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 27, 1975
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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can ,of worms for more struggle" the Bradford County 1J

Commission unanimously passed Wednesday morning its Murder

new ordinance to control the, Bradford County Hospital, Suspect ti

and sent Attorney Gene Shaw to Tallahassee with it Wed-

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Whenever the ordinance is filed in the Secretary of

State's office it automatically becomes county law, according ToBeReleasedBy

to Clerk Gib Brown. Nothing was said in Wednesday J

morning's hearing, however, about how the switch in

authority over the hospital will be implemented. ?
Questioning the county's( At that point Attorney California
authority to take'over the Pierce asked to speak on why .
hospital at the Wednesday he opposed the proposed or
hearing were former Gov. dinance. Pierce said: Sheriff Dolph Reddish said on Highway 21. between Keystone f-:
Charley E. Johns, Attorney -He was not sure of thecounty's yesterday that extradition Heights and MrlrohC.
George Pierce, former County authority in amend- arrangements have been The bodies were discoveredby
.Agent George Huggins, and ing an act of the legislature. completed and the State of a patron of the shop who .'I 1,
newly appointed Hospital -Health matters are California is ready to release arrived for an early' appointment

...-..... -- a ,- "...,..._.II"- :Trustee Billy Dampier. unrelated to the county Carl Taylor, one of several about 9:30: a.m.' Kuchvictim
Favoring the commission'snew commission's business. suspects in the murder of two had been shot more
New Bradford County Hospital Administrator Richard D. Trustee Chairman Shuford said Wednesday, after the ordinance were Joe -That the women and a teen-age girl than once with a weapon<< of at
county -
Edmondson left, and BCH Trust Chairman 6org County Commission unanimously passed Its ordinance to Kerrigan, president of the couldn't really handle commission Nov. 30, 1971, in Bradford least .25 calibre. Muss Mjrr's
Shuford seal the bargain Tuesday night after the trustees appoint the hospital trustee, that he intended to go ahead local Senior* Citizens group, the hospital Itself. County. body was nude with Ihe'excep-' .
agreed to employ Edmondson. Trustees Bill Dampier and' with signing Edmondson's contract this morning (Thursday, and Gilbert Nelson, applicantfor "If take the tion of shoes and Mrs. Tur 'f{
Mrs. Inez Green were also present Tuesday night. Feb. 27) as planned. the hospital administra you position you Reddish said that he and an ner's was nude except for a '
tor's position want authority to appoint the agent from the office of bra. Neither appeared to have ,
trustees, then the county Florida Department of been sexually molested. A '.
Commissioner Ralph
Bryan commission would just run it
Law Enforcementwill
Criminal small amount of money<< was
carried the load of thecounty's
(the hospital, you wouldn'tneed fly to California late next missing. ,
New Administrator Hired hearing. The position new administrator in the- the trustees," Pierce month and bring Taylor back Valerie, who had been an
here to stand trial first
,, Richard D.. Edmondson, said.Doctors on early, before-school visitor al
are answer to
came under discussion at the degree murder charges. the shop, was missing and her
putting patients into the
hearing, but Commission hospital, Pierce said. Taylor and his fatherinlaw body was not discovered until I
I Chairman Dave Shuford Sherman McCrary, were June 25, 1972 when her
Referring to what he termed
i termed that"a little off base indicted Bradford remains were found by
Trustees the hospital's "red ink" situation by a County
Push Ahead and asked his board to vote on Pierce said,"It looks like grand jury last fall for first children playing in a wooded!
,the issue of amending the 1951 they're operating in havoc out degree murder in the slayings area just off a graded road
'special act of the Florida there, but that's not really of Bobbie L., Turner, 38, of between Sll-16 and Laura .

STARKFy Ignoring the the brother of former BCH ad- board County' Commission's stated ministrator Bob EdmondsQCU """ ford a',public' hearing was held Xhdpital trustees;" Thatlegis-. 1 strong: -administrator"* Marr, 22,, ot<..Melrose; and*. : The baffling case was under' > .:'x.
Intention of taking over the a fact which did him no harm At that same meeting last Wednesday morning (see ,lation was drawn up by then operate, said Pierce, who was Mrs. Turner's daughter, Investigation fOr almost'-three- ..." '
Bradford County Hospital, the when the BCH board con- week, after discussing the adjoining article), WIll' em-' Acting Gov. Charley E. Johns. attorney for the hospital board Valerie Turner, 16, a studentat years resulting finally in the ,
hospital's Board of Trusteeshas sidered the applicants. commission's letter, the BCH power the county commission Some 20 persons attended for a number of years when Keystone Heights High arrest and indictment of
pushed ahead this week "His brother, each one:of board elected George Shuford, to appoint hospital board the 10 a.m. public hearing, the former Administrator Bob School. Taylor and McCrary who are
with the hiring of a new ad- you has got to admit, was an brother of county commission members. It will also enlarge majority connected with the Edmondson was there. The two older women were members of a family-type t '"
ministrator.Due expert administrator," Mrs. chairman Dave Shuford, as its the BCH board from five to hospital or county. found shot to death in a small operation allegedly responsible
to sign a contract this Inez Green emphatically told new chairman. The hospital seven members and include a "Why did the board, allow "You're opening a can of storeroom at the beauty shop for a series of similar
morning (Thursday, Feb. 271) her fellow board members. board members vowed to each doctor and a nurse.A the finances of the hospital to worms for more struggle in operated by Mrs. Nell DuncanPoverty crimes in several states. ,
at the office of Hospital Board At the same meeting last other, they said, to remain in 60 to 90 day takeover of deteriorate?" asked Kerri- running a hospital, Pierce
Attorney Richard Welty was Thursday, the BCH trustees their posts until removed by the hospital operation is said. "You should give the
veteran administrator ,blasted the County Com- the governor, who appointedthem. planned by the county com- gan."You'll have to ask one of new administrator a chance to l'
Richard D. (Dick) Edmondson. mission for its purported take- mission after the new ordinance the hospital board about see if he can run it." Agency
51, of Apopka, who over of the hospital. Official The county is seeking to becomes law. The that," answered Chairman The commission has the
emerged last Thursday Feb. word of county intentions amend the 1951 special act of takeover, which may be contested Dave Shuford. right to know what is going on '
20, as the top prospect among reached the BCH board last the Florida Legislature which by present hospital Perhaps Mr. Hodges at the hospital, several per-
some 16 applicants for the week in the form of a regis- empowers the governor to trustees, will! come soon after (Commissioner E. W.) should sons said. Dampier invited the Given New Life
BCH vacancy. Edmondson is tered letter signed by county appoint hospital trustees. The the commission's March 3 answer that question, commissioners to attend
I ime raga i, suggested Dampier, since hospital board meetings."I h

Hodges resigned from the can't find out anything

KH Sewage Plant Site ProtestedBY the BCH"This county board has commission.been when a elected long time to from there Ralph,the"Bryan.said meetings.Commissioner I've been By Federal Unit

coming. It just didn't happen Dampier said he opposedthe -
yesterday, Hodges said. ordinance for many of the President Ford's establish- For the past year long range
Commissioner George same reasons Pierce listed. ment in January of the planning has been impossible
Crystal Lake Property Owners Roberts pointed out it was not The commission could find out Community Services Ad- because future federal fun-
the purpose of the county more, then have a referendumon ministration (CSA), for which ding was uncertain said Mrs.
..... board Wednesday morning to .
the takeover if it still Congress appropriated $330 Sally Nelson CUBB Execu-
go into what had happened at the' needs tive Director. Now she added
thought hospital million for 1975, has assured ,
Some 40-50 property ownersof "At no time has the citizen Bill Beam the lake the hospital in the "It's
counclli Keystone itself. He said that he past. a taking over. "Let the people CUBB Economic Agency of the agency is free to move
Crystal Lake and vicinity, Keystone' Heights informed the board that a had heard the plant would be situation that evolved over a have that choice," Dampier life for at least three more ahead with the establishment
protesting construction of a approached this board group of concerned property located "in a ravine" on the period of years that, regard- urged the commission. Reverend John Ha of priorities, continuance of '
disposal plant on Keystone requesting a hearing on the are challenging the less of who'd been there years -
sewage owners airport property "which has a Since notice of the county'smove of the present and i ;"
Airport property, were plant as required" by our right of the city to proceedwith number of springs. flowing into would have been difficult to began to appear in local Board mon, president of Director, announcedthis agency s planning 0 frograms. I ;
told by the Bradford County zoning ordinance. the sewer project without the lake." prevent," Roberts said. and area newspapers, he had week. Proposals for additional pro-
Zoning Board Tuesday night Gaines also assured the holding another referendum. heard "a lot of barber shop The Ser- have been sub
new Community grams already
they would be given adequate group have that Keystone's plans Beam submitted a petition When questioned by The Brooker AdoptsConstruction and street talk," said vices Administration program mitted for approval, said Mrs.
notice action is will to be submitted to
board containing some 25-30 signatures Telegraph in a telephone con- Huggins, retired Bradford replaces the Office of Econo- Nelson. \
the to the State of Codes
taken Department
by approveor Control before at a recent Keystone versation after the meeting ;; County agent. "The feeling of Opportunity <( disapprove Director the project.L. M. Pollution started. workis council meeting, requesting a Keystone Mayor Raymond BROOKER The Brooker the majority of the people is had been overseer of com- Union, Baker
Gaines Zoning said that despite the Bradford County Sanitarian referendum, but was informed Starnes, a long-time advocate Town Council adopted an that the Board of County munity action agencies suchas and Bradford counties since
the petition did not of the sewer said this Commissioners should not be Under the law in have
,, plant, ordinance night CUBB. new its beginning 1965
fact the sewer plant has been Jack 'Trawick said he had Tuesday ,
been with have the required number of statement was incorrect. Site February 25, approving the as involved as it is in the funds will be distributed on included Head Start (pre-
Northeast in touch the
approved Florida Regional by Planning office of Air& Water Pollution regional signatures of registeredvoters. of the actual plant would be in Southern Standard Buildingand hospital," Huggins said. the basis of the community'spercentage school child development pro-
Control late 11:30 the area east of the roadway Plumbing Codes as the Nelson said the barbershop of poverty the gram, including medical and
as as : a.m.
!!!! Tuesday and had been The petitioners apparentlyfeel into the airport, and closer to ones to be used for any future information he had is that the number of welfare recipients, dental examinations and ,
assured that "As that the referendum held the highway than the Keifer building construction within hospital board of trustees is and the unemployment rate. followup); Neighborhood Ser- : t
i ( rter soon as they
e o.n two and a half years ago, not doing its job. "I don't and '
have the plans they will con- (See Page 7) the town limits.City's Approximately 33 per cent of vice Centers (information \
tact Plans must to them approving the project, is out of believe that administrative the CUBB community (Clay, referral service and assistance -
us. go date since costs were then ability is unheritable," said Food and
Union, Baker and Bradford ); Emergency
first but will hold
they not a estimated at only $267,000. Unlawful Nelson, referring to a state-
the Assembly Charges counties) has been identifiedas Medical Service (one-time aid
unless public hearing on "matter Since that time, total cost has ment that former BCH ad- as poor. for food or medical in emergencies -
you request risen to$1,749,000 due to inflation ministrator Bob Edmondsonwas two year struggle for ); Home Gardening ,
County Commissioner factors, and also the needto Against Martin To Be DroppedA one of the best in the survival has finally suc- (assisting low-income ;
Ralph Bryan said he was not change original plans which state. ceeded," said Reverend Hay- families to obtain seeds and
at all sure the Zoning Board or called for a lake-level line recommendation that dent, but had nothing to do Also supporting Pierce's mon. CUBB employees have fertilizer for home gardens);
Junior Woman's Bradford County Com- skirting Lake Geneva and Dec. 29 charges of unlawful with the glass breaking, according position was former Gov. received new inspiration and and Housing (assistance to .
SPAGHETTI SUPPERand missioners would have Little Lake Keystone. This assembly against Gregory to Chief Bowen. The Johns: the agency has taken a new low-income families in obtain-
authority to stop the project if concept was abandoned Glen Martin, 19, be dismissedwill three were charged with "I don't think the county has lease on life, he added. ing loans for repair and con-
FASHION SHOW DPC gave its approval. It was because of the high cost and be made by Starke Police unlawful assembly. the authority, although I'm struction).'
'suggested that a legal opinion possible delay in obtaining Chief Jimmy Bowen, the chief Hq will recommend to the not a lawyer, without a The agency is governed by aboard I
Friday, March should be obtained on who has easements across some six told the Telegraph this week. state's attorney that unlawful legislative act." Special Forces of directors consistingof I
7p.m. final authority over the miles of lakefront property. assembly charges against "When you all take on this equal representation of the
13 Adults government-owned airport Plans now are to run the lines The Telegraph, in its Jan. 2 Martin be dismissed, Bowen responsibility you'll take on a Invites Guests poor civic and private organizations '
1.SO Children land, most of which lies in along street rights-of-way. issue, stated that on Dec. 29 said Tuesday. Bowen said he headache you'll wish you and government ,{
Under 12 Bradford County, but is leased necessitating installation of four young men were arrestedfor has statements from witnesses could turn loose," warned the bodies In the four counties. .
----- to the City of Keystone some ,24 to 40 individual breaking the glass win- at the scene that former governor. Johns was For Monthly Drill "Because it allows input from I
WORLDDAYOF Heights. pumps costing $1,500 each. dows in three Call Street business Martin was present after the chairman of Gov. Reubin all segments of the .society,
PRAYER ,Since the Zoning Board has The hastily assembled establishments. glass breaking incident but Askew's former local patron. Anyone interested in taking this board structure is secondto
not been approached by protest delegation apparently The Telegraph was in error. did not say a word and did display age' committee which pert in the monthly drill of none in finding and solving
Friday, March 1 Keystone Council Acting loosely organized and withoutan Only one person was chargedwith a calm demeanor. recommended the appoint- Company A 20th Special problems confronting communities ,
1U.m.First Chairman Art Keifer' 'appointed elected spokesman, got off breaking the windows. A 'direct information has ment of several of the present Forces can contact Butch in the areas served >.',\
Christian a committee, composed to an uncertain start In pre- William Paul Hamilton was been filed in Circuit Court on hospital trustees including Redding or Mike Reddish for by the agency," said :'
Church of himself director senting its case, relying on charged with three counts of Hamilton for resisting arrest the most recent appointee, further information.The Reverend Haymon. "We must '. '
Gaines ZB ,member. Pat, somewhat vague protests, not destroying personal propertyand with violence in the glass Dampier. drill is to take place work together to keep community 't
,'. .; Farnsworth and Com' based on concrete Informationas was sentenced to 30 daysin breaking incident. A charge of Shortly thereafter in the February 22 at Camp Blan- action a reality .in (the *l-
missioner Bryan to confer to detrimental effects (if county jail, 10 days on each disorderly Intoxication hour-plus hearing. Commissioner ding. Redding can be con- four counties:' ,
iIIhe (Camtnunitij with the Keystone Council and any) of the proposed plant in count. against Hamilton has been Ralph Bryan made ,,tacted at 473-3628 and Reddish Reverend Haymon urgttt till
find out just what the plansare Crystal and other nearby Three other young men, dismissed. the motion for which Chairman -' at 964-8414 or 964-6443. "interested citizens to. attend
state Sank for the controversial lakes. Gregory Glen Martin, 19; McRae was fined $100 in Dave Shuford asked. It All Special Forces soldiers the next meeting of the board : I
.., \ plant "We don't even know ore 'Scot Whitehead led off they Richard Dale McRae, 2U and 'county court, for unlawful was' seconded by Com are volunteers. Each is a of directors which will be hold
).J:;#;&n. : ',u.fiiai: ..sswMky.d.ral..NMM. .; *what"f; part'TT of.', the-f airport? )1:diseuulolr.,stating .the' plant Travl "Kelly,..'118A, :were I assembly, Kelly has been missioner George Roberts and qualified parachutist and on Monday evening/ March Ilk.l Wut "
..c.... 'property they plan to put it," t would have a bad effect on arrested at the seen**' -Portly placed on one year's probation passed unanimously in a voice undergoes survival training in 7:30 atth v< Keifer said. land values in the area, and after the glass brenk.i.;" Inc .. ,for,unlawful assembly. vote. snow, deserts and jungles. ..Building; St."' : !
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TELEGRAPH 27, 1975 .
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I Church Of God Sweetheart J r'
: Banquet !
The Starke Churcb of God bouquet of red roses.
held its first Sweetheart r Hostesses for the occasion Ifociatcladye ide ff6e Jf !
banquet on Saturday night were Mrs Charles Schmitt, l W/
with the crowning of Lorissa t Mrs. Gary Coleman, Mrs.
Mosley as YPE sweetheart. rk. David Kirkland, Mrs. Sam Woot SocUt Cditor
Theme of the banquet was Bassett, Mrs. Joey Reese and 9647608

"Love Is What It's All About" Ann Moore. "" --- .... ,
with the traditional Valentine k.
decorations on hearts and, k.E Moore-Hamilton Jimmy Thorntons
cupids. A beautiful arch of i
read and wiabout" with the ? Scene Of Three
traditional Valentine Engagement
decorations of hearts and \\7 Announced Birthdays Feb. 22
t cupids.A beautiful arch of red
anduhitecameliasand hearts Thornton
"1 framed the special throne Rev. and Mrs. Harold Lee celebrated Cynthia her 16th birthdayand A
Moore of Warner Robins, Ga.
designed for the sweetheart, Marlon Thornton F
:' ; which was later used as the announce the engagement and celebrated his 18th birthdayon '
approaching marriage of their
t\ Saturday, Feb. 22, at the
daughter, Mary Beth to John
Hamilton home of their parents,Mr. and
Gary of Atlanta,
Janet Walters Ga., son of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Jimmy Thornton on
Brownlee Road. Included as a
Sherrod W. Hamilton of
... Presents Program Starke. surprise was Rev. Gary
... Miss Moore is a graduate +ar Wheeler,Youth Pastor of Pine
On InvolvementAlpha student (piano performance) Level Baptist Church, whose A
of Florida State University birthday was also celebratedon
Nu Chapter of Delta School of Music. that night.
Kappa Gamma met Tuesday, setting for portraits made. ,y A u Mr. Hamilton is a cum laud The carport was the scene of
Feb 18 in the Christian The program consisted of graduate of Florida State Uni- the party and it was decoratedin
< Fellowship Temple in Mac- several humorous games and IT versity, and is employed by BrownCrawfordEngagement blue and gold using the 'BuckleyGrableEngagement

denny. love songs were sung by Mrs. the First National Bank of Told teenage motif. A three tier
Shirley Jasonek, vice- Joey Reese and Williard Atlanta. birthday cake centered the Told

president, presided at the Crawford The program The wedding will be an refreshment table.Approximately .
business meeting. Mrs. concluded with a talk on "The 9Ii event of May 3 in the First Mr.and Mrs.Paul L. Brownof 50 teenagers Mr. and Mrs. Gary T.
Sharon Minchew, pianist, and Love of God" by the Rev. Baptist Church in Warner Farwell, Mich announcethe were on hand to help celebratethe Buckley of Starke announcethe
IllissCindy Oppen on the flute Gene Bass,associate pastor of Robins, Ga. engagement and approaching birthdays. Out of town engagement and
the devotional the church. of their MrS. Lorraine approaching
presented a marriage guests were: marriage of their
musical medley from the Before the 65 guests were daughter Kathy, to LarryCrawford Harenda and daughters, Terl Martha Sue, of
works of hymn writer,Fannie served a ham dinner, Lorlssa 1 1NIF4'4't'q'Dora UDCToMeetWed. of Memphis, Tenn., and Jami! of Jacksonville, daughter, to Gary Wayne
of of Mr. and Mrs. Darlene Townsend and Linda Tampa
Crosby Mosley daughter Mr. and +1i son Ray Grable, formerly of. Grand
The "Expanding Mrs. L. E. Crawford of Lake Butler. Morris of Lake
program Mosley, was March 5
., Prairie,Texas,son of Mr. and
Her Personal Involvement"was crowned and presented a I A May 3 wedding in Lake The teenagers
flayed Mrs. Raymond C., Grable of
Mrs. Janet and Butler is and several
presented by plaque a bouquet of red The W. T. Weeks chapter planned volleyball Arlington, Texas.
Walters chairman of personal roses by Willard during the ,
Crawford, games evening,
UDC, will meet Wednesday, Miss Buckley Is a 1973 graduate -
and services committee president of the and enjoyed grilled ham-
March 5 at 3 p.m. at the homeof of Bradford High School
Honorary member, Peoples Endeavor. Lorissa Ann Glisson// and David Hi/and/ Mrs. Lester Crews with burgers cooked outside. and graduated from StratfordWomen's
Mrs. displayed achieved the with the
Marjorie Daggers title by raising Helping servingwere
Mrs. Bertha Pearce as co- in 1974. She
;,. some of the work she the largest amount of money Wed Feb. Mr. and Mrs. Vernie
15 In Hampton Home Wedding hostess. is employed at
> has done in genealogy and which each contestant was to Thornton, Mr. and Mrs. Joe presently
General Telephone Co. of
presented some informationand earn by various methods. The Mr and Mrs. I. R Glisson of daisies.A Thornton, Mrs. Beulah Florida in
"Ask Mr. and Mrs. Robert David Tampa.
materials on genealogical total amount turned in by the Starke announce the marriage reception was held at the Any Girl"Drama Fugatt of Lawtey ,announcethe Thornton, and Mrs. Barbara Mr. Grable is a 1971 graduate
} research four contestants was $130.34which of their daughter, Dora Ann Hampton City Hall. Standingin Wheeler.
I birth of a son, Robert of South Grand Prairie
Refreshments were served went to the YPE for the to David Eiland the line were the March 6
Wayne ,son of receiving David born High School and is presently
Jr. Feb.
Fugatt, ,
by the Baker member- sole benefit of the Norma Jean
county youth of the Fugate
and their
Mr. and Mrs. C. T, Eiland of bride and groom 18 at Shand's Teaching employed at Jennings Funeral
shipMembers church. Runner-up was Diane Hampton.Rev. parents.The The Bradford High School
: attending from Davis, daughter of Mr. and table drama production class is Hospital. Grandparents are At
'. John Tison performedthe bride's was Mr. and Mrs Rudy Mata and Speaker The wedding is planned for
Bradford County were: Mrs. Mrs. Oscar Davis the "Ask Any
performing play
centered with a two tiered
nuptials on Saturday. Feb. Mr. and Mrs. of June 21 in the First Baptist
Mona Canova, Mrs. Willie Each of the other three 15, at 4 p.m. at the home of cake topped with two doves. Girl" starring Cindy Ed- Lawtey.Mr. BPWClub Church in Starke.
:Mae Denton !Mrs Evelyn contestants received a Mike Peeples in Hampton. This was flanked by punch wards, Randy Martin and
llaney Mrs. Edna Hart Mrs. The couple repeated their bowls at each end of the table. Kevin Minton on Thursday 411-0 ., .
; Helen Johns, Mrs. Adele Mitchell evening, March 6 at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Norma Jean Fbgate of Jr. WOo Club
Russian vows before an archway Centering the table was an .and Mrs. M. C. Baker of the Gainesville
i t Mrs. Tommie Nolin, Program covered with live flowers arrangement of daisies in the BHS Auditorium. Rhinelander, Wis were Adjustment To Meet March
Center to the 4
.' :Mrs Maureen Paul, Mrs. Tickets for adults is $1.50 and spoke BPW clubat
decorated by Pam Dickinsonof Elaine Peeples cut the cake visiting Mr, and Mrs.' Huston their
Lucile Payne Miss Myrna Given At Alpha students, $1.00. Come and meeting Monday
Gainesville. Music was and assisting in serving were McClane here and in Panama night, Feb 24. The Junior Woman's Club
Hahn Mrs. Kate Sheppard, provided by stereo. Elena Prenth Pam Dickinson Meg Wheeler use tactics to City last week will have
a program on conservation -
:Mrs Glad 'Thomas and Mrs. Gamma win herself a husband.
> MeetingMembers Donald Keys served best and Jan Douglas. Karen
Sue Winkler man. as Eiland kept the bride's book. .,....,. ....., --f1 .....,.....,---......, Miss Louise Stern and Mrs and Mrs Fugate of discussed ways Welch chairman, with Mrs.at their Pat
means and
of Alpha Gamma Karen Keys attended Following a wedding trip to Lucille Eddy attended the assisting
YYFLORIDA E4 Vincent St. John of Port training the meeting Tuesday night.
women at Lowell
chapter of Alpha Delta Kappa, matron of honor. She wore a Daytona Beach the couple is Canaveral is in Perth Amboy, Home and Patio Show at the prison for a better and March 4 at 8 p,m. at the club
11 I met at the home of Thelma long floral dress in Gainesville.The Auditorium
=1 print and residing N.J. for three weeks duty. Civic on Sunday. meaningful life. house.
". Thornton on Kingsley- Lake on carried a bouauet of car bride is a 1974 graduate
Monday night, Feb 17. nations. of Bradford High School and is
Lucile Johns opened the The bride, given in employed at the University of
THEATREFrl meeting with a devotional and marriage by her father, worea Florida.
Y president, Frances Hamilton, long.light yellow knit dress The groom is a 1973
presided over the business with chiffon inset and trimmed graduate of Bradford High
meeting. with small white daisies School and is employed by the
Sat & Sun Plans were made for at- She carried a nosegay of( City of Gainesville.

; tending the district meeting in

t rt.. -, .. .SU. -Mrs.vS Augustine...L..in Peek March., Jr., presented -. _Miss Sinclair Honored At ''"Coke' PartyMiss

J r: I a slide program on
", ... "Some Interesting Observa- Evelyn Sinclair,whose Jr., Mrs. Mac Baldwin', Mrs.' -
.. tions on Russia" marriage to Tommy Chastain Eve Godwin, Miss Denise
..... During the social hour will be an event of April 6, was Winkler, and Mrs. George
(;;\ honored Roberts, Jr. also assisted
.. refreshments were served by Saturday morning, on
the hostesses,Muriel Gay and Feb. 22, at a "Coke Party" the patio. -
Thelma Thornton. given by Mrs. J. E Hardy and Others assisting in servingand
: r Mrs. H. M. Hatcher,Jr. at the caring for the guests were
home of the latter on East Call Mrs. Charles Darby, Mrs.
:1 t SupperDanceEnjoyed Street. Carl Hurst, Mrs. T. C. Hazen,
t Arrangements 'of azaleas, Jr. and Mrs Vernon Silcox.

? By dogwood and magnolia leaves The hostesses presentedMiss
were used throughout the Sinclair with a serving
slot Mormon house at focal I points for piece to her chosen china as a
GroupThe decorations.The memento of the occasion.
Burt Reynolds
: Elders refreshment table was Mrs. Jessie Chastain,
Quorum of The covered with grandmother of the
an imported cut- prospective -
"The Longest Yard" Church of Jesus Christ of work and embroidered white groom was among the
Latter-day Saints
recently sponsored in Starke linen tablecloth. The center- guests calling between the 1 134 E. Call St. .
a spagh- .
etti piece was an arrangement of appointed hours, 10 and 12 .
.j supper and square dance Japanese azaleas, white dog- o'clock. i. .
Several out of
guests wood and bridal wreath in '
a Starke Fla.
combined talents to help their make the musical silver bowl. Silver trays held Karen Ferm- 95:30J :!i" .
DRIVE IN I | even- dainty sandwiches and ... '
pas '. "'
ing a success. Shorty Beden- .
I baugh from Lake tries.Mrs. Darrel Brown i.
City the
was Hardy and Mrs. .' ,
j 301 S. Starke' square dance caller. Red & Hatcher .
greeted the at ,
guests March ,
Company from Lake Butler the door and them Wedding 12 :

t FRI & SAT and sonville Ozzie provided J. Boone from the fiddle Jack- to the receiving presented line composedof Mrs. Shirley A. Ferm an- Month: ;rj : '< .

Miss Sinclair her
and guitar music. nounces the engagement and Of :
: THENOMAN While Mrs. Clyde Sinclair and her : .
the adults were dancing approaching marriage of her J End
Mrs K. ,
t children 14 years and aunt here from Hurst,Indianapolis who is daughter, Karen Lee, to ,\ "I i
MERCY under enjoyed the Walt Darrell Stephen Brown, son of ." : '
Disney movie "Johnny Tre- They were each Mr. and Mrs. Loran C. Brownof ', .
with red
main' in the Junior presented a camellia Keystone Heights .
Sunday ;
School room. corsage The wedding will take place '
.- 9999999999. Mrs. S. G. Denmark and March 12 at the Church of Sa\e.\
Mrs Warren Winkler invited
taws .e. -r'ia God, Starke z .
Dr. R. E. Dopson the guests to the refreshment r
1, table in the diningroom. Invit- Beta Phi
ing the guests into the family

P. room were Mrs. James Blood- "
vrcsnn ChiropracticPhysician Cake
worth and Mrs. Harold God-

THI 'Eur. win.A.round table covered witha ContestApril5Macdenny's

PARA lLAX VI E'W white linen and lace cloth on chapter of : final clearance

the patio, held a punch bowl Beta Sigma Phi Sorority Is I ,
:1 964-8018 that was filled with chilled inviting people of surrounding
1 P..ut: < ''ECHNICOl' I.I,"__ ,.l Cokes. Mrs. Randy Johns and counties to enter a cake ,
i APM"""""oun Peu' Mrs Drew F. Reddish served
Call St. decorating contest on Satur- "
Sun & Mon the Cokes. Pink and white day, April 5, at the Baker )
2/20-3/6 azaleas were encircled around County unit Outdoor Festival ,=
the bowl. Mrs. J. R. Chasteen, Entry deadline is March 1.

They Go Anywhere... For information phone 259-

They Do Anything... 6908,259-3585,239-6332 or write
i Morgan's Mrs. Martha Starling Route On All Sale MerchandiseAll I.i

They LoveEverybody 32063.1, Box 43.E, Macclenny, Fla. t

Entrants are asked to bringart "

work crafts, baked goods, '
Beauty Shop or flea market items to the Ii

Outdoor Festival .
set at Baker Prices Drastically .
1209 N. Square Shopping Center just
Temple ave. off MO at Macclenny School ,

clubs organizations, church I
groups, and individuals are ."
OpeningUnder welcomed according to Mrs. f)
I Brita Hobbs, publicity chair- Reduced .

Management TIlE BRADFORD iI..:..,;.:,''
Published every Thursday I.: ;'. '

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March 4th Starke Florida 3TM1 Y : :

Second Claw pottage paid ) Bank -' t/ ;
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"Leta Morgan" Invites All Her Friends, tSlarke,Florida ssubsRtipuonRates 4.\

.CwYYpY_MC M/RICATICN Old and New, To Come By And See Her : .. -
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! Miss Belcher Honored At Bridal Shower Awards Fellowships Presented-- ;/J lO..JIIDW ...........,....................,...........................................

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mrs. Pearl Cope and
I Miss Elizabeth Anne punch bowl. Mrs. Marvin Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Welch Maddox of Deland and Mr. daughter Sharon of Jacksonville -
I Belcher of Claxton; Ga., .Brown and Mrs. Julian and children of Savannah, Ga. Charles Sanford of were Sunday evening
and Mrs.
I whose marriage to John McRae presided at the punch At Rotary Club Ladies Night and Miss Anne Haynes of Wilmington Del. were guests of Mrs. W.,H. Hart and

March Flynn, Jr.15, will was be honored an event at of a table.Mrs.. Grider was in chargeof .d' 'd'_ ,,"', -- -.. .. .... ,,, ....... spent North the Florida weekend Junior with College their Tuesday guests of Mr.. and family.Mr. .
I bridal shower Saturday night the refreshments and Mrs. t i parents Dr..and Mrs. 0.' L. Mrs. Husum
held in the Episcopal Parish Arthur Winkler Mrs. Ed Haynes Jr. and Mrs. John E. Watson -
Hall. Prescott Mrs. O. L. Beasleyand and Mrs.Jack McCombwere ,III returned Sunday aftera
Hostesses were Mrs. Elzle Mrs. Clifton Brown : Mrs. Guy Sale visited 'Mr. camping at the Trav-L-: week in Hawaii where Mr.
Sanders Mrs. Kenneth Gri- served as floor hostesses. ,,; .... and Mrs. Keith Gillingham Park near St. Augustine over Watson attended the Presi-
der Soft stereo music was I dent's council for the Guardian
Mrs. W. E. Carter, Mrs.. 'and family in Tampa last the weekend. -
Marvin Brown played during the party hours. ,i/t. ', Mrs. M. C. week. !
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Arthur Winkler and Mrs. ;. 1
,mow lio .J a w. at / : : .. !
Julian McRae. rv '
'fi'aT Terwillegar
Mrs. Kincaid greeted the ,.. .. "...,....:,.:."" :,
.guests at the door and pre- Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Shep- \\,."' "" "" i :.
sented them to the receiving pard of Brunswick; Ga. and "
line composed of the honoree ,Eddie Sheppard of Demopolis, i
.Mrs. John Flynn and Mrs. E. Ala., spent the first of the 1 Motorsi
J. Flynn grandmother of theprospective week with their mother Mrs. .. ;
r groom. Mrs. W. Kate Sheppard and all attended -
E.Carter kept the guest book. the funeral of Mrs.
Corsages were given to thosein Sheppard's nephew, Morris
the receiving line. Hollingsworth in Fort Whiteon

I The receiving line stood in Tuesday.Mr. Tom Slade (left) presents Paul Harris Fellow From 'left* Harry Hatcher, Jr., first Rotary Factory
I front of the fireplace where Fellow> Jerry McGriff and Linda Rockwell
award to AI Crosby,Jr.At left Is Bill Hood,club
I the mantle was centered with and Mrs. T; H. Slade pr.sident.who MC'd the Ladies, Night program.Foundation Fellowship nominees; and Tom
I a fan shaped arrangement of spent the weekend.with Mr. Slade. Rotary, .Foundation chairman.
spring flowers flanked by and Mrs. John Whelchel and .
I three branched candelabras in Sanford.Mr. LITTLE WOMEN !
family .
holding white tapers. TO MEET MONDAYThe ,
The refreshment table was .and Mrs. David Griffith Little Women's Club ';bJy.x-", Rebates
will hold their March
covered with a cutwork cloth of Newnan meeting
and son Reese Monday night at 8 at the
with insets of alencon lace p.m.
Mrs. R. W.
I Ga. are visiting club house. Mrs. L. W. Strickland and
,medallions and centered withan Reese for two weeks. Mrs. Jaynell Locke of Wild-
antique silver fruit bowl wood, Mrs. C. W. Beasley of I
holding an arrangement of Frank Glading of Coatsville Gainesville and Mrs. Edith $200-$500
pastel colored spring flowers Pat is visiting his sister-in- Christiansen of New Orleans
flanked by three branched law Mrs. Malcolm Pownall, 2> J y..J1II i La.have been visitors of Mrs.
silver candelabras holding'burning for several weeks. t"1' W. H. Hart and also visited

The white tapers.table'was Local admittances t.>> Mrs.. Ella Moody,In Bradford (On Cars That Qualify)
punch Green
covered with a white linen Mr. and Mrs. W.-H. Bradford County Hospital this County Hospital.;:
and children moved from
week include: Lester Roe,
cloth with alencon lace border Lake to Tallahasseeon Thirty-six members of the
Kingsley Joseph Stewart, Calvin
and centered with a silver Saturday. Henley, Charlie Griffis, Sr., Baptist Youth Choir, with Mr.
Paid On The
Joseph Branson, Conley Bush and Mrs. William George Spot
Ernest Dowling Jonathan Eugene Tanner as
I'I attended the
: chaperones
I Taylor Mrs. Gertrude Trew
Regular' state music festival at the
I Mrs. Mae Vickery Mrs.
Juanita Ferguson, Mrs. Erma Florida Baptist Assembly at ,
; POTATOES SCI I Knight and Mrs. Juanita 1 1111a4 i Lake Yale. on Friday and by
:3 l Ji / Loose Smith Starke; Mrs. Barbara Saturday.Mrs. TerwillegarMotors
Myer Melrose; Joseph Margaret Jackson
Farm Fresh Bennett, Mrs. Donna Waites Casey.WrightEngagement celebrated her 81st birthday
Sweet and Mrs. Diane Rector Tuesday with a dinner at the
ExtraEGGS Large 'l 16 C Keystone Heights; and Bruce Homestead Restaurant given

: 69 oDoz,, POTATOES Lb. Decker Raiford. AnnouncedMr. Jackson by Mr. and and Mrs.daughter Marc

Mr. and Mrs. Don Bagwell Priscilla and Mrs. W. T.
Smoked' and Mr. and Mrs. Donnie and Mrs. James D. Jackson. Sr.
Bagwell spent the weekend in Casey of Hampton Lake announce Good Until Feb. 28th
Nashville, Tenn. visiting Mr. the engagement of Mr.and Mrs.George Wilsonof .
CABBAGE 7'Lb. 1. Sausage i Bacon and Mrs. O. S. Dixon and their daughter Deborah, Pocono, Pa. are visitingMrs.
: attended their 50th wedding Marie, to Stephen L, Wright Wilma Cox for two 206 W. Madison Starko 964-7200
Full Line Of Cold Cuts 'anniversary and also visitedMr. son of Mrs. and Mrs. William weeks. 5
: and Mrs. Ben Dixon. ,G..Machen of Del Rio, Texas IB*
ATTENTION __ n __ ; '
Mrs. H. M. Ricnarde spent '
Miss is 1972'
Casey a
Purchasing Rqvnta and Friday Mrs.to Monday Lyle Buck with and Mr. graduate of Bradford High 'I' ,
School and is Dr. I
employed by ,
family in Palatka.
Rvataurant Owners & Carlos M. Hernandez. .' ,
Mrs: Howard Meyers J
Food Ssrvlco P.r.onn-rl returned last Thursday after Mr. Wright is a student 'at P V3 11''S'
two weeks with her soninlawand the University of Florida,
Norman's Produce 1'9 Your Wholesaler daughter Mr. and Mrs. majoring in Business Administration -

Charles Frady, in Covington,,, ... and will, ,' .
-....For All Your Fresh Produce !l'i ) { "- '; rrl a .
\ in' He Isemployed'
Ga. while Mr. Frady sur- gradual? August 4
: ; IS RIGHT gery. by Town: Finance/!/ ,.. ','
/ ;.t THE-PJ1ICE CompaAy as*," Collection, fJdOlf",I:'. .t'.9,eatl 01M4p, Yyr .
& Mr. and Mrs. Brad Locke Manager. I
9 and sons of Bradenton spent Wedding plans will be an-'
Wes DvlivBP Quantity Ord.rNorman's the weekend with her mother nounced at a later date. ,

Mrs. Shellie Gerle. I r 1 1j1

Farm Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Morar DUPLICATE BRIDGE :
and children. Bill Adrea and CLUB RESULTS
Katie of Panama City spent Mrs.J.D Odom and Mrs.S.
Produce Market the weekend with Mr. and W.Hamilton were the winning
Mrs. H. A. Lawson. Joiningthe couple at Duplicate Bridge 1
family'on Sunday were Tuesday night. Mr and Mrs._
617 N. Avc.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jordan and R. E. James were second andT.
964-6071 Moo-Sat daughters, Cindy and Lynn .A.Sundem and Ernest Jen-i '
Open and uaK.Mike Musgrove of Live kins were third. :


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?:) is scheduled fork invited to attend this world ,on this day in the 89th and Catholic. projects aided by the offering Nursery services will be arrangements are Mrs. while cutting onions,slice or i,
,',J .. Friday,March 7,at 11 a.m.in wide ecumenical service celebration of World Day of Christians In 169 lands. will be distribution of provided.during assembly. A Carolyn Eaves, president; cut onions under cold running I
the First Christian Church ont .sponsored by Church Women Prayer observed in a Theme for 1975 is "Become Christian literature, aid to .covered dish luncheon will and Mrs. Evelyn Griffin, water. Slice onion from. top
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.1 PGopoC yo2LX/1ow R. B. AlvarezRalph ObituariesG. SERVICE MENLewis

B. Alvarez, of Elizabeth Parr, Albany, Ga.;
Mrs. Bertha Richarde of LTC and Mrs. V. J. Spengler Lakeland, died Wednesday. Mrs. Mary James Covington Is Marine
Ocala and Mrs. Elsie North of visited her father R. L. Feb. 19, after a lengthy Ga.;'Mrs. Gayle Rogers, Key Recruit Graduate
Lake City were last Thursday in St. AugustineSunday WI S f_ illness. A West; and Mrs. Debra
Spengler native of Starke, he Feb. 5 Marine Pvt. Ally-
Martin of
Gary S. ,66, Route
guests of Mra, Williams, Maynardville,
Pearl .
Colson. *r"
Y, W w was a former manager of the 1 Lawtey died Monday In the Tenn. one brother, Hubert son C. Lewis son of Mr. and
'U Starke State Farmers ;
Market Gainesvlhe Mrs. Thomas Kitchens of
Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. 31' V.A. Hospitalafter Martin, Winchester, Va. ;
George Mrs. A. J. and also operated a transfer Route 3, Starke, graduatedfrom
brief illness. Born in
Huggins were guests of Mr. Ed Kimutis attended a Girl _, : business here before moving a three sisters, Mrs. Florrie recruit training at the
and Mrs. Lenox Cox in Mary- Scout day director'smeeting V Columbia, S.C. on Feb. 14, Duckett, Manassas, Va.; Mrs.
camp to Winter Haven where he Marine Corps Recruit Depot,
1909, he had lived in the
ville, Tenn. last week. Tuesday in Jackson- served several years as an Annis DeBruhl, Camden, Parris Island, S. C
ville. Lawtey-Starke area since 1961 S.C.; and Mrs. Stella Smith,
assistant director of thestate's Physical conditioning, discipline -
Mr. and Mrs. James Can- where he was a mechanic on Jessup, Md.; and four
system of farmers and teamwork are
nington of Reading, Mass. Mr: and Mrs. L. C.: .Early, ( markets.He heavy construction equipment grandchildren. emphasized during Marine
were weekend guests of Mr. visited Mr. and Mrs. Amos y I1 do later operated his own He was a veteran of Funeral services were held recruit training.
and Mrs. Bill Graham. Sanford in Astatula Sunday to Z packing house at Pompano World War II. at 11 a.m. Wednesday in Classes include InstructionIn.
Surviving are his wife, Ina
? DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with
Thursday, Beach, and moved to close order, drill Marine
McCall Martin and
Mr.'and Mrs. T. B. J one son Rev: Deoram Bholan of-
Harding, \
z .I Lakeland following his Corps history, first aid uniform -,
Sr. attended the funeral of Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby S,1" e retirement last fall. He was a George both, of ficiating. Interment followedin regulations and military
Ralph W. Alvarez in Lakelandon visited his brother, J. B., member of the Southside Lawtey; four daughters, Mrs. Pine Grove Cemetery near customs and courtesies.

Saturday.Dale Dansby in the Tallahassee Baptist Church of Lakeland, ._--..... Live Oak. I'
.Memorial Hospital on Sunday the
Van Sickel of New Port : Bradford Masonic Lodge,
Beach Calif, has joined Mrs. Morocco Temple Shrine; wasa
Mrs. Helen Genereux of
Van Sickel lifetime deacon of the First "'" 1 1 + Utz :
who has been
visiting Mrs. George Anderson West 'Springfield, Mass is Baptist Church of Delray For The Discriminating Buyer ... .
several weeks with
spending Beach. and a past Rotarian. '' Mus
for several
weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green
Surviving are his wife, any

Mr. and Mrs. J. H. DuPre Mr. and Mrs. J. H. ,R Lr Barbara Lakeland Moore Alvarez, 1 MOBILE HOMES
; one son, Ralph, Itfc
attended the funeral of A. D DuPre"'I'I
visited Mr and Mrs.
Myers; two daughters, .
Clawson in Daytona Beach 1 1MON Tempe AVWHW/
last Thursday Herrington in Palatka last. Mrs. Sylvia Pickering, wFfYIlIl t.r Stork. Florid 32OB1
Wednesday Lakeland, and Miss Dorothy -I
Mr. and Mrs W, M. Meng Alvarez, Starke; one sister, pi I 1 III I .1 "We Service
and daughter of St., Peters- Miss Jeanie Faulk spent the Mrs. Lorena Dyal, A What We Sell
weekend with her mother, ,
burg were visiting their Jacksonville Beach; two
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mrs. Lucian Johns in 'Jack- brothers, Jack Alvarez, "' :AIM Item.Y.u'w Dr* rn.d drNw 100%"
Meng at Hampton Lake and sonville.Mr. Perry, and Sam Alvarez, Too CM AMord Drhf out Siv
E. L. Matthews over the Melbourne; a half sister l
weekend. and Mrs. Don Spencerand I Lucille Mizelle, Keystone
{ children of Daytona I Heights. ,.: .': :. ,
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Mr. anMrs. George W. Beach were weekend guests of I I Funeral services were heldat -----rbr'J1 Tf : f. fQJ f'I I
Brown, Mr. and Mrs. John Mrs. Martha Spencer. I 1:30: pm. Saturday in the .
King, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Southside Baptist Church, r n )
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Mrs. E.D.Tenly, Sr. under- f. [
Starling and Mrs. Joe Goss of Lakeland, followed by In-
BPO Elks Lodge No. 1802 went surgery Wednesday of Mrs. A.J. Barryownerof- The Magic Needle, with her.best terment in Lakeland )J 1. U j, r ,
of show needlepoint chair.Needlepoint.
last week in Alachua General
attended the house committee Memorial Garden Cemetery :i --1' ""'I i
meeting at the Harry Anna Hospital. ;with Gentry-Morrison 'G : f '_ :'1t : I)
Crippled Childrens Hospital in Honors Southside Funeral Home in ; -.., ;1 1I
Eustis on Saturday. 'Mr. and Mrs. George W. charge. ((;;:j -9 1 1l
Brown and Mr.and Mrs. L. M. Needlepoint art work by Mrs: Barry also won two J r
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stoner'. of Ocala spent the local ladies took the Jackson. blues, one for the chair and ** m m o mm M*****'!, I J r .
Barksdale and family Lee weekend at Daytona Beach.. ville District 4 Arts and Crafts one for a hand knit ski sweaterof Our youngest child had to :
Sparks of Brooker Mrs: Ver- Show, of the Florida Feder- intricate design. have a physical examination 111 LNITI 1 1IP'lc,1
gie Barksdale of Hampton ation of Woman's Clubs by Mrs. John Greene won a red before entering school. The L il I
Lake, Mrs. Verna Mulholland A couple just relived their storm as the eight Starke ribbon done for In a Christmas .stock- doctor asked him, "Do you l\\ Io
of Harrisburg, Pa.and Teresa European vacationtheyshowed .entries won seven ribbons 4 ing needlepoint.Mrs. have any trouble with your o 4
Lambus of Starke visited Dis- colored slides of blue, 2 red, and 1 yellow.A Olin White's latch hook ears or nose?" "Yes," he .-::< ,
ney World .last Wednesday. their canceled checks needlepoint chair by Mrs. rug also won a red ribbon. 'replied. "they are always in A
Mrs. also the
(Mickey.Porter, .In Akron Beacon A. J. Barry won one of the Barry won the way when I take off my t
James: W. Hamilton and Journal) three' over-all prizes of the third place prize with a T-shirt."

Mrs. Sue Wilkins of'Atlanta about 'the 'new perfume show held.Thursday, Feb 20, needlepoint picture. -Mr Harry Wllhour In Grit '
were weekend guests of Mr. ilh secret i at the Lake snore: Woman's
and Mrs.S.W. Hamilton. Mrs. a ingredientitmakes think he Club. Mrs. Barry plans to
W. L. Hamilton, who has been a man wife can enter the chair in the Bradford
support a
I visiting her son and family the (George DeWIII quoted' by County Fair.
past six weeks, returned to EarlWHjonlDAT Mrs. M.'' A. Payne won two.
blue ribbons, one for a Christ
Atlanta with them.
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27,3975 TELEGRAPH Page 7

meeting(From at Page which I) the New Administrator Hired As Trustees Push Ahead On BCH riggers Praised I

become amended act law is expected The com to notify the BCH .board in said. -' '' hesday'to assist Welty on the to take place this morning, I were several that hospital Instrusted contact Burroughs Attorney Weltyto Corp. In Audit ReportLAKE

missioners will itself act as writing that it should delay Edmondson",, who, was contract. Welby said he could also,with Edmondson going to board members termed out- about the BCH bookkeeping
hospital trustees until a new hiring an administrator present Tuesday night, said he have the contract drawn by work Immediately after he standing prospects. Salary machine new which Acting Administrator BUTLER CLerk
board of trustees Is named, because the present hospital would, remain, .-in town. Wed-. this morning. The signing was' signed. Edmondson said he demands of two put them out Gloria King said Robert A. Driggers-
the letter plans to his family to of contention, however, after
states. trustees might not be aroundtoo "...r. .' "has not worked three consecutive commended in an audit
The Starke when school is out this the board decided to stick
county is much longer. had
proceeding days since we've released by'State Auditor
under its home rule powers Moving ahead last Thurs- KIISewagePlant. . summer. within a $14,000 to $18,000 It." On contacting Burroughs General Ernest Ellison
toward Its purported hospital day, Feb. 20, the hospital Edmondson's hospital ad- range. Each applicant was about the problem the instruc- recently.
takeover. Attorney' Gene board met to pick its and not ministration career goes backto given a half hour Interview by to
man (From Page i> on our highest ground tions finally came down
Shaw has told the com- Each trustee was asked to i, have detrimental effects on 1949 when he was adminis- the trustees.In "tell them to go in there and The report covered the
missioners they have name his top three choices,: steel nearby lakes," Rev. Harper trator of the American Legion other recent action, the bump it," Mrs. King said. period from January 1, 1973
authority amend the special the 16 names under' discus- tubing plant, Starnes'said. Hospital for Crippled Children BCH trustees: through April 30, 1974, and
state act.Springboard. sion. said.Walter from Jan. 1974 to May 1954.He -Reorganized at their Feb. 1
Edmondson was the top "Our for the'sewer Murphy, another Thunders torma dan ce, eii included the period beginning
for the coun- 'choice of trustees Inez Green, plans Crystal Lake property owner was assistant administratorat 20 meeting, electing George October 1, 1973 when theclerk's
ty's interest in the A. G. plant have been well publicized ?}1 woukilike Alachua General Hospitalin Shuford chairman, Bill stilts of lightning
hospital is Loudon, and George three or' 'said that he and others I San Diego" Tribunal' i office changed over
the $100,000 which the com- Shuford. He was second by four newspapers to know why-If the sewer Gainesville from May 1954 Dampier as vice-chairman, form a fee system to the
mission claims it is contributIng choice of trustees Bill for the past two and a plant is harmless- Key- i September, 1957. From Sept.. and Mrs. Inez Green as secre- Days evaporate under a hot budget system in handling the
to the half years, and I cannot un- 1957 to Dec. 1961 Edmondson tary-treasurer, sun
financing of the Dampier and Bill Dodd. stone Council didn't place it, county's finances
.derstand why these property 'was administrator at Fraser (Beth Braunschweig)
hospital. County board After Edmondson inside limits
memo, 'was Keystone city ,
hers feel if they contribute, chosen, the trustees were told owners have waited"'this long'to rather than assume the expense Memorial Hospital in Mac- .
substantially to the operation'of by Gainesville Sun ReporterBill start protesting, Starnes' of pumping sewage I clenny, from Feb. 1962 until
declared. Starke Church of ChristMcMahon
Nov 1968 he was administrator' -
hospital they should Shields that Edmondson uphill some six or seven milesto
"The City of Keystone
have some control in running terminated his last job, as ad- owns the airport site. of Okaloosa County
it. That resolve has developed ministrator of North Orange some 2,000( feet of Crystal One of the Hospital; from Jan. 1969 until
to the point the board plans to Memorial Hospital in Apopka. Lake frontage, and we wouldbe Dewey Williamson of CrystalLake Oct. 1971 he was administrator St. At Hwy 16
the last to do
anything we of three United Convalescent -
take the over hospital complete for 60 to operationof 90 days after requested his his former resignation.Doard lake thought," Starnes would said., pollute He added the ing oi property suggested owners that a be meet-heldat Hospitals. In Dec. 1971 Invites You To Attend Worship Services Each

while naming a new hospital T. L. Mattox, chairman of his home at 2 p.m. Sundayto Edmondson joined North
that the line
proposed sewer Memorial
board of trustees. the hospital board, told the map a definite course of Orange Hospital
Members of the present Telegraph last week that Ed will be available to residentsof action. Keifer asked him to where be remained until and WEDNESDAYSERVICE
Bradford County to tie into, SUNDAY
hospital I board contend the mondson had terminated at well those make plans for this meeting at resigning last July.
county lacks authority, to the Orange Memorial board's as as Clay. another time and place, since The hospital trustees voted
Bill Mathis of Crystal Lake 1-0 last Thursday night, Feb.
change the law. unanimous request."I such arrangements were out
"It s just found him be asked how property owners 10, to hire Edmondson. TIMES:
a political play for to just a top of order for the ZoningBoard's
will be notified if and when
them to take notch said. a Among the 16 applicants, "
and the Mattox agenda.
over person
hospital," BCII Trustee run Billy Mattox termed Edmondson hearing on the sewer plant is ,- ..- '..--- Sunday Bible Study 10:00: A.M.
scheduled Chairman Keifer
Dampier'said last Thursday strong in some areas of administration said the notice will be in I 11:00 A.M.
given Service
the Sunday Worship : ,
as commission's letter and weak in .
the Bradford Tele- DeWitt C. I
was discussed., others, and said "He did not JonesI
The commission's letter fulfill the board's expecta graph as well as the Lake I Sunday Night Worship 6:00: P.M:
Region Monitor, and Director
was written after the tions." Mattox said Edmondson -
learned the hospital trustees county knows the theory of Games concerning added more that in than matters 300 Funeral Home Wednesday Night Worship 700.; P.M.Wear .

were proceeding with plans to hospital administration
employ an administrator for knows the la the vacancy left by George of Medicare and a I
registered mail to each indivi-
Canova ,who resigned, effec- Medicaid and of BlueCrossand dual. .. HOSPIj AL BEDS.WALKERS WHEEL CHAIRSft 12:05 P.M. on WPXE 1490 on :Your Dial.
tive Dec;31, 1974 upon request Blue Shield insurance.The CRUTCHES
George Harper, a'I
of three'members board felt
trustees' who signed 'a of letter the Edmondson Apopka lacked leader- said Crystal it Lake is property to owner look, ',? KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Write' For Your Free Bible Correspondence Course Today

other without two knowledge members. Attorney of the ship,not Mattox develop said.a Edmondson"did full team"at < Lake only at Dora bodies and necessary of Lake water Eustis such as in 5 PHONE 473-3176 I. Know Your Bible; P.O. Box 876; Starke Fla. 32091 HIP

VVelty called it a "technical Orange Memorial, he ad- central Florida to see the tragic
violation of the Sunshine ded."You effects of pollution. He
Law." would have to know said E4BLE
topographic show
Canova our hospital down here to maps
was termed a nice
only two high points in this SAVE 14T048
fellow but a weak administrator appreciate the problems we areaCamp Blanding and the 3 BIG DAYS I THURSDAY
the BCII board charging were having," Mattox said. Keystone Airport. "There is ON OUR DISCOUNT PRICESI FRIDAY & SATURDAY
he failed "They have not been
to carry out its poli- yet no way to locate a sewer plant
cies. The hospital has also corrected even after Dick
been reported in tight financial (Edmondson) left last year."
shape. BCH has a bank Responsibility for Opening March 1 IJ.
balance$12,606 after paying "checking out" Edmondson,
bills up. to Jan. 1 and after beyond his resume, was givento ,
making February'payrolls, new BCH trustee Bill LAKE I CITYSPEEDWAY t
according to a' report last Dampier. The board met
Thursday by Secretary- again Tuesday night to hear !
Treasurer Inez Green. Dampier's report and found I
Auditor Al Crippin reportedthe nothing to prevent the hiringof I
hospital has unpaid accounts -' Edmondson, said new BCH ins
totaling half a million'' board chairman George .
dollars. Shuford.
In February the hospital Dampier said he "couldn't Every Sat. Night iy ..
trustees moved forward in its find any remark of a .
search for a new administrator. derogatory nature" in his investigation 17fll
After receiving the Late Models -: I Iah
commission's letter, the Terms of Edmondson's one-
trustees met and decided to year contract call for a salary Hobby I and --
push ahead ''with.' heir plans. of JWVIIiRfJiXear. / ,Plus expenses -
were: in.terviewdcIir Tor trips approved by- ModifiedSpoilsmar
the job of tj-! -J I t the, h ;iBi.Wl>ogrd. He-would. wu.wMp t trulEJ
1 std ,
ihciodl (
ministralo) on Feb. 13, 17, and. :VtialdSrd\ clause foT -
18. On''Feb. 17 the county; termination of the contract by
commission agreed it would either party Attorney Welty First Race 8:30: P.M. ,, r21ilr

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City Commission

By Merrill Edwards, .

City ,Clerk.

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Tues. March 18, 1975 At 7:00 P.M.. : ;;

At The City Hall Starke, Fla. For _

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To, Discuss Two Proposals With Reference _

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;,:. ; Cagers Vie Cocoa Beach In First Game Of Regional t

I,," I against edged 56-52 over St. don't think that means with average- 16.1 points Beach's team average from 6.5 points per game and six
the semi-ffna.l an
ji v For the third straight and Ocala'Fbrest will battle it in game
j year rebounds Steve Jones, and
Is 44
the percent.If
for the District 5 when The 1 ft'l guard is
North Shore expecially
p. in West Palm Beach you game.
a row, Bradford High out in the earlier game to startat per each
'.'" I i cagers have made it to the 7:30: p.m. for the state title bid. pionship. into the district and region followed by 6'2 Richard Crane, the Tornadoes win Friday. Peter average
y Regional playoffs, this in The winners of the two The Tornadoes, 22-3 so far Cocoa Beach has a ," replied when asked who averages 12 points per night they will either be about seven points per game.
Cocoa Beach. year will meet this season, rolled over a record this season, two he thinks his home court game. 6'3 Joe Bent and Ross playing Apopka High Schoolor Ocala Forest's main
Friday night
I, games
is 6'4 senior
The Tornadoes first at 8 for hapless Green Cove team 54- losses to class 4A will be Friday Mackenzie each average eight Ocala Forest. weapon Reggie
1 com- Saturday night p.m. with 22-8 record Green with an of 17.3
i( .x' petition will be Friday night at the championship.Last 30 last Friday night to land a Titusville High School points per game. Erick Apopka, a average
I' ', 9 p.m. against host Cocoa year Bradford won the berth in the District finals. Cocoa High were the 4A Cocoa Beach just Walker gets an average of was runner up in Its district points per game. He also
V about 12 rebounds
Beach. Apopka High School championship then lostrA Then Saturday night BHS that beat Cocoa with the ball, but ac seven points per game. last year, averages a
region week. to Caoch Light, they "We have to shoot well to "I am looking forward to game. I lets followed by Shelly
t .. .:.. -' ." ,,-,,,.{ '(r.r lf : '" : :--......- I "We can do most slow it down if they have win and we just have to hit a playing in the tournament and Williams with an average of
I I think we have a good chanceto 13.3 points a game.
;:- M'14 run, shoot, and can good percentage because we
I ball," says Cocoa Beaches' top scorer don't go from rebound well," win," says Head Apopka According to Forest Head
,.... Coach Haskell Light. year is Mark Giombetti says Coach Light. Cocoa Basketball Coach Gaylon Coach Don Nelus, 6'2 Curtis
'. I Ward. Hamilton doesn't score very
'. j Apopka's top scorer this much but; does a good job on
year has been 644" John defense. Ray Wilson averages
: \' *, Hightower with an average of six points per game for the
COb 18.5 game. He i is Wildcats. '
to points per
't" 41e -,. also the leading rebounderwith Forest is 11-16 so far this
II an average of 12.5 per season and beat tough Ocala
{ game. Vanguard in the finals for the
f'at "' February 27.; 1975!' James Cook, 6'0 senior district championship .last
\ wingman, averaged 18 points week. Vanguard is tied with
per game this year while BUS for the. Big.gun Con-
P averaging 12 rebounds. Terry
Free, a 6'4 senior, averages (See Page 9)

Pages SPORTS A1.

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i Bradford High cagers night. the first of the fourth period
a host St. Augustine Blue Devils biggest taking a 52-20 lead with 3:40:
52 last Saturday night to was in the second left in the game.
the District Five Class when they closed in on Then the Devils put togethera
championship for the Tornadoes to 15-12 with scoring streak at the last of
straight year, to land a : left in the half. the game to close the gap to 24
in the regional BHS got hot and points, 54-30 by the end of the
next weekend in Cocoa 16 straight points game.'
The Tornadoes ] the first half ended to Baker led the Tornadoes in'
Milton Baker gets down the court quick for one of his. many down court lay ups usually set up hapless Green Cove the locker rooms with a scoring against Green Cove
by a long pass.Tigers. 30 the night before to : lead. Baker scored five with a total of 17 points. He'
berth in the finals baskets in the scoring was followed by Hodge with 14
Augustine. Berry hit two and points and Sewell with nine.
BHS took a 37-26 scored one. .;.I am very happy and Ithink
To Face Santa Fe lead and by the end kept on outplaying the this is the first time that
third quarter went ahead in the third quarter to BUS has won district three
points,4530. The Jackets the lead to 45-18 at the times in a row," says Head
came alive in the fourth of the third period. Tornado Coach Mike Sexton.
Tornadoes pushed the Wayne Berry gets In the air to take a shot for a quick two
ter and slipped to
In First Region Action points,52-50, of the ; to more than 30 points at (See Page 9)) Tornado points.

more than tinlfu/nv u .. .
J -
.. the; last period.: .
., After wining the: Pfctrict! 6, 'thft.leaTOs.Jwye split the"vic I .:with) an ayerageof! 13,4.poi0t!( ik ,Then,tblLteUQS.! i To Celebrate The Opening Of Our New Jacksonville Beach Appliance &
Class) AA crown 1 last weekend. tories. In the first gamer of the' per game followed by Bozie out for'the rest of the
Union High cagers face first season-''Raiders handed' "Perrywith 12.9 and Joe Max"" .* and BHS held the four
region competition this Union a seven point loss. Two well with 12.5. 52 lead at the end of the Air Conditioning Outlet. Sawyer Slade Air Conditioning & Appliances
Friday night when they play weeks ago the Tigers came Gerry White has been Wayne Berry led the most"I
host Santa Fe at 9 p.m. from behind an 11 point deficitto averaging 7.4 points per game does with 18 points { Offers I Great Bargains In Their Starke Store.t .
Santa Fe with an 18-4 recordis beat Santa Fe. while David Banks has been Donnie Sewell led f na
the favorite to take the "Santa Fe Is a fast ball club getting 6.5.Maxwell. with 12. Sewell also n ;n
tourney, according to Head and has strong rebounders. is the leader in the points to the effort. '
Tiger Jimmy Thomas. "If we They were beating us before, rebound department with an The Jacxets jumped ALL APPLIANCES MARKED DOWN/ w cAppb :
beat Santa Fe I think we will then we started playing man average of 11 per game early 4-0 lead at the first
win the tournament." to man and beat them". says followed by Banks with nine. game. Then the edr A
"We are going to try to Coach Thomas. These statistics include the scored three straight
pressure them because they entire season, but the Tigersdid one each by Hodge,
are bigger than we are, but I Earlier Friday night, before not gel until after Christmas Hampton and Sewell to
look for us to control the the Tiger-Raider game, Before the holidays 6-4 lead with 5:06: left
boards," says Coach Thomas. Bunnell and Cross City will Union had a 1.4 record. first period. Chef. _..
The Tigers have played battle it out to land a berth in Two shooters have moved Both teams took turns Magic '
Santa Fe twice this season and the finals. The winners of the their scoring averages up ing for two baskets
Friday night games will play since the Tigers have won the Sewell hit two straight
Saturday night at 8 p.m. for last seven games. Perry has rebounds and Berry gas range
the tournament championship. been getting about 16 points another to push BHS in
Lifters per game and Maxwell 15. 13-8 with 3:04: left in $19995 o
1 If the Tigers win Friday Brooks and White had both period.. Each team _
night they will play either moved their averages up since three baskets in the last
Bunnell or Cross City. Union the winning streak. period to end the w/trade
Edge ByVanguard has also split the victories "If we play like we have 14.
with Cross City this year. been playing, it is a SA scored on a quick
Union beat CC by three pointsover real good game. Weave to at the first of the NO FROST
there, then Cross City get rid of that bad quarter; period, then Milton AIR
beat the Tigers at home by 12 says Coach Thomas. two foul shots followed $21995 15,000 BTU REFRIGERATOR.
points. "Banks is not one of our basket by Berry. "
Winning the second duel Cross City has an 18-6 leading scorers, but he does basket was followed by I '
meet of the year, Bradford record so far this season and everything else very well," straight Tornado baskets WASHERS $249* Limited .1399'EFFICIENTECONOMICALRECOMMENDED
High weightlifters beat a according to Coach Thomas it says Thomas. "He is a good 19.28 lead with 3:43: left Quantity /
visiting Ocala Vanguard team is a "Good Team. ball handler, is fast, plays real first half.
33-30 last Wednesday in Walter Brooks is leading the good defense and is a big assetto BHS held the 11 point I I I I Il
Starke. Tigers in scoring this year our ball club." until the half was over
BUS took three first places
Tornadoes had
in the weight classes. Kevin time lead.
placed first in the 132
pound class with a total lift of Beat In' a tight third l ,t ta
Tiger Cagers battle
425 pounds.Antha Duhart took BHS outscored '
I second in that weight class Jackets by one point to j
the lead to 47-35 at the
with a total of 410 pounds. _
The totals are summed from Jasper For DistrictUnion the period. Baker scored
the two lifts, bench press and last three Tornado _
clean and jerk. the third quarter.
Mike Crews took first placein County cagers won Banks with 12. St. Augustine put
+ the 148 pound class with a the District Six Class AA basketball "We went along in the first an effective offense and
total of 495 pounds while tournament crown last quarter pretty good then in the full court press on REULLLL1JLL (
David third after a- second moved close down on the
Harper placed Saturday night beating quarter we up '
with 420 pounds. host Jasper team in the last quite a bit," says Head Tiger ,half way through the
Danny Anderson took firs) seconds 60-58 for the cham- Coach Jimmy Thomas. "We .period. ,,
place in the 198 pound class pionship.Joe ,had played everybody by half- The Jackets had
with a total lift of 455 pounds. Maxwell scored 10 of the time." within two points, 52-50,
Donnie Neel took second in the Tigers 11 points in the fourth Thomas explained that in 3:13: left in the game. ([J1EvUlrn(
heavy weights with a total of quarter,which kept the Tigersin the fourth quarter Speigth got Berry hit on a hook shot .
485 pounds and Jimmy Clark the game after a Jasper hot for Jasper and the Tigers, the Tornadoes in front
took third with 425 pounds. fourth period rally. just could not contain him. with 2:55: left., fB Gmm Og0040Cg0L( (
Steve Earnest took second The Tigers took an early 16- SA hit on a 10 footer to
place in the 181 class with a 12 first quarter lead then SCORE BYQUARTERS up to 54-52 then with 2:19:
total of 395 pounds while added on to that in the second Union 16 18 15 11-60 in the game Berry hit two 2 Ton 1 Outlets 80,000 BTU '
David Godsey took second in quarter to go into halftime Jasper 12 8 15 22-58 shots to widen the gap to $ Neus Any
the 165 pound group with a with a 14 point 34-20 lead. Neither team scored in 139500'System'
total of 410 pounds. Joe Then in the third quarter Union: Maxwell 7-5-19, rest of the game and BHS 1 Return Gas or Electric
Lazenby took third in the 165 both teams evened up with 15 Banks 2-O-4, White 1-2-4, Perry 5652. ,wiring
class with a total of 405 points each to keep the gap at 7-3-17, Brooks 7-0-14, Stouta-
pounds. John Kilby placed 14 points, 4935. mire 1-0-2. Totals 25-10-60. SCORE BY '
second in the 123 pound class In the fourth quarter Jasper Jasper.: Lock 3-0-6, Speigth BUS 19 18 10 Enjoy the Comforts of Carrier Central Heating & AirconditioningAt
with a total of 360 pounds. high point man Earl Speigthgot 13-0-26, Raxford 1-0-2, Mitchell SA 14 12 9 17
"We are getting steady hot and scored 14 of his 26 7-1-1,Wright 2-0-4, Paul 1-2-4, Low Low Prices this Sale!
improvements from most of points in the game which tied Woodruff 102. Totals 28-2-58. Bradford: Hampton during Hurry
our lifters" says Football and Jasper to the Tigers with The Tigers just over- Berry 8-2-18, Baker -

Hurse.Weightlifting Coach David seconds The Tigers left in at the one game.time went Jacksonville powered and Episcopal quickened team a Sewell Ross 0-0-0 6-1-13, ,Aldridge Hodge I1rnm (fW QaaaQOpoQaa$ $ : $ L QLL D04o} i1i1m

"I hope that by the con- behind four points, then Friday night to gain the berthin Totals 25656.
ference meet in two weeks scored two baskets to tie the the finals of the tourna- SA Smith 3-1-7, Bess
that our lifters start peakingand game followed by a 20 footer .ment. S. Preston 1-0-2, Gatewood
by the state meet in by Maxwell to give Union the The Tigers jumped ahead in 12, Jackson 8-0-16) E. Sawyer-Blade HppliancesRirconditioning
March are peaked," says needed 60-58 edge. the first quarter then widenedthe 339. Totals 23652.
Coach Hurse. Maxwell was the top scorer gap in the second quarterand
This is what the plan has for the Tigers with a total of 19 played everybody on the CLAY HIGH GAME Cr
been all year. To build the points, followed closely by team before halftime. BHS Jumped to a quick ; Gas
team to be strongest for the Bozie Perry with 17 points. "They were bigger than we first quarter lead over
i conference and state meets, Maxwell also led in rebounds were but they were slow," Cove Friday night, and 1r J
R according to Hurse. with 14 followed by David says Coach Thomas. lead! at least that big for

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February 27. 1975 TKLKGItAIMI: !

BHSNine t aclrooa r Golfers Win Second Girls Beat Lake City FridayBradford I

; i [SjJ aag0 1 \l W'<' "" ., ..c J _
1 C'b 4 : t 'j
.. Match PS High's girls tennis 'Hazeh 8-2 and Dannetle Rod. Melba 'Ifoward."I: was real
Faces OffThursdav' h.A Against team beat Lake City 5.2 last rigue 97.Pam Tucker lost in a pleased with several of the
Friday in Lake City, which close 9-10 battle. girls."
Bradford High golfers won strokes at Ocala Forest. was the only tennis action this Both girls doubles matcheswere
by Nil,!Crawford their second match of the season Bradford's first victory was week due to rain.. lost. Jockel and Samons Wednesday the girls played
Bassmasters Tuesday beating visiting the third match of the season lost 2.8 and Nancy Ormsbee Eastside Gainesville then
./ invaded Bradford Crescent Lake and Palatka South by 20 strokes at when they beat St. Augustine BUS took all but one of the and Darla Christopher lost 4-8. play Orange Park Friday at
the Starke Golf and Country at home by four strokes. Watts singles matches. Winners in
Bradford home. The boys Eablside
High baseballersface the St. Johns River last Jennifer "It was a real nice win and play
the singles were
Club. and Herres both stroked 38'sand
first Wednesday Lake City
competition this Saturday for the most Debbie Mitchell 8- we were playing some fine
Now the have 2-3 Jockel 8-3,
golfers a ninth grader Wade Wink- home
when Friday at
Thursday the Tornado tournament in the "
productive record far and face Lees- Pierce 8-2. Ruth' tennis, says Tennis Coach
team travels to Palatka for of the club. so ler hit a 39. BHS lost to SA in 5 Lynn
burg at home Friday at 3 the match .
the Palatka South Invitational The weather was beautiful p.m. following by 10 ,
tournament.BHS and old "big mouth" was' Matt Herres was the low strokes. Watts hit a 39 and -
starts first action +tN" prowling the shoreline. man for BHS with a one overpar Gaines a 40 in that match. INow is the timeto GROTONE PELLETS
Thursday against Ocala This was a boat tournament, 37.. Ed Watts was right 1
Forest starting at 2:30 the boat that landed the most behind with a three-over-par Ed Watts has been averag- FERTILIZE!
All teams will play all tree pounds of bass was the win- 39. Lee Casey Bobby Pater- ing a three-over-par 39 so far 9-7-7 $698
days, but when is according to son and David Gaines all hit this season followed by Herres I HM- <.!{( >-lONh IVIIiilclSI 50 Lb. Bag
who wins and who loses. ner.I I understand Julian McRae 44's for the day. with a 39.8 stroke average. I KH I'l.XNT FOODS 1
"Up until the last two weeks and Jody Starling both lost big BHS lost its first match Following the Friday match
Formula'- -iirll for
practice has been going real basses. Sterling landed the against Orange Park by 12 with Leesburg, BITS will c--| < > Now Taking Orders
good but the rain has really' biggest fish in the tour- strokes. Watts and Herres travel to Ironwood in Gaines- .>
messed us up for the last few nament.We both carded 37's in that ville to meet Buchholz at 3:30: ratters ForSpreading
weeks," says Head Baseball had three new members match. BHS also lost by 12 p.m.PRICE.
Coach Harry Hatcher. fishing the tournament, Bobby FPC carries the complete ServiceGOLDEN
Three team captains were Taylor Charles Durkee, ORO-TONE palletized 'Plant
elected last week, Matt Hull Harold Skeen. Bobby and
Tommy Wise and Johnny Charles had a fine string of Foods For c.dLong Get Double( Duty With
Nichols. "All three are doing bass. Bob had two six poun- Lasting NuriBhmant
real good jobs,"says Hatcher."I ders. GROTONE WEED & FEEDBag
hope after the last two After all the boats weighedin Will Make Your First ;
weeks that we retain some of the total weight for the club
our sharpness for the opening was 114 pounds. Monthly Payment On Any IDEAL Covers $698 ,
game," says Coach Hatcher. James Aldridge goes up to Neil Crawford and Bobby 2500 Sq. Ft.
The probable starting lineup get a two pointer for BHS Taylor came in first while 100% Organic
is: pitcher Tommy Wise; against St. Augustine. Lamar Williams and Charles New Home 1 You I Buy i For St. Augustine or Centipede Lawns.;', "; ..
first base, Tommy Reddish; Durkee placed second.At With
second base, Richard Hall; the end of seven tour 20-5-5 Formula Does Both Jobs At Once
short stop Matt Hull; third Big Red Wins. naments, we find the top six FHA Financing Minor
base, Jeff Jockel; catcher, fisherman being Harold We Rent Spreaders
Jackson Prevatt; left fielder (From Page 8) Branham. Pat Welch Don Buyer Protection Plan Elements ee
Jimmy Prevatt; center field; Thompson, Don Brown, Neil iii ffJ//// lOIIDA GARDEN
Johnny Nichols; and right "I feel like we beat a very Crawford, and Lamar .
field David Kilby. fine St. Augustine ball club Williams. Jody Starling is a John Brown Price $477 EST CENTER
BHS also faces Ocala Van- and we are getting a good strong seventh and Bobby h. ,
guard on home ground Tues team effort and everybody Taylor is in eight place.At 50 Lb. onTioi ,539 East Call St.
day, starting at 4 p.m contributed greatly to successas our last meeting we had Mobile Home Center Bag 1 (,Mania( a. P11..964.574525ORGANIC$391
well as winning the five new members join the
championship" says Coach club. Taylor John Crissman COMPLETE-PROFESSIONAL
Cagers Vie Sexton. Harold Skeen, R. F, Bryant; 473-3775: : Keystone
SCORE BY QUARTERS: All these men are capable of
Cocoa. e BHS 12 19 14 9-54 upsetting the top six, so my
_ on your devil horse and ride

ference"We are title.glad we don't haveto Berry Bradford 2-0-4.: Hampton Baker 8-1-17 3-0-6" hard You to better the finish.plan to fish the The Qotttag Feet People' FOOD he Qunlitq Food People'

play Bradford in the first Moody 1-0-2, Sewell 4-1-9, last "Five" if you plan to stay Ifc'ffllEld
game, says Coach Nelus." Hodge 7-0-14, Bright 0-2-2, alive.) .
BHS is the team to beat this Ross 0-0-0 Berry 0-0-0, Green Looking back over the last BEEF REGULAR GRIND IMMiUfcJM
year." 0-0-0,Aldridge 000. Totals 25- seven tournaments is nothingbut FAIR M
"We are looking forward to 454. history. If your fishing RUnprBi H \Jn
the tournament and we are 'lay High: Hunter 1-0-2 tactics seem to be letting you SIRLOINSTEAKS UiFHiJ ELECTRIC PERKCOFFEE
looking for some good Brittingham 5-6-16, Kirkland down just dig to the bottom of
defensive play," commented 204. Maxwell 1-2-4, Tobler 2- your tackle box and pull out SUPERMARKETS I
Coach Nelus. "We can be a 04. Totals 11.8.30.Starke the ugly one. Tie Mr. Ugly on STARKE [
contender with our defense. and try him for a change. He
.", could change your luck.
The Tornadoes have been Man Dies Speaking of luck I understand WALNUT ST.
led this year by 6'4 Donnie Earl Muse had some vinroAv. LOW mici s.GOOD SIVINDAY
--!; WCIK IOMUI UV1 0000 l
Sewell who has been After RobberyA Saturday when he lost a string THflU MAftCM* I"M QUANTITY HIOHTSnisinvio '
averaging 14.9 points per of bass, or did Harold cut the $158 1 89

game while averaging 15.5 Starke man, Tom Gunterwas line.Fish in GIlD wi in fitiittt u Kctet BAGCOUPONS
rebounds a game. victim of are biting real good U.S.II.I FOOD STAMP
strong arm
a a
Milton Baker is next in Dunn's Creek and the St.
scoring with an average of and robbery noon last Monday Sunday he died night at, Johns River. Specs and breamare
ttlva: also.Fishing is goodin
12.4 points per game. Bradford biting
the County Hospital.
Hampton has been getting 10.6 Crescent Lake, but the wind
points a game. Sheldon Hodge Charged robbery'with was the Arthur strong was a factor Saturday Tte Qoaliii| Feed, Ptepb EveryDayLowPrice / BonusBuyU.

9.8;"and Wayne Berry eight., ,,arm Jones.,-Jr*. 35,of Lawtcy?This .flur ,cjub ,.MI1l,. qaye, A.,,. .fI
ffMgp has been averaging charge may change and other drawing May 20 fgJ.three BONELESS BEEF BEEF BLADECHUCK FLORIDA GRADE A S. NO. 1
rebounds a game and Berry' different prizes..A Mitchell 410
be made.
..8.6: arrests might Rod and Reel, a Zebco Car- FRESHFRYERS WHITEPOTATOES
dinal, and an Umco tackle
Hampton JLakeSubdivision- box., STEAKS ROAST

Henry Block WHOLE
I ; P000 PAIN
PlansPlans has 17 reasons ::ill; El flMqfYSelasfe1aF1111e i 2 BAG PER

why,you should

Hampton for Oaks a new on subdivision the south: stamps dicated, was by 200000.documentary. come to ,us fur .. D rf/atk TMQelagh IPNFi. .. IvcryDtvLowPric Tseolsgf tP.pl EveryWyll/trprke BonurBuy
east side of Hampton Lake income tax CHUCK GROUNDBEEF run ONfllM.!!. AfSOHTIDPork BONELESS ""' C.'"
were outlined by L. K. Ed- The plat shows 13 lakefrontlots CHUCK POTROAST LoinCHOPS BEEF FLORIDA FRESH
wards III, of Keystone and 25 upland lots rangingin help. STEAKS./.4.01 ...*InN MIOUMO N MtCIta ORANGES CELERY
Heights, sales agent for the size from one to almost two TO l lP
JTOt $28 ..,
1 t
development meeting of at the Tuesdaynight's County acres. Reason 16. We'll try to CD::>> 88c $0'cue.A 69c IIiIIt'128 .10 LB 98c "Q III aces 4c ucl. : 17c
do everything we
Zoning Board.As Edwards said the
presented by Edwards, developers would be ready to to save you money. Ev DayLowPrkc IIQ...U. plat plans exceed zoning start grading roads as soon as After all we want your IE''TY ';NOCI.N swss, M'SS' ..u........ L YK KING COLEVEGETABLES FRESH
board requirements as to the plat, which will be pre- business again next CAKE COCOA OlO..HIO..OO ri FLORIDAGRAPEFRUIT
minimum lot size street sented at the March 3 County year. MIXES MIX i
back lines is NI
specifications set Commission meetln "

and and standards pumps.In for septic tanks approved.their o.k.If ,Commissionersgive there will be a ,. ) ,' SSe -wu, ,89' s: '0" 5/$1 ,. 9C EACH 9COMPARE' <

meeting.a statement Edwards after said the the verbal subdivision agreement streets to if acceptthe they '....
restricted subdivision to homes would with be a meet specifications.No T Beef Liver a sswavjr 69Boneless Hams ::'-c:.. f431e..' Skinless Franks r: :::rc' 69cI..'

minimum of around with cost 1.200 of rezoning will be Smoked Picnics. .:!o".--"?" 68cUP Perch Fillets Iw.eY1..u. 69e79e 10' Sliced Bologna ';:sa; 'N'O'' 89C45e ,.

square lot Included feet which,would place themin property required is since classified most as of Open the -KMJS1TNI( LOCK Sliced BolognaUTO.MPl1.r99: ; 10' Roll Sausage s.?:;,cu.p':: 10' Chipped Meats ,i/.7.r>, .

The the $35,000-plus 67-acre site range.was pur- zoned Rural with RIB some, requiring on the lake a '118 iMeem N.WALNUT TAI OIOPLO Cottage Cheese "srsr 89* .. Turkey Loaf ; ::.L $1"a Cooked Ham co:::::. .:o:-* '1" :JCr

chased Mr. and In Mrs.December Lynn 1973 Hall from andR. minimum lot size of .20,000 964-8286 Sliced Bacon ::r:".'" 99j 10' Pork Shldr Roast .LAD 0!TON-U' 8at 10' Cheese Slices :got[:MIDI-"'D 89 10'
feet for a single resi- Open 9-6 Mon-Sat
square '
N. Hall by J. Brooks Brown dence. Turkey::*':::.. OtlKN MADIA" PVIOHN-LS. AQ* '0' Fried Fish Sticks i 'i.1oc..o.11t: zoo Orange Juice '",. 98EveryDayLowPrice 1.:
and Jack M. Courtnay. 3599
University Blvd., Jackson-
ville., Purchase price, as In- T The Quality/ Feed Pnpfe T EveryDayLowPriceMUSSELMAN



BUTLER A con- & 7/l -3/89/ POLYBAG 2 LB
granted tinuance in until the April murder has trial been of Increasing Your, Yearly

Raymond Stone accused of the Income Approximately $1,000
slaying of Mrs. Jacqueline COMPARE! ,OUD Oil MlCllt IVMV LOW. W'TO78c COMPARE '''::: 1 1' uprp5JJ9 COMPARE PKP', :ro
Joanna Smith last August. Have $20,000 Worth '
Circuit Judge A.. H. Mur- : 0 Monogram Rice : a 10, Peanut Butter MCM",:'" 30i3l Aim Toothpaste :Nu 2/M/ .AY'',
motion by
phree approved a Life, .insurance' Vanilla Extract '" .' 10. Pride ", Vaseline Loticn' 59C IAV
defense attorneys for a delay : IYI'H 69c Pantry Catsup. : / Tr..r.1.: .

of the trial in order to have Enjoy RecreationalFacilities ,' r ii.I ''
Roast-N-Boast Muffins
more time In preparation of Pantry Pride Wipes :n 49c79c 10. na 4/l/ English : ?.. Oil ,

the Stone's case. trial was first .At Camp Blanding. Pantry Pride Cups c"'.:- 20, Dill Pickle Chips ,':: 'N;: 43c .. Glazed Donuts h.-"'.;:;:: 59* AVi

scheduled postponed until for February December 24,, Also PX Privileges' Foam Cups -'::" 59 10. French Cr'n Beans H'! ; 3/89c/ 110, Beef Stew ss: :: 69 "!..

and has now been reset for An Excellent Retirement bcryD.1yLowPrK", '100 ,.... ....... b ryo.yLowPrIC 1100 ,.... ,..,.. b"ryDJyLowPrK, ; :

April. '1975. ,,,. .,,,,, .
Grand Jury' '" OJ" ''' '''' ><" '
A Union County Policy. Pantry
returned In indictment STEWED PEANUT CUT SWEET VIENNA: Pride c 1.-.t

the kidnap-murder of Mrs. How? The National Guard Offers ,
Smith of Providence, the ',. 3/l $139 49c ... 29c ''I.,.o,, 99c .
small .
mother "of three This And MoreQualified ",
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children.Stone, a farm laborer andformer .I.+i4h AMb rtnrylaylwRla ReI"A&,.,., aMrlas n..feII&. ..... (; FOLDER;S 1
prison inmate who Personnel" May Enlist PYREX LAM RIONI"'"" BANQUET .VINO1Z1 .OOUI... "" I .
4O< "
the Smith family, PIZZA DUTCH A." COFFEE I
resided I
disappeared on the same date 23. Now Call;(W4-5328), )) ',Or Visit. The; AKIWARIAMOOTIO. .":':'".:.:::.:-.. POT..._PIES... [..IAD nrn.w PIE. a LS VACUUM CAN ,
Mrs. Smith last OFF _. .,
as IIf '
WITH fmt.ou {OO*OM.V
Following the Issuance of a c=. 119 '77c.1. z-31'1 ?".". 79c. .. ,PAMTNT PAHM'''''TO M'TMM .I 0'
ration wide alert Missouri Stone was and Nfi Armory, .'11 1.1'< 1*t1\j.\ c. ."_..u..n _, _, __:'Y.KN11/.YR. ;.::.= r'y, i,
apprehended in .' ,
returned to Florida I and '. I
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City Hearing

tt""' "i Letters to the Editor. .. County Notebook Agents Bobby By ..... \ On Zoning- Merger,

i ; h Taylor STARKE, City com- performed by his office had
: :: Fox Hunting Legal, But 'Annoying'The : missioners agreed to ad- already been taken over by
vertise for public hearing to the county mentioning

. ( following letter was The game warden has been Fox hunting, when done in 11 beheld Tuesday, March 18, on specifically the assessment of
: written by a resident of the told about this, but does not do compliance with the rules and There is a lot of interest in Two of the more important the question of abolishing the city taxes by the county the
. ,' New River section to the anything about it. Please do regulations of the Game and corn production this year even nematodes that attack field city zoning board and transferring collection of city taxes by the
:; : Governor's Office. The letter what. you can. Fresh Water Fish Commission though fertilizer seed and corn are the sting and stubby its, activities and county the registration of city
: was referred to the Florida"I Signed: The Peopleon is a perfectly other inputs are higher than root nematodes. These two functions to the full time staffof voters by the county, and the'
l Game and Fresh Water Fish New River legitimate and popular sport. I ever before. To be profitable nematodes are frequentlyfound the county zoning board. abolishment of the city'smunicipal
Commission who requested Most fox hunters are interested I must use the latest in the light sandy soils court system, now
growers After a lengthy discussionon handled the all of
in perpetuating this of central and northern by county,
f that It be published in the GAME COMMISSION and best management
';, Telegraphs together with the REPLY TO LETTER pastime and make every practices available to make Florida. Damage from sting several proposals on the which called for the ex-
Commission's reply.) attempt to avoid any Interference their corn crop a successful nematodes can be very controversial matter com penditure of more money and
Editor Telegraph: with other citizens' operation.One severe. This nematode is very mission action was tabled and was an inconvenience to city
" i PROTEST HUNTERS rights. This Includes huntingin damaging to young seedlings.. the decision made to get the residents.The .
'. RUNNING/ DOGS Enclosed is a letter receivedby remote and secluded areas such management It may attack germinatingseed public's reaction on the
I this office via the Office of away from occupied housing, disturbance and doing practice might be to control at the root tip preventingits proposed consolidation. City of Starke is the
Dear Sir: the Governor. As the letter is etc. In the event there is a nothing-I feel sure this is nematodes Hit is determinedthat emergence or it may stop A.vigorous objection on the only municipality in the

'- .. The people of New River are unsigned by a returnablename disturbance created by fox true, except that the officer they have been present in the growth of nearly all of the move was voiced by City county whose building permit I,
complaining about the hunters and address we are hunters it can usually beeliminated explained that enforcement of the corn field. Plant parasitic newly developing roots. Clerk Merrill Edwards who and,building inspection ser
their all and by contacting the disturbance of the peace laws nematodes can cause vice is not handled by the
running dogs day replying through your paperin Plants may stand in the field said it would cost the city
night so that we cannot rest hope the reply will be usedin hunters and explaining the were not within the scope of significant yield losses in corn for weeks without increasing more and more money. county zoning board. Lawtey,
.' I or sleep. This occurs mainly your letters column, thus problem.As his responsibility, and unless' in Florida. Nematodes feed on much in size. Other Hampton and Brooker city
down the Redding Road in eventually reaching the for the local wildlife there is a game law violation plant roots thus decreasingthe nematodes known to be If the plan is eventually put governments have already
. ; Bradford County. correspondent. officer being told about the involved there is little plant's ability to take up pathogens- l corn include Into effect the city will be entered into agreements with,
1 assistance he can offer.If necessary plant nutrients and root-knot 'and lesion required to make payment of the county zoning board to
water. nematodes. $3,600 to the county on an handle those services for the I
the problem is as seriousas
annual with the .
basis municipalities.In
the letter implies and of nematode
; 4ICIIlJll ..:I JlitlallJl ................................ ........................ discussion with the hunters damage Symptoms in field corn include Nematicides should be zoning board taking of over the other matters at
failed I the applied at-planting with a responsibility issuing
has suggest growth reduction, thin stands, building Tuesday's meeting, the
j contact the in nematicide-insecticide ap permits on any commissioners
complainants premature wilting dry :
I construction within the city
Bradford County Sheriff's weather, and nutrient- plicator.Apply the nematicide
office to' determine if the deficiency symptons. Corn In a band approximatley 12. and providing a building inspector -Deferred action on' the
If DYds Failure disturbance of peace laws yields are lowered in direct inches wide just in front of the as provided. by purchase of a new bucket
apply in this case. relationship to the level of planter shoe. If disk-openers, statute. truck for the. city utility
nematode infestation and the shovels or sweeps are used to department, after hearing a
"Hoping i to have been of some open>a seed furrow, the The county zoning board report from the city clerk on
of root injury.
Act Is NowWherever assistance I amount material should be would return to the city all of the
Time to am. Typically, the pattern of placed fees collected for building the financial position
Sincerely yours, damage will appear in behind the furrow opener. utility funds. Edwards said
Placing the nematicide in the permits issued in the city. the high cost of diesel fuel and
Lt. L. F. RossignolInformationEducation irregularly shaped pockets
collected in
$3,100 was
seed furrow in contact. with the non-availability of natural
legislative pre-session irresponsible behavior. "At the same Officer greatly varied in size. the seed is not recommendedsince building permit fees last year, gas during January as the''

hearings were held last week, weary time, don't punish- the youths suffer Recent research has shown some phytotoxicity to Edwards said. i I reason for the deficit in the

legislators heard pretty much the same the natural consequences of their INHUMAN/ TREATMENT that sting nematodes can be the corn plant can occur, The city would also save utility account.In .

story from law enforcement officers and behavior," says Dr. Glasser. economically .controlled on particularly with Mocap 10G. $2,100 now being paid to a part an effort to hold the line
school officials Editor Telegraph: field corn by using time building inspector.In the finances
: nematicides. Results of experiments Treatment is suggested if on city's Mayor -
But what the law enforcement officersare I am writing because I havea conducted over a corn is planted in a field lieu of consolidation the Commissioner Charles

i -Florida's new Division of Youth Ser- most concerned about is just how few things that I would like two year (1972-73) period in a known or suspected to be city zoning board recommended Schaefer called for a half in

vices is "a total failure; juvenile crimi- this concept would apply to cases wherea for the people of Lawtey and grower field near Alachua, infested "ith sting or stubby the employment of a personnel of new
root nematodes. Soil samplescan full time zoning director to be and Instructed the
to know. showed that
surrounding area Florida corn
nals are rapidly increasing in numbers serious crime, such as murder, has treated with nematicide be used in diagnosing a employed by the city. department heads to

and youthful offenders no longer fear been committed and a youth of 17 yearsor My property is close to the produced 77 percent a more nematode problem on field Edwards, in opposing the discontinue the use of overtime

lawmen or the courts because they are younger is the suspect. Lawtey dump, and on a grain in 1972 and 46 percent corn. Contact the county proposed consolidation, said except in cases of- extreme -

confident nothing will be done to punish number of occasions and, I have more in 1973 than untreated. extension agent for details. that other functions formerly emergency.
found small puppies cats
them.This from Bradford County The way' the law is now applied, according whose eyes are not even open corn. --me. Bradford: County;

Sheriff Dolph Reddish. to Sheriff Reddish, the investi- yet, left to die a slow and lingering Development Authority has
.\ gating officer would take the youth to death. agreto provide the

-There is no cooperation on the part the county jail, have him fingerprinted these ani- necessary land for a new
I have brought QE DIJ!) L E 011' Oaa0p0a0 J : p Softball field, according to city
of Division of Youth Services with the and photographed for a confidential file mals home and tried to find attorney George Pierce. The

school system in solving problems of and notify the DYS office in Gainesvilleby homes for them. Right now I I'' Authority voted to deed half

juvenile delinquency.- from Union phone. After that, a"referral" form is have eight puppies that were its acreage of a parcel of land
left to die. For the last two weeks we should not insist They need her
The family companionshipand located on the Edwards
County Superintendent of Schools filled out on the case and either given to Loop
have been discussing several that their'alcoholic do what help. She should not set
road with the possibility of
I I James Cason. a DYS representative in Starke, if one is This Is cruel and inhuman
things the family of an alco- they think will help his drink- her heart on reforming her the remaining half being
present, or the form may be mailed to treatment.she So please you her. holic should not do in their ing problem.' If patience and husband, because she probably transferred next year.,
--The Division of Youth Services Gainesville. At this point DYS has the have locked a dog else, keep have her, attempts to help their alco- understanding are present, will be unable to do so if
assumes the role of "juvenile public sole responsibility of deciding whether spayed,up so that more animals, holic recover from his the alcoholic will almost he realizes this, no matter The acreage will provlde-
disease. This week we will the subject how hard she tries.. the
bring for In-
always up enough
defenders.. they do not cooperate with the youth shall be placed in a juvenile will be spared a death like talk about some of the things himself. When he does, the stallation space of two Softball fields'

the law.This from Union County detention center and held for a later this. Christine HughesP. the family can do to help the family should avoid criticizinghim. The wife can develop an with ample parking for both.

Sheriff John Whitehead.And hearing, or shall be released in the custody .O. Box 8 alcoholic make a start toward Instead, they should let attitude of patience, good -Complaint calls

of his parents. Under the proce-- Lawtey, Fla.f! recovery.. him see that they than want critical.to be temper is not, and an easy understanding.This thing to do., averaging 30 per day were

so on down the line. Whether ally dure, as now practiced, DYS claims the The attitude of the family helpful Alcoholics rather to patienceand and will require much prac- handled by the Starke Police
of,the complaints are justified or not. sole responsibility for detention or non- CONGRATULATIONS toward the alcoholic and his understanding, just as tice. It can be done, however Department for the period
'" problem,,is often the key that and 'it often?;,brings results beginning January 15 thrppghFebeuary
and without hearing from the Division of detention' of the" juvenile; hd" lias" Dear Mr. Matthews:. will unlockhe door that leads they hive deep resentmentof when''nothing else will. Under/ 14j ,according td a
Youth Services in its own defense;; 'we' 'authority to release him to the custody'of th'J 1 f to recovery: If the family is any iticism. The alcoholic standing that he has a'disease report by POlice Chtef Jimmy

can only conclude that where there is so his parents, even in cases involvingthe official Congratulations recognition of on the Old properly informed as to the will usually seriously from the consider family will help; studying reliable Bowen. He said that his I

much flack there must be some flaws. most serious crimes.If : Bradford Courthouseas nature of alcoholism and whatit suggestions If those suggestions are books and pamphlets pub- department had responded to
County a total of 89 calls during the
The opinions of these officials seem to an important historical site does to the alcoholic, a sym-and made when he feels that lished by the National.\Councilon period, resulting in a total ,of

reflect the feeling of the man (and the juvenile is detained, a hearing is and its addition to the pathetic, understanding attitude should understanding is unquestionably Alcoholism or by Alco- 103 cases being filed.-
holics will I be of
woman) in the street that juvenile crimeis set at some later date at which time the Places.As National. Register of Historic' not be too difficult to attain. present.the He must wants feel great value.Anonymous It is possible for
out of hand completely out of court has the option of deciding whetherto is that in strongly that family -Mayor Schaefer chargedthe
entirely There no question only to help him, and at the the wife to have a full and use- school board with
J control, and whatever is being done handle the case administratively, Secretary of State, I was most cases it will pay divi- same time that they are not ful life, even if her husband its failure to inform the neglectby city

about it is (judging from published statistics without a trial, or it may be turned over committed to the preservationof dends, for alcoholics warmth respond and condemning or criticizing him continues to drink. of electrical connection
) pitifully ineffective. for further action by the state attorney's is Florida's gratifying landmarks now to, and see it gratefully understanding just as they when they him.If make. suggestionsto Next week we will continue requirements on, school

I office. another property from the respond resentfully to what help to discuss things the familycan renovation projects at the

Sheriff Reddish minced no words in Sunshine State awarded this they consider criticism and the alcoholic is a husband, do to truly help their alcoholic Southside and Starke

his presentation to the legislative dele- The lack of local input'' into the proceedings national distinction. blame. the wife should not permit his disease.recover from his said Elementary the city Schools had been:Schaefer placed

gation at last week's hearing in which he and the tendency in the past to Cordially, The first thing the family of drinking with to children spoil her relation-friends., -O.W.M. of having to buy
voiced disillusionment, dissatisfaction, handle these matters by long distance Richard (milk; ) StoneU. alcoholic should do is to ship or materials at a much higher

and a deep-seated feeling of frustrationover telephone is the sorest point with local .S. Senator find out all they can about the cost in getting the jobs

what he termed the present ineffective law enforcement officers. Sheriff disease. Strangely enough, completed, because sufficient
few families bother to do this, time had not been allowed for
system of dealing with juvenile Reddish says that since the new proce- ................... ........... simply because they have the city to call for bids on the
offenders. dure was adopted three consideredthis materials.
years ago never seriously
neither he nor any of his deputies-! (!J(5U( EEiJW f concept. They have not

d "Back in the days when these cases men who have actually investigated the regarded alcoholism as a Schaefer requested permission

were handled by a local juvenile judge, crimeshave ever been subpoenaed to QPPOO33[ disease.alcoholic They as being think just of plain their no bills amounting to defer to payment$4,217 until of

we had a workable, responsible system, testify in cases involving even the most 'good, or sorry. They think of j I the matter could be taken up
j where you knew who was accountablefor serious juvenile offenses. "In spite of so- William Haas him as having no will power, .with the school board at their

what; Reddish said. "Since DYC called 'home rule,' which we hear so Veterans Service Officer or as being an inferior human next meeting, at which time

took over jurisdiction in these cases, the much about this is just another instanceof We are getting closer and being. Their alcoholic stands j he would Share ask the the additional school boardto
buck is passed back and forth from a state bureaucracy taking the ad- closer to the April 15th very little chance of recover > with\ the city.
as long as they have dh
Starke to Gainesville, until everyone is ministration of local affairs out of the deadline for income tax filing. tude. although some alco- ,w

floundering around without knowing hands of local officials Reddish declares. which Here, are will a help few suggestions in holics have always recovered IAv j -City Zoning Board
you your Chairman A.. L._
what is who is in spite of their families. This Crosby, Jr.
L going on, or responsible filing of income taxes: reported the resignation of
for what the Sheriff said. "The last time I in has usually been through a
placed a juvenile In general, veterans spiritual awakening, and this : Levy Lennon.from the zoning
jail they took an appeal to the district benefits are exempt from has been true ever since man 1 :',4' ". board..

\{It According to Reddish. DYC takes the court, and the court usually decides in federal income tax, and need first crushed grapes. :<.., ".( ...

,r position that a child cannot commit a favor of DYS in such matters" Reddish not be reported as income. I '< .
There are two prime !
crime, and this seems to be borne out in said. "They take the position that detention This income tax exemption sources of information the ''. ; \'!,.. .. IF.RA.NEWSJ
an article in the December newsletter of of juveniles is their sole responsi- applies to dividends and family can write to for guidance r' <

the Public Education and Involvement bility." proceeds from governmentlife One is the National, ,. Ever since the organization
insurance policies but Council on Alcoholism, 2 East n back In
District III Governor's
> Project. 1928 the FFA has
federal estate tax does applyto
York, N.Y
Commission on Criminal Justice Stan- The legislators last week said this was insurance dividends left on 103 Street New is Alcoholics., promoted and recognized the
The other one
dards and Goals. The article states that pretty much the same story they had deposit or credit with the Anonymous, Box 459, New FFA people in who have helped the

"All Florida Division of Youth Service heard at hearings in other counties, and Veterans Administration is York, N.Y. Either source of organizations many are ways.all The FFA
t / training school programs are based upon Sen. Buddy MacKay of Ocala declared considered be reported income on federal and Incometax must information if the family United States trying to help

I reality therapy." As explained by Dr. that something will have to be done returns. explains will their provide problem much .' people and to gain recognition

> William Glasser, a chemistturnedpsychiatrist about the problem at the upcoming honestly information, and guidance.. for their state or chapter.

who conducted a recent work- legislative session. Judging from the veterans Among benefits major tax are exempt com- Also, all Information from ",. Still forty-seven years later,,

"' shop on the subject the main task of increase in the rate of juvenile crime, pensation, pension, GI Bill either one of the above ". the FFA is recognized for its

"reality therapy" is to give children "the the legislature should lose no time in and other educational sources is completely reliable, 4 hard work and achievements..

strength they lack due to feeling worthless ; giving local law enforcement officials the assistance, including sub- and information will be the available most up-to-date on the The Bradford Chapter has

and unloved, and to encourage them power they had under the old system to sistence payments to disease. had recognition from state
vocational 1 .i
t'f to choose a positive behavior." When a deal effectively with this problem. If you trainees. rehabilitation and national levels throughoutthe

;1 positive behavior is chosen, the count agree with the hard-line thinking of There are numerous things'the past is years, and our
'chapter still
; selor should get the youth to write it Sheriff Reddish and other concerned Also exempt are grants to family can do to help its greater accomplishments.The trying for'
service disabled
,-,' i down get a commitment on paper, and officials, let your legislators know before eligible for veterans 'alcoholic. The first basic principle '
( ( then don't ask for or accept excuses for time for the 1975 legislative session. homes and cars, and clothing of success is to never get Bradford FFA Chapter1
angry with him. Even thoughhe over 430.000 other FFA
allowances for veterans becomes unbearable, .... members in the United States
whose prosthetic devices tend patience and good temper are planning activities to
to wear out or tear their toward him are most THE SOARING SENSATION his tenth year of stardom support this years 1-FA theme
pRIQ' 6 BRADFORD cot clothing. necessary. Otherwise, his with Holiday on 'Ice, tile sensational Jimmy Croc tott bringsto 'A Chance For Growth.'h
-SINCE 1879- If you have any questions feelings of guilt and resent- the Ice stage peerless. elegance. In Interpretive style. to The FP'A baa challenged othe i
mi regarding the above or any ment will continue to build match Ills flawless technique. Jimmy. will be among the clubs In the Bradford '
p4 veteran matter contact the driving him further into his heMlllnert when the. Soils Anniversary edition of Holiday en School this i Friday Hilt,
Bradford County Veteran .mental disease. If a member Ice come to the cetedum In Jacksonville from Tuesday, ,competitive activities to
0 Service Office in the courthouse of the family should get angry, 1} March 11, through, Sunday, March ... For complete. detail, the glory. of the FFA week.end.
1S7$ all day Monday or attempt should be madeto .phone me. Coliseum telephone. u-ZM..
ON BOB a FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER Wednesday morning of each every prevent the alcoholic: from This tour marks the. third of Crockett with HotWay. ** Ia.Fwvsltater .' "-Chart(**Ferguson.Reporter-
Publish f This will be easier .have.been endowed wtth the. Interpretive. aMHty .
;"r week phone number 9645634.: realizing it. -
Pubaehed inch Thuad.y and emend w second On Matter at the Port Office at Starke, Flu. under Act Be sure to bring your for the family member who that. comet to naturally to Crockett m one moving sete. ..1.-.......-....-...............
J,,. of March 3. 1879. Veterans AdministrationClaim tends to become angry if he: Jimmy present .his. own Interpretation ef Jonathan" Uvtngs- ::ZAffluence .
ton Seagull'adoration of free. flight and Ills ley In tearing In reaches :
Subscription rate In tradlM per year: 3.50 six month" number. Service Serial remembers that the alcoholic: equilibrium: when the t
t i j Outside trade area: 47 per year: M.OOtix month number or dale of birth and is a' very sickperson,' and % the shy Another number will ... Crockett pair. with JudyMcLeed rhusband: spends -all his:
.l Phone 984-< Starke Be.aa.i.3r any papers claim. help patience "ihedow pair," a term which describe. prtner. who per1 :- ;:feiur 'thn repairing( thewife's .;
to complete your standing. 1 well In I.. ilabonavfag device: ,:
form IMNvMwally as ,a* narmnlewunltn.; ." .. '. r : ;

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February 27, 1975 TELEGRAPH P.... ii

I Awards, Fellowships Presented. :' ., Hospital Reopening- .,. .,. LA'w..rEY'I; ; :, : ::: I

At Rotary Club Ladies Night Plan Is ApprovedLAKE CHURCH ACTIVITIES by Elizabeth Terry Phil Eunice, of Graham.

Church of God: Sunday
While there she' attended
brother Hall
Elmer who is in
Presentation of nominations The nominations School 10 a.m. Worship Services church services with them.
were ment chairman. St. Vincent's Hospital, Jacksonville
for Foundation fellowshipsand announced by Tom Slade, Rotary president W. W. BUTLER Prospectsfor call for the complete 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. YPE ,'on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dinkins
the' annual Paul Harris chairman of Starke the future opening of the management of the hospitalby Wednesday 7:30: p.m. and David, of Augustine,
notary'sFoundation (Bill)) Hood served as master Friends of Rev: Walter
Fellow award highlighted the Committee. of-ceremonies,and extended a' Union General Hospital were HCF, to Include the hiring Faith ,Baptist) $ClJurch: : Mathis, of Middleburg, are spent Sunday with. .their
Starke Rotary Club's Fellow- After dinner entertainment welcome to Rotary Anns and given a boost Friday I af- and discharge of all employees Radio Program over WPXE happy to learn that he was parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl
ship Dinner and Ladies Night for the Ladies Night event was guests. Gilbert Goldwire led ternoon, February 14, when to be used in its Starke 8 a.m. Sunday. Bible released from St. Vincent's Carter, and Mrs. Mary Din-
program at the Starke Golf provided by a Barbershop the opening Pledge of Alle- the Board of Trustees operation. IICF will assume School 10 a.m. Worship Ser Hospital, Jacksonville, on kins, and sister, Mrs. Jim
and Country Club last Friday Quartet, The Hogtown giance, and Rev. Ben Bryant unanimously approved a plan the responsibility of attempting vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: pm. Friday. Burton, who is visiting her
night. Howlers, of Gainesville, who gave the invocation. proposed by Health Care to collect past due Prayer Meeting Wednesday SP4 and Mrs. Vernon mother, Mrs. Dinkins. Other
Singled out for the Fellow sang old favorites, as well as Each Rotary Ann and visiting Facilities; Inc., of Fort accounts of the hospital that 7:30: p.m. Bible Study. Mobley, Jr., of Fort Benning, guests were Mr, and Mrs.:
award was Al Crosby,Jr., who Lauderdale have 'Grace United Methodist: Horace Cox of Waldo
an original number based on lady was given an attractive to re-open the remained dormant since Ga., spent the weekend with on
was lauded for his service in the tobacco auctioneer's, favor featuring the facility which has been closed it's closing last May. Boxx Sunday School 9:45: a.m. their mother Mrs. Vernon Sunday afternoon, and her
many Rotary offices and his chant. The quartet was intro- Rotary emblem. since May 1974. said that revenues derived Worship Services 11 a.m. and Mobley and family.Mr. nephew ,and niece?',Mr, and
interest in and assistance with duced by Ken Platt, entertain Bernie Boxx, managerial from past due accounts wouldbe 6:30: p.m. United Methodist and Mrs. '''Edward Mrs. Joseph Smith, of Jack
various projects.' The award consultant of HCF, requestedand applied first on about Fellowship 6:30: p.m. Choir Roberts and sons, and Mrs. sonville.
was made by Col. Harry M. the trustees approved a 90 $41,000 of the hospital's accounts Practice 7:30: p.m. Wednes Beulah Norman, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Beach of

Hatcher, Jr., last year's day period for the hospital payable."It day.Third Leto and family, and Mr. and Jacksonville, spent Sunday
Fellow recipient. HOME NOTESFROM firm Sunday in Lent is afternoon with their
management to secure appears that we may Mrs. Bill Medes of Starke was parents,
Receiving nominations for the services of a minimum of have to in as much as Communion. Sermon Topic is last week Mr. and Mrs. J, F. Robertson
Rotary Foundation fellow- YOUR EXTENSION HOME two physicians to serve the $50,000 0 rut money to get "Consecration." camping overnight and sister, Mrs. Edith
ships were Miss Linda Rock- i Union County area. under way. But we are willing United Methodist Women end.Mrs.. Marie Steitz returnedto Swinney. .
well,a teacher of handicapped Zt dMi& ECONOMICS AGENT '/"We have several tentative to take the risk," Boxx said. met at the home of Mrs. Frank her home at Lake Nurse N. Mrs.. Allene"/Armstrong,
children in Bradford High commitments from Newly appointed board Coss with Mrs. Olin as co- J. after six weeks Mrs.J. M. McClellan and Mrs.
School, and Jerry McGriff, an iiJLG physicians who have indicatedan members J. Felton Smith hostess on Tuesday night, with her spending and daughter-in- Flossie Rosier, visited their
instructor in the science BY KATHY BROWN interest in moving into the Do Archer, E. M. Hale, and Feb. 18, with 15 ladies present. law Rev.son and Mrs. John Steitz uncle, W. A. Raines, in
department of BHS. community," Boxx said. Mrs. ,Ruth Poppell joined The meeting was called to and, Brad Suwannee Valley Nursing
son harper
Miss Rockwell was PATTERNED CARPETIt rooms. "Without doctors acceptable Acting Chairman J. D. Griff is, order by Mrs. George Mrs. Daisy Boch Lynn and Home Center1. at Jasper -on-
recommended for the to the the hold-over member Roberts, Sr., as president. '
Rotary has been predicted that To determine pattern 'styleor communitythere only Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson spent Saturday (r.
Foundation Teachers of The printed carpet may capture motif in a room: all designin would be no point in our from the previous board, for Devotional was given by Mrs. the weekend with her son-in- Mrs. Pierce Crews and her
Handicapped Fellowship, and half the style market in the a room should speak the coming here. We are confidentin Friday's meeting. Meetingwith Coss. This was a program law and daughters, Mr. and sister, Mrs. Onie Thornton
will be in competition for final next few years. Recent same or similar language or the ability of our Boxx and the trustees meeting so there was no busi- Mrs. Virgil Griffis, and attended services on Sundayand
selection against other technological advances have have a similar feel. Too much organization to provide the were county commissioners ness session. The programwas family, and Mrs Maines were guests of her son-in-
teachers of handicapped in the given new flexibility to carpet mixing of motif would be like physicians needed and the Chairman D. E. (Skip) given by Mrs. T. L:. Griffis and children, of law and daughter, Mr. and
Florida area from Pensacolato design. This is being used to putting several people in a management expertise to Woodington, Paul M. Riherd Wainwright, after which Palatka.Mr. Mrs. W. F. Atwood and
Jacksonville. She is a gra- give printed carpets a fresh room, no two speaking the operate an excellent hospitalfor Clyde Crews and Gerald refreshments were served by and Mrs. Earl Mosley family. .
duate of the University of look which is appealing to same language. There wouldbe Union County and the Griffis Clerk Robert A. the hostesses.. spent Saturday with their Mr and Mrs. Chuck Moore
Florida in special education, .many customers. confusion. surrounding area/ Boxx told Driggers and County attorney The next meeting will be brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Bob, of Lake City and
and is formerly of Belle As has been learned from If you really like printed the trustees. Hal Y. Maines. held at the church on March 4, and Mrs. Warren Johns, of Mrs. Danny Thompson Kevin
Glade. kitchen carpeting, printed carpeting, and we do find such The management contract 10 a.m. Jacksonville. and Brian of Jacksonville
McGriff was recommendedfor carpet is a good performancechOice. beautiful ones now, don't be agreement, first proposed "For the enlightenment of 'Highland Baptist Church: Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Normanof spent Saturday with their
a Rotary Foundation Gra- More and more it is afraid to try it.Of course if the verbally by HCF, and outlinedin the new trustees who were not Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. Jacksonville, were Saturday parents !Mr. and Mrs Fred
duate Fellowship, and will being treated with a soil carpet is the.only furnishingyou a special joint meeting of here when the management Worship Services 11 a.m. and overnight guests of their Moore. They enjoyed a cook-.
compete for final selection resistant finish carpet are replacing, be very the trustees and the county agreement was first 6 p.m. Prayer Meeting Wed- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo- out in the yard. .
against others in the Pensa- protector. The trend of really careful that your total commissioners last discussed, may I clear up a nesday 7 p.m. nard Norman and brother Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee
cola Jacksonville area. living all over the house decorating effect is pleasantin November, has been reducedto point for their Information?" School t Church+ : and sister-in-law, Mr. and and John were in Enigma Ga.
McGriff, a resident of Starke, makes this treatment evermore color, motif and scale., a 15 point document whose asked attorney Maines of Sunday 9:45: a.m. Mrs.Carl Norman and family. last Saturday to help Mrs Eva
has a BS degree from Livingston important. : terms and provisions were Boxx. Worship Services 11 a.m. and Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Boyette; Harris. )Kohcrl's{ aunt,, ,celebrate -
State College, Alabama, Can't you see how printed KNOW YOUR NEEDS approved last Friday by the "Let's assume that the 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting Wed- Jr. and family were Saturday her 85th birthday.
and a Master's Degree from carpets can open up a whole BEFORE YOU CARPET hospital trustees. hospital has been opened and nesday 7 p.m. evening supper guests of their Mr. and !Mrs Fred Moore
the University of Florida, new world of decorating Buying a carpet or rug is a Further approval of the HCF has operated for several parents, Mr., and Mrs. O. 'J. visited Bob Taj lor in Brad-
where he is currently workingon possibilities? Here are some major investment you live agreement between HCF and months and have an PERSONALS Boyette, Sr., of Lake City ford County Hospital and Mr.
his Doctorate. Originally Ideas in how to use printed with for a long time. You wantto the trustees will be required operational deficit of -say, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mrs. Frank Taylor of Hanover and Mrs. Paul Carter, last
from Bigmingham, Ala., he carpet. be satisfied for just as long. from the State Division of $50,000. Whose liability willthat Starling, Wayne and Melissa Ind., was a guest of her Sunday afternoon ,
has been in the local school 1. To determine scale: If The more you know about Health and Rehabilitative be. The board's or HCF'- and their mother, Mrs. Ola son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
system for approximatelythree the design in your carpet is your carpet before you buy it Services. The approval of that s?" quizzed attorney Maines. Starling, spent Sunday with and Mrs. Paul Lock and Smokey Says: .
years. small and delicate, other the better satisfied you wili agency is required becausethe "It will be HCF's: their son-in-law and daughter, family Monday through
constructed Mr. and Mrs. Andy Harvey, of
hospital was obligation, Boxx replied."I .
prints in the room should be Friday. THANKS FOR HELPING-
.similar in scale. A large print are some tips for' partially with Hill-Burton thought it might be wellto Perry.Friends. Mrs. French and Jerry Wil-
administeredby of Bennie Wilkison, FOREST FIRES
ANNOUNCEMENTDr. maximum satisfaction from hospital funds have the new members
would overpower the carpet kison and children, of Jack-
design. For example, if your your carpets and rugs: that agency. Boxx indi- hear you say that," Maines a former resident of Lawtey, sonville, were Sunday dinner T S'PAST Yl AR Lticei
carpet design is medium in Before you buy, be sure you cated that the provisions of said. now of Jacksonville, regret to guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. L. ti
James E. Penning- size, and you want striped know what your family will be the agreement has been The management learn that while switching on Wilkison,' Sr. Other guests
discussed with that the railroad, the air hose on
wallpaper, the shouldbe doing in the room you're previously agreement provides were their son and daughter-
ton announces the availability stripe
of medium scale-neither carpeting. Different types of officials of HRS and that he either party may terminatethe the engine burst Friday and in-law,' Mr., and Mrs. Donald
of the Town & fine or very' large. carpet have different per- did not expect any problems in contract by giving written broke both of his jaw bones on Wilkison.
very certain minor notice to the other each side. He is in much
formance traits. getting changes party 90 very
Mobile 2. Basic for color scheme .Mrs AlleneArmstrong and
Country Veterinary With a' patterned carpet it Ask your County Extension approved by them. days prior to the terminationdate. pain and the family would daughter, Mrs. J. M. Mc- :

Clinic. The Clinic will be would be easy to pick up Home Economics Agent about Provisions of the agreement, appreciate friends and the relatives prayers in this of Clellan of Lakeland spent the

in Starke' on Wednesdaysand colors from the carpet to use the basic characteristics of weekend with her sister, Mrs.
in furnishings and ac- fibers, and construction. She .- community for him. Flossie Rosier.
Friday morning between can furnish information which Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Griffis of Plant
cessories. It be interesting Roy City,
the courthouse and to see how many will help you decide which Community Massey and family, their and was a Saturday overnight ? .
A. E.
father, Massey,
Pizza Hut on North Tern- different looking rooms wouldbe carpet is best for your needs John McMullen, of Jackson- guest of his cousins, Mr and' ) ,

rl'ble' Ave. Dr. Pennington developed based on the Expect 'some physical vil t.r\were ,Sunday 'dinner'\: ,Mrs. Mrs.Carl Harold Prevail.' Eunice. "spent-l I,i.
This is
same printed carpet. a & 'S6.ed1 y1D
r., chang sJai ,. >r. andMrSv H lea Uel U\t'\ ;
II"'"*"" good way-to really help a room you : rlJJ"ff r. ? lrundlly."mt' hero sotlPi'N i H '
z fjJI
may 5203.be"called'' a., ,I ,fojl reflect' you.J. printed carpet example rugs.. These, a ''are new natural.wool carpet For News' Chaudpin.Mr. and, Kejtyone Mrs. !Fred Jjelghts Moore! / "daughterinlawIr.and! Mrs.' I li-J l.L; { o'Iiv. (,"

can also serve as the coor
dinating element for adjoining will pill, or roll up tiny fiber spent the weekend with their
balls. This does not mean the brother and sister-in-law, Mr.
carpet is poor quality. Most ELIZABETH GIVENS WALKER and Mrs. Bruce Boyer, and
clipped carpets will shed for brother-in-law and sister, Mr.
the first vacuumings. SCHOOL NEWS son White pastor. Prayer and Mrs. Cecil Royal, of
ATTENTIONYour Sometimes a' carpet will Bradford County adults who Band and Prayer Meeting Tampa. PHARMACY SERVICE?
"sprout or shoot up a long wish to attend night classesare Monday night. Prayer Mrs. Onie Thornton and
fiber. Gently clip this off asked to call Vo-Tech for Meeting and Terry Service Mrs. Pierce Crews attended a

Future Is Now! don't pull.Vacuum. information, 9646150. Classes Wednesday night. Prayer special Appreciation Servicefor
or clean your rugs will be organized to meet the Meeting and Teaching Ser- the pastor, Paul Graham

and carpets on a regular needs of 15 students or more. vice Friday night. Sunday of Sardis Baptist Church, Theft, make this test. Visit or phone us
schedule, determined by use. The opportunity is here for services will start with Worthington Springs, on
Church School at 10 a.m. and and dinner on the the next time you need any medicine or health-
G. E. D. EXAMINATIONS will be Remember, even if a rug one to study for improvementfor Sunday
doesn't look dirty, gritty soil pleasure a better job or to Morning Worship at 11. At 8 ground with their sister, Mrs. I aid. Notice that you will be courteously greeted -

given March 3 through March 7, collects down in the pile. If get a high school diploma. p.m. a musical program will Waldo Pringle. attentively served and that you will get, _
you don't remove it, the dirt be presented. Public I invited. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dinkins exactly what you ask for.:'
1975. Applications for the will harm the carpet backing, DELL CHAPTER OES Baptistleliurch| < jh e m. and David, of St. Augustine,
shortening it's life. Remove The regular meeting of Dell Freewill Rev. were Sunday dinner guests of Try us for one month. You will be pleasantly

Examination must be made in spots and stains immediately. Chapter 168, OES will be held Jasper Williams pastor. their mothers, Mrs. Carl surprised to learn that friendly, dependable .
Finally, maintain a file of Thursday night, Feb. 27, at 8 Services began with Tiny Tots Carter and Mrs. Mary service Is the everyday rule in our store.
Advance. all information, receipts and p.m. All members are askedto rehearsal Monday night. Dinkins, and sister, Mrs. Jim
Once try us feel sure will want
product literature. If anything please be present. Tuesday night, Senior Choir Burton. Carl Carter is still in you we you
should go wrong; you can rehearsal. Wednesday night St. Vincent's Hospital, Jacksonville to make us your personal family pharmacy.,.

For. More Information Please Call refer to this information first. CHURCH NEWS Prayer Meeting. Thursday ,
New Hope Baptist Church, 'night Ladies Circle will meetat Mr.., and Mrs Walter YOU OR YOUR DOCTOR CAN PHONE US
------- home of Mrs. James Starling of Starke, were when you need a delivery. We will deliver' ,
964-6150 Bradford Rev. L. W.- Mosely pastor.
or Stop By
No one is immune from Church School 10 Prince. Prayer Band will Thursday dinner guests of promptly without extra charge. A treat many
Union Area Vocational-Technical heart disease. It can strike Morning Worship at 11. Af- meet at the Princes also. their sister, Mrs. LissieStarling people rely on us for their health needs. We
the young, the old, the in- ternoon service, 4 p.m. Friday night Junior Choir and their niece, Mrs. welcome accounts.requests for delivery service and charge

Center Starke Florida 32091 between. See your doctor Visitors always welcome., will meet at 6 p.m. for Elsie Norman.. ,
Mr. Morlah and PleasantGrove rehearsal. Sunday School Miss Esther Mason and .
21- 2/27 for a checkup and ask your United Methodist Teachers .m. Miss Minnie Burnett, of Jacksonville
'local Heart Associationhow Parish. Rev. Willie Stitt All teachers are asked to came by to call on j964-6757

to stay heart-healthy. minister. Services for Mt. please be present. Sunday Miss Arthurine Blanchardafter KOCH'S DRUG STORE
Moriah begin with Choir No. 1 services start at 9:30: with visiting her sister, Miss
.. --- -.-.- ...- .- ............. .r.... ........ I..n rehearsal Thursday at, 7:30.: Church School. Morning Enza Blanchard in Mac- PRESCRIPTION CHEMISTS
Church School, 10 a.m. Worship at 11. Dinner will be clenny Tuesday afternoon.Mr. .
"" r Morning Worship at 11:00: served at 12:30.: Evening and Mrs: Cecil 166 W. Call Starke, Fla.
GOOD Service, 6 p.m. Crawford and Mr. and Mrs.
'1" i) a a.m.Pleasant.' Grove services Greater Allan Chapel AME Les McClellan, visited their
o Church, Rev.' R. G. Hestie
t begin with Prayer Meeting
,,, Wednesday at 7:30.: Bible pastor. Prayer Meeting and ;;
NEWS rrRaa R Class Thursday at 7:30.: Class Meeting Tuesday night. I

NpQ r Church School, 10:00 a.m. The Friday night Rev. Walker and
Methodist Women will be in congregation from Green
lI0UID FECATTLEMEN charge of all 11:00 a.m. ser. Cove Springs will render '

vices.Mt. Pligah Methodist services bers are at asked 8 p.m.to All cooperatewith mem- ::I'I'I I'I :: '

Church, Rev. B. J. Franklin this activity. This effort I
Church School, 10 a.m. will go toward the Women'sDay

Alachua/ Millng'Enterprises / Communion Morning Worship will be at given 11 a.m.in terminate celebration Sunday,which March will 9. I Xa

both morning and afternoon, 4 'There will also be a musical
p.m. services. program at 3 p.m. on that
Ebenezer Baptist Church ,date.
Inc. : Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. Church School will be heldat
Bible Class and Prayer 10 a.m. with Communion
Meeting at 7:30: Wednesday. ,during the Morning Service at
; Saturday is Clean Day at the 11, and also 5:30: p.m. All
Announces, Another Reduction of ) church, and all members are members are asked to please
to cooperate with all activities of
: MOLEX,, LIQUID FEED PRICES : ... urged services bepresent.will begin Sunday with the church for.success. a ki ._i
Church School at 9:45.: Morning :
New Delivered Price, Effective Immediately Worship at 11. At 2 p.m.
Rev. Davis,' accompained by ;the Otd'1V1TWt
.New Bethel Baptist Choir, will
render services at Penney '.

25% Molex' LiquidFeed_ $107 Ton er, Farms.p.m. Evening Service? 7..

;: A Talent Program will be
'held on March 7 at 8 '
32% Molex Liquid Feed 11200TP0 with musical groups, solos, -. : .t' i!rt'

; .your and readings entertainment.presented If you for [J "

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miss' this will .
program you "The
reason that talk la ";
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miss a treat. :; cheap la. that the : -,' ,\ I
supply la "
This Is Your Discounted. Price '- Pay On. Receipt .ofu! NEW Bethel Baptist always ..' 'I" 'l! '
greater than the.desaaari. "' ,
:Church Rev. Leroy Davis ;:,. ':"', .
Invoice or Within 7 Days;After'Delivery :. pastor. Prayer Meeting and Lnprr'. ." 4 '" ;. 'f. .; .; :, ,
ti .. .Bible Class Thursday night. "
.; Church School, 10 a.m. BTU, 5 :Did'you hear about the ,\ """h <'
462-1244 today ,,'
Call P-m- i. j Artist s Cocktail? Drink two c,.._. .:t., ,_.... :*. .f ij:,' ," .1'1 ,
Free Canaan Trde lurch .and you're a one-man showSu ..I ,'.. ,
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TELEGRAPH February 27. 1975
.Page 12 ________ ___._
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l.i''", 'I:\,'., ... "" '" J BROOKER IN BRIEF,.. "" V "'q .,. ..//I It ..... 1, \...... VwL "
6. '\ PTA VOTES $250 Ezzell. Several parents Lakeland, were visiting Mr. By Jeannette Prescott agent ofv Brooker came by Butler, visited their aunt and Feb. ID-Marine' Pvt.
'. t"" FOR P.E. PROGRAM volunteered to help with the and Mrs. Paul D. Prescott and resident of Bradford and Jones,assisted by Mrs. with his mother, Wauchula, uncle Mr. and Mrs. Evan Debora G. Crews, daughter of
'0 Brooker Elementary PTA construction.Mr. Johnny last Saturday night Union Counties and had Just Raulerson, entertained showing her around the Hodges, last week The Mr. and Mrs. Glen Crews of
met February 11, when Mr. Ezzell also requested and Sunday. They visited Mr. observed her 94th birthday.Miss wedding 'attendants country last Saturday. His Hodges daughters, Mrs. 1204 Blanding St., Starke,
Ezzell presented a program $85 to purchase awards for and Mrs: Hugh Markham in bridesmaids luncheon friends were happy to see Bobby Gnann of Middleburg, graduated from recruit
a. on Physical Education with physical fitness, Run for Fun, Lake Butler a while Sunday, Kathy Jones, a bride- home of Mrs.. Vicki them. and Doris Snyder, Jacksonville training for women al the
.. several students participating and other P.E. activities., but missed seeing Mrs. elect, was honored with a with seven attending., ; and their nephews, G. Marine Corps Recruit.Depot. ,
' ; They demonstrated The School Safety Patrol Markham's daughter, Ruby, kitchen shower given by I I Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. ,W.Parrish, of Providence and Parris Island, S.C.
,". 1 various activities that each added five new members last as she had left for Jackson friends Thursday night, Feb. Miss Shirley Green depot'r.Prescott and son, Johnny, and Leon Parrish, Dukes, visited Physical conditioning,
" I calss works on during the week. Congratulations to ville to catch a plane'back to 13,.at the home of Mrs. Louise her leg last week, but is their grandsons, Chris and them last Sunday. discipline and teamwork are
j.\ year. Penny Riggs Frankie Andrews England. She had been Hamilton. Hostesses were home from the hospital Russell, visited in Union Claude Prescott visited emphasized during the
? Mr. Ezzell showed several Brenda Willingham,, visiting her mother and other Mrs. Joyce Starling Mrs. Mrs. Lizzie County last Sunday, going by Morris Dyal and Olen Polk in Marine recruit training. -
} slides of the P.E. program to Sharon Fussell, and Brenda relatives for about three Virginia Crews, and Mrs. returned last week DOuglas Cemetery. The new the Veterans: Hospital In Classes include instructionin
: illustrate the talks. Langford. weeks. Hamilton. Seventeen guests spending some time fence they've. just installed Gainesville. They still need close order drill,,, Marine
' ; I. During the business Sympathy is extended to enjoyed refreshments and the children and friends in around it sure is nice. We went our prayers, and would enjoy Corps history, lirst aid
'; R meeting it was voted to PERSONALS many friends and relatives in honoree received many useful City, Tampa, and Lutz. by and visited a while with Aut having visitors. uniform regulations and
provide $250 to the program in Mr. and Mrs. Elton F. the loss of their loved one, gifts.
,'. L order to build an obstacle Watson and daughter, Ellen, "Aunt Mary," Mrs. Mary Mr. Townsend Joyce Reading of Raiford Mrs. Betty Lynn had military customs.and cour
. 4\I! course as requested by Mr. and granddaughter, Teena. of Green. She was a life-long On Saturday, Feb. 15, Miss Hawthorne, former '' and. Bernice Suggs, of Lake pneumonia, but is better now. tesies.

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the Heavenly Message." 3 41 c ,
miles west of Starke on Hwy
100; Church 964.6490- Is. l
parsonage 964-6407 LB. I10 furlhet atWtnn tiF
a.m.Sunday Bible School, 10 Dlxie eEEf PEOPLE

:. Sunday Morning Service,
,t\ 11:00: am. PRICES GOOD THURS. FEB. 27 THRU WED. MAR. 5
.',i Sunday Evening Training
Hour 6:00: p.m.

.-'i., ;I 7:00 vice:Wednesday,p.m.7:30: p.m.Evening Ser- SIRLOIN STEAK I RIB ROAST CHUCK STEAK

Teen School Prayer
BUS Tues. and Thur at 8:00:

'\j. a.m.AuditoriumT UCHS in roomA-18 Wed. at 7:30: a.m. in $ 48 : $ 49 E-Z

.. Pine Level Radio Ministry CARVE
,. \ heard over WPXE Sundays at 8 8
8:35: a.m. oovtuwnrw.ota'' OVEN wvaMM, rao.ad

,:,. Heart of Florida CHOICE READY u.'s. CHOICE
i Youth Saturday Night LB. LB. LB.
I at 7:30: p.m.
II I This month's host of the
/ Heart of Fla. Youth is Pine
'3 miles west of Starke on Hwy
100 Teens from all over : STEAK CHli
Northeastern Florida attend T-BONE
this Youth Rally the first
Saturday night of each month. ,
Special speaker of the eveningwIll )
be Or. Bob Sensat, and
special music will be provided 58' 7ftWD 99LB.
by his'' Youth Choir. He is
I pastor of the First Baptist* i .. .. '. : ,,' I.. '
'h '''-'? /' T .n. _ < ""J 0 r ..
Church of -Green Cove, < I )A! raft; IH '.... /1f,,
4:. attend.Springs Fla All welcome to VI MMINT 0a1D1 ". .----- __ A......
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Church THE.nd REVUOHNM.Boat J.ck.on FLYNN Str..t. Round Roast LB' $138 1 10 Ground LB. PKG.' Beef .. 66<= Lilac JUMBO Towels . ROLL 38 Powdered Milk 135'W :;
h I'," p.m.Thursday Brownie Feb.Troop 27-3:30 No. 127: ; Cubed;); Steak LB. $148 1 Bee Patties 3 'KG.LB. $1"1 Coffee SAN t.LB. 99 Creamer .: . ''iff. 68
; 7:30: p.m. Inquirers' Class; .

7:30 Practice.:Sunday p.m.., March 2.8:30: a.m. Ground Round LB. $138 Sliced Bacon LB. $109 Cocktail'rUIT. . 3 Ss <$100 Kosher Dills 1 4 JAR, 68C
Church Holy Eucharist.School; 11:00: a.m. Shoulder I Roast IB $119 Fried Chicken 2 PK $219 Green Beans 4 CANS' $100 Peaches ., 2 ,CANS $1 100

Junior Choir Practice; 4:30: Short Ribs 79C Pork Steaks 99C Macaroni 4 7.01. $100 Tea ''S. .T. 88C
--p m. Brownie Troop No. 604. 1 .. LB. LB. ."KG.: Bags .
N Tuesday, March 4 3:30:
p m. Girl Scout Troop No. 614;

f Class.Wednesday, March 5-6:10:

pm.p.m. Lenten Acolyte Program.Meeting; 6:30: I _C HEKALL DRINKSSAVE .

Real Estate '

I Course To Be SAVE 39 111t.ri._ :: '-- .#
30' $ 33 $ 20
Offered At 3 II 8 99

j'i') High School LB. ,- r-- 12-o.. VINTVUCAN POUND

If enough interest is shown CANS BAG
und a suitable number of students ''
!sign up a college course
in Heal Estate Principles and
.!, Practices, Course I, will be
offered at the Keystone

/ pletion Heights The course High meets School., requirementsfor upon com MAYONNAISEDIXIE ,. ICE MILK

a salesman's license and
can also be used'for' teacher
certification. ,.
Those completing the ., 'r SAVE V SAVEr
vourse will also receive three SAVE .../
hours of Junior College credit. : : r 17 $ VANILLA 2O<
For those interested In 21c CHOCOLATE
signing up and or for more 7ft FUDGE ROYALS 69
." information contact the Keystone :
: High School at 4732761. '
t 32-oz. I ZO-o&. HALFGALLON
[if I Heart :.mil blcxxl vessel .
i \ lise.ixes kill more American -
< Ih.iri .ill other causes

,, I It-art: .Assorialion. is I' ght.. Orange Juice "*". 39CCRACKIN' Oranges 8 BAG 79C Lettuce '.. ., of. L.15e Fish, Sticksfer,, 99CSrTrimp
lug/ I these killers. .
I. }ffof.t.: : :: :::::: :::::::x::::::;::::::::::::::::: .; Saltines '! :. 2 'KOS.1-LB. $1 1. Pears . .. 8 FOR 89' : Potatoes. '''is-' 99 ....., .,.> &r. $.1 119


i........ ''',", iN'.'' .f.1 2 'KGS.\\0.01.: $100 I Ice Cream 12 K? $129 Onions. :. .* :. .. 5 lAG.L.. 59C Potatoes .'".3 'VST1 1 .


kind friends neighbors our heartfelt and thanks thoughtful for Cluster Rolls 3 ;iS"s;. 88C Pizza I%I. 89C Pot; Pies. .: .'' 4 As, $100 Honey Bunsi-:'.' .' ':'xa :6i9cSOf

sympathy. The beautiful floral Rolls I 2 !&. 88C ..... \ : .2 IMo.. $1 1 9 16'.1. '"
Pecan ? Dinner .3 $100' 0. aige'Juice S. 89CA.
iiffetmfp were especially appreUtltlKJ .' ... .. ."KGS: CANS. : ; 1 s
; .. \ \fVi"} "'""*',1.? /?-,$:'/Ito". ." :A . "' .. ;. ,,' ..:!I.';...;!) ,; : :. .it' ..,

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February 21, 1975 TELEGRAPH Page 13:


that .the Board of County : 1973 Gran-Torino,
ments, 1 bedroom and 2 bed-
Commissioners PS, AC, AT, AM-FM ,
CASE No.75-7 of Bradford Volunteer Firemen meet for Insertion rooms. Ph. 964-6947. Itp deluxe interior tape AVON TO THE RESCUE
47,000 miles
County, Florida do intend, to
? March 10 Tuesday Noon I preceding: ------------
$2,300. Ph. 431-1212, Ext. 132
apply to the 1975 Session of the
MARIE L. BAUGESS City Council meets March Thursday before publication.
daytime 431.1765
HAZEL PHIFER, Defendant. Florida Legislature for passageof FOR RENT: Newly furnished 1 nights. Itp Caught Up In 'A Lay.Off? Save
va. 11.Work ----- ---
an act relating to Bradford on the fire house was ;Minimum Charge$:t.IMI bedroom apartments. All -- trwillctjar Your Budget By Selling Our

NOTICE OF SUIT County; repealing Chapter 27- progressing good, but bad U'O\'TB 1 13'III'dth!> 'electric, AC carpeted, In Famous Products. Call Loma

PROPERTYTo 413, Laws of Florida Special weather has slowed it down. a-uI'h: Miird river I 1.1HlicnlH Starke. Ph. 473-3096. 2/20 Clyatt at 755 0731 or write P. O

Acts of 1951 Chapters 28-916 2tp 227FOR c\\ REALTY Box 5127, Lake City, Fla. 32055.

and 28-918 Laws of Florida ....
RECREATIONBasic ------- ---- tf
Carl E. Baugess
: Special Acts of 1953 Chapter r.Motorcycle.. J
Address unknown Education Classes All ('I" tMII'ddK( iniiHl br
61-1896, Laws of Florida RENT: 12 x 60 2 bedroom
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat meet Monday and Wednesday paid! f unless' you

an action to the following Special Acts of 1961, and evenings at the City Hall and luc mi established UK-ininl: ;mobile home. Ph. 964-5944. .
Chapter 67.1128, Laws of 2tchg 2/27
In Bradford Recreation Center. with the. Telegraph in that(
property Florida: County; Florida, Special Acts of 1967, all 1'\1'111 50: tents extra hlll'lt': ------------ STARKI: CYLLE ChNTER, 2W Let's not let ownership of this Long Champ

relating to the establishment of The afternoon Draft Class ,\ N. Temple Ave. Ph 964-6020, outstanding farm leave Brad

1 One the Bradford County Hospital; meets Wednesday afternoons FOR RENT 12' wide mobiles Your authorized HODAKA ford County. 69 acres of our 1 Home and

PARCEL : acre squareon creating the Bradford County .homes outside pity limits. J.e. dealer finest land plus a large,
from 2:30: to 4:30: at the City tfchg.HOUSES
North side of SEVi of NW/
Hospital Authority; providing for White. Ph. 9646114 modern home completelyand (Building Materials }
Hall and Recreation Center.' GALE tfchg. ------------
of an adjoining road lying in the establishment acquisition _: _. furnished.
J tastefully
Section 26, Township 7 South, Last week yarn dolls were .. 'WE BUILD
Range 22 East, SAVE AND construction equipping, maintaining made and this week 3-D FOR RENT: 12x60 2 bedroom ,
and operating of a pictures will be the mobile home "YOUR PLANS OR OURS
EXCEPTING; THEREFROM, hospital for the use and benefitof project. on Griffis Loop. FOR SALE Small, clean cozy cottage
Commence at the intersection of Anyone interested is welcometo Central air & heat. 473.3193 with heat & air, carpeted, YOUR LOT OR OURS"
residents and
of (FOR SALE Registered Angus .
the class. after ..
3pm. Itp
the North boundary of SE% of chain link fence on paved
Bradford County, Florida; Heifers and bull
providing cows. calves. FREE ESTIMATES
------------ road just outside limits
Section 26 city
NWVi of Township for the of
appointment J.B. White. Phone 9646114or
7 South. Range 22 East Brad- five (151) directors of said hospital Senior SENIOR Citizens CITIZENS met 9648775. tfchg FOR RENT Mobile Home FOR SALE Two mobile homes Small price tool REMODELING REPAIRS

ford County Florida,' and the authority and fixing their arid lots. One-2 bedroom 1973
powers February 21 with several ----------:- subdivision % acre lots $35 ADDITIONSHOMESBOUGHTSOI.D
Easterly right of way line of and duties; providing that the absent due to illness. Paul mo.,3 miles from city limits at model; One-3 bedroom 1972 "All in the Family" 3 large

State Road No. 100 and' run Board of County Commissionersmay Krieger president of the club .FOR SALE: Good used bikes intersection of Hwy 16 and mode). Cash or financed J.B. lots in Country Club Estates
thence :South 18 degrees 35 appropriate monies to said the and trikes./ New and used Morgan Road. Ph. 9645606. White 964-6114, tfchg owned by one family. Will sell TRADED
a report on meeting
minutes, 30 seconds East, along\ hospital authority; providing for he gave and Mrs. Krieger attendedat furniture and appliances tfchg _..;, separately or together. [ ACREAGE FOR SALE ,
said right of way line, 210 feet, the appropriation of and good used mattresses, cloth
money ------------
Kissimmee. He also of
thence North 89 degrees, 16 the raising of revenue for the ac- told .30 yd., zippers .01 per inch, FOR SALE: 1974 Capella 2 bed- 964-6853
minutes seconds East 77 feet some other groups, for the shingles$9.50 roofingand room, 2 full baths, fully Widow wants good neigh.
quisition, construction main- square mobile
RENT 3 bedroom
elderly that he : bors. 20 cleared HWY. 301 S STARKE TF
was getting 12x65. 22 ft. acres ,
carpeted, ex-
the of beginning! thence and felt$5 roll and
.to point tenance, equipping oper- many more home with expando living g-.tQIl:
information about. After the fenced, elec and 2 wells.
pando living and dining room
continue North 89 degrees, 16 ation of such r hospital; business had items. BARGAIN CENTER, 1 room, water furnished. Ph.
meeting $24,500 Terms.
minutes, 30 seconds East 133 authorizing the Board of 'we our mi. S. of Starke on 301. tfchg. 9648797. Itp area. Take over payments.
fun auction.
feet, thence North 18 degrees, Directors to enter Into Everyone ------------ 431-1904 after Friday. Itp JIMMY MOORE'SSun
agree- that ------------
35 minutes, 30 seconds West 38 ments for group insurance for either tired of they FOR SALE:Diamond needles for ------------ Are you a do-yourselfer
were or just
feet, thence South 72 degrees, the directors and employees; didn't want and any stereo, over 247 different FOR RENT: 3 room apartment. FOR SALE: 5 room house, 1 Make an offer on cottagenear Sports

21 minutes, 12 seconds West, and providing an effective date. these things were anymore auctionedoff ones we have them all. Dah- Millard Judd. Ph. 964-5951. bath, ducted heat, 100x100 Vo.Tech School. MOREBOATFOR

126.62 feet to the point of to the highest bidder. mer's Discount. tfchg. Itchg fenced with 10x20 utility YOUR MONEY TF

beginning.! ( BOARD OF COUNTY COM-- Truly, one man's junk is ------------ ------------ aluminum building in city of
MISSIONERS another man's treasure, as we FOR SALE: 38 nub nose hand Starke near stores and 96 7776

PARCEL 2: Commence at the BRADFORD COUNTY, sold all of the things and this gun $55.22 hand guns $24.95, schools. Ph. 9646349. 2/27 OUTBOARD ft

intersection of the North FLORIDABY money will be used to buy 25 automatic guns from 2tp 3/6
boundary game prizes for the club. $49.95, Dahmers Discount. MISCELLANEOUSWILL I ------------
Section 26, Township 7 South, : Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk Several items have been tfchg AND REPAIR
22 East Bradford
brought in for the fair booth. ------------
County, Florida, and the Easterly BRICK I 473.3254CARPENTER'S
And more have been FOR SALE: Heavy duty 2 wheel CHALLENGE REPAIR
of line of State Road ;
right way promised. We are looking boat trailer. Millard Judd. Ph. KEEP CHILDREN In CUSTOM BUILT FIBERGLASS
my frame walls and roof finish to
No. 100 and run thence South 3 BR, 1 1/2 Bath, LR, DindRm. up
forward to a good time at the, 964-5951.,1tchg. home. Ph. 9648452. 1tp FISHING BOATS
18 degrees, 35 minutes, 30 fair. The door ., Kit., Carport, .Nice part of YOUR taste. Large tree shaded
prize was won ------------ ------------
: seconds East along said right of OF INTENTIONTO town. lot, near private beach on large
by Hub Matthews and game FOR SALE bo(it
REGISTER : yourself 12 by lake. $8500.Mobile .
i way line, 210 feet to the point of
prizes went to Lawrence 12 inch tile, with stick on back WATSON'SHOUSEOFVACUUMS
beginning, thence continue FICTITIOUS NAME Cosgrove, Bernice Bateman, now at Dahmer's Discount. ,, George Roberts Real Estate home, 2 bedrooms, 2

South 18 degrees, 35 minutes, Bill Schaub, Ruddy 2/27 8/25 964-7826 or 964-6593 baths, lot 200 x 185 l lake access. Call Starke
30 seconds East, along said rightof Pursuant to Section 866.09 DeWatersi $14500
way line 22 feet, thence Florida Statutes notice Is Evelyn ------------ Many brands of new vacuums. Roofing Co.

North 72 degrees 21 minutes, hereby given that the un- Krieger and Lillian Hall. The FOR SALE: $6.98 LP records Used machines available. 2 BR, 1 bath home in Starke, adjoins

next meeting will be a Pot- $4.98, $5.98, LP for $3.98 playground, $9500
12 seconds East, 73.30 feet; dersigned R. G Hunsinger 105 Luck Dinner at the atDahmer's Expert Repairs all makes.: UNITED FARM AGENCY
Hampton For Guaranteed
thence South 89 degrees, 16 E. Madison Street Starke, City Hall and Recreation Discount. 2/27 Parts and Accessories for all REGISTERED REAL Call us about property in Bradford .
30 seconds West 77 Florida 32091 doing business 26tchg 8/25 in ESTATE BROKER and Counties. Lots
minutes, Center on March 7, at 6:30: vacuums. Built central Clay in Roofing and Roofing
feet to the point of beginning. under the firm name of "APEXTV ------------ i I vacuum cleaning systems. 712N. PAUL & IRENE FAULKNER Crystal Lake Homcsites, Like

SERVICE", 106 E. Madison p.m. FOR SALE: Laying hens fill Main Gainesville 3767110. 9645065 lots, homes. $1000 clown can Repairs

PARCEL 3: Commence at the Street Starke, Bradford your freezer or back yard, 50 :TF C.B. home, approx. 3/4 acre. put you into a new home. 3 BFj.

intersection of the North County, Florida, Intends to FRIENDS NEIGHBORS/ cents each. No limit. Seigler i----------- Pod, 3 bedroom 2 bath, horse i' 2 baths, walking distance to HAMPTON FLORIDA

boundary of SE'/ of NW% of register said fictitious name Farm 1 mile North of Grandinon paddock 'I school. .PAUL NEWSOM

Section 26, Township 7 South, under the provisions of aforesaid Mrs. J. G. Adkins had a SR-315. Ph. 16592387.' NP HUNTING SIGNS: For tfchg TOM FOWLER

Range 22 East, Bradford statute.R. number of visitors over the 2/27 2tchg 3/6/ sale and rent signs. The Office

County. Florida, and the Easterly G. Hunsinger, sole owner. weekend. There were Mr. and ----------- Shop. 468-1243 tfchg

right of way line of State Road Dated this 6th day of Mrs. Fred Albrecht of Miami, FOR SALE: 5 acres nice dry ............................ We1 now/ta\/ "<>
No. 100 and run thence North 89 February, A. D. 1975 at Starke, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Priester land.4inch well and some' dine repairman for all yjuiiffitilr

degrees 16 minutes, 30 seconds Florida. and Mr and Mrs. Wade timber 3% miles north of MOBILE HOME MOVING. Also BYRON E DUCE, ni'eds. p> Thomas

East, ulong said North' boun- Priester of Palatka, and mobile home hurricane anchoring Reg. Real Estate Broker' _
: Call 4733G28
2/6 4tp 227NOTICEOF ! -it- SIT! -i YnIt 'IUlM/1
dary, 210 feet to the poiwW' ""lHHP". : >*TttCll8PH alBl"1' I for terms. 1tp an J friOPllB'tioliTg fbof 393 N. Temple Ave. "" Call' Badcocks *J ) |

heglnning; thence continue family-tronf-a Air '------------ coating. Olin's MOBILE Home 964 7700 i .*..> 964-5269 ." Company

,. North 89 degrees, 16 minutes, SHERIFF'S SALE Base, Mrs. E. N. Prevatt, Sr. FOR' SALE:: Property on Service. 964.5606, Rt. 100 W. See us for all your Real Estate
30 seconds East along said of Starke, Mrs, Calvin Starke, Fla. tfchg
? needs.LISTINGS .
'* Notice Is hereby given that I, of Sampson Lake 100x350, 5 603 S. Walnut
> North boundary, 12 feet, thence Richard and daughter
- -
Reddish sheriff of miles W. of Starke excellent FINANCING,
E. ,
Dolph as -
South 14 degrees, 47 minutes Ocala Guy Padgett of Starke, 964-6246
Bradford County, Florida, under fishing and hunting. 964-6550 Anytime $ SAVES"FRED
East, 175.70 feet; thence North and Mr. and Mrs. Joel R.
964 5476
and by virtue of Writ of Execution day or 964-8334 night. ACREAGE WANTED: Church or
18 ,degrees, 35 minutes, 30 Smith of Jacksonville. tf
seconds East, 172 feet to. the to.wit.: Financing available. 2/27 iQroup wants 30-50 acres of DAVISGMC Call For
Execution issued out of 4tchg 3/20 rural land preferably fronting
point of beginning, and Mrs. Gene
Mr. Taylorhas TRUCKS
County Court of Alachua -------- ---- water. Write Unicty, Inc.

'and County, Florida pursuant to a as a Sunday guest, their FOR SALE: Argentine hay $1.65 P.O. Box 8101 Jacksonville, LILLIAN C. PEARSON BUICK PONTIAC"A
has been filed
against you Final Judgement for General daughter.. Sharon Erdmann, at barn. Booking orders for Ra 2/13 4tchg 3/6 REALTOR LITTLE RIDE CAN

you are required defenses to serve,a if copy Finance Corp. of Gainesville, of Orlando.Mr eggs. Ring neck pheasants, -_---------- Lawtey-. (Anytimel782.3806 SAVE YOU A LOT" TF
of your written any and Mrs. W. Schaub, of
Florida, and against Roger L. wild turkeys, Hulsey game GREEN COVE SPRINGS"
to it, the plaintiff's attorney, the and Two 2 BR houses, corner lot -
on Crescent City, spent WILL DO harrow disc work
and Cordelia Hall, defendant, in chickens.J. M. Edwards, 964-
whose name and address is weekend with Mr. and Mrs. for home gardeners. Ph. 964- very neat some furniture. UveIn & Fuel
the amount of together 5379, Starke. 2/27 5tp 3/27
Hon George H. Pierce, P..0. Wilfrid Fontaine and attendedthe 6422. 1tpRETIRED one rent the other. Total INSURANCEAT
with costs of collection. ------------
Drawer 1030 Starke, Florida, price $18,700.
Hampton Senior Citizen'sClub ------------
Have seized and have in my REDUCED RATES .
FOR SALE knives
iiid file the original with the meeting. Mrs. Schaub : pocket Frame 2 BR(sun porch,could be

clerk of the above styled courton possession the following to- and Mrs. Fontaine are sisters. now at Dahmers Discount. CARPENTER desires 3rd BR) Cent. heat/air Outside" I AUTO FIRE, BOAT Oil
described personal property
work. Home ,
or before March 10, 1975; William Hall had a birthdayon city. $14,000 DOYLE E.CONNERINSURANCE
wit: ------------ remodeling, repairing, large or
otherwise a judgment may be 1969 Dodge Monaco. February 19. Congratulations small|jobs. Free estimates. Ph. 3BR CB with Sep. Dr. $18,100.New3BR,2BathCBon1 AGENCY

entered against you for the relief Tag45W1672I.D. SEWING MACHINE REPAIR & 964-8253. 2/6 4tp 2/27 1 Acre TCHG

demanded in the complaint or DH41G9R160728Title scissors sharpened, all makes
------ ----- Homes from$9,000 Immediate
petition. 3255594As cleaned, oiled and adjusted, up

WITNESS my hand and the the property of the above $7. All work guaranteed, ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS.The .

teal of said Court on February 4, named defendant and that on LEGALSNOTICE James Strickland, Morgan only requirement for BRASINGTONt'ADII.I. Delivery

)1975. Monday, the 17th day of March, Road & SR-16 Ph. 9648733or membership is a DESIRE to FRED SACKETT-REALTOR i l'A I I I >SMOIUI! I.K:

1975 at twelve o'clock Noon on OF NAMESOF 782-3189. tfchg. stop drinking. Ph. 964-7959, 205 N. Temple Ave (US.301)) S\l...I.S\M.lt\U: : 'I'!

GILBERT BROWNAs of the ------------ 964-7619 9645148. 1/2 904/9646522 .
said day on the premises PERSONS APPEARINGTO or I'liu-M'lntioii of I MM! ( !II' elsss.eee.
Clerk of said Court Jail I will offer ''12tp 327INCOME
Bradford County > 'I'nkenIInt'adilluc'l'rudes
FOR SALE: 6x9 Linoleum $3.98
Beulah M. Moody ,
By: and sell to the highest ------------ tix ::itill
Clerk for sale ABANDONED PROPERTY 9x12 Unoleum $898 Also 8111" Trigg ;,2imiV\\.IUh: : : Well Drilling

'', As Deputy bidder for cash in hand, the Pursuant to Section 13 of 12x12 and 12x15 in stock. TAX Nealy"Mac" McConnell <;.\IMS\III' : .i::
2 13 4t 3/6 FORMS pre
above described property of said
Chapter 717 Florida Statutes, Hundreds to choose from at pared. Short forms $2
2" thru 6"
'a defendant to satisfy entitled "florida of
Disposition Dahmers Discount. tfchg. Itemized long forms $750, Wanted Chicken farm,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT said Execution., "
Unclaimed Property Act
------ ------ farm and business forms $10 caged layers Fast Rotary
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT notice is hereby given that the
BRADFORD COUNTY, Dolph E. Reddish Sheriff persona listed below appear to 2/6 up. Danielia Martin' 964 6573. 3 bedroom on 2 54 acres FARM FRESH EGGS Drilling Equipment

FLORIDA. Bradford County, Florida be the owners of unclaimed 4tp 2/27, several small frame houses
I ---,-.- -- --..... rry Our Friin Tatting Egg, Right
File No. 74-344-CP ((1-22501 2/204t 3/13 personal or intangible property t WANTEDWANTED Lots and acreage of all types From Tht Firm SOLO BV THtAS State Licensed

presumed abandoned. SAWS SHAfPENED, work : OR PLAT (13'. 001.) tl.10 Fir
IN RE: ESTATE OF GLADYS M.. Account Number D-0101-0001 I guaranteed. Call OG4.7509 or Flat And US.SA00E0. I Pumps I
AYER, deceased. Owner Chandler FERTILIZER
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, Apparent leave at Jackson Building
Mrs. W. J., Starke, florida. A.J.Thomas, Realtor
NOTICE TO CREDITORS EIGHTH FLORIDA JUDICIAL, IN AND CIRCUIT FOR OF Information concerning the : Freezers, chest or Supply,. Starke or Keystone 621 N. Walnut St. On Highway 315 New & UsedSalesPartsService

To all creditors and all persons COUNTY. amount or description of the upright.. Any size. Dahmer's Heights.. tfchg. Tel. 964.6162
BRADFORD r- 1'i Mi. N. of
having claims or demands Property and the name and Discount. 9647923. 2/27
40 acres 3 mi. SE of Starke on
against this estate: CIVIL ACTION address of the holder may be 4tchg 320WANTED LOSE WEIGHT safely & fast each side SR 100. Will sell land InterlachenTWIN E-Z TermsPlumbing

You are notified and requiredby Case No. 75-46 obtained by any persons ------------ with X-11 Diet Plan, $3. or timber. YOLK EGG FARM
733.15 Florida Statutes interest in the
possessing an : Spinet piano, Dah REDUCE Excess Fluids with

f; to. file any claims and JAMES A. JONES, Plaintiff, vs. property by addressing an mer's Discount 9647923. ''X.Pal, $3. KOCH DRUG. 2/6 10acres, cleared and fenced and I I

demands which you may have MATTIEJOJONES, Defendant. ,inquiry to GERALD A. LEWIS 2/27 2tchg 3/6 15tchg 6/12 in pasture.
against the estate of GLADYS State Comptroller, as Administrator -
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M. AYER deceased In the Cir ,*' Abandoned Property New Installation
Lakeside mobile home,
: cult Court In and for Bradford NO PROPERTYTo Section, Capitol, Tallahassee" Davidson
and other
nished attractive
County County Courthouse, Florida 32302. Be sure to mention -, many Remodeling

Starke, Florida within four : MATTIE JOE JONES account number, name' and GENTFOR j ,AUTOMOBILESUSED features. Mobile Home ParkIn Repairs

months from the date of the first 1717'A N. 8th Street address; as published In this Beautiful country home offered City Limits

publication, of this notice. Ft. Smith, Arkansas notice. Unless proof of owner wfth attractive terms.

Each,claim or demand must ship is presented to the holder I Durranc.'

.. be in writing and must state theplace YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat by May 8, 1975. the property will RENT;Trailer 12ft. wide, 2 FOR SALE: 1964 Chrysler Appraisals of acreage: homes $30 Per Mo.
i: of residence and post- of be delivered to the Administrator. bedrooms. Just off Bessent
an action for Dissolution Imperial, 4 door, extra clean and estates solicited. Walk To New
1 office address of the claimant Marriage has been filed against Thereafter all further claims! Road. 964-7492 Itp all electric. Call 964-8632 or Pump & Supply

and must be worn to by the you and you are required to must be directed to the Administrator ------------ can be seen at 321 N; Myrtlet Shopping Center

claimant, his agent, or his at serve a copy of your written FOR RENT; Two bedroom 1,000 or best offer. Itp City Gas. Water & Sewer Company

torney. defenses If any to it. on the GERALDA. LEWIS .mobile homes. Call 964-5261.. ------------ 237 Acres Pasture Land, good

Each creditor shall deliver plaintiff's attorney, whose name As Administrator hp' roads, 6 miles to Starke $890 On 301 South

sufficient copies of Ns claim to and address is George H. Pierce, Itchg 2/27 ------....-.---- FOR SALE: 1971 Cadillac Coupe per acre. Best terms. 864 N. Temple Ave.

enable the Clerk to mail one to p. O. Drawer 1030, Starke ---------------- -- DeVllla. excellent condition, - Jolu Motel I Starke
each personal representative.; Florida and file the original with .. . . stereo tape deck 2400. Ph. 80 Acres'3600 ft. HIway Front.

Dated Jan 30, 1975. the clerk of the above styled 473-2216 or 4734159. Itchg age. 60 acres fenced, 20 acres 964-8810 964-7061 ..

court on or before March 17, FILL DIRTHauled 1 ------------ timber. 12 Miles to Starke -
Lewis M. Ayer 1975; otherwise a Judgment may Priced Right. -

As Executor of the Last Will be entered against you for the FOR SALE: 1969 Dodge Dart - -

and Testament of Gladys M. relief demanded in the complaint "' : 225 Cu. inch slant 6 engine Acre Lots,; In or Out of City. SALES

Aver or petition. nil; Dr; aut. trans., radio & heater. - OLINS MOBILE HOME ,:, '

WITNESS my hand and the Excellent throughout. $650 BILL POWELL HWY. 100 W. PH. W4-MO* --

2/64k 2/27 seal' of said Court on February cash Ph. 964-7357 all day. Itp REAL ESTATE r PII'.. ; ..
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-1173 ------------ Iti4 ;
12 1975. Ca11Cl Phone 964-6464 ..
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NOTICE OF LOCALLEGISLATION Gilbert S. BrownAs FOR SALE: 1966 Ford Galaxie. Nita 964-6810 FREE LOT RENTAL FOR ONE HALF, YEAR' .; \ wIN : '"
STEPHEN SMITH Air Conditioning, power steerIng "
brakes, body in Associate
power .
CITizENS .' By: Beulah M. Moody STARROUTEr *a 'HAMPTONFLA: excellent condition. $400. Ph. RALPH BRYAN PURCHASE YOUR MOBILE HOME FROM. OLIN'S -rl
: ALL As Deputy Clerk t 333-2063. 46208 'J>> 'TF? .
2/20 4t 3/.13' .
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Pagc I $ TI.M.L.ti>u February 27. 1975

More B.C.ThanHalf Households Road Foreman Job Blocked Bv Tie VoteLAKE

; of .,

BTJTLErt the 18. with the commissioner's
: scheduled of disregarding! six applications Administration Hospital In ;Woodington'said| It could be Commissioner not in favor of'cx-
appointment anew
:" To Feel Cancer road superintendent for (for the position previously* Gainesville where he is undergoing paid from reserve funds included that George Langley the.county's payroll
treatment for the authority to any circumstances and
in the budget.Commissioner .
Union County was blocked bya J filed with the board.fo'urthl'r .
pneumonia. It at someone ho was like to see someone
was reported
t residents of Bradford County tie vote in a special meetingof action has been Tuesday's meeting that' Paul Riherd employed by the employed by the'
i t :\IIII'l'lhan hall'ol' liradlordCimntx's4.210 I ho commissionersheld deferred until the next regular"meeting maintained that the reserve
lost I their hie I I to this disease. county demons' condition is serious. road trained for the job of
will fund had been
J.' ( I 1 I Tuesday night. February of the commission to wiped out by a "
; ))11.. I IK' .I I..il'kl'n1. ith cancer inHicir In commenting on these be held Tuesday, March 4. With the commissioner'scurrent 25 percent reduction in state employment to superintendent.
!'>' figures. !Miss Lillian Stump budget being endangered Lan It'y's \' Clydo Crews
I" lileliiiH1, according to The lie vote on the revenue funds that the (
.. I IIIKulHrt)i ( I B.! Cillespv.; Jr., !president of I ho Bradford road superintendent's resolving position by a shortage in commissioners had expected Indefinite<< period the February meeting.
County chapter. of ACS. outlined kScoutingNews anticipated revenues the to receive. Commissioner ) lion of the
the lirad
inrilifiil I advisor I lor I was caused by the absence of '
j lord (County unit ol I the Anu'ri- / "activities of the local I Commissioner Archie question arose as to how the I In an effort to resolve the seconded l Uiherd's County Fire Depart-:
ran ('(llIn.i' Society.Kratllord unit I I I in I the- I light against! t needless Clemons. who has been salary for the new. position problem without obligating the vole Hon Prokop was
\ .. death t and sui len ng. would be and mously appointed
Woodinglon as
\, : ('CllII1I. has hospitalized at the Veterans paid.Chairman the commissioners to another
'\'.;;' .i,|>l>.\imulch. 15."on: ( resi- ,These sade! include-I lund .the annual' ('I'u-I Carolyn Eaves D. E, (Skip) sizeable salary payment, niissionor Gerald lire chief, as ordinance provided
raising voted auainst.t. new county
,ili'iils which make )-
". up iipiiroximtely 964-5812
4.210 households.Ilies ." I tional I projects, service: The c by commissioners
I ) .. I those less I lortunale than ourselves Saturday. February 22. was meeting on January ) 4.
I Dr. (;Jillespj.i "Aeeordiili '
',' I..llal. i"II,1I (1\'I'ugl's. 2.Kin> and (IIdll1lo.esearl'h\ to Thinking Day for Girl Scoutsall Elks Give New Life to split the duties said I hat an i
unlock I ho 111 !.\l'ruf I the
,.II I liese homes) \MII I I I In' sirickenA .\ over the world. I.Ul1gll'Ulld place: chief a captain and
,; Hit eancer in their lifetime. disease.Mrs. Starke area scouts charge: ol the I ould be
I Tins means I that as manv. as :' Margaret Miller, local celebrated with a World Folk To inspection station ' 'j ;UKM:! Unullord", residents. mmIIMIIU. ACS treasurer explained Ihl'"I'il'ly's Day at Southside School. Crippled Children county's '( of the volunteer. I lire

: !!. will lie) stricken l Iy memorial IJI'ogram."It's Approximately 85 Brownies. It-nunl'l'! program, int'nt
t' .Hirer in their IiIt'iiiiic." objective) is to provide u Juniors,Cadettes and Leaders creating a'lIcunl' Robert )Driggt-rs
I i in' the hopelul' .Ih'( Dr.iiillcspv i inn"I'liienl and dignified participated in this event. EUSTIS Without the Elk- million 100-bed facility. 'One bulions of Florida's 53,000 position of .road to I the commissioners
: I sii>s I that one) ( .out ofIMIA ) means I lor incliv Iduals to make Games and dances from other financed Harry-Anna Crip-- hundred percent endorsementmeans Elks and not a dime from the tendent hich has \' on the
:>,. I three eaneer victimsAillliesaed. Hilts. to I the Society in honor or countries were lead by the pled Children's Hospital in that each Elk's member federal government or the by Langley lor a of issuing building(
After this Central Florida. community will donate $40 to the new state and in
l. "It is ,possible lorun memory ol others. she !said. different troops. government says years. providing
their Julielte Low hundreds of youngsters, hospital.Founded. Oliver. "And they had services in Baker and
.. i 1 by'lIl'I'? I Ilian :;.111"1', } cent ol presenting never Throe applications
;I ..11 eaneer i palienls' II early.. "A memorial gilt is a living World Friendship Fund the would today be bedridden or in 1933 by Harry gone to the general public and non-existent posit it'd counties. with i I a
.iiretion ami propel'. II'l'ai.I memorial to some loved scouts enjoyed a packed life-long cripples. and Anna Miller, the hospital collected funds, but $2 millionis iiiI'dI ith I he toward initialing a
r ii.i' nl' are emploved." lie !person 'in i order that others lunch. Great to have so many Take Tammy Kitchen of was located in Umatilla until a lot of money." same meeting, and program. in Union
;,.,1 ',Mi-el""' while \\iirninii i that will be helped\ :Mrs. Miller interested Girl Scouts. Eustis, for instance., Born 1971 when the old, frame Over the last 15 months the surprise t tout t least! t t ,
i ,.i "..II... lor I'i72! :! show that :l!;5I declared. "Every contribution Area scouts have recently without joints in her arms structure was declared a fire Elks have raised $1.2 millionof commissioners.' I irmun Woodinglon
I is aeknow' ,, lodged w ith an offi- enjoyed skating parties. legs or hips Tammy was hazard the total but Oliver says Commissioner Commissioners
lal I l receipt to t the donor and cookouts and trips to McDonalds apparently destined to live out Forced to move, the Elks contributions have dwindledin objected to the ) ; G;i..ifl'is. and Paul I
I is I deductible.: ."" and the Pizza Hut. All her life as a helpless cripple, leased a vacant nursing homein recent months because of from I the ii 1)1)1 t I I as a committee I lo
A memorial' card is sent to these outings require much because her migrant farm Eustis, but began laying the slumping economy received und was !> the technicalities ol
hi' I lamily of the deceased.! effort on the part of the worker parents could not plans for a new hospital after "People don't have as much in getting (ho i ing a building i permit
A ith/ the\ 'name of the person leaders thank you leaders. afford the expensive surgery Oliver concluded the rented extra money now and it's vertised, and( as a They will Ill' joined
immured/ and the name or Cadette Troop No. 520 is necessary to correct her af facility was "no more than slowed considerably," Oliver more. IIpplicut I : \ or John Shaw of l Lakl'
I names ol I the donor. The working hard to finalize plansfor fliction. adequate." says. received at I I the ( I lo represent the city in'
.iinount, / I ol' I he gift is not in- their trip to Rockwood a Today Tammy is a happy. The Elks soon discovered, "But it's a good cause and meeting, while, one undertaking which will
dicated.Mrs., National Girl Scout Center, in walking 6-year-old, thanks to however, that their idea for a we're hoping to reach the goal applicants withdrew" \' a building in-'
t: -. :\lllIl'I'!>aid that memorial Maryland. They leave March Florida Fraternal Order of modern 100-bed facility on the by June and have the new plication previously" I I ( lor the county and city
..\ glt 'Is mav he made I to the 28 and plan to spend a few Elks those hale and hearty site of the original hospital in hospital completed by late the board.. Hilly implemented.(
vieiety t through her office at days in Washington. D. C. fellows who for years have Lake County would cost a 1976." Tuesday"I'm
p61 lie I Community a lle Bank They want to thank everyone been made the butt of count, minimum of $2 million.
'!", arU61 114 \\ est :Madison St.. Starke. .w ho supported the recent bake less bad jokes about wild con-; "Throughout its history, the
t CQ'Yp ":\lore and more families sales, especially their sponsor ventions and week-long poker hospital has been funded School Board
: Q are realizing the importance ADK. games. almost entirely by the contri-

:' You are invited to worship ol this program and are requesting Girl Scout cookies should be The jokesters, however, I
God this week at the ( t t that memorial gifts here next week. If you were never met Tammy or any of Possession Of Stolen
friendly First Baptist 1..IlIHll.lor their loved ones in missed during the orderingcall the other 9,000 of her kind who For Collective
Church of Starke. The end order to assist research andlioH'lully your favorite scout she have been given hope and a MotorNets 30 Days : !!:

of your search for a |. speed the day when can get extra cookies. chance at a productive life STARKE Guilty plea on STARKE In preparationfor process! now Ull'!>lllhlt
lie (ause and cure of cancer Thanks to Ann Godwin for through the Elk-financed with in I IIIl' county
friendly church. "" possesion of stolen property collective bargaining bargaining i ) I I orb I I i
I M ill|| l U' found. :Mrs. Miller providing the cookie cupboard Harry-Anna CrippledChildren's charge netted defendant a jail the Bradford Education ,registered! Ith the I I'.

.' Hear our pastor preach dded again this year. Hospital all in Florida Eustis. term, fine and probation in Association, the Bradford Employees l'fat Iit'i' action I the night ol

\ these messages: ___ee_,__ p.. hospitals Unique among, Harry-Anna circuit court here Feb. 18. school board Monday night mission (PERCi. I ) .. the school board in
I Circuit Judge R. A. Green went into executive session to agency by which I food bids alU'i
11:00: A.M. without state
"There Are Two" operates any or sentenced Clyde Hall, 39, to a familiarize its members with public employees t ) IIth,' stall. Dit
: federal funds and
I NeeL Gash free for childrenof jail term of 30 days. a fine of, the new' bargaining law and to recognized in order lo I in obtaining: !! delivery I ol
,: 7:30P.M.: totally the including care $200 and a year's probation in learn procedural steps Involved collectively with meat I item\ such as I
poor surgery Circuit Court in bargaining. related tin-
"Last of All. Bradford County mental bodies. BKA was I lo I
) and school
physical therapy
4 s Up to 2500
He Sent His Son"A Tuesday, February 18. been recognized as by )Food Service
--- ing."I receivable Hall was sentenced after Supt.! Jim Temple informedthe board's bargaining I si ii'. Betty I hriinnmi
Great Bible Teaching TownFinance "have no accounts director pleading guilty for possession board of his prerogative to UKA is st ill not (' ei'i'ef to an 'ii nsta lilt'"
--- says ol a boat motor owned by name the. board's chiefnegotiator. PEKC. however :" .
Sunday School 9:45: A.M. Jim Oliver. "From birth to .
There had been
Rodney Harris. work lor cl'l"til cal (' vi on heard an
take of
19 care
"THE CHURCH WITH A age is we the only completely Four prison inmated some confusion over the rolesof be completed within about t hl'l I(Mid?:" Supt$
charged with escape entered superintendent and the Only 13-14 counties (I!>kl'd.
226 N. Temple 964-7749 charitable hospital I know.
OF STARKE" pleas of guilty and were board. The session, from recognized by t'ERC) I i shaking i Ins I lieiiil I
Starke Lodge 1802 is also the
I Income Tax Preparation sentenced to additional timein which the press was excluded, Dade County being ( ', Board :Member
first lodge in the state to giye
Phone 964-6561 prison. Willard Patrick was a familiarization sessionfor Under the Gaskins replied. ":\iii,
BEN BRYANT Your Local Travel Agency 100 percent endorsementJof :Johnson. 31, 18 months; the school board. collective bargaining '(' than 'usual."
the Elks' proposed new $2STARKE
Pastor Richard James Earl, 27. nine The Bradford Education agreement must bo \ Temple noted ih.it,
1 I Plannepl Tours Anywhere In The World months Association., WILLIAMGEORGEMinister Call For Information 4T r"" plo 'l'l' group 70 da pound !this inonlh
::. of Music ---,--------- f"1 1 S A t'h.k luirtiJAt- rkforvit- t*:.' ,\ .n. .n.It'nn0:1... .;:.. .'_>ll.. .it....."* ,tun.....itti...1.
ommission new spending: bill.; Th ;i t 'i year.

.. Approves being accepted board also iinrivd I III
Hear --- s..Ns------. '.. July 15.Under. the new h. tl'mllll'lllf!
j the operations renter at t .">
the school board must ( and i t lo meet( at
W. R. (BOBBY) CREWS f Plans: For Library binding :: ) Tuesday to have a
; ., employee groups. made lor use in the
Plans for a new will open on Jackson Street Temple asked the Count.v )KUII
; PreachlheGospel Bradford County library with the attractive facing the special meeting February legislative delegation The board nu-mU-rs\
: building were presented to the stretching around to also front 10. Commissioners removal I of that Temple paid *H.ri:!:
Each ____ -, satisfaction of the county Walnut Street, Taylor said. George Roberts and Ralph (of binding ) their own poekels
f Sunday On commission at a special No money has been Bryan will study the four bids legislative hearing 1 If-page ad( i in I the I a ii.nrneri /'

meeting Monday, Feb. 10. budgeted for the project by received on the renovation ... .. _.mffTGardener's ...
Bible Study Time t The drawing will be sub- the commission, but the intentis with the architect.
mitted lo the Library Board to proceed.The Low bidder was Watson
alter which I he bidding north and east sides of Construction Co. of Mac- ('
7:30: A.M On Radio Station process. will begin with construction the planned facility are to be clenny at 26534. followed by 44
perhaps 90 days solid without window. Both the Triest Construction Co. of
WRPE 690 On Your Dial a\\ay, west and south sides will have Keystone Heights at 29724.
A time of 130
Estimated cost of the split face concrete block and
& 1010 On Your Dial building. shelving carpet and windows, he said. days was submitted by .COWMANORE 40 Lb.a .
paving lor The will have Watson with other bidders ,,
parking should be library space $719
2 WBIK At 3:30: P.M. 1 1 SUM.om) )(>. according to Architect for 20,000'olumes., according ample suggesting construction 60 days would time.be Sterilized Weed Free Organic Reg *289
: : Robert. 1C. Tu.vlor. Theslriii'tuit' to Taylor. Another 300 square
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Taylor said the layout was problems had been MICHIGAN PEATr b.$199
designed following the basic reported from other counties
design who contracted ilh Watson Bacterially Active Weed Free
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B "ocl be scheduled will study the situationand
< ctearen00 for
8 presentation of the plans to return a recommendation 4-7-5 FERTILIZERE$3"FRESH !

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has the right to award the ----
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mid-winter approval, (he architect is contract to a bidder who may' !!!
8(8 authorized bv the commission not be lowest.
v to go forward with the plans in In other action, an In- SPECIALS
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100's of ITEMS REDUCED= "If the library board approves compensation was awarded to Ital.I Cyprus 3"
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submitted the only bid
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