Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04004
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 12, 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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:04004
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STARKE Three names those of Bradford High Principal

a Charles Francis, Curriculum Coordinator Richard Jockel, and
rn. "p Deputy Supt. W. L. Kilpatrick, were to be submitted this morning

Charges (Thursday, June 12) to Gov. Reuben Askew to

replace resigned Bradford School Supt. Jim Temp

""k .The School Board, Supt. Temple, and Attorney Gene Shaw hada
10 a.m. appointment this morning with the governor and his
From aides in Tallahassee. The Democratic Executive Committee hasa
Dropped meeting set early next week to decide on a name to suggest to
r the governor as a replacement.
County and west to Mon-
ticello Temple's home town.
City It includes Bradford and

Union Counties.
lii Temple said he feels he has
It took a three- defense motions were to ex- de-emphasized the school
man; three-woman jury less clude Ayer's testimony building program during his
i than 15 minutes to arrive at a because of his condition at the tenure as superintendent and
pjt guilty verdict Tuesday in time, and another to strike his placed stress on developing a
the day-long trial of Starke testimony because of incom- strong elementary program
Police Lieut. Lane Sibley on a petency as a witness. All with emphasis on reading. He
charge of assault and motions .were denied by feels the county school system
: r, against poullryman Manse County Judge Elzie Sanders. has made substantial

Ayer last January 8, The State argued that progress, on the elementary

Bradford County Commissioners Dave Paulk and George; The copter, owned by the Jacksonville Helicopter Service, The incident, described by "mere words, no matter how level.
will the Seminole JUdge area of Santa Fe Lakeshoreline irritating or insulting do not "I appreciate the voler'sconfidence
.' Roberts and Sanitarian Jack Trawick prepare for a ride In spray. one witness as a "pushing and
; ". Market.Commissioner next week In a test of killing mosquitoes. If the plan ; justify assault." in me. I've tried to
Norman Evans: helicopter Monday at the Farmer's scuffling match occurred at FiE
do them a good job. I think
the works, the county may go into a spraying program using
Ralph Bryan, right. stayed on ground the arrested jail after Sibley 9 9.ie we've made progress in curriculum -
saying .the county! couldn't afford to have a quorum of the, !helicopters.\ :y had Ayer on a DWI which is what I've

board airborne at one time. charge 'after the la tier's Involvement Bad ChecksTo ....,. ..X. intended to do. It's a step up in

in an auto accidentin ;" \ my career. I had to catch the
which he bumped into the .. when it .

I ., .. To'Be'' Attacked From Air rear end of another car. Be Topic .11I111't'1I11111' ?I opportunity been fortunate enough came.I lobe
: Mosquitoes -Witnesses( said Ayer was hooves Office J': lI'ly in the right place at the
given a brcatlwlizer I; test upon right lime, Temple said

: :..STARKEMosquitoes!\ >A.spraying!; program which' while they are lit home ovt'l.- for the program., :Meeting arrival' at the jail and Temple's quiet announce- Tuesday..
round the Seminole Ridgeurea will cost each Bradford tax* the weekend. Monday with Evans-and Tra registered ..22 indicating a ment dropped like a bomb Temple's resignation 'had
of Santa Fe Luke will be payer the price of a soft drink Sanitarian Trawick will wick were Commissioners)< slat of intoxi<;ation. He was shell Monday night shortly af- been rumored in previous
then, taken into the office at STARKE Just one Chamber -' ter 11 in an otherwise dull
attacked with different per year was proposed Mon- accompany 'Evans' on the' Ralph- Bryan, George" p.m. months but denied by him.
. A' jchf micul sprayed 1 from.hcli-., day to three members of the _initial :trip: prospect':> '' :Tra- ..Roberts and.Dave.raulk;.. !Owilfiil J .for booking by Deputy, of Commerce board meeting. Three members of Temple said he made the

copter in an c"perimi.irlhc'CJunty' County Commission, by Nor- -, -_..,,,,,,, ,,. .......,........ ....,"" ....""'......--x(-.. .5M...........- ....-""'"_ sSihut-l: Eunice, who said thatSibley..left 'member contacted C of C the school board. Chairman''' decision to resign late Monday-
: Is trying. man Evans chief pilot for the' tQ answer'another.call member' about what the Rodney Hall Arthur Gaskins, afternoon after much thought.
'For the past few1' years Jacksonville Helicopter l Wf and that Ayer left the Chamber can do for membersso and J.T, Parrish knew priorto His announcement Monday
County Sanitarian Jack Tra- Service.An -office also, heading toward far, and Tom 'Jackson the meeting that Supt. Temple night after' the close of busi-
wick has become increasinglyaware agreement was made for the front door of the jail. reported he got raked over the would resign the post he ness in the regular board
Eunice said he called to coals about bad checks from has held two and five
that local mosquitoes'are \ Evans to spray some 4,000 Ayer years meeting came as a surprise to
becoming immune'' to the acres around the Santa Fe '' at Hi( r', tti not to leave the building, and one Starke merchant.So months after defeating former all but the ihree school board
Malathion being sprayed from Luke area and what other i ''" k M 'tw started toward the hall him- the Chamber Board of Supt. Tom Casey by 55 votes. members. Even school princi-

a l truck. Trawick set about parts of the county that 10 Pn self when he was confrontedby Governors last Thursday, Temple sent his resignationto pals were apparently unaware
N y the two scuffling men, Sib- June 5, decided to invite Glen
finding a chemical to which gallons of Diabrion chemicalwill the of the impending resignation.The .
governor Tuesday
the insects are not resistant. cover for $fiM()(). The spray-;' ley pushing Ayer back into the Sapp, investigator from the morning to become effective administrators had
lie also got onto the idea of ing will take place, weather office. State Attorney's Office, to June 30.Terming. already been shocked once
Ayer was demanding his speak about how to handle during the night when they
splaying; from a helicopter permitting'next Thursday or it "a step up in
whiskey, which Sibley had checks at the next meeting
from other counties which (Friday so residents of the my career," Temple said he heard Temple take a stand
confiscated, Eunice said at 3 at 12:15 in the
July :
p.m. against Issuing continuing
nave begun spraying from the areas sprayed can judge the will work 1
Wry begin July as one
the time
} Nng3n' same cursing the Garden Restaurant. Attorney
w contracts to administrators
jiir in recent of the attack of five coordinators
years. effectiveness regional
officer. Sibley said he had had Dudley Hardy suggested ask- supervisors, and coor-
for the allocation of federal
enough cursing and the scuff ing Sapp to speak on the prob- funds administered the dinators. Temple recommended -
ling continued with the officer by
lem."After slate lie will be director of and the board
: head
bumping Ayer's againstthe about five minuteshe
adopted the stand, issuing two
II of the Title
wall and slapping him. pulled his necktie off," said Region I migra-
year contracts to those members -
Later Sibley hit Ayer with his Jackson in reporting the in- tory compensatory edu- of the administrativestaff

: Evidence Allowed ) fist the deputy said drawing cident of the irritated mer- cation the State program Department working of Edu-for eligible this year for con-
lot' 4 blood over the eye and at the chant. President- Iect Harold tinuing contract.
corner of the mouth. Davis over the June cation.
t Temple will administer 17 Temple requested that prin-
The defense argued that 5 meeting said the reaction counties from a Gainesville cipals with continuing con-
In Taylor TrialSTARKE police officers were permitteda from the merchant Is what the office. He will head a two tracts turn them in to be
Chamber is looking for, that
Up..Up..U reasonable use of force in member staff and a secretary. replaced with three year con-
line of duty and asked for a not all. the reaction from Region II stretches from tracts. He drew no comments

? Denying a charges 'of kidnapping being ,judgment of acquittal. OtherA (See Page 18) !Nassau: County down to Citrus from principals, just a few
defense motion to dropped in exchange for a wick says he isn't looking 'llmmm...'s."
certain evidence approving guilty plea for a murder in forward to, in a small green But the superintendent set
Colorado. and white helicopter. Flying the room abuzz when he
trial six-member jury,
( and granting by a a continuance Taylor also said that he had at 500 feet high at 120 mph, Teacher Proposals SubmittedTo quietly announced:

I from June 23 to July 14. were been led to believe, and that it' Evans says he can spray a 500 "As of the next 48 hours I'll
foot swath. He could cover the
his understanding that probably submit
the highlights of an hour long my
hearing' Monday. June 0, anything that he has said to City of Starke in about three resignation to the governor. I

before Circuit Judge R.A. the Colorado authorities about passes Evans says, taking Board Team hope to terminate my services
Green. Jr. in the-upcoming any other case against him about 15 minutes Bargaining here by June 30.
first- degree murder trial of could not be used by any other Evans proposes to under- "I've definitely enjoyed

Carl Robert Taylor. state by any other jurisdiction populated take a periodic areas spraying of the entire of the 115-page proposed con- was presented Thursday to are not, Kilpatrick told the rendering every minute of my

?>Defense attorney Jeffrey against him. county. Next week's experi- tract was presented last meet again. He agreed only to Telegraph Tuesday afternoon..That.s time here in this county,
Barker had submitted a In arguing the motion for ment will determine whether ,Thursday, June 5, as the offi- do his best to be ready to discuss what bargaining though it's been tempeslous
'motion to disallow the use of the state Assistant State the county commission will go cial document to be bargainedover the two opening sectionsof is all about." He said he and often aggravated by those
Attorney Stan Morris said that members of the unfriendlypress.
Bradford school the
by contract Tuesday. would suggest discussion of
:certain testimony given .R
Taylor had broken a part of .
teachers and school board. At4p.m.Tuesday, however, non-monetary items first
.Taylor to authorities Jn other his agreement with Florida yRp .,,... "I've enjoyed working in
?,, Kilpatrick said he had workedall when bargaining begins.
'stales, particularly Colorado. authorities and that the state Spires Enters Presentation of the day Tuesday, after meet- Presentation of the bargaining this capacily. I appreciate the
J Taylor testified that he had could not be bound .by the ?A document by the five-member ing with the board in execu- proposals by the teacher staff and its work and the

been given a life term with Colorado authorities. C. bargaining team of the Brad- tive session Monday night, to team last Thursday was the competence they have generated -
In denying the motion by Lake Butler 4 ford Education Association to be ready to bargain the first most significant step to date in in the development of'

ram 'h.,. wg the defense the the three-member bargainingteam four sections. But Kilpatricksaid the new bargaining process, what I feel like is an outstanding
eWaanQIrilrri with the arguments presented Council RaceLAKE liry of the school board officially he was not prepared to set up under a new stale law elementary program...
by the state. Disallowing Tay marked the opening? of a bargain the first parts of the and guidelines of the Profes- and... I thought about this fora
lor's testimony about other 60-day period during which contract Tuesday afternoon; sional Employees Relations long time .
BUTLER With the
crimes would have hurt the deadline-ending at the two teams must come to he did not attend the meetingthe Committee (PERC). Any registered voter of the
state's case in that Taylor's agreement over some form of bargaining team county is eligible to be school
sug- Previous to June 5 discussion -
June Tom
5 Monday, 9.
method of could not superintendent under the
operation a contract: To be bargainedare gested. had been principally
Spires made it a four way con-
be shown according to Sheriff of matters con- Florida Constitution.,
a myriad
Kilpatrick told the Tele- over whether the teacher
test for the two seats on the proposal
Dolph Reddish ,Lake Butler city council that cerning teachers, from griev- graph he Is willing to later this would be bargained sec- The Southern Association of
1 Trial by a six member jury will be decided in the June 24 ance procedures to working week, even Saturday, and tion by section without the Colleges and Schools, how-
.was also approved by the election. ''2 hours, eating and off duty several times next week to entire document being pre- ever, requires that the superintendent
RODEO court rather than the usual 12 lunch school bus and of hold a master's
i Two incumbents. Mayor duty, begin negotiations over the sented to the school board
Sponsored by member panel used in murder the of degree in supervision and ad-
Hawthorne'Lion's .John Shaw and Councilwoman course, question salary. contract. proposal. team.The board team refusedto the
ministration if school
'the BEA bargaining team begin negotiations without sys-
Sharon Minshew,
Club Judge Green ruled that the first to qualify for re-election, The teacher bargaining members waited in vain Tues- first seeing the entire contract tem, is to be accredited.
death sentence is not a viable The three names the school
t'' followed the next week by team'authored "contract' day afternoon at the middle proposal. At Thursday'ssession
June 21-8p.m. alternative in Taylor's case.' Resale Griffis of Lake Butler was presented to the school school for the ,school board Kilpatrick repeatedly board team was to submit
i June22-2:30p.m, Though charged with the murdcr '\ board for the first time could be augmented' by the
who Is engaged in the oper- team to appear."When Inquired of the teacher team if
of three women their Monday night.The board went names of numerous school ad-
ation of a meat market and our session ended the 115-page document constituted -
Hawthorn St.dlumI deaths occurred during the Into executive session for last week document ministrators, including for-
meat processing plant. Griffisis we fully expectedthe bargaining ,
I'I ----- time that the Supreme Court'of married and the father of more than two hours, ending Board Team to arrive whether more sections wouldbe mer Supt. Tom Casey, now.'
;: CITY" PLANNING the U.S. had ruled that the two children. at 1:30: a.m.. Tuesday, to discuss today prepared to negotiate.We added later. Loper replied principal at Hampton Ele-
ModelTo death penalty was invalid, Monday the teachers proposals. consider it a breach of that the document was in Its mentary: Connie Clark
!t Spires!!, who'qualified -
B* Sat UpJun.20 therefore that in the 'event of former BHS principal and
:\ also operates a meat Deputy Supt W.L Kilpatrick, trust that no communicationwas entirety.
j" conviction the death penalty market the IGA Supermarket the school board's chief negotiate -' made.notifying us that no .The June session lasted an former deputy superintendentnow
I ti, At C of C Office .would not- apply"'in Taylor'scase. located in Spires Store.. He is ; sought guidance from bargaining would take place hour more than half of which assigned as a coordinator
.. .' .. the school board how to at Bradford High, or various
married and the father of two on today, stated George Loper, was spent in secret caucuses
: Wulrjr of other school
5' Since the capital penalty ..children.,: proceed with the bargaining.. hiet BEA negotiator, after two by the teacher team andone personnel with
::: ((Community l death is.prohibited by the'Supreme Of the four candidates In the,. -- the abortive Tuesday session.' > by the board team.' The' the required degrees, .;
Court's ruling a six race the two top vote getters .' And At 4 p.nu.,Tuesday bargaining The statement was Included in teacher team finally agreed, Francis and Jockel l are biiLhveteran ;;
Stair Sank, member jury was permitted.At will be the declared winners in session was proposed last a "green sheet" communique after consultation, to turn Bradford County educator ..
a prior hearing Taylor'strial the Tuesday June 24, contest.' Thursday by the teacher bargaining released Tuesday night to over the entire document i. having risen' through
I'J,- 'A..awi..ndaa. was scheduled to begin team. Kilpatrick teachers and school staff. wouldnot the teaching ranks, to S&
.. I The. term will be for two even though Kilpatrick
',:' r.l.r.l" a""a T.s s..s.v."'..- ...... .,on June 23,;'; t.aV Monday's8ee : years..'The mayor Is elected Away! would at no time agree to a Some things in the proposed agree to a specific meeting ministrative job Francis, la'.
.( Page .1.> .' annually by the council.. time limit, after the contract contract! are acceptable, some. time to begin negotiation (See Page .It. 3,II'

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; ;;'" ,:' Luncheon Miss,Thornton Saturday .' I
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.. The l hostesses the"
'\ Miss Landa Thornton was presented
(1. ,. ,< "" ,r'" honored at a bridesmaid honoree with a silver pearl
luncheon Saturday June 7 handled, engraved cake knifeas
Prices given by Mrs. Jerald Baldwin a memento of the occasion,
,! and Mrs. Owen Alvarez at the Mrs Alvarez also gave Miss
1 ," home of the latter.Arrangements Thornton a handmade
of yellow and memory book that contained
..1 0,' white daisies were used pages listing the showers,
On throughout the party; rooms. parties and guests signatures
/ a The T-shaped dining table m a book shaped as weddingbells.
was covered with a linen cloth .
edged with lace and centered
with a handmade ,floral UDC Annual
Such Names As arrangement made from the
materials of the bridal tendam's Luncheon Held
dresses. Down the
length of the tables were several June 4 At KL.
Thomasville-Stanley CilyLaZBoysClayton' Marcus ; peach colored candles in
crystal holders. The W.T. Weeks Chapter;
? Place, cards''' marked the held its annual lunch'
\ :., June,15th! 'Im;\;Pth.r 'Day':.1::'.J ''v seating'arrangement for the eon meeting dnesday Qf'',
4 ..' .., .. 'y r', 13 attending which included last week at the Kingsley Lake,:'
.. S. l' ,' ';fNf'hi't:. ;;i l t 'n l.. 'tt!/ 'tr-Y '11.( L Y A .t/f/ft..Irf.// : Mrs. Vernie Thornton, Mrs. home of Mrs. W.B Mundy:
: t 'T' Clifford Kolstinen, Mrs. Elva with Mrs., Charley Johns as.. ,
Rernernber.Dad'V: tnA-Beautnml Lafc B 'lJ -. 1, McRae and Mrs Carl Thorn- ,co-hobtess. : '.
., .. .. Y. ton, mothers and grand- Preceding the 'lunchena ,"
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Reclina-Rocker ;SALE::!WUCED! ; :FROM. ]L,$jg: oo; ::,f>\" +?,,. > guests mothers Robert were Koistinen.of Miss Mrs.Thornton Linda Out-of-town Frank and sided Mrs meeting.Guy over.Sale a ,short president business,prey' .,"

: and Mrs.Janice Hone of Roseville It was decided the'chaplei'
I Mich. will meet at 3:30 pm. instead},
OVAL BRAIDED LARGE ASSORTMENT Assisting in serving were of 3 p.m. starling with their
Mrs. Elizabeth Stalnaker and fall meeting. Mrs J.W. Kin.
Misses Pam and Priscilla caid and Mrs. C.A, Knight
RUGS 8V4 Feet by 13Y Feet THROW PILLOWS IlAu [, Stalnaker. were the coming appointed year.historians lor

Gail Reddish Mrs. Ruby Johns and Mrs..
Lake Geneva Scene Of
YOUR CHOICE $ QO W11. Nollman were made
ONLY TWO Reg. '99" $4995 VALUES TO '3: 1 Gardner-Lee Wedding Given Going honorary Luncheon members.was served froma

Away ShowerMiss buffet table centered with an
4 piece :TUXEDO : Gloria Jean Lee and Ed- Lee. Mike Dowers served as arrangement of roses and daylilies
"Oak GrainSpanishStyling; ., ; ,. % ward J. Gardner were unitedin best man. Cail Reddish, a miss- The 23 attending sal at
;SOFA TUB' marriage at the home of the A brief reception was heldon ionary to Peru, was compli card tables set up in the living
: 4 1 o 'INTO
BEDROOM SUITE .. ,9, 1 = :.DSA f :O'J' ., bridegroom's parents, Mr. the lawn following the ceremony mented at a miscellaneous room and dining room.
and ]Mrs. Quincy E. Gardnerof shower Wednesday night of
Keystone Heights, on last week following prayer
$ : CHilli > : ,) Monday, May 26.Theceremony Mrs. Williams meeting at the Pine Level BillChelune.lllCelebrates ,
ONLY 199 il.t.t : : $1QQ95 took place on Baptist Church.
._ .',\ 7,.,j aEu ,pREEN'&' ED.VEL'VET.i";. .,: j fa! the waterfront facing Lake Shower HonoreeDolly Miss Reddish returned to 10th
Geneva at 9 a.m., with Peru Friday after a months
Richard L. Murrhee officiate furlough.The Birthday June 7 '
ing. honored at a bridal shower party was held in the
The bride is the daughter of church educational building Bill Chelune, 111,celebrated
June 6
Friday by Judy
Mrs. Rudy Baker and the late given where the refreshment table his tenth birthday Saturday'sJune ;
BAR 2 STOOLSReg. White and Ressie Griffith.
BUTCHER BLOCK WITH William C. Lee of Lakeland, The refreshment table was was covered with a gold cloth'' 7 with a pool party. ,.
Georgia. centered with a bride and edged with lace.Centering the Hot dogs and punch were
Attending her sister as maidof encircled with blue table was an arrangement of served and an attractive cake
'W MOW $1995 Reg. '169" $13995 honor was Miss Barbara satin groom leaves. yellow' roses. The gift table with a circus design decorated<
Dolly Jo Williams and was covered with a white linen by Janet Harris. "'
Altar Society Ressie T.' Dowling were cloth and held an arrange- Guests were Hal Colston;
BROYHILL 4 PIECE' ,BAHAMA married Saturday at 4 p.m. in ment of spring flowers.Approximately .' Harold Skeen Johnny Brown;;;
60 friends Timmy Thornton, Steve-;
.' Making Plans a yard wedding at the home of
: 9.1J Mr. Dowling in Hampton. attended between .the hours Carter, Tommy Crosby, Jeff
BEDROOM SUITE.'Rei.'W LOUNGE.WITHTABLE:: For SummerSt. 8:30: and 9:30: p.m. ,Taylor Todd Denten, Clyd '
Sumner' Jr.; Bill Sanders;
GREEN FINISH WITH ; ; ,' Brant Turner of Valdosta hoc- .c-.c- Craig Sapp,Billy Tyson, Tony'
BLUE' ,QUILTED Edward's Altar Societymet State home for King and Bobby Osteen. Eddie'
College was '
BAMBOO TRIM BEAUTIFUL, $&4915 : ; : : $1.59 on Tuesday evening,June five days between quarters.Mrs. Capt. and Mrs. W.A. Rawls'of Winkler, who was not feeling"
'HARDWARE ,' COVER'' :feg. ;V79f:' ,rWLf 'I'i"'.;. 4, in the parish hall with the end Crystal River were week- i well stopped by to wish Bill aHappy
president, Mrs.John Samons, Don Ray Tilley of guests of Mr. and Mrs. ,, Birthday.

; Special' Purchase, Tel) City, "", presiding.Altar Moore Chairman' Mrs.' ,Tuesday Hollywood with spent her parents Saturday,Mr to John night..Myers'Myers birthday and celebratedMr. ".Saturday" ,,', were Assisting his with sister the,activities.Lyndat
Jimmy announced
Chelune, and
and Mrs. J.G. Jackson. Ricky! '
"I that Mrs. Rudy Chism was
THROW RUGSSoL RGE ROCKERS LARGE taking care of altars during
June. Mrs. Richard Welty and
"HARD ROCK" 'Mrs. Samons volunteered for
$1595 SELECTION ;this duty during July. y We're '
Reg. '29" NOW MAPLE WOOD Mrs. Walter Ramos gave ,
'information on the Arts and

EARLY AMERICAN, ,FRENCH( 4 PIECE _or :'"" :: Crafts September Bazaar being 26 and plannedfor 27 in PIGGIY'n Working .
PIECES AVAiLABlEiN WHiTE downtown Starke. Mrs. :
SOME 4 GOLD Ramos invited members and ,

SOFA PRINT FABRIC BEDROOM Ji SUITE JJfJEElftUITWqOD ; ;' workshops friends to to attend be conductedwith summer Over Time "

. : Mrs. Bob Blakewood and
Reg.X31910 law $24995 : .:FINISHt' : ", .MW;'(:379Trvirwndotra a Mrs.arrangements.Janet Kimutis assistingin 0 0 .,,

Members were encouragedto To
contribute to the bake sale
Saving 4 PIECE THOMASVILLE scheduled for June 15 in the
parish hall.
Mrs. Gladys Weldon invited
ON ODD CHAIRS BEDROOM SUITE parishioners to a parish picnicto Get
be held at her lake home on a ,

HONEY PINE $ June Refreshments 22. were servedby

GOOD SELECTION Reg. '799" NOW 69995SOFA Blakewood.Mrs.Mrs. Joe. Cissy and Mrs. Ready .

90" :/. ;(;' '' :*,REDWOOD' ,': :' :;. -:' ;;t, members. Samons with lists presented of mem For' "

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CHAIR Reg- ,1a99"'" :j PICNIC ,TABLES; "oIf" committees numbers along and with commissionsset lists of
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''society, tailor, Thomas Reunion

9647608Debra Planned For,

Sunday, June 1 15

The William and Louisa
'Wilson Thomas family
reunion will be held at Beulah
r@ Baptist Church on SR-21 in
Clay County on Sunday, June (,
15. JREE14
Beulah Church is located
between Keystone Heights
and Middleburg, six miles r
State north Park.of Goldhead Branch 4' 4 it&\ uh Mower with

All family connections and .
interested friends are cor- purchase of
.dially invited to attend ac- Pee Wee Nursery graduates front row' (I-r)1)! Darin
cording to A.J. Thomas, Williams Bubba Grifiis. Jason Brow Kirby Joe Hildebran,
secretary and treasurer.The Jody Brown Stacey Mosley, Chanda Padgett./( Allison Ivey.
Ann Lewis program will begin at 11 Back row: Chad Reddish Rickle Taylor, Chet Norman Jon- New 1975 \
Michael Pittman a.m. with preaching service than Rowe, Jenny Brow, Dodie !McRae and Jamey Carver. J
followed at 12:45: p.m with &
Wedding June28Miss covered dish luncheon. A', Pee Wee Nursery Graduation June '1 { Cub Cadet.
business session will close the :

Debra Ann Lewis, program. The Pee Wee Nursery had after the program. Assisting
its Mrs\ Gary Hildebran
graduation commence were
daughter of Mrs. I lean Lewis
and the late Reed E. Lewis of Wainwright ment exercises Sunday after- Mrs.\ Wayne Sapp, Mrs. Billy 4
Brooker, and Michael Neil noon', June 1, at the Southsicle Joiner, Mrs. Mike Conner,
Cafeteria Mrs. SIll Smith, Jr., Mrs.
Pittman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elementary Shl
Reunion June 1 15
James Barney Pittman of Stacey Reddish'opened the Smith Sr.Mrs.. Linda Kay
program followed by Kevin Johns Mrs. Etta Faye Thornton -
Lake Butler are announcingtheir
The annual Wainwright Williams Miss
leading the flag Kathy Taylor and
engagement .and approaching reunion will be held June 15 at salute. Dawn Joiner led the Miss Angela Bryant.Mrs. .
Juniper Springs, approximately -
group with the Lord's Prayer.
wedding will be an
23 miles east of
event of June 28 at 7 p,m. in 40. Miss Kathy Taylor, music.
the Church of Christ in Lake Ocala The on Highway and lunch will teacher,and the children sang Lila Rae Yawn and
Buller with meeting songs they learned during the and .
a reception at daughters Mrs. J G Cald-
begin .
following.. year. well were Sunday guests of SAVE
All friends and relatives are Michelle Sexton introduced Mr. and Mrs. Dan Straucer
invited to attend. ., 11,I Rep Frank Williams, who and family at Little Santa Fe
+ l : presented the graduates with Lake. .. ,. UP TO
nursery schoool diplomas.
Robt. Barksdales Refreshments were served (See !I'JRC 5)CELEBRATES )
Honored At Going-

Away'Cokout J9k ITS

i Mr.and Mrs. Robert Barks- SECOND

,dale, who moved to Jackson, Buy the New 1975 Cub Cadet and we'll give you the Mower Attachment FREE
weekend, ;
Tenn. the past were
honored at, a covered dish i
Offer JUNE 30 9 1975
supper cookout last Thursday with your purchase.This expires ,
night at the Olin White's JUNE21.1975Needlework
Crystal Lake cottage.
.Attending",were Mr. and
Mrs. Levon Andrews, Mr. and '

Mrs.Mrs Clifton J.E. Hardy Hazen, Mr.and and Mr.; e .Show, \ ( IJE:! [

and Mrs. Mac'Baldwin f
Mrs.Barksdale was given a J w4 June 1921'ieryone.ls f
' .
going-away!" gift from her ,1lJllLkn

hosts.Ether. \ ToniWhiuA.J 1F'\ Inyjted 1; acw kkAAAA M' ,

Bridal Romero.Given ;.&c+es.- .,\ v; .

Shower SaturdayMiss Wedding July 4 Bring'Your Needlework Entry By FREE!

Esther Romero, whose Mr. and Mrs Lacy Whitt Wednesday, June 18th. Judging
wedding to Don Hardy will be announce the engagement and -- GRASS CATCHER
July 18, was honored with a approaching marriage of their Will Be On June 1 18th. Entries Can
miscellaneous shower.Satur- daughter,Toni) Denese to A.J. with. off>
ofIr.\ and Mrs. f i
day night at the Hurst homeon Boles son Be Viewed On June 1 19th, 20th =
Searing Street. J.A. Boles. f I. _.. 1975
Hostesses for the occasionwere will take And21st.
The wedding place
Mrs. J.T. Prevatt, Mrs. July 4 at 7 p.m. at the Nor- Rldlne. Mower.
Dolph Reddish and Mrs. Carl
tbslde Baptist Church.
Hurst., Prizes Awarded In Knitting,
. During ,the evening two Miss Whitt is a graduate of
bridal games were played by Bradford High School and is a Crewel, Latch Hook, Crocheting,
the guests, and prizes junior at Pikeville college,
awarded to Mrs. Neil Tucker Pikeville Ky. She plans to Needlepoint And Embroidery. Cadet 85 Special
and Mrs. Charles Hardy. continue her education at the
.The refreshment table in the University of Florida in the (Sorry, Crafts Are Not Eligible) with 5-bu. grass catcherWhat
dining room was covered withan
avacada. lace cloth over ,fall.Mr.. Boles is a graduate of a time-saving package when it Is full..The 85 has a
rise linen,' and was centered Gainesville High School and Sweepstake Prize For Best Of Show I we've put together (for you! 28" cutting width an efficient -
with an arrangement'of pink Florida State Universite. He Is The Cadet 85 Special, one of 8-hp engine and adjustable -
spring blossoms.A large bride presently employed by the Enter Your Favorite Piece Of the finest pieces of mowing cutting height of While
doll graced ,one end of the Florida Division of Correctlions. equipment you can own1/:" to 4". Come in and take
buffet / plus a huge 5-bu. capacity advantage of our combina-
,.. The honoree received many NEEDLEWORK grass catcher to keep you tion offer. Ifs the kind of"package"
lovely from the .Invitedguests. the Suppl
gifts .
; going longer between stops. you can expect
' \
?'She was presentedwith Mr.and Mrs. Fred Snell and Everyone Is Welcome The simply attached, 'easily'. from International."the experienced )
kitchen a yellow knife set corsage the and hostesses a family of St. Augustine 'are' cleaned catcher has a clear' gardener.:"
by two weeks KMT '
spending at the KS8CNT! MMDST '
chute to show
as a memento of the Hurst Santa u.: FUMOM plastic you Cad.t' '
occasion.. cottage. on Fe 85 Special Riding
Lake. Mower with Grass Catcher

rMMrs.w. Dobbins Buy the New .1975 International Harvester

Honored At TWO DAYS ONLY Riding Mower and we'll give you A Grass :' ;"
.Stork. Showers at Catcher Free with your purchase... -- -:

$ s.; Io'red' Dobbins was This "
Honored at a baby> shower )I VAN H. PRIEST
given by the Mary-Martha vi"sJi5Horo'
'circle of the First Christian w, Call St. Starke Fri. ft Sat. s f
Church on May 27 at the

church Fellowship Hall :< _' June 13th ,I 14th

,Spring flowers were used Double Knit +
throughout the party room. .vorythino.you' ,, .
+V The refreshment gift and : ovor wanted In lawn.
bunch. tables were covered I 97c. Double $ 88 and gardan. tractor., ,
with white cutwork cloths and : .f ,, 1
V Centered with arrangements : Knit Yd. Rugged Versatility Big Job Dependability From an engine,. .\ 1974 Cub Cadet)
" candles. .
,.0f spring flowers 1 I Reg. '7M, power? Plus about five dozen ,that starts fast even In cold i ? -
ft pla>ed : R ego *2 , lhonorree openedrhe I gifts. I the big jobs done Season service men who keep your Cub '. .
The hostesses presented the : SofaPillows, alter season. Cadet out working year'round.C ,,,. ,' ,(.'Jtractor.\,.' at last
"bosoree( .with an engraved I Durability IH quality proven .,:. : ', year's prices.
,:?.?er baby cup and a corsage I over the test of time. Including '- .
designed in a baby motif.included I: clutch and transmission, proven ........dart ac low a. '.;,
, Out-of-town guests In tests to give 15 years or more ','
+h; irs. Barbara Brown. Mrs.,, service without breakdown*
bobbins mother and her 69 88ccoz. t
Ister, Beverly Brown of Lake Ea. r 1 ',
" $95000

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\. at 138 W.Call l Street a I_ '. .1.
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I' -at Are postage Florida paid. ,. : : 100Th f0i1W rlo. .0nlrWrtecM NRawetw ''f.M'

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la trod*area\".00 Pr'' Larger S.l.cfcian Gifts Pep Dad '., '.: '-\" ,:
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,*, ". 'M .,l"\" ;' ;f'ti ;" { \ '1.1 loJii'U\ ';;'I'f ;j l %" i yarn dolls at their last
:' ,RULES FOR DRAWING meeting in the -city hall
.'a "'m" I" recreation center.If .
', ( .., t '* fteD :,e..s: COi'OR -Re9isteutlnyT.G.&Y.Storeorii"1 anyone is interested\

: V 1r:: ,,}\' !;W$, {:?t} !';"iJ"J.. 'M'\''' 'l\\iff;;;;' l !>>,rf d)','" mail entry to T.G.&Y.TV Sweepstakes learning to crochet any ol
,,, x0r.i; \z,,, 1 J };: "-t;!?* ik,, i'J \\t 9 ttJtr\f1: ; : :' ; ,( ;l :s P.O. Box 25967 Oklahoma the crafts that we 'have-
City.i Okla.I 73125 available, we will enjoy
having join the class.
-No purchase necessary.Need you

IBm: JLrmmm(!) f (EUOQL! n TV'sAll TV's be present will be to awarded.win. Detail There have to is no furnish to charge-you work your with: ownmaterials' One just

SHOPPING listIVaiiabiefromlbov81ddressCENTER member completed a
301 South Starke Fla. u request. beautiful afghan and she had
Will Be Given Away _Must [be 21 years of age or never crocheted the classes.until attending

Open Mon-Wed 9 To 8 Thurs Sat 9 To 9 Sun 12 To 8 older. Games were enjoyed at the
I Winner is liable for all taxes. last meeting of the Senior
$29995 13" Diagonal Screen with SolidOdds of winning depend on numMEN'S Citizens Club with the winners
We Will Be state for instant-on sound and de- ber of entries received. being Lucille Ivey, Lawrence
SHORT SLEEVE b pendability. Automatic color Registration closes on June 30, Cosgrove, Virginia Cosgrovc,
HappyRifund To switch and detent tuning. Regis 1975. Sarah Taylor, and Buck
Your Money VALUE I ter Todayl! Void where ProhibitedComplete details available at all Dennison. Mr. Dennison iilso
II You Art Not I won the door prize. The: next
T.G.&Y. Stores.
Ssti.fled With by Law or Taxed. meeting will be held June 20(

Men's short sleeve dress \ Your Purchase LOCAL SERVICEMAN
shirt in assorted solid pastel ...r Army Pvt. William "T.J."
colors. 65% Polyester, 35% Smith son of Mr. and Mrs
Cotton. Sizes 14%-16& GOLDEN "T" Golden "T" Sylvester F. Smith, is aidingthe
Vietnamese refugees on

ONLY BREEZE BOX FAN EE assigned Guam. as He a is gunner regularly in the

LAWN 1 25th Inf. Div. at Schofield
Barracks, Hawaii.
44 Deluxe 2-speed carry-about fan with 5 plastic =-= = ] f. T.J. will be 18 years old on
$ MOWER blades, plastic safety guard. Deluxe rotary === S., :::: ''Ii June 18 and would like to hear

3 switch and control knob. Heavy duty motor.e! ,"";,.:,, ... _, +: from his friends. His present
address is William
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Bn., 5th Inf.. 1st Bde., 25th Inl.
EACH ii'E.j'; ,g 'JU' Div., c-o Operation New ,l.ile.
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e ..=== them at the Hampton ici'ural; ,
2072 --- Store.

Each ;.*
At the Hampton 1 Kleiiujll.irxPTA : \
meeting held Tueid.ix; ,
evening June 3. in I the school: ,;
lEBCD 202 cafeteria olficers reelected\ ID.
serve a second I term were
22" cutting; blades. 3% .p.Hn President Joe Kiddick. 'i...,
DRESS SLACK start. Has manual 4 position wheels, Warren Sit'\enun
Secretary, :Mrs ':; .1"'
height adjustment, with a "T" Williamson; and TI'l'u..1tl1'l'1lrs. .
shaped handle. Metallic Green. SPIN-CAST Miriam Broxxn. I-
Men's 100% Polyester knit dress
REEL cnnductg1 ,
In business i
slack.Assortedsolldcolors.Assorted .
f this meeting the 1'1'U.... l h>
y %' 4 sizes. The perfect slack for every furnish the sl'huulllh a'Cund:
'' occasion. Buy now while the savings health scale :Mrs. Ijiiih
'' lost! Hiddick delivered I this scale in
the school and it was u.xfU mi
Thursday and l''ridaxjjjj) fur
N- BUY NOW Q r I Fine quality closed-face reel, with 75 measuring and. xxeiufliiiy{ *
j' Each 'yards of 10 lb. monofilament line. many of, the sliuli-nls. ft TinI'TA'wisheS '
AND SAVE! A Good for light to medium freshwater to thank! Chaneiic;I
1ktV fishing. and Marlene ('ampl.'ll..dso.. |'
Carla 1\lt.t'l'l'lol'la-lII! erte;' III|

Folding aluminum frame furniture that's great wV the meeting.young children diirinifcilii t t'I ,.
For pool or patio. Woven web construction. t>s 0 0 Mrs. Carole! Shields.accom : ,
Assorted colors. Buy several to- $ pained her sixth tu'iidrrs
ay tor the entire family) Z-l REEL $2499 3 on a delightful trip to Disiu-
World recently, This( xVa.1'
happy occasion lor the uioiii; |'
600 REEL EACH \lhoI ill be students;
$869 Bradlord Middle St'hllilIII/;
Summer Sepli-mber. They celcln-aicd,, ,

1I (Special! Shop Our Complete Tackle Dept.ilalL' their Elementary last this by at xxearinti'-'ilii-llainii|; "n

lie-dyed shirts they reeenilx
created as an art project

Patio !Mrs t Karselene: Xini
UMBRELLA merman's rl'.ding'la". --
entertained I the student bndx'
with two plays last Thursd.ix
Playing in' "The Robots
6* x 6' Manually operated umMen's were: Sharon Ua s. Larry
brejla with 4" cotton fringe. Stone Terrynll An/iildi.
'V i Solid color exterior, floral Wendy Llovd.lill'k: Jones
interior. Diane; Rhoden. Bryan Cftiik.!
*""*. Doll/ Waters. Robert Till\
CREW Kenny Clark KonineKodriquez
Jt'l1''all fcek: !

.. SOCKS 88 Timmy Bobby Contois Saxon Dannynll.and U I 1.,
.., :' $ 8 $48 Hiddick. ""'ard ,Buns an and
J'\ 170% Hi-Bulk CHAIR. $2488 His Blue 0"I ils well
presented by Jiiiimv
30% NylonSizes 10-13 orlon67 EACH EACH >re, Kim Buhler.! DebhieParmenter.
and .laiiu-s
Assorted PAIRMEN'S Curtis. _
The first second and third
graders enjoyed the party'
given on the last. day of' school.
ZIPPER CHAISE LOUNGE Flanders0LAWN I by their parents and} (teachers.Mrs. .
Margaret Wadsxxorlli.did!
a good job of makinu

BOOTS --.--, N,, Adjustable) folding lounger with vinyl tubing. arrangements lor this party I
Built-in headrest. Steel-plated frame. Assorted GLIDER I
Vinyl Upper PVC Sole _ua aa colors. ObituariesAnn

Sizes 7 To 12 Djit.:_== '
9r. -s. Our Low Price. .. turdy steel tubing frame. Big enough for 2 to enjoy KirklandMrs.
99 khe great outdoors I Weather resistant finish.
$14 ,
; -
{t, Ann Kirkland. :52a ul l
-'OC'Y'f;;;; $1388 602) Pinewood Drive Starke
':.?',;..;i $22 8 8 died Wednesday June 4. altera
rNx=- long illness She was born inWaycross
"'" (#051 Ga. on Sept 6. .J1922!I
and had lived in Starke fon/tiie'
URdU z past 20 years.. j|

Surviving lire her husband.!
A.W Kirkland; two sons.
B/ackaDecAre'* Black&Becker* Black Becker Steve and Honnie L. Kirkland.!.
both of Starke; her mother
714"CIRCULAR 3/8- DRILL !Mrs Susie Hendrix of Way
JIG SAW cross Ga.; one stepdaughter.
I SAW Great general purpose use for !Mrs Bobbie Ann !Kettles
around the home D Jacksonville; three, brothers
Makes straight j and and workshop.
curve!! scroll Herman L. llendrix. lla. ;(l-
cuts in wood metal cr plastic. Double Bevel I end' depth adjustments Well Double balanced and easy to lock hurst. Ga.; Lester.llendl'lx.lIi1iard .
insulation. Recessed
insulated burnout \
protected motor. ; and Dean llendrix
Included is made easily.! Sawdust ejects away ing button prevents accidental Waycross; two sisters, Mj's.%
; Flossie Brown. 'of Waycroes;
and Mrs. Lottie !Mae Undf
: : wood. Anchorage/ Alaska;
and three. grandchildren. U

897..t"I'W'o"dL i ,47..t'I'kon.O i: : 47 1 S !l Funeral services''were. I huM I

7504 7104 ,at H 'a.m.:Saturday! In Ixl ,:tit
Each C. Jones Chapel with lt I v
1 :, Limit 1 Donald Staton offiiiatiHn.
Interment in("ro h\ 1-iKe
Cemetery. '

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June 12. 1175! TKLKKKAIMI; ; l'Ujt4';

I Martha Buckley HonoredAt pcoce youi
Bridal .
ShowersMiss -- Miss Jayne (Hardy of Frederick .J.uksun! win of'
llev. and Mrs. Norman Mrs. R.P. McLendon. is Mrs. Nancy Gunter and Atlanta Ga. Is spending one I\.lr.llnd Mrs. William Jackson
Martha Buckley, June cake Zulauff of Melbourne were Visiting relatives in Knoxville, ,Mrs. Robbie Shaller left Wed- ri JIz/ay7 emesrraW 'and a. half months with her of Klarke Is! named to I the.
21 bride-elect, was honored ala Games with prizes were Sunday), overnight guests of Tcnn. for a month. nesday of last week to visit parents I' 1\11' and Mrs. J.E. Dean's List'' lor I the spring\
bridal shower Saturday enjoyed by the guests betweenthe Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Yeager. their daughter and niece Mrs. --.. Hardy. term at I Flagk-r Collogf in N,
afternoon given by Mrs. W.F. hours 7:30: and 9:30: p.m. Col. and Mrs. J.A. Griffin Carol Hrincke, and family in AIIJ\uoollne.\ !
Moore and Mrs. T.L. Casey, The hostesses presented the Mike and AI Stefanelli Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. C.H. Nas- South Hadley, Mass. Mrs. Drew Harry and Jay Sluclcnls moil! attain Ji :a.a:\
Jr. at the home of the latter on honoree with a slow cooker asa of Jacksonville are spending worthy were guests of Mr. and Shaller returned Wednesdayand Mr. and Mrs. Edward I"". Godwin are attending the L'ni-, grade point average or letter,
Bessent Koad. memento of the occasion, this week with their grandparents Mrs. T.H. Slade at Green Mrs. Gunter is remaining Ripplinger of Starke announcethe versify' of Florida basketball ol' a possible 4.0 lo quality|, lor
The refreshment table was Mr. and Mrs. Henry Turtle Cay in the Bahamas for three weeks. birth of a son John camp at Holies' School this the! Dean's !List ;il Fluglcr. a
,covered with a lace cloth, and Parish Honors Slefanelli.Mr. last week. Graham born June 4 in (the week coeducational liberal arts
centered with an Mr. and Mrs. Marion Har- Alachua General Hospital. college.A \ .
white gladioli arrangementof and Father Cregan and Mrs. Brian Hamil Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr. is a' rington and children of Or- Grandparents( are Rev and Mrs Ethel Simmons of graduate ol Bradford
Mrs. Steve Thomas pompoms and ton and family' spent the patient in Baptist Memorial mond Beach were Sunday Mrs. Hugh Walters of Raiford Richmond Va., Mrs Clara High School Frederick, Is a
Mrs. Bobby Pearson presidedat With Farewell weekend in Monticello with Hospital. visitors of Mr. and Mrs. C.N. and Mrs. Raymon Dix of Lake Swails of Camilla, Ga. and junior majoring in drama ;ilFUiglor.
her Butler. Mrs. 'I'.J.1'hnmas of Valdosta, .
the punch bowl. mother Mrs. W.H. Thomson. Christy.
The two gift tables In the Members of St. Edward's Their son. Bill, remainedwith Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Hazenof -, Ga.- lire spending this week
Florida room were covered Parish and friends honored his grandmother for a Gainesville were last Fri- Mrs. Jim B. Talley returned SP5 and Mrs Robert D. with Mrs. Bertha Pearce '("apt.\ and Mrs. Mickey
with cutwork cloths. Father James Cregan with a week. day visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Saturday after ten days in Creech of Germany announce is I Dansby and daughter Julie,
Mrs. Gary Buckley, motherof covered dish supper and fare- M. F. Ilazen. Alachua General Hospital the birth of a son, Shawn Miss Lou Ann Thomas a of Colorado SI ('010. are
the honoree was the well reception Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Charles where she underwent surgeryon Douglas born May 20.! Mater- patient in Alachua spending two weeks with !their
65 guests invited to among call bet evening June 8, In the parish McQuaig and son, David of Mr. and Mrs. Scotty Gillenof both feel. While there she nal grandmother is Mrs. D.I. Hospital "piirenls, Mr. ami Mrs. R (0.)
ween the hours 3 to 5 p.m. hall. Father Cregan left Tues- Waycross were weekend visi- Lake City were visiting her had as visitors, Mr: and Mrs. I Knight of Starke and paternal Dansby in SUirkc and Mr. and/
The hostesses presented the day for his new assignment as tors of Mr. and Mrs. Mack parents, Mr. and Mrs. Seeber Thomas L. Talley and daugh- grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. James Barron Mrs.Edward Davis in CainesMlle. ; -
honoree with three serving pastor of Sti Mary's Parish Williams. Bennie Williams of Goodman on Sunday.Mr. ters of Pasadena, Texas Mr. Mrs. H.B. Creech. of Fort returned Monday after three .
pieces to her silver Pensacola, after five years at Savannah was Tuesday over- and Mrs. T.L. Talley, Jr. and Myers. weeks visit with relatives in
pattern as St. Edward's in Starke. of his son of Daytona Beach and Mr. Orlando, Port St.\ Lucie,
night guest parents, Mr. (See
memento .of the occasion. and Mrs. R.W. Douvilleof and Page III)
During the reception. and Mrs. Mack Williams.Mr. Orange Park were Sunday and Mrs. J. B. Talley, III of Tampa.
Father Cregan expressed his Gainesville.Mrs. ------ -- --
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Ft.II. "
Miss Martha Buckley was gratitude to the people of the and Mrs: Walter Grider. W.W. Hood has GENERAL REVENUE SHARING PLANNED USE REPORT '6'Gono.ol
complimented at a bridal Starke area for the many Richardson were vacationingat returned from months Revenue Sharing provide, 'federal' fund directly 'lo'lore, ) and state'. government, This .report,ol your guvmnrmnl,a plan n published
shower kindnesses shown to him a visit lo ncouiage cihten participation in determining your government. decision on how the money will be pant Note' Any complnmte ot
Friday night, May 30, SI. Augustine Beach last Mrs Ella Moody Mrs. W.H. with Mr. and Mrs. W.W. Hood, .".,Imln.llo" I" the UN o. 1100. funds may b. sans to
given by Mrs. Robert WhiteheadMrs. during his pastorate here and week. Hart, Mrs. Earl Voyles, Mrs. Jr. and family in Wilmington, .100 011''e. o. Revenue 8".ng. Wash. 0 C 20228 THI. GOV'.NM'NT 0. .. 11"t 1
the the
Melba community as
Williams praised Beverly Woods, Mrs. Lee Dela. The Hoods have moved PLANNED"PNDITUAS ANTICIPATING GENLUL RIV'NUE ..
Mrs.. Rachel Riles friendliest he had ever ex SHANINOWYMINIOF'
Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Russell ICIOPRATINO I _
Brim all and Mrs. Rosa Lee back into their home at Camp IA'CATEaORIES' 'CAPlTAl' 11a
Esther: Carter and Mrs. E.L. perienced. "I 1 have never felt Thomas of Sherman Miss MAINIENANCE. FOR THE IOkT" NIIIUMlNT pau JULY I stub 'H.OUOH JUNE 2U
Brooks attended the funeral of which
Blanding was partially 'Idle PlANS TO SPEND'l.L a FUNDS FOR'HE PURPOSES SHOWN
Norman/at the home ot the so welcome anywhere, he were Saturday to Wednesday Mrs' Huth Boone in Jackson- destroyed by .fire several I ''' "eA"" S S V ACCOUN'NO ".,.sl', ,, .4
latter on Bayless Highway.The said. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Nick ville Wednesday. months ago. 7 xONCIION INVIRONMINIAL, S S .."" .,,. F .,1 I 1')1.) .
refreshment table was Me invited friends to visit Thomas. The Thomases also .. ,' ,111'1; /
7 '" 4..e I 1 h L" h r
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covered with a lace cloth over' him or write to him at his new had as Sunday guests Mr. and .. "ON S. S -Idildtajr" 'i'nn',4ie
yellow and was centered withan address after June 10: St. Mrs. W.G. Seley and son of Now OpenSkating H..H S S .f"1t AL I I' sl '. ': T.'III:,JtF5144ENI ; ;\ '
arrangement of yellow Mary's Catholic Rectory Kissimmee, Mr. and Mrs. area,.nox '.' I P', .1)4l) ,' l'd'". ,'. '
daisies. Yellow daisies also (Brent), 5320() N. Palafox Highway Wesley Thomas and daugh- RinkHwy S S I 1/ '"IM'I! 1 "., l
encircled the bowl and Pensacola 32505. : S pen0Mle
punch ters of Gainesville and Leslie S S ,
Thomas of Live Oak. 100 E. 1 Blk. E. Of Red Light Keystone Heights EOT we':t.J'.t'o.:;:" s s
dNdlLndb.u '
"! '.1" 001'.1'1.''' '' .
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Dampier, Inc., Athletic House

Pages TELEGRAPH June 12,1975 '" In First half Of Women's Softball CompetitionDampier

Inc, and Bret & banged out 16 hits, led by Forsyth with three hits. fifth and sixth innings to score Marian Walmsley led BJ
Pine Air CunninghamTop Jerry's Athletic House find Debbie Hall with a perfect 4- put together four run most of their runs. with three hits while Debra
themselves going the final for-4 performance and Shiela strews in the first, second Bret and Jerry's won a big Gilpin chipped in two hits. BJ
I week of the first half all tied at one Thursday night, June 5, Dampier a total of 12'hits
6-2 in Women's Recreation squeezing 4-3 by co-leader had 12 hits' too
Men's Softball PlayPine League Softball play. Dampier. BJ got on the score- Susan Reddish leading 'with
Both teams have met three board first in the first inning 1- three I hits. Carolyn Reddinghad
times with Bret & 0 on a hit and an error two hits, including the
Air's 3-0 record andCunningham's hits in their losing effort. each for GM and Donald twice. BJ's other Jerry'swinning loss ", The score stood until the home run. Linda Powell had
mark Falcon had a home run in the when Dampier's hits.
2-0 came at the hands of the fourth inning two
Cunningham blasted 22-5 byDodds Hallmark led Brooker it
continue to be the best as the cause. Merchants. BJ was scheduledto Carolyn Reddish slammed a The Merchants stopped
Sunoco in the second three hits GM outhit
Men's Slow-Pitch Softball meet the Merchants solo home run to tie the game Brooker 13-2 in a five inning
league gets well into its game on June 5. Cunningham Brooker 21-10. Tuesday night June 10, while .... 11. BJ came back in the affair under the 10-run rule.
blasted out 22 base hits, including -
second half of play. Dampier took on Brooker.If bottom half of the inning to Brooker banged out 13 hits but
five home runs, two Dodd's beat Smith-Brown the teams remain tied a make it 2-1 on a base hit and base running kept them from
Pounding Methodist Church each by Terry Hardee and 19-7 in the second game would be an error on which Marian scoring more..
29-4 the Green Machine scored Ricky Barnett, and one by Monday night. Dodd's accounted single play-off to game determine the Walmsley scored The BJ lead The Merchants had 14 hits
15 runs on 15 hits, includingfive Gordon Beal. Cunninghamwas for 18 base hits with first necessary half champion.Bret 1I1-t1' went to 3-1 in the fifth as Bev- and were a little more active
home runs in the first led by Hardee, Beal, Don Bagwell and Paul & Jerry's defeated a .' 'I" ; erly Kendall crossed the plate on the bases. Betty Hudson led
inning. In all the Machine Ratliff and Sanford with three Wheeler leading with three much improved Brooker team after two Dampier errors. the Merchants with three has
,tapped.out 26 base hits, including hits each. Brian Johns ledDodd's hits each. Doug Conner, 17-11 last Tuesday, June 3. BJ Dampier then fought backto Standings: BJ 6-2, Dampier
eight home runs, two with two home runs Richard Wainwright, and took advantage of 13 base hits lie the score in the top of the 6-2. Merchants 4-4, Brooker o.()
each by Randall McGee and Uoyd Crawford had two hits and 12 bases on balls. Brookerhad I. M,:; ; : sixth, plating two runs. Bev- 8..
Matt Hull one each by John each for Smith-Brown. 11 hits but only four via : ; erly Kendall led with a single.
Powell. Ed Hazen, Don, Falcon The Machine rolled 17-7 ), She was forced out at secondon ( ua; lltrfii "
the walk, the big difference in ;,; :
and Bill Kelton. over Brooker on Monday Standings: Pine Air 3-0, "' i .:: ; a fielder's choice by Karen '
David Barnett and Hull led night,June 9. Matt Hull, Gary Cunningham 2-0, Brooker 2-1, the Brooker game.started things off in : i\\< ._ Lunn Gail Branson's fly to C;;dsalt'Csr1; : L[ ,: .
GM in hits with four each. Melvin, David Bennett, and Dodd's 1-2, Methodist 0-2, and the first by four : :. left made the second out. But .t"
Methodist managed only six Stan Cotney had three hits Smith-Brown 03.I inning scoring then two straight hits by
runs But BJ came back in the Charlotte Tomllnson took this throw and tagged out and Frances
bottom of the first to plate Loretta Marcliant of Athletic House who was trying to score Debra Coltrane Gilpin scored Karen Lunn
nine runs to take the starch from third. AH won the 17-11, however
game BJ 4-3
Summer Rec. from first base to give Crawford
Program out. Brooker closed the gap in by Neil
I the fourth at 11-8 but that was win.

as close as Brooker could get. First Baptist Madison Street It was brought to my attention -
Action Starts MondayThe Debra Gilpin and Susan Baptist that 11.F. Wiggins.
Blalock led BJ with two hits Wayne Mundorlf, It.F
each. Ann Raulerson had two Tied For'Church League Lead At 4-1 Bryant,and W.T. Smith had a
Starke Recreation camping, and many other year olds and those six years hits for Brooker. private night tournament at
Department's Summer special events. The old who will be going into or Dampier, Inc, went 19-11 First Baptist and Madison Tuesday mght.'June 10, which only loss. Rodman Reservoir a few days.
Playground Program will get playground will be open were in the first grade. over the Independent Mer- Street Baptist were should have broken the tie. In the only action last week ago. ,
under way Monday, June 16, Monday through Friday from Parents should understandthe chants in the second game deadlocked with 4-1 records in In the two team's first Madison Street met and H.F., and Wayne challengedW.T.
according to Recreation 930-11:30: : a.m. and 26 p.m. Tiny Tot program is not a June 3. Dampier hitters had Men's Church League Softball meeting First Baptist handedbut defeated a fired-up Northside and R.F. The entry fee
Director Randall Davis. The summer playground is baby-sitting service and will themselves a real night at the were set to play each other Madison Street Baptist its Baptist team 17-13 on Tuesday for this tourney' was high
will be conducted to boys and girls 7- such, said night, June 3. It was a "
Programs open ages not be conducted as plate,rapping out 26 base hits. "real high.
at the Pratt Street Center and 14 from June 16 through Aug. Recreation Director Randall Carolyn Redding led the at- slugfest Street all the way out as 24 As they shoved off, II.F.
Madison rapped
Reno Recreation Center. 8. Davis. tack with a perfect five-for- Women's Tournament said he would return to (the
Registration for the main The Tiny Tot program, 4-6 five performance. Jan Searle, stroked base hits 18. and Northside landing at 10 p.m., sharp to
playground Pratt Street, year-olds, under the super- The Small Fry Softball Jan Powell, and Karen Powell Each team scored in every collect Now these four Hawg
began Wednesday, June 11. of Mrs. Ginger Davis, program, for the first time, of
vision and Carol Stephens each had Action Set This inning but one. Madison was Hunters are capable takingon
Activities being offered this will be conducted each will be open for both boys and three hits. Each starting WeekendA blanked in the sixth and anybody when.it comes to
summer are tennis, archery, Monday, Wednesday, and girls ages 7-9. This programwill Dampier player had two hits Northside in the fourth. bass fishing.
billiards, table tennis, and Friday" from 9:30-11.30: : p.m. be conducted Monday and at least. Starke and the Sluggers of With the score tied 10-10 ,At 10 p.m. W.T. and K.F.
recreational events suchas is Wednesday afternoons, 2-4 Women's Recreation after three complete innings,
other The designed Merchants the
program Independent ; Lake Butler will open play. At scored were at landing waiting on
softball games, over-night basically for four and five p.m. Slow'-Pitch Softball Tour- Madison Street Baptist H.F. and Wayne. A lew
nament is set this weekend 8:30: p.m. Bret & Jerry's three runs in t the fourth,
take on Gainesville Bank, at the fifth and two in the minutes after 10, W.T. and
beginning Friday night, June 10 p.m. Dampier, Inc. will seventh. Northside scored one R.F. heard a motor hummingin
13, and ending Saturday night meet Worthington. in the fifth, sixth and seventh. the dark then a little light
with games all day Saturday.The The tournament should be Handy Williams and Lamar came in view.
tourney is being interesting as these teams Williams led Madison Street As the boat approached the
sponsored by the Parent- have no tournament Baptist with four hits each. landing they heard H.F. !sav
< Youth Group and the Starke experience previous and will be a first Eddie Blalock, Harold he didn't believe it got this
? Recreation Department. for most of the girls playing, Branden, and Jerry Williamshad dark back in Bradford County
\ Teams from, the local Recreation, Director three hits tor Madison Not much good was said
says .
\ : ''I'' Recreation League and Randal Davis. Street Baptist., "; about H! ;\man thai: 'night.
I ':I;;r'j'I! l"Iull, surrounding area will make The Parents-Youth 'group Perry Nicula' led ''No'rthsideBaptist II.F. dad saa'' hc'vvista-d he had

,.,' ... ,; ,up the tournament. Local "planned the tournament as a with' four hits and not voted to have the Juno
.- ...... V --- league entries are Bret &
to for youth Daryl Milliard had three tournament at night on Rod
Jerry's,Dampier, Inc, and the way activities raise, Davis money said Thanksto safeties. Ricky Norman. man if this was any indication:
Independent Merchants. the donations by local Wayne Teston. Ken Thompson. on how the fishing would btiR
? ., Three teams from the Union merchants many(a list will be in and Jimmy Alvarez each .F, wad standing back *ltd
1GIVE YOURSELF County Recreation Leaguewill next week's issue of the had two hits for Northside saying too much as he figuredhe
participate: The LakeButler Telegraph) the tourney shouldbe Standings as of June 9: KB had been dealt good hand.R .
Providence 4.1, 4-1. MKB 1-4. NSB 1-
Sluggers a financial success, the ) F.. had landed one bass that
..1 THE BONUS and Worthmgton Gainesville director says. 4? weighed about four pound
Bank of Gainesville roundsout
After hearing all the cord-
"A few of our local men
the seven team tour- plaints. R.f. figured he had'a
have volunteered to umpireand
e YOU DESERVE nament. will. be held at that should cut the cost BUARCMeeting slim chance to walk away with'
The tourney the cash:
NEXT PAYDAY. the Pratt Street Playground in even Admission more is free says.to all the Set TonightA After they got through low

.. Starke with three games games. Spectators are askedto rating Rodman they began
scheduled Friday night
talking about who caught
i not bring alcoholic
beginning at 7 p.m. the membership meeting of what R.F. walked away
I beverages. Bradford-Union Associa-
i. Independent Merchants of smiling like a mule eating
Open a new payday, savings tion for Retarded Citizens,
briars he took first
as place
Inc. is
account little'M tonight (Thursday, with the four bass, and
to pound
put away a t 1 June 12)) at 7:30: p.m. in the '
school administration took the cash, too.
from for .l 1 build- This called Rodman
money your paycheck From ing according to Mrs. Kessie place
Griffith. can get the best of anyone.at
that special occasion. We pay any given time. -

the highest interest rates All members and Perk up, fellow, it could
f on new members -
', have been worse; you could
: insured savings thus that have joined during have run into a log, or stump.
helping 'Jackson'sCenter the membership drive or any- or maybe broke a prop.

r- your money to earn you a little" one invited interested to attend,in Mrs.joining Griffith is Maybe the June 20th night
tournament on Rodman will
S ', more money. Don't you think says turn out better for those four

you deserve it? The drawing for the Necchi BassmaslersRodman is. a rough hole to

sewing machine the associa- fish in the daytime so you can

; held tion is giving away will also be imagine what it would be. at.
tonight. night.

m* STARKE FLA. KEYSTONE HGTS.N. Summer is here, we are
awful hot
CHERRY ST. HWY 100 ft: 21
I'm sure those big
964-6O7S 301 Hawgs are lurking in the deep
water at night as well as dur-
i 1 ing the day.Bream '
** are still hitting the
3 0\ 86.1.'f.S DRIVE- Meeps Spinnger in the .'St.
I'ac Johns River.
..) "'Or
l. Frl & Sat Wishes
Guaranty Federal .., ,? l 9SS Neil 1 CrawfordA
( .. t Al
"L secretary commented on
1 an older guy who had been

and Loan Assoc. trying to date her: "I could'go
J Savings .. ;This Week's M * for somebody like him .
but not as much like him as.

Starke: 395 W. Madison 964-5000 he-Will is." fonts In Mln.'"'

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Mike Jackson's No-Hitter ;Pushes 4 Sentenced, 1 Trial Set For July 21 I ISTAKKE I

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kt' Of five cases pulating that it would run con- be in addition to the one now
Elks Lodge; 6-3 Over AH Baseballers 1 lt ) scheduled for disposition currently with the 18 months being served.In .

Monday, June 9, in Bradford remaining on his present sentence the arraignment portion

,Mike Jackson made a mark Lodge is on top of the league mondson on the mound, and County Circuit Court, four of the day's calendar five
for himself this year as he with a 3-0 record. Athletic House beat Discount defendants were sentenced by The guilty plea of Eulie cases were scheduled lor the
pitched no-hit baseball to push Chamber of Commerce 12-9 in a game that saw Circuit Judge It.A. Green, Jr. Hex ford Ussery was rejected week beginning July 21 and
Elks Lodge 6-3 over Athletic handed Southern Discount its Discount's Mike Griffis slam and a guilty plea was with- by the court on charges of fourteen for the week beginning

House Monday, June 9, in fifth straight loss in a 12-3 in the league's first home run drawn in one case and trial escape and larceny of a motor August 11.
Dixie Youth baseball. the second Monday over the centerfield fence. scheduled for July 21. vehicle. Trial date of July 21 Arrest orders were Issued
Jackson was just wild night behind the game one hit pitching Phillip Sawyer was the Two defendants received was set in Ussery's case. for two defendants who failed
enough to throw off AH's of Kenny Griffis. winning pitcher for All. Nfha. tS' Is identical sentences of six John C, Hitch 3(1( of Gainesville ; to appear in court. They W'I.t'Lel'oy
sluggers, Both teams walked Griffis had a no-hitter going Chamber of Commerce i' months in the county jail and pleaded no contest to unlawful McBride, charged with
seven batters but Elks Lodge until the last inning when stuck it to Guaranty Federal two years probation after possession with intentto grand larceny and Claude
had six base hits and this was Terry Holt slammed a doubleto 18.10 behind seven hits and a r kt serving the sentence and a sell or deliver u controlled Kenneth Kinsler charged with
the difference, according to score two runs. Kenny whopping 18 walks. John $500 fine payable within one substance and a charge of receiving stolen properly
Recreation Director Randal Griffis led his team at the Powell was the winning pit' year from the date of sen unlawful delivery of a controlled '
cher. tence. The defendants were ( substance against him
Davis. plate with two hits. C of C
AH's defense kept the score outhit Discount 61. Standings: Elks Lodge 3-0, Aaron II. Holley, Jr., 18, of was dismissed Judge Green
from being more. Mike Elks Lodge blasted 'Cof C 2-1, Athletic (House 1-2 Starke who pled guilty to will set a disposition date oCHilch's
Jackson also led his team at Discount 15-3 with Hick Ed- GF 1-1. S, Discount 0-3. unlawful possession and unlawful case after reviewingthe
of controlled pre-sentence investigation.
delivery .
the with two hits. The
y At substance. Norman C. Rod
Seniors Offered mon, 24, of Gainesville pled Michael Lambert, who was -- -=;

Tennis Camp To guilty to introducing contra- first sentenced to one year for
I Bus ServiceTo band into slate prison. unlawful possession of a controlled -.=-
t :i*. James Kizer, 25, of Lake substance,had his sentence -
Offer InstructionA City, was sentenced to three reduced to only 30 days,
GainesvilleThe '-5 M z years probation on a charge of due to extenuating circum- A.k

four week tennis camp No evening sessions are grand larceny involving the stances in his case
will be sponsored by Grover open now, but if enough interest Committee For Senior 1+ r7 theft of a chain saw from Roy Ralph Knox Yates, 29\ of Charley
and Melba Howard this July 7 is shown one will be Service of Keystone Ileights Elixson.: Judge Green Jacksonville, was sentenced
through August 1 at the Starke r that restitution of to three more years for aggra-
opened, Mrs. Howard says. agreed to incorporate as a i ,,6vt stipulated E.Johns.
Golf and Country Club. non-profit organization in a value would be made as deter- vated assault. The sentence to
Classes will be offered for special meeting held recently mined by the Probation and
Classes will be limited to 12
all ages according to Mr.s.Howard.
following the advice of Attorney Parole Commission.
.. The schedule will persons each Mrs. Howard Protect Your
the Myron C. Prevatt, Ruben Lee Thomas 26. of
be: states, so sooner applicants wr1
; Monday and Wednesday: 5- apply, the better guest speaker. Starke was fined $250 and
,8'years of age, 9-10 a.m.; 9.13 chance they have of getting in. Prevail pointed out that $ >+. placed on probation for one Home During bout This Question:
individual volunteers would year on a charge resisting
years: 10-11
age a.m.
enjoy better if the arrest with violence. Vacation Time
and I protection;
Tuesday Thursday 14-
Arthur Thomas 19, of llawithorne "A Milwaukee banker and
organization is incorporated,
19 years of of age and, 9-10 a.m.; 20 and in addition contributions who had entered a It's vacation time and many political leader was sued

years. age over, 10-11 N. C. EscapeeArrested made would then be tax plea of guilty to aggravated families will be away from for $200.000 in a libel
a.m.A deductible. k- assault on May 12, withdrewhis their homes for several days.
tournament game day action.: The jury awarded
is scheduled each Friday, Here Prevatt offered to handlethe plea to the charge and will Because homes are so
starting with the older legal work as a contribution be tried by jury on July 21 vulnerable during this time $275,000. Does this pointup
group to the In the change 01'pleas portion possible precaution the need for excess or
organization. every
first 20 of and .
: MissMiss
years age up from Junior
STARKE escapee of the day's docket: made byhomeowners
8-9 a.m.; 5-8 years of age, 9-10 of Corrections in William L. Reynolds Jr., of should be umbrella liability in-
the Division Hubert Powell of Slarke.charg4.'d to protect
a.m.; 9-13 years of age, 10.11 North Carolina was appre- Keystone Insurance Company Vicki Carver, II, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.! J. T. surance for business and
a.m., and 14-19 years of. age, 11 l .also present for the winner of Junior with aggravated against theft and vandalism. .. ?"
until hended Sunday, June 7, by assured those Carver, 1211 Johns Drive, Starke, was the assault was allowed to plead Bowen Starke Chief of 'ofesbional people
a.m. noon. Jimmy
Bowen. Miss lii-Centennial> Pageant May 29!) at the Gainesville -
Mr.and Mrs. Howard will Police .Chief Jimmy present that incorporating the Mall. guilty to reckless display of a Police, encourages the E.
firearm. Powell was sentenced of the community lo Charley
instruct all classes. Deadlineto organization would place the citizens
Ronald a white male As winner of the 11-13 age group Vickl is eligible to competein to 30 days in the county
register is June 28. To Byers group in a better insurable consider the following tips
the statewide Princess Pageant In Orlando this July 31.:
register Phone 964-8184 or escapee, was the position.. jail and placed on probation before leaving on vacation. JOHNS AGENCY
apply at 1314 Searing Street, county jail following his Officers were selected to She just needs a Starke merchant to sponsor her tor one year, with the addi- -Make! arrangements for
Starke. Registration fee is $15 arrest. He is being held for the structure tional 'stipulation from the 'someone to pick up your mailor 131 SO. WALNUT ST.
for country club members and North Carolina authorities. supply for the necessary new corporation.Those Where Do I Fish? court that he abstain from the have the Post Of lice hold it PHONE 9B4-5O7O!
$20 for non-members. A use of alcohol during the probationary till return.
family with two children and Assisting Chief Bowen in appointed were Hilda TALLAHASSEE Water, multitude of fishing opportunities period. Serving the you
members of the club White president; Betty .
country Police available.To jail sentence on an interruptedbasis
the arrest were
making but whereto
'can register for $25. Non- Mordente, vice-president; water everywhere, aid anglers the Commis- at the discretion ol the
and J.L.
member families will be Officers M.L., Sibley Fern Garber, treasurer; and fish? sion has prepared a series of shurilf was permitted by the J & J ContractorsCement
Howard. The of where to fish
charged $30. Evelyn Haney, recording brochures on where to go fish court.
in .Florida. is perhaps one of
secretary ing in Florida. There are five Hobby Buttes charged with
asked the
the most frequently of them, for the Panhandle escape Irom the Florida State And Masonry
UC Summer-Recreation Game and l Fresh Water Fish region Northeast l Florida, Prison had an additional nine
Commission. In a state where 'Central Florida South Florida months added to the sentencehe All! Work Guaranteed
I. fishing is famous newcomersand and the Everglades. is now serving.
home folks alike are often Each brochure lists t the Nelson; llayward pled guilty
Program Begins Monday perplexed when faced with the Free I No
fresh waters available to the lo possession of a firearm by a
angler by county. Data on convicted/ felon and a charge I
June 16 marks the beginning Parks and Recreation SUPERVISION will be con- 350 Expected To ramps and launch sites as wellas ol buying, receiving or aiding I
',bf the summer recreation Department.The ducted Worthington Springs a listing of accomodat ions in the concealment of( stolen Estimate Obligation
I program planned and program will last until city park and Lake Butler Participate CURB and services are included. The property was dismissed
supervised J : by Union County August 8. PLAYGROUND Middle School playground latter provides information on against him. Judge Green
everyday Monday through boat rentals bait and tackle seme-need llayward 10. tin 473-2000 '.
Friday for eight weeks. Bill Summer Feeding,. shops,, cabins and campsites additional term of four years

Hi; Wheu Thomas will be in charge. at '' !which are on or near fishing -uiicl.six. months. in prison, stirs o -..',;: If '
Rolling 1 itecreation '- )
Mill : s Worthington Springs\ from' 3-6 'rogranlApproximately [waters in the area. v* 1.1
''p.m. Vernon Turner will be in Selected areas are listed
charge at Lake Buller Middle 350 young ''with a brief description of the
School playground from 9 people are expected to participate i waters and locale and what
a.m. until noon and 2-5 p.m. in a special Summer species of fish I is generally I
AnTS AND CRAFTS will be Feeding Program to be found in that water.
offered once a week at each operated by CUBB Economic The brochure can't guarantee DELUX BATHS 1
playground under the Agency in Bradford and Clay a Ihserman a limit
supervision of Bobbie Wike. counties this summer, it was !string but can steer him in the
The HIGH SCHOOL GYM announced this week. right direction. Some of the i CUSTOM BUILT HOMESby
-1t' will also be opened on Funded through the U.S. best intormalion on what's F I
Tuesday nights from 8-10 p.m. Department of Agriculture, biting can be obtained from '
'\ 'l'ell for basketball. the program begins June 16 the people in the area who fish
Free TENNIS LESSONS for and will continue through the waters frequently. Diet
adults will be offered on August 31. Lunch will be Copies of the brochures may Pe.nini
Monday and Wednesday served to young people up to be obtained from the regional I--! !
nights from 7-8 p.m. at the 20 years of age participatingin offices of the Commission 496.2185
high school tennis courts. a supervised recreational located in Panama City, Lake -
Frank Yanossy will be the program in Clay Hill Middle- City, Ocala, West Palm: .- --- -
,' .". -:'.<. instructor. Call i I 496-2751 to burg Green Cove Springs and Beach, and Lakeland.

y. sign up. Bradford County.
Free BATON TWIRLING Persons wishing to obtain
instruction will be held on. further information regardingthis
Saturday mornings from 9-11 program may call from 8
a.m. for six weeks starting a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday
Estle Morrow and his new No. 18 took third spot In the June 14. Melanie Hale will be through Friday as follows:

Hobby Feature Saturday night. 'the Instructor, Girls between Clay Hill and Green Cove TURNYOURPIGSTYINTO

Wilson finishedin the ages of 6 and 14 years may Springs, 284-5131; Middle-
and No. 97 Joe
The "Voodoo Sticks" were Bradford
8th sign up by calling 4962751. burg, 282-5955;
turning Saturday night and we spot. Free SWIMMING County, 9 -5689.
Model feature it
In the Late
saw some great races at the LESSONS will be offered for
Lake Speedway.In was again no. 68 Harvey Jonesin and
City No 45 Oral children ages 4 years up
the Late Model Heats it first spot. at Lake Butler city park. FOR SALE: Electric Pencil
for 7th place.In
was No. 45 Oral Tanner, all Tanner was Feature Lessons will be taught sharpeners, 3 different styles
the way after holding off No. the Sportsman's ''everyday Monday through in stock handy for home or
183.Great driving Oral. In the it was again No. 68 Harvey Friday for six weeks from 9-11 office.

second heat it was No. 68 Jones. Thought there for a.m. Janice and Jean Holmes FOR SALE: Medium point Office
but No.
awhile No.83 had him
Harvey Jones again this week. wilt be the instructors., Shop pens, 19 cents each,
and out to
83 got hit spun
Saw Rance Phillips driving $1.80 per dozen. When
another new car, No. 3D. Jones have it all buying 6 doz, each dozen
Rance Is changing cars so In the Hobby Feature we A house painter has this costs$1.66. Buy 12 dozen and I
often here lately we never were all glad to see Estle in advice stenciled on his the price per dozen Is $1.50. ::1 ASHOAT
know. what he will drive next. his new car turn it on and fin- truck: "Love Thy Neighbor, Buy our pens and save.-The
In the Sportsman's Heat it ish in 3rd spot.. No..39 Wayne Paint Thy HouseContributed ." Office Shop, 135 W. Call St., ''f.'. !
No. 21 Sputher Regan Alldrich came on strong to fin- ,I
was by Ralph Starke Fla. 32091 Phone .
taking first spot. No. 68 ish fourth with No. 74 in for Postfgtione 964-6305.
Harvey Jones was in for sixth. Finally breaking his -
another win in the second bad luck streak No. 97 Joe

heat.The Hobby. Heats found No. Wilson No. 3 Roger came on Elixson to finish came ninth.in Starkr PaintC.nt.r PLACE. I IIf

.39 Wayne AHdrich finishing seventh. Sorry. Roger, your

third. No. 77 Jr. Estes was car looked different this, : : ; : :.., .
coming on when he lost a week I didn't even know it was \

wheel and was hit by No. 28. you.No.

That steeple car chaser.jumped No Jr.one like was a dropped. Clrcle-3 a valve and A.C.didn't Morrow run, 441 W. Madison St 964-8181 you raise livestock, there's only And that's bringing home a lot.

hurt thank goodness!, Saturday.No. do it nowadays. of bacon.
one way to
74, Goober Carver is
In the second heat No. 18 i CLEAN UPQuality whole with the So if into raising hogs or
Estle Morrow, in his new car, still first in the over all points You've gotta go hog :you're

placed fourth. Maybe its that standing.Goober, and Hang in there those most efficient farrowing, feeding, and beef and looking for ways to do it better,

new red bumper, Eslle. No.fifth 74 Wheels Rollin. Keep. finishing facilities you can. It pays. talk to a Gold Kist farm hand through
Ooober Garver placed
Consider the results of a your Farmers Mutual Exchange. ,

.. custom-designed system we put in for one He can help you with ideas and

J' LADIES MEN'S CHILDREN LEVI '5 'pork producer. systems that can help you do a more '
With his new farrowing house, productive job. ?

jj ,Largest Selection and Site Range in South Paint oat ,, weaned live pigs increased 15%. No charge for the talking,but it

TOOTS: Tony Lama Justin Frye. Texas Dingo. Acme. end .. I His finishing and flush facility cut could turn your pigsty into a pork .

..* Larry AtahanSHIRTSPanhandle Reduced Price .Mfg and labor costs for feeding and cleaning by 80%. palace and fatter profits. .. .. .'- .. .
: Slim Karman.Larry Mahan.Hang Ten,, By permitting earlier weaning and Gold Kist. '\ ''I ,
Levl. Roper '
HATS: Stetson American and Resistol Tested Locally ._ ,rebreeding his nursery.increased. sow Wi Good things for the farm: :,
HORSE teddies.Halters. Rita. Blankets. Bridles' ,'Grooming I \ t a't,{... ."' .. : :!
'j. i ,f .production 25%. \* and from the farm,; \1.r t, ,. : ,1

." ..-.I Cr WALLPAPER-SALES: & !' And in total hogs and dollars he, "J.,' ,' '...' ;.,"..... 'fi: ';. .
MUtter. .- Charge.and BenkAmericard Welcomed ; ;,lq>? ,went from 600 hogs and $48,000 in sales a J\ ., i< ';,...'..... ',' ., ; !. M-":!
": tC littlt felt Stan SUNTEC INSTALLATION ? "' : : 't.' 011 t
: k Wtsttra ; year to 3,500 hogs and a volume ofp :
; .. '.._.,' .. ,J, f-....... .! '" ,, .t .'
f 'PRIIITi c", 'All ; Of Pint _$240,000. ".-. .: { ; J j '
oJ"'" :.e'
Florida 3$41210'Monday \ fiytaauri: rrro.n '. .\ "tii-1\ ".. I
aPiiitSippleseJvCet'I '' :. ji "
r.Ao.fvI.l't.: .! \j(' .. .Thru! Friday: .9 AM. TII',8 P.MyT fsi*" f r' !/ l LK:WEST OF GUARANTY FEDERAL:,":...>1" a '.'))1,:>"eee" ,' .r 't..' ,....i$(*. --- .?J..1.1 j'r I -i-......
1 J:; "b e ..T/ai'.J: ,I"" ""
.,.1'j:1;.,.,. Saturday;. A.M'Tyj g.M.jati/ ,

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TELEGRAPH June 12.1975f

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CHURCH ACTIVITIES Clellan and sons, Daren and Mrs. C. K.- Cowan of Mrs. Paul Dinkins, of St. Macclenny, spent a week with combs, and her family in
Church of God: Sunday Paul, of Vidalia, Ga., were Jacksonville, spent Sunday by Elizabeth Terry Augustine, was a Sunday her brother-in-law and sister, I Galax Va.
School 10 a.m. Worship Services Saturday overnight guests of with her parents Mr. and dinner guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Seeb Harris.
11 a.m. and 7 p.m. YPE their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. J. F. Robertson.Mrs. overnight guest of Miss Mr. and Mrs. Randy Blom Mr. and Mrs. Carl Carter. .Lynn Boch spent his Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Rivers
Wednesday, 7:30: p.m. Les McClellan. They left Mae Wells returned Martha Smith. They and attended Baccalaureate Mrs. Floy Bennett, of vacation with Miss Karen and daughter, Carol, of Union
Faith Baptist Church;: Sunday afternoon: for Disney home Sunday after spending a Misses Sandra Dobbs, April Services on Sunday night and 'Springs, Ala., and Mrs. Onie
Radio Program over WPXE World and will stay until month with her son and Stephens to the, and Toy Bollingerwent Graduation Exercises Fridayfor Delinquent Tax Interest Thornton, of Auburndale,
Starke 8 a.m. Sunday. Bible Tuesday. daughter-in-law,Mr.and Mrs. Baptist Church of their brother Kevin Blom were Saturday overnight
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Jones of Ernest Wells, and sons, of Lake church Butler to sing for a at Union County High School, Rates Now 9 Percent guests of their sister, Mrs.
vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Columbia S.C., spent Huntsville, Ala. banquet Saturdaynight. Lake Butler. Pierce Crews. Sunday guests
Prayer Meeting Wednesday Thursday and Friday with Friends of Angela Boyette were her son, W. S. Crews,
7:30: p.m. Bible Study. their mother, Mrs. Flossie regret to learn that she is a NewStrickersNotReady Jacksonville The interestrate from the due date of the and grandaughter, Stacey
A.E. Massey attended and Rosier. patient in Bradford County for taxpayers who are return's receipt by the IRS, Dixon, of Jacksonville. All of
took part in a Bible Confer- Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Swindelland Hospital, Starke. We are delinquent in paying Federaltax whichever is later, DeWitt them attended the Rivers
ence at New Testament Baptist sons, of Jacksonville, happy to report that she is For License Tags bills,or have been granted explained. Reunion in Graham on Sun-
Church, Bristol, Tenn., on were Saturday evening dinner improving.Mrs. extensions of time to file, will In addition to hiking the I
Memorial Day Weekend, guests of their mother Mrs. B. L. Wilkison, Sr. Validation stickers that year. Another sticker will be jump to 9 per cent beginning interest rate to 9 percent, the day.Mrs.
preaching at Faith Missionary Edith Swinney. Other guests attended Homecoming at automobile and truck owners purchased next year. A totalof July, Charles O. DeWitt, law provides for increasing or Harold Eunice was a
Baptist Church at Hollywoodon were Mr.and Mrs. C. A. North Calvary Baptist Church will begin buying July 1 have 7.1 million stickers were District Director for Florida decreasing the rate, in line ':Saturday overnight guest of
June 1. He supplied for the and family, also of Starke, with her son ana: already been manufacturedand printed this year. said today.He with the prime interest rate her son and daughter-in-law
pastor there who had to be Jacksonville. daughter-in-law Mr.and Mrs. delivered to all county tax The stickers were manufac- said that the higher commercial banks charge Mr. and Mrs. Phil Eunice of
away due to a death in the Friends of Mrs. Rossie Donald Wilkison on Sunday. collectors, according to the tured at Apalachee Correc- interest rate will be chargedon their largest customers. Graham.
family.Elder. Reddish regret to learn that Mrs. Judy Baxley and Florida Division of Correc- tional Institution Sneads, in all overdue taxes on July 1, The IRS official pointed out
E.W. Hall, of Long- she returned to Memorial children and her mother Mrs. tions. Northwest Florida. as a result of legislation that there has been no changein Mrs. Pierce Crews and Mrs.
wood,conducted services both Hospital, Jacksonville, Clifford Taylor, of Mid- License plates are still enacted on January 3, 1975. the law setting the penalty 'Onie Thornton visited their
Sundays while Pastor A.E., Sunday morning. Our prayersare dleburg, were Saturday Thestickers will be pur- made at Union Correctional The present rate is 6 per cent for late payment. The penalty sister, Mrs. D. L. Shaw, and
Massey was absent from his with her. dinner guests of her son and chased this year instead of Institution, Raiford, but few for most taxes. remains one half of one the Outlaw family of LaCrosseon
pulpit Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mc- daughter-in-law,Mr.and Mrs. license plates. They come are needed in years in which The government,which now percent of the unpaid tax for Thursday.
Grace United Methodist Clellan and Jeff, of Starke, Eugene Taylor and girls. individually sealed in plastic motorists buy stickers. New pays 6 per cent interest on each month or part of a month
Church: Sunday School 9:45: and Mr. and Mrs Les Mc- Mrs. Mildred French, of envelopes on which are license plates are stil! neededfor overpayments by taxpayers the tax remains unpaid, to a Mr. and Mrs. Waldo
a.m. Worship Services, 11 Clellan attended Graduation Jacksonville, spent a week printed instructions on how new auto owners in Florida will also pay 9 per cent Interest maximum of 25 per cent of the Pringle, of Worthington
a.m. and 7:30: p.m. United Exercises honoring their with Mr. and Mrs. Donald and where to attach them to and for those who trade cars starting July 1. In- unpaid amount. Penalties Springs, were Tuesday dinner
Methodist Fellowship 6:3C: granddaughter Miss Vicki Wilkison. the license plate. and find they need a different terest becomes payable if an may be imposed on top of of their sister Mrs.
p.m. Choir Practice 7:30: p.m. Reddish, at Union County Miss Berta Stoudenmire, of The sticker will make the type of license plate for their overpayment is refunded to a interest charged for late tax Pierce guests Crews.
Wednesday.The High School in Lake Butler Jacksonville, was a Saturday! license plate valid for another new vehicle. taxpayer more than 45 days payment.
New Pastor Rev. last Friday night. '.- '
--- -
James Hall, will be the
speaker on June 15. He, his
wife and three children will e
move into the parsonage Wed-
nesday, June 11. S. DID' DA .
Baptist Church:
Sunday School 9:45: a.m.
Worship Services 11 a.m. and .
7 p.m. Prayer Meeting Wed-
nesday 7pm.Northslde .
:' Baptist Church:
Sunday School 9:45: a.m.

7:30 Worship: p.m.Services Prayer, 11 a.m.Meeting and BARBASOL BRUT 33 GILLETTE SEA &

Wednesday 7:30: pm.PERSONALS. .
Barbasu i <

Aguair, of Jacksonville CREAM
visited their brother and sis-
ter-m-law, Mr. and Mrs. Truman 11 OZ. REG. AND SUNTAN i

evening.Mr.. and. Mrs. John Tye, Sr. I Refreshing splash-on lotion from Five LOTIONTRAC I
were Sunday dinner guests of Faberga.The 7 ounce bottle. Limit 1
their son-in-law and daughter,

and and Mr.son and Mrs.of Mrs.John South Tommy Tye Daytona., Jr.Talley and Mr. BRUT33S0APUmh' n 2oz. i

family met them there. LIMIT ;
Friends of Earl Phillips are 139 TM Ga 79J', ONE 69'] 1 1r
interested to learn that he and I
;' \ t
Miss Linda Sellers of Starke ;.::.. Two Bar Pack.
: .
went to Folkston, Ga. andwere ,.. :.:. 3.2S iI i if"
married there in the I tach. REG. I
courthouse on Monday. They '. wrapped 93c
were accompanied by his 9. 2 Bart. ..
brother Byron who was his

best Phillips man, of, Starke and Miss, who Beth was ".;? .....-.,. ,. ......-.."..."''-,,,>1-; i __ ... .

Maid of Honor. Their father,
Leslie Phillips also went with '= 14"X14"HIBACHI, 24"X60"METAL
them. They had a reception at MEM'SSPORT i za
the home of his mother Mrs. FOLDING '
Joann Small in Jacksonville. % .riA. "
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Spearman AIM TOOTH- DROP LEAF &

of Jacksonville, visited I 1 WITH LEGS TABLElO8"
Miss Arthunne Blanchard on
Monday.Mrs. REG 1499IT
B.L. Wilkison, Jr. and WITH' WOODEN <

granddaughter, Tiffany King, ? HANDLES .
i -
of Jacksonville, visited Miss \ ter REG. 14.88 SHIRTS 1EaLi/
Elizabeth Terry last Wednes- i 7PASTE
day afternoon.Mrs. ,0. SHORT SLEEVE
Jean Biles and daughter 19\, CUT WHITE AND PASTEL
Marie, of Hialeah, came ;(II s 8 8 REG 3 99MEN'S'
for a visit with her brotherinlaw \ -
and sister Mr. and Mrs. SELF PROPELLED
Barry Watts and Barry Lee. s /
Mrs. Biles and daughter and
Mrs. Barry Watts and Barry GREEN APPLE, MOWER "
Lee left Saturday to go to STYLE TANGY ORANGE.
Beckley W. Va., where they F R 4I
will attend a family reunion. ELECTRIC REG.
3.5 H. P. Briggs& Stratton 4-cycle motor.
They plan to stay until after I 2" 'Adjustable cutting height from 1V4" to
Father's Day. BAR*B'Q
J.C. Prevatt, Jr., of Gaines- A44
ville, visited his parents, Mr. LIGHTER ,
and Mrs. Carl Prevatt, Sr., on 59 15 OZ. REG. 89c BELTS .
Monday.Mrs. LIMIT ONE 99
Horace Cox of Waldo, 5/. X 50 FOOT Fashioned In the
spent Tuesday and Thursdaywith the' newest styles
Dinkins.her mother Mrs. P.L. GARDENHOSE 288 end fUg.: color 3.99*.3042.

Miss Arthunne Blanchardand
Mrs. Hermie Kelly visited REG.
Mr. Kelly in Memorial
Hospital Jacksonville, on Finest quality 124.99

I Tuesday.Miss Elizabeth Terry and E EXCEDRINtxcahl 399OSCUIATIM6 vinyl Light g. 5.99 2-ply.weight.R : MEN'S TIES ,

Miss Arthurine Blanchard
visited her sister, Miss Enza 100 TABLETS 8'00( .%. Polyester.designs
,Blanchard. and Mrs. Thelma [ 18 colon.Reg. .
'Nursing last Thursday Home afternoon.at Macclenny 1 PAINRELIEVER-UMITONE I GAS POWER

Hermie Kelly returned
home from Memorial "'""'""t LAWN EDGE
"+. is t "" 26DD9q. Ft.
'Hospital, Jacksonville DRESS SOCKS
after 597 Adjustabledial. J ",
isince/saturday Sunday afternoon.being there R...7M4 \7 rJJ 2.Hf.Briggs& Stratton motor.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Nor- C MEN'S NYLON
MODEL #69 chore.. 58
iman. of Jacksonville, were !/ DRESS SOCKS.
Saturday dinner guests of EPSOM SALTS B .. REG. 99.97 REG. 89c
,their parents, Mr. and Mrs. LOPPINO SHEARS B
Leonard Norman, and their
:brother and sisler-m-law, Mr. 4-Pound box of Magnesium 21-inch,with:long FUTURO ELASTIC ,1'1Cfor
.and Mrs. Carl Norman and EPSOM, Sutfate. Fast acting I relief handle. For cutting'" ,
,sons. SALT so many u_. Limit 299 trMbrancMs.Slip. l888' MEN'S SOCKS, r "
Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs, ...Pleat. t proof..k! +.R...449I1 R..ief.nd real .
Mrs. Ernest Hewitt, of 59' for t........ Mhm -
(Tallahassee, Mrs. Ada Heath: yI i 99 in, legs.Over-celt
.af Savannah> Ga., Mr. andMrs. C' iV fj >length.Reg.2.50
Cue Dobbs of Raiford, Available. In Black;
(Wayne Gustafson and Jim I Brown ft Blue.I .
Leland of Green Cove
Springs, Misses Martha .
,Smith and April Stephens, TACKLEBOX
and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dobbs, ,
Mike and Chris, attended the Singl.trey has
Graduation Exercises for 6 good afzM 2 t
their daughter, Miss Sandra We our compartments.2 R.g.MEN'S I KNIT
Dobbs, at Trinity Academy, 1t: wrap SOUTNBIMO 73fA .! Model SCIWILSON
Jacksonville, Friday evening. COMPUTE WITH IMI 3,49
Wayne Massey returned 'WA1KSHORTS. '
home Wednesday afternoon .''to reputationaround SPINNING REEL

:from the Veterans Hospital, V- <, WITH 4-FOOT TOUT TRABIRT
Gainesville after being there
(for three days. SPINNING ROD ?JENNIS SET
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Griffis t everyprescription. [FANCIES SOLIDS/
land family of Palatka, spent taper rod two Set includes: k'
Sunday afternoon with their "fiberglass corfj Racket,zip.perad l : ]
(mother Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson t 1 y 88M" Red hoe < vinyl 799Reg.4. .
fe. :
I j .
Lynn., Mrs. Daisy Bach: and t4 yvtovn Fcctory diet oVlO spooled) ,_ i x3ll)*" .W'jJi ;+l |REi< !' 'Y.::5' .. :, ,

Mrs. Hester Hicks spent Fresh high potenc drugs.highly trained with premium mono*ilement. e. >: ''via a..t check" 1.49 yRig.15..S
Sunday afternoon with her professional.pharmacists, prescriptions filled. wri t bands. r \\..
:brother-in-law and sister Mr. with hospital accuracy.And because Eckerd .S.L. .
'and Mrs. O. J. Anders. -E:. L fills more prescriptions than anyone else in
-I' Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Me- --.-............. the South. Edited volume means lower prices.

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I ;, .., UC 'Hospital Board Negotiating Now With St. Augustine Group I

hal) LAKE: BUTLKK' : Agreeing trustees Tuesday night began The trustees explored avenues Tuesday cooperative( 1 believe that we will have ment group concept' as the <'IIPll'M III' (tin1 cnnlriicl; I iirtID
hiring a management negotiations with another of reopening the hospital SI. Augustine explained board's best course lor lurlheraction. U- i'iinilolcl\ mid moiled lo
Augustine in !!)(!( into a management |
I group lo run Union General is medical group, from St and had I the operation of Inter- night. The action Tuesday > ; Ihe'ltustei5lur" ihcir I'>IIJII\'.
with the 1 HI!>74 opened a : I.It with somebody lo
leaves trustees
toorsl'o Ixispital August tine, :Medic Health Centers Inc, of of dealing with Inter. now had the hospital. To me Sl'm'8HIII instructed to proceed halx'lully! 1 blore(( the 1'"lIl'Ci'K
option with contract iiit'clinii lo le-!
Health Care Facili stall and is ( is much more prelerable preparation next rt'iiul.ir
or by Inll'I'll'lllcilh; belli :Mniul.iy., July 7.
it ourselves.
which haspreviously modern operating ,
Inc of Orlando
ties. tentative approval l being Annlhir ; sclK-iluli-d
medical Kellon Smith I I submitted a
SUCKS! FLEA to the board. In a letter: 1 1'. Buck Jewel ol Kiss- secured Iron stale( olticials. lori tonight t riluirsday. ..luiulii -
proposal before submission to the I !IIIIII > l'UlII'I'III'll by
"Woll. looks like we've got Ur :: has been in contact |plII.HIK
about three options on Ihe president ol : the trustees and has hospital trustees. the irusli'C's.
MARKET Er PRODUCEs hospital. We can sign with lh.it nHIIHI '( a plan to open I the
Health Care Facilities We ( \ with an administra Cily; -icfitli'iil; l.i Rorfe(1I I
can hire an administrator, get ory' services Ill msIf as medical direc
s ,. Hall doctors and operate it available by and a small stall nil
Hwy 100 6 Mi E, Of Putnam some
i :- Keystone, ourselves, or.1.'. can hear' group could t the direct superv ision ol, STAHKE The Slarke Faulkner tax given ii citation
another proposal Irom Inter dill planning u years."I( hospital trustees This is Police Department( reportedan l f tor I'iirdcbtKlm'' ing in t the
473.2067Office or 473-2514 Home :Medic I rom St. Augustine."' ity, a plan lor ol the options the board al'l'idl'nlIonda: \' ,that iii'i-UU'iil.
Chairman J,1). inllis;, told the chasing and under consideration. occurred at I I the \\eldon Street
OPEN Fri Sat & Sun Union General Trustees. ment Icr it was explained lo and SH-lli Intersection
Dick Sears.'lcepl'esidl'nt doctors and by' the trustees that the Annette 1 DeSueilliams '
of Inter-Medic: was on hand community.Hicause' ( was l'onloll'ul'Il'l1 Inlelillgl'sl nn SH-lli in a (Father lu 'sloppy son :
FARM FRESH FARM FRESH LOCALLY I for TUl'sdav's nll'eting'and of ( Irom lederal hinds lW8! Ford was (It templing to "lustiuicl ol lolling it all hang
described the origin and background Augustine any aMl'l'l'lIwnlClllid make a right turn onto \\eldoii oil uhy don't you luck nlillk
EGGS 5 ol( his company's oper Inter-Medic: e the approval" of stale Street when her car! was ol it buck in?"
0 ation. site ph sil' regional olticesol health .truck! in the rear'' by' the 1 1\1.:1! : Hoe-sf In, World
5' DOZ 5 DOZ $ # Sears said that Inter-Medic: needed :': : and \\ellare. Sears Ford driven by' Ricky Lamar
# was organized in isnisi!>!I by u If that he !saw no problem Faulkner.
o Q o o small group of ten doctors an could be I \\ that \ie\\point. The accident report Indicated
$125| $175 have' been expanding their group and \ board went on record damages ol( $::1011! lo I the ;!);/joJ/ now .
operations ever since.. The sum of $2.5(10( unanimously approved \\ llrams car! and SHOD to
medical as a suggested : :\lilll'lIl' Male's Faulkner's. '
group began ;Miss Dohra) lUuxling ol
be lor three ( to accept the manage (tldl'nloll.111.: is'' spending a

ui't'kith her grandparents
OPENOAllY9AM.9PM SUNO'AY10AM-7PM :Mr. iiiul\ Mrs.: T.H. Hireling
FATHER'S :5i; '. mill :Mr., and Mrs, ,1.1') !

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\ \\ visiting( relatives( in
831 S. Walnut Fitzgerald( ( and All.inla. lia.;
T-: I JUNE 15thWILSON I Starke, Fla. last \\I'l'k,

Mrs.\ Bill (;Iraliam returned
Saturday al undorgoing
surgery Wi'dnohday 01'l last
ui'i-k in Alacliua ii'iu-ral;

BIC BUTANE FAMOUS NAME SNEAD CLASSIC PRINGLES I i-I llnspil.il.Mr.: and. :Mrs. Curtis! Sanders

+. y and son. l.e\ were in :Shelby.N ; .
FANGLED g 4 attending Ihe luneral ol' fir

Sander's niali'rnal I .itrand-
LIGHTER 1 niolher.Mr. .
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t "',' [ 1"J' "' = .. _.. and daughter. Anita and Mrs.J .
r 9 9 ,II. Fields spent the weekend

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) J W,,- TR600/TR700 9 9 I ing cameras. 20 | visited :Six; Flags Over.
c- I exposures Reg. Georgia: over the weekend.Mrs.
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ESKIMO MAYFAIR !. Ovid spent B nnl'llof the weekend Jacksonville

n ROOM AIR COOLER 49.95GILliTTE With AM/FM R.dlo. with her mother Mrs. K.J.,
SCREENED Playi on AC or DC.automatic CASSETTE Shaw.
WELDED CABINET Model 741, Regular' RECORDER 50-QUART FOAM Mr. and Mrs. Billy Muggins
1Iii'ii MAX FOR MEN 4995 and children are camping at

REG. 29 D STYLER DRYER q5 ICE CHEST ; c day Manatee to Friday.Springs from Tues-

34 9$ 650 watts of drying : chest with
F39 Cooler
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2 speeds. Model HD-9 6 recesses for cups ". -..:,,:...': County
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19 REMINGTON TAPE;! I'allen, Russell Boulris, Sr..
,' David C. Smith Ronald Thi-
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24.99 Thomas. Starke; Mrs. Sandy
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(head: professionalwidth I-
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2'8 Hideaway trim-__ __ or house. currant AMF Men's Mrs. Mary Crissman and
7.88 mar.. No. RC-5 Duill-m
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Steven Brown Hampton;
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rear operated rose; Diana Holmes, Lake
FERIAL CIGARS caliper Butler; Angela Boyetl
ROX OF 50 J0 J CHARGE IT brakes.Reg, 69.97 Law Icy,
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SUPER SHOOTER PLUS MEN'S Ventura Calif has assumed
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Lets you Reg. *5 Hospital Ventura County.,,
: 99 9 take sixdifferent kinds of instant pictures.Comes WALLETS ,Ventura, Calif., a 330 bed
which was'stab-
complete with developmenttimer
BORKUM RIFF and carrying ca... Reg. 34.95 lished in 1887. Mrs. Andersonis
the wife of A.W. Anderson
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of Bradford County.
M FLAVORS .0 I REG. REG. the daughter of Mrs. Lila

Medium size can. T-88 POLAROID t 7.00 5.99 S.OO 6.99 Caldwell.
Req.2.09 .
Miss Cheryl Godwin will
: : REG. REG.
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i ; .. Saturday with a Bachelor of
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r 09 8.99 9,99 ,
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3 Wednesday for a six weeks
r sll For Square Shooter Get an extra set of prints with
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I cameras. white film developed and printed | ter-in-law Capt. and Mrs. J.B.

rM> J The original Tip ,,;. : \ .....TODAY AND EVERYDAY_ Godwin, ,Jr.,, In, Wurzburg.
Cigar. Reg. 4.69 .+' Germany.

! : .ITT MAGICFLASH Kodak Film George B. Flynn. SI'

/ Fits Kodak ... When you pick up your developed] returned Saturday "after- a
8 8 20 thru 60'plusother '1 t- film and prints, buy two rolls of. P ; week ..in North Florida
12 ',... C i Kodacolor or black and white Regional Hospital where he
film for the regular price of one. ;
110 pock- t; f it I 'I was under observation ]and
teV et cameras.Reg. Fe ...TODAY AND EVERYDAY, ', treatment.. '
; ._ \ "" _, Mrl'Howard
I Mr, and ...
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Misses Denise ,Winklev.
Ret. 4.95 ''' n
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/ iSAtst. colors.) fj i BANKAMERICAROl
Richards will graduate Saturday
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SATURDAY' JUNE 14 i SPli..: "n'j lu

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Page 10 TELEGRAPH June 12, 1Q7Sm

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I Rambling Notes Reminiscences ....'/!",

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sexes, who had come here in values fell until property ground water everywhere been built up with casino and '.;' ,-il' .
G9rG9F the belief that there was "lotsof could hardly be given away. lowered, and thus the soil sundry contrivances in the ", ',/.
money in Starke." But the lawyers were kept deepened. From an agricul- acqualic sports way. The

busy trying to recover money tural standpoint alone, this Hampton Shores Chateau is 0
In 1924 the famous Florida for those who had been stung. latter phase makes the land another resort on the lake. \
(Third installment of land boom began to be felt worth fully twice as much as it
"Rambling Notes and here. This psychological quirk The boom was followed by was ten years ago In the southeastern portionof
Reminiscences" written by almost passes belief. All of a the discovery of the Mediterranean the county are so many
the late 11.F. Lagergren and sudden the whole country fruit fly, and much loss i lOur impulsive Starkeitcs small lakes till their numberis
originally published in The became "bug house" about was caused to the citrus have been ready to start a not known. They all have
Telegraph's issue of June 12, investing in Florida lands. growers, and even the truck- "chamber of commerce" clear water and dry shores.
1931.) They seemed to believe that if ing industry suffered becauseof whenever some agitator has
they did not buy today, there shipping restrictions. All proposed one, and it has lasteda Although it lies just across
In 1905 Starke got a water would be none left tomorrow. this made for a lot of bank year or so, until the enthu- the Clay County line, the
works and electric lights, and Otherwise hardboiled business failures, which made condi- siasm cooled. They have not prettiest of the lakes and the : 1
concrete sidewalks began to men spent big sums tions worse yet. The whole yet accomplished much, one renowned throughout the
be common, replacing the old acquiring land on some of the state was sick, and so was mostly because they have proposed state is Kmgsley, about 611.I": ,

wooden plank walks. Im lakes and staking them off Bradford County, impractical things. But side miles of east the of lake Starke.is lined The west with '! at rhx4? fl _ bk r '
provements went on apace subdivisions. of our present organization of + ,
until when the In 1921 the piers, and the children of :,
townJ'utina farmers sold out and moved county was business men is a live body,
divided the east of New Starke families, many of
sewer system the part already two important indus-
tempted by high
eral streets paved. East of where land "develop- River retaining the name of tries have been establishedhere whom have summer cottages
Starke a drainage district was pay ments" Bradford, while that west of because of its well there, spend more time in the
were going on, or to
created, and no less than 31 dabble in real estate and get the river adopted the name of directed work. water than on the land. The ',: ,a -" t j'sari
water is cold, being fed by
miles of canals and ditches rich Union. Bradford County
were dug, making hundreds of quick. issued bonds for good roads West of Starke are three springs In the bottom, so
acres of land that were for- Cultivated fields were and schools, and a few energetic lakes, two of which Crosby nicely-adjusted till no more ,
merly subject to inundation, allowed to grow up in weeds; and patriotic men got after and Rowell, are entirely surrounded water is let out than just
fit for tillage, and causing a farm buildings and fences the state to help in road by extensive lake enough to supply that lost
heavy growth of valuable pine rotted down or were burned matters. Roads were built in swamp. They are ideal through evaporation. The Father James Cregan receives award from Mayor John Shaw of Lake Butler. At left Is Dr.'
trees to crowd out the worth- ; or no produce was every part of the county- Florida lakes and the visitor shores are high, and the beachis William Lennon mental health center director, and second from right Is Rev. George Harper,
less aquatic trees from the sipped from the various stumped and well ditched who is not familiar with that of clean sand. ,pastor. First United Methodist Church.

lowest places. The effect of depots in the county. And then roads. This extensive systemof kind of scenery may indulge in Our people are moot!! kind
this drainage has been felt the boom collapsed as quicklyas roads virtually constitutes a delicious shudders, picturingall and courteous in their deal-
even so far away as Middle- it had begun. A few made countywide drainage district, kinds of formidable beingsin ings with strangers and each Fr. James Commended .
burg in Clay County. money, but the greater por whereby much low-lying land the mysterious swamp. But other. No unfair advantage is Cregan ;
the operators lost; land has been reclaimed, the the shores are damp and taken of business rivals.
Until the end of 1895 the muddy and not fit enough for
Those who have welfare at
For Service ParishA
dotted with
county was orange building sites. An adjoining hand should first of all see that on Leaving
groves. Many plantings were lake, Sampson, has shores

old bring enough much to revenue.bear well But and the DCQE[!J (!t alIer: ill IlUE[ : ( : high enough for building sitesin employment our young without men can having find to. citation for his valuable Board of Directors of the Health Board. His leadership

severe winter of 1905 06< killedto places, and a "resort"could seek it at other places.We service in the field of mental Bradford-Union Guidance ability and dedication will be a
the ground almost well be established at health was presented to Clinic, and carried the lasting inspiration to all of us.-'

orange tree in this section every, Veterans A for Service-Disabled Sampson City.A now end our rambling Father James Cregan of St following inscription: "To -Clinic ,'Board 'of Directors,
separated from military Insurance.One Edward's Catholic Church,' Father an, who June 2, 1975."
and no commercial citrus mile east of Hampton is notes with the hope that those devote
planting has taken place here vice should check the year to apply to VA for Little Santa Fe Lake (editor's who have had the patience to prior to his departure this unselfishly his time
table on certain veteran week for his new, assignmentIn and effort to further the causeof Father Cregan left Tuesday
since that time. care, and one year to note: now called 'Hampton read them will be more con-
fits, the Veterans Pensacola. mental health in Bradford- to fill his new appointment as'
unemployment com- Lake) on the north end .of vinced than ever that Brad-
The freeze was a disaster to tion advised today. from the local state which is a beach and ford County and Starke are : The plaque was presentedby Union County as a director of pastor of St., Mary's Parish
the entire state, as well as to office. pleasantly situated land, pleasant abodes, worth their Mayor John Shaw, of Lake the Bradford-Union Guidance (Brent)) and administrator of
this county. Land values fell, Military separations where Beach has best efforts. Butler, a member of the. Clinic and District 5 Mental St. Michael's Parish School, in
and all business suffered a slowed from a peak of Has 10 years to apply for Hampton Pensacola.. The appointment,
severe shock, as so many had monthly to a current rate use VA educational assis- effective June 10, was made
depended solely upon their 50,000, but the benefits, which expire by Bishop Paul Tanner of the
groves for a living and did not remains important to the that deadline. Diocese of St. Augustine
know what to do next. But vidual veteran, according
There is no time limit to
VA. Father Cregan came to
slowly conditions returned to for
normal; pear, peach, per- If a veteran wants his Payments disability are compen-made Starke on June 5, 1970 as

simmon, and pecan trees were back, for example, he date of military separ- 4 pastor of St. Edward's Parish
planted and sweet corn, apply to his former if claim is filed within and administrator' of St.Mary's ,
squashes, beans, beets, within 90 days of his to'V year. Parish, Macclenny. At
that time he also ad-
cucumbers, peppers, and ation date. was
tomatoes were added to the There is no deadline for I I ministrator of St William's,
strawberry crop to bring in Other items on the assistance from local Keystone Heights, and
ready money. timetable: employment service in Catholic Chaplain at Florida
., ",:' ',. .. State Prison.: He' has been
120 days to convert, a job, or entering a .f. ... ,. .
: -
Yet, many people became physical examination program. l. "" .'. Catholic Chaplain for the
discouraged, sold their hold- vicemen's :' Florida National Guard for
ings for what they could get Group Life The veteran has no deadline .' : ;" :' the past four years, with the
ance (SGLI) to ;
and left First one and then obtaining hospital care; or .'.. .,..;:'; :.,.; (.., rank of captain He plans to
Group Life Insurance. He .. .... ,.
a GI loan to ""' ,"'.
another industry was abandoned buy, stay in the Guard, and is
The sash factory up to one year to convert, if or improve a home, or .. /' ," '\ .. looking forward to returning
is totally disabled at buy farmVeterans I .\. ... .01' : ;
a '
burned and there were more' ation and the condition 'p'r: to Starke each year during the
which reducedthe
conflagrations not change. should contact summer encampmentat
number of dwellings here. local VA office in the Camp Blanding.(
tfimmtehed business also 'One 'year from date or local veterans
urged the'-town of a.number receipt of !service / organization for more During. his pastorate fn'
active in civic affairs,, being a
member of the Rotary Club of

Starke, and serving as Cancer
Crusade chairman; and a
LETTERS .TO member of the Bradford
\ ,." -. County Ministerial Alliance
He alse served on the local
; THE EDITOR. Mental Health Board, and as
,I .. j an executive board member of
Co. D. Selected Best Unit In BrigadeAt the Bradford-Union Mental

Health Association.,

Parade On June 2 he received an
FACING;! REALITY comfortable. I now know this Donald's, Stan's Bootery, award from Dr. Jose Llinas,
Til.\NKS TO A.A. was due to an alcoholic Leila's, WPXE, Bullmgton's,
per M.D. director of the District
Company D (Maint) 53d mander of the best the ,
the 53d Int. Bri mess during
sonality that would not permitme Brights' Liquors, Community times, said the training offi- Mental Health Board on
TO: !Mr Matthews Bradford to "face up" and accept Bank, Guaranty Federal, Spt. Bn, the local National gade. training period. This award cer, 2n LLt. Carl E. Douglas. behalf of the
Guard unit, was awarded the was presented to SFC A.I. ten-county
County Telegraph things just as they are. I did Priests, Bradford County The 53d Spt. Bn. was rated mental health district. '
From: A grateful recovering not possess the power to cope Telegraph, Mallard's, Andy Review""Best Unit in Brigade the highest of any units at Covmgton Mess Steward. Members of the local unit
at the
alcoholic. with reality. Denton and various departments parade conducted military camp by Regular Army During the training period, attending camp were paid a It is expected that an an-
of the City of Starke; of during evaluators (officers on eva- members of the unit repaired net of$33,1-11, after taxes were nouncement will be made this
First, let that I Thanks to the of the business annual training at Camp for the weeks
me say am fellowship community that luation team) in the perfor- several hundred vehicles deducted, two week concerning a successorto
grateful to personally andto Alcoholics Anonymous and extended their handsto Blanding from May 25 to June which should be
you helping 8. mance of its training and radios, and for other training, a Father Cregan in the Starke
your newspaper for the the power provided by my us. We couldn't do without mission. The evaluators units in their boost to the local economy and Macclenny parishes.,
support you have given the God, as I am now able to people like you that care about Company D was selected by stated that the local unit com and performing i
local A.A. group in trying to understand him, I can face the our children.A q staff of officers as being the pared training mission. The unit will have weekend ,
carry the message to the still realities of life. It's not always outstanding unit in the entire regular very army favorably units, and with "While it is a big job to training assemblies on June Dr. Lennon Named
suffering alcoholic. Althoughthe easy as I still have an huge thank you to Mrs. 53d Infantry Brigade, basedon better in some cases in train-were move a unit with this many 21-22 at the new armory
results of the combined alcoholic personality. I also Bobbie O'Brian, art teacher of movements appearance, ing and proficiency. people and a million dollars located at 720 Edwards Road. Rehab Counselor
efforts have not been have the day to day problems Bradford Middle School, Mr. and execution. The award was worth of Those interested in joining the
dynamic, they have produced that all people face but I am Charles Hall, Bradford High presented to Capt. Robert L. The unit received the Best believe the equipment to, we be company may visit the armory Dr. Bill Lennon, Ph.D.*
results. There is no basis for slowly learning to live with School, and Mrs. Phyllis Kelly, unit commander, by Mess Award from the 53d training during the week or on director of the Bradford-
disillusionment however, as them one day at a time and it Talley, Starke Elementary Brig. Gen K.C. Bullard coin- Support Battalion for having effective, though trying at the weekend when training is Union Guidance Clinic
alcoholics seldom change is truly a better wav to live. School art teacher, for the being conducted. recently received an an-.

except degree emotional through of physical and that individual,spiritual mental, -A recovering ALCOHOLIC For held expert the in help February great in display our and Art March.of Show the r'i urn. ($ Ut (QO( a l' ( aQOEUL(] C oo -_ and Personnel trained may as be automotive'enlisted Counselling Professor pointment of at as the Rehabilitation.University Assistant'

(Because anonymity is mechanics, radio repairmen,
at '
that art winners masterpieces of Florida
suffering becomes
intolerable -
considered welders wrecker
essential to A.A. operators,
become to the point that they and is one of our Twelve thanks Winn-Dixie to the goes manager a ,huge Mr.' In previous articles we have begins to achieve honesty by 'will finally rub off on him. I supply specialists, clerks, Dr. Lennon will\ be working
willing to change. At
Traditions, you will note I did Milton. said that Alcoholics default. There's not much believe the real miracle of cooks, administrative specialists -' with graduate students in
this few do
point a change; by not sign my name. 1 am not Anonymous works as well as it point in trying to fool people A.A., the something that will canvas ,repairmen, and their clinical training in Lake
far the larger number refuseto ashamed of the fact that I am We could never have gotten does because it has several who invented the game he's finally rub off, is simply thenewcomer's teletype repairmen Butler and Starke. I Ill' will also
change and continue to through the without the unique qualities. I have
an alcoholic but request that year also playing. to be lecturing at.the Universityof
exist in "their living Hell"until should you feel that you can help of all our teachers, who said that there is no "party. It seems to me that the fifth willingness ArrestsOn Florida.\ -
they are wiped out by the use any of this material in cooperated with us on all our line" in A.A., no official unique factor is the reversal of act.Action Drug
sting of death.I that many ideas and those two doctrine to which the is the magic word in Dr Lennon recently, 'attended
your paper you omit my members form which A.A.'s educational
ladies in the office Helen A.A.The heart of the recovery IncreaseIn a seminar in Nashville
subscribe and ,
I name, which is included.) no creed process takes. The newcomerto
am enclosing a paper Paterson and Carolyn Taylor, that they recite. Whatever program, the Twelve Tennessee at Vanderbilt
which A.A. is asked, not so muchto
I have for Suggested Steps, are
prepared a that played the secretary for write or reportsof University concerning the
say is totally a BradfordDrug
learn values
new to
course I'm taking as an THANKS TO ALL actions taken. The
repor- treatment of
and and
us by typing getting out sonal statement, and is not tension
unlearn those he
comes in ''
assignment on the televised Sir letters notices etc. intended ting of the early members of migraine 'headaches in=
Dear ; Many, as official "A,A. with. He is asked, not so muchto ,
movie "Sarah T. The A.A., clear ana unmistakable in
thanks.To doctrine", I 'IS arrests Bradford somnia, and high blood
many can only tell about
thoughts put forth in this The end of the 1974-75 school the adopt new goals, as to "Here are the County continued to climb in pressure.
and how
paper are strictly my own and year has come and the Starke the one person that we program to me. it appears abandon old ones. steps we took", say those who 1974, according to the annual

do not reflect the thinking of Elementary School PTA ,could not have done without, To my mind, one of the most have gone before. report of the Florida Cancer.Crusade
Alcoholics Anonymous as a would like to publicly thank all who worked so long and so It is quite logical to assume significant sentences in the The newcomer finally sees Department of Law En, 4
whole.These thoughts emerge those people who have helpedus hard on all our projects, to this that if one method of book "AlcoholicsAnonymous" that he, too, must take these forcement. At
from 47 years of life that was throughout the year. To the one person we say with deep- a problem yields approaching Is this-: "Someof steps before he is entitled too. Halfway MarkThe

existence rather than living; mothers and fathers who have est appreciation" "Thank you, noticeably better results than us have tried to hold on to report on them. In an atmosphere The arrest statistics
roughly 16 years was without worked untiringly throughoutthe Mr Clark. others, then that method must our old ideas and the result where the constant gathered for the county 1975 Bradford County'"Cancer
alcohol and the remaining 30- year on all our many projects We are sure the incoming contain some unique factor or was nil until we let go absolutely subject is "What I ,did" and Region tit area, which in- Crusade was at its
31 with alcohol. During these a great big "thanks,' for PTA officers and others are factors that set it ." The rigidity with, "What I think",. no alcoholiccan cludes Bradford, show this :half-way mark May 15 with
years, without knowing, I hurt without you there won't be a looking forward to workingwith apart and forms the basis"of which even some non-drinking long resist the temptationto county had 32 I narcotics ,$2,508,13 collected of the $5,000
everything and everyone I PTA.To. the people of our com its superiority. We have alcoholics will cling to the, get in on the action himself.: arrests in 1974, as comparedto goal, reports. Miss Lillian

came in contact with. I am the merchants: Stump's, munity next school year.Executive .. already discussed what I opinions, beliefs, and con In an organization whose 27 in 1973 and only five in Stump, Bradford. Chapter
now able to consider these 47 William's Jewelry Winn- believe to be three unique victions they had upon en- members are always 1972. Of those 1974 arrests, :president.
years in retrospect and realize Dixie, Koch's, Andrews, Board factors in A.A., and there are tering A.A. is almost In- secretly convinced that they four were for sale and 28 for Mrs. Merle Packham
that there was never a time How's of Hobbies, Athletic Starke Elementary PTA at least two more. credible. are unique, no alcoholic is possession of narcotic drugs. I''turned In $57.50 from the'

that I was truly happy ,or House. Hardee's, Mac- Mrs. Bill Chambers, Pres.milijjFitp4 Where can these five unique long going to be contented community of Theressa..
The fourth unique factor in factors in A,A. be found? with a report of what Drug arrests for the entire ,
A.A., it seems to me, is the Where are they at work? .OTHERS are doing. He mustS Region 111 totaled 483 in 1974, A committee' headed by*
PRIQ intuitive understanding the Where do they occur? The >t in on the action himself. as compared to 347 in'.-1973 and Mrs. Ina Horne and including*
,+ alcoholic newcomer receives, answer is in any A.A. meeting,' ntil he does, he knows that 329 in 1972. Mrs. Frank Clark and Mrs*
while compassionate, is not he is of A.A. than T.C. Clark turned In
'0 or when any two A.A. members morea guest The arrest statistics $261.60'
indulgent A.A. members meet and talk., member, and this is.a are from Hampton and
could be said to have their' ,- .-; ""*>,* -_' >.,, *. f 'Ituation .thaf.ii .finally intolerable '' 'reported in the-t May.issue' of"The1Drug Lake kt....jJ "'6i.1 Hampt3
doctorates in the four fields .";"> Out';:of all this uniqueness:' to the alcoholic: He .monthly newsletter Dlalogue'a published( "The -, .. : ;' : .' t"' /

( where the alcoholic reigns ,what finally happens? Again; must take at least some of the for the area served by Region '' ; .
supreme.These four fields are the answer is simple and has'echoed' steps I that ead to recovery I pradfordMiddle'School* a *.rf
111 Florida's
BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN\I1.)\ MILLER Commission on' : ha "..:?,,
phoniness, self-deception/ down' the corridors.of'A.A. from alcoholism. or /po away Criminal :Justice 'Standards 'I I .. ,,.
Publisher evasion and self-pity. The, ?::: for. years.' It is;simply In my opinion, this is the i and Goals. ,reportedcollectiona.'CI.0.. (; ,"" '' ";
Published each Thursday and entered a*second Class Manor at the Poet Office at Starke Fla under Act newcomer is not ASKED what that the miracle of A.A. oc- real miracle: of A.A..The ill'lOIIIt---:: ':; 'S \\'J'
of March 3, 1379, he is thinking He is TOLD' curs. There is a widely held newcomer becomes willing to Peisiu wishing! a copy''ofthe !; I r

Subscription In trade area: $6 per year: $3,50 MX months. what he is thinking. No one ;belief' in A.A.n"that: if a J get into action in a program I newsletter may write the "tin'""15ai1 i' Peuula;'It'. 'II paid,.... ,. u'''f ''
Outside trade area: .7. per year: 44.00 six months. wants to trap him in a lie He I newcomer: will simply 'continue : that leads to the road of. Public Education and 'Involvement conaldered b.4-fOf eo be1':
Phone 964-6305 Starke Fla. is told what lies he is getting to attend A.A. meetings, recovery, from alcoholism.. Project, P.O..'Both for thr the ges. .y v.t C;,
__ ready to tell. In the end.,he, without .C drinking,, something -O.W.M.' .!14572, Gainesville FL*32604.;, Sl.I.tthew'! hOUMWlle'to:9in'pgr'8.1' : ,}i. 1'
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Objection Entered To Procedures ActLAKE ti f14 0! V BMS To Offer .

Summer Classes

BUTLER A Union board meeting to inform the a total of 22 days, which was being invited to bid on fleet 'project in which she had been STARKE' .* An academic
County High School patron public of all matters to be discussed four days over the 18 day permitted insurance for' the school engaged during the past year. +I 41 alta110. summer school program will
entered a strong objection at the meetings on Nettles had been board's vehicles only two quotations In addition to her verbal be offered at Bradford Middle
against Florida's Administrative which any official action is to forced to remove his son from were received.. The remarks!! a visual presentation School for grades 6-8 for
Procedures Act Tuesday be taken by the board. Union High School and enroll board accepted the low bid of was shown to the board in promotion or for strengthening
night, June 10. Cason said the school board, him in Ucland to keep him the Cotton State Insurance describing new educational academic skills, accordingto
Beryl Nettles of Raiford, at the local level;was the only from being penalized. Company for $1,684. The advances in the leaching of Assistant Principal Joe
'whose son formerly attended governing body to which the Nettles said that he had\ coverage is on 25 vehicles reading and other skills to Hull.
Union County High School, act applies.! County commis- been able to solve his own owned by the school board 16 first year student! Mrs.! The summer session will
read a lengthy statement to sioners and city councils are problems! on the board's strin- school buses and 9 other Walters said that $14,000 had open June 23 and end August
the school board criticizing exempt from the act. gent attendance policy, but vehicles. been made available from 4, with July 4 being a holiday'
the manner in which school Nettles charged that the act was registering a complainton -Agreed to declare as Title III funds! for the project. A student will be required to
patrons and everyone else are was discriminatory and that behalf of other school surplus 140 student desks with r go four hours per day, 8 a.m.
now required to follow in school patrons should be per- patrons who may not be ableto the stipulation that they be -Another encumbrance of to noon for a period of 30 daysto I
getting their problems beforethe mitted to speak officially to do !so in the future. donated for use in the the administrative proceduresact ', meet a state requirement ofa
school board. their elected representatives The board, in accordancewith rehabilitation center at Union was cited by Howard { minimum of 120 hours per
Nettles was referring to the without having to wait. to A! the administrative pro Correctional Institute.In McNeill. Certain policy course.
eight day period that must cedures act took no action on a 3-1 vote with board changes in the Esther King For information interested
Intervene before action can be so.In spite of the provisions of Nettles! complaint.In member Donald Dukes oppos- Memorial Scholarships could sW parents or students are invited
taken by the school board on the act Nettles was permittedto other mailers at Tues- ing, and in the absence of not.be effected at Tuesday's to phone 9646093.
,any problem presented. have his say with the board day's meeting, the board: Chairman Tommy Mobley," meeting, because of' (he .dg A class much have a mini.
Supt. Jimmy Cason explained after being told that no official -Approved an applicationto approved a !school calendarfor required 21 days wailing mum of 12 students for the
to Nettles that the procedure action could be taken at Tues- the STate Department of next school year. The period required by the act. program to be funded under
: was not to the schoolboard's day's meeting. Education for $14,700 for five school year for teachers! total The time will not be up until the Florida Education Fin-.
liking either, but wasa Nettles then described the projects on Environmental ing 1 requirement imposed upon problems involved on school I Education. The largest August 18, 1975 and terminate The board will meet tonight; at Outstanding JROTC Cadets
the board by legislative act board policy with reference to project is for $6,3X() ) and is to June 8, 1976. For students in 7 p.m..to officially approve the Cutlet Sergeant First Class Terri Lynn Gornto looks on I
that became 'elfective last attendance and claimed thatin be expended on a county wide all schools the term will begin'on new policies in administering with her Superior Cadet Award as Cadet Staff Sergeant Gary
January 1. The act requiresthat some cases it could be too basis. Two projects! totaling Tuesday, September 2, the fund. Kunnells has the Military Order of the World Wars Medal
an agenda be publishedseven strict. Citing the case of his $3,500 are applied for by the following the Labor Day holiday pinned on by LTC John R. Smith (Ret), senior Army instructor ,
days before any school own son who had been absent Union County High School, on September 1 and,wilL at Bradford High School of the Junior Reserve Officers
$3,000 by the Lake Butler terminate with graduation'on Training Corps.
Middle School and $1,900 by June 4, 1976. / rK.p rA The Superior Cadet Awards received by Cadet Sgt. GorntoIs
DR. JAMES K. HESTER the elementary school. Funds ...Approved a list of non- presented by the Department of the Army annually to the
OPTOMETRIST will be available for three Instructional personnel as L- cadet In each year group who is the one outstanding cadet for -- -
years in the approved projectsbut recommended b>i Supt. Cason, the year's military training. The Military Order of the World (ft. 43apL1
must be applied for: an- subject to funding in certain', A Wars Medal received by Cadet Staff Sergeant Kunnells is .... ..LCR
nually.On. instances. Cason said that the; symbolic of the most improved cadet in military and scholastic -
FOR THE PRACTICE OF OPTOMETRY recommendation' amount to be received from, achievement. ( .Jl
Supt. Cason, the board approved the state should be made,.; .
444G. W. Madison St. an Exceptional Child known in just a short time.; 2 EscapeesBack SUNDAY IS
Educational Plan for the next -Reappointed Wayne Car ? FATHER'S DAYA
Starke, Florida 32091 school year and an Adult roll as School Board Attorneyfor The world's first physician In JailTwo
OFFICE HOURS Basic Education Project next year. known by name was Egytiar L,,: grand day worship God
964-8076 which includes the amount of; -Mrs. Janet Walters, Title lovhotcp who lived about .,
Tuesday, Thursday And Saturday $5,000 to supplement teacher: III Cooordinator, gave a 2700 B.C., according to minimum security Your Father wants you in
Evenings By I salaries in the program. photographic slide presentation World Book Encyclopedia.MMIK inmates were returned to Flo- church Sunday I
4/tp e/s e/26 I --With seven companies to the board outlining a ? H. rida State Prison Monday less
+ than a day after they had
Honor your Father by
escaped. being in church Sunday I
r1 A clumsS
Ronald Steele, 20, and
//l alit .
A r "The Church with a Heart.In .
WI Iwr William Norris, 21, both sen-
w 'JROTC tenced from Polk County, left the Heart of Starke"Ben
DISCOUNT sroCS LI L- the minimum security "0"
Unit about 7 p.m. Sunday, P. Bryant
according to FSP Supt.! G.S. Pastor
Forlner. They were servingfive
years each for breakingand William George
I I I entering. Min.of Music r


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daughter/ Darlene of Mr. and Bennett Mrs 1 % Off BAHIA
Johnny Bennettof Lawtey anda
junior at Bradford High this
past term has been selected on Lb.39C
by her fellow cadets as Sweetheart -
of the Year of the Junior 50
Lbs 19
REMEMBER DAD JUNE Keserve Officers Training All
'orps (JKOTC). Miss Bennett k t
is a cadet first lieutenant In :: ARGENTINE BAHIA

, the JKOTC corps. Plants I ,,
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Finances 50 Lbs. *51"For

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I//c -t P1 All leahr and way nwI i : Y ReviewedRAIFORD

I / I pD0 S\0 1A' hide. Many pylat, c rs .U The town :

Your Old Mower
c council of Raiford, meeting
L1ik\ ; tor the first time in its new Even It Won't RunNOWGET510000.nrade"ln On A New

;r 35 LB. building Monday, night June ; I
,. r, HTH DRY CHLORINE 2-SPEED, 'J'BLADE FAN 9. reviewed the past record of HAHNRider .
the town's finances as ex ,
OU" OUII to them auditor
r PIIICI WAS .._ PIIICI. Richard I. Fried of Gaines- \ Mower I ILJ IrVJw
\ .... a... ville.
Y Keeps pool water Ilea I, of bacteria, G E power cord and control switch., The recently completedaudit y.IR With The
w '- I 2." algoa, viruses, organic' mauerMolded linger, grilles Rugged by and Tufts, ."',.p ,
I WJ-4 even odors 65, granular chlorine Sfnl, cose gable baked enamel 1 certified public accountants Year Warranty
3I / / .
aSAY formula. 35 Ib. eta.i finish.! UL applared.A
was for the period beginning .1. -
April 8, 1972 through Sep- On The Transaxle
MEN'S (MEN'S Soft ,- 1 0 Cott Rog and r.d.-. w' tember 30 1974. and after
blend 611k10Package of }. tic Polyester. ,r being received for record will
No. 872 7 H.P.
LONG SLEEVE SHORT SLEEVE r be forwarded to the Department No.. 877-10 H.P.
DRESS SHIRTS DRESS SHIRTS2.96R32.44 \ 'I of 'Revenue in Electri9 Start-30" Cut Electric Start-26"Cut
AT A HUGE DISCOUNT I Mayor Elmer Wallace said $89995 $779
.i.i-: ;( Ft ,
I ormEIiiM '.I? the audit was required for the
rat town's continued entitlement
Ol v
Come clear '.... away Stayneatblendof OUIID m.warr in state revenue sharing funds!
No. 865-Recoil 26" Cut
.this low price! All cron polyester-cotton
no-iron tailorings, inpolyosreT'COtton never need iion. / from the state. $54995
or you Fashion, prints want Those b'g'' brand slacks ore smartly. Idf'WAS_AV'25".AIC'WAS&I SAYS as' WAS 5I(m SAY U', A commemorative bronze 5 H.P. Special Order
that need
tailored fabric
1/0 ipolyststmthe .dsehdstaset.wry' n never MEN'S FRUIT OF THE LOOM UNDERWEAR plaque ordered several weeks
colors and taste Sine, S, M, L, troning, Top 'fashion, patterns and
Athletic shin I 1.79 Br.ef. 1 2.!! ago at a $280 was
h. likes S, M.L.XL. XL. Take a stock! solids. Boltloopstyling Sues 282 ,
,24.36" Airrnot- Super Each drop a rich lubricant.
T-shitts 11.19 Shorts 1 4,09 received at Monday's meet- GRASS CATCHERS $5995,79qLo1IDA
.tress.12011" Vinyl. ,.ity.' Fawn'acolors, Reduce* co,,,,,". ing. The names of the council :

LOTI members mayor, town clerk
rr''' .e r attorney and the building con-
1 tractor are inscribed on the 4 GARDEN
y4. 1 slot r plaque and will be hung at an .
appropriate place within the CENTER

building.In O1l110L. 539 East Call St.
NN other action Monday
: ; LLL'was night the council: ...M ((. PH. 964-5745
--Approved the purchase of Complete Professional Pest Control Services
insurance on the new buildingat

IAva.. y5S. says was save was sav/ WAS Isv/ .a. Savs was lava a premium of $126 per year
ju I1% iM 1.N JA[ 11% 7d[ 1st SJE LN .JH' ... ,,11'0 .1M.... m loW I.Iii. 'WI 2n. From Stale Farm

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Supwpowvr.LighM.ght. and drying attachment hod. Sidoburn trinvntr. Full upper,carrying strop. and color*. 1 got. .....
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1 Complete with AC cord, Solid boll with tough 72" long. Polyester. fill. Leatherette coe. With SaIoIo....."'II',".,.*. 1005geIysetr.1site Pull an _at. Solids, '
fuel Odd propone torch. 2 Keovy.duty boltorieo. caver*. T-Flite brand. Waterproof vlnylcover, batterie and earphone Complete wtthbotterie, .. I fit*all,:Solidt.inlpee.MMMMOPHORO andp.Inn.SicnSML. '

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III Starke Elementary 5th Graders Recieve Awards, Certificates r
State Team

r-...'. The Starke fifth
:,:: Elementary Pictures shown are from the
grade classes held an award four fifth grade classes where
and certificate program on there are 30 pupils in each School .
Tuesday, June 3, in the class. Surveys
Cafetorium. ri, { t

+ ':sa Ii :' Bus System .

While complimenting me
,8tcQiiarQ STAHKE "On the whole, new bus barn, Wright points

rPvl. with very few exceptions, out |it l has no urea to paint'
) your school bus drivers did buses without exposing then'
Sunday School demonstrate the ability to do to the weather. He said ino
9:45: a.m.; Morning-Worship, the job required," School three mechanics cmplowd
1l 11 a.m.; Church Training, 6:15: Transportation SpecialistFred are adequate| lor the size bus
G p.m.; Evening Worship 7:30: ( Duncan of Tallahasseetold llect. Then Wright went into
the Bradford School u hat lie termed IJI'oudl'easons
p.m.Monday Girls Ensemble, Board* lor a PI'c'cnlivc11uinttn.1II1': '

6:40: p.m.' .Steve W.: Jenkins A six-member survey team I program.,
Wednesday Family Night spent a week surveying Bradlord's "
Supper, 6:15: p.m.; Sunday Completes Basic heel of 33 school buses, "At the moment and lor
Pvt. Sieve W. Jenkins Fort
School Workers Meeting, Leonard Wood plus two old spares. Team years you've had..:' a patth-
R.A.'s, G.A.'s, Acleens World ? completed members watched students iip-when-il-breaks muinll'II'
Friends, Mission Friends, 6:45: basic training and is going load and unload at school sites juice program\ Wri ht"said.
p.m.;. "Hour of Power", 7:3Q: into engineering for the next 8 and followed buses on their which consists of keeping the
routes to observe highway 'I tires on keeping the motor
a p.m.Thursday Visitation 9,30a.m. : Jenkins,son of Mr. and Mrs. perlormance. A unit of the tunning, keeping the"'steering
.; Visitation 7:00: p.m. Paul Jenkins, graduated from team spent lime in the bus repair and I'epairIn'lhing,
Scholarship awards: 1st row: Mary Catherine Martin, Physical fitness county wide meet, girl's third place: Bradford High School in 1974. garage watching maintenance that breaks down.A .

Susan Sapp. Richard Sullivan Karen Thorpe, Terri Mat seated Hope Jackson Lorraine Chambers Genell Tyson. procedures and this is where regular preventive noun. .
thews and Mr. Clark. 2nd row: Vickie Carver Melanie Par- Lori Lawson. Kneeling: Tina Best Vickie Carver; Tammy. St. Mark's'Church the biggest criticism was, Icnance program would
rish, Tina Katliff. Tammy Denton Lorraine Chambers Melanie Parrish. found."Bradford.
Denton, improve( driver; morale improve .
episcopal County
Patricia Scheyder. giving less, better!
safety, cost
almost door-to-door service.Duncan '
4'J uliliepersonnel in. the
also noted meaning
.. bus stops are too close garage\ ,, und'i level, the-"-work
Church and K..l Jackson Str..t.. together and there are too load. Wright told the school
tl4r' THE HEVUOHNM. FUYNN, many short stump runs off hoard lie recommended a
main trunk routes. Duncan check list of 4;; items Inch his
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June 15th 10:00: a.m. E !said he followed one bus w hich oil'ice will provide. The\ items
Morning Prayer. made live stops in Iwo-tenths are arranged. in Ihe order in
June 18th. 7:30: p.m. Parish of a mile, the driver unable to which a I1Il'l'hunic'ould inspect -
through the shifting he said.
/ # Meeting. go prOl'cdUl'e
f between the slops.Bradford \\ right recommended lluil
school buses lla-h each has undergo preventive
Bible School At grantly violate the rule maintenance each 2(1( d.i.vs. oronce
against transporting students per month. III' that
l lM tea. Northside BaptistThe who live within two miles ol u manner I the garage would get
school center. Recommended Iwo buses per lay or less and
Northside Baptist route changes coming from catch nllny'plobll'11s: and l
Church, SU-16 and SR-225 will the state will exclude these correct I them Ix'lore' the buses!
have Vacation Bible School practices, the School Board break down on the road.righl l.
July 16-20 7 to 9 p.m. was told (Friday. \\' further recommended
Everyone welcome. Dorothy Spearmon The survey team compli- I thai t a maiiilciiiinrefolder
mented the school board on |lx' maintained on riichvehicle.
:1 ; Graduates June 8 the new operations center This w ill IK- needed us

i& bus prool' Ilia proper nunnlt'iiance -
.a Miss Dorothy J. Spearmonof which includes a garage
It's Possible Now
is being-carried out incase
Safety Patrol seated: Georgia Ragans Tammy Denton Penmanship: Kneeling: Georgia .Ragans, Robbie Sue With ''present knowledgemore Lawtey, a 1971 graduate of and new storage bus barn space.went Before up within the of, accident :a nil 1 hoard

Vickie Carver, Dawn Schoening. Kneeling: Brian Thomas Aldredge. Gwendolyn Hankerson, Lorraine Chambers. than 100,000 additional Bradford High School, the Team Chairman being sued (or' negligence! IK-
Oestrike, Bruce Johns. Ronald Davis Leslie Morris. could be saved from graduated magna cum laude past year .
Chip Standing. 1st row: Mr. Clark.James King. Richard Sullivan. lives yearly Karl II. Wright u State, said
Standing: Tina Best. Bernadett Tyson Edna Tucker. Mr. Randell Merritt. Robert Underhill Harold Colston. 2nd row: cancer everybody acted on from the School of Nursing at Department of (Education Withoutsuch a mainlfiiameprogram.
Clark. James Edward the American Cancer Society's Florida A & M University on .
Yeomans. Winkler, Joy Starling. transportation specialist said \ Ihe school syjilviii
advice to seek early diagnosisand June 8.Miss. keep lho I ', buses'on--1 he
is the sister he always ,.ald..when asked, can
prompt treatment. ACS Spearmon the Bradford County had the road 1, but (hey won't hold their
and sister-in-law of Mr. and
also says: Get an annual health school value,' appearance. it'lIl, .will''
worst : (:transportation
Mrs. Jesse. Moore,_ Jr. ,of ,
D Lawtey garage in. the,state.. dependability

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Physical fitness. 50 per cent and over: kneeling, 1st row: Physical fitness. 85 per cent and up. Kneeling: Genell For ,
('ar, Bramble Richard Sullivan. Kneeling 2nd row: Hope Tyson; standing: Edward Winkler. Todd Jackson, Brian :
Jackson. Lorraine Chambers Vickie Carver Tammy Thomas. James Diggs and Leslie Morris.t .
1)f'lIlon.Jf'lanle; Parrish and Lori Lawson. Standing: Darryl
Thornton Tommy Milliard. Tina Best. Bernadett Tyson and
Scott Allen.



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Spelling Bee: 1st row: Karen Thorpe Sherry Davis. Susan Spelling bee winner: Kenneth LeNeave Mr. Clark. '
Sapp. Tammy Denton. 2nd row: 'hip Oestrike. Richard
Sullivan Kenneth I.et'a'eIt'lanit':-'; : Parrish and Mr. Clark. Let Us Quote Your :

Dance Students Seen In Starke Elementary PTA : \

I Recital Sunday Night Holds Last MeetingThe ; i0" .
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Next Job !( : ,. ;. .>\ .':., ,".,,
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DOl'fllhWinler Salazar Torralbas. Starke ElementaryPTA Mrs Loretta Marchant; .'. ,
presented the Summer Richard lloltzendorf taped held its last meeting of second vice-president-Mrs.: .- : ,..", .. ;, .' .
Recital ol her School< l of Dance Ihe music for the dance the year"' on Tuesday night, Linda Alday; third vice- ***<-.' "'
at the oman's Club of numbers, and Joey Herres June 3. in the school president-Mrs. Judy Dukes:'.,1 1 '. \.r ,' : : ,:
Slarke. Sunday evening at presented solo piano numbers cafetorium. secretary-Mrs. Alice Searcy; .._
7li: )) o'clock -1, _. '_., _. .
: during (the interludes between Mrs Bill Chambers, treasurer-Mrs. Brenda. I
Featured dancers "ere dances. president outlined the Thomas. ."'-" ..t
(Erika: Ciruen and Elizabeth Following( the program, achievements made Mr. Clark was presentedwith ; L'etterr""" Envelopes. ;
Provide .
Kopeloubos in an check from the PTA for '
interpretation refreshments were served in the past year: a 1.1)
of "Ten (Feet Tall, andJ'nni the sunroom to the dance students kindergarten classes ((4)) with shrubbery for the school Statements & CardsYou'll \ :"
Business ,;;
and Missy Pfiester" in their parents, friends, materials needed and not grounds. :* .. .. ,4W :. .
"/ippel>'-Doo-Dah Melissa and relatives. received through school fundsto > .. J
I'l' eiiler also danced the provide the children with Xi Iota ; : /'
leading role in the ballet more educational materials; Delta : >

"Sleeping Beaut." Blood Pressure Halloween carnival; parents Meets For SocialAt Bef&i&H
Other parts in "Sleeping participation day: fifth grade .
Beautere danced by awards and certificates
Tests Cox Home
Alma Puig as the prince; FridayThe program: eye check in participation ,', ,.. ,' .
Erika Gruen and Elizabeth Club "
with Lion's < '
Kopelousos. bluebirds Christine local Seventh-day seals Xf Iota Delta of Beta SigmaPhi .
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kindergarten diplomas :
Adventist Church will providefree held its first social at the'
Ciatlm. Emerald Fairy: and ribbons; art festival ;
!Maria To Hossique, Black blood pressure tests and March, home of Cherie Cox on Lake.,
Friday. June 13 at the Winn- during Pleasantly Surprised
Bedford June
Friday. 6. :
( : and Julie (Ferguson
Fairy Dixie store parking lot from 2 and a Christmas program.
Vicki Goodowns. Lynn Holt- to 7 p.m.This A program was given by the Swimming and dinner were
zendorf. Tonda Moore. Jenni is a community serviceto fifth grades in which a list of enjoyed by Connie Best; .
Pfiester. Patricia Kossique which all\ are Invited certificates and award were Cherie Cox. Barbara Patray.,
!Maria Thomas and Joy presented.Annual Brenda Slade and guests trom
Vallenga. Ed Pfiester was reports were given Gainesville chapter XI Phi'
narrator. DUPLICATE BRIDGE by the executive board and Ellie Jenkins and Haze (Bli3ilIIJIlIIJ] IUIU fE ;
"Country Music -.
Presenting CLUB RESULTSMrs. chairmen. v .Reg stez:. ,
Gymnastics' were Christine Paul Johnson and Mrs. Altemease Chandler ;. '. ,'.
Gatlin. Denise Griffis Anna Bernice Brinke were the who is retiring after 37 years, President'' Barbara Patray'
Marie Guerrero Alina PUll!: winning couple at Duplicate '':'was given. parting gift. presented Xi Phi members f

Milagros Puig. Aline Rod- Bridge Tuesday night. Dr. and Carl Clark, principal, in- with friendship charms ''as 135 W''Call: St. Starke Fla. 964-6305 '
rigues. Arlene Rodrigues. Mrs. Ari Watana were second stalled the following officers: mementos for conducting ,
Maria Teresa Rossique. and Mrs. Rhea Johnson and presidenl-Mrs. Macy Exemplar ceremony on April
Michelle Sexton and Susanna Lora Francis were third. Crowder first vice-president- 30.. .... -

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111 I
f rthera s
Bradford County Chapter in DitieI
.NAACP will meet Monday -
night, June 16, at 8 p.m. at
Macedonia] Freewill Baptist I Euys
Church. All members and -If-E-
Interested attend. citizens are invitedto

Chapter ]108, OES will
meet Thursday (tonight) at 8
p.m. in the Masonic Hall on TtiF E
Brownlee St All members are BEEF PEOQ
asked to please be present and

on will Sunday lime.present at a 2:30:program The Stars with 7L 1'JLu' [1 14V

Miss May !Francis Jenkins as
speaker. The narrator will be
11Rnulun a B. Bason,W.M. All

cooperate members are with asked this to activity please IY ltlcldl( Kor: 9 Idtll( IY 1 ly ld l l((lI y I KEY Bur Idldld" ( U, p( ltltllMlrttEY(( t ((\ wr.ltllldd1"-( _A.MM< ICEY ..,tl\Mll\ ,( ,(_

The Masonic Family and .
: ;
invited ; .
friends are to attend. HICKORY tWUT ,../ At TOMORANGE -


drove Parish, United Rev Willie Methodist Stitt .Ke SUGAR ;sAe: ,E o; :, JUICE :;::,

,.... .
Church 10
at 11. ,
Morning Meeting Pleasant Worship Wednesday Grove, Prayer night ) )) ))) J) ))) ) );) ))1 Q,)) ) ) ; )j p );m1i)1:)) "

Church School, 10 a.m. After-
noon service, 4 p.m.
Church of God in Christ, BUYSGround Beef lB.69c
Elder D.R. Williams pastor t
Church School 10 a.m. Mor- ::
ning Worship at 11:30: with
Rev. Dewey Taylor in charge.
Worship, 8 p.m. with FloridaA I FARMLAND(EXCEPT GRAVY & SLICED BEEF)

Choir& University rendering a concert Gospel, Meat Dinners 2 PKG.99C Round Roast $128 n

Bro. George Holiday in LB.
charge. The public is invited. USDA GRADE "A" QUICK FROZEN
Kbene/.er Baptist Church, Baking Hens LB.48c !J!)
Davis . . :
Prayer Rev. Leroy Meeting and pastor.Bible HORMEL KRAFT Limit } with a 7.50 or more food order ecx. cigs. A

Class No. 1 rehearsal 7:30: Thursday.each Wednes-Choir Canned Ham . 3 CAN $479 3Z-DL. q-
day night before the third W D BRAND SLICED MayonnaiseTHRIFTY
Sunday. Business meeting for JAR
Choir No. 1 each Wednesday Cooked Ham . . vsr $1"1 _
the second
Sunday.night before Deaconess meetingat SUPERBRAND LOW FAT FRUIT FLAVORED MAID .. limit 4 with a $7.50 or more food order exc. cigs.Tomatoes .
$ 98
home of Mrs. Bell Johnson, Yogurt . . 12 as 1
Monday night after the second .
1 fS
iffSunday, Church School. 9:45: ; W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEP HANDIPAKGround '4 OL.CANS 88c

Morning Evening Service Worship 6:30.: at 11. Round . . LB. $129 1 I

,1 Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. MAID
Prayer Meeting and Bible De monlco Steaks . LB.. ,
Class 7:30: ( p.m. Wednesday. : $269A C
Church School, 10 a.m. BTU, 5p.m. W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF I 5 16-01. 8'8
the,, i Q ClJI"Ce-,4
Saturday at,6 p.m. 'CANS '
i youth and adults" are ask: ;to i .CanuckJKpast., ,.. M.., ...,wV" .",;, LB, TIM ./, jH Id .. YNrMl ,,ft f ."", .. ..FUROR '......Rr ....
I 'W uth
mett to > '
plalt"fot.e. !! 'WDBIANO USDA CHOICE BEEP '"'' W' iS
Oay activity. ; : ; THRIFTY MAID' .
I :Mt. Pisgah AME Church Chuck Steak . . LB.1 119 .
1 Rev. B.J.o'ranklin! pastor.
J Church School 10() a.m. Morning USDA Grade "A" Fresh W.D. Brand Pe"'a"chest 2 29-oz. 88c
K\ service Worship 4 p.m.Philadelphia at. 11. Afternoon Frying Chicken oe.! LB.49c CANS 'Ab's
church Lawtey
,-i scene of a Community Bee Liver . . LB. 99C THRIFTY MAID n
::1\Father's! Day program at 4
-|p.m. on June 15.with Jesse FRESH SHOULDER BLADE BOSTON I 16-oz. C
BUTT. 3 88
..j,,!Moore as speaker. The public Corn
i, is invited. Pork Roast . . LB. ,98e CANS fft: (!)
g Greater I IBftplijhemS {\\.b'': o
Hev. W D BRAND 'S-!
Freewill Baptist Church .
t. Jasper Williams pastor. Tiny Franks . . . !Ip2 ". .89c PINEBREEZE USDA, INSPECTED GRADE 'A' FRESH FLORIDA ALL WHITEMedium J1j'r----;
Tots and Ushers Board No.2mloet

\(, night Prayer night. Meeting.Senior Choir.Wednesday Cheese Food . . P99C. Eggs DOZ. 39c
Thursday night.Story Hour at
I the Church, and the Ladies
,! Mrs. James Prince. !Friday
night Prayer Band meeting CUBED STEAKS SMOKED HAM
at home of Mrs. Prince. t: :KEY-LBUY
Sunday is Pastoral Day with : SHANK BUTT PORTION TOU
j Church School at 9:30: and $ 88 IB 88e
J Morning Worship at 11. A 1 PORTION
1 i Dinner will be served at 12:30. # La. QUARTER SLICED
Evening Service,6 p.m.Vaca- {\ ., LB. LB.$119.b'
tion Bible School will be held ::
i June 16 through 20. 29-ot. CANS THRIFTY MAID THRIFTY MAID
I(Church Greater Rev.Allen R.G.Chapel llcastie AME \"' > BARTLETT PEARS VI EtfNAS SAUSAGE Yellow Corn . 10 EAIIS79c

>pastor. Prayer !Meeting and 16-01. CANS THRIFTY MAID' FRENCH STYLE
.!'Class Meeting each Tuesday : TOMATTHRIFTY JUICE ; 32-o1.
/night. Church School 10 a.m. iJ i GREEN BEANS Orange Juice e . 4 CTNS.: $1 00
in !Macclenny.it SNOW BALL
Union 3 p.m.
Evening Service, 5:30.: () APPLE JUICE! Cauliflower 2 HEAD $100 1

t\\ r"c.Ltfi ; CHUNKLUTUNA ALLS&T SAUCE Florida
Oranges . 5 BAG 59C


gatonot ( IIVr.ol. CANS THRIFTY MAID y 16-o..CANS THRIFTY MAID SLICED. WHOLE OR Crisp Lettuce . . LB.25c


. l Idaho Potatoes, . 9 FOR 99e
'trI' Of(!)

I'j' r,1, 'Q Of,(!) SUPERBRAND Twin Pops . . 2 KSS $109 1
88. 8&
j I'f 2 3 O*

f} are Off'!) FOR FOR, Salisbury Dinner. .. 2 :,Ka s. $1 1 1Qf


x Stationery .. Cheese Pizza . . 24-0.SIZE 99 ''


11 THEOFFICE ::: COFFEE DETERGENT NibletsCorn! s r . . .. 'fts 49eScrimp'N

'6-0.. $ .
. _-= ; Batter. .'e PKG. ,15'Sdoestring

1 G SHOP 12____ ;49-oz.PKG.- B B 'C ; Potatoes. 3 V a i' $1.

79 3 P5a'. 89CDIXIANA '',
Starke LIB. __. Chopped Broccoli. .' .

-----------... f,; POIV BAG CUT ORIEN MANS, WHOU OKRA OR i
FOR SALE:AH types of Colored 4kt.s\ : '.CAN,'" ,', .. :. mean hi:* i, Speckled Butterbeans .'r.\ /;:: 69 ,:'
Slap Pencils. in Colortorite stock at The Non.Office Face. .. .(..,1 \, ;'w''', : Yellqy/pnions 3. & 59C t'f'njl-'

20 cents each. Thick lead .1 i .. _, .. .'
opaque colorama 30 cents .

"j 2(,"'each each.colored Stop and.permits In and also. take 11 Mongol cents look., w. .EEfflEPEEE( ( ( ( ( ( :?Qaa7(! 1 'ft.II' NI I .. 14.i


14 TELEGRAPH June 12,1975

tttt>I -
MUSIC RECITAL BROOKED,, IN BRIEF are the proud paternal
Students Mrs. James
r of a baby boy
THE CIRCUIT COURT, FERRI, Deceased. certificates shall be redeemed Countryman held their spring Frankie Andrews, Stanley ,: By Jeannette Prescott SURPRISE SHOWER grandparents born in Alachua, General

EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF according to law the property recital on Friday May 30, at Hayes, Robin Welch, Mrs: McKinney' Malissa Rabon, A surprise shower for Hospital on June 8. He is the

FLORIDA, IN AND FOR NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo described In such certificate or New River Baptist Church. Glenda Andrews, Sharon Shelia Starling, David Sparks Norma Jean Tetstone,. bride- son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur
BRADFORD COUNTY all creditors and all persons certificates will be sold to the Those participating in piano, Fussell" Elaine: Molt Drew Monica Green Susan elect of Danny Bass, was Barry of Gainesville.

having claims or demands nghest bidder at the court organ and voice selectionswere Andrews, Mrs. Joanne ,Douglas and Willie Hamilton.Mr given by her fellow ballplayers .
CIVIL ACTION against said estate. house door on the 8th day of : Carol Jean Fussell, Fussell, Angie Andrews, and Physical Education: of the Brooker -------------.

Case No 74318In You and each of you, are July, 1975. Brenda Hayes, Tootsie Tammy Andrews.Mrs. Randy Raulerson; and Miss women's Softball Team. The bulletin:

Re: The Marriage of hereby notified and required to Dated this 5th day of June, Tucker, Susie Welch David Countryman presentedeach Physical Education Mary ,event took place Sunday afternoon From Sherman a company has con"-1
HENRY LEE RUDOLPH, present any claims and demands 1975 Fussell, Corky Welch, student with a minature Rogers. after practice in the his time and I
Husband and JOANNA P. which you, or either of you, may statue of famous composers. Parent Volunteer- school library. sented donate for the .

RUDOLPH, Wife. have against the state of HELEN Gilbert S. Brown LEGALS Refreshments were servedin Instructors:. Virginia Crews,; The honoree's teammatesgave effort again of this year basic gOlf''I: '

FERRI, deceased, to the Judgeof By: Beulah M. Moody the fellowship hall of the Ethel Douglas Jean Hart, her an electric fry pan. purpose holding and J. I
instruction general )
NOTICE OF SUIT- the said Court, in the Court- Clerk of Circuit Court of church. Betty Lynn and Bonnie Refreshments were servedto I
NO PROPERTY house at Starke, Bradford Bradford County, Florida. NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR Rogers. the 20 guests attending. coarse etiquette. i
County, Florida, within four TAX DEED NEW PTA OFFICERSThe Assistant Awards .
Library .
6/12 4tchg 73INVITATION ; ---------:------
ToJoanna: P. Rudolphco months from the date of the first NOTICE IS HEREBY, GIVEN, Brooker PTA held its Randy Starling Tiny Hodge PERSONALS
Pearl Burnett publication of this notice. ---------- that T.W. TATUM the holder of final meeting of the year on Bradlee Cox, Sharon Fussell, Charlie Edwards of TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
811 Gregory St. the following certificates has 27 when the Bradenton last week i,
Each claim or demand must TO BID Tuesday, May Carl Johns, James Dormmey. spent
Greenville, Ala be in writing and must state the THE BOARD OF COUNTY filed said certificates for a tax following officers were School Safety Patrol with his sister, Mrs. Eva

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat place of residence and post- COMMISSIONERS OF BRAD deed to be issued thereon. The elected for the coming year: Awards:' Deborah. Green, Harrell, and they visited their FOR RENT: 2 BR M.H., am.,II I

an action for Dissolution of office address of the claimantand FORD COUNTY WILL RECEIVE certificate numbers and years of President, Bill Lynn; vice- Shelia Starling, David Sparks, brother and sister-in-law, Mr. cond., water furnished. SR-"..
Marriage has been filed against must be sworn to by the SEALED BIDS UNTIL 10:00: issuance, the description of the president, Daryl Brewer; Elaine Mott(, Brenda Dorm and Mrs. Ercell Edwards in 235 9 mi. N.W. Starke. Call ,| :,

you Joanna P Rudolph and claimant, his agent, or his attor- A.M. ON JULY 7, 1975 TO BE property, and the names in secretary, Margaret Dyal; miney Susan, Douglas Randy Salt Springs They also attended 964-5630 after 6pm. Itp, ',. ?. t
required to serve or it will become void which it was assessed Nell Mann raffle the Ward Family ---- --.
you are a copy ney OPENED IN THE COUNTY are as treasurer, ; Raulerson Guy Wayne -T-- 'II'Ii..>>
of your written defenses if any according to law. COMMISSIONERS ROOM IN follows: chairman for carnival T.J. Parrish, Linda Manning, Lee Reunion at New (Hope Baptist ", f
to it, on The Clerk of Circuit Each creditor shall deliver THE COURTHOUSE FOR LIABILITY Certificate No. 67. Mann. It was decided to Orton Jill Hayes Eva Church last Sunday.

Court whose name and addressis enable sufficient the copies Court of to his mail claim top1975.entative.to INSURANCE ON Year of Issuance: 1973. eliminate the King and Queen McKinney, Penny Riggs Mr. and Mrs. Jack Markeyof 10 Acres .JJ.

P. O Drawer B, Starke each personal one MONEY AND SECURITIES OF Description of Property: 1 Lot105ft.EBWby80ft.N&Sln Contest from carnival activities Frankie" Andrews, Brenda Brunswick Ga., and Mr. ,

Florida and file the original with Dated May 27, THE VARIOUS OFFICIALS OF next fall. Willmgham. Sharon Fussell and Mrs. J. M. Markey of ..
the clerk of the above styled BRADFORD COUNTY the NE Cor. of Lot 8 SID of N Students receiving awards Brenda Langford, Martin Waycorss, Ga recently 10 MI FromKeystone "

court on or before June 23, Daniel Fern RENEWAL DATE FOR THIS IN- of NE/ of NW4.\ Sec: 29, T-7- were as follows: Hunter, Monica Green; visited Mrs. Pearl Markey.
1975; otherwise a judgment may As Administrator or C.T.A. SURANCE IS JULY 23, 1975. S, R-22-E. Spelling Bee: David Malissa flagon Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Barry Heights
be entered against you for the of the Estate of Name in which assessed: F & Sparks, champion; Deborah

relief demanded the complaintor Helen Ferri, Deceased Gilbert S. Brown. A.M. Lodge. Green, 1st runner-up, and Lee 1,750
petition. 6/52tchg 6/12 Clerk All of said property being in Orton 2nd runner-up. Now OpenSkating )

WITNESS my hand and the -------------* 6/12 2t 619NOTICE the County of Bradford, State of Perfect Attendance: Mark Per Acre ;.

seal of said Court on May 20, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, Florida. Crews, 5th grade; Abby RinkHwy
-- -
1975. EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF ------- Unless such certificate or Foster, 2nd grade. 159

FLORIDA, IN AND FOR BRAD- OF APPLICATIONFOR certificates shall be redeemed Run for Fun: Pete Hodge, 1
Gilbert S. Brown FORD COUNTY. TAX DEED according to law the property champion ((35 miles); Linda 100 E. 1 Blk. E. Of Red Light PerMo.
As Clerk of said Court NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, described in such certificate or Manning ((25 miles); Malissa

By: Beulah M. MoodyAs CIVIL ACTION that T.W. TATUM the holder of certificates will be sold to the Rabon ((25 miles); Brenda OpenMon ,

Deputy Clerk Case No.74-103 the following certificates has highest bidder at the courthouse Dormmey ((15 miles). Also High & Dry
filed said certificates for Susan Douglas Sheila Thurs Fri 7:30-9.30: : Sat 3:00-5:00.: :
5/29 4tchg 6/19 MORTGAGEFORECLOSURE a tax door on the 8th day of No Low Land
------------"'.-- deed to be issued thereon. The July, 1975. Starling, Eddie Barnes Mark 7-30-1000PM: : 9.30-11.30: : 7.30-930: :
certificate numbers and years of Dated this 4th day of June Crews, Warren Hall Carl WEST CENTRAL:
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF, SHELLIE H. GERLE a/k/a issuance, the description of the 1975. Johns Guy Wayne Parrish Sun 3-5 REALTY INC.
and the in Randy Raulerson David
property names Registered Broker
which it was assessed are as Glbert S. Brown Sparks. Deborah Green, I-378-2.IOH.:
Defendant. follows: By: Beulah M. Moody Renee Mott and Elaine Mott. Admission !1" Per Session Evenings Call:
Certificate No: 50 Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad- Youth Fitness Award: Carl Art Pa tray

CIVIL ACTION Year of Issuance1973.: ford County, Florida. Foster, Linda Manning, Jill Includes Skates 47i2oiurczzz : :
RONALD WAYNE PARKER, Hayes, Penny Jakab. Eva
Description of Property: Com. 6/124tchg 7/3
Husband and RUTH MARIE PROPERTYToDefendants
at SE Cor. of NEK of SEVi\ of
NE%, Run W 200' for POB. N
: Joe Morns
100', W77.5', S 100', E 77.5', to -
OF SUIT- Napier -
-- -
NO PROPERTY et al, and to all others POB.Name I -----
in which assessed -
: -
whom it may concern: NKPNK EIBSE ---
Union Victor. i
ToRuth: Marie Parker All of said property being In : BfSiTfm.. : "-N
Address Unknown YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat ,
the County of Bradford, State of
an action to foreclose the ST- '

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat following property in Bradford Florida. t\ ii : ;
County, Florida: Unless such certificate or : .;: .... .. ..
an action for Dissolution of .. 00.
Marriage has been filed Lot 1 and the Southerly 25 certificates shall be redeemed Pt ...g, ,.c J. ,':.\\iI LIMIT-1 WITH A $7.IO FOOD OROCR!' of: i'r ,. cif 0111'.0
against according to law the property .OII!'!! "" ."" O"'!' LIMITDIFIDINT' COUPONS WITH rw.e'---
r you Ruth Marie Parker and you feet of Lot 2, Block 3, Tample'sAddition described in such certificate or I.II \\il :."::..-.::.fir 10. FOOD OMDIH; LIMIT-! OK MORIOIFFIRCNT '- --_::" :.:.::: .::' =" .. .
to the Town of Starke, '- -- es- COUPON WITH A I'S. ORMORI --.o: "firccra f*,an .
are required to serve a copy of _- _- : ?ems
certificates will be sold to the :\ r---
Florida in
your written defenses if to the NWM\ of NEVi\ of _- -_- -. ------.J
any -
highest bidder at the court .
Section .
28 6 South
Township -
it, on the plaintiff's -- COVpON -
house door on the 8th day of ..-- --
Range 22 East, SAVE AND pli IrJItPwivu -'
whose name and address is 1975. "l .
any ,
Hon. George H. Pierce, P. O. portion thereof lying within the Dated this 4th day of June, .. CHEESE \ SAVE COUPON 'IW".C..A.
Drawer 1030, Starke, Florida, right of way of the Seaboard AirLine 1975. .aa.. i .
and file the original with the Railroad.has .,G. UP TO' CpgppEp ;
... ..e. _to ..... .I. AI!
clerk of the above A
styled courton
Gilbert S. Brown, n ., NO./fXCf I"s
or before July 7,1975; other been filed against you and by: Beulah M. Moody I ru" r W< !:,? -J\ :: $ : .ap ..eT TUSIfy .
wise a judgment may be entered you are required to serve a copyof Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad- I : : 2.O3EveryDayLowPrke -esn..ro Ei rs ...":"I .. .
against you for the relief your written defenses, if any ford Florida :::W- ...=::.., ---- ----::". ... :f)...
:demanded in the complaint or to it, on the plaintiff attorney 6/12 County 7/3, .:::---- -----J:: :: :
4tchg -
a petition.' N whose name and address is t "'- : rmown.cssaooo.ma. .nL .n.ausem sooen.Ujute.e'en uamrv.WI.N.Nnwr -. .,. -H ; ...,
George H. Pierce, Pierce, &
....WITNESS my hand and the ,I.. --" ------------
seal of said Court on June 3, Hardy P.A., P.O. Drawer 1030, NOTICE OF AN ENACTMENTA 1 BonusBuy
1975. Starke, Florida, 32091, and file 1LLfMq
the original with the clerk of the OF AN ORDINANCE ESTAB-
set fAV[ fAYI
Gilbert S. BrownAs above styled court on or before CHARGES AND BEEF BLADE 31! ASSORTED' :20u FLORIDA GRADE A tiff
July 1, 1975 otherwise -
a judgment
; -
Clerk of said Court may be entered againstyou OF WATER AND SEWER FRESHFRYERS SWEET
By: Beulah As Deputy M. Moody Clerk for the relief demanded in SERVICES FROM THE WATER Pork Loin JUICY

6/5 4t 6/26 the complaint or petition. AND SEWERAGE SYSTEM OF
seal of said Court on June 2. LATIONS APPLICABLE TO
By: Donna M. BransonAs ORDINANCES IN CON-
Deputy Clerk BonusBuy
6/5 4t 6/26
;"L .0.......... .-
IN RE: ESTATE OF -------------- LAMB' CHUCK
Notice is hereby that ROAST BEEF STEAKS
SALE July 1, 1975 at 7:00: o'dock P.M.in r..m.sONmUS nu.

NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo Notice s hereby given that I, 166041-13)accordance( ) (la) Florida with Statutes Section, t138 w 9. t:: $138 I L98y J II! !178 : L* 59Etf! L''L.23cEv.ryDilylowPrice

all creditors and all persons Dolph E. Reddish, as sheriff of the City Commission of the ru'

having claims or demands Bradford County, Florida, under Starke, Florida, shall hold Cityof a Etf eryDjyLow Price ,,,,,,'aBuy

against sad estate. and by virtue of Writ of execu- public hearing in regard to the n; f f1 '
"'N F'-;
You and each of you. are tion, to witExecution : proposed ordinance of which i'N: Pantry Pride ntry ri l

hereby notified and required to will be read for the first time in Tea Bags PORK & BROCCOLI
present any claims and demands issued out of County full on the 17th day of June, MILK BEANS '

which you, or either of you, may Court of Columbia County, A.D., 1975, and said proposed 79< ooM' < .49 (
have against the estate of Florida, pursuant to a Final ordinance shall be available and F JF 5lSTARKE ;..
ANTHONY J. FERRI, deceased, Judgment for Southern Discount may be inspected by the .

to the Judge of the said Court, Co. of Lake City, Florida, the City Hall of the City publicat of COMPARE ._.....-...:.....' -""..'... ; 1 COMPAR I' \It"4._, r_r.u.r_'t-rw....
in the Courthouse at Starke, and against David and Evelyn Starke, Florida, and all inter- ,. .

four Bradford County, Florida, within Todd,. defendants, in the ested parties may appear and be Quarter Fryers a.: :.::TS.t:. 59*. 10.1 FOOD 's ICooked'Ham, ;i __-,_ -V! ,II a'
months from the date of amount of $453.15 together with
first publication of( this notice.the costs of collection. proposed heard with ordinance the respect, and to the the Lamb Chops = 3=ro"": S9cw: I LOW-W-W.S Agar's: Hams .:"' $459 ao'

Each claim or demand must final reading shall be held on Meat Loaf'" Mix -" 89* FOOD 'Cbeese59c '
I r ri .
2 Cottage
be i ;
in writing and must state the Have seized and have in my pos- July 1, 1975. >.. 10" .

office place of address residence and post- session the following described Dated this 3rd day of June, Smoked Picnics69! 10' I FAIR I PRICES Cream Cheese;, r: :':39c'to"
of the claimantand personal to-wit
property :
must be sworn to by the A.D., 1975. Boston Blade ::::", .". 98* 10* ,I "." 320 SOUTH Fish'Sticks :.::: $111 w,

claimant, his agent, or his attorney 1972 F-100 Ford Pick.Up Truck, SUPERMARKETS WALNUT ST., j

according, or to it law.will, become void Green, ID No. F10YNP82126. CITY CITY OF COMMISSION STARKE, FLORIDABy OF THE Chipped. Meats" s-& Nz' 45C S' ; \ .Whiting. ..oule..DII.D..O. OL'.......,... 49. -

Title No. 5066477.As '

enable sufficient Each the creditor copies Court of shall his claim deliver to the property of the above 1t Clerk 6/12: Merrill of Said Edwards Board EveryDayLowPrke I TK* Qiudiiq Feed, Petpl* 1 EveryDayLowPrice 1 Tfo QSTOKLEY 10't J

to mail one to
named defendant and that on ._
each personal ------------- J
Dated 27 representative. Monday, the 30th day of June, LOW CALORIE ,1 20 GEBHARDT
May 1975. t
1975 at twelve o'dock Noon on NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR Del Monte
Daniel Ferri said day on the premises of the PFEIFFER HOT DOG }
As Administrator C.T.A. Bradford County Jail I will offer TAX DEED CUT GREENBEAKS PUDDING or FRUIT
the Estate of for sale and sell
to the
Anthony J. Ferri, bidder for cash in hand, the that T.W. TATUM the holder of CUP DRESSING CHILI SAUCE
Deceased the following certificates has I
6/5 above described property of said
Ztchg 612NOTICE
filed said certificates for a tax
._ defendant to satisfy the aforesaid -
------------, Execution. deed to be issued thereon. The 5lMWOA
certificate numbers and years of 1

REGISTER OF INTENTIONTO Dolph E. Reddish, Sehriff issuance, the description of the CANS }
property, and the names In .
FICTITIOUS NAME Bradford County, Florida i
which it was assessed are as VM MM \ '"
6/5 6/26 : .
4tchg follows: COMPARE ;""" -" ""* iCOMP'COMPARE; := = : I
Pursuant -------------- '
Florida Statutes to ,Section notice is 865.09 here- Certificate No.: 6 Chicken Franks 't' 39* snfltaAby; 'WipeS '" 49c ." I Pantry Pride Fudge "w ,.59c" j

by Evelyn given V. that the undersigned NOTICE OF TAX APPLICATIONFOR DEED Year Description of Issuance of Property: 1973 : Lot Solid Oleo ::::.:;:. 39* a' I Pantry Pride Cups ."?:.::': 19 "I Pantry Pride Macaroon'--<. J
Hampton P.O. Box 260 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, 22 in Woodlawn Sec. 17, T-5-S, Tub '.MHM16oz .-1; Foam Cups -"':::- 59c .. I Iced Oatmeal '. I
Bradford County, that T.W. TATUM the holder of R-22-E. Oleo :::r.. 58 tt : ._,..'Mr.r:: 59c".
Florida ,
the firm, doing name business of "LEISURE under the following certificates has Name in which assessed: Taco Casserole' war; 79<. .. I Economy Dinners Zi2/89/ < -I Iced Spice _, "TW:: : 59 .. 1

260 ARTS, &Hampton CRAFTS", P.O.Bradford Box filed deed said to be certificates issued thereon.for a The tax Madeline All I of said Edward property being In Dill Pickle Chips =":" 43c '.. i .Laetbrecht. PizzaWhipped NN N tll/ .17c "I Insect Spray.x: 99Lime <. t a

to County register, Florida said, fictitious:32044, intends certificate issuance, the numbers description and years of the of the Florida.County of Bradford, State of Pantry Pride Olives sSe .. Toppin :::: ':' 49c' :- Detergent ,'r.r" 58c ise

under the provisions of aforesaid name property, and the names in Unless such certificate or h.'yD"yLClwP, ,,, fo.. oA.A. l.j p..... "
statute. which it was assessed are as certificates shall be rendered --m
Evelyn V. Powell, sole follows: according to law the property -1 PECAN
Dated this 5th day of owner.June, Certificate No. 30. described in such certificate or PEANUT ::18.., SOfT POT A TO CINNAMON

A.D. 1975 at Starke, Florida Year of Issuance: 1973 certificates will be sold to the BUTTER DRINKS CHIPS TWIRLSPage
6/5 4tp 6/26 Description of Property: Beg. highest bidder at the courthouse
-------------- 295.1'. N of SW Cor of SE%. of door on the 8th day ofJuly. 39 4/$1 59c..

NW\% Cont N 210', E 210, S 1975. ...
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, 210' W210',to Beg. Sec. 18, T- Dated this 5th day of June, .
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF 1975.' r.... o-w., '..,j ...... ?.,
6-S, R22E.Name I!
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR In which assessed: JONMS0/1'S/ NRT Mr ;
BRADFORD COUNTY Willie Ham Hagan Gilbert S. Brown oNAn ..nnMS fi BABY' tRASN tN11u1R +
AH of said property being in 'By.:: Beulah M. Moody ATO POT PIEf IPM
FILE NO. 7595IN the County of Bradford State of Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad- JUIq ou, HAIL o.NYTS ,'t

Florida ford County. Florida. as., 39 L1! ) b12- .
RE: ESTATE OF HELEN Unless such" certificate: or 812chg: 7/3 ,

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Misscellaneous For Sale For Sale Real Estate Heal Estate-


HOUSEOFVACUUMS FOR SALE: 6x9 Linoleum $3.9b, ESTATE SALE: 11 m.-7 p.m.,

headline for Insertion 9x12 Linoleum 898. Also Thursday through Saturday. 0trwiII AVON TO I'l'.''i. RESCUE
Tuesday Noon I preceding 12x12 and 12x15 in stock Furniture, dinette table with 6 33 ACRES Rluminum
Thursday before publication. Many brands of new vacuums. Hundreds to choose from at chairs, deer head for wall Joins City Limits. $675 per acre
Used machines available. Call owner 533-2208 after Siding
Dahmers Discount. tfchg. mount, 40,000 BTU, gas All 5pm. Caught Up In A Lay-Off' Save
:.Minimum C'liar Expert Repairs all makes, heater with fan, linen day Sat & Sun
(c li.oo --- --- --- vases, Your Bui'qet By Selling Our
e'evers i\: Wm'cl f. Parts and Accessories for all color Motorola TV$300)( ), and Famous Products (.ill Loma Rluminum

Kucliindiifr: II vacuums. Built in central other items. Blanche Curtis, ar Call Bill Powell, Broker Clyatt at 755 U'/31 or
11* ccntH vacuum cleaning systems. 712 Hwy S., 214, Lake Geneva. 9646464Sat Box 5127, Lake City, Fla. 32055.tf Soffet
N. Main Gainesville 376-7110. r FOR RENTcOR J 473.4407. Itp.
.... REALTYThanks &Sun.
All i'lassiflcd rids must fa.ui TF ----- -- -- J.

| id imp in udtunu Unll'lIlI'OU - - FOR SALE: 1973 Now Crossland Call 533-2208 Remodeling

Mute mi wluhliHhi-d account ATTENTION ABE: All men and RENT 57x24 Mobile Home 3 BR, 2
: Olin's Subdivision ,
mill the T'It'II'UI. women of Bradford County Bath. Shingle Roof, lap
1/2 acre lots, $25.00 Davidson
who have enrolled in or have per Siding. Come see this one at Cement Work
from the Vo-Tech month. Water & Sewage Mustang Mobile Homes, 1650N.
furnished. For information call for giving us some Mobile Home ParkIn
Adult Basic Education :Temple Ave., Starke. BYRON E. DUCE,
EAtSERVICETRAVEL Mark Olin, Olin's Mobile homes to sell. We have sold
Program are invited to borrow --- -- ---- Reg Real Estate Broker
books from the Bradford Homes Sales Hwy. 100 W., FOR SALE: 1968 68x12 Used 4 some and are working on the 393 N, Temple Ave. City Limits FinancingAvailable

ABE Starke. 964-5606. tfchg. BR 1 Vi bath, with washer & others. However, we can use 964-7700
County Public Ubrary. ------------ dryer. Priced right to sell. more listings of all kinds. If we $30 Per MOl
; collection. Ask for aborrower's Acreage for sale: 5 acres,
Leaving for can help let know.
: Washing. FOR RENT: Mobile Home Mustang Mobile Homes. 964- you just us
ton !O.C.. 19 June return 26 card at the library 7212. Remember, the University of 10 acres,30 acres, Walk To New
June. Will take 1.2 Driver There is no charge. 1tp. Spaces. We can accommodate Florida predicted that Bradford 460 acres. Center 9S4SBSBII
- -- Shopping
-- --- -- any size home. House& 10
Passengers or small load in FOR SALET: New '73 52x24 County would double In five acres

PU\ Truck or U-Haul. Call Pat BRADFORD PARK at BRAD Suncrest MH. 2 BR, Full years. So, property in this area is CIty Gas Water a Sewer

O','Kickens 431-1200 6/5 2tchg FORD MOTEL 964.5988. Carpet. See this one at still your best Investment! House on a good fishing lake.

6/12 r FOR SALE j 5/15 lOtchg 7/17 Mustang Mobile Homes. 964- - LISTINGS, FINANCING, On 301 South BIC PENS. The Office Shop. 19

--"'--------- ------------ 7212. We have approximately forty RENTALS NEEDED Jolu Motel cents and 25 cents

'Piano FOR RENT: Summer rental LEow acres in the Brooker area that is Call Anytime
Tuning-Repair. Will buy FOR S R7'Con
cottages on Kingsley Lake, air located right and priced right. 964-8810
old pianos. William George FOR SALE: 1974 custom built conditioned.. Ph. 533.2366 crete block home, 2 bedroom, VERNIE ODOM II 1
1228 Blanding St. Starke : camper with over cab bed. 2 baths, w/fire- 964-5476
Ph. living room .
after 6pm. tfchg. Lots of space in and out 514
964.5287. 6/12 2tp. 6/19. Fits long wheel base pick-up. place, formal dining room, Weldon Street. .. Drillinral
-- - -- Approx. 1800
964- .
- - $495 Country Garage eat in kitchen, family room Applean Brown
FOR RENT: 1 BR Furnished square feet with 3 BR, 2B, kit- JIMMY MOORE'S
Teenage girl will Baby Sit forworking ---Itchg.- -------- apartment 383 W. 2 w/wet bar, central heat & air, chen, family room, living room, 964-7955 Sun 2" thru 6"
car carport, utility room, SportsMORE
Mother. Have good Washington Call 9648420. dining room, a huge game room
references. 964 8699. 1tp.BILL'S HOWS OF HOBBYS: Full line of Up. fenced yard, plus 3-rm. apt. with fireplace (near completion), BOAT FOR Fast Rotary

arts and crafts. Also guar- with heat & air. Shown by patio, grill, extra large utility YOUR MONEY TF
--- ---- -- -- Equipment
SAW anteed stereo repair. 118 FOR RENT: Very nice apart appointment only. Phone 473 building, pecan trees, etc. Drilling
SHOP: Complete 4731 473.3444. STARKE PH -
or No Collect 964-5791
Court. Ph. 964-7329. tfchg. ment, adults only. 2 State Licensed
service, circular, bedrooms livingroom Large Calls tfchg. A good lot .., race size ... closeto MUL TIPLELISTINtiS
hand ------------ ,
carbide, chain. Mower COMPLETE OUTBOARD &
Kitchenette and bath. Phone town and a car would not be
balanced.blades hollow Call ground and FOR SALE: Rod and reel repair 964-5033. 1tp. FOR SALE BY OWNER: necessary ... Just right for your STERN DRIVE SERVICE I Pumps I

964.7509 or Keystone Heights 3
shop inventory and equipt area; retirement home. AND REPAIR
-- - -- -
leave at Jackson Building bedroom, 1 V bath home on Starke 2 old homes, /, acre,
Supply, Starke or only $10,000. Shop space FOR RENT: 1 bedroom fur- $7,000 COMPLETE FIBERGLASS New & UsedSales.PartsServic9
Keystone lease available. Slim's Fish nished, no children or pets serene wooded lot. Good 134 acres on Road 230 (lout REPAIR

Heights tfchg. and Stuff, Keystone Heights. 962. N. Temple Ave. 964- fishing and swimming lake. toward the Country Club) with Hampton 2 BR with terms, CUSTOM BUILT FIBERGLASS -

473-4357. tfchg. 5193. Itp. New kitchen with ceramic 489' of road frontage, 482' $9,750 FISHING BOATS

::MOBILE HOME MOVING: Also ---------.,.. - cook top; double continuous across back, 300' on each side Starke 4 BR on 2 lots, $10.500 E-Z Terms

mobile home hurricane FOR"RENT: 12' wide mobile cleaning oven; dishwasher, ... owner will sell one acre or all
anchoring -
I : and mobile home roof FOR SALE: White Sweet corn, homes outside city limits. J.B. garbage disposal; side-by-side and will finance. Crosby Lake 2 BR, $12,200 I
tomatoes, and vegetables. Plumbinfill
refrigerator with ice maker. Long Champ
coating. Olin's MOBILE Highway 16, 2 miles E. of White. Ph. 964-6114. tfchg Central H/A. All Theresa 3 BR, 2 lots, $22,000
carpet Hampton Lake Oaks.. beautifullots
-- -- --- ---
Home Service. 964-5606, Rt. Starke. 964-8476, David throughout. Family room Lawtey 3 BR brick, $34,000
on the water and off. See us Home and New Installation
100W. Starke, Ra. tfchg. Wainwright. 6/52tp 6/12 game room, living room, large
for details. Starke 3 BR brick, $35,000
- -- ------ ----r-------- flagstone patio, redwood deck - (Building MaterialsWE Remodeling
OFFICE SPACE Keystone 3 BR brick $46,000
WORK WANTED off living room. This stucco One of the best built homes In ,
: Carpentry all Horse and tack auction, Sat., FOR RENT BUILD
work new and old. Roofing, June 14, 2 p.m. Buy or sell Former Location Colonial \with\ natural wood siding tri- Starke. 803 W. Colley Road Peetsville' 2 BR, 4 acres, $6,500 Repairs
level Is dream. Also YOUR PLANS OURS
a family OR
repairing, additions.: No |job horses, tack, stock anything. Florist, 506 Nona St. 500 included--extra lot enormous entrance hall, living Graham 30 acre farm, $75,000
with 2-
too small. Phone 9645028. Circle T. Ranch, 1101 S.E. Square Feet. room with fireplace, dining YOUR LOT OR OURS
bedroom mobile home and Hampton 40 farm I Durrance''
I It 6/5 4tp 6/26 43rd St., Gainesville, Fla. 2 room, sun room, kitchen with acre ,
barn as income property, or three bedrooms $140,000 FREE ESTIMATES,
blocks off Highway 20 377- DeWitt C. Jones be dining area, spacious
SEWING MACHINES repaired, 0159. Funeral can sold separately. This two full baths, closets Hampton Lake 1'n ,
Bring your horses Home won't last acres, > REMODELING REPAIRS
bargain call
.all makes cleaned, oiled and anytime.. Itchg Phone 944-6200 galore, utility room, tool room, $9,200 Pump Supply
now to see. 2824649 473 ADDITIONS
adjusted $7, Work Itchg garage with half bath, heat &
guar. ------------
\\l anteed James Strickland 964- YARD SALE: Sat 14th in case 2786,2692001.. Itp.. air, large lot, fenced back yard, $9.500 Lawtey 2.75 acres, US-301,. HOMES BOUGHT SOLD Company

,f, 8733 tfchg pecan trees, assorted other trees
:: of rain Fri and Sat June 20th TRADED
-- - -- and 21st. Not responsible for Tire Sale' and flowers...You have to see to Liwtey 4.4 acres, US 301, [ ACREAGE FOR SALE 864 N. Temple Ave.
appreciate. $9.500
accidents. Many items. 613 .! .

...J- i-W-Pratt, SLClty.jtp, __ '.......Motorcycles. ... 1, Starke 7 acres US-301, $8.200Glviit 964-6853 ,Starke
4 Ply POlyestel'-r W tia e some ideal lots for your flwV"36t.... n MISCELLANEOUSi 'ff: 14 or 15'sF dream home! ..*. in the city and v 8 acres, SR 225, ( "rF'.Q 964.7061 'iY\

COLO ADO..40 ACRES, out''j.;We also have some acre- $10,000SR ;' ;: ?t:

$19.7501 Beautiful San Luis -78's $S28.2 ge.'wo.
FOR SALE: 1972 Susuki 750 cc,' 18 south 10 acres $12,500
Good farm- G-78's -
i Valley $29.19
[ : One Ice Cream Scoop recreational area. $95 down, 2tchg$1,100.6/19.Phone 9648321.6/12 H-78's S30.98 apartment houses which Uwtey 10 acres, SR 225, Olin's Subdivision

with each Oil & Oil Filter 142 payments of $95. 6 per provide a good income. You $11.000
- -
Change thru July. Faulkner's cent interest. Finance charge GLASS BELTED RADIAL could live in one apartment and Peetsville 11 acres, 2008,
Gulf Service Hwy, 100 3861. Call owner anytime. FOR SALE: 1972 Yamaha 100 rent the others ... be a Landlord $10000 I I
911 dirt bike. Transmission and STEEL ... Owner will finance. I I
806376.8690 .
Keystone 473-4279. I I I
5/15 I II
11tchg 7124ALCOHOLICS West 10th, Amarillo, Texas motor rebuilt, trailer included RADIALSGR.78's SR 100 west 17 acres, $23.000

....... ,79101 1tp. $400. 782-3752. 1tp Ne believe three new houses we US 301 north 21 acres $35,000
----'- -- .: _ -- --- ------ $45.37 have for sale in Keystone I I Ivn

;;' ANONYMOUS GARAGE SALE: Fri. and Sat. SUZUKI OF STARKE: Your HR-78'S $48.20 Heights will qualify for 5% tax New River 40 acres, $8,000 s t :p A1! 11R i U u s
rebate ... two of the houses Heilbron 50
JR-78's are
Thu $49.49 acres $57,000
only authorized
for Suzuki
( requirement 9:30: 5:00: 319 N Myrtle St. Dealer.
and $25,200 ..,
$27,200 one is
membership is a DESIRt to Baby things Stove, Phone 964-6020.( 304 East Call Hampton 62 acres, $56,500 $ Per Mo. Water &
< stop drinking. Ph. 964 7159! household items. Itp Street. GLASS BELTED All are 3 bedroom two baths / Acre Lots For Rent 25"Call
964 7619 or 964 5148. 1/2 rfchg. POLYESTER 4+2 IMth central heat & air ... We Hampton 251 acres, $185,000 Sewage Furnished
- -- -
-- ------ --- also have a larger, "arly-new Mark Olin 964.5606
P.3.TP'8 26 Hwy 100 W.
FOR SALE: $6.98 LP records F-78's $32.31 for $36,500. With a nice, large FRED SACKETT-REALTOR ,?,

$4.98, $5.98, LP for $3.98 at G-78'S 533.99 lot and many extras* 205 N. Temple(US-301))
safe and fast with
Dahmer's Discount. 2/27 t WANTED H-78'S 904/9646522,4681642
J $35.55
I GoBese Tablets & E
-Vap 26tchg 8/25 Just 26 miles from Starke ... Silver -

"water-pills" Andrews -- -.-------- Thomas OilCompany Lake Estates, Interlachen.
"1 Pharmacy 356 W.' Madison, 70' on clear water by 150' deep INSURANCEAT BULK TANKS
p Starke 6/12 5tp 7/10. GARAGE SALE: 1020 E. Call
WANTED: Odd jobs, painting, ... Furnished, concrete block, REDUCFD RATES
Street Sat. June 14th. Itchg. electrical work, carpentry, by air, 2 bedroom, 1 bath, kitchen-
--- -- -
WEIGHT safely & fastgwith job or by hour. All work guar. 4246 603 S. Wa Inut St; dining area, living room with

.' X-11 Diet Plan, $3. FOR SALE: 5 Holstein, Angus, anteed. No job too large or Starke, Florida fireplace...$22,5501! DOYLE E. CONNER CANNON

.". REDUCE Excess Fluids with Herford cross Heffers over 2 too small. Bill Underwood, INSURANCE AGENCYLOW

X-Pal, $3. KOCH DRUG. 2/6 months old. Call 7823188. Star Route, Hampton. 6/5 2tp PRICE INCLUDES ALL Home E) business approx. 1 RATE MOBILE HOME

15tchg 6/12 ltp------ 6/12 TAXESANDMOUNTING 112/ acres on 301 South ample INSURANCE CHG & SONS

---- ----- tl highway frontage owner will 1
finance reliable party. This
LOSE WEIGHT: Fight fat with FOR SALE: 283 Chevy engine, has unlimited possibilities "

proven Kelcithin B capsules. completely rebuilt. Country r NELP WaiTED J- property, $ SAVE $ L. P. Gas Service

Andrews Drug, Keystone Garage. 964-7942. Itchg

."y. Heights 6/5 5tp 73MANAGER- .FOR'SALE- -:Diamond-----needles---tor I REAL ESTATE J Cecelia T. Terwillegar FRED DAVIS Cooking Heating Hot Water

Real Estate Broker GMC TRUCKS
any stereo, over 247 different mature
lady to work 3 or 4 hours each 206W. Madison Ave. For Bulk
ones, we have them all. Dah- LITTLE or Cylinder
mer's Discount. day. Must have own transportation $675 Per Acre .ALTOR'
;> n ._ __ tfchg.- Apply in person JoLu 39 Acres 2600 ft. Hiway office 964-7776 a f SAVE YOU A LOT" TF

'< Motel.6/5 2tchg 6/12 Frontage, 1300 ft., grade road. home 964-5145 GREEN COVE SPRINGS-* Call 782-3668
TRAINEESBelieve FOR SALE: Do it yourself by
Part in good timber, Call owner,
12 inch tile.with stick on back
533.2208 after 5 All
now at Dahmer's Discount.

2/27 26tchg 8/25 AUTOMOBILESUSED Sat & Sun. i .\ .DSMOIIII. -:'

it or not, hard work --------- S.\I.I-\I:: "'|-.:|It1I'I'Fhm'sr I II '

and dedication CAN take you Call Bill 9646464Sat Powell, Broker I ......liiinnf I ..f',I('u r.
top. : '
'I'lIk1I1I1I I'culill;", 1'1.;adv.eel .
been disillusioned by pre Sales, service, installation, REGISTERED REAL .'
N.\t. i Iatli: ::1.-:1111; : ::
viols lobs that have lead to reel-reel FOR SALE: 1952 Studebackerwill &Sun ESTATE BROKER US. 301 Lawtey
Ii \1"II.U;: :
Call 533 2208
nowhere..Now. It'* time to run but needs some work. 206 South Water StreetPAUL&IRENEFAULKNER it
tapes,cassettes, radios. Work
become traineefor Phone 782-3080. Itp.
a manager ,
guaranteed. 118 Court, 964-
Eagle Family Discount --- .-----.
7329. tfchg. 9645065Call 1931/t2 tX 8
Stores. At Eagle, you'reworking FOR SALE: 1973 Ford Gran $38.000 3 BR, 2 Bath CH&A
------------ ,
for a company that FOR SALE: 38 Snub nose )handgun Torino S.W, Good condition, One Acre Lot. 1,656 sq. ft. living Us. We Have Several New

recognize and rewards $24.95 $3,000 4962468. Itp. area 1 ', miles Listings of Homes ft Acreages.
result $55 22 hand guns ... ,... / out of City Limits Country Eiararl-:
from -- --- ----- of Starke.
25 automatic guns ::;
: $49.95. Dahmers Discount. FOR SALE: 1969 Chevelle: For Sale: 2 Story house close to 2'/T\ Acre Tracts Up to 150

tfchg Super Sport 396 cubic Inches Acres. Morgan Road Phone 964-7942
town. Upstairs furnished
ii I you've got the aggressive apt.
--,-- 4 speed transmission
-- -- downstairs 3 BR. ,
Mss necessary to pursue inquire at 964.5161,1tp.HOUSES .
your career objectives on a 30 acres with good timber, Spring Sp.clals'
long term basis, you're the FOR SALE: Good used color I paved road front. 4 miles N. of

type of person we need to and black &white TV, stoves, Starke, terms.Commercial A.J.Thomas. Realtor Tune.Ups Disc Brakes Motors Overhauled

grow with us. To find out refrigerators, furniture & air fOR SALE 2UN.. W.fnu1St.

more about the attractive conditions. BARGAIN CEN- building: block construction Tel. 914- 1e2 6 Cyl $3850 Clutch Repair

starting salary and outstanding TER, U.S. 301 South. tfchg. I 2,400 sq. ft. 1 acre
benefit Apply ... .... land Starke. $750 Parts & Labor
program. : 3 miles from
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ST., FOR SALE: 1974 12 x 64 Mobile bedroom frame dwelling, liv, Val" Jobs
t 312 W.
Home 2 BR air, washer-dryer. rm., krtch.;din. &Fla Rm., very Plus Parts. Extra For Turning Disc.
'STARKE, FLA., 04.t47J1J, i-OR SALE: Case pocket knives 19 acres, Lawtey, good timber
Excellent) condition. Small clean and nice, 1 acre land., out
COLLECT, 3056884J1 now at Oahmers Discount
> CALL, Ext. 22. 61, or 74. Dlroc tfchg. equity, assume |payments.. 'Terms. of city price 1368000. 8'Cyl 'Brake Jobs front End

904 6/12 - -
964-5493. evenings.
of Personnel., - 4tp.- 7/3. 176 acres Brooker area. Some H1g''"'and' dry' lots suitable for $1000 $5000 Rebail inl'

rAn FOR SALE: Mobile Home Parts planted pines.. conventional and/or mobile I
.J and supplies. OLIN'S MOBILE homes. Some with water fronton Drum .
FOR SALE 3 BR, 2 bath kick Plus Parts Type
: 1 to 10 acres open land. 4 Miles I
.Jt HOMES SALES, Hwy 100 beautiful
BLII!! home in Starke, carpet' from Starke.. Home sites only. Lake.
:t W. Starka, 964-6608 tfchg.. 'I'-. ..- -- -.-

.-. ---, .---.--- ---. cluded.draperies Phone, appliances 473-2039 after'in- 1 to 2" acres,mobile home. sites, 1020.40 LARGER ACREAGE Charles Green Air CORditi'RiRI Service

J FOR SALE: I960 Chevy 1'PU,, 6 p.m./or .weekends, tfchg. N.W, of Starke Terms. TRACTS. Financing. available on '

large utility body, ladder rack, -----------, somajOffices,. Leaton Open All Day Saturday I

Equal! Opportunity new tires, 81,000 miles, ex- -FOR SALE: 3 Houses on two .George Roberts Real Estate and/or; :- (Buddy)

Employer cellent mechanical condition. Iota 767 N. Grand 964-5410 or ,a6/-1112ecr9646693 business or storage Morgan Road 964.942 4tehp4(34.6/1a .
for Call St. ; >
spaces' rent on
,1 L1Matthews
f-- (695. Call 984-6081., rfchg: ,,964-86271200 and assume tf
--...----...-....-- mortgage), 1tp. ,
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II NYC Creates 100 Jobs For YouthsSTARKE State Dismisses Case
Population Study
More than 100 cants from families receiving I
Jobs will be available to young welfare are automatically eli- Against Game Warden

people of Bradford and union gible, she said.Employees Set In Brooker c:
Counties this summer throughthe ; in the programare The case against Jim Schatzof Schatz or a member of his
Neighborhood Youth paid the minimum wage of Camp Blanding, Game & party. Marklee Starling, who
Corps (NYC), according to $2 per hour for working 30 Fresh Water Fish Com signed an affidavit on March The Division of Population sary. ,'*
NYC Field Supervisor Debra hours per week. Many mission employe charged with 24 said that a shot had apparently Studies, University of Florida It is requested by lhe.yty
trespassing on "fenced, cultivated been fired from the that consumers pay their
Williams. students save the money for will conduct a population,
The employes range from 14 college while others use the or posted land," was hunt club land through the census of Brooker during the water bills at the city hall on
to 22 years of age accordingto $00 per week to buy clothes or nolle pressed in County Court fence,at a turkey in the Camp last of June or the first part of Saturdays from 8 a.m. to-12:
Mrs. Williams, wife of Rep. necessities to supplement the, here last Thursday by attor- Blanding Wildlife Manage- July, it was announced at a noon, or send In their remittances ;;! -
Frank Williams.They work in family income, Mrs. Williams ney Gene Shaw, Starke repre- ment area. Blanding was meeting of the Brooker City by mail.
sentative of the State At- closed to turkey shooting at
city county,state and federal says. Council Tuesday night.
agencies in the two counties. NYC programs also include torney's office.In that time the affidavit said. The new figures are neededfor Flea Mkt.'To!
There are 83 positions in jobs during the school year. his plea day appearance use in the State revenue
Bradford and 23 in Union, she Mrs. Williams said there were Schatz had entered a plea of After reporting the incidentto sharing program which is
said. five positions of 28 hours per not guilty and asked for a non- the Game Commission based on population. Open In WaldoA
Jobs range from clerical to week and 22 positions for stu- jury trial before Shaw enteredthe with no resulting action L1ISVSk\S Volunteers are needed, and
maintenance during the nine- dents who worked two hours nolle prosequi.The against Schatz, members of :,I anyone who would like to 500-unit flea market.'said
week program scheduled to after school this past term. charge arose from an the club wrote to Governor t4 assist may contact City Clerk to be the,largest in the South,
begin in mid-June. Applications The federally funded NYC incident allegedly occurring Askew asking him to",inter Joyce Castlen. is scheduled to open in July on
are still being reviewedfor program has been in existencefor last March 22 when a memberof vene In the matter. ; In other action at the Tues- a site on U.S. 301, one mile
the program, Mrs. the past 11 years. Therewas the Clay Gully Hunt Club uI + day meeting the council voted
north of Waldo,
according to
said Schatz on land In a letter to the hunt club '
was seen
Williams says. Persons are no cut-back in funds this to go along with the national
leased the club and that last week however Glen E. f developer Campen of
by a ,
accepted on the basis of yap, Mrs. Williams says. flood insurance program, and Hawthorne.
family size and income._ Appli turkey had been shot either by"Where Sapp, investigator for the / t decided to call for bids in Julyon Campen said he plans' to
State Attorney's office in
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all city jobs including gar-
said that build the 500 sheltered stallson
Starke an Information -
bage collection, water meter
a 40-acre tract Half of the
was filed in the case and a
reading, meter installationand land is set aside for
summons mailed to the Clay
IITakes and
repair mowing city
County Sheriff's Office where with six open' barns built on
it was served on Schatz for his streets.An receivedand the other half Campen said.
appearance in court here on "I did have all my credits, didn't I?" Debbie Edwards application was The building permit is pend-
June 5. ..: seems to be asking as she waits anxiously aft Mrs. Betty Shu- approved from Tommy ing with only technical information -
___ Raulerson of Brooker to
tu about the
PIGGLY ford hunts for her diploma after graduation Friday night.OneForMe drainage
Laryngitis offers become an unpaid "reservedeputy" system necessary for completion
one com-
in Brooker for the according to the Alachua
A Lot pensation people will ?
1 believe anything If' you purpose of training for police County development coordin
whisper it. work. Raulerson said he ator. \
-Lou Alexander Things got a little tense for a few graduating seniors at would be available in case of Campen said the barns 'Will
Of Bradford High last Friday night when it took a few minutesto emergencies, since Brookerhas be the length of a football field
Bad Checks make sure a student was entitled to a diploma after turning not had a city marshal for
in his cap and gown. several years. After training, The building permit lists
(From Page 1)) "Of course, these aren't really diplomas," Class President he would be available for full construction costs at $50,000,
PlanningTo Donnie Neel told the crowd present for perfect weather for a time police work if the city and completion is scheduledfor
members contacted by the graduation at the Bradford High football stadium. Principal should decide this is neces- July.
governors is expected to be Charles Francis told the 240 graduates he wished he could
favorable and that the Chamber graduate with them. Acc.pt.d o Gimmick. *
Get wants to help in any way it "Make A Song of Your Life" was the topic of Dr. Andrew
can.A. Robinson of the University of North Florida. "It takes '
:. drive is currently under patience and planning to catch angels" Dr. Robinson ] l iciiiiw( ; l
in which the
A way governorsare warned. "Get your stuff together," the former classmate of
contacting Chamber
Starke Elementary Principal Carl Clark at Florida A & M
members in an effort to learn University told the seniors..
how the organization can "If you start out with a fishy sandwich, it's difficult to 13M 7Is
StoreRight better serve its members.In change the taste," Dr. Robinson told the graduates. "Begin : JJ'iJ(;! (]; Jl1l]

other action, the today" he said "living your life as you would like it to be."
Chamber board: The class song, sung by Mrs. Carol Milner echoed the
-Was told that only one speaker's sentiments: "Tomorrow may be too late, my 473.4470.473.4078 IIa
response was received from friend to pass this way again."
the Chamber's letter to Sen. He has learned about one thing every decade of his life, Dr.
Bob Saunders, Sen. Fran Robinson said,and is now in the fourth decade going on five. I- ..iic
MacKay and Rep. Dr. Robinson imparted the four things he has learned to the '75 Datsun Trucks :r

Williams supporting the seniors. In Stock.Oran Oa Long S.d,Sunburst, IO .R.gutar b.d'Many. ...
The Customer Is Really superintendent of schools' Supt. Jim Temple called the class a "real credit to ... Mon to Prom;, Including I Auto. Trans. Modell. moo.iN .
position to maintain the same Bradford High School." Trucks H..I New Car Warranty And Navo Nov.r ...n TItI.d. ,1
dollar value funding in 1975-76 SOD MILS or less. Pr.m. ""I,
Comfortable In Their Shopping"rGI&IY as 197475.allocated Sen. Saunders by the state, chair-in Head StortGraduotes54 Evidence. . a::. $3094 DII"

man of the Senate Ways and (From Page 1)) 3

Means Committee responded hearing a continuance until, II '74 Pinto Wagons ...
74 Mazda ..
saying position of he Supt.supported Jim Templeand the S. Nearly 300 persons gatheredat both 14 was granted to allow Ie Lu.On..Or.n.... .OCk... AulD On. Lt.Trans.. Born with .114 With Lu..... ..c.... Rom C
CUBB Economic Agency's attorneys more time in C Country 1q01.. 4-lpd. Born S/lvar/ /.Spd.Mod....Rx2 with
the Chamber. Bradford County Head Start the preparation of their cases. hw. P.e AC Low Ml .... '.SOO Mil... Both H... P.c. Air n
: -Voted to send a letter to a IIQOO a It.OOO MII..I. Your Condo Your Cholc. !!:
Center at the RJE School The 37 year old Taylor is
: : SPECIALPURCHASE Sen.Richard Lawton Stone and Chiles Sen.Don Building in Starke Thursday charged with the November hoI". ,$3099 $3499

Fuqua about ,the Chamber's Rep. evening.. May 29, for Head 30, 1971 murders of Bobbie L. ml 0a
l" Start graduation exercises. Turner, 38, Valerie Turner, 16
f am.. '".ot'.rs concern problems about the and nation'senergy lack of Fifty-four graduates and Patricia Marr 22. The M' '74 Valiants M
received diplomas. Mrs. Sally bodies of the two older women 74 Vega Kammback
solutions. Z Oron.. It.. Wag. Auto Trail., ..1...2.Dr.HT IDustorb. Oroon -:..;
Nelson, executive director of were found In Mrs. Turner'sbeauty
iBwGJci) riJrn i !J With P.c AC. and I..ODD
WL I -Was told the date of the RAN P.c. Air Condo Lugg.g..Dr.
QoaaQ Calf Scramble is CUBB Economic Agency, was shop between Key- S ..ck. ..roolll PrieN Mil..O/h H.ve.Tr.n.B Z r
upcoming ."
the speaker. Daniel Gibbs stone Heights and Melrose on I.nl
Open Mon Wed 9 to 8 Oct. $2475 !
4.Was Head Start project director the day of the murders.
thanked Pres.-
Thurs Sat 9 to 9 Sun 12 to 6 1 Elect- Davis for their by presented award certificatesto Valerie's body was found near V
presenceat several parents for out- Starke in June 1972. seven C ""I

U. S. 301 Starke. Fl aWt board poorest the meeting.turnout the It chamber was the ing standing the term.Entertainment volunteer. work dur- months later.Speculations. 3 '74 GMC' Tons '74 Mar IV IIa
has had .
J in recent years. On. "V" ltd. Tron. Rid a y.lI.w With P.dd.d N
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present, barely a several songs by the .olh LWB WI'". ...... Prim It.na Tilt Whl. OOOr Locks
children and a performanceby 24.000 Mil. C
(From Page 1)) ::
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., coordinator
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Page 18
TELEGRAPII June 1%, 1975II

Creates 100 Jobs For YouthsSTARKE State Dismisses CaseAgainst

More than 100 cants from families receiving Population StudySet
jobs will be available to young welfare are automatically eli- Game WardenThe ;t

people of Bradford and union gible, she said.Employees .
Counties this summer throughthe in the programare case against Jim Schatzof Schatz or a member of his In Brooker
Neighborhood Youth paid the minimum wage of Camp Blanding, Game & party. Marklee Starling, who
Corps (NYC), according to $2 per hour for working 30 Fresh Water Fish Com signed an affidavit on March ..
NYC Field Supervisor Debra hours per week. Many mission employe charged with 24 said that a shot had apparently The Division of Population sary. Jftfc
Williams. students save the money for trespassing on "fenced, culti- been fired from the J Studies, University of Florida, It Is requested by thecjty
The employes range from 14 college while others use the vated, or posted land," was hunt club land, through the will conduct a populationcensus that consumers pay their
to 22 years of age, according $l r>o per week to buy clothes or nolle pressed in County Court fence, at a turkey in the Camp L1 of Brooker during the water bills at the city hall on
to Mrs. Williams\ wife of Kep. necessities to supplement the, here last Thursday by attor Blanding Wildlife Management Y41r'B, last of June or the first part of Saturdays from 8 a.m. 1o 12
Frank Williams.They work in family income, Mrs. Williams ney Gene Shaw, Starke representative area. Blanding was July, it was announced at a noon, or send in their remittances
city,county, state, and federal says. of the Stale At- closed to turkey shooting at meeting of the Brooker City by mail. '
agencies in the two counties. NYC programs also include torney's office.In that time, the affidavit said. Council Tuesday night. "/ ,
There are 83 positions in jobs during the school year. his plea day appearance The new figures are needed FleaMkt.ToSOpen
Bradford and 23 in Union, she Mrs. Williams said there were Schatz had entered a plea of After reporting the incident for use In the State revenue ;
said. five positions of 28 hours per not guilty and asked for a non- to the Game Commission ,I sharing program which is
Jobs range from clerical to week and 22 positions for students jury trial before Shaw entered with no resulting action r. '' ? based on population.Volunteers In WaldoA
maintenance during the nine- who worked two hours the nolle prosequi. against Schatz, members of fly ?rl are needed, and ,
week program scheduled to after school this past term. The charge arose from an the club wrote to Governor anyone who would like to 500-unit flea market,'said
begin in mid-June. Applications The federally funded NYC incident allegedly occurring Askew asking him to inter- assist may contact City Clerk to be the largest in the South,
are still being reviewedfor program has been in existence last March 22 when a memberof vene in the matter. Joyce Castlen. is scheduled\ to in
the program, Mrs. for the past 11 years. There the Clay Gully Hunt Club ( In other action at the Tues; a site on U.S.open 301, July on
Williams says. Persons are was no cut-back in funds this said Schatz was seen on land In a letter to the hunt'club day meeting the council votedto north of Waldo, one mile
accepted on the basis of year, Mrs. Williams says. leased by the club and that a last week, however, Glen E. go along with the national developer Ben according, to
family size and income. Appli- turkey had been shot either by"Where Sapp, investigator for the flood insurance program, and Hawthorne. Campen of
Stale Attorney's office in : decided to call for bids in Julyon said he
Starke, said that an'informa all city jobs, including gar- build Campen the 500 sheltered plans; to
t tion was filed in the case and a bage collection, water meter stallson
a tract, Half
ItTakes summons mailed to reading, meter installation
the Clay land Is set aside for
Jvr\ parking,
County Sheriff's Office where :" t and repair, and mowing city with six open' barns built, on
it was! served on Schatz for his streets.An the other half,
try appearance in court here on "I did have all my credits didn't I?" Debbie Edwards application was received The building Campen is said.
June 5. ; __ seems to be asking as she waits anxiously as Mrs. Betty Shu- and approved from Tommy ing with only technical information pend-
PIGGLY ii ford hunts for her diploma after graduation Friday night Raulerson, of Brooker, to about the -
Laryngitis offers one become an unpaid "reserve
compensation -
A Lot deputy" in Brooker for the system necessary for completion
1 people will
believe anything If you One For Me? purpose of training for police County, according development to the Alachua coordinator

whisper it. work. Raulerson said he
-Lou Alexander Things got a little tense for a few graduating seniors at would be available in case of s
OfPlanning Campen said the barns 'Will
Bad Bradford High last Friday night when it took a Few minutes emergencies, since Brookerhas be the length of
Checks. a football field
to make sure a student was entitled to a diploma after tur- not had a city marshal for
ning in his cap and gown. several years.'After training, The building permit lists
0 (From Page) "Of course, these aren't really diplomas," Class President he would be available for full construction costs at $50,000,
members contacted by the Donnie Neel told the crowd present for perfect weather for a time police work if the city and completion is scheduled
governors Is expected to be graduation at the Bradford High football stadium. Principal should decide this is neces- for July.
favorable, and that the Cham Charles Francis told the 240 graduates he wished he could
To Get graduate with
ber wants to help in any way it them. o immic a *
"Make A Song of Your Life fccopteld
was the topic of Dr. Andrew
can.A drive is Robinson of the University of North Florida. "It takes

A way in which currently the governorsare under patience and planning to catch angels," Dr. Robinson f I]iiiiw;
t contacting Chamber Starke warned. "Get your stuff together," the former classmate of
Elementary Principal Carl Clark at Florida
members In an effort to learn A & M
University told the
StoreRight how better the serve organization its .can "If you start out with seniors.a fishy sandwich, it's difficult to d
other action, the today change,"the he said taste," Dr. Robinson told the graduates. "Begin 13a Jrnul] I JI1 !
Chamber board: "living your life as you would like it to be."
-Was told that < only one The class song, sung by Mrs. Carol Milner, echoed the

response was received from friend speaker's, to sentiments this : "Tomorrow" may be too late, my a 473.4470.473.4078 OC
pass way again
the Chamber's letter
to Sen.
has learned about one thing every decade of his life Dr.
Bob Saunders, Sen. ,
Robinson said, and is now in the III
MacKay, and Rep. Fran Dr. Robinson fourth decade, going on five. .i
Williams supporting the imparted the four things he has learned to the '75 Datsun Trucks
The :
Customer Is Really superintendent of schools' Jim In Stock.Orang.Lon1.d, Sunburst IO' R'bed, .
position to maintain the same Supt. Temple "called the class a "real credit to Moro N Chow. From, Includlny AuIO, Trans. ModdL Tbea ""
Bradford High School. M Truck. nave N.w Car Warranty And H.v. .
Savor Bean Titled.r
Comfortable dollar value funding! in 197576as 500 MIL 0' L.... ',om. "II
In Their Shopping"f' allocated by the state in Head Evidence. 7
1974-75. Sen. Saunders, chairman StartGraduates . a $3094

of the Senate Ways andeans (From<<, Page I 1)) Ir a
M Committee, responded 54
hearing a continuance until 0 '74 Pinto Wagons
saying he supported the '
position of Supt. Jim Nearly 300 persons gathered 14 was granted to allow -: 0.. Or..... Auto Tr.n. with 74 Mazda Wagons 3
Templeand at CUBU Economic Agency'sBradford both time in Lu//ap Rack. On. Lt. Blue WIIIS'varyith LI..... RtIt 10.11 C
the Chamber. attorneys more
/' .
'rG4 Voted to send a letter to County Head Start the preparation of their cases. tCountry,.c.Squl.10'. Low alt. 1.500 Mil4Spd. '" Hey.qx.c.with Air n
"X SPECIALPURCHASE Sen. Lawton Chiles, Sen. Center at the RJE School The 37 year old Taylor is a M00N A 11AC001 MIHYour Co.,. You Clloleo. tit

( Richard Stone, and Kep. Don Building in Starke Thursday charged with the November II Cllolc.. $3099 $3499 aE
Fuqua about the Chamber's evening May 29, for Head 30, 1971 murders of Bobbie L.
amI.ty '''.ter'$ concern about the nation's Start graduation exercises. Turner, 38, Valerie Turner, 16 :I
Y M energy problems and lack of Fifty-four graduates and Patricia Marr, 22. The a.
solutions. received diplomas. Mrs. Sally bodies of the two older women '74 Vega Kammback '74 Valiants ,
iBwci ) tht iJlDrni! -Was told the date of the Nelson executive director of were found in Mrs. Turner's Z Or.... I... w... Auto Tr.n.. 1.1...2.D,..HT. IDut.r Grlln ...
CUBB Economic Agency, was beauty shop between .AH. ,.c. Air Co... Lu..... 4-Dr. With .c AC. and 14.000
Calf Key- a
upcoming Scramble! is Rack. .r"lit ",IC.. Mllaa 10.11 H.v.Auto. Tr.n.A
Open Mon Wed 9 to 8 Oct. the speaker. Daniel) Gibbs, stone Heights and Melrose on Slam' "6.<. Prom, Z
Thurs Sat 9 to 9 Sun 12 to 6 -4.Was thanked by Pres.- Head Start project director, the day of the murders. i. SZ575'- -
Elect Davis for their presence presented award certificatesto Valerie's body was found near II $2475"U
at the meeting. It was, the several parents for out- Starke in June 1972, seven C
U. S. 301 Starke poorest turnout the chamber standing volunteer work during months later.Speculations.. "I
Fla board has had in recent years. the term.Entertainment. :3 '74 GMC Tons '74 Mark IV IIa

Only nine board members highlightswere 0.. "a" std, Tr.... Red A Yellow With Will. ".dd.. a
several by the Whlta. 0.. "I" .Auto. Tr.n. Roof. Laadad. 'ncl. Cruill.
were present, barely, a children and a performance a Io1I LWI WI... ...... Prom 1'0. Till Wit,. Door L.ckb .
quorum. (From (Page I II 24.000 MIlII. C
by the Head Start Jazz Band e 0 $2488 $7488 "I
I former principal at Starke II
and Hampton Elementary >

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Motor Home
began his career as a science _
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director .
of the middle school, h..1r Cond. Ready For V'Clllon.
d+Yae1 and under Temple went to the .

county office as curriculum .
,,r STARKE PHONE 9646200RENTAL coordinator.

Kilpatrick came to Brad- ::I

a w: ., h" HOSPITAL BEDS. WALKERS. WHEEL CHAIRS ford County two years and five IE '73 Mazda Wagons '73 AMC Gremlin
CRUTCHES months ago when Supt. Yellow .XI and .Iu. 10. ,R.ck
Temple was elected. a A PM) Toth Auto T'.n..1r. L.v.ed.r with .I.ck Vinyl. In' 5
He is a RAH.'u.o. .
former I.Co. Your Cltolc. Sp.Cial .
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