Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 18, 1974
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of HeavenVol.


No.39 Thursday,April 18, 197-1 Copy


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BuildingInspector Package Set


A Bradford County building
inspector went to work --

Tuesday morning, ending a bm.iij For Teachers
three month search and a big
problem for Zoning Director : J

L, M. Gaines.

William D. Wood, 57, who j:4 j\ cost-of-living pay ra ise package totaling some

lives in Keystone Club Estatesin is in store for Br adford County teachers fore

Keystone Heights, was Supt. Jim Tempi has told a committee of
I employed Monday by Gaines : representatives t> the Bradford Education
Wood from Free- f
1, originally .
donia, New York, has lived in
Keystone Heights for a year. committee of schoc,1 teachers met with Supt.

He has worked in both housingand and BEA Presiden t Louise Koren in Temple'sn

commercial construction, Monday night for a information session. Then

and has 20 years experienceas 1 z were anxious to pi down approximately what
a journeyman carpenterand At
mill wright welder. ; will receive in 197 1-75 under Temple's com-
PdlUttAWltRAIE to put 75 ce nt of all state monieso
d M per new
Wood will work full time and t
will be paid $6,000 per year by T r'F1MK0. I Two inmates from into the county int, a cost of living salary in-

the county.There is also some N pelOA ,.. Correctional for teachers.

consideration being given by escaped Monday superintendent said Monday night that present
the City of Starke to ask for was carrying a load- of the State De partment of Education seea
Wood to inspect the city'sbuildings to County total of in
if the city con- plates receiving $450,000 new
tributes $3,000 per year to the spokesman said. in the upcoming Iget year which begins July

Bradford County Building James G, of $450,000, which Temple indicated is a

Department.Wood 't Jimmy Stephens, estimate of new funds, would equala
according to Director way out of the
L i .
Gaines, will check on mobile A \ was parked at the the board
$1,000 across
the driver in Starke. in the three-hour
home anchoring, proper
He said there
setting up of mobile homes, Miss America didn't get away from the 1971 county fair Here 13-year-old Jeffrey Norman, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. Akridge stopped ever giving an exact salary increase.
look for building being done without being presented a flat of huge Bradford strawberries M. Norman, Jr. gets a chance most any teenage boy would home on Bessent of money per teacher are 262 teachers. also told
without a permit, and inspect from Norman's Farms on SK-2.il west of Law tey leap at as he presents the berries to Miss Rebecca Ann Kingof miles east of told the seven The committee was
residential and Iowa. 1 and present that it will that any benefits package
both com- p.m
$270,000 to teachers would be a part of the increase -
mercial construction. Asked if discover the escape give
such as the four per
the new building inspector A rope hanging cent retirement contributionthe
would run out of something to Berries Finally Show Delayed BloomStrawberry of the trailer had county will have to pick up
do, Gaines replied: been used by the and the SchoolBoar's
"If he does, I'll be a sur- reach the participation in a

prised man." plants were berries by the last of next Carter,and Lloyd Griffis were Delayed by freeze damagein climbing out 5)A health insurance plan for
The county has already putting on a long delayed flushof week if good weather con- shipping from 700 to 900 flats late February, and too cut in the top of school personnel. Cost of a
taken in $500 in building Gaines bloom and young fruit this tinues," Norman said. per day from the Lawtey much rain in early March, the Both white males single person's hospitalization
permits in April, week and growers describedthe market, and prices were bushes are just now "peakingout" loading the trailer policy under the plans which
pointed out,which totals some outlook as hopeful if cool, The county's three biggest ranging from $3.50 to1, with a heavy crop of driver stepped the board two weeks ago gave
$176,000 in new he construction."By makes five. clear weather hold for anothertwo growers, Norman, Morris Norman said. bloom arjf*fruit, Norman said. operation for a permission to have bids askedis
the time Open
weeks. minutes, expected to be $1 t:> per
inspections (on new con-
Administrative month, or $180 per year.
struction) he's had a week's L. M. Norman, Jr. said he There is a possibility. the
work," Gaines added. was picking from 25 to 30 flats Douglas Romine. County Farmers teachers receive a Sl.uoo
have chance to sell may
Wood's employment bringsthe per acre at present Instead of The Cleaner Plans had been to a when pay increase plus the benefits
Doyle consumers an
county zoning office staffto the 50 or better he should made including market package Temple indicated
two and a half employees: normally be picking per acre metal braces to at produce Starke's State under questioning by Mrs]
Director Gaines, Woods, and at this time. "But it looks like )ports for the small open Koren.
Secretary Janet Turner who we will be picking lots of which the two men Market May 9. Under questioning initiated

works half a day. The ex- themselves of vegetables and by BEA Vice-President
panding office moved Sells To KH Man detected. and other Wayne McLeod, Temple
Tuesday to new quarters Gnskins Appointed The driver will have an op- stated he prefers giving an
upstairs In the county courthouse trailer after to sell to anyone who across the board pay increase,
Room 237. The requestfor To Poultry GroupArthur completed) but did like to get fresh farm rather than a set
Afar 47 years in the dry having served six years including Washington Street in a small giving
larger quarters was made the hiding at a reasonable
business two as chairman in concrete block building in percentage of a person's
Gaskins of cleaning including
by Games to the County Lawtey were stacked over lor their table or ireezer salary. Under the
has been to 28 years in Starke, J. D. the 1960's.Doyle back of Mrs Florence
appointed utter
a one-
1 the
April the
Commission on men
using that the market will method, with
term the American Doyle,Doyle The Cleaner, has Brown's home, which faces persons
year on
went into the beams and
Farm Bureau Federation sold his East Call Street dry Walnut Street. support has not been set but higher salaries would receivea
Council cleaning business in 1927 with sides.
Lawtey is the that it larger increase since the
business Paul C. of possibility
to Stegall "The business
(AFBF) Poultry Advisory the Federal Government in grew so fast The trail of the from same percentage of a larger
open 47pm
Committee. Keystone Heights and things got so crowded"that
Meets TonightThe the Quartermaster's Corps. In never established number is larger.
As member of this Stegall took over Tuesdayand the next Doyle Manager Bob Allen
a com 1925 he settled in Starke and year even though local McLeod said there is no waya
Lawtey City Council mittee, Gaskins will help to will name the cleaning establishment was employed with Phoenix moved his fast-expanding reported several County Agent Bobby making $10.(KM) can
will have a called meeting review the policies of this Paul's Drive-In Utility, which at the time business to East Call Street them. Bloodhounds urge all interested person from ground if he
Thursday, April 18, at 7:30: more than two million Cleaner's. Doyle will remainin installed power lines and a next door to what is now Cash able to detect the to contact them for keep losing
p.m. in the city hall. City national farm organization in the business in an advisory small sub-station here for and Carry Tires, but was then men due to and suggestions does not get a larger increase$7.ooo
Clerk Lucile Shuford said this the poultry area and to make capacity for an undetermined Florida Power and Light. occupied by a thriving A and Romine said.Stephens the market. than a person thinks earning it better to
will be a business session for recommendations to the period, he said Tuesday. P Food Store. lie made his 31, is 5 produce expected to Temple those
the purpose of discussing AFBF Board of Directors for Now 68, Doyle is a long time On Oct. 5, 1946 Doyle final move to West Call Street, ches tall and sold at the market are give most with help lowest to salaries.
plans for the proposed water its consideration in policy Starke businessman and a founded his dry cleaning the present location of the and
system with representativesof execution. former city councilman, business in Starke on business, in 1950. (See Page ) eggs pecans. Mrs] Koren pointed out that,
the city's engineering firm after going over the entire list
and the FHA. of teachers and administrators -
it was found that only 52

1 Skeleton Found Near Key, ..tone Dumpscene people each increase.person would Mrs.receives Koren be "hurt"the said same she if

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Establishing positive identi- Beach in Volusia County, has ducted from a shopping center Mrs Albert Bauer and a is about two miles westof of the skeletal remains were 200 teachers, rather than the
fication and the cause of death reported that the body is parking lot. The girl's car was friend were called to Bradford Keystone Heights, about 200 recovered. It was obvious the 52 other personnel already
remains the focal point of possibly that of Barbara found at a Valdosta, Ga. County to identify articles of yards north off SR-100 on a victim had been there, the drawing a higher salary and
Jl Bradford County's investigation Bauer, 17, missing since last motel clothing and jewelry found road) now blocked by a fence, sheriff estimates as long as who are mostly administrators -
into a skeleton, thought to September 6 after being ab The Telegraph learned that with the skeleton. and about 50 feet off that dirt six to nine months. The .
be that of a teenaged girl from Remains of the body have road. skeletal remains were scat- The teachers have been
Volusia County, found near since last Thursday been in The body was covered by a- tered over the immediate promised a salary increase
the Keystone Heights dump, Starke Man Shoots WifeA possession of Dr. Robert small oak tree which was cut area. since last fall when bus
just off SR-100 last Wed- Klein, pathologist at Alachua and simply thrown over the Recovered were the drivers, cafeteria workers,
nesday, AprillO. Starke man, D. L. DePoe, Arrangements were made General Hospital, for examination remains. The tree laying over remains, including all the and maintenance personnel
The Public Is InvitedTo 42, is charged in Columbia Tuesday to have DePoe for the cause of death the skeleton was matched to teeth by sifting through the received raises, but teachersdid
Sheriff Dolph Reddish, still County with assault with released when a $2,500 bond and positive identification the stump Sheriff Reddish dirt in the area. The teeth not. Supt. Temple has
Book Fair working on a two year investi- intent to murder his estrangedwife was posted for him. DePoe Sheriff Reddish expects Dr. said. were the most important promised since that th
and gation into the deaths of three Mrs Emma Jean lives at 612 E. WashingtonStreet Klein to make a positive iden- "It was obvious, upon a find Reddish says. teachers would benefit from
Open House Keystone Heights women DePoe 34, after he shot her ,Starke. He is employedat tification by late this week, preliminary investigation, Also found were two rings, the next new monies the
BHS Library including the finding of a five times in a Lake City the Standard Oil bulk plantin probably Friday that it was a body," Sheriff one ear ring, and a locket, one county will receive.
skeleton under similar conditions
Sunday,April 21 found last convenience store where she Starke. Dr. Klein's: efforts to Reddish states. A great many slide (shoe), a cut-off pair of During the three-hour
to the one is employed.Mrs. blue shorts session Monday night, the
identify the skeleton are jean a pullover
Wednesday, is probing care-
DePoe was describedin Satellite Nursing centered around restructuringthe type shirt, and underwear all superintendent never
fully, particularly he, and step- fair condition Tuesday after teeth, all of which were Crosby Man in very deteriorated condition. promised a specific amountfor
by-step into is what Bradford can only being operated on in the Clinic To OpenIn found at the scene, although "We're fortunate, in that we a salary increase. Nor did
Please Help assume a University of Florida Medical slightly scattered. Teeth are Found Dead found all the teeth. That was he speculate on the total
homicide case. Center for bullet wounds in the of amount of the 1974-75 school
Collect GI.ssTo afternoon as conclusive as fingerprintsif one of the focal points our
Recycle Reddish his said Tuesday has neck, left chest, stomach, Lawtey similarities exist "and we A Crosby Lake man Bill investigation, because at this budget which should be
evidence department that the teenaged abdomen, thigh, and buttocks A nursing satellite clinic feel they're there," Sheriff Ray Campbell, 46, was found late stage dental work Is the somewhere in the neighbor
Any Household girl died shortly after being from a .22 caliber pistol will be started three hours a Reddish says. Latest Xraysof dead by a neighbor Sunday key to identification," Red hood of $4.3 million dollars in
Glass Will Do loaded with .22-long cartridges the Bauer teeth and of sei dish states. with another $1 million
abducted from a Volusia day twice a month in Lawtey girl's a morning, April 14, a -
Lids, Labels center parking lot Lake City police state beginning next Tuesday, April dental composite have been inflicted bullet wound from a It was the next day building funds due the county
RemovedNow shopping last September. The sheriff is that several persons, 1 including 23, by the Bradford County supplied Dr Klein. .30-,30 calibre rifle, accordingto (Thursday, April 11) before during the year.
under the three of the couple's Health Department, according The sheriff is also as certainas > Chief Deputy Sheriff Robert the dirt could be sifted and all But Temple did say that his
proceeding assumption has doubledthe
Until June 1 children, witnessed the Bradford the teeth found. Also administration
that the case will be madein to Mrs. Arlin he can be death came froma Green of the were
student classroom
Bradford the shooting Monday afternoon. McKnight nursing director. blow to the head. Dr. Klein Sheriff's Department.A found was the matching per
County since
Bring To ChurchOr will reinforce that coroner's did not slipper, after deputies had allowance for equipment and
hopefully jury
skeleton was found in the DePoe was arrested late Hours will be from 12:30: to from $17 to $35 In
county and "she had to be Monday afternoon six miles 3:30: p.m. Mrs MarjoriePratt belief. As a final measure in determine whether the made a thorough search grades K-3, $20 to $40 in
Phone 964-433 killed somewhere." west of Starke on SR-Io0, public health nurse, the meticulous search of the shooting was accidental. No Wednesday grades 4-10, and from $27 to
For Pick-Up In fact, the sheriff believesthe apparently on his way back to will conduct the clinics "crime" scene, the area will charges were filed. Since Thursday the Sheriff's $45 in grades 11 and 12.
be control burned in of had visited a Department has continued to
hopes Campbell )
girl was killed "at or near Starke. lie offered no scheduled on the second and What the current session of
UMW Circle uncovering some of neighboring family Sunday probe the crime scene but has
the scene, and on the same resistence when stopped by fourth Tuesday in each monthin Florida doesin
the Legislature
First United weapon Reddish morning, had a cup of coffee, found nothing more of significance -
day she was abducted last the Florida Highway Patrol, the Lawtey City Hall says. school funding remains to
Methodist Church September 6. which had been alerted by "We will try it twice a The sheriff's office received and had left just minutes Sheriff Reddish said but is
Reddish still declines to Columbia authorities to be on month and see if we need it a-call about noon 10 froma before the fatal shooting. The Tuesday. Final step at the be seen, Supt.student Temple funding
name the victim, stating his the look out for DePoe more," says Mrs. McKnight.The resident who said children neighbor reported hearing a scene will be to burn it off, using amount a of per$575 which would
c.r.l main reason Is to protect the returning home. satellite clinic will be playing in a wooded area near shot just as he and his family then examine every item Bradford County
alit (aIommunUy&Ialr family of the girl. But the Lake City police report that operated as a convenience to their home had found what were leaving home for church. revealed once the thick under see receiving $4.1 million in state
Sheriff's Department is DePoe entered the Handy Lawtey residents, many of they thought to be a human They saw Campbell's truck brush is gone.Preliminary, education funds But the
lank certain as it can be, lacking Way Store where Mrs. DePoewas whom can walk to the Lawtey skeleton. Sheriff Reddish just down the road, and the Identificationwas county would be funded only
and fired the .22 clinic and to man found Campbell laying made almost Immediately I
positive identification, that it working save a trip Chief Deputy Robert Green,
94.1 cent of that figure,
has the Identification made caliber pistol six times, Starke, Mrs. McKnight pointsout. and Deputy Don Denton wentto dead just minutes after the since the clothing per
A..r N. V..a u. to 92 cent in
,T.tao.aoo h The Associated Press, striking his wife five times .Treatment will be limitedto the home and were shown to shooting occurred. The bullet found at the scene fitted a per
..... 0.- ir..r c- listing sources at New Smyrna and missing once. that which a nurse can give. the area in question. The struck Campball in the head. (See Page 5) (See Page 5JULIAN )

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Woman's Club Hears White-Chapman Rehearsal J.G. Caldwells; Observe50th I

Speaker On Home Life Party In WauchulaMr. Anniversary

Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Cald- The Caldwells also received
The Home Life Departmentof Easter candy and favors. and Mrs. Olin W. White bases of the candelabra were who celebrated their jet plane tickets from their
the Woman's Club of Starke hosts at dinner accented with bows of pink, well,
were a party anniversaryon children, Mr. and Mrs. A. W
were hostesses at the April demonstration Miss Kathy Brown, home, Friday night, April 5, at the yellow, lavender, blue and Golden April wedding 18, were treated to a Anderson of Ventura, Calif:
agent of the
Down the length
luncheon meeting Wednesdayof
Wauchula First United green. seafood dinner at the Red and Mr. and Mrs. M. \
last week with Mrs. C. N. presented Miss Nancy Walshof Methodist Church FellowshipHall table was a garland of leather Garcia of Camarillo, Calif
in Jacksonville by fora
chairman and Mrs. the University of Florida leaf fern interspersed with Lobster
Christy, following the wedding children Sunday month's visit with them.The
Paul Bridges, cochairman.An who Family was Services the speaker Department for the, rehearsal of their son, Bob, mixed colors of pompoms. evening.their Members of the Caldwells will leave Saturday
and Miss Melinda Chapman. family attending included Mr. Their other son-in-law
program. Place cards marked the and
arrangement of day for the and Mrs. Bill Edwards and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. N.
lilies in a large wicker basket the The T-shaped table was seating arrangement and
Dr. Harry won which includedthe daughters, Cynthia Belche and family of Norfolk
.: graced the stage and another lovely flower arrangementgiven centered with an arrangementof thirty honored guests their Susan, of Kingsley Lake; Hal Va. will visit her parents I in
mixed flowers in couple
arrangement of lilies was away by the Home Life spring Edwards of Jacksonville; June and will celebrate the
used as a centerpiece for thespeaker's Department.Mrs. pink, yellow, lavender, blue parents, the wedding party Mrs. Lila Rae Yawn and occasion then.
with white stock and out-of-town guests.
table. The In- and green
Dianne Betsy,
R tr, and leather leaf fern. This was The honored couple daughters ---- ---
dividual dining tables were Sherrod Hamilton and Mrs.
and Mr.
of Starke
both sides with presented gifts to their at- ; Ricky Crawford of Brooks-
covered with white cloths and presided at the business on Yawn and James Yawnof
were centered with Easter meeting following the luncheon three-branched silver candel- tendants and parents at the Terry ville spent the weekend with
close of the dinner. Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. R. A, Crawford.
IL nests containing appropriate and program. abra with white tapers. The
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Melanie L. Ivey Becomes Bride Of

James D. Ricks In Green Cove

Eleva W. Ivey and Everett covered in Alencon lace, ON SALE NOWMother's
Ivey of Green Cove Springs featured a scooped neckline
announce the marriage of encircled with appliques of
their daughter, Melanie lace motifs. The snort, fully
Little La-Z-Boy
Lynette to James David gathered sleeves of yellow
Ricks III, son ot Mrs. Ann chiffon had ruffled edges
Driskell and the late J. D. forming circles of lace ap- "
Ricks, II of Starke: pliques. An empire waistline "'c
The wedding took place on banded in yellow chiffon had
March 16 at 8 p.m. at the homeof scattered lace appliques. The
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hodgesof full skirt ended with a wide
Jacksonville. The double- shirred ruffle of the yellow
ring ceremony was performedby chiffon joined to the skirt witha /J"
band of Alencon in new lady-like styles
Rev. Lester Austin of scalloped ,
Starke. lace. The chapel length veil .I'-y
Music was presented on the and train of silk illusion was -c with the velvet touch
piano by Gene Hodges, held in place with a half circleof Ij
brother-in-law of the bride. real daisies. Her bouquetwas 1 for Mother's Day
Before the ceremony, LeAnn of yellow and white r
Hodges, sister of the bride, daisies and babies breath witha
sang "Love Unending," a white Bible. The bride's \ .
song written by her husband. wedding gown was made for \ \
Following the ceremony Mr. her by her mother. \ 3I
and Mrs. Hodges provided The matron of honor was _
several selections.The Carolyne Knowles, sister of 'I _
bride, given in the bride, from Green Cove I I
marriage by her uncle, Willis Springs. She wore a full length t it
Wright, descended the dress of white organdy with
stairway into the beautifully flocked daisies over yellow.
decorated living room. She The dress featured a scooped ; I 1
was lovely in her wedding neckline with a self ruffle { Ns
gown of white crepe chiffon around the neck. p \ .
over taffeta. The bodice, The bridesmaids were
LeAnn Hodges and Gwen
Sapp, both sisters of the bride,
Stork Shower from Jacksonville. They wore
dresses identical to that of the c,
matron of honor,but of yellow .
ForAArs.Griggs organdy with flocked daisies
over yellow. They carried
Of JacksonvilleMrs. nosegays of yellow daisies and
babies breath. z
Wallace Griggs of The best man was Roland
Jacksonville former Starke Henderson of Green Cove cjfr
resident, was honored at a Springs, and the ushers were
stork shower last Friday Dickey Sapp of Jacksonville, i
night, April 12, given by Mrs. brother-in-law of the bride, r ;
O. R.Alvarez,Jr. at her homeon and Billy Ricks of Starke,
Bayless Highway.A brother of the groom.A #853 $ IQGO0
pink, green, blue and reception was given NOW ONLY
yellow color scheme was immediately after the
carried out in the floral
ceremony, attended by Immediate -
arrangements and party members of the
decorations. The same families.
flowers were used in a cradle Following a wedding trip to
centerpeice on the refreshment South Florida, the couple is
table. Flanking the residing in Green Cove .n
centerpiece were white Springs.
candelabra holding pink, blue,
and yellow candles.
Around the punch bowl was a Easter Egg Hunt
garland of artificial pink C
grass interspersed with Held At Wilbur 0.

colored bunnies. Easter eggs and Waters Home ( I // v'' L r

Games with prizes were
enjoyed by the 18 guests ..r71' -
between the hours 7:30 and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur
9:30 p.m. Among the guestswas Waters gave a family Easter :
Mrs. Fred Haislop of egg hunt and party Sunday .
Jacksonville, mother of the afternoon at their home on W.
honoree. Madison Street. h I__ '% SAVE 5300 On This Handsom
The refreshment table, set f \
The honoree was presentedwith \ % Contemporary Reclina Rocker
a corsage made of pink, up in the yard, was covered \ %\ -
blue and yellow satin roses with an Easter cloth and : -
interspersed with rattles, centered with a bunnyshapedcake. NOW$16900Our
safety pins and pacifier. The .
hostess also presented Mrs. The 13 youngsters enjoyedan
Griggs with a silver teething Easter egg hunt before
ring. refreshments were served.
Mrs Jerald Baldwin Twenty-five members of the
assisted in serving. family enjoyed the occasion. Mother's Day La-Z-Boy Reclina-Rocker* *
scaled, Just right for the lady of your house. Yet the slim, ady7kTlmes
of these graceful chairs hide a wealth of luxurious comforts. The 'famous La-Z-Boy

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April 18, 1971! TELEGUAI': .. Page 3

Mr. and Mrs Jimmy Meyer Mr and Mrs. Ray Brookins
I Smith-McRae Vows Shower Given Crawford-Turner Vows Exchanged of Jacksonville were weekend and family of Raleigh, N. C.
Austin guests of Mr. and Mrs are visiting her mother, Mrs. I
Exchanged At Pastor's Home For Kitty Hazen, In Texas Garden Ceremony Howard Meyer K C. Dukes, this week.

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Miss Rose Lorraine McRae, Orion, Ill. and Is employed at Bride-elect Katherine Sue Turner, was Rita Crawford, sister of I
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. Harbor Chevrolet In daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo the groom.
M. McRae,and Thomas Allen Gainesville.The Turner of Austin, Texas, and Guests were greeted at the HAVE YOU
Smith, son of Mr and Mrs. couple Is residing north Miss Kitty Hazen, a May 3 Stanley Laverne Crawford, door by Mrs. Nan Walden.
Harold Vernon Smith were of Starke, off U.S. 301. bride-elect, was honored at a son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Standing In the receiving line
united In marriage on March Out-of-town guests were miscellaneous bridal shower Crawford of Starke, were were the bride and goom,
28 at 7 pm at the home of Mrs. A. W. Rummel of t Tuesday night, April 9, given united In marriage at 10 a.m. their parents and attendants. EVERWANTED
Rev. and Mrs. Bob Cooper In Valrlco, grandmother of the by Mrs. Dolph E. Reddish and Wednesday, April 3, in the Esther Janis kept the guest
the presence of the Immediate bride, Mrs. Catherine Smith r Mrs. J. T. Prevatt, Jr. at the .Zilker Rose Garden In Austin, book.
families and close friends. of Orion, Ill., grandmother of home of the latter Texas. Rev. John Walden Following a wedding trip
Rev. The refreshment table was performed the nuptials. through the midwest the
Cooper performed the the groom, and Mr. and Mrs. d
nuptials. Abdul Alivandi and son of covered with a yellow em- Three pebble walkways In couple Is residing on Road 16,
Baskets of pink and white Tampa. M broidered cloth and centered the garden led down to the West, Starke.
flowers were used in with an arrangement of pool, centered In front of the The bride graduated from
decorating. 5 yellow daisies. Assisting In gazebo where the vows were David Crock.ett High School In
Jerry Smith attended his Beta Sigma Phi serving were Misses Stella said. Along each walk were 1973 in Austin, Texas. TD FLY
brother best man, and Miss ry Hazen, Laura Kay Thomas, beds of native roses bordered The groom graduated from :
Shellee Smith was brides- To Celebrate and Mary Sue Thomas. by hill country rock. BHS and has completed four i
maid. Games were played by the Miss Karen Elaine Turner years of service with the U. S.
For her marriage the bride Founder's Day 40 guests and prizes awarded. attended her sister as maid of Air Force. You Can Become A Pilot
wore a brown and white street Out-of-town guests were honor, wearing a gown of
I length dress and carried a Beta Sigma Phi plans to Tomlinson-Bass Mrs. W. B. Thompson of pastel blue floral print over Byron BagwellBirthday
Bible topped with an orchid celebrate Founder's Day Waldo, mother of the satin. The bodice was
with streamers and ivy. April 20 by going to The Engagement Told prospective groom, Mrs. fashioned with a low scooped Call 4732141Complete :
A reception was also held at Sweden House in Gainesville Jettye Hazen, Mrs. Pansy neckline with short puffed Party
the Cooper home. The bride's for dinner. Mr and Mrs. Buford Strickland, Mrs. V. V. Hazenl sleeves, and the empire waistline .
table was covered with a Members will meet at the Flagler of Branford announce Miss Mary Sue Thomas, ana was tied with a blue satin Byron Bagwell celebrated
white lace cloth and centered home of Mr. and Mrs. Grady the engagement of Mrs.Flagler's Miss Lou Ann Thomas, all of sash. She carried a long his second birthday Saturday
with a three-tiered wedding Oversteet and leave for daughter, Miss Gainesville. stemmed white carnation tied afternoon when his parents, Pilot Training
Mr.and Mrs.Donnie Bagwell, I
cake flanked by burning Gainesville at 7 p.m. Cheryl Yvonne Bass, to with a white satin ribbon.
Methodists Robert French, III served gave a party for him and eight .
tapers In candle holders. James Michael Tomlinson, Set
--- --- little friends from three to five
The bride Is a 1973 graduate son of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Mr. Crawford as best man. II Is Available At
of BHS and Is employed at Mr and Mrs Marlie San- Tomlinson of Starke. Talent Night The bride, given In o'clock The "Sandy" theme was
The will take place marriage by her father, wore I
Cooper's Nursery and Land- derson of Tallahassee spent wedding used for the party decorations
scaping. the weekend with her parents, in Branford on May 4 at 8 p.m. Members of the First a silk organza over white satin Including a Sandy tablecloth
The groom is formerly of Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Denmark. at the home of the bride- United Methodist Church will gown. The slim A-line skirt. on the refreshment table with I
elect's sister Mrs.Bill flowed from an empire waistline
Hardy, have their annual talent night matching napkins and plates. The
with a reception following. Sunday, April 28, from 6 to 8p.m. bordered by a white satin The table was centered with a I
All friends and relatives are in Fellowship\ Hall. sash. The bodice had a high
birthday cake decorated with
a Invited to attend. Arrangements will be under neckline and short puffed
sleeves. The collar and a Sandy doll with a fishing I I
Mrs. Joe Bakken chairman.
.. pole.
------ sleeves were of lace. Her
Mr and Mrs. Richard SI. --------- shoulder-length veil was The youngsters enjoyed an 5apwith

John and daughter, Joy, Mr. and Mrs. J. Blaine secured by a scalloped head- and Easter egg hunt with favors a prize of
were given
decorated with seed
visited his mother, Mrs. piece
Thompson and Mr and Mrs. candy in animal baskets.
Mildred SI. John Mrs. pearls. She carried a bouquet
Gene Shaw attended the
of blue Iris bordered with Assisting were Byron'sgrandparents
Eleanor Palmas and Mr. and
National School Board
and con- white carnations with white Mrs Henry
Mrs. Stephen SL John vention In Houston, Texas Morrison and Mr. and Mrs. I CamelKeystone
son, Caleb, in Bradenton over from April 6 to 9. satin streamers.A Don Bagwell.
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home of the bride's parents. ..___.__ ____ I
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by a white crocheted cloth and Mrs. Gladys Weldon had as IIgts Airport
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4 TELEGRAPH April I8, 1971

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Masons To Confer New Members Are *. C.

F I IL :
Royal Arch Degree Enrolled In Moose LodgeAn rY-ttaU Cl

enrollment of new Michael Paris, and Edward .
Jacksonville Chapeter No. members was held at the :
12. Royal Arch Masons, will Adkins. and Mrs. W. H. Green
Moose located U. S. of Dr.
Lodge on The ritual team from South Mrs. Eslie Williams
confer the degrees; of the North 9 at 8:30 ti.r visited had as Sunday
301 on April : Jacksonville Lodge No. 455 Framingham Mass.
Kingsley New
Itoyal Arch in Bradford home on
p.m. The class representativewas was composed of John Mr. and Mrs. Harold Godwin their Mrs. R. A.
Masonic Lodge, Starke, on Mr. and
Childers and the Mack Lake,
George Dunlevy, Jack Maccariage and Mr. and Mrs. of
Saturday, April 27, starting at and
following new members were Jim Welsh, Coy Blalock Bill Williams from Thursday to Seville Mrs. Myrtle ArrivalsMr.
All Arch
12 noon. Royal l ,
enrolled AI
: Kingsley Smith .
Harper, and Charley Pope. f'r Tuesday.Mr. Jacksonville, .Mrs.
Masons are invited to be of
Young, Billy Ray Law, Wayne Jones
After the enrollment a Et H. L. Speer
present. Walling,Charles Koch, James buffet was served by wives of ti and Mrs. LaRue Lex Green Mrs. Curtis
.-------- O. McDaniell, Ray Erickson, the members. Williams and sons of Ormond and Mr. and Mrs.of Starke. and Mrs. Eddie Joseph
/.4 Beach will spend the weekend Sanders and son Lewis, Jr. of Brooker
---------------- an.
with her parents, Mr. and nounce the birth
Mr and Mrs. Gus and Mrs. Olin White of a son
Kopelousos, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish Mr.and Mrs. John Williamsand r Mrs. R. A. Colson. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. RobertW. Eddie Joseph Lewis, III nn'
John Kopelousos, Mrs. Gene and sons spent Thursday to son of Gainesville and Mr. visited in Gainesville April 6 in Alachua Genera'
Shaw. Mrs. Harry Gruen, and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. and Mrs. Bob Williams and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Andrewsand White Hospital. Grandparents are
Dr. Pete Felos attendedhe R. Royster, Jr. in North daughter of Jacksonville were frr Mr. and Mrs. Larry Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Donald s.
funeral of Mrs. Gus Augusta S. C. They attendedthe weekend guests of Mr. and ; Mardis and daughter of Jack Mr. and Mrs. John J. Pat- Alvarez of Starke and Mr.and
Kopelousos's mother, Mrs. Master's Golf Tournamentin Mrs. Mack Williams.Mr. sonville were Sunday guests of terson and family of East Mrs. Edgar M. Lewis of
Elizabeth Costan, in Char- Augusta.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby. Palestine, Ohio are spending Brooker.Mr. .
Mrs. Richard Monday with his
Va. Tuesday of and Thursday to
lottsville on
last week. and Mrs. Guy Andrewsand Williams of Tallahassee Mrs. Pauline Stone and mother, Mrs. John E. Patter-
Mr. and Mrs. S. G. visited their parents, Mr. and Miss Mamie Anderson of n Mrs. A. J. BarryandfamilyandMr.andMrs.F and Mrs. Charles Agln
Denmark were vacationinglast Mrs. Mack Williams and Mr. Archer visited their sister, H. of Kingsley Lake announcethe
Mr and !Mrs. Jack Carter week in Mexico City and Mrs. Warney Adkinsonover ? Mrs. E. M. Davis, last week. Kramer. Joining the familyfor birth of a daughter
and of Ga. ,
son Douglasville Mexico. the weekend.Mr. 1y weekend will be Miss
the Stephanie Ann on March 24 In
the weekend with her
spent .
Mrs. W. T. Jackson, her Beverly Patterson of Miami.Mr. St. Vincent's Hospital.
parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Mrs. Robert Rossini of and Mrs. A. B. Whitehead son, Ricky, and daughter, Grandparents are Mrs. Doris
Loudon. North Palm Beach, Mrs. Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Becky, and Bruce Scott and Mrs. Hoist Beall Agin Thompson of Melrose
Mr and Mrs. M. A. Baldwin William R. Wilson of Akron, Whitehead Jr. and family .'. visited St. Augustine Beach Jr. and family and Mr. andMrs. and the late Bill Agin of
spent Saturday night and N. Y., Mrs. Douglas Mc- were Sunday guests of Mr. and Marineland on Sunday.Mr. H. C. Beall, Sr. of Baldwin, and Mr. and Mrs.
Sunday with their soninlawand Neeley of Ridgecrest, Calif. and Mrs. George Bishop, Jr. i Macon, Ga. were weekend Vincent Lewis of Kingsley
daughter Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Edward Auditore of in Jacksonville.Capt. ." "..,,' and Mrs. Marc Jackson guests of Mrs. J. L. Gentry. Lake.
James Montuoro, and Palm Beach were weekend 4 i and daughters spent Sunday
daughter in Tampa. guests of their aunt, Mrs. and Mrs. Stephen ..., l dJ .. with her parents, Mr. and -_ -- -- I. .. .
Nelma Keene. Beckett and daughter of Fort Mrs. H. E. Smith and Mrs.
Knox,Ky.spent the first of the Miller UnitedIn James Smith in Williston.
and Mrs. Miss Lou Roller T.C.
Mrs. Ella Moody John Whaley of Atlanta and week with her parents, Mr. Starke
W H. Hart were Saturday Bob Johnson of Jacksonvillewere and Mrs. L. K. Whitehead. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brownof .
evening dinner guests of Mr. weekend guests of Mrs.R. Double Redkey, Ind. spent last ."
Ring CeremonyMiss
and Mrs. C. W. Beasley in V. Turner and family.Mr. Local admittances to Brad- week with Mr. and Mrs. ,12.1"
Gainesville.Miss ford County Hospital this George W. Brown. The eSaFocid
and Mrs. C. N. Christyand week include: Leslie Nugent, Eva Louise (Lou) F. (Jeff) Miller Jr., brotherof Browns also had as guests .1 "
Martha Jo Deas of the Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Mrs. Evelyn Parramore, Roller and Truby ClaytonT.C. the groom and Sp.-5 GeraldA. from Thursday to Tuesday T-
University of Georgia and Mr. Seymour were Sunday guestsof Mrs. Thelma Wise Mrs. ( .) Miller were united in a Payton. Ushers were Sgt. and Mrs. Norman Rigdon 212 E. WASHINGTON AVE
and Mrs. J. F. Thrasher and Mr. and Mrs. Marion Harrington Amelia Hoffman Franklin double ring ceremony on Hubert B. Edenfield Jr. and and family of Seymour
daughter.Traci!Jo, of Winder and family at Daytona King, Ronald Noegel, Mrs. Palm Sunday April 7, at 3 the groom's cousin, Donald A. Johnson AFB, N. C. MULLET -
Ga. were weekend guests of Beach. Blanche McKinney, Mrs. p.m. in the Faith Baker. J
Mr and Mrs. E. W. Hayes. Agnes Thomas and Mrs. Presbyterian Church of Master Hubert B. Eden- Mr. and Mrs. Levy Canova
Minnie Rhoden, Starke; Melrose. field, III acted as ring bearer and family of Orange Park CATFISH BASS
Mrs. H. P. Herres, Sr. and Katherine Ragan Raiford; The candlelight ceremonywas and carried rings belonging to and Mr. and Mrs. George
Miss Edith Herres of Belle- Tom Hardy, Hampton; and performed by the Rev. the bride's mother and fatheron Canova and family of Kings-
fontaine, Ohio, Mrs. Douglas Mrs. Iva Boggers, Melrose. James R. Neale, Jr.and a satin and lace pillow.A ley Lake were Sunday dinner TROUT LIVE CRABS
Marsh of Cincinnati, Ohio, theRev. Leamon Ward beforea reception was held guests of Mrs. L. A. Canova.Dr. .
and Mrs. Harold Fitzwater of Mrs. L. D. Vining visited lighted wooden cross. Potted following the ceremony in the
Pataskala, Ohio arrive Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Vining in lavender mint and pink church annex. The bride's and Mrs. H. G. Bollin- SHRIMP ALL GUARANTEED
.. L rPif Friday for a weeks visit with Palatka over the weekend. chrysanthemums were table was covered in an ecru ger were in Tallahassee over
Mr. and Mrs. Herb Herres. arranged on a communiontable lace tablecloth and was the weekend visiting their son- FRESH '.
Mrs. Lea Underhill is home banked in sago palms, centered with the traditional in-law and daughter, Mr. and
from Shands Teaching while lighted tapers burned on three tiered wedding cake. Mrs. Jan Douglas.
j? Hospital where she underwent columns in front of the altar. Those assisting during the DRESSED WHILE YOU WAIT
t arU61 surgery. During the ceremony a single reception were Mrs. Lavon Mr. and Mrs. Mike Waters ,
taper was lit by the couple Lowery, Mrs. Lye Head, Mrs. and daughter of Middleburg,
CQ .cJ2 fw Mrs.William H. Thomson of signifying the unity of Paul Tyre, Mrs. Percy and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin
U Monticello spent the weekend marriage. Sullivan Jr., Mrs. D. J. Warren and daughter, and OP Now You Call In Orders C
EASTER SUMJ.\\' WAS with Mrs. John W. Griffin and Providing nuptial music Thorn, Mrs. Ed Bennett Mrs. Randy Canidy of Jacksonvillewere
REAL!! Miss Lillian Stump. during the wedding; were Miss Fay McCormick, Mrs. BuddyE. Sunday guests of Mr. Pick Up Ht YaurCanveniencee
Barbara Farris Miss Debbie Kelly and Mrs. Jeanne and Mrs. J. L. Bradley at
CHRIST IS ALIVE!! Rev. and Mrs. Erik Johnson Sparkman Tim Slovak, and Andrews. Kingsley Lake. .
You can meet Him this returned home Tuesday from Paul Leino. After a honeymoon trip on
Sunday at the First Baptist West Palm Beach where Mrs. The bride, daughter of Mrs. the Florida west coast the Mrs. Olive Gregory of COME BY NOW ORCALL9B4874O
Church of Starke. You will Johnson underwent surgery.Mr. Daisy Roller of Lake Geneva couple will make their homeon Gainesville is spending two
find hundreds there who 4 and the late Cecil A. Roller, Little Lake Bedford. weeks with her sister, Mrs.
worship Him and express and Mrs. Henry was given in marriage by The bride and groom are Myrtle Anderson. Eddie Sch-
their common faith each Richarde and family of Joseph Kauffman of Kingsley both graduates of Keystone wab of Gainesville joined
week. Blg-JoP; power. Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. Lake Heights High School. The them on Sunday.
Lyle Buck and family and Mr.
!I I She of bride now attends Bradford-
heartfelt Singing C 5 forward speeds of wore a gown can
and Mrs. Mark Shaw
\\arm.Uiblical dlelight rumplesheen adorned Union Vocational school in Charles Burton of Augusta,
and Palatka were Easter guests of '
Preaching!! reverse Mrs. H. M. Richarde.Mr. with handmade lace enhanced Starke and is also an em- Ga. was a guest the past weekof OPEN MON WED 10 A.M. 6 P.M.
26 and 30'cur with a ruffle of lace around the ployee of Clay Eelctric Co his brother-in-law and
Hear these Sunday messagesthis : S) HP or S HP enginesfKAPPBli and Mrs. James neckline and featured tiny operative.The sister, Mr. and Mrs. James THUR SAT 10 A..M. 7 P.M.
sleeves. Her cathedral Barron.
McLendon and children, puffed groom attended Lake
11::00 a.m. train veil in
was candlelighttulle
Stacey and Ian, of Blowing College and
"The Lord's Banquet" with hand City Community
7:30p.m. Rock, N. C. spent Thursday to edged clipped Santa Fe Junior College and is
lace and the bride carried
"It Is Finished" All Snapper mower-*meet Monday with Mr. and Mrs. R. of a also an employee of Clay
A N. s I s.ifcr.ptv tfii.uii>ns P. McLendon.Mr. nosegay gypsophila Electric in the home office at
"The('hurehth\ a Heart surrounding a white Cattleya Keystone Heights. LONG AFTER MANY OF

In the heart of Starke" Joe's Saw Shop and Mrs. H. L. Tolbertof orchid. ---- .. ------
Lake weekend Miss Cheryl Tomes of Lake
City were
of Mr. and Mrs. David Geneva acted the maid of :
guests as
224 E. Wash. Ave YOU HAVE WOUND
for free transportation Montgomery.Mrs. honor and Miss Joanie Miller, Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Haynes 1.
964-7580 Starke Jr. and daughter, Anne and
Ben P. Bryant PastorWilliam sister of the groom; and Miss
S. L. Peek Sr. visited Mrs. O. L. Haynes Sr. visited
George Mm olMunc Barbara Kelly of Memphis, Welch
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby THE CLOCK
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ward in
Tenn. were her bridesmaids.The .
and family in Savannah, Ga J
Lake Monday.Mrs.
attendants wore in
----------------- over the weekend. Theydroppt'd

Announcing; the opening of children. Mary ,Beth Ricky Peacockand and colors dentical bride's which chosed styled carried gowns color in scheme.out pastel the Florida Anne Junior off at College North AND PUT THE 1

enroute home.
of Jacksonville
Debbie were
HICK'S POODLE GROOMING Sunday guests of Mrs. Bertha Miss Cheryl Tomes of Lake Mr. and Mrs. Henry Godwin CAT OUT.
At Pearce. Mrs. Pearce also had Geneva acted as the and daughter, Barbara, and .. ,
22 1 1974
Monday April 8:30AM. as Tuesday visitor, her sister, bridesmaid of honor and Miss Mrs. Lola Johnson were f
*jflte Mrs. T. J. Thomas of Joanie Miller, sister of the Easter dinner guests of Mr. 1.
Valdosta.Mr groom, and Miss Barbara
Call and Mrs. Edward Johnson in
Kelly of Memphis. Tenn. were Keystone Heights. WE AT HANDY WAY ARE
bridesmaids. The at-
and Mrs. Franklin her

964-7837 j Ritch of Gainesville and Mrs. tendants wore indentical Mrs. John B. Sapp, RN at STILL STANDING BY.
Pearl Edwards of Starke were styled gowns in pastel colors Alachua General Hospital, .. l
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. which carried out the bride's
and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I
GROOMING and Mrs. Douglas Hardy.Mr. chosen color scheme. W. J. Dodd, Jr., was speakerat 'CASE YOU FORGOT TO BUY
Miss Betty Lou Thorn the supper and class session
and Mrs. James H. Charleston, S. C. was, the of the June '74 nursing class of SOMETHING FOR
BATHING Cash and family of Orlando flower girl and carried a white the University of Florida.
were weekend guests of Sen. basket of pastel colored petalsof
CONDITIONING fI f/ and Mrs. Charley Johns. carnations.The Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Yeager BREAKFAST... OR NEED
son of Mr. and
and Mrs. J. H. DuPre groom spent Wednesday to Saturdaywith
he Mr.
Star Mrs. Jack F. Miller, Sr., was
Sunday guests of Mrs. Mrs. Yeager's brother- SOME HOUSEHOLD ITEM ATHE
830 PARKER ST. Florida/ Nelle McIntyre in Jackson- attended by his father as best in-law and sister, Mr. and
man. Groomsmen were Jack Arnold Lauerdorl in
""' ville. Mrs.
Sarasota. | LAST MINUTE.

Mrs. Clyde Sinclair visited

her Orlando daughter last, Tuesday Evelyn, in to YES WE STAY UP CLEAN TO

Thursday and both joined Mr.
and M rs. T. H. Slade at North ELEVEN O'CLOCK EVERY
Key Largo for the weekend. t i

HERETODAXTOMORROW Mrs. Elsa Lyles of Jacksonville NIGHT... AND ISN'T

spent last Tuesday to

Saturday Fields and with Saturday Mrs. Maude to THAT A COMFORT TO aSLEEP

Monday with Mrs. E. M, '
Davis. KNOW!

GO"E Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Boland i

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Athens, Ga. and Laurent WELL... YOUR
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student from France HANDY-WAY IS AWAKE .
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'';.; the flyer bulletin that had been board posted in thesheriff's on called of on Law the Florida Enforcement Department in- Bp County Speller Is 5th Grade GirlRegina I

office for months. Jacksonville. Two investigators -
;,. The shirt found at the scene have been in Bradford

[' bears the inscription in large County most of each day since Rasnick 5th graderat daughter of Mr. and Mrs. of Tontee
H. Brantley Lawtey.
letters "Ohio State. The the skeleton
was found Southside Elementary, Thornton Sayne of Starke of
shirt of the missing girl in the Reddish said.Identification. James, 5th grade daughter
: daughter of Mr. and Mrs Melissa Green, 5th grade I Mrs Bertha Johnson of
flyer has the same inscription and the cause Charles Rasnick of Starke is daughter of Mr. and Mrs. r tA
; Sheriff Reddish says. Disappearance of death are the major thingsto the Champion of the Bradford Elmer Bridges of Starke. ; Lawtey From Elemen-
.' of the missing determine now Sheriff County Annual Spelling Bee From Lawtey Elementary: Hampton
". Volusia girl happened about Reddish says: held Tuesday in the Bradford Breyce Brantley 5th gradeson tary
% the time Sheriff Reddish School Administrative of and Mrs. William Timmy Jones, 6th grade son
County Mr. Er ;:
of Mr and Mrs.
believes the victim was left at "If this can be accomplished Building. ; Tracy

the scene in Bradford County. hopefully, we can go David Fussell 6th grade son Hampton. Reggy Brown.
Volusla authorities have beento on to find out who is responsible. s 6th grade son of Mr. and Mrs.
of Mr. and Mrs. Asa David Teachers.
.. Emory L. Brown of Hampton.
Bradford County We will proceed step by
they Fussell of Brooker was the
feel we're on the right track. step tofind out who did it, and Regina will be From Brooker Elementary:
Volusia authorities, how hopefully, be able to going to the Regional Spelling (From Page 1)) Genene Dormmey, 6thI
of Mr. and
rade daughter
ever, had to proceed on the prosecute Bee held in Jacksonville May I
basis of a missing person. It could drag into a long 4. Her winning word was 1973-74, for a net funding of lira. "J. W. Dorminey of
Volusia County did much leg search, Reddish indicated, but "Radica lIy," $3.8 million. Bradford schools trooker
work surrounding the disappearance added there is no telling what The Spelling Bee was will also receive at least From Bradford Middle
of the girl, muchof might turn up once the cir conducted by Richard Joe kel, $550,000 in local funds in the School; :
which Reddish feels will be cumstances surrounding thegirl's curriculum co-ordinator. Mrs. form of property taxes.If Janice Jockel, 6th grade
helpful once positive identification disappearance are Julie Fuller was the pronounce figures Supt. Temple has laughter of Mr. and Mrs.
is made and his office looked into. and the quoted: are changed by the Richard Jockel of Starke.
r judges were ; a
has time to dig through all the The triple murder in Mrs. Lucile Payne Ms. legislature the county should I ;usa Massey! 7th grade
material sent him. Keystone Heights in which a Myrna Lou Rahn and Randy receive a total of $940,000 in M :daughter of Mr. and !Mrs. S.
Bradford County will coordinate 16-year-old KH High coed Newland. The spelling bee new state funds. Questionedwhy B. Massey of Starke.

the investigation Valerie Turner; her mother. was sponsored by The Florida he used a figure of First row ((1-r): Tontee James Breyce Brantley. Belly Jean Kite :Melissa Green; .Peggy
Sheriff Reddish says. If the Mrs. Bobbie L. Turner 37, Times Union of Jacksonville. $450,000 Monday night Brown. Alvarez Meel!llll
girl was killed here chargeswill and Patricia Marr, 22, were Other in Temple said the county will
the Second
participants row: ienene Dorminey, Janice .Imkel. Susan :\M.isseickie Kersey and Timmy
be filed here. In absenceof killed in November 1971 is still Bee were: receive more funds from the Jones! L\cc ii111esOtt
proof, it must be assumed being probed by the Sheriff's From Southside Elementary state but is being given some
Top row: Champion Regina Hatnick. Runner-up 1)3\id Kussell, and Supl Jim Temple.
that death occurred here. Department. Nobody has been : expenses formerly paid by the FFA Tour
"As I said we do have some brought to trial but two men Betty Jean Kite, 5th grade state to pick up. Some sae
proof she was killed here," have been charged with the daughter of Mrs. Marlene examples are: the county of a good school year." Schnefer
Reddish reiterated. crimes. Reddish is currently Kite of Sampson City. must pay the four per cent "We want to continue that Released From Hospital A St .rke. Florida residentwas
Because of the wide range talking to the State Attorney's From Starke Elementary: contribution to the Florida to the years end, we want to one of the six touring
ot the investigation Reddish Otfice on the 1971 case. Vickie Kersey, 5th grade Teachers Retirement System; build a good basis for another Starke City Councilman Saturday from his hospitalbed. National Future Farmers ol
the county will have to assume year. I'd like to begin here Charles Schaefer 46, was The popular city councilman America Officers to meet with
I, some $80,000 in transportation with you the (faculty) representatives released Sunday from and well-known senior executives' of International I
funds formerly paid by the ." Bradford County Hospital NCO of Company D, local unit Harvester in the Company'sChicago
state, plus nobody knows yet Temple said he preferred where he underwent four daysof of the Florida National Guard headquarters.
how much the legislature will Monday not to get into a treatment for a heart received so many flowers Jimmy Alvarez of Starke.
require each county to put up negotiating session, calling condition. while in the hospital that they visits with Brooks McCormick
in required local effort to instead lor an informative were distributed all over the (leftl.) IH president. Alvarez.
SUNTEC I I participate in the state school discussion "as smooth a hospital, he said. 20, is the National Vice
i iI ii funding program. process as can possibly be." Schaefer became ill Wednesday President of the" Southern

Asked by a reporter to list "I would hate to get into the night, April 4, while Schaefer Region of FFA for 197374.
tending the Florida National plans undergo
Each of the national of.
the must posture we did last when
expenses county pick year
Guard booth at the Bradford at a
I IMdl lll up that will cut into the new the board, the superintendent Gainesville when he ficers are participants in the
County Fair, shortly after he
state and the BEA felt tour program\ covers 20
money Temple replied pushed to the
had for with finishes treatment at BCH.
a picture cities in 15 states. They tell tin-
there is a column of about 10 wall the
WE ARE items and that "at the propertime" superintendentstated. !Miss America Rebecca Ann !Meantime, he resumed activity story of FFA and acquaint
King. including being presentat
he would make public "If we all pull together. Idon't "That's what t caused it," the city council meeting themselves of with the modern various.
CLOSINGOUT those figures. He did not say think we're that far
I Schaefer said Tuesday night.
jokingly business.
I1 agriculture
when the proper time will be. apart.
LU14 "Who invited you?" Templefirst .
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THE FOLLOWING presentatives. But he then
added he had no objection to
the press being present if the
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. 15 Earn Straight A's At BHSHaroer. .. ****:ic***-0.*.** ****4

A of 15 students .'"
group Starke. Miss Hatper's )
earned straight A's at
Bradford High School of classes are Spanish, 'QY 1"
attending for the fourthsix some chemistry, American history, "... Co..O
1,200 weeks which ended Jan. 4. algebra II, British lit. \i' :Itt :n *

The fourth six weeks honor Johnny Hobbs, son of Mr. .,. : CV" V *
those and Mrs. J. R. Hobbs, Starke. .
roll, earning grades of B *
or higher, numbered 113, Hobbs' classes are chemistry, about nine cent of the American history, Spanish II, Yw
student body. Straight A and science physical fiction education., teacher's aide !lA. .,, a : Mona Marchant tt

students are: "
Phillip (P. J.) Jenkins, son .. .., Congratulations t to Miss season starts next year
SENIORS of Mr and Mrs. Jay D. Latain Herres, selected Miss
Hjalmar McMillan, Jenkins, Keystone Heights. 15174\ Strawberry Queen Everyone is invited to attend .
daughter of Mr and Mrs. Jenkins' classes are data w I.nain wishes to attend The the Book Fair and Open
Merrill McMillan, Starke. processing, algebra II, Stratford Women's College to House at the BUS Library
Miss McMillan's courses are debate, American history, become a fashion consultant. Sunday, April 21, from 2-4
athletics: football Latain was also selected as p.m.
bookkeeping, business statis-
daughter '
office Debbie Mitchell, Miss Photogenic. Latain has
tics, aide, and a
member of the BHS Tennis of Mr and Mrs. Frank Mit- AP the features for being a lovely Any boy in grades 911 who
team. Miss McMillan has chell Starke. Miss Mitchell'scourses ) model and I know we wish her did not play football last
been a straight A student are tennis, office aide, !! the best of LUCK! season and desires to go out
since school has started for Spanish II, American history, for spring practice, should
this advanced P. E., and British Also everyone contact Coach Hurse. Spring

Mary year.Pearsall, daughter of literature.Beth congratulates the new Varsityand practice begins Monday
Chapman, of Junior
Mrs. Juanita Pearsall, daughter Varsity April 22.
Starke. Miss Pearsall's Mr. and Mrs A. W. Chapmanof cheerleaders for our up-
Raiford. Miss 1974-75 There will be dance
classes are business math, Chapman'sclasses coming year a
bookkeeping and are trigonometry, Varsity : Sonja Biggs, tomorrow night at the
Americanism Com human physiology, American A Brenda Guion, Kathy Locke, National Guard Armory from
Miss Pearsall vs. has history, office aide, advancedP. i t ar Develyn Mathews, MargaretAnn 8-12 p.m. The Peace Machinewill
munism. E. and British literature.SOPHOMORES Norman, Nancy Orm- provide the sound and
also been a straight A student
sbee Gloria Strickland admission is
and $2 per person
since the beginning of the
Laura Kay Thomas,
year.Jackson of Mr. Mike Cooney,son of Mr. and Junior Varsity;: Cheryl Bradford High School Is
and Ricky Mrs. W. T.son Jackson, Mrs. Harry Cooney of Starke. Barker Angie Bryant, Diane host for the 1974 Florida Star
Cooney's classes are teacher Crews Sharon Crosby, Marie Conference Track Meet this
Starke. Jackson's classes
humanities, creative are aide, Spanish, biology, I Ferguson Neva Flynn, Saturday beginning at 10:30:
writing, algebra I, P. E. and English. Tammy Kelly and Sonya a.rn. There will be six schools
aide and drama
library literature. Cindy Edwards, daughter of ( Tenly. participating in the meet. In
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Edwardsof These girls are all full of order to run the meet
Jimmy Davis, son of Mr. Kingsley Lake. Miss Edwards spirit right now'. so we know smoothly, Coach Howard is in
and Mrs. James Davis, classes are Straight A students above are (l-r): P. J. Jenkins, Cindy Gissy. Debbie Mitchell, and Beth what their spirit will be like need of student help in judging

Theressa.bookkeeping Davis', courses business are trigonometry, physiology, First row: Nancy Hildreth Jody Harper) lUcky Jackson Chapman. when Football and Basketball relays
debate drama and P. E. and Jimmy Davis.
statistics mechanics., and diesel Cindy Gissy, daughter of Second row: Johnny Hobbs, Lucy Bradley :Mary Pearsall,
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gissy of
Cindy Edwards.
Kathy Casey, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Starke. Miss Gissy's classesare Back row: :MikeC'otmey, Kathy ('aot>y. IIjalmarlcliIlall: : ,
short stories, algebra II,
Casey, Starke. Miss Casey's typing, shorthand, physical Comerfbrd, Susan Faulkner, Rodrique, Laura Thomas,
classes are Spanish I, British science, and annual staff. Eve Futch, Chuck Hutcheson, Bruce Trimm and Larry
literature, advanced band,
1973 DODGE
Jov Lame, Glenn Mullins. White.
creative writing, teacher'saide
and annual staff. FRESHMENNancy Donna Pauley, Helen Pear- Freshmen Susan .
Hildreth, daughter of sall, Joy Starling Sheila Blalock Keith Carter, Susan
JUNIORSJody Mr. and Mrs.H. R. Hildreth of Starling and John Tyson Edwards, Jay Godwin, Debbie
Kingsley Lake. Miss Gomes Eoline Green, Dwight
Hildreth's classes are Sophomores Darlene Hewett, Michelle Jenkins,
Rev. and Mrs. George; L. Spanish, home economics, P. Bennett, Andy Crews, Lisa Mitchell. Briar Patray, 4DOORSEDAN
E., English, biology, and Veronica Cummings Teresa Debra Patrick, Hank Perdue,
4 algebra I I. DeVore, Jimmy Duncan, Lynn Pierce John Samons, CORONET
Lucy Bradley, daughter of Eddie Frampton, Julie JImmy Starling Kathy
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bradleyof Griffis, Jennifer Jockel lestone Cindy Thornton,
Starke Miss Bradley's Kathy Locke, Beverly Meng, Jimmy Williams, Jimmy
classes are grammar, home Bruce Moyers, Danette Tomlinson.
economics, algebra II,
modern science, and P. E.
Foster Is President Elect Still Under WarrantyAir
A-B Honor Roll students
J Seniors Patricia Bowen, Of District 3 JayceesRobert
Ask Katrina Coleman, Deborah and Power
Coley. James Frampton, Foster of Starke's District. Butch Tharpe of 318 Engine $ 00
'' William D George, Stella Junior Chamber of Commerce Macclenny won the position of 2695
Charley Hazen, Jeremiah Johnson, Roof
; was elected District 3 national director for Region 7 Vinyl
s,. Howard Osteen, George president for the coming year of the Florida Jaycees. Vinyl Deluxe Interior
E.John.. Prevatt, Terry Roberts Joe during voting at the Region 7 On hand were John Terrell,
Williams Tetstone, Abie Conference held this past president of the Florida

Joy Andrews, weekend in Lake City. Jaycees; Tom Hayes, .n
George Bennett, Eddie Foster 25 is a past
executive vice-president
Blalock, Mark Branson, : ;
president of the Starke Russ Wvmer, administrative
About This Question: Marshall Cloversettle, Debra Jaycees and is a state national director and other
Crews Tim Crews, David director state officials. DODGE
DeVore, Gregory Dodd, Jaycees from Tallahasseeto
"A Milwaukee banker and Sandra Ebling, David Eunice, Gainesville and Macclennyto I
political leader was sued Nancy Fullwood, StephanHall Chiefland met this past
for $200,000 in a libel Darlene Hobbs, Rodney weekend in Lake City to elect II IIL
action. The jury awarded Holland, Bobby Jenkins, officers for the coming year
Janet McCrary, Jeff McRae, and to hear state presidential
275000. Does this pointup Diann Moore, Steve Register, candidates. I COLTThe
the need for excess or Juanita Sanders Debra Scott, Guest speaker for the :
umbrella liability in- Debbie Shuford, Sandra banquet Saturday night was
surance for business and Sheppard, Deborah Starling, State Senator Bruce
?" Ann Starling Landa Thorn- Smathers, D-Jacksonville,
ton, Robyn Tinsler, Forrest who urged the Jaycees to try
Triesler, Charlotte White- to restore confidence in the ifS .
Charley E. head, Robin Williams, Linda political system and Economy Car
Hill James Hutchinson, leaders. Sen. Smathers has ?w.w.
JOHNS AGENCY Gerald Meng, Irene Sellers, been a Jaycee for many years
Lindsey Thornton, and Debra and has won many honors at Thiinks, can't reiiivmbei
131 so. WALNUT ST Vickery. the state and local levels.Dr. when I've had a better time, For An Extra Measure Of Economy, Go Dodge Colt

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TELEGRAPH Apr1l18,19'11Bicentennial

x 2 Sentenced In Circuit Court Here I

Group Two defendants, Jimmie Chillders, charged with Assistant Hebert State prosecuted AttorneyKen the

1 P Lee Chillders, 27, and Gerald breaking and entering with cases for the state.In .
titt ti r 4tr..y Edward Griffis, 19, were intent to commit sentencedto a the arraignment portionof
sentenced Monday, April 8, by misdemeanor, was the court's docket Assistant
Plans Incorporation Judge John Crews in Bradford two years in prison. Public Defender Stephen
County Circuit Court. Griffis was given of 18 a Bernstein was appointed by
probationary of the court to represent Paul
audit. months on a charge John Knowles, 27, on an
Bradford County's Bicentennial The meeting was well attended Other officers elected at this resisting arrest with violence. escape charge and Paul J.
76 took an importantstep with representatives time were: E. L. Matthews, Police Standards Both sentences were handed Newsome 29, charged with
forward Monday night from three out of the four vice president; Mrs. Sherrod down by the court following a larceny 01 an automobile.
when officers and directorswere municipalities in the county, Hamilton, secretary; and JayC. r ProposedA pre-sentence investigation Trials for Knowles and
elected for a non-profit as well as from civic groups, Brown, treasurer. Eleven conducted by the Probationand Newsome will be held in June.
corporation to handle state churches, school, and other directors elected were: Col. Parole Commission.
and federal matching funds organizations. Harry M. Hatcher, Jr., Mrs.C. bill expanding the police ---<::1 -
expected to be received for Mrs C. A. Knight, chairman' A. Knight, Arthur Bruno, standards board to include
projects here over the next of the Bradford County; Mrs. Altamease Chandler, correctional officers has been IN APPRECIATIONI
two years. Bicentennial Steering Committee Mrs. C. N. Christy, Carl introduced by Represen
Corporate papers will be presented the slate of Clark, George Pierce, James r r tatives George Grosse, D- for the
drawn up and forwarded to officers, who had agreed to Bloodworth, Eugene Pearson, Jacksonville, and Kep. Frank I want to thank everybody
Tallahassee within the next serve as incorporators, and Mrs. Paul Brown, and M. A. Williams, D-Starke. flowers cards and sympathy extended -
few days, according to County Judge Sanders explained the Baldwin.It Grosse represents Union hospitali-!
Judge Elzie Sanders who was need for incorporating in was explained that each County and Williams during my recent
elected president of the in- order to handle matching community and organizationcould represents Bradford Countyin zation. During my convalesence I
corporating group at a funds which are subject toTrademark submit projects for > p the Florida Legislature."In .
meeting held in the new approval of the local cor- past years most am taking this method of thanking
courthouse. poration. After approval here legislation has helped the for their courtesy.
they would be forwarded to Ronnie Akridge scans for bright colors among the grass inmates more [than the of everyone
BROOKERIN Tallahassee and, if approvedby during a traditional Easter I Egg Hunt in Saratoga Heights ficers. I believe this bill will
Bicentennial Tuesday. change that. What this bill will
the State for the
Commission,would be eligiblefor basically do is upgrade the I am very grateful many
BRIEFby funds on a matching basis. position of correctional of- visitors and all the flowers. I had so
One-fourth of the funds can be Merchants Association Organized ficers and provide educationaland distri-

Jeannette Prescott "in kind" contributions of Bill Wilson was elected alleys and back streets, and training" programs for many flowers that they were
volunteer labor, donated president of the Bradford the installation of decorative them, says Grosse. of buted over the entire hospital.My .
New Arrival materials, etc. Projects can County Merchants Associa- planters were also! discussed Upon completion a
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Lewisare include not only historical tion at an organizational It was decided that the proposed training program
the proud parents of a son, items, such as the restorationof meeting held Monday at 6:30: Association would meet on the would receive $25 more per family and I appreciate each
could to
Eddie Joseph Lewis III, born old buildings, but also new p.m. in the Garden second and fourth Tuesdays of month and earn up
month kindness.
April 8 in Alachua General improvements such as bicycle Restaurant. Other officers each month at 6:30: p.m in the $130 more per by. and every
Hospital. Maternal grand- trails, parks, playgrounds, elected at this time were Fred Garden. participating in the program."It that
parents are Mr and Mrs. D. and practically anything that Barker, vice president; and Those attending the organi- is important we for
S. Alvarez of Lake Butler. would improve the quality of zational and provide adequate training
Dale Brown, secretary- meeting
and it is
correctional officers,
Paternal grandparents are life in the community, presentor treasurer. businesses represented were: Charles Schaefer
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Lewisof future. Members attendingthe Several matters were Dale Brown, Dairy Queen, equally important to providethe
incentive to
Brooker. Mrs. Amanda meeting were asked to be discussed in relation to up- Fred Barker, Sears; John monetary will take the City Councilman
Lewis is the baby's great- P thinking of projects to be grading the image of the Bradley, Southern Discount; officers so they their
grandmother. submitted by communities or business district of downtown Bill Wilson and Cordell Mc- opportunity" Williams upgrade said.
position, Rep.
civic groups. Starke with emphasis on efforts Call Badcock; John and Lee
BirthdaysMrs. The second Monday in each to obtain additional Sanders WPXE; Carlos Both Representatives
Amanda Lewis, April month at 7:30: p.m. was set as parking lots by condemnationor Johnson, City Barber Shop; Grosse and Williams serve on
12; Greg Lewis, April 12, 10 the time for regular meetingsof purchase of some dilapi- W. Brunofsky, The Pack Rat; Corrections.the House Subcommittee on
years old. the corporation. dated buildings. Cleaning up John Slone and Herman Lee

Mr. and PERSONALS Mrs. J. C. Harrellof -

Gainesville were visiting
Mrs Amanda Lewis last

Sunday Carolyn daughter,afternoon Sheryl Endicott Ann Mrs.,and of of the youngerset Put life in house with

Gainesville, were guests of a blue and red top with red new your a
_ Mrs. Lewis Monday af- jeans, from The ClothesCorner
ternoon. new dress shop in
Mrs. Eva llarrell's brother Bradford Square in Starke. Is
and sister-in-law, Capt. and modeled. by Terry Kite in the
Mrs. J. E. Edwards of the annua. Spring Fashion Show
State Farm, were visiting her this :March.

week.Wednesday afternoon of last

Paul Emery, and sons, April 21-27 Is
Mike and Dwight spent some
time at Quincy this week. Week
Mr. and Mrs. Barry E. Library
and children of
Tetstone National Library Week will
Norwich, Norfolk, England, be observed throughout the 'Rome8weet
are visiting Barry's father nation April 21-27, with em-
Mr and Mrs. Shirley phasis on efforts to encourage
and to remain
Tetstone, plan individual Americans to read
weeks. This
here about eight more books and become more
was a happy reunion, as familiar with their libraries.
Barry and his father hadn'tseen Marking Library Week
each other in 28 years. locally will be the Annual Art
Mikell Harrison of Clear- Show, with all persons in the
water is visiting relatives this
Starke area invited to display
week, including Mr. and Mrs.L. .
original works of art.
.L. Dyal of Brooker, and Mr. Mrs. Carl Minx, librarian,
and Mrs. L. C. Kelley of extends an invitation to the Hon
Waldo. public to visit the library
Mr. and and Mrs.children Thomas of during this special week, and
Reese said that the theme for
Asheville, N. C. are visitingMrs. National Library Week is
Reese's brother and "Libraries Let It Be."
Mr. and Mrs.
sister-in-law, National Library Week shouldbe .
Connie Justin and family of observed every week of the
Hawthorne. Mrs. Reese is the by making greater use of
former Joy Justin. She and year availableto
the facilities
her nephew, Clarence, came all Library servicesare
by Sunday night to" visit free ages.to all Bradford '
friends, including Mr. and County residents.
Mrs. Paul D Prescott and
family. qoai !
Mrs. Mae Mott is visitingher Mental IlralthMeet
brother and sister-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Crosby.Mr. : /'os'poIIPd
and Mrs. Tommy
Hamilton and David visited Due to a conflict in
her sister, Mrs. Albert Shaw, scheduling, the District 5
in Savannah, Ga. last Mental Health Board will
weekend. Mrs. Shaw is very postpone its regular monthly
ill, and we hope she will meeting to the following
recover soon. Thursday. April 18, at 7 p.m.
Mr.! and Mrs. Paul Prescott in the Vocational
and Johnny were visiting their Rehabilitation Conference
mother, Mrs. Nellie Pringle, Room, 825 N. E. 23rd Avenue, .

and Lakeland other over relatives the weekend.in Gainesville.A meeting. of the Executive is the best of all times

Mrs. Pringle has been ill, but Committee will be held on the Right now
is some better at this time. same date and in the same
remember these in
Please meeting room at 6 p.m.
your prayers: Mrs. James Both meetings are
Countryman, Mrs. Eva all Citizens Advisory Groups

Harrell, Mrs. Nellie Pringle. and the general- public. to modernize your home--

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Our experts will give your sewing know the that whatever do will be wortha
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I Critical Shortages Blamed AFLCIOSets '. i r +

I On Wage-Price ControlsThe 1974 Goal ElectionsLabor for p N,.T' ? M' wl d n a

disastrous V
Boned immediately and said unions are close to
experiment and
wage price 1 1a
controls has placed hundredsof that four out of five business controlling the country according -
products in critically Hhol'tsupply firms bcl ievc controls are fueling to a new film preparedby
inflation. Committee Political
the on
continued produc-
COPE for use in
Education ( )
tion of thousands of other ,
Preliminary results of 1974 elections. '
1KUI'CY \ the /,
is in serious
items jeopardy( fSi
of manufacturers Only 23 new "friends" in
according to the nation's
two show that one in three firmsreport the House and seven in the
largest business! association
: ) having entailed or Senate are needed to override (
In a joint letter to President
postponed capital expansion Presidential vetoes labor lead-
Nixon the heads
of the
plans because of the influenceof ers say.
Chamber of Commerce of the controls, with two out of The AFL-CIO Council has I

United States and the National three firms indicating that set a goal of raising $2 in "voluntdry" -

Association of Manufacturers I removal of controls would encourage contributions from

urged that wage! them to increase(' mvestment each of the 13.5 million mem- { '# a+ d Lh,' 1
and price controls be aJan1 in production facilities bers in AFL-CIO unions for use
.7 i 1 x
in the 1974 campaign. "Yr .;

These Painter's Poultry chickens didn't fare too well last

Thursday 1 ending up in a SK-100 ditch many of them crushedto

WELLS ELECTRIC ilentli.Chickens ,

Spilled From Trailer

SERVICEElectrical A cargo of live chickens from Jacksonville- using three west on SK-229 April 13, in a Other passengers in the vehicle

belonging to Painter's Poultry heavy duty wreckers, righted 1968 Chevrolet when the were Peggy Crews :J7. Janet Whitehead of Lake
of Jacksonville overturned on the truck and trailer in short vehicle caught on fire after
Beckey Fay ; Jason 3. and Under models'' a halter dress
Contractors SK-100 about two miles south order. backfiring, completely destroying Randal Johns. 14 uitli
of Starke J Friday, April 12, Trooper K. G Etheridge of the vehicle valued at Trooper K. G Etheridge tontrasliiiH' jacket from
The Lady l In Lake
; Kiif Shop
: jAil"0 while standing still and the Florida High Patrol who $300() investigated the accident. Butler
C unoccupied investigated the mishap
,. ", rz-? \3tC Driver Kenneth Gilbert of estimated the damages to the
\\o" -: ;.;,.. \CS Jacksonville had parked his truck and trailer at $1,000. No
= I
: ? TonI Named AT&T Over 9 States
2. ::.-::. .5 .. s\\ 1970 Mack truck pulling a estimate was made on the Long Manager
C = p value ol chickens lost but
\c ? trailer load of chickens valued
SecRESIDENTIALCOMMERCIALINDUSTRIAL'--J.... '-' at $3.000() onto the shoulder of many were crushed in the fall, Thomas T. Long, Jr.,
.ft:"" : the highway causing the and many others injured. district operations managerfor plant and engineering from
weight toshilt to the right side Shannon Crews age 6, American Telephone and !!\ jobs held in Atlanta, New
of the trailer overturning the suffered a broken arm when Telegraph Long Lines rL"T.,'J York, Memphis and Jackson
load onto its right side, and he lumped from his father's Department for the past two : ," Long is a graduate of
DIAL 964-6061 into the shallow highway cal' after it backfired and years in Alburquerque. has .." Bradford County High and
ditch Plastic crates: carrying caught on fire The youngsterthe been appointed Service ': ., attended the Georgia Instituteof
SERVING STARKE AND SURROUNDING AREAS SINCE 1949 chickens collapsed jumped from the vehicle Manager for Long Lines in .li Technology and University
of Florida well J Florida
744 N. THOMPSON ST. STARKE 32091 allowing the load to shill to before it came to a halt Atlanta, Georgia 5 :,'.11 ft ftr State University as He as served In
Sinclair Theodore Crews,
one side In his new position. Long r
the U S at I Fort Ben
P.O. BOX 607 of Starke Army
Walt Wrecker Service ri: was traveling will have responsibility for the 5
Ga., 2nd Lt
ning as a
interstate sales engineeringgroup
the of the late T
Long is son
in the Long Lines'Southern
T. Long and Mrs. Merwin
Area nine
states In Alburquerque covering he 'A- Long, formerly oi Starke now
of Orlando
sA ;
was responsible for the
maintenance and operation of In Alburqucrque. Long was
active the I'TA. Kiwanis
EveryDayLowPrice in
long distance facilities in New
Clumber of Commerce, and
Mexico for Long Lines, the .
INSTANT v advisor to I the ('a,'eel' .
Bell System unit responsiblefor
REGULAR GRINDELECTRIC Committee of the Board ol/
interstate and in
NESCAFE OR A ternational communications.lie Education and an officer on
the Board Directors/ ol Big
PERK joined Long Lines in Brothers
Atlanta in 1964 after receivinga
He and hi1wife, Karen
13,5-13,1\1. degree from
SUPERMARKETS Florida State University He have two children Thorni-
COFFEE COFFEE T Long 111 and Laura Ruth
STARKE'S has experience in traffic TOM LONG


Careful Selection Of Plants PUls II
C w10- APRIL 34 .10 QUANTITY
1 LBBAG ...
79 .D Many J Florida gardenerswill
$14 If the plants are not tagged For container grown pldntf-
JAR I warrplta,1Id10 xuvt be buying plants duringthe as to grade then you must make sure the root Astern I is
U.!.D.L FOOD STAMP next few months as they inspect them closely. Here are well established but not root

COUPONSCENTER start their spring gardening, some guidelines along a bound or growing out of the
so let's try to answer their negative approach: containers !

CUT common question: -Downgrade any plant firmly I i beincorporated I
CENTER CUT i I BONELESS FULL CUT What do I look for when having the following throughout the soil, but not!

1//:1: ::: buying a plant characteristics: Lack ol protruding outside 'IN
SIRLOIN i ROUND CHUCK Plants, like all goods and health and vigor or excessive penetrating into the ground
I services, come in many sizes, succulence An unhealthy Also make sure the plant I is
shapes and qualities. It is justas plant is apparent in most case, adapted to yoU! area Will'I hi
ROAST important to evaluate a -Look for weak poorly plant survive the low or high
STEAKS STEAKS plant before purchase as it is formed, scarred, cracked or temperatures in jour area( ,
I to carefully inspect a garmentor peeling trunks or branches. Will it flower and,or true'
1 home appliance according Poorly distributed branches properly! Is it tolerant to sal,
t&,:. $ 49 ts'j.J>a 39 w to Shannon Smith, home usually lead to "leggy" plants pray if you live in such an
$ 781tl'Elrm grounds specialist. Institute of and should be avoided A area'* And is it labelled\
] I ] Food and Agricultural compact plant is usually more properly as to species and
1"1&11! I / Sciences Univ ol Fla. desirable variety
LB LB A cheap plant in most instances -Avoid plants having leaves If you) can lollow most of
is exactly what the of improper shape size or these suggestions on hllto
.CvcryDayLowPrke Every DaylbwPrke EWeryDayLowPrlcr name implies. You may pay color. Excessive )'ellowing of select a good plant. you will
FYNE BAKE J''FYNEfAtE'SLICED' ,; A..ifcww : tEAM MEATY : very little but you will leaves is an indication of a obtain quality and ,a\"'
MEATLOAF FRESKPORK probably get little in return. problem. Examine leaves for money
Nurseries will periodicallyhave insect disease and _
SHORTENINGone PORK sales where they offer mechanical damage I
top quality at a minimum
SHOULDER First Offering
price But this is an exceptionto
jI the rule, not a common My Neighbors $1150 Acre
3 Lb. Can JJJJ : occurrence. In most cases the

__ best plants will be the most ," -,......,.,. To Start
expensive.. But how do you <' "

J HUNT'S determine best tracts near intersection of
5 10 20 acre
First all.
1 patronize a SR 31}A 214 Most parcels wooded All
LYKES reputable nurseryman who hiqn and dry Ranch Liquidation+
LAUNDRY i SNAK PAEIS I has a neat and presentable Monthly' .' paymontt, start at ISO with long
torn Ownermantes
I place. A sloppy nursery often
STEW : indicates poorly maintained ('\1.1. REST t'E 'I'n 1 1
PUDDING /f} hit
DETERGENT ASSORTED ; 1011 ; plants. "OnI cifiiK-il/ n user HKU.'IY.: "C1I12iU.llm.
AND FRUITSnnioi Secondly inspect each plant S101UIOO) ) in new bu.ineNsdidli : ; : .
individuallrDon1 fall for the I jl.'t in Inn. much Hilliiijl ) ttp ;I

"hard sell' where you are not time loil.ij..
t 69 C allowed to see all plants. -- - -- -
84oz (frurfAr',' 9 i 200z 2$1 1 2C4AON l If the plants your are tagged

ll ,!) 1 1 according to grades and DAYCARE
BOX 1 1 standards as established by

the Florida Division of Plant
BonutBuyFHESH BonusBuyFMCSr ipnmluymrf Industry, your selection is CENTER

jwttr m much easier. A plant graded FROM ARM BABIES tt
*CRISP 'AI a Florida Fancy is an exceptionally -

vigorous plant which is very
CABBAGE ] well shaped, heavily branched CONSTANT CARE- BALANCED SNACKS

t and densely foliated. A NOW OPEN 7:00: A.M. TO 4:30: P.M.
Florida No. 1 grade is a

STALK a healthy vigorous plant whichis REASONABLE RATES
well shaped well branched,

NESTEAICE i 2 is healthy, vigorous, : THEIR PROBLEMS
ORANGEJUICE fairly well shaped, with fair ( >}

TEA L Any branching plant and not fair meeting foliage.the : Greater Bethlehem Free ,"..&

above standards", is a Florida : Will Baptist Church i
fPfphAPuwrAUn. 1 17oz-CREAM STYLE or ; 1134l No 3, This last grade is for 964-5136 U!
MIX GOLDEN WHOLE KERNEL nsq"IEaalcEI culls. The lower the grade at I 1101 CHESTNUT ST AT ASH ST OR
1 the beginning the less chance
Imrm the plant has of being a good

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12 TELEGRAPH April18,1971January

I Land SalesJanuary .
\ ':: orJ, 'I',
: .! !;''.J.v "..I,. "..W !!, .
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y1, ;
1974 land sales 100, $1,500.The Anna M. Funtig, grantor, to and Kelko Daniels grantees
reached a high of $469,900, in OTT Corporation, Wesley Lawson and Louvenia one lot of Parkwood, $25,000.
Bradford County, comparedto grantors, to H. L. Ownby and Lawson, grantees, to 11.5 James F. Starling and
Vera E. acres right of SR-229, $13,900. Elaine R. Starling grantors
a January 1973 total of Ownby, grantees, one : ,
$187,243, and to a December lot of Seminole Ridge, $4,500. Carl McKinley and Rose to Richard Dodd Kennair andMartha Jit .
1973 total Of 621500. Gene D. Adams and EmmieR. Mary McKinley, grantors, to P. Kennair. grantees A a
Largest transaction in Adams, grantors, to Carl Bill Currey and Patricia L. a portion of land lying in
January was the $70,000 sale R. Brumbaugh and Lovelda A. Currey grantees 10 acres of Bradford, County $21,700.
of 100 acres of land within Brumbaugh, grantees, a Woodlawn, 17000. M. F. Wiggins and Mana
right-of-way of SR-225 in parcel of land lying in Indian Ruby Thompson grantor, to Wiggins grantors to
Bradford County. The land Beach, $2,500. Donald R. Hodges and DorisL. Raymond J. Fayo and WandaS.

was sold by Samuel Thomas Flora McKinney, grantor, to Hodges, grantees, parcel Fayo, grantees, one lot of
and Juanita C. Thomas of Clyde G. Columbia, grantee, of land lying west of Thompson Wiggins Subdivision, $4,500.

Bradford County, grantors, to one lot in the City of Starke, St., $7,000 Nathaniel Dyal and Deta M.
Eugene F. Shaw, Starke, and 3500. Clyde G. Columbia, grantor, Dyal, grantors, to Frank C.
R Lamar Shaw, Jacksonville, Raymond W. Bryan and to Mildred Padgett grantee, Clark and Willie M. Clark
grantees.Second. Laura J. Bryan, grantors, to one lot of Livingston, Trudy grantees one lot of Harrison M
largest transactionwas John R. Cannon and Ruth and Company's Addition, Subdivision on HamptonLake

the $38,000 sale of one lot Cannon, grantees, a parcel of $7,800. $7,000. stork
of Lakeside Subdivision on land lying in Bradford County, Sherwood L Swindell and Eva Rigdon Gentry, :
Crystal Lake. The land was $20,000. Lenora S. Swindell, grantors, grantor, to Mark Olin and
sold by Jim Temple and Lea J. Aaron C. Williams and Milta to Herbert Payne and Erma Elaine Olin, grantees, a

Temple, grantors, to ThomasB. M. Williams, grantors, to Payne grantees, three lots in portion of land lying east of
Adams and Conrad G. Calvin Rodney and Eleanor Woodlawn, $13,100.Cothren SR-16, $15,000.Richard iiTJI

Wolfe, grantees. Rodney, grantees, 1.54 acres Medical W. Bryant, ;
Prices of transactions are right of Westmoreland Street, Associates, grantors, to grantor, to Eva Rigdon If t\ '
figured from documentary tax $15,000. Frederec B, Cothren and Gentry, grantee, 30-100( acres f 1
stamps affixed to deeds filedin J. D. Erwin, Barbara A. Edythe S. Cothren, grantees, right of SR-230, $25,000.
the county clerk's office. Erwin, R C. Polhamus, and three lots of Sants Fe Shores, Edwin W. Peck, grantor, to

Listed are sales of $1,000 Judy Polhamus, grantors, to 18300. Morris J. Mallard, grantee,
and over: Glenda J. Green, grantee, one Theron A. Yawn and SonyaK. three lots of E. W. Hayes

J. D. Erwin, Barbara A. lot of South Gate Replat, Yawn, grantors, to R. W. Subdivision. $3,500.
Erwin, R. C. Polhamus and $18,500.M. Wall grantee, three lots of Louis Redding, grantor, to
Judy Polhamus, grantors, to F. Wiggins and Mana Holly Circle Subdivision, James T. Starling and ElaineR.
Baily W Walling and Brenda Wiggins, grantors, to DavidM. 9000. Starling, grantees, 40 acres
B. Walling, grantees, one lot Bush and Lily Myrtle Leslie Gerald Folsom] and lying in Bradford County,
of South Gate Replat, $21,000. Bush, grantees, one lot of Mary Folsom grantors to $15,700.
Maitland Whitehead and Wiggins Subdivision, $5,400. Robert Alan Schmidt,

Doris Whitehead, grantors, to Benjamin Suslow and Anna grantee, one lot of Crystal .
Robert L. Hayes and Carolyn Suslow, grantors, to Gerald E. Lake Homesites, $12,000. Conventional wisdomis Ground Is broken for new educational building and parsonage at !Madison Street Baptist

C. Hayes, grantees, one lot of Brown, grantee, a portion of Wayne Walter Sapp and that the opening of Church.Madison.
R. N. Dowlings Subdivision, land lying in Bradford County Carolyn G. Sapp, grantors, to the football season will
Ronald G. Williams and

$8,000.Ida B. Brewington Griffin, 9000.R. O Simmons and Willie Patricia L. Williams, grantees high take cost our minds of living off but the St. Church] Has Ground BreakingMadison

grantor, to Container Cor- M. Simmons, grantors to two lots of Livingston, what's to take our
poration of America in Fer- Franklin R. King and Lollie K. Truby and Company's Ad- minds the
dition $16,000.Longchamp. high cost Street Baptist for a new educational buildingand The educational early fall.Pictured.
nandina Beach, grantees, a King, grantees one lot of of foothill? buildingwill
Homes, Inc. Church conducted Ground parsonage to cost be used classroom
parcel of land containing 0.72 Temple's Addition to Starke as
of an acre right-of-way on SR- $16,500. grantors, to Joseph F. Daniels Breaking Services March 31 $137,000.( space and as a fellowship hall above are the
on special occasions. The new participants in the Ground
parsonage will be built on the Breaking Ceremony at
church lot at the corner of Madison Street Baptist
Epperson Street and Butler Church: ((1-r) Gerald
Road Williams, Mrs. H. A. Lawson,
Don Morgan of Green Cove Michael Redfearn, Con-
Springs is architect for the tractor, A. J. Thomas, Denton
project. Michael Redfearn of Sumrall, Pastor, David
Keystone Heights is the Lawson, H. A. Lawson, Don
ThanksAgain contractor in charge of Morgan, Architect, John
building both structures. Sapp, Chairman Building
Completion is slated for the Committee.

Roses Are Florida's

'4 Number One FavoriteThe

rose bush is one of or three times per week. It
Florida's number one goes almost without saying
flowering plants according to hat a rose needs more
Florida !Nurserymen: and spraying than other plants.
Growers Association
(1FNGAThe! : ) Hibiscus and This operation is required at
other plants are producing an least once a week for quality
to all of abundance of blossoms but flowers.
you these are primarily grown in
the central and southern partof
the State. The rose bush! is

adapted to all areas. Modern Lau: c:11E:
< breeding techniques in new
under stocks and new
varieties enhance quality tlLLE (((!lLPRES.ENTS

flowers produced in the yard,

or outdoor living area. .

You have made the Second Annual Youth Steer Show & from Hose bushes most are nurserymen available

already potted and ready for I GLat( I Ii tit! ittr

Sale another outstanding success. planting.
There are a number of [ aur:

advantages to planting a rosebush

flowers that are produced at COUNTRY MUSIC'S BEST
months out of the
Guaranty Federal Saving A Loan Assoc of Starlit? Dukes Grocery least nine
T G & Y Z. W. Hamilton year, and with proper growing 6 Night a Week
Swift & Company Lake Buller Farm Supply practices you will have
Blalocfc Meat Market/ Mary Carter Paint Featuring Guest Artist:
other three
(lowers the
J. R. Wainwright Florida Farm Credit: Service
Jackson Building, Supply of Starke, Fl, Inc. Fellon Smith months. A second advantageto Linda AmersonFri.
Rotary Club: of/ Stark Cecil C. Melvin a rose bush is that it can be
Brown's Refrigeration S. M. Brown grown in the son or in a and Sat. Night
Florida Motor A Equipment Company: Hackery Brother. Farm Equip.
If Only S 1.00 Caver Chargx
Clay: Electric Operative: Inc. Raymond Brown container. you are
Florida, Pest Control: & Chemical Company J. M. Howard apartment Jeller with a. From 9 PM.2 AM
Anted Timber RAW Farm Equip. small patio, a rose makes a
Container Corporation Robert Cash: Feed need
Joe Shaw Standard 011 Station of Lake Butler Fl J. T. Parrlsh. nice accent plant.
Kenneth Stansill Cargo Station Edward snaddAlliton at least eight hours of full suna at Bobby'sHideaway
Andrew Drug, Inc. of Lake Butler/ Fl snadd day. They should be fertilized -
J. D. Grill Grocery Raifortf Parts Service, Co.: at least every two
Marklee Alvarez DuKes ApplianceUnion
weeks for maximum flower
County Time Mrs Raymond Brown
Rivers Hardware a Furniture Saber Johns production. However
Howard. Auto Parts C. B. Haves watering is the key to good 301 North-Waldo
Parnsn Food Store
Homer Hart
(Ilower abundance. The bush,
Archer Funeral Home of Lake Butler Fl. Ron Newdenk
Lake Butler Apparel Company: Donald Welch if grown in the soil, should be
Harhs R. Ellington Construction, Inc. BAR Hog Farm thoroughly soaked at least two
Lake Butler Farm Center M B Sanchec. Livestock Hauling
Roseoe Seat Timber Producer Bills C. B. Radio
Brown Brothers Store of Worthington Springs James Cannon
Toberf's Cain. Feeds Marwood Acers
K. ft K. Grocery of Worthington, Springs Williams Jewelry City Fish and Meat Market
A. J. Sounder J. V. Edwards
Lake Butler Rotary Club Thomas Oil' Co.:
Spires IGA Store Stanley Green HIGHWAY 16 964-8O77
Johnnie, ) B. Thompson Tries Construction Co.
Stoke Bradford County Chamber of Commerce Jerry Whiteheid
Baldwin Chew: .Olds. Inc. Paul Starling Sunnyland
Bradford County Telegraph Inc. Morris Brown '
Harry Gruen. D D. ft., P. A. Kenneth Clinton
Garden Restaurant, Inc. Mrs. Glenn Browning
Farm best, Inc. Howard Roberts SMOKED
Andrew Drug s, Inc Note's Beauty Shop
Bradford.Union Cattlemen Association Mor,,'* FlorlttSportsman's
O. M. Hale World Truck Stop "
Farm Bureau Insurance Edwards Dairy 59.Sunnyland
Florida Bank of Starke John R. Kin
Community. State Bank of Starke George Pierce .
Farmers and Dealers Bank of Lake Butler Fl.
Union County Farm Bureau
Bradford County: Farm Bureau
Columbia Live Stock Market
Jeneva M. Flynn
J. R. Kelly Tan Collector
George Robert County Commissioner BUYERS
E. O Allen County CommissionerDave SMOKED
Paulk, County Commissioner
Mowara"i Auto Perk ol Lake ButlerHigh
Ralph Bryan County Commissioner
Dolpn .. Reddish, SheriffGene Spring Milling
Long Ta Assessor '. Sawyer Slad Gas
Elsie Sanders County Judge PuDllx Super Markets BACON. .69"

O. S. Brown. Clerk of Circuit CourfDave Hay Fletcher Crawford Farm Supply .
Shuford' County CommissionerB
Alachua Milling !nTheron /.
W. Hodges
J. R. Wainwright
A. Yawn JrGreen's .
Grocery of BrooderBrooker
Peed FairCoaiial
Supermarket Fresh _
011 of Lake Butler
AN D MAY WE RaY Carroll Grocery. of BrookerFarmers Stark Dairy Queen
Mutual change .. GROUND BEEF.
Shaw a Kopelousos J.C. W. OitaanFarmer Br.lw.IIIK.nluck"( Fried Chlckon. ) LB.
The Rancher Inc
AGAIN EXPRESS and Dealers Bank ol Lake Butler
Gainesville Stockman
J. M Idwardt. Jr.
Gainesville Livestock Market Pin Air Farms Inc. Chuck

OURVERYSINCEREAPPRECIATION I The Country MUD of Lake Butler Brawn Brother Grocery R ST'rGOSTEAK: 98 ?,B.STEAK .

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The Sweetest Strawberrlea TMt Side of Heaven Fla. Conf. Track Meet

April 18,1974 TELEGRAPH Page 13 A
To Be Held In StarkeSix

teams will battle it out team that is strong in the sixth place winners.
} Tornado Gridders Will for the Florida Star Conference sprints and relays. St. "Sherman has a fine chanceto
track championship in Augustine should make fifth place, if not win the state
Jkrzt+ ,; anE Starke this Saturday, but a place coming with a good intermediate hurdles," states
well-balanced Palatka South sprint group and two good shot Howard. "He has been
I Begin Spring Practice team is a strong favorite for put and discus throwers. working hard for the last few
E I : championship they won last Fernandina Beach doesn't weeks.
.w', ,t +.wp utSL year.Bradford. have a large track team and "Our season's started out
placed second in Coach Howard feels that they real good and we were
I last year's meet. This time it will probably not be a factor in showing a lot of depth, then we
Mon. With 21 Lettermen will be a race between BHS the meet. lost some personnel and we
and Orange Park for therunnerup Palatka is very strong in the got in a little slump," com-
" spot distance events and has good mented Howard. The team
I Some 55 gridders are expected defensive tackle, Gary P.J.Jenkins is the only split Orange Park is excellent in people in the sprints. South had a discussion and all they
j; to report Monday for Wallace, offensive and end to come back as a the field events and out- should score around 115 pointsin have on their minds is district
spring football drills at defensive tackle; David returner while the other three .. standing in the relays while the meet, according to and state competition."
Bradford High School, according Harper, offensive guard back ups are out for the first .
; w --=-_ _':: __.4'I.. Aft. : carrying a couple of good Howard.
to Heach Coach David Early Chandler as guard and time or up from JV Johnny distance people, according to "Orange Park will be a
r Hurse,with 35 varsity players linebacker; Marlon Thorntonat Covington and Jerome This Fernandina runner slips by for one run while Tornado Head Tornado Track Coach challenge for us because they Normans,
taking part.During offensive center; Dwight Reddish will be playing split defense men are busy trying to put a man out at first Grover Howard. have improved, but we are
.: the first two weeks Barber, guard and linebak- end and are up from the JV. BHS is strong In the mile fired up to get second place Colonial
of spring practice the varsityand cer; Donnie Sewell at offensive Robert Brown coming out BHS Nine Beats relay, half mile and hurdles. again," commented Coach
junior varsity squads guard and for the first time. Larry Sherman is the BHS Howard
basics the
combine to at
.cover noseman, and Sheldon Hodge So far, Jimmy Prevatt will strongman and is a favoritefor The meet starts at 10-30: Win BigWomen's
same time.Twentyone as defensive and ottensive be the number one quar- taking first place in the 330 a.m. with preliminaries and
will be
players end terback, as a sophomore, FB 4-3 Loses intermediate hurdles. BHS finals in the long jump and Softball may be a
returning to the varsity squadas Hurse also listed returneesthat after playing part of last has a strong mile relay team shot put and trials for the 120 little lopsided this year, as
two year players, having he felt would also be season on the varsity team. which consists of George high hurdles, 220 yard dash, indicated by the opening
last season'steam.
experience. on will be from important to the team and Mike Gaskins will be a To Raiders 63Taking Bennett, Joe Gordon, Larry and 100 yard dash. games Tuesday night when
The rest

up have experience on the var- senior and along with Bruce Sherman and Sheldon Hodge. Then at noon the trials for Norman's Farm rolled 23-1
the j. v. or newcomers. sity club. Barnes will probably be the two runs in the fifth Now the Tornadoes stand Bradford's half mile people the high jump will be run. over Koch's Drugs and
"We are looking for spring with Danny Anderson will be at back up quarterbacks, according inning Bradford Baseballers with a 5-8 season record and at are Mark Hodge, Paul Par- Finals in all running events, Colonial Florist beat Blalock
practice next Monday offensive guard, Donnie Neelat to Hurse. edged 4.3 by Florida Star 4.7 in the conference. sons and Larry Paterson. discus and pole vault will startat Meats 20.2.Norman's.
great expectations, says tackle, Alan Norton at The Tornado team will have Conference rival Fernandina Tommy Wise pitched a five "These people should do a 1 pm,. may very well
Head Coach Hurse.hard"The boys guard, and Gary Rowe at the three returning running backs Beach here Tuesday after hitter at Fernandina while good job," stated Howard. Trophies will be given to the have a good chance to defend
have been working since offensive tackle spot. next year Tommy Reddish, losing 6-3 to Orange Park last Howard predicts that Live winning team and ribbons will
(See 11))
and Page
January in conditioning "The kids up from the JV Matt Hull and Bruce Barnesall Friday in Starke. Oak will come in fourth with a be awarded to first through Page lit)
running and are raring to go. have good potential and could will be seniors next season.
Practice begins Mondayand be starters on the team,"says Running backs that will be --
the team will be prac- Coach Hurse. coming up from the JV will be
ticing four times a week for 20 Joe Lazenbee will be Beaver DeSue, Henry Aycox,
practice sessions. playing the guard and and Jimmy Clark.
"Potentially we can have a linebacker spots. Gary
good team next year, but we Bakken will be trying for "Many of the returners will
have certain gaps that we be offense and defensebut .
offensive guard, Robert Best playing ,',
have to fill in order to be will be playing at center, and some will be playing ; 4
good," stated Hurse. Rex Seimer will be trying for strictly defense," stated '
Last year the peppy Tor- the guard spot. Darrell Scott Hurse. Those players are:
nado team ended the year will play at end and Wayne Mike Gaskins at monsterman
with a 5-4-1 record, after Scott will try for the tackle Johnny Nichols and 1 .
suffering consistent injuries spot. David McMillian at safety "-,
midway through the seaoon. Scott Pooser will be playingon and Darell Riddick at corner. +Yf$ rQ .,iY pti rM nr. \ N ;+
"A 5-4-1 record is really not the team, coming to BHS All of these played on varsity .''l r
indicative of the caliber team for his first year. last year.Bassmaster'sTournamenl. ; IM:4): ) .r ; { ."
we had this season," stated !Ji ,;.' ,
Coach Hurse after last year's ti.C '
: :
season ended. 7 .; .

Coach Hurse listed the ,_ 3 '. '.' ,

returnees the team that as will linemen probablylead this Held On St. Johns RiverBradford 'I'.':-: "

year and that he thinks are ( \ \
good football players. Bassmasters of guests participated in the bass L 4 *r wr ',
Dale Haas will be back next Starke held their March fishing contest. r- *- -" jfv :5 r { c

year as a senior and will be tournament Saturday, March Winning twosome of the ,. > -I' ii;, cNe'r.
playing both end positions, 16, on the St Johns River and tournament, which was 'I ? : .s4i' ,
Tommy Edwards will be all connecting bodies of water, conducted with every member ,,, ,,
I playing at the offensive tackle with the launch site at Dunn's bringing a guest, was Don .
positions Mark Hildreth wiU Creek near Palatka. Brown and his guest Don
I I be playing offensive and Twenty-two members and Thompson. This couple camein

w w r r w r w wP "singing the blues" at the
mid-day weigh-in. But the
sight of a 6 3-4 pound bass,
caught by Denton Sumrall put
YOUR BODY IS them back on the prowl. It .= ida
WORKING VERY HARD! seems that "the Preacher"
caught his bass while fishingfor
I Need a good reason to take extra good a snake. The winning
care of your health? Here's a typical day thata weight was 26 1-2 pounds
body puts in. shared between Brown and
Heart beats 103,689 times Thompson. Guest Thompsonalso
you breathe 23,010 times 11 caught the biggest bass of
you inhale 438 cubic feet of air the tournament,a lunker of 11
you speak 4,800 words
nails grow .OOOOttf Inch 1.4 pounds. r et
, Second place in the tour-
3.25 of
you eat Ibs. food
I you drink 2.9 quarts of liquid nament was taken by Harold A +
, you lose .875 pounds of waste Branham and Gerald Tmii
you move 750 muscles Williams, who had a com-
your hair grows 01714 Inches bined weight of 18 pounds 1
I you exercise 7,000,000 brain cells ounce of bass. Williams seemsto
To keep your body In top shape you have had "problems on the ,na,+ r ,k M4 ,nJ+rr3k f
should see your physician for regular check- line," he only called up one 14 f t N'r' w'
ups and at the first symptoms of an illness. bass at 1 pound 15 ounces. 1
YOU OR YOUR DOCTOR CAN PHONE US Some of the boats reportedin
when you need a delivery. We will deliver with only empty stringers.The .
a promptly without extra charge. A great many wind made fishing rough.
people rely on us for their health needs. We One member, Bassmaster of t*
welcome requests for delivery service and charge the year for 1971 and 1972, J.
accounts. > E. Denmark didn't even show
up for the weigh-in. The
champ is about to lose his

984.6757 title.The
Club's next monthly
KOCH'S tournament will be held
Saturday, April 20, at Santa
i Fe Lake. Members will comein FURCONDITIONED
166 W CALL ST. STARKE.: FLA. -- at noon for a fish fry, with t974 PINTO
fishing activity resuming at 2
o'clock. Members will eat
what they catch.

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I Women's Softball....... Skating Rink And Baptist BHS Nile..... Pre-Season Tourney I

(From Page 13)) \ (From Page 13)

the city championship they the second inning. Season With WinsLawtey leading BHS hitting two of two Starts Friday Night t
have held for the last two In the third inning Nor- Open at the plate.Bradford .
years. The women's teams man's scored five runs then in drew first blood in will and All-World player Corky I
play every Tuesday and the fourth scored seven moreto the game when Junior Matt The Green Machine Rogers is on the team. I
Skating Rink and
Mercer sacrificed to right ball to left field and the fielder Fifth Annual Starke
host the
Friday nights at Westside end the 22.1. Hull tripled and Wise Other teams in the
game First Tommy
Church men's
Baptist field to knock in John Powell made an error and Mobleyand Pre-Season Men's Softball
ParkNorman's. Colonial scored four pointsin Softball teams the sacrificed Hull in for the first tournament are: Cook'sExxon
opened who Park
tripled. Then in the Long scored. Barrett at Westside
started the game the first inning and three in run of the game Tournament ; trom Palatka, Jack
season Monday night with second inning Baldwin scored scored on a fly ball by Larry this Friday night at 7
right scoring four the Then starting Chevrolet from
points in the second.Colonial racked up wins local Softball in the second inning Wilson St
first inning and in the as when Steve Cox singled and Kollms to put Lawtey in front and last through Sunday. Adair :
seven eight runs in the fourth inning Fernandlna's Randy p.m. Augustine, Land
second to take lead.Koch's programs get underway under Randal Thomas tripled to 4-3 at the end of the fourth Green Machine, managedby of
an 11-1 and six in the fifth to end the of the Starke Tomlinson led off with a scaping Orlando, and
auspices knock Cox in.
Then Lamar Strickland won
scored its only run in game two innings short Recreation inning. double and Garry Roland Townsend Thompson Sporting Goods of
Department Sanford sacrificed left last
to fieldto After that scored
-- --' Sheryl Jackson and Brenda Lawtey took the first Lawtey singled to knock him in to tie the championship year Savannah, Ga.
gameof Thomas in home and the fifth
put four Longhornsof
Roberts led Colonial in hilling, the runs in inning the game 1-1 at the end of the over the runner-up The Green Machine
season 9-4 Baldwin
over Baldwin in front in The
31. and one more sixth to Satellite Beach.
both getting three-of-four at second inning.FB presently has a 11-3 record
Chevrolet while the
Baptists scored its first Baldwin 9-4. be in the
/, bats. Colonial had two in field rolled 16-0 over the Methodistsin Lawtey run ease by gained the lead in the Longhorns will not after winning the Spring Invitational .
in the first when
4 1 \ '. .. home runs. Sheryl Jacksonand the second. inning Skippy third inning when a Pirate tournament this year. Tournament in
Crawford hit a fly ball to left ItIPTISTMETIODISTGAME Twelve teams will make up
)!J" 'I. Karen Reddish each got Smith and Brown Electricof field and made it to second runner got on first on an error the tournament. Two local Palatka three weeks ago and
I Brooker, Cunningham Gulf base. Then The First Then Charles Hull doubled Gulf and placing second in the
PN one.Sandra Raymond Mobley Baptist Church teams, Cunningham
Norman led theNorman's and put runners on second and Canaveral Seafood Tour.
and the
Hippies remained idle hit a fly ball center field and started out strong in the game Baldwin Chevrolet, and Green
team in hitting during the i irst of action. third. Clyde Sweat, then hit a nament at Merritt Island last
"Give a woman enough rope getting a perfect four-for-four night Crawford scored. when Donnie Bagwell openedup single and knocked in both Machine. Five clubs will come week, in field of 32 teams.

and she'll soon put another Diann Jordan, Pam Woods B.\LnWIS-L\\\'T1-Y: : -: Mobley and Frank Long the game with an in the runners to put FB in front 3-1 from JacksonvilleMicro: Woody Strickland and
both which field homerun. Then Hatcher Seaboard
clothesline In the bathroom!" and Kathy Whitehead each hit Baldwin took the lead the singled, put after the third inning Reproduction, Randall McGee of Starke are
in runners on first and second. Wilbur Waters, and Dale Senior Coastline, Sleiman En-
three-of-four Stuart Duncan the leading hitters for Green
first inning when Larry Then Johnnv Barrett hit a flv Haas followed the home run tripled in the fourth Inning. terprise, Green Brothers and Machine. Willie Powers of

with three more runs to takean Jackson Prevatt walked to Warren Motors. Warren Gainesville is leading in
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----- ---------------------- continuing Motors is probably
first, then while attempting to runs. In the Canaveral
In the second inning Baptist steal second number one team in the state,
Duncan took the Tourney he hit seven home
scored four more runs and in chance and went home for according to Strickland. Two
a Kenneth Carlton hit
Athletic 0 Hause i iwSSmSmtfia'Kf runs. four
the fourth scored two. They the team hosted the
run to tie the game 33. years ago home runs out of five hits
really racked up in the fifth Jimmy Prevatt led off the World Softball ChampionshipAlcoholism during the tournament.This .

150 \V. Call St. Starke 964-7414 inning, scoring six runs to fifth inning for BHS with a year the Machine has
take the in a short five
game walk then
stole second
base. three additional players on the
innings 160. Wise, for the second time of team from the First Baptist
Haas led the Baptists in the game, knocked Prevatt in team. They are Eddie Hazen,
hitting, getting three of four
for a run. Wise stole second Is ThreatTo Randall McGee and Danny
while scoring two runs.
and Green base
got a hit to McKinney.
knock him in for the winningrun. Admission to the

SocietyPlans touunament will be $1 for the
"We have been playing tight whole tourney or 50 cents each
Starke Youth ball games lately,'' stated to push an day. The finals will start
Head Baseball Coach Harry Sunday afternoon at'4
the p.m.
educational on
Enlist In Hatcher. "The last three or program
dangers of alcoholism were
four ball games have been
the. Starke
discussed at
I Nr US Air ForceAirman split by one run. Rotary Club last week by Dr
Orange Park used a pair of
I I ..- walks, a triple by right fielder William Lennon, director of 301
I I .... : ;: Clifford R. Hand, John Flowers, and a sacrificefly the Bradford County Mental

I .'- .-"'-:..--- ... .. ..-.JIt..t..L.. 18, son of Mr and Mrs. Walter to unknot a 3-3 tie in the top Health Unit.
I :;..-- : ."- ,-. R Hand of Route 1, Starke, of the eighth Inning. The speaker said there are
I .. :::. If ;' has entered the U. S. Air Bradford came from a 3-1 some 300,000 alcoholics in DRIVEIN
I ..;;:-.--. .... -.f" -,..."" ..' Force's Delayed Enlistment deficit in the bottom of the Florida, and between 300 and
I __ Program. seventh inning to put the game 500 problem drinkers in
I \ .. ;: m .- As a member of the DEP, into an extra inning. BHS used Bradford County. Alcoholism Fri., Sat.

I 100 Sq.Ft. Landing Mat. 13' Fram Diam 11' 8" x 7' 11" Bed 5' x 1O'B"Trampline Airman Hand has already three walks to fill the bases. results in economic loss,
I starting accruing time in the Then scored one run each on a family loss, and unnecessaryloss
I 1l1clt.Hes UsPfU Air Force for pay purposes, hit-batsman and a single by of life Dr. Lennon said; it ELLIOTT KASTNER presents'
I /0 although he will not enter Hull to tie the game. is not just a religious problem, CLIFF GORMAN
I I CertJ 'Tfi. /I active duty status until mid- Charlie Green was the but also a psychological, and a
I pelt' July. At that time he will losing pitcher for BHS physical one. JOSEPH BOLOGNA
Fun JIQr"i'3$499DD
Er Exercise!
I board a commercial airlinerto striking out an impressive 11 Dr. Lennon warned that the in
I Lackland Air Force Base, and walking four during the habit of drinking is a way
I Texas, where he will undergosix complete game. Green, some people have of dealing (
I $27995 :weeks of basic training. He captain of the team, hit a with anxiety and other ngq
I has successfully completed a single one of three-at-bats. problems, and often leads to ) 1'11JL
I series of tests which qualifiedhim Hull was the leading hitter addiction. "With continued }
n e
I to enter the mechanicalcareer for BHS in the Orange Park regular use, the body buildsup L
I field. game hitting a perfect two of a dependence on alcohol,
I I T-Shirts Decals Converse Shoes A 1974 graduate of Bradford two. Jimmy Prevail hit one of and gets to the point where the PG Dinted Artists

I County High School, Airman three while scoring one run. individual actually can't do I M L A I H ,
I iiii Hand was enlisted into the Air Bradford plays Friday at without it."
I $199ea. $ J25IOOQOOOOO0OOOOOO4 $1195 Force by Sgt. Frank Secula of home against Palatka South He pointed out that under
I 11 the Gainesville RecruitingOffice. for the last regular season the recent Myers Act, public PLUS
fcooooow K3OOOQQOO0O4 I game for both teams. intoxication is no longer
"Chrome And Hot"Sun.
regarded legally as a criminalact
but a judge can sentencean

BHS Band Wins Highest needed alcoholic treatment to and undergo care. ., Mon

OVER $2,5 OOOOO. He said the State had ap-

propriated $7,500 to set up a "INVASIONOF
District Con icert RatingSuperior halfway house for Bradfordand
Union Counties to help

On March 16 the Bradford is the highest deal with the growing problemof THE

t that'swhat High School marching band rating a band or band membercan alcoholism.
attended the annual District 3 receive. Excellent is the The problem can be dealt BEE GIRLS"R
concert festival and was rated second highest rating. with successfully only when
4 straignt superior, or an all-A The band is now qualified to the community recognizesthat 131W1 visc" ana.IaraIUlu>1 QlhtliSun"
.. [ **
rating.On enter the state contest to be alcoholism is a disease ,
1 March 2 five BHS band held in Tallahassee May 9.11. a disease which our society

students attended solo and The band's annual spring actually encourages through Mon"ANGELS.
ensemble contests earning the concert will be given this yearon social drinking and other
following ratings: April 26 at 8 p.m. in the pressures, Dr. Lennon said
call -Forrest Blankenship, alto Bradford High School DIEt

you saxophone, excellent. auditorium. Admission will be E R I rijU
1 -Jimmy Brownlee, tenor $1 for adults, 50 cents for R e. 1 Ii"

saxophone, excellent. students. :: / f1.--
-Kathy Casey, flute, Attending concert festivalon 34 Ttr..... ..:
hitting the superior.Kenneth. March 15, the Bradford HotBloodedMachines
McKinney, Middle School band receivedan
baritone saxophone, excellent excellent rating. The BMS
students will also perform
-William Waters with the high school band in and

green in the trumpet, excellent. the spring concert. .:.. Hopped Up

.;- Women!
'.rl, ,
r4rrr. "What beats me is why I

I County Receives lacing Tax Fundsshares look forward to my days off IN COLOR
GuarantyFederal all week long."
A as into rlcrurn rrlrar
TALLAHASSEE Checksfor of racing tax revenues,
'I. $84,500 have been mailedto with a ceiling of $446.500
"& each of Florida's 67 imposed by statutes

counties, including Bradford, Dickinson said it will probably
O0. I ". t. from race track tax collections be two months before the FLORIDA THEATRE
booot Lh4g State Comptroller Fred O. In Bradford County, the
tcoot (Bud) Dickinson. racing revenues are divided
eo Invitational Each county has now equally between the school Fri., Sat., Sun.,

iq4" received $319,000 said board and county com
Dickinson, responsible for the mission, each receiving e e
handling, mailing and accounting $223,250.
SAVINGS INFORMATION Last Guaranty Federal Savings and of all state warrants After expenses and other JoeephCLehneProeenu Joseph' E.Uvim tai Avco Embusy PmtnlAiluloZinpnlliFilm
(checks). Under Florida law, costs of operating the pari- An Avco Embuay film
Loan Association paid over $2.500,000 to all counties are allowed equal mutuel trust fund .

Type of Account Mm. Investment MM.. Term Annual Rate Annual field savers! That's what you call hitting the "Tbe '

Passbook SavwiJ None NBK 52S'/o 5391/. green! This year even. more money will ) 9ti-

,Hew CertilC! te J1.000 SO Oas S.15'5.92% be earned in the Guaranty Federal Invitational 0aII Me _.N'a.D2e"

New Certificate J1.000 1 Hear ESO'/o 672/( ...and you're invited to share it! Bible Answers: -. TrinitN".T
New Certificate J1.000 2 '/ Tears 675/o 698/o

New Certificate 11.000 4 Tears 1.5040 7.79'/0 It's easy to play in the Guaranty Federal a

Invitational. Just"'atop by any Guaranty CAN A CHI LOOP GOD FALL AND BE LOST?
An AJre
Mien earnings are allowed to compound daily Federal Office and open or add to a savings .........y..._.. J
The Bible teaches that a child of God can fall and be lost:
_A substantial interest penalty is required for!: early withdrawal on certificate plans plan. Your money will earn the highest 1 1. Christians are warned to take heed lest they fall. (II I Cor. 10:12)).

interest allowed by law on passbook savings 2. A child of God can quit believing IHeb. 3:12): ).
3. Some Christians did fall from grace(Gal.5:4)).
certificates! You can't lose because
4. The parable of the sower teaches that Christians can fail to bear r-------
each insurable account is protected by an fruit and thus be lost(Man. 13:3-8,13-23,7.19); : ),

of the Federal Government! Before 5. A Christian's harvest will be dependent upon his sowing (Gal.
Gainesville: 220 N. Main agency 679): ) .A :J,.,l <&.!Jh

3501 University AVI. you know it, you'll be hitting the green in 6. Christ will spew the lukewarm out of his mouth (Rev.3:16))

3300 S.W. Archer Road the Guaranty Federal Invitational! 7. The parable of the vine and the branches proves that a Christiancan
be severed from Christ and burned(Jno. 1516): ). A BEAUTIFUL OLD TRUTHWhy
Starker 395 W, Madison 8. We learn from the parable of the talents that a servant of the
Keystone Heights: Lawrence Blvd and Sylvan Way Don't be just an ordinary duffer with Lord can be lost (Matt. 25:14-301.: )

your savings! .take lesson from the pros at 9. Jesus said that he would gather certain ones out of his kingdomand

Guaranty Federal. They'll show you how cast them into the furnace of fire(Matt. 13:41.: 421). should religion be associated with tombs and cemeteriesand
There are thousand who"shrink back unto perdition" (Heb. 10:38, musty, dead ritualism? True
to score big in this year's Federal spiritual worship is a joyous
Guaranty 391.) They were once faithful Christians, but now it is different. "77)0 happy. lively occasion.

Invitational ...it's the best game in town. last state become/ worse with them than the first" (en Pet.2:20)). Pentecost is not a denomination but anexpenence: Acts 2:13-

17 scoffers rejected the whole thing saying, "these men are full
Guaranty Federal of new wine ; Peter standing up with the eleven (Not in full
agreement)For these are not drunken,as ye suppose-but this
Southmido Church of Christ: is that which was spoken by the prophet Joel-1 will pour out of
I my spirit upon all flesh

Savings and Loan AssociationThe 3 MILES SOUTH OF STARKE ON U.S. 301 God Friend? Don't would you like to really feel the refreshing Spirit of
give up on all religions until you have investigated
the true baptism of the Spirit, 204 N. Water St., Pastor Rev. 0
Friendly Savings Center! Send questions to: Schedule of Services L Wells. Phone I 9647420New Home Missions Work but
Casey A. Carlisle, Sunday beautiful old truthlI'age !
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Stock Sold In 1902 To Improve

County' Agents' By

'Carriage & Bicycle9Road To LakeBack Notebook BobbyTaylor rz\' '

in 1902 the big front With water clear as crystal: plateau of clean, open pine Work has commenced, rightof UYr Possibilities have been farmers and landowners. I
page news in The Telegraph laving clean, sloping sandbeach forest, and its surface is, way secured, and nearlyone mentioned before, but now the have had numerous calls
was the selling of stock to fed by inexhaustible perhaps, at greater elevation mile of the road already real thing has been set. Open- recently concerning methodsof
citizens for the Improvement mineral springs under the above the level of the sea than cleared of stumps. It is hopedto ing date for the farmer to control. Our mild winter
Starke of a road from surface of the lake, always any body of water in the state. put the entire line in good, consumer vegetable and other seems to have caused an increase -
Kingsley Lake. cool and refreshing, men, fast traveling order. products marke will open on and spread of this
The following article appeared women and children simply Realizing that rapid transitis Thursday, May 9. The hours of serious pest
under the heading: shout for joy as they plunge the great necessity, our The stockholders to date operation have not been
have formed Good established but The imported fire ant looks
and swim and sport in the a Alvarez something
follows J. G. ,
are as :
STARKE and KINGSLEY clear, silvery waves. Roads Company, and N. T. 2 shares; C. L. Peek, 2; N. T. P like 4 PM to 7 PM is being like ordinary ants, but there
differences. Their
are great
Ritch,J. G. Alvarez, and C. L. talked.
LAKE ROAD CO. On a bright, still day a Peek are trustees of the Edmondson Ritch,2W.T; Weeks, 1J; E. mounds are usually bigger
shining nickel be ,1; N.W. Francis, and when the mounds disturbed
Citizens of can seen to the We want everyone to be are -
Starke have manage
thirty feet down in the building 1: E. S. Matthews, 1; T. A. the ants attack
awakened to the fact that deep and grading of a interested, involved and by
within five miles of the corporate beautiful cool depths. carriage and bicyle road from Knight and Co., 1; J. M. r E'g' participating in this activity. sinking powerful jaws into the
limits of Lake Starke to Kingsley Lake. Alvarez, 1; Jno. C. Wills, 1; A. Growers of vegetables and skin and repeatedly thrust
Kingsley The lake is about two and H. Freeman, 1; Geo. A. Gardiner ... strawberries will have an their poisonous stingers into
(offers the loveliest, coolest, one-half miles in diameter and The shares are$25 each, and 1; M. G. Rowe, 1; W. M. opportunity to sell to anyone the flesh. The stings cause
and most restful health-
almost perfectly round. It all subscribers will be entitledto Solomon, 1; A. V. Long, 1; J. who would like to get quality long lasting sores that some
renewing the world.summer resort in sparkles like a gem of light all the pleasures and E. Futch, 1; E. E. Johns, 1; produce at a reasonable price times leave scars. People
and life upon an elevated benefits of the road. Powell and Powell, 1. Complete to minute detail this Teddy Bear cake by Marian for their table or freezer. We who are allergic to the stings

Underhill was easily the sweepstakes winner in the Food hope there will be many other may require medical Cd..,.
Any Citizen desiring to takea Department. Note bumble bee on bear's right foot, the products like plants, eggs, Fire ants may also attack and
share, and by so doing be contrasting colors, clearly defined. pecans brought to the market kill newborn pigs, calves and
etHTORlALS4.WHHHHHHHHHHnaBnMM entitled to all the pleasuresand and bought by the folks who other animals.
: benefits of the road, can have need of them.
call on any one of the trustees Properly used pesticides
and subscribe. Teddy Bear Cake Tops Market Manager Bob Allen appear to be the only practicalmeans
-. and I realize that we need the of killing or controlling
Stock taken to date sums up thoughts and ideas of both imported fire ants. Mirex baitis
to $575. Fair Food DepartmentBaking growers and consumer. We suggested' at the rate of 1 1-4

urge you to call either of us if pounds of the 0.3 percent formulation
Plans are also perfected to you have any reaction to this per acre. The bait
Only The Beginning connect Starke and Kingsley cakes is "almost ahobby" Preserves 1)) Pauline proposal, if you have any can be applied around the
by telephone. So many of our with Mrs. Marian Bush 2)) Lucile Young. products to sell or if you will mounds at the rate of 1.2 to 1
and Jams 1))
(Mrs. Reginald) Underhill of -
citizens are planning to spend plan to visit the market on teaspoon per mound.
Kingsley Lake, and it paid off Mrs. II H Harris 2)) Lola
part of the summer on the lake opening day. You can call the
At an enthusiastic meeting of the were a comfortable and sedate period in that telephonic connection is a In her first entry in the Johnson. Farmers Market or your The bait is designed to take
Bradford Bicentennial Steering our history, the Bicentennial could be kind of pleasant necessity. Bradford County Fair when Jelly I 1)) Cecilia Young. County Agent's office in advantage of one of the oddi-
County Collection of 3 Vegetabies1) -
she the
won sweepstakes prizein Starke. ties of ant life. The foraging
celebration- kind of national
Committee Monday night, officers were merely a the Home Food Department ) Edna Norton 2)) Bobbie worker ants bring the "food"into

elected for a non-profit corporation to be birthday party. "But this is a time of Cancer Drive Wike. Ray Norman secretary of the mound where it is first

chartered for the purpose of receivingand severe stress and uncertainty about the The decorated Teddy Bear Collection of 3 Pickles 1)) the Bradford.Union Cattle- fed to the queen and ant

disbursing State and Federal future. and it is these problems we Leaders AreAppointed cake is a yellow filling Bobbie Wike 2)) Edna Norton. man's Association gave a larvae. If the bait does not kill
Jellies 1))
Collection 3 -
Show the workers immediately
of the Steer all
face today that should give good report
to be receivedfor unique decorated with star tubes. The
matching funds, expected Lola Johnson 2)) Cecilia and Sale to the members at a treated fire ant colonies will
and meaning to the basket is cake, the
a number of Bicentennial projects in importance Young. meeting last Thursday night. eventually die out because no
strawberries are little mar-
Bicentennial Mr. Rockefeller declares.
the county. shmallows with icing. The Class II I Members were real pleased new generations can be
Bradford County leaders of is Baked Products with the support the area gaveto produced.
out that it took 13 from the annual Cancer Crusade Teddy Bear depicted eating The members
in the Pointing years strawberries out the Specialty Breads 1)) this proJect.
Three of the four municipalities ,
have been announced by Miss exhibitors and all Looks like a concentratedeffort
the Declaration of Independence in 1776to theme of the Fair. The hat is Camela Whitaker 2)) Cecile supporters,
county were represented at Lillian Stump, President of Young. others who had a part in this to eradicate fire ants
the election of the first Congress and made of board covered
meeting, as well as a good cross sectionof the local Unit of the American poster Yeast Breads Rolls 1)) activity are to be commendedfor will be needed if we are to
civic groups, churches, schools and the President in 1789, Mr. Rockefeller Cancer Society.Rev. icing Janie Bryan 2)) Edna Norton. a job well done. prevent a real problem in our
think in terms of Bicen Give it some thoughtand
a area.
suggests we Cakes (Decorated) -
"It's a pretty tricky thing to
organizations. John M. rectorof
tennial Era, spanning the period from St. Mark's Flynn Episcopal, get one of these to work out. I Sweepstakes: Marion Un. Fire ants are becoming a call me if you have ques-

Authorized act of Congress, the 1976 to 1989. It is already late to set Church in Starke, will be the baked twice to get a mold I derbill) Camela Whitaker real problem for many of ourMrs. tions or suggestions.
by an Cakes (Occasional) 1))
meaningful goals and hope to accomplishthem new residential Crusade could decorate, Mrs. Un-
Bicentennial observance was not con Marion Underhill 2)) Linda
chairman. He that derhil says, although she
celebrationwith by 1976, Mr. Rockefeller says, buta hopes
ceived as merely a patriotic volunteers will come forwardto maintains anybody can bake Smith.
the usual fireworks, parades, and dramatic difference occurs if 1976 is help carry on the good workof such a creation "if they wantto Cakes (Cut-Out) 1)) Lucile

It was designed rather so that seen as the beginning rather than the Father James R. Cregan of sit down and put a lot of Gunter.

each speeches.community in the nation would be culmination of the Bicentennial.Each St. Edward's Catholic Church. time into it." Whitaker.Cupcakes 1)) Camelia

encouraged to undertake meaningfulcivic group on the local Bicentennial Father residential Cregan chairman served for as FOOD DEPARTMENTClass : Candy 1)) Della Rosen-

projects that relate to the spirit of Commission is asked to submit projectsfor several years. I berg 2)) Mary Duke.

the Bicentennial and that can be com consideration and possible par- Canned Products Pies 1)) Mrs. F. H.
The residential Crusade will Vegetables 1)) Edna
pleted or be underway by 1976. ticipation in matching funds. Not all of take place in Norton 2)) Anne Greene. Kramer.Most unusual use of

the local share of funds must be raised in Volunteers are wanted for Fruits 1)) Anne Greene 2)) STRAWBERRIES in Baked

These projects may fall roughly into cash- substantial portion of it may be Brooker, Lawtey, Hampton, Edna Norton. Product with Recipe 1)
three areas: contributed by "in kind" services, suchas and other towns in addition to Pickles 1)) Anne Edna Norton 2)) Jean Roz-
Starke, itself. Greene 2) Jean RoznowskI.
volunteer labor donated materials, nowski.
Relish 1)) Pat Bennett.
-HERITAGE '76 stressing our his- and other items. This would seem to be a Charles Francis, principalof

torical heritage, and re-examining our good opportunity for our various com Bradford High School, will

origins, our values, and the meaning of munities to obtain improvements that co-ordinate the Mouse-to 't
America. otherwise Thereis College program in all public HOME NOTESFROM y
might not be possible. of the county. Students

no limit to the range of these projects, will be urged to bring coins to
-FESTIVAL USA: A nationwide so long as they improve the quality of buy mice for cancer research, YOUR EXTENSION HOME

opportunity to program activities and community life in the present or the at 51 cents each, and those i&N ECONOMICS AGENT "rl.

events, to stimulate travel, and to en- future. They can cost a few dollars or a who contribute will button get to a ,
courage our citizens to expand their few thousand dollars and include wear. a. BY KATHY BROWN

knowledge of our country. anything from a bicycle trail to a new

playground.Now Miss Stump is already at
park or for homemaker called few not exposed to the air. Place a
A challenge to work on the Crusade A a
-HORIZONS : business and offices, and Mrs days ago and requested weight atop the cover so the .r .
individually or that the has been
every American, acting Margaret Miller of the directions for making brine comes to the cover, but ii
with others, to undertake at least one perfected, it is time to start work Community State Bank of Sauerkraut. With the current not over it. A water-filled

principal project which manifests the planning the projects. Just as in the his- Starke receives memorial interest in history and old glass jar makes a good

pride, the priorities, and the hopes of his torical events of 200 years ago, it is the gifts to the American Cancer ways of doing things, maybeyou weight.. 1 .

community.In people themselves who will determinethe Society yearround.The would old like to return and make to the Another way is to place a

success of the Bicentennial programand Bradford County goal "good days"sauerkraut. plastic bag filled with wateron

a recent issue of Newsweek JohnD. how much each community will this year is $4,360 an increase your Anyway own, cabbage is in top of The the water-filled fermenting cab .

Rockefeller in observed that if this benefit from it. of eight percent over plentiful supply now, and seals bage. the surface from bag ex- Y.

the record total contributed in relatively cheap, so consider posure to air,and prevents the Paull.cke. a Law ley resident won the sweepstakesribbon
1973. using it in your menus,even if growth of film yeast or molds. in the Arts and Crafts Division at the 1")74) county fair

Anyone interested in you don't try making For extra protection, the bag with this artistic arrangement, combining artificial fruit and
I helping in the Crusade may sauerkraut. It is also an ex- containing the water can be greenery with a ceramic creation she baked glared and
The IRS? low-caloried of
Next cellent source
contact Miss Stump or Father Vitamin C. placed inside another plastic painted
Flynn. bag.

This period of the 1970's will go downin returns, and the charges brought by cabbage About and 50 pounds one pound of ((1 fresh 1-2 Any bag used should be of Mrs. Locke Wins Arts-

history as the "Era of Investigation." Senator Weicker. Operation cups) of pure granulated salt plastic heavyweight and intended, watertight for use

And now, on top of all the probings of are the only ingredients with foods.
high Government officials, comes the What the American people deserve to Update PlannedThe required to make 16 to 18 Crafts Sweepstakes
of sauerkraut. The amount of water in
news that the U. S. Justice Department know is if the President (whether Mr. only squares other needs are a little plastic bag can be adjusted to

y might investigate allegations that the Nixon or any of his predecessors) was vocational center has "elbow grease," a large clean give just enough pressure to Mrs. Paul Locke won the Sculpture 2)) Bob Mearn.

Internal Revenue Service has provided and continues to receive special treat- called inaugurated a new program" crock or jar, a few basic keep the fermenting cabbage Arts and Crafts Sweepstakesat
"Operation Update. kitchen utensils, and the covered with brine. the Bradford County Fair. Novelties 1)) James M.
individual and corporate tax returns to ment that is not accorded to the run-of-
six Barron 2)) Edne Trainor 3))
to wait or
the White House for political uses. the-mill taxpayer. Under over this the program age of 16 who any patience weeks for the necessary Formation of gas bubbles Her creation called "Flower John Williams.

has person school is encouragedto fermentation to take place. indicates fermentation is Pedestal" was ranked best of
Senator Lowell Weicker, Republicanof Then too, we should be told whetherthe "update"quit his educational l taking place. A room tem the Class II division as well. Ceramics (stained) n

Illinois, also says he has White House IRS was manipulated by the White status, according to Adult First, remove the outer perature of 68 degrees to 72 !Mrs D. E. Woodington 2))
F. is best for fermenting Ruby Snyder 3)) Bob Stearn.
leaves and any undesirable degrees The beautiful glass of light
Education Director Millard
"im- enemies
documents allegedly showing an House in regard to political or from firm mature cabbage. Fermentation green and contrasting colors
and illegal" use of tax of the Administration. Brown. portions in 5 Ceramics (glazed) -
proper perhaps favorites heads of cabbage: wash and is usually completed sparkled below the .
return information by the White House. By notifying the vocational drain. Cut into halves or to 6 weeks. arrangement which adornedthe S"eepstakl'S11'8.I.ock 2)) Rosha: Smith: 3))Paul Bob
Mr. Saxbe has said he was shocked center as to where to send for quarters and remove core. top of the pedestal.Mrs. Stearn.
This is somewhat of a shock, since the several to discover to what any previous elementary or Use a shredder or sharp knife To store it for later eating,
years ago heat the sauerkraut to simmering ,ARTS,\Sn CRAFTS
high school training the to cut the cabbage into thin Locke said the slip was
IRS has always given the impression of extent federal tax returns are made center will send for this Information shreds about the thickness of a ((185 degrees to 210 poured into five molds and JUNIOR YOUTHCLASS
integrity and independence. Now, available to non-federal parties. Thus, and notify the adult dime. degrees F.) Do not boil Packit baked at 2000 degrees over a I
however, the announcement by At. the states can get access to all federal when it has been received. An into clean, hot jars and two day period. Water Color 1) Tony 2))
will be set In a large container, cover with hot juice to one- Dale Phillip 3)) Randy Crews.
torney General Saxbe of the possibilityof returns they need, he said, to determineif appointment up
3 tablespoons half inch of top of jar. Adjust Mrs. Locke, who lives on
during the day or evening to thoroughly mix
investigation of this has state taxes were paid. Charcoal or Pastel 1)) N.
an agency adequate go over any pi evious trainingand salt with 5 pounds shredded jar lids. Process in boiling- US-301 north of Starke, Mike
2) Wind-
cast serious doubts on IRS relations the adult will be given a cabbage. Let the salted water bath, 15 minutes for proudly displayed her work at stead Weissinger )
3)) Denise
with the White House. Such questions need to be answeredto copy of his grades and credits.At cabbage stand for several pints and 20 minutes for the fairgrounds in the civil Hersey.

the satisfaction of American tax- that time the adult will also minutes to wilt slightly; this quarts. defense building. Pencil or Pen 1)) Jim

The doubt has been augmented by payers even if it requires an investigation be advised of any way in allows packing without excessive ARTS AND CRAFTS Hamilton 2)) Scott Hicks 3)) N.
which the vocational centercan breaking or bruisingof Weissinger.
the disclosure of IRS' apparently casual of the "holier than thou" IRS. assist in his future career the shreds. Pan Iks Witness SENIOR YOUTH
treatment of Mr. Nixon's income tax CLASS I CLASS II
or plans.
Pack the salted cabbage Both TriumphsOf Oil Paintings 1) Bob Metal and Leather Craft -
There will be no charge for firmly and evenly into the Stearn 2)) Gladys Scoggins 3)) 1)) Tom Lock.Sculpture .

this service nor will there be crock or jar. Using a wooden HanltAarons Linda Smith. 1) Billy

pR/'A/ any obligation to attend spoon, tamper, or your hands, Water Color Kimberley 2) Mickey
1)) J. C.
BRADFORD, CoVN school, Brown states. AU press down firmly until the Mr. aud Mrs. Dave Paulk of Brown 3)) Gary Brownie.
Brown 2) Bobbie O Brian 3))
N information will be kept juice comes to the surface. Crosby Lake are ardent
I+ confidential. epeat the shredding, salting, baseball fans. They were in Bob Stearn. Mosaics (seed, glass, stone)

o= 4rrapIi Purpose of the program is to and packing of cabbage until Atlanta on July 14, 1968 when Charcoal or Pastel 1)) J. 2) Edward Morgan.

help anyone who has left the receptacle is filled within 3 Hank Aaron hit 500, and were C. Brown 2)) Delores Novelties 1)) Raymond
NN school to determine his t status or 4 inches of the top. there again Monday night, Morgan 3) Bob Stearn. Trainor 2) Richard .,
'' "IN BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLERPubli.h.d relative to graduation with the April 8, to witness his historic Trainor 3)) Doll Waters.
adult high school diploma or Cover the cabbage with a 715, which broke Babe Ruth'srecord. Pencil or Pen 1)) J. C.
Publisher adding to career training clean, thin, white cloth (suchas Brown 2)) David Roberts 3)) Ceramics (stained) D>
each Thur.d.y-.nd eru.red .. Second Clue Mattes at the Post OHic. at Scarke, received muslin) and tuck the edges While there, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Stearn. Betsy Yawn 2) Diane
FU. under Act of Much 3, 1879. previously. down against the inside of the Paulk had the pleasure of Yawn 3) Paula Lock.

Anyone interested in taking container. Cover with a plate Milo Hamilton,
Subscription rate In lte.de aces: |6 per year: $3.50 aix month. presenting CLASS
advantage of this service round'parafinned board for the Atlanta Ceramics (glazed) 1))
or sportscaster -
Outeid trade are: 17 14.00 six monche. 2)) Jack
Starke Wood -
pet yeart
Phone 564-6305 ,. Fl.. should contact Millard' Brown that just fits inside the container Braves, with a flat of Brad- Burning Barbara Godwin 2)) Pam .
(Phone 964-6150)) during the so that the cabbage is ford County strawberries. Rutledge. Woods 3)) Susan Passvvater.Apr1l18,1l7I .


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16 TELEGRAPH April 18.1971

. Altar Society Approves Slate Of New OfficersSt.

I News
Edward's Altar Societymet on the success of the St. phries was elected to serve on Community
Tuesday evening, April 2, Patrick's party and thanked the Deanery Board.
m the parish hall with Mrs. Mrs. Welty, Mrs. Gilhooly and Mrs. Vincent Porchiazzogave >::--' -
Michael Gilhooly presiding. all others who assisted. Mrs. a report of her experiences .. ..1 By Elizabeth Clvciw W.16el r
The Altar Chairman, Mrs. Bob Blakewood and Mrs. at St. Dominic's in 14. I, CHURCH NEWS Stitt Remar Lennon, son of
night Rev.
pastor. Tuesday Kev. Sampson
Lester Humphries, reportedthat Gilhooly offered to conductthe New Jersey when she was a '-- .-':._ ::-- Mt. Moriah United Bible Class. Wednesday night White Saturday and night congregation from and Mrs. Levy Lennon, visited
during April altars Coffee and Bank Sale in -
were there. Methodist Church
parishioner Rev. Willie his parents for the
Prayer Meeting. Sunday will render services. weekend,
being cared for by Mrs. John the parish hall on Palm Mrs. Welty outlines plansfor Stitt pastor. Sunday School, 10 School, 10 a.m. Afternoon Waldo will be concluded He is attending Western
Samons and Mrs. Richard Sunday following Mass. the Parish Carnival be paL earU61CQ Services
to a.m. Morning Worship at 11, service, 3 p.m.Ebenezer Carolina University in
Welty. Mrs. Rudy Chism submitteda held on May 25 to promote concluding services for the Baptist Church, Sunday. Cullowee, N C.
Mrs. Gladys Weldon said report of messages of condo
entertainment for the parish .eQ Rev. Leroy Davis
that comfort bags would be lence and convalescence sent day.New pastor. VISITORSMr.
and as well to Bethel
community as!: Baptist Church, Thursday night Bible Class DeSue
and Mrs.
delivered to the Lake to members of the community Starke SEKVICEMENNavy
City benefit the recently Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. Rev. and Prayer Meeting, 7 p.m. had Easter weekend guests
Veterans in recent weeks. as
Hospital after
soon established Building Fund. White and
congregation Morning service at 11. At 3p.m.
and ,
Easter. Mrs. Richard in the their son-in-law daughter Seaman Recruit
Welty Members were requested to Opportunities for Service: will render services Rev. BoydD.
Nelson and
Mrs. Robbie Shaller informed interest of Catholic Charities SundaySunday School congregation Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Thomasof Baker, son of Mr. and
save any useful item for the 9:45: ; Friday at 8 p.m. Sunday and Rev. B. J.
members that encouraged members to give Morning Worship Tampa, and son, Mrs. Jeff Baker of Hamp
more Flea Market or Country Store 11 a.m. School, 10 a.m., terminating Franklin and
congregationwill Fort
religious goods usable clothing and household sermon: "The Damon DeSue of ton, recently graduated from
are on order and to offer services on any of Lord's services for the day. render services in behalfof
and would be available for items to the needy as well as the many projects planned for Banquet", Church Training, Greeter Bethlehem the East Coast Lauderdale. recruit training at the Naval
sale in the parish hall. bringing in infants and that day.Father. 6:15: p.m.; Evening Worship, Freewill Baptist Church. Rev. Janet Davis. Service Queen, Mrs. Bertis Robinson of Training Center in Orlando.He .
Mrs. Joseph Gissy reported children's clothing for future Cregan encouraged 7:30: p.m., sermon: "It Is Jasper Williams pastor. Evening Lincoln City had as a weekend received nine weeks of
7 p.m. Malachi J.
visitor her son,
distribution. Finished. intensive instruction in
members and families to Starting Monday night, Tiny Greater Allen AME
::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::.::::::::\ Mrs. John Samons gave attend the Penetential Services Tots rehearsal, and Tuesday Church, Rev. B,Chapel C. Williams Henry, who is attending Miss the seamanship, fire fighting,
: of Southern
: University aid and Naval
plans for the luncheon to be planned for Thursday Monday-Girl's Ensemble night Senior Choir rehearsal. first history
1 11 Curd Of Thanks l furnished by the Altar Society evening when Father Gregory 6:35: ; Youth A Choir, 6:55: ;, Prayer Meeting each Wed pastor.Morning Sunday Worship School at 11., 10 Choir a.m. issippi. Malachi and is doing is makingthe out and will now report to a for.
during Holy Week services on Youth B Choir standing work mal school for
: Fay and Father Michael 8:05.TuesdayJunior: nesday at 7:30: specialty
; p.m. Story Well.
:;::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Wednesday at the Methodist Williams would be availablefor Hour at the Church each Union 3 Service p.m., Hope Honor Roll. We are proudof training, or to a ship or shore
Evening 5:30.
Church. Confessions. Holy Week Choir, 3:30: Thursday, 7:30: p.m. Ladies Mt. Pisgah AME: Church. his progress. station for on-the-job training.
CARD OF THANKSThe Mrs. Clermont Bizier announced Services p.m.; Associational Vacation
were given as Circle will meet at the home of Rev. B. J. Franklin pastor.
plans for an Easter Bible School Clinic at First
: Holy Thursday Mrs. Sarah Prince. Friday
Hawkins' appreciate Egg Hunt to be conducted for Mass at 7:30: p.m. with solemn Baptist Church, Raiford, 7-9 night, Junior Choir rehearsal, Sunday Morning School Worship, 10 at a.m.11. The Bradford Co. Telegraph
everything you did for me while I the benefit of pre.schoolthrough adoration of the Blessed p.m. 6 p.m. Prayer Band will meetin
Hour 3
was sick. I thank you for the sixth grade classes. Fellowship p.m.
(:cards letters flowers and Mrs. Robbie Shaller, Sacrament following until 12 Hampton. Saturday the Afternoon Service, 5 p.m. WILL SELLANYTELEGRAPH
midnight. Good Wednesday-Acteens
Friday 5 Junior Department will
Mt. Pisgah AME Church
Jesus donations. All these things in chairman of the Nominating Stations of the Cross at 2:30: p.m.; Family Night Supper, 6 sponsor a car wash at the will celebrate its 85th anniversary

name. Committee, announced the p.m., with evening services at p.m.; Hour of Power, R. A., church, starting at 1 p.m. April 22-28, with the NEWS PHOTO
following slate of officers for 7:30.: Holy Saturday Easter 6:30: ; Teachers and Officers, Sunday services begin with following schedule: Monday

Hosley The Hawkins and 1974.75: President. Mrs. Vigil Mass at 7 p.m. 7:15: ; Church Choir 8 p.m. Sunday School at 9:30.: night, Rev Davis and congre
Hawkins Family Michael Gilhooly; Vice- Thursday-Visitation, 9:30: Morning Worship at 11, with gation. Tuesday night Rev. B. APPEARING IN THE PAPER
president, Mrs. Bob a.m.; World Friends Music dinner served at 12:30. Leagueat J. Franklin. Wednesdaynight
------------- Blakewood; Secretary, Mrs. Makers, 3:15: ; Mission 4 p.m. Evening Service, 6 Rev. Bruce will preach.

CARD OF THANKSIt John Samons; Treasurer, B.R. Campbell Friends and Pre-School p.m.Pleasant Thursday night Rev Cost 52.25 Each
Mrs. William Vogeney. Due to Music, 4:05: ; Visitation, 7 p.m. Grove United Franklin Friday night, Rev
their fine service during the Ben P. Bryant, Pastor :Methodist (Church Rev. Willie Willie Stitt and congregation.
is impossible for me to see past year, this slate of officerswas Bill Ray Campbell, 46, of

each for one personally to thank unanimously accepted. Crosby Lake Shores near ---.::.... -- ... lIIIIII.\ .. ... .
you your cooperation and Mrs. Richard Richards and Starke, died Sunday. He
donations Easter Sunday at the Mrs. Humphries reported on moved to Starke six months
business meeting of Pine Grove items of interest at the East ago from Troy, Ala., where he
cemetery. I was reelected for Coast Deanery meeting held was born Dec 14, 1927. He wasa
secretary and treasurer. It has at St. Patrick's Church and retired mechanic for a sheet
been a pleasure to be of serviceto the Skycenter Inn in metal company and was a GJ QftNIN6COME
the people. Many thanks too Jacksonville recently. Father Baptist.
for the Love offering that was James Cregan Mrs. Richard Besides his wife Geraldine,

taken for me. May God bless Coss, Mrs. Welty, Mrs. Paul he is survived by his father, F

each and everyone. Blanchette, and Mrs. Francis N. Campbell, Sr., of Troy;
Meng also attended this three sons, Kenneth Ray of
Mrs. Cora Griffis meeting when Mrs. Hum Troy; Johnny Ray of Starke,

terprise, Ala.; one daughter,
Mrs. Mary Renee Long of SAVE W/IH
KEYSTONEMELROSE Starke; three brothers, F. N,

Campbell, Jr., Montgomery, sAV ApWs .(t W-D BRAND
Ala. ; Jennings Campbell,
Business Directory New Orleans, La.; and Jinks SQEgpIS '_ n U. S. CHOICE i

Campbell of North Carolina; FAIE E i iYsa

two sisters, Mrs. Lucille "va v1FAp1N(' SE I I

Stephens, Montgomery, Ala., SAMTS I t .
FISHERMAN'S HARDWARE and Mrs. Geritha Huggins, E .. : ) f.tus' fo. s'cQ
Boonesville Miss., and ..
one ,
SUPPLIES GARDENSlim's grandchild.Graveside funeral serviceswere AIIS 4 DUCE II tl\

held at 2p.m. Tuesday at Ba14tO
in Lake
ii-,;' i\\\ the graveside Crosby y
AND Cemetery with Rev. John THRU WED. APRIL 24 6FEF pov
Strickland conducting. DeWittC. w 0 BRAND USD* CHOice BEEI BONELESS eye W-D BRAND W-D BRAND

Fish-'N'-Stuff GARDEN CENTER .Jones Funeral Home was in I Round Roast 'B $169 USDA CHOICE BEEF USDA CHOICE BEEFSIRLOIN W..UNDU..CHO.C.eFFr WHOI(111oA JtANInoDle '

Un' Bait charge of arrangements. BRAND USDA CHOICE BEE' BONElESSSirloinTipSteak FULL CUT ROUND .vo cutBwL.rrtOrlFewD $
('rickl.'ts.Shinners.Worms A CompleteM00Rof fldwPAINTS. I $16'1 N.Y. Strips 1. )PtC
:\Iinno\\s BE-:. : : : : 'B
'ORf tWfElSliced
Plumbing& Electrical Supp. w. AND USDA CHOICE BEE' fonilRHOUSf OB STEAK STEAK i ''
T.\'KI.E-HOUS.HEI-I.S Gro-Tone Fertilizers SENIOR T-Bone Steak 11 $J 79 I Bacon rAa 88rW

FlSIII\G: & IIU1'\TI1'\G; ; Insecticides 0 PRAM SMQRfD PORK SHOUIDE
1 I'ENSES-AMMUNITION:. : : ; : Lumbt-r' Building!Materials CITIZENS Rib Steak $1" Whole Picnics .. S8c
Hwy. 21-.i.: From light I. 59
ICE 200.yds
R 'UND O..omw A
Keystone llgts 473..1Ii7: : Keystone heights 473.3663 r 4 D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF STEAKSDelmonicos $ Baking Hens II58c
.. $239
We had a very productive $148 L scHOiCE W D BRAND

CONTRACTORSBell meeting April 9, although half Cube Steaks ,. $1" J Franks . o69C

of our members were absent LB. LB. ** D BRAND USDA CHOC It F! SONlIF SS '
Electric Co. "R"Enterprise W D BRAND USDA CHOC BEEF BONCIESt
Triangle due to illness. We hope that Round Steak $56w.e
with Shoulder Steak .. $13' W.nS.A e .pa .
the advent of Easter and ,
IS LI. rMO 10 5. rNe. 5 N)
Inc. good weather, all of them will IB.ND UI.A CNOICI 1111 CMuCA GROUND 1Me BEEF
'! W. Bell. O\\ner ROAST
be well
} GENERAL CONTRACTORS again. 3 L.. $2 69
;; 1e 88 'A'.
Commercial Residential I Licensed.lnsured Featuring Joe Stein was enthusiastically SAVE 33c SAVE 9c SAVE 17c

Repairs The Llndal Cedar homes welcomed back.
Electrical Fixtures .
413.2110 473.3542 months recovering from a 1+. WHOLE KERNEL OR CREAM GOLDEN
Keystone IIgts. 473..3602 St ltd. 21 N. broken hip. Art Lockwood was ( "
P.O. Bo'l 657 badly bruised after being COCKTAIL CORN
attacked by a dog near his
limit 4 with S7.SO or mor* purchat ueL cigt
home Keystone Heights

AUTO SERVICE recuperating"Sarge" in Suslow Hill Haven is ."...... ) $

Convalescent Home in 9outl7y .
KEYSTONE Gainesville. Pete Johnson is 4 $1 3
Rubber in satisfactory condition in the 16.ot. row11s ROLL 17-01.
Stumps .
AUTO SERVICE Bradford County Hospital.A CANS CANS

Front End Alignment book, "The trapp Family SAY.IVTOB SAY. h-LIISY 01 a SAM IO,...TNIIF TY MAID ONA.rNUIT

Speed Wheel Balancing Singers," was accepted by the TEA BAGS BEEFHASH JUICE .
membership. It will be placedin ILr1. Is's..66c 3 ....A $100 Reserved;:; ;
.Air the Bradford County Public rNO. 66 CANT 'N'COrrliONI ''
Conditioning Service Tff/ WINN Dill"! MOMS, .
{(rtlph Library in loving memory of YHRln" MAID CUT U.S. No. 1 < >

Brake ServiceI.ubricationOil Elsie Stein. FLORIDA YELLOWMORTON ASSORTED -- - - --
l I- SAVE 15
('ha nge JOHNSON AUTO Ice donated Lewis
cream by 1a' POT PIES i
TUNE-UP and Bernie Smith helped to SAVE CORNI r- !
'runt't.p i n0I OS i PIIIB
General Repairingawtyear cheer us all up. Hon. Member 5' BURY

(; Tires ":Engines Rebuilt Jessie Ritchie Bowden's daughter, $1 : FLOUR :
:Minor :Machine Shop Work Jessie was a visitor. 14... s99
New member was John
Automatic Transmission-

I mk. E. Off 21 and I Bik Tires Air Conditioning. Batteries Crowson. 1.P 79"8 a 0 I. 1__ _Deal anl"! at Wmn.!::::.:hr. An 1Dill. *.J\
:-.i. Off IfMI) :\Ion..rl. 7:31): A\I-41: P\1: PIES
Cong. Don Fuqua in answer to
: Sat. 7:30.1: : BREAD
: : ; 473-4t17 inquiries concerning vital
questions concerning certainS. Alt ixcirr HAM A MI'
S. benefits. He promised to A MOMIT $Wtlr U /. ax.ANtr SUMSO 110 pIlICIOUS

advise us further. L 88 SAVE 2el sloo urrr CAKE r.ocln MIX LArn 15 5199f4 4 $199LOAVII

Richard T. Lovorn Neil'sReal We received a very -... 6 r 2 r.01.884 n....
necessary seven percent KGI.
Beauty Style Shop
increase S. S. benefits in
Estate Broker in Allow MISH PLOIIDA ".'

LAKE PROPERTIES "For a lovelier gone April.up The over cost 20 of percent living this has Bleach . . .0vsr39e "FoilTT" . 3 'SsT 88e Oranges . 8 .':, 89c CJiix TYSON N' Basket ?'. al"

BUSINESS.ACREAGE RESIDENTIAL hone you"7i.2211: past according year. Inflation our vitals is and still, Dinner Mixes 2 1st $1 1 Green Beans 4'SIS' : $1 1 Cabbage . 2 ".o' 39c SUMRIRAND Sandwiches ICS CRIAM IARS OR ICI 12 CRIAM ii6 99C


INSURANCE Between leading economists, we are in Peanut Butter ":" 99c: Leaf Bags r :." 69C Celery . 11.1. 19c Lemonade IIMIAOI OR 6 c4."99e
Keystone IIgU. 473.325 for more of the same for a long ,
Keystone M DC
The escalator clause IUXI CMIISI O*
473-11192 Heights v time. Cat Food 5 '::. $100 1 Blackeye Peas 5 $1 Carrots 2 :.' 23c I "
('clia TerNillegar 9114.511 13: & :Melrose built into the last social . ", . G Sausage Pizza 79eIMRim
Edna Kneppl'r 473-4111 -- security legislation will not go MAID, CUT SAVI "-D"'. DARIINO, BROWN "' SIRvl TWIN O. Nfw CROP VlllOW iuMRBRANO

:Martha Uurbin 473.3362 into effect until July 1975. Asparagus . "c.'h..... 49c: Flaky Rolls 2.a1 69e Onions . 3 .,:a 49c Topping wmpPIO . 2 Tar.CUPS $1 1
Twelve to 14 bills on National
("B.Icfee: 473-4050 Health Security will come up 1 U' $ HAIr Jl.CIO
for debate and action in the U. Lima Beans 3 as: $1 1 Margarine 3 pas 1 Orange Juice 3 79c Strawberries 3a;: ; $100 1

S. E. McKAY REALTOR Fill Dirt Clay Fill S.few Congress months.during This proposed the next ,.................. ... ... ..... ...................... ... ...... .. ................... l.. ...... ............ ... .. .. ,............... .. .. .. .. ..

:MemberofSocietyof Tractor orl< legislation will be discussed at :!4iwiEXTRA EX.TR :I XL.TR// : EX.TR r EX.TR

Residential Appraisers a future time. .!I I I :! ::1 I I d7l: WElN STAMPS ::1 I I d7/: _GREEN STAMPS ::1 I I dThGRN! SyAMP3 : I I ...t J
Land Cleared Our 12th Annual Luncheonwill I JN| if ti i.o nsr Of SHOW ONI i...uh .
SenlngThlsArea be at the Holiday Inn next : f CHUNK O* lAtiON : ..., IT3OI IFRAV : ..., ONI CARTON ANV IRANO :r..., ONI 3|.( |A9Crisca : ONI 111tUMRMANO CRIAMIO Cu'

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:\lrs.lJolores Gilmore 473.3600 a.m.recreation Randall director and Davis his, .............1T.... .M.. .. .... .... .: ........No..-.. ... ... ..... .. .: .......... -.53... .._. .... .. .-. ::1.I..... ...... ... .. .-. .. .... ::........ .No. SS .. ...... '

I :\ Gassett 475.1622Ir.LeslieRobinson 475.1033 P.O. Box 41 staff invited have to have been lunch cordially with us I EXTRA JTI-GMEN fTAAVS' I I EXTRA d l G ltH STAMPS :::1 It'll I I] EXTRA dW GRN STAMPS I I EXTR Bq-GREEN STAMPS A 1; I I EXTRAT dtl GMIM STAM.M ;
HOMES ACREAGE Phone 473.4761 as has been done in the past. ONI llvl MO Lis I/NNI'|O ONI II., M.OHIO HIOHfttRAWMRRV ... -
: Wo/.No COOOI. 'ONn..s' 3J' SAIUTOPorf ..., ONI tARA tilHOUIA
RENTALS all well and able to I:, jY
Hope are O* CHOCOtAflCall
1 Sliced M.m 'Y"r".y .0." ? Pin 1'1 Shorttah
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18,1974 TELEGRAPH Page 17

City Cuts Participation In weekly Union County's

Parks, Rec. DepartmentLake Telegraph

-jig 11e

Butler's participationin 1n actual fact, the letter Lake Butler's city council PRD program to a total of
the Union County operated wasn't totally correct. While previously agreed to donate $2,000 instead of the original
Parks and Recreation the Woman's Club has some $7,500 per year toward $7,500. Shaw and the council
Department was cut by $5,500 donated almost all of the participation in the programof said that they felt it would
by the City Council during its equipment in the park, the parks maintenance and a take about $5,500 to finance
regular meeting this past city has in its file a voucherfor recreational program to be the materials cost for 3 To Run Hospital Until
Wednesday night. some $300 worth of developed by the PRD. So far renovation of park facilities.The Employees

The cut was made despite a recreation equipment pur- there have been very few motion met with the ,_..
request by a delegation from chased and put into use in the meetings of the PRD and they unanimous approval of the -'I'!
the Lake Butler Woman's park this past year. state they have been unable to council with all members
Club that the city maintain Miss Winn, accompanied to hire a director to head a present and voting in favor of New Administrator Found .
participation in the county the meeting by Mrs. Sharon definitive program for the the action. Mayor Cason will
operated parks and recreation Rymer, Mrs. Richard Rue, county. contact the RMC Jaycee's in .
department and that city and Mrs. Howard McNeil, Councilman John Shaw put the very near future. LAKE BUTLER Union Mrs. Mary Lou Du Bois, chief power to make routine purchases .
maintenance services to the also urged the city to continueto forward a motion in Wed- County Judge A. L. General Hospital's Ad- accountant, and Mr. Robert and changes within
facilities in Lakeside Park be participate in and supportthe nesday night's meeting that Driggers was an unexpectedguest ministrator Jim Nichols said Pelk, registered nurse. the organization and may
continued. newly formed county the city contact the Florida at the meeting and he Tuesday that interim ad- Nichols said that between make recommendations to p I
Chairing the delegation was Parks and Recreation State Prison's Reception and came to have a change madein ministration of the hospitalwill these three individuals they Mr. Lewis for any major

Miss Elizabeth Winn who reada Department. Medical Center (RMC) the new city map recently be placed into the hands of had more than enough ex- changes that might be Robert Pelk, It. N.
letter from the women's The county PRD has been Jaycee's organization to see compiled and published by the three of the organization's perience, through their varied desirable or for any major
organization citing that the the subject of a lot of controversy about having the men of the city council. A long private employees and Chairman of backgrounds to competently purchases necessary, as wellas community can rest assured
group had previously pur- recently due to their unit provide the labor for driveway leading to his the Hospital Board of manage the hospital on a day making personnel recommendations that Union General is going to
chased and donated all of the inactivity and the fact that the needed repair work at the honor's home somehow came Trustees W.B. "Buck" Lewis. to day basis until a new ad- although the continue to provide important
playground equipment in the incorporated areas of Worthington park. Shaw's motion also out on the city's new map, Nichols said that his recommendation ministrator can be hired. actual hiring and firing will be medical services and adequately -
park and were now in the Springs and Raiford limited the amount of money listed as "S. W. 10th Avenue, to the Board had Nichols said that the done only with full approval of provide for those
process of purchasing have not as yet contributed to that will be held aside for Shaw put forward a motion, received fast approval and he committee members were the Board." residents that come here for

replacement swings. the support of the department participation by the city in the seconded by Council woman felt that the appointment of approved Tuesday during a shouldthe treatment"
said that
Sharon Minshew that the such special session of the Board Nichols also Mrs. Blanche Lashley.
an "advisory manage-
street be dropped from the committee" would and were at that time given committee come to an director of nurses, has taken

j,:..;:-".-- city map. The council was ment the Board "breathing space"give the power to make the impass in any to Lewis of their that recommendations they- over the job as interim ad

unanimous in their approvaland such full time decisions necessary to keep ministrator on previous occasions -
until time as a full
} the judge's driveway will hospital administrator could the hospital open and fully may then call for Board a to but Nichols said that
once again be just a private functional. meeting of the Mrs. Lashley will have both
be found.
drive. No mention was madeas Named to the advisory "They can meet with each present any recommendationthey Board hands full with her duties as
to what will happen or management committee were other daily for any discussionthat may have for Director of Nurses and he felt

\ where S. W. 10th Avenue mayor Mrs. Joyce Dukes, Nichols' is necessary," Nichols approval and action. that the committee manage.
may not be located. administrative secretary; said, "and they have the ment effort would allow for a
"The main thing is," more functional administration

.. .... . .. oM' Nichols said, "that the of the hospital.Cu'n .
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':: :'1' Discuss I

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: t, ," I talked with Jim Nichols
r..8'i 1l Tuesday night by telephonefor So Long, Jim
a final time before he

leaves today, and by the time
this is written and this week's
edition hits the streets later

tonight Jim will be on his wayto
,. Alabama and his family.
'. .
by A. DeArmond jt, In the day to day and some
: '% times rather hum drum
Union County's Health Department in cooperation with the Florida State Division of Health course of reporting the news
and the Florida Lung ,Association is sponsoring free chest X-rajs during the month of May at : events and talking with a wide

various locations throughout the county. variety of people you occasionally
You may watch for the mobile X-ray unit and when you see it in jour area, you are encouraged / are lucky enough to
to stop by and spend the couple of totally painless minutes it takes to get your free ; come to know someone well
: -
chest X-ray. The unit will be in Lake Butler four days, :Mav 2. :3. 4, 7; Worthington Springs enough to miss them when
May 1, In Providence May 2, ami in Kaiford the afternoon of May 7. oI : they are gone and I shall miss

JL! -
First Blue and Gold Banquet Held By Raiford CubsOn Jim.Not only was he the best of a
-- of adminis-
successive string
f. ; I trators at Union General, he
March 29, 1974 the Cub After attending the Blue and second place tug of war. l'I: I was about as straight forward
Scouts of Pack No. 153 held and Gold banquet the Boy Congratulations Scouts and \" 71/ -. with his dealings with the
their first annual Blue and Scouts of Pack No. 153 joined continue the good work. ti ,. .r. : press as anyone faced with his
Gold banquet with 65 members several hundred other scouts '4 # problems could have been. He
of Scout and Executive from the Suwannee district at Cub Pack 153 always needs i. .j:1.: ;IJr. .... ,.. If never tried to write the news

Committee families at- the Scout Camporee in Lake parents interested in volunteering o .j .. :.."'....;.,. ; I for me, he cooperated as oftenas .lamps Nichols
";,:. ," .. I I
tending. Butler. their time and talentto j .. '. III \ .- ) he could (more often than
Steve Ivey of the Suwannee They earned four awardsfor help with the Cub Scouts in .:.. .' 1, ,.f-J 'rA" .. it .fJ; I ij. not) and when he had to, rather disturbing commentsto

District presented member their participation; First Raiford and Lake Butler and :. '. \', \ '}'\\\I\;! ;Al': .;1 .'J; 'f,. .' .: ;r.1 J41It 11 : }, ; Nichols was a good poker make during the last school
ship cards to Raymond place leg wrestling second the Boy Scouts of Raiford. Jo: ) ,,; ...':.c. i>--:' 1"I.; ; I' .J 'a.'J.t",. ", ,,I player that could keep his hole board meeting concerning the
Massey Sidney Fortner, and place all around best patrol, Call 431-1401 or 431-1283 and ./., f,. ,' I :,,,, ">,, ., ", ,,,\I't'' J card close to his chest. value of parents that fail to

Larry McAllister ot the pack second place rope climbing, join the fun. ', .. '. '' '.. : L' :.'.,. a..i',.' t,.'." iI': "':I: '1 1 think that it is typical of provide their children with
executive committee. ud ; ": "r-'t'.q.; 1),1d Jim, knowing that he was breakfast.. His remarks
Kenny Smith was tran- ? ,4w Yw":, ,?ffJ.; .. 1 \ ) ,,' leaving, to have left the which I won't quote, came as a
: } \ :! t'-lft11
sferred to the Webelos den Scheduled ... .;' t"'YIi.?! : hospital in far better standingthan result of Miss Betty
Training .. ,,' 1'rtJ' / ? :!
and received his Webelos .':"Jj" .1..t ..... '.". ., .. .:.'.\ {, : \ :c,"' ,:,..,. h.tlj.t: ,. .? it was when he came. I Gehringer's attempt to
colors and achievement book '.,. .., '_ ..,'.Jo. ., ." :.:.....-,.., t'lt'I.I"/Il', ',..f. w) r :., ''' think that his recommendation initiate a new program of
from his father, K. Smith. Mr. At BlandingNational "" ...:1.,',.:'.f. .. '" .. .: 'r1 :.' /" ;.,' ",,'1t..f\. \' r i"" q.. to the Board and their providing breakfasts for
R. W. King and Mr. H. Skeen .. :': ; 'Ji :?J.; : "' I. '\-.r ; flj acceptance of that recommendation children when they go to
presented their sons, Bobby : ... 1 1 ... WtI ...1. t. for a committee school each morning. The
and Harold, with their Bobcat Guard troops of the July 7.21Florida National management team illustratesthe breakfast program which
badges, the Cub Scouts first 935th Engineer Co., of Guard Officer Candidate Photo by A. DeArmondIt's real efforts of the man as consists of cereal and orange
achievement badge. Virginia are currently School. an individual (which he was) juice for students, was tabledfor

Dens 1 and 2 combined training at Camp Blanding just a shanty In old shanty town, but it's our town and isn't it about time that some of and Board as a whole I can't the time being by the
talents for the presentation of and will end their two-weeks these old fire traps were pulled down City Council thinks so and have made efforts in the pastto think of anything anyone board. This leads one to ask
colors, a T.V. skit "WCUB encampment on April 13. July 28 to Aug. 11 1st Bn of have just that done. Now it is up to the landowners who own the 20 or so hovels to accept the could do that should show this the question of !Mr Crawford,
Panel on Cub Scouting," and 2th\ Infantry, from Puerto responsibility that goes with ownership. community more good faith "Is the pot calling the kettle
the closing exercises. Kathy Other Guard units trainingat Rico. than that which Nichols and black?" Especially since the

Smith gave the blessing Blanding this spring and the Board have done. program is subsidized.

before the dinner. summer, and the period of Bike Safety Roadeo Set For April 27 John F. Kennedy made a
Plans are going ahead for a their encampment, are: 111& Od1' very famous statement, "Ask ----
paper drive on Sat., April 20. April 28 to May 12 53rd not what your country can do
The Cub Scouts will be goingto Infantry Brigade, with ..- / A committee members: Miss on April 27 in the area immediately for you, but rather what you And finally I quote for you a
all the residences at UCI headquarters in Tampa. This behind the gym on can do for your country I sign seen on a church
and FSP on Saturday mor- encampment will also includethe L- bicycle safety "Bike Roadeo"will Sara Driggers, Community the middle school grounds. think that in a final act billboard in Starke

ning. Those friends who live Starke unit r1 be sponsored as a joint School Powell Co-Ordinator and Mrs. Richard, Mrs. Carter, who might be calledan Nichols has applied this philo- "Streakers, ;your end is in
off state property and want to May 19 to June 2 Alternate effort of the Lake ButlerWoman's the Ray Rue. instructor for all ages, sophy to the hospital and the sight
contribute are asked to bring Command Headquarters with Club teaches a variety of safety community. I think it is also
their to the club house headquarters in Jacksonville.June Community School in Florida Highway Patrol courses for both cyclists and time that the community and
papers with doctor
the week of April 1520. They 16-29 2nd Battalion argue your cooperation with the Florida Sgt. Paul Carter of thepatrol's drivers of other types of motor the rest of the hospital staff Rills Pre- Ii1I
( -he has, inside information Patrol.Announcement.
South Highway vehicles and has conducted to and use the
from began
will be picked up daily from 263rd Artillery Starke office will be acquire
there. Carolina. ( of the lecturing and showing a seriesof several of the bicycle safety same philosophy. ToAiil ()U"Iri1Jbill.IIJ"H.S(.'- i
Carter is currently Union General belongs to
project came from Mrs. T. R. safety films to students in
Braddock, Public Affairs both the elementary and teaching a defensive driving the community and if the
: Chairman of the Woman's middle school age groups course on Tuesday nights to community cares and expectsto ( /
New Judge Presides Club. Mrs. Braddock is also beginning on April 17 with the the members ot the current be cared for by this facility
class for emergency medical then it is time the communityas
serving as project chairmanfor actual roadeo event taking A package of bills, designedto
the event along with her place from 9 a.m until noon technicians. a whole began to recognizethe offer further protectionfrom
fact it has a responsibilityto the problems of mobile
Union General, just as the home living has been pre-
Over Circuit CourtLAKE Closed To hospital has a responsibility to filed for action at the 1974
Blanding Lakes Fishing you as a community. Unlessone legislative session.

responsibility is met, the Among other things, the

vehicle, sentenced to one yearon the week of May 27 are as other cannot be fulfilled and to bills would: require a one yea
BUTLER Newly the charge of escape with follows: During Guard Training periodsThe me that will be the ultimate warranty on every mobile
appointed Circuit Court Judge nolle waste of at least one man'sgood home sold in Florida :
Wayne M. Carlisle sat atop the larceny charge being Henry James Johnson, efforts.So authorize in-
the bench during Monday's prossed. Sentence his to run con- charged with aggravatedassault Blanding Pond, Lowery Lake, and through August 11. long Jim, see you around. spection of third-party mobile homes
secutively with current Camp Lake. MagnoliaState urged to
session of Union County Magnolia are
Circuit Court and made dispo- sentence. entered a plea of not Wildlife Management Area Park will remain open cooperate in the interest of Bits 'n Pieces might be a during construction; increase
inmate) will be closed to fishermen at title for this surety bonds required of
Jesse Anderson ( guilty. well more appropriate
sitions on several cases that during the military exercises, their own safety, as as to
had been as well as plead guilty to possession of a Donald Ray Rizer, charged certain periods this summer however insure the future availabilityand column of sometimes doubtful mobile home dealers from
pending the first cases for weapon by a state prisoner, with larceny of a motor due to military activities The closed dates are: use of the Blanding information this week,for thatis $5,000 to $50,000; and provide
scheduling the beginning of the Spring sentenced to two years to run vehicle, entered a plea of not being conducted during the March 30 through April 12; facility for sportsmen. Live just what it contains, bits penalties laws for violations with of
Court session which will begin consecutively with current guilty. National Guard encampments April 28 through May 12; May ammunition will be fired by and pieces. mobile homes.It .
late this due to the sentence. William Wimms, charged 19 through June 2; June 15 certain units on air defense, It would appear the City
a day year estimated that almost
Memorial Day Holiday on Ray M. Ellis (inmate) was with possession of a weapon Lakes affected by the through June 29; July 2 artillery and mortar firing Council is on the right track is
charged on three counts, by a state prisoner, entered a closing are Blue Pond, Perch and 28 the with repairing the Lakeside one-fourth of Florida'spopulation
through July 21 July during training,
27. ; ranges
May assault with intent to commit plea of not guilty. for Park and perhaps the $5,500 is now living in
Court which would nor making it dangerous
murder, possession of a James C. Anderson, in the deduction will cause a mobile homes. "They are
have been in session civilian personnel area.
mally by"a state prisoner, charged with unlawful dawning of realization for recognized as a necessary
that day will be held beginning weapon of controlled of the Parks and form of housing, and their
and aggravated assault. The possession a members
Tuesday, May 28, instead. 2 Arrested In Lawtey Drug CountsIsaac assured that
charges of assault with intentto substance and possession of a Recreation Department that it owners must be
The following dispositionswere Judge commit murder and weapon by a state prisoner, Leave forests is time for something other they have purchased a safe",
handed down by court possession of a weapon were entered a plea of not guilty to Williams, IS Lawtey turned up 22 bags of than excuses. Which remindsme well constructed shelter,
Carlisle in Monday's nolle prossed. Ellis was both counts. has been arrested on a chargeof marijuana weighing 18 grams and parks clean I wonder what I'll be told says Sen. Alan Trask of Fort

session: Head (inmate) sentenced to five years for Izell Edmonds, Jr., chargedwith delivery of marijuana and each for a total of over a when I see that county Meade,who pre-filed the bills.
Donald Lee
and aggravated assault to run breaking and entering, Billy Klondes, Starke, is pound. .or cleaner. commissioner appointed to Trask explained that the
was sentenced to one year consecutively with his current entered a plea of not guilty. charged with possession of Both men have been .. the PRD who was going to call warranty bill would mean
six months after pleading sentence. W T. Jackson Jr. charged marijuana according to released on bond pending me the next time they had a service under the warranty
guilty to the charge correctional of furlow in- The above inmates of the with possession of a weapon Deputy Sheriff John Demp- trial. meeting, I guess you might would be performed by the
escape from a will Division of Corrections were by a state prisoner, entered a Florida Law states that say I got "Skipped!" dealer who would be reim-
stitution. The sentence with his represented in court by plea of not guilty.A sey.Williams was arrested possession of five grams or bursed by the manufacturer,
run consecutively Assistant Public DefenderAlan venire of possible jurorsfor March 30 at Thompson's Storein more of marijuana constitutesa ---- thus settling any dispute
current sentence. Parlapiano of Gaines- the above trials will be Lawtey which led to the felony and delivery of any between manufacturers and
inmate) plead
David Goble ( ville. selected in the very near search of a pickup truck amount is a felony, Dempseysaid. 7111 School Board Chairman dealers over who is responsible

and guilty larceny to charges of of a escape motor Trials scheduled to begin future. owned by Klondes. The search Ray Crawford had a lot of for servicing units.April .




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Page 18 TELEGRAP11 April18,1971,

I Le gals HAMPTON AREA NEWS Classified

be on roll. BI Joeeplthle Fontmle
3. Copy paper must
CITY NEWS many more of the same.
r NOTICEPublic 4. Must make multiple copies. Hampton City Council met Ittttttttt HOUSE PAINTING: Interior and

5. Must have continuous April 9 at the city hall, with all Hampton residents are APRIL exterior, hourly or by con-

multiple copy mode members present, and a welcome and encouraged to BIRThDAYS t M9SCEUANEOUSPIANO ) tract. Estimates gladly given.
number of visitors.Mr. attend. these meetingsthe Name and date: Ada Hoist, First class workmanship

Hearing Gilbert S. Brown Board, Thompson asked if next one will be May 14. 14th; Fred Phillips 27th; guaranteed. Lonnie Roberts,

Clerk to Orange Street could be black- Mrs P. H. Lott, 24th; Mrs RaifOf'd, Pa Ph. 431-1768.

4/182t 4/25 topped, and Mr. Hunt EGG HUNT Marian Waters, 12th, 5/9
requested Hampton's annual Easter celebrated with a family TUNING Call Yon Piano
a crossing on the : --------- ---
PUBLIC NOTICE railroad he has Hunt was greatly enjoyed dinneri Sylvia Williams and Lake City Expert
saying Egg Service
FLA., MONDAY, MAY 6. 1974, at 7:30: P.M FOR THE FOLLOWING but a number of Cynthia Brown (twins) BABY SITTER: Located in
a large technician. Ph. 755-
permit no by tuner
PURPOSE: PLACING A MOBILE HOME AT THE FOLLOWING celebrated their Hampton area. Clean home,
and of their birthday on
LOCATIONS Notice is hereby given that the Mr. Summers was present youngsters, some 0874. tfchg. dedicated parent Call 468-
: Florida Department of Tran- and expressed displeasure parents. Grand.Egg winners Easter Sunday with family ----------- 1532.2tp 4/18
will hold with the the Barbara Pearsall, and friends
sportation a public Council were
10:00 A.M. E. D. T. answered of Joyner, and Zena-
hearing at : some his Jimmy
1974 In The Beth granddaughter of Mr. FRIENDS AND NEIGh- with X-11 Diet Plan $3.00. WILL KEEP your child during
on the 29th day of April, questions. Councilmen ,
p1 1 JANETTE McCOLLUM: Com. at SW Cor of NW 1/4 of SW BOltS REDUCE'' Excess Fluids with day large house and play
then tried Mrs. Lester McCullough.
the Commissioners' Room of the to give him and
1/4, Run E. 660', N. 230' for POB; E. 50', N. 200'. W. 50'. So. 200', Bradford Courthouse more Prize eggs were found by Rev. Preston Perry at- X-Pel $3.00. Money Back area. Ph. 964-00IJ7. 4/4 2tp
County answers to his
To beg. desc. OR 102.208. West of Willie and Lottie McCollum on Starke FIOf'ida. complete inquiries. Sherrl Ross, Eddie James, tended the State Sunday Guarantee. Koch Drug. 1/3- 4/11

McCollum Road School and BTU Congress; 10 4/11 15tchg ------------
The hearing is being conducted Hampton now has a dog Jody Becky
All Ann Baker, and Patty Ocala, Oct 1013. RIDERS WANTED; To
to afford interested pound. dogs that are Young,
A2 REBANERCLARK: S. 55ft. of NW1/40f Blk2, S. of R2. Eand loose Williamson. Mr and Mrs D. J. LOSE WEIGHT: Safely and fast Gainesville 5 days s week
the opportunity to running are subject to be
N. 110 Ft. of SV'l/4 of Blk. 2. S. of R. 2 E. and land E. of same to persons and The Women's Auxiliary Williamson and family went with X.1 1 Diet Plan, $3.00. 964-8891 or 964-6826 after 6p.m
their views
: road In Temple's Sub-Diy. Sec. 21 and 22. Twp 6 South, Range 22 the express removal of the concerning following There picked will be a fee impounded.of $5 to wishes to thank all who sent to Monticello, Ark for a REDUCE Excess Fluids with ltpNEEDS

t, East. Located west side of old Lawtey Road at 1731 Old Lawtey Road. described roads from the State reclaim the dog from the baked goods and also Mr. week's visit with Mrs.Williamson's X-Pel. $3.00. Money Back -- -------

Trinks and Richard Newman mother, Mrs. Guarantee Koch Drug. GOOD used piano. Call
Primary System: pound.
: R3 HESTER DOMMON: Lot 3 of Blk nineteen Livingston, Truby
SR 18. Sections 28040, :28(160( Fire Chief Phillips asked for hiding the eggs Mrs. DeWitt. Tommy Bradley 15tchg 7/25 964-7695 after 4 pm 1tp
Aa. the
and Sub-Diy. to the town of Starke Being
: Company them. On their _
of the bake accompanied --- - -- -- -
took care
20080, 22.9 miles, from the the Council to consider Fontaine - -- --
Quarter of Section 28 6 purchasing
: Northeast Quarter of the Northeast ,Township In
Columbia Line to SR fire truck. sale, which was a complete return trip they stopped
806 Pine 51. County a new He MOBILE HOME MOVING. All"
22 East. Located
: South Range All in all it was a good Mobile and visited the
said he should have some bids sell-out. mobile home hurricane an-

i It 4., 18 100.SR 231, Section 28060, 0.7 in, to present to the Council,by day and the weatherman Alabama battleship. choring an mobil 'hom.e roof r FOR RENT 1
,, miles, from the Alachua County the next meeting. cooperated to make a Mr and Mrs. Tony Diflippioof coating. Olin's MOBILE Home

Une to SR 18 in Brooker.SR The police report was given beautiful afternoon for all. Tallahassee visited the Service. 964-5606, Rt. 100 W.

should be filed with this Court 227, Section 28060, 4.0 by City Marshall Phillips, who Fred Phillips family over Starke, Fla tfchg
: NOTICE OF INTENTION miles, from SR 18 to US 301. asked for a roof-mount light BURGLARY REPORTED Easter weekend.

TO REGISTER SOUTHEAST FIRST BANK SR 221, Section 28070, 4.2 for the police car. This request 1\11' and Mrs. Ernest Gilbert Mrs. Ada Hoist celebrated WE NOW HAVE diamond FOR RENT 12' wide mobile'homes
: FICTITIOUS NAME robbery of $15 in her birthday on April 14 with outside city limits. J.
OF JACKSONVILLE miles from US 301 south of was approved. reported a needles for any make or model
By: Richard C. Weimer Hampton to US 301 north of Council meetings are held cash and a wrist watch from her son, Ernest Hoist, and stereo player Dahmer's. B. White. Ph 9646114. If no
Pursuant to Section 865.00 from Long Island, N. answer call 964-8775. tfchg.
Vice President and Hampton.SR the second Tuesday in each their trailer home Thursday Discount House tfchg. _
Florida Statutes, notice is Trust Officer 21, Section 28090, 3.4 month, unless advertised night, April 11. Within a Y.; and her daughter, -- -- -- --

hereby given that the under- As Executor the Last miles from the pay County Line otherwise. All special matter of hours, Marshal 1\Iargurite Sprlngle and ---- ---- -- FOR RENT: NEW ADULT
Signed Frank H. Brown, Jr Florida, Rt. Will and Testament of north of Melrose to the Clay meetings are advertised by Phillips had the suspect in family from Ordell, N. J. SAWS SHARPENED:-'word PARK Quiet, nice people no

1. Box 16-P, Starke Ourania Lames Deceased County Line south of Keystone notices placed to let the public custody and the property was guaranteed. Call 964-7509 or outside pets. No children
business under the
32091., doing SCHOOL NEWS
4/44t 425NOTICE Heights.SR know of the meetln All recovered. leave at Jackson Buildlrig under 16. BRADFORD PARK,
firm name of S. and W. Muffler Mr. Ezzell reports that the
230. Section 28050, 3.8 1757 N.
Temple 964.5968.Btchg .
Shops, Route 2, Box 16-P, miles, from US 301 in Starke to RECREATION 4th, 5th, and 6th grades are In !Supply....:..:... -, =Starke=-- -or--Keystone-- 425sisterinlaw
Starke Florida 32091, intends to OF INTENTION TO the Clay County Line. Certificate No. 63. Year of The 4-H Carpenter Group the process of exhibiting their

register said fictitious name REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME SR 16. Section 28030, 9.2 Issuance: 1972.Description will meet Tuesday night at the strength, speed, and agility. ------- LAWTEY -------
under the provisions of aforesaid miles, from the Union County of Property: N 1/2 City Hall. All this will be recorded

statute. Pursuant to Section 865.09 Line to US 301 in Starke. of SW 1/4 of NE 1/4 of SW 1/4 The regular Senior Citizens through the AAHPER

Florida Statutes, notice is SR 225, Section 28110, 8.1 and Lot in NW 1/4 of SW 1/4. meeting will be held Friday Physical Fitness Test, con- Dale Chearlng, of Starke. Mr and Mrs.

Frank Brown, hereby given that the undersigned miles, from SR 16 to the Clay Being zn', Nand 5 by 100', E night, April 19, at 7:30: p.m sisting of seven items: pull- After which he will be on a six Joe Harley Lake and and family brother of

Independent Dealer JOHN CURLES, County Line. and W. Sec: 22, T-6-S, R-22-E. ups, sit-ups, standing broad months cruise in the Kingsley ; ,

Dated this 9th day of April, A. D. doing business under the firm This hearing is being conducted Name in which assessed: ANNIVERSARIES: jump, 50-yard dash, softball Mediterranean. Randy Harley
Mrs. Les McClellan visited
1974at Starke, Florida. 4/114tp name of STARKE CYCLE in compliance with the Sallie Williams. This is the way they were throw, shuttle run, and 600- Mrs Lillie Carver of Mrs. J. R. McLeod of Lake

5,2 CENTER 207 North Temple 1969 Florida Statutes Chapter All of said property being In reported to me: Mr. and 1\1rs. yard run-walk. Jacksonville and sister, Mrs. Butler last

Ave.. Starke, Bradford County, 335.02 and Chapter 335.040 as the County of Bradford, State of Leaston Forsyth, April 10. 16 The PTA is sponsoring this Jessie Mae Sochl of Atlanta, Moore Thursday.of
Florida, 32091, intends to Aorida. and Mrs Ted unit by supplying trophies, Jimmy Orange
NOTICE amended in 1970 and 1972.J. years; Mr. Ga. visited their cousins, Mr Park dinner of his
was a guest
register said fictitious name Unless such certificate Mr. certificates and patches, all last
Of' Curtis, April 2-1, 19 years; and Mrs. Hermie Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Fred
I will not be responsible for under the provisions of the D.Ward certificates shall be redeemed and Mrs. Fred Phillips, April well within reach of the Thursday Moore parents on, Saturday.Mrs. .

any debts made by my son who aforesaid Statute. District Engineer according to law the property 10. 20 years. May they have physically fit youngster.LAWTEY. Mrs. Vernard Hughes and Gwen Broward and

goes by the names of Jerry, DATED this 28th day of Florida Department described in such certificate Of' children of Green Cove children of Jacksonville

James or Jim Starling. March A. D. 1974. at Starke, of Transportation certificates will be sold to the Springs were Tuesday Friday with their mother spent,

Lcraina Starling Bradford County Florida. 4/182t 4/25 highest bidder at the court overnight guests of her sister, Mrs. Loca Raulerson.

2tp 4/18/ JOHN CURLES house door on the 20th day of Mrs. Jack Kuhne, and Another guest was her uncle,
sole owner May 1974. at 11:00 A.M. to
: children on their way
of Palatka for
Dolph Griffis
NO flCE 01- IN rtoNTION fU 3/28 4tp 4/18 NOTICE OFAPPLICATION Dated this 8th day of April, BY Atlanta, Ga. the weekend..
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME 1974. Mr. and Mrs Daniel Mrs. Paul Jones and
Massey of Naples spent the
CIRCUIT COURT daughter of Raiford, Mr. and
IN Gilbert S. Brown Clerk Jimmy Clemmons and sons.
Pursuant to Section 865.00 CHURCH: ACTIVITIES Easter weekend with their
Florida Statutes, notice is EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, By Beulah M. Moody Church: or God: Sunday Out of town guests included father, A. E. Massey, and Mrs. Albert Cathran and
of Starke 1\11' and
AND FOR BRAD- family ,
hereby given that the undersigned FLORIDA, IN that Isham Wilson the holder of Clerk of Circuit Court, School, 10 a.m Worship Mr and Mrs. Wayne Troup other relatives. Mrs. Thad Surrency and

PHILLIP N. FORD COUNTY. the following certificates has of Bradford County, Aa. Services, 11 a.m and 7 p.m. and daughter of Jacksonville; Mrs Goldie Myers of family of Baldwin and Mr.

HAMILTON, doing business CIVIL ACTION filed said certificates for a tax 4/18 4t 5/9 YPE and Prayer Meeting Mr and Mrs. John Kennedy Clarkesburg, West Va is and Mrs. Jerry Brown and

under the firm namrL. of deed to be issued thereon. The Saturday, 7:30 p.m. and daughter, Barbara Smith, spending some time with her daughter of Hampton were
HAMILTON CON'r'lETE certificate numbers and years of Fatih Baptist Church: Mr and Mrs. Daniel Smith son-in.law and daughter, Mr.
Case No. 7497In IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Easter dinner guests of their
of the
PRODUCTS 812 S. Cherry St.. issuance, the and description the in THE 8th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN Radio Program over WPXE and family, all of Savannah, and Mrs. O. Nicula. Other parents, Mr. and Mrs Vernon

Starke Bradford County Re: The Marriage of RALPH property, names AND FOR BRADFORD Starke, 8 a.m. Sunday, Bible Ga.; Mr. and 1\Irs. Tom guests were their brother-in. Mobley
which it was assessed are as School 10 a.m. Worship law and sister, 1\11' and Mrs.
Florida, 32091, intends to R. GOODMAN, husband, and COUNTY, FLORIDA. Pomerlean and son of Cherry
register said fictitious name MARTHA GOODMAN, wife follows: Services, 11 a.m. and 7:30: Point, N. C.; Mr. and Mrs Floyd Jenkins, on Easter Mr. and Mrs Jerry Vogler
No. 51 Year of
under the provisions of the Certificate CASE NO: 74105In p.m. School on Bible Doctrine, Glen Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Sunday and family of New Smyrna

aforesaid Statute. NOTICE OF SUIT- Issuance 1972.Description Tuesday 8 p.m. at Pastor's Paul Smith and family, and Mrs Joan Mitchell and and their mother, Mrs. Doc

DATED this 4th day of April, NO PROPERTY of Property: Com. Re: the Marriage of: S. home. Prayer Meeting Mr and Mrs. Bobby Lewis, daughter, Tonie, and sister, Mosley, visited her son-in-law
SE Cor of SW 1/4
A D 1974, at Starke Bradford 420ft, N from BRUCE JARVIS. Petitioner, and Wednesday, 7:30: p.m Bible all of Snead Miss Connie Fowler, of Dade and daughter, Mr and Mrs.
of SW 1/4, and run W 115', N and I\Irs. Gail Shelton of
Study City, and in
County Florida. Michael Bordon of Johnny Wyke family
: 50' E 115' S 50'. to POB, Sec.
PHILLIP N. HAMILTON Grate: United Methodist Gainesville was a dinner guest Jacksonville were weekend North Carolina Thursday to

Sole Owner YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED 21. -6-S, R22E. NOTICE BYPUBLICATION Church: : Sunday School, 9:45: of his aunt, Miss Arthurine guests of their cousins, Rev Monday.

414 4t 425IN that an action for dissolution of Name in which assessed, a.m. Worship Services, 11 Blanchard, on Wednesday. and Mrs. Jimmy Parrish of Mr and Mrs. Fred Moore

has been filed against Josephine 8lerson. a.m. and 7 p.m Wednesday, Jim Norman Is con- the State Farm. attended the wedding of Miss
marriage All of said property being in MYF 7 followed by Choir Mrs. Gladys Thompson and
p.m. valescing at the home of his Deborah Ann Dey of Keystone
THE you Bradford State of To:
the County of ,
Practice at 7:30.Communion daughter-in-law Mrs. Gene
: and Tex Patrick of
mother, Mrs. Darlene Nor- Heights
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT required to serve a
THE EIGHTH you are copy Aorida Route 1, Box 125B
Service and children of
AND FOR BRADFORD of written defenses if Starke Florida 32091 was man, after a tonsillectomy in Thompson Starke In the Community
IN your any Unless such certificate or ,
the church
observed at Kissimmee were Tuesday to
Baptist Hospital, Jacksonville Church Keystone Heights
COUNTY, FLORIDA to it, on the plaintiff's attorney, certificates shall be redeemed (Last known address)
at 7 Rev. of her sister
whose name and address is Thursday night p.m. on Thursday of last Friday guests last Saturday night.
according to law the property Nelson Thomas of Penney Mrs. Flossie Rosier.
week Mr and Mrs. Frank
in such certificate
Drawer 1030. Starke Florida described or Petition for Dissolution of Farms was guest speaker and Mrs. Lucille Cauley and Ralph Futch and son, Jeff, Honaker, Jr and Mrs. Debbie
certificates will be sold to the had charge of the Communion children were guests of her In- of Black Mountain N. C. were Frazier and son of Beckley,
re PETITION FOR ADOP- 32001, and file the original with bidder at the court Marriage has been filed against'
highest Service. laws, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. weekend guests of their aunt, W. Va. spent the week with
TION OF ANTONIO the clerk of the above styled house door on the 20th day of you in the above named Court,
Children and Young People Miss Elizabeth Mrs.
and ELOISE RIVERA court on or before May 26, 1974; 11:00 A.M. and you are required to serve a Cauley, of Baxley, Ga., on Terry. their brother.in-Iaw and
1974 at
May, :
of the church enjoyed an Sunday. The younger children Joyce Futch, her sister, of sister, Mr and Mrs. Barry
be of
otherwise a judgement may Dated this 8th day of April, copy your answer Of' pleading Easter Egg hunt at the church spent the week with their Blackshear, Ga., was their Watts and Barry Lee.
NOTICE OF SUIT entered against you for the relief to the Petition on the
1974. Saturday afternoon at one guest on Saturday On Mr. and Mrs. O. J.
demanded in the complaint Of' Petitioner's Attorney, CAROL grandparents, the Cauleys.Mr. supper Boyette,
MURRAY WILD SCOTT 11 West o'clock and Mrs. Steve Harbinof Sunday, they with Miss Terry Jr. and family met their
ToPETER: petition. Gilbert S. Brown Clerk Church: and Mrs. Futch, Mr. and Mrs. brother and sister in-law Mr.
Griffin Ga. have moved ,
1670 Mission Street WITNESS my hand and the Beulah M. University Avenue, Gainesville, School
By Moody 9:45: a.m. Terry Futch and sons, of
Sunday and and
here and are making their Mrs ette
San Francisco, California seal of said Court on April 2. Court Florida, 32601. and file the
Clerk of Circuit Lakeland
Service, 11 a.m, Jacksonville Beach Mr and
in Worship home with their parents, Mr. family of at the
1974. original answer Of' pleading
of Bradford County, Aa. Choir Practice, 6:30: p.m. and Mrs. Sidney Harbin. Mrs. Warren Kelly and home of their parents, Mr.
(And to other the office of the Clerk of the
interested any parties) GILBERT S. BROWN 4/18 4t 5/9 Circuit Court in and for Bradford Evening Service, 7:30: p.m Mrs. Horace Cox of Waldo granddaughter, Mr and Mrs. and Mrs O. J. Boyette, Sr. of

As Clerk of said Court County Florida, on or before Prayer Meeting Wednesday, was a Thursday dinner guest Alvin Mann and son Kinney, Lake City for a family get-

You are hereby notified that By: Dorothy Moore May 20, 1974. 7:30: p.m. of her mother, Mrs. P. L. Monteen Brewer and Mike together last Saturday.
NOTICE OFAPPLICATION Northslde Baptist Church: Dinkins and sister Mrs. Jim Wells, of Starke gathered at Johnny Holmes of Cross
the above named petitioners As Deputy Clerk If you fail to do 80, judgment ,
FOR Sunday School, 10 a.m. Burton. Mrs. Burton returned the home of Mr. and Mrs. City, Mrs Carolyn Holmes
ANTONIO RIVERA and ELOISE 4/11 4t 52NOTICE by default will be taken against
RIVERA, his wife have filed a TAX DEED you for the relief demanded in Worship Services, 11 a.m and to her home in Jacksonville Benton Futch and family of and children of Starke, and

Petition in the above.styled the Petition. 7:30: p.m Prayer Meeting last Thursday afternoon Starke for a family dinner, Joseph Starling were Easter
OF INTENTION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Wednesday 7:30: p.m which was enjoyed by all.
for the adoption of WITNESS hand and seal Mrs D. L. Shaw of dinner guests of her brother-
Court TO REGISTER that Merritt H. Williams the my and Lewis Licea of
Mr Mrs.
Lacrosse Mrs. Waldo Pringle In-law and sister, 1\11' and
Marsha Donna Murray and you this 15th day of April, A. D.
FICTITIOUS NAME holder of the following cer- SCHOOL NEWS Miami visited their
1974. or Worthington Springs, and parents, Mrs. Jack Kuhne, and family.
are commanded defenses to serve a if copy, tificates has filed said certificates The fashion show at the Mrs Onie Thornton of Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Starling, During the afternoon the

of your written P. any, Pursuant to Section 865.09 for a tax deed to be issued Gilbert S. April 2nd PTA meeting was a Auburndale were Thursday over the weekend and carried children enjoyed an Easter
on Dudley Hardy Florida Statutes, notice Is thereon. The certifICate numbers Brown Clerk success. It Is hoped that this dinner guests of their sister, their daughter, Michelle, Egg Hunt.

petitioners' attorney, whose hereby given that the under- and years of Issuance the will be an annual event and Mrs. Pierce Crews. Other home after a visit with her Mrs. Maxie Reddish and

address is P. O. Drawer 1030, signed Paul Stegall, P. O. Box description of the property, and By: Beulah M. MoodyDeputy Clerk that many more participants guests for the day were her grandparents. Randall of the State Farm,

Starke Florida, 32091. on or 434, Keystone Heights, Florida the names in which it was 4/184t 5/9 will model for next year's cousins, Mrs. Alphia Parrishof Cheryl Boyette went with a and Mr. and Mrs. Robert

before May 31, 1974. and file the doing business under the firm assessed are as follows: show Auburndale, Mrs Iva Girl Scout Troop of 12 girls to McClellan and Jeff, of Starke,

original with the Clerk of this name of Paul's Drive-In Certificate No 67. Year of The physical education McKinney, and her niece, Savannah, Ga and they were Easter dinner guests of

Court either before service onpetitioners' Cleaners 418 West Call Street, Issuance 1972.Description NOTICE OF softball season Is now un- Mrs. Ruby Atwood, and son visited Juliet Lowe's, bir- their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
attorney or Starke, Florida, 32001, intends of Property: Lot EXAMINATIONNotice derway. The faculty-student Edwin of Starke. thplace. They left Sunday and Les McClellan. Other guests
mediately thereafter; to register said fictitious name 11 of Blk 16 in L.T and COS game Is being planned and the Mr. and Mrs. Reggie returned home Tuesday.Mr were Donald Reddish, Vicki

a default for the may relief be entered demanded against in under the provisions of aforesaid Add, Sec. 28, T-6-S, R-22. is hereby given fourth and fifth grade students Norman were Friday over- and Mrs. Joey Dobbs Reddish and Paul West of the
you statute. Name In which assessed, Bill pursuant for this opportunity and baby or Jacksonville were
the Petition to Chapter 16C.7, Florida are eager night guests of their parents, State Farm during the af-
Klondes. Brantley and Tontee Easter dinner guests of their
Administrative Code Rules and Breyce Mr. and Mrs. Truman Nor- ternoon.
WITNESS hand and the
my Paul Stegall, All of said property being in James represented Lawtey at man grandparents, Mr and Mrs.

seal 1974.of said Court on April 9. Sole Owner the County of Bradford, State of Well Regulations Contractors Governing in Florida Water, of the County Spelling Bee on Mr and Mrs David Arlie Dobbs. Another guest Lonnie Teston, Mr and

Dated this 16th day of April, Aorida an Examination for a Water Well Tuesday. The competition was Johnson of Atlanta, Ga. for the day was their son, Mrs. Bill Baker and family, of

GILBERT S. BROWN A. D. 1974 at Starke, Aorida. Unless such certificate or Contractor's License The tough but these students visited their cousins, Mr. and Burney Dobbs, also of Sanford, Mr, and Mrs. Randy

As perk of said Court 4/184tp 59I / certificates shall be redeemed examination will be given at the represented their school well. Mrs. O. J. Anders on Tuesday Jacksonville.Mr Hayes of Hampton, Mr. and
according to law the property Three students have and Mrs. Leon Starling,
dates Other guests of the Anders Mrs. Wayne Teston and
By Beulah M. MoodyDeputy following times and
perk I Wayne Dempsey, will not be described in such certificate or locations to all qualified qualified to represent Lawteyat were their brother-in-law and Mr and Mrs George Shuford daughter of Starke, were

4/11 4t 5/2 responsible for any debts made certificates will be sold to the plicants whose applications ap-ere a multi-county math sister, Mr, and Mrs. Newt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Easter dinner guests of their

for Of' by Norma Jean Dempsey highest bidder at the court received in the offices of The tournament to be held at Glen Strickland, Sr. of Tampa, on Glen Starling and family, Mr parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl
house door on the 20th day of of Natural St. Mary on Thursday, April Thursday. and Mrs. Dan Jackson and Teston, and family.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, Way, 1974, at 11:00: A.M. Department daughter Mr. and Mrs. Lane
-Wayne Dempsey Resources, Division of Interior Mr and Mrs. Don Hannan Emory Prevatt and J. L.
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, 2tp 4/25/ Dated this 11th day of April, Resources Tallahassee, not less and Mr. and Mrs. Greg Dyal Carter and family of Sweat of Starke, Sam Hum.
1974. than two days prior to the PERSONALS or Warner Robbins, Ga. and Gainesville, and Mr. Mrs. phrey of Keystone Heights,
FLORIDA INVITATION TO BID examination dates. Reggie Norman, formerly Mr and Mrs. Robert Dyal and Charles Carter and daughter and Mr and Mrs. Phil Eunice
Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk of Ichtucknee Springs and now were Sunday dinner guests 0
1:00 P.M. family of Jacksonville spent of Graham were guests of Mr.
: April 23.
File Number 1-2088 In Probate Beulah M. Moody Gulf Hammock visited his their mother Mrs Lois
By of ,
The Board of County Com- 1974. Board Room of the Southwest the weekend with their and Mrs Harold Eunice
missioners of Bradford County Clerk of CIrcuit Court, Florida Water grandparents, Mr, and Mrs. parents, Mr and Mrs. Leon Carter during Ute week.
\ Management
IN RE: ESTATE OF OURANIA will receive sealed bids to be of Bradford County, Aa. District, BrooNlville, Florida Carl Prevatt; his parents,M r. Dyal and Leonette, and their Mr and Mrs. Richard Lloyd Mr. and Mrs. James Anders

LAINAS, Deceased opened at 10:00: A.M in the 4/18 4t 5/9 9:00: AM., Wednesday, April and Mrs Truman Norman; grandmother, Mrs, Lomie and family of Homestead, Mr, and family of Palatka and Mr.

Bradford County Courthouse on 24, 1974, Central and Southern and his brother and sister-in. Mosley, and Mrs. Garland Norman and Mrs. Bill Anders and
FINAL NOTICE for the NOTICE OFAPPLICATION law, Mr and Mrs. Bobby and Mrs. Sidney and Mr. and Mrs.
Monday, May 6, 1974. Florida Flood Control District, Mr. family, family were Easter dinner
following: FOR Amex Conference Room, 901 Norman, and family on Hansen, Mr. and Mrs Ken- Harry Carey, of Miami, Mr. guests of their parents, Mr
Notice is hereby given that the 1 TABLE TOP COpy TAX DEED Evernia Street, West Palm Monday neth Prater and family, Mr. and Mrs Marcus Norman and and Mrs. O. J. Anders.

undersigned has filed a final MACHINE FOR THE TAX Beach, Florida Mr, and Mrs. Carl Vanzant and Mrs. Ken Martin and family, also of Miami, and Miss Wanda Batten of

accounting, has completed the COLLECTOR AND 1 TABLETOP NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, 9:00: A.M., Thursday, April were hosts in their home on family, of Jacksonville, and Mr and Mrs. Edward Roberts Theresa spent the weekend

administration of this estate and COPY MACHINE FOR THE that Leroy Thomas the holder 25, 1974, Council of Governments Saturday and Sunday, April 6- Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Martin, and family were dinner guests with her brother-in-law and

that after publication of this CLERK OF THE COURT AS PER of the following certificates has Office, 3rd Floor 7, toM guests for the Vanzant were Easter dinner guests or of Mrs. Beulah Norman and sister, Mr, and Mrs Sammy

notice once each week for four THE FOLLOWING SPECIFICATIONS filed said certificates for 8 tax Courthouse Anoex, Daytona, Reumon. Among those en- their mother, Mrs. Walter Ion last Saturday evening. Eunice,

consecutive weeks, application : deed to be Issued thereon. The Beach, Florida joying the occasion with the Martin. Mr and Mrs. A. Q. Smith Mr. and Mrs. A, B. Wainwright -

WIll be made to the Circuit Court certificate numbers and years of 10:00: A.M., Friday, April 26. hosts and their family, local Mr and Mrs. Billy Griffis of and family of Polk City were Sr. of Jacksonville

In and for this county for ap- 1. Must be able to reproduce issuance, the description of the 1974, Room 203, Pennington guests included their rather, New River Air Base, N. C. are Easter week guests of their called on their sister, Mrs.

proval of the accounting and for at a rate of twelve copies per property, and the names In Building, Tallahassee, Florida HOIIea Vanzant, Mr and Mrs. spending some time with their brother-In-law and sister, Mr, Elsie Norman, and grandsons,

final discharge of the un- minute. which it was assessed are 811 1t 4/18 Dwayne Vanzant and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul and Mrs Wayne Massey and Jim, Kenneth, and Kevin

dersigned. Objections, if any, 2. Flatbed Book Copier. follows: daughter, and Mr, and Mrs Griffis, and Mr and Mrs. family; their brother and Norman Sunday afternoon.


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1551 suit or your 9648331.budget.ftchg.paymentsto Ph. 468- ------------ FROM LOCAL STARKE MAN YOUNG (It> CO. 11 Gal up 20%

r J. 10 Acres Just Out of City, Good KNOWS HIS BUSINESS E.'f'J 5 o Vacuum Cleaners 102 E. Brownlee St.

FOH' SALE: Registered' Angus Land 1 ..
For Free EstimatesCall
Bull J. B. Wh te. Starke 964-7025
3 BR CB Const., 2 Full Baths,
Phone 964-6114 or 964-8775.
481-2892 117 N. WALNUT ST. 964-8787
WANTED: Electrical work. No
tfchg. Fireplace; Fam. Rm., Close To
job too big or too small. Call All Conveniences. STARKE. FLA.
Steve Clark, 485-5806. If no Hawthorne ..................
answer call 486-2601. 2tp 4/18 70 Acres,10 With Pines,20 With WE SERVICE ALL MAKES VACUUM CLEANERS
FOR SALE 66 acres on US-301, ------------ Pecan Trees, 40 Cleared. Bill's C. B. Radio

near Starke, Florida. Zoned Spring fix-up time, Adult Mobile
commercial and Mobile screen and wind repair, lawn 2 BR Frame,Approx.2 Mi. From 321 Temple Ave.
homes plans, bidded, every chair repair, painting. General City. Good Terms. Home ParkIN I SS4-B34G
thing ready to go $150.000 handyman. Ph. 964-5422. 1tp ,
Starke Fla
negotiable. Ph. 305-833-4057. 10 Acres Cleared with 2 Rows CITY LIMITS $30 A MONTH SEWING ,
2tchg. 4/25. Planted Pecan Trees WALK TO NEIGHBORHOOD '
All Of Electronic
--.--------- WANTED: Lady to come to my Types Equipment
home to take care of infant 2 BR Frame Lg. Home and Nice GROCERY AND NEW PREFERRED BUT

FOR SALE: Epiphone Guitars twins. Ph.964.9072.2tp4/18 Lot. SHOPPING CENTER WE WILL TRAIN EXPERT
made in Japan by Gibson now ------------ NO PETS TF
WANTED: Waitress. Apply in 2 BR CB Const., Built Recently.

person Horn's Restaurant, U.S. 301 SOUTH
Lawtey, US 301. tfchg. CALL US,WE HAVE MORE
PHONE 964-881O Bill, Now Sells Hunting & Fishing Licenses
GARAGE SALE: Clothing,
Cadillac Uniform Co.
bedroom furniture, kitchen 4 & All Management Permits

3 utensils, Box 337,1 and misc.mile S.items.301.964-At. WANTED refrigerators- ,Used washers furniture- Dah- GEORGE ROBERTS W..IE.. JIt( ( 441 E. BROWNLEE STARKE FLA Home of the Magnetic Signs

8058. Saturday. April 20. Itp mer's Discount House tfchg REAL ESTATE TREE SERVICEALL 4 24 Hour Service

986 N.Temple Ave.,StarkePh. TYPES TRtE WORK
Hay 1.25, at barn. Seed 75 Wayne Douglas Associate
road 100 in city limits(Starke) WARRANTY
Hulsey game chicken Jumbo Brooker Two new homes 24 YEARS EXPERIENCE PHONE 964-527O 219 E WASHINGTON ST
Quail, Jumbo pheasants and FOR SALE: 1970 Bonneville, Hampton Home on 112 acre JAX 768-8522 STARKE FLA
Wild turkeys. J. M. Edwerds, A/C, full power, good Lake Butler old farm OR STARKE 964-9933 OWNED i OPERATEDBY Congoleum Shinyl Vinyl"THE
Box 628, Phone 964-5379, condition. Ph. 468-1205 after Lake Butler Canal lot 12 TP 6/27 A STARKE MAN
Starke. 4/4 4tp 4/25. 5 p.m. Itp Starke 2 B R house$8,800 NO WAX FLOOR" $4.59

------------ ------------ Starke 290 acres in pasture Marchant Auto Sales COMPLETELY INSTALLED COMPARE AT 16 5O
FOR SALE: 22 snub revolver and timber,part fenced. PER SQ YD
$19.95, 25 automatic $39.95, FOR SALE: 59 Mercury GAINESVILLE:
38 revolver from $49.95, 357 Marquis, V-8 Station wagon. FRED SACKETT-REALTOR PumpsNew Beautifully SculpturedHI
magnum revolvers $11.95, Runs good, good condition. 205 N.Temple(US-301)) 1636 S E. 3RD AVE. M LOW NYLON

nine MMM automatic PS AC, good tires. Call 372- 964-6522 And UsedSALES MARCHANT WILL MANYCOLORS TO CHOOSE FROM EXCEEDS
12995. DAHMERS 3783 or 9645673. $995. Itp Mite 468-1753 7-25 pd. TREAT YOU RIGHT FHA SPECIFICATIONS COMPLETELY $6 a 91

------------ PARTS ShagTHE
20 acres with well, septic tank ------
FOR SALE: 4 piece living room Town FinanceNew and light pole $23,000 SERVICE CARPET WITH THE NOW LOOK I

conditioner, $250. Call 964- 20 acres -2 acres planted pines Builders Inc. COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM COMPLETELY $1 95
8235. Itp 14 pecan trees $24,000 Plumbing Kingsley INSTALLED OVER RUBBER PADDING PER SO YD .

20 acres planted pines $28,000
1'V Color picture tubes onlv

$79 plus labor, Dahmers Beginning May 4,1974 2 BR frame house, completely ALL MAKES Custom Line HomesLet
Discount. tfchg. PHONE 964.7061
furnished $8,000
Wa Will B a Closed All Day Sat. Assembly Applicants NeededAt

FOR SALE: Doublewide trailer, 2 BR, 1 bath, CB, very nice DurrancePUMP
Us Bid On Your
24 x 66 completely furnished. beginning May 8th Wa Will B $25,500 Job General Electric

Central heat and air,5 acres of SUPPLY CO.
land. Private. 4963042. 1tp Open All Day Wad 2 BR Mobile Home on 100 x 200 864N.TEMPLE AVE. Your Plans Or Ours
.... canal lot-Santa Fe Lake 13,500
---- ------
Town Finance .Immediate openings for light assembly production
FOR SALE: 2 registered Angus A.J.THOMAS, REALTOR operators on night shift (2nd and 3rd).
Visit Our Models In Beautiful
Bulls. 2 and 21/2 years old.
205 N.Temple Ave.
$500 each..468-1129._2t 4/25 226 N. Temple 964-6162 ; Long Champ ,,-High dexterity and aptitude for assembly work are all
---- ---- --
964-7449 LILLIAN C.PEARSON, J the requirements necessary.
FOR SALE: AKC Registered 4T.CHG ASSOCIATE Home and Montclair, Orange Park, Fla.Or .
Chinese and miniature
Schnauzer Pugs, Irish setters and 7823806BUDDY'S .Building MaterialsWE ,.-No training, experience or particular educational

purebred Chihuahua. Call 964- background required.
-- ""- -- BUILD Call
7929. 2tchg 4/25
------------ "YOUR' PLANS OR OURS ..-Apply between the hours ol I a.m.and 4:30 p.m.Monday
through Friday the plant located on Highway 441, 12 milt
FOR SALE: large lot at Starke YOUR LOT OR OURSFREE 264-2285 964-6464
Call A. north of Gainesville.
Country dub. 5600.
Proto, after 6 p.m. 4752290.
1tp REMODELING REPAIRS Orange Park StarkeFla.At .
ups of 24 widen and single wider ADDITIONS
FOR of 18 lots In.
: Group
Hurricane anchors .Roof Coating

southeast Southgate Starke subdivision to be sold at In .All work guaranteedCall TRADED Night Call General (l. Electric

package. City sewerage and ACREAGE FOR SALE
water available. Ph. 964-6078,
r Bill Powell 964-6810
Bruce Scott Jackson's Build- 964-8863 Anytime 964-6853
Ing Supply; after 5 p.m. Ph. HWY. 301 S. STARKE TF I TF/CHG An Equal Opportunity Employer

964-5262. ,.t __ ,. I TF

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Page 20 TELEGRAPH April 18, 1971

Lnwtey Students Win RoundOf

I 'It's Academic" CompetitionGifted i Day Care Program

students at Lawtey keeper. Mrs. Stanwix-Hay .
Elementary traveled to asked the questions, which Servin13
Southside Elementary March were written 'Ftr
on cards. The I
4,for two round t of "It's Academic points for the -'
," ranged from 10 to 100.questions A Day Care Program Mrs. Gerrl Parsons, and Dr.
The competition sponsored by the Community Mike Cartwright of the
advanced students of among The score at the end of the Mental Health Center in Gainesville Partial
schools, instructed by Mrs. first Southside round was. Lawtey 75 and Starke is now serving 13 adult Hospitalization Program.The .
Peggy Stanwix-Hay, took clients, two half days a week. present limited objective -
The second round
place on Southside began This program currently of the program is to
stage. Mrs.
Alicia Steffa and Mrs. Marjorie with Lawtey reading in the meets in the City Recreation prevent persons from being
acted Lightning Round 30 to Center and consists of music, referred to the State Hospitalat
Murphy as score
Southside s 20. At the end of
keepers. Jim Duncan, Lawtey the second round Southsidehad recreation crafts and group Macclenny and to providemore
principal, served as time therapy. In the future it is intensive after-care
280 to
645. planned to include work treatment and socialization to
I therapy.The clients who have been
program is staffed by a discharged from the State
brazier number of workers from the Hospital.
crispy friedCbicken local Mental Health Center Day Care wishes to thank all
including Mrs. Mamie Me- participating merchants and
Cutchen, Mrs. Dolores Boyce, individual people who have
given financial support as wellas
A y supplies and equipment to
this program. If others would
My Neighbors like to participate in this

r manner please call 964-8382
Dinner ; wld or drop by the office which is
: oot located at 321 West Madison
Street. Articles which wouldbe
of great use are carpenterand
yard tools of all kinds,
d 4 kitchen supplies, sewing
only $119! 1 CF rI etc.machines, games of all kinds,

I c.J CJ. C

x' V Uv
Boy,I WISH ,
LEGS I SR-225 (Old Bayless
.. I' '
I. "Yes your honor, we the Jury
f''") '.-:., .... .:..'> have finally reached a decision. Auto Repair
.f.. (' ", We'll have seven hamburgerswith Specializing In-

.>_._. onions four without and
"'1'' ..... Winners of the Home Grown Division of the annual steer :\Io\\ry. Hampton, first place, and Beth Hamilton Brooker, one hot dog ten coffees Brake Repair
\ci -:-- show and sale at the 1971 Bradford County Fair were Michael second place two milks ." Tune UpseMotor
'-I-J ,.. OverhaulPhone
J i Land Uses Adding machines; typewriters,,;
Major Inventoried U.S. Of
-: By Dept. Agriculture
--- ,..". : iff! ice supplies Bradford\ County
'y --
WASHINGTON\ Jan. 2 -- ((less than 3 Telegraph. TFCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC
percent); nationally as losses to million acres of land a year. 964-6469
a"Scruznpdjflyjsh us"sale! About 80 percent of the more recreational, wildlife and agricultural, urban, and other
April 17 thru April 24DaTru than 2 billion acres of land in other extensive special uses ((5 uses in some regions have Three-fifths of the land, and cc----------"V"
the United States is used -------------------
for ,
percent) and unclassifiedareas been largely offset
by nearly all the valuable
Hey .v.rybodyl big...Thuraday DAIRY through QUEEN Saturday la having Th. crops pasture, and forestry, including Alaska tundra reversion of open land to acreage, is privately more owned. DeWitt G.JonesFuneral
DQ Chicken Dinner pak for only 99"> according to a report released ((13 percent). forest in other regions. State, Federal, and local I
You qat thr.pl.cn of BRAZIER today by the U S. Departmentof In recent decades there has I I
CRISPY FRIED ., governments own the rest.
Queenbrazier. roll with hon.y for CHICKEN]lu.t 99* It and'.too a dmn.r good Agriculture's (USDA) been little change in the Special uses of land, par- Home
to mm Bring th.whol.gang to participating/ Economic Research Service. distribution of land among ticularly urban and
DQ BRAZIER itor.1 for"crumpdillyuhua" The report based data of the ,
BRAZIER fn.d on major agricultural and recreational uses, continue to Copies report "Major
crupy from the 1969 Census, USDA forestry uses. Acreages of expand at the expense of Uses of Land in the United STARKE F PHONE 964-62OO
"L.fm all go to the DAIRY QUEEN" agencies and other sources, both cropland and permanent agricultural and forestryuses. States: Summary for 1969" RENTAL
shows that one-fifth of the grassland declined slightly, However the special AER 247 are available on HOSPITAL BEDS WALKERS.WHEEL CHAIRS
total area is devoted to crops prior to 1973's cropland in uses represent a small and request by telephone((202)) 447- ft CRUTCHES
1401 N. TEMPLE AVE more than one-fourth is crease. However, total slowly increasing share. Use 7255 or post card from Officeof
964-8911 permanent grassland pasture, production, thanks to rising for urban expansion, high- Communication, U S. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
and one-third is forest land. yields increased ways, roads, airports, and Department of Agriculture PHONE 473-3176
The rest is distributed Washington, D. C 20250.
among significantly Forest land area reservoirs, for example,
urban and transportation has Please include code. I XX3OOOOOOQOOCKX9OQOOQOOOOOOOOOO0INow
uses held almost stable requires an additional 1.2 zip

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