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: March 6, 1975
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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.., The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven ,' .

6th Year STARKE, FLORIDA Cents
33rd Issue (Thursday arch6,1975 Copy

Lawtey WaterSystemAlite, ; 2 Petitions Seek Court RulingOn

BCH Takeover Ordinance' / "

On 3-2 VoteLAWTEY


The final hurdle separating Lawtey from a petitions, one on behalf of

municipal water system was cleared Monday night when Council the Bradford County

City Commissioners voted 3-2 to accept FHA's revised .. Tightens Commission and one on

letter of conditions and move full speed ahead on the long- behalf of the Bradford

delayed project.. County Hospital Trustees',

Enlivened by,, an Irate and consequently the monthly 'Utility CutoffsIn were filed in Circuit Court
housewife who strode from the payments required to here Wednesday at 1 p.m.,

meeting proclaiming that amortize itWilkinson both seeking to determinethe
'"Lawtey's water. stinks, and said the total cost "' ..,
so do those who oppose the of the project is now $420,000 ... .. Move legality of the county'smove
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water system," the meetingwas (down from $486,000)) and "'''' '. t),. Economy to abolish the special
generally orderly in con- would be paid by a $250,000 i ,.....'. ,. ... state act and takeover control -
>trast to previous FHA-insured loan, a $100,000 fII .'
tempestuous STARKE Tuesday night. The analysis is of the hospital.
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,.sessions.! FHA grant, and $70,000 paid iI"! N' '. r on financial printed on the city's new County Attorney Gene
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by the City of Lawtey from ; .
Ruffled feathers were still in the Burroughs bookkeeping Shaw tot his
smoothed when newly in-, reserve funds. .. .' the City j I machine, the first time it has happened
;|ducted Councilman John : Taylor said the bond resolu Tuesday night to / (See Page 16) name on the list to be
.Robertson, elected on an anti- tion would be reduced to ..111'' :" 1 service some 10 heard first, so it is the
,:water platform. publicly (See Page 16)) f earlier than county commission's suit
apologized to Lawtey's' 'ex- : policy. 3 Fires which will be heard by Cir

attorney Gene Shaw,' fired in UC Foreman I The cuit Judge R. A. Green, J r,
January as a climax. of. the ,,\ a voluntary I
i water controversy. ' Robertson's apology ... instead of March 13 Judge
stemmed from unfavorable Will Rise A :....w time. Reported Green will be sitting in ,

remarks allegedly made by :. ;4 .. .... to keep track of Starke next week for. circuit f

the new councilman concern-, 'From .JlankLAKE' .. : .:':':.... !,. .. "'. with I court trial term and
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ing Shaw's role in water-plan- ." ; cooperate
In Week
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,ning preliminaries. Obviously .. : ::;:. 1 i comes to it, I agreed yesterday
resentful of remarks attributed 'BUTLER Com ; _. .. Schaefer said, to hear the rase.
to Robertson Shaw mis.ioner..Archle Clemons /i' have to cut Two homes and one former
asked if the councilman had moved that George Langleybe .. ; 1" City finances residence, now being used us Judge (been s said. l I here arc
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''ever heard of anything dis authorized to promote an .... i. 4Ie.w but not critical an office, were damaged b}' two sides! scckinu\ to ,learn it
honest he (Shaw) had done, employee from the ranks to be I i according to fire in the last ten days, with what( I the countyvnnai..am' '
and Robertson admitted he trained to become Road :: v Merrill : losses estimated in excess of has done, in pil""illIt"/! ordinance
had not. Shaw then wished the Superintendent for Union 1 previously had (25.000. abolishing\ the I'.HI: I
councilmen well and left the county, with a permanent .: the most The brick home of the Earl Special Ail( which creiileil\ I ,'
meeting, leaving municipal appointment to be made by ing for the i Cox family on Highway Hi hospital, is U'H'il.\ Since I the .. .'
the commissioner's at an In- fiscal west of Starke was almost a <|iicslion in I mill suits is Ilir '
affairs in the hands of newly : .: year.
elected attorney Richard definite time in the future and Utility bills, complete loss when fire broke same, the hearing\ will I..>
city after he had that he : : immediately,will : out in or near the kitchen area heard on the Uisis ol I the lir-l
'Welly, with the exception of proven f
,water plant matters could handle the job. ; + cutoff if a month about 4:20: p.m. Thursday. suit 1 11 led.
Earlier in the meeting, Commissioner Clyde Crews aY t'.4 out payment. For Feb. 27. Only one member of Hospital Hoard Attorney
Mayor-Commissioner Robert made the second' and the .. April 1, or the family, a young boy, was Richard Wl'lta"k'C1 for a.
Ak' '
Scott had explained that Shaw, commissioner's in a four to for March at home at the time. and lie temporary lI1iUII1: illll. :Miawreplied
had a contract with the city one vote settled the controver- received by users. i reported the fire started Irom 'thai t -Ihe I count I'
for all legal work concerning 'sial subject that had 'been 1 bills will be due a stove. Most furnishings in commission! intends' lo Iikeover (
the water project, and would unresolved since the January ''j: they are received the home were destroyed and the ho"pl\lllllllllill\ has a'
)oh- ,continue employment with the meeting ...,- r 20.days..and..the total loss was estimated! tit ruling 1 11'011"It'> "IIlII.t.0..1: ,la\: '
'motion "* "around Cox 'is order,w art tiroItx'Ilt'y' :""
city in this : In opposing' the subject to have 515000.'Mt.; an' ):
CIearance capacity*' Mhe water Tuesday.Commissioner D. E. off if the bill Is employee of the DuPont AI Mum' (ciiiitenlioii
ject was given iby .FHA staf-pro- (Skip) Woodington said, May 1, : Company The ,BradfordCounty is thai the IM! >/H new "l-'liin fers Jim Wilkinson and Bill "That's a job that can't be The shorter I Volunteer Fire ( ,Ila')4lw'cr.'ul ,
Taylor, who said, in their learned in six months, a year, for cutoffs was Department answered he(. sell/ lelcrinin.ilion.
opinion, the city now had or even five years." Commissioner calf and that Cluiplrr/ 121:! nuikex
sufficient customer signed for Clemons motion was sub- again pushed The Camp Blanding house the operation ol' a hospital'
.the project The original stantially the same as one Merrill Edwards occupied by Mr. and Mrs. W. proper county IHIMIICSS. .
number, 192, was reduced to made at a special meeting the new policy is W. Hood was damaged by lire Atlornexclly, cites, a !l'ii! I
169, after FHA announced a held February 18, by com- Spring Fashion Show Supper Set Tonight different from about 5 p.m. last Friday whena Florida: Supreme Court I tilling/!
$100,000 grant to the city, missioner Paul Riherd, which which cutoffs heating pad that had been in on nn Kscamliia: ( County case.
ended in tie vote due to the use shortly before in a bedroom which he sa,\,.'. is in the: IHJIIII.
a days after
reducing the necessary loan Over 100 outfits from seven local stores will be exhibited by 40 models In the annual Spring
of the home, is !believed, that the county lacks tirauthority (
absence of commissioner demons initiated. The
Fashion Show tonight (Thursday March i) at 1 p.m.in the Starke Woman's Club. amend
who was hospitalized at allow 60 to have shorted out, setting abed lo a stair.
Guests will eat a spaghetti supper and be entertained during the evening's meal by models days
i-i4 the time in Gainesville. from Stumps Leila's. Eagle-DeVane, TO & Y, Athletic House, Stan's Bootery, and The Lady of service on fire. law
George Langley, who was Bug Shop.from Lake Butler When Mrs. Hood returned to ,Sec .
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Kit I
present for the com The show and Is Silcox opposed the room and opened the door, :
supper sponsored annually by the Starke Junior Woman's Club In charge of
missioner's decision, asked the 1975 event, above, are (1-r( ): Mrs. Chris Wilson, decorations; Mrs. Sue Thomas (at top), policy on the she discovered the blaze
when the directive would foods chairman; Mrs. Judy Goodowns (at bottom), club president, and Mrs. Carolyn Autry, doesn't matter which had gutted the room
become effective."Immediately. fashion coordinator. city has if it is and smoke poured into the Price Index

," was the Theme of tonight's show Is "Carousel o< Spring Indicated by the red and white carousel, "If it's not other living areas, causing
commissioners' response. which actually swivels, made from a telephone cable spool and a picnic table top. doesn't make considerable damage to lur-
whether it's 30 nishings and walls.
.TONIGHT! days," Silcox The tire also put telephonesin Due AiringBy
16)n the home out of commission -
SPAGHETTI SUPPER "We're going to 1 so there was some delay
andFASHION CrystaLocati il Residents Protestion one," said in summoning the Camp Chamber '
SHOW Clerk Edwards Blanding Fire Department. In
cutoff dates will
Thursday, March i the meanwhile, the blaze was!
the first of the '
brought under control with Bradford ( 4111111\ la.lplace ,
Junior Woman's Club when city meter i garden hoses. results (in Florida's"
at Club House. time to make the 1 The third fire occurred on "recent Price Index Study' will
*J Adults. to now, ; February 22 when the former Ix- a topic of discussion when
1.50 Children Of Sewer Plantsite been liable for H. Hamilton home at 812 S. the Chamber ol Commerce

Under 12 middle of the > Cherry St., now being used b\ Board ol Governors\ 'meet
----- after initiation of 1 the new owner, Johnny' today (Thur.daI"rch: lii ill

Boiled Shrimp Supper Aroused residents of Crystal must be approved by the the ground in any one week. .the solid wastes, Eng said. He meter readers Barrett, as an office for his 12li:I p.m. in the Harden;
a Dance Lake organized Sunday after- Air and Water Pollution Con- Before being sprayed, the added that wells would be around the 15th of i septic tank business, burned Restaurant
Sat., March noon to protest the location of trol Board, and unless such effluent would remain lockedin monitored regularly to and don't finish I about 3:30: a.m. More participation in
7:00p.m, Keystone Heights' municipalsewer approval was given anothersite lagoons for seven days and any seepage into under-prevent the 28th. the I The structure and its con Chamber activities l by Chamber -
4.00 per person per supper disposal plant on Air would have to be selected. would be, treated with ground streams have been having tents were a complete loss members! w ill be
".00 per couple.dance port property in close Ralph Eng, engineer with chlorine. Bradford County Sanitarian offs at the same and Fire Chief Harold Glas- another topic presented In I the
proximity to Crystal and Sverdrup & Parcel, Gaines- Jack Trawick said he reading.A gow said that origin of the fire board. The governors w ill also
.Starke Golf and Emerald Lakes ville, who did much of the Sludge (solid wastes) would informed Air and Water was new item had not been determined.Jury be asked to approve Kay
Country Club Some 60 property owners design work on the project, be placed in drying beds, with Pollution Control that their city Norman to replace Don Brow
1 ----- signed the protest petition, said present plans are to the City of Keystone respon- agency had not received up with overdue on the board. Brown resigned
for cleaning them out any analysis of Returns the Chamber board
H"WORLDDAYOF and elected Dewey Williamson locate the plant a few hundred Irom
PRAYER temporary chairman of feet east of Highway 100, on periodically and disposing of (See Page 16) presented the because he no longer operatesa
the Crystal Lake Civic Association the south side of the road lead- business in the county and
Friday, March 7 ing from 100 feet to the airport 2 True Bills suggested, by.letter, (hat lube
11 a.m. Another meeting was set for hangar. The Irrigation area, Union Wants replaced' by a local
First Christian 2 p.m. Sunday, March 16, at where liquid effluent from the SeparateCommunications STARKE A newly selected businessman.Much .
Church the public beach near Crystal plant would be sprayed on the Bradford County Grand Jury discussion locally has
-----' Lake Homesites. ground after removal of heard evidence presented by taken place about the stale
FREE In another phase of current solids, would be located just Assistant State Attorney Ken price index results released
CARD PARTY concern over the proposed south of the plant, in close Hebert in a day long session Feb. 3 by Lt. Gov. Jim
Friday March 14 $1,749,000 plant, several brad- proximity to Emerald Lake. Monday, March 3, and Williams which showed
730p.m: ford County officials met Eng assured the Bradford returned Indictments in two consumer pay the highest
Tuesday night in a hastily officials there would be no LAKE BUTLER "I didn't Number 911, throughout the Whitehead said ; cases. prices In Monroe County
Starke Golf called conference with Key- surface run-off from the plant know anything about it until I State of Florida, and one of the joint operation i As indictment for murder in while those in Bradford
andCountry stone Heights officials and Into the lakes. 'read it in the paper this their recommendations, in counties. the second degree was, County pay ihe lowest.
; Club their engineer to learn more He said the Irrigation-type morning and found out that we order to hold costs to a "It's not returned by the grand jury Monroe County was rated
I about the exact location of the sprinkler would meet all state had'joined up with Bradford minimum, was the joint shar- suggested plan against prison inmate Grady 108.5 and Bradford County
For" Reservations proposed plant and what, if requirements and that no County again," Sheriff John ing by the two counties of a There is nothing to E Sims, Jr.. for the strangulation 87.23 on a scale of 100 figuredon
Phone'....1404I any, effect it would have on more than three inches of Whitehead said, in referringto single 911 emergency com- development of death, without premeditation the average cost of goods
I I .__ __ the quality of nearby lakes. effluent would be sprayed on an article in a prominent munications center. each county,". of Leon Clyde Sapp and services statewide.The .
I TALENT SHOW Keystone Mayor Raymond Jacksonville daily describinga Terlander, on Tuesday, The Union another inmate at the Florida survey determined the
By BMS Eighth,, Starnes defended the selectionof proposed Bradford-Union March 4, made a similar pre missioners State Prison Sapp's death statewide index from the cost
Grade Class. airport property for the Man Dies, Charge installation of the 911 emer- sentation of the 911 emergency Whitehead Fire i occurred January 9, 1975 at of an identical "market
Friday March 147i)0p.m. ) this was done gency phone number system.Ed telephone system to the Prokop and EMC i the prison. basket" of goods and servicesin
because the city owned the Is UnchangedA Terlander of the Divi- Union. county commissioners. Jerry Wilson as i A true bill for assault and each of the 67 counties.
property and there was none sion of Communications, of ."I'm In favor of the 911 committee to battery against Mack Lane There were 10 counties
Adults 71 cents available ,of sufficient size Starke man, Tom Gunter, the State of Florida, had madea system but I am certainly proposal for i Sibley was returned by the Monroe, Palm Beach.'
Students so cent within Keystone city limits, or was' a victim of a strong arm presentation to the Bradford opposed to having Union of the plan for grand jury. Sibley, a Starke Broward. .Collier. Dade,
Proceeds To Pay close proximity. He said the robbery two weeks ago and County Commissioners on County citizens have tteir: The act police officer had arreste<| Sarasota, Martin. Lee
.For Class Trip city owned approximately last Monday died at the Bradford Monday March 3, describingthe emergency calls channeled single Mansell!! Ayer of Starke for' ,Pinellas, and Columbia where
2.000-feet frontage on Crystal < County Hospital. Florida Emergency Tele' through Bradford County manned 24 hours > driving while intoxicated and. the cost of goods and services ,

,I. '.J'., ..;.,..,' '. ''c."\........ ,."., Lake, and would be the last to Charged with the strong 1 phone Act of 1974. We've got our own y.ten. setup to handle all causing an accident. Following .' 'exceeded the statewide' "
\ want to do anything detrimental 'arm robbery was Arthur. To assist the Division of already over here. In handling calls by dialing a > Ayer's arrest on January 8. averase.The other,,57 counties ':"
(Zfy* < to the lake.Keystone Jones, Jr., 33. of Lawtey..This Communications in its preparation emergency calls we refer to digit number 911. an altercation developed at. were below the a'eraltt'1 I
dommitnitu Councilman "'charge may change and other of a statewide 911 'Swift Creek, Ellerbee Curveor will then relay the the county jail which resultedin Columbia rated 100.17, just, !! ,. t.,'
Mate Sank Frank Walrath, Jr. said the 'arrests might result. plan. Stanford Research Institute Dlddy-Wah-Diddy as well police, the fire charges being brought above the average. Clay
I. purpose of the plan,!! was to The Starke. City Police had performed a six-t known ,,landmarks in Union sheriff, highway against Sibley. County rated 96.64. 'Union .
i .-.'i a Accewitt. .' T._Mwr 40.1W IrnurM Uf. ": control pollution and 'not* .J Department, is Iv ,
-II ("I.C_. create pollution. He assured I' with the state's'attorneys Implementing:, the Universal wouldn't know what the heck trol, suic'ue: ,\'\' will stand trial on the charges 9624.. Putnam 92.W8. Uu\ul":
the Bradford officials that the' I' office. Emergency Telephone we were talking about," (gee a'lIle in Bradford County Court., 96.40.. :
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TELEGRAPH March 0, 1975 .. .j"I"OTO.IU: .rrMrJ.l&.t; UI
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Miss Sinclair ______'________ ... .u.. r ..... .. L ..- "- In.i.r.:!.:: ;" '1'. ;' Ll RMjM': MaWMtMMMMMMMMItMMIii MltMMtt VtMIJMItlBNIdfoutb

Complimented At ffhe !

1 1f Two Bridal PartiesMiss f u k PI

Evelyn Sinclair, April IfaJyi Wlooly Soci.ty tedlor, 964- 7608

6 bride-elect,' was honored at -.-. .. .... -
two parties in the past week.
1 1Y 1s
Last Thursday Miss Sinclairwas

-J Ja complimented at a kit Bicentennial Theme To Be UsedAt
rf chen shower given by Mrs. L. '
D. Vining, Mrs. H. C. Ritch, Woman's Club Luncheon Wednesday

\\}-: 1J Mrs. H. M. Richarde and Mrs. J. Weldon, Mrs. P M'mar
> .... T T Long at the home of the The 'American Revolution chairman; Mrs. G.Mrs:, Williams! Mrs. J. D,
t latter.A Bicentennial celebration' McCriff,. co-chalrman} Seymour, Mrs. D. W. Whiffen
focal point in the living CongressionalAct 'Futch, Mrs. Harry M.
f aA. --- authorized by C. < Mrs. Gladys Wasdin, and Mrs.
a -1-1I 1LlC l room was a basket of flowers and in the planning stage Hatcher, Mrs. C. A. Knight Ewell Lawson .

... hanging from the center of the for nine years, will be the Mrs L. G. powell, Mrs. A brief business'meeting
mantel with bows and _- Dirk 1.L._ program topic at the regular Cynthia Schmitt. Mrs.Gladys E. B. will follow the program.
streamers cascading down to luncheon meeting of the Searing, Mrs.

each gift on the floor. q Woman's Club of Starke at 12
One game was played and a ;r noon Wednesday, March 12. STRAWBERRIESPICKED
prize awarded to the winner. Following luncheon, Mrs. C.
'. The hostesses presented the S \ : N. Christy, chairman of the
honoree with a novelty kitchen ?4 club's Home Life Department, DAILY

corsage and a Sunbeam ) i. will present Eugene L. '' From Our Own Farm.
electric can opener and knife Matthews, president of the .

sharpener.The ,' Bradford County Historical FOR,YOUR CONVENIENCE /.x
25 invited guests included Board of Trustees and vice -

Mrs. Clyde Sinclair, chairman of the local Sunbeam Dessert Shells & Cool Whip Topping
mother of the honoree, Mrs. Bicentennial Committee, who
N. K. Hurst[ of Indianapolis, will discuss plans for the FARMBEST x GAL
Ind., aunt of the honoree, Mrs.T. nation's 200th birthday an-
C. Chastain, Mrs. Jerry niversary in 1976., and the CELERY lSTAlK: I DIKE LAND $ 19

Williams and Mrs. Jessie county's No. 1 Bicentennial ,ICE CREAM 1
Chastain, mother, sister and project, restoration of the old
grandmother of the prospec Bradford County courthouse. SUNBEAM
tive groom. The speaker will illustratehis
talk with photographic BREAD
----- slides showing the old cour-

Dianne Anderson Becomes Bride Miss Sinclair was honoredat Rhonda Knowles-Melvin Morgan in thouse 1902 since to the Its present construction time. 3 LBS. $100 3 16 Oz. $ f OOLoaves

a luncheon on Saturday In keeping with the theme, a 4L
Of Billy Williams In Raiford Feb. 14 given by Mrs. Warren Winkler Wedding In Mad. St. Bap. ChurchMiss quartet composed of Mrs.

and daughter, Denise and Carl Hurst, Mrs. Bobby
Mrs. M. A. Baldwin and Rhonda Gail Knowles, assisted in serving. Mrs. Neil ,IpPV PERRETS
Given in marriage by her Taylor,
Miss Janet Dianne Anderson Rice of mint net crawford.u
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. bags green
Mrs. James Mon- Bill :
daughter, and Mrs.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. father, the bride wore a long tied with yellow satin ribbons Eo'JE.O
D. Knowles Sr. of Palatka H51LNorman's
tuoro held at the Baldwin of of
a medley
white satin with fitted present songs .. Eo
Robert J. Anderson of Raiford gown and Melvin Ralph Morgan, were passed out to the guests. P\C MILK
home N. Walnut Street.
on the
lace bodice and rounded lace Revolutionary era,
and Willie J. D. Williams, son The guests were seated at son of Mr. and Mrs. Leaton U. Following a wedding trip to
of Mr. and Mrs. Willie collar. The long net sleeves Silver and announcedthat
card tables covered with Morgan, Jr. of Starke, ex- Springs Disney Mrs. Christy
Williams of Macclenny were ended with lace cuffs at the changed wedding vows on World the couple is residing in non-members of the club
linen lace cloths with
united in marriage Friday, wrists. Her full length skirt The tables Saturday, Feb. 8, at 8 p.m. in Starke. will be welcome to attend the Farm
matching napkins.
Feb. 14, at 7:30: p.m. in the had a wide lace border. Her centered with the Madison Street Baptist The bride attended Palatka program and luncheon, but
New River Methodist Churchin white satin headpiece securedher were crystal Church with Rev. Denton South High School and is that luncheon reservations
Raiford. Rev. John W. Yar- long chapel length net compotes holding white at Priest's Dime
and Sumrall performing the employed should be made by March 10. I Produce Market
the double- train and she carried a cas- pompoms pink baby'sbreath.
brough performed Bridal cards double-ring ceremony.A Store. Cost of the luncheon is $1.50,
ring candlelight ceremony.The cade bouquet of pink and place of nuptial music Mr. Morgan is a 1970 graduate and reservations may be
marked the program
altar was highlightedwith white carnations and daisies ment for the seating 24 arrange- was rendered-by Mrs. Edward of Bradford High School made with Mrs. Christy, 617 N. Temple Avc.9646O71 .
a basket of white wed- centered with a white orchid.A guests. organist,and Mrs. and is employed at Titanium phone 964-5735.
Carnation Ripplinger
ding flowers against a back- reception was held in the presented to the corsages honoree were her Jackie Chapman, soloist. Enterprises in Green Cove Hostesses for this meetingwill Open Mon-Sat
of arched and bran- 'church yard. Guests were
ground The was Springs. be: Mrs. Christy,
mother, Mrs. Clyde Sinclair, ceremony per-
by Mrs. Ralph Odomof
ched candelabras with bur- greeted
ning tapers, palms and Macclenny and presented to Mrs. T. C. Chastain and Mrs. formed two against cathedral a backgroundof baskets of ----- _---.. r .... .. - - .,
Jessie Chastain. The hos-
the line composed of
The windows held receiving
greenery. and white gladioli and
tesses also the honoree
gave a
the bride and their
and the groom
tapers pews
flanked two
silver gold-plated towel and by seven-
and bridal attendants.The .
were marked with pink carna- parents
branched candelabras ent-
magazine rack as a mementoof
tions with burgundy bride's table was the occasion. wined with ivy, holding burn- 5
streamers. covered with a lace cloth and ing white tapers. A focal point .
Presenting a program of centered t with an arrangementof was the lighted cross. ,

nuptial music were Miss Beth daisies and carnations, Leaton Morgan, III attended ((& \
Davis Miss Cindy
pianist balanced by three candles. At his brother as best \ .
Thornton cousin of the bride, "
and matron of honor .
one end of the table was a four man was r
soloist and Gary Griffis of cake with a Mrs.Terry Luke, cousin of the e '
tiered, pillared :
Raiford pianist.Mr. heart shaped scallop. The bride. () (<\ 1" : .
Williams attended his
bride Mrs. Luke was attired in 0
cake was topped with a a I
son as best man. Ushers were ( LI
bowl floor length of '
and groom. A punch was gown yellow .' "
Wayne and Bobby Williams at the other end of the table. flocked polyester with empire : >
brothers of the groom and waist and long full sleeves.
David Grubbs...brother-in-law Mrs. MitcheU. Anderson, sis- She t
a matching picture .
t1 ii ot the groom! r J"Mdn j, '" t ter:in-law of ther de, cirtlhe'cake. hat and wore"carrieq1 a' nosegay, ,f,.v ,' 'I.. '. ..... .. ot". .. ; "' .. ,,,. ,
i' '
ret t
; Miss Mdl i Anderson Mrs. WfTde"Andrews and mums tied with. 'Jos : { .. .
.. 'attended her I sister asj I I -MrS JEUihertiMoore: presided.at streamers.' If\' .' ,. I ,'.... ,
maid of honor. She wore an the punch bowl. Mrs. Gary The bride, given in :
empire waist gown with the Barnhill kept the bride's book.. marriage by her father, chosea t .:
top made of pink double knit floor of ,
length gown light
Mrs. Jimmy Thornton was in Gad
crepe and the- skirt of bur- mint
velvet. She charge of the green polyester over 61
gundy wore a pink reception. taffeta. The empire bodice o
bow in her hair and carriedtwo and the cuffs the Jf c
to deep on long,
Following a wedding trip bc-
pink long stem carnations
Atlanta Ga. the couple is sheer sleeves were of Venice \ 30
with burgundy streamers. .
: lace Her ;
in headpiece was a 1'7
Mrs. David Grubbs, sister of residing Macclenny. matching amelot cap with a 9..1. I': I

l the groom, Mrs. James shoulder length veil of sheer

: Philips, Jr. and Miss Sue WeddingPostponed Susan FaulknerJoe illusion. She carried a whitebride's I .\
Johns bridesmaids.
were Bible topped with a

They wore gowns identical to Bakken Jr.Engagement double cymbidium orchid with > .-
the honor attendant and ( IP
long satin streamers tied in

carried two pink long stem The wedding date for Donna ToldMr. lover's knots.A ( : '
carnations with burgundy Prevatt and William E. reception was held in the FOR '.
streamers. All the gowns were Bigham. Ill, scheduled for church Fellowship Hall. "
made by the bride. March 14. has been .DOstDoned.anel.. and Mrs. Paul Standing in the receiving line _
Faulkner, Sr. announce the were the bride and groom,
engagement and approaching their parents and attendants.. ,c"
I Bethel Baptist Church marriage of their daughter, The bride's table was VW
I Susan Maria, to Joseph B. covered with a lace cloth over
Holds Sweetheart Bakken HI, son of Mr. and white satin and centered with
: Banquet Mrs. J. B, Bakken, Jr., all of a three tiered candlelight''

Starke. wedding cake topped with a
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Miss Faulkner and Mr. miniature bride and groom.'
I Baldree were chosen king and Bakken are both 1974 gra- Cutting the cake was Mrs. "
queen and Miss Tammy duates of Bradford High George Knowles, sister-in-law
Baldree as sweetheart at the School and both are attending of the bride. Flanking the cake I
Bethel Baptist Church Santa Fe Junior College. Miss were arrangements of yellow '
sweetheart banquet held Feb. Faulkner is employed at Fuji mums and white daisies l'I' :: '; "

14. United Farm Agency and Mr. interspersed with fern. ., ,
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The occasion was enjoyedby Bakken is employed at Bad- The punch table was covered ll'.' .,-:; '1 : -,I. .' \
the adults and young cock Furniture Store. with a white lace cloth. .,'to( i J ,'
people of the church. Games The wedding will take place The crystal punch bowl was v ... 'i'.) .'I. "1 t:4t: <''r'r .
with prizes were played and Friday, May 23, at the First flanked on either side with silver -' ,. : :,
refreshments served during United Methodist Church.Mr. candelabras holding burn- c.. "",,. c ,I. ."..
the party hours 8 and 10 p.m. Ing white tapers. The bowl and .' '
The highlight of the evening and Mrs. Ted Kamared- candelabras were encircled .I. .. ., .<. ;. ", .
was the crowning of the king dine, who have spent the past with daisies and fern. Pouring ." ; '. ,J" ) .
I and queen of the adults and month in Cleveland, Ohio, are punch was Mrs. James .' '':"y '

: sweetheart of the youth by staying with her aunt, Mrs. A. Knowles. Mrs. Tommy Shell, .' \ '." ', : .I 'u"'t." '.
I popular vole. J. Barry, for the time being. sister-in-law of the bride,!: ,'.
The church hall was appropriately .' .' ,1. .
decorated in the Tammy Baldree, Mr. ;,' % ; \ '\ \
Valentine motif with white Mrs. Charles Baldree. St. Edward's Cr lurch Planning 1 !IfI2 \ ; .. ".. ;; 'fJ'" i

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I d. Dinner Party larch 16 ..t I 1 .".,,, ,, 1 1 I
Jennifer Pfiester Celebrated G-- l' '. ,r .
Ii Richard Welty presided boys, ushers and girt bearers. ..I I,' ; ,:* .. j
t over the meeting of St. Ed Mi's. John Samons reportedon ... ,( ,
t Sixth Birthday Saturday .., .. ) I 1' r ,
ward's Parish Council held CCD program. First : ji. '. .
February 24 in the Church Confession is scheduled for J. '
f Jennifer Pl ester celebratedher Out-of-town guests were Mr. March 8 and First Holy .. .-r
Hall.Mrs. "
sixth birthday at a party and Mrs. Wilson Bell and Robbie Shatter Communion will be celebratedon

Saturday morning given by children. Lisa and Travis, of reported on plans for a dinner Holy Thursday.Mr. ,
t. her mother, Mrs. Fdward Gainesville.Mr. party to be held on March 16 Welty asked membersto I II I

Pfiester, at their home at the for adult parishioners in the cooperate in the upcoming ... .. '

State Farm. parish hal Cancer Crusade. .".... 0" ...," .
The "Snoopy" theme was Mr. Welty informed Members were encouragedto f rI .
out in the and Mrs. W. A. Weldon members that tickets would participate in the World .. c '
carried party .
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and of Bushnell : !
family spent Day of to be held .. i .
decorations Including soon be available for the Prayer at the '" .. 1 ''< : 3
the weekend with Mrs. Gladys Christian Church at 'i .. 1 '1 I' ,I
streamers in the party rooms. dance scheduled on April 18 at 11:00 a.m. .:\i./
During the party hours the Weldon. Joining the family on the National Guard Armory.Mrs. Friday, March 7. 4.'f....,' ; '
eight youngsters enjoyed Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Lester Humphriesgave The next meeting is .). .r.I.f.'r-..'I":"' )'. i,
Weldon and {
playing and refreshments and Steve daughtersof information about the scheduled for March 31 at 7:30: 'i'' t. "'-1" ) j
were given party favors. Macclenny. schedule for lectors, altar p.m. .,, ;' > "t.'.11.. "," .
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C. Jones ,, ) ,1 ; .
..I. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes. Hamilton. A.Sundem and the Mrs.S. W. '.1.\) ',.:\ .' .' ; I".t(', .,I..,,.
winning .
Funeral Home Mrs. Onle Thornton of couple at Duplicate Bridge iir.. : \ ::: .
Auburndale and Mrs. P. S. Tuesday night. Mrs. Rhea

Crews of Lawtey were Johnson and Mrs. Hilda Dey ,: .. '
STARKE PHONE 964-62OO Saturday guests of Mr. and were second and Mr. and Mrs. I
RENTAL Mrs. W. F. Atwood at a fish R. E. James .
were third. I.
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HOSPITAL BEDS WALKERS. WHEEL fry. The public Is invited to >' t 1 ,' t. .. 'f .. ,
CHAIRS play "
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CRUTCHES with the Duplicate Bridge -'. ," '; +' ',.", ,'.. : ; ".< .
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mc- Club which meets every Tues- .' : .t
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Daniel of Brunswick, Ga. day night at 7:30: p.m. in the MASTER CHARGE' 8t ANQAMEnICARb'.Kt rtl:\:... : '" .,, ".,..,., .' i

PHONE 473-3176 were weekend guests of Mr. Pratt Street Recreation ,. : Q {f .?.trt.1j ; t.I: : !;,,, ,, ,,,w.
and Mrs. Gilbert Goldwire. Center. l'. '\ .. ." .. ,. .' .., 'I" ........ -, """ .......,......L....,..........'I

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Miss Sinclair ----.--- ----= -.--

Two Complimented Bridal PartiesMiss At 97thI'9'ak $/ &Ae.JVewb !

Evelyn Sinclair April GfaJyi Wlooly Society Cdiior 964.7608 .....
6 bride-elect was honored at -... -- -
two parties in the past week.
Last Thursday Miss Sinclairwas

.. complimented at a kit- Fii Bicentennial Theme To BeAt i Used
chen shower given by Mrs. L. '
D. Vining, Mrs. H. C. Ritch Woman's Club Luncheo,n 'Wednesday
..;J. Mrs. H. M. Richarde and Mrs. Mrs. Palmer
.. Weldon
...... "... T, T. Long at the home of the The 'American Revolution chairman; Mrs. G.Mrs.J.: Williams; Mrs. J. D.
Bicentennial celebration McGriff co-chairman
Mrs. D. W.
r l1 A focal point in the living authorized by CongressionalAct C. Al-Futch, Mrs. Harry M. Seymour Mrs. Gladys Wasdin, and Whiffen Mrs
room was a basket of flowers and in the planning stage Hatcher, Mrs. C. A. Knight Ewell Lawson .
v. hanging from the center of the for nine years will be the Mrs. L. G. Powell Mrs. A brief business'meeting
mantel with bows and Mrs. E. B.
topic at the regular Cynthia
program will follow the
t, streamers cascading down to s luncheon meeting of the Searing Mrs. Gladys program.

each gift on the floor. Woman's Club of Starke at 12
One game was played and a noon Wednesday March 12. -
prize awarded to the winner. Following luncheon Mrs. C. STRAWBERRIES

The hostesses presented the N. Christy chairman of the

honoree with a novelty kitchen : : i- club's Home Life Department ., ., r PICKED DAILY
corsage and a Sunbeam will present Eugene L.
From Our Own Farm.
electric can opener and knife Matthews, president of the j

sharpener.The 25 invited guests Included llfl Bradford Board of Trustees County Historical and vice FOR,YOUR CONVENIENCE '.'"

Mrs. Clyde Sinclair chairman of the local Sunbeam Dessert Shells & Cool Whip Topping
mother of the honoree Mrs.N. Bicentennial Committee who

K. Hurst of Indianapolis will discuss plans for thenation's FARMBEST
Ind., aunt of the honoree Mrs.T. 200th birthday anniversary 54 GAL.

C. Chastain Mrs. Jerry in 1976, and the CELERY DIXELAND gf 19
Williams and Mrs. Jessie county's No. 1 Bicentennial STALK 1
Chastain mother sister and project restoration of the old

grandmother of the prospec- Bradford County courthouse.The .
tive groom. speaker will illustratehis SUNBEAM
talk with photographic BREAD
----- the
slides showing cour-

Dianne Anderson Becomes Bride Rhonda Knowles-Melvln Morgan thouse since its construction 16 Oz. $1 00
Miss Sinclair was honoredat in 1902 to the present time. 3 LBS $100 3
a luncheon on Saturday In keeping with the theme a Loaves JL
In Mad St. Church
Of Billy Williams In Raiford Feb 14 given by Mrs. Warren Winkler Wedding Bap. quartet composed of Mrs.

and daughter, Denise and ..
Carl Hurst, Mrs. Bobby .
Mrs. M. A. Baldwin and Miss Rhonda Gail Knowles, assisted in serving.
her Neil Crawford PERRETS
Given in marriage by Taylor Mrs.
Miss Janet Dianne Anderson
Rice of mint f\'iO
Mrs. James daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. bags green net
Mon- will
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. father the bride wore a long daughter tied with yellow satin ribbons and Mrs. Bill Shultz \jE: $
D. of
held at the Baldwin Knowles Palatka
Raiford white satin with fitted tuoro present a medley of songs of \.O
Robert J. Anderson of gown
and were out to the guests. MILK
home N. Walnut Street. Melvin Ralph Morgan passed
lace bodice and rounded lace on the Revolutionary era. f\\C GAL
and Willie J. D. Williams son
The guests were seated at son of Mr. and Mrs. Leaton U. Following a wedding trip to
of Mr. and Mrs. Willie collar. The long net sleeves Silver Springs and Disney Mrs. announcedthat
card tables covered with Morgan Jr. of Starke ex- Christy
ended with lace cuffs at the
Williams of Macclenny were World the couple is residing in non-members of the club
linen lace edged cloths with changed wedding vows on
wrists. Her full length skirt
united in marriage Friday matching napkins. The tables Saturday Feb. 8, at 8 p.m. in Starke. will be welcome to attend the Norman's Farm
Feb. 14, at 7:30: p.m. in the had a wide lace border. Her were centered with crystal the Madison Street Baptist The bride attended Palatka program and luncheon but
white satin headpiece securedher
New River Methodist Churchin South School and
Church with Rev. Denton High is that luncheon reservations
Raiford. Rev. John W. Yar- long chapel length net compotes and holding Sumrall performing the employed at Priest's Dime should be made by March 10.
pompoms pink baby'sbreath. Produce Market
train and she carried a cas-
brough performed the double-
Store. Cost of the luncheon is
of and Bridal place cards double-ring ceremony.A $1.50
cade bouquet pink
ring candlelight ceremony.The marked the seating program of nuptial music Mr. Morgan is a 1970 gra- and reservations may be
altar was highlightedwith white carnations and daisies arrange- duate of Bradford High School made with Mrs. 617 N. Temple Avc.9646O71
basket of white wed- centered with a white orchid.A ment for the 24 guests. was rendered-by Mrs. Edward Christy, .
a and is
employed at Titanium
Carnation Ripplinger organist and Mrs. phone 964-5735.
ding ground flowers of arched against and a back-branched church reception yard.was Guests held in were the presented to the corsages honoree were her Jackie Chapman soloist. Enterprises in Green Cove Hostesses for this meetingwill Open MoriSalS

l candelabras with bur- greeted by Mrs. Ralph Odomof mother Mrs. Clyde Sinclair The ceremony was per- Springs. be: Mrs. Christy

ning tapers palms and Macclenny and presented to Mrs. T. C. Chastain and Mrs. formed against a backgroundof T _ -- r _ -_
The windows held the receiving line composed of Jessie Chastain. The hos- two cathedral baskets of ,
greenery. tesses also the honoree yellow and white gladioli and
single tapers and the pews the bride and groom their gave a .
silver towel and flanked by two seven-
were marked with pink carna- parents and bridal attendants.The
branched candelabras
magazine rack as a mementoof ent-
tions with burgundy bride's table was the occasion. wined with ivy holding burn- 5

streamers. covered with a lace cloth and ing white tapers. A focal point
Presenting a program of centered with an arrangementof was the lighted cross. ,
nuptial music were Miss Beth daisies and carnations Leaton Morgan III attended \ tI

Davis pianist. Miss Cindy balanced by three candles. At his brother as best 1 \ .
Thornton cousin of the bride one end of the table was a four man and matron of honor was
soloist and Gary Griffis of tiered, pillared cake with a Mrs.Terry Luke cousin of the I ,.e -
Raiford pianist.Mr. heart shaped scallop. The bride. 1 (<\ 1
attended his
Williams with bride Mrs. Luke attired in o '
cake was topped a was a 1 I
son as best man. Ushers were floor of ( w-
and groom. A punch bowl was length gown yellow
Wayne and Bobby Williams at the other end of the table. flocked polyester with empire 1 o
brothers of the groom and waist and long full sleeves. I

David Grubbs....brother-in-law Mrs. Mitchell An erSoh! sis-, She .
ot' the groom! *.:.]I ',' I ter-in-Iaw of the,.pride, cuilhe'.. halllnd.carrlelt wore; .a matching a' nosegay picture,Of.:;.1 .;, ,a .. i, \ .. ,r-s V. v :,.i ., ,,' ,
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Miss Mdl ;
cake.Mrs.Wade' Andrews and \.
mums tied with 'Joflg: I, { "iJ i t
.. son'attended her I I-sister ps .Mra JUolicrH Moore presided., I streamers." f". 'I .. .. J. "..
maid of honor. She wore an at the punch bowl. Mrs. Gary The bride given in \ : '::
empire waist gown with the Barnhill kept the bride's book. marriage by her father chosea 1 t "
made of double knit
top pink
was floor length of light I
crepe and the- skirt of bur- Mrs. Jimmy Thornton in mint gown c
gundy velvet. She wore a pink charge of the reception. green polyester over 1 1
taffeta. The empire bodice
bow pink in her long hair stem and carnationswith carriedtwo Following a wedding trip to and the deep cuffs on the long I ,!>b. b."C:>o

burgundy streamers.Mrs. Atlanta Ga. the couple is sheer sleeves were of Venice 1 \ J '!;0
in lace. Her headpiece -
residing Macclenny. was a
David Grubbs sister of I
q"Cb. .', :)
matching :amelot: cap with a ; 1
l the groom Mrs. James shoulder length veil of sheer I

Philips Jr. and Miss Sue WeddingPostponed Susan FaulknerJoe illusion. She carried a whitebride's I ., .,
Johns bridesmaids.They .
were Bible topped with a
wore gowns identical to Bakken Jr.Engagement double cymbidium orchid with 1 ,
the honor attendant and long satin streamers tied in 1 ''l

carried two pink long stem The wedding date for Donna ToldMr. lover's knots. 1 ,
carnations with burgundy Prevatt and William E. A reception was held in the '' FORvUfV '

streamers. All the gowns were Bigham III, scheduled for church Fellowship Hall. I ,
made by the bride. March 14, has been postponed. and Mrs. Paul Standing in the receiving line I .
Faulkner, Sr. announce the were the bride and groom .
engagement and approaching their parents and attendants.'
Bethel Baptist Church marriage of their daughter The bride's table was
I I Susan Maria to Joseph B. covered with a lace cloth over

Holds Sweetheart Bakken HI, son of Mr. and white satin and centered witha rP
Banquet Mrs. J. B, Bakken Jr., all of three tiered candlelight 'AGTER

Starke. wedding cake topped with a W
f Mr. and Mrs. Charles Miss Faulkner and Mr. miniature bride and groom.
Baldree were chosen king and Bakken both
are 1974 gra- Cutting the cake was Mrs.' ,
queen and Miss Tammy duates of Bradford High George Knowles sister-in-law
Baldree as sweetheart at the School and both are attending of the bride. Flanking the cake I

Bethel Baptist Church Santa Fe Junior College. Miss were arrangements of yellow ... ,

sweetheart banquet held Feb. Faulkner is employed at Fuji mums and white daisies ( : /. .. 'l" r
11 United Farm Agency and Mr. interspersed with fern. v : ,
The occasion was enjoyedby I Bakken is employed at Bad- The punch table was covered (,' : 'd", ., \
the adults and young cock Furniture Store. with a white lace cloth. c-: : ,'
people of the church. Games The wedding will take place The I .
crystal punch bowl was ,' '";4 : 'I :I
I'' with prizes were played and Friday May 23, at the First flanked on either side with silver -' I

refreshments served duringthe United Methodist Church.Mr. candelabras holding burn- t ; .' .! "
party hours 8 and 10 p.m. I .' t :
ing white tapers.The bowl and ', 'J
: The highlight of the eveningwas and Mrs. Ted Kamared- candelabras were encircled I :. ; "
the crowning of the king dine who have spent the past with daisies! and fern. Pouring i ",,3':'.
I and queen of the adults and month in Cleveland Ohio are punch was Mrs. James a .
: sweetheart of the youth by staying with her aunt, Mrs. A. Knowles. Mrs. Tommy Shell ,' r .:b. t .
J popular vote. J. Barry for the time being. sister-in-law of the bride, '
The church hall was appropriately ,\ '-'y. t
[ decorated in the Tammy Baldree, Mr. and -, .1 ('.. '; \ "
Valentine motif with white Mrs. Charles Baldree. St. Edward's Cl hurch Planning -., .. ." "" ., ,. \

[ streamers and hearts.Jennifer. ', : .. ,
Dinner Party arch 16 j r '
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Pfiester Celebrated ,.. ,
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Richard presided boys ushers and girt bearers.
Welty t, I' 1''s' ? ti o f fy'
the Edward's Mrs. John Samons
Sixth over meeting of St. reportedon .
Birthday Saturday
t I Parish Council held CCD program. First .. ) ) .' ; I' .r. .

February 24 .in the Church Confession is scheduled for ). : .
f Jennifer Pfiester celebratedher Out-of-town guests were Mr. Hall. March 8 and First Holy ,,' 0', '
sixth birthday at a party and Mrs. Wilson Bell and Mrs. Robbie Shaller Communion will be celebratedon 'r "

i Saturday morning given by children. Lisa and Travis of reported on plans for a dinner Holy Thursday.Mr. 'It
L her mother Mrs. Fdward Gainesville.Mr. party to be held on March 16 Welty asked membersto

Pfiester, at their home at the for adult parishioners in the cooperate in the upcoming : ... ..
State Farm. parish hal Cancer Crusade. ;,..,:. ,/ .:
The "Snoopy" theme was Mr. Welty informed Members were encouragedto f r". I
and Mrs. W. A. Weldon
carried out in the party members that tickets would participate in the World .. I I
decorations including and family of Bushnell spent soon be available for the Day of Prayer to be held at the <>, r. ... ; .'...'" ,',':" t
the weekend with Mrs. ." .1
streamers in the party rooms. Gladys dance scheduled on April 18 at Christian Church at 11:00: a.m. 1" I.. 1 \:. t< .! '. ,,
Weldon. the -.1 ."
family on
During the party hours the the National Guard Armory.Mrs. Friday March 7. I

eight youngsters enjoyed Steve Sunday Weldon were and Mr. daughtersof and Mrs. Lester Humphriesgave The next meeting is ;? ; ; ; ,,.

playing and refreshments and Macclenny. information about the scheduled for March 31 at 7:30: 'i', :'* :;'I'< :' '
were given party favors. schedule for lectors altar p.m. '' > \ 1

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Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Weekly DUPLICATE BRIDGE ,. ":. .''iZ&W' ; :1', $& %

DeWitt C. Jones of Ocala were Sunday visitorsof CLUB RESULTST.A.SundemandMrs.S.
: Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes. W. '''. '. +vWWMASTER V, JS'A .
Hamilton the I"" .
Funeral Home Mrs. Onie Thornton of couple at Duplicate winning Bridge .

Auburndale and Mrs. P. S. Tuesday night. Mrs. Rhea

Crews of Lawtey were Johnson and Mrs. Hilda Dey ,
STARKE P.HONE 964-62OO Saturday guests of Mr and were second and Mr. and Mrs. I II

RENTAL Mrs.,. W, F. Atwood at a fish R. E. James were third. .. I'

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CHAIRS public invited ." .'"
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Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mc- Club which meets every Tues- '. : 't : .
Daniel of Brunswick Ga. day night at 7:30: in the : L .
p.m. CHARGE &; : : -\:.. c.,. 'I' \< t
PHONE 473-3176 were weekend guests of Mr. Pratt Street Recreation ; Q ANQAMERICARD1M .: '. .:, "'r. t .. .. -. .. .. .
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.< ;., ..*-':'. I BICENTENNIALBELLS Evangelist To Be 4-H News and Viewsby
atAssembly Lowell llMi rlsh

of God 4-H Leaders and their periences with one another I I
"Mrs.- F. H. Kramer was in Local admittances to ir I Ip Evangelist W. W. Hays will families held a covered dish and formed a committee to
t the North Florida Regional Bradford County Hospital this speak at the First Assembly of supper last Thursday night at plan the 4-H booth at the
God March 9 at 7:30 the Bradford County county fair.Among .
Hospital from Wednesday to week include: Mrs. Bertha' starting :
Tuesday for observation and Lang, Raiford;, Mrs. Agnes p.m. The church is located at (Agriculture Building. those 4-H leaders
treatment. 4 Turner, Melrose; William the corner of Brownlee and Following the supper, Bobby attending were: Mrs. Minnie
Baldree and Mrs. Blanche p Weldon Streets, with Rev. .Taylor,County Agent showed Redding Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. James W. Curtis, Lake Geneva; Mrs. Charles Whatley as pastor.Mr. several films to the young Delmas Stone Mr. and Mrs.
Klein,operators of the Temple Lattice Rucker Lake Butler; Hays began his minis- people in another room. Billy Melson, Mr and Mrs. J.
Motel, will celebrate their Mrs. Violet Baldwin, Putnam the 200th birthday of try 21 days after his conver- 4-H leaders and their T Parrish, Mr. and Mrs.
23rd wedding Hall; Mrs. Elsa Oliver sion from alcoholism and drug spouses were lead in a Royce Joiner; Mrs. Clevinger,
anniversary on can give a
you addiction, and has travelled discussion of 4-H in Bradford Mrs. Brenda Fertig and Mr.
Saturday, March 8. Hawthorne; Mrs. Romana ::4 present that really rings true
Crapse, Lawtey some 750,000 miles giving his County. Lowell Parrish, and Mrs. Charles Baldree.
; as a symbol of the past, present Extension for
Martelle testimony and preaching in Agent 4-H, ---- ----
Mrs. John S. Large of Erie, Kimbroulh and Mrs. and future of this country.An .
Par was last Wednesday and Matthews, Keystone Heights; hundreds of churches of all emphasized the critical importance FILING CABINETS. Typewriter
Thursday guest of Miss Mrs. Juanita Harless Mrs. appealing little Liberty faiths of 4-H leaders. stands, desks chairs and
Madge Middleton Miss Mid- Audrey Smith, Mrs.. Starlett Bell has been cast as a sturdy, He founded and was super Leaders enable 4-H to reach safes. We can order them for
dleton also had as last Wed- Armstrong, Mrs. Selma safety-lock key chain or intendent of three rescue type many more young people. The you. The Office Shop. Ph.
nesday luncheon guest Mrs. Ellington,Jesse Stewart, Mrs. The Brown triplets,Jody,Jennifer,and Jason,at their fifth pendant on a fashionable 24 missions, ministering to over leaders shared their 4-H ex 9646305. -
Nelson Smith of Orange Park. Sharon Cross, Dennis Rhoden, birthday party. inch chain. Each comes in a 350,000 human derelicts on lOQuooooooooooeooooooaDAY. taovvty.
, Mrs.Betty Martin, Mrs.Joyce long-lasting silver-plate finish skid rows in Arkansas and
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Coleman and Mrs. Cora Triplets Celebrate, Fifth with the hand-rubbed look of Oklahoma, and at present is' CARE
Dopson of Jacksonville were Hardman, Starke. old pewter. Emblazoned on engaged in general CENTER '
recent visitors of Dr. and Mrs. Birthdays At Two Parties them is the date 1776 and a evangelism with emphasis on V v >fr V 9
Ronald E. Dopson at. .Lake Mr. and Mrs. James Cash tricornered hat such as those prison work. FROM ARM BABIES = ,A 0
Geneva. and family of Orlando were Jody, Jennifer and Jason cakes and ice cream. worn by the Minutemen in The public is invited to TO SCHOOL AGE
weekend visitors of her Brown celebrated their fifth The 30 little friends were their struggle for liberty; and attend these services.,
,Mr and Mrs. Eddie Douglasand parents, Mr.and Mrs. Charley birthdays at two parties over given leis and favors during the 'date 1976 and a space CONSTANT CARE2 -
children spent Wednesday Johns. the weekend. the party hours. helmet like those worn by the BALANCED SNACKS
to Saturday visiting Mr. and The triplets birthdays, astronauts of today and TilE BRADFORD
Mrs. Jimmy Rowe and family Mr. and Mrs. J.' G. Jackson which fell on Feb. 28, was ----- tomorrow. Published COUNTY TELEGRAPH NOW OPEN 7:00: A.M. TO 4:30: P.M.
in Sanford. They visited Sea spent the weekend with Mr. celebrated on Saturday after-. every Thursdayat
World on Friday night. and Mrs. Duke Bear in Floral noon at an ice cream party On Sunday the family had a You can find these Starke 138 W.,Florida Call Street 32091 REASONABLE RATES
Bicentennial items in fine
City held at the Dairy Queen. The hamburger cookout at the WE WILL WORK WITH MOTHERS TO SOLVE.
Mrs. Allen Price and son, birthday sheet cage home of the'children's grand- jewelry and department stores,
!Mark of Mr 'and Mrs. Charles was or send $4.50 for each key Second Class postage paid
Lynn Haven were last decorated with a dog on the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Julian ring THEIR PROBLEMS
Wednesday to Friday visitorsof Lawson and children, Alan top and was served with E. McRae. and each bell pendant to at Starke,FloridaSubsdiplion ( )
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. and Laurie, of Tallahasseewere cup The occasion also cele- M. Weiner Co., Inc., 373 Greater Bethlehem FreeWill ,. .t.r
M. B. Jordan. Friday overnight guestsof brated the 70th birthday of the Washington St., Boston, Mass. Rates: .
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. children's great-grandfather,, 02108, so you can participate in In trade area: |8.00 per Baptist Church : '
Mr. and Mrs LaRue H. A. Lawson.Mr. Mr. and Mrs A. B. Robert E. Bitgood of the beginning of another Belle year; f3.50 six months 964-5136' ., /
Williams and sons of Ormond Whitehead visited Mr. and Theressa. Epoch in America not CHESTNUT ST.AT ASH ST OR
Beach will visit her parents, and Mrs. Franklin Mrs. Ed Waslin on the Twenty-one members of the Outside trade area: 17.00 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL 9648866truly
:Mr and Mrs. R A. Colson, Ritch and Miss June Hunt of' Suwannee River near family enjoyed the affair., per year;M.OQ six months
ovprthe: : weekend. Gainesville and Mrs. Pearl Branford on Monday.
Edwards were Sunday dinner f
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guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale,Jerome Johns and
:Mr and. !Mrs. J. W. Ritch
Douglas Har y" son, Philip were on a hunting
iind, Mrs Daisy Perryman trip in Honduras last week,
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Kate Sheppard I
Mrs: Tommy Johns in Mac- visiting her sister, Mrs. Eua| Mrs. Brian Hamilton and

clenny... \ : for Hollingsworth in Fort White. Miss Lillian Stump spent the
II: weekend with Mrs. W. H.
Thomson in Monticello and
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'.'. for Miss Cindy :
Campbell, fiancee of William :
Thomson, III.

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CHOCOLATE. John and daughter, Joy, were p.
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tested a television commercial
weight. Ayds contains vitamins and minerals, but no that claimed powdered bleach

drugs. Four flavors. See what the Ayds plan can do "A" yielded twice as many of I Id
the required -
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you. "A" cost 6.2 cents per ;:2.:
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I i January Land Sales Total $435.466

STARKE Land sales IJavId sale totaling $389,300 west quarter of Section 17-6- Section 33.7-22.39,100. $6,000. Sampson Elva Lake G, Krikland" $5,000. to
( recorded in Bradford County compared to January's 22, near SR)16) $36,000. William B. Thompson and Clarence E. Gullion and
I during the month of January $435,466 James F, McGilvray and Norma D. Thompson to Lloyd G. Edwards to Loreda M. Gullion 3
reached a total of $435,466 and January 1974 sales totaled Geneva M. McGilvray to Donald R. Thompson and William C. Wilson and Dottie lying partly in Lots -27 and acres 28,,
involved a total of 21 parcels 469000. November 1974 sales Robert Lamm and Joyce C. Thompson parcelof Sue Wilson A parcel of land of Section 16 of Woodlawn ?,
I changing hands. totaled 315000. Lamm Lot Three of Bloc land in Section 23-6-22 in Section 26-6-21 near 4500. -

Largest sale of the monthwas Land values are determinedfrom Two Unit One of Seminole Lloyd G. Edwards to Joel D.
for$130,000 when Thomas documentary tax stamps Ridge Sub-Division $24,000. Graham Movie "Time To Run" Harris and Sherion Ann
O. Smith. Jr. and Jeanette affixed to deeds filed In the '
Harris a parcel of land in
Leo C. and
clerk's office in the Champion
Sutton Smith sold 200 acres to county
Paul R. Clayton, Sr and courthouse. Other January Donald Bertha R.R. Champion and to To Be Shown In Starke AprilStarke Lake Section$4,500.Frank 26-6-22. near Sampson.
Bettye M. Clayton. The land is 1975 transactions In excess of Thompson
Melba K
located about one and one-half $1,000 recorded in Januarywere .Joyce C. Thompson a parcelof has been selected fora A representative of World Cower ,
miles north of Starke, east of : land in Section 23-6-22 eastof limited engagement during w
US-301 and north of the Belco Enterprises Inc. to Starke 21000.
April 10-13( : for the premiere of
Marklee Starling Road, in James L. Andrews and Canova M Howard and the motion picture TIME TO Girl"
O. Howard to Kerr- Production "Ask Any
Section 10 and 11 of Township Shirley Nell Andrews 3 Shirley RUN.
6 South. Range 22 East. parcels: Tract A of Country McGee Corporation- 2 parcelsin World Wide Pictures the the
'y December land sales were Club Estates; .51 acres in Sections 25-6-19 and 36-6-19 producers of the film has Staged Tonight,7:30,, P.M.
skyrocketed to$2.45 million by Southwest quarter' of $20,000. announced the appointment of :
the sale of the 1,638 acre A.F. Southeast quarter of Section Mary Ann Speed to Ronald Merritt Williams as Executive ] comedy production, "Ask Any Girl" will be per. ,
McDavid farm at Brooker to 23 and 22.68 acres in Nor M Hersey and L. Jackie
Chairman for the Starke area the public tonight by the Bradford High School
Kerr-McGee Corporation. But thwest quarter of Northeast Hersey Southeast quarter of showings. Williams is Class.
trading in December was quarter of Section 26, Southwest quarter of Section. enlisting the support of has been working all year on this play and
actually less brisk, $50,000. 23-8-22 containing 40 acres numerous civic leaders and a big crowd" says Mrs. Julie Fuller, instruc.
disregarding the huge Mc- L. L. Norman and Leon F. 13400. residents and of the play. Curtain time is 7:30
other to formulate and director :
............. ........ Brady Collins and Gladys class
.......... Norman to Lowell E. (Pat) Collins to Thomas Carl plans for the premiere. (Thursday, March 6)) in the Bradford High!) audi-
Varbrough West half of the
will not be responsible for Southeast lying south quarter of SR-229 that, Section part Harper Harper a and parcel Joan of land Elizabeth in the TIME According TO RUN is Williams.a new Edwards plays "Meg Wheeler" who uses statistics

any debts other than my own. 34-5-21 $41,666.. Wilbur C. North half of the Southwest feature-length color release husband. The production also stars Randy Martin,
Laurence W. Batten from the Graham
Up Emery and Mary H. Emery to quarter of Section 35-6-22 Ministry studios.Billy He said Film he she Miss Edwards in the scene shown above, and Kevin

.............................. Gloria Howard J.Lawrence Bayles a Bayles parcel and of $12,000.Emory L. Brown and Van P. believes"the film will have an also includes Allan Birt, Dominick Meyers Gail
land in Northeast quarter of Brown to Allan R. Archey and immeasurable positive im of Lavender, Rosie Richardson, Denise Griffis.
NOTICE the' lives of both
for Northeast quarter of Section Judy R. Archey a parcel of pact on Debbie Branson, Glenda Epps, Darlene Bennett
I will not be responsible teenagers and their parents in
land in the Southwest
quarter'of Harmon.
36-8-22, near SR-21 and Sr-214 "
bills other than those and
any 40000. Southwest quarter of our community added the Branson is also assistant director of the play In-
made by myself Ruth Carter Construction of Northeast quarter and the that "if Starke residents Marian Stotzer is the technical director. The BHS
Thornton. South half of Northwest planned to see only one motion Mrs. Denise
ClaudeW. headed by McCullough,
-Ruth Thornton Tallahassee Inc., to he
all this is
Owen,Sr. 1.03 acres in the quarter of Southwest quarterof picture year one the scenery. Glenda Epps is in charge of lighting
3:6: 3tp 3:20: Northwest quarter of North- Northeast quarter of they should see. by Linda Salazar.

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High, Food Prices

sunshine: lood rich in
Want to vitamins and minerals,
Be cost of food'?? income / -
and knowledge! !
even a small
Stephens says, .

your space is

<' <( ...;<. ,\, >? < K( 'f\\;,.{'.... ,'0' ; ,; >d garden Golfers
'f.tj r'W'i ); '; ; your family with
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If.it:" ." '' .' ::t' : .. ... : ; ., of tomatoes
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Ji7J't: ... .. ;,. ...;.. ,.,;,,' Buchholz
y "'. '' '< location
:, .. ;" w". rwp1ip"; : "J.i4.m"f' i'. Ip, for your
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For small areas, visiting liuchlml/.TuesdaS m iI i

QOQ0E0) ) E L EUI D (Q I that you produce like best an sudden Slurke Gulf death' and plaoil'aI(C'ountrv. Club the

)' on a few Kd Walts and David (;sows
Iji." I' sass, 'paired up to challenge limit
301 Starke Fla. I r iiii arrange with Ind, Hollers :John Forney and
BANKAMERICARD.U.S. { ] Extension office Tim Hi ley lor the :sudden
to determine
death nUlt :h.Watts paned on
Open Mon Wed 9 To 8 Thurs Sat 9 To 9 Sun.12. :To e ; needs. II/ the lirst hole and Gaines
: :.+ +.rwa..d > .,' yww.-i-4 lt /yJlJ (' p d '! t twwwWrrars' ; t tacidsoil'r."abply' ;' J>VHH'rt.Mhlleil>(>ih, J Yuim/
Qr ( 'unldunl
of men bogicd and BUS won the
., w.r :! : /'' wingthe soil
-- Fa notch. IhatUS I tied I74-I74
mixed in during Golf .Coach Warnev
20 Gallon Adkinson noticed alter the,
mulch to have Match and when he got home
alter settling. that one ol t ho:.t'OI'l'l'a ids was
GalvanizedGarbage helps conserve l11ul'kc'dI'on/! and! lillS won
...:.;;. KOTEX weeds and the match b.v regulation!

.. .......:.;:ffi.:::::.::::::: ::;;!r 1 m r \' Water about Lee Casey 11'4.was marked lor
I morning :shooting bid( his real
if there's not a score was a 42. Hut when the
G6"r I foilage will dry player signs the cards, that's
.. Box Of helps prevent it.
Watts was the low man lor
information HITS with a :seven OUT par; -4.
CANS ....... ; : c or insect control. followed I by James; \\ Ilh a 41.:
::::::;::;::: :':';'::::::::::::;::::;::;::::::;;::::l:::.:.:;: :: 12 Extension
t Paterson hit a 45; and ('ass,
can provide you was! marked for I a 44.
Umlt2' Extension "I think we did pretty well
r suited to Florida considering (he wet and cold
I. varieties, weather. ," said Co.idi Adku1son. -
plants needed. : .
says successlul I.t'l'bburdid/ not show: lor
$ O33 J ( not .accidental.,: the match last 1'ridIdlll'; In
Limit 2 '-: fJWWlN ; C result of plan transportation and the match
44 care and the will probably lx' re-scheduled
things grow This Friday" the gnllcrsmeet
many things a Lake City at home starting "
garden may offer \ at :3Io::)() p.ns.'I'ursrLi, l bItS
II. satisfying ex- travels to Ocala to meet Vanguard -

.. fresh air,, exercise, also at ;:iio:: p.m.,

Jergen's Supreme?

: Dishwashing Steel WoolBALLS -, NewsBy

LIQUID Elizabeth Givens Walker

MOWS; evening service, 7pm.Kbenezrr .
TrueChurch,, : Baptist Church.
Elder Samp- Rev Leroy Davis pastor A
pastor. Prayer Talent Program will! be given
32 Oz. 6 To Box Monday night. Friday, March 7. at 8 p.n'-
t and Terry Musical groups solos and
C night. readings will be presented for
Limit 2 77 Limit 4 22" and Teaching your entertainment,
night. Sunday St. John's Missionary
; begin'ith Baptist Church. Rev. Willie
at 10 a.m. Huffman pastor. Prayer
at 11. Bans. 12 noon each Mondu ".
|1..t tjilijhe l m Prayer Meeting, and Bible,
h Church, Rev. Class combined at 5 p.m. each
I pastor. Tiny Wednesday Choir, Rehearsal.
ii 1 Gallon Monday night. 7 p.m. Thursday. March 7.
Capri Senior Choir Ushers Board No. 1 and 2 will
Plans are in the rehearse Friday.March?, at 8
II' Easter rehearsals.
Coleman Facial night Prayer p.m.Sunday services will begin
Thursday night with Church School at 10 a.m.
at the church, and Morning Service,., 11 a.m.
meeting. Friday Afternoon service, 3 p.m. Visitors -
;; ; Band Sunday is always welcome. '
Church School Greater Allen Chapel AMK
3 FUEL TISSUE : Worship at Church Rev. R. G. Heastie
will be served at, pastor,' Weekly services Tues
: service a p.m. day night. Class Meeting and
Church. Rev. Prayer Meeting combined.
Gal Can Limit 4 Bethel pastor Thursday night. Rev; Leroy
.. 10 a.m. Davis and congregation from
11 at 11, Love- Ebenezer will render services
Limit 2 will be at Greater Allen' Chapel in

; .. ; i afternoon service behalf of-the .Women'a.Day
{ drive.. Sunday service begin
i ; 1 Baptist Church. with Church School/10 a.m.
47 25 Dvim pastor, bTbe I'annual..Wornea'*,' Day:
$1 and Prayer Meet-; program will terminate At if
II ,I : Church Con-: a.m. the speaker" will be Mr*
I 1:30-: pm, Mary Blake of'Jacksonville.Musical .
,,*Church School.,, :3tt.a.m.: program, 3 p.m.. at
JI Morning Worship at 11. Com- which time all captains will
munion will be given during make their reports

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:March 6, 1975 TEI.KURAI'II. 1 Page :5\

J' 3 Persons $702,000 Kenr>McGee Offer On UC Acreage Is Rejected ,

ArrestedFor objection to considering some McGee proposal which was ment and that Irom $16.000
The Union Union
LAKE BUTLER League baseball that he would and
kind of a lease agreement on seconded by commissioner $17.0(10( Quid be needed to order to receive $17.0; in advised In letter Ih.a
Commission rejectedan field about teams in the Was
County the vote Com seven Il'lierallundl The funds will
the property,, he added l Crews. On adequately provide for the >
offer of$702,000 for the purchase summer and that a rural structural t survey'uillIx
PotThree Gerald Griffis and program be administered the CtBBAgenc"s :
"I would be in favor of missioners department. Schretzmann by :larch l h:. 1 District
of 520 acres of county more would be required concluded in :
owned land Tuesday March 4, leasing it rather than sellingit. Archie Clemons favored the requested the board's assistance lor his space operation. Division of Aging Forester J. I' PrevailPrevail \,.
It's like Will Rogers rejection but Chairman and the Home-maker's Program
lor interim financing will .ln assisted in
the allocation of
persons were Kerr-McGee. Corporation used to say about land, 'they Woodington voted against it. that would be needed in four to Approved lor senior citi/ens. A l Fire
arrested based the the survey ho)
of making
Oklahoma mining $2.137 at Mrs
Monday for an request
land total ol has been
ain't making any more of that Bill John acquition six'weeks when the 18 volunteers grant $37.410
possession more than five company submitted a pur- stuff,"" commissioner Clyde agent in Bradford and Union completed their training Mary Sue Kuhn ol Rail'ord. in made available for Bradford C'hiel Ron Prokop
of letter to the
grams marijuana (a felony chase proposal by
Crews said. Counties for Kerr-McGee.
and would be ready to go into
charge) by the Bradford commission for the purchase "I think we oughta sell it I said his company had made action on a county wide basis. hi .1
County Sheriff's Department of 520 acres at a price of .$1,350 and apply the money on the the offer in order to get the In other matters at Tuesday's
Charged for the possessionwere per acre. county's indebtedness, which commissioners' reaction and the
Charlie Arthur Morris, The acreage is the remain I think is more than 800000. now that their decision had missioners meeting: com
53 of Lawtey; Julie Pearl ing portion owned by the Our interest payments alone been made known that his -Authorized Wilson, =
Jerry ,
MuSe 20, of Lawtey; and Tom commissioners of a 1,020 acre amount fo about $64.000 a company would perhaps con- medical technician '
Gregory Bailey, 19, of Starke. tract formerly known as the"' emergency
year:, Chairman D. E, Skip( )' sider a lease arrangement on and Clerk Robert A.
Morris was released on a Lake Butler Naval Air Woodington said. the .
S5COO()() bond and Julie Muse was Station. 500 acres, of the "I'm still not in favor of sell- Kerr-McGee property has been actively application Driggers to by March complete to the an .
released on a $750 bond. The original tract was donated by it. In business I've
in the
ing my engaged acquisition Division of Health for a 50-50 On All MerchandiseOver
Daily bond was not availableat the county to the state for the seen it happen too many of land parcels in Bradford matching fund grant for the
press time. Lake Butler Reception and times: A small land owner and Union counties with a procurement of a new emergency -
Medical Center, after it was sells his property lor what view toward the Installation of medical ambulance. $10
,. acquired by the commission in appears to be a good price and a phosphate mining operationin The county's portion will be In StoreEverything

Boy Scouts 1957. in six months lo a year's time the two counties at some provided by the sale of the .,
"I'm directly opposed to he has no money and his landis time in the future with no county back-up unit. Rescue
selling it outright. Over half gone too" commissioner date as yet being specified 50, for approximately $4.500 Under
To Collect the county is owned by the" Kihcrd said.Riherd when the proposed operationswill and $2.000 will be raised by r
timber companies now. then made the begin. public donations. Wilson said.
For GoodwillLocal commissioner Paul .Riherd motion to reject the Kerr- Fire Chief. Ron Prokop -Heard a report from $1000 In Store
said. "I wouldn't have any sought the commissioner'sappro'al Patrick Frank, alcoholism

for the purchase of coordinator'' for Union County,
Boy Scouts this 500< ) feet of I lire hose to be usedon Frank said the Union Countycase
Saturday March 8, will Navy Expects 5,000 the three fire trucks soon to load was 32 and for Brad--
collect the 1,500 Goodwill bags be put into service by the. ford 44 patients. A total of .
they distributed last Saturdayas county volunteer fire I ighlers.'l'lI. .' $09.359 had been expended in
they finish 1975 par- For Family Day "\\ now that uc'xegol afire the two counties by the alcoholics Y2 PriceFurniture
ticipation in Goodwill Industries' department it looks like
March 9, will be a provide briefings on the ; program
biggest donation. Sunday hundreds of involved we're gonna have to help them under' the direction of the
drive of the year. special day for military processes out on the equipment they' Bradford-Union Guidance
in overhauling engines
families of the NAS "
Starting at 9 a.m. Saturdaythe civilan reworking airplanes and need commissioner Clyde Clinic. Frank endorsed the establishment -
scouts will the Complex. Crews said in seconding
pick up that of an Alcoholics
its building components
bags distributed last weekendand The Navy is opening Commissioner Archledemons' unit for Union '
who Navy pilots airborne. Pots & Pans-
for the thousands keep Antiques
take them to doors for motion to approvethe (County to provide group ,
the Aircraft will be
Industries. there and inviting
point for Goodwill work uniformed $585 purchase The therapy tor alcoholics,which
"We're in desperate need of .youngsters in to see just inspection standing by a to chat with commissioners approved the would be in addition to indivi- Sewing Notions-Buckets-Toys,
these donations," said Lynn where their parents work that to pilot\'isitors. purchase with hi nerd oppos dual therapyprovided by his '

Nettles, director of public bring home the dollars cutaways\ and ing.Chief department.Clerk ,
relations for the 14-county support the family budget. Engine Prokop said that a Robert '
included in the Cosmetics
models will be Shampoo
by the 1.700
Goodwill Industries Sponsored The childrenwill total cost estimate for a advised the commissionersthat
member Jacksonville Naval hangar displays.) communications was
in Jackson- system
headquartered had
!souvenirs temporary permits
be treated to
ville. Ms. Nettles says the Air Station Association $8,500 and would involve the been received Irom the
the and balloons and ;-';aIIIms Hardware & More
house will be held in Many Many
Goodwill factory in open will be shown. purchase of 15 pagers and Department of Pollution Control -
sprawling rework facility; the three mobile units to effectively
Jacksonville recently was will for the continued use of
More than employees
forced to lay off 10 han- largest tenant 'command at their leisure timeachievements equip the lire department lour county landlills. The
dicapped workers and cut the air station. .., The commissionerstook of the
In set expiration temporary
of the an area
back 35-hour work week There will be tours no action on providing the Cabaret
to a assembly line. aside for a giant Hobby) Show, permits is June 30, 1975.
due to a shortage of repairable of industrial This will include arts traits equipment at this time. -Larry Powell county recreation -
displays Joe Schretzmann. presidentof
donated merchandise.The : director suggestedthat
models, antiques
machinery and equipmentwith ceramics the Union Fire
drive to collect County the commissionersreserve
repairable goods is the workers on hand to and collections.a wide variety- ol personal Department, said that his a portion of the Lake 122 Call St.

Jacksonville unit's biggest and lederal officials .-. organization had obtained Butler :Naval': Air Station property -
State* city
effort of the year. "It's a very Local SFCCRegistration have been invited to bids from 12 different sourceson to be used lor the con- StarkeIncreased
big drive and it's very irrv attend theao"s;'; ) 1975 open the minimum'requirements struction ol two baseball
portant to us," Ms. Nettles for all other kinds of fields. Powell said that in an
says. house program. related tire-fighting equip- expanded program for Little

Some 186.000 bags: have
been distributed in the 14
Q.Q.. U Q.Q.O Q.O Q.O Q.Q.O Q.
north Set March 17 f
county area over .
far southas .. .-- .__ It
Florida covering as
Alachua County North to Registration for Santa Fe CAN RHEUMATIC FEVER w++ t4r
Nassau east to St. Johns and Community College Spring
west to Columbia County. Term courses offered in ? "
Starke is, set for Monday. i tr Iu
March 17, from 6-8 p.m, at

I .... Lease Offered Bradford Building,High according School Science,, !rta ...' _.. ,.J .. ,t.o :fj t '' ti

::": 'On UC PropertyLAKE I Richard .Jockel.. BradfuVdCountydirector Unfortunately Its cause Is not completelyclear.
.of the. junior .We dcrtnrow"that'abouF1i 1'o f"ill cues
UUTLEK- request college program. have had tonsllltls or a sore throat from .one\""I E1 LR ? ;
for the lease of 200 acres made Classes begin Wednesday. to four weeks before f :
I by Vernon Dukes at the Lake April 2. Late and add-drop Y f r
Buller Naval Air Station registration is I set from 6.8 It must be recognized before'' the heart la \ 'i .'
property now owned by Union p.m. April 3. seriously injured. Only a physician can dlac- tU .
county was tabled by the Courses to be offered on the nose it. Protect your children. Always consult ",
commissioner's Tuesday Starke campus, each for three your' Doctor when they have a fever sw ya'
or sore
when it was learned that other hours credit include: }
parties had indicated an interest BA 160.62 College Ac- throat. If the diagnosis is early, rheumatic fever '
in leasing the property.The counting 1 I. meeting on Tues- I* not as dangerous '\

commissioner s agreedto day night; instructor Mace i
have a notice inserted in S. YOU OR YOUR DOCTOR CAN PHONE US
the news media that they BE 100.62 The Individual in when you need .a delivery. We will deliver
Mould consider leasing a part a Changing Environment. T, promptly without extra charge. A great many
or all of the property if any LeBlanc, C. people rely on IM for their health' need. We -'
party was interested. BY t 112.61 Introduction to welcome requests for delivery service. and charge -
Anyone who is interested in Genetics and, Evolution W. account
the property is invited to Jockel. R.EH .
make their wishes known to 100,61 The English .964-6757- L r
the commissioners in writing. Language M. Wilson, C. >w
The acreage and the purposefor ES 202.64 Principles ol KOCH'S DRUG 1 STORE ws ,

which it is to be used Economics, Th, Steen, ,W, PRESCRIPTION CHEMISTS
should be indicated in the
lease proposal by the interested All classes sessions are 166 W. Call Starke, Fla.lIiJi .
party, the commissioners from 7-10 p.m. Property Tax
stipulated.Padgett For further information
phone Director' ,Jockel at 964-

DueSentence 6800. JtI--- ft J1fk I IJ1 Almost Due. And You Don't Have The Money To Pay. .

School B&E In ;,\\' _) {fJ'W' ,, f. 3' Guaranty Federal Has A Savings Program ToPrevent

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STARKE A pre-sentence You From Getting Caught Short Again. .

investigation was ordered in

the case of Dewitt Carlton SALE.

Padgett Jr., 19. his of Starke to, . ''.' I ., .. ., Come In And Let Us Show You
after he changed plea
guilty on a charge of breakingand How A Small 'Amount Saved Each
entering with intent to XEROGRAPHIC PAPER Sale Price

commit a misdemeanor. Week Adds Up To A Substantial

Padgett will appear for sentencing ;'J : Amount Quickly .
Tuesday March II, LETTER; SIZE Reg. $410 Bm $340LEGAL :
R. A.
before Circuit Judge }

Green, Jr.Padgett. 'SIZE aweM28 Here's What You Earn

had previously Annual. Annual Minimum Minimum. Type ofYI.Id
entered of not guilty on
a plea
.a entering charge and of grand breaking larceny and at ''Further Savings By The Case Rate Term Investment Accour-t

the Vo-Tech School in Starke, ; 7.79"10 7.50IOYr.' .. 100,000 Certificate
but pled guilty on docket day, '10 AmslE'TTE ?, .* 7.79"10 1.50% 4 Yn. 1,000 Certificate

Monday, March 3, to the 8,98"10 8.75% 2Yz Yr., 1,000 Certificate : '
charge for which he will be. SIZE( CaseX2890 8.72"10. 8.5000. 1 Year 1,000 Certificate The Friendly Savings I ,

sentenced next Tuesday. 5,92% 5.75% 90Daya 1,000 Certificate

Trial date of March 11 was LEGAL :SIZE Case $3050 : 5.39"10 5.25% NONE NONE Passbook

three other cases by \ .
set in When earnings. are left to compound dally for one Ask, About Our Conventional
They were; .
Green. '
Judge ; '
charged with ', year "
James Adams i*
possession of a weapon and assault by a This'.Paper {[s Ideal For Offset f' & 'Spirit Duplicator There I I. a substantial Interest penalty on Certificate Mortgage- Loans- :.,
state prisoner Plane In case of early withdrawal.
with intent to commit mur Home- Commercial

der; Lawrence Earl Williams; Phone Your'Order In ,-. ., All rates and plans are subject to be withdrawn without ,
charged with 'r i .,p1Improvement
30 of Starke > ( 1 "' notice

and possession George of stolen Williams property of, ''Fr. Btlit y Stark*.ft Keystone Area fiT ,

Starke, charged with resisting Construction ,.,
arrest with violenceMobile 1 Call' 9646305Mr, Footer Guaranty T =

Federal. .
,Home OK./, ,, J. '' I
'' Ril-'ShOP' 96 -5 OO'
At .public hearing'held GAINESVILLE: 220 ;NORTH'; :MAIN:': STREET: :177.3344E411W : : : : : ;
Monday March 3, t 1M Starke --. NIVERSITY;'; AVENUE;.; : 373-84B2: ; :1:11": : S.\V. AlU'llKIt:
Zoning Board approved the LgiTj I l KOAD 372-W31
application of Mrs. Pearlie r\ 395 W. MadisonSt.. fit La7a..i KEYSTONE HEIGHTS' '.LAWRENCJ\ BOULEVARD &
Green for the location of a 1'a135'W; aIISI'i; ,'1"tStarke Fla I SYLVAN WAY 473.4'2. ;;$ .I\.v.\ ( -
.mobile home on East Market ,.(.} ''';' .. 'I ,. :Starke -----a:, ) ..
.Road near the easterly city I .. \ -" ,' ',' ...;., .
limit., I .1 L-L "e TJi.., T.....vI. 'i... '...?' ........ .......... "" ."" .. I*. p .}
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Spectacular Holiday On Ice Skating Revue, Begins 8 Performances Tuesday In Jax SENIOR CITIZENS

.. ". .?,. Kerriean.. .
-- --- --
une ot ,tile world's most
popular forms of entertainment K. Scallen has assembled the formances Including two Sub-titled "A Salute to supervises' ,all creative
is celebrating. an ice show work's most creative matinees, and runs through America," the 30th Anniversary aspects of the show from the Sixteen Senior Citizens from the elderly. 5)) It should be
Henry Block anniversary. talent to produce, direct, Sunday, March 16. edition of Holiday on Ice production Hampton and ten from Green mandatory to include
Holiday on Ice, the skating choregraph, design and score Tickets for the 30th Anniversary on Ice was produced Holiday by Bob center in Hollywood, Cove Springs enjoyed a pot "competent senior citizens"as
has 17 reasons revue seen by more people this season brilliant new show, "Celebration" of Shipstad, who directs and California This is Shipstad's4th luck lunch with us on staff members on all
around the
should world than any titled "Celebration." Holiday on Ice are $4.50, consecutive year as February 25. Thanks to programs for the elderly.
why you other show of its kind, Is 30 This newest edition of and $5.50, with $3.50f half- producer of the Holiday Randall Davis, recreation are promotedby

come to us for years young in 1975. To Holiday on Ice opens in price shows for juniors. For shows. Key members of the director, adequate seatingwas Coalition of Senior Citizens
celebrate the event, Jacksonville next Tuesday, complete details, phone the production staff also in their provided.A of Florida.
i income tax Executive Producer Thomas March 11, for eight per Jax Coliseum 633-2900, 4th year of putting out fresh, return Invitation was Wedding anniversary
help. new Holiday on Ice spec given to us to join them at a greetings to Alex and Emma
HIDDDDDDDD D II liD DOIJDO oooocoooeGooc J..aaaaaaaaaaLD.an.Ai taculars are Bob and Helen covered dish supper at Morton. Happy birthdays to
Maxson, choreographers; ton Town Hall on March Emery Batman president
Reason 16. We'll try to Hear Stan and Pat Kahn directorsof 7 Rep p.m. Green Cove Springs and our
do everything we can dance; Helen Colvig. Frank Williams, dear Oma Cotton.

to save you money. W. R. (BOBBY) CREWS X h,. ''costume Walberg, director designer of; music Paul: Aging chairman Tallahassee of the Committee, was invited on Johnson Club Is members still in Bradford Pete
After all
,we want your Bill Tury art director and to speak, but was unableto
4P County Hospital Mary Allen
business again next rr attend. His wife is in St.Vincent's '
a Georglanna Kolinsky
has a severe case of' bron-
year Preach The Gospel production manager. Hospital chitis. Ed Roberts. is
.FOB h The opening production Jacksonville.
at home
.- Each Sunday On { number wastes no time in Proposals for priority amputation of part of his right
legislation were read and
establishing the mood. As discussed. 1)) Health Insurance leg. Arthur Lockuond: 'Mill
Bible Study Time soon as the lights go up the enter the Veterans! hospital
original Kennedy-
feel of celebration spreads March
-V. i Griffith National Health Gainesville on Id for
';, instantly from the footlights Bill HR-22 and S-3 tests and x-rays of his! feet and
; Security ,
8:30: A.M. On Radio Station : ;4f-J. all the way to the top row, by an absolute necessity for legs. We sincerely hope thut
t the use of lighting effects and health Tax all of these members will
[D4XI) LOCK ANIMAL ANTICS one Mfl-, up-tempo beat of Three DOlINight's proper Revision, better care.exemption 2) mend well and be with Us
WRPE 69 On Your Dial "Celebrate'IThe :
mmt of Holiday hit tune, .
on Ice stars again soon.BULLETIN
TMI IHCOKI TAl "IO"LI allowance for low incomes.
free overtired hippopotaminamed show includes IS numbers : 'An invitationwas
118 N. WALNUT & 1010 On Your Dial Cluster, Lester and with top name skaters, including high Eliminate incomes advantages to evade taxes.for received today from

964.8286Open WBIX Lucille. The fun begins Tues the 'colorful production of Helen V. Herman secretaryof
9-6 Won-Sat At 3:30: P.M. k day,March II, at the Jacksonville numbers. which appeal to 3)generic Support drugs.generic It will use reduce Interlachen Senior

Coliseum., all ages. the high cost of medication. 4) Citizens for our club to have

It should be mandatory to lunch with them ut Dickerman
include competent Senior Hall, Interlachen on March 17
Citizens as staff members on at 12 noon. This will be
all programs for the elderly. discussed and acted: upon at
: These proposals will be sent to our get-together supper ut
T G&VI % Sen. Lawton Chiles Sen. Hampton Town Hall on
ikt Richard Stone, and Rep. Don Friday, March 7.

Fuqua support.urging their unstinted r

., ,, li ., On state legislation, letters
\\" "' :f: !I
t"Jr will be sent to Rep. Williamsand NEWS ABOUTSERVICE

'. '( ;
.' '' : their to eliminate
ftf support
family center; current value assessments for MEN
w tax on homes used as
'.'?.*&: <& .'.*?*>.5I\\.>'.*** *; < ,
\ ; I"Y1J'Ii
% ; .. ., .
', ", ,,!<" "" .Kj. ...,,,,,,,": ,, A"1,' residences. It is an inequitabletax .. _
'1' I
especially on the elderly
and low income groups. It
might be replaced by a tax on Pvt. lliirninH Completes%
increased valuation when the ,\RIII'plth: I House is sold. 2)) Declare a
MEN'SKNIT moratorium on property tax Fl. Sam Houston. Tex. Jan.
BOYS' payments for indigent elderly 29-Army Private Hans I K.:
citizens. Payment of ac Huenink. son of \Mrs Kenneth
TUBE SHIRTS cumulated taxes to be made J. Huenink and I ho lute Dr.1
TWILL by the estate. 3)) Tax relief for Huenink of Keystone llt-ighls.
renter. 4)) Reciprocity for completed a' basic health
Short sleeves. Terrific Value doctors dentists, and other science course at the Army's
of 60% Cot
Styles JEANS medical
personnel. Those who Academy of Health Sciences
ton Poly
have been licensed by other. here.
and 100%
states and who have a record Students lea rnedIo perform
Polyester. Assort
of honorable service for routine mul
15.20 patient cure
ed color stripes
end solids. Sizes $288 years should be permitted to treatment.
practice in Florida.There is a
l r S-M-L. Stock up
; e at this low Durable 75% Cotton great need for more medical
price I 26% Mytofl. Permanent service here, especially:! for ''*>''*>'yy Ou w'v w'it.JL'
? __ press. White only. \
Sizes 8-16 in regulars
J BOYS'KNIT and slims.. They ,
..lmPlygoaverYWhare'JII"bit' ObituariesLula

1. SHIRTS. '. '1! 14c.tf : ....\ '., T Mae Norman Surviving arc his uUV.
..0 I SU, ,, Ethel and three sons'rorhmy'(
Ion ac ,
1 / ? ** ".'--1". .'i't 'Mrs. Lri'la Mae:Norman .69 and Donald
/ ryhcwithassorted (. Short sleeves.A large f r 'r. ?: of Starkiiin' '
color stripe tops:" >j assortmeftt-of: spring -- of Jacksonville died In the Robert of (Orlando; too
Long, over-the- k n q: colors, stripes end 88 Jacksonville Center Monday daughters! Lori of .SUirkc;
/ i call style; boys' solids. Sizes 818. $ "i'j morning March 3, following a and \Mrs. \Margaret. IIill. St.
% f 17" tubemen's Styles of 50%Cotton 1 11 44 long illness. Augustine; three brothers.
i 22"tube. 60% Polyester end $ Mrs. Norman had moved to four sisters and Ihree grand
_' 100% Cotton. See Jacksonville 1 1-2 years ago children. Two sisters.. :Sirs
our NEW collection! Each from Starke. She was born in Ruth Coleman and :11'11.lIl'e
? I Lake Butler on March 17. 1905. Coleman. reside in St.-irko..
,." the daughter of the late Mark Funeral services will in-
u Tomlinson and Cynthia held at 11 a.m. "'rida\' in the

BOYS' BOYS'FOOTBALL Nettles. Mrs. Norman was a Church of God with Hev,
? member of the Heilbronn Melvin Drake officiating. Interment
JERSEY Baptist Church. will be in Crosby
TUBE SOCKS Survivors Include her Lake Cemetery under
Short sleeves. husband, G. Troy Norman; a direction of DeWitt C. Jones
Numbered foot JEANS daughter, 'Mrs. Farleena Funeral Home.
One Size Fits 7-11
h bell-style I jersey Hardenbrook of Jacksonville;
"" in many col $ a son. Earl Norman of
ors. 100% Cotton.Sorightfor Plymouth, N. C.; a brother Jane Green, 74
MEN'S ) Same as boys' Jeans( Seeber .' Tomlinson of
sports end above. 75%C tton,25% Jacksonville; a sister, Mrs.
springtime fun! EachMEN'S Nylon. White. Flare style Emma Smith of Lake Butler, \Mrs. Janie Green. 74. of
,Route 1 I. Starke. died Thur-
in sizes 28-38 waists. 588
TUBE SOCKS and eight grandchildren
j S-M-L Inseams. Great Services were held Wed sday. Feb. 27. in Bradford
County Hospital after brief
for all occasions! nesday, March 5, at 2 in a
One Size Fits 1 10-17 h p.m. illness. She was born in
the Dewitt C.Jones Chapel in
Bradford County on March IK.
Starke with Rev. David
1900 and member of
was a
Strunk officiating. Burial was Grace
in Baptist Church.
FOOTBALL Dyal Cemetery.J.
Men's or Boys'GOLDEN

Surviving Is a 'daughter,
FOR JERSEY FRUIT Brantley Mrs. Inez Faulk. of Starke;
two sons. J. B. Green. Miami.

5 ''Joseph A. and James Green. Jupiter;
Brantley, 67, died
'I- owQ
Short sleeves wltbnumbersnd.tartrlm. Tuesday in the Bradford two stepsons, Ralph Green,
( BRIEFS County Hospital after a lin Jacksonville and Ray Green,
T88 Q A large assortment gering illness. He was a Cashiers. N.C.; three) stepdaughters
I colors. 100% Cotton. retired construction worker Mrs Gladys
nowfa XL Stock And and a member of the Church Brooks. Miami; \Mrs Kloye
f r up : the coming of God., Johns,Miami and Mrs Erma
season! t SHIRTS'MEN'S
\ TEE Mahn Gainesville: throe
t brothers, Joe Griffis. Sidney
Griffis ST., and Eugene:
Griffis, all of Starke-; one
sister Mrs. Emma Borec.

4a:4j: Jacksonville; 19 grandchildren
14, great t.

: r greatgrandchildren.Funeral grandchildren. and five. great-

Now Only. Each serv'ices
were held

I Comfortable, roomy cut. All arc, Ji... i1 in 1.112:30 Grace p.m. Sunday; March 2,
Baptist Church with
wrinkle-resistant 60% Cotton.' 60% rU"CI2.l' Rev.
Decron* Polyest_. Thro* garments ', Leon T, Odom Of
per package. Stock op today and { Kingsley ficiating.Lake Intel'ment'as in

o 100% Polyester "I 1 was glad when they said DeWitt C. Jones Cemetery Funeral with
i CHOICE unto me. let us go into the Home In
PANTS of .house nan. of the I Lord." P.. ;

Tee Shirts or Briefs
Worship lo the
t I { /9 So soft and comfortable! refreshes the soul.peuse Your mat Adam H. Mack,, 76.. died

Machineweaheble, per life will be happier and Friday,Feb. 28,at his home inBorn
M eiVs Short SleeveSHIRTS manent press., Waist I BoyS Sizes .,
I $ )89 more fruitful' If you attend ; .
sizes 30-38. insaams S-
r. M-L. Assorted colors. ,___.. .2-20 ., .church every..... Make in Poland on Jan. 29.
church 1899 he had
l, I At such a low p.ricil! W. Will IM \ "I. at!. rfy. i Lord's Day attendance a manor every. of since 1973. A retired In grocery Lawtey

I H "y Te family commitment. store operator he was a
.. t" .. l Invite to veteran of World War I and a'
r- Un ) Mad you worship with, I.
I \ 69 ,,us. member of Jehovah's Wit-. '
A terrific savings on men's $ arrow -ILS3 nesses. .

shirts! 65% Polyester and 888 *": **"' PItJ.. ;....' ,........As for me and my Surviving are his, wife.. '
35% Cotton. Sizes 14'/.16'. -- .house,, we. .will serve '110 Carmela C. Mackle.: I 1..1\\ It.\ ;.
: Assorted solid colors. 1, Lord/I two daughters !Mrs Lillian,:
I The book. of Joshua Howes. Brockton Mass., and
vr Mrs. .Betty' Ann Jacobsen.,
: bii : : ;! : : ., : ;n church With; A He" Anaheim 'Calif.;' and six
1pIi .. ,, ;
21tWLiJUJ] P LUiJtE L : ,; ,," .. . Ni the. '
. .: ., !.,.. $1.1,0.1.!>.'" \' .. .Heart',. of.... Starke"i grandchildren. ,
1"010 I'' 'f' Funeral..
., 'n ., ; services Nacre held
ii :, SHOPPING, .. . 1- 'i-' ;: BIN BRYANT'Pastor. In Stoughton. Mass;:: on.

i U' South CENTER SUrktFk. In Monday Maplewood March 3., .with burial,

Open Mon Wed S 9 To 8 Tnurs. Sat. 0 To S 9 Sunday 12 e '' : :.'", .ir ./; :;,'i1 ,/: #. ."WILLtAMOtORO( .. s,:DeWitt....Jones Ccmelcrv.. Funeriil
w ,J. Home was in charge local
'. _. arrangements -'> "') -
,1,, : .., i4 'J- '.' ; f--

as; A 6 ',

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March 6,1975 TELEGRAPH Page

I Low Cost Housing. For Low Income ResidentsSTARKE I

Two state agencies "The Interest scale on this Engelke said -that 100 percent The latter Is subject to further Electrical Code. The or size 12-2, and is an additional March 15. about 750 yards of fill dirt,
outlined a plan to Brad type of loan ranges' from a of the site developmentcosts review by the Zoning Board dinances prohibits the use of safety feature. The effective -At the request of John after a 40 foot by 18 inch culvert
ford County commissioners high of 8'/4' per cent to a low of would be advanced by and approval by the county electrical wiring smaller than date of the amendment is Myers, agreed to provide is installed under a new
Monday, March 3, to providelow one percent in some cases,; his agency up to a maximumof attorney.( roadway to provide an entrance
cost housing to county and is dependent upon the $200,000 for each project. In other matters at Mon- to the fairgrounds!
residents who can not qualify applicant's income" 'Duncap. jday's meeting, the com- EMC\ Awareness Survey Begins Conducted Here parking area. The new entrance
for loans through the usual said. 'The commissioner's took no (missioners: is directly north of the.
lending agencies such 'as To get the housing program action on the proposals made JACKSONVILLE The also said they knew where to When the survey was first t Florida I Highway Patrol Station '
savings and loan associationsand underway would require the by the two agencies.! ': Awarded a bid to the Watson Eight County Emergency call.This taken in Seplemberof 1973 an I on US-301. '
banks. employment of a housing Tentative approval was Construction Company of Medical Care Project is now improvement Is alarming number of people in I
specialist 'to assist the applicants given to two new subdivisionsin '''Macclenny in the amount of conducting Phase Three of the credited largely to the northeast Florida indicated. II I
Wilton Duncan, represent. for such loans, Duncan the county. ,$26,543 for renovations and rural Segment Response distribution to telephone they simply didn't know who -John Jones ti Universityof
ing the North Florida Housing (repairs at.the county jail and Survey in Baker, Bradford, stickers listing the number to .to call for.help. An interims Florida law studenlr
Corp., which is funded by the said.The is already Zoning director L. M. the construction of a metal Clay Columbia, .Nassau, St. ,call for the nearest fully rvey last summer showed a ''requested the commissionersto
federal government in 27, program in counties in Gaines presented a plat draw- ,storage building at the rear of Johns and Union counties. equipped and highly trained underwrite, mileage( costs'!
north Florida counties, said underway North Florida some and ,Duncan Ing' of a new subdivision bn the jail building with the rescue unit. The sticker also vastly improved public and the payment lor publication .
that loans were now available said that than $760,000 in Hampton Lake being 'project to be completed .100 The random telephone gives a WATS number which awareness of the new regional ol legal/( notices in a legal,
through the Farmers Home more values had been developed by L: K. Edwards,. ;days from the. signing of the survey is designed to deter. can be: dialed free of charge rescue system funded by a aid program" /( designed lo'
Administration for low income property added in Putnam last III and Surveyor M. G. Mc- ,contract. mine the success of theProject's from anywhere in northeast ''contract with the I). S. .assist! county indif>enls in the' .
residents."It alone since County the Millan presented plans for a -Adopted a resolution public education Florida. The number 18003421516 Department of :Ilcullii: t. ji t t'ui is year ,starting new Golf View, 20-lot subdivision approving an ordinance to program. Surveyors will be puts the caller back to Education and Welfare A was advised i to subinili. '
applicant now possible for an program.A for the developmentof being developed by'J. L. improve electrical installations asking rural residents what his proper county dispatcher large majority of the people his proposals 'in uritm! lo I hi''
.!I. $5,000 earning as little as plan cost sites is Andrews, directly west of the in the county, which is'in they would do in the event of a where help will be on its wayin polled al that time said they commissioners' for heir I cant:,
much per as year$20,000 to with borrow pay as also available building for builders and Starke Golf and Country Club. addition to the, National medical emergency. just seconds. would call rescue,: lor help and sldl'I'i11100.J it I ill i I Ul til'l' meeting,,

ments as, little as $60 per developers.> L.. T Engelke, --' - -
month to construct a small representing the Bureau of Record Shop Sold To Sanders $2OOOO Raised ForNew Library; I
two or three bedroom home Housing Assistance, said that ,. :
with bath" Duncan said. his department had $2.5 .M. .,
million available in the STARKE The Sluff 'N record shop for the past three many of the records in the Library Building Fund. The meeting of the Library Hoard I I ho \\ I'X": !site and' lo mou-
"To qualify an applicantmust Revolving Rural Housing years, to paythe balance,. In shop are old and not saleable shop was started with old and the Librury Building, |IMII1) the "fees'shu "and ratlin
record 'was sold
have a net worth of at Land Acquisition and Site Development Things shop Sunders ( Ill'ld 'Million, into !
the Stuff :rN Things bank items. records used at (the 'UI11I1Uttl'I'- alter it nun > mobile! home
least $5MM((), have a steady Trust Fund with Friday, Feb. 28 by the Brad- account, some $5,000 after The audit placed the prolit radio station. WPXE Over' learned! that, the library" ill!
income but not on welfare, interest rates set at three per ford County Library Building current bills are paid, plus the of the record shop at $6,000 the past I href years the inventory liave I lo move I rum its present
Committee to the '
he continued. cent.' Corporation owned by Mr. 'and'' 'balance of $15.000 at the rate"of ::'over 'an' II month period has been built up to.thl' quarters I by Aug. .J'] illid ii: I'lescnl, mriiibcrx, 'ol 't 1 I Iii':
Mrs. John Sanders for 20000. $400 per month. No interestis multiplied by the three years! $:1:1.1100:!:( ( I figure staled in the M-urc-h lor bnildinj/( tutu,' anIx'gun. ... Library liuildinu/ ( '"11111111 h'"-
being charged.An the Sanders have operated audit t report arc/ .Allonii'x (i.tirin. ; 1'ii-uc-'' ) ,
Annexation Tentative The funds will go to the audit performed by local ''Stuff 'N Things, totals $1K.HH( "I' "hud\' but those. two The Sanders'! liave receded C'''IIIII (Coiiiinissxiiii-i'' 1.11'1: .||>l|
Bradford.County Commission. accountant Neil Tucker This was: 'a (actor which the people raised the money the ;approval( 1t'1I1II. Hit- :MarkrXoniiiu : 111'\illl. Niirke: :M.ivnr, rh.irlorhiielcr. ..
I toward a new library. '. placed the value.of Stuff 'N Library Building' Committee county will receive:; so what /( hoard ID place a > :Mr ...mil >hJnlni' ,
Agreement reached Friday. :Things' inventory at' $33.000) at' weighed in determining the we /net( is n /ill./(> "one committee double vide, mobile, home onI Sanders, :SASS "Floss It. .11.11'|
On LB Subdivision : in a meeting in the office of invoice prices But. Attorney .$2(1.000( I figure, the Telegraph inemlMT\ stated. "So, if I Ills, VU'XK: riiilio !station'I ) 'nmiis. sail! loinii-r' M.iir, Si-i-
Attorney George Pierce a pierce said that if the inven- was told. they did net t the business' the properl.v. nil SK-lno( in I snuih' ( 'hIII.\ lolm> 11 he,. tau
LAKE BUTLER Tentative workmen's compensation member of .the Library)* ':gory; had been liquidated the The Sanders have operated county still uhi'iid." east Stiirkev" Tlicv' pim, hi Milllec \uiir tli.tsuKi. ,illct'Ih" ">
approval for the annexation of policies. Building Committee is for, the committee would not have the record shop us a voluntary' Tucker's: uudit t .ol Sluli. ':\'; move I the rinird., >huplronl. it*, Intnl.), are,.. ''I'.II..I"'I. | cil lo 'Hi,
the Strickland Heights sub- Insured Sanders operators of the: realized that much because el fort to raise money lor .the Things: >.\;isIheresultul'ajoint I i present Cull :SI"reel Im'-alion. ./ lu. rniinltlornev' : l'ii-ri-i/hi\!, ,
values of city owned ,. .
division to the city limits of i 9i ,,- -I.+ "
Lake Butler was granted by properties have .been Increased ,
the city council Wednesday, by approximately 20 : :: ,
the of percent to come in line \vjthtoday's w t L l T ?v& -
February 12 at request
residents of the area. increased 'cost of / .J&SS aK1 O''t.j
replacementand inflation, 4JJff *
Contingent upon final approval Mrs. McCusker said. (.g} ...
of the annexation of the

40 acre tract will be the cost of .. .' .
Farm Bureau Now
the extension of water, and .,. '
lines to the subdivision 4llie: ; .'t. '. ,..; \.
sewer older "
which is located just outside of Open For BusinessThe r4 o1ftVoo! !:. 'I' "" "', ", .
'i ,', rl"T.iC' ; ,. '. ,, : : 1 ,:
the north city limits. ;- : k(; .. :. <
The council authorized that Bradford County FarmBureau's di/'ft 1;," :
an engineering firm be employed new county office '
to make a preliminarycost building on Us-301 north at the '
study of the water and fairgrounds opened for \ r '
sewer expansion and Mayor business Monday March,, :)I. ,
John Shaw' appointed a according to President.! '. t. ,
committee composed of George Huggins. 1t ,; V4v
council members Bill. White ] "
T. S. Thomas Jr. and'Mrs. "This is the result of many t "\ ,'- '..
Margie Cason" to coordinatethe years ot'study and planning by r/ :.o .
the local board of directors ', ,li' .
planned project and ; : ,/ .. ," .
J ....". I .
Huggins Miss Nancy ,'
i recommend an 'engineering says. "' ., .".
\ firm to conduct the study. Lee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ,- 11/1\ 1i!' ,* ...' .
James W. Lee of Lawtey, bus!
Further action of the council been employed by the board of '
will be taken after the cost directors as full time office *I I ;c iS \ .-. ,,, '
study has been completed. secretary Huggins also announced .. ,;!. :<<. ;::: -
Another building site ,rlliss] ,Lee "' !I' "
location, will bo'providedl!with worked in the Union formerly County utr Ia",, I, H11/t!/:: ; ,1JfJjj'/!. )
I II : 1
h\ easement water and sewer from service Juhrt. 'fAn "1rr.. ""i''BUre/)vaunvooa(u'.o// c'eO..1, ,lOr./ 1n IW44U ", _-I.o." ., tu..l j, ,.',''.'. '. .'" I I It

I Whitehead was 'approved by 'The' Bradford office is'open f saw 4:, !.
the council to provide the for business! from 8:30: a.m., to1' f l "
services to a 20 lot develop- noon and Irom 12:30p.muntil: : } Y
ment which begins at the 5 p.m. Monday through
intersection of SH-121 and 4th Friday. The 'telephone i
Street in Lake Butler, number 'is !964-6369: and'the.t '.
complete re-vamping of mailing address is P.O. Box. .
the city's insurance coveragewas 1263 Starke. .
explained to the councilby '\' \' "
local agent Harriet Maines "The board of director
McCusker and company invites you to use your county /
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Union High Cugcrs( landed a Santa (Fe 72.61 in the first St. Thomas-Aquinas will because it is similar to tne guards are not short 6'0 each. nament, and they should be going to try and keep our. flwn' vantage, but I believe(
berth in (the slate basketball night of the tournament. Last battle it out for the berth in the Coliseum court. Lake Weir has won 32 picked as the number one tempo."' anybody that makes it to state
plavolls at the Coliseum In year Hawthorne beat the linals against the winner of straight games solar and beata team in the tourney" says has a chance to win,"
Jacksonville lor the first time Tigers 73-71 in the finals for the Tiger-Lake Weir game. Lake Weir has a lot of height St. Petersburg learn 33-31 in Coach Thomas. The Tigers have> been'
in I the school's history alter the region title. on the team and Tiger Head the region playoff. "It's to be a lot different shooting about 50 percent ';>'r.
taking the Region 2 Class AA The championship game Coach Jimmy Thomas says he paying in from the floor this and '
an year hope our
open area. to represent
championship last weekend.The'Tigers The Tigers, 19-7 so far this will start at 3:30: p.m. is going to stay with the same' In a tournament earlier this That Is why we are practicing Coach Thomas hopes the "We the best'' of our
season face Lake Weir at 3:30: Saturday. The Tigers have type of style that the Tigers year Lake Weir beat 4A in Orange Park some," said Tigers will out-shoot the taller region "to' Coach Thomas
beat Bunnell 68- p.m.o'riday.( Thursday Cot- been the Lakeland, who rated thirdin ability says ;
practicing at Orange have been using to get as far was Coach Thomas. "We are just team. "They have an ad-
iii l l in t the finals after beating tandale and Ft. Lauderdale Park gymnasium this week. as they have so far. the state and also beat third
ranked 3A Ocala Vanguard.
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players with heights like 6'9 "Lake, Weir is the team to ,
Maxwell Hits 19 6'6,, and 6'5. The two starting beat this y'arn./ the tour- BRADFORD

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:Maxwell put 19 points on the first quarter, but the Grover Emanuel's sudden hot 1Y.ry
Ihe board to help lead the Tigers got sparked in the hand for eight points from the
fmon High/ cagers!; to their second period to outscore the outside. The Bulldogs hit 22 Lose Title
first! Region 2 championshiplast Bulldogs 19-10 for a 34.29 points in the last period to
1 Saturday night when the halftime lead. outscore the Tigers by five
Tigers handed Bunnell a 68-61 While Union was hurting points and close the gap to
loss in the finals of the tour- itself with turnovers like seven points 68-61 before the Shot To Cocoa BeachA
sloppy passing and double game ended.
nee.I I think we had a great dribbling Bunnell was busy Maxwell finished as the .e
loam effort and every kid on fouling Tigers and missing games high man with 19 points jammed fullant(- set up and hit from 15 feel out. halftime leud.
the (l'amla mentally ready shots dealing away its while teammates Stoutamirehad Tornado crowd cheered a Then 1 Hodge hit a foul shot BUS kept ,right behind
lo win and they wanted to superiority on the boards. If 13 and Walter Brooks pressured Cocoa Beach cage followed by another I 15: footer Beach in the third period
prose themselves," says Head Bunnell's hot shooting from added 12. White managed to team to a 56-50 win over by Wayne Berry to take the 191I11'r moving up to within! two
Tiger Coach Jimmy Thomas.'rld.IY the first quarter had kept up slip in double figures with 10 Bradford High last (Friday 18 lead with 2 minutes left in points 2H-20 on the shooting olSewelUinda
night the Tigers beat the Tigers might have been .In points. night to gain rights to the the half. basket by Hodge
host 1 Santa Ke 72.61 to gain the trouble. David Banks led the Tigers finals of the tournament. With a' little more than u all from the inside.
1 berth into the finals. The; Tiger offense was no in rebounds with 12 and was a "The whole team was minute, !left in the first hall From then( until the cm I ol
For tour quarters Saturday slouch in the first half good spark in the Tiger disappointed because we felt Beach hit three baskets and afoul '
night against t Bunnell the sparked by Joe Maxwell and defense. He was followed by thai we had a much better ball shot to lake -:i 2.VI; !) iRee Page III)
I Union team ran and shot and Steve Soulamire. Both playedthe Gerry White with seven. club than we displayed down '
pla>Kl pretty t good defense first two quarters with "We boxed them out and there." says Head BUS
against t a tough physical hustle to put some points on played good defense and held Basketball Coach MikeSexlon. .
Bulldog loam that trounced the board. Maxwell hit 13 in them to 10 points in each of the [
(Cross (Citv !9t>-61 Friday night the first quarter and second and third quarters" One of the things that hurt
in I he semi Imals.Thf Stoutamire hit eight straight says Coach Thomas. the Tornadoes besides the
>' were hurting us from points in the second quarter. Score bv Quarter: pressure from the crowd was
the Inside" said Thomas The third quarter was UHS 15 19 17 17-68 the shooting average. BHS his ;; vX14
alioul the first t half. "We did almost a duplicate of the Bun 19 10 10 22-61 only ;30 percent of the floor 'tI $
l>ri'llmuch\ what we wantedto second period with the Tigers Bunnell-Bell 6-2-14, Cowart shots way down from the
(In in I the l first half but we out-scoring the Dogs 17-10 to 1-0-2. Barzelogna 2-0-4 1 n. rasianl.iu.relltsrnllea' teams average ol 45 percent
mule\ a couple of,t adjustments) lead 51.39 al the end of the Stewart 4-2-10 R. Jones 6-1-13 .for the year. "It was really r
on I ho tlflonse." period.Bunnell. Emanuel 9018. Totals 28561. Joe Maxwell gets the ball and tries to get a set up for two' bad shooting night for us.."'
BUll IIl'1 I .lumped to a four kept coming back in points against Bunnell in the Region tourney last week commented Coach Sexton
IKHIII !IJMS! ; lead lit the end of the fourth quarter using (See Page 11)) "I felt'. ike we should have
-- ----- ---- and were capable ol winningthe / I IA
state championship" sax s,

The Keystone State Bank Offers A .Direct Sexton.man The was Tornadoes Elva Hampton high point with

17 points followed b>' Don mo
Sewell with 13 and Milton loose ball on the floor I Is quickly picked up by Donnie
Deposit Program For Your Baker with eight. Sewell.
BitS jumped to an early ;).2
lead with 5:33: still left in the

I first Beach quarter.hit two straight Then baskets Cocoa BHS Nii e Loses .1
i Social/ Security Checkv.r.Conjunction "Irom thtf.eutsiQl. o take theledfl x1.111 : : ', : ,i .
: for The. first' time. W>. i !" .I,:)
*F llamptorf then hit a 10 looter.to 1 l'Jtree"wift'S: One'Itradlord
In" / With The Treasury > ,/ retake the lead for BUS and ;, ,

Beach retaliated l with two
\\ Here's How A Direct Deposit Program Works straight baskets to make it 10- ; I hull haseballers! lord's! loading-, hitler get tng
Iwo ol 1\\
7. Hampton closed out the first got oil to a i bad start List t O. including one

\ All You Need Is Checking Or Savings Account At The quarter the Tornadoes ilh a 20 were looter.still but games weekend in losing the three I'iiUifka. straight In- triple.'l'id.1BIIS: lost t to UuylonaSeabriH'e.

lagging 109. \ Ital iOlHlI. but Tuesday fume H-0. but t'oiiihHalcluT .
BUS started out with a foul back tot take II1.3 um ,overkala thought t this was!
\ Keystone State Bank. shot by Sewell to tie the game ( Vanguard Tuesday;, Hi IS's best name of the
tournament The Tornadoes

Your Social Security Check Will Be Deposited Directly! Into Your Account Each MonthHere's (hen beach it was getting, a s'eslIbelwel'n ahead and BHS Thursday the tournament in the BITS first 1 lost gameor totkala (only hut'l'rl'got one making hit in gIllKIl'unlm'l.ulld the name! ,.

trying it buck up. Beach ( (Forest 84.

,.,,,.,,,1\1' ."".In.' I..,,", n''. ( FRONT\ scored four two straight t8-1-1lead baskets with tog't Thursday a was our opening Jelf hitting Jockel the pi tilled hull lo lor people.HI IS.
How Easy It Is To Enroll In ,, ". : FORMA 1199 a point game and didn't hit like weair '
l>ir. 11"10" cARD' 1 or Deposit 01 3Hi:( ; heft in t the lirst half. capablc.ulsaxs'llcad giving( up on live I hits. Coach
Direct "II-1 AuthOriZation Payments BUS then scored t three BiI l'buW.'lIach : Hatcher said his main
Deposit Program Exhibit' :. -.. ___ Social security straight to regain the lead for cher. "Our I1ll'nlall'rrors Harry Hat was i problem is giving( up tOil many

......... ." (, "") ........... the last time in the game. one of the problems.'* walks. 'Mockcl pitched a lint'
.f .... 0 raced down court game and is going to conic
Simply Let Us Fill Out This Form r fO..r f- Hampton Kenny ,1\}-l'ClX'as Brad- around to bea good pitcher 'for.

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Check Deposited! Directly. ,... ..... .. The Tuesday win over
.Il '1 .. .
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To Our Bank .. 'r" game got
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Reduced Risk Of Loss, Theft, or Forgery Of ,. : :T.; 'ig: Ma'}:;x: : :.::;, '::<;;j :.> ;:': ; .7t-: :. : .'" winning( pitcher lor( UHS was in the the

Benefit Checks > ".... ... ... "'._iE". ... ... ..- o aiN.rrw... : 4-3 victory. .
"I. ,r. ..... .,' :'.....__ ."': 'i> Both teams scored in the
.r- .. '1'I.. .!,,,' '\" :.=..L ....:.:.,,'.:nwr1"g4.w18ey: : !': ;: second inning then UHS went
.. .
t .... ... ..<< '\ :0'I I new office -' at ahead In the second inning 21.
Uninterrupted Deposits During Periods .i. ; ,
;!!; : '
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*I:0. ;: --- ;
Of Absence From Residence -: ';; ., < _' '. -- .:-... I GEORGE ROBERTS INSURANCE Inc., .third inning) to take a :3-2 lead.
I '" ..... :.. ,.. '. ;- 986 N. Then in the lourth inning
:c-" Temple Ave. Starko. Fla
In-,. -'' --i I I BHS racked up two runs to
four Check Goes Directly To The Bank In & '"... -.... .no." .. .- take the 4.3 lead that lasted
Keystone .. ".,t, .'. '" ,, : .._ :,.. '
.. .. .. Ii Closer ,through the remainder of.the
. m-- by to help .
If .fou Need Money In New fork fou Simply Write a Check I IT--:;.l/.VT";;: ./:..; ...',;:.'\...:<...i.'t'I. ; ". :.-...' _.. ..... I game.. ,
Tommy Hl'ddishlali, the
Against (four Checking Account !L :-: :&:". .. ';.. .. : ; : I you rnv. leading hitter for BHS in' the
...... win hitting two of two.. Matt
Elimination Of Problems Associated With ..,..:.::::-.;w =- 'I n Hull and Jimmy Prevail each.
got base hits. '
Cashing Of Benefits Such As Travel To Check L ...... ..._..._... This (Friday BitS .'.r faces
Buchholz, in Gainesville then

Cashing FacilitiesStandingln Line Etc. ...-..-......... Saturday travel to, Green
\ Cove Monday the Tornadoes
I travel to Palatka and Tuesday

( We Encourage You To Come In Soon So That We out'how we may be 'host Eastside at home.,

able to help a."e" you time

Can Have Your Check Come Directly To TheKeytorie almost money and any both Insurance* with need.' Country Is Club

From life to business to boat Sponsoring
lo auto. Just stop In and
meet .a. ." Supper, Dance
State Bank We can give you some 1
; neighborly advice about Starko's Golf and Country
.\lI la.e value See you soon?' CluJ will' be sponsoring a
I \ "Broiled, Shrimp" dinner

i Each Phone 964-7826 ::1:, March The dinner 8. will start at 7

SEBV1Cf Ssnolg T 'e Fneny'v' Pe.i.e, 0'o, F''r w p.m. and the price will be 14.00
u CTT-: ; : .per person.
Following the
Di4 supper will be
lNb lv'V_ r t j a dance with music
Come'fo Where We Know| You By A'Nome I bY' the ."Country Golf supplied Bank,

KE ] Allstate'J Price ror' Ihl,' supper and
Not. A Number : i \ dane /IJ/ SIl: pt'r,\'C"pll', and
,, .AAttcw, imurciic. cmM ln NerlherlsY., 'III..... k 'I JUIII for tm'
yy MDIIAl OlfOll, 'iNtUIANCI COI'OIATION < ,*' > Pr dance. loj' tStq. per
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March, 1975 TKLKOKAl'll Page 11

l f y P t { BHS Tennis-,' -. .. Teams Thinclads Take Second In *Home. T' Meet.._ Tuesday- I

Bradford High thincladstook 440 Yard dash 5th-Carter, "Two mile run 4tr.Solze, This Saturday the Tornadoes ,
Rack Up Five WinsBoth \ second place In a 56.0. 11::28.5 minutes travel to Palatka for I
quadrangular meet last 330 Intermediate Hurdles "Overall I was pleased with the PdUlka South Invitationalwith
I Tuesday at the Bradford High 2nd-Bcll. 43.7 seconds: 5th- the meet, because we Im- 22 schools invited.
boys and girls tennis 4-3" track with Orange Park' Blake, 46.4. proved in some areas,",says Tuesday BHS will host '
teams at Bradford
High were In the Eastside match BHS winning the meet 880 Yard run 2nd-Paterson, Coach Howard. "binee 'the Palatka South and North
winners this week with the won all matches except one. OP took first with 86 points 2:12.0: minutes first meet we have not been Marion starling at 3:30 p.m.

girls the winning boys two.three matchesand In singles Jockel won 8-0, followed by BIIS with 65 1-2, Sprint Medley Relay 1st- running well, but we got back This will be the last home I
The girls beat Mitchell won 8-1, Pierce won St. Augustine with 62 1.2 and Gainey lodge, Lennon, and working hard and came out meet until the Bradford Invitational -
Orange Park 8-2, Hazen won 8-4 and Tucker Baker with minutes. with a second place" j I
4-3, Green Cove 4-3 and lost by a close two, 79. Jockel The Tornadoe County 56 points. Covmgton 2115: in,April.
Eastside 6-1, The runners took
boys and Pierce won 8-2 and Hazen first
wins over Eastside 4-3 and and Mitchell won 8-2. place in three events
I Green Cove 5-2. "We easily won against Milton Baker took first place GROTONE PELLETS
Bradford and Union Both teams' were having Eastside and evened our in the long jump with a
combined in track and field
distance of 20 feet Frank Bell
vents Friday and these are the trouble at the first of the year, record for the season at 3-3
participants. :
both having troubles placed first in the 120 high : 9.7.7 $C98
getting overall and 2-2 in the conference I. !
wins "Now I feel confident ." hurdles clocking in at 16.5
S0 Lb,
we'll do well for the rest of the "Dannette Rodrigue looked seconds. BHS won the sprint I I
175 Handicapped season, but we will have to much stronger and is gaining medley relay in 211.5: minutes ---
with a team of Sherone
have 100 percent from all a lot of experience and con' Now Taking Orders
Gainey, Sheldon'Hodge
team members to beat fidence each match," says "
Gainesville," says Tennis Coach Howard." Rudolph Lennon and.Johnny Petters ForSpreading
Students Take Part Coach Melba Howard. The boys had a close match Covington. "
Bell the ( .
Listed are the results of the with Eastside to just take the was high point man : FPC! carrlas the complete Service
for BUS
with a total of 12 (
girls Orange Park meetsingles.Jennifer match 4-3. points from his first place in GRO.TONE pelletized Plant ___________

In state BasketballFor 8 Debbie Mitchell Jockel won, lost 8-2 4-, In the singles White Mike McRaewon the 120 high hurdles, his fourth k Foods for Balanced Long. Get (
; 9-7, Larry won 8-2, place in the long jump and his Luting Double Duty With ..
Lynn Pierce won 9-7,Dannette ,Andy Crews lost 5.8, Randy Nurlehmentl
second place in the 330
Rodrigue won 8-3; and Pam Crews won 8-3 and Scott : ;
the joy of. l GROTONE
playing the Baker, Terry Bramble, Chuck '
Tucker won 8-2, Doubles Tinsler lost 83. White and Events are listed with BHS
game, 175 mentally handicapped Brown, Gary Carter, Nathan f r
Jockel and Mitchell won 8-4 McRae won doubles 8-5 and placing and times and
over Florida students took from in all Carter, Stanley Clark, Randy and Pierce and Hazen lost 6-8. Andy Crews and John Samons distances: GOLDEN IDEAL. Bag Covers $698'
part the Crawford, Kelvin Cruger,
"We faced much 1st-Baker 20'Ofeet
a stronger lost 18.Results. Long jump ,
state special 2500 Ft.
Olympics Ronnie Davis, Steve DeSue, Orange Park team. Debbie 4th-Bell 18'9 feet. Sq. ,
basketball tournament from the 5-2 Green ; 100% Organ! i
Starke Friday and held in Thomas Franklin, Everette Mitchell,for the first time this Cove win are: singles, White High jump 2nd Lennon, For St Augustine or Centipede Lawns.
Saturday. Frazier, Ronnie Fl'azleri season played like she 3rd-Blake, 5'6 feet J
is won 8-2, McRae won 8-5 5'6 feet; With .
Players were housed at no Anthony French of 2nd-Kirchaine 20.5.5 t Formula Does Both Jobs At Once ,
in facilities capable doing, says Coach ,Randy Crews won 8-4, AndyCrews Pole Vault ,
expense Blanding with at Camp Goodman, Donnie Griffith, Howard. won 8-3 and Tinsler won 9'0 feet; 3rd-Biggs, 70 feet; ,Minor
at school games taking Charles Henderson, Dennis Results from the Green 84. McRae and McCoy White 4th-Aspinwall, To feet. We Rent Spreaders
in place nearby Starke.gymnasiums Lockrldge, Oliver Marks Cove meet were: singles lost 1-8 in doubles and Samons 120 High hurdles Ist-Bell, Elements z

Sixteen teams who Albert McDuffie, Steve Jockel won 8-2; Mitchell lost 5- and Rodrigue lost 28. 16.5 seconds. sift LO.IDA GARDEN It,I
played in Mobley,Jesse Neylans,Jessie .
three district tournamentswon Norsworthy, Donnie Risby, 8,Pierce won 8-3; Ruth Hazen .............................. Mile run 2nd-Paterson, .
won 8-6 and Rodrigue won 87. 4:49.9: minutes. $477 EST CENTER
the right to compete in Roosevelt Risby, Cory Rosa, Jockel and Samons lost 4-8 Check it Out 100 Yard dash 4th-Hodge
the state tournament. Walton Albert Sweat, (Randy Tillman, and Redding and Tucker lost The American Cancer 10.2 seconds.. OMllot 539 East Call St.
took honors 50 Lb
in both Bag
top Alonzo .
and Thompson Terry 26. Society says that a breast 880 Relay 2nd-Hodge PH. 964-5745
boys girls
competition. Thompson, Walter Thompson, "Green Cove was much lump may not mean cancer Marks; Lennon and Gainey aorrlluto .

Retarded children, accustomed Harmon Underhill, Henry improved and it was a good but only your doctor can tell. 1.391: 25ORGANICO97 COMPLETE PROFESSIONAL 1
to only failure, Washington Elmer Williams, match. We did not play very Early detection. could save. Shot putt 5th-Hildreth, 37'9 I
learn the thrill of accomplishment Sandra Blankenship Vonda well and just managed to win our life. ,1-2: feet 50 Lb. Bag. PEST ONTROL SERVICES
by taking Box, Milissa Corbett, Kim ,.
in the sports activities. There Cruger, Judy Elmore, Rucy ,
Elmore Levern McDuffie,
is a strong emphasis
rewards for taking part in the Frank McDougald, Cathy
competition. Mitchell, Felicia Michols. Pat
Stewart, Catherine Sylvester,
Three Bradford county Michele Tyson, Ester T MARCH
students won in run-dribble Williams. Laura Williams, Be

and shoot competition and will Cheryl Willingham, Theresa
Woody Charles Woods andJoseph
go to Atlanta. They are Kim

Kruger, Gary Carter, and Woods .
'1I 4.' >'-'<<: ,"" ,sIt'1;: :" r.l. '
Gerald Goodman. These three
1 < : I
will represent Florida in their lr 'r1fJ1 '

division.counties Bradford combined and to hold Union a DRIVE-IN I i t, family: centers ,'

track and field meet Friday,. s ; ltil't" ,? ,,} .$;,ia, n"list .... },1"'of "i. r ...... i iG.f
with 52 participants Events
301 S. Starke
included the high jump, broad Q I I 1 i OQQQ Open Mon Wed 9 To 8 ., ,
jump Softball throw, 50 yard -.I: Thurs. Sat.. 9 To 9 Sun 12 To 6 y R 'f r ':':' 4
dash 220 and 440 yard runs SHOPPING CENTER

and 440 relay, h, ;ow w t
Winners in these events will
take part in the district meet ?
scheduled April 19 in s -

Gainesville.The .
52 students from 7l
Bradford and Union were .,,'..... II
Terry Albert,Curtis Aldridge. I Me c
eJ aH ; 't" .a
Edward Aldridge'; .Fred: If l area : J

Maxwell Hits 19...

(From Page 10)UnionMaxwell ) :1\\

7-5-19. r ; _

BAnks 2-2-6 4-0-8,,' Brooks White 2-6-10.5212. HARRIS., ;
j I 74 ,/rf\
Stoutamire 18-68. 5313. Totals 25- "A HAM CALLED HORSE- e

This is only the second timein PLUS
the last ten years that Union
Smith &
has played -in the region Deaf k'f r jlw
tournament. The other year
was last season when the Johnny Ears '
Tigers were beat in the finals + rAr""w. -

by Hawthorne 7371. Sun & Mon i
This year Santa Fe beat rd' 4 I
Hawthorne for the District ,I h "
when the I 1 / '
title. 10 years ago Junior KNIT
Tigers played in region.Coach I I A / 3m + ,,
Thomas was a senior in high
school at Union. =: t f tae '
led the e e N :
Bozie Perry Tigers
against SAnta Fe with a total .k. 88
of 20 points.
The Tigers fell behind at the /

first of the game 6-0, but 1 1bi71traf lerqr aaail'M'' + r<', 100a Cotton Knit.' Sizes SML.savtFxet .
recuperated and came back to '
Assorted embroideries and appli-
take a four point first quarter r
Assorted colors. Short
lead."We controlled the ball r /,/I ZR *t; p ,,,,. :r sleeved.

game from the time that we M a* e+r
+ ++ Each'r
went ahead until the end 't
says Coach Thomas AcA ee IIPAAnoNAt Pa1LAIS gt11S | trarFrew

"We mentally ,
prepared for the tournamentand PLUS 1 err .. rt .

we knew what we had to Angel Thompkins As l

do to win," says Thomas. .',. ,
."This team has improved and The Teacher

wanted to win more than any :"f ,

team I have ever coached.Tornado .." -. o \
FLORIDAT.HEATRE + b1a.. .A 4 ,4))

s Lose.. : \

(From Page 10)) Ladies''r -ir ,i
the quarter both teams tooK ,

turns at the score board until : 2 PieceSUITS ( "
the quarter ended 37-33 ;'. '
Beach. Fri Sat & Sun I '
: [
I Beach jumped ahead 42-35 1--1
with 6:43: left in the game then .
I BHS closed the gap back up to JAMES BON I 1 PANT .:

I three points, 4239.' Then the ,
I turning point in the game. OO7"THE t
I Cocoa Beach hit a basket

I three foul shots and another MAN .
I basket In a row to jump ahead .

I 10 points, 49-39, WITH THE :: ,
I Hampton put in a basket ,i :
I from 10 feet out but that was ,'
I followed by two more Beach GOLDENGUN ,
I foul shots to make the score l '' .- .L---
I 51-41Then Hampton sunk two, 100% Polyester :

I straight followed by a tip In by Size 10-18 ,
I Alfred Ross to move up 51-47 ;
I with 1:23: left In the game. PLUS I "dlIS

I Beach hit a basket and two .
I foul shots to move up 55-44., v L ?
I Hampton then got a foul snot,

I followed by a charity shot by BLOUSES !
Beach Then for the last 0' 8
I basket of the game. Hampton Assorted'Colors.. Short.
I hit a IS footer and the buzzer tt'''
Jacket and Pant
I rang with BHS behind 56-50.. Sleeve .\
I the Flue Better ) r
"When you get .. ;
Leg'Jor 100% Nylon. Choose from Butter ;
bad .
tournaments, one game k. ', '
and thats all it takes" says fly prints or floral prints. Short .. to'

I Coach Sexton. "1 was .very, SKYJ B) >" ., sleeved with cuffs Sizes 3238. s ( ''r_ ,
pleased with the performance I Set Ed f A' -. J'"
of the team for the year. METOOCOOR 'q" '. (. ,, "

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t' ACTIVITIES J, C. Prevail, Jr. of Nationwide Musical Festival. By Elizabeth Terry Wilkinson, Mrs. Daisey Boch Mrs. W. P, Reames, Jr., of Hospital,' Jacksonville last
CHURCH Gainesville was a guest of his Miss Sandra Dobbs competedin and Lynn. Starke, for a tew days. Wednesday afternoon. 1<
Church of God: Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Carl voice and received rating of Chlefland. and family, of Jacksonville.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mrs. Onie Thornton and Melanie Gohagen, of Starkewas
School 10 a.m.and 7 p.m. YPE parents Prevail, on Thursday.Mrs. excellent. They returned Mrs. Martha Miley, of and Mrs. Waldo Wilkison,Miss Debbie Napier Mrs. Pierce Crews were an overnight guest of her
i Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Marian Hall and Mrs. home Saturday evening. Starke, and Mrs. Mae Wells Pringle, of Worthington and Mrs. B. L. Wilkison, Sr, Thursday dipner guests of her uncle and aunt, Rev and Mrs.
f. Faith Baptist| $jqhurch: Hazel Hughes of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Earl Walker, were Tuesday dinner guests of Springs, were Tuesday dinner attended a Memorial Servicefor son and daughter-in-law, Mr Jimmy Parrish, on Saturday
!. Radio Program over WPXE Beach, and Mrs. Cora Hodges of Starke and Mrs Truman her sister Mrs. Ruth Bar- guests of their sister, Mrs. her niece, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Crews and Mr. and Mrs.: Robert Lee
Starke, 8 a.m. Sunday. Bible of Macclenny were guests of Norman, were Sunday dinner thlow, of Jacksonville. Onie Thornton and Mrs. and Mrs. S. p Rucker, at family, of Jacksonville.Mr. visited Mr. and Mrs., Lonnie
School 10 a.m. Worship Services their brother-in-law and guests of her parents,Mr, and Miss Arthurine Blanchardand Pierce Crews.Mr. Lake Butlers. Sunday afternoon .and Mrs.James Anders, Adams, of Jacksonville on
;4 j 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. sisters, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Mrs. Carl Prevatt.Mr. Brad Harper were guestsof and Mrs. Virgil Griffis Tammy and Alma, of Palatka, Sunday.:
Prayer Meeting Wednesday Naders and Mrs. Hester and Mrs. John Holmes her sister Miss Enza and family, and Mrs. Maines Mr. and Mrs. Joe Harley and Mr.and Mrs. Billy Anders Mr.: and Mrs. J. C. Tye, Sr
h 7:30: p.m. Bible Study. Hicks. and family,of Chiefland,were Blanchard, of Macclenny last Griffis and children, of and family spent the weekend and Michael were dinner were guests of their soninlawand
A. E. Massey went to Three girls and two Saturday afternoon guests of Thursday.Mr. Palatka, Mr. and Mrs. R E. with their parents, Mr. and guests of their parents, Mr. daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Fairmount, Ga. to be a guest men from Trinity Christian young their son-in-law and daughter, and Mrs. O. J.Boyette, Smith, of Bayless Highway, Mrs. H. C. Harley, of and Mrs. O. J. Anders, on Tommy Talley and son, and
in a Bible Conference at Grace Academy, of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Starling. Jr. and family were Friday and Mrs. and Mrs. Thomas Bushnell. Wednesday.Mr. 'son and daughter-in-law Mr.
Baptist Mission and also went to Bob Jones University, Other guests were their evening dinner guests of their Whaley and family, of Starke, Mrs. ''Tim Harvey and .and Mrs. Les McClellan and Mrs. J. C. Tye, Jr.. and
spoke at the Conference. He of Greenville, S. C. They left grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. brother-in-law and sister, Mr. were Sunday dinner guests of Sheila, of Lawton, Okla. are visited their brother, Elmer family, of.South Daytona, on
was a and guest sister-in-law of his wife'sbrother Mr. on Wednesday. This was a Jim Newsom, also ol and Mrs. Raymond Williams their mother, Mrs. Nellie guests of her parents,Mr and Hall, in St. Vincent's Sunday;

and Mrs. D. L. Hogue. He

'''. spent GRACE from Monday UNITED to Friday; W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE SPVE wiry

METHODIST: Sunday School
9:45: a.m. Worship Services 11 BOTTOM ROUND ,
a.m. and 6:30: p.m. United '-'
Methodist Fellowship 6:30 9
p.m. Choir Practice 7:30: p.m. Quantity RightsCOPYRIGHT197j '
Wednesday. Reserved
Sermon Topic will be "Come
into the Garden". .
Highland Baptist Church:
Sunday School 9:45 a.m. MI ;
Worship Services 11 a.m. and

6 Wednesday p.m. Prayer 7 Meeting f fd
Northside Baptist Church: ROASTi
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. S>' )

Worship Services Prayer 11 a.m Meeting and lunhe1a's'

Wednesday 7 p.m. S. n Dixie rtiF
The church is planning to
erect a Baptistry in the near eEEF PEOP1'
Elsie Norman took her
Mrs. Lissie Starling,
of Jacksonville home on

Sunday remained Monday.Mr. and Mrs.afternoon with Willie her Dobbs until and GROUND) BEEF= SMOKED HAM ROUND STEAK

and Chris, Wayne Gustafson,
Miss Sandra Dobbs, Mike '
Dobbs and Miss April WHEN YOU 29
Stephens were Sunday dinner PURCHASE3lB. Bun PORTION
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arlie .. S-LB., 88WHOll< t $
Dobbs. The occasion was to OR 10-LB. t. SHANK '
celebrate Willie Dobbs' bir- PACKAGE 66 PORTION 78 \\M. s. CHOICE;
thday. La. 85e ,. '
Miss Elizabeth Terry was a
guest of her sister, Mrs. C. E. CENTER CUT
Strickland, of Gainesville last LB. ROAST LB.
Wednesday to IB. $119] LB.

Mrs. Blanche Philips and _
her sister, Mrs. Grace Mid-
drove to Lawtey on Wednesday -

remain. for Mrs.some Phillips time, but will CHUCK ROASTWO STEAK RIB
Mrs. Middleton returned to
her home by plane on ROASTE
Saturday.Mr. .
.and Mrs.Sidney Hansen
and Mrs. Walter Martin were
guests of her son-in-law and __ $ -Z
daughter Mr.,. and Mrs. PRISM ..
U S, CMORCI : ,.. .SMOULDIR BLAOf v, ; Iil
Kenneth Praterand family,of: "i, I V I,>,,w *"' .( ) CARVE'PORK
Jacksonville,on Sunday. They, I'' ft- vll-,9JCHOICI .." '
attended services with themin .' OVEN
the morning and a sing in
the afternoon. ROAST READY
Mr. and Mrs. Casey Dobbs, LB. LB. LB.
of Jacksonville spent u. SSc
sometime with their parents,
Mr.and Mrs.Arlie Dobbs,and
are making some improvements
their home and
outhouses. on Sliced Bacon i;ic Ka.: $109 Shoulder Roast. LB. $119 Dog Food 7 CANS $100 Peanut Butter ''tt. 69cW.D
Friends of Mrs. Selma

Hospital a patient Jacksonville.in St. Vincent's She Round Roast. LB. $149 Meat Stew . 18 $129 'Cat Food .. 7 Sa $100 Salad Cubes "r' 59C


Mr.her and friends.Mrs. Les Mclellan Rump Roast . LB. $149 Strip I Steak . LB. $159 Can Liners I .. \ 'PKG.'D.".. 88C Softener . 2 ,4Bol.BTLS. $100


Sunday.Mathis, of Middleburg, on Round Steak IB 138 Beef Patties 3 LBS. $199 Instant Coffee 'X $149 Tea Bags . 2 :SS: : '$100W


Mrs. an Irby overnight Hightower guest, of St.of Ground Round .. L. 119 Pork Slices . LB.98c Apple Jelly. 2 JLit77c Cleanser . 7 ,'SI28, :, $100
Mary's Ga., on
Tuesday they went to
Clinic in Gainesville, where

surgery.an overnight Mrs. Hightower guest of Miss was I FOR ONLY *33 .SAVE s1'
Blanchard on Thursday. TYSON(10 OR MORE FULLY COOKED PIECES!;)

32-01. $ 69


SAVE 33 $ PEAS .. ie.oa.PKG. 49c
Kim Tenly daughter of Mr. 6 8tALL.. SSc POTATOES 'IV. LB. 29c
and Mrs. Sonny Tenly, Is in . PKG
the Bradford Senior Chapter, 49oz. 28oz. '
and she will soon show a steer
that belongs to the Bradford PKG. BOTTLES BOSTON LEMON PIE. 2 ,' 89C
Chapters and will be shown in Dlxa size
the Bradford Steer Show this DARLING .
year. The steer is Charolaisand
about 1,400 pounds at eighteen BREAD
1973.Last the Saturday Bradford, March Senior 1, 3 Lo ;; $1

I Chapter participated in the
judging contests in
Gainesville in the areas of I

Judging Livestock, Meats Judging.Judging Poultry and $ 39 SAVI 31THDIFTY SAVE $ .

Dairy Judging contests MAID 17e '.-
The members on the teams 40c ri
were: Livestock Rodney APPLESAUCE 4
Griffis, Randy Joyner, David
Baldree, and Zed Hamilton; 38.01. 16-oz.
Poultry Becky Hutchins,
Terry Thomas, and Barry BOTTLE 41$1| CANS
Whitehead; Meats Tommy L
Miller Pat Taylor, Mike .

Trimm Dairy ,- Jimmy Kim Tenly Scott, Bruce and Powdered Milk 20.0...c $359 Lettuce . LS.15c Onions :. "'3 A. 39C Waffles . '. V a' 59C
Charles Ferguson. We will

later know Charles on.the results Ferguson of the,.Reporter contest Grapefruit Juice 46-01 CAN' 39C Cabbage(; . ,. LS: 12C BEANS Dinner a fRANKS.MEAT .". :2 IKGS.': goo 1 Creamer: '. .' 4 CTNS 16'01: $100

............!.:............... Pears 8 SaTaJTGreenrrr Fish Sticks da:
. .' POI 89 39 icecream' .te': $1! . : 79
One Shot. Notice on the . I' .

society"Only Wilmington one page Del.engagement'. Journal: Oranges . 5 BAG LI 59c Mushrooms ..,:Ml 99C"" Fudge Bars : .,:.rt hl,': :" 79C' < 'TopP ng' .'',:!2, 5 STN.'sloo; : ,

each girl. If she wishes to Tomatoes te.49c Potatoes 10 & 69C. OIiANGI c $109. .Green'B'eans. .
announce her engagement at Juice : ., 2.. CANS' ... 'At '69C
a later date to another man, 'T' ". ., ,. ,

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Bridge Timbers 150 Tears Old '

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Salvaged at Fort Harllee Site


Massive timbers, sub ,i
merged in the Santa Fe River

for almost 150 years, were
dragged from the 'site of old
Fort Harllee, of Seminole' f
Indian War fame, last Sunday'
by local history buffs and two H- rl''
experienced fort-hunters, 4"S
James M. Grey of Lutz, and
Don Pennay of Zephyrhills.

Diving in the icy waters of

the Santa Fe, Grey, who Is the ,.1 ''i / '
author of a directory of ,
Florida forts, fought the swift ,
current to dig the timbers
from sand and mud where f'tV
they had been lodged for
generations', while others in .
the exploration party dragged 1
them ashore with ropes.

The water-logged pieces, K yp, t V
some of heart pine measuring
12 x 12 inches square, were
turned over to the custody of :

the Bradford County Historical o
Board of Trustees for '
future display in the county t
museum that Is planned for

the old Bradford County
James Grey explores bottom of
courthouse. In addition to the
Santa Fe River with metal probe before starting
search for remains of Fort Harllee bridge. timbersbelieved to have been
from a. bridge spanning the
Santa Fe on the route of the

old Newnansvllle Road, many
smaller' items, also found

during the day, were given to
the museum. These included 4
metal buttons from military 1 ,

uniforms, harness buckles, ...q t:,..,...,>>. ,aVa.........a. ...... '" ;>
bullets (fire and unfired), "'
etUTOTUALSigrilt fragments of clay pipes of the I
type favored by soldiers of Diver 'James Grey, assisted by local history bull' 1'1 i
that period, and bits of china Gene Long, hauls massive bridge timbers from icy
and glass. waters of Santa Fe at site of Fort Harllee last Sunday..

Grey and Pennay, who
O\.UT'OIV became interested in old fortsas and to be
was reputed
qo ". qo I
!' ,': 9 1 a hobby research, have on done archaelogi-extensive gest orange tree in

\ ) 'cal sites throughout Florida The tree is said to ''
:i: \ ) and are primarily InterestedIn
having the artifacts against the vengeful Semi- Manners and modes of life areso grown from a seed killed'i;
Harllee in front
"r'e.teIt '- ''''I'II.e1'' preserved noles. The hundreds of fragments unsophisticated they ,Major
for future
',,; before generations of colorful china and exhibit a state of primitive ficers quarters at the
unauthorized persons glassware found in the Harllee simplicity ,Just'one degree According to one
'come in and start making excavations tree to be ten feet :
area are mute evidence of the removed from the condition of
is to see why those who hate pressed in the Declaration of Independence for their own -''
easy .personal presence of these families their red brethren. cumference but was.!. ; ;
America look upon the forthcoming Bicentennial we can literally redeem ourselvesand profit or pleasure.' during this time. -

celebration with distaste. our nation during our Bicentennialyear. "I have children of my "Several nights ago, our
After all what But there was gaiety at Fort men (soldiers) got up a theatrical -
they really detest aboutour J own, Grey said, "and I wantto FORESTRY1Terry
Harllee, in of these
spite performance; and the "
nation are the great ideas and ideals see this material saved so ? d>'
Every man, woman, and child should they will know what Floridawas harrowing experiences man who was to play the partof farm II
that America stands for independence Forester
: liberty, Another
letter dated
therefore read and sign the Declaration, like 150 to 200 years ago." April 12, an express rider attackedby IN BRADFORD COUNTY
self-reliance, the right to 1838says: "Inhabitants the
own and Indians was actually at-
as a symbolic gesture of faith in our Accompanying Grey
village although "
private property, the idea that every Pennay during the day of sufferingand tacked!
nation before 4 1976.
July distressed
man in every country has a right to be exploration were E. L. seem to enjoy An improved' system for' are prepared by National
pleasures life with not a Another claim to fame of
Matthews president of the Weather Service forecasters
free. fire in the
indicating danger
To be effective 'Dean little zest. They have a build- Fort Harllee was the fabulous
howeyer, Man-, Historical Trustees; Gene state's forest and woodlands i I\M and are transmi tied by, tip
1 S'ncef those who underrate 'America ion warns' that the signers'' must kn6w Long county appraiser, who ing expressly .dedicated to' "China" orgpg* : being used thiS'-yCArf fey th<3!!I TaUa., asse'. ( de; D .1j" ,
daryU said t I .) 1 .
cannot ptebentthe BicentenTual r3t1s millai"\IIU1f the and >gM;>teo-whifh they a hell''Whicl1 Sib f' > \dttti'tkt( '
1 from what tn y"are' doing, and recognize) jts area; Division of Forestry; Florida ,
taking place, their only hope is to sabotage full significance.. '** C. M.'. Clark, resident of assembles! sbj,night*.; a week. orangeCounty \ 8 Department of Agriculturand *.! offices ovee >sate: The dis: ; -
Lakewho has trict forester uses the forecasts
Hampton Consumer Services.
to divert the true of the
or meaning explored the Fort Harllee tacalculate the expectedfire
American Revolution to mean some-' How may this be done? Put together a ;area as a hobby for 25 years. Purpose of such systems is danger and reports it to .

thing entirely opposite. '"study group" within each church, Agents to give a simple, quantitative, all Division fire fighting per ;
According to written accounts BY indication of the fire potential. sonnel in his district A
To combat this strategy, Dean Clarence women's organization, civic society, club Fort Harllee,' locatedon of the woodlands. Conditions detailed report is made by the
Manion has with what organization, school classroom, or neigh-, the north side of Santa Fe Notebook Bobby associated with fire are fire danger is summarized in
come up borhood. Read the Declaration, study River, a short distance south- classified by numerical '''the Class Day value.
sounds like a very good idea. "The Bi- of Lake Taylor values,usually called indexes. ''
every word, and absorb the full meaning west Hampton was No fire index, including the'
centennial he declares '"holds the values of the indexes
active forts High
one of the more
of the immortal document which, as Class Day value can tell how
prospect of l lifting and exalting the during tire third Seminole indicate greater fire danger. fires actually will DC-
Manion many
Dean points out, did indeed
entire course of American life, and by, Indian War,starting in 1937. It It is good to report that determined by the growers Under the system' in use 'cur,but they give the potentialfor
change the world 200 and for
that example the life of the, whole years ago, was named for Major WilliamW. interest is continuing to increase and.he amount of produce now the potential for fire on a fire and indicate the probable -
the South Carolina
all time to come Harllee, of available. Mr.Allen said thereis
world." Volunteers, who had been in vegetable production particular day is given by a ;; severity. if. J fire does
throughout the county. a possibilitythatthemarket begin.
single number called the Class
Then knowing the true and ,there the preceding winter, More people are planningmore would be open daily if volume which varies from
Only fifty-six men actually signed the meaning, and erected pickets with two and demand Day value The Division of Forestryuses
what it and bigger gardens and was apparent. one to five. A value of "I" the Class value to
understanding Day
says block houses at diagonal corners -
Declaration of Independence, but they farmers the You can call him at 964-6951 in
are increasing low fire "n"
the Declaration did John Han- the fashion of other means risk; make operational decisions
just as ,after 1
Starke if have questions.
for in state of last '
spoke every person every interior l Florida forts. areas vegetables over you means 'moderate fire risk; concerning fire fighting. For a
that was represented in the Continental cock, Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin year. All farmers are having "IH": means high fire risk; Class Day value of "I", for

Congress. Thus, the entire world was Franklin, John Adams, and all the According to a etter writtenby Looks like the big increaseIn difficulties this year trying to "IV" means very high fire example, aerial patrols would
changed by the articles of faith that the others in 1776. an officer of the time acreage of commercial determine what crops or risk, and "V" means extreme not be needed and normal
"Surrounding the fort was fire risk: work schedules would be
will be the best to
Declaration'contained.. will be in the enterprises
low,flat pine land, and nearby vegetables followed. For value of "V"! \
Only in this Way can the Declarationof Brooker area. There should be produce. They are thinking Fire danger Is calculated by
there were a few miserable manned and aerial
unfortunately faith and Independence be reinstated to its more cucumbers, squash and about the economy, and and I
But, this hope shanties, some of pine bark, whether their products will the "Spread Component" patrols would be put into ef-
for our nation has waned in recent years, rightful place in the minds and hearts of where some Cracker families watermelons understand if present plans the sell after they produce them the "Energy Release Component" -. fect.and additional firefighting '

and desperately needs to be revived. If the American people, and only through huddled. same continue.-vegetable buyer will be and, if so; will they receive a '' and how which intensely relate a to wildfire how fast 1 is forces may be put on

the millions of our people can now recall, such reinstatement can our Bicentennial !VThe pickets (of the fort) operating on the Brooker price that will make .their' 'expected to burn. When put standby

re-learn: and recapture,' the faith ex- observance: be fully realized. 'were made by splitting 'plne State Farmers Market, and ventures profitable together, these factors yield a' The new system is based on
logs about 18 feet long into two that he will be' open for Of all farmers, the cat "Burning Index" which indicates -' a National Fire Danger Hal
pieces and driving them into business 'when our first tleman Is probably in the what amount of men and ing System used by the U. S.
the ground, close together, vegetables are ready. worse situation. He' knows equipment must be employedto Forest Service in national
I with the flat side inward. The that each cow he has on hand contain any fire that breaks forests and by a .number of-
The 'HiddenHousewife9In pickets were braced together We have had two good now is a losing proposition. He other states. There are a
with stripe of boards nailed vegetable and garden growing cannont afford to sell his herd out.The number of advantages to the
Inside. meetings that were well at and he cannot afford to keep Burning Index is used; new system other than the
tended..I was told that these losing on each cow: The with the '"Ignition Compo-: simplicity of representation. of
"Tops of the pickets were meetings were informativeand' nent" to determine the value',
fire danger.
recent weeks The Telegraph has rect, then alcoholism ranks as the num-, cattleman must do the best
sharpened, and holes were cut helpful. Of course, the of the Class Day. The Ignition
been carrying a series of locally pre- ber one disease in the U. S. today; leav- seven or eight feet from the emphasis in the meetings was job of management possible to Component is a number which More information now goes
his losses at a minumum,
parrd'articles on alcoholism, which have ing heart disease and cancer in second ground for Firearms. A rampof to produce a good quantity of until keep the beef cattle situation gives the probability of fire' into the determination of the.

brought several favorable comments and third place.Of : benches ran around the quality vegetables at the This would include actually igniting if. a firebrand basic index. Other para '
improves. '"' be added as new
Inside of the pickets about lowest possible cost. such as a stroke of meters can
i and believed to have done goodin providing the best and most
are some such as sta-
three feet high from which lightning or lighted match, data are acquired
bringing this so-called"disease" to the all the tragic suicides in the country .the men fired their rifles" Bob Allen our Starke economical level of nutrition reaches forest vegetation. tistics on lightning strikes."' |
attention of. the' ublic. this year, a third of them will be., I Farmers Market manager, herd health, and general care : The new index' also had a
?, attributed alcoholism. Some'' 60,000 Another' letter, written on I told the group at the meetinglast of the cattle possible under When a Class "IV" Day Is. sounder technical basis taking

automobile acci- April 12, 1838, said: "About 20 I Monday night that plansare your,program.. reached! a fire danger alert is-, into account specific wood-
be killed in
While alcoholism has long been'recog. 'people will J finalized the
have been killed i being for declared -This initiates land vegetation types which-
nized as a serious problem in America dents this year,and over. half will be due lately persons on this frontier. A mess-'' ]Farmers Retail Market again I'll be happy with to discuss your various procedures including the previous systems did. not.' .

recent findings concerning this "disease"among to drunken driving., enger 'arrived here today I this year. He said that he operation time. you at any broadcasts to Division. of Division fire control officials I-
American ,comes as, ,.begging assistance to bury the I needed information from Forestry crews cooperating j
women .................... emphasize that any
somewhat of shocker Most distressing of all, however are, :dead as the families have, I growers about .when they N.N.N landowners,.and fire departments -* is relative and :
a rating system
congregated in several houses 'would have vegetables for : Kick Out : to assure full readiness! '
,recent studies of babies born to alcoholic 1 evaluates the worst condition.
for\, self defense The whole'frontier I sale.so that a good starting for any fire emergency
Those who delve into such matters estimate mothers.. In: every,'instance, barring, is being abandoned,. ,,dale I could be set. ; the Quacks : They believe it is a valuable'

that as many as fifty per cent of' none,' it was found that'the infant had there being now more than ,Allen The values of the various tool however, for scheduling' .
Mr. said I that there Beware of a "sure cure" or manpower and giving residents -
determined the r
the nation's alcoholics 'are classified as ;suffered ''damagesome slight;',many thirty families around us (for indexes are by
would probably be a small "remedy" for any cancer, the type of woodland and under-;, up-to-the minute know- ;
the "hidden housewife.".Studies indicate serious.. ;There were no exceptions. protection) charge to growers selling on American Cancer Society cau- brush that prevail In the area ledge of the condition of.the -V

,that this secret alcoholic is a woman the market this year.The fees tions. This is the language of the and by meteorological condi-i; woods... ;
between the ages of 35 and 55, and from All of the babies were below normal in 150. These words,written dramatic almost would be used. to cover cost of quack whose unfounded claims tions Including temperature; V
years alor.glve a materials provided for and methods .
the middle, upper-middle, or super. intelligence, weighed less; were twentyper picture of. life in.the Fort displaying produce, and to prevent unproven or delay prompt may and wind relative speed humidity and,cloud direction cover', ';, (;/ ridv

income groups. cent shorter than the average infant, Harllee area as the pioneersfled help defray costs of clean-up proper treatment for cancer. In and. precipitation.
j and were all permanently retarded in their homes at the first aftereach sale. case of doubt, seek the adviceof Deputy Denton.

Few, if any, people'know about her growth Some of these infants suffered around Indian the alarm fort and for gathered Days and times of operation your local ACS._ Twice-daily forecasts of the Dees Hit Duty.

addictionsometimes not even membersof from malformation ;of the'head, face, protection I For' the market will be ............................. applicable weather elements 'Dear Sheriff Reddish:

her own familyand if these do find legs, arms; or heart.-A physician at the I would like to express my

out, they work full time at keeping the University of .Washington.';estimates .t le'(Jd,1 t"eefiri r pRIq J'' fRADFORD appreciation to your Depart-,
word of "mama's. trouble";from being that as many. twenty percent of a1coI .:' CO +ta ment for the quick and. very,
known in the community Thus, the real I hole mothers, give'' birth;,to" deformed. '\' ;' ? successful investigation action and subsequent during. the,,
truth is kept from the neighbors, family' children.J, I ." "I. recovery'of several items r

friends, the children's playmates.land 7- j ?,- ( stolen from Lawtey.. Elementary ) ->I
the husband's employer.Most times it is Truly:hens le'a serious challenge that'demands 1'I" schools v 'l'' .

even kept from the family doctor;;or''orgufeatioM. immediate and'intense action, cog G. FERGUSON -JOHN M.MILLER'l1 w Deputy Don Denton acted in w

"" p .such/a*,A4coholic*:'jAmJrnous. : Son the partof.every type of agencyj I ::14\ ,.., Publieh.a. : h- a wise' 'and1"professional'!

from whom needed help could be' /I. I R public or private that is working uTTms, 'IrVjMehed each'Thursday end entered second Class Mstfer the Port Office at Stark, f la,under Acts; manner'in apprehending and I the'*<\'
obtained. v; If' field. For best results against this crowing .> > ....... ilea:;, s.; Of Msfch 3,11879. ; guilty'thorough parties Inv.aU.aUfI.appreciate: t this

menace their diverse efforts should ,, watt ,...,,... ship: t* -- | 5 ; Subenlptlon rate In trade are*: 9e per yesr: 93.60eix months.r prior to the arrests. --..tWetsuited -' "Mv \' ,;

If estimates concerning the numbersof ..be coordinated so there will be no dupli-if ..,M MW. yea .k...emi...' # 4"'- Outside trade are: $7 per veer: M.OOejx months.,, :.''''h- ";; i J1m;' Duns tl,' '"

.hidden housewife'aIcobolin"ueeor"r ; : cation or-waste of,energy'and fundsA- '....' i,;ryl ,b/e'/ v -.I .' Stark*.Re.' a ;; Principat",. ., frt
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; TELEGRAPH March 8, 1975

r l..I ;LEGALSIN HAMPTON, AREA NEWS. 'By J08ephlneFOI1ta ne. ..
r r: I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT the directors and employees;. t INEfLEVELlIV.FIISTI and velocity, reading weather may have difficulty with the
. EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF and providing an effective date. \ CITY NEWS'Firemen's several days with Arthur instruments and explained the language arts and math skills.
FLORIDA IN AND FOR News: Volunteer Bruno, and Mrs. Diane Rhea. methods used in comprisinghis The terrarium proJect of
l BRADFORD COUNTY. BOARD OF COUNTY. COM-- Firemen will meet Monday, daily 6 p.m. and '11 p.m.reports. Mrs. Carole sixth
: March 10, at 8 pm. at the RECREATION graders proved very Interest-,
Hall and The 4-H meeting was held The display .
CIVIL ACTION Hampton City Ing and productive.
Hart is
Mrs. Edna assisting
CASE No.75-' FLORIDABY I Ie Recreation Center.There wasa March 3 at Hampton Elemen- in the school library has'
/RIIRR Tom in Implementing
i ; l ? Lid t Moat brush fire at the railroad tary School with Harold Principal special Casey education .. brought a great deal of altertion. *--
.. a
: MARIE L BAUGESS Plaintiff, : Gilbert track last Saturday and a Waters presiding. The 28 in the school. Some of the children.

vs. HAZEL PHIFER, Defendant 2/27 2tchg C .a house fire on Sunday. We members attending enjoyed a This program will be of great help, decided to continue' this.
that the fire "HAPPINESS IS 4-H".
.. understand was move to ,children who project In their homes.
I NOTICE OF SUIT- IN* THE "The Country Church with confined to the inside of the They discussed their future especially
PROPERTYToCarI EIGHTH for Service the Heavenly Message." :smiles house. projects and ,also their 4-H la DDDDOODDD ODO tDDO= _
,, FLORIDA, School, 9:45: west of Starke on SR The Hampton City Council booth at the, fair. Refresh-
: E.Baugess Worship at 11 100. Church phone 964-6490'; will meet Tuesday evening ments were served; by Mrs.
Address unknown ; Training 8:15; Parsonage 964-6407. March 11, at City Hall. Joyce Joyner. DRESS FACTORY
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Worship at 7:30.: Sunday Bible School 10 a.m. Basic Education classes
an action to the following Night Sunday morning Worship. 11 BIRTHDAYSMiss meet Monday and Wednesday
property In Bradford County,, ; Acteens, '6:1: ; a.m.. Gail Sullivan cele- evening at Hampton City Hall PRE-EASTER
_, Florida: JAMES A. School Workers Sunday Evening Worship 7 brated her 9th birthday on and Recreation Center. 'The
MATTIE JO ; R.A.; G.A.: Acteei; March 3. She had ice cream regular time is 6:30: pm. to
PARCEL 1: One acre square Friends; Missions p.m.Wednesday Evening and a pretty birthday cake 9:30: p.n.The
on North side of SE'A of NW'Aof 6:45 p.m.; Hour of Worship 7:30 p.m. which she shared with friends afternoon Craft Class REMNANTSALEFriday
an adjoining road lying in NO 7:30.: Teen School Prayer and relatives. meets Wednesday afternoonsfrom "
Section 26, Township 7 South 9:30; Meetings: BHS, Tues. and 2:30: to 4:30: at Hampton
Range 22 East SAVE AND To: ; 7 p.m. Thur. at 8 a.m. in room A-18. FRIENDS NEIGHBORSMr. City Hall and Recreation
EXCEPTING THEREFROM. .1717* UCHS, Wed. at 7:30: in .and Mrs. Wes Halek had Center.. This week was 3-D March 7th
Commence at the intersection of Ft. BEN P BRYANT Auditorium. several visitors over the pictures and crocheting.
the North boundary of SE% of Pastor weekend Mr. and Mrs.Lester SENIOR CITIZENS be sure .
NW'/ of Section 26 Township YOU ARE Preachers Meeting Slade were Saturday visitors and come to the covered dish

7 South, Range 22 East Brad- that an Mark's On Friday, March 7 starting and Sandee Chason of Gainesville dinner Friday evening, March 7:30 A.M. Till 4 P.M.
ford County Florida and the Marriage at 11:00: a.m. the Pine Level Frances and Henry 7, in the City Hall and Recrea-. :
Easterly right of way line of you and ISCODat Baptist Church will be hostingthe Johnson of Astor, and Mr. and tion Center at 6:30: p.m. There
State Road No. 100 and run serve a Florida Preachers Mrs. Babyar were Sunday are five birthdays and two
thence South 18 degrees 35 defenses. If Church Meeting. visitors. wedding anniversaries in Saturday March 8th

minutes, 30 seconds East, along plaintiff's ...t K..| St... Also that evening at 7 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Adkins March so we will be celebratIng ,
said right of way line 210 feet and address J.cli.o the "Singing Teens" from .and son of Miami were visitors all of them at our Pot-
thence North 89 degrees, 16 P. O. RIV:JOHN M.LYt4N;, Pine Level will be beginningthe of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Luck. There will be turkey 7:30: A.M. Till Noon

minutes, 30 seconds East 77 feet Florida and March 6th 3:30: evening Service. All are Adkins. and ham with all the trtm.-
to the point of beginning; thence the clerk Troop No. 127; invited. Come and hear some Mrs. Clarice Adkins enteredthe mings. I'll tell you more about
continue North 89 degrees 16 court on or : Inquirers' Class; of Florida's great men. of North Florida Regional it next week.,
minutes. 30 seconds East, 133 1975; : Senior Choir God! Hospital, March 4, for obser Macclenny C.M.T. Factory
feet thence North 18 degrees, be entered vation. SCHOOL NEWS '
35 minutes, 30 seconds West 38 relief March 9th 8:30: Mrs. J. A. Williams, Sharon Ti connection with the
feet thence South 72 degrees or petition. Eucharist; 9:45 : ?4 and Joy drove to Fernandina Cuter Education: Program 30 Barber Rd.
21 minutes, 12 seconds West WITNESS School; 11:00: 1 : Beach Saturday to attend the being carried out in the

126.62 feet to the point of seal I of said Prayer; 5:00: It wan a medieval saint, St. wedding of Kathy Fowler and school, the first, second and Off Hy-way 121
beginning. 12, 1975. E.Y.C. Meeting; Bernard (NOT the one the Cliff Dawson. Kathy is the third grades recently were
: Senior E.Y.C dogs are named after) who granddaughter of Mr. and visited by Mel Turner,
PARCEL 2: Commence at the first used'the expression "love Mrs. J.. A. Williams meteorologist from TV

intersection of the North March 10th 3:30 me, love my dog." Mr. and Mrs.' Leonard Channel 20, Gainesville. He Macclenny, Fla.
boundary of SE'/4 of NWJi of : Choir Practice; Marotta, of Bay Shore, Long gave a general discussion

Section 26 Township 7 South : Brownie Troop No. Island, N. Y. are spending about clouds wind direction .... .
Range 22 East Bradford 2/20 4t / .u.u.u.uu..u.u..uuu..uTb

County, Florida and the Easterly
March 11th 3:30:
right of way line of State Road NOTICE Scout Troop No. 614;
No. 100 and run thence South
Youth Confirmation
Notice is I :
18 degrees, 35 minutes, 30
seconds East along said) right of Dolph Bradford E. ( March 12th GuaIiht. Food Peepfe
way line 210 feet to the point of
Acolyte Meeting;
and by : ;
beginning thence continue tion, to-wit: : Lenten Program. BEEF
South 18 degrees, 35 minutes,
30 seconds East,along said rightof A "
way line 22 feet, thence County Cans SIRLOINSTEAKS
North 72 degrees 21 minutes, County
'12 seconds East, 73.30 feet; Final
thence South 89 degrees, 16 Finance SUPERMARKETS
minutes 30 seconds West 77 Florida, and '
feet to the point of beginning. and Cordelia : ICE
the amount 320 SOUTH

intersection PARCEL 3: Commence of the North at the with Have costs cans- Collecting and other all- -- $ 48' 'VIHVDAV.WALNUT LCW: MICH ST.CREAM:'

boundary of SEV4 of NW'/4 of possession Orr. VIM OMUI$ u OR
aluminum scrap for TX.u" C".a.tm QU'
Section 26. Township 7 South described _..ova.1 ::_ ICI MILK
a profitable .
Range 22 East, Bradford wit: 1969 for citizens of Starke. ..
County Florida, and the Easterly LB MWN U.tD.L FOOD STIMPCOUPONS HALF GALLON
right of way line of State Road 1<.,. UMIT-t WITH tlO,00 OM MORI FOOD OHOIM
I.D. Aluminum's I -
No. 100 and run thence North 89 ., 'ii flO f'tv'1"r
aluminum 00
degrees, 16 minutes,30 seconds recycling I i .
on every
East, along said North boundary
210 feet to the point of named from 9:30-11:00: : Tit Fw t T
beginning; thence continue Monday, pay the public 15 cents Qoolibi < Pwpfe EvcryDayLowPricc EveryDayLowPrkeU.

North 89 degrees, 16 minutes, 1975 at for aluminum scrap
30 seconds East along said Store, S. NO. 1
North boundary 12 feet, thence Bradford I Square US-301 CHUCKROAST
South 14 degrees 47 minutes bidder for
East 175.70 feet; thence North
18 degrees 35 minutes, 30 above to Dr Robert R.
seconds East, 172 feet to the said defendant Reynold's director of

point of beginning Planning, J jZ3 /HOLE mm mm
of aluminum's ability
E. 2 PER -CaL"fe
has been filed against you and Dolph in the recycling
Bradford lltit48t If f
you are required to serve a copy it is aptly called"The BAG VftPi.i
1/20 4t / Loose 5' Lb.
of your written defenses if any of Environmental
to it, on the plaintiff's attorney,
whose name and address is n........nlltt yolLoalPrlee TMtlelybrlNlgl/. arallgsyLeetPtltR\ 1k/tilrryl//aFklr ........, omnfciy

Hon. George H. Pierce, P. O. OF this, Testin CHUCK GROUND cum 5555U5 u.oeT D BONNLU$ FRISK TINOIN u..O.tlDAHO
Drawer 1030, Starke, Florida, TO BE "aluminum can be STEAKS CHUCK POYROAST Pork loinCHOPS BEET POLEBEANS BAKINGPOTATOIS

and file the original with the over and over again ?u .rm BEEF -....-._.

clerk otherwise or of before the above March styled 10, 1975 courton ; entitled Chapter Pursuant" at of energy that required savings of to L< be
a judgment may virgin metal. This .
entered against you for the relief Unclaimed' aluminum
demanded in the complaint or notice is an for energy .yD.ylowPrice Tho Q..Ia r.... P.u EveryDdyLowP,,( ,a.. o.t..w.. rN4......... Ev ryD..yLowPrI use
petition. persons again." ," "" "' '' FYNE '" LYKES KING COLE "RE'H; ''Of...
WITNESS my hand and the be the CAKE APPLE YELLOW
seal 1975.of said Court on February 4. resumed personal or MIXES SHORTENING JUICE .. ... VEGETABLES ONIONS GRAPEFRUIT .

GILBERT. BROWN Account Apparent. ,, SSc ,'; $139 2/89c 39 < 5/$1 9< IA'H' 9 < .,.

As Clerk of said Court Ms. W. J.,
By: Beulah M. MoodyAs Information Petition. COMPARE O ll.r. w COMPARE! ,,::,,:"r.::;: COMPARE! ":l: .1r : :.
Deputy Clerk mount or hand and the
2/13 4t 3/6 Property Court my on the 4th day Beef Liversswa.w: 69e '0' Boneless Hams :,r... 54" 110' Skinless Franks ::r':::.'''OI 69C ,e

address obtained of 1975. Smoked! Picnics A;=E:" 68e 10- Perch Fillets rsnssz w 69' '0' Sliced Bologna u.drl: ; IOI ''89*. ,.

NOTICE OF LOCALLEGISLATION property possessing GILBERT BROWN Sliced Bologna;0.N".199; to Roll Sausage, ..POM 79< '0'' Chipped Meats tot O r.MOSTUCIO. 45c. .
inquiry to : Beulah M. Moody Cottage Cheese' "vssr 89' a' Turkey Loaf MIAVULILSI s1"e' Cooked Ham :?:?;':': *r ore ,

TO: ALL CITIZENS TAX. State Deputy Clerk Sliced Bacon '" 99! Pork Shldr Roast Ilc Cheese Slices >AHTNV MtMMNOLt .._. 'D 89* '
PAYERS AND ALL OTHER tutor. /' p.Ma '0' ... '0'' tsot MO. 19

INTERESTED PERSONS AND Section Turkey ESS;:': .soea 494 Fried Fish Sticks EMOHMU .sr'all' i Juice r 98 .
Florida :.. ......te to ........ Orange SOT irEvcryDayLowPricc

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN address notice. as : JUDICIAL IN AND FOR CIRCUIT BRAD-OF I TK* Quoiu/ I FW P >pl, T EveryDayLowPrke T Tfc* Qodftj 1 ftd PkMUSSELMAN

to :
ship .
that the Board of County
Commissioners of Bradford by May 8, CONTADINA ROSEDALE PACKER LABEL

County Florida do intend to bot delivered CIVIL ACTION
apply to the 1975 Session of the tor. Case No.75-60
mast be
Florida Legislature for passage
mi strator. : Matter of the Adop- SAUCE .
of an act relating to Bradford PEAS "
County; repealing Chapter 27- As BASS
413, Laws of Florida. Special
Acts of 1961 Chapters 28-916 2tchg3/6 OF SUIT-. '
and 28-918. Law of Florida, NO PROPERTY 1. -3/89'/

Special Acts of 1963, Chapter IN I TH'E
611896. Laws of Florida THE WILSON

Special Chapter Acts 671128.of 1961 Laws and of CUIT BRADfORD OF ... Unknown COMPARE "MV 1OW' '*r.**tMNMH '\ COMPARE '''::'::;:ii' wro; COMPARE! U Irlr' ::TO .

Florida Special Acts of 1967.at CASE NO. HEREBY NOTIFIED Dill Pickle i 43c .. Foam 00 59c 10. '
relating to the establishment of action for Adoption has Chips ??.N Monogram Rice ?: 78 to. Cups :::,

the Bradford the Bradford County Hospital County; n Re: The and against you are you required ROZINA to Pantry Pride Olives /0.t 49c 10. Vanilla Extract >r.7r: : 69 to. Vaseline Lotion."e."": .:::.59t a.aa

creating Hospital Authority; providing for WARD 1OWN. of your written de- Pantry Pride Dinners ....., 49c ,. Pantry Pride Wipes ,- 49 10i English Muffins .:':v:;:,, 3/M/ 13' .
the establishment acquisition, any to rt, on the plain- :
.. whose and Taco Casserole' d ,,19c.to.. Iced Oatmeal.It'r'M' 59' t. .
construction equipping maintaining name : Pantry Pride Cups' ?wL 79 20. ;

and operating of a hospital for the use and benefit To i: O. Drawer 1000 Starfca Detergent ,: 3/l/ Pantry ,Cups :; .00.
of the residents and citizens of Add 32091. and file the
Eftryo.yt.owfIri Bradford County Florida; providing with the dark. of the EverY&iyLowPrke W fk.. 0 ii, i ...I P..u I o-w..1. f'ooopIo heryOdyl"wPrKe CvcryDjyLowPrk
for the appointment of court on or before '., PEPSODENT
five (15)) director of Hid' hospital th8f an 31. 1975; otherwise a STEWED I PEANUT CUT SWEETPOTATOES COFFEE SPRAY TOOTHBRUSHES S5 KING SIZIBREAD'
be entered
authority and fixing their powers 'ha may
Triage I
and duties; providing that the and \; you for the relief. de- TOMATOES BUTTER CREAMER .
you HARD
Board of County CornrnWoner. in the complaint or path I $139 49 < or
may appropriate monies to Aid cave defenses a 3/ | 79 2/$1. 31MtiI1 /* 3/l
hand and the
hospital authority; providing for RICHARD.. my .
---.1 LL.Le w.-
the appropriation of maNY and for .... laid. Court on February ILh///Mf1/ p ...*: Ft.tp. Tels/s.yfili/afls. Ifar syteel/gke 1MfIrlq//r4h( ,
the raising of revenue for the acquisition 114 N. .__ U .. ... .,Mates OOLO MTOOWTCNAPMI. IILUIIU.YI '
construction, meirvtenence 9915. stake MACARONI :i' .AN UITv HONEY .

equipping and operation file i the orl GILBERT of said BROWN Court DINNER SPRAY F!OT' PIlS. ... ...11. lit.41 ..' ; :.r I' ..,/. .
of such hospital; Aa dark _'_ ?..... .. : .. OFFFLOUR /.. of the l .By:Beulah M. Moody up !!r; I mT.t I ''f7i'',
Board :
authorizing .. : .
/ :
fore April 7. '- .w5.c 79
2/'I ." .7"I' _. ,*
Aa dark -
Deputy ,
DIrectors to enter. into agreement judgment alii CAlI 'IIO"N r --n Mn umt t -J
for group Insurance for agelnet you / / AS------as-f.--. --

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March 8, 1975 TKLECHAIMI fags/( :; ..

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IN Jeannette BRIEFBy Prescott II;: [I Sit. 1" ADS AN1'U\..c. 7/1 111t I r a F a r rrJif \ 'I ORLD sE: II..

: Sat.
Fifteen members of (CLASSIFIED it.\'i .KSfor : March 7 & SAWS SHARPENED: work CHOICE $695. 1969 IVerc.r INSURANCEAT
Brownie Troop 501 are finalizing Drive, Starka.8, lip 628 Pinewood guarar>teed. Call 964.7509 0 Colony Park, Fact A/C & LILLIAN C. PEARSON 237 Acres Pasture Land, good REDUCfD RATES

plans for their Investitureto I h'lIti1lIU' I iiisri it linn leave at Jackson Building I tape deck. 6 passenger. 1969 REALTOR roads, 6 miles to Starka. $890 AUTO
-- -- -- FIRE, BOAT 'J
be held Monday, March 10, Tuesday Noon l'I'N'C'dlllt' | Supply,. Starke or KeystoneHeights Datsun, 4 spat. Std. Trans. Lawtey Ph. (Anytime)782-3806 per acre. Best. terms.
at 7:30: In the Brooker Elementary 'I'htuxduy before pulilii'itUun. GARAGE SALE: Today thru tfchg. 1968 Buick Sport Wagon, Two 2 BR houses, comer lot - DOYLE E.CONNERINSURANCE

School Auditorium.The Saturday. Baby items, .- -. Fact A/C, 9 peas All in very very neat some furniture. Uve 80 Acres: 3600 ft. Hiway Front' AGENCY

Brownies are planning to :Minimum ('blll'A"I..(Ill) heaters, clothing, beds, etc. good cond. Ph. 1-4682101 in one rent the other. Total age. 60 acres fenced, 20 acres. TCHG
make refreshments, with a I It'''\t''MI' I l":; \\C..dMI. ) 339 Church St., beside clinic. Waldo. Itp price $18,700. timber. 12 Miles to Starke
____...__ Priced Right.
little help from their mothers I{:lulloldoci) 15 Itp Frame 2 BR
(sun porch, could be -
to be served Monday night. III trills --- -....------ Motorcycles FOR SALE:: 1966 Chevy 3/4 ton 3rd BR) Cent. heat/air Outside Acre Lots-,. In- -or-Out- of City $ SAYE $ '

Everyone Is invited to attend ] camper special. Equippedwith city 14000. >
Ml lassiliril.. Ads Ill Uhl bt FOR SALE: 15 acres All or part, Del-Ray slide-on 3 BR CB with - :. ;
camper. Sep. Dr. $18,100. FRED '
.. :
SCHOOLNEWS pit id I tin lii alit alive unless >'mlI.t' at Underwood Motel, N of Gas
or refrigeration,
New 3 BR 2
mi fslalilislu'd ucronnt0llh Starke 301. Bath -CBon1 1 Acre REAL ESTATE
There will be a Teachers on 1tp DC or AC. Gas stove. Sleeps GMC TRUCKS
he( 'Irli-uiiipli.' In that Homes from$9,000 Phone 964-6464
-- ---- up BUICK PONTIAC :
Planning Day on Monday, four. Self contained unit, \
: cxciil :ill rents lAtiu di.UK( FOR SALE: 1973 350 Honda Nile -. 964.6810 n
March 10, and students will without bath. Ph.. 964-7890, "A LITTLE RIDE CAN '
FOR SALE: 6x9 Linoleum $3.98, '
tinInllinu.. :Nut it'Hiinsillt> forellurs Street, <
| exceptionally clean
have, the day off. .. when I Hit 9x12 Linoleum $898 Also $675. $1.750 cash. 3/6 2tchg 3/13 SAVE YOU A LOT" TF
i II'C'II'C'I' Call 964-8241 after 4. AssociateRALPH
On Tuesday of last week the' 12x12 and ------------ GREEN "
12x15 In SPRINGS
Health Exercise Class met pliniK, ni.. wlirii espy| Is nut stock. lip -.. .. -- BRYAN COVE
Isprll aid brought\ tn till' of- Hundreds to choose from at ----------'-- FRED SACKETT-REALTOR- 964-6208 '
with 28 members: attending. JIMMY MOOPE'SSun
'',;' "\ The class will meet for two li.c. Dahmers. Discount, tfchg. 'STAFIKE; CYCLE: CENTER","2B*' j 205 N. Temple Ave (US-301)) (
- ------- r FOR RENT
J hours each week on Monday N. Temple Ave. Ph. 964-6020;;, 904/964-6622 SportsMORE ;

nights in the future, with Hick FOR SALE: Property on Your authorized HODAKA ASSOCIATES 1/
dealer, tfchg. .
Ezzell as instructor. Sampson Lake 100x350. 5
...._ William"Bill"Trlgg YOUR MONEY TF
miles of : ----------- C'ADILLAC-OI.DSMOKILK:
W Starke
t FOR SALE J excellent FOR RENT Mobile Home Nealy "Mac" McConnell
RROOKF.lt BAPTIST fishing and hunting. 964-6550, subdivision Vi acre lots $35 SALES& SKH1CK STARKE PH 964-5791

Nathan Boles, a seminary : day or 964-8334 night. mo.,3 miles from city limits at Wanted Chicken farm, Flue selection of Used Cars
student of New Orleans La., Financing available. 2/27 intersection of Hwy 16 and caged layers Taken On Cadillac Trades COMPLETE OUTBOARD Bt

will be guest speaker at the FOR SALE: 4 miles N. Keystone 4tchg 3/20 PERSONAL SERVICE I Morgan Road. Ph. 9645606. 2IHII N.W. 13th ::17H5H)1UAI.NKSVILLH : ) STERN DRIVE SERVICE
Brooker Baptist Church on Heights. 5 acres high and dry -- --------- tfchg 3 bedroom on 2 54 acres AND REPAIRCOMPLETE

Sunday March 23. for the with mobile home. 4 inch well ------------ several small frame houses FIBERGLASS

morning and evening ser and some timber. 4733628. FOR SALE: Argentine hay $1.65 Lots and acreage of all types .REPAIR
vices. Everyone is urged to Itp at barn. Booking orders for FOR RENT 12' wide mobile-- CUSTOM BUILT FIBER-

attend. The church is still .- - - -- eggs. Ring neck pheasants, WALDO BEAUTY SALON has homes outside city limits. J.B. G.lASS'FISHING' BOATS

without a pastor FOR'SALE: Camper, sleeps 6. wild turkeys, Hulsey game new Helene Curtis Uniperm. White. !Ph.! 964-6114.' tfchg. Wi now have a fulltlme appliance
Call 964.7247 after 6 p.m 1tp chickens.J. M. Edwards, 964- Great Curl with natural -,--_-_------ O repairman for all ,)your

PERSONALS: - - - 5379, Starke. 2/27 5tp 3/27 results. Open Tuesday, thru FOR RENT:: 2 Bedroom Con- repair needs.

'Mr.and Mrs C J, Stalnaker FOR SALE: Antique's of - -------- Saturday. For appointmentcall dominium completely furnished '
left last week for Bruton. Ala., my china and glasswear 'FOR SALE:' Case pocket knives Waldo 468-1016. 3/6 2tp Oceanfront with Call 964-5289 Badcocks We1lDrilling..

where Mrs.\ Stalnaker'smother pieces also 8 legged console now at Dahmers Discount 3/13 swimming pool. Day, week,
Mrs. Annie Gernagm table Phone 964,6279. Itchg tfchg ------------ or month. Crescent Beach 2" thru 6" i iI
had a stroke.. Please keep her, --- 9647425. Itp I irwillcgar I I
- - - ---------
in your prayers. SEWING MACHINE OPER. ------------ Fast Rotary .4..4.r
Mr.and Mrs KoscoChessar FOR SALE: Approx. one cord FOR SALE Wanted. Experience I
: Laying hens, fill helpfulbut
of Newberry visited Mr and fireplace wood $20.00. You your freezer or back yard 50 not necessary, will train. FOR RENT& : Room with private REALTYService Drilling Equipment '
entrance. Call 964-
Call .
Mrs., Pitt Baxter 964 8191 after 5 cents each. No Apply in Lake Butler
on Sunday, limit. Seigler person
March 2. p.m. lip--- Farm, 1 mile North of Grandinon 'Apparel Co. Lake Butler, Fla. 7247 after 6pm. 1tp AVON TO THE RESCUE State Licensed .: "
---- -- -
--- ---
J. O. Hamilton of Bradenton - SR-315. Ph. 16592387. 3/62tchy 3/13---- '

'visited his brother and sislcr- FOR SALE: 1974 Used 3 BR, \ V 2/27 2tchg 3/6 FOR RENT: 2 bedroom 12 x 60 Caught In I Pumps .:
in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Zedra Bath full 3 --- --------- mobile home. Ph. 964-5261. Up A'lay.Off? Save .
ton a/c, is
carpet our business.. IfMI Your t tSalesPartsServiCS
Budget By Our
Hamilton last week. The BABYSITTING: Fenced yard, lip Selling
total electric. Call 964-7212. It can assist In New & Used
you any way in Famous Products :
FOR SALE Registered Angus time. $15 one child $25 Call Loma L
llamiltons are spending this any -- ---------
- -
seven of real
Heifers services estate Clyatt at 755.0731 or write P. O '
cows. and bull calves. two children. Call 4962628. .
week ,
Astor. at their camp near GARAGE SALE: Small tools J.B. White. Phone 9646114or 1tp FOR. RENT: 3 room furnished please do not hesitate to call us. Box 5127, Lake City, Fla. 32055. ,1.1 i

Household items, misc.' 964-8775. apt. No children or pets. 964- tf t!
tfchg' ------ !
Paul Emery of Quincy March 6, 7, 8, 10 a.m. to 5 ---.....----.....-- 8021. tip -, .... E-Z Terms
visited Mrs. Eva Harrell while
p.m. Rd. 16 E. 2 miles old HORSESHOEING: University ----_-------
here on business last Sunday. FOR SALE Good used bikes Trained Multipurpose buildingCan be kNew
C. M. Stallings of Sanford shop building. Itp : 8 yrs. Experience.: ,FOR RENT:: Small unfurnished J Plumbing: J
- -- and trikes New and used Expert and Dependable offices or 2 apartments or com- ,
house. Ph. 964-5724 after 5.
visited Mrs Eva. Harrell last furniture and appliances Service. Call Lou bination with Total 3
Brodsky at garage.
Saturday; : good used mattresses, cloth' 468-1572. 3/6.4tp 3/27 BR, 2 B. Zoned commercial. ., Installation :
and Mrs. Anthony Cast. Keystone Heights office ------------ t
30 yd, .01 :
zippers per inch, ------------ Try Our Fresh Titling tees Right
Im announce the birth of a building and three acres on shingles $9.50 square, roofing FOR RENT: 2 bedroom, 1 Ya - from The Farm SOLO SV Tilt Remodeling "
daughter! Amy Joyce on Lake Geneva for acreage or and felt$5 roll and many more SEWING MACHINE REPAIR & bath mobile home. Lake front. t CASE OR PLAT <]'.. Doi.| tl.50 Per '

:Match I at McDill AFB farm near city. Phone 473- items. BARGAIN CENTER, 1 scissors sharpened, all makes 473-4186 or 473-4983. 1tp Carpeted cottage Heat & Air, Flat And UpBAOOCD. Repairs :

Tllmpu.; She joins a brother, 3360. Itchg. mi. S. of Starke on 301 tfchg. cleaned, oiled and adjusted, ------------ chain link fence. Outside city FERTILIZER. U. t
sietv. Maternal grandparentsare -- -- $7. All work guaranteed, limits. $13,350001 -
- - --
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Bristol FOR SALE: All sizes of FOR SALE:Diamond needles for James Strickland, Morgan FOR RENT: Furnished apt. On Highway 315 [ Durrance'|

of Tennessee; maternal masking tape. The Office any stereo, over 247 different Road & SR-16 Ph., 964-8733 Week or month. Underwood - IVi Mi N. of
grandmother ''is Mrs Joyce Shop.. or 782-3189. tfchg. Motel, North of Starke,. on I
ones we all. Dah-
Stokes and :paternal great- mer's Discount. tfchg ------....-....-..- 301. Completely furnished. Large lots in Country Club InterlachenTWIN Pump & Supply p

: grandfather C. L. Atkinson - ------- I WILL BABYSIT in 'home. lip Estates. Under 5000. Build YOLK EGG FARM :
NO HUNTING:': : SIGNS: "For my ...
both of Brooker. -------- ---
salt and rend signs. The FOR SALE: 38 Snub nose hand Hours from 7 to 6 o'clock. Call your home near golf course, Company ;
-- --.- - tennis courts &
"" Office Shop. ..._-' ena. -.. -CAI':. NntalvmLn Momn\ ....., gun guns ;: Perfect for the children and you c "' <- 4.Jl 'Jemple:' Ave .
251 automatic- guns-fromJ' :i ,,.
envelopes'markersi.u .. .. .. .
pads, m r- --'-- "- toot i18'R rniis .
549,9 u.Jahmere DJ&=unt. : ,HOITSESOA: SALEFOR Can i.,* aileA oIiI.CStar.k i.j;
adding machine and cash reg: Bid PENS.The Office sh P.19" ,:r-- PAINTING''RESIDENTIAL'COMMERCIAL ,*,' ''r "" i t. IK, '''h'!' ; .

paper. The Office Shop cents and 25 cents. itchy- "Service you - Co.
----- Roofing 964-7061
can trust at reasonable.
FOR SALE: Heavy duty 2 wheel prices." References, contract; New 3 BR, 2 B, Central Heat &
boat trailer. Millard Judd. Ph. free estimates. Call Alan Bax- SALE: 3 bedroom, 2 bath air, acre lot. 90%!! financing for For Guaranteed

964-5951. Itchg ter at 964-5236. lip frame house 3Vi miles from qualified buyer. Long Champ
NOTICE: ---- ------- ------------ Starke on 100 E., terms avail Roofing and Roofing

FOR SALE: Do it yourself 12 by able. Call 9645000. Itchg. .... 1 Home and
12 inch tile with stick on back MOBILE HOME MOVING. Also ------------ Repairs

ALL,WEDDING WRITEUPS ...: ; : now at' Dahmer's Discount. mobile dome/ hurricane an Have to see this Xtr large, Building MaterialsWE j
.: 2/27 26tchg 8/25 FOR SALE: 12 M 66 Mobile FLORIDA
choring and mobile home roof modern home to appreciate it.
AND PICTURES --- ----- Home take over' payments.Inquire9647212,3i64tp327. .PAUL NEWSOM; BUILD
r. coating.. Olin's MOBILE Home Completely beautifully fur
IN '1": (' FOR SALE: $698 LP records Service. 964-5606, Rt. 100 W. ..,. rushed. 69 acres of our most TOM FOWLER 'YOUR PLANS OR OURS
MUST -- ---------
.. $4,98, $5.98. LP for $3.98 at Starke .Fla.; tfchg productive farm land 4681243Thomas. tfchg YOUR LOT OR OURS'

WlTlDN TWO WEEKS OF WEDDING DATE Dahmer's Discount. 2/27 .= -! -. - .FOR SALE: Repo- 1974 3 BR, 2
26tchg 8/25 bath real deluxe home $500 Cectlia Terwillegar FREE ESTIMATES

OTHERWISE THEY CANNOTBE ------- RETIRED CARPENTER desires to assume payments $109,69 Reg. Real Estate Broker
work. Home additions, per mo. Itchg
PUBLISHED AS NEWS., ,... remodeling, repairing, large or ------------ 964.5145 ADDITIONS
small jobs. Free estimates. Ph. FOR SALE: New 1974 double HOMES BOUGHT SOLD
964-8253 3/6 4tp 3/27 wide 44 x 24 3 BR, 2',$ Bath, TRADED
....,..j ------------
total electric. Carpet LR 1650
Four. Cooperation, MATURE WOMAN to babysit In N. Temple Ave. Starke. 1t 913 7 7ts 603 S. Walnut i ACREAGE FOR SALE

------------ 964-6853
JWj" : 10 month old red female my home for 2 school age -

Be'Appreciated Irish Setter. If found pleasecall children. Must have own FOR SALE: Used 1972 3 BR, 1 HWY 3O1 S STARKE TF

964-8455. 1tp transportation. Call 964-8666 3/4 bath, 65 x 12 completely b..Qlt:

--------- after 5pm. Itp re-condition. $4995. 9647212. Call ForKerosene
County TelegraphSPRINTING ------------ 1tFOR

St. 473-4806) Keystone. itchy 964-5065 ParkIn

------------ : ,
C.B.home,'approx. acre. City Limits

FOR SALE: 20 ft. motor home Pod 3 bedroom, 2 bath, horse & Fuel
: Spinet piano bah- .
paddock. $30 Per Mo.
473-4805 Keystone. Itchg.
mer's Discount, 9647923..
FOR SALE: 1959 VW Sedan tfchg
2/27 2tchg 3/6 make exc. Dune Buggy $60, Walk To New
---------- FOR SALE: 5 'room house; I
t.9k 10 speed Schwinn bike $60, Oil t
f # a.C/EC/GtP/ WANTED: Freezers, chest or King size water bed & frame bath, ducted heat, 100x100 Shopping Center
r upright. Any size.. Dahmer's $25. Ph. 1-468-2101 Waldo. fenced with 10x20 utility City Gas Water A Sewer
Discount. 9647923. 2/27 lip aluminum building in city of BYRON E. DUCE,

4tchg 3/20 .....----------- Starke near stores and Reg. Real Estate Broker On 301 South
schools. Ph. 964-6349. 2/27 (.393 N. Temple Ave. Immediate
FOR SALE: 1974 Pontiac Trans- Zip 3/6 964-7700 Jolu Motel

Am, AC, PS. radial tires, AM,
FM Stereo tape deck. Real See'us ,for all your Real Estate Delivery 964-8810

good condition. Small equity FOR SALE: 3 bedroom, cement needs.LISTINGS .
MISCElLANEOUS and settle on bank finances. .block house carport & utility FINANCING, T'
Call Terry at 964-6009 or 964- room. 628 Pinewood Drive. RENTALS-Call Anytime

.1. 6462. ttpCountry 9648559 3/6 2tp 3/13 tf 964-5476 or 964-7955 OLINS MOBILE HOME ALES .
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I WATSON'S SALE Two mobile\ home s HWY. 100 W. PN. "" rlBROOKER

\ \\ For That HOUSE VACUUMS Garage FOR arid SrOne-3 bedroom bedtoom isjJn 1972 A.J.Thomas, Realtor 5606"T' tdtlC

Many brands of new vacuums. Auto Repairs Morgan- Motors Over. model.\. Cash or financed. J.B.. 621 N.Walnut St. FREE LOT RENTAL FOR QNE HALF YEAR' r

\ Used machines available. hauled Disc. Brakes -Tune- White 964-6114. tfchgBRICK Ttl.. V44-4142 IN OLIN MOBILE HOME SUBDIVISION'WHEN YOU
Expert Repairs all makes. --..
I \ \ SpecialOccasion Parts and Accessories for all ups. Lawn mower work and -------- Swimming, boating, fishing, PURCHASE YOUR MOBILE HOME FROM OLIN'S ,

small engine repairs. relaxing.. This i Is it for grown ups 'TF1tlYJC8rte
vacuums. Built in
Quality work at lower than I or children; 2 bedrooms, 2

vacuum. Main cleaning Gainesville systems.712N. usual prien.Leaton. baths, patio, storage, making of

TF 3767110. 3 BR, 1 1/2 Bath LR., Dine1 car port or garage. Large Mobile

,134 OCT'72'M.,,34 ... ( Buddy) Rm.. Kit., Carport, .Nice part of home with furniture. Large lake''
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You want it: io be a perfect .town.. dose to Starke 'and highway.
i : ACREAGE WANTED: Church Mathews Attractive terms. r:;

:; wedding? Set the tone from the group wants 30-60 acres of 964-7942 J l George Roberts Real Estate -

,rural land preferably fronting 964-7826 or 964-6693 Out of Town 3 bedrooms 2
:.start. with quality invitations, announcements water. Write UnicMv, Inc baths, large lot, masonry, Cent. America's ints

and stationery. Come P.O. Box 8101 .Jacksonville, ''ee s heat &air This new home needs Greatest' Values 1
nothing but a buyer. Reasonable
Fla,.2/13/ 4tchg 3/6
,our tasteful.selection.and con, .... price with.term*.
.see -- --------- DIRT
FILL Professional Custom
.suIt with our experts. ALCOHOLICS, ANONYMOUS.The 4) We have it for- mobile- f homes or

.,o' only requirement B dwellings. 10 cleared
acres ,
Wedding: membership is a DESIRE to Tinting & Painting Advice!
SpeclaffsfsBradford Hauled
We're. ... stop drinking. Ph 964-7969, :: N'iI1.UirtCa1I41$73' paved road, some timber.- Readyfor .
964-7619 964-5148. '. / Improvements. i iAN I
or 1/2 .
: '12tp 3/27'" i Buy One Gallon Get The Second
... __. that is needed her it 1 paved r
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: : 1 4lriwway,' and-you have the Gallon }
.' .. .LosEWEIGHT'safely & fast : nicest home with 4 bedrooms Half Price .
with X-11 Diet Plan, 13. STEPHEN'SMTHSTAR 2 K .,
> baths, cent heat & air, waN
Printors. REDUCE Excess Fluids with : ," ; to wall carpeting, built in range White And Standard Colors .Only .

,. X-Pal. $3. KOCH DRUG., .2/6 ROUTE -I< HAMPTON.FLA.I and oven. Induded le large lot or I '
aD ut r lta 15tchg 6/12 icreagaU'474' : ;.. .. '. ..1 : i, :112 Elreldee Sts-i9141121.,4, (

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, h .LEGALS IphL HAMPTON AREA NEWS 'ByJolephlneFonta! ne.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT the directors and employees;. ;:I INI IG VrtaenN. and velocity, reading weather may have difficulty with the
I EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF and providing an effective date oPJ1SlstIttIU CITY NEWS several days with Arthur instruments and explained the language arts and math skills.

FLORIDA IN AND FOR : Firemen's News; Volunteer Bruno, and Mrs. Diane Rhea. methods used in comprisinghis The terrarium project/ of
BRADFORD COUNTY. BOARD OF COUNTY. COMMISSIONERS Firemen will meet Monday, daily 6 p.m.. and '11 p.m. Mrs. Carole sixth
March 10, at 8 p.m. at the RECREATION'The reports. graders proved very interesting -,
CIVIL ACTION BRADFORD COUNT. Hampton City Hall and 4-H meeting was held Mrs. Edna Hart is assisting and productive. The dls-;
: CASE No.75-7! FLORIDABY t.'ra919, :f'natNlNr Recreation Center. There wasa March 3 at Hampton Elementary Tom Casey In implementing play In the school library has
.t\ (ft." (ii ; brush fire at the railroad School' with Harold education -' brought a great deal of atten'
MARIE L. BAUGESS, Plaintiff, : Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk >artletCIW.a track last Saturday and a Waters presiding. The 28 a special in the school. tion. Some of the children

vs. HAZEL PHIFER, Defendant. 2/27 2tchg 3/6 .a house fire on Sunday. We members attending enjoyed i a This program will be of great help, decided to continue this.
understand that the fire was move "HAPPINESS IS 4-H", to children whoRDD.aDaaaaaaaaaDJaaaDal project in; their homes.
NOTICE OF SUIT- IN' THE CIRCUIT. COURT, "The Country Church with confined to the inside of the They discussed their future
:: PROPERTYToCar1 EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Opportunities for Service the Heavenly Message." ;3 house. projects and. also their 4-H DaoaaaaDaaDDaDDaaaaalDRESS
FLORIDA. IN AND. FOR Sunday-Sunday School, i 9:45: miles west of Starke on SR. The Hampton City Council booth at the, .fair. Refresh-
; E. Baugess BRADFORD COUNTY. a.m.; Morning Worship at 11 100. Church phone 964-6490. ; will meet Tuesday evening, ments were served: by Mrs.
Address unknown a.m.; Church Training, 6:15: ; Parsonage 964-6407. March 11, at City Hall. Joyce Joyner. FACTORY
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat CIVIL ACTION Evening Worship at 7:30.WednesdayFamily : Sunday Bible School 10 a.m. Basic Education classes
an action to the following Case No.75-46 Night Sunday morning Worship 11] BIRTHDAYSMiss meet Monday and Wednesday .
property in Bradford County, Supper; Acteens, '6:15:: ; a.m.. Gail Sullivan cele- evening at Hampton City Hall
Florida: JAMES A. JONES, Plaintiff, vs Sunday School Workers Sunday Evening Worship 7 brated her 9th birthday on and Recreation Center. The
" MATTIEJOJONES, Defendant. Meeting; R.A.; G.A.; Acteen; March 3. She had ice cream regular time is 6:30: p.mt<
PARCEL 1: One acre squareon World Friends; Missions p.m.Wednesday Evening and a pretty birthday cake 9:30: p.rrt. REMNANT"SALE
North side of SE% of NW% NOTICE SUIT- Friends, 6:45 p.m.; Hour of Worship 7:30: p.m. which she shared with friends The afternoon Craft Class ,
of an adjoining road lying In NO PROPERTYTo Power, 7:30. Teen School Prayer. and relatives. meets Wednesday afternoons .
Section 26, Township 7 South, Thursday-Visitation, 930:; ; Meetings: BHS, Tues. and from 2:30 to 4:30: at Hampton
Range 22 East, SAVE AND : MATTIE JOE JONES, Visitation, 7 p.m. Thur. at 8 a.m. in room A-18 FRIENDS NEIGHBORS City Hall and Recreation "
EXCEPTING THEREFROM, 1717 N. 8th Street UCHS, Wed. at 7:30 in Mr.and Mrs. Wes Halek had Center. This week was 3-D Friday March 7th

Commence at the intersection the North boundary of SE% of Pastor weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Lester SENIOR CITIZENS be sure I.
NW'/4 of Section 26, Township YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Preachers Meeting Slade were Saturday visitors and come to the covered dish .
7 South, Range 22 East, Bradford an action for Dissolution of ,St. Mark's On Friday, March 7 startingat and Sandee Chason of Gainesville dinner Friday evening March 7:30: A.M. Till 4 P.M.
County, Florida, and the 'Marriage has been filed again 11:00: a.m. the Pine Level Frances and Henry 7, in the City Hall and Recreation
Easterly right of way line of you and you are required to Baptist Church will be hosting Johnson of Astor, and Mr. and Center at 6:30: p.m. Thereare
State Road No. 100 and run serve a copy of your written the Florida Preachers Mrs. Babyar were Sunday fiver- birthdays and two
thence South 18 degrees, 35 defenses If any to It, on the Church Meeting. visitors. wedding anniversaries in Saturday March 8th
minutes, 30 seconds East, along plaintiff's attorney, whose name Church .xr Also that evening at 7 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Adkins March so we will be celebratIng ,
said right of way line, 210 feet, and address is George H. Pierce, sut'J.olr.on; ttr* the "Singing Teens" from and son of Miami were visi- all of them at our Pot-
thence North 89 degrees, 16 P. O. Drawer 1030, Starke, THE REV.JOHN,, H. Pt.YtlN;. Pine Level will be beginning tors of Mr.. and Mrs. J. G. Luck. There will be turkey'and 7:30: A.M. Till Noon

minutes, 30 seconds East 77 feet Florida, and file the original with Thursday, March 6th 3:30: the evening Service..All are Adkins. ham with all the trim.-
to the point of beginning;thence the clerk of the above styled p.m.. Brownie Troop No. 127; invited. Come and hear some Mrs. Clarice Adkins enteredthe mings. I'll tell you. more about
continue North 89 degrees, 16 court on or before March 17, 7:30: p.m. Inquirers' Class: ; of Florida's great men of North Florida Regional It next week.
minutes, 30 seconds East, 133; 1975; otherwise a judgment maybe 7:30: p.m. Senior Choir God1!! Hospital, March 4, for obser- Macclenny C.M.T. Factory
feet thence North 18 degrees, entered against you for the Practice vation. SCHOOL NEWSIn
35 minutes, 30 seconds West 38) relief demanded in the complaint Sunday, March 9th 8:30:: Mrs. J. A. Williams Sharon connection with the
feet thence South 72 degrees, or petition. a.m. Holy Eucharist; 9:45:: N and Joy drove to Fernandina Ctieer Education: Program 30 Barber Rd.
21 minutes, 12 seconds West WITNESS my hand and thseal .a.m. Church School; 11:00:: 1 rltl: g;, :NIq 1 Beach Saturday to attend the being carried out in the

126.62 feet to the point of I of said Court on February am. Morning Prayer; 11:00: It wait) a medieval saint, St. wedding of Kathy Fowler and school, the first, second and Off Hy-way 121
beginning. 12, 1975. p.m. Junior E.Y.C. Meeting; Bernard (NOT the one the Cliff Dawson. Kathy is the third grades recently were
6:45: p.m. Senior E.Y.C. dogs are named after) who granddaughter of Mr. and visited by Mel Turner;
PARCEL: Commence at the Gilbert S. BrowAsderkofsaidCoui Meeting first used'the expression "loveme Mrs. J. A. Williams. meteorologist from TV
intersection of the North Monday, March 10th 3:30: love dog." Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Channel 20, Gainesville. He Macclenny, Fla.
boundary of SE% of NWV4 of By: Beulah M. Mood p.m. Junior Choir Practice; my Marotta, of Bay Shore, Long gave a general discussion
Section 26, Township 7 South, As Deputy Clerk 4:30: p.m. Brownie Troop No. Island, N. Y. are spending about clouds, wind direction
22 East Bradford 2/20 4t 3/13 .
Range ;)ii
County Florida,and the Easterly 604Tuesday, March 11th 3:30 .,: ,: ., ,.'m.. :,, : ,k v

right of way line of State Road NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE p.m. Girl Scout Troop No. 614; __
No. 100 and run thence South
Notice Is hereby given that I I I. 3.30: p.m. Youth ConfirmationClass
18 degrees. 35 minutes 30
Dolph E. Reddish, as sheriff of TM Food FOOD
seconds East along said right of Bradford County, Florida under Wednesday March 12th Qualtfij Peopfe
way line, 210 feet to the point of
and by virtue of Writ of execu- 6:10: p.m. Acolyte Meeting:

beginning South 18 degrees thence 35 continue minutes, tion, to-wit: 5:30: p.m. Lenten Program. BEEF

seconds East, along said rightof Execution issued out of
way line, 22 feet, thence .County Court of Alachua Collecting CansIsl'loneyMaker FAIRSUPERMARKETS
County Florida pursuant to I a SIRLOINSTEAKS
North 72 degrees, 21 minutes,
12 seconds East 73.30 feet; Anal Judgement for General
thence South 89 degrees. 16 Finance Corp. of Gainesville
minutes 30 seconds West, 77 Florida and against Roger Land
Cordelia Hall, defendant, In STARKE ICE "
feet to the point of beginning. If Its AluminumSTARKE
the amount of $232.68 togetherwith 320 SOUTH {

PARCEL 3 Commence the costs of collection. WALNUT ST
; at .
intersection of the North Have seized and have in my\ Collecting and other all- -- VtftVbAV LOW MIICM 0000 tlVINOAVI
the aluminum cans 8. OR
possession following( CREAM
boundary of SE% of NWV4 of A roll BOMUS fjUVs GOOD
household aluminum scrap for TMftU MftflCM 11.fit QUANTITY AKaHTt
Section 26, Township 7 South, described personal property to $14 NI.,.,.. / ICI MILK
wit: recycling can be a profitable ,
Range 22 East, Bradford for citizens of Starke. .CHOICE
County, Florida,and the Easterly 1969 Dodge Monaco pastime aanleooiiuti HALF GALLON

right of way line of State Road Tag46W1672I.D.DH41G9R160728 l COUPONS IIMIT-1 WITH S1000 OH MOW FOOD OHOIN. er
Reynolds Aluminum) -' (tl"y' ;,
100 and run thence North 89 HO i
JMo. r. Title 325589- ... mobile aluminum recycling
I ,
degrees 16 minutes, 30 seconds '
East, along said North boundary As the property of the above unit stops on every TUESDAY

beginning, 210 ;feet thence to the continue point of named Monday defendant, the 17th day and of that March on,, a.m.during to March pay the from public 9:3IHl:00:15 cents:< The Qo [il<| Fwxl Peepfe EveryDayLowPrice T The Qa.U&/ ( EvcryDayLowPrkeU.

1975 at twelve o'clock Noon on a pound for aluminum scrapat
North 89 degrees, 16 minutes,
30 seconds East along said said day on the premises of the the front of TG &: Y Store BONELESS BEEFSTEAKS BEEF BLADE FLORIDA GRADE A S. NO. 1
Bradford County Jail I will offer Bradford Square, US-30
North boundary, 12 feet, thence
South 14 degrees 47 minutes for' sale and sell to the highest South. CHUCKROAST FRESHFRYERS WHITEPOTATOES
bidder for cash in hand, the
East 175 70 feet; thence North
18 degrees, 35 minutes, 30 above described property of said According to Dr Robert R.
seconds East 172 feet to the defendant to satisfy the aforesaid Testin, Reynold's director of

point of beginning Execution. Environmental Planning .GOD role : Igoo_rue H WHOLE
because of aluminum's ability
E. Reddish Sheriff 2 PER
has been filed against you and Mph to save energy in the recycling
Bradford County, Florida LL l1MI tt E E1Mtfnaatfuee111
you are required to serve a copy process, it is aptly called "The BAG
2/20! 4t 3/13
of your written defenses if any Metal of Environmental
to it, on the plaintiff's attorney, Thrift."
whose name and address is NOTICE OF NAMESOF a ryoyleRaralNl Tl.tllm.ayfilal4yta. ,."o.yL.-- n.tdlayfMifeifr Be/N.wr -otmiSuyUS

Hon. George H. Pierce P. O. PERSONS APPEARINGTO In explaining this, Testi rUal ..-... ... A..-- '. BOMUISS "..UNT.MDI.. MO. 1 IDAHO


and file, the original with the ABANDONED PROPERTY recycled over and over again, r" ...u. CHOPS N.....-.-.'

on clerk otherwise or of before the a above judgment March styled 10 may, 1975 court be; entitled Chapter Pursuant! "Florida 717 to, Florida Section Disposition Statutes 13 of of, 95 each make percent time virgin at of energy that metal.required savings This to of; QED 88c .0.-'. 6%: .. 'UI 118 ;... 98. n: '.118.La 28 is 5....GI 59C

entered against you for the relief Unclaimed Property Act" makes aluminum an
demanded in the complaint or notice is hereby given that the bank, storing energy for energy use; CvcryDayLowPrke TIo> Ooa/It.t r.... PNof/l/ EverYDsiyLowPrice Tlu o.Wu..fw l P-.fl. J EneryDdyLowPricc 110> I f..t P>oIo hcryD.rlowflricc
petition. sated below appear to ... "N FRESH ..,
persons again and again." "' '' FYNE LYKES I KING COLE 'R'
WITNESS my hand and the be the owners of unclaimed CAKE APPLE ,, YELLOWONIONS FLORIDAGRAPEFRUIT
!seal of said Court on February 4, personal or intangible property MIXES BAKESHORTENIHC JUICE CHILI_ VEGETABLES
abandoned. '' '
1975. presumed
Account Number, D-0101-0001)() LEGALS 39c
5Sc $139.289c 5/l
9c 9
.us .
GILBERTS. BROWNAs Apparent Owner, Chandler, <-AN .t<
Clerk of said Court Mrs. W. J., Starke, florida.

By: Beulah M. MoodyAs Information concerning of the the dad In the Petition. COMPARE oi!Dr"wro COMPARE! :&It:r w o; COMPARE oiJir, : t
Deputy Clerk amount or description WITNESS hand and the
2/13 4t 3/6 Property and the name and seal of said Court my on the 4th day Beef Liver tswiity69* '0' Boneless Hams :rw,;... '41'SO' Skinless Franks c srsr' 69c ,..

address obtained of by the holder any persons may be of March, 1975. Smoked! Picnics? V'=*:," 680tOO Perch Fillets rsrrsj.v-x 69cto' Sliced Bologna :ESS; ,M1' 89t. ,..

NOTICE OF LOCALLEGISLATION possessing an interest in the GILBERTS. BROWNAS Sliced Bologna SSTJER*.. 99tto' Roll Sausage =- ..:- 190tOO Chipped Meats swss-; 450 .
property by addressing an CLERK OF SAID COURTBy
Inquiry to GERALD A. LEWIS, : Beulah M. Moody Cottage Cheese '"Xcz89* e. Turkey Loaf :;:;;. sr'tOO Cooked Ham ysrs&sssa: : f1" 20

TO-PAYERS: ALL AND CITIZENS ALL ,OTHER TAX- State ,Comptroller Abandoned, as Property Administrator 3/8/ 4t 3/27 Deputy Clerk Sliced Bacon :-':.:" 99ttOO' Pork Shldr Roast .... 88c'II' Cheese Slices G.- 890 '100

INTERESTED PERSONS AND Florida Section 32302., Capitol Be, sure Tallahassee to mention Turkey =:.%:.. xs: :',_N-". 49ttoo Fried Fish Sticks!m.SI11 all' Orange Juice ':OWL 98c ,.. .
MAY CONCERN. account number, name and IN J THE CIRCUIT COURT
address, as published In this EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN notice. Unless proof of ownership FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRADFORD EveryDayLowPriceMUSSELMAN Tlv Quality/ food Putflf, EveryDayLowPriceCONTADINA
is presented to the holder COUNTY.,
that the Board of County
Commissioners of Bradford by May B, 1975, the property wllbot ROSEDALETOMATO PACKER LABEL

County, Florida do Intend to delivered to the Administra- CIVIL ACTION
tor. Thereafter, all further claims APPLESAUCE GARDEN FRENCHFRIES
apply to the 1975 Session of the Case No.7540re )
must be directed to the Ad-
Florida Legislature for passage
of an act relating to Bradford Inistrator. re: The Matter of the Adoption SAUCE PEAS '-
County; repealing Chapter! 27- AsAdminhstratoi2tchg
413 Laws of Florida, Special
Acts of 1961, Chapters 28-916 3/8 NOTICE OF SUIT -, *
and 28-918 Laws of Florida, NO PROPERTYTo 7/$1 -3/89/

Special Acts of 1963 Chapter IN THt CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE
Special Acts of 1961, and OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR Address Unknown COMPARE! r
Chapter 67-1128, Laws of BRADFORD COUNTY. COMPARE! wr: : ::;\ COMPARE .air wro; 1::00.

Florida.relating to Special the establishment Acts of 1967. all of CASE NO. 75-67 YOU an ARE action HEREBY for Adoption NOTIFIEDthat 11Mbawl Dill Pickle Chips .:r/r.: : 43c 'a Monogram Rice K:.: 78 10. Foam CupsVaseline ':- 59c 10. '

the Bradford the Bradford County Hospital County; In Re: The Marriage of ANN B. WILSON fled and against you are you required ROZINA tocarve Pantry Pride Olives /IAOI-... 49< 10" Vanilla Extract '.:.".':- 69c ,10. Lotion.10t: 1 M 1r14.N' 59* SAWI 2
creating BROWN, Petitioner, and EDWARD -
Hospital Authority; providing for BROWN, Respondent. a copy of your written de- Pantry Pride Dinners to. 4* to 'Pantry Pride Wipes 49c 10, English, Muffins .::/'Pm': 3/s1/ u.
the establishment, acquisition, Mesas, if any to It. on the plaintiffs -
construction equipping, maintaining NOTICE OF SUIT attorney, whose name and Taco Casserole -.VET 79 t0. Pantry Pride Cups'! .0s79< 10, Iced Oatmeal <_,..-:...,-'IM 59c I'

hospital for and the operating.use and benefitof of a To: EDWARD BROWN address Eeq. P. O.Is GEORGE Drawer 1030 H. ,PIERCE Starke, Foamy Detergent sa 3lE / }fit Pantry Prid?'Cups .?:;::. 69< 10. Iced Spice .OOla. ."r.r": :.; '" 59c If

the residents and citizens of Address Unknown Florida 32081, end file the
Bradford County, Florida; providing original with the dark of theabove cryt> for the appointment of YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED styled court on or before '" ." ,., PEPSOOENTT08TM
five IS) director of said hospital March 31, 1975; otherwise a : KING' Slit
the an action for dissolution ofmarriagIt STEWEDTOMATOES PEANUT CUT SWEET CO..FEE
authority and fixing their powers has been fled again tyou lament may be entered POTATOES SPRAY2l BRUSHES BREADMACAarONI
that the .g lest you for the relief de- BUTTER CREAMER
and duties; providing and you are required toserve MEDIUM or HARD -
Board of County Commissioners. a of writtendefenses mended in the complaint or pad-. 3/l
copy your 3/$1 49 'I
may appropriate monies to said If any, to it on ton; end $139 3 L[s1iM ,
hospital authority! ; providing forth RICHARD. ).WELTY, Attorney WiTNESS my hand the __________
appropriation of money and for Petitioner, whoee address l Ia 24 sad.1975.of said Court on February .....foM...... 1w. .... L nw lk.....R.SPe... LiiOtx.arFlLUeHONEY..........Nlltlol (..u1yh11hNr :
the raising of revenue for the acquisition 114\N. Walnut Street, P.O. BoxtIBII P..,- ....L -.... es. 1 "
construction: rnairvtenanc 1 i, Stark. Florida, 32091, sod A .MMMIMIT BAMQUITPOTPIIS PUTCN A"1 1/
*, quipping) and operation rile the original. with the dark of GILBERTS. BROWN SPRAY : mtIL.Y.i
As Ctork of said Court DINNERSUB' .. .BYl PIE' 141 .
of such hospital; the above-styled Court on or bal ._ : '.' ., .
authorizing the. Board of fcr April 7. 1975, otherwise a Bv: Beulah M. Moody '-' 2/1 t '., ..J l.'p....' 59' 'i79C' .1 : ; 1 .rl.rA. l .; :
Directors to enter Into agreements Judgment may be entered As Deputy Clark CAlI .:::'M.- .. : : 11'.J
i/6 4t 3/27 ._____
for I Insurance for relief -
group (net you for the. deman- .

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BROODER .. .,. iii ;;. r

IN BRIEFBy Ut oM..11 0 1 ; ,A / ;: j ja

:iLWAN \ IIil:Di1It4L! llfJJ / RE J5 il

Jeannette Prescott UADS ___ ._ .. .__ _._ __ ___._
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: & Sat.
Fifteen members of ( i\ssiriii. : 1t\'I'S: SAWS SHARPENED: work CHOICE $695. 1969 Merc. INSURANCEAT
Brownie Troop 501 are finalizing Drive March, Starke.7 & 8, 628 Plnewood guaranteed. Call 964-7509 or Colony Park, Fact. A/C & LILLIAN C. PEARSON 237 Acres Pasture Land, good REDUCED RATES

plans for their Investitureto Deadline for Insertion Itp leave at Jackson Building tape deck. 6 passenger. 1969 REALTOR roads, 6 miles to Starke.. $890 FIRE
- ,
De held Monday, March 10, Tuesday Noon preceding I( ----- Supply,. Starke or Keystone Datsun, 4 spd. Std. Trans Lawtey-. (Anytime)702.3006 per acre. Best terms. BOAT

at 7:30: in the Brooker Elementary Tliiii'Kcliiy brfiirp publication.Minimum GARAGE SALE: Today thru Heights, tfchg.. 1968 Buick Sport Wagon, Two 2 BR houses, corner lot DOYLE E. CONNER

School Auditorium.The Saturday. Baby Items, - .- -.. Fact. A/C/ 9 pass All in very very neat some furniture. Uve 80 Acres: 3600 ft. Hiway Front-' INSURANCE AGENCY
Brownies are planning to : Charge$:>..lMIi heaters,, clothing beds, etc. good cond. Ph. 1-468-2101 In one rent the other. Total age. 60 acres fenced, 20 adres. TCHG

make refreshments, with a i('o\TS Ii I:; \\ords) 339 Church St., beside clinic. Waldo. Itp price 18700. timber. 12 Miles to Starke .

little help from their mothers, Km1; \\iird 0\I'I'! I."> Itp ------...-_...._- Frame 2 BR (sun porch could be Priced Right. "

to be served Monday night: 10)touts ----.------ 't'orcJcles FOR SALE: 1966 Chevy 3/4 ton 3rd BRI Cent heat/air Outside Acre Lots-, -In -or -Out- of City. $ SAVE $ ; :

Everyone is invited to attend. I camper special. Equippedwith city $14,000. 'i
All ('I"s ilh'd Ails must be 'FOR SALE; 15 acres All or part Del-Ray slide-on camper. 3 BR CB with Sep. Dr. $18,100. 'BILL- -POWELL- FRED DAVIS (, ;;
iiiI'erIn&! uihaiifi'
IliI unlesssou at Underwood
SCHOOL, NEWS Motel,, N. of
Gas or electric refrigeration,
New BR 2
hate nn established iivimintwllli Starke '
There will be Teachers on 301. 1tp CMC TRUCKS
a DC or AC. Gas stove. Sleeps .
the in Unit ..... Homes from$9,000 Phone 9646464
'Telegraph ..
Planning Day on Monday, ----- --- four. Self contained unit, up BUICK PONTIAC"A
(-%.'ut :"ill; iTiils cvtru\ charge FOR SALE: Nite 964-6810 *
March 10, and students will : 1973 350 Honda without bath. Ph.. 964-7890, LITTLE RIDE CAN
FOR SALE: 6x9 Linoleum $3.98
I lor. billill Not responsible for Street,
have the exceptionally clean
day off. 9x12 Unoleum $8.98. Also $1.750 cash. 3/6 2tchg 3/13/ SAVE YOU A LOT" TF
emirs wlii-ii given mtw thephon0 $675. Call Associate
964-8241 .
On after 4.'STARKE <
of last
Tuesday week the ------------ GREEN "
Health Exercise Class or" uhen,, copy is uuIvpOd t 12x12 and 12x15 In stock. 1tp ... RALPH BRYAN COVE SPRINGS
met anil brought 10 the of- Hundreds to choose from at ---- -FRED 9646208 I
with 28 ---- -- SACK ETT-REALTOR
members attending. JIMMY MOORE'S
if.'J \ 'The class will meet for two 1 lie.vFOR Dahmers Discount.tfchg._ ; CYCLE CENTER": ;'21* j 205 N. Temple Ave. (US-301)) (
- -- r fOR RENT
I hours each week on Monday N. Temple Ave. Ph. 964-6020,, 904/964-6622 Sun Sports :.

nights in the future, with Hick FOR SALE: Property on Your authorized HODAKA ASSOCIATES MORE \(
Ezzell as instructor. Sampson Lake 5 dealer BRASINGTON BOAT FOR .Fes.
dcfg.---- William "Bill" Trigg YOUR MONEY TF
.r fOR SAlE, 'J I miles W. of Starke, excellent --- FOR RENT Mobile Home Nealy "Mac" McConnell ('AIHLI.AC-OI.DSMOBU.K.'
BROOKER BAPTIST fishing and hunting. 964-6550 subdivision % acre lots $35 SALES SERVICE STARKE PH 964.5791

Nathan Boles a seminary day or 964-8334 night. mo.,3 miles from city limits at Wanted Chicken farm, Fine selection of Urn! 'd Cars
student of New Orleans La., Financing available. 2/27 Intersection of Hwy 16 and caged layers Taken On Cadillac Trades COMPLETE OUTBOARD &:

will be guest speaker at the SALE: 4 miles N. Keystone 4tchg 3/20-/ Morgan Road. Ph. 9645606. 2(101NW.13th( :I7R51101GAINESVILLE : STERN DRIVE SERVICE
Brooker Baptist Church on Heights. 5 acres high and dry ... ------ PERSONAL SERVICE tfchg 3 bedroom on 2 Vi acres : AND REPAIRCOMPLETE

Sunday, March 23, for the with mobile home. 4 inch well ------------ several small frame houses FIBERGLASS

morning and evening ser and some timber. 4733628. FOR SALE: Argentine hay $1.65 Lots and acreage of all types .REPAIR
vices. Everyone is urged to Itp at barn. Booking orders for FOR RENT 12' wide mobile CUSTOM BUILT FIBER-
attend. The church is still - -- -- Ring neck homes outside city limits. J.B.
pheasants, WALDO BEAUTY SALON has Wi G.LI-. !; 'FISHING' BOATSWerllDriliing
without a pastor FOR SALE wild turkeys Hulsey Helene Curtis White.i Ph. 964-6114. now have a fulltime appliance
: Camper, sleeps 6. game new Uniperm. _tfchg.
:. ._. repairman all
chickens. M. O ; jjoui
Call 964-7247 after 6 p.m. 1tp Edwards, 964- Great Curl with natural
PERSONALS - - --- 5379, Starke. 2/27 5tp 3/27 results. Open Tuesday thru FOR RENT:. 2 Bedroom Con repair needs.
Mr.and Mrs. C. J. Stalnakerleft ----- dominium furnished
FOR SALE --- Saturday. For appointmentcall completely
: Antique's of '
many Call Badcocks
last week for Bruton Ala., Waldo Ocean' front with ..
my china and glasswear TOR SALE:: Case pocket knives 468.1016.3/62tp ,, 964.5289I
where Mrs. Stalnaker's, pieces also 8 legged console now at Dahmers Discount 3/13/ swimming pool. Day, week,

mother Mrs. Annie Gernagin, table Phone 9646279. 1tchg. tfchg.:: -------.----- or month. Crescent Beach 2" thru 6" )
had a stroke Please keep her .. 9647425. lip irWille I 3
-- --- -- ------------ jarREALTY
in your prayers. SEWING MACHINE OPER. ------------ Fast Rotary '
Mr.and Mrs. Rosco Chessarof FOR SALE: Approx. one cord FOR SALE Wanted. Experience ;
: 'Laying hens, fill helpful
FOR RENT Room with
: private J
fireplace wood j'
$20.00. You Drilling Equipment
Newberry visited Mr. and your freezer or back yard, 50 but not necessary, will train.
bath & entrance.' Call 964- .
haul. Call 964 8191 I
Mrs.. Pitt Baxter on Sunday, after 5 cents each. No limit. Seigler Apply in person Lake Butler .
7247 after 6 1tp AVON TO THE RESCUE State Licensed
March 2. p.m. ltp--- Farm, 1 mile North of Grandinon 'Apparel Co., Lake Butler, Fla.
------------ n
J. O. Hamilton of Brudenton -. SR315. Ph. 16592387.. 3/6 2tchg 313BABYSITTING V Y I

'visited his brother and sister- FOR SALE: 1974 Used 3 BR,11I i 2/27 2tchg 3/6 ...!_---------- FOR RENT: 2 bedroom, 12 x 60 I Pump I :
Caught A
mobile home., Ph. 964-5261. Up Lay-Off? Save
Mr and Mrs. Zedra
Bath full carpet, 3 ton a/c, -------- Service is our business. If we Your Budget
By Our
Hamilton, last week. The : Fenced yard, Itp Selling
total electric Call 964-7212. FOR SALE REgistered time. $15 can assist you in any way in the Famous Products. Call Lorna New & UsedSalesPartsServic k':
Hamiltons are spending this Angus any one child $25 ------------ ,
-- -- --- seven services of real estate
week at their cows. Heifers and bull calves. two children. Call 4962628. Clyatt at 755-0731 or write P. 0.
,Astor. camp near' GARAGE SALE: Small tools J.B. White. Phone 9646114or 1tp FOR RENT: 3 room furnished please do not hesitate to call us. Box 5127, Lake City Fla. 32055. 9 : I1 :

Household apt. No children or 964- tf'
items pets.
Paul of tfchg ------------ Terms'I r
Emery Quincy March 6, 7, 8, 10 a.m. to 5p.m. ,_..___ 8021. Itp ----'r-, E-Z
------w- -1
visited Mrs. Eva Harrell while HORSESHOEING _______
Rd16 E. 2 miles : University -

'here, C.. on M. business Stallings last of Sunday Sanford shop- -building.- -1tp- -old. FOR and SALE trikes.: Good New used and bikes used i Trained Expert and 8 yrs.Dependable Experience. FOR RENT: Small unfumished offices Multipurpose or 2 apartments building,,.or Can combination be J I PlumbingNew lI ;:

\ house. Ph. 964-5724 after 5.
visited Mrs, Eva Harrell last .
furniture and with Total 3
appliances Service. Call Lou garage.
Brodsky at
OR 3/6 3/20
TRADE 3tcng
.Saturday. : Keystone : good used mattresses, cloth 468-1572. 3/64tp 3/27 BR, 2 B. Zoned commercial. ., Installation :
Sgt. and Mrs. Anthony Cast. Heights office ------------ t.
.30 yd., zippers .01 inch Try Our Fresh Tailing Eggs
per ----------- Right
lin announce the birth of a building Lake Geneva and three acres on shingles $9.50 square, roofing FOR RENT: 2 bedroom, 1 A - From Th> Farm SOLD BY THE Remodeling .;
daughter, Amy Joyce on for acreage or and felt $5 roll and many more SEWING MACHINE REPAIR & bath mobile home. Lake front. CASE OR FLAT (12'0' DOLt) sate Par
:March I at McDill AFB farm near city. Phone 473- Flit And Up.BAGGED. Repairs I 1 :
Items. BARGAIN CENTER, 1 scissors sharpened, all makes 473-4186 or 4734983. tip Carpeted cottage Heat & Air,
Tarnwi. She joins a brother, 3360. Itchg. mi. S. of Starke on 301 tfchg.. cleaned, oiled and adjusted, -_-------_-- chain link fence. Outside city FERTILIZER, ,.. ,,
Sieve. Maternal grandparents -- - --- - -,- -.... $7 All work guaranteed, limits. $13,350.001

'are Mr and Mrs. Ronald Bristol FOR SALEt All sizes of FOR SALE:Diamond needles for James Strickland Morgan FOR RENT: Furnished apt. On Highway 315 |tDurranc.f

of Tennessee; maternal masking tape. The Office any stereo over 247 different Road & SR-16. Ph. 9648733or Week or month. Underwood - l'/z Mi. N. of
grandmother i is Mrs. Joyce 782-3189. Motel, North of Starke, on I
Shop. tfchg.,, "
ones, we have them all. Dah-
Stokes and 'paternal 301. Completely furnished. InterlachenTWIN Pump & Supply .
great mer's Discount. ------------ Large lots in Country Club ,:
grandfather( C. L. Atkinson ttchg.- 1tp Estates. Under
NO IIU.NTIM; / SIGNS: For - --- I WILL BABYSIT in my home. .... 5000. Build YOLK EGG FARM
both of Brooker. -------- --- :
.. .. sale and rent sinus. The FOR SALE: 38 Snub nose handgun Hours from 7 to o'clock.. Call your home near golf course, I II Company ,
:. .
-- --- tennis courts & swimming .

. '.. .: FOR SALE: Notabooka. Mnmn., .. .+.Office...,.n,Shop... .,...a.. .a .automaticguns$55.22 hand:!guns $2,4.95125L ;. ... 964-?-6655 for information.. itpiseswvraravm. Perfect for the children and pool.you I 'r 864jI: ,.;1 n pie'Ave.,,; '

...... .. .
lr .n.
pads, envelopes, markers,**** --- tOOf TM'l rfl'cvrv1' ?
*' ,$49.95-..Dahmers l CJiaeeunt. : .HOISES R SALEFOR ... Calli/ .5Qr": d8'tA'fke"ar' .
"II aati
adding machine and cash rag: BIC PENS.'The Office Shop:19'cents tfchg PAINTING1; RESIDENTIAL I"; 'I VAIl 'r',1-110' :q .I' ,

paper. The Office Shop and 25 cents. _...._ COMMERCIAL: "Service yourcan - Co. !
-- -- Roofing 964-7061
trust at reasonable,
FOR SALE: Heavy duty 2 wheel prices." References, contract, New 3 BR, 2 B, Central Heat &
Oo.O OM0 0 boat trailer. Millard Judd. Ph. free estimates. Call Alan Baxter SALE:: 3 bedroom, 2 bath air, acre lot, 90% financing for For Guaranteed

964-5951.. Itchg. at 9645236. Itp frame house, 3Vi miles from qualified Long Champ
------ ---- ----_------- Starke on 100 E., terms avail- buyer. Roofing and Roofing

FOR SALE: Do it yourself 12 by able. Call 964-5000. Itchg. 1 Home and
12 inch tile, with stick on back MOBILE HOME MOVING. Also ------------ Repairs

r ALL,WEDDING WRITEUPSAND now at Dahmer's Discount. mobile home hurricane an. Have to see this Xtr large, HAMPTON Building MaterialsWE j
2/27 26tchg 8/25 FOR SALE: 12 x 66 Mobile FLORIDA
choring and mobile home roof modern home to appreciate it.
PICTURES Home take over' payments. .PAUL: NEWSOM BUILD
Completely & beautifully fur' _
coating. Olin's MOBILE Home
Inquire 964-7212, 3/6 4tp 3/27
MUST BE TURNED IN FOR SALE: $6.98 LP records Service. 964-5606, Rt. 100 W. nished. 69 acres of our most TOM FOWLER "YOUR PLANS OR OURS
$4.98, $5.98 LP for $3.98 at StarkeFla productive farm land. 468-1243
; tfchg tfchg YOUR LOT OR OURS
WITHIN TWO WEEKS OF WEDDING DATE Dahmer's Discount. 2/27 FOR SALE: Repo 19743 BR 2
-:- - -
26tchg 825STAND : bath real deluxe home $500 Cecelia T.Terwillegar FREE ESTIMATES

OTHERWISE THEY CANNOTBE - -------- RETIRED CARPENTER desires to assume payments $109.69 Reg. Real Estate Broker
work. Home additions per mo. 964-7212. Itchg
--- --------
remodeling, repairing, large or

small jobs. Free estimates. Ph. FOR SALE: New 1974 double Oil HOMES BOUGHT SOLD

FOUND'LOST 9648253. 3/6 4tp 3/27 wide 44 x 24 3 BR, 2V Bath Company TRADED
Four Cooperation total electric. Carpet LR -1650 967776 I [ ACREAGE FOR SALE
MATURE WOMAN to babysit In N. Temple Ave. Starke. 1t 603 S. Walnut
jW.jU ------------
: 10 month old red female my home for 2 school age 964-6246

Be Appreciated Irish Setter. If found please children. Must have own FOR SALE: Used 1972 3 BR, 1 HWY. 3O1 S STARKE TF

call 9648465.1tp transportation. Call 9648666after 3/4 bath 65 x 12 completely .Q-

-----...------ 5 p.m. Itp re-condition. $4995. 964-7212. Call ForKerosene
Bradford .... ..., 'UNITED FARM AGENCY
County Telegraph ---- ----- ItFOR
-- '- ESTATE BROKER Davidson

Mobile Home
rrrrtrlt anrer3PRINTING St.473-4805 Keystone. Itchg. 964-5065 ParkIn

------------ : 3/4
appro acre. City Limits
3 bedroom, 2 bath horse -
FOR SALE: 20 ft. motor home Pool, Fuel
: Spinet piaho, Dahmer's '
473-4805 Keystone. Itchg. paddock. $30 Per Mo.

Discount, 9647923. FOR SALE: 1959 VW\ Sedan ------------ tfchg
2/27 2tchg 3/6 make exc. Dune Buggy $60 Walk To New
---------- FOR SALE: 5 room 'house, I
10 speed Schwinn bike $60, Oil f
q bath, ducted heat, 100x100 Shopping Center
# WANTED: Freezers, chest or King size water bed & frame '
upright. Any size Dahmer's $25. Ph.,. 1-468-2101 Waldo. fenced with 10x20 utility City Gas. Water a Sewer
Discount. 9647923. 2/27 Itp aluminum building in city of BYRON E. DUCE

4tchg 3/20 ..,.--,--------- Starke near stores and Reg. Real Estate Broker On 301 South
schools. Ph. 9646349. 2/27 ;i393 N. Temple Ave. ImmediateDelivery
FOR SALE: 1974 Pontiac Trans- 2tp 3/6 964-7700 Jolu Motel t

Am, AC, PS, radial tires, AM,
FM Stereo tape deck. Real See'UI .for all your. Real Estate 964-8810

good condition. Small equity FOR SALE: 3 bedroom, cement needs.LISTINGS
MISCELLANEOUSWATSON'S and settle on bank finances. block house, carport & utility FINANCING
Call Terry at 964-6009 or 964- room.' 628 Pinewood Drive. RENTALS Call Anytime
6462. ItpCountry 9648669.3/6 2tp 3/13 964-5476 or 9647955tf

------------ -. -, -------- A,

'. mobile homes HWY. 100 W. PH. 964-5606 .: ''
'I Two "n tail

\ For That t- HOUSE VACUUMS Garage FOR JEodSrOne-3 bedroom bedroom 1973 1972 A.J.Thomas, Realtor ...-r--(aC

I I.I \ \ Many Used brands machines of new available vacuums. Auto Repairs'Morgan- Motor Road Overhauled 'model.:. Cash: or financed. J.B. 421 Tel.N. Walnut"4-61n St. FREE LOT RENTAL FOR QNE HALF* YEAR'IN (FS;

.I SpecialOccasion Expert Repairs all makes. Disc. Brakes -Tune- White 984.6l14tfcfg-_- ___.. OLIN-S MOBILE HOME SUBDIVISION WHEN YOU

;, Parts and Accessories for all ups Lawn mower work and ----- Swimming, boating. fishing, 4 PURCHASE YOUR MOBILE HOME FROM OLIN'Scartel' .
small This is .
engine repairs. relaxing. it for grown ups TFrya
vacuums. Built In central Quality work at lower than BRICK I or" children;; 2 bedrooms, 2

vacuum cleaning systems. 712N. usual price baths, patio storage, making of
Main -
Gainesville 3767110. 3 BR 1 1/2 Bath LR., Dine1 car port or garage. Large Mobile'l

., 854000T'72'' 'M.,, 34 TF ... Leaton ( Buddy) Rm., Kit..; Carport, .Nice part of home with furniture. Large lake'
.: ., You ;want it.'' to be a perfect ACREAGE WANTED: Church Mathews town.. dose Attractive to Starke terms.'and .highway. r r:

;:, wedding? .Set the tone from the group wants 30-50 acres of 964-7942 ,I George Roberts Real Estate -
rural land 964-7826 or 964-6593 Out of Town 3 bedrooms, 2
( ,, preferably fronting
i atatt- with quality invitations, an- water. Write Unicfcy, Inc. baths, large lot. masonry. Cent. America's ink

nouncements and stationery. Come P.O. Box 8101 Jacksonville, '" heat&sir. This new home needs Greatest. ValuesProfessional ,
but Reasonable
Fla. 2/13 4tchg 3/6 nothing a buyer.
.see our tasteful.selection.and: _. : price with.terms..
---:--------- DIRTHauled
FILL .. Custom
sult. with out 'ALCOHOLICS '
? experts. ANONYMOUS.The We have It for mobile homes '

W.r41L Wwdertng: } Specialists. ; membership only requirement is, a DESIRE.for to) If'I i paved dwellings road, some 10 acres timber.. Ready a'I, I Tinting & Painting Advice !

Mop drinking. Ph, 964-7959, '
". Fill "
a r rt' I .964-7619 or S 4-6148. '1/2 Din for Improvements.-,-. I
I Buy One Gallon Get The Second
12tp 3/XI'''
All that is needed hart is a paved
S_ '. 4
.---| (:" -*&:-W- ; '
Bradford ,
: : : .CallW1173STEPHENSMITH. driveway 'and you have the Gallon 'At
.. .LOSE WEIGHT'iafely'Et fart .. nicest home with 4 bedrooms Half Price,; -

/ ;;;, ..;:t' .. ,11t with X-11 Diet Plan, $3. : : I 2% bathe, cent heat & air, wall '

REDUCE Excess 'fluids with .- to wall carpeting, built in range White And Standard Colors Only 4. \ ,

.. ,.Pririterm" X-Pal, $3. KOCH DRUG. 2/9 STAR ROUTE a HAMPTON.' and ovtn. Included is large lot or'I '
I '
15tchg 6/12 atxeeq k i lt2r ;. ':' k t.112E.St..4-772td:; a_
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: 2 Petitions Seek Court Ruling: ....., --" :. I Lawtey Water System Alive .:$..

'' 'From Page I II) ,,""
(From Page I) higher authority than the Shuford, elected the previous ; '
I' commission. meeting refused to allow thediscussion $250,000, some $66,000 less 'seconded by Commissioned
. I Ii county to dwell on per- than originally planned, Barbara Jordan, back in he*
Shuford said At-
i Four of the BCH trustees Gene Shaw County had sonalities, ::: ;iii/.t., greatly reducing the debt ser- council seat after a hasty
meeting Monday night voted torney
I. suggested to him that the two "Somebody is wrong," ., vice on the loan. Average verbal "resignation" (nevell
unanimously to test the Shuford stated. "One lawyeror "' monthly payment required of confirmed in writing) at (the!
boards have a joint meeting to .
of the ordinance .
legality the Commission effect an orderly and legal the other is wrong. I say : .,. .', the city will now be $14,820, as meeting when Shaw was dill
1 passed by County transfer. But Shuford said he let's go ahead. and operate this .1" ., ,,11\' ",' '" \: f' \ 1' compared with the originally missed. Mayor-Commissionelj
which would .ii'A
transfer ,
call the hospital.. ,; '! >' ; ,,1 estimated average of $24,542, Robert Scott, whose positionon
refused to hospital :;, : \ : ,, ;
authority to appoint hospital ,
,\\1 '\ Taylor said.Minimum. the water negotiations waj i
The county's new or- >
trustees into a joint session, ) h"
i trustees from the governor, filed in the ,1/;11 11'f'I' Ji monthly paymentby sometimes clouded cam"5
under a 1951 Special Act of the because it could accomplish dinance, Secretaryof ..r }, ;'8\\ ; 'II' the showdown
on wits
will remain ate through
nothing since the decision State's office in Tallahasseelast '.' ,; ,. consumers )
. t. Legislature, to the county must come from a higher Wednesday afternoon. "Hk'I'I'" : $ for 3,000 gallons, Taylor the deciding vote to break ail}
commission, under its home than the two boards Feb. 26 and becomes law 10 : said, and the ten per cent Impending tie between

; : rule powers. involve days after that filing or on .,, ". \\?!; utility tax,required by FHA to Massey and Jordan and
: .. of the project enemies Robinson and
"It's pretty clear cut, "I've already reached a Monday March 10. 1\" guarantee repayment
Attorney Welty told the Telegraph decision about what to do," Hospital Board Member Art loan will not become effective Ben McCulley.. >1;
Tuesday morning. George Shuford told his Loudon was absent from until next July 1.Commissioner, A
"There is a case right to the hospital board Monday night."I Monday's meeting. Spurgeon Bids on the water project
The county commisison : ; Massey made the motion for will be opened at a special?
ask for
Welty said he does not expect "I want you us to go on like approved its ordinance alter u !, the final, showdown vote requested meeting scheduled for 2 p.m:;
the court to take too longto Tuesday March 18. C'
nothing has happened becauseI public hearing Feb. 26 and by Wilkinson,and was ;
decide matter.
..... commission feel like it'll take a specialact Attorney Shaw filed it in ,0" :
passed The its county ordinance Feb. 26 of the Legislature." Tallahassee that alternoon. % I CURB To Seat New Board :Monday .Night

advised by its Based on what Attorneys
after being New members of CUBB discussion of the
Gene Shaw, that Welty and George Pierce told angencyV
attorney. Union Wunts...
under the county's home rule him, the BCH board chairman Economic Agency's gover future under the recen ltS.
powers the commission could said, he does not intend to (From I'afU'( I II ),a A l.h! ning board for the new passed legislation assuring
amend the special act of the agree to a joint meeting of the program year will be seated continuance of community
Legislature which created the two boards "until I'm assured any other kind of emergency at the Board of Directors action agencies for at least

hospital board in 1951. Objectof they have. the proper included in the system. meeting to be held Monday three more years. j
the commission's move, authority.. Terlancler said that the ultimate evening, March 10 at 7:30: at Any interested citizen i is
termed nothing more than a Hospital Trustee Bill objective of the 911) the Civil Defense Building in welcome at this and all Boar
play by hospital Dampier stated Monday nighthe system is nationwide and is Starke. meetings of the CUBB
power still contended "....what L1 Other highlights of the of Directors. Reverend
trustees, is to give the local now serving more than 23 John
county board authority to they're doing is not legal." million people through 300 in- meetingwill be the annual Haymon board president;
appoint hospital board mem- Dampier said he had been advised stallations. Alacliua county report of the agency's urges anyone who would like
bers. by Attorney Welty and instituted the 911 system : J progress and activities in to know more about the;

The county commissionershave his own attorney, whom he did January 27, 1975. -- 1-Clay, Union, Baker and agency to attend the March l Id
also stated their inten- not name, that the BCH board Florida plans to have lot) Bradford counties and meeting.The :

tion to act as the hospital should continue to operate the percent statewide coverage( of These are the straight A students at Union High School for the third nine weeks grading

trustees and take over oper- hospital.It the 911 plan completed by period. They are, front row (l-r); Karen Dukes, David Lovelace and Marl Thomas. Second '
ation of the hospital for a was on Dampier's sugges- January, 1979. row; Bill Hemme, Jose Acosta, and Walter Filer. .:ail 9cJ.
period of 60 to \90 days after tion, and then motion that the "With the simple, easy \to world's first automobile show was held in New York
their ordinance becomes law. BCH board voted to seek an remember, easy to dial City in 1900. More than half the vehicles exhibited were

Nothing has been done to implement Injunction to delay action of number, no matter'where' u Six Make A'sSix steam cars and electric care
the takeover, how- the county commission. person is in the years ahead Straight'
ever. "Well I think you're 100 the necessity of looking up a

In special called meetingof percent right," said BCH number in an unknown placefor
the BCH board Monday Board Member Bill Dodd. an unknown agency will students received Donoy Harris Anthony dish, Ann Rhine, Shelley ANNUALS AND ,
night, it became apparent the "I'm sorry, we haven't done have been eliminated and any straight A's in the third nine Holmes Cathy Holmes Riherd, Debbie Stansell and
hospital trustees do not intendto this before, said Mrs. Inez. kind of an emergency can be weeks grading eriodatUnion Regina Phillips Vicki Red Eugene Todd. "

give up their seats becauseof Green, veteran BCH board handled anywhere by anyone, High School while a group of VEGETABLE
ordinance.As secretary.Monday's. cutting down on the response 49 students made A's and B's. Council
Tightens. the new county .. Page II)
BCH Trustee Chairman meeting was the time by any agency called by The group of superior students .
George Shuford put it, he will most orderly the hospital simply dialing 911. It will even were David Lovelace been possible for the commissioners missioners: PLANTS
not give up his seat until he board has conducted in the be possible to dial the number Karen Dukes Walter Filer to have such Information the city clerkto
past few months Chairman from a station without Jose Acosta. Marie Thomas apply? to Farmers Home
has direction in writing from a pay readily at hand. The Administration ,
depositing a coin," Terlandersaid. and Bill Hemme. analysis lists each user byname for a federal t Tray
I loan to see if the city can
Listed by grades are the A-B number and with eachmonth's 69'
Chairman Dave Shuford students: unpaid bill listed in a possibly receive a grant or, Of 6
loan or a combination, for
FREE appointed commissioners Ninth grade: Cindy Clyatt separate columnCommissioners
Ralph Bryan and George David Dukes. Larry Hen- found such things as!!a new electricalline

Roberts to coordinate the dricks, Lynn Jackson. several cases Tuesday.nightin truck, a new garbage
Bradford County study with Lorraine Morgan. Jean Pinks- which said truck, and a new city hall. 6-6-6
Your First MontliK PaincutOn they utility ser
Jackson said he has been told
the action committee com- ton, and Dennis Williams.Sophomores vice had not been cut off Fresh
posed of the county and muni- : Janet despite the user being in its possible for the city to
AnNt v I lomrFHA cipal law enforcement offi- Brannen, Eugene Finley, arrears several months.In receive a long term loan at a Garden Fertilizer
Randall Griff. Lisa low interest rate. Edwards Vegetable
cials, fire departments, emer- other action the com-
gency medical service, and Mooneyham. Sandra Parker, said it doesn't mean the city is 1 100% Organic
Financing borrowing a nickel, but that Seeds
any other emergency operations Tommy Riherd and Bobbie
agency of the county Rivers. Guard In an application has to be madeto With Minors
Buyer Protection Plan and municipalities. Juniors: Betty Albritton. get the FHA representativeto Large Selection
Donna Alexander. Mike discuss the matter with the 50. Lb. Bag $ M 77 Choose Now

GARBAGE CANS Bielling, Rita Carroll Glen city.Was
John Brown Price 3M tap and tap dispensers Clyatt, Donna Crawford, OperationMinuteman told by County

Columar Pads, Index cards Marie Davis, Paula Dobbs Commissioner George
Merrell Hart, Jean Holmes, Roberts that the county is
and home, office
Mobile I Ionic ( "enter and many school more supplies. The Debbie Jackson, Chris .Lawson seeking FHA funds for its pro- & I

Office Shop. Tim McGill, Pat Moore, posed new garbage system. RoseBushes :;!
Renee Newsome Robin Roberts proposed that the city .'1
473-3775 Kev stone "FOR'SALE) All sizes! of Pritchett, Lisa Read. Laurie haul its garbage to the Key- 'THE ORIGINAL
masking .pe. Hi* Office Schretzmann, Nan Walker, March 1975 is the official stone Heights landfill as it is CENTIPEDE GRASS SEED
Shop. Gerry White and Nedra start of America's Bicentennial now doing, that the city maintain
Williams. 200 years of history, a Dempsey dumpster In Budd 80z-
Seniors: Kevin Blom, customs and traditions. container at the present city $349 40Z'$425 $025
Lawayne Crawford. Elizabeth And one of the oldest tradi- dump with the county sup- Pkg ONURSERY

NOTICE NOTICE Dickens, Glenda Griffis. tions is the citizen-soldier, the plying the unit. It will be
_-, _, NOTICE Minuteman of the National months before the new gar. 1 Lb. Pkg M5M
,Guard. bage system Is in operation. a
So the Guard is taking Roberts said; meanwhile the
Audit Praises advantage of our country's Bicentennial KH land fill is about the only SPECIALBOX =

Effective Immediately ((3-3-75)) Union's Croft to kick off our own place for residents' tp haul _M_
celebration March Is garbage. The present city WOOD $149'
Minuteman Month. dump will be used for burn-
Garbage Cannot Be Left At The In
Operation Minuteman is a able trash only, he said. $
recently completed audit of special recruiting I-Accepted Roberts' offer' AZALEASLIGUSTRUM J99p9
City Dump Site On Old Lawtey the records of Union Wilford County will be implemented by for the county to ask about $

Property Appraiser units of the National Guard to state plans for Improving
Road. Up To $500.00 Fine. Croft, the State Auditing surpass authorized strength drainage on US-301 when the,
has commended '
Croft Department for the manner in which with quality non-prior service 'county board meets Friday VIBERNUM $199
and prior service personnel.This morning with Department of
his office has been operated?
drive will be Transportation officials in
and said that the correct and recruiting POMGRANITE $249 '
Of conducted during the period 8 Lake City at 8 a.m. for thecounty's ITALIAN
City Starke procedures had been
proper annual road
to 23 March 1975. hearing.
followed the of are
during course The local unit, Co D (Main- Roberts will also ask if DOT SCHEFFLERA $319 CYPRUS
the audit period. The audit is
City CommissionBy made three tenance) 53d Spt Bn, 720 will accept the city's new
every years.In Edwards Road to be used ..
Starke, will coupling covers on
fiscal audit
a completedin '
Merrill Edwards the have the NG Armory open on leaking water lines under 301. ;
February office
., ., e
I r e
Saturdays and Sundays The city is not financially ableto )
favorable rating.
revealed a the week-ends of the lines, the \
City Clerk The audit indicated that during 8-9, move city '
15-16 and 22-23 March 1975, for commissioners indicated. The "P .
property assessments were at
L .. the purpose of testing, enlisting city has' been unable to
2-27 2tchg 3-6 -- 87 percent of value, but that in
and communicate with the DOT ARGENTINE
view of the economic situation interviewing appli- GRO-TONE,
cants, stated CPT Robert L. commissioners said.
reevaluations to 100
percentof Kelly, unit Commander.The -Were told by Police Chief .
just value would not be
required. local unit is authorizedto Jimmy Bowen the DOT has $$129 WEED & FEED 6M'
enlist male and female approved plans for turning
applicants who qualify. Non- lanes and no parking on ., PELLETS '$6""
Residents prior service members must Temple Avenue south in frontof 15115
50 Lbs.
NOTICE NOTICE NOTICEA attend active duty training for Bradford Square, but not a "
several months. The non-prior traffic signal. "I thought I'd BED MIX :$5

Protest. . service member spend 8 pass that on to you since it's PE&OLA::: '?
(From Page 1) weeks in basic training and 3 been a long and hard tussle," AZALEACITRUS $7 '
or 4 months learning such Bowen said.Agreed.
Public Hearing Will Be Held plans for review, up to date. skills as auto mechanics, to having Com- c *6M

He questioned why the long welding, machinist, radio missioners Vernon Silcox and Lb. 49
Tues., March 18, 1975 At 7:00 P.M. delay in conferring with repair cooking, administrative Jimmy McRae negotiate for )
AWPC since they would have procedures and supply property at the intersection of 50 Lbs.2181 ROSE, 748
At The City Hall Starke Fla. For the final word in the matter. skills to fill needed positions in Orange and Washington
"Plans should be submitted to All 50 Pound
the unit, commented unit Streets which adjoins the city Bags

The Following Purpose : them as soon as possible Recruiting Sergeant J. .N.> garage and storage facility.
Trawick said.' Warren. -Was told by Attorney

Rep. Frank Williams, a The local unit has had a con. George Pierce that the final 10150 RED TAG SALE
To Discuss Two Re- resident of Crystal Lake tinuous number of enlistments negotiations on acquiring
Proposals With
asked if the Bradford County each year to replace those right-of-way to widen SR-16

Zoning Board or Bradford moving to other areas, west to the city limits is now
ference To Abolishing The City Of Commission would have any retiring and whose enlistments taking place.Was 21" SelfPropelled

control over the project at any expire and do not ex- told by Chief Bowen
Starke Zoning Board And Combining time. tend. Many of those who sign that the new police car is due

Keystone Councilman up lor 1 year or more stay. this week, no later than Toro WhirlwindReg.
With Bradford County Zoning Everett Fox said that, In his The unit is at full strengthbut Friday. .
opinion, they would not, since may enlist qualified personnel -Was told that the bonding
Board. the airport property most of at this time in excess to agent on the Reno sewer'' '
which lies In Bradford County, priority aggregate strength. project Is in the process now of 199M ?$17995
had been deeded to the City of Prior service personnel may getting a contractor to finish i

All I Interested Parties Will Be Keystone by. the Federal enlist for 1 year in the grade in the job.Agreed. 3.5 HP :
government. which separated from last to pay $80 to
Bradford County Zoning period of service. This is a Green Acres resident :Don & Famous Toro Wind Tunnel) :
Heard At :
This Time.
Director L. M. Gaines said good to earn extra in- Page for a tree cut in hla yard
that ordinances setting up the come wad learn a trade stated by the city line crew. Housing Make This One Of' ::

.Bradford Zoning Board pro- SFT C:J. Schaefer, one of the -Accepted Butler Terrace The Best Mowers You Can Buy s'
vide that a public hearing ,unit recruiters. resident W. Thomas' offerto
City of Starke must be held before making Additional information y pay$2 per foot for 150 feet of
such an installation. be obtained by visiting the sewer line needed to extend I 'We Tike Mowers In Trade RegardlessOf
or calling SSG John sewer service to Thomas' '
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1 Cokmar .Pads, Index cards the county tOilia ;
and many more horn, office: '( and Men) are paid Planning Council headquar- :
City Clerk and school supplie The for 63 days pay for attending tered in Gainesville so the III :CENTER:
Office Shop. training at the armory ((1 city can have a voice In the

2-27 2tchg 3-6 week-end permonth) and IS planning that is being done by 1111. .M' East f all St., i
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