Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 5, 1975
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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06th Year STAUKE. FLORIDA IS Cents

I 46th Issue Thursday Junes, 1975 Copy

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J. Merchants To Preview Downtown Area Design

Public SetOn
Starke merchants will be Commerce office Friday, urge all business and pro be incorporated in the. final Hearing
given a preview of a plan for. I June 6, at 7:30: p.m. fessional men to attend the plan.
updating the central business preview of their design work

district of the city when two Tom Mumford and Dick After Friday's viewing by
University of Florida architecture Dunlap, who developed the and provide local input by the merchants, another date
students unveil their plan .after weeks of studying offering suggestions for Improvements will be set for viewing by the

design at the Chamber of the downtown area of Starke, or alterations to general public,

1 Huge Power Line

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To New Steel Plant

:$ x I A public hearing will be held August 4 on plans of Florida

Power& Light Co. to construct a 240 kilovolt (KV) transmission

*U' line between the Ford Switching Station Just northeast of Law-
Problem tey to the Steelbald Substation near Interstate 10, south of Bald
Dog .
4 v.a and specifications for the huge power line were pre-
sented Monday to the Board of County Commissioners who set
the hearing date for 9:30: a.m. at their regular August meeting.

Still Plagues In its prospectus, FPL said may be mined in the near
a the line, which will have a future and the alternate route
,<< transfer capability and inputof referred to may thus be more
f>** approximately 400 MVA, is desirable" the prospectussaid.

F&*$ part of its long-range expansion The reference to mining
'-y Union CountyLAKE plans supporting the con apparently refers to property
&*** tinuing growth and develop held by National Lead Co.
ment of North Central north of Highland for the pur-
rwjtfjm, .w WSj BUTLER The stray are also faced with the stray Florida. In the immediate pose of mining ilmenite.

i a.jj jjjjjwjj g-jjjjjjp 'j dog problem in Union County dog problem just the same as future, however, the line will Total cost of' the
1 'tt aPSS l look up more than the first I I. Lawrence said. primarily serve the new 17 miles of line approximately -
hour of Tuesday's June 3 The commissioners took no Florida Steel Mill at Baldwin,
Jri : with the
quoted at $1,765,000
further action on the project which is scheduled for com
meeting of the county com
S 2 II SirjS <] but referred the following breakdown: right-
rY mission, with the problemonce Tuesday, pletion by the summer of 1976.
matter once again to the Existing 115 KV lines of-way. $465.000; material,
[ ||-5 jf again being referred to canine committee who is to supplying the Baldwin now $700,000; and labor, 600000.
(he canine committee by the come up with some answerson area The major portion of this
commissioners.The the operation: of the dog are inadequate to support themill's' expenditure will be made, in
**& % .. .. Lake Butler-Union pound after it is constructed electric arc furnace the area of the proposed line,
County project which also as well as the provisions for load, the FPL report said. the report said.

'SJ includes Raiford'and Worthington the pickup of the stray ani- Through most of its six estimated
.. X .. .... : Springs, began last mals, and the cost of manpower It was that
: '. October when the Lake Butler requirements. miles in Bradford County the $623.000 will be spent in the
.....:. ...>> w 4y .i line generally follows the Bradford County with
., ... ? 'r'r- '.,.... 7 r.y. M ? .r4: City Council included the sum Sharon Minshew, com Clay-Bradford County boun- area
$212.000 going for labor
':-.. ," ', of $3,000 in the city budget to mittee chairman, said that a dary line (see map). The $164.000 for right of and;
be applied toward the con- of her committee
.. meeting report said that the portion in
$247,000 for material.
r-.. .. .' struction of dog and cat would be held later
I ..... ..... a Tuesday, north Bradford and Clay
... 't4; .. .._ impoundment facility for the June Other committee
: =-. ... 3. Counties that bends westward Counties crossed by the line

!i.j,' '.1t'MoI ..It.1I't .,-;.. -....,.,..' .. disposition animals.of stray and unwanted members are Mayor Garnet 'away from U.S. 301 may be will also receive additional
Dukes of
'I4 Worthington
alternate from
relocated to an route revenue taxes paid
;; upon
.. )t _oI' ... < ),0' .' ... After being discussed by the Springs, Mayor Elmer which does parallel the high purchased and
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: ... ..: -.r. .. ', several boards involved and (See Page 16) improvements
J't. ;" + way. "This particular area the
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a,_ "'" w _+r"v.. ...: ? : xM' Y"'ui ? the committee!during the past .
: .. ...... .*<. -?,. ,-. .. -'.\'4n(;Wr! .' months the commto\ ------ taR"h. 'B ,MICm" H '1-', **said Anaieragduf29menwiltib, r,.,. ."
were asked for financial Y I ImM t
., New CountyriLibr"ary' On Its Way Up assistance Tuesday to employed on the project overa

begin construction of the six-months jerlod. with
j kennels. wages .
jI I Ground was broken Monday for Bradford County's new Jackson Street Intersection The north and east sides of the Committee chairman per man, on an annual basis.

L, public library to go up in the next five months on the corner of facility are to be solid without window. Both the west and Sharon Minshew presented Around ten additional men
Jackson and Walnut Streets in Starke. Officials gathered south sides will have split face concrete block and windows. plans for a 12x48 foot kennel will be employed in clearing

Monday to officially open construction. From left, they are The library will have for 20,000 volumes. Another 300 containing eight 6x12 pens to right-of-way for three to four
Contractor Ernest Triest, County Commissioners Dave is aside space for house the stray animals. The months, with pay of around $5
feet set storage.
I Shuford, George Roberts, and Dave Paulk, Architect Robert square Funds for the library will come from various county minimum cost estimate for per hour.
, Librarian construction was $1,500. The route of the new line
Taylor, Minx, Commissioner E.W.. the next four from
including some$20,000 over years
! Hodges, Library Board Chairman Muriel Norman, and state Commissioner Clyde Crews will follow an existing 115 KV
and Mrs.
operation of a record shop, Stuff & Things, by Mr. '
moved that the commissioners -
library projects consultant Lorraine Schaeffer, line for 13 miles of the distance -
The under a library build vM
John Sanders. shop was operated contribute $750 toward t necessitating widening
Triest has 150 working days to give the library its first ing committee which has disbanded since the Sanders boughtthe the cost of construction. qR? (he right-of-way. The total
home of its own. The county commission awarded the bid record shop recently for the sum of$20,000. area needed to be cleared for
When it became
May 3 for $85,774 as the lowest and best of 10 bids. County Clerk Gib Brown has indicated that some federal apparentthat estimated
new right-of-way is
funds will be used for the library, which no plans had been madeto ,_ ,
The new 4,000 square foot building is to be constructed on revenue sharing for the r 1 at 150 acres.Construclion.
fix the
the east side of Walnut Street and on the north side of Brown says will be put up without borrowing for the project.Commlslloner pickup of responsibility animals and for
6' is scheduled to
their subsequent care, and
the last of
begin by September
that cost estimate for the
1975 and will require approximately -
Residents operation and maintenance of
Lawtey nine months to com-
the facility, including man Union High valedictorian Shelley Riherd with a 3.9 grade plete.In .
power, was available, com point average, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Paul Riherd of its application for
missioner Crews withdrew his
Lake Butler. development approval, FPL
motion to contribute funds UIIS salutatorian Is LaWayne Crawford, who posted a 3.7 states there will be no detri-
Asked To Protest until those matters were grade point average, and Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester mental effects on the qualityof

resolved."I Crawford of Providence. Crawford is president of the UIIS air and water in the area
don't feel "that it's a senior FFA Chapter.Graduation. crossed by the line, and no
sioner county Paul problem Riherd said about noise pollution.All .

Prison Expansion the stray animals. Set Friday Night persons wishing to be

!l M t ir His remark was challenged heard in the matter may

Possible expansion of r the dents of Lawtey, expeciallythose however by R.D. Lawrence, Commencement exercises are set tomorrow night (Friday. appear at the August 4 hear-
Lawtey Community Correc- of the black community, who has appeared at several June 6) at 8 p.m. for some 240 graduates of Bradford High ing.
tional Center to house a totalof where the Correctional Institute meetings in the past promot- School and some 84 for Union High School.

300 inmates instead of (the is located in a renovated ing the construction of the dog UHS ceremonies are set to begin at 8 p.m. at the high Phone Business

I present 100 has met opposition school building, to write + pound.' school athletic stadium. In case of rain graduation will take
I, from State Representative Governor Askew asking that "I 1 live in 'no-man's land. I place in the UHS auditorium. Baccalaureate was held Office RelocatedThe
do not live within the city
Frank Williams who says, the expansion program be Sunday in the auditorium.
"I'm sick and tired of the halted before it is started. limits of Lake Buller, of local business office of
Division of Corrections or any Jesse Moore, assistant prin- Worthington, or of Raiford. I Bradford High ceremonies are also set at 8 p.m. at the Florida State Telephone Co.
other state agency forcing cipal of Bradford High School live in Union County. You, the football stadium. Ceremonies will be moved to the opened Monday in a new loca-
things on communities that who resides directly across commissioners are my auditorium in Starke in case of rain. Breaking with tradition, tion at 136 W. Call St.
they don't want." 'from the Lawtey center, said county fathers. I want repre- BUS will combine commencement and baccalaureate into Gerald Williams, local manager -
that an appeal to the Governorwas E.W. Hodges Attorney Gene Shaw, and sentation from you not only ceremony for tomorrow night. Photos and names of BHS and plant supervisor,
Williams has asked resi- the only hope of stopping Architect Robert Taylor discuss plans (for driveways for for myself but for all the other honor graduates are on pages 6 and 7 of this issue of the will have his office at the new

wa't r .,nwwawmnfe the expansion program since delivery Into the new county library at the groundbreaking residents who do not live in Telegraph. location where Gladys Hobbs
Rep. Williams had failed in an ceremony Monday. town but in the county, who Fourteen students will graduate with honors in Union and Oleeta Hardenbrook,
aen Qrttrt effort to kill a legislative County. High honors students, with averages of 3.5 or higher, cashier-greeters,. will'also be
appropriation of $2,961.950 for are valedictorian Shelley Riherd salutatorian LaWayne stationed. ,
construction of the project. Bids Crawford, Karen Sue Dukes and Regina Elaine Phillips. The installation of automatic
number identification
Moore said that under the Disposal Equipment UIIS honors graduates are Kevin Lee Blorn Amelia Vivian equipment in the main building

expansion plans some Davis,Michael Sidney Fortner, VollieDeWitt Griffis, Glanda across from the city hall,
"medium security" inmates Kay Griffis. Anthony B. Holmes, Joseph Maxwell Jr., Jack made the move necessary,
would be housed at the center Scott Musseau, Annett Denise Redmann, and Debra Lynn Mrs. Hardenbrook said.
whereas, at the present time, Boardplumbing Stancil.
,, GRADUATION only minimum security In- Sought By County
Bradford High mates are kept there. "The

: Athletic Stadium, addition presents a danger to that Williams Turned Down On Request
the community, and STARKE With the announcement Hampton, Lawtey and problems
: Friday June especially to those of us who that Bradford Brooker, where the compactor needed to be according corrected to in the the I

..' t p.m.. live next door," Mbore said. county's application to the units will be installed contractors renovation interpretation,
Farmers Home Administration along with the 40 cubic foot Investigation Of Askew Shevin
James Wainwright, super- were not included in the con ,
; QRAOUATJONUnion intendent of the center, said for a $200,000 loan has garbage containers. The con tract and that the contractorwas
been approved, the commissioner's tainers, after being filled at
the expansion would have wanting more money to Frank Williams of
: Rep. vestigation of political practices Williams, who was one of
High authorized a call for the local sites, will be
economic benefits for the get those items done. Starke was turned down Tues- of Gov. Reubin Askew only four members to vote
Athletic StadiumFriday bids on the equipment to removed truck to the
: area since a'portion of the handle the county's garbage landfill by location at the Architect Robert Taylor day by House Speaker Donald and Attorney General Robert Monday against all 11 i articlesof
money earned by men on the county explained that the specifica- Tucker in his call for an in- Shevin. Impeachment brought
,June 4 work-release is disposal.At Keystone airport, for final disposal -
'program tions were drawn as com against suspended Insurance
{, S p.m. spent in the 'community. the commission meeting' and daily coverage of- pletely as possible on the Hampton To Elect City Officials Commissioner Thomas
the waste matter.
Wainwright said that medium Monday. June 2 ,Robert
----- renovations at the jail but O'Malley,said that Askew and
security prisoners require Taylor, board architect, was commissioners will also that in work of this it
type was Marshal? With 60 per cent of the approximate Shevin should be investigated
Appointive -
I only a little more,supervision.than told to proceed on the adver-
: FINAL'PHASELand enter into a 10 year lease not unusual for hidden 170 qualified voters to see if they were involved in
UM Study minimum. security In- tisement of bids to be openedat agreement with the city of problems to develop after the'work No.Appointive Clerk? visiting the polls thecountwas situations similar to the
: City -
added that "we
.mates,- and the next commission meeting -
Wed., June 11, 7:30p.m.,. have had no problems" at the on July 7. Keystone Heights for the use was underway.The NO : charges against O'Malley,

: County Courthouse, center so fare An eight-foot .The equipment to be purr fill.of airport property .for a land- commissioners A .tw-year term for the Appointive Marshal-.76 no. 'He questioned whether

r c.;....,., fence will be erected around chased is five compactor "I don't'want to get In the authorized c the architect to' Mayor? Yes. 28 yes. Clerk 80 _23 Askew and Shevin accepted
work' Appointive no,
the unit if the : additional .
Lawtey expan- units, six portable containers approve any gifts without reporting them
: 'fflfyr: r 'QI Catntnunitg sion program goes through. one open top container and a Dolph middle Reddish on this said thing Monday Sheriff in that needed to be done over Decisive answers to these yes.A. term for .made improper deals In the i
Wainwright said. truck to transport the containers and above that are not Included questions were given by 104 two-year Mayor sale of their share' of law
Stair Wattlea..eba.w4A.wMYS } referring to certain problemsthat voters in the Hampton's ,,- 48 no, 54 yes. _
I Expansion of the Lawtey to the landfill site after had cropped on the in the original specifi special firms and favored their
center is one'of. 14 proposed they have been filled at their renovation,project up at the calicos I The commissioners election Tuesday, indicating The charter change extending former law partners. "1 think
n.w 'projects which will add 4,973 ,.respective locations. also specified that the con no intention to give up the the term 'cl mayor will the people of Florida deserve
:r.NrM.0.rna' rMiw C.r.' .new beds to the prison system. Loading ramps are to be Sheriff Reddish explainedthat tractor should make his right to elect their marshal become effective with the next See Page It*
1 See Page, 161 constructed at Starke, some electrical and ,-(See Page .14)) and clerk. city election In September.

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Teenage Installation VolunteersHold & DinnerThe Yhe97cthi y The ;j7

Teenage Volunteers of following officers: Teresa
the Bradford County Hospital Spivey, president; Nancy ,
Auxiliary held their in- llildreth, vice-president; Pam JlaJgJ moolJ .$oerel 1//01', 964.7608
stallation dinner Friday nightat y
Tucker, secretary and Linda ._'_ __ ------ -----
the home of their sponsor, Settles, treasurer. ----------------------n-------
Mrs. Linda Johns. Awards were given to -
g The four card tables and Nancy Hildreth, Pam Tucker Marilyn BollingeWeddingMay r-J.M. Baley, III Landa Thornton
buffet table were set up in the Teresa Hobbs, Linda Settles Twilight
carport where hanging and Teresa Spivey. Nancy Complimented At Two Parties
baskets and potted plants Hildreth was voted as out- 1.7 In Asheville, N. C.
were placed al points of In- standing Teenager Volunteer Miss Landa Thornton. corsage made of daisies and Crusade:
terest. The tables were engrave and given an The First Baptist Church In whose marriage to Robert peach roses from the materialof
covered cloths and with centered red checked with plaque. Outgoing Asheville, N.C.was the setting Koistinen will be-an event of her bridesmaid's dresses. * *
president, Debbie Bryant was for the marriage of Miss Monday, June 9, was honoredat
hurricane lamps that held given an overnight makeup kit Marilyn Kay Bollinger two parties in the past -------- Worship
lighted candles. and a past president's pin. daughter of Dr. and Mrs. H.G. k week.
d'oeuvres Before the dinner served. hors Bollinger of Starke, to James On Tuesday night, May 27, a On Saturday night Miss Under The Stars
Mrs. were Linda Lawson, Xi Iota Delta Major Baley III, son of Judge bridal shower was given at the Thornton was honored at a -Out Door Revival
4 bridal shower by Mrs. ;
and Mrs. James M. Baley Jr Pine Level Baptist Church
Wood sponsor, Installed the Met 20Xi of Asheville, N.C. Fellowship Hall. Hostesseswere Rudolph Sapp, Mrs. Lyn Friday & Sat.
May Dr, Cecil E. Sherman performed 1r Mrs. Mark Moody, Mrs. McRae, Mrs. Gerald Norman
Daryl HilliardEngagement Stern PupilsPresented the ceremony on Eugene Lee, Mrs. Roscoe and Mrs.Tullie Norman at the 7:30: P.M.. Jun 13&14
Iota Delta sorority met Saturday, May 17, at 4 p.m. Bullington, Mrs. Wayne Sapp, home of the latter.
ToldMr. May 20 at the home of Cherie W. Dan Hardin, organist, Mrs. Leonard Moore, Mrs. J. The refreshment table was * *
Cox.Plans and Jan Eric Douglas, soloist, M. Norman and Mrs. Owen covered with a white linen EvangelistSam
and Mrs. Russell Wood Recital May 30 for summer socials presented a program of 'nuptial Alvarez, Jr. cloth and centered with an
announce the engagement of were made. music. The refreshment table was arrangement of day lilies and Cathy
their daughter Cathy Jean, to The next regular meetingwill Decorating the altar were covered with a white' linen shasta daisies.
Daryl Randall Milliard son of Miss Louise Stern presenteda be held at the home of potted spring flowers Includ- cloth edged in lace and cen- The 18 guests enjoyed President Of
Mr. and Mrs. Luther C. group of piano students in Harriet Bryan on Sept. 2. ing geraniums, coleus and tered with an epergnette games with prizes during the Conference Of
Milliard. recital on Friday, May 30, at sweet Williams, and three holding white tapers and party hours. Southern Baptist
The wedding will take place The First Baptist Church. branched candelabra with 'k- shasta daisies. Mrs. Norman The hostesses presented the
August 29 at 8 p.m. in the First Pupils on the programwere Gamma Theta white tapers. and Mrs. Sapp presided at the honoree with a bedspread as a Evangelists
Baptist Church of Starke.All : Kevin Johns, Sherri Joy Gooch handed out the i punch bowl. memento of the occasion.
friends and relatives are Norman Lisa Alvarez, Joyce Met May 30 wedding programs and Nancy Ferry, Va. and Gettysburg, The gift table was centered Among those attendingwere Great Music By
invited to attend.DUPLICATE. Wainwright, Martin Mersey, Goodhue gave the invocation.The Pa. the couple is residing at with a driftwood tree Mrs. Vernie Thorntonand
Cindy Norman Irene congregation stood and 303 Pole Creasman Road, decorated with bridal favors, Mrs. Elva McRae, mother Sweet Incense
BRIDGE Wainwright, Carlos .Her Gamma Theta sorority met sang three verses of "Jo,ful, Asheville, N.C. wedding bells, rice bags, and grandmother of the Madison St.
CLUB RESULTS nandez, Yolanda Hernandez, at the home of Dimple Joyful, We Adore Thee'* by The bride is a 1968 graduateof hearts, doves and wedding honoree.
Terri Smith and Paula Carter. Overstreet Beethoven.The School a
on May 30. Bradford High ; rings. Quartet &
Hhea Johnson and Lora Mothers of the pupils Plans for summer socials worship and dedication 1972 graduate of Samto'rd Uni The punch table, overlaid New Arrivals
Francis were the winning assisted in serving refresh- were made. ceremony conducted by Dr. versity; and is currently a with a white linen cloth, was Other GroupsTo
couple at Duplicate Bridge ments during a social hour. The next regular meetingwill Sherman included: Statementof teacher at Buncombe Technical centered with two shasta Mr. and Mrs. John David
Tuesday night. Dr. and Mrs. Miss Stern awarded composer be held at the home of Sue Purpose, Parents'Blessing, Institute, Asheville, N.C. daisy arrangements. Nail of Jacksonville announcethe Be Held On
Ari Watana were second andEva statuettes to the theory Little Sept. 8. Covenant and Vows, Ex- Mr. Baley is a graduate of Games were played by the birth of a son, Robert
Malthewson and Jeff students who had completed a change of Kings Pronouncement the University of North Caro- 50 guests attending and prizes Michael, born May 15 in Softball Field
Wren!>hall were third. section of theory lessons. of Marriage, Lighting of lina School of Business and awarded.The Baptist Hospital. Grandparents Madison St. Bapt.
the Wedding Candle. and School of Law. He is an attorney hostesses presented the are Mr. and Mrs. A.
Prayer of Dedication.The in the firm Westall and honoree with a pressure B. Floyd Sr. of Jacksonvilleand Hlway 100 Weal
bride wore a formal Baley. cooker and a handmade Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Nail of
gown of candlelight silk Kingsley Lake.
The early bird gets the organza over taffeta featuringan .
empire waist and long

greatest choice of savings. sleeves embroidered Venice lace accented covered venice with the lace.frontof re- WHO SAYS UK COST

the bodice and formed the
high collar. The chapel length

sion mantilla fell from of candlelight a small pillbox illu-

nif/sfrlHa tAe and venice was lace.edged She all around carried with a OF LOOKinG GOOD

white Bible, a gift of her aunt,
topped with yellow and white
daisies and flowers.A .

following reception the wedding was, at held the, IS GOinG UP!

r r -M / \ home the of the immediate groom's families parentsfor

and close friends. >
Save *7500''on this handsome
Following a wedding trip to -'
Contemporary Reclina-Rocker Monticello, Va., Harper's t ,It """ 'til Introducing new $14DoubleknitSlacks

Now $17900 Landa Thornton

: Robt.Koistinensf; ,.. ...: :.. .u::\, : byHaggar :

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To Wed June 9 lrr r

The wedding of Miss Landa
Thornton and Robert
: ; Koistinen will be held Mon- These 100% polyester doubleknit
day, June 9 at 8 p.m. in the

I with Pine a Level reception Baptist following Church in slacks are Value-Priced forFather's . . .
: the Educational Building.All .

Invited friends to attend.and relatives are Day

t Ann Cardenas 'a June 15

Doyle Kemp .featuring Comfort-Plus Fit for men

? ,..eI 'r with fashion
Wedding June 7 pockets, belt loops, and

flaired leg silhouette. Availablein
Mr.and Mrs. Alex Cardenasof
Lake Geneva announce the _a gift array of colors.
approaching marriage of their
daughter,Ann,to Doyle Kempof r.
i Lake Butler, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Perry Kemp of Raiford. C i4
The wedding will take place 1 1
June7 at 4 p.m. at the groom's -
home in Lake Butler, with a
i reception following. m
All friends and relatives are -
ij invited to attend.Edward !

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t NormansTo .
a cr

50th Anniversary

:: Mr. and Mrs. Edward Nor- ,,
man will celebrate their
... golden wedding anniversary
. Sunday June 8 from 2 to 5
p.m. at a reception given by
.. their children at the Educa- e
tional Building of the Bayless 1
!tIi t Highway Baptist Church.; 1fd r
1 All friends and relatives'are t
invited to attend. I r

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E Starting tomorrow, that La-Z-Boy Reclina-Rocker you've been promising yourself .and Mrs. Marc Jacksongave 4 t1.4 Zu
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"some day" can be yours and at savings from 47 to gg Our rare and Monday night for Sonny
rewarding Authorized Sale is your opportunity to come in and choose your Loudon who left Wednesday
i particular lap of luxury -any of the La-Z-Boy Reclina-Rockers shown here in for Anaheim, Calif. for' two .

i a wide, wide range of textures, or vinyls. Whichever you choose, you know you of years Jesus mission Christ with of Latter the Church Day
E have the best-the recliner backed by a Lifetime Warranty.* Don't settle for an Saints. F IL/u.ve/

imitation-come in for the real thing, La-Z-Boy, at these special savings! The 20 close friends and
members of the families
i -La-Z-Boy will repair or, at ill option replace a reclining mechanism or any working part thereof enjoyed a hamburger cookout
:i! without charge,except cost of packing and shipping thia offer good at any time. and patio ate at tables set up on the 1-- 1

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Teenage VolunteersHold ----------------------------------1

Installation & DinnerThe fJlte / / / !

Teenage Volunteers of following officers: Teresa
the Bradford County Hospital president
Spivey ; Nancy
Auxiliary held their in- Hildreth, vice-president; Pam ( /a4'oor'y' ; Society t gJilor, 964'7608 2

stallation the home dinner of their Friday sponsor nightat Settles Tucker,,treasurer.secretary and Linda . :: ___ __ __----_

Mrs. Linda Johns. Awards were given to e
The four card tables and Nancy Hildreth, Pam Tucker, Marilyn Bollinger J.M. Baley, III Landa ThorntonComplimented I
buffet table were set up in the' Teresa Hobbs, Linda Settles Twilight
carport where hanging and Teresa Spivey. Nancy At Two Parties
baskets and potted plants Hildreth was voted as out- Wedding May l.7ln Asheville, N. C. Crusade
were placed at points of in- standing Teenager Volunteer Miss Landa Thornton, corsage made of daisies and ;
terest. The tables were and given an The First Baptist Church in whose marriage to Robert peach roses from the materialof
covered with red checked engrave plaque. Outgoing Asheville,N.C.was the setting Koistinen will bean event of her bridesmaid's dresses. * *
cloths and centered with president, Debbie Bryant was for the marriage of Miss Monday, June 9, was honoredat
hurricane lamps that held given an overnight makeup kit -------- Worship
Marilyn Kay Bollinger, two parties in the past
lighted candles. and a past president's pin. V :
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. H.G. week.
Before the dinner. hors Bollinger of Starke, to James V On Tuesday night May 27, a On Saturday night Miss Under The Stars
d'oeuvres Mrs. were Linda served.Lawson, Xi Iota Delta Major Baley, III, son of Judge bridal shower was given at the Thornton was honored at a -Out Door Revival
and Mrs. James M. Baley, Jr w Pine Level Baptist Church bridal shower given by Mrs. ;
Cathy Wood sponsor, installed the Met May 20Xi of Asheville, N.C. Fellowship Hall. Hostesseswere Rudolph Sapp, Mrs. Lyn Friday & Sat.
Dr Cecil E. Sherman per Mrs. Mark Moody, Mrs. McRae, Mrs Gerald Norman
Daryl HilliardEngagement Stern PupilsPresented formed the ceremony on Eugene Lee, Mrs. Roscoe and Mrs.Tullie Norman at the 7:30: P.M., Jun 13&14
Iota Delta sorority met Saturday, May 17, at 4 p.m. Bullington, Mrs. Wayne Sapp, home of the latter.
Told May 20 at the home of Cherie W. Dan Hardin, organist, h- Mrs. Leonard Moore, Mrs. J. The refreshment table was * *
and Jan Eric Douglas, soloist, M. Norman and Mrs. Owen covered with a white linen EvangelistSam
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Wood Recital May 30 Cox.Plans for summer socials presented a program of nuptial Alvarez, Jr. cloth and centered with an
announce the engagement of were made. music. The refreshment table was arrangement of day lilies and Cathy
their daughter, Cathy Jean, to The next regular meetingwill Decorating the altar were covered with a white' linen shasta daisies. Of
Daryl Randall Hilliard, son of Miss Louise Stern presenteda be held at the home of potted spring flowers Including cloth edged in lace and centered The 18 guests enjoyed President
Mr. and Mrs. Luther C. group of piano students in Harriet Bryan on Sept. 2. geraniums, coleus and with an epergnette games with prizes during the Conference Of
Milliard. recital on Friday, May 30, at sweet Williams, and three holding white tapers and party hours. Southern Baptist
The wedding will take place The First Baptist Church. branched candelabra with t shasta daisies. Mrs. Norman The hostesses presented the
August 29 at 8 p.m. in the First Pupils on the programwere Gamma Theta white tapers. kFerry and Mrs. Sapp presided at the honoree with a bedspread as a Evangelists
Baptist Church of Starke. : Kevin Johns, Sherri Joy Gooch handed out the punch bowl. memento of the occasion.
All friends and relatives are Norman, Lisa Alvarez, Joyce Met May 30 wedding programs and Nancy Va. and Gettysburg, The gift table was centered Among those attendingwere Great Music By
invited to attend.DUPLICATE. Wainwright, Martin Hersey, Goodhue gave the invocation.The Pa. the couple is residing at with a driftwood tree Mrs. Vernie Thorntonand
Cindy Norman, Irene congregation stood and 303 Pole Creasman Road. decorated with bridal favors, Mrs. Elva McRae, mother Sweet Incense
BRIDGE Wainwright, Carlos .Her Gamma Theta sorority metal sang three verses of "Joyful, Asheville, N.C. wedding bells, rice bags, and grandmother of the Madison St.
CLUB RESULTS nandez, Yolanda Hernandez, the home of Dimple Joyful, We Adore Thee' by The bride is a 1968 graduate hearts, doves and wedding honoree.
Terri Smith and Paula Carter. Overstreet on May 30. Beethoven.The of Bradford High School; a rings. Quartet, &
Rhea Johnson and Lora Mothers of the pupils Plans for summer socials worship and dedication 1972 graduate of Samford Uni The punch table, overlaid New Arrivals
Francis were the winning assisted in serving refreshments were made. ceremony conducted by Dr. versity; and is currently a with a white linen cloth, was Other GroupsTo
couple at Duplicate Bridge during a social hour. The next regular meeting Sherman included: Statementof teacher at Buncombe Technical centered with two shasta Mr. and Mrs. John David
Tuesday night. Dr. and Mrs. Miss Stern awarded composer will be held at the home of Sue Purpose, Parents' Blessing, Institute, Asheville, N.C. daisy arrangements.Games Nail of Jacksonville announcethe Be Held On
Ari Watana were second and statuettes to the theory Little Sept; 8. Covenant and Vows, Exchange Mr. Baley is a graduate of were played by the birth of a son, Robert
Eva Matthewson and Jeff students who had completed a of Rings, Pronouncement the University of North Caro- 50 guests attending and prizes Michael, born May 15 in Softball Field
Wrenshall were third. section of theory lessons. of Marriage, Lighting of lina School of Business and awarded. Baptist Hospital. Grand- Madison St. Bapt.
the Wedding Candle and School of Law. He is an attorney The hostesses presented the parents are Mr. and Mrs. A.
Prayer of Dedication.' in the firm Westall and honoree with a pressure B. Floyd, Sr. of Jacksonvilleand Hlway 100 West
The bride wore a formal Baley. cooker and a handmade Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Nail of
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; Wedding May 23 At First.Methodist

Miss Susan Maria Faulknerand voile over satin featuring an
Joseph 'Bennie Bakken, empire waist with scooped
III were united in marriage neckline and butterfly
May 23 at 8 p.m. in the First sleeves.A satin band accentedthe
United Methodist Church. waistlmg. They wore
The bride is the daughter of lavendar straw hats with
Mr. and Mrs. Paul II. Faulk- bands, bows and streamers of CHEVROLET OLDS
::: ner. The groom is the son of the dress overlay. They
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bennie carried nosegays of white
".r, Bakken, Jr.) all of Starke. daisies, lavendar pompoms,
Dean Cassels, with Rev baby's breath and lavendar
George Harper assisting, per- streamers .
formed the ceremony. Paul Faulkner,Jr. organist,
"' Decorating the altar were and Billy McRae, soloist, pre- "Is Proud To Announce"THAT
two standing baskets of spring sented a program of nuptial
mixed flowers against a back-, music.. Mrs. Inez Green \provided ? -
ground of arched and seven- music at the reception.
branch candelabras with Karen Conroe and Sondra WE HAVE BEEN AWARDED THE
burning tapers and greenery Green attended as flower girlsin
panels. The pews were long dresses similar to the j
marked with white satin bows maid of honor.' )
and greenery.Mr. Ron Thomas was ring- t:
Bakken,. Jr. attendedhis bearer. B. F. GOODRICHTire
son as best man. Ushers The bride, given in Y
were Victor Griffis, Gary marriage by her father, worea J
Bakken, Larry David Andrews total look, traditional white
Greg Dodd and Lee organza empire gown, ( S.
Hardenbrook trimmed with sequined Franchise For
Mrs.Gloria Ellich served as scalloped chantilly lace. The
matron of honor Bridesmaids empire waist was encircled t g
were Misses Debbie Lewis, with white satin ribbon ending
Diann Moore and Eoline in a bow at the front of the
Green..The matron of honor bodice and panels of chantilly wful1 Starke and Bradford Co.
and attendants were gowned lace highlighted the front of
alike in raised print lavendar the gown which'! had full sheer

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SATES sleeves gathered on a lace A reception was held in the
4 banded cuff. The gown endedin church Fellowship Hall. Mr.
n' a detachable chapel train., and Mrs. Nick Crosby greetedthe
1111 Her long veil of illusion was guests at the door and J)
I outlined in scalloped chantillylace. Julie Griffis kept the bride's /,
She wore a silver inscribed book. / r / /
bracelet, of the / D '
a gift Standing in the receivingline ,
groom and carried a nosegayof were the bride and groom,
lavendar and white carna- their parents and bridal atten-
tions, white roses and remov- dants.
/ v- able orchid. the hall
Highlighting were
baskets of mixed spring
flowers and three candelabraswith Radial
burning white tapers. Sale !
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Jayne Hardy Honored At Two PartiesMiss Jjid l/fou.J\now Vicki Barksdale And Lee Sparks ncop0ceQUxflouJ? I

elect, Jayne complimented Hardy, bride-at a Small snapdragons handmade and carnations.clay pots June Ellen (Hardy, daughterof Wedding May 25 At First Baptist: Dr, and Mrs: R.. E.: Dopsonand

linen shower was and brunch on (filled with daisies and fern Mr. and Mrs. J. Ii:. (Hardy of Mr. and Mrs; 'J. D. Odom! son, Christopher, were
!Miss Sandie held place cards marking the Starke is a candidate for a Miss Vicki Lynn Barksdale, Jr. spent the weekend with weekend guests of Dr. and
May :31 given and by Miss Sally seating arrangement for the Bachelor of Science in daughter of Mr. and Mrs. -L I their son and dilughter-m-law. Mrs. Tom Woleshin' at. Per-
of Atlanta, Ua. and 20 guests. Criminal Justice degree this Robert C. Barksdale, and ; i Mrand Mrs. Charles Odom in nandina Beach.:
Kellogg The hostesses the Lee Sparks, of Court, S. C.
Mrs Jane Owens of presented Saturday June 7, at Valdosta Bobby son Mr. Grey
1 Dahlonega. Ga. held atpaddy's honoree with a queen size Stale College in Valdosta, Ga. and Mrs. Albert Sparks of I Mrs. John Strickland underwent -
in white wool blanket and Brooker were united in 4 M\ ; Mrs Mark Hamilton and surgery Monday in
Atlanta. Money handmade patchwork pillowas Mrs Vergie Barksdale is marriage Sunday, May 25, at 3 E children and Mrs George; the Alachua General Hospital.

The brunch tables were a memento of the occasion. returning today, Thursday, pm. in the l First .Baptist Hamilton of Tampa spent the
/ Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs
with Charles
Church Slarke weekend Mr.
with ovalarranl'm'nls from a weeks visit with Mr.
of yellow and ------- and Mrs. Algar Thomas in Rev. Ben Bryant performed | Sherrod Hamilton while Mark (Hardy, Mrs. Robert Milner,
!: attended National Don (Hardy and
while daisies, baby's breath, Avon Park. the ceremony. and George Jr., ;.Miss
On Saturday night, May 31, Mrs Charles Francis, Guard; camp. Esther Romero attended a
t Miss Hardy and fiance David Mrs. George H. Stevenson of organist and Mrs. Bobby birthday dinner Saturday in
Reading Program Mvndenhall were honored at a Milner, soloist, presented a Palatka for Mrs. Hardy's
hamburger fry given by Mrs. Decatur, Ga. spent the past program of nuptial music.A Mr. and Mrs. Bill Weldon mother Mrs.G. E. McCauley
; two weeks with Dr. and Mrs
Offered At M. C. Killip and Mr. and Mrs. Jr. gold wedding arch with and daughters of Bushnell are
Joe Wickliff at the summer O. L. Haynes, lighted tapers and green spending two weeks at the Sen. and Mrs. Charles Johns
Public Library lake home in Atlanta of thelaUeI' cypus palm trees decoratedthe Weldon collage on Crystal spent several days last weekin
Mr. and Mrs. A. B.
Whitehead visited Mr. and sanctuary. The chancel Lake. Joining them for a Columbus, Ga. visiting Mrs.P. .
The 20 guests were seated at was draped with a lily-of-lhe- 4e family reunion over the B. Massey
A \\alt Disney Ctirloon Parade Mrs. Marjell Dobbs in
t tables which held valley garland. White colonialurns weekend will be: Mrs. Gladys
Mill be the I first event lor .Madison on Monday.Mr. .
Slarke Mr. and
Uradlord arrangements of summer on each side of the arch Weldon Mr. and Mrs. Charles
he I County PublicLlbl'UI'V's
flowers contained while : 1\1. Patrick and daughter, and of
as centerpieces. gladioli, Parker family Miami
Ua//.le Dazzle
and Mrs. Bobby Welchof
the Mrs. 1<'. bridal blue d Cindy of West Florida Mr.and the weekend with
Summer:" Heading{ Program. Among guests was Savannah, Ga. will spendthe pink roses delphi- spent Mrs.
All children hll can read H. Mendenhall of Athens Ga. weekend with her nium, pink, white and yellowsnapdragons Mrs. Steve Weldon of Carolyn Rcdgravcand family.
parents and Mr and Mrs.
mother of the prospctivegroom. and Macclenny
yellow i
encouraged!: lo join thIsal'livity n y \
Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Jr
Weldon Jacksonvilleand
June !\1 i to July/ 21. and take home their daughter, white daisies, lavendar 'and Y Yi.J4i4 m Jim of Mrs. E. W. Hayes was
Ileadi.gcardsarea\' ulable The hosts gave the honored who had the blue pompoms, baby's breath their families.Mr. visiting Mr and Mrs. W. 1 E.
the and all and casserole and Angela spent and lern. Other ( Miami from
;OIt library boys couple a war- sprengeri (I ii Hayes in Thursday
week with her
girls are united to join. mer as a memento of the past grand- decorations consisted of two I < and Mrs. James to Monday.Mr. .
occasion. parents. gold tree candelabras withtapers 1 # Blackshear and son Tommy,
and spring flowers in ; attended the Moore-Sorrclls and Mrs. Winfred
Chief and Mrs. Bobby the center of the candelabras ; : wedding in Jacksonville Hazen of Gainesville were
I Wiggins Jacksonville Beach which were placed on each Saturday where Tommy was Sunday visitors of Mr. and
have moved into the side of the sanctuary. : best man.Andrea. Mrs. M. F. Hazen.
lytG Barksdale rental house on Albert Sparks attended his

Jackson street. Mr. Wiggins is son as best man. Ushers were Jay, Carmen and Mr. and Mrs. F. V. Herlong
commuting to Mayport.Mr. Wayne Norman, Larry David Len Eaves went to West Palm and Mr and Mrs. W. H.
Andrews James O'Brian and fri Beach by Amtrak Friday (to Steinmeyer of Jacksonvillewere
and Mrs. James Robert Barksdale, Jr. and Monday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Sunday visitors of Mrs.
Blackshear visited his brother ,Junior usher, David Sparks. Robert Eaves. W. 1<'. Herlong. -
a ia and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. James O'Brian at-
Ili1 Mrs. W. M. Blackshear in tended her sister as matron of Miss Andrea Eaves underwent -
Destin last week and also wentto honor. She wore a long gownof back surgery today. '
Panama City. light blue polyester crepe, Thursday, at Shand's Hospitalin ::i >:;'
deep ruffled flounce collar Gainesville. '11: :?
puffed sleeves, wide waist .:.i / ";'
band to side . ,
extending seam Mr. and Mrs. T. L Casey, t '"
I with sash that tied in back. Jr. and family Susan Reddish .
\7/ She wore a wdie brim straw and Johnny Hobbs visited ;:; ;
vo i in hat of medium blue wide bandto lwww Disney World on Saturday ;i
*ot match the dress.: She :

O carried a nosegay of bridal pompoms and baby's breath "Karen I Home,Julie and Aimee Sonny Loudon left Wed- .....
:; pink roses and spring flowers with pearl slreamers.A Ferguson and Connie and Lisa nesday for Salt Lake City for a :;. ;
i with shades of blue streamers. reception was held in the Moody.! week and then on to Anaheim.
3 Bridal attendants were Mrs. Woman's Club of Starke Following a wedding trip to Calif. where he will serve two ,;
Keith Patrick. Miss Carol where tall urns filled with Giitlinburg; and Smoky Mountains years church mission for the
Bloodworth, Barbara Valinski yellow chrysanthemums were the couple is residing at Church of Jesus Christ of %
and Martha Ellen Williams. placed on the porch. <>::10 W. Madison. Street Starke. loiter Day Saints.
/,\ Nancy Horne was junior Mrs.J.E. Hardy greeted the The bride is a J73: graduate
bridesmaid. They were guests at the door and stand- of Bradlord High School, Mrs. I Frieda Moblcy and
& gowned similar to the honor ing in the receiving line were attended SI. Johns River Miss June Hardy of Valdosta
attendant except in medium the bride and groom their Junior 'ollege and Santa Fe Ga were last Friday over I I7de II
HEARTY blue. They wore hats and parents and bridal attendants. Junior College. night guests of Mr.and Mrs. J. I
carried nosegays similar to Miss Vicki Turner kept the Mr. Sparks ia a 1972 graduate E.: Hardy
honor attendant. bride's book. of Bradford High School 4 i'4
Deanna Waters was flower Gold tree candelabras with and will be associated with Mrs Charles Darby, son,
girl and Cody Barksdale was lighted tapers and decorated Barksdale Theatres Inc. as Mike Darby of Wichita Kas., Best wishes,
ringbearer.The with spring \flowers were manager of the Florida Mr. and Mrs. Hobert Nobels graduates. We salute
r bride', given in placed on either side of the Theatre and 301 Drive-In in and family of Jacksonville achievement.

Happiness and success be with you always marriage by her father, worea stage.. On either side of Ihebride's Slarke. Mrs. Lee Akridge of Lake your
satinmist and cluny lace table were two colonialurns Butler and Mr. and Mrs

May the future bring much gown worn poised over layersof of spring flowers carry- Handy Johns and family spent
starched net and bridal ing out the bride's color d the weekend Jackson's ,
success and happln.ss. LLu.X- at Horse Shoe
taffeta. The fitted bodice was scheme. Beach .
Dairy QueenDale enhanced by bands of' lace The bride's table was '
BaldwinChevroletOlds appliqucd to form a square covered with a satin cloth Mrs. Louise Kite, Mrs. Lu Mike Darby of Wichita Has. Building Supply
.. '' trimmed in lace-'and \ ;ParksMiss Lillian .Stump, .. ,. -
... .- .... yoke with a' small stand-up' was who was visiting-pk moths. fWR3 ,. a
I i. : cluny'.lace collar. The ynuifhad I '' drdped.with smilax dnd clusters -" Mrs. Lester Crews, Mrs. C; K. Mrs. ChaHes Darby ? froWPl "*- f> !N.'Crierry.St.
linci Hernwall and Mr. and Mrs. j (
long bishop sleeves With : of spring flowers. A four to .
Brown Thursday TUetdctfJias; /
wide lace cuffs,' A-line'skirt tiered wedding cake centered James Blackshear attended Lima. Peru for 18 months goneto "Starke.: Fla. \, $.
and chapel length train fea- the table and was decorated the funeral of Mrs. Ruth where .
he is technical
1401 N. Temple Ave. Hwy 301 turing wide bands of lace. Her with spring flowers and Carlisle at Roberts Funeral representative for Cessna
floor length veil illusion was topped with wedding bells. Home in Ocala Monday af- Aircraft Co. 9646078EVERYONE
Starke Fla. StarkeFla secured by a cluster of white The cake was flanked by silver ternoon.
lace daisies decorated with candelabra with while
pearls. She carried a rose bro- tapers and cenlered with
964-8911 964-7500 cade cascade of bridal pink spring flowers.
roses, yellow and white The guest book table had a ,
c daisies, lavendar and blue
-- -- hand cut crystal tapered vase
a gift of the groom, with pink
roses. The two circular punch
tables and the bride's book t
table were also draped with IT'S \,
smilax and clusters of spring AftAPp'DIy4.J .:

Mrs. Richard C. Williamsand
Mrs. Oliver Murray,
aunts of the bride and Miss
Catherine Horne cut the cake..
Presiding at the punch tables .
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were Misses Gayle Hatcher,
Dana Dyal, Connie Chasteenand
Debbie Spengler.
Assisting in serving were
Mrs. Olin White Jr., Mrs.
R.A. Colson, Mrs. MarK

Garbage Moody, Mrs: WilbuVWaters,
Dumping Mrs. Sid Shuford, Mrs. Mac

Baldwin, Mrs E.D. Tenly,
Mrs. Ervin Andrews, Mrs.
Jim Bloodworth, Mrs. J.H.
Valinski, Mrs. Lavon An- u
drews, Miss Joy Andrews, I,:
Mrs. Linda Johns, Mrs. J.T..
Prevail Mrs. John Greene,
Mrs. T.C., Hazen, Mrs. Bobby
Ferguson, Miss Angela Horne
and Mrs. Tom Lcfevers. Rose
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your future ,Is bright.SawyerSlade MembersRodney

By, City Commission P. Hall Chairman Patricia Spengler.

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I Amended Agreement Under Study For Operation Of Union GeneralLAKE I

BUTLER An ment agreement that will cost Health Care Facilities Inc. monthly meeting stale officials and by -officials would be liable for all of I the duled for Thursday, June 1.2. day night were SC\'I'I'aIl1ll'l11-
amended hospital manageO.OttO10.Ow0otOwf'- $BRI()( per day if and when (HCF) of Fort Lauderdale Paul Funderburk, vice- of the Health, Education and hospital's Indebtedness, the ul 8 p.m, to confer with off l- lx>rs approved by the Union Gen- revealed the details of the president of HCF, told the Welfare Regional' office in hiring and discharge of all cuils ol' HCF. at which time Auxiliary, a contingent/ ol |XT-
eral Hospital's board of revised management agree- board that the details of the ,Atlanta. employees und that HCF the trustees will enter into the sonnl'! I Irom t the Emergrney' '
./bJ y.Jnow trustees is being consideredby ment to the trustees Monday new management contracthad The agreement providesthat would 'be responsible for I the agreement/ with HCF! or seek Medical( Corps! and some
that body. June 2, at the board's regular already been approved: by a management lee of day to day operation ol I the another' alternative on the interested locall'itizens.

Dr. K. E. Dopson was guest $3(1,000( per year be paid toII'l' hospital In return HCF would managemenl/ contract' ,
,'ereiall ol the o'rami Dr., VV.J. Cogging of Shands
speaker by the hospital trustees.
Saturday May 24 at a Worthington Limits Sale
Chiropractic seminar in The lee is payable at $:IOIHIpl'l' ( ) ubove' the operating expenses Teaching Hospital discussed Twilight
ol the hospital. with the trustees last month
Jacksonville after which he, month !in advance Payment -
wife and of the lee l be Bernie Boxx management certain possibilities for I the
son three
spent( a day Of may Crusade
Alcholic consultant of IIC'K said the
vacation on his father's boat Beverages; deferred' from month to month use ol the hospital as an extension -
latter provision of the I irslugl''l'l11enl
ol the educational of
in Palatka. WORTHINGTON SPRINGS two terms each. The date"-' if hospital revenues are not did not receive the ing
year tribulion for a five month ( Shands and reiterated at last * *
enough to pay operating expenses -
The Town Council Worth-
of the election was duly noted state regional that such
Mr and Mrs Robert ington Springs after a third for the third Tuesday in July, summer recreation program and incurred indebted Uuttorlties. nights meeting could anarrangement Worship
and I final -Agreed to contribute the ness. At the of attorney / possibly
and Mr and Mrs. reading Tuesday or July 15, 1975 suggestion
Olin White attended the June 3, adopted an The proclamation was amount of $300 toward the IIC'K is to provide (the services Hal Y, Maines the Ix. worked out with HCF or Under The Stars
Alhambra dinner theatre in \trdinanee limiting the sale of ordered to be posted in four construction of a dog pound of a minimum of two trustees deferred action al any other group that may
Jacksonville last alcoholic beverages near facility in Lake Buller physicians acceptable to the Monday's meeting on the new come to the hospital
Thursday designated areas within the Out
Door Revival-
churches Engaged: the services ol trustees and the community agreement and set another C'oggms said that it would lie
night. 'The ordinance as adoptedby corporate Elsie limits of the town. Keith C. Austin & Associates, within IHI; > days alter the agreement meeting lor Tuesday, June 10, impossible ul the present" tim
& Sat.
was ap- certified public accountants, to offer medical in the Friday
Mr and Mrs. N, L. Wood- the council prohibits the is signed at 2 p.m. for a lurther study of
pointed to serve as Clerk in
Gainesville, to conduct
an lor Union
burn and Mrs. Nancy Gunter issuance of a license for the the July 15 election with Elton audit ol the town's I financial The trustees are liable for the contract changes./ Cichcral way physicians Hospital. 7:30: P.M. Jun 13&14
sale of alcoholic to all indebtedness of the !Following Tuesday'smeeting
returned last Thursday after beverages Dubose and Olin McCann records. The service !>t ,
two weeks visit with relatives a vendor whose place of business I- appointed as inspectors.In $500. A report ol me audit is hospital and for' the salaries of / another was sche Attending the meeting Mon- * *

in Ottumwa, la and attendedthe is within GOO()( leet'of an other matters al Tues- required to be submitted to' all personnel. HCF will provide -- --'
established church. The the stale Department of t the hospital administrator EvangelistSam
graduation of'a provisions the council
niece, days meeting :
Revenue in Tallahassee.Executed ,
Josie Barnett, on May 21 and of the ordinance are to Approved the payment of : lease who will be paid from LADIES MEN'S '
a approved LEVI 8 Cathy
become and
effective July 1, 1975 hospital revenues not
also went lishing in .Mine $520 to the Parks and Recrea- al last month's meeting t STUDENTS CHILDREN
and I from the fee.
the "management
was approved by President Of
nesota. tion Fund as the Town's con- providing for the rental ol
council Tuesday night after its two lots from E.G. Knight at The agreement/ tentatively Largest Selection and Size Range in South Conference Of
Mrs. Herbert Green and third and I final! reading. Community ChorusIs $25 month. approved by the trustees last
son. Charlie Mrs Robert The council officially approved per February provided that .HCF! BOOTS: Tony Lama, Justin, Frye, Texas, Dingo, Acme and Southern Baptist
Here '
Tanner of Baldwin and Mrs. a proclamation calling Formed I Larry MahanSHIRTSPanhandle EvangelistsCreat
Maude Fields attended the lor the election of one mayor I Slim, Karman, Larry Mahan, Hang Ten,
mid I live councilmen all for New Members Levi), Roper Music
funeral of a niece, !Mrs. >
Robert Whitesides, in New Invited DeWitt C.Jones HATS: Stetson, American and Resistol
Smyrna Beach Tuesday of last City Zoners HORSE: Saddles, Halters, Bits, Blankets, Bridles, Grooming Sweet Incense
week. Supplies, etc.
Representing' many Funer al Home Madison St.
i Mrs. Arlen McKnight attended Lose Member'STARKE segments of Bradford County Master Charge and Bank Americard Welcomed Quartet &
the community chorus will
a nursing conference
I in Jacksonville last Thursdayand Donald L Rar- meet Sundays ut :3 p,m. at the STARKE PHORE NE 9646200NTAL Little Dude Western Store Other GroupsTo

I Friday and a cancer don resigned Monday June 2, First United Methodist 902 South Edgewood Avenue
Church Starke.
i society meeting in Irom the Starke Zoning Boardto m HOSPIT/oL BEDS WAR LKERS WHEELCHAIRS Be Held On
I. d" Jacksonville oh Saturday accept an appointment to Tentative plans were made JTCHESS Jacksonville Florida 384.1210
lo sing at various community
the county zoning unit. f Monday Thru Friday: 9 A.M. Til 9 P.M. Softball Field
lunclions. Officers elected
Mrs. Gladys.Edwardli and In his letter ol resignation KEYSTONE HEIGHT PHONE 473.3176s Madison St. .
were John Schaeffer president Saturday 9 A.M. Til 6 P.M. BaptHlwav
i I' Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Edwards submitted Monday Rardon : tai s/s r/31
said his be ; Carolyn ('a nova vice- 100 Weal
: spent last week in Nashville, resignation was to I
I Tenn. and also visited Mr. and effective immediately. president Ethel Hall
Mrs., Bill Dockstader in Uardon resigned from the secretary-treasurer and Bill
I' Birmingham, Ala Starke Zoning Board in order George, resident director
to accept an appointment to with guest directors muted.
Local admittances to one of two vacancies on the There will be baby sitting
I, Bradlord County Hospital this Bradford County Zoning provided for rehearsals. Anyone .
week include: Mrs. Mary Burt Board. who loves to sing is cor- D pVE
II Hampton; Mrs Fronie Theoning ,board approved dially im'ited. S

Moody, Miss Terri Cochran the applications for the place- to
I Lake Butler; Miss Barla ment of two mobile homeS\in q
I I'asch James Meriwether Starke and authorized a public) :
Keystone Heights; Charles hearing on the applications
I Davidson, Mrs Annie The applicants were Donald
Saunders, Mrs. !Marlene !Nettles': lor the placement of a l.
Smith Mrs Marie Hornsby, mobile home on North
Mrs. Edna Smith and Miss Thompson Street and Evelyn 15mE iJ.-J
I I Veloria Deen, Starke; Mrs. und Willie Banks for the loca- _
Maudie Pendleton, Waldo; tion of a mobile home near the "
: Bradford Harper Jr., intersection of the Old Lawtey c:

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Land Sales

Halted In

Smith LakeDevelopment

A State Investigation. Is
silu-dulcd lo be made\ this
luck lo determine whether or
I1t'a i j nut Kiih.iid ll.ilpcrn mleg.illIru'lopii'tf >

.. ( / "ml wiling( lots in
.C" '
'NP' : l IKKloild.i. Kroniiois
tk'xilopmi'iit' \ on/ Smith Lake
Keystone Heights
The' i l'fUI.'SI| bur I the m-
r! n r \osiig.ition. made by the Clay
: ('oiinl\' Commission, resulted
v"a b Clay County
Saxon Iroin ii report >
Joy ;Xiininu\ Dim-tor M I-. Hl'asll.'Y
that the lots! are not bung sold
4t.J __ _. .111'in'(linn to a development
plat I tiled with the county b>'
f ll.ilpcin in l<))72.
i T \I.' ('hay County 'om.
) have also
yF 1 inissionoi' '( a I-opl.'I.'iull11l.'l'linj( in
; 1.Marcy 1. Ta'lallahasMH' iH'lween lieustoy,
Il+a' y acting county/ engineer John
) '4
Tl T k Howies, and representatives
/ R4Shelia of several sluie agencies( \\ho
'YFr.. have become involved in
permitting lor I the dcu-Iop-
nu'iil since I the orginal plat
wall tiled
Kathy Jones Hallmark 6 Clay County Attorney
William, Wilkes said tnere'!is a
Sullivan Randy Kelly Joan Dyal Starling Eve FutchRandal general led llg that most of
the legal contusion over the
development is due ton lack of
!1Elva communications between
4 state and county agencies( ,
.. including the Depaitment of
r? Pollution Control and (he
Betty Ann Lyons :rr Male Board of Health, us well
?} as I the l lac-t that llalpern has
I .;+ not I tiled u reused plat with
the county.In .
1 Ihe meanwhile, I the
t L4 a 1frT! county has temporarily called
u halt to all land sales until
some of the discrepancies are
lesohedVilkes said is was
Stone Trial his understanding that some
ol Ihe changes in the
Set July 8 Nt'I 9t development plan came after
4 the Pollution Control Board
LAKE BUTLER The first stopped llalpern from
degree murder (trial of Ray dredging along Smith Lake to
mond Slone for the death last Develop waterfront property.
August or Mrs. Jacqueline Wilkes said llalpern was
Smith has been scheduled to A allowed to proceed with the
begin in Union County on'lue&day development after deedingsome
July 8. Hampton Nancy Lee Alice'AtwoodRhoda Daniel Boone Sharon Williams Chitty bottom land to the stale
and increasing the size of
some of the lots. Attention was
called to the development
changes _when Halpern applied ,
to the zoning board for '
rezoning to allow mobile
homes on some lots.It .
> was reported that several
a ; mobile homes have already
P / been moved into the area, and I
9. 1Beth 4 '- spetic tanks placed on lots '
1rU,1.I.. : that do not meet state Ir.
requirements for minimum
R slzea \ ". "-
t'Y 1 "YY t ahi Wilkes said that a map used "
by one of the salesmen for the ,
T development reportedly
; J'- shows plans for a marina :i
A7J which would be prohibited by ,
the present zoning
The Florida Land Sales
Board has been asked to investigate .
wrya all alleged :
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You'v. got misrepresentation of land use '
I things going your way. permitted by zoning and state
K..p up the good work. regulations in advertising the
May the futuro bring much
.ucc... and ".ppln.... Cindy Smith development. ;fO.
Chuck Hutcheson Jones Jimmy Brownlee Crew 'I,
Crown Central!
I Bonnie's Hair Styles
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You've come a long way, graduates.We .

join family and friends in

wishing you continued sucess !

and achievement. ,, ,, ;

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Best wishes Classof
indeed Beat wishes, 48" CHAIN <
a great day, 75 on this We salute LINK FENCEOutfit
and we're for ,graduate Good luck Class.
you. ,
Fiber Glass Boat WorksWoodrow most important day. your achievement.Stark of '75 in all Include*wire top '.11.
i J T-taMattoil111*, lilting.. $1 65
the days ahead.. I and ....'
Motor Parts satMexfrr? : X, '
Gen JewelryGerry posts .' '"Ft. .

Sr. Woodrow Jr. ,Charles E.Francis I' Normal's Farm ". First-nty ...seconds '
Wallace) Ron,," fatale Includes.. F.ltrlc.. Tip ........ LI Pwta.

& Victor Griffis Mildred Woodburn ( Manage Predict Market. L-.c.,., '

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Dennis Eugene Allen Senior Class of 1975 ,-- ..

Vivian Allen ..
Daniel E. Anderson

Robin Jackie Andrews I,

Charles A Baldree, Jr. j,,. L.

Dwight L. Barber
+ Wanda Elaine Batten
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Jody llarper Stanley M Benckowsky If>' r ..,
.ValedictorianAllen Timothy Blankenship ...... ,, Beth Chapman a
Akridge Tommy Ray Brantley :; Salutatorian
Cornelius David Bright "'=' r J
James L. Aldridge p01 ill} .' }
Deborah Sylvia Bright \ k
Aldridge t ,
Louise It. Smith, Jr.
B. ADen Dephrin J. Bright
Billy a'J+
Terri Lynn Smith
p Ricky Solze I
Carol Darlene Starling
r, Michael Edward Sutton
\ Lisa June Sweat

Susan Hewett Sherrie Ashline Patrick Lee Taylor
Joyce Laine Benita Franklin David Harper I

Amy Celeste Blalock
Carol Frances Brown -l r Anna Marie Teston "
Cheryle Lynn Brown Kenneth Lee Tetstone
Delores Brown p June Eloise Thigpen
Paul D. Brown Randall Eugene Thomas II
Philip W. Brown Randall Thomas
Robert Rudolph Brown Ricky Eldon Thompson
Marlon U. ThorntonTia
Mark Bruno

Deborah M. Bryant 1-'jIj
Harold A. Byers Jane Thornton

Dianne Byrd Randal Lee Trainor
Donna M. Carlson Jimmie Lowvonzer Tyson
rari0Ilillllllllllillllllll William Benjamin Carter Rex Marshall Underhill

Captain Early Chandler Mme, James Alexander Waters
Lynda S. Chelune William H. Waters

Karoline M. Clayton } I Edward W. Watts
Edna M. Cohens

Carol Ann Coleman Nancy Irene Weissinger ,
Ili ,, Kathy Yvonne Comerford Glen MuDins Johnny Hobbs Jan Searle Donna Pauley Donald Steven Wheeler

Johnny C. Covington, Jr. ,
VKtiI William Ray McKinney Maurice White
I You've done' well, Class of '75. May all Charles Dewayne Cox way t Gloria A. McCutchen McCoy J. White, Jr.

tt the days ahead bring you Joseph Edward Cox Rudolph McGregor Barry Lynn Whitehead

continuing prosperity and happiness. Beverly Lauree Crawford David Michael McMillian Debbie Jean Whitehead
Irita Carol Crawford Arnold Keith Williams
Michael O. McRae
Mustang Steven Len Crawford Shelia Diane Mack ,Randal Alan Williams ,
,: Debbie Creamer '
Faye Sandra Sue Mann Tommie Williams
Joey L. Crews } u l+ Ramona Lynn Marchant Vicki Lee Williams

Mobile Homes ,Barbara Crosby 4 Y r { t 9 'fi Randall S. Martin Vera Jean Wilson
Gina Kim Crosby 4h Yvette Inez Mathews Cathy Jean Wood

unli! '1"', i I"' 1 tol 1 '.Inirtt'nuii'Ki/ ( |M.:&: Patricia Dawn Cross" tl Kevin R. Meng Tommy Wise
.Ga ry'Leroy Dailey. Teresa:Brewer:.Wood
bp, I ,' '' .. ,,J, 650 ; ., Ave. '''' ; < Otha Miller ,
t'', ._ ", I> Harold Phillip Davis Ronald Lethell Mitchell// :DonOii'Sutt'Wrlght7t'::
:' Janet Davis John Randolph Morgan Joyce''Ann Varnes"*"*
Starke Fla.
Janice Davis Jarotha Jean Morris
Eddie Louis Dean R.
Lloyd Mosley
i' 864-7212 Aubrey Lee Deaver Donald A. Neel
Thomas Richard Derkman'' Debbie Mitchell Terry Thomas Phillip Jenkins Diana M. Nelson
j, Richard L. DeSue Johnny H. Nichols

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Y IFiiil! iEi': Nancy
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4 'II ow Raymond Levon Perry
: William Byron Phillips
Leslie Travis Preyatt
,l, ; 1L ,. Roger A. Redding

". Karen Marjorie Reddish

.. Tommy Reddish
I Billy James Reid Best wishes. Classof
Evelyn Darlene Rhoden '75 on this

Stephen Gary Ricks most important day.
Debbie Marshall Diane Yawn
Joy Starling
Timothy Dale Roberts
Felecia Suzanne Rosier
Angie Bacon Dodd Linda Dianne Gaskins Rebanner Lutisia Lee Lamar Rowe Williams Jewelry
Antha Leavern Duhart Suzan Macy Gaskins Jerome Rudolph Lennon
Melisa Ann Rutledge
Deborah Lea Edwards Bruce Lee Gibbs Evelyn Janet Leverson Scott 144 W. Call St.
Richard Vern Edwards Jimmy Lamar
James Lewis Gladwell, Ul Christine Lewis
Starke Fla.
Lorine Sellers
Robert Felton
NeD N. Golden, Jr. Debra Ann Lewis
Thew oerid Sewell
says Karen Lee Ferm Donald[ R.
Joann Green Dennis Lockridge
Candys Marie Foster' Michael L. Slocum 964.7064
Reginald Levern Green Linda Lunn
Dennis Frkk Howard L. Smith
David Griffis A. McClellan
Theresa Buckhalter Fugatt .
'WELL Robert David Fugatt Dale W. Haas ::1 I
Douglas Edward Hagan
Edward James Gamble I
Rosetta Hagans STARS
Thelma JoAnn Hall .y
DONE' Spectacular! %" ,Zinner Marie Hamilton
Legertha D. Hampton
Bryant Edward Hankerson
Walter Lee Henderson
And we Gerard Anthony Hendrieth

r ;Douglas Hulon Herndon
U- you :Jeana Higginbotham

lots of 'Mark Edwards Hildreth ,
,Cynthe Ann Hodge
joy andsuccess. .Sheldon Hodge
2iLI Sharon Kim Hodges
'{Arthur E. Hudson
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-<, ... 't ft':,,::;:, ',' Joel Matthew Hull ''You've got of the future'
'q Carl Hunsinger
I'' i" : thing going your way. We believe In'you,
Rebecca Allette Hutchins
\ KMP up the good work.Blalock's Class of '73. HKEGCJJtG
Franklin Thomas Jackson

,.I t ",'.'/.! \. jI ",, ,' ,.':. I Tie a great day,Indeed Ronney C. Jenkins Good luck. ',W.'... doggoneprou: .
i '. :. and we're happy for you. Willie Charles Jenkins of you, C....'of ,197S .

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<, Ivory 'Jones.Mable Hurst Shell
Kay Jones Meat Market ,
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"' 1". ,.1'" ,' Siwannee Store John,W. Kinney 731; ,N. Lake St. 21 OS.. TempleStarke :<;> \ '.! ,.' (HI' StatNi.a

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rage!! TELEGRAPH June,1973

Brooker's I Mark Of Dixie Youth Softball Action

House, defending The fourth Inning saw the out 12 hits and Chamber had Jackson had the hot bat for, Schedule
Second Half Men's Champs won the first House lie the game at 5-5 but 10. but five of Elks were for Elks as he went three for four, Thursday, June 5: 5:45:
and that was the two doubles and a single. Southern
toward a s<:(l6rt'd Guaranty was not to be deniedas extra bases Athletic House vs.
title as they took First they came back in the main reason for the differencein Donald Stewart, Honald Ste- Discount.
honors, finishing the'' bottom to score the winningrun the score. wart and Chuck Johnson had Monday, June 9: 5:45: ,
By having played one more good night with four hits including led Machine' with with just one loss. and make the final score Elks big inning came in the two hits each to help out. Tony Athletic House vs. Elks; 7:15: ,
game, Brooker leads the a home run. R. each.. to AH was Southern 65. Phillip Sawyer and Jerry' third when they pushed across Williams and Kenny Chamber vs. Discount.
Men's Softball League with a Bennett B. Sanford, and W Brothers Dean and with three losses. Lock led Athletic House's 12 six runs on a triple, two Etheridge led Chamber with Tuesday,, June K): 5:45:
2-0 record as the league gels Sheffield had three hits also Johns led Dodd's with having the first half in hit attack, with three hits doubles, and five walks. Mike two hits each., Discount vs. G. Federnl.
into full swing of its second for the winners R. Sanheforled each. Machine outhit pocket and assured of a each. Ricky Sullivan and
half schedule. Smith-Brown with two of 12-10. in the league playoff, Howdy Waters had two hits
ftrookor mcl and defeated) his teams five hits, The second game House relaxed each. Jeff Itusie and John

First Methodist Church. Monday, June 2, saw Pine Brooker winning Its and watch Guaranty KiRgs got Guaranty's two hits.
Thursday night May 29! by straight as they
Pooser.'L down them 6.5 to start Elks Lodge got off to a good
win their lirst of the
the score of 126. Methodist Air game Smith-Brown 96.
the second half. Guaranty
second start as they
outhil Brooker 10.8 but hitsdon't "second, half as they slipped byUodd's in every inning but just two hits but took stopped Chamber of Com 14rjT*
the Scoreboard.J. Sunoco 1410. Dodd'shad close _
count on Brown stayed of 13 base on balls 148. Chamber has
Kelly led Brooker with led alter three innings, 6- the pressure on. the Champs their loss merce
three hits while I live other, 3, but the Machine came up led at the plate by D. House banged out 12. been playing good ball all year
find that
players had single hits. G. w ith two runs in the fourth and R. Williams with off of winning pitcher but just call'tseem to
Johns,D. I lass,and V. Griffis exploded for seven in the fifthto each. D. Brown R. Allen but just could not winning touch. Elks rapped
each: had two hits for Metho.disl. take 12.6 lead. They lacked son and M. Sweeney enough together to take :
on two more in the sixth and hits each for the victory. Boat RegistrationsOn
The next game saw 'Cunningham then held on as Dodd's made a dents. Brooker outhit House had scored two in ,{ t
continue to dominate run at .them in the sixth and Brown 108. top of the first but Guar- Sale Thru June
league play as they trounced seventh! us they scored two Schedule came back in the bottom
Smith-Brown 2J-4 Cunningham runs in! each inning but Thursday, June 5:; : four runs and take a 4- TALLAHASSEE -. Boat
couldn't close the J. Machine vs.: Methodist :
pounded out 23 base gap. ; ,
House scored one in the registrations for the 1975-76
hits\\nh Ken Carlton having a Powell, D. Falcon,.R McGee Uodd's Monday vs., June !'J: : but Guaranty matched it period went on sale June 1,
Brooker vs. Machine : bottom of the inning to Harmon Shields, executive
their lead at 5-3. director of the Department of
Dodd's :
vs. -
DR. JAMES K. HESTER "Natural Resources, an- Vov'" '
OPTOMETRIST Casey To Club Shields said pleasure boat
should their
former succeeds Joe Hull.
'Tom Casey boats at their local lax collec-
FOR THE PRACTICE OF OPTOMETRY superintendent and All-Sports Club raised tor's office, bringing I heir
cipal of Hampton in the past year to prior registration certificate
444G. W. Madison St. School was elected two sports banquets, und evidence that a title has
f of the Bradford High jackets and awards for been issued for the boat.
;, Starke, Florida 32091 All-Sports Club in a built baseball dug- Commercial boat owners ./!..
Tuesday night. and operated a conces- should re-register their boats
OFFICE HOURS 964-8076 Other new officers stand at football games. with the Department of Wayne Harper slides safely into third base Monday night in Green; Machine's 11-10 \\III over
Tuesday, Thursday And President Bob Pa meeting for Natural Resources and they Uodd's Sunoco as the ball bounced off the knee of Donnie West of Nortel's in ;.Men's, Softball
Saturday Evenings Appointment 4/ip.6/6-e/26 Treasurer Lavon 1975-76 year is set for late will be receiving their renewal action at Westside Park.
and Secretary Peggy or early September. applications by mail.
1 Any new commercial boatownrs
may obtain applica-
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I offices of the Florida Marine 301DRIVE
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I understand the shellcrac- -' gill were Underlay week at
kers and bass are biting real Kingsley Lake. He said all i
good in Kingsley Lake. fishermen had nice strings AS GATOR inG3
Ralph Bryan and his wife, Dale Johns landed a nice
Harriet and Mr. Bill Powell string of bass last week while
Rn have really been catching lishing Lake Alto. He had 10
shellcrackers. Ralph said he bass up to three pounds each. I'
and Harriet caught six bass Don Thompson landed a !I'll'
Save Your Choice Buy "Blessed are they who have while fishing off the dock in pound llawg al Rodman a few ,
nothing to say and who can- Kmgsely last week. days ago. Don says he is Unrted Artist*
not be persuaded to say it." Ralph estimates that about checking out Rodman before
Now Now 1,000 shellcrackers and blue the June 20 tournament.At PLUS
Big Family Size present, Don holds down
Ihe number one spot in points. !MGMTONIS:
Harold Branham is running a. ANTHONY

Chest Or Upright ATTENTIONAges close The second.June tournament at QUINN

t ] Rodman is very important to
I the Bassmaster who would
Freezer 12 to 60 like to be champ for the year. FRANCO !!
f The county commissionersare
having plans drawn up ona NERO
.111 I New class in Fu will new ramp they plan to buildon
Now Only Kung Hampton Lake in the near 'DEAF SMITH 8
future. They are limiting the
begin June 16 and run, to size of the ramp because the JOHNNYEARSP
; size of the frontage the county.
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$25900Take The canal between Crosbyand
Sampson Lakes has been Sun & Mon
\ meet Monday, Tuesday, & filled in.We hope this will help
correct the problem at Crosby Rape SquadPLUS

Up To 24 Mo To Pay Or 30-60-90 Days Thursday nights from 7:00 but Lake.we It should is awfully begin dry to now gel, ,

Same As Cash Free Delivery Fast ServiceWe p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Cost of the comes some rain rain back we'll soon.up see After to if its the it normal beginsto lake Dagmars

Deliver Anywhere Keystone Starke Area> Course is $25.00. Class Will level.Sampson Lake seems to be. Hotpants

still falling even though the
be limited. Registration Will dyke has been put back in
.Further study will have
G. Aircond.. G. E. WashersI be accepted now at Brad- to be made ,to correct the
MaglcCbef. Sampson Lake problem, FLORIDA

ford-Union Area Vo-Tech Bass Wishes.
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I First Baptist, Madison Street At 3-1 Leaders In Softball Play Bill Adams Second :

With four games gone In the First Baptist rapped out 21 'two in the second, five in the Madison Street scored one the fifth, their runs on 12 hits. :1
Church, First League Softball base hits with R. Best, D. third, four in the fifth, and in in the first, two in the third, Each team committed seven In Lake City Tourney
season Madison Street Baptist and Dailey and J. Prevatt getting the seventh all on 11 hARP hits two in the fourth, and one in fielding errors, but First ;
three hits each. Mark Milner! Baptist took greater advan-
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with M. Norton and J. Godwin hadtwo drcJas tage of them to score their LAKE CITY His usually Winner of both the Straw- Adams' Sunday round was
3-1 records. hits for their team. D. i t, runs Drew Barry, Mark Mil- superlative golf game fell berry Invitation in Starke and highlighted by an eaglethreeon
First Baptist had lost last Hilliard and P. Nicula had two ner, Randy Chitty, and Rev. apart briefly Sunday on the Rodeheaver Invitation in the 537-yard 16th, which he
week to Morgan Road but then hits each for Northside. e tj Bryant led First Baptist with Starke's Bill Adams but he Palatka, Adams' play came reached with a three-wood
turned around last Friday Friday night's games were two hits each Rev. Sumrall, hung in for a second place apart on the 186-yard number second, which stopped 35 feet
night to hand Madison Street turn arounds as Northside Jerry Williams, Randall finish in the Memorial Day five, pushing a seven-iron Intoa short of the cup. He finished
their first loss. came up with their first victory -; k Davis, and Ralph Morgan Invitation golf tournament of lake for a triple-bogie seven. with a 75, after the 67 Satur-
Tuesday night, May 27, downing Morgan Road I each had two hits for Madison the Lake City Country Club. The agony continued on the day, for a total of 142.
Madison Street and Morgan 13-9. After two innings, the Street. Adams was edged by a next hole where Adams': Adams is playing in the
Road, in a game everyone score was tied at 2-2 but Standings: (May 30)) First single stroke by veteran Lake wedge second hit the green, Florida State Golf Association
thought would be close, Madi- Northside exploded for seven Baptist 3-1, Madison Street 3- City golfer Jack Roundtree but look a crazy bounce into Amateur Championship this
son Street breezed 187. Madi- runs on live hits in the bottomof 1, Morgan Road 1-3, Northside who won his ninth victory in more water for a double- week, June 5-8, a 72holetournament
son banged out 22 base hits the third inning to take the 13. the Memorial Day invitation. bogie at Leigh; High
and Morgan Road had 11 hits. lead 9.2.Morgan.
Randy Williams and Gary Road fought back in t Friday, June Schedule 6: No Games- i1I
Osteen led Madison St. with the top half of the fourth as Graduation. '

four lock had hits three each and Madison Eddie Street Bla- they pushed across three runs : TuesdayJune 10: 7:30: p.m., QUALITY
to narrow the gap at 9-5. First
-TM Baptist vs. Madison
had two big inning, scoring six
Northside added one in the Street GUARANTEEDCUSTOM
r ; : p.m., Morgan
runs in the fourth and nine in fourth and three more in the Road vs. Northside. I

the Morgan sixth. Road was led at the sixth to end their scoring. Friday, June 13: 7:30: First BUILT HOMES!
Morgan plated two in the fifth Judy Garver,winner of First Annual Powder Puff Race at Baptist vs. Morgan Road;
plate by M. Clarie and H. and two in the sixth for
".' more Lake City Speedway. 8:45: Madison Street vs.
Harper with two hits each. the rest of their runs. Joey Northside.
Morgan's big inning came in Bennett led, Northside with Emergency and Rescue didn't bet his new car finishedin LM-4- by2L Pernini
the fourth when they plated three hits his team outhit "man "
as your units, shrilled the time to make this week'srace.
four runs.'Second Morgan Road 13-12, Thompson -' loud speaker as eight cars 1i
:. game of the night Pearson and Nicula each lined up. With eight females In the regular races only 496.2185
saw First Baptist take North- contributed two hits to the behind the wheels we had a two of our cars hung on to'
side Baptist 14-1. It was 1-0 cause. Kitchens, Bozier bunch for
great signed up this finish in the Hobby Class. No.
First Baptist until the top of Lamb,Wood,and Cooper each race, but after the regular 39, Wayne Aldrich, placed IFYOU MUST
the third when First Baptist had two hits for Morgan Road. races only one of our local third in his heat and ninth in 9yln
scored five runs to take a 6-0 BURN TO CLEAR
:. The second game found girls made the line-up. the feature. No. 74, Goober
;. the lead.bottom Northside of the came back in unbeaten Madison Street takIng Judy Garver did a great job Garver, placed fifth in his ,I" LAND...USE
same inningto
of driving as she moved
on cross-town rival First up heat and finished in fifth spot '
score their lone run. First from sixth spot to second and CAREIVrJd
Baptist, and the downtownteam K
for the feature. No. 77 Junior 'tyy
Baptist then plated three runs hung on until the lead
was the best this night as car PtaiiY
.' Estes, finished seventh in his
in the fourth, and four more in made her final mistake in the
;, the seventh to end the scoring leaders they put 14-6.it on First the pushed league last lap.! When the lead car heat but went out in the
feature No. 3 red, Roger
the went the
for night. high on curve, our
across two runs in the first,
Starke's only entry,shot Elixson, went out in the heat
under her to take the and didn't make the line-up ,
checkered flag and trophy. for the feature.In .
Plant NowPENSACOLA Judy also won the last powder the late model heats Har-
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I ...., Notes And Reminiscences Retiring Adjutant General I

,. Saluted At Guard Parade '

;J Iii spite of tribulations and wiskers. They looked furtively and the principal streets
9 were the older trees are exhausted,
reverses the. still around and talked in
company lit until 10 o'clock at
up night.
new ones are ready to take
holds its own. All oneuo the whispers, for they were not But for lack of support this
state troops it is now under yet ready to offend the industry was shortlived. their places.We A Starke man was among,

government supervision ,,and established Democratic may here mention that those honored during last Fri-
(Second installment of is accounted one of the bosses. They were instrumental Naval stores production had our government takes pains to day's annual Military Parade
"Rambling Notes And smartest in the state. in bringing about been carried on by Col. John promote this industry, and to and Review of the Florida
Reminiscences" written by the "Farmers Alliance" in Darby and Capt. J. N. Jones in that end has established an National Guard's 53d Infantry
the late H. E. Lagergren and In the early 80's a companyof 1888. The Alliance lived a little the early 1860's in Bradfordand experiment station near Brigade at Camp Blanding.SP5 .

originally published in The Pennsylvania men had set 'over a year, but during its Baker counties. In 1864. Starke, where chemists and
Telegraph's issue of June 12, out a 100-acre orange grove existence it did much for the about the time of the Battle of experts in sylviculture are Joey Dampier of local
1931.) north of Starke. They: paid liberation of the farmers from Olustee, hundreds of barrelsof trying new methods of forest Co D of the 53d Spt Bn won the
$1.25 per day for common their thraldom ,under king spirits and resin were and best driver award in the annual
management extraction -
During the late 1880's labor and reduced the working cotton, the merchants who gathered up at the various and they have gum so far competition.. ,
martial enthusiasts thought time to ten hours a day. This furnished supplies, and the stills and shipped by rail to evolved and caused to be put other awards
Starke should have a military was greatly in excess of the political bosses. Saxton, north of Starke, to be Into Numerous
company, and with the usual pittances that had hitherto buried out of the sight of practice the former improvementsover were also given on a day dedi-
eagerness to respond when an rewarded labor on the farms, Starke won much when it prowling federals., methods. antiquated cated to outgoing state adju-
agitator appeals, other and the "nine hour system"had acquired the court house in tant general Henry W. Mc-

citizens thought so too, and the been in vogue, which 1895. Beside the new dignity of But the enemy found the Millan.
Bradford County Guards was meant nine hours of work being the county seat, both the cache, unearthed the barrels When the 20th Century
organized. That is, all but the before and nine hours after permanent and the transient and set fire to them. Melted made its debut, the farmers MG McMillan, who is retir- i
privates, for each man wantedto dinner. The innovation causedthe population was added to, and resin flowed like lava from a were well on the road to ing Aug. 12 after serving y
be an officer. However, the horny-handed sons of toil those who had frequent oc volcano and covered an acre prosperity. They either had nearly 47 years of active mili-
town having its share of all over the county to demand casion to consult the county or more of ground. The resin means or know where to get it. tary service, was given a ten-

scrappers, and plenty of better conditions, and they records were saved long and was cleared away when Dr. They had learned to work to gun salute and thanked the

fighting being in prospect, won what they contended for. tiresome, and often inef Bryan started an orange better advantage and how to Guard "for the "wonderful'
there in 1880 but the old support given me.
enough privates were soon fectual journeys, for New grove fertilize properly. Strong
enlisted. Three members of the River had to be crossed on the excavations can still be seen mules took the place of weak man Henry W. McMillan, outgoing state adjutant general of
The named succeedMG
Pennsylvania company, way to Lake Butler. This just east of the railway trackat ponies, and vegetables, fruits, McMillan in the St. the Florida National Guard watches his last parade as ait\

The company was, for good Messrs. Truby, Sternburg, water course was ,a slough, Saxton. This ended the and milk were produced. The Augustine-based AG position, active army officer during last Friday's annual Military
reasons, soon nicknamed the and Strong bought out the thickly grown with trees and naval stores production until rural mail carriers brought 'BG Kennedy C. Bullard, Parade and Review of the 53d Infantry Brigade at Camp
"Starke Tiger Cats." Their long-established firm of bushes, and at low stages of about 1898, when Mr. Elarbee reading matter to the very commanding general of the Blanding. MG McMillan Is retiring Aug. 12 after a career

get-up, accoutrements and Richard and Pace in Starke, water was innocent enough; started up. He later sold out to doors of the farmers, and 53d, won a prestigious Meritorious covering nearly 47 years '
drilling would have given a general merchants, and put in but protracted rains raised the Powell-Smith Co.,which is education in every directionwas Service Award.
martinet the heebyieebies; a large stock of goods, modernfor the water a good many feet to now the Powell Turpentine Co. promoted. tr r;

but the boys could shoot those days. a width of nearly a quarter of In the early 90's several BG Bullard was honored for ;;.,,,;...J''fol -
and their a mile. his ''''.'''''''' J,
straight kept In"the outstanding leadershipand > ''"
( next installment '-;
Mr.Truby, being a practical more turpentine men came we j''JI; ,
bayonets sharp and let it go at here and there is will read about devotion to duty as the CG l'1<'
farmer, saw that the store was Until "Long Bridge" was now a still at such early '"
of the 53d. His leadership dur- ,
that. supplied with up-to-date laborsaving built of solid piles and iron every railway station. ,Turpentine improvements as a water ,... '',
will probably works, electric lights and ing the Democratic and ,. ,<, "
implements suitablefor girders, no bridge could stand alwaysbe a ,
Not long after its << National Convents "
our soil,and among othershe against the current. At such made in this county, for as plan to drain East Starke.)
the during 1972 was also
company introduced the "Dixie" times the crossing could be ,
called to Jacksonville to recognized.
was plow, the best ever used for made only by boat a difficult :
riot. On
a race
quell this section. Through using and dangerous un SSG; Robert Most of
detraining there, a rioting HHC,
such and better Because of this County Agents
implements, dertaking.
By 53d Inf Bde
Negro cried out in derision, Tampa, won an
methods the farmers troublesome stream
farming judges
"Good Lord: Look at the army commendation medalfor
could soon well afford to pay and lawyers were at times BobbyTaylor
crackers! for not one of the Notebook meritorious service as a
bovs could have served as a more for shorter working prevented from reachingLake foremen of a combat engineer
model for a fashion plate. hours. Butler to hold court, and : team during annual training.
the commissionersfrom
But it soon became known Late in the 80's and early county
the side of the
among the rioters that the 90's peanut county politics east river Best drilled soldier award
arrivals were the famous were rife; populist doctrineswere were often prevented from went to SFC John Jackson of ( F
"Starke Tiger Cats" and they promulgated by men being prpsent at the meetings.In -Many( folks who worked minutes. It may be necessaryto Co B, 3-124 Inf Bn., Defuniak

decided that it was the safestto having the "yellow satchels" '1896 a Mr. Duncan came hard in their gardens this add more water to keep the Springs, while SGT Robert A.

return home, and the then in vogue, slung over their here from Lake Butler and spring are now being level above the grass during Given, Co B, 1-124 Inf Bn.,
trouble was at an end. shoulder, and ragged chin started an electric rewarded with a lot of good this five minute period. If no West Palm Beach, earned the
light plant,
quality fresh vegetables and chinch bugs are found in the best dressed soldier award. L.

fruit. Looks like this will be first area checked,examine at Battery A, 2-116 Arty Bn.,
one of our better years for least 3 or 4 places in the suspected Bartow, cleaned up in the

production even though we areas. It is importantto company awards category,
[ have had more than our shareof make frequent and tho-' winning three of the four pre- L
LETTERS TO insects and diseases rough inspections for lawn sented. _
pests, especially during the

: Hope you have had samplesof spring and summer, so that The Bartow unit won the SP5 Joey Dampier Co D gets his best driver award
THE EDITOR. some of these fresh vege- infestations can be found prestigious Eisenhower BG Kennedy C. Bullard, CG. 53d Inf. Bde.. during
J tables that are now in supplyat early and treatment applied
for the annual
local Trophy outstanding Friday's Military Parade and Review of the fromi
markets the farmers promptly. company-sized unit; the
retail market
or from your National Guard trophy for earned by Co C, 2-124 Inf Bn.,
own or your neighbors garden. There are other factors suchas honor, standing in
excellence in rifle marksman- Tampa.
If you have not had sweet disease, nutritional unbal- absent chief executive, sod
ship; and the Minuteman Harvey Cotten, Executive
tomatoes ance and drought that will there were numerous other
corn, peas, okra or
Mike Award for an outstand- Assistant to Florida
1 ,OPEN LETTER ,formation on recognition beans, make it a point to.get,. cause offcolor areas in lawns. ing..jcommand: information Reubin Askew Governor,, state and military officials 0)1
poisonous snakes and i Dear' Editor: some this week. '" The lawn should be carefully was guest of hand for-the event.. 0
.treat .
1 O HUNT CLUB "'' .program through the use of its 4..;.:..:. {:prre": ,"'.
!trt' -examined to ;
their fI!
,'" ment for bites. Mr. Hall r. 'three"sections tietetmitteWtrhacorrective T" AJpha'SalvdFFnefcsletter '--t
IfJOoU'w. ,''t:. 1:1": would,like to have .. ,
( also arranged a guest A lot of people spend a lot of measures :'" are: At'
Mr. Leaton Morgan, Jr., speaker Captain Downs of the of the law printed time and money on their! needed. Call us if you have
President Alachua County Sheriff's concerning cruelty to lawns and ornamentals each 'problems, or need the control The SGT Broward Huggins The
Clay Gully Hunt Club animals. These like recommendations for chinch award for the highest proficiency wandering albatross has the greatest wingspread of
Department, who is an experton year. our food
any bird. Though only about 9 inches wide, its wings often
Route 2, Box 58-A poisonous snakes. are bothered by Insects bugs. in dismounted drill was
Starke, FL. Chapter 828-06: Owner of and crops diseases that can ruin a measure more than 11 feet from tip to tip.

Sieve Hall joined insufficiently fenced lot of
Captain good intentions if not
Dear Mr. Morgan: Downs In speaking to team 8A premises another, killing thereon., etc. animalsof controlled. Two insects that

and the students in the will need attention this year ,

I am writing this letter in seventh grade accelerated Whoever, not having a are Chinch Bugs and Mole
response to an article that learning class. He told of his sufficient fence or other enclosure Crickets. {'II discuss chinch
appeared in the Bradford experience when he was bitten to prevent the Intrusion bugs today and mole crickets Put Your
County Telegraph. The article by a cottonmouth snake. of animals upon his next week. x
was a letter signed by you
premises shall in
which had been sent to the To Mr. Rodney Hall, Capt. to expel therefrom attempting a horse The chinch bug is the most
Governor of Florida.In Downs,Steve Hall and the Off- serious pest of St. Augustinegrass
cow, hog, or other animal of '
Plant Safety Committee of in Florida. It is not a -
another found intruding CheckingAccount
vour letter vou elucidated person
DuPont we extend our thanks serious pest of other lawn
on the facts of a criminal case thereon, kill, maim,
for Our where
dispelling many dangerous grasses. area,
wound, or disfigure and such
concerning the charge of
superstitions about bizarre studies on life cycle have
trespassing against Jim animal, shall be guilty of a
been conducted
treatments and educating us eggs begin
Schatz. as to the proper selftreatmentand of the second hatching about the middle of :

On March 24, 1975, Mr. care.! We consider the degree, in punishable as April. Three generations of /
provided 775.082 or 775.083,
information valuable chinch bugs with a partial
Marklee Starling and yourself very Laws of Florida.
came to my office to file a since it may very well aid in fourth generation occur in this
complaint. Mr. Starling saving a human life in the Chapter 828.07: Maliciously area of the state each year. '

signed the affidavit. Pursuantto future. killing animal of another The nymphs (immature To Work.
Florida Criminal Rules of chinch bugs) are about the
Peggy Stanwix-Hay .
Whoever size of when
Procedure an information was Team willfully and a pinhead they
8A, BMS kills maims hatch from the and moult
filed, a summons was issued maliciously or egg
and sent to the Bradford disfigures any horse, cattle, or five times in reaching .the :
County Sheriff's Department.On other beast of another person, adult stage. The small :
May 14th the Summonswas MINI-COURSE DAY or willfully and maliciously nymphs are bright red with a Earning Money.
mailed to the Clay County administers poison to any white band across the back. .
Sheriff's Office. On May 23, Dear Editor: such beasts, or exposes any Adult chinch bugs are about 1-
1975, the Summons was servedon poisonous substance with 5 inch long and black with

Mr.Jim Schatz to appear in I want to take this opportunity intent that the same shall be white wings.Chinch Here's How
Court. to thank on taken and swallowed by them,
behalf of Southside shall be guilty of a felony of bugs suck the plant
It is apparent by the above the third degree, punishableas juices from grass which
I facts that were in in Elementary School, for the results In yellowish to brown
you error provided in 775.082, 775.083,

your letter to the Governor. which excellent you provided news coverage for our or 775.084. These ish patches injured areas in the are lawns.often Corporations Deposit Their Checking Account IntoA

If you have any questionsI recent Mlni-Course Day or first noticed
Whoever along edges of
I concerning the facts or Mini-Arts Festival, in the Impounds or lawns and ."'"

disposition contact me of so the I can case give, please you Telegraph edition of May 29, same place confines and during any fails animal to such supply in any the dry periods.particularly during Pass Book Account Or Time Certificate. At ';' :

the true facts. If I 1975.The con- '
can be of Usually when chinch "
finement with a sufficient bugsare "
pictures and ,
further assistance appropriate -
any please in sufficient
1 quantity of'good and present numbers
feel free to contact me. ,them, seemed captions to capture beneath the wholesome food and water, or to cause yellow or brown

| Glen E. Sapp soirit of our very special day. who feeds cows on food that areas In lawns, they can' be Guaranty Federal
found by parting the at
i Investigator produces impure or un- grass .
I States Attorney's Office 'This was the third annual wholesome milk, or abandonsto the margin of the yellowedareas ',, A\
1 Starke,Fl Mini-Course Day at Southslde die any animal that is and closely examining :
Elementary School and we maimed, sick infirm,_ or the thatch and base of the Savings and Loan Assoc:
think that It was the best one diseased, shall be guilty of a grass. In heavy Infestations,
THANKS EXPRESSEDFOR that we've had thus far. We misdeameanor of the second the bugs may be seen crawl-
PROGRAM your degree, punishable as ing over the grass blades and

having provided the.news provided in 775.082 or 775.083. sidewalks.If Interest Is Compounded Daily, ,
Dear Editor: and look forward to t
I know there no chinch
are some bugs are
other articles such this
I would like to take this as persons in this area who noticed by parting the grass ''
one, which express the (11If( You Need To Transfer A 'Portion Of Your Account
opportunity to thank Mr. of continue to kill and cripple up and looking, their presence or _
Rodney Hall for his Bradford positive aspects School our animals in violation of these absence can be confirmed by

I program cooperation about in presenting pOisonous a system. County will statutes.get caught I sincerely up with hope soon they Ib.using shortening a metal can can such or a as large a 3 Back To Savings A Simple'Phone
I snakes in our region to team i and punished to tne lull. ) extent coffee can with both ends cut
8A at Bradford Middle School. Dewey McKinney of the law. out. Push one end about 2 or 3

I Mr. Hall spent much time Southside Elem.Principal School '=Mrs.W.L. Geiger inches into the soil at the mar-' We Will Transfer The: Amount You Request
and gin of the yellowish
I energy gathering in Theressa,Fla. area of j -
grass. If it is difficult to pass .

.the can through the St. Augustine -, In A Matter Of Hours ,.
I grass runners,,, a' knife'
%pRw44 BRADFORD c may be used to cut a circle In '" "
4 ,the grass the size of the can. "

p Fill with water and if chinch: <. .\'. '
Mad'i '
miligrapffBOB bugs are present, they wW, 395 W. on : : '
o ct float to,the surface.within'! five! ; ."'
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Published each Thursday and entered as second CJa .Matter at the Post Office at Starke Fill;;under Act !

Subscription! rate in trade ante: *6 per year: *3.50 six month" '. ,'4 .-: GAINESVILLE: 220 N; MAIN' 3501 W., UNIVERSITY AVE, ,

Outside trade area: *7 per year: .4,00 six months. R EAR 3300 S.W.. ARCHER"ROAD STARKE,, : 395 W. MADISON t" :,"
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Lima Rotary Boys Choir To Sing Here Y M St. Mark'sThe Family Banquet j

Lima Rotary Boys Lima Ohio area, ranging in American Premiere"' of Carl CfMSOOp&t L I <',) Are Held May 24 By t
Choir present a concert of age from 8 to 18. The memo Orlf's cantata "Veni creator.
sacred music at First Church
Baptist bership of the Choir spirilus". ,
Church at 8 p.m. Tuesday represents many religious and The director of the choir i.Robert is Church and lest Jmcltnon Str..l* ( Calvary Baptist ,
June ethnic backgrounds.The of
A Mix, a graduate
The Lima Rotary Boys Choir Is of several THE REVUOHN M. ,
one the Indiana University School Calvary Baptist Church I
_ Choir was founded in 15 and the .::: -
-- ;
? projects by and Madison '/
of Music. Mr Mix is Choral corner. Cherry
: : consists. of 42 boys from the Lima Rotary Club. June 8th-8:30: a.m. '
,,'\ Ohio Directorial Lima West Junior Sunday e streets, held its first family I II
The. repertoire of the Choir Holy Eucharist, 10 a.m. :: 24, ai I
.-.r.: High School, whose 'School V ildi. RotcQJt banquet| Saturday, May
includes music in a variety of choirs. have won him National Morning Prayer.MAGNOLIA the S & S Cafeteria in
Twilight contexts.. For service clubs : Jacksonville.
recognition. I 1
and family groups they sing a The Lima Rotary Boys I ; Q.t. Appearing on the programwere
Crusade popular and light music Choir has loured Washington .' Mrs Beverly Collins,
program. For special occasions BAPTIST soloist, and The
D.C., Philadelphia, Chicagoand ':'p Johnstown?
and in churches they CHURCH Sunday Sunday School,
Canada. The tour Christianaires of Calvary, a
'* *, * sing a program of sacred included concerts in Ken- !)::4."i am.; Morning Worship song group. Mrs. Dianne
music from all ages. In addition Tennessee Magnolia Baptist Church, 11:00: am.; Vacation Bible Hughes read portions of letters .
Worship they present several and lucky Florida.The Georgia Raiford, Rev J, Decoursey, 'School Workers Meeting, 5:00: written by the young
serious concerts each year. pastor, will have an Installation p.m.; Church Training, 6:15: people about "Why I Love My
Under The Stars They have performed Ben- of pastor at 11:30: p.m.;. I Evening Worship, 7:30: Parents"
jamin Britten's NOYES .I.I.I.I:! .I:! a.m. and dedication of church p.m. Brother Jim Black introduced Gertie McRae Wins KII Golf TourneyFor
'. -Out Door Revival FLUUDU: and Gian-Carlo at 4 p.m. on Sunday, June 8. Monday Girls Ensemble, the guest speaker
MiMiotti's AMAIIL AND THE mother's heart is th The public is invited to 6:40: p.m.: Youth Choir, 7:00: and his wife, Brother and Mrs the third year in a row, Cortle McKae was low gross
. Friday & Sat. NIGHT VISITORS. In the fall child's schoolroom. attend. p.m. Jim Tatum of Jacksonville. winner In the (adieu division and was presented' he lla/rl 1
of l 1I11ithey\! gave the II. W Beecher Tuesday Helen Masters Enjoying the affair were 92 :McKay Memorial Trophy at the fourth uinitial Keystone
\ 7:30: P.M., Jun 13&14 Group 10 a.m.; Ida Darby members and friends.Homecoming. Heights Shrine Club Golf Tournament for crippled children
Group Lorena I Kpperson: held at the Keystone Golf and Country ('Jub. SUIIII' ay, :May'
Group 2:30: ) p.m ; Junior :SI.
PAINTING by BAXTER Choir & I Handbells, 3:20: p.m.; Set I
EvangelistSam Lottie Moon Group Lima
Cathy RESIDENTIAL. Rotary Boy's Choir. 7:30: p.m. At Raiford Baptist Seniors Meet Thurs. At NSC !i
COMMERCIALFREE )Wednesday Family Night
President Of ESTIMATES Supper, 8:15: p.m.; Sunday Homecoming services an Senior citizens of Bradford Visit Lawtey June 12
Conference Of MORNINGSUN School Workers Meeting. set Sunday June 8, at the County held their second gel\ For the next get-together. ,
Southern Baptist CONTRACTFree R.A.'s, G.A.'s, Acteens, World First Baptist Church, of together at the CUBB the senior citizens will leave I
List of ReferencesFor Friends, Missions Friends, Raiford, according Rev Agency's NeighborhoodService Irom the old RJE School at
Evangelists The Asking! fi:45( p.m.: Hour of Power, Hugh Walters, pastor. Center at the old RJK 1:30 I : pm. on Thursday, June
Business Meeting, 7:30: p.m.; Lunch will be served ai I School Building in Starke, on 12, for a visit with the senior
Great Music By "Service You Cart Trustat Church Choir, 8:15: p.m. p.m. Singing will follow the Thursday, May 29. citizens of Law ley.
'Thursday Visitation 9:30: lunch hour. Those. needing. transportation I
. .Sweet Incense Reasonable Prices" a.m.; Music Makers Choir, Rev Jack Stolle, a former or further. Information I
Madison St. SMALL BUSINESS AND : -- 3:20: ) p.m.; Visitation 7:00: pastor, will deliver the Those present took part in should call IHU-Slill; !)
:>. 865 N. Temple )&64-S976 p.m. morning message. good fellowship along with and ask for 'Mrs. Louise ;
Quartet, & games, prizes of groceries and Hudson, Miss Lillian C'uni-
Other Groups REASONABLE RATES. Offers : Vitamins proteins Grace Baptist REVIVAL SERVICESAT table decorations. Cake, mings. or Ms. Rosemary.
baked the Bradford County
I. Serving The Starke and Dry Fruits Nuts Cosmetic Books Bible School GRAHAM BAPTIST will be Neighborhood Service Center Scheyder.All senior citizens. are I

To Be Held n Keystone Heights Areas. & Dietetic Candies held Revival Friday services, Saturday, and outreach workers, coffee and welcome to join in this afternoon '-
Grace Baptist Church on punch were served.CORItECfION. of fellowship and fun.
Softball Field Call We Deliver Griffis Loop, llighway KM-A, Sunday, June 0,7,8.Church at the of

Madison St. Bapt.Hlway Mali Orders will hold Vacation Bible Graham First Baptist, Rev. James Starling ; I.
Accepted School June 16-20 from 9 a.m.
100 West L 964-5236 to noon. pastor. Rev. Charles Prior of James Chandler
Jacksonville will be the Promoted to PFC
." The name ol Mary I
with services
evangelist, U.S.! Forces Uerniany; -
at 7:30: each night.A Catherine lloltz was omitted. i
starting J.unes Ch.mdler.: sun ol :Mr.l land
special singing group will from the. list of Bradford. Mrs\ Aince. Chandler. |.">mi :
Tka Food g present a musical program Middle School sludl'nls11' Old Rd. Starke..
Lawtey\ wuspl'Omnl'd
QuaiUq People, / '
M FOOD II Saturday night. ning straight-A's lor the filth 10I'my privatelirst .
six weeks which the
I class hilI' assigned, as ii
Telegraph printed in its May
,.. S SAVE ObituariesRuth: 21! edition. clerk. in the Tlsl :Maintenance\ ,
14 10' Mary Catherine is the Initiation' herejt1'
FAIR PUNCH Carlisle daughter of Mr and Mrs i
Donald F. lloltz of Starke.
The Telegraph regrets the
LAUNDRY Mrs. Ruth Melin Carlisle, error.
SUPERMARKETS 79 of Starke died Friday. May

FRYERS STARKE IDETERGEHT 30 Hospital in North,Gainesville.Florida Regional She was New System

320 SOUTH born on March 31, 1896 in '
WALNUT ST. Aiken, Minn, and had residedin For Numbering
Starke since 1932. She was a +
Anil talus aVIGOOD TNWU JUNI tt, member
lWffriI4SC ten QUANTITY PJKIMTS MUHVIO .84oz Episcopal Church, and the License TagsA
$119 widow of the late J, B.
[ t>R .FPHSTUV BOX Carlisle, who was in the bill providing for "Alpha-
COUPONS hardware business in Starke numeric" license. lags
IliluiP + ,
for many years.Surviving identified by .t three'!letters. and .
are one son, AI K, three numbers wits passed by Donal
Carlisle, and one daughter,, .the 1"lorida l legisiaWe'Kslweek. l 7475
Tk FwwL Tfc Quoin ,
Quality Pnfb EvcryDayLowPricc ] BonusBuy '*Miss Audrey Carlisle both of '" hIt

SAY) tAn: Starke; three sisters, Mrs provides that auto( license"
soy, )LSO WHOLE BEEF NEW CROP Lillian Pasteur, Mrs. Olivia tags will be identified by throe.
BONELESS BEEF AGAR S BOTTOMROUNDS Strother, and Mrs. Agnes letters and, three numerals
BOTTOM ROUNDROAST Lord, all. of Ocala; three such AB( -12:1: with the.
BONELESSHAMS grandchildren, and two great owner's. county. idenlilied. l h\' a
grandchildren.Funeral sticker. attached to the. Uii.|
I services were held License. plates ire now
at 2 p.m. Monday at Roberts identified. l bII number for ii
,. Funeral Home in Ocala with county. code.. a letter.
last PA. $128fTVvTl Rev. Fred Ycrkes officiating. specifying. the weight. !!: Consralul>tk>n>. Bail wlilwi.
p .
In future nd ror1
classification and idenhi -
| I; Interment was in Woodlawn :in
LB .: LB BAG Cemetery, Ocala IuW-12 ical ion:843.: immlxT, such its

The new combination ol
.. Joe E. Cail three. letters. \ and three(
sw I Assoer o m'' Itr CHUCK rrNE TA/1E RED RIPE F".SH numbers \\llIuliow the suite Tastce-Freez
CHUCK POT Pork Loin POT SLICED IDAHOPOTATO. ninny more. license. lag
ROASTCOFFEE CHOPS ROAST ;STEAKS BACON MELONS .. Joe E Cail, 93, of Hampton, combinations. > and |lhl'> (.'\(115"
died Wednesday, May 28, in crowding in large rounlies.
128 ITO L $ 19 I [ L98 c 1. $119 WIYU MALYII 69C Bradford County Hospitalafter that l issue. hundreds ol Hwy 301 N. !
L. a long illness. Born in thousands ol plates. j
Alachua County on July 2, The bill also provides for Starke Fla.
1881, he had lived in Hamptonfor Iou I'-)ear license" plates.
a IT N'' N, the past 17 years. He was a renewable. on 1 the owner's
NMry ICE a retired farmer and a memberof birthday and allows an owner 9646411You've
Rock Primitive Baptist to transfer. plates. from one car 1

!LJ Church.Surviving is his wife, Aileen to another.. I i
Cox Cail of Hampton, and om ,1
sister Mrs. Kate Starling
t 0:=:=' "' -MI..tvtimav.. f ti !*. Graham. um iliuliul ll
Funeral services were heldat III I Illlllllllll IIIIIIillilll11111

Pork Steaks SK?--... M19 20' I Sliced ,Bologna jr- 89' 20' 1 Chipped Meats 14Q; Mraea'1 45te Memorial 2 p.m. Chapel Friday in Starke Jones VIII .II II t 1,

Beef For Stew ;oNllslratauNO.. 12' 21' I Cheesi ,,Slices, :::.=- 7ge 20' I Cream Cheese twt MNTNVMMoa. 39* .. with Rev Melvin Hamel of I II I I

Smoked Picnics W: :"...6getOO I Fyne Spred OleoT::?.:. 39* .. I Soft Tub Oleo :r-D..... 58* ? ficiating.Hampton Cemetery.Interment was in

Lamb Roast SS;:= 69 :sO' I ,Fried Fish Sticks::.I 1" 10' 1 Cottage Cheese rr:=: 59* .. ------------ 0
.FOR SALE: All kinds of office
w'' ...3 89'sO' I Perch Fillets TSSSSSSI 69'. i Peanut Butter 'AC '" JJJ 20 e
Lamb Chops :.r5" : .; *. to- :;: home and school supplies. ,

Skinless Franks :=.- 69' JO- I I.., Roll Sausage ssrcu.-; *89* '10' 1 Dill Pickle Chips : ';:' 43 call Come 964 by-6305 The for Office service.Shop or I II J

EvcryDayLowPricc 1 Tfc* Quolu Fwwt PreptSTOKLEY > EvcryDayLowPrice The. Quabtu, Feed Pwpfe Jj j

SB' 14' Pantry 20'M9i' 30 I I I
Del Monte



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16oz 4/l t ,

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COMPARE'-.-.... -........ COMPARE ".,= :...... j COMPARE -"-.-IY. -wro ew I 1Grads made :l.iiiiO

Pantry/ Pride Wipes -' 49 .. 1 Foam Cups !::::_ 59c ..I Pantry Pride Spinach "0..5/9S/ < ia1M ,1h.e: 'tops i

Pantry Pride Olives issi 55 .. I Pantry Pride Fudge ""'" 59c "I! Greens THiE::: '," 4/95c/ so I

Taco Casserole ".?,':;" 79c 48 I Pantry Pride Macaroon':: *. i i" i Economy 'W"289c::::: : / N done it, grade. And we're proudof

Overnite Diapers -wr: 87c I Iced Oatmeal CO"'II" ""','0rm: 59(; ..I i Lambrecht Pizza ,1, ..*:t.aNN i:77c :au you. Whatever you 'do- whereveryou

Sliced Carrots -w": :: 4/S1/ ;1N, I.Iced Spice, r e oo..... 'inter",59c'si''tiWhiPPed.Topping! ;;: :; \ ': .V.T: :.?;;:' 49 1.. 'go we wish you best of everything.

Mashed Potatoes ; as-7a: I 39c .. ;.'Lime Detergent :"";::%r58( ; | Insect Spray ,:-.'.I' '9ge" ... Our Mat wishes" go'

h : II.TrIrL: (ftyDdylowPnc: 11.0-,1..1..h.y<. hC"OdylowPrKC with you Class_of 75 ,

HOf,., ...DOC.. ... .. r.v Terwillegar Motors ;t
t ;' f .u" !: HONEY DUT<'H APPLE :.,

''m.1-' : rOOD : ROLLSj 1, BUNS PIE Starke Builders ..' :\ a
,: "J. '!' .i, Co, t' r ;--t'' .k kr ky
; 99( 31 2/s179 Supplies; IMC. : )'," 'c !f fit: '206 W.. Madisoni '
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I Brooker Council Accepts Bradford" FFA.'Awards 'Presented f Banauet

STARKE A near'capacity lured speaker. Guests were Honorary Farmer Degrees by .FFA vice-president. Star Chapter Farmer
of the
Resignations Of Firemen crowd, some 225 parents, entertained by the FFA Quartet the two local FFA chapters. Zed Hamilton of Brookerwas conferred by Florida
members, and and by a slide presentation Degree
,. guests, were Edwards is a prominent Brad- named the Star Green- Bank at Starke President S.L.
present for the annual parent- depicting the Bradford High ford cattleman and farmer hand. Jr.
In "% -' stated that"we need someone member banquet"of 'the FFA program.As who grew up through the Becky Hutchins was winnerof Peek, award was
his appreciation
In one of the briefest ( .resignation, Future Farmers of Americaof the program progressed, the DeKalb Award, An
read '' around all the time, refer- Bradford High programand presented Whiteheadby
to the Barry
I sessions on record, the Clerk Council by City' ring to the charge that all five Bradford High School in the guests ate a chicken dinner rose to become, a state annually to the out- presented Bradford-Union Cattleman's -
Joyce Castlen Fire the
Brooker Council convened in a the Starke Ele-
Chief of the resigning volunteers Starke Elementary Cafetor- prepared FFA officer. standing senior chapter FFA Association and the
George Pierce cited "a
special meeting Thursday lack of worked out of town and were ium the night of May 29., mentary Food Staff with side "Just fan a little bit," ad- member. Miss Hutchins is the Farm
May 31, at 7:30: adjourning at concern and cooperation not available to fight fires in "Become involved," Bill platters of barbecued pork', a vised Advisor Paul Hutchinsto second female FFA member Bradford County'.
iI 7:40.: In the ten-minute interval on the part of the the daytime. Hamm state FFA vicepresident gift of former FFA member the crowd as the lengthy of the chapter to receive the Bureau Office.
Council in Hutchins and
1 the members unanimously responding to needsof from Santa Fe Jerry Whitehead,now a Brad-. Farmer Advisors Paul
the Most of the resigning fire- High, awards presentation program Chapter Degree. the
department. He cited directed
iil accepted, without comment, men attended the meeting but advised the local FFA mem- ford County farmer. progressed. Awards pre- Andy Baldree was recipient Greg Alvarez
the resignation of the town'sentire "budgetary even bers in brief address feat Whitehead and J. Maurice included banquet.Starke .
when the department has were cut off from discussion of a as sented :
fire ,
volunteer depart
Edwards, Jr. were awarded
the :
their grievances by Efficiency
ment. tried to spend itemized, allo-
I cated funds on necessary sudden motion to accept the -Barry Whitehead, poultry

equipment," and announcedhis resignations."I production. Paint
resignation effective May wish him luck," wasPierce's Police, Bargaining -Tommy Miller, dairy pro- .
t 31, 1975.. only comment to the duction. _
This followed announcement of Stalnaker's Andy Baldree, president of
was by a letter Center
from the five volunteer fire- appointment. the Bradford Senior Chapterand
f When interviewed after the Agent RecognizedBy master of ceremonies for
menDeRitch Green, Nor- who received three 441 W, Madison St
man Phillips, Will Sanderson, meeting, Stalnaker was the banquet, 964-8181
rr said he had talked for various achieve-
r Oils Tetstone and Carl Ed not present, .medals
wardsannouncing their with ten men of the commun- CommissionSTARKE ments, including being area
--. decision to resign in support of ity who had all agreed to serve winner in Fish and Wildlife CLEAN UPQuality
the chief. on the new department. He Management.

rfi.61 3arUdCQ.pcJl As the clerk finished read- said he would call an early Signatures of 11 Pierce. Parliamentary procedure
ing the letters CouncilmanA.B. meeting to perfect the organ- Starke policemen promptedthe Pierce also suggested that awards were presented to the

Adams' motion to acceptthe ization. city commission to recognize July 1 be set for a public following! FFA members:
resignations received a Carl Edwards, chairman of the Police Benevolent hearing on the water and -Senior Chapter: Andy
quick second from Councilman the council, who was also one Association as the sole bar- sewer ordinance being con- Baldree, David Baldree,
C.L. Atkinson, and was of the resigning firemen, said gaining agent for the group. sidered by the city. The or- Roger Bennett, Zed Hamilton, LA
unanimously approved. he had gone along with the PBA attorney Larry Turner dinance to become affective Becky Hutchins, and Tommy
the Graduates from the
others to make it unanimous, 1, if passed, would MillerJunior.
First Baptist Churchof Mayor Roy Carroll announced asked for recognition of the January
Starke that he had contacted but that he would volunteer as group at the regular meetingof raise the cost of connecting to '- Chapter: Jimmy Paint
Cecil Stalnaker, a local a member under the new fire the Starke City Commission the city water and sewer Duncan Charles Ferguson, .
welder, who had agreed to chief. Tuesday night. The measure systems. In addition, an Billy Gnann, Denise MacDonald ,'
approved"Study to unto show Cod thyself a accept the position of chief Harry Green, chief of the passed 4-1 with CommissionerMarc impact fee would be chargedto and Sonya Tenly./ ,at Reduced Price Mfg andTested
and reorganize the depart- Bradford County VolunteerFire Jackson voting no. newcomers for their shareof ,A ,public speaking award
workman that needeth
ment.In ) Department, said this Jackson questioned the the cost of sewage treat-. was presented to Becky
to be ashamed, divIding
rightly later week that all of the resl ned Hutchins. Presented by BHS Locally
comments, Carroll benefit to citizens from the ment.
the word of Truth. I 11 I
Timothy 2:15. stated there was no doubt that Brooker firemen had indicated police union. He asked Turnerif Complaints about inac- Principal Charles Francis, the
Pierce has worked hard to a desire to join the the move would give Starkea curate water meters have award is'sponsored by the
the county department and wouldbe better force. residents to Doyle E. Conner Insurance H
Ben P. Bryant improve department, but police prompted many 1\ WALLPAPER SALES &
Pastor that he did not see eye to eye welcomed if they wanted to "This will hopefully be a ask that their meters be Agency of Starke.
r with the council on "budgetary serve. result but the policemen are checked according to Ed- Everett Hayes was winnerof SUIITEC INSTALLATION
William problems" involving the also ,looking out for them- wards. He said that none of the Outstanding First Year
I Min of George purchase of equipment. Public Viewing selves," Turner said. He the meters checked has been Student Award. The presentation PRINTinc
Music Several members also explained that police would faulty. Edwards suggestedthat was made by Jimmy All Types Of Paint
i June 11 Of Final receive continual updates on a charge be made on the Alvarez, former Bradford ft1y. cola wthrthestr, '
changes in laws. residents who request the FFAer who is a former state &PaintSupplies

j Land Use PlanA MayorcommissionerCharles testing which Is done in FFA president .and national 1 BLK. WEST OF GUARANTY FEDERAL
Bradford County Vegetable Schaefer advised the Gainesville at no cost to the

commission that since the city.,
i Fresh To You Daily report on the final phaseof majority of policemen had
Bradford County's land use ..... .
with PBA there that
signed was Edwards also reported ------- ului MnM B naMBMMBMaaaaaaBHUIBHBHBMBHBaHI
I study will be presented to the little choice but to recognize the meter readers are having
WHITE or"TiYELLOW public at 7:30: p.m. Wednes- them. difficulty reading some
y day, June 11, according to an Clerk Merrill Edwards meters because of bad dogs MANUFACTURER'SSALES
iI C ., announcement by County Zon-
"" .remarked that the police and fences around meters.
1'',',',,'''''; '''':"''r'i'OR ''' ,. ing Director L.M. Gaines. would soon be asking for $350a ,Schaefer said that the namesof '
I 1- _, J., I.. 6ge The report will be presentedby week. residents who had fencedoff ROOM
: "" -
4! N :_. "1>' 'jPII Dr. Carl Fiess, director of ,
"It stands to reason that the should be given to .
: '. .. .. ..,.,.;., ..j, ...'" the Urban Regional Develop- city will need fewer men the meters police for prosecutionsince
\ .... DOZ ment Center at the Universityof "
...JII"I because they're better men, fencing off a meter is OPEN'TO
'" 'aW9; .:::YA Florida; David Jahnig, Jackson concluded. against state law. PUBLICWHOLESALE
I SPECKLED $:i/li coordinator of the land use Commissioner Jimmy j The commission also ap-
OKRA study; and George Gould, McRae told Turner that the proved bad debt write-offs of

I BUTTERBEANS representing the Florida city works under a tight bud- $1,471 for May, at the requestof PRICES
Department of Community get and that the union would Edwards.
I 4ge Affairs. not force the city to raise Men's Double KnitDress HalterTops
29 B. County and city officials, as wages above the level already FREE
I lB. well as the general public, are being implemented. Slacks $6.95 2.25 KNITREMNANTS
#!".',,)_ urged to attend this meetingand Schaefer took control of the J -- -.- -.---
.., provide local input, discussion and advised: the Ladies'pplyester Pants
r Gaines said. group to save arguments for !

I BLACKEYE : negotiating. ,time,the'oinmission i i .Imn)'Suits" ';j 12 00 to 522!'00_ FANC"t'---" "*' sMeDouble
In other action, :! : : t PRINTED to .
It authorized S.R. Hicks tG "! KnitTSHIRTS
WHITE ACRE 00 draw up specifications, for a .
3BS1HOT Grads new garbage truck. The move Leisure Suits 17.95 $200 ,

I PURPLE HULLS came after a presentation Ask ._ -
from a dealer willing to> sell
the city a 1973 unit for a very Ladies' slacks & shorts from 3.75
EGG PLANTS good price. He was invited to Charley '-' -iMen's

L 29<< 15 1C tops.s1)il will bid the be unnamed opened at price the which next E. NAME BRAND SHIRTS

LB. meeting. .
LB. ,
In a similar deal, the city and Boy's 3.25 to 6.50 Cfto/ wy
received offer to Johns Hundreds -*\* /Q
an purchasea of shirts at t;

? CUCUMBERS5e used steam will be cleaner.advertised Specifications and- OFF RETAIL PRICE

tr. f bids opened at the next meet- About This Question: To Many Items Western
( Y ing for this item also. To Lists 1
EA. The truck for the utility i Flare Jeans
department has arrived at the "Our firm requires that all Come Browse
body manufacturing plant and .. 3.75
1973O the truck bill arrived in those employees han- 1\ h- T _
Three Day Specials Starke. However Jackson dling the firm's moneybe t" Western

questioned whether anyone bonded. Does your '
had checked to see if the truck 5r\.4) Shirts & Jackets
Only W. think you'r great! received met the specifi- agency also supply

SUNBEAM We wish you IIM very b.... cations called for in the bid. bonding where requiredfor & ((3. LAKE
PERRETS Edwards said that no such public officials?"
check had been made and the '
BREAD MILK $6,700 bill was pulled until a &, 9" A PPAREL CO. a
I Goodman's check could be made to see if
4 16 $fOO 39 the city was getting what it Charley E. MANUFACTURERS.lake
$1 '
02. I GAI.Norman's Standard Oil Station was paying for. '
Butler Flat
City Atty. George Pierce JOHNS AGENCY =
read two resolutions, which I }
v'- 9:30-5:30: WON -FBI)
the commission approved, to 131 SO. WALNUT ST.
Farm SAT.
I 987 N. Temple Ave. make it possible for home 9:30-2-00
Starke builders to get loans in flood
r rI Fla. I
Produce Market prone areas. Federal requireI
ments do not allow loaning
institutions to loans in
617 N. Temple Avc.9646O71 964.7119 flood prone areas unless flood AT SAWYER-SLADE I APPLIANCE -
I insurance has been approved. I
.. Open Mon-Saf The two resolutions fulfill the We Deliver I What We Sell Plus Give You Fast Service

requirements, according to

i t i GENERAL REVENUE SHARING PLANNED USE REPORT We Will Give You Top Dollar I For Your Old Appliance In Trade

i General Revenue Sharing provides federal funds directly to local and stets governments. This report of your government's plan is published
to encourage citizen participation in determining your government's decision on how the money will be spent. Note: Any complaints of New Low Prices MOBILE HOMES
I discrimination in the use of these funds may be sent to .on .
t_ the Office of Revenue Sharing. Wash.. D.C. 20228. THIGOVI.NM.NTANTICIPATING OF BRADFORD COurfT't'

S 15000.00 S 25000.00 /ACCOUNTNG. ID I 004 004



.I 4 HEALTH $ 10000.00 S 50,000.00 : FLORIDA 32091 I

t RECREATION. Estimat.e
i S S 12,000.00 '



r 9 MULTIPURPOSE AND ID) aubmaprapoeNebrfundingCamldefetloRbY. ELECTRICAL'WORK)
Ruby V. William
10 EDUCATION to A copy of this report and
11 Stark*. ,. ,
DEVELOPMENT S ..Room '137, Bradford County Courthoo, pia._'; 5RWYER, k P

11 MUNITY HOUSING.DEVELOPMENT COM. S y IE) ASSURANCES Refer to Instruction E) I Mure the Secretary of the Treasury ; ;: :: .. .. 'Is
4 that the non-dlecrlmNUttlon and other nnitory requirements Meted In Part E of -
13 ECONOMIC dM bT.wab ace the will be oompi d whh by this nclpNM.t

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w nniBsceiianeoua! ':For Sale For Sale Real Estate Real Estate

I :,, CLASSIFIED Al>>|, RATES all makes cleaned oiled repaired and FOR SALE: Mobile Home' Parts FOR SALE: 12 x 62 1970 Holiday JIMMY MOORE'S rr

,,' adjusted $7. Work and supplies. OLIN'S MOBILE Mobile Home. 2 Bedroom, 2 $675 Per Acre $ SAVE $

,,; Deadline for ,;Insertion James Strickland guaranteed 964- HOMES SALES, Hwy., 100 bath Spanish Decor. Call 964- 39 Acres 2600 ft. Hiway Sun SportsMORE

I Tuesday Noon preceding i 8733. tfchg. W., Starke, 964-5606 tfchg. 7103 or 473-2634. Frontage. 1300 ft. grade road. FRED DAVISGMC
_.... Part in BOAT FOR''
Thursday before publication, --..._-- ------------ -/------ good timber. Call owner
I 533.2208 after 6 p.m. All Day TRUCKS -YOUR MONEY TF

I,; Minimum Charge $2.00 WATSON'S FOR SALE:, 1966 Chevy FOR, SALE: 3 bedroom House 2 Sat & Sun. tr4trille urJW BUICK PONTIAC"A STARKE, PH 964-S791
(Covers 15 Words) HOUSEOFVACUUMS bath family room game room RIDE CAN
Each word over 15 new utility body, ladder rack with fire' ptace. Patio BBQ Call Bill Powell Broker SAVE YOU A LOT" TF COMPLETE OUTBOARD II

haw< 10 cents Many brands of new vacuums. cellent tires mechanical 81,000 miles condition ex- grill 20x20 block utility housein 9646464Sat I'' LTY GREEN COVE SPRINGS** STERN DRIVE SERVICE

Used machines available. $695. Call rear. Completely shrubbed AND REPAIR
All rfchg fenced In back yard 6 large &Sun
Ads' must be Expert Repairs all makes. ------- ....
"+ paid for In advance unless Parts and Accessories for pecan trees.' Priced right to I
sell See Bill Wilson Badcock REDUCED RATES REPAIR
have an established FOR SALE .
: Highly Fertilized
vacuums. Built Ins central .

'1. with the Telegraph. In that vacuum cleaning systems. 712 Bahia Hay 9645284..J. ,,Furnlture.,1tchg. WE NEED HOUSES TO SELL! If AUTO FIRE, BOAT FISHING BOATS
--- -------- Realtor
event 50 ...._ ;
extra ----- :
charge N. Main Gainesville 376.7110.TF you> desire a larger house orI DOYLE E.CONNERINSURANCE
; for billing. Not responsible 621 N. Walnut St.
mailer house and want us tc
errors, when FOR SALE Tel. 964-6U2 !; AGENCY
given : Poodle 7
over the pups will be than
- - help you we more
phone or when copy Is not weeks old. Eating good. Motorcycles happy to be of Assistance. 'LOW RATE MOBILE HOME

pl typed and brought to the office Males $35 Females $30 2 bedroom frame dwelling, liv. ....J.Silver ..;, INSURANCECHG Rluminum'Siding

Phone 964-8375. 1231 Butler, rm., kitch.,din. & Fla Rm., very Lake Estates, Interlachen.
t FOR SALE J 1t clean and 1
nice acre land., out Seventy feet on clear water by

----------T-T-- (:,'SUZUKI OF STARKE: Your of city price 1368000., one hundred fifty feet deep. BIG PENS. The Office Shop. 19 Aluminum
- cents and 25 cents.
FOR SALE: 6x9 Linoleum $3.98 Furnished, concrete block air,
authorized Suzuki Dealer
j lots
dry suitable for
PERSONAL SERVICE FOR SALE 9x12 Unoleum $8.98. Also/! two bedroom' one bath kit 5 el
: Beaglo Pupa from Phone 966020.304 East Call conventional and/or mobile off
12x12 and 12x15 chen-dining area living room
a! in stock.
outstanding homes.
hunting stock Some
Street rfchg. with/ water fronton
$20 ea., trained beagle Hundreds to choose from at' beautiful Lake. with fireplace $22,560.
------------ -.i----
female 1 old. $30. H.F. Dahmers Discount. tfchg. ,
yr. ..._ - One of the best built homes in 27 Ft 1973 Airstream
BILL'S Suzuki
SAW SHOP; -Hll ------ FOR SALE: TS-4QO
Wiggins, Starke. 964-8592 10, 20, 40 & LARGER ACREAGE
4 l sharpening service circular after 6 p.m. Itp motorcycle.. 1973 model, TRACTS Financing available Starke 803 S. Colley Road International Land Yacht

.'i hand carbide, chain Mower ------------ -OR SALE: Case pocket knives good condition, new chain some. on enormous entrance hall, living Like New-Extras Work
; blades hollow ground and now at Dahmers Discount and sprockets. Call 9645875after room with fireplace, dining Towed 1,200 Miles.
i FOR SALE: Rod and tfchg. - room, sun room, kitchen with
balanced. Call 964-7509 or reel repair 5 p.m. 1tp Offices and/or business Price includes tow
or stor-
I leave at Jackson shop inventory and - -- -.- dining area, .three spacious bedrooms -
Building equipt ------------ for
age spaces rent on Call St. equipment
two full baths closets
Supply Starke or Keystone only 10000. Shop space
Heights tfchg. lease available. Slim's Fish FOR SALE: 1973 Hodaka 125 galore, utility room, tool room,

; and Stuff. Keystone Heights. CC Dirt and Street Bike $350. garage with! half bath, heat & $8,500Call

---------j- 473-4357. tfchg. r FOR RENT' J Excellent condition 9648733. air, large, lot, fenced back yard, 473-3328
HOME MOVING $38,000 3 BR 2
: Also Itchg. Bath CH&A, assorted
other 6
I ------------ pecan trees -8p.m.
mobile One Acre Lot.
home hurricane 1,656 ft.
an- ------------ sq. living and flowers. You have to see to For Appointment 9646858tl
choring and mobile horde roof FOR SALE: Peas beans and area. 1 1'S! miles out of City Limits appreciate
FOR SALE: 1972 Yamaha 100 .
other of Starke.
coating. Olin's veg. Fresh picked. FOR RENT: Furnished Duplex.
MOBILE dirt bike. Transmission and ,- "** -
Home Service. 964-5606 Rt. 5458 Phone Waters Exxon, 964- Utilities furnished. Can be motor rebuilt trailer included. For Sale: 2 Story house close to Little .ylake Santa Fe undeveloped ,

100W. Starke Rs. tfchg. or 964-6240. 1tp seen Sunday through $400. 782-3752. Itp town. Upstairs furnished apt. lot with 75 feet on
------------ Thursday. 615 N. Water downstairs 3 BR. water, ,approx. 400 feet deep... BRASINGTON
----------! ------------
HOWS OF HOBBYS: Full line of ;.Street. Itp beautiful trees..great fishing... 1',1\1111.1.\-(II.IISIf 11111.1'I Well.. Drillinral
.. 30 with timber
i acres good ,
WORK .I---------
WANTED: Carpentry all remote..owner will finance s\i.i-s\: .MK\M: i :
arts and crafts. Also' road front. 4 miles N. of
guar- paved
work new and old. Roofing anteed stereo repair. 118 FOR RENT: 12- wide mobile Starker terms.Commercial reliable /party. I''iiiM' >lrt.lion "I'l'st'ilCiirs 2" thru 6"

,CW ? repairing additions. No |job homes t WANTEDWANTED I : -:,-- Taken 1 On 1''iiilill.uTl'iiilrs
outside J.B.f
too Court. Ph. %4.7326tfchg. city limits.
small. Phone 964-5028 block Do your,own thing on your very loot! \.\\ null: ::1!7v.ui; :; Fast Rotary
Ph. building, construction .
c 9644114.
/ 4tp 6/26 --------- -- Whrtet tfchg.
: ; 2,400 sq. ft. 1 acre own /:1'.One lot so close to Ii.1IN1 IS111.1': I:
-- u
---------- Drilling Equipment
----------T'- COLORADO: River Front land, 3 miles from Starlte. town that you would not need a

I I WOULD LIKE to toby sit in my Property $1,9601 Located on FOR RENT: 3 bedroom unfurnished -' TO BUY: Utility or car3300.Country Club State Licensed

home Monday thru Sunday. beautiful Alamosa River. Sur.' newly decorated, boat trailers $50 to $60. Also' 19 acres Lawtey] good timber Estates with golf tennis and I

For more information contact. veyed registered HUD. $195 house at 525 W. Madison St.: cheap fishing boats for resale. Terms. swimming, convenient.$4,787.. AVON TO THE RESCUE
p;?;,. Please call 964-7286. Itp down, 59 payments of $35.59. For Information apply at 527 Call Gainesville 376-2336. No Beautiful Bessent Road building I Pumps I

--------__+ Cash price $1,950. Interest N. Walnut.I Itp '| collect calls. 1tp 176 acres, Brooker area. Some lot$6. .
$661 ____ ._------...--- planted .... New d UsedSalesPartsServic
; .{t TRAVEL: Leaving for Washington charge at 8% CharlesR. pines. Hone Caught Up In A Lay-Off Save
& business 1
: D.C. 19 June return 26 > Steed 911 West 10th, 'FOR RENT: 3 BR unfurnished l WANTED: Experienced Girl 1/2acres-on 301 South- approx. Your Budget By, Selling Our
1 10 land. 4 Mies ample
Amarillo Texas 79101. to acres open 9
June. Will take 1-2 Driver House new decorated. 1 BR needed In bookkeeping cleri Famous Products. Call Loma
from Starke. Home sites highway footage owner will
-,f, Passengers or small load in 806376.0190- furnished new apartment. 544 cal work and typing for 1 girl only. finance reliable party. This Clyatt at 755.0731 or write P. O. E-Z Terms

PU Truck or U-Haul., Call Pat ----- W. Call St. Phone 964-8198 or office. Ph. 9648063. National has unlimited Box 5127 Lake City, Fla. 32055.tf .
1 to 2 acres mobile home sites property possibilities.
Kickens 4311200. 6/5', 2tchg FOR SALE: Fresh Cut highly fer- 786-3322 or 388-4612. If no Protein. Itchg. N.W. of Starke Terms. .: I I '
6/12 answer call again. Jacksonville ------------ Plumbing 'I
tilized hay. Call 964-5260itp - -
Erma A. Johns.
----------1-- ---- ------ WANTED Odd George Roberts Real Estate .
------ : j jobs, painting, We believe three new houses we
------ I
FOR SALE: White Sweet t electrical work carpentry by, 964-7826 or 964-6693 have for sale in Keystone Davidson New Installation

tomatoes and com! ,. FOR RENT: 2 BR M.H.,: air Job or by hour. All work guar-, tf Heights will qualify for 5% tax I

MISCELLANEOUSLOSE" 16, 2 miles vegetables.Highway E. of cond.- water furnished. SR- anteed. No Job too large or rebate..two of the houses are Mobile Home ParkIn Remodeling

Starke. 964-8476 David 235 9 mi. N.W. Starke. Can too smell' Bill Underwood: $27,200, and one is 25200....
964-5630 after 6 p.m. Itp Star Route Hampton. 6/5 2tp RANCH LIQUIDATION AI are 3 bedroom two baths City Limits Repairs

Wainwright. 6/5/ 2tp 6/12...., ---------"_......i 6/12 5-10-20-40() Acres or more in day with central heat & air..We also

>. ----- --.-...-. .---. .. ..: -:-.:. :" :.. Co.. Keystone area.' Most have
: WEIGHT:?Rght fat !W1trrl.ll, r -' FOR RENT;'Furnished"DtIpIe- = 7 ..::';: ;;- a larger nearly-new $30 Per: Mo. ,
FOR SALE old parcels'fr tYl' $1250" -,'$225O( ., ,. .. a-.r.-.ncel
proven'Kelclthin'' B capsules. year mere, Utilities furnished. "*603 .E. per $J .!!OO. vv'lth a "due, taiyer-to T > % v *' wk* >**

'Andrews Drug, Keystone gentle with children.. Bridle Washington Ave. Itp acre. High' & Dry.'Wooded.Down and many extras Walk To New I .

Heights. 6/5 5tp 7/3 and Saddle $200. 782-3729 --------_..._ payment and terms nego- - Center & SupplyCompany
6 Shopping Pump
- -- -- after 4 p.m. Itp t HELP WilTED J[ ,tiable...Long terms. Two apartment houses one on

------------ FOR RENT: 2 bedroom Mobile i i 110 ACRES, 10 M from Keystone Washington Walnut with 3 City Gas. Water 1 Sewer

h FREE: One Ice Cream Scoop Home. Call 964-8245 or 964- Heights Starke. $1750 downstairs apts. furnished and 3 ,
FOR SALE Three wheel bike per acre.
1';' with each Oil & Oil Filter : 5690. Itp | $100.59 mo. High & NO upstairs unfumished. Another, On 301 South
per Dry.
$75. two wheel bike $40. Both It
Change thru July. Faulkner's -----------t NEED A SUMMER JOB The LOW LAND. I on Cherry & Jefferson with 3 864 N. Temple Ave.
with baskets, like new condi !
Jolu' Motel'
Gulf Service Hwy 100 Neighborhood Youth Corps furnished and could have 3
tion. 5332866. 1tp FOR RENT: Mobile HOme: from WEST CENTRAL With substantial down Starke
Keystone 4734279.' 5/15 ..., now taking applications more. 964-8810
--- --------
11tchg 7124LOSE'WEIG4T Spaces. We can j accommodate persons 14-22 years of age to REALTY INC. payment owner will finance. If 964-7061 II

FOR SALE: 3 yr. old mare. any size home. work during the summer. This Registered Broker -'- -
----------- Father Arabian mother Tern. BRADFORD PARK at BRAD- program' is for youth from 1-378-2308. Anytime or If f you want something special in

safely &;'fast Walker. Will throw in pony FORD MOTEL. 964-5988. economically disadvantaged Evenings Call the real estate line and you do

with X-11 Diet Plan $3. free. $175. Ph. 964-5037. Itp 5/1510tchg 7/17 homes. If you are interested or Art Patray,473-2039 j jI not see it advertised..we will try DISTRIBUTOR NEEDED EXCLUSIVE OPPORTUNITYANCYN I
REDUCE Excess Fluids with ----_-_----- ( would like more Information tf to find it for you.Cecelia BILLIONS SS ANNUAL V.-, ".1'
-""*--------'"" $2T700000e'N
X-Pal $3. KOCH DRUG;! 2/6 FOR SALE: $6.98 LP records | our office Is located at the I V,000 00 INVENTORY RETURNS

15tchg 6/12 $4.98. $5.98, LP for $3.98 at ,-OK RENT: Olin's Subdivision North Fla. Area Civil Defense T. Tarwillegar EXCELLENT PART OR FULL.TIME INCOMENO

------L.. .1I I Dahmer's Discount. .2/27 1/2 acre lots $25.00 per Building. 830 Edwards Road. 33 ACRES r caEAITOR,Reg.2OBW.Real Madison Estate Broker Ave. EXPERIENCE NECESSARYMan .

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS. 26tchg 8/25 month Water & Sewage ((964-7103)) Joins City Limits. $675 per acre. or woman to distribute pre-sold advertised world
furnished. For Information ------------ ASPIRIN
The only requirement for -:---. -------... CaN owner 533-2208 after 5 p.m.. office 964-7776 Bah ANACIN. TUMS, etc. Restock Company secured accounts

membership is a DESIRL to Mark Olin Olin's Mobile HELP WANTED: Maid mature -. All day Sat & Sun. home 964-5145 W..kly.

stop drinking Ph. 964 79! GARAGE SALE: 1226 BradfordSt. Homes Sales, Hwy .100 W., lady to work 3 or 4 hours each NO INITIAL SELLING! INCOME STARTS IMMEDIATELY!

964 7619 or 9645143.. 1/2 8Until. Furniture Ap- Starke. 964-5605. tfcho1 / day. Must have own transpor Call Bill Powell, Broker COMPANY FURNISHED ACCOUNTS!

J8 131P625PRINTING pliances, Household articles _.. ....____ --J.I...- tation. Apply in person Jour 9646464Sat MINIMUM CASH INVESTMENT, J2395.OL>$4640 00

tools clothing. Brie-brack. Motel. 6/5 2tchg 6/12 Applicant should have car minimum, of 6 spare hrs weekly
reliable and eligible to assume business rutponsibilities, within
1tp__ 1HOUSES. I ------------ &Sun. 30 days. If you meet these requirement, nave the
--------- Call s: t- Zoe I I' necessary cash Investment, and sincerely. want to own your.
FOR SALE own business,then write today and include phone number to.afc4 .
FOR SALE: PEAS-you pick. 'W

West 16, Seeber Forsyth. REAL Reg. Real Estate Broker _.TRANS WORLD INDUSTRIES INC.
I t 1
rl 9645156. 5/29 4tp 6/19 ESTATEUNITED MULTIPLE 393 N. Temple Ave. %, MARKETING DIRECTOR OEPT. 101

964-7700 712 Hanley Induatrlal Court Brentwood. Missouri, 63144
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house
FOR"SALE.:Diamond needle for concrete block; f central LISTINGS Acreage for sale: 5 acres;

any stereo over 247 different heat/air ''fully carpeted, .
'J e d rt'IStationery ones, we have them all., Dah- partially furnished.;319 N. St. Starke 2 old homes 54 acre 10 acres 30 acres,

mer's Discount.. tfchg. dalr Street. Ph, .,,964-8107.. REGISTERED FARM AGENCY REAL I 7,000 460 acres. Olin's Subdivision
5/29 2tchg. 6/5; ESTATE BROKER Hampton 2 BR with terms, House & 10 acres
------,--* --- ,
: FOR SALE: Land 1.2: or 3 acres 7 206 South Water Street $9,750 I I I
FOR SALE: 3 8A(2;(; bath bdck LISTINGS FINANCING e
outside Lawtey CaN 782- Starke- 4 BR on 2 lots $10.500 l
"' home in Star.ka, carpet* I I I II I
;"" 39111tp-- draperies, appliances In-' 964-5065! Crosby Lake 2 BR, t12.200'Thereea Anytime
'. cluded. Phone 473-2039 after 3 BR 2 .VERNIE ODOM
lots $22,000 I 1 1r
FOR SALE: AKC Irish Setter 8 p.m. 'or weekends, tfchg. Cell Us. We Have Several New 964-6476

\.' pups, champion sired. 282- ---_.:.._..,.,-- Listings of Homes ft Acreages. Lawtey -.3 BR brick, .$34,000Starke s re rRr71E1; I L e

,,: 4717 Green Cove Springs., FOR SALE: 12 x 60 3 bedroom, 2K 3 BR brick, .$38,000 Applean Brown

-5/29--2tchg---6/5...--...-- 1M bath of land mobile'1,500.)home on Ph.473.21&1.Itp tecre 1. Acre. Tracts Up to 1 1Aaea ISO Keystone BR brick $46,000 964-7965 %: ken Lots For Rent 25" Sewage Per Mo. Water Furnished&

Snub node hefid } I Poetsville-2 BR, 4 acres, $6,500 -
Just for You FOR SALE: JFOR ; .
Call Mark Olin 964-5606 Hwy 100 W.
$56. 22 hand 924.96,' ---av-KB wj -M- ?
gun guns '. Graham : :30 acre farm $75,000 ,

25 automatic. guns from' SALE: 2 bedroom 'house,
Hampton 40 acre farm
f THEOFFICE $49.95. "Dahmers. Discount,! interior recently 'remodeled.' $140.000 / [ .,Long Champ

tfchg Stoves'refrigerllt (with ice C.Y1.rso"- ,
"-----W_*.M--- 7ftriidrl Hampton Lake 1 ;
"' ,
I ; (: maker)like new. OOM to Lake acres Home and
Geneva poet office and boat REAL ESTATE $9,200 BULK TANKS
Sales, service: insulation, ren p.A8 new[ sinks and rear l..lar, '" .AW'I' "LA.NIIIt Uwtey 2.75 acres .US-301 Building j
SHOP plumbing. Also new roof. Has $9,500 ? -
stereos, phono, reel-reel 26x32 garage J Must sacrificeto ''2BR: frame home 2 BUILD '

964-6305 tapes cassettes radios.Work complete ; new home. screened porches on shady lot Lawtey 4.4 acres, 'US-301. :'YOUR PLANS OR OURS'' CANNON
135 W. Call St. guaranteed., 118 Court...!964-' $11.000. Johnny' Cox. Lake $8,500! terms. '$9,500 YOUR
Geneva. 473-4068 or 473- - Starke 7 US-301 $8,200
Starke acres
7329.ttfcho- .. 4931.1tp---orr I } I Furnished 2 BR frame home with L ESTIMATESREMODELING's
--- j & SONSL.
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UTTER MAKES, I Itp excellent condo Inside and --1--- SR-18 south10 acres $12.500 ADDITIONSHOMESBOUG P. Gas Service
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I SALE "Do rjyourself 12 by window ..../alr.'! ducts In carport for .
,1ti FOR : / unit $3.600. Arthur $11,000' ,TRADED
future room.. Nee lot "* quiet Cooking Heating Water
UGLY.,. AND 12 inch tikvwtth stick on beck Gaskins 782-3140. Itchg."tr ; Psetsville acres' Hot
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TELEGRAPH June 5.1975


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WITHIN THE SECTION 1: This Ordinance Elizabeth Terry 1 r
| Sidney D. Harbin has made / CONFINES THEREOF. shall apply in the unincorporated Church of God, Sunday Sch colt 1 Mr. and Mrs: Andy Harvey

| Application to the Bradford areas of' Bradford County, 10 a.m.. Worship Services 11 PERSONALS of Pefry were' Saturdayovernight News

i County Zoning Board fori TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Florida. a.m. and 7 p.m. YPE Wed- James of guests of their
that SECTION 2: Article IX, Sec nesday at 7:30 Major Phillips the E. C,
Is Harveysand
redasaficatlon of the property Notice hereby given on : p.m. Lake Butler visited his parents,
tion 3.1 of the Bradford
described below from RIB to June 2, 1975 In accordance with County Faith Baptist ,Church Charles Starlings.
Mother Mrs. O. J. Phillips on Walker
Law is Elisabeth *
I Section 336.09 through 336.12, Zoning hereby amendedto Radio Program over WPXE Jack Wainwright of By
1 acre of land 3 54 miles northon I Florida Statutes, the Board of, "read as follows: Starke 8 a.m. Sunday., Bible, Tuesday.Mrs.. C. E. Strickland and Tallahassee spent the

Highway 301, back of the County Commissioners of Bradford 3.1 Uses Permitted: School .10 a.m., Worship Miss Sarah weekend with his mother, Ebenezer Baptist Church,

Candle Shop, Section 34, County, Florida, adopted a 3.1.1 Business services, retail Services! a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Strickland granddaughter of Gainesville Mrs. Truby Wainwright.Other DELL CHAPTER OES will Leroy Davis pastor.
Resolution and sales and, services, including Prayer Meeting Wednesday were her son and, Dell Chapter 168, OES
Township 5 South, Range 22 closing vacating visited her son-in-law anddaughter Thursday night the young men:
I East.To place a mobile home for I abandoning a graded county convenient,[ type stores selling 7:30: p.m. Bible Study. Mr. and Mrs. Bill daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. meet Thursday night, June Hall 12

I living purposes. I road hereinafter described, and alcoholic beverages. Grace United Methodist Louie Wainwright of ,at 8 p.m. in the Masonic of hpastor PrayersMeeting
classification Is Section 35 3.1.2 Business services, retail Church, Sunday School Griner and family1, Tallahassee who on Brownlee St. All membersare the
I This change in lying and being in 9:45: are Class Church
Jacksonville on Tuesday. Bible ,8pm.
subject to a public hearing to be I Township 7 South, Range 22 .sales and I. service including a.m., Worship Services 11 back, by Lawteyand presently at KIngsley Lake asked to attend this important and 9:30 a.m., terminating''
They came School :
| held on Tuesday June 24, 1975 I East, as follows: convenient type stores without a.m. and 7:30: p.m. United her sister, Miss Elizabeth spent Saturday with her. Also ,meeting. services for the day. All

|at 7:30: p.m. in the County Commission I A portion of a graded road alcoholic beverages. Methodist Fellowship 6:30: went home with them' Dan Wainwright of Pittsburgh invited to attend.. '
| room at the Bradford I running from the East to the 3.1.3 Type "A" restaurants, p.m. Choir Practice 7:30: p.m. Terry, Penna. spent a few days with CHURCH NEWS families
i County Court House at which l West and North of Hope Baptist hotels and motels, and night Wednesday.June and stayed Friday his mother. Greater Bethlehem '

time all persons Interested shall Church a distance of approximately dubs only as accessory to hotels 8 will be Rev. and Mrs. morning, at which time they Mrs. Hazel Bradley and son Freewill Baptist Church Rev.' Greater Allen Chapel AME

.be heard for or against the proposal 300 feet all lying and and motels and within the principal John Steitz and Brads last Fends back home. Corky, went with Mrs. Bill Jasper Williams pastor Tiny Church, Rev. R. G. Heastie
of Mrs. Robert Lee
I! 1, as specified in the Zoning being in Section 35, Township 7 building. Sunday with the Church. Dobbs and Chris to Chris' Tots and Choir No. 2 meet pastor. Church School 10 a.m.

.! Code of Bradford County. I South, Range 22 East, Bradford 3.1.4 Taverns and nightclubs. They will be located 'at Ab- regret to learn that she is Piano recital in Music and each Monday night. Prayer Youth Day will be observed

I County, Florida, Automotive sales and services beville Ga.Hlghl.nd. seriously will in BaptIst'Hospital Science Building Friday nightat Meeting Tuesday night. with the youth in charge of

1 J A.R. Keifer, Jr., Chairman I and service stations shaH not be Baptist Church, Jacksonville and Trinity Christian Academy Senior Choir Rehearsal activities.. The program will
Board I permitted under classifications has been for a week. ,Our Wednesday night. Story Hourat the 3
J Bradford County Zoning and renouncing and disclaiming Sunday School 9:45 a.m.,, Jacksonville.Mr.. terminate with p.m.
I IIVH. Sidney Harbin any right the County and 3.1.1 3.1.2, 3.1.3 nor 3.1.4" Worship Services 11 a.m. and prayers are with her. and Mrs. Daniel Albert. 1 the church Thursday night. service. All members are

I 111 6/5 I Public in and to the land lying Section 3::, This Ordinance 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting Mr.. and Mrs. Reggie and son of Jacksonville were, Friday night the Prayer Band asked to cooperate with the,

1..____________I within the confines of the said shall take effect upon receipt of Wednesday 7 p.m. Norman of Gulf Hammockwere Friday overnight guests of will meet in Hampton. Youth young people in making 'this

aforedescribed lands. official acknowledgment from Northslde Baptist Church, Saturday overnight their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Day will be observed Sunday activity a success.Philadelphia.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, Dated this 2nd day of June, the Office of the Secretary of Sunday School 9:45: a.m. guests of their parents, Mr. Mllo Smith and family.Mr. starting with Church School at

EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF A.D. 1975.BOARD. State that said Ordinance has Worship Services 11 a.m. and and Mrs. Truman Norman. and Mrs. Daniel 9:30.: Morning Worship at 11
FLORIDA IN AND FOR been filed In said Friends of Brad Steitz .
duly Office. 7:30 Wilkison of Jacksonville were with the Tiny Tots singing.The
: Prayer
BRADFORD COUNTY p.m. regret to learn that he is a Bible
OF COUNTY COM- Wednesday 7:30: p.m. i I Saturday overnight guests of public is in charge. Baptist

MISSIONERS OF BRADFORD Gilbert Brown, Clerk Hospital in Bradford County !: their parents, Mr. and Mrs. School will be held June.16-20. Church, Lawtey. A community -'

CIVIL ACTION COUNTY FLORIDA Bd.of Co. Commissioners LAWTEY SCHOOL NEWS Starke. Our prayersare Donald Wilkison, Sr. Father's Day programwill

Case No.74-318 Bradford County, Fla. The with him. Bernard Rosier of Fort be held Sunday, June 15,"

In Re: The Marriage of By: Gilbert S. Brown 1t 6/5 Field Lawtey Elementary Mr. and Mrs. Billy Anders Pierce was a Saturday dinner New Bethel Baptist Church at 4 p.m. with Hesse Moore as

HENRY LEE RUDOLPH Clerk of Said Board ,- -----. 250 Day was enjoyed teachersand by and family and Mr. and Mrs. guest of Mr. and Mrs. Les Rev. 'Leroy Davis pastor. speaker. The public is invitedto

Husband and JOANNA P. It 6/6 over students O. J. Anders were Sunday McClellan. Prayer Meeting and Bible attend.
ORDINANCE NO.BRADFORD parents last week. 600 of grand- Class Wednesday night, a
dinner their
RUDOLPH, Wife.NOTICE guests Miss Robyn Tinsley spent
-------------- COUNTY, ribbons were presented for special lesson on"The New
son and family Mr. and Mrs.
the'week of May 19 with her
OF SUIT- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FLORIDA 1st, 2nd, 3rd and participation Junior Green and sons, and grandparents,Mr. and Mrs.J. Birth." Saturday at 11 a.m..

NO PROPERTY EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF places. Special appreciationgoes Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Jenkins. D. Steele of Livingston Tenn. the Laymen's Dept. of Mt. FUNERAL SERVICES
BRAD- NOTICE OF INTENT TO CON- to the mothers who will hold two-
FLORIDA IN AND FOR They celebrated Avery and Sinai Assn. a I
Her parents Mr and Mrs. Funeral services for Amos
SIDER THE ADOPTION OF AN provided refreshments during membersand
ToJoanna: P. Rudolph FORD COUNTY. ORDINANCE CREATING THE the day's activities. Jason Green's Birthday an-' Lester Walker and family, hour session. attend. Chandler will be held at 2 p.m.:
invited to
Pearl Burnett niversarys while there. friends
c/o spent Memorial weekend with Saturday at New Bethel
BRADFORD COUNTY WATER Mrs. Tougaw's and Mrs.
CIVIL ACTION Gustafson of GreenCove Dinner will be served. Church
St. Wayne
811 Gregory them and she returned home Baptist Church with Rev.
Greenville, Ala. RONALD WAYNE PARKER MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY. Dobbins' classes presented a Springs and Miss Sandra with them. School will begin services, Leroy Davis officiating.

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Husband and RUTH MARIE play, entitled "Bambi" to the Dobbs and Mike Dobbs, were Mrs. Nellie'Wilkinson and Deacons on Parade, at "9:30.: Chestnut & Hail Funeral
PARKER wife.NOTICE. TO: ALL CITIZENS, TAX- pupils last week. Several dinner of their Worship at 11.
action for Dissolution of guests grand- and
an Mrs. Daisy Boch Lynn Home in charge of
PAYERS AND OTHER INTER- parents came enjoyed
Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Deacons on Parade 3 p.m.
Marriage has been filed againstyou were Friday overnight guestsof arrangements.Rev. .
their children
ESTED PERSONS. seeing perform.
Joanna P. Rudolph and OF SUIT- The final Dobbs on Saturday. Mrs. Wilkinsons daughterMrs. Holy Communion at 6:30.NOTICE: .
day students is
NO PROPERTY Mr. and Mrs. Phil Eunice of
required to serve a and
are copy Maines Griffis
you Friday, June 6. Parents .
YOU AND EACH OF YOU are are visited
Graham their,
of written defenses, if any ,
children of Palatka.
your asked to assist their childrenIs Lynn
and herewith
to it, on The Clerk of Circuit ToRuth: Marie Parker notice hereby in accordance with given Sec- gathering textbooks and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold' spent the night with his uncle
Eunice af
Court whose name and addressis Address Unknown tion 125.66, Florida Statutes that library items that may be at on Saturday and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil
P. O. Drawer B, Starke tome.! ternoon. Griffis and family. While
Florida, and file the original with YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat The Board of County Commissioners Friends of Hermie Kelly there they attendee! the U)

the clerk of the above styled an action for Dissolution of l of Bradford County, regret to learn that he is a wedding of Mrs. Wilkinson's

Marriage has been filed againstyou Florida, at a special meeting to patient in Memorial Hospital,
court on or before June 23, -LEGALS grandson, Denny Griffis and I-
be held 10:00 A.M. in the -I 1
at ,
: Il
Jacksonville. Our Nw
Ruth Marie Parker and are v
otherwise you prayers art
1975; a Judgment maybe Commission Miss Judy Baker, on Friday rN ,
entered against you for the are required to serve a copy of County Meeting IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, with him. night. Others attending the

relief demanded in the complaint your written defenses, if any to Room Bradford County CourtHouse EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Mrs. Jimmy Hogan of wedding from here were Mr.
Starke Florida on Monday Jacksonville and Mrs. Marian
it, on the plaintiffs attorney,
or IN and Mrs. Tom and
June 1975 will considerthe J
WITNESS hand and the whose name and address is 23 Hall of Jacksonville Beach w I er w nr
my FORD COUNTY family and Mr. and Mrs. R. E.
seal of said Court on May 20, Hon. George H. Pierce, P. O. adoption of an ordinance visited their brotherinlawand Smith and family.

1975. Drawer 1030, Starke, Florida, relating to: CIVIL ACTION sisters,Mr.and Mrs. O. J. Sincere sympathy of the

t and file the original with the Case No.74.103 Anders, and Mrs. Hester community is extended to Mr.
clerk of the above styled court AN ORDINANCE CREATINGTHE Hicks Tuesday and Wed-
Clerk of said Court on or before July 7.1975; otherwise nesday. family due to'' the death of
Beulah M. Moody a Judgment may be entered Cue Dobbs of Raiford their daughter Darlene Lynn,

Ads Deputy Clerk against you for the relief AUTHORITY; EMPOWERINGSAID SHELLIE H. GERLE a/k/a visited his brother and,sister- who passed away burtoay:
5/29/ 6/19 demanded in the complaint or in-law Mr. and Mrs. Arlie stationed
4tchg ? ATE WATER USE WATER SHELUE A. HALL, Plaintiff, vs. night. Mr. Brown is
-------------. petition. JOE MORRIS NAPIER, et al., Dobbs on Thursday.Mr. aboard U.S.S. Franklin D.
WITNESS my hand and the and Mrs. Hermie Kelly
Roosevelt and home
seal of said Court on June 3, visited their brotherinlawand leave.
REGISTER 1975. NOTICE sister, Mr.and Mrs. A. P. Mr. D. R. Brown's mother
PROVIDING FOR APPOINT- N' Hallman of Keystone Heights Mrs. Lita Brown and brother
Gilbert Brown
S. MENT OF MEMBERS TO SAID Friday. .,V,of Peridio, Ala. to visit,
'in came
"' eI)
Pursuant to Section 865.09 As Clerk of said Court AUTHORITY BY THE BOARDOF ToDefendants: Joe:' Morris Mrs. Cecil Wade of Tampa:; with the family. .

Florida Statutes notice is here- By: Beulah M. Moody COUNTY COMMIS- Napier ,Mrs. Fred Boyer of Fairfield Mr. and Mrs. Clarence 10I

by given that the undersignedMr. As Deputy Clerk SIONERS OF BRADFORD et al, and to all others Miss Rachel Boyer of Rhoden of Jacksonville visited -
6/5 4t 6/26
and Mrs. Grady L. COUNTY, FLORIDA; PROVID- whom It may concern: Jacksonville, and Mrs. Fred their cousins, Mr. and Mrs.

Williamson, Rt. 3, Box 144 ------------ ING THAT SAID AUTHORITY Moore met their brother and Les McClellan, on Monday.J. C r LAWTEY .
Starke, Bradford County, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat sister-in-law C. Prevatt, Jr. of
Boyer 'Tampa,
Florida 32091, doing business EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF an action to foreclose the ,Gainesville came Sunday
AND PROVIDING AN Dothan Ala. and visited '
and carried his
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR BRAD- following in Bradford morning
under the firm name of "GREEN property
EFFECTIVE DATE several of Interest from
FORD COUNTY. ; County, Florida: parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl OF HEARING
OAK NURSERY", Rt. 3, Box there. While in Tallahassee
Prevatt home with him for the
Lot 1 arid the Southerly 25 ,
144 Starke, Bradford County, YOU ARE FURTHER GIVEN they attended services at Notice Is hereby given tIt.t. public hearing will be
FILE NO.7594IN feet of Lot 2, Block 3, Temple'sAddition
Florida 32091, Intends to register NOTICE that a copy of said proposed to the Town of Starke Thomasville Road Baptist day.Mrs.. Joyce Futch of held on August 4, 1975.t 10:00 a.m. In the County Commission -
ordinance is available for Church where Mrs. J. P. of Bradford courthouse the
said fictitious name under the Blackshear, Ga. attended room the County on
RE: ESTATE OF ANTHONYJ. Florida, in the NW% of NE% of
inspection at the office of Wyrick formerly of Lawtey of Florida Power A Co. to construct
provisions of aforesaid statute. FERRI Deceased.NOTICETO your Section 28, Township 6 South Evergreen Baptist application Light
Mr. and Mrs. Grady L the Clerk of the Circuit Court, Range 22 East, SAVE AND is a member.Mr. Homecoming Sunday and 240 kilovolt (KV) transmission line between Ford

Williamson sole CREDITORSTo Bradford County Court House EXCEPTING THEREFROM any and Mrs. Jerry Vogler stopped by for a visit with her Switching Station near the. town of Lawtey Bradford

owners.Dated Starke Florida. portion thereof lying within theright and girls of New Smyrna sister, Miss Elizabeth Terry. County to Steelbald Substation In Duval, County southof

this 15th day of May, EACH AND EVERY PERSON of way of the Seaboard Air Beach, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hodges Baldwin. (See accompanying map for route through
A. D. 1975 at Starke Florida. all creditors and all persons Lne Railroad. their Mr and Mrs. '
having any interest whatever in parents, camped out Friday and Bradford County), .
5/15 4tp RIBNOTICE' having claims or demands the enactment of this proposed Doc Mosley. Saturday night at Ocean Said line will be approximately 17 miles in .length.,

.-------------- against said estate. ordinance should appear and be has been fled against you and Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Priest Grove Camp Grounds, St. .single circuits and primarily of wood H-frame tower

You, and each of you, are heard at the time and place you are required to serve a copy spent Sunday with their attended construction. .
OF INTENTIONTO hereby notified and of written defenses if Augustine. They
required to your any and niece Mr. and
herein prescribed. to it the nephew Faith Baptist Church on All parsons wishing to .be heard In this matter may
REGISTER present any claims and demands on plaintiffs attorney,
Mrs E. W. Williams of
whose in St. .appear at time and place specified.
name and address is Sunday Augustine.
which ,or either of .
FICTITIOUS NAME you you. may Wellborn and their brother-
George H. Pierce Pierce & ,Rev. and Mrs Jimmy
have against the of
and and
in-law sister Mr.
Hardy, P.A., P.O. Drawer 1030 Parrish of State Farm visited
ANTHONY J. FERRI deceased, Mrs.G. R. Summerlin of Lake BRADFORD FLORIDA It 'I':
Pursuant to Section 866.09 to the Judge of the said Court COUNTY, FLORIDA Starke, Florida, 32091 and file Mr. and Mrs. Lea McClellan COUNTY
Florida Statutes notice is here- the original with the clerk of the City, met them there. They Saturday afternoon.. '
in the Courthouse at Starke
by given that the undersignedLee By: GILBERT S. BROWN above styled court on or before also visited Mrs. Nellie
County, ,within
Williams and her sister Mrs.
McKenzie and Willie CLERK July 1 1. 1975; otherwise a judg-
four months from the date of the Ethel Terry of Lake City.
McKenzie Rt. 3, Box :375-B first publication of this notice. 1t 6/5 ment may be entered againstyou
Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs I
----- for the relief demanded in
Florida 32091 doing Each claim or demand must visited their brother, Clarence

business under: the firm name of be in writing and must state the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, the complaint or petition. Dobbs of Sanderson on

"THE BARGAIN CENTER," 301 place of residence and post- EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF WITNESS my hand and the Sunday.
seal of said Court on June 2, CHRISTIAN ACADEMY
office address of the HAMPTON
claimantand IN
South, Starke Bradford FLORIDA AND FOR 1975. Bernard Rosier of Fort

County, Florida, 32091, intends must be sworn to by the BRADFORD COUNTY Pierce visited friends and
claimant, his agent, or his attorney
to register said fictitious name or it will become void FILE NO.7596IN Glbert S. Brown relatives over the weekend. HAMPTON. CHRISTIAN JUNIOR

under the provisions of aforesaid according to law. As Clerk of said Court Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lightfoot COLLEGE

statute. Each creditor shall deliver RE: ESTATE OF HELEN By: Donna M. Branson of Fort in Lauderdale California, who had

Lee McKenzie and Willie sufficient copies of his claim to FERRI Deceased. As Deputy Clerk visited stoppedby
McKenzie sole owners. enable the Court to mail one to 6/5 4t 6/26 on their way home to visit Rev. MelvIn Hamel will I'mile outside of town on State
their mother Mrs. Rossie Road 11.Now .
each soon be celebrating his
Dated this 15th personal representative. NOTICE CREDITORS .--------- .
day of May ----
Dated May 27, 1975. Reddish, on Tuesday ,and eighth year a* pastor of the the church .besides
A. D. 1975 at Starke, Florida. Daniel Ferri To all creditors and all persons NOTICE OF Wednesday. Hampton Baptist Church. operating two buses,and two

5/15 4tp 615NOTICE As Administrator CT.A.of having claims or demands SHERIFFS SALE Mrs. P. L. Dinkins returned Upon his arrival there the children's churches, has

------------ the Estate of against said estate. home on Saturday after Hampton Baptist Church opened and |lust completedIts 'li. .

Anthony J. Ferri, You, and each of you, are Notice Is hereby given that 'I I, spending three weeks with her was sleepy little country first year a full-time
OF INTENTIONTO Deceased hereby notified end required topresent Dolph E. Reddish, as sheriff of son and daughter-in-law, Mr. church, with a very small Christian School K12. The M. J. Hamel

REGISTER 6/52tchg 612NOTICE any claims and demands Bradford County, Florida, under and Mr*. Paul Dinkins and 'congregation... enrollment the first year was And
:President Principal
FICTITIOUS NAME ._-------- which you,or either of you, may and by virtue of Writ of Execution David, of St. Augustine. They Because of Bible conviction too students. Many parents ,
OF INTENTIONTO have against the state of HELEN to-wit: brought her home on Saturdayand ,' Rev. Hamel. knowingthat pleaded for space for their sports, field trips, and snack

FERRI. deceased: to the Judgeof spent the weekend with God could not and would children but there |lust was time are all provided and
Pursuant to Section 865.09Florida REGISTER
the said Court, in the Courthouse Execution issued out of County she and -Mr. and Mrs. Carl 'not blocs. any church that not one space available. i the. cost (.less than. costs for a
Statutes notice Is here-
at Starke, Bradford Court of Columbia County, Carter. to the Southern Again the people went to ,baby sitter) is.about S2.SO
gavei meney
by given that the undersigned J. County, Florida, within four Florida, pursuant to a Final Mrs. Hazel Bradley and son Baptist Cooperative God In prayer again he 'per day.
A. Sapp 902 Woodtawn Street Pursuant to Section 866.09 months from the date of the first Judgment for Southern Discount answered by constructing Summer ,School begin
and Mrs. C. R. Crews enjoyeda program to help support the.
Statutes, notice I le .hereby
Starke Florida, 32091. doing given that the undersigned publication of this notice. Co. of Lake City, Florida, swim at Lake Geneva at salaries of Infidels, professors addition to the church June. U.Also .
business under the firm name of Each daim or demand must and against David and Evelyn school a learning center In September 175,
Heights on Saturday he
Keystone lecturers,
Evelyn V. Powell, P.O. Box 260, jand proposed the.
"JOE'S GIFTS & NOVELTIES". Hampton Bradford County. be in writing and must state the Todd. defendants, in the afternoon.T. to the church that. all that. Is larger than. the old Hampton will Christian for College

802 Woodlawn Street, Starke Florida doing bus"under" place of residence and post- amount of 4463.15 together with N. Crews and his son and support and withdrawal church Itself was. open a which twoyearcollage
program can
office address the claimant costs of collection.
Bradford County Florida, the firm name of "LEISURE : daughter-in-law and family from 'the. Cooperative pro- i Special emphasis Is placed 'rile completed days or even

32091. intends to register said ARTS & CRAFTS", P.O. Box and must be sworn to by the Mr. and Mrs. L Crews wentto gram'' .be Initiated Imme- upon character training 'ing*. Credits will be trans
claimant, his apart, or his attor- Have seized and have in
my possession Lake George on a camping obedience honesty good
260, Hampton Bradford diately. It was. ferabtotoany Christian College
fictitious name under the provisions -
it will become void
the following described trip over the Memorial manners, and clean habits.
County Florida. 32044, inlands cording taw. Within months, the church In America.
of aforesaid statute.J. to "
to register said fictitious name Each creditor: she deliver personal property tomtit: weekend.Mrs. had to rebuild repair and There Is no cursing. Immodest They Invite all interested

A. Sapp, sole owner. under the provisions of aforesaidstatute. sufficient copies of his claim to C. R. Crews spent the .utlllte every available spaceto dress,dope or weapons, parents who desire their..
Dated this 15th day of May, 1972 1 MOO Ford Ptck-Up Truck week of lit with her son- ,
enable the Court to mail one to May minister., to the growing or threats allowed on cam. children to have a proper
A. D. 1975 at Starke, Florida. Evelyn V. Powell, sols owner, eech Green, ID No. F10YNP 126. in-law and daughter, Mr. and number. of soul that .wore ,.pus. >"education academically and

S/1Sj p6J5NOTICE Dated this 6th day of June. Dated May 27W'As Title No. 6066477. Mrs. Tommy Clayton and son being born. again, convertedto Each child Is tested upon 'spiritually, to call for an

: ---- -. .--. A.D. 1976 at Starke. Florida. of Jacksonville. On Sunday ,I Christ. acceptance\ with MM C.A.T. 'Interview, 4M-1M4 or 44*.
6/5 4tp 6/28 : Daniel Ferri. As the property of the above they visited their other ;California Achievement III*. .

OF ADOPTION OF ------- Administrator or C.T.A. named defendant and that on parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. A. It soon became apparentthat ''Tests which are considered God. In answer to
RESOLUTION OF BOARD OF of the Estate of oven more room was prayer,
ORDINANCE N0.75.FLORIDA Monday, the 30th day of June Clayton of St. Augustine. On the In America
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Helen Ferri,Deceased needed. accommodate the ,to be highest 'has tent two Christian educators -
BRADFORD 1975 at twelve o'clock Noon on Memorial Day they with an curriculum' ,
Then Is'assigned to
6/12 crowd;; But there was no
6/5 2tchg
said day on the aunt. Miss Inez .
premises Teston had
of the
iAN a
ROAD) RUNNING to each studentaccording 'Beth
; program; men-,,
._____ Bradford Jail I more room available at the are
EAST AND 'V County will offer picnic lunch at KIngsley Lake.The '
WEST LYING to their mod early retired Naval
for sale and sell present site, In town. ,The ; MewltyoHlaW
.'OR'SALE Alt to the highest .
JUST NORTH OF HOPE ORDINANCE : type of ,, Tommy Clay tons brought :
BAPTIST amending bidder for cart in hand, the congregation. began to pray, hi their primary program, whom God< called
CHURCH ALL IN SECTION Article IX, Section 3.1 of the Colored Pencil In stock at above described her home on Monday afternoon. ask God to fmd them a toca- an outstanding program I.I. Is'offered full.. time In Christian. educe.Won. -
; The Office Shop. Color. property said
l 36. TOWNSHIP 7 BRADFORD COUNTY ZONING which tsiA .' Each .has
; degrees In
defendant to satisfy the gas. that would be suitable,
I I SOUTH LAW effective .brMe Non-Face 20 cent* "aforesaid Mrs. Charles Smith and son ..
; provkfng an and all future .-Taught .phonetically.Stresses mat. Engllshi history and
DISTANCE Execution. for growth expansion.
; COVERING A OF date. acfl. -Thick lead opaque of Tampa returned home on ..- student read.. all elated. subfect
j 300 FEET, LYING AND colorama 30 cents each Wednesday. Her Mother Mrs., Thetoprayers wereanswered. I ,' '
T have
k Dolph E. Reddish Sshriff Odd found them a' .... ey room for about
IN BRADFORD BE IT OfIDAINED' BY THE and alto Mongol coloredpen.a. Pearl Starling' went borne "
COUNTY .Mul.lc.'pl.no;organ,volce:, ,4f mere students, 175-7.
Bradford teftd one-half
FLORIDA. AND DISCLAIMING BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ., II centeeach.Stop County Florida with her and will spend the. large track of,
ANY In and take a 100 I., 8/5.4Ic g 6/26 v'
OF COUNTY AND Of BRADFORD .. summer. __. _


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June,1975 TELEGRAPH. Page 15

Clicerlending Clinic I.

Set June 9-13

.\ little girls cheerleading
clink is set June 9-13 from 9.11 ,
11.in. in the Bradford High
Si'liool gym,according to Mrs SAVE, WfTh ___ __ 1 1 1 I
'Itucie Jsihlosser, BUS cheer: food
leading sponsor. w
Gills in elementary school g0 hunberps .
find under are invited to at. W181'DIXj
tend. Participants are asked
lo obtain permission slips
from the elementary schools VE
10 bring in signed by parentson -
the opening day Monday -II-E-1 BUYS
June!). There will he a pick uplit

Brooker' Schools and I Hampton for transportation Elementary t

1 (to the clinic

i-II Camp Fees lyF BEEF pEOp

Due By June 10

Registration and fees for 4- Tt'PJiiiMry ; ::
11 Lump June 16-20 are due in
the County 4II office on
Tuesday, June 10. _
Cost is just$17 plus canteen +Y ry 1 /'/
and may crafts go for money.a week All of Hers fun I I i<< <(t 1 KEY Y (c t lll ( 1 I' It ( ((L r 1 'KEY 6EI Y lll'(dl(l. l .1 :M l ,ll( i.KEY.1, ear.tMM l (,(_ _,; MMl'<
crafts, swimming and special COUPON 0000 INS.YIN 11 COYeON 00001NN YYNI 11xICRORYWILT COUPON OOO.1NAU 111111 II tOYPON.000 IMSY'U" IS

programs.Highlights of the week 'include SLICED ALL VEGETABLE 3 ; 39 E I "Ma"... ,., MAID RAYORe :;=-.. -:::; Anoa ':=-

crafts organized 69.ri J SHORTENING J' ICE --- ''J' FRUIT 4l '-
recreation such as Softball, -:1:: 39 0:=- 0:=-
J -
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and volleyball swimming folk games classes., relays On u CAN : MILK DUAL &- ::; COCKTAIL i?=:

camp fire and talent night is / N0.1ICClVO/N.CNASIIC/1._ UMIT_ONI__fUAM. /Y ryJ'i C?...oiOANO.iiicw CtOARITTII LIMIT owl iu.x. /' ry MORI INCLUOIMO ClOARITIIft (Y ry ., MOST INS//111. A CANT CI
planned Campers for will other leave evenings.the 1 ))))) ) ) ))) ;)) );)) ;)))).rJ' ))) )) )); ))) : '))n )))))y1)1);)) )))\ "

office shortly before
county lunch on Monday,June 16 and STAR-KIST LIGHT Limit 3 with $7,50 or more purchase excluding cigarettes !
return at 4..10:: p.m. on Friday
June 20. All parents are invited .t, $100
1 .lo visit camp at any KEY BUY! Tuna 3 CANS' ,


[ AREA NEWS FRESH Georgia Peaches . LS.49c Hunt's Ketchup .69

JoMphln. .*Font.... Florida

Friends. and Mrs.& NeighborsMr. Frank Brownof FRESH.,(NO HEAD OVER 3Sc)

visitors Orange of Park Mr.were Brown's Sunday Crisp Lettuce . . u 25c Garden Peas.416.oz.'s $1

mother !Mrs. T F. Brown SUNNY DELITI J

Azusa.Harold Calif and, Bertha spent Jem several of Citrus Punch .,, . 8 .us'. $100 SUPERBRAND USDA INSPECTED GRADE 'A' FRESH FLORIDA ALL WHITE j
days visiting with Mr. and
Mrs John Allen. U S, o1 RUSSETBaking

thank Francis Diane Mr.for Ithca and helping would Mrs her Charles like when to MASMITH'S MEIO Potatoes RICH . 10 1 ::.,, 99C Large Eggs . ?....1... DOZEN49c

she had her accident on Highway .
301)!. Chocolate Cream Pie .; '. -o: 69CMORTON SUPERBRAND (QUARTERS)

Candle-making yarn TETTRAZINI.Oto"X 3 $1

dolls Craft were Class the at projects the (Hampton'of the: _. . 2 Jio"(.;-;: $1 100 Margarine .. S. i

Kocretktion Center last'We 1ct'" -L--ASTOR BRUSSELS 5'ROU''IROCCOLI. SPEARS,OROHOOK LIMAS;BABY LIMAS. v.VU/ .,,_qNfY-i.,.f*,A MM.FANCY "" '
'l'I* classes are'iwld 'every ..,((MIX OR MATCH'n i fth af'M' ( T. TCn '

.2:36 Wednesday: to 4:111.:: Anyone afternoon wishing from to 6CC9TA5HV Peas '. . 0 .. 3 %s.. $1 lbo 'FLORIDA a/> *' .w

join the class is welcome. ( OR MATCH) Yellow C Corn : 8 99CWD
made for next
Plans were
( Wednesday: but we will try ChoppeBroccoli i . 4 Ks(;;: $100 EARS
and let you know in the future
what the class will be doing FOX DE LUXE HAMBURGER, CHEESE, OR _
Senior Citizens, don't forget Pizza 1 "' 79C BRAND QUICK FROZEN BROAD BREASTED ((10 TO 14 LB. AVG.)
II that Friday. June (6.. is the Sausage . . ,
regular meeting time. 7:36p.m. :
All Senior Citizens are MARINERS 59CWD
welcome Come and enjoy an Fish Sticks . . ft:?;' 99c Turkeys .' . lB.
evening of fellowship.
II you have news items call SUPE BRAND

at me the al t(Hampton--Ifi8.1l5t\< <\ General leave Store I hem Whipped Topping . 2 cUPS $100 1 1SAAA BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF CUBED STEAKS OR FULL CUT BONELESS

J or mail them to Box 1M.

I Hampton LEE Pound Cake 'iKol' 959 Round Steak $188
Family . . LB

Jeannette t coltPERSONALS t

!Mr.and Mrs. II. John Mann
and daughter Donna of V'ala
Rica, Ga. were visiting her WHIN YOU S
.sister; !Mr. and Mrs. Orea PURCHASE10LB. 69 LB.98C
Prescott and family over the PICO. LB.
!Memorial>ay weekend. May! USDA CHOICE BEEP

J2V20.!Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. Chuck Steak . . ,,. LB.slog]
and left on
Piescott Johnny

25.their They vacation visited Sunday her mother, !May, All Meat Stew . .. LBIB. $119w ] ,
Mrs Nellie Pringle and sister Instant
Emma and !Mr. and Mrs Coffee 10 oz. $168 D B AND USDA
!Mr. and JAR Steaks
Alton Mrs. Nichols Elton Watson and and Delmonico . $269

all of Lakeland. .
I family W 0 BRAND
!Monday and Tuesday. LBPKO 39
They went on to Homestead. Beef Patties . . 3 $2
''Fla to visit their son Sgt\ Paul ScotTowels $
1 .
U. Prescott' Jr. He and his .2 PALMETTO FARMPimento
returned home with ROLLS 1
I family : CheeseSUPERRRAND P99C'
ahem' His wife. Sawing and I . cu :
"daughter Wantanee. will ",.'
,;spend about four weeks with ARROW CREAMEDCottage LB
1 them while Sgt\ Prescott went Cheese '. 2 CUP $119]
Ion to Denver Colorado' lo ; .PKG.33c
',attend Safety School. He will Detergent : OSCAR MAYER .
;return ,to Homestead Air ;, l-La. j
;Force Base in July as Safety N Franks . . . .. 'KO. $129] :
Inspector of !Mess HallsBIRTHDAYS .

j $ Leg 0' Lamb ., . .IB. '$149'].
June 1.
!Mrs.Lizzie Prescott & 5 1
Mrs.,Claude Prescott. June CANS
24. ST-; ;
Mrs Genell Reynolds, June t I

PRAYER LIST Shoulder Picnics ..:. IB., 69C: 1
.Mrs! Pill Baxter returned E.IbowMcicaroiii 4 KGS$100SOUTHERN I
home from Bradford County : SHOULDER LADE BOSTON BUTT
'Hospital in ,Starke Friday Fresh Pork Roast ILA 98e:; t
(May! 30 Remember him in .1. :. ..' : ,
your Prayers. .
BISCUIT : TMMADai FARMS ,j '?' ? '- '" :

FOR--SALE--:-All-typeS---of-Colored-- Chicken Franks," ...... .".\..',".. .. 'KO.., '39.. I '

Pencils In stock at The Office Flour r:;' : 5 BAG LB' 68CALL i.. .' '\'.. ."_. \I II :
Shop.:'Colorbrlte 'Non-Face, 'I'' ,
lead : : : ; I ShiedCooked 12..*. : I
i 20 cents each. Thick ; Ham $1".1 I I
opaque colorama 30 cents N rn A k!+; q. : '. .. .,:. KOf ,
't> f '' ;:
I each, "and also Mongol .'_..,.. -5
1 colored penfite 11 cents '11 '}:LI.:
take a look: P orNDSausage . ". ,'I' ROLL Sl".t,0
each.': Stop in fLAhVORS"k" ; ,
Drinks' ,It' 2 48-01. $100 i* t -i/J It i tJiu K'\ I

NEED' TO MAKE' SOME .. "t' .BTlSr, .. .. ,
'., ":LABELS Buy a Bymo Label .. .', '" .. .. -01 'r ."" '", t.t' ,. "... ..
maker Shop.,from us at The--Office- ..s( .. (I oon)QOOO(!) goaoa(! $ ;j" "

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Problem --'------------------------------
Dog Disposal Equipment Bids... reconstruction' ConferenceS

(From Page 1)) the application by the Parks used on a city fire truck.
and Recreation Board for an Dukes said the truck was used (From Page 1 ment of 'transportation"Gainesville t',
Wallace of Raiford, and com- $18 (000) )() grant to the Bicentennial mostly in fighting fires outsidethe requests to the'' commis- office gave a
missioner Paul Riherd. Commission.The grant, if city limits. His requestwas sioners, through their repre- report of the status of Brad- On Lawtey Water v.A v.!I
In other matters at Tues- approved by the commission, taken under advisementand sentative, architect Robert ford county's secondary road
day's meeting, the commissioners will be used to purchase a site will be considered along Taylor, rather than to Sheriff funds. Rogers said that of the pre-constructlon meeting ':recreation property only" ;:been ordered for the roofidf
: for a new softball field pre- with other budget requests for Reddish or his representatives. $1)0,000) budgeted for 1974-75, to iron out final details ofLawtey's with the restriction to remainin the new rbcreation center a)lu
ferably within the.city limitsof the coming year.Approved that $73,459 had been expended effect"as long as the City of price of $2,220. He also
-Awarded a bid to the State proposed $420,000())()
1975. all
Tractor and Equipment Lake Butler.At the payment of In other matters at Mon- through April water system will be held at Lawtey shall operate as a Florida requested recreation
the request of the Sar- $737 in for liability day's meeting, the Higher costs for labor and department bills be approved
premiums com- 7:30 corporation, or until such
Company of Jacksonville for : p.m. Thursday June 12,
clis Baptust Church in Worthington -, material that had taken place by two members of the board
insurance coverage on county missioners: time the restriction is
to as
the of a new motor according City Clerk
purchase for the road Springs approved a owned vehicles and equip- -Were invited to partici- during the years operationwere Lucille Shuford. removed by operation of law." before payment by the county.
grader county
public hearing to be held on in the explained by Rogers The request of Earl Prevail!
pate groundbreakingceremonies It voted to call for bidson
is was
The net cost to Everything
department. the closing of Fifth Street ment.Agreed to sell all of the at the who recommended $115,000 that a 20-fool alley be closed
the county will be $41,400, pay- new librarysite "go" for the water system, reconstruction of a con-
between Main and KirklandStreets for next year's secondaryroad through Block 13 and 14 Was
timber growing on county during the
able in three annual paymentsof noon recess. Mrs. Shuford'said, with the crete bridge on Olive Street, "
budget.Commissioner motion
in Worthington owned roads Triest Construction approved upon by
secondary right-
Companyof resi-
contracts returned from near the Earl Prevatt
() each.It
13.800 suc-
The unused street is George Councilman John Robertson,
Springs. of-way, and apply the monies Keystone started construc-
cessful bidders dence. The bridge was
was unanimously and Roberts was appointed to Chapman & A motion by Councilman
between the parsonage received therefor to the tion of the
new building at the
in condi-
Co of reported dangerous
agreed that all agencies work with Rogers in establishing Jacksonville for the dis-
the church B.F. McCulley was approvedto
building rebuilding of the secondaryroads. corner of Walnut and Jackson
tion with holes that
and tribution system, and Jackson deep pot
committees departmentsof road
secondary prioritiesfor the of the city's
-Approved a budget Streets raise pay
on Tuesday, 27.
& Sons of could cause a serious accident -
the county be advised to Fort Lauderdale for
the DOT
beginningJuly collector Bud
amendment in the amount of The $85,774 contract is sche- year garbage ,
submit their money require- $6,000 at the request of Sheriff duled for completion in 150 1.Rogers. construction of the well, Barber, from $2 to $4 for ,(the
ments for next! year's budgetat John Whitehead. The sheriff Prison days from start of construc- said that Bradford is tanks, and building. Jimmy Scott, a member of removal of dead dogs within
the July meeting of the said the amendment was one of four counties in the Actual work on the project the recreation board, an- the city. ,
commissioners, so that ample needed to provide salary tion.Received notice from the north district who does not do is expected to begin within the .nounced that steel trusses had
time would be available for adjustments as recommendedby state that a grant in the their own repair on,, county next two weeks with one contractor -
the commissioners to study the state auditor.At (From Page 1)) amount of '$31,844 had been secondary roads. The other Chapman, already :
the budget requests.Adopted the request of county approved tor the purchase ot a counties are Levy, Madisonand moving in equipment '
a resolution agent William J. Cowen by 1977, according to information new bookmobile for the Taylor, who rely on the In a special meeting on May J & J Contractors
approved -
the of supplied by the Divisionof 15, the t.
authorizing issuance a transfer of funds and library. Bids will be receivedat DOT to maintain their secon- Council decided on
$75,000 in bonds for the Corrections.With a later date on the new dary road system. additions and extensions to
solid waste disposalsystl'm. the reclassification of clerical the target date for of the Cement And Masonry W ;
county's positions for some of his office piece equipment. Rogers said that the major system to use up some wit'
opening the expanded Lawtey -Joan Jackson, as spokesman portion of the monies were $60,000 in "extra" money -:
-At the request of a com- personnel.O.B.. facilities set for February for a group of citizens in expended on shoulder work resulting from bids on the All Work Guaranteed
Dukes Lake Butler
mittee composed of Margie 1976, the buildings and the Lincoln City area, and pot hole patching. project being considerably .I,
Cason and T.S. Thomas, Jr. of fire chief, requested the commissioner's equipment will cost an requested that commissionersmake lower than expected. The Free I x
to pay one half ot with funds available to No
estimated some
the Lake Butler City Council $2,961,950. a excess money could not be
and Larry Powell, county the estimated cost of $1,700 yearly operating budget for their recreation committeefor Woman InjuredIn banked by the city or used on I
recreation director, approved for additional fire hose to be the. 300.person unit set at the next year. The com- other needed projects due to a Estimate I Obligation'
around $900,000.Academic())(). missioners referred the Farmers Home Administration ;
i and vocational request to a committee com- TrucCrash ruling that the city must
training programs will be posed of commissioners Ralph use all of its money on the
expanded at the center, while Bryan and E.W. Hodges, Jr. water project before tapping 473-2000 t
I the work release program will who are to look into the LAKE BUTLER Miss the FmHA grant of $100,000())() L
From be continued for inmates matter. Paula Archer of Lake Butler In order to use the extra I
classified as minimum secur- -Confirmed the appoint- was carried to the Alachua money the city decided to
ment of Donald L. Rardon to General Hospital in Gaines- increase the size of main
Peddlers ity.Present plans call for place- one of two vacancies on the ville, Monday, June 2, for trunk lines from 4-inch to 6- Hccaptstd No Gimmicks ,
Jackson's Home ment of 40 inmates in work county zoning board. The treatment of injuries received inch pipe, as recommended by' >-
release, 75 to be enrolled in vacancies were created by the when the vehicle she was driving its engineers; extend the lines
Center academic courses, 105 in recent resignations of former overturned in Lake Butler. northward along U.S. 301 to LEWLW.u ( !? (
Miss Archer :
vocational courses, and 80 will chairman John Arthur Torode on SR-121 was about drivingeast include two motels; add a loop ;
and board member Pat
be assigned to work inside the to pick up several more resI-
when she
I 1.// compound. member Farnsworth.of the Rardon Starke is Zoning also a Monday lost control of the apparently 1975 Ford dences town, and in the retain southern the servicesof part of '

Board Dale Brown was sug- pickup truck on the wet and a qualified engineer to (jJl'i! [ (jJI1E( ;1
slickened pavement. The
_n_ _._ ._ gested to fill the remaining make on-lhe-job inspections ..
Stem The Tide vacancy on the zoning board, truck traveled 198 feet across .
Do you care enough to help however, no action was takenon the centerline of the highway, during project. construction of' the N 4734470.473.4078 0
STARKE. FLA. KEYSTONE HGTS. then 70 feet along the north
stem the tide of cancer by supporting his appointment. It was ,
N CHERRY ST, HWY 100 8t 21 ( the American Cancer recommended that Brown side shoulder of the road then Attorney Richard Welty L C'
another 136 feet back across submitted, and Council .I..
964-6O78 Society's programs) of research, attend the next meeting of the ap-
education, and service? Give zoning board and that his the center of the highway, proved a restriction in the 74 Chev. Blazer 1 A
generously to defeat cancer. appointment first be endorsedby before it overturned and cameto deed to the East Lawtey 74 Ford Pinto ::.r
pVf* **** rest on its top about 184 feet recreation site that ...
the zoning commission. *! 1 *.*' Dr. Chey.n. Packap.. KmvrsHa Gr..., 1 Dr.. A & H, *
-Called for a public east of 7th Street. "said property shall be and is N AM PM Itarao, P.. PS;Crulta- AT Decor Orp Air CO.d. 11.000 "P
(j SeuS'I'I hearing on the matter of the The driver, and only occupant hereby restricted for use as II Control, ".e. AC, 17._ Mil.. Mllu. "S'"
<' Fo creation of a water manage- of the vehicle, was
.cJI5'o ment district and set the date carried to the hospital by 3 5100 2500.!
: 5 Trials
mess Set
1 I of Monday, June 23 at 10 a.m. Rescue 50 for treatment of her a 9
t for the hearing. injuries..
". o1 -Denied a request for the Trooper K.H. Etheridge of In Coming Week 74 Ford Maverick 74 Mazda Wagons :j:I
f payment of$15 per month rent the Florida Highway Patrol <0old Tudor', "'" Cyl. Auto C
for the Hampton Senior Citi- listed damages of$3,000())() to the STARKE Five cases are r Tram., Pwr. Str..., Decor RX4 & RX1 Both Illvor with n
zens Club to hold their mon- pickup truck and cited the Group Air Cond. Your Cholca." !
:This Week's set for trial in Circuit Court a fie
. .* thly meetings. The commissioners driver for failure to have the here during the week of June 9 2550 i"E
took the view that vehicle, under control.Williams. with Judge R.A. Green, Jr. II i 3450'
ample space was available in .
1, Hampton at no cost to the ,
SpecialAll iic.c.ry c. senior citizens, and mentionedthe ... case of John C. Ritch N. 74 CMC % Ton 74 5
community hall and the 35, of Gainesville, which had Z Plymouth ,.
three-bay fire station as possibilities (From Page 1) been No. 1 on the trial docket Rad ft WhlK<.W.:!I&N,4 Cyl.\' Du..r. ..1.. Ip' c..... "Otl, '
.: I
/IH to have Tor Monday, has been shiftedto g| Std. Tirana. Cyl. Au.o,Tr.... Bxtr.
answers to these CI..nt
Tile In Our -Dr. Bill Lennon of the tions," Williams declared.ques- Ritch the originally'change of plea pleaded docket.not 2450 '

Ceiling Stock Clinic Bradford-Union, along with Guidance several would Tucker be said no, however investigationsince there guilty to one count of unlawful 2450 ;.

members of his staff, gave a there had been for- possession with intent to sellor C -

12x12 & 12x24 operation report on of the the mental function health and mal accusations against stance deliver, and controlled one count sub-of 3 73 Montego MX 73 Pont. Ventura =
center. Dr. Lennon directorof and Shevin, such as the unlawful delivery of con- a Bronia With Balga' Vinyl Top. Oroon a.Or.,55$.Auto. Tr....
the clinic, said that a totalof ones made against O'Malley, trolled substance. If the pleais M Pull Pwr. Pac. AC, Local' On. PI, PS. ".e, AC .
Jorcrr 237 patients were currently'being who was indicted on three changed to guilty he will Ownar. 12OO Mll.i. c:

20 % Off best On wishes this very for great tomorrow.day, children mentally,served alcoholics disturbed.: including, and Intro-the might counts.One be House a good member idea to said con-it necessity placed presumably on for probation be a trial.sentenced, with no or I; *2650 '2650"J;

duced to the commissionerswere vene a hearing and force Cases set for trial Monday S -
Drs. Joe Vey and Tom Williams to produce any evi- are: I 73 Mazda' Wagons 73 Lincoln &
Anderson Mrs. Mary Bran- dence he might have against Robert Powell, Box 383, I. RX3 ft Ooh Bam Auto Tram ft Continental, 4 Dr. Yellow with _
Askew and Shevin, adding Starke, Da Block Vinyl, Top C.tr.ma Lu..
Utility Stripping son, mental health technician, aggravated assault; Cond Elthar
.I don't ury. Bargain
Center and Mrs. Helen Alderman think he can. and Eulie Rexford Ussery, prlcad

alcoholic counselor. Angus "This is one of the toughest Florida State Prison, one :: 2300 4800
1x2 Approved Singer Dealer McDowell, of the Probationand things I have had to do in my count of escape, and one : :
Parole Commission,' was entire life," Williams told his county of larceny of motor ::J
138 E. Call St. highly commendable of the fellow House members. "I vehicle. 72 Pont. Bonn. F
and described his 72 AMC Hornet SST
department went home and prayed all ------------ E

3CPerU. Starke, Fla work with the clinic by night. You can laugh if you .FOR SALE: Typewriter and Marvatt. OoM Spt Cp... With. M.t.IIGr...., 4.Dr. SadanR 5C.
D. "
vinyl Hoot
patients who are on parole or want to, but prayer is one of Adding Machine ribbons at ".e. AC. Pull pow.r.Rallya itwnit. H. '" Cyl. Std. Tr.n., AC :
9648312i probation. the biggest things In my life." The Office Shop. .
-L.M. Gaines, county U. 2000 1600
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director T -
... .. .. ... .. zoning a report on the final phaseof I fi'
Homecoming June
.r- Day 8th
the county land use study II I
,. would be made Wednesday! U 72 Vega Kammback '72 Dodge DartSTacYE.4 :

June 11 at 7:30: The meet- I II .
p.m. : U
Special Guest Bronia Matalllc 4 Spd Pac AC
Speaker : *
Mark Olin ing will be held in the commissioners I S Radial Tir.i, Llka N.w RAN AT (
meeting room at the
I courthouse.At I Bro Ralph Smith 1575 '2075 r I (

the request of attorney Service; 10 A.M. Till ???? ::J _
George Pierce approved the I I 7 1
closing of a road that goes in Dinner On The Ground 3

: Dares You To 5 front Church.of the Hope Baptist "Every One Welcome" I Grand 72 Pontiac Safari.. AM Wagon.I'M Storaa.l.e. 72 CMC.1-Ton No :I
-James Rogers, main- ...... Windows Lu..... Rack Dual Whl..W.C.Mlrran, 4-Jpd. *'
tenance engineer, Depart- tr Factory Air Conditioning' 29._ Mllat. Ona Ownor !"

I Beat This i Deal .' I I Calvary Corner 100 Baptist A Cherry Church Church ,I U S 2475 2575 ,In\ ri';

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| 71 Olds Delta 71,Pont. Firb. f

,-tc; Oraan(....",WIttt Ona._Ia..Vinyl..,. Pull Top Pwr.4Dr. /II Had Whll.With AT PS, p.lre.R.C. A JIr t:.J,',,1

I r N
OOUBlEW\OE\ ; 1700'' '2200 ti

% 71 Opel Kadet 71 Plymouth
Bath ,

I 3 .Bedroom L Delivered And \ I REMNANT SALE .C- ".... Opt c..... .......).,AC. AC.ISaal Orain Rack Sal. Suburban.Pull Pwr? Woo"..*. 2 O 9* t.:,

Furn1t ne d.SetUP C '1375 1525 j=. r

\ Friday, June 6th .., ,,,71 Plymouth. 711.traltiolll..* j j:

i i ii Sank R.....v._-Or.. ........ ":.T.. ...."" Dury Spill RIm/. W r!

$1 7:30: A.M. Till 4 P.M. 11. Pull Pwr..$625 R".I1""y'1025"At H." Prl4.. '

May tomorrow bring. ,Saturday June' 7th M 'A''

i .. '''2.00 pot Montn many happy, 70 Dodge Coronet 70 Olds Cutlass ,11I1I
: : P.,.... i successful times ,

*: i your way.Cooper's 7:30 A.M'-Till Noon .C.Vinyl.... TM.. RH' c.... StocS _1'.. .Foc.St..AC.Wa0 LVOaap. RaH. AT Rat.PS'. Q. I 1 ;

: i .'62569Machl' ;
= OUIM'S 1575"
Nursery !XLandcaping Macclenny C.M.T. Factory .
". .' '. 'X .. I' 6,1 Ckevy C/40 W
t Co. 30 Barber Rd. : .. .r,.*. 4.s. Ml ..... .
Lf SALES IH T. CM a CIli.sI..
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