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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 2, 1975
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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H Protection from future strip mining operations implementation i

of a garbage disposal system finding a way to

Ordinance pave needed roads operating a school system the taxpayers I

rw- can afford and keeping the City of Starke utility jl

.system operating without placing too heavy a burden on I

taxpayers are .some of the problems facing local county ,:

Hearing Set By and municipal government in 1975.

A way must be found to create low income housing in

the county and to make room for the mobile home boom. ,

L Board The county is currently seeing over 2.5 times as many
County mobile homes located as conventional houses built. 'i

Land use.planning, which has been implemented in the '

It will be a busy agenda for commission Election chairman of a county and past two years, must be continued and updated accordingto ; 1

w a _J- .County, Commissioners at vice chairman. a 255-page report entitled "technical assistance to Brad- j I
I, their first meeting of 1975 on ford in Land Use Plan" compiled by
kx14 January 6.Among -Appointment of the county County Developing a
, h road foreman county attorney the Urban and Regional Development Cent"University
top priority items and civil defense of Florida. The report was develo'-
tIr
I. ) .will be hearing a request at director.
several with the assistance of
2:30: p.m. from the Bradford -The oepning of bids at 10 past years
County Zoning Board for a.m.. for remodelling of the working under a federal 701 planning ,p"

approval of an enabling ordinance county jail.Appointment. The thick, report contains Need fo. '.. .
the
empowering of chairmenfor
zoners to draw strip mining the various "preliminary recommendsimprove inn hastu
up departmentsunder .
tions for the of
development a and ': \( should
rt* regulations as the need arisesin the county commission.The .
I i a + ar land use play by the Bradford begin any for
the The of
county.
prospect drawing at random of
' In western County Zoning Commission. mina: .. ,.' i he technical ., .
mining
phosphate 1,500 names from the county'svoter ,
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as i'' slates; Such
Bradford at some future date registration list as a pool Of utmost importance for ... _
be within
has brought this matter to the for the later selection of jurorsfor orderly) and planned growth "I'n. "Mild\ 1'
t tI to
irliaii-nt
P county and circuit courts, the ,future is that land ,
,4 'Merllneto awtev Road In the Reno arcgravity flow a problem which has prevented the lines from fore.Also on the agenda will be: as well as grand juries. planning be continued for U'I I '0 iiiliKiI ..........
r of Starke.. I. p in the Reno area to !get going/ 'In for ''lI' 0'C('D.INltllirt( ) station also had to built. entire! county. All muni' I i'1 K'I |lob

ties should be tied inti ,

*" City Zoning Board Moves fully designed reg'' .ere;.01'* .......mit, tUKCH. .?,.I...,.
' with
measures! sr .tbou'-.38
alewood St"1''l"8 *"
: Gelling phasis on care ninty's1 1
,develoD""
]Meeting Hour To 51* ** .

and under penalty now the Starke last yearwenttothepowei r -at portion being -

.:j- "" ..u1: :. :? Jerk says The firm simply i ieftgine :.STARKE The Starke Donald RarRiherd -
-ot (I' had too many jobs "going att JP .ineers' have,estimated 1Ciii 'j oning. Board: following a poll .s,".. ==-
?, r r and* r! d' i i h, .in to put on hn cost over $2 million to da. \>f"\the members present, wright w. .
luiS his The still work needed on the city utility agreed to change the time of the e8 "'>1. I "I'
city 'system. The city faces ... .. ... t tI" ," I
1"1 i ith. some$3Moofl) i. d' their regular monthly meetingto would'the < t MM -l' / ,
.' "later lines wl- is replacing or patching badly 5 p.m. The time change will r ,'I i iC sider: working in mrijUi' ''< i 1'011' .,\ '
I. alont leaking sewer lines which are be effective with their next and close! association wilh the ,J "dl J! \' .....
'Istalling .teno
pouring ground water into the ids, North Central Florida f1UlIh\ '
to be ;
is no regular monthly meeting
il Oalewoml sects,
V, 'butl' adding n "" ,ik EdwardI'he sewer plant cutting down its held Monday, January 6. sit' s. Rek"N'' il ill.l..ln _Council. !servu.< .
nor. o ar. DaEdwards efficiency. These lines are De '""II the Department of Com Lour, .
: I city is ", ;ough currently scanned with TV Past meetings of the zoning dot mumty Affairs of the State of (lit l 'I''
,.'ch'. engineers :feral cameras wIth< engineers due board have started at 7:30: 7cor (Flora.: and other 'onc'rn"d t tiii .
in(from the mtal to report on that. p.m. No change was made in ''IH'its ol the purl(J "I' ,
">toe t ion A The Sewer lines also need to be the date of the meeting which hall. ', .1< u and 1d/( i oiu ext.
')tti 000 would '*Snnred30peri extended to outlying areas. will be continued on the first A, i.. \\> the HIMt \ *; .. 966'
II.I e The city's system of electric Monday of each month. public h ,' immim. igur I
I*ik :Meneral \ grant win '" distribution poles is aging All of the board members: Mond u I \Ill,' lI ap I
I ttiL, IJn[ wIth the \ and due to present a problem., Chairman A.L. Crosby, Jr., I l'"'''' PalP .,;"

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s ill L.i I I"I.\ to""' -" "-w ill happen with the p forces are led by Mayor Spud $40,000) in city funds and more 75' feet from any p 01 i'ooer\ 111,111il 'h. _., ..'
-.........-flea,Js........ j two-two tie situation. "U\:, ,, r that .. :;; can t reorganize chairman of the Lawtey work going "down the drain." drain field. On many :J' I'I '
"J' dor. jntrai. ..... new.COUIlCU at all, and Concerned Citizens Com; He also foresees that even- lots it is not post I
nosed, <, ,...erl knave' to nne r>one reorganiza-. mittee which has undertakento tually and not too many comply with this reg.
.- oeJOSf em sche a special '"H-' ,. the special defeat the water system years from now- the city will according to sanitary n. .,ael'to '
'''"If i' ..ary 14. Dr"- :lath: Massey because a ten per cent utilitytax be forced by state or federal ... Did for the
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", "'"anti <{)t't prevent theA must be imposed as a governments to install a With for ._ jell >.. unit; .
qualifying
.,,,.-,>.der.me ... ........-.. ....arilyjLjor. \n/ -! ," '\ from holding guarantee to FHA that its loanto sewer system requiring a the special Lawtey period election This time Waters who !btalleu ..
,Vice i.' i a':, tin the 6th and Lawtey to build the system water plant and "then this was content ei ,.
and "
; opening January 6 closing in the December
'"old business" will be repaid. will all be to do over again, at handicapped : three hour oecn builtunder
.(.lee'Lae ri"er i"jI i 1"i l I"i iII v\ January 11, prospects now are 10 election by not knowing these conditions in
.4 \M.lcal. probably a much higher cost.
"I that John
7 ''l Mayor Massey expressed Robertson 71-year- "how to campaigQ against a Lawtey in recent years and
of the
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". flY 1111 ""1'1 Lawtey politicalis concern that a defeat of the Lawtey is the only old painter will carry the dead man," is expected to this stipulation is believed to
members div "spui ntmihe ( that anti-water system now would mean municipality in the county banner of the anti-water wage an active campaign. He be holding back new construction I
and anti-wat .aa l'an'I u loi a' without a water system and forces while James Waters believes in the water system of homes in the city. '
'
ting a mayor ..cations4ht: probably the one that needs it

now appear the e --. ... ".. Exists To Issue most due to the poor drainageand '
organizatioi jng of the .ity high water table that Hurt.In CrashSTARKE .

new council ... very well be area makes a septic constant tanks in health that Pennsy Couple
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Temporary Mobile Home Permits menace. State sanitary -A Pennsylvaniaman on Sr-100, had stopped his Ford 39 feet before hitting the
.regulations require that and his wife were injuredin vehicle a 1966 Dodge on the McClenagman vehicle.
WN rteCr The Bradford County ties. The property is located permission to advertise for private water wells be at least a two car collision Saturday highway prior to making a left Trooper D.C. Roberts of the

Zoning Board has no authorityto near the present FPL substa- rezoning of 15 acres located December 28, at the busy turn onto the Sampson TresUn Florida Highway Patrol,
issue temporary permits tion on Griffis Loop.. off SR-225 east of the Lawtey intersection of US-301 and SR- Road. In avoiding the on- estimated damages of $200 to v
for mobile homes the board Christine Hughes was given dump, from R1C (residential)) 4 Arrested 100 in Starke. coming traffic in the other the right side of the Ford and
was told at its regular meetinglast toEA (exclusive agricultural). lane of the highway Robinson $200 to the left rear of the
to allow cattle According to a report filed .
a operation. skidded his vehicle a 19' Dodge
week by its attorney,
3&I by investigator George A.
Woman Dies For Breaking
*J Dudley Hardy. Gaines reported that a tern-' Tomasovitch of the Starke
Safes The board has made it a porary permit issued to T D. Police
Department, Mrs.
jstMKKf practice to issue temporary In Apparent Whidden, Sr. on Santa Fe Store WindowsSTARKE Dorothy T Schuler 78, of Arrest Made 7 'ief< Of Bulldozerin
hard-
41 ,* permits in occasional Lake must expire before any' Youngsville Pa., was drivinga
Year's Eve Starke and the officer
New ship and now has STARKE A secon was
cases further action is taken by the Chevrolet
Four 1968 south on US-
DANCE several such out- SuicideSTARKE young has been arreste attending a police standards
permits
board. A letter from the
National Guard standing. Starke men were arrested 301 and failed to notice the charged with grand l If- 'jurscr., the school. Bond for
Armory Hardy :advised the board The mother of Whidden zoning office that gave the notice to early Sunday morning traveled at the heavily the theft of a 40.000 I Hooey:! on the three chargeshas
children died permit December, for breaking the intersection. Her car been set
9 p.m.Tuesday that when permitis four small on September 22. at $3,500.
a temporary
______ would be revoked, but Gaines windows in three Call was struck by a 1967 Chevrolet
December glass
effect Friday night, 1:1. 26 of
issued, the board, in said the permit must expire truck Jimmy Higginbottom '
establish- pickup operated by Other arrests made
business last
NIGHT self-In- Street
WATCH
is the The apparently from a Starke has been released on
rezoning property.
before the board
act.
can
Leroy Brewer, 42, of Starke week
*' SERVICE zoning ordinance is a legislative flicted bullet wound. o *. ments. bond of $5,0. His arrest were: Willard Kitties,
First Baptist if act, Hardy said and Mrs. Carolyn E. Nettles, 27. Whidden received permission The windows were broken at who was traveling west on SR- followed that of William 56, of Lawtey, who has been
Church bad resided at a local( Stuff and Things Slone's Shoe 100., Collision of the two. charged with forgery'and
makes no provision for tem- who to place a mobile home on (Billy) Alvarez on December
9:30.Midnight porary permits of any kind. motel for the past three the property for six months Repair and the Half-Moon vehicles caused damages ofl.5oo 19 who has also been charged three traffic violations: no
Tuesday Night It Zoning Director L.' M.. weeks along with her family, starting last July 30. Membersof Hotel around 2 a.m Sunday $ to the Schuler car and with grand larceny and valid driver's license failureto
------ It Gaines said he welcomed the was pronounced dead upon the board said the temporary ,, morning. $900 to the truck. Both drivers released on bond of $5,000. yield right-of-way and,
BHS Basketball opinion by Hardy; since the arrival Friday night at the permit was issued with. William Paul Hamilton 18. and passenger Hugh A. The Bradford County leaving the scene of an. ac
Rasumas Jan. 3 Bradford County Hospital. .the of Starke, was arrested and Sheriff's cident..
board had gotten Into more understanding that Schuler 78, were taken to Department
Ocel.'p.m. hot water by Issuing temporary The young mother was Whidden would build a conventional -; ,charged with disorderly in- Bradford County Hospital by reported: the Aaron Walter Lee Henderson and
At SA Jan. permits than for any other alone in her room at the motel .residence on''the toxication destroying per- rescue ambulance for treat Harris Holley, 18 stof Starke Nathaniel Fayson. of Lawtey.
------ if 'cause. No decision was an- and died as the result of a self- property which ,has not been sonal property and resisting ment and observation of their who toilS been charged with and Harold Cruger '11, of.
New Year! wound from a arrest with violence. Starke have been arrested ;: ,"
Happy nounced on whether tem- inflicted bullet done.) j: injuries. possession of a sawed-off
., < ItS permits now outstanding 22 caliber revolver.An Gregory Glen Martin 19 Dale shotgun and two counts of sale and charged with grand "
.;.. porary Gaines Richard Dale McRae 21, andKirk Roger Robinson 32, of larceny in the theft of
,c. would be allowed to run Investigation was con- reported that 34 Live Oak was charged with of/more than five grams of ; a '
their course. ducted by Deputies John building permits were issued Travis Kelly; 18, all of driving while intoxicated andno marijuana. Holley .was' motorcycle owned by Richard f t UI ;
m hr (Community : In the only rezoning appli- Dempsey Steve Backus and mobile October..including IS Starke were'arrested and valid inspection certificate :'.'rested at the Tippin Inn in Carter, who, resides on sa-_,, frj ''r 1
&tatr; lIank' cation before the board at this .o Investigator Glen Sapp of the homes permits charged with unlawful following a collision: three tale. Lincoln City section 'of ,west of Lawtey. *:. ,,'.,.: ;'(, "
.. meeting a seven-acre tract 'State Attorney's Office. totaling $87.100; seven con- :assembly. miles west of Starke on Sr-100 'Starke by Deputy Glen Moore. With the arrest of the t three t rir' s
The body has been trans- ventional homes $130.400 si'addition Police Officers Denton men a number of other items"y .
owned by ,Florida Power & ; <'. Tuesday, December 24. The shotgun has been Identified A
*CCWMMN WlMnn Ye Light Co. :was rezoned to ferred to Gainesville where an ;. $34.200; and/mta, .. ..;.. DeVoe and Scotty Rhoden of It u one stolen from a' were recovered '
M.r.Ib.r.le eyr..a avN permit the construction of autopsy was to be performed, ,cellaneous, .permits totaling r* the Starke Police Department George R. McCleaagman/ lacked police car while it was miid-bike..chain'1acaE: : ;' "'i<
warehousing! and other facili the police report..atated.t $5,830. investigated the incident. 18, of Starke,..traveling weal- parked at the Vo-Tech Center cart, rifles- and

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I Welty To Head St. Edward'sParishCouncil



Attorney Richard Welty was On Dec. 22 the Parish !fil1iiI,64BMrs. YXe
elected Dec. 17 to succeed
Council
sponsored a hayrideand : ,
himself
Edward's as Parish president Council.of teenagers.carolling The program church choir for :i VIA/t,

Other officers elected to accompanied the carolers and
serve in 1975 are Richard visited shut-ins of the area.
Pernini, vice-president, and President Welty reported on Members Husbands I
I BPW ,
Mrs. John Samons, secretary. the success of the bingo games : Chamber Dinner
Is
Next council meeting being held in the parish hall on
scheduled for Jan. 27. Saturday evenings, Set For Jan. 31 Enjoy Christmas Party
Father James Cregan
announced tentative plans for Commissioner of Education Starke's Business and Pro- There were 25 husbands and
an ecumenical service at N 'lt' Yenr's Eve Ralph D. Turlington will begUL'St fessional Women's Club met Christmas wives present party to and enjoy a
Edward's Church in meeting
Eldon
annual Mrs.
the at
speaker at recently
January Father Cregan Dance Planned Starke-Bradford County Kimmon's home on Santa Fe with dinner in form of
casseroles brought by the
thanked those who assisted in
dinner
Chamber of Commerce Lake
constructing the Christmas STARKE- New Year's from Clay and members.A .
meeting to be held Friday Members are
float which took first place in w, ( beautiful tree and room
Eve Dance
at the National a at the
Jan. 31. at 7:15: p.m. Bradford County,
decorations highlighted the
the annual City of Starke Guard Armory on Edwards AM Starke Woman's Club
Christmas parade. The Road in Starke has been Tickets for the event will go new home of the Kimmonswho
camels from the Christmasfloat scheduled beginning Tuesday, on sale at the Chamber of SERVICE MENPvt. ,recently moved to the
were made primarily by Dec. 31, at 9 p.m. Commerce office on Jan. 6 at lake permanently Festive
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Pernini The dance is being cosponsored Chamber gaiety and superb food, the
and made up part of the by the Bradford $5 members per person.and others desiringto HammondCompletes sharing of gifts ended l a gala,
Nativity scene on the St. County Volunteer Fire to Basic relaxing evening.This .
attend are requested
Edward's Church grounds. Department and the Starke Ft. Knox, Ky. (AIITNC)
.. : obtain their tickets early as
Plans for a New Year's Eve Auxiliary Police Department. 11 +r' y capacity will be limited to 150 Nov. 13 Army Private wag a perfect
teenage dance to be held in the Music for the occasion will ,James W. Hammond, son of we sprinkled a newspaperuntil few
parish hall were announced by be provided by "The persons.Six new members will be Mrs. Sue Griffis, 326 N. Home of Its pages becausewe errorson
Mrs. Michael Gilhooly and Veterans," a five-piece group inducted and President-Elect Cherry St., Starke completed didn't want to
Joseph Gissy. Teenagers from from Gainesville .. 'car eight weeks of basic combat upset some
Williams (0'. Glover will take of our readers Mho are disappointed
attend.other churches are invited to Admission will be $8. per .Muriel Norman, county library board chairman reeeires a check for If I,un fi...m ions over as president from Attorney training. His wife at, Ft.Gwendolyn Knox, Ky.lives when they don't find
-- couple. Club President Arthur Brock The money' is to IM used to timiish the. newcounty. liluui, George Pierce at the at 614 W. Adkins St. any.
building From left air Lions ('luhSecretary (;t'III'/t'/( Ititiuit. 1 Idotk, ihiui*' Itnard l :Mfinlx-i. banquet.
Norma: : ('a nova. :Mis.Norman und Library Beard :\1t'mht'l'lul'lliu: oiko.

ADK Chapter

New Library Receives Holds Annual QN'cv **



$6,150 Shot In ArmWhat Christmas traditional annual PartyA Christmas 1q t if*

party was celebrated by
does the hold the Alpha Gamma Chapter, C jrccting
new year now administered by the (.
Harrington, architects, to
Alpha Delta Kappa Sorority in
in store for the Bradford Library Board, of which Mrs
confer with members of the
Parish House *
the Episcopal
County Library? Muriel Norman is chairman *
and *
library staff board on *
last Dec. 16.
Only one thing is sure at the In an agreement made
design of a new facility and to if
Crawford and
Jewell
present time. The library public at the time of donating with
come preliminary
must vacate its present quar- the fund, the Lions stipulatedthat sketches.up Frances Hamilton greeted *
1871 ters in the former Register the money was "To be members and guests. *
building on S Walnut Street spent for furnishings, library. Commission Chairman Following the devotional
by July 31, 1975 just six oriented equipment, and fix- Ralph Bryan told Taylor the "Christmas Spirit" by Lucille
months from now. The tures. Under no circumstances board has in mind a service- Johns, a filmstrip "When The
building has been sold. is the money to be able building, without any Chimes Rang" was presentedby
Faced with this impending used for the actual construc-' frills. One Commissioner Marilyn Vellenga.
problem, the Library Board tion of the building." suggested that Taylor think in Gifts brought for exchangewere
received a shot in the last Also placed on the Christmastree
arm provided was that a terms of a brick veneer
week in the form of a welcome permanent plaque shall be building of dry-wall construc- and distributed by Gladys / *
I "Christmas gift" a $6,150 displayed:! In the new library tion costs running anywherefrom Thomas while all enjoyed
check from the Starke Lions "commending the Starke $15 to $20 per square visiting around the fireplace. ?I
Club to be used, not for con- Lions Club and its many fine foot this would mean an Traditional Christmas
struction, but for equipping a members whose years of expenditure of at least$50,000, colors were used in the !
proposed new library building dedicated service made this even with cutting all possible arrangement which centeredthe "
to be built by the Bradford donation possible. If the corners. refreshment table and In I I ::1 1 1I I
County Commission, largely library is not built, as decorations throughout the reception I I'' IUi'I
with the use of reserve (carry presently planned, then the SS Students'TourVoTech hall. '
over) funds now on hand. money will revert to the officers At one end of the table bbl iIVli
In giving the fund to the and board of directorsof Carolyn Canova presidedover I
Library Board, the Lions the Starke Lions Club. the punch bowl which '
stipulated it should be kept in In recent action, the Library contained a Poinsettia ice
On Field
a separate fund, apart from Building Fund, Inc agreed to TripThe float. The main delicacieswere
the account now administeredby deed a lot at the corner of made by members from
: the Library Building Fund, Walnut and Jackson Streets. third grade class spon- their favorite recipes..
Inc. of which Charley Johns is previously purchased for a sored by Mrs. Ernestine
president; and John Sanders new library, to the County 'Ihompktns and the EMR THEBRADFORD
..... vice president. Robert E.'Fh.th Commission if they take overfinancing classes of Southside Elementary COUNTY TELEGRAPH
.4. and Marc E.MJackaon. sponsored by Mrs..Willi Published every Thursday
Id' : : w l i then new q!building. A
: have been app!>inted'a ,'representatives "t The board has asktd l I Mtie.jltandolphland'j rsr.' at13WCsllStreetStarke. ,
:. of'the, new fund E. Taylor. of Moore. ,. !t tOODISDI'lOgQO$0011$00000 I. lip\ lame Kctastem look a Tick). .Florida; 3ZM1
a I trip to. the Bradford..Vocational -
No time better School under the supervision Second Clais postage paid
I of Mr. John Snell, at Starke,FloridaSubllCrlption
than now to say DAY CARE director of Career Education.The .
"thanks" to all Rates: We're p eased to
CENTER 3 field trip was planned in In trade area: ".00 per welcome the New
our lends conjunction with a study unit year; '::1.50 six months Sincere wishesfor
and customers. FROM ARM BABIES (entitled "The Kind of Jobs Year, with best
TO SCHOOL AGE People Do" Outside trade area: 17.00 wishes for friends, a most happy
peryear$4,00clx; months old and holiday Thanks for
CONSTANT CARE- new._
...'.i.. 2 BALANCED your friendship.
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PHOTO CHARMS AVAILABLE TO CUSTOMERS
you for your patronage and for the
TELL YOUR 'IIND"' ABOUT THIS CKCIAL OTFtR opportunity to serve you in the New Year.


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and and Brooker and other member of the North Florida Plumbing Code, the National
Random selection names as ordered by the county municipal meeting Lawtey
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solid waste jury disposal, the court. As a result the same throughout the year, the decision county locations, with each of Regional Planning Council Electric code, and the em-
energy crisis, building codes names were used over and on the apparent solutionto the cities to provide a whose prior approval of the ployment of a building inspector -
and land use studies were over again with blacks and the problem was not made minimum two-acre landfill solid waste disposal system is for their enforcement. The 4M
some of the females being noticeably until the closing months of the required before the loan codes were adopted in
problems con- site.To application is submitted to the Town
fronting Bradford lacking. year. The county commissioners fund the estimated December by
during 1974. County'scitizens The new system approvedby after a year long study $200,000 cost of the project an FHA. Councils of Brooker and
RANDOM JURY the court provides that finally decided on the use of application Is being made to THE ENERGY CRISIS Lawtey, with their adminis-
SELECTION
A first about.. 20 percent of the the larger 40 cubic foot con- the Farm Home Administration When the Mid-Eastern oil tration to be handled: throughthe
event at the
beginning of the county's registered voters be tainers with a compactor unit for a long-term low in- barons decided they had Bradford County Zoning
sudden change in year the was a placed in a box. The names and loading ramp to be provided terest federal loan. rather have $12 a barrel Office in Starke.
mannerby
the of rather than the $2.50 per LAND USE STUDY -Juneof
which are randomly drawn without for each. They are to be To facilitate approval
names are selectedto regard to age, race, sex,party placed in each of the muni- the loan Bradford became the barrel formerly paid for oil, 1974 saw the completion of
Bradford serve County.on jury During panels the in affiliation or any other dis- cipalities of Starke, Hampton, third county to become a local citizens were unable to the first phase of the development -
without participatingin land study for
escape of a use
this number
From
tinction.
i, trial of the Garment Factory the skyrocketing costs. Bradford County and the
14 in circuit court a motion by the names are again drawn on Flue-Cured Tobacco Allotments The city commissioners, municipalities of Starke.
random basis to provide a
the defense the a
challenging forced to purchase fuel at Hampton, Lawtey and
venire of citizens who serve on
manner in which juries
were
the grand jury and the petit Increase Annouced In 1975A almost triple prices than Brooker.
drawn was upheld by presiding formerly paid, and naturalgas Technical assistance in
of the county and circuit
Judge Theron A.Yawn juries
curtailed at
supplies being developing the plan was
Jr., bringing the long delayedtrial courts.SOLID' WASTE DISPOSAL 15 percent increase In the ings by. about 90 million' the same time threw the city provided by the Urban and
to a halt. and pounds.Legislation of kilter and Centerat
out
national marketing quota budget Regional Development
No other subject received that
Under the old each provides
system the national acreage allotment for resulted in a financial bind the University of Florida.
attention during the "national marketingquota"
county commissioner more the 1975 crop of flue-cured during the year. A 35 percent The 255 page document is I
the of
than garbage shall be the amount
screened the precinct registration year Discussed and tobacco in order to meet rising the fuel adjustment surcharge filled with the historical factson i
con- in
books and came up problem. market demand has been tobacco produced was imposed during the last the county's background, i
sidered at about States which the Sec-
I with the required number of just every announced by U. S. Secretaryof United estimates will be used four months of the city's its statistics in a number of
Agriculture Earl L. Butz, retary and exported budget year and was con- categories, the results of the
according to the Local ASCS domestically tinued in their new budget studies made within the
6 Inspections Necessary office. during the marketingyear downwardin beginning October 1, 1974. In county and the problems that
I ; The national marketing adjusted such amounts upward or the Secre- balancing the new city budget we are likely to experience in
For Mobile Homes quota is 1,492 million pounds determines as Is desirablefor the citizens were again called our future growth and
with the average yield goal tary of upon to participate further in says..:"there is a need for
the maintainingan
i unchanged at 1,854 pounds per purpose the increased costs. For the continued research and up-
Establishing residence in a termites. A plastic covering acre. The national acreage adequate supply.In first time in the city's historya dating on social and economic
mobile home is no longer ) is placed on top of a referendum held July
(vizqueen allotment is 804,746 acres: garbage pickup fee appearson factors, particularly: employ-
simply a matter of placing a the ground to keep moisture Thus, acreage allotments and 17, 1973, 98.5 percent of the the monthly billings. These ment; county and municipal
unit on a lot, digging a septic from seeping up under the poundage quotas for indivi- 100,466 flue-cured tobacco costs had, in prior years, been government management;
tank and well, and connectinginto flooring. A wire mesh in dual farms will be 15 percent farmers voting favored the paid from revenues providedby housing problems; surface
an electric outlet. placed on top of the plastic larger in 1975 than in 1974, continuation of marketing the electric power plant. and sub-surface water
Under Bradford County'szoning and lifted into the concrete except for adjustments to reflect quotas on the 1974, 1975 and BUILDING CODES studies; a general environ-
regulations and build during the pouring operation. undermarketings and 1976 crops.Fluecured. Another first for the countysaw mental assessment; a trans-
ing code, several inspections Wood watches workmen to overmarketings of farm tobacco is grownin the adoption by the Boardof portation study, and; Workman finds an easy way to gel out of one of the deep
are required before the mobile insure proper flow of concrete quotas. It is estimated that Florida, Georgia, North County Commissioners the organization of a structure for holes on the Old Lawtey Road.
home is finally cleared for over and under the wire mesh,, undermarketings of 1974 farm Carolina, South Carolina and Southern Standard Building increased citizen participation. -
occupancy.New and also checks for proper quotas exceeded overrnarket- Virginia (and to a small ex- Code, the Southern Standard ..."
state regulations re consistency of the mix. tent in Alabama).
quire that mobile homes mustbe Inspection number four
anchored and properly makes certain that steel rein
blocked. The water supply, forcing rods are in corners
power supply, and septic tank and at the tops of walls before
must be installed and con pouring. Concrete block build- 4f
nected. Electricity must be ings require either anchor
supplied by a fourwire serviceas bolts or truss ties for connect-
required by the National ing the roof.Frame .
Electrical Code and Mobile buildings J are
Home Standards of Florida. checked to assure that hurri
Bill Wood building inspector cane clips anchor the roof DIAMONDS WOODBURN'SGEM 109
working out of the county; down. .
zoning office, makes six in The fifth inspection takes WATCHES LULL ST.
spections of all new construction care of plumbing installa
in the county. Mobile tions, such as kitchen and JEWELRY JEWELRY
home inspections could be bathroom fixtures and rough
completed in one visit, he wiring.On GIFTS
says, but most require a the sixth and final inspection
second trip because all re Wood checks water SILVER_ 38 as Starke'sfinest
quirements are usually not supply and other plumbing( After years
met at the time of the first in electrical service, and septic
spection.On tank.If .
the first inspection of a the building, or mobile Jewelers we are e e
building or conventional type home, passes all inspections, ,
home Wood checks the footings the zoning office notifies the
which will support the power company to connect the
outside walls. Depth and electrical service and the unitis .
t width of the footing must be readj''for occupancy.. : i
correct and steel rods must be .. -. of B usIiii rsstv i

t in poured.Rough place. plumbing before concrete must be i is The rise,Snuff in it male Out! cancer 1104 l)lit 4 I

tested for leaks and proper installation deaths is due largely to the ,
on the second in increasing rate of lung can-
spection. Sanitary piping i is cer-14 times greater than 40
also checked. years ago. Do yourself a
The third inspection establishes favor-drop the cigrrette /
good ground preparation habit, says the American Fins\
for the floor, and Cancer Society.A .
QIN'
pouring of the floor. Earth Signal? tlll1 tL tAat"i; RnRdditionalif '
below the floor slab must be Persistent hoarseness or B\\ Take '
compacted and treated for difficulty in swallowing couldbe TEE S 3'1 Hundreds Of
a Warning Signal of cancer. Off
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New "555 MpNptRl g0UtA1HHERa AOEC.! $'nit' **H">: n this once-in-a- ,

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ReZ25 \\' *$>>\\$ our huge- coUu.tiotof platinum


W Auc[ 9.tAS- and precious. em jewelry,

the
from
and imported
handcrafted
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best-known makes of watches and gifts at prices

and delight33g I
with pleasure
that will make you gasp

MACV/ & snore


The New
May Ilottvifl save

Year Be The

'Best Year' For N othin iI r t1'Ved..tWtlttb

Our Many Friends Off our rah utor low priceS of .saying i 1It1w\1t

It I, is our pleasure'to & Customers. wilt.be sold. This sa.k is m, wad!

serve the fine ,

people of this and patroMSe.
community.: Thanks for friendship Sate
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Twenty-five Bradford High Debbie Marshall, daughterof Laura Kay Thomas, Sheila Starling, Edward : '
students earned straight A's Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Mar daughter of Mrs. Seleeta Watts, Sharon Williams, :
for the second six-weeks of shall of Starke. Thomas of Starke. Kevin Meng and Tony Osteen.
school of some 1,125 enrolledfor Donna Pauley, daughter of Juniors:. Michael Beck, ,
the 1974-75 term. Mr. and Mrs. Obed M. Pauleyof SOPHOMORES Susan Byers, Charlene Campbell -,
Straight A students are: Lawtey. Darle Christopher Michael Cooney, Andrew
Debbie Mitchell, daughterof daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. Crews, Michael Crews, Glen
SENIORS Mr. and Mrs. Frank M.< D. Christopher of Starke. DeSue, Denise Devore, John
Jimmy Brownlee, son of Dr. Mitchell of Green Acres. Nancy Hildreth, daughter of Eddy,Alicia Jackson,Pamela
and Mrs. J, W. Brownlee of Joy Saxon, daughter of Mr. Mr.and Mrs. H. R. Hildreth of Lavender, Beverly Meng,
Starke. and Mrs. E. G. Saxon of Kingsley Lake. Elizabeth Scott, Scott Tinsler,
Beth Chapman daughter of Hampton.Jan Jenny Tomlinson. .. Larry
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Chapmanof Searle, daughter of FRESHMEN White. ....
Raiford. Mrs. Grace Searle of Matthew Box, son of Mr. Sophomores : Samuel
Eve Futch, daughter of Mr. Theressa. and Mrs. Thomas Allen Box of Bennett, Michael Blake, W2JJ _Irf
and Mrs. Benton Futch of Randall Trainor, son of Mr. Starke. Susan Blalock, Deborah I ;
Starke. and Mrs. Leo Trainor of Charles Register son of Mr. Bradley, Pamela Chapman, ::* -i p
Jody Harper, daughter of Starke. and Mrs. Lennard Register of Danny Craig, Cindy Davis, ,
Rev. and Mrs. George L. Debbie Whitehead, Crystal Lake. Robert Edwards, Susan ,
Harper of Starke. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Rodrigue, son of Mr. Edwards; Lisa Ekard, .Anthony -
Johnny Hobbs, son of Mr. Maitland Whitehead of and Mrs. A. p, Rodrigue of Franklin, Laurie E. _
and Mrs. J. R. Hobbs of Starke. Starke. George, Karen Glover, Eolme
Starke. Kathy Taylor, daughter of Green, Zedra Hamilton, Ruth o ,
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Phillip Jenkins, son of Mr. JUNIORS Mr.and Mrs. Bobby Taylor of Hazen, Terri Hicks, Robin
and Mrs. Jay D. Jenkins of Teresa Devore, daughter of Starke. Hood, Harold Leverson,
Starke. Mr. and Mrs. John R. Devoreof James Livingston, Lisa
Mona Marchant, daughterof Lawtey. The second six-weeks honor Mitchell, Lynn Moxley, Briar ''y
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Cynthia Edwards, daughterof roll, those earning grades of B Patray, Lynn Pierce, John
Marchant of Starke. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ed- or higher, numbered 82. They Samons, Jack Sohiller, Kathy
wards of Kingsley Lake. are: Tetstone and Pamela Tucker.
Jennifer Jockel, daughter of Seniors: Wanda Batten, Freshmen: Mark Box,
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jockelof Stanley Benckowsky,Timothy Loren Carter, Terry Carver, ;rv" +
Starke. Blankenship, Elizabeth Crew, Elaine Cauley, Neva Flynn,
Danette Rodriguc, daughterof Robert Milner, Terry Mun- 1
Janice Davis, Benita Franklin f
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Michael Gaskins, David dorff, Raymond Phipps, -.,.;."'_-I-, ',..,"!WW..nIMM'.y, AxM-.R- --_...' -- -.P.
Harper, Franklin T. Jackson, Christie Redding, Karen
Rhoda Jones, Mary Lyons, Reddish, Linda Richardson, Straight A students at Bradford High School for the second Standing: Eve Futch, Joy Saxon, Jody
Sheila Mack, Otha Miller, Carolyn Roller, Harold six-weeks are (I-r): Krounlee, Beth Chapman,Jan Searle ----------1
Lloyd Mosley, Glenn Mullins, Waters, Buddy Williams, Joy First row: Debbie Mitchell Laura Kay Thomas, Teresa Pauley.Jennifer Jockel, Darla Christopher,
Cindy Smith, Joy Starling, Williams.Williams. and Tommy DeVore, Debbie Marshall, Cindy Edwards, and Mona Mar- Kenny Rodrigue Kathy Taylor and .
chant.

Starke.O'tti. Problems (From 'Page 1)) ........ .............-,............................ ,
Meeting Change. . (From page n)
Specific studies should be and more etticient Route 301. Alligator Creek.Protection. Local Teenager
made to provide for a safer1APWNEWYEAR. The report points to internal of wetlandsand permits for location of two purpose of constructing a
traffic circulation in Starke environmentally sensitive mobile homes in Starke. professional building. Mc- Charged In
I with the new Bradford Square areas. Receiving the board's approval Clane said that it would
Shopping Center "Internal Collection\ and disposal of following the hearing, probably be used for a den-
circulation in the county and, solid waste via a system of were the applications of Flora tist's office. Brooker Wreck
specifically, in the urban large containers to be placed Mae Mulberry and Jack D. The board approved the ad-
areas should be studied for around the county. Residentswill Sct ller. vertisement for a public BROOKER A
minimize traffic conflict with be charged for the service Mulberry will locate the hearing to be held Monday, with teenagedriver
Route 301 and to provide for on their electric bills. The mobile home on a lot on the February 3, at 5 p,m. on the less was charged, valid driver's care-
driving no
better access and greater county must also meet federal West side of US-301, near the rezoning classification. license and leaving the sceneof
for school build- and state environmental limits of Starke.
safety ,public south city an accident as the result ofa
ings, shopping centers, and standards in covering and Schiller's is to be located on a My Neighbors minor collision in Brooker
other traffic generators." disposing of the waste lot at 427 North Orange Streetin December 29.
Sunday,
It may be assumed, the The City of Starke faces: Starke.
1 1I 1ez report states, that at a future -Operating its utility Houston McClane's application According to an accident
date on interstate connection system in the black with fuel for a change in zoning LG.
I between Jacksonville and I-9S prices at record levels. The classification was granted by report'J lilud of the by Florida Trooper I Highway .
!Manning
will be made directly to city has already tacked a 35 the board. The property involved Patrol/ the! unoccupied
Gainesville and 175. "Such a percent surcharge on electricity is approximately one- 1973 Ford ot Beverly '1'
route would undoubtedly half acre in size and forms the Hamilton of Brooker was
u3rhIeeeMay diagonally intersect Bradford Extending: sewer serviceto apex at the juncture of SR-230 in front of Carroll'sStore
County. Its location and fringe areas. The city is and Bessant Road, across the parked in Brooker when it was
design will be of great impor- currently spending $240,000 to highway from the Bradford the 1974 t'ol'd
the New Year bring backed into by
tance to the social and provide sewer service to two County Hospital.The Lamar
best of everythingto and neighbors. | economic future of the sections of the city, Reno and parcel is presently c;.... Clark operated, 16, of by'Brooker James causing! /
our friends Dalewood.
county, the report states. zoned for residential pur "Ah bat tonight of $225 to the right
Thanks,sincerely/ of you're ravishing damages;
leaking
-Repair sewer
To our friends and Overpasses or other separation poses. McClane is requestinga m'dear . rear of the Hamilton car. The
1ogHwyat for letting us serve you. many including street closing lines which pour ground water zoning change to com- oops
thanks driver left the scene of the-
patrons sincere could be constructed jfor into treatment plant cutting mercial for the proposed no wonder you're not m'deul" -
and best wishes .accident.
holiday traffic and pedestrians in" its efficiency. !

order _to minimize the . -
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and hazards '. ....;. .. ... ;,
problems -
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May' it be a time of.joy IIId '-' '.: '.,': :'..\ : TasteeFreezcDrive generated due to the locationof I. t_J.:y _4 r_ I ,'J ..'q :
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happiness for you. US-301 and the railroad in
Starke and Lawtey.
Inu. The county faces these-
Loudon's problems in the future: EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1 ,, 1975Two
BONNIE'SHAIR of
-Possibility strip miningfor
S. 301 North phosphate in the western
Beauty ShopMr. part of the county: around

STYLESBonnie Fla. Brooker. ', good for at
Starke
-Controlling building in more reasons saving

flood prone areas.Increased -

Landry desirable- run-off and into un- Florida Bank at Starke.


Loretta Ross
And Mrs.

Hwy. 301 S. Arthur Loudon 1. Interest at the rate of 5 % (highest rate.


Starke aapyitw allowed by law at commercial banks) will

be COMPOUNDED DAILY


964-8200 964-5780 "1

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periods (June 30 and December 31)) .

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It is serve our pleasureto the fine REMEMBER OUR NEW ADVERTISING SLOGAN :

people of this

AS ,WE MOVE INTO A NEW community. Thanks

YEA. WE BAY THANKS' and best wishesto "Our'Savings.Pass/ Book : .

FOB LETTING US SERVE one and all.
GOOD LUCKTo
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YOU COMMUNITY.GOODMAN'S AND THIS. CBEAT: Blalock'sMeat The Older It .Gets The Better. It Looks.".. .

Our Friends

Market
Customers Coffee Drinkers STANDARD SERVICE
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STATION Charles & Charlene


THE BRANDING IRONFelix Seubr 0.GoodmanM7N.T Home. Owned & A FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE


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AREA NEWSBy I "
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Josephine Fontaine ; SAVE W/Ty I

SPECIAL NOTICE W D BRAND WHOLE SHOULDER

Garbage pick-up day has (WATER ADDED) PORKSMOKED
been changed to Saturday, .
beginning Saturday Jan. 4.
Pickup will start at 8 a.m.: '
Garbage must be bagged to be LL ,
picked up.BIRTHDAY., ,f


Cindy Rhoden GREETINGS celebratedher
12th birthday on December -

Hampton 15. General Store was PICNIC 'C i\

the sponsor of the home decoration LL1 1 I
contest in Hamptonthis ,,.
year. Mr. and Mrs. R.H. r
Parker received a $3 gift
certificate Mr. Connie Clark
of Hampton Lake was the rt
judge. Judging was Tuesday t
evening, before Christmas. } LB. 8EEF PEO? I j jFO ji,I



of Crescent City and Miss dsa Wt PUDGE TO FIGHT .
Florence Schaub of BellmoreL.I. INFLATION AND CONSERVE ENERGY
N.Y. spent Sunday with wjanhe /T Quantity RightsReserved'
Mr. and Mrs. W. Fontaine.Mr. $ U
and Mrs. Erdmann of Ofx e WINS DIXIE) STORES, INC.COPYRIGHT197 ,
Orlando Fla. spent the PRICES GOOD THURS. JAN 2 THRU WED. JAN. 8 ]

Christmas Holidays with their
family Mr. and Mrs. Gene W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BOTTOM j

spent Taylor.Mr..the and. Christmas Mrs. W. Fontaine Holidayswith ROUND ROAST BEEF PATTIES PORif' CHOPS

Mr. and Mrs.Schaub and t
daughter in Crescent City, 'G. ,
Mrs. Schaub is Mrs. Fon

taine's Mrs.sister.Lucy McGunnigle SAVE 29 99 SAVE

Mrs. Evelyn Vaughan and 50CIB. $ $ 21c f
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Mrs. Evelyn Powell were "OoA.b
Christmas guests of Susie <2 II. 9ftWD .I;!
Powell. This four
was a
generation get together as VU..'S.CHOICE o LB.
Mrs.McGunnigle is the great- LB. PKG. IB.

grandmother HAPPY NEW of Susie.YEAR TO _
EVERY ONE.' BRAND USDA CHOICE BOTTOM USDA GRADE "A" QUICK FROZEN W-D BRAND ASTOR ALL GRINDS t


Starke ROUND STEAK BAKING HENS COFFEESAVE


St. Mark's SAVE

episcopal SAVE 39 I 1 21c

ChurchChurch 4O $ 11c Ij

and E..l Jickson SI..I. 11. IB. 58 !1 .
THE REVUOHNM. FLYNN. Bo4u. Q -.' 1-LB. .
CAN
Sunday, Jan. 5th 8:30: .s.clitiit E LB. LB. I
a.m. Holy Eucharist; 9:45: Limit 1 with $7.50 or mode purchase eluding cigarettes.SAVE .
a.m. Church School; 11:00: I .:
a.m. Holy Eucharist; 5:00: I
31cWO BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF
p.m. Junior E.Y.C. Meeting; W.D BAND USDA CHOICE BEEP LOIN SAVE 34e THRIFTY MAID BARTLETT THRIFTY' MAID GREEN

6:45 Meeting.: p.m. Senior E.Y.C. Chuck Roast LB.88C Strip Steaks LB. $179 Pears . 2 'ot'CANS $100 1 Lima Beans 3 1 as. $1 1 1SAVE

Monday, Jan. 6th -.i 4:30: 31c WO BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF USDA INSP. W D BRAND PURE (NO ADDITIVES' ) SAVE 17c ASTOR FRUIT SAVE Be THRIFTY MAID STEWED .
p.m. Brownie Troop No. 604. Chuck Steak Beef 5. $399 Cocktail', "3THRIFTY : Tomatoes 3 !16.01'SAVE $100 l ."
'i Tuesday, Jan. 7th 3:30: ORGround ; ,KQ.. ; :n ''Ss.j ,,100 ;,I. CANS i 1:
lOe W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF TOP ROUND .
Girl Scout No.614
,
Troop
k p.m. ; FRESH SHOULDER ILADE BOSTON BUTT1 MAID VIENNA' THRIFTY MAID -
;t 7:30: p.m. Vestry Meeting.geed Sirloin Steak 189 'o t
LS. Pork Roast. . ll.88c Sausage . 3 CANS $100 Apple Sauce 3 CANS $1 :;
SAVE 20c.- W 0 BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF PORTERHOUSE OR '
FRESH SHOULDER BLADE BOSTON BUTT SAVE I7e THRIFTY MAID SAVE I7c- THRIFTY MAID CUT
lJ alUI T-Bone Steaks LB. $189SAVE 1 Pork Steak . LB.98c Chili & Beans 31 LSV CANS,ec. $1 Green Beans 4 CANS 16c. $1 1 ..

2lc W.D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF fULL CUTBONELESS _
SAVE (IOe W O BRAND SLICED THRIFTY MAID SAVE lOc TALL THRIFTY MAID EVAPORATED

CQ..cfl Round Steak LI. $168/ Bologna I . V 12a.o.... 69C Tomato Sauce 3 CANS 15'01. $100 Milk . . 4 CANS 1301 $1

Sunday Sunday School
!)::43; Morning Worship at 11 THRIFTY MAID U.S. No. 1 REGULAR VENT VUE
o'clock; Church Training,
ilV: ; Evening Worship at d I ""

7:11I.::Tuesday Watch Night TOMATOES DESIGNER GLASSES POTATOESTHRIFTY

Service 9:30: p.m. til Midnight.
Wednesday The only SAVE \
activity to be held at our
church on New Year's Day z9B
will be the worship service at 88 5 $ 00
7:11: (). 4 'J

Do it Today! 16-ot. TGMw 11 Oz.Glasses. LB.
Pick a day to quit smoking. CANS .
and BAG
Face D-day maybe grit
vour teeth. It could be easy or Limit 4 wl/hs7.S0 or more purchase excluding cigarette ,
It might be hard but one I
thing's certain says the THRIFTY MAID POWDERED I THRIFTY MAID TASTE O' SEA PERCH SHRIMP OR FISH DINNER OR
American Cancer Society CLAM OR SEAFOOD I
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Ocala Disappointing BRADFORD COON BUS CagersTo '



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But Tornadoes Still After Vacation


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Bradford High Cages' openpost "Hodge scores a lot of points
Christmas Holiday play from the inside on second

Have Good 10-2 Year I Tornadoes Friday night,Jan.visit 3, when Ocala the efforts ballplayer.and"is a real hustling

"f, Vanguard for a Big Sun "SeweU's rebounding and
"Even though disappointment games, it would make it into scoring get second in puntingand good off season program to Conference contest to start at scoring should the continue to
lingers from the Ocala the playoffs.In third in rushing. get him in shape for next year, 8 p.m. improve as season goeson.
is real and
He
game, I must say we had a the last four games BHS Reddish scored 15 touch- according to Hurse. '-'Off Union Cagers Vanguard is picked as the his strong
and
real good year," says Head rolled 34-7 by Fernandma 35- downs and one two point con- season is the time passers and team to beat"says Head BHS aggressive physicalsize
tends to intimidate lot of
Bradford Varsity Football 14 by Orange Park 34-0 over version for a total of 92 pointsfor receivers are made. Its too Basketball Coach Mike a
Coach David Hurse of the Eastside and 28-0 over North the season. He averaged ,late once the season has Sexton. OV is picked to win people, commented Coach
overall season of the Tor- Marion. 36.7 yards a punt and rushedfor started." the conference, district and Sexton. Sewell was named an
Execution in the backfield l\t Chiefland region titles this all-state last year and was
nadoes. 883 yards in 172 carries. "It will be extremely difficult year.
Bradford was pushed into from all four starters, Matt "Clark did a real fine job to replace the offensive BHS now stands witha ranked among the top players
with 9-1 Reddish Jimmy from the perfect 5-0 record, includingtwo inthe state also.
the state playoffs a Hull Tommy blocking backfield line after losing seniors
record and beat a visiting Clark and Jimmy Prevatt was during the second half of the Donnie Sewell Alan Norton .1: conference wins. BHS Milton Baker started out the
Milton team 35-14 for the great during the year, according season," said Coach Hurse. Marlon Thornton, David beat Buchholz In a 48-46 season as a starter but in the
region title. Then fell short 6-0 to Hurse. "He has a great attitude Harper and Chuck Cox'I This Fri. Night"We squeaker in the third game of Macclenny game injured his
to Ocala Forest in the semi- "Hull is as fine an all around which will enable hi1to commented Hurse. the season then in the fifth thumb. Coach Sexton is
final play off at Booster ball player that was on the improve and become an Stadium in Ocala. team and he did a tremendousjob standing ball player before he or three weeks will probablybe needed some playing points per game and 11 "We are in a good position to play after the vacation,
"The team got better with blocking and when askedto graduates" says Hurse. signing a football scholar- time and I am looking for a rebounds. be in at this time of "I have been particularly
each game and gained con- carry the ball did it good," Clark is a sophomore and also ship with one of the south- better team, Head Union Lorenzo Griffin should be year"says Coach Sexton satisfied with the 'per-
fidence in themselves each commented Hurse. started at the defensive tackle eastern conference teams, Basketball says Coach helping the Tigers after the talking about the 5-0 record. formances of Willis Berry and
led the conference in High but he is "The last before the Alfred Ross. Both have done a
week that went by com- Hull position. according to Hurse. Jimmy Thomas of his 1-4 holidays. "He is short game
mented Hurse. kickoff returns averaging 42 "Another back that con- "Sewell is big and strong Tigers. strong and a real good break against Hawthorne was real good job and both are
Coach Hurse commentedabout yards per attempt. He also tributed strength was Glen and made a valuable contri- The Tigers face Chiefland ,shooter,"says Coach Thomas. our most complete game so averaging about''four
the individuals on of- averaged 6.3 yards each time DeSue who had a great year bution in our stretches run in this Friday night for the first "Gery White and Boyzie far this season. We finally put rebounds" and five points per
fense this week and in the next he rushed with the ball. and could be the toughest the state playoffs" com- after the Christmas Perry needed the experienceof four decent quarterstogether"commented game, commented Sexton.
issue of the Telegraph will Reddish got off to a slow runner in the conference next mented Hurse. His finest game Holidays. The following Tues- the first five games and Sexton. "Emmett Bright, Daryl
talk about the defense. start at the first of the season season," says Coach Hurse. game was against Milton day Union meets Williston. they are looking good for us," Elva Hampton is starting to Moody and Reggie Green
"First I must give recognition due to injuries but came backto Richard Lashley has good when the 6'4 tight end caught Both games are at\home, commented Thomas."I take charge of the floor and he should improve as the season
to Dwight Barber lead the conference in potential as a receiver with a four touchdown passes and dida junior varsity starting V 6:30: think we are going to is displaying the type of progresses and I am hoping
and Mike Gaskins. the team fine job blocking. and varsity at 8 '\ come along and probably be leadership that the Tornadoes they will be able to help" us
captains for handling the Norton showed tremendous Walter Brooks has p.m.beet\the able to play with anyone from need, according to Sexton. later in the season, says
internal problems of the team, Westside Park improvements as a football lead scorer for the Tigers so our league," stated Thomas. James Aldridge has come a Sexton.I .
which is needed to have a player and took advantage of far this year averaging }15 The Tigers have been long way since the season think if we continue to
season like this," says Coach the double blatoon system and points per game. Thomas averaging 55 points per game started. improve as a team we should
Hurse. To Close DownStarke's started at the guard spot in pointed out though that two of while giving up just 58 points "We have probably got one have a real fine season and
Hurse stated at the first of every game, according to the team leaders are Joe per game. "There are just a of .the strongest rebounding although I am not totally
the year that we needed a Recreation noise would bother very few Coach Hurse. "Harper is Maxwell and David Banks. few things that have to be combinations around here satisfied with the defense it
mature quarterback in the Department was notified two people and has plenty of room small but did a fine job all Each are averaging about 10 worked out. with Donnie Sewell Sheldon has given up but 46 points per
worst way. "Jimmy Prevatt weeks ago that Westside Park for expansion in the future. year and his presents was felt Hodge, and Wayne Berry" game. This shows the defenseis "
attained the maturity week Softball Field would have to The land has been idle for ten In every game." commented Coach Sexton. doing something right,
after week and at the end of be removed as the land was to years after it was used as the "Thornton did an outstanding Nems And ,Activities From Sewell has led the Tor- commmentes Sexton."I .
the season played like a be reclaimed for the expanding old city dump site. job at center the entire nadoes so far averaging 14 feel like we have to havea
veteran," says Hurse. school building Using this land would serve year. He is a very dedicated rebounds per game. Berry is strong defense to have the
Prevatt, a sophomore led program.The two purposes-putting to use young man who always puts THE RECREATION CENTERThursday getting 12 a game and Hodge winning "season we would like
the Big Sun Conference in department will have land that would otherwise lay out his best." is averaging nine. "Berry has to have, concluded Sexton.
passing hitting 49 of 96 passesfor use of the park,located behind idle for the next ten years and Starting tackles for BHS VolleyballThe January 8-9 for the been providing us with a good
a total of 656 yards, getting the vo-tech school for the next providing the community with where Chuck Cox and TommySee men and women's new year. scoring punch as well as good
51 percent of his passes."I two years. Now, the much needed recreational volleyball program will The men are playing each rebounding," says Sexton.
think Prevatt's biggest recreation board has the facilities for the present while ( Page 11)) resume Wednesday and Wednesday evening in the Old
attribute"was his willingness problem of finding land for a having room for future ex ;..,. Armory from 7:30-9:30: : p.m. DRIVE IN
to work. new park. The women are playing on
The Tornadoes had good One site being considered is pansion.We "' Thursday nights at the same Basketball i i I
execution, especially after the the Industrial Park on Ed- I time. Intermediate, Boys Basket- 301 S. Starke
Fernandina Beach game. wards Road, presently under Teams have not been for- ball Program is now under-
Starting with that game and the jurisdiction of the Brad- ',. .1. med at this time and play is way at the RJE gym each FRI & SAT
three more left in the season.If ford Development Authority. I quite informal. Anyone Tuesday and Thursday after-
BHS won the rest of the The site is located where the wishing to participate may do noons for boys aged 1315. Mettwwrti Pioducwt CwpwUM
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j: Anyone in this age group
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Profit Opportunity"B.F. .,f.c: The Recreation Departmentsent should call Johnny Jackson, .
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.',t: I the teams that participated in at 964-6796. i'N
Goodrich Tire the Men and Women's softball ,1
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\ ." ; I hope you will join this column and your Bradford County
If a New Year's resolution is in order :,\; Extension OMice/ in welcoming J. Lowell Parrish and his
There are indications that the trend to wife Jane, to Bradford County.Mr. .
for the U.S. Government
it should
retrenchment has started, and let us
certainly be one for the relief of the long- hope that it will spread to nook "... ',.'" Parrish.js! our new Coordinator)( for Bradford
every \ Union and Baker Counties. Since he will be
neglected, long-suffering, and almost spending at least
ready-to-revolt middle American who is and cranny where a taxpayer's dollar is r half of his time in Bradford County his office and head-
being wasted. quarters will be in the Agricultural Building on North 301 in
the
bearing burden of this nation today i) Starke.

The City Commission of Green Cove ,
It's about time that attention was .c ---.0.:: Mr. Parrish's major responsibilities will be Community
Springs has voted to try a new conceptin -----.-. -....--. -
--
-' 4-H and
turned to the middle class Americanwho .., Development through youth programs. lie will be
consolidation of city departments thatis working with local sponsoring and Advisory Committees to
as pointed out this week
by estimated to save the city $30,000 by determine directions for these programs. He will be assistingand
columnist: Jack Anderson, "pays most of the end of the fiscal year in September.. __ -_ L ? working with our Adult Leaders in improving our Community
the bills and makes most of the ... 4-H Clubs throughout the County. He will provide
for the leadership and coordination for local 4-H in
sacrifices" operation of'our participation
Under the consolidation the
current
County, District and State 4-H activities.Mr. .
local ...
governments state, and national eleven city departments will be mergedinto ... .

as he struggles in the economic quick- six, resulting in a ten per cent reduction ;"i,,: Parrish comes to us highly qualified to expand and ;

sand of our "stagflation" era. of personnel, while not affectingthe improve our 4-H program. A native of the LaCrosse Area in
Alachua County Lowell was active In 4-H Club work and the I
Anderson points out that the revenue quality of services provided to Santa Fe Chapters of FKA. He attended the University of
residents of the city. Florida and received the BSA and Master's Degrees in
laws are structured so that the rich can Agriculture.His .

escape paying their fair share, and the For the past several months Green II
,
4-H also includes serving as Camp Managerfor
excused from experience
are paying anywhere
poor Cove has had a policy of not making replacements Aids Two Local
full The Rotary two summers and as a student assistant in the State 4-H
near a tax. heaviest burden, of I
,'Jo for personnel retiring or Department for one year. He has been serving as an Extension -
course, falls upon that bulwark of oureconomy leaving city employment. The city Agent for 4-H and Vegetables in Sarasota County for the
the middle-income families. Organizations During Christmas last two
manager said he was following the years.

example of many municipalities around Mr. Parrish is a member of several social civic and -
According to Anderson's interpretation Starke Rotary Club President William W. Hood professional
(right) presents $223 resusitator
the country that have cut back personnel organizations, and is a member of the First Baptist
of present complex statistics, every and services in to County Fire Department Chief Harry Green as a welcome pre-Chrlstmas gift. Church of Sarasota.
five working taxpayers TWO of unnecessary During the holiday season the Starke Club also presented a check for S50 to the
carry order to cope with the current economic Bradford County Ministerial Alliance for use In its projects for assistance to the
their neighbors on their backs one a crunch. needy. These two fund-sharing gifts are a part of Rotary's community service program As Lowell and I drove through a good part of our Countylast
government employe, and the other a I wet'k.l welfare recipient. w r. finally beginning to grow and produce some muchneededfeed
County governments across the for our beef cattle. Rye and ryegrass are excellent
nation will no doubt soon be followingsuit winter feeds and will produce most of' the protein and energy
"The rich'and super-rich don't and some school systems have HOME NOTESFROM needs for cattle. However, these are expensive crops to grow.(
shoulder their fair share of the financial already joined the trend notably O G when you consider present fertilizer seed and equipmentcosts
load, and recent studies have uncovered YOUR EXTENSION HOME 119T5 making It essential that the best grazing management
Columbia County where eleven school
followed full I these
programs be to net the "p"pfit. rom crops.
millionnaires, even billionaires, who pay administrative and supervisory posi- i" ECONOMICS AGENT '

no federal income taxes at all," the tions were abolished and a study begunto : To get the most production and grazingjrom rye ana rye-

report continues. Families caught in the streamline the entire school opera- BY KATHY BROWNI grass, it is suggested that plants not be grazed "until they
middle are bearing the burden of reces- tion. have reached a height of eight to ten inches If possible prac-
sion and are tightening their purse tice rotational grazing leaving a stubble about three inches

strings in anticipation of even harder Industry has no hesitancy in cutting hope your Christmas was a 1975 with fewer financial taa fiat high weeks and for allowing re-growth intervals of the between plants. If grazing grazing of is three continuous to lour,
times to come. Already, many have lost happy one and that you are recovering headaches.
expenses when the need arises, for all the control animal numbers or daily grazing periods so that
from
the overtime pay and part-time jobs that hardnosed businessmen know they must course,you are now activity.Of looking Resole to be a more con- Yvvi plant height is mainta fined between five and ten inches.

once paid for their comfortable standardof do so in order to survive. How much forward to the new year and scientious consumer in 1975. 4y 1 will discuss fertilization and
living, and have been caught in Do more comparative 0, other management practicesnext
many more should expenses be cut by consolidating -, the festivities that accompanyit. week.FHPRemindsOf.
a credit squeeze, Anderson observes. and abolishing needless However, you are planningto shopping before you buy, try
spend New Year's Eve I to ge: more for the money you -..
positions when taxpayers'... dollars are' hope that your celebration will spend.
indications however that
There are being
spent. be safe and happy.Do .
long-suffering middle Americans are -Resolve to do your part to

beginning to revolt in the face of higherand If Mr. Anderson is correct in saying you find yourself, at the combat the energy problem in ,
tax assessments and higher our country. Try to' think of .:.
higher that every five working taxpayers carry end of each year looking back methods of .'!i '
and higher tax bills, with their tax TWO of their neighbors on their backs over the events of that year ,and practice energy in your home conserving -,
down the drain in welfare and analyzing your accomplishments
money going and the with auto-
work and
one a government employe, and failures? at your
payments to those who do not deserve other a welfare recipient, we )have no And then planning for the newtyear mobile.

welfare in many instances, and food reason to doubt,his figures Indeed.'it to do bigger and better -Resolve to organize you

jili I stuaps d., those.Avho-use them to buy 'sometimes seem.as if two taxpayers are;/ doings, and detelVl ning.flo*: to I I I 11 tima.and energy, go that you; t
luxury items that cannot be afforded by, carrying FIVE -of their non-working or- make the same mistakes? have a few minutes each day ,
the taxpayers themselves. This does not semi-working neighbors. This always happens to me to' do something you really ___J1_
and then I begin to make resolutions WANT to do.' Perhaps read a
mean to say that all welfare and food t- 1
for the new year.I book learn a new skill, or
''stamp clients are undeserving and Taxpayers seem to be inherently sub-- spend the time playing with Y

payments to those who are will not' be missive and apathetic, but there is sucha I would like to share with the children.

begrudged.But thing as the straw that breaks the you today some' thoughts I -Resolve: to take'a more
nave on resolutions that we, as
camel's hack. Apparently, that time is homemakers and consumers, active interest in community _
the time has come to cease affairs, government, become
near, and those in government school might consider for 1975:
welfare abuses and "featherbedding" in '' involved a worthwhile
systems, and otherrelated, fields should'take church r-T w
highly paid positions of government and the cue, trimming their sails before -Resolve to begin on school project. or community

the school system, as well as business the coming revolt. January 1 to look around your _
and industry. home and yard for potential -Resolve to take advantageof _
hazards to the health and the assistance in accomplishing -
safety of your family, and these resolutionsthat
I begin immediately to correct is offered by the Cooperative -
Sliding Two WaysWe're them. Check for unsafe toys, Extension Service call t
poisons or medicines' within me to learn more about it. I
reach of small children am available to assist you in
glad the holiday season is over, Americans over economic conditionsthat frayed electrical cords and solving many kinds of Guard Unit ,UndergoesRiot
if for no other reason than to quit being have brought the double threat of other hazards that might problems and needs for infor
: prices and growing unemployment cause fires, etc.' mation. My office is in the
'greeted daily by pictures of President spiraling
Ford wearing a red, white, and blue and the President's failure to take Agriculture Building on 301 Training.Company i
-Resolve to give more, North in Starke, P.O. Box 267, .
stocking cap on his head and a grin as effective measures to ease the situation. careful thought to meal my phone No. is 9646554.

wide as a snow ski on his face. planning and to serve more D, 53rd Support General/ ol Florida who in
abroad'and I'm grateful for all the ,the local law enforcement
Goodwill trips diplomatic nutritious, wellbalancedmeals Bn., the local National Guard turn contacts the/ Commander
oncics and the Highway
for the latest polls wonderful I had a
Others must opportunities
agree with dealings with foreign nations have, in to your family, to help In 1974 to be of service and unit underwent a civil disturbance -* Part*:' would be unable to cope of fompun.v' I). Capt.\ !Robert
show that Ford's popularity past administrations, generated supportfor safe guard their health. the help to so many people here,' training problem Saturday -. with it alone. In sucrt a case Kelly.
American people continues to slide, with -Resolve to examine : Dec. 7, The riot control exercise'isshoun
a President's waning popularity. But family financial situation and and It was a pleasure for me to the sheriff's departmentwould
,about as many now disapproving the in its present troubled state, the public to budget more carefullyso meet and work with you. Best Object of the exercise was to request the (Guard's in shove pictures
try
he' is his job as chief wishes for and the unit for actual 'apt. Kelly was representedin
way handling seems to be in no mood for such grand that you can save more. a happy prepare an assistance lorm the Governor this exercise by Lt. Albert

executive, as those who approve.In stand plays. They wish the President Look toward a Christmas inVET prosperous 1975. riot bance condition of such magnitude or civil distur-that w und ho_then contacts approves the the Adjutanttic request! t \Vhisler and Training Sgt. J,

the latest survey, 42 per cent would get off the ski slopes and back into K: Tomlmson. )

approve of his job performance, while 41 the White House to deal with economic NEWSThe

per cent disapprove, and 17 per cent conditions that are worsening. everyday RightOfWaythe ,.

have no opinion. By way of comparison, federal laws applying to Veterans Administration

it was not until May 1973 more than veterans are continually payment. Any widow, TALLAHASSEE The Flo- patrol. sobriety or be subject to
four years after he took office that Mr. Ford's policy of "voluntarism",has changing and we will try to widower or parent who is rida Highway Patrol warns Some people have the license suspension for a period,
President Nixon's popularity had declined failed miserably to turn the economictide. keep you up to date with news receiving Veterans Adminis- party-going drinking drivers mistaken idea that alcoholic of three months. Not<; only does
to the' point where as many dis-' His obvious reluctance to come to' articles. tration benefits, and who is in that alcoholic beverages can beverages stimulate the the drinking driver increasehis
with.the tough decisions that must Current federal laws a nursing home or is so' disabled mar the holiday season for drinker On the contrary, it, chances of being involvedin
his grips
of
;
;approved as approved performance as to require the aid and ...iJl.nt! but the Patrol
the central
with the situation provided for the payment of many motorists, because the depresses nervous! an i
be made to
may
in office.A cope attendance of another and warned i he will also lose his
monthly benefits to certain person chance of being involved in a system retards a person'snormal '
account for' his'slide in the popularity widows and dependent may apply for the additional fatal accident increases after faculties. Only the driving privileges upon con-
key reason for Mr. Ford's decline in polls while sliding down the ski slopes.. parents of deceased veterans benefit, by furnishing the that first drink. ; body processes can overcomethe viction..
popularity_is the widespread concern of and military personnel. Veterans Administration with "In fatal accidents occurring -,. effects of alcohol( and that In stressing the dangers of
Many of these widows and medical evidence of their con- during the month' of' takes time.Florida's. drinking and driving Colonel
.
I (, the eternities ." parents may be eligible for dition. December last year, records traffic law Beach said. "If you are going'
"Read ; ., additional benefits if their Persons who have served in indicate that 73 drivers had requires drivers arrested for to' drink, make arrangementsto
''" health is such that they must the Army, I'aAir: Force or been drinking," says Colonel driving while intoxicated to let someone else who "is not

Not long ago an important writer gave c: ay." What he,would forget is that it have help from another Marine Corps Reserves or in Eldridge Beach director of. submit to a chemical test for drinking... do the driving.
if the National Guard
person, or they are patientsin Army -
:> lot of people.goose'Sesh when he was different then too- nursing homes.Dependency frequently ask whether they .
wrote that he expected that within a Can you believe that.the Creator' and indemnity are eligible for any veterans Letters to the Editor., i.
benefits under State
compensation is the benefit or
dozen years all of us would be wiped created this wonderful world as I a paid to widows widowers and Federal laws according to W matters where often'a restraining ot these tacilities.I .
would doDO plaything to be destroyed when He dependent of B. Mackall. director of the Honorable Frank Williams tage
from the earth. It probably parents persons order is needed tokel'p I trust you will do everything
like him tired of it? few of think who died on-or.after January State of Florida's Division of House of Representatives feuding spouses from possible to see that the
remind prophets
good to got Quite a us Veteran Affairs. P. O Box 1063
1. 1957. while on active duty in each! other's throat ,and in Circuit Court Judge's office in
that writers, as important as he, were not; He did too careful a job of itl! It the Armed Forces of the The current UI Bill. Starke, Florida 32091 matters involving juveniles. the Bradford County Courthouse
,
making predictions like that a century was Henry Thoreau who admonishedus United States. This same providing benefits for certain Dear Mr. Williams: Without a local CircuitJudge's is properly funded so
benefit is paid to the depen- served the office will remain
who in office these matters that the
persons
ago. Undoubtedly his answer would to, "Read not the'tlmes; read the dents of veterans whose death Armed Forces-of the United As you are aware there move is will undoubtedly have to be. open in the future. 1 likewise

be, "But the situation is different to-, eternities are caused by a disease or States. came into being on afoot apparantly to close a the strong office of the 'processed through the hope you will do everything in
e Injury which was incurred I March 3. 1968. when the Circuit Judge In the Bradford Alachua County Courthouseand your power to see that the
y r during military service. President signed Public: Law Courthouse. I assume sooner or later: will citizens of Bradford County
Widows and widowers who are 89-358 into force. This law County the reasoning for doing this is probably end up being tried in have access to a Circuit Judge
BRADFORD Coijtili' receiving Veterans Administration provided GI home loans centralized adminis- Alachua County. 'This will who can hear and determine
to have a
'Iio benefits, and who are educational assistance, trative for the Eighth cause the citizens of Bradford matters involving local legal
system
tE'"t. so disabled as to require the medical care and other Judicial Circuit operating out County to have to drive 25 or problems in the Bradford
assistance of another person benefits to persons who served of the Alachua County Court- so miles to the Alachua County Courthouse, not in the
!Wap r will receive $64 a month aid' on active duty with the Armed house. I can see where this County Courthouse when by 'Alachua County Courthouse.
and attendance-allowance. "orces'and who were be of benefit to Alachua all rights they should be ableto
I This allowance is in additionto honorably discharged or may Bradford attend to such matters at If t can be of any assistanceto
wn BOB a FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER' the regular:Veterans Ad- released after, serving 180 County County.is However also one, of the six the Bradford County Court-, you in resolving this' "

,, PublWwm ministration payment, clays,or more ''counties that make up the,. house. We have a beautiful., matter I will be' more" than
< received : each month.' 'modem, spacious Courthouse' ,happy to oblige. t,j,
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11thIrNdMdsIMaedN-NUNM asascudCYMMMMINt/slnatOffio.NSfMkeFY.anda/AOI! The Bradford i County Eighth Judicial Circuit'' t
Dependent parents on the Veterans Service Office Is in There are numerous In: which I feel is second to none '

MIIdt 3. SubwriptkMirathtradTM: MpwyMR /3.60.i.montr.. ji dependency rolls,' and receive compensation $35 a- ;the Courthouse and is open stances when a local citizen In the State of Florida. It PIERCE 4 HARDY Sincerel7 '' ,

J.. : 011M ObINMt. *7pryM>: M.OO.xmonttv. month aid may and attendance;> a\each week all day Monday and may need immadatearsto would be a real tragedy if the ,,Pt I. :' J
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i: fy 4+ : '. .1 Suite,Re. I allowance, plus )Ih'' regular' ..Wednesday until 12:00: noon. a Circuit Judge. Two of the ,citizens of Bradford Countyare By'i Dudley p ,

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I: New Florida Tax Exemption Application Deadline Is March 1 Under New Law.. Legals '- I

new state law moved the date
to for tax to That deadline includes senior citizens seeking double widows' exemptions Long '
Deadline apply March 1, according month. plans and contract documents
one will be
of all types has Gene homestead exemptions, exemptions,and those seeking points out. The application up hereof, or the same
II exemptions Property Appraiser deadline was April 1, but aX Long also has a new title, barred. Each claim or demand in good condition, within ten
been moved up one month, to Long. agricultural exemptions disability exemptions and that of "property appraiser," shall be in writing and shall days after date set for openingof
after passage of an amend- of residence and bids. If general contractors
----------- state the place
ment to the Florida Constitution office address of the desire more than one set of
post
The amendment claimant and shall be sworn to plans and specifications, these
resulted from a drive by state by the claimant agent, or attorney may be obtained by paying cost
.+ IMPORTANT I TIE4 property assessors to change of duplication. which will not be
their title from "tax Dated at Lake City, Florida, refunddble.
t assessor," in an effort to this 18th day of December: A.D. Subcontractors and material
eliminate connection with purchase draw-
any 1974. suppliers may
them setting taxes. ings and specifications from
> To Tax Payers And Property Owners %.... The assessors,now property Mary Anne Upsey Smithas architect by paying cost of
C appraisers want it understood Personal Representative124t duplication and handling at rate
P'piP they have nothing to 1/23 of $1.00 per sheet for drawingsand
do with establishing propertytax $5.00 per sot for specifications -
Please Read Carefully *, rates or of setting the .
\\ millage levy. Property appraiser IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Bidders' qualifications must
the new constitutional THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR be satisfactory to Bradford
title better describes their CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR County Board of County Com-
One Or More Of The Following Forms Will Be Mailed function, that of appraisingthe BRADFORD COUNTY. CASE missioners of Starke Florida.
value of property.SERVICE NO. 74322. Owner reserves right to waive
Informalities in any bid and to
J IN RE: The Marriage of accept any bid they consider to
By Jan. 1st 1975 MARSHA N. CRASS be from lowest responsible
MENPvt. Petitioner bidder and to reject any and all
,
I :
and bids
,
4 JOHN HARLEY CRASS,

1. Homestead Exemption Renewal Application: Larry Edwards Respondent. BRADFORD COUNTY COUNTY COMMIS-BOARDOF

According to Sec. 7, Article 4, of the Florida Constitution every person who has Trains In Missiles NOTICE OF SUIT SIONERS, STARKE, FLORIDABy
Ft Sill Okla. Nov. 26 -
been receiving homestead exemption and those expecting to receive it for the first Army Private Larry F. Ed- TO: JOHN HARLEY CRASS : Ralph P. Bryan Chairman

time, should, without fail, sign the application on or before March 1st of each year wards, 18, son of Mrs. V. Address Unknown 12/193t'1/2
Conner, Starke completed a
with the Property' Appraiser. seven-week Pershing missile YOU ARE HEREBY

crewman course at the U.S. NOTIFIED that an action for NOTICE OFSHERIFF'S
Army Field Artillery Training dissolution of marriage has been SALE

ATTENTION: April 1 Deadline changed to March 1. Center During, Ft.the Sill course, Okla. he was filed required against to serve you a and copy you of your are Dolph Notice is E. hereby Reddish given, Sheriff that of I I.

Homeowners filing application for Homestead Exemption for the first time are trained firing in of the the maintenanceand Pershing a written RICHARD defenses E. WELTY, if any Attorneyfor to it on Bradford County, Florida, under

required to do so in person. They should bring with them to the County Assessor'soffice surface-to-surface, forward Petitioner, whose address is and by virtue Wit of Writ of

satisfactory proof of ownership and occupancy of their home as of January 1, area troop support missile. He 115 N. Walnut Street P.O. Box Execution to :
also learned the transportation 995 Starke, Florida, 32091 and
1975. skills required for reliable file the original with the Clerk of Execution issued out of County
Court of Bradford County,
weapons deployment and the the above-styled Court on or
ability to assemble and arm before January 13, 1975, Florida pursuant to a final judy
2. Mobile Home Owners otherwise be ment for Daniel Eubanks d/b/a
: the weapon for maximum a judgment may
Eubanks Well Drilling and
tactical effect. entered against you for the relief
All mobile homeowners must have an RP tag before homestead application can be His father Tommy F. demanded In the Petition. against E. M. Tucker and LorettaY.
Tucker, defendant the
in
allowed, one must furnish Serial No. and Title No. if known. Edwards lives at 603 E. WITNESS my hand and the amount of $818.00 together with
Bridges St., Starke. seal of said Court on the 6th day
of December 1974.GILBERTS. costs of collection.

3. Additional $5000 Homestead
Exemption: I BROWNAS Have seized and have in our
CLERK OF SAID COURT possession the following
To Qualify For This Additional Homestead Exemption.Of $5,000. I described personal property to

The Applicant Must: .. I'I By Beulah Deputy M. Moody Clerk vet:

12/12 4t 1/2 1973 Ford Maverick
A. Qualify For A Regular Homestead Exemption.B. 2 dr 8 cvl
ID No. 3K93R213488Tag
NOTICE TO BID
Be Sixty-Five ((65)) Years Of Age Or Older As Of January' 1 Of This Year.C. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN No. 45141As

I THAT THE CITY COUNCIL OF
Have been A Permanent'Resident' Of The State Of Florida For The Five ((5)I THE CITY OF LAWTEY the property of the above

Consecutive Years Prior To January 1 Of This Year.D. FLORIDA WILL RECEIVE named Monday defendant the 13th and day that on of
SEALED PROPOSALS FOR
Make Application In Person In The Tax Assessor's Office. CONSTRUCTION OF A WATER January noon on 1975 said at twelve day on o'clock the
SUPPLY FACILITY CONSISTING
of the Bradford
OF A WATER DISTRIBUTION premises CountyJail
I will offer for sale and sell
4. $500 Disability Exemption: AND TREATMENT
to the highest bidder for cash in
\IV'ilh\ best PLANT FACILITIES AT THE
hand, the above described
Every Florida resident who is blind or is totally and permanently disabled qualifiesfor OFFICE OF THE CITY CLERK property of said defendant to

this exemption. Furthermore, any serviceman disabled at least 10 percent' in war ..' ."''.. fishes\ for* CITY, HALL ON OR, LAWTEY BEFORE FLORIDA BUT satisfy the aforesaid Execution.

,, r'1 .or-- ,by service' '' connected' misfortune. -- is- entitled,.to,.... -a- -5500exemp".. flon. t-. ",' .t. f :VI'.:'/."'''' I _. .NOT.. LATER THAN 2:00: P-M.. --Dofph' E.-Reddish- ';>Sheriff
,", JANUARY 14, 1975, AND IMMEDIATELY
If filing for the first time, please present at lea'st'one of the following as proof, of' rhoDoyle THEREAFTER ALL Bradford County Florida 12/19411/9
BIDS RECEIVED WILL BE PUB
your disability : LICLY OPENED AND PRICES
1. If totally and permanently disabled, a certificate from two ((2)) professionally NC\vedlol BID READ ALOUD.A NOTICE OF

unrelated licensed Florida physicians or from the Veterans' Administration. SHERIFF'S SALE

2. If claiming 10 percent wartime or service connected disability, a certificate of COPY OF PLANS ARE AND ON SPECIFICATIONS FILE- Notice Dolph is E. hereby Reddish given Sheriff that of I I.
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disability from the United States Government. AND ARE AVAILABLE UPON Bradford County, Florida under

3. If claiming exemption based on blindness, a certificate from the Florida Bureauof --- PAYMENT OF $40.00 PER SET and by virtue of Writ of
AT THE OFFICE OF SVERDRUP
Blind Services of the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation of the Department of -- &PARCEL AND ASSOCIATES Execution to Wit:

Health and Rehabilitative Services or the Federal Social Security Administration or INC,2512 S. W. 34th STREET Execution issued out of County

the Veterans' Administration certifying the applicant to be blind. "Blind person" is GAINESVILLE FLORIDA. Court of Alachua County,
Florida pursuant to a final judg-
defined as an individual having central vision acuity 20-200 or less in the better eye ___1 CITY OF LAWTEYBy ment for Household Finance

with correcting glasses, or a disqualifying field defect in which the peripheral field Corporation against Alphonso

has contracted to such an extent that the widest diameter or visual field subtends an : LUCILLE SHUFORD CLERK Chandler Joann Chandler and
12/19 4T 1/9 Claude Kinsler, defendants in
angular distance no greater than twenty degrees. the amount of $751.29 together
with costs of collection.
INVITATION TO BID

5. $4,500 Additional Disability Exemption: Lw Bradford Sealed bids County will be received Board by of Have seized and the have following in our
possession
County Commissioners of
To be eligible you must : Starke Florida at the Commission described personal property to

Meeting Room, Bradford Wit:

1. Qualify for Homestead Exemption as explained. r Count" Courthouse Starke 1969 Pontiac GTOID
Florida up to 10:00: A.M. E. S.
2. Qualify for the $500 Disability Exemption as totally and permanently disabled I T on January 6, 1975 at which No. 242379P347197Tag
No. 11W8933As
resident. = time and place all bids receivedwill

3. Have been a permanent resident of the State of Florida for five (5) consecutive aloud be publicly for furnishing opened and of read all the property of the above

years prior to date of application.If materials and labor and con- named defendants and that on
Monday the 13th day of
structing:
filing for the first time be prepared to attest under oath that you have been a E. January, 1975 at twelve o'clock
RENOVATIONS AND noon on said day on the
resident for the past five (5)) years. Proof of disability must be presented as above. ConnerInsurance ADDITION TO premises of the Bradford County

j This exemption is not available to persons granted the $5,000 Senior's Additional BRADFORD COUNTY JAIL Jail I will offer for sale and sell
STARKE FLORIDA to the highest bidder for cash in
Homestead Exemption.
hand, the above described
Any bid received after speci- property of said defendants to

NOTICE : Florida Law provides that the sum of the above exemptions shall not Agency fied considered.Each time and. date will not be satisfy the aforesaid Execution.

exceed $10,000. bid must be accom Dolph E. Reddish. Sheriff
panied by certified check. Bradford County Florida
6. 222 N. Temple Ave. cashier's check or bid bond in 12/19411/9
Agricultural[ Zoning
Application: ", amount of at least 5% of base
964.7369 bid. as guarantee that bidder. if IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
In accordance with Chapter 193.201 of the Florida Statutes an application for awarded contract, will, within THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR-

Agricultural assessment must be filed on all lands being used for a bona fide farming ten consecutive calendar days CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
after written notice being givenof BRADFORD COUNTY
operation to be eligible for the agriculture assessment. Legal.I.IN such award enter Into written CASE NO. 74332In
contract with Bradford County
Board of County Commissionersof Re: The Marriage of JAMESE.
7. Personal Property Tax Returns: CIRCUIT COURT-EIGHTH Starke, Florida in accord with BARDIN Petitioner and
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT-' accepted bid and give contract LETA J. BARDIN Respondent.

Must be filed by April 1, 1975. FLORIDAIN BRADFORD COUNTY.. bond performance with bonding arid payment company NOTICE OF SUIT

PROBATE meeting requirements set forth ToLETA: J. BARDIN
INCLUDE : No.74-335-CP In these specifications to said c/o Bill BillingsleyN.
owner in amount equal to 100%!! W. 6th Street
Stocks of Merchandise .'J; In RE: Estate of of contract price. Dimmitt Texas 79027

Equipment and Furnishings, FOSTER SHI SMITH No bidder may withdraw his
Machinery Livestock Deceased. bid for period of 30 days after YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
or date set for operning thereof
that an action for dissolution of
Tractors, Farm Equipment NOTICE TOCREDITORS All work shall be done in marriage has been filed againstyou
'- accord with plans specificationsand and you are required to
Returns Will Be Mailed From Tallahassee .I contract documents relative serve a copy of your written
8. Intangible Tax. To All Creditors anti All Persons thereto as prepared by Moore, defenses i ii! any, to It on
Having Claims or Demands May and Harrington,Architects RICHARD E. WELTY, Attorney
Again we solicit and encourage your continued cooperation in handling all of these Against Said Estate:, Inc., Palatka Florida. Plans for Petitioner, whose address is

tax matters. If we can be of any assistance, please feel welcome to call on us. specifications and contract 114 N.Walnut Street. P. O. Box
You are hereby notified and documents may be examined at 995, Starke, Florida. 32091, and
required to present any claims the Clerk's office In the Bradford file the original with the Clerk of
Sincerely, and demands which you may County Courthouse Starke the above-styled Court on "or
have against the estate of Florida or at the office of the before January 20. 1976, otherwise
FOSTER SHI SMITH deceasedlate architect at 108 North Palm a Judgment may be entered
of Bradford County Florida, Avenue. Palatka, Florida. against you for the relief.
to the Circuit Judges of Bradford One set of plans and contract demanded in the Petition.
County,and file the same M''' documents-and forms for bidding WITNESS my hand and the
GENE LONG C.F.A. duplicate and a*. provided in may be secured by general seal of said Court on the .17th
?.r Section 733.16, Florida contractors only from office of day of December, 1974.GILBERTS '
Statutes, in the office of the architect, by depositing
Property Clerk of Circuit Court of therewith $25.00. Deposit from BROWNAs
Appraiser
Bradford County Florida within general contractors will ,.be Clerk of Said Court
four calendar month from the refunded upon submission of' By: Beuleh M. Moody
,1ime of "the? first, publication: ,bona fide bid and return of.said 12/19/ 4t 1/9

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January 2, 1975 TKLKOKAPII: r iK/(('ll




I Ocala Disappointing.... Revised Policies Are Approved By School Board .. SS Wiring

(From Page 8)) duties during the season and

both did reliable jobs. STARKE With few promotion" was used by board authorization.At .
Edwards Cox moved from BUS Principal Charles session the school administrative securing CorrectionAuthorized
Mississippi as a center and Wayne Scott,and Randall changes from the previous Chairman Rodney Hall School to Francis at its Jan 13 meetingon staff pushed to have bids the same time, the school
moved to the tackle spot with Hudson both saw experienceat week's discussion, revised describe the situation.members how he Is implementing the opened at appointed times board indicated it would like
little difficulty to make a the tackle spots along with School Board policies were administrative staff educational current closed campus policy. other than at public board to have bids on every item
heavy contribution to the line. Mike Odom and Curtis Crawford adopted in a unanimous vote reiterated the studentson The board realizes that BHS meetings, Reason given was possible.
Edwards, a 6'1 226 pound Odom, Crawford and Monday night, Dec. 23, and philosphy of passing students currently leave the to expidite the bidding
junior had a fine year and Scott all have good opportunities will govern operation of to prevent and older campus in numbers.The process. The board was to Supt. Jim Temple said his
could be a college prospect if to see a lot of football schools here. student being in a class with board has also asked have received an analysis of staff simply let slide the Two work orders have been

he works on weight and action next year, Hudson is a The Bradford school board much younger children. that its position on being bids at a public meeting when matter of opening bids outsidea issued by the Bradford School
has
strength, according to Nurse senior. was pushing to adopt revised The high school faculty responsible for students be the award would have been public meeting to save any Board to correct deficient
P.J. Jenkins and Emmett Donnie Neel and Danny operational guidelines before approved making ninth grade clarified. There is discussion made.At dissension with the school electrical wiring in Southside
Bright shared the split end Anderson both saw some the new year so the policies courses count toward graduation whether the board Is legally last Monday's session, board. Elementary School, where
action at the center spot and could be in effect before the and the school board went responsible for students who however, the change in bid- new lighting is being installed.

both played on the extra point state's Administrative Procedures along with that basic policy leave the campus should ding process received little Changes in wording were
team. "They contributed Act became law Jan. 1 change. Major reason cited something happen to a studentoff mention. The school board did made in policies other than The $1,500 of additional
strongly to the success of our for local government agen- was that too many freshmenin campus. authorize the administrative those mentioned above, but work will place separate
kicking game," says Hurse. cies. After that date any high school have been After pushing two weeks staff to call for bids on itemsof discussion centered around circuits for lighting and wall
Randy Williams and policy change must be advertised saying they don't care ago at the first policy change $1,000 or less without first the policies mentioned. plugs in each of the class-
the
Rudolph Lennon were substitutes and a public hearing whether or not they pass in rooms so that overloading will
at the split end spot held.Major ninth grade because those not occur.
and both put out good efforts policy changes came courses don't count toward

during the year.. in the following areas: graduation. So from now on 20 3 Architectural Firms The two change orders were
maternity leave,bid openings, credits will be required for recommended by architectDon

It's Possible Now making ninth grade courses graduation, instead of 15. Morgan after an elec-
A.k With count for credit for graduation Another policy change gives trician .t the site noted that
than present 100,000 knowledgemore additional and a revamped failure teachers the privelege of Heard By School BoardSTARKE the circuit breaks when lightsin

Charley lives could be saved yearly policy. using sick leave as maternity two classrooms are turned 1
from if Much discussion centered leave. Henceforth, a teacher on at the same time. New +
E.John. acted on cancer the American everybody Cancer around ,the failure policy will be allowed 20 days unpaid Several hours good, the best reference of an posed to a board architect. lighting fixtures are being

Society's advice to seek early which previously allowed no maternity leave, but there- were spent Friday Dec. :27, by architect would be a recom- Architect Don Morgan of installed which apparently i
diagnosis and prompt treat- student to spend more than after may use any accrued the Bradford School Board mendation from persons who Keystone Heights has been the draw more current than the
>u"A ment. ACS also says: Get an two years in one grade. The sick leave and be paid for it. listening to oral presentationsby use the buildings constructedby school board architect for the old lights.

annual health checkup. new policy allows one failurein Previous policy allowed three architectural firms the firm.. past five years but the three The lights are being In-
grades 1-5 and one failure in maternity leave but totally seeking to be project architectfor Supt. Jim Temple praisedthe new board members several stalled in conjunction with an
careless act can cause' Simple and Quick grades 6-8, but no student may without pay. the board s $12 million in board for listening to all weeks ago indicated they wishto air-conditioning heating and

another person to lose his' One simple way for a spend more than 10 years in The current closed campus construction planned for 1975. three presentations one day in negotiate with a new architect lowering of ceilings and new
sight.Jiia masculinity..and woman to safeguard herself the first eight grades or be re- policy for Bradford High A selection of one of the the middle of the holiday for the 1975 projects. lighting at Starke Elementaryas
tained more than in the School was discussed at will made is still working with
against breast is to once firms be at the season. Morgan well Southside. Com-
cancer as
result in law suit for1
a practice breast selfexamination same grade. length, the board finally board's Jan. 13 regular "This has speeded up the the board on Phase 3 of BHS, pletion date is set for January.
$100,000 or more. The each month. Your School board members felt deciding its present closed meeting. The firms will be eventual appointment of an the new operations center, Cost of the project, both
usual $10,000 personal American Cancer Society hasa students have been being campus policy is what it ranked in order of preference.A architect by a month," and the lighting, and air-con- schools included, is $146,000
liability policy is no longer free leaflet that tells passed when they have not wants. However, the board secret ballot last Friday Temple said. The new architect ditioning projects at Starke The $1,500 change order is in
adequate. Can the CharleyE. how. you deserved it. The term "social has asked for a report from by the board indicated the top will design buildings and Southside Elementary addition to that.. '

choice to be Craig Salley and valued at $1.2 million at Bradford Schools. The change order was first
Johns Agency increasemy Associates of Gainesville High School, Bradford
the board at its
suggested to
.
U.S. FLA.INDEPENDENT
301 N ,
Comprehensive'Personal STARKE. Middle School Starke and Remember this
currently architect for the Monday meeting two weeks
Liability to, S & W'MUFFLER SHOPS Union County School Board. Southside ElementarySchools. A yearly health checkup is ago. But neither Architect i

$100,000_.even SIOOOOOO'for DEALER Other firms making presenta- part of the battle against Don Morgan or his engineer
tions were Moore, May, and Two new classroom buildings cancer in which the American Roy Turknett were presentand
just a "few dollars more IMUFFLERS Harrington of Gainesville and will go up at BHS, one at Cancer Society wants every the board set a special

premium? >> Eoghan Kelley and Associatesof the middle school, and a one to enlist. meeting Friday morning,

.0 1 Sanford. All three firms had section of three rooms each Dec. ::1:1. to decide on the
Charley E. been heard by the school for kindergarten classes will Hit It Early change order.

board a year ago when Architect go up at each elementaryA Cancer is most curable Another additon to the project
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JOHNS AGENCY / Don Morgan was when it's caught early and which is currently under
BRAKES chosen A decision has already been treated promptly. The consideration by the school

131 SO. WALNUT ST. STARTERS SHOCKS Board Member Arthur made by the school board to American Cancer Society board is the heating and

PHONE 9H4-5O7O GENERATORS PH.; 964-5677 ELECT Ijdf AI Gaskins said even though all name an architect only for the urges everyone to have an cooling of the administrativesuite

ALTERNATORS CUSTOM, TAIL PIPE' BENDING DARTS the presentations sounded 197S! building project, as op annual feeling great.checkup even when ,at, Starke Elementary.


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FOR SALE: 3 year old half'appaloosa

half quarter mare; .
CLASSIFIED AD halter broke, excellent price to FOR RENT Mobile "Home FOR SALE: Cash register
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Call Sue, 964-8775 or 9646114. 't WANTED mo.,3milesfromcityllmitsat Adding Machine ribbons at Call in to see if we have your

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Tuesday'' Noon !, Morgan Road. Ph. 964-6606. browse at The Office Shop.

5 clean and FOR SALE Used solid bouy tfchg .
preceding Thursday FOR SALE Very ry
C Gibson guitar with Gibson -..--....----- FOR SALE AUtypes, of
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before publication nice, i2 bedroom FOR SALE:.1,4UeringGuld9Luc- I. ; . : ... BRASINGTONHC'ADIU.
1 MlnimCharge ; dwelling; central heat. 1 bsthy*, amplifier, at Dahmers Sticker stencil and CoforedPArfciidI'rieoclib
,- 12.00 (Covers is electric"refrigerator Discount, tfchg, Ai The Office Shop.t ,Colorbrlte ..U'-OI.1>SMOIHI..KSAI.KS&KltICK: :
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$17,500. See me quick this la J.B.'Vhite.' .. Phone 964-6114 tfchg. and also Mongol colored 2MM( \.\\'. lath: :I7H-5.UII: )
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Wa now have a fulltime oppClpaid for in advance unless you layaway now'for Xmas at remodeling,repairing, large or membership Is a DESIRE to A.J.ThomasRealtor
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/ needs. system, as new. Retail ..:. !964-8253. 1/2 1/30 964-7819 or 964-5148. 1f2. '
with the Telegraph. In that -------- 5tp .
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Call Badcocks for billing. Not responsible for -- metal Social Security plates WANTED: Mature Woman to ------------ Used machines available. Permanently installed 2 BR, 2
----- with nauga-htde carrying case and REF"AlR Ba, mobile home on
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9 4S2BSVE errors when given over the care for children light SEWING,MACHINE Repairs all makes.
FOR SALE 1969 Wlnnebego, only $2. Free catalog. H. 473-3640 and Expert lake. Priced right with
phone or when Is not housekeeping. or All makes cleaned, oiled., Parts and Accessories for all good
and copy to the office. 22. extra nice, 2 A/C fully Colston Import/Export. Box 389.61141Jax1( ).. lip adjusted, $7. All Work terms.
typed brought I
Built In central
I self contained, 1500 equity & 374, Starke, Ra. 12/5 6 tp 1/9. _____------- guaranteed. James vacuums. _
take up payments. 964-6217. -...--.-. ------- POSITION WANTED: Young Strickland, Morgan Road and vacuum cleaning systems. 712 2 very nice building lots with lake
$ $. Itp FOR SALE: 8 by 9 Linoleum woman, 38, no ties to live in SR-16. Ph. 964-8733 or 782- N. Main Gainesville 376-7110. access paved road near
: ---' $3,98, 9 by 12 Unoteum$7.98. as Bitter for elderly. Small 31BS.Alsoadasoresharpened TF 700000. Terms. 1 lot for
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(OMC TRUCKS Barracuda convertible ,with stock. Hundreds to 'choose 1666. tfchg. --- ,
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BUICK PONTIAC' air$400 or beatofer.Ph,964from at Dahmers Discount. ------------ g--------- work 20 Acres out of City, with It.
NEW & USED 8067..12/28" 1/'. tfchg CAL.SPLUMBING pale, septic, tic, & well.
"A LITTLE RIDE CAN or Repair and Construction.All 023,000,00,
YOU A TF' Machines -- -Snub ----------- leave. at Jackson Building I work done by Licensed
LOT" ,
LSAVE SPRINGS Sewing .,FOR SALE 38 nose ." t fOR RENT J Supply, Starke or Keystone Plumber. Phone 9646947.
Other
COVE Revolvers $49.95, 22 hand : acreage tracts larger and
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Vacuum Cleaners guns from .19.95, 357. HOUSES fOR'S'LE. Heights...tfchg.OBILE'HOME 1024.74 16tp 11675.Davidson smaller, priced right with terms.
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. ____-:. BROOKER IN BRIEF 'By Jeannette Prescott -' --.-;.-_ Community NewsCLUB I


Eddie Cas tUn,3, Dec. 17, on their way to Mr. Dwayne Whitman,on Sunday, with burial in Sefner Ceme-
Celebrates Birthday and Mrs. Eddie Williams in Dec. 22. One present was a tery on Thursday, Dec. 19. NEWS
Mrs. Joyce Castlin honoredher Plant City to make funeral Christian record cut by her Mrs. Ginn was 80 years old, The Carnation Social and By Elizabeth Givens Walker 1
little grandson, Eddie arrangements for their cousins, "The McNatt's" in the last surviving child of the Saving Club will meet Mon- Meeting. Sunday services will held December 30 in Lincoln and deacon of the Enon
Castltn, with a birthday partyon mother, Mrs. Amerine Gmn. Tampa. Fowler's. day,January 6,at the home of begin with Church School at 10 City in connection with the Baptist Church of Phila-
Saturday, Dec. 21. Eddie Mr. and Mrs Ed Hoover of Residents of Brooker will Mr. and Mrs. Ercell Ed- Mrs. Burtis Robinson In a.m. Morning service at 11 Emancipation program by the delphia.Surviving.
was three years old on Friday, Land-O-Lakes; Mrs. Sharon remember Mrs. Amarine wards of Salt Springs were Lincoln City. The president is a.m. Communion service at 4 NAACP. Everyone is invitedto are his widow,
Dec. 20.Eddie. Miller and three week old Ginn as the former Amarine visiting his sister, Mrs. Eva asking all members to pleasebe ( attend. Margaret Pringle, and four
and his little friends baby daughter, Mellissa, of Fowler, daughter of the late Harrell, in Brooker last present. p.m.Greater Allen Chapel Sunday services will begin step-children, all of Phila-
had lots of fun riding his pony. Tampa, visited their grand- Frank and Lizzie Fowler. Friday, Dec. 20. A.M.E. Church, Rev. R.G. with Church School at 9:4: :). delphia; his mother, Mrs.
Birthday cake and ice cream daughter, neice, and cousin, Attending the funeral of Mrs. Mrs. W.M. Andrews and SCHOOL NEWS Heastle, pastor. Services as Morning service at 11 a.m. Minnie Pringle, Starke; six
were served. Rhonda Whitman, to bring Ginn were Mr. and Mrs. Paul family of Mandarin visited Schools will open for the follows: Friday night, Evening service at 7. p.m. sisters, Mrs. Rosa .Tyson,
Christmas presents from Johnson and Claude Prescott. Mrs.Eva Harrell Friday after New Year January 6 for January 3, Prayer Meetingand Mt. Pisgah A.M.E. Church. West Palm Beach, Mrs.:Llllie
PERSONALS them and her uncles, W.C. and The funeral was in Plant City visiting Dedan Cemetery.Rev. teachers and January 7 for Class Meeting combined. Rev. B.J. Franklin, pastor. Parrish, Mrs. Sephornia
Mr.and Mrs.Ambus Ginn of and Mrs. Vernon students. Everyone is looking Sunday services will begin I Services will begin with Parrish, and Mrs. Annie'
Laurens,S,C. and Frank Ginnof Williamson and Renee, of forward for a prosperous New with Church School at 10 a.m.. Church school at 10 to.m. Yearty, all of Dania; Mrs.
Clinton, S.C. visited relatives Jacksonville, visited Mr.and Year. Communion service at 11 a.m. Communion will be given in Canner Jackson, Daytona
Brooker on Tuesday, Mrs. C.J. Stalnaker and and at 5:30.: All members are the 11 a.m..service. and at 4 Beach, and Mrs. Josephine
family on Christmas Day for CHURCH NEWS asked to please cooperate with p.m. service McClendon, Bronson; two
dinner. Rev. Williamson is a Greater Bethlehem Freewill all activities of the church for brothers, Taylor J. and
former pastor of Brooker Baptist Church. Rev. success. ROBERT PRINGLE Malachai Yeadon, both of
Baptist Church. Mrs. Ethel Jasper Williams, pastor. Ser- Ebenezer Baptist Church, Robert C. Pringle, formerlyof Philadelphia.Funeral .
Stalnaker of Orlando spent vice schedule as follows: Rev. Leroy' Davis, pastor. Starke, died Friday, Dec, services were heldat
Tuesday night and Wednesdaywith Tuesday night Watch service Watch Night services will be 27, in Philadelphia, Pa. lie Enon Baptist Church in
the Stalnakers. will start at 10 p.m. Saturday was a retired postal employee Philadelphia.
Mr. and Mrs. Zedra regular Sunday School "EATBLACKEYE PEAS L.. .
? Hamilton are spending this teachers monthly conference Atlanta Is it fact or fiction '
week at their camp in Astor in will be held at 6 p.m. All that good luck will follow you
the scrub. teachers are asked to pleasebe
U every day of the year if you
Mr. C.M. Phillips of Sanford present. Sunday is a eat blackeye peas and corn
visited Mrs. Eva Harrell pastoral day. Services will bread New
on Years Day?
Tuesday, Christmas Eve. begin with Church School at
For some eating
,''I7' ? Mrs. Margie Mott is In 9:30.: Morning service at 11 people becomes New
-cT blackeye a
\H'ilh best Dinner will be served peas
: : serious condition in Bradford a.m. at Year's Day occasion.for an at-
County Hospital in Starke. 12:30.: League will be held at 4 home party. Blackeye
.: Please keep her in your p.m. At 6 p.m. Communionand served right along peasare with
\\ishcs lot Foot will be held.
prayers. Washing buffet food. For others, it
qT Mrs. Ruby Hodges visited Visitors are always welcome. becomes the main dish.
her daughter, Mrs. Bobby New Bethel Baptist Church For whatever reason,
I rheNcwearol Gnann in Middleburg on Rev. Leroy Davis, pastor. December is a good time to
Thursday, Dec. 19. They Service schedule as follows:
put in a supply of dry beans
visited There will be New Years
Mrs. Hodges' other a
for all School and dry peas. According to Wide choice of proofs One per subject-two par family
daughter, Mrs. Doris Snyder, party Sunday
marketing specialists! of the ,
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Groups $1.00 extra par person Cannot be used In conjunction
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Service, they are both in
--. Friday.Mr. 7:30: Choir No. 1 will rehearse.
plentiful supply now.
1 and Mrs. Saturday at 4
Evan Hodges pm. Prayer
Some of the good things I '
(attended a Christmas Party Meeting and Bible Class will
about these two hearty food
given by Mr.and Mrs. George be held. Sunday services will products include: AT'MITCHELL'S
-- Lovelace on Christmas Eve. be concluded with Church
in
-Easy storage.They come
Mr.and Mrs. Carl Edwards, School at 10 a.m.Mt.Moriah small packages and requireno
Mr. and Mrs. George Love- and Pleasant need
refrigeration. They
lace, Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Grove United Methodist to be tightly covered REXALL DRUGS
Hodges Jr. of Hampton Lake, Parish Rev. Willie Stitt, and only I m a cool kept place.
Mr. and Mrs. Randy Hodgesand pastor. Service'schedule as -Long shelf life. When 127 E. Call St. STARKE, FLA
baby, of Starke, had follows: Weekly services properly stored they are
Christmas Day supper with began at Mt.Moriah with available for emergency
their parents and grandparents Choir rehearsal Wednesday at meals or regular meal THURS & FRI Jan 2 & 3
Mr. and Mrs. Evan 7 p.m. Sunday School at 10
Hodges and Mrs. Mamie a.m. Communion service at 11 planning.-Not a seasonaT food. Theyare

L Hodges.Mr. a.m.Pleasant good the year 'round. HOURS
.
.and Mrs. Bud Jones and Grove United '-Food value. They are an
Peace children, of Georgia, visited Methodist Church Watch
prosperity excellent source of proteinand
and happinessbe the Hodges on Christmas Day. Night service will begin at 10 other essential nutrients. 10 AM TO 6 PM
Mr. and Mrs. Al Rain and p.m. Tuesday night. Wednes- -Combine well. Used in chilior
yours with Robin, of Archer, visited their day night at 7:30 Bible Class. bean or pea soup with NO AGE LIMIT
the New Year. I mother, Mrs. Mamie Hodges, Thursday night Prayer bacon, they form a powerful
Christmas
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Little Audry Pierce and

Amy Joe Jones spent Christ- I ..
mas night with the Hodges.


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:, ... CHURCH Auburndale spent the holidayswith
L.N.Pickering Christine Lewis of Sparta, and Lori Nettles,all of Starke;;.,..Rev. John Strickland con- Church Of ACTIVITIES God her daughter and son-in- ,
Ga.; two brothers: Wynn W. brother Richard E. ', ducting. Interment was In : Sunday
one Cook School 10 by Elizabeth Terry law, Mr. and Mrs. W.F. Alt-
a.m. Ser-
Worship
Luther N. Pickering 81, of Sargent of Sparta, Ga., and Tifton Ga.; three sisters, "Evergreen Cemetery with vices wood and family and her

Starke, died Friday, Dec. 27. Bryan Sargent of Atlanta, Ga. Mrs. Diane Griffin, Hoboken DeWitt C. Jones Funeral YPE 11 and a.m.Prayer, and 7:30:Meeting p.m. Mrs. A.Q. Smith and family, and Mrs.. S.L. Swindell and sister, Mrs. Pierce Crews.

in Bradford County Hospitaiafter Services were from DeWittC. Ga., Tammy Cook;and Vicky Home In charge. Saturday.at 7:30: p.m. who weekend with sons, all of Jacksonville, Miss Elizabeth Terry spent
a lingering illness. Bornin Jones Chapel in Keystone Cook both of Waycrossi Faith Baptist Church their brother and sister-in- gathered at the home of their the Christmas Holidays with

Trenton, Nebraska on Dec. Heights at, 2 p.m.: Saturdaywith Funeral services, were heldat THE DISEASE OF Radio Program over WPXE: law Mr. and Mrs. Joe Harleyand parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.F. her sister, Mrs. J.P. Wyrick.
11, 1893. he moved to Starke in Rev. W.M. Wolfe and 2 p.m. Monday in Pine ALCOHOLISMSince .Starke 8 a.m. Sunday Bible family. Robertson for a Christmas of Tallahassee. While there
1949, where he was employedas Rev. Herschell Barrington Level Baptist Church with the Bradford of visited her
Group School 10 a.m., Worship Services -. Mr and Mrs. Clifford Johnsof dinner on Wednesday.Mrs. she also nephewsand
a construction foreman conducting. Burial was in the Rev. Franklin Starling of. Alcoholics and Mrs.
Anonymous was nieces Mr.
11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m., Jacksonville spent Christ- O.J. Phillips and son,
with Humphreys Gold Corporation Melrose Cemetery under ficiating. Interment was in established in July of 1974, we School of Bible Doctrine Tues- mas afternoon with their Coleman, attended the funeralof Charles Carter and Mr. and

and later the DuPont direction of DeWitt C. Jones.. Crosby Lake Cemetery with have come to realize' that 'day 8 p.m. at Pastor's home. brother-in-law and sister, Mr. their cousin Marion Mrs. Larry Carter and family.

Company in mining opera- DeWitt C. Jones Funeral many people in Bradford Prayer Meeting Wednesday and Mrs. Earl Mosley.Mr. Phillips,at Theressa on Satur- Mr. and Mrs. Doc Wain-

tions here retiring in 1959. He Brynn PadgettBryan Home in charge County think of alcoholism as 7:30: p.m. Bible Study. and Mrs. J.W. Thomasand day afternoon.Mr. wright of Orlando spent the

was a member of the First a moral issue. who seem to Grace United Methodist sons of Live Oak, Mr. and and Mrs. Foster Hayes weekend with their mother,

Baptist Church of Starke, anda Padgett, 51, of ,Marion Phillips' think of anyone drinks to Sunday School 9:45: a.m.,Wor-, Mrs. T.L; Casey, Cathy and and Bill of Tunis. Missouri, Mrs. Truby Wainwright They
veteran of World War I. excess as being just plain'no and were dinner guests of his son-
Milliard died ship services 11 a.m. and 6:30: Lee, of Starke, Mr. Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. Randy
Dec.
Saturday
Surviving is his wife PearlK. good,.or They seem to in-law and daughter Mr. and
sorry. of
and
S.D. Andrews
Saturday United Methodist fel- family, Hayes were Christmas dinner
In the held
28, Lake City Veterans Services were p.m.
Pickering; one son, Dr. think who is having Mrs. Bill Dixon. on Saturday
anyone and Mrs. R.C.
lowship 6:30 p.m. and Choir Wildwood Mr. guests of their parents Mr.
He born Dec. 28 for
Hospital. was in afternoon ,
Michael J. Pickering of Lake- problems with drinking has )no: night. Other guests were Mr.
Miami Feb. Marion L. 63 of Practice at 7:30: p.m. Wednes- Moore and Bob, of Lake City, and Mrs. Earl Teston and
on 26, 1923 and Phillips,
land; one brother, Sterling M. { will power, and is an inferior Mr. and Mrs. Danny Thompson family. Other guests were and Mrs. Emory Eunice and
was a veteran of World War Starke, who died Friday day.The
Pickering, Fairbury 11. morning in the Bradford human being.Alcoholism. 5th of January will be Kevin and Brian, of Jack-- their son and daughter-in-law family and Mr. and Mrs.
Nebraska; and one grand- is recognized by Communion and also the sonville, and Mickey Moore of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Teston, Donnie Knight and children Of
Surviving are his wife County Hospital following a
daughter.Funeral. : the Amer Medical Jacksonville.Mr. .
can
Lorena installation of New Church Lawtey, were Christmas and daughter for the af
services were held Padgett, Milliard; brief illness. Association disease and and Mrs. Onie Thorntonand
as a ,
Officers for 1975. The Sermon dinner guests of their parents, ternoon.Mr. .
three Bradford native
at 2 p.m. Sunday in the First daughters, Mrs. Mary A County has been so "recognized for Mrs. Pierce Crews were
Topic is "Christians Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore. and Mrs. Hubert Priest
Clarke and Mrs. Rose Martin Mr.Phillips was born Sept. 13,
Baptist Church with Rev. Ben many years. Blue Cross-Blue Anonymous. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. and Lamar met their son-in- luncheon guests of her son and
Bryant and William George both of Hollywood, Fla., and 1911. He was a shipping clerk Shield and a few other good Highland Baptist Church: H.C. Harley, Mr. and Mrs. law and daughter, Mr. and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Kathy Padgett Hilliard for a furniture company, a
officiating. Interment was in ; insurance companies allow W.S. Crews and family of
Sunday School Wayne Massey and family Mrs. John Morris Jr. and d
9:45: a.m.
three sons, Robert, of Boston veteran of WW 2, and a
Crosby Lake Cemetery. benefits for alcoholism. It. is Worship Services 11 a.m. and Mr. and Mrs. A.Q. Smith andfamily daughter, at the home or their Jacksonville on Thursday.
Active pallbearers were Mass.; Donald, of Orlando; Baptist.Survivors. the third of and Mrs. Donald ) n
largest cause Mr
include 6 p.m., Prayer Meeting Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Richard other parents, Mr. and Mrs.
and '
Harry Hatcher, Tom Harding Raymond Padgett, a daughter deaths now in the United and Wilkison Jr. and Daniel
Farkas of at 7 p.m. Chesser and family, Mr. John Morris Sr., and family at
Jack McComb, Bruce Hilliard; two sisters, Mrs. Mrs. Jewel States, exceeded only by and Wilkison and Miss Marylin
Church: Mrs. Joe Harley family Knoxville, Tenn., and spent
,
Mathews, Paul Raymond, and Delores Pugh and Mrs. Luly Atlanta; a brother, J.D. cancer and heart disease.' Sunday School 9:45: a.m. and Randy Harley, atheredat .the Christmas holidays with Riddle of Jacksonville
of Theressa two heir
Gibson both of Miami' Phillips ;
Homer Lewis.. ; one Many physicians firmly Worship Services 11 a.m. and the home of Mrs. Mattie them. the weekend with
In lieu of the ,t brother, Albert Padgett sisters: Mrs. Edna Mims of believe that if alcoholism and Mrs' Donald
flowers family was 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting Miley Starke, for a family Mrs. Floy Bennett of parents, Mr .
and Mrs. Jewel ?
donation made Felda, Fla.; and eight grandchildren Atlanta it '
requested to always properly diagnosed Wednesday at 7 p.m.PERSONALS: reunion.' Macclenny spent the holidayswith Wilkison Sr .
of Texas.
the Kidney Foundation, Krauss Dallas in would be our Number One Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Berry her sons and daughters- Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Boyette

Tampa, Fla., or to another Funeral Services were heldat Burial was at graveside at Theressa killer disease. and Mr. and Mrs. John Wyke in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Buster Jr., and family', wore Christmas Tr

charity of the donor's choice. 4 p.m. Tuesday In Prevatt Hope Cemetery Merle Alcoholism is a very dif- Mr. and Mrs. Emory Eunice and family, of Laurinburg Bennett, and Mr. and Mrs. dinner guests of ,their
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Cemetery under direction of with Rev. Packham ficult disease to treat becauseit the with Mr. and Mrs. O.J.
DeWitt C. Jones and family of Chattanooga, N.C. spent holidays Gary Bennett and brotherinlaw parents
Home was in charge of Jones Funeral Home. Funeral officiating.Home was in chargeof is physical, mental, and Tenn., were guests of their their parents, Mr.. and Mrs. and sister, Mr.. and Mrs. Boyette Sr. of Lake City.
arrangements. spiritual.Physicians can treat parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Doc Mosley. Their other son- Sebe Harris. Mr and Mrs. John C. Tye.

NettlesMrs. arrangements. the physical part of the Eunice, and other relatives in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mr.and Mrs. Vernon Teston Jr. and family of South

Beulah Sargent, 91 Carolyn disease, and can usually get Tuesday until Monday Mrs. Jerry Vogler and familyof and family of Little Rock Daytona were Christmas

Lou 87 the alcoholic back on his feet morning Dec. 30. New Smyrna spent Christ- Ark. spent the Christmas dinner guests of their parents.Mr. .
.Forsyth ?
Services were held Satur- Carolyn E. Nettles 27, in a relatively short period of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Newell mas day with them. Holidays with their parents; and Mrs. John Tye 'Sr.'

day ,afternoon, Dec. 28, for of Starke, died Friday, Dec. time if other bodily functions and Mrs. Walter Martin were Mrs. Fred Moore was a Mr. and Mrs. Lorinio Teston Other guests were their son-

Miss Beulah Sargent, 91, who 27, in Alachua General Mrs. Lou D. Forsyth 87. of ..have not been too badly guests of her brother-in-law luncheon guest of her sister, and the Earl Testons. in-law and daughter, Mr. and

died Thursday, Dec. 26, in a Hospital. She was born in Starke, died Wednesdaymorning damaged. In more advanced and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Miss Rachel Boyer, of Jack- Mrs. Truby Wainwrightspent Mrs. Tommy Talley and son of

Starke hospital following an Waycross, Ga. on May 30, Dec. 25, in a Jack- 1 cases, the liver, the stomach, Sidney Hansen, for a Chow- sonville on Friday. the Christmas holidayswith South Daytona Christmas day
extended illness. 1947, and was a Baptist. sonville nursing home follow- heart: etc., are usually affected Mein dinner on Dec. 19. Mr. and ''Mrs. Carlos her son and daughterinlaw until Saturday Dec. 28.

Miss Sargent was born in Surviving is her husband, ing a long illness. and may be damaged Mrs. Leila Peavy, Mrs. Burt Rodriques and baby, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wain- Mrs. Onie Thornton and
Georgia on April 29 1883. She Ralph J. Nettles of Starke; Born in Clay County on Oct. beyond repair, causing death. and Mrs. L.D. Dorman, of Mrs. Coleman Phillips Mr. wright and family of Mrs. Pierce Crews were

was a member of the Baptist her father and stepmother,' 6, 1887, Mrs. Forsyth was the In some cases the brain is Ocoee, Miss Aline Brown and Mrs. Bill Gaskins, LesliePhillips Tallahassee.Mr. guests of their nephew and

church. Mr. and Mrs. Rufus A Cook, widow of Elder John Forsyth.She damaged permanently, Mrs.I Gladys Crumby, andMrs. and children, were and Mrs. Donald niece, Mr. and Mrs 'Wayne

Survivors include two Waycross, Ga.; one son, was a member of the causing what is commonly ?, Gladys Harvey, of Christmas Eve guests of their Wilkison Sr., were Christmas Addison. on Thursday.
sisters: Mrs. Stella Stanley of Shawn Nettles, Starke; three Union Primitive Baptist known as a "wet brain. Orlando, Mr. and Mrs. L.H. mother, Mrs. O.J. Phillips.' dinner guests of their son and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Anders

Keystone Heights and Mrs. daughters Pamela, Bambi, Church.' This article is intended onlyas Harper, Ed Wainwright and Mrs. Loca Raulerson was a daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. and family were Christmas

Survivors 'include a 'an introduction to the daughters, and Mrs.' Olivia Christmas dinner guest of her Donald Wilkison Jr. dinner guests of their parents,

daughter Mrs. Edith Craw- disease'of alcoholism. The Harper and friends,of Starke, son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Mrs. Onie Thornton of Mr. and Mrs. O.J., Anders.
ford of Starke; a step-son, Bradford Group of Alcoholics were Christmas dinner guestsof and Mrs. John' Howard and

O.E. Forsyth of Raiford; two Anonymous feels that many Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevail. family, of Jacksonville.
THE NEW YEAR WILL
step-daughters : Mrs. Nita people in Bradford County are Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Mr.and Mrs. B.F. McCulleyand

BRING NEW MEDICINES Green of Raiford and Mrs. not aware that alcoholism, is Smith and family of Bayless David were Christmas YOUR- MONEY WHY
Myrtle Green of Lake Butler; our third largest killer Highway, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. 1 4o
one sister, Mrs. Ella Sapp of disease and that it can be Griffis and family, and Mrs. Barry Watts and Barry Lee. WILL EARN 0 SETTLE

Miami; 19 grandchildren, 43 treated like any other.diseaseIf Maines Griffis and children, Mr. and Mrs. C.K. Cowan FOR, LESS'

great-grandchildren, and 11 .. it is understood. and Miss Judy Baker of and family, and Bryon, from
80% of the prescriptions we now dispense ,greatgreatgrandchildren.Services With the help of an editor of Palatka, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Coast Guard Academy New

contain ingredient unknown less than ten year.ago. were held Friday, the Bradford County Whaley and family of Starke, London, Conn., Mr. and Mrs. FIRST TWO

We still use a few of the old reliables, Dec. 1:1.. in Union Primitfve Telegraph, who is truly con- and Miss Karen Combs of John Cowan, Mr. and Mrs. -MORTGAGESPROVIDE PROGRAMSAVAILABLE

but most of them are being rapidly replacedby Robert Church with Elder cerned about his fellowman, Galax, Va., were Christmas C.A. North and family. Mr.
better new product Smith officiating. and is willing to help, we hopeto dinner guests of their mother,
Burial was in MlZion Swift write and have published a I J
Mrs Nellie Wilkinson, Mrs. 1.14AnnuN Hilurn I eii &tt ONiY-$1000 '
Like your physician we study to keep Creek Cemetery near Lake series of articles on this .,
Daisy Boch and .9Ue.
Lynn. 2. M MM p'.W. i
Informed about new discoveries. We learn their Butler. DeWitt C. Jones deadly disease. Any statements Mrs. C.R. Crews spent SENIOR : $tNt" T.|rm PnntwittJ. Inwumnt :.: :_. :. :.:

dosage, physical qualities proper storage and Funeral Home of Starke was made,however,are our Christmas Holidays with her 4, rlnts.r, apns.N I til II WIIM'INVtitMINTItUHNIO Ion f.T.

Incom>>aUbUtles. That 'Is why' we can fill anyVeWripUonmeiu in charge of arrangements.. own,: and do not necessarily son-in-law and daughter, Mr. CITIZENSI 'Iorlel...... I.a... MINT .
"' .. reflect the' opinion of the and' Mrs. Bill Woodard ofLai'go'and'roith S. CtrpwMi Pom'''*iy 2. sill MO.TIZIN' U 000'1 )
"Bf adf ont'Ctanty"! Telegraph her Son and' "-- c. I i? rIJ rrW11/" ''<'4 "M. .. .. Y.V n"
.slclans 'In distant cities.; Alma Thomas Davis editors In any way. .., ,ft" .f. I
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs., $"oftJ':
I had restful and
a
Next week the article will be very
H.C. Crews and of Clear-
Alma Thomas Davis, 62, of Joy visit with dear
YOU OR YOUR DOCTOR CAN PI .ONE US on howto identify the water. Mr. and Mrs. Crews relaxing very
when you need a delivery. We will deliver Starke, died Sunday: Dec. 29, alcoholic.If the disease can be brought her home and spent old friends in Mission Viejo N K> $41 f{ CMAtCe: FlOtlDA, RESIDENTS ONirCAL1
promptly; without extra chitrie. A treat many after an extended illness. He identified in its early stages, the weekend. Calif. Travelled and met with ; WtlU OH COM 1"4"' FOil!FULL DfT AllS .
people rely on us for their health needs. We was born in Starke on October in many cases the last 10 or 15 Senior Citizen groups,
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welcome requests for delivery trrvlre mill charge 9, 1912. years of literal hell that many and son of Orlando listening and learning about MAIL THIS. COUPON $
were
account Surviving is her mother alcoholics have to go throughcan their problems and living
Thursday dinner of :
guests FINANCIAL RESOURCES CORP.jACKSONYaII1IO010APNON904.154.7414
Mrs. Ruby Glisson; one be prevented. conditions.The I :
daughter, Lillian Thomas their grandparents, Mr. and main problems there, 4l K HOKIDA NA TIOHAl IAN(
9646757KOCH'S Mrs. Arlie Dobbs.. Other '
Phone Casey; one son, Doyle Anyone wishing to contact for the elderly, are the sameas ( 1
DRUG STORE Thomas; one sister,Mrs. Onie the Bradford Group of A.A. guests for the afternoon were in the nation income, NAMfADDRESS 1

Alvarez;; one brother, Ernest may do so by looking In the their brother and sister-in- health, and living conditions.Bus [ I
PRESCRIPTION CHEMISTS Green, all of Starke; five "Classified" section of this law, Mr. and Mrs. Que Dobbsof transportation and flu cur .1

grandchildren, and two great- newspaper. Phone 964-7959 or Raiford. shots are provided free to STATE ,
166 W. Call Starke, Fla. Mr. and Mrs.' James Town- ( 1
\ grandchildren.Funeral 964-5148. persons 60 years and over. PHONE t NUVSFD1st
send and family of Powder
services were held After the first of -
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at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 24, in Written by O.W.M. Springs, Ga., were weekend buses will run on a 30-minute
R with Bradford A.A. guests of Mr. and Mrs..
Jones _Memorial Chapel Group Kenneth Barfield. schedule instead of the
hourly basis. Then
present
Mr. and Mrs. Martinof
Floyd t tI
workers will use this
South Daytona were Christmas mode many of mass transportationgoing w
of their SALE I YEARAPPRECIATION
Holiday guests I
mother, Mrs. Hester Hicks, to and coming home OF I THE
from work thus taking
many
and their brother-in-law and
Taste'.gift cars off the roads and con-
In Good
Always sister, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn
serving fuel.
Shuford and family. Mission Viejo is a town in I I II
Mrs. Jessie Mae Starlingand
Orange County, Calif.,
of
Grandson, Gary,
founded in 1968. The
STATIONERYBY Atlanta, Ga., spent the Christmas -
has to 50.000
with her bro population grown
Holidays in six Con SALE I
people years.
ther-in-law and sister Mr. and
struction is booming and the
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EATON'S. y Mrs. Morris Kelley and
e numbers of residents is expected -

"'.. Qe, i4ed family.Mrs. Geneva Smith and next two to reach 100,000 in the.: ALL NURSERY STOCK I & HOUSE I PLANTS 1I
years.
tf
family, of Atlanta, Ga. were
Holiday guests of her parents retirement Many villages Leisure are World being COMPLETE I LAWN & GARDEN) NEEDS I
Mr. and Mrs. H.L. Barfield.
developed just like we have in
Mr. and Mrs. H.C. Harley of
Sarasota and Brandenton
Bushnell and Mr. and Mrs. ,

Richard Chesser and family of Fla.Of
course, it's good to be
Sanford spent the weekend
home in Bradford
with their son-in-law and again
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. County among familiar facesin
familiar and
Massey and family. places con- 1
Wayne
tinue the of
Other guests were Mr. and organization

\ ;,1075r,-.. Senior The next Citizens.meeting will be on 111%
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Tuesday. Jan. 14, at 1 p.m: in

\ the Pratt Street recreation
center. I am looking forwardto

seeing you all again. "
Best wishes to everyone fora NOR

t i II+AIf i r very healthy and happy 1975.,;


-Joe Kerrigan

RegularPrice

Best wishes to all our jp
friends and neighbors. ( ls.i1 hot Martelle StarlingIs Everything Excep

Have good year. CL.Q EMT Graduate'

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,. .Beautifully boxed gift stationery a always a joy to The beat. way to .begin your Martelle Starling. daughter'of .r
'give, and receive. Choose from a /large selection of week I Is by worshipping In F.R. and Rosa Starling of

delicately tinted and exquisitely decorated boxed '. ; the. house of the Lord. Lawtey, has ''completed Trade ItemsTODAYFRIDAY

stationery, notes, and thank you notes Eaton offers There It a great void In the Emergency MedicalTechnlcian's

"' a wide vanety of sizes and paper styles/ many with lives of most people thai Florida Junior training College at in

.'. only Jesus Christ can fill.
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lined envelopes and fragrantly scented.. ,
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work, and worked in' the
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Company .. Church With a Heart, Jacksonville. t
!In :The Heart of Stark. In January Miss Starling
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: ; "'.ir''r' .,; "' .",i' BEN P. BRYANT' associate of arts degree in ( ,9,, ,
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96 .-6881.!. .of Music Lawtey to practice after
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I Building Booms In 1974STARKE .. A t


Industrial buildings included a were Issued for mobile homes
In of the
spite for
$13,000. uncompleted building for in 1973 for a
yet $78,000
averaging
national trend in 1974 toward
a
13 building permits were
the Farmer's Bureau on north $5,200 each.
tighter money supply and the issued by the city for sine US-301 at $20,000; a substation Of the u63 permits issued by
interest
higher rates one-family dwelling
for the Florida Power and the county, 313 totaling
in Bradford which totaled including
building $284,000 -
pace Light Company for $82,000 on $2,385,901 were issued during
almost doubled the for
County one for $58,500 a Griffis Loop, and a plant for the first six months .
amount expended In 1973. pastorTum at Madison Street compared .....'"'
manufacture of
tile steel to 250 totaling $1.581,555
According to building Baptist Church. tubing to be located on the last six 1i
during
months of
issued the of
permits by City A total of 563 building i
property at the Keystone the of
year a drop $804,000 for
Starke and Bradford County a were Issued by the
permits
Airport for $21000. the last half of the year.'Supergrass' \
total of $6,155,000 was expended Bradford County Zoning
During 1974 permits were ..
during the including for construction .. '
Board
year pur- issued for 99 single family ,,1..1'-- I ,
almost a million for poses in the unincorporated dwelling units 86 by the 1:
expansion of the city power areas of the county. i "
county and 13 by the city of
.
plant and two sewer line extension County construction totaling ,
Starke totaling $1,972,000,
projects in Starke. $3,967,456 included 86 permitsfor which averaged $20,000 Released By
Construction chalked up in single one-family dwelling unit. Comparatively per 102
1973 totaled $3,298,000. units amounting to $1,688,335 ." ,
;
permits were issued in 1973 ..
to for mobile homes UF Researchers
Largest single project 288 permits totaling $1,731,000 with the ,
become final in 1974 after totaling $1,584.266; 174 per- average cost unit being -
months of planning was the mits for additions and altera- per GAINESVILLE -
installation of a new Worthington tions fo existing buildings $17,000. "Supergrass" may well have
3,300 kilowatt amounted to $431,155 and 14 The trend toward lower been the best name for a new
housing costs is indicated by
generator at the city power permits for Industrial and variety of St.Augustlne grass
the 288 permits issued for
plant at a cost of$750,000. Two commercial buildings totaled that not only appears to resist
sewer line projects, one in $263,700. mobile homes amounting to chinch bugs but actually The Bradford school system's new $160,000 bus barn and test Don Morgan left; Supt. Jim Temple, and school board
Reno and the Dalewood sub- County commercial and $1,584,266, at an average cost fights back by killing many of operations center as it appeared two weeks ago when Archl- members J.T. Parrish and Arthur Gaskins Inspected It. I
division on SR-16, were of $5,500 each. 149 permits the bugs that attackt It. Board Member Rodney Hall was present but not In photo.
contracted for $238,000 duringthe Instead of choosing this

year to account and for Girls Of The First Six Weeks flamboyant researchers at name the,Universityof however
municipal improvements
Florida and Texas A&M 8 DWI Case Prosecuted
expansion.City building permits issued Team Leaders In BMS University named their new $ I
accounted for $1,250,000 and grass after their universities
the county building permits "Floratam." Bradford County CourtSTARKE
added $3,967,000 to the total Physical Education The new variety is being
construction figures for the released jointly by the two William F. Bay, $56,
universities, and it Is now -Of eight drivers Patricia
year.Some Lynn Mulberry $46,
of the larger building available in Florida throughat charged with driving while Philip Rodney McRae $46,
projects within the city were: .Q. A least two certified sodproducers Intoxicated five drew fines Michael Ivan Tabb $36
A new school bus base and according to Dr. totaling $901 one got a jail Leonard William Sapp $26
operations center at $147,000and J 'wd 4v Albert E. Dudeck associate sentence of thirty days the Leon Sweat $46 George
a driving range at$46,000 JFI" professor with the Institute of case of one was continued and Thomas Tuskey, $36.
both constructed at the Brad 'It/f" -. Food and Agricultural the eighth case dismissed in Fined on other traffic
ford Middle and Vo-Tech .. Sciences at the UF. court. charges were: Rodman
School Complex; an educa- And while Floratam's County Judge Elzie Sandersat Eugene Reddish $26 for no
tional annex at the Madison chinch bug resistance seemsto traffic plea day on Wednesday tag Curtis Lee Armstrong,
Street Baptist Church for be getting most of the attention November 27, fined $10 court costs for no valid
,.
$90,407; a new McDonald'sfast from homeowners and .vw three drivers $2001 each on Inspection certificate and $10
food outlet on South sod producers the new grass guilty'pleas of driving while court costs for improper
Walnut (US-301)) at $72.000; was actually developed for, an intoxicated.They were Robert mufflers Ollie Ray Malphurs,
renovation and remodeling of entirely different reason. Lee Burnes Leonard Smith $36 for failure to yield right-of-
the Bradford County Health "The chinch bug resistanceis and C.A. Torode. Fined $ISO
Department building on ( really a fringe benefit. was Steve Robert Price and way.Mark Everette Baillie, $36
Church Street for $35,000; remodeling Floratam is the result of efforts a R.C. Crews was fined $151. In for careless driving; Joseph
and additions at to find an improved addition to the fines assessed Farelon McClellan and
Denmark Furniture Companyto variety of St.Augustine grassto against the offenders they Frederick William Renick,$26
provide an entrance from combat SAD (Augustine must also attend the DWI i each for no valid inspection
Madison Street at $25,000; a Girls of the Six Weeks at the Bradford Middle School Decline), a virus disease counter attack program, and certificate,James Cruger, $36
Lil Champ convenience storeon Physical Education Department are team leaders (First row which has destroyed lawns in placed on probation of the for violation of rightofwayand
North Temple Avenue at 1-r) Cherrl Wall 8th grade Luana Mundorff. 8. and Robin Texas and is now Dudes court for a period of one year Bobbie Whetstone Bryant,
"
$25,000; a Kwik-Kar Wash on Schweda,7.Back row: Dana Alvarez 8, Jana Whaley 6. and into other areas, : each. $36 for careless driving.
Brownlee Street for$17,000; a Rhea Corbett, 7. The team leaders are chosen by physical explains. Junior Leon Kersey was Forfeiting bond for unlawful
new building for the Chamberof education instructors on the basis of grades leadership, and It was feared that the SAD sentenced to a jail term of 30 speed were: Mitchell Hunter
Commerce on South Walnut participation. virus could move into Florida. days for driving while intoxicated Jr., Vincent Donaldson
causing extensive damage Leonard R. Jones Henry
Marvin Keith Ryan charged Lamar Chavis, Evelyn Nobles
L { with driving while intoxicatedhad McCormick William Camp-
the charge dismissed in bell Holiday, Howard D.
I UAPUICAIITS ODDITIES court but entered a plea of McCleary, Wilbur' Gunter
guilty on a separate charge of Ennis.
leaving the scene of an accident William Turner Knope, Lee
and was fined $151 on Roy Dudley, Paul Winston
that charge with the DWI Hickox, Charles
Raymond
\ Lake Butler stralght-A students for the first nine-weeks of charge being dismissed on Kicklighter, Jimmie Lee
II III IIII school are (l-r) kneeling, Gerry White, standing Walter recommendation of'the state Wicks, Sara Jane Abramson
Filer and Jose AcosUback;, row, Janet Brannen, Shelly RI.herd attorney. The case of Hattie Anita Utermoghle Wray.: ."
and David Lovelace. V.'Sweat was continued. William Gene Sineath, Gary
; Fined for unlawful speed Alan Hilliard, Michael Walter
J\I/I/ I H were: Steven L. Rhodes, $36 Mannelli, Helen Avon
7 Earn Straight Ernest Randall Jones $46, Robinson, Douglas'- Allen
Edwin Kenneth Cauley $56 ,Peace-Brady B. Greathouse,
-hi II III I and driver's license Thomas Neil Curry,.
/ ) suspended for 30 days Laura
Pongo Moore $36 Randolph Richard Ross Lashley and

1 j A's At Union High Preston Randall McAfee Hayes, $46.$36, Anthony 'each Jack Daniels on unlawful were fined speed$36

l J : - .- - ...charges.a : _
vd LAKE BUTLER Seven -- .. . .. .. -- I

students of 430 attending
Union County High School in

R for Lake the Butler first made nine-weeks straight A's of Th.Dffic.'Shap 5 I II

school.
On superintendent's list .
of honor scholars are:
I

SENIORS: Karen Ruth
Dukes, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Van Dukes of Lake I RogerS =
Butler. daughter
Shelley Riherd -
of Mr. and Mrs. Paul M.

+ 4 Riherd JUNIORS of Lake: Gerry Butler.White, I Multi-File System i

son of Mr. and Mrs. William B
White of Lake Butler., David
Lovelace,son of Mr. and Mrs. a .
George Lovelace of Brooker. Complete filing systems can be built .
SOPHOMORES: Walter \
I. Filer, son of Mr. and Mrs. with additional MULTI-FILE SECTIONS
N 1 Walter Filer of Lake Butler. i i
Janet Brannen, daughter of
Mrs. Angeline Brannen of
'
-_ .I. the hand press, when a Lake Butler., .
.
-'"' .. -
-3_ printer would have two clabbers almost all big FRESHMEN: Jose' Acosta. ';
as his head,and would proudly hit them together son of Mr. .and Mrs. Jose* ..
/\ in the air, like a player with cymbals, there Acosta of Raiford. t' J.

.... n Block Books", early form of printing only was a pageantry in the pressroom not now seen Students making grades of ,
A and B called
,
principals I ,' ,
side of the of could be
one bock a page used, as scholars,and students making I
rubbing on the to transfer an !impression grades of B, honor scholars,
would damage the page. As a result, blank pages numbered 102. They are: 'r .
were pasted together back to back, resulting in 4 SENIORS: Michael Ashev. 1 .
.
thick and stiff pages. N ".w ,r 0 J Dewitt Griffis Anthony
ii iiS Holmes, Pamela Parrish, .

_ _ _ = i' tSSgqI Regina Phillips Debra Stan-
sell Steve Stoutamire Marie I'I
r' Thomas, Margaret Anderson
1T Kenny Andrews HaroldBiddix .
Stan Bielling,' Kevin
U
Blom 'Bill Cain Lawayne .
Crawford, Amelia Davis,
.. Glenda Griffis, Johnny The
., Ultimate Modular
b S' I Ii III Harris, Joe Maxwell, Jack i
} 1 Musseau. Danny Pearson and
IIIII ar: Annette liedman.JUNIORS 5 & 5

I::>> : Betty Albritton, Sorting Filing e e e e e ,e, e e ,e
Marilyn Bivlns, Rita Carroll
Isgusted by the standard of In
GrOr the early 19th century, William Morris printing founded Croft Donna Marie Crawford Davis, Cynthia, Cathy 2 'Meal.For Off.fee Home,.and Shop use. 2

I : the Kelmscott Press in England in 1891,and for sir Hendricks, Diane Holmes, Keeps Materials Organized and'
UULlO/M 11 fid, engravers, or coiners were years printing was done by) hand labor on handmade Jean Holmes, Chrlstopn I Fingertip 1

the earliest engravers printing types, and although paper made in Germany from German hand- Lawson Timothy McGill, Handy'! ,
masters of these arts,they were carefully woven linen of uniform quality. Renee Newsome Robert Olin,
chosen to perform the delicate, exacting work.' Alton Thornton, Sharon JJ Colorful "Compartments Available in 9 JJ
Varnes Donna Alexander, Colors. "
Glen Clyatt Paula Dobbs 2

Dig this Daddies! .Rugged'andDurable..Molded. of High: :

I in The 'Past, 97 Years We Have Utilized Many Of The Above Processes, year Have for a health your own checkup sake oncea and 'I Impact. Styrene. I

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