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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 27, 1974
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Mayor Margie Cason was top vote getter in Tuesday's city low man. Mrs.Cason and Galloway were the only The for
election in Lake Butler. Newcomer James B. Galloway was dates to show up al the polls Tuesday night. week trying


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LAKE BUTLER 302 the city council with 217 votes, Complete, but unofficial William W. open. 4i
registered voters representing followed closely by T. S. results in Tuesday's voting County School s
a turnout of 60 percent of Thomas, Jr. with 205. In third elects Councilwoman Cason to Manager, and have to
Lake Butler's 504 registered place with 160 votes William her third two year term. For Chairman of the Temple i
made a steady trickle to the W. White edged trailing two years of her second term vice-mayor, won Monday
polls Tuesday. June 25, and contender James B. Gallowaywho she has served as Mayor of the year term.Political. get
elected three incumbent polled 133 votes. is to
council members to anothertwo city.T. S. Thomas, Jr. com- B. Galloway, an He ; Queen, along with her
pleting theunexpired teacher at the not mean ) and Miss Luanna Waters! 1st
year term for each con- one year
tender. With 13 absentee votes yet to term of former councilmanJohn Middle School, : << residents
be tallied no change can be Dekle was elected to his of Lake Butler for the school
Mayor-councilwoman Mar expected in the final results first full two
year term. gave a good
gie Cason led the four-way among the three top con- Thomas is the surveyor for efforts, but trailed tax: to levy
battle for three seats on tenders. hOW, Supt. Queen
Union County. with 133 voles.X232,000 the school



i Pay Benefit : roll in county's of compared each school Festival

of the state's
total. At << Stui ke- Alice Atwood and Toni


: Is Proposed For School is second\\hitt.Toni runner-up 1JHIS! :selected:she is the as

of Mr and Mrs
daughter
.... school
Lucy \\hitt.. and is a soph-
It will
A $232,000 pay and benefits which teachers had hoped. benefits went to non- has never been itself, more attending the university:
package is proposed for Disappointed instructional instructional personnel in state, are saying But the of Florida. Alice is the
Bradford school instructional personnel had thought a 197374. come out on the is daughter of Mr and Mrs W
personnel in a plan revealed toa substantial boost was in store Some of the 99 teachers still the proposed in : .F.At u 00(1 ol Slurke. a l senior
committee of faculty for them in the 1974-75 budget, on the Florida Teachers which picks up the Finance at Brudiord High School.
representatives Monday by since the lion's share of pay Retirement System, which payments of in state Lalain, 17. is a :stunning/:
Supt. Jim Temple and teachers on five-foot l live-inch tall brown
I Bradford Education Retirement eyed brown-haired coed
Association President Louise not pick up the '$37,000 of attending SUillord's College!:
Koren. Funds Found payments of the 99 operating
.
for Women. Ttimpu :she is
The "total benefit package"includes teachers though the the daughter ol Mr alltl11'0: :
a $400 across-the- Teachers on 2)A Herb Herres,Starke. Latuin in i
board salary increase, $143 in Retirement far budget the also the currnet Brudlord
hospitalization insurance For Bradford entitled to board's 2)t County Strawberry queen.
premiums, and an additionalfour U. S. Stal ford's College selected
percent increase for
pay Security
be broken Latain to participate as u
157 teachers the Florida
on in addition to
: $3.8 judge in the new Port Richie
Retirement System whose Court SecretaryFunds system. But and Beauty Pageant this Satur
retirement deduction will be the old teacher's' as day June 29.!
picked the School Board
by
not
up system are and Latain is scheduled to enter
under state mandate. The
participate in
three facets of benefits makea have been made late to be published in lastweek's Security and more beauty pageant's duringthe
total pay package averaging available through 1974 to keep issue."I teachers next the summer vacation.
year First Luanne
$912, the teacher committeewas open the circuit Judge's officein feel the position in Starkeis percent of their runner-up
told the Bradford County Court supplies, Waters, 18, is from Alachua,
Monday.The justified to handle the north Social Security
stands five-feet six-inches tall
house, much to the relief of
and to
pay benefit end of the circuit, Justice their state brown hair and and her
eyes
package will be presented to local attorneys and court Adkins said. lie termed the payments all the talent was a pantomine to the
the School Board next officials. judicial secretary's office in state. FTR returned record "Close To You"
Tuesday,July 2, at its regular Had the office been closed the Bradford courthouse as 6.3 percent of on which she performed ala
meeting.The June 30, when funds allocatedin much administrative as participate in County Carol Burnette as a cleaning
salary increase of $400 the 1973 state appropri- secretarial, pointing out the retirement system new monies lady hugging a as the
is far short ations bill run out, it would mop
of the $1,000 forCelebration office has to coordinate no Social county boyfriend she wanted to be
have resulted in
great con But of
between
hearings Bradford,
close to.She Is the daughter of
tusion in local "We're
attorneys getting it this
Baker, and Union Counties year Mr. and Mrs. D.R. Waters of
setting up appointments witha with the main office of the says one veteran to pay $ Alachua.
circuit judge. The new two Eighth Judicial Circuit in the teacher's adjustments
tiered court system would Gainesville system. Some the
have compounded the (See Page 2)) pressure is being in the Set
problem because circuit the state to $60,000 in Meetings
courts now have jurisdictionin change to the costs, $ Since the 4th of July falls on
juvenile, probate, incom- Early News, Retirement for staff Thursday this year no changewill
petency cases, and work with on Florida $80,000! as the be made in the regularly
the Division of Youth Servicesand receive the $912 scheduled board meetings of
4 Division of Family Ser- Ads Needed package, but under the county and city in Brad-
vices, all matters formerly teacher's ford and Union counties.
taken care in county court. Next WeekDue receive $543 Actual The regular meetings of

Our James C, Adkins, chief Supt. Jim total each board in each county
justice of the Florida Supreme to the Fourth of July under present says. Of follows: County Commissioners -
Court, notified The Telegraphby holiday next Thursday, The thinks it would be Temple is : Bradford County
Country telephone last Wednesday Telegraph will publish a day to have two a $400 First Monday of each
afternoon, June 19, that the early next week, on Wednesday to make up the pay month at 9:30: a.m. Union
position of judicial secretary July 3. the 99 $101,000. County First Tuesday after
Day in the Bradford circuit judge's This necessitates an early teacher's the four first Monday of each month at
office will remain funded and deadline for all copy, both Discussing the costs of 9:00: a.m.School.
the office open. Certain funds news and advertising.All Monday night, Board: Bradford
available in the General advertisers Board Attorney $60,000 to County First Tuesday after
Appropriations Bill that can correspondents, clubreporters seek an opinion first Monday of each month at
Set be used for the "benefit of the and columnists are Department of costs 9:00: a.m. Union County -
July 4 Circuit Court" will be used to requested to submit their copy officials on and $ Second Tuesday of each
fund the office this year, to the Telegraph office at the salary to month at 8:00: p.m.CltyCommissioners.
In Keystone according to Justice Adkins. earliest possible time -- allowable.The which : Starke
Friday or Saturday, if salary and First and Third Tuesday of
the battle
Locally to fund possible. Deadline for legal to the teacher state each month at 7:00: p.m. City
the office the
coming year has and benefit Council Lake Butler
notices, classified ads, and Monday also -
been led by Rep. Frank display advertising will be S Increases to the will Second Wednesday of each
Williams, D-Starke who last
Comtny: W p.m. Monday, July 2. experience, all the $ month at 5:00: p.m.
Wednesday went to
News items submitted too the leaving Bradford County Zoning
years on -
Elie (!Communityi&tatf Tallahassee for a conferencewith late for publication next week There are 31 rope to Board meets at County court
Justice Adkins if
to see will be held until the following funds to house the last Tuesday of each
& county with
> funds for the office could be
week., Items submitted earlyfor years experience, for the month at 7:30: p.m.
restored. The
meeting the July 3 will stand left us City Zoning Board of Starke
paper
per year
....... resulted in Justice Adkins "
A U. the best chance of publication.The 15th years will meets at City Hall first
........T.Do.-ttOOOOfc. ___cJj -.. phone call to The Telegraph Telegraph staff will teachers an By Monday of each month at 7:30:
last Wednesday afternoon, too appreciate your cooperation.' (See Page (See Page ( ) p.m.

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1'2 TELEGRAPH June 27,1971




I School Operating Budget Set At $4.3 Million l .. . c


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'>upermtendent means the State Department of Supt. Temple is strugglingto But the superintendent told $30,000 loan with the Florida
Honda, Legislature which for Education place Bradfot'd's give teachers all the the school board Monday only Bank at Starke will be retired,
.
the term 1974-75 has managedto local required effort at around benefits he can from the three county schools will be leaving some $150,000 in .:.. /i.../ 11'ii.fdf :'
( set enough arbitrary $580,000. The school board monies available, the$279,991, able to come out in the black operating funds that will not ;' J JttD
figures to mandate school must levy millage to raise that though the actual cash in take under the system next year be earmarked, Temple told 1
funding( at the county level. amount of local required home pay will be less than Southside Elementary Starke the board |
Local school boards in Florida effort. teachers had hoped they will Elementary, and the vn-tech family center
have virtually had their But the county school have for the first time crashedthe school The small outlying
Uixing' powers removed.I'he fringe benefit field when schools and Bradford Let's Talk \ .J
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system is (guaranteed the High '' .. ., .
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,
I state has told Supt. $4,051,000 figure. If more the state pays all retirement School will go in the hole 1, __ ,' 0'' "" m _'0 "r$,<''
temple for instance, that money is generated within the costs of some teachers and the under that policy Temple
Uiddfoid County will receive county the state will con county picks up hos- said Ttcrl ey. .
$4.051JOJ l ()()() in state and county for all Qoooa(
tribute less, or vice versa pitalization costs "I'm here to tell you theycan't Im( (DITJru0!
funds That figures has been .
employees.Also dolt.and we don't have ATLANTA,Ga. Once turkeywas
tirml> given the school board included in the any extra funds to do it." likely to be mentioned
i,\'on before Bradford Tax Pay Package.. proposed operating are funds Temple pointed out that the only in its role as a mainstayof U. S. 301 E SSf Starke. Fla.
Assessor Gene Long has for eight new teachers to only way he will have to end-of-the-year holiday ,,
i reported his tax roll for 1974- From Page 1)) enable Supt Temple to meet generate extra operating feasting No more today, OPEN 9 TO 9 MOM. TO SAT 12 TO 7 SUNDA
ri and before the total state- his commitment on class funds for 74-75 is to cut personnel anytime is a good time to talk
'vide tax assessments will be. Base pay fora beginning loads: 1.25 in K-3 grades 1-29 He indicated he is turkey. PRICES GOOD THRU SUNDAY JUNE 30
I ho Legislature, in ap- Hank III teacher is proposedat in 410, and 130; in grades 11 epared,as a necessity, to do And the word from the U, S. SOME ITEMS LIMITED SUPPLY
AS QUALITY LAST
piopttating funds for its full- $7,750 plus the insurancebenl'fit and 12. that to balance the budget. Department of Agriculture's
I IIIIH I equivalency school and retirement, or Of the $3.8 million figure for The 1973-74 budget will Agricultural Marketing
tm.ince program for the $8,126 Base pay this year for all salaries and benefits, $3,2 come out "a few pennies" in Service (lAMS) is that now is
-.1'i and year, i has mandated the same teacher is $7,350 A million will go for instructional the black if nothing unforseen an especially favorable timeto
ih.it local advalorem taxes be Hank II teacher on continuing salaries, $100000 happens before the end of this enjoy this merican MANY f MANY CLOSE-OUTS
used to raise $487,3'J9,8')9! !) to contract and 10 years ex in cafeteria worker salaries month. Temple pointed out classic Marketings of new- ,
land( Florida's education perience this year earns and $80.000 in bus driver that he had to make up some crop turkeys in June are
-,item State coffers will $10.395. and next year would salaries, plus $360,000 in retirement $216,000 in funds he budgetedbut expected to be 10 percent LOOK FOR THE
:nu'rush the remaining earn $10.795, Beginning social security, and didn't receive in 73-74 to greater than a year earlier
51;i D14.283.941 to fund the teachers would get $105 increments hospitalization. balance the budget, his second and cold storage holdings will
Innda School Finance1'i each of the first In addition to the $3.8 balanced
straight spending also be large -- meaning at-
I op'am which in 1974,75 will ihiee years but upon going on million it takes some $500:; ,000 bill since he has taken office. tractive prices for the consumer GREEr TAG
NU.il $1.501.68JI"0: statewide. continuing contract alter the to operate the five county The$216,000 was made up by a .
Kiadtord; County's local third year would receive a school for a year $4 051 $50,000 timber tax settlement To perk up the menu on hot,
I Iuu"cd clfort into the $487 $630 jump. million less the $3.8 million and "scraping," Temple told heavy summer days serve
iimon\ to be raised by Teachers had requestedthat leaves some $251,000 in the school board. cool, lean turkey in sandwiches FOR 'BIG SAVINGS
pi opertv taws will be figured experienced teachers operating funds. Another Next year, meaning the salads, or as an horsd'
dividing the total state tax receive larger raises, but the $245.000 will be raised via: 1975-76 budget, the $120,000 in oeuvre. Turkey adds a
I nil I tor 1974-75(not yet known) salary schedule gives $400 $30.000 in un pledged] race prior adjustments and. a festive touch to any 'picnic,
nto the Bradford County tax increments most of the way up track tax funds, $150,000 in including Fourth of July
roll for 1974-75 ( not yet and down federal food reimbursements outings
known), The resulting percentage Though the benefit and pay $15,000 in shared positions Funds Found...
will then be package fails to reach the (From Page 1)
figure with Union County $33,000 in a 18 INCH FOLDING LEGSPORTABLE '
multiplied by $487,399,899 to $1.000 mark for which education
career project
,U'termme how much Brad- teachers were shooting, Supt. $7,000 in the Safe School Act, A drawback to the special worked with him in County $ 3 3
of the
'ord's i i share of the funding Jim Temple apparently does and $20,000 for children of funding judicialsecretary's Court She works in Judge 3
,Mogram will be Therefore live up to his commitment to federal employees attending office for this year Carlisle's Gainesville circuit
'-.mailer percentage of the give instructionalpersonne175 school here.Roughly. leaves the employee filling the court office. That led to Judge GRILL
'itc, lax roll the local tax roll percent of new monies The that $500,000 is position, Mrs, Evelyn Strunk, Crews' request for a seventh ,EA
the mailer the amount of package is some $26,000( OVl'ri5 exceeded by the following minus her state retirement secretary to be funded for the
otal required effortxanous percent of $274.991 the expenses: $130,000 for Hep Williams, however said Eighth Circuit FOR POOL OR LAKE
last week he is working on said
estimates to date figure Temple is citing now as utilities $151,000 for tran Hep Williams the
otoMded Supt. Temple by the 'actual' new monies. sportation, $35,000 for four having Mrs Strunk includedin additional position for cEA.
the state retirement
systemthis Bradford County was includedin
new buses $40,000 in property 88

SSft'Q&ffRB'RO' B flfcj// M maintenance insurance, $40000 contract for plant judge's The year matter office of in the Bradford circuit bill legislative the He House came session home appropriations from thinkingthe the AIR MATTRESS .

currently being sought.
County closing was brought to
DOCTOR $25,000 for janitorial supplies, position was funded.
PATIENT/PHARMACIST/ light June 8 by Chief Circuit Williams became aware he
IT'S TEAMWORK and $100,000 in teaching Judge John J. Crews' an says, that the position was not ADHESIVE 12X12
supplies.
nouncement that requested
funded
Temple also plans to give funds to keep the office open Clews' June only 8 announcement.upon Judge
each of the five schools in the 77CIE
were dropped from the appropriations Hep Williams said funds to
Working! as a team you, your family phy- county principal a in budget each school with being the bill by the FloridaLegislature's keep the office open, some MIRROR TILES
sitian and jour pharmacist can keep your bodyIn Conference $10,000, were removed from .
responsible for the
Rood physical shape It should start off by operationof Committee on Appropriations the appropriations bill in
his school. The
superintendent "II thwarts the and
haxiiiK a check-up to see just where you sUnd.'then people conference after it left the
promises that 90 percent, their access to the cowls 1 House SELF ADHESIVE 12 SQ. FT.
if all Is well. you will try to keepit or more, of the funds earned Bradford
particularly in
The office of Sen Bob
that way by following sensible health rules. by that school will be where they have had a residential Saunders Gainesville, VINYL $ 3 3
budgeted to each school.
judge for more than 80 chairman of the Senate 3
Ways
diagnose
But should your physician an
By providing each: school "
years, Judge Crews said and Means Committee said BRICK PANELS
ailment it is lime for positive! action. If as part with 90 percent of funds it The problem arose upon the the senator was never contacted
a this action doctor calls for medicines Temple he BOXOF6
of your earns says is death of Judge Gem'ge L about funds for the
or other aids we stand ready to supply themto getting two years head starton Patten, a resident of Starke Bradford office and that the
you promptly and efficiently. With good what will become a state who served many yeal.'J; as a senator was unaware the 5 PIECE CAR KITBUCKET'SPONGEs I

health teamwork you are always a winner requirement judge in the Eighth Circuit. request was in the House
Judge Wayne M Carlisle of version of the appropriationsbill
10U OROIR DOCTOR CAN PIIONF US THEBH.\DFORD Gainesville was appointed by or that the funds were cut 77CI'EA.
when >ou need a delUery.Ve will deliver CU TELEGHHII Gov Keubm Askew to serve from the money bill during '
promptly without extra charge. A great many Published out Judge Patten's term. conference Such court funds ,, .
ptoplc rely on us for their health needs. Weilcomc every Thursday; Under a new policy initiatedby are usually allocated by
\\ requests, for delivery srn'Ice and charge at 138 W. 'all Street new Chief Judge Crews, the circuit explained Saunders'
.counts.. Starke, Florida 3JOU1! circuit head- 5/8"X50'F FOOT
T judges are not Administrative Aide AI Also '
quartered in Gainesville. brook, and the senator was not
Phone 964-6757 For Dependable DeliveriesKOCH'S Second at Starke.Class postage FloridaSubscripllon paid Judge Carlisle is in the nor aware of the request at any REINFORCEDGARDEN $ 8 8
thern three counties of the
( stage during the legislative 4
DRUGS circuit, Baker, Bradford, and session. HOSE

PRIM'KIPIIONF :' l'IIt.\1I3Io.: trade area: $6 KatesIn ,no per: Union about two and one-half Both the office of Sen. EA58"X50' .

J 1 66 W Call St. w ,,,.,.? Starke, Fla ;year: S3.50 six months days basis.per week on a regular Williams Saunders state and they Rep.will seek Frank a

Judge Carlisle brought with FOOT
regular appropriation for the
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Ruth Douglas Weds Mr. Outlaw In Brooker Baptist : I


Deborah Ruth Douglas, f fl7cthtizde The? Mw !

daughter Howard of C. Mr Douglas and Mrs.of f l I

Brooker, and Beville Thomas '
Outlaw, son of Mr. and Mrs. tict jrL JIg ye Woofy Society e11iilorr 64. 7608

Lavern II. Outlaw, Sr., were ... ..... _.
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united in marriage Saturday,

June Brooker 8, Baptist at 8 p.m Church in with the Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Hodges, Sr. Celebrate 50th Wedding Anniversary Retired Teachers

Rev. James L. Temple per-
forming the nuptials, Mr and Mrs. Evan W. 1rwi the hallway,and were covered Install Officers
Hodges, Sr., of Brooker, with gold cloths, with a candleat
Henry Flugee, organist, and celebrated their fiftieth each end and a large Mis Frances Hamilton wits
Mrs Eddie Douglas, soloist, wedding anniversary on arrangement of golden rosesin installed as president' ol I Iht
presented a program of Sunday afternoon, June 23, the center. Happy 50th Retire i 'I'eaeht' l'i s
nuptial music.Highlighting. with a reception at their Anniversary was written in ( in tin impiessiMlemuony '
occasionwere gold lettering behind the gilt
home. Hosts on this ) in the Hi'adieu'd
' the altar were their five children, Mrs. tables. (ounly school adininistraliM>
two large baskets of pink Doris Snyder, Jacksonville; At the start of the reception, building last t 'Ihuisdaviiioimnt
mums and white gladioli E. W, Hodges, Jr., Hampton Rev Jim Temple, of Brooker ;.
against a background of Lake; Mrs Veleita Lovelaceand r_' Baptist Church, read a Jew Mis Georgia; Watson i ol'
palms, two spiral candelabras Mrs. LaVerne Edwards, n verses of scripture, and Lake Butler was the insl.illmjjnl
and arch candelabra with r both of Brooker; and Mrs. L opened with a beautiful I ner. Other liters! takingpositions /
lighted tapers for the can- LaVonia (Bobbie) Gnann, of : 4 prayer weie' ,\lissKatliiynt
Mrs. Pearl Markey, of
F
dlelight service Middleburg.The
\ I I1t1 It Kppeison of Loki
I honoree, Mrs Hodges, r Brooker, played the wedding (Butler vice.piesidcnl :Miss:
Mr. Outlaw attended his Mae march 50 the
son is the former Rubye years ago on
as best man. Ushers were \., Greene, daughter of the late l .. .,ft ,. i.. Hodges' wedding day, and the Madge> JllssI11l'Y Middlolon! ( senU.nand I aulkni'\i
Jimmy Outlaw, Greg t, .t"\ Ozgood and Lizzie Greene, of same march was played on 'lioasuicr
Douglas, Lavern Outlaw, Jr., :, Lake Butler. Mr. Hodges is the same organ by Mrs. Mis Hamilton .
li il
and Greg Dodd. ... the son of the late Rufus Markey and recorded on tape. over a short business 1 pi nll'.tlllat (si<
Hodges and Mrs. Mamie This was played during the
s which time mil
plans:
Mrs.Steve Crawford\ servedas Hodges of Brooker. reception. 1
projects for the mil
I> summi> i
matron of honor. Mrs. Mamie Hodges lives
Bridesmaids were Misses bodice was enhanced by a A reception was held in the with her son and, even thoughshe Approximately 225 guests tall sessions' woe' (distussedltlrs. :
called the hours, 2 to 5 II. ( Kilcli, soittd .
during nIreshnieiits
Donna Strickland, Dottie deep plastron front with peau educational building of the is in her nineties, she was -
Kelley, Diana Freeman and d'ange ruffle. Her A-line skirt church. able to help celebrate this .i ) '- o'clock, and the couple to the group
Mrs. Lavern Outlaw, Jr had insert bands appliqued at Mrs. Guy Harrell greeted occasion. received many lovely and c
The matron of honor and the hemline. Site wore a guests at the door, and Mrs. Hodges, the honoree, the useful gifts. I
attendants were gowned alikein chapel length mantilla madeof in the receiving line white dress witha Hodges' daughters. Each where the guest book table Mr. and Mrs (Hodges have
standing wore a long arrival received "thank :Mr ", "I1\lrs. J II I. A I J.ahUIIalill ,i
long pink gowns enhanced double layers of bridal were the bride and groom, white overlace bodice. With you" a was covered. with a gold and ten grandchildren, nine step- Mr and Mis li.ili igliUi
with bands engraved in gold and white lace cloth, held a grandchildren, and two great-
illusion of single
with multi-colored smallI'lowers. edged their parents, and bridal this she wore gold accessories wrapped 'annul "('IC in (UikH.unl;
in a gold haveresidl
I The fitted bodice peau d'ange lace. She wore attendants. Braxton and orchid ring. candle and a gold and white grandchildren. They
Betsy a purple corsage. The honor guests d Brooker all their last I Friday i< visiting Mi: milMis
featured a scoop neckline and diamond earrings and kept the bride's book. She was presented with a seated in the were pom porn arrangement. Gift in : )Dennis) Hianm
living room, lives.
bishop sleeves The hemline necklace, a gift from the The bride's table was diamond ring from her tables were arranged down
and carried a cascadeof -----_._._-------_..-_----- .... ---------
supported a wide ruffle of groom covered with a white organza husband for the occasion. ------------ --------- --
matching fabric. They wore bridal pink roses, white cloth with underlay, and was The daughters and
white picture hats with a carnations and baby's breath centered with a threetieredcake daughter-in-law wore long
'I'low'ing pink satin streamer. with white lace ribbon topped with a miniature dresses in pastel colors, with Sawyer Slade
They carried nosegays of pink streamers with baby's breathon nosegay. This was balancedby white corsages. I
bridal roses baby's breath it. silver candelabra and an Granddaughters of the
and white\ daisies with mat- arrangement of white daisies honored couple kept the guest
ching pink satin streamers. Mrs. Edwards BurnsComplimented and pink roses, Mrs, Wayne book and assisted in serving Gas & Air ConditioningCarrier :
All the girls wore pearl Parrish and Mrs, Lavern Dyal refreshments.The .
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Miss Cane Wood was flower Mrs. Edward Burns organza. At one end was an the Hodges daughter, Mrs.
girl and Ed Douglas was ring was epergne of daisies and roses. Edwards, who also made the
honored at a farewell lun-
bearer. Assisting were Mrs. Cecil mints. Maker
cheon last
The bride, given in Thursday at the Melvin, Aileen Green, The serving table was
marriage by her father, wore Kingsley Lake home of Mrs. Charlene: Melvin, Lane beautifully decorated, with
William
a gown of silk organza, poised Mark's Peters given Altar by St. Temple, Mallene Wells and the punch bowl, holding gold
over layers of starched net The buffet Episcopal Guild. Mrs. Malcolm Harrell. punch, at one end, with traysof
:and bridal !talfela. Her empire table was cen- Following a trip to South nuts and mints, and the
tered with
a yellow and green Florida the couple is residingin cake placed at the other end.
pompom arrangement. The Brooker. Behind the table was a large
individual tables, where the bride and with let- I
Tennis LessonsOfferedByClub The groom are arrangement gold
twelve
guests were seated, both graduates of Bradford tering, "Happy Golden ri
were centered with miniature High School. The bride also Wedding Anniversay,"
floral
spring arrangements.The graduated from Santa Fe flanked by two tall can-
Guild presented Mrs. Community: College and is delabra, each holding seven .
1 ennis lessons are now Burns with a gold cross as a Brown I
employed by P. Ause candles.
II
being offered at the Starke memento of the occasion.
in Guests entered
Jr., attorney-at-law, the Hodges
1.011. and Country Club for Mrs Burns will move to The Gainesville. home through a golden arch II I
members only Mrs Melba Cathedral: Town House apartments .
The groom is employed byE with a gold 50 suspended from
(Howard There is are the teacher openings for Monday in Jacksonville next I, DuPont in Starke the top, and were greeted by I

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June 29 at
family pool party on BTU
the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. Odom were the winning BTU Cooling
Harold Davis on Kee Street couple at Duplicate Bridge J.y 1 Return Gas Furnace
Tuesday night Mrs. James
Members are asked to bring
their family basket full Mmesmger and Jeff Wren-
picnic
shall were second and Dr. and
of Swimming gx( >dies. will be from 3 to Mrs. Ari Watana were thirdBIRTHS Or The

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Robert G.Carlton and Mr. and
Club held their !first
meeting
Mrs Hussell Thomas of
of the 1974.75 season Monday
Starke
evening in the new Chamber F

of Commerce( building with (
the president Boa Kimmons,
presiding. SEE THE FAMOUS I II

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Criminal Justice for SEIKOWATCHES
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Sandra Register, Michael Bach tJu\f(0CW(

0 Exchange Vows In Outdoor Wedding CPg(0Cp 8 gj(0CU I I


& d I\lrs. Bobby Welch and !\II'. and I\I1's. Jimmy: II's. Betty CI'aford and
: F i Iwa" children of Savannah, Ga are Thrasher und daughter 01 :\II's. Barney: Ill'Hae'iMtl'd
visiting her parents. Dr. and Winder, Ga.. I\ll's. odll'l'Y MI', and I\I1's. Gene !I'IIM, 111
Mrs O. L. Haynes, Jr., this Hans of Gainesville, Mrs L. Gainesville Monday altel'l1ulll1
btr week. Weekly of Ocala and Milton und celebrated Kevin Pass
Weekly of Daytona 1 Beach lillh birthday.Col .
Gary and James Blackstone Weekend guests of I\lr.
dtJ of Dallas, Texas are visiting und were !\Irs. K W lIayes at and \Irs.! 11. 1\1. IlalCher
family center Mr. and I\1rs. C. G Hill for two Kingsley Lake Jr. were vacationing III

weeks. I\lr. und Mrs Charles Fields flat linburg, Tenn. last wet'k

I\lrs. Carl L. Johns, Mrs F.J of Jacksonville w ere Saturday. j. Friends of \Irs.! \1'1'111111
Shaw, Gina Shaw, Kathy visitors of his l11othl"Irs.! Silcox will regret to learn that

ooooQOOO( I ( (!J( oooa[! ( ( $ .. Yt ty spent Springs Kopelousos,Sunday and !\Iarty at Silver Shaw 11. I Fields.Mrs.. Jack. Waters and she the mumps.is confined at home \nth

daughter, !\Irs. Ken Johnson

OpenYZTO; ; I\lr. and !\Irs. Charles IlI1d son of Tallahassee 111'8.Vt.'rgie WereSaturday !skridge; I\lr. and of I\lrs.OI'landoH'I'Marion

U.S. 3a1 Starke, FI a. I Sunday Durkee and from family I Framingham will arrive, 1 Flynn.Mrs. visitors. of weekend:\II's. Homer guests Stern.Mr 01. 1\11' and"

!\lass. to make their home at

PRICES GOOD THRU SUNDAY JUNE 30 Li their. cottage on Kingsley.Lake. returned! J.from L. two Gentry weeks has in and I\ll's. A. 'I', 'l'i111101

Macon. Ga. with her son-In- Tampa spent last F'idaIIHI
AS QUALITY LAST SOME ITEMS LIMITED SUPPLY Hick Johns is home from law and daughter Mr and :Saturday with I\lr and'1.: .

,Jacksonville University for Mrs II C. Beall. Tullie Norman.

the summer. Joey and Lynn Jordan of Attending Boy Seoul camp

e I\1r. and 1\1rs. Charles Live Oak were Monday at Badl'n-I'O\I Camp near
Francis and family were visitors of their grandparents.Mr Melrose this week Lire: BI\,
visiting friends and relatives and !\Irs H. A. Lawson ('o per, Curtis 1 Davis. Kl'nll\
END OF MONTH in Tennessee last week Stephens, 1 Dirk :-dlll1idt. TI() hI I
The home of Mr. and Mrs arrangements of springhou'r's l-nroute: I\lr. Francis and son, Miss Evelyn Sindair of :Schmidt, John :Sammon
I Freeman Hegister. Jr on Kevin I\hller Chris F'rlOS.
Silver trays, holding John David, attended the Orlando visited her pother
,
Hampton Lake was the Sinclair, on Terry I\lundm'lf. Walter 1IIIHI.
an assortment of linger foods, Braves baseball game in I\lrs. Clyde
setting for a lovely outdoor were passed to the three Atlanta on Saturday. Sunday before her two weeks Freddie Stephens, JI', K'nnHodrique }
wedding Saturday evening, :
hllndl'l'd guests attending the vacation in California. John ('OOPI" .
June 8. atS clock, w hen Miss Hobby Smith, and Chuck
Miss Beth
l'I'rl'llIony.ll's. Wimberly
i Sandra Gene Register and. : 1 Don :0:1'1'1: and !Mrs celebrated her 82nd birthday Mrs Leslie Bigj.ts of Atlanta HIj.tis'ter. 1 Families of the boy.
George Michael Bach exchanged Gilbert, Gold ire cut the Sunday afternoon at a family and I\lrs. Huth Baker of Jacksonville joined them Wl'dl1l'sday night
vows in a ceremony bride's cake. !Presiding at the gathering at the home of I\lrs. were Thursday to for l'III11IIy Night at the camp
SAVINGS BEGIN performed by 13ev Stephen mulch tables were Mrs Joyce ;Nelson; Green Homemade ice Sunday guests of!\II'. and Mrs
I\lcCord.The bride is the daughter of Sandl'rson, Miss Gail Bmn- :ream and cake were sern'd. Vernon Silcox (See I'uge! 5))
son 1\rs.! Carol Brooks, and
and I\lrs.
I\lr. Register Belly
ASSORTED STYLES Wade Register, of Starke. The 1\1rs. Nancy Calhoan. Mrs

gixss; : .- bridegroom is the son ofMr.and bl'ide's Kathy book Whitehead and Mrs.kept J. the Elardy
11 pF \P: I\lrs. Michael Bach of WELLS ELECTRIC
headed the
( receiving
Greenville, N. C.
't.v line.
LADIES The ceremony was per-
SHOES2 Mrs Linda
Assisting! were
O formed in front of an arch of
Johns, I\lrs. S. G. 1 Denmark,
pastel flowers and fern placed
:\Irs. J. 11. Dennis, Mrs W. B.
on the shoreline at the I\lrs. Olin White, I\lrs. SERVICE
RED. WHITE. BLUE. BLACK Register home. Yellow and Jerry l\lundy Gay, Mrs Charles

SZ. 5 TO 9 white potted chrysanthemums Ilutcheson I\lrs Clyde Ter-
6 6 were placed at intervals on
the lawn, where the wedding ilIegar, I\lrs. J. B. Godwin, Electrical Contractors
$1 Mrs Gene Long, !\Irs. L. A.
LADIES SNEAKERS guests lakeside gathered for the Canova, I\lrs. Paul ;\Il'ng, and ff ;
ceremony.
II
PAIR :Mrs H. A. Colson. et
Paul Faulkner, organist, te
Following a wedding trip to
and !Mrs. Bob l\Iilner,
Jamaica the couple Is residing o\\ / ICS
LADIES SIZES 8 TO 18 nuptial presented music.a program of at Hampton Lake. '2A s t\\1\

$ 3 1\lr. Bach attended his son SeYVteeRESIDENTIALCOMMERCIALINDUSTRIAL
us best man. Ushers were SEE THE FAMOUS
Larry Crawford, I Freeman
NYLON SLACKS Hegister{ III, Gary Bach, l-d: SEIKOWATCHES
PAIR :Sturgeon, John Calhoan and

Buddy Million. DIAL 964-6061
GIRLS SIZES 6T012 The bride, given in
marriage by her father, wore AT
$ 3 a formal length gown of while WOODBURN'SGEM SERVING STARKE AND SURROUNDING AREAS SINCE 1949

maracaine jersey designed JEWELRY 744 N. THOMPSON ST. STARKE 32091

NYLON SLACKS \1 beaded ith white with floral pearls\'enise, outlining lace 109E CALL ST P.O. BOX 607
-
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PAIR the bolero effect of the empire --
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bodice. The long, filled
sleeves featured cuffs edged

LADIES AND SIZES ASSORTED STYLES 1 OFG\_\, \. attached in flared the wide skirt chapel Venise extended length lace.to train.The an B cZG1cacZ IIyA.LtIrtED IfO. ,d warehouse summer S Niu )' 3 S


\c She wore a fingertip illusion
KNIT TOPS 2 Q PFL veil edged in matching floral
Venice lace attached to a
camelot headpiece trimmed
LADIES SLEEVELESS in Venise lace beaded with .ERV
pearls. She carried a bouquet
POLYESTER DOUBLE KNIT $88 of pompoms and majestic it C
daisies w ith streamers of seed ICE
pearls
PANT SETS !\Irs. Larry Cra\\ford of i. no>,t
SET Hampton Lake served as
matron of honor Bridesmaids
were :\Irs. Tommy Kessler of 4n
SIZES 3 TO 6X 11
Orlando, Miss I\latha Dennis 1' ltl '
of Tallahassee, Miss Susan r t I9t
$ Bach, and 1\lrs. Gary Bach or ,
1 Greenville, N. l' Mrs
GIRLS PLAY 1.
SETS l Freeman Hl'gister 111 urStarke
E and Miss Lisa Mitchell 9 r I
of Hampton Lake. ,

INFANTS SIZES 6 MO. TO 18 MO. length The attendants gowns of dandelion wore formal and I

44 early green vOile featuring un E i I I
$ empire bodice of white eyelet t I I
t i
1 printed with bouquet of navy l j j I
I
TERRY TANK TOP EA. yellow 1I0\\ers.. The green sleeveless, and gowns red I t rf

were styled with wide, ruffled = I Club Chair has ,...,.Ibl.
.al.u.than. loom
LADIES SIZES 8 TO 18DENIMSHORTS White straps rick-rack in the floral encircled eyelet.the UWZ Th. cocktail /able and ceai room cu.hlan..11.101.

waistline and bordered the 'W. /.orur. ru r .curdy drum cenrtrahenrllh
bceuh.I walnut celorlnl.h..
88
1I0raiiabric that trimmed the
$1 deep ruffle flounce at the
hemline. They carried 4 piece S"lar' _

PAIR bouquets< of majestic daisies
with baby's breath and
colored) l streamers Th" u."a.lI. 1I.lna.aa.. OPiN STOCK PRICESA/r.r Sal. 4-1.. O.up Intlud.t: Wllel GROUP (Intiudu
SLIGHT IRREGULAR a.aua f.awra buh In end 4-'c. SehMd Oaup .$111.00 $19100 *
Terri Crawford of Sd.b.d
Hampton IVo 4-'c.
taboo with ALL OreupIYs loom
Luke served as 1I\\er( girl and lamlna'od ..10"hh". "'00'' "U'with I Rom Divi tie,.. x9,95 Alt...,,93l.l. V WiINn' End Tabl.. PIECES l DI..,... e..k..11 Tabl.)
$ 0 I..,. look andcel 01 .Iat. .rell.nad
LADIES II ore a while eyelet gown with C..k..11) T.bla, .$19.95AI.j. :ol., ClvbMetthin Chair .h .,122."
I: ,
!
II.wI .
rim and
rickrack t green Aft., Sol. Inns '1"007eemel'doUd Alt. Sal. "Ie. 56.00
PANTYHOSE I ribbon sash. She carried a
FOR basket of yellow daisies. SatliHlld 011 t:7tie eon itloneZd soda Stee/leu.
I Freeman Register, IV attended
ROOM SIZE AND
as rang-bearer MULTI-ROOM SIZE FROM FINE FURNITURE STYLING

LADIES SLIP ON Orchids and silver candleholders Hnl1CULON! ''IJf

were used on the SAVE U $ ..
bride's table at the reception
99 following theedding GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY r 23,200 IITU DOUIU CONTlMPOItAAY ,
PLASTIC SANDALS cl'rel1mny. The fruit punch BUY NOW SAVE NOWI r SLIIPU ..-...,
;;
IRREGULAR table and champagne punch $36995 69 (1"0., weed Trim en '
rtldS.IOW Ou arms and
tables were covered with 51'0' thick ttrthion
"Y'J 1970 L.r.l'. On In hewn, Gold er, lIack/ 11.raulen 1111$
white cloths and held pastel 1 UAC
AND SUPER Comparabl. NULTI-l cooper. a. .259! $239.9
Mod.I.. All CONDITION"Th.
Alvarez Family MI rk / / Thin, fan speeds A.reaareulae'louva./ ..'
DELUXE ,0.,01. tartmu.us Uo and dawn a.. .w...
12'S44C Plans Reunion PORTA.COOL i ?

KDTEX ROOM SAVE $$$. ,
IIH!
The family of J. 1\1. Alvarez NI / AIR.CONDITIONER. Li:: 7,700 ITU I 12HSQul.k
mount panel. T.p, ehe
and Lucia Alvarez
Sharp will + .
dlahar.vldor
.. $ 9S (Aba..) CONTIMPOAAA
IRREGULAR LIMIT have a family reunion and % 2. 36"wlda. 189 7Z" SLEEPER
1.0. SOFA
I with
covered dish dinner Sunday t Ci SAVE 666. DILUXI !rant pan.!'. H....channl d.nay bark team end $139.93
June 30, at 12 noon at the t ATV $ 9s A'I.cONDITIONII' POITAOOL ROOM 20AC cu.hlan. Slash ., 01,.. plus''t tempo. .. 1199"

105C Graham cottage on Kingsley i9AC 139 Quick .Mount ......1.. light .....,lIan t'.nn,. IAOOKWOOD A O ,.
DISHCLOTHS Lake, All relatives are invited star.2."10 C..ea'::16" wi.' ...central knob.. rib window MODERN I M
to attend. SLEEPER(IRi1bq' )
67" M..n Ii_.
HERITAGE ELECTRIC SAVE S s s with dab.v.quelled bed pla.lit,,;
IRREGULAR LIMIT 10 Friends will be Interested to "IIII il l II II i- STRIP ROOM III 9,700 IITU ern.nd peddd .....101. $199.95 .
learn of the wedding of the III) AIR CONDITIONER tam...ra a nit" OOH5

c former !Miss Marla Moore to I I II q III fwa'anlral.ten te.d.Anti-f..Conceal'. ca".I. I $22 995.9' t4."CULON'_ __ _IcaI1lIr4.._;_!! 'w
1 0 Veit Peter Ziegler which was 1 V "l, wiwi 27" h 40" wide .....r (ii.iti
WASHCLOTHS solemnized In the Kloster.klrche I'iVpliV' l SLEEPER
LOVE SEAT
EA. Langenzenn, Germany I / SAVE 666 CLASSIC.cOOL loan. mwldd cabin.ROOM AIR win CONDITIONER Mt 50" 1'.lIIon.1 .1"0'.
on Sunday, June 16. II,000 TTY COOT a' break with -I) uea. Twe sped wn tra f...y. Rd. print.
Mrs Ziegler is the daughter of ifEC If t00 NIAT $29995 'It wl..dowl 7!" b 40" wlM. Y lay Now end S... $20IA
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Mrs Martha It I AfI r Sol.
IRREGULAR Moore of $199.95
LIMIT 5 121995
James Green T.Cove Moore Springs of Starke.and I See Dill Wilson at

50c I BAD COCKS
BATH TOWELS Miss Gayle Hatcher Is

employed at Disney World
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Good Johanna Fowler Enlists In ArmyMiss Local admittances to Starke Personals :,;; I

Johanna Fowler Pvt. Fowler was assisted in Bradford County Hospital this Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sch- Mr. and Mrs. Freddie and
;>.
.' Mrs.\ Judith Moody ;:
Niataritioxa.
: : daughter of Mr. Charles L. :)\{ 1 her enlistment by local army week include: Patty Eakin, wab of Merritt Island and Stephens had as recent daughter, Chrisla, have.
Q. If a product carries nutrition Fowler of Hampton, has enlisted in the Womens Army cent Yirak, Richard Lee, Jr., weekend guests of Mrs. Thomas of Sherman, Miss, three weeks '
Information, will It automatically advancedto Gainesville after
Corps and is presently Pvt. Fowler was Mrs. Eva Mae
Griffis, Myrtle Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Seeley and Mr and
Include the amount of assigned to Ft. McClellan, the grade of Private First Wallace Faulkner, Gadson daughter of Kissimmee, Mr. visit with her parents
polyunsaturated and saturated Alabama for Basic Orienta- Class E-3 upon entry on active Griffis and Bridgett Thomas and Mrs.\ Jerry Alkire. They
fat and cholesterol education Starling, Mrs. Grace Hitch and Mr. and Mrs. Wesley recently returned J Irom a
tion.Miss duty based on Starke; George W. Rivers, and Mrs. Houston McClane daughters of Gainesville, Mr. three-month tour of South
A. The manufacturer may Fowler graduatedfrom credits. Graham; Mrs. Rita Rogersand / attended the Arts and Crafts and Mrs. W. R. Starling and America.
provide these values but is not Bradford County High Mrs. Pauletta Phillips, Sidewalk Festival in Gaines- family of Kingsley Lake, Mr.
required to do so. However, School and holds an Associateof Lake Butler; David ville Saturday afternoon. and Mrs. Edwin Starling of and Miss
when they are on the label, it Arts degree in criminologyfrom ( vr' 2rdMXwW Browning, Raiford; Mrs. Lawtey, and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs.PuulineStonc Archer
Mamie Anderson of
must also contain this state Santa Fe Community Y Mary Dinkins and Raymond Mrs. Martha Johnston and Nick Thomas of Starke. The week with
the first of the
spent
ment: "Information on fat and// College. She was employedwith Johnson, Lawtey and Harold had cookout the
at
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ivey, Jr. ; son, Jere, of Miami were family a their sister( Mrs. E.: M. DavisMr.
or cholesterol content is pro- the Florida Highway and son, Jim of Portland, Waldron, Hampton. weekend guests of Mr. and Stephens home while here.
vided for individuals who, on Patrol and assigned with the Oregon are spending two Mrs. James Barron. They all .
and Mrs Eddie
division of License Mrs. M. L. Smith of Tren- Douglas
the Drivers
advice of a physician, are at weeks with Mr.
theirparents, attended the wedding of a Miss June und son visited Mr.. und Mrsfames
theDean's
Hardy was
the Starke station. ton, S. C. friendsin on
modifying their total was visiting
dietary intake in
and Mrs. J. E.: Hardy, cousin Miss Jane Herndon to list for the ROWe in Sanlord ClVl'rthe
of fat and/or/ cholesterol." PVT. Fowler chose the Starke Monday and Spring
Starke,and Mr. and Mrs. Iveyin Evan Smith in Gainesville .
Here, for military;police option and will Tucker Ga. Tuesday. The late Rev. M. L. Quarter at Valdosta State weekend.Mr.
example, is the fat// Saturday afternoon.Mr.
June, vho home
College. was
cholesterol be stationed at Ft. Carson Smith was pastor of the First
information for Colorado. PVT. Fowler will Methodist Church in Starke 50 for the weekend, is interningin and Mrs. George
PVT. Johanna Fowler wnurII
Mazola .
margarine. The portionsize and Mrs. E. L. Matthews -
Madison this summer. C'anova held a picnic birthday
is 1 tablespoon ((14 grams). undergo Gordon police training and at will Ft. II J JuLvf years ago. Miss Madge Middleton, dinner Sunday at their homeon -

Fat .. ,, .. Georgia also SPEFCNh 3 and Mary Anne Miller at-
11 grams study such subjects as Search PFC Paula Young, a Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Underilland Mr. and Mrs. Warren Kingsley Lake on Mrs\ L
% of calories ,.. . 99 and Seizure, Investigation and Bradford County High School family of Intiatlantic tended the "Sound of Music" Winkler and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. (ranova s birthday.Mr. .
Polyunsaturated .3 grams Interrogation, Unarmed graduate, is presently spent the weekend with her and brunch at the Thunder- E. Denmark returned last
Saturated ,, ., ,. .2 grams Defense, Military Law, and assigned at the Military parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. bird Dinner Theatre Sunday Thursday after a threeweektour and !Mrs. L. M. Stoner ot
Cholesterol ,. .. ..zero methods of apprehension. Police School as an instructor. Moncrief at Kingsley Lake. afternoon. They also attended of Europe.: They were Ocala and Miss Rose Holler ot
the 50th anniversary receptionat accompanied by Mr. and !Mrs Clearwater were weekend
the Arlington Civic Club John Anderson of Callahan, guests !Mr. and !Mrs George
honoring Mr. and Mrs JesseA. who will return I Friday after uweek's W. Brown, Sr.BenSuslow .
Budd, Sr. Susan Budd visit with her
parentsin
ALL ITEMS REDUCED AGAIN accompanied them home andis Germany.Mr. who has been .1
the guest of Mary Anne for patient in the Gainesville: VA

several days. and Mrs. Clyde B. Hospital,has been transferredto
IN OUR SALE Terwillegarand Mr. and Mrs. the Keno/.a Nursing Ionic.i
Mr. and Mrs William William S. Glover returned 87 Shattuck St., llaverhill.
e i Schuler of Baltimore, Md. of last week from Mass.
WE MUST MAKE WAY FOR NEW FALL FASHIONS ARRIVING SOON were last week guests of Mr. Tuesday week's vacation at Green: a

r and Mrs. W. R. Richardson Turtle Cay and Treasure Cay Athena and Greg !Moore ot
j<) aboard the Yacht Flora B II. Salisbury, N. C. are spendingtwo
U Mrs. E. \, Norton and weeks with their' grandparents .

daughter, Sarah, visited 11rs.Norton's Mrs L. C. Early is visiting Mr. and Mrs.\ Fred

t\e SAP KNOWN FOR FAMOUS BRAND daughter son-in-law Mr. and Mrs.and friends and relatives in Anna Rennet, Sr.
111. this week.
... Richard Macaheda
s- and .
1\Iidwl'l1\liII'r Valdosta.
VtP rfr NAMES, BRINGS DRASTIC REDUCTIONS daughter in Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Gary Ga.: was the weekend guest of
Monday. Sarah remained fora Lamonda of Gainesville were Mr.\ and:Mrs.. J. F. Hloodworthand
BEFORE THE week's visit. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. daughter, Ellen.
Maxie Carter, Sr. Also
r Mrs. S. L. Peek, Sr. spent visiting the Carters over the Mrs. Edna: Hutchinson ot
.. Tuesday and Wednesday with wel'kl'ndere Carlton Faulk Lake City is a guest this weekof
t
her son-in-law and daughter, and Miss Mary Addington of :Mrs W. B. Ilul1(1at\ .
shr Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ward, in Jacksonville. Kingsley Lake.
Lake City.
Judy Lynn Canova of
Orange Park visited her Mrs. J. \V. Kim-aid Mrs O)
Mr. and Mrs. J. Mathewsand
W. grandmother Mrs. L. A. L. Beasley and Mrs (C (C
granddaughter of Clinton, Canova, last week. Steve lloppe have returned from .i iweek's
Tenn. last week with her
spent vacation at Red-
Canova is visiting his grand-
sisters, Mrs. Harvey Edwardsand Beach.
mother this week. dington
Mrs. Homer Stern, and
The Bradford-Clay Counties
brother, Tullie Norman, and
Realtors held a dinner Mrs. J. II. Moseley returned
their families. meeting Tuesday night at the Wednesday alter a iwo weeks
Starke Golf and Country Club visit with her son !and'
( ''r ALL MISSES Miss Trish Myers is a preceded by a refreshmenthour daughter-in-law.\ and Mrs> '
.: p .. counselor at Camp Merrimacin at the home of Mr. and Jay :Moseley.. in KnoxvilleTen
= .. PANT SUITS the Black Mountains, N. C
I Mrs. Clyde B. Terwillegar nThat's
I for two months.
s '} AND
,
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... DRESSES '
i. .#

-. .. SIZES 8 20 t
A. MQp
REDUCEDJUNIOR C
) LARGE RACK OF JR.

: riff; PANTSUITS 0 EFFICIENTO

NMIA
.5 AND MISSY
DRESSES :
\
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REDUCED


.4 REDUCED Why Over 60%



AI CINDERELLA CHILDRENSSPORTSWEAR PANTY..HOSEPATRICIA. t Of All New Homes in



I I ,, AND DRESSES

REDUCED BUY ONE PAIR i Florida Are Mobile

GET ONE PAIR
y
FOR QUICK SALE \

1 FREELt Homes

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BABYSKIN fh

PANTY HOSE \4\

REQ. M.75 \

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NOW ifSWIMWEAR n, pl


$ -j 35

FAMOUS BRANDS



ALL JR. a MISSES
BIKINI AND ONE PIECE

SIZES 3.15 1 10.20MARKED
y

DOWNFOR L.rr+a S.f

FAST SALE

y.; John Brown'sPRICE


ONE RACK OF


SLEEP WEAR JUSTAFEWLEFTONE MOBILE Home Center

MARKED DOWN
WERE TO .
RACK OF BROKEN SIZES $135.MEN'S
FOR SUMMER CLEARANCE Hwy 21 473-3775 Keystone

a WOOL g SUITS.................M995
I

NATIONALLV KNOWN BRANDS MEN'S LONG SLEEVE WERE $12.

HALTERS, TOPS DRESS SHIRTS..........................*7 1 Has Fin OVERSTOCKED

MEN'S GRUBB WERE $7. SRLE In
BLOUSESJACKETS Progress
.

PULLOVER SHIRTS...............$400

PANTS & SHORTS MENLSITi AMOUNT $1WEORES080

f REDUCED KNIT PANTS..........:; y i' Prices On A Large Selection


.. ONE GROUP FARAH REG. S 18 $20
? Off Double Widcs And Singles
.1 2
CLEARANCEWOMEN'S DOUBLE KNIT FLAIRS....... :

Are Drastically Reduced
., .
BETTER MEN'S KNIT AWERL IIU5 ''h i
ENDS
ODDS &

SPORT COATS..........:X.........4995
ONE We Have Repossessed Homes
$
TABLE 1 .EACH 6995 WERE S89 95 You Can Move Into For 150 Down ;

MEN'S KNIT SUITS..............
ONE ,
$3. EACH
TABLE ALL MEN'S BETTER BRANDSTABLE Ask About Our Down Payment

ONE SWIMWEAR AND Ha Small As
$5. EACH $2. OFF Exclusive Rental
S35D On
REGULAR
WALKING SHORTS I Ie
Plan
PRICE Purchase Some Homes

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I .TOOTHPASTE # I VERY DRY I II I HAIR SPRAY I I
5-Grain........ Limit 1 BLADES
7-oz. Size
Family Limit; 1
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I SWABS L : ; I I RUSH I II I -I II I SHAMPOO Ii I I FLEA COLOR f
Box of 200 double t Your choice of 2-oz.trial size.for 4 15-oz.plastic bola 1M mki Kills fleas' for
: L1 1 f 5 0 39 -dayt. .
I 4' Limit 1 'issswi 3 3I I hard. Limit 4Wnh I I Oily skin. Limit 1 II I Limit 1With II I 6 Reg.99cw.thoouponthru I !

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14oz.size of soft 1 14 oz. Shatterproof IlI Choice of ass't pop ( trial conditioner pound bag. ,
i **z bottle.Also use as /. 0 0 ular fashion right for long R'g 83c. .ti
6 7c pure, silky powder. \ I 49c gargle. Limit 1--I. j ja 1 shades. Limit 2 i 13 hair. Reg.& extra 8e Limit! : 2 ::;r: :o11 -'".
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INTENSIVE POWDER f-.r- AIR CONDITIONING .,t.. IBI
1 CARE .. I I TABLETS I CRAYONS 'a e 6"I I COMPACT I AIR FILTERS I
DentureCleanser ft A For Lips.Cheeks 8.
LOTION t Box of 40. UU Eyes. Shades.. IIO A Pressed or LooseII ( Assorted sizes.Change ::
i 29 Foi dry hands& 6' (>> Limit 1 Limit 2 I size.skin.....Limit 3.5-oz.1 trial 1""J I I li1 I Limit 1 I fuel costs. Reg.59c
m- coupon uS.Wrd.V Junt 29 I..... With coupon thfu SturdVJuno 79i y1 yWnh .1 Wrth coupon thru Saturday June 2*' With eoupon ihru SMrd.V June 29 With coupon thru Saturday June 29
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PACK OF 100 I IA I JEWELRYM. jewelry Assorted necklaces,earrings,botique, I LLOYDS TRANSISTOR I II j

T pins,etc Limit 2 POCKET SIZE
Kith coupon thru Saturday June 29 i /

1SWEET'SUGAR # AM/FM RADIO I

granulated sugar substitute! LIMIT 1 I LADIES 9TELESCOPINGANTENNA I
SCUFFS 9 AM/FM RECEPTION
I Tarry&quilted I :r' EARPHONE e HIG H-IMPACT JACK CAST 3 1/8"/ x 5/8"
t C cotton.Ass't. .
179 sizes. Reg. 119. You usually get what
I IWnh.oupn you pay for With this
, With coupon thru Saturday Juno 29 LLOYD'S 9oaeew* 8 8 fine radio from Lloyd's
t 6tANU11It0{ "asv6aa 5 9 0 10a/ it's you UL get approved.even more and

SUBi111111E 11 '-l 'A'Itmf r r /. ---, With pupa thu Without Coupon 10.991
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SHOWER CAP
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1\\ I 8 Lace trimmed vinyl, -. g
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38 floral design. d
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Lemon. 39c yarn. MAC ,
28 or Limit 2Wdh Reg. i) 188om Ass; colors. Reg. 1.29 or Terry. no 00 No.3708. Reg. iR.':.jh I i22 antenna
I I I Limit 6 I Icoupon I r>'a Tricot Reg.t079c foot sock I II I 13.99With I IIIII I Reg.Model 27.95WMh N610 I
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I LIQUID, J I CELLO' Aft 1/2"TAPE 1500"" .,/)I SCARVES". I p..nl.lhl.. coupon end I II
Assorted prints .I ,
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I 4.75oz.BATH.Size Reg.SOAP 18c, Limit I 4 L II I 14-oz.SPRAY can.Kills household grms.\..:>_:...."' I II I Z 0 Sizes for R the entire R. family.I E 5 Z II I 5%strength,4-pound DUST bag. Reg.79c.Limit 2 I I Mulhplea lighl.2.wd.,wry 8ng8 tad paker iIIum'Nted. .Mod.1 d.I., sl.'nd'ulo.1. -e.' .

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I CORN I II I !E I II II I Super ROD Iwth Rod Southband 6-ft. Fiberglass 730 SPINNING A Reel/with I II I SUNTAN LOTION I I MAGICUBES I IJ If
I 9" White Reg. Limit 2 ,J LINE. Reg. 13.88 3 cubes 12 flashes Reg. 1.69
I I -(1 / I 20Z.TUBE I II I II

I 4 Container Reg Big Tub 69c Size II I t ( /VI ':. I 88 I .. f'"II, II I LIMIT ONE I II I 19-,, cor

I I II 1 I A rcidy to liih. combo With w'lIll 1 I 59 C REG. II
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TEA MOTOR SplMOVIE, FilM'I" T-88 FILM
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can. 3'mfw '
200-two Poker,Bridge, 1 Reg. 57c 0088 CAMERA 3 asH
Reg. 1.39 I
9 9' 9 9' 34 MAGICUBES
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I PORTABLE I
Removeable tripod metal legs. 4-position
positive grid adjustment. Rustproof, chrome LANTERN JJI I
plated cooking grid. Reg. 8.83GALLON mmmmmjnn Fluorescent light LAWN Fl II
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I Kindergarten Classrooms Set In Lake Butler i 2 TeenagersTo SS Benefits To Increase For PoorestPeople

Conduct receiving the new This will be because the new
supplemental security income social security amount would
LAKE BUTLER A located at the Lake Butler Board held Monday, June 24. and some that I had expectedto Sulley, of Gainesville.The payments (tile Gold Checks) make their monthly income
$229,000 contract award for Elementary School was "Prices are getting so high bid have withdrawn from kindergarten projectwill Story HoursMiss will receive an increase in equal to or more than the
i the construction of a kIn- finalized at a special meetingof that prospective bidders are this project," remarked the have four classrooms and July, according to Edward G. amount that they could
dergarten facility to be the Union County School afraid to place a bid anymore, Board's architect, CraigExpert's will be of the open type "pod" Karen Hutchins and Copestake, social security receive under the supplemental -
construction designed for a Miss Katrina Coleman are district office manager in security income program
maximum capacity of 100 working with the Bradford Gainesville. $146 for one person and $219
children. Construction is County Public Library, in These gold checks are for a couple. >
Recommendations Due expected to begin Im- conjunction with Florida received by many persons
mediately and the completiondate Vacation Readers Program, with little or no income and { i
I is 10 months from the "Follow the Reader to a limited resources who are 65 _
award of contract. Happy Face." and over or blind and
On Middle School Cooling SystemA Only two bids were receivedfor The following schedule of disabled.
the Board's consideration.One Story Hours will be effective "The amount people get,
from the Watson Con- through August 5. BC Library- depends primarily on other
written list of recom- A report, hopefully, will be Hall presented figures window," said Graudons. If struction Company of Mac- Monday; Tiny Tots-lO:30: income they might have,"
mendations to correct the ready for the school board showing the school board has the system doesn't work after clenny in the amount of a.m.; six years and up3 p.m. Copestake stated. .
operation of the faulty next Tuesday.. spent $18,928 to make the proper maintenace, there is $256,000 and the low bid of Hampton City Hall on Starting in July, these
Bradford Middle School and Jokingly terming the Trane heating and air-conditioning possibly a design problem, Music and Worth, Con- TuesdaysAll ages 11-11:30: amounts will go to $146 and C = .- f
Vo-Tech Center complex air- technician "the phantom operable at the middle school said Board Member Hall. tractors, of Live Oak, for a.m. $219 under a recent change in
conditioning( and heating expert," Temple said the and vo-tech center. The "You can't keep on putting $229,900 was awarded to that Lawtey City Hall on the law meant to keep the
system will be given the technician got in and out of the statement contained 20 items, dollars down there" company by unanimous ap- all supplemental security income
school system by a Trane county last Tuesday, June 18, mostly to Johnson Service, Graudons stated. proval of the boafd.Superintendent Thursday ages 11-11:30: payments in line with the -
Corp. technician who without contacting the ad- beginning in April, 1973 and Graudons also said he was James H. a.m.Reno Recreation Center on rising cost of living. Paymentsin
examined the system last ministration. Word was left ending June 5, 1974 The not contacted about main- Cason asked for the Board's Tuesday thru Friday's Tiny some few cases may not
Tuesday. Supt. Jim Temple that recommendations will be amount excludes main- taining the school system's approval in seeking at least Tots 10:15 10:45: six increase because of the in- "Let me go through oem and
told the school board Monday made in writing Temple said tenance by the school staff air-conditioners.( He was three bids from area banks for and 2-2:30: ; years crease in Social Security see what coupons are good this
to the school staff ArchitectDon which cannot be exactly reacting to a previous the deposit of $200,000 in Pratt up Street p.m.Rec. Center on benefits at the same time. trip ."
night.Our Morgan, and EngineerRoy calculated Hall pointed out. discussion by the school board construction funds for( a Wednesday's and Friday's -
Country... Turknett. "I told everyone when they and architect that no local period of 90-120 days. The high Tiny Tots 11-11:30: a.m.
Maintenance SupervisorKen were building down there the technician would work on the interest bid from the banks The Library welcomes Montgomery' Ward
(From Page 1)) Young was with the system would never work system. will determine the depositoryfor children of all ages to par-
technician at the round house properly as designed, but Supt. Jim Temple In- the funds. Supt. Cason said ticipate. 964-8090 Starke, Fla
7-30 p.m. is a water skiing where the three big 100-ton nobody believed me," stated structed Business Manager the funds had been on time
exhibition by Karen Crosier Trane units are housed. Bill Graudons, Starke air- Eddie Douglas to( see that all deposit for the previous 120 3 DAY SALE
and Ken Carey. Karen has Young said the technician conditioning technician and local technicians get an op- days but the time had expiredon ;
won many trophies for her made six recommendations: former school board main- portunity to bid on the June 22. Limited Quantities
trick skiing and Carey will that the equipment was tenance employee. maintenance contract In another matter the board
perform a parachute routine cutting off at low head on the "You're just throwing currently being sought by the approved the Superin- .
DRYERS ((7)
) why.. S179"AIR
while skiing. temperature control side dollars down the drain, school board. "Get a copy of tendent's recommendation of _. ---.
The Boat-A-Rama Parade because of two malfunctioning Graudons told the board. the bid procedure to all local Nancy Powell for ap- ---
will begin at 7:30: This thermostats, that the huge On British trains, the cow-
p.m. "You can put more controls people who might be in- pointment to the elementary
year (there will be two units were picking up exhaustair down there and it's like terested," were Temple's teaching staff. catcher is called the plough. CONDITIONERS ((3)) 5TcBTU $124M
divisions. One division is for and recirculating it, citeda throwing money out the Instructions
pontoon boats only and the dust and dirt problem, said I
other division will be for the air-conditioner coils
regular motor boats. Each needed cleaning, that the I
entry is required to have an round house needed cleaningout
American Flag on board. The and that the technician
theme for this year's parade is added 2200 pounds of Freon to
"Lest We Forget." Judgingthe the system.
event is Evelyn Long, Young said his maintenancestaff
reporter for the Florida Times has cleaned out the round
Union,and Col. Howard Dunn, house so that trash will not get
commanding officer of into the system, and washedthe
Marine Air Training Support coils.
Group at the Naval Air Stationin The middle school air- How
Jacksonville. A third judgeis conditioning system came up some jobs
yet to be named. at Monday's special meeting
Entry blanks for the Boat-A- when Board Member Rodney
Rama will be available at the
City Hall or contact a memberof
the Sportsman Club. All Local Drug
entries must be in by noon,

July At 4.the conclusion of the Arrests are worth in
awards Boy Scout Troop 105 Up more
will present a pageant on the
history of the American Flag. GAINESVILLE- Arrests for
Following the pageant Col. sale or possession of narcoticsin
Dunn, former POW for
a Bradford County were up
seven years in North Vietnam, substantially in 1973 over 1972
will make a short speech.At according to the annual reportof
approximately 9:15: p.m., the Florida Department of
there will be a fireworks Law Enforcement. todaybArmy
display by the Keystone Narcotics arrest data
Heights Volunteer Fire gathered for the 19-county .
Department. District II area which includes
Master of Ceremonies for Bradford County shows that
the day's festivities will be arrests for the sale of nar- ,
Charlie McGlave.Official host cotics in the county increased
for the event is Mayor Ray from 1 to 7 and arrests for Take a look at the challenging jobs below. t
Starnes. possession of narcotics in-
During the fish fry creased from 4 in 1972 to 20 in Not
them. You
registration will be held for 1973. everyone can get must qualify first. But, if you can you'll be
the Rotary Swim Program.This Sale .or possession ofmarijuana ,
year the program will accounted for most eligible for our $1500-$2500 ""Cash Bonus
begin July 8 and will be in of the arrests made in Option"And :
session for two weeks. Bradford County as the

festivities The "Our are Country made possible Day" following: breakdown indicates most of the jobs are open to women.

I r through donations. Redfearn SALE: 7 cases (up 6 from1972)Marijuana The
of bonus
urges citizens to support the ) 4 ; amount depends on the job. You'll be expected to serve a
program both physically and hallucinogenic drugs, 3.
monetarily. POSSESSION: 20 cases (up 16 4-year enlistment. But the bonus will be
in
Kitty McGlave will accept from 1972))..Marijuana, 11; paid a lump sum when you
donations at the City Hall. All synthetic narcotic, 2; other

checks"Our Country should Day.be made" out to hallucinogenic non-narcotic drugs drugs, 2 1;; complete your training. (In most cases 16 weeks.)

paraphernalia, 4. You'll receive expert instruction. You'll be trained with the actual equipment


Food persons StampSome receiving fl Mix-Up Division of Fixed Family Services you'll use on the job. And you'll learn a skill that could lead you to ,


Supplemental from the Social Security Security Income also increases announces., household The size new and a successful career in civilian life, as well as the Army.

Administration who were pre amount of stamps,are: 1-46,2-
viously notified they would become 82, 3-118, 4150178, 6-204. 7- Here of the
are
ineligible for the Food 230, 8-256, 9-278, 10-300, 11-322, some jobs :
Stamp Program after June 30, 12344.
may pick up their food stamps Due to the increase in Social
in the month of July as they Security income some clients Construction Machinery Radar Crewman
have before. will be paying more for food
The Division of Family stamps in the month of Operator Radar
Services was notified on June August, 1974, the Division of Mechanic
19 that these clients would be Family Services states. .
eligible for the month of July Notices will be sent to the Missile Crewman Radio Mechanic
1974. according to the Family clients effected by the Social .
Services office in Starke. Security increase. '
Beginning July 1 there will For further information Missile Repairman Electronic Technician
be an increase in the amountof contact: Division of Family
food stamps that all food Services, P. O. Box 809, Electronic
stamp clients will receive. the Starke or phone 9647310. Repairman Telephone Repairman

Electrical Instrument Tank Mechanic

Bible Answers:

Repairman Electrical Plant

OF WHAT DOES YOUR PUBLIC WORSHIP CONSIST?
Radio Teletype Operator Operator
New Testament worship is simple, direct and sincere. Tir6ee,
who engage in the type of worship that is pleasing to God are Map Draftsman .
guided by specific New Testament teachings. Then, they may be Inventory Clerk
assured that they are worshiping "in spirit and in truth." John
4.23, 24. We show our devotion and adoration of God by doing
the things that He has commanded. It is equally important to omit
Ask
the "commandments of men" since that would make worshipvain. Sgt. Wayne Glenn About The
(Matt.. 15:9): ).

As the churches of Christ follow the New Testament plan they
engage in five distinct acts of worship. ((1)) The Lord's Supper;
BONUS OPTION"orthe
"and upon the first day of the week when we were gathered "CASH
together to break bread. Paul discoursed with them." Acts 20:7,
The original Greek implies the first day of every week was their
custom in partaking of the Lord's Supper In this,"they continued
Steadfastly." Acts 2:42.: Also, 12)( ) teaching, ((3)) fellowship and ((4))
prayers.I Acts 2:42): ). ((5)) Singing together"with the spirit and the
understanding," making melody with the instrument that was
specified by God the heart.Ephesians 5:19: Colossians 3:16.:
"TWO YEAR TRAVEL TRAINING OPTION"Call
We do not dare and do not desire to change the pattern set by or
God for approved worship. We must not go beyond the things
which are written I Corinthians 4:6.:

BG4-G792 or 786-5800 Collect

Southmidv Church of Chrfmfc:

Serve 3 questions MILES to SOUTH: OF STARKE Schedule ON of U.S.ServicesCasey 301 Recreation Dept N. Temple Ave. Every Tuesday

A.Carlisle, Sunday

.Minister 3, Box 68 11 10a.m.a m. Bible Worship StudyRt. Normandy Mall Jacksonville AnytimeI
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.tr 2 Homes,


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ttD Vandals
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family center

Rio> homes high school
I buildings and ii food son'iw
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and ihit'M-s over" I the past' 1 1l'I'kI'nd
W00EJ m m + \\ according to I heSlaikc
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U.S. 301 SHOPPING \'andals< paid a (l.inuiuinuisit .:
CENTER Starke Fla. \'! l 10 the I Hradlord Ihgh
School!
MMlH'ImH' OUT the
OPEN 9 TO 9 MON TO SAT. 12 TO 7 SUNDAY wit'k-rml and broke nut a i total
i 01 l I'l! umclous and a /ulussdonr
PRICES
GOOD THRU SUNDAY in ,I huildiims<
AS QUALITY LAST SOME JUNE 30 I This is the new Chamber of Commerce office building on Manager John Myers and Building Committee Chairmanthe Fie windows anil .1 ul.isj.door : 1 1,
ITEMS LIMITED SUPPLY corner of Walnut and Madison Streets. Chamber Harold Davis are standing infront.facing Walnut Street \UTIbiokrii mil al,I I the
high scliiH, l "A" bmldinu/ i;
window I sat I I ho h.iiKlnmni :and
rAG 1 Chamber :3 t each ill the industrial I 1 arts
New OfficesWith
Occupies and I Voc-Trch building/
QEARANCE i I "1111' ol. 'hallos' !I'
I I'liiH'ipal/ nl (the high
the help of many Governors for supplying contractor, Florida Pest New!': construction is being I sil.'M'l. inoalod' .1111| ,| .uross I tinstiiil
cooperative business peoplethe building materials at cost for Control. undertaken so last that two 1 1 horn the hlJth ihinil
Starke Bradford Chamberof Construction Property at the corner of monthly awards had outlivedits was oho! mi I the \.iiul.iK< ,
Commerce has moved into The Chamber recognizedthe Walnut and Madison (Slt-1o8)) usefulness the board itinerarylirrc Iliov hrnki'
its new office building within outstanding contributionof Streets is the site of a former decided.i out 4 \windows ol' a loaibedloom
the planned budget Harold the following who made the Standard Oil service station Accordingly, letters were III| the home aixl I
Davis, building chairman building] possible: Standard Standard Oil of Kentucky sent to the following umdou I III| a i IronI bedloom
reports. Oil of Kentucky, Starke City donated the property to the businesses thai nude 'I Inezes broke into he(
Moving was completed June Commission, Jackson Chamber for the new building. significant improvement to Kentucky I'Yled" Chuken loodsir
13 and the building at the Building Supply Sawyer- Due to legal problems the their property in May: I Dairy \ Il'(* iiullol 101I on \"1'1' h
corner of Madison and Walnut Slade Gas and Air Conditioning property had to be donated to (Queen. Charley Johns 'I'c'111,1111' .\\enne and I i'a usedln'n
Streets became the new homeof Clay Paving and the City of Starke which, in Agency. Florida Theatre, '\ l.iniaui In Die Ironl
the Chamber. Construction Company, turn, traded it to the Chamberin Bullinglon's Studio and jilt door and .1 l'l ;an'ltc' M-iulim.
Construction costs totalled Florida Gas and exchange for property the Shop. Paul's I Drive-In iii.u liiiH1 .\n undrlei inn'.'(d!
$12,545.48, according to John Hydrocarbons, Carlwood Chamber owned on East Call Cleaning Leila's( I Dress and ainiiunl nl ash w.iv; ''a"1,
GOLDEN T WATT Myers, executive vice- Interiors, Wells Electric Street. Gilt Shop Slump's Department Iron I ) the mat lime,
president. It is the first time Service R. V. Durrance In other June business, the Store Ciirluinid Interiors The liiinio ut.1,1Iiii'sl.uloi'
the Chamber has owned its Pump and Supply Co.,B and B Board of Governors decided to Slone :Shoe Ki-p.nr. mi :North (Clieir" Sliifl 1 r.,i-
1 O offices. Drywall, Reese Scott, con.tra'clor send letters of appreciation to London Bounty Shop. Judgo" aided 11\l lhie\es ,11I.1", I I'
LIGHT BULBS Marc Jackson was James E. Teston, businesses who improve their Elzie Sanders and IK-M'ick 1 L.IIIUO" snmle: liani'l -IIC.IUM. .:
EA. recognized by the Board of contractor John Diggs, interior or exterior Inc v.1 i* n'III\c'cI""II, lln IIIUIMEvcryDavLowPricc


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10 TELEGRAPH June 27.1971




I Education GroupThe Names 2 Officersadvised & 0jffifamily


Bradford Education teaches Business Education at that committee that Following Mrs. Clark's :
Association elected a the Bradford High School on she would not be a candidatetor decision not to run, the
:. secretary and treasurer at continuing contract with five re-election and did not nominating committee met r
; their last yearly meeting and years experience.Vicepresidential. wish to be selected. again and presented the nameof
:: made nominations for the can Mrs. Jean Clark acceptedthe Mike Reddish as its choicefor
k offices of president and vice- didates in the August election nomination from the president. The nominating -t
=:: president.Serving. will be Vicky Beal,John Snell, committee and no other committee is made up of one ((7tl, (partial
as secretary for the and Joe Warren. Mrs. Beal names were offered from the representative from each of : cerater
q! 1974-75 school term will be teaches at Southside floor at the March meeting of the seven county schools. CRimrsQOpportunities (? .
;: Mary Agnes Ferguson, Elementary on annual con- the BEA. With the vice-president spot STARKE
..: Southside Elementary School tract with two years ex Mike Reddish was selectedas vacated by Reddish the ,
: kindergarten teacher with 10 perience. Snell, Bradford vice-presidential nominee committee decided upon for Service t
., experience. High School career education and no other names were Vicky Beal as their choice for
years Susan Scott, Brooker counselor, on continuing office.offered from the floor for that vice-president.Elections for the of 9:45:Sunday; Morning- Sunday Worship School at 11, ooooo Eoo aooaoa(! J (
Annual posts
Elementary School on contract with six years ex
Contract with three years perience. Warren teaches Mrs. Koren then told the president and vicepresidentwill o'clock; Church Training,
experience was elected to radio and TV repair at the Vo- group that no other take place at the first 6:15: ; Evening Worship at U. S. 301 HE NTPERG Starke. Fla.
serve as treasurer for the Tech center, on continuing nominations would be allowedat meeting the BEA in August. 7:30.Monday:: Girls Ensemble,
coming year.Nominees contract with seven years the June meeting accordingto Meanwhile, present 6:30: -- Youth Choir OPEN 9 TO 9 MON. TO SAT. 12 TO 7 SUNDAY
for president are experience.The the rules of the BEA. president Mrs. Koren will p.m.;
However, in Mrs. the education Practice; Deacons Meeting 7
Louise Koren and Mike nominating committeemet May represent
GOOD THRU SUNDAY JUNE 30
PRICES
Koren announced that the association during the time
Reddish. Koren teaches 8th in March to select officersto p.m.Tuesday
social studies for the be elected at the June rules would allow more before elections are held. --Children's Music
grade nominations from the floor Program and Activities, 2 AS QUALITY LAST SOME ITEMS LIMITED SUPPLYEND
Bradford Middle School on meeting.
continuing contract with four At that time Mrs. Koren, and that she would be a My Neighbors o'clock.
years experience Heddish now serving as president, candidate for the office of Wednesday -- Family Night "
president.Following. Supper 6 o'clock; Hour of
the an- Power; R. A., 6:30: ; Teachersand j.
,
nouncement of Mrs. Koren's Officers Meeting] 7:15: ; -
Church Choir Practice 8
candidacy Mrs. Clark
removed herself from o'clock.
OF MONTH
nomination stating that she
had accepted only after being BEN P. BRYANT, Pastor
told that Mrs. Koren did not
? intend to run.
*JKWS When Mrs. Clark droppedout ObituariesFreeman
AHis-Chalmers. the announcement was
made that the rules of the
Our big ones BEA stipulate that if a can-
work the didate removes himself from 1u'Sl CrosbyFreeman
globe. nomination the floor will be
SAVINGS BEGIN
Our little ones stickpretty opened for further "Just .what." I've always Crosby, 72. of
close to home. nominations. wanted Route 2, Starke, died Satur

CASH & CARRY TlRElNC day.hospital June after 22, in a a long Gainesville illness.He 12 FOOT BOTTOM

was born in Bradford
County on June 2, 1902, was a
412 E Call S' 964.5800 retired sheet metal worker, $11995
COMPLETE and had also been employedas ALUMINUM BOAT
!a jailor and radio operatorfor
FRONT END SERVICE the Bradford County
Sheriff's office. lie was a
2 SPEED FORWARD AND
ALIGNMENTS BALL JOINTS member of Heilbronn Baptist

BRAKE SERVICEAll Church.Surviving is his wife, Inez REVERSE ELECTRIC $
Carmichael Crosby, of Starke. 2l !$
Funeral services were held TROLLING MOTOR
Tire Prices Including at 2 p.m. Monday in the
Heilbronn Baptist Church
.o Mounting BalancingINTERSTATE with Rev. Tommy Howe
conducting. Interment was in SIZES 3O TO 42
Conner Cemetery with DeWittC.
Jones Funeral Home in
78- 4 PLYPOLYESTER charge. $500
Home is where you'll really appreciate this lineup of MENS PLAID PANTS
lawn and garden products from Allis-Chalmers. Need a
tractor with total yardpower and a wide range of attachments Mrs. JoinerMrs.
'We've got six of them. 8 to 19% hp. Or choose 6-6-6 CHEMICAL
either a 5 or 8 hp riding mower that cuts as fast as many 4 For Margaret Kim Johns
A78xl3E78xl4 1 68 50 LB
so-called tractors. Or do yourself a good turn around the Joiner 18, died Wednesday. BAGFERTILIZER $1 88
yard with one of four rotary mowers. .19 and 1 4 For *80 June 19, in Shands Teaching
21" cut College Gainesville as a
Look over our brand of yard power.You'll find F78xl4 4 For $3700 result" of injuries received BAG
-1 when struck by an automobile
our little ones handle some mighty big jobs.
S.W.
--; G78x14 while riding a bicycle on
MM*CHAVMIft* 34th Street in Gainesville. She "D" SIZE EVEREADY
9200 P
4 For had lived most of her life in
G78xl5 Hampton, and was employedby 2 PACK A

COOPER'SNURSERY H78x14H78x15 Gainesville.Eckerd's Drugs in BATTERIES 44 C :

4 For 9848 Surviving are her husband,
Danile Lee Joiner Hampton; K
& FET From '/F8 To 2" one daughter, Kimberly
Michelle Conner, Starke; her
SILVER FLIPPER

t; Landscape Co. ? I Bank Americard f Also Financing Available Johns.parents brothers,Fort Mr.Gary and McCoy Mrs.;Johns three L.G., $ A 7

CASH AND CARRY TIRE INC. LAIN
2111 N. Temple Ave. Starke, Gainesville; Kenneth Johns, SPRINKLER
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three sisters Mrs. Rosslyn
Black, Lake Butler; Miss 50 FT. ALUMINUM
Janice Johns Jacksonville;
and Miss Marty Johns, Fort $ 44
McCoy; and her Grand-
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Cunningham Softballers Second

June27, 1974 TELEGRAPH Page 13
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la; : In 13 Team Tournament HereCunningham


3 Gulf's slow Three local teams enteredthe 7-6, Baldwin Chev. 24-4. Dean, left fielder for Robbins. Cunningham opened! with a i
s pitch Softball team finished tournament played at General Electric of Gainesville lead the tournament playersin IB-8: /; victory over Hrookor w ith
second in the CunninghamGulf Westside Park. Brooker, 16-8, Waldo 17-2, and hitting with a .500 average. ;a Bob Allen home run. Ti-rrs
I Invitational Tournament Lawtey Skating Rink and twice disposed of second place Uoan hit in 17 of 34 trips to the I larder and Bob Allen Imlh loci
involving 13 area North Baldwin Chevrolet, all Cunningham Gulf, 29-24 and plate and slugged four home ho I plate with u .1! lor ;5
Florida teams June 21-23. finished with a 1-2 record. 297.\ runs. Robbins as a team hit 24 During the second) game
Terry Hardee hit for a .522 Robbins Truck Service of home runs. Cunningham defeated' Micro
average at the plate in leading Jacksonville won the three- John Teagle manager for Reproduction! of Jacksonville:
I Cunningham to a 3-2 tour- day double elimination Robbins, received the trophyfor The Cannon Welding team 14and! hold them 14-1-1 1 in
I nament record. Hardee had 12 tournament going 6-1 in seven the Hobbins' team for from Jacksonville receivedthe batting.
I hits in 23 trips to the plate, games. Robbins beat Harry's slugging the most home runs Sportsmanship Trophy CunninghamlI'prlZl'd! the
I es C wi ,S'. scoring nine runs. Curb Market of St. Augustine during the tournament. Jackie from the tournament. uiuleleatedBobbins loam u illi
'.- a 1(1-4\( victory! at the end ol

I I J Norman's :Farm, Colonial Florist (with'unniniiluim's Hob Alton third and name! I'.ilhSan

lord! homo runs Salliorci l
I Winning In Women's Softball loci at the plato with a .i\ lot 4
t Itobhins: couldn't boar: Ihrir"
I Norman's Farm still holds first doloal asilio\ no/od:Ji!!
;: !first place in Women's inning and scored another run 21: against/ : ('uiiMinuliain/ thin
Zb Recreational Slow-pitch on a fielder's choice by Karen again with .1 bark 'to hack
Softball with a 4-0 record after Jackson given the drug store a game( dcleallog I them 1 Jti!I 7
j defeating Blalock's Meat 6-4 lead.. Trophies( : wore pro.senlod: l h>
; Market 17.3, Tuesday night, Colonial, in the seventh and State Itepresentatltc i !Frank/
with three home runs by final inning, picked up another Williams!
Debra Bleasdale, Linda three runs by Karen Reddish, "We would like lo thank
r S-T-R-I-K-E cries umpire Rick Ezell as Kary Padgett swings and misses In Dixie Youth Cubbedge and Pam Woods. Pam !Macy and Judy Adamson I everyone for making I t Hit
baseball competition.Preparing to grab the fast moving pitch is catcher Dwayne McBride. Norman's scored eight of its a single, error to shortstopand tournament a siu-coss.: sUitt-s
17 runs in the second inning on a triple. Mr and Mrs: chard! : ( tin
Cubbedge's home run, a iiinghum. :.sponsors"' lor ( un
started the

I GF, 3-1 Leads Dixie Baseball double singles Bleasdale by by and Barbara Kelly Terri Richards Brown Woods.,, with Pamlacy's Reddish a! single hit and to scored shortstop.inning on '-. ningham iull

Norman's Later on Macy scored on
and three errors. Adams' triple, making it a 7-7 LLLLDELL( I;
outhit Blalock's 184. ;
As Discount Edges 7-6 By Coke Second Colonial tie. Adams scored the winningrun
place in Colonial Florists 7-6 win Sandra Norman rounds third base on her way to a home
Florist with 4-1 record,
. a when Cheryl Crosby hit to the run in Women's Softball play. Terri Woods is bring shown fiiuLc:
With the second half of playat Allen and Bryant shared the meantime, was struggling trimmed third place Koch'sDrugs pitcher. touching home plate, pushed in by =Norman's round tripper.
the halfway point pitching duties for Discount along with just three hits but 7-6 in the top of the PRESENTS
Guaranty Federal has movedits while Ricky Edmondson and managed to plate four runs seventh inning Tuesday night
way to the top by virtue of Glen Ghann were on the before it was over. when Judy Adams scored the
its win over Athletic House mound for Coke. Discount Mike Jackson pitched and winning run on a Cheryl Norman's Farm To Host Tourney IYLL I &;t t LLLLtttLEEL
and Coca Cola's defeat by outhit Coke 12.8 with Bryant led his team at the plate with Crosby single as Koch's out hit
Southern Discount, both last and Andrews having good three hits, boosting his Colonial 14-9. Norman's Farm, first place Invitational Tournament and Community Bank ol
Thursday night, in Dixie nights with three hits each. average to a respectable ,354 Jan Searle led Koch's at the team in Women's Softball, is starting Friday June 21!, and Starke.
Youth baseball play. Michael Andrews had two hits on the season. Bryan Roberts plate with three hits and Linda holding its second annual continuing Saturday and Contributions toward the FOR THE FIRST TIME
First game of the night saw to help out and Allen and added his two hits with the Lunn and Cheryl Crosby led Sunday. June 29-30 at tournament have boon made COUNTRY MUSIC S BEST
Southern Discount hand Coke Johnson each had one hit. team's total of 10. Tony Colonial with two hits each. Westside Park.Fourteen by Sears Dairy Queen, Andrews
its second loss of the half, 76. Coca Cola's Glen Gnann, the Robinson, Steve Griffis, Koch's started things in the teams are invitedto Drugs and Blalock's 6 Nights a Week
Going into the sixth and league's leading hitter with a Rowdy Waters, Ed Winkler first inning as Debbie Mitchellled play. :Moat :Market.
final inning with a 6-6 tie, Coke .463 average had another good and Roland Randolph each off with a single and was There will be teams from Featuring Guest Artist:
failed to score in the top of the day with three hits. Craig had singles. brought around on a single by Orlando Altamonte Springs. Wnntl.d : GirlsTolMaySofthall Linda Amerson
inning and it set the stage tor Scott and Raymond Hillman Kevin Miller, the league's Diane McNeal and a fielder'schoice Leesburg. Ocala, Jacksonville
Discount. Andrews Bryant led were close behind with two second leading hitter at .434, by Darlene Stancil. Orange Park Mac- Fri.and Sot. Night
off with a single, his third hit hits each. Kevin Griffis addeda had two hits for Athletic Stancil was brought on aroundby clenny and Gainesville. Only S 1.00 Cover Diana
of the night Chub Johnson single to the cause. Mouse and Dwayne McBride Searle and McNeal singles;\ / !Norman's: will start the Girls from 10 to 15:years old From 9 PM-2 AM
lined out to the first baseman. The Bank team let everyone got the (cam's other hit. and McNeal was brought i tournament beginning at 7:15: are invited to play softball
Scott Allen then drew a walk know it was going to be its me win by Guaranty home by two fielder's choice p.m. Friday night. Colonial Monday and Wednesday ultcrnoons -
putting runners on first and night as G.F. stormed across boosted their record in the by Karen Jackson and Karen Florist will play at 10:13: p.m. from 3:30: to ;5 p.m at ..Bobby'sHideaway
second. A wild pitch allowed nine big runs in the top of the second half to 3-1, their only Powell, giving Koch's a 3-0 .1 Admission is $1 for a tournament Summer recreation supervisor
both runners to advance to first inning on four hits and loss going to Coke. Coke, lead.It. pass.Trophies Kick Ezell says that
second and third. Randy eight bases on balls. They Athletic House, and Southern was Colonial's turn to bat are being donatedto middle school aged girls will
Andrews then stroked a single added four more in the Discount have identical in the bottom of the first as the winners by Starke Dairy be organized into learnt for
into short-right field to score second, one in the fourth and records of 2-2.Elks trail with a Linda Lunn walked and was Queen, Carter Radio and T. V. games during the summer 301 NorthWaldoDelttC.Jones
Bryant from third with the five in the fifth to end their 0-2 record due to the post- brought around when Violet Service Starke Wishbone months as part of the Starke
winning run. victory. Athletic House, in the poned games last week. Kendall's grounder to secondwas Chicken, Starke Builders Recreation Program
mishandled and a singleby Supply. Strickland's Landing ""- --
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brought home by Adams and ;
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runs to go ahead when Sissy dfG On Page 1 7 j
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and scored on Koch errors. HOSPITAL ECS. WALKERS, WHEEL CHAIRS
Koch's went ahead 5-4 on First base coach Cary Ht CRUTCHES
I Bramble yelling GO! GO!
two more runs in the top of the
fifth on errors on grounders by GO! in his important job of F KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
r4l ) Karen and Linda Powell directing traffic on the base JULY4'-- PHONE 4733176aoooooaaocxaoaaMBoooooooooooooc
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Old Courthouses to be Nominated * * * * * * *

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After more than six monthsof oh the National Register is ((historical, architectural and
research on the history and also a primary prerequisite of political) ; and bibliographical:
construction of the old eligibility for matching grant- references of sources from
Bradford County courthouse, in-aid (Federal funds to be which this material was ob
an application to place the used for preservation of tained.E. .
landmark structure on the historic buildings considered
National Register of Historic significant in American L. Matthews, chairmanof
h n Illllllty Places is being filed by the history, architecture, archeology the Historical Board of Il I
Bradford County Board of and culture. Trustees, says the group has
Historical Trustees. high hopes that the old _
All properties submitted to courthouse will be acceptedfor

The National Register of the National Register by a the National Register ,
Historic Places, expansionand state as possible entries are which will place it among f -
maintenance of which first surveyed by a other pretigious historic sites
was authorized by the professional staff and approved in' the nation's 50 states "It
National Historic Preser- by a professionalreview should also open avenues for

vation Act of 1966, is the only committee, with expertise obtaining federal matching
official inventory of cultural in the fields of history, funds for use in restoring and
and historical resources in the architecture, and archeology. redecorating the building for u.
use as a county museum and
nation, and is accepted as the
master list of all such The old courthouse has also as rental space" for Bill Hood (left), new president of the Starke Rotary Club
C1 ... properties considered to be already been designated as a professional offices, Matthews presents Past President's Plaque to outgoing president

worth preserving. historic site by a 1973 said. Harry Hatcher Jr, Standing in center are District Governori

Bradford legislative County act creating Historical the The old courthouse is also ...,.,i "\inrl and 0iii ...t speaker. Dr. Robert McLendon.New .
The National Register is an being submitted to the State
Board of Trustees and has

A Costly BargainAttorney authoritative(Federal, State,guide and local for survey been included of historic in a buildings.statewide Bicentennial Bradford County's Commission first as Officers Installed

governments and private Bicentennial project with the I
groups. and citizens Submitted with the possibility of obtaining state
offenses everywhere, indicating nomination form for the and federal funds Ladies
General William Saxbe gave with defendants pleading guilty to the matching At Rotary NightWilliam
didn't commit in order to properties throughout National Register will be a Assistance has been ob-
that has they
voice this week to a matter nation that should be history of the building including tained from the College of
been nagging the conscience of many escape pre-trial detention in jail. protected from destruction or specifications for the Architecture, University of W. ((13111)! ) IImid was !\1. Hatcher Jr. was presentedan

Americans during recent monthsthe impairment.The contractor taken from County Florida, whose students made installed as 1I7-t.7i! : president engraved past president's
apparent unfairness of the short terms In spite of this, the courts have en- Commission minutes of 1902; measured drawings for use of of the Starke Hotary Club at wall plaque and awards were
Register is the legal of deeds transferringthe architect in compiling cost the annual installation also given to Gerald Williams,
dorsed plea bargaining as an acceptablemeans copies .
and suspended sentences given
and and (Fred
even Golf
banquet in the Slarke secretary Lewellen,
instrument to insure that property to the county in estimates for Bicentennial .
most of the Watergate generals, while of clearing the docket, and in the registered properties, 1901! ; maps showing locationof application. Country Club last Friday rcasurer, for their services

many of the privates face the prospect of case of Watergate it is argued that thereare threatened by Federal or the building, including Herschel Shepard well- night. during the past year.

serving years behind bars.It special circumstances that make plea federally assisted undertakings longitude and latitude; old known Jacksonville architect Other new officers installedat The guest
bargaining even more attractive. will be the subjectof photographs of the building whose special interest is the this time by Or Paul Moriof Robert McLendon speaker .Ji Dr,.

is bad enough to see the nation'spolitics Prosecutors point out that President comment and review in as well as current preservation of historic Jacksonville. District president!: of St Johns River|<
accordance with procedures photographs a statement of buildings with Gordon B.
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is assisting
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Governor were
disband the Junior called
ruled largely by expediency Nixon might try to College lor ,i
prescribed by the Act Listing the building's significance this phase of the work. Howell I president-elect; John
down
of
rather than statesmanship, but when prosecution staff at any time, or may JVI>'ers, secretary: (Freeman slowing life the pace tli>|
to
every day tin
give
the same criteria is applied to the hallsof withhold certain evidence to which Register III treasurer; and time to know I 'IIM-II individual !

justice, the effect is one of shattering defendants are entitled if they go on Jim Temple, sergeant-al- asl.1I as to reall.v ,mi,

disillusionment with the fairness of the trial, thus requiring the courts to County Agents arms enjoythe members 01 'IM' ,

court system.To dismiss the charges without a trial. New directors installed f.nnil.v The bpl'akl'l'a III
"ere Howell M: >ers, Jim Americans are apt to toigu
NotebookBy :Jregan.: Jim Minesinger and the really important values ol
Be that it the man'ssense
the man-in-the-street it must seemas as may, average Dolph Reddish life in the hectic pace of e\ou
if Watergate prosecutors are dis- of fairness revolts against seeing day living.
posing of the so-called: "political crimesof defendants who have violated a sacred """ Harold Davis was presentedthe

the century" by the process of "plea trust getting off with a slap on the wrist '" "Key Kotanan" award for (Entertainment during the
1 his work during the past
h year
bargaining." Or to put it more bluntly-- instead of receiving sentences that Bobby dinner" was presented bv' Ihe-
in promoting a weekly
(Girls; Ensemble from the First
wheeling and dealingreducing the should reflect the enormity of their Taylor P program which members of Baptist Church under the

charges in a criminal case in exchangefor breach of trust. J L, the Rotary-sponsored Interact direction of William George
Club visit the business of a :Members of the
the defendant's promise to plead ensemble are
Richard Kleindienst, for instance, was club member during the week
Kathy Taylor Paula (alter
"other
the
guiltyto testify against Attorney General of the United States, and give a report on the interview Alisa Morris Laura Thoma
guy," thus saving his own neck, while the highest law enforcement officer in It's easy to miss the at the next dub Angle Bryant Ann Allen

saving the prosecution the trouble and the land. Allegedly, he lied to the deadline for a newspaper meeting, Karen Crawford, Neva Flynn

expense of a lengthy trial. Senate, but the formal charge againsthim article when you are trying to J Ellen George Lynn Pierceand :
catch after the Outgoing president Harry Ilildreth
up being out of Nancy :
the one to which he pleaded guilty,
office for a week. I had
Saxbe it "It is hardly
As Mr. puts :
was a misdemeanor count of failing to received numerous calls for
reassuring when one man goes to prisonfor testify and withholding information.Even information while I was at

years for theft, while another man for that, his sentence was tending camp with 48 4-H 1
involved in a conspiracy to steal our suspended.John members from Bradford I
freedoms is in and out of jail in the winkof County Most of these calls Y -
were about insects and
"
'
an eye. Dean and Charles Colson, former disease of vegetables and fielc ; ,

Nixon top aides, are both lawyers and crops, and details about the rp Jk Dear Editor: the bare initial costs. plu-
Plea bargaining is one of the most hence presumed to have a special Retail Farmers Market. { $ rowed( $JO.OUOIora brand now
lire truck etc and I hate to
controversial and most criticized
1
obligation toward the law. Each faced Several years ago. appealed that
features of the criminal justice system, and each Even though my response to to Major General think our younger
multiple potential charges, Hampton generation could be
the agricultural calls was W. McMillan. Head of
but it is also the main in which the Henry
way pleaded to a single felony count. delayed, I feel that the week I The National Guard men addledlIh interest 1
courts of this nation dispose of criminal Compare these sentences to those of the spent with our 4-H memberswas I tioning that I had enjoyed payments;! etc for an indefinite

cases. It is a method approved and even small fry who have gone to trial. worthwhile and rewar- contacts with him when I was period (Kspeciall
encouraged by the U. S. Supreme Court, ding. Members from families manager of the Ponce de Leon when $ 10000 could possible
throughout the County learned Melvin Griffis and some of his six acres of Dixie 18 field buy the present lire house
and that is defended by Leon Motor Lodge and I was
one To quote :Mr. Saxbe again: "Fairnessis more of what 4-H is all about corn 12-11 feet high and 2-1 ears per stalk he is growing on the surprised that nobody had and leave several thousand
Jaworski, special prosecutor in the most needed when it is in short supplyor and returned from camp with old J. C. Sapp place off Brownlee Road about five miles advised him that a New which could do so much. both>
Watergate case, who says there is when a problem assumes such great the desire to make 4-II betterin northwest of Starke. Photo was snapped Tuesday morning by Jersey was contemplating exterior and interior on the
nothing intrinsically wrong with plea proportions that we are tempted to their clubs and com County Agent Hobby Taylor. group a slaughter housein present buildings

bargaining.But resolve it through expediency outside munities. close proximity to the new The gist of this letter is to
National Guard I had
the law. ." There are plans and activities Armory emphasize that I hope (hat
in recent months, the term has under that lighter and will further reduce Theycan'tafford to keep their attempted to reach this man when General McMillan:
As of way now calves, and they can't affordto in New Jersey to emphasizethat
matter
cattleman's
a expediency, plea the income. thoughtfully offers all this
taken tone, mostly great things for
on a very unsavory promise our
sell the I
at
current below was attempting to
fill the bill but it is hard valuable
bargaining assistance that it
may 4-H I'll
County Program. be
of wide abuse with
because apparent scuttle his the
Their
I've talked many times cost prices. decisionscan plans, solely on does
for the that it about these not necessarily imply his
to does talking the
layman see in
defendants to near have basis of the location but he
prosecutors allowing about the plight of different a far-reaching affecton blessings for the entire ill-
future.
plead guilty to minimal charges in an anything to help balance the scales of agricultural commodity how much steak and had already headed for fated venture.
their caseloads justice. producers, but our cattlemenare hamburger we will be eating Starke, bag baggage and
effort to ease heavy or The Farmers Retail Marketis
now in a real dilemma., in the next couple of years. furniture. Local Starke William II. SummersHampton
still active and going well. residents organized excellent
There were about 25 loads of opposition, and General Fla
fresh quality vegetables McMillan! came through with
available at the market last 3 Promoted At DuPontEunice "flying colors" by sending
Saturday. There was plenty of Col. Hatcher to voice the
I Ed Fraser Day white and yellow sweet corn, Guard's opposition and this 10 Local
several kinds of peas and combined resistance put the
beans, okra, tomatoes, pep- "Kiss of Death" on the
per, squash, cucumbers, and project. StudentsGraduate
watermelons. There were also
Saturday, June 29, will be a big day in legislator from filling an elective post if many customers for this We now have another

Baker County and a big day in the life of he had voted for a salary increase for thf quality produce, and I noticed situation in Hampton, where

former State Senator Edwin Fraser. office during the previous legislative that several of these had beento the city is planning a new

session. the market before. Civic Center on the outskirtsof Ten students from Bradford
Customers returning for more Hampton near the site of graduated and
Some 6,000 people from all sections of County
Fraser was named secretary of the is a good sign that they are the closed city dump. And as I received degrees from the
Florida are expected to make Macclennytheir Senate in 1963 by his Senate colleaguesand pleased with their purchases. understand it, the Guard will University of Florida, among
mecca on that date to join in the served until 1970 when he resignedto send in a crew and trucks, etc some 2,736 other students
celebration of Ed Fraser Day- tributeto return to Macclenny to devote full Current plans for the as a training project to dig up June 8.Robert.
a man who has served his state and market are to continue sales the muck replace and improve Michael Autry and
time to his nursery business. He from 4pm. to 7 p.m. on each with donated Bradford Susan received
county well, not only as a business man, developed an early interest in mental Thursday, and from 10 a.m. to Sherrill Wade County fill, so that the site will their degree Autry Cotney in Bachelor of
also in the field of .
but politics.A number of billsto 4 p.m. on Saturday. Sales will
the
health and sponsored a be graded and improved so it Science in Pharmacy from
upgrade the State's treatment continue as long as produce is Gordon B. Howell, managerof these years with the exceptionof will be a credit to Hampton. In College of Pharmacy;
prominent nurseryman in privatelife facilities. The Northeast Florida available and people will buy. E. I. DuPont Company's two years as a blaster. many ways this proffered Joan LaFountain and' John
Fraser was first elected to the I hope you have visited the Highland and Trail Ridge expertise is excellent and onedoesn't !Michael Spengler received
Hospital was located in Macclenny market (or will visit the Sherrill and wife, Dorothy,
like to look Bachelor of
at a "gift their degree in
of He has
Florida House at the 21. Plants, announced the
age through his efforts, and he was also instrumental market soon). and give us staff of Julius S. live on Morgan Road and have horse" critically but I am Arts from the College of Arts
promotions
represented Baker and Clay Countiesfor your thoughts and ideas about two daughters. They moved
in the construction of a hoping this pledge of and Sciences.
Eunice Joe W
(Jay) Sherrill
two terms in the Senate, and was Its from their native state of
in which cooperation of helpful Gereral Randall Wayne Davis
county hospital Macclenny was and Glenn S. Wade.
selected the State Democratic North Carolina in 1955 wherehe McMillan does in
later by in his honor. not cloud an received his degree
named
Executive Committee as the party's I spent a good part of last Eunice has been promotedto was self-employed as an issue that some persons have Bachelor of Science in
nominee for State Comptroller after Bradford County has always been week out in the County lookingat Supervisor at the Highalnd auto mechanic. Sherrill is a in mind, and that is that this Recreation from the Collegeof
our crops and livestock. Plant. A Navy veteran, a Navy veteran and member of projected Civic Center, just Physical Education, Health
incumbent Jim Lee died shortly before interested in the career of its Baker Grace Baptist Church in
and
Corn and tobacco fields are native of the Lawtey area might be in a poor location on and Recreation
the 1916 election. Although receiving county friend and neighbor, and we looking real good at the member of one of its oldest Lawtey presently serving on the WRONG SIDE of the RR Margaret Ann Fortner
sufficient votes for election, Fraser was predict that there will be many familiar present time, especially families Eunice makes his the Pastoral Committee. track! As I was directly on the received her degree in

not permitted to serve due to a constitu- Bradford County faces among the 6,000 where there are good stands of home off US 301, north of Wade, who started work at scene one day recently, when Bachelor of Fine Arts from
tional provision that prohibited a expected in Macclenny this Saturday. these crops. Prospects for Lawtey. He is married to the DuPont in 1948 as a laborer a the Waldo Fire Dept pinch- the College of Architectureand
good yields are excellent if the former Mary Francys Locke has been promoted to field hitting for Hampton, was Fine Arts.Thomas .
weatherman will cooperate. and they have one son, David. maintenance supervisor at the pleading with the crew of a Edwin Harper
Growers need good yields and Euncie began his DuPont Trail Ridge Plant. Wade has stalled freight train to either received his degree in
'tot prices to offset increased career 19 years ago, as a been employed as a mechanicfor move or uncouple it, as they Bachelor of Science from the
BRADFORD COmi costs of production. production helper and was 22 of his 26 years at wanted to reach a home on College of Arts and Sciences.
0 if working as a wet mill feed DuPont. fire. They arrived too late to Charles Douglas Inman, Jr.,
at the time of his prevent extensive fire received his degree In
operator
pf1 Pastures and grass growthare damage, and the delay didn't Architecture -
ilr In his new Bachelor of Landscape
promotion. in Linden
reared
and ,
not as good this year as I he will be responsiblefor Born help! One might say that this from the College of
,
position Wade and wife
have seen in the High Florida, could
0 0 past. field services at the three happen on either side of Architecture and Fine ArtS.
have
who
fertilizer costs and low Marjorie, the
C 7s cattle Plant. track, but the salient Vicki Frees Powell received
qT/0N BUS FERGUSON\ -' 'JOHN M. MILLER folks caused many of our Highland children, now reside on SR. feature is that 95 percent of her degree in Master of
Publishers to use inadequate fer- Sherrill was promoted from 100-A near Starke. Wade especially Education from the College of

r* ', ,1.11: ,Psbli.h.d.ac I Thursday sod catered as Second Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke, tilizer. The results will be cleaner spiral operator to served three WWII.years He In is the a residential is on this side of Education.
... evident later in the when of field at Navy during the tracks
JJa. uadet Actet March 3..1879 year supervisor services not on the Civic Donald Wayne Thornton
will be short and member of Hope Baptist Center
hay expensive the Trail Ridge Plant. side. received his degree in
Subscription rate in trade area: f6 per year: (,.50 six month and when cows will Beginning as a spiral Church, the Masonic Lodge, Bachelor of Science in
PfcaM 964-434)3 Outside trade area: II per jrear: 14.00 sU months. .Sta k', Fla, be in poorer condition going patrolman., Sherrill has beth and is chairman of DuPontI Credit As a starter, Hampton is Business Administration from
into winter. Calves to be with DuPont 18 years. He has Mining Employees' considering $35,0oo for two the College of Business Ad-
marketed this year will be worked on the wet mills all Union. new aluminum buildings, only ministration.PageJ.l .



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Jeannette Prescott
SAVE w
New It,1\..i.. Iliiplisl lQEEF
New I liixri:I I'..III|. Ist t (linicli.
liflll it 10'.11"1. ,nut,! Sin.
liamjuoton Saturday, Jum I.,
They played names oul.sidu
from 5:30: to 7, (hen had u
barbecue supper.! There were
45 participating. Kveryonc:
had a good time.RP'ITN.111:1.

: : .D
Mrs Jim Countryman's
Instrumental I Class held a
Recital at the church on
Friday. June 21. Members><<
participating were: Corky
Welch Robin Welch Susie
Welch Sharon Fussed Sandy
)Douglas Angle Andrews,
Frankie Andrews Elaine T
Molt Peter Henry )Drew
Andrews, Tammy Andrews, PEOp
Uremia Hayes,Stanley Hayes,
Tammy Johns, and 'I'ootsie
Tucker Everyone: enjoyed it Quantity Rights
very much. ALL WINN-DIXIES WILL BE Reserved
PRICES GOOD THURS. JUNE 27 '
WINN Dixie STORES
Ih'da I Baptist OPEN; JULY 4 COPYRIGHT 197.4 INC
Baptismal Services had to THRU WED. JULY 3
be postponed that were 'TiL 6 p.m. FOR YOURCONVENIENCE W-D BRAND
scheduled lor Sunday at-
USDA CHOICE BEEFBOTTOM
ternoon. June 2,1:(, because of USDA GRADE 'A'
the illness ol one who was to SAVE SOc Ib. QUICK FROZEN W-D BRAND
MILD CURED HICKORY
be baptized. We pray she'llsoon
FRESH PORK BAKING

\ be Thank well You again. SPARERIBS SMOKED HAM ROUND ROAST HENS

Mrs..Jl'unllurt would like to 3 TO 5 LB, AVG.
take this opportunity! to thank
ill her Christian\ friends lor
their help in furnishing\ her LB. 69ceBU.TT58C TlON 49c
!home 28 LB


The Sol''rILIA.Nlsll'S Hrooker Sob tball team SHANK 4 8
competed in the Cunningham $1 -soJ SHENANDOAH DARK MIAT

Marke Invitational last weekend.Tournament After in slrsRN PORTION 1e. TURKEY ROAST

getting olf to a good start by
beating Waldo in the first LB. 4 LI. $2"
game. Brooker lost two games PKG.
Saturday and was eliminated I C USDA INSP.W-O BRAND
W-D BRAND USDA CHOICI BEEF
1
Against Waldo Friday night ;:: 68 S LB. PKG. PURINOADDITIVES( ) BONELESS BOTTOM WDBAND
Brooker won (Ii i to 3, Jim $329 Ground Beef FRANKS
Temple had a perfect night at Round Steak
the plate going three for three ,
1PHG.2-ot
6 9
including a triple and scored ?
three runs. 0 PK6. $59 LB. $138

and Cone;Gary Billy Melvin Melvin Bigham Joe Jim Robinson collectedone Temple, SAVE 31 C SAYE f1.70 SAVE 40VEGETABLE SAVE 10C

hit each.Cannon's.
eliminated KRAFT ALL THRIFTY MAID
Brooker Saturday night.

lor Robert three IkHal1l'yl'nt at the plate.three Jim PORK &
BEANS
Temple Robinson had Gary two Melvin hits. Mack Ken MAYONNAISE CRISCO OIL

Young and J. K.: !Mott
Limit 1 with $7.50 or more purchase excluding cigarettes
collected one hit each. Mack
Robinson and Gene Melvin -'
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were injured slightly when
they collided attempting. to $
catch a fly ball.School sMa TULlY

k TEA BAGS
News AFT 5 16-0&.
The swimming programwill aYOMdise Y+y; 100-CT. 88
begin July 8. Lessons will 32-oz. 38-oz. PKG. CANS
be offered daily for a 5-week JAR 'f
period ending August 9. BOTTLE BEpSAVI (
Students must have com- = DILUKr
pleted Grade I to be eligible. A let THRIFTY MAID SAVI -ARMOUR VIENNA SAVE 12. iNRIPTY MAID
bus w ill leave school at !9 each
morning and will return at Applesauce Sausage Tomatoes
approximately 121215.: There

. July will activities be 8 supervised for at school grades playground beginning 1-6 on 4 16.0.CANS. $100 3 CANS 5.0.. $100 3 CANS88c

!Monday. Wednesday and
Friday from 4 to 6 p.m., and
for teens in grades 7.12 on
Tuesday and Thursday from 6
to 8 p.m. ASTOR HOOD
SAVE 78c MRS. SMITH'S

All youngsters Brooker Baptist are invited to SAVE 30c SPARKY ORANGE JUICE ORANGE JUICE MELO RICH CHOCOLATE,
LEMON OR COCONUT
Brooker Baptist Church I
Sunday afternoon June :3o. at CHARCOAL
r>::30 to sing,eat supper attend PIES
Training Union, and sing at
church services.! and!Mrs

(Tommy'hildith('ox will a present miniature each 20 B 99c 2 16-0&. $1 00

American flag. Brooker '
Baptist Church's Bible School BAG 6 PACK 9 9, $1

will later.start FAMILY: July 8.KKUMONThe More about it SAVE 10c ARROW CANS 6-0& 0e1M 32oz.CTNS.. SAVE 40c


Smith Family Reunionwas COZY KITCHEN ASSORTED
held at the home of Nolen PAPER
Smith of High Springs on CALI.ORNIA HARVEST FRESH LAYER
Sunday. June 16. Members><<
Plums Peaches
and iriends of the Smith
PLATES
lamily of Brooker who attended
were Mrs. Sam Smith. CAKE
Mr: and Mrs. Guy Willingluim 3 Ll,. $100 CALIFORNIA LI 39c
and daughters, !Mrs Bobby NECTARINES'
Jones and daughters Kathy 1SO-CT.
99C
and Thressa. and friends, PKG. 2 89C 24.0&. 99 C
Sammy Halmark and :Mikell SIZE
Pitman of Lake Butler. About
75 attended.

!.tnSfl: .\I.S SAVE 12e THRIFTY MAID CUT SAVE 2oc BETTY CROCKER LAYER SAVE I7c DIXIE DARLING HAMBURGER BUNS OR HOT DOG FOX 06 LUXE HAMBURGER. SAUSAGE OR

and Mr children and Mrs.('arlHIKlgl'Irving Hodge, Mr. Green Beans 3 28 CANS 01. 88C Cake Mix . 218'/.01.' 88C Rolls . . 3 PKCS BPK. 88C Cheese Pizza UOI SIZE 69C

and !Mrs. Paddle: Pierce and SAVE lOc CRACKIN' GOOD CHEK! All FLAVORS U S. No I REGULAR POLY BAG SUPERBRAND (FUDGE BARS 2/SI/ 00)) OR

Trailer children Park of the !Mr.Glenn and Howard!Mrs Saltines . 2 I IBPKQS. 88C Soft Drinks 9 CANS99c 5 Potatoes 1 10 BAG IB $119 Ice Cream Bars I2PKPKG 99c
Billy Lynn and !\II'. and !Mrs.
SAVE 41 e KRAFT 1000 ISLE SALAD SAVE lOc CRACKIN' GOOD FRESH FLORIDA SAVE SOc TASTE O' SEA HADDOCK ORB

Arley Mr mill Luke!Mrs.were Grady all guests Hart: of Dressing . 3 1 n;' $100 Toaster Pastry 2 Ess;: 88 Limes . 12 FOR 39C Perch Fillets I loot PKG. 99c
Grady played the guitar and
they had a good old-fashioned SAVE lie SOUTHERN BISCUIT SAVE Ac I- DIXIE DARLING SANDWICH LIBBY LIMEADE, OR PINK OR REGULAR U. S. No. 1 YELLOW

time.:Mr and Mrs. Garvis Davis Flour . 5 IBPKG. 68C Bread . t2 LOAVES 24-01. OO QQc Lemonade 8 CANS 6'01. $100 Onions . 5 BAG IB 69c

and children of Douglas Ga.

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I HAMPTON AREA NEWS Social Security LAWTEYbv I

Benefits July CheckThe
CHARTER CHANGETO by Josephine Fontaine
McGunnigle. The door
prize Elizabeth Terry
BE DECIDEDA ;
second of two-
proposed change in the Chairman: Curtis: were to meet visited in Chattanooga, Tenn. was won by Evelyn Vaughan. increase part in monthly a Church of God Sunday
The next meeting will be step !Mr. and Mrs. Charles
July School for a
10 night
charter a.m. Worship Moore last Friday
Hampton city Thursday night and compare and also( in Kentucky. Rev. Social Security benefits will
5 at 7:30.: ( Porter of Jacksonville
Services, 11 and 7 while Mr. and Mrs. were
a.m.
providing for an appointiveCity specifications on the trucks, Perry reports they had a be included in checks p.m. cookout
Marshal, was read by to the and YPE and Prayer Meeting Fred Moore, Jr. and family Saturday overnight guests of
prior awarding con- wonderful trip a grand delivered in July, according to Mr.
PERSONALSMr. their parents, and Mrs.
Saturday at 7:30.: ( here.
at the
attorney Dudley Hardy tract. were
time. Kerrigan told us that his Edward G. Copestake, Social Faith Church Radio Jack Kuhne Russell Wood and family.
Hampton Council meeting on The clerk was instructed to district in Baptist Mr. and Mrs.
Security manager
June 11. It will be read againat write the railroad company BIRTIID.IYSDoug wife Dorothy, is in Bradford Gainesville.This Program over WPXE Starke and family met their brother- Garlitz of Jackson-
the next meeting, and then and the State Road Dep- Williamson celebratedhis County Hospital. We all wish 8 a.m. Sunday. Bible School 10 in-law and sister Mr. and ville Angle two weeks with
voted on at the July meeting. partment requesting that they birthday on June 17 with a her a speedy Barbara recovery. four percent increase, a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. Mrs. Charles Simmons and Nickie spent Nicula.
II approved by the Council, clean out the ditches on nice birthday cake. Mrs. Bruno has added to the seven percent and 7:30: ( p.m. School on Bible family of Atlanta, Ga. at
he I registered voters will voteon property belonging to same. Terry Jenkins was two just returned from a vacation increase received in April, Doctrine, Tuesday 8 p.m. at Chiefland and spent Friday Mrs. Harold Eunice and Mr.
the question in the Sep- Chairman Curtis reportedthat years old June 18. He is the with friends in Miami. will make the overall increasefor Pastor's home. Prayer and Saturday with their and Mrs. Sammy Eunice
tember city election. If ap- Robinson ConstructionCo. son of Mary Jenkins. most people amount to 11 Meeting Wednesday 7:30: ( p.m. brother-in-law and sister, Mr. visited Mrs Bobby Norman in
proved by the voters, Hamp- would put down one-inch Bryan Clark was 10 years percent. Bible Study. and Mrs. Wm. Mobley. St. Vincent's Hospital.
ton's marshal will be appointed asphalt on already paved old June 22. He is the son of Music TuitionScholarships Grace United Methodist Sympathy of the communityis Jacksonville Sunday iif-
by the Council insteadof streets for $1.50( per square Connie Clark. People getting social Church Sunday School 9:45: extended to the Ed May Icrnoon.
being elected as at present yard. Brenda Curtis celebratedher security checks don't have to a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. family in the loss of their Mr. and !Mrs. Jim Peterson
Several persons in the Fire Chief Smith said he 6th birthday June 22 with a do anything to get the higher Sermon Topic for June 30( sister, Mrs. Vergie Hoover ol Slarke visited Mr. and Mrs.
audience were concerned would contact the Civil party of friends. She is the payments, according to "A Day with Jesus." There who passed away on Friday. Harold Eunice Sunday af-
about having Pineland Defense office) to have the fire daughter of \Mr. and Mrs. Ted Ready At LCCC Copestake, this done. will be will\ be an administrativeBoard Miss Priscilla Tanner is ll'l'noon.FLORIDA'.
Boulevard paved. It seems the siren repaired.Mr. Curtis. automatically Meeting Sunday at 7 attending summer school at
road p.m. Wednesday night at 7 the University of South
now existing property Summers asked why Josephine Fontaine was in
belongs to Foster Shi Smith, the mayor and attorney surprised Monday evening by Full-tuition music social Starting July retirement, average p.m. Choir Practice. MYF, Florida, at Tampa.
security
and an agreement will have to seemed to( be having a secret friends dropping in to wish hera scholarships are again 7:30.: ( Michelle Licea of Miami is
checks will from $161 to
be made with him before the meeting, and would not an- happy birthday. It was June available at Lake City go The Methodist Youth spending sometime with her
road can be paved. This swer his questions. Mayor 24. Community College, according $181 widowed a month.mother Payments with to two a Fellowship held an outing atStrickland's grandparents.'( Mr. and Mrs.
matter was tabled for a later Bruno replied that his to LCCC music instructor Landing with Doyle Starling.
meeting so more information questions were personal RECREATIONThe ; Bill Poplin. children in her care will on an swimming and a picnic lunchon Helen Ann Kuhne is a (guestof THEATRE
could be obtained. matters, not pertaining to city Hampton Senior average go from $418 ro $435 Saturday. There were 10( her grandparents, Mr and
Attorney Hardy presentedthe business.Summers also asked Citizens held their regular Students with instrumental monthly. present Mrs. Fred German, of (Now;
Council with a proposal to why the ball field wasn't being meeting with several absent choral, or keyboard experience Although the amount of Highland Baptist Church lor a week
close the alley behind Mrs. used, and Chairman Curtis due to illness. Joe Kerriganwas are eligible to earnings subject to social Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Kelly Fields went to West Fri.. Sat.
Thomas' house, and ending said it was ready for use, but the visitor of the evening, compete for the scholarships, security deduction has in- Worship Service, 11 a.m. Virginia with his uncle and ,....
behind Bruno's store. The the young people needed adult and spoke to the club about which will be awarded on the creased from the first $10,800to ( Choir Practice 6:30( p.m. aunt, Chief and Mrs. Wrnard A MO"O'GOldWYO Dan Curls Production Movor ""
proposal was approved.Bids supervision needing unity in the Senior basis of music reading skills the first $13,200, there is no Evening Service 7:30: ( p.m. Hughes, of Green Cove
on a new fire enginewere Citizens to accomplish the and general musicianship. change in the contributionrate. Prayer Meeting Wednesday Springs, for a week. 1r
opened as follows: Jack FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS help that so many of our elder The employee and 7:30: ( p.m. Mr. and Mrs Jelf Morganand t
'"ocke and Co., Mobile Ala., Rev. Preston Perry and five Americans need. Refresh- Persons interested in applying employer will both continue to Northside Baptist Church David of Albany. Ga.
$2t(>.915! ; Ward La France of his fellow ministers spent a ments were enjoyed and game for scholarships should 5.85 percent on coveredepay Sunday School 10( a.m. Wor spent the weekend with their < "CfhGP.
Truck Corp.. Elmira Heights week on vacation. They wentto prizes of the evening went to contact Mrs. Margie nings. However, the rate ship Services 11 a.m. and 7:30( parents, Mr. und Mrs. Morris
\! Y $29,341. Fire Chief Detroit, Mich and on to Ruth Dennison, Buck Dennison Markham, 752-1822, extension for self-employed persons will p.m. Prayer Meeting Wed- Kelley and family. G> /" Melacoiat, ""GMO
Smith. Marshal Phillips, and Canada. They came back and Bill Fontaine and Lucy 2115, immediately. drop 7.9 percent.t nesday at 730.Vacation: ( Bobby Bennett of Holly Hill
( Bible Schoolommencement was a 'Wednesday overnight PLUSthe
-; Exerciseswere ; (guest of his uncle and aunt.
held at the church Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Tanner.Mr. .
Sunday night after a very and Mrs. Charles Knox

/ \ .'..... successful school. and family of Carrol ton, Ky. J Legend:
.. "' ..t "' spent a lew days with their
'. -- .''is. : PERSONALSMrs. brother and sister-in-law. Mr
..
J. .. ... Horace Cox of Waldo and Mrs Paul Lock and ol Spider
"of' -... t.1\ pent Tuesday with her lanuly.
pother, Mrs. P. L. Dinkins. Mrs. Gloria Rowe and
Scott Tinsler is spending the children of Jacksonville spent forest
gyygg I summer with his parents, Mr. the \\t.'Ckendith. her parents
X and Mrs. Albert Tinsler of Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Wilkison
Miami. and family. Other (guests
Edward Roberts and son, included \Mrs Lavonnc
Our Tim, left Wednesday for Wilkison.
Country Miami where they will be Miss Debbie Napier left
Dau employed for some time. Sunday night for the Bahamas
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Anders with her. graduation class of
I and family camped at Bradford County High( School.
t COL. HOWARD DUNN Blanding Camping Area with Mrs Pierce Crews visited From NEW LINE CINEMA
\ SKIING EXHIBITION Mrs. Darlene Norman and her niece Mrs. Hita Rogers
USMC PRISIONER OF family for two weeks. who is a I surgical patient in
PARACHUTE SKIING & Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy liradlord County Hospital. Sun. Mon. Tues.
Burton, Sr. and their son and !airs T. W. Tatum, Sr. and >*" N
WAR WILL SPEAK .I KEYSTONES OWN daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Tatum. Jr.

/ + f47y KAREN CROSIER Jimmy Burton, Jr. and and family were guests of \Dr." Audiencesare
8:45: P.M.V..<>".-=.' family, of Jacksonville, spent and Mrs James Reed of
ON TRICK SKIS Wednesday with their mother, Klkhart.: hid and went
J Mrs. P. L. Dinkins. sightseeing in Canada about standingup
Miss Robyn Tinsley is six days in all.
spending the summer with her The Blue Grass Special up
!V4 'g/ ; j l grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Country Music Park has been

John Steele of New. London, changed to Gospel Music
Ohio. Park. No country music. It applauding...
Mrs. Marie Wilson, Deborah has been dedicated to the
Live and Rhonda,and Mr. and Mrs. Glory of God.
EVENTS H. A. Robinson, of Miami, are \Miss Esther Mason of WALKING
visiting their sister Mrs. Jacksonville called on Miss
Edward Roberts, and family. Arthurine Blanchard last
KEYSTONE ON PARADE Music Lynn Boch was on vacation Sunday afternoon., alter a TALLA
Fish Fry this week and spent Tuesdayto visit w ith relatives and Iriends
: s AT KEYSTONE BEACH Thqrsday with his uncle and down the state.
Arts & Graft Show A r
Club aunts, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Mr. and Mrs. D. T Lewis of
Rotary c ON LAKE GENEVA Griffis, and family, and Mrs. Columbus, Ga. spent the {
Maines Griffis and children. weekend with their soninlawand
Keystone Womans Club 5'OO.700: : P.Ma Our Country Day Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Hayesof daughter. \Mr. and Mrs. I 4 v ,
El Paso, Texas visited their
Donald Wdkison. Other guestsfor
10A.M.4P.M.Fire Association Presents1Country uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. the weekend were their son
$200 O. J. Anders, Sunday af
...... ........................ ......................... ........................................... ternoon. and daughter-in-law. Mr and
( !Mrs. Donald Wilkison, Jr of v.
: .r. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore, Jacksonville.Mr. b k. 1
Boat FlagCeremony Jr. and family of Homesteadwere and Mrs J. F
Work guests of their parents, Robertson gathered with
Gold) Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore, relatives at the home of Mr
Parade Thursday and Friday. They and Mrs. C. K. Cowan in 1 .4
left Saturday for Hen- Jacksonville for a going BCP Production
In Color
Display away
D..rationsI .. ...
dersonville, N. C, party for their grandson. A .w ol Co.B'oldCMIing., Ci p

I : 7:30 To & Flags Donated By Mrs. Glen Shuford Nancy, Bryan Cowan, Saturday night. fROM CInfRAMA RELEASING
n Lake Geneva : : By Boy Scouts Mrs. Hester Hicks, and Mrs. He left by plane at 9:05: Sun- .
American Legion O. J. Anders were guests of day morning for New London
Keystone Fire Dept.: their brother-in-law and Conn. where he has a louryear
8:30: P.M. 8:30: P.M. sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie scholarship in the college
At Dark Sweat, and daughter, and there with the Coast Guard.
/ Mrs. Cora Hodges of Mac-
...............a..r' ........................... .................................... ... .. ., clenny on Wednesday.Mr. .

II. Aguiar. of and Jacksonville Mrs. Johnny were 301 DRIVEINFri.

I 1974 Saturday evening guests of
their brother and sisterinlaw -
Mr. and Mrs. Truman
.
r Norman. Sat. Sun. Mon. Tues

Miss Elizabeth Terry and

DonorsTo Miss visited Arthurine her sister. Blanchard Miss Enza BACK BYPOPULAR

Blanchard, in Macclenny
Tuesday afternoon. DEMAND
Friends will regret to learn
that Mrs. P. L. Dinkins is a .,

Our Country Day patient in Bradford County "BORN LOSERS" _,.'
Hospital,Starke, Our love and
prayers are with her. THE ORIGINAL %...
Sympathy of the community SCREEN APPEARANCE OF
is extended to the Willie
Dobbs, Milo Smith, and Lester TOM LAUGHLIN ; ,
Keystone Cleaners Keystone Barber Shop Sportsman's Club Austin families in the death of
Keystone Auto Parts Roy W. Tyre, Building Contractor Mike Redfearn, General Contractor their aunt In Virginia, on AS BILLY JACK
Slim's Fish 'n Stuff Homestead Restaurant Sunday morning.Mr. .
K Mr. and Mrs. Frank llgen Executive Helicopters, Inc. (Ceo. American Legion and Mrs. Lane Carter e
Ducky's Department Store Richardson) First Federal Savings and Loan and family, and Earl Denmark
Fraser's Small Appliance Repair Triest Plumbing Association of Putnam County of Jacksonville visited
Keystone Heights Florist Jackson's Building Supply' Western Auto their mother, Mrs. Lois
Guaranty Federal Savings and Keystone Auto Service Williams Paint and Wallcovering Carter, Saturday evening.
Loan Cunningham's Gulf Service Zike's Friends of Ivory Thomspon
Keystone Fabrics Henderson's Service Center Ray's Shell regret to learn that he is a
John Brown's Mobile Homes Redfearn's Appliances TV Service Center patient in Riverside Hospital,
S. E. McKay Real Estate Keystone Heights Insurance, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. P. K. Parsons Jacksonville. Our love and A I
Keystone Jewelers Keystone State Bank Keystone Beauty Salon prayers are with him.
Keystone: Water Works Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Winans, Jr. Rutledge'sThe Mr. and Mrs. Coleman
Lakes Club Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. McGlave Lucky Buck Markets of Florida, Phillips and family, Danny
c Mayor and Mrs. Raymond Keystone Golf and Country Club Inc. Phillips, Major James
Starnes City of Keystone Heights Captain Grog's Inn / Phillips of Lake Butler, Mr.
Andrews' Drugs Clay Electric Fish's Meat Market I 1 and Mrs. Bill Gaskins and
H. A. Nelson, Jr. and Assoc., Real Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Edwards, III Manning Auto and Hardware family and Mr. and Mrs.
Estate Triest Construction Co. Holiday Beach Cottages Leslie Phillips and family,
Dampier's Pharmacy Joseph G. Knapp, Surveyor Keystone Egg Producers gathered at the home of their
{ Hayes Sports Center Holiday Lounge The Lake Region Monitor mother, Mrs. O. J. Phillips,
t Dot's Beauty Nook Triangle R. Enterprises Moyer's Ace Hardware & 3 3w Saturday evening to help
Keystone Tile and Carpet Center Rotary Club Center celebrate her birthday an
Lovorn Real Estate Village Hardware Mr and Mrs. Jerry Johnsen 1 niversary. She received some

Watson's Food Store Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Bartlett McGill Plumbing were lovely served.Mr. gifts..Cake and punch

and Mrs. Tom Casey
I! and family, Doug Reddish,
and John Hobbs, of Starke,
Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Moore PLUS
and Bob of Lake City, Mr. and
Mrs. Danny Thompson and John Wayne In"BigJake"
sons of Jacksonville,
gathered at the home of their
parents, Mr and Mrs. Fred



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Summer Recreation ProgramsOff J HOME NOTESFROM rr Investment Future NeededFor Energy"If




And Running In Starle / YOUR ECONOMICS EXTENSION HOMEf.f, ] meet future its,the the energy nation energy needs Is companiesmust going of t the to


if. be permitted to earn
Summer recreation
programs are off_and running FIELD DAY Last Friday Next in the arts and crafts I F BY KATHY BROWNI've enough to finance their capital
was field fun will be "
with large groups of children day for older making pipe ,. investment programs, accord-
n----
reported both at the Pratt children taking part in the cleaner animals. ing to Kerryn King, senior vice
Street and Reno recreation afternoon activities at the Archery winners for the been seeing an abun Texaco.He .
centers. Pratt Street Center, super- week were Jimmy Schoening, dance of beautiful tomatoes gyp president,
Tiny tot registration at visor Cheryl Godwin said. Chub Johnson, and Chuck from home gardens, and for said oil company earnings ,
Pratt Street playground totals Children were divided into Johnson. Two contests sale at the Farmer's Market.A during the past ten years
38 children from 4.6 years old. teams for competition in decided the winners in the bow number of homemakers are I have not kept pace with capital

Older children at Pratt several races. There were and arrow events. Point totals planning to put up tomatoesthis investment requirements
Street include 46 enrolled in sack races, ballon races. were tabulated in the firstOne year, as indicated by the I"It'd.

tennis, 29 learning tricks on calls for information from my .",' ...
the trampoline and 27 archery office. A a' '" L.
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students. Tomatoes may be processedin
Supervisors also reported 50 a boiling water bath. This
children enrolled in the afternoon process involves placing the
free play activities.At jars on a rack 1-2 inch off the 9 i o' 1
the Reno Recreation bottom of any large container '

Center, Supervisor Norma with a tight cover. It must be 4Y t
Jean DeSue reports that 18 ::$ :: large enough-to cover the jars --==-

tots have registered for the : with 2 inches of water. Bring !:
morning program. water to a boil and lower jars 4 Ask .

Activities for the youngsters ; slowly into water with tongs. t
4t
include coloring, drawing, E + Count processing time from Pshaw Whatta Cnshowl CharleY
listening to stories, playing when water returns to a rJohns

games and sharing their rolling boil. When processingtime Bernice Muggins, workingon A 10-pound Chinese cushaw is shown by its grower, John F. E. ,-
experiences with the group. r i is and up, remove jars rack with out her chair at the Keuphol- Robertson of Lautey who paints for a living and grows giant il'
tongs place on a
Miss DeSue worked at stery Workshop taught by cushaws as a hobby For some good rating, cut the cushaw's
betweenfor
of draft with
Starke Elementary last school air circulation space to cool. :Miss Kathy Brown Extension crooked neck in thin slices like baloney batter and fry Indeep
year. She has attended Home Economics Agent fat. The meat from the large end may be used for pies or
Florida Memorial College, Procedures for preparing Local homemakers baked as a pudding.Gaskins.
Miami, and intends to finish tomatoes follow: pating in the workshop partici-this About This (Question:
education Whole: Use fresh, firm,
elementary
degree her at Edward Waters uniformally ripe tomatoesfree week are to learning the skills To Head FAPresident "Our firm requires that all
necessary reupholster their
from spots or decay.
in Jacksonville. those handling
College of the contests "field last own furniture, one to be employees -
way
on day" Friday was a tug-of- Scald in boiling water long
Other supervisors helping in budget Arthur Gaskins Johnson, Paul !Meng, Lilliar I the firm's
conscious in homemaking
var. Supervisors Bruce Tucker and Rick Ezell watch as the enough to cause skins to slip. money
the Reno program are: and his slate of officers have Pearson, Royce Joyner
be
two teams pull and tug. Cool in cold water, drain, core bonded. Does your
Hawkins Charles
Kayonne been named to succeed David Smith, George Roberts
Jackson Jr. and Larry and peel. Pack tomatoes, themselves Elsie Sanders, Ernest Triest agency also supply
in the Bradford
pecan-in-spoon races, hoop competition. Total hits on any whole or in pieces, into clean
Williams AwordsDoy and Paul }Hutchins. bonding where
Recreation director Randall races, balloon under the chin part of the target determinedthe jars to 1-2 inch of top, pressing County Fair Association for Jud required
winner of the second fill all Add the 1975 Bradford County Executive Directors: v for public officials?"
Davis estimated that 40 races, three-legged races anda gently to spaces. no Fair. Goodowns. Mac BaldinWarren
tug of war. round. water. Add 1-2 teaspoon salt to At Southside
children have participated in The new and old officers Carver. T C. HazenJr. :
'
Tennis instructions are pints; 1 teaspoon to quarts. Charley !K.:
the afternoon program of Fred l Glenn. Tom Ed
took their positions !May 8, and
given in two sessions divided Seal and for 35
process
supervised free play providedat Southside Elementary wards, Norman Tomm I
and will remain in office until Ray
into beginners for minutesfor
minutes 45 JOHNS
the Reno center from 1 to 5 more pints, School held an outdoors after the 1975 fair set next Reames. Alice !Fay Waters AGENCY
daily. advancplayers. Beginnersplay quarts. Award Day Ceremony, June 6 Allen. L
Taylor
Eddie Bobby
p.m. April 25. The officers have
131 SO
from until WAI.NU"
9 a.m. 10:15: Juice: Hot extraction: S i
at Southside
with more advanced taking Wash, core and cut ripe Elementary.The started planning the fair for Ralph Bryan, Gregg Alvarez
PHONE
outdoor 964-5O7O
assembly was Whitehead. Lucill<
next because it's a Jerry
from 10:20 until 11:30. tomatoes. Simmer until year year-
over : :
opened by the glee club, under and Brown.
round operation. Godwin Kathy
HeIWCA Ground and air bouncing of softened. Stir often. Put the direction of Mrs. ,.
---
the ball determines strainer food mill. Bradford County Fair
through or .
Josephine Benson, singing ;
classification of students into Heat juice just to simmering, Association Officers are : :
"The Star
one of four categories; but do not boil. Pour into clean Awards Spangled Banner. Presidnet Arthur Gaskins, Clay Pavmg& / 1-1ThTr ;i;
were presented to
Sell's More Vice-President G. T. Muggins, %
beginner, amateur, semi-pro jars, seal and process; 25 outstanding students by their ; <
n and pro. Bouncing the ball on minutes for pints, 30 minutesfor classroom and special area Secretary Betty Edwards, L 473-2127 COMMEfcaAlL I. 4Yr..1ry'
1 the ground more than 76 times quarts. (Process times for teachers in the following Treasurer John Bradley KEYSTONE ',"'
Trail Bikes earns the pro ranking. Pro si. 'mering. not boiling, bath.) General Manager John
categories: perfect at-
Myers, Executive DRIVEWAYS Y.vw
Secretary PARKINS AREAS
status in air bounce comes Juice: Cold extraction: tandance,
citizenship, vo
after 31 successive hits into Extract juice from ripe Joyce Ann Yirak. .?,'
Than scholarship, and an optional Board of Directors: Dave FILL DIRT "
!
Anyone the air with the racquet. tomatoes with a blender. award the .
at teachers
Paulk, Harold Waters Jim
Students of tennis follow Strain sieve. .'
for through coarse
Friday was "field day" discretion, such as most
Lawson, James Balkham. LANL} CLEARING CLAY LIME
older children at the Pratt footwork and hitting drills Heat to simmering ((190 improved.Best &
Else In The Street recreation center. along with learning ter- degrees F.) and fill clean jars. All Around awards Eunice Moncrief. Doyle
Conner, Dave Shuford, Jerry ROCKSATELLITE
and scoring. Seal and 25 minutesfor
Winners were (first row, l-r): minology process: were given to two fifth
JldieJcGt'e: : and Bill San- Supervisors in the Pratt pints, 30 minutes for Thompson Bobby Allen,
graders, Charlene Beam and
World ders. Second row, Greg Street activities are: Rick quarts. (Process times for John Powell. Helen Harley, J. C Brown,
Jack Hazen._ S._ R. Hicks., Lola
:Nasworth and Lex Sanders, Ezell, Cheryl Godwin, Terri simmering, not boiling, bath.) Principal Dewey McKinney n'
back row Dawn Schoening, Woods and Bruce Tucker. Puree: Use ripe fruit. Wash, presented several school-wide
I.arry Saucer and Gil Brown. Tiny tot activities at the core, and cook until soft. Run awards to special helpers as
Pratt Street Center on through sieve. Boil down to 1-2 well the
fJ! as Commissioner'of
r MondayWednesdayFridayinclude original volume. Season with 1 Education Awards. o
After the events were : exercises, arts and teaspoon salt to a quart. Pack Recipient of the Award of
finished, the participants and Seal
crafts, drawing coloring hot into jars. and Excellence was John Powell.
HODAKASAIIS enjoyed a watermelon feast. circle games, and outdoor free process: 25 minutes for pints The
On Thursday, the arts and following children I OSII
I play. and 30 minutes for quarts.We received. Awards of Merit:
i crafts activity was making
have received several
SIR VICE, Luana Mundorff, Melissa
i marble animals. Clear POISON PREVENTION TIP
for for
requests a recipe
Eaves I I
Rodney Perry, Ken-
Full line of, Hodaka A Chaparralmotorcycle marbles placed in the oven at Always keep products in homemade tomato catsup, so
Mtni-Btk, also Partt Dura& .cc GoCartiand ...orl.. 500 degrees for 35 minutes original containers with labels this recipe follows: Baldree neth Ethridge, Tammy
tor all make* and models' removed and dropped in Federal Peter Blanchette
were intact. Current regul- 1 peck ((12 1-2 lb.) ripe Gerri Louette
STARKECYCLECENTER ice water causing the marblesto ations require that antidotesand tomatoes. 2 medium onions, 1- Samira Boyce Wall, and Smith, ?
crack bu t not break apart. recommended treatmentsbe 4 teaspoon cayenne pepper, 2 Jacobsen. Cheryl '>
The internally shattered printed on the labels of cups cider vinegar, 1 1-2 '',..
marbles were glued into some hazardous household tablespoons broken stick -1' '>
207 N Temple Starke animal shapes with products. In any case of poi cinnamon, 1 tablespoon whole First Baptist
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I School Group Insurance ApprovedThe Jack Shaw Shot In CommunityNews



Hip During RecaptureA
Bradford County School P
Board approved a group insurance
plan for employees mental patient escapee Court entered a plea of not
which will cost $65,000 according from the Florida State Mental guilty by reason of insanity.
to the estimate given r Hospital( at Chattahoocheewas In a pre-trial" hearing on
by Jim Temple, school shot when recaptured Oct. 5, 1973 Circuit Judge
June 10, four miles
superintendent. Monday Theron
A. Yawn ordered ELIZABETH GIVENS WALKER

Teachers will receive a from Thomas the hospital.Jack Shaw, 34, who Shaw's commitment to the Dell\ Chapter ORS All members tire asked to
choice of three options was committed to the mental mental hospital on the Dell Chapter 168 will hold its please be present .I and
presented by the low bidder hospital in October, 1973 from recommendation of two court regular meeting on June 27 in cooperate( with all activities.1ach .
Liberty Life Insurance Co. Bradford County, was one of appointed psychiatrists. the Masonic Hull on Brownlee : member is asked to
Choice 1 Employee l five patients who escaped Street at 8 p.m All membersare please make a donat ion lor the
Disability Income Protection from the hospital about 2:30: p. Deborah Starling asked to please be present Building Fund Drive.
which if work time is
pays J m. Sunday, June 9. and on time. Business of vital
missed because of accident or The five patients, armed Wins Crisco Award importance to be discussed. :Ih'tllt'llI"ltI t CliiiiTli,
Illness. Plus, cash daily with a pistol, took as hostagesone Hev. Leroy Davis pastor
benefits of $20 for each day of the hospital aides and a Deborah Ann Starling, Harrington Kittles I'l'UYl'l'h'lting: and Bible
spent in the: hospital. security guard. They relievedthe daughter of Mr. and Mrs Mr.! and Mrs Archie Kitties Class ill hl'ginH''kly services -
This coverage will cost the r security guard of his Lonzo Starling of Lawtey, Sr. of Starke announce the Wednesday night at
board$ .25 and the employee w weapon and then fled the received the Crisco Award for engagement and approaching 7:30.:: Sunday services ill be
nothing. hospital in the guard's late her outstanding work in home marriage of their daughter, terminated'to attend the fifth I
Representative Jim Mc- ; 4 model) automobile. economics at BradfordUnionArea Edna Mae, to Benme C. Sunday Ministers and Deacon '
Cawley explained that this \ I Vo-Tech Center. Harrington on Saturday July Union meeting in Olustee.Mt. '
was offered because The five remained at large The silver I
coverage plaque was 13, at6n clock in the garden of
40 percent of the teachers are I \ '11W, during the night, but four were presented to Miss Starling, a Mr. and Mrs. Lester Randolph II I:
covered by policies with their recaptured early !Monday senior at the Vo-Tech, by Mr. of Lawtey. : :Morl.lll I'nltiMl( '
husbands BRA President Louise Koren signs up for a hospitalization insurance plan for school employees -_ morning by the law enforcement Williams, Commercial MethiHlist J Churi'II, Hev Willie I'I'J
Choice 2 Hospitalizationwith under which the school board pays $II.)5!): per person Insurance Agent Jumes J. ,\. :McCawley authorities in Cooking and Baking Instructor Visitors Stilt, pastor. Sunday School I!
major medical expenseto left and School Boardl'hairnruiSeeber( KlInanjoininceremony'lasl'I'hursday.' (iidscn County. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hall had will conclude services 1'01the
a maximum of $50,000.;; Shaw eluded the officers Miss Starling majored in as house guests for a week day at 10 a,m. All members
Room allowance is $45: per :Mrs Louise Koren. HKA 1'4)111rfhtts Joins Columbus Hospital) during most of the morning by Vocational Home Economicsat Jessie J. Singleton of Miami, are inv'ited to attend the Youth
day This insurance costs the president, for her outstanding .. hiding in u thickly woodedarea the Vo-Tech and plans to brother !Mrs\ Hall. Weekend Day program lit Pleasant
board $11.95 per employee. leadership in brinmnu! about Tom Titus, former public Hospital director, Bruce about four miles from the take up cake decorating and visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Grove United :Methodist
Dependents may be added at a the fringe benefit lor information director for the Perry, said Titus will succeed hospital.The tailoring during the summer. Anderson Holland from I Hobe Church. Services begin with
cost of $20 to the employee. teachers. It marks tht'SchlKl1Board's Alcohol Safety Action Project Mrs. Mary Alice Williams authorities managedthe Sound, Mrs. Emma Evens and Sunday Stlxiol tit Id ii.ni
Choice 3 A combination of initiation into the (ASAP), has been named who has headed the public recapture of the escapeeby Bruce Haddock two daughters, Vernether and :Morning service at I IHl'\ \
both plans with the board fringe benefit field. Thl'Kard's community relations and relations program at the wounding him with a shotin Lila, and son, Lamar. Willie Stitt is pastor of bulb
paying $11.95 and employees \ insurance participation into had a public information director of Medical Center for the past the hip haw was armed at Earns USF DegreeBruce hurches
group : plan
paying $6.20. The cash daily been under consideration for the :Medical Center in nine years. the time with one of the HomecomingThe
benefit is not included on several I Columbus Georgia. Titus, public informationand weapons used in making the Haddock son of Mr. Willing Workers Club
Choice 3, McCawley said. >ears.Bill education coordinator for escape. and Mrs. C. S, Haddock, and Community are spon-
All three choices include a ASAP for the past three years, Shaw was charged with the Ocala, former Starke soring a Homecoming
$3,000 life insurance policy ;Myrirk Ul''cin'sIusic: DegreeAilington will assume his new position\ murder\ of Eddie Carl Renier residents for 15 years, program on Saturday July (H,
carried on each employee of Mjnck, a 1970 graduateof Texas May 16. on July 1. wlio was shot to death on !May recently graduated from the beginning at 1 p.m. Each;
the school system. Bradford Titus is a graduate of the University South Florida: at family is asked to bring a
County High ,
On June Myrick! accepteda 18 1973 at Faye's Place, a
Dinner will be servedon
Members of the teaching of Florida with Tampa with a bachelor of arts basket.
University
School received a Bachelor of position as Band and Choral a roadside tavern on US-301,
association voted 115 to 5 in Sacred Music Degree in director at the Orlando degree in broadcast journalism four miles south, of Starke. in political science. the grounds of the '(p
which is
favor of the program. graduation exercises at the Christian School in Orlando, lie is a former WTV'M! Shaw, at his arraignment in Haddock is already embarked located recreation near center Philadelphia
The superintendent credited Arlington Baptist Schools in Florida news reporter. Bradford County Circuit on his career.
Church.A
Baptist youth groupw
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((7
ill render a program. At that u4t t UbfCR .
time each family will make a .r I

I report. arcR

NAACP lIe'port
The monthly meeting of the Looking for a friendly
Bradford County NAACP will church where you can
be held at Pleasant Grove worship God in Spirit and
If be newstoyoubut. United Methodist Church in Truth?? First Baptist of
may Pleasant Grove. All members Starke is the end of your
and interested citizens arc search for a friendly
asked to be present at It\ p,m. church ISunday I
July 2.
Services:
(lll'ltt'UNKUS: Sunday School
Kbene/rr K.iptist Church. (We believe the Bible)
Hev. Leroy Davis, pastor. 9:15 a.m.
Weekly services begin with Morning WorshipWe
Bible Class and Prayer ( preach the New Birth)
Meeting Thursday night at 11:00: a.m.
7:30.: The Ministers and Church TrainingWe
Deacon Union will start in ( believe in Training)
a ,
i tI
ly
( Olustee Friday June 28-30 at 6:15: p.m.
7:30.: Hev. L. W. Thomas is Evening Worship
pastor and president of the (Sunday is the Lord's Day
Union. ALL DAYI11)!)
The Deacon and 7:30p.m,
Deaconesses will hold their
I anniversary Sunday July 7, at Wednesday Services:
3 pm. Fellowship Supper
..9JqM TheSunday School and BTU 6:00p.m."Hourol .
Congress will be held at New Power"
Bethel Baptist Church, July Studying the Word
V'.i / Sny 1620. 6:30p.m.
..at Greater Bethlehem Sunday School Workers
Freewill Baptist Church! Hev Meeting 7:15 p.m.
Jasper Williams, pastor Adult Choir Practice
d.,, nqa. School 8:00
+ Vacation Bible is in : p.m.
H progress this week, Monday

through Friday Com- "The Church with a Heart
mencement services will be In the Heart of Stark "
d 5w held Sunday which will terminate -
services for the day
Call!1161.6562:
Greater Allen Chapel ,AMK: :
For Free
(Church Hey B. C. Williams, Transportation
pastor. Sunday School, 10a.m. Ben.p. Bryant Paitor
i li7 At 11 the Missionaries
a.m.
William, O orge,Mm of Music
,,- will be in charge of services.

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Jals SELL IT / / / t

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE

EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Office Morgan,Box architect 987 Green P. A. (Cove Post Conditions Conditions and SupplementaryGeneral of the above BOY ". RltJIIl'l;

FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRAD.
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Springs .HUf
Florida) and at F W. specifications. _
no>
FORD COUNTY _
Dodge Corporation Plan Room I

v CASE NO. (Jacksonville, Florida), Mr.Jim TempleSuperintendent V' ----- --- .".

RE: The Marriage of SHIRLEY Plans and specifications may BILLS HOME REMODELING '! Cannon & Sonsl'I !
IN be
obtained (1J. .JrrCG: : :
as follows: School Board of SERVICE: Electrical New 3 bedroom homes, some 1
RICKS Wife-Petitioner It plumbing -
A. FOR SALEFOR
and Upon receipt of $10 two sets e/20.31.7/4 Bradford CountyIN : and with no down payment if you ''
JAMES DANIEL RICKS, of plans and carpentry. Fast TREE SERVICE .
Husband-Respondent. this specifications for service. If its in the home we qualify. Others with low down L.P. Gas Co. : :
project will be forwarded do it. Call 964-8087. Itp 6/27 payment.All ALL TYPES TRtE WORK '
collect. THE CIRCUIT
COURT
NOTICE OF SUITPROPERTY If plans and OF SALE: 1970 Chev. Pickup -- - -- -- BULLDOZIER LAND Serving ,,:
specifications are returned in THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- 1973 size acreage in Union and CLEARINGCOMPLETELYINSURED t..'
good condition within 10 days CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR Truck. Good Condition.Excellent Con- ADULTSBradfordUnion Bradford counties.. AND LICENSED e LAWTEY <
Kwoska 90,
I
after receipt of bids, the full BRADFORD COUNTY. CASE .
TO: JAMES DANIEL RICKS deposit will be refunded. No. dition. 1,000 miles. Call after 5 VolTech summer class. FRED SACKETT-REALTOR FREE ESTIMATES- e RAIFORD : :

Address Unknown NOTE: All requests for plans p.m.or anytime on weekends. 964-6150.Begins: July 1, 1974, Call: 205 N. Temple(US-301)) 24 YEARS EXPERIENCEJAX HAMPTON '' :

and specifications shall be made IN RE: The Marriage of 9648577. 1tp. 6/27 2tp 6/27 964-6522 768-B522 '. WALDO Ii,,:,
-- --
YOU ARE NOTIFIED -----" ,---- --- Nita 468-1753
that MARGARET W.
a through the office of the architect REILLY, \ OR STARKE 964-9935 ,
Petition for Dissolution of Petitioner, and THOMAS FOR SALE: Concrete pipe and Custom House painting, large or LAKE BUTLER I '

Marriage has been filed againstyou Each bid submitted shall be REILLY, Respondent. steps Hamilton Concrete small job. Contact Larry 12 TP 627X2698 GRAHAM ;-.

and there is a demand in the accompanied by a cashier's Precast. Ph. 964-8879. 812 S. Cauley 4962567 Lake Butler t.oJ

Petition that the Court award that check or bid bond In the amountof NOTICE OF ACTION Cherry Street, Starke. 1tp After 6 P.M 3tp. 7/3 Your Need Gas For

certain property owned by you and five percent ((5 percent) of the NO PROPERTY 6/27 -- -- Cooking ? Heating ?

your wife: SHIRLEY A. RICKS, as bid payable to School Board of ----s.-------- LOSE WEIGHT: Safely and fast Real Estate I r

a tenancy by the entirety, in Bradford County. ToTHOMAS: REILLY BIC PENS ,The Office Shop with X-11 Diet Plan, $3.00. Broker Hot Water ? ':
Bradford County, Florida, and 1258 Loring Avenue
Surety Company shall be REDUCE Excess Fluids with ,I"
19 cents and 25 cents. For Fast Service
more particularly described as: licensed to do business in the Brooklyn, New York 11208 X-Pel, 300. Money Back Sell- Trade- PLUS TAX & TAG ,

A parcel of land lying in the Northwest State of Florida and shall be Guarantee Koch Drug. Buy Call 782-3668 .I..,...
quarter of Southwest quarter listed by the United States YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an 15tchg 725LICENSED AppraisalsCALL L0O SS JULY

(INW 1/4 of SW 1/4)) of Section Treasury Department. Surety action for dissolution of FOR SALE: Sears Best 14-17 ft ------------ BILL -) .

10, Township 6 South, Range 22 Company shall also comply withall marriage has been filed againstyou Tied Boat Trailer, like new REAL POWELL .
East, Bradford County, Florida, requirements of the General and you are required to $150. 1 HP 220 orvMO Volt DAY NURSERY: ESTATE United FarmAgencyInc ,'

said parcel being more particularly Conditions and Supplementary serve a copy of your written 1800 RPM Electric Motor $30. Fenced yard, meal provided. 964-6464

described as follows: General Conditions of the above defenses, if any, to it on 1 Bicycle Child Carrier $3. Call Infants up. Reasonable. Day, ,"
specifications. EUGENE F. SHAW, Petitioner's 4963209. 1tp 6/27 \ hour, week. 964-8464. 1tp ASSOCIATES: REG REAL ESTATE BROKER'

Commence at the Southwest Attorney, whose address is P. ----- -------'\ --- -- --- Ralph Bryan FAULKNER-BROKER"
of said Northwest 0. Box 1086 Starke Florida ,
corner quarterof Mr.Jim TempleSuperintendant on "SEE WHAT MARY KAY'SCOSMETICS
Southwest quarter (NW 1/4 of or before July 25 1974, and file 964.6208 IRENE FAULKNER-ASSOC.
FOR SALE Evinrude Boat do for .
SW 1/4))and run North 89 degrees School Board of the original with the Clerk of this : can you" ROBERT FAULKNERASSOC"JLOUISE
Motor 35 HP. B yrs old, $100. Louise Starling, Ph. 473-3092, Bob Milner
50 seconds East 8/20.31.1/4 Court either before "
35 minutes along Bradford County service onPetitioner's 1 MCRAE-ASSOC. |
Phone 9646915. Itp 6/27 Keystone Heights. 4tp 7/11 |
the Southerly boundary thereof a attorney or Im- "
---- -- -- 964.6026Acreage POP5C a 2305 N. TEMPLE AVE !
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distance of 700.5 feet to an iron mediately thereafter; otherwisea
the NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO default will be entered 8 ft. MOBILE Also 1 to 100 STARKE FLA. 964-5O65 <
stake on Westerly boundary of againstyou FOR SALE: 8 ft. meat case, HOME MOVING. : -
the right of way of State Road 200 REGISTER for the relief demanded in vegetable case, pair of scales. mobile home hurricane"an. Bradford & Alachua AUDI WANT TO SELL OR BUY

for point of beginning.From FICTITIOUS NAME the Petition. Reasonably priced. Phone choring and-moblle'home roof 376.4551 REAL ESTATE?

WITNESS my hand and the 4734856. 1tp 6/27 coating. Olm's MOBILE Home CALL US FOR BEST PRICES -
Pursuant to Section 865.09 seal of Court Nice 3 BR 2 bath home at 4222 NW 13th St. ''"
point of beginning thus this on this 21st --------- --- Service. 964-5606, Rt. 100 W. PROSPECTS WAITING TFCHG

described run in a Northeasterly Florida Statutes, notice is day of June, 1974. FOR SALE: 1972 Hot Point, Starke, Fla. tfchg Hampton. Call Bob for Gainesville
said hereby given that the under- details after 6:00: at 964-
direction along
Westerly 15,000 BTU Air Conditioner.For .
boundary and along the of signed Johnny L. Kitchens and GILBERTS. BROWN 6026. I
arc a 9646049.
Details Call Itp
John C. Snodderly, Route 3, NEW BR, 2 Bath Cen
3
curve concave to the West and CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT 6/27 PumpsI
having a radius of 5674.58 feet a Box 21, Starke, Fla, 32091, t FOR RENT J tral Heat and Air, Carpet, on Long Champ
COURTBRADFORD ...
doing business under the firm acre lot,
distance of 251.1 feet as measured COUNTY, wooded, high-dry
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name of K & S TRANSPORTATION New And UsedSALES
along a cord having a bearing of FLORIDA butside city. Two to choose
North 19 degrees 59 minutes 50 CO." Route 3, Box 21, By: Beulah M. Moody FOR SALE: 15' Fiberglass boat, from Home and

seconds East to an iron stake; run Starke, Fla, 32091, intends to Deputy Clerk 45 HP Chrysler Bectric Motor, FOR RENT-5 room apartment. 3 BEDROOM bath C. B. Building MaterialsWE PARTS

thence South 89 degrees 35 register said fictitious name 6/27 4t 7/18 T. H. Trailer. Excellent Adults only No Pets. Phone with Heat and Air Carpet- SERVICE

minutes 50 seconds West and under the provisions of aforesaid Condition. Ph. 964-7934. Up 964-6352. 2tchg. beautiful lot In Starke. IS x 30 BUILD

parallel to said Southerly boundarya statute.Johnny L. Kitchens and JohnC. NOTICE BIDDERS 6/27 -- - family room with fire place. "YOUR PLANS OR OURS DEEP flc SHALLOW WELLS

distance of 157.65 feet to an iron
stake; run thence South 17 Snodderly, owners. ------------ FOR RENT: 2 Bedroom Mobile Nice 3 BR, 1 Bath CB In Excellent YOUR LOT OR OURS" Plumbing Supplies
Dated this 11th day of June, NOTICE is hereby given that the Home, Griffis Loop. Phone Location
degrees 01 minutes 30 seconds A. D. 1974 at Starke, Florida School Board of Bradford FOR SALE--Zipper cream peas. 964-8245 or 964-5690. Itp FREE ESTIMATES EXPERT SERVICEON
East a distance of 245.66 feet to 6/13 4tp 7/4/ County will receive bids for At farmers market or $5 a 6/27
Beautiful Building and mobile REMODELING REPAIRS
point of beginning.to ,
providing: bushel at farm. Phone number ALL MAKES
- -- - --
lots Inside and out
home ADDITIONS
964-5156, Seeber Forsyth.
wife, SHIRLEY A. RICKS, FOR RENT: 2 Bedroom Mobile side city PHONE 964-7O61
your IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF "Maintenance Service Con- State Road 16 West, Starke. HOMES BOUGHT SOLD
Home. 326 N. Water St.
as a special equity, and you are THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- tract" 2tp.
required to serve a copy of your CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR --- -- -- Phone 9647591. Dempsey Want to have one built? We TRADED DurrancePUMP
written defenses, if to the Motel. Up 6/27 can help you there also.
any BRADFORD COUNTY. CASE for all heating and air con- ; ACREAGE FOR SALE
Petition on the Petitioner's attorney No. ditioning and related FOR SALE: Silver queen sweet a SUPPLY CO.
equipment corn. Lawtey, J. E. Creamer, -- -- -- -- CHECK WITH US 964.6853
EUGENE F. SHAW,
presently In use. Bids will be 864-N TEMPLE AVE
Attorney Law, P. O. Box 1086, IN RE: The Marriage of CARLOS received July 11, at 7.00; p.m. in Phone 7823481. Itp 6/27 FOR RENT: 2 BR Mobile Home. WE MAY HAVE WHAT HWY 301 S STARKE TFw.w

Starke, Florida, 32091, on or L. ARMSTRONG, Petitioner, the Board Room of the Ad- --- -- ---- Water furnished, A/C, quiet YOU WANT w

before July 18, 1974, and file the and WILLIE PEARL ARM- ministration Building on U. S. COLORADO 45 ACRES, $9,7501 location. Children and pets LET US HELP YOU '.L' ''''.'.... ,.. .. .".. "" ..., ", .. ..
original with the Clerk of this Court STRONG, Respondent. 301, Starke, Aorida.Specifications Cool Colorado. $95 down, $95 welcome. Phone 964-8797, BUY, SELL, TRADEI I

either before service onPetitioner's monthly. 6 per cent interest. Call after 12 noon. Itp 6/27 PRICES ARE GOING SKY HIGH

attorney or immediately NOTICE OF SUIT may be examinedat Beautiful high mountain - - --

thereafter; otherwise a the superintendent's office or valley. OWNER 8063768690. ,FOR RENT 12' wide mobile FOR Memo SALE: Notebooks, On All Types of Mobile and BaseC.

default will be entered against you To: Willie Pearl ArmstrongDry the office of Don R. Morgan, Itp 6/27 homes outside city limits. J. markers pads envelopes machineand B. Equipment
adding
for the relief demanded in the "
Prong, Louisiana Architect, on Walnut Street, -- -- -- --- B. White. Ph. 9646114. If no cash The
Petition. 71423 Green Cove Springs, Florida. call 964-8775. tfchg. reg. paper.
This notice shall be publishedonce YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat FOR SALE: Peas, You Pick answer Office Shop. SHOP AND SAVE AT BILL'S
- ----- ---
each week for four con- an action for dissolution of Bid Bond in the amount of 5 per them, $3 a hamper. Merrill

secutive weeks in the Bradford marriage has been filed againstyou cent of Bid and a Performance Griffis, Griffis Loop. 1tp. 6/27 Before Prices Go Up

'County Telegraph. and Bond in the amount of 100 per -- --- ------- INSURANCEAT
are required to
DATED this 17 day of June, serve a copy you of your written cent will be required from the AUTOMOBILESUSED REDUCED RATES WE HAVE LINEAR AMPLIFIERSBill

1974. defenses, if any, to it on Bidder and successful Contractor FOR SALE: Epiphone Guitars? AUTO FIRE BOAT
Gilbert. Brown, made in Gibson Makes Outdoor Plexiglass Advertising
RICHARD E. WELTY respectively. Japan by now
Clerk of the Circuit Court Petitioner, whose,address Attorneyfor is at Dahmers Discount tfchg. DOYLE E. CONNE'RINSURANCE Signs As Well As Painted Signs

By Beulah M. Moody 114 N. Walnut Street P. O. Box 6/27 3t 7/11 ----- --- FOR SALE: GMC Dump Truck. AGENCY Also Home of Magnetic Sign Co.

Deputy Clerk 995, Starke, Florida, 32091, and FOR SALE: Have few pieces of Call 486-1420 or come to Mike TCHG

6/20 4t 7/11 file the original with the Clerk of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, old estate Jewelry. See at Starlings' Land Clearing 7 BILL'S C. B. RADIO AND EQUIPMENT
Gem Jewelry, 109E. miles South of Starke on 301
Woodburns
the above-styled Court on or EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN BRASINCTONCADILLACOLDSMOBILE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT before July 8, 1974 otherwise a AND FOR BRADFORD Call St., 6/27 2tchg 7/4. Itp 6/27 964.8346 Starke Florida
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF ---"<: ----- - - - 321 North Temple Avenue
judgment may be entered COUNTY, FLORIDA. Case No. -
&SERVICE
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR for the relief FOR 1968 Nova 6 SALES
against you 74-29-CJ ((12202)) JUVENILE SALE: Chevy
Fine selection of Used Cars
BRADFORD COUNTY. demanded In the Petition. DEPARTMENTIn FOR SALE-24 X 60 Mobile Cyl. Manual shift, 2 door.
CASE No.74-155 WITNESS my hand and the Home 2 bedroom, 2 bath, Clean. Sonny Tenly, 964- Taken On Cadillac Trades
2001 N.W. 13th J78-W01:
and
seal of said Court the 31st family room central air r----------------7
on the Interest of: CARLOS 7015. 1tp 6/27
CIVIL ACTIONIn day of May, 1974. KEITH JARA, a Child. heat. Total electric. Ph. 964- -- - - -- GAINESVILLE

Gilbert S. Brown 4 8023 2tp. 6/20 6/27 : -. We Mow All Size Lawns- :
-
re: The Matter of the NOTICE -----
Adoption of JOSEPH BRIAN As Clerk of said Court
STAFFORD By: Beulah) M. Moody FOR SALE: Registered Angus t HELP WANTED rSAVE $ I Edge Trim & Fertilize
Deputy Clerk THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: cows. Heifers and bull calves.J. .
Hugh Alfredo Jara, B. White. Ph. 964-6114 or Lawns & Flowers
NOTICE OF SU IT 6/6 4t 627NOTICE the natural father, and 9646775. tfchg. FRED DAVIS 1 ;A: 4I
NO PROPERTY :
------------ GMC TRUCKS I ; Free Estimates
HELP WANTED: Cook f"r -
TO WHOM IT MA Y CONCERN
TO BIDDERS BUICK PONTIAC
TO.: Clarence Gene King FOR SALE: 8 by 9 linoleum' Garden Restaurant 3tchg 964.8440 After 6PM.Green's .
2605 Old Shell Road YOU ARE HEREBY notified $3.50,9 by 12 $5.98. 12 by 12 6/27 "A LITTLE RIDE CAN ,
Notice is hereby given for and 12 15 $1494 SAVE YOU A LOT" TF
Mobile Alabama $11.95 by
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that Petition under oath
,
a copy I
be submitted to Lawn
sealed bids to up. DAHMERS DISCOUNT GREEN COVE SPRINGS** Service

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat School Board Office of Drawer Bradford 939, of herewith which, has is delivered been filed to in you the tfchg. J


been CLARENCE an action filed GENE for against Adoption KING you and has for p.m.Starke County on the,,the Post Florida furnishing day,of 32091 July II of until, 1974 all 7 above permanent CARLOS styled KEITH commitment Court JARA for a minor the of TV$79 Color-plus-picture--labor- -,-tubes-Dahmers only I:: WANTED :;I IWANTED JIMMY MOORE'SSun Sports ------S0------ee


you are required to serve a copy male child, born May 13 1969, Discount. tfchg.
and
of defenses if materials, machinery, labor, MORE BOAT FOR FASHION CAREERLIKE
your written any Child ------------
for fill dirt Bradford to a Licensed Placing largeor YOUR TF
: MONEY
equipment : Yards to mow
to it, on the plaintiff's attorney, Agency, for subsequent OWN A DRESS SHOP?
Operations Center, School WATSON'SHOUSE small. Phone 7823270.
whose name and address is of Bradford County, adoption and you are hereby OF STARKE PH 964-5791 ALL NAME BRAND LADIES'WEAR FACTORY FRESH LATEST STYLES
Board VACUUMS 6/27 2tp 7/4.
DUDLEY P. HARDY Esq., P. O.
Starke, Florida at which time commanded to be and appear in YOUR CUSTOMERS SAVE UP TO 50%
Drawer 1030, Starke, Florida, will be publicly opened and the above Court at Starke, Many brands of new vacuums COMPLETE OUTBOARD &
32091, and file the original with bids aloud. Any bid received Florida at 1 1:30: P.M. on the 24th $39.00 up. Used machines STERN DRIVE SERVICE Complete Inventory Beautiful Redwood
the clerk of the above styled read day of July, 1974 and to show from $10. Expert Repairs all WANTED Used furniture, AND REPAIR Fixtures. Complete Training Program
and date
after the time specified Dah-
washers
court on or before July 31,1974; herein will not be considered. cause why said Petition shouldnot makes. Parts and Accessoriesfor mer's refrigerators Discount, House.- tfchg COMPLETE FIBERGLASS VERY HIGH EARNINGS
be
otherwise a Judgement may all
be Built in
granted. vacuums.
Plans, specifications, and REPAIR INVESTMENT $12,500VISIT
entered against you for the relief WITNESS my hand as Judgeof central vacuum cleaning
contract documents may be CUSTOM BUILT FIBER
demanded in the complaint or Seal OUR STORES..TALK iO OWNERS CHOICE AREAS AVAILABLE
examined in the office of the said Court and the systems. 712 N, Main, GLASS'FISHING' BOATS

petition. owner (School Board of thereof this 21st day of June, Gainesville 376-7110. TF CALL COLLECT MR. TODD..904/396-1707
WITNESS my hand and the 1974. ------------
Bradford County, Post Office HOUSES FOR SALE
seal of said Court on June 4, OR WRITE H'f-STYlESHOPPE
1974. Drawer 939. Starke, Florida Wayne M. Carlisle, LOTS Zoned for mobile homes Adult Mobile PO Box 26009, .Jacksonville, Fla. 32218 J
32091)) at the office of Don R. and houses. Several sub- 8tp 7/18
CIRCUIT JUDGE
architect P. A. (Post
,
Gilbert S. Brown Office Morgan Box 987, Green Cove 6/27 4t 7/18 divisions to choose from. Only Home ParkIN
As Clerk of said Court $95 down. Monthly paymentsto
By: Beulah M. MoodyAs Springs, Florida) and at F. W. suit your budget. Ph. 468- 440 Acres Bradford County Land. CITY LIMITS .3O A MONTH

Deputy Clerk Dodge Corporation Plan Room I Thomas E. Coleman will not 1551 or 964-8331. ftchg. See,,us for terms. OLINS MOBILE HOME SALESHWY.
WALK TO NEIGHBORHOOD
(Jacksonville, Florida). be responsible for eny bills made
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6/134t 7/4 '
Plans and specifications may by Barbara Fay Coleman. 2 BR., 2 Bath masonry Cent GROCERY AND NEW 100 W. PH. W45404LARGE ;i; .&\--
be obtained as follows: 1? f
SHOPPING CENTER
Closed-in
BIDDERS Heat/Air, family RM. 1:'
NOTICETO Upon receipt of $10 two sets 1tp 6/27 Garage large lot, nice location. NO PETS TFJOLU lC
of plans and specifications for t MISCELLANEOUSHOUSE / 1
- - COURT SELECTION OF PRE-OWNED
a
Notice I is hereby given for
this project will be forwarded '
Br. 1 Bath Home 3
., Masonry ,
sealed bids to be submitted to collect If plans and 13 U.S. 301 SOUTH REPOSSESSED HOMES IN GOOD
Acres land, outside City, Paved
School Board of Bradford specifications are returned in CONDITION AT A REASONABLE PRICE
Road. 964-881O
County, Post Office Drawer 939, good condition within 10 days RUBBER and I PHONE TF
PAINTER: Interior - -
Starke, Florida, 32091 until 7
of bids the full
after receipt ,
fair 50' 200' Lot N. Ave.
Exterior.
1974 Good work at a x on Temple ,
p.m. on the day of July II, deposit will be refunded. ....
of all price. For free estimate call Acrpss St., from Court House.Well ----- -
for the furnishing NOTE: All requests for plans .
473 4309. Itp 6/27 I -- --- -
materials, machinery, labor, and and specifications shall be made ,, - -- established and going Cash & Carry Tires Alan Baxter
equipment for: paving Bradford through the office of the ar- STAMPSMade
home concern in Starke with terms. 412 E. CALL.
Operations Center? School chitect. WILL BABY SIT In my
Board of Bradford County Call 964-8351. 1 tp 6 27
Each bid submitted shall be Property Management and TIRESFRONT Contractor
Painting
Starke, Florida at which time accompanied by a cashier's - - -
Appraisals.X.J.TIIOMXS.Healtor.
bids will be publicly opened and check or bid bond in the amountof To Order] STARKE CYCLE CENTER, 207 END

read aloud. Any bid received five percent ((5 percent) of the N. Temple Ave. Ph. 964-6020, & R..identialCammercial

after the time and date specified bid payable to School Board of Bradford CountyTelegraph Your authorized HODAKA : I i BRAKE SERVICE

herein will not be considered. Bradford County dealer, tfchg. B21N.n\LM.'TST.r:

Plans, specifications, and Surety Company shall be ------------ I Tel. 1)614162) 9645800QUALllYTIRES 9645236Serving

contract documents may be licensed to do business in the 'SAWS IBIt.IX'llil-i\
SHARPENED, work." 8e
examined in the office of the State of Florida and shall be 9647509'or ICE: The Starke and Keystone
guaranteed. Call
owner (School Board of listed by the United States leave lawley, Florida SERVICE FOR LESS
Bradford County, Post Office Treasury Department. Surety BIC PENS. The Office Shop. at Jackson Building l.illlauC. Pearson,AssociateTel. Heights Area. TF

Drawer 909 Starke, Florida Company shall also comply withall 19 cents and 25 cents. Supply, Starke or Keystone .782-38UO &1)64-6182 TFN _; :==aeaotoooc3 oc=3ooo0ooc3o0act::
32091)) at the office of Don R. requirements of the General Heights. Tfchg.


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I Prepare Now For Hurricane Season A l Time Growing Short To RegisterFor Driver Training RangeTo

Hurricane has
season
Gulf Coasts this summer and
started since June and will fall to take the proper Sept. 10 Primary Election .
laM until November, so now is precautionary measures when Cost Schools $46,467Triest
the time to
get ready. the hurricane flag is raised.
It's possible to tell almost

('x.ll'lIvhen. and where a On October 1, 1973 Bradford In this "off-year" election Brown says that several
hurricane much ; damage will hit it and will how do. Protecting Property County's registered voters only five county officestwo changes have been made in Construction Co. of Don Morgan, board architect seems fitting in a situation of
however Buildings can be protected numbered 6,924. Following a county commisison posts, and election laws pertaining to Keystone Heights is low reported that 5,000I this kind and could result in a
enough
Aimi/ingly against hurricane winds of the voter list ending three school board member- campaign contributions that bidder for
choose purge the off street I cubic yards of fill dirt will be sayings to taxpayers, Shaw
hurricane man. .) people to until ignore it's which can drive a plank in January 31, 1974, 1,745 names shipswill be in competition.The should be noted by all candi- driver's education range as needed at the operations said
warnings arrow-like fashion through a were stricken from the contested Commissionseats dates. accepted at a special meetingof complex being built near the !Morgan and Temple were
KM) late tree trunk, fling pieces of records reducing the list of will be those now held by The new law requires that a the Bradford County School Middle School. !Kill dirt costs authorized to work out the
The Insurance\ Information buildings through the air like voters to 5,179.According George W. Roberts, Dist. 2; candidate list the full name, Board June 14. $1.50 per cubic yard, Morgan details with the county
the million ofAniericjins
Inl>tllutl'aI'nl' > shrapnel and Hip a mobile and Eddie Allen, Dist. 4. residence and mailing address The cost will be $46,467 commission.
who live or plan to home or car like a tinkertoy. to figures sup- occupation and which includes paving and said.Following discussion, the
vacation along the list: and plied by Supervisor of Elec- School Board seats in con- principal place of business of painting, fencing, lighting, board authorized bidding to a Morgan also recommended
tions Jeneva M. Flynn, tention will be those now held all contributors.Both communications system and private company the loading, that the board advertise for
Wednesday June 25 the total by Blaine Thompson, Dist. 1; the campaign control tower.A hauling and unloading of the new bids on paving the area
Did You Know ? ? ? now stands at 5272. H. A. Lawson Dist. 2; and treasurer and the candidate or Triest representative dirt if the county would agreeto leading to the new bus barn
With only 30 days remaining Seeber D. Goodman, Dist. 5. campaign chairmen must estimated completion in 80 allow use of a borrow pit. and operations complex. lie
before July 27, time is growing Also "in the running" will initial or sign every form in an days which is well within the School Board Attorney Gene explained that the low bidderon
short for those who were be House of Representatives effort to make the candidate 120 day time period of the Shaw suggested that a letterbe the construction contractfor
removed from the list in the Dist. 25 (Bradford, Clay, and equally responsible for the contract. sent to the County Com- ( the complex did not have
G e purge and for new voters who part of St. Johns Counties), activities of his campaign, State funds now available mission requesting the use of the low bid on paving and the
can qualify for registration.There now held by Rep. Frank along with the campaign total $25,000 with $12,500 more dirt from the borrow pit alternate was dropped.The .
E ., ., will be less time for Williams; and State Senator treasurer.In coming July 1 and another owned by the county.Cooperation bid of the paving should
new registrations this year, Dist. 6, including BradfordCounty addition all cash contri- $12,500 July 1, 1976, according between the come in at $40.0(10( Morgan
the Supervisor said, since a now held by Sen.J. H. butions over $100 must have a to Jim Temple school supt. commission and school board estimated.
new law )just passed by the Williams of Ocala.In statement from the contributor -
( "a:>> 1974 Legislature, providesthat in triplicate acknow-

\a I books shall close 45 days the non-partisan judi-- ledging the contribution and to Eternal Is To
Requirement
before the First Primary, ciary election scheduled for whom it was made. Vigilance
rather than 30 days, as pre- September 10, the same dateas Up to now, campaign
1 viously provided. the First Primary, the four reports have been required Keep Taxes Down Realtors Told
year unexpired term of the only on the first Monday of ,
"This means that registration late 8th Circuit Judge GeorgeL. each quarter, but starting
books will close at 5 p.m. Patten will be in com August 5, reports will be Eternal vigilance on the hearings "in quarter page In regard to the con-
Saturday, July 27, for persons petition. This seat is now held required every Monday part of taxpayers will be ads" in the local newspapers. trevl'rsiallinandal I disclosurelaw.
desiring to vote in the First by Judge Wayne Carlisle, through October 28, the week necessary to keep ad valorem He urged the public to pay Williams said that after
Primary on Sept. 10," Mrs. appointed by Gov. Askew to prior to the November taxes under control in Florida attention to these ads and one session in Tallahassee he
Flynn said. "They will remain fill the vacancy until January. General Election. under the new 100 percent attend the budget hearingsand was convinced such
open until 5 p.m. Saturday, Qualifying time for these Brown said these changeswill assessments Hep. Frank let their wishes he knownin legislation is needed in
Sept. 21, for persons wishingto posts starts at noon Tuesday, require considerablymore Williams told the Clay- regard to the millage roll- Florida, and declared that any I
AMERICA'S NO.1 be eligible to vote in the July 9, and ends at noon paper work on the partof Bradford County Board of back. ollice holder unwilling to
CI! AIR November General Election," Tuesday, July 23. candidates for state and Realtors at a dinner meeting Williams a first term comply w ith the act should not
she added. Clerk of the Court Gib county offices. Tuesday night in the Starke legislator said he would seek hold office.
CONDITIONINGMAKER Golf and Country Club. re-election in the fall Preceding the steak dinner,
Williams termed the two primaries, and stated he was members and guests enjoyeda
mill roll-back passed by the proud of his !11\1.8\1\) !> percent t 1 hospitality hour at the homeof
Cow Killed Car DamagedIn last Legislature "a fraud" in voting record at the last :Mr. and Mrs. Clyde B.
that it would not lower, but legislative session. TerwillegarLincoln
Has All The Answers To
would rather increase the ..
amount of taxes paid by the -
Wreck On
US-301 SouthA average taxpayer under the
Your Air Conditioning new assessments."I .
$200 cow in the wrong Jackson and Temple Streetson the 1960 Chevrolet pickup and have inquired of tax CityDRIVEIN
place at the right time died US-301. Cowart's 1969 the 1973 Buick, according to assessors in the three counties
Problems. after causing $800 damages to Chevrolet truck was towing the accident report filed by I represent and have been told
the car that struck her. another vehicle, a 1960 Patrolman G. A. Tomaso- that assessments will be up
Sally locker Kohler, 19. of Chevrolet pickup, steered by vitch, who investigated the anywhere from 45 to 70 percent -
Waldo, was driving a 1967 Richard Steven Tyler 20, of mishap.A ," Williams said BRRBECUEJULY
Window Units a Pontiac northbound on US-301, Starke. 1974! Oldsmobile, drivenby "Therefore, it is foolish to
Thursday, June 20, two miles After the attendant had James Austin Cain, 61, of expect lower taxes when the
From south of Starke, one-tenth of a serviced the first vehicle the Jacksonville, on Saturday, millage is rolled back only 20 OPENS
mile north of the Brooker driver started to depart with June 22, had stopped for the percent." THURSDAY 4BARBECUED
turn-off when ncr car struck the disabled truck still in tow, red light on US-301 at the Call Williams said that tax-
the $200 animal which was but without the steering driver Street intersection. payers must make their
5,000 TO ZB.ooa standing in the center of the behind the wheel. When the Traveling in the same voices heard "long and loud"at CHICKEN
inside lane of the highway. tow chain tightened betweenthe direction directly behind the the forthcoming budget
BTUs Trooper L. G. Manning of two vehicles the front stationary vehicle was a 1971 hearings if they are to expect AND RIBS- As It should beJUST
the Florida Highway Patrol, wheels of the towed pickup Cadillac, driven by George any kind of relief from oppressive -
SPECIAl who investigated the accident, veered sharply to the left and Gladstone Gaither, 70, also: of taxes. He said
estimated damages to the knocked over the center pumpof Jacksonville, who was unableto legislation was passed
Pontiac at $800. the three pump bay. The stop his vehicle before requiring local I taxing boardsto TWO BLOCKS OFF 301 SOUTHON
IS.SOOBTUs 5299 Three vehicles and a uprooted gasoline pump crashing into the car in frontof advertise their budget LINCOLN CITY ROADCHEC
gasoline were involvedin continued its and him.
pump course __ __ ____ ___
Slade Gas a service station mishap slammed into the third Captain Harold Crews of the d
Sawyer that occurred Thursday vehicle a 1973 Buick driven by Starke Police Department,
morning, June 20, on North Merrill W. Starling of Lawtey who investigated the collision
& Temple Avenue. which had pulled in for ser- estimated damages at $150 to
r Rinconditioning Abel Jackson Cowart, 24, of the front end of the Caddy and
Starke. had pulled into the vice.Damages to the pumps and $50 damages to the rear end of
332 Madison 964-7701 Tenneco Service Station station property were set at the Olds.
located at the corner of $2,800 with minor damage to No injuries were reported in
ATEEXECUTIVE
the accidents.


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To Win In The In Calif."We 12x65A

new idea in warmth and

are hopeful that one of dimension. Unique panelingand
GU FEDERAL the defendants will be
returned to Bradford County,
mirrors with
within the next 90 days coupled heavy

INVITATIONALJust Sheriff Tuesday.Dolph June Reddish 25, followinghis said modern furniture, drapery and

return from San Quentin
Prison, near San Francisco, carpet combination tastefully

register for the great golf giveaway! California.On .
June 18, Sheriff Reddish blend tones with the now look.

II&; -. If play golf know all about water holes out- accompanied Assistant State .
,
you you
Attorney Stan Morris and 4 9 -7-1ra -6-ir+ 2ar+f-- &'ir--w- ---"s 1 ---' -4-v f--strBedroom -
to t of-bounds markers, sand traps and 60-foot putts. But Special Investigator Johnny .

j t in the Guaranty Federal Invitational there's none of Yarborough to the California Bedroom Fl. i '
prison for another of a seriesof l
that! To play, all you do is register! interviews with Carl 0o Living Room
Taylor, one of the defendants oo K/tehsn O
Just stop by any Guaranty Federal office thru July charged on November 30, 1973 Front __ _

12th. On July 15th a drawing will be held for a new in the triple Keystone Heights a murder that took place two
I set of men's and ladies' First Flight woods and irons years earlier on November 30,

with bags. Dozens of second place winners will receive 1971.

MacGregor golf balls. All prizes will be awarded. "We are having to work on 2 Bedrooms

ai 'While you're registering, be sure to ask for your free the defendants one at life a time.
Taylor is serving a sen-
4 tees and ball markers ... a gift to you from Guaranty tence in California, from 2 Full Baths
where he was extradited to
Federal. Colorado for entering a guilty

-' ., r The Great Golf Giveaway.. it's part of the Guaranty case plea in there.the Lakewood He was sentencedto murder Home Type Furniture

.I Federal Invitational, the best game in town. Stop by another consecutive life

Guaranty Federal, loon.SAYINGS term flown from in Colorado.Colorado to He Texason was

May 23 and received Carpeted Throughout
INFORMATION another life sentence for a
murder committed in Texas

.Tpe If nicest Itlresilneut. ....Term AMU)fete Anal peed' and then" returned to '
California, Reddish said. in Kitchen
Carpet
NOW THERE ARE FIVE tasteokSavKts Nw Nnt 525% 5 S31% Outdoor.
LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU! New CirtitKiti. JI.OQO MOqs 51$% S S2'I Carl Robert Taylor is the
Gainesville: 220 N. Main !NrwCertrficiti SI.003 1 Tear 150% 112% son-in-law member of the
3501 W Ulljursity An. Raw Clrtlhatl 11.000 2 2'/' Tars 175% I !lYe itinerant Sherman McCrary Bar In Living Room
New Certifiuti Sh000Tears 7.SOW 7.714 i family who were captured in .
3300 S.W. Archer rR'jSUrki < ftie! California In June 1972,
until ire Ia"'dt.comdd
: 395 W.Mjtfiion following the shooting of a
during a BUY NOW WHILE THE PRICE IS LOW !
Ktystont HiiMs: Lawn net $lvd.andAstlntutlrlisterestpeultrlsregwedl' ) lor 1M" policeman super
and
market holdup robbery.
Sylvan Way withdrawal, on certificate puts See Mark Olin Today He Is Ready To Save YouMoneyOPEN
the time
Arrested at were

Guaranty ederal SyVINIS; Sherman his wife Raymond, Marilyn McCraryand son 7 DAYS A WEEK 9 A.M. 8 P.M. SUNDAYS 1 P.M. 6 P.M.QUITS .

( t.rtlr Np Danny and daughter Ginger,
tvsNasy the wife of Carl Taylor. .
1 Savings and Loan Association We MOBILE

\."OAt Following an investigationthe
INSURED
: ; ': traveling family became HOMEST.u..n"PIl
U'TO suspect in 22 separate murders -

The Friendly Savings Center! uo.ooo In seven different states,
.'IIIII'-. including the 3 Keystone
= tE cn""I. murders in which Barbara L. Hwy. 100 Starke 9645606I'age2o
t;" o. "" .K Turner, her daughtert'Valerie
and Patricia (Pat)
Marr were victims.
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