roster Hjalmar Jane McMillan Betty Sue Padgett Sally Ann Torode

Jeffrey Scott McRae William Rufus Padgett Forrest Eugene Trisler
Fredrick Arthur Jackson Theresa Mae McWilliams Paul Douglas Parsons Bruce Alan Tucker

Roxann Jackson Nathan Mack Richard Kent Passwater Debra Joy Vickery
June Patricia Jarvis Gail Loretha Marks Lou Warren
Becky Payne Shelton Randy
Steve William Jenkins Charles Edward Mathew !{ Mary Susan Pearsall Jency Evelyn Watson

Dale Clendon Johns Eugene Michael Meng James Michael Perkins Steven Matthew Weissinger
James Ervin Johns Gerald Paul
Donna Susan Prevatt Charlotte Diane Whitehead
Jeremiah Johnson : Sallye Ann Meng
; George Fonzo Prevatt Curtis Lee White
Ernest Randall Jones' Marilyn Vickie Monroe Peter Webster Puckett Tommy James Whitfield
Ivory James Jones Cynthia Gail Moore f
Pamela Renea Rayburn Berenda Joyce Williams
Virginia Lee Jones Diann Francis Moore I, Stephen Robert Register Abie C. Williams

Horace Bisby King Patty Morris Emma Jean Reid David Williams, Jr.
Terry Lynn Kite V Gloria Jean Mosley i: Irvin Eugene Rhoden Larry B. Williams

Teressa Lynn Lambas .'\, Ricky Marvin Mott Deborah Gale Ritch Robin Lynn Williams

Vicky Elaine Lazenby i ,. Marvin James Myers Terry Lamar Roberts Michael Winstead

Stuart Lee Lester '.. ;, Deborah Napier ; Wallis Ross Irving Taylor Young
Catherine Lewis Johanna Lisa Newman /I'
Lynne Juanita Sanders Linda. Marie Pressley
Wanda Ann Stephen Randall Noegel
Lindsey Joe Dowling Sapp Jr. Loretta Ann Starling
Donald Dewitt Telia Kay Norman
Loper Randall Eugene Scoggins Judy Lucille Stewart
Judy Dianne Loper Edwin Charles Norton Curtis Brian Scott Stuart Frow Strickland
Janet Louise Leon Thomas Odom in
Debra Gayle Scott Martha Ellen Struth
John McCutchen Lawrence David Oglesby Eve Crystelann Searcy Larry Gene Sullivan
loa Eileen McDougald Howard Michael Osteen Clinton Carl Sellers Carol Elaine Sweat

Patricia Yvonne Tetstone

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.-C:..,Jtndrtaf'ioii' : Grads! Brenda Gail Thompkins
f ... Alan Wayne Thornton

/ \ [fag, Kathy Nell Thornton
Landa Joye Thornton

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those who do things' the best ol Set n
a moment to remember. with community. We're all '
which most need doing everything go you.
Good luck, Gads' We join family and friends proud of you.
In sincere congratulations. ; :

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Great Idea

Whose Time Has ComeBradford J.I 1
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County farmers and gardeners new ones while buying fresh turnip .,,,rte, ratrn

as well as Mr. and Mrs. Consumer greens or a bottle of hard-to-get

had an enjoyable (and profitablefor homemade sugar cane syrup?
both) get-together at the Bradford

State Farmers Market last Thursdayand These are just a few of the fringe w.w 1 I+. L

Saturday. benefits to be enjoyed while buying
crispy fresh cucumbers by the bushel for Farmers Market Busy Again .

Helping the growers get rid of their pickling or tender string beans for

surplus produce, and helping the freezing. The main benefit, of course, is
housewife buy fresh fruits and that important one of saving every
vegetables at an economy price, the nickel or dime possible in these times of

" newly inaugurated produce market hit a dwindling dollar value. Recycling Unit
responsive chord and brought a good :
rig ; a -
turnout of consumers to buy the pro- We are pleased that plans are already J -d1 To Visit
ducts offered by some 15 to 20 producersof being considered for operating the r r SquareReynolds

homegrown items. market three days a week instead of the
present two. If this plan materializes, it Metals Co. will
bring its popular aluminum
The scene recalled the old days when will be open every Tuesday (at hours to recycling mobile unit to

the market here was a beehive of activity be announced); each Thursday from 4 to a Bradford Square, Highway

during the spring vegetableseason 7 p.m.; and on Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 301, on Tuesdays, June 11 and
and proved once again the 4 p.m. :. r 25 from 10 a.m. to 11:-30 a.m.,
fallacy of the general belief that farm where the public will be paid
15 cents a pound for all-
ing is a thing of the past in Bradford The homegrown produce market is aluminum cans.
County. It proved once again the truthof such a natural that the wonder is it

the old slogan, once used on Chamberof wasn't started long ago. Be that as it Paul Hayden, regional

Commerce literature mailed from may, the time seems ripe now for such a recycling manager for
Reynolds, said the unit will
here: "Bradford County, Where Soil venture with food costs continuing to operate at that location to

Rewards Toil." spiral, and the ever-increasing difficultyof s, y accept all-aluminum cans
obtaining truly fresh produce for the only. Hayden explained that
It also proved once again that the table. Reynolds is not equipped to
Market Manager Bob Allen greets an early arrival with a handle other metals.
housewife loves a bargain (especially in truck and trailer filled with varied fruits and vegetables Jay his Mumau three-acre weighs up a six-pound head of cabbage grownon
these inflated times) and likes to "see Also, with the decline of large-scale garden plot at Penney Farms The mobile unit is stationedat

and feel" the products she is buying, farming and strawberry growing in the Reynolds Recycling Plantin

especially in these packaged days county, it is also important to find a Jacksonville, at 3384
when everything is wrapped and readyto justifiable use for the new farmers Phillips Highway. At the

go before the consumer has a chanceto market, constructed here by the state County Agents By :J r into plant chips, the cans, loaded are onto processed box-

see what she is getting for her money. after the old wooden platform was Bobby cars and shipped to one of

destroyed by fire several years ago. Notebook Reynolds smelting plants
Where else, except at a market like Taylor ( Here the chips are melted
down and cast into aluminum
this, could you buy Silver Queen corn If you think the produce market is a ingots. Most of the recycled
thirty minutes after it has been broken good idea (and who doesn't?) then come aliminum is used in the

._' from the stalk in the field, and rush it to out this Thursday and Saturday and Our Farmers Retail Market There was more variety and I production of new beveragecans
the boiling pot before it loses any of that patronize it. Lack of patronage is the has had a successful start, and volume of vegetables i .

delicious sweetness and tenderness? only thing that could make it fail like a buyers and sellers seem to be available Saturday morning. rs. 4 1 "Many groups, clubs,
pleased with the initial sales
Growers had white and
lot of other ideas that have
good not last week. i l4 churches and schools have
Where else could you buy white received sufficient public support. sweet beans, corn cucumbers, tomatoes, potatoes, green, found our aluminum recycling

scalloped squash and have the grower The Thursday afternoonsale onions, cabbage, peas, squash program an excellent funds and methodof
himself tell you how to prepare it in There are too many benefits involved had about 15 different and greens. There was also raising a community service performing -

three different tasty waysincluding for everyone concerned for this venturenot folks with a fair variety of homemade syrup, pickles, hot through the anti-litter
stuffing it to bake with hamburger meat to succeed. We predict that the produce such as corn, pepper sauce, and potted benefits" Hayden said.

filler, like you would stuff peppers? market will get bigger and better until it cucumbers tomatoes, and green new potatoes.beans, plants on store hand effect.to give ageneral One pound of aluminum is

becomes a Bradford County institution, The initial rush of buyers equivalent to approximately
Where else could you take time to and one that we would not want to part cleaned out most trucks the The next sales will be at 4 23 cans.
"chew the fat" with old friends and make with. first hour. p.m. to 7 p.m ( today )
Thursday, June 6, and 10 a.m. An all-aluminum can is
to 4 p.m., Saturday, June 8.
Most growers said they would Laivtcy Correctional Center easily recognized in that it has
no side seams and is nonmagnetic -
be back to both sales and
would have even more varietyof Assists Cancer DriveL Steel cans have a
noticeable and pronouncedseam
. items for sale than they had ,
last week. "' running down the side

D. Crawford (right) In addition to this com from top to bottom.
This market is a good placeto supervises a car washing and munity service, the men have
Ltke get a small supply of fresh waxing project at the Lawtey also been assisting with In order for the mobile unit
\ vegetables for the table, or Community Correctional painting and repairing the old to handle a maximum load, it
you can buy in quantity for Center, being conducted for Bradford County Courthouse, is recommended that the cans
L processing by pickling, benefit of the Bradford County as well as assisting with be flattened.In .
canning or freezing. I hope Cancer Fund Drive upkeep of the grounds.
you will stop by the market Men at the center have Anyone who would like a addition to searching out
4L6fq today or Saturday. washed and waxed 34 cars to good wash and wax job, as aluminum cans along high-
j date, at $10 each, for a total of well as assisting the Cancer ways, streets and recreation
Vegetable growers are $340, all donated to the Lawtey Fund Drive may call the area Hayden suggested that
r { experiencing some problemswith division of the drive with Mrs.Center, 782-3811, for pick-up aluminum cans, TV dinner
a insects and diseases on Dave Shuford as chairman. and delivery service. trays and pie pans be
their crops. Calls indicate that separated from the other
w the main diseases that are refuse in the home. The
,, i, by active are leaf-spots, wilts, aluminum may be saved for
blights, and rusts. There has worthwhile organizations
been more root and stem rots HOME NOTESFROM involved in aluminum can
active this year than in recent drives, or simply brought to
H growing seasons.Commercially. YOUR EXTENSION 'HOME,1 the mobile unit by the in-
I::. F. (Bub) Carter and Edwin Starling both veteran dividual.
Law ley growers, discuss merits of Carter's sweet corn. A pick-up truck full of springtime color is brought to the there are *Mft&. ECONOMICS AGENT 1( -
market by William F. Moss, Crosby Lake gladioli grower. specific fungicides ..
specific diseases on rLe Plan construction
specific crops. However, for ; BY KATHY BROWN procedures so that each difficult -
the gardener, a broad spec- pressing task can be
trum fungicide like Lineb or -- done on as small an area of
Maneb will control most We have been discussing Construction fabric as possible.
above ground diseases of most canning and pressing is
used during the constructionof -- When pressing over
vegetables if a good spray or procedures for the past a garment to form crease several thicknesses of cloth on
dusting program is followed. several weeks, and I've been lines, to flatten edges, and to details requiring rightside
receiving many calls for in- shape and mold a garment to pressing such as collars, usea
The is true for insecticides formation.
same Please continue to double
fit thickness
the body. It is pressing as of the
Sevin and call if you have a
question or cloth and lift and
you go along not crossing a pressing
malathion safe problem.
are relatively
lower the
seam with another seam iron rapidly.
insecticides, if handled without pressing. To remove shined edges
properly, that will control This week's topic is and basting thread imprints,
r most insects in the home PRESSING POINTERS -
steam then brush.
Why press instead of iron ,
i garden if the proper information for the home
To avoid
seamstress. during construction? Because seam imprints:
prevention is started and contro'lprogram pressing applies pressure a. Press the seam open overa
where needed. Ironing can seam board or seam roll
Pressing helps to give a stretch the fabric out of shape b. Slip strips of paper bet-
I have talked about the professional look to
garments. if you go against the ween the garment and the
of Even gram
application pesticides many the best hand or
seam allowance.c. .
times, but it is machine Remember that a good job of
important sewing fails to .
construction Slip the point of the iron
enough to mention again You produce a good pressing
garment time but under the seam edges and
it is worth it. You
should always read the label if you do not carefully
will have press to remove the
a garment that is imprints.
and follow the direction or press. The skillful presser is For
most fabrics con
more professional
precautions that are listed. aware that he-she is always looking. struction be done

Clarence Moore, just-retired 23-year DuPont employee is This includes using the right molding the garment as they CinrSlGuldes! ? which apply' faster if pressing you will can use a wet
ready to sell fresh vegetables grown on his farm near Starke. Sam Welch, of Pleasant Grove section, and Lonzl Norman, amount right time.in the Coverage right way of at the the are manipulating the fabric. to are: cloth and a hotter iron. (You

octogenarian Bradford farmer, admire some plant with the pesticide and What is pressing? Pressing can use a hotter iron when
proper time and frequency of is bringing pressure down on Always use a scrap of there is a press cloth betweenthe
construction details to flattenor fabric to check temperature, iron and fabric and you do
application are also im-
A* :- 4 You can't eat 'em but they r portant. smooth the fabric. It is a moisture and pressure. not have the iron on the fabric
do look pretty in the yard, say 9 lifting and lowering of the Press with the grain too long.)
Mrs. Lundy Prater and Mrs. f Remember that pesticidesare iron. It is NOT pressure (lengthwise). Flatten the fold edge of a
Jessie Young about their not miracle drugs or exerted across the fabric (thatis Press by lifting and dart before pressing in .the
flowering plants. chemicals, but they will do a ironing). Pressing is usually lowering the iron. given direction.
good job of helping you done with steam, either a Press on the wrong. side, Press vertical darts
produce quality food if used steam iron or with a wet press whenever possible. toward the center of the
if .0 wisely and properly. Call me cloth. There are some exceptions Don't cross a seam with garment and horizontal darts
if you have questions or to this because some another seam without downward
problems with your program. fibers will water spot. pressing first. -Usually dark colors need
be) -t to be pressed on the wrong
JJi -
Lb and side edges.to prevent shiny streaks

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Ela. under
Ace of March 3. 1879.
Three young salesmen Bobby Carter John and Timmy
Bryan, serve customer with produce they helped grow on till Subscription rate m trad area: $6 per year: J3.50 aix month*. .
:Morgan Road.I t p Phone 964-6303, Out aide trade area: $7 per y.ul.14.00.s1. month 'Stark' *, Fla "Few thing are apt lo
: your lelaure Urn
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Seaman Mary+I Goodge 44 M4I

Is Graduate Recruit SQL Eb y
Navy Seaman Recruit Mary E FQ rtiFSO
F. Goodge, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph A. Goodge of eEEF PE04"wNN
709 W. Weldon St., Starke ?oct AppQS
graduated from recruit
training for women at the
Naval Training Center PRICES GOOD THURS. JUNE 6
Orlando Fla.Fuigham. "rQ uY- Quantity Rights

ga S Reserved THRU WED. JUNE 12
Completes .
Basic Training COPYRIGHT 1974 W-D BRAND
17, son of Mrs. Sarah G. W-D BRAND BONELESS
Starke completed eight OVEN-READY PURE (NO ADDITIVES)

Armor U.weeks S. Army of Ft.basic Knox Training training Ky.Center at the, RIB ROAST CHUCK ROAST GR. BEEF

He received instruction in

drill weapons and, map ceremonies reading, $149 SAVE $1 99"JlJr
combat tactics, military LB. 17 LBS. 5 LB.
courtesy, military justice PKG.
first aid and army history & UP 41UJVD IB.


Union NMIMT GlAOIOtT\ 1 1w.
Felton Crim Jr., a 57yearoldman SlicedoovB con Beef Patties 49c
on life parole from a IB. LB.
previous murder convictionand

arraigned life sentence before Union was 1LB.PKO.. 68C mJ L a. $199

County Judge A. L. Driggersthis SAVE 40C SAVE 29
past Sunday afternoon SAVE llc
charged with murder in the

first Charges degree.filed by Union ALL VEGETABLE DEL MONTE
County Sheriff's Department
incident stemmed in from Lake a Butler's shooting 1 WESSON OIL

Saturday.black community Henry this"Buck"past TUNA FISH W. K. CORN

Limit t with $7.SO or more purchase excluding Gigs
Redman was shot twice, one Limit with $7.SO r more purchase excluding. Gigs.sson .
in the upper right arm,once in e
the lower abdomen at approximately -
3 p.m. Saturday
afternoon and was rushed to
Shand's Teaching Hospital in $1
Gainesville where he died
early Sunday morning.{ 129 _
Union Deputy J. L. DuBoseand 48-oz.. 61/s-o:. 17-oz.
Deputy Marvin Griffis
carried out the preliminary BOTTLE CAN CANS
investigation before the incident -
was placed into the
investigator SAVE l 9e BLEACH -
Carl F. Miles for continuing Soft Drinks Bread
investigation. C .orox

Griffis DuBose were said called that he to and the J2 1 '2-... $1 00 ViOAl.OTTLIS. 00. 320-.,. $1 00.
home of Lilly Belle Webb on CANS I
Lake Butler's West First /
Street at approximately 3:10:
p.m. on Saturday and found U. S. No. 1
that Redman had been shot
twice with a small caliber YELLOW FLORIDA ASTORORANGE
"Later, during the course of MORTON
our preliminary investigation I JUICE I
." DuBose said,
"we found that Crim had
purchased a small .22 caliber CORNi PIES
pistol, the kind they call a

"Saturday Jim's night Bargain special"from Store 00 i 00
here in Lake Butler only two 4 32-0& $1 4 8'0& $1
hours before the shooting. BTLS. t PIES
Through investigation it was 6 9 9i

determined man Crim's who shot previous that Redman.Crim was prison" the SAVE Be EARSSLICED PACK 6-oz. \ JIFFY

record indicates that he was THRIFTY MAID CANS | TURKEY, SALISBURY, VEAL PAR.
in the
convicted of murder MAGIANCHICKEN & BISCUITS
second degree by a Volusia
County Circuit Court after the Red RipeWatermelons ENTREESOOc

White.1953 slaying of Annie Pearl PEACHES C Cabbage

After serving only ten yearsof
his life sentence imposed by 39 FRESH SWIITPINEAPPLES 2 HEADS49c 31-01.
the court Crim was parolledthe IACN
first time on Dec. 23. 1963. 29-.,. 39c SIZE
Records reflect that Crim's CAN 2 FOR $100
parole was short lived and he
was recommitted to the

be unspecified a parole charge violation believed on June to Saltines . 2 ,' 88C Tea Bags . !'P CT. 88C Cantaloupes 2 FOR $100 Sausage Pizza V,:: 69C


Once the again division Crim and served this timein time Toaster Pastry 2 : 88C Flour . 5 BAG '68C. Apples . 13 FOR $1" Layer Cake 17PKGS CAKE 99C


was parole'given, that a would final require"life .-Towels . ROLL 39C Layer Cake 2'BKGs.': ; 88C Potatoes 10 BAG' $139 Twin Pops 2 KS: slop


rest officer of his periodically.life on June for the 30, Tomatoes 3 CANS $100 Cocktail 6 'As$1 Onions 5 I"'G LIS 69C Coconut Pie . ".a 79C


Crim Less Is currently than four being years held later in Sausage . CA" 29C Dinner Rolls 3 :K GS. 79C Mangoes . EACH 39C Potatoes 4/2 P"0. 99cEXTRA

bond.Union The County man was jail advised without by ......--.---...-.............- .-....-....-............-..-. .....-.-...................-.. .'!........................... .-......-.................... .
Judge Driggers to keep"silent" = ; :

arraignment and during has had Office his the I I EXR.JtK,.. ...GREEN......t..._STAMPS._........N ,' I I .4"J i..Mt-t GREEN..M.CQWMM STAMPS._MJKIMM N .: I I EXTRJt1.d7 i.N(N fV GREEN.*.*!.(Ow.OM STAMPS*....".'.. O* .d7l IVM Mlwt GREEN*.M CQUOM STAMPS MO.w.hM>M .* I I .d7J'fM M-t'.H.GREEN COV_STAMPS....*"..*! .. ;
Public Defender's 12 JARSBEECHNUT / I I'lLB' PKG HYGRAOES /
3.1 JAR 1 64 oc ITL' 10.1 JAR
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appointed to represent him STRAINED WEST VIRGINIA" THICK
when he to trial. "' 11
comes Baby Food Sliced Bacon
I Tea Softener : .... Instant Coffee ,
11 This is the second murderfor c No. 51 0000.. ....THRU ioc.1 .JUNe'.-...,;I 12 c No. 52.GOOD..?.THRU.a.. .JUNI......,'12 : No. GOOD 53..,,,THRU.,"' "JUNI...?'.12, No 34 .,.?,.,"'.., ..?.?.,. No 53 .. ..,.,"' ........ ,
Union County this year .. ... ............ : : .r .. i
the first being the shooting. .
death of 10-year-old Beverly EXTRA EXTRA : EXTRJ : EXTRI ; EXTRJ4 :

Kimble Beverly's this past father January.31- win dot* Ntw GREEN..M..CBWMM STAMPS.........N 99 I dx F.N...GREEN....'.t..+N-STAMPS.-hN.... N ( 4tt..r w...GREEN.*....cow-STAMPS*** *.....1N :,:1. 1 I I .d.ITN%M-WM GREEN COU.9M STAMPS W hN.... W I I -i 4'JL,iNNN GREEN Nh.W STAMPS W........ M :.
I year-old Sammy Kimble pled 1 I L*. CUP 1 2... PKOW / '11-.. SARA" LEE WALNUT / 10... PKG. STOUMERS DEVILS 1 3.-... lDwAADS.SUPERRAPID
guilty to the charge of second CREAMED O BRAND SLICED GOLDEN OR CHOCOLATE ;I. 14IJ
degree murder this past week Cottage Cheese Cooked Ham Layer Cake Cup Cakes Coconut Pie :

and Court newly Judge appointed Wayne Carlisle Circuit 1 No: 56 GOOD.. ...THRU..."' ..JUN.'...!..,.12 / +U'- No. 57 GOOD_ ._.I.._.THRU....INJ .JUNE........12 No: GOOD 58...."THRU.,"' ..JUNE.'......I,12 No. 59 GOOD.,.??THRU.,??,JUNI.......I 12'. / GOOD 44., .?THRU.,"' .,JUNI.....,.IINo :.
ordered .. .. ........ ....... ...... .
a pre-sentencing
Investigation carried out ,.." .. -.
prior to adjudication ;and tt'

sentencing. NEWSWW] 1IJ:: ODD 01JJJ(! pWI3 E:1'./: _

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Legal l '- Board Postpones Hiring Full Time EMT EmployeeLAKE

FLORIDA IN AND FOR Bradford County Teleg. Legals BUTLER Union Commissioner Paul Riherd Waters. told the com County School Board and will Hospital Building to set up a

BRADFORD COUNTY. Ambulance Service will have said "We have had a missioners and EMC com- be out of a job at the close of private dentistry practice.
CASE NO.74-73 THE SUCCESSFUL BIDDER: NOTICE to wait for an answer from the volunteer fire department for mittee members at that time school this month, althoughhis VVitt said that he con
Will be required to provide aPerformance County Commission on the more than 20 years and we they might have to consider dismissal as a continuing templated opening his
CIVIL ACTION / Labor and Charles A. Garrard has made question of hiring a full time pay the chief something like hiring a man in order to contract teacher is being practice here Sept I, 1971.I .
Material Payment Bond In the Application to the Bradford provide the two I Instructed County Clerk
emergency medical $50 to $100 per month. Thereare required men contested in the federal
BENJAMIN SUSLOW and amount of one hundred percentof County Zoning Board for re- technician to beef up the only a lot of us that just don't on each call coverage that is courts. Robert Driggers to explorethe
ANNA SUSLOW, his wife the bid amount. Surety classification of the property emergency medical service in understand why we need all now required by Florida State Smith 'said that the com possibility of leasing more
Plaintiff, vs. HARRY MITCHELLand Company shall be licensed to do described below from RIB to the county since the closing of this fancy equipment and law.Union mission would wait until the property from Owens-Illinois
business in the state of Florida MS located 5 1/2 miles north on Union General trained when County has received Company to be used as a
BETTY MITCHELL, his Hospital May personnel we a meeting of the EMC:; Com-
wife, Defendants. and shall be listed by the United 301 South of Carridines Store 13.This have done without it all these grant of $111,910 as an EMC mittee was held and Griffis county wide sanitary land fill
States Treasury Department. to-wit: 1 acre more or less SW14ofSW14ofSec.26Twp was the decision years. I know in years past participant in addition to a reported back with a proposal and instructed Driggers to

NOTICE OF SUITPROPERTY 5 reached by Board Chairman that when one of my own rescue vehicle fully equippedand for them to consider in the invite representatives from
PROPOSALS: May not be with- Range 22 E To allow me to J. Felton Smith and other children was sick I have with an appraised value of matter. the states Pollution Control

TO drawn for thirty days after bid manufacture ceramic molds. commissioners when a letter loaded them into the back of 25000. On the allowable In other action the Board Boardtobe present at the next
: date. This change in classification is from Ambulance Service my car and not known expenditures list for the voted in favor of paying as meeting to advise the hoard.

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat subject to a public hearing to be President Richard Rue was whether they were dead or portion of the funds allocated individuals for the liquid ..-4- ...
an action OF MORTGAGE THE SUCCESSFUL BIDDER IF held on Tuesday June 25 at 7:30 read mentioning the hiring of alive, but they lived and I specifically to set up and refreshments to be served A flyswatter once changed
FORECLOSURE on the ANY: Will be so notified within PM in the County Commissionroom a full time man. Rue, not drove them to the hospital maintain a 14 hour ambulanceand participants m the March of the history of Algeria.! In
five days after bid opening. The at the Bradford County present for the without ambulance." rescue service is French consulwas
following in Bradford meeting, was an a Dimes Walk-a-Thon to be held 1827 the
County, Florida: School Board of Bradford Court House at which time all represented by his wife, Mrs. Current wages for EMT'sare provision for a full time paid this coming Saturday and struck in-the face witha
County reserves the right to interested shall be heard
Those certain lots, blocks, persons Geraldine Rue, who told the over $3 per hour. staff. gave the group their choice of flyswatter by the native
all bids and
and to
reject any for or against the proposal, as
pieces or parcels of land, situate, commissioners that there!! Commissioner Woodingtonsaid Currently volunteers man orange juice or gatorade. Algerian ruler. France
lying and being in the County of waive any Informalities. specified in the Zoning Code of were three men thinking he was concerned about the rescue unit and Mrs. Rue Agreed to provide office avenged this insult by seizing

Bradford and State of Florida, Bradford County about accepting the position the taxpayers having to bear said their number is dwindlingwith space for Dr. William Witt of Algiers in 1830 and
Mr. Jim Temple, Superintendent -
and being more particularly should the commission decideto the burden of sustaining the one of the men that has Inverness in King Memorial driving the Turks out..
described as: Commence at the John Torode, Chairman hire a man. Mrs. Rue rescue service should further been covering the daylight .---
Bradford County Schools Bradford County Zoning BoardL. refused funds be hours being inducted into the
NW Corner of said SW 1/4 of 6/23 3t 66NOTICE to disclose who the federal not allocated
SW 1/4 for point of beginning, prospective applicants mightbe when the Eight: County Army Wednesday. The LIVESTOCK
M Gaines Director
and run thence South 1 degree when asked to do so by Emergency Medical Care volunteers charge a fee of $10
49 minutes East along the OF INTENTIONTO Itp 6/6 Commissioners; Paul Riherd Project in which Union Countyis per run in the ambulance and
Westerly boundary thereof, a REGISTER and D. E. Woodington."I a participant is completedthis Mrs. Rue said that with more I WATERERS & FEEDERSComplete

distance of 230.1 feet to a FICTITIOUS NAME don't wish to give you coming year in June. runs to out of county hospitals .

concrete monument; run thence NOTICE their names at this time, as I "I've never seen one of being made it is currently
South 62 degrees 49 minutes Pursuant to Section 865.09 am not sure that they would these federal projects yet that taking an average of 3 to 4 line of

East a distance of 536.42 feet to Florida Statutes, notice is William C. Barnes has made want me to, and it might the government continued hours that the men must be
a concrete monument on the hereby given that the under Application to the Bradford jeopardize the jobs that they funds for," Woodington said. away from their employmentby POULTRY EQUIPMENT
signed V. F. Heiken, Route 1, hold Chairman Smith said that the time they have tran-
Westerly boundary of the rightof County Zoning Board for re- currently Mrs. Rue O
Box 385, Lawtey, Florida, 32058 said. he had spoken further with sported the patient, returnedto
way of State Road No. 200; classification of the property
run thence in a Northeasterly doing business under the firm described below from OR to Capt. John Waters, director of Lake Butler, cleaned and GAS TANKS & TOOL BOXES

direction along said Westerly name of""AMERICAN FAMILY BA.. so that he can operate a Even though the decision to Jacksonville's Department of restocked the rescue vehicle.
SOUND, Route 1, Box 385, wait until Rue Public and of the While no formal statementhas for Trucks
boundary and along the arc of a General Store, that part of thj can have a Safety one
curve said curve having a radiusof Lawtey, Florida 32058, intendsto North 125 feet of South 266 feet meeting with the Emergency Eight County EMC Project coordinators been made by Rue, it is''
register said fictitious name Medical Care and that Waters believed here that he be .
5696.65 feet and being of Lot 24 which lies East of State Committee may
concave to the West, a chord under the provisions of aforesaid Road 200 and West of Seaboard chaired by Commissioner had asked Smith to have the the principal candidate for the ELECTRIC MOTORS AND DRILLS

distance of 533.39 feet, said statute. Coastline Railroad in Sec. 13, Gerald Griffis was made by commissioners reconsidertheir paid position should the
chord having a bearing of North V. F. Heiken, sole owner. Tn. 5, Rg 22 in Woodlawn.This the board at least two commissioners previous decision not to county decide to call for ap POULTRY SUPPLY CO.
25 degrees, 50 minutes and 20 Dated this 21st day of May, A. change in classification is made it plain that\ hire a full time EMT during a plicants. Rue, a band director GEORGIA FLORIDA

seconds East, to the Northerly D. 1974, at Starke, Ronda. subject to a public hearing to be they are less than in favor:! of special session held this last with Union County High 317 E. BROWNLEE STARKE 964.6819
boundary of aforesaid SW 1/4 5/23 4tp 63NOTICE held on Tuesday June 25 at 7;30p hiring staff for the rescue month just after the hospital School, was recently 21.5/30

of SW 1/4 run thence South 89 .m. in the County Commission units. closed. dismissed by the Union

degrees, 35 minutes and 50 OF INTENTIONTO room at the Bradford County
seconds West along said REGISTER Court House at which time all
Northerly boundary a distance of FICTITIOUS NAME persons interested shall be heard
716.96 feet to point of beginning for or against the proposal, as
Section 10, Township 6 Pursuant to Section 865.09 specified in the Zoning Code of
South, Range 22 East, Florida Statutes, notice is Bradford County.
hereby given that the under EveryDayLowPrice FOOD EveryDayLowPriceBEEF
has been filed against you Harry signed W. N. and Elizabeth John Torode, Chairman

I. Mitchell and Betty Mitchell, and Noegel), Edwards Road, Starke, Bradford County Zoning Board
you are required to serve a copy Florida, 32091, doing business REGULAR GRIND
of your wntten defenses, if any under the firm name of 301 William C. Barnes Pantry

to it, on the plaintiff's attorney, LIQUORS", P. O. Box 159, SIRLOIN FAIRSUPERMARKETS! ... ELECi'R C PERK
whose name and address is Starke, Bradford County, 1t 6/6
Hon. George H. Pierce, 996 N. Florida, 32091, intends to
Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida, register said fictitious name
and file the original with the under the provisions of aforesaid IN STEAKS COFFEEEvcryDayLowPrice
clerk of the above styled courton statute.
or before June 25, 1974: W. N. and Elizabeth Noegel, CUIT 320 SOUTH
otherwise a judgement may be sole owners. BRADFORD COUNTY. WALNUT ST.

entered against you for the relief Dated this 21st day of May, A. 11:; : f1 t. ttOOD HIVIN
demanded In the complaint or D. 1974, at Starke, Florida IN PROBATE FILE NO.12197 ., ..urs/rwronNU,.,. ..*QOOO THRUM 1 LB
CASE NO 74152IN $148 rID JYMl ,7 0 Milir 79cLtft
petition. 5/23 4tp 6/3 twin A"uWm
WITNESS hand and the atI' !
my RE: Estate of MAX K. JTt pfelUtf It apt BAG
seal of said Court on May 21, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF SACKS, Deceased. U.tO.1. FOOD STUPCOUPONS


Clerk of said Court CASE No.74117IN ALL CREDITORS AND ALL
By Beulah M. Moody EvcryDayLowPrice EvcryDayLowPrice BonusBuyU.
As Deputy Clerk RE: The Marriage of HARLEY
5/23 4t 6/13

SEABOLT, Respondent. You, and each of you, are WHITEPOTATOES
notified and required to
Fictitious present any claims and demands
which either of ,
you or you may

Notice is Name hereby Law given) that the : Peggy Jo Bryant Seabott have against the estate of MAX tHU $138 O $999 WHOLE
K. SACKS, deceased, to the 2 PER
undersigned, pursuant to the c/o James R. Hardin of the said Court, 1O LBBULK 119EvcryDayLowPikc
Judge JtVcAN C AG
'Ficticious Name Statute, 512 Pin Oak Drive Bradford County Court House, CLbP ,
Chapter No. 20953, Laws of Birmingham, Ala 35214
Bradford County, Florida, within
Florida 1941, as amended by
Chapter No. 26760, Laws of YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an four 14)) months from the date of EvcryDayLPrIcc Every DayLowPrira (EueryWylowPrke LseryDaylovri>tioe lonInIIuy BonuiBuy
Florida 1951 and by Chapter action for dissolution of the first publication of this CHUCK .a5 GROUND rwrwanoun.re, Asotieo FRESH OLD FASHION

No. 67-209, Laws of Florida marriage has been filed against notice. RIB MEAT Pork Loin FIRM RIPE PLANTERSPEANUTS
Each claim or demand must STEAKS ROAST BEEF LOAF MIX J J
1967, being Section 86509, you and you are required to CHOPS TOMATOES
be and must state the .
in writing lM OWN*LU

with Court Florida the in Statutes clerk and ,of for will the Bradford register Circuit serve defenses EUGENE a ,copy F.if SHAW any of ,your Petitioner's to written it on office place address of residence of the and claimantand post 88. $129 85c79c t ;n0;: 79C :510 S O 8,. t'S; 35c 110CCAN 69

be to by the
must sworn
I County, Florida, upon receipt of attorney, whose address is Post
proof of publication of this Office Box 1088, Starke, Florida, claimant, his agent become, or his void at- Every tayLwPrU | EveryD yLow Pi k f CverytayLewPrice'CMMM Every DayLowPric. mnluy
notice, the fictitious name, on or before June 21, 1974 and torney, or it will .* CHAMHIOIT" 'ANTA" AIO"' f AUN FIOHIDA
towit; file the original with the Clerk of according to law. CORNFLAKES YELLOW GREEN
Each creditor shall deliver I
LAMAR DEAN OUTDOOR this Court either before serviceon MIXES eg JUICE Catsup RI
ADVERTISING COMPANY Petitioner's attorney or sufficient copies Of his claim to CORN CUKESiU
enable the Court to mail one to 12 Oi
under which it is engaged in immediately thereafter;
2/49 8e 9
each personal representative.Dated 269COMPARE Bottle ;
business in the City of Starke, otherwise a default will be UA _
May 31, A. D. 1974.
Florida. entered against you for the relief o :.. :' '::. o : :' o :: :' :'

Nestor Karnoupakis COMPARE! .... COMPARE '
That the party interested in demanded in the Petition. ..''c."o ; ..." '0
Administrator of
follows said business: enterprise is as seal WITNESS of this Court my hand on this and 21st the the Estate Ancillary of MAX K. SACKS, Cornish Hens vie OIAOI rOllM AOUICN 69 <10. I Cheese Spread I It CAUT.....i 99c 20. I Oleo Quarters "t'...".. 39c '
1 I II
Southeast Major LTD.Media of the day of May, 1974 6/62t 6/13 Deceased. Baking Hens .QUICK.*'It. IIOfINIO AVO. .:;. 49 10. i Perch Fillets I t ,.o..oc..I''' OUII.. 69ci 10. i Cream Cheese 101 "0 39< 10.

BY: Robert O. Naegele, Jr., Gilbert S. Brown Pork Shldr Roast 100':MA0ItMANM 69c '<>. I Fried Fish Sticks ;.:u Mar"i S12989c tot : Low Cal Yogurt ant'="C::" 23c 6<
General Partner.BY .
: William O Naegele, Bradford Clerk of Circuit County Court, Ra. NOTICE BIDDERS Spare Ribs 70: : r.'r 79c ">. I Cooked Fillets ;T:;::iow.r: ::; 10. I Cottage Cheese 'rCU:: ;,' 59' 4.

General Partner.5/23 4t 6/13 By: Beulah Deputy Moody Clerk NOTICE is hereby given that Meat Loaf Mix..1.C7: .r :1r 79' "" i Fish Portions ::,:o 99c4Jl 20. : Sour Cream "a.'C'c:; :' 49c 6EvcryDayLowPrice <

NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO 5'23 4t 613IN sealed bids will be received by Smoked Ham .POttMONWAI AOOIO 58 1". : Orange Juice o. / I.. : Daisy Cheese I.N.o:':" _' Sl19 10.
REGISTER the School Board of Bradford SloSh AWO U

THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- Starke, Florida 32091, at 5:00: :
Pursuant to Section 86509 CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR p.m., June 14, 1974, for the EvcryDayLowPrice EveryDayLowPriceMAYON EveryDayLowPrice
Is BRADFORD COUNTY CASENo. construction of an "Off Street
Florida Statutes, notice
Driving Range," at which time
hereby given that the undersigned Pantry Pride -
Kent Graudons, P. O bids will be opened and read ORANGE32oz

Box 315, Starke, and Judy Bar- IN RE: The Marriage of CARLOSL. aloud.
denbrook Star Route, Hampton ARMSTRONG, Petitioner, Tea Bags MNAISE
Fla., 32044, doing business and WILLIE PEARL ARM- PLANS SPECIFICATIONS, .
under the firm name of G AND H STRONG, Respondent, AND CONTRACT ASSCMTCD MM -MJr"

Walnut St., Starke, Fla., 32091, NOTICE OF SUIT from the office of Don R. 602
Intends to register said fictitious Morgan, Architect, P. A., A. I. 12/1 BOX JAR 6/98
name under the provisions of To: Willie Pearl ArmstrongDry A., Post Office Box 987 (Walnut CANS
Street), Green Cove Springs,
aforesaid statute. Prong, Louisiana
Hardenbrook Kent Graudons, owners.and Judy 71423 Florida 32043, and as follows: COMPARE .:.'C., ":' .'*.COMPARE; ':cK' ":' .'COMPARE; O i;:,". ":' -;'o'

Dated this 30th day of May, YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat F Post, W.Office Dodge Box Company 5647 Salad Dressing ...;: :.,.. 61e 2.. ; Proteen Gelatin DOL 9ge ,o. ; Apple Sauce ""poi': : .. ,93c ..
Starke Ronda
A. 0 1974, at an action for dissolution of
5/30 4tp 6/20 marriage has been filed againstyou ((1512 Montana Avenue) Peanut Butter, 'AC::..:." s119 I. Cake Mix ....:':'..:"' 4ge B." I Apple Sauce "..:: :.'., 49c I.

serve and a copy you of are your required written to Jacksonville, Florida :32207 Catsup ":vo4'.. 3ge I. ; Pancake Mix ''''":o:::0''" 29c .. ; Chunk Apple Sauce ";::o' 43c ..

defenses, if any, to it on CONTRACTORS: Will, upon Mustard .." I. '" I :: ; ':::: ..
RICHARD E. WELTY Attorneyfor receipt Of Ten Dollars ($10.00)) 'r 2137e D Pancake Mix no4';: : 49 '0. Grapefruit Juice N;; 39c,

For Petitioner, whose address is made payable to Don R. Crown Mustard DOl 2125c! I. I Flour 'A.7":'::" 7ge t.. i Aluminum Foil P.;:'p n... 61c Ie
Morgan, Architect, P. A., A. I.
114 N. Walnut Street, P. O Box ''
995. Starke, Florida, 32091, and A., be forwarded two sets of Sweet Mix Pickle ':: 65e I. ; Cooking Oil "y:: :"'" s11. 101 Utility WrapSandwich .:; r.:'n 31c I.

TREE file the original with the Clerk of plans and specifications collect Torridor f "0" 42e h I Fluid : : n I '." SSe "
the above-Styled Court on or Full deposit, less postage will be Peppers Lighter CM K = 38c Spread :,:a1:: '

SERVICECALL before July 8, 1974, otherwise a refunded specifications Provided lire returned plane; and in Dulcito Peppers' 1101 45e ",. i Snowdrift c s11. 0e i Air Freshner "wSN; 6ge 20.

judgment against you may for be the entered relief "good" condition within ten Macaroni Dinners .; 29c .. C'try Cane Syrup ,0& 49c rN Instant Tea' '::::' 9ge tat
days of bid opening..
demanded WITNESS in my the hand Petition.and the Quick Grits IOU'.::I"." 22e .. Facial Tissue ::Mn':::;. ,,28c 2. Sta Puf Rinse teu 6ge 21'.

seal of said Court on the 31st
day of May 1974. companied by II cashier's checkor ayDaylowPrice: IveryDayl4>w>*rki ayo..ylowPric.: a.eryDilylowPrice:
bid bond In the amount of
'" "
five percent of the bid price, NINC SIZI HOT DOC L -
Gilbert S. BrownAs J.:" AlHOH DA'." WHIP
payable to the School Board of HAMBUHGIftI
475-2211 Clerk of said Court BREAD, CREAM TOPPING
By: Beulah M. Moody

ro.e/so 6/6 4t 6/27 Deputy Clerk 3/$1 N 19' 38c

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Deadline for Injection PENTERS, PLUMBERS, AUTO rlRE, BOAT, Sewing Machine GMC TRUCKS


Thursday before publication. personnel. Full-time employ- INSURANCE AGENCY LITTLE RIDE CAN
ment, industry wage rates ELECTRICAL All makes cleaned, oiled and
Minimum Charge I2.WJ FOR SALE: 1973 Datsun 24Z with benefits. in TCHG SAVE YOU A LOT" TF /SALES SERVICE
(Covers 15 Words) AM-FM radio, 4 forward Recreational Apply person SERVICE adjusted, $7. All work guaranteed GREEN COVE SPRINGS"* Fine selection of Used Cars
anytime Enterprises
Each word over IS gears, factory air, wire Corp., 3705 S. W. 42nd- James Strickland, Taken On Cadillac Trades
10 cents wheels. Call 4733290. 1tp Morgan Road and SR-16. Ph. 2001 N.WjlSth :378-3301
Place off 1-75
just Williston
17 Years Experience
--- '
---- ---
All' Classified- Ads must be Road exit. 904372-6387.5/16 For tfchg $2698PLUS GAINESVILLE
paid for In advance unless you 4tp 6/8. All Work Guaranteed
have an established account HOUSES FOR Master License and TREE -----_.........- TAX ft TAG !Y
with the Telegraph, In that SALEFOR
event SO cents extra! charge Ineurance Cash & Carry Tires Two Months

for billing. Not responsible for t MISCELLANEOUS j SERVICECALL
errors when given over the SALE: 5 room house 24 Hr, Service 412 E. CALL ., Free Rent!

phone or when copy Is not completely furnished, carpet 323 W. Brownlee St. ( TIRESFRONT
typed and brought to the of' 25" color TV A/C, on 1 acre END BRADFORD

fice. fenced. 2 car carport outbuilding HOUSESHOEING: 15 years 964-8602 | MRS. NELLRHODEN 4\YJ\ &

good water. $13,500 experience, corrective or 964-8622 PARK
tttt I cash. Two miles from town BRAKE SERVICE
trimming and ,
off SR-16 West.964-8079.2tp service. Buck Myer, Ph. ((904))
FOR 6/13 4813104. 5/30 2tp 6/6 PumpsNew
r SALE 1 415-2211 1PDP GET 12 MO. FOR THE
------------ QUALITY TIRES &
FOR SALE: 3 Bedroom house, 1 41p-6/2o PRICE OF 10 MO. S3O.OO
1/2 baths central heat and SERVICE FOR LESS
Temple Ave. Ph.964-6020, I ; E MO $300.00 YR CITY
air, wall to wall carpet,
FOR SALE: Registered Angus TFN
1029 Your authorized HODAKA ..... .. .. SEWER WATER, ELEC.
cow*. Heifers and bull calves.J. drapes. Southgate Drive. dealer. tfchg.CUSTOM PARTS .------ d ... AUDI
B. White. Ph. 964-6114 or 9647044. 1tp SERVICE GORDONAir Adult Park
9646775. Conditioning & 376-4551
tfchg.----- FOR SALE: Mobile home MADE draperies, DEEP & SHALLOW WELLS JIMMY MOORE'SSun 964-5988
Heating Co. 4222 NW 13th St.
furnished 3 bedroom, 11/2 bedspreads and slipcovers HWY 301 NORTH
FOR SALE: 45 horse Sears bath, air.. Total price $2500 your material or ours. Ph.964- Plumbing Supplies' COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATION Gainesville
outboard motor. Good with small down payment. 8808. 5/23 4tp 6/13 MOBILE HOME SERVICE BOAT FOR 1757 N. TEMPLE

condition $300. Ph. 9647954. Balance like rent. Ph. 964- --_--------- EXPERT SERVICEON Installation/ // and Service YOUR MONEY TF

Itp 5924. SAWS SHARPENED, Wife, On All/ Makes
lip-------- ; ALL MAKES STARKE PH 964-5791
----------- BOB GORDON
-- guaranteed. Call 964-7509'
FOR SALE: String beans. John leave at Jackson Building PHONE 964-7O61 e Slate Certified COMPLETE OUTBOARD & OLINS MOBILE HOME SALESHWY.
Crews. Rt. 1, Box 64 Lawtey.Itp Supply, Starke or Keystone Master H.AR.V Licensed }
STERN DRIVE SERVICE 100 W. PH. 9645606CT i -
Heights. Tfchg. Insured ;
---- ------ t FOR RENT 1MOBILE Phone 4734777Rt. AND REPAIR ss&EsLARGE
: Maytag gas stove mobile at SUPPLY CO. 3 Box 266 Starke On Highway
full size good condition. 964- home hurricane an- TF REPAIR SELECTION OF PRE-OWNED 8t
100 5 Miles So Of Starke
choring anthiiobulehome 864-N.
coating. Olin's MOBILE
Home ''
----------- HOME 24x60 2 BOATS
FOR SALE: Black and tan hound bedroom, 2 bath, family Service. 964-5606, Rt. 100 W. Adult Mobile TFr
puppy 4 months old. room central air and heat. Starke, Ra. tfchg New 3 bedroom homes some

registered stock. 7823015. Total electric. Ph. 964-8023. LOSE WEIGHT and Home Park with no down payment if you
5/16/ 6/6 : Safely qualify. Others with low down -- --- - -- 1
Itp 4tp with X-11 Diet 440 Acres Bradford County land.
Plan $3.00. IN CITY LIMITS S3O A MONTH payment.All .
------------ ------------ REDUCE Excess See us for terms.
FOR SALE: 9 year old gentle FOR RENT: 3 bedroom 1 1/2 X-Pel, $3.00. Money Back with WALK TO NEIGHBORHOOD in Union and We Mow All Size Lawns- :
Morgan mare. Call 473-3774 bath trailer. South end of Guarantee Koch Drug. GROCERY AND NEW size acreage 3 BR 2 Baths Masonry, Cent.

after 5 p.m. 1t Griffis Loop. Call 964-7939 or 15tchg 7/25 SHOPPING CENTER Bradford counties. heat/air. Family room, Closed in I. Trim & Fertilize
------------ 9648245. 1tp ---------- NO PETS TF FRED SACKETT-REALTOR I garage, large lot, excellent 1,1 ; Edge I
COLORADO 40 ACRES, $7,9751! -- I l Lawns & Flowers
------------ JO-LU COURTU.S. 205 N. Temple(US-301)) location.
$85 down $85 monthly 964-6522 I
Famous San Luis Valley FOR homes RENT 12' wide mobi) 301 SOUTH Nite 468-1753 3 BR 1 bath, Masonry home Free Estimates
outside city limits. J. I
Colorado. Beautiful cool with 3 acres of land outside
B. White. Ph. 9646114. If PHONE 9648810W
high 3761tp country. OWNER 806- answer call 9648775tfchg.FOR no. United Farm city, paved road. 964-8440 After 6 P.M.Green's ,

------------ --------- -- Agency, Inc 20 Acre tracts available for quick '
E Lawn Service
WATSON'SHOUSEOF RENT: Vacancy Bradford WANTED: Will mow lawns any e sale. :
size. Call 782-3270. 2tp 6/13 REG. REAL ESTATE BROKER
VACUUMS, For info. call SERVIC L
Village:Strout: Apt.Realty, Inc., Reg. -------_ --- PAUL FAULKNERBROKERIRENE Very nice lot on N. Temple Ave. __ __ -- -a .a--.
Many brands of new vacuums Broker. 2117 N. Temple Ave. ALL TYPES TRtE:: WORK East of Court House 50 x 200
up. Ph. 9646609. tfchg. WANTED Used furniture approximately priced STARKE BUILDERSA
from 10. Expert Repairs all refrigerators washers Dan CLEAR INGCOMPLETELYINSURED reasonably with terms.A. .
makes. Parts and Accessoriesfor mar's Discount House tfohg AND LICENSED LOUISE MCRAE-ASSOC. COMPLETE BUILDING SERVICE

central vacuum cleaning HELP 621 N.Walnut STARKE FLA

Gainesville 3767110. TF SERVICE: Electrical plum- 768-8522 WANT TO SELL OR BUY OFFICE Congoleum Shinyl Vinyl
bing and carpentry. Fast OR STARKE 964-99'1: REAL ESTATE?
FOR SALE: Epiphone Guitarsmade service. If its in the home we 12 TP 6/27 CALL US FOR BEST PRICES LILLIAN C. PEARSON $4e59
HELP WANTED: Production 0o.. ,...... ... ......... COMPLETELY INSTALLED COMPARE AT S6 5O
Japan by Gibson now workers wanted for sawmill. do it. Call 9648087. 1tp scorns--'" '-- \AlA.. "."" .". ......,u ASSOCIATE PER SQ YD
tiscbunt. -------- -- -- Lawtey -782-3806
at Dahmers tfchg. Will train. Apply Coastal

Lumber Co., Maxville Ra. St. Beautifully SculpturedHI
------------ The Bradford Ca. Telegraph
Road 218. Ph. 289-7261.5/30 LOW NYLON
TV Color picture tubes only 2tchg 6/6. J IJI IJITotal Your MANY COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM EXCEEDS
$79 pIUS labor, Dahmers $6 97
Real Estate
tfchg. FOR SALE: Notebooks mass of the atmosphere INSTALLED OVER RUBBER PADDING PER SO YD

FOR SALE: 6 by 9 linoleUm' Memo pads, envelopes, is'about some 5.5 NEWS PHOTO Broker Shag
$3.50,9 by 12 $5.98, 12 by 12 markers, adding machine'and quadrillion ((55 followed THE CARPET WITH THE NOW LOOK I
$11.95 and 12 by 15 $1494 cash reg. paper. The by 14 zeroes) tons. This Buy Sell- Tracie- TF
DAHMERS DISCOUNT. mass is equal to about one
millionth of the of
tfchg. ___ YD$7.95
LOTS-Zoned for mobile homes
and houses. Several sub- Cost; $2.25 Each 964-6464

divisions to choose from. Only
.to.$95 suit down.your Monthly budget.payments Ph. 468- Pastor's Anniversary ASSOCIATES: PRICES ARE GOING SKY HIGHOn

1561 or 964-8331. ftchg. Ralph Bryan

DINNER ON THE GROUNDS Bible Answers: 964-6208 All Types. B. of Equipment Mobile and BaseC.
FOR SALE: 15' Cobia motor and SPECIAL WHO IS THE AUTHOR OF DEATH? Bob Milner
trailer.A-1 condition. Ph.533- SINGINGHear SHOP AND SAVE AT BILL'S
2068. Itp This is one of those questions that could be answered in more 9646026Acreage

------------ Rev. Melvin Vansickle than one way. It all depends upon the angle from which one views Before Prices Go Up
the question. Ito 100


From the standpoint of the absolute origin of death, we would
I STRICKLAND'S CONVERSIONAND have to say that God is the author of death. Obviously: he made Bill Makes Outdoor Plexiglass Advertising
Nice 3 BR 2 bath home at
man capable of dying or else death could not have occurred. The Signs. As Well As Painted Signs
CALL TO THE MINISTRY reason for this is that the scheme of redemption was all plannedand details Hampton.after Call 6:00 Bob at 964-for Also Home of Magnetic Sign Co.

purposed before the creation (Eph. 3:10: 11)). and yet it involves -

Date: June 9th death. There could be no redemption without death 6026. BILL'S C. B. RADIO
Bath Cen-
because "without the shedding of blood is no remission" (Heb. NEW 3 BR 2 EQUIPMENT
9:22): ). tral Heat and Air, Carpet, on
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Mrs. Joe Thornton Crowned Texas Group
,FolloTw At eRw.IJ erFIapP

Pine Level Mother Of YearMrs. Sets musicalAt .

STKKETS DISCUSSEDAT However he will check on receive the trophy in the 12
('OUNl'Il.l\UoETING year old division. Pine LevelA
Street paving was the main this.Mayor Bruno suggested that A school football trophy will a ( .
topic at the Hampton Council the Council hire Billy Croft to be awarded to the football special musical program
meeting, May 29. help Marshall Phillips out on recreation team which will be presented Friday "xarP
Alter a short discussion of weekends and afternoons. defeated Brooker 14-12 earlierin night, June 7, at 7:30: p.m. at
paving Short Street and Trisler said he didn't think the year along with the the Pine Level Baptist Churchby ,
Pineland Blvd., ChairmanTed this could be done legally County Soltball Tournament "The Ambassadors" from ) c F

Curtis said that Short since the Marshall's positionwas trophy won last month.An ( t'I I Arlington, Texas.
Street did start in front of Mr. elective and not ap additional trophy will be 17, Four girls and five boys
Bruno's property and end in pointive. Dennison then awarded to two sixth graders 1 k make up the singing group of
front of his property which is moved to hire the second chosen to be Mr. and Mrs. which most are music majors.
a dead-end strl'Cl.Councilman marshall! for a 30-day trial Physical Education.Last The Ambassadors will uYPFollow
Trisler made a period. Motion carried. Friday the children present 16 concerts on its tour
motion to pave Short Street Trisler reported that a from kindergarten, first, through Texas, Louisiana,
and Pineland Blvd. to a widthof young boy was slightly burnedon second, third and fourth Alabama and Florida. Theyare
12 feet. Councilman Den- one ol the electrical boxesat grades enjoyed a field trip to under the direction of Paul
nison said that 10-foot width the ball field. Curtis said the Jacksonville Zoo. Wagner, an organist, pianist
would be better and Trisler these" boxes were kept locked, The great great, great. and arranger who has had 25
amended his motion to pave but he would check them. grandson of Daniel Boone n years experience in gospel
12-foot width if possible, and if visited !Mrs Carol Shields' music including radio and TV
not, then pave 10-foot width. SCHOoLNEWSHampton fifth grade class last week, in New York City and Dallas.
Motion carried. Elementary PTA culminating a unit on the { kO The public is cordially invited.
Trisler said that some met Monday evening, June 3, settlements of the West. 1
streets now being paved were with Pat Glover president Merlon Boone delighted the
not done correctly, and presiding. The Nominating students with his documented Old Fashioned
Chairman Curtis said he (C'ommittee consisting of Mrs. accounts of Daniel Boone's a? W -
would see Mr. Robinson the Jean Clark.Irs.! Alice Faye adventures.
next day and have necessary Waters and Francis !Meng On Saturday Mrs. Shields' Day Set June 16
corrections made. presented the following slateof fifth graders will celebrate the
Trisler suggested having officers to serve during the end of the school year with a Joe Thornton was crowned Mother of the Year
one-quarter inch asphalt put 1974-75! term: President, cook-out in Starke. This partyis recently at Pine Level Baptist Church's Banquet staged Bayless ChurchBayless '
on streets already paved to Joseph Riddick; Vice being funded with PTA around the theme of "More Precious Than Pearls." The Reader'Library
prevent further damage. President. Warren Stevenson; money awarded for best .Over 100 mothers and daughters met in the fellowship hall
Mrs. Jo where dinner was served by the men and special entertain-
'urtis was to obtain price Secretary parental percentage at- Highway Baptist
estima tes on this and report at Williamson; Treasurer, Mrs. tendance at three meetings of ment was given by the teenage boys of Pine Level. Mrs. Church will observe Old Summer Program
officers Thornton Is crowned by Mrs. Gary Wheeler, whom she
next meeting. Miriam Brown. These the current school term. Fashioned Sunday on June 16
Ernest Greene said that will be voted upon at the first On Wednesday the fifth and succeeds. Mother of the Year at Pine Level Is honored for and everyone attending is
Durden Street was being meeting of the fall term. sixth grade classes went to St. outstanding leadership she has shown both In her family and asked to wear old fashioned Mrs. Alicia Steffa, encouraged to join this activity -
paved too high and when it Physical Education In- Augustine on a field trip In her church.City clothes.An Education Chairman for the June 10 to Aug. 5.
rained his yard and garage structor Hick Ezzell will sponsored by the PTA. They old fashioned basket Starke Junior Woman's Club, Reading cards are availableat
would be flooded. He present awards on Friday, the visited the Old Fort and lunch will be served at 12:45: explains to Mark Barber Kim the library and all boys and
suggested culverts to correct last day of school, at a school walked through this historicold to Study County Brown and Robert Bellamy, girls are invited to come by
this situation. A motion was assembly. Receiving cer- city visiting the oldest p.m.There will be special singing how to have a "happy face" and join as soon as possible.The .
made and carried to install tificates for their 50 percent or schoolhouse, stores and and entertainment in the this summer by joining the program will offer
the necessary culverts on better performance in the homes. A picnic lunch on the Zone ConsolidationA afternoon, featuring the instrumental summer reading program at many surprises, including
Durden Street. physical fitness test will be: beach climaxed a wonderfultrip. group sponsoredby the Bradford County Public story hours picture book
City Clerk Shirley Forsyth George Bass. Timmy Jones, committee will be appointed action from the com- Dr. Huenink, also the Library.The hours and a Marionette showon
asked about paving Beden- Barbara Pearsall Kim within the next few missioners to get the move Weeks Family and the Junior Women will June 13 at 2 p.m. It will
baugh Street and Chairman Buhler Debbie Parmenter. FRIENDS:'; /AND days by MayorCommissionerNeal under, way.Farnsworlh's. Coleman Family of Starke. distribute reading material to close with a party for all
Curtis said there was some Kathy Fowler and Tom NEIGHBORS Tucker to look into the request was All interested quartets are all elementary schools in the readers.
confusion about the right of Bradley.The Mr. and !Mrs. Hershel possibility of merging and received by the com- invited to participate, and the county this week. "Boys and girls should not
way next to Mrs. Mathis' Presidential Patch and Waldrun have a new memberof consolidating the functions of missioners with the response public is invited to dress up in Mrs. Martha Minx settle for a dull summer, but
property. Trisler suggested Certificate has been earned bya their family. She arrived at the Starke Zoning Board into being somewhat "mixed" old fashioned clothes and Librarian, said that all be off into a world of ad-
finding out if the city had rightof fifth grader, Kenny Clark. 9:30 a.m. and they named her the County Zoning Board,with among the members. After a come enjoy the day with the children who can read are venture" Mrs. Steffa says.
way and if they did, then Trophies which the PTA has Karen Ann.Anniversaires. the ultimate objective of lengthy discussion of some of congregation.PINE.
pave the street. If not, then furnished will be given out to providing a single regulatory the pro's and con's that could
pave up to her property and the following students for : Irving and body to administer the zoning possibly ensue as a result of a LEVEL Smokey Says:
their physical fitness per- Charline Meres celebratedtheir rules, regulations and ordinances single -county-wide zoning Bradford County
stop.Mr.. Phillips asked about formance as based on sex and 7th wedding anniversaryMay on a countywidebasis. body,the commissioners were Four BAPTIST miles west CHURCH of Starke THE GOOD AND BAD LibrarylloursSIDE.CAREIFSSNE
completing the paving of age. Winners who are 10 years 28. hesitant about taking im SR-100. Church $
Orange Street and the are: Debbie Parmenter and Losing no time since the mediate action 'on the phone 964-
chairman said there was some Kenny Clark. 11 years, BIRTHDAYSWe proposal of a single body was proposal.It 6490. Parsonage, 9646407. MADE THE: Monday: 9amto8pmDIFFERENCE
Bible School '
disagreement of property Barbara Pearsall and Tom give belated greetings to recommended on Thursday, was finally decided that t a.m.Sunday Sunday Morning Wor-, 10 Tuesday:; Thursday:
owners about the right of way Bradley George Bass will Terrie Ann Brown whose May 30, when the county's the best course of action to Friday:
1973 land use study was take at this time would be the Training ship, 10:50: ;6 Sunday Evening .Y 9am to 5pm
appointment of a study p.m. t Saturday 9 am to 2 pm
to and
presented county city Evening Worship, 7 p.m.
committee from the com-
officials, the City Zoning Wednesday Evening -\ CLOSED ALL DAY
Board went on record at its missioners to work out the"mechanics"
Worship, 7:30.: / WEDNESDAYLIBRARY
meeting Monday, June 3, of the proposalwith Rehearsal, 8:30.: OHEi(
agreeing unanimously in the present members of Thursday Visitation, 7:30: SERVICES FREE
favor of the recommendation.City the city and county zoning nI
boards and the Board of p.m.Sunday st TOALLBRADFORDCOUNTY
Zoning Board Chair- Evening Teen RESIDENTSWARM
1E man Pat Farnsworth appearing County Commissioners. 5 .
Singers practice, p.m.ft.
at the Mayor Tucker said that he
city commissioners
$4fg meeting Tuesday, would appoint the committee r r r
; June 4, recommended some within the next few days.

birthday was April 24. W.
Terry Anzaldi who was 10 Morris WEATHER AHEAD -

years old on May 29. She TIME TO GET IN SHAPE
celebrated with friends, with Higgin hot ham r
w'I cake and ice cream.
Danny Wolfe's birthday was
know It the lazy days of sum
Before we
Morris W.
May 31. He was 10 old.
will be tradedin
June Birthdays: Richard 74, of Hampton was dead on ; Jrs mer will be here and jackets
of us
shorts. Many
Ml for bathing suits and
Newman, 23 years old June 4, arrival at Bradford Count .rt16. taking a more critical look In the mirror
Barbara Bruno, June 4, Kathy Hospital after a sudden I are
Ct and finding those extra pounds we picked up
( ((2
Phillips 18 years old June 12, at his home in Hampton on ".* last Christmas are still there. There's still
Bobby Gene Chastain, son of Thursday, May 30. Starke ,$ enough time for a sensible diet, the type that
Mrs. Myrtle Starling June 7, 1 gets rid of Inches as well as pounds and helps
and Louise Mobley, June 16. He was born in Dinsmore on Opportunities for Service you keep them off.
Apr. 29, 1900 and had lived Sunday Sunday School.
SENIOR:'; CITIZENSThe with a daughter in Hamptonfor 9:45: a.m.,Morning Worship at Be sure to ret your doctor's advice to before follow -
He give you the plan
the He was a o'clock Baccalaureate dieting. can
regular meeting of the year. 11 ; sacrifice health' for your
Senior Citizens will be held retired farmer,and a memberof Sunday Evening at 8. so you won't your with anythingyou
If supply
And we can you
i June 7 at 7:30: p.m. the Beaver Street Baptist Tuesday Helen Masters might need we'll be more than pleased.
I Mr. and Mrs. W. Fontaineand Church, Jacksonville. Group at the church, 10 a.m.;
Mrs. E. Vaughan attended Ida Darby Group at home of YOU OR YOUR DOCTOR CAN PHONE US
the meeting at'Starkeon Surviving are a son, MorrisW. Mrs. Paul Raymond 2:30: when you need a delivery. We will deliver
I ( ( June 3 to organize the Higginbotham, Jr., Jacksonville p.m.; Lorena Epperson Groupat promptly: without extra charge. A great many
( Bradford County Senior ; six daughters, Mrs. home of Mrs. L. N. people rely: on us for their health needs. We
I Citizens Council.JRevivalJune. Millicent Case, Lake City; Pickering, 3 p.m.; Brownlee welcome requests for delivery service and charge
Mrs. Winifred Boyer, Middle- Group at home of Mrs. Phyllis accounts.LOCH'S.
burg; Mrs. Mildred Kir- Phillips; Lottie Moon Groupat
10.16At chaine, Hampton; Mrs. church; Ethel Biggs Groupat
Winnie Faye Whittaker, home of Mrs. Mildred DRUGSPRESCRIPTION
1/ Beulah Tallahassee; Mrs. Martha Cuttino, 7:30.Wednesday: .
BaptistA Ann Bryan Jacksonville; and Family Night CHEMISTS
Mrs. Melodie;; Snellgrove, Fort Supper, 6 o'clock; Prayer
week-long revival will White; one brother, Rev. Earl Meeting and R. A.,6:30: 166 W. Call St.0:) ,.<_? Starke, Fla

begin Monday, June 10, and Kirkland, Jacksonville; two Teachers and Officers .Phone 964.6757 For Dependable Deliveries
climax Sunday, June 16, at sisters, Mrs. Kell Duffee, Meeting,7:15: ; Church Choir, 8
Beulah Baptist Church on SR- Jacksonville, and Mrs. Dell o'clock. K k rt ... K
21 between SR-16 and Ryals, Baldwin; 28 grandchildren -BEN P. BRYANT, Pastor
... and 22 greatgrandchildren. .
Keystone Heights. -

Choose From 3 Services are set nightly at .

7:30.: The evangelist will be Funeral services were heldat
Rev. R. M. Barber. Special 2 p.m. Monday, June 3, at Auto
music will be provided each the graveside in Keene
Doublewidesor night. Cemetery near Callahan with
Rev. Connie Johnson of
Everyone is welcome to ficiating. DeWitt C. Jones
attend, according to Pastor Funeral Home was in chargeof
Luther McGee. arrangements.


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