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 23, 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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No. 44 Thursday, May 23. I'm! Copy

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City Utility Bills

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35 percent fuel adjustment surcharge will be added

i utility bills of the City of Starke's electric power

for the months of June, July, August and Centralization

according to action taken by the City

Tuesday, May 21.

rising fuel oil prices brought on the.utility
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increase. Move Set By

-? with the bill that city electric consumers
v be paying; on July 1 for each dollars worth of elec

1 used the surcharge will amount to thirty-five

t The surcharge will not apply to the other utility Phone Company

\. for gas and water appearing on city utility bill.

20 percent utility tax that has been in effect for

years will be figured before the surcharge is Centralization of businessand Two of the phone company's
service center records 14 local office employees will
into the Bomfay district head- be laid off in the centralization
consumers normally quarters office was announced which officials
FFA Members a $10 charge for move say is
Outstanding in Starke last being made a t a time when the
power will, beginning July Land UseReport Thursday night by officials of company had to decide to
charge $13.50.
pay the Florida State
fuel Telephone consolidate or to staff a larger
adjustment sur-
Company which serves here
office The centralization
will begin June 1 and Starke, Lawtey ani .ingsley move was decided upon in a
Honored At Annual appear on bills mailed
Lake. staff
meeting in Atlanta In
1.. The surcharge will
To the which local Williams
consumers change manager
in effect for at least
means calling Bomfay toll- said he "had his say "
months, after which the
Amid the usual pomp and and is president of the Mike Gaskins, Tommy Miller, speaking. "I have been free, for service and repair The company will continue
pageantry and before Bradford Junior FFA and Andy Baldree. here tonight if it to give some thought On calls. To the phone company a greeter. office in
capacity crowd in a Chapter. Other recipient of a Members of the Bradford !Mrs Weeks," making a change in the TapThursday it means eventual savings Stare to take payment 01< l
sweltering school cafeteria, public speaking award is Paul forestry judging team which President Paul electric rate structure through centralizing recordson
Bradford High Future Far- Hutchms Jr. placed fifth in the state were in presenting the effective with the automatic equipment and bills.All calls to the company
mers of American brought David Baldree, a freshmanand also recognized and ap !Mrs Weeks. 6)A fiscal year beginning cutting the number of office concerning new sen'Ice.
agriculture to the forefront in the son of Mr: and Mrs C. plauded bv the assembled Bradford 1.. employees in its 22 exchanges. changes, or additions! to
their annual parent-member A. Baldree, Sr. of Theressa, parents and FFA friends. FFA members Zed to impose the 35 Moving records from Starketo service, disconnects and
banquet last Thursday night. was recipient of the Star Team members are Debbie Kim Tenly, Cindy surcharge came in a Recommendations on Bonifay will allow space for customer bills as of :Mondax

Paul Hutchins, Jr. was Greenhand Award. David Douglas, Tom Jackson, Barry Weissinger, .. vote of the city Com- Bradford County's 1973 expansion of communications June 3, should be directed to
recipient ot the coveted Baldree Is also a member of Whitehead, Mike Gaskins, Tomlinson recited following Com- revised land use study will be equipment and free local Bonifay by dialing; ri47-19
DeKalb Award for top the FF A. .forestry judging Clinton Sellers, Andy Baldree, creed to the One Wiggins' given to county officials and supervisor Gerald Williams to Office hours in Boni.i\( ue
leadership in the FFA. Young team which came in fifth in and David Baldree. !Members of the and a second by the public in a meeting set concentrate on installationsand from 9:30: a,m. to 3. in" p m

Hutchins, the son of veteran the state and received a The FFA members con- Future Jimmy next Thursday. May 30,at 7:30p : service. In a period which Monday through Friday
FFA Advisor Paul Hutchms, proficiency award in wildlife ferred three Bradford America class with Commissioners
upon m. according to Zoning has the Continental Telephone There will be no charjji 101,
Sr., also acted as master of and foresty management. High faculty members the meal of fried Silcox and Charles Board Director L. M. Gaines.Dr. System subsidiary installing the calls, company officials
ceremonies for the banquet, a Zack Edwards. son of Mr. Honorary Chapter Farmer beque pork, and opposing. 20 new phones a week in the stressed.
duty which befell him as and Mrs Maurice Edwards, Degree, in recognition of shortcake with a tie vote on the the Robert Rural L. and Heighton Urban with local area and installing 450 For repair service dial I I.

president of the Bradford Jr., of Edwards Road, Starke, services rendered the FFA strawberries Mayor-Commissioner new lines this year, Williamshas 547-3614 in Bomfay. Business
of the
Senior FFA Chapter. Young received a Star Chapter program. 1974 recipients are was held in tne Tucker settled the Development been loaded down he hours for repair service in
of Florida will
Hutchins is also District FFA Farmer degree along wit Paul Charles Francis, BHS principal Elementary with his affirmative University give says. Bonifay are Monday through
final recommendations
President and district Charles Hall, BHS deanof the meal for the 35 percent sur in a
Hutchins, Jr. Edwards has ; school cafeteria follow-up to the ones made at Friday Sam. to b p.m, .
winner in public speaking witha shown a grand champion steerin students, and Paul Hut- earlier last Drama Class Saturday 8:30: a.m. until ,"> 30
chance at statewide honors. about every major livestock chins, Sr., FFA advisor at Guest speaker earlier motion by an Feb. 7 when public UF DevelopmentCenter meeting p.m.; nights, Sundays. and
He also was named a Star judging show in the state BHS for the past 21 years. banquet was Schaefer and a first holidays, dial operator
Chapter Farmer at the under the tutelage of his Distinguished service FFAer Jimmy by Commissioner representatives results of their 1973 Presents Play Some 35 phone users and
banquet.Zed awards also went to Dave National FFA to restrict the sur- presented
father, Maurice Edwards, Jr., land company emplpyees met with
Hamilton, a freshmanand himself a former BHS FFA Paulk, Bradford County Alvarez, son of to a 20 percent rate preliminary use study. "Flowers for Algernon" will Florida State's-top executiveslast
This will be the UF be
the son of Mr. and Mrs. student and a former Florida Commissioner, and to the Harold Alvarez defeated by the opposing presented by the BHS Thursday night in the
Bradford School Board of the other three Developmenn Center's final Drama Class at 7:30: p.m.
Hamilton of Brooker
Tommy FFA vice-president and an as a Highway area, Bradford High Auditorium to
report on the 1973 work Friday in the BHS
was named the outstandingfirst outstanding cattle showmanin whole, accepted by Chairman Bradford FFA Gaines Auditorium.The hear the changes explained.
year agriculture student. his FFA days.Recognized Seeber Goodman. chapter Schaefer production stars Mark Residents got to ask any
FFA members also president, became Silcox were very much in The county also will be wanted to
Public speaking awards and introducedto presented a special service president in 1971, of using some of the given land use maps which Branson who plays a retarded about questions the they
went to Roger Bennett, son of the audience were the award to Mrs. Patricia hold that honor idle funds now reserved have been made at the UF man who has an operationto changes
Mr. and Mrs. Gary H. Bennett Bradford FFA meat judging Weeks, Bradford High County since building and street im- center. The public is invited make him smarter, but "It's a consolidation of
from Lawtey. Young Bennett team which finished eighth in English instructor, whom they Conner rose to accounts by and urged to attend, Director turns out to be a genius business office records. .to
also sings in the FFA quartet the state this past year. credited with tutoring the national FFA them to the Gaines stresses. Admission is $1.50 for professionalize ourselves andto

Members are Pat Taylor, FFA members in public (See Page (See Page 7)) (See Page 6) adults, and $1 for students. do you a better job," Jim

______...."" """- ..1 Russell ..Florida district
manager from Bomfay told

51! Residents Set To Fight Apartments the Starke."We're group." Russell not picking stated on

adding company is con-
'--" .JIL sidering the same type centralization -

Vowing to fight in court, if League, terming it a Reeves, also a resident of chairman and Esther Day as The residents are opposingthe rezoning was first brought move in its Dona 1s-
necessary, the high density democratic organization.They Jacksonville and propertyowner co-chairman for the Keystone- petition up before the before the board by Ray ville, Ga. exchanges and one
zoning proposal in the lakes vowed to take the high of Bedford as vice- Bradford area. !Mrs Hugh Bradford County Zoning Farris and Paul Steinmetz other area.
area west of Keystone density zoning proposal near president, and Pat Dickinson Gordon, of Jacksonville Board for the rezoning of a April 30. The centralization of
a Heights, a group of Bedford, the Smokerise developmentarea a full time resident of Lake volunteered her services for parcel of land consisting of The rezoning, sought by records into one office will
Brooklyn, and Crystal Lake into Circuit Court, if it is Bedford, as secretary and phoning Jacksonville lake 5.265 acres of land, from R1A Farris and Steinmetz, both of allow employees to specializein
Chicken & Rice residents met Saturday nightto passed by the Bradford treasurer of the organization. property owners in the (single family residence) to Keystone Heights, and Mike one area, Russell pointedout
plan their fight against the County Zoning Board and the A telephone committee was Bedford, Brooklyn and R-3 (multiple family Copps of Jacksonville, would thus becoming more
SUPPER apartment complex proposed Bradford County Commission.The set up with Dot McConnaha as Crystal area. residences). The petition for enable the construction of a efficient.
between Bedford and 48-unit apartment complex for Russell also said that before
board tabled the
SS Elementary Lakes. zoning rental use.According. centralization was decided

Brooklyn Some 26 residents present in rezoning request made for an to zoning rules upon, the phone company first
apartment complex by
Measures Set To
Serving Begins Repair investigated a larger buildingin
the Clay Electric Cooperative Ray Farris and Paul Stein- and regulations, the R-3
6 p.m.Friday Starke to increase its
meeting room Saturday night metz of Keystone Heights and zoning, if allowed by the
,May 24 May 18, formed the Bedford, Mike Copps of Jacksonville.. Bradford County Zoning capacity here, but found
Brooklyn Crystal Taxpayers Board in the Bedford nothing suitable. Florida State
the 48-unit
Adults $1.50Children proposed A/C Brooklyn, Smokerise area, Telephone has slated con-
apartment complex will end Middle School System
$1.00 the quiet lake living in the would premit single family struction of a warehouse on its
residents along with multiple property on SR-16, and in the
Shot Hit .
local residents
area, overflowed -
To Raise Funds
family dwellings future, Russell said, he hopesthe
For SS PTADINNER the county commission Three more measures were open to make air move easier. installment of the Don Morgan limitations the no company can construct a
meeting room when they authorized Monday night by 2) Install four more 3-HP air Show." on of substantial and permanent

---- Boy, 15 appeared April 30 to protestthe the Bradford School Board in handling motors on the middle Turknett replied that it is units fraternities, rooming, sororities houses, dor-, building in or near Starke.
request. its continuing effort to get school roof to move more air his opinion the round house
Result was the zoning board Bradford Middle School air inside the building. Sawyer system and middle school mitories and other customary Phone officials attempted to
On The Grounds In HeadDale tabled the request for 30 days.It conditioning and heating Slade Air Conditioning sub- cooling will work, if: accessory buildings incidentalto assure local customers
Sunday, May 26 will come up again at the systems in proper working mitted the low bid of $648 to -The chiller in the round these uses.Residents present Thursday that calling

Lawtey Keith Koehler, 15, board's May 28 meeting, set at order. replace the present 2-HP house can be fixed so it doesn't also fear the Bonifay in emergencies and
Methodist ChurchSt. accidentally shot himself in 7:30: p.m. in the Bradford Newest steps, recommended motors with 3-HP units. continually have to be reset of their for continuous service requirements -
pollution area by a Such
the head with a 12-eauee courthouse. by Roy Turknett, systems Masters Electric of Palatkabid after it cuts off. will work.
Edwards shotgun Monday night but he "We are not against engineer for Architect Don $940, and Johnson Serviceof -The 3-HP motors are system proposed sewerage disposal for the questions came from National
necessary Al
Church Carnival is listed in satisfactory con- Morgan, will cost some $1,100. Jacksonville bid $1,300. installed in the middle school Guard Service Officer
progress, a spokesman for complex becauseof
apartment asked if he
Crosby who
Fun dition in a Gainesville the assembled group said The board approvedTurknett's 3) Have an expert air- roof work properly. its obnoxious odors and the delayed in reaching the
Hospital. suggestions to: conditioning mechanic from School personnel
Saturday night, "but we are recog- possibility of polluting the if the local Guard
And A neighbor drove Koehler to against developers coming in 1) Install a larger motor on Orlando, trained on equip- nize that the air conditioning nearby lakes with its final Governor
and Jewett
the Bradford County Hospital here and the exit air system for one of ment Installed in the round- system in the middle school Residents unit is alerted, by
destroying effluent. also fear
our wanted
who to
BargainsFor after the gun discharged, privacy, the peace and the large chillers in the middle house,to find a small refrigerant gym is not supposed to be that once apartment dwellers Fogg of DuPont around-the-
striking him in the face. of school, vo-tech complex round leak in the system and to operated full time. "You have know if DuPont's
tranquility in will
our neigh move they some be sustainedas
all Ages Emergency treatment borhood, and depreciating the house, which houses all the adjust all the .controls the air ventilation system find access to the surrounding way clock service can
stopped the bleeding, after value of our properties which HVAC equipment for the properly.This is not to exceed there," Turknett said, "The lakes. well. Gerald
Saturday,May 25 which Koehler was transported would occur with the intrusion entire complex.Turknett $200 air conditioning system is Local Supervisor
1p.m.- 11p.m. to Gainesville. by cf high density intoa explained that "Where will that leave us?" supposed to be used only for Williams assured the group
Rescue taken him In- like ball Dues, amounting to $10 per that he is committed to
eI 60. wholly low readings by wondered Board. Member special events,
The incident took place at density dicate that sufficient outsideair Rodney Hall. games." family are required for making the new operationwork.

(5fr? (!CommunityAII.M.U Koehler's home on Griffis population area. is reaching the chiller, buta -"That's a good question,' "If it works, it'll be the best membership in the BBC in .
Loop, according to witnesses, John McNab Thomas, a set of louvers in an exit duct said Supt. Jim Temple. The money we've spent," said case legal advice must be "I've been" brainwashed, if
&talt dank when the gun was being home owner on Lake Bedford that makes a 90-degree turn is superintendent opened the Board Member Blaine obtained to take this matter to you will, Williams stated,
carried by the muzzle and discharged and a resident of Jacksonville, holding back the air flow from maintenance discussion at the Thompson.In a higher court, if the R-3 adding that the company
Now ....** Up with pellets striking was elected president of the the round house.Turknett saida special meeting for that other action Monday zoning Is passed by the reached a point where it must

....... T.o.-H$ O._i...k..,..t Koehler on the right side of his newly formed organization larger motor will pull more purpose by announcing: night, the school board ap- Board.Bradford County Zoning consolidate local office. or enlarge the
head. along with H. A. (Tony) air and the louvers can be left 'We're now ready for the next (See Page 7)

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23.1974SPide The Jf Couples At"Home'lriLawfeySherri : ,( ', I

I : fJl ewe. Lynn Napier and

Carl Griffis, Jr., and Debra
Woaty Society Cuto.r 964- Leatha Ella Griffis and

-_ ___ ---.---- ---_-_-_ -____________________________ Eugene Robert Norman, were
n --- -- united in marriage at a double
wedding ceremony at the Carl
1Sur t'
I Herndon Lee Wedding Date SetHerndonLee Swim LessonsTo Gay Sellers Cummings-Lane Lawtey Edwin Griffis on May, Sr.4 at home 4 p.m.in "' f

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Be OfferedAt Engagement Told Engagement ToldMr. Gold and white standing
Herndon of Highland an- of blue
baskets 'pink gladioli r
w nounce the engagement and Country ClubThe
approaching marriage of their Mr. and Mrs. William and Mrs. William Lane, carnations and white daisies, ,
Teresa Mae, to Jackson Epperson of Starke Sr. announce the engagementand and pompoms formed the
daughter t
and *
Thomas Eugene Lee, son of Starke Golf and William Arlen Gay of approaching marriage of background for the ceremony. .
Mr. and Mrs. E. Z. Lee of Country Club is sponsoring Jacksonville announce the their daughter,Mary to JerryL.
Starke. swimming lessons given by a engagement of their grand- Cummings, son of John A. Miss Napier is the grand- ,
Miss Herndon is a 1974 YMCA instructor from June daughter and his daughter Cummings, Jr. and the late daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ,1
of Bradford High 17 through June 28. Childrenwill Janine Gay, to Ronnie Edwin Mrs. Pernella Cummings.The Bennett Wilkison. Carl Edwin ..
School.graduate be grouped by age and Sellers, son of Mr. and Mrs. wedding will take placeon Griffis, Jr. is the son of Mr.
Mr. Lee attended Bradford ability. Edwin Clifton Sellers of June 29 at 5:30: p.m. at the and Mrs. Carl E. Griffis, Sr.,
School, served three Sessions will be every day Starke. residence of Mrs. Lydia Lane.A all of Lawtey.
High with the Marines and is for 30 minutes or one hour. The wedding will take placein reception will follow at the
r employed years with the Florida Ages are from ten months to August. Lane home. Earl Wilkerson attendedMr.
State Division of Corrections.The 12 years old. Ability ranges All friends and relatives are Griffis as best man and
W from non-swimmers to Oral Tanner was usher.
wedding will be an invited to attend.
swimmers desiring breathingand
event of June 1 at 8 p.m. in the stroke perfection.The Methodist Choir
Darlene Starling served
Church in
Highland Baptist fee will be $20. If In-
maid of honor
CookoutThe Miss Napier as ,
Highland.All terested, please call Donna Enjoys
friends and relatives are wearing a floor length, light
invited to attend.Sandra Gruen, 9647714. Chancel Choir of the blue dress with a blue ribbon I
First United Methodist bow in her hair. She carried
Church had a steak cookout two blue carnations with blue + fy
PerryWilliamsDate Wednesday night of last weekat satin streamers.
Bridal Shower For RegisterThe
the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.
Miss Sandra Register June hostesses presented the Set June 15 W. Ritch. Debbie Napier was bridal
bride-elect, was honored at a honoree with an electric can Becasue of rain the steaks attendant and wore a floor Mr. and Mrs. Carl Griffis, Jr. (left), and :Mr. and :Mrs
were grilled in the carport and length light pink dress and
bridal shower Saturday and ice crusher
opener combination Norman.
Announcement is being Eugene "
ribbon bow in her hair.
tables for dining were set pink
morning.. May 18, given by and a dish garden arrangement made of the engagement and up
She carried
Mrs.Theron Hunter Mrs. Ken as a memento of approaching marriage of inside. two pink carna- light pink gown. She wore a white carnations, daisies and
McClure Mrs. George Simpson the occasion. Paulette L. Perry to Albert E. The 24 guests attending tions with pink satin pink ribbon bow in her hair baby's breath.A .
and Mrs. Paul Meng at Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. included members of the and carried two pink carna- reception was held at the
the home of the latter on Albert E. Williams, all of choir, their husbands and tions with pink satin home of the bride's parents.
Hampton Lake. DUPLICATE BRIDGE Starke. wives, and Rev. and Mrs. Miss Napier, given in streamers. Betty Norman cut the
The twenty guests included CLUB RESULTS George Harper.Mr. marriage by her grandfather, Miss Griffis, given in wedding cake and was
Mrs. Betty Register motherof The wedding will take placeon wore an off-white satin and marriage by her father, wore assisted by Mrs. Oral Tanner.
the honoree, and the Lucile Davie and BillieJohnson June 15 at 8 p.m. at the chiffon gown with lace inserts, an off-white satin and chiffon !Mammie Padgett, and Ruby
honoree's grandmothers, Mrs.C were the winning hone of Mr. and Mrs. Charles and Mrs. Robert empire waistline and long gown with lace inserts, em- Lock. Diane Gaule kept the
T. Wade and Mrs. Freeman couple at Duplicate Bridge Schmitt, with a reception Barksdale and son, Robbie, sleeves. Her shoulder length pire waistline, and long bride's book.
Register. Tuesday night. Bernice following at the Schmitt home. and daughter, Vicki; Lee veil of illusion was secured to sleeves. Her shoulder length Mr and !Mrs. Norman are
Games were played and refreshments Brenke and Louise Stricklandwere Sparks of Brooker, and a narrow band headpiece veil of illusion was secured to residing in Lawtey alter a
served during the second; Dr.and Mrs. Art All friends and relatives are Stewart Duncan of Lawtey JohnsonDawesDate decorated with pearls. She a matching headband wedding trip to Ocala :Mr
party hours. Watana were third. invited to attend. spent last Tuesday to Thur- carried a nosegay of miniature decorated with pearls. She Norman is employed at
sday at Disney World. Set In FallMr. blue carnations, white carried a nosegay of blue and Gilman Paper Co. Maxille!
daisies and pink baby's
and Mrs. Seeber For- breath.A .
syth of Starke announce the
engagement of their daughter reception/ was also held at
Barbara Johnson of; the Griffis home. Diane Gault
Tallahassee, to Michael F. kept the bride's book, Teresa
Dawes of Sarascta, son of Mr. Crossland cut the wedding GIFTS for the GRADUATESFor
\: and Mrs. C. F. Dawes of cake, and Debbie Creamerand
I Greenville, S. C. Wilkison assistedin
laJaJGJII( ] J I] graduate Miss Johnson of Bradford is a High 1967 serving.Mr.Tammy. HIM CUFF LINKS

School and is currently asso- .and Mrs. Griffis,Jr. are
1 Only WhiteOGCflSSIONAL ciated with Pulse Realty, Inc. residing in Lawtey. Mr. JEWELPOINT by SOO-Z
1 OfAKind DINING CHAIRS of Tallahassee. Griffis is service station
CHAIR Mr. Dawes, a graduate of manager of Thoni Oil Com nT
the University of Virginia Law pany.
LARGE DISCOUNT Sell Decked. Biscuit-Tufted, Back School, is currently employedas
Reversible Rubber Cushion $ 7095 general counsel for Bodziak Debra Griffis is the
daughter of Mr.and Mrs. CarlE.
and Associates, a Sarasota
To Close Out Was 139" developer.A Griffis, Sr., and Mr.
Norman is the son of Mr. and
Broyhill 1 Set Of 4 1 Burnt Orange Tweed September wedding is Mrs. Albert E. Norman, all of
Reg. 187' planned.
DINING CHAIRS '4- SOFA Cuhbnsp1Am'Co. Eugene Willis Norman
: '.
: > attended his brother as best
Homer HartIs
95 Mrs. man, and Jimmy Dixon was

CLOSE OUT 139 syl .'J HOW ,$147asLaZBoy I HonoredAt usher.Mrs. Felecia Rosier at-

Stork ShowerMrs. tended Miss Griffis as matronof
18" X 22"
honor. She wore a floor
Homer Hart was length, light blue gown with a
REGLINA FRAMED PICTURES honored at a stork shower blue ribbon bow in her hair, 1517 BESSENT RD STARKE, FLA
Tuesday evening, May 14, and carried two blue car
ROCKERS$169' $ 95 members of the nations with blue satin
given by %4.6300 964 5149irlantic
6 streamers.
SALE .,' Mary-Martha Circle of the
First Christian Church. Cathy Griffis was brides-
maid and wore a floor length
The held in the
Decorative Close Out On Several Pieces party was
church Fellowship Hall where
guests were greeted at the
POLE LAMPS LAWN door by Mrs. Wayne Douglas.The .
PORCH ft FURNITURE Hall was decorated with
Reg. $12 95 arrangements of spring :

16" CHECK OUR PRICES white flowers and carrying yellow out color the motif.blue,

1 ONLY Bassett Early American Pine The gift table was covered
with a white cutwork cloth and CLEARANCE
Early American High Back NITS I TABLES centered with a blue and white Sale

WING CHAIR avmla.nT-.d spring flower arrangement.After .
1 Drawer 1 Shelf the gifts were openedby
the honoree the guests
Save '30", CLEARANCE $13915 Reg. 59' CLOSE OUTLIVING $3995 were invited to the refresh-
ment table by Mrs. Edwin Close Out On Theq'

2 Early American' '. Williams. The table was
covered with a white cutwork

ROOM SUITES SAVE ON ODD : cloth silver and candelabra centered with with burning a ENTERPRISERANGE

1 Green Tweed 1 Floral Print tapers. At one end of the
BEDS BO'I"D'S"Large table was a crystal punch
Reg. '3990s NOW $34995 1 AHEAD bowl black-eyed encircled susans.with fern At and the

other end was a beautiful cake
MedltelTalielln', 2 ONLY
decorated in a baby motif of
6 Drawer White Lingerie blue, white and. yellow. Mrs.
COFFEE TABLE klla*" : ,: Lift, Top With, Mirror, a Virgil Jordan presided at the
punch bowl and the cake was
5 JewelryCompsrlmeni $ served by Mrs. Smith DeVoe 10
Reg. B9" CLOSE OUT $59 ; Reg. 109" 89 and Approximately Mrs. Pierce Crews.ISO guests GAS

Tuxedo Style Natural' > were invited to call during the ---- RANGESFOR
party hours. Mrs. Onie

SOFA BED & Matching Chair CEDAR CHESTS 9 *.. Thornton of Auburndale was
'" an out-of-town guest.
1 Black Vinyl, 1 Blue Velvet t .
"44is $89'5 :99M
Re g 219" NOW '-"> C I I

Diamond Tufted Z fo, _


LIVING ROOM SUITE ', t Gold Matelasse
Avocado M-t si....e Cover REG. 169.95

$34911'.. 39995 New.Arrivais DEL 9-36
SAVE 5000 SALE ,iii : ;-t SAVE 100 NOW Save 54OOQ

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Reg. '449"Arm Caps CLOSE OUT$34995 i is1 i ,. Tabu z Beneb Ae ;:;:' ,. $,.1495" Kite Mr.a son, Jr.and,Justin announce Mrs.James Lester the, on James birthof May 7 DELUXE AT $16900MODELS

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Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence REG. 2O9.OO

Joseph birth of Baker a son announce, Lawrence the HURRY! WHILE THEY LAST!

Joseph Baker II, on May 6.
Grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Baker of Logan- SAWYER SLADE
sport, Ind. and Mr. and Mrs. -
Jack Day of Novi, Mich.

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Mr. and Mrs. Charles

434 W. Call St. 964-5827 Sunday Rowell at and St.daughter,Augustine.spent ADISON ST. 96477O1l'iII'

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Yeoman Murray McRae of
Charleston, S. C. is home on Mr. and Mrs.* E. L. Mat- Mr. and Mrs. Michael Toddof Mr. and Mrs. Sherrod
seven day leave before thews, and Mr. Matthews' Atlanta will be spending Hamilton are spending ,
leaving for a six-month tour of sister, Mrs. H. B. McLendonof several weeks with his Wednesday to Sunday in BALDWIN'SBetter
duty in the Mediterranean.Mrs. Orlando returned last parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Hickory, N. C. + 5.I
Wednesday from a ten-day Todd, Sr. .
Ashley Goldwire of cruise .in the Galapagos Mrs. John Patterson .I.Ifl .Ih
Waycross, Ga. spent the Islands off the coast of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Brown returned to her home In Cain,
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Ecuador, South America. and children were Monday Pa. Monday after two months
Gilbert Goldwire. They also spent several daysin night dinner guests of Mr. and visit with her sister, Mrs. A. J.
Quito, the capitol of Mrs. R. M. McRae on Dale Barry, and her parents, Mr.
Salt at Leila's, Up to Va Off. Ecuador. Brown's birthday and Mrs. F. H. Kramer.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hawkinsand Beautiful Jeweled Slippers Sale at Leila's I Up to Va Off. Beautiful Jeweled Slippers
family of Jacksonville Bullingtons9647271 Bulllngton's9&t1211 I I r 4
Mr. and
Mrs. Garl Mathews
Mrs. Mae
Hawkins of Waldo
and Julian Sikes of Lake City, Mr.and Mrs.W. L. Lambertof attended the 40th wedding Mrs. L. H. Harper under-
were Sunday guests of Mr. Newport were Sunday anniversary of Mr. and Mrs.T. went surgery last Thursday at
and Mrs. Titus Olson. guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. E. Breazeale in High the North Florida Regional
Greene. Springs Saturday. Hospital in Gainesville.John .

C. Stephens, Sr. was
admitted to St. Luke's
Hospital last Thursday.Mrs. .
We invite
youto A J. Barry and Mrs.
John Patterson gave a family
dinner party Monday night of
see our last week at the Holiday Inn
for their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. F. H. Kramer, who were

NEW IDEASCarpet ding celebrating anniversary.Sale their. 53rd wed- Jo Ann Mobley Becomes Bride Used Cars

at Leila's, Up to Va Off. Of Mr. Dotson In Pine Level Church

floor -. -
Vinyl covering Mr. and Mrs. John E. Pine Level Baptist Churchwas sequins. She carried a
Draperies Decorator hardware Watson, III attended thePresident's the setting for the recent cascade bouquet of white and
Ceramic tile Wallpapers & matching fabrics Club conferencefor wedding of Jo Ann Mobley blue carnations, white Fuji
Guardian Life InsuranceCo. Crosby and James Garfield mums, and green ivy cen- 1972 Chevrolet VegaHatchback
furniture &
Paint Decorator of America last Sunday to Dotson, with Rev. John tered with a white orchid. Coupe. Thrifty 4-Cylmder Engine, 4-Speed j
Brass, Tin and Copper Friday in New Orleans.Mr. Strickland performing the A reception was held at the Transmission. Radio, Heater and Sport Stripeing.
candlelight ceremony. Starke Woman's Club. Mrs. Was Now
and Mrs. Charles Paul Faulkner, organist, Harriet Johns served as
Complete professional decorating guidanceand Schaffer of Atlanta were and Mike Hanks, soloist, hostess, greeting guests as $2,495.00 $2,195.00
installation availableI guests last week of her sister, presented a program of they arrived, and placing
Mrs. F. J. Shaw, and father, nuptial music. wedding gifts on the grand
L. L. Conner. Mrs. Shaw and Cecil Dotson attended his piano. Guests were served
Mr. and Mrs. Schaffer visitedMr. brother as best man and the from three tables covered 1972 Chevrolet Half Ton

and Mrs. Loran Conner ushers were Maxie Norton, with white lace cloths, and Fleetside Pickup. Solid Red Paint, 6 Cylinder Engine,
I and family in Leesburg last Phil Mobley, and A. J. Boles. satin skirts, accented with Standard Shift. Only 35,000 Miles. Clean.
Wednesday. Mrs. Jan Norton attendedher garlands of greenery. Was Now
sister as matron of honor. At the center of the bride's
I Beautiful Jeweled SlippersBullington's904.7271 Bridal attendants were Miss table was a three-tiered cake $2,195.00 $1,995.00
Toni Whitt, Miss Terry with a live fountain under-
DeCanio, and Miss Lynne neath. The cake was
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Peek, Johns. decorated with spring flowers
Jr. were in Miami Beach last The attendants were with a different scene on each 1973 OldsCustom
Wednesday to Sunday at- dressed alike in floor length level. The bottom level Cruiser Wagon. Sharp, Sharp Sharp! Soft !
tending the Florida Banker's. gowns of blue knit with a high depicted the bridal party in a yellow paint with Saddle Vinyl Interior. This fine!
Convention. .?., neckline.butterfly sleeves Roman Garden scene; the wagon had every option Olds offers. Completely}
and an empire waist. The center level showed cupid's Loaded. One Owner.
Mrs. Waller E.. Wilcox"of waistline was tapered and carrying grapes to Pan; and Was Now
Fort Lauderdale. and Mrs. gathered in the back and the top level showed the sceneof
Dorothy Lee of Lake Worth adorned with white lace. They "Captive Hearts" encasedin $4,995.00 $4,495.00
were guests the first of the wore white garden hats with a glass brandy sniffer.
week of Mrs. H. M. Richardeand scarves of blue reaching down Swans were used in the
Mr. and Mrs.' E. L. the back of the gown. They fountain and as mint dishes on
Matthews.Mrs. carried bouquets of yellow each table. Serving the 1972 Olds 88
Fuji mums intertwined with wedding cake were Mrs. Ken 4-Door, Hard Top Sedan. Radio, Heater, Air Con- j
A. J. Barry and green ivy. Quinion and Mrs. Danny ditioning Power Steering, Power Brakes, Vinyl Top [
daughter,Adrienne, were on a The bride wore a gown of Beall. (Dark Brown), Soft Yellow Paint. Super Clean
buying trip in Atlanta from white satin adorned with The punch table was Was Now
Robert L. Kitchens Ann Brown Thursday to Saturday for the velvet ribbon and lace. The covered with a white linen
Carl L.Johns
cloth with satin skirts and helda
Magic Needle Shop. full sleeves were cut out in $3,195.00 $2,895.00
scallops and covered with silver punch bowl encircled

Open 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Mon.through Fri. Closed Sat. Mrs. T. L. Casey and lace. The gown was accentedby with greenery. The punch
daughter,_Kathy, \were lun- a long tubular train attached bowl was accented with two
I or by appointment cheon guests at the home of to a satin bow at the. candelabras holding blue 1973 Olds Delta 88
I 4
Mrs. Joseph .Van Dykes at ,;empire waist. Her fingertip candles. Mrs. Coye Ha mm Royal, Door: Hard Top"'Sedan. Full Power and Air j
384 North Temple Starke.Florida 32091 Palm Valley last Thursday I veil was secured to a white and Mrs. Fulton Mobley Conditioning, Vinyl Top. This is a fine automobile for a
((904))964-5242 where Kathy received. a DAR I Juliet cap decorated with served guests from this table. little, over half the price of a new one.Only 17,000 Miles. '
award. imported Chantilly lace and Alma Cowart served the Was Now
guests fruit tarts from a third
table similarly styled and $4,195.00 $3,895.00
: adorned with a blue glass
[-7 swan filled with daisies, fern
and baby's breath,a gift to the
bride and groom. 1972 Chevrolet ImpalaCustom
Tolbert kept the
Candasy Coupe. 39,000 Miles with Power Steering,
vP bride's book on a table Power Brakes, Air Conditioning, Vinyl Top and Vinyl
covered with a linen cloth and
i Interior. Soft Green paint, white side wall tires and
accented with a single blue
s'\ o Corvette wheel covers. Save on this car today.
: candle held by a crystal
1c c holder; Was Now

\ Following a wedding trip to $2,995.00 $2,795.00
? South Carolina, North
Carolina and Tennessee, the
couple will reside at 910
\l'J.Cr-- Maplewood, Ypsilanti, Mich. 1972 Chevrolet Impala

Door Sedan. White with Blue Trim. This is a clean OK
> Chevy with all the right equipment.Was .
Mrs. Henry O'Hara Now
Ix i t returned Saturday after
I I Ir several weeks visit with her $2,895.00 $2,695.00
i and Mr.
son daughter-in-law,
Ins 4 I and Mrs. L.. C. Smith, in
Dublin, Ga. Mr. Smith
a I 4 I' returned home with his 1972 Ford Grand
mother and remained over the
I'l weekend. TorinoCoupe.
Sharp little car all over, with only 24,000 miles,
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Landonof Almost new tires (wide oval) with Air Conditioning,
Q x 3 I14IFI1ifl I I l Lakeland were weekend Power Steering, Power Brakes, V-8, Automatic Trans.
guests of Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeW. mission and Vinyl Top.
Brown. Was Now

M ,SO X 84' FOAM LINED MACHINE WASHABLE Sale at Leila's Up to Va Off. $3,195.00 $2,895.00

Mr. and Mrs. J. G Caldwell

Dr returned month's Saturday visit with from their a 1973 Olds OmegaHatchback

DOUBLE KNIT apesMaterial children, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Coupe. This little Olds has everything that
Anderson, in Ventura, Calif. was offered on the Omega In '73. From Bucket Seats to
and Mr. and Mrs. M A. Air Conditioning and Super Stock I II I Road Wheels. Only
$ R98 Garcia in Camarilla, Calif. On 8,000 Miles. You must see this one before you buy.
y April 20 Mr. and Mrs. An- Was Now
a derson and Mr. and Mrs.
Garcia honored Mr. and Mrs. $3,795.00 3495.00
Y tA Caldwell and Mr. and Mrs. A.
J.Dick at a dinner party at theTalkoftheTown

J.N $119 Santa Barbara, celebratingthe RestaurantIn 1972 Dodge Polara I

50th wedding anniversaryof Custom 4-Door Hard Top. Dark Blue I Paint i with White
I PER YD Mr. and Mrs. Caldwell and Vinyl Top. Only 28,000 Miles and Super Clean. Good
100% POLYESTER Mr. and Mrs. Dick. Both Tires and Road Ready. If you're thinking about a
N couples were married in 1924. Dodge, then check this one out first.
Was Now
LADIES Sale at Leila's, Up to2 Off.
; y $2,995.00 $2,595.00It

w SLEEVELESS Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Colson
and Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Tenly
were camping at Anastasia
0 State Park last week.

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(From Page 3) Local admittances to Brad

IJ ford County Hospital this
Mrs. C C. Hoppe of Tampa week Include: Andrew J.
Of Post 56 T spent; last week with her -tIi1/"r: Griffis, Mrs. Jill Barbara
7 rt, l sIsters, Mrs. O. L. Beasleyand E. K. Godwin, William F. Glenn,
J. W. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hood Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Welch
Mrs Klncaid. Merrill Jones, Herman
Bryce C. Titus, of Starke, ... 'c drA and daughter of Erie, Pa and returned Wednesday of last and children, Angela and Sr.Nettles, Ronett Jane Sen-
was elected Post Commander Misses Marilyn Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nelson week from Riverside Hospital Jeffrey of Savannah, Ga. weda Miss Elizabeth Cox
of the American Legion Post of Gainesvillewere where she underwent surgery. with her ,
Goodhue and daughter the weekend ShiSmith
and of spent
k Nancy Asheville Mrs. Mary Phillips, Kirby
i(0 i on Edwards Rd. in Starke, last Wednesday dinner Her son, Emmett Perryman Dr. and Mrs. O. L.
N. C. spent parents, Mrs. Jimmie Teems
Yp Wednesday ,
tht'l'll'cted officers for the of Bethlehem, Pa. visited her ,
.is i guests of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Jr. The children
to Sunday with Marilyn'sparents Haynes, Miss Debra Johnson, Mrs.
i while she was hospitalized.
last Tuesday 3I
coming year Thornton. remained with their grand-
Dr. and Mrs. H. G, Helen Myers and Mrs
night Bollinger.Sale parents for a week. Alvarez,Starke Mrs.
Carolyn ;
Commander elect Titus will Cap! and Mrs. Stephen
assume office in June, and Mark Crawford will leave and of Fort Sr. Martha Petty, Putnam Hall;
at Leila's, Up to V2 Off Beckett daughter Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorf, Harris
tilted thut emphasis will be Friday for Houston, Texas Knox, Ky. are spending this and Mrs. Wilma Kronenberger Wesley Maxville;
placed on respect for flag and Mrs. W. D. Hamilton of where he will work for an oil week with her parents, Mr. attended the Mrs. Jane Wiles, Denise
and Mrs. Eunice
country during the coming Orlando was Monday over company this summer. and Mrs. L. K. Whitehead.The dedication of The Advent Hinson
veain addition to participating night guest of Mr. and Mrs. Whiteheads also had as Christian Church in Jasper Leath, Keystone Heights;
and Mrs. Leonard Ervin W. Dyal, Graham; Mrs.
in other Legion Brian Hamilton. Mr. Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs.
Programs. Other programswill Register and son, Chuck, and John Mussoline and daughterof Sunday. Mary Dukes and Mrs. Lucile
V l 1yz and Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson Arnold, Lake Butler; John
include Boys State and Mr Mrs. J. R. Weldon East Palatka. Mrs. W. T. Jordan of
School) Medal awards. and family of Jacksonvillewere attended the Register reunionin Shreveport,La. is visiting Mr. Crissman, Raiford.
other elected officers were: Friday overnight guestsof Valdosta, Ga. Sunday.Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Holton and Mr.
Robert G. Paterson, Jr., First his mother, Mrs. Gladys Mrs. Maude Bailev of and Mrs. Eston Jordan this
\ ice Commander; William B. Weldon and Mrs. Guy Sale werein Charleston, S. C., Mrs. R. T. week. L t
Sfoggms. Finance Officer; Tampa last week visiting Hipps of Waycross, Ga. and -.,j* -.e'T t.
Leo Taylor, Chaplain; Club Luau Mr and Mrs. S. F. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Aaron Finn of Jacksonvillewere Fowl and Fair. Alma,Michigan -
V\tlliam Causey Sergeant atnns. Country Strickland of Lake City and Gillingham and family while last Tuesday to Saturday The units of measuring we is the home. of the
\ John B. Crews, daughter,Mrs. Maurice Riouxof Mr. Sale attended the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. use today can be seen on the world's largest duck and
Historian; and Al Crosby, Is Well Attended Atlanta, were Sunday National Association of Harrison. rulers, yardsticks, tape measures turkey farm.
Service; 01 ricer. guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Sanitarians Convention. and metre sticks made

The' outgoing Commander is !Mr. and !Mrs. Clyde Ter- The traditional "piece de Strickland. by Lufkin.
I 111m I Nowell.Filch willegar were among the resistance," a whole roasted ... .....
many gaily bedecked couples pig, was the center of attraction
attending the annual Luau at on the buffet table.
Flam the Starke Golf and Country Cocoanut punch was served
Club last Saturday night. before dinner.
Active Over 250 guests attendedthis Later in the evening,
Duo event which was staged in dancing was enjoyed to music 0
a typical Polynesian setting provided by Jerry Vaughn and 00 U t4tAoo
with lighted torches, tropical the Variations from 00 O0.o
In G'villeM flowers floating Gainesville. Hawaiian dancers
arrangements in the pool, and also provided additional
x i he old story of a coupled lighted candles on tables atmosphere to the gala oc
>t ;iiini-tlam artists beating an where the guests were seated. casion.BROOKERINBRIFF. i
innocent i shopper out of hard- FABRIC SHOPS o o rsI*p o 0 o 04

earned money, and it hap-
lH I ned last Saturday in the 00O
i i.nnesville Shopping Center. 0
Diane McGruder 22, told By Jeannette PrescottPTA 1 foooooo00
( ;i.nnesville police that a XJ5McCall's 0 0000oooo-d' ocoo ooo od'oooo oooo
i .duple. of strangers approached MEETINGThe :<<; Tomlinson and Gene !Melvin
her with an envelope Brooker School PTA homered in a game that lasted

the said they had found and meeting will be held Tuesday, until 12:30.: Brooker is still o 0 0 o o oovoo0oc
which supposedly contained \May 28, at 8 p.m. The end of leading the league with a 7-1 r; 000:flo o o 0

SKI.ooo in cash. One of the the year Awards Program will record. They will play First 0 00 0
;rangers! a man she identified be presented at this time. Baptist tonight at 8:15.PERSONALS: 'ooooo00 o o o o o 0 Wo 00 0 00 od'ocP 0 0 cPovM c
\. o o
t onlv as "Willie, told the
Hawthorne woman he was :MATHCONTESTDrew :<<; :<<;
going: to check with his boss to Andrews, Tamara Mr. and Mrs. John Green
see what to do with the Johns David Sparks, Deborah and sons, Michael and Allen,
returned and Elaine Mott, and of Grand Prairie, Alberta, 1 '000000 0ooOO o o o
money He Green a.rx f a 0 00 0 o 0 o o c n 100%
told Miss McGruder to go talk David Fussell competed in a Canada are visiting their 4,'., 3 0 0 o cPo o 0 00 00

\Aith his boss, but only after countywide math contest parents, Mr. and Mrs. A, L. 0 oho 000o 0 o P ,pg0 o PolyesterDOUBLE
...ht left $70 on deposit with Tuesday and Wednesday. Green, and other relatives in 9 i o 0
Willie" Brooker this week.There's 000 0

The Hawthorne woman left, SOFTBALL
;jailed. to find "the boss," and TOURNEYLast
''henhe returned both of the Saturday morning the KNIT
on artists were gone--and so fourth and fifth graders
v.is her $70. competed in a countywide J
Softball tournament in Starke.
Those participating from ON THE t ix I' :, 58 60" Wide
U'.\IMMUGIITKEUMONThe:<<; :<<; :<<; Brooker School were Randy

annual Wainwright Raulerson, Raymond Hall, an effective, down-
1"11111Heunion will be held Warren Hall, Paul Copeland, to-earth method of removingmud Large Selection to Choose From.
Sunday May 26th at the home Pete Hodge, Jeff Hill Lynn stains. Let mud dry. Patterns
ol. :Mr and Mrs. Thomas D.K.m Hill, Shelia Starling, Monica Brush out most of it and soakin Assorted Colors and Weaves.
at Lake Asbury, 1 p.m.H Green, Eddie Barnes, Eddie cold water, then launder.If #4103 Dependable Carefree Fabric.
.\'r\one will bring a picnic Seawick, Jill Hayes, Susan stain remains, use alcohol. #3948
I',i>ketI Douglas, and David Sparks. ,. !: Machine Wash and Dry.

liROOKEIl SOFT.\LL fi Goes Anywhere Without a Wrinkle.

Brooker competed in the ) First Quality on Full Bolts.
Waldo Invitational Tour-
= 1 -T--
Terrific Values.
nament last weekend winning

their first game against the Arrive Weekly
!Macclenny Merchants. Frank
Tomlinson hit two home runs,
d ..iv and Gene Melvin had a perfect D NeiiPmeots
F four for four at the plate. I ?

ap Brooker won again Saturday You can get out perspiration M j44..r a rr r
I morning by beating Kilby stains with no sweat. If ir (
ll t from Live Oak. Gene \Melvin possible,wash thoroughly with
homered in the 5th inning. warm water and detergent.
".l I lie nltiiiiitlf in nhunclyfiirr Saturday night they lost to Apply diluted ammonia to Yard

i I.* found within umill1. Cunningham and were fresh stains and rinse with rr La,,. r, 4
, ." eliminated in a later game by water. ra
losing to General Electric Vw. X/yr.r'/
from Gainesville.o'rank

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I May 23. 1971 TKLKCKAPII; I'ageS:

I i 301 Truck Collision )J.1iit1', ':\\I"-:, i ; I Best Dressed Health Board

,,. In FloridaMrs. Meets TonightThe

I Injures Starke Man '. Tom Poston, the regular monthly
/ rl meeting of District five
.irA I former Barbara Kirk- Mental Health Board will be
,'. A
land of Starke, held at 7 p.m., Thursday May
now a
local ,
was was transferred to the VA charged 23, in the Vocational
hospitalized Thursday, May Hospital in Gainesville for driving. i member of the JuniorWoman's Rehabilitation Conference
16, with injuries sustained in a further treatment of internal Room 825 N. E. 23rd Ave
Club of
truck collision on US-301 near injuries sustained the Marvin Gainesville
in ac- ;;" ;L,
its South! Walnut Street in cident. of Starke, : 'e Jacksonville, took top Election:: of officers will take
tersection, according to the Police Officer M L. Sibley failure to place: at this time and the
Starke Police Department. Police I 'r''a i state honors in the is to County
investigated the accident. ,:; meeting open
Robert Earl Powell. 27 of In other accidents reported Saturday second annual Spadea Citizens Advisory Groups and
Starke, driving a 1967 Ford by the Starke Police Department I the general public. The new
pickup truck south on US-301 : A 1967 t sewing contest spon- permanent director Dr. Jose
near the Walnut Street intersection A 1973 Plymouth owned by Willie sored by the General Llmas. will also be welcomedat
crossed the centerline Wayne Douglas of Starke, Starke, this meeting
of the highway and while parked on the south side Street was Federation of Women's This meeting will be
collided with a northbound of Call Street headed east, was 1971 Clubs which held its preceded by a meeting of the
19(>5 CMC truck and trailer tempted Committ at 6
damaged to the extent of Executive
The truck and trailer was $1,500 when it was struck by onto 1 na j convention in Jackson- p.m. at the same location.
owned by Winn-Dixie Stores the 1974 Chevrolet pickup the Dixon ; I This session is also open to the
ville this month.
and operated by Alvin Brown truck being driven by Danny early public.
41, of Jacksonville. The Carl Stewart 25 of Starke. $225 and to The polyester outfit in
collision resulted in a total according f, ,
was traveling east
loss to the Powell vehicle and on Call Street Thursday, May + IR.t grey and beige has a My Neighbors
caused $2000 damage to the 16. about 4:40: p.m. when the ? wi lined, reversible jacket.
truck and trailer. accident occurred. His POISON ,. .- : ; .
vehicle .
i The bodice is done in -; t.P.' 1'I N'1'' ',
Powell after receiving sustained $800 in damages. Be .. a .( { I' / '
emergency treatment at the Police Officer M L. Sibley, not have geometric pattern of -. 1i. 1/ : ..
Bradiord County Hospital who investigated the accident,, and n "' ., ., .
'W,,,, grey, beige and rust, the ,' rl I 't ri I
products : II
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Minutes -
same design as the -
door or j, '1 ;--

RTTENTIDN enough ',,1, ;. lining. The outfit will --
swallow I t compete in a national I'ws
someone {rw lrtiv '
phone judging, winner to be

Your Future nearest Hospital, announced at the GFWC
Is Now! ," ,r
Center for + + 1 1s
convention May 26-31 in ,
Minneapolis.Mrs. .
G. E. D. ExaminationsTo ----- I \
O jLOTm*. I I II : Poston is the
Be given I I II daughter of Mr. and
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Week Of June 3 I' The abbrevlaliuu i i i i "11>.
.* I I II ; I Starke. ('OI11<'M hum the/ Konuin lihiu.
I 4 ':, the. ecUiv.iU'Ht| ol about 7 Deadline For Makng Application Is May 24 I I (Jacksonville Journal ol' wlu-.il
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609 North Orange St. >: Rnswers: DRI.VBeI1q .,

Starke 1101 that God is only good and holy when the Bible ,
5/16 2T 5/23 FOR evil(Isa 45:7: ;Amos 3.6;Job 2:10))

here Is that the inquirer is seeking to force an
upon the word evil; seeking to make it
This is not the case. Evil sometimes means '
Thus when God is said to "create EtNER.S'N
that He designed some calamity as punishment
people Men may consider such as evil but n
for their good. V" '
that God is infinitely holy I Psa 99 9)). and
inconsistent with His nature. In the Old 418 W. CALL
Sawyer I frequently was called"The Holy One of Israel,"
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. FFA 9ers(From Honored Page 1) ..... Majority Of Cases Unlawful Speedpresently

Florida's commissioner Trouble with America's Quoting Benjamin Franklin, unlawful speed; Byron Brad Irene Sirmons, for no valid
Robert Daniel
Of 149 cases on the Reese,$36 for unlawful speed; Newman,$15
of agriculture.Just leaders today is they haven't Alvarez concluded: for the traffic docket Lauren Ann Reese, $26, costs, for no valid driver's Starling, $36, unlawful speed; driver's license; Cothen Scott,
beginning to recover identified the problems they "If you love life, then don't plea day license Bobby Williams, released for failure to exhibit driver'license
calendar in unlawful speed. ; George Ernest
from a bout with the flu,a pale face, Alvarex stated. He waste time, because, you sees ElzieSanders' County Judge Alvin Truman Mann, Jr. Mathis, $26, for allowing with warning on a no muffler on demand and Bret
,.. court on May 8,
tired-looking Alvarez told the reminded the FFA membersand time is what life is made of the overwhelming and Francis Bell Williams, $36 unauthorized minor to drive. charge. Alan Marchant, for no
crowd: "I didn't want to miss parents that ancient In a preliminary portion of the cases for majority of each for unlawful speed; L. J. Mitchell Thomas McClentonand Byron Brad Starling, $26, driver's license.
this. This is where it all England whipped a former the banquet program, the speed. were unlawful Padgett, $15 costs for no valid Nathan Mack, $26 each, for leaving the scene of an 41 traffic offenders forfeited
started." crisis by from shown a color bonds for unlawful
energy turning parents were for unlawful accident. speed
99 drivers had been driver's license. speed; Robert
Now a smooth, assured dependence on wood to the slide presentation of scenes at given Cases dismissed were: They were:
citations for Ralph Thomas Smith, $76 James Bell, $26, for unlawful
public speaker, Alvarez put developmenn of coal as a fuel. the 172-acre FFA farm, in- the driving in excessof valid driver's license speed. Charles Curtis Crews, for no Mark Allen Kelly, Robert
audience at by He told the audience of of planted new 55 mph speed limit for no license Nancy Basil King, Matthew
the ease exchanging eluding scenes for valid Wilbur Lee Heath valid driver's ; Denham
in effect and$26 no inspection $26,
his horticulture presidential Moree, Lee
jokes with manufacturing executive pines, plots Jimmy Stokes,
brother. Greg, now a young James Cushman's formula for cattle, fish pond, an 8-acre proclamation in an effort to certificate.Joe Michael Kendall and Raymond LaBarre, Elwood
Bradford FFA advisor then success: 1)) a good idea, 2)) cultivated vegetable growing conserve nation's gasoline crisis.during the Joseph Julian Sierra,$36 each Lard Use Report..... Columbus Caldwell and
spoke on the importance of total commitment, and 3) plot, among other things Cases energy for unlawful speed; Frederick Connie Hawkins Lynn.
education leadership, and realization that can't do it disposed of were: Matthew Davis,
you 1)) Perry
III and (From Page
optimism. by yourself. Wesley O. Phillips fined$36, Thomas Mooney Dinkins, $46 _. ___'_rl. Layne, Joel E. Felts, Michael
unlawful speed; Brady E. Robert Leon Bradford County has also ana ;zj; city zunuig.In J. Wood, David
McLeon,$200 for driving while each, unlawful speed. been awarded a second 1973 the county was Farnell, Chester F. Harold
intoxicated and driver's Homer Mosley, $36 for federal successful in obtaining a Peters
Clay PaYmg& Construction grant from the U. S. Ralph Coleman Hodges and
license revoked for three unlawful speed (sentence Department of Housing and $12,000 HUD planning grant Paul Albert Tarnow, Jr.
months. suspended); Nancy Irene Urban Development of some with which is paid for the
Mark D. Gilbert, $46, Sirmons, $36 for unlawful $8,000 to continue its land use revision of the county's Edwin F. Harrington, Jr.,
unlawful speed; Kevin D. speed.Dewitt. study into 1974. Bradford is original 1970 land use study. Karl Otto Wonicker Margaret
Hamilton, released with Carlton Padgett, Jr. one of few counties to receivea Both land use plans have been Madgie Jenkins, Mose G
warning for no valid driver's $36, for unlawful speed; second grant, Gaines points done for the county by Ranew, John Gary Baker,
license. Michael J. Henderson, $15 OIlt. students and instructional Ronald Odel I Anderson and
.- Robert Edwin Kilgore, Jr. costs, no muffler. !ui 1974 the UF DevelopmentCenter personnel from the UF at Paul Harrison.
and Joe Dowling Sapp, Jr. $36 Michael Geoffrey Donovon, will make a more much less cost than if the Maitland Whitehead, Donya
"Have heard the
you ru- each for $36 for unlawful speed; John had employed a
unlawful speed; detailed study of land usage, county Marladene Gamble, George
mor going around about our Lonzo Thompson,$15 costs for William Kenney, $36 for concentrating on certain private firm. Henry Koehler Howard Alex
neighborhood beautification no valid driver's license. running stop sign; Lonnie areas. Two areas named by Land use studies are the Coleman, Kenneth, Elixson,
program not being 100 per Earl Jenkins, Jr., $76, for Albertie, $36, for unlawful Gaines are: 1)) a follow-up basis for the county's zoning James B. Tillman and Mary
cent effective?'" unlawful speed; Willette speed. study on flood prone areas, regulations. E Pierce.

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Fuel Prices Raise City <( I Utility Rates. Page II I
.. (From Page 1) School! Maintenance...

utility fund 10 help make up I
the deficit and restrict the justment to the surcharge be added The city has been forced to proved payment of $31,854 to would be properly taken Triest, referring to when the "You're holding my money ..-0/../,
to a 20 utility accounts for the Contractor Ernest Triest care of under without CLCL4'IELL
surcharge percent rate. use the fuel oil rather than the the one-year board and Temple inspectedthe cause, Triest Insisted
"We've sat here for eight last four months of the year. cheaper and toward final payment of warranty the contractor building for substantial .
months knowing what was Then take a look at the figures natural gas due more to a cutback efficient in Phase III of Bradford High contended. Triest noted he completion last December 6. "You think it's unfair, (! .. aal :
going on and haven't done again in August and Sep-- the number of days that School. The board had had built the building as "No," Temple said. Ernest?" Temple asked.
anything about it. We certainly tember, and then consider natural gas be used. withheld the money for some specified, and that all "Yes," Triest insisted. "Yes, all these things are PRESENTSVGlUll
need to look in another your electric rate adjustment may five months awaiting test and materials are in place. "No, I tried to get one from warranty items," Triest said.
direction to raise the money if to be applied in your new balance reports on the air While congratulating Trieston you Don. Nobody had one," James Masters of Masters
we possibly can," Silcox said Scott budget beginning in October," natural The city was suppliers advised by of the a conditioning system and the building job ("It's the Temple said. Triest said, Electric, subcontractor to L rtIl i ( .Ii
in supporting Schaefer's said. cutback to gas 177 days of action on repairing outside best building job we've had for when Temple asked, that he Triest on Phase III, backed
for the City Clerk Merrill Edwards usage. doors which have been termed the dollar. ) Jim Triest
motion 20 percent rate. When natural is not Supt. had one of the reports but not up. "We've waited five
Ned H. Scott, the city'sauditor said that a tanker of fuel oil available for gas the insecure. *\ Temple noted the test and with him. Triest finally triedto months for our money. How
from Gainesville, had containing 6,946 gallons that they have to city'sengines be Triest said the board had no balance reports on the air end the change by sayingthe long do you expect us to FOR THE FIRST TIME
cost$778 a year ago now costs to hold the since conditioning wait?"
prepared a comparative cost reason money system now report was irrelevant.
, breakdown which indicatedthat the city $1,858, an increase of switched over to fuel oil. the building was declared sub required by law, didn't reach "It's relevant," Temple At that point Temple asked COUNTRY MUSIC'S BEST
the city would have to $1,080. A stantially complete and occupied him until May 13. insisted. Architect Don Morgan, "How
increase the revenue received Latest increase on fuel oil 10 percent utility tax on by students 'since "It was handed you when much?" 6 Nights a Week

from electric power sales by gallon amounted and to became two cents a electricity been in effect, gas for and a number water has of December. Such ItemsaaaacccDcccacccc you walked in the door," said i iff n n< f>Kfr" $151,267 to just break even by effective years. Another 10 percent fuel I jrt**r+* : PRICES STARTS1250 PER ACRE Linda Ameison
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year adjustment tax added to
ending September 30. to 27 cents per gallon that the DeWitt I Fri.and Sat.
is the utility accounts in 1972, C. Jones Night
city now
The auditor's figures called price paid last having to pay. The when the price of natural gas I Near South end of Gold Head Branch Park, 9 Miles I Only, 1.00 Cover Charg
for a 34.87 percent increase in year was about was increased 80 percent. The East of Keystone. *.4 Miles off SR315. From 9 PM.l AM
12 cents I
revenue brought about by the For the per first gallon. city absorbed about half of Funeral Home
rapidly increasing costs for last seven months that increase, and added the TERMS: 15 PER CENT DOWN PAYMENTIS
fuel oil and natural gas that year the cost of fuel oil to Year Financing By Owner at
10 percent surcharge to Bobby's
the city has been paying city was$55,639, compared customer billings in 1972. STARKE PHONE. 964-6200
during the last eight months. to the first seven months of the RENTAL Suitable for homesites, stock, horses,etc. A total of 85
"Would it not be better to current budget the cost has 1 of this HOSPITAL BEDS.WALKERS WHEEL CHAIRS acres to be sold.WEST. I Hideaway
adjust the electric rates at this been $104,712, an increase of Beginning January & CRUTCHES
rates were CENTRAL
asked $49,073 over last year. year minimum
time McRae? of the auditor.Commissioner The cost for natural gas last Increase from $1.50 to $4 for KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 301 North-Waldo
"I 1 don't think so. I would year was $54,911, and for this sewer; from$2 to$3 for water, PHONE473.3176 REALTY
year $62,863, an increase and the gas minimum set at$2 ,
recommend that) the fuel ad _. 1-378-2308 Anytime ._ _ _.
$7,952. from $1.75. i i i-j ) > ; ; ; ; .7 7 7 7 j j-j i--i ; i t ; >

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8 TELEGRAPH May 23,1974

I New Grand Jury Indicts Riddell, __7 School Hit

Returns No True Bill On StrongA By VandalsThe

new Bradford County following the shooting. The murder and shooting
Grand Jury was empaneled Strong will be released from incident occurred at the Starke City Police
14 to hear bond located SR- 1r AY t tr Department reported two
Tuesday, May following the return of a Riddell home on I'
testimony of witnesses and no true bill by the Grand Jury. 230-A, east of Starke on April cases of vandalism and the
of evidence in In the second r theft of an outboard motor
presentment case considered vr+}N 'aV
two murder cases.A by the Grand Jury 17.The new grand jury em ; during the past week.
no true bill was returnedby Tuesday an indictment for paneled Tuesday is composedof
the Grand Jury in the case murder in the second degreewas eleven men and seven Vandals broke into the p
of Enoch Strong, 77, of returned against Guy women who will serve until Bradford High School building
Lawtey in the January 14 Wayne Riddell,56, of Starke in the second Monday in sometime after the close of
pistol shooting death of the rifle shooting death of his November. school Friday, May 10. Three
Estella G. Duncan, 50, also of wife, Clara Bell Riddell, 39. A Serving as counsel to the restroom windows were I
Lawtey. Strong voluntarily second indictment of assault grand jury was Assistant broken out and three ,
surrendered himself to the with intent to commit murderof State Attorney Ken Hebert. classroom desks were broken !
custody of Bradford County Larry Battin, 20, was into. I
Sheriff's Department returned against Riddell.
An unsuccessful attemptwas
Pollution Law made to pry open the doorto
the main office suite.
LIVESTOCK Police Officer R. E. Lee
RCl'lirenlcllts'l'hreatcn i investigated the break-in.

Sometime during the nightof
More than $1 million in May 16, a person or persons
Complete line of unknown shot the rear windowout
payroll and local purchases of the 1956 GMC pickup
POULTRY EQUIPMENT could "go down the drain" in truck owned by Harold Albert
North Adams, Mass.,a severe Bvers of North Clark Street.
blow to the community's already a

GAS TANKS & TOOL BOXES depressed economy, if outboard The theft motor of was a reportedto Johnson
the is forced to close .
Trucks the police by B. B. Rowlandof
for down because of federal
Starke. The thieves
water pollution regulations. Elementary Math Tourney Held removed the outboard from
Rowland's boat that he had
ELECTRIC MOTORS AND DRILLS According to a newsletter of
the Massachusetts Depart- Southside and Lawtey Elementary Schools dominated the Mrs. Wayne Massey of Lawtey. stored in a shed just south of
GEORGIA FLORIDA POULTRY SUPPLY CO. ment of Natural Resources, l-lth grade Bradford County Math Tournament Tuesday. In the second row are second and third place winners. his residence on West Madison
the company had made arrangements Pictured In the front row are the first place winners from They are Teresa liar ley from Lawley Robin Stern Street.
317 E. BROWNLEE STARKE 964-6819 to meet the each grade. At left and first grade champ is Tony Diggs Soulhside, Lee Ann Flynn, Southside. Vicki Carver,
2t-5/30 Lawtey Elementary, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Diggs of Southside. Lori McKinney, Southside, Stuart Pauley Rowland reported that he
standards when the blow fell. Lawtey. Second grade winner is Christie Johns, Southside Lawtey, Amy Koarkc, Lautey, and Nancy Testone. Lawtey. heard a car turn around in his
a J Elem., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Johns of Starke; driveway about 10 p.m. on the
third grade winner Is Monlque Blanchette, Southside Elem.,. Mrs. Peggy Slanulx-Hay. instructor for accelerated night of May 18. The motor
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Blanchette of Starke: fourth students at the Bradford Middle School \\usl... charge of the was missing the next morning
I grader Terry Massey Lawtey Elem., daughter of Mr. and tournament .

38 Students Make Straight A's At BHS I

A group of 38 students Starke. Miss Coley's classesare and Mrs. Julian McRae of American history, teacher of Starke. Miss Bradley's
earned straight A's at commercial baking and Starke. McRae's classes are aide, drama. classes are gen. literature,
c Electrical Contractors Bradford High School of some cooking, P. E. and clothing. poetry, data processing, P. J. Jenkins,son of Mr. and home ec., world history,
1,200 attending for the fifth six James A. Davis, son of Mr. teacher aide, and A vs. C. Mrs. Jay D. Jenkins of algebra II, modern science
weeks which ended April 25. and Mrs. James Davis of Theresa McWilliams, Starke. Jenkins' subjects are and P. E.DarIa.
\ WI{ ee The fifth six weeks honor Starke. Davis' classes are daughter of Mr. and Mrs. JohnS. data technology, algebra II, Christopher ,
): 1 roll, those earning grades of B bookkeeping, business McWilliams. Miss Me- debate-speech, American daughter of Mr and Mrs. D.
i "1( oui ates or higher, numbered 104, statistics, A vs. C, diesel Willian.s' classes are British history, and advanced P. E. Christopher of Starke. Miss
I '2 4 ... S\\"" .. about eight percent of the student mechanics. literature, needle work, P. E., Donna Pauley, daughter of Christopher's classes are
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J.Ce :- body Straight A studentsare Greg Dodd, son of Mr. and adult living, communicationand Mr. and Mrs. Obed M. Pauleyof Spanish, algebra, world
Set : SENIORS Mrs. Bill Dodd, of Starke. expression, and A vs. C. Starke. Miss Pauley's history, debate-speech,
G \ George Bennett, son of Ms. Dodd's courses are Howard Osteen, son of Mr. classes are data processing, modern science, P. E.
: Dorothy Terry, Starke. agriculture replacement. and Mrs. Howard Osteen of algebra II, American history, Susan Edwards, daughter of
g RESIDENTIAL-COMMERCIAl-INDUSTRIAl Bennett's classes are physical Nancy Fullwood, daughterof Starke. Osteen's courses are communication and expression Mr. and Mrs William H.
education, chorus, and Mr. anf Mrs. L. L. Fullwood, agriculture replacement. art II. Edwards of Starke. Miss
}: DIAL 964-6061 athletics. of Starke. Miss Fullwood's Terry Roberts, son of Mr. Edwards' classes are algebraII
Eddie Blalock, son of Mr. classes are communicationand and Mrs. Oscar P. Roberts of SOPHOMORESTeresa : language usage, world
SERVING STARKE AND SURROUNDING AREAS SINCE 7949 and Mrs. Charles Blalock, expression, teacher'saide Starke. Roberts' course is Ag. DeVore, daughter of history, Spanish I and P. E.
Starke. Blalock's courses are A. vs. C and drama. Replacement.Joe Mr. and Mrs. John DeVore of Students earning grades of
744 N. THOMPSON ST. STARKE 32091 algebra III and trigonometry, David George, son of Mr. Sapp, son of Mr. and Starke. Miss Devore's classesare B or higher are:
P.O. BOX 607 poetry, A vs. C, and physics. and Mrs. William George of Mrs. Joe D. Sapp of Lawtey. chemistry, teacher aide, Seniors Marshall
Patricia Bowen, daughter of Starke. George's classes are Sapp's classes are teacher P. E., humanities, algebra II Cloversettle, Sandra Ed-
Mr. Berry E. Bowen, Starke. data processing, com- aide, poultry products and Ag. and language usage. wards, Pam Griffin, Darlene
Miss Bowen's classes are munication and expression, Robyn Tinsler, daughter of Cindy Edwards, daughter of Hobbs, Marlene Birt, Marilyn ,
......e...................... office aide, humanities, and A and A vs. C. Mr.and Mrs. Lester Walker of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Monroe, Diann Moore, Mary
vs. C.Andy. Ricky Hall, son of Mr. and Starke. Miss Tinsler's classesare Edwards of Starke Miss Pearsall, Juanita Sanders,
Brown, son of Mr and Mrs. Richard Hall; of Starke. clothing, Spanish II, Edwards' classes are algebraII Debra Scott, Irene Sellers,
Mrs. Roby Y. Brown, Starke.Brown's Hall's classes are aide, gen. teacher aide, introductory human physiology, world Deborah Shuford, Mazelle
p O SPACIOUS courses are com- math II, American history, typing. history, speech-debate, DuBose, James Frampton,
.' mercial baking and cooking, and athletics. Irving Young, son of Mrs. drama and P. E. Paul Hutchins, Dale Johns,
S P. E., drama and teacher's Stella Hazen. daughter of Ann Young of Starke. Young's Beverly Meng, daughter of Gerald Meng, Forrest Trisler
aide.Kathy Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hazen of classes are agriculture! Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng of Ann Starling, Landa Thorn-
Casey, daughter of Starke. Miss Hazen's classesare Hampton. Miss Meng's ton and Charlotte Whitehead.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Casey of sewing, teacher aide, JUNIORS classes are general literature, Juniors Stanley Ben-
Starke. Miss Casey's classesare poetry, typing and shorthand. Beth Chapman, daughter of algebra I, P. E., Spanish I, ckowsky, Amy Blalock, Kathy
Spanish I, British Ricky Jackson, son of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Chapmanof BSCS driver's ed. Comerford,Janice Davis, Eve
f8 literature, band, teacher'saide and Mrs. W. T. Jackson of- Starke. Miss Chapman's Danette Rodrique, daughterof Futch, Chuck Hutcheson,
and creative writing. Starke. Jackson's classes are classes are algebra III, Mr. and Mrs. A. P. David McMillan, Mona
; 24X60 DELUXE DOUBLEWIDE Deborah Coley, daughter of communication and expression human physiology, American Rodrique of Starke. Miss Marchant, Debbie Mitchell,
i Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Coley of humanities, library history, office aide, advancedP. Rodrique's classes are Helen Pearsall, Jan Searle,
,.- aideand drama. E. and chorus. chemistry, P. E., driver's ed., Joy Starling, Sheila Starling,
Jeremiah Johnson, son of Beth Crews,daughter of Mr. algebra II and drama. John Tyson.
fe 2 Plead Mrs. Mimi Lee Johnson of and Mrs. Stanley Crews of Laura Thomas daughter of Sophomores Sonja Biggs,
.60 Starke. Johnson's courses are Starke. Miss Crews' subjectsare Mrs. Seletta Thomas of Michael Cooney, Andrew
Not aide, art I and athletics. geometry, British lit., P. Starke. Miss Thomas' classesare Crews, Veronica Cummings,
( J Guilty Janet McCary, daughter of E., American history, chorus, Spanish I, chemistry P. Deborah Douglas, Paula
= 1 Mr. and Mrs. James W. drama. E., vocab-grammar, algebraII Ferri, Debbie Gann, Cindy
To Motel McCary of Starke. Miss Jody Harper, daughter of and driver's ed. Gissy, Julie Gnffis, 'Alicia
McCary's classes are Rev. and Mrs. George L. Larry White, son of Mr. and Jackson, Jennifer Jockel,
teacher's aide, and business Harper of Starke. Miss Mrs. Olin White of Starke. Kathy Locke, Guy Stalnaker,
I I RobberyTwo statistics. Harper's classes are Spanish White's classes are Judy Thomas and Jenny
rei' S t Hjalmar McMillan, I, chemistry, American chemistry, gen. literature, Tomlinson.
young men charged daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. history, humanities, algebraII algebra II, humanities, P. E Freshmen Robin Chism,
1 ; with robbery of local motel G. McMillan of Starke. Miss and American lit. and office aide. Cindy Davis Dana Dyal,
entered pleas of not guilty at McMillan's classes are Johnny Hobbs, son of Mr. Debbie Gomes, Eoline Green,
hdP"h'I; ry'rr their arraignment in Bradford bookkeeping, business and Mrs. J. R. Hobbs of FRESHMENDeborah : James P. Green, Nancy
1 luliHii i : County Circuit Court, Mon- statistics, and office aide. Starke. Hobbs' classes are Bradley, daughterof Hildreth, Michelle Jenkins,

{f ., : S day, May 13.Benjamin Frank. Griffis, 21, Jeffrey McRae, son of Mr. chemistry, Spanish I. poetry, Mr.and Mrs. Clyde Bradley Helen Lee, Lisa Mitchell.

of and David
Micanopy, Leon
: ; .. Sullivan, 18, of Gainesville,
i SS : were arrested at 4 a.m. April
22 in Gainesville, following the
SS 2 a.m. robbery of the Whispering -
i Pines Motel located on US-
INTRODUCING THE NEW CONCORD FLOOR PLAN 301, about two miles south of

The hold-up victim was
II Lawrence F. Corson, the
present owner-operator of the r4 iSr'
Over 1300 ft. of living motel. Corson is a former ) '
sq. space : police officer from Elmer, N.
J. who retired in 1968.
i Family Room Relating the details of the '1 t9 q h 1prf
: holdup, Corson said,

i 3 Bedrooms around"Somebody 2:00: rang in the the morning.doorbell f N ,l i
: When I answered the door !;4i
0 some young fellow asked if he f
i 13 x 24 Living Room could get a room and how J
much was it. I quoted him the
h 1
0 rates for the night, and he fI1
r r 1 / Baths said, 'There's two of us, will
that make any difference?' I
i : Utility Room : told him 'No.' When I turnedto
get the registration card my

: Walk-in Closet in Master BR : That's back was when turned he grabbed to him.me M

I around the neck with one arm f
and pulled my other arm up dJh
: Total Electric : around my back and said k .J
i 'This is a hold-up'," h t
"The other fellow then came '
; : Home Type Windows : in. He had some kind of a
small caliber rifle that he
poked me in the stomach with
i$ S See Mark Olin Today He Is Ready To Save You Money 5 and said', 'All we want is your
The one that y'r
money. was
I. OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 9 A.M. .8 P.M. SUNDAYS 1 P.M" 0 P.M.: holding my arms then turnedme

loose and I gave them my
billfold which had a little
: OLIN'SHwy MOBILE : better than $200 in it. They
took an old hat of mine and unscrewed -
: the microphone from
HOMES mfr Citizens Band radio."
'They made me lie down on
i the floor on my stomach and
told me not to get Then
100 Starke 964-5606 : they left After I heard up.the car Straight A students at Bradford High are: First row (/l l-r) Hobbs, Kathy Casey Beverly Meng Jody Harper Laura
crank up I got up and went to Beth Crews Donna Pauley Teresa DeVore Deborah Thomas Janet McCary Beth Chapman Eddie BlalJck. and
the door and tried to get the Bradley Stella llaien and Hjalmar McMillan. Second row: Harriet Faulkner. Fourth row: Larry White Andy BrownPuge ,

'............................., was tag number.th* number All 11 I could nee Susan Darla Edwards Christopher and Danette Robin Tinsler.Rodrique.Third Cindy row Edwards: Johnny and David Jerrrey George McRae.,Jimmy Davis, Phillip Jenkins, Ricky Jackson


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!\ 23. 1!>71 TELEGRAPH Pa eel I

I Produce MarketTo i4-fl r VET NEWSST I

PETERSBURG The CHAMPVA, covers a wide
Open Thursday ;\A veterans administrationHealth range of out-patient and

+ ,_ Care Program called hospital care, but eligible
a ,. patients must confirm in
CHAMPVA, for 'Civilian
Starke's new Farmers The
farmer can sell health and medical advance that the physician or
Produce Market is program.
Retail set
anything he produces other of
as farm veterans administration source medical care
to open next Thursday May produce and ,
similar items are will participate in CHAMPVA.Most .
be carried
30, at the Starke State Farmers concerned.The through private
medical facilities
f 1{ physicians and for
from hospitals
4-7 p.m., market
United States
day originally have
the most said W. B.
Market part,
according Manager was set for May 9, but dry received forms and in-
J'd d/ 'LIT Mackall, director for the
Bob Allen.The weather ,
and late frost delayed e l 1 Division of Veterans Affairsfor structions for making claimsfor

market will open again vegetable crops, making a I iMY iJ1Cl ii :4"" the state of Florida. reimbursement. Formsare
Saturday June 1, starting at postponement necessary, :f r The VA hospitals have been available from CHAMPUS
according to fiscal
County Agent agents throughout the
10 a.m and closing at 4 p.m. f permitting private physiciansand
Bobby Taylor. He also noted / country. Names of fiscal
Farmers planning to sell that higher food prices have t %o }? 1 I t u' hospitals to admit eligible agents have full informationon
produce at the market should motivated dependents to VA hospitals
many people to programand
have their produce at the only when they have a unique
plant their
own gardens this are through the
and capability not available in the
market early set up. ,
year, VA 170
making hospitals X
should more area, and when these facilitiesare
Farmers have their
vegetables available in the As in the military program::
not needed for
containers. There is no treating a
own county. for retirees the VA program
cost for selling. The consumers will 4 4R.5. veteran. 75 of the :
buy at pays percent :
"Most all spring 4 t" t At r y The new medical program
crops whatever price the farmer has ri reasonable charges for outpatient ; :
should be in by opening in marked and the farmer sellsat i 4 st1S: : enacted last August covers services and;

some degree, although this is his own price. Prices will be spouses and children of hospitalization. Four out*..:
veterans who
a different type of year and a strictly between the grower are totally patient services, the:
lot of stuff will come later than and the consumer. permanently disabled by beneficiary must also pay thej
normal," commented Allen. "We feel It service-connected conditions, first :*!
that the prices will s J and widows widowers and $50 each year or the first
Items that should be be less than the normal retail i $100 when two or mortf
t children of veterans who died
available are tomatoes corn, market and it will be a good S'y from members of one family use'
beans peas, squash, chance for the consumer to s conditions. the program. $g
cucumbers okra, and buy for the freezer," stated VSjtaoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo
possibly eggs. Allen.
,. .. C 1,II a" .. yr I I II
t I
: 4 r,. I I II
CASH & CARRY TIRE JNCS I I I II I II t. It's LandscapingTime

I I II j
412 E Call S, 964 .800 f x .zruf' FF tare I I II '

FRONT END SERVICE I I I II I II I f Roses Trees $1 089 jLJ J


ALIGNMENTS BALL JOINTS New Bradford High Junior Varsity Cheerleaders I I I II I II Rose Bushes $" 29up

BRAKE SERVICEAll Newly chosen Bradford High junior varsity cheerleadersfor squads will sponsor u chrprleading clinic for grades 1-5 from I I I I II Copper Plant $259

the 1-J7I-75: school year are: 9!I-"II u.m. at the Bradford. High gjm. If interested contact
Tire Prices Including Kneeling (ll l-r): Angle Bryant and Neva Flynn Standing: Mrs.: :Mclba Howard, phone!/Hil-fi( 17(1.( at BUS. Transportationwill Spider Plant $279
Sonja Truly, Katny Taylor, Tammy Kelly Diane (Crews be provided i from outlying schools. Fee will be $:S for the
Mounting Balancing/ Marie Ferguson, and Cheryl Barker. week which will go toward raising funds for the bigt'llt't'l'h'ad..rs
The girls were chosen by a panel of teachers after being to attend summer training camp July H-ll at Boxwood $619 Norfolk Pine $359
INTERSTATE judged on appearance voice skill enthusiasm, and tumbling Georgia; ( Southern College at Statesboro. Both squads. Mill [
stunts attend at $1:S13 per cheerleader. $199 Schefflera
The Tornado varsity and junior varsity checrleadfngfl'1'4J | Ligustrum 1 up Q19

POLYESTERA78xl3 78 4 PLY Waldo Man 18 Bradford High Graduates Tapped Vibernum $1SP9: Texas Sage $659

$H 99 Fern
Charnecl With As Outstanding High School StudentsShooting Pittosporum | $29yi9

4 Fa 56800 0 Eighteen honor students Jimmy Gissy, Charlie Green, scholarships consist of unrestricted Palm $999 Rain Tree $

from Bradford High School Steve Hall Mark Hodges, cash'awards to
E78xl4F78xl4 4 For 58000 have been tapped for mem- Ricky Jackson, Hjalmar colleges of the student's

A 27. ear-old Waldo man bership into the nation's McMillan, Paul Meng Lisa choice and renewable annual

4 For 58700 Franklin Lee Dillon, was leading high school honorary, Newman, Steve Noegel, Paul scholarships to leading aID Buy Your New Toro Where
charged with aggravated The Society of Outstanding Parsons, Curtis Scott and colleges and universitiesacross
G78x 14 assault late Saturday night American High School Debra Scott. the nation. The Societyof you Can Get A BIG Trade -
4 For 50200 after he allegedly shot anotherman Students announces Principal These students are now Outstanding American
G78xl5 in the leg with a shotgunat Charles E, Francis. participating in The Society of High School Students Awards L.T4lP In Allowance
Brown's Bar and Grill in The following students have Outstanding American High Program is one of the largestof \
H78x14 Waldo. been awarded the honor: School Student's Annual its kind in the country. Of Condition
4 For 59848 Eddie Blalock Kathy Casey, Awards Program which offers The Awards Program is one rEGARDLESS
H78x15 Dillon was charged after the Marshall Cloversettle, David over $800,000 in renewable means The Society uses to 1k of Your Old Mower
10:15: incident in which James DeVore, Susan Faulkner college scholarships. The promote academic achieve
FET From $1'e/ To 2" T. Hardman of rural ment and and civic responsi I % \ 21" Guardian
Gainesville was wounded in bility on the part of American

I Bank Amencard r Financing the legs by buckshot. youth. These students are also Key-Lectric Self-Propelled
Also Available Reno :Package Store recognized nationally in an Ma
annually published volume \ Bag Included Model -1711
CASH AND CARRY TIRE INC. Hardman was later treated '
The Society 'of Outstanding :
I and released from Alachua
412 E. Call St. Starke I 1 General Hospital Opposed By Residents Students American which High is distributedto School S229 I I

universities and
colleges, I
A delegation of residentsand Davis, pressing for relief in libraries across the nation. I
home owners protested the matter asked, "What Principals and counselors of "Whirlwind I
construction of a package should we do?" high schools submit to The 9 5995 I

liquor store and lounge at the Two alternatives were Society each year a limited Self-Propelled With Bagging I
City Commissioners meeting suggested. The first being to number of their top students. I
held Tuesday, May 21. seek an injunction attackingthe The Society then selects only Push Models Priced From 109" I

The package store, now zoning regulations of the the young men and women I
under construction, is located city, and the second would be who have distinguished them- I
near the corner of the Old for the group to seek the aid selves as the highest of LOIIDA GARDENCENTER I I
Lawtey Road and East and assistance of the State achievers for membership. :. I
Brownlee Street in the Reno Beverage Department who According to the principal EST I
section of Starke. had issued the license. "This is a high honor, indeed ONTROI 539 East Call St. I
The delegation left the and of which these
Rev. Leroy Davis acting as one
spokesman for the 15 member meeting doubtful as to which students may be proud a CIUIW CI. PH. 9645745OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
New Cars delegation, said, "We are in alternative they would be throughout their lives."
need of clarification on the pursuing for relief. SI

zoning regulations of our city -
particularly with reference to 1 a aC sP 'Q"tea, s .n ar ?>
Brownlee Street and the Old
Lawtey Road and the lots on
which this building is being
& TrucksAt constructed.We are here to let I o &
you know that we are very
much opposed to the locationof
this kind of business in our
neighborhood. It's degradingto
the community and will be
an undesirable business."
Davis was referring to the 1
OldPrices construction now under way of JIU i.ciit

a building that will be used fora 4 = ,
package liquor store and
lounge. The building is being s as
built by Emmett Bright of
Lawtey who has been issued a
license by the State Beverage
Department for that purpose. .
"What can be done? Is it
possible that this property can
Time and June re-zoned?"Davis asked the I I
European Contest (May ) commissioners "Do we have ,|

to swallow this thing?" I
City Attorney George '
TO $447. and Pierce speaking for the I""' -56'-
SAVE $140. helpus -
commissioners told the group .fTT "i1Tr
that the property had been ; ''::; I :::::.
.... ':'::' r
zoned commercial '
for -
purposes /

beat St. Augustine, Brooksville, 1955 in and that that area the since owner about, -fEl J. J:6': :

Emmett Bright, was in
with the zoning

Palatka, Dade City and Blackshear, Ga. compliance issued regulations a building and permit had been for Jim Walter maizes new home financing easy!!!

the construction of the
building for that Jim Walter has been custom-building OVER BETTER BUY' MODELS even more affordable. You may pur* cost oflnsldsllnlahingoptlons can be
purpose. end FINANCING' new permanenthomes BUILT ON YOUR PROPERTY Chase Interior materfilt and Install* Included In your mortgage.
When the delegation
Check With Clyde Ermie or Byron TODAYFORD lor sallslisd customers since) lion of ELECTRICAL WIRING A FIX.
complained that a public 1944. Today In spite 01 rising Coda, Jim Wsltar can begin custom-con TURES,PLUMBING,KITCHEN BATH Gmt .om"'.... m obtlg.tloit Intofmmtton
hearing had not been held so you can still buy an easily affordable struction on your property almost FIXTURES CABINETS, FLOORING, trio moro th.n 20 booatitul tnodmlt tact..,
home, a home you'll be proud to own Immediately' .that you can begin..- WALLS DOORS A TRIM. When Jim ......, .buHt on four orooorty Jim Wmttortmr /
citizens .
that the interested .
from Jim Wall. There are more than laying home ownership |lust' as soon Waller Inatalla all Interior options, you you,rwn h nirCarfo.foetm Inetudlnopttco /
could be heard they were told twenty from which to choose ,two, at possible., The outside, will be completely lust paint or paper ..walla paint trim *on.*.M :otymontm Cftl.vifit Jon.
or ra..aupon ttto norot
that a public hearing did not three and four-bedroom homes, some finished from the foundation conn.cl'o outside, utilities and move ",.//.Homo.4tpt' .y mfrU for pour...",.'
in this wllh two bslhs. Yours can be custom- ui>, including two coats of lonq-lasting, In. Or you may purchase the ".. tfto tult-eolor,24-pogo.*../of of homot.
apply case. built on your property with easytopaint.' The Inside, will" finished almost home, complete only on
Public hearings are held care-for materials' such ss "wood- any dsgree...you tell us whereto the oul.d., ,and In'all.1I '., .
only in those cases where the msde-belter" hardboard siding slop. Actually, 'tie more Inside' finishing Interior, materials' yourself .
1..1. .106
aluminum needpainting work the
windows that never you do. more money to save many extradollars. &illll J
requests a changein ""a"er
petitioner and heavy-duty,bonded roofZZZEZ23227. you'll save,. making your new home Cither way the
classifications for land use ng.

that is different from the MORTGAGE. FINANCING I JIM WAITI HOMCS I IJ
H w.rad .wn. ..,
rn tp
original Is not zoning true requirements.Such in this case. A Lace -Second-Houce. Cottage I\ I would: ",,7-.0.: :: :: Jrbgr.y ae aMyi IInf.rmaNon I
u! and the coit of
I building, an my ",.....Iy. I
.r1 u"d.ntond.',ere would bo na I
TERWILLEGAR .r.r.r "dllil obligation la buy and that r
I I you would give.rhoto 10... I

JACKSONVILLE FLA. 32216 OCALA FLA. 32670 I .NAMIAOORISI froo ol_cargo_ __ I

MOTORS ( P. O. Box 16965 .3001 South Pine St. I
*. illlfii I I I! ff** : 6227 Phillips Highway P. O. Box 954 I CITY,__ __ _.....STAti_ II" .-- I
Daylight savings: tone? In I U. S. HI South PH: 622-8118 T.I."h.I.hbenl.( ) _.._
some areas of the alps, it I If rural rawta pioava ojlva diracllans.L I I
believed that the sounding PH: 733-3250 I II
was I _
206 W. Madison Starke Fla. 964.7200
of a horn would prolong .
I ",_rty ''. County.lay I
daylight! :____=______

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2,000 Troops TrainingNow -- ,.i .. ., 1.A ,

At .
Camp ,.
Blandine .
"vk- .r s
... D
More than 2,000 Florida Hospital from Tuscaloosa, : OUR !
National Guardsmen and Ala., and the 317th Military 'V
Army Reservists arrived at Police battalion from East
Camp Blanding over the Point, Ga. Included in the 'j SONG
weekend to begin two weeks of Florida contingent are ad- ,
intensive training maneuvers. ministrative units, aviation /
Twenty-two units including companies, transportationand I
20 from various parts of engineer units and air AND :
Florida, and two from out-of- defense artillery
state, are training under the Also included are about 25 a
command ot ling Gen members of the 653rd t k is f PATTING OURFOOT.
George C Dale commandingofficer Engineer Detachment of ; ; ,? <<
of Alternate Command Camp Blanding who are ,
Headquarters in Jacksonville. providing engineer supportfor ''t i
which provides operations and the maneuvers.
training supervision for the Extensive night trainingwas .
diverse units now at Blanding conducted Tuesday and
From out of state are the Wednesday nights by the lllth ..as.aM. ,
Army Reserve 75th Field Aviation CompanyyLI I i
k7r WHY? i







Nile"Scotty"Scott Is pictured in front of the new house built to shelter his family.The Scott You'll be needing Handy-Way for those ;
Pabst family lost their house on SK-I8 and possessions in a fire on May I. With the help of friends the I
new dwelling was erected on the foundation of the former garage in only ten days.

Milwaukee 120Z $ 510 quick snacks, picnic supplies, charcoal :,

Busch CANS CASE PER Burned Out, Family & starter and most of all : those tall cool :I

Schlitz helped To Rebuild drinks and plenty of ice :
- -- ---- -
120Z$575 contractor came in and did the any substantial im-
Miller On May 1 the home of Nile provements on their homes.
I block work at no charge. :
CASE Scott, two miles east of "*'.w, HANDY-WAY NEEDS YOU TOO!
Hampton on SR-18, burned to -
Budweizer the ground.Ten .
days after being left I THAT KEEPS US SINGING.
with only the clothes on their "
Michelob $650 backs, the Scott family moved .
BOTTLES into a new dwelling built on ,, 'I">
the foundation of what was ; ----01\. '
Heineken $1250 their garage. :
"I just don't know how to \ '
thank all the people that have HandtiIUaiiFOOD ; ;i'J
helped us since the fire, Nile

THIS WEEK ONLY Scott Scott's says neighbor For instance, Owen, r- : e

Simmons,spent the next weekor k'J 1 A A' Jrf
Garden Liquors more after the fire working / I OPEN 7:00: A.M.
every day to help construct a STORES TO 11:00 P.M.
place for the family to live.
SD1 N. Temple 9S4-8O8O Simmons is a plumbing and EVERY DAY"A
electrical contractor. :
Help has come from all the -
churches: Mormon, Catholic, ------ -- -. .- -- -
and Protestant. A mortar Va f {J '
i .0. ;
? 7j'JrIrf
I----.I.-----.I -...,....,...'...','."-"-...,..##,.,..###.,.## ##. ##II.I ( ., ;

The Scott self-service produce stand,in operation for three plumber is one who'll look at Niagra Falls and say. 'Give mt limp and I could
years, has a record of losing only two bunches of turnips fix it.'"(Meyer Davis)
OVER STOCKEDWe of proving Hampton.the honesty of the customers who pass on SK-18 east

Hampton teenagers helped
clean up debris and recon- An Equal Opportunity" EmployerIt's

Must Cut Inventory struct.Another contractor broughthis
bulldozer over to clear the
remains of the burned house,
which was about 30 years old,

OnHomes Scott the The Bradford-Union says.carpentry class Vo-Tech from enough to give you

Center in Starke helped with
Mobile the building of the new house
which Scott and his family
moved into Saturday night.
"None of these people have indigestion.
In Stock asked for any money" Scott
continued. "I just don't know
how to thank them."
Supplies for the new
structure were purchased It seems like every week your money regulatory commission. The commission
from Jackson Building Supply
"at a real good price," according -' buys less than it did the week before. grants us a rate increase only after we've

to Mrs. Scott. "Theydon't Food, gasoline, manufactured goods shown them that we have been suffering I
even know if we will be
able to pay for the materials, everything seems to be going right out of financially. It takes time to review our

she but no said.questions were asked," sight. At your telephone company we case, and as you can imagine we can be

The Scotts received help in understand this. because our money hurting pretty bad by then, especially in I

late fighting to do the any blaze good.much The too is acting the same way. In fact, inflation today's inflationary times. But that's the

Il Hampton fire truck was out of hits us as hard or harder than anyone way it is, and we just want you to know I
at the time of the
fire. Bradford County and else. You see, to adjust our prices to that we sometimes get a touch of

Waldo volunteer firemen were inflationary increases we have to first indigestion too. .
delayed by a freight train. j
Forty-five arrive asked request a price increase from the state I,
before anyone with
hoses to extinguish the
t ..++. n, sui flames, Mrs. Scott said. G T
Scott has lived near
Hampton for three years since

Our Selection Of 20 retiring years from service.the Navy He raises after Florida State

chickens and produces
vegetables.As Telephone Company

1/ Doublewides & 12's WideDon't vegetables a hobby at a, Scott self-service sells A Member of Continental Telephone System I

stand in front of his house on II
SR-18.WhenScott or one of his I II
four teenage boys are
available, customers receive
Miss This drive-up service.
"Most of the time people I
take what they want and leave
the money in a jar at the
stand," Scott says. A ram-
Giant Sale faded list gives prices for the I
displayed produce.In ',
the three years since -
beginning of the self-service
F Dawn Payment Ask Abaul Cur stand Scott reports only two
bunches of turnips have been w
Rs Small RD Exclusive' Rental taken without paying. The
S35O On stand pays for seed in the
Purchase Plan production of vegetables, l nnnunonx i y '
L Some' Homos Scott's favorite hobby. f>f; I
Scott says now he feels u1f tiR
guilty in taking money for the
produce after all the help his
John Brown'sPrice neighbors have been to him.
"This incident and all the
help of my neighbors should
restore anyone's faith in
Mobile Home Center people," he says.
The $5.000 insurance on the

Hwy 21 Keystone Hgts. 473-3775 mortgage burned house company went ,to Scott the

said. He advises everyone to
update their Insurance to
meet higher prices if they do

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May 23, 1971 TELEGRAPH Page II

Church of God Sunday

School 10 a.m., Worship LA WTEY CommunityNews
Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m
yPE and Prayer Meeting

SJ "day, at 7:30: p.m. By Ellzabetn Terry i-r7 cccr

faith Baptist Church .ELIZABETH GIVENS WALKER &

Friends of Mrs. L, H.
Radio Program over WPXE: and Mrs. Glen (Sweet Pea) :
Starke 8 a.m. Sunday. Bible Crews and Harper regret to learn that OES NOTICE
family last
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser. Mr. and Mrs. week. she is a surgical patient in The regular meeting of Dell

vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. and family of Bobby Dyal North Florida Regional Chapter 168 will be held
School on Bible Doctrine, were Mother's Jacksonville Hospital Gainesville. Our tonight (Thursday), May 23,
Tuesday 8 p.m. at pastor's their Day guests of love and prayers are with her. at 8 p.m. in the Masonic Hall
parents Mr. and
home. Prayer Meeting Leo Dyal, Mrs. Miss Arthurine Blanchard, on Brownlee St. All membersare
Leonette and their Tammie Tod, and Tracy asked to be presentand
Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Bible grandmother please
Lomie Denton attended the flower on time
Study. Mosley.Mr.
and Mrs. Jimmv show at State Farm on family center!

Grace United Methodist Hogan,their son and wife Mr. Thursday. FAMILY REUNIONMrs.
Maurice Parrish Jr. of family
Julia Whirley's
Church Sunday School 9:45: and Mrs. Jack Hogan and
Worship Services 11 a.m. daughter of Miami was a Wednesday had a dual celebration at her
a.m. Jacksonville #Wff *

and 7 7 p.m.p.m.followed Wednesday by Choir MYFat Sunday nephew dinner and niece guests, Mr.of were their and and overnight Mrs. sister-in-law.Jimmy guest Parrish.of his Rev.brother and home May 12 in, when Lawtey for the on family reunion.Sunday got',; ][ v iwiv(OPEJED)( (} [ w *](!JaJrul3 0(1JIIYIYUGJiB( (L Qa4a .

Practice at 7:30: p.m. Mrs. Glen Shuford and familv. together a

Highland Baptist Church were Mr.Sunday and Mrs.afternoon Hermie guestsof Kelly Atlanta Miss Debbie Ga. Simmons spent the of Present Nathaniel were Whitley Tommie, of Miami and; U.S. 301 South Open Daily 2 to 7 Starke FI a.

Sunday School 9:45: a.m. their cousin, Mrs. L. H. weekend aunt, Mr.with and her Mrs.uncle Jack and Mrs. Oralee Jackson of Sunday to ,
Brooksville Mrs. Mae Belle
Service ;
Worship 11 a.m. Choir Futch of Gainesville.
Kuhne and family. She at-
Practice 6:30 p.m. Evening Mrs. Nellie Parrish of Hancock Daytona Beach;
tended the Graduation {
Service 7:30: p.m. Prayer Maxville was a dinner guest of Mrs. Elouise Bright,
Wednesday 7:30 her in-laws Banquet at First Baptist Gainesville; Mrs. Earnestine AIR MATTRESS
Meeting p.m. Mr.and Mrs. O. J. Church Friday night.
Anders Thompkins Starke; and Mrs.
on Tuesday.
Mrs. Jean Godwin and Idella White of Lawtey. Manyof t
Northside Baptist Church Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellanand daughter Elaine of ttsoKOtfl
Sunday School 10 a.m. Wor Mrs. Margie Reddish Gainesville were guests of the grandchildren also 72" x 27" Pillow model.
attended, along with,50 other
Services 11 and visited
a.m. 7:30 their n
ship mother, Mrs. W.
their in-laws Mr. and Mrs. friends. Assorted designs and colo
Prayer Meeting Wed- H. Hall of Jacksonville
p.m. at 7:30: Saturday. on Harold Eunice on Saturday. The table was covered witha i combinations to choose
p.m. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. David white linen cloth, centered from. Great for camping
Mrs. C. E. Barberof
Wainwright and family of with red and white roses. ;
LAWTEY or swimming fun.
Macclenny were guests of Gainesville were Mother'sDay Mrs. Mae Belle Hancock
SCHOOL NEWS their cousin, Mrs. Bryant guests of their parents ""III'
read cards and the '
225 students participated in Reddish on Saturday. Other Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Starling. gifts to her mother. [ .
the Lawtey ElementarySchool guests of Mrs. Reddish were Mr. and Mrs. Leonard

field day on Friday and her grandchildren, Mr. and Norman, Mrs. Zettie Padgett.
Monday. First second, third Mrs. K. Stephenson also of Mrs. Vaughn Prescott and ANOTHER REUNION
Attending a family reunion
and fourth place ribbons were Macclenny.Mrs. .
children Mr. and Mrs. and Mother's Day celebration Buy Now And Save
to winners in all races. Hazel Alvarez and Ea
given Frederick Prescott, Mr. and
at the home of Mrs Minnie '
On Saturday, May 18, the Mrs. Mary Norman : '
spent Mrs. Carl Norman and sons, Pringle were the children, Mr. :
two boys Softball teams Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Les ,
Mrs. Darlene Norman and and Mrs. of PAPER PLATES
Johnny Tyson
placed in the county-wide McClellan. During the afternoon sons, Mrs. Elsie Norman, West Palm Beach Jesse BA NK'A31M'fHiE"RI D.
elementary school tour Mrs. Gus Cross, Mrs. Richard Austin and Rhonda ,
of New Mrs. ,.
nament. The overall finish Alvarez Mrs. Norman and Tyson Jersey; "'" III 100 Count package.
Griffis gathered at the Annie Yerty and children, Mr. I 2/$1
third place with the !Mrs. McClellan attended the
was Holiday Inn for a Mother'sDay and Mrs. Paris and children Perfect for the picnic
Lawtey "A" team losing to the Flower Show at the State luncheon. and grandchildren; Mrs. Ladies'season.. White. Limit 2
which won the tour Farm.
team Mrs. Vernard Hughes and Parish all of 1
nament after being victoriousin Mrs. Hester Hicks her Sephronia
children of Green Cove
Dania Mr. and Mrs. Lovett
their opening game.On daughter, Mrs. Bill Wolfe, and Springs were Friday over- ; Beach Mr. SANDALS'
Friday, May 24, the fifth son Danny of Cape Coral night guests of her brotherinlaw Jackson and Mrs.Daytona Robert Pringle; and Designer

grade classes will visit the visited friends at Long and sister Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Malachi
Bradford Middle School. Branch, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kuhne and family. Chief PAPER Assorted colorcombinations
Pa. T.
Counselors and teachers will Doss Higginbotham and Pringle ; 66
Vernard Hughes, of Africa J. Pringle Waedon, Pa., and $ Ar
the students of Maxville & sizes }
family styling
accompany as Sunday flew home and arrived on Mrs. Mennie Wheeler and .
for next afternoon.Mr. S M L.Machinewashable. I
they prepare year. Saturday. He will be home for children and grandchildren of .
and Mrs. Hermie Kelly some time. TOWELS Each )

PERSONALS; attended a birthday party for Miss Arthurine Blanchard Chiefland.absent.Mrs.Seventy-five Rosa Tyson TOWIE _
!Mrs Elsie Norman and their sister-in-law Mrs. visited Miss Esther Mason of enjoyed the 125 Count. 2 Ply Clog Style
grandsons, Kenneth and Thelma Kelly of Gainesville.The Jacksonville on Friday. celebration.persons WITH' COUPON
Kevin, were Sunday overnight party was given by her Mrs. Bettie Tresca of IQEEIIEI//

guests of her mother Mrs daughters, Mrs. Hazel Keystone Heights and Mrs. CHURCH NEWS TERRY SCUFFS --ir
Lissie Starling, in Jacksonville Hairelson and Mrs. Janet Robert E. Lee attended the Greater Allen Chapel AMA h : <

Collins. Flower Show at State Farm on Church, Rev. B. C. Williams, 2 79't' Ii\ i
F. M. Herndon and Mr. and Miss Elizabeth Terry and .
Friday evening.Mr.
Sunday School, 10 a.m. "
Mrs.: lIulon Herndon and Miss Arthurine Blanchard pastor. Embroideredvamp $ 0 0 ;
and Mrs. Randy Hayes .
Morning Worship at 11. At 3 Assorted 1 #
family went to Stephen Foster visited her sister, Miss Enza and Terry of Hampton Miss p.m. the Fellowship Hour will FOR colors & sizes } ,,411in&' ," ,r -
Memorial Park in Blanchard, of .ill'
Okefenokee Macclenny on Susan Sanderson of Raiford "
be held at Mt. Nebo Baptist "
Swamp at Fargo, Ga., for Saturday.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Teston Church Rev. Nelson pastor. Each 'n' nil HII,,, '-"

Mother's Day Family Bryant Reddish wenton and daughter were Mother's All members are asked to
Reunion. a tour with her brother and Day guests of their parents please cooperate with the DOUBLE HIBACHIConstructed
Miss Elizabeth Terry was a sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Teston and Contest which will /
guest of her sister, Mrs. C. E. Ray Dorman to Mobile, Ala., family. Baby $
terminate at 3
Strickland, of Gainesville New Orleans and Baton !Mr. and Mrs. James New Bethel Baptist p.m. Church, + of sturdy cast iron with adjustable 899
Thursday to Saturday. Rouge, La. They stopped over Padgett of Jacksonville were Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. II j grill heights for cooking. 10" x 20"
in Tallahassee Thursday night dinner of their
!Mrs Truman Norman spent Sunday guests Bible Class and Prayer size.
the week with her son and and attended the Athletic brother-in-law and sister, Mr. each

daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs Banquet at North Florida and Mrs. Harry Wilkerson.Mr. Meeting. at Wednesdaynight. 9
Saturday a.m. is
Christian School and returned and Mrs. Charles HIBACHIConstructed
Reggie Norman of Gulf 'BROOMSINGLE
scheduled for cleaning day at
Hammock home on Friday afternoon.Mr. and of
on WaccassassaBay Watson son Macclennywere
the church. All members are
and Mrs. Bob Jones dinner of 97
Sunday guests
asked to please be present. of sturdy cast iron. Side
Mr and Mrs. Virgil Griffis were dinner guests Friday Mr. and Mrs. Donald $4
and family and Mrs.Iaines: evening of Mr. and Mrs. Les Wilkison.Mrs. Sunday School at 9:30: ; and grill handles.Adjustable grill height.
Worship at 11, with "
Griffis and children of McClellan. .Truby Wainwright wasa the Morning Youth Department in RAKE / 10 x 10". Each

Palatka were Mother's Day Major James Phillips of Mother's Day guest of her Service 7
guests of their mother Mrs. Lake Butler Prison visited his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. charge. Evening "

!Nellie< Wilkinson, Mrs. Daisy mother, Mrs. O. J. Phillips, on and Mrs. Louis Wainwright of p.m.Greater Bethlehem 20 enameled steel '", ICE CHEST
Boch and Lynn. Sunday and attended servicesat Kingsley Lake. Other guests
Freewill Baptist Church Rev. <
!Mr. and Mrs. James Anders First Baptist Church with were Mike and Susan of Jasper Williams pastor. prongs.handle.39" Far'I 28 Qt. Capacity Constructed of 93 ;

and family of Palatka wereIother's her.Mrs. Tallahassee.Mr.a Weekly services began en molded Vacucel foam with self
!\ Day guests of their Danny Thompson and nd Mrs. O. J. Boyette, Monday night with Ushers spring and sum ''' ; molded handles.SUPER.
parents Mr. and !Mrs. O. J. sons of Jacksonville were Jr. visited their parents, Mr. Board No. 2 and Choir No. 3 mer clean-up. ,. -- Ea.
Anders. dinner guests of her parents and Mrs. O. J. Boyette, Sr. of rehearsing. Each Tuesday ,
Glenann Crews spent a few Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore on Lake City and their brother night Senior Choir rehearsal. a i THERM

days with her parents !Mr Saturday.WATER'S and sister-in-law Mr. and Wednesday night, Prayer

I Mrs.daughter Fay afternoon.Mr. in Durban Gainesville. and new on meet Meeting.tonight Ladies(Thursday Circle )will at $127 JUG Vacucel foam insulation 93!

Sunday the home of Mrs.J. D. Prince. jacket with plastic interlines
and Mrs. Russell Wood
1 gallon
Prayer Band meets Friday capacity.
GROCERYLawtey of
and Wayne were guests night at the home of Mrs.
brother and sister-in-
their .
Rebecca Allen. Sunday is
law Mr. and Mrs. Woody Trustee Day starting with FOLDING LAWN
and David of
Fla. Marlow son
Sunday School at 9:30.: Morning -
Jacksonville Friday evening.Mr. .
Service at 11, followed by
Wood and son and Mr.
dinner at 12:30.: League at 4 L Garden
and attended the
Marlow son
..............49' 'e Jacksonville Sun baseball p.m. Evening Service, 6 p.m. CHAIRS
BACON Half or Whole Slab Ebenezer Baptist Church
in Jacksonville. '
L. H. Harper and Mr. and Rev. Leroy Davis pastor.
and Bible GLOVES.1111':
Prayer Meeting
Mrs.Carl Prevatt visited their r i Sturdy aluminum chairs. Long wear
Class Thursday night at 7:30.: *
Smoked daughter Mrs. L. H. Harper, \ ing vinyl webbing
.......... who is in Sunday School at 10 a.m. will 1T.y a A
Shank Butt a surgical patient
HAM e .a 9 : conclude services for the day. 11 \
59 North Florida Regional ; .r All Cotton flannel II I Lawn Chairs. .
Hospital, Gainesville, on NAACP ACTIVITY w 141 in assorted prints. I ."
Sunday afternoon.Mr. Part 1 of the activity. ci Ideal for all kinds I I 0-
BACON Ff3..7 9 and Mrs. Robert E. Lee \
of outdoor jobs t/f'J\.l11 1"
visited sister-in-law their Mr.brother and Mrs.and was"Struggle held Monday for Black night Identity May, ? "i :/ 33,3

Center CutCHOPS 20, at New Bethel Baptist
David Peterson and family of Now Only Y

................................. $119Rib Jacksonville on Sunday af Church.May 30 at Part RJE 2 will School.be held All .. '

ternoon. interested citizens invitedto :
Mrs. Mae Wells returned are Chaise Lounge. .
End CutCHOPS home Sunday after spending attend. ti 11

.....................................79 daughter-in-law sometime with her Mr. and son Mrs.and GRADUATES WITH 4jJll ( '

Ernest Wells and family of IIIGIlIlONORS w"s r. .

BOLOGNA................................ 89e Huntsville Burney Ala.Dobbs of Holmes Mrs. E. Holmes attended and Mrs.com L. Pair Limit 1

Jacksonville called on his mencement exercises of

e parents. Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Florida Memorial College at

NECK BONES.....MM...............99 Dobbs, on Saturday. His aunt Miami Beach last Sunday Golden "T"
Mrs. J. L. Heath, who was a afternoon where Ronald '7

guest of the Dobbs, returned Strong was valedictorian of ..

PIG FEET.wa.............. 99 home with him. the 1974 graduating class.
Mrs. Elsie Norman attended Both women were guests at a GARDEN ,

Home Coming at Oak reception given by R. ,.

PIG TAILS..3.*;:..............99 Grove Baptist Church on Puryear president of the .
Sunday. college in honor of membersof HOSE '
Baking Mr.a nd Mrs. Russell Wood the Senior Class and their ,; W. Will Be \' }\\!/
; \\/kt\
4 to 8 e Cathy and Wayne were guestsof families. t ma N Nss \ 1

::: .......... ...59 their son-in-law and Mrs. Ellen Holmes the +1 Happy To
HENS.................. .. Mr. and Mrs. 100%Vinyl hose. 50
daughter proud mother of Ronald 5/8" inside ,. Refund Your Monty
of Jacksonvilleon diameter IMPULSE
Charles Porter
overwhelming joy If You Ate Not
Sunday afternoon. They when her son received the x 50 ,
Flevore SoIiI".dWth
R. C. COLA Ot. Size 5/$1 met Mr. Porter's aunt who is highest honor of "Summa feet of sturdy r + : Your Purchott SPRINKLER
over from England. Cum Laude" which was green color garf '
Plus Deposit Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kuhne climaxed with the saluting of den hose. Solid TOT >,
entertained at a birthday Ronald by members of the brass -;;
Waters from
By OrderFREEZER : narrow wedge
their John
party honoring son faculty taking off their hats to

BEEF .....................85 e who was S years old on him. Ronald received i to base a full versatility.75' circle.Brass Sled&
Sunday. Those present were numerous awards and along #4570
Any S/re Cut 4 Wrapped Mrs. Carolyn Holmes and with his fellow classmates hi-impact material.
children of Starke Johnny received a Bible enscribed ..
These Prices Good Only Holmes of Cross City Chief with his name. O99G "
and Mrs. Vernard Hughes and

Friday Saturday MondayWATER'S family of Green Cove Springs, 7 $
Chris Dobbs of Lawtey and woYo II ; 431

GROCERY Debbie Simmons of Atlanta, a t Each 2.r

Mrs.O.J. Phillips Mrs. Bill
Gaskins, DeAnna and girlfriend The first street mailbox meinor l
Fla. attended Home Comingat was Introduced in 1858In mOST
782.3737 Lawtey, Hope Baptist Church, America.

Theressa Sunday. .


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DOOR PIIZES Invites You To Our Annual. Dinner WillServed From Be

FUN FOR ALL CHICKEN DINNER 5:00: To 7:30: P.i. .

We Also Have

Donation $1.50 With All! The Trimmings Take Out Boxes

.. .. Saturday May 25 starke. Elementary Cafeteria

The Mmmhmpm Of The Staike Shrine Club Thank Thosv Listed BKOW! FarTh.ir

Cooperation, And U -ge Everyarm To Give Thwm B s Much Of Your Buairawma AePaeeible. :


STARKEFred Starke Seafood The Sopwith Flying School Gerald! .E.: .Brown: .InsuranceA . National. ? Protein. . . . . Ruckers. . . . . . . . I

Barker E.. Washington! .St... . . . . Keystone. Airport. . . . A .Rental! .Service: . . . 391! .Tavern!1. . . . . . ;, Union. . County .Crossroads. . . . . I

'Sears .Merchant. !. . ; . . . Michigan: Ranch; . . . . Wilson's National' Life Insurance City .Fish. .& .Meat<<: Market. . Green's! .Welding l . . . . Myrna's: Gift Shop
Winkler. . Electric. . ,. .Inc.. . . . M. E. Cribbs" . . . . . Company! :,. John! W.. y.A: : I,1 l General Store J & J Produce
Draw'TiteHoover> Starke .Motor. Parts. .CompanyWilliam ( . Georgia-Florida.i .Poultry! .Supply I?( .' Hampton. I. ? . . . . t

Julia's. . .Florist. . . . . . . :<<: Ball .Bearing .Company! . Silcox Goodman's Service Station GRAHAMS Douglass l .TV. .&. AppliancesC. . I I

Starke<<: .Cycle! .CenterA. <<:, . . . Johnson's! : Grocery: : .&. Farm .Supply; Standard. . .Products. . .Distributor. . . . Goodyear :Tires: . . .'. . i I Land ClearingWALDO .. .F. ; .Miles. . Market. . (I

...J. .Thomas.,.Realtor. : . . Harry. Gruen . . . . . : . . Lake Butler Seafood'
Owens<<: .Joist. of .Florida. . . Cooper's.Nursery! :?&. .LandscapingDairy . . . . . . . I

New. .Method. . .Cleaners. . . . . Bargain! .CenterLongchamp! . . . . Queen of Starke Ralph! BryanBill . . . . . Dukes 'Grocery . . . 4,

Durrance. Pump .&.Supply!: . . Homes .Inc.. c: . . Dale. .Brown. . . . . . . I I .Powell; .7'. .Real .EstateJ. . . Shadrick'sAtkmson's Norris. .i .Auto. . Sales.i . . . .
. . . . . . . .
'Stanley: .Npegel's.! Auto SalesA : . Five<< .Winds i Lodge. . . . : Jeneya!" M.. Flynn; . . . . .. .E.. .Denmark. . . . . . . Orange: .Shop. . . Club! !109 . . . . ] \

.&. .K. .Feed. .Store. . . . . Bonnie's! . Hair. Styles; . . . Gib. S.. .Brown. . . . . . . Judge. Elzie l .Sanders . . . Jenkins Texaco John. Whitehead. . . . . . . I
. . . . . . . I
Tastee. . .Freeze. . . . . . . Crown-Central Lumber Dolph. Reddish<<: ; .,.Sheriff. . . Edwards.1 Dairy .Farm . . . Brown's Launderette Western. . .Auto. .AssociaterStore. I
& Market
. . . . . . . (
Farmer's: .Mutual l. Exchange. . 391! .South. . . . . . Olin's. .Mobile. . .Home. . .Sales. . . . Bill Graudon & Sons Waldo Market Lake Butler Farm Center
& Air Conditioning i . . . . . . . ' ' ' '
Noegel's. ; l: 53.0.1. LiquorsJoes !i. . . . Charlie! !i CribbsF . . . . . Tom. .&. .Jewelle. . .Crawford. . . . . Heating. . . Club: 101 : : : : : : : . . . . .

: Saw.Shop. . . . . & .L.Fruit! .& .
Miss. .Hazel. . .Nece. . . . . . Lewis i Lumber! CompanyDon . . Contractor. . . . .Wainwright: Insurance! Agency ? Antique. ShopHamm's
Branding. Iron I .RestaurantVolley ; . . .Brown: .Inc.C: . . . . Lpudon's.Beauty;y.l Shop? . . Florida i . .Pest. Control. . . . . . . Produce. . . . . ... The. Stretch. .Sewing! Shop. . . .
l Merrill Edwards Shi Smith, Jr., Electrical Contractor Basinger's! Orange.Shop : .Starling's!i. GrocerySam : . . Independent Life & Accident In- Lake Butler
. .
. . .
Griffis Market surance. . . . . . . . City .Clerk.Guaranty. . . . . . . '301 South Beggs. Gulf. .Service! ; .Station. ? . .
. . . . . . . Seeber & Sam Johns Service Station
} Federal. Sayings. &. .Loan Klip and Kurl l: Beauty: Shop: : : : : : : : Fred. Donaldson. . . .
Jackson Building Supply D.a.i: Lawson. .Paint .&. Body. .Shop?I? : I . . . . . . . . . . .

Starke .&. Keystone .Heights: . .. Kentucky. .Fried: Chicken i !l. . . Dowling's. .Produce? ; .Market. . . :Martin. . .Tackle. . ., .Inc.. . . . . Bobby's. : .Hide-AWay: ; ; : . . . Thomas. .Metals. Inc.: . . . .

Merritt Williams Community i State. Bank of Starke George: Pierce. . . . . . Orchard. . Motel. . &. .Restaurant. .
Gene. LongSawyerSlade. . . . . . Bradford . . . E.. .R.. .Roberts. . .Standard. . .Station. . .
State. .Farm. . .Insurance. . . . . Starke. Texaco . .County! Hospital. . Employees! Recreation Center
: : .r 9.a.s. of.Starke: . . . . . . . . . : ? Jerry's; ; . . Howard's Auto Parts
. . . . . . . .
Southern. . Discount. . . . . . 'Town Finance! Company Elmer. . .Thomas. . . . ,Stallings Corner
Johnnie! <<: .Elaine! :Thompson: : J . . : : . . . . . . . . . . HandyWayStores: . . . .

Badcock. . Furniture. . . . . . Carousel! .Candle, ; .Shoppe C?( : . . Doyle. :l .E.: .Conner? .Insurance. !. Agency Handy-Way; .StoresRAIFORD? : ; . . . . Junk. .JunctionBoyd'sLounge.. . . . . . . GAINESVILLEPerry

Charley .E.: .Johns? .AgencyHosier's . . Jimmy Bowen Gene. .Shaw. . . . . . . : . .

!i. Monuments? & .Nursery} ; Chief.i .of. Police. . . . . Mustang .Mobile!' 'Homes" ",' Inc.' ' : Hi-Lo. : . .
: : ; . . .
Biggs.Body. Shop. .&. Laundry: . Eagle DeVane's J. .R. Kelly; . . . . ; Poor. !Boy's .GroceryJ. : . . . ;
Your i Store .Witt. . . . . . . .
Register Oil l. Company Friendly. ? : . . . Edwards Service'Mr. i
: ; : ; . . . .Safety. : D. Griffis i ) GroceryDobb's '
: : . . .
Buffs t: Garage . . . . Lipham! ? .Music. .Company I Inc.
? .
Herman Lee's Standard .
StationGay's .
Torode Oil . . . . . . . . & Mrs. L. K. Whitehead
.Company? . . . . . . . . . . Amoco Service. . Motel Gainesville Allied
Home Keystone? . . . . Moving & Storage -
Colonial. . Florist. . . . . . AppliancesGene George W. Brown i i handyWayStoresHIGHLAND: : : : : '
. . . .
TannerMontgomery Andrews . . . . . . . .
. . . . . . . Drugs.C?f.Keystone. . .
Pinehurst .Grocery: : . . . . . .National. . Bank at StarkeBlalock's
Ward Company . . . . 1[Yvonne, : Knitting.Shop. . . R-C: Bottler. .f. Gainesville! .l I! ,. Inc., .

Young-Kirby. i CompanyNancy's . . . Lewis: Owner .( . .Market. . . . . . Cement Precast Products
George. . . . Hazels. Grocery: . . . . |Frazier's. Small. Appliance! .Repair . . . . . . . . .

.Flowers. . . . . . Wells. .Electric. . . . . . . R.' P. McLendon' Photography Gene Eunice ITV I Service Center Pepsi .Cola .Bottling .Company: I? . .
Andrews ''DeWitt : . . . . . . . . C; : . . . .
Drugs} . . . . Pantry. PrideFood. : Fair. . C. Jones Ambulance Service Herndon. Lumber. Company! . . ';,Keystone .Fabrics. . . . . . Dowling. i Irrigation. .Supply. . -
Keith's. Beauty. Shop I . . . . . . . .
? ? . . . .
Winn. .Dixie. . . . . . . Homestead. . . .Restaurant. . . . . . Gainesville. . . .Marine. . . . . .
Flowers By. .Larry: : . . . Starke<< : ; . . Keystone? .State. Bank. . . . .CompanyCox : . . .
Starke. Paint. . .Center. . . . . Bradford County Hospital Bush Fishing Supplies i .
Starke West. .Edwards. . .Road. . . . . Redfearn'sAppGances C; . . . ? FurnitureCompany! : . .. ... .
<< Skating i. Rink Medical StaffTerwillegar
. . . .
. . . . .
. . . The
Paul 'Thomas Morocca Temple Raymond. BrownSeay's : . . . . I L.. E.. Crpwel! I. . . . . . Office. Lounge? . . '. .

Western. . .Auto. .Associate. . . .Store. . . . .-. .Ford. . . . . Shrine. . .Club.- -. .- -. -.Coordinator.- .- -, -, ." ,. -. -. .- .. ., . . ; : .Market. . . . . S.. E..McKay: ; Realtor l . . . Nite. .Life. . . . . . . .
Suwannee. . Store. . . . . . Dave. .Paulk. . . . . . . Ambassador's Association Coca Cola.l Bottling 1 CompanyGMAC'
Clyde! .1 Seay's? : GarageK i .
. . . TriestConstruction Company
!l. : . '
Paul's Drive-In ; ; '
. . . .Cleaners. . . . . Garden Acres Sub-Division Morocca: :TempleMr. : : <<: . . . . .
C. H. : .& .K. GroceryClub : . . . Dot's.Beauty; Nook . . . . . . . . . . . .
Denmark! Furniture i .NaswprthyKoch's : : ? . . . '
.Company I? ; . : : : : & .Mrs .J.. D.. Odorn. Jr.
: : . . 102. . . . . . . Bear's Tree Service Jeffcpat! Neon. .Signs i . . . .
Albert. . .Cothran . . . . . .I Drug. Store. . . . Starke Motor Court
Edward C. . . . . . . . Williams Town & Country Box .605,. Melrose. . . . . Gainesville Automobile

Fla. National Guard Rifle Team McMurrayReal Temple .MotelJ. . . . . Service Station W. TyreBuilding Dealers Association .
HHC. 53. Inf., Bde.": .Tampa; . . .Estate. . . . . . . ' Roy < Neon 'Signs '
E. Auto Sales Mid-Florida :Haulers,"Inc.: : : : : : Contractor Gainesville.? : : : : : : :
Mrs. L. GreenFaulkner's Hardy! : . . . . I .l c: . . . . : .
Bradford' Barber. Shop. . . . . .J.. . . . . . To-Rena Motel Charter Air Center
S1one.She . . . . . . . Clay Electric Co-Operative
? Repairs . . . . Gulf. .l. /l.! .U-Haul. . . Buddy .Thomson's Garage LAWTEYWater's Gainesville. Airport . . . .
Smitty's. Barber: Shop . . . Holiday l .InnBarbara's. . . . . . New Englander I MotelS. ; . .
. . .
'Blantpn's Grocery. . . .
Starke. . .Pet. .CenterMitchell's . . . . . : Beauty: ..ShopStuckey's I . . A, Thornton Auto Lawtey Skating Rink & BarberShop Truck . .Friend. . . . . . . . .
i Store Pecan ; ? SupplyStarke'soi . . . . . . . Maxyiile. Stop. . . . ,jCare-Free
: Drug. . . . : : : .Shoppe( I . . Mptei' I Campers.
. .
. . . . Service Station
Williams'. i Jewelry l ; . . . . Thornton. & .Son? .Salvage: . . Hamilton Concrete Products Priest! . . . . LAKEBUTLER Associated i .Business; ; .Systems,. .Inc.. :
. . .
. .
Houston's. . .Service. . Station. . . . Griffis! .Fiberglassing i .r . . . Sleepy! I Hollow Motel. . . . Our. .Friend. . Dave. . . . . . Refrigeration i Service. .CompanyBROOKER?! ; . .
: ? . . . H.. M. Herndon' Trucking! & Produce
: !l. .
Davis: TruckingSid . . . . United Farm Agency Deverick, Inc. Auto Supply : ; Si.! Amoco. . . . . . .
Paul. .&. .Irene. .Faulkner. . . . . Trail Motel & Restaurant. . . .
.Shuford's. . . Standard. . . Station. . . A Friend Deverick. :: .Inc.! : .7'. .Hardware . Bradford(i 'Package' Store McLeod's; : Beauty! .Shop( . . R.. .H.. .Green. . ., .Jr.. . . . . .
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Eddie's. i : Fina! . . . \ . Thoni's ServiceEthers Harry Green .Auto; Parts . . 301' N.'Lawtey' . . . . River's; Hardware. & .Furniture. . Parker's. .Barber: .Shop?I? . '. . .
. . . . . . . '
Sportsman's World, Inc. '
Cash. & Carry :Tires. . . . Eunice i Nursery Delpres.r Beauty. Shop . . . Carrpl.l's l: GroceryAssociated : : . . . .
301. .South. . . . !i. Beauty. Shop . . . 31 North
. . . Roger's. .House! ; of .UpholsteryCraft's : . ;. . . . . . . McLeod's: Barber. Shop . . Southern Millwright's
Thomas. .Oil 1. CompanyEd . . . Bradford. . .Motel. . .&. .Park. . . . HandyWay. Stores!
& Used .
carsHammond's . .
.Salvage: . Archer. . Funeral. . Home. . . . .
Conway's Amoco ServiceS L: .J.. Kite i Pulpwood .&. :TimberLeila's : : : . Carter's. . .Radio. . .and. .W'Servjce. ] Inc.BALDWIN
i . . .Discount. . House. . . 1 Andrews. .Drugs . . . . .
!l. . . . . . . Grocery
Dress Thompkins : : . .
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.I .ShopDahmer's . . . George Ricks i
Taxi Service i ; Salvage! . . . Griffis. .Grocery?: : : .of. Lake. <<: .Butler l .
Fuq.uay: : : . . . and Sons O'Neal I.
Gift Cannon ; TruckingD . . . . .
: .Shop. . . . Pizza:: .Hut . . . . . Jim's .Furniture. . . . . . . .
Ed's. Gulf. .Station. . . . .,.. . City Barber LP. .Gas. Service. . ] . . .D. and. .D. .Truck. . Lines. . . . .

Garden. Restaurant. .,.Inc.! : ..1. . .ShopWoodburn . . . . Hurst. . Shell. . .Station. . . . . Blue. .Grass. Gospel. Music. . .ParkKINGSLEY. . . Town. .House. . .Restaurant. . . . . .
'. !1. Jewelry. . . . George Roberts Green's:! LoungeFarmers
Crawford's 66 Station ; . . . . MIDDLEBURGRockHauters'

301. .South. . . . . ...,. . Bradford .County Studio.i:TelegraphBullington's : & Gift . Real Strout. .Estate. .Realty. .-.,. Inc.Mary .Insurance. ... . . . . . .&. .Dealers. . .Bank. . . . . . ., .Inc.. . . . . .
Baldwin Chevrolet-Olds I : . .Shop. .
. : (nc. . Lyman Green's Bar-B-Que
Shady Oaks Trailer Park Stan's, Bootery. . . . . Miilard Brown? . . . . LAKES Lake Butler' & Macclenny MACCLE3NONY

301. North. . . . . . . Irene's<<: : : .Beauty! ; Shop! . . . The Clothes Judd'Corner' [ . . i l :s. Landing i. . . . Joe. v.Shaw. . .Wrecker. . .Service. .i. . . Sheriff. . Gary Fraser. . . . .

The. Magic!; .Needle<<;l! : Yarn?.Shop. Studer's Variety Store Stump's' . . . . . '.: Maxie. '. .Carter. . .Sr.. .v:)v... '. Spires; Store.... ,. r. ., . ,.. J. C: Yarbrough....Jr.. .. . .\" .

Starke .Builders l ) .Supply( 301. .South. . . . . . ... . . . Karl's Grocery. ''C. U Crews.Parrish . Tommy<< Johns
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Bradford Furniture.Corpoation i :. 3-T .Shop: . . . . . . L.: 'G.: 'Edwards " New' Kingsley}! Beach Food Store *' tttii B! .and. .W. .Bar. . .. i .

-.edra. .Hamilton. . . . . .. . Jim Temple. . . Starke'KOA' " ; . "iHAMPTON i Franks'fiarber Coastal i:'Oil'Company i [Shop' ] ] or. .-. .- Dinkins!! Jewelry. Store. . . .

Life Julian. I! of.McRae Georgia. . . . Bogies: :Plumbing l: : : Company'Carver's ; : : : : : : : : : Ci-ews"'LOngh'orii. . . . .ii. .Restaurant. . . ." ." Eddie. .ADen. . ... . . . UniRoyal l. Tires i . . k ... t Bo's Auto. Parts .. ,.. r..n ,1.

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May 23, 1974 TELEGRAPH Page/ 13
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Douglas' Single Gives For First Time Since 54 GameBradford

High gridders will in the third period followed by good improvement, however, practice," stated Offensive manning the defensive
face old rival Lake Butler in Live Oak and West Nassau in and we do have more depth Line Coach Butch Redding."It secondary. Mike Gaskins at
Baldwin 8-7 competition for the first time the fourth. Lake Butler will than we did have." will be a big test this monster man, James
Victory since 1954 in the Spring play Macclenny in the fifth Jimmy Prevatt will be Saturday night in the Jamboree Aldreidge and David Mc-
Football Jamboree in Mac- period of play manning the quarterback spot Millian at safety and Johnny
clenny this Saturday night. "We still have a lot that is Saturday night. "Our running "At the beginning of spring Nichols at corner are all
BrookerA BHS plays in the first undone to be playing a game game is looking pretty good. practice the offensive line was working as a unit in the
Over Leading quarter against old con- but I feel like the other schoolsare However,we still need a lot of way ahead of the defense, but defensive backfield.
ference rival Live Oak, then "We have been working
the same way com- work on the passing com- the defense was a little aheadin
Macclenny will play West mented Head Tornado Coach mented Hurse. Friday night's scrim- hard getting ready for the
two-out pinch-hit single by fielder and Charlie Green Brown. Donnie Bagwell led off Nassau in the second quarter. David Hurse of the Bradford "I do think we can have a mage," commented Redding. Jamboree Saturday night and
Eddie Douglas scored two popped to short stop then for First Baptist with a single, BUS will vie.with Lake Butler squad."We have shown pretty good passing game next year Redding stated that the we are beginning to look more
runs in the bottom of the sixth Mike Patrick was admitted on Matt Hull was admitted on an but it will take a lot of hard problem that the offensive line like a unit defensively. We
inning lifting Baldwin an error on Brooker short stop error, and both scored on a work,especially from Prevattat had to overcome was hittingtoo have some people that have
Chevrolet 8-7 over Brooker in Gene Melvin. sacrifice fly to left field by quarterback." high and not coming off the really been showing Im-
Men's League Softball play That set the stage for Steve Thomas. Donnie Sewell, Sheldon ball well enough. provement" commented
lust Monday night. Douglas, a former Brookerman Thomas scored the third run Hodge, Dale Haas and Jay Marlon Thornton and Danny Defensive Line Coach Mike
This was the first game to bat for Tex Patrick of the inning on singles by Godwin are all working at the Anderson are both doing Sexton.
Brooker has lost but it still and deliver his game winning Bobby Milner and Johnny end spots and, according to better at the center spot. "We are looking forward to
' leads the league with a 7-1 single which scored Bennett Powell, giving First Baptist a Hurse, Godwin has been Tackle Tommy Edwardsand the Jamboree so we can get a
record but Baldwin is closingin and Patrick Joey Bennett 4-1 edge, and a final 5-3 win. w working real hard and is Gary Wallace are makinga good look at some of the
with a 6-1 mark. followed with a double but y EI showing good improvement.This tough pair, according to inexperienced players,"
Third place First Baptist Tommy Wise grounded out to First Baptist scored six of M week the gridders have Redding. "They are both states Sexton.
beat Smith and Brown end the inning. Brooker failed its 12 runs in the fifth inning, been working a lot on the getting off the ball better and "We've played Live Oak for
and hit in the of the seventh. with five hits, a double by I and know what
Electric 5-3 Lawtey 12-7 to to top I tit I -3 kicking game. hitting people. Gary Rowe years we to
improve its record to 5-3 Three runs on three hits in Donnie Bagwell and singles by "The offensive line looked a also looked good in practice.The expect pretty much, but we
during the week's play. the second inning lifted First D. Keup, R. Starling, Skippy / t little better this week at same four men are don't understand Lake Butler
Lawtey is in fourth place witha Baptist 5-3 over Smith and Crawford and Tim Kerchaine. 4 much. iney run wisnoone
3-4 record. Smith and Brown offense that we have been
beat First Methodist 11-1 to working on," says Coach
gain a split for the week to Norman's Mostly Freshmen Hurse.
remain in fifth place. First Leading
Methodist trails the league
with a perfect 0-8 mark. On STARKE
Expected .TV
Trailing 7-6 going into the Womens SoftballNorman's CYCLE CENTER
bottom of the sixth, Douglas .I.. -

Bennett started things off for Farm is still in until the bottom of the fourth I q a 18 eighth graders and 15 eighth graders weighing over !1' EMPII lilt
with Al
Baldwin a single. front of the Women's Softball when Sissy Long led off withan I ninth graders are out for 190 pounds. Bob Smith weighs
flied to the short
I Costen League riding a 9-0 winning error to first,putting her on I junior varsity spring football 192 pounds while Marty
!, streak as Colonial fell to the bag, then she was broughtin practice this season and next Russell slightly outweighshim
j second place after losing toNorman's with a triple bv Pam Macy.A ...10..1__ year's team is expected to be at 195. Other eighth
: made up mainly of freshmen.The graders that Line Coach
: 301DRIVE 6-1 last Tuesday single by Cheryl Crosby A high throw to first base makes this runner nervous in offensive and defensive Emilio Gonzalez said are
night. knocked in the winning run Womens action. lines are big this year with two doing a good job are Dennis
Koch's rolled 16-3 over with a 2-1 victory. Brown, Roger Bennett, and
IN I Blalock's the same night Davis Daily.
Norman's traveled 13-2 ove Your Au'h' izeci
in taking the fourth.In four runs. in the first, 10 Blalock's the same night Elementary Schools Have 5th Ninth graders on the line
scoring runs in each inning. that are standing out at HODAXADEALER
FRI., SAT. the first game last Friday practice are Lawrence
night Colonial edged 2-1 by Grade Tournament Budget Ken Whitehead and
WALT DISNEY Koch's with a good defense.Koch's BassmastersHold Softball Steve Earnest. All were on the Up To I 118 J MileT! ( '., -
team last year.
PRODUCTIONS a led off with a single
by Debbie Mitchell to put a TourneyThis Fifth grade students saw First Hound Action let Darren Coleman and Phil "We have been working on SALES ANDSERVICE
One Little runner on first followed by a plenty of softball action last Lawtey A defeated Brooker Sawyer cross the plate, giving offense all spring and Tuesdaywas
single and fielder's choir to SaturdayDon Saturday when they par 7-2. Starke A blanked Starke a 2-0 advantage. the first day that we
Indian bring Debbie in for a 1-0 lead. Thompson won the. ticipated in the Bradford Southside B 140. Southside B In the second inning both worked on defense," com- On All Makes 8. Mi.de''
April Bradford Bassmasters': Elementary Invitational squeezed by Lawtey B 32. teams were scoreless. The mented Gonzalez. "There is OuR: HE.V ",'
TCCHNICOLOR ItoOo Colonial remained scoreless fishing tournament and most Softball Tournament at Starke Starke B defeated Hampton third inning action saw Starke still a lot of vacant positionson "ABU f. .. i .-wfOk .
of the members enjoyed a fine.. Elementary School. 173. score twice, again on errors. defense.
fish fry on Lake Santa Fe.This Close to 120 young athletes This time John Collingsworthand .
combined forces to form eight Second Hound Action Barry Simmons scored. - -- ------ -,
FLORIDATHEATRE Saturday the club will teams from the area's five Starke A-Lawley 1 Both teams went scoreless in
Starke all the the fourth.In j
hold the May tournament. elementary schools. The got runs they CHRISHERITAGE TIAN
Members can fish anywhere single elimination tournament needed in the first inning with the fifth and last innings
John Phil Southside was trailing 40.
proved to be quite exciting Collingsworth
want as long as they are
they with hitting and fine fielding Sawyer, Dewayne McBrideand Kevin Reddish led off with a
+ with a club member only. j ACADEMY
being the main ingredients. Junior Schoening scor- single and advanced to third
rUR The tournament will start at Starke Elementary's team ning for the A team. Lawteywas when Ken Cooper errored his
FRI.. SAT. SUN.. daylight and weigh-in will defeated Southside's A team 4- able to score only once, way to first base. Bill Googe I
: H- start at the Suwannee Food 3 for the championship.Here that coming in the third score then hit the first pitch back to Kindergarten 1:st. & 2nd Grade
Store on Call Street at 9 p.m. is a brief: summary of when Charles Brown the pitcher who wheeled and I
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Southslde1.Starke B-1
"SHENANDOAH" Southside blasted 16 hits in
MacGRAWTHE four innings to take a 11-1 All runners scored allowing OPEhAUGUS JINGIT
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victory Starke B team
over in
SUN.. MON GETAWAYA Sf. GJwa.JCarnival second round action. Greg with no outs. Calvin Hamm
A Chandler Michael Aspirall, then pitched his way out of a ; 26th
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With A PlanPrivate "' th0M01 4

4 sl rr The longleaf pine (Pinus
palustris Mill.) is a tree

property, like the dodo bird, is And this is only the beginning. Most of y f steeped in American history.

a part of the past. these requirements that we are now When the first settlers

compelled to follow in getting anythingdone P. r t t. landed on the North American
In the by-gone days of yesteryear just is 1A continent, the longleaf pine
are fairly new locally. Zoning 1
about any man who was so inclined could V occupied vast acreages in the
about five years old. Land use studiesfor southern United States.
buy him a forty-acre plot and it i has
say future in the ofbeingcompleted.
growth are process ri a been estimated that pure
was truly "his'n. He could be the proud stands of virgin longleaf

owner to do whatever he desired with ,, covered 40 to 50 million acres
his land, to build whatever he of land from
required: Virginia all the
The rapid growth that the State of tt
a shack, a mansion, a pig-sty or a cow- r way to east Texas totaling
Florida is experiencing has made these :: 1
pen or anything else that suited his t about 200 billion board feet of
controls The southern of timber
necessary. part
fancy or filled his need. ,
the state has been fast ,
a growing area : --- -
Florida had longleaf
Bureaucracy, to him, was somethingthat for a long long time, and it is now almost : growing across the panhandleand pine
happened in Washington. He could certain that the northern portion of ..- N T:: : on the peninsula as far

sit back and enjoy his little kingdom Florida, including Bradford County, will south as Lake Okeechobee in

without fear of being bothered by the share in that growth to an accelerated pure stands as well as with the
other pines native to Florida.
concern of others. degree. '.

.. :; : During those times wild-
The day that a man could do whateverhe Population figures for 1950 were set fires raged across the land

pleased with his "own" property is at 2.8 million. The latest estimate for annually eliminating those

now something that he can only dream 1973 is tabbed at 7.8 million and for 1980 species of trees that could not
1 stand such fires. The longleaf
about. will 10 million
approach residents. however was able to survivein

Today we have land use studies and such areas quite well.
Land use requirements will be Although this tree is not

experts recommendations, environmentalists, pollution and control of stretched beyond anything that you can Busy Scene at 'The Depot'There tolerant outgrown to on shade good and growing will be

imagine The low
course, the ecologists, to mention a few. today. density sites it can resist fire during
Locally, we are concerned with zoning population area of our state is a sleeping most stages of its life. The

regulations administered by city or giant about to awaken, as property is was a time more loaded for shipping in the box "hack" (or surrey with the seedling develops into the
authorities bought and sold for development than half a century ago when cars on siding at left are fringe on top) which used to "grass" stage during its first
codes of
county every kind, to provide the the Seaboard railroad station loaded with hampers and meet all passenger trains and year. The tree has only its
building electric, sewer, gas and purposes necessary (popularly referred to as "the crates. The muddy wagon transport visitors who silvery-white terminal bud
plumbing. housing and other accomodations for depot") was a focal point of wheels in foreground testify to disembarked to the old and a "clump" of needles
future Florida residents who are on the activity in Starke as por- condition of county roads in Commercial Hotel on East above ground. It may stay in

Before any man can do anything trayed in this photograph of a those days, and suggest what Call Street. A chief diversionof this state anywhere from 5 to
anymore it appears that everybodys'gotta way.As busy scene perhaps taken at hardships farmers had to Starke residents in those 12 years while developing! its

get in the act to tell him what he much as the feeling of individual the height of the spring surmount to get their produceto days was "meeting thetrains" root system. During this stagein
vegetable shipping season. market. the tree's growth, only the
to see who got on and
can do with "his" property or "his" citizens may be "wounded" by the The wagons of farmers who Between the two poles at left who got off. very hottest of fires could kill

building. The right of protest is even requirements of zoning regulations for have brought produce to be side of station may be seen the the seedling. The well in

extended to your neighbor and adjacent orderly growth in some instances, it sulated bud normally surviveseven

property owner if you should have in would appear that growing with growth when the needles are
1 a lil'ii' III 11I11 ,, r J liliO ,_ l wmn burned. The tree is only
mind a land use project or building that with a plan is much more desirable thanto : 1 lilt 1 """" "
vulnerable to most fires
may not appeal to their liking. grow randomly without it. r during those years from the

Raiford Cubs Scouts time it grows out of the grass
stage until it reaches about 2

letters to us inches in diameter. After this

I Set Summer ActivitiesThere size is reached ground
Paradise LostA fires will not usually
harm the longleaf as it

the Editor. develops a very thick lire
was a good turnout at
rather grim picture of the future of extended, energy-gobbling air con- f the monthly meeting of the Starke Scouts at the Pratt resistant bark.

Florida is painted by Stanford ditioned buildings have been thrown up __ Raiford Cub Pack. Den One Street ball park located As the longleat range

University professor Paul R. Erlich, who wherever land was available, and had the opening skit about sea behind the Branding Iron became settled wild fires

says our fair state is becoming a "stark schools are hard pressed to provide adventures with Den Two in restuarant. were controlled to protect

example of paradise being destroyed by adequate education" Ehrlich warned. AN OPEN LETTERTo follow-up"of "what did he or charge of refreshments.All On June against damage; to homes and
she say? a campout and farms. In doing. this the!
population growth. of the Scouts received weiner roast for the entire
There is no doubt that the situation is Hon. Art Bruno Mayor of 6. When one notices the their Good Turn Day badges family will be held at the longleaf slash range and was other depletedas faster

The professor may be dismissed by serious in many sections of Floridato Council Hampton: and the City graffiti on the Fire House and from Goodwill Industries for Florida State Prison pistol growing pines took over on (the

some as an alarmist, but on the other the extent that the City of St. Peters- the de-lettering of the Hampton their help in collecting range. On July 6 the boys will moist well drained soils.
hand there is undoubtedly some truth in I would like to make the Post Office let us say reusable items for the han- appear on "Popeye and Pals" Another major cause of the
his warning: "Go out and look at the ugly burg is worried about its water supplyand following suggestions: "Thank You" to the majorityof dicapped.Other awards were: television show in Jackson longleaf's decreased range;
recently considered an ordinance Mike West One Year Pen ville.
folk who not ;
) our were
high-rises and see the Everglades before 1. At the next City Council young Donnie Jackson Bobcate came along during the second
freezing its population at the present involved in this vandalism. It
half of the 19th The
they disappearbut don't swim in the meeting have some of the Badge; Lawrence Thomas Summer century.
go level by forbidding more new would be a shame if this Day Camp will be lumber
unless like swim in any young folk also attend and Denner Cords; Bennie held in industry grew
ocean to
you minority killed the zeal of Macclenny July 22-27
residents after a certain deadline. to have throughout the country and
: representatives
arrange Thomas Assistant Denner and there will be
those trying to provide a new a cost of $10
sewage. Although this measure would be extreme of the Sheriff's Depart recreation field and other Cords; Russell Bessho and per boy. On August 16 the dens the all timberlands the were ravagedas
Author of the best selling "PopulationBomb (and probably unconstitutional)) it ment Patrol and-or emphasize State life-saving Highway facilities for our young folk Ray Hampton Den Chief will be planting shrubbery as removed larger leaving only was the
illustrates the seriousness of the who will be the backbone of Certificates; and Eric Supsky part of a beautification
Ehrlich said small and formed
that Florida ideas to prevent additional graduated into Boy Scouts. and poorly
the Council later in on
August 24
have problems faced in some areas. slaughter in Hampton and the City on trees. The longleaf pine
developers brought an influx of there will be
life, and who will be so Instru- a fishing trip for
new residents to the state which county--such as complete mental at that time in shapinga May 4th saw all the Scouts the entire family. having heavy seed did not get

threatens to ruin the quality of life for Rapid growth is not an unmixed stops when entering a high. "Better Hampton." manning their three booths at re-established in many areas.
The wind-blown seed
way from a side road and ex- the Exposition in Lake City lighter
blessing, as even our relatively un- SPECIAL BULLETIN: On
of the slash able
everyone. pecially this complete stop at where the theme was "Make! pine was to
-William H. SummersP.
disturbed section of North Florida' is June 6 the Raiford Cubs will
all railroad crossings.! America Beautiful." Some of get established and took over
O. Box 210 present a skit at the
"With Florida's population growing at beginning to find out. And the sooner we the boys were busy cleaningup the area.
2. To interest the community Hampton,Fla. Elementary School in Lake
five per cent annually, water shortageshave heed warnings like that of Mr. Ehrlich, both young and old, in litter In "Pollutionville' Butler. It will be for boys in
developed sewage and solid waste the sooner we will be prepared to face clean-up campaigns at least while others were giving away the 2nd 3rd and 4th grades. The longleaf pine known by
disposal systems have been the crises of the future. twice a year and to try to post BIIS Valedictorian plants that they had grown. In Parents are urged to attend nicknames as "fat", turpentine -
over- the third pine.
booth some were and or Rosemary
anti-litterbug their
priate locations.signs appro- Receives DigestAssociation showing how to put discards to for Scouts get so they boys won't signed miss up has been long prized for its

use. Raiford won two first all the fun planned for this strength of lumber. Most of
3. Try to find out if the Award place blue ribbons for their summer. If unable to attend the old southern homes were
efforts. built with this lumber. A great
I majority of Hampton phone
applications will be sent home
The Last RidePolice subscribers might be Interested Hjalmar Jane McMillan We would with the ,boys who are Interested number of logs 40 to 60 feet
in extending local valedictorian of the 1974 like to express in joining Cub Scouts. long were shipped to England
phone service to Starke graduating class at Bradford thanks to everyone who For more information during the 19th century to be
and highway officials across the even use this means of getting around on Lawtey, etc. at a nominal High School has been given this helped by buying tickets to Cubmaster E. D. Starling at used as spars and masts in

nation that violence against summer vacations.A increase in the monthly phone the Annual Award of TheReader's event. Donnie Jacksonwas 431-1401 or the Den Leader, ship building. In the limit's)
top salesman with of
bill. Gainesville 16 miles Digest Association 31 Coach Ann some $20 million worth
young hitchhikers especially girls and recent article in "Readers Digest" away is toll free yet many of for students who by their successful tickets sold. Good work There is also Hemme a newly, 4311109.for longleaf products were exported -

young women, has become a major warned that in the case of a girl who our Hamptonites have friends school achievementsgive Donnie. med Webelos Den for 10-year- annually.

crime problem.In hitchhikes the odds are definitely relatives and business con- promise of attaining lea- olds with Danny Potter as
her her destination tacts in Starke which dership in the community, The boys are looking for leader. The first meeting will Naval store products have
against reaching six miles Charles ward to their summer been obtained from the
only E.
although away says Francis activities be held
one area last year, almost 70 per unmolested. It is estimated that one out is still a toll call! principal.Miss in Scouting. Only two to 5 Friday at May the 24, from 4 longleaf pine since the first

cent of all rape victims were hitchhikers. of every six will become the victim of McMillan will receivean meetings a month will be held meeting p.m.place in the regular club colonists landed in Virginia. It

Police in Berkeley, Calif. reported that some form of sex crime, ranging from 4. How about "getting the honorary one-year sub- during the summer but those house on the prison grounds at is reported that tar and pitch
show back on the road" now, will be packed with fun and for calking wooden ships were
30 cent of the committed therein Raiford. All
rapes forcible to The Reader'sDigest old
per indecent to scription l0-year- boys
exposure rape. for
today's conditions by activities. A ball game is exported to Europe as early as
the first two months of 1973 followedthe in one of its 13 who are interested in joining
the old firehouse
buying and planned for June 1, when the 160H. Today the longleaf is
abduction of hitchhikers. Many young people are apt to the adjoining plot of land for chooses language and editions personal which certi-she Raiford Scouts will play the are meeting.urged to attend this used in the pulp and paper

disregard the dangers of hitchhiking around$6,000 then with a few Editors industry as well as for its
ficate from the "in recognition -
Thumbing rides along the highway is thinking only that such tragedies "won'thappen thousand dollars improve our of past accomplishments lumber and naval store
present City Hall so that with
a dangerous practice, and in some statesis to me." these two properties both on and in anticipation of Law Requires Immiinixdtion .products.

prohibited by law. Not many years the right side of the railroad unusual" achievement to The longleaf pine takes a

ago it was considered more dangerousfor They can happen, however, and are tracks we would have the come. For Beginners In back seat to slash and loblolly

the owner of the car who stopped to happening every day, as anyone who nucleus of an excellent Civic The Reader's Digest SchoolCounty pines for most uses today.

pick up a hitchhiker and later found his reads the daily newspapers well knows. older Center residents where many of the Association presents? these Only recently have many
can walk to awards in senior high schools Florida law areas been replanted with
requires that all
his stolen the
life in danger or car by Before ever again waving a thumb in meetings elections, and throughout the United Statesto children entering public or Health Department' longleaf. Due to its slower

person he had sought to befriend.But an attempt to hitch a ride, every boy or special events. the highest honor student of private schools for the first Official. growth and the great dif

girl should pause and consider those If Hampton had additional the graduating class. time must be immunized for Parents desiring additional ficulty of planting the will long no

have turned and it when hundreds of funds instead of $35,000-plus()( diphtheria pertussis tetanus information may contact the rooted seedling, it
now the tables last, terrible moments for The award to Miss Mc- poliomyelitis rubella and County Health longer play as big a role in I tlit'
premature plans years Department
seems to be the hitchhiker himself, or others, just about their age, realized ahead for an isolated City Millan daughter of Mr. and rubeolo (measles), unless Church Street.SoulhsiclePTA. on history of American forestry!

most likely herself, who is molested by they were going to be raped, kidnapped, Hall etc., etc., there are Mrs. M. G. McMillan of exempt as provided in Section as it once did. The imghi.v

the person who has offered a lift. This is or even murdered by the kindly looking many ways to make good use Starke through the was cooperation made possible of Mr. 2 of the law. good longleaf forest still has maiwisomoiUwhere a :pl.u'O, in

true, perhaps because hitchhiking todayis person who stopped his car to give thema of these excess police funds and such fire as Francis and his teaching staff. Every child entering school sites are !Its> dry for t im'

a popular means of transportation for lift. No matter what the emergency, no adequate protection better sidewalksand They selected Miss McMillanto for the first time must presentthe To Raise Funds slash pine. It is ivrl.imlx

young college and high school students, ride even home for vacation is roads eventually a receive the award designedto School Board or the worthy of beinn pl.mioil II I>MII'Anxoiio
going from one place to another. Some worth that price. sewerage system and additional stimulate scholarship continuedcontact governing authority of a SupperThe '
uprooting of citizenship private school a certificationof who Iris 110'.1 l >'liissislaiuv
rotten I with good reading immunization or an exemp Southside Elementary with .toivMlmaiuniMiiriit.
dangerous trees etc.
was near the tracks when the after graduation. tion. School PTA will sponsor a I't........ Uvl Inv.
Chicken and Rice Supper to be llU'OllMfl ,tile.I..iltd III
Waldo fire truck had to its ,
loud to use I'' ? Parents are urged to held In the Southsido I the ItradliMil" "'" 11111)
the J
r9.Biq speaker persuade
CQ train crew to uncouple the j proceed Immediately to Cafeteria. Friday evening: ,\I-\I.icuhurt'. 1111I1.11111-\
ki complete the immunization of May 24, beginning at II p in.
train j
p as they were trying to
atiljji p4 reach a burning home which ; their children so that they will Tickets for the nnsti\ ntt--\-\ i ne". > 111'
i not be denied entrance to supper m.iv
Oau completely burned to the school. be purchased! lit| th"II'IIIIIllhl" t IW ,'.11'.' Wllt'll tllUlWMMi, '
o yAM& ground. Even a few minutes week or in the cafru-ri.i I Hio aLl. iiifilu-inc! or rliriuu'.il
tva might save property or a life- night of (hr sup'-.I'hr priiv, 1'I"hl.1 t IV IU'1 put Ih.'''' i IIIItVl'Kftlblc l
( BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER another sensible reason to The-e immunizations may for ho xupiwr i i" $\1\1 ,Is'r W.I.U- t'trArisMyer
Publisher keep the fire apparatus on the Y be otined: at the family adult ami $1 i JUT vliil.l. : U'.nf eLl >'!' iiMiiM'ilrotliu'i
Published each Thutsday and entered. Second Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke, side of the tracks where a doctor office or at I ho In addition lo tinmipivr, ,. I Dory: .iii'inul Ilii1
Fla. under Act of March 3, 1879. majority of homes are now Lettuce was once classified County alth Department if III h'I' iU'tivilu-s t.ik.nn"' pl.uv. ii'iiHO. |I..h.. hlfi'. ii >.11.1 l
located!f a* a sterile plant and believedto necesi -y. Certification will iiu-luilo liiii|.>" !h?' >n/.H l'h'II.I .;li'! ;...1.! M \ inreat'IlospiLil "
Subscription rate in trade area: 16 per year: 13.10 six months. be conducive to sterilityin forms > available throughthe : hind II .-:.a.al... .... .\111"\1.| l l .l.i' ..'k>.'iu III.' lv! '
Outside trade area: |7 per year: 14.00 six i months. Starke, Fla. 5. A loud speaker is still it. | '. .';
Phone 964-630J those who ate Oh those Cc !ly Health Report l | ; ( will >;i' to tinSniilhsulc: I IIMIOM. I'.MN.MI needed at City Hall so every poor bunnies nobody told ment ( must !ht' signed: by for nm iluriiij tinII.M M-li.h-l 1'c c Vnlrr. I 1"1' .in .mti.Vtr l in .'.1".'
one can hear easily without a them! the dm 4 or tin iiulliori/t-il "'1'11I. .,'I I riMriiriio:

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I 11 Students Earn SJRJC Grade Honors I IEleven

HAMPTON AREA NEWSBID HOME NOTESFROM Starke students Names of nine local

achieved academic excellenceat students appeared on the
ACCEPTED FOR By Josephine Fontaine Refreshments and YOUR EXTENSION HOME
prize. St. Johns River Junior President's List, meaning
STREET PAVINGA Building permits were games were enjoyed by all. /" ECONOMICS AGENT r'' 4 .. College in Palatka for term II they earned grade point
bid of$10,130.25 for paving discussed briefly, and the Mrs. Fontaine was unable to by earning places on the averages of 3.5, based on) a 4.0
five streets in Hampton was Mayor said he was concerned attend due to some dental r i ..=-fd.: J. President's List and Dean's system, or better. They are

accepted by the City Councilat about trailers (mobile homes) surgery. Everyone will be BY KATHY BROWN List. Terry Brown, Nancy Cannon,
its regular meeting on May in happy when she can be back in Becky Jackson, Michael King
being parked
14. The successful bidder was without permits being issue the meeting. Next meetingwill New Corporation Lawrence Knepper, Arthur

G. E. Robinson, Jr. This matter was tabled until be June 7 at 7:30: p.m. earU6I Vegetable gardens are used. To make a 1 percent Chartered Here Loudon, Patricia Teske.
Two other bids were the next meeting. beginning to produce and I'm solution, simply add 1 Wendy Teske and Mary
received: one for $9,900, SCHOOL NEWS getting calls and
CC.c.Q' many
submitted Councilman Dennison madea tablespoon granulated sugarto Secretary of Slate Richard Wager.
by Raulerson Hampton Elementary PTA requests for informationabout ) Names of two local students
motion to have a street light Starke 6 cups and 3 tablespoons of Stone has announced the
Construction Co.; and a high held an important meeting canning and freezing. the Dean's List,
installed in front of Mr. Fort's) hot water and stir until of the followingnew appeared on
bid of $14,334 from D. and H. home, and replace the globeon Monday evening, May 20, with Potatoes are in good supply dissolved. chartering in Bradford meaning the students earned

Construction Co.Councilman light at the corner in frontof the president, Pat Glover, Opportunities for Service from local gardens, so I've ((5)) Package in moisture- corporations grade point averages between .
Dennis made a presiding.Tom included information) how : and These students
Darlene Wise's home. The on vapor proof containers. Some Zartman Construction Co., 3.0 3.49. i
motion, which was Casey, Principal, School to freeze Irish Potatoesand and
motion was carried. Sunday Sunday new recommended containers) are: Inc., 114 N. Walnut St., Starke. are Dorothy Gay Joseph
unanimously approved to introduced Mrs. Deborah 9:45 Morning Worship at 11 French Fries in this Scanlon. \
Councilman Lott suggested : ; (a) Waxed top-opening folding RichardE.
Filed Feb. 13, 1974 by
accept Robinson's bid, with an installing street lights in the Patrick, who is teaching the o'clock, sermon: "The King of week's article. Remember to cartons with moisturevaporproof
Starke Fla.
agreement drawn up that this Hampton Villa, but no sixth grade, and Mrs. Anna the Road;" Church Council call my office (964-6554)( ) or) liner. (b) Heavily waxed Welty, Senior
was to be the final bid, with decision was made in this Clayton who is assisting with meeting, 5:30: ; Church write to me at P. O. Box 267, rigid type containers known to Bradford County in Dinner On The
Citizens Club, Inc., dealing
full description of streets to be special reading In the school. Starke for free bulletin GroundsThe
matter. Training, 6:15: : Evening a on be moisture-vapor proof. (c) lawful business. Filed
paved; also finish ends of Riley Sweat is now serving as Worship, Junior{ Choir canning and freezing Heavy moisture-vapor proof any and
streets, and dress them down. school custodian.An March 26 by Pierce United Methodist
presents "Jonah's Tale of a vegetables..
VANDALISM freezer d
HERE polyethylene bags ( )
Starke Fla.
Hardy, attorneys ,
Payment for will extensive Church of) Lawtey will have
paving not report was Whale" with Mike King as
Fire is a tragic thing to Freeze at 0 degrees F. or
Incorporators: Joe Kerrigan, '
be made until all work has happen to such as given by the School Advisory Jonah. FREEZING: NEW lower.e Allen dinner i' on the grounds at 12:30:
anyone Keystone Heights Mary
been completed subject to Committee comprised of) Monday Girls' Ensemble, IRISH POTATOES ) ; .,"weer oy a Gospel Sing.
happened to the Scott family. ( Suggested cooking) Starke.
and Morton
Emma ,
approval of the Council. This should wake up the Francis Meng, Mrs. Alice 6:35: ; Youth Choir, 7 o'clock. ((1)) Select potatoes of) methods: (a) Fry in oil bath at Sunday May 26.
The need for a full time Hampton area to the need of Faye Waters, Mrs. Norma Tuesday Junior Choir Tripto uniform size..that is, all as 350 degrees F. tq 375 degreesF.
policeman was stressed in Volunteer Firemen. Very few Jean Clark, Miss Bonnie Lake, 3:30.Wednesday: near 3-4 inches in diameter or) until desired color and
discussion by the Council, and have responded to the call to Trisler, Mrs. Kathy Williams, Family Night all as near 1 inch or all as texture is reached, perhaps 4
Dennison made a motion, join the Volunteer Fire and Warren Stevenson. Mr. Supper, 6 o'clock; Hour of near 1 1-2 inches, in diameteras to 8 minutes. Drain on) paper How many of
which was carried, to change'iamplon's Department and it could be Keaton was unable to attend. Power, 6:30: ; R. A., 6:30: ; possible. ((2)) Wash clean of towels, salland serve (b) Usea
: charter to providefor your house that needs help The reports included information Teachers and Officers soil, and scrub vigorously to small amount of cooking oil these the
a qualified policemanhired next. There was an alarm ) on testing, school Meeting, 7:15; Church Choir remove tender skin. (No or fat enough to cover bottomof ways can
by the Council and sounded by vandals last philosophy, questionnairesand Practice, 8 o'clock. paring will be necessary frying pan). Place frozen
!Mayor next year, rather than Sunday morning about 1 a.m. parent responses, Thursday Visitation, 9:30: although they may be scrapedif French fries in preheated pan. Dale Carnegie Course
the present system of electing Teenagers were seen running budgeting, school improvement -I a.m.; Mission Friends, 3 desired.) ((3)) Water blanchas Cover and cook over medium
a Police Chief. The proposed from the Fire House. Parents, and future goals. o'clock; Visitation, 7 o'clock. below: heat until desired brownnessand
charter change will be on the do you know where your Mrs. Warren Stevenson -Ben P.Bryant, Pastor Potatoes 3-4 inch in texture is reached, benefit you?
ballot in next September's directed her Girl Scout diameter 4 minutes. The reasons why each year
teenagers were at that time? 10 to 15 minutes.
election. Other vandalism has been Brownie Troop in a delightful ::;'$<::::::::::::::;:::::::;:::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ;:: Potatoes 1 inch in diameter possibly Drain on paper towels, salt more than 80,000 men and women take the Course

Fire Chief Phillips reportedthat presentation and Mr. Casey I 6 minutes and For vary from improving their ability in getting along
reported.) The letters were : j; serve. (c) ) oven
he had resigned as chief, torn from the Post Office, presented Girl Scout pins to Car J Of Thanks Potatoes) 1 1-2 Inches in "French Fries" spread frozenor better with others to building self-confidence and
and the vacancy will be filled Joy Nugent, Sheila Manning, .'. diameter 7 minutes
which is Government i' partially thawed Frenchcut acquiring poise. During the Course you gain
; : : : :-
by Mr. Smith, who was next in Dee Dee Welters) Zina Beth Potatoes over 1 1-2 inchesin shallow
property. Let us hope that the potatoes over pan. understanding of what motivates peopleincludingyourself.
line. The new chief reportedthat Young, Robin Yeager, Gail diameter 8-10 minutes.
residents of this communitywill Pour in sufficient melted fat .
CARD OF THANKS Here are a few of the benefits
the fire truck is in run- Sullivan, Audrey Brown, ((4)) Chill for 3 to 5 minutes in oil many you get
see the need to unite in or to just coat potatoes, from the Dale Carnegie Course
ning condition at the present Valerie Brown, Cindy cold :
running water. all
their efforts to make Words cannot adequately stirring to coat evenly on
time.Mr. pon Area a better and sale Stevenson, and Mary Ann our deep appreciationfor ((5)) Package in moisture- sides. Bake 15 to 20 minutes or New effectiveness in communicating ideas to others.

Summers presented a place to live.FRIENDS Parmenter.The express the many kind and sym- vapor proof containers. Some to desired color) and doneness. New self-reliance in coping with problems and situations.
letter to the Mayor and PTA decided to furnish
pathetic acts that come to us at recommended containers are: Drain on paper towels, salt New enthusiasm for work and responsibility.New .
Council, with a number of and funds for the annual sixth (a) Waxed top-opening folding and
suggestions for improvementsin and Mrs. Robert Burns grade outing, which will take the time of our recent bereave- cartons with moisturevaporproof competence in decision making.

Hampton. These included and son, Robert, Jr., were place within the next two ment. ) liner. (b) Heavily waxed 4-11 AWARDS New freedom from boredom and worries.

proposals to have young folksof visitors in the Hampton Area weeks. The PTA also voted to -The J.E. Walker family rigid type containers known to PROGRAMALL : New success in getting along with others.

the community attend last weekend. They were sponsor two field trips for the and Ernest T. Phillips familyw.ooMoMo' be moisture-vapor proof. (c) 4-H'ERS and New perspectives toward work and family.
meetings ; to interest visiting with Mrs. Burns' children of Hampton Heavy moisture-vapor proof PARENTS are invited to our New appreciation for others.
residents in clean-up cam- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Elementary School.A polyethylene freezer bags. (d) Annual 4-H Awards Program,
paigns at least twice a year; Hugh Crawford.Mr. ) Nominating) Committeewas Freeze at 0 degrees F. or and Covered Dish Supper, to New motivation to strive for higher rewards.

purchase of the present fire and Mrs. Joe Oliver of appointed to present a lower (e) To cook) ) : desired be held FRIDAY EVENING, New interest in people Knowledge experience.For .
house and adjoining plot, and Hampton have just returned new slate of officers at the CORRECTION I amount of frozen potatoes to at 7:30: Starke Elementary
improving City Hall insteadof from Fort) Lauderdale. While next meeting comprised of) enough boiling salted water to School Cafeteria. I
to build Mrs. Waters Mrs. Clark and the of more details about the Dale Carnegie Course and the many
proposing a new there the Olivers attended the In publishing cover. Quickly bring to boil,
city hall and fire house, with high school graduation Mr. Meng. Mrs. Lea Underhill, 53, Route then reduce heat. Cook 10 to 15 benefits it oilers you. please call:

the surplus money being used exercises of their grandson, The room count determinedthat 1, Starke, in its May 9 edition, minutes or until tender. Avoid
instead for more adequate Michael Joe Gehron. They the second grade was best the Telegraph did not have overcooking. STARKE KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
police and fire protection, also visited their daughter and represented at this meeting.Mrs. available names of the CLYDE TERWILLEGAR HILL BRANNON

better sidewalks, and roads, her family, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cissy Santangini will following survivors which it FREEZING 914-7200 473-4135
and eventually a sewage Gehron, and Mr. Oliver's decide on the best use of the $5 has been asked. to publish.In FRENCH FRIES
Another awarded to them. addition to her husband, Health & Beauty Briefs DALE CARNEGIE OFFICE
disposal system. sister, Mrs. Margaret Crews, (1)) Wash, peel and cut into
suggestion was to have a loud all of Fort Lauderdale. Rick Ezzell reports that 13 O. J. Underhill, survivors 1-3 inch sticks. The secret to successful JACKSONVILLE ((904)) 733-6010
speaker installed in the City Mrs. Watson gave a house) fifth graders and two fourth include a son, Lionel LaPorte) ; (2)) Water-blanch sticks 1 dieting is not a crash diet,
Hall for the convenience of shower for) Mr. and Mrs. Scott graders traveled to Starke two daughters, Florence minute (it is not necessary to physicians state, but H little
citizens attending Council and family on May 14 to help Elementary School on Codesre and Fabien Dupuis, change the blanching water less of everything. If you eat DALE CARNEGIE
meetings.The them recuperate from the loss Saturday, May 18, to competein all of) Connecticut.L. for each successive batch to more calories than your bodycan

Council agreed that of) their home by fire on May 1. the Bradford Elementary .orow o o' be immersed). use in its normal, daily --cg: COURSEThe
there were several good pointsin It was attended by their Invitational Softball Tour- ((3)) Chill 3 to 5 minutes in activity, the excess is stored
the letter, especially the friends and neighbors. They nament. R. ThorntonLee running cold water. as fat. Exercise while dieting Dale Carnegie Course is being sponsored by the
need for better police and fire received a lot of useful gifts Lawtey Elementary (4)) For new potatoes, better helps to tone up the muscles Keystone Heights Rotary Club. A class will begin in Keystone
protection. At present, and everyone enjoyed defeated Hampton in the five browning at frying time may and tissues and helps burn Heights soon.Presented.
Hampton has a mutual aid homemade refreshments. inning contest by 173. R. Thornton, 54, of be obtained by dipping in a 1 to stored calories. To burn 300 by N. Fla. Institute 2955 Christopher Rd.
agreement with Starke and Overall Hampton: ) came in Route 2,Starke,died Tuesday, 2 percent glucose solution, to 700 calories, try swimming Jacksonville Fla. 32217
Waldo, that they will assist in RECREATIONThe fifth place and a trophy has May 21, in Gainesville after a depending upon the degree of) for an hour. Moderate walking '
an emergency. However, Mr. Hampton Senior been placed in the school long illness. He was born in browning desired. Prepare burns up 110 to I 180

Bruno pointed out that Citizens held their regular library. All participants Bradford County on Oct. 10, syrup and chill in refrigeratorthe calories per hour.
Hampton needs a new fire meeting May 17. Everyonewas ) received ribbons. 1919, the son of) the late Ruben night before it is to be *Ma4" ""'--
truck so that it could return happy to see!Mr. and Mrs. This Saturday at 10:30: a.m. and Eva Thornton. He was a
help to these towns, if needed. DeWaters back after both had Hampton will host Brooker in member of the Pine Valley
Bids on a new fire truck will a Recreation Softball Game. Congregational Holiness
been out because of illness.
be received in the near future. Bill Fontaine won the door Students who have par Church. Last Year The Winoers, in the
ticipated in the recreation Surviving are one brother, .
program are eligible to play. Henry Thornton and a sister,
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tit3fr 0 This will be our last special ,Mrs. Myrtle Eaves, both of Shared Over
I activity of the school year, so Starke. GuarantyFederal
I I please come out to Hamptonand Funeral services will be

I TheOFFICE enjoy the game. held at 2 p.m. Thursday, May
I Last Friday the fourth, fifth 23, in the Pine Valley Holiness
I and sixth grade classes ob- Church, with Rev. W. J.
I I II served "I'm An American Thornton conducting. In- )
I I II 135 W. CALL ST. Day." Judge Elzie Sanders terment will be in Sapp I,
I i iI SHOP spoke t to) the students about Cemetery near Raiford, with
I I II 964-63O5 how they could be good DeWitt C. Jones Funeral
I I II citizens and about why laws Home in charge.Booklet INVITATIONAL
I I II are necessary. Sharon Bass

I I I II I Ii Your One Stop recited the Preamble to the Issued u, -

i I II Constitution, Robert Tilley .-.'
I I II read the American's Creed, On How To Build pl ?
I I II For All Your OfficeSupplies and Eric Carroll recited a _
I I II portion of the Gettysburg Maintain Ponds 'rt
I I Address. Following the
I II Pledge of Allegiance to the t
Ponds and how to build,
I I II )
and several
Flag patriotic
------ maintain and them is the
I I II ----------- Judge Sanders an- use

I I II II I I II SPECIAL songs swered students about questions the law.from This subject Department publication of a of according new Agriculture) U. S.to You can this year!

presentation was a
I Panasonic district
I culmination) activity to the Covington soil conservationist in Play the best game in town ...the
I study of the Constitution) Bill Federal Invitational.
Pencil SharpenersKP Bradford County) Guaranty Every
I of Rights and various bran-
ches of Government. The 14-page illustrated" .time you play, you win!

33A booklet, "Building a Pond The rules are simple ...just make
has been prepared by the Soil
deposit ia a Guaranty Federal passbook
Reg. 28"SALE Conservation Service. In it, .
Neighbors you will find advice on SAVINGS INFORMATION savings account YouH win the highest

My selecting a pond site, buildingan interest allowed by law on pawbookaavinp

-- -.- pond embankment the requirements or excavated for) Type of Account Min. Investment Min. Term Annual Rate yield ...5%"compounded daily! And,
2475With Annual
-- satisfactory pond) spillways, Passbook brings Now None 5.25To / each incurable account ia protected byan

Exclusive the methods of sealing a leaky New Certificate (1.000 90 Days 5.15% 5.92b agency of the Federal Government
and how to maintain a
Auto Stop A r completed pond. New Certificate St.000 1 Hear 6.50% 6.72b ao your: winnings are guaranteed rte!

Electronic Light r Special attention is paid to New Certificate 11.000 2'!4 Years 6.75'i 6.98o ner..now.ytol loae!
---- TMIS s YDUR the many uses of ponds for) New Certificate SI.000 Years 7.50% 7.79'bWien Set your own par! Depositmuchr
KP 77 A : livestock wildlife habitat,
Iff '' you like: aa often aa you want. Last
Call Mr. Pooser ,, a51; fishing, recreation) irrigation,
Reg. 24"SALE maSPIffIPML, and fire protection.) earnings are allowed to compound daily year Guaranty Federal paid i its linn

For Information Single copies are availableat over $2,5,ooo in interest ...with that
_... A substantial interest penalty is required for early withdrawal on certificate plans. :
the local Soil Conservation bind of priM money shouldn't you enter

And Delivery Service office, located in the Guaranty Federal Invitational?
2195 County Agriculture Building,
phone) !9646554. The entrance requirements are

simple! Just open or add to a savings

Gainesville: 220 N, Min account at any Guaranty Federal Sav-

ft W. Farm tqvlpm iit C 3501 W. University Au, inp and Loan office You can pI.7.t

( I 3300 S.W. Archer Road any of five convenient locations in
Sfarki: 395 W. Madison Gainesville, Stoke and Keystone Heights
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Federal Invitational ...it's the.best fame
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:\Ia.. 23; 1971

ennflrsflsrrrrrs CITIZENS SENIOR SAVE w Ty

Building Bridges to overcome iANG$
the communications gap
was the theme of a talk
presented by Senior Citizen
President Joe Kerrigan at the tkLSQEA
Starke Rotary luncheon at the
Garden Restaurant May 15 so
that we can work together to
help solve the problems facingus
nationally and locally on
Inflation Health, Mental
Health I Transportation,
(Housing etc., etc. We sub- E Q Tzs i
scribe to the Rotarian four-
wa" test. 1)) Is it the truth? 2)) SV
Is it fair to all concerned? 3))
Will it build good will and Yt fQV1 E Quantity RightsReserved qkleA
better friendship? 4)) Will it be
beneficial to all concerned? p1 ryFSai
Senior Citizens, Say Hi! to &L t aM S COPYRIGHT 1974 BEEF PEO?
Rotary Many thanks for the S
invitation, lunch and great

friendship engendered. ***. PRICES GOOD THURS., MAY 23

27 Did was you National know that April Library 21- Q 4 X05 THRU WED., MAY 29
Week?? There was an Art and i.
Handicraft display. Your local .
library has large type books, W-D BRAND
reading books for the blind
and other worthwhile services -
you will receive courteous (NO ADDITIVES)
consideration if you have PORK SHOULDER WHOLE SLICE BACON

lust interest good in reading a special from subject Chief or PICNICS ROUND STEAK G Re BEEF

Librarian Martha Minx Elsie
Limit 3, Please
Hazen and Grace Jordan. You
will meet and make friends of

all ages. LB. S8C SAVE SAVE SIc 38 10 p'G$789.

A drive by "Retired Senior
Volunteer Program" is under 21c
way called"New Eyes for the LB.
: Eyes" asks for no :1AMB

money.,They scrap ask precious for old metal eyeglasses HAM 1-LB. GRADII 9t LEG 0'

old disused silverware antique PKG. U. s. CHOICE; LB.
and regular costume
lewelry. These glasses are 99 $139
and $ SAVE 40c W-D BRAND PURE TASTY TWELVE 4-01.:ill
repaired graded
distributed throughout: the to world.the needy One 3 c':" W Ground Beef Beef Patties LB. I

million pair of glasses were
receded last year. The cash LB. $199
redeemed is put into a special 5 rxo. $399 3 rKa.
fund for new
glasses and artificial eyes. SAVE 30 SAVE 23
For more information wire
must be thousands unused
eye-glasses scrap precious BUTTER
metal, old broken or unused APPLESAUCE
silverware in Bradford
I'ounty Wrap and send these
materials to the above ad- Limit; 2 with $7.50 or more purchase ,.d.d.; ..
dress or bring to Senior

Citizens Tuesday Pratt You'll helping be Recreation meeting each doing others 888It month God's 2nd to at Center.and work 1 p.m.see.4th in 5 8t1t LI111 8 8'' 3

lack Keystone is fill.a pleasure Trawick We Heights highly to commend go sanitaryland county to the (QTRS.1-LB.PKG. ) 1 CANS 6-oz. BOTTLES 32-oz.

sanitarian. The foul odors
rats roaches dead animals
chickens filth and millions of SAVE 33c THRIFTY MAID GREEN _
disease carrying flies, star Lima Beans
ving cats and dogs no longer Beef Hash KetchupBOTTLE
exist there. A great job, Jack.
Lewis and Bennie Smith oo
attended the Florida State ,4 CANS SVa-oi CAN 59 14.es. 28 C
Telephone Company's !May 17
meeting in the Bradford High
School auditorium.
Sorry to hear of House
Chairman Bill Richard's RED RIPE HI-ACRES
accident. Glad it wasn't more SAVE 60<-JIFFY
.;serious Best Wishes, Bill. 30c OFF TURKEY, SALISBURY OR
Recreation Center Pratt, at 1

p.m -Joe Kerrigan DETERGENT99c ENTREES

"Today,it has 48-o&. 3 $1 6 Q9i 34 PKG.-oe. 99cBOTTLE


to business businessman's be every? DIXIE SAVE DARLING 17c PINTS I. tANS 6-o:. COZY ASSORTED KITCHEN

Mi James M Pochs i
c Dormer Chairman ol the FAMILY U.S. No. 1 FLORIDA YILLOW \ U.S. No. 1 POLY lAG REGULAR LAYER
Bond ol General Motor ::
Y Corn Potatoes

BREAD 12' fOR 99j 1 10 lAG $1 1 J C 9 CAKES

$ 100 24-01.
3 ,,-... APPLES CAKE 99c

LOAVES | 15 fOR $ 199


Tomatoes . 3 2801.CANS $100 Lunch Meat . '12.0.CAN. 59C Apples I . 15 fOR $199 Lemonade 10 CANS 6'01. 99THRIFTY I


Employer The vital business Supportof I the refer Guard to is Green Beans 3 CANS. $1 Saltines . a 2 US*.. 88C Onions . 5 BAG LB. 69C Fudge Bars 2 SE99eCHEK: I


30 personnelo of our an trained integral military part of Drinks . .12 CANS 12'0.. $100 Pastries . e 2 PKGS.88C Honey Dews EACH 59C Fish Dinner 2 PKGS. 99C 'I'I


cost I urge of you only to 5%lend ol the your budget.assist Cake Mix .2 '&r 88C Rolls..a . 2KGS. 49C Potatoes 414 PICG.LB. 99C Pizza . . 20'01 SIU' $199
ance to the efforts of the
Committee for Employer Sup
port of the Guard and Reserve .. .. .. .. .. .... .. . ..
---- ----------------------- -- --------------------- ---- --------- ------ -- ------ -- ---- --- ------- ---- -- --- -- ---- --
by signing a Statement of
Support Pledge Card. Partic- EXTRA ; EXTRA ; EXTRA ; EXTRA : EXTRA
ularly during Employer Sup- ii; I I dw GREEN. .STAMPS, I I &H f GREEN STAMPS. I I A-M. GREEN STAMPS I .d GREEN STAMPS I I dill GREEN STAMPS ;
port-Week April 16. I rn..Iwv. PutCMItl O* M wlrMwWMw-- PUMMM M
-B w.tH Mlwtl teuratt ***0 .CM.M O. WlfN Mlwt*.l.WPM AMD MIKH.M a a IfM MIwRIw rutcM.M- ,
For Pledge Cards and Infor- : ONE 16 OZ BTL- SURE MAGICTile c TWO 9OZ PKGS FOUR 28 02 6T15 : ONE 10'01 JAR ONE 2 IB SUPERBRAND c
.., CRACKIN- .
mation simply write: Em- :1 Brite J ., GOOD .., Chek Drinks .. Nescafe Coffee 4-1, CREAMED

ployer Support. Arlington. Va. ..".L; I GOOD THRU MAY 29 -..., Potato THRU ChipsGOOD MAY i ."...,...-- GOOD THRU MAY 29 .'N". ,,,r GOOD THRU MAY 29 ."..,........ Cottage Cheese ,'

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18 TELEGRAPH May 2:1: 191<

f- 4- - LelJals I
- - - Classified

The Athletic House 150 West Florida 32091 doing business 322233 Floyd (Howard) Enterprises file IIiIIJ
and the original with the
been sold. Mr. firm of "BUD'SAUTOMOTIVE" Inc. TRADE NAME LAW TO: .
Call St., has under the name ,
(Notice Under clerk of the above styled courton FOR SALE: LOTS: WHISPERING -
Asher Sullivan will not be Road 229-A 281023 Frelinghuysen Livestock -
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat or before June 25 1974:
7 miles
Fictitious ,
responsible; for any debts other Heilbronn Springs Bradford Agency Inc. (The) action OF MORTGAGE otherwise a judgement may be J::
intendsto Name Law) an FOR SALE west of Starke on Brownlee
than pit i own after May 15.516 County Florida 32091 275661 Gase Research, Inc. entered for the relief
FORECLOSURE the against you
on mobile
Notice is Road. Zoned for
2tchg 523.NOTICE register said fictitious name 007405 Hampton State Bank hereby given that the
following property in Bradford demanded in the complaint or Ph. 964-
undersigned homes or houses.
under the provisions of aforesaid 260556 Jones Chemical and pursuant to the
Co. "Flctlcious Name Statute" County Florida: petition. 5219. 5/2 4tp 5/23.
statute. Manufacturing
Chapter No. 20953 Those certain lots, blocks WITNESS my hand and the FOR SALE 22 snub revolver --- --- -- -
OF APPLICATIONFOR Ben Spears sole owner. 319037 Lakeside Oaks, Inc. Laws of :
TAX DEED Dated this 30th day of April. 722461 Meadow/brook Con Florida 1941, as amended by pieces or parcels of land situate, seal of said Court on May 21, $1995, 25 automatic $3995 FOR SALE: One burner oil stove
Florida. Chapter No. 26760 Laws lying and being in the County of 1974. 38 revolver from $49.95, 357
A. D. 1974 at Starke dominium Apartments BuildingNo. of $13.50. two burner $18.95, 3
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Florida 1951 and by Bradford and State of Florida, revolvers $1199?
5/2 4tp 523IN 1, Inc. ChapterNo. Gilbert S. Brown magnum burner $25.50. DAHMERS
that Irene Goodwine the holderof 722722 Meadowbrook Con- 67-209, Laws of Florida and being more particularly nine MMM automatic DISCOUNT. 10tchg 5/30
As Clerk of said Court
described as: Commence at the
1967 $129.95. DAHMERS
the following certificates has dominium Apartments BuildingNo. being Section 865.09,
-- ------- --
filed said certificates for a tax THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 2, Inc. Florida Statutes will register /NW Corner of said SW 1/4 of By Beulah M. MoodyAs DISCOUNT. lOtchg 5/30

deed to be issued thereon. The THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- 259977 Parts Service Companyof with the clerk of the Circuit SW 1/4 for point of beginning, Deputy Clerk -- -- - -- -
certificate numbers and years of CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR Starke Court in and for Bradford and run thence South 1 degree (Court Seal) FOR SALE: Argentine Bahia
BRADFORD COUNTY. County, Florida 49 minutes East along the 5/23 4t 6/13 LOTS Zoned for mobile homes Seed 75
issuance the description of the 006442 Pemnenter State Bank upon receipt of Hay $1.25 at barn.
property and the names in CASE No.74-117 819594 Prime Veal Feeds, Inc. proof of publication of this Westerly boundary thereof, a and houses. Several sub cents per lb. 50 acres land on
which it was assessed are as 723027( Spirit of 76 Parent- notice, the fictitious name distance of 230.1 feet to a CORRECTION! divisions to choose from. Only road 100in city limits (Starke).
RE The of HARLEY towit concrete monument; run thence $95 down. Monthly paymentsto
follows: IN : Marriage Youth Organization Incorporated ; Booking orders for( eggs,
Certificate No. 45, Year of ALBERT SEABOLT Petitioner LAMAR DEAN OUTDOOR South 62 degrees 49 minutes The name of Frederick suit your budget. Ph. 468- Hulsey game chicken, Jumbo
Issuance, 1972.Description and PEGGY JO BRYANT 208443 Starke Builders ADVERTISING COMPANYunder East a distance of 536.42 feet to (Ricky) Jackson son of Mr. 1551 or 964 8331. ftchg. Quail Jumbo pheasants and

of property: N 1 SEABOLT, Respondent. Supplies, Inc. which it Is engaged in a concrete monument on the and Mrs. W. T. Jackson, Wild turkeys. J. M. Edwards
AC of W 9 AC of /NW 1/4of SW 010536 Starke Growers business In the City of Starke, Westerly boundary of the rightof Starke, was omitted from the --- -- Box 628 Phone 964-5379,
1/4 SEC 17622. NOTICE OF ACTION Association Florida way of State Road No. 200; list of 1974 Bradford High Starke. 4/4 4tp 4/25
NO PROPERTYTo That the party Interested run thence in a Northeasterly School honor graduates FOR
in which assessed in
: 001401 Starke and Sampson SALE: Epiphone Guitars! -- -- -- --
direction along said Westerly printed in the May 9 issue of
Unknown.All City Railroad Company said business enterprise is as made in Japan by Gibson now
of said property being in : Peggy Jo Bryant Seaboltco 407230 Starling Plastering follows: boundary and along the arc of a the Telegraph.The at Dahmers Discount. tfchg. FOR SALE: 6 month old 10
the County of Bradford, State of James R. Hardin Service Incorporated Major Media of the curve said curve having a radiusof Telegraph apologizesfor speed boys bicycle Schwinn
512 Pin Oak Drive Southeast LTD. 569665 feet and being the error. Varsity. $110
Honda 308467 Tar-Heelers Inc. (The) - - -- -- Regular price ,
Unless such certificate or Birmingham Ala. 35214 703093 Tempe Incorporated BY: Robert O. Naegele, Jr., concave to the West, a chord you pay $80. Call 964-5546. 1t
certificates shall be redeemed 1 1t 5/23 General Partner. .. distance of 533.39 feet, said Hammond TV Color picture tubes only 5/23

according to law the property YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an BY: William O. Naegele chord having a bearing of North Earns AwardU. $79 plus labor Dahmers --- - -- -
described in such certificate or action for dissolution of General Partner.5/23 4t 613IN 25 degrees 50 minutes and 20 S. Forces Germany Discount. tfchg.

certificates will be sold to the marriage has been filed againstyou NOTICETO BIDDERS seconds East to the Northerly Army Specialist Four Stan E. FOR SALE: I have around 60
and to boundary of aforesaid SW 1/4 Hammond 19 of Mrs. FOR SALE: Automatic washing
highest bidder at the court you are required son acres of pulp wood to be cut.
house door on the 4th day of serve a copy of your written NOTICE is hereby given that COURT of SW 1/4, run thence South 89 Walter M. Hammond Starke machine. In good condition.Ph. Can be reached at Ph. 431-
June, 1974. defenses, if any to it on sealed bids will be received by OF degrees, 35 minutes and 50 earned the DistinguishedQualification 9647469. Itp 5/23 1321. 1tp 523COLORADO.
Dated this 2nd day of May, EUGENE F. SHAW, Petitioner's the School Board of Bradford FOR seconds West along said Award in a -- -- -- -- -- - - --
1974. attorney whose address is Post County Post Office Drawer 939 BRADFORD COUNTY. Northerly boundary a distance of yearly tank gunnery FOR SALE: String beans U pick

Gilbert. Brown Office Box 1086, Starke, Florida, Starke Florida 32091. at 5:00: CASE NO.74-73 716.96 feet to point of begin- qualification test at the army $3.50 a bushel. Lawtey, : 40 Acres $9,750!

by Beulah M. Moody on or before June 21, 1974 and p.m., June 14, 1974, for the ning. Section 10, Township 6 training ground in Grafen- Roller. Ph. 782.3576. 1tp 5/23 Colorado's famous San Luis
Clerk of Circuit Court of file the original with the Clerk of construction of an "Off Street South Range 22 East, wohr, Germany. -- - - -- Valley. $95 down $95

Bradford County Florida this Court either before serviceon Driving Range," at which time BENJAMIN SUSLOW and During the tests tank FOR SALE: 18,000 BTU monthly Own your own
5/9 4t 5/30 Petitioner's attorney or bids will be opened and read has been filed against you Harry crewmen undergo extensive Fredricks air conditioner ranch high in the Rocky
immediately thereafter; aloud. HARRY, wife. Mitchell and Betty Mitchell, and day and night qualifying runs $120. Med. bedroom suit Mountains. OWNER 806-376-
Plaintiff v MITCHELLand
otherwise a default will be you are required to serve a copyof on the range to determinetheir $130. Call 4732139. 5/23 8690. Itp 5/23
entered against you for the relief PLANS SPECIFICATIONS, your written defenses, if any individual and crew
- - -
-- - -
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF demanded in the Petition. AND CONTRACT wife Defendants. to it, on the plaintiff's attorney efficiency.
FOR SALE 6 9 linoleum
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR WITNESS my hand and the DOCUMENTS: May be obtained whose name and address is Spec. Hammond is a gunnerin : by FOR SALE: Well trained pony
$3.50.9 by 12 $5.98, 12 by 12
seal of this Court on this 21st from the office of Don R. Hon. George H. Pierce 996 N. Company C, 1st Battalion of $11.95 and 12 by 15 $1494
filly, broke and well
day of May 1974. Morgan Architect P. A., A. I I. Temple Avenue Starke, Florida the 3rd Armored Division's DAHMERS DISCOUNT mannered
Re Estate of GEORGE L. up. Call 964-5630 after 5
A., Post Office Box 987 (Walnut 32nd Armor in Germany
PATTEN, deceased. Gilbert S. Brown Street), Green Cove Springs, tfchg. p m Itp 5/23 .

Clerk of Circuit Court Florida 32043 and as follows:
NOTICE Bradford County Ra.

By: Beulah Moody F. W. Dodge CompanyPost
all creditors and all persons Clerk Office Box 5647

against having said claims estate.or demands 5/234t 613NOTICE Jacksonville((1512 Montana Florida Avenue 32207) EvcryPayLowPricg] FOOD EveryDayLowPricg: ]

You and each of you, are !
hereby notified and required to OF INTENTIONTO BEEFSIRLOIN
: upon NESCAFE
present any claims and demands REGISTER receipt Of Ten Dollars ($10.00)) FAIR
which you or either of you, may FICTITIOUS NAME made payable to Don R.
have the estate of
against Morgan Architect P. A., A. I. INSTANT
L Patten deceased, to $
George Pursuant to Section 865.09Florida A., be forwarded two sets of
the Judge of the said Court, Statutes, notice is
plans and specifications collect. ETS
County Courthouse Bradford hereby given that the under Full deposit, less postage will be STEAKS SUit '
County, Florida, within six signed W. N. and Elizabeth refunded. Provided plans and COFFEE
months from the date of the first Noegel Edwards Road Starke, specifications are returned in SOUTHWALNUT

publication of this notice. Florida, 32091, doing business "good" condition within ten ST.
Each claim or demand must under the firm name of "301 .
of bid --.r.
be in writing and must state the LIQUORS", P. O. Sox 159, days opening. VIAYOAV*.A...LOW.. _.IIKIDDD00 u.'U'.OOOO IIVIMOAT TMNUWIO
place of residence and post Starke Bradford County, $148 *MAy...M...f.D T4.QUANTITYHPQMT 1 1002
EACH BID: Shall be accompanied $1 49
office address of the claimantand Florida, 32091, intends to by a cashier's check I M JTf AMU*tt KCtftu.s.o.1.
must be sworn to by the said fictitious
register name
or bid bond, in the amount of L fiT raoo miurCOUPONS .
claimant, his agent or his at under the provisions of aforesaid five percent of the bid price,
torney or it will become void statute.W. .
payable to the School Board of
according to law. N. and Elizabeth Noegel, Bradford County.
Each creditor shall deliver sole owners.

sufficient copies of his claim to Dated this 21st day of May, A. THE SUCCESSFUL BIDDER: Every Day LowPrice T EvcryDayLowPricc EvcryDayLowPricc BonusBuyCAUrOHNIA
enable the Court to mail one to D. 1974, at Starke Florida.
Will be required to provide a
each personal representative.Dated 5/23 4tp 63NOTICE PerformanceLabor and BONELESS BEEF I FLORIDA GRADE''A''
17 A. D. 1974.
April ,
Material Payment Bond in the .
OF INTENTIONTO amount of one hundred percentof ICEBURGLETTUCE
George L. Patten, Jr.
REGISTER the bid amount. Surety
Helen K, PattenAs FICTITIOUS NAME Company shall be licensed to do STEAKS ROAST
Executors of the Last Will thi
business in the state of Florida
and Testament of George L.
Pursuant to Section 865.09 and shall be listed by the United MI. 000 PAM WHOLE
Patten, Deceased. Florida Statutes notice is
States Treasury Department. Jg $138
5/9/ 4t 530NOTICE hereby given that the under- 2 PER

signed V. F. Heiken, Route 1, PROPOSALS: May not be with- / / L. BAG, HEAD

OF INTENTIONTO Box 385 Lawtey Rorida, 32058 drawn for thirty days after. bid
REGISTER doing business under the firm date.
FICTITIOUS NAME name of "AMERICAN FAMILY E.eryYLowRke CvcryDtyLowPriM EvcnrDaytowPrkc/ BomnBuy EeeryDaylowPrks Every DayLowPricc

SOUND," Route 1, Box 385 THE SUCCESSFUL BIDDER, IF Pork Loin .oN11.f.is NyV? Cll FANCY MUSH
Pursuant to Section 865.09 Lawtey Florida 32058, intendsto ANY: Will be so notified within SHOULDER Pork SfcouldovROAST FLORIDACUKES FLORIDACORN

Florida Statutes, notice if here- register said fictitious name five days after bid opening. The .: CHOPS STEAKS
by given that the undersigned under the provisions of aforesaid School Board of Bradford :ii

Sandra Alvarez, 602 Alton Road, statute.V. County reserves the right to PND $$L. cuJ: : $129 8: : 'J38 :.a.69cEACH. O< 8CATOR
T ...
Starke, Florida 32091 doing F. Heiken sole owner. reject any and all bids and to
business under the firm name of Dated this 21st day of May A. waive any informalities. .
"KLIP & KURL", 153 W. Call D. 1974, at Starke, Florida. EtMryOaytowPrkeNCSTtA EwcryDaylowPric W EnryDayLowPrke EvcryDaytowPric* iomniuy

Street Starke Bradford 5/23 4tp 613NOTICE Mr. Jim Temple, Superintendent .UNT I SWIFT LIBBY'S ,.u.
County, Florida 32091 intendsto Iced Tea SNACK S..Whl..
register said fictitious name Bradford County Schools ADE3l PACK | CHILI CORN
under the provisions of aforesaid OF INTENTIONTO 5/23 3t 6/6 MIX _....... ,.UIT. ...... ..... CAULIFLOWER

statute. DISSOLVE 2... 99c 2/$1 IS.. 39<<
Sandra Alvarez, sole owner. CORPORATIONS AND Filing Cabinents; office fur ",.It ao.. C.N / H'AOo 49c

D.Dated 1974 this at Starke 8th day, Florida of May, A. ENTITIES niture Bradford; index County file Telegraph.drawers.TF C PARE. .DaYLO'.''CI,.:. ''To.N"1 :;' 'COMPARE' D%:MKI"': :' 'COMPARE'; ? ; :' '

Notice is
5/9 4t 530NOTICE hereby given under
provision of Section 608.36, V..g Turkeys I ::LIaP-'u 49c ,G. I Cooked Ham ..U:='.a. s149 2G. I Cheese Slices wo: :: ;:a:D 89c rat

OF INTENTIONTO Florida Statutes, to each corporation UsersK.INKUNl10:01T. S119 20. i Boneless I Hams ::: S3'9' Soft Oleo '.N .
REGISTER or entity listed below, : : ;: .. ::c'.o 49 c

FICTITIOUS NAME the same being required by Calked Ham Ito,ID S149 30. Franks ,
Florida law to pay a tax on its net : Oscar Mirer :: :.:: 99c 20. : Oleo Quarters TNIUIIAD 39iless "

Pursuant to Section 865.09 income, that according to the "' Franks ':0"I"" ::" 5ge t4. I Sunnyl'd Sausage.Di..c:? ::: sl" 10. r Cream Cheese ':a': ':;'o': 39c IG.

by Florida given Statutes that the notice undersignedMary is here records State it appears of the that Department each such of ked Bologna "w:;op' 7ge 1.1 : Normal Franks1;a 9ge 20. : Low Cal Yogurt .':o N:a' 23e ..

Starke Martin, Florida, 2229 32091 Raiford Road doing, for corporation a year to or file entity its report has failed and =- Clipped Meats IDOP:,;' 43e .. I Roll Sausage ". _' 5ge 10, : Cottage Cheese 'ru::'c'u:;:' 5ge 4.

business under the firm name ofCHARLIE'S pay its fee under provisions of '
CARPET AND IN Sections 608.3205 and 608.332, A.k

STALLA TlON", 126 N. Court Rorida Statutes respectively; EvcryDayLowPricc EvcryDayLowPricc EvcryDayLowPricc EvcryDayLowPricc

St., Starke, Bradford County, further under provision of Charley
Florida 32091, intends to register Section 608.36 such corporations PUNCH KRAFT Pantry 100% PURE FLORIDAORANGE

said fictitious name under the or entities have been E.
provisions of aforesaid statute. classed as inactive and subjectto LAUNDRY MAYONNAISE PrideSUGAR

Mary Martin, sole owner. dissolution.
Dated this 30th day of April, Sixty Days after publication of Johns
A. D. 1974 at Starke Florida. this notice the name of each DETERGENT: .: WMM

54tp 523NOTICE corporation or entity that has About This Question
not, in the meantime, filed its e FROZEN
report and paid its fee will be 6oz 6lCOMPARE1
OF INTENTIONTO certified to the Governor of the "New package policies are A, CANS

REGISTER State of Florida, who will issue a
appearing offices,
FICTITIOUS NAME corporation proclamation or entity.dissolving such retailers and D OAT p tei28c'LO"*' ''':'' ;COMPARE D;:c,"b:' :' COMPARE; ou* ICI I LQ f:tDAT ','D:;'

Pursuant to Section 86509
Florida Statutes, notice Is here- (sl) Richard (Dick) Stone combine wholesalers.theft They Facial Tissue ::;;'IV.tOO MIDI Cf 2. Dulcito Peppers "<>< 45 4> 'Sandwich Spread "..:r.: :.... SSe 4.

James by given Trowel that),the, P. undersigned O. Box 421, Secretary of State and ,a publicliability great Aluminum Foil ,I.w w'.1 67 2. r Macaroni Dinners r".,* 29c !. MayonnaiseMayonnaise ""r::: 75e 12.

Lake Butler Florida, doing 371599 Andrews of number **'MIDI 37c ; ""' "' Blue
Drugs of optional Utility Wrap ?::: .i cr 4. Quick Grits "ssi": 22 1< plats 87cMM 12.
firm of
business under the name
Keystone Heights, Inc.
"STARKE SEA FOOD", 212 E. 399821 BAJO Enterprises, Inc. coverages with broad Trash Bags c..?::::t'"' 49c ," Proteen Gelatin .DI 99c 10. I Salad Dressing ">:a,: '" 61e 2..

Washington Avenue, Starke, 003259 Bank of Lake Butler fire coverage-at a 10 Yard ""' '1D1 "" u" "' i I SI 19WOI
Bradford County,' Florida 003294 Bank of Starke per cent to 20 per cent Leaf Bag /01': 65c 4. r Cake Mix -.. 49c I. Peanut Butter Kill 1MNTIV 4.

fictitious 32091 intends name to register under said the 003286 312552 Bradford Ben-Star County Farms Bank Inc. premium saving. Does Dole Pineapple :aS:: 51s1 25. ; Pancake Mix "",".'.:'"- 29c s. Catsup x ot MIOI O Oil/7 4,

provisions of aforesaid statute. 790096 Bradford County the Charley E. Johns Apple Sauce '..::ONI01: 93c .. Pancake Mix "TJ";: : '' 49 10. r Mustard '.";;,-' 2/37c/ 4.

James Trowell, sole owner. Strawberry and Vegetable Agency: invite business Apple '"'" '" 49 4. i TTST:: ,.. Crown Mustard
Sauce Flour ygc
Dated this 30th day of April, Growers Association firms to consult about ...:" /01 2/25c/ 41JOHNSONS

A. D. 1974 at Starke, Florida. 790958 Bradford Strawberry '""" .. '"' 'u
5/2 4t 523NOTICE Co-Operative these new package Chunk Apple Sauce ; 43c ; Cooking Oil "N'vj': : Sp9 G. ; Sweet Mix Pickle "V.0"65c 4.

718761 Crosby Lake Cemetery policies Grapefruit Juice : ::.s PaOI SPaS 39c 3. I Lighter Fluid "'= ':. ::of 38e II Torridor Peppers 1181 42c Itr"'yDttylow"ice

Association, Inc
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Florida Statutes, notice is here- Loan Association of Starke
by given that the undersignedBen 790135 Florida Satsuma PHONE: 4-3O7O ;
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FOR SALE: Registered Angus
cows. Heifers and bull calves. FOR RENT 12' MOBILE HOME: 24x60 2 INSURANCEAT ------...
J. B. White. Ph. 964-6114 wide mobile' bedroom 2 bath, familyroom SSAVE-
or homes
outside REDUCED RATES Cash & Tires
city limits. J. Carry
964-6775. tfchg. central air and heat.
964-6114. If no Total electric. Ph. AUTO FIRE BOAT
----------- 964-8023.
.412 E CALL
answer call 9648775. tfchg. 5/16 4tp 6/6 DOYLE E.CONNER FRED DAVIS
------- TIRESFRONT All of Mobile and BaseC.
-- --- Types
freezer, 8 month old dryer, 8 FOR SALE: 5 room house, TCHG BUICK PONTIAC"A tlji END B. Equipment
HP riding tractor and lawn FOR RENT: Vacancy Bradford furnished or unfurnished. LITTLE RIDE CAN J 8t

mower, 20 gauge double Village Apt. For Info. pall Carport, large lot. 514 W. SAVE YOU A LOT"TF' BRAKE SERVICE SHOP AND SAVE AT BILL'S
barrel shotgun. 314 Church Strout Realty, Inc., Reg. Adkins Street. Ph. 964-6194. Adult Mobile GREEN COVE SPRINGS
Street after 4 p.m. weekdays. Broker. 2117 N. Temple Ave. 1tp 5/23 964-5800 Before Prices Go Up
Itp 5/23 Ph. 9646609. tfchg. ------------ Home ParkIN
------------ FOR SALE: Five acres with two QUALITY TIRES 8c WE HAVE LINEAR AMPLIFIERSBill
modem homes.Ph. 964-6541. CITY UMITS S3O A MONTH
FOR SALEI! Fresh squash, we FOR RENT:3 bedroom house on"Ca" 1tp 5/23 WALK TO NEIGHBORHOOD WELL DRILLING SERVICE FOR LESS Makes Outdoor Plexiglass Adve.tlsl"BSIB"S.
pick or you pick. Hampton, Kingsley Lake. .
533'232a ------------ TFN As Well/ 4 s Pointed Signs
468-1315. Itp 5/23 5/16 2tp 5/23. GROCERY AND NEW 2" & 4" Wells --- ... Also Home"I 1 Magnetic Sign Co.
------------ -------- SHOPPING CENTER
---- New 3 bedroom homes, some NO PETS TF
YARD SALE: May 23, 24. FOR RENT: Small fumished with no down\ payment if you JO-LU COURT Jet Submersible & BILL'S C. B. AND EQUIPMENT
Aquarium, TV, antiques, 313 house. Suitable for individual qualify. Others with low down Shallow Wells
Christian Street, Starke. Up or couple, desirable locat.o.. payment.All U.S. 301 SOUTH United FarmAgencyInc 944-8344 Stark, Florida
5/23 M. A. Payne Ph. 964-6560 PHONE 964-8B1O State Licensed & Bonded 321 Nor In Temple Avenue
after 5 in Union and I
------------ p.m tfchg.AUTOMOBILES. size acreage
------------ Bradford counties. Member Fla. & National

HOUSE VACUUMS 206 N.Temple(US-301)) Sports Sta-Rite Pumps & Water PAUL FAULKNERBROKERIRENE

Many brands of new vacuum, 964-6622 FAULKNER-ASSOC
$3900 up. .Used machine, USEDII Nile 468-1753 MORE BOAT FOR Conditioners ROBERT FAULKNERASSOCLOUISE Assembly Applicants NeededAt
from $10.
Expert Repairs al MCRAE-ASSOC..
makes. Parts and Accessories STARKE PH 964-5791 Ellis Coleman Owner
for all vacuums. Built I in FOR SALE: 1973 Plymouth 4 dr. 2305 N. TEMPLE AVE General Electric

central vacuum cleaning I Valiant. Good condition, new COMPLETE OUTBOARD & Formerly of Starke STARKE FLA. 964-5O65

systems. 712 N. Main,, tires. Call 964-5630 after 5 440 Acres Bradford County land. STERN DRIVE SERVICE 481-2883 WANT TO SELL OR BUY
Gainesville 3767110. TF p.m. 1tp 5/23 See us for terms. AND REPAIR REAL ESTATE? .Immediate openings for light assembly production
------------ Hawthorne tlchg CALL US FOR BEST PRICES operators on night shift ((2nd and 3rd).
FOR SALE: 1962 Volkswagen, 3 BR, 2 Baths, Masonry, Cent PROSPECTS WAITING TFCHG
tires and battery like new, heat/air. Family room, Closed In REPAIR .-High dexterity and aptitude for assembly work are all
MISCELLANEOUSBILLS I recently rebuilt engine. Call 5 garage, large lot, excellent CUSTOM' BOATS I the requirements necessary.No .
p.m. only 9648750. Itp 5/23.

------------ HOME SALESHWY. .. ,
OLINS training
3 BR, 1 bath Masonry home experience or particular educational

FOR Convertible SALE:, 1968 Pontiac A/C GTO full with 3 acres of land, outside acE( &lLmrn 100 W. PH. 964-5606
city paved road.
HOME REMODELING power, console AM-FM radio, 'I.. ..-Apply between the hours ol
SERVICE: Hectrical, plumbing power antenna. 46,000 TREE .SERVICE 'U( 8 a. m. and 4:30: p.m. Monday
actual 20 Acre tracts available for through Friday at the plant located on Highway 441,12 miles
and Fast quick
carpentry. miles. Excellent condition. ALL TYPES TRtE:: WORK LARGE SELECTION OP PRE-OWNED a
sale. north of Gainesville.
service and emergency $1,195. Ph. 473-4406 or 473- BULLDOZIER LAND REPOSSESSED HOMES IN GOOD
service. If its in the home we 4357 tfchg. CLEARINGCOMPLETELYINSURED
Very nice lot on N. Temple Ave. CONDITION AT A REASONABLE PRICE
do it. Call 964-8087. 1tp 5/23 AND LICENSED
fast of Court House 50 x 200 TF
feet (approximately) priced FREE ESTIMATES


club forming, an contact'Evel Kinevil"Steve fan .J.THOMAS 621 N.Walnut, REALTOR JAX.STARKE 76B8522OR 964-9935 Baxter I General {|e, ; ) ElectricAn

Whitehead at 9646512. Itp
5/23/ lOST: Saturday, between 964-6162 12 TP 6/27

------------ Eckerds and Winn
ladies Paul Breguot white Dixie gold LILLIAN C.PEARSON ,- Painting l Contractor Equal Opportunity Em plover

TRADE: Have water front Island diamond ASSOCIATELawley782.3806 TF
watch. 496-
lot, Florida Keys, 25 miles 2494. Reward. 1tp 5/23 PumpsNew ResidentialCommercial
South of Miami for lot on .
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Hampton Lake. Ph. 964-8402,
Lasher. Itp 5/23 FOUND: Brown 18 month old And UsedSALES 964-5236 --l
Dachshund. See at 835 S.
Parker St. Itp 523EEDTO Your
Serving The Starke and Keystone Kingsley
YOU ------------ Real Estate PARTS ,
DONE? Disc, plowing, etc. SERVICE Heights Area.
Call 964-6994 after 5 p.m. any TF
evening. Itp RENT I
------------ Sell- Trade- I Plumbing Supplies Custom Line HomesLet
Buy r e S e a 0 e S e e e a e e e e7
CLEARING, fill dirt and AppraisalsCALL EXPERT SERVICEON i
7 miles south of Starkeon topsoil WANTED TO RENT: 3 bedroom DILL POWELL 1'. We Mow All Size Lawns- : I Us Bid On Your Job ,

301. Ph. 468-1420.5tp 5/23 house in Starke, unfurnished.Ph. REAL ESTATE ALL MAKES ,.

------------ 964-7196a964-6411 1tp 964-6464 PHONE 9647O61Durrance 1_ :' Edge Trim & Fertilize Your Plans Or Ours t

SAWS 5/23/ S;; f Lawns & Flowers
------------ : )

leave guaranteed.at Jackson Call 964-7509 Building or Ralph Bryan I PUMP SUPPLY co. I I ,1 ) Free Estimates I, Visit Our Models In Beautiful

Supply, Starke or Keystone WANTED 964-6208
Heights. Tfchg. t 864-N.TEMPLE AVE. 964.8440 After 6 P.M. ,
Bob Milner Montclair Orange Park Fla.

STARKE CYCLE CENTER, 207N. Green's Lawn Service ,
Temple Ave. Ph.964-6020 9646026Acreage :
Your authorized HODAKA WANTED: Cook at Garden ,
Or Call
1 to
dealer Restaurant. Apply In person 100 2698 --- -- --------
--- tfchg.------ 5/9 3tchg. 5/23 Bradford &Alachua I

per WANTED: Cleaning lady, applyin Nice 3 BR :2 bath home at 264-2285 964-6464
time while two
spare earning person. Own transportation Hampton. Call Bob for COMPLETE BUILDING SERVICE
complete wardrobes a year. preferred. 1327 E. Call St. 5/9 details after 6:00 at 964- 964.5270 I Orange Park Starke Fla.
For information call 964-7430. PHONE 219 E WASHINGTON ST I ,
5/9 3tp 523LICENSED 3tchg 5123WANTED 6026. STARKE.FLACongoleum
------------ NEW-3 BR. :Z Bath Central
: "A qualified School Heat and Air Carpet, on Shinyl Vinyl"THE 1
DAY NURSERY: wooded high-dry acre lot, NO WAX FLOOR"
Teacher who is Born Again, $4se[ EQ
Fenced yard meal provided. believes the Bible to be the outside city. Two to choose COMPLETELY INSTALLED COMPARE AT S6 5O
Infants/ up reasonable. By Word of God, willing to from. PER SQ YD II
hour.week.day. Ph. 9648464. sacrifice to pioneer a New 3 BEDROOM :2 bath C. B. Bill Powell 964-6810
tip 516.CUSTOM Christian School at Hampton, with Heat and Air Carpet Beautifully SculpturedHI TF'CHG
------------ beautiful In Starke. IS x 30 LOW NYLON I .
Fla. Call 468-1666 or write --.--------- ... .... -
MADE draperies, Rev. Melvin Hamel Box 208, family room with fire place. MANY COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM EXCEEDS fC o_
bedspreads and slipcovers, Hampton, Ra. 5/9 4tchg 5/30 FHA. SPECIFICATIONS COMPLETELY ..pShag D( f I
your material or ours. Ph.964- 6WO1
cellent Location
8808. 5/23 4tp 6/13 WANTED: Afternoon cook, 2- '
------------ 376-4551 THE CARPET WITH THE NOW LOOK I
10. Apply at Orchard Beautiful Building and coo MANAGERTRAINEESCallahan
FREE: Female Pointer and 5 Restaurant or Phone 468- bile home lots inside and out 4222 NW 13th St. 100% CONTINUOUS FIL NYLON MANY TF J
month old pup want new 1211. Waldo. 5/16 2tp 5/23 side city. Gainesville COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM COMPLETELY $1.95
home. Call 468-1893. It 5/23 ------------ INSTALLED OVER RUBBER PADDING PER SO YD Lake City, Starke
---- ---- ---- Want to have one built? We

MOBILE HOME MOVING. Also WANTED Used furniture can help you there also. and Jacksonville
washers Dah-
mobile home hurricane an
choring and mobile home roof mer's Discount House. tfchg CHECKWITHUS
coating. Olin's MOBILE Home WE MAY HAVE WHAT I Help Recipe for Success

Service 964-6606 Rt. 100 W. YOU WANT
Starke, Fla. LET US HELP YOU

LOSE WEIGHT: Safely and fast t HELP WANTED ) r APPLICATIONS Basic Ingredients

with X-11 Diet Plan, 300.
REDUCE Excess Fluids with BRASINGTONCADILLACOLDSMOBILE ARE NOW BEING 1. The ability and intelligence to maximize your po
X-Pel, 300. Money Back tential.
15tchg 725Sewing full and part time, nightly SALES&SERVICEFine 2. The dedication and attitude required to demon.
janitorial work. Apply in selection at Used Cars
--- strata hard
ability work.
-------- your through
person. 5/162tp 5/23. Taken On Cadillac Trades

---- -------- 2001 N.W.13th .37S-5301
3. The aggressiveness to
necessary pursue your car.
Machine HELP WANTED: GAINESVILLER. GAINESVILLE ExperiencedSewing eer objectives on a long term basis.

V. Motorhome
Repair manufacturer recruiting CAR 4. A company that has position openings and a

All makes cleaned, oiled and PENTERS, PLUMBERS, working environment that recognizes and rewards

adjusted! ,) All work guar. electricians. AND METAL Two Months : Machine results.
anteed. James Strickland, personnel. Full-time employ-
Mix all of these ingredients in our two-week training
ment, industry wage rates
Morgan Road and SR16. Ph.
964-8733 with benefits. Apply irf person Free Rent! program, constantly adding large doses of experience
tfchg or 7823189. anytime, Recreational Enter MechanicPaid : : and knowledge the final product is

prises Corp.,3705 S. W. 42nd BRADFORD
Race just off 1-75 Williston

Road exit. 904-372 6387.516 PARK '. Vacation Paid Holidays "You"Ready
6/8. ,
--- To Grow With Us?

GET 12 MO. FOR THE If you have the basic ingredients please apply

4340 103rd StreetJacksonville
FOR RENT: Furnished cottage. Fla. (Friday. May 17. ,-1))
Also furnished and unfurnished SEWER.WATER. ELEC. Apply In Person 7:30 A.M. To 4:00 P.M.

apartments. W. H. SALE: 12x60, 2 bedroom Adult Park 312 W. Madison Street
Nollman. tfchg. mobile home. A/C. fully Slarke. Fla. (Friday. May 17. 3-4)
------------ Low 964-5988 Ca.
carpeted. Vogue Manufacturing
FOR RENT: Two/ bedroom payment, assume psyrtdients.Ph. HWY301NORTH Eagle Family Discount Stores, Inc.
.964-6214. office,782-3665
mobile homes on Griff Loop. 1757 N TEMPLE 710 S. Water St. Starke Fla.
No pets. 9648246. 1tp 5/23 home. It 5/23 An l 4u.1 l Opportunity....pllf.r
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"I'a fi::,':2(1( TELEGKAPII May 23,1974 -------

NDTICE Union County' To Explores JL

The City i Of Starke Has Been Reopening Of HospitalLAKE l

muiet,uue 4>u of

BUTLER A week Commissioner Gerald trustees and staff, as well as Williston Memorial Hospital,
long series of special sessionsof Griffis also brought up the long time community was on hand Tuesday to meet

Forced To Add A the county commission, fact that there were no residents, paint a picture of a with the commissioner's

board of hospital trustees, operating funds currently hospital that some say should committee and trustees. Once

concerned citizens groups available to the hospital and never have been built, was, again lending advice freely, in
and final meeting Saturdaynight suggested the doctors talk an effort to help Union

conducted by State over their two plans together General open its doors to the

Representative George and meet with the liason public.
FUEL ADJUSTMENT t SURCHARGEHerels Grosse, have failed to do more committee and trusteesThut'sday July of 1972 saw Drs. Bruce
Goldstein and
night with a com +a. Robert Mark-
promise plan that would be r I man of the National Health

iL suitable to both physician t Service Corps open an NHSC
groups and allowable by the clinic In the old King
4a Division of Corrections. Memorial Hospital building.

Thursday night's meeting Both doctors were from New

Why came, but only one trustee York State, both wore long
presented himself and this hair. Goldstein had a beard,
only after hearing several and in August of 1972 when
emotion filled pleas and this reporter first talked with

argument from the citizens them they said they felt
1 group headed by Pernini.! The D 4 somewhat like Jewish

INVOICE No. 001355, Dated May 6, 1'74 t i.. doctors, with the exception of Yankees in a Southern style

STANDARDOIL COMPANY ?r Garcia and a colleague, also King Arthur's Court. The
LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY stayed away from the } f l community was reluctant to

meeting. t accept t them as reflected by

BULK CHEVRON GAL. PRICE Garcia told the com ,fit the fact they were seeing as
x missioners that he felt that if few as two to three patientsper

Fuel they knew the trusteesweren't Dr. Vladimir llolowatsch. day when patients came to
Heating No. 2 $1,858.75This
6,946.00 rIf'r the clinic at all.
doing their job, as Union County's last physician,
ey CU., i 1 .rii charged by members of the will be moved to King Goldstein and Markman
( 31f1 I ; crowd, adding the commissioners Memorial. persisted and it was with their
,y. help that Union General
were negligent by
Is an invoice for diesel fuel used by the Electric Power Plant to generate electricity. ,. w:: allowing them to continue to finally opened its doors to the

Issue wearies Clerk Robert operate the hospital.It and is now a burden to the public on December 4, 1972
The power plant will use this amount or more daily when natural gas is cut off,due to short supply of gas. Driggrrs. was at this point that J. D. county and has thus far, ac- and under the direction of a

Griffis, unrecognized by the cording to County Com new board of trustees and the

public, asked Smith for the missioner Paul Riherd, hospital's second administrator
Gas is Cut Off than explain why Union
General Hospital closed on floor and told Pernini that he pumped some $175,000 the Gilbert Slatton.
felt he was "....damned un- hospital for operating funds Slatton was the second of
50 Per Cent of the Year.This Monday of this past week.
Reopening of the hospital is fair" in making his comments alone, in addition to a raise in ficially listed administrator,
about the lack of effort the the millage/ from 1.5 to 3.0 although during the interim
still being explored, county
officials trustees had put into the mills to bring in an estimated from July to October of '72 the

great increase has forced an increase In fuel adjuttment on city electric bills. Last Monday say. it was announced hospital until such time as he $52,000 per year just for trustees were helped by

went out and looked at operational expenses. retired Bradford County
THIS IS EFFECTIVE JULY 1st UTILITY BILLS. by Trustees Chairman hospital records. Griffis said Union General, like the Hospital administrator Bob
W. B. Lewis that Union
mother of invention born
was Edmondson.
that he agreed with the crowd
General would close it's doorsto

May 1974 Cost $1,858.75 April 1973 Cost $778.65 funds the public to continue due to operatingthe a lack of open calling, just for the as hospital did the to other re- out of King necessity.Memorial Lake Hospital Butler'sold Slatton October, hired, opened by the boardin the

trustees, who also wanted it long used and with an average hospital under his administration
$1,080.10 increase modern 25 bed facility that
open and not closed. daily patient census in the 30's in December '72
opened some 18 months ago. when it closed in 1967 too
was and in
suddenly resigned
"There is
just no to
Lewis also noted that the
much a part of an earlier era of
January 1972. "Personalreasons"
hospital had patients admitted operate it, Griffis said.
After an hour and one half of to be renovated to modern is the way the account
NOTEThis from May 10 until the early standards of accreditation.King i
of his and
from the
hours of May 12 when a argument public
Memorial had
is 11.080.10 increase per truck load of 6.946 mother delivered her baby in gallery, the commissioners several set after emptyfor thecommunity's the reason behind it are listed.
years Sources within the
present passed a motion hospital
the maternity unit. Both I
gallons used dally OR AN INCREASE OF 51,080.10PER mother and child were agreeing to the demands that only physicianleft currently point to certain I
due to personal illness.
they contact Governor Reubin items of stock still unused ,
discharged from the hospitalon
DAY WHEN ENGINES ARE RUNNING ON Wednesday of last week Askew for his assistance in County Robert sitting on hospital shelves as
opening the hospital. Driggers will tell you that an the real reason for his demiseas
and further have
no patients
who made
architect a surveyof head of the
DIESEL OIL. The public left the meetingand organization.
been,and Lewis says no more King Memorial when the While
stood outside the cour administrator,
will be admitted.
county tried to re-open the Slatton hired the
thouse making plans for a current
Tuesday of last week the
hospital told him, "The best director of nurses, !Mrs
Friday morning car to
first with convoy
meetings began, a thing you could do with this Blanche Lashley. Mrs
Additional Certification is presented in a special special commission session that of the was county Com "We have made many at building would be to have a Lashley was acting interim I
bulldozer it and
push over
put administrator after Slatton

report to the- City Council by Purvis, Gray and, Smith mission appoint Chairman a three J. Felton man governor tempts and to if contact there is such the a Tae a new County one in declined it's place.the" resigned and continued to hold
that in
position addition
committee composed of man in his chair, I wonder
Company, Certified CPA's. County Clerk Robert where the hell he is;Pernini destructive suggestion and the being director of nurses,
building was kept. the that
during period saw
Driggers Commissioner said.Friday Union General was the only
administrator number three
Gerald Griffis, and County morning near 9 a.m.a ,
Attorney Hal Y. Maines, to act group of less than a dozen alternative available if the Dan Whitehead of Crestview,
Union County citizens left the county was to provide local Fla. hired and never arrive to
as a liason committee bet
CERTIFIED FUDUIC ACCOUNTANTS ween the commission, boardof front of Union General medical care for the people. accept the position. She also
After miles of red the
where had tape, handled the hospital's
Hospital, they purchasing
oar orricc BOX ooa aaa NORTHEAST: '.T STRICT trustees and a concerned built
hospital was by Tharpe
to supplies and
gathered put placards on
citizens group headed by local
TCLLPMONC; 378-a4Ctl AREA CODE 0O4GAINESVIIl their and headed Construction Co. of Jacksonville equipment.
May 20, 1974 contractor Richard Pernini cars for the
for total cost of almost
FLORIDA 326OI and his wife.A state capitol. a Mrs. Lashley was relievedof
joint meeting of the Late Friday afternoon came 900000. Funding from her interim administration

The City Council ACCOUNTANTS'; DISCLAIMER:!f! commission committee and the announcement from various federal agencies duties by administrator

City of Starke the trustees was held Tuesday Pernini, who did not make the along with pledged race track number four, Harrell Lynch.
that had revenue funds saw the Lynch, who current Board of
afternoon and it was during trip, group not
SLarke Florida built
the In-
contacted Governor Askew hospital near Trustees Chairman Buck
this meeting that Lewis and
Brown but had managed to been andheard tersection of SR-100 and SR- Lewis said "Was a good
trustee Carl chargedby
121 at the eastern edge of Lake
The! accompanying Statement of Estimated Cost of Fuel the director of nurses at by Grosse. man, we were
Adjustment for the four months Pernini announce at that Butler during 197071. Later it misinformed when we

ended September 30, 1974, Statement of Operating Revenues Expenses and Cash Transfers Union Lashley General, as being, Mrs.the two Blanche men time that a meeting would be took raising the millage/ levied checked him out," was not a
from 1.5 to 3 mills and
for the six months ended March 31 1974 and 1973, and Percent of Cost of Electric responsible for closing the held in the civic center at $100,000 bond sale to obtain a hospital administrator but as
rather had
Sales to nlcctric; Sales for the perloJ of October 1 1972 through April 30, 1974, decision hospital had, stated come at that a special the evening.Lakeside Park on Saturday operating funds for the been purported a maintenance super

were not audited by us and we express no opinion on them. meeting of the trustees held Between Friday morningand hospital.It should. be noted that the visor in another hospital.
the Lynch resigned, without
Saturday night any
the morning before and that a

Estimates of number of days of curtailment of; natural gas were obtained from your unanimous hospital's closure vote in favor had of been the meeting bers of his, Pernini group had and printedand mem- an hospital act of itself the state was created legislatureand as explanation time from being the interim given at administrator the

supplier 1 timates: of gallons of fuel oil consumption per day were obtain from received from the full board, passed out to county specifically control of vested the institution in the Mrs. Lashley, or

your plant superintendent. Since these are estimates wish to emphasize that we including trustee W. A. notifying residents the 1,000 public posters of the Board of Trustees who formed after the trustees he took, only the post.two weeks
Campbell and J, D. Griffis.
express no opinion on their the Union County Hospital Retired
accuracy Lewis also charged duringthe meeting, what it was about Army Lt. Col.
and pleading for support District. James H. Nichols was hired in
Q.u' ( Tuesday afternoon The first hospital board of June 1973 administrator
: Saturday night saw what as
l""fJl1> meeting that Mrs. Lashleyhad
XJIttt -rlntJJ been partially responsible City Councilman T. S. trustees were appointed by number five and the hospital
former Governor Claude Kirk
for the closure due Thomas, Jr. said was the appeared to be prospering
hospital's in December of 1970.
under his administration.Just .
largest turnout of public
to her "indiscriminate buying
STATEMENT OF ESTIMATED COST OF FUEL ADJUSTMENT (UNAUDITED) practices" and cited a pur- spirited citizens he had ever great The deal appointment of opposition met with from a Nichols prior Dr.to the arrival of
seen in a lifetime of living in
CITY of made
OF STARKE. FLORIDA chase some $2,100 the Board of County Com- Holowatsch came to the
FOR THE FOUR MONTHS ENDED SEPTEMBER 30. 1974 only Lashley last without month obtaining by Mrs. The Saturday night missioners, at the time community under a $24,000
chaired Commissioner
meeting, chaired by Grosse, by guaranteed salary contract
ESTIMATED FUEL prior approval. Gerald Griffis. Griffis
NEEDS: re-emphasized the fact that adoptedthe with the trustees and openedhis
Tuesday night- a special
the trustees had indeed doneas position, and won support offices, furnished by the
session of the com-
Fuel Oil from Commissioner Shelton! '
:_ trustees in
Union General
much as they felt they !
mittee met with the public and
Arnold and the local
press, .
could Hospital.Dr.
two of doctors from and that there was indeed
groups that the hospital was county Robert Markman left
no with which to
within the county.Dr. money
prisons owned and should
county the NHSC
clinic and Dr.
run the hospital."It .
43 Days @ 8.000 Gallons Per Day @ 27c Per Gallon $ 92,880 speaking. Eduardo for a three physician Garcia, doesn't matter," Grosse operated. Griffis and the 'Goldstein stayed to go it alonein

'. from the Reception and said, "what kind of a businessyou Board were later told by a re operating the clinic and
group of the
presentative governor'soffice
run, when are working with Holowatsch to
Medical Center, stated that he you
that had control
bankrupt, will have to they no staff the hospital.
ready as were his you
was ,
Remaining In Budget After May 1974 Payment (Deficit) (10. 515) colleagues to volunteer their cease operation and the whatever and in should operating the Just after the first an-

off duty time to staff the hospital has had to close it's hospital hands, off. keep their niversary of the hospital'sopening
hospital and hold evening doors. It takes about$1,500 per Dr. Masoud
clinics at no cost to the county day to run the hospital and The original. Board of Mohamadi, a surgeon of
Amount Needed for Fuel Oil for their services.A there just is not that amount trustees resigned enmasse Iranian extraction from
103,395 second five physician coming into the facility. June 30, 1972, after becoming Quincy,Fla. was convinced by
deadlocked with the com Nichols and the trustees to
Saturday night's meeting
I group medical, technician represented E. by C. appeared to have ac- mission on the question of 'come to the community undera

Natural Gas ; Becan, stated they also stood complished little more than hospital control. The hospitalhad $40,000 per year guaranteed

ready to come into Lake partly satisfying the public's been completely empty salary contract and given free
$ demand for verification of for more than a year while the offices In the old King
27,083 establish
Butler, a private
79 @ $351.73
Days Per Day feud continued.
practice and staff the what the trustees had been Memorial Hospital building.Six .
group hospital. This grow saying for a full week. It did It was during the period of months after the first

Union Correctional PnsUtute appear though that the argument, over whether the anniversary celebration heldon

(68.852)) ((41,769)) in Raiford indicated that they meeting may have at least trustees would assume responsibility Dec. 4, this past year,
Remaining in Budget After May 1974 payment' for the hospital by Nichols
would not charge the countyor provided a bit more under- resigned and on
the trustees for services standing and support for the lease or outright deed from April 17 left the hospital. His

other than for their negotiations that the trustees the county, that UnionCeneral'a reason for leaving was givenas
fees will be carrying out over the first administrator, to take up better offer
room chargedto
AMOUNT NEEDED TO SEPTEMBER 30, 1974 FOR COST OF FUEL 61,626 emergency next few weeks. Floyd Miller, was hired. nearer to his family in
patients. Miller/ as it turned out, Alabama.
that attended all
An impass in the two plans People or
came when it was disclosed by part of the week long session would be the first hired, Sources within the hospitalsay

Garcia that there might be of meetings are in some instances longest staying on the job, that the reason for
DEFICIT FOR SIX MONTHS ENDING MARCH 31 1974 (Exhibit B) 89,641 two different interpretationsto still shaking their first to resign (at the same Nichol's leaving, which also

be read from a directive heads and asking questions time as the trustees) and the came as a sudden surprise to

.,. from Division of Corrections that ask "how" and why." only administrator up to date the community, was due to his
Director Louis Wainwright'soffice Answers to a good many of spend one full year working. not taking full responsibility

TOTAL NEEDED TO BREAK EVEN $151,267'dt that Garcia said would those questions are to be foundin in the hospital. for the hospital's purchasing,

allow the men to function the accounts of the hospital Union General didn't open much of what Lewis has said
: only previously published, public until six months after Miller was still being done by Mrs.
..i/,< as long as they did so only for and the original trustees .
records of meetings held, and Laahley.
the benefit of the communityand '
BUDGETED REVENUE UNCOLLECTED ELECTRIC SALES APRIL 30, 1974 ,$433.742 Garcia interpreted this to of course the hospital's resigned/( first Miller would also be Lewis said during the
mean that establishing aprivate records themselves, he of a successive stringof course of a public meeting
augmented by sources from administrators, that Tuesday that Mrs. Lashley
practice,as suggested
number, now totaling five In
within the organization. purchased some $2,100
Becan's would
by group, not
PERCENT NEEDED TO INCREASE ELECTRIC SALES TO BREAK EVEN 34.87 be allowed by the Division; of The records and other data, less than two years of open worth of surgical instruments
Corrections. as well as statements from operation the hospital. this past month without obtaining -
board approval.

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