Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 20, 1975
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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: 4 STARKE A takeover of Bradford County Hospital is

planned by the county commission once its proposed

C. & ordinance enabling it to name hospital trustees becomeslaw

Ii Grove early in March the commission has notified the''

$ hospital board. _
t Planned takeover of hospital operations was announced

t dA ;,,r t publicly for the first time Monday night at a special:
Road Paving meeting of the 'county commission. Cause of the an-

nouncement was the present hospital Board of Trustees'

continuing action to employ a new hospital administrator,

to replace recently resigned George Canova. .

: Set By County A public hearing is set on the proposed ordinance at 10

a.m. next Wednesday, Feb. 26.' The commission is expected

to vote the ordinance into law at its March 10
r'STARKE A decision to county residents will travel on regular meetiner.

have the state Department of for the next 20 years or so Intention of -the county with enough certainty! lor, him a
'Transportation pave Pleasant unless some funds are found, commission, Chairman Dave to relate the count s In-
Grove Road, between SR-16 Chairman Dave Shuford indicated Shuford pointed out, is not to tentions to the hospital
and SR-229 northwest of the replace one or two hospital trustees. Bryan said he attempted -
city, was reached Monday by At Monday's meeting, the board members. As soon as to tell the hospital
the county commission. commission decided to the proposed ordinance trustees it would be all right to
The road is about a 'mile proceed with procuring bidson becomes law, the present take applications for an administrator G
.long. a new tractor with an at- hospital trustees will no meaning that
Top winners In the Bradford High Science Fair are <1-r) Diane Yawn Diana Nelson,Terry Carver, and Diane Crews. '. .,. A condition was placed on tachment to dig out ditches longer be the hospital board. actual employment should lx
; the plans, however. The and slope the bank so the road Criticizing the county's delayed .
: .County will purchase no right- can be graded. The commissioners ,takeover announcement The hospital Ixuud
: 4 Students Tops In BHS Science FairSTARKE -of-way for the project. All spoke with ,Tuesday night, hospital board however, did not understandthe '
I right of way must be donatedor derision of the mobile dragline members delayed interviews county's intentions until it
'- Top overall Miss Yawn's winning side the body. The project won clouds. Carver won Best the paving job will never which has been used to dig out of prospective administratorsuntil read them in an article in the t
winners in the 1975 Bradford project is entitled "Deter Best Overall in Senior Overall in Junior Division get off the ground, the board roadside ditches and put the they reached an Gainesville'Sun on Tuesdav
High School Science Fair are mining The Most Suitable Division Physical Science and Physical Science and first .strongly indicated. dirt back on the road top, agreement to proceed with the Feb. 18 Prior to that lime the,
seniors Diane. Yawn and Photo Period for Raphanus ,first place in the Senior place in Junior Division The board is not wanting to Trouble with that method is it hiring process They set a hospital board apparently!
I Diana Nelson and freshmen Sativus ta( raddish,' Miss Division Chemistry and Physics. deplete secondary road funds leaves the road in a conditionsoa meeting at 6 p,m. today believed the commission!
Terry Carver and Diane Yawn determined the most Biochemistry. Miss Nelson Carver is the son of Mr. and it has accumulated in the past road grader can no longer"pull" (Thursday, Feb. 20)), an hour simply intended to.take over
Crew ideal number of hours of lightto also received an award Mrs. J. T. Carver of Starke. few years to purchase right of the ditches because the before regular meeting time appointment ,ot> hoard
i Some 250 projects .were which a raddish should be through the DuPont Company Miss Crews won with a, way.Present banks are too sharp. to decide upon priorities members and would 'name >the
I made by BHS science students exposed for maximum from the American Instituteof project entitled "What Time paving costs are The board decided, among the 16 applicants. one board member vvhiwe
and 50\ were judged good growth Her project was Chemical Engineering for of Day is Your ESP Working same $50,000 per mile and however, to keep the dragline Operation of the hospital is in term is now expired.
\. ;, enough to b*- entered oil'I I he*'Tud(! BesKMrcralr itt Sent-thebesprojeet.inthefield of' .,'Most?'' ,.The most favorable .rt.tAR ,fIIto\ retop I ia present t to use.in certain spots. .trusteeaXnanda ,)until the ", When4,that became. clear ,
j !!science lairOf the'50 .Division Biological' Science ..chemical engineering> period Is from 3 a.m. to 7 a.m\ II'>' paved road, the board indicated. ,, ?. The tractor the board Is governor steps in or,.,'the, Monday..to; the cuuntv"o Hu-*
projects about 25 i'm"'be'' and won first place in Senior Miss Nelson is the daughter she found by testing members At those rates it will contemplating will be "large county has legal ground. to mission. Chairman; Datt1':
chosen for the I Regional Division Botanv. of Mrs. Retha Wanton of of her family at all hour ,of be years before the board can enough.) to carry the sloping take over chairman Art Shuford suggested the commission .
'Science? Fair in Lake City on Diane is the daughter of Melrose. day and night by getting their '''afford to pave many of its device and a mower The Loudon said"We're notify the hospital
I March 1314. !Mrs Lila Hal' Yawn of Starke .Carver's winning project Is impressions of ESP cards present gravel roads board is also considering going to make a board in writing 01| tin-'
Each BITS science student and Circuit Judge Theron A. entitled "How Can The Miss Crews won Best Overallin ': Paved roads are costly to purchase of a tamping decision and we're going to county's intentions.! '
was required to have a Yawn of Gainesville. Radioactivity of Radium and Junior Division Biological build and maintain, the board machine to fit on a tractor to hire an administrator and, I "We've no m intention to tid ptoject Science instructors !Miss Nelson's winning Uranium Be Compared?" Sciences and first place in stated Monday. Dirt roads will be used in mixing clay in dirt think, we're all in agreeancehere one or two (board member., ,
worked with I t the better project was entitled, "The In Carver built a cloud chamberand Junior Division Behavorial apparently be what many I roads to stabilize them, in tile next few days and As soon as I the oidin.nuc
I I projects to develop them for Vitro Digestion of a Bacon measured the number of and Social Sciences I'm not asking the county becomes law. I they will im
the lair, according to Science Lettuce- and Tomato Sandwich alpha, beta and gamma rays Miss Crews: is the daughter, "'."........,....... -, --- commission," said Hospital longer be the hospitul biMid( "
? Department Chairman Jerry ," She identified enzymes coming from it. He found that of Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Crewsof Trustee Bill Dodd one commissioner stated lot
":\lcGriCC. necessary for digestion out- uranium produced more Starke. It's Time To TimeDon't Notice of the county com- the county board
t Change mission's plans was sent to the "The (county lx>aid intends
BCH board Tuesday via to run the, hospital"
forget to set your clocks and watches ahead registered mail. The com- Hospital IruMiH-s le.iiltd
I one hour before retiring Saturday night. mission made the decision angrily Tuesdav night: after
Youth Criminal It's time te change time again, or will be, come Monday night, but had the reading of 'the proposal
Handling Sunday morning, February 23, at 2 a.m. letter examined and approved < takeover in the newspaper
The nation will officially revert to Daylight Saving
Attorney Gene Shaw' beforeit Suggested reactions!! ,ranged
Time Sunday for the next eight months until Sunday, was mailed. Commissioners from a refusal to step down
October 26, 1975. admitted there is a field of unless so ordered hthl'
In an effort to conserve energy during the nation'sfuel thought which the governor to letting the county
says county
I. Is Total Failure Reddish crisis Congress, in December, 1973; approvedyear lacks to name take over.
R : round daylight time for the whole nation. hospital board members ."The feeling I get is here"
Amid a flood of protests received principally from under its home rule powers five county commissioners!!

STARKE Florida's,new know nothing will be done to jurisdiction of the Division of lives and tax dollars for the compelled disgruntled to parents meet school of school buses age in total children darkness who,were Con- Attorney'Shaw has told the saying, 'Bill Dodd, ,you don't t

'j t Division of Youth Services is a them. Sheriff Dolph Reddish Health and Rehabilitative criminal justice system we've gress, in September, 1974, approved a switch back to commission is has that have enough sense to' run this
total failure,, juvenile told the county's legislative Services.He got," Reddish charged. Eastern Standard Time, with the change becoming authority. hospital "so stated;
In their to take it over' Dodd
case action is ,
:'criminals are rapidly increasing delegation in Tuesday's pre- also 'made a strong "It's a lot easier to catch a effective October 27,1974, to remain in force until next in "If of
questioned court and services are no
numbers and recommendation that the my
in here.
session hearing _
criminal now. The criminalsdon't Sunday, February 23. ,
longer fear lawmenor Keddish stringent in-, death penalty be im- perhaps reversed, the com- more importance than \hat is
no last
youths seem to care. They'renot In approving the change September, a jestful mission indicated by that article there
the courts because they dictment of the D"'S having plemented. The FloridaSheriff's afraid any more." remark from one Congressman may or may not have county's Tuesday legislative requestedthe the I I.the is better oil
total control of juvenile offenders Association has goneon School officials, some dozen influenced it's passage. He said, "We've fiddled without hospital BCH Trustee "
delegation to introduce a local me;
j. -_-* -A*fWli" *?1l. fell on ears of record as asking that the of which were at the hearing, around with time so much that even the rooster's don't act the Chairman Art Loudon slatedTuesday
lle aett( ri legislators who said they death penalty be im- backed up Reddish's charges even know when t to crow anymore which is bad enoughin Commissioner granting Ralph authority.Bryan night.

heard the same criticism in plemented. Sheriff Reddish against DYS"You're itself but even worse is the doubts that exist in the explained the situation to the "I flat don't like it," Loudon
other counties. State Sen. said he made that motion at about when for
100 percent right, minds of our cows to come in their '
said "There's I
delegation of Sen. Bob noa\ can
Ocala., said the sheriff's convention and it "
Buddy MacKay.
said Supt. Jim Temple. Afterhe morning and evening milking. swallow this."
Saunders D-Gamesville Sen.
something will have to be done passed unanimously refers a problem student, If Congress doesn't change it's mind again the usual ; The commission's
Buddy MacKay. D-Ocala and positionis
about the problem in the '"The criminal justice DYS comes back and goes pattern of six months of Daylight Saving Time and six Rep. Frank Williams, D- that it is sinking upwards ol
upcoming session Sen Bob system of which am a part is through the same procedurethe months of Eastern Standard Time. will prevail Starke.'You're. $100000 per year into I the
Saunders, Gainesville and a failure if you look at the' school has already gone beginning next October 26, 1975. each
hospital operation
Hep Frank Williams D- crime increase," Sheriff through to no avail said At any rate, don't forget to set your timepieces properly," Sen proceeding Saunders told with no control over year the ;1
"ASK ANYCIRI"BHS Slarke. were also sympatheticwith Reddish told the delegation in Bradford High Principal ahead one hour before going to bed Saturday night, The decisionto
Bryan But at Sen. county's
MacKay'ssuggestion money.
Sheriff Redddsh'sproblem his opening statement. Since Charles Francis, .uuumUm'Um...... ..u um..'
I Bryan agreed it move toward a takeover of
Drama Productions I I i liIill Fr
the inception of Article 5 of the would #
be best the
to advertise hospital operation began
"I'm much opposed to
very Florida Constitution, which
March 6 7.30f : with the of
? intentions to pass a special act resignation the
juvenile cases being handledIn established two
BHS *Auditorium circuit court," Reddish told and circuit court a system tier county, the 1.53 Signers Boost HopesIn to bills meet before a deadline the legislative for local former Canova administrator.whose resignationwas George

Sen. MacKay. 'cost 'of criminal justice in
session received in late
Reddish also recommended! Florida has roughly doubled, begins. In that
WORKSHOP that the Division of Correc- "the sheriff charged. Reddish manner, if a special act is December after three hospital

Alterations! Fittings TaughtBy tions be removed from the said the theory of Article 5 is needed one can! be passed," trustees signed a letter
Sen. MacKay said requesting it. The resignationletter
Lawtev'S Water Fight
valid, but that legislation
Ext. Some was dated Nov 19
Kathy Brown Home county commissioners
to it and
Fire Department passed Implement however indicating Canova i
Agent A.M with Article 'el apparently \
10 Noon along 5 is
thought the board had made had prepared it much earlier.In r
the amount to be financed for
added expense to the tax,, for points toward the needed total
25 Prospects Lawtey's clear its Intention to take January it was also
Tuee, Feb Officers NamedLAKE would be reducedto over
it was supposed to of 190 because of their' the project
payers. $414,000 water project seemed users that I.-
operation of the hospital at its brought out the hospitalhad
less than $250.000, making it
301 N.SPAGHETTI BUTLER A first assist more hopeful following a large us of water,it is believedthe in I
Ag Bldg previous meeting when the just $25,000 cash on
that the 10 cent
Paper 'work has doubled, committee has sufficient possible per
slate of officers of the Union checkup meeting Tuesday now
,county board decided to seek hand and had not sent out bills !
tax could be reduced
and funds have been added to meet' utility
no which revealed for signatures
I Fire was 153 signers
County Department for the
authority to consistently previous
SUPPER after the first or lower appoint hospital
for' additional federal for year
elected 10 personnel, the water service, in additionto requirements
Monday. February trustees locally But Com- three months because of a
rates be into
And Fashion at of the Reddish said. the multiple-use school and funding the project. might put
Shbw., a special meeting missioner' Bryan said he did malfunctioning bookkeeping
A citizen still does not know
volunteers held at the Lawtey Correctional Center A committee consisting
Soutrislde PTA not feel the commission'sposition machine. Accountant Albert
Providence Community where he is supposed to go to facilities. mainly of Marshal M. M. is believed according to
had been determined Crippen put BCH accounts
5:30: ? 9 P.M. Friday Building. make a complaint, the' sheriff It is expected that several ,Jordan, MayorCommissionerSpurgeon informed sources, that, receivable at 500000.
Feb 22 School Cafeteria Joe Schretzmann was said. more individual users will be Massey and wife, Councilwoman: Barbara "What we need is a bill
elected president of the DYS. which has total control signed by Thursday's and Mrs. Billy Andrews have Jordan may be reconsidering ExemptionDeadline collector," 'one county commissioner
volunteer organization J, W. of Juvenile'offenders 17 years deadline Since FHA, has' Indicated been hard at work during the her hasty verbal resignation said Monday. The
IT'S HERE AGAIN! and under is total failure. at the February council
O'Steen as vice-president, a that the school and >past two weeks obtaining the commission wantsto
DST Begins I -'2 A,M.. Sunday ,Billy O'Steen as secretary, J. Reddish said state sheriff's Correctional Center will be required number of meeting, following dismissal name apparently administrator -
.C.. Clyatt as treasurer and agree.. "Iff one of the few given consideration for extra signatures from potential of former City Attorney Gene indicating*
Set Clocks Ahead John Cain will serve as things .'ve'ev r seen 67 water customers. Apparently Shaw who had provided legal Is March 1 Monday it wanted the hospital
counsel to the commissioners
'chaplain sheriffs agree on. their efforts have been successful
V One Hour'' New Member trustees to delay
A constitution and by-laws DYS continues the problem :\ during two years of March 1st Is the deadline for commission' Idea IB tore
ra as proposed by the Florida with an attitude that a child' LAKE" 'BUTLER Announcement .A definite boost to the water negotiations with engineers exemption applications! at the ,hard-nosed administrator who a
'c-p: ofhe' State Fire College at Ocala cannot! ,commit'a crime of the appointment project was an announcement! and the FHA. Mrs. Jordan has property appraisers office at can run' the hospital ,under.'
'' was also adopted by the ,Reddish says his department, of Mrs.' Annie W. ,at. the February council not submitted a resignation in the Bradford County Cour set by the }
} Community( volunteers.The ; keeps, arresting the same Jefferson to a seat on the meeting that a federal grant writing and was out of town thouse. policies:: county
State Sank group of 18 members- people over and over. Nothing Union County Housing of $100,000 would be made and unavailable for comment: Due to the 1st being on a "I still don't like being In the Y
M are presently undergoing a 60,, is done when.a case is .turned" Authority was made Tuesday, ,, toward the cost of the system. Wednesday. Saturday. Appraise Gene hospital business but we're 9
6f Ac;.*unn Mm irnuirt. up hour training being over to DYS. ,. I Bids on the water project Long the office I
\ ...,... program February II;'- by'!the administrative Together with the 170,000 says wJ stay already in It, so let's It."
"T.0....'".......VFMtord ....C.'"", conducted' by the Lake ,City The people of this state will office of planned to be appropriated by will be opened M.a 2.p.m., open from 8:30 a.m.'tp 4:30: Chairman Dave Shuford run said j
Fire Department. pay' very: dearly, with I their Governor Reubin Askew." the city from reserve funds March! 18 meeting.: p.m '. Monday.. .'
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Page TELEGRAPH February 20, 1975 r.O l S" .A".trIt. ; tltr1OM: 'f'.AH1

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Prevatt Honored At Bridal Showei r

Miss Donna Prevatt, March and a spring bouquet was the Sh
14 bride-elect, was com centerpiece. Clusters of1' 212 fYlw Jf !
plimented at a luncheon last camellias were placed at @I Wj
Thursday at the Garden intervals down the length of
Restaurant given by Mrs. the long table.Camellia Qlaeiy moot Society ed
Linda Johns, Mrs. J. E. corsages were fair 964-7608

Hardy Mrs. J. R. Reddish, presented to the honoree, her ... ... I ., .---- .
Mrs. Robert Barksdale, Mrs. mother, Mrs. J. T. Prevatt,
Neil Tucker and Mrs. J. V. Jr., and Mrs. W. E. Bigham,
Corsby. Jr. of Brooker, mother of the S. S. Elem.P.T.A. Madison Street Baptist Church: Honors Youth and Seniors Harriet FaulknerThe I
The Valentine theme was prospective groom. .
carried out in the table ap- Miss Prevatt was given a Madison Street Baptist authenic barbershop quartet Shower HonoreeMiss
pointments. Valentine place piece of her chosen silver Plans Supper And Church held sweetheart consisting of Gerald Williams,
cards marked the 'seating pattern from her hostesses as banquets Friday and Saturday Randy and Jerry Williamsand Harriet Faulkner,
arrangement for the 20 guests a momento of the occasion. Fashion ShowThe in their new educational N 'fi Eddie Blalock. Garbed in March 28 bride-elect/ was
building for the youth of the typical white long sleeve honored at a tableware'
Southside Elementary church and for the "senior shirts with garters on the shower Feb. 11 given by Mrs.
SPECIAL tl sleeve, black handlebar L. Bradley, Jr.:and Mrs.
OF THE School PTA will have its adults"The John
J. annual dinner on Friday, Feb. banquet for the youthwas mustaches and long old Ricky Lee at the home of the
WEEK 28. The spaghetti dinner' will held Friday Feb. 7, using sideburns the group sang Me Call latter
favorites such as
Campbell-Thomson be served from 3:30: p.m. until the theme "Old Fashioned Wild
SOUTH FLA. 9p,m. at the school cafeteria.. Hearts and Lace" which was r You Sweetheart and, other"My love Corsages were presented to
Wedding March 29 Bingo and a cake walk will carried out in the decorationsand Irish .Rose" the honoree, her mother Mrs.
TOMRTOE5VINE songs.Approximately' Faulkner and Mrs.
start at 5:30: p.m. and a programs. 50 guests Harry
fashion and talent show'' will Tables for four were and Emory Duncan, mother of the
9Oc Colonel (Ret.) and Mrs.Guy start at 7 featuring covered with white i." enjoyed the occasion prospective groom. Guests
,,, the day with a tour
Baal L. Campbell of Sebring announce Southside children. tablecloths. Contrasting :Ji ij ,'\ '>!i \ completed were invited to sign the
RIPE Bail Lb. the engagement and The models will be wearing napkins of red were used / \ ', '.' ':r,'. ..'. through the newly completed shower-book at the door which
approaching marriage of their fashions from Eagle DeVane's topped with a white heart andwhite J'i ,;\t''i'ojr') l\,.<.f pastorium. was later presented to the
SOUTH FLA.SQUASH. SOUTH FLA. daughter, Cynthia Lee, to Department Store, Leila's candles entwined with t"'r.;' i'\1rfii; honoree.
William Henry Thomson, III, Dress Shop, Stumps Depart- greenery centered each table. "" Eastern Star
POLE BEANS son of Mrs. William H. Thomson ment Store and Priest's At one end of the room was a CINDY LAWSON A Valentine theme was
Jr. and the late WilliamH. Variety Store. large platform covered with a SupperSetFor carried out in the decorations.The .
.Thomson, Jr. of Monticello.The County CommissionerRalph white crepe paper skirt to MICHAEL ANDREWS guests enjoyed Valentine's
21 LB 3 Lbs.79c bride-elect, a 1970 Bryan will serve as which was attached red hearts Saturday, Feb. 8 at 12:00: noon Sat, Feb. 22 games during the partyhours
Sebring High School graduate, master of ceremonies.The and cupids. The platform was for the senior adults of the ; 8 and 10 p.m.
SOUTH FLA attended Florida State Uni- price of the dinner and the stage for the performance church. The banquet was
versity and received her show will be $1.50 for adults of the "Sweet Incense," a planned by the Women's Starke chapter No. 224. Mrs. Mike Bryan presidedat
STRING BEANS 3 Lbs.19c degree in Finance and Ac- and $1.25 for children under popular singing and In- Missionary Union of the order of the Eastern Star, will the refreshment table.
counting. She is presently 12. Take out orders will be strumental group in the church with the help of have a covered dish supper The bride-elect was
employed by the Industrial available.. church, who presented a, various members of the Saturday, Feb. 22 at 7 p.m. in presented with a piece ol her
Fruit Hat dqu rt.r. National Bank in Tallahassee. program of both spiritual and church. the Masonic Hall. All Masons chosen china from her hostesses .
Mr. Thomson graduatedfrom popular love songs. Tables for four were and their families are invitedto as a memento ol the I
Leon High School in Dona Christopher As the young people and covered with red tablecloths attend. occasion.
TEMPLES Tallahassee and is majoringin their dates arrived the using white contrasting
I 4geMURCOnS accounting at Florida State Miguel Rodriguez pastor Rev. Denton Sumrall, napkins. Flowers centered .
University. He is a brother of took pictures which will be each table' and red heart-
Mrs. Brian Hamilton and ''presented to them in the near
filled with
shaped DEADLINEFor
Marriage March 14 future. A roast beef dinner
JUICE ORANGES 59 nephew of Miss Lillian Stump candy were used as favors. A
and Mrs. John Griffin. was red and white color schemewas
DOZ. The wedding is being Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cindy Lawson, daughter of carried out using hearts
ofStark ?planned for March 29 at 8 p.m. Christopher of Starke an- Mr. and Mrs. David Lawson, and cupid.as focal points. The Deposit For SENIOR CLASS TRIPTo
the and and Michael Andrews of
at the First United Methodist nounce engagement son hostesses wore red and white
Church in Sebring. approaching marriage of their'' Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Andrews, heart patterned to
ATTENTION daughter;Dona Susan,of Fort were crowned queen and kingof serve the delicious aprons chicken The BAHAMAS On The FLAVIA Is
Sandra SheppardSgt. Jackson, S.. C. to Miguel the evening. They were
dinner. The were
Purchasing Hg.nfcm Tejeda Rodriquez of Fort 'presented with matching presented to aprons the hostesses as

5, E. Hammond Jackson, S. C., son of Mr. and crowns. gifts from the president of the
Rsrafcauranfc Ownvra Gr Mrs. Guillermina Rodriquez The Reverend Armando W.M.U.; MONDAY FEB. 24
of Manhattan, N. Y. Silverio, former home ,
Food Svrvicsj PvraonnvlNorman's Engagement Told A medley of love songs of
The wedding will take place missionary to the Italian
March speaking people, now residing bygone days was played by Deposit To Be Made At
14 at Chapel l Three at Mrs. Ed Riplinger on the
Produce Is Your WholesalerFor Mr. and Mrs. William J. Fort Jackson, S. C. in St. Augustine, gave an and W. B.
piano McKinney on
All Your Fresh Produce Dooling announce the engage- The bride-elect is a entertaining and informativetalk the violin during the luncheon. !
ment of her daughter, Sandra graduate of Bradford High'' to the young people. Rev. Sumrall a short Town Finance
THE PRICE IS RIGHTEr Sue Sheppard, to Sgt. Stanley School; United States Army' inspirational I gave devotional I
Eugene Hammond, son of School of Administration and ADULT BANQUET following the meal.A 226 N. Temple Ave. 964-7449
Mrs. Velma Sue Griffis and is currently employed by the Another very special highlight of the affair was
the late Walter M. Hammond.Sgt. U. S. Army at Fort Jackson. banquet was enjoyed the surprise introduction of an
W. Dvlivst Quantity OrdvraNorman's Hammond will return Mr. Rodriquez is a graduate
from his station in Germanyon of Brandeis High School, N.
March 15. The couple will Y.; Columbia University, N..
Farm marry at the home of the Y. with a B.A. in Political
groom's moth between the Science; U. S. Army School of,,
time he arrives the 15th and Administration, and Is
Produce Market the time he departs, for his currently employed by the U!
new assignment March 29th. S. Army at Fort Jackson.,

617 N. Temple Avc.9646O71 The ceremony,will be performed ..
.. : by U,41':;prospective.. ,,.
Open JMon-Saf groom's1 stepfather, Larry G' Hammond, r "'1'1 "
jtGriffis at the.Griffis home.. .f'
Sheppard f rk ,.

Wedding Feb. 25 ,

Mrs. Velma Sue Griffis 7 4A

T/IURSDAYAND FRIDAY announces the engagementand
approaching marriage of
G FEBRUARY 20,& 211 her daughter, Jackie P.I
Hammond, to David H.:
Sheppard,son of Mrs.WilliamJ. ry,

Dooling awMt
The wedding will take placeon
Feb. 25 at the Griffis home.
The bride-elect's step-father.
I the Larry G. Griffis, will perform,

ceremony. ;

Woman's Club

,Had Arts and Craft S


were Creative on display Arts and at Crafts the How Much Money Does It Take To Open A

Woman's Club Wednesday
afternoon of last week when
0' the Woman's Club of Starke Savings Account?
held its February luncheon >

( Members brought many There Is Really No Minimum An Amount As Small As
Items done in needlepoint,
VI crewel, quilting and other $2.00 Can Open ''Your Account.
creative crafts for display.Mrs. .
BUY ONE A. J. Barry, chairman,
was in charge of the program. We Encourage Our Younger Citizens To: Start Their
BIG brazier The luncheon tables were

0 decorated in the Valentine Savings Program Early So Bring In That Birthday &
4'D- AT FULL PRICE theme. Following the lunch-
eon Mrs. Eugene Tanner,
GET A SECOND ONEATI2price president, presided over the Christmas Gift Money Anytime. You'll Be Surprised How
business meeting. Mrs. Barry
announced the District Arts Fast It Grows ,
and Crafts Show in Jackson-
L ville would be held Feb. 20 at
.' : .0 the Lake Shore Woman's
J Club. Mrs. M.A. Baldwin won' I And now
the needlepoint pillow in the .
drawing. Guaranty Federal !:!! Come By Guaranty Federal
Mrs. Charles Goodowns, A""y.OOll
Junior Club president, pre- 7.75" & Let The Friendly Folks

sented a check for (35 to the has the answer ."vli C"1 Help You Choose The Time
club from the Junior Club.The
.. _... '
\ Juniors will donate 10 percent --s-A- Certificate Thats Right For You
of money collected from their.
projects.A .
decision was made that a 5.19... 5.91.%. 6.71". 6.9.". 7.79.
pay telephone be installed in
t the club with the Juniors and .OON ANNUM YIILO01r ANNUAL" "ILDON ANNYAL...ILDOOf MNUALVALOON .
M Seniors sharing the expense. 5.IS" 5.75" 6.506.75" 7.." ;' .
The club agreed to buy a suitable -, '
use for making pictures of I.__MMNMII II. LAMM/IM11 M1MINM ON'MMIT.YI.MNIA.M 1'_LNMNwI,1/NO1Mr
r"1Here's club events. Mrs. Tanner

A. J. Barry and Mrs. Paul

Brown to plan for redecorate ..A substantial Interest penalty is required for. ..-
log the powder room. Mrs.
labor for re- arty. "" on oartlfleata plans ESUC.-
upholstering the couches in .. .. 00; _
Dairy tern Swing*Program *ub| M lie .
the powder room.She will also wMdr. .........mega. --_ -_ _-
supply needlepoint'kits if. .
Queen L r 41Guaranty
a great big half-price dealt members will make them to : -. --

Have yourself two Scrumpdillylshus use as pictures in the club Federal

BIG BRAZIERS or treat a hungry friend) house. SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 295 W.IOI Starke .
brazier Offer good this Thursday and Friday at Mr. and Mrs. George Miller Lawrence Blvd & .
participating DAIRY QUEEN BRAZIER were in Jacksonville over the Sylvan Way :; "{'t;;;.IIGAINESVILLEr220NORTHMAINSTREE37733443501 <: .,
stores-where else!'' weekend visiting their son and ; ;,,1,1, ; -tt:; ,' 1 ,
family, Mr. and Mrs. Jack W. UNIVERSITY AVENUE ) '
; 3300 S.W,ARCHER. J 'E, ?,:'
Miller and celebrated the '- .
1401 N. TEMPLE AVE 964-8911 ROAD 372-0431 'I't ; ;
on, Scott, on'his seventh SYLVAN WAY 47J-4tn ktW '


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I Pine Level Church Sweetheart '"Thoughts Of You" Valentine Banquet At First Baptist Mrs. R O Dansby and Mrs. Dale Van Sickle of !Mr\ and :Mm. Vernon

t Held brother, Roy Andrews of Newport Beach Calif. and H. Reddish attended the
Banquet Sat. Night and'. The program was concluded Jacksonville spent the weekend L. Epperson of St. Petersburg Valentine program at I the
Fifty-three A Sunday members, teachers with inspirational thoughts by in. Ozark Ala visiting are spending se't.'ralH'cks Gainesville Hospital) last 1
t The third annual School Class members of the church staff made a Rev. Ben Bryant with !Mrs George* Andersonand hl'relr: ,
: arounJ their mother. Mrs. Mar.'m Friday night \\ !!
f, Sweetheart banquet spon- Baptist Church were gallery at focal points Special guests included Andrews. !Mr\ and Mrs. W J. Kp- Reddish sang several solos! .
delightfully entertained at the the'room.. ,
sored by the Pine Level Rev. and Mrs Ben Bryant person
Baptist Church, was held departments first Valentine The Invocation was given by Minister of Music Bill George -
L.Saturday night at the National Banquet;thursday night Feb Bill Georgb;; masters,' of and Mrs. George; Sunday
13. in the church ,A ''delicious
Guard Armory with 200 attending fellowship ceremonies. School Superintendent Jimmy
from as far as Green hall. dinner was served by Mr; and Crosby and Mrs. Crosby.
Cove. Springs, Lake City, The traditional Valentine Mrs. Sonny Tenly and 3 BEDROOM u HOMES I
Jacksonville and Lake Butler. theme of cupids and hearts members of the R. A.'s: First Baptist
The theme of the banquet was used to decorate the hall. The program consisted of
was "God is Love",The Name tags of red hearts and humor quips regarding class
Valentine motif was carriedout a Valentine ballot were givento members by Mr. George?. ,Have Banquets
in the decorations of red each guest as they arrived. musical memories, the No Down Payment
and white sweetheart trees, A beautiful arch of sweetheart "school days" preview and Feb. 14.15
hearts and cupids. roses and azaleas "framed"the girls ensemble. Also the skit
The banquet was catered by it1. living picture depicting "Abigail Has One Heart to Built On I Your Property
Wishbone Chicken and por- school day sweethearts; Give"was presented by Kevin' The adult Valentine banquetof
traits were taken by Connie Colston 4, and Mat- Milner, Kevin Neel, Melanie' the First Baptist Church
Bullington's Studio. A thew5/ were the. little Morrie and Christy Redding.: was held Friday night, Feb.
sweetheart king and queen sweethearts Metthew During the evening the new' 14, in the Fellowship Hall. If Your Family Income Is *6OOOOr

were chosen from each of the presented Connie with a King and Queen, Sonya Tenly George Pierce served as
churches present. The corsage: of red roses. and Andy Baldree, were. I master of ceremonies and Bob More Per Year You May Qualify
Sweetheart King and Queen Childhood pictures of class crowned. Milner gave the invocation. A
from Pine Level were Jimmy ,roast beef dinner was For A New Home In Starke, Brooker,
Scott and Cynthia Thornton. JIMMY SCOTT prepared by Lane Tenly and I'
Music was provided by the Birthday Party served by the R A. boys: Hampton Keystone Hgts. Lawtey, Waldo
Denny George Robbie
Glory Road Xuartet from
Middleburg and Ron Reilly, I For Lori Mann Pierce, Ben Bryant, Dale & All Surrounding Areas
youth pastor Trinity Baptist ,, Tenly and Kevin Milner.
Church of Jacksonville was Little Lori Mann celebratedher Bill George led the group in
the speaker. third birthday Sunday Nettlesof singing with several couples
Mr.and Mrs. Donnie

t'A afternoon her parents at a Mr.party and given Mrs.by Starke announce the birth providing Louise duets.aad Entertainerswere Ed Tenly, MONTHLY I RATES t $ I
s of a daughter
Louis Mann at their home on Feb. Mark and Lucy Milner, Bobby '
at the
Powell Street. Elaine, born 11 and Carol Milner,. Billie and
Mrs. Edna Hodges and Mr, Alachua General Hospital. Bob Milner, Joe and Carolyn
and Mrs. Joe Johns of Jack. The clown theme was Grandparents' are' Mr. and Sapp, Audrey and Bill George As Low As
carried out clown cake
in a
sonville were Sunday visitors Mrs E.'W. Allen and Mr. and and Jimmy Crosby. Rev. Ben
table decorations.
ol Mr.: and Mrs. Harold and Party Mrs. Herman Nettles, all 'of Bryant gave a brief messageon

Alvarez ,.youngsters.mtJiJ favors were. given to the Starke. Love. Jimmy Peek gave If You Do Not Own Any Property We Will
the benediction
e +iOnO.IVt
The 80 attending dined at Attempt To Purchase A Lot For You
Mr. and Mrs.Jack Carter of tables decorated in the
Atlanta, Ga. announce ,the Valentine motif.
adoption of a daughter,
IJou Know Shannon Renee, born April 25,
I On Saturday a Valentine FOR 1 FURTHER INFORMATION I I
1973. Grandparents are'Mr. banquet was also held at the
CYNTHIA THORNTON Mrs. Ida Latham of Salt and Mrs. Arthur Loudon of First Baptist Church and
I Lake City Utah is spending Starke and Mrs. Clara, 40 members
several of Jacksonville. enjoyed1 by Call Fri. Feb. 21st Between 8a.m. & 10
7O months with her O'Quinn leaders and guests of the p.m.
Scout Troop sister, Mrs T. D. Dyal.: *** *". 'II"'Youth B Sunday School.

7 i Weekend'At Brian David Canova would Department. .
Spends Mr. and Mrs. Harry like to announce the arrival of Iii Music provided by Don' Holiday Inn 964-7600
; Aile Meshaw, Jr. and sons of Lake a brother, Jason Allyn,. bornon ,,,- Hardy group singing, games
: ; ... State Fair City were Sunday guests of. Feb. 13 in Alachua General skit and a brief message by 'OI
Charley Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Buff., Hospital.. Proud parents are, ,Rev. Ben Bryant was held
Boy Scout Troop 70 visited and Dee Canova of Ask For
David during the program. Crowned
.. .
E- the State Fair and car races in Dr. and Mrs. Barney Kingsley Lake. Valentine King and Queen ., ?.MMI, I I'-' '' "'
Tampa over the weekend The McRae, Jr. and sons of Lake ,
1 were Ruth Hazen and Harold .. Jerry Sachs
I boys were accompained by City were Sunday visitors of --:rCr14Ifl Davis. Bob Milner, Jr. servedas
Johns David Montgomery. Don Mr. and Mrs. McRae, Sr. master of ceremonies.
Hardcnbrook and Lee Mardenbrook JJ
y.-K-III .
: Mrs. Myrtle Anderson spent
; "New: package policies are Enjoying the outing were Sunday Wednesday with

I. appearing for offices, John Cooper, Chuck Register, Mr. and Mrs. John Andersonin Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Woods of 'M .
retailers and Terry Mundorff Matthew Callahan. Pine Harbor, Ga. were n
I Box Chris Felos, Terry weekend guests of Mrs. Ewe .
i wholesalers They Carver, Mark Box Alan Mrs. R. E. McDaniel of Lawson. !,,' "(, ... ... i .' :" :' C" ..

combine theft, public Montgomery, Todd Samons, Westchester, Pa. is visiting i + .. ... ::> f II.. + l' .
liability, and a Kevin Miller, Frank Coss, her brother-in-law. and sister Mrs. Mabel Whisler of ..tf
great Kenny Stephens, Brad Myers Col. and Mrs. J. A. Griffin for Centerville, la., Mrs. Carletta 4 t p.
number of optional Michael Whiffen, Wayne several days. Orlup of Merriville, Ind. and .... .
coverages with broad Baker, Buddy DiCandio and Mr. and Mrs.' Paul West .I If;I
fire coverage at a 10 Bryon Roberts.. Mrs. James Barren,spent Unionville, la. arrive Thufr 10: ..,.' oJ ...
The boys stayed at the Sunday to Wednesday of last sday for several days visit, "'. "
per cent to 20 per cent Homer Hesterly Armory from week with Mr. and Mrs. J.; C: with Mr. and Mrs. Garl >d
premium saving. Does Friday night to Sunday afternoon Gilbert In' Orlando and Mathews. '

g the Charley .. Johns ., .... Thursday to Monday with Mr. t
( and Mrs. Robert Bush at New Mike Shaw son of Mr. and
3 Agency**tavlte e business -.0-* **t?+'*+*g***+ \'Smyrna Beach: Joining' the \L' Mrs.tLamar Shaw reentered
firms to"Consult,"about .WKlncaio"was;< ]}family f were Mrs-'Aoderson's a hospital lg,} Galvestoh, Texason .
these Mrs. J. < In' brother, Charles Burton of Sunday for further treat +
new package
Tampa last week visiting her Port St. Lucie and sister, Mrs. ment for his burns he receivedin
policies: ? sister, Mrs. C. C, Hoppe.
Martha Johnston of Miami. a tent fire accident two a i I
E. years ago at their home. on *-
Charley. Dr.and Mrs. M. T. Bichon William and Tonda Covington Kingsley Lake. l"t't
have returned to their home in of Gainesville spent the 'IU'' '
JOHNS AGENCY Paducah. Ky. after two weeks weekend with their grandparents Mr.and Mrs. Tillman Hutto,"
visit with her brother and Dr. and Mrs., A.. Y. Jr. and children Of
131 SO.WALNUT ST. sister-in-law. Dr. and Mrs. A. '
Covington. Jacksonville Beach spent theft t...
PHONE 054-8070 Y. Covinglon and visiting weekend with Mr.and Mrs. .

points of interest. in Florida. Mrs. Henry Stefanelli was C. Wells ana.family "C

-- -- _._-- surprised at a -
pleasantly + V1J
birthday dinner and party Local admittances too :
DAY CARE given for her by Mr. and Mrs. Bradford County Hospital this"4. r
Sam Caruso at the West Meadow week include: Miss Teresa' I
CENTER Country Club in Jackson.*, Moore, Fonzo Prevail, MrS.
ville on Tuesday, Feb. 11. 30 Ella Moody,Gerald Crawford, i j
+ Mrs. Sandra Sheppard Miss
friends and relatives helped to
wr TO SCHOOL AGE { celebrate the occasion. Frances Goodge, Edwin
Conway, Jr., Calvin Harris
CONSTANT c ARE2 Mrs., Barbara Harris, Mrs
" BALANCED SNACKS Susie Owens, Mrs. ClaraOGriffis :1
Dr. R. E Dopson and Peter Johnson,
NOW OPEN 7.-OO: A.M. TO 4:30: P.M. Starke; Scott Quietl, Raiford;
REAsONABLE "' Mrs.Jessie Welch, Mrs. Lillie

.. RATES. .ChiropracticPhysician 1 Gibson, Doyle Glover and
Butler; Mrs. Catherine
THEIR PROBLEMS Raulerson and Mrs. Margaret,'
". ( Chalk, Melrose; James '-- Staunch and True!
GraaUr Bathlaham Fr. "Jf.Jt Rowell Hampton; Marla
964-8018 Norman, Lawtey James Sch-
Will Baptist.Church i*t wartzwalder, Mrs.; Patricia :l
964-5136'1-I.,,: / Call St. .Suter and Mrs. Cheryl' American
1101 CHESTNUT ST.AT ASH ST. OR Douglas Keystone Heights;; Oolong

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL'' 94-6866. 2/20.3/6 Lonnie Petty, Mrs Martha _

Petty and Mrs. Violet Bald 0r
. win, Putnam Hall '
-: ::- : :: : -:-

Attending the Potentate', in Mellow, Hand-hewn Oak Finish4PC.

': Ball in Jacksonville Saturda i
TERWILLEGAR MOTORS night were Mr. and Mrs,
Charles Dinkins,Mr. and Mrs.C. .> SUITE OP GENEROUS PROPORTIONS
H. Nasworthy, Mr. and
( >'i, \W M.idisoii> Starke, 964-7200) Mrs. C.. F Bateman, Mr. and --- J

Mrs. D. E. Nettles, Mr. and .
Mrs. Julian McRae; Mr. and
No Waiting On 1 Mrs. Fritz Kramer, Mr. and 1'i
Mrs. A. F. Garner Mr: and t I Triple Dresser, Mirror,. $ 95
2 9
Mrs.G.S.Brown and Mr. and 9
Mrs. R. J, Shannon. On I 5-Drawer Chest and Bed.......
Factory Rebates Sunday morning the group _
-:' enjoyed brunch at the home of Borrow a touch of ,the past and put it in your living& now'' Hare isa
Miss Sara .Barefoot in Jack t handsome country-look in bedrooms that is equally at home in
.:. sonville the 'city Designed far lasting appeal with, strong, uncluttered I

When You Trade lines to perfectly accent the deep graining and rich! oak finish..
Mr. and Mrs. Ogden Bates'of All cases have dove-toiled and center-guided drawers. See this
Jacksonville were weekend fantastic bedroom value today and look at companion open stock

guests of Mr. and. Mrs.' Robbie,; piece. now priced at similar savings! Night table. 44extro..,,

Order I Your Car Before Shaller, t
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r. y' -
One Businessman to

another:;,"You might say my" /' '. .

Feb. 28th; And Get Your Rebate salary figures-my goes. wife into and five four ---'t---' .t A Fact You

daughters. _
? Can Do Better At . i
When You Take Delivery Of :' THE BRADFORD w Single P.d.ilal D.iU Bachelor Chcit. i
COUNTY TELEGRAPH w' 47.18.31'H, .'.,.'99'\H.7: ;4"
PvbltaM every Thursday, Lara Hutch Small Hutch..

1138. W.Call Street 47.10.45' H.........'64" 30.10.4J'H......... '46" ,
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PEOPLE TRUST ECKERD'S... for quality prescriptionsat

low, low prices! OVER TWO MILLION '''LAST MONTH

ALONE! Compare our prescription prices with what
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February 20,1975 TELEGRAPH Pages

I Temple. Asks For Maintenance Of Present school LevelSTARKE I

earnedJfrom 6 i than cent retirement contribution in the future to pass rules and collective bargaining
"We're not Tuesday afternoon's .loss of Income next budget percent of each dollar the harmless a previous clause year., under the Florida Retirement regulations." legislation for poultry farmersas
happy in Bradford County We legislative hearing becausethe year upwards of 200000. the state. said the Bradford Temple wouldreceive System That will cost Temple also asked, his a group. Gaskins said big
wonder how you arrived at county's 87 percent ratingin Supt. Temple asked The cost of living index is a ,;; all state funds it could $100,000 Temple said. request followed by a short feed companies won't talk to a
it," School Supt. Jim Temple the pricing index means Tuesday for legislative measuring.stick used by the earn by levying the minimum( Temple also asked for. a laugh, that the legislature do group of poultrymen but don't
asked the county's legislative Bradford schools will receive changes to keep the county legislature, said State Sen. stated level of taxes change In the unemployment away with continuing contract hesitate to communicate"bad
delegation of the recent only 87 percent of each state from losing school funds or to Bob Saunders D-Gainesville. which required for the current compensation law so the for Florida educators. That vibrations" to the individual
survey placing Bradford dollar earned under the at least keep the school fundedat "It's stacked in favor of the "was 6.333 mills, year school board won't have to request came at the end of his grower who talks with the big
prices the lowest in the state. Florida Education Finance their present level. This larger metropolitan areas". Under its present status pay unemployment to presentation, and drew smiles firm.
Concern wa ,expressed at Program That will mean a year the school received 94.1 Saunders said. "The rich get exempt from the whole teachers during the summer but no comment from the
richer and the poor gets when they are not at work delegation. -The county commission
harmless clause the school
poorer" But Saunders and. 1 Sen. Saunders termed that a In other action ,at the meeting room was filled with
board would have
GROTOHE PELLETS Sen.Buddy MacKay, D-Ocala, levy eight very broad interpretation of legislative hearingPoultryman : elected officials and school
\ is tin* linifI mills maximum allowed
Only two
the 'the law, indicating he doesn'tthink Arthur employees.
held little hope reversing under state law, to be -
trend because the large assured of Its that problem will arise. Gaskins asked support of residents were present.
9-7-7 $698 metropolitan counties carry a .,level of funding.keeping present Temple also said that the
I ,,-, (.!!< IOM .|YllriiiilI 50 Lb. Bag large majority vote in the Temple told the delegationthat state keeps funding some
Florida legislature now apportioned programs such as driver'seducation I I ,
i Bradford assessments : "
I' p .
Mee eNow one man one vote doubled last year, and that and the summer r 1 f t .. '.. .
Taking Orders in both House and Senate. taxes of most residents went school program which does k '/.,'
Temple also asked that the .. not receive FTE funds under a :'
for thecounty's "
Temple was asking
I rchsrs ForSpreading county be placed under the level of categorical status and '.... .
"whole harmless clause" 'of school funding present without in- therefore may be dropped by I ljrly?. ,2 Ir I SII ,..,>,'f,
'' Service the Florida Education' Act,, creased local taxes. the state. .
FPC carries the complete i A made that '
which Sen. had request was
The superintendent ,
.. pointed
palletized Plant I rw l r school boards be exempt from
GRO-TONE large hand in writing. The out to the legislators that the
Foods For Balanced Long whole harmless clause' the binding arbitration sectionof
Get Double Duty With school system will next year
the state's new collective
prevents a county from
Lasting have to match for the entire
NurlahmentGROTONE receiving lower state funding, 'tyear the teacher's five bargaining law Temple
WEED & FEEDGOLDEN per- criticized the fact that, in
event of an impasse, an

IDEAL Bag Covers $698 Cash outside brought arbitrator In which would would be be rar : Arai
Need r
2500 Sq. Ft. } binding on the school board.
100% Organic! 4 Exemption from publishingan
... For St. Augustine or Centipede Lawns.With" '
< Loans Up to 2500 agenda seven days prior to
20-5-5 Formula Does Both Jobs At Once a meeting as the school boardis r ,1 r 11
d TownFinance required to do under the .
Minor' We Rent Spreaders state's administrative
procedures act was also asked
Elements yc by Supt. Temple. Saunders
iP f 10.IDA GARDEN f pointed out that state .7
$ :;, ES1 CENTER 226 N. Temple 964.7749 legislators are much con- .. : -
cerned to see that rules and ll'
547 OMTiiOI.iOI. 539 East Call St. Income Tax Preparation regulations, with the effect of

Bag a ors ... PH. 9645745COMPLETEPROFESSIONAL Your Local Travel I Agency a law board.,are not easily passed bya

Planned Tours Anywhere In The World "If we have one big ,,. 1 --M-" 4
2 %'ORGANIC$391' problem, it's too many
Call For Information 4T
50 EST CONTROL SERVICES -..-. fee I government governmental agencies bodies and ..

regulating people's lives,"
.. ZThe Sen. Saunders stated."I x zILF7 ,
will confess to you that
it's going to be more difficult

Query FeN Peoph FOOD The'Qui Pty ,Fowl Peopfe' zL ,

FAIR OR show skating returns to Holiday on Ice for the :tuth anniversary -
PERK celebration. Cal and Uori 'ook are extremely proud of
CHUCK the three children Kim, Kris and Kelly whose skills on the
P FRI' .SAT ice are outstanding. The entire family Mill be on hand when
SUPERMARKETS & Holiday on Ice comes to the coliseum in Jacksonville from

ROAST STARKE COFFEEM THEY KILLED HIS WIFE-; Tuesday March II, through Sunday, :March 16.


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roao..IN It. 2 PER MIL MEHflUELUJA This young trio of Debra Johns, Stacy Denmark, and
aittlaal fl BAG Karen t'hitty will perform a jazz number in Southside
Klementary's PTA dinner and fashion and talent show set
next Saturday, Feb. 2M, from 5:30II p.m.
...hoo&PIofIt faerypEytofprk rl.0adyr.EarEyle peryD yto tgloe Ttefdgr..tFagle twryDaTLowprkaIoewrBuy . S H
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'1.8 L1.. 68c .|28 a i L*. $128. :iu 88: _
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Organizational meeting for The Recreation Departmentwill
Evcryo.yLowPricc rloo Q.oIII.e 1 JMOI EveryDjyLowPrke TW Q.oIII.e I fiW FS ,J, W EveryDaylowPricc W r..0-1U Fmt Pn,U Women's. Men's and Church begin registration for its
'E fT' ,:,oc,,, "...." "''S, "U""A. LYKES KING COLE Softball leagues will be held Dixie Youth Baseball
_CAKE_ COCOA APPLE CHILI I I YELLOW"WIS' WM the y next week at the Recreation Program Monday, .

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High Cagers Last Saturday night in as many as five points. points and Milton Baker and Sewell but still led the Rams' keep the 6'4 Sewell from the i Hodge 3-0-6.L Totals James 22359.3-2-8, V. Ocala fought back to
first each scored in scoring with 16 points. He basket. Eastside within one point 24.23 and the
Eastside defense in Starke the Tornadoes romped BUS jumped to a 16-14 Wayne Berry Campbell 0.1.1,
ripped an minutes of the Vanguard again, this time 76- quarter lead then fell behindby eight points. had to sit out most of the Bradford: Hampton:7-0-14, James 4-0-8, 4-2-12, Tornadoes went in the locker
last five
the from 43-41 59. Friday night BHS beat halftime 2725. Then in the Eastsido's Elmer Shermanhad second half after getting three Wayne Berry 4-0-8, Ross 1-0-2, Sherman 5-6-16, Bryan Henderson 0- rooms at halftime with a 29-27
deficit game to to come take the game a 5949to Leesburg 69-54 to polish the third quarter the Tornadoes the tough task of covering fouls in the first half trying to. Baker 4-0-8, Sewell 8-3-19, Lansberry Williams 0-0-0 1-0-2, Gillis 102. lead.
2-2, (
added to the lead
last three conference and edged ahead 41-40 by the end Bradford
them as co- .
put up >Totals 181349.VANGUARD at the end of the
and led 53-47
of the Big Sun regular season games. BHS of period. -
champions Conference along with Ocala ended the season 17-3, not Then with five minutes left GAME third quarter. Sewell hit 12 of
Vanguard. including the three tour- in the game BHS was behindby BRADFORD Sewell hit 25 points against his 25 points in the third
wins. This weekend two points 4341. Then the COff quarter. The final quarter
faced nament V. scoring
The Tornadoes were to the
BHS travels to St. Augustinefor Tornadoes scored 18 quick .It' -$ .. krr Vanguard belonged to the Tornadoes
with a situation last week that nabbing 23 rebounds
the District 5-AAA tour- points to take the game. when they outscored the
had to win the last three :
they :i the night.
conference games to tie nament. Elva Hampton hit three .egrap .r'F" ,,,". 1975 ,The Tornadoes Jumped out Knights 23.12 to end the game
Vanguard for the Cham The two point lead in the field goals in the last spurt for to an early 17-9 lead at the end 7653.
while Donnie Sewell hit Besides Sewell, Bradfordhad
The week before fourth quarter was the last BHS They
pionship. of the first quarter.
Bradford beat Vanguard 7945in time the Rams were in front, an extra four. Sewell led the stretched it to 21-9 in the three other players in

the finals for the Big Sun although they had led at Tornadoes in scoring with 19 opening second,of the second (See Page 14>
Conference Tournament. different spots in the game by points., Hampton scored 14

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Honored Tuesday ,


f l 11p i During Banquetseniors. t '

I II I I Four varsity and two junior -. -Tackle Gery Dukes was 1t

I varsity gridders received "In the Monticello game I selected as the offensive

,awards Tuesday night duringthe think we learned something. lineman of the year. Dukes
annual Union High We learned that you have to was named to the first team

Football Banquet at the Lake have a winning attitude," says All-State.
Side Community Center in Coach Jones. Curtis Sirmones was
lb selected the offensive backof .
E Lake Butler. Each football coach got a as ,
the and the outstanding
I The 40 member squad was chance to talk about the year oa
honored by all the Union players they worked with. I player of the year.
coaches and guest speaker During these coaches talks, Sirmones has rushed for over
statistics were broughtup. 5000 yards in two years led
: Florida State University Head some
Football Coach Murda. Murda Like, the secondary with the state in scoring both of r'rf t

selected as the most outstanding Tigers this at the Football Banquet.' spoke a lot of Senior Curtis 19 interceptions and no touch-, those years and was also
These four were year and the defense named an All-State Player for
Curtis Sirmones Doug Barnett,Gery Dukes and Freemen White. Sirmones who has signed a passes,
From left to right: ... football scholarship at FSUo, that held the opponents to an two years. He kicked ,field c
After a welcome by average of two points a game goals extra points, punted,
Quarterback Club President, while the Tigers averaged 44 and ran back kicks and punts.
BHS Cagers To Meet, Jimmy Whitehead and an points a game. ,' After the players received x
introduction by Union County. Then the awards were awards from the coaches, .
handed out. Getting the Most Coach Jones was presented a
School Superintendent James add two more
Sheldon Hodge Jumps up to take a shot and
with all the
Defensive Back large plaque
Cason the crowd heard some, Outstanding to the Bradford effort last Saturday night.
award was Doug Barnett. players and coaches names on points
comments from Union.'HighSchool
; Clay High In Tourney",: Principal James:TylkJ.. Barnett terceptions had and seven made',In-91 it.The It was, two by junior Gery Dukes.varsity

Then Head Coach Jack: awards handed out by
i ); tackles and assists during the were
I Beginning the first of three games will play Saturday losses earlier in''the.Season Jones talked about the sea sort, season. : the head JV coach. The best ATTENTIONYour

final tournaments, Bradford night at 8 p.m. for the District with a 66-60 victory. Bradford and the Monticello :game Linebacker Freemon White offensive player of the year
High Cagers face first com 5 AAA championship.The since then has rallied to a 69-40 before the team was introduced was honored with the most was David Blunt.He averagedsix

petition in the District Five vengence win. "f outstanding defensive yards a carry, includingone Now!
Class 3A tourney Friday nightat Tornadoes ended The BHS squad is being led "We all learned something ,lineman award. He led the 78 yard touchdown run. Future Is
7 p.m. against Clay High in regular season play with a 17.3 by 6'4 senior Donnie,Sewell, in Monticello and I hope\,will Tigers in tackles and assists Darrell Williams was namedthe
St. Augustine. record compared to Clay High who has been averaging 14.9 carryon value" said,Ceach with 147, made three In- best defensive player of

Tonight(Thursday,Feb. 20)) with a 15-6 record. "Clay is a points per game.while nab-. Jones. "You left sonwjhuia terceptions one for a touch- the year. G. E. D. EXAMINATIONS will be
Palatka South plays Palatka real fine ball club and they bing 15.5 rebounds per game. here we can build'"on'Jcommented down and recovered three The Cheerleaders were

Central in the first round duel. will be hard to beat," ,com- Milton, Baker is next in Jones on"'the'Union fumbles. ,,,.. ""t introduced and. honored, by given March 3, through ,March" 7tjt975lApplications ,
Friday night before the BHS- mented Head BHS Coach scoring' with an average ofirf'tlbint'S' their leader Mrs. White.
Clay game St. Augustine will' Mik 'Sexton. 4. *"" : a" gamer Elva s-i LJ"dos v' '1 1'tiidon'tlalhink' ..:you pcould "* for the t
play the winner, of the Number one tournamentseed -Hampton has been averaging \ : haveia football program like { '
Thursday night game. Winners St. Augustine handed the 10.6 points per game, Sheldon f this if you do not have the Examination must be made in
of the two Friday night Tornadoes one of their three Hodge was next in rebounding support like y'all do from the
averaging 88 a game while w e"0f community, coaches and the Advance. "
scoring 9.3 points.;' Wayne players," said Guest Speaker
Berry averaged eight points Murda.
I Lifters Beat NMTaking and 8.6 rebounds, pet1' game a Coach Murda then startedtalking For More Information Please Call
about the he
during the season. way was
five first places out Football and Weightlifting Pep buses are going to be starting to coach at FSU. He ,964- 150 or Stop By Bradford
of seven weight categories, Coach David Hurse. running to St. Augustine and said he treats everyone fairly,.
Bradford High weightlifters Coach Sexton is hoping for regardless of color. He also Union Area VocationalTechnicalCenter
rolled over North Marion 42-23 Taking first place In the 132 some student support in the said some of the players were
last Wednesday to win the pound class was Kevin Meng Tornadoes' bid for state. not used to it. Starke, Florida 32091
first duel meet of the year. with a total of 410 pounds. "Lake Butler has gone a ,
Antha Duhart placed third long way in treating all the 21- 227Announcing
The two meets before North with 395 pounds. The totals are TennisTeam.s players fairly," said Coach
Marion BHS placed second in derived from two lifts, the Murda.
three way meets. The first one clean and jerk and the bench I,
was with Eastside and Fer- press. A L "'II- .. ... .
nandina then Eastside and John Kilby won the 123 -

Ocala Forest. Eastside was pound class with a total of 360 .
the winner of each match. pounds while Tommy Meng s.A

took third with 290 pounds. Beat'
Mike Crews took first placein With Crews in first place in ,. I
the 148 pound class and tied the 148 class with 505 pounds,
Bradford High Schools clean David Harper placed second
and jerk record. Crews lifted with 420 pounds. Eastside
240 pounds in the clean and Ilk 1

jerk lift to tie the record that In the 165 pound class David Both boys and girls tennis I
was held singly before by Godsey placed first with 395 teams from Bradford High These two are the award winners from junior varsity at the ;.
Brad Carter. pounds followed by Steve won a match last week when Union Football Banquet. At.left is David Blunt and to the New :

Coward with 390. the boys beat Eastside 5-2 and right Is Darrell Williams.Tigers ,
Carter lifted for BHS in the
the girls 4-3 Monday, but the
181 pound class and Crews is Donnie Neel took first placein
boys lost to Oak Hall 5-2
lifting in the 148 pound class the heavy weight division Friday.In Beat BakerIn i
and still tied the record, with with a total of 500 pounds Low Prices
the girls meet against :
the rest of the year to go.. while Jimmy Clark placed Eastside the team won all
third with 415.
"Crews is the most advanced individuals except one but lost 2nd Half Rally I
lifter we have and he Beaver DeSue and Danny both doubles matches. Win- ,
is working at a state championship Anderson each placed third in ners in the singles were- -
Cagers 2-2, White 3-1-7, stoutamire:: -- Thru Our New '
High came
level stated Head their weight division. Jennifer Jockel 8-2, Ruth
Hazen 8-1,Debbie Mitchell 8-2, from a 26-24 halftime deficit to 22. 191856.
overtake a host Baker County Baker-Ford 10-2-22, Yarber
---- Lynn Peirce 8.1 and Pam
team 56-46 Friday night. 3-0-6, Statcher 3-0-6. Kenny 2-' ;,-
I Tucker Dannette
0-4, Hope 2-0-4, Jackson 1-0-2
Rodrique lost a very close Joe Maxwell led the Tigersin David 102. Totals 22246.. ( )
match 6.8.Donna scoring with 20 points from $1,000,000,000 :
WE CAN FILL Samons and Ann six field goals aad eight foul
Allen as a team Merrie Orm- shots. He was followed by
ANY PRESCRIPTIONYou sbee and Christie Redding as Boyzle Perry with 13 points BHS Nine "
a, team both lost 28. and Walter Brooks with 12.
The girls play Leesburg at
home Thursday then travel to Union slipped behind 14-11 Faces OffThursday 7i I--Ya&ul
can brine us for compounding any: Lake City Friday. The after the first quarter then r
prescription, even those prescribed by: physicians following Monday St. outscored the Wildcats 13-12 in
who practice a lone distance from our Augustine away and Eastside the second period to close the HARDWARE STORES
We away Wednesday.The gap to. two points, 26-24 at .
pharmacy. will be able to dispense the exact -
hatime.e Bradford High Baseballen,
I medicine specified. boys did the same thin a{ face first competition next' .
Of against Eastside in th Then In the third quarter the Thursday night when they Now that we have joined with over 4800 other independent hardware stores
course we are In constant contact with all but one '
winning it and
local Doctors singles Tigers got together travel to Ocala to meet Forest doing over $1 billion sales volume..We. buy like a giant chain and you're
all our so we are familiar with Winners In the single con- romped 19.12In that period to .
the medicine. they prefer. Bat among the many: petition are Larry White 8-$. take a 43-28 lead at the end of High.15 players are out now and invited to share in the savings! Come see what a difference our new 4800

thousands of prescription drat we carry are 8-4.Mike and McRae Scott 8-3, Tinsler Andy Crew 8-1> the period. four more are expected. to, store Buying Power,can make in your Shopping Special Values now tot f

also the one physlclana In other cities -:rpre.erlbe. Randy Crews lost his single:s Then in the fourth quarter play baseball when regular celebrate our. new affiliation...CO ME IN SOON. .
basketball ends and ,
match 641.White the Tigers almost doubled thei
and McRae joined a: Macclenny score getting 15 the junior varsity players are
YOU OR YOUR DOCTOR CAN PHONE US a team and lost 3-8 whit t points and holding the free. But. only 14 will be
when you need a delivery. We will deliverpromptly Randy and Andy Crew:i Wildcats to eight for the 56-46 playing ball when they come
without extra charge A treat many teamed up for a 8-6 win. victory. down to the'14 man foster. Buying OrganizationMANNING
people rely on us for their health need.. We "We got a little behind,
welcome requests for delivery service and charge Against Oak Hall it w a IS because of the weather but
account. completely opposite in th 1C Macclenny's main threat in we are looking pretty good,"
singles. The boys lost all bone art the first half was them getting Head Baseball Coach
match.:Andy Crews wo n the ball inside to sophomoree says Hatcher.
his match 82. The losses wer Tom Ford. Ford led theY Harry' out' for, TRUE VALUE
The 15 players now
KOCH'S White 5-8, McRae 5-8, Rand scoring in the game with 22 Jeff Jockel ,
DRUG baseball are ;
4. STORE Crews 4-8, and Scott Tinsler<.I-( points. The total includes 10 Robert Ed- '
i PRESCRIPTION baskets Kevin Neel,
CHEMISTS I. mondson, Richard Lashley;' : HARDWARE
John Samons and And AUTO
166 W 'Score Richard Hall Jimmy Prevatt,
Call'o a-s-7 Starke, Fla. Crews won in doubles foni: r. By Quarter:' ,
petition 8-6 while White an,d Union 11 13 19 lI59frl13 : Tommy ,Wise, Jackson ,
McRae lost 58. Baker 14 .12 12 sUnionMaxwell -46: Prevatt: JohnnNichols,. 473-4822 Lawrence Blvd Keystone 't.:
\ The boys next match 68 2O,Perry David Kilby,Tommy Reddish; '

Leesburg Thursday,horn,\ Brooks <+12. Banks.,0..f, rand, Matt Hull., ,I ,|t 1 r5 ..;",

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St. Mark's ObituariesMrs. .'.d HAMPTON AREA NEWS, y'y'by jl'

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episcopal '
', FontalndM
'W' Josephine
Mary L. Green Lorena CermenaroMrs. .\,,*.. '" ,
Church :, ., RECREATION were surprised by a visit from .

Mary L. Green, 94, Mrs. Lorena Cermenaro, 74, The regular meeting of the Mrs. Hhoden's nephew, .
and Beet .
Church Street .
Jackson died Thursday, Feb. 13, in the of Starke, died in a Gainesville ,I Hampton Senior Citizens will Hobert Giles, and a friend,
THE REVJOHN M. LYNN Alachua General Hospitalafter hospital Sunday Feb. 16, l h. 4 be held j Friday evening j Feb Hon Potter, from Bmghanton.
an extended illness. She following an extended illness. vi ,. t afU6' 21, at 7:30: p.m. Don't forget N. Y. on Thursday and '
hursday, Feb. 20th 3:30: was born and lived her entire Mrs. Cermenaro was a ( the items for the j Fun Auction. Friday Bobby met his cousinsfor ,11 I
Brownie Troop No. 127; life in the Bradford County member of St. Edwards oe Basic Education classes the first lime.

30 p.m.-Inquirers1 class; area. She was a member of Catholic Church of Starke. She ., Monday and Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Waller
30 p.m.-Senior Choir the Little Spring Primitive was born May 17, 1900. evenings, 6:30 to 9:30: p.m. at Rhode. Hayvxurd Howe and
-actice Baptist Church. Survivors include her hus- Sunday 23 Feb: Sunday the lIampton City Hall and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rhoden j
unday, .Feb 23rd 8:30: She is survived by three band, Anthony Cermenaro of School 9:45: a.m., Morning Recreation Center. and children attended
n.-Holy Eucharist; 9:45: daughters, Mrs. Pearl Starke; two sons: Alfred and Worship 11 a.m., Church The afternoon Craft Class wrestling matches at the
-Church School; 11:00: Markey, Mrs. Amanda Lewis, Dominic Cermenaro, both of Training 6:15: p.m., Evening met Wednesday afternoon Jacksonville Coliseum last .
Morning Prayer; 5:00: both of Brooker, Mrs. Gracie North Adams, Mass.; six Mr. and Mrs. John W. Dodd of Gainesville, one of many Worship 7:30: p.m. from 2.30: to 4:30: at the Saturday night :}fi fiMr
Junior E. Y. C. customers(o receive a rebate from Terwlllegar Ford Motors
Dukes of Lake Butler. Two sisters;: Mrs. Isabelle LeBrecof Hampton City Hall and
ling6:45; : p m.-Senior E.JC. sons Leslie Green and Roy Westfield, Mass., Mrs. with the purchase of a new 1973 Ford Super Cab pickup truck. Monday, 24 Feb: Girls Recreation Center. Mrs. and Mrs Roy Khoden \
Meeting Green of Brooker; one sister, Mabel Therault, Miss Viola Shown with the Dodd's U Ermie Jones, Terwlllegar Ensemble 6:30: p.m., Youth Muriel Norman, of Starke. and Mr. and Itrs.larion'! j |
onday Feb. 24th 3:30: Mrs. Josephine Strandburg of Devio, Miss Lottie Devio, Mrs. salesman who made the sale Choir 7pm.Tuesday Was the instructor. Mrs. tiatlm and daughter. Mr. and :j I
Junior Choir Practice; Melrose; 31 grandchildren, 54 Ida Wojeck and Mrs. Rita Norman showed a number of Mrs. Waller Khoden and Achildren
o p.m.-Brownie Troop No. great grand-children and 4 Decateau all of North Adams: 25 Feb: Home things that the group can were Saturday guestsof r
great, great grandchildren. Mass.; one brother: Norman Health VanSponsored Legion MeetingSet Mission Study 10 a.m., make. There were eight ladies Augie Priess of Lake
uesclay Feb. 25th 3:30: Funeral services were held Devio of North Adams, Mass.. Covered dish luncheon 12 present and all took part in VMnnott and enjoyed a
.-Girl Scout Troop No. 614; Sunday, Feb. 16 in the Little Services were held Wednes- noon, Junior Choir and Hand making a large (lower from delicious barbecue steak
i p.-Youth Confirmation Springs Primitive Baptist day, Feb. 19, at 9 a.m. with By TonightThe Bell Group; Family tissue paper This Wednesday supper cook-out. Enjoying: the
ss I Church with Elder :Robert Father James Cregan con- Recreation Night 6-9 p.m. the class will be making dolls occasion) with them was Mrs\
ednesday, Feb. 26th6:10. : Smith and Elder Herman ducting. Burial followed in Local ChurchThe American Legion from yarn. Anyone interestedin Beith.i Hlioden.rirv .
i.-Acolyte Meeting; 6:30: Moody officiating. Intermentwas Crosby Lake Cemetery under Auxiliary will hold a meeting Feb: Family joining the Cralt Class may
Wednesday, 26 ,
Lenten Program held in Elzey Chapel direction of DeWitt C. Jones Thursday evening, Feb. 20, 6:15 come to the City Hall at 2-.11):: ) :l l-\\S': !
Archer Funeral Funeral Home. The Starke Seventh-day 1975 at 7:30: p.m. at the Post Night Supper : p.m. afternoon t the*
<*> * * *. cemetery. Rosarywas Sunday School Workers Wednesday Work is progressing on
CARD OF THANKS Home of Lake Butler was in recited at Jones Adventist Church will\ sponsora home on Edwards Street. R.A.; G.A.; Ac- new I lire house located hot-
for the special charge of arrangements Memorial Chapel Tuesday health-service van on This will be a special Meeting, World Friends; FRIENDS: & :MCK.IIKOKS teen the City Hall and Ihe, '
i appreciation night. Tuesday, Feb. 25, in front of meeting for the election of teens; 6:45 Mr. and Mrs Leroy Khoden Hampton General Store.
friends neighbors Friends : p.m.
vers Gospel SingThe the Winn-Dixie store at officers and to make plans for Mission )
t: Baptist Churches of Starke Bradford Square, from 10 a.m. the installation of Officers and "Hour of Power" 7:30: p.m.,
I Keystone Heights in the loss Jimmie Dice to 4 p.m.Services to be offeredat the annual birthday party. Church Choir 8:15: p.m.
),our loved one, William D. Pine Grove this time include blood The charter is still\ open so r'
of Crystal River, who Congregational Methodist 27 Feb DeWitt C. Jones
Thursday, :
Jimmie E. Dice, 72, died pressure, hemoglobin, any member joining duringthe
in Church will have
Feb. 12 gospel
away a a sing Visitation 9:30: am., Music
Friday, Feb. 14 in Lake Shore diabetes, and glaucoma month of Feb. will have
linesville hospital after a Saturday, Feb. 22 at 7:30: p.m. Makers 3:20: p.m.,,Visitation 7pm.
Hospital in Lake City after an screening tests. their name on the charter.All
Refreshments will be served.
gthy illness. Funeral HomeSTARKE
extended illness. There are members and eligible
The Bowen from
family for the diabetictest to attend
requirement members are urged
.The Walter King! Family! Georgia will be featured. in Madison either -Ben P. Bryant, Pastor
He was born : Persons must be the meeting on Feb. 20th. PHONE 964-62OO
County and lived the last two 18 or over, or have parental RENTAL
and a half years in Lake consent; cannot already be a 2 Qualified As 1 allout? Monitors i HOSPITAL BEDS. WALKERS WHEEL CHAIRS
Butler. He was a member of known diabetic; a special dietis *" CRUTCHES
RED TAG SALE the Baptist Church. required before coming for Harriet Bryan, of the Radiological MonitoringCourse
the tests, and an appointmentmust County Civil defense office, given last Thursdayand KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
He is survived by a sister, be made. The number to and Donna Thompson, wife of Friday by the Lake City PHONE 473-3176
[21" Self-Propelled Mrs. Selma Ruis and a call to obtain the diet and C. D. Director Jerry Thompson Community College.
brother, Brantley Dice, both make appointment is 9646467. completed a 16-hour
of Lake Butler.
: Toro Whirlwind Funeral services were held
Sunday Feb. 16at4:30: p.m. in
Archer Funeral Home Chapel ana
with Rev. Adrian Powell and jjsl r.(f lSill$4i ,.k ; I1.'{. ,' yh.ijj; -
$11995 Rev. D. O. Goss officiating. !' i 1v A LMrar oicoYMv 1,05(1
906 Interment was held in Mt.
Zion Swift Creek Cemetery.Church .
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"The Country Church with
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$477 Seed Potatoes : "'' PINE-SOL s l/AN1p q. ?
6490 Parsonage 964-6407. ( ) '
Sunday Bible School 10 NP QO Zh 40N J PINE FRESH Z rb

BagSEED Onion Sets a.m. (no time change until NPO1T0' CLEANSER
: after the morning service)) I t
'easBeansCornOTATOES Morning Worship, 11 a.m.; 0 f3 MEN'S PAIICE
Evening Training 6pm.. $ DOUBLE KNITPOLYESTER WASJ.1a1 1fO' / ;
Okr -Green. Evening Worship 7 p.m. f

.< & Other Garden Worship 7:30 p.m. y v'' odors contact'' .
moo on Inside frost' m every size 40, 60 75 and 100
\ 140. SCHOOL PRAYER I l.os a fresh pint scent' wail Dependable Sylvanio quality" for long,long'
Per Lb. Favorites MEETINGS: BHS: Tuesdayand Netv's.ldoa., 1 .. life, Bettor buy a dozon!
Thursday at 8:00: a.m.,
room A-18. USCH: Wednesdayat .., ,
$1200 .Per 100 Lb. RYE GRASS 7:30: a.m. in Auditorium' ",.5'7-7-1.: l
Radio Ministry over WPXE
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8:35: a.m. each Sunday .
morning. .y. WINDSHIELD HD-30
50 Lb. Bag
Time Change DelayedAt ,, '
Per Bag '12.' fcm.f tB.GARDEN Pine Level Baptist
Those attending the Pine now Tailored yours by lor the dollars nation,I till t HI IOCS maker pelyaittr ,- wAIE iix WINDSHIELD.WASHER. 0 0 I &IOUR

Level Baptist Church this stays wrinkle, fro*, holds its J.tt'a,01 ,
: OIIDA Sunday will not be changing crtOM without ironing! Hand "".Fr,. a Cleans OUR PRICE PRICE WAS1Iall
some selection of solids, plaids, MEN S, BOYS, YOUTHS ,aew WAS2.4Uimhlan
their clocks until after the rurl,1a, ,
EST CENTER pultons. Sizes, 29-47. CANVAS DECK SHOES Sp.aial wnrer., Protectsyout
morning service. At noon we from
OIIiOL. 539 East Call St. will be setting up our clocks. ::::____#_ 1/ Non In whit-dip voles same,colors.Cushioned, Men's wide, 7-1,, amnfreeae-er formula and 0 97 Limit, .. w.1 S.JR. .
This will mean no loss of boys, .h-6 and, youths', 11-2. clone,, l quart, guars
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I d.nm.Fly" Ivan... Never needs ironing T \ van brown H.avy duty 100' vinyl with Full sneam, full or port circle lanterns' stoves'
II READ I Flare Stzes: 7-13.legs: I sues, Neat/'a-17.' prints in \ Sits7-U. solid brass couplings, coverage to75ft.ground area. 14.1 1 as. Sizt, .

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Hair-Styling Emporiums I

i Lack Warmth. o f Old Shaving Parlor'i

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A newspaper friend of long expert on any subject. He
knew all the answers, and his
standing recently a
column bemoaning the verdict on matters was
,N passing of the old-time barber'' "P:41c s seldom disputed. lie seemedto
'I shop-or "shaving parlor" as : be the man most frequently
] asked to serve as a pallbearer
r !''', they were called in the good
,.."!,lj'' ,\b old days when Call Street had x. at funerals-a job which befell
him because he knew each
wooden sidewalks and a
private shade tree for every'"' citizen so intimately, and wasa
bench warmer. friend of most of them.

Those "tonsorial parlors" "I recall no time in the

were a part of the social scene history of the small tQwn when.
I ,.
consternation and ridicule ran
where the menfolks, both
rural and urban, gathered on higher than the day the
I Saturday nights to discuss the traveling salesman dropped
weather, the crops politics into the barber shop and asked
and any tidbit of neighborhoodgossip for a manicure. Of course,
that needed special such a thing was impossiblewith
attention. They were far cries 'to ,J r ra the pocket knife the
Clocks for The TowerSome from today's way-out v 4't t barber always carried to
establishments where men get clean his nails after a hard
their hair "styled" rather day's work. So the city slicker
left the shop grumbling about
than cut.Perhaps
years ago there was a motion shown above give
The photographs ? the service found in this.'hick
picture entitled, "A Bell for Adono" some idea of the great improvement in you remember that town'.

portraying the struggle of citizens of a the beauty of the tower that would be little hole-in-the-wall, sand- with their
small town in Italy to obtain a bell for the installation of clocks wiched in between the butcher "Today's shops
brought by
spotless floors, air con
shop and dry goods store, with
the cathedral (or some other building of which would be illuminated at night to three or four black leather and ditioning, humming electric

significance) in their village.We be visible for miles around. The photo at nickle plated chairs that tilted clippers and blondined'''

left is of the tower on the Citrus County back luxuriously for the Two manicurists may be in. tune
submit that a similar project for shave. A tall red, 'Shavlng Parlors," complete with striped barber with the times, but the .atmosphere
morning poles In front
courthouse at Inverness and the pictureat stood In
Starke should be undertaken as a part of white and blue striped pole Pictured one block 01 Call Street around J9JO, created by the old
right is of our own old Bradford on sidewalk are Morris Leviton tonsorial artists is "
the forthcoming Bicentennial obser- standing on the sidewalk tailor, and an early Starke time entirely -
vance,and might well be titled, "A Clock County courthouse with its "blind eyes" outside announced that here New Orleans.daughter, Rosa, now Mrs. Hugh Brownlee, Jr 01 missing. Even the
from the tower. of man's last'" paddle-fans and the high-top
peering out was one W 'r:
for the Courthouse.
Old strongholds-a place where he brass cuspidor that graced
would be free from the threatof J several corners of the old shop\
In reality, the project would require Now that the old courthouse has been feminine invasion-even if are gone--and also the eXcitement

four clocksfor when the courthousewas placed on the National Register of His the would-be invader were. his../.. having gone through ordeal !' never think of that old probided by .competition -
constructed in 1902, the builders wife. of having dad sit you on a shop without recalling among patrons who .
toric Sites it is
foresightedly left four in the more important stool on the back porch at the head barber, who vied with each other as Id (the
apertures ever that the clock be installed, since The owner, a tall, thin home while he whittled away been bald for years, but distance they could safely spit.
tower, five feet in diameter, obviously tourists and "history buffs" from all fellow, who usually parted his with a pair of dull scissors, the never failed to have just without a miss. I'
intended for future placement of parts of the country will be interested in hair in the middle, knew every' opportunity of having the tonic to keep your hair
massive clocks.Apparently this local landmark in- inhabitant for miles around, barber do a professional job it and luxuriant. You "The modern way may be"
viewing ,
now and had been cutting the hair with his hand clippers was help but wonder why more sanitary, but somehow I
'County Commissionerswere cluded in the "blue book" of historicaland of their men-folks ever since 1 I really a treat. And the fancy didn't use the stuff, him- wish I could go down, to'
as hard-pressed for funds in those cultural structures singled out by he graduated from barber way he had of combing down because of the Shorty's shop tonight and

days as they are now, and bowed to the the U. S. Department of Interior as college in the city.Men's .' the cowlicks and making them sweet smell of lilac meet the old gang that ,was
first their of for the stay put after dampening hanging around there until
rule of"first things spending worthy preservation enjoy-
tax monies on roads, and bridges, and ment of present and future generations. full circle hair since styles that have tlme-n run ,them high with heaven a tonic that seemed smelledto to the art of conversation, long alter 70 midnight years"ago.:'e\' rySaturdar"

the many other pressing needs that con- starting with the Gay 90's"when place you on the pedestal of I never knew an old- I don't get (there
,1 I
stantly confront small counties. At any Although no solicitation of funds has beards, mustaches',)"U, manhood." barber who wasn't,: an by 5 p,m. Saturday, you just ,
rate the clocks were never installed, sideburns and long hair were have to go shaggy till Monday'.,
made believe there are II"
been the G.
yet we high fashion-on to :
and the four round openings were ''. :! morning.
throughout Bradford haircuts of World War I and II' '
boarded up, and have been presentingblank many County persons who will take pride in the court-. followed by flat-tops and County : '
"A lot of the old have
crewcuts-and back to theq gang
faces to the public for the past 73 now t ,
like to have like"I
and a ,
house project long-hair and mustache looker lotI"I bY long since passed out of the
years. this and other but back in the hometown
share in helping to finance brought back by the Beatles t S Notebook picture
they left their indelible
What better observance of the Bicen- phases of the restoration work. several years ago. marks as citizens, largely by

tennial could there be than to purchaseand Of course, the bald-headednc I the attention they demanded,:

install these clocks, along with the When the time comes that. man complained in those days I will\ be an increase in the services they rendered to
other restoration work on the building solicitations are being made, we sin-' of the charge made for) I hope that you noticed, that in cucumbers the community, and the tall
this column last week
was tales told around the old
so that their illuminated faces would cerely hope and confidently believe that cents trimming, the his standard hair (usually for.251\ about 4H. It was written by pepper, beans and ,barber they shop stove
present an inspiring picture as well as interested citizens of the county and its many years) but it was explained Lowell Parrish, our 4-H .
the correct time to home folks as wellas who take pride in 'our' 'Coordinator who Is really
municipalities, by the patient barber was reported that a buyer "You may not agree, but in '
travelers approaching Starke from historical background and heritage, will then, as it is now, that "It" H getting work our throughout folks involved the in 4- be of these vegetables will my opinion society lost a

the four points-oC.the compass.! .. gjye generously toward this cause. takes just as much time to county operating on the market valua)el institution when the aoldti
(! The column indicationof
rt Ii.1)0"; .(". ., :., 0 it.hunt" for hair as It does to cute; some of the was many an activities I same April buyer 15th.that+iThi ap-'is' into obll3ibnAt--least' ppsscB rt fS'lCtlr1eb o H

that are underway now that : t ) 'dia': "gooa" Job' fort'J pleas nC" diversion to'1'recaII' ..."
My newspaper friend ex- will bring about a lot more there last year. You the days before safety razors
plained the emotions of a boy; good publicity in the next few call me or the market if went on the market, and the''
I in knee pants, going for his'1 months. be want more information Saturday Evening'; Post

GOP Unemployment RateIf first haircut, thusly: "After"L Last week was a good and marketing plans this featured a six-inch bal'ber'ssteel

,busy week for me and a good in the Brooker area. razor for only $: .95':

';: r number Agriculture.of In our addition folks in to
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you don't think unemployment has Unemployment rates 4Q aGla ',. many office calls and farm
hit Bradford County go some Thursdayto Eisenhower Prosperity Recession, visits, we had some good

the unemployment compensationoffice 1953-1954 period 25 60 CiPQaO) '' attendance meetings. at some good YOU CAN HAVE RETIREMENT
in the Civil Defense building and 19571958 40 75

see for yourself.The 1960-1961, 50 70 Our meeting for''home' INSURANCE ON YOUR OWN.
Nixon Ford \\IIIUmS.IIaas gardeners I' and small

case load of persons applying for l 19691971 period' 35 60 Veterans Service Of fleer ,il I vegetable growers Monday
19731975 45 80-100 ? Nand night was attended by over 20 *
unemployment compensation has in- 1976- 55607 This is Americanism month folks 'who 'were filled with tv
creased from 20 to 30 persons per visit, the American Legion Post questions about soils, fertilizer If you're not an active participant ;{ trr
to from 200 to 300 on the Thursdays that The Eisenhower recessions brought 56 of Starke is active in this varieties and insects In any retirement plan you're ,i
the staff from Jacksonville hereto program.A 1 and diseases attacking
comes eligible for our Individual Retirement -
take applications. From only few unemployment rates as high as 6.0 and vegetables. The response to Annuity. for life
a Americanism pays upon
7.5 per cent. Political observers and strong .f. this meeting is causing me totplan retirement.You ; irr
cars parked around the building should emphasize
a year program : i
several in this
economists to of more area
expected see a repeat
ago, the scene at present, with cars the significance of thew Some of the meetings will be get r+
overflowing the available parking area, this unemployment experience duringthe Americanism tradition, and for home-gardeners and some (DA) guaranteed lifetime Income. '
makes it look almost as if the annual current Republican Power period, should instill a sense of per, will be for commercial (2) Premiums that increase or
and the their fears sonal obligation to accept an decrease as your financial
judging by figures, vegetable I will
Bradford County Fair was in full swing. active part in the duties and, growers. situation changes.
are being realized. announce the time and datesin t
responsibilities of American this paper and will send ((3)) A growing cash/ value that you
The sad part of the situation is that, citizenship. It should provide letters to those who are far can withdraw In an emergency -
In the period of 1973 the unemployment and en- ,
regardless of what President recovery opportunity mers. subject to taxes. (But ,
rate stopped receding at a couragement for each In- penalties are Imposed by law
Ford and
Congress will in
produce dividual to develop to his Another important meetingthat upon most withdrawals before
higher level, 4.5 per cent, a point higher
the next few weeks and months, the fullest capacity the In- Arthur Gaskins, and 1 age 59112.1) P
course of the recession now in progressis than in the 1969 prosperity year, thus tellectual, moral physicaland attended last week was the ((4)) A death benefit that goes to 1 a

generally expected to produce a still repeating the underlying upward trendof economic qualifications AGUA Conference held at the your beneficiary

: higher rate of unemployment than the Eisenhower years. necessary for happy useful. University of Florida. This And _
in tree
Jiving a country.If concernedwith
7.1 per cent reported for December. conference was ((5)) Premium deposits may be
f for all
This trend of higher, unemployment we are going to have a projections commodities in made In the manner most

According to the latest prediction by rates during Republican administrationscarries program of real Florida agricultural are based on a convenient for you ilL
for the out- Americanism, we will have to ('I) We do the Investing and
Alan special significance balance between needed
Greenspan, chairman of the Council assume
the risk
of for
the you with
of the 1976 election, regardless of accept responsibility Growth in
come Agricultural an.
of Economic Advisers the nation is regards to the )
working at it, if we would lead, guaranteed
who the major party candidates may be. Urban Age of Florida;, benefits.Call _
headed for an unemployment rate of 8.0 we must lead by example.The

per cent before the year is out- stiffer Highlights of the conferencewere us about the Individual Retirement .
rate than that experienced during Even if the expected 8.0 to 10 per cent principle of true talks by Governor .' Annuity. It covers almost,
vious recessions. Some observers pre- peak unemployment rate were to comeas Americanism exemplifies the Reubin Askew; Senator anybody for life. r
pre- early as midsummer and then recede, traditions of our country Richard Stone, prominent
dict 10 per cent, raising a serious question traditions that have helped farmers and businessmen, .
a fairly high rate would still prevail a Contact one of our Starke agents.
mark over the future of the Repub-. America become a great and specialists from the In- r
lican Party in 1976 elections. year later, at 1976 campaign time, since nation The basic principle of stitute of Food and J for more details:

''i according to postwar experience it takesa Americanism is the Agricultural Sciences at the David Hodges 964-8494
year or two to bring the unemployment recognition of the truth that University of Florida. All
In this regard, Louis H. Bean, political the inherent and fundamental speakers admitted that Bill KeltonDoug 964-6468
rate down by much two
as as per-
economist and statistician points to rights of man are derived agriculture is our state's (and
similarity between >the unemployment centage points from God, and not from our county's) largest and Nichols 964.8158

records of the two Republican periodsthe -- governments, societies most stable growth industrythat
t Eisenhower of Mr. Bean observes that, even if the dictators kings or majorities. generate more new Vem Parmenter 468-1521
years 1953-60' and unemployment rate declined to 6.0 or 5.5 Under God this nation has dollars and jobs for our,
t the Nixon-Ford years since 69. nothing to 'fear, except an than other In- P.O. Box 1024 r
economy any
1976 and election time it
I by campaign undermining of our resolutionto Starke, FIa.32091
.., Concerning the Kennedy-Johnson would hardly be'a favorable talking resist We have proven that ,dustry. 1
point for Republican candidates, presi- we -can be firm, and when This importance of LIBERTY NATIONAL
: Mr. Bean notes that Kennedy LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY'
M years occasion demands united as a
dential We to should, and must
or congressional. seem rem Agriculture
inherited a fairly high rate of unemploy- '
d people. of 2-13212-20
member that former President, Nixon be considered during an era
't' ment 7.1 per cent, but this was reduced growth in population In our
blamed the 6.0
by the Democratic administration to 3.2 per cent unemploymentrate Letters are sent by the area, state, and county
in late 1960 for his defeat at the Veterans Administration to
of an increasing
per cent by the time Mr. Nixon succeeded because
hands of each man and woman as they
Kennedy. demand for food not only. for*,
Johnson in 1969.
k' leave military service urging i i our own needs, but to help us l %ARa,4
them to take advantage of and survive ,in the Co*.
More and Americans begin- ,..bargain
As compiled by Mr. Bean, here is what more are veterans' benefits. A second world community.. : Tr.Aaru .
:. the unemployment rates were like at the ning to realize what some of us have letter is sent six months after !' mliii
1 I. and recession always known-- that the nation's the person's separation date.. We will be talking planning I .
prosperity points during ,
workers fare better during Democratic moved or changed and initiating programs in our r .
the two Republican periods and current 'address since discharge, you ,'area In the next several 01eye u

: -(. l projections.!>> administrations than theydo in Republican may not get these letters. For "I'month that should help make BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER
years. information contact the 11]Bradford County Agriculture "
j, Publishers
Bradford County Veterans oj strong and viable so we can d .
'V I meet some of these Published each Thursday and entered asecond Class Miner at the Post Office at Stark, Fla,
... Service Office in the Bradford our part tq I under Act
% .. -
,. Z :. of March 3 1879.
z 'r uIIJIIItuIl I County Courthouse.The officeis .. ,Ti ,. w rYr i

-nu.t.. .Inll their hd' People 'In remote European village have been .. open all day Mondays and <,". .Other,' meetingi last. '.' week .' "% Subscription" raw in trade area:' *6 per year:; *3.SO six month. ';to' ,
with their pillow under their feet instead of their head., >. the feet did more work.. on Wednesdays until noon. and I # Outsid trade area: $7 per year: *4,00 six month. :', : ;;
involving people r ,
Phone number.9644ea4., tC--4i'". Plane 964-6308 .', -I .IIe, Fld, .'.

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IN THE CIRCUIT' COURT Complaint on the Plaintiff's TV SERVICE", 105< E.
FLORIDA IN AND FOR 114 N. Walnut Street, P. O. Box County, Florida,
BRADFORD COUNTY 996 Starke, Florida, 32091 and register said fictitious : AGENCY
file the original answer or plead- under the provisions. of REAL FARM FRESH EGGSTry I
CIVIL ACTION ing In the office of the Clerk of statute. 1"
the Orcult Court In and for sole Our Frnh Tilting seer Sight
CASE No.75-7 R. G. Hunsmger FAULKNER BY Tae
Bradford County, Florida on or this 6th From
Dated .
: CASB OR PLAT MARIE L BAUGESS Plaintiff, before March 3, 1975. February A. D. 1975 at Flit. And Up..AOD.O..IITILllall. .I
Real Property at Issue Is as acre.
\/II. HAZEL PHIFER, Defendant. Florida : I < 2 bath horse .
follows:: 2/6 4tp 2/27
NOTICE OF SUIT- The West 462 feet of the East : I: I On Highway 315 j
868 feet of the South One-Half
PROPERTY (SJ4)) of the Southwest One- IN THE CIRCUIT .H'z Mi. N. of \

To:Cart E.BaugeaeAddress Quarter (SW%) of the Southeast FLORIDA EIGHTH InterlachenTWIN '-i
One-Quarter (SEV4)) of CIRCUIT. IN AND \

that en action to the following Range 22 East IN PROBATE Broker
property In Bradford County If you fail to do so, judgment CASE NO. ", Ave.
Florida: by default will be taken against "
you for relief demanded in the IN RE: The Estate :
PEPPER M. LEWIS. J Real Estate

on PARCEL North aided 1: One SE acre% of square NWV Complaint.WITNESS my hand end seal ( | AT REDUCED RATES ,
OF ,
of an adjoining| ) road lying In this 21st day of January 1975. NOTICE Call Anytime [ AUTO, FIRE BOAT

Section 26, Township 7 South,
22 East SAVE AND
Range ,
Beulah Moody
Commence at the Intersection of : ;t
Clerk You are hereby :
the North boundary of SEM of Deputy
1/30 4t 2/20 written instrument REALTOR I
NWK of Section 28. Township be the Last Will and _
7 South Range 22 East, Bradford of said decedent CHALLENGE: ,.
County. Florida, and the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT' OF '
admitted to probate
roof ,finish to Davidson
Easterly right{ of way line of THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- Court. You are up tree-shaded

State Road No. 100 and run CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR manded within four ((4)) !: : : beach on large Mobile Home Park
thence South 18 degrees, 35 BRADFORD COUNTY. months from the date of ; )

minutes, 30 seconds East, along CASE NO. 75-24 publication of this In City Limits .
said right of way line 210 feet, In this Court 2 bedrooms, 2
thence North 89 degrees, 16 'IN RE: The Marriage of cause if any you can, : lake access $30 Per Mo. '
minutes,seconds East 77 feet CATHERINE A: HALDEMAN, action of this Court in

to the point of beginning:thence Petitioner and PAUL V. HAL- said Will to probate in Starke,.ad Walk To New'
continue North >89 degrees, 16 DEMAN. Respondent. stand unrevoked. $9500. Center
minute*,' 30 seconds East 133 Shopping
feet thence North 18 degrees. NOTICE OF SUIT Wayne in Brad City Gas, Water 1 Sewer
minutes, 30 seconds West 38 Lots in

feet thence South 72 degrees, To: PAUL V. HALDEMAN 1/30 4t 2/20 ,. lake On 301 South
21 minutes, 12 seconds West! ,1030 Chew Street down can
12662 feet to the point ofbegimlng. Allentown Pa. 18102 home 3 BR Jolu Motel
NOTICE OF distance to
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Notice is hereby I 964-8810

PARCEL 2: Commence at the an action for dissolution of Ddph E. Reddish as r
intersection of the North marriage has been filed against Bradford County : .'

boundary of SE% of NWK of you and you are required to and by virtue of Writ :
.Section 26, Township 7 South 'serve a copy of your written tion to-wit: : Land, good
Range 22 East Bradford defenses, if any to it on Execution Issued to Starke. $890
County Florida,and the Easterly RICHARD E. WELTY 114 N. County Court of' W.til Drilling
right of way One of State Road Walnut Street, P. O. Box 995 County Florida :
No. 100 and run thence South Starke, Florida 32091, and file Final Judgement for I,, ( ) ; ; ft. Hiway Front
18 degrees 35 minutes 30 the original with the Oerk of the Finance Corp. of : 20 acres 2" thru 6"

seconds East along said right Dfway above-styled Court on or before Florida, and against to Starke Fast Rotary,
Nil 210 feet to the point of March 3, 1975, otherwise a and Cordelia Hall, :
beginning, thence continue Judgment may be entered the amount of $ Drilling EquipmentState
South 18 degrees 35 minutes against you for the relief with costs of Out of City
seconds East along said right demanded In the Petition. Have seized and : Licensed

of way line 22 feet thence '. WITNESS my hand end the possession the '
North 72 degrees 21 minutes seal of said Court on the 22nd described personal I : I Pump I
12 seconds East. 73.30 feet; day of January 1975.GILBERTS.. wit: \ 6464
thane South 89 degrees 16 1969 Dodge 9646610 '
minutes 30 seconds Wssi 77 BROWN Tag : : New & UsedSalesPartsService

feat to the point of beginning. AS CLERK OF SAID COURTBy I.D.
: Beulah M. Moody Title 325G694 BRYAN

PARCELS: CoI..ielicellt the Deputy Clerk As the property of ,' E-Z TermsPlumbing
intersection of the North 1/30 4t 2/20 named defendant ; a ;

boundary of SE% of NWJ4\ of Monday the 17th day { p1
Section 26 Township 7 South, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 1975! at twelve o'clock : I ,
Rang 22 East Bradford EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT said. day on the premI > \ : "
County.Florida and the Easterly'' BRADFORD COUNTY Bradford County Jail I ; Co.
right of way line of State Road FLORIDA. for sale and sell to { i New,Installation .,

No.)JOO and run thence North 89deyieea Ale No. 74-344-CP (1-2250)( ) .. bidder for cash in ; 1 ,...Rehlo&e'lMff"0''/ *I..;
1C minute*.30 seconds: J ,:', above described anteed
East along/ said North boun- IN RE: ESTATE OF GLADYS M. defendant to satisfy Roofing Repairs
dary. 210 feet to the point of AYER, deceased. said. Execution. 'JTE'd: ;
beginning; thence continue ,, 1 1Durrance

North 89 degrees, 16 minutes NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo Dolph E. Reddish. I f

30 seconds East along said all creditors and.all persona Bradford County, FLORIDA t
North boundary. 12 feet thence having claims or demands 2/20 4t 313IN ud ;

South 14 degrees 47 minutes against this estate: Pump & Supply ,
Eat 175.70 feet; thence North You are notified end required
18 degrees.,, 35 minutes, 30 by Section 733.15 Florida Statute THE CIRCUIT I tfchg Company
seconds Eau 172 feet to the, to file any claims end EIGHTH JUDICIAL
point beginning demands which you may have '
BRADFORD 864 N.. Temple Ave.
against the estate! of GLADYS $
.ha* been filed against you end M. AYER. deceased In the Circuit ; Starke i
you are required to serve a copy Court In and for Bradford CIVIL :
of your written defenses If any County. County Courthouse Case : DAVIS 964-7061 i

to It. on the plaintiffs attorney Starke, Florida, within four .
whose name end address la months from the date of the first JAMES A. JONES. PONTIAC i
Hon. George H. Pierce P. O. publication\ of this notice. MATTIE JO JONES : RIDE CAN

Drawer 1030 Starke. Florida, Each dalm or demand must !; A LOT" iF Log Champ
and file the original/ with the be In writing and must state the V
,dark of the above styled court place of residence and postoffice NO 1 Home and
on or before March 10 1975; address of the claimant ( )
otherwise a Judgment may be end must be sworn to by the To: MATTIE JOE Building Materials]
1717% N. 8th
entered against you for the relief claimant his agent or his litUJrney. Ark WE BUILD
Ft. Smith. Sports
demanded In the complaint or .
petition. Each creditor shall deliver : ( ) FOR "YOUR PLANS OR OURS
WITNESS my hand and the sufficient copies' of Na claim toenable YOU ARE HEREBY :/ MONEY TF
for OU.RS'
as*)of said Court on February 4, the Clerk to mail one to that an action
1975. each personal I representativa. Marriage has been '- 964-5791 FREE ESTIMATES
and are
Dated Jan. 30 1975. you you :

A*dork of said Court lM." .Ayer def_.' if any to ) ( SERVICE ADDITIONS
Beulah M.Moody Last Wit plaintiff's attorney,
By: As Executor of the HOMES BOUGHT SOLD'
and address is George
A*Deputy Clerk and Testament of Gladys M. FIBERGLASS
P. O. Drawer TRADED
2/134t 318NOTICE :
Ayer Florida and file the
the clerk of the FIBER- '[ ACREAGE FOR SALE
OF INTENTIONTO 2/6 4t 2/27 ;
court on or before ::: BOATS 964-6853
1975 otherwise\ a
FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL relief demanded in the r 00 4r&x0v&;

Pursuant to Section 886.09 CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BRAD- or petition. THE RESCUE
Florida Statute node I Ie hereby FORD COUNTY,. WITNESS my I
lIMn that thai undersigned CASE NO. seal' of said Court / Thomas

C ala T. Terwil/eg8r./ 1825 E. 12. 1915.. A Lay-Off? Save
Call St.. Starke, Bradford IN RE: The Estate of CULPEP-. By Selling Our Oil Company
County.. Florida 32091. doing PER M. LEWIS Deceased Call Lorna
busier. under tha firm name As Dark of or write P. O. I
of "TERWILLEGAR REALTY'. NOTICE TO CREDITORS By: ,Beulah City Ra. 32066. 603 S. Walnut
208 West Madison/ Street All creditor of the- estate of Aa I 964.6246Immediate
Stark. Bradford County. CULPEPPER M. LEWIS. 2/2041 3/13
Florida 32091. Intends to register/ deceased are hereby notified I :
said fictitious\ name under the and required to fie any claims or ; Call ForKerosene
provMom/ of aforesaid statute.CscalU demands which: they may 'have TOO LATE TO
"T. TsrwHtogsr. sole against said estate In the office : a fulltimr/ appll-

own r. .,., of the dfcuit Judge'of Bradford for all. your
Dated thi*' 23rd day ofJanuary. County. Florida in the courthouse -, |
A. D.',1973 at Stark\ .' at Stark\ Florida within
1 Florid '. d four ((4)) calendar months from FOR SALE: 1966

1/232/12 the date of the first publication Air '-52" & Fuel
,of this nodce. Each claim: or steering' Power : ;
QRCUIT COURT OF 'demand must be hi writing end In excellent :
CIRCUIT must state the place of .residence Phone 63 -2063.. 1t
OF FLOROAIN AND FOR and puetoftfc irldrsss of the *.* .. ( ) Oil
COUNTY. claimant: and must be sworn to FOR SALE All '
CASE NO.76.26N1LjUNE' by the claimant:/ Na agent or his making/ tap*. "" '.
attorney or It win become void lIIop
\ lLE
aucoruInQ to law.January .
I Loll Plaintiff v*. -.
DAISY ANN ALEXAN- sale and rent / of Used Cars
end '
r DEft., his wife Defender: '.Executrix MABEL the L.Estate LEWIS of Office Shop. Trades 37M-KMI DeliveryBltatlttflat


I To Chart Hanrv .AlexandsrI 1/30 4tchg 220NOTICE FILL. .r

rend I fto. MOSIU. [ HOM.'SALQ' ;
,; Daley Am:Atoxandar, his OF INTENTION AIR
.,..' TO REGISTER j I W. FM. M+MOl J t,., = .r
'ai9 East Humbi Av*. FICTITIOUS NAME WHEN ft +fJ .
w,, Lan..f .-..Tar 78801T '"4 / / ) "" c ..a. 1,1,
\ "" '\. -
,, "
: ( ) :Pursuant tt Sc*>it'B4lFlorid .. ". ; 'LOT RENTAL; f 1 ONE HALF' YEAR" uJk,- '- I\' .tr
.r."trAINfI.NCmfIB .
notice .ta i'J'lut ,
: Statute I -
hfevedeauaabeat given that the urvdsraigned SI :
; y; .If; i '
Arttata of Agreement 1 *,. 0. Hunelnger106E. / .YOUR MOB HOME..FRe".. OI.IN', '
the abcwnrnad : ,,: :; ,.. '.0 ,. 0(.
.' ;flacl aoatM you In I '
Msdtaon Street Stab,. TAR ; ''' '' [ ", ; ; .a 1i
Court and you are ...... 4, iT, r j jI .. ... . !,
dtofavaaa"v of yaw ,Florida 32091. doing \ ,. ._ .t. '" .' JJ"-. .---:---- -- ,' ,<,' ...I". ''''.'' ._, .f yn" :(
lptlf. ... f "
aa e..1 J r" .,
tA."AISM aiem )p .
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under th :'' I
firm name 6 .
: .tiI
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p. "".
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Page 12 TELEGRAPH February 20,1975

". 1fJo.... 11 11'-' '" "" -LAWTEY ". .... 'U> ,

CHURCH ACTIVITIES to Vidalia and brought their\ St. Vincents to see Carl By Elizabeth Terry time
some at the
David Eunice, of the Uni- noon with their parents; Mr. they spent
Les McClellanand
Church of God: Sunday mother, Mrs. Carter, both of Jacksonville, Jacksonville Zoo. ,
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- sister, Mrs. Margie on Friday. Rev. Charlie Redding of daughter, Mrs. Gladys versity of Florida, Gaines- and Mrs. Harold Eunice.
vices, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. YPE Reddish home. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mc- Raiford. came Saturday to be Morris, of'Dunnellon, were ville, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Normanof visited Mr. and their Mrs.sister-in-law Hermie Kelly
Wednesday, 7:30: p.m. Ronnie McClellan and sons Clellan and son, of Starke, with Les McClellan until Mrs. Saturday overnight Faith Baptist Church: came back to Vidalia to his came Thursday to be with McClellan and Mrs. Reddish her brother-in-law and sister, Eunice weekend with their parents, -
Radio Program over WPXE doctor for further treatment their father, Les McClellan, arrived from Vidalia, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Rosier. Mr. and Mrs. Barry Watts Mr. and Mrs. Leonard. Nor and Henson her daughter of Terra Mrs.
Starke 8 a.m. Sunday. Bible there. The family would appreciate until Saturday while their Mr. and Mrs. II. H. Brice Mrs. Jim Karakes and son, celebrated their 22nd Wedding man. Carolyn Haute, Ind., who is
School 10 a.m. Worship Services the prayers of friends! mother and sister were with attended services with Mr. James, of Jacksonville, were Anniversary on Valentine's .Robert Lee returned Sunday visitingher .
11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. and relatives for him. her son and daughter-in-law, and Mrs Cecil -Crawford at Sunday dinner guests of Mr. Day.Mr. from Methodist Hospital, on Sunday.
Lissie Jacksonville
Prayer Meeting Wednesday, Terri Massey had dental Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Mc- the Nursing Home in Mac and Mrs. Barry Watts and and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs Jacksonville, and will be recuperating Mrs. Starling of -
her mouth Wednesday While there Barry Lee. visited their brother, Clarence at home. for.,several spent days!
7:30: p.m. Bible Study. surgery on Clellan in Durham, N.C. until clenny on Sunday. with her daughter, Mrs. Elsie
Grace United Methodist: at the clinic in Jack Friday night. they spent a short while with Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wilki- Dobbs, of Sanderson on weeks.
Sunday School 9:45: Worship sonville. We are glad to report Mrs. Sellie Thompson and Miss Enza Blanchard. son and their mother, Mrs. B. Sunday afternoon. He Wayne Gustafson of Green Norman.
Services 11 a.m. and 6:30: p.m. that she is recovering rapidly, Mrs. Selma Eunice were Lonzo and Jim Elliott of L. Wilkison, Sr., went to see returned Home from St. Vin- Cove Springs, and Miss Frank Taylor of Lexington
United Methodist Fellowship Mr. and Mrs Hermie Kelly Friday afternoon guests of her Plant City, stopped by for a her son and daughter-in-law, cent's Hospital, Jacksonville, Sandra Dobbs, were Sunday Ind. is spending some lime
'6:30: p.m. Choir Practice 7:30 visited Robert Lee in Methodist brother and sister-in-law, Mr. short visit with Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Wilkison, on Saturday. dinner guests of her uncle and with his son-in-law and daughter.
Wednesday. Hospital and also went to and Mrs. Carl Prevatt. Carl Prevatt on Thursday.. Jr., and family in Jacksonvilleon Mr. and Mrs. Sammy aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Milo Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lock.
Second Sunday in Lent. Mrs. Sophie Starling and Sunday afternoon Eunice spent Sunday after- Smith.: During the afternoon und !family!
Sermon topic mil\ be

Sunday Highland School Baptist tU Church iI.nt.Worshi'p :. W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE BEEF CHUCK POT SAVE filth

Services II ..m. and
6 p.m. Prayer M *ung Wed
nesdd '. 7 p.m.Nirthside .
Baptist Church:
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Worship Services. II a.m. and ILL
7 p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday


Mrs. !Mary Quillen and
daughter Peggie, of Jacksonville .
were Monday guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Ben MeCulloy. LbL)1
Friends of Carl Carter ,.
regret to learn that he is a
surgical patient in St. Vin B
cent's Hospital, Jacksonville.We aa1e 61
are glad to report that he yF
is doing nicely.W. Quantity Nlh": ,ao 1. .
S. Crews, his daughter, BEEF PEOPPER
visited his mother, Mrs.
Pierce Crews, and aunt, Mrs.

morning.Friends of Fonzo Prevatt CHUCK ROAST GROUND i WDRRAifiiHOiOASyNR'AD1SAVE

regret patient to in learn Bradford that he County is a BEEF '

Hospital. .
Mrs. Elvie Reddish realizedthe '
dream of her life last
week, when one of her cows 49
gave birth to twin calves, but 2Oe I eEgg **,
sad to say both of them were IB. ta0 WHEN YOUPURCHASE
dead on arrival. ..
Mr. and Mrs. Scott Davies, Ga 59 o nxrcyra. $1
of the 1O-IB. PKO. U. S. CHOICE'Ii
Pensacola are proud Ii .,., A Jai
parents of an 8 lb., 4 oz., 20- Q SAVE !
inch son Brent Edward, bornon U, S..CHOICE LB. '
Valentine Day, Feb. 14. in $2.OO LB.
Navy Hospital, Pensacola. LB.
Maternal grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. McCulley.

of Mr.Amber and Mrs., Pa.Robert Davies, PORK CHOPSUSDA
were Sandra in a and God Mike and Country Dobbs I TUNA

Program on Tuesday night at Limit 3 tuna ol choice w/$7.50 oxcl.
or more) purchase figs.
Trinity Academy, Jacksonville i .

Brad., Harper and Miss SAVE ':" _. ." .v.\t\ ,
11 ,Mhm In*\ Planchard: visited> ._"" 1c I'l. ';J SAVE 1'' 1(1<.11
.> her sister! ; Miss Enza Blanchard -. Ii I} '''VI41c .. 'Itit.. ..J"IHI,)
of Macclenny, on 'I. I -I .S. '. ;"r! / I nut BAY 28 f I, ',, 'h1 '"
Thursday.Mr. 9 8i -- .. ,. :": _' \ '\\1-1 :"., l 4 9 TUNAFISH 3'
see land their.of and Tampa InlawsIr.Mrs. stopped Newt!\ Strick. by and to \ ; '.t. -:s. ... .. ", I 61/2-01.

LB. \ .,..,,
.. iV
Mrs.their O. J.wav Anders to Jacksonville., on Fridayon :";":;; III ,4 LB o 6V-CANS $ I CANS

Mrs. Walter Ilartinvisii d "
her brother-in-law and sister, ,.

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Mary Mr. Dinkins.and Mrs. Hermie Kelly Beef Patties 3 .a. $199 1 Strip Steaks .i, ?!t LI 'I79 Coffee . CAN. 99C Flour . 5 IB.PKO... 68C


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dad. A. E. Massey, and John .'
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Greenville.Mrs.! Margie. Reddish of the BREAD PEACHES TOMATOES
State Farm and mother, Mrs. >
Les McClellan flew to Duke Mild
University Medical Center,
Durham N.C., to be with her
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February 20, 1915 TELEGRAPH Page 13Div.

I" LAKE BUTLER '. A Jf Youth Services Criticized By Union Officials j 1

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legislative pre-session public '
hearing held at the Union cellent voter turnout in the number that did not qualify to problems arising on like to point out the difficulties financing, and with state complaints against the DYS County commissioner Paul V i
County courthouse Monday last election which exceeded for counting office being unemployment compensation the counties face when their revenues having a "shortfall"that had been made in other M. Riherd was critical of the +i
night February 17, wasanything 60 percent of the registered returned to her particularly for schoolteachers state revenue sharing funds will be in excess of $232 hearings and that a House Department of Tran- l!
but that. The public voters. "We don't need to be tied who are employed on are cut by 25 per cent in the million, it was a matter of study was in the process of spoliation's turning over la?
failed to put in an appearance "I would like to say that I down with red tape," Supt. a ten month basis by the middle of their budget year," doing the best we can with being conducted and that maintenance of the secondary 1,1,.
leaving it up to their electedofficials also appreciate the 60 percent Jimmy Cason said in school system."I he added. what we've got. revisions would be made road system to the counties, ;:
who: did turn out in turnout by Union county criticizing the state's new have no complaints and Sen. Saunders explained "When the state suffers, later. and said that sufficient funds r f,
full force to greet, meet, and voters in the last election. If ithadn't Administrative ProceduresAct no problems," Clerk Robert that the state is prohibited everybody, including the "Crime and its increase is would not be available to the
consult with the Union County been for you people I ,effective since January 1, Driggers said. "But, I wouldThinclads from engaging in deficit counties, suffers also," our biggest problem .and counties for their proper ,
Legislative delegation. would probably be sitting at under which school board'sare Saunders said. should be the cause of our maintenance under the

The five-man delegation, home in Hawthorne tonight, now required to operate. Sheriff John Whitehead greatest concern," Whiteheadsaid. present method of funding.
composed of Senators Bob instead of here with you Sen. Saunders defended the agreed with Supt. Jimmy Monday night's hearing
Saunders of Gainesville and people," Rep. Sidney Martin State's position on the APA, Place Cason on remarks previouslymade Whitehead suggested that wound up a busy day for the

Kenneth (Buddy) MacKay of said.Martin and said that county com criticizing the Divisionof the delegation look into the legislative delegation. It had .,
Ocala, were joined by edged opponent missions and eity councils had Youth Services in their matter of removing the prison held hearings beginning in ,"
Representatives Bill Andrews Marion Gilliland by a narrow been exempted from the Act's 3rd In MeetBradford operation. system from the direction of LiveOakat9a.m.at2 pm. in .
of Gainesville, George Grosseof 52 vote margin in Unioncounty's provisions because they were "It's a juvenile public the Department of Health and Jasper, 4:30: p.m. in Mac-
Marietta, and first-termer Providence and already empowered to adopt defender system," Whitehead Rehabilitative Services, and clenny, and concluded with a
Sidney Martin of Hawthorne, Worthington precincts, in the their own ordinances under High Thinclads Long jump 2nd, Lennon, .charged.The strongly endorsed such a final hearing in Lake Butler at
to get a little local input from October 1, 1974 Second other statutes, but such was placed third In a four way 19'6 feet; 4th, Mullins, 18'10 delegation said that move.. 8 p.m.
Union County on matters of Primary, to gain a victory for not the case with school meet to open the season last
legislation to be considered the 26th District house seat. boards. Tuesday in Orange Park. feet.High jump 1st, Lennon 5'7
during the 1975 term which Mrs. Archer suggested to "Handling our school attendance Baker County,took the meet feet; 2nd,Blake, 5'6; 4th, Billy Loan Closet Has Free
begins April 8. the delegation that absentee problems throughthe with 94 points followed by Ricks. J
voting by'mail could stand Division of Youth Servicesis Pole vault 2nd Kirchainr I
Sen; Bob Saunders, who Orange Park with 80 and BHS ,
chaired the night's hearing, some improvement. Instructions a joke," Cason charged in with 64. St. Augustine Deaf 9'6 feet; 4th, Aspinwall, 8'0; Hospital Equipment f
said the delegation had been in completing a making some critical remarks and Blind was last with 32 5th, Cooper, 8'0. r
criticized in an earlier mail ballot had proven to be against that agency. points. Shopt put 4th, Hildreth,
confusing to many voters, as Cason directed that some 40'4 feet. ___ ,
meeting by a lady who Listed are the events and STARKE Residents in a 'uI
evidenced by the great legislative attention be given Discus 4th, Haas, 106'10
complained the of. the Bradford runners with feet. need of hospital equipment in &
allowed to be their placing and times or recovering from an illness or
heard first and the public last. John Crews ConsideredFor distances: 120 High hurdles 1st, Bell, accident can obtain the items "
17.1 seconds 4th Mullins l6 I II
In deference to the lady'scomplaint ; free of charge from the "loan ,

,Sen. Saunders said '19.2. '' closet" of the Public Health s ..,
that he was reversing that Mile run 2nd, Paterson, Nursing Advisory Council.
Federal BHS Cagers. . 4:47.6 minutes 3rd Solze
order and called upon the JudgeshipChief : ; Mrs. M. F. Hazen, council .v4
"public" to speak out. His 5:00.1.': chairman, said that dozens of
(From Page 8)) 800 BHS 4th
Relay: 1:40:
proclamation was items available to
hospital are
nominate of the to
one men
minutes. Team Lennon
with silence. No one present Circuit Court Judge President Ford for double figures. Elva Hampton county residents in addition to I I
admitted to being a memberof John J. Crews, of Gainesville, pointment.Along ap collected 18 points, Wayne Biggs, Blake, and Sharone beds, crutches, wheelchairsand
the "public. Is one of five finalists being with Crews, those Berry 10 and Milton Baker 16.: Gainey. tables.In .
Yard Dash
440 1st
Wilford Croft, Union County considered for appointment to being considered for the For Vanguard, Tom Harris 1973, 91 patients
describedthe a vacancy in Florida's federal the Covington, 54-21 seconds. borrowed articles from the
property appraiser position are: U. S. Attorney was leading scorer with 16 330 Intermediate hurdles
difficulties of establishing judgeship. points. Leroy Hester added loan closet. The equipment is
William H. Stafford, of 12
!4th Blake, 46-5 seconds. A
property appraisals at 100 per David L. Middlebrooks Pensacola i Circuit Court and Randy Jackson another currently kept in the old v
'f ; 880 Run 2nd, Paterson
resigned from the federal ,
cent of cash value as required Judge Erwin Fleet, Fort Bradford County courthouse.Mrs. rMi f
N bench in August to return to 10.This 2079.: Hazen and Mrs. Garl ,
by statute. Croft said that he Walton Beach and was the third meetingof r
(Ei i had started using a simple private law practice. in Frederick ; Karl attorneys, of these teams. Vanguard won :"JS220 Dash 4th, Gainey, 24.2 Mathews check out the loan r ,,
'.seconds 5th, Biggs, 24.8.iTwo .
method similar to the one usedin Panama City. Tallahassee, and Rowlett the first meeting 40-35 then the ; items when requested by
Texas for weighing Names of the five finalists, Tornadoes back Mile Run 1st, Solze, residents. j I i
hogs. came for the
Panama City. They
I Catch the hog Tie him up. chosen from an initial 32 were selected Monday by the 79-49 and 76-59 wins. .11:00.7: minutes; 5th, Sanders, The council, originated in _

Suspend him from one end of applicants, now go to U.' S. new Federal Judicial Bradford: Hampton 8.2.18, 11:59.: 1964, also offers other Mrs. M. F. Hazen and Mrs. Garl Mathews Inventory '
Mile 4th BUS 'I
Senators Lawton Relay 4:02.8
the balance beam. Then pile Chiles and Nominating Commission. Wayne Berry 5-O-10, Baker 3-1- : volunteer services in con- hospital-type Items available for loan from Loan Closet.
enough rocks on the other end Richard Stone, who will 7, Ross 0-0-0, Sewell 11-3-25, ,minutes. Team Mullins, nection with the public health ;

of the beam until comes to a Hodge 3-1-7,Willie Berry 0-0-0, {\Jenkins.Johns, Carter and P. J. department, according to The loan closet got off to a The council will hold an I
balance. "Guess" the weight Green 0-0-0, Moody 0-0-0 Mrs. Arlin McKnight, public good start In 1964 because annual meeting open to the (
Searle Is Named ? Lennon was the high
of the rocks and then you Jan Aldridge 0-0-0, Bright 0-0-0. man for Bradford with point total health nurse. several items were donated by public, on March 25 at 8 p.m.In .
would "know" how much the Totals 35676. of 10 The council helps to H. K. Tyus, who owned a the agricultural building on \
hog weighed. Vanguard: Harris 7-2-16, The points.Tornadoes face first promote therapeutic servicesby small nursing home which he US-301 north of Starke at the !
4 "Appraising property in Family Leader Hubbard 0-1-1, Hester 6-0-12, home this contacting individuals in closed. Equipment has also fairgrounds. A 30-minute'
1.J Union County has now Yates 2-2-6, Spencer 3-1-7, competition Friday need of care, and making been donated by the Cancer program is scheduled to explain I
4 reached the same degree of Smith 2. -4, Dawkins 1-1-3, starting at 3:30: p.m. with the them award of nursing services Society, county and city health care services :
field and with
events 4 the
simplicity," Croft said. Bradford High Senior Jan I> Jackson 4210. Totals 25959. offered by the health government and through including the 1974 reports.
Searle has been named the running events. Eastside was department, Mrs. McKnightsays.
I With levity aside, Croft, in amore I' "theonly definite show private contributions.
serious vein, said, "If 1974-75 Crocker Family SCORE BY QUARTERS up. ..
I property values continue to Leader of Tommorrow, after !I BUS 17 12 24 23-76 '..::I
F% increase. the small property competing with other seniorsin a. OV 9 18 20 12-59
owners. and our elderly the written knowledge and .v 1 i

citizens, have certainly got to attitude examination last LEESBURG GAME > I GRAPHIC ARTS ODDITIES YI Y
have some legislative relief." December.She Sewell and Hodge con=
Sen. Saunders revealed that is now elegible for state trolling the boards, helped
II' the idea of changing the name and national honors and will Bradford to a 69-54 win
01 Tax Assessor to Property receive a specially designed against Leesburg last Friday ,
S Appraiser originated in UnionM award from General Mills. the night. Sewell was the top LJLJLjLj

County following last..year's sponsor of the program.' sewer:; v4t ,,2QJ>Qints and led f.l. .
Winners of this award >In I' -
It.i legislative public hearing. TheX If rebounds with, 15( 'j "receive
then Representative Ralph Florida a $1,500'college Sewell got support from

i Turlington, now Com3 scholarship while I Wayne Berry with 16 points
missioner of Education, liked state second place winners geta and Milton Baker with 15. 0'I I,
grant of $500. The state Sheldon Hodge hit for 10
ft the sound of the title and it's points
;Iii' winner also earns for his or during the game.
appropriateness. Saunders
credited Turlington with her school, a 20 volume .t I. This is the second time BHS II
initiating the legislation to get reference work", "The Annalsof beat Leesburg but the last

the title of Tax Assessor officially America, Britannica from Encyclopedia scholarship will be Increasedto game was closer, 54-51.. !

changed to Property Educational Corporation. 5000. Second, third and

.Appraiser.Josephine Addison, countytax and In their the spring faculty, state advisors winners will fourth receive scholarship place winners increasesto will LB BUS SCORE BY 12 QUARTERS 10 15 22-69 1L! ') 1'/ I(1it1i( ( I

collector, had no complaints be the guests General Millson $4,000, $3,000, and $2,000 10 10 12 22-54 '
and said her office was respectively.A .
'. an expense-paid Bradford: Hampton 2-0-4,
functioning satisfactorilyunder $1,000 Nutrition
educational tour which will Berry 8-0-16, Ross 1-0-2,Baker 'I
present legislation. scholarship is also available
include Washington, D. C., \
7-1-15, Moody 1-0-2, Sewell 10- '
Mrs. Lottie Lee'Archer, A again this year from General \ y':2
and Williamsburg, Virginia. I
'supervisor of elections, expressed event of the tour is the Mills. The winner is planninga 0-20, Hodge 3410. Totals 35-5- (
approval of present announcement of the Ail- college major in nutrition or
legislation and remarked Leader of a related field, ranks among Leesburg: Peoples 4-3-11, -
n ,about Union county's ex- American Family whose the highest in his or her stateon Colden 2-1-5, Hamilton 6+13, :! .-
Tommorow the overall examinationand Williams 1-0-2, Boyd 2-0-4,
scores highest on the Brown 1-0-2, Oliver 2-1-5, t1 t tI
included nutrition questions. Chatman 5212. Totals 23854.
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'I ECONOMICS AGENT Openingsformen&

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H 4 FITTING AND soap for the amount of soil on
ALTERATIONSWORKSHOP clothes and hardness of the ,
water. Package directions -

f.!, If you enjoy sewing but the offer guidelines. Graying and women for __ I. the days of the hand, press, when a
t< garments you make do not yellowing are most often -<: printer would have two dabbers almost as big

seem to fit properly this caused by soil and oils built up ;: _-: :\;; as his head, and would proudly hit them together

workshop is for you! We will on the fibers through underuse "ii in the air, like a player with cymbals, there
learn what makes a good of product. Enough detergentmust the. most : : in the not
was a
pageantry pressroom now seen.
rii fitting garment and how to be used not only to "Block Books", early form of printing, only
and oils but also to .
achieve it. remove one side of the paper of a page could be used, as
Any Interested homemaker hold them in suspension rubbing on the block to transfer an impression
is invited to attend. The work through the wash cycle.In the As result blank
extremely hard water would damage page. a pages
shop,will be held Tuesday, areas, add a water conditionerto importantparttime were pasted together back to back, resulting in 4 O ZM
M I February: 25, 10 a.m. to noon, the wash and rinse waters. thick and stiff pages. Y f
at the Agriculture Building on
Use a chlorine bleach when s ttltlA9I
301 North.
.j color and fabric type permit. i'I
i Hope to see you Excessively dirty or grimy I

PREVENTION AND CURES clothes should be presoaked or

FOR DINGY WASHLOADS prewashed using detergent,
Graying and yellowing of soap or presoaking product. .job ip
fibers such
j fabrics are the most common Certain as polyester -
and the have a tendency to
laundering problems
d yellow. Polyester itself has a
$ ones about which consumers for oils which
natural affinity America.
have misconceptions. .
-A, more cause yellowing. To restore
Is caused
whiteness, try a packaged
{f when an insufficient amount
home dye remover.
used Disgusted
li of washing product is Then, wash polyesters fre by the standard of printing; in
I r
and theft : ;
i over period of time ; 1-;; ; ; ;
soil settles.a back on clothes. quently. Pretreat stains and I understand thai(he Army National Guard has a part-time jo tf'c/' the early 19th century, William Morris founded
Yellowing Is most often a soil lines on collars and cuffs I for me.With plenty of benefits/ too. Like I can earn at least$44 for I I II II the Kelmscott Press in England in 1891, and for six:
of oils. There by dampening the area and I I weekend a month to start in the Guard.And f f.OLOSU ITUS: done by hand labor on handmade
4 build-up body engravers or coiners were years printing was
rubbing in a liquid detergent I'll get paid to learn a trade.The chance to
1\ are many factors that could or paste of detergent and I lead.tohelpthedommunity.toshowI I II I the earliest engravers of printing types, and although paper made in Germany from German hand-

cause graying and yellowing..techniques water. Yellowing of spandex, that I can be a responsible person. .. ,are [E masters of these arts, they were carefully woven linen of uniform quality.
I Check
the following I
to the problem. an inherent quality, cannot be Important? to me.So is serving my country as I chosen to perform the delicate exacting work.
oJSort prevent properly whites reversed, but home dyeing to I civilian-soldier.Send me more details.Telephone I II
cover it up may be a solution.
should only be washed small with (Do not use chlorine bleach on I I II
*.whites. Mix large and spandex Items.) I Nam.

items Do not In overload a washload.the washer- some Brown or yellow discolorations I I II In The Past 97 Years We Have Utilized Many O/ ,The Above, Processes,,
freely in may be caused by Ironor I Age Sex I II II
articles should move
the tub. supply.manganese To remove in the water such I Add< neat I IL It Today We Use The Most Modem Computerized Photo Type'Setting Equipment Available

Check water temperature.It stains, use a commercial rust
Is recommended that water -
remover intended for use on Siaie J
Zip' '
i heaters s be set at 160 degreesf. fabrics, according to package c.: ....; _ ___ ,. .. ,. i
the. to washer allow to hot be water In the 130. ISO directions.laundering.Follow For by a subsequent thorough -- BiJIDITIIJBID( ( : ( : .(BVW'i1I5B( : /,

setting 1 t
The hot '
9'degree .
range. white launderings, use a non-; SSG John>Wayne Mersey I
.to desirable for washing water condl* '

clothes Use enough: detergent or pension precipitating Uoner to: hold the. iron In sue National' ''Guard Armory" .>-' ; .., 135 W. Call St. Starke 964-6305 ,.>,, .; I .;, l ."ai't\'' i

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Page 14 TELEGRAPH February 20.1975

I 10 BMS Students Earn Straight-A's 2 Members Drowning- Victim Recovered ''

-- l Named ToUGH STARKE Wind and rough the Bradford County Sheriff's looked !to see what progress 4

STARKE Just 10 of 998 I water were contributing factors Department, Darrell Baum- Sulman was making to shore,

Students in grades 6, 7, and 8 I UnitLAKE In a weekend drowning on stein, Sulman's companion, he had disappeared.The .
of Bradford Middle School -- big Lake Santa Fe, around stated when the canoe cap- men were approximately -

earned straight A's for the BUTLER The five 1:50: p.m. Sunday, when a sized they made an effort to 200 yards from
the shoreline when the incident
capsized two right it but after failing' for a
third six-weeks grading member board of trustees for canoe tossing
period which ended last Jan. the Union General Hospitalwas Gainesville men into the cold time, Sulman stated he was occurred lUiumstein
was able to pin point (the up- 4 ,
water cold,and started swimming to
made complete Tuesday, "
21.The 10 high honor studentsare The body of Charles Harvey shore. proximate point where he hud
w'Lu February 11, when the administrative -
said he told his last seen Sulman, which aided
: 1' office of Sulman, 23 of 1415 N.W. 4th Baumstein
Susan Massey eighth H Governor Reubin Askew Street, Gainesville, was recovered companion he would stay wilh in the speedy recovery of the.

: grade, daughter 0// Mr. and announced the appointment of through a combined the canoe and try to get it body.
Sulman was the son of Dr.
Bradford .
effort of and Ala- turned over.Baumstein
Mrs. Spurgeon Massey of E. M. Hale and Mrs. Ruth
and Mrs. Sam Sulman of
chua County Sheriff's officers
Lawtey.Todd Ashline, eighth grade Poppell to the board. and volunteers around 3:50: told the officers Orlando, according to Deputy
Hale, 1 is the Lake Butler and
John ,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor :k1tt Union County agent for Farm that same afternoon. that about the second time he Dempsey.

Ashline, Starke. Bureau Insurance, and According to a report from -,
Dwayne Baldwin, eighth replaces Covington M.. Chief Deputy Robert Green of

grade son of Mr. and Mrs.Jerald Woodley on' the board. Joe Lazenby Loses ,

Baldwin, Starke. Woodley was chairman of the .
.. "0 "0 <>
.0<><> CIv'O <>'Qo
Sara Faulk, seventh grade, board of trustees at the time of
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. his death in a farm tractor
Faulk Starke. Brown, whose terms expiredin First State RoundBill .1
Joseph I- accident January 1, 1975. .
Betsy Yawn, seventh grade, .yf _;'I :?, !$J Mrs. Poppell, is employedby December.
daughter of Mrs. Lila Rae .. the Farmers and Dealers Acting Chairman J. D. Hughes of
Lazenby. The 1
Griffis of Raiford is the only Sophomore Lazenby
Yawn of Starke and Circuit bank as administrative
winner of the state '
in the first round of 148 class
Judge Theron Yawn of i assistant, and replaces W. A. hold-over member from the com- the '
r at the stale wrestlingmeet was returning state
Gainesville. Campbell on the board. previous board of trustees.A petition
champion. Coach
Patty Chesser, sixth grade, In January,J. Felton Smith, in Tampa the last weekend Sun feels that this did, not Hughes help .'
after Big
daughter of Mr. and. Mrs. former chairman of the Union re-organization of the taking matters. 1.Lazenby .
and District titlesin
Jerry Chesser, Starke. County Commissioners, and board will be held as soon as Conference
was in the
top 16
Michelle Hall, sixth grade, Doyle M. Archer, operator of official notification has been the 148 pound class.the people of the state' which is
"He only
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Archer Funeral Home were received and bonds approvedby was
something to be admired
down there and I and '
Roger Hall, Kingsley Lake. appointed to replace H, the county commissionersfor sophomore .
think he has a great future," he is the I first from this area to :
Sherra Mott, sixth grade, Buckner Lewis and Carl the new appointees. go to state in wrestling.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Studenftr earning straight A's at Bradford Middle School says ,BUS Wrestling Coach

Kenneth Mott, Kingsley Lake. for the third six-weeks grading period are (l-r/:

Joyce Thorpe, sixth grade; First row: Susan Massey, Todd Ashline, and Sara Faulk
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Second row: Patty Chesser, Dwayne Baldwin, Michelle

Robert Thorpe, Starke. Hall, and Sherra Mott.

Carol Hildreth, sixth grade, Third row: Joyce Thorpe, Carol Hildreth, Betsy Yawn.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Hildreth, Kingsley Seventh Grade: Randal Johns, Gwendolyn Kaye Kersey, Cathy Lynn James, READ IT. REAPIf

Lake. William Andrews Johnnie Keith Tammy Ruth Powell Ronald Percy Jones, Lynette .NAND

Ninety-six more BMS Ray Bell, Teri Ann Bement, Lisa Marie Reddish, James Denise Hamilton, Kathy
students earned all A's or B's Ann Mary Brooks, Tina Lea Byron Roberts Richard Griffis, Rebecca Leigh

and were placed on the Honor Chasteen, Stephen Lloyd Collins Smith, Tod .Jeffery Cooper, Charlene Mary
Roll for the third six weeks. Douglass Christie Jane Samons, Tony Levon Beam, Janice Adelle
They are, by grade: Faulkner, Timothy Joseph Robinson, Robert John Odom. Browning Connie Jeane You Shop In

Eighth grade: Stacey Gissy, Kathy Lynn Gray, Sixth Grade: Melissa Leigh Cane, John Almon Collin-

Denise Hayes, Angela Kyle Donna Lynn Honsberger, Winkler, Gregory Frank sworth, Linda Susan Howard,
Andrews, Charles Scott Leonard Ray Johnson, Teresa Mowry, George Frank Loz- Mary Anne Miller, Sherry

Roberts, Pamela Jo Rachael Knepper, John Kevin nicka, Michael Angelo Jones, Ellen Stroble, Sherry COUNTY
Stalnaker, Irene Desiree Miller, Deborah Colene Cheryl Seleta Jacobsen, Christine Tew, Terrl Lynne BRADFORD

Wainwright, Tracy Crane Overstreet, Joseph Nicholas Joseph Michael Herres, Thomas, Jana Dee Whaley

George, Linda Gail Johns, Riggs, George Warren Roller, Karen Annette Holtz, Teresa George Alderman Canova,
Marcia Irene Goodge, Catherine Ann Schoening, Lynn Powell, Barbara Marie Jr., Breyce Sonja Brantley,
Margaret Annette Crawford, Robin Helen Schweda, Norsworthy, Hilton Calder Denise Lynne Dailey, June

Michael Dale Andrews, Rose Sherree Lynn Shinn, Pamela Coleman, Suzette Therese Eileen Griffis, Sandra Jo You The
Marie Depoe, Joseph Norris Ann Underhill, Sandra Gail Rodrigue, Terry Lynette Harper, Betty Jean Kite, Pay Lowest Prices

Fennell,Vickie Maria Corbitt, Darley, Jeffrey Robert Gaskins, Cynthia Lynn Elizabeth Marlene Mc-
Charlotte Beatrice Osteen, Brooker, Paul Winston Norman, Luana Layne Williams, Donna Gail Marsh,
Cheri Vonda Wall, Robbin Carter, Jr., Retania Faye Mundorff, Vickie Lorraine Traci Elizabeth Smith.

Gay Wadsworth, Cynthia Lee Coleman, Peggy Scelesta '" ,..

Griffith, Carlos Anthony Cooper, Rhea Patrice Corbitt, Sewer
Hernandes, James Russell Nancy Rhoda Dunn Raymond SENIORCITIZENS City OfAnyOfThe6lCountiesInFlorida..1

Projects ''I'<

Faulkner.Community ,.
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The old saying is "you can'ttake DefaultedSTARKE

it with you," we don't '

have it, its already gone for Completion of

projects became the
In the 1920's elderly personsin responsibility of the,bonding GOV. JIM WILLIAMS, AFTER A STATE-WIDE PRICE INDEX SURVEY OF THE

the poor farm were company as of February 10, COST OF "AN IDENTICAL MARKET BASKET" OF, GOODS AND SERVICES

regarded they didn't as save"Sorry"for their because old and bonding company CONDUCTED IN EACH OF FLORIDA'S 67 COUNTIES, FIGURING THE AVER

GIVENS WALKER age. Many people then representatives were'" in AGE COST OF GOODS AND SERVICES AT 100 BRADFORD COUNTY WAS THE
Starke this week making
decided to save because they LOWEST. MONROE COUNTY WAS THE HIGHEST.
Brownie 352 will for the
NAACP MEETING Troop arrangements job's
didn't want to end their livesin
Bradford County Branch worship at Greater Allen farm. The dollars completion. ,
NAACP will hold its regular Chapel A. M. E. Church a poor In a special meeting
saved in all of these
meeting Friday night Feb. 29 Sunday at 11 a.m. Ms. Bulah only worth 20 cent years in value are January 23, city officials and DUVALCOUNTYJACKSONVILLE '

at 8 p.m. in Antioch Baptist Lennon and Ms. S. J. Morris, today. For most of us there'sno attorneys of the prime con- 96.40

Church, Rev. L. W. Thomas Leader and Asst. Leader. doubt about taking it with tractors, the bonding com- Apr ( )
pastor. All interested citizens Our savings have pany and city engineer's
and members are invited to CHURCH NEWS you. worked out a plan for the

attend. New Bethel Baptist Church swindled.disappeared inflationary ; project's completion in accordance -
grossly aggravated by -
Rev. Leroy Davis, pastor. costs in with a time schedulethat I
SCHOOL NEWS Weekly services will begin every provided three different I
segment of our lives. Many of
SPECIAL OLYMPICSThe with a 1 p.m. community the dates by which certain phasesof
elderly today are hungryand
students who par- cemetery meeting and all afraid. the job would be completed,
ticipated in the Olympics in interested citizens are invitedto with March 15 being allowedfor

Ocala last week were honoredat attend. At 4 p.m. Saturday final completion. The I
a Rewards Banquet Prayer Meeting and Bible "Love Is a many splendoredlhing"Mr. Nelson agreed upon date of March 15 BRADFORDSTARKE
Gilbert ,
Thursday afternoon in Class will be held.Saturday at provided an 80 day extension
Federal Grant
Bradford High Cafeteria. The 7 p.m. a business meeting will from the contract completiondate ,
for the library spoke on
tables were decorated with be held. All members are of December 11. The 80 ( )
white table cloths and multi- asked to please attend. vast subject at our St.Valentine's day extension granted the sub- COLUMBIA

colored flowers made by the Sunday services will begin meeting. Within contractor, provided a penaltyof 92 9.2 flfl 1 7
the time allotted Mr. Nelson
special Education teachers of with Church School at 9:30: us a well rounded $50 per day total $4,000 to (PALATKA) (LAKE CITY -
the Middle School, Pink cake morning service at 11 a.m. gave be deducted from the original .
and punch were the refresh- Fellowship Hour Anniversarywill dissertation on the History of $238,138 contract. .
ments, prepared by the High be held. Rev. C. C. Christianity for which St. The extension agreement 87.23
Henderson of Hawthorne will Valentine was a martyr for
School Special Ed. Class. Christendom which en- stipulated that if any of the
Students attending: Standley deliver the message. of God three deadlines were not met
the Love
Clark, Edward Aldridge, Greater Bethlehem compasses by the contractors would be
Charles Woods Steve DeSue, Freewill Baptist Church Rev. and our fellow man. Hence the sighal for the bonding ,

Curtis Aldridge,Tony French, Jasper Williams, pastor today'Valentines greetingsare company to take over the '1
Service schedules follows profusely; sent to lovers,
Harmond Underhill, Albert as : project.The b
Sweat, Oliver Marks, Henry Weekly services began relatives, friends and neigh- first date, February 5, !

Washington,Randy Crawford Monday night with Tiny tots bors world.A throughout. the Western called for the re-opening of the '' .t, .j... '_
Lonzo Thompson,Fred Baker and Ushers Board No. 2
Old Lawtey Road through ', N ,
search and find a projectis l "J .
Donnie Griffith, Charles meeting. Tuesday night Reno, which had been closed .,, '.
Senior Choir rehearsed. underway in Keystone ,, v' f'I. :
Hinderson, Elmore Williams, Hilda while the sewer pipes were f. .. .
Heights, by J '
I Dennis Lockridge, Jessie Wednesday night Prayer j' .
Neylans, Everett Frazier, Meeting, Thursday night White, chairman for com- laid.Renfroe, Wellborn Utilities ': .,
Joseph Woods, Albert Mc- Story Hour at the Church. mittee for service to the Corp. of Gainesville, sub- ALACHUA r : .//f. :

Duffie, and Cherye Williams. Friday night Junior Choir elderly information in Clay contact Co. For Hilda more contractors failed to meet the : 96 24

Trophies were won in first rehearsal. Sunday is Trustee first deadline as agreed upon, ,' ;'. (GAINESVILLE) .
White 4751467. _
place by Gary Carter, Gerald Day. Church School will begin last and city officials had no : ,.
Goodman and Kim services at 9:30. Morning Visitors to our meetingwere recourse but to advise the

Ribbons were won by Kevin service at 11 a.m. Evening Janet Krieger, secretaryof bonding attorneys of .
Senior Citizens
Cruger, Steve Mobley, Randy Worship at 6 p.m. Club Hampton Oliver Holder, Fred Welbaum, Zook, Jones and Take Advantage Of .
Crawford Thomas Franklin, Ebenezer Baptist Church, Williams, of Miami and
Ellen Hollenbecker
Terry Bramble, Ronnie Rev Leroy Davis, pastor Pearl Purdy, Colson, Helen, Orlando, of the default. '
Davis, Felecia Nichols all are Service schedule as follows: Performance bond on the

second place ribbon winners. Thursday night Prayer Stevenson.people joined Some our ranks.of these contract was issued by a These Low .Prices Everyday And Even
The following are third place Meeting and Bible Class. from California firm The Financial
Members Hampton
ribbon winners: Walter Sunday services will begin Cove Indemnity Corp.NEWS .
and Green Springs
Roosevelt with Church School at 9:45:
Thompson Risby,
Ronnie Frazier, Jessie a.m. which will terminate Senior Citizens Clubs will be .. .. 4 Lower Ones Starke Merchants' y
Norsworthy, Randy Tillmen, services for the day. our Pratt guests Street Tuesday Recreation, Feb. 25, During
Nathan Carter, Terry Plans are in the making fora at
Thomas, and Levern Mc- talent program to be given Center. Representative ABOUTSERVICEMEN
who is the Fla.
Duffie.. Friday, March 7. Everyone is on
Mr. Rick Ezell, county asked to make plans to attend. State Commission on Aging ", End Of Month -
coordinator,served as masterof has been invited to speak. .
This meeting will feature a '
ceremonies. Rewards were Ml Zion A. M. E, Chur- '

given by Supt. Jim Temple. chLawtey Fla., Rev. Richard covered assemble dish at lunch.11:30 We a.m.will J SALE V,. : ;
Bethel Church School
Principal Dewey McKinney, pastor. and : .
Mrs. L. Payne and Mrs. Cissy will be held at 10 a.m. Morning Preparations greetings
will be made. Grace will be PvU James Hammond
Santangini were present. service at 11 a.m. Afternoon
Special education teachersand service at 4 offered by First Vice Completes Armor CourseFt.
interns were present Greater Allen p.m.Chapel A. M. President, Bill Richards at .Knox,Ky.Jan.21-Army SRLE STARTS FEB. 27Don't ':
lunch will follow. .
Miss Rockwell and Mr. E.ChurchRev. R.G. Heastie, 11:55: Private James W, Hammond,
Harvey pastor. Service schedule asfollows Reports on the North Central 17, whose mother, Mrs. VelvaS.

A banner was presented : Class meeting each Fla. coalition of Senior .Griffis,and wife,Gwen, live I .
from the Women's Club; to the Tuesday night. Sunday services Citizens and the Florida State at 326 N. Cherry St., Starke
of all Senior Citizens Run Around In Circles.
coalition completed eight weeks of Shop
group. Everyone enjoyed the will begin with Church ,
Individual .
affair. On February 28 the School at 10 a.m. Morning trainingas
w County meet will be held and services will begin at 11 a.m. Theme--Our 1975 an armor reconnissance
57 will be participating in the with the youth In charge. At :3 Legislative programs. Songsii specialist at the U.S. Army '
and The Center. And Get The Most For
activity. p.m. everyone la Invited to complete bingo this meeting. Armor Center Ft. Knox, Ky; f
attend service at New Bethel f
& THINKING DAYThinking Fellowship Hour Anniversarywhich Latest news Ed Roberts 1 t
home today from Pvt. Hammond
will terminate services will come received''
Alachua General Hospital instruction in the use of Your Dollar. .
var <
Day will be observed for the day. .
r Saturday, February Rev W, H. Walker and where part of this right leg ious kinds of weapons, main
i 22, at Southslde Elementary congregation from Green was amputated. Pete Johnson tenance of armor vehicles:

School from 10-12. Thinking Cove Springs MU Zion A. M. has been admitted to Bradford map reading, communica:
Day will be observed all over E.Church will render services County Hospital. lions artillery adjustments,: Bradford CountTole: ra h''. >!,*'
the country Joe Kerrigan, Pres. and mines and demolitions..


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