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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 20, 1974
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Another battle against

rapidly increasing power

plant fuel prices was lost

Surcharge when Starke city com qn i 1' ,t rr rr'r

missioners were told

natural gas curtailments,

On which would mean a

Electricity saving to the city over

the next few months,

cannot be postponed

Termed Unfair"I "We cannot make any

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think it's a crying shame those accounts coming in?" against others who are in t a.r .t, r i n tz ', 'a i itt tt'd a ,

that the electric users are Mayor Tucker asked Ed the same situation," was R'!
taking an unfair load of the wards. the K t; ,' "" ?
reply received by p .w ,j a fk. s r ,
"About normal. Those that r jipNv{ ,
burden that you have imposedon Mayor CommissionerNeil ,,
us," Walter King, a are not paying are being cutoff
resident of the Green Acres just like the council told Tucker from officialsof i:
Subdivision told Starke me to do" Edwards said. the Florida Gas Corp.at .

commissioners at the meeting In other business the Winter Park. i /
Tuesday June 18. Commissioners set Aug. 6 as j? 1 r
"However your requestis / 'y
"I'll certainly hate to the date for a public hearingon 1ri
still under
the city's application for con
receive my July bill. I use
federal funds under the 201 sideration and we will
from 3.0M( to 3,500( kilowattsper ", M
month,and I think you are Water Pollution Control take another look in the 1
doing an injustice to the Facilities Plan.According next 30 days."
electric users by slapping the to Craig Bat-
whole thing on us, King terson, city engineer, the The commissioners on June
continued. public hearing is a 10 had requested a defermentof :Mexican laborers lug watermelons from a 55: -acre field week, averaging 3-3-1-2 Bents per pound, and ate now the
King was referring to the requirement the applicationnow the natural gas curtailmentfor near Brooker ;Monday afternoon. I Prices wore stronger this main' crop being shipped from the llrooker Slate I'arnu r's
recently imposed 35 percent in process and at the the 31 day period for which :blanket
surcharge that is being hearing the boundaries of the natural gas would not be
on the June electric applied planning area will be available[ during the months of

billing that the city's presented and alternate July, August and September Watermelons Good At Brooker
customers will receive on July means of waste treatment and in an effort to be relieved Selling Market
1. disposal will be discussed. during those months from the

"What alternative do we Commissioner Charles purchase of fuel oil at 2 J cents From 8-10 semi-trailer loadsof week, averaging 3-3 1-2 cents scarcity of watermelons in watermelons through the night's rains. Thehail< In-at
have?" asked Mayor Tucker. Schaefer requested per per gallon. watermelons are leaving per pound to the grower. usually heavy producing Fourth. down the watermelon tines,
have the Had the commissioners
mission to
- "Apply it to all your other been cost the Brooker State Farmer's "We're moving quite a few areas in south Florida[ One 55acreshown( in the as can be seen in photo but
approved
generator'hookedup request a
customers : gas. water emergency Market daily now, according for Allen. Thisis the nit-Ions
for the department. savings estimated at $43.000 our area, says Growers are starting to ship photo above) field on SIMS only "pecked"
police
sewerage and garbage. Let Schaefer said that during would have been realized for to l\Iarkell\lanager Bob Allen, due, says County Agent now Allen says, for the July[ 4 two miles west of Brooker was Growers; Jimmy and Tomniv
everybody pay a fair share, with prices stronger this to Hamilton and Howard
Bobby Taylor should
a reported market There be hit by hail in last Friday
three blackouts over the balance of the city's fiscal
not just the electric The power
users. Douglas owners of (he I tield in
from the the weekend that no com year ending September 30. ..
money you get power ------- --- a joint cllm't. began cuttuiK
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plant goes to pay for those munications were available to The city's natural gas is I I the melons :Mondamorning.
other services anyway and I the police department supplied to them on the basisof and by Tuesday night had
think you are being very because of the non two contracts. The first moved much ol the crop Irom
unfair and unjust by makingthe availability of emergency contract provides for a non- 4 Local FFA Members the I Held.
electric user pay for that power to operate the police interruptible supply of natural They were able to move t the
service to your other radio system. gas that the city uses to service melons despite the scars The'
customers. I say let its residential and I Inuit was not damaged other
everybody share ahke and commercial customers and than by the speckled up
don't put the whole burden on L. may not be curtailed. pl'aral1lc. The crop was. Thus
Butler
the electric users like you've The second contract State Contest Winners not a loss but it the cutting
done." King replied.In provides for a supply of could have been delayed u
[ replying to King Mayor natural gas that can be in week or 10 days the ,melons
Tucker and Clerk Merrill Ballot terrupted at the discretion of Bradford County FFA Whitehead won $25 as area place winner in the Seaboard Cucumbers; Becky Hutchinsreceived would have put on more
Edwards explained that the the Federal Power Com Chapters returned four winner for Poultry; Andy Coastline Forestry Contest; honors for artistic weight. Many 'melons picked
minimum rates for water, gas mission, who is charged with winners from the State Baldree first place in the Sr. Nan Wcisinger and Kim Tenly arrangements in agriculture this week at 17-18 pounds may
and sewerage had already the responsibility of Convention held June 10-14 at Chapter Division for !Mist were Division winners in the and Charles Ferguson placedin have approached 2.;,> pounds in
been applied effective Jan. 1, OkayedLAKE regulating (rationing) the the Peabody Auditorium in' Propagation, also second Junior Chapter for "Uses ofSchool the landscape dIvision another week.Friday .
1974! and that there was total available supplies of
no Daytona, according to Paul C. "The received afternoon in the
charge for garbage service.As natural gas to all major Chapter a
llutchins, agriculture teacher Service Plaque for providing Hamilton-Douglas held the
a further relief he was BUTLER City consumers. for BHS. the melon vines were knee high
backdrops during convention
told that the 35 percent sur election scheduled for Rapidly increasing Paul C. llutchins, Jr. won FinancingFacts. which we have and just a melon[ now and then
charge would be applied for Tuesday, June 25, is all set to demands for natural gas now the State Public Speaking provided for the five could be seen. But Saturday
only four months and at the go following the approval of exceed the total available contest, bringing home a $100 years," stated Hutchins.past morning every watermelon in
beginning of the new budget the ballot form by the city supply, resulting in a cash award. llutchins will go the field was shining,
year that some further adjustment council at Wednesday's June rationing process being set up to Tri-State held in Atlanta, Airing "I thought our Chapter was revealing a bumper crop.
would be made and 12 meeting. by the Federal Power Com Ga. this August, then to the best in the State, but There are two buyers
that the higher costs could be Qualifying deadline was 5 mission. The rationing is Regional and National in late evidentally they didn'tbecause shipping watermelons Irom
spread over a longer period. p.m. June 10 for three council accomplished by the curtailment October. they placed us in Brooker this week.
"Our money Is at the lowest seats to be determined in the of usage based on a Mike Gaskins winner of the In Next Few second place in our District,"
balance since I don't know municipal election found four certain number of days each State Poultry Demonstration, DaysFacts stated Hutchins.
when." Clerk Merrill Ed- candidates qualifying, threeof month during the year that received $100 also. "I was very proud of the
wards told the commissionersin whom are the incumbent natural gas will not be Tommy Miller and Debbie group I took, they were very Peas Beans
bringing them up to date on contenders seeking reelectionand available on interruptible Douglas won an all expense on the 1974-75 school Last year the county's local well mannered and very ,
the city's financial condition. one newcomer on the contracts. paid trip to the National FFA finance program should be required effort was approximately much involved[ with the
political scene. The city was advised at the Convention in Kansas City, revealed within the next few [ 329000. If convention," Hutchins added.
"You told me last month MayorcouncilwomanMargie beginning of 1974 by the FPC Missouri as winners of the days, is the indication from property values double the Expected At
that we have $110,000 in ac Cason seeking a third that natural gas would not be State Horticulture Demon Bradford education officials. [local required effort could
counts receivable. How are term on the council presentedher available for a total of 177 stration. approach $700,000, more than
qualifying papers and a days during the calendar yearon In addition to bringing home Supt. Jim Temple will double last year's required Reno Man Produce SalePeas

: : petition bearing the names of their interruptible con four state winners, the return Saturday with the facts effort.
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n.swr..c ; her tract. This to about brought home Gold from a State School Temple also told the school beans
27 persons endorsing averages chapter a and butter are
1L ll r iapmIIrierKK., ( candidacy. Mayor Cason has 15 days per month for the city. Medal in the BOAC (BuildingOur Superintendents Orlando where Conferencein board Friday that submissiondate Dies Sunday expected to be ready for this
.t '; served two years as the city American Community) State for the new budget has week's retail produce sale set
E:: .r mayor and is employed as a When the available[ supplyof demonstration. There are Department of Education been set back IS days from 4-7 p.m. today (Thursday,
-- _.._-"' natural gas has been used in three of medals the finance officers are explaning[ August 1 to August 15.
in the office of
=,: ..:;. W.ifa:1 deputy clerk types In ShootingJohn June 20)) and Irom 10 a.m. 4
;. Clerk of the generating the city's else gold silver and bronze and the effect of the 1974-75 school (See 2) the
:; Robert Driggers, Page p.m. Saturday June 22, at
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tricity, they then have to Bradford's FFA ranked the finance program on each
Circuit Court. Starke State Farmer's
!5 switch over to diesel fuel to in county. Cooper Norris, 47, a
Political[ newcomer JamesB. highest Agricultural Market.
1i:::.;:. t;:.:! operate the engines at the Demonstrations. The new state school AssessmentNoticesDue resident of the Reno section of
school
_* Galloway, a teacher Starke, was found dead at his Sweet corn continued to sell
qualified his entry with a power plant. Other winners are: Barry financing plan guaranteesevery good at last week's market
home team of
Sunday by a
,. q The cost differential between county at 10 percent
petition containing 25 names. and is expected to continue
Starke Police officers headedby
natural and diesel increase in funding last
over
Incumbent council memberT. gas Coin 1 Machines this week according to
Police Chief strong
Dance fuel and the days of usage for year Temple told the local Jimmy
S. Thomas, Jr., Union Market Manager Bob Allen.
each kind of fuel has a school board in a brief Bowen.
County surveyor, and son of put Early In JulyNew Charged with first degree Corn is selling for 60 to 75
Hit ThievesCoin
Friday Night terrific strain on the city'scurrent By discussion on finances inFriday's
June 2 former Superintendent of murder is the wife of the dead cents per dozen. What peas
budget.MayorCommissioner special
9 p.m Until.National Schools. Shep Thomas, now operating vending machines'were meeting. property value notices man, Lillie Hood Norris, 48, of have been available[ the past
Guard serving the un-expired term of the favorite target of County school are scheduledto will be mailed out early in 1410 Cooper Road, Starke. three weeks have sold for $6
Armory John Dekle, qualified for a Tucker said at Tuesday's thieves in three B and E's receive$289,500 new state July with most values doubledor per bushel.
tel m of his own with a petition meeting that the city expectedto reported during the past week monies under the funding more Tax Assessor Gene Norris died of wounds in "We're convinced now thereis
Music By bearing 27 names. absorb about $50,000 of the by the Starke Police Depart system, going into its second Long stated Wednesday flicted by a .22 caliber pistol a place for it." Allen says! of
fired at close The bullet
Brand XSponlored Union County School increased costs for fuel in this ment. year based on pupil morning.The range. the produce market about to
Business Manager William W. years budget most of which On Tuesday night, June 11, enrollment. notices are being entered the upper portion of enter its fourth week. While[
his [left chest and
By ((8111)) White, chairman of the was to come from an increasein an entry was made into the Unknown factor Is how prepared by computer now, presumably not spectacularly successful
Police Department council and vice-mayor, revenues anticipated to be Cadillac Uniform building on much the county will 1 have topay Long says. As soon as his struck an artery, resulting in the revival of vegetable[ sales
excessive loss of blood.
An
Auxiliary seeking a third term, received. East Brownlee Street by the state in [local funds to office receives the notices, an at the Slarke market on the
presented a petition signed by With fuel oil prices more prying open a door on the westside be allowed to participate in they will be mailed to the autopsy will be performed. small scale has demonsrated!

Tickets) 30 persons. than doubling over what was of the building causing the state school financing taxpayer. Police officers recoveredthe a steady demand 1'1'011'on
single After an examination of paid last year and anticipated $100 in damages to the door. program. Because the Assessments on the average .22 caliber pistol and a sumers and enough produce
$4 couple each of the candidates' revenues falling short of Inside the building three county's property evaluationsare home has doubled on the 1974 butcher knife at the couple's[ from small gruw crs.
Phone 1H-5400 qualifying papers and reading expectations has created a vending machines were expected to double the roll the assessor states. Some home. "We really can't nay it i is
aloud the names of each of the deficit requiring the sum of broken into causing damagesto county school system's shareof land is six. seven, or eight Pending a further Investigation growing a whole lot. but wo do
CourtayWUammunity: names on the four candidates $131,000 to break even by the the machines of about $150. required local effort may times the 1973 value. Vacant into the circumstances believe it is growing" nay's
petitions, the council end of the budget year on Sept. An undetermined amount of greatly increase. If the county land has gone up to $4,000 to surrounding the Allen "Wo do believe( it i Is now.
m hr ((! unanimously approved the 30, according to a report cash was removed from the school system is required to $5,000 per acre, he said. shooting Mrs. Norris is being reaching a few morn people.:
i&hltr 1hlnkA ballot for the June 25 election, prepared by City Auditor Ned machines.At pay the state more local "They're selling a half acre held in the Bradford County The variety of veuelahle* is
and authorized the immediate Scott. the Holiday Inn on North funds that may cancel out any for $3,000 now. That's what jail. holding up. Alien Ha>K. The
printing of the ballot to ac To make up the expected Temple[ Avenue a cookie "increase" in state funds we're up against," Long says. Glen Sapp. of the State sale [last Saturday morning
.......
T. $20,000 l1. M U. commodate the absentee deficit the commissioners vending machine door was coming to the county Supt. Under state law all propertynow Attorney's office asssisted MOW a I little[ increase in activity .
F...wJ D..J, inr..w c.... voters. have fnposed a 35 percent fuel pried open and the cash box Temple has explained must be assessed at full the Starke Police team in the over the previous: week.
(See Page 7) See Page 2> containing $10 was removed. repeatedly cash value. investigation. Allen xuid.
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TELEGRAPH June 2(1,1971 _.

Coeds I 'o VieFor
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Newland New
Randy PrincipalOf

I Melon Queen Title


Middle School In Lake ButlerLAKE .
Two local coeds Alice Contestant Alice Atwood, 17
Atwood and Latain Herres, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, :

BUTLER .- Randy principals if Newland was Gainesville high He was have entered their names as .
!Newland..: 29, assistant appointed highly recommended by contestants in the 1974' -A1
principal at Bradford High "You're correct It's still up Boyd. The school board voted Newberry Watermelon Queen
School for the past two years, in the air," Attorney Wayne unanimously to appoint him. Pageant to be held this
has been appointed principalof Carroll told Dukes "You're Mixon has completed all weekend in Newberry.
the Union County Middle absolutely right, Donald," course work for a doctorate in Newberry Watermelon 1
School Board replied Supt. Cason, pointingout administration but lacks his 11 y The Pageant will be
that if Clarke his case thesis, Cason said Queen
Approval of the appointments wins this year in conjunction _
of two new he can still be transferred to Board members asked if the celebrated with the 2'Jtn annual
an equal position.. two administrators would be a
principals was given Monday t Festival! Always
afternoon in a special Union "Will we have two principals required to live in Union Newberry of the 2.day even .
school board meeting. Juhan if we hire Newland" County. Cason said he had highlight pageant will
Member discussed that with both men, the beauty
Board Tommy
Mixon, 29, Gainesville, was the festival- Saturday
climax
asked. and has been assured they
Mobley
named principal of Lake when the new queen is
Butler Ele>-ntary School and "I can't conceive of the would move into the county crowned night at the conclusion of
Newland was named to direct court ruling you have to keep when they can find housing which begins at 7'30
the middle school on him (Clarke), especially in an available Board Member Kay judging at the Newberry
recommendation of Supt. administrative position," Powell, a Lake Butler real p.m. Legion grounds.
James Cason. The recom- Attorney Carroll stated A estate agent, termed the American-- K.iaT' fllBfl.flB LiSB
mendations were made by teacher might be different, Union housing" shortage
Cason from among 15 applications the attorney added. "critical. .
submitted for both "Do you have any idea how In the only other action
positions. long before the case will come Monday, Chairman Kay .\lil'p1 wood.
?" Dukes asked Carroll. Crawford pointed out that a
The board questioned Supt. up
Church of God who used 1Atwood of Starke is
There should be an answerto group
Cason about employing a
principal for the middle the restraining order within the High School gym recentlydid y L. sponsored by Cooper's Nursery -
two or three weeks, Carroll not clean up afterward. and Landscaping. Miss
school 1973 Middle School i : wM+ .al
Crawford asked that school Atwood will play the piano as
.
Principal Bruce Clarke, said when pressed to guess M '
whose dismissal has been about the court's action. The principals renew enforcementof Height of marijuana plants is demonstrated by Deputy Sheriff Glen Moore her talent
o Latam
school board that Contestant Herres
attorney pointed out policy
school board
voted by the on
the recommendation of Cason, however, that Judge Scott has requires clean ups in such Small Patch Destroyed d 17. daughter of Mr and Mrs
Marijuana Herb Herres of Starke,
is
is suing the school board to recently been ill and has indicated cases.AirConditio
sponsored by the Junior
retain his position. Clarke and he has much work
Richard Hue also dismissedby piled up. There is no way to M SAY G I \\l: A small "pot patch" or ot i Lincoln City (toad, just The patch was in a heavily ? Woman's Club of Starke. Miss
the board, have requesteda predict when the board will aPGa marijuana patch was wilds from SIMOO!; (the small wooded( area, surrounded by Herres will do a dame routineas
restraining order of Judge get an answer to the suit on destroyed last Wednesday j patch consisted of four rows, dense myrtle bushes but in a her talent. Miss Herres was
Charles Scott of the U. S. the merits of the case, Carroll I alteinoon. June 12, by four _>"> to 10: I eel t long The tall small clearing with several also selected as the l II!74
District Court of Appeals in said. J deputies from the Bradford marijuana stalks were up to faint paths leading from it. Strawberry Queen tor
Jacksonville to prevent their At that point the board voted Mii'iifl's Office. seven feet high and about Small containers of peat in Bradford County.
dismissal Both educatorsare unanimously, on Board Located just off the enst end ready to bloom. which the young plants came .l.at.iin lie'rres

on continuing contract Member Ray Powell's motion, were found nearby %,,##,.,,,." ,," '" ',.##'''##'#''''##''''''#'''''''
with the board. to employ Newland.
Pointing out the case is Mixon, 29, currently is ,ning Expert Gas. Under observance by the
undecided Board Member enrolled in graduate school at (From Page 1) Sheriffs Department for a The ChurchChoir
Donald Dukes wanted to knowif the University of Florida, was week previous to last Wed-
the county might end up named to his first prin- Arrives At fiddle[ School adjustment surcharge to be nesday, no one was at the
with two middle school cipalship. He replaces Mrs applied to electric consumer patch when the deputies
Joyce Riherd at the "The only man in the state arrived that he was in South billings for June, July, August an'ived. They quickly tore the
SchoolFilUIIlCillg.a. elementary school !Mrs who can fix the air con- America when the School and !September; marijuana plants from the
Kiherd has been promoted to ditioning system at the Board authorized the However, price advances of ground, taking time enough to
curriculum coordinator. Bradford Middle School" examination by the Trane 2 cents each per gallon on two tind even the smallest
Supt. Cason described the according to Architect( Don expert. occasions since the adoptionof "volunteer" plants The green Of The
two new principals as Morgan, finally arrived on the the 35 percent surchargehas pot is to be burned by the
(From Page) possessing all the educational scene Tuesday afternoon, the Seniors Depart increased the cost of fuel Sheriff's Office as soon as it
Local school officials are requirements but being shorton School Board office reported oil to 2() cents per gallon that drys out enough.
making tentative budget plans teaching experience. Early MondayFor the city must pay, putting Owner of the small pot
based on the $2ft'J.5(> in new Newland has five years But the Trane Co. heatingand more strain on the city's patch has not been deter-
state monies. Teachers are teaching experience, two in cooling equipment expert Bahamas heavily burdened finances. milled.REMNANT i
also working with the administration administration. He is workingon arrived too late for the School j
on a new salary a doctorate in curriculumand Board to get a report on the Di-paitureissetat5-30a.m. iw I I
schedule to be presented at instruction, lacking only bugs in the system at a special Monday June 24, for the 'okP.
the July school board his thesis. Newland was meeting last Friday af- Bradford High seniors goingon
meeting highly recommended to Union ternoon, the last time the the ('lass trip to the
Supt. Temple has told the County as an excellent administrative board had a chance to quiz Bahama Islands. SALE p,1 e"rU'1
teachers they can expect to prospect in a Architect Morgan about Seniors are asked to be at
receive at least 75 percent of letter to Cason from Bradford progress made on repairingthe the BIIS parking lot no later
new monies would go for a Deputy Supt W. L. Kilpatnck system which has over than 5:30: a.m. Monday according CQ pcQ
teacher apy raise. Non- instructional employees also teaching experience, all under students and teachers for the Jerry McGriff Forty-three
are expected to receive a pay Principal Dan Boyd at past four years. seniors and four chaperonesare ALL SIZES & COLORS Will Present A One Hour
increase averaging five Chiefland, Westwood Junior Morgan had to report making week-long tripto
percent. High in Gainesville, and at Friday that the expert had not Nassau and Freeport. FANTASTIC VALUES Musical Experience


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Reese Griffith ',

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Party Entertained Reese Griffith, son of 27e9jladye !
Miss Sandra Register and marked. tne seating.. Mr.and Mrs. David Griffith of { I-ffk I
fiance, Michael Bach, of arrangement. Champagne Newnan, Ga., celebrated his
first birthday Thursday afternoon -
toasts were given by the
Greenville N.C.
whose
marriage was an event of groom's father and guests June 6, when his Woofy y Jito,, 964- 7608
June 8, honored before dinner was served. grandmother, Mrs. R. W. --
were at a -- -- -- -
rehearsal dinner The honored couple Reese,gave a party for him at
night, June 7, at the Garden Friday presented gifts to all at- her The home Wooden on Highway Soldier 100.theme Harriet JohnsTo q Jaycee Wives Miss Crutchfield To Wed
Restaurant given by Mr. and tendants, and also to those I
Mrs Michael Bach.Approximately forty. friends assisting Out-of-town with guests the were wedding.Mr. was decorations.carried out in The the party 15 Wed Mr. Bryan Install OfficersAt Mr. Mullins On August 31 :

and Mrs. Gary Bach and youngsters were given favorsof Miss Crutchfield is a
and relatives enjoyed the Harriet Johns Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Crut-
Susan Bach of Greenville, caps and horns. During the Mrs. Dinner PartyThe graduate of Terry Parker
occasion with the honored of Mrs. Mary B. chfield of Jacksonville an-
couple. N.C., Mr. and Mrs John party hours the children daughter nounce the engagement and High School and is attending
and
Calhoan of Owensboro, Ky., enjoyed swimming in the pool, Porch of Jacksonville Starke Jaycee Wives Jacksonville University,
of their
The U-shaped tables approaching
of marriage
were Powell Jr.
William C. ,
and refreshments.Mrs.
Mr.and Mrs.Buddy Million of games Auxiliary and their husbandsmet majoring in music.
decorated with daughter, Melinda, to RobertS.
pastel colored arrangementsof spring Raleigh, N. C,, and Mr. and Reese was assisted by Starke of Mr., and and Ralph Mrs.Bryan Palmer, son at the home of Mr. and Mullins, Jr., son of Dr. and Mr. Mullins is a graduate of
Mrs Tommy Kessler of her daughter Mrs. Steve Mrs James Minesinger, Bradford High School and is in
flowers and place cards Williams of Starke, will be Mrs. Robert S. Mullins of
Orlando. Simmons. i Saturday night, June 15.
i Starke. his! senior year in the School of
united in marriage Friday,
I I I n The women held a brief The wedding will take place Architecture at the Universityof
at the
June 21,at 7 Bryan
p.m. business meeting, followed by
Florida. Both to attend
Aug. 31 at 6 in the plan
home in the of the p.m.
presence hour and
cocktail a lasagne Southside United Methodist the University of Florida next
immediate families. Judge
dinner.
Elzie Sanders will perform the Church in Jacksonville with a fall.All
Among those attendingwere reception following; in the friends and relatives are
BettJJ nuptials. the newly installed officers I church Fellowship Hall. invited to attend the weddingand
for 1974.75: Liza reception.
Farewell Party _Minesinger, president; Alice JonesBossardDate
Harris vice-president;
For Boyce SistersJanet Wanda Smith, secretary; Set June 29
Barbara Brown, State
and Teresa Boyce Director. Nancy Bradley the Mr. and Mrs. David Jones,
were treated to a going-away new treasurer, was unable! to Sr of Starke announce the
family centerU.S. party last Wednesday evening FillyawCrawford attend. engagement and approaching
by members of the The dinner was the first of marriage of their daughter, r I Itilt.
given
seventh and eighth grade several summer activities Yvonne Tyson, to Anthony .
To Wed June 29
Sunday school class of the planned by the Auxiliary. Bossard, son of Mr. and Mrs.
First United Methodist Peggy Ann Bossard of Jacksonville.The .

oaoQE] ] EUaEa(! $ Church.The and hamburgerfry Lee daughter of of Mr. and Mrs Fillyaw E. Z., Mrs. Howard Meyer spent pvent of wedding June 29 at will 7 p be.m.an in r1t." earU'.
party Starke,will be united in
of last week in Tifton, Ga. with Ebenezer Baptist Church witha
was held at the home marriage on June 29 at 7 p.m. her son and daughter-in-law, at the CQ .eQ
their teacher, Mrs. Randy to Darold Crawford, son of reception following
301 and Mrs. Walker .
South Mr.
Starke Fla. Randy home of the bride's parents.All
Bessent Road. An
C NT RSHOPPING Johns on Mrs. Lettye Crawford and the while Mr. Walker underwent
orange and yellow color late Jack Crawford of Lawtey.The friends and relatives are We invite you to be involved

OPEN 9 TO 9 MON TO SAT. 12 TO 7 SUNDAY table theme decorations.was carried out in the wedding will take place surgery. invited to attend. tt things planned in all of at the the great First

at the bride's home Griffis
Cornwall:::::: The class presented each of Loop.All friends and on relativesare Summer.Baptist Church this

.;-:- z4'" ', ,.. ELECTRIC the girls with a charm invited to attend. A Very Special Gift
memento of the
bracelet as a
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1'4,; ;W? will find joy and inspiration
ICE CREAM their family.
'' Elise Johns assisted in Starke Chapter 224, Order of as you worship
I, Miss the Eastern Star, will have a with the friendly people of
the 15 attending.
!f serving covered dish supper Saturday, first Baptist Church.
June 22, at 7 p.m. at the I Patchwork Quilts
FREEZER Piano Pupils Masonic Hall. All Masons and "Warm Singing
ItJl their families are invited to I Seat Liners From the Heart"
Heard In RecitalThe attend
NF.sh's; ; t Durable polyethylene tub in Heart Pillows "Fervent Preachingfrom

'' bright, party color. 4 Quart piano pupils of Louise Elkettes Install God's Word"

..Vi capacity Rugged motor. Buy ivl. Stern were presented in Sunday School
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recital on Tuesday, June 11, at New Officers
;Vf now and savel.iffl the First Baptist Church. 9:45: a.m.
Appearing on the programwere Classes for every memberof
: Kevin Johns, Lisa Mrs. William J. Wells, the family.
Alvarez Gerri Boyce, Chris President of the GainesvilleElk Enjoy studying God's word
Stroud, Stacey Denmark, wives Club, installed the with a dedicated Bible
Joyce Wainwright, Cindy following officers on June 3, Teacher.
4,4':; 99 Odom, Martin Hersey, Cindy for the Elkettes BPOE 1802 for Inspiring
/ : $ Norman, Carlos Hernandez, the 1974-75 term: Mrs. Eddie Worship Service
: Yolanda Hernandez, Teresa Starling, president; Mrs. 11:00a.m.
".,..'.,..'.( ..,r,1'I'" 7i.. Boyce, Irene Wainwright, Clyde Ashton, Vice president;
.\1: ; / <.,..;:<.,;"\li': : : Janet Boyce, Terri Smith and Mrs.\ George Brown, "The Church with a Heai I,
,1.,1", .'t{:'!' "I"''' i'1! 6 "',:if/:; Mrs. Robert Ward, In the Heart of Starke"
Paula Dee Carter. treasurer
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I Mrs. Register, Sr. Gives Methodist Groups Mr. and Mrs. Robert L.
Mr and Mrs. Glen E. Sappof
of Starke I
,
Luncheon For Bridesmaids Hold Parties For Starke announce the birthof Sapp birth of a son, Robert announce Vernon the, .'
a son,Brandon Christopher, on June 3 in the Alachua
Mrs Freeman Register, Sr. Carolyn Bach, Miss Martha Summer RecessThree on May 18 in Alachua General General Hospital. Grandparents
entertained at a bridesmaid Dennis, Mrs. Karen Kesler Hospital. Grandparents are are Lewis Crews of
luncheon at the Garden Mrs. Carol Brooks, Mrs of the First United Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Sapp of Starke( and Mr. and Mrs.
Restaurant on June 8 honoring Nancy Calhoan, and Mrs. Methodist Groups held parties Starke and Mrs. Norma Vernon Crosby of Waverly.
JlrMichael: Bach, the former Carolyn Million. last week for their last Durden of Lake City. Ga.COMMENCEMENT.
Sandra Register.The 4 meeting before fall.
dining tables were f Group One held a covered
Mr. and Mrs. John
accented with arrangements Torode. t qI dish luncheon at the Kingsley
4
of spring flowers. Mr. and Mrs. S.G. Denmark, Lake home of Mrs. C. H. I
Guests included the bride's and Mr. and Mrs. E.L. Mat Nasworthy. Following lun- TIME
mother Mrs. Betty W. thews attended the 50th
cheon Mrs. Nasworthy
Register Mrs. Michael Bach, wedding anniversary showed colored slides of the AN END AND A BEGINNING -
and the bride's grandmother celebration of Mr. and Mrs. I: Holy Land.
Mrs C T. Wade.ouiottown M.1. Rudderman at the The Blanche Williams |wr guests were Gainesville Country Club last Fi Group Five had a dinner partyon Rim I, i the end of the regular school year It is also
!Miss Susan Bach Mrs. Saturday night. June 11 at the Garden the beginning of a whole new life for the many
-- - - ---- ---_. Restaurant with 15 members young people who will be graduating. We
i attending. (>/ can't help but think of all the new pharmacists P
just finishing their formal education and
REVIVALBeginning Group Six held a meeting at HenryCarterDate starting their careers In earnest. It brings back
the church on Tuesday thoughts of our own graduation and the times
followed by a picnic lunch at Set June 29 | || that has lapsed since. r
Dottie Kelley To Wed Mr. CranfordOn the Crystal Lake home of Mrs.C. .
H. Hall. The members and Many changes and new discoveries are
July 27 In Brooker Baptist Church their children enjoyed Mr. and Mrs. Thurston constantly occurlng in the field of medicine
swimming in the afternoon. Henry of Brooker announce but one thing remains the same, our appreciation 11
Mr Cranford is the engagement and approaching of the chance to serve you. We regard It
June 20 Mrs. Doris Kelley and O. C a graduate
Thursday Kelley of Brooker announce of North Florida Junior Cathy Steele marriage of their as a privilege that you have entrusted your
daughter, Vicky to Tommy health care to us. We hope to serve you for
A member of the
the engagement and ap- College. Dance Recital Carter, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. I many years to come.
proaching marriage of their Beiltord Gospel team, and is
With
T. Carter of
Wausaw, Fla.
daughter, Doris Sue (Dottie), employed with Suwannee Saturday evening, June 8, The wedding will take YOU OR YOUR DOCTOR CAN PHONE US
Evangelist to Robert Terry Cranf ord, son County the Cathy Steele School of placeon when you need a delivery. We will deliver
June 29 at 8 at the New
p.m. promptly without extra charge A
of Mr. and Mrs. William Dance presented its spring great many
River Baptist Church in people rely on us for their health needs. We
Cranford of Branford.The the BHS auditorium.
I recital at
Sis. Dorothy ChurchOf wedding will take placeon 'TIS Performing with the Brooker.Miss Henry was a 1972 welcome.requests for delivery service and chargeaccounts.

July 27 in the Brooker students were the instructor'stwo graduate of Bradford High y
Jacksonville Baptist Church. sisters, Debbie and Carol School. Being an honor .
Miss Kelley is a graduate of Keith,and brother,Ronnie,all student, she went to Gulf Phone 964-6757 For Dependable DeliveriesKOCH'S
Bradford High School and I of Mississippi.
Special Singing Coast Junior College in
Florida State University. Sheis Students participating in the Panama City, graduating on DRUGSPRESCRIPTION
now teaching at Bradford recital were: Lori Ann Flynn,
Prayer For Sick At May 3, 1974 with her BSA
Middle School. LeAnn Flynn, Lori degree. She is presently CHEMISTS
McKinney, Cindy Blanchette, working as a nurse at Chipley e
166 W. Call St. s-a-Te
At June JarvisTo Monique Blanchette, Tonda Hospital.Mr. starke, Fla
,7 Moore, Wendy Hall, Shilynn Carter is a 1968
Wed Mr. Lee Chaff, Allison Denmark, graduate of Chipley High I

Pine Valley C.H. Church Michelle Kammy Sexton Sundusandee, Amy Jo, School.. .... .... ..........}-f>
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Miss June Jarvis and Ricky Carter, Stacy Reddish, Marla
Lee will be united in Reddish, Kathy Raggan, Httenlion
3 Miles N. Of Starke Down Dirt
June 22,
marriage Saturday, Dianne Bizer, Deborah Johns,
Road By Bradford Furniture Factory at 8 p.m. in Bethel Baptist ;v, .. Karen Chitty, Stacy Den- Summer Schedule
Church with a reception mark, Georgia Raggan,
Everyone InvitedW. following in the church Michelle Smith, Teresa Bradford Union Area Vo Technical Center
recreation hall. Knepper, Patty Mullins,
J. Thornton Pastor All friends and relatives are Andrea Eaves, Becky Brown Call 964-6150
invited to attend. and Addie Hammon.

Donna Faxon beautiful After intermission ballet was performed a Day F' Flight: Day Only Night: Only

Elected Head Of by Miss Steele and the
Classes
Keiths to "On The Beautiful
Last chance to gettodays Alachua Teachers Blue Danube".
A vs C Carpentry Bunka Embroidery

Miss Donna Faxon, a first Adult Basic Radio & TV Kung FU (Reg. Made
grade teacher at Idylwild BRADFORD
American History
Beautyrest Elementary School COUNTY TELEGRAPH Cosmetology In Advance) ,
Gainesville, is the new Published every Thursdayat English
138\V. Call Street (July 15)) Sewing
president of Alachua County High School Review
before tomorrow'sprices Education Association.Miss Starke,Florida 32091 Math
Faxon will be
s: remembered as the daughterof Second Class postage paid Diesel Mechanics
Mrs. Bessie Faxon, former at Starke FloridaSubscription Heavy Equipment Oper
Starke resident. She attended &
Typing Shorthand
Starke Elementary School Rates:
i and Bradford High School In trade area: $6.00 per
before moving to Gainesville.She year; $3.50 six months Classes offered will depend upon enrollment. Please register in
c'J is also the niece of Mrs.
Vergie Flynn of Starke. Outside trade area: 17.00 advance to be sure your class will be offered. Call: 964.6150e
Miss Faxon succeeded per year: $4.00 six months
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} on't Get Caught Napping... Stanley Lucas in an installation ':

r e Rn a Get A Beautyrest Today! ACEA at Gainesville meeting of High the.

School on Wednesday evening '
e of last week. She had servedas ,
LIMITED TIME OFFER! president-elect for one STOCK REDUCTION

Il ONCE OUR STOCK IS GONE, year.Other incoming officers (' ()t\ -J>-'

installed were Darnell Rhea, U ,
o ITS GONE FOREVER.This vice-president; Helen Wester,
secretary; and Carol Stanley, c}
is your last chance to own a Beautyrest, the best mattress treasurer.The )""' c}.

there is, before the prices go up. So hurry-and beat the 1,100 teahcers ACEA represents and staff some ad- j

sleep inflation? ministerators in the school

Early birds will get the luxury of sleep that's like an overnight system.

vacation. Sleep that only Beautyrest can give you. Shower Given ;

Because Beautyrest is made with individually pocketed coils ForJuneJarvis, Ne

that the need when and where need
give you support you you
.... it. Special cushioning molds itself to the natural contours of BrideElectMiss FAMOUS NAME BRANDS

: your body.The beautiful floral cover is Sani-Seala> protected
".. June Jarvis, bride-
; .... :', to guard against bacteria,mildew and odor.: elect of Ricky Lee, whose SWIMWEAR BUY ONE PAIR--
')... wedding will take place June y3 ALL JR. a MISSES
b OF PATRICIA ,
"", 22, was honored at a s BIKINI a ONE PIECE ,,,
'to!:" "''Io- miscellaneous shower on June : SIZES 3-15& 10-20 PANTY HOSE
15 in the recreation room of f X FAMOUS BRANDSMARKED

Get your Beautyrest today... Bethel Baptist Church. The -1 DOWN FOR AND GET
hostesses were Mrs. R. V. i
before tomorrow's prices! Durrance, Mrs. Floyd FAST SALE ONE PAIR
Stewart, and Mrs. Claude
Morgan. JK\) ONE RACK
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Size Mattressor evening. A special guest was SUMMER CLEARANCE
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the prospective groom. NATIONALLY KNOWN BRANDS
$119.95 The hostesses presentedMiss BABYSKIN
4 '"" Jarvis with the platter to 8 HALTERS TOPS
Ka rs "'", Double Size Mattress PANTYHOSE
_ri71\ or Foundation her chosen china pattern as a BLOUSES.JACKETSPANTS
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I Birthday Party For Lisa MoodyLittle JYoJ now Mr. and Mrs. Hodges To Be P--- prdonMld pvrdoaafd t.


celebrated her Lisa'' Moody which centered the refresh- Mrs. Billie Hall of Orlandois Honored On 50th Anniversary Mr.,and Mrs. James Barron Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hyman Miss Rebecca McMillan .
fifth ment table. The
birthday youngsters visited Mr. and Mrs. Palo and sons of Lantana were in Birmingham, Ala. '
Saturday afternoon, June 8, played games in the yard visiting her brotherinlawand The children of Evan and They have five children: Lucayoand Mr.a nd Mrs. Mac recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. was Wednesday to Saturday of last
sister, Mr. and
Mrs.
when her mother, Mrs. Mark during the party hours. J. H. will be hosts at Doris Snyder of Jacksonville
DuPre, this Ruby Hodges, ; Barron in Tallahassee from W. F. Atwood and all attended week where she was maidof
week.
Moody, gave a party for her Mrs. Moody was assisted in a reception in honor of their E.W. Hodges, Jr., Hampton Thursday to Monday.Mr. the Rivers' reunion at the honor in the Hezlen.Cisney
and 151 friends at their home on serving by her sister, Mrs. parents' 50th wedding an- Lake; LaVerne Edwards and home of Mr. and Mrs. Miss McMillan will
Highway 100, west.A Wilbur Waters. wards Mr. and of Mrs. Jerome Wed-Ed- niversary on Sunday, June 23, Veleita Lovelace of Brooker; and Mrs. M. J. San Rivers in Graham. George. wedding.be in Columbus, Ohio Thursday -
Winnie-The-Pooh ---- ------- Naples spent
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and
themewas from 2 to 5 o'clock\ at the LaVonia (Bobbie) Gnannof derson have moved to Fort to Tuesday to attend the
carried out in the party Mrs. Blair Phares of Winter nesday parents,to Mr Saturday and Mrs.with Merrill his home of their parents in Middleburg. They have ten Pierce from Tallahassee Mrs. Lex Green, Mr. and Kappa Kappa Gamma 50th
Park last week with her
decorations and the cake spent Edwards.Be Brooker.Mr. grandchildren and two great- where Mr. Sanderson will be Mrs. Curtis Sanders, and Mr. National convention.
mother. Mrs. Henry O'llara. and Mrs. Hodges are grandchildren.No employed] with the. Health and Mrs. W. H. Green joinedMr.
I lifelong residents of Brooker, invitations are being Department. and-Mrs. R. A. Green, Jr. Yoeman-2 Aldrey Murray
and are both retired from sent out, but all friends and and daughters of Gainesvilleat McRae left on June 14 for six
I employment with the State. relatives of the couple are Mr.and Mrs. Henry Godwin the Seafood Restaurant in months tour of duty in the
invited to attend. and daughter, Barbara, and Gainesville Saturday night on Mediterrean.Mr. .
John Godwin spent last R. A. Green's birthday.
Monday to Friday with their and Mrs. David Griffith
I hiJ 1joJnow brother-in-law and sister Tammy and Amy and son, Reese have returnedto
--- Ga.
-- in Newnan.
their home
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Register, Christophers of Waycross, Ga. after two weeks visit with
in Orlando. spent last Sunday to Thursdaywith
Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Casey Mr. and Mrs. Mac McLainof their Mrs. R. W. Reese. They were
grandparents, Mr.
:,j' and family and Johnny Hobbs Athens, Ga., Miss MarthaJo Mrs. John Miller visited her and Mrs. C. L. Dinkins.Dr. accompanied home by
attended the 25th wedding Deas of the University of brother-in-law and sister, Stephanie Green for a month'svisit.

family'9 anniversary of Mr. Casey's Georgia, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Meng in Glen McClane of .
brother-in law and sister, Hayes of El Paso Texas, Mr. St. Petersburg last Tuesday to Tallahassee, and Mr. and
fl ff Mr.and Mrs. R. M. Godber at and Mrs. John Deas of Lake Friday. Mrs. Meng returned Mrs. Bill McClane of Kathy and Keith Gillinghamof
7> the Contemporary Hotel at City and Mr. and Mrs. Jack with Mrs. Miller for a visit Jacksonville Beach spent the Tampa are spendinga
4 Disney World last Saturday.The Seiple and Mr. and Mrs. Jim with her parents Mr. and weekend with their parents, month with their grand-
Caseys also toured Disney Seiple of Jacksonville spent Mrs. E. L. Matthews. Mr. and Mrs. Huston Mc- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy
mm J01lmmm World on Sunday.Mr. the weekend with Mr. and Clane. Sale.
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Mrs. E. W. Hayes at Kingsley Kevin Crawford of Ocala is
and Mrs. Guy Haddockand Lake celebrating Father's visiting his grandmother Stockton and Ian Reeves of Mr. and Mrs. James
children of Green Cove Day and E. W. Hayes' 90th Mrs. W. H. Hart, for two Winter Park are visiting their McLendon and Children of
U. S. 301 South CENTERG Starke Fla. Springs spent the weekend birthday. weeks. His mother, Mrs. Kay grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.N. Blowing Rock, N.C. are
with her grandmother, Mrs.E. of Fort Crawford joined the familyon L. Woodburn, for a week. spending several weeks with
M. Davis. Richard Harrison Sunday.Mr. Mr.and Mrs. R.P. McLendon.
OPEN 9 TO 9 MON. TO SAT. 12 TO 7 SUNDAY Lauderdale is spending Randall W. Davis, son of
several weeks with his and Mrs. Herbert
John David of Harry K. Davis and the late
.. ..-- Golden!" Jacksonville visited Hartley his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas spent Thursday to Myrtle B. Davis, graduatedfrom Besjon Alivandi of Tampa
Harrison. Saturday at Flagler Beach. last week with his
A. S. the University of Floridaon spent
'' Mrs.
Charcoal grandmother Margie
'''''' Dowling, last week. On Sunday they were joined at June 10 with a B. S. degreein grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Kay Turner graduated their camp in the Scrub by Recreation. He is employedas M. M. McRae, and attendedthe
BRIQUETS from North Florida Junior their son-in-law and daughter, recreation supervisor with Morgan Road Baptist
Mrs. E. C. Dukes and Mr.
-rb College and is Mr.and Mrs. James McNeelyand Church Vacation Bible School.Sawyer9 .
__ ) and Mrs. J, W. Dukes visited on Sunday the City of Starke and will
Bag home for the summer. daughter of Lakeland. resume his position here.
10 Lb. Bag-Limit 2 relatives in Jacksonville and
te"e Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Edwardsin --_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_----.-__.. ..-------___._..__-___ .. _-___ ... .6. _
1 Lake City on Sunday.Mrs. .
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H. M. Richarde spent Slade
N .< i 88 Friday to Monday with Mr.
a ., ;%'>! CHESTLimit and Mrs. Lyle Buck and
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I } family in Palatka.
Ea.
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2Only. Mrs. Pat Farnsworth en-
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Foam America's No. 1 Air Conditioner
Miss Marbara Sherrill of

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/rvi and Mrs. Joe W. Sherrill of Maker
i ELY Starke graduated on June 7

-- Limit 2 Save! with an associate of science
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White PaperPLATES 1 Teaching Hospital in

Gainesville in obstetrics and

..I 1 I ll 57 Pkgfa gynecology.Mr. I -

and Mrs. Herbert Green o oI ..
Limit 2 Only. and son, Herbert Jr., and I r
daughter, Anita, attended the
North-South All Star baseball
t : 51 Ct83/40z.
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Gt trJ night.

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Mrs. R. P. McLendon is
visiting her cousin, Mrs.

Our Low Price. Pkg. Pauline Ingle at Sevierville,
Tenn. and will attend the Gas Furnace & Air Conditioning $13 90
y't't wedding of her niece, LeAnne.
( 100 Count 7 Oz. June 23.
a Ingle, on Also Electric & Oil Furnaces Available
Cold DrinkNUUw.r
Mr. and Mrs. Olin white and PLUS NECESSARY WIRING

67 son, Larry, were Sunday
9 CUPS evening supper guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Robert White in Centrally Located

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Misses Nancy Elkins, Mary 7 Outlets
BTU
= Q eBgroCUpg : Golden "T" White Frances Whittington and BTU Cooling
/ ,. 160 Ct Naina Harper of Martinsburg,
-- \ PaperNAPKINS J 1 Return Gas Furnace
W. Va. are visiting Rev. and
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28 Mrs. George Harper this

'1i week.

Limit 4 0 n I y. Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Mrs. Or The
Guy Sale, and Kathy and Matchmaker
Keith Gillingham visited Miss 3 TON
PRICES GOOD THRU SUN. JUNE 23RD. Jean Mundy in Tallahassee

Tuesday to Thursday. America's Number 1 Air Conditioning Maker!

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mailing date. McMrnl rEe a7 7v L2$ ego
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COMFORT DAY AFTER DAY WITH
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ECONOMY AND A LONG UNIT LIFEI
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Number of kilowatt hour used Customer's Amount due
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There's a new item called"FUEL ADJ"on your And because the fuel adjustment is based on an
electric bills. It stands for fuel adjustment,and has average fuel cost which includes part of our oil inven-
been a part of the rate structure since 1925.We started tory purchased at lower prices, and our less costly SindeGa5GAirCondiboning
itemizing it on your bills last December to help you nuclear and gas generation, the increase on your bill -
better understand your monthly charges. is not nearly as severe as the increase in our oil prices.
It represents the changes in cost and quantities We've seen the per barrel cost of residual fuel oil
of fuel necessary to meet the demand for power. leap by 64% during January 1974, alone.The rise is
It also reflects the higher cost of burning lower polluting nearly 200% over January 1973.That a lump from :
fuels. It gives us a chance to make appropriate $3.84 per barrel to more than $11.50 per barrel. :
increases or decreases in your electric bill without And that's why you're seeing the fuel adjustment
through costly rate case proceedings. increase in your electric bill.
having Yes to,go decreases. But there is something you can do. Look under 332 Madison Starke

From 1964 through the summer of 1971, FPl's that column on your bill that says"Kilowatt Hours
residential customers enjoyed reductions in billings Used: That tells how much electricity you use.
totalling over 25500000. (Customers in previous Its your control over how high or low your bill is. 'w. All Makes Of Air Conditioning
experienced increases or decreases depending on Compare it from month to month.Try to observe the
years
prevailing conditions and the formula being applied Watt Watcher rules. Ivrvice Room Unites To CentralCall
And you'll find that electricity isn't the only
at the time.) .
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adjustment reflects an increase.But not a rate increase. .
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3 Vehicles Collide Tuesday Front Of Shopping CenterAn New Ford Truck PerJona1. ::1

Stolen Off LotA .u.
accident involving one Geoffry Robert Blake, 24, of Trooper K. G. Etheridge, of The report of the accident G A. Tomasovitch.On Mrs. L. J. Green, Mrs. C. L. Heights; Mrs. Kcna ft Siren
car and two and) Mrs. Rita Rogers, Liikc
trailers! trucks and Gainesville, on June 14, was theFHP, who investigated the filed by Patrolman G. A. Saturday, June 15, Mose new 1974 Ford truck Dinkins and P. M. Barefoot Butler Carl Dortch. WtilcJo
estimated resulted in damages traveling north on US 301. 4 accident, charged Guillard Tomasovitch indicated that Covington, 44, of Starke, had valued at $4,727 was removed were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. ;Peggy ,' 'lIes.Iirl:
at '
Patrolman Robert$25,000 by miles north of Lawtey, in the with improper change of lane. the 64 Plymouth failed to stop slowed his 72 Chevrolet to from the parking area of Miss Sara Barefoot in dleburg Rex Crist. Herman,
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E. Lee of right hand lane with the make left sometime Jacksonville.
of the high- after making contact a turn into a private Terwillegar Motors
the Starke Nettles Vincent Yil"uk.11"11:
Police Depart- Blake's In Starke, on Wednesday off of US about of Sunday,
ment. way. Opposite Oldsmobile.A driveway 301, during the night Local admittances to Marlene Kite, \Mrs. F'ranecsliirt
vehicle, driving a 72 June 5, James Lavon Andrews 74 Plymouth, driven by 50 feet south of Edwards June 16.Upon Bradford County Hospital this Cecil Messer. Mrs Lucy
Shortly, June before 1 p.m. Chevrolet, James Elige 48, of Starke, was Oscar E.Crosby,70, of Starke, Road when it was struck in the discovery Monday week include Mrs. Sharon Stephens Clarence (Cooper
Tuesday 18, Debbie Guillard\ 67, of Apopka was attempting to make a left turn on June 14, traveling north on the rear by the 64 Chevrolet morning that the truck was Wilson Hampton; Fred Ellis, Calvin Harris /(
Lynn Thomas Roy Reynolds
19, of Starke in the direc- off US 301, in a 74 Oldsmobileinto struckin driven Edward stolen
traveling Street reported
was same Thompson was by Irving missing it was Mrs. Dorothy Kerrigan( and and William F. Glenn; Sr
in traveling north on US-301 tion when he made a sudden the parking lot of the the side by a 72 Chevrolet Manning 66, of Waldo, to the Starke Police Depart- Mrs Marilyn Mack, Keystone Slarke.
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a ( Chevrolet, in the turn to the right in front of the Garden Restaurant, when his station wagon, driven by causing $75 damage to ment soon after. I
outer right lane of the highway other vehicle in order to reacha vehicle was hit from behind bya Marian D. Long, 52, of Starke. Covington's auto and$15 to his
.
Pulling over into the left service station. The collision 64 Plymouth driven byJames'Arnold as she was backing out of a BIblw Flnsw.r.'
lane of BIC PENS. The Office Shop. :
301 prior to making a caused damages of $600 to the Garvin, 50, of parking space The collision own.A slick road surface at the
left 19 cents and 25 cents
turn
into the Bradford Chevrolet with no indicated Lake Geneva, causing caused damages of $250 to the time of the accident was a HOW TO TELL WHEN YOU ARE GETTING WEAK.
Square Thomas vehicle parking lot, the damages to the 65 Ford van damages estimated at $180 to Plymouth and $100 to the contributing factor accordingto FOR SALE: All sizes of 1. When you had rather stay at home than assemble with
the southbound stopped for operated by Blake. the Andrews vehicle Chevrolet according to the )Patrolman G. A. masking tape. The Office the saints.
Kenworth truck traffic.and trailer A 1972 accident report of Patrolman Tomasovitch's report. Shop. 2. When you had rather watch T.V. than visit the sick and

driven by Jonathan Thomas Ballot ----------------------- teach the lost.
Kiger 35, of Tampa, had 3. When you had rather read a magazine or the daily paper
almost come to a stop behind (From Page 1) than the Bible or other religious matarials.
Miss Thomas when Control District in order to 4. When you find a political speech inspiring but a gospel
another
truck a 1971 Kenworlh truck In other business matters at qualify for the receipt of WELLS ELECTRIC sermon boring.
and trailer driven by Clyde Wednesday's meeting, the matching funds from the 5. When you pray for the preacher but sleep through his
council The transfer of the sum
state.
Leon < : sermons.
Burger 4I!l, of Kossville
(!ia.. crashed into the rear of Re-affirmed a previously of $4,000 to the county was 6. When you thank God for church leaders but refuse to
the first truck, which in approved decision to allocate authorized to set up the cooperate with them.
crashed into the Thomas turn space at the rear of the city mosquito control district. The SERVICE 7. When you sing with your lips what you don't truly mean
vehicle hall for parking space and state will provide an equal in your heart.
Impact of the collision broke storage use by the Union amount to supplement the 8. When you talk long and loud about what the church
the frame in two back Ambulance Service. Richard fund. Electrical Contractors should do, but never do your part in what it is doing.
just of
the truck cab and ruptured Hue and Jerry Wilson, Following that action the 9. When you look upon spiritual work as a chore rather than
one of the fuel tanks representing the ambulance council authorized the as a privilege.
the fuel all over the spewing service, requested the placement of a purchase order tee
No highway. council's permission to pour a for a new type "invisible 10. When you spend more of your money on personal
injuries were
the accident reported in concrete slab on the premisesto fogging" machine at an pleasure than you give to the lord.
slight burn to other one than of the a be used for parking pur estimated cost of $2,500 with "\\o \matesSe 11. When you arrive late at the assemblies and complain that
poses. the stipulation that payment they are too long.
drivers .Ce
when his arm came in The council in granting its would be made on or alter 12. When you criticize those who do their best, but refuse to
contact with the exhaust
when he shut pipe approval reserved a period of October 1, in the next budget A do yours.
off the fuel When make rules for others refuse to keep.
valve. 30 days to move out some of year. 13. you you
Miss Thomas the city's equipment stored Authorized the em- RESIDENTIAlCOMMERCIAlINDUSTRIAlDIAL 14. when you are offended by an article like this.

improper change was chargedwith of laneor there. ployment of a cemetery Southmido;; Church of Christ:
Adopted a resolution worker at a salary of $140 per 9646061SERVING
course. setting forth the terms of a month, with the provision that 3 MILES SOUTH OF STARKE ON U.S 301
purchase agreement betweenthe the salary would not be paid STARKE AND SURROUNDING AREAS SINCE 1949 Sum questions to: Schedule of Services
Five other accidents were city and American Legion until a visual inspection of the Casey A, Carlisle Sunday
reported during the past two Post No. 153 for two parcels of work performed had been 744 N. THOMPSON ST. STARK 32091 Minister 10 a m Bible Study
weeks by the Starke Police property on which the tennis made and approved each P.O. BOX 607 Rt 3, Box 58 I Ham I Worshin
Department and the Florida court and skating rink are month. Starke, Fla Bd'iuni' WmshipIf I
Highway Patrol.On located.
The property has ----- -
Monday June 3, James been utilized by the city
Christopher Rising, 21, of through a 10-year lease
Melrose driving a 67 arrangement with the
Volkswagen on SR-21, 4 miles Legionnaires since 1958, and ./ .
south of Keystone Heights, renewed in 1908. One parcel of
had slowed his vehicle to the property had been optioned -
make a left turn into a private to Union County Sheriff
driveway, when Raymond John Whitehead four years be news
I Darold Simmons 30, of ago at a price of $3,000 and may
Starke driving a 74 Dodge interest at six percent. The
pulled out to pass the other resolution authorized the sale
vehicle. Simmons' vehicle of the other parcel for a
went mtoa skid and struck the similar amount to the city. to but.
other vehicle in the rear, Council member John Shaw, you, .
causing $::100! damages to the the newly elected commanderof
Volkswagen and $150 to the the Legion Post, moved for eAM
I Dodge. the adoption of the resolution '
Trooper \V M Abrams' which was unanimously ap- I
report of the accident indicated proved.
that an outside On the recommendation of
security light located south of Councilman John Shaw, *
the accident scene had obscured agreed to join with the Union
the vision of both County Board of County tii t', I
drivers, and contributed to the Commissioners in setting up r ,
accident the Union County Mosquito 'i I ,

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we getting too involved IJSII
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This question was asked at I
the June 3 meeting of the
North Central Florida Councilof
Senior Citizens at which 25 I
delegates were present.In I
these days of constant
increases in the cost of food,
clothing and shelter, we must
develop more political clout in
order to protect ourselves.At .
the close of the White
House Conference on Aging,
Dec. 2, 1971, the slogan was:
"Go home and organize Senior
Citizens in every state, city,
town and hamlet in the i4Mk
nation." Three years later,
although many recom
mendations were made,
printed delegates in book form all over,and sentto the ,,. ray T eEEF PEO?"

United States and possessions,
very little has been ac
complished. PRICES GOOD THURS. JUNE 20 Quantity Reserved Rights
Senior Citizens have
received a few raises in Social ___ THRU WED. JUNE; 26 WINN-DIXIE COPYRIGHT STORES.1974 INC.
checks, but
Security even so,
we are further behind in USDA INSP.
purchasing power. The goal in W-D BRAND
income of $4,500 W-D BRANDo'kiii.
per year
PURE NO ADDITIVES
( )
(which barely exceeds the
USDA CHOICE BEEF

nowhere"poverty in sight.level"Medicare) is still is ." GROUND BEEF ASTWODsAiiiiHOICI{

in a shambles. We are worse CHUCK
off now than we were in 1966 at
the beginning of the Medicare
program, when it paid 66

percent penses. of Today.our medical Medicare ex 6 12-ot.PACK $108 SAVE 99 SAVE 88e

meets only 43 percent of these CANS 18.
expenses.Elderly. 70C $ 21 e ,.

income was persons so low that whose they 3 1
had to receive "Old Age SAVE 16c GALLO 18'' BOSTON BUTT
"
Assistance transferred PORKROAST
were CHIANTI, VINE ROSE LB.
"Supplementary,as of Jan.I,Security 1974, into OR RHINEGARTEN PKG. I

Income," and yet their in- I I jjpOVIINMIMT OHAOItJf\\ LB.
come is still so low that they WINE I USDA INSP. W-O HAND (U. S. CHOICE;
are unable to get along PYRE (NO AODITIVIS) USDA CHOICIONIIISS
HAND
without Food Stamps. As of
'
July 1, these impoverished $ 19 Ground Beef SHOULDERRoast LB. 5ge
persons will be cut off the FIFTH |
Food Stamp allotment.
Consequently Evelyn jo 1 $659
Vaughan, Secretary- PKO. $109]

Citizens Florida Treasurer Council has of contacted the of Senior North the rSAVE 35 SAVE 31c i. SAVE 12''

membership of seven clubs

within ters, telegrams the Councilaand and petitions let JUMBO KLEENEXTOWELS KRAFT SALAD DRESSING ASTOR FRUITCOCKTAIL

have been sent to
Congressman Don Fuqua,andto
9 MIRACLE WHIPWD
Senators Ed Gurney and ,
Lawton Chiles protesting the
denial of Food Stamps to SSI
recipients and urging the wa1E
immediate restoration of this M larLl

program. In addition, a joint
letter of protest, co-signed by $i
Rep.Frank Williams and Joe
Kerrigan, has been sent to all ia

12 two Florida Senators.Congressmen and '. 32-oz. Miracle 3 16-o 88

too To The involved repeat Administration,? are we getting in ROLLS" JAR Whip CANS

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Washington is generously SAVI 2S< THRIFTY MAID s
giving handouts to almost LAND O' SUNSMINI CHAM STYLI O* DIXIE DARLINO FAMIIYBread
every country in the, world.
w. K. Corn
while at the same time Butter
ignoring the needs of those
folks at home who worked 141. te.... 3"-... $100
hard to pay the taxes which PKG. 68C 5 CANS $100 -
make those foreign giveaways
possible. This is how inflation
begins,and it is the American
people who suffer ... the SAVI 17 GUSH OIANT CUT
elderly the poor, the veteran WESTERN JUMBOCANTALOUPE MORTON ASSORTEDDINNERS
and children. This country'srecent GREEN BEANS
gifts of food, fuel,
nuclear equipment and MORTON410roi

military supplies will cost the
taxpayer billions of dollars, POT PIES
yet the bureaucrats in (EXCEPT BEEF AND HAM)
Washington begrudge the few SAVI ISGREEN- THRIFTY MAID CUT

dollars desperately in Food needed Stamps at home.so BEANS aa. 00

On the positive side Senior $1 4 PIES $1

Citizen agitation has contributed 1.....
to the passage of a 5 $100 89
bill for cheaper prices of CANS 2Sees.
drugs sold under the generic
name rather than brand SAVE 11 ARMOUR VIENNA 1l-o* SUPERBRAND
name. This bill was recently FOR PKCS.NARVIST: ICE CREAM
signed into law by Governor SAUSAGE
Askew. Patients should now SANDWICHESOR
ask their doctor to write OO MUM CALIFORNIANectarines MUMLimes
$ '
prescriptions under the 3 1
generic name of the drug. If CANS BARS
the doctor doesn't know the
drug's generic name, ask him '
to write "C.E.," meaning the SAUSAGE 2 L.1.89C 1 12 101 39j
chemical equivalent, on the .
12-PK.
prescription.Now 9ge
you answer the $100 PKG.
question. Are we getting too 4s-:.
involved?

Street p.m.Our on next Recreation June meeting 25 at will.the Center.be Pratt at 1 Saltines SAVE lOc CRACKIN'.GOOD. . 2 PKOS.I.l'. OO QQc SOUTHERN Flour BISCUIT. . 5 LAO ll. 68C Cabbage GREEN 2 NlADS49C Shrimp.FAN REDI . VVo.. $159 1

SAVt 33c: THRIFTY. MAID HARVEST FRESH TASTE O' SEA
Come and get. Joe involved Kerrigan! CRACKIN'Pastry GOOD TOASTIR. . .2 10..... OOMs OQcPKGS. Corn- . .8 .CANS--,.... $1( Yellow Onions 5 BAG ll. 69C Fish Sticks . 'fts 99C

SAVI Ole KRAFT 1000 ISIC SAVE Ik REYNOLDS HEAVY DUTY HOOD ON COR SLICED GRAVY ft BEEF OR MEAT BALI POTATOES

Olv. Yourtelf Dressing . 3 :r : $100] Aluminum Foil 211M. a-25'. $100 I Orange Juice 3 Ss $1 Entrees . 2 'II o.x149
A N.w.r Look

SAVI Dog SOc Ration ZEST Of SHOW .25 LAG l.. $379 CTTV Cake CROCKER Mix LAYER . 2 'SSr 88C Orange MINUTE MAID Juice 3 CANS..... 79C SUPERBRAND Creamer COFFEE . 4 '16.CTN3.". $1


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TELEGRAPH June 20, 1974



r Iiii Athletic House To 14-0 Shut OutLeonard


(Chub) Johnson from Glen Gnann in the final Athletic House led off the top and Guaranty Federal vs.. singles. Ray Hillman and
i son of Mrs. Anna Johnson of inning. of the first inning with two Athletic House. Richard Smith helped out witha
: k :__ Starke, became the third Raymond Hillman and runs and Elks never caught Coca Cola eliminated hit each.Bill Goodge was top
7 r pitcher this season to hurl a Gnann led Coke at the plate up. Ricky Sullivan. John Southern Discount 134. Coke man for Discount with two
no-hit ball in three hits each and Powell and Bedford led
game Dixie with Andy out five hits, but took
Youth Baseball, against Griffis added two hits. Athletic House with two hits rapped of 18 walks by hits.The first half Championshipwill
Athletic House, as Southern Richard Smith, Kerry each. Mike Teston added a advantage be decided at a later date
Discount put the brakes on the Padgett and Kevin Griffis single,to the cause. three Discount pitchers. Andy when the make-up game
House 14-0 last Thursday each had a hit. The Elks stayed close in the Crews pitched for Coke between Guarnaty Federal
night. Coke started things in the bottom of the first inning as allowing only four hits while and Athletic House is played.
Dale Bedford and Ricky first inning as they came up they scored one but then were striking out 10 batters. Statistics Coke 2-0, A.
Edmondson pitched no-hit with six runs in the top of the shut-out until the final inning Gnann led Coke at the plate, House 1-1, S. Discount 1-1, G.
games earlier in the season. inning three in the second, coming up with two runs. gathering a double and two Federal 1-1, Elks 0-2
Johnson struck out 10 three in the fourth,and four in Timmy Cissy, Danny
.' i Iti batters, walked seven, and the fifth to end its scoring. Hilderbran, Bob( Odom, and
4 I gave up no hits. Johnson also Guaranty Federal scored Ronald Stewart each had a First 4-0 Mark
led his team at the plate, going most of its nine runs on walksas Baptist's
hit.Southern
three-for-four, including two they managed three hits. ( Discount took on
doubles. Teammate Scott Guaranty had 12 batters on Coca Cola in a make-up game
Allen helped out with two base via the walk Danny that had been rained out Leads Men's SoftballFirst
singles in four trips. Nugent, Ed Winkler and Steve during the first half, last
Second game of the night Griffis each had hits for Monday. Discount, along with
saw Coca Cola breeze 16-9 past Guaranty Federal. Guaranty Federal and Baptist Church is now First Baptist scored nine of
Tot supervisor Cheryl Godwin provides the momentum for an exciting ride enjoyed by Guaranty Federal. Coke had Friday's game. June 14, Athletic House were all tied holding first place in Men's its runs on singles by Johnnie
children 4.6 years old during morning or the Starke Recreation Program the hot bats as they out- Athletic ]House slipped by the for the first half Championship Recreational Softball with a 4- Powell, Matt Hull, Eddie
stroked the Bank team, 11-3. Elks Lodge 73. Dale Bedfordwas with all three teams 0 record, as they defeated Hazen, Bill McRae, Robert
Summer Recreation Program BeginsSchool Ricky Edmondson was the the winning pitcher as he left with a rained-out game. Lawtey Skating Rink 10-1 Milner, and Gray Flynn. The ,
winning pitcher, getting help held the Elks to four hits. Southern Discount vs. Coke monday night. tenth run was scored on an
is out and summer place at the Pratt Street Increased funding has been error by Randall McGee.Matt
recreation is in at the Pratt St. Center from 9 until 11:30: asked from the county so that .. .. Hull got three hits for First
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and Reno Recreation Centers. Monday through Friday. more recreational activitiescan Baptist as F. Bapt. out hit
Programs for children fourto Children may select tennis, be provided, Davis said. Lawtey 14.6.Second .
six and seven to 13 are in archery, trampline, billiards, Five persons will supervise place CunninghamGulf
full operation by the Starke table tennis or racketball and programs of instruction and w crashed a 14-6 over third
Recreation department under receive instruction, Davis supervised recreation at Pratt place Baldwin Cheveroletwith
the direction of Randall said. Street while four others will a Terry Hardee and Bob
Davis. The older children have supervise Reno recreationand Allen homerun, during the
"Tiny Tots" from 4.6 years supervised free play in the tots. second game Monday night.
old attend planned activitiesat afternoons at both Reno and Special events are planned Cunningham scored its runs
either Pratt St. or Reno Pratt St. Reno is open from 1 throughout the summer with on two homeruns by Hardee,
from 9 until 11:30 on Monday, until 7 p.m. Pratt St. is open Friday set aside for movies and Allen, on doubles by Bill
Wednesday and Friday. from 2 until 6 p.m. and other activities.A Sanford and Larry Allen, andon
Kindergarten activitiessuch Davis explained that lack of movie will be shown at the singles by Hardee, Claude
as singing dramatics, funds prevented offering the Pratt St. Center every Fridayat Hardee Allen, Sanford,
stories and games are ready instructional activities at both 4 p.m. Gordon Beal, and Lloyd
and will continue until August centers. Growth of the Gilpin. Cunningham
9, Davis said.Instructional. community and participationof Other special events include dominated the batting 18-11
activities for county children have campouts for the girls and over Baldwin Chevrolet.
children 7 13 years old takelaacaaaaaacaaccac consumed all available boys. Boys are scheduled for Statistics: First Baptist-4-0,
funds from the budget. August 2. Girls will spend the Cunningham-3-0, Baldwin-2-2,
SOOCKSOCJUQOQiJLJUVlMfcDeWift night outside on July 19. Brooker-1-2, Lawtey-1-2,
The program conclude on Smith & Brown-1-3, F.
G.JonesFuneral August 9 with a Playground Methodist-0-3.
Finale. Children will show off
their new skills in whateverarea
Home they choose.Registration P iy, s j ? 1qI IhE Old wrn&

will continue ''I -::::

STARKE PHONE 964-6200 throughout the summer but psagawrsa i a isr!! &\\I r' '
Davis to r'
RENTAL urges participants
HOSPITAL BEDS.WALKERS.WHEEL CHAIRS come at the beginning and get :T T
ft CRUTCHES in special on the instructions ground floor of being the : J: '

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS offered. "Most of the world's money
PHONE 473-3176 School swimming and other hu men's faces on It,but women -
children during morning Instructiemal the Pratt
summer programs begin July Tennis skills taught by Rick Ezell and lljalmar McMillan Street Recreation center this summer program are quite happy to IB* get
8. (Background) are part of several activities planned for older their ..... on it."
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IT'S "GETAWAY" TIME I, BUSH'S TACKLE

THE NEW FISHING TACKLE
STORE ON EDWARDS ROAD OFF

OF 301 AT THE NORTH END OF THE
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we'll probably be open when you return. out behind one of the easy going tor models. ..8 to 19% hp. Everyone Dolphin Reels Ball Bearing
to help you restock all those little necessary home rotary mowers and you'll see what we with the lawn and garden features you What Size Fo You Need?

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More lawn means more yardpower.That Stop in and pick one out
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riding mowers is just right for you. find our little ones handle a1 SALT WATER RODS AND REELS

Choice of 5 and 8 hp with plenty of some mighty big jobs.COOPER'S ......CM_... Bugs and Bug Poles

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I Expansion Planned For Alcoholism Program At Mental Health Center .


The addition of Dr. Tom Suwannee-Lafayette Coun- funds are also provided for The Halfway House in Lake the basis of 80 cents per patient's ability to pay. Dr. In addition to the alcoholism Other recent additions to the
iderson to the staff ol the ties; and $6,800 for a mental travel, hospitalization, space City provides detoxfication capita, and union contributes Lennon states that around 90 program, he will devote timeto Mental Health Center staff
ental Health Center here as health technician's salary rental, and other expenses. service for alcoholics in thesixcounty Sol,900.( The total budget for per cent of patients served by emergency service, the include:
ordinator, of alcoholic area it serves. both counties this year is the center pay only around $1 children s program, individual Gerl Parson who is em-
.rvices was announced< this Besides 'dealing directlywith around $120,000.() per visit, and "no one is family, and group ployed as a technician on a
eek by Ralph Bryan, vice problem drinkers, Dr. Any person with a mental turned away because of therapy, This is currently part-time basis. Her previous
cf the District Five health available for with has been workingas
resident Anderson's duties will include problem, including inability to pay. anyone experience
Board. alcoholism, alcohol related problems, and volunteer in the
rental Health providing consultation ser- may receive Dr. Anderson was formerlywith a
psychotherapy by applying to Centerin the alcoholism program will psychiatric unit of the Florida
employment of Dr vices to courts and law en- the Mental Health
The was made possibley fl. torment agencies on the center at 321 W. Madison Wichita, Kan., where he be expanded in the future Dr Hospital and the Friendship
nderson St. phone 964-8382 Dr Anderson will attend a week- House both in Orlando. The
and in
$28,000 grant by the 1974 rehabilitative services, was engaged post-doctoral
a for expansion of r community education through William Lennon is the internship in community long workshop on alcoholismin latter is a half-way house
ehabilitatlve pgislature services for f schools, church groups, public director health. lIe received his doctorate Avon Park in August. He is program for former patientsof
drinkers in Bra dford health staffs, etc.Consultationservice The Hat fee for consultationis from the University of residing ut Keystone Heights the State Mental Hospital.
roblem
nd, Union Counties. will also be made $25. but this will be Tennessee in counseling with his \\ift'o! l.indj. and their !Mrs. Parsons is married to
available to community negotiated according to 'the psychology M.voniar; old son a Presbyterian ministerflEGISTER
Included in the grant is including doctors
7,400 as part payment of the L\i-\ caregivers and ministers.
alary of Dr. Anderson, who Services provided by the
nil spend approximately halff Mental Health Center are
,f his time in other mental funded jointly by a Federal NO

lealth upport programs of the Halfway; $Boes House! for .1 seed staffing money grant on which a declining provides (thru July 12th)

)rogram which is located( in scale over a period of eight
ake City and is also funded years, at the end of which time
)ty similar contributions from the program is expected to
Columbia-Hamilton and become self-sufficient. At
present, the total grant for FEDERAL INVITATIONAL'S

Dr. Tom Anderson is flanked by Gerl Parsons (left) and District Five, which includesten GUARANTY
Lawrence Koenig.Norman's. counties in North Central
CCCG4rtLCQ (}j Florida, is $117,000. The State
also provides matching funds
1 for the program, and par- GOLF GIVEAWAY
GREAT
LJ a: Farm Takes ticipating counties contributeon

a per capita basis. Brad-

PRESENTSFOR Early Lead In Woman's ford pays $9,600 annually on first flight men's and ladies' clubs

(!(!(I(1JU ;

CGJ Softball On 14-4 WinNorman's r FLORIDATHEATRE 1
-- - --- dozens of macgregorgoff6alls!

Farm broke the Patrick, a triple by Claudia
THE FIRST TIME
FOR tie for first place against Bennett, and the two in ,.. the
,,; If golfs your game, come play our game
ycr
, | COUNTRY MUSIC'S BEST Colonial Florist as they homeruns. Norman's outhit y I a
bombed the flower team 14-4 Colonial 178. Guaranty Federal Invitational You might win a new

6 Night a Week Tuesday night, with three Kock's Drugs squeezed 9-8 Fri Tues net of First Flight woods and irons, complete with
Filtering Quest Artist: home runs by Linda Cubbedgeand past Blalock's Meat Market in
Terri Woods for Norman'sand the top of the seventh inning, BUTCH &THE KID bag! Or, you may be one of :21 lucky winners! of a
Linda Amerson Judy Horns for when Ann Allen
Colonial. Tuesday night
.,,:ys- dozen :MacGregor golf balls!
Norman's now leads the scored the winning run on a ARE BACK!
FYI 1.00 and Sat.Cover Night early second half of play witha Janet Powell single. Blalock's It's easy to play in Guaranty Federal's 'Great GolfGiveaway'
S
I Only. Charga 3-0 record. With the loss toNorman's outhit Kock 1611. Just for the fun of It I
from 9 PM-2 AM Colonial was Janet Powell led Koch's at 4 r Just stop by any Guaranty Federal office

pushed down to second place the plate with three hits and t in Gainesville. Starke or Keystone Heights and register -
with a 3-1 record. Third place Lou Ann Rowe led Blalock's o ,1
at Bobby'sHideaway Koch's Drugs has a 2-2 recordas with three hits. if' Y +,.y before July 12. The drawing will be held on July

they defeated Blalock's, Koch's started things in the 15! On July 16, you may have a new set of clubs!
winless at 04.Norman's first inning as Debbie Mitchellled
scored nine of its ofi with a fielder's choice -r 1 While you're registering, be sure to ask for your free
14 runs in the seventh inningon and was brought around on : '
301 North-Waldo singles by Sandra Norman, two singles by Janet Powell tees and ball markers ... a gift to you from Guaranty
Kelly Richards, Diane Jor- 'and Diane McNeal giving :'
Federal!
dan, Pam Woods, and Vorease Koch's 1-0 lead.
During the third inning The 'Great Golf Giveaway' ... it's part of the Guaranty .
Koch's scored another four
runs scored by J. Powell A' f Federal Invitational, the best {game: in town.

DOES YOUR LAWN HAVE TDEAP Darlene Karen Jackson Stancil,on McNeal an error and, PAUL NEWMANROBERT Slop by Guaranty Federal soon.

SPOTS ? single and two fielder's choice REDFORD SAVINGS INFORMATION
for a 5-0 lead.Blalock's ROSS.
KATHARINE Mm,
came from behind Type ol Account Investment Mm Term Annual Rate Annual Yield'
three of its 'BUTCH CASSIDY AND THERE
scored NOW ARE FIVE
and
them

!::9.'i' ; !None !None S2S 539
Passbook Savings o o
Si :<:%: :; I runs in the top of the fourth on THE SUNDANCE KID"P.n..on.
"Q' choice by Debbie LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU! New Certiticite II.000 90 Days SiS o 592 o
.i' a fielder's Color by SI.000 1 Hear 65D 6 672.
; and Sheila Cox anda a..uM.wTHEATRE New Certificate o
}2'' 55 oifI**(,! Broughton single by Mona Marchant (ge!- Gainesville: 220 N. Main Certificate U.DOO 2 Vi Years SIS'o 698o
1 r"", r. i1tJ'ilJ.: ; making it a 53. Koch's got hot : 3501 W. University Aye New Certificate 11.000 Years 750'o 11900

'". .,..' ."...., ..I.r'. .".,,'::,l::i -" bats with Debbie Mitchell's 3300 S.W.Archir Road When earnings are allowed to compound daily 4
,
il
,
; tof. .. 'J'i'a., : ."" ,,, .I' O' scoring Jan Searle on Stark: 395 W. Madison
\! ...... .,.........'. triple
:'t"t..:.."'\.J'. -.. -'.'." hit to center
Is It Chinch Bugs. ? Fungus Disease .? Then field J.brought Powell's in Mitchell Sylvan Way withdrawal on certificate plans

Mole Crickets ? Nematodes 7 giving Koch a 7-3 lead. The

Blalock's did some meat .... Guaranty Federal
Why not set a free Inspection by cutting when Nancy Gilpin's 4findsI A> aalTY n
from Florida Pest Control! lOR I D A double brought in Libby Association 0/aAYtNaa YOUR
an expert and Loan &[
Harper who had hit to short- Savings Z
He will Indentity the problem and then ." l
on \ -vV-HOv
EST stop. Lou Ann Rowe got j Die INSURED
recommend a cure Maybe you can do It
base on an error by third ; I t';
yourself.! He will also give you a free Vl1 L
ONTROL which also allowed I
baseman ......,...., 2 u91NCf a ooo
estimate for our serviceScientific Gilpin to score. Rowe was '
Pest Control OUICA& co. brought home by Broughton's 20rM COLOR CENTURY BY DELUXE FO The Friendly Savings Center! JI! '
single, and Broughton was .
by Graduate Entomologists 1949 brought home by Marchant's fPG1 I: N 4 S
since
single giving Blalock's 7-7 tie.
With back to back hits Karen
Powell brought home anotherrun
for Koch's on her single
giving the drug store an 8-7
I lead. Blalock's tightened up
[ 301 DRIVEINFri. and scored another run on
Nancy Gilpin's fielder's .
Sat. choice, tying the game 88. lfyouhcivethdriven

In the top of the seventh Ann
. Koch's winningrun.
I If Allen scored
A fielder's choice put Ford
Allen on base and she scoredan a
second baseman
error by
Jan Searle and a single by '
Janet Powell for 9-8 Koch in 74

victory. you


f Y Fox Hunters 29 don't know


Open Special what a Ford is.


::.r. ,. Season July 1


a RONALD NEAMEhim I A special three month fox
hunting season permitting the
use of dogs on portions of New Cars Trucks

'... COLOR fANA'I1S10N'' BY DEWX[' C wildlife certain management northeast region areas &

will open July 1 and last until


October Martin,1.According northeast. to Larry regional L. Rt Old Prices !


manager for the Commission,
the season applies to the Lake
PLUS"Kid Butler, Nassau and Lockloosa

Blue" The Wildlife special Management season will Areas.allow S5O Over Cost On Any Courier From Stock

fox hunting only on portions of
the Lockloosa and Lake Butler of This Weekend Only (No Dealers Please. ]
Sum Mon Tues area but will permit hunting
,
fox.raccoon and bobcat on the

Nassau Area. Buy Now And Save Hundreds Of Dollars On Cars In Stock. Beat The Price Increase
"
Doiitmessarounw The hunt boundaries for the EUROPEAN
respective areas are as
follows: Nassau east of SR- CONTEST
115-A and west of 1-95 only; \
Lochloosa east of SR-325 TIME. FORD
(Dell Highway) only, and 1. Starke, Fla.
Lake Butler west Qf SR-231 2. Blackshear
and north of SR-231-A only.

Yi ckiniownli 3. St. Augustine, Fla.
Martin reminded hunters "
m_" She s the meanest a ?tiI that no guns or bow and 4. Dade City Fla.
I I AsM.OIICANIRT/waA70MAlM.wa arrows are allowed in the
.. PAM omen- poXYUR01AWM areas during the special 5.: Brooksville i Fla. TERWILLEGAR MOTORS
and that each hunt
""''''' season
tn.SI -"
e participant must possess a 206 W. MADISON STARKE FLA.
PLUS valid hunting license and 964.7200June20,1971

wildlife management area

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JiihiiM: :Milli'i. \Iho nay Ig( It('(1 doubtless won the approval
,,,.Jim took ol the
"Jim built a \\I igwa m"-and so did Scouts of Troop 70. up some I the motor boat lequiied l h\ ,and admiration of !Mr Finn,
top planks of the rail and builta lumsell.
snug wigwam to get under in Seoul rules to aicompanv

blazing weather and r and to keep the things diy where it was decided to soul
Jim made a floor lor the Mark Box home due to swollen

etriTcmiALsAvailable wigwam, and raised it a footor hands and feet the only ii'.il
more above the level of the casualty of the trip
raft so now the blankets and
all the traps was out of reachof Upon arrival at Fanning
-: .. steamboat waves Right in Springs, Chris Felos

the middle of the wigwam we i r a proceeded to celebrate the { r h y .e
made a layer of dirt about fiveor occasion by eating a dinner
six inches deep with a consisting mainly of chocolate
frame around it for to hold it candy. Needless to say, the
To AllMany to its place; this was to build a first aid kit and Pepto Bismol

fire on in sloppy weather: or came quickly into play and ".
chilly; the wigwam would saved the day for Chris.

people are still unaware, apparently As an added service to the communitythe keep it from being seen. We ,
fixed up a short forked stick to The last-lap raft race occurred -
of the services available to Mental Health Center has just added hang the old lantern on, from Fanning Springsto Here's the hot plate, but Where's the fish"

them, or members of their family, at the the services of a professional in the fieldto because we must always light the Cow Pasture, and the

mental health center, 321 W. Madison serve as coordinator of alcoholic the lantern whenever we see a Gay-Mont, built in 17! and e

Street, in Starke. What's more, these services in Bradford and Union Coun- steamboat coming down- named in honor of Harold Gay as
ties. This service is being offered undera stream to keep from getting and Scoutmaster David
available fees
important services are at g
... "also
run over Montgomery was an
HICK FINN: ..
that are only a fraction of what would grant of $28,000 from the State of ran," placing second last!

ordinarily be charged for such treatment Florida to provide rehabilitative ser- In these magic words did ",he started !It all. But this failed to dampen the .

and are adjusted according to the vices to problem drinkers in the two Huckleberry Finn describe' spirits or spoil the fun of Troop '
counties. the outfitting of the raft that Highlights of the trip were 70 members who had expected I
ability of the patient to No one is
pay. to take him and
was runaway overnight stops at Hart the defeat due to their
denied treatment because of inability to slave Jim down the Springs and Fanning Springs, outdated craft. Pontoons are
pay, and a majority of clients now This new service will include not only Mississippi river in a saga popular campgrounds along already on hand and plans

visiting the clinic are paying as low as a consultation and treatment for alcoholicswho that has fired the the route. Parents night at well under way for a new and

dollar per consultation.The already need help, but will also imaginations of small boys for Hart Springs brought much- faster raft before next year'srace

provide consultation service to court generations.Last needed change from the daily ,
diet of "sea rations" served
purpose of the mental health officials and law enforcement agencies week, eight membersof aboard the raft Visiting The trip from Cow Pasture r .

center is to provide treatment in the dealing with problem drinkers, as wellas Boy Scout Troop 70 of parents provided fried to Manatee Springs, the final

home community for persons with providing educational materials Starke and more than 200 chicken, cakes, and water- destination, was only 2 1.2 y'

mental disturbances, who might through the schools, church groups and others from the Northeast melon, a diet that would have miles in length and the rail ,,
Florida Council emulated the
made Finn met by Harold who
even Huckleberry was Gav
health Community
otherwise have to be institutionalized.The public personnel.
adventures of
epic back Starke
turn green with envy transported it to
advantages of this method of caregivers, including doctors, ministers Huckleberry Finn in staging a Dr and Mrs P G Felos t
treatment are obvious. It keeps the and public health workers as well as raft race down the Suwannee Some memorable events provided Cokes and doughnutsfor

person needing treatment at home, families and friends of problem drinkers River from Branford to along the way, that might the famished boys, who ; 'JI :

where he or she can maintain relations have only to ask in order to receive this Manatee 50 miles Springs, a distanceof lead Huck like himself a chapter, included written the by had to agree had that it HuckleberryFinn good : ;
never so 1.re
with friends and family, and where theyare consultation service. first night's camp at the

much more apt to recover to the But whereas Huckleberry mouth ol the Santa I-'e River in The final event occurred
point of resuming a normal life, than if Assistance with a drinking problem Finn ran the gamut of dangers six to eight inches of mud. The back at the Scout hut in

they were placed in an out-of-town either personal or concerning a friend or from bounty hunters looking camp site was about 25 feet Starke, with the tedious
for his runaway friend Jim, distant through a swamp, and ;
relative is now available with no more separation of a lot of wet
institution shut off from all local
con- effort than a telephone call. and the villainy of those shoes had a way of sinkinginto underwear, shorts tents and
tacts. the Duke and the the mud
skalawags, requiring no cooking gear. If everyone got
Dauphin, the Starke Scouts small amount of digging to home with the right stuff, itwill Y
suffered nothing more serious free oneself, and giving the be a miracle of the
than an overdose of sunburn boys the feeling of sinking into 20th Century.
and indigestion due to a heavy quicksand
Give A Man
I Enough Tape. meal of chocolate candy
The second day (between Overall, the trip was enjoyed
Santa Fe and Dixie County by all concerned, and Sure hope there's water down there somewhere!
The 50 mile trip took six Boat Landing) the sun the Scouts are already
June 17 was the second anniversary of A careful reading of the crucial March days to complete with the provided the greatest hazard planning next year's race.

the greatest scandal in American 21 transcript reveals that at no time local Scouts embarking at and left most of the boys with

government -- the debacle that will go during the one hour and 43 minute Branford returning Monday to home afternoonand base painful sunburns. Mathew and As Huckleberry Finn would FORESTRY Terry Kerdv'
Mark Box were hardest hit, "So there ain't nothing
:
down in history simply as Watergate.By meeting did Mr. Nixon specially say Sunday Those making the suffering swelling and blisters say more to write about, and I'm IN BRADFORD COUNTY Farm Forester

that it "would be wrong" to provide trip were Bobby Smith, over their bodies That night, rotten glad of it, because if I'da

now everyone has had time to money to buy silence from the Water- Freddie Stephens, Jr., Freddie Stephens, Jr. shocked knowed what trouble it was

read, digest and cogitate the White gate defendants. On the other hand, he Mathew and Mark Box Chris many of the Scouts by to make a book, I wouldn't a-
on several times discussed to Felos, Terry Mundorff, Todd "streaking" to and from the tackled it in the first place," This past weekend my wife tupelogum( as it is also known,
House trying
transcripts of the Watergate Schmidt, and Kevin Miller spring dressed only in combat and I had the opportunity to sweetbav, and water tupelo avery
tapes. Disregarding the vulgarities, ob- prevent Howard Hunt or anyone else They were accompanied by boots -- a feat that would have spend a day canoeing on the close relative of the

semties and profanities that we would from telling whatever he knew about the ------ l Suwannee River above White blackgum. In some areas
expect an American president to be break-in of Democratic headquarters.At to 1 Springs. along the river, where t the
above banks are steeper, the shore
even in intimate
his conversationwith one point the President did say Meet me at the Starke Farmers Market, Paddling down the river at a had some scattered! slash pine
subordinatesthe transcriptstell that "it would be wrong" to grant Presi- MMK: QUESTIONS leisurely place, I had plenty of mixed with (the shapelysweetgum

a sorry tale of duplicity and dential clemency to the Watergate where the fresh fruits and vegetables time to observe the lush Along with these
Editor
amorality on the part of this current Dear : vegetation growing along the pines were some palniettoand!
occupant of the White House. It burglars, and tried to extend this laterto are each Thursday and Saturday! banks of the famous old river, gallberries i common
would bites ,
When dog a
a person
mean that he also implied it would be The trees growing on the throughout the pine I lal\\OIKls.
take a completely naive (to put it kindly) that isn't news, but if anyone of
banks
to make payments to them to were typical any
person to read the transcripts and still wrong silent. bites a dog (except a frankfurter river bottom in this part of If this is such a typical site.

believe in Mr. Nixon's self-proclaimed keep ) that is news. Florida. These are the bald common along any stream

innocence. cypress with its typical you must wonder why I even
But the cold hard fact is that within With this viewpoint, I wish swelled butt, the blackgum or bother to mention it today I

One important Republican pub- hours of his conversation with Dean, a Hampton wouldn't break its have described the Suwannec
very neck to spend the last penny of
of $75,000 was made by Nixon River banks _or! most any
lisher read through the transcripts and payment tax money. It would be news
came out with a reluctant and painful reelection officials to Howard Hunt. like: "The Shot Heard RoundS breeding ground for other river bank for that
of matter to bring out a few
conclusion. William Randolph Hurst, Jr., This payment was set in motion, ac World" if they would set course mosquitoes additional, although tax funds points) of nature.

l'ditor-in-chid of the Hearst newspaper cording to last month's grand jury indictment an example and return and-or some can be used to kill them!
the State
by a phone call to John funds to First of all, note that only
chain has been a consistent supporter of County, implying ECONOMY,
Mr. Nixon and up to now has maintainedthe Mitchell from Bob Haldeman, top White ( so that other cities and Hampton spent thousandson the some sweetgums.areas had the I I'm pines sure and if I
the Recreational Field
President's innocence of any share in House aide and the closest man to Mr. :ier counties and especially would our with an imposing battery of 32, had been looking closer that I
National Government,
the Watergate cover-up. Nixon. take the hint of 'Cutting Dow floodlights in clusters of four, would have spotted a few
vet this playground hasn'tbeen magnolias or water oaks as
Reckless and Useless
But in an editorial published in all But it isn't only what is contained in Spending on ," thus balancingmany used at all for about two well. These tree species indicate -
well drainedsite
Hearst newspapers after the transcript the White House transcripts that is so budgets, and throwing growth months of The weeds field, and has a it new will where a more the roots are not

release Mr. Hearst wrote that sickening to the discerning reader. Justas away many bottles of red ink. take a pretty penny to con- subject to standing water for

"President Richard M. Nixon has madeit damaging is the lack of moral values, When Frank Williams starts dition it into playable condition any great length of time The

impossible for me to continue to any true statesmanship, and any feeling i his reelection campaign next I see no plans for any area where the bald cypress

believe what he claims about himself in that it would be wrong to "get yourenemies" month I hope he and members parking area etc Schools are and almost blackgum certain are to be present flooded are
the FBI the of the Bradford County out now so would have been at
by using the IRS ,
the Watergate mess.. Commission much better to improve the least part of the year !Nature;

CIA or any other Federal agency to will Development drive over to Hampton so playing surface, than even one has developed plants capable

"Perhaps the kindest way of putting it carry out political assassinations.Mr. they can see the "Muck Hole, floodlight, as night games are of survival on every type of
is that they (the transcripts) amount to etc." near the It R tracks and not a "must" with Saturdayand site that exists in the woild
The bald ,
an unwitting confession in which he ask them if they approve and Sunday afternoons cypress was forced
to retreat to the wetlands
available
Nixon ; 32 floodlights won't to
: "Just looking at the immediate condone the Hampton has
stands convicted by his own words as a way help during the continued survive the conditions of
funds the
these out
problem don't think poured
man who deliberately and repeatedlytried have to handle Hunt's financial you you window and down the drain. energy crisis! nature, specifically wildfire in
situation
this case
to keep the truth from the
damn soon?" Tree stumps are all around I would like to see some
American people. The trees when standing and Hampton expenditure con On the other hand the slash

Dean "I alive, probably drank a Tot of trols, a $97 flag was never pine, nor its companion
think
What other conclusion could be : that isI talked with 4. water, but now the stagnant necessary a moderate pricedone swectgum in this story are
reached when Mr. Nixon himself, acknowledged Mitchell about that last night and-" water might be an idealmiiiji for the small City Hall capable of living on sites that
would have been just as are very wet, and poorly
his own vulnerability to a Nixon: "It seems to me we have to suitable and just as patriotic! '! drained. If survival occurs at
criminal charge: in the Watergate cover- the V"Rf And I am hoping that the all, growth will be quite slowas
keep the bottle that
up during his April 14, 1973 conversation cap on much or q dubious idea ot'a new FireHouse the tree struggles againstthe
we don't have any options. and new City (Hall is '"
with top White House advisers John p natural elements,
Ehrlichman and H. R. Haldeman? dying a natural death interred
Dean: 'That's right." stEA'eEit p4 in the same land whereit I have used this example to
During this remarkable sequence Mr. r n q was conceived! And I will bring out the point that we
Nixon first stated that he knew of thecoverup. 0 y close with the $64 question: must realize -- that certain
Nixon: "Either that or it all blows OC1J'fO When will the
then said he assumed it was playability of areas are not acceptable to a
right ? BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER
now 4 the field be ready evenamateur specific ,
going on before being fully briefed on plant Only
Publisher. markings for base
the matter by John Dean on March 21, Are these the words of an innocentman Published each Thursday and entered as. Second Clue Matter at the Pose Office at Starke. lines,. bases, pitcher's box, should moderately be well considered drained sites for

1973. What's more he thanked his two ? XU. under Act of March 3. 1879. home plate etc., and commercial pine plantations.

top advisers for attempting to insulate Subscription rate in trade area: }6 per year: 13.50 six months. surface especially a suitable playable Even in planting tlll'W tfl'l'l4l1r

him from the truth. How naive can we be? Phone 964-6309 Outside trade area: 17 pet year: 14.00 *i_. months. Starke, Fla. William H. SummersBox shrubs around the yard. wo

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-- Legate -- FORESTRYIIN AtIf 400 Attend Open House At DuPont .


NOTICE materials, Some 4'JO( (Uu Pont employees It also emphasized (the the plant were enjoyed by till.
PUBLIC HEARINGA equipment machinery for labor, and after the time and date specified tRAOrORB COUNTY and their families company interest( in ol'f-the Pri/.e, : drawings were held
Operations! : paving Bradford herein will not be considered. attended an open house held at job solely with displays ol and W'I'l'1111 by ('.T. Lee.
Center (From 12)
public hearing will be held at Board of Bradford, School Plans, specifications and Pane f r Highland Plant of Du Pont. hazards: in the homes on I hl'highwllY5 April Hoffman, W.C. Dixon
the City Hall, Starke Fla. Starke, Florida County, contract documents may be last Saturday, June I la.: and even solely Halph Bryan. Kathy( (Jriflis.Doltie .
at which time examined in the office of the must take care to select the U-'e. Mitchell Brown,
Monday, July 1, 1974,7:30: p.m. bids will be cartoons( lor (the younger ) )
for the following purpose read aloud.publicly opened and owner (School Board of species best suited for the It was titled the "Uu Pont members of (the family l.mdcll) Bright Ifick.v Moore.mil I
Any bid received Bradford County Post Office specific site. Kill Brown The Grand;
mobile home hy
Placing a at the after the time Sale Family" house anil
open
and data specified Drawer 939, Starke Florida I, 6I 43cIrt161 Prize b Mrs Janet(
locations: was won >
following herein gave the families of all employees : attending
will
not be considered. This of the Suwannee Everyone
32091)) at the office of Don R story
All Parties will be heard at this Plans, also another ) the opportunity( to seethe received souvenirs ol their Johnson
specifications, and Morgan, architect, P. A (Post River brings out CCJ.C
time.. contract documents may be Office Box 987 Green Cove point. Even I hough (the land STAHKE I working areas (the plant visit. enjoyed "refreshments
1 Kenneth Thomas Croll examined in the office of the Springs, Florida) and at F. W. was not suited for commercialuse safety precautions. environmental .ind each tamil received!! ..1lirsl
owner (School Board of Dodge Corporation Plan Room in growing pines the large Opportunities( for Service controls) lid I lid kit lor homo use Bus
That certain piece, parcel or Bradford County, Post Office (Jacksonville, Florida). trees of (the wetlands added a products shipped tours! to the various areas III!
tract of land, situate, lying and Drawer 939, Starke, Florida Plans and specifications may tremendous touch of beauty to Sunday Sunday School\

being a part of those certain 32091)) at the office of Don R. be obtained as follows: the river's appearance. !9:45): a.m.; Morning! Worship ........ J _-- ---
lands described in deed recordedin Morgan, architect, P. A. (Post Upon receipt of $10 two sets Without the cypress and at t II o'clock Church l 1 -
Deed Book 67, Page 449 of Office Box 987, Green Cove of plans and specifications for black gum throwing shade Training, (Ii::13: ; I Evening I
the Public Records of Bradford Springs Florida) and at F. W. this project will be forwarded onto the water, my trip would Worship at( 7:30.:
County Florida, said lands being Dodge Corporation Plan Room collect. If plans and have been unpleasantly hot. Monday Youth Choir ---
a part of the North 1/2/ of the (Jacksonville, Florida). specifications are returned in Nor would I have been able to Practice 7 o'clock -=- r1'

Southwest 1/4 of the Northwest Plans and specifications may good condition within 10 days watch the squirrles along (the Wednesday J Family Night; ( rw FIRST
of Section 28, 6 be TWO Ask
1/4 Township obtained as follows bank listen to (the birds
: after receipt of bids, the full or !Supper, (Ii i o'clock; Hour ofPower
South, Range 22 East of said Upon receipt of $10 two sets deposit will be refunded. chirping loudly I from the tree ( It. A., 0:30: ; Teachers MORTGAGESPROVIDE PROGRAMSAVAILABLE
County, and being more particularly of plans and specifications for NOTE: All requests for plans tops. All trees and plants( mid Officers Meeting, 7:15: I; : Charley
described as follows: this project will be forwarded valuable in the ,yJohns
and specifications shall be made commercially Church Choir Practice H
Commencing at the Northwest collect. If plans and through the office of the ar pulp "lumber o'clock 1.14Annwle.turn 1 IN"lln ONLY IS 000 E. ---

corner of said Southwest 1/4 of specifications are returned in chitect. ot tt el value lor these Thursday Visitation( !9:30):: ) 2. Monthly. ,.,_'" ,........" p"d.e y. .AenrMy .if
the Northwest 1/4; thence East good condition within 10 days Each bid submitted shall be products, added a great dealto a.m. ; Visitation, 7 p.m. 3. Start Ttrm 1".1_"' :; ,IN '.,1 w.rn.ni.
458.00 feet; thence South after receipt of bids the full accompanied by a cashier's ( the beauty and tranquillityof 4. rintfttart|.|.....teumri I III lINVilTMtNfXIUINIO WITH IAn MY-
100.00 feet; thence East 50.00 deposit will be refunded. check or bid bond in the amountof our natural environment.With BEN BRYANT Pastor .rd! .(IbN!but MINI
feet; thence South 30,00 feet fora NOTE: All requests for plans five percent (15 percent) of the proper management on 5. Corporal PromutBryNoliFrim 2. SIP AMOITItlNO-tl 000
point of beginning; thence and specifications shall be made bid payable to School Board of our lands, this beauty can be Publicly Mild 'n......... pr.viit, ..y.u 73menthly About This Question:
continuing South 150.00 feet; through the office of the architect. Bradford County. preserved forever. Corp poymtnltvl
88 1103 03 "Our firm that all
thence North degrees 45 Surety Company shall be requires
minutes 00 seconds West Each bid submitted shall be licensed to do business in the Anyone who is interested( in those employees han
176.60 feet; thence North 0 accompanied by a cashier's State of Florida and shall be planting pines or improving :MACON: : Ga. Patricia 'N S 1ISC"AIGI: !''10t1DA tlSlDIN'ON''I! dling the firm's
degrees 23 minutes 00 seconds check or bid bond in the amountof listed by the United States existing stands under the Myers of Starke is among .. 'un.WtI110"COMI'N/K"U\'O'Ull; be money
West, 150.00 feet; thence South five percent ((5 percent) of the Treasury Department. Surety HEAP: or HECP cost sharing those; students who qualified ------- bonded. Does your
88 degrees 45 minutes 00 bid payable to School Board of Company shall also comply with programs should contact for academic honors at I MAIITHISCOUPONFINANCIAL -------T agency also supply
seconds East, 179.60 feet to the Bradford County. all requirements of the General either ASCS Office Manager( Wcsleyan College during (the I RESOURCES CORP. u uI bonding where requiredfor
point of beginning. Surety Company shall be Conditions and SupplementaryGeneral Warren Carver or myself for semester( just ended. II "
9425 officials?
North of Haisten St. East of licensed to do business in the Conditions of the above details. We are both located in To earn semester honors a Pt01iDANATIONALIANKIACKSONVIILI PIOKIDA P50N1104.ISA,,16. I INAMt public
E L. Griffis Property. State of Florida and shall be specifications. the Bradford County student must maintain a (
listed by the United States Agricultural Building. grade( point average of 3.3 (a His IAOratss ,j.ciY "j.. Charley E.

2 Tom Marks, Jr. Treasury Department. Surety Mr.Jim TempleSuperintendent 3 0)) during the fourmonthsterm. ,
Company shall also comply with ( ;, JOHNS AGENCY
Lot No.6, Block No.2, in all requirements of the General School Board of Miss Myers is the daughter ,STATE ,
GAHAGAN Sub-Division Conditions and Supplementary 6/20.31. 7/4 Bradford County FOR SALE: All sizes of nl Mr and Ml l's. John flyers! 1-i.iONE' NUMBER ''I 131 SO WALNUT ST
northeast quarter (NE 1/41 of the General Conditions of the above masking tape. The Office She I is majoring( in physical ---------------- R PHONE 964-5O7O'

Southeast Quarter (SE 1/4)) of specifications. SALE BY SEALED BIDS Shop. education.
Section Twenty-One ((21))

Township\ Six ((6)) South, Range Mr. Jim TempleSuperintendent THE BOARD OF COUNTY
Twenty-Two ((22)) East as same COMMISSIONERS OF BRAD.
appears on Record in Plat Book School Board of FORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 2, Page No. 41, of Public 6/20.31.7/4 Bradford County WILL RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
Records of Bradford County ON USED CRESOTE BRIDGE
Florida, in the office of the Clerk..
TIMBERS
NOTICE OF EXAMINATIONNotice ,
North Keller St. Between, EveryDayLowPrice EveryDaylowPricc !

Keller St. and Dell StIN 4'X10' LENGTHS
is hereby given pursuant
I /II4 to Chapter 16C-7 Florida Ad- 4'X S' LENGTHS BEEF REGULAR GRIND
ministrative Code, Rules and 6' X 8' LENGTHS Pantry OR
BIDS TO BE OPENED IN THE FAIR Pride
Regulations Governing Water Well
SIRLOINSTEAKS ELECTRIC PERKCOFFEE
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERSROOM
Contractors in Florida of an
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF AT THE COURTHOUSEIN
Examination for a Water WellContractor's
FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRAD- License. The STARKE AT 10 A. M. SUPERMARKETS
FORD COUNTY.CASE 1 1974.
MONDAY JULY ,
Examination will be given at the
NO. THESE TIMBERS MAY BE STARKE'S
following times, dates, and
AT THE COUNTY 320
SEEN SOUTH
locations to all qualified applicants
IN RE: The Marriage of SHIRLEYA in MAINTENANCE SHOP ON WALNUT ST.
whose applications are received
RICKS, Wife-Petitioner and the offices of the Department of NORTH GRAND STREET ....
8 .O* LOW..mel OOOO tiVBN
JAMES DANIEL RICKS Natural Resources, Divisions of MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 8 A. 0...,.w....SONUS UVBOOODTHMU 1 LBBAG
$14 AID JUHI 3 IAN QUAHflTVHIOMTS 79BonusBuy
HusbandRespondent.NOTICE Interior Resources, Tallahasee not M. to 5 P. M. PiMRViO

less than two days prior to the crmD' wi iii pawed to leant
.
OF SUITPROPERTY examination dates. Gilbert S Brown U.1D.JL FOOD STAMP
6113' 2r 6120

1:00: P. M., Tuesday June 25, _
TO: JAMES DANIEL RICKS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
1974 Board Room of the South- _
Address Unknown EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
west Water Florida Management District FLORIDA IN AND FOR EvcryDayLowPricc EvcryDayLowPrkcAGAFVS Eycry DayLowPricc BonusBuyFRESHS:
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
a Brooksville Florida BRADFORD COUNTY.
Petition for Dissolution of CASE No.74-155 BONELESS BEEFSTEAKS .FioraoA GRADE *A* FLORIDA

Marriage has been filed againstyou 9.00 A.m., Wednesday,.June
and there is a demand in the 26, 1974 Central ft Southern CIVIL ACTIONIn BONELESS FRESH YELLOWCORN
Petition that the Court award that Florida Flood Control District
certain property owned by you and Annex Conference Room re: The Matter of the FRYERS
your wife: SHIRLEY A. RICKS, as 901 Evernia Street Adoption of JOSEPH BRIAN
a tenancy by the entirety in West Palm Beach Florida STAFFORD WHOLE
Bradford County Florida and
more particularly described as: NOTICE SUIT 3
900 A. M., Thursday June 27,
A parcel of land lying in the North- 1974 NO PROPERTY us cxolcl

west quarter of Southwest quarter Council of Governments Office
(NW 1/4, of SW 1/4)) of Section 3rd Floor Courthouse Annex TO: Clarence Gene King
10 Township 6 South, Range 22 Daytona Beach Florida 2605 Old Shell Road Every DayLowPrkc EveryDaylowprke ErervDayLewPrke EreryDaylo rPrk EveryDeytewPric Bonu/Bey EvaryDaylowPrlcl

East. Bradford County, Florida Mobile, Alabama CHUCK BEEF RIB GRIND Yu.el D. oNllleeBllp ewpETwEsTERN us YELLOW
said parcel being more particularly CHUCK CHUCK POT CANTA NE
10:00: A. M., Friday June 28,
described as follows: 1974 YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat STEAKS.. ,. ROAST BEEF ROAST ROAST LOUPES ONIONS
N' N ,,,

Commence of said at Northwest the Southwestcorner quarterof Room Tallahassee 203, Pennington, Florida Building been CLARENCE an action filed GENE for against Adoption KING you and has S88KweryteytawMc B :'s9 85.79? ? 78 $118 2/89c/ Bag 39


Southwest quarter (NW 1/4 of It 6/20 you are required to serve a copy
SW 1/41) and run North degrees of your written defenses if any *W Iveryferytowfrkw W IveryOeytowPrk*W : ..
35 minutes 50 seconds East along NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO to it, on the plaintiff's attorney, BUSY DAYl TMWIVIWHT jumioviwnt
the Southerly boundary thereof a REGISTER whose name and address is CHERRY I CUCUMBER I FRESH
distance of 700.5 feet to an iron FICTITIOUS NAME DUDLEY P. HARDY, Esq., P. O. PEPPERS CHIPS I kr riipP
_
stake on the Westerly boundary of Drawer 1030 Starke Florida
the right of way of State Road 200 Pursuant to Section 865.09 32091, and file the original with -4 -t-.4.
for point of beginning.From Florida Statutes notice is the clerk of the above styled _
hereby given that the under: court on or before July 31, 1974; ) '. ....
COMPARE 0. W' COMPARE 0: ;O. ,. COMPARE : .:
pOInt of beginning thus signed Johnny L. Kitchens and otherwise a judgement may be : : :

described run in a Northeasterly John C. Snodderly Route 3, entered against you for the relief ..., ....
direction along said Westerly Box 21, Starke, Fla., 32091, demanded in the complaint or Oleo Quarters ,': 39' 0. i Spare Ribs aoiu: : .0.a.. 79' 100. Cheese Spread ::' :. g 99' 20.

boundary and along the arc of a doing business under the firm petition. 39. 'H..a '0"0.' 58 r 10. i "011. uc"...
Cream Cheese .a. ... Smoked Nam wq.:0010 Perch Fillets, t ",:0. 69 c 10.
curve concave to the West and name of K & S TRANSPORTATION WITNESS my hand and the It
having a radius of 5674.58 feet a CO." Route 3. Box 21, seal of said Court on June 4, Low Cal Yogurt .,:o.IL::," 23' 0' : Sliced Bacon .;:'::o' 69' 10. : Fried Fish Sticks 'O\\::::W' 5129 20.

along distance a cord of 251.1 having feet a as bearing measured of register Starke Fla.said, 32091 fictitious, intends name to 1974. Cottage Cheese ..:-::'::;.. 59, A' I Cornish Hens U"':,:e*,.::.;:,':" 69' 10. Cooked Fillets .";;;, .,:... ",' 89' t 10.

seconds North 19 East degrees to an 59 iron minutes stake; run 50 statute.under the provisions of aforesaid As Clerk Gilbert of said S. Brown Court Sour Cream :'cg: ::' 49' 0' i Baking Hens .o: i-iHP.,; : N:. 49' 10. ; Fish Portions .:: i :" 99c 20.

thence South 89 degrees 35 Johnny L. Kitchens and John By: Beulah M. MoodyAs Daisy Cheese ....a'wuaN1I9:: : 10, : Turkey .: Mu.e: OL11SOiI.? !: 39c 10. : Orange Juice :' 4/s1/ 10,
minutes 50 seconds West and C. Snodderly owners. Deputy Clerk
parallel to said Southerly boundarya Dated this 11th day of June 6/13 4t 7/4

distance of 157.65 feet to an iron A. 0. 1974 at Starke. Florida. EycryDayLowPrkc EvcryDayLowPrkcNESTEA EvcryDayLowPricc EvcryDayLowPrkcLYKES
stake; run thence South 17 6/13 4tp 74NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
degrees 01 minutes 30 seconds THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- 100% PUME FLOROA|
East a distance of 245 66 feet to GATORADE
OF INTENTIONTO
CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
point of beginning. REGISTER BRADFORD COUNTY. CASENo. Iced Tea- VIENNA ORAHGE

FICTITIONS NAME .
to your wife SHIRLEY A. RICKS,

as a special equity, and you are Pursuant to Section 866.09 IN RE: The Marriage of CARLOSL. ORANGE A LEMON LIME MIX SAUSAGE B9JUICE

required to serve a copy of your Florida Statutes notice is ARMSTRONG, Petitioner
written defenses, if any, to the that the un- FROZEN
hereby given and WILLIE PEARL ARM- 32ozBTLS
3/l 240* 4oz
Petition the Petitioner's attorney 6oz
on dersigned Kent Graudons, p O. STRONG, Respondent. 6/98
EUGENE F. SHAW Box 315, Starke, and Judy Hardenbrook. JAR CANS CANS
Attorney at Law P. O. Box 1086, Star Route Hampton NOTICE OF SUIT

Starke, Florida. 32091, on or Fla.. 32044 doing business OUR :fl"srl '!, .' !; ', ,"
file the COMPARE OA COMPARE W' COMPARE : : !
before July 18, 1974, and under the firm name of G AND H To: Willie Pearl ArmstrongDry .n.t. I'.0

either original with before the Clerk service of this Court on WELL Walnut St.DRILLING, Starke Fla.655, 32091 N., 71423 Prong Louisiana Colgate Toothpaste '0' 77 n. I Baby Shampoo ".:::oc:... 69' 10. I Tanya tANNINIUTTII ]fOITANYA 88c Sit

Petitioner's attorney or im- intends to register said fictitious Efferdent Tablets .., 79c 2" i Q-Tips", 79c 70. i Coconut Oil Spray 88c 51.
mediately' thereafter; otherwise a name under the provisions of YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat
default will be entered against you aforesaid statute. an action for dissolution of Listerine 110. 513$ 11r, ; Childrens Aspirin .s": :. 29c Of ; Liquid Douche .':' U. 19c 7013lt

for the relief demanded in the Kent Graudons and Judy marriage has been filed againstyou :.. I """' L.". Fern Mist 88c
LotionDeodorant Curad
Petition. Hardenbrook, owners. and you are required to Shampoo 0 : sill 21. Bandages .. 2/5l/ 2(0 I XOI

This each notice week shall for be four publishedonce con A.Dated D. 1974 this at 30th Starke day of Florida.May serve defenses a copy if any of your to it written on ...HI lot OUAIO 88c 29. i Instant ShaveDisposable :;BOO": : : \Sit;;; 39c 10. Alka Seltzer WITH.A'.l.'lN 57c 3t

secutive weeks in the Bradford 5/30 4tp 620NOTICE RICHARD E. WELTY Attorneyfor Dial Deodorant "I C.N! .., L\O/S1\ 1 ... ; Razor ",,," 99c 101aot I Bayer Aspirin ,oo, 77c tie

County DATED Telegraph.this 17 day of June, TO BIDDERS 114 Petitioner N. Walnut, whose Street address P. O. Box is Arrid Extra Dry ..UNtCIMTIDINIIVICOI o. 88c II. L Stainless Blades ""N...'. 39c i Pepto Bismol 00' 49c 20l

.. 1974. Gilbert S. Brown, Is hereby given for file 995 the Starke original, Florida with,the 32091 Clerk, and of Vaseline Lotion ,I. oi 59c ,lee ; Dry Look ,., 11601. ,..1 o.,99c 23. Maalox LiquidPetroleum 110. SJ09 10,

Clerk of the Circuit Court sealed Notice bids to be submitted to the above-styled Court on or Capri Bath Oil "'.>110!"' Z/O/51// 1 91. ; Geritol Tablets ". s21'' 10. I Jelly 'A"::a:.:;I( 59c J0.
By Beuldh M. Moody before July 8, 1974 otherwise a
Board of Bradford 'SMdilON *d*A TANNINS
Deputy Clerk School County Post Office Drawer 939, judgment may be entered Baby Powder N' 30. I Tanya loriON 101 t oil 88c Sit : Contac Capsules ,.. 99c ". _
6/20 4t 7/11 32091 until 7p.m. against you for the relief
Starke. Florida a---- --- ----- ---
on the day of July 11.1974 demanded in the Petition .
NOTICETO BIDDERS for the furnishing of all WITNESS my hand and the 1 maDmr.m.
machinery, labor and seal of said Court on the 31st 1 1 ,
Notice Is hereby given for equipment materials for: fill dirt, Bradford day of May 1974. 1 DICAF 11 I **IOHTfflffif 1 1'r' .
I WATCMMS 1
sealed bids to be submitted to i
Operations Center, School Gilbert S. BrownAs i i i'm.V.V.Vt7.'?'"* .
School Board of Bradford County ...' '. ... ,, ...
Board of Bradford Clerk of aid Court ": -. _.... .- --_ .
County. Post Office Drawer 939 Starke, Florida at which time By: Beulah M. Moody :::;0::=:.:., : :.:: :::; ':;:: :.';=:.; ,
Starke Florida, 32091 until 7 bids will be publicly opened and Deputy Clerk ------- ------- '

p.m on the day of July 11,1974for read aloud. Any bid received fi'fi 4t 6177/
the furnishing of I



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Page 11 TELEGRAPH June 20,1911Community)


Architect's Deal Placed



I In Doubt By School BoardArchitect I

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New/ S By Elizabeth Givens Walker Don Morgan's $12,600 per year for 12 months -Set a spl'ciallTll'ellng ul :
appointment to design and duty. She replaces Veronica p.m. this (Friday June H. to
supervise the Bradford school Ruschmeier who resigned. open bids on the new driving\
system's $1.15 million con- The $12,600 salary was range for driver's education I
SCHOOL NEWS The groom is employed by Jasper Williams pastor struction program in the questioned by the school training.Was.
July 1 is the starting date for DuPont. The bride is employed Vacation Bible School will coming year as placed"under board, but officials said the told by Food Service
night classes in the various at Eckerd Drug Store. start Monday June 16. The advisement" in action taken salary Is what any teacher on Supervisor Betty Gehringerthat ;
centers. Adults are invited to Both are graduates of theme for this year is "How June 4 by the school board. 12 months duty and with a a summer lunch program w
attend and let your interest be Bradford High School. Great A Love." In addition to "I'd still like to consider master's degree and with San- has become possible becausethe I'
known. Classes will be set up regular classes, adult classes Don. But until we get some tangini's experience would Federal government is
to meet the needs of the individual CHl'KCIINEXVSCireater will be held from 6 p.m. to relief from the problems we now willing to fund it. She saida 1
student. For information 8:30.: There will be a two week 41 have not I'm just not ready to earn.Refused a DuPont requestto summer lunch program is 't(
call !9646150.ST. / Allen Chapel AMK: session. Commencement vote that way," Board use four school buses after being considered lor those: ;
Church, Rev. B. C. Williams, exercises will be held June 30. t. btu A'Jt' Member Rodney Hall an- the legality was questioned bya students in the swimming
.JOHN'S DAY pastor. Sunday School willbegin Children and adulls of all ages nounced when Supt. Jim Gainesville Sun reporter. program. Milk and a bagged
Morning Star Lodge No. 26 services at 10 a.m. The are invited to attend. ) i IM Temple asked the school After phoning the State lunch would be served.
invites the Masonic family third quarterly conferencewill Denomination does not it ? board to put its official stampof Department of Education Supt. Temple noted the
and friends to join in the St. be held at 11 a.m. with U.K. matter. A donation will be approval on the agreement Supt. Temple said there was school board will have to look
John's Day celebration Lamb Presiding Elder. in given each night. between the board and no law or regulation con- closely at the over stalling
Sunday June 24 at Ebcnezer charge. The Junior Choir will :Ml. Zion AMK: Church Rev Morgan. cerning such a move and that problem in the school
Missionary Baptist (Church lurnish music. At 3 p.m. the It. L. Bethel. Pastor. The Problems Hall referred to counties vary in their policies.At cafeterias. The loud service
Lincoln City. Together there is (Fellowship( (Hour will be heldat annual Men's Day Celebrationwill are the air-conditioning Attorney Gene Shaw's program is going $:!IIIIIIU to
strenth. Allen Chapel. All membersare be held Sunday, June 23, systems at the vo-tech and suggestion that the move $25.000 in the hole this >eur.
asked to please attend to beginning with Sunday Schoolat middle school complex and might set a precedent the despite forts by cafeteria. .
BH II)\1.Sl l)11 EH: make this activity a success. 10 a.m. Morning service at Phase 2 of Bradford High. board rescinded its approvalof personnel to economize
A miscellaneous showerwas Services will be concludedwith 11. Afternoon service. 4 p.m. r. '''r.r. Hall exhibited the request. Temple commended the'
given for Miss :MarylynLee the Fellowship: (Hour. The public is invited. readings from temperature the middle -Accepted the bid of employees lor their attempt to
by :Misses Shirley Cohens Sunday, June 30, the school which showed Liberty Life Insurance economize which cut the
and Mary Dean at the home of :Missionary Society will have a Willie Pittman Bill Hester Sets variations from 83 to 77 Company for the schoolsystem's deficit f Irom some$20.000 I from
the honoree 120U Old Lawtey !service at 11 a.m. All members group insurance a previous high of up
degrees in two different areas
Road Starke. Many beautiful l are asked to please Willie Pittman, 73, died coverage to be effective July proximately $40.000.
and useful gifts were cooperate) with all activities Monday. June 10, at his homein at approximately 2:30: p.m. 1. The bids were evaluated bya
received. and give the donation to the Lincoln City after a long State House Race one"I'm tired of having to face committee and the firm
illness.
building fund drive.
('lI.\:\UI.EH-I.tE: S!. John' Itaptist Church He was born in Jackson people down there sweating" The recommended board's to approval the board.is GARBAGE CANS Staplers,
Kcv Willie llullman. pastor County Florida and had livedin "I 1 definitely have decided to experience with the State Hall told the Board. The whether 3.M: tape and tape dispen
Christ Chandler. son of Mr. Sunday School is held each Starke since 1927. He was a run for the office of State Legislature since 1969 which board, at Chairman SeeberGoodman's funds contingent available upon to financethe sers. Columar Pads, Index
and Mrs. Ancil Chandler, Old Sunday\' at 10 a.m. Church retired carpenter and Representative of District 25 includes service as a suggestion, asked school are first cards and many more
Starke. and Turknett to meetat employees hump, office and school
Law ley Road was Morgan
second and
!service each plumber. of the Florida House of legislative attorney
venture into the fringe benefit
joined in holy wedlock on June fourth Sunday. Weekly services Surviving are his wife, Representatives," Bill representing members of both 5 p.m. next Friday, June 14. field. supplies. The Office Shop.
15 to Miss :Marylyn Lee begin Wednesday night :Mackie Mae Pittman and 13 Hester, 36 year old Orange the House and Senate. He has Morgan had reported to the
daughter ol Mr. and :Mrs. with combined Prayer children; one brother, Robert, Park attorney, stated this past had the responsibility of board, as usual, Tuesday and
Robert Lee of Starke. at :Meeting and Bible Class. and two sisters Mary Frazier week. screening,assisting in writingand was not present when Temple SAVE ONPLANTS. Still Time To Plant
Greater Allen Chapel AMK: Sundayservices will beginw and Bessie Taylor. Hester stated he is runningfor interpreting bills and made the request to sign the
Church at 5:30: with ltev Levy ith Sunday School at 10) a.m. Funeral services were heldat election so that he can other laws in the legislature. agreement in the latter part ofTuesday's GRASS SEEDPensacola
Lennon officiating :Mrs. :Morning service at 11. Afternoon 1 p.m. Sunday, June 16, in offer his background and meeting. .
Willie\ Mae Randolph provided service at 3 p.m. Ebenezer Baptist Church with experience to the people of Hester, formerly of Earlier in the day Morgantold
music lor the wedding. Visitors always welcome.New Rev. E. D. Robinson, of Ocala, District 25 as a stronger voicein Gainesville, is a graduate of the board that a Trane I
Geraldine Dean sang the nl'lhl'i' Baptist (Church officiating. Interment was in state government. Hesterran the University of Florida in air-conditioning expert from FRUIT TREES
Lord's Prayer. Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. the Odd Fellows Cemetery.IN third two years ago in a 4- the College of Industrial Orlando was expected this
Given in marriage b\ her Wednesday night Bible Class way race with Rep. Frank Engineering and also receiveda week to examine the middle SHADE TREESSHRUBBERY
father the bride wore a white and Prayer :Meeting at 7:30.: : APPRECIATION Williams D-Starke, in the Juris Doctor from the school and vo-tech system. Bahia
gown and carried a bouquet of. Sunday School at 9:30.: :Morning The family acknowledgeswith first primary, but collected University of Florida Law The technician was expectedthe 390
blue and white carnations.Miss senice At 3 School.He previous week. Morgan
at 11. p.m. sincere appreciation all 2,011 votes and carried Clay bROSES
Shirley Ann Cohens was also told the board that four
the Fellowship Hour will be Bill Lockhartof
and :Mrs. comforting deeds performedby County 2-1 over 50 Lb. 15.95
maid of honor held at Allen Chapel. All has been and is active in more three horsepower
the friends duringour St. Johns County.
Shirley 'rum was attendant. members are asked! to attend. hour many of sorrow. Also for Hester, with this decision, many community activitiesand electric motors to move a
Both wore light blue gowns ;Night; service at 7 p.m. attendance at the MemorialS will be opposing District 25's civic organizations in greater amount of air into the HOUSEPLANTS ArgentineBahia
ol blue
and carried bouquets Khcnc/cr Baptist Church, Frank Clay County which include middle school have been
and while carnations. llem- Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. < rvlce. The Pittman family. Williams Representative of Starke in the first membership in the Orange ordered by Sawyer-Slade Gas
brichlIl1'ris.: .Jr..cousin of the Park Rotary Club, presidentand of Jacksonville.
Bible Class and I Prayerllcclug primary run-off set for Sept
bride served as best man. charter member of the Those were the two steps
: Thursday night at 10. District 25 encompasses 15% Off 99 cIb
Flower girls were Tanglo 7:30::)()Sunday School( 10a.m. At Bradford Clay and the northern Orange Park Sertoma Club, recommended by EngineerRoy
Parks and Tiana Chandler. ::1 l p m. Ebenezer w ill be host to portion of St. John's charter member of the Turknett, who works for
King bearer was Wendell the :Masonic Family and HAMPTONAREA counties.If Orange Park Toastmasters, Morgan, at a recent board Regular Prices 50 Lbs 4GET .
Shanks 1.1Il1l'0!\ ;; 2i( in a St. John's no other candidate past vice-president and meeting in a series of
Alter wedding trip Uncouple celebration/ qualifies for this post by July charter member of the meetings in which the boardhassoughttosolve Trade-In
will reside in Starke on NEWS
( realer Bethlehem I I Greater Clay County the chronic $25
Old LavMey Hoad. FI't't.ill l Baptist Church. Rev 23, the winner will be decidedby Chamber of Commerce, problems with the middle
by Josephine Fontaine the majority vote without charter member of Board of school and high school Air- Allowance
having to go through the Directors of the Clay County conditioning systems.
CASH & CARRY TIRE INC. :\ARRIVALS: second primary Oct. 1, or the Association for the Retared, Temple said Tuesday that : On The New ToroGRASSMASTERTM
Curtis and Marjorie Ann general election Nov. 5. past president of Clay County technicians have told him the p
1 .' : Forsyth are the proud parentsof Hester, in a recent in- Cancer Society a member of vo-tech and middle school
Co:J VIP ETE a baby girl born Monday terview, stated he intends to Clay County Health Advisory system, all tied together,
June 17 They have named her concentrate on local govern- Board, Clay County Bar lacks about 65-tons of power of I
Brandy Lynn. ment problems and will striveto Association, Florida Bar being adequate to do the job. Toro's New Rear Center BaggerWith ;
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FRONT END SERVICE serve the people of District Association, and the "For five years I've put up
RECREATIONThe 25 to the best of his American Trial Lawyers with it, and I'm through withit The 12 Cu. In. High-TorqueEngine
ALIGNMENTS BALL JOINTS 4-H'ers of Bradford capabilities. Areas of par- Association.He ," Hall flared Tuesday. \
(Approx. 5 HP.) That Gives More
County joined with Baker ticular concern cited by is married to the former "We've spent $25,000 down
BRAKE SERVICEAll County and Union County to Hester are, honesty and in- Emily Simmons of Gainesvilleand there, I know, and done every- Cutting Power With Less
attend the-1.11 1 Camp at Ocala.A tegrity in government tax is the father of twin girls, thing Don asked." .
total of 77 youngsters attended reform, educationl! opportunities Stacy and Stephanie, aged "The thing I want now r Noise It Cuts, Vacuums &
Tire Prices Including Camp and about 65 and financing, four. is results/ Hall stated.He Bags
-, -.Mulches or Disperses.
from Bradford County. crime rate, and the
were has "no personal ven- "
Mounting BalancingINTERSTATE They reported they had a very decreasing voice of people in He is a member of the detta" against Morgan, Supt. .. "J The Handle Folds For
good time and all returned by government."I Orange Park United Temple said, but the middle -- --. '-
bus Friday. June 15. am concerned about the Methodist Church and serveson school and vo-tech air I : Easier Storing. It Has
lack of attention which is its Administrative Board conditioning system is 20550
78 4 PLY SENIOR CITIZENS given by government to the and the chairman of the marginal. Speeds
Wilfrid (Fontaine will havean wishes of the majority," Finance Committee. Blaine Thompson withdrewhis & Drive 219

POLYESTERA78x13 exhibit of hand-painted Hester said. Hester also motion to approve the 21 Cut Self-Pro gilled
pictures on glass at the stated that many local bills agreement with Morgan. The
Festival on the Square taken to Tallahassee in the :-=-- board then approved a substitute We Take Moe We Take Mowers In Trade Regardless Of
Sidewalk Show downtown past year never get further -..,. motion placing Morgan's
4Fo. $68 Gainesville. June 21 and 22 10 than the committee and are : appointment under advise- Condition Trade Up To Toro Now.

a.m to 6 p.m., both days. never heard by either house. ment.In .
E78x14 4 For $80 Everyone invited. He also stated the people of The Victorians believed other action June 4, the lOIIDAOMTIOI GARDEN
The regular meeting of District 25 have not had the that a heavy cough couldbe school board:
F78xl4G78xl4 4 For 58700 Hampton Senior Citizens will representation in Tallahasseethey cured by eating a bowl -Approved appointment of :' EST CENTER
be held Friday evening, June should have had in the of raw onions. The next Rocena Santangini as county
21 at 7-30 p.m. past.Hester cough must have been coordinator of special 539 East Call St.
4 For 59200 further stated he is breathtaking. programs at a salary of PH. 964.5745
G78x 15 1he Old 1im&i genuinely concerned with a OMUCUC*.

public opinion and if elected
H78xl4H78xl5 he intends to be heard. He also Kl}<*t3VZ

4 For 59848 E, ;4i stated he feels he has the
'1 ability to get the job done in

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412 E Cai. Si Starke jour confidence after, are a bit ,
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Hobbs, Jr., son of Florida B
Mr. and Mrs. J, H. Hobbs, Sr., American will form the 1974 d0
Pratt Legion Boy's State _
of 810 W. Street, and Upon arrival .
in
... Tallahassee 7/
and grouping into cities! and
J r 4 1 counties, the "51st State" will CLASSIFIED AD RATES COLORADO 20 ACRES $4,9751 FREE pretty kittens to a good BRASINGTON

be created. For seven days the $60 down, $60 monthly. High home, also adult white male Your sot if ECUS:
citizens of the new "state" Deadline for InsertionTuesday mountain valley. Repossession.Pick Part Persian. Ph 964-6053 It CAOILLAC-OLDSMOBILE .
er will carry out the functions of Noon preceding up payments. STEED -- -- -- Real Estate SALES&SERVICE TREE SERVICE
;: ; 2r1fa government taking the basic Thursday before publication. FINANCE CO 911 W. 10th St Will do yard work. Any size Fine selection of Used Cars .
laws of the stale of Florida as Minimum Charge'2.00 Amarillo, Texas 79101. CALL yard.J964-6189. 1tp. BrokerBuySellTrade Taken On Cadillac Trades ALL TYPES TRtE WORK
I a guide. (Covers 15 Words) ANYTIME 806-376-8690 -- 2001 N.W.13tl\. 378-5301 BULLDOZIER LAND

i The American Legion Each word over 15 -------- Land Clearing-Low prices for CLEARINGCOMPLETELYINSURED

t it sponsors Boy's State annually 10 cents. FOR SALE--1972 Glastron GT large acreage Phone 289-3012 AppraisalsCALL GAINESVILLE AND LICENSED

to assist in the education\ of thecountry's w/125 Johnson Motor. In Jim H. Andrews. 1tp. BILL FREE ESTIMATES -
youths in All Classified. Ads must be --- POWELL
the duties, cludestrailer, tanks,
gas 24 YEARS
EXPERIENCEJAX
REAL
ESTATE
paid for in ""
privileges, rights, and have advance unless you cushions, etc. Excellent WILL BABYSIT-in my home 964-6464 $ SAVE $ 768-8522
established
responsibilities( of American an account Condition. $2,300 Call Monday through Friday. OR STARKE 964-9935
citizenship, to inculcate, a with the Telegraph, in that Keystone Heights. 473-2234 Phone 964.6212 Itp. ASSOCIATES
sense of individual obligation event 50 cents extra charge Itp. : FRED DAVIS 12 TP 6/27
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to for billing. Not responsible for
Ralph
community, state and ------ Bryan
errors when MOBILE HOME.MOVING, Also GMC TRUCKS
nation, and given over the .
to teach the
youthof FOR SALE--24 X 60 Mobile BUICK PONTIAC"A
Florida the phone or when copy is not mobile home hurricane anchoring 964-6208
of tumid mentalprecepts typed and brought to the of Home 2 bedroom, 2 bath, andrnobile'home roof LITTLE RIDE CAN
government. fice. family room central air and coating. Olin's MOBILE Home Bob Milner SAVE YOU A LOT" TF 2698

heat. Total electric Ph. 964- Service 964-5606, Rt. 100 W. GREEN COVE SF'RINGS"
Johnny Hobbs 8023. 2tp. 6/20 6/27 Starke. Fla. tfchg 9646026Acreage PLUS TAX & TAG

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Andy Baldree, son of Mr and 1 to 100


south attend Mrs ,C.the have A.31st Baldree been annual selected, Florida SIMOO to, t FOR RENT J FOR and daily SALEWhite other at 9 a.m.vegetables.David sweet Wain-Open Corn tmi-: HELP WANTED :::1:1HELP Bradford & Alachua For


June American 2,1: through Legion June Boy's 29.State wright East of Starke.Road 16 Ph., two 9648479.miles Nice Hampton.3 BR 2 Call bath Bob home for at TREE

lip details after 6:00 at 964-
Selections are made on the FOR RENT--2 bedroom trailer withA.
-- - WantedMechanic,
paid 6026.
qualifications of leadership, C., Water furnished. Road FOR SALE-Concrete pipe and vacation, health insuranceand NEW-3 BR, 2 Bath Central SERVICECALL
courage, honor loyalty 100 West. Phone 964 8797.
1tp.
Hamilton Concrete other benefits
systems. company Heat and Air, Carpet, on
scholarship especially in the
lields of Civics, American Precast. Ph. 9648879, 812 S. Gilman Paper Co. Rt. 15 Box wooded, high-dry acre lot,
FOR RENT.5 room apartment Cherry Street, Starke. Itp 150, Maxville, Fla. Ph 298- outside city. Two to choose
History and Social Studies.JonesLangfordWhlte Adults only. No Pets. Phone 2911
-- - Itchg. MRS.
from. NELLRHODEN
Post
51i(>, American Legion Starke. 9646352. 2tchg. FOR SALE: Registered Angus 3 BEDROOM 2 bath C. B. POP5CM6AUDI

makes the selections in cows. Heifers and bull calves.J. HELP WANTED--Laborer, paid with Heat and Air Carpet -
FOR RENT12 x 52 2 BR Mobile B. White. Ph. 964-6114 beautiful lot in Starke.
conjunction with the Bradford or vacation, health insuranceand 15 x 30
home, water furnished, 9 miles 9646775. tfchg.FORSALESilver other company benefits. family room with fire place.
|ligh School faculty. NW Starke on SR 235. Call 964 475-2211 376.4551
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------- Gilman Paper Co. Rt. 15 Box
544 boys from every part of Andy Baldree 5630 after 5 p.m. tip Streak travel 150, Maxville, Fla. Ph. 289 Nice 3 BR, 1 Bath CB In Ex- 4tp-6'20' 4222 NW 13th St

trailer, completely furnished.Can 2911 Itchg. cellent Location Gainesville
FOR RENT BRADFORD be seen at the KOA Trailer

II BROOKEHINBRIFF VILLAGE APTS., modern Park on 301 South of Starke. HELP WANTED--Maid wanted, Beautiful Building and mo-
furnished A/C, 1 BR walk-in bile home lots inside and out-
lip
By Jeannette Prescott mature,experienced Must have
closet, Inclosed patio, off street side city. PumpsNew
own transportation. Jo-Lu
FAMILY: KKl'MONWe : : .101111 '. parking. 315 Washington Ph Long ChampHome
I ) They all joined Ihl'utht.l's Motel South 301 Itchg
FOR SALE 6 9 linoleum
: by
9648601 after 5.30 Want to have one built? We
w ish to remind Claude's p.m. or
everyone tit home. Mr. $3.50, 9 12 $5.98 12 12 And UsedSALES
of Ihe Prescott and Fowler :and/ Mrs: Irving Hodge und week\ ends. 4tchg. 711FOR $11.95 and by 12 by ,15 $14.94 by can help you there also. and
family reunion to be held alter daughters also HELP WANTED: Cook lor
stopped by DAHMERS DISCOUNT, MaterialsWE
up CHECK WITH US Building
services at Dedun Baptist t Sunda ly. June/ Hi.Mr ( RENT-Trailer on Griffis tfchg. Garden Restaurant 3tchq PARTS
Church on Sunday. July 7. All : and Mrs: Bud Jones und Loop. Call 964 8816. 1tp. 6,27 WE MAY HAVE WHAT SERVICE BUILD

relatives mid to friends are children ol Augusta( (ia. tire TV Color picture tubes only LET YOU US HELP WANT YOU DEEP a SHALLOW WELLS YOUR PLANS OR OURS

urged attend. usilmg( their pill'l'nls.11': und $79 plus labor Dahmers BUY, SELLTRADEI I
:Mrs Lee FOR RENT 12' wide mobile YOUR LOT
OR
Roy Creen.Ve; tire Discount. Plumbing Supplies OURS
tfchg.
PKK.snNAI.S: : sit> /glad: that11'I : Creen's: heart\ homes outside city limits. J. t WANTED 1 FREE ESTIMATES
allal'k1 B. White. Ph. 9646114. If
; severe so he no :
FOR SALE: Notebooks! EXPERT SERVICEON
\Ve welcome two families, could( In- home for )Father's answer call 9648775. tfchg. WATSON'SHOUSE :Memo pads, envelopes, REMODELING REPAIRS
lormer residents of Brookl'rIho I)Iii OF VACUUMS
) --------- markers adding machine ALL MAKES ADDITIONSHOMESBOUGHT

\ are returning here to KH RENT New three Bedroom Many brands of new vacuums WANTED: Waitress Cashier. 8 and cash reg. paper The PHONE 964-7O61
live Mr. and :Mrs. llarlenI SOLD
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mobile, home. Adults. $150 $39.00 up. Used machines hour shift. Apply in |person Office Shop.
I and children and Mr
lodge from 646. Home's 301 Lawtey. tfchg. TRADED
and Mrs. Grady i Marl and Monthly plus utilities.UicJdford Expert Repairs all Durrance
Motel Bradford ma<4. Parts and Accessories INSURANCEAT ; ACREAGE FOR SALE
ddUKhters. We're glad to havefoe
back Kirk 2tchg. 6 20 for 3ft? vacuum' Built In REDUCED RATES PUMP a SUPPLY CO. 964-6853
central vacuum WANTED Used furniture I
!Mrs Judy lodge( ofl.iicooLhee cleaning AUTO FIRE, BOAT
systems. 712 washers 864-N. TEMPLE AVE HWY 301 S STARKE
formerly Judy ,C'iL FOR RENT 5 room house N. Main, refrigerators, Dahmer's _. _TF. .
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Gainesville 376-7110. TF Discount House, tfchg DOYLE E. CONNER ---- -- -
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Supp of Lake Butler is in (he II partially furnished $115 anxinth.

I\lt'\lclll't'nter\ in Gainesville I Pay own utilities. $35 ... ... INSURANCE AGENCYTCHG
where she underwent surgeryon security (deposit Ph. 964- OLINS MOBILE HOME SALES
Saturday. June 1 1.V: Please1remember 8243. IIp.I I IFOR AUTOMOBILES

her in your USEDFOR LOST AND FOUNDDoy HWY. 100 W. PH. 964-5406 :.,.,

pl'iIl'I'oI.! Adult Mobile ..-: r.UI lIP.
Alter unending \Ded.mliiiplisl I:: FOR SALE F 4lt&C\ )
Home ParkIN
Church together SALE-.1967 G.T.O. $600 LARGE SELECTION OF PRE OWNED a i
Claude Prescott and his
last 301
seen south near
cash. Call after REPOSSESSED HOMES IN GOOD
daughter.( Clenell: Reynolds ol 5pm. at horse stables. Very friendly all CITY LIMITS *3O A MONTH
: 'J648S51. 11 p, CONDITION AT A REASONABLE PRICE
:
hud dinner
Jacksonville
out
SALE: Epiphone Guitars white Amoyed longhaired 10 WALK TO NEIGHBORHOOD TF
to celebrate both of (their old.
mo Mud'um build,
made In Japan by Gibson now GROCERY AND NEW
und t'iltlll'r'sa\) FOR SALE -1962 !Lancer
birthdays v l.rHuman Dodge lenidla Answers-to name of
Dahmers Discount
at tfchg.
tienell's birthday was ,Julie Low mileage, Excellent Con blidstd Reward! for return SHOPPING CENTER .
II! and C'laude's as June 24 - -- dition. New Tires Around. Can Uill. 91x18261 Up. NO PETS TF F- -----t

Alter ,returning to :Mr companionship is FOR SALEZipper cream peas. be seen behind Luther's Kettle. JO-LU COURT

Prescotl's home they received one of God's answers to lone At farmers market or $5 a Ideal for second car. Call 964 i U.S. 301 SOUTH I '" We Mow All Size Lawns-
LOST OR STOLEN FROM :
liness. "It is not good that
visitors later in the afternoon bushel at farm. Phone number 5630 or 9647200. Itp -_
including Mrs. Inus Ha/ar man should be alone," said 964 5156. Seeber Forsyth. West section Bradford Co i 111 I PHONE 964-881O I

Mr. mid Mrs. Oriel Fowler( of God at the very beginning| | o( State Road 16 West, Starke. Black and Tan with some I Ijj Edge Trim & Fertilize .
He created Eve. fOR SALE: 1965 Dodge Pickup White Hound Female. 111 :+
Jacksonville and Mr and creation as 2lp. t Lawns & Flowers
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Truck, 1 ton. New Inspection.Also White std Lemon Mdle I-
:\II'st'Wt'y\ "Fouler Starke .. GORDONAir .
----- .. 1 wulve Thousand Pound Hound. Both have Tattoo in
'they had all attended church LOTSZoned for mobile homes Capacity. Trailer Both in Ciood ears D. C. HA- F 89 and H.F Conditioning & l Free Estimates .
services earlier and stayed forthe friends, remember
In making
and houses. Several ConditIon. !Eleven Hundred W or W I.G. in other ear Heating Co.
iroover: family reunion these words from the sub- 964-8440 After 6PMGreen's .
Dollars. 964 6391 MJV / ,
lip Missing since
tippiox
divisions COMMERCIAL
alter services. Bible 'He who walks wilh to choose from. Only REFRIGERATIONMOBILE
I :100 Reward 'for return on -
Mr[ und Mrs. Oreo Prescott wise men become wise, but $95 down. Monthly paymentsto HOME SERVICE ,
information resulting in Lawn Service
suit your budget. Ph. 468- Installation/ and ServiceOn
shall
: und granddaughters Ann and of fools
the companion
KhniuUi, hud dinner with :Mr 1551 or 9648331. ftchg. teturn Sidle Trooper H. fIIl1I1t. All Makes I ,
suffer harm. \ UtvlS'jD! ;
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and Mrs. Paul U. Prescott and C S a MISCELLANEOUSSEE BOB GORDON - - - --
I Slate Certified'

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HOUSES FOR SALEJ I Phone. Insured 473-4777 I FASHION CAREERLIKE

IILD rAlIIDIIDYou WHAT MARY KAY S -- Rt. 3 Bon 268 Storks On Highway TO OWN A DRESS SHOP?

COSMETICS can do for you". (L100 I 5 Miles.So_01 Starke Tf... ALL NAME BRAND LADIES'WEAR FACTORY FRESH LATEST STYLtSYOURCUSTOMERSSAVEUpr050
Louise ---
Starling, Ph 473 3092. FOR SALE !5 loom house %
Keystone Heights. 4tp 7 11
completely furnished carpet
--------- Complete Inventory Beautiful Redwood
25" color TV, A C. on I acre
LICENSED DAY NURSERY fenced, 2 car carport Cash & Carry Tires Fixtures Complete I raining Program

AL Fenced yard meal provided. otubuildiiui, !good water E CALL VERY HIGH EARNINGS

Infants up. Reasonable. Day, S13,5docash. Two miles 'from INVESTMENT S 2.500

hour, week. 964 8464. lip town crt SR 16 West. 964 TIRESFRONT VISIT OUR: STORES TALK TO) OWNE RS CHOICE AREAS AVAil ASI\\b

8079 lip 112 END CALL CUll ECT MR. TODD.. 904/3961707

Victor LOSE WEIGHT: Safely and fast & '
expect a I OR WRITE H1- STUE SHOPPE J
with X-11 Diet
Plan, $3.00. I SERVICE P.O Box 26OO9 Jacksonville, 32218:
REDUCE Excess Fluids with New 3 bedroom homes, some 7 16
X-Pel $3.00. Money Back with no down payment if you 964-5800 -- ___ ._- 8tp _
calculator to cost. Guarantee Koch Drug. qualify. Others with low down I
printing 15tchg 125Experienced payment.All QUALITY TIRES 8c

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size acreage in Union and I PRICES ARE GOING SKY HIGHOn
bookkeeper will do Bradford counties, TFN
home. For _...
accounting at in ------
But15cadaydill' @ formation write Box, 193 or Call FREDSACKETT-REALTOR All Types of Mobile and BaseC.
964 8682. Itchg 205 N. Temple(US-301)) 8, Equipment
964-6522 United Farm

i. Custom House painting, large or Nite 468.1753 Agency, Inc SHOP AND SAVE AT BILL'S
J small job.| Contact Larry
Cauley 496-2567 Lake Butler REG. REAL ESTATE BROKERPAULFAULKNER.8ROKER Before Prices Go Up
hull' of' postage on two letter a day After 6 P.M. 3tp. 7/3
you gel: accumulating memory, 440 Acres Bradford County Land
A Victor Serial 300 Priming WE HAVE LINEAR AMPLIFIERS .
automatic constant, two color See us for terms.
cot only 1M a ribbon,round off percent key, STARKE CYCLE CENTER, 207 IRENE FAULKNER-ASSOC
day when amortized over add mode overflow N. ROBERT Bill Mahes Outdoor Plexiglass Advertising
protection
Temple Ave. Ph.964-6020. FAULKNERASSOC.LOUISE
evan yeas according to 2 BR.. 2 Bath masonry, Cent
,variable decimal selection, Your Signs As Well As Painted Signs
accepted accounting authorized HODAKA Heat/Air RM. Closed MCRAE-ASSOC.
/ Indicator light, compactnessCalculator family in Also Homeof Magnetic Sign Co.
'
dealer
practlcn. (only 9 Ib*.).oieniillcally spaced tfchg. Garage large lot. nice location. 23O3 N TEMPLE AVE
It'll probably coat you keyboard 'for ease of' use and -------- -- --

the even life let expectancy because of modern atyllng ADULTS-- Bradford.Union 3 Br., 1 Bath, Masonry Home. 3 WANT STARKE.TO FLA.SELL 964-5O65 OR BUY BILL'S C. B. RADIO AND EQUIPMENT

Victor calculator la Backing up your Victor 300 printer I II Vo'Tech summer class. Acres land, outside City Paved
ten to fllteen the Industry largest, moil complete Begins. July 1, 1974 Call Road. REAL ESTATE? 944.8344 Starke, Florida
Or longer under yeara Victor' sates and Service organization ((800 office)) 964 6150, 2tp 6 27 CALL US FOR BEST PRICES 321 North Temple Avenue
Extended Guarantee Protection plan. An organization built on permanence 50' x 200' Lot on N. Temple Ave.. PROSPECTS WAITING TFCHG

Thal'a' why Victor figuring machines are less But the moat Important thing your money buy Across St., from Court House.
expanalve to operate than oil-brand that are I II Victor quality. Quality\ that ha made Victor the SAWS SHARPENED, wor*. .
"almot oa good." most respected name In business machine guaranteed. Call 964-7509 or
What It boil down to la (that for I less trim the coat for more than M yeare leave at Jackson Building Wed established and going JIMMY MOORE'SSun !
concern in Starke with terms. Alan Baxter
Supply, Starke or Keystone Sports
Shop Heights. Tfchg.Sewing j
The Office ''
Property Management and MORE BOAT FOR
JULST411 Appraisals..I.TIIOMS.Hci.llor. YOUR MONEY TF Painting Contractor
STARKE 964-63O5 Machine
135 W. CALL
STARKE PH 904-3791!

Now Offer A 3000 Calculator For VALUES 000012c RepairAll .\.2I.N.\V.\I.MTST.. : : : COMPLETE OUTBOARD ASTERN Re.identialCommercia..

makes cleaned, oiled and TH.1M1MIHC.J I I : DRIVE SERVICE
a uLr adjusted. $7, All 964-5236
A work guaranteed AND REPAIR
Day James Strickland, mt \\111 IIFFII'EhauleyF'la9da : COMPLETE FIBERGLASS

Morgan Road and SR-18. Ph. REPAIR Serving The Starke and Keystone
l.illf.in t', IViirson.AssiH-iiiu*
REG.S65OFF 5395 Now or ,12 A Day tfchg 964-8733 or 7823189. 'Tel 7x.-iMim:! : & ''Nil-filII:! CUSTOM FISHING BUILT FIBERGLASS BOATS* Heights Area. TFI






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Obituaries HOMENOTES CIIURCII ACTIVITIES i1AW1EY Mrs. P. L. Dinkins came out

of Bradford County Hospital.

FROM YOUR EXTENSION HOME Church of God Sunday Siarke, on Saturday and
Harold Simpson By Elizabeth Terry
Oviedo
home School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- stayed with her son-in-law( and
,/ ECONOMICS AGENT m1' 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. YPE. daughter. Mr. and Mrs.
Harold B. Simpson, 52, of Mrs. Oviedo Thomas Horne, vices Meeting Saturday Mrs. Louise Duck of Black formerly of Miami, but Horace Cox until Tuesdayand
Siarke, died Sunday, June 16, 49, died Saturday, June 15, in iir; !ta at and 7:30:Prayer Jacksonville spent Wed- now located at Wetumpka, returned to her home
BROWN
BY KATHY nesday with Mr. and Mrs.
in the Lake City Veterans St. Marys, Ga. Baptist Church, Radio Ala.Ronald then.
Hospital after a brief illness. Faith WPXE Starke 8 Hermie Kelly, after a visit to Wood has started
lie was born in Palmersville, She is survived by her and cold retention makes it a Program Sunday.over Bible School 10 the dentist in Starke. work at the Highland DuPont
husband, Bernie, and one We have been concentratingon a.m. Mr. and Mrs. David mine. His parents, Mr. and
Tenn. on Oct. 8, 1921. He was a good choice for either hot or Worship Service 11 a.m.
salesman for a mobile home daughter, Patsy Elaine, both topics related to canningand cold drinks. a.m. School Bible Wainwright and son, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Wood and
However it on
company, a veteran of World of Kingsland, Ga.; four sons, freezing in recent weeks. should never be over and 7:30: p.m.Tuesday 8 atPastor's Mrs. Danny Starling of grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.N. QO aOGJ
War II, and the Korean War Robert and Leonard, of Maybe in our rush to preserve direct heat. And put glass or Doctrine, home. p.m.Prayer Gainesville, and Mrs. Gloria L. Wood, of Fort George :
and a member of the Lutheran Kingsland; Mallory, U. S. those vegetables while they plastic liners should be used to Wednesday 7:30: Liecia and Michelle of Miami and his l fiance, Miss Teresa
Church. Coast Guard; Richard, are in season, we might have bowls and Meeting p.m. spent the weekend with their Brewer attended open house =kith Slim
protect pewter
Miami; her mother, Mrs. neglected some areas of trays from citrus fruits and Bible Study.United Methodist :parents, Mr. and Mrs. Doyle with him on Saturday mur-
This week'scolumn Grace
Surviving is his wife, Hester Thomas, Starke; one housekeeping. vinegar-based salads and Sunday School, 9:45: Starling.Mrs. ning.Mr. By Paul I'roctor
Juanita Clark Simpson, of sister, Odessa Thomas, contains information relishes. These foods will Church Services H a.m. Joe Dorko went to and Mrs. J. W. Thomas
Starke two sons, Robert Starke; three brothers, R. L. about how to clean various a.m. Worship Albany, Ga. Wednesday to be and\ Jay of Live Oak werel'ather's
; damage the finish fresh Wednesday, MYFat Although fishing seems to be
items that might ; and 7 p.m.
SimpsonPalmersville, and Ressie Thomas, Starke; household we with her grandson Art Green, ( Day guests of their
flowers will cause stains. followed by Choir in its doldrums for most of us
about, or not 7 !p.m.
have
Thomas Jr., questions ; at Phoebe Fred
Mallory during surgery Mr. and Mrs.
and Hic lard Simpson Starke; about Pewter is a soft metal easily Practice at 7:30.: parents these days, those ardent and
Cathy Simp- Lakeland; and ten grandson have thought Putnam Hospital, Albany, Ga. Moore.
two daughters
dented and scratched. Always Rev and Mrs. John Steitz persistant fishermen are still
Akron Ohio and Tina children. previously.GIVE We are glad to rC'portthat he Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kuhne
wash by hand in lukewarm and son, Bradford, of Miami, catching the fish anyway.
Simpson, Starke; one brother, Graveside services were PEWTER sudsy water, rinse and immediately arrived Tuesday to take over is recovering nicely. Mrs. and family went to When asked "How", most of
Eldridge Simpson; Akron, held Monday at Temple GENTLE CARE dry with a soft clothto the duties of the Grace United Dorko plans to come home Brooksville for a visit with the fishermen will tell you that

Ohio; two sisters, Mrs. Cemetery in Kingsland, with Pewter is enjoying a restore its luster and Methodist Church in Lawtey. Sunday.Mr.. and. Mrs. O. J. !Mr. and Mrs. Joe Costell on "no fish is caught by keeping
Crystelle Rhodes and Mrs. Jim Hollingsworth, minister, Renaissance. In addition to prevent water spots. Clean Rev Steitz stated he is the Boyetteand Sunday. your bait in the boat." Sounds
attended the visited
Allene Fuckett.! both of Chuuch of Christ Abilene traditional tankards, bowls, soiled articles by adding two first full time pastor of the family Mrs. Pierce Crews reasonable doesn't it?
funeral of Mrs. C. L. Allen of Johns,
Fronie
and her aunt Mrs\
Palmersville Tenn. ; Wainwrightthree of ammonia to During the As of those who
Texas officiating. coffee and tea sets, there are tablespoons a Church in 50 years. an example
Valdosta, Ga. \ and Mrs.
on Saturday.Paul and cousins, Mr.
grandchildren. Funeral Home of Kingsland handsome decorative figuresor quart of water. summer they do not have McClellan of Vidalia. didn't keep their bail in their
was in charge. small These Pewter finish is either satinor services at night. On Satur- Ovid Thomas on Thursday.Mrs. boat we have Jim Kinchen,
sculptures. Ga. and Randall Reddish of and
Funeral services held Darlene Norman
were
bright. With frequent use June 15, the church who while fishing on Lake
items make lovely gifts, but day the State Farm spent a week and Mrs. Elsie Norman,
at 11 a.m. Wednesday in the andblend sons,
scratches banquet with his boateda
tiny develop a supperfor Magnolia son(
: HUNTING: SIGNS: For are useful and beautiful. sponsored with their grandparents, Mr. of
DeWitt C. Jones Chapel. InNO : were Father's Day guests
into a patina. When Youth. His first nice size bass and three good
sale and rent signs. The Modern pewter is usually 90 Teenage and Mrs. Les McC'lvllan.Mr. Mrs. Lissie
terment was in !Hope her mother,
satin finish tarnishes Sunday,June 16, was size bream. Jim caught them
pewter ,
Cemetery. Theressa. Office Shop. percent tin, plus copper and message and Mrs. J. C. Beach of Starling, and the A. B.
antimony. Its excellent heatDlueejrass a silver polish may be used. rediscovering John Wesley.On Jacksonville Father'sDay Srs. of by trolling with a small silver
Do not over-rub. Sunday, June 23, his topic was Wainwright, Hot Spot Lure. Also Roy
of their .
Restore high-gloss to the will be "Teach Us to Pray." guests parents, Jacksonville.Mr. Griffin caught an 8 lb. 8 oz.
Mr. and Mrs. J. .F. Robertson. and !Mrs. Charles::
bright pewter with a silver Highland Baptist Church bass on shiners out of Lake
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Porter Miss Jean Levis,
polish or special pewter Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. Santa Fe.
Roberts and Tim Mrs. Beulah David Marlow and Quinton
polish. Read and follow Worship Service, 11 a.m. At this time of the year, the
Norman and Mr. and Mrs. Fenelle. all of Jacksonville,
directions carefully. Some Choir Practice, 6:30: p.m. bass seem to stay in the deep
Norman went the weekend with Mr.\
GOSPEL MUSIC PARK new pewter pieces are darker Evening Service,7:30.: Prayer Danny the Ocklawaha River campingon near and spent Mrs. Russell Wood and spots in the lakes where it is
and have a dull finish. Check Meeting Wednesday, 7:30: cooler. The best way to find
LAWTEY FLA. OFF HYW 301 7 MI. N. OF STARKE tags as they may have a p.m.Northslde Ocala Mr. over and Mrs.the weekend.Jack Kuhne at family Kingsley and enjoyed Lake. an outing these spots is to use a two
finish and should Baptist Church ounce sinker with a small
protective
and family and Miss Margie Mrs. Sheila Armstrong of
not be polished. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Ann Denman, met their N. C., Mrs. Allene thermometer attached to the
3 Big i J Fri-Sat & Sun Worship Services, 11 a.m.Meeting and brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Stanley.Armstrong and daughter.Mrs. line to find the depth and
of the
Prayer water.
7:30
: p.m. temperature
Basic Steps and Mrs William Mobley of Mac McClellan\ of
For Successful Wednesday, 7:30: p.m. at Chiefland and Lakeland the weekend These spots are generally
spent
Tampa spent
had for the where the fish will be
a parade found.
They
) > Home Freezing the week camping there. with Mrs. Armstrong's

DaysFREE JUN l, ZX ,fl2t remember One-two-three steps to Saturday.Vacation The Bible School School starts on Mrs. Ronnie McCJellan) and daughter.. Mrs. FlossieHosier. are Shell-crackers on bed l now and in the blue area'slakes. gills
: Darien of Vidalia, Ga. spent
1. Use only quality fresh Monday night, 6:45: p.m. the weekend with t their Mr. and Mrs. Don Boyelte .
CHILDREN 10 & CONCESSION STAND & GATE PRIZES products (Freezing retainsbut through 9 p.m. They will from have parents, Mr. and Mrs Mack and lamily of Lakeland spent All fishing news is welcome.Call .
UNDER FREE does not improve quality). classes for everyone Sweat, of the State Farm and Saturday night \\Ith t their us on 473.4357.'e will be
2. Work (prepare food) Nursery through Adults. Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellan.Her parents Mr. and Mrs. O. ,)I. glad to include your news in
under sanitary conditions. son returned home with Boyette. Sr. of Lake City. Mr. this column. Yours for good
Friday Saturday Sunday 3. Use PERSONALS and Jr.! fishing...
only approved Watts and Mrs.B. his mother. Randall Reddish Mrs. O. J. Bovette
packaging materials. Check Mrs. Barry of the State Farm went home and family stopped by lor the
7P.M.TILL!! l 7 P.M. TILLSinging 10 AM.----..;. visited her son-
__ McCulley
:,:,.__ : these before you start. In- and with Paul to spend a week. night on their way home (Irom
Mr.
Featuring Pastor structions must be followed in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Pringleof the Allen funeral at Valdosta to' i
Mrs. John Roden and grand- ,
-'
closely. Worthington Springs \\( Ga. .t,. .
and Sherie I. \
COY COOK AND THE Contest Jim Black children, Johnny Wednesday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.\ J. C. T.ve. Sr. '"- "" >.
This is most La., for a week. ; L.
PREMIERSTHE I a importantstep of Shreveport, their sister. Mrs Pierce were guests of their son-in-law: WtTl l:1N)
10.00 A.M. as the heating of Johnny and Sherie came home Crews. Other guests duringthe and daughter Mr.\ and Mrs.Tommy \ >.I:_l o.sys. ..4'Si' -O" "
DARBY INDIAN vegetables slows or stops the with them and will spend the '-.. -r
THE AMIGOS TicketsSjgOO atternoon were her son Tallev ol South : ..:; .
action of
enzymes. Up until summer.
FAMILY and Mr. and
daughter-in-law. Da) >tona on Sunday alternoon.
the time vegetables Miss Elizabeth Terry was a
are Mrs. W. S. Crews of The Junior Tn's'nll'l). them
RICHARD VICKI DARBY INDIAN FAMILY pickled, enzymes help them guest of her sister Mrs. C. E. Jacksonville. there.

PATTERSON.__ RICHARD& VICKI grow and mature. After Strickland of Gainesville. from bobby Roberts is spending Mrs\ Robert Lee visited her
THE CROSSFAMILY PATTERSONGOSPEL TICKETS picking they cause loss of Tuesday to Thursday.Mrs. of sometime with his cousins parents. Mr (and Mrs\ G.i L s
flavor and color. If Burney Dobbs
__ vegetablesare Mr. and Mrs. Louie Johns of Peterson and "'I tel'. Mrs\
AT GATE not heated Jacksonville was a guest of Tryrrs
long
THE GOSPEL SUNLIGHTERS enough, Brooker. Randy Roberts is :Nettie'; Tresca. at Ke stone
__ the enzymes continue to be her in-laws, Mr. and Mrs.
and :Mike
ALL MCDUFF visiting Jimmy Heights on Sunday alternoon.
SUNLIGHTERS__ THOMPS FAMILY active even during the frozen Arlie Dobbs, and her brother

JOE & POLLY ENGLISH -- APPLIANCESSTORES storage period. The result is and sister-in-law, Mr. and ... - --...... ---.... ......
CROSS FAMILY I off-flavor discoloration, or Mrs. Cecil Dobbs of Hunt- ----_. _--e---------- ------,

MCCORMICK ___ toughening. (Corn on the cobis sville, Ala. on Saturday.Mr. .
INDIAN FAMILY CONTESTWINNERS a common example.) and Mrs. Greg Dyal of
Rmple I Heating also wilts, or softens, Warner Robbins, Ga. spent : SEE IT TO BELIEVE ITSALE' :
THOMPS
FAMILY vegetables and makes them the weekend with their

easier to pack, requiring less parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo .
Bring Lawn Chairs Parking packaging space.An Dyal and Leonette, and their

... grandmother, Mrs. Lomie :
------ -------
Mosley.Mr. :
Equal Opportunity Employer and Mrs. Hermie Kelly _
attended 'the Florida United
Methodist Conference at .

Lakeland last week. They SPACIOUS .

were guests of Miss Catherine .
Young of Lakeland while .
iTHAT
there. .
We are glad to report that .
You need face Mrs. Grace Harley of .
a pretty Bushnell, mother of Mrs.
Wayne Massey, is improving : WILL FIT RIGHT INTO YOUR FAMILY PLANS :

after surgery a month ago. e
Mr. and Mrs. Sam King of 24X60 DELUXE DOUBLEWIDE :

to attract investors.Investors Jacksonville were Wednesday .

guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold 30' a 58' 30'a 21 II
.
Eunice. WINDOW WINDOW
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Moore .
and family of Orange Park wS c s .
are attracted to the pretty faces telephone company by investors. This spent Saturday with their U erlx BATH '
fAMILY s S
Mr. and Mrs. Fred
of people like George Washington, return is what enables the telephone Moore.parents, VINYL ROOM VINYL .

Abraham Lincoln, U. S. Grant and Ben company to borrow the incredible sums Mr.and Mrs. C. W. Eubanksand Dens a
son of Orlando spent the CL0 LIVING ROOMS
Franklin in that order. If we are going to of money needed to purchase week with their parents Mr. :C i3' u> CLOSET CLOSET WITH CARPET .

attract investors we've got to be able to equipment and build facilities that are and Mrs. Vernon Mobley, and w MpSiEA BEDRO0M .
.
children.On ; DINETTE i
BEOAOOM /
give them what they want. That's where necessary to improve your service. The Saturday of last week, ; s ID' 9d VINYL 1 : S

come in. The bill fact that borrow these Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly 1i ," .
you telephone you pay we can large sums and their son and daughterinlaw ; BED Z BED z 13'3'

every month pays for the telephone of money means that you and yourcompany's Mr. and Mrs. Wendell .

Kelly, and children, went a r s3" aV sa a r w 7 a JU *ue .
daily operating expenses neighbors don't have to foot the bill for sightseeing in St. Augustine. wintw WINDOW WINDOW) WINDOW WINDOW WINDOWS

wages, taxes, depreciation and so on. capital improvements and that keeps Friends of Leonard Norman MODEL 253D 60' X 24' .

But a small portion of it also pays for the your telephone bill. down. regret patient to in learn St.that Vincent's he is a (Overall length Includes hitch) .

return on the money provided to Hospital, Jacksonville, since
His wife, Mrs.
Thursday.
theCE Leonard Norman and their $10,955 i
son and daughter-in-law, Mr.

..... and visited Mrs.him there Carl on Saturday.Mr. Norman.,


Florida State System"t t < "i .' and home children. and in Lake Mrs.returned Worth Wendell to Sunday Kelly their : Over 1300 sq. ft. of living space :

Telephone : after a visit here with their

A Member of'.ontinental, Telephone Kelly.parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hermie : 13 x 24 Living Room o


visited Mr and their Mrs. sister Hubert Priest Mrs. : Bedrooms Family Room :

George Summerlin, in Lake

Shore during the Hospital week., Lake City, : 1 / Baths Utility Room :

Mr. and Mrs. William

of with Harris Ocoee,her and spent Mrs.son-in-law the R. A.weekend Melton and : Walk-in Closet in Master BR .:



f \ daughter Lonnie Mr. and Teston.Mrs.Mr. Terry and Futch Mrs. : Home Type Windows :

and sons of Jacksonville

1AL-I Bead were Sunday dinner : Total Electric
( ., .. guest of their aunt Miss :

1 during Elizabeth the Terry.afternoon Other were guests her : See Mark Olin Ttulllip Is Ready To Save Yon Money .

nephew and niece, Mr. and OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 9 A.M. 8 P.M. SUNDAYS 1 P.M. 6 P.M.OLIN'S .
Mrs. Mrs.cRobertaMc-.
Mr. and -

Clellan and son Jeff of Starke, MOBILE !
r J'e Mrs. Maxie Reddish and :

daughter Miss Vickie Reddish -

of the State Farm, and HOME
Mrs. Ola Starling were : So
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.


4 Les Mr.McClellan.and Mrs. Randy Hayesof Hwy. 100 l Starke 964-5606 :

Hampton,and Mr. and Mrs.
Wayne Teston and daughterwere .
Sunday dinner guests of
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. %.............................,
Earl Teston.




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