Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 16, 1974
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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'r i i, The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven

Vol.05 STAKKE, FLORIDA 15 Cents
No. 43 Thursday May 18,1 1971) Copy

MarketTo Produce Union Hospital Closes Doors Monday,

Open Officials Discuss Possible Reopenine

MaySO ., ., ..IL

May 30 is the day set to LAKE BUTLER -

open the Starke Farmers Letters and telephone calls

Retail Produce Market at Building Permits from the public to the

the Starke State Farmers governor's office, back-to-

Market to open from 4-7 back emergency meetingsof

I p.m., according to Market the Union County Com

j Manager Bob Allen. Total $500,000Here mission Emergency

, Medical Care Committee,
The market will
I open and the Hospital Board of
again Saturday, May 31,
Trustees and
1 starting at 10 a.m. and finally a
In meeting of members of all
closing at 4 p.m. AprilNew
the groups were part of a
; "Most all spring crops day long backlash Tuesday
should be in by May 30 in some construction permits almost reach a half million resulting from the closureof
this is
degree different, type although year and a lot of a for April in Bradford County, according to figures Union General Hospital
stuff will come later than 'j released by Zoning Director L. M. Gaines on Monday, Monday morning. It is

normal," commented Allen. May 13.Fifty. unknown when, or if, the
Item that should be availableare building permits were issued during the month hospital will
tomatoes, corn, beans, P totaling $488,900 for all types of construction in the
taken the
The action
peas, squash, cucumbers, by
okra and possibly eggs. unincorporated areas of Bradford County trustees Monday, to close the
"The farmer can sell Gaines said that his office hospital came as a surprise to
anything he produces as far as had issued 9 permits for single both staff and the community.
we are concerned," stated Richard family residential units Tuesday, with its contorted
Allen. amounting fo $253,500; 33 schedule of four sudden called
There was a meeting May 7 M1 Ia permits totaling $180,700 for meetings within meetings
of about 30 farmers that planto Crews mobile homes; one permit for provided even more of a
participate in the market industrial construction surprise when two groups of
with a good response coming amounting to $43.000 and 7 doctors from within the state
from consumers in town. permits totaling $11,700 for owned prisons in the county
The market day originallywas Dies repairs, additions or offered their aid in helping to
set for May 9, but dry ,a alterations to existing re-open the hospital and
weather and late frosts buildings. provide medical staffing

delayed vegetable crops, r Total construction for the First offer of help came
making a postponement l FridayRichard year beginning January 1 now during an early morning
necessary, according to amounts to $1,669,815. For the special session of the com-
County Agent Bobby Taylor.He Crews, 20, Brad four month period 37 permits mission during which Dr.
also noted that higher food ford County's most recent totaling $803,200 have been Eduardo Carcia ot Florida
prices have motivated many recipient of a transplanted issued for single family State Prison's Reception and
persons to plant their own kidney, died of sudden residential units; 112 permits Medical Center told the
gardens this year, making complications Friday mor totaling $568,190 for mobile commissioners and public "I
more vegetables available in ning in Shands Teaching homes 7 permits totaling am a Columbian come to
the county. Hospital 31 days after $103,200 for stores, mercantileand America and now I am an
The consumers will buy at 1, receiving one of his father's industrial buildings, and American. I live in Lake
whatever price that the far- kidneys. 49 permits totaling$195,225 for Butler and I want to help you
mer has marked and the Crews was, until last repairs, additions or in any way I can because the
farmer sells at his own price. LtV Thursday, thought to be alterations to existing people need this hospital."
Prices will be strictly betweenthe progressing favorably after buikiings. A seconil'nlfer came fromE.
grower and the consumer the transplant operation. lie "These figures are for C. Becan. a medical
"We feel that prices will be was placed on a kidney construction permits in the technician with Union
less than the normal retail dialysis machine Thursday un-incorporated areas of the Correctional Institute who
market and it '." afternoon. His father was county and do not include
told the group that he had five
consume ........ _._
construction in Starke
chance for the to present most of the time he doctors waiting to talk with
buy for the freezer," com- Cucumbers roll down a grading machine at the Brooker State Farmer's Market Monday afternoon late. was on the machine, and Hampton", Lawtey and members of the Board and
mented Allen. reported that Richard got no Brooker, Gaines said. trustees about establishing a

sicker than usual. Dialysis group practice in the com-
treatment was expected until munity and staffing the

WeatherPartly Cucumbers Roll At Brooker MarketAfter the function.Mr.transplanted. kidney beganto 2 Arrested hospital medical with specialties.a wide spectrumof

getting off to a slow pano Beach is the packing the market during the period 901 bushels of zucchini Crews left shortly During the past few weeks
cloudy and warmci start the Brooker State company working out of from April 29-May 11. The squash has come in bringing before Richard was to be With) Loot two of the three.doctors in the
weather with isolated In Farmers Market is just Brooker, now the only volume yellow squash sells at about$3 about $3.50 per bushel. taken off the machine, and community have tendered
scattered thunder showers in getting into volume, mainly in vegetable center in Richard is to have
growing per bushel. "We will have bell peppers reported Suspicions of an alert citizenat resignations to the board oi
the afternoons, is the*four da\ squash and cucumbers, according the area. Cucumbers are bringing coming in soon and we will suffered some kind of reaction 2 o'clock in the early trustees. This action was one
forecast Tor this weekend. to Bradford Market Squash has come in with about$4.50 per bushel with 812 follow up with watermelons then. Friday morning he had a morning of Friday, of the factors Trustee
Friday to Monday, accordingto Manager Bob Allen. most volume with 2,221 bushels coming in during the during the first of June," second "reaction", accordingto resulted in the Mallo Chairman W. B. "Buck"
the Division of Forestry. V B. J, Packing .of Pom- bushels being shipped from same period. states Allen.Charges Mrs. Ida Lee Brown, and Starke men for breaking and Lewis said contributed to the
Rainfall in Bradford Count was rushed to the intensivecare entering of Johnson's Farm closing of the hospital.

was heaviest at the .... ... .. .. ... section of Shands. Supply Store, located on East Dr. Bruce Goldstein of the
where total of ; -
towers a 5i>
The hospital called the Brownlee Street, (SR-16)) In National Health Service told
inches fell from May 6 through family and reported that Starke.
Murder .Dismissed the trustees in a meeting this
1.8 inches fell last Monday,
13. Richard intensive
then 1.3 inches Tuesday. Charges was in care. The unidentified, but wide past month that he would be
But before the could
family awake citizen, became leaving with the end of his tour
Friday the highest of any get to Gainesville, the hospital
of the actions of of duty with the health serviceon
tower in one day, 2.0 inches phoned again to say he had suspicious June 30. Goldstein had
two that he noticed
fell New at Louis River Hill.was the next and died.some Death two came hours near after noon the walking men away from Johnson'sStore early told the board that he

2.5 wettest inches tower measured.with a total Thattower's of Against: 8 Raiford Inmates youth tensive had care entered unit. the in- across with their heavy shoulders.bags slung was remaining definitely in the considering community

to establish his
Following his tip-off to the own private
wettest day was last '-'" Heart failure was the only practice. Lewis said Tuesdaythat
Tuesday when ,7 inches fell. Inconsistent statements of occurred on August 5, 1973. pled not guilty to charges of of aggravated information given the family Officer Denton Department DeVoe, Goldstein had said he had
Santa Fe tower measured 1.2 inmate witnesses caused first The group came to be knownas robbery. assault and possession of a through Monday. There was arrested Roosevelt Reed, 27, considered staying but wantedto
inches for the week's period. degree murder charges the Raiford 8. Andrew Jackson King, 44, weapon by a state prisoner no word on whether the and Lenford C. Terry, 23, both further his training in his
.! against the Raiford 8 to be All of the defendants were and Robert James Baxter, 29, against Lemuel Harold transplanted kidney had been of Starke. chosen specialty of pediatricsand
s1hl dismissed Monday,May 13, on black inmates on M and L entered not guilty pleas for Haywood were dismissed on accepted or rejected by youngCrews' The two were apprehendedjust then open a practice at
request of a state prosecutoras wings of the FSP at the time of larceny of motor vehicle. recommendation of the state body a short distance from the some later date.
the Spring Term of Circuit the disturbance which The escape charge against attorney.An "It was a shock to us all, store, near the Seaboard Rail- Dr. Masoud Mohamadi who
riwvy Court opened in Bradford resulted in the stabbing deathof Charles Henry Allen was order for the arrest of said Mrs. Brown, who headeda way tracks. came to Union County this
County. white inmate James E. transferred to the absentee Lynn McKenzie was issued by drive that raised around past December, stormed out
Addressing his remarks to Brown.In docket. The defendant is still the court. The defendant $20,000 to aid the Crews familyin The bags contained merchandise of a hospital board meeting
failed to in court on paying costs of the expensive taken from the store weeks
newly appointed Circuit Judge the arraignment portionof at large. appear three ago after the
Wayne M. Carlisle Monday the day's calendar HermanD. Pleading not guilty to the charges of breaking and operation. valued at about $300 con- board was unable to meet all
morning Assistant State .Moose,36, entered a plea of charge of possession of a entering. Richard's father, Raymond, sisting of cigarettes, candies of his demands, although they
V Attorney Ken Hebert said, "It not guilty on an escape controlled substance was Trials begin June 10 for a retired county road em- and an array of other small 'had scheduled a meeting
is with reluctance that I make charge. Raymond Ridley, 21. those pleading not guilty. (See Page 5) items. before the county commissionto
this request for dismissal of Other Inmates pleading not seek aid in keeping the
charges against these Inmate. guilty on escape chargeswere doctor happy and In the

(. After three con- : Preston Parrish, 31, Child 1 Killed In Car-Train Crashand community..
Lawt yRabies tinuances in this case I feel Joseph W. Pierce, 36, JamesE. Golfstein's offices are
that it would be Improper to Flowers 36, Furman closed this week after he
Clinic bring the state's witnesses Douglas Smith, 25, and Paul The third traffic fatality of Richard Leslie Newman, the impact threw the The train traveled about discharged all of his patients
before a jury. The witnessesare James Newsome.A the year was recorded Friday, Jr., one-year-old son of the vehicle and its passengers 2.600 feet before coming to a from the hospital last Fridayto
Saturday hostile and they have May 10, when a railroad driver of the vehicle that about 120 feet from the point of stop enable him to attend a
May IIat never told the same story written plea of not guiltyon crossing accident claimed the crashed into the Seaboard collision. All of the passengerswere Trooper K G Etheridge, seminar.. Mohamadi closedhis
City Hall twice. In later depositionstaken an auto theft charge life of an infant and three Coast Line locomotive at the thrown from the vehicle. who participated in the inves- office last week and is
:30-11:30 from some of the wit- against George Earl Austin, young people were severely SR-221 crossing one mile northof tigation, said the signal sitting out his notice, up on
nesses, they have changed 42, was entered. injured. Hampton, died as a result of Hit And Run crossing lights were blinkingand May 30, at home. Only Dr.
their stories from what they David William Padgett, 21, the collision, and became the the train lights were on at Vladimir Holowatsch, with
St. Edwards had previously told the grand of Starke, pled not guilty to third person to suffer death on Driver Gets AwayA the time of the collision.In offices in the hospital, has
Church Carnival' jury in bringing the in- breaking and entering and Lawtey Man Bradford County's highways another accident continued to see patients,
dictment. grand larceny.On since the beginning of the hit and run driver succeeded Florida although his contract is up
"Some have changed their charges of breaking and Hit In Head year. in getting away reported by the High with the trustees on May 24.,
Patrol Saturday, May
Fun story as a result of fear from entering, grand larceny and Three passengers, Richard following a minor collision on way 11, Karen Luke on was treated at Holowatsch may take up
other inmates. In prison they possession of stolen property Leslie Newman, 23, Kathleen North Temple Avenue (US- offices in King Memorial
And are required to live a lifestyle Jimmy Virgil Stokes, 40, of And RobbedA Ann Phillips, 17, and Timothy 301)) Sunday, April 28. the Bradford injuries County sustained Hospitalfor in Hospital near the center of
with different set of values Starke, entered a plea of not to the filed and continue
a Lawtey resident was Bruce Newman, 15, were According report accident, town to practicein
highway crossing
Bargains than those of the guilty Police Officer Denton
outside admitted to the Bradford by E. the community.
relieved of his billford containing one mile west of Hampton.The
world," Hebert said. Victoria Claudie Shouppe, hit County Hospital for treatmentof DeVoe, Thomas Richert, 19, of During Tuesday's series of
For all Ag sSaturday On September 7, 1973 a 19, of Starke, pled not guilty on the head$600 with after a being tree limb on, their Injuries sustained in Ozona, Florida, was traveling 1972 Chevrolet, driven meetings an unexpected offerof
Bradford Grand a forgery charge. the 4:40 p.m. accident. north on Temple in the inside by Jessie Taylor Luke, 20, of assistance came from Ca
County Jury Thursday night May 9.
,May 25 Jessie Vernon Griffis, 29, of the
lane of US-301 Alongside Starke southbound John Waters of
was on
had returned indictmentfor Smith to the filed
an Walter "Pete" a According report
1 -llp.m. Starke, pled not guilty
p.m. on Richert in the outer lane, a US-301, when it struck the Jacksonville Dept. of Public
first degree murder Lawtey city councilman, was by Trooper C. R. Cory of the
against Charles Andrew charges( of breaking and at home watching television Florida Highway Patrol, the Chevrolet residence vehicle right side of the 1968 Ford of Safety and V. L, Micheel,
.c--: .., Buchanan, James M. Fields stolen entering property.On and .possession of when he was attacked from 1964 Ford, with its four occupants truck moved ahead and cut Herbert Albert Vansyckel, 18. director of the Eight County
over into the inside lane of of Starke. Emergency Medical Care
Joseph Graier, behind by an unknown was traveling weston
two counts of
(Ht>r ( forgeryand traffic striking Richert's 1973 According to the report filed Committee.
Unmmunitu. Gray, Charles uttering a forgery and a assailant using a green tree SR-221 but failed to stop at
Ford on the right front fender by Trooper K. G. Etheridge, Waters told the group of
Henry, F uird Hicks, Roy of limb as weapon. the railroad crossing where
Mute Hank second case possession of
Lee and M. the causing damages estimated at the Vansyckel vehicle which trustees, commissioners and
sea Van Hook stolen property, Lenford C. After hitting his victim, signals were in operation as
for the kni stabbing death of robber then relieved Smith of the train approached the was traveling west on SR-18. doctors that a private group of
A....... d v. Inmate J..tines E. Brown Terry, 23, pled not guilty his billfold containing the crossing.The $150.The unidentified driver of after stopping for the stop doctors in St. Augustine,
...IO.s. Franr Griffis 21 the residence vehicle kept sign, pulled out onto US-301 in called Inter-Medic, would be
r.....D.Y rr c- during a racial disturbance at Benjamin money and left the house by truck struck the left
the Florida State Prison that and David Leon Sullivan, 18, using the back door. front corner of the locomotive going following the collision. front of the other auto*I (See Page)

.I L .1.

'II (>2 TELEGHAIMI May 1ft, 1971

------. --------- .. ----- "'-------------- ClubThe

f i--; fYlte Jw/ Honored Mrs. Viglione WithLuncheon Is Club Elks will members have of a the social Elks

[ / 114t Saturday p.m. at night the ,Elk's May 18 Lodge., at 8

: Members may bring a; guest.

moot, Society Ga'iIoF, 64- 7608 Mrs. Lex Green entertained ata

.. ,- luncheon and bridge
--------- -U' party
Wednesday afternoon of last
I week at the Woman's Club of
Mrs. Joe Thornton Is Mother Of YearMrs. Hammond -Griffis ll1 Starke honoring Mrs. James ,

Viglione of Binghampton, N .
Joe Thornton was The program was directedby Marriage ToldMs. IJWill tii1EiI Y.Mr. _4' [ t tl
crowned Motheroftheyearat Mrs. Gary Wheeler with and Mrs. Viglione have II/a
the Mother's Day banquet several women of the church Sue Hammond and : N4t'W7 ft1. been visiting their soninlawand l
given by the ladies of the Pine taking part. A Russian ballet Larry Griffis will be united in c1E t daughter, Dr. and Mrs. W
marriage June 8 at 8 at II. Green, at Kingsley Lake I
Level Baptist Church last was presented by the teenage p.m t9gs'' +
Friday evening in the church boys. the home of the prospective for 10 days. 6s
recreation hall. The men of the church groom's father and step- I The 60 guests were seated at
The long banquet I tables served the 100( ladies and their mother, Mr. and Mrs. George card tables centered with
were centered with a garlandof daughters attending.Mrs. Griffis in Starke. spring bouquets of mums,
ivy interspersed with led Thornton was crowned The ceremony will be sweet peas, stock and baby's
and white gladioli and red with a silver tiara encrusted conducted by Rev. W. J. ,..,r breath in crystal containers. ReddishBarnhillEngagement
candles. The head table was with pearls and rhinestones as Thornton. I J Following the luncheon
centered with an arrangementof she was nominated Mother-! ,. bridge was played at 13 tables. Told
red and white gladioli and of-th(>-Year. She was also Archie Green of Miami +.-( Prizes were awarded to Mrs.L. .
carnations. presented with a long stemmed spent the weekend with his N. Pickering, first; Mrs. J.
mother Mrs. L. J. Green. D. Odom Jr. second Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Orin Reddish, ,
1 rose and a plaque. II71-75! Starke Junior Woman's Club officers (l-r) are :Mrs. ;
Judy Goodowns." president; Mrs. Itobcrt Autry. secondice- B. Terwillegar, Jr., low and Jr. of Lake Butler announce

I ._.__. I president; Mrs. John Smith, secretary and :Mrs :Marty Mrs. William Glover, bingo. the approaching marriage of

... . .: Payne, treasurer sunburst Highlighting the stage was a their daughter Barnhill Geraldine of to MartinNorman
arrangement of Gary Knight son
Doors Open Mondtiy Downfovrri 9 A.M. Suburban Stores J 0 A.M spring flowers. Mr. and !Mrs. A. K. Barnhill of
Mrs. Charles GoodownsIs Assisting in serving were Jacksonville Beach. Engagement ToldThe

Mrs. Curtis Sanders, Mrs. G.
Junior Woman Of Year J. McGriff, Jr., Mrs. W. B. Miss Reddish is presently Rev and Mrs. Aaron U.
Marlin: Jr. of Kinsey an-
Mundy, Miss Norman Canova employed with the Union
Mrs. Charles Goodowns was Spengler and Mrs. Sherrod and !Mrs Peggy Shaller. Correctional Institution in nounce the engagement of
their daughter, June toJames
selected club woman of the Hamilton. She also introduced Raiford.Mr. .
year and Mrs. Robert Autry special guests, past presidentsof Mrs. Wayne Wynn 11111011orman!; Jr.
of Mrs Joyce !Norman; of
named "President's Choice'at the club, Miss Lillian Barnhill is employedwith son
the annual banquet and In- Stump Mrs. Lester Crews, New President Of the Jacksonville Beach Campbi'llton and !Mr and
MotIjeI Mrs. J. M. !Norman; Sr. of
stallation services
of the Mrs. W. E. Dowhng Miss Police Department.The
Junior Woman's Club of Melissa Rutledge, past- Beta Sigma Phi wedding will be an Starke.
Starke at the Garden president of Little Women and event of May 25 at 7 p.m in the Alter graduating. from Ash-
Restaurant Saturday night. Mrs. Eugene Tanner newly Mrs. Wayne Wynn was First Baptist Church in ford High School, Miss Martin
May 11.Each. elected president of the senior installed as president of the Raiford.All attended George C.'allace
received a silver club local Gamma Theta Chapterof friends and relatives are Community College where bin-
serving tray. Mrs. Charles Goodowns Beta Sigma Phi sorority cordially invited to attend. completed 1 a course in cosme
Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton, out- presented special awards and when the members met tology. She is employed with

going president of the presented Mrs. J. C. Dukes a Monday, May 13, at the homeof Ashford Beauty Shop.
Woman's Club of Starke Mrs. Gene.Cox Bedford nJoJmSIlItl.U IOOst'f : Mr. Norman graduatedfrom
silver dish for our outstandingwork on
Dresses Coordinates Pants & Tops installed the following of- during the past Lake. :MY. HO Bradford I High School) i
The annual Reddish I Family and is employed with his uncleon
ficers Mrs.
: Charles The U-shaped banquet table Other new officers are Mrs.
Handbags Jewelry Goodowns, president; Mrs. was centered by two candel- Verl Best, vice-president; Reunion is set Sunday, May Saunders Ranch in Camp-
James K. Smith first vice- abras entwined with ivy and Miss Mary Sue Underhill, 26, at the Union Primitive bellton. He is also affiliated

LingerieHJoto president; Mrs. Robert Autry, pink carnations. Down the recording secretary; Mrs. Baptist Church. with the Florida Army
held the
second vice-president; Mrs. length of the long tables were Gary Waters, corresponding The reunion is !National; Guard.
John Smith secretary; Mrs.. strands of ivy interspersedwith secretary; Mrs. Grady fourth Sunday In May. The wedding will be June 22
Marty Payne, treasurer.Mrs. pink carnations and Overstreet, treasurer, and Friends of relatives of the late at II pm. at :Ml. Calvary
J. C. Dukes recalled burning tapers. Mrs. Arthur Patray, extension Drew Reddish are invited to Baptist Church near
highlights of the last year's officer. attend. Graceville.

work and introduced the new

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4 In Orlando Ceremony Society PlansScriptural At

organdy with red roses imprint i fs RosarySt. DI I I A BALDWINI
and white wide brim

organdy hats. Chester Edward's Altar Society I
I Hawkins served as best man, held a meeting on May 7 with y fi

r and Charlie Hodoval and Fred. Mrs Michael Gilhooly nlW r CHEVROLET-
Wilson were ushers. presiding. S.
f The church was decorated Mrs. Terry Reedy and Mrs. T

with two spiral candelabras, Larry Frank were welcomedas

and baskets of white mums, guests. '
roses and gladiolas. After Mrs. Lester Humphries and
wedding vows the bride and Mrs. Richard Richards : .t OlDS

groom lit bridal candle which volunteered for altar care

was custom made to includethe during May. Mrs. Rudy Chism .. tJ
wedding invitation. sent a report of special f
Reception was held at the communication to the sick and
church on the patio. bereaved in the community.Mrs. .
Couple will reside in Robbie Shaller displayed The tractorof
Orlando after a wedding tripto religious articles recently
St. Augustine and Gatlin. acquired for distribution to
burg Tennessee.. VickeryChismWedding interested persons. Mrs.
1 Those attending from Gladys Weldon and Mrs. ,
Starke were the grand- Planned Richard Coss told of : EL

Janelle Alvarez daughter of parents, Mr. and !Mrs Rufus delivering comfort bags \
Mr and !Mrs Lavon Alvarez Alvarez: Mr and Mrs. Owen Mr and Mrs,, Edwin recently to the Lake City '; '
and Timothy DeVoe, son of Alvarez. Ricky Randy and Vickery announce the Veterans Hospital. Jt": )'.
Mr and Mrs Hubert DeVoe. Rhonda.: Mr. and Mrs Gerald engagement and approaching Mrs Richards and Mrs. the future.

exchanged vows Saturday.May Baldwin Dwayne, Brian, and marriage of their daughter, Humphries reported on the ,
4, at 7 p.m. at the Metropolitan Kellie. and Mr and Mrs, Duke Debra, to Randall R. Chism, Convention of the St. : '
Baptist Church in DuBose Maielle. LouAnn II, son of Mr. and Mrs. Augustine Diocesan Council of '," ." ,,,",
Orlando Duke and Donna.Deanna Randall R. Chism. Catholic Women they attended :.i "" .
\ .
Pastor Lloyd !Meyer per- Debra is the granddaughterof recently in Panama '' !" ':' .. I .
formed the nuptials. Musicwas Mr and Mrs. Lester Mc. City.Mrs. '':'4t.I'. ". .

provided by 1lrs.Ieyer.! Waters Cullough of Hampton and will Shaller and Mrs ,'. -;; ,... -
A solo was sung by Beverly be a 1974 graduate of Bradford Clermont Bizier offered to t \r/ \
Sapp of Jacksonville. Celebrates High School conduct a Coffee and Bake
The bride's gown was full Mr Chism is also a Sale in the Parish Hall on May
Third --Qk(
length with flowing train, with BirthdayLittle graduate of Bradford High 12 after Mass. '
floral appliques. She carried a School, he served two years in Plans were made for a t '
cascade bouquet of white Deanna Waters the U. S. Navy aboard the USS Scriptural Rosary service to ,
roses. daughter of Mr. and MrsVilburaters.celcbrated Coontz and is now an active be held following the May c

Karen Alvarez sister of the \ her Naval Reservist He is Crowning of the Blessed '
bride, served as Maid of third birthday Saturday after- presently employed at the U. Mother on May 19 at 5 p.m.
Honor Bridesmaids were noon when her parents gave a S. Post Office in Starke. New parishioners will be Hazen-Thompson ExchangeVows 0
Nancy Bower and Debe party for her and 15: little The wedding will take place welcomed special covered
(lodges Flower girl was friends in their carport. June 21 at 7:30: pm in St. dish dinner following thoseservices. At First BaptistMiss

Eshan King, cousin of the The carport was gayly Edward's Catholic Church of n_ ____._
bride. All wore sheer white decorated with red. white and Starke. A reception is plannedat Mrs. Richard Welty invited Clara Kathleen Hazen with blue and pink miniature
blue streamers and balloons the home of Mr and Mrs. members to attend a meetingon daughter of Mr.and Mrs. Jack carnations green and yellow

The Winnie-The-Pooh theme Donald Rowan on Griffis Loop May 14 at 7:30: p.m. for the E Hazen of Starke, and daisy pompoms lavender
was carried out in the refresh- immediately following the purpose of completing Timothy Allen Thompson, son mums and blue statice
ment table decorations and wedding. arrangements for the various of Mr. and Mrs. William centered with a detachable -
Winnie-The-Pooh cake. All friends and relatives are booths and activities plannedfor Thompson of Silver Springs, white cymbidium orchid T h
The youngsters enjoyed invited to attend the weddingand the Church Carnival on were united in marriage corsage in a froth of babies i

games with prizes and re- reception. May 25.Following. Friday, May 3 at 8p.m. in the breath.
Ireshments during the party the meeting First Baptist Church in A reception was held in the
hours. They were given Luau SetSaturday refreshemnts were served by Starke. church recreation hall Mrs. Your future And a good
pinwheel favors. Mrs. Shaller and Mrs. Welty. Rev. Ben P. Bryant per- Hazen greeted the guests at long one at that.Because in test
New Assisting were Mrs. Bill NightThe formed the nuptials. the door. Miss Cynthia Ann after teat,the Cub Cadet kept Standard, or hydrostatic drive
Kelton Mrs Merv Jackson. Centering the altar was an Jackson kept the bride's book. on running, season after season With over 60 different worsIntactaflertheequivalentotyearr

Mrs H. A. Colson and severalof Starke Golf and Granger StrongEngagement arch of gold and white can- The bride's table was optmns.JustImagine. In ten
Arrivals delabra of operation' ,the Cub Cadet was years you might still be sitting
the mothers. with white tapers covered with a white satin
Club will hold Luau
Country a still pretty on the Cub Cadet you
Told flanked by pedestal cloth and centered with a going strong
Saturday May 18, starting buy today
So If there's a lawn and
arrangements of pink gladioli, three tiered wedding cake
Starke Elem. PTA with cocktails at 6:30 p.m.,
garden tractor In your future Today best buy,the
green majestic daisies blue topped with fresh cut flowers
dinner at 7:30 and Mr. and Mrs. James L.
: dancing
your best value Is a Cub Cadet. Cadet lawn and garden tractoi.Prices .
Mr. and Mrs George and pink carnations, lavender with flowers encircling the
To Install OfficersStarke from 9:00: to 1 a.m. Rowe of Lawtey announce the Six' different models. 8 to 16 ho,
Eugene Ivey, Jr. of Portland. Music will be provided by engagement and approaching mums, yellow pompom base. This was flanked by start' at $' 0 0
Ore announce the adoption ofa Elementary PTA Jerry Von and the Variations. marriage of Patricia daisies and blue statice accented silver candelabra with bur 761

son. James Eugene born will hold its annual awards A prize will be awarded for the Granger, daughter of the late with sprengeri ning white tapers. Mrs. .
May 10 !Maternal grand- and installationof best costume. Mrs. Estella Duncan, to greenery and jade foliage. George Roberts cut the cake
parents are !Mr and Mrs J. E. presentation Gold and white branched assisted by Mrs Dolph
Tickets sale for Allen of
officers Monday May 20 at are on $10 Henry Strong, son III
(lardy of Starke. at the Pro and Rev. and Mrs. Dennis candelabra were used on Reddish.
7:30: p.m. in the school per person Shop Strongof either side of the The
*o oxo mr cafeteria. from Nancy Roberts. ((964- Lawtey.The pedestal punch were
Spec. 5 and !Mrs Kenneth L. 6058)( ). Tickets will not be soldat wedding will take placeon arrangements. Garlands of covered with white satin INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER
Johns of Fort Sill Okla an- the door. June 16 at 5 p.m. at dogwood were used to cloths and centered with
nounce the birth of a son, The stag dinner will be Macedonia Freewill Baptist highlight the altar. White crystal punch bowls encircled
Mr and Mrs Curtis G. and with fresh
Kenneth L. Johns II,born !May Wednesday night. Please call Church with a reception at theStrong's tapers greenery spring flowers.
Edwards and family of decorated each window sill
in Assisting in serving were SPRINGIS
12 in the Jacksonville NAS the Pro Shop for reservationsby home.
Meridian Miss, former the church. Mrs. J. T. Prevatt and !Miss
Grandparents are 5 on Wednesday. The bride-elect attends
Hospital Starke residents, have been p.m Mrs. L. A. Canova organist Mary Sue Underhill. !Mrs
Mr. and Mrs. M L. Lawson of Bradford High School.
transferred with Holiday Inn and Mrs. Carl Hurst soloist, Nancy Lee Akridge and !Mrs
Starke and Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Mr. Strong is a 1972
to Lake City where he will be presented a program of Terry Dukes of Lake Buter
Johns of Fort Fla. graduate of Bradford
McCoy High
manager of Holiday Inn. Mr. Miss Sarah Barefood visited School. nuptial music. presided at the punch bowls.
pmolo o'+ Edwards was a former res- William D. Thompson at- Following a wedding trip to
her father, P. M. Barefootover All friends and relatives are
Mr and !Mrs. Randolph B. taurant manager of the Starke the weekend.Mr. invited to attend the weddingand tended his brother as best South Florida the couple is HEREOur
Newland of Kingsley Lake Holiday Inn reception.Mrs. man. Ushers were Eddy residing in Graham.
Hazen Greg Nichols and Bill The bride and are
announce the birth of a and Mrs. Charles Fieldsof groom
daughter Rebecca Susan, Mark Crawford of Jacksonville were Mother'sDay Brown both graduates of Bradford
born !May 6 in the Alachua Mississippi College is home visitors of his mother, Miss Stella Ann Hazen, High School. The bride
General Hospital for two weeks vacation. Mrs J. II Fields. Elizabeth Tyrrell has sister of the bride, was maidof graduated in 1971 and the Lawn Tractors Need Work !
returned to her home in honor. She wore a lavender groom graduated in 1919.(;> The
Farmington, Conn. after body lined organza dress bride graduated from St
spending the winter here embossed with daisies Johns River Junior Collegeand
featuring a skirt gathered at is presently a clerk in the
Miss Sandi Morgan of Strat- the midriff and long sleeves Tax Collector's office.

ford Women's College in gathered at the cuff Mr Thompson attended St BALDWIN
Tampa was visiting her Misses Ruth Hazen, Laura Johns River Junior Collegeand
parents Mr. and Mrs. Leaton Thomas and Harriet Faulkner is working in Gainesville.

Now Morgan Jr. over the served as bridesmaids. They
OpenFeaturing weekend. wore gowns fashioned iden-
tical honor
to the attendant
!Miss Kathy Underill of
Mrs. J. E. Hardy is visitingher except in shades of yellow Gainesville spent the weekend INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER
son-in.law and daughter. green and blue. The honor with her grandparents. Mr
and Mrs Gene Jr. attendant and bridesmaids
Mr Ivey
and Mrs. J. H. Moncrief.
and baby son in Portland, carried nosegays fashioned r sasajs?
for several with similar flowers of thebride's
Oregon days.
!Mrs. Henry !Morrison and
bouquet except each daughter Mrs Norman.;
Mrs. Gladys Weldon and girl's bouquet matched their e Loox
Martin! and son Douglas.
Mr and Mrs. Jack McComb color of dress. Colors used
spent the weekend with Mr.
the weekend with !Mr were mint pink
spent green yellow,
and !Mrs Ralph Morrison and
and Mrs. J. R. Weldon in lavender and blue. They also WHAT ONE DOLL4R w
Carpet Vinyl floor covering Jacksonville.Rev. wore matching headpieces. family in Leesburg. <
Draperies Decorator hardware Luana Mundorff served as rfIM
C. T. Wade returned
Ceramic tile Wallpapers & matching fabrics John Flynn and Benny junior bridesmaid. She wore a Tuesday after a weeks visit
pink gown similar to the attendants
Carter the
are visiting
with Mrs W. P. Peebles
Paint Decorator furniture & accessories in
University of the South in with matching Ocala.
Gifts Brass Tin and Copper Sewannee Tenn. from nosegay and headpiece
,The bride, given in
Monday to Thursday.
Mrs A. E. McKinney visited
marriage by her father worea
!Mr and Mrs I. II Hazen in
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Lewis snow white organza and lace
Jacksonville the
and family of Perry spent the gown with lace bodice, round weekend. over

:, Complete. professional decorating guidance weekend with her parents, neck line and long puff sleeves
and installation available Mr and Mrs. Adolph Gay. with lace cuffs. The long !Mr and Mrs Bobby
gathered was accented
with a ruffle and long train. Crawford and family of
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Har-
Providence and Mr and !Mrs
Her lace secured
rington and family of Ormond cap her
Gene Pass and son of
Beach visited Mr. and Mrs. C. shoulder length veil. She Gainesville visited their CUS CADIT'149OAKOIN
N. Christy on Sunday. carried a nosegay fashioned mothers Mrs Betty Crawfordand LAWN A THACTO

Mrs. Elise Pass on
Sunday. I -----------------U

GIFT of NEEDLEPOINTwill !Mr and!Mrs W. R. Rovster, J THIS COUPON ,.;. ..
Any Jr. and family of North GOOD FOR

be remembered for a long time Augusta.guests of S.Mr.C.and were!Mrs weekend Drew I ONE DOLLAR .1 :.

Reddish andIrs.! W H.

THERE ARE MANY GIFTS Edwards, Sr. Joining the n tI 1
family for Sunday dinner at 1 IH GREENBACK SALE 1
SUGGESTIONS FOR YOUR the Reddish home were Mr. 1--------------------1

SPECIAL GRADUATEAT and Mrs. Rex Mixon. Sr of
Jacksonville M., and Mrs. W COME IN AND

H. Edwards Jr. of Kingsley CASH IN YOUROREENBACKI m1
Lake and Bob Edwards of !

J Gainesville.Mrs Tht IH QratnbKh Sob, givvtyou
: Roy Clemons and Ipec.v"pi' and mot III
grandson John demons Mrs. The coupon at Ins. igh| I it
worth II 1 00 toward ndudai'e'
Marie Parrish and !Mrs
Denton DeVoe and baby spent Slop nb: : :':: : :': INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER

last week with Mr. and Mrs. linaoHH OO..I..n.UII'ng.. LAWN AND GARDEN EQUIPMENT
Jimmy Newman in Fort equipment'today

Carl L;Johns Robert L. Kitchens Ann Brown 4ie4 Lauderdale.

Mrs. Charles Fink and
children of Green Cove

Open 9:30: a.m. to 5:00: p.m. Mon. through Fri. Closed Sat. Springs visited her mother

or by appointment Mrs. Ella Moody Monday.

Miss Trish Myers* of
Wesleyan College will be US 301 NORTH PH. 964-75OO

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I 3 One-Act Love StoriesTo Operation. V a a.t 28 Holiday Inn

Be Staged At BHS Update' Set F Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Workers HonoredTwentyeight
Prevatt of Gainesville were
Bradford High School will The third play is entitled Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
produce three one-act plays "Amicable Parting", shows AtVoTechCenter E. W. Hayes. employees at Elizabeth DeVoe, William S.
with "lots of love" for Donnie Neel and Mona Mar. Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Hollidayand the Starke Holiday Inn with a Glover. Four Years: Billie
everyone to see, Friday, May chant trying to get a civilized ivIt1t daughter, Hope, and Mrs. combined total of 101 years Gassett, Margaret Thomas,
17, at 1:30: p.m. in the BHS divorce, but "once you've O.L. Haynes,Sr. were Sunday employment were presentedlong Ellen Rice.
Auditorium. made a mistake its hard to guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur service awards Tuesday Three Years: Pauline
The first play entitled "Yes make up," seems to be ,Holliday,"Jr. in Lake City. during Ninth Anniversary Grant,Willie Simmons,Allene
Means No shows Randy Alicia's (Mona) way of NIT A&i activities at the local facility. Dixon. Two Years: Marion
Martin trying to get his father thinking, which makes it so The Bradford Union Area Mr. and Mrs. Roy W. Girodof The Starke inn is one of 10 Hawkins,Nancy Pelham. One
Ricky Jackson, to finance his hard for the two of them to get Vocational-Technical center a San Antonio, Texas visited supervised by Mississippi Year: Anne Harris, Kahle
honeymoon with sweet and along.All. has inaugurated a new Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Holton and Management, Inc. of Jackson, Bickel, Ruth Revels, Claire
innocent Debbie Branson. the community is program called "OperationUpdate" Mr. and Mrs. Eston Jordan Miss., and several company Garvin, Hazel Whitt, Shirley
)Every time Randy says No he invited to attend. Admissionwill under which any the first of the week. officers were present to Johns, Edward Rice, James:
means yes, which turns into a be a dollar for students person over the age of 16 who distribute the awards and Searcy, Brenda Smith Linda
menagerie of laughter.The and $1.50 for adults.In has quit school is encouragedto Local admittances to speak to the employees. Lindsey, Joann Covington,
second plaitis entitled "update" his Bradford County Hospital this Mike P. Sturdivant Robert Edwards.
"Here We Are' as Linda status, by notifying the week include: Mrs. Lollie president of MississippiManagement
Salazar and Paul Canova vocational center as to whereto fP4. ; ." .;, King, Mrs. Marceline thanked the
were Just married and have the Middle Ages, hospitalswere send for any previous Goolsby, Victor Frees, employees for their fine efforts FloridaStew
the sweetness of a honey- tels like called h')tels-today, ho elementary. or high school i ...''\ HiLmon Waldron, Lester during the past year. "It
Holiday Inns are training.The I
moon. Olive
Lynn Davis, Mrs. efforts which helped
called will send for this ( ... was your
hospitable!IIII center ., Dottie Wilson, Mrs. Della make the Mississippi
and the '
information notify .!'., Hagan, Luther Hardee, Mrs. Management group of inns the
Starke LocalsMr. adult received.when An it has been will l ulo fo et Art ,t Ida Mae Bishop, Starke; Mrs. best in the entire Holiday Inn 2 cups onion, coarsely
appointment Vergie Tyre, Melrose; Lacy system in 1973 based on in-
and Mrs. James Mr. and Mrs. Frank Martinof be set up during the day or /'i I" '," 1 Thornton, Sr., Waldo; Mrs. spection scores of both rooms chopped minced
2 cloves garlic,
Viglione returned to their St. Louis, Mo. spent evening to go over any -.0\' .;':Jo. Mandy Manning, Lawtey; and restaurants," he said.
and the
home in Binghamton, N. Y. Mother's Day with Mr. and previous training \ ,'ofi., Timothy Newman and Other spokesmen were 2 Tablespoons cooking oil
Wednesday after ten days Mrs. Ottis McKinney.Mr. adult will be and given credits.a copy At that of ( "'; '.\"j ) Kadmill Watterson, Hampton Earle F. Jones, vice V4 pound eggplant, perrt' ,id
visit with their son-in-law and his grades I" k. '",. ; Mrs. Ethel Weyman, president, Joe Morgan, vice cut -Inch strij.
daughter Dr. and Mrs. W. H. and Mrs. G S. Brown, time the adult will also be )if,' :<<11". Keystone Heights.Mr. president for Florida Vi pa' .,1 zucvnini: cut m
advised of in which "
Green at Kingsley Lake. Mrs. Virginina Darby and any way Operations, and William S. u-incl strips
the vocational center can
Mrs. Betty Ann Phillips at- assist in his future career or Bill Umphenour And and Mrs. Jimmy Glover, innkeeper. They were 2 green peppers, cut in Winch
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Douvilleof
tended a Court Management Wiggins and family of accompanied by Dean strip
Orange Park and son Bill seminar in Panama City last plans. Jacksonville were Sunday MaKinster,food and beverage
There will be for 4 medium tomatoes peeled
Douville of the University of Wednesday to Friday. no charge Melanie Homer Marry visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Orie director for the company.A .
this service nor will there be and coarsely chopped
Florida, spent Sunday with Wiggins.. .. Mr. and Mrs. three-tiered anniversarycake
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Grider and any obligation to attend Melanie Susan Homer and and 1V4 teaspoon salt
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Wiggins Chipper Hague Dewey Merritt Williams were in was cut by Mr. Stur-
family. and family of Jackson- school. All information will be William Lee Umphenour were Pearson. Jacksonville Sunday visiting divant and shared among the Dash freshly ground pepper
ville were Sunday visitors of kept confidential. Purpose of married in a double ring The bride, daughter of Mr. Mr. and'Mrs. Linton Taylor, employees. The cake was 1 teaspoon dried basil leaves,
Rev. and Mrs. George Mr. and Mrs. Orie Wiggins.Mr. the program is to help anyone ceremony Saturday, May 11, and Mrs. Marvin II. Homer, Jr. and family. baked and decorated by Mrs. crushed
Harper attended the who has left school to deter at 3:30: p.m. in the Community also of Keystone Heights, was Camille Whitaker of Starke, V4 teaspoon dried thyme
graduation of their daughter, and Mrs. Merritt Williams mine his status relative to Church in Keystone Heights.The given in marriage by her Mr. and Mrs. Charles daughter of Mrs. Billie leaves, crushedIn
Jane, from the University of ] were in Jacksonville graduation with the adult high Rev. LeRoy Lewis brother, Ronald Marvin Whitehead and Mr. and Mrs. Gassett, secretary at the inn.
Richmond in Richmond, Va. school diploma or adding to conducted the service. large skillet cook onion
Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Homer George Bishop and families of Punch was served by Mrs.
on Sunday afternoon.Dr. Linton Taylor,Jr. and family. career training received Mrs. William Nail providedthe She wore a floor length Jacksonville and Mr.and Mrs. Claire Garvin, assistant and garlic in oil till tender but
previously. traditional wedding music gown accented by a high A. B. Whitehead, Sr. were restaurant manager. not brown. Add remaining
and Mrs. W. H. Green PFC James W. Smith of Co. Anyone interested in taking and several duets were ren- neckline and long sleeves Sunday dinner guests of Mr. Receiving the awards were: ingredients. Cover; bring to
had as Sunday dinner guestsat C, Homestead and Starke, advantage of this service dered by Mrs. Raymond trimmed in Venetian lace and and Mrs. A. B. Whitehead, Jr. Eight Years: Lucille Carter, boiling. Reduce heat. Simmer
their home Kingsley should contact Millard Brown Farris and Mrs. Roy L. seed with the
on won the best drilled soldier tiny pearls Agnes Goodwine, Elouise 30 minutes, stirring occasionally -
Lake Mr. and Mrs. R. A. award at the annual Military (phone 964.6150) between the Turknett. empire waistline accentuatedby Charles Burton of Augusta, Desue, Willie B. Brown. Six
Green, Jr. and family of Parade and Review at Camp hours of 2 p.m. and 10 p.m. or Highlighting the altar, with a bow made of white bridal Ga. visited, Mr. and Mrs. Years: Carrie Griffis, Jean Take care not to break
Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. Blanding last week. the guidance office ((964-8661)) the attention of the satin. Richard St.'John last Friday.J. Walden. Five Years: up the vegetables.
James Viglione of Bimghamton during the day. congregation focused on the Her Chapel length train, D. Seymour underwent Makes 6 to 8 servings.
N. Y., Mr. and Mrs.Curtis Mr. and Mrs. Bud Duke of +Ma ow oWe bride and groom, were two trimmed in correspondinglace surgery last Thursday in
Sanders and son, Mrs. Lex: Auburndale spent the candelabras with burning fell from a hidden Juliet North Florida Regional
Green and Mrs. G. J. McGriff weekend with the Lawson haven't got too much tapers and two baskets of cap and she carried a white Hospital.
Sr. families.Dr. time left to ensure that spring flowers placed on lace covered Bible topped DANCE
government of the earth by either side of the green draped with one single white orchid. Seaman Vincent St. John
Mrs. N. L. Woodburn is .and Mrs. H. G. Bollinger the earth for the earth, shall altar Mrs. Jim H. Mills, the was home last Thursday and
visiting Mr. and Mrs. James and father, F. E. Bollinger, not C P perish Snow and from Philip the Snow people.in Look Jack Meek was best man for bride's aunt of Jacksonville, Friday after three weeks tour COUNTRY 8c WESTERN
Double in Winter Haven and were Sunday guests of Mr. the groom, son of Mr. and served as Matron of honor and of duty in Brooklyn, N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. Keith Reeves in and Mrs. Milton Hartzell at Men gossip less than Mrs. William Lee Umphenourof wore an empire styled pink
Winter Park from Sunday to Orange City and celebrated F. women,but mean it. Mignon Keystone Heights and gown which fell into a full Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ward and May249P.M-2AM.
Thursday. E. Bollinger's 93rd birthday. MCLaughlin in The Atlantic Monthly ushers were Scott McLean, gored skirt. She carried one Darby Peek of Lake City

r. . . . ,. . . . .0. . . . .4 . . . wore single a pink wreath carnation of baby'sbreath and visited L. Peek their, Sr. on mother Sunday., Mrs. S. STARKE ARMORYMUSIC

in ner nair.
Other attendants, wearing Mrs. L. N. Pickering and BY
sleeveless, empire style pink Miss Dorothy Alvarez at- THE TALK OF JACKSONVILLE
print gowns of dotted Swiss tended a family reunion at the
were Mrs. Dewey Pearson, home of Dr. and Mrs. M. J. Brand
Miss Patti McGlave and Mrs. Pickering in Lakeland over
Scott McLean They each the weekend.
Sawyer Slade carried single carnations TICKETS $4.00 PER PERSON

adorned with streaming Miss Jean Mundy of
ribbons and baby's breath Tallahassee spent the
wreaths in their hair. weekend with her mother, GARDEN ATHLETIC
Oas 5- Hip Stacey Dion Homer, niece of Mrs. W. B. Mundy. *
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and Ronald Marvin Homer,
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the ring bearer.
Following the wedding
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was held at the home of the

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greenery were placed
throughout the reception area.
The bride's table was
covered with a white lace
table cloth over a pale yellow
underlay. The traditional
three tiered wedding cake,
decorated with dainty yellow
flowers was served along the
champagne punch.
Assisting during the
reception were the brides
sister's-in-law Mrs. Wayne
Homer and Mrs. Ronald NL
Homer. Open 9:30 a.m. to a
The couple returned to 5:00 p.m. Mon.-Fri. ? CA'4't'4' ,a>
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16, 1974 TELEGRAPH Pages

I Award Winning; Co. D Ends Active Duty Traininf; I ILocal

Company D of dards pertaining to its area at
Florida's 53d Support Bat- Camp Blanding, Including presented to Co. D's 1SG I
talion of the National Guard living quarters, kitchen, work Robert W. Drake at the 53d's Smottey Say t v .
returned from its two weeks shop and other areas. This battalion review and for- WINDY DAYS ARE _
annual active duty training award is high regarded mation. Presentation was DAYS y c
Saturday with the majority of because it involves each made by Brig. Gen. Kennedy !' / Vi
the awards presented to the member of the unit keepinghis C. Bullard. FOR FIRE a4
53d Infantry Brigade.Co. equipment, living and The unit was also awardedthe v h
D received the Best work area in the best of Best Mess Award for
Area Award for maintaining condition, according to Capt. operating the best kitchen
the highest efficiency stan- James Reddish, Co. D com- during the active duty period.
The award is given the most
manding officer. efficient kitchen of the
Crews Dies... The Best Area Award was operation, food preparation,

(From Page 1) Union Hospital Closes Monday.... \ \ A

ployee, donated the kidney -Ii
(From Page 1)
and is making a successful
recovery. He Is some 40 years Interested in possibly comingto
is when it is closed. We will do r TL WC tu/m KSimirmimt

older Services than his for son.Richard were the hospital community to operate and leasingthe it as a with anything the that commission we can to work or ... .. ..... Never burn on dry, windy days

held Tuesday afternoon from
Jones Memorial Chapel in profit making organization. anyone else to see that the ISG Robert Drake, left, of Co. D accepts Best Area award SF(' Irvan Covington.top man in the Co. I) kitchen, acceptsthe
the assembled
Starke with Bradford High gave community has a hospital." from (.en. Kennedy C. Bullard. Best :Mess! award from<>rn. Kennedy l. nulla rd.
the and
group name telephone
the time woundto
FFA members serving as number of a representativewith By Tuesday serving, and sanitation. Unit County and surrounding area
pallbearers. Burial was in Inter-Medic and ( an end, it was decided by representative SFC Irvan will benefit from this
Tobacco Growers Must Designate Market Place
both the commission and the "
Crosby Lake Cemetery. missioners and trustees said ( Covington, who heads the Co. payroll, says Capt. Reddish.
Survivors include the trustees that they would try to D received the award This Sunday, May 19, eight haveto
tobacco they
they would contact the group reach some decision in the To be eligible for Govern- amount ot amount of tobacco he
parents: Raymond and for a hearing on their from Gen. Bullard at the new Florida National Guard flue-cured sell. Growers may designates for sale at each
matter of the offers they had ment price support,
Rethar Clark Crews; two proposals Wednesday.Mrs. battalion review. units will begin another 15iay\ must designate any tobacco ware-
received and also to tobacco now
sisters: Mrs. Oris Myrick and Blanche Lashley, establish if there try Co. D also brought home the active duty session at Blan- growers the warehouses houses at any market within a warehouse If a glower wishesto
Miss Judy Crews, all of director of nurses of the other of were any coveted Louis E. Wadsworth ding. These units will be at where designate they wish to sell their radius of 100 miles of the change his designations, he
Starke. hospital, told the special funds for sources the hospital operating to Trophy received May 10 at the Blanding from May 19 to June tobacco and how much they county seat in the county may do so but ly during
session of the commission that its doors. reopen annual Military Parade and 2 and will be from all parts of wish to sell at each ware- where the farm is located. In specified weekly periods at
only two of the ospital's, five Review of the 53d Infantry Florida and some 1.600 men areas where there are fewer monthly intervals which will
Warren Carver,
The public left, informed of house,
h man group ol trustees were the fact that the trustees Brigade at Camp Blanding.The strong, two-thirds the size of county executive says director for than eight markets within the be announced by this office.
responsible for the hospital wanted a hospital as much as Wadsworth Trophy goesto the 53d Infantry Brigade. the Bradford County Agricul- 100 mile radius, growers may Bradford County growers are
closure. else with the the company demon- tural Stabilization and Con- designate any warehouse in being notified when to come to
anyone knowledge that somethingwas strating the highest efficiencyin servation Service (ASCS). the closest eight markets. the county office to sign up.
During; an afternoon maintenance. Gen. Sikes Carver said.
being done, but with the ABOiiiSERVICE Carver said the change was
meeting between the trustees presented the award to Co. D's
and commissioners, it was reeling that there was too SFC Donald C. Wainwright of NEWS made to provide for more Price support can be The program is open to all
., disclosed that all five of the much talk and not enough Starke. orderly marketing of flue- received by a grower only flue-cured tobacco growers
; trustees had voted to close the action. Capt. Reddish expressed his cured tobacco and to afford from the warehouses he without regal d to race, creed,
hospital due to a lack of fundsto "Gerald Griffis, county appreciation to the men of Co. MEN growers an equitable sales designates and only on the color, sex or national origin.
of the
commissioner and chairmanof regardless
Ask ; continue operating, com- D for a job well done. The opportunity
bined with the fact that there the Emergency Medical workload was the greatestever ----.-- -----------,-- "- -------
'I weren't enough in the Care Committee, told the and the quality the
Charley patients
Waldron Completes
at the close of the final
group according to
hospital to look after from highest possible, Mechanic Training
"I know that
Friday morning until early meeting, Capt. Reddish.Co. .
E. here ABERDEEN Starke
Sunday morning when an everyone wants us to D members were paid
Md. 18
have that GROUND, April -
hospital, or youwouldn't
mother deliveredher $47,095 for the 15-day training
expectant Specialist Five Hilmon E. 1. *
be here but haveto
Johns you
Members of the entire
baby in the maternityunit. period.
Lois M.
realize that it will take Waldron, son of Mrs.
53d Infantry Brigade were Waldron, 274 Maple Ave.,
some time and further
"There were nurses and paid over$1 million on Friday I
Jacksonville, completed a
doctors on duty," and Lewis discussion to get things prior to departure for home
About This Question: worked out." wheeled vehicle mechanic
said, "These people think we stations. :
noncommissioned officer ChryslerPlgmolllfi':
"A careless act can cause A further special session of
can run a hospital on air, but "The economy of Bradford basic I
the county commission has ( ) course.
another to lose his
person we just can't. We all feel bad been called for The nine-week course was
sight..his masculinity..and about the hospital closing, we night at 8 p.m. to discuss all Mrs. Rose WalkerMrs. conducted at the U. S. Army
result in a law suit for worked 18 months to do our proposals on the hospital and Ordnance Center and School,
$100,000 The best to keep it open, but it future for its Elizabeth Aberdeen Proving Ground,
or more. would that the only funding reopening Rosa I
usual $10,000 personal time the appear people of Union and continued (Phillips) Walker, 77, of Lake Md. Waldron received PlymouthCHRYSLER
operation. died sudden Spec
City following a
liability policy is no longer County want to nave a hospitalooqocooooaoc attack, Tuesday afternoon. instruction in the duties and

adequate. Can the CharleyE. 3& JOGalDaaaDlaQCXlaD f Mrs. Walker was a memberof responsibilities of a NCO in
Johns Agency increasemy the Mt. Tabor Methodist this occupational specialty.
ComprehensivePersonal DeWitt G.JonesFuneral Church and a native of Instructions also covered
Liability to5100OOO.even Columbia County. vehicle recovery operationsand
$1,000,000for Surviving is her husband, generator maintenanceand Dodgej I
Home James A. Walker of Lake repair.His .
just a few dollars more City; one son, Ernest Phillipsof father, Hilmon E.
premium?" Starke; two grandchildrenand Waldron, lives in Starke, Fla.
STARKE PHONE 9646200RENTAL His wife, Mary, also lives at
one greatgrandchild.( 964-6600 I
U. S. 301 N. Temple
Charley E. Funeral services will be Ave.JJacksonville.U.
HOSPITAL BEDS. WALKERS.WHEEL CHAIRS held Friday, May 17, at 2 p.m. S. Army, Germany,April \
JOHNS AGENCY ft CRUTCHES in the Mt. Tabor Methodist 17 Army Private Leroy J. Has
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Church with Rev. Marvin Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs.
131 SO.WALNUT ST Buckner officiating. In- Leroy Davis, Sr., Starke, is
PHONE 9R4-5O7O PHONE 473-3176 terment will be at Mt. Tabor assigned to the 3rd Infantry E
taooooooooooooooooeooooooooocxTEE Cemetery, with the Sherill- Division in Kitzingen, Ger- Dodge Colt GT I
Guerry Funeral Home of Lake
City in charge of Pvt. Davis is a petroleum c C
arrangements. storage specialist in the 3rd 2-Door Hardtop

Aviation Battalion.

OFF EARLY Phone Company To Host a r

Important Public MeetingAn
important information This area is in the phone
WEEKEND meeting is set tomorrow company's newly formered
(Friday, May 17) at 7:30: p.m. Florida Eastern District. A
in the Bradford High Georgia man, Fred E. Burch,
auditorium by officials of the formerly local manager for
Florida State Telephone Georgia State Telephone
When you just can't crowd Company which serves this Company at Donalsonville, 5
enough time into area. has been promoted to plant
your Information to be discussedat superintendent for the new ti Plymouth Duster
weekend, try cuttinga the meeting is of Im- district with supervision over a
portance to all of the com- all outside and inside
few corners... pany's subscribers in the equipment in 12 exchanges: a v --
Starke, Lawtey, and Kingsley Donalsonville, Iron City, LlW
Lake communities stated Jakin and Reynoldsville in ,--j .
J Gerald Williams, manager of Georgia, and Sneads, Grand II i-
the Starke office of FST. Ridge, Malone, Cottondale, : .
Company officials Starke, Kingsley Lake, : ".1riI :
for instance, sample our representing all key depart- Lawtey and Alford in Florida. n <' < F" ..
ment operations will be in .1
almost instant service the
attendance to give explanations Florida State Telephone
next time you're in a bighurry.We'II and to answer Company is a subsidiary of
-a' questions from the utility the Continental Telephone
save company's customers.All System, an independent

enough time to be first off the tee subscribers are invitedto telephone system operating p
you attend, Williams states. over 2.1 million telephones in
Refreshments will be servedat 41 states, Canada, and the
or get you ahead of the traffic to the beach. Carribean. Valiant4-Door
the close of the meeting.

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need and take it with ... _
Better yet, pick up everything you you. INCLUDE MEDICINE CABINETIN _

Have a picnic! We've got everything you need ... And we're YOUR SPRING CLEANINGWhen U

willing to sell it to you.

as the robin red breast reminds you
spring has finally arrived and the food news
firs you Into an energetic round of spring 5
i cleaning don't forget the medicine cabinet. It'v S
unwise to keep prescription drugs "on hand'
If you are hot in a hurry, drop in after the specific condition for which they
L were ordered has been cured. You should not
anyway. We're just glad to see you. take potent medicines without your doctor's W

advice good. self-diagnosis can do more barm than SERVICE -

The less crowded your drug storage area S

I| : OPEN FROM '7:00' TO 11.:JO EVERY DAY |, is the for less a bottle.chance If for you a like mistake you can when bring reaching us- Tom Collins Has A Professional Service Dept.

any drugs ;you wish to discard and we'll be .
Experienced In Chrysler Products.
glad to dispose of them safely

S when YOU you OR need YOUR a DOCTOR delivery. CAN We will PHONE deliver: US Doesn't It Make Sense To Buy Your New Car From

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Page TELEGRAPH May 16.1971

Law Suit Termed Smoke Screen At Union School Board Meeting I

The Florida Education Richard Rue and UC Middle the evaluation of teachers in -Accepted the 72-73 audit the school board, county and mendations by Betty -Accepted low bid on Wainwright vehicles- at of$1,327 Cotton from States Ed
law School Principal Bruce Clark his school. Those who testified which was Gehringer food liability i in school
sociation'.Z50.000 suit praised as excellent city.Approved services oTher Insurance In Lake City
when the board Clark at the the $1,862 In buses and school
seeking due process for two backed 4-1 against public by superintendent. county coordinator .
dismissed union County Supt. Cason's recommendation hearing, after which he was -Approved payment of funds to be added to $4,278: in i [ a nrrn TrT TTlTTl'n nTniaTm
educators is termed a "smoke that the two educators not dismissed, have been given $1,250 to the parks and state funds to purchase food
screen" by Supt. James Cason be rehired for another year. low ratings while,on the other recreation board which began service equipment.
and members of the School Board Member Donald hand, 14 teachers are perfect, functioning May 1 under a -Accepted lowest and best
Board. Dukes is not named in the suit. some of whom received low cooperative agreement with food bids from recom-
The FEA suit is t high on the He voted against dismissal of ratings last year Cason said.
topics of conversation in Lake the two employees.A .
"I to
Butler and occupied much of maximum estimate of recommend am that prepared Clark be 4 Bids ReceivedOn
the Union School Board'smeeting $5,000 was projected by School transferred to another
time Tuesday night. Board Attorney Wayne M. with for the
position re-
The case is scheduled for a Carroll for attorney fees if the "
mainder of the school
year, City SewerageA t
preliminary hearing in the U. ; c C: "
case goes all the way to the Cason said. But he did not 'i
S. District Court of Appeals in
Supreme Court. A motion was make the recommendationand -
Jacksonville next Tuesday, low bid. Streets. The petition
passed that Carroll continueto further action totaling $255,638 was
no was
May 22, following a postponement represent the school board taken on the of the board was received Tuesday,May 7, granted by unanimous approval -
from Mary 14 due to the and that expenses of Cason's Clark.At by the Starke City Com- of the commissionerswith
illness of Judge Charles R. attorney also be paid by the regarding missioners on the Reno and the stipulation that
Scott. board. Board member Donald another point In the Dalewood sewerage projects. easements for sewer and
The suit asks $50,000 in Dukes voted against the meeting, Board Member General Utilities Corp. of utility lines would remain in
damages from Supt. Cason motion.As Donald Dukes asked Cason, Tallahassee was the lowest of effect.In .
and $50,000 each from four discussion, Cason told "Why is Mrs. Clark not being four bids received by the other actions at the
school board members. It the board that the middle reappointed? I know you don't commissioners. Other bids meeting the commissioners: Zedra Hamilton president of Clay Electric's Board of Trustees reads a congratulatorymessage
charges that due process was school principal Clark, is have to give reasons." Mrs. received were from W. G. Agreed to pay the tran- to the winners of the co-op's Youth Tour Contest (I-r) Cheryl Fowler and Lisa Eland of
not given UC Band Director making a farce and sham of Betty S. Clark is the wife of Johnson, Gainesville, for sportation costs for a city Keystone Heights High and Debora Ruth Mitchell and Jan Searle of Bradford High.
Principal Bruce Clark. $340,787; Guinn and Hunt, employee to become qualified

CASH & CARRY TIRE iNc.412E Cason"Why asked.are you"Are asking you then going?" Company Inc., Chinnary Pensacola of Jacksonville, Construction for $351,165and welder's fered as a at gas course Lake welder.City is being that A gas the of- 2 Bradford High Students Win

to ask me about the other fiveor for employee will attend.

Call St. COMPLETE 964.5800 mended six that for were reappointment not recom-?" $463,000.The the bids city's have been consulting referredto communications- Authorized that a phone direct In Co-op's Youth Tour ContestJan

Dukes responded, "You engineers for a review and system be set up for the gas
FRONT END SERVICE don't hear me asking do further study before awardinga department as required by the Searle and Debora Ruth Washington D. C. during the the headquarters of the
you?" Cason then left the contract to the successful FCC and the Florida Public Mitchell of Starke are among nation's Youth Week. National Rural Electric
ALIGNMENTS BALL JOINTS matter hanging, a silence bidder. The engineer's report Service Commission.. four winners of Clay Electric The youths will join hun Cooperatives Association.
ensuing that part of the dis- and recommendation is expected -Awarded bids to RegisterOil Cooperative's Youth Tour to dreds of other young people Eight high school juniors,
BRAKE SERVICE cussion. to be received at the Co. for the purchase of Washington Contest. from throughout the United including Donald Neel of
Later in the meeting the next meeting on May 21. regular gasoline at 32 cents Cheryl Fowler and Lisa States for an exciting and Starke, were in the finals of
that per gallon and for test Eland of event-filled week that will
superintendent remarked high Keystone Heights are the contest.
| All Tire Prices Including/ ? ? Mrs. Clark was transferred to A the public hearing was heldon gasoline at 35 cents per gallon. the other members of the include visits to the White
Mounting BalancingINTERSTATE/ the high school because she Torode for petition the of John A. The distributor notified the winning foursome who will House U. S. Supreme Court This is the ninth consecutiveyear
was spending, in his opinion, northern closing of of the city of a 24 percent reductionin depart Jacksonville In- Building,Arlington Cemetery, the Cooperative has
all her time on her husband's Walnut portions and Clark, the city's 50,000 gallon ternational Airport on June 9 Smithsonian Institute, Lincoln sponsored the Youth Tour to
: defense, and not fulfilling her Thompson gasoline allocation. for an all-expense paid trip to and Jefferson Memorials, and Washington Contest.


POLYESTERCASH 78 4 PLY Attorney board During of a Carroll the lesson discussion learned told the in, AFL-CIO Merger Favored 9-4 By Local Teacher Delegatesbecause I

law"If school the facts: Florida Education governing bodies of the two approved on a voice vote the The National Education it agreed to merge
are for you, Association convention teacher groups and would bylaw revision to allow county Association, which last year with the AFT's local in Dade
the facts
pound on the lawis
A78x13 1 4 For 56800E78x for ; delegates narrowly defeated a have permitted locals in level FEA chapters to merge broke off merger talks on the County.
the law if
neither you is in pound on ; proposal for a statewide Florida's 67 counties to also with AFT locals, the same national level with the AFT, And although the defeat of
1 14 4 For $8000F78x the your favor" poundon merger of the FEA with the merge. option as contained in the has prohibited mergers by its the Florida FEA-AFT merger
prosecutor. smaller Florida chapter of the The defeated merger proposal. state and local affiliates.On proposal was seen as a suc-
14 4 For $8700G78x "They're trying to check American Federation of to pact was rejected on a cess for the NEA, approval of
2,479 2,188 vote.
every dot and tiddle, trying to Teachers, AFL-CIO but Both pro-and-con anti- Wednesday the NEA the bylaw change apparentlyputs
14 find something wrong," said Bradford County delegates But a little more than an merger factions claimed the expelled the Dade ClassroomTeachers' the FEA at odds with the
4 For 9200 Supt Cason at another point.In voted in favor of the merger hour later the delegates compromise as a victory. Association national organization.
by a 9-4 margin.
G78x15 other business the board 'Bradfordconvention

H78x14 gave bids approval to advertise for delegate head Mrs. Jewell Summer Weather Red Spiders., Mites On OrnamentalsThe I
on kindergarten space for Crawford reported the vote
4 For 9848 100 students. The 6,900 square and added that some of the hot summer weather good spray program will mite damage on citrus is a inch and Zoysia and Bermuda
_ H78x15 feet of construction will cost delegates voted in favor of brings on heavy infestations of discourage those neighbors' yellowing of the leaves along 1.2 to one inch. The reason for
FIT From 'F' Ta '2'1I an estimated $228,426, at sending the question to a vote red spider and other mites on bugs. For spider mites there the mid vein of the leaf. Some raising your mower is to
most, according to Architect of all teachers whether ornamentals according to the are several materials avail- times mite damage is mis- promote greater vigor and to
I Bank Amerlcar I Financing Bud Reeger. Bids are to be agreeing with the merger or Florida Nurserymen and able: Kelthane Ethion Ch- taken as a deficiency, so if you prevent loss of moisture from
Also Available opened June 11. not.A Growers Association lorobenzilate, and Tedion. The are unsure consult with your the soil. A higher cut will also
survey of county teachers (FNGA). When the plants are last two are used commer- local FNGA member.In prevent weed invasion to
AND CARRYTIRE INC. In other action the board: sold to you they may be bug
showed that 92 local membersof cially but are still suitable for the summer months the some degree.
-Approved the 74-75 school the FEA the free, but spider mites and around the home.
were against use Repeatthe height you cut your grass is
412 E. Call St. Starke calendar. First
day for other insects from
merger with 91 in favor. your neigh- sprays at least once a very important. It is desirableto Telegraph
students will be
September 3. The close vote carried to the bors pounce upon your green week until control has been raise or lower to a height of
convention where only 291 and succulent plants that you gained. 2 1-2 to 3 inches for St. Augus ClassifiedsPractice
--- -- ---- -- --.------- -- -- votes separated the two have recently purchased. A The typical symptoms of tine and Bahia, Centipede one
rI, positions in the Saturday vote.

I However, the convention
I voted later in the day in favorof
a change in FEA bylaws to.
: YOU'LL HAVE A permit county affiliates to
WORLD merge with their AFT Practice Practice!
counterparts on a local level.
: OF FUN The proposed statewide
I II merger which was approvedlast f \o
week at the AFT's annual
I ..
: convention, would have
I combined the state-level /

II I I I II First Quarter 1I 1// t JJt '

II I -' I Rain Short

I II /

I : Five Inches

THISSUMMER Bradford County receivedfive
I, I less inches of rain duringthe
first quarter of 1974 than
I II the 50 year average for the
first three months of the year.
I January brought only 1.3
I 1972 I inches of rain; February was
IN THIS almost equally dry with 2.2
I I inches; while March gave 0
some relief to the semi-
I I drought with 4.7 inches. The it really off
I WILDERNESSTRAVEL 50-year average for these pays
II three months is: January,
I 4.33; February 5.83; March in theS2HM)00
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The Sweetest Strouberrle Thia Side 01 Heaven Bradford Footballers

May 16.1171! TELEGltAI Page!

Showing Improvements

Larry Sherman Places 2nd

I According: To Burse

In State Track Meet Sat. .........
"Overall, we have been better at the center spot. sillelYs ana Johnny Nichols ul
- showing good improvement Thornton has a slight lead corner are working ilK a unit in
Senior Larry Sherman Although I was encouraged performances that he has all but more offensively than because of his experience, the defensive back fj'ld.
placed second in the 330 Inter- with Bodge's performance in year, according to Howard. defensively" stated Head according to Redding "They all need to bl' nwn'
mediate Hurdles at the State the quarter because he will Sherman did not run his best Bradford Football Coach aggressive on the punning
Track Meet in Winter Park come back next year and be time of the year. lie ran a 40.1 David Hurse of spring football At tackle Tommy Edwards game. They were satisfa'loron
Saturday while the mile relay one of the top prospects in the in the district meet practice last week, including and Gary Wallace are making the passing pipn.; '
team and Sheldon Hodge state meet. This winds up track season Friday scrimmage."We a tough pair. "They are both commented Coach I UJ'ol',
failed to place Sherman came through and until the all-sports banquet at UlannpJor.lan lakes a mighty swing but the fall flies to the were disappointed in getting off the ball better and Johnny Covinglon. Hol'rl
Sherman ran the hurdles in continued to show the toDNormats the end of the year. left for a foul, during the Norman's Colonial game IdSl the defense Friday but overall hitting people" Brown and Emmett Bright
40.2 seconds and scored Tuesday night. our timing has improved and Gary Howe looked good last are looking good at the saIet -
Bradfords. only five J points. we now have everyone out." week at the tackle spot also( along with Jerome Reddish ul
nerman placea secoml in the stated Hurse. according to corner back.
Regional meet to qualify with Brooker Still Men's Softball Sheldon Hodge was the last Hedding. After Thursday's PUPt'1
the same time His best time Leading player to come out for spring Bradford will have Ihn'
of the year for the run is 40.1. drills, due to other athletic Jay God\\in, Donnie Sewell, practices left before the wani
He also ran a leg on the mile scored base balls h1ts responsibilities. Hodge ran in Dale Haas, Sheldon Hodge,
were by on Brown leiid off with a hit to back to back giving competes in a Spring .JIII''
relay team. Brooker still leads Men'sSoftball singles, and one sacrifice by center field and was brought Brooker a lead of 6-3. the state track meet in the 440 and Randal Williams are all boree in l\lacc1ennv. In IIw
Hodge placed third in the with a 7-1 record as Robert which left yard run battling it out for the tight end BIIS'
McHaney, home by a fly ball to right field In the top of the fifth first quarter takes ull
region meet with a time of 51.8 Baldwin Chevrolet ruined its First Methodist scoreless the by Raymond Thomas giving McHaney started off with a "Beaver DeSue has been spot. "The one that does the Live Oak and l1accl'nnIII
and didn't place at state with perfect record with an 8-7 remainder of the Impressive as a tailback and best job for us will start for iti
game.In Smith and Brown a 1-0 lead. In single, then was brought home play West Nassau: 1111'
his time of 51.9 seconds defeat Monday night. the second game of the the bottom of the third Brown by a fielder's choice by Frank he is doing a good job us, says Coach Hedding.' second quarter. 1.0 will then
The mile relay team ran its Brooker and First night Baldwin Chevrolet scored another run off of a Tomlinson Tomlinson was replacing Tommy Reddish, "It's a shot in the dark: vie with Lake Butler in IIw
best time of the year while Methodist Church led the came up to defeat Lawtey 8-5. fielder's choice by David brought home by a double by out with an injury" corn- The same four men are third period follow(>d by \\vst
coming in eighth place with a games off last Wednesday Lawtey started the game off Prescott to make the score 3-0 Gene Melvin, making the mented Hurse. "He IS lacking manning the defensive Nassau. still against Li\l'
time of 3:28.2.: The team night as Brooker hung a 25-1 well as Lloyd Crawford Brooker started off in the score 9-3. Smith and Brown in size compared to Reddish secondary. Mike Gaskins at Oak. In the fifth pl.'riud Lake
consists of George Bennett defeat on First l1ethodist.Brooker walked to first then brought in top of the fourth with five scored their last two runs by but he" makes up for it in ef- monster man,James Aldridge Butler will meet wit hIal':
Joe Gordon Larry Sherman held a huge 18-0 by singles by H. Jones and singles and one triple with allBillAdams singles by Smith and Eland. fort. and David MIillan at clenny,
and Sheldon Hodge. lead until the bottom of the Raymond !\Iobley. Roger Matt Hull and Jimmy Clark
"I was especially pleased third when First Methodists Starling's fielder's choice have been showing im-
with the mile relay team. It Garath Jones scored off of two scored Mobley and two singles provement at the fullback
has improved all year and singles by Victor Griffis and brought Starling in to give Loses 21ld spot Hull will be out a couple Bradford Students
came through with the best John Smith. Lawtey a 3-0 lead. of days with a shoulder injury.
time when they were supposed Brooker didn't start scoring Then in the bottom of the "Clark has been taking up the
to," says Head Track Coach again until the top of the fifth third Baldwin's David Bennett Match Of TOllrllunlellt slack and has shown good In State
Grover Howard. as Jim Temple led off with a hit a ball to right field then Improvement on his blocking Compete
"1 was disappointed for the hit to third base, then was scored on a single by AICObton. Local Golfer Bill Adams lost other golfers for the last three and running."
boys on the team because they brought home by base on balls Two more singles his second match in the North- places in the qualifying lineup Johnny Nichols: has been
have done a fine job for us this by Rudy Williams and Ed were hit to bring in Coston and South Amateur Golf Tour' and won the first hole of a moved to the halfback spot Special OI\l'mvics
year" commented Howard. Allen. The rest of the runs Charlie Green, giving Baldwin nament in Pinehurst, North sudden death playoff to and. according to Hurse. is
a 4-3 edge. Lawtey got two Carolina to tourney winner qualify. carrying his own weight and oVThompson
runs on a double and single to George Burns after winning The field of 128 qualifiers he should lee a lot of action. 1-1 Bradford County students 2nd place. and
bring in Skippy Crawford and his first match. was narrowed down to 64 after Hurse also mentioned that won first places in Regional Freda :\lcDougald. 2nd place
's Controlling Larry Rollins putting Lawtey Two weeks ago May 4-7 the first round of matches Bruce Barnes continues to Tract competition in the (Ages 1-1-15)) Gloria W..ods.
ahead 54. Adams participated in the I\londay. Adams won his first show improvement at half- Joseph P. Kennedy Special 1st place, (Ages 16.171' Chul'kBron
I In the bottom of the third tournament. Saturday and mulch by four strokes with back. Olympics held Saturday at the 1st piace
Women Softball 70Norman's Baldwin's Tommy Wise led off Sunday he qualified with three holes left. Then he lost to Freshman Jimmy Prevatt University of orida.' 220( Yard Dash (Ages K-I!
with a single and scored on scores of 80 and 82 on a par 72 Burns by one stroke to get has had a good week according First place winners in Joe Woods 1st place ,\gt'10.11) -
taken out of competition. to ilurse his timing Regil'nal competition earned I Albert :\IcDuHI 1 1 1place.
Farm has got on base bv errors.In Randall Thomas's double. course. lie was tied with 13 : .
complete control over theWomen's Thomas then scored on a has improved but he still berths in State competition to .and Charles WlJod ilh
Softball League as the bottom of the first sacrifice fly to right field by needs a lot of work be held at thu Vm\'ersity of place.
they ride a 7-0 winning streak, four hits and one base on balls Larry Mercer, giving Baldina "At the beginning of spring Florida" Track. June 1.1-16. Long Jump (Ages In-II
while Colonial Florist is riding and errors scored Colonial's 6-5 lead. Latey remained Scuba Divers To Induce practice the otfensi\'e line was Six events \\ere held at the I"elicla" ichols-Ist plait-
way ahead of the defense but tract the 12-231) Wa1tt'r ,
second with a 4-3 record. first runs. scoreless. but Baldwin was meet: 50 yard dash (Ages 'I'holl1\\
the defense was a little ahead softball throw. 220 yard dash. son and Gloria'lJud I '
still hot. Bennett scored
on a
COlonial Florist bombed With the bases loaded Pam single by Coston, then Green Reproduction Of Catfish in Friday" night's scrim- long jump, 440 yard dash and plac(',Terry Albl'rl-2nd plll'I'
Blalock's Meat Market 13-2. .aDeFUNIAK mage, commented Offensive 440 relay. Winners in the l'redalcDlJugald: 3rd pla\'l'
I\lacy knocked a grand slam to made a home run giving
as they started the off Line Coach Butch Redding events with their age classes (Ages H-l: ) Eddie Bro\\n and
games top the runs, and Sheila Baldwin an 8-5 win. SPRINGS scheduled Young said, "to .
last Friday night. In the top of Jackson stroked a triple to During last Thursday's "Peeping Toms" will soon be keep track of what is going "But we have improved a lot and advisors are as listed: Kevin Crug1' 1st placl'. Fn'd
50 Yard Dash (Ages 8.9)) Baker 2nd place (IAge; lli'17
the first, two singles by Debra make the score 6-2. night game First Baptist scuba diving in three nor- on: this week."
Gilpin and Debbie Broughton rolled 9-1 over'irst Methodist thwest Florida lakes to spy on To evaluate which of the Coach Redding stated that Laverne McDuffie and Joe Chuck Bro\\ 1st place ,
brought in two runs by Sheila In the bottom of the second, during Ih,' first game of the the private lives of channel three types of "dens" may the problem that the offensive Woods Ill) Felicia- 1st Nichols:place; 2nd(Ages lO- Kevin 4-10 Yard Cruger Hun -- (Ages 2nd pia\1-1.1 I;!
Cox and Olivia Harper, who Colonial's K. Lunn started off I1Ight. First Baptist had a lead catfish when personnel of the prove to be most attractive line had to overcome was (Ages 1-1-15)) Eddie- Brown place Fred Baker 51h place
with a home run. Then a single 9-0 with one home run by Game and Fresh Water Fish and efficient an equal hitting too high and not 3rd place (Ages 16-171) Chuck- 440 Relay Boys :3i'd! pial"
by Kendall and a double by Johnny Powell four singles, Commission get a program in number of drums boxes and coming off the ball fast Brown 1st place. Kevin Crugl \\.1111"!
I\lacy scored Kendall home. two doul.les, and two triples.In full sing to induce channel tire arrangements will be enough Softball Throw ( Thompson Terry Albl'l'l ,IIHI
Ages 8.9))
301 !\lacy was brought in by two the top of the fourth Joey catfish to reproduce naturally placed in each lake, with all to "We worked on that thiswl.'ek Laverne :McDuffie2nd place. Fred Baker
Bakker, started off with a in lake have 2-1 "dens", he said and
; waters.
singles hit by Rayburn and now we are doing (Ages 10-11)) Albert :\lcDulfie- 4-10 Relay Girls.Ilh pIituGloria
Reddish giving Colonial a 9-2 triple and was brought home BIOlogists say that, while Young explained that small better:' said Hedding. 1st place, Charles Woods 2nd Woods. l'elit'liIl'hlll: -
lead. Colonial scored by Tlmoth) Crews' sacrifice some specie of catfish spawn catfish are favorite foods of
four Freda :
:Marion Thornton place: (Ages 12-13( Terry McDougaldLaverne '"
DRIVE-1F'I IFrio field for Firstl1tthodist's bass and said that and Danny
more runs during the last two to center and reproduce in lake waters largemouth Anderson Albert 1st place Walter :\lcDulfle
are both
innings of the game. only run. channel catfish rarely do so. the "dens" will be located
,. Sat" Smoker rolled a 9-5 over The channel catfish spawns near vegetation und cover
During the second game Smith and Brown Elec. during naturally in rivers and \\here the young fish CUll hide I -
(i K.TEL INTERNATIONAL Norman's plowed a 1-1-0 over the second game of the night streams,depositing its eggs in and escape predation if
AN ARTHUR STELOFF PRESENTATION Koch's Drug as Norman's In the top of the first Doug some sort of a depression or reproduction occurs as IS
lead off with five runs, five cavity. Goal of researchers is anticipated.
hits. In the top of the second, to find ways to induce natural lie urged fishermen findlllg
Vorese Patrick started off RestockingImproves reproduction in fish "dens" to avoid disturbing or
with a single and scored on a management lakes and increase molesting the area through
double hit by Sheila Norman. the numbers of this spring and early summer
For the remainder of the desirable food fish. \\hen nesting and spalll11ng
game two home runs by Diane Fisheries Biologist Norman: usually occurs.
Jordan and Kelly Richards B. Young says that metal
and three singles one triple Fishing drum wood box and large
and one fielder's choice tractor tire "dens" are being Ihe Old 1'mEJt New Cars
scored the runs. TALLAHASSEE Florida placed in Bear Lake in Santa
JAMES COL3CJRNTELLY fishing is good and it's bound Rosa County, in Karick Lake
SA VA LAS to get better, thanks to the in Okaloosa County. and in bLiJ'L
BUD SPENCERRRE1SOMTOUUE Game and Fresh Water Fish Lake Victor in Holmes County li ,
Commission's fish improve. in an effort to induce the
FLORIDATHEATRE ment program. So far this catfish to go Into a sort of ) (

RRMSIJMTODIE! 1 spring stocked,200,000 the program black bass has fin- families.seclusion and take up raising I U Trucks

HERITAGE ENTERPRISE' PICTURE gerlings throughout the state. "Frequent scuba diving to "'
MICHAEL Produced BILLINQSLEYDect.d by; And according to Richloam monitor the so-called 'dens' is (
by hatchery manaller Harold
COLOR 1ONINOVALERII 'c Frl.. Sat.. Sun. R'eveC another 100.000 are L 1.ctt.1 1.

PLUS BOYHAVE WE COT A scheduled the end of for spring stocking before .

"Re L 0 b 0" VACATION FOR YOU... waters Most of or the waters bass go that Into new are At Old Prices !

With John Wayne being renovated. However,
the Commission is working
Sun.-Mon with the Lake County Lake
Improvement Association in
an experimental stocking BEAUTIFUL
program on Lake Griffin.
Fish released in Lake SCULPTURES SAVE $140
I til Griffin are coated with a
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COLD ...ALL and It allows the Commission 100% Nylon ',
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ONTHE ONTHE of stocked Clsh.
OUTSIDE INSIDE! Waters selected for stocking
or restocking are inspected by $59QYD

COLOR : / the biological Commission determination and of a With Clyde, Ennie Byron TODAYTERWILLEGAR

the actual value of adding fish
to those waters made. If
stocking is Indicated, the
water, in most cases, is SHAGtR99
cleared of all existing fish
population with chemicals,
.Where and a fresh population of
.. nothing can
fingerling largemouth bass,
possibly go worn bluegihls and redear sunfish $
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flANAVISIONO IMETROCOLO" !\ predeterm med proportions. P.rYd. -
Removal of this original
prevents the small 1
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.iumcst ssu.oPISSNOP. $ serving as food for nongame
=. .... FIOST PLUS predator Clsh. It also insures a Padding & Installation Available

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All interested citizens are ,
invited to enroll in adult
classes that are organized in
the various centers. This is an
opportunity for individuals to ILL I
improve for better jobs sell t
Improvement in any field
desired. Music classes are
taught for music lovers.

CHURCH NEWSPhiladelphia

Baptist E Qa ir
Church of Law ley will observe
Women and Men's Day
Sunday May 19, beginningwith
Sunday School at 10 a.m.
Morning service will begin at
11:30 a.m. The speaker will be
Mrs. Sallie Reddick of White
Springs. Music will be furnished BEEF
by Freewill United
Baptist Church of Raiford, of
which Rev. H. Hudson is [* MAY 16
pastor.Men's. PRICES GOOD THURS.

Day will begin at :3
p.m. Their speaker will be Mr. THRU
C.C.Anderson of Lawtey. You
are cordially invited to attendall
services. Rev. W. D.
Dennis, pastor.Greater W-D BRAND USDA INSP
Jasper Williams pastor
Weekly services will begin BACONHORMEL PATTIES
with Ushers Board No. 2 and GR. BEEF
Choir No. 3 meeting Monday
night. Wednesday night

night Prayer(tonight Meeting.) the Thursday Ladies C SAVE -$199

Circle will meet at the home of 1-LB. 7 8 O ;$ PKG.PKG. .
Mrs.J.W. Prince. The Prayer .
Band will meet at the home of 31 CLB. 't
Mrs. Rebecca Allen Friday
night. Saturday dinners will CANNED Q 1 0 W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF
be sold from the kitchen. SAVE BONELESS SHOULDERLB.
Sunday is pastoral day.
Sunday School will begin HAM LB. 70C ROAST98C
services at 9:30.: Morning
service at 11 a.m. Dinner at PKG.
12:30.: League at 4 p.m.
Evening service at 6 p.m.
Church Rev. B. C. Williams, ; B'
Chuck Steak
pastor. Services as follows: Chuck Roast
Sunday School at 10 a.m.
Morning service at 11 a.m.
Choir Union at MacclennyAllen $$ 78J
5:30.: Chapel. Evening serviceat SAVE 9C LB. "SAVE lay lR SAVE 12e

All members are asked to
Baby Contest that will terminate i

p.m. Sunday May 26 at 3 5LI. PEACHES TUNA FISH I GR.BEANS :

AT PLE\S.\-OT:; GROVE Limit 4 with $7.SO or more purchase excl.cigs.
This Sunday, May 19, a
Youth Day will be observed at
Pleasant Grove Baptist
Church. ThyiMal yt 1
The 11 a.m. speaker will be
!Miss Shirley Johnson. The 3
speaker will be Mr Carl
p.m. f
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Ebenezer Baptist Church
Rev. Leroy Davis, pastor.
Service schedule as follows
no weekly

Siani services Women this Convention week. The will Mt. Potted Meat Green Beans

convene May 1619. Mrs. A.
Davis President. The conven- 3...... QQc 4i voi.. Q Q C
tion will be held in Gainesville 5 CANS 33- 88c CANS
at First Baptist Church, Rev. QntityRights
Eugme Gane r, pastor. ReservedWINN
The Junior Choir of .
Ebenezer enjoyed a picnic at COPYRIGHT 1974 TYSON CHICKEN I
Magnolia Lake last Saturday RED RIPE
with the vice-president and SALISBURY OR TURKEYDINNER U.S. No. 1
Rev. Davis accompanyingthem.
The Junior Choir is asked to GOLDEN CREAM OR STRAWBERRIES
appear on program in the CORN
Women Gainesville.New Convention. at 2:30: in W.K. CORN

Rev.Weekly Leroy Bethel services Baptist Davis will Church.pastor.begin 4 16-oa. 88BETTY $ 1 0 S9C

with Prayer Meeting and CANS $i ....
Bible Class at 7:30.: Wed-
nesday night after Prayer 3
Meeting Mrs. Chandler is e,1h

asking all young people to SAVE 78c-MRS. SMITH'S
meet to organize the junior
asked to sing in the Women COCONUTCREAM
Convention( in Gainesville +
Saturday a12:30.: All membersare PIE
asked to please cooperatewith '+ Pot Pie
this activity.

:Methodist Pleasant Church.Grove Rev.United Willie 218V2-0&.8Ic 2,0-., $1 00 ..... $, 00 2 16-0&. $1 00
Stitt pastor. Wednesday nightof I U.S. EXTRA FANCY RED DELICIOUS 5 'KGS. PIES
each week Bible Class is APPLES
held at 730.: Wednesday nightat
8 p.m., Prayer Meeting. 15 'OR $,,99CHEK
Sunday School will be held at
rally will terminate. All Soft Drinks 12 $100 1 Beef 12 of, $119 2 49C Cake $139
members are asked to CANS CAN Cabbage HEADS Layer CAKE


donation Conference of $20 will is asked.convene in Dill Stix . . 26.01.JAR 49C . 3 CANS $100 Celery I . . STALK 23C Chix 'N Basket "PKG.": $179


:Methodist Mt. Church Moriah,Rev.United Willie Peanut Butter "* ORI. 99c Saltines 0 0 2 PKGS. 88C Potatoes 10 tBS. $179 Potatoes 4'/2 : 99cTHRIFTY
Stitt, pastor. A Mother's Day .
held last
program was all Sundaythat Tomatoes 3 $100 Onions 5 69C Perch Dinner 2 : ':& $1
attended.was Choir enjoyed rehearsal by was who 0 CANS Bread . 2 LOAVES 88C . IBS s.


School Choir 1 will-begin and 2 at 7:30.:at 10 Church a.m. Cat Food . 5 Its' $100 Hot Dog Rolls 2 .AS. 59C Waffles . 2 'KGS.13'01. $1 Pie ShellsFRISKIES . IS.01.PKO... 63c

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May 16, 1974 TELEGRAPII Page 11I

Water Pours Into Newly Reroofed Gym

Adds To School Maintenance ProblemsAfter .NOTES

paying$7,000 about six judgment," -
Attorney gnaw heating ana air-conamoiung
months roof ago for for the a completenew Bradford said, referring to the way the systems, the board is By Kathy Brown
High gymnasium, the School crack In the gym roof was becoming more and more
Board has found in the covered with felt and tar. hard-nosed about the Improper BRADFORD COUNTY 4-H
two weeks the roof, Supt. Jim Temple said it was operation of the Bradford County 4-H'ers
as Supt. thought the felt and tar would systems equipment
and our volunteer 4-H leaders
Jim Temple it
put May 7, be elastic to that in BradfordMiddle
enough stretch
have been busy recentlyand
"leaks ,Worse than the old
when heat expanded a crack School. a number of activities are ,"
one.Wherr the matter in the ceiling of the 20-year-old Turknett has not been at two on the calendar for the next

again Monday night,came May 14 up, building.Temple had brought the the recent school meetings board during had plannedto which month. f4 :
Gene Shaw Each 4-H member undertakes center{ ;
Attorney advisedthe famIly
board to write the leaking gym roof to the boards dig into the heating, ven- at least one 4-H
attention at the tilation, and
tractor, giving him 20 days to regular air-conditioning project when he joins a 4-H
monthly meeting 7, and Architect
fix the roof. Basketball May problems. Morgan Club. Careful records of activities -
the board at that time decided has explained to the board his in the are kept,
Wayne McLeod brought the project
up to ask for bids on repairing the dependence Turknett to
upon and at this time of the year
subject again Monday ,
night leak. Those bids will be with
come to
water telling poured the school through board the roof that opened next at a special meeting why the up systems answers don't work as due.these Each 4-H project project books book are is I ] Q ](OQOQD! ( 0 icuuLL l ]

and boards."I is .buckling the gym floor over Monday maintenance,May 20 problemswith ,set to go Turknett and his for dependence recommendations on- judged awarded for a quality ribbon.of The work best and I ,. ,

believe tell the you school what board, I oughtto don't Systems Architect Engineer Don Morganand Roy them on work.what to do to make receives project book a medal.in an These area U.S. 301 OPEN DAILY 9 TO 9 P.M. Starke Fla

pay for errors in Turknett. malfunctioning Morgan has been on the awards and ribbons are SUNDAY 12 TO 7 P.M. ,
chronically carpet before Supt. Templeand received with pride by the
the school board
several deserving 4-H member at the WEN
times in recent weeks, under ANNUAL 4-H AWARDS
I pressure to take whatever DINNER, which will be heldon
The steps necessary to make the FRIDAY EVENING, MAY

OFFICE the equipment middle school adequately and second cool 24.number We are of 4-H very members proud of who the 10" Electric Chain Saw

phase of the new high school.
135 W. CALL ST. "You know, Don, we've have Bradford participated in the ThDOUBLE
County 4-H Programthis
never refused (to ) for .
SHDP pay a
96463O5Offers single request you've made," completed year,and 4-H of projects.the number of .,...r, ,. INSULATED
pointed out Board Members __
Another highlight of the .t
Elaine Thompson and A, N. I
Awards Dinner will be the
(Doc) Holliday.
"That's right" presentation of two .... .....
agreed. Morgan scholarships for 4-H Camp to I f'" v .*.,.,,,<.,."",,',",,.,!
the 4-H members who ; i
"So, we're waiting on you," the best project record ,I We Will Be \
A Full Line Of Thompson added. books.At ,
The heating and air- I' Happy To ,*|
the Awards Dinner
conditioning system in new will I t Refund Your Money It,1m:
also honor volunteer
Phase 3 of the high school is our : If You Are Not 1 III *
4-H leaders.
There .
Office Supplies operating in good order, Supt. number of leaders who are have a ,, Saliiliad With iT*'
Temple to the board 1 ,
reported '
given much time and effort to 'r' J Your Purchi ee <
Monday night. The systemwas help the 4-H members with f Ora
installed by SawyerSladeof their projects and activities. V'. :..: ..J
Starke. ..
Temple congra- .
These the
are people we could $ 88
tulated Architect Morgan on not do without, but the
the best test and balance 3 8
Pencils ones we often neglect to thank.
he has
reports seen on any
school here. Our 4-H Camp will be early
this year. The 4-H members LIMIT 1 PLEASE
I Those reports were sent to will attend camp at Doe Lakein
the State Department of the Ocala National Forestfor
T Education and a letter from
an exciting and fun-filled
SDE has been received back
week, JUNE 10-14. Many Golden "T"
advising of the state's ac
-- activities,
D ceptance of Phase 3 subject to' including swimming
lessons and hikes,
correction of exit doors which are
the order of the week. We
need to be reinforced.The -c
that all eligible 4-H'ers are
File reminded state the board inspector of its planning to go to camp this

I responsibility to withhold final year.

CabinetsCALL payment installation on the is building not satisfac-if the FREEZING CANNING SEASONAs AND 'K 22"Briggs Cut&with Stratton ultra-lift easy-spin blade.Kool 3-1/2 Bore H.P.!> .....,

torily completed. After the home vegetable gardens I il engine. Automatic choke & recoil start
favorable test and balance begin to produce, I receive \-i\ : !> WhirlKingFertilizer
r chaF9etifChromehplatedasteel"T"stylle
MR. POOSER reports, Supt. Temple many calls for information on I r
recommended that Contractor how to can or freeze specific .. handle with safety lock.
FOR ALL OF YOUR OFFICE $10,000 Ernest,Triest but the be board paid decidedto all but vegetables. I am always r..u"I'O"
to this in-
happy provide

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$35,759, until the doors are \
This Weeks reinforced. problem or a question.As $5999
you know if you have any It
With "
e\perience canning or
SPECIAL At Monday night's meeting freezing, the processing timeor ." SpreaderW0904
the board also accepted food }
blanching time varies with '
bids on meats upon recom- '1"0
each fruit. It is
vegetable or
mendation of Food Service
SECRETARY Supervisor Betty Gehringer.Bids essential for your safety, and # trPA e 8' to 12' swath. High impact plastic
for flavorful that
were down from the unit withstands chemicals. 50lb.
highs the board had to vegetables be processed long capacity hopper with nylon gears.
POSTURE par.the enough to stop the action of ---
previous quarter. : Twin legstands, double handle.
anbacteria. A
ground beef for instance, was enzymes ACTION. / \ f{ '
bid Monday at 78 cents reliable canning and freezing ;
per reference manual is best GARD
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resource at this season of the
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I By JoMphlne FonUlne County Agents I LAWTEY Jeannette Prescott By StudentsStudents

Bradford Countyart
SOFTBALL NEWS while there. of
toextend sympathy special programs
School News CHURCH The Brooker Softball team under the directionof classes will present their
to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Phillipsand ACTIVITIES Thursday.Mrs. They are sidewalk art show
The Hampton Elementary Church of God remained undefeated last Mrs. James first annual
family and to Mr. and Sunday Hermie Kelly and Countrymanand
18 from 10
PTA will meet Monday School 10 a.m. Services week by downing First accompanied by Mrs. this Saturday, May ,
Mrs. Sherman Newman, all of Worship Cecil Whitehead visited their Bradford
Hampton, in the death of the evening, May 20, at 8 p.m. in Bobby '11- 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. YPE cousins, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Methodist and Smith and Paul Emery. a.m. to 3 p.m. at Center.
the school library. Tom and Prayer Meeting Brown. Against First Square Shopping
grandson of the Phillips and Saturdayat Smith and Mrs. Beulah Revelsof have been
Newmans. Casey, school principal, at Taylor 7:30: p.m. Palatka on Thursday. Methodist Wednesday night, !MOTHERDAUGHTERKANQUKT The students
that time will give a report of .' Kevin Privett of Dinsmore Brooker was 25-1 in a game ; working very hard all year

CITY NEWS; interest to all parents of in- Faith Baptist Church Radio spent the weekend with his that went only 5 innings. Bass New River Baptist Church and deserve recognition Denise for

Notice to all Hampton formation gathered by the Program over WPXE Starke 8 dad, George Privett, and and Tomlinson collected 3 hits held its third Annual Mother their efforts, says Mrs. of the

Residents: the garbage man School Advisory Committee. a.m. Sunday. Sunday School grandmother, Mrs Elnora each. Allen Nipper, Temple, and Daughter Banquet, McCulloch, organizer
cannot give door service or We've had a lot of calls and 10 a.m. Worship Services 11a.m. Privett and Young collected 2 apiece Thursday, May 9, to the theme show. have
pick up garbage from the The kindergarten, first and visits this week about garden and 7:30: p.m. School on Mrs. Geneva Reddish of Allen Williams, Tomlinson, "Mothers and DaughtersFrom High school students
porches. Garbage must be second grades will be taking problems. Unusual weather is Bible Doctrine, Tuesday 8 Wildwood spent Sunday afternoon Melvin, McRaney and Around the World." chosen work to be displayedfrom and

placed by the side of the road achievement tests during the causing poor growth and fruit p.m. at Pastor's home. Prayer with Mr. and Mrs. Les Temple each scored three World globes were used with water colors, pastel will
for pick next two weeks to determine set on a number of vegetableslike Meeting Wednesday 7:30: p.m. McClellan. runs. The game ended after 5 pictures of mothers and pencil drawings. They
up. crewel
ther progress in various tomatoes, squash, and Bible Study. Roger Eunice left Friday innings because of the 10-run daughters from around the also display work in

FRIENDS; AND: NEIGHBORS: : subjects.Mrs. cucumbers, and insects and after spending several weeks rule. Key Young was the world. Also there were large stitchery, macrame well three and
diseases are making their Grace United Methodist winning pitcher. silhouettes placed around the batik, as as
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Greenhof with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. dimensional work in papier-
from Long Beach, California, Carol Shields will annual appearance. Church Sunday School 9:45: Harold Eunice. He will spendthe Thursday night Brooker room of mothers and
are visiting her daughter and direct her students in an A combination Insecticidewith a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. weekend with his brother beat Smith and Brown 95. daughers from the church. mache and pottery.be
will also paintingand
family, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Honor America Day programto Sevin and malathion will and 7 p.m. Wednesday MYFat and sister-in-law, Mr. and Frank Tomlinson collected 2 Master of Ceremonies was There from various
Hozie of Hampton Lake. The the school assembly on control most insects on your 7 p.m. followed by Choir Mrs. Emory Eunice and base hits, Mott and McRaney Mrs. Laverne Dyal. drawings schools. Bradford
Hozies are residents of the Friday. A special speaker will garden plants. If you do not Practice at 7:30: p.m. family in Tennessee.Mrs. scored 2 runs each. J. E. Mott During the program there elementary School students will

Funny Farm of Hampton make the presentation more have a combination insecticide There will be an all day Bill Wolfe and Dannyof was the winning pitcher. This was group singing, and a Hat Middle work in the various
Lake. meaningful.The try to rememberthat Gospel Sing at the church on Cape Coral spent the week Brooker plays Baldwin Parade, which the husbandshad display medias
Mrs. Trudie Durham and Sevin is good for worms, May 26. All churches are weekend with her mother, Chevrolet Monday night and made for their wives to drawing and painting and,
family spent Mother's Day fourth, fifth and sixth beetles and bugs, and invited to join us for dinner at Mrs. Hester Hicks, and Lawtey Wednesday night. wear. The prettiest hat award as well as papier-mache
weekend with Mrs. Durham's grades have been viewing the malathion is good for aphids, noon and to join in the singing brother-in-law and sister, Mr. went to Mrs. Wayne Parrish; handmade pottery.

mother, Mrs. Maggie Shine of Senate Judicial Hearings on worms, thrips and flies. during the afternoon between and Mrs. Glen Shuford and 4-11 NEWS the funniest to Mrs. Pete
Pidgen Creek, Alabama, whois TV. They are forming their You should also rememberthat 1 and 4 p.m.Highland family. The New River 4-H Club had Douglas; the most original to Junior-Senior
88 years old. Mrs. Durham own opinions about the impeachment insecticides such as Sevin Mrs. Effie Ogilvie and her its last meeting of the year on Mrs. James Balkham and the
will spend several days hearings and are and malathion will not control Baptist Church sister-in-law, Mrs. Linnie May 9, with an end of the year gaudiest to Mrs. Billy C.havis. Prom Set Saturday

visiting while the rest of the learning history as it is being plant diseases. If you have Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Ogilvie, spent Tuesday with party. Cake, ice cream and Gifts were given to the
family return to Hampton. made. leaf-spots, rust, blights Worship Service 11 a.m. Choir her brother-in-law and sister, lemonade were served. There mother with the most Night In Armory
Visitors of Mrs. Margaret mildews, or other diseases on Practice 6:30: p.m. Evening Mr. and Mrs. Luther Hilliard with eight members present. children, Mrs. Bob Ham-

Johnston are Woodie, Judy, An extensive weather unit is your plants,you must spray or Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer and family. Another guest of Everyone turned in a record mond; the youngest mother, Bradford High School's
Angie, Stanley, Sally and being conducted by the fourth, dust with a fungicide to get Meeting Wednesday 7:30: p.m. the Hilliards was their great book which were sent to the Mrs. Larry Henry; the oldest 1973-74 Junior-Senior prom is
Bonnie Jean all from Los fifth and sixth grades. Theyare control. Maneb and-or Lineb niece, Miss Cathy Kite of Starke office and will be mother, Mrs. Eva Harrell. almost here, Saturday, May
Vegas. using their math in are good general purpose Northside Baptist Church!! Jacksonville.Mrs. judged. There will be an There were large daisy arrangements 18, at the new National Guard
making charts on daily fungicides that can be used on Sunday School 10 a.m. Wor- Wade Gaskins and Awards Dinner on May 24, in for the table Armory, beginning at 8 p.m.
BIRTHDAYS weather changes involvingwind most vegetables for disease ship Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: Mrs. Les McClellen visited Starke and all members that decorations and name cardsof

Lucille Perry celebratedher clouds, precipitationand control p.m. Prayer Meeting Wed- Mrs. Mary Norman on turned in a record book will be silhouettes. The cooks for This year's Prom Theme is
60th birthday May 12. She temperature. Mr. Caseyis Always remember to use nesday at 7:30: p.m. Thursday afternoon. able to attend this Awards this occasion were Mr. "Age of Aquarius" and it will

tells us she is proud to tell her assisting them in Science by the right material at the right Wendell Kelly of Lake Dinner. Thurston Henry, Mr. C. J. be carried out with the colorsof
age and that she is able to feel teaching the proper use of time on the right plants in the LAWTEY SCHOOL Stalnaker, and Rev. James lavender blue, silver, and
Worth is
when spending sometimewith SPRING: : RECITAL and the Zodiac.
as well as she does. cyclometer for wind directionand right way applying !NEWS Countryman. Servers were: purple
Barbara Jean Phillips, 8 the anonometer to pesticides. Our slogan is to A field day will be held on his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Peter Henry, Tony Ray

years old May 12. Barbara is wind direction.Mr. STOP, read the label, and Friday, May 17, beginning at Hermie Kelly. Harrell, Christi! and Michelle, Stalnaker, Johnny Welch, This year the formal occasion -
Mr. and Mrs. Norman
measure follow directions to the letter. All invited Bobby attended the Spring Recital, will be different from
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rick Ezzell is trainingthe 9:00.: parents are to Drew Andrews, Frankie
Fred Phillips.Mr. attend.A family spent last presented by Joann Canova's Andrews, and Stanley Hayes. the past, because of the
fifth grade boys to com- Sunday with their brother and
fourth and fifth piano students, last Thursday, music. Studentswill
and Mrs. Walter grade Guest speaker was Miss continuous
Rhoden honored their pete this Bradford Saturday morning in Even though fertilizer softball team will be par- sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. May 9, in Starke. This wasMichelle's Harjit Kaur from Naiorbi, rock and roll with top hits
the Elementary Norman of Gulf
daughter, Dianne, on her 10th School Invitation Softball prices are high and beef ticipating in a tournament at Reggie Hammock first recital. Mr. Kenya, East Africa. She has from "Rush" and then changethe
birthday April 18 with a bir- The prices are low, our farmers Southside Elementary Schoolon on Wacasaa. and Mrs. J. C. Harrell, her just finished her fourth year at scene to "Terror" which
Tournament. single River.
thday supper. elimination tournament will and ranchers are finding that Saturday, May 18. The Mrs. Ernest Hewitt of grandparents, of Gainesvillealso Trinity College, Dunedin, andis will put soul into the picture.A .
pearlmillet and the sorghum x games will start at 9 a.m. attended. leaving next month to serve
begin at ::2G with eight teams Tallahassee, Mrs. Cecil Dobbsof
.\\MVERS\RIES: : sudangrass hybrids can add On May 21 and 22 students in in South America as a photographer will be on
five schools
Walter and Peggy Rhoden from area quality and quantity to their the accelerated program will Huntsville, Ala., Mr. and BIRTHDAY PARTY missionary. She presented a hand to take pictures.: In-
celebrated their 14th wedding being Southside represented School. summer forage programs. be participating in a math Mrs. Burney Dobbs, and their Tiny Hodge was honored real challenge to the mothers vitations will be checked at
anniversary May 7. Trophieswill These crops when planted on tournament. The competitionwill granddaughter, Casey Dobbs, Saturday afternoon with a and daughters present.Approximately the door, no one will be
be awarded the schoolsfor
to well drained, fertile soils and be by grade levels and and grandsons, Charles and party to celebrate her 9th 50 persons allowed in without one.
RECREATION: their participation, and fertilized and managed will take place at the county Casey, Mr. and Mrs. Edward birthday. That was Sunday, enjoyed the evening. This year's Prom servers
ribbons will be to all
given Jones and
Ceramics class meets 7 p.m. properly can furnish grazingfor school board office.PEItSOALS. family, of May 12. Her friends obviously are: Lewis Cooper, Randy
Thursday evening. participants. The Southside two or more cows per acre Jacksonville, and Mrs. J. L. know of her fondness for Chesscr, Beverly Meng, Sonja
every SENIOR CITIZENS PTA will provide refreshments from June into September. : Heath of Savannah, Ga., puzzles as she received 7. Biggs, Laura Thomas, Cindy
for the students. visited at the home of Mr. and
declines Dr. and Mrs. W. R. Crews
REGULAR MEETING Forage quality Gissy, Anita Green, Raymond
Friday evening 7:30: pm.. out Everyone and cheer is invited to come rapidly as the plants mature, and family, and Arthur Green Mrs. Arlie Dobbs during theMother's PERSONALS: SLOGAN Whittle, Matt Herres, and
May 17 Hampton'sSoftball so grazing managementshould and son Art, of Albany, Ga., Day weekend Mothers Day was very Curtis Crawford.
Team to victory! be designed to keep the Mr. and Mrs. Roy A. Patrickof holiday. Her sister, Mrs. special for Mrs. Nellie Pringleof Shut Off Something!

plants in a young vegetativestate. Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Heath, remained for a longer Lakeland with all four of _.._.., -f* I
Alvin B. Howard, Mr. and visit.Mr. her daughters with her and )
How of Both grasses should be Mrs. A. J. Crawford, Edward and Mrs. H. C. Harley of especially her grandson, PaulD. r Ti'r r r rI
many rotationally grazed for best Crawford and son, Mr. and Bushnell attended the funeralof Prescott, Jr., whom she a

results. The plants should be Mrs. Cecil Crawford, Jr., Mr. their aunt, Mrs. Sarah hadn't seen in over a year and
these ways can the allowed to grow to 30 inches and Mrs. W. H. Green and Osborne, in Jacksonville on his new family. Everyone hada I ,

then grazed back to 6-8 inches. family, of Lawtey, and Mr. Wednesday. They spent from wonderful time. We thank
With pearlmillet, continuous and Mrs. Rudolph Chism and Tuesday to Thursday with God she's so much better.

Dale Carnegie Course grazing is acceptable if the family, of Starke, gathered at their son-in-law and daughter, Mrs. Eva Han-ell's sister, I Ia
stocking rate can be adjustedto the home of Rev. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Masseyand Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Croft of z

E benefit ? keep the forage at 10-15 Cecil Crawford on Saturdayfor family, and other St. Petersburg,came by to see
you The inches. Close continuous a family get together. relatives.Mr. her last Wednesday on their
reasons each
year and Mrs. Robert Mc to Nashville Tenn. She
grazing can reduce the stand Frank Dorman of way ,
more than
80,000 men and women take the Course and lower subsequent Jacksonville spent Thursdaywith Clellan and Jeff were Sunday also had Capt. and Mrs. J. E.

vary from improving their ability in getting along production. The sorghum x his sister, Mrs. Bryant dinner guests of their parents, Edwards, her brother, of the
better with others to building self-confidence and sudangrass hybrids should not Reddish. Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellan. State Farm, visiting her

acquiring poise. During the Course you gain be continuously grazed Oscar Carter nephew, Another guest during the day Saturday.

understanding of what motivates people-including because of the danger of Randy Roberts, went to Hot was their daughter, Mrs. Prayer List: Mrs. Eva

yourself. Here are a few of the many benefits you get prussic acid poisoning when Springs, Arkansas, to take Maxie Reddish, of State Harrell, Aunt Alice Edwardsof

from the Dale Carnegie Course: young forage is consumed.This advantage of the springs Farm. Gainesville.
should not be grazed there. Mrs. Debbie Napier of
New effectiveness in communicating ideas to others. Jacksonville spent the long YOUTH CHOIR
betore the plants are 30 inches Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Griffis
New self-reliance in coping with problems and situations.New high or when the plants are in and family and Mrs. Maines weekend with her grand- New River Baptist Youth
enthusiasm for work and responsibility.New a stressed condition. Griffis and children of parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Choir, known as the !New' Paul) Stegall

competence in decision Palatka spent Sunday with Wilkison, Sr. Other guests River Country Kids, put on a
their mother Mrs. Nellie during the weekend were Mrs. full hour musical program
New freedom New Cleaner
from boredom and worries. Wilkinson, Mrs. Daisy Boch, Lavone Wilkison and children consisting of solos, trios, ProprietorPaul
New.success in getting along with others. I have had several calls and Lynn. who were dinner guests on quartets, instrumental, and
New perspectives toward work and family. about planting dates for Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Edge and Sunday and attended services choir numbers Sunday Stegall recently purchased Doyle the Cleaner's dry
establishment, 418 West Call Street, from J. D.
with her. Also
son and cleaning
New appreciation for soybeans. Optimum of Jacksonville the
others. planting family spent evening during worship
and and has named the business Paul's Drive-In Cleaners.
daughter-in-law, Mrs. Doyle
New motivation to strive for dates soybeans on our soils Sunday with their brotherinlaw service.
higher rewards. Donald Wilkison their has made some major alterations to the plant. A
New are May 15 to June 15, when and sister, Mr. and Mrs. were The choir will be going downto
interest in people window has been added customers the
knowledge, experience. soil moisture is favorable for Paul Griffis. dinner guests on Sunday. Safety Harbor First Bap- drive-in providing
For more details about the Dale Carnegie Course and the many germination and growth. If Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Mr and Mrs. Robert E. Lee tist, for three days the end of advantage of dropping off and picking up clothes without
and John visited their automobile. An alteration has also
plantings must be made after of Jacksonville relatives in and will leaving department
benefits it offers you. please call Clayton were the month, presentwere
the optimum period, then a Friday afternoon guests of Enigma, Ga. on Sunday.Mrs. been added.
9041336010DALE late-maturity Wayne Massey Stegall will stress quality and service.
variety such as their mother, Mrs. C. R.
Hardee, Hampton or Hutton Crews and Glenann. returned home from Bradford Paul and his wife. Jean, and their three" sons Paul Jr.,
CARNEGIE should be used on the mineral Paul Eunice of Graham and County Hospital on Thursdayafter dinner guests of their Griffin, and Keith, are from Keystone Heights. The family
soils. Bragg could also be Arthur Melton of Waldo having had surgery on parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred moved to Keystone Heights from ValdosUi. Ga: Paul sold

\g; COURSEThe included in this group if the visited his parents, Mr.\ and her foot. We pray that her foot Moore, on Sunday.Mr. chemicals for a major company for a number of years. He
will continue and Mrs. Barry Watts wife chose the for the small
planting is made within a Mrs. Harold Eunice on to improve.Mrs. and his Starke-Keystone area ;
Dale Carnegie Course Is being sponsored by the week or two of the optimum Saturday.Mrs. Myrtle Alvarez and were Saturday overnight town atmosphere.The .
Keystone Heights Rotary Club. A class will begin in Keystone planting period. Nellie Parrish of daughter Lisa, Mrs. Alma guests of their mother, Mrs. family is active in community affairs and enjoy sports,
Heights soon.Presented. General seeding rate Maxville was a luncheon Thompson, Mrs. Mabel Mc Bessie Watts, and their such as hunting, fishing! and leather crults. :Mr. and :Mrs.
Clellan and Mrs. Verda Johns brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Stegall both attended Auburn University.Mr. .
by'N. Fla. Institute, 2955 Christopher Rd. recommendations call for guest of her in-laws, Mr. and
Jacksonville, Fla. 32217 seed spaced about an inch Mrs. O. J. Anders, and dinner attended commencement and Mrs. G. C. Stanley of Doyle's many friends from over 25 years in the dry
apart in rows 30 to 36 inches guest of her sister-in-law, exercises where her son, Crescent City. cleaning business, will be glad to learn that he will IK'
apart. Mrs. Hester Hicks Vernon Frazier Johns Mr. and Mrs. Charles associated with Mr. Stegall in operating the business for an
received his diploma in Carter and daughter and their indefinite period.

Doctor of Theology at First mother, Mrs. Lois Carter, Paul and Mr. Doyle invite you to Mop by and become
Baptist Church Sanctuary, were Sunday dinner guests of acquainted.

Jacksonville, on Friday, May her son and daughter-in-law,
10. Refreshments were servedto Mr. and Mrs. Lane Carter and

about 1,500 after the ser family in Gainesville.Mrs. .
vices. Jack Kuhne went to

IT TAKES Rev. and Mrs. Jimmy Alachua General Hospital on Bible Rnswers:
and carried her
Parrish of State Farm visited Wednesday
Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellan mother, Mrs. Jim !Newsom' WHO CAN I BLAME fr I AM LOST
after services on Wednesday home. She was an overnight
guest of her sister, Mrs. Win. NOT GOD God
night. gave his Son Woo( 3:161.: God would that
Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Cowan, Mobley, of Chiefland.Mrs. all men might be saved 1 Tim 1 2:3: 4)).-God gave the gospel to
\Mr. and Mrs. Julius Beach, Vernon Mobley and save (Rom 1:16): )
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. North and children spent Sunday with

family, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. their mothers, Mrs. Sidney NOT CHRIST. He died for all (Heb. 2:9): ) He invites all
r OMETOhe Swindell and family, John Clemons and Mrs. Viola ((Matt. .M'u: ). does not want men to perish, but to
Cowan and Miss Robin Ray, Mobley of Baxley, Ga. come to repentance (III Pet. 3.91.)
all of Jacksonville, gatheredat Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kuhne

the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. and family, and Mrs. Stare ,NOT! THE HOLY SPIRIT. The Holy Spirit guided men

F. Robertson and Mrs. Edith Holmes and children of !Mtirar,7h19TBKbleul(II PoBt. 1:21)l: ) which meets our needs
Swinner on Sunday to were guests of their parents, ( : !. Spirit invites (Rev 22:17): ).
.celebrate the birthdays of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Newsom of

Julius Beach and John Robert Chiefland on Sunday.Mr. YOU CAN BLAME NO ONE BUT YOUR OWN SELF. Man
KNOW nE. Cowan. and Mrs. Harold Jones must save himself Acts 2:40: ; "Save yourself from this
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Crews of and Symantha of Jacksonville croaked generator" Man must work out his own salvation,

Jacksonville were Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ph.lhPans. 2:12: ; "So then? my Moved even as ye have
dinner guests of their mother, Wilkerson of Raiford, Mr. and always obeyed not as In my presence only, but now much
Mrs. Pierce Crews. Mrs. Earl Wilkerson, and Mr. more in my absence, work out your own salvation with fear
manager of Farmers Mutual Mr. and Mrs. J. C Tye Sr. and Mrs. Timothy Wilkersonand and trembling.bU ."
FARMERS spent the weekend with their family, spent Mother's
Exchange Isn just a "good ole boy. son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Day with their parents, Mr. It hVxr man may be deceived and misled by ther8SaufchBidv -

He has the job he does because he fm MUTUAL. and Mrs. Tommy Talley, and and Mrs. Leon Wilkerson. this to happen.

knows farmers and farming. their son and daughter-in-law, Miss Arthurine Blanchard ; Church
So do his fellow workers.That's EXCHANGE Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Tye, Jr., returned home Wednesdayafter of Christ
and daughter of Daytona
spending three weeks 3 MILES
why when you buy farm supplies Beach. with Miss Esther Mason who SOUTH OF STARKE ON U.S. 3O1Page

from your FMX you know what you're getting. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Futch had recently undergone
and of Jacksonville
Because we know what need. surgery for cataracts. Send Questions to:
you Beach were Sunday dinner Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schedule 01 SCNices
Casey A.
guests of their aunt. Miss Danese and daughter of Minister Sunday
Elizabeth Terry. 10 a m. Bible
Jacksonville called on Miss Study
At. 3, Box 58 t 1 a m
Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Casey Arthurine Blanchard on Starke Fla 6pm Worship
and family and Mickey Moore Sunday afternoon. Worship

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Page 11 TELEUKAPII May 16. 1974 ,l

I -' ",.. .,.. .. LeICALLFOR PUBLIC NOTICE HEARINGA At Arlin Cancer McKnight MeetingDr. Recognized Classified i

public hearing will be held at

BIDS District, Brooksville Florida. the City Hall, Starke, Fla. Robert R. Gillespy, Jr. ,
AND INSTRUCTIONSTO NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO 9:00: A.M., Wednesday May Monday,June 3 at 7.30: p.m. for and Mrs. Arlin McKnight STARKE

BIDDERS REGISTER 29, 1974 Central and Southern the following purpose: Placing a represented Bradford Countyat FQR SALE: Used carpets 18x12
FICTITIOUS NAME Rorida Flood Control District mobile home at the following the annual American CYCLE CENTER portable luggage racks. See at

Sealed bids will be received by Pursuant to Section 865.09 Annex Conference Room, 901 locations: Cancer Society district 207 N. TEMPLE AVE I:: FOR SALEFOR Holiday Inn, Hwy. 301 North.
Board of County Commissionersfor Florida Statutes notice is Evernia Street West Palm All parties will be heard at this nominating meeting in Itchg 5/16. !
time. ------------
Beach Rorida. Jacksonville May 11.
Bradford County Florida at hereby given that the undersigned old I''
9:00: A.M., Thursday April FOR SALE: Large year
of Mr. Gilbert
the Office John Beckon P. O.
Brown, Clerk of the County Box 353 Starke Florida 32091, 30, 1974, Council of Governments 1. Hardwick Taylor: Dr. Gillespy is the medical SALE: 22 snub revolver pony with saddle and bridle. '
Lot 22 in
3 in 5/16.
Commissioners, in the Bradford doing business under the firm Office 3rd Floor Court Subdivision. Gahagan director, and Mrs. McKnightis $19.95, 25 automatic 939.95, $75. 964-6045. 1tp ,
the NE
Quarterof --
County Courthouse, Starke name of "BECKETT'S house Annex Daytona Beach the SE the co-ordinator of public 38 revolver from $49.95, 357 ---------- !
Quarter of the SE
Florida up until 11:00: A.M., TRANSFER", P. 0. Box 353 Rorida. Quarter of Section 21 health nurses, at the Bradford magnum revolvers 51 U.Q? YARD SALE: Saturday May 18,

Friday May 17, 1974, at which Edwards Road, Starke, Bradford 10:00: A.M., Friday. May 31, 6 South Range 22 East, Township County Health Department. nine MMM automatic 9:30: 4 p.m., 3 miles N of
time and place bids received will County Florida 32091, intendsto 1974 Room 203 Pennington record in Plat as same The doctor also serves Clay $129.95. DAHMERS Lawtey on 301, turn left on "
on Book
be publicly opened and read register said fictitious name Building Tallahassee, Rorida. appears No.2. Page 41 of the public and Union Counties. Your Authorized DISCOUNT. 10tchg 5/30 graded road follow signs..
1t 5/16
aloud for furnishing and installing under the provisions of aforesaid ------------ bric-a-brac
records of Bradford County Fla HODAKA
: Mrs. McKnight was
statute. in the office of the Clerk of the possible antiques, curtains
recognized for her several LOTS Zoned for mobile homes
John Beckett
sole owner. Court. North DEALERUp etc. Ph. 7823896. lip 5/16.
FURNITURE FOR BRADFORD Dated this 25th day of April PROCLAMATIONSTATE ( end North Pine contributions to the control of and houses. Several sub- _----------
COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT A. D. 1974 at Starke Rorida. OF FLORIDA Street)) cancer in Bradford County To 118) Miles To The Gallon/ divisions to choose from. Only -

329 NORTH 4/25 4tp 516NOTICE EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT She is chairman of the local $95 down. Monthly paymentsto FOR SALE: Epiphone Guitars!
2. Mallie and L. G.
CHURCH STREET STARKE, TALLAHASSEE Dail: Uterine Cancer Task Force, SALES ANDSERVICE suit your budget. Ph. 468- made in Japan by Gibson now
Begin at the NE Corner of NE
FLORIDA. chairman for patient services 1551 or 9648331. ftchg. at Dahmers Discount tfchg.
OF INTENTIONTO WHEREAS,effective April 15, 1/4 of NW 1/4 W. 230 ft., S. and active in cancer education

SPECIFICATIONS MAY BE REGISTER 1974, because of a serious 729.6 ft. W 597 ft. S. 160 ft. E. ..
programs.Of -------- ---
On -- -- -
All -
SEEN AT THE OFFICE OF THE FICTITIOUS NAME shortage of rainfall for the past 827 ft. N. 889 ft. to P.OB. every dollar contributedin Mokes & Models

CLERK IN THE COURTHOUSE. several months, it was necessaryfor Section 27, T 6 S, Range 22 E. the 1974 Cancer Crusade, YOUR HEADQUARTERSFOR FOR SALE: Registered AngusBull

Pursuant to Section 86509 me to issue a drought emer- W.( D. Faxon property, Rd. 16 about 33 cents will go for PARTS f. ACCE5SOBIf;' J. B. White.

Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk Rorida Statutes notice is here- gency proclamation declaring a East at city limits North of Rd. cancer research Phone 964-6114 or 9648775. t MISCELLANEOUSMOBILE ]

5/92t 516NOTiCE by given that the undersignedJames drought emergency existed in 16)). tfchg.

Trowell, P. 0. Box 421, Manatee Sarasota Charlotte . . . - - - ,
Lake Butler, Florida, doing DeSoto, Hardee Okeechobee 3. Christina Leverett: -' ------------
business under the firm name of St. Lucie, Indian River, Glades, Begin at the NE Corner of theE LOTS WHISPERING -
1/2 of N 1/2 of the SE 1/4 of ATTENTIDNYour FOR SALE: : HOME MOVINb.: Also.
OF APPLICATIONFOR "STARKE SEA FOOD", 212 E. Martin Highlands, Lee, Collier PINES ESTATES, 7 miles '
TAX DEED Washington Avenue, Starke Hendry Broward Dade, NE 1/4 Section 29 Twp. 6 S. R. of Starke on Brownloe mobile home hurricane an-
west ancrmobile"home roof
22 E and run thence South 15 choring
Bradford County Florida Monroe and Palm Beach Zoned for mobile
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, 32091 intends to register said Counties andWHEREAS feet thence run W 350 feet Road. houses. Ph. 964- coating. Olin's MOBILE Home
that Irene Goodwins the holderof fictitious name under the a serious thence run South 50 feet to a homes or Service. 964-5606, Rt. 100 W.
the following certificates has provisions of aforesaid statute. shortage of rainfall continues in point of beginning thence run Future Is Now! 5219.--5/2--4tp------- Starke Fla. tfchg
filed said certificates for a tax James Trowell, sole owner. these counties causing high fire South 100 feet thence run East ---- --------

deed to be issued thereon. The Dated this 30th day of April danger and numerous fires in 100 feet thence run North 100 FOR SALE: One burner oil stove FULL TIME EMPLOYMENT:

certificate numbers and years of A. D. 1974 at Starke Florida. forests grasslands, swamps feet, thence run West 100 feet to G. E. D. ExaminationsTo $13.50. two burner $18.95, 3 Rod and reel repair work.

issuance, the description of the 5/2 4t 523NOTICE and muck areas creating ex- the Point of Beginning. ALSO: burner $25.50. DAHMERS Commission only. Call 473-

property and the names in tremely hazardous situations Begin at the NE Comer of E 1/2 Be given DISCOUNT. 10tchg 5/30 4357. tfchg.
of N 1/2 of SE 1/4 of NE
which it was assessed are as --- --------- ----------- -
follows: REGISTER OF INTENTIONTO andWHEREAS, a shortage of Section 29 Twp. 6 S. R. 22 E, Week Of June 3 I FOR SALE: Argentine Bahia 'LEATON MATHEWS land

Certificate No. 45, Year of FICTITIOUS NAME rainfall has created similar and run West 200 feet thencerun Hay $1.25, at barn. Seed 75 clearing, Morgan Road. Ph.

Issuance, 1972.Description drought conditions and a corresponding South 115 feet to a Point of cents per lb. 50 acres land on 964-7942. lip 5/16.
of N 1 Beginning thence run West 50 Deadline For Making Application Is May 24
property: Pursuant to Section 86609 increase in forest fire road 100 in city limits (Starke). ------- ----
ACofW9ACof NW 1 and fire feet thence run South 50 feet
1/40fSW Rorida Statutes is danger occurrence in all Booking orders for eggs
notice here- =
1/4 SEC 17622. by given that the undersignedBen peninsular Florida, and thence run East 50 feet, thencerun For More Information Hulsey game chicken Jumbo REE PUPPIES and KITTENS at
Name in which assessed: WHEREAS it is apparent that North 50 feet to Point of Quail Jumbo pheasants and Dorothy Swanbom, Hwy.
Unknown.All Spears Box 1045, Starke Beginning (Polk Street). 301, 4 1/2 miles north of
Florida 32091 doing business extraordinary danger from fire Please Call 964-6150 Wild turkeys. J. M Edwards
Starke just beyond Thoni'sService
of said property being in under the firm name of "BUD'S exists; [ Box 628, Phone 964-5379 '
the County of Bradford. State of AUTOMOTIVE", Road 229-A NOW THEREFORE I I. Reubin 4 Larry O. Healan: [ Starke. 4/4 4tp 4/25. 'Station. See sign on
Florida. O'D. Askew, by virtue of the W 1/2 of Block 1 South of gate. Itchg 5/16.
Heilbronn Springs, Bradford Bradford Union Area --------- --
--- - -- -
Unless such certificate or authority vested in me as Range 3 E. and NW Quarter of '
certificates shall be redeemed County Rorida 32091 intendsto Governor of the State of Florida Block 1 South of Range 2 East > TV Color picture tubes only 'SAWS SHARPENED, work

according to law the property under register the provisions said fictitious of aforesaid name do hereby proclaim a drought in Temples Sub-div., Section 22 Vocational Technical Center > $;79 plus labor, Dahmers guaranteed. Call 964-7509 or
described in such certificate or statute. emergency exists in all of Ts. 6 South Range 22 E., Except tfchg. leave at Jackson Building

certificates will be sold to the Ben Spears, sole owner. peninsular Florida south of the parcels recorded in O. R. | COLORADO: 40 Acres, Near Supply, Starke or Keystone

highest bidder at the court Dated this 30th day of April northern boundaries of Dixie Book 74 Page 185; OR Book 69, 609 North Oranga St. Lake $7,975 Total Pricel! Heights. Tfchg.

house door on the 4th day of A D 1974 at Starke Rorida. Gilchrist, Alachua, Union.. Page 201; OR Book 69, Page Starke > Pickup $85 payments. "A Mile

June, 1974. 5/2/ 4tp 523NOTICE Bradford Clay and St. Johns 204, O. R. Book 38 Page 636 5/162T5/23 ,> and a Half High in the MIKE STARLING'S LAND

Dated this 2nd day of May Counties and declare it to be (East of Old Lawtey Road and Colorado Sky". Good fishing, CLEARING fill dirt and topsoil

1974. I unlawful for any person to set South of East Market Road). hunting. STEED FINANCE 7 miles south of Starkeon

Gilbert S. Brownby OF ADOPTION OF RE- fire to any forest grass, woods ----------------1 I CO. 911 West 10th Amarillo 301. Ph. 468-1420. 5tp 5/23
Beulah M. Moody wild lands 5. Johnnie James McCutchen -- -------- --
SOLUTION OF THE CITY COM- or marshes, or to : Texas 79101 8063768690Day
Clerk of Circuit Court of MISSIONERS OF THE CITY OF build a campfire or bonfire or to Lot 3, Block 1 1. Nat Williams CHRISTIAN ( Night Holidays). Itpl STARKE CYCLE CENTER, 207
Bradford County, Rorida STARKE FLORIDA CLOSING bum trash or other debris within Sub-Div. according to map I l 5/16. N. Temple Ave. Ph. 964-6020

5/9 4t 5/30 AND ABANDONING AN EXTENSION ( six hundred yards of any forest thereof recorded in Rat Book 2, -- ------ ---- Your authorized HODAKA

OF CLARK STREET, grasslands woods wild lands Page 67, current Public Recordsof I HERITAGE ACADEMY FOR SALE: Fresh string bean dealer, tfchg.----
WALNUT STREET AND or marsh areas in any of the Bradford County, Fla. and squash. We pick or you ---
THOMPSON STREET NORTH above-described area without a (Between: Tom Hall St. and '
pick. Hampton, 4681315. Itp EARN UP TO $100 per week in
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF ANDREWS STREET AND written permit from the Divisionof Grove St.) 5/16. spare time while earning two
Kindergarten 1st. & 2nd Grade -- ---------- complete wardrobes a year.
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR BOUNDARY OF KNIGHT'S Section 590.081, Florida Signed: Pat Farnsworth For information call 964-7430.
SALE Used vacuum clean-
Statutes. Chairman Zoning Board
Qualified Teachers YOUNG 5/9 3tp 523LICENSED
ers, $10 and up.
Merrill Edwards
117 N. Walnut St. ------- -----
Re: Estate of GEORGE L. TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH RANGE all County and State law en- City Clerk KIRBY CO.
PATTEN, deceased. 22 EAST BRADFORD forcement officers to render full It 5/16 I OPENINGAUGUST 5/2 3tchg 5/16 DAY NURSERY:
------------ Fenced yard, meal provided.
COUNTY FLORIDA, AS PER assistance in enforcing this
NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN Statute.IN FOR SALE: 230 Arkwelder. Call Infants up reasonable. By
WITNESS WHEREOF, I Walt, 964-6474. 1tp 5/16. hour-week-day. Ph. 9648464.1tp .
PLAT BOOK 2, PAGE 2, AND I 5/16.
all creditors and all persons DISCLAIMING ANY RIGHT OF have hereunto set my hand and t -----------
having claims or demands caused the Great Seal of the Woodstock. Shades -- -- ----- --
Registration or
of the
Eighty materials
against said estate. AND TO THE LAND LYING State of Rorida to be affixed at per FREE KITTENS: Adoragle
You, and each of you are WITHIN THE CONFINES Tallahassee the Capital, this 3rd tamp Parti I that go into tires are trained. Call after 5 p.m. 964-

hereby notified and required to THEREOF. day of May A. D., 1974. LU SANDERS9648404 made from petroleum and 6019 5/9 2tchg 5/16

present any claims and demands I- ? -- -_ _ _J.. other hydrocarbons, according ---- -- -----

which you or either of you, may TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Reubin O'D. Askew ft1Il to the Goodyear Tire & Rub- BILL THE ELECTRICIAN and

have against the estate of Governor I her Co. subcontractor Fast service
George L Patten deceased to Notice is that ATTEST:
hereby given on and emergency service. If its
the Judge of the said Court April 2, 1974. in accordance with Richard (Dick) Stone St Dodd ConstructionLicensed 1 FOR SALE: One Snapper V/20 In the home we do it. Call 964-

County Courthouse Bradford Section 166041 Florida Secretary of State self propelled lawn mower 8087. 4tp 523GREEN'S

County, Florida within six Statutes, the City Commis- 1tp 5/16 Gainesville | & Insured with grass catcher. One year ----- -- -- --
months from the date of the first sioners of Starke Bradford old. Too small for my yard.
publication of this notice. County Rorida ? $100. Call 964-6771 964- :
adopted a resolution Residential Or Commercial or
Each claim or demand must closing vacating and a- The Athletic House, 150 West 8050. Itchg. 5/16. mow all size lawns edge trim
be in writing and must state the the Call St., has been sold. Mr hedges and fertilize lawns and
bandoning extension of ----------
place of residence and post- Clark Street Walnut Street and Asher Sullivan will not be flowers. Free estimates. Ph.
office address of the claimantand responsible for any debts other r--= = 964-B440after 6 p.m.2tp 5/16
Thompson Street hereinafter
must be sworn to by the described lying and being In than his own after May 15. 5/16 till
a.m 2pm. Crosby Lake
claimant, his agent or his attorney Knight's Subdivision as per plat 2tchg 5/23. Shores, Hwy. 100 West LOSE WEIGHT: Safely and fast
or it will become void thereof recorded in Rat Book 2, Lake past with X-11 Diet Plan 300.
according to law. rTi- Cemetery. Itp REDUCE Excess Ruids with
Page 2 In Section 21, Township = r. 5/16
Each creditor shall deliver 6 South Range 22 East, and X-Pel, $3.00. Money Back
j. ------------
sufficient copies of his claim to described as lying \within the D-7 --- Guarantee Koch Drug.
enable the Court to mail one to confines of the following Catapillars : __ .iYW 1Aw 15tchg 7/25

each personal representative.Dated WATSON'S
property, to-wit:
April 17, A. D. 1974. The extension of Clark Street HOUSE VACUUMS
25 Per Hour Custom Or Spec. Houses P-
Walnut Street and Thompson Brands of
Many new vacuums
George L. Patten Jr. Street where it intersects with $39.00 Used machines r WANTED
up. .
Helen K. 1
and As Executors of the Last Patten Will Andrews Northerly Street boundary and North of Knight'sSubdivISion. to the Discing & Plans Available from makes.$10.Parts Expert Accessories Repairs all

Testament of
George L. a.'LLt
all lying and being
for all vacuums. Built in
Patten Deceased.
in Section 21, Township 6 .- -::;; HarrowingPhone central vacuum cleaning HELP WANTED: GAINESVILLER.
5/9 4t 530NOTICE --
Homes Now AvailableIn
South, Range 22 East as is Completed systems. 712 N. Main, V. Motorhome
more particularly platted in Plat Gainesville 3767110. TF' manufacturer recruiting CAR-
Book 2, Page 2, public recordsof Vita arlb' 9648555Starke Keystone Area PENTERS, PLUMBERS

OF INTENTIONTO Bradford County, i Dan Dodd 473-3008 electricians AND METAL
REGISTER Florida,EXCEPT utilities lying CO? personnel. Fulltime employ

FICTITIOUS NAME within the right of way of Clark 4tp'5, HI FOR SALE: 2 horses, 2 saddles, ment, industry wage rates

Street Do you have an emptiness 2 bridles and other horse with benefits. Apply in person

Pursuant to Section 86509 in your life? Christ can I supplies. Must sell, best offer. anytime.. Recreational enter-

Florida Statutes notice if here- and renouncing and disclaiming meet this and every need of I RAW. Fwm Equipment. Ce.UIGE I Ph. 964-5514. lip 6/16. prises Corp., 3705 S. W. 42nd
by given that the any right of the City of Starke the human heart. Race Just off 1.75 Williston
Sandra Alvarez 602 undersigned Alton Road and the public in and to the land SELECTION... OF NEW Road exit. 904-372-6387. 5/16

Starke Florida 32091 doi.g. lying within the confines of the You will always find a FOR SALE: 6 by 9 linoleum 4tp

business under the firm of aforedescribed lands. warm welcome at the First TIACTOIS NOW IN STOCK $3.SO, 9 by 12 $5.98, 12 by 12 6/8.---- -
name Dated this 7th day of May A. $11.95 and 12 by 15 $1494
Baptist Church of WANTED Waitress
"KLIP & KURL", 153 W. Call Starke. HELP : ,
Street Starke Bradford D. 1974. Join us in worship and I ,. Quality Service up. DAHMERS DISCOUNT apply in person Holiday Inn

County Florida 32091 intendsto fellowship next Sunday EQUIPMENT CO. tfchg. Hwy. 301 North. Itchg. 5/16
CITY COMMISSION OF THE !Morning. 1 ii 1 ------------
register said fictitious name ------------
under the provisions of aforesaid CITY OF STARKE FLORIDABy 1 Oliver Sales new & usedequipment 1 Filing Cabinents; office furniture -

statute. Sunday School ; index file drawers
Sandra Alvarez sole owner. : Merrill Edwards 9:45: a.m. MWY 121| Bradford County Telegraph. TF 1'ZEWEZTI<] t BfiMMUf _'
Clerk of Said Board t tNets11.1hr. ttala .e rrai. -
Dated this 8th day of May A. Worship 1 IdCrossei SATOH TIACTORSCOMftlNIS
.1 1 1i
D. 1974 at Starke, Florida 1t 5/16/ I IIOOa.m.l aND Hay IQUIPMI NT the Telegra'phJ

5/9 4t 5/30 V...* ...,..*r Ury Mo..... HtiuntfI OOOOOOOOOOQOOOOOOOOOOOOOQQOOOOOQDAY
Sermon: CARE
"The Victorious Life" I Ctc <* Pl *r* Butlt Mm '
NOTICE OF EXAMINATIONNotice >\ L*''v* *K! P' w tpr tfv ,
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Church Training Kurvn.mil i i Iv H4v frritfvrs Flutter-.

REGISTER Is hereby given pursuantto 8:15p.m. i 'hen_ ..2-2.21 FROM ARM BABIES
FICTITIOUS NAME Chapber 16C-7, Florida Evening Tit WTOH HKI'AIKS
Administrative Code Rules and 7:30: p.m. TO SCHOOL AGE r

Pursuant to Section 86609 Regulations Governing Water CONSTANT CARE2 -

Florida Statutes, notice is here- Well Contractors in Florida of Sermon:

by given that the undersignedMary an Examination for a Water WellContractor's "Is Easter Over?" NOW OPEN Trim Bradford BALANCED SNACKS

Martin 2229 Raiford Road, License. The Telegraph NOW OPEN 7:00 A.M. TO 4:30: P.M.
Starke, Florida 32091 doing examination will be given at the We are CommittedTo KNOWLESGARAGE

business under the firm name of following times, dates, and Care" WILL SELL REASONABLE RATES
CHARLIE'S CARPET AND IN locations to all qualified applicants -
STALLATION", 126 N. CourtSt. whose applications are "The Church with a heart SR-225
., Starke Bradford County received in the offices of The In the Heart of Starke" (Old Bayless Hwy) ANY TELEGRAPH NEWS PHOTO THEIR PROBLEMS

Florida 32091 intends to register Department of Natural Auto Repair \

said fictitious name under the Resources Division of Interior 964-4362 Specializing In- APPEARING IN THE PAPER Grtattr BethUhtm felt.,i
provisions of aforesaid statute. Tallahassee not less For Free Transportation
Mary Martin sole owner. than two days prior to the Brake Repair Will Baptist Church /
Dated this 30th day of April, examination dates. But f. Bryant Pastor 964'5136 'rvt: '
A. D. 1974 at Starke, Florida 1:00: P.M.. Tuesday May 28, WIIIi.m 0.0....Min.oMu Jc Tune UpsMotor Coat $2.25 Each 1101 CHESTNUT ST.AT ASH ST. OR

west Florida Water Management


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WANTED: HARDEE'S, FOR SALE: Nice -S e e l Sri S e e e e e S
i full and part time, nightly CB con 1

i': janitorial person. 5/16 work.2tp 5/23.Apply In structed A/H, carport house,,nice 2 BR,groundsnear central Adult Mobile Two Months 1' We Mow AH Size lawns-1 PRICES ARE GOING SKY HIGHOn

shopping, nice
- area, Home ParkIN .
$16,100. Ph. .
964-7246. Itp Free Rent! I- All Types of Mobile and BaseC.
5/16. Edge Trim & Fertilize
CITY LIMITS S3O A MONTH ) i B. Equipment
------------ Lawns & Flowers

bedroom, 1 1/2 bath, wall to GROCERY AND NEW 1 Free Estimates SHOP AND SAVE AT BILL'S
wall carpet In Keystone SHOPPING CENTER PARK .
Heights, $27,900. Ph. 473- NO PETS TF MOBILE HOME LOTS ON 964-8440 After 6 P.M. I Before Prices Go Up
: Ride to Aero Corp. 3008. 1tp 5/16. JO-LLJ, COURT YEARLY LEASE YOU
Lake City, Mon Fri., 1st shift. -- --------- U.S. 301 SOUTH GET 12 MO. FOR THE Green's Lawn Service LINEAR AMPLIFIERSBill
Call 964-8749. Itp 5/16.
----------- FOR SALE: 5 room house, PHONE 964-8810 PRICE OF 10 MO. $30.00 I : Makes' Outdoor Plexiglass Advertising
furnished or unfurnished, Signs. As Well As Painted Signs
MO S300.00 YR CITY L - --- --------
WANTED: Cook at Garden carport, large lot. 514 W. Also Home Magnetic Sign Co.
Restaurant. Apply In person. Adkins Street Ph. 9646194. SEWER,WATER. ELEC.

5/9 3tchg. 5/23 1tp--5/16.----------- Filing Cabinents; offlew furniture Adult Park OLINS MOBILE HOME SALES BILL'S C. B. RADIO AND EQUIPMENT
------------ ; Index file drawers"
FOR SALE: Nicely decorated, 2 Bradford County.Telegraph. TF 964-5988 .' t&
PH. 944-5404 964-8346
WANTED: Cleaning lady, HWY 100 W, <; n r 1 Starke Florida
In Own apply bedroom house on 1 acre farm HWY 3O1 NORTH : -. {I/l.t'1 321 North Temple Avenue
person. transportation
property. Central air and heat.
preferred. 1327 E. Call St. 5/9 Reasonable. Call 964-5284 1757 N. TEMPLES l(

3tchg 523WANTED after 6 p.m. 5/9 2tp 5/16 LARGE SELECTION OF PRE-OWNED a
---------- IN GOOD
---------- Long ChampHome
: "A qualified School MOBILE HOME: 24x60 :2 c S -- CONDITION AT A REASONABLE PRICE

Teacher who is Born Again, bedroom, 2 bath, family and Cash & Carry Tires TF
believes the Bible to be the room, central air and heat.
Word of God, willing to Total electric. Ph. 964-8023. [Building Materials 412 E. CALL I opooo ooooooootooooooooooeoooAlan Assembly Applicants NeededAt
sacrifice to pioneer a New 5/16 4tp 6/6 -WE BUILD
Christian School at Hampton, ----------- TIRESFRONT I Baxter
"YOUR PLANS OR OURS General Electric
Fla. Call 468-1666 or write END :
Rev. Melvin Hamel, Box 208, Large two story house on corner YOUR LOT OR OURS" & I
Hampton, Fla. 5/9 4tchg 5/30 lot 88 x 210 feet. Presently split I Painting Contractor
-- ---------- up into four furnished apart- FREE ESTIMATES BRAKE SERVICE : ..Immediate openings for light assembly production

WANTED: Afternoon cook, 2- ments. REMODELING REPAIRS 964-5800 : ResidentialCommercial operators on night shift ((2nd and 3rd).

10. Apply at Orchard
20 acres with 660 feet on US- ADDITIONS QUALITY TIRES 8c ..
Restaurant or Phone 468- 301. -High dexterity and aptitude for assembly work are all
1211, Waldo. 5/16 2tp 5/23./ terms. HOMES BOUGHT SOLD SERVICE FOR LESS 964-5236 the requirements necessary.No .


WANTED: Housekeeper for 205 N.Temple I IUS-301)) ACREAGE FOR SALE --.. Serving The Starke and Keystone ..- training, experience or particular educational

elderly lady (not bedridden) 964-6522 964-6853 Heights Area. TF: background required.
Nile 468-1753
room, board and salary Ph.
9646579 after 6 p.m. Itp HWY. 301 S. STARKE TF i ..-Apply between the hours of 8 a. m. and 4:30: p.m. Monday

5/16. CADILLAC-OLDSMOBILE through Friday at the plant located on Highway 441 12 miles
------- ----- Your north of Gainesville.
EMPLOYMENT: FULL OR Real Estate Fine selection of Used Cars
repair man wanted, com Broker 2001 N.W.13tI 378-5301 PHONE 964-527O 219 E WASHINGTON ST

mission only. Ph. 4734357. 2" & 4" Wells STARKE FLA \
Sell- r
Buy I
-- -- --- AppraisalsCALL Jet Submersible & Congoleum Shinyl Vinyl General i: I) Electric

$4 EQ
Shallow Wells
refrigerators, washers Dah- REAL ESTATE SQ: YD
State Licensed & Bonded An
mer's Discount House tfchg 9646464 TREE SERVICEALL Beautifully SculpturedHI Equal Opportunity Em plug er

Member Fla. & National TYPES TRt-E WORK T F
: Well Driller Assoc. BULlDOZIER LAND
964-6208 J Conditioners '1 r-------------------.
Acreage-1 to 160 Shag I t
Ellis Coleman, Owner JAX 768-8522 100% CONTINUOUS FIL NYLON MANY TF
FOR SALE: 1958 Chevy Pick-up. I Kingsley Builders Inc.
Good motor and good body. NEW 3 BR 2 Bath Cen Formerly of Starke OR STARKE 964-9935! COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM COMPLETELY fftINSTALLED ,
Must sell $300 tral Heat and Air. Carpet, on 12 TP 6/27 OVER RUBBER PADDING PER SO YD O Is 95
or best offer wooded high-dry acre lot, 481-2883 t
9645514. 1tp 5/16.
outside city. Two to choose !
- - from. Hawthorne tlchg Custom Line Homes I
: Ford Van
3 BEDROOM bath C. B. I
4,200 miles $400 Wanted I
equity and with Heat and Air Carpet Help

month.assume payments Starke 964-6159 of $85 per or beautiful lot in Starke. 15 x 30 PumpsNew Let Us Bid On Your loh)
with fire
family room place.
9645457. Itp I

------ 5/16--- Nice 3 BR, 1 Bath CB in Ex And UsedSALES APPLICATIONS Your Plans Or Ours II I

FOR SALE: Pontiac GTO cellent Location I

Convertible, 1968. A/C, full
power, console AM-FM radio, Beautiful Building and mo- PARTS ARE NOW BEING Visit Our Models In Beautiful
power antenna. 46,000 actual bile home lots inside and out- SERVICE
miles. Excellent condition. side city. DEEP SHALLOW WELLS ACCEPTED FOR AN
$1,195. Ph. 473-4406 or 473- I Montclair Orange Park Fla. 4
4357. tfchg. Want to have one built? We Plumbing Supplies ,
can help you there also. I t



BUY.LET US SELL HELP TRADEI YOU Machine I 264-2285 964-)4fH) () I II

FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house on Durrance
Orange Park Starke. Ma. r
Kingsley Lake. Call 5332328.
5/16/ 2tp 5/23. Mechanic I
- -- -
FOR RENT: Small furnished AUTO FIRE.

house. Suitable for individualor DOYLE E. CONNER !
'Paid Vacation Holidays
couple, desirable location.M. INSURANCE AGENCY I
A. )Payne, Ph. 9646560
TCHG 2698 L Bill Powell 964-6810 J

after 5 p.m. tfchg. Salary Open I TF CHG
---- -- -- I
Sewing Machine PLUS TAX a TAG __
FOR RENT: Furnished cottage.
Also furnished and unfurnished -
apartments. W. H.
NoIlman. tfchg. makes cleaned, oiled and Apply In Person 7:30 A.M. To 4:00 P.M.
------------ adjusted $7. All work guar

anteed. James Strickland,
FOR RENT 12' wide mobile Co MANAGERTRAINEESCallahan
Morgan Road and SR-16. Ph. i Vogue Manufacturing
homes outside city limits. J. 964-8733 or 7823189.
B. White. Ph. 9646114. If no
answer call 964-8775. tfchg tfchg 710 S. Water St. Starke Fla. Lake Cit: Starke

--------- -- -

r $ SAVE $ and Jackson; \ ill(
FOR RENT: Vacancy Bradford

Village Apt. For info. call FRED DAVIS H
Strout Realty, Inc., Reg. Recipe for Success
Broker. 2117 N. Temple Ave. GMC TRUCKS wuor
Ph. 9646609. tfchg. BUICK PONTIAC"A 1974

LITTLE RIDE CAN 376-4551 Basic Ingredients

,... '""'11III SAVE YOU A LOT"TF 4222 NW 13th St. o0
HOUSES FOR SALE Gainesville 1. The ability and intelligence to maximize your po

.... .... JIMMY MOORE'S tential.

Sun SportsMORE 2. The dedication and attitude required to demonstrate .
BOAT FOR Must Sell your ability through hard work.
20 acres with well, septic tank I O
and light pole $23,000 Gas Saving QCJD C CJ Ds 3. The aggressiveness necessary to pursue your career .
STARKE PH 964-5791! obiectives on a long term basis.
20 acres 2 acres planted
Trucks &
pines, 14 pecan trees $24,000 COMPLETE OUTBOARD flt CarsBest a 4., A company that has position openings and a

STERN DRIVE SERVICE cStill Available working environment that recognizes and rewards .
20 acres, planted pines $28.000 AND REPAIR Selection OfDatsuns results.
2 BR 1 bath, CB home $25,500 REPAIR You Mix all of these ingredients in our two-week training
Failed To Order Your Graduation
CUSTOM BUILT FIBER program, constantly adding large doses of experienceand
2 BR Mobile Home on 100 x 200 In South knowledge; the final product is
Canal lot, Santa Fe Lake $13,500 GLASS FISHING BOATS Invitations and Cards Or If You Find

ImmediateDelivery You Need More We Can
3 BR, 1 bath, frame, garage, United Farm Supply You "You"Ready '
chain link fence, large lot, E. Of.
Washington Street. Agency, Inc
260Z To Grow With Us?

Very nice lost on N. Temple REG. REAL ESTATE BROKER f ,"- All Orders Must Be In By Monday
Ave. East of Court House, 50 x PAUL FAULKNERBROKERIRENE If you have the basic ingredients please apply.
200 feet (Approximately) Priced Curt RileyLangley May 20. They Will Be Ready The
reasonably with terms. FAULKNERASSOC.ROBERT 6360 103rd StreetJacksonville
FAULKNER-ASSOC. 2':1of May ,;/a. (Friday, May 17, 9-1)
: .,
621 N.Walnut C 1LL964.6305-OR BRING YOUR ORDER IN 312 W. Madison Street
9646162 2305! N. TEMPLE AVE. Datsun Starke, Fla. (Friday May 17, 34))

.''' LILLIAN ASSOCIATE C. PEARSON WANT REAL TO SELL ESTATE OR?BUY 389-3621 Or 781-8906 Bradford County Telegraph Eagle Family Discount Stores, Inc.

Lawtey-782-3806 CALL US FOR BEST PRICES Jacksonville An equal Opportunity employerlay

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Homecoming. Set l\Irloi.l\Inrthu Kite :::::' :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::':':::'::'. Elder II HunterTo Breath Of Live Chairman I

1\1C.II\ Of Thanks K Speak SundayIn DriveMrs.
rv Hope BaptistHope Mrs. Martha F. Kite, 64, of :: ::: Named For City I
Baptist Church, eight Hibernia Route, Green Cove '.: ::::::: ::::;:;:--:::::::::::::::::::::::::;: ::: JacksonvilleElder I I

v miles south of Starke on SKICO. Springs, died Wednesday Ronald Newman has helping as a volunteer in the
will hold its annual morning following a brief IN MEMORIUMIn Howard W. Hunter, 4 been named Chairman for the September drive t In reach jt
:: Homecoming Sunday, May 19. illness. an apostle of The Church of 4k city of Starke's Breath of Life the City Chairman at
; Rev J. E. Newton of Lake Mrs. Kite had lived in Green memory of my dear son Jesus Christ of Latter Day fund drive sponsored by the telephone number (904) !964- '
City will bring the morning Cove Springs for the past two Jimmy Ross Freeman, that had Saints (Mormon), will be in National Cystic Fibrosis 8334.
message. Special recognitionwill months having moved there his dear young life taken from Jacksonville this Sunday, May ((7.01; Research Foundation.
be given during the from Starke where she had him Mother's Day 1 year ago 19, to speak at the Jacksonville tap fiat Kick-off date for the drive is
..A services to the person who has been a resident for 11 years. May 13, 1973. I miss you son, State quarterly con September e.Lungdamaging. Job, Education
Ow M1 been a member of the churchthe She was a member of the Heil- and will always love and ference. CQ .cJ2OPPORTUNITIES disease in
/ longest and to the memberor bronn Baptist Church.\ Mrs. remember you as you did me in Starke children is a problem of major Data CollectionSet
I ri'I ( former member) who Kite was born in Tylertown, life, always on Mother's Day The conference will be held significance here in Starke
.... \uc: traveled the longest distanceto Mississippi on June 29, 1909.! especially. You didn't even get a at the Firestone Chapel, 5100 and all across the U. S., according In CountyData
return for homecoming. Survivors include the chance to say goodbye. Dear Firestone Road. Elder Hunteris FOR to Mrs. Newman.
Lawtey Pastor Dinner on the grounds will husband: Daniel L. Kite of God, why was my son to die a member of the Quorum of SERVICE "There are millions of on workers holding
be served after the morning Green Cove Springs; a son: such a tragic death? Help me to the Twelve Apostles which is School, American children fighting more than one job and on high
Honored services and singing, John Statham of Houston, understand. God rest your dear the presiding authority of the Sunday Sunday lung-damaging diseases like school seniors and recent
at 11
featuring the Jubileers, will Tex.; three daughters: Mrs. soul, son. church under the direction of 9:45: ; Morning Worship"The Vic- chronic bronchitis, bron- graduates will be collected in
Reverend Daisy Knight be enjoyed in the atternoon.Kichard Betty Mitchell of Green Cove the Prophet Spencer W. o'clock, sermon Life": Church chiectasis, severe astma a survey here conducted\ by
pastor of the La\vtey Churchof Springs, Mrs. Jennie Brum- -Mrs. Esther Hodge Kimball. torious ; persistent pneumonia and the the Bureau of Census.
God, and her husband were field of Jackson, Miss., and Training, 6:15: ; Evening most serious of all, cystic Census interviewer. Mrs.
will 10
honored by their congregation Newman Mrs. Ruth Martin of Tyler- -------------- The service interested begin is Worship at 7:30: o'clock",. fibrosis," she sa rd. "One of Norma Foray, will visit area
"Is Easter Over??
May 5. town, Miss.; one sister: Mrs. a.m. Everyone attend. sermon: every 1,500 babies born this households the week of May
The special event took placeto Richard Lester Newman, Elmise Wallace of Fernwood, BRADFORD COUNTY cordially invited to Monday Girls Ensemble, year will inherit cystic 2024.
give recognition to Rev. age one died May 10 from Miss.; three brothers: Jesse SCHOOL MENU Fore more information call: 6:35: p.m* Youth Choir,7 p.m. fibrosis, a birthright of suf- These questions on
Knight and her husband for injuries sustained in an auto- Fortenberry of Tylertown, May 20) 24Monday 964-6154. Tuesday -Junior Choir, 3:30: fering,sickness and shortenedlife. education and multi-job
their outstanding contributionto train accident near Hampton. Miss., Wilson Fortenberry of p.m.Wednesday Cystic fibrosis damages holders are in addition to the
the community. Rev. A native of Hampton, McComb, Miss., and Jack Salisbury steak Kev. Brown Acts Family Night lungs and affects digestion.It's usual ones asked in the
Knight and her husband cameto Richard is survived by his Fortenberry of' Fernwood, with rice, corn, orange Supper, 6 p.m.; (Hour of incurable." monthly survey on cm
their church in 1971 since parents. Richard and Miss., eight grandchildrenand juice gravy, rolls with peanut butter As House Pastor Power, R. A.and, 6:30: Officers p.m.; Changing those odds is what ploymenl and unemployment
that time they have earned the Kathleen Newman of Hampton six greatgrandchildren.Services milk.Tuesday. Teachers the Breath of Life fund drive is conducted nationwide by the
respect of the community as a ,and his grandparents Mr. and burial\ were cup Pizza, tossed Rev. J. C. Brown, pastor of Meeting, 7:15: ; Church Choir all about. Anyone interested in Census Bureau for the U. S.
result of their involvement in and Mrs. Fred Phillips of held Saturday in Tylertown, salad, beans, juice. the First Christian Church of Practice, 8 o'clock. Department of Labor. Thl'sur'l'y
green of the
Starke, was Pastor Day Thursday Visitation, 9:30:
local affairs. Waldo. DeWitt C. Jones monthly
Mississippi. cake, milk.Wednesday. May 7, for the Mission Friends, 3 provides
last Tuesday
all day Funeral services were held a.m. ; Mother's
The special Sunday Funeral Home of Starke was Fried chicken Day gauge of employment a
service, featured the "Chuck May 13 at 10 a.m. with Rev. in charge of local arrange- with grave, rice, glazed Florida in House Tallahassee.Rev. of Representatives p.m.BEN; Visitation P. BRYANT, 7, PastorSENIOR p.m. prime factor in determiningthe
Miller Family" as their guest James Cregan conducting. ments. carrots, half orange, bread Mass Offered economic health of the
singers. DeWiltC. Jones was in chargeof manager's choice, milk. Brown sat on the flooras Nation.
arrangements.CARD Thursday Hamburgergravy a guest of the House. His r I Father James Cregan of.

Church Schedules -------------- POISON: ; PRKVKNTION': ;\ TIP on mashed potatoes. prayer was recorded in the fered a special Mass onMother's Farmer I'Ycd 47
OF THANKS Read all labels. Know the corn, jello with orange juice. House journal.Rev. Day when the '
Requested! danger involved in the rolls or French bread with Brown was accompanied CITIZENS following received their First Compared to 15
With deepest gratitude we products you use. Realize that peanut buttercup, milk. to the Capitol by Holy Communion: Tina '
The Telegraph will resume extend this word of thanks for many everyday products, Friday Manager's choice his wife, Mrs. Margaret ,, .. Bowen, Cynthia Blanchette Way Back in 50
publishing a Church Page the many kind acts of sympathy, such as detergent could pre- Brown. Mary Lou Giusto, Jimmy
once or twice a month, when expressed by thoughtful friends. sent a danger to children. May was dedicated by the Schoening Ellen Mullan and Fiirmcrs. working? 48 million
space permits. All pastors These kindnesses have meant Have the number of the nearest Inslrad/ ef a dvpartmtnt/ on late President Lyndon Michelle Kimutis. Mrs. Paul .ewer acres since 1950 ;and
wishing to have their church much to us. Poison Control Center aging! why not combine it with/ Federal spending totals more Johnson and reaffirmed by Blanchette conducted working 6.5 billion hour- compared
schedules listed please turn in posted and readily available: the Internal Revenue, Service than 20 per cent of the gross President Richard Nixon as religious instruction classes to to 15 billion hours in
your copy not later than The family of phone 1-389-7751, St. Vincent's Into a Federal Bureau of Monday. Bruce S. Nichols Hospital, Jacksonville. Inevitable? respect at this time we are Communicants. FollowingMass which increased hv J-4
these children and
highly honored by the recognition their .
of the Starke Rotary Club families were honored at a per cent, according to the International
and its cordial invitation Breakfast in the Parish Hall Harxcster ('0.
through the Rev. Father Mrs. Clermont Bizier and U.S. in-
The piil.iiion
James Cregan of St. Edwards' Mrs. Robbie Shaller were in
Catholic Church that a Senior charge of arrangements fOI'this cieased .14 per cent: (root 151.
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lunch at the Garden Bob Blakewood. 92: (, in 1970.

Restaurant, Starke. I was
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SIRLOIN Pantry Pride OR May During 15. this month we Grass SeedArgentine
ELECTRIC PERKCOFFEE should organize picnics, @) []@ .

m meetings and, if possible,
SUPERMARKETS mass rallies. We should
STEAKS STARKE'S soberly reflect on our present CONTAINER
status within the national GROWN BUSHESIN
scene and where we are going
WALNUT ST.VlftVDAV objectively) within the frame- & BLOOM Bahia gg
work of income, health,
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H tn Pied It icctpf transportation, meals on
[ iI! WLroOOWMP wheels, housing, etc. The FAVORITEVARIETIES
COUPONS elderly, veterans disabled.
poor persons and children & PensacolaCOLORS
comprise a large segment of -
our) population. Bahia
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_ _ Ways means and 39'
found to alleviate poverty FAMOUS LB
American standard of living i DR HUETROOTSTOCK
,B A D If Vt Nie STYLE CALIFORNIACAULIFLOWER and health care for every
vBmlmWATEIt ADDED) American. Organization is the ''I
key through which we can and
SHOULDER must keep our National,State. I
County and City Legislators BuyaHanniTD-500.
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informed as to our immediate
w/ IJ :3. 49.11 daily needs and urge S6995 catcher II

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The second meeting of the
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78 88. .., $129 o '.18 3 TO Bradford involved, Columbia are Alachua., Dixie. I Save JU
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Lafayette, Madison. ._ "" PATENTED MOWER DESIGN

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VtASIC KR*>T B Carnation CMO* The recent gas shortage _w DRIVE SYSTEM
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2/I important changes in
: 150z. Medicare during this year or

COMPARE'! :::Kip' ':p' .COMPARE' OU o.**":to tH* t't UPicfl 'D.. D sr n; :' ','D::' early action 1975.on Also coalition proposals of and all 30" Rider Mower

Shoulder Steak U.D: p::, XH, $13 20. : Quarter Fryers "- :......." 59c .. I Cheese Slices 'PAMTRV 01FANTI'WtAVMBtl MIMSIMOU 89c 10, aging Florida and organizations other topics of for deep the 8 H.P. BRIGGS &

Cor'dBeefBriskets T '!" 20. i Turkey '=:'':ss.: OU 4 'N 39c 10, i Soft Oleo .I I*.'..:a49; ( .. interest These to are us. crucial times. STRATTON REAR $569

Spare Ribs 3'r: :::.,:"\. 79c 10. : Fried Fish Sticks -.::J5-" tip J0EveryDayLowPrice r : Oleo Quarters "",:-*" 39c .< Come get acquainted and joinin MOUNTED ENGINE
Pork Steaks ...re:: .. 88c III I Cooked Fillets TT-STr: ::;: 89c 10, I Cream Cheese .INTIV"01 :NO- O7WIT OQr 10. and defend the rights of poverty Senior

Sliced Bacon ':'.":" 69c 10, E Fish Portions :sis: : 99c 20. : Low Cal Yogurt .'IOI flAVOIt CUP* 23c ., Citizens. We Take Mowers In Trade

Cornish Hens :f:.,':...0:,:1';; 69c 10. ; Orange Juice o 4/sl/ lad .. Cottage Cheese .tNTRV I u cur MIDI JilC/ 4. -Joe Kerrigan Regardless Of Condition

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Prune JuiceDaytime OO' .O"N 49c 10. Scalloped Pots. MTTV Awl CIOCNHfH1 31st '_. I Bath Cleaner PIN IY O1 IOlna : 59c JO.

Diapers cuo.:.,'" St49 30* ; Mashed Potatoes INITANTroi t M'OI'' 28c 11i ; Air Freshner OAVf o ffAHJOMNtOWt 69c 30.4J. SERVICEElectrical

Overnite Diapers CUO:,? 69c lot ; Pork & Beans ANItlCAMIIAUfV IM>fIIHT 4Jl3'l/ It. I Boot Polish Kit 3/1/ < Contractors

Daytime Diapers C':;'; SI76 22. Pork & Beans IN.ONAOtuuu: Oft* HOWN' / u. I Instant Tea <::0.::y 99c 30.
Pantry Pride Corn '.00 4J85w/ 12. i Swift Chili WlVH'II-OX HANI 39 14. ; Ice Tea Mix IMVIiOMIIt Of. 3/29/ IKat ,
Cream Style Corn ..rrni I.OI TAITIOOlOfN 5SI} 25. ; Lykes Chili ;::,'N' 39c 14. Tetley Tea Bags I.OCI 88c \\0\.1 = .. teS

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Cut Green Beans ... :.. ..., 4j51 =O. i Vienna Sausage :wt: 3/'l/ u. ; Instant Coffee rain*Of.MIM' 11IIt A M,

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