Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04001
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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 22, 1975
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:04001
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Hospital, "if"., II Curb

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Improve ; 'iij H ti .., Sees Brooker

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STARKE "It just shows

you what can be done," says :
Mrs. Inez Green of last I
Thursday's Bradford County ..
Hospital board meeting whena F'T Ta T- 4 :r

report showed the hospital to .
be in the best, financial shapein w# v Firem.enResign

months ,

"We're doing pretty' good,"
says Administrator K. D.
(Dick) Edmondson who told BROOKER- temporary curb on spending by the town of Brooker because present finances I i are< 1
r the trustees last Thursday the "a little tight" touched off a chain reaction which has resulted in mass resignations of the entire 1 '
bank balance was $53,726. five man fire department, leaving the lown at the mercy of other nearby cities in cast of 1 j

Mrs. Green, secretary of the emergency;
hospital board pointed out Mayor Hoy Carroll said Monday that he was caught by surprise by the unexpected action of Fire
that is enough to cover the Chief George Pierce and his volunteers, declaring that all he knew about it was what he read in the

next two payrolls contrast papers.
to past months when the Pierce said Tuesday he had mailed a registered letter to the Mayor, announcing!!: the resignations I "
trustees were worried about effective May 31, but had not received a receipt indicating that Carroll had received the letter

meeting,, the current week's Council Chairman Carl
payroll: Edwards, who just returned
receivable' home from a Gainesville
Accounts ,have
been reduced ,from around New Water Sewer hospital Monday, also said he
$500,000; 442109. The ac-, ( ,kA was in the dark concerning the
'counting machine is func- action, since he had missedthe

tioning ,properly now and a May 13 council meeting
clerk has been assigned to due to illness. '
collections as her main Rules Pierce had called a meetingof
responsibility.In ProposedFor the department last Friday
night, when the unanimous '
Other action May' }3,. the decision was made to resign.He j
hospital trustees: said the council had i
-Awarded numerous yearly refused to for items
bids for supplies at the City Of Starke chased by pay the" departmenteven pur-

monthly meeting, including Straight-A students ill Bradford High School for the fifth Third row: Legertha Hampton, Chuck Register, Joy Star though some $1,400
linen, bread, eggs, milk, fuel six-weeks grading period are (1-r( ): ling, Joy Saxon and Linda Williams. remained unspent in the$3,800
oil, and oxygen. There was Front: Teresa DeVore, STARKE City utility users control charge for a user with budgeted for the department's
only one bid on each item First row: Linda Richardson, Beth Crew, Cindy Edwards, Second row: Matthew Box, Johnny Hobos, Donna Pauley, will pay more to hook onto a "j-inch water line would be operation during the current
except for fuel oil and bread. Carolyn Holler, and Nancy Ilildreth. Debbie Mitchell, Sheila Starling, and Eve Futch. sewer and water service it $435, for a 1-inch line $775: 1.Mi- fiscal year. '
The trustees selected the was revealed Tuesday night, inch line $1,450, and a 2-inch Mayor Carroll said the
lower bread bid but chose to May 20, as the City Council line $2,320. ". council was temporarily cur- :
award the fuel oil contract to studied a revamped water and Water tap-on fees are higherin tailing because of I
the higher bidder because the 21 Earn At BHSSTARKE sewer ordinance proposed for the proposed ordinance, heavy expenses expenditures in the
firm had supplied fuel for the Straight-A's adoption within the next few Propose for larger users. completed paving of
hospital in 1973 when no other months. for single family recent a quarter miles of city
firm could. water and residences is an $80 fee for a
II Douglas Jennifer Jockel, Monthly sewer streets at a cost of $66,000.
block and Ashline Beth Eve
Twenty-one of Chapman,
-inch water line
The fuel oil bids came from service charges remain the % up slightly
Register Oil Co., 33.5 cents per some 1,000 Bradford High English. Futch, Legertha Hampton, Bobby Patterson, Danette same under the ordinance from $75 charged now. A one-' "We were running a little
gallon, and Thomas Oil Co., students or 2.1 percent, Debra Mitchell, daughter of Johnny Hobbs, Tony Osteen, Rodnque, Guy Stalnaker, proposed by city engineers inch water main would cost tight on funds, so I asked
earned straight-A's for the Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mitchell, Joy Saxon, and Jan Searle Laura Kay Thomas, Jenny $135 $5 Inch Pierce if he would along
32.1 cents per gallon. The Tomlinson Wain- since they were just increasedin up a ill- main go
current supplier is RegisterOil. fifth six weeks grading period Starke. Miss Mitchell'ssubjects Kathy 1974. however, would cost $300, up with us voluntarily until we
which ended and 54 are chemistry, Honor Roll Students with a wright, Larry White, Beverly
recently, stood
A new charge a water $100 from the present rate. A saw how we on finan-
the teacher's aide, Spanish III, B average, higher are: Meng Alicia Jackson, Karen "
more places on
The trustees voted 4-0 to pollution control charge, is 2-inch water line would cost ces, Carroll said.
continue with Kegsiter Oil Co.W'eretold..bChalrrn honor roll with grade English, physical education Seniors: : Crawford, and Harold Young. proposed in the new ordinpanc0,4eitye $500, up $225 from the present .One council member saidtbi.t
'"-, .- > ., ,AYersg.es\ .S.'U1..oJ.bj&IDt.t.:: & : ;: aidet' at' the,middle' school: James Brownlee} Kathy,_/x Sopnorricoww, Deborah"// sewerage.cppewtourers r.$27S.: '-. ,,4 >..r"'.,. .,\.. ? \ %freeze had been placed
.,George Shuford that he The' number of straight A Joy Starling, daughter of'Mr. Comerford, Joan Dyal, Candy Bradley, Keith Carter, Darla would be charged for TSewer tapon"feeiTwouraised ld'b& "'On\.ll spending due,to.U&uncertainty -**" I
doesn t know what the holdup academic and honor roll and Mrs. Lonzo Starling, Foster, Elva Hampton, David Christopher, Denise Durban, space their waste products $85. A tap-on clarifiedby of state revenue
ill on naming a replacementfor students has dropped since Lawtey. Miss Starling s Harper, Tony Hendrieth, Tina Susan Edwards, Jay Godwin, occupy in the capacity the Engineer Don Ruckman, sharing funds. "
Board Member Art Loudon last six weeks which is usualas subjects are' office practice, Kelly, Christine Lewis, Sheila Eoline Green, James Green sewerage treatment plant. It means the city crew connect- Pierce said one of the un-
who resigned. Shuford's own the school year nears a shorthand II, business Mack, Ramona Marchant, Denise Hersey, and Briar is a method of recovering the ing to a main sewer line with a paid bills was a $200 balance
certification just came a week close. The straight A'list includes English, teacher's aide, and Debbie Marshall, Lloyd Pa tray. cost of the plant. pipe going to the edge of the on self-contained breathing
ago after he had waited for 13 seniors, many who bookkeeping.Sheila Mosley, Larry Paterson, Freshman; Daria Bishop, For an average family resident's property. It wouldbe equipment used by firemen I
months. attend school on a part time Starling, daughter of Cindy Smith Terri Smith, Mark Box, Terry Carver, dwelling the proposed up to a local plumber to when entering smoke-filled
Awarded the lone bid for basis. Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Starling of Terry Thomas, Tia Thornton, John Cooper, Alisa Morris, pollution charge is $290. This hook the residence onto the buildings. County funds paid
Pharmaceutical products to Four freshman, only one Lawtey. Miss Starling takes Ed Watts, Randall Williams, Karen Reddish, Kenny would be a one time charge for stubbed line placed by the the other $800 of the total
Koch's Drug Store of Starke. sophomore, and three juniors business English, shorthandII Becky Hutchins, and Anne Rodrique, Margaret Smith, new users. Commercial users city.On $1,000 cost, Pierce said.
Trustee Inez Green praisedthe earned straight A's. office practice, and Page. Dale Taylor, Kathy Taylor, could pay up to $2,320. The unpaved streets the Another bill was for $150 to
service given by the firm bookkeeping.Part Jessicena Williams, Joy $290 charge is for the usual proposed sewer tap-on chargeis cover paving a portion of the
and moved that a $100 per Juniors are: time seniors earning Juniors: Robert Best, Williams, and Judith residential water lines of %- $185, up from $100 at pre driveway in front of the fire
month consultant fee be paid Teresa DeVore, daughter of straight A's include Sherrie Andrew Crews, Debora Williams. inches; the water pollution sent. On paved streets where station, the chief said.
for the service. Mr. and Mrs. John R. DeVoreof pavement must be broken to Pierce indicated the non-
Olin White of Koch's ex- Lawtey, Miss DeVore is make the tap-on, the charge payment of bills was not the
pressed appreciation for the enrolled in shorthand, annual would be $285, up from $200 only reason for the firemen's
offer but said it was not staff, physics, American Bradford County Is EligibleFor now. The fees are not action. "They (the council)
necessary. White said he History, trigonometry, and money mars, Engineer have no respect for the ,

\ i Sri-: Page WI) English Ruckman stressed to the city department, and have even .,
), Cindy Edwards, daughter of fathers, but barely covers the been critical because some of
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Edwardsof cost of the city sending a truck the firemen live out of town," 4
Kingsley Lake, Miss Edwards Federal Flood Insurance and crew to the site to do the Pierce said. ;

takes geometry, work. When asked if the firemen

teacher's aide, physics, Bradford County is eligiblefor federally-regulated or taking action before the July under the Act for enrolling-in A provision is also includedin would reconsider their actionif
humanities, American any 'the the ordinance to the council agreed to the
and 1, 1975 deadline imposed program. new charge pay
In- banks
the National Flood supervised savingsand
and drama. bills Pierce said
r, a ,; history, $3 per linear foot for lengthy "They'regoing
rod' effective loan institutions, Hunter
Jl Linda Williams, daughter of surance Program water connections. to have to do more than
Friday, May 23, it was an- said. While flood insurance is
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Williamsof Another provision providesfor that. I think we need a new
Miss Williams nounced yesterday by the U.' available to all residents of "
Lawtey, method of working agreement.
a calculating
S. Department of Housing and the county, it was emphasizedthat
takes Pierce said that fire'protection
shorthand, applied economic costs of extending sewer and ,,
Urban Development. the Federal
Spring mathematics, typing II, water lines into new areas and in the area surroundingthe
SPORTS BANQUET Advnaced PE, British lit., andteacher's Acting Federal Insurance!! sanctions against building pro-rating the cost of the proJect ,Brooker municipalitywould
J. Robert will to
Administrator assistance not apply
.i. Tonight be
aide. the residents to be transferred to the
!1 Thurs., May 22 Hunter said that individual property outside the danger among '
The only sophomore Is hooked onto the system. If a County Fire Department, but
sponsored by Nancy Hildreth, daughter of property owners here are now zones. project would cost $30,000 and he did not know what would
; All-Sports Club Mr.and Mrs. H.. R. Hildreth of eligible to purchase flood The limit of Insurance for would serve 15 customers, happen in the city
Members SI.OO insurance protection at af single-family homes is now
Kingsley Lake. Her coursesare County Fire Chief Harry
I.1k each customer would be
subsidized for other
Others$1.50 chemistry, Spanish II, fordable federally $35,000, and $1000,000 and y assessed $2,000, for instance.It Green concurred with Pierce
PE, Algebra II, anddriver' rates, offering more extensive residential non- the around,
poetry, concerning area
under the expanded residential The would take the burden of
New coverage buildings.
Armory education.The Brooker, but said the difficulty -
7:30 p.m. program authorized by the subsidized rate Is 25 cents per: w rA determining what to chargeon
j i ? would be that it was aboutan
Freshman are: 1973 Flood Disaster Protection $100 of' coverage for every water and sewer
18 to 20-minute to reach
No Speaker" Linda Richardson, daughterof residential, and 40 cents per extension off the council, run
that fire
: Coaches OnlyOne.act Mr. and Mrs. Tillma Act."Since flood insurance is $100 for non-residential d- at Ruckman pointed out. area. Regarding pro-
tection inside the Brooker
----- Richardson of Starke.. Miss now available" Hunter said, structures. Ruckman also strongly suggested city
Richardson takes algebra II, "the law requires that it must Contents of all residential that the council make sure limits just Green what said the he county'sresponsibility was not

TWO PLAYS geography, english, home be purchased by owners of buildings mav be.insured up to sanitary sewers a require- would be in that
economics modern science property in areas identified as ment for all new subdivisions.
For Price Of One
$10,000 unit at 35 cents
per per : from Green Cove regard.
and PE. nood-prone by HUD, in order Trooper 8.l.ibby Springs examinesTiliman's Jacksonville has such a
"Gooseberry""What's Carolyn Roller, daughter of for them to be eligible for $100 residential coverage contents Non-be'' truck after it was extracted from the woods near requirement, he said.

a Mr. and Mrs. George Roller of virtually all forms of Federalor insured up to $100,000 may per unit Kingsley Lake early Sunday morning. In justifying the new Retail Market

Wrong Lawtey. Miss Roller's sub federally-related financial at a rate of 75 cents per $100. charges, Ruckman said:
With The Girls"Tue3. jects are Art I, PE, civics: assistance for building pur- "Basically, the reason in
modern science, algebra II, poses in those areas. The insurance coverage is Man Hurt As Truck Starke we don't have any Needs BuyersSTARKE
., and English I. effective immediatley during. money to do anything is that
May 27 f would include FHA
This or the first 30 days starting May "We need' I
7130 Matthew Box, son of Mr. and the city doesn't charge for the ,
BHS Auditorium p.m. Mrs. T. H. Box of Starke. His VA mortgages, loans from the 23. But after the first 30 days, services it provides' customers to come out and
I courses are algebra II. Small Business Ad- a 15-day waiting period will be Crashes Into WoodsKINGSLEY Ruckman, in answer to thecouncil's help us get rid of it," says
Students $1.00 English, conversationalSpanish ministration, or loans from required for the coverage to question, said he can Market Manager Bob Allen of
Adults$1.50 modern science become effective. have the ordinance ready for a the Farmers Retail Market',
methods, geography, and New DefenderIs LAKE A Florida Highway Patrol first reading by the next meeting which got off to a slow start i a I
----- Flood insurance policiesmay
Hawthorne man injured .Trooper B. M. Libby. The the first two
BANKSMOSTSTORES athletics. from was on June 3. A public meet days.
Chuck Register, son of Mr. be purchased any insurance early Sunday morning, May trooper could find no skid ing on the ordinance is But the produce was all 4JULIAN
To Be OpenMemorial and Mrs. Lennard Register of Lady LawyerMrs. licensed property broker who- 18, when his pickup truck ran marks on the highway and no planned for June 17. Council good quality and direct from ,
Crystal Lake. His classes are agent, or forms, through the stop sign at t SR-225 tracks of the truck until it hit members have had the proposed the farm, Allen says. Items on
Day algebra II, conversational Jeanne Dawes Schwartz may obtain policy and SK-16 here and traveled the embankment on the other ordinance in hand since sale Saturday and Tuesdaywere
2' and other
Monday May Spanish English Science. 35, of Gainesville; rates, manuals, from some'135 feet into the woods side of the ditch.The truck ran January. potatoes, string beans,
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geography and athletics. became Florida's first female necessary before stopping. over the middle of three metal Council members indicated squash Cucumbers ;
Public Defender Travelers Indemnity Tillman 32 poles on which red reflector Tuesday night they favor strawberries, black berries,
Friday..May Fla. Lynn Oscar i al;
Saturday Night. Seniors with full' class loads 16. Colonial Drive Orlando,been Hawthorne was taken to signs are mounted and went grace period before makingthe hot peppers tomatoes, collard..
tp.m.For are,: Mrs. Schwartz, a practicing 32803. which has Bradford County straight into the woods. new ordinance effective greens, ornamental plants, a
flood in-
MembersAnd Jody Harper, daughter of designated as the Medical A Sears-Roebuck riding few hand craft items and
'attorney in Gainesville, was the Emergency and during which new customers I ,
Guests Rev. and Mrs. George S. appointed Public Defender of surance serving company for Service rescue unit, treated In lawn mower-tractor dented can connect to the system some sweet corn.,
Bring Snacks Harper of Starke. Miss the 8th Judicial Circuit by Gov this area. the emergency room at BCH, the back of the truck's cab at present rates. A 90-day The market 'opens' each )
Conn? fQJtjr Harper's subjects are Reubin Askew The Flood Insurance and transferred to upon impact with trees which period was first discussed. Tuesday and Saturday from 10
teacher's aide. 'Spanish II.' She was named to the post Agency, is in the process of Gainesville. He. was alone in stopped the truck's progress. Then Mayor Charles Schaefer a.m. until the, produce runs
(U Community! creative writing, algebra'' III. following the resignation of publishing maps showing the truck. Both implements were thrown recommended a six-month out or customers stop coming

Mate Sank and physics. Mack, S. Futch, whose special flood hazard areas in The 1960 GMC pickup was from the truck. period, and that is what apparently Allen says. ,
Donna Pauley daughter of resignation became effective approximately 20,000 com traveling east on SR225. It It. took Hurst's Wrecker will be written into "If we can just keep enough
ACCWHItt.4WJ. .....,.*U. Mr. and Mrs. abed Pauley, May 15. Futch had resignedthe munities across the country.He went through the stop sign at Service over an hour to pull the proposed ordinance to be customers coming to Keep the

TlMO.OMky.,.. ..........C.r... Lawtey, Miss Pauley's subjects post due to personal rea-\ congratulated the Brad- the intersection with SR-16 at .the truck and the Implementsfrom presented June 3, that is to producers happy, the market
PN.ral : are teacher's aide, data sons., ford County Commission for 63-70. mph, according to the woods become! effective Jan., 1, 1976.i will go on. Allen says..



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.%, Susan Faulkner- Mary Beth Moore-Gary Hamilton Wed May 3 In Warner Robins, Ga. I IMiss

-Jr-t 4 : /4 Joseph Bakken, III Mary Beth Moore t sided over one punch bowl,
"- daughter of the Reverend andMrs. and Leila Nejad and Debbie
Wedding May 23 Harold Lee Moore, of Heller served from the other.
Warner Robins, Ga., becamethe Circular tables, covered in
The wedding of Miss Susan bride of John Gary Hamil- ., lace and placed on either side
Faulkner and Jospeh Bakken, ton, son of Mr. and Mrs. of the punch table, held the
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> Hamilton of Starke cakes. Mrs. Raymond Smith
Sherrod on
III will be held Friday, fft
j May
'L''C. : 1. 23, at 8'p.m8 in the First Saturday, May 3. served the bride's cake. She
,. .: United Methodist Church witha Lighted tapers, emerald was assisted by Mrs. Danny
t trees and urns of spring Smith of Atlanta.The groom's
: in the
reception following
; flowers decorated the sanc- cake was served by Mrs.
church Hall.
i 1 All friends Fellowship and relatives:are tuary of First Baptist Church, Steven Edwards of Winder,
U-. : I invited to attend. Warner Robins, Ga., where Georgia, cousin of the groom.
: I \ ..,. d., Dr. Alvin H. Brackett, pastorof Coffee was poured by Mrs.
1.0' VickiBarksdaleBobbySparks the Ingleside Baptist William J. Hall and Mrs. J.S.
BPW officers installed recently were: (l-r) Mrs Mildred Tye. Mrs. Lillian Pearson Mrs. Church of Macon officiated at Wallace, mothers of the honor
1.illia.. Davis worth, installing officer, Mrs. Sonia Camp, Mr*. Evelyn llaney. Miss Delia the marriage service.A attendants.
Rosenberg. Mrs. Mildred Frick not shown. program of instrumental Mrs. Danny Carter registered
music was presented by' Miss guests in the bride's
. BPW Club Holds Installation And Supper May 14 Wedding May 25 Debbie Heller, flutist, of St. book at a lace covered table
Simons Island, accompaniedat ft; r which held a silver bud vase
The Starke BPW club heldan president, Lillian Pearson; also presented each member Miss Vicki Barksdale and the piano by Miss Leila 1 Y.e containing yellow roses.
installation of officers and first vice-president, Madge with a parting gift. Bobby Sparks will be united in Nejad of Tehran. Iran and Every arrangement in the
salad supper Wednesday,May Frick; second vice-president, The business meeting was marriage Sunday,May 25,at 3 Harold McManus of Macon, sanctuary and reception hall
14.at?p.m. at the Chamber of Della Rosenberg; recording briefly concerned with the p.m. in the First Baptist organist. contained yellow roses and
Commerce.Mrs. secretary, Sonia Camp; cor- state convention and news of Church with a reception Entering the sanctuary on daises, a sentimental
Bea Kimmons introduced responding secretary, the National meeting. following in the Woman's Club. the arm of her father who also reminder of the groom's first
Mrs. Lillian Davis- Mildred Tye; treasurer, of Starke. performed the double ring gift of flowers to the bride.
Gainesville BPS Evelyn Haney. All friends and relatives are the bride hostesses
worth presi- Eastern Star ceremony, wore a Serving as were
dent, as the installing officer. Miss Rosenberg presentedthe invited to attend.DUPLICATE floor length gown of ivory silk Mrs. George Durden' Mrs.
Mrs. Da vis worth presentedeach out-going president, Bea 24 organza. The dress featured a Robert Price and Mrs. Harold
officer with a wrist cor- Kimmons with a hanging May BRIDGE bertha collar and deep ruffleat t I Holt. .
sage in colors corresponding basket and one to Mrs. Lillian CLUB RESULTSEva the hemline which formedthe Following a wedding trip
to the office. Officers are: Davisworth. Mrs. Kimmons Starke chapter No. 224, Mathewson and Jeff train. Her finger tip veil of the couple is residing in
Order of the Eastern Star,will Wrenshall were the winning silk illusion fell from a close Atlanta.Mr. .
hat fashioned of I .and Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton
have a covered dish supper couple at Duplicate Bridge fitting -
Saturday, May 24,at 7 p.m. in Tuesday night. Mrs. Lex organza and lace, and trim- rt I! entertained the membersof
ATTENTIONYour the Masonic Hall. Green and Mrs. J.D. Odom med with seed pearls. the wedding party at dinner
All Masons and their were second and Mrs. S.W. She carried a white Bible after the rehearsal on Friday
families are invited to attend. Hamilton and Mrs. F.J. Shaw covered with mother-of-pearl, evening. May 2, at the Houston -
were third. brought to her from Jerusa- Lake Country Club.GriffisGunter.
lem by Miss Nola Brantley. A
Future Now! classic cascade of white
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J & J ContractorsCement placed on the Bible. Rev. and Mrs. L. L Griffis,
G.E.D. EXAMINATIONS WILL be given i bride For wore"something a' diamond old" pendant the- of Raiford, announce the
and approaching
from her father to engagement;
a gift
June 2,through June 8, 1915. And MasonryAll her mother. She borrowed Glenda marriage Kay of their, to daughter.Joseph

Work Guaranteed earrings set with opals from maid of honor. Myra Gilles quets of spring flowers which Gunter, of Starke.
Applications for the Examination her matron of honor. Forget- Spartanburg South Carolina the attendants carried. The wedding will be an
me-nots from the garden of of the bride and Mark Hamilton of Tampa ,
cousin event of Friday, June 20 at 8p.m.
.be made in advance. For More Free I No Dr.. and Mrs. Arthur"Rich Laurie Nicoll, Atlanta, were served his brother as best in the New River
"something blue. The '
were Ron Tolarof
I bridesmaids.The man. Ushers were Methodist Church Haiford.
sixpence for her show was attendants were Greensboro; Jim Traicoff. All friends and relatives uninvited
Information Please Call 984-6150 or Estimate I ''Obligation sent for the occasion by thebride's gowned alike in floor length Atlanta; Leslie Thomas and to attend.
uncle, Dr. Bryan dresses of printed voile. The Jim Horton, Gainesville, and
stop by Bradford Union Area Vocational Gillespie,who is on Sabbatical round neckline and short David Moore, brother of the Meth. 5
413-2000 I in England. flared sleeves of their dresses bride. Group

Technical Center, Starke, Florida 32091 TF ,Mrs.The Edward bride was Armstrong attended by of complemented gown. the Green style velvet of thebride's reception Following was the held ceremony in Fellow-a Honors SeniorsAt

:2 Times Rockford, Illinois as matronof streamers fell from a waist- ship Hall where the mothers of
honor and Ann Wallace line bow to the floor and green the young couple greeted Dinner SundayThe
Kansas City, Missouri, as velvet bows tied the arm bou- guests as they entered the
room. The bride and groom senior and single mem-
received their guests in bers of the First United
another area of the room set Methodist Church were enter-
: T 1 1I apart by emerald trees and tained at dinner Sunday in
: __ cathedral candles.! Fellowship Hall following
I irt Punch was served from two church service given by the
MORNING Oily crystal bowls set on a lace members of Group 5.
I covered table. The center- The head dining table'was'
piece was..an arrangement of centered with an arrangement:(
eq HEALTH FOODS O U II spring flowers and lighted of red and holding pink roses stokesia'Umdshasta and! tall
in a silver vases
tapers epergne.
ft 4.. Other arrangements of spring daisies were placed at
L flowers were used throughoutthe intervals on the side tables.
.ddi room. Mrs. Bruce Eason. Serving the approximately
r Atlanta, and Miriam Gilles- 50 attending were members of

865 N. Temple 964-6976 By Pizza Hut pie, Spartanburg, South Carolina cadette troop 520 and childrenof
cousins of the bride, pre the Group 5 members.
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May 22. 191.5 TELEGRAPH Page

I Vicki Barksdale Junior Club Holds

I I WrJ4! Honored At Three Banquet May 17 BALDWIN r :

Parties This WeekMiss jk- Garden

Vicki Barksdale, May
y 25 brlde-elect, was honored at The Annual. Installation of
Al three parties in the past week. Officers and awards banquetof CHEVROLET
/V On Monday night, May 12, the Junior Woman's Club of ;
the I ladies of the Graham Starke ,was held Saturday ,
Baptist Church game a bridal evening May 17 in the Pecan i
shower for Miss Barksdale in Room of the Garden Restau- '
the church fellowship room. rant. OLDS.
The refreshment table was Centering the head table
covered with a yellow linen was a large arrangement of
cloth and centered with an multicolored roses and baby's
arrangement of yellow and breath. Smaller bouquets of
white spring flowers. Mrs. the same flowers were placed SUPER CLEAN USED CARSYou
James Starling and Mrs. Tom intermittently with pink and
LeFevers presided at the v white single burning tapers'
i punch bowl and Misses Janice along,the banquet tables.
Starling and Lisa Lee assistedin Mrs. Vincent Spengler
Vickie Williams serving. using the theme of a wheel, Ask For Economy Cars
Games with 'prizes were installed the new officers for ,
enjoyed by the 40 guests the coming year and was
linson Stansel-Cox
Terry GainesEngagement Sandra Tom
during the party hours 7:30: assisted by Mrs. Charles

1, Told and 9 p.m.. Robert RitchieEngagement Goodowns pink lighted, past taper president.was placed A Wedding June 21 And Here They Are

Miss Barksdale was com upon a small low table to Indi-
Mr. and Mrs. A.C. Williams plimented at a luncheon Told cate the light of the club. Mrs.James B. Stansel of St.
announce the engagement and Thursday; May 12, at the Smaller lighted tapers for Augustine announces the
approaching marriage of their. Garden Restaurant given by Mrs. Maggie S. Tomlinsonof each officer being installedwere engagement and approaching
daughter,Vickie Lee, to Terry Mrs. Levon Andrews Mrs. Starke announces the placed around the center marriage of her daughter, 1974 CHEVROLET VEGA G.T. COUPEAir
Alan Gaines son of Mr. and John Greene, Mrs. Linda engagement and approaching candle. The outer candles Dorothy Ann, to Michael
Mrs. L.M. Gaines, all of Johns, Mrs. J. T. Prevatt, marriage of her daughter were attached to the center "Reddy" Cox son of Mr. and Cond.AM/FM Radio 4 Speed, SHARP This Car is
Starke. Mrs. J. R. Reddish and Mrs. Sandra Carol, to Robert candle by means of a pink Mrs. J. Edward 'Red" Cox of
The wedding will take placeon Neil Tucker. Howard Ritchie, son of Mr. streamer forming the spokesof St. Augustine.The Solid Red With Black Interior And Black Body Side Stripe
June 27 at the First Baptist Centering the head table and Mrs. George F. Ritchie of the wheel.
Church in Starke. was an arrangement of roses Holly Hill. Officers for the coming year wedding will take place, S3095
Miss Williams Is a senior at and down the length of the side Miss Tomlinson is also the are Mrs. Bobby Autry, presi- June 21 at 3'p.m. at the
Bradford High School. tables was a garland of ivy daughter of the late Henry dent; Mrs. Joe A. Sapp, first Cathedral of St Augustine.
Mr. Gaines is a graduate of interspersed with small bud Tomlinson.Miss vice-president; Mrs. Jerry
Bradford High School; at vases holding white daisies. Tomlinson is a 1973 Wilson, second vicepresident Miss Stansel, a junior at
tended Lake City Junior Bridal place cards marked the graduate of Bradford High ; Mrs. Glen Hicks, secre- Flagler College majoring in
College and l is presently seating arrangement for the School. tary, and Mrs. J.C. Dukes, physical education, is a 1974 CHEVROLET VEGA NOTCHBACKBig
employed at DuPont. 21 guests. Mr. Ritchie is a 1973 graduate treasurer. graduate of St. Augustine
Miss Barksdale was of Mainland Senior Awards were presented to .High School. She currently is a
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presented with an orchid Daytona Mrs. Bobby Autry as Club member of the Jacksonville Cyl. ,
AnnualLuauHeld and cookbook from Miss Tomlinson and Mr. Woman of the Year, and Mrs. Rebels. MILES
corsage With Side Wheel ONLY
& 4,000
her hostesses as a memento of Ritchie are both in their junior Jerry Wilson, President's Moulding Rings
SaturdayAt the occasion., Rose corsageswere years at Atlanta Christian Choice. Thirty-one membersand Mr. Cox graduated from .
ClubThe presented to Mrs. Robert College East Point, Ga. guests enjoyed the evening Flagler College, Gordon $2695
Country Barksdale and Mrs. Albert The wedding will take place Military College Barnesville,
Sparks.Outoftown. August 1 at 7 p.m. at the First Ga.; Staunton Military
Starke Golf and Christian Church, Starke. and
guests were Academy, Staunton, Va.
Country Club held its annual Mrs. L. L. Dyal of Brooker All friends and relatives are Mrs. Jean Darby of Gaines- St. Joseph Academy. He is
Luau Saturday night at the and Mrs. Verfie Barksdale of invited to attend. ville has moved back to Starke employed by the. Bradford

club Tiki house.lamps were used Hampton Lake. and is residing at 513 E.Wash- County school system as a 1974 PLYMOUTH DUSTER I
GravesAbanathyReunion ington Street. math teacher and coach.

around centered the with pool a fountain which was and On Saturday May 17 Miss 6 Cyl., Power Steering, Fac. A/C, Landua Vinyl Top, t

encircled with magnolias. Barksdale was honored at a May 25 WSW Tires Floor Shift.V j
Palmeto palms and lush mother-daughter luncheon Sports Stripes ,
foliage were used to decoratethe given by Mrs. J. D. Warren The Graves and Aba na thy Starke Paint
patio and ballroom. The Mrs. J. F. Bloodworth, Mrs. family reunion will be held at ONE OWNER, ONLY 18,000 MILES I IIt
individual tables were cen- George Simpson, Mrs. J. H. Gold Head State Park Sunday Center
tered by small silk flower Valinski and Mrs. V. J. May 25, with a basket dinnerat S3195 ,
,Spengler at the home of the Shelter 49.
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tall arrangements of bronze The buffet table was welcome to all their friends to
and,gold day lillies and was covered with an imported join ,them. "
with withan cutwork cloth and centered bya CLEAR UP '
centered a roast pig
apple in its mouth.A parasol covered with bridal 1973 OLDSMOBILE OMEGA HATCHBACK
flowers ,over wedding bells,
social hour was held 6:30: W.F. Godwin and Beth'
the feast from wedding rings and seasonal Mrs. 6 Engine Auto Trans. Power Steering, Solid Orange :
to7:30: ; 7:30: to 9 flowers. Hackney of Chattanooga spent Cyl., ,
p.m. then dancing until 1 a.m. Thursday to Sunday with Mrs.
The40 guests were seated at rH Paint With Deluxe Saddle Trim.
with music furnished by Geri
Eve Godwin and other rela-
card tables covered with linen
and the Variations.
Von Children of the club cloths and centered by bud tives. ONLY 26,000 ONE OWNER MILES.

members served'as servers. vases holding spring flowers. Mr. and Mrs. N.S. Dankel of _
The girls were dressed in The hostesses presented the .. 1)19 .... ,
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City Mr. v' "t\
.. flowered colorful sarongs and honoree a memento with an of the electric occasion.,Ironas Mrs: Claude Crowson at Bed- Quality Paint' : ., ."..a.._.--:. .t'l.... ..,.. t -\V. !, ... v'. .\ ,-. Itiia4" t
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Reunion SundayThe JOB Usher Radio, Heater, 4 Speed Trans.", We Sold It New, It's Sharp,

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Curtis eighth Greene birthday celebratedhis Saturday 88" Tuxedo Sofa Bed $995

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Deanna, on her fourth birth-

day.McDonalds decorated the $495For

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sunflowers and balloons and
showed the children a movie
after which each child was V
allowed to prepare and serve
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4 TELEGRAPH May 22,1975

I Altar Society Has Installation May 1 18 Wayne Coxes Alpha Gamma 5 Commissioners

Following dinner at the Sister Marie from Holds
Homestead Restaurant in Honored.. At rx ra Us, wf II Spring
Gainesville who installed officers
Keystone Heights on Sunday of St. Edward's Altar Luncheon Named In Court
afternoon, May 18, Mrs. Society to serve during the Dinner Party

Michael Gilhooly introduced 1975-76 term as follows: Presi- +
dent,Mrs. John Samons; Vice Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Cox, ; 1nq w Alpha Gamma Chapter of
Senior Citizens President, Mrs. Richard who are moving to West Palm Alpha Delta Kappa had its Sex ,Bias SuitSTARKE

Coss; Secretary, Mrs. Victor Beach, were honored at a spring luncheon on Saturday,
Day ObservedBy Ashline; and Treasurer, Mrs. dinner party ,Saturday night May 17. at the Garden Restau- Five Bradford County Commissioners Eddie
Richard Welty. Mrs. Phyllis given by Mr. and Mrs. Eugene rant.A County Commissioners are Allen, Ralph P, Bryan, Dave
CU BB AgencyCUBB Berminger was installed as Tanner and Mr. and Mrs. Don Bicentennial theme named as co-defendants In a Paulk, George Roberts and
President and Mrs. Nora Neel at the Neel home on rA-I---- "Appreciation of our Nation"was sex discrimination suit filed in Dave Shuford.
Economic Crawford as Treasurer of St. Bessent Road. used in programs, place U.S. District Court In .Jacksonville The suit, filed last week
Agency'sNeighborhood Mary's Altar Society of The dining tables covered cards and decorations prepared by two female attorneys before US District Judge
Service Centerin by Ernestine McRae, Charles R. Scott, by Judeth
Slarke was the Macclenny at this joint In- with white linen cloths were J- s
setting on stallation. the spacious back artist and historian. Named in the suit as defen- Petersen of Tampa and Carol
Thursday, May 15, for an Father James Cregan pre- placedunder the tall pine trees r c .. The U-Shaped luncheon dants were Circuit Judge Wild Scott of Gainesville, as
observance of Senior Citizens ;
sented the outgoing presi- where a delicious meal was S. t table was decorated with 'Theron A. Yawn, Jr.,. Gov. plaintiffs, contend that
Day. L.. xp i f handmade place cards, a Reubin Askew and BradfordGOSSIP because they are women, fees
In addition to the delicious dents, Mrs. Gilhooly and: Mrs. served. +3 ,*J n iyd. ,
r center arrangement of red to them are less than
lunch,about 65 Senior Citizens Crawford with gifts in appreciation Guests included Rev. and ,
enjoyed good fellowship and of their good work dur- Mrs. Ben P. Bryant, Mr. and Y" e and white gladioli, and an those paid to male lawyers in
antique china doll in colonial the same case.
the two Mrs.William George Mr.and
games, and door prizes of gro- ing past years. ,
I awarded. After this ceremony, Mr. Mrs. Frank Mitchell, Mr. and IL dress.
ceries were
This Senior Citizens and Mrs. Lester Humphries Mrs. Joseph Gissy, Mr. and Ruth Frazier gave the (Did *,, KnowP) The suit has reference to the
observance effortof Day entertained friends at their Mrs. Russell Norman, Mr. Mrs.G.S. Brown Mrs J.E.McRae invocation. Following the four private practicing attor-
I r was a joint
of CUBB Agency and Ms. Rita home in observance of their and Mrs. Neil Tucker, Mr.and luncheon, President Frances neys who were appointed as

Wright and Bill Baxter, University 30th wedding anniversary and Mrs. Bob Patterson, Mr. and Dual BirthdayParty, Held Hamilton presided included over then Mr. and Mrs. Fred Conway "special" public defenders to
I i of Florida graduate the 25th anniversary of Mr.. Mrs. George Pierce, Mr. and meeting which an- and family of Anniston, Ala. handle the heavy case load of

I students, under the supervision and Mrs. Richard Coss. Mrs. Ermie Jones, Mr. and May 10 At HomesteadMrs. altruistic nual reports.chairman Laurie, Mullins.thanked have moved to 317 Myrtle 12 defendants in the Garment
Mrs.William Schultz and Mrs. Factory 14 trial which con-
of Dr. Bill Lennon and Dr. Avenue. Mr. Conway is em-
Joe Vey of the Bradford-Union Robert Milner. Gilbert S. Brown, p.m. in the banquet room of the chapter for its many con- ployed at TG&Y.-. cluded in Bradford County
I County Guidance Clinic. Ms. StokesPetersonWedding After the dinner a fun and whose birthday was May 7,/. ,the Homestead Restaurant in tributions to cadet. scout troopNo. February 25, 1974.

Wright and Mr. Baxter are fellowship period was held and Mrs. Julian E. McRae;, Keystone Heights. Sitting at 520. Miss Nadine Wing and Don Those appointed to repre-
A memorial will be
obtaining field experience in June 28 when each guest presentedMrs. whose birthday was May 8, the head table were the gift Gramlin of Jacksonville were sent 12 defendants were
Cox with honorees and their husbands. given to the cancer fund in Judeth Petersen, Carol Wild
work with senior citizens in a favorite were honored at a dual birth- Saturday evening guests of
the area. The Stokes-Peterson wedd- recipe.Mr. day party given by their Seated down the length of the memory of the late Lonnie Mr. and Mrs. Marc Jackson Scott, both female; Aaron
Moench charter member and
I, The next get-together will ing plans have been changed Cox is with the National children, Mr. and Mrs. Mar- T-shaped table were the founder, of Gamma and attended the Luau at the Green and Stephen Bernstein,
be held at 2 p.m. Thursday, from Tennessee to the home of Linen Company and has been vin Brown, Ed. Brown of, children, their husbands and of ADK Alpha Country Club. two Gainesville attorneys.
May 29, at the Bradford the bride's parents, 831 S. transferred to the Miami Area Jacksonville, Bill Brown of wives and grandchildren: chapter
i Parker Street in Starke on Office. The family will be Tallahassee Mr. and Mrs. Mindy Gnann, Jason, Jennifer Gladys 'Thomas, program '
I Neighborhood: Service Center chairman, introduced Patty 'Mr. and Mrs. Carl L. Johns, According to the suit filed
located at the old RJE school June 28 at 6 p.m. moving when school ends in Plen Gnann and Jeffrey and Jody Brown. Mullins and Andrea Eaves Mr.and Mrs. Dale Johns, Mr. last week by the two women
building in Starke. All friends and relatives are June. McRae. Down the length of the table cadet scouts, who presentedan and Mrs. Gene Shaw, Mrs. Ida lawyers, attorney Aaron
I Cake and coffee will be invited to attend. The party was held Saturday were three arrangements of audio-visual "Our M. Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Green was paid $4,500 for 247

served along with games and evening, May 10, at 7:30: large yellow and candles encircledby daisies. Washington Story.program Bennett of Jacksonville and hours; attorney Stephen
door prizes. All senior citizens Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Law- Red carnation yellow Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Shaw of Bernstein was paid $3,000 for
and-or retired persons are son and Mr. and Mrs. David Susan Faulkner to Mrs.corsageswere G.S. Ponte Vedra will have dinner 186 hours, attorney Carol Wild

i invited. For transportation, Lawson were visiting relatives Brown presented and Mrs. Julian Rev. George L. Harper and Saturday night at the Alham- Scott $2,500 for 352 hours and
I please call 9645689. in Auburndale Sunday. Honored AtLuncheon Mr. and Mrs. George Hugginswill bra dinner theatre celebratingMrs. attorney Judeth Petersen
McRae which the women also
.. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen May 19 wore to church on Mother's attend the Florida annual Ida,Shaw's birthday. $1,000 for 166 hours.
Wayne McLeod announce the Methodist Conference in The respective hourly rates
Day. I
Lakeland May 2630... Miss Sara Barefoot of Jack- for attorney fees, according to
birth of a son,Stephen Taylor, A birthday cake decoratedwith
16. Miss Susan Faulkner, May sonville visited her father, the suit are: Green, $18; Bern
I on May Grandparents are and borders
From 23 bride-elect honored yellow green Miss Louise Stern attendedthe Barefoot the week
at ,
was R.M. over stein, $16 Scott, $7 and
Mr.and Mrs. E.E.Thornton of and yellow roses was Luzier Festival of ; ;
bridesmaid luncheon Beautyin
Petersen, $6.Plaintiffs.
Lake and
Kingsley Mr. and Birth-
Monday, May 19, given by her engraved "Happy New Orleans from Thurs- Petersen and
Mrs.H.A. McLeod of Decatur "
Ala., aunts, Mrs. George Jordan of day Margaret and Nita. day to Sunday. Mrs. W.H. Hart, Mrs. Scott contend they were paid
'Jackson's PBomer Alma, Ga., Mrs. Woodrow Among the 18 attendingwere Warren Winkler, Mrs. Marion the lower fees because they
MI". and Mrs. Robert E.
Thomas of Starke and Miss Mrs. Arlene Rowell and Payne and Mrs. Delano are women and are therefore
Center Mrs. B.C. Holtzendorf, Sr. Mary Faulkner at the home of Bitgood, parents of Mrs. Mrs. Carol Carter and daughter Thomas attended the Foun victims of sex discrimination.
spent last Monday to Thurs- the latter on Brownlee Road. McRae, Mrs. J.E. Brown and Geri, of Jacksonville and der's Day banquet of Beta Mu Miss Scott contends the

day with Mrs. Eva Feagle in The dining table was Jan Searle.A Mr. and Mrs. Greig Moyer of chapter of Delta Kappa action, especially by 'Judge
Jacksonville and they visitedSt. covered with a cutwork cloth fried chicken supper was Keystone Heights were Sun Gamma in Green Cove Yawn in setting the fees to Be

.Augustine and Marineland. over yellow linen and centered enjoyed and to the Happy honorees Birthdaywas when day visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Springs on Tuesday night of paid to the attorneys had "a
'- with an arrangement of sung F.W. Strickland.Mrs. last week., ruinous impact" on her law
Mrs. N.K. Hurst of Indian- the cake was served.Mr. .
apolis? Ind. is visiting her yellow daisies. Bridal place R.P.. McLendon is practice from which she has
cards'- marked the seating Local admittances to Brad-
made a living for most of four
STARKE. FLA. KEYSTONE HGTS. sister, Mrs. Clyde Sinclair. arrangement for the ten .and Mrs. Robert E. Bit- visiting her sister, Mrs.. Nell ford County Hospital this years and has caused her
guests which included Mrs. good of Theressa had as last McDonell and sons at Temple week include: Joshua Baxter, "severe emotional pain and
N CHERRY ST Drew attended
HWY 1OO a 21 sports banquet Barry at St. Johns the Paul Faulkner, mother of the week's visitor,their grandson,. Terrace, Tampa, this week. Brooker; Elmer Wallace, suffering and mental dis
964-6O78 473-4973. honoree and Mrs. J. B., Gary Bitgood, from Hope Raiford; Mrs. Claudia God- tress."
Day School where he receivedhis
second letter. Bakken, Jr. mother of the Valley, Rhode, Island. The Mrs. Marguerite Corn has win, Lake Butler; Donna
prospective groom. week before they were visitedby returned to her home in Lakeland Thornton, Lawtey; Mrs. Miss Scott is
Miss Faulkner after two weeks visit with Gloria Griffis, Mrs. Dellar asking
presented their granddaughter Lori
Q\ Mrs. M.F. Hazen attendedthe damages of $5,000 in the
to her attendants ;friend Miss Madge Middleton. Roberts Mrs. Louise Manier case.
funeral of Ronald Boylesin gifts duringthe Gagnon, and her girl The suit also asks the court to
luncheon. Mrs.Helen Quinn, Mrs. Sarah
from South Attleboro, Mass.
Gainesville last declare the defendants in
Friday. Mrs. Myrtle Anderson was Strickland, Mrs. Susie Owen,
01 in Callahan Sunday and Mrs. Carol Hall and Mrs. of the Civil Rights Act of
r Mr. and Mrs. Julian McRae
f9SSr 1964,and to order back
I Monday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Starke. pay
spent April 27 to May 1 in Aca- Mary ,
John Anderson,and -Mr.: and both women\ plus attqrney
t. Double Galore ipulco, Mexico, a trip earned
.. xit I fees In their federal! case.The' .
.Mrs. John H.Anderson of
L. Stith has
Mr. McRae for sixth Mrs. James '
If. by being '
: county; ommissfrners(
r for Life Insurance Dania. returned to'her home In Paso,
J Iin production -
r .;. are namfidjn the suit,because
We Now Havub/ewlde.Moddls In" 'of. Georgia for the last H 'cagoula. Miss: -after 'three
This Week's"Special" year. Mrs. O.L. Beasley and Mrs. weeks visit with her parents, they approved the fees set by
Stock. Special Savings May Now Be J.W. Kincaid spent Thursdayto Mr, and Mrs. L.F. Dinkins. Judge Yawn and the governoris

'Jim Williams 'of Ormond Monday with their sister, Mr. Dinkins returned home included as a defendant
Realized As We Have Slashed The Prices Beach spent last week with his Mrs. C.C. Hoppe in Tampa. Saturday after 15 days in the because of his authority over

On These Homes To Make For The grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Kincaid spent the two North Florida Regional for reimbursements fees to the county
Way R.A. Colson. weeks previous with Miss Hospital where he underwent legal paid to court

New 75 Models Rebecca Patton in Catletts- surgery.Mr. appointed lawyers.
brug,Ky. and with Mrs. J. M. The suit was filed in Jacksonville -

BLP MOBILE 74 Harvard 60x24 Was '20,501 Now '18,560 PAINTING by BAXTER Spears in Asheland Ky. ; and Mrs. B.J. Mills of lawyer Geneva by another Forrester female of
Lexington Park,Md.were last
MopocotePAINT 73 Regent 44x24 Was '9,306 New '8,495 RESIDENTIAL- Mr. and Mrs. R.E. Welty week guests of Mr., and Mrs. St.sonville Petersburg, and by Jack-
attorney Samuel S.
COMMERCIALFREE and children including daughter Roy Clemons.
73 Parkwoi OIL &s '20.356 Now *17,456 Lenore, and Lori Jacobson.

ESTIMATES McKinney, Tanja Rigby and Mrs. E.M. Davis was in
74 Frontier 38x24 Was 8.195 Now '7,550 CONTRACTFree Jan Brooks spent Saturday in Archer over the weekend The Telegraph, in reviewing

St.,. Augustine celebrating ,. the court approved paymentsin
her sisters Mrs. P.E.
74 Frdhtier 60x24 Was '17,545 Now '15.550 List of ReferencesFor visiting ,
the case for fees
Lenore's eighth birthday.Mr. Stone and Miss Mamie Ander- attorneys
LATEX HOUSE PAINTAll 74 Tiffany 50x24:! Was '14,120 Now '3,560 The Asking! son. yesterday, found that a' total
of$14,029 had been paid to the

74 Academy 60x24 Was '15,056 Now '14,186 ':'Serv/ce/ You Can Trustat Pfiester. and and Mrs.Mr. and Edward Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Stray- four special public defenders I

I Colors Reasonable Prices" Walter Ramos of Raiford and horn of Wildwood and Mr. and appointed, with $1,529 being
73 Seabreeze 44QsLiC 530> Now '10.555 reimbursable
Wilson Bell of Mrs,Aubrey Hazen of Gaines expenses pay-
Acrylic For Wood Masonary Metal SMALL BUSINESS AND Mr. and Mrs. ville last able to the attorneys and
were Thursday
73 Seabreeze 60x24 Was '14,175 Now '13,296 Lowell attended the Santa Fe
RESIDENTIAL SIGNS MADE AT visitors of Mr. and Mrs. M.F $12.500 as fees.
Arts Festival in
Going Fast Quantity Limited
REASONABLE RATES. Hazen. Judith Petersen had been
FUNGUS RESISTANT Saturday. assigned to represent four

Serving The Starke and Mathews of Mrs. A.J. Barry and defendants: James ''E..' Ed-
Phone' Mrs. Virginia
daughter, Adrienne were in wards, Willie C. Holley, Ernest
and Mrs.
.. Hilliard and Mr.
MiIBId- Keystone Heights Areas. Atlanta over the weekend McCloud and Nathaniel
Green Gilbert of Sacramento,
11' $ 9 9Gel. 378-1379 Call Calif. were Monday dinner attending the SoutheasternYarn Pressley, which she did until
fleg 7 of Mr. and Mrs. Garl Crafters Guild meeting. January 7. 1974, at which time
OP guests
Mathews. They also attended an Instruc- she moved to Tampa and was

4577 N. W. 13th Street Gainesville 964-5236 tf tive seminar on needlepoint; replaced by Stephen Bern-
stein who continued
went to a fashion show and the
----- saw the'new line of needle- defense of four defendants to,
point. the trial's conclusion on

AT SAWYER-SLADE APPLIANCE DRIVEIN301S.Starke February 25.. 1974. Each at.torney's
Dr. and Mrs. H.G. Bollinger time log indicated

We Deliver attended the wedding of their 166'i hours each. Paymentwas
. What We Sell Plus Give You Fast Service
daughter, Marilyn, to JamesM. not made on an hourly
Baley III, in Asheville, basis, however, but on a per
We Will Give You Top Dollar I For Your Old I Appliance 1 In Trade FRI & SAT N.C. on Saturday. defendant basis. Petersen was
paid at the rate of $250 per

defendant, or $1,000 through
New Low THE NIGHTMARE her period of service ending

Prices on MOBILE -HOMES THRILLER OF THE YEAR I IPI. IUR FLORIDA January paid 7$1,500, 1974.each Bernsteinwas for the

Call Now defense of Holley' and

; ,Pressley $3,000, and $750
each for the defense of Ed-

THEATREFri wards and McCloud- $1,500,
ForFREE total fees paid, to Bernstein

P1ImI Sat & 'Sun was $4,500.
Aaron Green was assigned

Show Time 7 P.M. Each Day to defend six .defendants:

Carrier I... ll Grays Bunnie, Brown Horace, Jr.Harry Maddox,

., Alan .James Jimmy McCorvey.. George
Picket and Willie ;Frank
TECHNKXXOBAWESTAMCmCARELEASe ArkIn. C8an Rambo. Green's time log

Estimate indicated a total of- 244'/i
PLUS hours. He was paid however,
CENTRAL'" CONDITIONING' "/ Escaped,From Devils Island Freebieandthe I at the rate of $750 for each of

......,.. the six defendants or a total of
3 TON SYSTEM COMPLETELY INSTALLED) $695.00 7" Sun & Mon BeanPLUS 4500. Wild :

'y.k tbA Carol s :o"ttwas;
assigned to handle the defenseof
(PLUS ANY NECESSARY ELECTRICAL WORK) I- only two defendants: Stevie'

;"u -t\ '1JS'S1101111t i Bell and William Cote: Her
time log indicated a total of
352 hours. She was paid at the
rate of K2SO: per defendant or
a t110tiTIiNF a total of $2,500. x


i terday that the $12,500 paid
MMNAIUtINCOLO from Bradford County's Fine
and Forfeiture fund for ,the
r r defense of the
Garment Fac-
332 W.Madison St.PH tory 14 prison Inmates is not a

.NRENNA1110NAL,,. PIC1URE re-imbursable from state
964-7701 1 PLUS fund..The'only,amount the
.!.MI'.11I ,state 'will (reimburse the

"ClndY and Donna" .t county: for .U the II,_ ,expenses -
paid to the attorneys.

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22, 1975 TELEGRAPH Pages

CarverTo I wt. I Inmates May Be Enjoying Tent City .1.1STARKE 1

n "They have dormitories designed for i o 'throughout the state will pro- and welfare programs but the Alexander said that prisons
more freedom than they did at inmates each but are \0"-' vide for approximately 550 amount for prisons is still could be built for onefourththe
the crowded reception center. occupied by as many as J9\\) more men during 1976. under, consideration by the present cost if the inmates
76 FairWarren The idea I'm is that men in each
getting dormitory. U.S. District Judge Charles committee. were classified and sent to
they are enjoying it," Supt.. In some of the one-man chits|> R. Scott of Jacksonville has Meanwhile, the legislative facilities that were not forti-
.James Godwin says about in the dormitories, three fcfUt withheld a ruling on a suit committee has been holding
Carver of Starke prison inmate reaction after four men have been place j fa filed by prison inmates. They: consultations with prison fied.The current Florida prison '
county executive director of
being transferred to tent cityat each cell.There have claimed that their civil
experts in an effort to determine population is over 13,000. This
the Agriculture Stabilizationand Florida State Prison is a backlog of mbe! fights have been violated by the best to in than
way go represents 3,500 more
Conservation Service,has t The 20 tents, large enoughfor than 600 prisoners held ill j inadequate medical treat- expanding the state's prison "normal capacity of existing
been elected 1975-76 presidentof ten men each borrowed county jails who have be64 I ment, brought about by the facilities. facilities" determined
the Bradford County Fair' \ from the National Guard and sentenced and are awaiting overcrowded prison system. One of those invited to participate the American as Justice Insti by>
Association. Installed at FSP, will help to transfer to RMC for clas'i(". Inmate Attorney Tobias in the conferences is tute.
Carver succeeds Arthur vA relieve the severely over- cation and permanent assicii-- Simon filed a motion in the Myrl E. Alexander,director of
,Gaskins who turned over the ttJ crowded conditions at Lake ment within the prison sysuta( \ federal court case to halt the criminal justice studies at the
gavel May 6 after a three-year Butlers Reception and Medi- to serve out their prW*> use of tent city at FSP but University of Florida. He has
UlnLas.Falr Association cal Center terms. Judge Scott has not ruled on been Involved with the federal
Louie Wainwright The state is in the Tire Sale
'president. Director L. process says the tent city oper- constructing facilities .for He has indicated that no rul-' served as director of the U.S.
The 1973-76 slate of FA officers ation will end when beds about 2,000 more Inmates lit* ing will be made in the case Bureau of Prisons from 1964- 4 Ply PolynMr
include Vice-president become available to ease the cost of $40 million, or $20trfQ t.II1tillt is seen what action the 14 or IS"$

.George Huggins, Secretary overcrowded prison system. per bed. legislature will take to provide 70.Alexander said that more F,71' 2..20
Judy Goodowns, Treasurer The tent city "Transient Earliest completion date r per- $70.95GLASS
John ,Bradley, Jr., General Unit" is being operated as an new facilities Is at Lantana |irl 'Judge Scott is also considering sons to work with prisonersand
Manager John Myers, and annex to RMC and has been August. The unit will provide' a motion by the state to less expended on "huge BELTED RADIAL
Executive Secretary Jane erected at Florida State Pri-. for 150.: Another unit for $00 .convene a three-judge federal fortresses" like those near
Glover. Report of the son, 12 miles from RMC. will be completed at ArcflqjA\ court to hear the suit filed by Raiford. STEEL BELTED RADIALS
Nominating Committee, One week after opening 136 by October.! Under constr\/\ the inmates. Only a small percentage of
headed by Ray Norman, was men have been transferred to tion at Union Correctional, TheWays and Means criminals need to be confinedin GR.7I' "". .37
accepted without change. tent city from the RMC but Institute at Raiford is anot e" Committee headed by Senator old-style facilities out in the JR.7.1 K R 7CI-, t$0.49..JO
Executive directors namedare Ii.the prison population at RMC addition that will care for%t 7. Bob Saunders of Gainesville country 'with double fences
: Greg Alvarez Mac Bald- still remains near 1,500 whichis Its completion is scheduled for has asked for an addi- and tower guards Alexandersaid. GLASS BELTEDPOLYESTER42
win, Dale Brown Raymond Pageant Talent Winner more than double its in- January 1976. Smaller Ul\il\ tional $36 million on prisons .

Bryan Zack Edwards, Arthur tended capacity of 726 In- He suggested use of many F.78'. 13!.II
Gaskins T.C. (Cliff) Hazen, mates. I different types of small facilities 0.75'5 f7.57
Jr.,. Jim Lawson Ray Norman Miss Toni Denl e whitt. a student at Plkevllle College In RMC is the most over- Softball Diamond WantedLAKE L l maximum capacity of 300 H.7.', MISS

., Lowell Parrish, Terry eastern Kentucky WOO' the Miss Pikevllle Scholarship crowded facility in the state'sprison beds, and differing correc-
Reedy, Charles Schaefer, Pageant, held in Faith Chapel at the college and sponsoredby system.. Most of the BUTLER The, If land is not available tional programs. First offen- Thomas
,. Bobby Taylor Alice Fay the Plkcville Junior Woman's Club. Miss Whitt was also Lake Butler inmates ,are in search is on for a satisfactorysite within the city limits a request ders should not be sent to an Oil
Waters Diane Westfall, and winner of the Talent Division of the pageant. to locate a Softball field tll will be made of the county to institution with hardened criminals -
Jerry Whitehead. For her talent Miss Whitt did a comedy monologue from .Man.Found or near Lake Butler. provide a site for its location.. he said.Alexander Company

The board of directors in- Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In.She graduated from Bradford Larry Powell coltrlt ty emphasized the
Dead On the matter of funds for "4.6246 003 S.Walnut
High School and while In the area became the 1973 Florida FridayThe of SI
eludes recreation director importance
''JamesBalkcorn competent
: Lloyd Allen gD. per- Stark. ,Florid.
I)(I Azalea Queen She was also first runner-up in the 1973 Brad- the recreation department the sonnel for
Harriet Bryan, peering before the council classifying the
,Ralph Bryan Harold Eunice ford County Strawberry Festival, first runner-up in the Miss body of Wheeless Ray Wednesday, May 14, mad@>>/n council approved a lump sum behavior patterns of convicted PRICE INCLUDES ALL
Duke, 53, of Rt. 1, Box 388, payment of $3,125 for the five .
Robert Foster, Tommy Magnolia Fair In Matewan, W; Va., third runner-up for Miss appeal for the council felons. TAXES AND MOUNTING
International Florida in Miami Beach, and first runner-up in Starke was found Friday, locating months ending September 30,
Hamilton assistance in
S. Hicks
R. E.W. a site,
after he
Watermelon Festival In 1973. May 16, one day was in lieu of five monthly .
Hodges, Jr., Lola Johnson preferably. in Lake Butler, Ort --- --
reported missing from his payments of $625 each.
Miss Whitt Is originally from Pikeville and Is the daughter
Z. Lee Paul which to construct
Eugene Meng a hAr
of Mrs.llazel Whitt and I.Whitt of Pikeville. She is for trailer home near Carl's Grocery Headquarters Fop
Lacy softball field..
Dave Paulk GeorgeRoberts, on SR-230, KingsleyLake. The school board and county
Dave Shuford. John Smith, merly from Starke and now resides In Pikeville. On Tuesday nil led May (3( commissioners also con-
Jerry Thompson David Wain- She enjoys water skiing, bicycling cake decorating, sew Clay County Sheriff Jen- the school board denied) tribute $625 monthly to the Homo Crown Vegetable: :
horseback and Is member of the Pikeville
ing riding
to convert the
wright.In request recreation! fund.
Murrhee said that
other action, the FA College. Kentucky Pep Club. She was Key Club Sweetheartand school baseball field to 1JTh O. B. Dukes Lake Butler
Duke's found
body was by a
a member of the yearbook staff.She plans to further her CUCUMBERS
ball use. Fire Chief gave an account to
friend, Paul E. Starling, lying
boardTook education at Pikeville College with a major in Sociology and
steps to see that the In the grass 56 feet north of the "Where in Lake Butler are< the council of the "Club 100" a
fairgrounds driveway will be minor in history and criminology. shoulder of SR-230 near Its we going to get enough land\ to fire recently and said the ,V
stabilized since rain has madea Miss Whitt will compete for the Miss Kentucky title. duringthe intersection with SR-16. The build a softball field? We
large crevice. last week of June. body was clothed only in a even find a spot big enough\\ to hampered by the use of "
-Named a Lane Develop- shirt and socks and when build a 40 foot dog pound" old and worn Out equipment. ;

: ment Committee to lay out all I\Jotlon'To Limit.Evidence found, there was no evidenceof queried councilman T. 13. in fighting the blaze two hoses '
future plans for developmentof foul play, Murrhee said. Thomas, Jr. Were ruptured because they J : \ rELLOw'
Powell suggested that l 19pd too old and worn out to / f 5f c
FA property. The com- The body was carried to were I ,(. .. .. ....
Lowell On Activities AskecA I could possible be me handle the high ...... .:.$... CORN
mittee is: Parrish Taylor Clay Memorial Hospital in available the < pressure. "f/, "''.c.'', ..:,;.....1'0'-.. DOZ.
chairman; George Hugginsand Green Cove Springs and later by county ((1.// :". .;,: .. .
; :<
.. tfit'.
Jim Lawson. transferred to Duval Medical commissioners at the airport Dukes requested council i ..Ii.. ."." ...-." ,--:::....
-Asked an investigationinto motion was filed in circuit year for the murder of Patricia Center in Jacksonville wherean property which is owned jry approval for 500 feet of heavy "
repair of fairgroundsewer court here Tuesday asking Marr 22, of Melrose; and the county. duty 2V4! inch fire hose and 300 YELLOW
autopsy was performed. BELL
lines which stopped up that evidence of Carl Robert two Lake Geneva residents Mayor John Shaw appoint feet of l'/i! inch hose. Dukes is '
Death was attributed to I
during the recent fair. Myers Taylor's activities prior to or Mrs. Bobbie L. Turner, 38, and cirrhosis of the liver accord- a committee composed PC to request the county to pay I 29! SQUASH 19?
will investigate the cost of following the murder of three her 16-year-old daughter, ing to the report. council. members MaCason jO\! Half of the $2,000 estimatedcost PEPPERS B. ,B.
replacing the lines and the. women in Bradford County on Valerie. held Sharon Minshew @ptl of the new hose, because
The is being at
The bodies of Miss body T.S. Thomas Jr. to work the equipment is used to
possibility of hooking onto the Nov.30. 1971. for which he has Marr and DMC while an attempt is with city
't", Starke sewer system. been indicted by a grand jury Mrs. Turner were found in a made to locate relatives of the Powell on the site' locatjift fight fires outside the city STRING BEANS 29
-After receiving a legal not be used in his trial set for beauty shop where they were man, the sheriff said.' search. limits. B
(" 'opinion that the FA is liable the week of June 23. employed on Highway 21 -- .-.. ..- ", '" w ngdlw.l ..
for injuries.on fairgrounds In his two-page motion, to. between Keystone Heightsand \\f
'''property1' ;rattled) A committee' ."be ruled on by Circuit Judge Melrose in the southeast J Buy:jtfcyth! LB. or.by the J
;V'i'ftt study acifotfthe. fair board R.A. Green, Jr./ attorney 'tip of Bradford County. BUCK'S: Fieri t
' 1 '
can take to protect iself. Jeffery Barker said the plea The daughter was missingat Buahvl . ,
:01 After a lengthy discussion negotiations in a case involving the time but the skeleton of \H, iN, '
.. on possible solutions President Taylor in Colorado prohibit her body was found in a MARKET
I Carver named the statements made at that wooded area just off Highway .Er PRODUCEHwy GEORGIA

'committee Arthur Gaskins time being used against him in 16, east of Starke, about seven 4 $100 ,

chairman; John Myers Cliff other cases. months later. 100 6 Mi E. Of Keystone I utnam'Hall PEACHES
Hazen Raymond Bryan of the Barker said the negotiations The state attorney's office
,Bradford Roping Club and "explicitly provide that the was taking depositions Wednesday
other members the club may statement given by the defendant from possible wit 473.2067.Office or 473-2g14 Home FLORIDA
designate to meet for further as to his prior criminal nesses in the case at the court- $100
study., activity would in no way ever house in Starke. OPEN Fri Sat $ Sun MANGOES 2 FOR
Attorney Richard Welty in be used against Taylor. ...:r-
his report on the situation Evidence concerning Tay
named three alternatives: 1)) lor's involvement in alleged or You don't have to be a foster.
discontinue use of the fair admitted criminal activitieswas parent to help a foster child. PRODUCE SPECIALS Norman's Farm
- arena and other facilities, 2)) presented to Judge Greenin There are other ways. Call
purchase insurance to cover a pre-trial hearing here on 376-3378 to learn how you can
all events 3)) require the May 8. Assistant State Attor- help. RED or WHITE 10 LB- 4020LB75. l v.WE PULLET Produce Market
r using the facilities ney Ken Hebert said at that
group provide
the insurance. time he was trying to point up Sign in a men's clothing POTATOES! E0GS 5 S118 617 N. Temple Ave.9646O71 .
'",- ------ between the mur- store "We've DOZ.
: got
On a crossroads coon y ders here and cases in other -
every man in town. ,. Open Man-Sat
store In Florida: "Your one- .states.
-Jo Cruton In Lou.vHI.courier.
shop stopping center. Taylor 37, was indicted last Journal -
Contribute by Eunlct Moor -

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Shuford Given

Hospital ReappointmentGeorge Board OUR 50th ANNIVERSARY GIFT TO YOU

Shuford of Lawtey
has been notified by the n SlfllilGfllOElJp7nO1fOfiErU1'IA( ) !\' saRfGOtlUdDDTGH50ttU11'I'oaoU6Gl? h SiltllldDUda613DIfIfG le'aoal3Dl 1t1 'n s1pTI11T'dkDDbttDTIHTIe'lo'o6DN2,.rJ.r.rI.I
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Scouting Newsby HAM Quantity R.a.rv.d Rights GROUND BEEFNO

Carolyn Eaves ILL
964-5812 la.

Members of Brownie TroopNo.
311 Invited their mother SHANK WHEN YOUPURCHASE
to a 'Mother's Day Tea
recently at the First United PORTION i 10-LB. PKG.
Methodist Church. They pre-
sented a skit, reading a poem
emphasizing what a mother
does. The refreshment table
had cookies and fudge whichwas
prepared by the Brownies. LB. r
Mrs. Kimutis and Mrs. tiF C LB.
Jackson served the punch.We eEEF PEOP"
are very proud of the RUMP PORTION 89C QTR.: SLICES La. *1'
four Cadettes recently
earned their First Class, an W-D BRAND Prices Good Thurs., May 22 Thru Wed., May 28 DRAD,"A"

award badges for and completing four challenges.six Sliced Bologna . I VSr 79C W-p BRAND USDA CHOICI Bllf BONItlSS Fryer Backs '. . . L.. 19C
These Cadettes were Irene Shoulder Roast L.. $139 1 .

Patty Wainwright Mullins, Andrea and Marlene Eaves, Sliced Ham . I . 'AT $1"1 W 0 HAND USDA CMOICI MM Pork Steaks /' . . L.. $109 1
Dawson. Only Irene was ableto All Meat Stew L.. $119 '
attend the First Class Event USDA CHO CI Silt CHUCK ROAST OR PUL1T COOKED)

Council.for Gateway This Girl Event Scout was Chuck; Steaks ". . . L.. $109 w.DlmonicoSANDYIDACHOIIIIIPteak MO1Chicken: . . 2 PICO.L. L... $199
aboard the USS Grand s . .. $269


Bonnie tulated Captain Grissett by Springer Council After Present a tour CUBED STEAKS
and tened lunch to greetings the Cadettes by the lis- HAM CR

Senior Planning Board Presi-
dent Terri Steger. They each -
received a blue and gold
badge as a memento of the 88 .
$ ;W $ 99
event.BROOKER OI.I.NMINf ...IO $

u. s. cHOicE FooaSnmpsB 3
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LB. 16-oz.
Tuesday,May 27,will be the CAN $429 PIES
last PTA meeting of the year. .
.The program will be centered ., 'f"I. /<. ,'; .,....:". '11;' ff x"
around the presentation of
awards and the'erection of f'!

i June The 6.last day of school will be Chicken Franks S;;. 39C So tines . 2 !&. $1 1 Berries . 3 PINTS -$129 Potatoes; I . 9 FOR 99

BAPTIST NEW RIVER CHURCHA Pork Sausage %t: $199 Bread . I. 3 LOAVES' $1 Corn ,. .8 ..ARS99c Orange Juice 3 32oi.CTNS.. $100
recital will be directed by

students which her will piano and organ Corned Beef Ss 99C Leg 0' Lamb LB. $149 Apples . 4 .Ko 99CATIOA' OR*IEEF PEPPER 2 P50.99c
participate t-IIIIW Si .
Friday,May 30,at 7:30 p.m.at ARROW WHITE TASTE c7 SEA HARVESfFRESH

New Everyone River is invited Baptist to Church.attend. Pates . . 'TKOCT. 88 Fish Fillet. . '. La.89c Lettuce . 1e' 25 poTatoes 3 BAGS 2 l8. $100

THE OF CHURCH PROPHECYThe OF GOD Cold Cups;.. . '100GT' 88 Cheese . *" 1 129 Lemons . 12 FOR 59 ASTOR Broccoli CHOPPED . 3 I ; S.89c-
Church of God of
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Cavaliers Quartet in a Gospel f
Sing Saturday,May 31. at 7:30: SUPERBRAND USDA INSPECTED GRADE "A"

Debbie Camp of Lawtey was LARGE EGGS TEA BAGSFAB
visiting Diana Davis and her
family over this past week

end.Paul Prescott and Rhonda
and Johnny visited Mr. and
!Mrs Hugh Markham and FABDETERGENT
Sandra in Lake Butler a while
Saturday evening May 17.

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TKLKGRAPII: May 22. 1975

I On Auto Parts Memorial Honors U. S. Dead
City Changes Policy- Buying- .:} : ; Day ,

+ STARKE City fathers in this town. I want it to stay bids on a'new garbage truck the owner of a burned down GI's
,';', rescinded their previous that way," Vickery said. for next month. house on east Call Street :From Minutemen To Vietnam
:% action and agreed Tuesday Councilman Marc Jackson asking for a written reply that
.. night May 20, to allow em then suggested that the council "Hush your'mouth" we'vegot some action will be taken soon
"': ployces to purchase automo- eliminate the ruling, and no money, said Schaefer. to clean up the debris left. No Courtesy NationalGeographic graves will be decorated at Second World'War from the grew to embrace the fallen
: tive parts where they wish but place the buying of the partsat "We got no trucks, either," action was taken on a mobile Society World War I military People of Britain." from all of America's wars.
:t.. asked that the business be Vickery's discretion but to said Streets Supt. S.R. Hicks. home that burned in Reno WASHINGTONAmerica's cemeteries such as Aisne- As in previous years, there
ei spread around as much as ask Vickery to spread the because the -insurance war dead of two centuries will Marne, France, and Flanders BEGAN,107 YEARS AGO will be special prayers this
:;" possible. business around. Jackson then -Told Dennis Rhoden his company and owner'are still be 'honored this Memorial. Field, Belgium. Memorial Day now falls on May' in the Luxembourg
:< The action came after made his suggestion into a father will have to contact thecity's in negotiations .for' damages, Day Monday May 26. World War II dead will be the last Monday in May, but village of Eschweiler for Pvt.
: Mayor Charles Schaefer had motion, McKae gave the insurance company for -Named Silcox and McRaeto The roster of combat dead honored at St. Laurent, which for more than a century it was George Ottmar Merganthaler,
",'';. employees and Parts Service, second,,and it passed unani- possible reimbursement of$94 look into the offer of spans exactly 200 years, from overlooks the Normandy held on May 30 The first of Rye, New York.
In Paul
Inc. representative Bill mously.In damages alleged to have the eight Minutemen who fell beaches, and Anzio-Nettuno in observance was in 1869 at The soldier made many
been caused the Rhoden air Faulkner to sell the city his 'at Lexington in April to of In accordance withan when his infantry unit
Dampier at the council meet 1773 Italy, as well as at scores Arlington, friends
t ing Tuesday night to get at other action the council: conditioner by the city's low property east of the power the last four Marines killed in other burial grounds order from Gen. John A. moved into the small community
why the city has not been -Agreed to' pay for voltage. The city also has plant for $78,000. The Water Vietnam in April 1973. throughout Europe, North Logan, commander of the near the Belgian
doing business with Parts Ser- material costing an estimated claims of $120 from resident Street' property (Is over three There will be ceremonies Africa! and Asia. Grand Army of the Republic, border in November 1944. The
1'\\ vice. The rule rescinded was $400 to erect rest rooms at the Rav Stone and $700 from the acres houses.and The contains Is concerned'about several 'and wreaths at 'Arlington There also will be services! an organization, of Union' townspeople were evacuated
:M that city parts business Pratt Street Playground. Rec. Dairy Queen. The insurance city National Cemetery, at at the American Memorial veterans of the Civil War. December 18 during the Battleof
I rotated among all parts Director Randall Davis presented company has so far refused to somewhere to expandthe Lexington and Concord,and in Chapel at St.Paul's Cathderalin "The thirtieth day of May the Bulge. They returned to
p..: houses on a monthly basis the request which had pay the claims,saying the city power plant. towns and cities across the London. Dedicated in 1868," the general wrote, "is find their town shelled, its
.. business been made to him the Is,not at fault. nation. And fallen American for the shattered, and their
with all or most by -Joined with other cities in November 1958, the chapel's 'designated purpose of church
,., being done with the business Parents Youth Organization.The -Was told by Engineer Don supporting location of a federal servicemen will be honored at honor roll lists the names of strewing flowers or otherwise friend dead.
.. indicated that month. labor will be done by high Ruckman the city really has Energy Research and cemeteries and chapels some 28,000 British-based decorating the graves of
..i When Parts Service Inc.'s school vo-tech students and no choice but to sign resolutions Development Administrationat around the world,the National Americans killed In action comrades who died in defenseof They buried Private
turn came, there was very city forces. accepting the federal Cape Canaveral.in Brevard Geographic Society points out.NITED' during World War II. their country, during the Merganthaler in the village
mural above
I little city business. Dampier -Agreed to provide fuel oil government's flood plain proposal. County. NATIONS Its windows are embellishedwith late rebellion and whose churchyard. A
appeared at two previous for the vo-tech heavy equip- But Ruckman advised CEMETERY emblems of the bodies now lie in almost every the altar in the restored St.
council meetings to try to getto ment class to clear the Edwards lodging a protest of the flood -Took no action on 'Schaefer's This year, as on previous American states and city village and hamlet Mauritius Church depicts the
the bottom of the problem. Road site of the city's prone area maps before accepting suggestion that a policy Memorial Days observanceswill territories, and of the military churchyard in the land." young GI in flowing robes
new Softball diamonds this the resolutions. be adopted concerning annual The custom spread in later standing beside Christ, who is
be held at the United branches.: An inscription on
from the
"I want to hear fishes
the summer. -Instructed ,Clerk Merrill military .leave for city em- Nations Cemetery in Pusan, the floor of the chapel reads: years and the holiday also feeding loaves .and to
people they doing are boycotting purchasingwhy Parts -Okayed preparation of Edwards to write a letter to ployees.. South Korea.. American "To the American Dead of the, known as Decoration Day, the multitude.

Service," Mayor Schaefer
stated. He noted a city directive
to shift the business
monthly had twice been
ignored. Schaefer called on
xti the employees for an answer: MiMORIAL

'_ "That paper said automotive -
t 0} "
parts said Power Plant
Superintendent George Grau- PAY ,
"' dons. That left the answer to
City Mechanic: Edwin Vickerywho
purchases automotive WIIK-I!

., parts
-! Vickery pointed out he has
(to keep up 30-odd city vehicles h's
f by himself. Therefore he has ''
to rely on parts being ANACIN cr
I;1 delivered SIX PAK
11'1. "There is no way to get my IN 109 SEA & SKI
o bi.. all work day done running if 1 have downtown to spend Np BOTTLE OF 100 1 4 OZ. PEPSI COLA
:1' after parts. If you give service f- Analgesic Tabs for fast pain relief. I y (REGULAR OR DIET)
,you will get the business.
Us I go where I can get the fastest SUNTANLOTION 'N LOW
'o and) l best !service," Vickery PEAK ) OR 7 UPYOUR
i L stated
'o' Dampier said his firm had 59 Ii BOX OF 1 100 CHOICE- 12 OZ. Fllpl
cut out delivery of parts TOP CANS-LIMIT 2 SIX
10' because the service was costing t TOOTHPASTE REG. 1.55LIMIT 1 Box of 100 packets of Sugar
too more than it was worth. h = LIMIT ONE substitute. Limit 1
'illo! By that, his firm cut prices to t 6.3 '
i IB "as low as anybody in town." 9i
l!j His firm could deliver twice SEA&SKI

.b' per! day, Dampier said, admitting CAPRI 09 994
Jn Vickery had a valid I ,
ti,. point. 974 SUNTAN 1 ;.M :
11 Schaefer then called on
Ino council members to state 32 OZ. LOTION

whether they thought the TYPES-REG. 1 19-LIMIT ONE
fail policy should be changed. t 3
m 11: "We need to settle this." ti
oil' Dampier said he intended to j!'
I sit cause no fuss over the -,;.; SCHICK STICKRAZOR E

looA 'problem he just wants a Jthttk 39 7 *&i ro k R 1' A r17tN
share. of the city's business.: phxl, V E % -3' : %
aln He never asked to bean exclusive &$ -

':.1 dealer, Dampier said. 4 Super Chromium blades' TJtktk y ,r 8 79 aaa. Rt ; * *
l'.J+ Leave the policy as it was, M With Limit 1j.ETAMPAX. ** ** * *
::4' suggested! Councilman Harold
I. Kpps.who said he'd like to see
,. the city business shared, but $
said he could understand r WEB AND

i) Vickery's situation.Vickery Epps for doing congratulated 374 ALUMINUMLAWN

't' un outstanding job. MAYFAIRCASETTE'
worn internally*
Maybe Dampier could The Sanitary protection
m. deliver said Councilman Ver- Limit 1 REQ & SUPER ; RECORDER PLAYER
:, non Silcox. w ;: T

ii i, Does every parts house a AM/FM/ AC/DC/ RADIO CHAIR
J. have basically the same DIAPAREIIE ,
prices, asked Councilman 79 Plays anywhere on
Jimmy McKae. Yes, replied 976x4x4
Vickery, Then he'd like to seethe a BABY WASHCLOTHS Tail :currenesRecords FLAG KIT
business spread around Nonoily. Limit 1 .1 39 directly from its Web their 1 I
McKae: said.Schaefer L. TO Sheets. Pre-moistened. ( own AM/FM radio Waterfall REG. 6.44'99c
for _.___ No.741REG.49 arms 3'x5fA
pressed an ans- ? Assorted colors to 8 8
\vi-r to the policy change. .95 choose from. deluxe American

"Leave it like it is, but I IGEL 09 3 Flag set. Include.LLOYD'S .
don't think Edwin should be rA D LEMON v 73' FOOT REWEIBING a 6'metal pole'

reprimanded" when he needs apart Qr r (ORANGE AM FM I Asst.colors. Reg.price 1.39 with eagle staff.-
quick. The quick service ANTACID REG. 4.49
was in reference to police cars 1 PORTABLE r
and garbage trucks which 12ozsize. Relieves acid indSi+tion. Limit I : 22.INCH' SELF PROPELLED ....... .... ... ... ........TV,.".
i have to be kept rolling. RADIO .
"Will you hire somebody to LAWN MO R
chase parts?" Vickery asked. SCHICK Runs oft AC current| BLACK DECKERELECTRIC
Schaefer said he wouldn't or batteries. Easy i 3.5 HP Briggs& Stratton 4-
It-bate t (hat. i'' 39 16"to use slide rule dial.. cycle motor. Easy spin recoilModal

XV: "I I can't operate! in that bind. LATHER REFILLS No.7397 ftarttr. Adjusts IV to 3" LAWN MOWER
'G..1995 cutting height.
REG. '4.99
I couldn't gel my work done.My I 1Ii-! ONE
: reputation has been good 4 TYPES-REG. 1.31-LIMIT

If I)1I : ULTRA BAN 99 I I $ i 20"1-SPEED BOX' FAN I I15blade. :,jS 88 \sr 499

ultra 5000 DEODORANT 1 speed Safety ....... .... ............
y LIMIT ONE 149 grill. No.3708 % ? : GRASS CATCHER 738
REGUTAR- : -eooot.OFU..E
8 OZ. Rag 17.99 f Fit, meet power mown. f OR SMOKE.REG .
5000 Cotton drill. R.g.see 8095

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ryd' TJO' *34k f.*' J T eEas'J t >A btu .r > ahta. w'r 3'hG..ti'R r 2 Horse Power Briggs& Stratton motor.
BEVERAGE Makes lawn edging pIN.ure.not HOSE
II.r, f chore, Regular price 99.97,
2-ph/ from

it JM Assortment of COLD DRINKS | REG.
A '
'f.n ,ft>4 colorful styles REQ 69'WOOLITE 599

7r All sues. Reg. 3.99 REG.99'MirSHHT ..........................t.........
1aaIi. 1 ,. e N N
8 8
zti4tr1.rsIi __- LIQUID VIGORO.OCIIIATI &LER #81

[ Lil1dn Brown FERTILIZERw. .rectangular:area
lini r. ? + WALK SHORTS COLD- WATER WASH. I to 2200 quart. feet. Reg.4A9
Kuril DegreeCOLUMBIA. : All Purpose Plant Food
t v ALL

b MO. Linda BEACHTOWEl 99 REG. > FOR WASHABLES80Z. FINE Aram* CameIll Llmit2 food //r ,' qjo&ORO 344

AI Louisa Brown daughter of 5 ''Iii '
b< :Mr and !Mrs Willie Brown, c ,7.49. PEG, 89! ZS
orId HI. 3. Box 486, Starke. was i BAC
awarded an associate in arts 'Wj LACK ft tBCKBR
degree from Columbia College 4"r *.b YOUR EACH

Ifa K lot commencement the college's 124th ceremonies annual designs and sites i'o'SVfi's S RAID CAR WAX : CHOICE REQ 1.69 GRASSY SHEARS

on campus May 12. Rum up to 48 min.
dt t All sizes for the tawMaser 'ales on.tingle. .bat199 -' r
Kit I .
Columbia is a private r'' A A CREAM WAX LACK ft DECKER ...
entire family a I ;t tery ...IGI'CII' _.
n Reg. 3J
: coeducational I college with 3.99 t (A."oIor.. WlP ..BYOUPONTREG 50 n. EXTENSION CORD ,I -
programs"( ( ir the liberal. 2,19tf .
IM'rlorminK and fine arts as L
| '
Tuo well us 12 career education. 99 1'12804 .
) areas ? *i& I i ,REG 9.99:''

graduate of Bradford High
bu ju School. bro at low, low prices. Over 2 million last month alone !

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I May 22. 1975 TELEGRAPH PageD!

I Speeehmobile A Traveling Speech & Hearing Clinic

"Speeehmobile!". "What inthe bile. All this,had to be hand- were costly in terms of wasted and needs. The seats were vide 110 120 volts of power. l v4
(/ world Is a Speech mobile?" carried Into each school. Thena time and money.A removed and soundtreatingwas During actual operation this'
1'hatl9 what many people in speccn clinic had to be decision was made last accomplished by installing cord is plugged 1 into any convenient *
Bradford County have improvised, often in a storage year to remedy this situation. carpeting and draperies. receptable at a school.
probably been saying or room, a teachers' lounge, a The unit consists basicallyof Lighting, heating and air-cori- (This cord has been jokingly
thinking when they have seen clinic for sick children and an old school bus which was ditioning units were installed. referred l. to as the "Speech-
what appears to be a school sometimes in a principal'soffice. scheduled to be retired as! Office and clinical fixtures wagon's umbilical cord.")
bus with these words lettered In addition to the un- obsolete surplus. It was were added. A 100 ft. power Total conversion expenses for I rki
on the sides. suitability of the physical renovated and modified to cord was connected to all the the "Speech mobile' were less e X
Actually the "Speechmobile" facilities, these procedures accomodate clinical purposes electrical equipment to pro- than 80000.)
is a mobile unit usedto
provide diagnostic and In addition to the obvious
therapeutic speech and-or advantage of having all
Bicentennial PlannedPlans .
hearing problems. In other Office Space therapy materials and equip- .w4r
words it is a traveling Speechi ment immediately available, 1I J
i & Hearing Clinic. Clinical ser- Bicen- the office during the summer. help finance various upcoming an unexpected l bonus has been '
vices are made available to tennial headquarters office in Judge Sanders also said that Bicentennial projects. realized. It.has been observed "I
students in all seven schools in the old Bradford County a special ceremony will be Ihat students receiving
'I scheduled on a regularly ,courthouse were announced at held at the old courthouse on New members of the Bicentennial therapy respond in an excep-
basis. At the a meeting of the countywide Flag Day June 14, with the Action '76 committee tionally positive manner to the
present time about 80 students Bicentennial Committee Mon- presentation of the official Bicentennial announced at this meetingwere _,
receive therapy each week. day night flag to be flown at : Mrs. Joyce Castlen "Speech mobile" setting. The ti
the site. Brooker;; Mrs. Fremont environment somehow seemsto
The "Speechmobile" (a County Judge Elzie Sanders Funds from the Bicenten- Tolles, Keystone Heights; stimulate them and
term coined by Supt. Jim said there was a need for a nial presentation of "Mark Gene Long, Joe Williams and enhance their altitudes, in- Karl Ilowell, driver of Bradford Count"Sprechinobile"is testing a young student to see if
Temple) is a practical central location for Bicentennial Twain" May 9 will be used to Kathy Struth, all of Starke; terest and motivation. Manyof his hearing Is up to par. The converted bus Is driven to the different schools In the county wlivrv
solution to the lack of space activities and informa- help defray costs of the Charles Hall BUS Assistant the children proudly refer speech and hearing diagnostic treatments are given to the students. The mobile unit solved tin-
and adequate facilities for tion, and suggested the old Pulitzer Award-winning play principal; and Mrs. .Thelma to jt as "their Speech Bus." County's problems of lack of space for such l'dllcat1onalsp'clallsts.
educational specialists. In courthouse as the logical site "Our Town," which will be Thornton, BUS History Some youngsters not enrolled
past years for example, the since its restoration has been produced with local talent Department. Two student In the therapy program have curiosity concerning "what Howell, who assumed his posi-. Professor of Speech Arts &
Speech Therapist accomplished adopted as the county's No. 1 next fall by Richard Jotkel members of the BHS History offered themselves as volunteer the kids do or learn in there." lion during the 1970 school Sciences at Saint Leo Collegein
his mission by trans Bicentennial project.. He said assisted by drama student Club will also be named to the candidates. Other year. Prior to his employmentin St. Leo, Fla. He holds a
porting all clinical materialsand (Federal funds might be avail- Mollie DuPre. Proceeds from committee in a plan to involve children, like some adults, The bus is driven by the Bradford County, !Mr. Masters Degree in Speech i
equipment in his automo- able to employ a secretary for this production will be used to more young people. demonstrate considerable Speech Therapist, Mr Earl T. Howell served l as an Assistant Hearing Pathology from the
University of (Florida and has
LT completed l additional study
and training for a doctoral
degree: He is certified by the I
THIS TERRIFIC SALE .ENDS American Speech & Hearing

( :I I o o SATURDAY. MAY 24th years Association of professional and has had experi-20

r I ence in his field. He lives in
SHOP EARLY SOME ITEMS LIMITED the Hampton area.Teacher.

.II t'I t- Talks

<:', '
, >v.
J* e e e Start DelayedSTARKE

. :k 30QUART Start of negotia-
t; lions between Bradford
G) tJQ D0 teachers and school board
PAPER have been postponed due to
CHARCOAL ICECHEST conflicts this week.
; BIG 14 INCH X 14 INCH meeting Informal discussions between I

HIBACHI I the chief spokesman of
PLATES BRIQUETS } WITH LEGS each group continues how-
ever, in an effort to agree on a
.1 c LIFE-TIME meeting place and the portionof
PACK OF 100 10-lb. BAG Sturdy foam chest with vinyl 9 the teacher contract to be

Pack of 100 Platei. Inch size. 10-Pound Bag. For tafe,fait, covered rod handle. Reg. 2.39 99 CAST-IRON presented to the administra
i Available in White only. Reg. 99' easy outdoor grilling. Lion. Bradford Middle School
Limit 1 Pack Reg. 1.29 REG. 7 Physical Education Instructor
; 13.88 > George Loper is spokesmanfor
the Collective Bargaining I
79 : Team of the Bradford Educa-

r", tion Association. Assistant
8's W.L.
Superintendent Kilpat-
I t I s Iti, ? buart size can. Regular 664 rick is spokesman for the bargaining ,
f team of the school
U r # CHARCOAL 49 board. i

LIGHTER The teachers requested that
_.q., FLUID v 9CqQ bargaining sessions be held in
4' !t' *. the county courthouse. The
# .i 9I i administration wants the

r M.05ULDED PLASTIC, THERMAL ; meetings held on school
\t! ICE CHESr.- 'I The administration wants

) Deluxe ;; the entire teacher contract
Ii 8 poly plastic.molded ,I package proposal presented
a aid2f'r7; klk't Q boa 1 F Triple, :insulated at the opening of bargaining.The .
T Side handles& teachers want to submit
GAF 126-12 hinged lid. Reg. 9.88 the first four sections of the
contract for early discussions,
X-l TORPEDO COLOR but save some sections to be
submitted at a later date.
PAKOF6. Bargaining was tentativelyset
FILM DRINKS COLDI to begin Tuesday night
FOR POOLS! FAMOUS X-1 THERMO REG 99 May 20, but some members of
TORPEDO BOARD.BUOYANT STUR ,COASTERSGREAT : : 77C the teacher team were unableto
of ill
DY FOAM ,'. ..: ( be present because
Color print film 126 EXTRA tONG I PROTECTS ness. The teachers requesteda
',; .,'. ;;'PVC CANVAS cartridge fits all in- HAND FROM HOT GRill meeting tonight (Thursday,
S 89'' stant-loading cameras, BARB 22)) but the administration -
: .Q MI' f May

2 88 ,::: ..near .:. < / SURF RIDER 12 exposures. Reg. 1.25 . .9:. .. .. / fe a aP the all-sports replied that banquet.A conflicts. with

:. beginning date is still to
i inflatable model.
: : : Heavy JUMBO
i PAPER be agreed upon between Kil-
8 Rubberized canvas. TOWELS
REG.3 49
Hand rope all around.. --.-.. patrick and Loper.
an 29" x 48" size. I I Once bargaining begins it
I 58 Reg.7.88 KODAK I must be completed in 60 days
218'1Ie..1ID 3 x under the state's new collec-
20 R 1 ,! towsua"" tive bargaining act.


.. 18" diem star. EASY DROP IN FILM Bicycle
100 flotation.For DAK
Kiddies \ lOADING.COMPlETE t HOLLAND HAM -rr; For 24
t1 J Set May
88' safety in the AIR WITH FILM MAGI-CUBE f
'\ 2488 AND EXTENDER I-IB. Pound canned I boneless'
water \ will be Bicyclt
I There a
; .
REG. 31.99 'ff : cooked? hemNo'
ullly ar
Reg.1.29MATTRESS":.' CAN J631 required. Eco Rodeo held this Saturday,
I r \ \ |lean. A picnic May 24, at the student driving
I it.
.\1 behind the Bradford
rt outdoor chefs range
Inflatable \ or shelve
27"x72"for \\ \, \ for unexpected guests i(6a ( .Middle School.
i':, :SWIM MASK 1 plastic.! POLAROID t t REGULAR 209PLAYING wxa The starting time will be
200. The limits will be
119 1 many hours : age
'110 099 FILM grades 38. These grades will
1.69 Limit 2 be divided into three divisions
10 pictures senior division (7 & 8)), in-
CATFISH 9offtoating :> per pack termediate division ((5 & 6)),
} t ra that develop, L ir ? } ,
9 OVAL SWIM 499 a A' Cy and junior division ((3 & 4). A
I' MASK :1 ,Ia in broad day.
E REG. tit i I I. $3.00 gift certificate will be
egg ,',[ "r -... given!: to the first place winner
; CARDS FoR ;. in each division. A $2.00 gift
5FOOTSWIMMI A' certificate will be given to the
( :\ Eckerd Brand. Bridge Pinochle or
SYLVANIA second winner and a
Poker Regular 394 each pack; (
-' % $t.9o gift certificate to each
= FLASH BAR'' 11 VAPORETTE DOG OR CAT' third place winner. All gift
LIFE VEST \7.. certificates are to the Dairy
POOL "I guaranteed REG. The Dairy Queen is a
.. -.L. flashes for use 99"t along with the
5-FootGlantTuffy. 199 with flashbarcameras.. i For your pet's protection. Kills fleas for 90 days. .ia Florida National Guard, of the a

I ST// unbreakable Poly. ,! rodeo. The first 80 people to
t >;:
/ with Deco-Bright register will receive a bicycle

r: 3' 9 9 5.49' 144 laminated Folds design. PAID PRO STRENGTH J 3. safety Florida flag National donated Guard.by the

a Reg.7.99 ANT & ROACH KILLER A very important part of
16 OZ. AEROSOL-REG. 1.69 i ie this Rodeo is the bicycle
\ safety check. Each entry will
have his bicycle thoroughly
t"1. HUIIT.,.SOMIITIMS UMItIB IHmTI IIV *IUNMT IO-7 I checked for faulty brakes and
l SALE PRICES other safety features. Par-

ROD RIOT" t GOOD (EBtfBFBBBSHOPPING J (! I the Figure ticipants following,will the Falcon also events be Forward judged, the in

, I % If I fHRU CENTER ability coasting, steering ability ability breaking and

) usage of hand signals. Bicycle
25 SATURDAY 813 WALNUT"ST.ZEBCO safety.will.be taught to all

202 OFF : participants..." _
.This bicycle rodeo is a
REEL With RODCOMBINATION jiJ 'SsJfc tr community project planned i
ALL RODS "' by> John Cooper and Chuck
: :l: : IAIIMtMEtICAAI / Choose from a large caN : : from Troop 70 plan to complete -'
selection of Famous x'....e ?d.." r work for their Eagle
, .Easy to operate. Name spinning rods f II//i I a II IlL... S Scout rank by late summer. A
rods and boat ._ ..... i iS2
9 9 Filled with pre- spincart \OD. ,..;.. community project Is one of
\ .. Fra..6..ltwater. d.-r' t
IIIiumline.Flverods. .. the last for,the rank of
It steps
4 wr :. .
"..foot soincast rod. 18 2 place:tubular & I ,y, _,....e.v ; ...... .. 'es Eagle Scout. '
DEALERS '"'"aw. .. -
c solid models. NO 1 .
1 REG. 5.98 PLEASE. [ "vw ........ 1"111I"0"" ;*AtooA
.. DRUGS I FOR SALE: Typewriter and
aXr .Addlruj MGc. ribbons. etf,
I Th. office Shop -, a

01' 'h
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Page 10 TELEGRAPH May ZZ, 1975

.. -

..eo County Agents By
I rr
03OT .. Notebook Bobby!

THE EDITOR Taylo'f' ,_ tit
.., a u : aJii

,. I

s, We had a good opening of Speaking of beans, several
the Farmers Market last folks are planning to grow
......- Hunt Club Protest To Governor Saturday. The variety of soybeans this year. The op-

vegetables offered was sur- timum planting date for
prising because a' few folks soybeans is May 15th to June
.. 150 yards from where a turkeywas ./). when soil moisture Is
AN OPEN LETTER silence.since then has been has sweet corn, tomatoes and'a 15th
--i I TO GOV. ASKEW shot. He heard a gun and golden.We few other vegetables that favorable for germination and

then went over to where these were a little early. The sweet .growth. The Bragg variety
'.. May 16, 1975 two parties were. Mr. Starling then approached Glen E. corn seems to be better than it appears to be the most

: Dear Governor: does not know which person Sapp, investigator for the has been before. I hope you popular one in our area.;
shot the turkey, nor which 1 State Attorney's office, and t have plans to get some this '
As ordinary citizens of the person climbed the fence into advised him that the Hunt !t's 1 Saturday. This is also the time to plant

State of Florida, we are the Blanding Preserve and got Club wanted to bring action I other summer forages like
wondering if there is one law the turkey When Mr. Starling for trespass. We have been La 9 Remember the market is millet and sorghum-sudan,

for us, as citizens, and a arrived, Mr. Schatz's father'' advised that some type of running ,on Saturdays and grasses. These grasses .will
different law for an employeeof had the turkey over his paper has been handed to Tuesdays from 10 a.m. until need good. amounts of fertilizer. -

.. the Game and Fish Com shoulder and each had a Gene Shaw, Assistant State r 4 t vegetables are gone or people I havesaid many times
mission. shotgun. These parties left Attorney .ri y have gotten all they need. I that it is important to take.a:
Y a with the turkey. I I hope your needs will be soil sample to determine,

On or about March 22, 1975, Now, Governor, we are at quantity for your freezer, liming needs before planting:
an employee of the Game and Mr. Starling contacted the our wit's end. It has come to a since idea of the market is to any crop that uses fertilizer, A,
Fish Commission, by the Game and Fish Commissionand serious situation in the provide a source for home soil test tells us the liming

name of Jim Schatz, and his they came out, surveyedthe Nation, in the State, and in canning and freezing. needs and gives us a basis for.
father and wife, left Road 225 situation, saw where the the County, when an employeeof fertilizer recommendation<.'
and drove all the way throughthe feathers were, and made the State can violate the law Flower Show Probably the most popular Call us today for information
Camp Blanding Preserveto some chart of the situation. with impunity and nothing is vegetable last year was peas.It about our soil sampling and*

a gate opening upon a done. looks like I It will be a week or testing service. -

firebreak on the West side of The lease of these lands is Breaks Attendance RecordLeonard so longer before peas and $
is We
Our last recourse you. beans will be Speaking of soil samples:
Road 225. They had guns in butter availablein
the Clay
held in the name
do not think that, because the Warren Carver, our
County1 l
their truck. This was in quantities. Hope you are
Club. As Presidentof
Gully Hunt State Game and Fish Com- his assistant. ASCS ,, Director, has .
violation of this preserve. the club knowing that the Dantzler a studentin its predecessors were the new making room in your freezer >announced e
mission Is a constitutional hybrid impatiens from New the sign-up period 0(.
When they got outside the law had been violated, I went entity, they are immune from the horticultural programat Dantzler, who has been Guinea and the new hybrid now. May 15th to June 15th for the
Blanding Preserve, they with Mr. Starling to the Game the law. Union Correctional In- enrolled in the program five; from Since we are still faced with 1975 Agricultural Cou0j
parked their truck in the and Fish Commission office in stitution, Raiford, is pictured years, entered exhibits in 11 Kalanchoe Germany.This high fertilizer: prices this servation Program (ACP),

firebreak, which is about 10 Lake City and we were advised We are asking for a full and above with the handsome divisions of the show and wona year's show attracted should be a good time to 'This is the program .wlit'tciS;
feet wide, and walked by these officers that complete investigation, by a striped bromeliad from Brazil blue ribbon in each division 3,041 visitors during the two consider summer legumes for USDA cost-shares practices
southerly for about a mile. "Jim Schatz is a good man; he grand jury, if necessary, who which won him the coveted entered. and a half days it was open to ,forage and cover crops. These such as pasture estdblish-...
In the
Jim Schatz and his father both has already been punished; wants our county protected. rosette award 15th the public. This exceeded the crops can supply excellent ment, liming summer'.midii
Dantzler also the
had shotguns. This was about and there is nothing furtherwe annual Flower Show staged by arranged record of 2,550 set two years quality forage, provide their winter cover crops, water
intend to do about the Yours truly UCI last weekend. Pictured huge display of 15 types of
7:15: a.m. very with Dantzler M. B. Philodendrons which ago before the energy crunchcut own nitrogen and many of control, and other things t lal'll;:
was a
matter. attendance in 1974. Each them will leave some nitrogenin prevent erosion and conserveour
o i A man by the name of CLAY GULLY HUNT CLUB Jordan (right), instructor and highlight of this year's show. visitor was given a complimentary the soil for later crops. soil. Ills office; is 'in the' .

__ Marklee Starling, who has Our Representative in the Leaton U. Morgan,Jr. originator of the horticulture Other features which plant to take Summer legumes that will Agriculture Building on North

possession, under lease, of the legislature was then contactedand Route 2 Box 58APresident program, and Cecil Crawford., distinguished this show from home. grow in our area are cowpeas,' 301 in Starke. Call him if you .
lands adjoining Camp he assured us that hairy indigo, sesbania and have questions concerning"these
Blanding, was located about something would be done. The Starke, Florida 32091 "''. .. .. ._ velvetbeans. programs.
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. Where Will It Stop? '..1.'y",,:;. '' '''.. .''iT' .../ .. ... ...,., FORESTRY

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To the Citizens of Starke, the setting up a stockpen of sorts the Reno area and hear them IN BRADFORD COUNTY .''

Starke City Council ahd within 150 feet of my front imply with just a simple Oh!,
t Whom It May Concern: door. This is too much. I have this saying that you are from

faced many things since the slum section of the city. '
I have lived in the City of moving here, and I just will People tend to look down on After some question, there's Building. Mr. Carver hap ',,)
Starke for four years, am a not tolerate cows this close to residents of this area. Why? .-, finally assurance that there informed me that the sign' up

Bradford County native, a me. The filth and stench that Because of the things such as I .. "'r-. \ will be a national Forestry period for these programs will : e
taxpayer, homeowner and a will be created is too much to have mentioned here that i _.{ ''::. '' Incentives Program (FIP) run from May 15 June 15.

very disgusted citizen.As expect me to accept when it is makes this an undesirablearea \, .i' \'...' A' .. .;t-.. '-.. again this year. It's a vital Plan to come in and sign up.
right in my front door. This is much like the slums of y'' program that got good during that time period if you
: ,,
such I have been that exposed thoughtless of the owner and the big cities. ... \. :.' ,,> :, .. reception in Florida last year. are interested.FIP .
to so things "
as unwelcome as an outside r'\ '
tend to make all-black toilet in the middle of Call We can eliminate this stero- (:" f'\. The program Is for those differs Soil from' the
Bank- although
communities a deplorable and ; -p'. original ,
Street. who are interested in improving -
typecasting of our commun
.. undesirable place to live. (I .> .) their woodlands both have helped (to encourage
ity. But it takes the Citizens, .. ,
guess I need not tell you that I This has got to be corrected. Council and Boards to do it. :r. i\' '" ,. .doing site preparation to plant forest management practices.' .
am also black). These things I think this has gone too far in (Working together). ;:. '. \ to/" trees next winter, or jsut Million of acres of pines now

include: ignoring zoning codes and ...':"",.J.'-, ,.... planting trees on land thatdoesn't standing throughout; the South'J7and !
." ,1 4rJf much of Florida are the
health codes. And as far as I .
require sits
I am asking the City Coun- result of the, Federal",
11 Neglect non-interest on am concerned, the straw that / preparation. direct
.the part of the blacks fo build breaks the camel's back. cilmen to put a stop to this cow J- a I* Soil Bank While themovemepl)8a _

,t .up and.keep up their! areas. .A* | t 'and situation stench that will bring flies I-, 'Tber\; : rsi6n', of FIP which ;! mlltnl.If:\! H
straighten out this
: I have put up with llg''nthis ; President Ford signed' into retire land from active crop
2( Lack of interest or fear of same location for nearlytwo septic tank situation (I realize e, law, along wfth' the' 1975 prodllcU/jn/ 9l'also ptl fc. eSft

retaliation for bringing things years (they have been that we are working on this) Emergency Farm Bill, in- the land !and put ''it to"ggod _.
lo the attention of Council and moved); sewer-infested ditch that creates health hazards, .. cludes three pluses, or improvements conservation use." In mu Boards for correction of the and clean up areas that are .... .. the FIP is designed
water standing, creating mos- l over the 1974 same way ) e e
conditions. quitoes and weeds growing in mosquito breeders. These 4 cost-sharing: arrangement. to help insure. that there willt_
i places are right in the City, be land in managed"
same to 4-5 feet high; sewer .. enough
3Non-support( for the line backing up to my house maybe not on Main Street, but ..... First of all, the law provides forests for future timber
people who are interested in even though my own lines still well within the boun- $15 million for approved needs. Only smaller Ian--
doing so. daries of the City.Let's forestry that are to since it
were clear of obstruction, this 'r rPeachy practices downers are eligible,
stemming from being con- r be shared by the key forestry is this category \that needs,
4( The tendency of the Council get the 'Bicentennialspirit.
nected to line with three other states. assistance in establishing
and Boards these Let's clean
to neglect up our city
family units on it and not woodlands to meet future'limber
areas. (Maybe mainly due to connected at now black community and What this means for needs. '
the fact that none of the members being properly all. Season Florida: 95
other units .
the ; stinking
live in these areas and
are not exposed to the thingswe overflowing septic that tanks, This should be a priority, The Peach Season Comes Early at Kingsley Lake. Neil and Cbell Elder are shown with their 1. More funds are initially

are). This is because of spilled garbage cans can starting today. bumper crop of peaches. Their orchard is five years old, and is an experimental stock available ($278,500 as com- F
be out with stone
only set a pared to$189,000 allocated last 1 Da4LDG7LaL
lack of representation of this ) soil of north Florida
for the sandy
inside rock produced by the Agriculture Dept. at the U. of F. especially
(not just a or Please have this looked into. year.)
community on these Boards. The Elders, reside that have over 20 bags of peaches to
who on Hwy 230.state they given away
but stone
brick a big building It not be .i'
Not a black representative on may so important friends and there the trees. The peaches are small in size, however, they 1
are plenty more on
them. that almost caused me to be the others as it is to me since I 2. The individual landownercan PCJL[;
bedridden after I lifted it once am the only one that is are very tasty. qualify for greater ,

5t( The lack of obtaining to keep the can upright after directly affected by the cows assistance. Depending on the By Wlliia m S. Haas '
results from responsible dogs continuously turned it being here, but itit doesn't type practice he uses, after Service Officer s .
departments when complaints over). Stray dogs are a major stop here, where will it? How Local Guard New Mem hers consulting with a qualified,
are made. The only way they problem in this area; loud far will you allow it to go? All forester he may receive The Service Office has had (
{ lend to notice is that you go to speaker at building where serVICes the way to Call Street? a assistance of up to 75 per cent several requl'stsfor information .
the meetings which is impossible were being held turned Off SundayFor ; x Being Sought of his costs to a maximum of about automobile and
most of the time. Why directly toward my front Essie Mae Cuf fee r $10.000 per owner.. Last year's adaptive equipment: also, the

can't they survey the areas room, full blast and the services A Concerned Citizen BlandingCo. ByBUARCThe cost-share payments were State D.V. automobile tags,.

t they represent and try to see being held any time of Starke,Fla. limited to $2.500 per landowner -
} some of these things for them- day or .night (about 100 ft. : D (Maintenance) 53d Bradford-Union) The D.V. tags are adlliiniit: :
Battalion the local lered by the State of
). ,
selves. They are not hidden away TIIANKSDEPVTY Support
Association for Retarded
from view and interested National Guard unit, will join 3. The number of counties The new law recently passed
citizen can see any them.I None of these complaintsgot Sheriff Dolph] Reddish other units of the 53d Infantry Citizens, Inc, is sponsoring a' eligible for FIP assistance has for disabled veterans and ser*.
for members.
results. I told drive new been increased from 35 to \icemen't automobiles
was even Bradford County Courthouse' Brigade at Camp Blanding 60. >andr-l
I am sure these are only a once by the Police Depart- Starke, Florida 32091 Sunday,May 25, for two weeksof requirement for becoming of a The only counties not adaptive equipment:. .
few of the problems of our ment that I would be arrestedfor annual field training.The I member is to child be the parent be interested designated are Palm Beach, Increases the ;ibasict
community, and not just con- disturbing the peace if I Dear Sheriff Reddish: local unit commander is a retarded or Dade, Broward, Monroe, Lee, automobile from
fined to the Reno area. How- call them again when I was Capt. Robert L, Kelly. j in the welfare of the Collier and Hendry, as their authorizes grant $2.800rto

ever, Reno is one of the major having trouble of a different Our faculty appreciated the The more than 3.000 troops retarded.At current production of timber $3.300.of certain the. pay1ment .
sections of this city and it nature. Boy, this is service informative and educational will spend the 15-day period s7 the next' membership per acre per year is below the power assibt-the4;
with smile! I had to live with session on drug abuse pre- Bradford Uipmenl| required for
should be looked after. a (May 25 through June 8)) June minimum required.
all of this or just give up my sented by Deputy Denton. I'm performing on-the-job meeting association on Thursday.will give County did not have this sale operation of the vehicle- m
the awaya
The main thoioughfares are home and move away. But sure that we are now more training, as well as training in machine particular program last year. including air-conditionlngr CT
Necchi sewing
old and I aware of the potential problems power seats and windowRftS;; u.
the sloppiest areas with trash anything gets am rifle marksmanship, firing donated by Robert and Hilda
and weeds. Roads are almost damn sick and tired of these that are involved with other weapons, and studying- the Last year, Florida over- 'larifies the term "'adaptiveequipment" -"
impassable and sidewalks, things going unattended. the misuse of all drugs. Your such subjects as map reading, Milner.association Those at this who time join will subscirbed its allocation, .. to include; such'saequipment

what few there are covered office has certainly helped us first aid tactics, ad- free ticket on the indicating an interest In as an eligible B
with sand buildup and under I am buying this home to acquire some much needed ministration, supply, and drawing receive a for the sewing growing timber that hasn't son may need to get in or pertj out B

water in spots after a rain. because I have little choice of information as we try to provide other military subjects.Approximately machine. Tickets to non- been seen since the days of the of a vehicle previously;or subsequently -C t I
Vacant lots are like forests. where I can live, but I don'tthink a quality education program 180 .members Soil Bank Program.A ,? B
sell for $1. purchased Iwltti.l
members !
I should have to put for all students. .
up of the local unit will leave 39 funds.Removes .
Old and should be with the things that With recent forest Chapter 5
cars junk go for at 8:30 survey
: a.m. Sunday.
camp dues
moved because they are eye living here since I do pay Again, thanks for your They will return to the Starke Hand Carved Membership$8 family are $5 per$10 showed that most of the the restrictiveline -,;. I

sores, mosquito beds, snake taxes and have a Councilman. cooperation. Sincerely I armory on Saturday, May 7, for person per The machine is woodlands in need of of duty, direct perfor- B
beds and (II don't know him but I am Dove To groups. management belong to of, B
dangerous play Jim Duncan with Sunday, May 8, set as a BeUnveiled being displayed at Winn- mance duty criJerliprjl'; ;
areas for kids. Broken bottle told that I am represented). I Principal training date for main- Dixie.. private owners, with tracts of sently imposed 'on veterans B
glass is a major problem on want action on this cow tenance, care, and storage of less than 500 acres. Wyatt discharged since Jan. 31: 1955. B
sidewalks and roadways.My problem if not the others, equipment, and preparing for For additional information Thomas of the state ASCS The only requirement would B
PDQ! ,willi unit training at the home contact Ressie Griffith, 964- (Agricultural Stabilizationand be service-connection for permanent B
main complaint at this station. The Church of God in Starke Conservation Service( impairment of'both. B
8699 Corine Corbett
moment is: A trailer across I am appealing to the citizens Members of the local unit will unveil a hand carved .Starke; Rachael Buff, 964-6409,' has said that the funds from eyes to a prescribed degree in
the street from me burned 'of this community to B.l.d. and t.i.d. on prescrip- will spend their time at white dove in the baptistry of ; 473- ear's Fl?. allocationwould service during 'OI'.aftfr..world" B
about three weeks ago. It is a stand up with me to the things tions are abbreviations for repairing equipment such camp the church during the 7 p.m.. 4570 Archer Keystone;Lake or Mary "bring about the War II. -
horrible sight to have to look that I have mentioned that the Latin terms bit in die as Sunday evening service on 496-2056. Butler. planting of about 4,500 acres of
automotive and track ........................... Establishes driven, I
at. Yet, instead of trying to get cause this community to be a meaning twice day and vehicles, canvas, radios, and May 25.'tThe trees"and give a push to some ,a
this eyesore cleared up the ghetto type. It is so appallingto fret in die meaning three other 100 to 125 woodland owners. training program- at all YA B
in tell that live requiring dove carved in CORRECTIONIn Hospitals, and where B
owner put cows to graze, someone you in times a day. welding and machine was appropriate -
shop basswood by tht. host pastor of Persons owning 500 acres or at VA Regional 1 Offices
work. The unit will operate its the church Rev. M. E. Drake, the April 24 issue of the mere of productive tim- and other medical facilities tQ B

own kitchen and ad- and is emblematic of "peace, Telegraph it was incorrectly berland or lands that have had Instruct eligible' 'pers ns .to( B

ministrative operations purity,and the Holy Spirit.'!'It stated that Raiford's new timber harvested in the last operate the type pf automobile
PSG J. E. Tomlinson is the will be unveiled in relation' to town hall was constructed'on five years are not qualified to or other conveyance the B
Shop NCO where the main- ."property donated by the Sea- receive funds .under this person
4p the observance of Pentecost wishes to obtain under B
&cvAO "
miliP4 tenance operations will take board Coastline Railroad. ;'program. They may, Chapter Titles ; B
Sunday. k39 38 *U.$.
The units will '
place. parade on The' Town of Raiford however however, qualify for Code '

Friday, May 30, at 3 p.m. on This special service 'will paid SCL .the sum of assistance under the ACP Provides authority' for the

n tenf1'jl0' o the parade grounds near the conclude with a water baptism $1500 for .24 acre of land and program. In any case, if you Veterans Administration to

'- BQB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER main gate. The public is in- service, anti everyone ,is SCL donated the old' depot wish to plant some of your carry: out an' expanded pro-i B
vited to attend this event. the town with the
I Publishers welcome to attend.; building land to commercial timber gram of research and B
Other Senior Noncommissioned stipulation that it be torn but can't afford M
f'\jbtishedeach Thursday and entered as second Class Matter at the Post t Office at Starke, Fla under Act I 1 officers in the down and the lot cleaned do so without financial to development, in the field .ofadaptive i* B

of March 3, 1879. unit are PSG R. A. Underhill, TAKE A F I.U H I U A as a condition of the uPi assistance, should contact equipment,, convey-.. B
you antes
Subscription rate in trade area: M per year: $3.50 six months. F. M.- Stephens, Donald E ,transaction.. Warren Carver at the ASCS habilitative"including devices.vana' and re-
Outside trade area: .7 per year: $...00 six months. Wainwright Lovell, Johnnie and Johnson, f Ej The Telegraph regrets the office or give me a call. We' The Veterans Service.. B
George SFC Irvan
!Phone 964-6305 are both located at the Office is '
Starke, Fla.a Covington."I n E AK error.. In the County Courthouse .
.. Bradford County Agricultural in Starke. B

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May 22, 1915 TELEGRAPH Page.13SPORTS
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Bradford Seniors'

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I High School senior Their Inexperience was very taken of he( senior game,
football players dressed out in evident against the veteran Coach Hurse found no one
full gear for the last time of seniors, the coach said. individual to be a standout as
auit their high school careers on such but saw much to be s
Thursday night, 15 when "Offensively it was a case of
... Mal pleased about overall from the
they met next year s starting being over-powered on He
young players. that
line was Coach Hurse'sremark .
lineup in the annual Senior- they will have to work
Varsity football game which The offensive line very F
u hard this
summer to
they won 267. was unable to cope with a r O
strengthen themselves so they
more experienced opponent.
can out what is
carry expectedof
Defensively it was mostly a
"We won't play a better them in their respective -H
case of poor play recognition.
/t tirw team all season next year than The team has been working positions next season.
these seniors," said head foot on
play recognition all spring! but
ball Coach David Hurse. they still need a lot of improvement The team has a lot of hard f P
Most of the seniors have before work ahead of it for this week
been playing varsity ball for night's Jamboree. Friday trying to prepare for the two _
four years and are very ex completely different offensive
perienced. Coach Hurse strategies they will meet in These Union County High School Athletes received special recognition and awards for their'
reported that they used their Quarterback Jimmy Jamboree.Eastside outstanding achievements at the annual Spring Sports llan<|iiel. They are (Front ,row l-rI:
experience to the advantage. Prevatt was injured in Thursday's runs a Fred Clemmons, Timmy Whitehead Billy Cain, Luke Smith Chris Lawson lioyy.iv Perry.
M q BIq game. He received a winged lines T in while Gainesville (Standing, I-r): Bill Hemme, Gerry White, Walter Brooks Barbara lain David Hanks, Greg
badly bruised leg and up a pro set.
mayor Glnstrom,Steve Stautamlre.Joe Louis Thomas,JoellaxwellandRalph: Williams
"They all played a good may not be able to call plays
game, especially Matt Hull for the Jamboree. The and
r. 1 who played quarterback for enced football young team has Inexperi-lot Union ''
the first time," said Hurse. The Jamboree will be held of both offensively a High Holds' Spring'ports

11a The varsity took an early at the Citizen's Field in and potential defensively and with a lot

lead after they scored on their Gainesville on Friday night, of hard work will have a good ,
first of the May 23, and is scheduled to
possession ball. "
ball club all of the coaches .
I.. The seniors came back and begin at 8 p.m. The Tornadoeswill Banquet For "A
scored when Donnie Sewell meet Eastside in the first agree.

caught short pass in the end- quarter and Gainesville Highin "We should Improve with

zone. Tommy Reddish the third., every game- we play next

grabbed the next score on a After watching the movies season," says Coach Hurse. Year Of Accomplishment"LAKE
short pass and a 40 yard run ,
for the goal. James Aldridge -

.j made a beautiful punt returnto Recreation Department LoadsDiamonds BUTLER Union had a group 'of 10 boys that was voted most valuable.
score from over 60 yardsout. wanted to win." Fred Clt'mmons'was
.The last County athletes for all spring considered -
touchdowncame sports were honored Tuesday Eight out of the ten boys will the,, best defensiveman
Matt Hull on a met busted trouble play when With Summer LeaguesStarke night during the annual Spring be graduating next season but with 'a .960 fielding
up the Sports Banquet held in the some good prospects are'com average: "
and pitched back to Parks and The Men's Softball League high school cafeteria. ing up from the JV said the Coach Terrell Bass 'was

:.9 ......t''A 4'L rat ,Elva Hampton who scored Recreation Departments 'plays on Monday and Thur- coach. filled with praise for his track
: i Jt'. .. around the end. Spring and Summer sports sday nights-also at 7:30: and Members of the school's Special trophies were team that won both the Conference -
Junior program is now in full swing 8:45.: Six teams make up the baseball, basketball, track, awarded to five of the out- and District and
+ for runningback Richard Lashley caught this sideline Coach Hurse feels that the with six leagues of Softball agenda for this season. tennis, and girls basketball standing players. Boyzie qualified six runners. for the
pass a short gain and was tackled out of bounds by senior game experience was very and baseball., teams as well as the varsity Perry received his award as State !Meet. Seven school
Elva Hampton show In hot .
pursuit.Cunningham rewarding for his young team. Most of the leagues are in'' Cunningham, an old and junior varsity cheer- the best free throw shooter by records were broken by the
their early stages and, according -' established team is leading leaders were honored Indivi- sinking out of 100 attempts team members.
to Parks and the league and as of now is dually by their coaches. The most improved playerwas Special awards were given
: Is UnIn lefeated Recreation Director, Randall undefeated. Brooker startedthe Gerry White. Walter to Steve Stautamire for being\
Davis, the competition is league recently when Fh.gt After the ''banquet was Brooks, who held a scoring the best ,distance runner.
tough and enthusiasm Baptist dropped out. pine opened, Head Coach Jack average of 18 points PIT game, Curtis Sirmones and Luke
The city's two ball pars,' Air's Green Machine is ,Jones took the''stand and received the trophy for best Smith for best sprinters, ands

Men'sSoftba'llLCunningham Pratt Street and Westside basically the famed Garden began his praise for the accomplishments -' offensive player. Brooks Joe Louis Thomas as. most
', e ague are tightly scheduled to ac- Resturant nine. Dodd's of the teams voted All-Conference. David valuable. Thomas entered the
comodate the many teams, Sunoco is a newly establishedteam this season. For the first time Banks was also voted All-Con maximum of five events in
softballers Monday night action, May ended the game as Hardee with games almost every along with Smith-Brown in the history of the Suwannee ference and was awarded the every meet, three running'andtwo
continued to dominate Men'sLeague 12, saw Cunningham soft- scored the winning run. afternoon and night. Independents. The final teamis Conference, one of the oldest best defensive player trophy. field events scored a total
action during the past ballers in their closest matchof Sunoco outhit Cunningham "The Women's Softball First Methodist.The in the State being established The most valuable player was of 153 points and broke,three
week by extending their un- the season as they barely 1312. Bill Sanford led, CUn- League holds on Junior Boys Softball in 1923, a school took the Con- found to be Joe.Maxwell also school records.
defeated streak to nine squeezed by Dodd's Sunoco 7- ningham with three hits.Steve and games nightson League is made uQ'of bovs ference titles in all four major an All-Conference candidate. The banquet was "closed
straight without a single loss. 6. By the end of the sixth Inn- Cox, Wesley Sheffield, Fred Tuesday the Pratt Thursday Street diamond. between the ages of 13 and 15. sports."A The players chose the with a benediction by Joe jl
The big orange and blue has ing the score was tied at 6.6.Dodd's Wheeler, and Terry Hardee They have two games each The boys play on Tuesday and recipients of these special Maxwell, another Union
combined a great offensive went three up three each contributed two hits for night with the first starting at Thursday afternoons at 3:30: year of accomplish- awards. Before Coach athlete.
team with an adequate down'in the top of the seventh. the winners. 7:30: and the second around on the Westside diamond. ment" was the term used to Thomas could step down he

_0- defense to shove aside all Back to back doubles by Terry RafmondThomas had three 8:45: The League is'made up describe the feat and the was given a plaque of appre-
challengers so far. Hardee and Billy Sanford The league is not large
with ciation from the team
<, .... of four teams.., theme for this year's banquet. players.
1'orin.L'"-,B- ., Starke-- Donnie Pine Air Bagwell.s Green Machine' ; Bret', .and .Jerr:("' Athletic enough scheduled to league actually so they form just a as"We've' had what's: known Coach Vern n' :ITurncr 'pre-. Lai t:t:lti ti sr t L''ts Kt
Center ,
., -. .Cycle _Is.Now' had no mercy onJSrooker as House sponsors the} ''ream divide up :Helm ''and' play'I_Jones a supenleamsaidCpa@h while-describing .the a'1tS11ted awardsto !Jbp 1111:01.; ad en a... '
they brushed them aside 175. made Up basically of the old, different"games' each at'- athletic hors hisJ\, :;basket all team< i
outstanding year
The big inning for Green Blalock's team. Independent ternoon. Registration is still that also had a winning season
is not
_, i- SuzukiSUZUKI Machine was the first when Merchants is a new team open for any who might wantto "Winning it every-beats by winning all but four of their
they knocked in eight runs to which is made up mostly of join the play. The boys have second thing..but sure 18 games by Neil, Crawford
\ get off to an early start. David high school girls. DampierInc chosen' an all-star'team' that place. Most valuable player was

Bennett was the team's lead- is a new sponsor for the will compete in i invitational voted to be Ralph Williams As the Bradford
SUZUKI ing hitter going 4-4, including old Koch's Drug team., tournaments'' throughout the Mrs. Francis White was Williams was the second lead- Bassmasters launched their
a.home run. Randall McGee 1 Brooker has formed the fourth area. They will host the State introduced to' award the ing scorer and the first in free
boats Saturday, 17at the.County
II Landing Little
5tarkea. home runs. Jim Temple led a new comer to the league. July 25.. standing work and dedication" Santa' Fe Lake enthusiasmwas on
Brooker with three hits. during this winning sea For the second year the
Dodd's Sunoco handed A Church''' Softball Leaguehas The Dixie Youth' Baseball son. Throughout the night the school has had tennis teams a little low. .
Smith-Brown been established for the'' League is holding a single cheerleaders were thanked by Coach Frank Yanossy Knowing how Santa'Fe has

sixth loss Thursday Independentstheir first year and is proving to bea game on Monday, Tuesday' the different teams for their awarded letters to membersof been for the past few years,
May could
15, as they won 104. Larry success. The games are and Thursday afternoons anda support ;and ,undying spirit. the girls and boys teams you Bassmasters.sympathize' with the
a. played on Tuesday and Friday double-header on Friday. All Barbara Cain was chosen as
RIDE TO WORK was top man for 'The warded Bassmasters realized when
: Sunoco with three hits. nights at the Westside ball games begin at 5:45: on the girls were gold the most valuable girl. andUreg
Floyd attach their letters returned
pins to to they to the landing at
Two Pratt Street
Crawford led the park: games are played diamond. Ginstrom as the most
Indepen- by Mrs.White. Varsity Cheerleaders noon that they would begrt'eted
er dents with two hits. each night beginning at 7:30: A Small Fry Softball Leagueis valuable boy.
awarded were: Captain by a hungry crowd.
and 8:45. Four local churches now being formed of boys
outhit the
Independents 165. sponsor teams in the league. and girls between the ages of Regina Phillips, co-cap- Union baseballers won the They and their familiesenjoyed
In the second '
1; game Cun- tain Jean Holmes, Donna the fish fry and had
First Baptist and Madison 79. Conference but were edgedout
RIDE TO PLAY.IsUZUKfofSTRRKE ningham blasted First Metho- Street Baptist have sponsored Alexander, Barbara Cain, of the district in the lirst plenty to eat. Over 125 people
254. Lamar
Sanford led teams in the Men's League in Registration 'is still open Donna Crawford, Paula game. were fed during the two hour
Cunningham with three base Dobbs, Merrell Hart, Renee period between 12 noon and 2
hits of the previous years and are the with the first practice "We didn't go as far as we
teams total 21. .
Bakken Gary only experienced teams in this scheduled for June 2. Games Newsom Melanie Read, and wanted to go," said Coach p.m.It
\ Methodist.had two hits for new i league. Morgan Road will be played at Pratt Streeton Denise Stevenson. J.V. Cheerleaders Terry Stroemer, "but all in all was the largest crowd
Baptist and Northside Baptistare Monday and Wednesday were: Captain Lynda it was another great season." ever to attend'the annual
Brooker and Dodd's
Sunoco the !other competitors..a..a..a..a. afternoons beginning at 3:30.BLUEGRASS : Frazier, co-captain JoAnn occasion.
(See Page 16)) Elixson, Dianna Bennett, Four of the team memberswere Bassmasters caught and
...a..fr.ra. .......... ....... .........a..I... Cindy Clyatt, Paige Howard. awarded patches for prepared more fish than they
being voted All-Conference. could eat. This tournament\,
M For the first time in many Danny llazen, Bill Hemme, was the second best that the
J : Nr111N FESTIVAL years the school has spon- Billy Cain and Timmy Whitehead -, bassmasters have ever had.
.: sored a girls basketball team were outstanding in their I'm speaking of the total
which Mrs. White also Intro- play and were voted to the weight of the black bass

W duced. position as well as receivingother landed. The February tournament
..., special awards voted by on the St.Johns River
IJ, "1: r O May" 30-31 Basketball Coach Jimmy the rest of the team was the best. -
')!4, ;, Thomas was next in line to Billy Cain was presented the At eight p.m. when all boats
: ..I pour out praise for the work of trophy for 100( percent effort, returned to the landing for'the
all the school's athletes and best batting average was final weigh-in we found the
his basketball team. Danny llazen with a .321. 25 following:
; June 1 "The winning edge was our base hits and 17 RBI's. Most Don Brown-Harold
i ; mental attitude," said Coach improved player was Bill Branham placed first, Don

Thomas about the cagers. '"I Hemme while Tim Whitehead Thompson-Dale Johns placed

*.* * * * v second,Pat Welch-W.T. Smith I
\t.1 1 third and Neil Crawford-
\ FEATURING : Dwayne Alday fourth

ABC Don Thompson was the

la Handling Suzuki'i Rose City'Boys individual winner, by landingthe .
most pounds of bass.

w/Henry Rutland, Champion Fiddler That's The Place To Be W.T. "Hawg Hunter" Smith
I F amTh.7Scc'UpTaTh..IEi landed the largest bass for the

Mike Johnson day a 7 pound 14 ounce hawg.At .
3 Cylinder Triplvm In Gainesville the end of ten tournaments
& The Sound Of Bluegrass we find the top ten
Bassmasters to be
Also A Full Line Of PartsAnd If You Are Looking For A Mobile Home Don Thompson:, Harold

Sunshine Bluegrass Branham, Neil Crawford, Don

I .' Accessories See Steve And Ask Him About: 'Brown Pat Welch, Jody
Boys Starling, Earl Muse, Lamar
Brothers The Monte Bello 44x24 At '9.095! Chuck Durkee. '
Peyton It's a mighty' close 'race
WARRANTY! The Summerhlll 57x24 At *10,995; between the "top ten.
& Many Others ,
Bassmasters have
"Covtrs all Internal parts of the cylinder head S t \, only two

block,transmission case and of I pump for 12 months or * * ** ** * / The Amhei$0\ 60x12 At 5,658 74-75 tournaments season.. left >'during the
12,000 miles.Just comply with the rules in the Owners
I'm it-
sure will be'unsafe
Manual Register with Suzuki within 48 hours of ADMISSION ,The Seabreeze 64x12 At '7,681
: and fatal for, a bass-to get
'purchase and visit a Suzuki Dealer at 750 2,000 and '
every 2.000 miles -thereafter during the life of the FBI. '4.00 Camping In The Rough months hungry: 'for ,thenext,, two

warranty." SAT. '5:00: NO ALCOHOL BEVERAGES Iso Ask'Steve About FHA 15 Yr. FinancingThe / Bassmasters'would like'to

SUN. *3.00WEEKEND '. thank H. F. Wiggins for the
Chairs'D Family Living Series is 1 Coming'GOING : "
Bring Lawn use of.his cook stove and
Suzuki 10.00 utensils, also thanks- to the
100 RV Hookup*,4:00: per day FASTQUANTITY.
under,11 Free ; wives for' the fine salads

thanks' to all .who helpedprepare'

.pk MIDDLEBURG COUNTRY: .LIMITED, and cook and make
at : this our most festive occasion
Phone ever;: 1

304 E.. CALL ST STARKE! MUSIC PARK lyilDDLEBURG; FLA.j \iumii 1 HOM I.: Maybe we should'do'things

318.1319 like,this,,more!,"often.. ,,
964-6020 218/22-8/29 Off Hwy 218 4 Mi., W.: of Middleburg : ,4577 NW.1th Street Gainesville ." ,Bass\wishes. .

Neil Crawford
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14 TELEGRAPH May ZZ, 1975

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Legal. LAWTEYlaws

CHURCirACTMTIES School next year. Mr. and Mrs. C A. North two of the late Sam Normans
graders visited and family of Jacksonville, which were Eula Norman and
REGISTER CHURCH OF GOD: Sunday Bradford Middle School on
by Elizabeth Terrywas Sunday afternoon with Gathy Whitehead and her
FICTITIOUS NAME School 10 a.m. Worship Ser Wednesday. The purpose of Mrs. Maines Griffis and heir mother Mrs. Edith daughter. Everyone enjoyedthe
vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. YPE the visit was for an orientationto Mr and Mrs. Paul also a guest. Kevin children, of Falatka, spent the Swinney, and ,grandparents, reunion and we are hoping
Pursuant to Section 865.09 Wednesday 7:30: p.m. next year's middle school Griffis, of Keystone Heights. Norman remained with his weekend with her mother, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Robertson. there will be more present
FAITH BAPTIST CHUR program.Appreciation. Mr. and Mrs. Joey Dobbs grandmother all week. Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson, .Mrs.
Florida Statutes notice is here- Mrs. Mable Sapp is a next year the first Sunday in
CH Radio I due to all of Jacksonville Mr and Mrs. Frederick Boch and
: Program over is, and daughter, Daisy Lynn. in North Florida
by given that the undersigned WPXE Starke 8 a.m. Sunday. .parents who have respondedto were Sunday dinner guests 01 Prescott spent Mother's Day Mrs. Donald Wilkison spent patient Regional Hospital ; May.Monica Rivers, of Orange
Mr. and Mrs. Grady L. Bible School 10 a.m. Worship the school survey form. The their grandparents, Mr. and with their parents, Mr. and several days .In Jacksonville, Gainesville Her husband,; Park, visited her aunt, Mrs.
Williamson Rt. 3, Box 144, Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. comments and suggestionswill Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. Mrs. Leonard Norman; their with her sons and their wives, Ethan Sapp her daughter, Pierce Crews, and her
Starke, Bradford County Prayer Meeting Wednesday be a part of planning an Mr. and Mrs Wayne grandmother, Mrs. Zettie Mr and Mrs. Donald.Wilkison Mrs. Novis Ward, and Mrs. grandmother, Mrs. Onie
Florida 32091, doing business 7:30: p.m. Bible Study. effective school program for Massey and family spent Padgett, and their brother and Jr., and son, and Mr. and Mrs. Onie Thornton, of Auburndale, Thornton, Thrusday to
under the firm name of "GREEN GRACE UNITED next year. Saturday with their parents, sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs; Daniel Wilkison. and Mrs. Pierce Crews visited Saturday,
OAK NURSERY", Rt. 3, Box METHODIST: Sunday School Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Harley, Carl Norman and sons. Mrs. O. J. Boyette attendedthe her Sunday afternoon, Our
Starke Bradford County 9:45: a.m. Worship Services 11 PERSONALSMrs. and their aunt, Mrs. Mattie Mrs. Flossie Rosier spent Flower Show at the State
144, are with her.
Florida 32091 intends to a.m. and 7:30: p.m. United Miley, of Bushnell.Mr. the weekend with her cousins. Farm last Thursday af prayers. The Norman Reunion was Zed Hamilton
register Methodist Fellowship 6:30: Pearl Starling and Mrs. Brooksey Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Raines, of ternoon.
said fictitious name under the p.m. Choir Practice 7:30: p.m. returned home from North Futch, of Lakeland, were Melrose. Mrs. Lillian Pearson and held May 4 Center at Lake with Butler Is Top SpeakerIn
provisions of aforesaid statute. Florida Regional Fred Moore and Mrs. brother Franklin D. .Community a
Wednesday. Hospital, guests of their cousins, Mr Mrs. Camp basket dinner and fellowship.
Mr. and Mrs. Grady L. Rev. and Mrs. John Steitz Gainesville, on Saturday. Her and Mrs. Les McClellan, on Mamie Lou Edwards, of visited the Naval Air Stationat There between 175 and 4-H Contest
Williamson sole owners. and son will return from daughter, Mrs.Charles Smith, Saturday. Starke, attended the Flower Cecil Field for the new IBM were, The families that
Dated this 15th day of May, vacation May 24th and he will and son, of Tampa,>:, came Glenann Crews is spending Show at the State Prison last Center Open House in which 200 present.represented Zed Hamilton, son of Mr.
were were:
A. D. 1975 at Starke, Florida. preach on Sunday May 25th. Saturday and will spend a sometime with her parents, Friday morning. Mrs.' Sonia H. Camp will Jerry Norman family, of and Mrs. Tommy Hamilton of
5/15 4tp 615NOTICE HIGHLAND BAPTIST month with her while her Mr. and Mrs. Glen Crews, of Mr and Mrs. O. B. Wiggins, supervise Thursday, May 15. Jacksonville, Erwin Nor- Brooker, will compete in the

.-------------.. CHURCH: Sunday School husband will be away for a Starke. Jacksonville were Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Sikes mans, Palatka Opalumpka, State 4-H Public Speaking
OF INTENTIONTO 9:45: a.m. Worship Services 11 month on business for Uncle Obe Dobbs, of Lake Butler, dinner guests of their parents, and daughter, of Island Ruskin, and Augusta, Ga., Contest to be held in conjunction -
a.m. and 7 p.m Prayer Sam. visited his brother and sister- Mr. and Mrs. Bennett Grove visited their brother Normans of with the 4-H Congress
Buddy Lawtey
REGISTER Meeting Wednesday 7 p.m. Miss Elizabeth Terry and in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Wilkison, Sr. and sister-in-law, Mr. and Starke, Jacksonville andMiami which opens July 28 on the
FICTITIOUS NAME NORTHSIDE BAPTIST Miss Arthurine Blanchard Dobbs on Thursday. Mrs. Joe Smith, of River Mrs. Jim Rosier, Sunday Goulds and Brooker University of Florida campus.
CHURCH: Sunday School visited her sister Miss Enza Mr. and Mrs. Lester Page Junction, visited Mrs. Flossie afternoon. Ike Normans from Miami,, Zed will enter the state competition -
Pursuant to Section 86509 9:45: a.m. Worship Services 11 Blanchard and Mrs. Thelma and children, ot Jacksonville, Rosier, on Monday. Mrs. Daisy Boch, Mrs. R. E. Orlando, Lake Butler and Lee after having won the
Florida Statutes notice is here- a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Wilson, of Baker county were Mother's Day dinner Mrs. Frank Coss, Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Tom Whaleywere High Acres, Henry Normans, District VIII 4-H Boys Public
( by given that the undersignedLee meeting Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Nursing home at Macclenny guests of their brotherinlawand Hubert Priest, and Miss hostesses for a bridal of LaCrosse, Kizzie Norman Speaking Contest held at
McKenzie and Willie last Wednesday afternoon. sister, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Arhturine Blanchard attendedthe shower for Miss Judy Baker Parmenter Starke Bradford High School last
SCHOOL Mrs. C. R. Crews was a and Their Flower Show at the State bride-elect of ,
McKenzie, Rt. 3, Box 375-B, NEWS Harley family. ( Benny Griffis) Jacksonville,Lake Butler month with 132 contestantsfrom
Starke, Florida 32031, doing Sunday dinner guest of in- mother, Mrs. Myra Rafuse, Farm on Thursday on Saturday night at the home Green Cove Springs, andMadison six neighboring counties
Lawtey Elementary Donald Wilkison returned of Mrs. Boch. Thirty guests competing in various events.
business under the firm Tenn., Daisy Nor
name of
students and teachers will Saturday from Summer Camp were present and one game man Hudson, of Ocala Zed was the'' only Bradford
"THE BARGAIN CENTER 301 participate in a Field Day with Army Reserve at was played. She received County winner..
Sumpterville, Lake City, and
South, Starke Bradford today. Parents and friends are HAMPTON AREA NEWS Kingsbay Terminal many lovely gifts and after New Smyrna Beach, Maggie "The agent in charge of
County Florida 32091, intendsto invited to attend. Kingsland, Ga. she opened' them, the Norman Clemons, Starke public speaking was very
register said fictitious name An awards night was held By Josephine, FontatM Michele Lee, of Jackson- hostesses served refresh- Ruskin, and Orlando, Vicie, complimentary to Zed on the
under the provisions of aforesaid Tuesday evening at the ville, spent the weekend with ments. Norman Sapp, of Starke. The subject matter of his speech
SPECIAL ELECTION After the business session
statute. school. Awards were her grandparents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil and his manner ot delivery"
two children's families who
Lee McKenzie and Willie presented for physical A special election will be games were enjoyed with Mrs. Gene Pearson.. Crawford, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. said Lowell Parrish, County
education achievement and held Tuesday, June 3, to vote prizes going to Rudy Brice and several others held were not present were Nancy Extention 4-H Agent. .
McKenzie sole owners. for or against an be Waters, Bill Fontaine Norman Strickland and Eliza
appointive ,
school saftey patrol service. Obituaries services at Baker County The six counties
Dated this 15th day of May' The fourth grade students of Chief of Police; for or againstan Frances Wadsworth, Raleighand Nursing Home at Macclenny Norman Hill. There were also represented were Alachua,
A. D. 1975 at Starke Florida. appointive Clerk Sue Brannen Lawrence
Mrs. Sklenicka's class en- City ; and on Sunday afternoon. Union, Columbia, Baker,
5/15 4tp 615NOTICE! tertained Mrs. Cuttino and for or against an elective Cosgrove. Josephine Fon Roy RoddyRoy Rev. G. l. Harper, Jr,, Marion and Bradford.Merchants .
Mayor's term to for taine, and Velma Mathews.The .
-------------- Mrs. Knight's fifth grade run two
classes at a luncheon on years. door prize was won by Roddy, 64, of 1264 St. Mark'sChurch Will Be Ordained
OF INTENTIONTO Monday. The menu was Mrs. Cosgrave. Colley Road, Starke, died To
REGISTER hamburgers and french fries You will see a sample ballotin The next meeting will be Monday, May 19, in Clay
FICTITIOUS NAME and the fourth grade wishedthe the paper this week and held June 6 at 7:30: p.m. Memorial Hospital, Green May 26 In LakelandThe

fifth graders the best of next for you to study before Cove Springs. Preview City Plan
Pursuant to Section 865.09 success in Bradford Middle voting. It is important to all FRIENDS NEIGHBORS Born in Monette, Ark, on ch..h: and Bait Jackson Stn.is Reverend George Lea
Florida Statutes notice is the residents of Hampton to Mrs. Diane Rhea and Dec. 9, 1910, Mr. Roddy had THE REV. OHNM. LYNN. Harper, Jr., the son of the
hereby given that the under. get out and vote.RECREATION. daughter, Jennie, spent a lived in Starke for 21 years. He Reverend and Mrs. George L. Starke merchants will be
signed James O.; Me Daniel, ------------- week's vacation in Miami with was a former school teacher Harper of Starke, will be given a preview of a plan for

Route 1, Box 275.D, Starke Mrs. Rhea's mother, Louise and principal, and was em- Thursday, May 22: 3:30 received into Full Connectionin updating the central business
Florida, and Herman Paul Lvgalm The afternoon Craft Class Brodsky, and they had ployed as a materials p.m., Brownie Troop No. 127: the meeting of the Florida district of the city when two
Russell, 1822 Sleepy Hollow meets each Wednesday from Mother's Day dinner together. manager by the Clay County 7:30: p.m., Senior Choir Prac- Annual Conference of the University of Florida architecture -
Drive, Starke, Florida 32091 CALL FOR BIDS 2:30: to 4 p.m. at the Hampton While there Mrs. Rhea was school staff at the time of his tice.Sunday United Methodist Church in students unveil
doing business under the firm City of Hampton is now Recreation Center and City present when her sister, Susan death. He was member of the May 25: 8:30: a.m., Lakeland on May 26.. their design at the Chamber of
name of "R & M ENTERPRISE", accepting bids for dog catcher.:: Hall. Flower arranging was Alvarez, brought her two twin Church of Christ. Holy Eucharist; 9:45 a.m., Rev. Harper will also be Commerce office Friday night
Sleepy Hollow Drive Starke Bids must be sealed in plain featured this week, and baby daughters home from Surviving is his wife, Jessie Church School ; 11 a.m., ordained an Elder at the even at 7::30.
Bradford County Florida, envelope and turned in by June candle-making will be the the> hospital. They were Stewart Roddy; two Morning Prayer; 5 p.m., ing session on the same day. Tom Mumford and' Dick
32091 intends to register said 9, 1975. The bids will be openedat subject next week.SENIOR named Karen and Kimberly. daughters, Mrs. Lynette Junior E.Y.C. Meeting; 6:45: He is a graduate of Randolph- Dunlap are inviting'mer-
fictitious name under the the Council meeting June 10, Jennie attended her little Baxter of Starke, and Mrs. p.m., Senior E.Y.C. Meeting. 'Macon College, Yale Divinity chants to view their plans and
provisions of aforesaid statute. 1975. CITIZENS cousin's 5th birthday party. Marlyce Sohm, Green Cove Monday, May 26: 3:30: p.m., School, and expects to com- provide local input by offering
James O. McDaniel and The City reserves the right to Sixteen members attended Her cousin is named Leigh Springs; three brothers, W. E. Junior Choir Practice; 4:30: plete his doctoral program at suggestions for improvementsor
Herman Paul Russell, sole reject any and all bids. City of the regular meeting of Anne Gilman and was honored Roddy, Pine Bluff, Ark; Alton p.m., Brownie Troop No. 604 Duke University in August. He alterations to be incorporated -
owners. Hampton P.O. Box 240, Hampton Hampton Senior Citizens on with friends and relatives at Roddy, Jonesboro, Ark; and Tuesday, May 27: 3:30: p.m., has served in churches in St. into the design
Dated this 28th day of April Fla. 5:22 2t 5:29: May 16. In the absence of the her party. Mrs. Rhea also Joe Tom Roddy, Fayetteville, Girl Scout Troop No. 614; 7:30: Petersburg and Miami. He before it is finalized.
A. D. 1975 at Starka Florida. -------------- president and the secretary, visited with her great aunt Ark; two sisters, Mrs.' p.m., Vestry Meeting will continue. at Duke for After Friday's viewing by
4/1 4tp 5/72 NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Mr. and Mrs. Paul Krieger, and uncle. The great aunt had Beatrice Waller and Mrs. another year in research and the merchants, another date
REGISTERFITgUSbME who are vacationing in just returned from the Laura Sue Mills! both of Little have some teaching duties. will be set for viewing by the
------------- ;; Germany, the meeting was hospital where she was Rock, Ark; and two grand- Mrs. G.L. Harper Jr will general public.jCap.'Antl.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,' I I' i confined with children. ,be making the Durham
conducted by.Mrs. Vaughaq, an : trip from\>> -
AND EIGHTH JUDICIAL FOR BRADFORD'CIRtUlT, IN Pursuant'to Section 865.09 who is vice-president, and Mi1. Birthday Greetings to Joe Funeral services will be with her husband. Mrs. .Gown, *",'
Fontaine Wiggins on May 30. held in the Harper is a graduate studentat
was acting at 2 p.m. Thursday
COUNTY FLORIDA. Florida Statutes, notice is here- Available Next Week
secretary. The Hank Lott family expresses Church of Christ with Dr. Duke and a former residentof
Case No. 75-28-CJ ((12298)) by given that the undersigned J. Letters were read from two appreciation to the Batsell B. Baxter officiating St. Petersburg and Orlando. Bradford
JUVENILE High seniors
DEPARTMENTIN A. Sapp, 902 Woodlawn Street Senators card Starke Fire Department for Kp. may
a from Mrs. i and Jack P.H. Bell, Minister. pick and for
THE INTEREST OF Starke, Florida, 32091, doing Ivey, who was unable to attend their quick response to their Interment will be in Crosby :;; graduation up caps the week gowns of'
: JEREMY business under the firm name of and also a letter from recent call; also to friends in Lake Cemetery with DeWittC. EVERGREEN CHURCH 26.30from May
ANDREW IDa.m. to 3
BOY DEAR DAVIS, a minor a/k/a child.BABY "JO'S GIFTS & NOVELTIES", the Congress of Senior Hampton and Marshall Wade Jones Funeral Home in (J.I; r":1C : SETS HOMECOMING the office by seeing Assistant p.m at
for their
Citizens. Ilya
902 Woodlawn Street, Starke help. charge of arrangements. Principal Charles Hall.

NOTICE Bradford County, Florida, Homecoming services will Rehearsal for graduation is
be held at
THE 32091, intends to register said .cJl Evergreen Baptist set for
STATE OF FLORIDA TO: Inez M. RiherdMrs. Church on Sunday, June 1, Wednesday and
JEAN DEAR the natural mother fictitious name under the provi- = with Thursday, June 4 and 5. at
starting School
and the sions of aforesaid statute. SPECIAL CITY ELECTION UlC Sunday: Sunday School, Sunday at 4:30: p.m. at the football
natural father and TO Q Inez M. Riherd, 79, of 10 a.m., Morning Worship at
WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. J. A. Sapp, sole owner. 5 Lake Butler, died Wednesday 9:45: a.m.; Morning Worship, 11, and dinner at 1:30.: stadium. Graduation is set for
HAMPTON, BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA Church Council Friday, June 6, the last day of
I Dated this 15th day of May, S May 14, in Alachua GeneraiHospital 11 a.m.; Special singing will be school.
YOU ARE HEREBY notified A. D. 1975 at Starke Florida. m JUNE 3,1975 2 after a brief illness. Meeting, 5 p.m.; Church enjoyed during the afternoon
that a Petition under oath copyof 5/15 4tp 615 in U She was the widow of T. M. Training, 6:15: p.m.; Evening featuring the Bowen Family, For the first time
which is delivered to you .------------- Riherd, and was vice- Worship, 7:30: p.m. the Kennan Family, and The be baccalaureatewill
herewith has been filed in the Mark an X in the Box Opposite Your Choice president and chairman of the Monday: Girls Ensemble, Travelers. combined Into a single
above styled Court for the per REGISTRATION OF board of directors of Farmers 6:40: p.m.; Youth Choir,7 p.m. Everyone is welcome. Hall.event, according to Principal
manent commitment of FICTITIOUS NAMESWe & Dealers Bank, Lake Butler. Tuesday: Junior Choir &
JEREMY ANDREW DAVIS the undersigned being She was volunteer chairman Handbells, 3:20: p.m.; Craft
a,k/a BABY BOY DEAR, a duly sworn do hereby declare For Appointive Chief of Police . .,. . . LJ d the Union County Chapter Class, 7 p.m.Wednesday. '."'"
minor male child, bom March under oath that the names of all of American Red Cross for : Family Night -; I

31, 1975. to a Licensed Child persons interested in the busi Against Appointive.Chief of Police . . .'. ;. . I 0 I many years, a past president Supper School, Workers 6:15: p.m.; Sunday
Placing Agency for subsequent ness or profession carried on 0r d the Lake Butler Women's Meeting WodFriends :
adoption and you are hereby under the firm name of T & S Club, and a former school R.A., G.A., Acteens, .
commanded to be and appear in Lumber & Fence at P. O. Box teacher in the Union County Missions Friends, AZALEAS 4" OLEANDER 249
the above Court at Starke 215 Hampton Fla., and the For Appointive. Clerk ,. .;, .:, < I 0 I school system. She was a 6:45: p.m.; Hour of Power,7:30:
Florida at 3 00 p m. on the 2nd extent of the interest of each is ', .* **' member of the First Baptist p.m.; Church Choir, 8:15: p.m. BOXWOOD 149 JAP PLUM $189
day of June. 1975. and to show as follows: Against Clerk( I I Church of Lake Butler. Thursday: Visitation, 9:30:
Appointive .. ,.. . I_I Music Makers Choir
cause why said Petition shouldnot Name Extent of Int. Surviving are two a.m.; ,
be granted. Oscar John Thompson 50% ,:.: daughters Mrs. Lucile 3:20: p.m.; Visitation, 7pm. CAMPHOR 1" PAMPUS GRASS $],9s

WITNESS my hand as Judgeof Harley Seabolt 50s % Geiger, Concord, Calif., and
said Court and the Seal For Elective Mayor's Term To I Mrs. Frances White, Lake 1 William George Ben P. Bryant ROSES $2" SPIDER PLANT $349

thereof this 18th day of April, / / Oscar John Thompson Run for Two Years ., .. .. I 0 I Butler; two sons, Paul M. Min. of Music Pastor

1975. /s// Harley Seabolt Riherd, Lake Butler, and John I s
Dated this May 2, 1975 at M. Riherd, Daytona Beach;
Against Elective Mayor's Term To LARGE
R. A. Green.Jr. Starke, Bradford County. one brother Walton Markey, ORGANIC PEAT SELECTION
CIRCUIT JUDGE Florida. Run For Two Years . I 0 I Lake Butler; 16 grand- *1OO OFF
5-1 4t 5-22 5/8 4tchg 5/29 and three PATIO
-------------- ..------------- 215/22.5/29 children, .great- MANY USES WHERE

grandchildren.Funeral services. were held SOIL IMPROVEMENT STONES

Baptist Church of Lake Butler YOUR
General Revenue Sharing provides federal funds directly to local and state governments. Thin report of your government' plan n published with Rev. Robert D. Moseley BU. BAGAPPROX '
to encourage cItIzen participation In determining your government' decision on how the money will be spent. Note: Any complaint of officiating. Interment was in $129
discrimination in the use of these' funds may be sent to p Dekle Cemetery under 1OOFF
the OMice of Revenue Sharing Wash., D.C. 20226. THE GOVERNMENT or STARKE CITY direction of Archer Funeral 4 SO LBS.

CATEGORIES IB)CAPITAL OPERATING) / *,::;::::; ::::::::::,::::::::::::-.


S S __..
I ENVIRONMENTAL ACCOUNT NO. 10 2 .004 004 .u.n ............ ..; LTD Final W..k
PROTECTION, S s )1,614 STARKE: CITV 002 Hahn .
3 TRANSPORTATION PUIIIC s 5807 s CITY CLERKSTARKE will never be able to find Rider/Mower WE'LL, TAKE ANT OLD

: FLORIDA .,, 32091 the words to show our appreciation
4 HEALTH S S /" for the many kind The Ones With The MOWER IN TRADE
that done for our
things were

It is good to know that we We Have A. Toro To Fit Your
I LIBRARIES' Transaxle
S S live In a community '
there is such love and con Need 19" & 21 "Cut

I I FINANCIAL fOR AGEO OA POOR S S '-. ........" ..' "..LdIrJrUu.IIiwIIrtIJLn.. cern. BRIGGS A STRATTON ELECT '. I 1-; Manual or ElectricStart/

I ADMINISTRATION S S -Children of Myrtice START $ Push or Self-Propelled
MULTIPURPOSE IOI Submit propoeala. tar funding conwderettcn bv- June 24. 107S Nichols REO., 770", PRICES.STIIIT'IT

". 10 EDUCATION to Merrill Edwards A copy of a'',. report, and THANK YOU '30" CUT 10 HPB : .REQ.
S supporting documents ere open tor puMie tcniuny & S ENGINE-ELEC T. START .$13'9"5Taro
11 SOCIAL We would like to thank all of

DEVELOPMENT S .. City Clerk's our friends and neighbors, I .eea.T9985
J Office City Hall Starke, Fla. !
11 HOUSING MUNITV COM- ID) ".uitANb8 Refer( to instruction II) I Iron the Seemary of the Treaewy fellow workers, the Northslde I It Strong Safi Quieter
t that she nen diaerimtnetion and eels atatutofy requfeemem Meted MI Pen C ali Baptist Church and Heilbconn
i ECONOMIC the Instructions accompanying this report WIll be tempted wMi. by this r.clpr.ei Springs Baptist Church for all'
I DEVELOPMENT fi gsv.m.t4with reepecttothe anmlenieM tends iepet d- the help you gave us after our tolls GARDEN CENTER

r Elec, Plant 4 Vi home was destroyed by fire: '
I : Sys.II 'A.IlIU .ti.t/tiJ We are really...atefuland will EST 539 East Call 'St.,
Dist. s 31.61'i ""
.I w eu never forget your help during NTtOL PH. 964-5745
rrill Edwards-City Clerk 5-23-75 this trying time. May the Lord

.TOTAL $ 4 4 s 6 4 "-. ,IH.i .- ,.... Owe- bleu all of you. a sartaa a ,Complete Prof.9tfonat Peat Control ServcesPage /
! The Earl Cox FamQ! r

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For Sale

DELL CHAPTER OES ,... FOR SALE: 6x9 Linoleum 3.98, .- ... ....... fr Real tStBtlf:; .. _. -- ...-- 1 1

meet Dell. in Thursday Chapter the Masonic,168 May, OES 22 Hall at will 8p.m. ....PERSONAL SERVICE....rj I 9x12 Hundreds 12x12 Linoleum and to 12x15 choose$8.98.In from stock.AlBa at t:: Motorcycles :J JFOR t REAL ESTATE I RANCH LIQUIDATION 1 i.,

on :
asked Brownlee to please St. All be members present are for WATSON'S Dahmers-----Discount.---,..tfchg.--- f efr.m C .rsat.. 'Is Clay Moot-10.20 County-40 Acres, Keystone or more area.In (Wall' Drilling.

ESTATE parcels from
REAL $1250 -
this important HOUSE OF VACUUMS 2" thru 6" ,
meeting. f-OR SALE: Case pocket knives SALE: TS 185 Suzuki, v .. ,$2250 per acre. High & Dry, :
co""+cnrmnx i L.wrrr .
now at
Dahmers Wooded. Down
Discount. excellent condition. Must payment and Fast Rotary
NAACP MEETINGA Many brands of new vacuums. tfchg. sell.' 9647334. Itp o terms negotiable. Long
Used machines available. -- 5 BR 2 Bath frame home on 1
- -- -- _.._ Equipment
---------- Drilling
meeting of the Bradford Expert Repairs all makes. acre Lawtey p $20,000
County Branch. NAACP, will Parts and Accessories for all FOR SALE: One acre, 60x12 2 FOR SALE: C.Z. 175 CC, 700 .:. WEST CENTRAL State Licensed I

be held Tuesday night May vacuums. Built In central BR all electric mobile home. miles, like new, still \... 2 BR CB home, cent. heat/air REALTY, INC.

:27. All members and in- vacuum cleaning systems. 712 Double Insulated. SR-235, off warranty, ,$500. 964-5230. ducts In carport for future room Registered Broker f. Pumps I

terested citizens are asked to N Main Gainesville 376-7110. 100. Contact Williams, 112 Itp I tturill'nar-> nice lot $18,200 1-378-2308, Anytime
.cooperate in this Lakeside Road, Ra. -
activity. TF Sabring --------- Evenings Call
- :
Friday night, May 30, a 5/15 3tp 5/29 flew:/ & UsedSalesPartsServlce
; STARKE CYCLE home ArtPatray
CENTER, 403 2 BR furnished $9,600
Membership Drive will be, I WILL BABYSIT child In REALTY
your ------------ 473-2039
E. Call Street, Ph.
- -
launched at St. Johns Baptist my home, large fenced yard, ,5:15:
FOR SALE Diamond for Your Authorized HODAKA
Church Lawtey, with Rev. : needles 2 BR home screened porch
Willie Huffman as : comfortable surroundings, any stereo, over 247 different dealer tfchg. $9,500 E-Z Terms
hot lunch, snacks, excellentcare.
ones, we have them all. Dah- ---------- e - -
Call 964-7616 before mer's Discount SUZUKI OF STARKE: Vourauthorized NO HUNTING
HENRYMOOREMrs. tfchg.-- 1.2 acres Mobile homes I SIGNS) For ,PlumbingNew I
1:30: p.m. or 964-6931 after ------- Suzuki Dealer. One of the best built homes in allowed r $2,500 tale' and rent signs. The Office

Bertis C. Robinson 6:30: p.m. 5/152tp 5/22 FOR SALE: 38 Snub nose hand Phone 964-6020. 304 East Call Starke 803 S. Colley Road - Shop.
the ------------ rfchg. entrance hall, living Installation
announces engagementand gun $55.22 hand guns $24.95, Street enormous I 2.7 acres on US 301 in Lawtey -
approaching marriage ot SEWING MACHINES repaired, 25 automatic guns from --------- room with fireplace, dining drastically reduced to $8,900
her daughter, Deborah An- all makes cleaned, oiled and $49.95. Dahmers Discount. room, sun room, kitchen with Remodeling
nette'Henry' to John Moore adjusted S7. Work guar- tfchg dining area, three spacious bed- - UNITED FARM AGENCY

son of Mr. and Mrs. Moore of anteed.James Strickland 964- ----------.-- t HELP WAITED rooms, two full baths, closets 7 zoned R1B $7,800 REGISTERED REAL Repairs
Dawson Ga. The wedding will 8733. tfchg.BILL'S galore, utility room, tool room, -'- ESTATE BROKER

take place on May 30 at the ---------.--- FOR SALE: 1974 custom built garage with half bath, heat & 20 Acres woodlands $1,600 .PAUL&IRENE FAULKNER t
home of the bride's mother in camper with over cab bed. air, large lot, fenced back yard, per 964-5065 [ Duppjmce|
Lincoln City. SAW SHOP: Complete Fits long wheel base pick-up. HELP pecan trees, assorted other trees I acre----
Mrs. is sharpening service, circular, $496. Country Garage 964- WANTED: Lady to live in' and flowers. You have to see to 2 Large Lots
Henry a 1971 hand, carbide, chain. Mower 7942. Itchg. at Baldwin. Help with semi Appx. 28 acres beautiful with nice 4-BR, 2 Pump & Supply 1
graduate of Bradford High blades hollow ground and invalid and to do light house appreciate planted pasture 50 pecan trees bath block home, completely
and - -
School is now employedat balanced. Call 964-7509 or keeping. Salary, room & $1,609 per acre furnished, out of city. Company
Bradford County Hospital. FOR Home & business approx. 1 j
SALE board. 4733040.
leave at Jackson : Washing machines 1tp - jI
Mr. Moore is a 1972 graduate Building $30 1/2 acres-on 301 South ample
and up. Dryers, ------------ I
Supply Starke
of Terrell High School or Keystone air conditions, refrigerator freezer- highway footage owner will 60 Acres livable house & 864 "N., Temple Ave.
Heights. ,
Dawson Ga., and is stationedat ----tfchg.--_ 2 door ref., freezer, frost HELP WANTED: City of finance reliable party. This approx. 250 'cords of standing BRASINGTONCADII.I.ACni.USMOIUI.K Starke
Cecil Field. ----- free. 9645760. 1tp Hampton needs 1 man 1 day property has unlimited possibilities. pine Lawtey $892 per acre : :

SINGER AUTHORIZED SER- per week to drive dump truck - -
------------ SAI.ISA.SKHVKI: :: 9647061Rluminum
CHURCH NEWS VICE DEPT. We service all and haul trash, $2 per hr. Ph. -'-.HB i>4 62.7 acres Sr-18 $880 Acrelm1
makes and models sewing 468-1020ltchg. $31,000New 3 BR,2B, CH&A, Kimselection. of. I'st-d' CarsTaken "
machines. All work YARD SALE: Sunday May 25, 9 ,. On Cadillac Trades. .
,stove, one
Greater Bethlehem fully guaranteed --- ------- carpet disposal acre LAwrer
Freewill COLEMAN'S till -. Guns, knives, tools, tot.privacy, pets pride of ::earl :N.U. iiith: :IT$-SIIII:
Baptist Church,
Rev. Jasper Williams SEWING CENTER 138 E. Call antique violin, novelties, ownership, and room to do your I I 78238O6, (i.U'IS\l'.U! : : :
pastor. ____ -TM[ Ra-roe was _
household & items A NfMr
Services began Monday night St., Starke. Phone 964-8312. own thing..90(%! financing to '
with Tiny Tots and Ushers 5/1 4tchg 5/22 lots other things, cheap. GENTFOR j qualified buyer. Uncle Sam will

Board No. 2 meeting. Tuesday ------------. Rear Slone Shoe Repair' 114 help you buy this new home I WELDINGEarl Siding.
W. Call
night, Prayer Meeting, TOP SOIL St. Itp with a 5% tax credit against your for Sale: 2 Story house close tc Walker-711 N. Grand
FILL DIRT: 6 days a ------------ '
1975 income taxes.. town. Upstairs furnished 24 HOUR SERVICE Rluminum
Wednesday Senior Choir apt.
week, dozer work and RENT: Dean furnished 3
Rehearsal. Thursday drag- FOR SALE: Shell beans and Irish -,'" -, downstairs 3 BR. In Woods or Shop J
night, line work. Call( 468-1873, Star room apt., 1 child, no pets.
potatoes. Rt. 1, Box Two apartment houses one on Starke or SurroundingArea
Story Hour at the church. 64 Soff.t
Friday night Junior Choir Rt. Hampton, STEPHEN Lawtey or 7823822ltp 403 Walnut St., Ph. 964-' Washington & Walnut with 3 30 acres with good timber, 1:

rehearsal. Prayer, Band will SMITH LANDFILL tfchg._ _--------_-- 8498. 1tp I t downstairs apts. furnished and 3 paved road front. 4 miles N. of Phone 984-7351
----------- ------------ Starke, terms.Commercial .
meet FOR SALE upstairs unfurnished. Another, 5:8: Stp 6:5: Remodeling
Thursday night at the : Baby furniture can i
home of Mrs. Rebecca Allen. SINGER SEWING MACHINES be seen at 726 E. Thomas St. FOR RENT: Summer rental on Cherry & Jefferson with 3 ij
Dinners will be sold from the All : Starke call cottages on Kingsley Lake, furnished and could have 3 building, construction j
new or 964-8464.
sewing machines
1tp ft. 1
now 2,400 acre
sq. Cement
conditioned. Ph. 533-2366 more. With substantial down $ SAWSFRED Work
kitchen on Saturday. The on sale at your Singer Dealer. ------------ land, 3 miles from Starke.
after 6 will finance.
Youth will be in charge of the Liberal trade In allowance on FOR SALE Will p.m..1tchg..... payment_owner_ _,.
: sell either of ---- -------. -'<
activity on Saturday night. any make sewing machine. 19 acres, Lawtey, good timber DAVIS
Sunday is Trustee Day with COLEMAN'S SEWING two ponies: brown Shetland FOR RENT:: Lovely 2' bedroom Duplex being constructed..outside Terms. FinancingAvailable j
Church School at 9:30: and CENTER, 138 E. Call St., stallion or black paint Welch mobile home on 301. Walk- city limits..large rooms. BUICK'PONTIAC GMC TRUCKS
Morning Worship at 11. Starke. Phone Gelding. 9648073. 1t modern..plenty of apace..lndoors 176 Brooker Some
964-8312. 5/1 ing distance to shopping acres, area. "A t,
for details.
& out. LITTLE
.see us RIDE CAN
Dinner will be served at 12:30. --------
: ,4tchg 522yMOBILE ---- center & down town area. planted pines.
At 3 Mrs. Luke - SAVE YOU A LOT1 TF
p.m. Riley --- Responsible middle
SOUND: lots ,in Country Club 9&4-858
Youth Group.will present Large 1 to 10 land. 4 Mles GREEN COVE SPRINGS
a couple only. No pets. See at acres open
HOME MOVING: Also Sales, service Installation, Estates..on Bessent Road....
Musical Recital and Fashion JoLu Motel & Mobile Home from Starke. Home sites only.
.Show. The public is invited.. mobile home hurricane an stereos, phono, reel-reel, Park. Itchg. Hampton Lake..and Lake Santa j

Daily Vacation Bible School choring and mobile home roof tapes,cassettes, radios. Work ----,-----...,-- Fe.' 1 to 2 acres mobile home sites, LIVE HENS
50 Cents Each
will be held June 16 to 20, from coating. ,Olin's MOBILE guaranteed. 118 Court, 964- - N.W..of Starke Terms.
7329. FOR RENT: 3 bedroom unfuf-. $36,500. BR, 2B, CB, CH&A, TWIN YOLK
6 tGB p.m daily:The publicJs! Home Service. 964-6606, flt.100W. tfchg4 '
nished house To'tV3' 1700 watt to EGG FARM"I ,
invited to attend. : Starke: Ra. tfchg/' ------------ on large George Roberts heal l Estate !!' Airstream,;: Ii
ter 2 Ft 1973
Mt. Morlah United room furnished apt. 544 W. wall/\ carper, drapes, dishwasher, ( 96478280r964-6590 '* / Mile North of }
,Methodist and Pleasant Grove ------------ HOWS OF HOBBYS: Full line of Call Street. Ph. 964-8198 or refrig. with ice maker, 2 car garage tf Interlachun International Land Yacht

Church Rev. Willie Stitt SCOTT WELDING: Truck arts and crafts. Also guar- 786-3322 Jacksonville, Itp 3 lots, conveniently Hwy.315 Like NewExtras
-----J.f located, of $26,800 at 5:8 4t 5:29 .
anteed mortgage Towed 1,200 Miles.
pastor. Church School at 10 bodies built, wood and steel stereo repair. 118
a.m. concluding services for and repaired trailer'hitches Court. Ph. 964-7329. tfchg. FOR RENT: Nicely furnished one 7 monthly 3/4% can be assumed of $231.00 with 'Over 1300 Sq. Ft. on a big beau- Price includes tow I
the Conference for the fixed, boat trailers bedroom with INSURANCEAT equipment
day. built and ----------- apartment incl. taxes & insurance..Keystone tiful well landscaped lot.
Parish will be held May 26-30 repaired, saws sharpened, screened porch. Prefer - REDUCED RATES
in Lakeland. mower blades sharpened, all FOR SALE: Good used color elderly couple or bachelor.No Heights. Custom built Cabinets in Kitchen $8,500Call
Pleasant Grove weekly types machinery rebuilt and and black &white TV, stoves, pets. Ph. 9645884. 570 Cecelia T./Terwillegar I IReg. Hardwood floor in Dining AUTO, FIRE, BOAT 473-3328

services began Wednesdaywith welded 6 miles south on 301 refrigerators, furniture & air w. Call St. Itchg. m Real Estate Broker I II II Room. DOYLE E. CONNER 4- p.m.

Prayer Meeting at 8 p.m. at Crown Central Lumber, conditions. BARGAIN CENTER .......---------'- 206 W,Madison Ave. | - INSURANCE AGENCY For Appointment

Bible Class Thursday, 8 p.m. Inc. Itp. U.S. 301 South. tfchg. FOR RENT: 2 bedroom 12 x 65 Big Living Room With W/W LOW RATE MOBILE HOME
Ebenezer Baptist Church, ------------ mobile home on private lot. Carpet 3 Big Bedrooms > All
---- ;
Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. All PIANO ---- Air ,.conditioned, $135 per c1ToR- Air-conditioned attached INSURANCECHG
young men are asked to meetat buy old : Will mo. plus deposit. Ph. 964- J garage. Steel Tripod TV Tower. JIMMY MOORE'S
pianos, William
the 5944. 5/22 2tchg 5/29
Saturday night Prayer - -

Meeting, 6:30: Bile ., and Starke.George Ph.1228 964-5287.Blending 5/22 St., LOST AND FOUND ,lr"T-"'"r"'---- On Church Street Close to AVON TO THE RESCUE Sun SportsMORE

Thursday night Class, 8p.m. Everything..
2tp 5/29 FOR RENT: 4 room unfurnished BOAT FOR
askedto .
All members
are - -
------------ house, 203 E. Jackson, no. YOUR MONEY TF
meet Saturday at 8 for Can Be Bought For $22,800
pets no children. Caught Up In A Lay-Off Save
an important meeting. Church MISSING: Girls white 10 speed 8910. Itp Completely Furnished Ready to Your Budget By Selling Our STARKE PH 964-5791
School will conclude servicesfor bicycle with safety flag. Dis-' Move In. Will Sell Unfurnished
------------ Famous Products. Call Loma
the day. MISCELLANEOUS appeared from yard Sunday $21,000. Clyatt at 755-0731 or write P. O. COMPLETE OUTBOARD ft

New Bethel Baptist Church night. Reward for Its returnor FOR RENT: Furnished 2 - Box 5127, Lake City, Fla. 32055. STERN DRIVE SERVICE

Rev. .Leroy Davis pastor. information leading to bedroom apt. also furnished OVER 250 REAL ESTATE PER- 20 Acres: 1320 ft. on Hlway, tf AND REPAIR

Bible Class and Prayer recovery 9647663. 1tp 1 bedroom apt. Ph. 964- SONS SELLING YOUR PROPERTY 1300 ft. on grade. Lots of. COMPLETE FIBERGLASS
Meeting will be held each LECITHIN! VINEGAR! B61 ------------ 8071..1tp timber.

Wednesday. Choir Rehearsal KELPI! Now all four' In one ------------ ..... REPAIR
Saturday at 6:30.: Church capsule, ask for VB6+ Nice 4 BEDROOM-2 full bath, Sacrifice for cash CUSTOM BUILT FIBERGLASS -
School will begin services at Mtchell's Drugs. 5/15 2tp r WANTED FOR RENT: 12' wide mobile wall to wall carpets, central Long Champ FISHING BOATS

9:30.: Morning Worship at 11. 5/22 homes outside city limits. J.B.. heat, 1/2 acre of land, outside Call Bill Powell, 1
Fellowship Hour; 3 p.m. White. Ph. 9646114. tfchg. city limits. Good terms. Would Broker Home and
Evening Service, 6:30.: ------------ consider trade.HANDYMAN 9646464Residence (Building Materials Davidson
Greater Allen Chapel AME FREE: One Ice Cream Scoop WANTED: Kingsley Lake houseto
| Church, Rev. R. G. Heastie with each' Oil & Oil Filter rent.' Large 3 or 4 bed- : Apartments, adults, SPECIAL-4 bed- 533-2208 -WE BUILD Mobile Home.Park
pastor. Weekly services begin Change thru July. Faulkner'sGulf rooms for one month. Prefer no pets please. 405 N. ChurchSt. room on 2 city lots. Owner will
each Tuesday with Class Service Hwy. 100 Aug. or last 3 weeks Aug. 5/15 2tchg 5/22. finance with 29%. down, and "YOUR PLANS OR OURS In City Limits
and Prayer'Meeting ------------ terms to fit pocketbook. YOUR LOT OR
4734279. 5/15 and 1st week in Sept. Reply your OURS'

Sunday services lltchg Keystone 7124; Dr. D.A. Wilhelm, 2373 SW ,-OR RENT: Olin's Subdivision BYRON E, DUCE, I FREE ESTIMATES $30 Per Mo.

Church School at 10 30 Terr., R. Lauderdale, Fla. 1/2 acre lots, $25.00 per Reg. Real Estate Broker
\Meeting ------------ FRED SACKETT-REALTOR
\ Worship at 11 33312. Ph Collect 5843619. month. Water & Sewage 393 N.Temple Ave.,. REMODELING REPAIRSADDITIONS Walk To New
in 205 N. Temple(US-301))
Youth Hour at charge.Mt LOSE WEIGHT safely & fast'with ttchg.cAUTOMOBILES. .. furnished. For information call 904/964-6522,468-1642( 964-7700 Shopping Center
----- ------ Mark Olin's Mobile
X-11 Diet Plan, $3.:, Olin City Oas, Water a Sewer
Isgah, 3 p.m. Everyone REDUCE Excess Fluids with Homes Sales Hwy. 100 W., Acreage for sale: 6 acres, 10 HOMES BOUGHT SOLD
vited to attend. 1 Starke. 964-5606. tfchg. acres,. 30 acres, 460 acres. TRADED
X-Pal $3. KOCH DRUG. 2/6 .
On 301 South
\The second Sunday in June A.jThomai: Realtor
612ALCOHOLICS ------- -- -
i Youth Day in Allen Chapel 15tchg 421 N.Walnut St.Tel. Let us help you own some landor ; ACREAGE FOR SALE Jolu
J E Church and the young -- ---- I FOR RENT:: Mobile Home .4-U2 a home.. 964-6853 Motel

people are making plans for a ANONYMOUS.The Spaces. We can accommodate 964-8810

successful program with the only', requirement for any size home. 2 bedroom frame dwelling fc.; LISTINGS, FINANCING, HWY. 301 S STARKE TF

helrtof each member. Rev.. membership is a DESIRE to BRADFORD PARK at BRAD rm., kitch.,din. &Fla. Rm..very RENTALS NEEDEDCall

Ilea& e asks each member to stop drinking.. Ph. 964 7959, FOR Good SALE condition.: 1955 Ford Ph.pick-up.964-" FORD MOTEL. 9645988. clean and nice, 1 acre land., out Anytime r

give full cooperation to the 964-7619 or ,964-5148.. 1/2 5/1510trhg 7/17 of city, price $13,680.00. VERNIE ODOM I
young"' people in their plans. 13TP-8/aa' 7737. 1tp ... - 964-6476
i'' Mrs. Bessie is coordinator of ----..-....---- ------------ High and dry lots suitable for, BULK TANKS

this group. FOR SALE 1969 Ford Station conventional and/or mobile Apptean Brown
Wagon with overhead homes. Some with water front 964-7966

r FOR SALE J carriage rack. Factory, air., HOUSES FOR SALEFOR on beautiful Lake._ l'
Automatic .
SERVICE MEN transmission - CANNON
Country .Garage, 964-7942. 10.20,40& LARGER ACREAGE
Itchg.FOR TRACTS. Financing available on FOR SALE: Cash register

FOR SALE: 1966 Chevy PU ------------ SALE: 2 bedroom, 1973 some. paper most tilts In stock.,

SpS James MorrisIs large utility body, ladder rack, 1973'Bright mobile home, 12 x 66 with - Call In to see If we have your & SONS
Crewman new tires, 81,000 miles, ex- SALE red new air conditioner and Offices and/or business or storage size or com In and just
Mortar cellent mechanical condition, Mach 1. Mustang, 302 V/8 appliances. Excellent condi- spaces for rent on Cal St. browse at The Office Shop.Olin's ..

FT. HOOD TEX. Army 8696. Call 96401. rfchg.; automatic engine, floor shift, tion, 3800. Ph. 9645944. L. P. Gas Service ,
power.steering, .' disc 6/22 2tchg 5/29
Specialist Five James E. ------------ power
front brakes, air, radio, dual ------------
of Mr. and Mrs. '
Morris son 12 by' Cooking Heating Hot
Everett Morris 312 E. Market Inhtleywhhstic on back racing mirrors, 16,000 miles, FOR SALE: 12-x 64 Artcraft : WaterFor

Rd;Starke, is assigned aa a at Dahmer Discount. excellent condition., C.K. mobile home. Lovely 2 bed- Subdivision
mortar crewman with the 1st 2/27 26tchg; 8/25 Norman, 9648292. 1tp room, front dining room washer-, 3/4 I .Bulk or Cylinder :

Cavalry Division here. ------------ shag carpeted I
---------'---- I
: dryer, partially furnished, 1 '
RlcardeltondesPromoted FOR SALE: Mobile Home Para FOR SALE: New 1975 Ford $6,300. Set up on rented lot ( I I I Call 782-3668'

to PIC and supplies. OLIN'S MOBILE Mustang Special Prlca Inside city limits... Call 964- ,

Vicenza, Italy,. April 29 HOMES SALES. Hwy.. 100 3496.00. M3034. See At' 8341;,$tp .._... 1 1 ili
964-6606! tfchg. TerwStegar Motors. ----------- .
Rlcarde J. Rondez, 21, son of W. Starke

,Mrs. Geraldine Rondez. ------------ FOR SALE NewiS76 Ford Gran- FOR SALE: 3 BR, 2 bath beck r l

Lawtey was promoted to FOR SALE: t6M. LP record home in Starke, carpet,* J

1 'Army private first class while $..98. .6.98. LP for tt.98! atDahmer's Torino.-..Fordor Air Peen v V8.Special Automatic draperies; 'appliances in- %, ;*ort Lot For..,..t '26M Per MG Water r'Fumleftll '
s d ,
serving as a missile crewmanIn Discount.,22726tchg Price cluded. Phone 473-2039 after, Sewage "
14495.00.' C3033. See, -
the' 30th Field Artillery 8/25 At TerwOlegar Motors. I 6...p.m., or weekends..tfchg-' Cali Mark Olin 964-5606 Hwy '100 W. "r ".' .. 0.8.301 UwtvyiMay 1 ir _
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l'alo'lIl TKLKCKAPII: May 22. 1975

I i Another- Drowning VictiniAt Gold Head -- Mwvr I
A BirthdayTo .1.1r Cunningham 0 0 0 0 0 0

Saturday. The boy, had last Remember -i
A 14-year-old Jacksonville second closest hits Including four home* runs.!
I youth became the second been seen by his parents and I It played of the season as Dodd's Gordon Bal! hud two of lhl' 4
J w'owning'Ictim at Gold Head the lifeguard at the park Sixteen-year-old Mary Lee 'carne game out on top 8-4 on Mon- homers and lUcky Bennett!
Branch State Park near around 4 p.m. After a searchof Geiger of Starke received an 19. and Ken Carlton one; each.!
Keystone heights the swimming area, the early birthday present last 'day
The body ol Brian Oliver sheriff's office was called anda week when she was saved Johnny Brown had the hot Green Machine also mulched
Davis was recovered by rescue team dispatched. Cunningham with in hits
from a Crescent Beach under- bat for Dodd's as he went 4 for
divers with I ho Clay County A Gainesville girl drownedon tow,by two. Gainesville resi- His team collected a total of and four home runs. Eddie;
Sheriff's department in about April 27 in waters at the dents. 4.twelve hits to Brookers ten. Douglas hit two and Gene .
20 feet of water about 8:15: park. Bobby Dyal and Joe Robinson Melvin and Donald Falcon one'
each: *
Miss Geiger,who turns 16 on had two hits each for Brooker. "

May 23, was at Crescent ,sy, N' 'M4 second of the "
The game
Cunningham 9-0,
a Gimmicks Beach with her'brother, Har- Standings:
Accepted night was a rematch of Cun- Pine Air Green' Machine 7-2,
vey, and a nephew, 15-year- ningham and the Green Dodd's Sunoco 5-4, Brooker 3-

f Lac"LFtLw" ;; old all Lamar three were Montgomery caught ,in when the Union County Varsity Cheerleaders for next season are (l-r): front row, Linda Frazier, crowd Machine.on hand There to was watch a big the 6 2-6, Smith-Brown, First Methodist.Do8.Independent's__

current. Donna Alexander, Barbara Cain. Renee Newsom Merrell Hart. Back row:. Jean Holmes, Shootout. Cunningham again
11 Donna Crawford, Melania Read, Robin Prltchett Cynthia Jones. came out on top 18-14, to Schedule Thursday, May
,"Harvey and Lamar tried to as the 7:30, .
establish themselves 22: : Cunningham vs.
] get her because Mary Lee'' team in the league with Brooker; 8:45, SmithBrownvs.
: S
(iJJum[! (iJ can't Geiger,swim"she,"knew said she Mrs.was' Man Killed When Van Hits Tree just half.one game, left in the first 26:. Methodist.7:30: Dodd's Monday vs. Metho-, May

IIL facing death." The game was close all the dist; 8:45: Machine vs. Smith-
= 473-4470.473.4078 HAMPTON A 43-year-old the FliP is conducting the sion which eaused $4,000 in with Cunningham coming Brown.
oI. Fortunately two Gainesville Hampton man, Isidro John homicide investigation.. damages to the vehicles. out way on top of the scoring and
surfers were on the beach and Hernandez, was killed in an In another accident Glen E. Sapp of Starke was
near 18
getting *
I.- hitting departments *..* * * *
heard the calls for help. early Sunday morning collision Lawtey Saturday,May 17, two traveling north on SR-225, one
Tommy Stokes? 23, an operate when the vehicle he was, cars were involved in a colli- mile south of Lawtey, in a 1974 lOOBOOOOOOUBBOaOOC
ic 67 Chevy C/40 68 GMC ing room technician trainee at driving struck an oak 'tree Mazda when it was struck by a
.. the University Health Center, 'across from the old fire 1975 Chevrolet operated by LADIES-MEN'S LEVI I'Q
1/1/ I'll' Ton Cab A Chaeh 4 Ton Cab A Chastli -wi and Ricky Harris, 22, em- station on the main street. W-D Reports Doris Strong Rowe of Lawtey. STUDENT CHILDREN O !
ployed by the Gainesville Hernandez' death $1299 5999 aea water Department, grabbed third traffic fatality for Brad*v'' Sales Increase ,a left turn off SR-225 into the Largest Selection and Size Range in South
their surfboards and rushed to ford County in 1975. .' parking lot of Tompkins Gro- \..
9 the girl's aid. In a matter of According to the accident cery, and then out again onto BOOTS: Tony Lama, Justin, Fry,. Texas Dingo' Acme and
minutes, a rescue squad was report filed by Trooper W.M. Winn-Dixie supermarkets. the highway, crossing the cen- Larry Mahan i,,,
on the scene. reported a 12.40percent advance of SHIRTSPanhandle: Slim Karman, Larry Mahan Hang Ten 1 r
a: Abrams of the Florida Highway terline directly into the path *'*
c "It all happened so fast, we Patrol, Hernandez traveling in sales during the four the northbound Sapp vehicle. Levi Roper
c 69 MG Midget 69 Plymouth na were out in the water and alone in a 1968 Dodgevan weeks ended May 3 comparedwith Trooper K.G. Etheridge HATS: Stetson, American and Reslstol J tHOR i
Yellow Roed..r 1..11I' 4-Dr !!: before I knew what was was going east on SR18in the like period a year listed damages of$3,000 to the S E:Saddles Halters Bits. Blankets, Bridles Groom ing:v:., I
happening I was going away Hampton when his vehicle ago.Sales Mazda and $1,000 to the Chevrolet Supplies, etc.. i'
5650' from the shore and couldn't veered over the centerline of totaled $233,827,633 ,
E 51150 N Na come back. It was scary," the road, struck the curbing, against $208,032,694, an increase Driver Rowe was chargedwith Master Charge and BankAmericard Welcomed jr: !

said Mary Lee about the or- causing the driver to lose con- Of $25,794,939. For the failure to yield right-of- Dude'Western Store' w*
44 weeks ended May '3, the
trol of the vehicle, which then way on entering highway froma .
"It shook me up a lot, not crashed into a tree along side volume was $2,484,339,872 private road. 902 South Edgewood Avenue If;
70 Olds Cutlass 70 Buick Wildcat Z knowing whether they could the road killing the driver. compared with $2,118,811,530, .
get to me in time. I told them I The accident occurred Sun- a gain of $365.528,342 of 17.25 Man,on phone, to caller: Jacksonville Florida 384.1210 1
aIf.'L Gold Ste. We. RaM AT PS Conv.rtlbl.. Loedod. InCL .IOC od was thankful, but I don't day morning May 18, about percent.The "She's out pumping money Monday Thru Friday: 9 A.M. Til 9 P.M.
P.. Fee AG Luggage R.ck Window. Chrome Will._ remember much after that." of company currently I
"D 4:50: a.m., causing damages into the economy. Can she
She said that she and her' $1,200 to the van. operates 1,002 food stores call you back?" Saturday: 9 A.M. Til 6 P.M. <
$1588 $1688 nephew spent the night at Trooper K.G. Eteridge of compared with 965 a year ago. Geora. Dole In National. Ennulrar. J
Flagler Hospital in St. Augus- -
o tine where they were kept .. .. .\ mmmmmmimmmwmmmmmimmmwmmmmmmmmmmimmmj.Tk&QuolUijFowlPeopfe
U 71 Plymouth M under observation for mild
71 Pontiac Firebird C shock.
::I Sta. Wag. ., "'Itls a birthday present I / | I : r !

.2 Red With P.rchm.n'Int. R.llyO( Lssat Ipt. luburbon. Weed will always remember," FOOD I
ll WhIL AT PS P.. FIG AC. noted Miss Geiger.Monday .
> Oran' Rack Pull Pwr PAC
BOJB oi aiaiaVaVBi>l>a>MlBHBBBta>aVBlBi 11 SAVE I

52275 $1675 To See ;AOVC ,REGULAR GRIND 1Dc .'

0.c :I Business As UsualMost Pride I
71 Toyota Corona 71 Opel Kadet PICNIC STYLE
stores In downtown !
M Mark II Cp..Auto Trani. RBH R.a With alk., Vinyl To" SIOI. Starke and Bradford Square '
::I AC c.... 4.Ipd. ACE Shopping Center will be open SHOULDER STARKE COFFEE
for business on Memorial Day r 320 SOUTH .
51577 $1477 this Monday May 26, according WALNUT ST
a to a spot survey by the 1 .....
6 TO .' .0". Neeraooo' are I
L Chamber of Commerce.Both OHu'.Mla GOOD'NMMAT. ZS

ILl 72 Vega Kammback 72 Datsun 510 C:: Bank and the the Community Florida Bank State at 8 LB 591 Iii Ooan.IONIS MltKftVID LB 79 .
Starke will remain open for AVG. BAG .
Bronco Metallic 4.Ipd. Foe AC 4.Dr. .Iuo WIlli M.lcllin.llnyl business Monday the
R.dl.1 Tlro.. Like New p .
U Top A'r Condo 4-Ipd. Chamber reports.Hospital

I 51700 51800 A ., Tli Quatlq F e i Peepte EvcryDayLowPrice 1 TIw (tabbi F **l fWfe BonusBuy I

Page 1))f AY! 4YI IAN .
(From &
72 Dodge Colt GLMrlalic would accept' compensationfor ': PORK SHOULDER :I
::I Oren II. w... Auto Ono Blue.Ono Whit.T.kO Your
a Tr.na. Air Cond, RAH Nck Reduced. necessary yearly to maintain
*' state requirements as a I ALl VARIETIES EXCEPT I
supplier. The trustees voted SLICED BEEF
51666 51366 unanimously to pay White $150 a .
year to cover his expensesfor WHOLE .
per 2
.; 73 Pontiac !;! --Authorized the 12-hour course. 2 PER 79 .
73 Mazda Wagons the hospital a BAG PINTS .
administrator to represent the
: Ventura I II I
Bit.. SOS .nd Yellow RIU. Both fl (board in negotiations for fundsto I I n.. ..IIIoe f..t....,... __us8uy
automatic wAh Air Condo Your M..lIIc Or..n 2.Dr .rcllmon' build a $336,000 addition to I"i I
ic ChoICO. Imerior Fat.AC RAN AT PS. the hospital. The plans are S YN .' rf IWHITE'
PS. complete and a grant of quARTERFRYER :. PST 0 E CHUCK LAMB GREEN

C $2150 $2550C f $168,000 available if is the hospital reportedly can ROAST_...0...... QYARTERf STEAKS..e.aaUEBSRIABTI ROAST..0...". POTATOES CYKES .

*' match' that amount: Ed- 49L 3198' art 9 .
--98C [ 6ftc 5
98 '
: ,
C 73 Lincoln mondson said he would beginto ::: ,:: EACH
73 Olds Cutlass ;0C work on the arrangementsand I I
Continental report back to the board. Inryo.yLowPr Suprom. Mo'.lIIe .Iuo with :r _
r_ Yellow with Buck Vinyl Top.Whl'o Vinyl' To" R.lly. Will. -Were advised by Ed- iii ,. .., It' itA
D "" "
E'romo LUlUry. ..,.o'n F.c AC. Full Pwr.c mondson to temporarily hold ft .
BI. ".. off on consideration of bids for FLORIDA
t .
.ced54899 $3399 : 'hospital.liability The insurance hospital the for policywas the = A 79< k' 49 ithi ORANGES

M cancelled by companyin

II 74 C.ev. Blazer 74 Mazda Wagons 1 1St. ,legislature April. Edmondson is considering said the 1 ...'r........... {COMPARE ......:._...u..COMPARE i .-......_..n..... -........ I

.B Chly.nno IWhl. Dr. AM.FM changes In the law which COMPARE-""89 Cheese Slices ? ?::Qw:: 19ca i Peanut Butter ''' *1" .
,.',.. CrulConlrol. "oe AC Rx4A Rx0.Both Sgvay.. wnh Air would affect insurance and ::10' 1 T.Si :

Condo Your Chol .. what the board happens.should wait to see Cornish Hens ir .::E*.. 69e 20' I Cottage Cheese =:o':'? 59* 4' Pantry Pride Catsup ':' 35 .211 :

m 55175 53475 -Heard a lengthy letter Fryer &nMSkinless n 79* ,. Cream Cheese 39tP Dill Pickle 43c 4'
-... from the daughter of a former 1 :=:.:; a .1 J Chips :.TO'. ;:'

a.B hospital patient complainingof Franks "I .r a''- 69e89e ra. i Soft Oleo =:tOO 58 '" i Pantry Pride Olives sus= ; 55c **
c service at the
nursing Sliced Bologna r.'=- Fried Fish Sticksn: : ::::S119 '
'II hospital. Trustee Bill Dodd 20- ga' i Pantry Pride Dinners '' 49c t.
75 Buick Electra 75 Ford LTD .
cited two other complaints Chipped Meats lr Md.. 45tI' Perch Fillets :'::: .LO69t

M.TNmN..n.vrtttlod....in.1 .roo.llim 11'11' Seats IPow.r, brought to him.Edmondson = ,0' i Taco Casserole M.c.. 79cTiu "
> Not N._. N_ AM"M..oroo With ".c. J.. said one
AC.tC.Y problem will be solved with EveryDayLowPricePUNCH >, Qoolili| EveryDayLowPrice I Th* Qoalibj Ftwl Pwpfe
the installation of a phone at 1
56199 =4499I the night entrance to the SAY[ urI SMI SAW
emergency room. He said the ASS T FLAVORS
phone has been ordered but Del Monte u1
V has not been installed. Dodd !
28oz. SOFT Pride .PUDDING or FRUIT
Located ill reported that someone cameto .
05 the hospital late at night CUP
and was unable. to arouse any DETERGENT DRINKS I MAYONNAISE
....51: Rd.100 u av zt .j personnel. 'I I
84oz $ 32oz J
4 PAK .

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1 Pantry Pride Fudge '"?"." 59 41 2 Golden Shampoo Nw;,:acew:: 79c'SO< i Pantry Pride Cups C"-e oI 89C 2CH1 I

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