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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 25, 1974
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven



Vol. 95 STARKE. FLORIDA 13: Cents
No. 40 Thursday April 25, 1974 CopyJust






School ConstructionTotaling







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school building project priority list to cost more than

million and totaling some 38,000 square feet to bo

Permit in fiscal 1974 was approved by the Bradford School

in a work session Monday night attended by some


-.4l Ii for the and package administrators.of four construction projects will

Revised For from $1,040,000 in state supplied construction funds

the school board around the first week in June.

funds will come from a bond issue sold April 11 by the

Department of Education, with license tag fees

Mobile to pay off the huge statewide $300 million issue.
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f two additional buildings are proposed at
..'
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L r ,:. ', : New procedures for issuing 3. When mobile High School at an estimated cost of $670,000; a

/ { :':. :'" ..: ;4 mobile home permits were ready for final building to relieve congestion at Bradford Middle
..,f.0",, / liS. this week by the *
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.,. building at a cost of $188,000 three new kindergarten
.w:, '. ". .... Building Department of the ; I
/' oJ. '. Y r .' Office. (See Page at both Starke and Southside Elementary Schools I
.'d County Zoning
? '' .;., ;,,: some $108,000, plus refurbishing existing rooms
.'' "The trouble has been in the
: "
.\:; past that too many mobile adding air conditioning at the two elementary schools.

.. yti homes were being lived in totals some 38,000 square feet and some $1,126,000, if
/:, i, before they were actually project was considered separately, according to

.''J'.w.. ready for occupancy," Gaines given Monday night by Architect Don Morgan I
said.
., i his assistant Frank Walwrath.
L. M. Gaines, Zoning Board
said the architec board will have to it
the spend
v
yulaw ri, director, said the rules were
firm is always forced to a total of $1,120,000.
J revised to insure that no more
1
mobile homes were occupieduntil projects separately That figure leaves about
of a lack of know- $30.000( the board will have to
they had complied with
about when the come up with from its regular
all requirements, including will the ,
budget
adequate septic tanks. go up. superintendent
lie's chairman of the County Commission, a real estate To give more by Supt. Jim Temple indicated. !
Gaines said that in the downtown Starke After hesitation. (the
agent, and a long-time DuPont employee, but when the fair past, 5)A per square foot would some
persons desiring to place a formed board, on a motion by
comes to town every year Ralph Bryan again becomes just a comfortable" if the four
A Little Boy At Heart mobile home on a site were association has Member Rodney Hall agreedto {
little The
boy again. Telegraph camera caught Bryan leaving are bid as a package,
issued a building permit by his one way streets submit the project priorityto
the fair grounds with this huge pink, shaggy teddy bear Morgan, and
at office, and told to obtain a Thompson Streets the State Department of
won a shooting gallery Engineer Roy
-beptic_tank permit, and an Jefferson and agreed. Education for approval. The
electric hookup permit before Streets, to the board can spend the bond
moving into the unit. Under mission. sir. If we bid as a funds on only those projectsapproved
should be
that
this procedure, the mobile The request was "a by the state
home owner sometimes the good figure, department."We .
Veteran Farmer Loses On Berries
: bypassed the County Committee of replied. Morgan feet zeroed in on classroom
Sanitarian Jack Trawick, who Jimmy McRae that 40,000 square space," Supt. Temple said in
issues the septic tank permits, Schaefer and per square foot equals answering questions from administrators
said the
and obtained their electric Jimmy Bowen. He square about facilities

First Time In 40 Years Of Growing"I hookup without, occupying the necessary the unit organizational The new total to of might Education meet have State to be BMS lacking: Principal for staff and Lennard storage

sanitary facilities. Monday, April 15, load re Register pointed out the

don't think there's a man usually begin to open their enough cold this winter and picking more than half the Gaines said that effective compiled a list of at the due middle to a school, proposed buildings lack
fields basis. kind of virus has hit volume they should have been improvements storage for teacher supplies
in the county who hasn't lost on a you-pick some new immediately the procedurefor enrollment now shows
rest rooms for teachers, and
money on berries this year, One long-time grower, us. harvesting. "Ordinarily we mobile home permits will were students compared to 870
covered walk
to the Templesaid
including me," veteran Luther Hilliard, of SR-225 Hilliard said he had North average from 1,000 to 1,200 be as follows: Morgan made his ways.
approval and funds simply do not
grower Lloyd Griffis of west of Lawtey, is among Carolina plants that yielded flats per acre during the 1. When applicant comes to .
Lawtey said yesterday."I those who have already tossedin better than the California season, but this year the yield the Zoning Board he will be "One of our with assurance, permit anything except classroom
the sponge and opened their sequoias, and he figures his has been only 400 to 500 per issued a conditional building mendations is to Temple told the board space and still do all the
can't figure it out. This fields to the you-pickers. He is harvest at less than half a acre," Norman says. permit, allowing him to move parking for the the assembled audience: projects.
will be the first time in 40 just as puzzled as Griffis and crop. Much of his bloom the mobile home onto his people and the propose that $1,150,000 is Board Member Rodney Hall
years of growing that 1haven't the others to determine cause turned black during a recent With the largest acreage in property, but not to occupy it businesses," said to do what we plan said there has not been enough
made money on of the failure. week of rain and fog, and it's the county, Norman says he is until all conditions have been speaking for the ." storage in "any" building
strawberries." "The bloom comes on, then too late now to make a crop, picking from five acres of met. "We are said the state bond we've ever built. He pointedout

Griffis was echoing the just sits there and finally he declares, agreeing with young plants that were set out 2. A red tag will be placed on that one-way to Bradford County will that insurance be less if rates the schools would
probably
opinion of other major turns black like it has been Griffis that all growers have late.The bulk of his acreage is the meter pan as soon as stituted on $1,040,000,the county will
growers in the county who say killed by frost" Hilliard says. lost money this season.L. in older plants that put on an electric service pole is in- Thompson Streets receive some $70,000 in could lawn move mowers gasoline out of cans boiler and

that up to now they've made "Some blame it on thrip, but I M. Norman, Jr., also of oversize lush growth early in stalled, indicating that Madison and state capital outlay
"about half a crop." With the don't think so. I'm wonderingif SR-225 west says that the season, but have failed to electric service is not to be Bill Wilson, the and the bond money rooms."We recognize the staff
first of May only days away it could be something in the growers have "just been produce a volume of bloom connected until after final President of the be placed on interest and the short end of the stick gets,"

it's the time that growersShampoo air maybe we didn't have scrapping" all season, never (See Page 5) inspection. (See Page gain some $10,000 before said Walwrath, who pointedout

that State Board of


Sheriff Sets Probe Into Girl's DeathNow rest Education regulations students room"in regulations go are the outside rain.geared"SBE won'tlet to to a


students, Walwrath reiterated -
to the teachers.

that positive iden- of the girl who disappearedfrom girl near the place she was Keystone dump just off SR-100 covered by a broken-off scrub foul play was involved. Temple also stressed to the
JI tification of the skeleton of a New Smyrna shopping found, and continued on. on the curve two miles west of oak tree. architect the importance of
+ Barbara Bauer, 17, has been center last September 6. The "You just don't treat a Keystone Heights. The area Sheriff Reddish has said the The Sheriff's Departmenthad saving some funds to refur-
w y V established Sheriff Dolph body was discovered missing person like you do one has been thoroughly probedby cause of death appears to be the girl's identity pinned bish and air condition the
down within hours after
Reddish said his department by a group of children paying who has been murdered," the the Sheriff's Department to blows to the head, although existing rooms at SS and SE.
will begin an intensive investigation at the scene near the Keystone sheriff said Tuesday. extent of burning the area off officially the cause is still examining the scene where Morgan, Walwrath, and
the skeleton found.
along with other Heights land fill in the edge of Although much groundworkhas and examining every object pending Dr. Klein's findings. of was with Tarknett agreed if all the
Resemblance
law enforcement agencies, to Bradford County just off SR- been done surrounding the found. There is no doubt in the clothing work is bid as a package the
& Cleaner find the persons responsiblefor disappearance of Miss Bauer, The remains were partially sheriffs mind, however, that (See Page 5) renovation work can be in
the death of the New 100.The girl's car was the case has been handled as cluded. Under SBE
SaleSat. Smyrna Beach girl. discovered a few days after that of a missing person, regulations the board must

.,April 21 Positive identification of the her disappearance at a rather than a homicide, he DPC Gets Public CommentOn first meet all needs listed in its
skeletal remains, with the Valdosta, Ga. motel. indicated.For school project survey for new
Sponsored by teeth playing a vital part, was Sheriff Reddish reiteratedthis instance, the person or construction before it can
Starke Recreation confirmed by Dr. Robert week that his department persons who left the car at the spend: state funds on refur-

Dept. a Recreation Klein, pathologist at Alachua possesses "some evidence"that Georgia motel have been Rendering Plant OdorPublic bishing.
Auxiliary General Hospital, this past the girl was killed in checked into, but not like they : Apparently going by the
--- Saturday, April 20, Sheriff Bradford County near the will be now that Miss Bauer's '-" board for yet another time are
Reddish says. The girl's scene where her skeleton was death has been established testimony was heard hearing the comments from temporary permits issued by new cafeterias for the middle
Confederate parents Dr. and Mrs. Albert found. The sheriff theorizes, Reddish indicates Tuesday night and will be the residents affected by the the Department of Pollution school and high school.
MEMORIAL DAY Bauer of New Smyrna, were at this point, that her kid- Miss Bauer's body, con- taken into consideration in an odors and from the people Control. "There is no question about
Sunday,April 28 immediately notified, the napers abducted the coed sisting of skeletal remains, upcoming decision by the involved," said Frank The principal subject of the need for cafeterias at the
4 p.m. sheriff said. from the New Smyrna clothing, and jewelry, was Northeast Regional Task Watkins, regional engineer of Tuesday's meeting was: middle school and high school,
Dr. Klein is still working on shopping center, traveled discovered April 10 by a groupof Force Team of the Depart- the DPF, said in closing the "Should the company's but we have $1 million and we
Crosby Lake establishing a cause of death through this area, killed the children playing near the ment of Pollution Control meeting."It construction permit be are putting it first into class-
CemeterySponsored from Jacksonville on whetherto appears the comments modified to allow a two month room space," Supt.' Temple
extend the operating permitof there are on two alternatives: delay in delivery of a new stated.
by Starke Man Charged In Wife's MurderG. National Protein, Inc. One is to grant an extension to scrubber which was scheduled But the superintendent also
W. T,Weeks Purpose of the hearing was the company until June 30 for ;jo be in operation by April 30, stated at another point that
Chapter, UDC to receive comments from the the installation of the new 1974?" funds must reserved for renovations -
Riddell Riddell
Wayne 56, of was a sewing past two weeks. D. L. DePoe,
--- Starke, is in Bradford County machine mechanic for Vogue 42, of Starke, was charged in public concerning the controlof equipment, or secondly, to In an effort to effectively of existing SS and
control the odors from the SE classrooms."I .
obnoxious odors take kind of action to
emanating some
Spring Band jail charged with the first- Manufacturing, out on SR-100, Columbia County with assault
degree murder of his wife for the past five months. with intent to murder his from the rendering plant, close the plant down. At any plant the company has in- don't want to face those"
Concert4p.m. Clara Bella Riddell 39, andassault Battin is home making a estranged wife, Mrs. Emma located on SR-18 near Hamp-- rate, your comments here stalled an air-scrubber people another winter,
ton. Area residents have tonight will be further operated by a 60 horsepower Temple stated, referring toSouthside's I
with intent to commit quick recovery from the in Jean DePoe, 34, after he shot
electric motor that is faulty
Friday,May 3 murder against her son, Larry cident. her five times in a Lake City repeatedly complained of foul evaluated and a decision on heating
Battin, 20, of Starke according This has been the second convenience store where she odors from the plant, and the matter will be for presently in use and according system.. When that system
to heard at the cooled off last winter it
about IS showed Watkffis comments ,
persons up thcoming shortly,
BHS Auditorium to Chief Deputy murder of two women in the was employed.
Robert Green. Tuesday night. added. meeting the odor incidencehas heated up SS parents who
Railroad Considers The plant's current The $750,000 facility has lessened."I appeared at a board meetingand
Adults $1.00Students The shooting took place at 1 Emergency Crossingbeing operating permit expires been the target of numerous would like to say that the were assured the problem

50cCtmtmi the couple's home m SR-230A Arthur G.. Loudon Jr. considered by manage- April 30. National Protein has complaints from residents of odors are still there. The odor would be corrected by the next

*! east of Starke near Bethel chairman of the BradfordCounty ment and I am sure you will be applied for an extension until the Hampton area in regard to incidence has dropped to winter
Church at 10:55: p.m April 17. Hospital Board of hearing from them in the near June 30, on grounds that offensive, odors caused by about 7 or 8 days per month The two new high school
GUjr (Hommunfly according to Green. Trustees, has been notified by future." equipmenn to control the odorIs cooking waste from chicken from about 15 to 20. The wind buildings will go a long way

dtutrHanh Mrs. Riddell was shot one E. S. Laws, division engineerwith Loudon said that efforts are several months late in being processors to produce a high direction controls the odor. toward completion of that
time with a .22 caliber rifle the Seaboard Coast Line also being made to interest the supplied."We protein by-product for use in When it's not blowing you complex, the last to be

a..r,.... .,..... u. and listed as dead on arrivalat Railroad, that the matter of County Commission and the are not here to make a pet foods. can't smell iL" said James completed since the new
T.$20,000 y the Bradford County the emergency crossing at the City Council -sharing the decision tonight. We have held The plant has been Broome. whose residence is school. ,building program was
...... o.-a __c- Hospital Alligator Creek trestle "is cost of this project. this meeting for the purpose of operating under a series of (See Page S) (See Page 5)JULIAN

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I Brenda Wolfe, Thomas Francis Brown-Hall Woman's Club Confederate

Memorial
Day
Wed In HamptonBrenda Wedding PlanThe May Breakfast

., Set For Apr. 28
Joyce Wolfe, taffeta, with-A-line skirt and wedding of Miss Seleeta Saturday, May 4
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. oriental style bodice.She worea r Hall, daughter of Mr. and
Gene O'Steen of Starke, and white lace spring hat with r Mrs. Jack Hall, and Terry All members of the Confederate Memorial Day:\
Thomas L. Francis of whitestreamers and carried a v Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Woman's Club of Starke and ti will be observed Sunday, April
Hampton, son of Mr. and Mrs. cascade of white daisies.A Millard C. Brown, will take their guests are invited to 28, at 4 p.m. at the Crosby
Bob Francis of Miami, were reception was held in the place Saturday, April 27, at 7 e. attend the annual May Break klb Lake Cemetery at a service
united in marriage on April 13 home of the newly married p.m. in St. Mark's Episcopal fast Saturday, May 4, at 12 sponsored by W. T. Week'sChapter
at 2 p.m. in a garden weddingat couple in Hampton. The Church. A reception will noon. UDC.
the home of the couple in bride's table was centered follow at the Brown home on Tickets at $2 each may be Dr. William Green will be
Hampton. Pastor Bob Wigginsof with a two-tiered wedding Geiger Road. obtained by calling Mrs. V. J, the speaker, and W. B.
Perry performed the cake topped with a hand- No invitations are being Spengler at 964-6046. All past McKinney will provide violin
nuptials. painted ceramic replica of the issued, but all relatives and / presidents will be honored nusic
Mrs. NormaJo invited to attend. guests. The public is invited to
Spring flowers in shades of bride and groom. friends are
yellow, blue, and white lined Carmichael, an aunt, cut Mrs. L. H. Mathis of Lake attend.
the fence and platform, where the cake and was assisted by Luncheon Given City who is the new district
the wedding party stood. Wanda Jordan. Beverly Meng four director, will install the UDC Will MeetWednesday

Jim Whitman of Miami kept the bride's book. LTIT1T1 For Mrs. White new officers.
served as best man. Following a wedding trip to May 1
Miss Vicki Howe attendedas Disney World the couple is Winkler HomeMrs. ShowerGiven
At W. T. Weeks Chapter, UDC.
in .
maid of honor, wearing a residing Hampton.The
light blue taffeta full length A- bride and groom both Gehringer.Brannon For Miss HazenMiss Griffis.NapierToWedMay4 will meet Wednesday, May 1,
Reid-Clark Robert W. White 3:30 at the home of
line gown with oriental bodice. attended Carol City High a at : p.m.
She wore a blue lace springhat School in Miami. Mr. Francisis Told recent bride, was honored at a Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Kitty Hazen, May 3 Mrs. Johnny Barrett with
and Southern Bell Engagement luncheon Saturday at 12:30: of Durand Mich. Mrs James Stroud as co-
with blue streamers, employed by Gehringer, bride-elect, was honored at a
of Telephone Co. in Gainesville. p.m. given at the Warren the of Napier, hostess.
carried a nosegay yellow announce engagement bridal shower Tuesday nightof Miss Sherri Lynn
and white pompom daisies. Mrs. Dorothy Reid of Winkler home, 455 Pratt their daughter Betty, to John last week given by Mrs. Lee granddaughter of Mr.! and
Martha Francis attended as Elks Social Brooker announces the engagement Street. Hostesses were Mrs.F. K. Brannon, son of Helen Akridge of Lake Butler, Mrs. Mrs. B. L. Wilkison. Sr. of OES Supper
and approaching W. Strickland, Mrs. J. E. Brannon, of Jacksonville and Carl E. (Pee
flower girl and wore a yellow Debl Dukes of Worthington Lawtey, and
taffeta empire gown, with a Set For Apr. 27 marriage of her daughter, Denmark Mrs. X. M. Smith, the late Hunter W. Brannon. Springs, and Mrs. Charles Wee) Griffis, Jr., son of !Mr. Set April 27
halo of daisies in her hair. Connie Ann, to Lloyd Stephen Mrs. P. T Nolin, Mrs. A. J. The wedding will take placein Darby at the home of the and Mrs Carl E. Griffis of
Danny Wolfe was ring The Elk's Club will have a Clark, of Brooker, son of Mrs Eaves, and Mrs. Winkler. Durand, Mich. on June 29 at latter. Lawtey will be united in Eastern Star Chapter 224
bearer. social on Saturday,Ap-ril27, at Joyce Quinn of Jacksonvilleand Corsages were presented to 3 p.m. at the home of the Arrangements of sweet- marriage on May 4 at 4 p.m. at will have a covered dish
Given in marriage by her 8:30: p.m. in the Elk s Lodge. Fred Clark of Brooker. the honoree, her mother, Mrs.H. bride's parents. peas, day lilies and pansieswere the home of the prospectivegroom. supper Saturday April 27, at 7
stepfather, Gene O'Steen, the Members are asked to bring The wedding will take place L. Chapman of Wauchula, used in the party rooms. p.m. in the Masonic Hall. All
bride wore a white Alencon snacks, and may invite May 18 at the New River and Mrs. Olin White. WilliamsonScottTo Games were played during The ceremony will be a Masons and their families are
galloon lace gown over white guests. Baptist Church. Attractive arrangements of the party hours and prizes double wedding along with invited to attend.
The prospective bride and spring flowers were used at Wed were awarded. Robert Eugene Norman and
groom are both graduates of points of interest. The 24 whose
Eighteen guests attended, Debra Leatha Griffis, Band ConcertIs
NOTICETO Bradford High School. guests were seated at six Grady Williamson and including Mrs. Jack Hazen, engagement was announced
tables which covered
were Frances Scott will be united in mother of the honoree, Mrs. earlier. RescheduledThe
with white linen cloths and
Public InvitedTo on April 27 at 8 W. B. Thompson, mother of ,
marriage p.m. ----------
OUR CUSTOMERS centered with miniature
: at Grace Baptist Church.All the prospective groom, Mrs. Bradford High School
Open House spring floral arrangements.The friends and relatives are Leo Champion, and Mrs. Lola Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Warren band concert has been postponed
hostesses the
presented .
visited Mr. and Mrs.\ Jeffrey
invited to attend. Nelson, grandmother and
Effective will be Sat. honoree with a picnic basketas until May! 3 at 8 p.m. in
May 1,1974 we no longer open on aunt of the prospective groom. Warren in Tampa Sunday.Mr.
Head StartOn i--HOBBBM-MeBO BBBaifjBM KIM I HIJ> the BUS Auditorium.
of the occasion.
urdays. We will be open all day Wednesdays and until By a memento The hostesses presented the
6:30 Mrs. !Myrtle Anderson and ---------.-.
on Fridays.We -- and !Mrs. Peter
------- honoree with a unique corsage !
Sunday. May 5, the Several members of Beta sister !Mrs Olive Schwa, made with a silver spoon of Wilkinson spent Thursday to !Mr. and !Mrs. B. G
sincerely hope this will not cause you any Incon. Bradford Head Start and Sigma Phi enjoyed dinner at and grandson, Eddie her chosen silver pattern Monday of last week with Ferguson and daughters, and
venience. Should you encounter any difficulty in our Neighborhood Service Center the Sweden House in of Gainesville spent the decorated with florets, also a their son and family. Mr\ and Mrs E L. Matthews attendedthe
servicing your needs, please contact our manager per. will have Open House from 2 Gainesville Saturday night, weekend with Mr and Mrs.\ vegetable bowl to her chosen Mrs B G Patray in Arts Show at Cedar Key
sonally. to 4 p.m. with a look at the floor show at Island.Edward Schwab at Merrill china pattern. Stateiboro. Ga. Sunday

All parents, churches City the Hilton and dancing at
Thank you. fathers and the general publicare Holiday Inn. Attending were
invited to observe the Harriet Johns and her guest.
program the children have Ralph Bryant, Mr. and Mrs.C. TRUCKLOAD APPLIANCE rtAOIMTCOrtAeCafofoa
ManagementSouthem been working on during the W. Slade, Mr. and Mrs.
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I New Officers Are Installed By Bradford Hospital AuxiliaryMrs. Recreation Dept Family Cookout BPW Members Hear ReportThe II

Charles installed Plans 1-Day Drive Held At Home Starke BPW Club met will be held in Chicago,July 21
Darby 22 at the Chamber of
April The International
to Aug. 3.
the
1974
-75 officers of
the Bradford 11i Members of the Starke Mark Commerce office. Dolph meeting will be in Buenos
County Hospital Of Moodys
i
I Recreation Reddish and Don Denton Aires on August 8 with a 16-
Auxiliary Department'sbaseball
Monday night at
presented a film on and
rape day South American trip.
their and Softball teams
April meeting in the
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Moody gave vital information on how
Methodist Fellowship Hall. l lM will take orders for Sherry'sShampoo had a family cookout Saturday to prevent as well as how to Three members, Desta
Taking office in an impressive und Drix Concentrated at their home on Highway avoid being a victim and Dyal,Evelyn Haney and Della
candlelight Multi-purpose Cleaner 100 West for their daughter pointing out that t to report a Rosenberg, attended the
ceremony were: Mrs. M. A. I Saturday. April 27 Connie, on her seventh birthday crime is the best prevention. district meeting held at the
Baldwin, president; Mrs. Money is needed to help and for Mr. and Mrs. During the business Thunderbird Motel in Jack
Louise Kite, president-elect; offset expenses of the LaRue Williams of Ormond meeting it was reported that sonville on Sunday, April 21.
Mrs. John Smith, first vice- recreation department, and their seventh District installed
Beach on the State convention will be officers were
president; Miss Lillian plans are to let the children wedding anniversary.The held June 20-23 at St. Peters- with Della Rosenberglisted
Stump,second vice-president; raise as much of this money as
burg. The national convention as an alternate.
Mrs. L. A. Canova, recording possible through this one-day, Raggedy Ann theme _.. .
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r door door sale. ------------------- -
secretary; Mrs. Dave was carried out in the party ,
Shuford, corresponding Both the shampoo and decorations.
secretary; and Mrs. Ar- cleaner are top quality, and Fifteen members of the HAVE YOU
thurine Blanchard, treasurer. since these are products usedin family attended the affair.
During the business .;C every home the recreation Jim Williams of Ormond
meeting it was decided that department, and the Beach remained with his
the Auxiliary would purchasethree recreation auxiliary ask the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. EVERWANTED
suction machines and I support of the community.Mrs. H. A. Colson for the week.

several electric beds for the r:' -__._ L __.----------,
hospital for the upcoming ,;]
year's project. Members were ''fl1 William Breland and Mr. and Mrs. Pat Thorntonand
reminded to pay their dues as daughter, Gaedin, of Glen- Mr. and Mrs. Tom
soon as possible to Mrs. Mrs.John Smith, Mrs.M. A. Baldwin, Mrs. Dave Shuford dale, Calif., Miss Marilyn Crawford attended the
George W. Brown. Mrs. Louise Kite, Mrs. L,A. Canova and Miss Lillian Stump Bollinger of Asheville, N. C. Morocco Temple Shrine
Mrs. M. F. Hazen, awards ((1-r) were installed as officers of the Bradford County and Mr.and Mrs. Jan Douglasof Spring Ceremonial in TOFLYYou
chairman, announced that in Hospital Auxiliary. Tallahassee will spend the Tallahassee over the
the past year 43 members weekend with their parents, weekend. Mr. Crawford rodein
have put in 3,082 accumulatedhours Shower Given For Seleeta Hall BrideelectMiss Dr. and Mrs. H. G. Bollinger. the Shrine parade with the I
of volunteer work at the motorcycle escort unit of ,

hospital. Recognition was Seleeta Hall was Out-of-town guests were Cason and Mrs.Bessie Sapp of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy Jacksonville. I Can Become A Pilot
given to Mrs. Garl Mathewswho honored at a bridal shower Mrs. Joyce Norman, aunt of Raiford,and Mrs. Janice Hall spent the weekend with their
has accumulated 3,000 last Friday evening, April 19, the bride-to-be, Mrs. Alice of Theressa. daughter, Jayne, in Atlanta,
hours; Mrs.George Anderson, given by Mrs. Fain Bateman, Ga. They were joined by their Local admittances to
2,500 hours; Mrs. W. A. Stern, Mrs. T. L. Casey, Mrs. Oscar 38th daughter, June, of Valdosta Bradford County Hospital this Call 473Z141Complete
1,000 hours; and Miss Lillian Crosby, Mrs Bill Edwards, Anniversary For State College, and soninlawand week include: Price Fisher,
Stump, 1,000 hours since the and Mrs. Ted Oglesby at the daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Elizabeth Tennant, Mrs.
Auxiliary was organized. Pins home of the latter. Mr. and Mrs. Roy ClemonsMr. Gene Ivey of Portland, Ore. Helen Myers, Michael Clayton
and bars were given to all Guests were greeted at the Gilhooly, Mrs. Dorothy
members earning more than door by Mrs. Oglesby and and Mrs. Roy Clemons Those attending were Mr. Mrs. John B. Sapp, RN at Griffis George Mahalko Mrs. Pilot TrainingIs
100 hours during the past year. presented to the receiving line celebrated their 38th wedding and Mrs.B. J. Mills and son of Alachua General Hospital, Julia Thomas, Dewey Stokes
During the social hour composed of the honoree, Mrs. anniversary Saturday night at Brunswick,Ga., Mr. and Mrs. was speaker at the supper and and Robert Earl Locke, all of
refreshments were served by Jack Hall, and Mrs. Millard a family surprise party given Gene Norman of Camp class session of the June '74 Starke; Mrs. Virginia Herndon Available At
Mrs. Olin White and Mrs. Brown. by their children at their homeon Blanding Mr. and Mrs. Bud nursing class of Santa Fe Lawtey; Mrs. Eileen
Robbie Shaller. Arrangements of pastel Crawford Road. A ham. Clemons, Jimmy' Clemons, Junior College recently in- Stanley and Mrs. Esther
sweetpeas were used in burger fry was enjoyed by the Mr. and Mrs. Denton DeVoe, stead of at the University of Williams, Keystone Heights;
BrownHallWeddi"9 decorating. The refreshmenttable family.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Nugent Florida as stated in last Joshua Baxter, Brooker;
was centered with a ------- and Mrs. Mamie' Parrish, of week's paper.Mrs.Sapp is the Monteen Brewer, Melrose; The
miniature bridal umbrella Starke. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Mrs. Mary Lee Birt and Tom
PartyEntertained decorated with white carna and Mrs. Sam Bennett J. Dodd, Jr. of Starke. Hardy Hampton.Mr. .
tions. Mrs.Crosby presided at and son, Mathews, of Orlando, DUPLICATE BRIDGE
the punch bowl which was were Saturday visitors of Mrs.J. CLUB RESULTSMrs. Mrs. J. R. Kite was in and !Mrs. Bob White of
encircled with pink roses. E. Wilson.Mr. .Paul Johnson and Mrs. Pelham, Ga. Thursday to Gainesville were Saturday
Miss Seleeta Hall and Terry Misses Tina and Gina Ralph Fountain were the Monday visiting Mr. and Mrs. visitors of his parents, Mr. Sopwith I 1
Brown, whose marriage will Brown were in charge of the and Mrs. P. A. Parrishof winning couple at Duplicate Ralph Collins. She was accompanied and !Mrs. Olin White.
be an event of April 27, were gift table. Atlanta,Ga.spent last week Bridge Tuesday night where by Mrs. Bertha
honored dinner with her parents, Mr. and there were six tables in play. Pearce who visited Mrs. Clara
at a party Mrs. Hall, Mrs. Brown, and
Sunday night at the home of the honoree were presentedwith Mrs. Merritt Williams. Mrs. Eva Mathewson and Swails at Camilla Ga. (See Page)
the prospective groom's rosebud corsages. Miss Joining the family on Mrs. Lucille Davey were Camel
second and Mrs. Edward Mrs. John Griffin and Miss
parents, Mr. and Mrs. MillardC. Hall was also given a platter Saturday were Mr. and Mrs.L. THE BRADFORD
Brown, on Geiger Road from her selected china A. Taylor and daughters of Burns and T. A. Sundem were Lillian Stump took their great- COUNTY TELEGRAPII
third. nephews Bill and Brad
following the couple's wedding her hostesses. Jacksonville.
pattern by Published every Thursday
Hamilton, to Monticello
rehearsal.The Sunday where the children at 138 W.Call Street Keystone IIgts. Airport

19 guests were seated at 6 B & E's Reported In CitySix remained with their grand Starke,Florida 32091
three tables which were parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
centered with arrangementsof breaking and enterings Offices of Drs. H. H. Adams night, just across the street Thomson, for a week. Second Class postage paidat (Airplanes Get Better Gas
Starke FloridaSubscription
pink carnations and white took place in the City of and Kiert Sundusadee, locatedin from the doctor's offices, they i I
pompoms. Starke, according to the the same building at 132 gained entry to Russ' Bar, at Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Early ,
Starke Police Department this East Madison Street, were 202 East Madison Street, by visited friends in Astatula and In Rats: Mileage Than Most Cars And
trade
Guests included the honored Sarasota last week. area: $6.00 per
past week, with local doctor broken into on the same night. removing a panel from the
couple, their parents, offices being the thieves Thieves accomplished their front door of the establish- year: $3.5051" months
members of the wedding favorite target. entry through a floor vent on ment. $25.30 was removed !Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansbywere Outside trade Don't Have A Speed Limit) I
party and friends. The office of Dr. Pete G. the south side of the building. from a cigarette machine and in Perry Sunday visiting area: S7.00 I
Miss Hall and Mrs. Brown Felos,located at 468 West Call Thieves got away with the an unknown amount in charity Mr and Mrs. J. B. Dansby. per year:$t 0o six months Ih.e :2TP -
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presented each of their attendants Street, was broken into on known amount of $25 in cash funds was taken from a
with a gift as a April 18,and missing from the and three flashlights valued at counter display.
memento of the occasion. premises is the sum of $125 in $8.50. MONDAY NIGHT
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I Melinda Chapman, Robert W. White

R I Exchange Vows In Wauchula ChurchMiss
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& > Melinda Claire heirloom Bible, the same one Lisa Williams, both of Gaines
Chapman and Robert Wesley carried by her mother on her ville. The bride's table was
day. The Bible was covered with an exquisite ;
1 White were united in wedding '
IN w + marriage on April 6 at 4 p.m. topped with white phalaenop- attendants'hand embroidered cloth. The
Ytfr in the First United Methodist sis orchids.A bouq'uetssurrounded
Church Wauchula with Dr. reception was held In the the cake, with the
,
Robert Fannin. of the fellowship Hall.they bride's Bible-bouquet in the
ttD Methodist Church, guests entered the door foreground. Complementing
I centersLQJu.Ll7U.aGJ 1-- t 3 1 University Gainesville, performing the walked past potted palms and this arrangement was a
and
nuptials. baskets of gladiolas musical procelain figurine of
_t The bride is the daughter of daisies and were presented to a dancing bride and groom.
Mrs.
f Dr. and Mrs. Herbert L the receiving line by The refreshment
tables
Chapman, Jr. of Wauchula, Mary Garrett. Miss Susan were flanked in the .
J G. r.J; 'l"fI'II." and the groom is the son of McTeer of Winter Haven In- background
by standing baskets
(!
: : II QOW : Mr.and Mrs. Olin W. White of vited guests to sign the bride'sbook white wedding flowers. Under of
BANKAMERICARO l placed on a table
Starke. the center archway of the
U.S. Hwy 301 Starke, Florida "1'JII'J"IItI: The followed double-ring by communion ceremonywas covered accented with by white a crystal linen can-and rainbow colored rice bags hall
filled silver
a large tray
Open Daily 9 to 9 PM, Sunday 12 to 6 SALE GOOD served to the bride and groom. delabra which surrounded held a single by rested on an embroidered which
Highlighting the altar were pink taper,
THUR. THRU UNBLACK'N arched candelabra behind the roses, daisies and carnationsin linen cloth. Standing spiral

SALE STARTS TODAY APR. 25-28 II communion table, spiral pastel hues. candelabras arrangement. accented this
4f'r .7: candelabras and two seven- The punch table was over During the
; branch candelabras. Two laid with an heirloom cutwork Carmen Ezelle reception, Miss

baskets of white gladioli, Fuji cloth, and featured a crystal provided.background pianist:
I and and teardrop candelabra con- music.
DECKER mums pompoms,
Following a wedding trip to
mixed spring flowers
mixed greenery also gracedthe taining
the Bahamas the
in the bride's chosen rainbow couple will
; altar.
reside in Gainesville.The .
J.5 Providing a program of colors, topped with a tall pink
bride
{ nuptial music were Mrs. taper Mrs. Edgar Moseley of graduated with
honors from the
?-pircular Harold McLendon, organist; Orlando and Mrs. Charles University of
# Florida and is employed
Robert Jackson soloist; and Stevens, former classmates of as a
the bride, poured punch froma computer programmer by the
Miss Pam Schoneman, of Florida.
I silver bowl.Progressing. University
II<" Saw s' guitarist.Mr.. White attended his son to the bride's The groom graduated from
the University of Florida
+
served and
best Ushers table, guests were
as man. were
{1' s ', t4s't Michael White, brother of the slices of the beautiful three- is employed as an architect by
///# Craig Salley and Associates
\\oj No. 7301 groom, David Silcox, Dale tiered wedding cake by Mrs. Gainesville. of
: lHP $1999 Crosby, and Alan Burnhardt.Mrs. Joe L. Davis, Jr. and Miss

Y;; t: Charles Searcy, sister MlMWi-* >M| B'l -**>M"'MMM><*"
\ 7"CutColeman of the bride, served as matronof and
honor. She wore a yellow Mrs. Tommy Johns
floral chiffon gown of Vic- children of Macclenny spent
-- p- PolyLiteCOOLER torian design with lace accents the weekend with Mr. and
and carried a nosegayof Mrs. J. W. Ritch.
yellow carnations. Yellow
Andrews, son of Mr.
carnations were worn in her Jimmy
Miss Deborah Ann Dey Marries hair and Mrs. James L. Andrews, r
Miss Margaret Chapman, has been appointed by the
sister of the bride, was maid president of Furman
''Polyethylene leakproof Tex Patrick In KH CeremonyMiss of honor. Bridesmaids were University as Student Advisorto FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
1 'interior. 30 Of. Size. Miss Laurie Long, Miss Diane the Greenville, South Starke .
Deborah Ann Dey, side of the cake were silver Murphy, and Mrs. Lawrence Carolina Bicentennial for Service
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. candelabras with burning Dixon. They wore floral celebration committee. An- Opportunities
Joseph W. Dey of Keystone tapers.The table was covered chiffon gowns, identical to the drews is also presently serving Sunday Sunday School,
$ C99 Heights, and Marvin Tex with a white dotted Swiss matron of honor's, except that as student advisor to the 9:45: ; Morning Worship at 11-
Patrick, son of Mr. and Mrs. cloth. Cutting the cake were they were in rainbow colors of Furman Bicentennial o'clock, Church sermon Council: "TheStreaker"
//bl William M. Patrick of Lawtey Mrs. Leo Haley, Jr. of Brigan- lavendar, blue, pink and celebration as well. 5
were united in marriage on tine Island, N. J., and Mrs. green, respectively, and all p.m.; Church Training, 6:15: ;
April 13 at 7:30: p.m. in the Donald S. Robinson, Jr., of wore matching !flowers in Evening Worship at 7:30: ,
Keystone Heights Community Aston, Pa., aunts of the bride. their hair and carried mat- Gary Hamilton of Atlanta, sermon: "The Seventh" Word
Church. The punch table was cen- Ga. was home for the From the Cross.

1 2' SEMl-V ALUMINUM BOAT Rev. Leroy Lewis per- tered with an arrangement of ching Little nosegays.Charles Bradley weekend.Mrs. Monday Girls Ensemble,
6:35 Youth "A" Choir, 6:55:
formed the nuptials. white stock, baby's breath, Searcy of Gainesville, nephewof : ; ;
Centering the altar was a white and yellow daisies. On the bride, was ring bearer. W. H. Hart spent Youth "B" Choir, 8:05.:
fifteen-branch arch of light each side were punch bowls Given in marriage by her Friday to Tuesday with her Tuesday Special Prayer
candelabra with burning filled with champagne. The father, the bride wore a for- son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Service at 7 a.m. and 8 a.m
qrs. M1 tapers and decorated with hors d'oeuvres table was mal gown of white silk and Mrs. Ronald Crawford, in for National Day of Prayer
commodore fern. On each side centered with an arrangementof organza and Venise lace. The Ocala. and Fasting; Junior Choir
4l i'SMb 7 of the organ were two nine- white English stock, baby's empire bodice with high Practice, 3:30: p.m.
S'
dX'1AYMF
) branch tree candelabras with breath, white and yellow neckline was defined with Mrs. Ella Moody visited her Wednesday Acteens, 5
burning tapers decorated with daisies, and burning tapers. lace. The long full bishop daughter and family, Mr. and o'clock; Family Night Sup
commodore fern, and on the Trays held a variety of sleeves were deeply cuffed Mrs. C. H. Fink, in Green per, o'clock; Hour ot Power
far side of the altar were two delicacies. with lace and the slightly Cove Springs over the and R. A., 6:30: ; Teachers and

For the fisherman who likes seven branch adjustable Following a wedding trip to gathered skirt formed its own weekend. Officers Meeting, 7'15: ;
candelabra with burning South Florida the couple is train. A full length mantilla of Church Choir Practice, 8
V to car top his boat but pre- tapers decorated with ,com- residing at 412 N. Cherry silk illusion was bordered with M. M. McRae and son, o'clock
fers a semi-V. Bow and modore fern also. In front of Street, Starke. Venise lace. Her only or- Murray, of Mayport, and Thursday Visitation, 9:30:
stern castings Equipted With both podiums on the altar The bride has a geography nament was an heirloom Eddie Stancil visited Mr. and a.m; Mission Friends, Music
r Styrofoam Floatation were two french style minor from Florida State diamond bracelet,a gift of her Mrs. Abdul Alivandi and son Makers, 3:15: ; World Friends,
bouquets of white English University and is now em- great grandfather to her great in Tampa over the weekend. and Pre-School Music, 4:05:
12 Ft. Length stock white and yellow ployed with the Bradford grandmother on her wedding p.m.; Visitation, 7 O'clock.
11 daisies, baby's breath, and County School system, day. She carried a white BEN P. BRYANT, Pastor.

yellow carnations.In teaching in Hampton.The ____..__ _
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$ 95 the vestibule of the groom is an insurance I r _J

149 church were two centerpiece representative of Coler and

.,. s arrangements of white Associates of Jacksonville.
English stock, yellow and :
white daisies, and baby's Spring
breath. K-l RegistrationSet
.c Mrs. John Nail, organist,
presented a program of May 1.3 At _

ALUMINUM BOATQuality nuptial Michael music.Patrick attendedhis Elementary Schools

brother as best man.

Ushers were Mickey Moore, Students entering Bradford IED@
Michael Norman, Reggie County Public Schools for the
Norman, and Willie Dey, first time at the kindergartenor
brother of the bride.
first-grade level
Mrs. Lorraine Schaeffer of register May 1 to 3, in may the.
Tallahassee attended her
appropriate elementaryschool
sister matron of honor. She
as
according to Mrs.
wore a floor length gown of Lucille
Payne, elementary
r yellow and white plaid double supervisor.All Sale

knit jersey featuring an elementary school of-

Construction For Peace Of Mind '' empire waist, A-line skirt, fices will be open from 8:30: -
,_. square neckline and white
4:00: on Wednesday, May 1,
12' length with 45" beam, 13" transom height, foam collar. She carried a white and from 8:30 6:00: on '

flotation and 3 seats. Made of wicker fireside basket of Thursday, May 2. Schools in 24X60
rustproof yellow breath daisies and baby's Brooker, Lawtey and Starke It h Double Wide
accented with
a yellow will also be open for
95 dotted Swiss bow and registration on Friday, May 3,
a'u'$6 streamers. from 8:30: 4:00.: Fully
9 Mrs. Daniel Stinson of To enter kindergarten, a Carpeted
Miss
Keystone Heights child must be 5 years old on or
Vorease Patrick of Lawtey, before January I, 1975 and, to <
Miss Sandra Moore of Naplesand enter first grade, a child must 19 Side
Refrigerator By
Miss Karen Hardman of
be 6 years old on or before FT.
Tallahassee, bridal attendants
January 1, 1975. Side
msco were gowned as the Parents and guardians are
COMBO honor attendant. They also reminded that Florida
carried wicker baskets of Statutes require that pupils Dishwasher
yellow daisies and baby'sbreath. entering school for the first

time in kindergarten or first
Given in marriage by her grade must nave a birth
father, the bride wore a white certificate orother acceptable Garbage Disposal
silk organza gown with em- bonafide proof of
$399A pire waist outlined with satin birth, physician's statementthat
sash, high neck, full skirt andbishop's the child has no com-
sleeves. Appliques of municable diseases, and Deluxe Type Furniture
; ;
great combinationfor Alencon lace adorned the verification of immunization
young and old. bodice, skirt, and sleeves. The against certain com
Zebco quality famous ,, skirt had a double flounce of municablechildhood diseases. .
>>
I' : two rows of ruffles and a short
202 closed face reel "'J
Qt. complete with 48" J". \ train. The waist-length veil Students Train
t W. Will Bi was of silk illusion and was 11,800
tit rod perfect for crappie Happy To *,' held In place by a Juliet cap On The Job
fishing.
4 made of white satin decorated
Rotund' Your Monoy
If You Aio Not I with illusion lace and seed This week (April 29-May 3)) w-f-'I'-+fII+--i,.. }._10" I _r---t
V pearls.She carried a Venetian rll h N0ll .
VOE Students from the Vo-
Sttiilnd WithYour ..
cascade bouquet of white Tech Center have been placedat -:" "-

FLASH Pmchooo l miniature carnations, white local business establish- r ;I; Doc !. ,.... :, o.IOG
<< _
1! bridal lace and English ivy, ments for on-the-job observation =, ::\5" ".. writ' '.. """" NlrNNY _" ..wi
centered with !
two yellow
as part of their
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LIGHT cymbidium orchids Work-a-Week Program. t (1
r detachable for a going LO'I/ '
away The following employers _,. MJSIIn CLO""
corsage. will! participate: City Clerk: ; d: OfomjOM' lOVING MOM
0 A reception was held in the Courthouse (County Clerk, WITH CA on it mi

I ; Keystone Heights Lion's Club. County Judge Sheriff's Office I* lID R Rn ;..
Mrs Edward Johnson greeted Supervisor of Elections), \
$133 guests and presented them to Denmark Furniture, Health (MI, NINOUM"" (All N'NOON' "+lr,, NIMOIIII, "" 111(1 1 lln, !.
6 Volt with super bum to 1000 the receiving line. Patricia Department, Register Oil Co., Ir I 10' I ,i' I II,. .
.M nw 'Ittt. Complete with 4 hurt Reighand, cousin of the bride, Jacksoni Building Supply HE IS READY TO SAVE YOU MONEY
duty batt.rit. kept the bride's book. Florida State Surplus
On either side of the stage Property Division, and
were two large arrangementsof Bradford Vo-Tech.
M white English stock, baby's MOBILE '
What breath, yellow and white L ... OLIN'S
-'A daisies, and yellow car-
L A nations. "1f you think time heals HOME

The bride's table was everything, try sitting it out
Buy centered with a three-tiered In a doctor's office."-Robert

wedding cake decorated with Schnedier.. Times Birdsboro Hwy 100 Starke 9645606I"agt'
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Tom Casey back in 1966 and plex 2,400 sq. ft.; arts and capacity of 25 per room or 75 relatively pure classroom
has totaled some $3.5 million. crafts complex -12,000 sq. ft.; total. space, should cost about $22 "The traffic would be one Baker Math TournamentTimmy
New school buildings went up homemaking suite (two During the course of the per square foot. way going north on Court, and
in Lawtey, Brooker, Hamp teachers) 3,000 sq. ft. ; construction priority The new BHS additions totalsome one-way going south on Brooker Elementary will
ton, both elementary schoolsin foreign language-1,000 sq. ft.; discussion, architect Don 24,700 square feet. Thompson for the two block send David Fussell, grade 6,
Starke!,a new middle school D. C. T. (two rooms) ; 1,800 Morgan said half-jokingly, Price projections on the area between Madison and and Elaine Mott and Deborah
was built, two phases of the sq. ft.; business education that the high school "B" BHS construction were placedat Jefferson. We have calculatedthat Green, grade 5. David Sparks
new high school were built and suite (four teachers in two building could be moved to the $23.75 per square foot, since by doing this sufficient grade 5, will serve as alter-
the bid let on the Phase 3 of the labs and two classrooms) middle school for $7,000. that it is a smaller, 8,500 parking would be made nate,
high school now nearing 3,700 sq. ft.; exceptional "B" building is scheduledfor square feet and thereforemore available" for about 45 more Timmy Jones, grade 6; Scot
completion. education (two teachers) destruction to make way costly per square foot.It cars. Wilson said. Clark, grade 6, and Kelly
Under Supt. Temple this 1,800 sq. ft.; agricultural for new classrooms, and is expected to cost $54,000 "Just a short time ago we Slade, grade 5, were selectedto
year a new bus barn and complex (two classrooms, one several ears pricked up at the each for two new three- went back to two-way trafficon represent Hampton
storage center costing $160,000 shop) 4,770 sq. ft.; driver prospect of moving the classroom additions at SS and Court Street from Call to Elementary.
has been started at the middle education unit (two teachers) structure. SE. Heating and air conditioning Jefferson," said Com Lawtey Elementary has the
school site, plus the hid was -1,800 sq. ft.; humanities suite Morgan withdrew his existing classrooms is missioner Orie Wiggins. "Now youngest contestants going to
accepted on Phase 3 of the 1,000 sq. ft.; and restroomsand estimate but said he would estimated to cost around you want us to change it the Baker tournament. Terri
new high school at some storage 1,800 sq. ft. check into the cost of movingthe $160,000. That work was bid back." Massey grade 4; Tammy
$350,000. BMS-Team teaching area building."If two years ago at $127,000 a No action was taken at the f l F 'L f 4 t Den ton, grade 4, and Breyce
(four teachers) 3,200 sq. ft.; it can be done for $7,000, price that at that time the meeting to change the Brantley, grade 5, were
The new package deal, if art 1,100 sq. ft.; home we'll sure move it down school board rejected. parking but the commissioners selected to represent LE.
approved by the state economics 1,200 sq. ft.; there," Temple said. referred the Teresa Harley, grade 4, is the
department and if bids comein agricul ture-850 sq.ft.; typing950sq.ftmusic900sq.ft. Architect Walwrath pointedout request to the Safety Com- alternate.
at the right price, will in- .; to the board, in giving Berries. mittee for further study and
clude the following additional and restrooms 300 sq. ft. square foot cost estimations if its recommendation on the
space on the 4-0 voting of Starke Elementary three each project was let (From Page 1)) matter.In .
Board Members Rodney Hall kindergarten rooms 900 sq. separately: another matter the
Seeber Goodman, Blaine ft. each for a total of 2,700. That Phase 1 of BHS cost commissioners approved a
foot when and fruit. "Maybe they all Maintenance Agreement on
Southside Elementary $19.70 per square
Thompson, and Art "
Holliday: three kindergarten rooms-900 bid in 1970. went to bush, he declares. the traffic signals at the SR-16 Cissy, Kevin Miller, and Richard Smith
.. -That Phase 2 of BIIS cost "My younger plants are now and US-301 intersection. The
.a.CIIlcaCUI----: -- ------------- ------- $16.33 per square foot when white with bloom, but it just agreement was executed at Winners of mathematics participation and one student
bid in 1972, less than Phase 1 sits there and doesn't make the request of the Departmentof tournaments among gifted from each school will be
Alan Baxter because it was pure classroom the fruit that it should. Berries Transporation. students in five Bradford awarded a slide rule.
space with less plumbing.That grow at night and maybe the schools will compete today John Kevin Miller, Timmy
Phase 3 of BIIS when nights have been too cool this and Friday, April 25-26, in the Gissy, and Richard Smith Ask '' ,
Painting Contractor let in 1973 cost $25.73 per month I just don't know," Sheriff Sets. third annual Baker County have been selected on the
foot, but contains a says Norman, plainly at a loss Math Tournament in Mac- basis of academic excellencein Charley
.. Commercial square science lab and gang toilets for an explanation. "If volume <( the first of team in the represent Bradford Middle
doesn't multi-
which sent costs pick up. by winning
up. that of a photograph on the
-That Phase 4 of BHS is next week,we just won't makeit department bulletin enabled a county tournament will School in the tournament. Jots
964-5236 he receive for its school. Southside Elementary will
expected to cost around $29 predicts. quick preliminary iden a trophy
foot because of the Griffis said he was picking Each student going to the be represented by Luana
per square tification. Sheriff Reddish
shop, laboratory, and about 50 flats to the acre at tournament has been selected Mundorff, Sherra Mott and
Serving The Starke and Keystone withheld announcement of thegirl's
Jonathan Johnson all 5th
vocational units which cost present,and should be picking identity until it was from a school's gifted ,
Heights Area. program. Each student will graders. Gina Rasnick is an About This Question:
TFOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOG more in plumbing and electrical 150.All positively established by Dr.
alternate.
that receive certificate for
growers predicted a
Klein to protect the family. "Hunting can be expensive
this
might
year's poor crop
"We never investigated another
I further discourage growersand missing person"Sheriff Odor (from Page 1)) .............................. loss of guns. from damageor
cut next theft cost of personal
year's acreage
even lower than the presentall Reddish said Tuesday, In. located about 300 yards from I have smelled the paper mill injuries liability for injuryto
dicating how certain he was "
from as far as Palatka,
ELECTRIC time low of less than 100 away
WELLS that the body found was that of the plant. said Ernest J. Greene of others. I hear you have
acres. the Bauer girl. "I II have to admit that the that all
Griffis the 40-( insurance covers
But Lloyd odors are somewhat less. The Hampton.
year veteran intends to stay wind direction controls the Ronald H. Salter, presidentof these risks guns, personal
in there fighting. Says he, "I odor" said Johnny Allen, the company, said, "We injury, and liability. Can it
SERVICEElectrical guess I'll plant another crop another near-by resident."I were expecting delivery of the be bought for a hunting
next year- the Lord willing.MllPerm.its. My Neighbors"Stall new equipment in February, trip of 3 to 30 days?'
of material
live about two miles from but because a
the plant and the odor is shortage it was delayed until
Contractors hardly ever noticed since the April. We have been advisedby Charley E.
60 HP scrubber has been in the manufacturers that the
\ q use.They have a 200 HP motor problem now is one of JOHNS AGENCY
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TELEGRAPH April 25.1974:



Local Scouts Slate Clean Up I Co. D Moves To Blanding II

I Campaign To Observe

Sunday For 2-Week Camp

Keep America Beautiful DayTo .- .. I
l 1 D ( National Guard unit, will
observe Keep America noon. N Company Maintenancei
Beautiful Day, being Cub scouts, girl scouts, and ? ; I 53d Support ? move to Camp Blanding
celebrated nationally this boy scouts all will participatein Sunday,April 28,for 15 days of

Saturday, April 27, the entire the program. Each troop ,? + d r1l Legislative annual training.The .
Starke scouting program will will be assigned an area to 1 ) + _
pick up trash on roads and in clean, according to Scout. t r< s r. AppreciationDay local company will join

parks between Sam. and8xlO master David Montgomery, w nry, other units of the 53rd Infantry
of the Starke drive.
organizer The scouts will start on the Set Apr. 27 Brigade located throughout
'W"w Florida, for the annual
and work their
roads
outlying '
s\\ way toward the scout hut River summer training program. It
The Suwannee is estimated that approx-
,.
rar
.
will joint
where they enjoy a
Legislative Appreciation and officers
PORTRAITSPECIAL Authority's imately 3,000 men
roast. Arrangementsare
weiner Day will be held will attend this training period
with the
made Cityof
being Saturday, April? 27, at the with other units to follow
Starke Street Departmentto
the State Park in the town of throughout the summer. This
sacks of refuse
scouts pick gather up and leave along ,I l Suwannee on U. S. Highways will be the largest group to
19 and 98. conduct training at Blanding
road.
the t is invited to
n The public during the summer.
attend this event which is

staged annually to show appreciation Units of the brigade will
to members of the start arriving at Blanding
the Old on
Legislature for their efforts to Sunday April 28, at ap
the
j Members of Troop 70 (l-r): Todd Schmidt, Scoutmaster David Montgomery conserve and and purity maintain of the proximately 8 a.m. and will
First row: Terry Saucer, John Cooper. Monty Stephens, beauty River. continue arriving until mid-
Nelson Green, John Samons. Derek DeArmond Curtis Third row: Scout leader Donald Cooper Ray Cooper, Suwannee Gov Reuben Askew is afternoon. Civilian motoristsare
Frank Coss. Wayne Chambers, Alan reminded that they
Davis.Second Montgomery Byron to attend, as well as may
Mxa row: Terry Mundorff. Kevin Miller, Axel Barnes Roberts Chris Felos, Gary DeArmond Kirk Schmidt Mark expected Tom Adams, other expect a number of military
Gov.
Bobby Smith, Chuck Register, Walter Hand, James Davis, DeArmond. Lt.state officials, and legislators. convoys on the highways. on
Registration will start at 11 that date.

"A class reunion lit a time Troop 70 Receives 35th Year CharterBoy a.m.luncheon at the will State be Park served, where at Units will start leaving

when old school mates get Saturday, May 11,
From 1 to 4 p.m. there camp on
together: to find" falling apart.. sored by the Starke Rotary scouts present their new had acquired as outlined in the in the national fishing. Boat launching, stations the same day. They
Club, has received a charterfor membership cards for 1974. scout manual. Scouts sponsored Keep America outboard gasoline, and fish will spend Sunday, May 12, In
their 35th year of ac Montgomery also noted that receiving the awards were Beautiful program Saturday.This bait will be available on the armory training.
tivities. Troop 70 has 100 percent John Samons Terry Mun- consists of picking up Dixie County side of the river. Brig.Gen. K.C. Ballard tax)
According to David H. membership in Boys Life, the dorff, Alan Montgomery trash, paper and cans in the A ski show will be held at 4 assessor of Hillsborough
0I Montgomery, who has been well known scouting Chris Felos Ray Cooper, Starke area. All scout troopsin p.m.,followed by the program County. commands the
associated with Troop 70 for magazine. Nelson Green, Terry Carver Starke will be participatingin with Gov. Askew and others. brigade that will be training at
the past 15 years this is one of Montgomery presented Todd Schmidt, Chuck Register this event. This includes the at 5 p.m.The day will end witha Blanding for the next two
the larger troops in the historyof various badges to 14 scouts John Cooper, and Kevin Cub Scouts and both Girl barbecue supper at 6 p.m. weeks.
the troop. Montgomery and present. These badges were Miller. Scout troops.

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;pbt earU" Brooker Girl Escapes Injuries Dairif

1401 N. Temple
natural color

ciue After Car Flips On Edwards Loop Queenbrazier. 964.8911

portrait99p ., ... ...
Hear Sunday These April 28, A Brooker girl, Debra Ann vehicle at 65 miles per hour as After the impact Goss' truck A 1964 Ford pickup truck,
Messages Lewis 17, escaped with minor it approached the ninety came to rest on its side. driven by Walter Brown,34, of
11:00 A.M. injuries last Friday night, degree curve to the left. Miss Trooper C. R. Cory Starke, traveling west on SR.
estimated damages to 229, about 1.2 miles west of APR. 25
"The Streaker" April 19, when the 1974 Dodgeshe Lewis was charged with
s 7:30 P.M. was driving failed to make failure to have the vehicle Daugherty's truck at $400 and Starke, ran into a Massey-
saeHandling "The Seventh Word From Gator Bend curve on Edwards under control. to the one driven by Goss at Ferguson farm tractor, THRU 1 MAY
The Cross" Road and turned over. Damages to the automobilewere $500. traveling east on the highway, FREE
Charge The car turned completelyover estimated at $3,000. A farm tractor and a pickup and being driven by Mack

Wide, choice of proofs Joyful Singing!! but landed right side up On Saturday, April 20, at truck came together in the Williams, 54, of Starke.
middle of the highway Friday, The farm tractor broke in
after failing to make the sharp about 5 p.m., Dorothy I.
Ono p.r tubcl| two p.r family Inspiring Preaching!! Gator Bend curve on Edwards Cefaratti, 42, of Largo, April 19, at about 9:30: p.m. half on impact with the truck.

Loop road about 1.3 miles west overturned a 1973 Ford three- COKEPURCHASE
Groups SI.00 *>rro p r person Your heart will be warmed of Starke. Miss Lewis was tenths of a mile north of r a e e r WITH

Cannot bo used in conjunctionwIth | and your life will be chal- released from Bradford Lawtey on US 301, damaging
other advertising offers lenged as! you worship In County Hospital after the auto in the amount of
the friendly atmosphere of receiving emergency treatment $2,000. ONCE UPON A TIME --
COMB lAHLY AND RING THIS AD TC I
the First Baptist Church of for minor injuries sus- According to the accident
Starke. tained in the accident which report filed by Trooper LONG, LONG AGO OF
occurred about 11:20 p.m. Etheridge, the car ran off of
---- Trooper K. G. Etheridge of the highway onto the soft
the Florida Patrol shoulder of the road and in f
Highway
Mitchell'sRexall Those are magic words. They can conjureup REGULABRAZIER a -
Tuesday, April 30 has been estimated the speed of the pulling back onto the highwaythe the fascinating world of make-believe. Its ? u
declared "National Day of driver lost control of the fun to escape over the rainbow. But when Illness -
Drugs Humiliation Prayer, and vehicle, crossed the inside strikes It's Important to be firmly entrenched -
.Fasting.. Join us In one of NOWOPEN traffic lane and completely in the world of practical things like -
these services on that overturned, but came to rest knowing without a doubt that you will be get : :
127 E. CALL ST morning, 7:00 a.m. and KNOWLES on its wheels. ting the best possible health care. i nfifr
Ir
STARKE. FLA. 8:00 a.m. at the First Bap- After receiving treatmentfor The pharmacy you go to should be one
GARAGESR225
minor injuries, the driver
tist Church.
you know you can count on In any situation.
FRI & SAT (Old Bayless Hwy) was released from the 4/ One that has a reputation for prompt and dependable -
"The Church with a Heart, Bradford County Hospital.No service. We try to maintain that typeof
APR. 26 & 27 In the Heart of Starke"Call Auto Repair charges were filed in the reputation. Our main concern Is the health

In- accident. and welfare of our community.
Specializing
10 A.M. 6 P.M. 9 U6362for : Two trucks were involved in
I
NO free transportation Brake Repair a collision 2.4 miles north of 1.2E
AGE
LIMIT
YOU OR YOUR DOCTOR CAN PHONE US
Starke Monday, April 15.
B,n P. Bryant,Pastor Tune UpseMotor Clinton E. Daugherty, 61, of when you need a delivery. We will deliver
William O.org..Mln of Music Overhaul Starke, driving a 1964 promptly without extra charge. A great many
people rely on us for their health needs. We MOM
Chevrolet pickup truck ran welcome requests for delivery service and charge
_____ ., into the 1969 White truck, accounts.
------- -A ---
- being driven by Rayford T CAN I HAVE

The Greatest Ever! Fla. Fourtl h Annual Wesley Goss, 33, of Brooker. e y ''
Daugherty, traveling northon FIVE
US-301 had stopped in the 964-6757 ,

BLUE GRASS I MUSIC median area prior to making a '
left-hand turn off the highway.He KOCH'S DRUGS Q PLEASE?
failed to see the other truck

CONVENTIIBluegrass DN his approaching turn. The after Goss beginning truck 166 W. CALL ST. STARKE FLA. I w

skidded 190 feet before .
Special Country Musi c Park colliding with the other truck. r r r r r I e

Lawtey Fla. Off Hiway 301 7 Mi. Nc orth Of Starke
Isham R.Davis '

3 Big Days April 26 27,28 Services are set at 2 p.m. ]< .
,
Friday at the Bethel Baptist ( 8 New Homes Have Arrived This Week

In Person & Church for Isham R. Davis, I
Frida Saturday
IT, 61, Starke, who died Wednesday |

Bill Monroe and The Bluegrass Bo ys. The Osborne Brothers i morning following a
Jimmy Martin-Sunny Mt. Boys. The Lewis Family, Chubby long illness. At TheMustang
Wise Betty Fisher (Saturday and I Sunday), The Friends oft Mr. Davis was born on Sept. (
r( Bluegrass (Saturday and Sunday). 16, 1912 in Bradford County ,<
and was a veteran of World ; LotSo
In Person SundayThe War II and the Korean conflict -
,was a retired painter and ,
The Lewis Family, The was a member of the Bethel <

Sullivan Family, The R Baptist Church. '\ Your Selection Is Even
Friends of Bluegrass Surviving is his wife, Clem- < Better
bertine Freeman Davis, two !
Betty Fisher, and Others
sons: Jimmy R. Davis and '
MONROE to be Announced. Braxton Britt both of Starke; I<

five daughters: Mrs. Bobbie I' -- -
McLeod, Mrs. Lawrence 1\ --
Griffis, Mrs. Rita Courville, i \ -f
Pamela Davis,and Lisa Davis I .\ -
'
all of Starke; one brother: H. "O"es ,
F. Parmenter of Starke; six .
sisters: Mrs. Dutch Harley, :
r Mrs. Gladys![ Burney and Mrs. "ob\\ t."e.6 .
N Edith Hutcheson each from j \e
Starke, Mrs. Ola Mae Rowe, t
\)
Lawtey; Mrs. Evelyn Any of : \ 6.7Z1Z I
Jacksonville and t
5SBORNE BROTHERS Mrs. Pearl 1
W p. Byrd, living In Texas; and -

FRIDA 8:00 P.M. four grandchildren. Select
Burial will be in Dyal
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By CommunityNews Ellubcth Civen Waftot



ADULT COMMUNITY School EDUCATIONThe AND Advisory 1 ONING


Committee Community for Education Adult and

program met Wednesday,
April 17, at 4 p.m. Members
attending were Robert E.
Blakewood chairman; Judge

Davis Elzie Sanders Mrs. Elizabeth Mrs.Walker Verna, COME ON OUT TO THE SIXTH BIG WEEK( GRAND OPENING AT YOUR 825 S. WALNUT ST. WINN-DIXIE IN STARKE

Millard Brown, Owen Hoover,
and Mrs. Bernice Bateman.
The committee decided to SAVE w'ryo
visit the various classes in the W-D BRAND
centers, evaluate the
progress and make recom- U. S. CHOICE Quantity Rights
mendations for improvement.They wE K s 6 Reserved
also discussed different S
WIN DIXIE STORES. INC
methods of Informing the COPYRIGHT4 7 1
public about the classes in the AStE FaIEV
educational centers.
..54Y (f,
Dell Chapter OES LcWLaHp11'
Dell Chapter 168 OES will : stpMes tat J 5
meet tonight (Thursday) in ,
the Masonic Hall on Brownlee
St. at 8 p.m. A report from the L i
Grand Session will be given,
95
and all members are urged to bap

attend. PRICES GOOD THURS. APRIL 25 ),,

CHURCH NEWS THRU WED. MAY 1 BEEF PEOV
New Bethel Baptist Church, W 0 BRAND PURE
Rev. Leroy Davis, pastor. All Ground Beef 10 1 LB $199 W-D BRAND W-D BRAND
deacons and deconesses will PKG W D BRAND USDA I CHOICE BEEP
USDA CHOICE BEEF USDA CHOICE BEEF
hold an important business Chuck Steak 98C
TASTY (TWELVE hi. PATTIES) LB
meeting Saturday night at 8 LB $799 FULL CUT ROUNDSTEAK SIRLOINSTEAK
School, 9:30: ; Beef Parties 3 PKG. W.D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF BONELESS STEAKS
Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Delmonicos $2 39
Everyone is invited to the HICKORY SWEET LB.

Fellowship Hour at Mt. Sliced Bacon -L : 88C W.D BRAND USDA CHOICE HANOI/.PAK
Pisgah AME Church at 3 p.m.
Evening Worship, 6 p.m. FRESH BOSTON GrounRound LB. $138

Class Prayer Wednesday Meeting and night Bible at Pork BUTT'I. LB. / B 4 8 5 8 W D BRAND PUREGround
.
: $ tINMINTG.e l $ Beef. 3 & $269
'
7:30.Ebenezer W.D BRAND SMOKED PORK SHOULDER

Rev. Leroy Davis Baptist, pastor Church, and: Whole Picnics LB 58C V."S4CH.E I W.D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF WHOLE
congregation will conduct ('(4 TO 8 IBS AVO-CUT & WRAPPED FREE)
services Monday night at Mt. HORMEL B()4 JiM enderloins $2 49
Pisgah AME Church in Canned Ham 3 & $399 LB
celebration of their 85th anniversary -
LB. LB FRESH RIB HALF OR WHOLE
All ushers and both W D BRAND
choirs are asked to meet Sliced Pork Loins . LB. 88c
Tuesday night, April 30, at 8 Bologna 69l BRAND USDA CHOICE eli
p.m. for a business meeting. BOTTOM BONILISS W'D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF
Bible Class and Prayer CHUCK ROAST WE AcarrUS.
ROUND ROAST
held each
Meeting are
GOVT FOOD
Thursday The Women's night at Conventionwill 7:30.: SAVE 9 LS. $138 SAVE 11 LE.88c SAVE 24 STAMPSAVAIiAlll
be held in Gainesville at NOW OMWD
the First Baptist Church May
1619. The Convention Board
will meet at 5:30: p.m. All THRIFTY MAID SLICED BLEACH LIBBY'S
members are urged to attend.
Members of the church are
asked to remember the sick PEACHES CLOROX SWEET PEAS
and shut-ins in your prayers. .
Willie Pittman is sick and has
been admitted to the VA t a'b '6w
Hospital in Gainesville. Sb1

Freewill Greater Baptist Bethlehem Church, Rev. $ (166

Jasper Williams, pastor. Tiny 4
Tots rehearsal 7:30: p.m. 49.0.. 3& 4&
Senior Monday.Choir Tuesday rehearsal.night, SLICE90Epcad CAN GALLON JUG CANS 17-o.. f "

Wednesday is Youth Night
with the young people in
charge of Prayer Services.
Thursday night Story Hour at
SAVI lie-DIXII DARLING GROUND BEEF SAVE 25t-THRIFTY MAID WHOLI KERNEI
the church. Ladies Circle will SAVE 21c-ASTOR
meet at the home of Mrs. COFFEE DINNER MIXES CORN
Rebecca Allen. Friday night,
Junior Choir rehearsal at 6 '-LB. 88C 2PKos.88C 5 CANS $100
p.m. Prayer Band will meet at CAN
the home of Mrs. Sarah U.S. No. 1
Prince. Dinners will be sold THRIFTY MAID VIENNA TYSON FRESH RED RIPE
from the kitchen on Saturday. FLORIDA YELLOW
Annual Youth Day will be SAUSAGESAVE CHICKEN, BEEF or TURKEY / STRAWBERRIES
observed Sunday, startingwith
Sunday School at 9:30.: CORN
Morning Worship at 11 with POT PIES
message by Rev. Holloway. .
Dinner will be served at 12:30.: 33e
Final service of the day at 3
p.m. 4 $1 9 9 $119CANS
Mt.: Pisgah AME: Church, S of.
Rev. B.J. Franklin, pastor, is $ JLCHElf PINTS
celebrating its 85th an I 0
niversary. The program 8 7 9t :
with Rev.
began Monday night 8 oX. I FRESM WHITE OR PINK
Leroy Davis and congregation

Bruce rendering has charge services.Wednesday Rev. DRINKS PIES EARS GRAPEFRUIT

night, and Rev. Franklin
Thursday night. Friday night SWANSON
Rev. Willie Stitt and SUPIRSRAND CHICKEN 7....,SALISBURY 6V4-OI.OR TURKEY
congregation will have $ TWIN POPS ENTREES

will charge feature, and Saturday Rev. Sampson night 12 1 2 -.88c ORANGE H' ACRES JUICE 2BKa1" $100 5 39 $

White Sunday School and congregation 10 a.m. Rev. 12.0&CANS 6 CANS PACK.-.. 99 BAG LB
Nelson will preach at the 3
p.m. Fellowship Hour.
Dual Day Observance will THRIFTY MAID SAVE 4c-THRIFTY MAID JUMBO U.S. exTRA FANCY RED DELICIOUS SUPER8RANDPotted

be Christ held at 1003 the N.Church Pine of St.God, on In Meat .5 &s $100 1 Catsup . aon i 39C Apples .15 FOR $199 Drumsticks! 2 !* KS. $1

Sunday, April 28. The Men's THRIFTY,, MAID THRIFTY MAID WASHINGTON CHERRY RED SWANSON (EGO ft

Day Holiday program as chiarman, with George, will Tomatoes . 3 2801.CANS $100 Cut Asparagus UVio CAN 49C Rhubarb\ I . LB.29c Sausage SAUSAGE. .1 0'01). ).OR 2 PANCAKE AS1;. &$1 1
begin at 11:30: a.m. with Elder
THRIFTY MAID CUTGreerf ARROW HARVEST FRESH GREEN POLY BAG SHOESTRING

James speaker.The Women's Allen. of Belle Day program Glade as, Beans 3 CANS:: $100 Aluminum: Foil 3'R:&Ll3I 88c Cabbage 2 HEADS 39C Potatoes.T41/2plKBo. $119SAVE

with Mrs. Ada Chandler as 17c-DIXIE DARLINOFamily SAVE lOc-DEEP SOUTH FRESH PACK HARVEST FRESH TYSON |
chairman will be held at 3 Bread 3 LOAVES $100 Kosher Dills 3l": 49C Lettuce LB.23c Chix
p.m. Missionary Lucile ; . N' Basket %?' $199
Williams of Zuber, Florida SAVE Uc-DIXIE DARLING BROWN N' SERVE SEEDED OR WHOLE KERNEL NEW CROP MORTON APPLE no I

will The speak.public is cordially in- Cluster Rolls 3 Kst c;;: $1 Niblets Corn 4 Sss:: $1 1 Yellow Onions 3 BAG Le 49C Peach Pie 2'PIES; :. $100

vited to come and worship FRISKIES BUFFET SAVE 4c-JIF SUNNY DEUTE MORNINGSTAR l

Elder Day with us observance D.to R.help Williams make a success.this, pastor.Dual- Cat Food 5 FANS;::; $100 1 Peanut Butter I.JAR"of 79c Citrus Punch 8 eTLs.eel: $100 1 Slices FARM rTTrfe1. :Vi: 89'A


Greater Allen Chapel AME ............................. ..............................
Church Rev. B. C. Williams,
pastor.Sunday School, 10 a.m. : ; '
EXTRA EXTRA EX..R EXTRA

with Trustee services Day will at 11 be a.m.observed and 3 I WlfH*MtWMMW GREEN....-STAMPS__MMCHAM WI I I I ..4"11..TM MftWlFAMa GREEN COUMM STAMPS_MKMAM M I I .4"11..... ...GREEN..__STAMPSJ"1I.w MNN41 M ; .... XIV GREEN VOHS YN_STAMPS w MMMV N : I I E du GR STAMPS ;
p.m. Everyone will attend 1 .IB CAN ONE 16-ot. BTL. ONI 10.II. BAG ONE IT'cuV""""
Fellowship Hour at Mt. MAXWELl HOUSI SURE MAGIC BESTOFSHOWDog 32'01. SIZE '
SUPERtRAb
Pisgah AME Church.t&Vf&fffftftfff'Vtff. Coffao IA Tile BuiY 116:i'i Food Mop & Glow / Cotfag Cheese CREAMED
GOOD THRU MAY I i GOOD T I GOOD THRU MAY I i +Mi GOOD THRU MAY 1
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J. The family: of the late h"qmx Mr.$ I I EXTRA..4"11..M ..-GREEN........-STAMPS---Y I I EXTRA..4"11.... ..-GREEN....-STAMPS W-...M : I I EXTRA..4'Ji..m(...GREEN..--STAMPS--...... EXTRA-J"1I..... ....GREEN......-STAMPS--- .. : I I EX dx "GR ,STAMP
Joe Morris, Jr. wishes to ONI t.IB. PKO ONI HALF OR WHOLE i ONI t-.1. PKO MORTON DANISH 1 11T11 ONI STOUFFERS FIINCH Ono SlouMm" $ W9.o. ,.
FREEZER QUEEN TALMADOI FARMS REGULAR OR BLUIBERRV 3 11,6ury
express their sincere thanksto ASSORTED VAfllTIIS Stood.T Uaul*) '
their many freinds for the I. t Moat Dinner II Cured Ham Sweet Rolls Crumb Cake Moat B Pee I '/
: GOOD THRU MAY I GOOD THRU MAY 1 GOOD THRU MAY I GOOD THRU MAY I ,
of kindness
extened many expressions to us in the loss of our No. 56 ........?._.... No. 37. N S o'_...... -M-. mil No. 59 .._....__..... No 60 OOOOtMR\AYl,,,.. I
loved one. The beautiful
flowers and kind words and .. 0
deeds are deeply appreciated.Mrs. .
family.- Joe Morris and mru JIDlTrnmm: CJJ! OQQ(


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The Sweetest Strawberries Thlt Side of Heaven I Bill Adams Wins Strawberry


Page 10 TELEGRAPH April 25, 19H IL




PS Takes Florida Star Invitational Golf(- TournamentSteve


Scraford of Club, letting Starke man Bill took first place in the first 162, 5)) Bob Johnson, Ocala, Gainesville, 164; 7)) Ai
Gainesville missed a one foot Adams edge by to take the' flight with a total score of 148, 163, 6)) Howard Gardner Ellenburg, Jacksonville, 165;
Track ChampionshipPalatka putt on the 17th hole of the Championship flight. edging by second place Doyle r r 9l 8)) Bill Hutchins, Gainesville
Strickland,
final round of the 8th Adams shot a four under par Ables of Jacksonville, who 165; 9)) Don
.... Strawberry Invitational Golf 68 Satruday in the qualifying shot a 149. There were 31 Jacksonville, 166; 10)) Steve
Tournament last round, then shot an even competitors in the first Denmark, Starke, 166.
weekend par flight
for the the ll'O, 2)) Cauley, BHS, 10'6.. 3)) at Roberts
South, over Palatka runner, tied the Starke Golf and Country 72 Sunday to end up with a Ables double bogied on the Starke's George
fourth year in a row, took the conference record in the high (See Page II) total of 140. Scraford shot a'' sixth hole of the last round r won thud flight competitionwith
Florida Star Conference jump getting a height t of 6.21.2 !{ total of 142 for both days. then Briggs birdied on the 16th a four under par 140.
Track Championship, this feet. k ip,, Defending champion Gene to put Briggs two strokes George Gallager of St.
time at the Bradford High South took 11 first places of Laws of Jacksonville did not ahead. Then Ables pared the Augustine placed second with
track last Saturday. the 16 events to almost totally compete this year. Adams last two holes and Briggs 142.These scores are based on
South completely controlledthe control the meet. Bradford Ay equalled Laws 1973 score of bogied to win by one stroke. handicap. Placers are listed
meet, especially in the took first place in the 440 run 140. Places in the first flight with towns and scores ; 3))
field events totaling 166 1-2 and the 330 Intermediate hr r + In the last round Adams listed with hometown and Mack Murray Jacksonville
points while second place Hurdles. George Bennett took parred 12 of the holes, bogied score are: 3)) Berger Warner, 143, 4)) John Jordon,
Orange Park scored 79. first place in the 440 run with a + three and shot two birdies to Ocala, 150; 4) David Siely Jacksonville, 144; 5)) Lloyd
Bradford took third place with time of 52.3 seconds Larry .' Crawford, Starke, 147; 6) Al
lead the way to the championship -' Jacksonville, 152; 5)) J. B,
51 1-2 points, Live Oak was Sherman took a first place in Scraford shot two Godwin, Starke, 159; 6)) John Cook Tallahassee, 147; 71)
fourth with 23 1-2, Bolles fifth the 330 Intermediate Hurdles s bogies,two birdies and 10 pars Giebieg, JV, 157; 7)) John Warney Adkins. Starke 147;
with 18, St. Augustine with 12 timing of 40.1 seconds. during the last round of the Bieth, JV, 157; 8)) Barry 8)) Jack Eaves, Starke, 149; 9))
1-2 and Fernandina Beach in "I was impressed with the match Schniederman, Gainesville, Jack Alvers, Starke, no: ; 10))
last place with five points. performance of Sherman in So far this year Adams has 158; 9)) Sam Browning, Tom Mobley, Staike 150; 11))
Last year South took first the hurdles and Bennett in the i won the Azalea Invitational Palatka, 159; 10) Bill Epps, Huntley! '"K (f learn. Keystone.
place while BHS came in 440 run," stated Coach Tournament in Palatka and Starke, 159.Briggs Heights 151.Terwillegar.
runner up. "Orange Park hada Howard. "Sherman has a I placed fourth in a Willow Lake received a set of Motors of
much improved team this good shot of taking first placein Tournament. irons for the prize,Ables got a Starke would have given a
year," stated BHS Track the 330 intermediate hurdles There were nine places out set of woods and Warner got a free Pinto away to anyone that
Coach Grover Howard. at state." of 26 competitors in the bag and three dozen golf a*... .... urives on Hole made a hole-in-one during the
"South won the meet like I Listed are placers, along championship flight. In third balls.. No. 10 on his way to winning/ tournament. The onl) possible
thought they would but they with schools and times and place was Bob Bailey, Bobby Sapp of Macclenny Strawberry Invitational Golf7'ournameutlby
than I 'yll (See Page 11)J)
scored more" points distances: Gainesville, only four strokesoff took first place in the second ( ,\. DrArmoiul i!) /
expected, commented Shot Putt1)) Randolph, LO,
the pace at 144. Ronnie flight with a total score of 157
Howard. 51'2; 2)) Floyd, OP. 50'8; 3) Tumlin, Palatka, was fourthat over second place Dr H II.
Two conference field event Alexander, PS, 46'9; 4)) Butts' ? 146, 5)) Guy Sapp, Palatka, Adams of Starke with a 159. City Fish and Meat Market
weiset during the Wells, PS, 42 10 1-
records PS, 43'9; 5)) lTim 146, 6) Bob Michael, During the second round of
meet Rumley Moore of 2; 6) Kelly, OP, 40'10.
Gainesville, 147; 7) Scott the tournament both Sapp and
Palatka South set a new Long jump 1)) Moore, PS, HIGHWAY 16
Dambek, Gainesville, 148; 8)) Adams shot 82's. But on the 964-8077
record in the long jump with a 21'6; 2)) King PS, 20'1; 3)
Doug Miller, Palatka, 149; 9) first day Sapp birdied the last
+
leap of 21-6 feet. The old Flowers, OP, 20 1-2; 4)) San- Phil McDilda, Gainesville, hole and beat Adams on holes
record, held by three runners ders, PS, 19'9 1-2; 5)) Loston, 150. 12 and 13 to take first place.
was 21 feet.Daniel LO, 19'8 6)) Crews, BHS, 19'6
; Adams won a set of Each of the first, second and PIG FEETSmoked
also of
Hathy, 12.Discus professional irons while third place winners receivedthe
South, set a new PS,
Palatka 1) Hathy
Scraford got a set of woods same as the first and
record in the discus with a 146'10; 2)) Alexander,PS, 137'8 and Bailey a bag and three championship flights.
throw of 146-10 feet. The old 1-2; 3)) Jungenberg, PS, 128'8
dozen balls. The rest of the Listed are the rest of the
record, held by Coleman of 1-2 4)) Kelly, OP, 124'2; 5)) KNUCKLE BONE
; Crews gets good heigh t while long jumping in thek places won certain numbers of placers in the second flight 3))
Orange Park in 1969 was 143-0 Floyd, 117'8 6)) Hayes, BHS,
;
Florida Star Conference Tracl Tournament in Starke last golf balls. Steve Simmons, Starke 162;
.
feet.Stanley Murray, another 114'11.Pole Vault 1)) Currv PS. Saturday, Randy Briggs of Gainesville 4)) Jon Washington, Ocala FAT BACK BACON

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People Are Talking About Season As Conf. ChampsUnion Sunnyland SmokedPICNICS iflh c

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baseballers: ,ended, including the winning run in with a 7-5 record.
JOHN BROWN'SPrices the bottom of the ninth\ .. .
their season with a 3-2 win; Santa Fe scored one run in Chuck Chuck
over Green Cove Friday and a'' tjniorl'gfirst run came'm the each of the first three innings fkfbt*
3-0 loss to Santa Fe Saturday, third inning when Dwight cashing in on base hits off ROAST STEAK BH
On taking the Suwannee Con- Griffis walked and GC tried to Hemmey. or LB
ference Championship with a pick him off at first and he Union had three hits duringthe
7-1 loop record and 13-14 over made it around to third on a game. Griffis tripled, Tim Fresh
throwing error. Then he Whitehead doubled and John 98
all.Bill Cain pitched nine innings scored on a slow roller to third Ross singled for the Tigers. GROUND BEEF LB.
MOBILE HOMES in the Green Cove win base. Thursday the Tigers will
while knocking in two runs Glen Kemp singled in the play the winner of the
fifth inning then stole second Jacksonville Episcopal- BRISKET STEW fjffcL
s and scored on a base hit by Baldwin game Thursday night
BaseballersEnd Cain. The same thing happened trying to work their way to
''J in the bottom of the District the following week.
; i l !t "\ : ninth inning to win the game District will be held in RIB STEW 98 B :
SeasonIn for LB. Pearson or Daytona Lopez, LBCo .
r1i ; J1 tiitf;I' Green Cove scored both according to the winners of
I t 5-0 runs in the second inning, bothon sub-district game this week. i
G LossBradford
\ \ base hits.Freshman,
tJk/ Bill Hemmey
't'' High baseballers pitched the Santa Fe game 7
ended their 1974 season last which evened his record a t 22.
4'G Friday in a 5-0 loss to Palatka Cain led the Tigers in pitching
South on home ground endingat
J a 5-9 over-all mark and 1-8
in the Florida Star Con- Clay Paving &

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Thursday the team will go to Construction Inc.
/ Green Cove for sub-district "
t1RSE
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-- ;- competition. There are 10 e e,
COMMERCIAL CIRCLE
teams in this district and all F N dSCa1P Stagy
teams are playing in five KEYSTONEDRIVEWAYS a
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'a the best record is the home
team. The winners of those PARKING 2
: games will meet at one placeto
compete in Distiict com AREAS
petition. UD & BLOOM MIXED VARIETIES
FILL DIRT
South won the game in the
second inning, scoring four LAND CLEARING Roses 3 GAL Azaleas
straight runs followed by the
last run in the third Inning. CLAY & LIME Dr. Huey Rose Stock

"We went in the game witn ROCK $149
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Baseballers .

(From Page 10)) tii C : BHS Gridders Off To Slow Start"We I

I commented
to play Coach
Hatcher. are getting off to a slow "We don't look as good as 1 Norton at the guards. "These Linebacker and guard
Senior Captain Charlie start and we do not have the had hoped we would this earlyin people have really looked Dwight Barber has just gotten
Green led the Tornadoes enthusiasm right now that we spring practice," stated good and if we keep up without over the flue and according to
during the season in hitting should have," says Head Hurse. "We still have peopleout injuries we will be all right on Hurse he will probably not be
with a .310 average. Green Bradford Football Coach for baseball and track and the offensive line" stated back to practice for two
David Hurse of the first two I'm sure that when they Redding."We weeks.
led the team last '
also year ,; r days of Spring grid practice return things will start are going ahead and "Right now it is hard to
Wise was also the leading ir, i. which started Monday. picking up." working with the young people assess how much! progress
pitcher with 60 innings for the : "We are trying to fill the Matt Hull,Tommy Reddish, while the veterans are still out we've made in the I lirst two
year. He ended with an excellent "fO !:. ,: gaps left by graduation and Jackson Prevatt Jimmy for other sports," stated days of practice" ended
.
2.1 earned run .' :' '" .:' '. we are trying each new playerat Prevatt, Johnny Nichols, Coach Hurse. Coach Hurse
average. I these positions and giving Robert Best, and Emmett
BUS plays Green Cove i I them an opportunity to show Bright are still out for
starting at 4 p.m. then if they i'S 4p. ,' vwA wn! what they can do," stated baseball and are expected to
ari
: ''. Hurse.
: "' out for football. STRRKECYCLE \
win they will go to District.The come a-
location for the District .... Hurse noted that nextseason's Sheldon Hodge, Robert J
'
senior halfback Brown and P. J. Jenkins .
tournament has not been set .111I" are
yet but will probably be : .1ft : "' .. .t' : Bruce Barnes is looking goodas out for track and should play '

palatka or Ocala, accordingto ;. r. ... I.' a blocker and receiver. football after the season ends. \
Hatcher. 1 > : i" .. 'I Freshman Jimmy Clark is "At the present, Tommy
;tif\; ) ; ] "' __"J.," ', ,. the only fullback so far. "He is Edwards is the only lineman CENTER
:: '
,. ... certainly ,\
.- \, ) ) ,,,.,, I. 'R" I finding out what that looks good, stated I
I' \\ \ ,' ;: ..;." :.' ;.... .; I varsity is all about, however Defensive Line Coach Mike 207 N. TEMPLE AVE
: he is holding out well
ilf\\J"W""l\llI' '" 'f and Sexton. "The defense does not
301 :Ii. : .i.t'. ".:: .,' should be a good player." look good."

'. ", : ; Sophomore Beaver DeSue "I am hoping to start
;,'. ;;: .4 and freshman Kenny Aycoxare looking better and plan to "
., .. '" ; YOUR AUTHORIZED
DRIVEIN manning the runningbackspots catch up with the offense in a
r and have looked good for couple of weeks," commented
ii" ; the first two days of practice Sexton. "The defense is HODRKFi
"
'" according to Hurse.
dragging and we have some
Frl.. Sat, Sun., Mon. Junior Mike Gaskins is wide open positions." DEALERUP

"'-. playing at quarterback spot "Our offensive line has beena
'. until freshman TO 118 MILES TO THE GALLON
Billy JackPLUS ( 1' Jimmy surprise for the amount of
Prevatt finishes baseball "
practice had, stated
...... ,. .''''' <'. season and is eligible for Offensive ther.'ve Coach Butch SALES & SERVICE ON ALL MAKES
'(;ifF; t tI spring practice. Gaskins Redding. "We are way aheadof AND MODELSYOUR

\ usually plays the defensive the defense people right HEADQUARTERS
: "l'. monster man spot. now." FOR PARTS &
.. Derrial Moore is also Coach Redding named two ACCESSORIES

Senior Terry Hayes grits his teeth while heaving the shot I put to I qualify for the finals of the playing at the quarterbackspot of the most outstanding
Florida star Conference Track Tournament and"appears to be a good players on the line. 6'2, 225
prospect. pounder Tommy Edwards and
6'2,255 pounder Gary Wallace


BHS Tennis Teams Go To SubDistrict"It will year.positions be Both for filling Bradford are the doing tackle next an Sewingmachine J


Boys and girls tennis teams members of both teams," 1, 63. Debbie Mitchell beat a was a pleasure to be outstanding job."
from Bradford traveled to stated Tennis Coach Melba Bishop Kenny player 4-6, 6-2, associated with such a great Marlon\\ Thornton will be _
Jacksonville last weekend to Howard. "They have all been and 6.1 and lost to the numberone bunch of kids, both boys and taking the center spots and
compete in sub-district playoffs exposed to what tennis is all player from Bolles. girls." David Harper and Alan in a
but neither team qualified about and I expect a good Ruth Hazen won over a
for district. season next year." Bishop Kenny player, 6-2 and slump?
Bolles School and During the sub-district 6-4 while losing to the numberone Bill Adams Wins.......
Episcopal, both of Jacksonville match the boys were completely Episcopal player. Lynn
took first and shut out. Boys that Pierce lost to a Terry Parker (From Page 10)Winners)

second places to land berths in participated in the matches player.Debbie. hole toget a hole-in-one is hole of the two man
the
district play-offs in were Mike McRae, Randy Mitchell and We'll fix it!
Tallahassee.This 11. It is 192 yards long and the scratch team were Harvey
Crews
Bruce Tucker
A-.aAhMprr and Hjalmar McMillan continued closest within Reynolds and Ronnie Tumlin,
A directed by Dano Argento tournament ended Chuck Hutcheson.The their winning streak in anyone came
the hole with one shot was six both of Palatka. The scores
"Four Flies competition for both the girls girls team scored eight doubles by defeating a tough feet. for the one round is a total of 7-Poinllune-up.
en and boys teams The girls points over-all to take eighth Forrest team 6-4,5-7, and 62. the best shots that the two Our experts will
Velvet" finished with a 10-5 record place in a field of 17 teams. "I Jockel and Hazen joined as Wednesday before the made during/ the round. machine the professional give your sewing
Grey care it de-
while the boys ended with a 510 was very pleased with the a doubles team but lost to the tournament the Starke Golf Reynolds and Tumlin joined serves. We'll put it into its best work-
ryMnly' reM AehmnwMPG I \ record. girls' performances," stated top Episcopal team. McMillanand and Country Club had a pre- with Jim Jameson and Bob ing order with our 7-Pomt Tune-Up
& 'The record to me means Coach Howard. Mitchell later lost to a part of the tournament with an Porch, also of Palatka, to win Program:
very little compared to the Jennifer Jockel defeated a Lake City team 6-2, 4-6, and 6- Am-Am tournament. This was the four man scratch division.
experience obtained by allTHEATRE Fernandina Beach player 6-0, 1. The two ended the season people playing as teams. The total best score from the Adjust balance tensions
6-0, then lost to the number with a 13-2 record as a team. There were four divisions. team was 65. Adjust fabric
1 two player from Bolles in "I'm looking forward to The two man and four man Dr. H. H. Adams and Jim De-lint handling mechanisms
threading mechanism
another match up. Hjalmar Mike McRae improving next scratch teams and the two Brown from Starke won the .
FLORIDA McMillan drew the number 3 year to really lead the team," man and four man hadicap two man handicap division Adjust belt tension
.
seed from Wolfson and lost 6- says Coach Howard. with a total score of 60. Inspect wiring
I Lubricate
---------------- Ron machine
teams.PS Holland
Jay Anderson
Takes. Everett Frisinger and John Inspect and lubricate. motor
.
.....
Frl Sa it. Sun
DAY CARE Frisinger joined to win the ,
--- -- four division : COLEMAN'SSEWING
man handicap
He's just ot)Out CENTER (From Page 10) with a low of 56. r CENTER
I
r6 Ricketson, 01'. 10'0 4)) There were about 80 golfers
t ;
the nicest I gill: J "sn ,: FROM ARM BABIES O'Laughlin, OP, 8'6. trying out in the Am-Am W138 E CALL STREET

you rlewDEOAfl r;sow!I" G, TO SCHOOL AGE High Jump) Murray, PS, tournament. A total of 118 ._.,,00....."...'. PHONE 904-964-8312
1 .011 participated in the over-all
l. 6'2; 2)) Ryner, FB, 6'0; 3)) STARKE. FLA 32091
CONSTANT CARE- 2 BALANCED SNACKS Willis, PS, 5'10; 4) Oliver, PS, tournament. .
JO1\ 5'10; 5)) Sanders, PS, 5'10; 6)),
$ NOW OPEN 7:00: A.M. TO 4:30: P.M. True, Bolles 5'8.

REASONABLE RATES INTRODUCING THETINKERTOY

WE WILL WORK WITH MOTHERS TO SOLVE 120 High Hurdles 1) King,

rkYi$1WE PS, 15.8; 2)) Murray, PS, 16.0;
THEIR PROBLEMS 3)) Sherman, BHS, 16.1; 4.5)) SANDWICH !

Cauley, BHS-Ricketson, OP -
Greater Bethlehem Free 16.5; 6) Banzigar, Bolles, 16.8.
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Will Baptist Church
100 Dash 1)) Oliver, PS,
PL'"Cockeyed US 1101 CHESTNUT ST. AT ASH ST. 964.5136 10.1; 2)) Flowers,OP, 10.4; 3-4))
OR Crawford, LO Flowers, OP 4 f
J I I FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL 964-8866 You
Cowboys" 10.5; 5-6)) Moore, PS Wells 1
SA, 10.6. r:1 ,

Mile Run -1)) Denegal, PS, )
4:35.5: ; 2)) Datsun, PS, 4:42.6; ): : ; :- BId
3)) Nichols, OP, 4:47.0: ; 4) zz: ;
How understand Hodges, BHS, 4:52.1: ; 5)) ;
toyour Foster PS; 6)) Solze, BHS.

880 Relay 1)) PS 1:34.2: ; 2) '
electric bill.Customer BHS. 1:39.3: :' 3) Bolles. 1:48.: ( JJ It

440 Run 1)) Bennett. BHS,
52:3: ; 2) Curry, PS, 52.4; 3) 1
Rust, OP, 52.6; 4)) Hodges,
BHS, 52.9; 5) Louis, SA, 52.9; YourSelf
fuel 6) Fortner, LO, 56.0.
__._
Customer billed Cost of service not adjustment based Customer's account
at r..idenU..I.ervice. including fuel on kilowatt number. .
330 IH 1)) Sherman, BHS,
adjustment hours used.
Florida slat 4O.1i 2)) Gay, OP, 40.1; 3))
sales laxcommercial Cauley, BHS, 43.2; 4)) Morris, !
Bill past due ( and20Jays PS, 43.2; 5)) Ricketson, OP,
after rwMwra.u ua.co.r w .industrial accounts). 43.2; 6) Tart, SA, 43.6.
fax ea a S25' 3fi 7I
mailing! ddte. axroe ire et 7x
Cost of service 880 Run 1)) Denegal, PS,
.., .. ro A< Including fuel adjustment 2:03.8: ; 2)) Sapp, PS, 2:06.3: ; 3)) Plenty of people are partial to perfecting palate-pleasing

Date meter rA-x sSn2 1335 nr ; and taxes. Parsons, BHS,2:07: ; 4)) Foster, pleasure with the makings from our cold-cut counter. A whole

was read. PS, 2:08.5: ; 5) Nichols, OP, cult of Is to the .
food-art
beginning country.It's
2:08.6: ; 6( Mills, SA, 2095.: new culinary sweep
time you tried it. Maybe you'll lust want to begin with a

City or countytax.. Sprint Medley Relay1)) PS, small starter-bur germ A couple slices of spiced ham, some
2:04.4: ; 2)) OP, 206.3: ; 3) LO,
2:11.4: ; 4) Bolles, 2:29.5.: bologna, throw on some American Cheese, add pickle and smearon

Meter J j a little mustard. Thats lust to get the hang of it, In no time at

reading 1LlS NY 1 hV( C1 38.71. 220 Yard Dash. 1)) J. all you'll be up there with the best in the business.
Flowers,OP,22.7; 2)) R. Wells,
SA, 23.4; 3) Crawford, LO,
Number of kilowatt hours used Customer's Amount due 24.0; 4)) Sanders, PS, 24.1; 5)) 'Put your own particular personality In your next

from previous to present "service address. when billed. B. Wells, SA, 24.6; 6) sandwich. Be the envy of all your friends. .
reading. Alexander, PS, 25.0.
There's so many possibilities; for instance,

Two Mile Run 1)) Datsun, have tried peanut butter, grape marmaladeand
There's item called"FUEL ADJ} on your And because the fuel adjustment is based on an you

electric bills. It a stands new for fuel adjustment, and has average fuel cost which includes part of our oil inventory PS 10:15:, ;10:14.2 3):) S. Deputy; 2) White, PS, ,10:50 OP: ;, dill pickle yet?

; been a part of the rate structure since 1925.\Ve started purchased at lower prices and our less costly 4) T. Deputy, PS, 11:03: ; 5))
We also stock Bicarbonate and
nuclear and the ( Alka-Seltzer)
itemizing it on your bills last December to help you gas generation increase on your bill Paterson, BHS, 11:34.4: ; 6))
better understand your monthly charges. is not nearly as severe as the increase in our oil prices.We've Tew OP, 11:22.3.:
It represents the changes in cost and quantities seen the per barrel cost of residual fuel oiiof i

fuel to meet the demand for power. leap by 64% during January 1974 alone.The rise isIt Mile Relay 1)) OP, 3:34.8:
also reflects necessary the higher cost of burning lower pollutnearly 200% over January 1973.That's a lump from 2)) PS,3:49.5: ; 3) Bolles, 4:24.4. J I "" OPEN/ FROM 7:00: TO 11:00: EVERY DAY |
$3.84 barrel to more than $11.50 barrel.
ing fuels. It gives us a chance to make apfroprlate per per
increases or decreases in your electric And that's why you're: seeing the fuel adjustment Bradford was disqualifiedfrom
rate case proceedings. Increase in your electric bill. the mile relay when Joe
costly
having to through
go But there is something you can do. Look under Gordon was getting the baton
Yes decreases.through the summer of 1971. FPLs!: that column on your bill that says"Kilowatt Hours and dropped it on the last leg
From 1964
residential enjoyed reductions in billings! Used!' That tells how much electricity you use. of the race while running even HandqWaqFOOD

customers S2S.500.000. (Customers in previous It's your control; over how high or low your bill is. with Orange Park, the first
totalling over place
Compare it from month to team.
years experienced increases or decreases depending on month.Try to observe the
Watt Watcher rules.
formula being applied
prevailing conditions and the And you'll find that electricity isn't the only Next Friday at 3 p,m. the
at the ) and thefueladjustmenSrts thing save. :'v, BHS track team will travel to STORES
foTc'ourse. fuel costs are rising you _____ ? Palatka South High to com-
an increase. But not a rate increase. I:'. .;-: pete in District. The top six In
The fuel adjustment goes directly to pay higher fuel __ each event will go on to
costs,rather than producing any profits for the company. "tome' M>W..t UOMT COMMNV Regional In Winter Park the
PbOpIC...Stng people. following week. The state CONVENIENTLY LOCATED NEAR YOUApril25,197
meet will follow the next weekat
the tame location.

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I If Houses Could Talk. r ---w"+' 1'y' jrS HOME

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r N I NOTESBy


nHI ,\ .{ \ by Linda Wharton memories locked within its
I
{5 walls.
t Brown
.? Kathy
I
1C" : Iti I If houses could talk we
Young
,, people
many years
wonder what words of wisdom
I"I would come from this ancient ago and even now, who did We are still wrapping up tht
I i fj.I. know where the house was, final the, Brad
y I. dwelling which no doubt saw details from
I' ,I'it .", referred to it as the "Haunted t 1 ford Fair. One
al' l L. t"N the many struggles of the first House." County
settlers in Keystone Heights problem we run into every

community, and many of the There were only a few who year is getting fair entries
happy times too. would venture close enough to I ribbons and premium moneyto
catch a glimpse of its e the people who entered the
The house still stands in its inhabitant. Those that did see items. We have finally con-

original site. It was the first him, called him the "Hermit" i rf,, tam tacted all but three. Won't you
home built on land purchasedfrom help us? If you know any of

the Lawrence But now the mystery is over these persons please ask
Developing Company in the and the dweller of this them to call or stop by my
early 1920 s before Keystoneever mysterious place tells of its office in the Agriculture
originated. It was then story and his and why he Building in Starke to pick up
called the town of Brooklyn. lived in seclusion with few their premium money. We are

friends and few of the anxious that they receive
r- Passers-by would not even necessities and luxuries of life what they earned.
'
notice the frame structure ? $ _
S A j which many people of
today
with its rusted tin roof, broken strive to obtain. David Roberts Premium
windows and fallen foun- Money for entry in Arts and

dations, if they didn't know Walter Will who celebrated Crafts Division.

where to look. his 76th birthday in March,
Premium
Randy Crews -
moved from his domain
It once over-looked of Money for entry in Arts and
Paradise Lake but now is so privacy early in March, 1974 Crafts Division.
.
overgrown with trees, bamboo to live with his sister Mrs. .a $' I
and rambling vines with onlya Leon Wagner of Lake Geneva. Bret Smith Premium

Walter Will faint path leading to the The mysterious little man, ,at I Money for entry in Youth

who put much awe and I I Division (Pictures

wonder in the minds of many, s .. Rxt.aL I i From time to time. I like to
is really a very intelligent use a collection of odds and
: : : spirited and humorous fellow. ends of information about
ED'IT'O'RljLS; He is also very spry for his Walter Will walks away from home he helped "homestead" in the early 20'11. various topics in my column.

: age. These ideas and tips are interesting

.-. His He has wanted to finish my work "The spiritual wonder is and useful and
quick sparkling smile make eyes and plays and poetry ," he added. paramount in our lives and if could be titled
one his latest
wonder "Why in the world did Alexander the a countervail it with trivia of "Did You Know....?".
Walter Will is also of the the
physical
think merely tendencyof
we he was so shrouded in published."I
Investment SafetyConsiderable mystery?" "I didn't want that one must have self indulgence. we debase Mild cheese refers to the
said when asked of mind and lead a the sense of the innate God degree of curing lor ripening >
"Uncle life in order to tune into within. We
Walt" as family had any of his work need to live that and generally refers In
members refer to him, first infinite. wonder and know wherefore." Cheddar cheese. Sharp

confusion still exists when carports, porches, patios and other came to Florida in 1920 during Cheese conversely is cured

concerning Florida's new mobile home improvements have been added. his summer vacation to help longer (lor held at a specific

tie-down law which became effective his father Louis Will, one of temperature and humidity i
the first settlers in this area, longer than other
April 1. Several new bills and amend- curing
The state law requires that all mobile clear the homesite.The categories.
11"111'results.
Sharp
ments are already in the legislative homes have three over-the-roof ties. It may also be called

hopper changing provisions of the law, Units to forty feet long need three house was built during I "aged."
up that summer and early fall ..- -k.-,.,. ....
even though it has been in effect less frame ties, those forty-one to sixty feet while the older Wills ran the ; M p Ice or sherbet? Water ice is

than a month. long require five frame ties, and those old hotel in Brooklyn for the like sherbet -. except that it

sixty-one feet and up must have seven Lawrence Developing contains no milk solid
Some state officials would like to havea frame ties. These ties are to be securedto Company and their Sherbet is made from milk
blanket law tie-downs all prospective real fruit or fruit .
requiring on estate juice. stabili.ers.and .
the I-beams running the length of the
mobile homes but this would require a customers. sugar Ice milk is madefrom

massive inspection process which the unit. Walter Will milk, stabilizers sugar
was then em- .. and flavorings and contains
state is not equipped to handle. At An amendment now in the House ployed by the U. S. Post Office :::m-.. between two and seven !percent .

present, Florida has only six mobile committee headed by Rep. William in Pittsburgh, Pa. after milkfat. Ice cream is

home inspectors for the millions of units Andrews of Gainesville would alter this graduating from Central High. L- 1 usually made of cream milk
in the class of 1916. +
now in the state. To enforce the tiedownlaw to provide that a mobile home that is I1 sugar flavorings and

on its own Florida would have to already securely anchored to a founda- In 1925 from he tells us he transferred Ii tt- ; at stabilizers least 10 percent and must milklal contain/
to the
employ at least 1,500 inspectors at a cost tion does not need additional tiedowns.This Pittsburgh
Post Office in Gainesville but .
of around $10 million annually.For is the policy already being followedby left Planning free -i'yuul'ol'lImeals' !
soon there to come live : .
.
t
?
Cooked
chicken
the Bradford Board or
County Zoning u ith his parents and help out
this reason, the 1973 Legislature which takes the position that additional with the arming( and care of "t.e'7. -,.-..'.... in turkey fact,casseroles frt'l'leH'II of

wisely put the teeth of the law into a tie-downs are not needed when an at- the 20 acres of pecan groves. \I meat t used any in type combination cooked

provision that an insurance company is tached porch or carport is already During this time he would "" .. "".. with vegetables will |reive

prohibited from issuing wind damage secured by steel rods anchored into deliver eggs, milk and butterto TFLJ well. Flaky pastry is a goad
insurance until the mobile home is ac cement. the newly populated area way to top it before I free/ing

tually tied down to its satisfaction.An residents. He devoted what
Although the Bradford board has not little spare time he found from ., ..,.- Two lor one? Six meat
yet adopted a county ordinance on tie- his duties to his literary loaves can be made as simply

insurance company can however, downs the state law applies here, as in calling. He loved to write as one Freeze live in portions
for
continue to honor a wind damage policyto poetry and was chosen as the your family Meat loaf has
the other sixty-six counties. Even ""');1 Art Show At LibraryOn ( Z ::.::::-; -::: better quality if frozen baked
a mobile home owner who is already class poet during his final
though enforcement of the law be rather than unbaked
may according
of
insured but not tied down. The decisionon year high school.
weak at the present time, the owners of to the U. S. Department .
display at the Bradford
the insurance County Library on south \\ulnut
this is
to
of
up company. He the Agriculture home
mobile homes should want to comply says delightful Street is the library's annual art !show featuring such local
with its provision for their own protec- climate, which( he still raves artists as I>r. J. E, Denmark Joe Kaufrman, and :Millard economists.
Under the law, the insuror is requiredto about), oriel surroundingsalong Judd and others. Cooked beans
tion. Instances where tornadoes, hurri- with the abundant dry freeze
for losses if an insured mobile
pay especially well because
canes, or even small twisters have
home sustains wind damage after it has wildlife staged a perfect Viewing( a small section of the paintings! being exhibited I Is freezing softens beans
been tied down and has passed in- struck mobile homes demonstrate the setting for his work. artist Dr. J. E. Denmark, local dentist. Or. Denmark painted somewhat Cook them until

devastating property damage, personal After the death of his the portrait of the late Dr. A. J. Barry the picture immediately barely tender for the best

spection. injury, or even death that can result parents and the responsibilities his right. quality frozen product

when a mobile home is crushed like a for them
of and
caring the
mobile home tied This year's show with over toil of ... Remember
Getting a properly farm pieces work represents new potatoesare
match box by some quirk of nature. he devoted his full timeto the
down can prove quite expensive, reading, self education and Prison.works of local artists plus a selection from Florida Sidle betterthan mature ones inmost

especially on older units that are not Dollars spent for proper tiedownsmay writing. He became so potatoes frozen tend dishes.to Mature
disintegrate
equipped with factory installed ties. It to be the best investmentthat engrossed in his work nothingelse The
prove public is cordially 1m lied to slew the paintings! which or become watery when boiled
can also prove expensive to tie down a mobile home owner ever made. seemed to matter. will be on display the remainder of the ...week according to and then frozen.

As he wrote pondered and .\ :Martha :Minx", librarian.

read his mind grew as did the Don't try to freeze raw

'trees. They spread their !llJiIU": ill I ; %-::::rt't'Z:::;;. ;Xi.,:.<'-;' J.<;t.. apples become soft and and grapes.mushy They when
I 'branches,new trees sprang
Our Turn up frozen and thawed.Don't .
To Howl
and vines
became
rampantand Dear Editor: show and sale a great success.As .
surrounded the house. Letters
The lake only a few >'ardsfrom This letter comes to express one of our donors, we freeze hard cooked
to Braford hope will. continue eggs or even salad green.
A recent headline in a neighboringdaily the yards of their If arithmetic the house even became appreciation you your Because cooked egg white
owners. our invisible from his unscreened County Community, The Band uniforms. So many concern for this steer show
and salad
newspaper proclaimed: "Lake is correct, this is a total of fourteen windows and this gave the Telegraph, and Lillian Stumpfor people and organizations and sale in the years to come lose toughens their greens and

Butler Going to The Dogs." or maybe it dogs in a two-block area. house the appearance it still the support given to the contributed time and money. sothat you may have a part in become soggy crispness during the

was vice versa. possesses.) Bradford High Band. As a Many communities much helping our youth of today freezing
When the Lake Butler Council asked result of the generosity of this larger than ours are not this who will be our leaders of process.

This caption headed the report of a its attorney for an opinion he quoted Walter Will is an ardent Community, The Telegraph'spromotion supportive of their high school tomorrow in the great field of Frozen food should be
several city ordinances providing that admirer of Henry Thoreau. and Lillian Stump's bands. agriculture. wrapped carefully before
meeting where the City Council tackled his love of the simplelife
sharing time and enthusiasm, we were Again the Association is freezing to prevent
who lets his her become exposureto
or dog a This the Band has
anyone
the touchy problem of too many dogs on and this is the life that able after a Drive last year grateful for your time and co air and loss of moisture
nuisance under the terms of the received a superior rating at
public
too many streets, tipping over too many Walter loves most. summer, to pay $8.000 for District Band Contest for both operation. during freezing and storage.
ordinance is guilty of misdemeanor and
a Bradford-Union
garbage cans depositing too many the owner is subject to finding himself .".'.:.e'J......!... .._ .' W.' __T 11< ; .I: : If_._oV __. _, __._....:.II.I, marching and concert per Cattleman's Assoc. tomato Wrapping dishes acid? Be foods sure such you as
"calling cards" on the neighbors' front formances. They will go ioPthe
appearing on charges in city court. He Florida State Band Ray Norman Secretary use a non-metallic wrap.
lawns, rousing too residents from
many Richard Crews Father
also told the Council that it is normallythe SatisfactoryAfter Festival at Tallahassee, !May
their needed slumber with incessant
function of the 11.
howling and barking, and running loosein police department to
that controlled.At April 16 Kidney Transplant As Band Boosters
see dogs are properly we are
packs of six or eight or more, which very proud that our school and Bible Rnswers:
could be dangerous to the safety of
offers and
a subsequent meeting the Lake Richard Crews 20-year-old Bradford County kidney patient community sup-
children. Butler councilmen to rid and his ports such a worthwhile activity -
adopted a plan father, Raymond Crews, underwent kidney
for In ON WHAT DO YOU PERSONALLY STAND AS A CHRISTIAN?
our young people.
the city of stray, unwanted dogsand transplant surgery at Shands Teaching Hospital in Gainesville the
Well, if this is any criterion then on April 16 and, at last report, both were in a satisfac- Band they develop their
the plan, surprisingly enough, was condition. music skill talent and ap Ephesians 4:1: -6./therefore, the prisoner in the Lord beseech you
Starke "went to the dogs" long ago. A simply to enforce the laws that were tory preciation. But they learn to walk worthily of the calling wherewith ye were called, with all/ lowliness

quick survey of one two-block neighborhood already on the books.In Richard is expected to remain in the hospital for anothertwo much more. They learn what and meekness with long-suffering, forbearing one another in
late Monday afternoon revealed weeks: or longer, depending on the rate of his recovery working together for a love; giving diligence to keep the unity of the Spirit in the bond of

seven stray dogs running loose in packs, this little there should lie and his father may return to his home in Starke this common purpose means. peace. There is one body, and one Spirit even as also ye were calledin
story a weekend. Those of us, who know !Mr. one hope of your calling; one Lord, one faith, one baptism one
two tied up on leashes and very unhappy moral for Starke. We, too, are amply Dean Cassells. the Band God and Father of all who is over all, and through all and in all."
about it, one behind a fence, two others armed with ordinances controlling such !Mrs. Crews said that her husband was scheduled for re- Director and what he meansto

"at large" stopping to exchange barks nuisances, but until the ordinances are lease from the hospital Monday but was detained after he these young people, know 1. ONE GOD
with one of the ones tied up and a coupleof pulled some of the stitches out of his incision while moving also they learn as a result of 2. ONE LORD
enforced, we can only weep on Lake his position. She said the stitches were not replaced becausethe his efforts respect for adults 3. ONE SPIRIT
others napping in yards-- hopefully, Butler's shoulder. doctor thought( the incision would heal sooner if left alone. and the importance of 4. ONE BODY

discipline and practice.On 5. ONE FAITH
!Mrs. Crews said that Richard Is in considerable pain at 6. ONE BAPTISM
times and was placed on the dialysis machine a short time May 3, the Bradford 7. ONE HOPE
Monday. Such treatments may be necessary for a while until High Band will be presentingits .

the transplanted kidney begins functioning properly, she Annual Spring Concert at We have the
ORI'q may one hope because of what has been done for us
concern the God
E Co by one one Lord and one Spirit and because of what we
f 4 L year difference in ages between father and son as to whetherthe 8 p.m. Please attend and have done for ourselves
st.rrt rs- by embracing the one faith, by obeying the
of all of these
ACTIVE mi transplanted kidney would be accepted or rejected byRichard's enjoy efforts.the results one baptism and by being added to the one body. This is where the

(1 elr p4 body.Residents true Christian stands. Where do you stand?

Bradford High Band Boosters
0 of Starke and Bradford County have staged
numerous events to raise a fund of around $20,000 to aid the JoAnn PatrayPresident Southmidv Church of Christ
10 r BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER Crews family In paying costs of the expensive operation.Mrs. .

Publishers Ida Lee Brown who is heading up the drive, said that Dear Sir: 3 MILES SOUTH OF STARKE ON U.S. 301

Published each Thursday and entered as Second Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke total costs are expected to run more than twice as much as On behalf of our associationwe
Fla. under Act of March 3, 1879. the funds on hand. Additional contributions are welcome and would like to express to Send questions to. Schedule of Services

t Subscription rate in trade area: $6 per : $3.50 six months. may be deposited directly in the Bradford County Kidney you our gratitude and deep Casey A. Carlisle, Sunday
year
Fund at Guaranty Federal Savings and Loan in Starke. appreciation for your time' Minister 10am.
Phone 964-6305 Outside trade area: |7 per year: 14.00 six months. Stark BitoSurly
I Fla. and cooperation in helping to Rt. 3, Box 58 11 a m. Worship

WI iJ. Iit' l'II' r 1 ..b.. make our second annual steer Starke, Fla Brim

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Merchants Obituaries Mrs. IJeruiee Thomas

I 1\YfTJ:Y tionOrganized Clara Riddell at 2 p.m. Saturday in DeWitt continued with the firm until Services are set at 3:30 p.m. follow in Kingsley Lake
Associa
in direction of
C. Jones Chapel with Rev. his retirement in December today (Thursday April 25) Cemetery under
Merle Packham officiating. 1971. Kingsley Lake Cemetery for DeWitt C. Jones Funeral
Mrs.Clara B. Riddell, 38, of Interment was in Elzey Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Bernice Thomas, 47, Home of StarkeSERVICE.
SCIIOOL NEWS Route 1, Starke, died Wed- Chapel Cemetery in Union Mrs Hilda Bell Witty Morris: Starke, who died at 2 a.m.
Lawtey Elementary Schoolis Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jones Bill Wilson was elected nesday evening,April 17. Bornin County. a daughter, Mrs. Fannie Bell Wednesday in a Gainesville
observing National Book and daughter of Jacksonville president of the Bradford Starke on July 19, 1935: she Delestra of Starke; three hospital r 4
Mr and Mrs. County Merchants Associa seamstress for Cadillac brothers Born in Starke on March 13,
Week with the theme, "Grow Jimmy was a Joe MorrisJoe : Theodore Eldridgeand
With Books." Each week Crawford and daughter of tion at an organizational Uniform Manufacturing Co. Hembree, all of Starke; 1927, Mrs. Thomas was the MEN I
student goes to the Whitehouse, Mr and Mrs. meeting held Monday at 6:30: and a member of Bethel Morris, 68, long time four sisters, Mrs. Rebana daughter of the late Grace and
every library for Story Time, and David Wilkison and son,W. P. p.m. in the Garden Baptist Church. She was the resident of Starke in the Reno Clark and Mrs. Flossie Mit- Lena Jenkins Cooper She wasa
books and other materialsmay Beach, Mr. and Mrs. Restaurant. Other officers daughter of the late A. It. section and for 32 years an chell of Starke. Mrs Johnnie nurse at Sunland Training II 4 or-
be< checked out at Raymond Wilkerson of elected at this time were Fred Johnson, Sr.Surviving. employee of the local Morris, of Tampa, and Mrs. Center in Gainesville and a
any Raiford, Mr. her husband, died member of the Baptist Sgt. Richard G. Garst, son
during the school and Mrs. Barker, vice president; and are telephone company, Ella Ellerson of Jacksonville;
time student will be day. Timothy Wilkerson and Dale Brown, secretary- G Wayne Riddell Jr.; her April 12 in the Bradford a son-in-law, Rafael Delestra, Church. of Mr and Mrs. Harold Garstof
Each given a family,and Mr. Roberts of Surviving is her husband, Route 1, Starke, is now
marker and Mrs. Earl treasurer. mother, Mrs. Phyllis County Hospital and three grandchildren,all
book observance.during this Wilkerson were Easter dinner Several matters were Johnson, Starke; two' Services were held April 14 Starke. James W. Thomas of Starke; stationed in Amon, Jordan asa
special the PTA for Thanksgo guests of their parents, Mr. discussed in relation to up- daughters, Mrs. Louise in Greater Allen Chapel AE ..---------.-. two daughters: Mrs. Diane security guard in the U. S.
to Lawtey for the their and Mrs. Leon Wilkerson. grading the image of the Patterson, Starke, and Donna Church with Rev. B. C. Loper and Miss Terri Lynn Embassy on a two year
generous gift purchaseof Mrs. Robert Lee accompanied business district of downtown Medlin, Fort Lauderdale; two Williams pastor conducting CARD OF THANKS Thomas, both of Starke; three assignment
A-V equipment for and her sister, Mrs. Starke with emphasis on efforts sons, Larry Batten, Starke, services. Burial was in Lee suns: James L.Thomas in the Sgt. Garst completed basic
materials and student instruction Betty Tiesca, and mother, to obtain additional and Tommy Medlin; Fort Cemetery.Mr. We are sincerely grateful to U. S. Navy; Franklin Thomasof training at Parris Island, S.C.
enrichment.The .
4th Grade classes Mrs.G. L. Peterson,on a visit parking lots by condemnationor Lauderdale; five brothers, Morris was born friends and neighbors for their St. Augustine, and Steve and has served 1 1-2 years on
of to Dowling Park in Suwannee purchase of some dilapi- Ray A. Johnson, Pompano February 22, 1906 in New many kind acts of sympathy Thomas of Starke; two Okinawa as a supply man. He
Mrs. Sklenicka will and Mrs. County where Mr. and Mrs. G. dated buildings. Cleaning up Beach, A. R. Johnson, Jr. and Iberia, Louisana and at an during our sad bereavement. sisters: Mrs Ollie King of Ft graduated in March from
Kirkland other present their L.Peterson will move the first alleys and back streets, and Leslie G. Johnson, both of early age moved to Starke Our appreciation cannot be Meade and Mrs Edna Security Guard School in
play to the classes on of May. the installation of decorative Starke; George W Johnsonand with his family. He began his adequately expressed.The Jackson, Starke. Washington, D C,He is
Tuesday, April 30, at 8:45: Mrs. Ethel Reddish planters were also discussed.It Lee I. Johnson, both of working career with the Surviccs will be from the of a Good Conductmeal
Parents or other interested Mrs. Seaboard then the -- Family of graveside with Rev Robert
returned home Saturday after was decided that the Miami; two sisters Railway, .
persons are invited to attend. visiting her brother and sister- Association would meet on the Netta Starling, Starke, and State Road Department, and Mrs.Clara B. Riddcll Smith conducting. Burial will
Terri Massey, Tammy in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ray second and fourth Tuesdays of Mrs. Estelle Reeves, Geneva, later with the City of Starke. ----------
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Denton Breyce Brantley and Dorman, in Orlando, and also each month at 6:30: p.m. in the Florida. and two grand- In early 1939 Mr., Morris I I II
Teresa Harely in the will represent her son, Ray Reddish, in Garden. children. began his career with the local I It & IV.Tarn* U lf>m nt C*. 1 1I
Lawtey Mathematics Tampa. She visited Mr. and Those attending the organi- Funeral services were held telephone company and
to be held
Tournament at UIGf
GlenSt. SIUCTION OFHIW
Mary Westside Elementary Mrs. Henry Register while in zational meeting and ........ ... .... / I II
Orlando and businesses I
School this they spent a represented were:
afternoon
(Thursday). week in Miami and Key West Dale Fred Brown Barker, ,Dairy Sears Queen John; t.ARG ST''S D LECT 1 N"o i NEW ;US JjANo. ; I iQ .. ., ,. iI

Competition is now underway CHURCH ACTIVITIES Bradley, Southern Discount; ; REPOSSESSED I MOBILE 1 : HOMES': II*: CENr; I Quality S rvfc 1 1I

for Softball teams to Church of God: Sunday Bill Wilson and Cordell Mc- TRAL FLORIDA. I H EQUIPMENT CO.I -
Lawtey in the
represent Call, Badcock John and Lee
School
10 a.m. Worship ; Oliver SuUt
School '
Elementary Tour. Services, 11 a.m and 7pm. Sanders, WPXE; Carlos ,mand tall4't, .Jo. ,; new u d
J.01i'Riek.tn
nament at Southside School in Johnson, Barber Stop _;.*, S rvklaCrosse
YPE and City Shop :
Starke on May 18.Parents will Saturday, 7:30:Prayer p.m. Meeting W. Brunofsky,The Pack Rat;; l1, .\." .y" 5.A tt'! '. equipment

be contacted about assistingwith Faith Baptist: Radio John Slone and Herman Lee SATONi TIACTOIt .
transporation. Program over WPXE Starke, Allen, Slone Shoe Repair; N, COLONY I I i OM INISM*MAK ICUIPMINTTWAfTOR I II
PERSONALSMr. 8 a.m. Sunday,Bible School 10 L. Woodburn, Gem Jewelry; Mobile Home*SI eli I i iI
L. T. Crews, Mitchell's Drug L '
a.m. Worship Servies, 11
a.m. tj-6ftn Sunday
.
and Mrs. Harry i Open 9-9Daify
and 7:30: p.m. School on Bible Store; Clyde Terwillegar, I I II
Wilkerson, Mr.and Mrs.
Terwillegar Motors; A. C I I
Doctrine, Tuesday 8 .m. at
Marcus Griffis and family, p 13thGainesvill
Pastor's home. Prayer Williams, Williams Jewelry; '4620( fcJYir
Mrs. Darlene Norman and I
Ray Stone, Eagle-DeVane's I
Meeting Wednesday 7:30: p.m. ; n-5850< I> .* RKPAIKS
sons, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bible Study. Denver Devrlck, Devrick's,
Norman and family, Roy Ollie Inc.; James Hendricks, -
Grace United Methodist
:
Griffis, Mrs. Blanche Florida Pest Control Warren
;
Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.
Buckholz and family, Mr. and
Winkler, Winkler Electric;
Services,
Worship 11 a.m and
Mrs. Harold Starling, Mrs. 7 followed choir Jean Roznowski, Top Dollar; its
p.m by
Elsie Norman, Mr. and Mrs. and John Miller, Bradford
Olin Baxley and family, Mr. practice at 7:30: MYF 7 p.m. County Telegraph.

and Mrs. Kenneth Padgettand I EvcryPavLowPricc EveryDayLowPrice FOOD
family, Mr. and Mrs.
Rudolph Padgett, Mr. and
Mrs.J.C. Padgett and family, KEYSTONE MELROSE I CENTER CUT REGULAR GRIND

Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Frisbee ORELECTRIC FAIR
and family, Bob Baxley, Mr. SIRLOIN PERK
and Mrs. Elisha Carter and Business DirectoryFISHERMAN'S
family, Mrs. Clifford Taylor
Mrs. Mary Padgett, and Mr. SUPERMARKETS
and Mrs James Padgett were STEAKS COFFEE
STARKE'S
Easter Sunday dinner guestsof HARDWARE
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Taylorand 320 SOUTH WALNUT ST.
family. They enjoyed a SUPPLIES GARDEN

fish and hunt. ._ ,
fry egg WIT. v.v N.OODON.'
Mrs. A. C. Kirkland was f.'i'. r4NT9' '.00'.0 .If D." '"HA
fi HARDWAREAND 1 LB 79C MAY 07' LIMIT COUPON
surprised with a birthday Slim'sFish'N'Sttiff> ,\\(1te! $149
dinner Friday night by Mr. BAG we at plena U TAMP
and Mrs. Wayne Kirkland and US.D.a FOOD STaMP
family of Lawtey Mr. and GARDEN CENTER COUPONSLEAN
Mrs. A. C. Kirkland Jr. and Live Bait ..
: A complete line of 114w.
family of Brooker, Birt CriikelsShinnersWormsMinnows BENJAMIN: MOOREPAINTS BONELESS I CENTER CUT MEATY
: FULL CUT
Griffis
Ellington and Irene
Plumbing&Electrical
Supp.
and daughters, Mrs. Rosie Gro-Tone Fertilizers CHUCK fir-rlJ
;
PORK
Reddish and Henry Reddish, TACKLE-RODS-REELS. InsecticidesLICENSESAM.IUNITION ROUND ; ; FRESH
FISHING &HUNTING
Mr. and Mrs. George Prevatt Lumber& Building!Materials
from Starke,and Mr.and Mrs. ; : : lluy.21 N.200 yds From light I
ICE I
Charles Carter and daughter Keystone Heights 413-3663 STEAKS ROAST BUTTS
Earl Denmark of Keystone lltfts. 47J-4357 II I I
Jacksonville was visiting his 1rrririir

other mother relatives, Mrs. Lois on Carter Sunday., and CONTRACTORSBell t.--.tJ $ 39 I 't-i'.! 78 C 14 TO lJ.I""cJ"9 CLB

Craig Shuford of Moorhaven Electric Co. Triangle "R"Enterprise ] I lIP?!!' 18 La 1
with his
spent the week IIIR&II/ LB PKGS. LBPUNCH
.grandmother, Mrs. John Inc.rlS'.BeI1Owner .
Shuford, and other relatives.
Mrs. Janice Patz and Mrs. r GENERAL, CONTRACTORS

Mickey Litchfield and Licensed-Insured EveryDaytowPrice d9r .. ;_.
daughter visited the Eugene Featuring CHUCK .
Pearsons and Mrs. Tom Repairs The Lindal Cedar Homes .
Tatum, Jr. and family over 11 Electrical Fixtures i'1
473-2110 -
the weekend. 4733512P.O. L :
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Shufordof I Keystone Mgts 473-3602 St. Rd.. 21 N. i ., _
Belle Glade were visitinghis Box 657:
mother, Mrs. John 1 LGIIIEE 1 t CNaD ______
Shuford, and other relativesover

Shuford the returned weekend.home Craig with AUTO SERVICE HUNT SNACK
them. I SWIFT fowihrin m

Mr. and Mrs. Leon Starlingand KEYSTONE
Mr. and Mrs. George Rubber StumpsFront LAUNDRY ASSORTED PACK
Shuford visited Disney World AUTO SERVICE CH
and weekend.Cypress Gardens over the DETERGENT 1 PUDDINGS & FRUITS

Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carter End Alignment I WRW'
visited Mr. and Mrs. Harold Speed Wheel BalancingAir 39WITH l'Ow/81Clf!
Sheldon at Silver Springs on i 15oz 2/l
Sunday.Mrs. Conditioning Service Telegraph 84OZ (irrirrir 99 < 1 4-PACK

and Mrs..Louise Ernest Banner Williams and Mr.of Brake ServiceLubricationOil BOX l'R'ElJ! CAN U 200z

Jacksonville, and Ronnie Change JOHNSON AUTOTUNEUP
Crews of Nahunta, Ga. were BonusBuyriNK
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. _BonusBuy BonusBuy
Lester Walker last Friday Tune t'p General Repairing.Goodyear FRESH *ciu mmFRESH> *WNI7I

evening.Charles. Dinkins of Starke, Tires Minor Engines:Machine Rebuilt Shop Work GREEN Pt FLORIDAGRAPEFRUIT

Mr. and Mrs. Horace Cox of Automatic TransmissionAir P 1ivi1 iflrrjl
Waldo, and Mr.and Mrs. Paul Conditioning
Dinkins and David of St. 1 Blk. E.Off 21 and 1 Blk. Tires Batteries 1
Augustine were Easter N.Off Id" Mon.-Fri.! 1:30 AM-6 PM z
Sunday guests of their KEYSTONE HOTS.473-4032: Sat. 7:30-1: PMLAKEC'.ENKVA :
mother, Mrs. P. L. Dinkins. 471-4117 NATIONAL PRIDE

REAL ESTATE BEAUTY SHOP NESTEA FLAVOR i BREADEDSHRIMP

c eoQr Nell's ICE TEA I ;

Richard T. Lovorn
U (E Iii W D Beauty Style Shop MIX ICE rrrrrirliwricr PIECES
Real I Estate t Broker 'rw tart/ ; / !



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FOR THE FIRST TIME 473-4692 Heights TCelia EveryDayLowPricea
904-5113 &.Melrose DaylowPrke Every DayLowPrkcFYNE ; I EveryDaytowPrke
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COUNTRY MUSIC'S BEST Edna Terwlllegar Knepper 473-4111 r 1rhi( KING sizrMe
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Nights .a Week Martha Beach Sand BAKE MINT

Futurlncflitit.Artlit .4A11 JUICE
C.B.McAfee 413-1050. SHORTENING *tv IT w tNfl **
LjndaAmersonFri.ondSat.NfcM REALTOR Fill Dirt Clay Fill

S.E.McKAY _3LB_ YOUR_ 3lIwryDaylowPrk

OnIrII.ooCo..o-. ,*' Residential Member ol Appraisers Society of Tractor Work ._ CAN CHOICE _____

From9PM.ZAM- Serving This Area For Land Cleared _ __

26 YearsMrs.Melballgen tvcrytaytow vcryftiyLowPrk IwcryD.yLowPrlcc Ivcryo.yLPrlcc IvcryO.yLo.Pricc EvcryDaylowPrk
at.Bobby's 473-4740 Hank Bruiting PANTRY PRIOIICE' PANTRY PfllOt' LAM'IICNI P,..." Parry Flal<. GOLDEN TOP
FRISKICS' DUTCH APPII
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Gilmore 473-3600 .OWN..W.
Mrs.Dolores CAT AJAXCLEANSER ICECREAM PIZZA
Mrs.Joanne Gassett -17:>-1622Mr ,...N.............. ROLLS PIE

Hideaway HOMESRENTAISCREAGE.Leslie Robinson 473-1033 Phone P.O. 473 Box-4161 41 iw BUFFET.5.-.9.-5. c -- 4/l Lo"58c MILKw ON68c: Yo: "rii'7'. C 3/$1/ :..<.N.., 59April <

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NOTICE INTENTIONTO otherwise be per cent of the bid amount, Deadline for Insertion
a judgement may May, 1974, at 11:00: A.M. -
REGISTER entered for the relief made payable to the City of Tuesday Noon preceding
against you Dated this 8th day of April,
FOR SALE Interested in beau
: a
FICTITIOUS NAME demanded in the complaint or 1974. Starke, Florida, must accompany Thursday before publication. GARAGE SALE: Clothing FOR SALE: Concrete culvert
100' 436'
each bid as a guaranteethat $2.00 tifullywooded lots )x shoes, boys age size 6 monthto off road
petition. Minimum Charge pipe suitable for
) well and
((1
Pursuant to Section 865.09 WITNESS my hand and the Gilbert S. Brown Clerk the Bidder will not withdraw Covers 15 Words) septic acre tank including for $95 down? 8 years. Ladies, size large, driveways and concrete steps

Florida Statutes, notice is seal of said Court on April 2, By Beulah M. Moody from the competition after Each word over 15 shoes and purse. Some men's Hamilton Concrete Products,
Then drive S on Rd. 100 1.1
hereby given that the under- 1974. Clerk of Circuit Court, opening the bids, and in the 10 cents miles from city limits, to clothing. Rt. 3, Box 337, 812 S. Cherry St. Itp

signed Frank H. Brown Jr., Rt. of Bradford County, Ra. event the contract Is awarded to Starke 1 mile South of new -- ---- --
2, Box) 16-P Starke, Florida GILBERTS. BROWNAs 4/18/ 4t 5/9 the Bidder, he will, within ten All Classified Ads must be graded road, turn right and TG&Y, toward Waldo on left.
look for sign on left. Call L. G. FOR SALE Silver Streak Saber
((101) days thereafter, into :
32091,doing business under the Clerk of said Court enter paid for in advance unless you 9648058. 1 1tp
Dail, 964-7591, Dempsey Mo Travel Trailer.
firm name of S. and W. Muffler By: Dorothy Moore NOTICE OFAPPLICATION contract and furnish the required have an established account -- -- -- -- Completely
tel. 3tp 6/9 812 S. St.
Shops, Route 2, Box) 16-P, As Deputy Clerk FOR performance bond failing whichhe with the Telegraph, in that FOR SALE One burner oil equipped. Cherry
------- ----- : stove Ph. 964-8879. Up
Starke, Florida 32091, intends to 4/11 4t 52NOTICE TAX DEED shall forfeit deposit as liquidated event 50 cents extra chargefor $13.50, two burner $18.95, 3
The Bid -- -- ---
register said fictitious name damages. Bond billing. Not responsible for FOR SALE: 65 acres on US-301, burner $25.50. DAHMERS
under the provisions of oresa'd'! and Performance Bond are required when given over the
OF INTENTIONTO NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, be secured errors near Starke, Rorida. Zoned DISCOUNT. 10tchg 5/30 FOR SALE: Epiphone Guitars
to from
statute. Thomas, the holderof an phone or when copy is nottyped commercial and Mobile
that Leroy -- -- --- made in Gibson
REGISTER Japan by
of the now
agency surety or Insurance and to the of.
brought
bidded
the following certificates has homes plans, every- at Dahmers Discount.
Frank Brown, FICTITIOUS NAME filed said certificates for a tax) company, which agency thing ready to go $150,000 FOR SALE: Argentine Bahia tfchg.

Independent Dealer deed to be issued thereon The shall have an established placeof negotiable. Ph. 3058334057.2tchg. Hay $1.25, at barn. Seed 75 ------------/i

Dated this 9th day of April, A. D. Pursuant to Section 865.09 certificate numbers and years of business in the State of 4/25. cents per lb. 50 acres land on
Florida Statutes, notice is Florida, and be duly licensed to FOR SALE: Horse, pleasure and
road 100
1974at Starke Florida. 4/114tp in city limits (Starke)
issuance the description of the --- ---- --
that the under Call 964-5630 after 5
hereby given conduct business therein. fice.t game.
5/2/ Booking orders for
in eggs,
the
and names
signed Paul Stegall, P. O. Box) property assessed are as Each bid shall be addressed to FOR SALE ) FOR SALE: AKC Registered Hulsey game chicken Jumbo p.m. 1tp

434, Keystone Heights, Florida, which it was the City Council, City of Starke, Chinese Pugs and miniature Quail, Jumbo pheasants and - - -- -
NOTICE OF IN TEN TION TO follows
business under the firm :
doing Florida, and marked "Reno and Schnouzer Irish setters and Wild turkeys. J. M. Edwards
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
name of Paul's Drive-In Certificate No. 63. Year of Dalewood Area Sewerage, City purebred Chihuahua. Call 964- Box) 628, Phone 964-5379. Filing Cabinents; office fur-

Cleaners 418 West Call Street Issuance: 1972.Description of Starke Florida," and delivered FOR SALE: Old piano. Call 964- 7929. 2tchg 4/25 Starke. 4/44tp niture; index file drawers.

Pursuant to Section 865.09 Starke, Florida, 32091, intendsto of Property: N 1 1/2 to the office of the City 8046, Thursday 8 p.m. Itp -- - - -- -- 4/25- Bradford County Telegraph. TF

',Florida Statutes, notice is register said fictitious name of SW1/4of/ NE 1 14 of SW 1/4 Clerk, City of Starke, Florida, ---- -- -- -
hereby given that the undersigned under the provisions of aforesaid and Lot In NW 1/4 of SW 1/4 either by a representative of the

PHILLIP N. statute. Being 237', N and S by 100', E Bidder who shall obtain a receipt oooooooooooooooooooooooooocxx oooooooooooooooooocxHELP

HAMILTON, doing business and W. Sec: 22, T-6-S R-22-E. therefor, or by registered mail BROOKERIN

under the firm name of Paul Stegall, Name in which assessed: with return receipt requested.

HAMILTON CONCRETE Sole Owner Sallie Williams.All The City reserves the right to BRIEFby WANTED

PRODUCTS, 812 S. Cherry St., Dated this 16th day of April, of said property being in waive informalities in any bid; to

Starke Bradford County A. D. 1974 at Starke, Rorida. the County of Bradford, State of reject any or all bids in whole or Jeannette Prescott

Florida, 32091, intends to 4/184tp 59I Aorida.I in part, with or without cause

register said fictitious name I Unless such certificate or and/or/ to accept the bids that in PERSONALSCorrection Duct Work MechanicFor

under the provisions of the certificates shall be redeemed its judgment will be for the best Lewis
The baby
Dempsey, will not be :
Statute. I
aforesaid Wayne according to law the property interest of the City of Starke, instead of
born
6
on April
debts made was
DATED this 4th day of April responsible for any
described in such certificate or Florida.
A. D. 1974, at Starke, Bradford for or by Norma Jean Dempsey. certificates will be sold to the April 8. as stated last week. I
am sorry for the error.
County, Florida. highest bidder at the court CITY COUNCIL OF THE
Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Hall
PHILLIP HAMILTONSole Owner 4/25 Wayne Dempsey2tp house door on the 20th day of CITY OF STARKE, FLORIDA and children, Mr. and Mrs. Sheet Metal & Duct Board

May, 1974, at 11:00: A.M. Edward Endicott and

4/44t 425IN I Dated this 8th day of April, Merrill Edwards, children and Miss Iva Mae

INVITATION TO BID 1974. City Clerk Lewis all of Gainesville; Mr. 2 Yrs A/in Experience Required
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 4/25 2tchg 5/2 and Mrs. Eddie Lewis and

THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT The Board of County Com- Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk I son. and E. M. Lewis and

IN AND FOR BRADFORD missioners of Bradford Countywill By Beulah M. Moody NOTICEAs I Martha of Brooker enjoyed

COUNTY FLORIDA. receive sealed bids to be Clerk of Circuit Court, boiled eggs and other refresh- Don Brown Inc
Of Bradford County, Ra. :
CASE NO. 73.127 opened at 10.00 A.M. in the 4/184t 5/9 provided by Chapter 197, ments Sunday afternoon after ,,
Bradford County Courthouse on Acts of 1973 Notice is hereby church with Mrs. Amanda

Monday, May 6, 1974, for the given that tangible personal pro- Lewis.
PETITION FOR ADOP-- THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
In re: IN
following: Allen Lewis and and
Greg
perty taxes assessed for the year
RIVERAand
TION OF ANTONIO 1 TABLE TOP COPY THE 8th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN Malcolm Lewis and John went
1973 are now delinquent and be- Apply Between 8 A.M.4 P.M.:
ELOISE RIVERA AND FOR BRADFORD
MACHINE FOR THE TAX ginning April 1st such taxes are fishing on the Oklawaha River
COLLECTOR AND 1 TABLE COUNTY. FLORIDA. didn't have
drawing interest of 1.5 per cent Sunday. They
NOTICE OF SUIT TOP COPY MACHINE FOR THE per month plus the proportionate much luck but had lots of fun.

CLERK OF THE COURT AS PER CASE NO: 74105In cost of publishing this notice Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Taylor of 964-8041 U.S. 301 S. Starke. Fla. !
To PETER MURRAY
:
THE FOLLOWING SPECIFICA- and delinquent cost. Unless the Palatka, Mr. and Mrs. Troy
1670 Mission Street Re: the Marriage of: S.
TIONS: amounts set opposite each Jones and children of oooooooooooooooooooooooooooeooooooooooooooooooooHelp
San Francisco, California BRUCE JARVIS, Petitioner, and
and Mrs.
Ga. Mr
name below are paid before the Augusta. ;
1. Must be able to reproduceat MARIE JARVIS, Respondent. 1st day of May 1974 warrantswill Kenneth Green and family of

(And to any other a rate of twelve copies per be issued thereon directinglevy Wildwood; Mr. and Mrs. JohnF.
interested parties) minute. NOTICE BYPUBLICATION Freeman and of
upon the seizure of the tan- son

2. Flatbed Book Copier. gible personal property of the Melrose; and Mr. and Mrs. WantedAPPLICATIONS
notified that
You hereby
are 3. Copy paper must be on roll. taxpayers for unpaid taxes; pen- George Pierce and Audreywere
,
the above named petitioners 4. Must make multiple copies.. To: MARIE JARVIS alties and additional cost. The Sunday guests of Mr.

ANTONIO RIVERA and ELOISE 5. Must have continuous Route 1, Box 125B name of delinquent personal and Mrs. Lee Roy Green.
RIVERA, his wife, have filed a Starke Florida 32091
multiple copy mode. property taxpayers and the Mrs. Sue Crawford had
Petition in the above-styled (Last known address) amounts of taxes including the surgery in Alachua General
of
Court for the adoption
Gilbert S. Brown, cost of advertising and the firstmonth's Hospital on Monday, April 15,
Marsha Donna Murray and you YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a
and released
Clef to Board penalty and delinquentcost was Tuesday.
are commanded to serve a copy 4/182t4125 Petition for Dissolution of are as follows: We are thankful that she is ARE NOW BEING
of your written defenses, if any, Marriage has been filed againstyou getting along so well.

on Dudley P. Hardy, Esq.. in the above named Court,
ACCEPTED
of FOR
Wilson Green
B & F Concrete Products Co. Memphis, AN
petitioners' attorney whose PUBLIC NOTICE and you are required to serve a $32.16 Tenn. came by Jacksonvilleand

address is P. O. Drawer 1030, copy of your answer or pleadingto his two
Brown, Carl L. 78.63 picked up
Starke Florida, 32091, on or Notice is hereby given that the the Petition on the Cash & Carry Tires Inc 230.65 daughters. Jane and Marsha.
before May 31, 1974, and file the Florida Department of Tran- Petitioner's Attorney CAROL
Childs, Leslie K. 10.61 They came by Brooker on
original with the Clerk of this sportation will hold a public WILD SCOTT 11 West Colonial Florist 36.55 Easter Sunday visiting ExperiencedSewing

Court either before service on hearing at 10:00: A.M. E. D. T. University Avenue, Gainesville, Coopers Nursery & Landscape friends and relatives Including -
immediately on the 29th day of April 1974 in file the
petitioners' attorney or Florida, 32601, and Co. 178.90 Mrs. Mamie Hodges,
thereafter; otherwise the Commissioners' Room of the original answer or pleading in
Crawford, Mitchell G. 21.87 and Mr. and Mrs. Evan
a default may be entered againstyou Bradford County Courthouse, the office of the Clerk of the Machine
Damps, Robert Et AI 64 93 Hodges.
for the relief demanded in Starke, Florida. Circuit Court in and for Bradford
Dougs Sunoco Serv. Stat Mrs. George Lovelace was
the Petition. The hearing is being con County, Florida, on or before c/o W. discharged from North
Douglas Fertig 167.69
WITNESS my hand and the ducted to afford interested May 20, 1974.If .
Dyal, Horace O. 31.66 Florida Regional Hospital on
seal of said Court on April 9, persons the opportunity to you fail to do so judgmentby Edley, Ronald EtAI 37.52 April 13 and is getting along MechanicPaid
1974. express their views concerningthe default will be taken againstyou
Emanuel, Bernard 120.70 well. She had as Easter
removal of the following for the relief demanded in
3 Fla. State Hatcheries 246.94 Sunday guests her sister, Mrs.
{ GILBERTS. BROWN described roads from the State the Petition.
Futch Floyd 816Gay's Bobby Gnann, and children of Vacation Paid Holidays
; As Clerk of said Court Primary System: WITNESS my hand and seal
Home 136.64 Middleburg.
:? By: Beulah M. Moody SR 18, Sections 28040,28060, this 15th day of April, A. D. General Oil Co.Appliance Inc. 30.52 O'Leno State Park was the
j Deputy Clerk 28080, 22.9 miles, from the 1974.
for the Church of God
Lyman Green's Bar-B-Que 69.47 setting Salary Open
: 4/11 4t 52SIN Columbia County Line to SR
:
dinner the
Gnffis, Leslie 41.45 of Prophecy on
100.SR Gilbert S. Brown, Griffis, Purvis 39.00 grounds and egg hunt for the
231, Section 28060, 0.7 Clerk
THE CIRCUIT COURT
kids
Gulf StationBirt Ellington on Easter Sunday.
..EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, miles, from the Alachua County By: Beulah M. Moody 16.03 Among theose attending were

>BRADFORD COUNTY Line to SR 18 in Brooker.SR Deputy Clerk Hawkins, Carl R. 94.28 Mr. and Mrs. Irving Hodge Apply In Person 7:30 A.M. To 4:00 P.M.
227, Section 28060, 4.0 4/18 4t 5/9
,,FLORIDA. Haye's Grocery, c/o Roy and their three daughters.
.:;. miles, from SR 18 to US 301. and
Carroll 86 61 Rhonda, Myra Lynn
File Number -2088 In Probate SR 221, Section 28070, 4.2 Section 1A Karen Sue.
Holley Aaron H. Est 31.66
..' miles, from US 301 south of Independent Life Ins. Co. 9.58J Weare sorry to lose Mr. and Vogue: Manufacturing Co

'ilN RE: ESTATE OF OURANIA Hampton to US 301 north of INVITATION FOR BIDS &J Roofing 14.53 Mrs. Thomas Richardson and

,4LAINAS, Deceased Hampton.SR Johnson, Bertha 3.98 children, who moved away 710 S Water St. Starke Fla.
21, Section 28090 3.4 1 1A-01 Invitation to Bidders: Kelly Clifford 38.78 last week.

FINAL NOTICE miles, from the Clay County Line Kirkland, Charles W. 15.51 Sympathy is extended to the
north of Melrose to the Clay Notice is hereby given that the
Kite, L.J. 355.06 family of Mrs. Alice Thomas
:! Notice is hereby given that the County Une south of Keystone City of Starke Florida will receive Lee,Johnnie A., Sr. 19.91 of Jacksonville, who died

.;undersigned has filed a final Heights.SR sealed bids in the City Lee's Fish Market 7.18 recently. Funeral serviceswere

accounting, has completed the 230, Section 28050, 3.8 Council Chambers, City Hall, Longhorn Rest. 351.54 held at Dedan Cemeteryon IR

:administration of this estate, and miles, from US 301 in Starke to Starke Florida, until 7:00: p.m. Lord Ernest 14.53 April 16. ,

that after publication of this the Clay County Line. o'clock on the 7th day of May, Massey Service Station 21.76

notice, once each week for four SR 16, Section 28030, 9.2 1974, for construction of the McCutchen Sam 18.42McfVillian Mrs. Ethel Russ spent the

consecutive weeks, application miles from the Union County Reno and Dalewood Area Sew- M. G. 42.61 Easter holidays with friends satisfied

.;will be made to the Circuit Court Une to US 301 in Starke. erage. Then in the Council Millsaps.Joe L. 9.64 and relatives in Donalsonville,

yin and for this county for approval SR 225, Section 28110 8.1 Chambers, all bids will be pub- New Method Cleaners 82.89 Ga. and also in Gainesville.Mrs. .

; of the accounting and for miles, from SR 16 to the Clay licly opened read aloud and Nugent Electric 90.37 Juanita Mikell and A. ,

J:final discharge of the undersignsd. County Line. recorded. Reid James A. 90.37 daughter, Donna, of Branford '

Objections, if any, This hearing is being con- Above construction will be located Starke Appliance Service 41.02 were vlsitng her mother, Mrs. 8

should be filed with this Court. ducted in compliance with the in the Northwest and Startite Motel 17.96 Mamie Markham in Lake

1969 Florida Statutes, Chapter Northeast area of the City of Strawberry Patch Shop 34 81 Butler last Friday. Paul. Sherry _

SOUTHEAST FIRST BANK 335.02 and Chapter 335.040 as Starke, Florida. Tuck's Drive Inn-lnv. 8 51 Johnny and I stopped by and ,

OF JACKSONVILLEBy amended in 1970 and 1972.J. This project consists of addi- Underwood Motel 63.94 visited awhile.Birthdays.

: Richard C. Weimer tions to the municipal sewerage Unity Cafe 7.18 : Jeanette

Vice President and D. Ward system consisting of, but not Williams, Larry Florist 54.68 Prescott, April 19; Paul

Trust OfficerAs District Engineer limited to: (la) installation of approximately Wllliford,Joseph 390.53 Prescott April 20; Inez

Executor of the Last Florida Departmentof 7200 feet of 8-inch Wilson,Jimmy 26.76 Green April 27.

Will and Testament of Transportation vitrified clay sewer pipe and appurtenances Wilson,William C. 685 Prayer List: Mrs. Eva _

Ourania Lainas Deceased 4/182t 4/25 (b) installation of Wise. Ralph& Rebecca 964 Harrell and Pitt Baxter.

4/4 4t 4/25 two ((2)) package type submersible Mallard Trans. Co. 6.74

NOTICE OFAPPLICATION sewage pumping station, (Ic) Trailer Train Co. ustoerSJ2UP
5020
FOR installation of approximately 120 Mr and Mrs. H. M. Mott CMembers
JN THE CIRCUIT COURT, Trailer Train Co. 222.44
; Tallahassee
and family ot
TAX DEED feet of 6-inch force main, force
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Trailer Train Co. 666.21 their
vlsitng parents,
main encasement, and were
:FLORIDA, IN AND FOR BRAD- appurtenances Trailer Train Co. 139 98
Mr and Mrs. H. H. Mott,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, and (dl) approximately
:FORD COUNTY. that Isham Wilson the holder of 1700 feet of 4-inch force main Trailer Train Car Co. 2,365.68 Easter Sunday.Mr. Of The Starke Recreation Dept
Wigeon Company 5.31
Russell
the following certificates has and appurtenances.All and Mrs.
Wilson Car Lines
CIVIL ACTION 8.11
filed said certificates for a tax) work performed shall be in Thornton and children of

' deed to be issued thereon The accordance with the plans, Starke visited their grand- Youth League
J. R. Kelly, Tax) Collector
Case: No. 74-97
mother, Mrs. Nellie Pringle,
certificate numbers and years of specifications and contract
issuance the description of the documents pertaining thereto, Bradford County, Florida and their Aunt Emma in
;iln Re: The Marriage of RALPH.R. 1t 4/25 Lakeland last Saturday. Will Take Orders
property, and the names in which may be examined at the For
GOODMAN husband and
,
MARTHA. GOODMAN wife which it was assessed are as office of the City Clerk, Starke, NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
follows: Florida, and at the office of Bes- REGISTER

, NOTICE OF SUIT- Certificate No. 51, Year of sent Hammack & Ruckman, FICTITIOUS NAME SCHOOL NEWS Sherry Shampoo &
, Issuance, 1972.Description Inc., Consulting and Design en- Kindergarten registrationfor

; NO PROPERTY of Property: Com. gineers. 2000 Corporate Square Pursuant to Section 866.09 next year will be held

420ft, N from SE Cor of SW 1/4 Boulevard, Jacksonville, Florida Florida Statutes, notice is Wednesday through Friday:.
:TOMARTHA GOODMAN of SW 1/4 and run W 115', N 32216. Plans and specificationsmay hereby given that the un- May 13. The school office will Drix Multi Purpose

* YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDhat 50'. E 115', S 50', to POB, Sec. be purchased from Bes- dersigned John Beckett, P. O. be open until 6 p.m. on
21, T6S. R-22-E. sent Hammack & Ruckman Thursday for anyone who was
Florida
Box 353, Starke, 32091,
action for dissolution of
) an Name in which assessed, Inc., for the sum of $20.00 per doing business under the firm not able to come during the Cleaner
has been filed
/namage against Josephine Blerson. set. The cost of one set of plans name of "BECKETT'S regular day.Children .
MARTHA GOODMAN endyou
you All of said property being in and specifications will be refundable TRANSFER", P. O. Box) 353, must be five years

are required to serve a copy the County of Bradford, State of to contractors who Edwards Road, Starke, Bradford old on or before January 1 in

iOf your written defenses if any Florida. submit bona fide bids, upon return County, Florida 32091, intendsto order to be registered. A birth
to it, on the plaintiff's attorney, Unless such certificate or in good condition within ten register said fictitious name certificate will be needed I Sat. April 27,1974Your I
and address is
whose name certificates shall be redeemed ((10)) days after bid opening.A under the provisions of aforesaid along with evidence of Im-
DUDLEY P. HARDY, p. O.
according to law the property bid Bond properly executed statute. munization and physical

Drawer 1030, Starke, Florida described In such certificate or by the Bidder and by a qualified John Beckett, sold owner. examination. The necessary Support Of This Worth While Project

32091. and file the original with certificates will be sold to the Surety,or a certified or cashier's Dated this 25th day of Apnl forms may be picked up at the
the clerk of the above styled check National State school office or health Will Be Appreciated
highest bidder at the court on any or A. 0. 1974 at Starke, Rorida.
court on or before May 26, 1974; house door on the 20th day of Bank, in a sum not 1 leas than five 4/254tp 5/16 department.

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5fi77ltpFOR laneous Sat. April and 27th odd 9 to furniture 4. 964- FOR RENT 12' wide mobile- BRASINGTON $ SAVE5FRED $2698 YOUNG
WANTED homes outside city limits. J. CADILLAC-OLDSMOBILE
-- ---
-
----- k- J B. White. Ph. 9646114. If no t 5AMCS&SERVICE DAVIS PLUS TAX & TAG 1.1Q Vacuum Cleaners

SALE: 1966 14' fiberglass answer call 964-8775. tfchg. Fine selection of Used Cars '\
GMC TRUCKS \ o
Taken On Cadillac Trades
boat, 40 horse and
motor and --------- -- BUICK PONTIAC"A s Shampooers
2001 N.VV.lSth 378-5301
trailer. 468-1205 after 5
p.m.
LITTLE
Itp WANTED To FOR RENT: Furnished RIDE CAN 117 N. WALNUT ST. 964-8787
: lease
or to lease cottage
GAINESVILLE SAVE YOU A LOT" TF
--------- Also furnished
--- with option to buy, 1 year. 3 and un- GREEN COVE SPRINGS"* STARKE FLA.
FOR SALE: 2 registered Angus t bedroom;>> den, dining room, furnished apartments. W. H.
Nollman. SEE THE ALL NEW KIRBY NOW ON DISPLAY.
Bulls. 2 and 2 1/2 years old. living room. No children. Ro- tfchg. WE SERVICE ALL MAKES VACUUM CLEANERS
$500 each. 468-1129. 2t 4/25 bert L. Schneider, Director of ------------

------------ Mfg Cadillac Uniform Co. [! "J(1C:1( :
9645090. Itchg. FOR RENT: Two bedroom Two Months
TV Color picture house 307 N Church St.
tubes
only ---- TREE
-
SERVICEALL
-
$79 plus labor, Dahmer!I ----- Inquire at 314 N. Church St. Free Rent!

DIscount. tfchg. Itp TYPES TREE: WORK
OLINS MOBILE HOME SALESHWY.
-
---
--
------ BULLDOZIER LAND
WANTED -' Used furniture CLEARINGCOMPLETELYINSURED BRADFORD PCZFl13 E3uoi 100 W, PH. 964-5606
FOR SALE: Pigs $20 and up. refrigerators, washers Dah FOR RENT: NEW ADULT AND LICENSED ;i; "Vijf."l Ul' '
Also hogs ready to butcher.Ph. PARK Quiet *
mer's Discount House nice people no PARK (9
tfchg
9645760. Itp outside pets. No children FREE ESTIMATES -
]
MOBILE
HOME LOTS ONA
376-4551 LARGE SELECTION OF
------------ under 16. BRADFORD PARK 24 YEARS EXPERIENCE PRE-OWNED &
1757 N. Temple 964-5988 JAX 768-8522 YEARLY LEASE YOU 4222 NW 13th St. REPOSSESSED HOMES IN GOOD
FOR SALE: 6 by 9 linoleum Btchg 4/25 GET 12 MO. FOR THE
AUTOMOBILES OR STARKE 964-9935 Gainesville CONDITION AT A REASONABLE PRICE
$3.50,9 by 12 $5.98 12 by 12 |
PRICE OF 10 MO.
------------ $30.00MO TF
$11.95 and 12 by 15 $1494 12 TP 6/27
USED FOR RENT: Vacancy Bradford $300.00
YR
CITY
up. DAHMERS DISCOUNT Village Apt. For Info. call ..
tfchfl. Strout Realty Inc., Reg. SEWER WATER ELEC. .a rllll r
------------ FOR SALE: 1965 Pontiac
La Broker. 2117 N. Temple Ave. Adult Park STARKE BUILDERSA
LOTS-Zoned for mobile homes Mans Sport, many new parts, Ph. 9646609. tfchg. Adult Mobile Long ChampHome

and houses. Several subdivisions beautiful condition' Ph. 5332914ttp 9645988HWY t COMPLETE BUILDING SERVICE

to choose from. Only Home ParkIN 301 NORTH and PHONE 964-527O 219 E WASHINGTON ST
$95 down. Monthly -- ---------
paymentsto CITY LIMITS S3O A MONTH 1757 N. TEMPLE 'Building MaterialsWE STARKE FLA
suit
your budget. Ph. 468- HOUSES FOR SALE
FOR SALE I
1551 or 9648331. ftchg : 69 Mercury Marquis WALK TO NEIGHBORHOOD BUILD Congoleum Shinyl Vinyl"THE
V8 station Runs
wagon. good, GROCERY AND NEW NO WAX FLOOR" M EQ
good condition JIMMY MOORE'S $
PS AC. YOUR PLANS OR OURS .
---------- *
-
Good tires. Call 372-3783 or SHOPPING CENTER COMPLETELY INSTALLED COMPARE AT S6 50P
9645673. $995 1tp Brooker Two new homes NO PETS TF Sun SportsMORE YOUR LOT OR OURS" R SQ YD
FOR SALE: Registered Angus
Bull J. B. White. ------------ Hampton Home on 1/2 acre JO-LU COURT BOAT FOR FREE ESTIMATES Beautifully SculpturedHI

Phone 964-6114 or 964-8775. FOR SALE: 1972 VW Sedan, Lake Butler old farm U.S. 301 SOUTH YOUR MONEY TF REMODELING REPAIRS LOW NYLON
Lake Butler
Canal lot
tfchg. top condition. Ph. 4681420. STARKE PH 964-5791 MANY COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM EXCEEDS
Starke 2 BR house$8.800Starke PHONE 964-8810 ADDITIONS
Ask for Mike. Itp FHA SPECIFICATIONS COMPLETELY $6'97

------------ ------------ 290 acres in pasture COMPLETE OUTBOARD & HOMES BOUGHT' SOLD INSTALLED OVER RUBBER PADDING PER SO YD
and timber, part fenced.
FOR SALE 1973 Pontiac STERN DRIVE SERVICE TRADED Shag
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School Board Dismisses Rue Union CountJ's .






Postpones Decision On Clark



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LAKE BUTLER Mem- "Did you witness the bandas to purchase new uniforms and Most damaging testimonycame Questioned as to whether or

bers of Union County School they played during the that he knew of no request by when Bates called Lake not he had ever purchased any
Board voted 4-1 for dismissalof school year?" Bates asked. Rue for funds for the band Butler Elementary School new music for the band Rue

Band Director Richard Rue "Yes"\ replied Tylk, "at all other than possibly for new Principal Martha Riherd to said that most of the music

during a special hearing given of the football games." Bates uniforms. the witness stand and Mrs. was there when he came five

the band director Tuesday lines of questioning then During the course of his Riherd testified that Rue's years ago and that during the !-

night to hear charges filed followed what Tylk thought of testimony later during the lesson plans were not only year he was allocated a

against Rue by School Super- the band's performance and hearing Rue stated that there delinquent, but inadequate as budget he had purchasedsome
intendent James Cason. raised an immediate objectionfrom were indeed five and not three well. sheet music, but that

The meeting, lasting until Marable. levels of scoring for bands "Those lesson plans are dueon this past year the music books

nearly 1 a.m. Wednesday, "We are hearing testimonyfrom entering competition includ- Thursday afternoon or that were ordered by him did

drew a capacity crowd and this witness on the ing superior, excellent, good, Friday morning at my schoolor not arrive. Rue claimed, and 'lA
was moved from the regular band's performance and not fair, and average. they are delinquent," Tylk did not dispute, that the +hY Wk !

board room to the second floorof on the charge of the band's Rue also testified that he testified Mrs. Riherd. "Mr. order was found in the files at

the county courthouse and failure to enter competition," was marching with his band in Rue's lesson plans usually are the high school and the order I a '
the chambers of the county Marable said.Crawford the horse parade this past not given to me until never submitted. Rue said 1 at rr

court as the Board assumed a again advised by year on the date that he should sometime Monday morningand that it would have been too '

quasi-judicial role. In hearingthe Carroll, sustained the objection have attended the meeting to they are not complete. He late by the time the books
evidence presented, the and Tylk was asked to make application for the bandto submits only one lesson plan arrived for them to have beenof t; 4 4I

Board acted both as judge and testify further on why the enter competition and that for four different grades and any value to this year's L ?

jury.Both. band did not enter com- he had made written application school board policy calls for a students. : I

Cason and Rue came to petition. asking that the lesson plan for each grade to Bates, however, brought
the hearing represented by forms for the bands entry into be submitted." Dunavant back to the stand I 'r
said the
legal counsel, Cason havingwon Tylk during and courseof Bates'poignant competition be sent to him in When Bates asked Mrs. end Dunavant testified that t
Board approval duringthe his testimony the mail. Rue said that he Riherd the question, "Does only within the past few weeks
Board's last regular questioning, that he never received the forms Mr. Rue have any time allotedto had he occasion to order bookson ( I dr'
had told Rue he would like to
session for the use of school necessary for entrance into prepare lesson plans?" a Thursday and they werein
board funds to be used to pay have the band. partitipate in competition."We Mrs. Riherd replied, "He has his office the following r' *Jd1r

his attorney. Cason was represented competition.Questioned the of entered competition in as much time as any of my Monday, although Dunavantsaid N r
by Attorney C. on point the 71-72 school year in both other teachers." the normal time delay kgQ
whether or not there were any When Rue took the stand order for ,,
Valentine Bates of Gaines- marching and concert com- he after placing an
ville. Rue's counsel, Stanley funds made available to and the petition," Rue testified. The stated that he felt his work books during the school year
band for to
Marable. came from Tampa, transportation school provided no funds at with the children came before was in the neighborhood of
from competitions, Tylk the time the band entered the paper work and that he did two weeks.

Fla.Board Attorney Wayne testified that the band parents competition. "I was workingwith not have enough time with all Marable posed the question
have
Carroll acted as legal advisorto band boosters group a country music show at his other duties, including before the Board of where ,,"
the Board during the courseof their own funds, although he that time and received $50 instrument repairs, to submitthe were the other leaders of the .. .

the proceeding as well as could give no reason why from each performance and plans on time, but that he band in the school system? :: ': '
:,
keeping the hearing within the funds booster were not provided for travel by these were the funds that we had submitted each plan Bates objected to the I c {" .'
the to
confines of agreed upon group this used to go to competition," although they were often late. question on the ground that >::':" .\ I
and explaining competition year. Rue said. Rue said his "I have a two hour block of the other instructors, ;
procedure legal logistics and the basis When asked for why such it was requests for school funds for time on Thursdays," Rue irregardless of their interestor l ... l + .

and merit of each of the at- necessary a group as transportation were denied. said, "and I have to use one lack of interest in the band
torney's objections as they the band boosters to pay for Rue said that during the hour of that to write lesson program, were not before the Miss Diane Bridgeman was the choice for "Miss Union County High" Beauty pageant with

arose before Board ChairmanRay the transportation costs of competitions the band entered plans." board for a hearing. Bates Miss Ella Mae Maxwell Union's Homecoming Queen, taking first runner up (Cl4.'rtl) and :Miss
the band
Crawford.A taking to competitionTylk they were rated with a "3" Bates produced a letter of contended that the dwindlingof Charlene Jones won second runner up position. (Photo by A. DeArntond)
said "We cannot for
full record of the proceeding field and extra curricular pay rating, explaining that there reprimand from Cason to Rue the bands number of
trips both numerical and dated for this March and evidence of the
was hopefully kept by two were past players was
activities out of the school
doubtful looking tape funds." worded grading systems. Rue said that he was amazed poor leadership in question.The Car Stolen Found By FHPLAKE

recorders that necessitated asked if he knew why "We were dropped one when he received the letter objection was sustainedby ,
frequent tape changes and Tylk, mark below our actual score and that it was the first such Crawford.The .
Rue did not enter the band into
in the marching competition letter he had received in five fourth charge lodged
interruptions in testimony. competition this year, said BUTLER .- A Lake southwestern section of Union vehicle's registrationnumber
Marable filed two motions that Rue had told him they because I couldn't afford a years in the school system. against Rue by Cason was the Butler man found himself County. James made the was issued by thesheriff's

into the record and reservedhis were not invited to compete. stop watch to time our mat Marable pointed to the fact failure to implement a choral facing arraignment before arrest with assistance from department to all

opening statement as the During cross examinationby ching and we went 10 secondsover that Rue was not the only group although Rue receiveda County Judge A. L. Driggers Union County Deputy D. L. area law endorsement

hearing got underway shortly Marable, Tylk was asked, ," Rue said. teacher's name on the three $300 supplement for the job. Tuesday after being apprehended Cochran. agencies. Cochran also said
Rue also stated that he had lists issued from Dunavant's Head football Coach Jack
after 8 p.m. Marable based his that the department's investigation -
"Do you remember the Lake behind the wheel ofa Union County deputies were
first objection on the hearing never been told by anyone office as reminders for Jones testified that he was had revealed that
Butler Riding Club's Horse car belonging to Mrs. Cassie called to the Pearce home 3
itself alleging that Rue was Parade of this past year?" directly that the band shouldor delinquent lesson plans, but present to keep order among Pearce. p.m. Monday afternoon when Golden had been seen drivingthe

not given a full 10 days after "Yes," Tylk replied."Is was expected to compete, that Rue was the only teacher students during a choral Eddie Golden was charged Mrs. Pearce returned home car prior to the time of his
receiving notice of the hearing nor had his students expressed being dismissed on the basisof concert held as part of the arrest by Trooper James and
itnot a fact that the date with larceny of a motor from attending a funeral to
before the proceeding was any desire to enter delinquent lesson plans.On schools Christmas program Ccchran.
that the parade was held was vehicle and is being held in find her beige colored 1967
the of Rue'sfailure which three selectionswere
actually held. the date that Rue was to have competition.Under question during Union County Jail on $2,000 Valiant missing from her "We really appreciatedJames'
In a second objection gone to the meeting and made re-cross by Bates, to provide for sung by the group under bond. A defender was driveway. Mrs. Pearce told help on this one,"
moved for the disqualification Rue testified when asked why leadership for the band Rue Rue's direction. public
;Marable application for the band to him the officers, Cochran and Cochran said, "the car wasn'tgone
appointed represent
there tubas or said, "If I had not Jones said that there
of the entire were no provided was so
from its owner for even a
in competition, when he to trial the Chief Deputy A. A. Sweat that
compete on
,
goes
school board due to the great Marable asked. "That could trombones in the band the leadership, there would be no much noise from the students charge. the theft must have occurred full day."
and he went into com- band that he couldn't hear the
of the now.
notoriety case years
have been, Tylk replied. Golden driving the sometime between the hoursof
was seen
that he not Rue at- music and believed it due
called for each member to ul- petition, was was repeatedly was
Bates then called Cason to about 7 and 2:30 when have
Pearce vehicle p.m. noon : p.m. "Success is when you
timately do some soul search- allowed to teach any begin- tacked for the bands apparent to the students embarrass-
the stand and Cason said that Florida she returned from the funeral.
ing to decide if he might have ning band students during the inability to play the Star ment over the program Monday night by your name in everything: but
he had made calls to R. S. Cochran stated that
phone Highway Patrol Trooper an all
been previously influenced in 70-71 school year and he did Spangled Banner in a manner presented. During cross the telephone book.LarryKingTheTermopolis
find out about the band intersection of bulletin
any decision he might reach not have players for the in that Tylk and Dunavant could examination by Marable James at the points detailing a (Wyo.)
and found that in the of the
and SR-239 and
competing no SR-121 description car the
by telephone calls from constituents invitation that struments. appreciate, although both Jones admitted that his Independent Reef",'I.

or public pressures all of the was bands necessary in the ,state Bates brought out the point men denied having any musical expertise was less
that the band has dwindled musical with the than that of harmonica
prior to the meeting. expertise,
received applications to both of these had been presented, majority either for dismissalor before 1 a.m.
from 55 in 1969 to its of Dunavant who Dunavant and that the
Both objections were pieces exception playing
marching and concert compe- the Board appeared to surprise retention of the teacher. Rue would make no com-
current level of 27 when asked if he had and noise of the
overruled by Crawford, after participating any hissing the
titions. Carroll. Dukes asked to be allowedto ment after hearing
hearing advice from Carroll. Cason, also testifying under high school specialized knowledge in students had only been Carroll posed the questionfirst make a statement before board's decision other than to

Each member of the Board oath, said that the band had students. Rue explained that music replied, "I blow theharmonica" prevalent during the first part as to whether or not it the hearing and said, "A good say, "We will go further."
he had out of the which
stated they felt they could not entered competition but sent questionnairesto program during was necessary for the board to many teachers could be Marable said, "We will haveto
other schools in the district Rue testified when Jones said ".,,.I eliminated
unbiased
and ,
make a fair
once in the period that Rue deliberate in public or if they charged with delinquentlesson wait and see which way to
sometime and found that Questioned the matter of three men.
judgment in the case based on ago on young "
had been the band directorand should be and plans and if this man is
sequestered
go.
each of the other schools had the of the national The
what they would hear as playing charge
this was a competition for presented both Bates and Marable ad- dismissed on the charges that Crawford had no commentsto
music teachers in anthem that the when Marable
evidence during the course of concert and the band had qualified arrangementhe vised that they deliberate in we have heard tonight then we make and most of the board
the lower grades and a feeder used was one that was of Rue's contract in
the proceeding. copy
never entered into a marching public in view of recent are laying ourselves open to members left the court room
for students at the school when he which it that
program wishingto provided was stipulated
competition.In rulings by the supreme courton one of the strongest teacher immediately following the
enter the band in the higher arrived and one he was told the $300 supplement could be
Attorney Bates called Union answering the questionon other board's actions and organizations that any county hearing without comment.
the had the basis of
grades. community requested.Rue adjusted
County High School Principal competition Cason gave the on any cases. has ever seen." "This is a hell of a way to
"You cannot have a steady said that he made several work that not .
was performed.It
James Tylk as Cason's first board an outline of the scoring Carroll next questioned the Dukes received an immediate have to do things and gives no
of band students in the to also noted
witness and let it be known methods used stating that supply changes arrangement was by Board as to whether or not round of applause one any pleasure," Cason
without feeder or make it easier for the studentsto Marable that testified to
a program Tylk wished to wait until
early in his opening statement there were only three ratings, they a from the audience filled with said.
without allowed to teach after asked him student
being play Tylk the fact that the choir
tnat ne intended to call witnesses superior, excellent, and good."I later meeting date to decide teachers and students. Cason
on each of the four don't see how a school could beginners, Rue said. earlier in the school year if he program as a part of the the issue, but a poll of the said later that Dukes' was a

charges filed against Rue. lose if they compete and then had ever heard the tune in a curriculum was dropped at members by Crawford prepared statement and that I CorrectionThe I
different than the of the
Tylk gave testimony during come home and tell the folks Administrative supervisor arrangement very beginning revealed each was ready to quite probably he had
the he school when
this first of several appear they were rated good," Cason George L. Dunavant was one was currently year only eight vote.It someone else write it for him,
ances in the witness box on the testified. Cason also said that called as a witness for Cason using. students registered for the was at this point that "I hope you quote him,"

charge that the Union County he felt all school programswere when the charge of Rue's activity. Board Member Donald Dukes Cason said, "so that he can Telegraph wishes to

High School Band has not given adequate fundingand failure to submit lesson planson During the course of his When both sides had put forward a motion to retain become spokesman for the apologize for the incorrect

entered into competition in the that there was "....no time came before the testimony Rue stated that presented their closing Rue and it died for lack of a teacher, that's what he listing of funds to be withheld

past several years while Rue problem with funds if the band hearing. during his five years tenure he statements, Bates, calling for second before the Board couldbe wants." from the Parks and Recre-

has been its director. wanted to go to competition." had received a budget only Rue's dismissal and claimingto informed by Carroll, that in Ray Powell when asked by ation Department Budget by

Under cross examination Dunavant testified that Rue during one year in which he have presented good and this instance, their decision Carroll for his vote on the the City of Lake Butler as

Bates questioned Tyle on Marable asked Cason if he was often late with lesson received $1,000 for the band sufficient cause in accordancewith would not require a motion, question said, "On the basis of reported in last weeks issue.

what part a band plays in knew what condition the plans and three memorandums and that some $500 of that had Florida statutes and Dukes, after the board the evidence we have heard The City will deduct $2000 and

overall school spirit and band's uniforms were in and on which Rue's name been taken back by the Marable reciting from the reached their decision, when here tonight, I can only vote not $5500 from its contributionto

community relations with the when the uniforms were was listed with numerous previous principal when copy of the Union County asked if the statement was for dismissal." Thomas the PRO. The error came

school. Tylk answered that the purchased, as well as where other teachers were produced, money got short.According School Boards own policy prepared said, "I can only say Mobley "Dismissal ; about due to a transposing of
band played a tremendousrole the funds came from. Cason marked and entered into to Rue the only handbook stating that there that I heard each of the Crawford, "Dismissal;" the figures at the time the in-

in providing good public said that some six or possibly evidence that on three occasions financial support the band got were only six charges under charges before I came into Morris Dobbs, "Dismissal;" formation was given to the
relations within the school and seven years ago the band Rue was delinquentwith was from the band boosters which a teacher under tenure this hearing." Dukes, "Retain;" and the Telegraph's reporter by a city
the community. boosters had raised the funds his lesson plans. organization of band parents. could be dismissed and none but rather a vote of the voting was over at 15 minutes employee.



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