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 13, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven JUNE 14 ,.:" ,

Vol. 95No. STARKE. FLORIDA 13 Cents
47 Thursday,June 13,1971 Copy

Starke Seeking Stay

p ;t'a't )'Sj' v r ri In Gas Curtailment

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?v;, As Fuel Prices Rise

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l .) : y Following notice effective Monday, June 10, that future
deliveries of fuel oil to the City of Starke would carry

.y I Union Blacks another price increase of two cents raising the total priceto

lh 29 cents per gallon that the city will be forced to pay for

fuel oil, Mayor-Commissioner Neil Tucker accompanied by

City Attorney George Pierce, conferred with officials of

i Want Action the Florida Gas Corp. on Tuesday June 11, at company

headquarters in Winter Park, to request a deferment of

the city's natural gas curtailment

The present schedule, now in effect, calls for a curtail

From SchoolsLAKE ment in the supply of natural gas of 10 days in July, 10

days in August and 11 days in September. The city officials

BUTLER -. Washington replied request to Florida Gas was to defer the 31 (days of

1 eyc Remedies for an eight-point "You're not a classroom curtailment for the three months' period until sometime
program of alleged teacher. You couldn't know." after the beginning of the city's new budget! year which
grievances designed to improve Cason also denied any begins October 1.
I the status of blacks in discrimination between black -
Union County's school system and white students in the For each 10 day period that used in I those cakillation--I ,
to the School matter of expelling students, can be deterred! a cost savings _'"> cents! PIT /gallonGirl:
; 1 Roar Tuesday night by and pointed out that several ol approximately $14.000
James Washington, stale blacks were serving on the would be realized by the city
president, and Wayne Green, KSAA: advisory board which II I the request is approved; usniiide 14
It's not every day a million dollar check is slid across the School Board Chairman Seeber Goodman looks on as bank local chairman of the has a total membership of 13. lor the 31 days the oily /
desk! to a local bank official. But last Thursday al the Florida Vice-president J. E. Tomlinson accepts the check Southern Christian Leadership In regard to the recognition could possibly save as ninth.
Bank at Starke one was deposited by School Business representing state bond funds to be !spent on major school ('on ference. ol Marlin Luther King Cason as $4,1.0110 during thl'.ft'lmundcr
:Manager Eddie Douglas. building projects within the year.i "This is a sincere and asked "Do you know of any ol this budget year DrownsMonday
peaceful effort," Washingtonsaid counties in the state that are Mayor Tucker said gas:
i, in presenting a petition doing this" company olhl'iulsuuld
!signed by "more than 500) advise him by nexl1\lundl\
I Biff School) Construction Check) Arrives citizens and students" of Tuesday ot their! decision!
Union County urging the which would be! contingent
By the margin of one-half Community State Bank the including phases an 5 of the I.OIt.-M: ( >o) deposited and board "to employ an equal Butler upon the lurther approval t III! **
percent the Florida Bank at Florida Bank at Starke Bradford High School, a new the $l.l.:>o.Kio( to lie spent on amount of teachers and other authorities uthe'/ Federal \ 14 trill old tin I .1-i
Starke has been designated submitted! the highest interest building to relieve congestion construction will be made up school operationall employees on Power! (Commission drowned", Mnnd.iv: .,,11< i 1"011'
depository lot S1.IIII.l:; t.27 in rate and got an okay May 2li ut Bradford Middle School by interest drawn on the levels in accordance with regulatory l hud with whom whitestunuuung\ "illi In<'mini /
!slate !school construction Irom the Bradford School three new kindergarten rooms deposit, says Supt. Jim the percentage equal to the Election Set the linal decision rests ii |burrow pit in*' wi.1 nl.I !S
black of Union ::111III\ the Lincoln\ I Cuy\ ,.ue "i ol\
In mis. Board( to act as depository for ill both Starke and Southside Temple population
The money was deposited in the school capital outlay Elementary: Schools, plus County, including black This is the latest!! t net iontaken south St.like'Die
million ut H.5
lunds $1 percent principals in the schools." The June 25A by the city commissioners holy\ ol ilona; vvnoil-,
the bank last existing
refurbishing rooms
School Business! Thursday Manager by ,.. and adding air conditioning at interest would ((raw S5HM)!: ( ) in.. overflow crowd of some 150: in their battle daughter ;ill 1 1I"b: I l-.ll: .v \I l.U ...

x t Eddie Douglas, the lint the two elementary schools, a a )'oar. board has blacks attending the meeting four way race is set June against the rapidly escalating i Mids' ol LIIII'IIIII"'I\' ,.Iii'! I
The lunds came to the already caused the board to that the city must! t pay l 'I'. \\uids ol Lulnssr\ ( \\ .i-
total of move prices
million dollar check ever to be some 311,000 square 23:; lor three city council seats
earned some $:ir,0H( ) in interest
county school system via a irom its regular downstairs lor tuel oil pulled' <111'011I i i deep' portion' III
feet of classroom
deposited in the Florida Bank new space.The up tor grabs in Lake Butler '
the while itwas .
ill Starke. according to J. K. state revenue certificate sale on money meeting room to the larger All three incumbent The lirst action called lor a the I borrow pit ill Mi 11 | in/
Tomlinson. bank olticial. lor school construction. The board will spend the on deposit in :New York, upstairs courtroom.The councilmen William W. :.r: percent Iud adjustment! Monday: 11\. iiu-iiilnTs ol. 'tin"
Bradford School Board has construction funds in several prior to being wired Wednesday eight-point !surcharge to be levied againstthe 1 !r.i-.idlo'rd: ( '11I11I11. \ ..111111. ,.i
program White T. S. Thomas, Jr. and
Bidding: If.5 percent com- allocated a total of $1.150,000( () "draws" over the course of to the local presented by Washington and electric power consumers! I. iii' I Ilcpu'Unrnt.! P.laillnnl: 1
11<1I'l'd to III(0 percent for the for new school construction thecoming year. Difference in depository. ireen included: (Mayor-Commissioner'anon, plus a newcomer Margie to for the months ot June July. Mil-nil's! I MI icv. and s'',./"K,

Luke Butler politics educator August! t and September! I'olaa''Iepu 1 1'1 111I'111
On the day ol the adoption ol Tnnr ol (the illownit.cslnn.ilcd / .-
1. Equal participation tor James B. Galloway qualified
lo U- !i .in n.
the action to the ;
blacks in the! school system'sESAA before the deadline at :5 p.m. impose. .
I liv InvoMiiiatoi!' i '
!surcharge the city received Monday !
; (Emergency School Monday notice ul another increase IKC-I 'lion'(; :Moore. Br.iilioiildi ,

Tone Of Seriousness Hovers Assistance Act Title I Councilman White, business price .
shrill I 'Ihtmil I -
program lor improving basic manager lor the Union County ol two cents per gallonfor put' ) I .
fuel ell which more than |11 unouu(ed dead ,II I II I I 'I I /nit
skills, such as reading; with School system, is seeking a ,'
hal I'.i.idlord: ( niiiiiv llospii.i1
doubled the cost O't'I'1 "
more black membership on third term on the council
li\ I DiU I II: (iiuhliliopnit
they had paid the previousxew !
(the advisory board. White is mayor pro-tern. '
of l llu1 liowimm w.iilcl.iycd -
: !
2. More black bus drivers in Mayor Cason a deputy'
Over 1974 BHS GraduationA the school system. I Only one clerk in the office ol County several limns,! \\ lnii.iv
ol the ilroVMimvictim
\\ tlh a daily consumption ,| | iiuilcs -
employed in the county at this Clerk Robert Driggers, is
amounting to an average ol did not !report ill.
time). !seeking her third term on the
.... ... ,.. .. .. ......... .,. 3. Stop expelling and expulsion council. Mrs. Cason, wife ol 8.0UO gallons per day togenerate .accident Themolhti.'. \I ltvvoods "-
tone of seriousness Due! to ram, the graduatesand of black students. Jesse J M. Cason. has been the city s electricity.the l'l'pol'll'lllll'l'" dauuhicimissing ,
average daily increase in /: alI\ :.>o |p m \lolldIII \
hovered above the crowded families crowded in the 4. Stop the use of derogatoryterms ma>or for the past two xearsCouncilman .
when I the ho Maiko! Police .
cost is $:.UO: per day l I I1giutmoral
auditorium as the Bradford high school auditorium to hear! -. and name calling in T S. Thomas.
High .School Class of 1974! student speakers! and Davis, ::. reference to blacks (such as Jr. is a Union County surveyor latest two cent advance 'elleclive Thi drowning, < aimto
heard its top students and administrator of the 4. the word "nigger.") linishing out the one-year June 10 is. included light: only alter city |>olicollicers <'
received congratulations from University of Florida Medical 5. Stop discrimination on the unexpired term, to which he This cost! t increase! is in questioned l southiiliout '
the final who do of John Dckle addition to and not included in the )1.11'1'S) disap I! '
dignitaries in activity Center part of teachers not was elected
of this )ear's graduates.The Davis was a member of the allow black students to carry who resigned lor reasons of the calculations used! to I'N'ill'IIII'l'(
lirst graduating class to use textbooks home for study. health. Thomas is the son of determine the :\l.:> percent The girl was! consumed
commencement the auditorium in 10. j I, ,- <6. Improve the quality of Shep Thomas, superintendentof surcharge Cost ol Iud oil in the' hlll'l'lIpit swim l In> hunt
exercises were forced inside "I'm glad to be back in this I diet for students in luchrooms. schools in Union County for IHT hildrcn.. ranging) : ago)
because of u drizzling rain Irom ii-12! : loul |
auditorium. It seems that only .. (Complaints were reported many years.Newcomer. : H'II'S.11 plat 'I II
Monday evening. The over- I is! 'lid. I Deputy Moon-I
u I short time ago students ; concerning "rotten food" in Galloway madeit Student Arrested suspet
llow crowd numbered 1.200( or wearing penny! loalers strolled -- ,_ : : : ..i. .... cafeteria but no charge was a race with his l'nlry. since si a l1 I ositnesses!
more as parents and friends (the halls of u two-story -.", ."t. '" ...,;,..I... ". made of discrimination Lake Butler councilmen are \\ report I Mat l the
wished the graduates well and on Temple Avenue :"?ii.'W ; : between service to blacks and elected by voting lor the In Bomb ThreatA )Kill ,lumped in the pit butmeter
larewell for the last time, in humming 'Jailhouse Rock'Davis whites) number of positions open with came up Pal Hour). I'
some cases. said. ." \" 7. Inclusion of black historyas the candidates with the bomb threat hoax phonedto Public :Service; Commission!

"What I'd really like to say .". ... .' .. a part of the school highest vote winning. Bradlord High School has omplo.voe (and aclmu) .is a
"We need .,' .
each other" in diver at I he found( the
is not i
to graduates Is, there is only curriculum. Galloway running resulted in the arrest ofDwight
this world of specialisation one thing we can be sure of -*. ,It /:: : > 'V. .;! \ 8. Recognition of Martin against, a specific opponent, I Martin Goelhsch. 17. dead girl) alter aboul I live 1
and collected knowledge, John CIIANCiK-. ,,1., .':.)... (\if. Luther King's birthdate or but could displace one in of Slarke, last Friday al'- minutes ol !searching: III water
I D. Davis told ; ,
graduates of Change is moving ahead ata / .' assassination date in Union cumbl'nthlle two are ternoon at 1:05: p.m. accordingto about eight loot! deep at the
Bradford High at commencement supersonic rate Davis said. County schools. assured re-election. Deputy Sheriff Don I>enlon. !southwest corner ol the pit
ceremonies Monday Horses are out, airplanes are In replying to the charges Galloway is a teacher at The arrest came after the dun to provide dirt lor' the!
night in. he! said. point by point, Supt. James Union Middle School. lie has sixth bomb threat at the high I'.radlord Square hll"ping'lIll'I'
"Look at your life in prospective .... Cason termed the alleged been in Union County three school. It was the second (\ 'Henry reported the'girl's
ol education discrimination in not allowing years. arrest in the past two months. ) lace was.. !stuck in the
," Davis advise "Don't Nancy Causey, left, pins mortarboard on Debbie Barber as black students! to take text. Election rules require all Goethsch is a senior at BUS )liooo) clay bottom! ol the pit
1 he like the man w ho lived to be the two coeds make sure everything is just right before lining books home as "an outright candidates to live inside the and has been employed at the and I tut the IHK!) had to he
atattGrier old but quit using his mind at up to march into the BUS auditorium for graduation Monday falsehood." corporate limits. Starke Texaco Station pulled tree I
27." night. It t

"We are dependent! on you

our graduates.lo Valedictorian maintain society,"the Davis solidarity Hjalmar told the of 5 Women Lone Man Return Guilty Verdict In Assault 'II

McMillan advised the A rupist inmate of the .conviction of defendant t white race." reason or another, prior to mates to be lined up and Thomas. Sit.( Gaskins! !
graduates to take advantage Florida State Prison was l'ogman. In upholding Green's their required appearance escorted to the x-ray unit, a escorted the! wounded Ziegler
''of opportunities. "We don't sentenced to an additionalterm Composition of the jury was motion Circuit Judge TheronA. Ol the 27ho answered commotion developed! bet- from the wing. Ho had been.
need more opportunities," she of ten years upon the also something new in Yawn ordered that a new Brown's roll call, 18 were ween the defendant Cogmanand !stabbed In the upper loll arm
said. "We need to open our return of a unanimous verdictby Bradford County trials. The jury list be drawn in accordance female andI\ were male Inmate Theodore Ziegler und in the! lower lelt side ol his
eyes to see the opportunities a predominately female jury empaneled for Cogman's with a random resulting in the eventual who started running down the body
BedfordBrooklynCrystal available lo us." jury in Bradford County Trial wascomposed of only process that would not exclude selection of a new kind of jury corridor of the wing. Zieglerwas Al the conclusion! of (the
Lake Taxpayers Graduation is filled with Circuit Court, Monday, June one male member and live the service of females for Bradford County, five being chased by Cogman. cross-examingtion by
Meeting Set June 15 mixed emotions as students to. with Circuit Judge WayneM. females!, two of whom were and blacks. female, two of whom were Cogman had an unidentified Assistant Public Defender
depart perhaps never seeing Carlisle presiding. black. The County'Commissioners, black, and one male. piece of metal in his right Aaron (irt.'C1"f the !slate's
each other again she said. Ronald A. Cogman 23 a This situation was brought following through on the With the jury finally em- hand with which he took a third witness, intitule
Salutatorians Harriet black inmate was adjudged about on Jan. 10 of this year judgement of the court, placedall paneled Assistant State Attorney swipe at Ziegler. according to Theodore Ziegler the
Elks Club Faulkner and Eddie Blalock guilty by a six-member jury, during the trial of the Gar of the names of the ( Elwell brought forth a the tesUgjjMiy of Sgt J. P, defendant Ronald ('o nlal1
Plans Social also spoke to the graduates. following his trial Monday. ment Factory 14. when county's registered voters in a parade of six witnesses for the Gaskin Hhawas only six feel arose In a rage Irom his chair
Saturday Night Graduates are leaving the June 10, on two counts Assistant Public Defender box and drew without prior statewhose composite away. PB time. and let loose with a verbal
!' >'t. old and beginning the new aggravated assault and Aaron Green filed a motion screening, a new jury list of testimony disclosed that on FolU&ihglegler's stab outburst directed ut his 'at.
Miss Faulkner said. Soon possession of a weapon by a ''challenging the manner in about 1,000 names from which the morning of Sept. 27, 1973. bing.Cogman was subdued by torney. (''' mun'as.. I
: Important decisions will be state prisoner, as the result of which juries were selected" in the venires are now drawn.In at about 9:20: a.m a group of Lt Henry, W. Harris, but displeased because, certain
', C-Y" made, she said. an incident that occurred at Bradford County the venire for Monday's prison inmates housed on the Cogman managed to pass off questions had not been askedof
31e (QIommuntty&totr Blalock recounted saying a KSP on Sept. 27. 1973. Green's motion stated that trial total of 27 of the 42 who "S" wing of FSP were being the weapon to another inmate this particularI'itnl'Ss..
? prayer while climbing the Assistant'State Attorney "The jury lists compiled by had been summoned for jury made ready to have chest X-. John Sands who in turn Cogman. pursuing his
& gunk steps of an old building which Thomas M. Elwell, the County Commissioners of duty for the scheduled trials Rays made in a, mobile unit passed it off to another inmate verbal attack, but now
existed when he first started prosecuting his first case in Bradford County are composed answered the call of the roll by stationed just outside of "S" Steven Washington, directed ut -Judge Carlisle,
Am.nU NOT .lm..W Vf high school. Praying that the Bradford County for the state of disproportionately Clerk Gilbert S. Brown. wing. who later returned it to Sands. demanded that the cross-
T. $10.000 krnl steps would not fall, he said. laid out the evidence to the high number of pt'rsonsho Fifteen of (hose summonedhad After the eel I doors had been Sands then gave the knife over
... P.. M. _?... C.,. (See Page 13)) jury that resulted in the are male members of the been excused for one opened for a few of the in-' into the custody of Lt. J, 4.? IS'I'I"IIIt":!)

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Women ,... .. .. .. .. .... .. .. ...... .. ... .. ...... 1974 Garden Club Short CourseSet Breath Of Life Local Scouts :Join: Race I

(From Page 1)) Chairman Named .
June 19 21 At University"Kinetic -
examination of Ziegler be court that they were unable to There are some 52 rafts Troop 70 spent Monday
Starke Scout 70
allowed to continue, and that reach a verdict and were Mrs Ronald Newman has Troop at Branford's
North night
Trends in FlowerArranging" Course. Registration for the launched its raft the Gay carrying more than 300 camping
recalled to the courtroom for ,
he would be the been named chairman for the Park where
asking and "History ofIkeband" entire course is $20( and the Monte, Tuesday for a five-day 'Florida( scouts in the 12th Ivey Landing
questions. further instructions from the Breath of Life fund drive to be for the
is annual On hand Sunday tents were provided
will be two of the optional banquet $5. At- float race down the Suwannee race.
Judge Carlisle calmly judge. featured presentations at the tendance for one day is $7. conducted 1 in Starke. River in the 12th annual as the first wave of Itt rafts night there. After getting the
requested that the jury be After deliberating again 1974 Garden Club Short (For further information, Suwannee Raft Race. was launched was Harold Gay Monte into the water
removed from the courtroom. until 7:45: a unanimous verdictof write Dr. Shannon Smith The drive is sponsored by Nygaard of Lake City, a Tuesday the boys spent
Course, June 19-21 at the ; 113 The trip will last for six
Following that, he told guilt on each of the two Rolfs Hall, Univ. of the Fibrosis scout official who Tuesday night at Butler's
University of Florida according Florida. Foundation nights! with the last day, prominent
Cogman to abstain from counts was returned by the Research ( and will
any Smith Gainesville 32611. through the years has seen his Landing, Wednesday night at
to Shannon Pre- Sunday, being race day for the
further outbursts and to jury Ronald, against the. defendant Home Grounds Specialist of registration by mail is ac- begin on Sept. 8. Starke troop. The race will brainchild blossom forth with Dixie County boat landing,

confine his questions throughhis Cogman.At the University of Florida ceptable or you can register at cover a seven mile stretch of preminence in national scout and will spend tonight
of Assistant
attorney, Assistant Public the request Institute of Food and the short course. Please makeall !Mrs. Newman says anyone theSuwannee, with the winner circles. Nygaard organized (Thursday. June 13)) at Hart
Public Defender Aaron
Defender Aaron Green, who Greena Agricultural Sciences. checks payable to: Florida interested in helping as a receiving a trophy, from (the first race in 1IH:1! :) with Springs, Friday night the
was there for that purpose, poll ot the individuals on the and (troop will be at Fannin
An outstanding program is Cooperative Extension Service volunteer in the Septemberdrive Fannin Springs to Pine seven rafts 28 boys.Starke's
and that if he could jury was made as to the and
not that it
planned for all gardeners this can reach her at her Landing. Troop 70 departedthe Springs Saturday night
was within his discretion to unanimity of the verdict and after- the race will end at Pine
home telephone number. launched Scout Hut Monday
year at the Short Course. Troop 70's raft was -
manacle and him one of the jurors replied that 70 will
if returnto
gag third noon. Harold Gay transportedthe Landing Troop
Those rejoining the short l Tuesday in the
necessary and that he would she had turned in a verdict of course will find many In- Union Blacks ..".... ....... ...................... wave of boy scouts starting Gay Monte by trailer and Starke Sunday night at
do just that if to the guilty but that it was contrary 8
again put novations and newcomers will out on the annual raft race. truck to Branford. Scouts approximately p.m.
to her conscience. eight cheerleaders were the 1974 race are Thursday night at Hart
test.The find a wide variety of (From Page I) making
defendant then Judge Carlisle pronounced a black the school had a black Bobby Smith, Todd Schmidt, Springs is family night.
demanded of the sentence of five for programs. Homecoming Queen last Cancer Crusade will the celebration
judge to be years Two speakers will be Washington replied, "Well year Chris Felos. Matthew and Families join -
allowed to have his say in the Cogman on the charge of featured. Mrs. John Higgins we've got to startsomewhere. and a majority of the Mark Box Terry Mundorff, on the final three days.
final argument of the case. aggravated assault and five from Oklahoma will present ." basketball team was black. Drive At $3,736 Kevin Miller, and Monty Scouts will receive special
When this was denied Cogman years for possession of a "I've tried to see that black Stephens. John Miller is the training on all phases of
and his
asked the judge what sectionof weapon by a state prisoner, programs"Kinetic Trends on "Collages"in nowerArrangements" Concluding SCLC head presentationthe and white are treated alike" The 11(74!( Bradford County adult accompanying the scouting at the overnight
said, "We
the law applied that ruling. the ten years to be in addition of would like he said "and no complaints Cancer/ Crusade has collected scouts on the trip. camps.
"Mine," said the judge.At to the prison terms now being a study answers to these have been called to my attention i.7B: :) lacking $700 to reach its
flowers, light and motion.Florida's problems by next board "
this Green served. l 1\174\ goal $4,436.
requested point and was granted a Cogman, now 23, has been in l own Airs.\ Lucille meeting I don't think the Washington asked that the Last week in Lawtey the
recess for a conference with confinement since the age of Davis will give a lecture- black community is going to matter be placed on the Florida State Prison inmatesat YOURSELF
demonstration "The continue with the
the defendant Cogman.The 13. He is presently serving a on way thingsare agenda for the July board the Work Release Center
of Ikebana" well There has
History as
state's final two wit- term at the FSP on a rape meeting. "We'll come back polished 32 cars at $10. each.
conviction in Hillsborough two workshops in Ikebana gradual disappearance of seeking an answer in increasing Mrs. Davo Shuford, leaderof
nesses were Lts. D. E.
Coggins and Lewis E. Turner County and another term for arrangements.Six different will black teachers school from the Union numbers," he said the Lawtey Drive collected WORTH MORE !
whose testimony establishedthe assault with intent to commit workshops County system. It "What we have now we are $(fiUO(!( and (the school children
chain of custody and the murder in Union County. be offered this year. Wall appears that in some counties, not going to settle for. If our collected $2<\IH in "Send a

identification of the knife usedin Assistant Public Defender plaques miniatures,, Ikebana corsages plant, such have as punished Union black school teachers boards charges" are not true, we want Mouse to College" drive. (By Becoming)
the assault upon Ziegler. Aaron Green, was given ten proof. Thi're is more to come
The knife had been fashioned days to file a motion for a new vironmental multiplication improvement and en- have because 90{ of teachers integration.in your You Cason said he would in- according to Miss Lillian More Self Assured
trial. vestigate the complaints.In Slump, Chairman for the
from a quarter inch piece of
flat iron about ten inches in environmental workshops are included.workshop The system(one music and instructor only two and blacks one other action the board: Cancer Society. More Positive in Your Outlook

length sharpened to a point on should be outstanding since it guidance counselor). That is Approved Raymond More Persuasive in Selling Your Ideas
one end and wrapped in will be conducted by Mrs. only one and one-third percent Massey and Norman ::rC\: :: :: :: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::\;:.
Stephenson two termson 4
adhesive tape for a handle on Robert Hannon, National representation, while the the Esther year Scholarship More Skilled in Dealing With People
King Card Of Thanks
(the other. 0
Environmental Improvement county has at least 26 :
Following the testimony of coordinator and Mr. John black population. Screening Committee. ;::.::.0.---. .... .............: More Valuable to Your Church, Your
Approved the request of -O----
defense witnesses Walter ::
Statham Records Custodian, J Blalock Community Affairs "If you're sincere, you'lllook Dave Jewell Department of Business and Your Community.
Sears.Wednesday .
t coordinator for solutions to these Education (Food Service THANK YOU
inmates Steven
Washington evening the FIND OUT HOW YOU CAN
and John Sands and the Ut problems, Washington said. representative for a summer
class will
tour the
then I May we take this method to
defendant Ronald "If you're not sincere lunch program in connection
Cogman State Museum and Thursdaywill black citizens Thank all of our friends and DEVELOP YOUR TALENTS BY
and the l final arguments in the think are readyto with the summer enrichment
case the jury retired for feature banquet. do something. If there was program, providing the neighbors for their many acts of
deliberation of the verdict at The sessions are set June 19- any initiative by the board, feeding program is administered kindness and generosity duringour ATTENDING A
21. at the Keitz Union, black teachers would come by the recreation recent time of trouble.
3:30: p.m. University of Florida, for the back to the county." department headed by Larry Words cannot adequately express -
At 7:05: the jury advised the 1974 Garden Club Short Powell our gratitude. Free Orientation ClassOf
Cason said he 'had no objection -
to qualified black -Approved a grant application The
for $40.000 in KSAA: Sincerely
teachers, but declared the Nile Et Barbara Scott ft Sons
county had very few applications Dale Carnegie CourseNo
VAN H. PRIEST from blacks. "We Approved" a "Finding( of 1tp

don't have the sources that Facts, as presented by the
board's ( Cost or Obligation)
attorney Wayne
communities have, he
1 132 W.CALL said.some "Our is Carroll listing charges 'inrterY: Working
area not attractive -
: to black teachers against Bruce of the Union County Saturday June 13, has been
because of poor housing Middle School and Richard set as the date for a working at Clay Electric Co-op Keystone Hgts.
facilities and the lack of I ,
Hue. music teacher and band Dyal Cemetery All interested
Squeezable cultural activities. director A suit seeking to persons are urged to attend
GozRIN The Superintendent expressed enjoin dismissal of the two and bring the tools.
the belief that "there necessary The Dale Carnegie Course Will Be Held In
educators from the school
isn't a student in school
Charm! FOR system is now pending in Keystone Heights Beginning June 20thFor
system who can honestly say (Federal District Court in Foil S,1LE: Notebooks,

"'>' \ OVER DRY he or she has "been Jacksonville. The Finding of :Memo pads, envelopes, Further Information Ph. 733-6010
discriminated He machine
against. markers adding
\ ;t. t SKIN (Facts list Supt.! Cason as the Presented 8'11/1Fa/ / Institute
Rolls pointed out that five out of and cash rrg. paper The
petitioner and Clark and Rue
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of 2.3 children
average as
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Jergens Census survey in 1973, down
from 2.4 in 1971 and 2.9 in 1967. pro-style golf bag macgregor golf balls

Lotion Is this desire for smaller ,

A. I. M. 61/20Z. Prel! not families? continuing in 1974 or

SIZE t Shampooooth taking Mrs.a Norma survey(Foray in this area will be to free tees and ball markers!

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I Ja9rv NugentPadgettDate Mrs. Guy H. Sale CAS

Set July 12 Installed As TAKES

Mr. and Mrs. Paul C )i Al UDC PresidentMrs.
Nugent, Sr. announce the
engagement and approaching Guy H. Sale was installed
marriage of their daughter, president of W. T. I
Glenda Denise, to Everett M. ri Week's Chapter, UDC, at a I i'T MINUTE
(Marty) Padgett, Jr., son of covered dish luncheon Q
Mr. and Mrs. Everett M. l ) L meeting Wednesday of last
Padgett, Sr., aU of Starke. week at the Kingsley Lake
The wedding will be an home of Mrs. W. B. Mundy.
event of July 12 at 7:30: p.m. in Co-hostesses were Mrs. Sale
Pine Level Baptist Church and Mrs. Charley Johns.
with a reception following at',: Mrs. Lester Crews presidedat
the home of the bride's the short business meeting,
parents.All and Mrs. E. L. Matthews
friends and relatives are installed the following officersto
invited to attend.LITTT. serve with Mrs. Sale: Mrs.
L Johnny Barrett, vice-
: w 1 president; Mrs. James

rri' 1 Stroud, secretary; Mrs. C. N.
I IE Christy, treasurer; Miss
FillyawCrawford Linda Reynolds Weds Madge Middleton, registrar;
and Mrs. Elzle Sanders,

To Wed June 29 E f ,Richard White In JacksonvilleMrs. historian.The members gave Mrs.

Myrtle Young of to a satin headpiece and she Lester Crews a standing
Peggy Ann Fillyaw, Starke announces the carried a nosegay of pink and ovation for her services Clean
daughter of Mr.and Mrs.E. Z. marriage of her daughter, white pompoms and car rendered for the past two
Lee of StM> vwUl be vnlted In Linda
Reynolds, to Richard nations. With this she wore a years.
marria a 'at 7 p.m. White of Jacksonville. single strand of pearls. Preceding the installation a
to ,JOn 01 Rev. Bill Lovell performedthe The bride and groom are delicious luncheon was served
Mrs: Del the double-ring ceremony at residing at 621 W. Francis from tables centered with
IateJtt>rIiC1GAMerO the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Street, Starke. yellow day lilies.
Wise on June 1 at 9 a.m. in the Used
ill 'illp e'dII presence of the family and a Cars
at _DNMT iltG...... .M '+L few close friends. Altar Pit Ionsgraduates
Loop:All) "' '1eIU. -s The bride, given in Society

are invitr..t M1 marriage by her brother, Breakfast For G;,
Harold Young, wore a white
Barbara Farria satin floor length dress 1974Chevrolet
ay Party decorated with lace. Her St. Edward's Altar Societymet the Church grounds.
Barbara chapel length veil was secured in the parish hall Tuesday Father James Cregan will ImpalaCustom
"#or Bill CheluneBill Farris evening, June 4, with the offer a special Mass at 8 a.m. I Coupe. Bright Blue Paint with Dark Vinyl Trim. Power Steering Power
Vickery-Chism president, Mrs. Michael on June 16 when the following Brakes, Air Conditioning, V-8 and Automatic Transmission. Only 11,000 Miles. Over
Ennnn-:11--; unAnt........ TIJ lUlU Gilhooly, presiding.Mrs. High School graduates will be $5,000 New.
Chelune III celebrated Date PostponedThe Lester Humphries honored: Terry Kite, Lisa
t his ninth birthday last Mon. Mr. and Mrs. announced that Mrs. Rudy Newman James Gissy, $4,195.00
day from 12 noon to 3:30: p.m. Farris of Raymond S. wedding of Debra Chism was taking care of Eugene Meng, Sallye Meng,
with a hot dog lunch and swim announce the Keystone Heights Vickery to Randall Chism, altars during June. Mrs. Gerald Meng, and Steven
party given by his parents approaching engagement of their and scheduled for June 21, has Francis Meng volunteered to Weissinger. After Mass the
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Chelune II, daughter, Barbara marriage Lorraine been postponed. do this work during July, and graduates will be guests of 1973Chevrolet
at their home at the Starke to James Jackson Mrs.Gladys Weldon offered to honor at a breakfast at
Motor Court.Following McMurtry, have altar care during Holiday Inn. Parents and
son Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Impala4Door
friends invited to attend.
August. are
lunch the'eleven Heights.The McMurtry. also of Keystone Thomas Family Mrs. Chism reported sending The next Altar Society Hard Top Sedan. Dark Green with White Top. 18,000 Miles. One Owner Car.
children played games cards to the sick and meeting is scheduled for This is a Fine Impala.
assisted by his mother and event of wedding will be an Reunion June 23 bereaved, and of assisting September 3, at 7:30: p.m. in
sister, Lynda, and then went September 7 at 7:30: those in need.It the Parish Hall. $3,195.00
swimming in the pool. Community p.m. In the Keystone Church. Heights The William and Louisa was decided to conduct a After the meeting Miss

Wilson Thomas rummage sale Saturday on Betty Gehringer was honored
Those attending were Beth reunion will be held at Beulah a
and John David Francis, Mrs. E. P. Renner is Baptist Church on State Road shower given by members of
Clyde Sumner, Jimmy Bell, spending two weeks with her No. 21 in Clay County (between the Altar Society. Chevrolet Vega NotchbackCoupe.
Tommy Crosby, Craig Sapp, brother.ln-law and sister, Mr. Keystone and
Debbie Smith, Ann Cannon, and Mrs. J. W. Prater in Middleburg) on Sunday June G. T. Engine, 4 Speed Transmission Radio Heater, and Factory Air Con
and Miss Karen Cissy ditioning. Super Clean. 10,000 Miles.
Steve Carter, Kurt Rappand Temple City, Calif., at
Ronnie Barross. their mountain home at Lake 23.The
Arrowhead meeting will begin at 11 'n Earns FAU DegreeMiss $1,995.00
Calif. a.m. with morning worship d

-caruinna-- .---, .InlinUlari_.wn__ hv-J .n. rlin.-;..._._ Karen Gissy was
at 1 p.m. There will ii be a among 2,400 to graduate at
business meeting of the organization commencement exercises at 1972Chevrolet
at the conclusion.All Florida Atlantic University at
family connections and Boca Raton this past Sunday, Impala2Door
CARPET interested friends are cordially June 9.Miss. Custom Coupe. Light Green with Dark Vinyl Top. Power Steering Power
invited to attend. Gissy earned a Brakes, Air Conditioning, Automatic Transmission, V-8 Engine. Clean.
WALL PAPERMATCHING Bachelor of Science in
education. She is the daughterof $2,895.00
FABRICS Methodist Women Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gissy of
Starke and a 1970 graduate of
DECORATOR FURNITURE Honor GraduatesMembers Bradford High School. 1972Chevrolet
Miss Gissy graduated from
of the Unitec FAU with a 3.53 grade point Impala
& ACCESSORIES Methodist Women honored tbr average. She has accepted a 4-Door Sedan. White with Blue Vinyl Top. This Is a Clean Family Car With all the

VINYL FLOOR COVERING 1974 Methodist graduates at c position as media specialist at Comforts.
dinner party Sunday at thi Bradford Middle School
Holiday Inn. starting this fall. $2,795.00

Down the length of the long DixonGayWed

dining table were orange owl 27thMrs. Elks Plan Social, 1972
candles at intervals, with the
tall center owl wearing a I Covered Dish Meeting Chevrolet Half Ton FleetsidePickup.

graduation cap.Graduates Allene Dixon, of Light Green Paint,6
Starke 'announces the Engine.This pickup Runs and Drives Good.
o. attending were
A social Saturday night is
Sally Torode, Tim Crews, marriage of her daughter; I set June 15 by the Starke Elk's $1,895.00
Martha Struth, Darlene Julia Maxine, to Stephen W. I Lodge.A .
Hobbs, Joey Bakken, and Gay, son of Mr. and Mrs. meeting and covered dish
Harold L. of Starke.
Stuart Strickland. The Gay
is set June 1972
supper Monday, 17,
The marriage took place on
graduates were each at the Elks
presented with the book, Monday, May 27, in Dothan,, Chevrolet Vega Hatchback
When You Graduate," from
Carl L Johns Robert L. Kitchens Ann Brown the church. Ala.They are residing in Mill- BBC Set Meeting Coupe. Orange Paint, Black Stripes. Clean. Only 17,000 Miles.

Open 9.10..m.to 5:00: p.m.Mon.through Fri.cloud Sat Also enjoying the affair ington, Tenn., where Mr. Gay
or by appointment were Rev. and Mrs. George L. is stationed with the Marine Saturday NightA $1,795
Harper, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. G. Corps. Both Mr. and Mrs. Gay
M4 North Tempi((904))964 4252-Stark..Florida 3201. L. Harper, Jr., and Mr. and are 1973 graduates of Bradford
Mrs. Drew Reddish. High School. meeting of the Bedford- 1972Plymouth
Brooklyn-Crystal Lake
Taxpayers League is set Fury
Saturday, June 15, at 7:30:
6 Passenger Wagon,
Power Steering, Power Brakes, Automatic Transmission, V-8
in the auditorium of
p.m. Clay
Electric Cooperative in Engine, Air Conditioning,Tape System, Clean. This is the Special of the Week. Saveon
Keystone Heights.All .
General Revenue Sharing provides federal funds directly 10 local and stale governmenta. The law,requires each government prospective new members are $1,495.00
publish a report of its plans for the use of these funds to inform its citizens and 10 encourage therrticipation.in deciding how invited to attend, states A. S.
the money ought 10 be spenl. Within, the purposes listed your government may change this spending plan. Leath. 1972Chevrolet


CATeGORIES) CAPITAL MONTENAN EICI RNCaf'CRO 7IN COLiNT'r'I FILING writer stands CABINETS.desks, chairs Type-, VegaPanel

I NTlCIPATING A CENE; L R.V N\JE SHARING PAY. and safes. We can order Express Wagon. (We sold It new). Gray paint with Tan Trim. A perfect
1 PUBLIC S 'ETY S $ 23 600,00 ....
. $::1..9) ..e,3 them for you. The Office Delivery Vehicle.
i 2 ENVIRONMENTAL Shop. Ph. 9646305.NOTICE
3 PUdLlC

1/' ACCOUNT NO. 10 ::1. 00'" 004- 4F444< * Super Specials * * * *
HEALTH S S 56,400.00 SRADFORD COUNTY This Is To Inform My Patients
-As Is-
I RECHEATION s S 12 000.00 CHRN SD OF COrlMe That I Am Closing My Office

DI4R 9STARKE 4'I 1972 Chevrolet Pickup Trucks Cylinder Engine, Automatic Transmission .
LIOAAAIES S s 19,845.00 June 29th. Anyone Desiring Short Wheel Base. One for $1,195.00. The other for $995.00.
FLORIDA 36191:

7 :ionlaaeiopiooR' s s 718.00S Medical Records Should Come

FINANCIAL' S $ IDIm.nwvsm...Rah.veb..nedvhedtMtacopyof By The Office This'MonthJ.W.Patray.Jr.MD:'
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8 GENERAL MULTIPURPOSE. GOVT." :AND $ \ clrcui.tlo4 I hive recards: docurnantlnll the Clerk contend yr s 1111. It Only Takes A Minute To Get A Better Deal!
.yarea .nrorpubpawutloyet
10 IDUCATION'': S t Office Bradford County Courthouse

I ..eua th. S.cnuly of th.Tr.wy that the nan dtrcdmlne COUNTY
.11 MOUSINOaCOM \ } son endM.eualon other et.tutory raqubamant. And Ia Put V of the TELEGRAPH
MUNITYOEVELOPMENT $ .ecomperylllq ell. neat wiD be cornpgd with Published every Thursday
by VU. r.crpl.nt govlmnent, with n.p.d 1 is. .n.,,, t at 138 W.Call Street /
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DEVELOPMENT $ Y+I tundjort.d ,Starke Florida 32091 e 4m
14 OHliRSp'I'I' $ \
ggn.tur.ofC cu OIRcar Second. Class postage paid
.at SUrke Florida 301 x0lTt '..
card of O +n p Camm_ Ralnh .nVn Chit'Is .an"TSIDO
TOTAL 4 $ 32,000.0 127,563.00 N.m.&Tld.-PI.eePrfnt 'I
S 11-6/13 Subscription Rain: STARKE FLORIDA"Sooner
In trade area t ".00 per
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.Outside trade area: 17.00 or Later Your Favorite Dealer"'
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Page 4 TELEGHAPII June 13, 197.1I

I For Retirement Raleigh Brannen Party Given 4ih mid //JoJ

Mrs. Arlin McKnight Mr and Mrs. Bill Graham Mrs. H.C.Ritch and Mrs. H. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Peck, Jr. \11'. mid Mis Fled Honnell/
and their husbands and wives, Nursing Director of the attended the graduation of M, Richarde spent last took Mrs. W. H. Holland to Sr, attended the Uc'iuuMI
several of the maintenance Bradford County Health Department their grandson, Gray Wednesday to Sunday visiting Register, Ga. Sunday, where leuilion/ in Live (Oak on SUII-
personnel, and other county attended the State Spengler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Shealy and Mr and Mrs. Holland will spend day.
school officials including Supt. Public Health Nursing Con John Spengler, from New- Mrs.Jimmy Ritch and family several weeks with friends
Jim Temple. ference at Jacksonville Beach berry Kindergarten on in Atlanta, and Mr. and Mrs. and relatives.Bill I David Mi'Knight\ is home for
After dinner the coor- Wednesday to Friday of last Tuesday.Mr. Zack Crawford in Augusta, Ion days Iron\ (he t'lmeisiUi '
dinator of operations.. Ken week. Ga. Adams attended the >| South Honda In-lou-
Young thanked Mrs. Mildred and Mrs. James S. wedding of Miss Mimi DuBoseto returning for summer siliiiol!
Lawson and her staff for Mrs. J. M. Vickers of Burton of Rome, Ga and Friends of Mark Hamiltonof Allen Gudenrath Athens,
preparing the supper. He Brunswick, Ga., Mrs. S. G. children were Sunday visitorsof Tampa, former Starke Ga last Saturday. See Page 5))
introduced board member H. Denmark, and Mrs. Vernon Mr. and Mrs. James M. resident, will regret to learn ( .
A. Lawson who presented Mr. Silcox are spending Thursday Barron. that he broke his right leg last
Brannen with 100 one dollar Nursing Degree to Saturday at Disney World. Thursday night while playing
bills as a retirement gift. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sch- with the Softball team.
Additional remarks of Mr and Mrs. Bill Grahamand wab of Merritt Island and
gratitude for Mr. Brannen's 28 Awarded June 7 LTC and Mrs. V. J. Eddie Schwab of Gainesvillewere Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter,
years of service were given by Spengler attended the weekend guests of Mrs. Sr. attended the graduation of
Mr. Young, Mr. Temple and To Miss GriffisMiss graduation of John Spenglerat Myrtle Anderson. their grandson, Carlton
board member Seeber the University of Florida Faulk. from Englewood High
Goodman. Diane Gail Griffis, Saturday, with an Arts and Charles Burton, who has School last Thursday after- GOBLETSby
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sciences degrees John will spent the past month with Mr. noon at the Jacksonville
Raleigh Brannen who is Claude A. Morgan, graduatedon continue his studies towards a and Mrs. James M. Barron, Coliseum. Carlton was voted G. Wright
"'\InnJ.( filer 211 years of :bJ 1Jou..Know June 7 with an Associate in master's degree at UF in two left Monday for Port St. Lucie the most valuable player with
'<'I \u.' with the Bradfordi Science degree in Nursing weeks. and Miami where he will visit the Englewood Rams for 1974
i '''1111\ Sihm l System was from Santa Fe Community his sister, Mrs. Martha and received a plaque for All t
hoiioifd: at a\ retirement Dr. H. H. Adams attendedthe College in Gainesville.Miss Drew Barry spent last Johnston. Gateway Conference. He is
-upper Thursday night!; June University of Florida Griffis resides in Wednesday to Sunday with his enrolled at the University at R r
t 6 .it,\ 7 p m at the Bradford- classes of Family Practice Gainesville and will be grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Miss Jeannie Faulk of Tampa where he received a
l mon Area \o-li-ch Center Review in Gainesville last working at Shand's Teaching W. N. Barry, in Newberry. Jacksonville visited her four-year scholarship. I
I'.tteteria. week Hospital in the pediatric Intensive grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. decorative accessories & Interior design I
those attending enjoyed a care unit. Mr. and Mrs. Art Pease and Maxie Carter, Sr. over the Mr. and Mrs. Gregory three eighty lour north temple 964 524
tried chicken supper given byt'1',011l1l'1 Mrs. Thelma Mendoza of son, Bill, of Lebanon, Tenn. weekend. The Carters also Alvarez and Jimmy Alvarezare I
1, 1, 1 of the operations Jacksonville visited Mrs. Mrs Pauline Torode under- were weekend guests of Mr. had as Sunday visitors Mr. attending the FFA State
ilipaitment\ of the Bradford Carrie Ritch and Mrs. Mary went surgery Tuesday in and Mrs. Fred Bennett, Sr. and Mrs.Raymond Labadie of Convention at Daytona Beach (YIfJ&j9IIfl_ (!/ Itlell M i
I ountv School Board. Present Wooten on Sunday. Riverside Hospital. and other relatives here. Jacksonville. this week. iI
Brannen's fellow iI I
\uio\ !Mi
iiiiihaniis, 22 bus drivers Mrs. Virginia Mitchell and I
., Frank Mitchell of Lakelandwere I
Sunday visitors of Mr. I
aiL; \ 'ole of Eugene and Mrs. Lester Crews
( graduated\ : \ from\ the Uni-
\cisitof Oregon on June 9 Miss Jean Mundy of .
with degrees in philosophy Tallahassee spent Saturday to '
,mil psuhologv Gary is the Wednesday at the Mundy .
sun il JunmicL. Punta cottage on Kingsley Lake i'6l ''
t i.oKi.i; and the late Mrs Cole, while working at Sunland ( I' BRAND -
who li\ed in Starke for 19 Training Center in Gaines <
M.IIS' He graduated( from ville. P
l'i .ulloid High School and Stlohiis A\e LADIES INVENTORY REDUCTION-
) Hixei( Junior/ College Mr. and Mrs. Peter
iiul' soiid lour, years in the Wilkinson and Mr. and Mrs. UJfb< WALL BANNERC -
mill.ii soiMfi 'riendsho Art Patray and family at-
\ ""h to; wntt' Gar; may ad- tended the graduation of their 'v
li <.,s Inni .ii !967>< Virgil. grandson and nephew, Jerry
I ue' in. i nr1> 'noil 'Ji 04. Patray, from high school in ,
Statesboro, Ga. on Wednesdayof .
last week

Mr and Mrs. J. M Edwards -
Sr. and granddaughter
Kelly Thomas, f
attended the dog races in (
Monticello over the weekend.. ;

2 Mrs John Pare of Orlandois
spending two weeks with
her parents, Mr and Mrs. JM .
: Edwards, Sr.
Ask I '

Local admittances to \
Charley r, Bradford County Hospital this
...r week include: Michael Griffis,
E. :Mrs Lucia Thomas Mrs.
:Mary Phillips, Robert Terrell,
:Mrs, Doris Stech. Everett
Johns Green Mrs Gladys Lewis, '
:Miss Barbara Spurgeon .
Robert L. Thomas, Willis I
About This Question!; : Thornton Mrs Jill Godwin, \\
Jack/ Trawick Mrs. Barbara w LADIES
"'1 might have known my Beam. Anthony Harris, \\ 1II 1
boy would lose that school :Mrs Gertrude Dempsey Mrs.
instrument lie Stella O'Neal, Starke: Mrs 'v: '
forgot it on Jacqueline Dague, and : ) PANTSUITS
the bus, and it's just gone. I llershel Wilson, Raiford; Mrs. I
Would musical instrument Grace (Hand and Ernest ;' 1. By Such Names As Joe Lester 1 J7'
insurance!; covering loss, Cauley. Lawtey; Mrs. Reta
theft or accidental damage Rogers Lake Butler; Mrs. REDUCEDJ'DON'T '
Gayle Renfro and Mrs. Edna
have cost! less than 1% of
Uemarest Keystone Heights,
the value from the Charley :Mrs Dorothy Engelke and
L. Johns Agency." William M Terry Melrose. SPORTS WEAR

Churley E. Sgt. Tommy Eiland who By Bodin Knits
has been home on three weeks
JOHNS AGENCY leave after serving two yearsat DAY REDUCEDLadies'
the KAF Lakenheath in -
13150 WALNUT ST England, left Tuesday for JUNE 16 U /
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Three Year Auto Tag Boy 8 Dies In

Plan Starts SoonThe I

auto tag you buy next registration in 1975 and 1976. ShootinAccident I
month will follow you around II the car is sold or traded, &
lor the next three years -- evenif the owner will keep the tag, An eight-year-old Melrose-- been watching television in :

you trade( cars so better paying $5 for a transfer lee boy, Toby Joseph Mellow, was the Kussel home when the
take good cure of it. und handling costs. The tag shot and killed Monday older boy got his mother's .22-
The 1973 Legislature will then be transferred l to the morning by an 11-year-old caliber rifle in a playful scare
adopted the plan for a three- new car if it is in the same cousin,Jonathan LenU, son of attempt. The younger boy fell
year tag in order to save the weight category as the old Mr. and Mrs Harry Fussel, to the floor in a feigned injury
State an est imutcd l$4 million a one.If. who playfully pointed an at .about the same time the
year and eliminate a the new car is in a dir "unloaded" rifle and pulledthe older boy held the rifle at hip
manufacturing problem. k-rent weight category, thc'h. trigger. height and pulled the trigger. ffi
Since the tag shop at the the old tag must be turned in The victim of the shooting is according to an investigationby family center
Haiford prison could not keep und a new one purchased. 1 the son of Mr. and Mrs. Putnam Deputy Danny
up with the increasing :M.I mien G. Mellow of Rowland and Detective James
demand, the State contracted
The had
Mi'lrose. two boys Daniels.
with a private firm in Rape Prevention The shot from the rifle
Arkansas to make up the three struck the Mellow boy in the

million purchasing tags deadline this year.had to The he Film Is Shown At er3onah 0 head.The rifle, ordinarily EBflEPEBE E ( @QUCJLL[! ] ($ L mITIYIY G L'La4Lp( (

extended twice last year SltJrlielloltlrySheriff From 4)Mr. ) unloaded, said LI. Daniels,
because of the holdup at ( Page had been armed on Sunday Open Daily 9 to 9 '

Kaiford. Dolph Reddish and and Mrs. Hank Graham night with news reports of the U S 301 South Starke Fla.
Sunday 12
to 7
Under the
new threeyearplan Deputy Don Denton presenteda IMVT been transferred 1 from escape of five convicted ),
the tag you buy after program on the prevention Los Angeles\ (.'alii to Anchorage murders from the state
sales start July 1 will be good of rape at the Starke Rotary ) Alaska with Xerox mental hospital in Chat- Master !'
for three years, with a small Club on Wednesday June 5. Corporation. (Hank is the son tahoochee. BankAmericard
sticker added to the upper of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Graham \DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Charge tinfbMV nil'{3' I FlS
right hand corner after re- Sheriff Reddish said that til' Starke Home transferred the body to WelcomeDON'T
rape was one of the most Palatka then to the Halifax Welcome

serious crimes that can be Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hospital in Daytona Beach ,
committed against a person, Roberts and Mr. and Mrs. where an autopsy was to be
ranking second only to Willard Durrance and sons, performed.No ,- Make Dad's Day
murder. He also pointed out Kelly and Steve, of Wauchulawere charges were filed.
that many rapists murder weekend guests of Mr. No announcement of MISS More Comfortable
their victims alter the sexual and Mrs. Robert L. Autry. funeral arrangements had 1"ER's
attack. been made Tuesday morning.nan.J ITT '
all attended the
They a' pAy Steel Framed Nylon' Bell'
University of Florida Commencement
showed l .
Deputy Denton a IS With PIIOI"JUIIE16'

((3// :: film Florida produced, instructing by the women State on of Saturday morning exercises at which: ? d't1RLC "'
time Robert Michael Autry
.. ...I.ICr2" how to help protect them.
and Mrs. (Susan
Stanley '
selves from rapists and whatto HammOCk$1588To
) received their
(l do if such an event occurs.
degrees from the College of
Among the pointers were Tips For Bathing Beauty 1
Pharmacy. E
Come worship in a friendly the lollowing: The moments a woman

atmosphere where the service spends alone are rare but all ...--.......
Be alert when you're ,
is Ensign; Richard F. Den- for her ritual of \ I"
centered around the important _
Always avoid dark or mark, son ot Mr. and Mrs. M.F. __. MEN'SSHORT
needs of people. Where the beauty. So when a tranquil ._ Crown
isolated l places. of Little Lake
Bible is preached in simplicity \Denmark interlude presents itself take
and people love one Avoid deserted laundromats Geneva received his wings at advantage of it. And take a .
another. or apartment house the Naval Air Base in Corpus bath. r rJ )J SMOKING
laundry rooms at night ('hrisli'I'exas on May 24 after
School be wary of entering an completing three months S SLEEVE
Sunday 9:4Sa.m. elevator with a stranger in (training leading to his qualification J r
alter office hours. tactical control
as air
Morning Worship -.If attacked don't panic. officer. He is now in Lexington STANDS
11:00: o'clock r'Let : DRESS SHIRTS
Church Many women escape a rapist Park Md. at the Putuxent r J -
bv talking their way out of the Naval Air Test Center lor
6:15p.m.Evening: situation, or frightening him lour
Worship approximately more Lnng, permanent collar Choice of
I away with a loud noise suchas months of training. Pot-Belly Stave, or
7:30p.m.: blowing a shrill whistle. with permanent Horse Head Hitching

Misses Sandi Morgan, stays. Assorted solid 0 0 Post smoker stands. All
Coming June 23rd-A One $
Hour Musical Experience The i ilm advised women to Martha Buckley and Rachel the waters refresh colors in sizes 14-1/2 7 have heavy weighted
"CELEBRATION OF always report any rape or Williams received their warm skin, but also 16-1/2. 65% Poly- metal base to prevent
HOPE"by attempted rape to help diplomas at graduation let them your refresh mind. ester, 35% Parma FOR I $ 9 9 tipping removable amber
Otis SkillingTo prevent the rapist from victimizing exercises held Friday night. your Presscotton. Comfortable till)''l glass ashtrays, carrying
others in the future. June 7. at Curtis Ilixon Hall in and cool! 9 handles for
While waiting for the police: Tampa lor the 1U74!) class, of easy
presented by mobility. Adds deco-
Stratford I Women's College.
\DO NOT change your
The Church Choir
clothing, clean your clothing Those attending the exercises 301 rative touch to your

"WE ARE COMMITTED or person, or apply from Starke were Ralph Men's 100% Polyester FlareSLACKS home.
ol : Miss\ Khonda
medication. Doing any Morgan
TO CARE""TheChurth ---- -- -- -- -
these things will make it Knowles, Mr.and Mrs. Leaton
harder for the police to gather Morgan Jr., Mr. and Mrs. G. DRIVEINFri.
with Heart,
a necessary evidence. T. Buckley, und Mrs 15. L it-
In the Heart of Starke"Call CofemanM25E499
(Pearson of Raiford. .
Sheriff Reddish said the .. Sat. Assorted. pattern & colors Sires M PfJ i
WM-6502 29 38 wants with S M L Inseams. .I.
lilmas available for Jimmy Andrews, son of Mr $ \ '" km
For Free Transportation Wide bell loops Wide waist' band
showing to any local club or and Mrs. James L. Andrews of 1 'd t tI Zipper, fly with hook & eye cloiuie.
Bin P. Bryant Pastor civic group. Arrangementscan Sturke. has been named to the Full banroll) waist' 2 Ironl slant' pockets \tith y
William George Mm.ol Mutic be made by calling the loan's I List at Furman 2 back inset pockets ,1 ,1
sheriffs olfice. 96462110.BUSH'S ). lJn \'l'rsitylIh a perfect 4.0 ...
crane lor the spring term. t"t'
Andrews, a rising junior : *' -
majoring in geology was a I Big Smith i! 1 f'c; ;::

magna cum laude honor .
TACKLE !student throughout his sophomore Men's
\ear He has been activein I r 11 O
THE NEW FISHING TACKLE collegiate activities as a
member of the student
council Junior class -


!student. S.advisor C lii-Ccnlinnial to the Greenville ,1/j\t U ITS STOVE

Committee, and a member of I I
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the track team. 2-112 pt. fuel $ ',*
Perfect gift for the man on I capacity. Wind- t! Each featmres.
Petty Officer and Mrs. Joe the got! Ideal for travel, \ ''s', / break feature Limit 1 Stays lit in all kinds

Neal Belche and family of camping, fishing, or just Easy portability of conditions. Gives
:Norlolk.: V'a. will arrive relaxing! 65% Polyester, -- a 100' circleof

their'ridl1for parents week's, Mr. and visit Mrs.with J. 35% cotton. One pocket \ / /J' COLEMAN vl E; light.
with decorative
(:i. (Caldwell in Starke. and insignia. 6, / FUEL 220H195
tt-"b w Mrs. A. C Belche in I Like Adjustable self-belt. As
Butler sorted colors. Sizes SMLXL. for gasoline stoves
n- lanterns, heaters sj3I 8

Mr\ and Mrs. M. A. Baldwin I I fPANAaSION' SAVE NOW 1 Each
tended the graduation ot Gal. Limit 1
(heir daughter, Mrs. James l I t I
Montuoro. on Sunday afternoon _
ICE Irom the University of I 8 8
= a South Florida where she 9
48a I received a BA degree in GPj IECHNICOlCR'United Black & Decker
Business and Office tiC!> ArtistsT Each
xt 'is BAG Kducalion; Mrs Montuoro M e A T R e ,. l7 1.114"Circular
and daughter. Christy. I
returned l to Starke with her -
parents lor a three-day visit. PLUS I \
Mr Montuoro joined the I

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Motor bevel Saw-ejection ill A
WATERLESSWA A GOOD chute keeps sawdust :

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Sun., Mon., Tues
ALSO FLY RODS AND FLY REELS Hrgh-speed. Dustless attach
dt JIGSAW ment. Use with any senatertype -
Fishing Hats and Kits
vacuum. Include sandpaper
f pad.

Bugs and Bug Poles GRAZV: ( ALWAYS I a KIT 99
WATER JUGS AND BOTTLES DoubleInsulated, Each

Wrigglers-Earth WormsCricketsMinnowsCAR j 5000 .-c _-__ .
AND TRAILER'TIRES I.I1IIIIY ". \ More accurate, pinpoint casting. Centril Jigsaw,4u.jortad'blades. $10991 t s.< *# '

AT A LOW LOW PRICE '." ugal brake anti-lash mechanism. Call 'J2151 !Rip" WtWill hFenceandd
FISHING LICENSESBUSH'S '\ brated mechanical brake. Free spool ,ceee JL'CF Each 11 Hippy TI

DBSs Silent level wind. Star drag:, expect the best from i Malted Your "MontyHTM
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Pages TELEGRAPH June 13.1974
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d4' 19% MEN'S UNDERWEAR Tankard style mugs. Lightweight tripod steel legs. New adryB1 1.00 JfW a-4.06
aluminum with see- justable position grill with
MEN'S KNIT KICKERS BRIEFS. 33.19 through bottoms. EtasYf grip cool hardwood handle Big ALUMINUM LAWN CHAIR 1 DOZEN GOLF BALLS SPORTSMAN WATCHES
handles. Boxed 2.
New summer styles. Famous SHIRTS . 3/3.39 rustproof St ,chrome. plated grid. Multicolor webbing. 6x4x. Pro-Matic golf balls, liquid Stainless steel back. Luminous
SHORTS . 3/4.29 By tOO t Vulcanized dial. Oust. Boxed.
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June U. v tTtLtGKAFH Page: ; I It II


Josephine Fontaine "


A surprise graduation party l Th
was given for Verna Davis at
her home in Starke on June 4.
Mary Cooper and Charline
Meres were hostesses. About
25 guests attended. Mrs.
Cooper presented Mrs. Davis
with a red and while orchid kiLL
corsage, while Mrs. Meres \
gave her a set of china. Mrs.
Davis is Mrs. Meres' mother.
Our congratulations to Mrs.
Davis for her achievement.Mr. .

and Mrs. Eugene :!
Taylor of Virginia Beach, Va.
and Mr. and Mrs. Dave Erd- ,r c1ts 1 1- )
mann of Altamont Springs are v q ftk
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Eugene ;
Taylor of Hampton.Mrs. .
Leola Schulthorpe of
Cheasapeaks, Va. is visiting 8E FLii PQ?'
Mrs. Mary Watterson. irR st"C TS
Hart celebrated his 14th Quantity Rights
birthday on June 14, by at- Reserved
tending the Ocala Nn


Citizens had their regular
meeting on June 7. Buch W-D BRAND USDA CHOICI BEEF USDA
Dennison won the door prize ( I )

Josephine and Wadsworth game prizes Fontaine, Dovie were, Durham Frances won by, ROAST ROUND STEAK SIRLOIN STEAK GUR INSP.BEEF

Sarah Taylor and Gene
Taylor. Due to the
weather the meeting was 29
48 10-UP9
adjourned early. The next SAVE
meeting will be held June 21 at $ $

7:30: p.m. 501 "DolA
The ladies council of the CHUCK 8 GIU SAVE HAMtB.
Hampton Christian Churchwas
held at the home of !Mrs. STEAK U. S. CHOICE lB. 41cu.
Clarice Adkins, Wednesday
evening, June 5th, with ten
members present. 3 399
Hampton Elementary NEWS I Sliced Bacon

School ended its term on
Friday with an assembly 49 68 c

? Tom presented program Casey when to, principal the awards following: were by SAVE 2 1 SAVE 31 SAVE29

Perfect attendance awards

Johnny were given Williamson.to Kelly Slade For their andy DETERGENT ASTOR ALL GRINDS THRIFTY MAID

t 1 Maureen during assistance the Paul as Library year selected, Aides Mrs.the GIANT TIDE COFFEE APPLE SAUCELimit

following as worthy of certificates t a
: Valeria Brown, Kim 1 with $7.50 or more purchase eluding cigi. limit 1 with $7.50 or more purcho s excluding eigs.
Buhler, Dianne Rhoden, Toi
Eiland, Jackie Hall, Donna

Hall Those grades and receiving Scott of A and Davis.certificatesfor B throughout 1( 7 RDPLE 1..Y gn1lB. '0cE

First the Grade school- Vonda year Brown were:, 78'' 8i: 8 8t:

Lisa Van Eek, ,
Donna Zyderveld Robby Mowry.Spitze; Second Kathy Pam and Grade Morrow Stinson Shawn-, 49.PKG.... CAN 'CANS 6.....

Grade- Karen Hall and D. J. SAVE LIQUID
Riddick; Jo'ourthGrade Jan t ; Sausage Bread
Kimberly; Fifth Grade Detergent

Debbie Parmenter No .... C.R.
' 8 8
3 88cP.o. 2
presented scholastic to awards sixth graders were 22.... 48c CANE lOAVIS

since good conduct is a
requirement for this award. SAVE $107
Rick Ezzell presented the u. S. No. 1
Physical Fitness Certificates
along with trophies to those SAVE 47c FLORIDA SUPERBRAND
who earned them. Football

awarded and Softball to the trophies Hampton were STOKEIV PEAS HONEY POD YELLOW CORN TWIN P 0 PS ASSORTED MORTON

School for their victory in POT PIES
competition with Brooker ; (
Limit. 3 with. $......mar.purcha>. jf
when they won by a score of
eluding' cigar.tt.> 4

1412.Theawards which remaineda .,.. $ 00
surprise until the time of $ 00 4 |
presentation went to Toi 5 17-os. $ $ PIES
Eiland for Miss Physical CANS
Education and to Harvey
Rhoden who was chosen Mr.
Physical Education These
awards were determined by SAVE 12< THRIFTY MAID 12 PK. LIBBY
the overall attendance participation TOMATOES OR CUT EARS PKGS. LIMEADE
ability and or
cooperation shown throughoutthe GREENBEANS IUM.O RID DILICIOUS ..
closing the Assembly Apples
Program, Mr. Casey thankedthe Honeydews
faculty,cafeteria workers,
janitor and all the students 13 .GO $199
who helped make the school IACN bg
year so successful and enjoy- 2.-... .o.. 00
able. Mr. Casey cautioned the 3 CANS lIe 1O6 9 .
students to be especially care-
ful when swimming or riding
bicycles to make their sum- SAVI 10. CRACKIN GOOD JUMBO KLEENEX HOOD SUPERBftAND COEEEESaltines

mer a safe and happy one. .. '. 2 PKGS.PKOS.1U. 88c Towels I . . .OLL 39C Orange Juice 3 33; ;: $100 1 1PAN Creamer . 4 &.: $100


1 Pastry . 2 16-.a.. 88C Mayonnaise 31 01M. 88C Shrimp . . '%?: 99C .. 2 &., $100


With Slim . 3 32{TLS.o 88C Pickles . 2 JARS. 88C Cabbage 2 HEADS 49C Perch Fillets ;ta '99C


By Paul Proctor Flour . .' .5 lAG II. 68C Ketchup . 3 14.oa.Iil3. 88C Potatoes 10AO $139 1 Chix 'N Basket %t $179 1 1.Im


R. D. landed Coleman a 10 lb.01iacksonvllle Cake .Mix_ I . 2PKGS.. 88C Rolls '.".' .lie. 2 /KGS I.'IC.' 59C Onions . 5 /IB AOEXTRA 69C Pound Cake "v'ICO., ''99c

bass last Sunday on a purple
Hawg Hunter Worm out of .... ......................... .............................. ....--.......................
Crystal weeks Lake.the During bass the caught past EXTRA ; EX..A : EXTRA : EXTRA. ;
around this area have been ..1 Jt GREEN STAMPS I I JCA( GREEN STAMPS ; I I ..1'1l. GREEN STAMPS I I a l* .GREEN. .. STAMPS. _.... I I ..1'1l..._GREEN. STAMPS. ;
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than normal, wM__MUM W MANN M w.._......c.NM W_...w w,........*...COWOM........ .M w FM M*t M COUPON rtm M .0'" w.oN W NNNW ,
running larger ONI t LI CUP
conditions, very few fishermen Trash Can liners I Jolly Pops Dash Detergent ) Cottage'Cheese ;
have been out on the GOOD THRU JUNE It bi.T: GOOD THRU JUNI ItNo 1".L:. GOOD THRU JUNE It w GOOD THRU JUNI 1 19
lakes. No. 51.,,..,....._.... 32 .,, ,., ? ... No. S3 No. 34 .,.?., ? NO 35 .1 tau>lac.i w.. .!
We have been having very
satisfactory reports on the EXTRA EXTRA EXTRA EXTRA ; EX.TRJl.

The new promise Rapala broken-back of clear weatherover lure. ww-GREEN-STAMPS W-- ,, I I JfA w...-GREEN--STAMPS W MwwN w ;, 4,! WWAPM GREEN COMMM STAMPS MM f MMONI r I I w d1(w.N.M.GREEN n.,. STAMPS W MMNw w I I ...1'1l.,.....-GREEN.....c.N.w STAMPS w--w ,,
the next few days couldbe MORTON 3 COURSE ONI ID.I. PKO STOUFFCRS .
ONI 6 PK. 6-oa.
a sign of good fishing Garlic Bread Juice .
weekend.All fried ChickenOOOO 1.6 14'N Canned Ham Salisbury Dinner e
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fishing news welcome. No. S6 .,,..Ne.I ww ..N ".. ".,M, ,.. w-,. No. 38 GOOD AT T Miar THRU t wt.M...lt 39 ., M...-... .; .............-.... .
Call us on 473-4357. we will be .. .. ..
glad to include your news in -
.this column. Yours for good
fishing... Wm llfi30( ( (iJJ(! Jm L7

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TELEGRAPH June 13.1974 ,..... ..... ." ... ... ,.... .. ,.." ,"n" ... .. .. '.... ,........ ".''' ... ...
Cpl. Carl R. Fillyaw ;:: : : .; Far Ptf' ,' ",H, .... .....w').
June 1. Marine Cpl. Carl R. ,a a. ,, ',. t ', :: ):.". : :',,:..)iU,', ;1.'fJr:' ,: "' '!t !
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Fillyaw husband of the for '" ':" '\"' !. \ '' "" "h..:':"". ;'/.(" ..,.. '
Miss A. Lee of
TREE mer Peggy ( ': : 1"1 V"II"" ,
Route 1, Starke participated :,; :. ; ; '.. i
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in six. weeks of air' support .," 'i1i.. .' .::'; .':: <.-:'_,. ; WUffil.S Iii J(1(
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SERVICE I training exercises in .f"f .. '. : 'W".. ... ". ... '" '. .tr.. ..,., I I
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Okinawa. He serves with the ; .
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CALL 1st Marine Aircraft Wing at '1 'I'.r... '." ..'...' .;.., PRESENTS
the Marine Corps Air Station .i' < !;: ..' ." !.." Ii ,. ..'.. .
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MRS. NELL Iwakuni. Japan. /. .' .' ':' ,
RHODEN .. I' .. 'I'fI'. ,, ( J,
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Congressman H. R. Gross, 1\\\. ..,";" "',' j ;.,, ,,,, ,., ,.,'1 .l..,"""':!I' .,.:..lc,,, ,,.) '.. : ,,.,'. ,tlf'l'! ::
R la., who has made II' ,,:. """ r" v" .: ,'"' .. ,. ,FOR THE FIRST TIME
475-2211 a career l t"'JIF ; 1'1""" :' ; ..., !) .Ji.: ,. '"'
'p-e/2o' out of questioning the need ,I'I"",.,.))1 ,,_., .-...... ."' >f''" .. "'-'.."'.' ". ....(. I I"' ...., .., '. f',...':."'II \ .r.'", COUNTRY MUSIC'S BEST
for government spending says: 'J:,: ', .. ', ... i
"Remember, there is always t. WiI Night,ctW..k

free cheese in a mouse trap." ,'-...:.,, .,'-.:. !I.. ",1",. '--" .... .. ....__' .....,H, __ __ ...... .". .. '''' ..." __ Featuring' 'ffimt Artist:

I II I eWtG.Jos i$ i i 4-H'ers Camping Doe Lake Linda and Afaersonrrt Sot Night

I Only$1.00 Covw0tart.
J I Funeral Home i These 48 boys and girls are attending 4-Il camp at Doe David Diana Davis Gary Davis Evelyn Duncan Janet From 9 PM-ZAM
I Lake in the Ocala National Forest south of Ocala this week. Duncan Gene Kevin Fennel!, David Fussell. Sharon Fussell
I They left the Agriculture Building in Starke about Deanna Gaskins Elaine
STARKE PHONE 964-62OO noon Grlffis. Julie Griffis Kathy Griffis. at
I I RENTAL Monday and will return tomorrow (Friday,June 14)) at 5 p.m. Julie llazen Vickie Ilazen Carl Johns. Tammy Johns. Bobby'sHideaway

I HOSPITAL ECS.WALKERS.WHEEL CHAIRS Ready to load on the bus and take off Monday were: Paula RaLynn- Joiner, Wynette Joiner, Gene Joyner Terri Massey
I 4 CRUTCHES Kav Anderson Michael Andrews. Budd Bellinger( Nancy (Starke), Terri Massey (Lawtey). Susan Massey, Richy
l KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Bennett. Teressa Boyce, Scott Bruno. Tracey Bruno Cindy Mayben. Joe Meng. Mary Ann Miller. David Stone. Jeff .
Bryan John Bryan Timmy Taylor Kathy ;301 North
Bryan. Vickie Carver Bryan Taylor Pam Tucker Sherry Van/ant Harold WaldoTEXAS
PHONE. 473-3176 Clark. Scot Clark Peggy Crawford Brenda Creamer, Brian Waters, Mary Louise Watterson Polly Williams.


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Triple- Murder Mystery.. .. May eI Be Solved By.. Year's End 5 Plead Guilty.... Tuesday-

Of nine cases Involving six cases in other nearby counties landing in Union l'ounty
"I feel real like we are makingsome Attorney Ken Hebert and Stan a thickly wooded area just three men and two women it has been tried and convicted defendants, scheduled for would also be dismissed :{Shouppe was charged\I ith one
progress. "The trip Morris left the state on north of SK-16 a few miles east was later made known that in Texas and is now serving a trial by jurr.In Bradford Lillie Mae Corbitt. \I'J.! and count in Bradford ('utlntv.
beneficial, Sheriff
was very Tuesday. May 21, and flew to of Starke.A the five members of the term there. Circuit
prison County Court duringthe Victoria Cluudie The ol 1 Davidiiliain
Shouppe. 20. case
Dolph Reddish said upon his Jelferson County, city of and relentless were under
vigorous itinerant family The week beginning June ol'Starko.
two women Marilyn 10 both of Sturke. received( Padgett. 21.
return Thursday 23,
May Golden, for all
Colorado an search for the killers conducted suspicion in 22 separate defendants
Colorado. McCrary, the mother, and five changed their probationary sentences ol charged uith breaking md
from interview and In- different -
Sheriff Reddish, day t at the direction of murder cases in seven Ginger McCrary Taylor, the pleas to guilty and their cases three years each on charges ol entering was continued! until
ac- ,
terrogation on Wednesday Sheriff Reddish, with the full states. daughter and wife of Carl were disposed of without lorgery and uttering u July 25.lilllll'l't.
companied by Assistant State May 22, of Carl Robert to trial
cooperation of the law en- After being brought Taylor, are in the custody of going to trial. forgery, with the additional James \\hiliuan.
*&*&*&*&*4P 4y&tt* *, one the of the persons charged in forcement authorities of the and convicted in California, authorities in Colorado. Dennis Carter, Jr., 41, of stipulation (from the court that alms Kobert Smith. was
nationally publicized was
surrounding counties of Sherman McCrary Florahomc. charged with lull restitution would be imidi
arraigned on an escape
J Long ChampHome Keystone Heights kidnap- Alachua, and sentenced to Folsom prison, "In developing our case we
, Clay Putnam manslaughter in the pistol C'orbitt was charged with charge and entered u plea III>l
murder case.Bradford and officials of the Florida and Carl Taylor began servinghis are faced with two big death
shooting of Willie James three counts in Bradford not guilty. His (trialas! set! fur
County's most of Law En- term in San Quentin problems. One is distance and of .
and Department Byrd 29! S edville. on 'ounty. and two counts are September
baffling murder occurredNov. to prison, both in California. the other is jurisdiction.
forcement Feb.
was brought an 9 was given a
Building MaterialsWE ] 30, 1971 between end with the arrest in Santa Taylor was later extraditedto Reddish continued. "With the probationary sentence of five
BUILD Keystone Heights and Barbara California of the Colorado and was sentenced cases being pursued? by the years. An investigation 're gonna6ItainonTheirPara '
Melrose. Found dead at the in authorities Texas and
there to a life term in
' traveling McCrary, family following the shooting
"YOUR PLANS OR OURS scene of the crime were the charged by California prison to begin after completing Colorado at the present time. determined that Byrd's death Get ready bugs 'cause we ..
YOUR LOT OR OURS' nude bodies of Barbara L. authorities with holding up a his term in California. After extensive investigation was accidental in nature and are coming. Florida Pest ElOtIOA
Turner and Patricia (Pat) an -
supermarket and wounding a He was flown from Colorado not( of a premeditated design. --'pu,
Control is halt that
FREE ESTIMATES Marr, operators of a com- police officer in Goleta to Texas on Thursday, May 23, the RlcCrary Jessie Vernon Griffis, 29, of going to cORttol
family was charged with the ,
and kitchen cabinet
bination boutique beauty California in June, 1972. to be sentenced in a case Starke charged with picnic. Bugs
breakingand ........
f REPAIRS salon. The victims died of Keystone on Nov. 3U.In re
don't have chance.
him in Texas. a
Sherman you
were pending against entering and grand larceny -
ADDITIONS gunshot wounds inflicted at Raymond McCrary, .the Sherman McCrary has also the\! commission exactly two of years the crimes alter in one case and receiving FPC is out to get you .... and
HOMES BOUGHT SOLD the scene. father, Marilyn McCrary, his been extradited from the there. stolen property in another, will. Call Florida Pest Control. "'
TRADED Missing Immediately wife and the mother of Danny Folsom prison and is now in received a sentence of IS
following the murders were McCrary the son, and Ginger the custody of Texas Reddish is hopeful of years on the B and E charge, ?
\ ACREAGE FOR SALE daughter Mrs.Turner's Valerie sixteen, object year of a McCrary Taylor the daughterand authorities awaiting a sentence bringing the case to a with the other charges being ftp
wife of Carl Robert dismissed. It also
964-6853 there. was
favorable conclusion the
nation-wide search until the by v
skeletal of her body Taylor the son, end of the year stipulated that the charges
HWY 301 S STARKE TF"rWw remains Following the arrest of the Danny McCrary against Griffis in six or moreimii1m1111
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Dale Bedford Hurls NoHitterIn

Page 10 TELEGRAPH June 13. 19n

Baldwin Chevrolet, First Baptist Dixie Youth Baseball Play- i

Dale Bedford hurled Glenn Gnann, for Coke, had a dorff was brought home by Roberts singled and was Both teams had five hits.
Athletic }House Into a tie for total of 15 strike outs, 19 outs Scott.AlJens single brought home on three walks.In Winning pitcher Mike Jackson
2-0 In Second Half Play first place by throwing a 4-0 and gave up five hits to Then in the bottom of the the top or the sixth Hoberts'walked struck out eight and walked
no-hitter at Elks Lodge and Athletic House second inning Mike Andrews and scored on afielder's two Losing pitcher Kevin
winning 10-5 over Coca Cola in Southern Discount lead all scored after two walks and choice by Mike Tillman struck out nine and
Baldwin Chevrolet and First triple by David Bennett a Dewey McKinney was 5-ror- Akridge,making the score 43.
Dixie Youth baseball play in the a 5-3 victory over Bill Goodge's single, giving walked five for the Elks.
Baptist Church are tied for double by Larry Mercer and 6 with a double and four way In the bottom or the sixth
the past week Guaranty Federal last Southern Discount a 3.0) lead. Coca Cola stomped a 15-5
first place during the early singles by Charlie Green, singles and Bill Kelton was 4- Guaranty Federal, Southern Tuesday evening, giving At the beginning or the third Andrews scored after four over Southern Discount
hall'of the Men's Slow-
second ror-5 four
Randall Thomas Joey on singles. Discount, and Athletic House Southern Discount and G. inning Danny Nugent was straight walks giving during the second game
pitch Recreational Softball, Bennett, Lamar Sanford, and Thursday night saw league all are tied for first place with Federal the first place tie walked home by pitcher Chub Southern Discount a 5-3 vic- Tuesday night with one triple
which began June 3 with 2-0 Mike Patrick Baldwin' leading Brooker streak 15-7
4-3 records for the first the score 3-1
hall'or Southern Discount, in the Johnson making by Craig Scott
records. dominated the batting 13.9. over sixth place Smith and baseball play Elks Lodge has first inning with two outs, for G. F. In the bottom or the tory.Guaranty Federal and Coca The 15 runs were scored
Baldwin, second place Second place Cunningham Brown Electric as Brooker a 4-4 record and Coca Cola a 3. scored two runs on two singles fourth Mundorrf and Allen Cola in the second half playas from Scott's triple, singles by
finisher in the first half or scored eight of its In t
Gulf rolled 12-0 over hapless runs 4 mark, and an error to center field. scored two more runs for both are tied for the first place Raymond Hillman, Kevin
started things out right sixth
play First Methodist Church inning Bedford's no hitter was the Chub Johnson singled and Southern Discount off of a fly with a 1-0 record. Griffis and Kary Padgett, and
in the secondhalf Brooker
Monday night during the second game of last was champion or second In Dixie Youth scored as Guaranty Federal ball to short stop by Kenny Guaranty Federal rolled 7- 10 walks. Winning pitcher
with .t-4 win firsthall' the first half or
a Men
over Slow
Wednesday as seven of eight s baseball this season, Ricky mishandled Pat Mundorff's Griffis and a walk by Andrews 4 over Elks Lodge Tuesday Glenn Gnann struck out six
Brooker. Pitch
champion runs were scored on errors in Softball League which Edmondson pitched I a no- fly ball to center field Mun- making the score 41. night, as six of seven runs and walked one. Losing pit-
Baldwin also beat ended June with
Lawtey the second inning Claude 3. an 82rt.'Cord. hitter earlier, but lost the In the top or the fifth were scored on errors and cher Pat l\Iundorff struck out
Skating Rink 9-5 in its second Baldwin
Hardee and Brian Johns was a game 50.Athletic). Guaranty Federal's Byron walks in the fourth inning. five and walked I 16.
win or the week in a game game back with a 9-3 record,
for House scored all
tripled Cunningham.
highlighted by an Eddie Terry H.lrdt.'C, Dwight Elder, First Baptist was third with a four runs on Elk walks, Elks Colonial Florist,
Douglas home run. Brooker 7--1 record,
Wayne Harper, Gordan Beal Cunningham was pitcher Robert adorn walked
went 15-7 over Smith and fourth at 6-4,
and Lloyd Gilpin also hit for Lawtey was fifth 10 and struck out 12 Norman's Farm
Brown Electric last Thursday at 4-5, Smith and Brown
the Gulf team as Cunningham During AH's 1-5( victory
for 2-1 second hall'record, sixth
at ,
a a 2-8 and First LOOK '
dominated the hitting 9.1. over Coca Cola Ricky Sullivan
back or Baldwin Methodist Both 2-0
game was seventh at 010.
First Baptist Church scored three runs for Athletic
First Baptist, third in first
play jumped off to a good bombed First Methodist 37-0 To determine the overall House on two walks and a Colonial Florist and Nor-
start in the second half with an Thursday night as Randall champion there will be post single. The other seven runs man's Farm are tied for first
8-4 win over Smith and Brown McGee had a perfect 5-fOl'-5 season playoffs at the end of were from walks. Bedford place with a 2-0 record in the
and bombed lowly First night at the plate with a home the second half unless the struck out 10, walked eight second half of Women's Slow
Methodist 370.Baldwin run a double, and three same team wins both of the and gave up five hits to Coke, Pitch Recreational Softball,
stomped third sin les, halves. Pitchers Craig Scott and which began June 1.

place Brooker .t-4 Monday Norman's Farm stomped .
night as six of its runs were 13-0 over last place Blalock's
scored in the sixth inning on Meat Market Tuesday night,
doubles and singles. 13ald- with one home run by Terri
win's 17 hits were doubles by Woods. Woods had a perfect
Randall Thomas, David night 4-for-4 at the plate for
Bennett, and Mike Patrick Norman's with the home run
and singles by Tommy Wise, and three singles. Norman's
Eddie Douglas,Bennett,Steve outhit Blalock's 19-2,
Cox,Joey Bennett,and Lamar Colonial Florist bombed 27-7
Sanford. Baldwin out hit over Koch's Drugs during the
Brooker 177. second game Tuesday night,
First Baptist rolled 8-4 over with one home run by Pam FRL&SAT. JUNE14&15
last place Smith and Brown Massey. Colonial scored nine
Electric during the second "' of its runs in the fourth inning
game Monday night. All runs r on singles by Sheila 'orsyth,
were scored on singles and Pam Rayburn and Massey, Save Up Ta 75%
one double by Dewey doubles by Rayburn and
McKinney McKinney had Massey and a home run by
First Baptist with a double Massey. Colonial outhit
and two singles and scored Koch's 20.7.Koch's .
three runs.Baldwin. Drugs rolled 11-3
Chevrolet stomped over Blalock's last Friday
9-5 over fourth place Lawtey with three home runs two or
Skating Rink last Wednesday them by Carolyn Redding and VAN H. I W. .
night with one home run by one by Janet Powell. Koch's PRIEST SC1'AR ET0EN
Eddie Douglas. outhit Blalock's lZ-8.
The nine runs scored were
from Douglas' home run a .

Terry Hayes,football: Charlie Green,baseball, and Able Williams, basketball, are Bradford
'I'III IIIgh's three state all-star selections to compete in high school all-star games this summer.

COMBiI'r91fOMBA'l'; 3 Outstanding BHS Athletes

IS HERE! To Play In All-Star Games HOU8

Three outstanding Bradford baseball and was quarterback games. He has signed a grant-
High School athletes have on the 1974 BUS football team. in-aid to play football with the
,, been chosen to play in three Green has signed a baseball University of Florida.
north-south Florida high scholarship with a Greenville, Abie Williams, 6-4, a steady
school all star games this MississippI junior college. performer for the Bradford
( summer. Terry Hares: outstanding High basketball team for the
Star baseball shortstop tight end end on past three seasons, has been
Charlie Green will play the BHS football team, has selected to play for the North
STARKE CYCLE tomorrow CENTER 8 p.m. at Marchant Field in North football all-star game rida High School All-Star Bas-
Lakeland. Green batted .350 on Saturday night, August 3, ketball game set August 2 at
and had 10 runs-batted-in for at Florida Field at the the University of Florida.
207 N. Temple. the 197-1 season and was an all- University of Florida. The 6-4 Williams was a starter on the ,
.. 984.8020 conference baseball player 2OG-pound performer was an 1974 BHS basketball team
the second year straight. He is all-conference performer in which established a za-4 mark
1 508 ROAD
a three-year letterman in 197-1 although injured for four

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Butler If You Don't Get Scored OnfIJ You Can Be Beat j

SummerProgram ,

Designing a defense and (Head Football Coach David expects to be one of the better sophomore worked as the Four senior lettermen will his sophomore year is In On the recent spring football .,
molding a team to play it Is an Hurse football teams of recent years starting tackles all spring head an experienced defen- shape now and expected to see jamboree in Macclenny, .J
art that draws much attention His 1975 football team will "We feel we have more good Both have 4.9 speed in the 40- sivesecondary Mike Gaskins, much action this fall. Besideshis Coach llurse said his! troops
in Bradford High School be no different; defense will football players this year thanat yard dash fast for a tackle. 5-9 and 150 pounds, was the offensive duties Reddish is "did not look as Impressive, aswe
football circles be stressed. any time in the past five or Clark will be the back up starting monster man last also a defensive cornerback. would have liked" 7'he
Quickness is the key word six years," Coach Hurse saysof fullback on offense. "Both still season until sidelined by a He has "good football Tornadoes fumbled lour .1
"If you don't get scored on, Hurse uses this summer in the 34 gridderswho were need a lot of work," says pulled groin muscle. David knowledge." according to times which will make .
PlannedLAKE you can't be beaten," has long describing the current crop of out for spring practice. Coach Ilurse.Newcomer. McMillian 6-3 and 170, is the Coach Hurse. and could be a team look bad. llurse says'any' 14
been the philosophy of veteran veteran -griclders which he "There Is more depth, Scott Pooser, free safety His potential is line cornerback \\1

BUTLER A especially in the backfield. We Ids-pound junior, is the new highly touted by Coach llurse QB Jimmy I'revatt a 'However we broke down ,
Summer Recreation Programfor expect that to pay off," Hurse middle guard. Pooser movedto who says several colleges are sophomore, will also back up the movies, the coaches were "
Union County is slated states. The 1U75! Tornado Hampton from Coral looking at McMillian. James Nichols Coach Hurse does not satisfied that individually ,!
June 24 August 16 for all defense will include three Gables in mid-year and Aldridge, 6.0 and 155, is at plan lor his quarterback to the players did a good job. A ;
youngsters who attended experienced defensive ends, proved himself a hard worker strong safety and Johnny play defense. except in good summer will iron out
school this past year, according two experienced linebackers, in spring practice. Nichols, 5-11 and 170, is the emergencies but wants him nHIII problems:.' in timing and
to Larry A. Powell, and an experienced defensive "These three are the ones cornerback. to learn defensive positIOn. passlI1g.REMEMBER.
Union County recreation secondary It will lack ex- inexperienced," Coach Hurse Gaskins is backed at the
director. L perience in the nose or middle says! "but t hey do have a lot of monster position by two of- '
r r r
Each playground in the guard position and at both potential. We think all three fensive specialists tailback a r

county will have a different ,, tackles. can be fine football players." Glen (Beaver) DeSue, a
time schedule to fit the needsof gza' "We think however that Junior Wayne Scott and senior junior and fullback Matt Hull,
the local residents. Worth- the experience of our Gary Rowe have also worked a senior. Both have good DAD
ington Springs and Raiford linebackers will offset, hard and could play some speed and can do the job at _
playgrounds will have a play somewhat,the inexperience of tackle the coach says. monster if Injuries force themto HE REMEMBERS YOU
ground supervisor in atten- the three down linemen," the Backing up Hildreth and play there. Coach Hurse
dance Mondays through (Head Tornado says Clark at the tackles are two hopes they can play mostly 1

Fridays between the hours of In size. the Tornado defensewill lettermen Tommy Edwards, offense, however, since both Let's not forget dear old Dad. Oh sure,
4-7 p.m. There will be a play- 1 1M compare with most teams a 2)0:)()-pound junior and Gary are expected to be starters. we know there's a Fathers Day just as there'sa
ground supervisor present at BUS will face, the coach feels. Wallace a 255-pound senior, Aldridge is backed at strong a Mothers Day but somehow the former never
Lake Butler Middle School on But the team's biggest asset is who are the starting offensive safety by Johnny Covington, a attracts as much attention as the latter. People
Monday, Wednesday and expected to be quickness tackles who worked last fall senior, and Robert Brown a often seem to say "Dad doesn't like a fuss
Friday from 2-5 p.m. and on "We're going to be quicker on defense senior out for the first time made over him" But really now when you
Tuesday and Thursday from 9 than most," says Hurse. A Two year letterman Early this spring. think about it doesn't everyone Blow from a
a.m. till noon and 2-5 p.m. defensive football player must Chandler, 170-12, and letterman Kunmngback Bruce Barnes, little extra recognition

Starting June 24, there will be big enough to protect Dwight Barber, 170- a senior speedster scheduled That's what we aim to give our customers,
be a swimming program for himself in a battle, but Hurse 12. both have good speed and primarily for offensive work, extra recognition. We recognize your needs
all children from 9-12 on 4:$I w'a looks for the man who is good quickness. Barber, will back McMillian at free and go out of our way to serve you in what-
Monday, Wednesday and i quickest to get to the football. younger brother of former safety. Barnes has as much ever way possible. Pretty soon you'll glow too
F'riday mornings for 6 weeksat For the first time next BUS line backer Vernon potential as anybody on the from our extra special' professional service.
the lakefront in Lake season barring the unexpected Barber now playing for team, offensively or defensively -
I Butler. Junior and Senior the Tornado football University of. Florida, is the says Coach Hurse. YOU OR YOUR DOCTOR CAN PHONE US
Lifesaving will be taught to :.. team is expected to have quicker Nichols could be a fine when you need a delivery We will deliver
those children who wish to : enough depth to platoon. Their experience should defensive cornerback with his promptly without extra charge. A great many t
participate and earn their Red Hurse will try to platoon all help stabilize the defense experience and good speed people rely on us for their health needs. We
Cross Certificate.An the way. "It's almost a considerably," Coach Hurse says Hurse lie is backed by welcome requests for delivery service and charge
Arts and Crafts Directorhas Jack McGiir.; son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A, McGill of Lake necessity nowadays, but says "Both should be quality Jerome Reddish, a junior who accounts
been hired to visit each Butler, has signed a basketball grant-ln-aiil with Lake City we've never had the players." football players." was the starting center on the Y .
playground one day a week Community College. From left are Timberwoll Coach Joe Big Donnie Sewell a 6-4 Letterman David Harper, JV team last season Reddish
during the summer. Fields Thomas.McGill, and Union County High School Coach Jimmy senior who weighs 210, has 150()-u, is the only other player picked up some valuable Phone 964.6757 For Dependable Deliveries

The following activities will been moved from middle who worked at linebacker experience in the spring and KOCH'S
be offered: tennis, basketball, guard to anchor the defensiveend during the spring. Harper has could develop into an out i DRUGS
Softball, football, volleyball, corps. Sewell is a blue good speed and showed good standing football player says 0 PRESCRIPTION
gymnastics, swimming, roller Jack McGill Signs chip prospect. Described as improvement this spring, Coach Hurse CHEMISTSr
skating, arts and crafts, having good quickness for his Coach llurse points out Tommy Reddish, a senior 1 66 W Call St.e 0-2-74 Starke, Fla
dances, movies, track and sue, Sewell has "An awful lot running back tabbed as a top
field,and many special events of potential." Sewell is a star prospect but who has been EORH & MR P R SftfRRg.Rg ft 3
and contests. Basketball GrantJack BIIS basketball player and BaldwinThird injured most of the time since
Other summer activities of was chosen all-state in his
interest to all ages include a junior year.
special tennis class for ladies McGill, son of Mr and able to But Sewell is only one of
which will be offered give strength three lettermen at defensive InTourney
on Mrs. W. A. McGill, of Lake there."
Tuesday nights from 68pm. Butler one of northeast According to Fields, McGill end. There is Sheldon Hodge,
at the tennis courts located at Florida's most versatile has an excellent another 6-4 senior and who
the High School. There will be athletes, has signed a and makes jump of shot the weighs 185. (lodge had a very
great use
no charge for the class. basketball grant-in-aid with backboard. good spring and had a great
On Saturday mornings, Lake City Community night in the jamboree Hurse
tennis instructions will be College. says lie is also being lookedat Baldwin Chevrolet- r- r
t offered at 9, 10, or 11 a.m. at McGill was outstanding in 15 Enter State by several colleges Oldsmobile's slow pitch
t the High School courts. Any both football and baseball in Dale Haas another 6-4 softball team finished third in h
child or adult may attend one addition to basketball at Special Olympics senior, also weighs 185. Haas a locally played tournament ;
: of these classes offered at no Union County High School. Asa stepped in for the injured involving 17 area North
I charge. Persons taking senior, he was named to All- Fifteen Bradford studentswill Terry Hayes last season and Florida teams May 2427. h--
lessons must provide their Region, All-Conference and participate Friday and did a most credible job until
[own tennis racket.AllStars. honorable mention All-State Saturday, June 14.15, in the himself injured Despite the Eddie Douglas hit for a 733
teams and was selected for Special Olympic state games, injury. Haas lettered as a averageat the plate in leading
... the Prep All-America sponsored by the Joseph P. junior and is expected to makea Baldwin to a 3-2 tournament
Yearbook. Kennedy Foundation at the solid football player this fall. record. Douglas' average was
R (From Page 10))' At 6'4" and 185 pounds, University of Florida track in Also at defensive end are second high in the tournament
Gainesville. Jay Godwin 6-0 170 pound lie had 11 hits in 15
i McGill led his team to a 20-win
and went to the Class 3A
state and six-loss record this sophomore who improved trips to the plate including two
E tournament before being past Albert Chuck Brown, home
Terry tremendously this spring, and runs
,eliminated season, grabbing 34 reboundsand
I by eventual scoring 472 points in the Eddie Brown Kelvin Gruger, Darren Scott 6.0, 170, and a Five local teams entered the t. '
champion West Palm
Beach Albert McDuffie Walter who ball
played the last tournament played at
P North Shore process. He averaged 19
five half
points. Charles Woods
points and 14 rebounds Thompson of the spring. Westside Park. CunninghamGulf
f Williams scored 266 points per Joe Woods Judy Elmore
Though inexperienced both finished fourth and First
game during the
i for the regular
1974 season,
averaging LaVerne McDulfie Felicia
season. defensive tackles showed Baptist Church was fifth.
41 percent from the floor. He Nichols Cathay Perry much improvement in spring Lawtey Skating Rink and 9
had 186 rebounds, a 7.1 According to LCCC Coach Glorida Underwood, Esther practice according to Coach Smith-Brown Electric
average. Williams has signedto Joe Fields, McGill is a top Williams, Gloria Woods, and Hurse Mark Htldreth, a 180- commonly known as The : ,
play basketball for St. prospect for an inside positionfor four chaperones will be going pound senior and Jimmy Hippies, also entered.
Johns River Junior College in the coming season from Bradford County
a 6-0, 190 pound Style -$229
Palatka next year. "He is an outstanding young Harry's of St. Augustinewon
"I'll bet this is the only man in addition to being a the four-day double
school in the state to be repre- great player," said Fields. elimination tournament going
sented in all-star games in "We lost two big men and undefeated in five games.
three sports" says Head we're looking for help inside Harry's beat Jax Area Special
Coach David Hurse. with rebounding. Jack will be Businesses 12-10, Lee's of St Ij

Augustine 7-4 Baldwin 238
and twice disposed of second
place Casa DeCore of Ocala, Savings

22-15 and 1913. ,
Gene Banks, right fielderfor
Harry's, lead the tour. on
nament players in hitting with .
4 p ,, 3 r rt an almost unbelieveable .857
,i average. Banks hit in 18 of 21 LAZBOYjust
trips to the plate and slugged
seven home runs. I larry's as a
4 I team hit 23 home runs and
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Flexible Females Show to full recline. It
Off Agility brings up its fully pad
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girls showed i off their tumbling { r rocks Dad to sleep.There 't
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four easy going rotary mowers...19" and 21" cut. More nastic show held at BMS: gym I right now, there than are
Thursday night. Nope no tricks. No.wrea. no hidden many
yard means more yardpower..like a 5 or 8 hp riding La-Z.Boyatmorethen ,
mower with plenty of power and maneuverability Or one Parents' and friends wat polls. or glass platforms t J usual values. We have a

of six tractor models.:..8 to 19tf: hp with a full A ched moved as in the group flexible unison females while The Dirt Squirt Is limply a lightweight wide Recliners range at of savings La.Z-,Boy direct -

range of attachments for a total yard care program. a, music set the rhythm for their 'fun 100cc motorcycle .- from La-Z.Boy for .
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explained that the girls had choose -' now, just In
the fun hundred Is also the best
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delivery by
spent numerous hours after
school and on Saturdays perfecting -' possible buy you can find In a Father's Day.
,COOPERSURSERX& the movements and
skills. k motorcycleSTARKE
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Following a theme of the -try yh a

Four formed Seasons showing the girls per CYCLE C4 MpM yTTe Denmark Furniture Co. of Starke

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summer, fall and winter
Co. .activities as interpreted by Valarle Ilamni stole the CENTER
their. original.routines.. 'hearts of parents attending
Ave. Starke\ ; "Many ,many helpful t he gymnastic events at the 207 N. Temple St.
2111 N. Temple Bradford Middle
people have given ''of their School. This I
time and to make this I s the second year she has 964.6020
energy. PHONE 964-5827' STARK FLORIDAL.
show possible Miss Kelly performed as mascot for the 434 W. CALL ST. ,
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Bradford County communitiesare -The preparation and publishing of LIt L\\

beginning to come up with an inputof an illustrated history of Bradford

ideas for projects to be accomplishedwith County.

the aid of matching funds obtained

through the Bicentennial program which -The promotion of a countywide

climaxes in 1976. celebration on National Citizenship Day,

September 7.

Among the projects suggested at a

meeting of the Bradford County So far there has been no suggestion of

Bicentennial Steering Committee projects by committee representativesfrom

Monday night were: Hampton and Brooker but it is

believed that these will be forthcomingat

-The rehabilitation of the old future meetings.

Bradford County courthouse in Starkefor 4-H Members Honored At
the purpose of establishing a county After receiving approval by the Banquet

museum in a portion of the building, and directors of the Bicentennial

renting other space for offices in orderto organization here, the project applications Bradford County 4-H members received ribbons and winners. Mr. Bobby Taylor, County Extension Director seen
provide funds for upkeep. are forwarded to the Florida medals for 1973-74 4-H Project Record Books at the Annual 4. In the foreground, presented 4-H Camp Scholarships during
Bicentennial Commission in Tallahassee 4U II Covered Dish Supper and Awards Dinner, held recently, at the evening to five 4-H members who completed outstanding .
Starke (Reno): The conversion of and if approved there State and Federal Starke Elementary Cafeteria. project record books. Nineteen 4-11 leaders were also

the old RJE School building for use as a funds will be appropriated to match local Shown In the picture are a number of the Blue Ribbon honored. .

community and recreation center. funds fifty-fifty. "In kind" services

(donated materials, labor, etc.) will be tree. Only time will tell if this

Improvement of Wainwright Parkon credited for a portion of the local contribution by method of harvesting pulp- Bicentennial Projects
FORESTRY wood proves to be feasible in
Church Street as a Junior Woman's TerrenceIto actual practice.

Club CIP (Community Improvement BRADFORD COUNTY A.Reedy. Suggested Approval
Program), with possible rebuilding of a Bradford County's Bicentennial While talking about
replica of the old bandstand that cen- Committee is well organized, with muchof research in the field of
I would like to Altamease Chandler, Jimmy
tered the park in the early days of the groundwork already laid for a suc- forestry Varied projects for Brad-
Last Week I had the north and south four miles mention the studies done in ford County's Bicentennial: '76 Crosby,and Charles Schaefer,
Starke cessful program, culminating two years with waste chairman.
in apart. A one mile strip was conjunction observance were discussed
portunity to participate an
from now. With the enthusiasm that has aerial insect The examined along the entire disposal, one of our nation'sbiggest Monday night at a meeting of
Lawtey: Assistance with matching already been shown, there is no reason Division of Forestry survey.flies this length of each flight line. problems. In the past the local Bicentennial E. L. Matthews reported on
recreation worthwhile Flying at about 1,000 feet in few years research has been Steering Committee in the the progress on the old
the projects, times
funds to help complete why many survey two every year done in this field along courthouse. courthouse project, stating
which is the of life in during early June and early elevation and at speeds of 120- new
grounds and a building already designed to improve quality various lines. Shredded that the College of Ar-
it took little
130 only a
under construction, with citizens of our communities, cannot be accom- August over counties pickedat mph than one hour to fly garbage has been disked into County Judge Elzie Sanders chitecture, University of
random to be flown to
Lawtey volunteering their time and plished under the Bicentennial program. examine the crown cover of Bradford County. At that the soil without chemical ,chairman, appointed the Florida, had completed
measured of the
treatment. Trees planted on following members to serve as drawings
labor. it would seem difficultto
hardwood and speed
pine, cypress. spot trees that may be infected these sites showed a Finance Committee to building for use by the architect -
remarkable during the for Herschel Shepard in
Last week we flew strips with insects or disease.It growth recommend projects
is quite surprising to first few years. Sewage from raising funds: J, C. Brown, preparation of cost estimateson
discover, however, how well sanitary treatment plants has Carl Clark, Ann Hamilton, repair and renovationwork.
HOME NOTESFROM the red topped pines show up been sprayed onto stands of Arthur Bruno, Kathy Brown, Matthews said it is
amid the lush foliage.The trees in various quantities.Some Sandra Sanders, and HarryM. hoped to get this project approved -
II I trees that have already species of trees have Hatcher. for matching State and
fl' H'OME Federal funds under the
YOUR EXTENSION dropped all their needles showed improved growth
from these added nutrients. Among the items discussedas Bicentennial program
harder to spot but do
| "SaSS'ik ECONOMICS AGENT prove possible Bicentennial
show under scrutinouseye.
t 6 the of These methods mentioned projects were establishmentof
f. Although pines are Chairman
Sanders said thata
_. BY KATHY BROWN f primary importance, we also may or may not prove to be a county museum in the old meeting of the local
Bradford courthouse
examined the hardwood and feasible. More research is County ;
More and more people are familiar with them in the for abnormalitiesin needed to iron out the bugs converting the former UJE Bicentennial I corporation
beginning to find out about our picked form, but they are also At the height of the canningand includes the How ToAnd cypress the crown any cover. and to make them school building in Reno into a consider directors will be held soon to
fresh produce market at the good cut up raw in a mixed freezing season, many Basic Steps for Successful economically feasible. I have recreation and community for the suggested
Starke State Farmers Market salad,or even just eaten out of common practices are shared Home Freezing: Results of survey over mentioned these research center; completion of a projects approval.
and the sale last Saturday was hand like a small cucumber. between neighbors and Remember, the Farmer's Bradford County indicated studies briefly to make you recreation center at Lawtey;
the biggest yet. Besides our Tray 'em..you'll 'em! friends. Retail Market on 301 North is that the timber is generally aware of the continuous at- improvements at WainwrightPark +
local consumers there were These practices are open every Thursday and quite healthy at this time. This tempts to increase timber on Church Street; and \ SmoJsey
people here from Gainesville, We're never too old to learn frequently ways of "puttingup" Saturday. Local producershave corresponds with the results production for wood and wood observance of Citizenship Dayon r"urrr 54y14f
Hawthorne, Keystone about new ways of cooking food that have been many varieties of obtained from the survey of fiber that all Americans relyon Sept. 7 with' a countywide
Heights, and other nearby fresh vegetables and the handed down through vegetables available for sale, Union and Baker Counties, so heavily today: celebration. *' THE SCENERY
towns, looking for those fresh produce market is a good generations of homemakers. and this is an excellent sourceof also flown last week IS IDEAUTIFUL,.
vegetables that Bradford place to get new recipes. For They are not necessarily the fresh produce for your table Naturally, I'm happy to The following committeewas
County is so famous for. One instance, we learned that most scientifically acceptedand and-or your canning and report these findings very but still Nothing fits in a pigeonholebut appointed to report on the e
remarked that he had white safest It is Please this feasibility of the RJE project:
man scalloped squash are practices. freezing. support wish to encourage timberland a pigeon. Bill Colby Keep it that wa -
had more "good eating" this delicious if prepared in the possible that you might never new venture and take advantage owners to keep an eye open for James Bloodworth. I''V'.__' F crest .!..!re.i .I.
season than ever before, for following ways: slice and fry become ill or have a canningor of the opportunity it insect and disease problems,
there is nothing tastier than like you do eggplant or okra; freezing failure when using offers. My office is right next especially following lightning
fresh vegetables picked justan cut out the center of the these methods, but wouldn't it door in the Agriculture strikes or forest fires. The hot,
hour or so before they squash and fill with meat be wiser to use the best and Building, so stop in and pick humid weather of summer
appear on the table. stuffing and bake like you safest methods, and be safe up bulletins on canning and offers forest pests the opportunity
would a stuffed pepper; or boil rather than sorry? freezing. Please call on me if to spread if given J- ?I
--C' the squash mash up with salt, I can only recommend the you have questions or the chance!
pepper, or other seasoning, methods of canning and problems (964-6554)) (7 : ,
make into patties and fry. freezing and processing times According to a Fact Sheet
That's really good eating! that have been established by Blanch or scald all published by the Tallahassee
scientific research as safe for vegetables,, except possibly Office of the Florida Divisionof '
) z-icL HI I
And speaking of bell pepper, home use. This week's column green peppers. Forestry, Department of c'fk S r.
we had sorne beautiful big Agriculture and Consumer
ones on sale for five cents Services there were 7,313
each about one-third of the 21 Winners Selectedipetition wildfires in 1973 that burned -

If we had been conducting a usual retail price this season. 216,534 acres of land. The
populartiy contest for Savings like this are very causes of the fires are as '
In Math ConThe 'zJ THERE'1Jck
vegetables at the market, important to the housewife follows: !
Silver Queen sweet! corn would these days when inflation is
playing havoc with the food A. Lightning 8 percentB.
have won it hands down, for it
seems that folks just can't get budget. nament mathematics held tour- Mrs. Stanwix-Hay said that Man-Caused 1)) Intentionally
enought of this truly delicious Gainesville for recently in all 14 of the students in the Set 26 percent, 2)
treat. Every time a load is No matter what your taste, gifted studentswas fourth grade contest turned in Carelessness 66 percent. The
brought in, i it sells like hot you'll\ be sure to find highly successful, according the correct answer.A act of carelessness while
cakes and folks are begging something you especially like to Mrs. Peggy burning: debris caused 23: / When unexpected
for more. It's too bad that at the produce market. And Stanwix-Hay teacher in Bradford, countywide list of the winners follows: percent of all wildfires in ::
Charlies Johns, who has eight besides that, you'll have a first County's Florida last year.
acres of beautiful Silver chance to visit with old friends gifted child program. Seventh grade- first place,
Queen at Heilbronn Springs, among our growers, who you Sarah Biggs; tied for second The total number of fires for guests drop in and
can't arrange for someone to might not have seen for years.It She said all participants did place, Linda Johns and the state of Florida from Jan.
sell it for him at the market, is good to get out and mingle well, that the sixth grade Frances Knepper. 1 to April 30 of this year is -
when so many people are with our farm families and see winners were closely contested 6,124. This consumed 3110,992 '
wanting it. Charlie is growing what they are doing with new, and that it took three Sixth grade first Kevin acres of land giving Floridaone catch you unprepared.
fine vegetables since his improved varieties of playoffs before that contestwas Miller; second, Richard of the most severe fire ( 1 \
retirement from work with the vegetables.So decided. Smith; third Chub Johnson; seasons on record. The main (fDon't : :
City of Jacksonville a coupleof fourth. Timmv Gissy. cause of these fires was arson.
years ago, but he is a singleman The tournament was open to fret about it we'redown &
with no family to help the 147 students in the Fifth grade first, Kelly In 1973 Bradford and Union -41.
him, and he doesn't have the elementary schools and Slade, Hampton; second, Counties had 151 fires for a .
time to stay with his produceat Bradford Middle School. Luana Mundorff, Southside; total of 913 acres burned. So here at t''
the market. Like many Winners in each grade, 1.7, third, Mike Teston, Lawtey.: far this year, they have had Handy-Way \ ',/
more of our growers, he were awarded trophies and 214 fires accounting for 1,756
complains that he can't get certificates by Supt Jim Fourth grade- first, Terry acres. '"

the help he needs. Charlie Temple. Massey, Lawtey; second just waiting to solve
the fire
he will have Silver Although season is your
says Queenfor come on out to the Teresa Harley, Lawtey; third,
several weeks, yet, and market this Thursday and Richard Jockel, director of Vickie Carver, Starke just about finished for awhile,
also has butter beans and Curriculum, said the gifted Elementary. I advise that you still take
Saturday. You'll\ enjoy the \
several kinds of peas (some experience, as well as en- students are given an assign- caution when using fire for problems. 7-g J
Zipper Cream) coming on the ment each week by Mrs. any means. Fire is a helpfultool
joying vegetables you which Third grade first when used properly, but a
soon. carry home, and the extra Stanwix-Hay : Blanchette'Suthslde I
Monique dangerous when used "
addition their enemy
complete in to
One housewife remarkedthat money thanks left in your pocket regular classroom work. He ; second) Robin foolishly. We're virtually a mini super-market without the
to ecomomy prices Stern, Southside third
; Stuart
said the of the
would she'd like on Tuesday to see since the The succeed market, and needs after your one supporto visit program has success been due to the Pauley, Lawtey. Naturally, research is a long isles and crowds but with a surprisingly large selection

that be a better day for you'll agree that need the motivation which Mrs. continuous part of the forest
you Second grade-first, Kristy of foodstuffs and sundry items that keep household
transmits to the
the ladies who want to buy for market, too.CANNING. Stanwix-Hay Johns, Southside second industry in our highly I every
canning. "We like to get students.As LeAnn Flynn Southside; technical society. At the in necessities.
through with our canning ; present time a great deal of
early in the week and leave part of the contest, each third Nancy Teston, Lawtey. study is being done on total
student written First grade first, Tonny WE DON'T CHARGE A PENNEY FOR
some free time over the [ was given a tree harvest methods. Among -
Diggs, Lawtey second
weekends she said. She test composed of problems ; Lori
may them has been a study on
have a good point there, and involving work beyond thestudent's Amy McKinney Roark, ,Southside Lawtey ; third, harvesting of our southern PROBLEM SOLVING. JUST THE GROCERIESOPEN
some consideration has been grade. pines taproot and all. It has
given to opening the marketon 1 been discovered that the woodof
Tuesday, but nothing the root system is quite
definite decided yet. If enoughof 9R'' similar to that of the tree "
the ladies want it, just let us q BRADFORD CQ U' trunk and can be used in the 7:00 A.M. TO 11 00 P.M. EVERY DAY
know and we'll see what can p iNgdLrhrap1sINCat manufacture of some paper
be done. At present the products. The southern pines
market hours are: Thursday, grown massive taproots that
4 to7 p.m.Saturday, 10 a.m. to c look similar to a carrot. Small
4 p.m. : lateral roots also exist within )
lgt two feet of the soil surface. A HandtpWaqv
We are hoping that some pN BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER protype harvester has been | | out ,
and Publisher designed that cuts the lateral ,,
butter beans, Published each
peas Thursday and i
eneered a. Second Class Matter
ae the Post Office ac Scarke. roots off. Then the tree Is
maybe a little okra will on Jla. under Act of Much 3. 1879.
the with
pulled out of ground
the market this week, along n--
with the usual corn, squash, Subscription race in trad ana: 16 pet ,.arl 13.30 alii i month. the taproot still attached. FOOD STORESPage
have shown
beans, watermelons, etc. We Phone 964-630) Outside uacie area: $7 per yea: $4.00.1 i* month. Stoke' Fla percent Initial studies increase in a the 20
even had some gherkins on
sale last week. Maybe you are merchantable weight of every

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June it.: I171! TELEGRAPH: Page 13 '*

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City Advised To Hold Sewer FundsUntil


Federal Plan Grant Okayed"We .. $6995 $7995

are recommending the application," Ruckmansaid. The money expected to be
that you hold back monies and received when the 201 plan is Diamond
!nut expend until such a time The special meeting had approved will be used by the Deluxe AcrylicEnamel
that the 201 plan is developedand been called at the request of city to renovate upgrade and
Gloss Hard
the money becomes reimbursable the city's engineering firm, extend sewer service to many Enamel
on the 25-75 Bessent, Hammock and Ruck- city residents now without city I
Federal plan, Engineer Don man Inc., of Jacksonville, for sewer service. t
Kuckman told city commis- the purpose of) bringing the Engineer Craig Batterson "1r
>ioncrs at a special workshop commissioner's up to date on said that, "Public Law !92-500 1 'I
meeting held Tuesday night the city's 201 application for already approved by the :.
May 2li, on the proposed federal funds Federal government will call
Starke sewer system ex The city's application being for an estimated expenditure
pansion. handled and processed by the $90! billion through) 1990 for :
"We have just recently engineering firm will domestic and industrial I ,.
received the acknowledgement ultimately call for the total purposes. These funds are to Mw
of the approval of a expenditure of) $2.5 million be disbursed by the Environ- 1
$50,000) grant payable to the over the next five years, with mental Protection Agency to I
city sometime after the 75 percent of the money being the states. At the state level __e rnIM4-b( I Ii 4ulopainling
beginning of the federal fiscal supplied by the Environmental they will be handled by the A -
year on July 1. This money is Protection Agency and 25 Department of Pollution i
to reimburse the city for the percent to be provided by the Control. Florida has been s f

planning portion of Phase 1 of city. divided regions into to facilitate four separate the ____ t ,

CASH & CARRY TIRE INC. water development quality of plan.a statewide Starke is FREE

in the Santa Fe Basin region of Keystone Hgts.
412 E Call SI 964.5800
the state.
The timing schedule, according $7500 Pick-Up

FRONT END SERVICE to Batterson's report, All Phases Of and
on the expenditure of the I 4r 13T;
ALIGNMENTS BALL JOINTS funds would be: for 1974-75,
$50,000, for 1976-77, $200,000and Pick-Up MechanicalWork Deliveryand

BRAKE SERVICEAll the remainder of $1 ,y
million plus would be made p Vans Service
available in 1977.78.Graduation.
Tire Prices Including The feminine gender can be vexing, and junior Christie
Lewis seems no exception to about-to-be-graduated Pete 473-2381 413-2387
Mounting Balancing Puckett.

. Students, Florida Women of :McMillun.: ( Gerald Mong. Lisa
INTERSTATE784PLY (From Page I II) Distinction, and Society) of l'\\'l11an, Steve Novgul, Paul ,
Outstanding High School (Parsons.. Curtis Scott, Debra
BUS Principal Charles Students. Slutt.Who's .
Francis told the class he
would forget them. Who recipients are
selected on the basis of lea-
POLYESTER "You will always have a
in the of
with he
special place me
academics, athletics, extra
said.Unannounced curricular activities or PLANNED USE REPORT
4 For 6800 commentswere community service. Those
heard from School Board GENERAL REVENUE SHARINGGeneral
selected are Eddie Blalock,
4 For Member II. A. Lawson.
E78xl4F78xl4 80 Kathy Casey, Marshall Clo-
Lawson to a
was say the versettle, James Chandler, Revenue Sharing provides federal funds directly to local and state governments. The,law requires each government to
word to the graduates by
4 For $87ooA78xl3 school Tim Crews, David DeVore publish a report of its plans for the use of these funds to inform its citizens and to encourage their participation in deciding how
high principal. Sandra Susan the ought to be Within the listed this
"This is the 39th graduationMr. Kblmg Ebling money spent. purposes your government may change spending plan.
G78x 14 Susan Faulkner,
Lawson has attended," Jimmy
4 For 59200 Francis said. fussy Alvaughn Golden,
G78x 15 "It's world," said Charles Green, Dora Glisson, PLANNED EXPENDITURES THE GOVERNMENT OF
Lawson.your Addressing the Steve Hall, Terry Hayes, CATEGORIES IAI) CAPITAL((8)) MOPERATING' lTl: TY e
H78xl4 Darlene Hobbs, Mark ]Hodges, ICI
graduates as"grown men and Rodney Holland. ANTICIPATING AGE RA REVENUE SHARIN G VA y.
4 For 19848 women" Lawson concludedhis 1 PUBLIC SAFETY $ $ a
Jackson, Janet f
H78x15 McCrary
remarks with "God Bless
lljalmur McMillan, Gerald 2 ENVIRONMENTAL
FET From 1178 To 1282 you." Meng, Lisa Newman, Steve PROTECTION $ $ FOR THE FIFTH ENTITLEME PERIOD.JULY 1. 1974
In his address, Steve Hall THROUGH JUNE 30 1975 PLANS TO SPEND THESE
Noegel, Paul Parsons, Steve 3 PUBLIC
FinancingAlso said, "Follow your own TRANSPORTATION $ $ FUNDS FOR/THE PURPOSES SHOWN..
I Bank Americard I Available/ crowd.beliefs", don't follow the Scott Register, Clinton Curtis Sellers Scott, ,Debra and 4 HEALTH /ACCOUNT N016, 2 uu4 303UfiMTEY !::: :

Curtis White. $ $ CITVCITS' "
CASH AND CARRY TIRE INC. Special recognition was
Senior girls chosen Florida
to seniors chosen for RECREATION\ CLERK:
412 E. Call St. Starke Women of Distinction have $ $ p
three select : Who'sWho
groups qualities of leadership in P -Q DRflWER GLPWTEV
in American High School 8 BRAR. 3
student council, class officer $ .- $ FLORIDA 32058
........................ ..., Society functions of cheer- $ $

leading. Those chosen are: B FINANCIAL' .
Carol Btam, ADMINISTRATION $ Q S t0)Thenewemediehavebeenedvleedtheteeoprof( )
Kathy Casey
this report hat been published In I local newspaper of generalcirculation.
: SEE IT TO BELIEVE ITSALE : Sandra Ebling, Sandra Ed- 9 MULTIPURPOSE: AND c. I have records documenting the contents of this
wards, Susan Faulkner, Dora GENERAL, GOVT. $ ,
ran and the a oPon pub] eeMlny
Ghsson,Darlene Hobbs Janet
McCrary lljalmur McMillan\ $ xajjt-Ptt i *Jt f f.v
Patty Morris, Lisa Newman, 11 I SOCIAL ;> x7 '
: Donna Prevail, Debra Scott, DEVELOPMENT $ IEI ASSURANCES //er to InntrucA/ElI
: I enure lhaetary of the reasury that the nondiscrimination
and Sally Torode. 12 HOUSING a COM s and other statutory raqulremanta lined in Part E of tha
The Society of OutstandingHigh MUNITY DEVELOPMENT $ s ., instruction accompanytng this report will bjL.compiled with
by this recipiant gouf mant with raspecjpifunds he enntlemen
School Students includes
g t3 $ reported hai ''a/ *
persons outstanding academically DEVELOPMENT
SPACIOUS Top grades and senior 14 OTHER(Spocllvl $ i AI
bignVufa of Chief Eeecutlve Ot leer
place test scores determine I 1 I I r
members of this select group:
Eddie Blalock, Kathy Casey, 15 TOTALS Name a TPleas Print Date
$ / $ a D )u-6/13
Marshall Cloversettle, David _
DeVore Susan Faulkner,
: THAT WILL FIT RIGHT INTO YOUR FAMILY PLANS : Jimmy (..issy, Charles Green,
Phillip Hall. Mark Hodges

: 24X60 DELUXE DOUBLEWIDE : Rickey Jackson, lljalmur

30'x 53" 30 a 21' .

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0 oerav LIVING ROOM ,J, driven Ford
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30'1 31Ya58' 3D's 30's5d' 3U't58'JO'aSB' know

MODEL 253D 60' x 24' .
(Overall length Includes hitch) .
what a Ford is.

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New Cars & Trucks

e Over 1300 sq. ft. of living space :

: 13 x 24 Living Room :

: Bedrooms Family, Room : At Old Prices !

: 1 / Baths Utility Room :

: Walk-in Closet in Master BR : ,',J $50 Over Cost On Any Pinto Or Courier From Stock

This Week End Only (No Dealers Please)

Home Type Windows : I
: Buy Now And Save Hundreds Of Dollars On Cars In Stock Beat The Price. Increase

Total ElectricSeeMarkOlinToday : EUROPEAN

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OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 9 A.M. 8 P.M. SUNDAYS 1 P.M. 6 P.M. 1 1. Starke, Fla. II, FORD ,

: MOBILEHOME : 2. Blackshear, Ga.

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I It BROOKERINBRIFF By Jeannette Prescott 78 Receive Diplomas In Union GraduationSome

Ann Childre and Patrick with her and is working in 78 Union County High voted "Most Dependable Charlene Susan Jones, Elaine Webb Viola Weeks, Robert Harvey[ Lovelace
Castlm were united in Gainesville.Roy School students were awarded 1 Studl nt" for 1974 as well as Christinia Louise Massey, Ester Mae White. Alberta Horace Enonzer Mack
IrL marriage on Thursday, June Green was rushed to their diplomas at commencement serving as the secretary to the Ella; Mae Maxwell, Mehnda Patricia Ann Williams William Jackman McGill
6. They will make their homein North Florida Regional exercises last senior class. Miss Crawford Kay McDaniel, Cheryl Lynn Also Harold Glenn Archer, James Thomas McNeill
--- Lake Butler. Hospital and at the time of this )Friday night.Valedictorian. plans to look around for a Mooneyham, Janet Lee Kenneth Lee Banks Johnny Walter Stanton NesSmith,
writing is in intensive care as is Miss college that. is as active as she. Norman, Sharon LaVerne Boswell Jr., Joseph Wiley Gary Daniel Parrish,
dt..t; t BKOOKEK BAPTIST the result of a heart attack. Chrissey Massey 17-year-old With Jack Cason, vice Norris, Sherry Beatrice Brannen, Thomas Roland Abraham Lewis Perry,
All youngsters are invited to Please remember him in your daughter of R. D. Massey of president and general sales Ogden Martha Jane Parrish, Crawford, Eric Deligne Howard Fredrick Redding,
odeIUI Brooker Baptist Church prayers.Zedra. Lake Butler who heads the manager for Coca Cola in Christy Lynn Pearson, Arlene Crews: Delbert Harlan Croft Angus Harlow Rimes Bruce
STARKE Sunday afternoon June 16, at Hamilton is in North 1974 U1IS senior class with a Daytona Beach us the Louise Schretzmann, Roxanne Jr., Randy Chris Daniel, Rodney Roberts, Johnny Allen
5:30: to sing eat supper,attend Florida Regional Hospital grade point average of 3.85 out principal speaker the Stephenson, Mary Jane llarlis Richard Ellington, Ross, Fabian Clanton Scaff,
Training Union, and sing at undergoing tests. Hope he will of a possible 4.0. Miss Massey graduation exercises were Stewart, Mary Ann Tanner, Billy Ray Gibson, Gerald Fred Sirmones, George
Opportunities for Service church services. This group be well soon would like to attend Florida held on the high school Barbara Ann Thomas, Michael Griffis, Charles Randall Stafford, Roman Lee
directed by Mr. and Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Paul D. State University after taking a athletic field and came to an Doretha Ann Thomas, Janet Gregory Guynn, Donald Eth- Stewart, Gregory Alan
SUNDAY Sunday School Tommy Cox will be called the Prescott and son Johnny were break from studies and end just minutes before a Louise Tomlinson, Deborah ridge Hale, Terry Patrick Taylor, Gary Eugene Thornton -
9:45.: Morning Worship at 11 Singsters visiting her uncle and aunt, working in the community, summer thunderstorm set in. Jane Varnes, Connie Lee Hamilton, Joseph James James Alan Tompkins
o'clock; Church Council 5:30: ; Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Markham, Miss Massey was chosen as Diplomas were awarded 1 by Vickery, Deborah Ann Hendricks, Grady Jackson, Doyle John) Waters Richard
Church Training 6:15: : ; BIRTIIDXYS and Sandra in Lake Butler the homecoming queen for Superintendent James Casonto Warren, Jeanette Marie Ronald Edward Jacoby Stirly Dexter Yarbrough and Alvin
Evening Worship at 7:30.: Mrs. Lizzie Prescott, June Sunday afternoon. this year. : Waters Janice Watkins Jones, Alan Rae LeMoine, Stanley Young.
MONDAY Youth Choir 7 1; Charles Truett June 8; Accompanying Miss Paula Jean Archer Betty .
o'clock, Girls Ensemble meet Howard Truett June 26. Massey at the head of her Marie Bljckwclder. Deborah -
immediately following Youth class is salutatorian Miss Diane Box. Jamie Diane

Choir.TUESDAY'. > BIRThDAY DINNER Cathy Crawford, daughter of Bridgman. Jeanette Lynn
Summer Choir Johnny Spencer hosted a Mr. and Mrs Melvin Brown Cathy Ann Crawford, WELLS ELECTRIC
Enlistment. All ages 2 p.m. surprise birthday party and Crawford of Lake Butler Deborah Mae Douglass,
WEDNESDAY Family dinner for his wife, Mrs. Attaining a 3.75 grade point Sheila )Fay Elixson, Betty Ann
Night Supper 6 o'clock; Hourof Arnice Spencer with all the average placed Miss Ciriflis Dt'lons Ann Hathcock
Prayer, R A, 6:30 p.m. workers of the Brooker State Crawford in the second place i'otsha ICIaine; Henderson,
Teachers and Officers Farmers Market invited Pop Pleosers position of her class. She was Cvnthia Lynn Hendricks, SERVICEElectrical
Meeting, 7:15: ;' Church Choir
Sunday afternoon, June9 at 3
Practice, 8
Visitation, o'clock. The Spencers are For
from Immokalee. Rezoning JunkyardOn Contractors
9:30: a.m., Visitation 7 p.m. the nice gifts she

BEN P. BRYANT, Pastor receive her five daughtersgave >
her a Mother's ring with Griffis Loop Deniedquarter % NI r' tee
their birthstones it. Mr. dO
Spencer gave her a in watch. The petition for of Mrs. Annie mile off 'I Highway 16 rezoning property" on Magyari \\0\1 ateSV1ce
Cooper a change of
4 Approximately 40 people zoningto West. Road west of U. S. 301 North, Z : 1t\tc'
Activity of
July permit operation a
Charles A.
attended Girard, !I'om OK to MP in order to p
!Mrs Spencer and her junkyard on her property on represented by Fred 1 Sacked, allow construction and Se1
Griffis Loop was denied by the
Weekend Planned daughters, Sharon Bonnyie, Bradford local realtor, was given operation of an automobile
Robin Laura, and Stacy, Zoning permission to advertise for body shop.
Board at its May 28
made all the cartons used at meeting. rezoning of one acre of Zoning Director L': 1\1. : RESIDENTIALCOMMERCIALINDUSTRIALDIAL
For Lake Butler the market this year. Mrs. Cooper's request to property on U. S. :101 North, Games reported that county
On leaving the market Mrs. rezone approximately 10 just south of Carradme's, building permits in May have 9646061SERVING
LAKE BUTLER On July Spencer and the girls plan to acres of property from OR from RiB (residential)) to MP, lotaled approximately
4 at 3 p.m. there will be a visit her family in Alabamaand (open rural) ) to turned MP (commercial permitting the manufacture of 4,1110.(ouo.( ) with S.1,200; in fees STARKE AND SURROUNDING AREAS SINCE 1949
special Play Day Programheld was ceramic molds.
Indiana for well-earned lolli-Uod These included 25
at the UCI1S football vacation until August a when after Tommy Huggms, an Action was deferred to the |HM'miK tor mobile homes. 744 n. THOMPSON ST. STARKE 32091

stadium with special activi- they will rejoin !Mr Spencer in adjoining property owner June meeting on a request by .imliMghi. conventional homes. P.O. BOX 607
for submitted a petition with 20
ties to
everyone according Michigan. We hope to see Earl Smith to advertise for (;.lines >uid!
Larry Powell recreation signatures protesting the
them ,
director. again next yearPERSONALS change .

There will be contests of all "The neighbors definitely
types for people of all ages ; don't want it," Ira Wilson,
Mr. and!Mrs. Charles Truett
and both sexes. Awards will another resident of the area,
be given for first second, and observed their June fifth wedding 23. told the board. Every Da yLov/Pnce' EveryDayLowPrice
anniversary Other
third places in all events. The Paul has petitions denied in-
Also on July 4 at 8 p.m., a Emery family cluded one from Bridgett
moved to and will be
full-length movie for the whole greatly missed Quincy Starling of Crosby Lake, BEEF REGULAR GRIND
family will be shown at the requesting rezoning of .9 acre ORCOFFEE
Mrs. Eva Harrell, with the FAIR
Lakeside Community Center on the Dave Paulk Road from '
John and Will Ward families, SIRLOIN ELECTRIC PERK
Admission is free for every- RiB to RiC to allow the
attended 1 the annual family
location of a mobile home on
oneOn July 6 and 7 a county- reunion held at New Hope the property She was told by
wide tennis tournament will Baptist on Sunday the board that the propertywas
June 9. At least 100 attended. STEAKS STARKE'S
be scheduled. Anyone may not sufficiently large,
The Wards of the
enter and there will be a $2 were some since mobile homes now 320 SOUTH
entry fee for all participantsto lirst settlers in Brooker require one acre. WALNUT STWIO .
help defray the cost of the Mrs Lizzie Prescott attended Also denied was the requestof .
her son's graduationfrom 8 Ivl.vo v LOW F"ICII' GOOD YIN
trophies. W. C. Terrell for a special DI.1 .EII IoNUIu $ GOOD TH'U
school 1 L B
high in Tampa on $1)4) JUNI 1* 174.QUANTITY 79cCOUPONS
Plans are being made for a permit to allow constructionof .a"n F1RVED
Tuesday. June 4. She
teen dance at the Lakeside was a small arms firing range I.
there from Saturday to i m in ptared la accept BAG
Center during the weekend Wednesday Her son returned and concession stand on his r U.S.O.IL FOOD STAMP
property on Highway 16 East
eta. (Ellington Road), now zoned _
RiB. The request was deniedon ___ _
a _
Bible FJnswcrs I IS _
: grounds that it would allowa
firing range in an area now r EvQryDayLowPrkc EvcryDayLowPricc BonusBuy
IS THE GOSPEL RELEVANT? zoned residential -
Charles Dykes, president of gjgggg ;. ;FLORIDA GIUDB'A' LUSCIOUS RED HIPI
Today we hear much about making the gospel "relevantto Crystal Lake Ilomesites Civic ( ? ?! ',
our times." It is contended that the gospel as God gaveit Association, protested the Pork Loin FRESHFRYERS WATERMELONS
is not suited to man where he is found today. It argues location of mobile homes in
that God's word is in need of the genius of modern man to that area, which he said did :
adapt it to the age in which we live. If this be true, God is not meet restrictions laid
not the God the Bible says He is. He is depicted in the Bibleas down by the original
an knowing, all-powerful God. If He knew all things developer. He said that mobile FOOD FAIR WHOLE /
from the beginning He knew what man's needs would be homes are still being moved 22 LBAVG.
for all time. If he were all-powerful, then He gave us a into the area, in spite of the U.S.CNIICE .
revelation suited to man's needs in all generations. fact that it is zoned RiA.
This idea of relevance makes man smarter than God. It Mr. Dykes was told that the 'u"
exalts man's wisdom above God's, and makes God Zoning Board could not legally EveryDayLowPrke EveryOayLowprKC Every DayLowPrkc Every DaylowPrke Every DayLowPrkcBONILIf BonusBuy ( BonmBuy %
dependent upon man. IS ANYTHING TOO HARD FOR enforce restrictions placed on SMOKED '. ""r' BIIF SWEet WESTERN FRESH FLORIDA

AND WHO INSTRUCTED HIM, AND TAUGHT HIM IN since Bradford County zoning =388' 49L 85 79< 79L j s118 2/89/ 8<
THE PATH OF JUDGMENT, AND TAUGHT HIM ordinances became effective 05 Y' :
KNOWLEDGE, AND SHOWED HIM THE WAY OF UN- Aug. 7, 1970 He was assured
DERSTANDING? (lisa 40:13: 14)). that any mobile homes not in Ev ryO ytwMw W EvcrytaytMvfrtc*
The fact is, God's word is relevant
to man's needs compliance with the or- VtOJte tWMT JtMCt
whenever and wherever we find him. It tells him of his dinance would be ordered FRESHRELISH GREEN
origin, mission and destiny.What else does he need?What removed.
can man's wisdom give him beyond this? The application of Carl LEMONS CUKES
Ilaile for change in

Southside Church of Christ from OR to MP (business zoning) on t&IJ _ _
property across from the .
3 MILES SOUTH OF STARKE ON U.S. 3O1 Owen Joist steel plant south of COMPARE 'i; L. v 1 .COM ARE .:W=' + f I COMPARE'.NNI! ,=' t

Starke .. ... I .. .. .. .
send questions to Schedule ot Services Also was approved approved.was the Rib I Roast '."DS ;:OCt.1%" S119 20e I Dinners ...c..0."..II.'.'::;. ..' S119' 20. J Young Turkeys :...O YF'NU: 45e 10,

Casey A Carlisle. Sunday application of Ben Spears for .,u. O: 21. I 30. i .6.
Minister lOa m Bible Study rezoning from OR to EA Chuck Roast ;; "''' 7Se Cooked Ham IGi..Girs Orange Juice :, 4/S1/

Rt 3 Box" 58 11 d.m Worship (exclusive agricultural)) on Sliced Bacon ';:'.-:" 6ge 10. : Skinless Franks ',,..o"Ol:::: 5ge I.. J Spare Ribs I o'.1: : 7ge a

Starke R* 6 4" u 'n Worship property on S-229A one Pork Shldr Roast ."'::.lAolEv 59c 10' i Sliced Bologna '. O:"o79" ( I.. I Smoked HamV.::. :.P-::' N.. SSe 10,

Beef For Stew o:.oo"la.l'IONIIIN', N s119 10. : Boneless Hams I :.;:N. S299 a. : Low Cal Yogurt .'; .":::"' 23e ..

CHARLIE'S CARPET & INSTALLATION Cor'd Beef Briskets -r": SI19: 20. J Cornish Hens ui,ii c :G -, : 6ge '10. J Soft Oleo '."::'.o.' 4ge 6.

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Shags. 'y'y a DU.lr nr ur DU./rr.' uv1 1W1
YD. "' : ''f IyNY COMPARE! ,.," '. ;COMPARE ,:K, t TO ;COMPARE ogm.::K;": ,0

BEAUTIFUL r Colgate Toothpaste '01 let 13, Baby Shampoo '"Tor69c: : JO. I :Tanya w'ON".ol. SSe s'e

SCULPTURED OOU" Efferdent Tablets p' 79cU": IKIK i Q-Tips .r' 79 70. i Coconut Oil Spray E SSe a'/

I $ 9 JHMO. Listerine hOd U, I Childrens Aspirin ":" 29c .. ; Liquid Douche ': .I 1ge 70<

IJSQYD. Shampoo LotionDeodorant ..;o,:O. S118' I Curad Bandages "-"K: 2/Jl/ :". I Fern Mist .-01 8Se 3UIt

10':OUIDCAN SSe tit i Instant Shave -THrJ: '\ ;. 39c 10. Alka Seltzer W"Np: "'"N 57

SCULPTURED KITCHEN PATERN Dial Deodorant .. .5P 25lICIWIB / tit ; Disposable Razor .UtAlO' 99c 20. Bayer Aspirin 'a" 77c Itttot

$699 Arrid Extra Dry umcinru ol BoCrowou tit I Stainless Blades w"r; 39c tat I Pepto Bismol ..... 49cJ109'

Carpets. j4 rr : Vaseline Lotion I"..":,.i c... gg, U< I Dry Look ,.,..':."':'.".,... 99c tat I Maalox LiquidPetroleum 1101 '0,

"(tM O MUt IK '2" tat ,." 59c tot
2/4/ Ceritol
Capri Bath Oil not Tablets Jelly ::.:r'

COMMERCIAL $ 99 Baby Powder JOMNtOMJOMNtOft I4-OI $P9 lot I Tanya '.TANNINO..;;G." SSe St9 Contac Capsules Ir. 99c tat

Carpets 4 -..-.......
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COFFEE : '. ": _.._
Today For Free Estimate .......
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126 N. Court St. Starke Fla. 964-5060 ',; ::;;' ';;;:;;';.' CHClOC,


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FOR RENT1 1 bedroom fur FOR SALE: AKC Registered LOSE WEIGHT: Safely and fast FOR SALE: 66 VW good
nished apartment phone 964- German Shepherd, Male, 5 condition. $450. Call 964.7012 PumpsNew
with X-11 Diet Plan, $3.00.
CLASSIFIED AD RATES 5065 or 964-5142. 1tchg. 1/2/ years old $75. Call 533- REDUCE Excess Fluids with after 5 p.m. 1tp 440 Acres Bradford County land. For

- 2328. ItpCOLORADO X-Pel, $3.00. Money Back See us for terms
Deadline for insertion FOR SALE: 1962 Dodge Lancer. And UsedSALES
- -- -- -
Tuesday Noon MOBILE HOME: 24x60 2 Guarantee Koch Drug. Low Excellent TREE
preceding mileage
15tchg 725CUSTOM 3 BR, 2 Baths, Masonry, Cent
Thursday before publication. bedroom, 2 bath, family : 40 ACRES, Condition, New Tires Around.
------ ----- heat/air, Family room, Closed in
Minimum Charge$2.00 room, central air and heat. $9.7501 Pick Up $95 payments Can be seen behind Luther's PARTS
Total electric. Ph. 9648023. (repossession). STEED garage, large lot, excellent SERVICE SERVICECALL
(Covers 15 Words) MADE draperies, Kettle. Ideal for second car. location
Each word over 15 5/16 4tp 6/6/ FINANCE CO. ((806-376-8690)). bedspreads and slipcovers, Call 964.5630 or 964-7200. 1tp DEEP & SHALLOW WELLS
------------ 1tp
10 cents material Ph. 964- - -- - -
your or ours. 3 BR, 1 bath Masonry home
8808. 5/23 4tp 6/13 FOR with 3 acres of land, outside Plumbing Supplies
All Classified Ads must be FOR RENT 12' wide mobile -- ---------
paid for In advance unless you homes outside city limits. J. MOBILE HOME:MOVING. Afso Memo pads envelopes, city, paved road. EXPERT SERVICEON
have an established account B. White. Ph. 964-6114. H no FOR SALE: Game pony, bridle markers, adding machine/
saddle. Two horse mobile horrta hurricane an- and cash The 20 Acre tracts available for quick
and reg. paper.
with the Telegraph In that answer\\ call 964-8775. tfchg. choring and mobile home roof sale. ALL MAKES
trailers. Roping Saddle. Office Shop.
event 50
cents extra charge ----------
-- 475-2211
Olin's MOBILE Home
coating. PHONE 964-7061
for Phone 4734435. 1tp I
billing. Not responsible for Service. 964-5606, Rt. 100 W. Very nice lot on N. Temple Ave.
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errors when given over the Starke, Fla. tfchg East of Court House 50 x 200 DurrancePUMP 4tp-6/20

phone or when copy is not FOR SALE: White Sweet Corn. t HELP WANTED j feet (approximately) priced
typed. and brought to the office. t FOR SALE J I $2.00 Bushel and other STARKE CYCLE CENTER, 207 reasonably with terms.A. a SUPPLY CO.

Vegetables. Ready Friday, Your N. Temple authorized Ave. Ph.HODAKA 964-6020, 864N. TEMPLE AVE $ SAVE $
June 14th. Open 9 a.m. David .J.THOMAS, REALTOR

Wainwright, Road 16, 2 Miles dealer tfchg. HELP WANTED: Production 621 N.Walnut FRED DAVIS
LOTS East of Starke. Phone 964- ------------ 964-6162
-Zoned for mobile homes workers wanted for
t FOR RENT 1 and houses. Several sub- 8479. 1tp WILL BABY SIT: In my home Will train. Apply sawmill.Coastal BRANCH OFFICE GMC TRUCKS
between Starke and BUICK PONTIAC"A
divisions - - halfway
to choose from. Only Lumber Co., Maxville, Fla. St. BOGIE'SPLUMBING
$95 down. Monthly paymentsto FOR SALE: 5 yr. old Mare. Lake Butler, on Road 218. Ph. 289-7261.5/30 ASSOCIATE LITTLE RIDE CAN
suit your budget. Ph. 468- Excellent disposition and rider 964 5436 or 496-2025 Ask for 2tchg 6/6. 782-3806 SAVE YOU A LOT" TF
1551 or 964-8331. Mrs. Wynn. Itp Lawtey & GREEN COVE SPRINGS
call. -----
FOR RENT: Vacancy Bradford 964-5630 after 5:00: p.m. -------
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Village Apt. For info call Itp MAID WANTED: Mature experienced -
Strout Realty, Inc., Reg. ------------ - -- -- 3 days a week 95. I FOR SALE: Notebooks ELECTRICAL
Ave. SAWS SHARPENEDwort*, Memo pads, envelopes,
Broker. 2117 N. Temple Must have
own -
WATSON'SHOUSE FOR SALE: Registered Angus guaranteed. Call 964-7509"! markers, adding machineand SERVICE S2698
Ph. 964-6608. tfchg. Lake
Kingsley 533-2884.
VACUUMS cows. Heifers and bull calves.J. leave at Jackson Building cash reg. paper The
B. White. Ph. 964-6114 or Supply, Starke or Keystone Itchg. Office .
17 Years Experience PLUS TAX & TAG
- -- --
Many brands 964-6775.
of new vacuums tfchg. Heights. Tfchg.

FOR RENT: New three Bedroom 439.00 up. Used machines ------------ HELP WANTED: Cook for ----- All Work Guaranteed
mobile home. Adults. $150 from $,,0. Expert Repairs all TV Color picture tubes only Garden Restaurant. 3tchg Tires
Monthly, plus utilities. makes. Parts and Accessoriesfor $79 plus labor, Dahmers WILL BABY SIT in my home 6/27 Cash & Carry Master License and

Bradford Motel, Bradford all vacuums. Built In Discount tfchg. Monday thru Friday. Phone - - Insurance
Park. 2tchg. 6/20/ central vacuum cleaning 9646821. 1tpSewing E. CALL

- - .- systems. 712 N. Main, FOR SALE: 6 by 9 linoleum - -- -- TIRESFRONT
Gainesville 376-7110. TF $3.50, 9 by 12 $5.98, 12 by 12 24 Hr. Service

$11.95 and 12 by 15 $14.94 Machine t WANTED J 1'2 k 1 END 323 W. Brownlee St.


KEYSTONE MELROSE tfchg. RepairAll I SERVICE or 964.8602 964.8622

makes cleaned, oiled and
WANTED: Will mow lawns any 964-5800
FOR SALE: Epiphone Guitars adjusted, $7. All work guar size. Call 7823270. 2tp 6/13 I

Business Directory made Japan by Gibson now anteed. James Strickland, - -- -- QUALITY TIRES 8c Pof S H
at Dahmers Discount, tfchg. Road and SR-16. Ph.

964-8733 or 7823189. hour shift. Apply in person L TFNBRASINGTON REDUCED RATES AUDI
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tfchg Home's 301 Lawtey. tfchg. ..
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DOYLE E. CONNER 4222 NW 13th St.



Slim fi 7 tillage HARDWARE USEDFOR mer's Discount House. tfchg SERVICE
:; ,, AND Fine selection of Used Cars

Taken On Cadillac Trades
Fish-'N'-Stuff GARDEN CENTER. SALE: 1965 Dodge Pickup 2001 N.W.l3th 378-5301 Alan Baxter
Truck, 1 ton, New Inspection.Also .
Live Bait A complete line of 114w. DAY NURSERY-: Twelve Thousand Pound HOUSES FOR SALEFOR GAINESVILLE
Fenced yard, provided.
Capacity Trailer. Both in Good Contractor
Minnows Infants up. Reasonable Day, Condition. Eleven Hundred
Plumbing Electrical Supp. Hour, Week. 9648464. ttpCommunity Dollars. 964-6391. Itp
TACKl.E.RODS-REELS Gro-Tone Fertilizers JIMMY MOORE'S ResidentialCammercial
SALE 15 fenced,
FISHING HUNTING Insecticides -- .o o ------ : acres
LICENSES-AMMUNITION Lumber&Building Materials with large 3 BR farm house. Sun SportsMORE

ICE lI"y.21 N. 200yds From light NewsELIZABETH Ol Exceptional. 60000.exterior Also improvements an- BOAT FOR .. 9645236Serving
Keystone heights 0113-3663
IIgts. 413-4351 excellent buy of 8 large fur YOUR MONEY TF

GIVENS WALKER nished 1 BR units for only STARKE PH 964-5791 The Starke and Keystone

CONTRACTORS $12,500 down. Marguerite L Heights Area.
Rhea Realtor, 816 N. W. 13th COMPLETE OUTBOARD & TF

Ben Electric Coe Triangle "R"Enterprise St., Phone: 372-3336 STERN DRIVE SERVICE
Gainesville. Local Calls:
Tommy Chastain Asso. 964-
James WBell,Owner l R riW 7765. 1tp
Commercial Llcea.sed-Insured 100 W. PH. 964-M04
Residential Featuring New 3 bedroom homes, some iFr '
Repairs The Lindal Cedar homes W with no down payment if you I JW;
I Electrical Fixtures b with low down
413-2110 413-35-12 qualify. Others United FarmAgencyIne LARGE SELECTION OF PRE-OWNED ft
I Keystone Hilts. 473-360'Z St. Rd.21 N. payment.All REPOSSESSED HOMES GOOD
P.O. Box
4 o'p
r-w .I..I.e't Bradford counties. REG. REAL ESTATE BROKER TF

AUTO SERVICE 205 N.Temple(US-301))
Jt.tfj 964-6522 ,

Rubber Stamps LOUISE MCRAE-ASSOC. 1'k We Mow All Size Lawns I:


I Your STARKE FLA. 964-5O63 1_ Edge Trim & Fertilize
Alignment I Lawns & Flowers
Speed Wheel Balancing RECENTLY WED united in marriage on May 31 I Real Estate REAL ESTATE? ,

Ronnie Lee Austin and Miss in Daytona Beach. Broker CALL US FOR BEST PRICES'ROSPECTS & Free Estimates j
Air Conditioning Service Telegraph Sharon Yvonne Hancock were WAITING TFCHG ,

- Trade- 964-8440 After 6 P.M.
Buy Sell- I
Brake ServiceLubricationOil --- -----
OES NOTICE is "How Great A Love./' In GORDONAir

Change JOHNSON AUTOTUNEUP Dell Chapter 168 OES will addition to regular classes. AppraisalsCALL Conditioning & Green's Lawn Service ,
hold its regular meeting adult classes will be held from BILL POWELL

Tune UpGoodyear Thursday at 8 p.m. in the 6 p.m. to 8:30.: There will be a REAL ESTATE Heating Co.
General Repatring- Masonic Hall on Brownlee two week session. Com- 9646464 COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATION

Tires Engines Rebuilt Street.All members are askedto mencement exercises will beheld MOBILE HOME SERVICE

Minor Machine Shop Work please be present and on June 30. Children and ASSOCIATES: Installation/ / and Service
Automatic Transmission- time. adults all ages are invited to On All Makes
Air ConditioningTires attend. Denomination does not Ralph Bryan BOB GORDON PRICES ARE GOING SKY HIGHOn

Blk. E.OrrziandlBlk. Batteries SCHOOL NEWS matter. A donation will be 964-6208 Slat Certified

N.Off 100 Mon.-Frl. 7:30 AM-6 PM Adult Basic classes start given each night. e Master H.A R V. Llcenasd All Types Mobile and BaseC.
KEYSTONE HGTS.473-4052 Sat. 7:30-1 PMI.AKEGENEVA July 1 for the interested adults New Bethel Baptist Church. Bob Milner e Insured B. Equipment
473-4117( who would like to Improve Weekly services begin with Phone 473-4777

their self image, study towarda Bible Class and Prayer 9646026Acreage Rt 3 Box 266 Starke On Highway SHOP AND SAVE AT BILL'SBefore
diploma or for a better job. Meeting each Wednesday at '
REAL ESTATE BEAUTY SHOP -1 to 100 100 8 Miles So Of Starke TF1
For information call 9646150. 7:30.: Sunday School, 10 a.m.which .
Bradford &Alachua Prices Go Up
will conclude servicesfor

Richard Lovorn Nell's CIIURCII NEWS the day. Rev. Leroy. Davis.
Beauty Style Shop"For pastor. Nice 3 BR 2 bath home at ((1J JlIoatt: :
Greater Bethlehem :-Mt. Zion AME Church
Real Broker Hampton. Call Bob for
Estate Bill Makes Outdoor
Freewill Baptist Church. Rev. Lawtey. Rev. R. L. Bethel. TREE SERVICEALL Plexiglass Advertising
after 6:00 at 944-
Signs As Well As Painted
a lovelier Jasper Williams, pastor. pastor The Choir An- Signs
Magnetic Sign Co.
you" Weekly services began with niversary will be held Friday NEW-3 BR, 2 Bath Central BULLDOZIER LAND
RESIDENTIAL Phone 475-2211 I Ushers Board No. 2 and Choir night June 14. at 7:30.: The
Heat and Air Carpet on
BUSINESS-ACREAGE No. 3 Monday night. Senior public is invited to attend this wooded high-dry acre lot. CLEARING.COMPLETELYINSURED BILL'S C.B. RADIO AND EQUIPMENT
INSURANCE Between Choir met Tuesday night. Gospel sing-out. The Men'sDay Outside city. Two to choose
473-3254 Keystone I Wednesday night Prayer celebration will be held from. FREE ESTIMATES 964-8346 Starke, Florida
Keystone Ilgts. Meeting was held. Thursday June 23.Greater. 321 North Temple Avenue
473-4692 Heights 3 BEDROOM 2 bath C. B. 24 YEARS EXPERIENCE
(tonight) the Ladies Circle Allen Chapel A.E
964-M43 It Melrose ---J. JAX. 768-8522
Celia Terwillegar with Heat and Air Carpet.beautiful
will meet at the home of Mrs. Church. Rev. B. C. Williams.
Edna Knepper 473.1111Martha lot In Stark 15 x 30 OR STARKE 964-9935
McCutchen. Prayer Band will pastor. Sunday
Durbln 473-3362 Beach Sand meet at the home of Mrs. Missionary and League family room with fire place. 12 TP 6/27

James Prince. The Senior Convention will be held FASHION CAREERLIKE
C.B.McAfee 473-4030 Nice 3 BR, 1 Bath CB in Excellent -
Choir will render'song service Wednesday Thursday and
Fill Location
S. E. Molil REALTOR Dirt Clay at Mt. Zion AME Church. Friday. June 12, 13 and 14, in Adult Mobile

Member of Society of Tractor Work niversary. At 6 p.m. Friday Waters College. Sunday Beautiful Building and mobile Home ParkIN I YOUR CUSTOMERS SAVE UP TO 50%
Residential Appraiser night the Junior Choir will services will begin with home lots Inside-and out- Redwood
side city. CITY LIMITS S3O A MONTH Complete Inventory".Beautlful
Land Cleared rehearse. Saturday dinners Sunday School at 10 a.m.
Serving This Area For will be sold from the kitchen. Morning service at 11. Choir WALK TO NEIGHBORHOOD Fixtures. .Complete Training Program
26 Years Want to have one built? We VERY HIGH EARNINGS
Sunday is pastoral day. Union. 3 p.m. Evening serviceat GROCERY AND NEW
Mrs.Melba llgen 473-1740 Hank Bruning Sunday School will begin 5:30.: can help you there also. SHOPPING CENTER INVESTMENT S 2.500

Mrs.Mrs.Joanne Dolores Gassett Gilmore 473-1432 473-3400 services at 9:30.: Morning Ebenezer: Baptist Church. CHECK WITH US NO PETS TF VISIT OUR STORES-TALK(TO OWNERS CHOICE AREAS AVAILABLE
worship at 11. Dinner will be Rev. Leroy ,Davis pastor.
Mr.Leslie Robinson 473-1033 served at 12:30.: League at 4 Sunday School will begin CALL COLLECT MR. TODD..904/396-1707
HOMES ACREAGE, Phone 473-4761 P.rn. At 6 p.m. Annual Bible services at 9:45.: Morning LET US HELP YOU U.S.301 SOUTH OR WRITE HY-STYLESHOPPE ,
RENTALS service at 11. Evening service,
P.O. Box 26OO9..Jacksopville. Fla. 32218
Lake Geneva School registration will be 7 BUY, SELL,TRADEI PHONE 964-881O
Office Phone 473-481 p.m.
held. The theme L /
for this year. 1June ,


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Pace 16 TELEGRAPII June 13, 191.j

Ligon, also of Hanover, Ind. -- Le Jals - I
IIIL'IU'II' ACTIVITIES I WTEY Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Griffis

had joint birthday dinner for
Church or God Sunday their fathers, Ezra Gault and


YPE and Prayer Meeting brother-in-law, G. W. Durham Mrs. Cecil Dobbs and familyof tended. FICTITIOUS NAME FLORIDA BRADFORD COUNTY.IN AND FOR CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR FLORIDA, IN AND FOR

Saturday at 7:30: p.m. of Jacksonville on Thursday Huntsville, Ala. spent the Claude Jones and Mrs. BRADFORD COUNTY. CASE BRADFORD COUNTY.
Section 865.09 CASE NO.74-73
Faith Baptist Church Radio Futch Clifford of Pursuant to CASE No.74-155
afternoon. Mrs. weekend with their parents, Taylor Middleburg Statutes, notice is No.
Program over WPXE Starke, returned to her home were guests of Florida
Friday.Art Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. supper her son that the under- CIVIL ACTION
8 a.m. Sunday. Bible School, Green of Albany, Ga. is Other guests were their and daughter-in-law, Mr. and hereby given L. Kitchens and IN RE: The Marriage of CARLOSL CIVIL ACTIONIn

10 a.m. Worship Service, 11 spending some time with his grandson and granddaughter, Mrs. Gene Taylor, Friday signed Johnny BENJAMIN ARMSTRONG, Petitioner,
Snodderly, Route 3, SUSLOW and
a.m. and 7:30: p.m. School on grandmother Mrs. Joe and Mrs. Dobbs evehing. John C. and WILLIE PEARL ARM- re: The Matter of the
Mr. Larry Starke Fla., 32091, ANNA SUSLOW, his wife
Bible Doctrine Adoption
Tuesday 8
Dorko and Mrs. Russell Wood STRONG Respondent.
great- and baby of Huntsville, Ala. returned under the firm Plaintiff, vs. HARRY MITCHELL ,
p.m. at pastor's home. Prayer grandmother Mrs. Mae Mrs. Burney Dobbs of home Satuuday from Baptist doing business and BETTY his STAFFORD
Meeting Wednesday 7:30: Wells visited their aunt Memorial name NOTICE OF SUIT
Jacksonville and Cue Dobbs of Hospital wife Defendants.
CO. Route 3, Box 21, ,
p.m., Bible Study. and sister, Mrs. Linnie Raiford spent Saturday with Jacksonville. We are glad to
Grace United Methodist Gilchrist, of Brunswick Ga., them. report that she is better. Starke, Fla.said, 32091 fictitious, intends name to NOTICE OF SUIT To: Willie Pearl ArmstrongDry NO PROPERTY

Church Sunday 9:45: a.m. on Sunday. She is seriously ill. Friends of Ernie Cauley will Mr. and Mrs. Charles register PROPERTY Prong, Louisiana
Worship Services, 11 a.m. and Friends of Rev. and Mrs. regret to learn that he is a Simmons Mike and Debbie, of under the provisions of aforesaid 71423 TO: Clarence Gene King

7 p.m. Wednesday MYF at 7 Don Denton and family regret patient in Bradford County Atlanta Ga., spent the statute. TO: 2605 Old Shell Road
Kitchens and JohnC.
p.m. followed by Choir to learn that they are leavingour Hospital Our love and prayersare weekend with their brotherinlaw Johnny L. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Mobile, Alabama

Practke at 7:30.: community. We wish them with him. and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Snodderly, owners. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat that an action for dissolution of
United Methodist Women well wherever they locate. Regina and Lamar Eunice Jack Kuhne, and family. Dated this 11th day of June, an action OF MORTGAGE marriage has been filed againstyou YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat

met at the church Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Louis Johns of spent Sunday afternoon with Debbie and Mike will stay a A. D. 1974 at Starke Rorida. FORECLOSURE on the and you are required to an action for Adoption has

morning at 10 a.m. with Miss Brooker and Mr. and Mrs. their grandparents, Mr and week with the Kuhnes. Other 6/13 4tp 7/4 following property in Bradford serve a copy of your written been filed, against you

Arthurine Blanchard Danny Norman gathered at Mrs. Harold Eunice.Mr. guests of the Kuhnes on >0 0.0.0. 0.. 0.0. o.'OoQ County, Florida: defenses if any, to it on CLARENCE GENE KING and

presiding. Mrs. Coss gave the the home of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Sidney Harbin Sunday were their sister, Mrs. Those certain lots, blocks, RICHARD E. WELTY, Attorneyfor you are required to serve a copy
devotional. Ten memberswere Edward Roberts and familyon and Donna spent the weekend Carolyn Holmes, and Law tey pieces or parcels of land, situate, Petitioner, whose address is of your written defenses, if any

present. Friday to help Mr. Roberts with their sister, Mrs. Gaynell children.Mr. lying and being in the County of 114 N. Walnut Street, P. O. Box to it, on the plaintiff's attorney,
Highland Baptist Church celebrate his birthday an- Mooty of Clarkston, Ga. and and Mrs. J. F. and her son and daughter-in- Bradford and State of Florida, 995, Starke, Florida, 32091, and whose name and address is
Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. niversary.Mrs. attended the Harbin Reunion Robertson attended law Mr.and Mrs. W. S. Crewsof and being more particularly file the original with the Clerk of DUDLEY P. HARDY, Esq., P. O.

Worship Service, 11 a.m. Jack Pons and Joey of while there. graduation exercises for their Jacksonville, attended the described as: Commence at the the above-styled Court on or Drawer 1030, Starke, Florida,

Choir Practice, 6:30: p.m. Tallahassee were guests of Les McClellan returned grandson, Bryan Cowan, from Rivers family reunion at the NW Corner of said SW 1/4 of before July 8, 1974, otherwise a 32091, and file the original with
Evening Service, 7:30.: Prayer her mother, Mrs. Bryant home Friday from Memorial Lee High School Jackson- home of her brother and SW 1/4 for point of beginning, Judgment may be entered the clerk of the above styled

Meeting Wednesday, 7:30: Reddish, Tuesday to Friday Hospital, Jacksonville after ville, on Sunday at 4 o'clock. sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. G. and run thence South 1 degree against you for the relief court on or before July 31, 1974;

p.m. Her daughter, Mrs. Kay spending a week there. We are After graduation, they visited W. Rivers of Graham. 49 minutes East along the demanded in the Petition. otherwise a judgement may be
Northside Baptist Church Stephenson of Macclennywent glad to report that he is better. their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mobleyof Westerly boundary thereof, a WITNESS my hand and the entered against you for the relief

Sunday School, 10 a.m. home with her motherfor !Mrs] Danny Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Cowan, Chiefland were Friday distance of 230.1 feet to a seal of said Court on the 31st demanded in the complaint or

Worship Services, 11 a.m. and a visit. sons of Jacksonville were and enjoyed refreshmentswith overnight guests of their concrete monument; run thence day of May, 1974. petition.
7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting Mrs. Paisy Boch and Lynn Saturday guests of her them. brother-in-law and sister, Mr. South 62 degrees 49 minutes WITNESS my hand and the

Wednesday 7:30: p.m. and Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson parents, Mr and llti-.K-cd Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Rivers and Mrs. Jack Kuhne. East a distance of 536.42 feet to Gilbert S. Brown seal of said Court on June 4,

visited her daughter, Mrs. Moore and daughter, Carol, of Union Mr. and Mrs. C. A. North a concrete monument on the As Clerk of said Court 1974

PERSONALSMrs. Maines Griffis and children, Joe Lock of Hanover. Ind. Springs Ala., were Saturday and family and Mrs. Edith Westerly boundary of the rightof By: Beulah M. Moody

Joyce Futch of of Palatka on Saturday. is a guest of his parents, Mr. overnight guests of their Swinney of Jacksonville way of State Road No. 200; Deputy Clerk Gilbert S. BrownAs
Blackshear, Ga. and Miss Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hewittof and Mrs. Paul Lock. Another sister Mrs. Pierce Crews. On visited their parents Mr. and run thence in a Northeasterly 6/6/ 4t 627NOTICE Clerk of said Court

Elizabeth Terry visited their Tallahassee and Mr. and guest is their niece. Miss Beth Sunday they with Mrs. Crews Mrs. J. F. Robertson on direction along said Westerly By: Beulah M. MoodyAs

-- -- -..-..-..- ._.._..__._._.-._ ----------_..-_-_.-._.-._.-_- Sunday evening.Mr. boundary and along the arc of a Deputy Clerk
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and Mrs. Harold Eunice 6/134t 714NOTICE
curve said curve having a radiusof OF INTENTIONTO
visited their sister, Mrs. 5696.66 feet and being REGISTER

Slade Linnie Harris, of Maxville, concave to the West, a chord FICTITIOUS NAME OF HEARING ON
Sawyer who is a patient in St. Vin- distance of 533.39 feet, said PETITION FOR CLOSING AND

cent's Hospital, Jacksonville, chord having a bearing of North Pursuant to Section 865.09 ABANDONMENT OF A

on Thursday. 25 degrees, 50 minutes and 20 Florida Statutes, notice is PLATTED STREET DESCRIBEDAS

Gas & Conditioning Mr. and Mrs. Bennett seconds East to the Northerly hereby given that the undersigned "THAT PORTION OF A
: Wilkison, Jr., and family, of boundary of aforesaid SW 1/4 W. N. and Elizabeth CERTAIN STREET LYING

Jacksonville and their of SW 1 1/4, run thence South 89 Noegel, Edwards Road, Starke, EASTERLY OF LOT 1, BLOCKD
cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. degrees, 35 minutes and 50 Florida, 32091, doing business AND WESTERLY OF LOT 1,
Ryder and sons, of Boston, seconds West along said under the firm name of "301 BLOCK C OF MT. PLEASANTON
America's No. 1 Air Conditioner Mass., were guests of their Northerly boundary a distance of UQUORS", P. O. Box 159, SILVER LAKE ACCORDINGTO

parents Mr. and Mrs. B. L. 716.96 feet to point of begin- Starke, Bradford County, PLAT THEREOF RECOR-

Carrier Wilkison, Sr., on Sunday. ning. Section 10, Township 6 Florida, 32091, intends to DED IN PLAT BOOK 2, PAGE 45
Maker Other guests were Mrs. Gloria South, Range 22 East, register said fictitious name OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF

Howe and daughters of under the provisions of aforesaid BRADFORD COUNTY ,
Jacksonville, Sunday af- has been filed against you Harry statute.W. FLORIDA"

ternoon. Mitchell and Betty Mitchell, and N. and Elizabeth Noegel,
Mrs. Vickie Reddish of the you are required to serve a copy sole owners. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:

State Farm and Jeff Mc- of your written defenses, if any Dated this 21st day of May, A.

Clellan of Starke were to it, on the plaintiff's attorney, D. 1974, at Starke, Florida You will please take notice
Tuesday overnight guests of whose name and address is 5/23 4tp 6/3 that in accordance with the pro
their grandmother, Mrs. Les Hon. George H. Pierce, 996 N. visions of Section :?36.09
1 I IRI McClellan. Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida, through 336.12. Florida
Mrs. Wade Gaskins and and file the original with the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Statutes, a public hearing will be
Mrs. Lois Carter visited their clerk of the above styled court THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- held by the Board of County

x aunt, Miss Debbie Phillips of on or before June 25, 1974: CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR Commissioners of Bradford

Macclenny on Sunday af otherwise a judgement may be BRADFORD COUNTY. County, Florida, in the County
ternoon. entered against you for the relief CASE No.74117IN Commissioners Courtroom of
Mrs. C. R. Crews and demanded In the complaint or the Bradford County Courthouse .
Glenann spent the weekend petition. RE: The Marriage of HARLEY in Starke Florida on

with her son-in-law and WITNESS my hand and the ALBERT SEABOLT, Petitioner, Monday, July 1, 1974 at 10:00:
daughter. Mr. and Mrs. seal of said Court on May 21. and PEGGY JO BRYANT o'clock A. M on the petition of

Gas Furnace & Air Tommy Clayton and son of 1974. SEABOLT, Respondent. Dudley P. Hardy, as attorney for
Conditioning $13:90: Jacksonville. Mrs. Clayton, John Beidler and Gertrude

Tommy, and Mrs. Inez Teston Gilbert S. Brown NOTICE OF ACTIONNO Beidler, his wife and H. V. Bark'
Electric & Oil Furnaces
Also Available
brought them home Mondayand As Clerk of said Court PROPERTY ford and Carolyn Bicklord his

PLUS NECESSARY WIRING spent the day. By Beulah M. MoodyAs wife, which petition was spread
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Teston Deputy Clerk To: Peggy Jo Bryant Seaboltco upon the minutes of a meetingof

I and family spenn Sunday (Court Seal) James R. Hardin said Board of County

Centrally Located afternoon with their son-in- 5/23 4t 6/13 512 Pin Oak Drive Commissioners held on June 3,

80,000 law and daughter Mr. and Birmingham, Ala. 35214 1974 requesting that said Board

24,000 Mrs. Randy Hayes of TRADE NAME LAW close and dbandon a platted
7 Outlets Hampton. (Notice Under YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an Street hereinafter described and

BTU Cooling BTU Fictitious action for dissolution of renounce and disclaim any rightof

Name Law) marriage has been filed againstyou Bradford County, Florida and
Gas Furnace
1 Return Notice is hereby given that the and you are required to the public in and to the land

Scouting undersigned, pursuant to the serve a copy of your written lying within said portions of the
"Ficticious Name Statute," defenses, if any, to it on platted street, said platted street

.I News Chapter No. 20953, Laws of EUGENE F. SHAW Petitioner's being described as follows:
Or The is Post
whose address
Florida 1941, as amended by attorney, That portion of a certain street
Matchmaker Carolyn Eaves Chapter No. 26760, Laws of Office Box 1086, Starke, Florida, lying Easterly of Lot 1 1. Block D
3 TON 964-5812 Florida 1951, and by ChapterNo. on or before June 21, 1974, and and Westerly of Lot 1 1. Block C
Clerk of
file the original with the of Mt. Pleasant Silver Lake
67-209, Laws of Florida on

America's Number 1 Air Conditioning Maker! A big thank you to the 1967, being Section 86609 this Court Petitioner's either before attorney serviceon or according to plat thereof

Telegraph for providing this Florida Statutes, will register thereafter recorded in Plat Book 2, Page 45
immediately ; of the public records of Bradford
with the clerk of the Circuit
Scout column. We look for otherwise a default will be
for Bradford County, Florida.
Court in and
ward to using this as a meansof entered against you for the relief
F t'. keeping scouts in this area County, Florida upon receipt of demanded in the Petition.
proof of publication of this All interested parties may
informed. Boys are involved WITNESS hand and the
my and be heard at the time
notice, the fictitious name, appear
with the Haft Race this week seal of this Court on this 21st
and place above specified.
and girls are busy finishing towit;
LAMAR DEAN OUTDOOR day of May, 1974. Dated this 3rd day of June A.
their scout
D. 1974.
Brownie Girl Scouts in ADVERTISING COMPANY Gilbert S. Brown
Starke and Raiford under which it is engaged in
Hampton. Clerk of Circuit Court
i-IU wv 1 Q completed their year with a business in the City of Starke, Bradford County, Fla. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS -

to Raiford Flower Show, Florida. Beulah
trip By: Moody
That the interested in ,
cooking out at KOA hiking at Deputy Clerk
Gold l Head Branch State Park said business enterprise is as 5/23 4t 613IN FLORIDA

PTA and attending follows:
X69500 a Neighborhood Folk Major Media of the By: Gilbert S. Brown
Clerk of Said Board
Day sponsored by Cadette Southeast, LTD. THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
PLUS TAX Troop No. 520. Brownies flying BY: Robert O. Naegele, Jr., THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR 1t

Carrier ft ANY NECESSARY up into Junior Troop No. 614 General Partner.BY CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
: William O. Naegele, SALE BY SEALED BIDS
Blakewood. Carmen Eaves, General Partner.5/234t 6/13


Alvarez. Mary Lou Wat- IN RE: Estate of MAX K.
Pleasing Low StJling Unit Locates Outdoors THAT BRINGS COOL, CONDITIONED terson Rhonda Geiger, Laura SACKS, Deceased. ON USED CRESOTE BRIDGE
COMFORT Perrine Ethel Bass and Pursuant to Section 865.09 TIMBERS
Armor Cabinet Can Be Moved If You Move FEATURES THAT GUARANTEE Denise Griffis. Brownies in Florida Statutes, notice is NO'i ICE TO CREDITORSTO
COMFORT the Raiford Troop will fly-up hereby given that the undersigned 4' X 10' LENGTHS
Call For in the fall when the Junior ALL CREDITORS AND ALL
Today Free
Estimate Troop is reorganized.The Box 315, Starke, and Judy Har- PERSONS HAVING CLAIMSOR LENGTHS
denbrook Star Route, Hampton BIDS TO BE OPENED IN THE
camp out at Neyati by DEMANDS AGAINST SAID
Junior Troop 605 was a big Fla., 32044, doing business ESTATE. COUNTY COMMISSIONERSROOM
Call Today For Free success and Junior Troop 614 under the firm name of G AND H AT THE COURTHOUSEIN
is having a Fun Day at Camp You, and each of you, are
Walnut St. Starke Fla. 32091 MONDAY JULY 1, 1974.
Ulanding today (Thursday). hereby notified and required to
intends said fictitious THESE TIMBERS MAY BE
Estimate 9647701Sawyer Juniors bridging to Cadettes to register present any claims and demands
name under the provisions of SEEN AT THE COUNTY
included Joyce Wainwright, aforesaid statute. which you, or either of you, may MAINTENANCE SHOP ON
Catherine Shoening Elena have against the estate of MAXK.
Kent Graudons and NORTH GRAND STREET
Canova. Lynne Johns Ann Judy SACKS deceased to the
Hardenbrook, owners. MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 8 A.
Brooks. Phyllis Sharpe Robin Judge of the said Court,
Slade Dated this 30th day of May, M. to 5 P. M.
s Williams Linda Sawyer, Bradford County Court House,
Lori A. D. 1974. at Starke, Rorida.
Brenda Tyson Bradford County, Florida within
5/30 4tp 6120NOTICE Gilbert S Brown
Blakewood, Betsy Yawn. four ((4)) months from the date of
Congratulations. I the first publication of this 6'13216/20

Gas Er Rip REGISTER OF INTENTIONTO notice.Each claim or demand must Smoker Say.,

: be in writing and must state the WILDFIRES

place of residence and post

332 W. Madison : > Pursuant to Section notice 866.09 is office address of the claimantand REA CAUSE
Starke Li; Florida Statute, must be sworn to by the OFPOLlUriON

1a hereby given that the undersigned claimant, his agent, or his attorney ....TOODon't /
V. F. Heiken, Route 1,
or it will/ become void
Box 385 Lawtey, Florida 32068
W0 i All Makes Of Air according to law.
Conditioning doing business under the firm Each creditor shall deliver z -o -

name of "AMERICAN FAMILY sufficient of his claim to -t"
Service SOUND Route 1, Box 386, copies
Room Unltm To CentralCall enable the Court to mail one to
Lawtey, Florida 32068, Intendsto
each .
personal representative.Dated 11 ;

Us For Fast, Professional Air Conditioning Service rY under register the provisions said fictitious of aforesaid name May 31, A. D. 1974.
Nestor Karnoupakis
964-77O1 "':\\ACM YKAR A rv eevCxiioH; statute.V. Ancillary Administrator of
? F. Heiken, sole owner.Detedthie2lstdayof .
no&tA' ** guAgLt yvtft the Estate of MAX K. SACKS,
May, A.
3.00,000VOUHOt VCU AMP' WOMCDlr Deceased.

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