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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 9, 1975
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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d +tAlnn, ,A Mt 'L, '/JTARKE Mining regulations for Bradford Countywere

elr JM subjected to a heavy dose of words and additional

'I. thoughts in a lengthy session Monday afternoon Jan 6,

I planned for purpose of hearing from more interested
parties on the problem.

'"We f want to work out something that the r

.mining people can live with. What we want
formation" Chairman Dave Shuford stated in

Class Of 1949 Gathers On Anniversary session.

Perhaps the first to be affected by any .4
Twenty-six members of the Bradford High Class of 1949 at- George Winkler RuthSibley Johns Drew Reddish, and Vernorf'1' dinance the county 'may adopt is the -
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tended the 25th anniversary of their graduation Dec 28 at. the Crosby. poration of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma who v
Starke Golf and Country Club.Shown above are ((1-r l ): Kenneth Grider was president of the Class of 1949. Class Monday's meeting the company's long range

First row: Carl Edwards Patsy Hall Eddy, Alma Thomas favorites were Alma Outlaw and Kenneth Grider best all around.* for Bradford and Union counties Although'
Outlaw, Jackie Strickland, Minnie English Vivian McRae and Carlie Mae Hall Triest and James Phillips most athletic.
has to 3.000 of land and
Harley, Martha Home Marlene Reddish and Frances Crosby. The 1949 BHS basketball team was champion of the Suwannee; mining in rights Bradford acres
acres more County present plans
Second row: Miss Della Rosenberg, business education Conference and won the district title. Frank Dryden and Jack
teacher; Janet Anderson Turner Maggie Manning Anderson Eaves earned all conference and all district honors;Jim Godwin? for a mining operation to begin here for the n

Julia Taibi Griffis, Norman Sweeny, Ilean Atkinson Euston was all conference. Other team members were Paul Carter, In a prepared statement. history of the
(Newky) Norman V. R. Ferguson agriculture. teacher and George Winkler, the captain; James Phillips, Roswell Kelley., Ken Holden, coordinator of interest here
George Roberts. Lewis Haines Ralph Wise Van Priest and John Klein. The-i t planning of the phosphate 1964.
Back row: Peggy Wiggins Neel' Kenneth Grider Virginia coach was J.C. Hobbs. Managers were Rodney Hall and Charles mining division of the company "Kerr-McGee times have you seen a U. S, senator In
Carmichael, Jimmie McRae, Dan Priest George W, Teston Cooly.KerrMcGee gave a background is among the years, especially when he was sot
demonstrating walking senator, lawton I Chiles,
and agricultural several hours. lie spoke to some 50
luncheon at the Garden:
operate moniously his walking boots Chiles shakes. the
1,638At Acreslion benefit of all our George: Huberts. "
: Buys primary

reclamation and
I 1 mental rules and

governing

Brooker For $2.45 ations."We would urge
Mil such rules and

should not be so

STARKE Land sale trans- in six different land sections ation at some'time' in the Carter Construction and costly that they

fc- actions in Bradford.. County, ,north of and west of Brooker.,-', "It's perhaps evererecordedIn the largest *.. ; _. 'Company to L. Dean Cassels pardize a major' I
transaction "
in
UWithv1he'rfrcordtng'Jot; ""Wff" **and Betty C. Cassels, Lot 5.of. locating your
were closed out with a bang on totaling 1,638ires of land. Bradford County I know it's sald-' -
the last day of the last monthof The property lies between SR- the biggest one since I've been large sale the December Conerly. Estates $34,000. "If excessive' :
the year when Clerk Gilbert 18 and SR-231. here the recordings reached a total of Carter Construction are Visit Here
in courthouse
imposed on
i Brown received for recordinga The state documentary Brown said. $2,843,300 for the month. Company to Arthur Michael ations in the United t
Deed with to be affixedto Other land transactions recorded Sexton and Eddie
Warranty an stamps required The Kerr-McGee Cor- Joyce
denied
is
industry
indicated selling price of the deed when recorded during December witha Sexton a parcel of land in the "When I get a the pattern, reduce lit'I
small
poration a phosphate mining the required
$2,454,000 in what is believedto amounted to $7,362 and has total holdings of value of$1,000 or more were Southwest quarter of Section the mining industry I feel more ing or raise taxes.
be the largest single trans- Brown said that he had company as follows: 8+22 $32,000.Alfred what I am Successful
approximately 5,000 acres by to exist. We will
action ever recorded in Brad- hurriedly sent off for a special and J. Frank Williford and C, Boree and GloriaG. ," U.S. Budget Control Act
ford County.A. order for larger denomination ownership under lease 3,000 in Bradfordand more Helen E. Williford to Robert I. Boree to Larry M. Easton to import our Chiles told end to budgetary
acres become dependent
F. McDavid and Mildred stamps to affix to the deed. Union Counties with Hannah and Lillian G. Hannah and Gloria Anne Easton Lot 50 luncheon the Presidency such
P. McDavid of Brooker sold to Stamps are purchased by the view toward opening the landsto a 122,97 acres off the Mark- 15 of Seminole Ridge Unit No. crisis nations would; our be January 6, in President Richard
the Korr-McGee Corporation county from the Departmentof lee Starling Road near the 5 of the Garden in his impoundment
a phosphate mining $26,000.Sve mineral
four separate parcels located Revenue in Tallahassee. opel'Wayne Clay county line $100,100. Page 14)) said. industry Starke. tactics Chiles said.
law can also end
"We also endorse to the
B BBB cits if Congress ;' '

I Smith And Waters Set For Special Lawtey Election sition duplicate Federal that existing there is and community local county busi-of- sibly senator The, he Budget pointed added. out.


our experience we Starke
LAWTEY His swollen jaw Commissioner Ben McCully Massey, the mayor's cerned Citizen's Committee to Qualifying ends at noon Satur- such duplication said that it's an estimation of '
jutting out, a pale Mayor Spud was sworn in Monday night to brother and chairman of the keep a pro-water man, James day.. confusion in the only one to be made early funds in
Massey entered the crowded replace Commissioner Gene Concerned Citizen's Com- Waters off the council. and unnecessary extend an invi- year, before
meeting room and took his Pearson who is retiring from mittee when Councilman The special Jan. 28 vote is, In Monday night's meeting plications, Holden to speak before cated. It also '
seat Monday night after being the council. Had the water Scott chairing the meeting as expected lining up as pro the Lawtey council: "Kerr-McGee during his get capitulation at
summoned before the sessionwas system come to a vote Mon- because Mayor Massey and anti-water factions. John began exploration each Congressional
allowed to start. day night it is thought that couldn't talk because he had Robertson, 71, one of the -Failed to take action on pay acquisition for 14)t thon champ, that Congress can
water Mayor Massey and Council-. two teeth pulled Monday founders of the Concerned raises for the marshal!, clerk 1964 and acquired drill and high- if it has spent more
The proposed $371,000 mentioned woman Barbara Waters asked if anybody in the Citizens Committee, qualified and garbage collector. $1,500 block of land and boots told his will bring in.
system was not for would have favored the audience had anything to say. Tuesday at 1 p.m. to run forSmith's has been budgeted for pay of Brooker in the he was particul- budget total comes
Monday night except McCully and seat. James Waters, raises this year. Marshall M. of the with two impor- funds are
Scott's the county.
Shuford's At suggestion
Clerk Lucille report Councilman out.
Robert Scott 48, retired Lawtey grocery- M. Jordan first asked for a legislation that pointed
that engineers have delayedbid commission agreed to let Spud depressed Thus the Congress
would have voted against it. man and veteran school bus $1,500 pay raise but after phosphate by the 1974
opening on the water But the standoff never Massey remain mayor until driver said Wednesday talking with Clerk Lucille leases an opportunity to
system untilFeb. 11. The date the February 3 meeting, released our tures to meet
materialized. morning he plans to qualify to Shuford he said, had agreedto but held our which was the
1969
had been set for Jan. 14. which comes after the Jan. 28 Robertson."I $900. Councilman Pearson taxes to meet
oppose which fixes
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election to fill the city post left property."In
Massey's "We'll wait until the next reported that Bud Barber increase the
Mayor presence and of the
made it stand- meeting thank you," said vacant by the election of a hope somebody'runs garbage collector wants a 1973 ceiling as has been
night a Con-
Monday resumed war
deceased our upon
dead
man recently against me, Robertson, a raise. the past several
off between faction pro water and lease the conflicts in
Councilman Pete Smith to the i retired timber estimator and land Congress would l
Concerned and the Com the 1,500 Names office. Since Smith, who died now a farmer and painter, -Agreed to advertise for bidson program until at States had cult to increase the
Citizens
the of a heart attack a week said Monday night after the a new police car, but in the have assembled a in' Korea and ing to balance a
mittee which opposes of the before the December electionin council meeting. Robertson meantime to keep leasing the owned property war at face of clear
water system because burden. New Drawn For which he was a candidate doesn't want the office handedto present car at $231 per month proximately 5,000 what it is doing
increased tax the
could not occupy the seat a him. $68 per month higher than is supplemented War Power suggested. At least
special election became Waters is concerned be- paid in 1974.Pistol. leases totaling the President apply to him Chiles

Jury VenireSTARKE necessary. cause only one person has 3,000"In acres. disperse an emergency troops new act will mark
rilrr Smith's 'election was a been to him to ask his positionon time limitation time Congress will
e en County we are
strategy used the Con- the responsibility of
The county commissioners -: by matters while rumors of Poking ling lands and been clamped to (
expenditures
between the his "stand"abound in I
goal is to have two Approval by
out.
Chiles pointed
and afternoon'session it
morning Lawtey. One rumor has ,
2 Tracked Down'Alter Into Stomach tons per year now required When asked if .
of the board on Monday according to Waters, that he ations one in period, and if
January 6, selected 1,500 will try to ban gardens and ford and; Union forced will revenue funds
names at random from thecounty's Robbery livestock from inside the city. rock from coming in view of
the phosphate overseas
Yields MoneyLAWTEY the economy'
registered voters. Nothing would be farther from of the
cessed through a period.
Chiles
Griffia recession
Of Grocery the truth Waters says, point-
plant Act is to .
cessing pre-
>tl RUMMAGESALE The 1,500 names, selected at ing out he grows a garden and -"It was dark and States from had voted (
Hosp. Aux. random, went into a box as RAIFORD An alert deputyon is fattening cattle in his pas- I couldn't get a good look at handle three from in conflicts billion dollar
by
they were selected one by one ore a year because funds '
routine and assis-
Sat.. Jan. 11 patrol ture inside the city. him. He had gloves on, and a counties. such as
powers
from another.box containingall '
available.
not
from
tance some tracking gun in his hand and I think
1:30AMa1PM did total .
Waters not actively "The I
of the county voter's and
counties
Walnut dogs led to the capture of two somebody else was with him
Corner S. campaign after Smith's death would
names. Under court ruling no been
have given ti
NewYear's
burglary suspects on but
W. Madison Sts. lunger can the commissioners prior to the Dec. 10 elect on. only' one was doing the million and Control Act was governments m N1t'
Day talking John Q Bullard of by the Senator
use. discretion In excluding Latice Belcher, UnionCounty But he says he will wage a Lawtey said.Bullard proximately also wish 300.to 1975 would be presses by adding I
blacks or women or the deputy sheriff on vigorous campaign for the had prepared to go "We the trial and test- nations $485 billion.
*' BAKE SALE elderly as had been the prac- patrol near daybreak January seat in the special election. to bed Sunday night when he that Bradford phosphate and 1921 Congress its annual '
10a.m. Sat. tice for years. This is the I, noticed an automobile heard a knock at the door of of the but over the amounting to $:ui
second year that random must the J. D, Griffis are not
Llttto Women leaving his home. When he opened the of preparation Another '
by at Club House' .be used in selecting a venire Grocery Store in Raiford. P O Employee door an unidentified black quality and In the Presi- passed in 1974\ was ':
.from which juries are chosen. Unable to catch the' fleeing male punched him in the economics reserves not submit them tion Reform Act

Throughout 1975 names will pair tracking dogs from .the Sought Here stomach with the pistol and these reserves are as approval. As a some favorable ,'
be drawn, also at random, Lake Butler Reception and asked for his money. be for comparable the :30's the from Chiles. The >>
BASKETBALL from the box of 1,500 as Medical Center were used to Applications for an examin- Cash was turned over to the the central granted to .1.000: ) the amount (
At Horn Friday required for jury venires on track the suspects to a woodedarea ation will be accepted at the armed robber. by victim Therefore, rules escalated to given lit a .'
And Saturday the grand jury and the petit near Macclenny. Starke post office from Jan. 6 Bullard. tions that the Presi mother" for dot-lion
*' JV.4:10p.m.:: *.. juries for circuit and county Arrested and charged with ,,to Feb. 7' to "establish a Another robbery was central existing Florida $ more powerful purposes and "
Vartlty.ip.no. courts. 'the break-in were Allen register of-eligibles for a part-j) reported by William N. Raby be end In iiiiuHinl of
The new system originatedin Bryant and Dorothy Sue Dry- time'; position of custodial- of Route 2,- Starke. After might in faulty budget and more Much UN
It C-W the!latter part of IT.I! : duringthe .(den both ::1 2, und from Jacksonville laborer according to Postmaster -, returning from a Christmas live resulting would be our system is during the Nixon >> ,
trial of th<> Garment: Factory T. C, lla/cn, Jr. vacation Raby discoveredthat which deficits und hits Ho lieuvily t
Srjr (EommunitgdtatrVank 14, when oVIcnso mot ionvhiillonulng Knlry: lain>> the store hud someone had broken into if such were years Chiles ,dollar chock-off "" f
the system formerly INN'n made l hy breaking in the Starting salary for this posl-i. his home during his absence ford and Union '
now iipponrH on ,
** used was upheld l hy the ,front lair mid 542 packages of lion will )be>> $4. u per hour. .and stolen his color television ations."While the total Control' Ac) pro duals inconu lax ,

? AcnwitoN.wlinim.UTcMMMkv court. The trail was delayeduntil I cigarettes' were taken from Application! uiuUudditionul net from the house. resources of our '. be placed Ik-fore ik' su'ting i
|U74 when the first juries the store. information will be furnished Both robberies are under Investigation ( and then wan fhilett fxtoiHlod' an
be "We
r..vN..e aaw.a.tw.,, were drawn l by the random Both havtllt'en released on upon request by the poslmuler. *- t by the Braordnty hibited extensive in II for. it, to ,,to ill Kk>>>rUtiiMN to l> ;
< # 4< 4f4 selection method. Inirxl. many
4fM4t4< 4M4ty4 Sheriff's Department. (Kr* Pag ". : I the cloth to fit 111


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Eve Party Tuesday Rummage Sale SPocial fflw Mwtf'cta43 !

Mr. and Mrs. Olin White and holly Red tapers in silver 64ide 1
entertained at "open house" candelabra graced the buffet, Saturday, Jan. 1 11 1
New Years Eve at their homeon Mrs. Robert Barksdale pre- : !
Lake Street. sided at the antique chrystal The Bradford County Hospital moot Society editor,

Attractive arrangement of punch bowl. Auxiliary will hold a rummage _ 1
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sale Jan -----
Saturday, 11
Christmas decorations includ- Twenty couples enjoyed the
occasion from from 8:30: arm to 1 p.m.at the
ing a large Christmas tree, 10 p.m. to
of S. Walnut and W.
candles and holly were used to midnight. corner Madison Streets. Little Women Debra Henry-Frank WilliamsTo
highlight points of interest
The will hold their
Auxiliary
throughout the party rooms. UMW InstallationHeld executive board Plan Bake SalesThe
The refreshment table was meeting Exchange,Vows 119Mr.
Jan. 9 at 10 in
Thursday a.m.
covered with a red lace cloth
and centered with a silver TuesdayThe the hospital conference room. Little Women's Club and Mrs. Jerome Johns all of Starke.
The general meeting will be held election of officers at will be
epergne holding red apples United MethodistWomen an announce the approaching The marriage an
held Monday, Jan. 27 at 7:30: their January meeting of Jan. 19 at the
held their installationof marriage of their daughter, event Sunday,
in the Methodist Fellow-
p.m. Monday night. of the bride-to-be's
Debra, to RepresentativeFrank home ,
Mrs. Emma Thomas officers at their general At ,
Hall with the
Tuesday in ship Teenage Debbie Branson was elected Williams, son of Mr grandparents,Mr. and Mrs. J.' I
meeting morning Volunteers as hostesses. to replace Diane Howard Sr. in Lake Butler
president ,
Celebrated 90th the Sanctuary. and Mrs. Mack L. Williams, M. ,
L. Gaskins, who is getting in the presence of the imme-,
Rev. George Harper married and Pam Tucker ,
was
Birthday SundayMrs. installed the following officers J.O.DobbsCelebrated elected vice-president to Beta Sigma Phi'' diate families. '
Mrs.
,
: president HenryT. La tain Herres, who is
Emma Thomas of Godwin; vice-president, 78th leaving replace for college. To Meet Jan 13: UDCShown
Mrs. John R. Smith
Lake Butler celebrated her ; secre- The club will have a bake I
90th birthday Sunday at a tary: Mrs. Richard Odom; Birthday Sunday sale the next three Saturdaysat Gamma Theta chapter1' of Civil War Film
Mrs. A. J. Eaves,
family dinner party given by treasurer 10 a.m. in front of the club Beta Sigma Phi will hold its
her daughter, Mrs. E. B. III. A pledge service and Johnnie O. Dobbs cele- house. regular business meeting Jan.
Andrews in Lake Butler. meeting followed the install- brated his 78th birthday 13 at tho home of Mrs. Grady The W. T. Weeks'chapter;. _
Among those helping to ation. Sunday at a family dinner ,Overstrest on US-301 South. UDC, met Thursday of last
celebrate the occasion were During the social hour in given by his son-in-law and Sandi Morgan week at the home of 'Mrs:' .
another daughter, Mrs. J. R. Fellowship Hall the new daughter, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Elzie Sanders with Mrs. Clyde
Sandi
Townsend of Lake Butler, a members of the society were Whitehead, Sr. Gary MelvinWeddingJan Morgan B. Terwillegar and Mrs. 'L
son, Seeber Thomas of Jack- honored. In charge were Mrs.A. Among those helping to Curtis Sanders 'as; ;co-.
J. Eaves, HI membership Honored At _
sonville, and grandson N. B. celebrate the occasion were hostesses. 'c'
Rosier and their families. chairman, and her com- his five daughters Mrs. A. W 18 Mrs.George W..Roberts,'Sr., .
mittee. Bridal ShowerMiss
Whitehead, Jr., Mrs. Willard presided In the absence of the
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Dockery of Green Cove Miss Sandra Marie Morganand president, Mrs. Guy Sale.;
Springs, Mrs. Amos Carlton of Gary William Melvin Sandi Morgan, fianceeof Mrs. Elzie Sanders, program Patterson-Kamareddine Nuptials
DeWitt William Gary Melvin, was chairman, showed Mathew
C. Jones Palatka and Mrs. Orin their date a -
have set wedding
Reddish, Jr., of Lake Butler, for Saturday,Jan. 18 at 8 p.m. honored Jan. 3 by her fellow Brady film taken' during the ',Held' Chrisimas Day At BarrysMiss
office workers in the Gulf Life Civil War.
two sons, Alvin Dobbs of
in the Madison Street Baptist
Funeral Home Palatka and M. J. Dobbs of Church with reception Tower with an informal The hostesses'served refreshments -
shower. Beverly Jean Patterson covered with an imported
Madison and their families.Mr. in the church Tupperware to the 14 members
following The room was appropriately attending during the social of Miami, daughter of Mr. Repousse,embroidered roses
STARKE PHONE 964-62OO. (Fellowship Hall. decorated in the wedding hour. and Mrs. John E. Patterson of and cutwork cloth. The table
RENTAL All friends and relatives are colors of blue and yellow and Kane Pa. became the bride of was centered with an

HOSPITAL BEDS WALKERS. WHEEL CHAIRS and Mrs. A. J. Eaves, invited to attend. this theme was also carried Tarek Kamareddine of arrangement of while mums.
A< CRUTCHES III, and family attended the .. out in the beautifully Sarah SmithCelebrated Miami, son of Mrs. Badrieh The two tiered wedding cake,
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS funeral of his mother, Mrs. A. decorated cake and punch. Ftooh of Tripoli, Lebanon on at one end of the table, was
J. Eaves, II, on Dec. 24 in San Mrs. J. L. Gentry spent the Miss Morgan received 3rd Dec. 25 at 4:30: p.m. at the decorated with touches of
PHONE 473-3176 Antonio, Texas. Burial was in holidays with her soninlawand many lovely and useful giftsas home of the bride's aunt, Mrs.A. white and yellow rose buds.
Fort Sam Houston, Texas. daughter,Mr. and Mrs. H. a remembrance of the J. Barry on Bessent Road. Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Jr. cut the
C. Beall in Macon, Ga. occasion. Birthday' Jan 3, Rev George L. Harper of the cake assisted by Mrs. Paul. G.
First United Methodist Brown.
Little Sarah' Smith celebrated Church performed the candle- Following a wedding (rip to
her third birthday,last light ceremony.The South Florida the couple'' is ;.
Friday, Jan.. 3, when her couple repeated their residing at 5G01 N.W. 7th St.,
mother Mrs. John R. Smith vows in front of the fireplace Miami.
"where the mantle was cen- The bride is employed at
gave a party for her at the
home of Mrs. Robert Johns. tered with a pyramid First Federal Savings and
The Raggedy Ann theme arrangement of yellow carna- Loan in Miami and Mr.
SAVE was carried out with a tions, white and yellow Kamareddine is self em-
$4OsET Raggedy Ann tablecloth on daisies, sprengerii fern and ployed.
the refreshment table with white tapers against a back-

matching plates and napkins.The ground of hanging sprengerli Masonic LodgeNo
12 little guests enjoyed fern. Flanking the mantle
games, favors and pony ride were two large gold can-
35 InstallationHeld
during the party hours Mrs. delabras with burning white

Smith was assisted by Lynne tapers.
Johns. F. H. Kramer, the bride's December
grandfather, served as best
.
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Legion AuxiliaryTo man Mrs. A. J. Barry attendedher Masonic Lodge No. 35
on limited niece as matron of honor. F.&A.M. held its installation
Meet Jan. '14 She wore a light green street of officers Monday evening.
Dec. 28 in the Masonic
mattressesby ALONE time length dress with rhinestone : Hull.
R. W.
Eugene B. Taylor
The American Legion accents and carried an arm
SALE Auxiliary to the American bouquet of yellow carnationsand installed the lollowing ofl facers
for 1975 Charles
'" Post of Starke will fern with satin : L. Uinkm.s.
Legion hold yellow
.
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'10' W.M., Robert
,. ,. .. a. ,.meeting on Tuesday .streamers; ; J. Shannon)
*.. ". \ .: ". evening Jan. 14 1975 at 7:30: The bride, "gtv n' in .Illenry,.S W. Robert T Godwin; M,,McHa'c, J.W..
marriage
p.m..t Legion' by. ""JJ.' D.''
Post Home of Starke.All mother, wore a pale yellow Yeager, Secretary, I ie\'>
.vvSfs P. Davis,
S.D.
UcMitucI I).
interested chiffon, street length dress
are
persons
Rogers,J.D.,
invited to attend this meeting. with gold bead accents. The Garry Coleman
S.S., T.
At this time the District Presi- dress was worn by her grand- Aubrey Green J.S..
James (F Putnam
dent will be here to help mother, Mrs. F. H. Kramer, Marshall
.,i-,. 95 organize the unit. on her fiftieth wedding anniversary Glen Wade, Chaplain. IM).
Fancher, Jr.
,
:<*- The American Legion Post reception on May 13, Light ref'rt'Shnwntsl'I'l'T.\lcr."
will .also meet the same 1971. She wore a yellow carnation served
following (the
install
evening so Post members and mums headpiece and ation.
EACH PIECE please bring your wives to the carried a nosegay of yellow
meeting.Mr. carnations, white daisies and
TWIN ,
sprengerii. Col and Mrs. 1. A. (;irilfll1uU'ndt.od
SIZE A reception was also held at
the .
the home. Mrs. A. golden( wi-dilmu
.and Mrs. Robert Tannerof Barry G.
anniversary '
reception lor :Mr.
Loudon the book.
Baldwin were Sunday visi- kept guest mid Mrs. W. D.
Hicks in Like''
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T1t UP Student bJ !IoJnow

;Jj'l/oJ now Earns Perfect
Mr. and Mrs. Polo Lacayoand Mr. and Mrs. Levon An-

Mr. and Mrs. Mack Bar- drews and son, Jimmy, spent
Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Stray- 4.0 AverageMadge ron and son of Tallahasseewere Thursday to Saturday at ;
horn of Wildwood were Christmas weekend Greenville S. C. where
Mr. and Mrs. II. F. Wigginsof ,
Starke announce the birth Sunday visitors of Mr and Anne Miller of guests of Mrs. J. M. Barron. Jimmy returned to his junior
Mrs. M. F, Hazen. Starke earned a perfect 4.0
of a daughter, Charmin year at Furman University :
Nicole, born Dee 6 in grade point average, straightA's Mrs. Gladys Weldon has after the holiday vacation.
Memorial Hospital in Jack- Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Harrisonwere during the Fall Quarter at returned from 16 days visit
sonville. in Waycross Friday and the University of Florida and with her son-in-law and Robert Lee Thomas has
Saturday visiting her mother, has been placed on the Presi daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. returned to his home in
Mrs. R. C. Hipps.Mr. dent's Honor Roll. Patrick and family in West Memphis, Tenn. after
a p' +s0DKey0 spen-
''M 4 Mrs. Miller is a junior in the Florida. ding holidays with his son-
Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Stal- and Mrs. Cyril Pickrenof / College of Education in-law and daughter Dr. and
lings of Gainesville announce Cave City, Ark. spent the Qua majoring in business educa- Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade of Mrs. J. H. Minesinger.
the birth of a son, Line Cot- past two weeks with Mr. and tion. Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Tom
tingham, born Dec. 28 at the Mrs Seeber Goodman. Slade, Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. J. Mr. and Mrs. H L. Tolbert
Alachua General Hospital. ,wnwuwuiM.. ..-. Joining the family during C. Sawyer of Jacksonville, and Mrs Ivan Niblack of Lake
Christmas week were Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. M.W. O'Brian of
Maternal grandparents are City were Sunday overnight
Mrs. James Pickren, Jr. of Dianne Anderson Rev. and Mrs. Frank Miami and Mr. and Mrs. John
Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Darlene Luke- guests of Mr. and Mrs. David
Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs Starling and family have
of Starke and Whelchel of Sanford and their
Dinkins
Montgomery on Mrs. Tolbert's -
Scotty Gillen of Lake City. returned to their home in Ar- families
Williams Christmas
spent
parental grandparents are Billy birthday.See .
House Fri
after weeks
HardeeEngagement lington, Texas a
Dwayne week at Beech Mountain, N.
and Mrs. Tom
Mr. Stallings,
Mrs. Verlie Sheridan of visit with her parents, Mr. and C. ( Page 5))
Will Introduce Sr. of Waldo. Told Washington, D. C. was Christ- Wedding Feb. 14 Mrs. W. L. Thomas. Mr. and ........
wprrpsOMp.prrpr mas holiday guest of Col. and Mrs. Thomas also had as last
4-H CoordinatorAn Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Anderson Rev. and .
Griffin.. Monday visitors
Mrs. J. A.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry M. Mr. and Mrs. Walter P. of Raiford announce the Mrs. Elmer Crews of Lake
Hatcher, III, announce the engagement and approaching
Luke of Heilbronn Springs Classes
open house to introduce birth of a daughter, Holly Ann, announce the engagement of Mrs. Bertha Pearce and marriage of their daughter, City.Mr. Needlepoint I
Lowell Parrish, new 4-H daughter, Mrs. Anna Mae ,
born Jan. 5 in Alachua Dianne, to Billy Williams, son
their daughter, Mary Darlene, of Jacksonville and Mrs. Jeffrey '.
coordinator in Baker, Brad Ensor
General Paternal of ,. and Willie
Hospital. Mr. Mrs.
to Emory Dwaync Hardee, of Brandon and Mr.
ford, and Union counties, is returned last Wednesday from Warren ::1
grandparents are Col. and son of Mr. and Mrs. Luther B. Williams of Macclenny.The and Mrs Lewis Guthrie and
two weeks visit with Mrs.Pearce's Beginners and Advanced
set from 7-9 tomorrow
p.m. Hatcher Jr. will be
Mrs. H. M. Hardee of Starke. wedding an of Hawthorne :
son-in-law and daughters spent i
(Friday, Jan. 10) at the Brad-
event of Feb.14 at 7:30 in
Wedding plans will be an- : pm. the holidays with their
ford County Agriculture daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C. L.
nounced at a later date. Hill in Calif. the New River Methodist parents, Mr. and Mrs J. D. '
Building on US-301 North of Upland,
Church, SR-125, Raiford witha Warren.Mr. Starting January 20th
Starke. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Ed- reception following in the
All 4-H parents, 4-H leaders, wards, Sr. spent the weekendat
church Hall.
Alvarez and Len Fellowship
Jimmy and Mrs. T. L. Casey,
and those interested in 4-H Horse Shoe.
activities are invited and ;bJ.JoJrww.! Register were in Caney, Kas. All friends and relatives are Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gid- For Information and RegistrationCall
over the weekend where invited to attend. dens and Mr. and Mrs. M. A.
encouraged to attend the open Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ivey and
of
house, County Agent son, Jim, of Portland, Ore., Jimmy sang in the wedding Payne and their families and
says
Mrs. Robert Milner, Jr. past national FFA president, Johnny Hobbs spent four days 964-6300 964-5149
of Atlanta
Bobby Taylor. Miss Jayne Hardy
returned Saturday after sur- G. Mark Mayfield on Saturday skiing last week at Blowing
and Miss June of
Ga. Hardy
gery last Friday in the Mr and Mrs.
Robert Rock, N. C.
1 Valdosta Ga. the holi-
spent
Alachua General Hospital.
Godber of Orlando and
DUPLICATE BRIDGE Mr. '
with their Mr.
days parents,
CLUB RESULTSMrs. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mrs. J. H. Moseley has returned and Mrs. Paul Casey of Gulf LTC and Mrs. V, J. Spengler "
Eve Mathewson and after'a month's visit Hammock and their families visited his father, Leonard /'
Francis and children the
spent with her and-daughterinlaw '5I7B"W"ROOd,
son
Christmas
were weekend at the Senior
Wrenshall were the win- had Spengler,
Jeff F. has
Mrs. W. Herlong holidays with his mother, Mrs.
ning couple at Duplicate as visitors Mr. and Mrs. John Ernest Francis in Woodbury, Dr. and in Knoxville Mrs. James Tenn.E.. guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Citizens Nursing Home in St. blorke. Florida
Moseley Casey, Jr Augustine Sunday..
Bridge Tuesday night. Tyingfor Stewart of Jacksonville on Tennessee.
second were Rhea Johnson Saturday and Mr. and Mrs. F.
and Hilda Dey and Mr. and V. Herlong and Mr. and Mrs. I
I Mrs. Ara Watana. T. A. W. H. Stemmeyer of Jackson-
Sundem and Mrs. J. H. Mine- ville on Sunday.
singer were third.

B. C. Holtzendorf; Jr. and T
I children spent Thursday to
Sunday fishing at Cedar Key.
;]);J Yo.Jw They were Joined on Sundayby
I Mrs Holtzendorf, Jr. and if ---
....' .." '< 'Y' A. S. Harrison, Jr. and sons, Mrs. Holtzendorf, Sr. AA" ', i'fi''P' '0< ff'M t 'kfainilcentersa\
\ Y ri'f '" ;Yi i ;i' a : -;<,- ;'t'rj' ,
j I Tommy and Richard, of Fort \
Lauderdale spent the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Charles Par- '
with Mr. and Mrs. Harrison, ker and family of Miami were ttR :
Sr. holiday guests' of Mrs.

Carolyn Redgrave and ._ *;'L\,\;'%"J\',' "ir .. t y' ,*Mr"' > ,.
family. >It { Jtrj;!;r
Mrs. J. M. Edwards, Sr.

in took Jacksonville care of her grandchildren last week Mrs. Shellie Gerle has (BWiJlmw( (!) (!) CJrnDW( L$ -
returned from a month's visit
while Mr. Edwards and son- with her daughter and family, SHOPPING CENTER
I in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Brad Locke in

Orleans Mrs. J.. M.attending High were the in New UF- Bradenton.Mr. u. S. 301 Starke Fla.


Nebrasks game in the Sugar and Mrs. James Burn- Open Mon Wed 0 To 8 Thurs. Sat 9 To 9 Sun 1 2 To 6L3EMfrT
Bowl. ham and daughter, Susan of
Largo and Mr. and Mrs. ::1'. E.
and Mrs. Dale Johns
Mr.
Ga.
Herndon of. Valdosta.
a were vacationing in Gatlin ,were weekend guests of, Mrs:; 1 1t
burg, N. C. during i the Pearl Burnham..' '" """' '
holidays.Bill .
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Mr. and Mrs. John Stringerof r ,
Godwin of
Chattanooga,
Sardis, Ala. were holiday
Tenn. spent the holidays with guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. R.
John Godwin and family. Judd. *"* CAJVNCMV

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Bill Jackson of Arlington
Jeffrey Wainwright had as
Texas was holiday visitor of Christmas weekend guests,
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M : mDr1TICELLOvt
his cousins, Chester and Clint y
Jackson and G. family.
Walker of Cleveland, Ala. and
Mitch Wainwright of Orange
Mrs. N. B. Rosier returned ,
Park. Kathy Wainwright
after two weeks in St.Vincent's .
Monday visited Cindy Wainwright in
for obser- DAISY DELIGHT
vation and Hospital treatment. She hadas days.Orange. Park during the holi- %:;

visitors during the week-

end, her daughter, Mrs. Mark Mrs. H. L. Speer returnedlast

Tampa Hamilton, who and stayed children with Mr.of weeks Thursday visit with her after daughterand three 4 ., A Pretty Collection

Rosier at State Farm. family, Mr. and Mrs. j Of Matching Sheets
Ernest P. Boland in Athens, ,
Mr. and Mrs. William J.. Ga. Mrs. Speer's grandson, Q Pillowcases Towels
Epperson spent Dec.21 to Jan. Barry Boland, accompaniedher "w ,
5 with their son-in-law and to and from Athens and And Wash Cloths
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. returned home the followingday. "
William T. 'Whisenhunt in ,- $
West Covina, Calif. They also x e'9f ,
visited Mr. and Mrs. Dale Van
Sickel in New Port Beach, ?f s 4Pr a Choose Cannon's* new "Daisy Delight"! pattern
Calif.., TilE BRADFORD 1 ; > + to add a touch of sparkle and springtime flowers!

COUNTY TELEGRAPH 5 '' r r, 4 : t i ; Bath towels, hand towels and wash cloths are of
Mrs. C. H. Fink and son of Published every Thursdayat k all cotton Velura prints on dyed ground. Sheets
Green Cove Springs visited 138 W.Call Street and Pillowcases are no-iron muslin, 50% Polyester
her mother, Mrs. Ella Moodyon Starke, Florida 3EM1
? & Cotton. Bright colors for a bright new

Monday. Second Class postage paid seasonog. .-

Did you know that you could Starke..Florida
still Buy a NEW 1974 Pinto
4 speed Radio and Heater Subscription Rates:
White, for $2,350 plus tag, In trade area: ".00 per
tax and title? Stock No. year; 13.50 six months

MOTORS P2914. TERWILLEGAR Outside trade area: 17.00 r l

per year; ......six months rt
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j TWIN Flat or Fitted or x -
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pharmacist first studies every prescription $34. $4 $26 1

before compounding The dosage la ;
checked for safety. We make certain we know
exactly what sour physician wants If we Emch
are In doubt we call the physician for more.Information. M

Then, son cat. year prescription
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quickly.

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That la why most new prescriptions cannot -
safely be ordered by maIL Von would Iou
too much lime and thin personal checking- : ;
TOWELS
tween the physician' and pharmacist If compounded BATH HAND TOWELS WASH CLOTHS ,.
In a distant state, far from your phy-
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YOU OK YOU DOCTOR CAN PHONE VS ir 24 x 44" 18 x 26" 12 x 12"

when yon need I d..y.,.. Wo will deliver
promptly without extra chart. A treat many
people rely on us for their health needa. We
welcome reenesta for delivery service and charge $ -37 ?


account. Phone 964-6767 t $211 } Each 6 Etlelt


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CommunityNews

Rights SAVE yyiry

W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE GRAIN FED / INC.
r1975WD
ELIZABETH GIVENS WALKER

SCHOOL NEWS ROASTQuantity
Classes opened Wednesday ILL
Jan. 8, at the Vo-Tech for the
New Year. Sewing and other BONELESS
classes are being offered for
the advantage of all adults
interested in improving for a
better job or for self improve-
ment. Persons interested in
registering in the sewing class
are asked to do so by January
21.The class is organized on a
first come, first serve basis. giMt Wond2 B
Mrs. Huby Thomas is the +
call
teacher. For information
Vo-Tech at 9646150. r
All adults interested in
obtaining a High School
diploma or studying for a BRAND ot/use? / 9c pEO'
better job or learning a new Food
invited to attend. tam
trade are
WE PLEDG! TO FIGHT
or can be
Classes organized
lYotnnhefajs INFLATION AND CONSERVE INEROY
organized.A .
program honoring Martin Winn.DixleV
Luther King will be held Wednesday
January 15, in Plea ave 61 PER LB. LB.
sant Grove United Methodist PRICES GOOD THURS. JAN. 9 THRU WED. JAN. 15
Church.All interested persons
are invited to attend.CIITKCIINEWS.

W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND USDA INSP. PURE (NO ADDITIVES' ) HICKORY SWEET

St.Church Johns: Rev.Missionary Willie Huffman Baptist CHUCK ROAST GROUND BEEF

follows, pastor: Weekly Service scheduleas services SLICED BACON

began with Prayer Band

Tuesday Bible meeting Class Prayer Monday combined Meeting at noon.was and SAVE 3,c $ 99 SAVE


held.School will Thursday will at be begin 10 held.a.m.Choir with Sunday Morning rehearsal Church services t,11: IB. 8 8t 5 LB. 3 !. E 1LB.10c 99

Afternoon -
Worship at 11 a.m. LB. PKG. '"
service at 3 p.m. Visitors are PKG.
always welcome.
'hurch or God In Christ:
W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE PORTERHOUSE OR W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE
Elder: D. R. Williams pastor. DETEROSNTGIANT

Weekly Bible Band services meeting began Tuesday with BONE STEAK ROUND STEAK
night. Friday night Prayer TIDESAVE
Meeting and YPWW at 6 p.m.
Sunday services will begin
with Church School at 10 a.m. SAVE
Morning Worship at 11:30.: SHOVE .89 68 irj
Evening Worship at 7:30.: $ Zl' $

Rev New Leroy Bethel Davis Baptist pastor.Church The: IB. 1 LB. l' ::: 88..

church with Meeting Bible activities Saturday Class and will at Prayer 4 begin p.m. III 18! J 4 '

LB. PKG.
Choir No. 1 rehearsal at 6:30: LB. I
p.m. Sunday services willbegin Limit 1 with $7.50 or more purchase excluding clgar.tt.
with Church School at
9:30. Morning Worship at 11
a.m. Evening service at 6:30.: FRESH PORK ((3.LBS. S DOWN) .. _
SAVE 31
W.D BRAND USDA' CHOICE BEEF BETTY CROCKER HAMBURGER SOUTHERN BISCUIT

Visitors Greater Baptist are Bethlehem always Church welcome.: Freewill Rev.Jaspl'r -. Spareribs L.. 98C Chuck Steak tB.98c Helpers . 2 PKGS. $100 1 Flour 5 PKO' 68

Williams, Service rf TASTYr WJ) BRAND SAVE.. 7c HEINZ .
schedule as pastor.follows Mon-:. Beef Patties 3 PKG. $1" Stew Meat1" IT. tB. $139! Ketchup; 32'01..n. 68c Chicken DOUGLAS WHOLE 52\.N," 99c
began .
Weekly services
day night with Tiny Tot USDA' GRADE "A" QUICK FROZEN W-D BRAND RED!.BASTED.. SAVE" 30. W.D BRAND.USDA..CHOICE BEEF BONELESS STEAKS" SAVE 33. VAN" CAMP .. ., .,.
.. ..".. "" .Em'CROCkU _
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LAYER.J
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rehearsal'and Ushers Board .
No. 2. Tuesday night the Turkey.--.. t.. '" 69C Delmbrucos. I .. JV:kLB. $279, "or" eans. 4"1601'1$1\ l0 ""r..Q..I:'" Vlixesl."e.\ : ; 'PKG.''- = 59;.;
Senior Choir rehearsed. Wednesday BRAND USDA GRADE "A" FRESH FROZEN W-D BRAND FRYING WHOLE SAVE.. 10. KRAFT

Thursday night night Prayer tonight Meeting.the Franks . . iZ-ot.PKG.. 69c Chicken. . LB. ..49c Grape Jelly. . *.. 48c chili THRifTY I MAID I & Beans 'CAN. 39c
Ladies Circle will meet at the
W.D BRAND WHOLE HOG HOT O. MILD QUARTER SLICED MUELU.'S '
home of Mrs. Rebecca Allen. HANDY" PANTS" DISPOSABLE..

Junior Friday Choir night will at 6 meet.p.m. The the Sausage . La.99c Smoked Thorn tB.98c Spaghetti 4 A"K $100 l Diapers . ? 99c

Prayer Band will meet at the
Home of Mrs. Jonnie Mae
Culfee. CAMPBELL'S CHICKEN NOODLESOUP THRIFTY MAID BARTLETT HARVEST FRESH FLORIDA YELLOW
Sunday is Youth Day.
Church School will begin ser-
\ices al 9:30.: Morning service PEARS CORN
at 11 a.m. with the Youth in
charge. Dinner will be served I JJ I

at ill 12:30.be: held Deaconess next Sunday meetingw at 5 SAVE SAVE

charge p.m.Home At of Mission 6 services.p.m. the will Women have 5e 18 CNI KEKNOOO E 12c10112.oz.

:Ml. Zion A.M.K. Church. 2 88,1O, 99c

I pastor.1.II"t..y:Sunday Rev R.services L. Bethel will 29.oz.

begin with Church' School at 10 CAN CANS EARS
am. Level east service at 11
a.m. Communion services at 4
p.m. Visitors are always MONOGRAM LONG GRAIN STOKELY CREAM STYLE OR MORTON


.welcome.lleustie\.M.K.(:orf'at..rlIen: ,Church pastor: Services Rev.Chapel R. G.as RICE W. K. CORN DINNERS

and -
lollows: Class meeting




r I.I official Monday Prayer lor Tuesday Choir meeting.Meeting night No.night.Jan.2 combinedeach was Rehearsal 5. Also held- 3 SAVE PKO.10e LB. 6 8 /, 3 SAVE 17oz.CANS 12e 8 8 2 PKOS.11.0z. $ ..TUtKIY o TURKEY BEANS CHICKEN SALISBURY A TITTRAZINICRACKIN1 FR.NKS'




MlAI' LOAF

GOODSalHnes THRIfTY MAID CRANBERRY

. 2 PKGS.I.L.. $100 1 Sauce . 3 CANS 16.... $] 0068C FRESH FLORIDA IB. ASTOR
--- Oranges 5 59C
CRACKIN' GOOD TOASTER THRIFTY MAID r . RAG 2rsaTnsoeoJulce-3 $1

ri..t t apUeI Pastries 2 FKGS.S1oo! Lunch Meat .i 12-01.CAN VINE RIPE [. APPLE.

ceJ.e SAVE ,0. DIXIE DARLING SANDWICH. Tomatoes . 3 L.,. 9]100 Xpple'pieT 24-e.. 89CIB
26-01. THRIFTY MAID POWDERED RED DELICIOUS . PIE
Bread . 2 LOAf 88C MUkCWs'tE 2O-0T. SUPERBRANO WHIPPED
$399
OUR PRIORITY IS . IKO Apples I . 4 LAO 69c 9. .
e.
PEOPLEII!! ?' DIXIE' DARLING. MOWN N< SERVE SEEDED THRIFTY MAID PINTO. OR Topping . CUP 59c.
h 1 The task of our church is to HARVEST FRESH .

reach proclaim people God's in the Word name and of Rolls . . SMG'S;: M04 Navy Beans 3 CAN 15 O. 88C Lettuce . t. I Iy Creamer'SUPERBRAND COFFEE '' . 3 leer. : $1
j Jesus Christ. If you believe SAVE tx DIXIE DARLING THRIFTY MAID

\.I ij that Church and the should the priority Word be evangelism of of God the Dunkin' Stix 1p V& 59c Kidney Beans 3: CANS 15 88c RUSSET Potatoes BAKING POLY LAO .110 M. 69c POLY Potatoes SAO FRENCH FRIED . 5 :: 99C.


you will enjoy| the First. ..................... .............................
Baptist Church of Stark

Great Singing I I EXTRA 4"1/ :GREEN STAMPS : I I EXTRA 4"1/ :GREEN '; I I EXTRA : I I EXTRA / I EXTRA j
STAMPS I I'
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Bible PreachingLoving wA- -W.MIWI r M MrlruM ipi.M M M11.M w ..I"--uM NMM.Y.. ...A rNYY--M.rW r dT..GREEN STAMPS ''
People 1 TWO 7-0l.KG3 10-lB BAO.. I MM -wWM Y.MLIYM N
4-01. JAR ASTORFREEZE i
RENUZIT SOLID BEST OP SHOW SIX 12-ot. CANS '
f Hear our Pastor preach Air Freshnr I Oeg Food Ch.k Drinks 1 DRIEDCoffoo J( ONE Smok.d HALT SUNNVLAMO Ham TENDER 1
Sunday / GOOD THRU JAN. II 1 + GOOD THRU JAN. If i GOOD THRU IAN 15 1
f this Morning.message NO. J I ..tout,...,WHM.... ', No. 52.......,ra_..... No. 33 ., GOOD..,.THRU JAN. IS GOOD THRU JAN 'IS ;
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"The Church With Heart ONE 4-LB. CAN ti--.-- --- --w r.Yr w 1 ---M..w N ......_____. '
In The Heart of Starhe"Ben SWIFT PREMIUM 2.L. CUPSUPERBRANO 16PKO.. 29..1. SIZI ... PKO.
CREAMED ASTORInstant / MIGHTY HI STRAWBERRY SARA
P. Bryant Conned Ham Cottage Ch..s. Potato. Shortcako Pull LSI Apart APFU ;

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I Covington:::;;::;d; bituaries greatgrandchildren.Funeral,o o o+.ow services e were. held Young men are Men getting Obliged the resume To the draft.RegisterYoung These men

Mrs. Ruth Byrd of Jackson- word that they still have to would be first in line for any :
Monday afternoon, Jan. 6, in call-up during 1976.
PROVIDENCE: ville. for the standby draftas &
CovingtonM the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel in register Draft officials
Woodley, 56, died Wednes- Funeral services were held Starke with Rev. Don Denton required by law betweenthe have the believe they :
day from injuries suffered Saturday, Jan. 4, at 3 p.m. in officiating. Burial was in period of 30 days before overcome erroneous
accidentally on his farm when the First United Methodist and 30 days after their 18th impression prevalent in the
Church of Lake Butler with Lawtey Cemetery. first half of 1973 that the end of .
his tractor turned! .over and birthday. .
the draft also .
rolled on top of Mr. Woodley. Rev 'John Grant officiating. The draft lottery for men meant the end of ft: Mr. Woodley was District Burial was in Dekle Ceme- Kenneth Ritchey born in 1956, who turn 19 this compulsory draft registra- "#*<
Conservationist for Bradfordand tery. Archer Funeral Home of year, is scheduled for March tions. No one has been drafted
Union Counties for the Lake Butler was In charge of Services were held Friday, 12.This will assign them numbers since December 1972. family- centers
past 20 years. arrangements. Jan. 3, for Kenneth Ritchey, setting the order in which Men no longer have to ,
Born in Santa Rita, New 16, of Melrose who acciden- they would be called in case of report to their draft boards, ". ,*>,",;:,",.f)
Mexico, Mr. Woodley- movedto tally drowned while canoeingin a national emergency that but can register with volun- .. .. i?s '. .' .'','>''.' fXt
Jacksonville early in life. James A. Otto Santa Fe Lake on Tuesday, could cause Congress to teer uncompensated regis- ;
lie graduated from Landon Dec. 31.Services. trars. rnW t aDQ0E0( iJrnl 3 L$
High School in Jacksonvilleand James Adam Otto of were held at
received his B.S. Degreein Seminole died Jan. 3. Me was graveside in Crosby Lake pcqee YOOJmOW SHOPPING'
Agriculture at the University born Sept.9,1902 in Louisiana.The Cemetery on SR-100 west of I U.S. 301 South CENTER Starke Fla.
of Florida. A veteran of Holiday Isles Elks Lodge Starke. :
W.W. II,, Mr. Woodley servedon No. 1912 held a memorial Born in Japan on Jan. 18 (From Page 3) Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Tilley
the USS Bannington. service at Setriinole-Beach 1958, Mr. Ritchey is survivedby visited their son-in-law and
Mr. Woodley was a memberof Memorial Chapel in St. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Charles McQuaig of daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Davis
F.&A.M. Lodge 52 in Lake Petersburg on Jan. 5 and Don K. Ritchey. Waycross and Mr. and Mrs. Cowan in Jacksonville over ,
Butler,; Luke City Council No. regular funeral service was DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Jimmy Luckie of Philadel- the weekend.Mrs. .
35 F.&A.M? Lake City Com- conducted by Pr. John E. Home was in charge of phia, Pa. were last Thursday
mandary Kd. 39 K.T.M. Past Pickens Jr. Jan. 6 at the arrangements. visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Mack N. D. Wainwright and ifi
District Deputy of Hoyal Arch. Chapel. Interment was in Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Buck Sellers of SCAM j
lie is a past president of the Crosby Lake Cemetery, Hollywood were Sunday ..
Lake Butler Club C. M. Lewis of Mr. and Mrs. J. R.
Rotary past directed by Seminole-Beach Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Gold- guests JO
patron of Eastern Star No. 40 Memorial, Chapel.Survivors wire were in Vineland, N. J: Wainwright.Rev. .I
m Lake Buller, was a memberand are his wife, Mrs. Blanche C. M. Lewis, 66, of Starke, during the holidays visiting I II
chairman of the Boifrd of Alderman Otto of Seminole, a died Monday, Jan. 6, in Mr. and Mrs. Ray Goldwireand Henry Jones of the I 1 1i
Trustees of Union General stepson, Stuart Vandiviere, Bradford County Hospital family. Raiford Baptist Church Golden "THEATER AUTOMATIC
Hospital, and chairman of the Jr. and step-grandchildren, after a brief illness. He was suffered a heart attack last I J
Official Board of the First Marcus and Lynn Vandiviereof born in Berrian County Miss Dea Moredock has Thursday and is confined in J
United Methodist Church of Chapel Hill, N.. C. and a Georgia on March 2, 1908, and returned to Mercer College Alachua General Hospital.Mrs. .
Lake Buller. brother Joseph J. Otto of New had lived in Starke for the past after spending the holidayswith I
Survivors include his Orleans, La.1I..s. five years. A painter by trade, her mother, Mrs. Olive Clyde B. Terwillegar, i I r
widow: Mrs. Marie Woodleyof he was a veteran of World WarII Ryder at Kingsley Lake. Sr. of St. Petersburg, Mrs.
Providence; two sons: and a Baptist. Madeline Scott of Coronado,
Ronald Woodley of Clear- Lomie Mosley Mrs. J. R. Wainwright and Calif., Mr. and Mrs. J. McKay I
water and Johnny Woodley of Surviving is his wife, Mabel Mrs. Gene Shaw and children Truluck and Mr. and Mrs. J. '
Ocala; his parents: Mr. and Mrs. Lomle Loadholtz Mos- Leach Lewis, of Starke; his visited Mrs. Johnny Kopelousos H.Truluck of Sanford and Mr. OUR LOW ic'
Mrs. M. M. Woodley of Jack- ley, 85, of Lawtey, died Satur- mother, Mrs. Elma Lewis, in Orange Park Mondayand and Mrs. John Allen; IV of I
sonville; two brothers: Jack day, Jan. 4, in Bradford Nashville, Ga.; one daughter, celebrated Angela Kope-' Gainesville were Sunday PRICE!
Woodley of Jacksonville, and County Hospital following a Mrs. Linda Wright, Starke; lousos' eighth birthday.Mr. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. I
Manning M., Woodley, Jr. of lingering illness. two brothers, John B. Lewis Terwillegar, Jr. I
Jacksonville; four sisters: Born in Lawtey on May 3, and Henry C. Lewis, both of and Mrs. Barney
Mrs. Hazel Rhodes of Cary, N. 1889, Mrs. Mosley was the Nashville, Ga.; three sisters, McRae, Sr., Mrs. Cary Naz- Mrs. Harry Mooty and son- $1888 Model 655T i iA
C.; Frances Beard of Crofton, daughter of the late Martin L. Mrs. Ruth Vickery, Ray City, worth and son, Mrs. Betty in-law and daughter, Lt. and controls 1.1.1
Maryland; Mrs. Jane Cum- Loadholtz and Sarah Prevatt. Ga.; Mrs. Nadine Stressnic, Crawford and son, Mark, Mrs. R. G. Thornton of San deluxe fan with (Huh' button
ming of Jacksonville, and She was the widow of the late Nashville, Ga. ; and Mrs. spent New Years Day with Dr. Diego, Calif. spent Christmas 1000-1320 and 1600 watts. Safetytip ....
Robert Wm. Mosley. Mrs. Mattie Mae Green, Port Char- and Mrs. McRae, Jr. in Lake week with his relatives in \ .. over switch. Fan forced air. ..... ...... ,
Did you know that you could Mosley was a member of the lotte, Fla.; 'and four grand- Maitland and Miami. ................... ............... I''
still Buy a NEW 1974 Pinto Grace Methodist church. children. City.E4 Mr. and Mrs. R. O. IJansuy .........
speed, Radio and Heater Survivors include one son, Vincent St. John of Port visited Mr. and Mrs. Roy -.........
.
White, for $2,350 plus tag, Robert M. Mosley of Starke; a Funeral services will be Canaveral visited his family Andrews in Jacksonville I
tax and title? Stock No. daughter, Mrs. Vera Mae held at 2 p.m. Thursday in over the weekend while Monday. GayetyG'i'
P2914. TERWILLEGAR Dyal of Lawtey; one sister, Jones Memorial Chapel with enroute to Charleston, S. C.
MOTORS Mrs.Mary Dinkins of Lawtey, interment following in Kings- where he will attend Teletype Monday visitors of Mrs. L.
six grandchildren and six ley Lake Cemetery. School for six weeks. A. Canova, who also attendedthe I PAPER TOWEL&r
funeral service of JamesA.
Otto, were Mr. and Mrs. S.
I P. Vandiviere, Jr., ChapelHill II Strong absorbent paper towels in '
N. C., Joseph J. Otto of Ii I jumbo size rolls. 120 2-ply sheets per ; 1 *' ,

FINAL 3 DAYS!' !' '! New Heights Weimer Marshburn Orleans, of Mrs.Gainesville, La.of Mona, Mrs.Keystone,Claire Cora Mrs. !.II li,I ii I:| of roll.attractive Printed borders colors.r in an assortment s'a 4" :"


Jack Schoemaker of BUY NOW AND SAVE! J
Tallahassee, Mr. and Mrs. T. #7200
DIAMONDS JEWELRY J. Alderman, Jr. of Ocala,
: WOODBURN'SGEM : Mrs. William R. Aldermanand 2
family of Hampton, Mr. ; 20 Gallon
WATCHES RIFTS Ul
and Mrs. L. A. Canova, Jr.
JEWELRY IN STARKE and son of Orange Park, Mr. : Limit -FOR. TRASHCAN
and Mrs. George A. Canova .
and Davie...
and children, ;'
Canova of Kingsley Lake, m
Mrs.Lucile Hubbard and Rev.

Lawrence Carroll of Keystone Strong, rust-proof, water.s..p -
Heights and Mrs. W. F. Mooreof .
Lawtey. bq | tight. Lock-on lid.
a4 ; tw3du nyl'

LTC and Mrs. Don Koretz
and daughter of Alexandria, $ 7

Our Last & Final 3 Days TAKE ADDITIONAL 10% Va.her McKnight.Mr.spent mother the, holidays Mrs. Arlin with f BJ Limit-2

OFF HUNDREDS OF ITEMS! tiZjitfl
and Mrs. Glen Conner -
and family of Orlando, Mrs.
40-50 % Vivian Harley of Merritt
Island and Leonard Conner of
and Tampa were guests last weekof
Mr. and Mrs. Barney

6O-7O % SS McRae.

Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Smith of
Williston visited their
daughter and family, Mr. and
OUR ENTIRE INVENTORY MUST BE SOLD WITHOUT RESERVE Mrs. Marc Jackson, last ttC44 V

Saturday. BAMBOO HAMPERS

1 / / .5- 1 Mr. and Mrs. Garl Mathewswere Trash CanLINERS
1i in Maitland last Tuesdayto Durable, sturdy bamboo lets air circulate freely. .
I '
Friday visiting Mr. and convenient carrying handles, lift off lids. Many house-
and
Mrs. Bruce Mathews
I I i I family.Mr. hold uses I
SMALL SIZE 1 10 Count 20 gallon size.

and Mrs. Jack McComb MEDIUM
visited their son-in-law and ,$299

CL S E"RYaRiita FINAL MARKDOWN! SEIKO FINAL MARKDOWN! I.;I C.daughter Greer,and Mr. family and Mrs.in John Bra- A.g SIZE

$ |QUARTZ wATCNShck; Rsasttent&$12Zoo denton last week. 2 er,
24600
Reg *3B9n Sale '27300 Our Reg. '185* Sate Mrs. Sarah Barton of LARGE $39)Each ) 67Golden

iForHlmForHer.Carat CROTON 4 Atlanta has been spending SIZE
FINAL MARKDOWN! Last FINAL IIIIDOWILI! several weeks with her son-in-
DIAMOND TRIO NURSES WATCH Resistant' law and daughter. Col. and
< t
coo Shock ,
Reg. '250 .Sale '175 *H| f Re g. '95* 'Sa/e'5 700 $5200 Mrs. H. M. Hatcher, Jr. G
Final
interlocking Set e Diamond. fllliL IIIIDOWILI I EL IN lectronlc.Calendar"ater Local admittances to Brad- -or Golden T' Diamond
R..tant, Expansion a.nd ford County Hospital this
IIAMOND BRIDAL SET week include: Clyde Shaw,
S9988 Days STAINLESS STEEL 'Y.ATCHPLEISE Raiford; Frank Strickland, WRITING WHITEENVELOPES ALUMINUM
Reg. 195" Sale 129M \\Re 62'0 Sale ,4 s39oo William Wentz, Alfred Swanson .
Demerry Conner, Mrs.
Ida Sasser, Mrs. Brigitte TABLET FOIL
CRAB THESE BARGAINS Rigby, Charles Wilkison,
Michael Orlando, Terry Boat-
right, Mrs.Sandra Parker and

FINAL 3 DAYS PICK FINAL 3 DAYS David Mrs. Marlene Maclsaac Smitn, Keystone, Starke;

Prince and WALLCASE No. 1 UP ALL SHOWCASE No. 2 Heights; John Steitz and Mrs.
Carol Phillips, Lawtey.
Prtncsss Gardner ALL GIFTWARE LAVAWAYSAND KREISLER Sterling and Gold Filled
GENUINE LEATHER Mr. and Mrs. Howe More-
GLASS CASES DIGITAL CLOCKS '' dock,HI, and daughter.Olive, 4 .
PENDANTS
the weekend .4'C
LIGHTERS REPAIRS. of Miami spent
KEY CASES : STERLING SILVER DURAFLEX EARRINGS with Mrs.Lake.Olive Ryder at Oll f
Kingsley
'
PASS HOLDERS BABY SETS '
POCKET STERLING PICTURE I STORE BANDS BRACELETS Mrs. George Bishop and
f.Q' FRAMES NECKLACES I children of Jacksonville spent
-
.'1,'" SECRETARYS BAROMETERS FIXTURES ; the weekend with her parents,
Mr and Mrs.A.B. Whitehead,'

.s:+ 50% OFF 50off FOR SALE. 50% OFF' 50% OFF t Sr Mr.. and Mrs. James Irvin of '

r Lewisville, Ga. were weekend 8" x 9" Size. 130 Count '100 Count quality envelopes 12 x 8.33 yds. 25 Sq.i
guests of their aunt, Mrs.:W tablet. Choice of ruled for home, school Ft. total. Strong sturdy,
H. Holland and Mr. and Mrs.S. unruled Buy or office. Stock-up tolightweight aluminum
or paper. .
*- NEVER 1 BEFORE: SUCH SAVINGS i -
L. Peek Jr. now and SAVEI day and SAVEI for baking and broiling. r

Mrs. George Pfiester of
II'' Fort Lauderdale spent last : <

ILL : Wednesday to Friday with her 431 2,
'8 tusRTwrFri-Sat son and family, Mr. and Mrs. 43 "

FIN DAYSWOODBURN'S, i' .:. ,' Farm.Edward Joining Pfiester the at family State 6. I u.a1l4:

overnight Friday were Mr. III'T
FINAL 3 FINAL 3 DAYS and Mrs. Earl Sinderi of Clay L Open Mon We* 0 To 8 Trturs. Sat. 9 To'9 Sunday 14 2''e .i
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Bargaining Agent RecognizedFor Boy 16 Drowns Mini Arts Festival Scheduled For Jan 12 I


. The Spring Arts Festival of The Hogtown Howlers calling Mrs Bernice D.
The holiday season ended in youth, described as an excellent Santa Fe Community Collegeis Gainesville's' only registered! Bateman, 964-6150 Special
Electric WorkersSTARKE tragedy for year-old swimmer and surfer, sponsoring a mini-arts festival Barbershop Quartet have arrangements for this Mini-
Kenneth Frank Ritchey, son was presumed to have in Starke at 2 p.m. Sunday, been singing frequently Arts-Festival are being made
of Don Ritchey of Melrose and drowned accidentally. His January 12 at the Bradford throughout tins area. The by Mrs Bateman Coordin-
The city's elec- trying to get across the street. it,and was in fact, preparing a Mrs. Susan T. Ritchey of body was found only five feet High School Auditorium. quartet placed third in recent ator of Community Education,
trical employees will have Richards also requested the letter of complaint to the com- Jacksonville, when his body from the canoe he had bor- The festival is made possible state competition.The Altamease Chandler, Eliza-
union representation in collec- commission to take some mission about dogs and catson was found on the north shoreof rowed the night before. by a grant from the Fine quartet has also been beth Walker and the Adult
tive bargaining and employ- action about motorists the loose. Attorney George Little Lake Santa Fe, New Ritchey was born in Japan, Arts Council of Florida and regular performers for the Basic Education Class.
ment ,practices, according to making a right turn on red Pierce read the two-page city Years Eve morning. Jan. 18, 1958, attended Robert the National Endowment for Spring Arts Festival and the
an action taken by the com- lights and said that one of his ordinance on the handling of Graveside services were E. Lee High School in Jack- the Arts. Mini-Arts Festivals in the
mission Tuesday's meeting.A neighbors had been injured dogs in the city limits. Theyare held Friday at 11 a.m. at the sonville and was a student at Featured at the Mini-Arts past. Their music includes Smokey Says
J. Watson, business recently while trying to cross prohibited from running Crosby Lake Cemetery just Florida Junior College in Festival is the Ballet Petite, authentic renditions of the
manager of the International the street on a green light. loose, and the ordinance outside Starke, with the ser- Jacksonville' this term. the Hogtown Howlers (a Bar- "good old barbershop music." THREE/ TVINCSTO REMEMBER
Brotherhood of Electrical Mayor Schaefer referred both empowers the chief of policeto vice conducted by the Rev. bershop Quartet), displays by They take the audience backin ,
Workers, Local Unit 1205, of problems to the safety take action against dogs Leroy Olive, Jr. Arrange- Helene Flemming and Chris time to a bygone era of bar- WHEN PURGING BRUSH ORTRASH.
Gainesville, was officially committee.. that are not muzzled or on a ments were made by DeWittC. Williams and many displays bershop quartet singing. The .,#1-I4AVE KELP
recognized by the city com- -City Purchasing Agent C. leash and have them im Jones Funeral Home of SERVICE MENGay by Starke area residents. Hogtown Howlers capture the 1t2-J./AVf/ R7OISANDd3WATERHANDY
mission to represent 14 city A. Parham was delegated the pounded.Commissioner. Starke. The Ballet Petite is the resi- audience with the harmonizing -
workers who are employed at additional responsibility as Inventory Marc The boys disappearance ,. A dent dance company of Joni's and genuine costumes. -
the city power plant and the clerk for the city. Jackson, who operates was first brought to the atten- School of Dance in Gaines- Professional Artists participating -
power line crew. With an Inventory of $38 Jackson Building Supply in tion of the Bradford County Promoted ville. They have performed in the program are
More than a majority of the million of city owned Starke, put the commission on Sheriff's Department on Corporal throughout the region in dance Helene Flemming, displaying
employees have already property, one of the recommendations notice that his business wouldno Monday, Dec. 30, after his Dec. 24 Marine Lance presentations. The Ballet pottery, and Chris Williams
signed authorization cards to of the inventory longer sell merchandise to family had conducted an Corporal Stephen W. Gay, son Petite is a regular participantin displaying watercolors.. Alsoon
become affiliated with union specialist was for the city to the city while he was a mem- unsuccessful all day search. of Mr. and Mrs. Harold L. the annual Spring Arts Fes- the program is a slide show
representation, but the exact employ someone to keep the ber of the commission. Jack- Ritchey, who was visiting Gay, and whose wife Maxineis tival. The program to be pre- and film on the Spring Arts
number that have already records current and up-to- son said that in view of recent his father's home on Lake the daughter of Mrs. Aliene sented in the Starke Mini- Festival of Santa Fe Com-
signed was not revealed. Since date at all times. Instead of publicity on conflicts of interest Santa Fe during the holidays, Dixon of 614 Lake St., all of Arts-Festival includes a munity College.
membership in the union is employing additional per between elected of- apparently was last seen by a Starke was promoted to his classical ballet, "Pas de The Mini-Arts Festival is
optional with the employees sonnel to handle the job, ficials and employees who neighbor, Fred Thieman, present rank while serving at Quatre," an abstract ballet, free and open to the public.
cent membership has Parham appointed on a also businesses that around 11:30: Sunday would like to
100 per was operate pm. the New River Marine Corps "Elements" and a modern Anyone who -and don'l burn dry,
on
not been indicated trial basis to determine how sell to the governing bodies on night, when Ritchey asked to Air Station, Jacksonville, N. Jazz presentation called "50's exhibit arts and crafts can windy days!
The action take is in accord much work will be involved which they sit or serve, that he borrow their canoe for a C. and 70's" make arrangements by
with Florida's new labor rela- -Commissioner Harold Epps had conducted an extensive moonlight ride on the lake.
tions act passed by the 1974 said that he had received a search to see if those provi- Deputy Robert Green of the
legislature which became number of complaints about sions applied to him. After Bradford County Sheriff's :
effective January I, 1975. packs of dogs running loose in being advised by the Com- Department stated Thursdaythat 'I
The act provides that employees the city. Epps cited an in- mission on Ethics in an autopsy report had not
may bargain collec- stance where a child had been Tallahassee that he said he been received as yet, but thatno .THE
tively with their employers bitten on the grounds at South- was taking voluntary action to foul play was suspected, as
through representatives of side Elementary School and avoid any conflict that may no marks or bruises were evi-
their own choosing.. Another the PTA was quite upset about arise in the future dent on the body. .
option of the statute is that The six foot, 145 pound -
employees may refrain from
such activity if they so desire.
Appointed to represent the UC School Policies

city in collective bargaining FARMHAND
.was City Clerk
Merrill Edwards and the Reviewed
Board of Bond Trustees, Adopted
whose membership is com- '"-
posed of T. C. Hazen Jr, LAKE BUTLER Just two leave, which he earns at the planation of new regulations
Jewett C. Fogg and George B. days before the deadline, a rate of 10 days per year and affecting student records.
Flynn Sr.Collective. book of policies was adoptedby can accumulate up to 120 Personal records of studentswill .
bargaining is de- the Union County School days, then apply for an additional i- not be released withoutthe YOUDONTHAVE
fined as negotiations between Board after a public hearing 10 days from the super written consent of the student -
organized workers and their Monday, Dec. 30, to give an intendent.If or parent. However, the
employers concerning opportunity to discuss the employe uses all sick student may review material
salaries and wages, hours of changes.On leave and vacation time, plus kept in his records at any \,
employment and working con- Jan. 1 county local the 10 days allowed throughthe time.
ditions and any measure pro- governments, includingschool superintendent's office, he The entire policy handbookwas
posed by employers directly boards,came under the may then apply for additional approved unanimously by ..
affecting their employees. Florida Administrative Pro- leave from the school board. the board. Other changes
Collective bargaining gives cedures Act which requires The board may approve up to include allowing two days per-
employees a voice in condi- that each change in policy be one year's leave. sonal leave for any reason 't ..
tions that affect them.At advertised in a newspaper anda Intent of the rule is to allow rather than two days religious
the December 17 meetingof public hearing held before it for childhood diseases such as leave. Maternity leave will .
the commission another be approved. measles, etc., but .
can mumps have no limit but is strictly ,,
collective bargaining board Proposed changes in the may also include influenza or determined by the employeand :
was also authorized. That rules and regulation govern- accidents if the employe her doctor. TO HIRE.
board is to be composed of one ing the operation of Union becomes sick or is injured Property records will be
employee appointed from schools were reviewed at the while on the job. kept on items of $100 value
each of the city's operational December board meeting anda Another discussion centered rather than the previous $25
departments: Bobby Lewis hearing set Dec. 31 to give around publishing an agenda and the general purchase '..
will I represent the Fire another opportunity to ask seven days before each school
allows of Your"farm
hand"
policy purchase -he's have"farm hands"
who
one we advise
Lane the any can
Department; Sibley questions about changes in the board meeting as required
.
.. items under $2,000 withoutbid
.
Police; John Thornton, Gas policies < under.-the procedures act.\ / In the prior- policy, ,all .- _of many Gold Kist/FMX specialists you on feeding programs to help you get
Department; Claude Hardee, During the' discussion of' Supt. James Cason explainedthis r : whose services available ',. ..
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items over$J,000 had to be advertised are to you as The best'return on lowest-cost feed "u,: '
Electrical Department; Diane policies, only three changeswere would be no different for bids, but that
Jordan Recreation; Elise questioned for clarification. because the agenda has been ceiling has been increased to
Pass City Administration, circulated in advance of meet $2,000 by state law if the local need or want it, there are
and Ray Nettles the Public One was the rule concerning ings in the past.Cason said the board it. hands"who
approves can help
Works Department which illness-in-the line-of-duty- board cannot act on businessnot you
In other action Dec. 30, the
includes Streets, Garbage, leave. The new policy allows appearing on the agenda board voted to request $21,099 animal housing,
Sewer and Water. teachers to receive additional except in emergencies. from the state as the Union and sanitation.
Watson said the IBEW was leave from the superintendentand Groups wishing to address
share of construction
County when it
the largest electrical workers school board if an illnessis should ask to be placed on the distributed to all comes marketing
union and the total national contracted in the class- agenda 10 days before the counties.money Ten percent of the .. hands" will advise you
membership was in excess of room. The employe must first meeting day. funds will go to health and different sales contract
one million employees.Dan use his accumulated sick The board heard an ex- with the
Rosetti, Regional manager safety projects can make better decisions
from the Atlanta office of remainder to be applied to '. } sell outright for cash or
costs of the kindergarten ...
:
IBEW said that than five
more
TREES PRODUCE I building now under construc- until later.
years had been spent in OXYGEN- ':i'i;
developing a workable collec- tion.Supt. yourself a real specialist
Cason the efforts '
praised ;
tive bargaining plan in
specialty-a Gold Kist
Fight Pollution Plant Tr of administrative staff
Florida and that similar a :
drives were being conductedin Billy Rae Forester in his con- L ,.
Key West Marathon, tinuing effort to keep on top of I ask your Gold Kist/FMX
state
Homestead and New Smyrna regulations. ., ,4 get you the helping hand
.
Beach and other Florida citiesto .
assist municipal employeesin Top now.
Quality
Packaged
collective bargaining FILING CABINETS. Type- I Kist.
writer stands, desks, chairs,
problems.In other actions at Monday'smeeting TANE-NASHI I and safes. We can order them things for the farm
the commissioners: for you. The Office Shop. Ph. from the farm.
-Heard a complaint from W. 9646305.
B Richards of the Westmoreland PERSIMMON .
Trailer Park about the 329 ;It..e -
t traffic signal at the Madison ,
Street and Temple Avenue Intersection WEEKEND SPECIAL
US-301( and SR- DOES
100))..Richards said the traffic EVERYTHING
light when green was out of Also In Stock Several Varieties of PEACH

synchronization with the
PECAN PERSIMMON
PEAR FIG
pedestrian light which in-
dicated "don't walk"when the
TREES & GRAPE VINES
signal was green and "walk"when Plus Redbud

red. presenting a very Dogwood and Other Flowering &
confusing problem to anyone

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Says Will Resign Polluted DitchThis Raw Sewage ExposedPolluted > I'I

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,..Lawtey Marshall M. M (Butch) Jordan, who has served as
volunteer unsightly ditch carrying raw sewage, flows behind ditch runs alongside
without for the Lawtey strawberry plat
pay past 12 years says he will of I I"II
row business
resign and "lock up the doors" of the fire house If the water buildings along town's main street. form where Bradford County berries are loaded each spring ,I,
system is defeated and "the $10,000 already spent by the city Engineering report says such conditions<< "subject the town to for the market Lawtey Elementary School Is seen in 111II
g ground, creating a public health hazard grounds where children play during leisure hours. 'm

Lawtey Landscape :
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Point: ; of view...................n..... ........................... ...'. are With often Lawtey served City, Hall and platform where fish suppers 1" 'I-Y
standing less than 100 feet away the ditch iln
c carrying raw sewage rises in litter-filled hole. Such con- 'I
G J dilions and lack of water system are hindering city's Ij
growth according to engineering report. 'u I,

: WELCOME TO LAWfEV "' :;? ail'i I) '":f
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Winning The Battle WE OFFER YOU :l'l'"I


And The War County Agents By ij--'J '- ,"( '

Losing NO WATER SXSTEfA BobbyTaylor '.
Notebook I'
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NO SEWAGE DISPOSAL'


"The mills of the Gods grind slowly"but -- establishing maximum allowable levels

not soslowly: apparently as the for contaminants in drinking water, as 'SHALLOW WELL WATER After a long dry spell, we Chlordane or Chloruphcno );

town of Lawtey's progress in the realmof well as specific treatment techniques for COMP<.<".6'TE WITH IRON- now seem to have ample bait can be applied to thc sail/ I
municipal water supply and sanitary dealing with each contaminant. Also moisture for our wintergreens for cutworms and mole j

facilities. established will be secondary standards SEEPING and forage crops. crickets. Do not spray or dust. "
SEPTIC Chlordane the folugc. Gjr-
TANKS on ,
governing the taste, appearance, and Some clover pastures are dcners should use Malalhion.i I

Seventeen years ago, at a called odor of drinking water. EPA must notify ON SOGGY CrROONDCONTA6f6U5 beginning to show green and Sevin. or a combination oft I

meeting on October 15, 1958, the states of any violation and after 60 days, growth Clover Is late this both for foliage insects like
Council authorized bring civil action year but it is still worth hold- aphids ( plant lice) and ,
Lawtey a Gainesville requiring states to FINE
OPPORTU Ing cattle off until the bloom
NIT'Er3 worms Farmers who have a ,
firm correct violations.In .
engineering to provide engineering stage for maximum production pesticide permit can use a
services to the city in connection with FoR and benefit from this i !
a the closely related field of sewage OISEJtSE variety of other materials for. '
proposed municipal water legume. these insects.
system.At disposal, state officials have warned city

officials that by 1978 all Florida munici- "' 'FAC'-/T/IS Lil Remember that March and
e. 7"h ese... These foggy mornings with :
that time the water system was April are critical months for
be and
will state
palities required by temperatures we have had
designed for 157 services at a cost of federal to have Woo /Vleeols PulJ/lc feed and grazing in a cow-calf are ideal for the developmentof
a i
regulations sewage u- ii.-/:ies? operation. This is the time
120000. But due to the reluctance of disposal system.If that the brood cow has a calf fungus diseases on turnips, ,, i
some town councilmen to'spend the CONTACT- that needs all the milk the mustard and collards. Start a ,

city's "nest egg," the water system was this is true, Lawtey would be a LAwT&'Y dam can produce. This is also Lineb fungicide or similar spray program material with as
COMCE'RNeOC the
not constructed. time that she needs to be
prime target, with its poor drainage and gaining weight so she will soon as these spots begin to

high water table that makes septic tanksa IT 'ZEN'S breed back to have another appear on the leaves. Sprays
Efforts to obtain the water systemwere constant threat to the health of the ,; COMMITTEe calf next year. may be needed every week or

revived about two years ago, and community.. Septic tanks frequently Ei =' CcoNcwRMEp ABOUT THE Of course many cattlemenare weather ten days, to depending maintain control.on the
new engineering studies made, this time UTIUTYTAX
overflow, and raw sewage runs through wondering whether they
with a design for around, 200 services ditchesone of them not a hundred feet THAT ISM IEMaER really need the calf they have Always follow the;; dueUipnson \ i
(indicating hasn't 'grown this year or another calf next the" label when using", any, '
halL : ,
much during the'pias'f'lwb' decade'sThut'this ( -1'.from: .:thecyty ( .. year. Our cow-calf operators'' pesticidiX),,Make sure, that the\
do need calf, material cleared ,
1 4. every they .can is for us oiii
time, due to inflation and other When the time comesand it will produce to help offset the cost the crop you intend to spray.

economic factorscost of the proposed comethat Lawtey is forced to install ttE Q SE. of keeping the cow all year, Also check the minimum days

system had soared to 414000. In other both a water system and a sewer Iii even though present calf necessary between Ihe last

words a water system today would cost system, those who opposed the $120,000 prices,just will not do this. spraying and harvest.

the city almost $295,000 more' than it expenditure in 1958, and the $414,000 One reason our weanling There are two very Important -

would have cost in 1958. expenditure in 1975, will be faced with a calves are not bringing decent meetings this week that I
prices is that it costs more
per
$1,500,000 (or more) expenditure in the to them out than hope you will attend if you
Lawtey will pay dearly for these not too distant future. What will be the ............................. pound they will bring grow on the market. have an interest the Brad-

costly delaying tactics, now being utility tax when that time comes? iI/iu 1 1J I hope that sometime in 1975 ford-Union Cattlemen will
HOME NOTESFROM meet tonight (Thursday) at(
maneuvered by of citizens this situation will and
a group ............................ reverse the Agriculture Building in
opposed to paying a ten cent utilitytax we can see a future for our
per In addition to paying this staggering Starke. 1975 President Vernon
,,The group hopes to defeat the water amount, those presently fighting the YOUR EXTENSION HOME JJ TilE DISEASEOF local cattlemen. Reddish will announce plans

system and repeal the utility tax by water system may then cry over the 1' r: ,, ECONOMICS AGENT ALCOHOLISMLast Speaking of moisture and for the organization for the
electing "their man" in the January 28 I f'P greens, I have had several year.
milk of $40,000 that has
already
spilled
I' week the Bradford calls and have seen a numberof
.
special election, giving the anti-water been spent by the city for engineering _., BY KATHY BROWN Group of Alcoholics Anony- patches of greens that are The other activity is a Brad-
faction a majority on the Council. But studies, attorney's fees, and other costs mous wrote an article on the having insect and disease pro- ford County 4-11 Reception for
even if they succeed in this strategy, it during the past two of preparation disease of alcoholism. We said blems. It seems that we have Lowell Parrish and his wife
years
will be the old story of winning the Everywhere I go I am each group that you can Include that it is partly physical had more than our share of Jane. All 4-ll'ers, parents
this to the bid-
battle but the warfor necessary to get. project hearing "I'm going on a diet even in a very low-calo- partly mental, and partly soil insects like mole crickets leaders, and others who are
losing sooner or
opening stage. on the first of January." That rie diet. spiritual. The physical part of and cutworms. Foliage interested in our 4-11 Programare
later, Lawtey must come to grips with seems to be a very common MILK GROUP: Source of the disease Is usually the feeders like aphids and cater- encouraged to come to the

its water and sewage problem, and when The 1958 engineering study reportedthat New Year's Resolution and calcium, protein riboflavin, easiest to treat although it pillars have also been bad. Agriculture Building in Starke
that time comes the cost may well be Lawtey's source of drinking wateris one we promise to stick with, vitamin A. Fluid or dry skim can be deadly in the more between 7:00: and 9:(X) p.m.,

over a million dollars, and the utility tax from private shallow-type wells whichare but frequently. don't last milk, butter milk and cheese advanced stages.It For gardeners and even Friday there.January. 10. Hope to
through the month of made from skim milk are commercial green growers, a see you
needed could be like 20 cent
more per "subject to contamination from dis- January! lower in calories than other is much easier to help a
: than' the'present 10 per cent. charge of septic tank effluent into the types of milk and cheese. person who has the disease of
So, this week I'll offer a few alcoholism if we know what to
Neither Lawtey, nor any other town hazard ground,to thus residents.creating" In a addition public health to the ideas on dieting that may be of MEAT GROUP: Meat, look for in order to recognizethe DatE? E J pPQJODThere I
disease. Here of
help or encouragement to poultry, fish and are are some
; in the U.S. will be allowed to continue you. eggs
health hazard is the nuisance factor "valued for the protein, iron, the things we should watch
indefinitely without water and sewer caused by the high iron content which Whether you gain weight, riboflavin and for, divided into three have been several Some cases have been

f facilities to protect the health of its often colors the water, clogs pipes, and lose weight, or stay the same ''thiamine.. beans, dry peas "phases" or "stages" for changes made in veterans denied by Blue Shield or
affairs legislation. One
citizens. depends on how well you t and nuts used as meat alter easier identification: Mutual of Omaha which now
discolors washed in it. The
clothing change is regarding the Effec-
balance the calories furnishedby nates are sources of these may be covered under this
b proposed water system,of course, would the foods you eat againstthe nutrients too. Remember all 1. EARLY PHASES: tive Date of Dependents' Eli- recent change.' To identify
< Only last month President Ford provide for treatment, removing undesirable calories your body uses. If of these foods have fewer A. Makes promises to quit, gibility for "Civilian Health each case, the VA outpatient
"1 signed into law a bill giving the federal contaminants from the water. your food furnishes more calories when you eat them but breaks them. and Medical Program of the" Clinic will need from the
'-* government power to set national calories than you use, you without added fats gravies or B. Drinks to relax relieve Veterans Administration. claimant complete identification

1 standards for safe drinking water. Congressional The report also stated that lack of a gain fewer weight., lose-and If it this furnishes is the sauces.!. Trimming fat from tensions problems., or to escape The recent change providesfor of the veteran; a request-
of the bill you meat also reduces calories reimbursement of for review of the effective :
4 passage was municipal water system "retards the goal of your diet. .considerably C. May have "Blackouts"; dependents' -
$ spurred by reports of cancer-causing city's growth, since leading institutionsare can't remember things he did medical expenses date; and and y of all bills sub-
For'every 3,500 extra or said while drinking. under CHAMPVA, effectivethe mitted denied. The
\ agents contained in the drinking water VEGETABLES FRUIT
reluctant to construction "
bills
provide calories and date the services occurred original should be held
you get do not GROUP D. Drinks faster than other
of several areas of .the.country., funds where a public water utility does use, you gain about one poundof vitamin: Important C and Vitamin sourcesof A. people.E. provided the veteranwas and re-submitted to the
entitled under the Law carrier when notified by the
t not exist. weight. This pound repre- them Wants to continue
Eat ci
.h This new bill requires the Environmental sents stored food energy in the Eat these a variety foods plain and daily.save drinking when everyone elseis (PL-93-82), when the services .Outpatient Clinic that the
e' form of fat. To lose excess fat ready to were rendered, but not priorto effective date of entitlementhas
stop
Protection Agency to promulgate -
Proof of this statement )is shown by have to calories avoid rich sauces or September 1, 1973 been changed.
somehow
,a interim primary water standards to census figures. In 1920 Lawtey had a you stored energy You can.use up fats for seasonings, have
the quality of public drinking fruits without sugar and 2. MIDDLE PHASES.A. By furnishing the above
protect population of 372, in 1958 it had grown to
4 -eat less food fewer calories cream, have salads without Tries to deny problemwith information it will VA
( help our
1water supplies within 180 days of enact- 610, and at present the estimated K. Will probably be arrested
dressings. drinking, and may even
), to force your body to Clinic to determine potential
for alcohol-related
EPA contract with the offenses.
must
ment. is 680. for of
population draw energy from its storedfat. stop drinking a period dependents who may be en-
BREAD CEREAL
National Academy of Sciences or other & in the diet time to prove he is not addicted 3. FINAL PHASES: titled to reimbursement for '
": scientific organizations for a study of GROUP: Important A. has Blackouts.B. denied claims
If the "concerned citizens" were truly Usually
for protein, iron, B vitamins,
-Increase activity, to B. to cover
your Frequent lying
/I appropriate maximum contaminant concerned about the future of the town, use up more energy.do 'f and food energy. It is not wiseor up his drinking In one way or and. will Loses time from work Firedfrom ] Visitors to the office were
be
.1 levels of drinking water, and this study and not merely concerned about a ten : necessary to completelyomit another. Lying becomes a probably Zane Brooks, Robert Lee
within '- both.Many dieters find a breads and cereals from one or more jobs Haynes Robinson, MarshalLomax i
must be submitted to Congress cent utility tax. they would join habit.C. because of drinking
per
combination of less and diet. Choose whole-grain, and
eating others.
your Starts hiding his booze The ser-
two years. forces with those on the Council favoringthe D. Will likely be
getting more exercise the best enriched products; they are and how much he drinks.D. very vice Office is In the Bradford
water system and obtain this facility way to I've weight. more nutritious and are no Drinks alone or in the arrested for alcohol-related County Courthouse and is
.* Based on this information, EPA will before it costs them twice as much, fiveor higher in calories than other mornings, or both.E. offenses or crimes. open all day Monday and until
If D. Drinks and
you have a number of to live, livesto
then set up new primary standards ten years from pow.miliii pounds to lose it is best to kinds.If Drinking becomes a daily drink.E. week.Noon .on Wednesday, each

check with your doctor before you need more informa- necessity or if a periodic the Eating pattern changes -
beginning a diet. He can tell tion or assistance in planningyour periods between drinking Never seems to eat, and suffers .
pPi you if you physical conditionis diet call me ((964-6354)), bouts becomes shorter and malnutrition.
4, c good enough for reducing, write me (P O Box 267, shorter.F. F*Tries to make sure he has yhF Ola!
,0 how much weigbjt/to lose and Starke, Florida) or visit my Drinks more" to get to enough of a supply of booze so
tit4 how best for you to go about office in the Agriculture "feeling good. that he won't run out.
doing it.When. Building on 301 North in G. Uses any excuse. for G. Loneliness; avoids and
MYnp1 f Starke. I have a free publication drinking to excess he got distrusts. people.
O you begin your diet "Calories and Weight" promoted, he got fired he got H. Constant lying.
*32ia t and cut down on how much which will be of help. married, he got divorced; etc. I. May commit suicide: -
trV/ BOB G.FERGUSON-JOMNMMILLER you eat, remember that even.. H. Drinks to drive away J. Hits rock bottom} per.
fiOl-r Ik IkMils.
*
Pubs$ on a diet, you need the same depression.. sonal and social ruin, and Is I
PubKfhod Mch Thursday and entrd M**cond dan MnMr the Pwt Oftlc* Surk Fl undtrAct kinds of food to keep you j IKE A FI.O M IDAOIUNGEJUICEJ 1. Has the morning "tre- unable to help himself. ..
of March 3, 1879. healthy as everyone else. This mors" or has the "shakes" In the final phases, and .
Subscription rate In trade area: $9 per year 43.60! six month. means that you should have i EI whenever there is too long of a sometimes In'the middle ._fal ....... Is t 1
foods from each of the four of time between drinks _11'8' interested ..
Outidtrdr**: .7 per yur: MOO sin month. period phases,the alcoholic no longerSee ispe.ki
basic food group each day. n n EAK J. Will likely have Black '...t
..A Starke, Fla.f objective than. ,......?., .fe. ,
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I'' Lawteyi BRIER IN BRIEF'

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i, ( Page 7)) Mr.and Mrs.James R.Yer- Mr. and Mrs. Gene Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee ville, and her sister, Mrs. By Jeannette Prescott
key and family of Auburn Uni- were New Year's dinner spent the weekend with their Wilma Wainwright, went to CHURCH OF GOD PERSONALS Cindy, spent the holidays in
yule Pa., were weekend brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Bartow on Thursday and
versity, Auburn, Ala., were guests of their mother, Mrs. INPROPHECY"Sounds Mr. and Mrs. William Lynn Kentucky. They visited her
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Barry and Mrs. Larry Dubose of visited their parents, Mr. and "
house guests of Mr. and Mrs.F. Clifford Taylor, and families, of Prophecy, and daughters, Lisa andSgt. brother Russell Hardison
Watts and son. Other guests Decatur, Ga. Mrs. Jesse Starting .until
D. Camp Monday through of Middleburg.Mrs. exalting our soon coming Jr., and family in Bowling
.
were their niece Mrs. Vivian Mrs. Onie Thornton of Au- Sunday.Friends.
featured
Wednesday. will be on Jackson
and of San Martha Dorko and of John Steitz King Green, Ky a few days. Theyall
Lee Kulishi son Mr. and Mrs. Jim Rosier burndale, Mrs. Pierce Crews, January 18 at 7:30: p.m. in the
who here grandson, Art, and mother, of the Grace UnitedMethodist gathered at the home of
Mateo were were Wednesday holiday and Mrs. D. L. Shaw, of pastor Church of God in Prophecy Graduates...
Wells, visited her their Mr. and Mrs.
Saturday.Mr. guests of their son and Mrs. Mae LaCrosse, gathered at the Church regret to Brooker Everyone is urged to parents
and Mrs. Dempsey daughter-in-law,Mr. and Mrs. sister, Mrs. Ruth Barthlow, home of their brother-in-law learn that he is a patient in attend. Graduates Russell Hardison, Sr. In Hyssellville \', -
Walker of Jacksonville, were Robert Rosier, of Jackson- and nephew and niece, Mr. and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Bradford County Hospital. Jackson From TAC School Ky. All 15 children
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Nugen, of Mid- and grandchildren of whom
guests of their parents ville. Waldo Pringle for a family SERVICES .
FUNERAL
t and last Thursday night. TAMPA Sergeant Coy Mrs. Lynn is the eldest, were
and Mrs. Lester Walker dleburg dinner last Saturday.
Mr.and Mrs.John Steele,of Friends and relatives were Jackson, son of Mr. and Mrs.
family, during the holidaysand Mr. and Mrs. Fay Durban Lt. Wayne Camp of Fort together for Christmas. :
Livingston Tenn. who have grieved by the passing of Mrs. Henry C. Jackson, Rt. 3,
and Mrs. O. J. Mrs. Eva Harrell
left for their new home in been guests of their son-in-law and family Mr. Gordon,Ga.,was an overnight Tomye Rimes Edwards wife Starke, has graduated from spent
Illinois on Monday. Boyette, Jr. and family, Mr. guest of his cousins, Mr and Friday Jan. 3 with friend&in
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. of Charlie Edwards on New the Tactical Air Command
Williamsand Lake Butler. Paul, Yvonne,
Mrs. Onie Thornton and Lester Walker and family and Mrs. Raymond Mrs. F. D. Camp. 'Syhi Year's Eve. She resided in Noncommissioned Officer
Mrs. Pierce Crews were Sun- during the holidays, plan to family of Jacksonville, Earl Phillips spent a short Bradenton and was a native Leadership School at MacDill and Greg Emery, of Quimly'
day afternoon guests of their leave for home sometime were New Year's dinner time with his grandmother, of Lake Butler.She was a AFB, Fla.Sergeant. visited their mother, Mrs. K>'u
and sister-in-law, Mr. guests of their brother and Harrell, on Sunday Jan. !I/
brother after their grandson John Mrs. O. J Phillips, on sister of Mrs. Wilson Rivers of Jackson, who was
sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Mott is home
and Mrs. G. W. Roberts of Tinsler's birthday. Satu day. Mr. and Mrs. Margie
Lake Butler. trained in military manage
Graham.Mr. Raymond Durban and family.Holiday Friends of Miss Debbie after staying about 12 clays'in!!
,Zedra Hamilton of Brooker ment and supervision, is an x-
R. Mr. and Mrs. Barry Watts and Barber to learn that Bradford County l Hospital She
and Mrs. C. Mozingoof guests of Mr. regret and Mr. and Mrs. Ercell technician at MacDill
St. Stevens, S. C., spent the and Barry dinner Lee were NewYear's of Mrs. Bennett Wilkison, Sr., she is a pneumonia patient in Edwards of Salt Springs. They ray The sergeant is a 1966 high will undergo surgery in 'Ihe I
weekend with their brother-in- day guests were Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Bradford County Hospital, attended the funeral servicesin school graduate from Starke near future.Please remember
law and sister, Mr. & Mrs. Mr. David.and Mrs. Ben McCulleyand Wilkison and family of Live Starke. Bradenton on Friday,Jan 3. and has attended Santa Fe her in your prayers. tj t
Gene Pearson Another guestfor Oak, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rowe, Jeff Cain and friend. Miss After attending his wife's Junior College, Gainesville.His Mil
the weekend was their Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Starl- Mr. and Mrs. Charlies Wilki Shirley Vacnet of the University funeral,Charlie Edwards was wife, Mary i is, the FOR SALE Notebooks,
granddaughter, Michelle Lee, ing were Christmas Eve son,Paul Wilkison of Orlando, of Florida, Gainesville, admitted to a hospital. Please daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Memo pads, envelopes,
& Lieutenant and Mrs. Dale guests of their uncle and aunt, and Mr.and Mrs. Bennett Wil were Saturday dinner guestsof remember him in your Willie Cameron, Duluth, markers, adding machine and
Williams,also of Jacksonville, Mr.and Mrs. Jack Kuhne and kison, Jr., and family, of Mr.and Mrs. Hermie Kelly. Carl Luther Assigned prayers. Minn. cash reg. paper The. Office
for Saturday afternoon. family, of Chiefland. Jacksonville. Mrs. Al Purser of Jackson Tci Pope AFB Shop.
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I HAMPTON AREA NEWS
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LAWTEYby f
By Josephine Fontaine New Year. Several memberswere CHURCH ACTIVITIES> Highland Baptist church: !
ment, which will be in the Thursday to Sunday of .last
absent due to Illness. Sunday School 9:45: a.m. .
CITY NEWS Church of God: Sunday Philippines.Mr. week with, their uncle and ,
City Council meeting Jan. 14 After the business meeting School 10 a.m. Worship Services Worship Services, 11 a.m. and Elizabeth Terry and Mrs. Hermie Kelly aunt, ,Mr. and Mrs. Earl '
at 8 p.m., Hampton City Hall. was adjourned refreshmentswere 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. 6 p.m. Prayer Meeting Wed- items authorized by the PTA Miss Elizabeth Terry. spent the Christmas holidays Harvey of Seville. i j : \1
FRIENDS NEIGHBORSMrs. served and games YPE and Prayer Meeting nesday, 7 p.m.Northside have been ordered. The school Friends of Mrs. Wade with their son and daughter- Jeff Torode of East Palatka, i'' ;
Peggy Johnston was be played. The next meeting will Saturday, 7:30: p.m. Baptist Church: staff is very appreciative of Gaskins regret to learn that in-law and family of Lake was a guest of his grandparents !
January 17 at 7:30: p.m., Faith Baptist Church: Sunday School 9:45: a.m. the efforts of the PTA and its Worth and other
happily surprised with a visit, Services 11 a.m. and she is a pleurisy patient in relatives in Mr. and Mrs. Fred 'I
from relatives from Branden- Radio Program over WPXE Worship Wed- continued support of the Alachua General Hospital, Orlando.Holiday. Moore, during the holidays. ,',
berg, Ky., Mr. and Mrs. SamE. Airman Luther Starke, 8 a.m. Sunday. Bible 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting school program. Gainesville. Prayers have guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Teston t '1
School 10 a.m. Worship Services nesday p.m. been for her. Mrs. Les McClellan Mr.. and I
Epperman, Mr. and Mrs. Assigned to Pope AFB church requested were son of Tampa, visited 4
The enjoyed a PERSONALSMr.
11 a.m. and 7:30: Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson and and Mrs. Ronnie McClellanand their brothers
Denis Hardsty, and James SAN ANTONIO Airman Tuesday and sister-in-
covered dish and and Mrs. Leland
Beauchamp. Carl E. Luther, son of JamesH. School of Bible Doctrine Watch Service supper from 8 to Williams and Mrs. Flossie Mrs.Daisy Boch, and Mr.and sons, of Vidalia, Ga. laws, Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie ,
at Night
Luther of Starke, has been Pastor's home. Prayer Mrs. Tom Whaley and family Sympathy of the community Teston and Mr. and Mrs. Earl ;
Arthur Bruno
with and
and Mr. and Mrs., Diane Sylvester Rhea assigned to Pope AFB, N. C., p.m.Meeting Bible Wednesday Study., 7:30: 12 Tuesday different night activities.singingand There Zackery Jacksonville granddaughterof were holiday of Starke, were New Year's relatives is extended of to the family and Teston and family, Sunday t'
Mrs. Lomie
dinner guests of their brother- Mos- afternoon.
Smith went to New York City as a transportation specialistafter Pastor A. E. Massey attended were about 60 persons guests of their cousin, Mrs. who i t"
completing Air Force in-law and sister, Mr. and ley passed away Satur- Mr and Mrs. Carl Peavy
the
over New Year's holiday. a Bible ConferenceNew Elva Reddish. Mrs. Robert Smith and day afternoon.Mr. and
basic training. present.SCHOOL granddaughter and two
Mr.Bruno and Diane attendedthe Year's Eve at Ella Sunday, Dec. 22, dinner
Grove t
NEWS .
and
Mrs. Hermie
During his six weeks at family. Their mother, Mrs. Kelly children, of Ocoee, were
.
50th of Mrs. Elsie
wedding anniversaryparty Lackland AFB Tex., he Baptist Church, Glennville, As students and faculty guests Norman Smith, of Memphis, Tenn., spent New Year's with their Sunday guests of their uncle ,
of Mr. Bruno's parents. Ga.,Elder Tom Solosl, pastor. report back after the holidays were the Cecil Anderson brother-in-law and if.,I
studied the Air Force mission who had spent two weeks with sister, Mr. and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Carl i
While in New York Mr. Bruno organization and customs andreceived There were three speakers they face a busy schedule for family of Live Oak, Zack Anderson them, returned home by planeon and Mrs. A. P. Hallman, of Prevatt. Other guests were
and Mrs. Rhea announced instruction in including A. E. Massey. He January and February. of Keystone Heights, Saturday. Keystone Heights. ''their cousins, Mrs. Horace
their engagement to be human relations.special spoke in Jessup, Ga., Wednes- School-wide testing, accredi- and Mrs. Darlene Not'man Mrs. Oscar Carter visited Mr.and Mrs. Bob Jones and Cox, of Waldo, and Mrs. Jim I'',,
married. Mr. and Mrs. Smith Airman Luther is a 1973! gra- day night while there. David tation reports and state ass- and sons. her sister, Mrs. Wade son, and their sister, Mrs. Burton, of Jacksonville, on
flew from N.Y.C. to Vermontto duate of Bradford County West is pastor. essments will be worked into Holiday guests of their Gaskins, in Alachua General Edna Wilbanks of Jackson New Year's afternoon.Mr. .
visit their children, flew High School. Grace United Methodist the regular program of instruction mother, Mrs. Mary Dinkins, Hospital on Thursday. We are villeAla., who is spending the and Mrs. J. C. Grant of
back to N.Y.C., and returned Church: Sunday School 9:45: were Mr. and Mrs. Horace sorry to report that she Isn't winter with them, visited Mr. Orlando, spent the weekend ,1
home with Mr. Bruno and a.m. Worship Services, 11 The School Advisory Com- Cox of Waldo, Charles Dinkinsof doing well. and Mrs. Les McClellan, on with their brother-in-law and :}
Mrs. Rhea. a.m. and 6:30: p.m. United mittee held its first meeting of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mr.and Mrs. Greg Dyal and Thursday. sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jim ''I'
Methodist Fellowship, 6:30: the new year on Tuesday, Jan. Dinkins and David of St. son, of Warner Robbins, Ga., Jeff McClellan spent Saturday Rosier, and Mr. and Mrs.
RECREATIONThe Just because a rumor is p.m. and Choir Practice, 7:30: '7. Items discussed centered Augustine, and Mr. and Mrs. have been with their parents with his grandparents Hewitt Brice.
Hampton Senior idle doesn't mean it ism.'t p.m. Wednesday. around playground develop- Jim Burton, Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dyal andLeonette : Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellan. Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Wal- \
Citizen's Club met January 3 working. January 12 is Epiphany ment and ceiling repair needs. Donald Brandeis of Atlanta, since about Dec. 21. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Norman ters and family of Feaster-
.
for their first meeting of the -Mauric.. S lll r .In Th.w.n Sunday. Sermon Topic will be"Company's School auditorium flags, Ga., spent New Year's Day They will be leaving about and family, and Mrs. Darlene
Str l Journal' (See
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... tlva iui Dumping Effluent Into


CB.J2Opportunities r Mustang MOBILE HOMES IN .


for Service: Creek Must Stop By 1977, :


Sunday Sunday School, STARKE Outflow from the the creek. than 100 percent infiltrationinto
9:45: a.m.; Morning Worshipat sewage disposal plant here is Hicks says the treatment the pipes from ground 1650 North Temple Ave. Open A.M. Til Dark
11 o'clock, sermon: "He 92 percent pure but the plant does a good job of puri- water, Hicks says, thus ,
That Winneth Souls Is Wise;" Department of Pollution Control fying the waste except in very greatly reducing the plant's
Trustees Meeting, 5 o'clock when U.S. 301 North Sun 1 P.M. Til Dark
; still wants to end its discharge wet periods huge purification capacity.The .
Church Training, 6:15: ; into Alligator Creek by amounts of rain water enters city is currently T' hgyryr- -
Evening Worship at 7:30: p.m., 1977. the sewerage collection awaiting an engineer's reporton
Guest Speaker: Rev. Bobby system underground through the leaky sewer pipes. A
Richey. That's what members of the broken or cracked places in survey of the pipes has been
Monday Girl's Ensemble, Starke city commission the pipe. During normal made with TV cameras to spot
6:30: ; Deacons Meeting; Youth learned recently in letters weather the plant receives the breaks. The question is
Choir, 7:00: p.m. from DPC but which has not 750,000 gallons of waste water how many breaks there are,
Tuesday Helen Masters yet been discussed at a public per day which includes 30 per- where they are,and how much Manor
Group at church, 10 o'clock; meeting. Effluent from the: cent infiltration of ground pipe will have to be replacedto Redmans Flamingo
Lorena Epperson Group; Ida sewerage plant flows into the water into the system. stop the leakage of ground
Darby Group meets at the three lake chain of Rowell,. Heavy rainfall over a two or water into the system.
home of Mrs. J. D. Seymour, Crosby, and Sampson which,, three day period feeds in Some of the sewer pipes
2:30: p.m.; Lottie Moon Group, are fedby Alligator Creek.' excess of 1.5 million gallons of went underground In 1916 in 52x24 1974 Display Model
7:30.: That is apparent!) the concern -, ground water per day into the the downtown area, Hicks '
Wednesday Family Night of DPC to stop the flow plant, which represents more points out.
Supper, Acteens, 6:15: p.m.; of nutrients into the fresh $ 1 3,395
Sunday School Workers Mtg., water lakes.A : [Reduced From $,14,495Will Sell for
RA.; G.A.; Acteens, WorldFriends Co. D Paid Over $200,999ForTrainingDuty ,
,Mission Friends, 6:45: goal of 1977 has been set
p.m.; (Hour of Power, 7:30: by DPC for dumping the water 1-/ -t-t-
pm.; Church Choir Practice, somewhere other than the In 1974 ] IU't. __
: creek. .......
8:15.Thursday Visitation 9:30: One alternative under consideration Rh .M Fl l
a.m.; Music Makers Choir, is spraying the Over $200,999 was paid received a pay raise in October mllllllllllllllllllllll
that will
3:20: ; Visitation, 7 p.m. effluent onto 40 acres of land members of Company D 1974 and meana wnh KITCHEN DINING AREA Corn
across the creek and directly (Maintenance) 53d Spt Bn, the larger payroll, points out tEgdy BEDROOM O bath Pete J
Robert Co. D
-Ben P. Bryant, behind the sewerage plant on local National Guard unit, for Capt. Kelly,
commander.Unit
Pastor Edwards Road. That problemof attending training assembliesand [
learn skills
disposal could become unsatisfactory 15 days active duty train- personnel \Cora Carpet
in
and receive training automotive {
in wet weather if ing in 1974.Members. (\
mechanics, radio I IIIIIIIIII IIIII I
:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: the ground became saturatedwith of the unit receive
!r j rain water, points out four days pay for each week- repair, welding, wrecker
IIIIOII
:: Card Of Thanks L LLS :: Glenn Hicks, who heads the end they train at the armory operation, supply clerks operations and," LIVING ROOM
:: plant operation. and 15 days for their administrative BEDROOM BEDROOM
sewerage
pay
: cooks. The unit is authorizedto
)!.I"A .4SS,1N..1; w. Another remote danger annual training period of two E
and
enlist
We would like to express our would be persons coming in weeks. qualified men
heartfelt thanks to the many contact with the water being "This means a great deal to women. Those who think they lllllllllS _
kind and wonderful friends discharged onto the city pro the merchants and others in are qualified are invited to -
who helped us during the perty. Hicks says viruses may the community," states J. E. week visit and the armory weekend during the J 1--It..'-.l-r-r... -it-j.. i-- -u-t-
recent loss of our home by remain in the outflow and con Tomlinson, vice-president of on training
fire. A special thanks to the tact with human skin might the Florida Bank at Starke assemblies.
Starke and Bradford County cause illness. He emphasizedthat and a senior non-commis-
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Fire Departments.The danger is very remote. sioned officer in Co. D.
The disposal treatment kills "It sure helps the guardsman -
George Carter FamilyLetters harmful bacteria, but it is and his family. It is like
almost impossible to remove having a light industry in the
viruses in the water, Hicks community," says Capt. EyeryDayLowPrke] FOOD EvcryDayLowPriccl
says.The outflow does contain James R. Reddish, former
portions of nitrogen and phos- unit commander. BEEF
phate which DPS maintains "Members of the unit, like Pantry REGULAR GRIND
could prove harmful to life in all other military personnel, FAIR OR
(From Page 9)) SIRLOINSTEAKS Pride ELECTRIC PERKCOFFEE

has the power to help himself.
If he doesn't get outside help, BuildingSTARKE PermitsGraham
tram his family or from some iETB'
other source, he will either die
or be institutionalized.The Building permits $16,000. 320
issued by the Bradford County Michael Prevatt, Starke, WALNUT ST.;
family of the alcoholic Zoning Board for the weekending
Mobile Home, SR-18 three
often try to hide the fact that Friday, January 3 ...RYD..OC..OO..N
miles East of Hampton 8" _
he or she has the disease. Thisis were as follows: 9000. $14 Ass THRU'Y..I'.JANUARY.......t.,.U..U",....QUANTITY.OOOD 1 LBBAG 89<
especially true if the Clifton Prevatt, Lake Edward Wainwright,
alcoholic happens to be a Butler, Fla., Mobile Home, Starke,Barn, four miles northon CIII waWNNemyt J
woman..The family seems to Highway 16 and Morgan Road US-301 $100. ItllW lULL FOOD SUMPCOUPONS
think that they are sparing the 7000. J. D. Odum, Starke, Ad-
alcoholic, avoiding embar- David Z. Griffis, Keystone dition, Truck Stop on South
--' ntu.meBt.tor- him and forjnilMen I Height.*Mobila>Home, off US30l$5,000.. -
)\ !&ylv(.... '100 SR-18 .
Highway beyond
'r i.t I *'r Robert.-E. DennisHampm EveryDayLowPrice T EveryDayLowPrice EveryDayLowPrice EveryDayLowPriceUS -
I If the alcoholic "had any $14OOO.i. ton, Shed & Patio, South US-,
other disease, such as heart Rex Hltdebrand, Starke; 301, Crosley Subdivision BONELESS BEEF I BEEF BLADE NO. 1 MAINE
Addition, BOSTON BLADEROAST
Bayless Highway -
3000.
disease, the other family
members would see that he $800.E.. Rhonda Gauthier, Graham CHUCKROAST WHITEPOTATOES
received the treatment he H. Williamson, Green Mobile Home, 1 mile East of
Cove Springs, Mobile Home, Graham SR-15.58,495.
needs.With the alcoholic,they STEAKS
usually pretend that the SR-18 $3,500.Joseph Allen B. Crawford,Starke, 3 PORK SHOULDER
V. Starling, 3 bedroom
bedroom single family
disease does not exist in their
family. In some cases they single family dwelling, dwelling,Morgan Road east of LBLOOSE
actually the alcoholic North of Lawtey $12,000. Highway 16 $20,000.
prevent
from receiving the help and Norman B. Frost, Largo, James H.Faulkner,Starke3 LLp81E LLONa
Florida, 2 bedroom
treatment that he needs. More single bedroom single family
family dwelling, SR-225 at dwelling, SR-225 $30,000.
will be written on this, and on
how the family can help the Tommy C. Manning, Key- pery8aylowRks LwryOayLowPks IMryPaytowMw k MtYBayLawhks .awlaM --.Buy
alcoholic in the future article. St. Mark's stone Heights, Mobile Home, OMUUS BIIF CHUCK _."t'BONILESS ,W1.. ww """ -.....- WAaNTON STATa
SR-21-B 5000. MEAT
SHOULDERSTEAKS CHUCK POTROAST WESTERN EATING
Next week the article will be Five issued by BEEF
permits were STEAKS
written around a test the
person himself can take, to ChurchChurch Construction values are not = $149uB =S8c .. $118 \i I *118"L.. :i2SC'
determine whether or not indicated but are calculatedon : aED: La ;Ka to 14C i'Y'e"f

drinking is causing him xj but Jmckmon. Btr..tl a graduated scale of
problems. THE KLYNN. estimated value. For an
REVJOHNM.
estimated value to $1,500 ryDayLowPrk W EvcryDaylowPrkt EvcryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrke Ev ryD ylowPrkc EvcryDiyLowPrk* BonusluyOUH
up ..
"u" "" I Pride H "I'< "" > BJ I "l.n
Pantry
Anyone wishing to contactthe the city charges $2.50; $1,500to DRAPER rnESH
Bradford Group of A. A. Thursday, Jan.9-3:JO p.m., $3,000 is $5.00; $3,000 to APPLE I FLOUR I COFFEE I COOKING | FLORIDA I GREEN
TOWELS
may do so by looking in the Brownie Troop Meeting. $5,000 is $7.50; $5,000 to$10,000is JUICE, | CREAMER | OIL | GRAPEFRUIT | CABBAGE
"Classified" section of this Friday, Jan. 10 3:30: p.m., $10.00; $10,000 to $20,000 is
newspaper. Junior Choir Practice. $20.00; $20,000 to $40,000 is 2/89< 3ge 68c ':.. 79c '," $1.89 .''H 9 < IOe
-O.W.M. Sunday, Jan. 12 8:30: a.m. $30.00. Any amount in excessof

Bradford Group of A.A. Holy Church Eucharist School;; 11:00 9:45:: a.m.a.m., rate$40.000 of $1.00 is charged for each at addi-the COMPARE! ,ivmv.r :. ,COMPARE! o:::!::w' Wro:; ; COMPARE! .:,Fv ':1D

Morning Prayer; 5:00: p.m., tional of estimated Picnics0000"a65" I A -ALt-- '
$1,000 Smoked t. Cornish Hens LL'AYi: 1: 69 Dinners sss:::: MT.wuv< z1 r
Did you know that you could Junior E.Y.C. Meeting; 6:45: value on the construction. to' : ::10''
I still Buy a NEW 174 Pinto p.m., Senior E.Y.C. Meeting. Permits issued by the city Cor'd Beef Briskets F.1"as I Sliced Bacon yxtm 99* i'a I Cooked HamSkinless ?.9mm.r :ore
.1 4 speed Radio and Heater Monday Jan. 13- 4:30: p.m., were: Crown Builders, three \
I White, for $2.150 plus tag, Brownie Troop No. 604. permits at $20.00 each for Beef Liver r. uA-u 69 '- I Sliced Bologna "?:":.?"" 79 I.. I Franks _"..r' 594t4'

I tax and title? Stock No. Tuesday,Jan. 14.3:30: p.m., three single family dwellingunits Spare' Ribs w 00: :- 79* Rib Roast u.-- $1" Sliced Bologna 79*
1 P2914. TERWILLEGAR Girl Scout Troop No. 614. in Denny Heights on tOO lU ULGHOIGlMW-l* 20' srcUCEO '4'

"II MOTORS Wednesday Jan.Class.15 7:30: Estell Street in Reno. Smoked Ham rzts 011110 0001100-... 78*, ,a I Low Cal Yogurt ffs-jzri.2& I Chipped Meats yszr" "39*' '.
p.m., Inquirers' Starke Motor Parts, Brownlee -
Street, electrical wiring Skinless Franks '::::.'::.. 59 ... ; Ground Beef tstttwltf: to' ; Perch, Fillets jsrrsr69* ,.

r $1.30.J. .
T. Prevatt, Jr., 513 North
Henry Block has $2.00 Walnut Street, electrical EveryDayLowPriceSTOKELY EveryDayLowPriceDelMonte EveryDayLowPrice T EveryDayLowPriceGEBHARDT


17 reasons why you Aluminum ScrapIs FROZEN

( 16 at WHOLE KERNEL FRENCH
, \ Bringing.15' AND CREAM STYLECORN CHILI
should
come to us CATSUP FRIES
Per Pound WITH BEANS

for income tax help STARKE Starting a new

"recycling" year in Starke, 3/79
Reason 1. We are I income tax Reynolds Metals Co.'s mobile
aluminum recycling unit will
We ask the
specialists. right
the allaluminumcans
, f questions. We dig for every honest purchase and other household aluminum COMPARE! a":" Wro COMPARE! Vim: COMPARE{ OtM'Polo.1,, wro

i; stone deduction.unturned We want to make to leave no every Tuesday.scrap from the. public Salad Dressing ?:0:'; 5ge ,e. Quick GritsMonogram -1'.:":10"" 3278c< II i Sliced Beets -..- .- 9Q* 12'

m I ; pay the smallest legitimate sure tax.you every From Tuesday 9:30: a.m.the until unit 11 will a.m.be Grape Jelly ;;vs' Sge 10* i Rice. :M 10. J Beef' Stew 'r'..- 69* to.

. t at pay Bradford 15 cents Square per pound, US-301 for the, to I Grape JamPeanut ;;::1'::' 89c tOM. I Black Pepper '=,= 49c ao. i Mayonnaise .."..-... 99* BAn

aluminum. Butterr:: '1" Vanilla Extract .-:::'r 69c '0. 1 Saltines '":WIN'" 47c"0

1BLOCK "Presently there are 62 Pride '3$1 I Substitute -" 99c 0. Pork & Beans _.. ........29c -
locations throughout the state Pantry Catsup ..:' / Sugar : r 2 :::.

/ where aluminum Reynolds and new purchases stops are Roast-N-Boast '-:' 4/l/ i Frosting Mixes P I'O'r': 57c I. i Mashed Potatoes"$1.19'AeaYellow ,

; constantly being added said Mustard MN:::.:.->M 39 .4' ; Fyne Bake Shortening -=. 119 100 i Facial Tissue .'w' _"' 39< aa
Paul Reynolds'regional
: Hayden recycling manager. Vlasic Relish rrrr:r= 4/l/ f< I Waffle Syrup .=sr 69c Orange Juice ,P::"'::.':" 5/95 AVI

whelming"This is due recycling to Florida's figures over- Kosher Fresh Dills =-: age 4. ; Instant Breakfast ."'".r' 59c 1e. i Shave Cream M::w"=- 3/M/ .ra

t i such pounds as a 50 collected per cent increasein for 1974 Dill Pickle Chips ,:=w 43c a. Butter Chips... -:.-. 71c A. Honey Buns ...,MIA,...... 59* BAn

1973 volumes." ----- -------------"
over A statewide roll-free Information r FOLGER'S1 r '''SANIeA r' Ev.YD..y. LowPrtcc EYO"YlOWPrIC. h.yO.ylowP. ,,(..

\, service on recycling 40OFF< 30 < "INSTANT'; a.1S KING Sill
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k THI INCOMB TAX PEOPLE aluminum scrap hM.been I initialed IL.YACUU."C..C" STEWEDTOMATOES HAIRSPRAY
by Reynolds. I COFFEE !1'1 COFFEE I, BREAD3l

I 118 NORTH,,WALNUT From anywhere In Florida, I .RN____...1 I OFF -'NTu.arSNO-.an
any week-day from 8 a.m. 3/I 69r (
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until find : .
Open 9 A.M. to 6 P.M. Monday thru Saturday Phone 984-8280 p.m.person'may ----
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THE CIRCUIT COURT OF satisfy the aforesaid Execution/ er N a NNKu ANnY 1 SM I ( /0 W'A[' 15r'kvM

THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR mhnr.. Muh rtl. volurI.! :
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CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR Dolph E. Reddish Sheriff /Nn, Rm 1701 rvT'-tl1 rm not Prove rNM rsu n /
BRADFORD COUNTY Bradford County Florida IE io'f1'7i ruRe no'-TI i1A IfRM'fG rlNV t:
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CASE NO. 755. 12/19411/9. pMVj- .,S E L I II-prlfllf l-i r1 1 11-0 Aw 0ALR Alenr.d N1/II

nor sit rm drM 11-r /ref hnro7
IN RE: The Marriage of DORO / Olr 1111 I R
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Il-jIM 1rK// Mf.
THY ALLENE SCOTT Petitioner Sp m srelrfo Af1EN[ PA170i' Arrl I ,
.THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- 17 E n E a "
and PRESTON JUNIOR QN Ne WHIT
CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR rfM,41 51 A'rT' SS. cur, Rn ifAml I Nld 6'I N 6A Mr.M .
SCOTT
Respondent. // 105 { yrniW; ran aIH. rlrnlo
BRADFORD COUNTY. !HNU 11 ;107 Mrn kr dS 1 / ,. ISM /
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CASE NO. 74332In / AM FAYe0LTM5kTA .WHKI.ITInv rMCY 1b f n / vn
NOTICE OF SUIT 71 E M 11n kur .nnr. AGkr r/0 to7ln iii
PROVIDEAG NCV
f PNOYIUlN AL N /- W l lt
To: Preston Junior Scott Re: The Marriage of JAMESE. PAYROLL rutl WN170D S GAUm.n Y

BARDIN Petitioner and
Address Unknown -- --


.i< YOU ARE HEREBY notified LETAJ. BARDIN, Respondent. SAWS SHARPENED, work FOR SALE New Brick ,
: 3
:;" that an action for dissolution of ToLETA: NOTICE J. BARDIN OF SUIT FOR SALEFOR =I t WANTED, 1 guaranteed. Call 964-7509 or bedrooms 2 baths veneer, landscaped BRASINGTON s SAVE $

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marriage has been filed againstyou leave at Jackson Building drive way and walk.

and you are required to c/o Bill Bllllngsley Supply Starke, or Keystone Good terms. Call Buford CADILLAC-OLDSMOBILE FRED DAVIS )
N. W. 6th Street SALES&SERVICE
jt serve a copy of your written Heights, tfchg. Mitchell. 9646853tfchg. ,
defenses, if any, to it on Dimmitt Texas 79027 SALE: Good used bikes COUPLE NEEDED on poultry - ----.n-- ---- ----_--- Fine selection of Used" Cars GMCTRUCKS' fj l
."RICHARD E. WELTY, Attorney and trikes. New and used farm. 2 bedroom house Taken On Cadillac Trades BUICK PONTIAC

for Petitioner, whose address is YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat furniture and appliances, furnished. Call after 5:30: p.m.J ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS. FOR SALE: 1973 12 x 65 on 2001 N.W.13th 379.5301GAINESVILLE "A LITTLE RIDE CAN I

114 N. Walnut Street P. O. Box an action for dissolution of good used mattresses cloth R. Raulerson 473-4456 Key. The only requirement for shaded lot furnished storage SAVE YOU A LOT'TF"

995 Starke Florida 32091 and marriage has been filed againstyou .30 yd., zippers .01 per inch, stone. ItpPOSITION membership is a DESIRE building 1 mile to Keystone GREEN COVE SPRINGS" /
file the and you are required to shingles$9.50 to Lake access 11000. 473- 1i"
original with the Clerk of square roofingand ---------- -- stop drinking. Ph. i""
serve a copy of your written 964-7959 2037. ,,\
the above-styled Court on or felt$5 roll and many more WANTED: Young 964-7619 or 9645148. 1tp
1/2
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before 1975 defenses if any to it on items. BARGAIN CENTER 1 woman, 38, -------------
February 10 otherwise no ties to live in 12tp 327SEWING.MACHINE : M & M Sales & Service
a judgment may be entered RICHARD E. WELTY, Attorneyfor mi. S. of Starke on 301. tfchg as sitter for elderly. Small ...,..-----------
against you for the relief Petitioner, whose address is ---------- -- salary. Call Rev. Hamel 468- FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house. PumpsNew

demanded in the Petition. 114 N.Walnut Street P. O. Box YARD SALE: Living room, 1666. tfchgRETIRED REPAIR'..' See at 615 Lafayette or call NEW & USED

WITNESS my hand and the 995 Starke, Florida, 32091, and dining room, bedroom furniture ------------ All makes cleaned oiled,and 964-6428. Good terms 2tp And Used
seal of the said Court on the 3rd file the original with the Clerk of washer electric stove, adjusted, $7. All ,Work 1/16 Sewing Machines ",tl

of 1975.GILBERTS.. the above-styled Court on or .CARPENTER desires guaranteed James ------------ SALES
day January heater 10
speed bicycle
; before January 20, 1975 other. gas Sale Jan. work. Home additions, Strickland, Morgan Road and Vacuum CleanersParts PARTS :J
typewriter. begins
BROWN wise a Judgment may be entered 9. Mrs. Miller, Rt. 1. Box remodeling repairing large or SR-16. Ph. 964-8733 or 782- FOR SALE Twojnobile homes SERVICE \r
against for the relief small jobs. Free estimates. Ph. 3189. Also scissors Repairs,
you sharpened 1973
As Clerk of Said Court 124A, Highway 100 E., 4tp arid tots. One-bedroom I DEEP SHALLOW WELLS
demanded in 9648253.. 1/2 1/30 $1. "
the
Petition. 5tp tfchgAUTOMOBILES
Ona-3 bedroom 1972
i By: Dorothy Moore 1/30 model; All Makes
WITNESS hand and the -----'------- ------- -
my -- --
f Deputy Clerk ... : : model. Cash or financed. J.B.
------- ---- Plumbing Supplies
seal of said Court on the 17th' Call 964-6210
1/30 White 964-6114. tfchgBRICK
,I.194t" day of December 1974.GILBERT FOR SALE: Small sofa, cricket WANTED: Used portable TV. .
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f' rocker antique rocker, all re- Sets at Dahmers Discount : 444 G Starke Plaza ,i EXPERT SERVICEON

{ NOTICE TO BID S. BROWNAs upholstered. Upholstery tfchg. I ALL MAKES :
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Clerk of Said Court material and Nagahyde ----------- USED I '

THAT THE CITY COUNCIL OF By: Beulah M. Moody remnants for sale 1/2 price. PHONE.964.7061Durrance
THE CITY OF LAWTEY 12/194t 1/9 Some have 3 or more yds. in 3 BR 1 1/2/ Bath, L-Fh, Dint,

FLORIDA WILL RECEIVE them. Roger's Upholstery NEW 1974 Pinto, 4 speed, radio Rm., Kit., Carport .Nice part ol f NEED YOUR ATTIC ,;
SEALED 301 North. t FOR RENT j town.
PROPOSALS FOR 1tp and heater. White. $2,350 GARAGE OR SPARE ,
CONSTRUCTION OF A WATER NOTICE OF ------------ plus tag, tax and title. Stock PUMP ft SUPPLY CO ,;
,SUPPLY FACILITY CONSIST. SHERIFF'S SALE No. P2914. ?George Roberts Real Estate ROOM EMPTIED? '

.:ING OF A WATER DISTRIBUTION Notice is hereby given that I, FOR SALE: 3 year old half 964-7826 or 964-6593 The ee4-N.TEMPLE AVE:
Motors ThIQ Call
AND TREATMENT Dolph E Reddish. Sherff .of appaloosa half quarter mare, FOR RENT: Three unfurnished 2 ,.....Terwillegar.......... .............'.. "
PLANT FACILITIES AT THE Bradford County Florida under halter broke, excellent price to bedroom houses, one mile 1971 Pontiac Wagon. Full Power !

OFFICE OF THE CITY CLERK and by virtue of Writ of someone good with horse. south on SR-100. For ap and Air 37,000 Miles. AJ.Thomas.Realtor JUNK MANHe BRING NEW If .1

CITY HALL LAWTEY FLORIDA Execution to Wit: Call Sue, 964-8775 or 964- pointment Ph. 964-5612 $1,695.00. No. TD2996A 621 N. Walnut St. Will Haul It LIFE TO YOURCARPETING
ON OR BEFORE BUT 6114. tfchg. before 8 a,m. or after 7 p.m. Tel. 964-4142

NOT LATER THAN 2 00 P.M. Execution issued out of County ------------ Itp Terwillegar Motors Away Free I '
: Court of Bradford County, 1FOR ... ... .. ..,....,f...___'".. Permanently installed 2 BR, 2 ... ,
JANUARY 14, 1975, AND IMMEDIATELY -- ---- ----- I
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FOR SALE: Case pocket knives Ba. mobile home
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on popular original
THEREAFTER ALL Florida pursuant. to a final judgment FOR SALE: 1967 Ford clean 2 Call 468.1543 Revive the beautyof
Dahmers Discount
BIDS RECEIVED WILL BE PUBLICLY for Daniel Eubanks d/b/a/ now at RENT: Mobile home.Bill dr. H.T. black vinyl over lake. Priced right with good your rugs. Cleaned in

OPENED AND PRICES Eubanks Well Drilling and tfchg. .... Forsyth 964-5261. Itp white.AT and PS, Air R & H, terms. AFTER'6:00: P.M. your own home
-------.-- -- by Von Schrader
BID READ ALOUD. against E. M.Tucker and LorettaY. ----------- $475 Will consider small car. \
2 nice building lots with lake dry-foam method. I
Tucker defendant, in the GARAGE SALE: Duo Therm gas Lot 78 Kingsley Lake. Sat & very ,
FOR RENT Mobile Home access, paved road No muss.No fuss.
amount of $818.00 together with heater almost new $25, 4 1tp near. J
A COPY OF PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS subdivision Vi acre lots $35 nSun. only- 700000. Terms. 1 lot for No odor.Use! the I
costs of collection. Goodyear 700-15 6 ply truck -- -------
ARE ON FILE same day.
mo., 3 miles from city limits at $3,500.00. W.II DrillingFast :
AND ARE AVAILABLE UPON tires on Ford 15'"wheels, $40. Intersection of Hwy 16 and 1972 Ford V-8 Pickup. 360 V-8

PAYMENT OF $40.00 PER SET Have seized and have in our Portable TV$35, bassinet car Morgan Road. Ph. 9645606. Radio & Heater, Camper 20 Acres out of City with It. Rotary All work J

AT THE OFFICE OF SVERDRUP possession the following bed 9 ft. couch $25. Lots tfchg Shell. $2,19500.Terwillegar. pole septic tk., & well. guaranteed.Phone .

ft PARCEL AND ASSOCIATES, described personal property to more, clothes furniture. Fri. ---4_.-------- Motors 2300000. Drilling EquipmentFor for FREE

INC.,2512 S. W. 34th STREET wit: & Sat. Ph. 9646952. 6 mi. S. ............................... estimate '

GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA. on 301 1tp FOR RENTTrailer: lot on 80 acre 1969 Oldsmobile Fordor Full Other acreage tracts, larger and today. "
1973 Ford Maverick ------------ farm 3 miles from State Power and Air $395.00. smaller, priced right with terms. 2" Thru 6" WellsCall \

CITY OF LAWTEY 2 dr 8 cyl FOR SALE: Sacrifice lemon Prison. For information call MC2957-B Us For -.....;

ID No. 3K93R213488 pointer, 3 1/2 yr. female & 9 Gainesville 373-1356. 1/23tp Terwillegar Motors New homes out of the city M & M Sales & Service '

I" By: LUCILLE SHUFORD Tag No. 46-141 mo. old male pup $65. Tires 1/16 ...,............ ....,......... offered for small down payment.FREDSACKETTREALTOR Your Water System Needs
964-62101444 *Q Starke Plus
12/194T1/9CLE KIN 14" & 15" $8 each. 1960 ------------ 1973 Ford Pickup V-8 oj!
B As the property of the aboveIasari '
,. > defendant end that Chevy for parts, $45; etc, 782- FOR RENT: 20 acres of cleared *;Automatic, Air, Power .. ... 647Oi1urrancv ... .. 1
on. "!'* k" .
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v 4.' land1 for \
u r CIRCUIT tOURt-EIGHYH'V;:,:'Monday the '13th' day ol_*, '--....--- .... farming: Debby ., '92,695.00. No. T 1420A 205 N. Temple Ave. (US-301)) 1ft aly '
Hawkins ,
964-8512.
JUDICIAL CIRCUfT-/ January. 1975 at twelve o'clocknoon 1tp 904/964-6522 Supplop Thomas ;
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BRADFORD COUNTY on said day on the FOR SALE: Used solid body ---- -------- Motors
premises of the Bradford CountyJail Gibson guitar with Gibson Terwillegar ASSOCIATES Developers Of
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FLORIDAIN PROBATE I will offer for sale and sell amplifier at Dahmers FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apartment ----....------- William "Bill"TriggNealy"Mac" Under Ground Water ail Campan
carpeted heat and air.
Discount. tfchg., McConnell
No. 74335CPIn to the highest bidder for cash in Close
in.
hand, the above described ---..-------- 964.6853.Call Buford Mitchell FOR SALE: 1972 Datsun 510 864 N. Temple' Ave. 603 S. Walnut

RE: Estate of property of said defendant to FOR SALE tfchg Station wagon, 4 door radial Mortgage Broker Starke Fla.
1 Shure PA -------- ---
FOSTER SHI SMITH satisfy the aforesaid Execution. tires, AC, RH, standard shift Multiple Listing Service Sales & Service 964-6246
system good as new. Retail TFN
I $1,100. 964-8414. 1tp TAREX Relocation Service
Deceased. FOR RENT: Nice clean large 1
( $1,295, selling for $700.i Call ...
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Dolph E. Reddish, Sheriff 964-6900. Itp< bedroom furnished apart- ."--" ------ Farm and Land Brokers Assn.

NOTICE TO Bradford County Florida ment. Ph. 964-6947. 1tp NEW 1974 Pinto 4 speed.
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---------- ... Radio and Heater. White. Special-2 Bedroom, A-1 $10,500 I
CREDITORSTo 12/19411/9/ ----- --- -- ,
FOR SALE: Infants carry-all $1 dean-2 Bedroom block$11,500 Davidson
$2,350 plus tag, tax and title.
All Creditors and All Persons Car seat walker play pen FOR RENT: Furnished 1 bed- Stock No. P2914.y4Terwillegar Large-2 Bedroom,$12.500
Having Claims or Demands IN THE CIRCUIT COURT crib and bumper pads See room apartments in Starke.Ph Small Farm-3 bedroom$26,000 Mobile Home ParkIn
Bush's Sporting Goods 473-3096 for appointment. Motors One acre-well &
Against Said Estate: EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF septic$2,500
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR Edwards Road. 1tp 4tp 1/30/ ........<.n._rr.....,.....,.,. City Limits
--=-- -.------ -- --- ------
You are hereby notified and BRADFORD COUNTY FOR SALE: 1970 Ford Toreno $30 Per Mo.Walk

P, required to present any claims FOR SALE: Lake access, 1 acre FOR, RENT: 2 bedroom partly Falcon $700. Runs < good, ULUAN C. PEARSON .

and demands which you may CIVIL ACTION corner lot, big trees near furnished house 1 1/2 miles looks good. Cecil Crawford. REALTOR To New

'. have against the estate of PAMELA ANN TIDWELL,, Keystone 3000. 4732037.FOR north of Lawtey on 301, $65 Ph.782-3135, Lawtey, Fla. 1tp Phone(Anytime)782-3806
... Shopping Center
FOSTER SHI SMITH deceased Plaintiff, vs. GENE EASTON -------- mo. Contact Carl McKinley.1tp ,----.-------- eli

late of Bradford County Florida :TIDWELL Defendant. SALE: 6 by 9 Linoleum > 1974 Olds Cutlass S Power and 3 BR, 1 bath CB home with Sep. City Gas Water a S w rOn

to the Circuit Judges of Bradford $3,98,9 by 12 Linoleum 798. -- -------- Air Conditioned. 19,000 Miles Dr. Large Lot $18,100.

County,and file the same in NOTICE OF SUIT- Also 12 by 12 and 12 by 15 in 'RENT 389500. T1402A. 301 South
FOR : 2 BR house
duplicate and as provided in NO PROPERTYTo stock. Hundreds to 'choose, furnished at 419 N. Church, un-St. 3 BR, 1 bath, Frame home with Jolu Motel Immediate

Section 733.16 Florida from at Dahmers. Discount, Starke. Contact Merritt \i Terwillegar Motors fam. room & sep. DR $17,500.

ft Statutes in the office of the Gene Easton TkJwell tfchg ........ ,.
Williams 119 N.Walnut St. 964-8810
Clerk of Circuit Court of 264155316 ------------ call 964-5391 or FOR SALE": YgeV'Viymouth" 2 BR Frame home (Sun porch Delivery

Bradford County, Florida,within Hq. Co. HQSVBN DELUXE LIFETIME guaranteedmetal ... days tfchg._ Barracuda convertible with could be 3rd BR) partially furnished .
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four calendar months from the Paris Island, S C. 29905 Social Security plates ,air. Ph. 964-8087. Or Best cent heat/air outside
time of the first publication YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Reasonable bid. city 14000.
with nauga-hide carrying case FOR RENT 12' wide moNft- Itp ROOFING AND
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action for Dissolution of .
? hereof, or the same will be an only $2 Free catalog. H. homes outside city limits. J.B. ------------ -
barred. Each claim or demand Marriage has been filed againstyou Call Long Champ i
Colston Import/Export. Box' White Ph. 9646114. If no us We have more. /
NEW. 1974 4 Radio ROOM
Pinto speed.
and required to
and shall you are
shall be writing ADDITIONS
in 374 Starke, Fla. 12/56tp 1/9 answer call'964 8775. tfchg.
residence and serve a copy of your written .. and Heater. White. $2.350plus CECELIA *
i. state the place of --- .--- '""--- ... = T.TERWILLEGAR Home and
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post office address of the defenses, if any to it, on the tag tax and title. Stock Associate ALUMINUM k VINYL

L t claimant and shall be sworn to plaintiff's attorney, whose name FOR SALE REgistered bull calves.Angus No. P2914 Phone 964-5145 Building Materials ]

by the claimant, agent, or at- and address is George H. Pierce cows. Heifers and 9646114or Terwillegar Motors SIDINGBLOCK .
Phone
White -WE BUILD
J.B.
Esquire, P. O. Drawer 1030,
I torney. Starke Florida 32091. and file 9648775. tfchg .r MISCELLANEOUS J. & CEMENT
i Dated at Lake City, Florida "'- "YOUR PLANS OR OURS
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K this 18th day of December A.D. the original with the clerk of the
3 1974. above styled court on or before FOR SALE: Big Dutchman automatic HOUSES FOR SALE Wi now have a/ufltime appliance TILE WORK YOUR LOT OR OURS"

February 3, 1975; otherwise a feeder complete $$495. .,;,. repairman for all your *. I FREE ESTIMATES

I Mary Anne Upsey Smithas judgment may be entered A.R. Woods brooders $20 WATSON'SHOUSEOFVACUUMS repair needs, AND STUCCO
Personal Representative against you for the relief each 6 metal brooder guards & REMODELING N REPAIRS'ADDITIONS

1/2/ 4t 1/23 demanded in the complaint or $5 each. One 8 ton Reed feed FOR SALE: 1968 Trailer 12 x 68 Call Badcoc1cs

petition. tank 125. Ph.:473-4508 2tp <3 bedrooms 1 1/2 baths air (4-5289 CEILINGSCARPENTER
WITNESS my hand and the 1/16 Many brands of new vacuums. conditioned. 964-6565. Call HOMES BOUGHT SOLD',

d NOTICE OF seal of said Court on January 7, -----'---.... --- Used machines available. between 4:30: and 9 p.m. J.Reddish. WORK TRADED

SHERIFF'S SALE A. D., 1975. 12 Expert Repairs all makes.' 2tp 1/16 ACREAGE FOR SALE: :
'. Notice is hereby given that I, FOR SALE: Stevens gauge Parts and Accessories for all tFOR------------ INSURANCEAT NO JOB TOO SMALL OR LARGE 1
.' Ddph E. Reddish. Sheriff of Gilbert S. Brown double barrel shotgun $90 or ,vacuums. Built in central 964-6853
best offer Merrier bicycle, 10 SALE: Mobile home, three REDUCED RATES
Bradford County Florida, under As clerk of said Court cleaning 712N. I.
; vacuum systems. Griffis Loop Call HWY. 3015. STARKE TF
I.- speed made in France 9100 or bedroom,on 782-3751
K and by virtue of Writ of By: Donna M. BransonAs En- Main Gainesville 3767110. 964-8816. AUTO, FIRE, BOAT
best offer, 250 Yamaha 1tp
Execution to Wit: Clerk
Deputy 'TF DOYLE E. CONNER
duro D12 $600 or best offer., ------------
1/94t 130CLASSIFIED ------>------
y Execution issued out of County Call 964-5724. Itp ... FOR SALE: 1973 unfurnished, 3 INSUIANCE AGENCY J
Court of Alachua County, AD RATES -----.---. --- BILL'S ELECTRIC:. Home :bedroom, bath and 1/2 Deep TCHCAL'S OLINS MOBILE HOME SALESHWY.

Florida pursuant. to a final Judg- FOR SALE: Fireplace, wood. remodeling and repairs, also South mobile home. Step up '

ment for Household Finance Minimum'Charge 12.00 9646641. Itp welding and residential and ,kitchen. Sale contract no 100 W. PH. M4-J4M{
Corporation against Alphonso <( .a
Chandler. Joann Chandler and Each word over 15 FOR SALE: Diesel crawler with and automotive repairs. 964- \ mo. For more information call PLUMBING I lIAnG.

Claude Kinsler defendants in 10 cents blade and rake trailer, 1970 8087. 4tp 1/30 '4311201. Metal shed goes Repair and Construction.All FREE LOT RENTAL FOR ONE HALF YEARIN

the amount of 751.29 togetherwith GMC truck V-8 standard. Call ------------ with sale .1 Itp work done by Licensed OLIN'S MOBILE HOME SUBDIVISION WHEN YOU
of collection. 964-6735 or 964-5872. Itp :. ______ Plumber. Phone 964-0947.
costs NOTICE: Anyone throwing trash 10.24-7416tp 1.1&75.1JIMMY PURCHASE. ; YOUR MOBILE. HOME FROM OLIN'S
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t FOR SALE 1 on land across from Lawtey FOR SALE: 60 acres 2 story 'TF
Have seized and h have In our '
possession the following FOR SALE Hilltop fold down dump will be prosecuted on home ,recently remodeled in : .
evidence of trash. Mrs.
described personal property to camper trailer. Sleeps 6. $300 Starke. Call 813-985-1861 or
equity and assume balance. Hughes' Itp i write Anthony Crawford 7011 1 MOORE'S
Wit: FOR SALE: 40 acres with trees, -----' "-...--1--. '
Call Hampton 468-2401. itpMotorcycled ::: Whittier\ Street, Tampa, Fla. .

19S9 Pontiac GTO by owner.,Off N. 301. Ph.372- _____-t--'...._-- FOR SALE: Used windows and ;33617\2tchg.1/18 Sea SportsMORE CARDINBROS.SEPTIC;
1216. Itp ... ,
ID No. 242379P347197 doors, wood and aluminum. '"'"--- ------- BbAT FOR h
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Tag No. 11W-8933 Single, ,double and triple FOR SALE:, By Owner Nearly YOUR MONEY :TF

FOR SALE: Blueberry plants, 4 windows $5 per window. new, showroom condition 2 STARKE' 8pec..lD.. \
PH 984-9701
As the property of the'IIJove: years old. Should beer next Keystone 473-46E6. Itp named defendants and that on year. Ph. 782-3371. 4:30: til 8. "' ---,-- --..---- ,Home completely furnished COMPLETE \ TANKINSTALlA110NAND\t.,

Monday the 13th day of Jack. .. Andrews\ Lawtey. Itp MOBILE HOME MOVINU. Also with better grade furniture, STERN DRIVE OUTBOARD SERVICE HEAVY EQUIPMENTMMEH4675I 1t
January 1975 at twelve o'clock ----------- ,mobile'' home hucricane anchoring ': ,ideal location beautiful 1 1/2 '.

noon on sold day on the FOR SALE 38 Snub nose and mobile home roof plus acres.. Owner financed AND REPAIR r r1l6Mt

premises of life Bradford County Revolvers ".96! 22 handguns 'STARKE, CYCLE"CENTER-aw: coating. Olin's MOBILE Home Call W.N. Raby 636-0380) COMPLETE FIBERGLASS- -

Jail. I will offer. fade. and sent from *19.96 357 -N. Temple Ave ftt.984-<
to the highest bidder for cold in Magnum 1115.00. Oshmers Your authorized HODAKA Starke. Fla.1 cafe) or write Dr.:; CUSTOM BUILT FIBER"GLASS'FISHING : E 1
; tfchg 2tpi/18 P.0.Bs. u : J;
described dealer I'rABKEeFIA : fuJ"7o'ii
hand, the above Discount tfchg : Rockledge Re. BOATS ', ( ,-
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Union Basket bailers Win First Two Losses


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Two Straight- Games Straight In A Row I



Union High Cagers rackedup mented Thomas. "We are in the first quarter.At the firstof '
two straight wins last week going to have to change this to the second quarter Willistonput Previously undefeated, two in a row and although we were the team leaders for
over Chietland 53-39: last stay in the game with anyone up a good fight edging Bradford High cagers have lost to two good ball clubs I BHS getting 12 points each.
Friday night and Williston 56- good." within six points, 19-13 with lost two straight games to still think we are beating our- Sewell also led in rebounding,
30 Tuesday night to boost a Joe Maxwell led the Tigersin 3:32: left in the first half. Ocala Vanguard 54-44 last selves," commented Head grabbing 19 of the Tornadoes
sagging 1-4 record up to 3-4 so the Chiefland game with 16 Both teams had a sloppy Friday night then to.' St. BHS Basketball. Coach Mike 37 rebounds. Vanguard for 23
far this season. points and I II I rebounds. Team- third quarter but the Tigers Augustine Tuesday night 66- Sexton. rebounds during the night.
The Tigers finished before mate Walter Brooks followed still added another three 60, putting the Tornadoes Now the Tornadoes stand Elva Hampton just made it in 1'1'
the Christmas vacation with a close behind with 14 points. points to the lead to end the record so far at 52. with a 5-2 record the two double figures with 10 points. I
1-4 record and have come The Tigers fell behind one quarter 3818. Midway A 40-39 comefrombehindlead losses coming since the BHS got off to a bad start in
back since the break with two point, 5-4 to the Indians in the through the fourth quarter the crumbled on the Torna- Christmas break. the first quarter when the
straight wins. But I lead Coach first quarter then rolled ahead Tiger substitutes came in and does in the final minutes of the Last week before the game Knights rolled to a quick 12-4
Jimmy Thomas is still hesi- 25-17 by halftime. Union com- still were able to out score Ocala game yielding to the Sexton noted Vanguard was lead with 2:57: left In the first
tant about the Tiger's ability. pletely dominated the last two Williston. Knight's rally that handed picked as the team to beat this quarter. All four BHS points
"The Williston game was a quarters.Walter. BHS its first loss of the season. year and that they were were made by Sewell. The gap
disappointing win because we Brooks was the Union: Maxwell 5-7-17, SA jumped 22-8 in front of picked to take the Big Sun stayed the same for the
don't play consistently," com- leading scorer against Willis- Perry 1-4-6, White 2-1-5 Banks the Tornadoes in the first Conference, and possibly district remainder of the first period .
ton getting 22 points and six 1-1-3, Brooks 610.22, Stout quarter, but BIIS retaliatedand and region which ended 16-4. Sewell and .
rebounds. Brooks hit 10 foul mire 0-2-2, King 022. Totals racked up 21 points in the The Knights accuracy from Hampton put in the last four -.-
Did you know that you could shots not missing any. Max- 152756. second quarter to close out at the free throw line proved to points for BHS.Bradford i
still Buy NEW 1974 Pinto well led in rebounding with 10 Williston: Floyd 7-2-16. halftime three points behind be a major contribution to the closed the gap in .
4 speed Radio and Heater while adding 17 points to the Graham 1-1-3, Bastick 3+7. 32-29. The Yellow Jackets just winning edge. Vanguard hit 18 the second quarter on the
White lor S2.350 plus tag Tigers' score. Edwards 1-0-2, Law 1-0-2. outhustled BHS in the second of 21 from the charity line down court shooting of James
tax and title? Stock No. Maxwell was Union's work Totals 13430.SCOURBY. half to hang on to the lead and while the Tornadoes scraped Aldridge. He made four lay )
P2914. TERWILLEGAR horse in the first quarter QUARTERS end the game 66-60. 10 of 11. Eight of those were ups in the second period while
MOTORS getting 10 of the 15 points. UC 1515818.56 "This is the first time in from senior Sheldon Hodge. Hampton and Milton Baker
Williston scored eight points WL 8 5512.30 quite a while that we have lost Hodge and Donnie Sewell each added four points to ,
narrow Vanguard's lead to 26-

..alllr lt. 22 at halftime. ..,,,,. -
: Both teams battled almost
E/:1u.ii.E Coupons Valid 3 Bio Days! evenly in the third quarter andit

Thurs seemed evident that BHS
Fri.
Sat. the Sheldon lodge tries to outstretch this Vanguard man but
had finally put together
D Jan. 9 thru Jan. 11 offensive play. Sewell drew the ball goes over their heads and out of bounds.

(See Page 13))

BHS Wrestlers
o 0
S DRIVE-Ill I


Y.0J Lose Second
301 S. Stark


: FRI & SAT Match To GHS

Grab your scissors, start snipping and save like you never saved before! "
1' DINOIJ lAURENIIIS. Bradford High wrestlerswon for the last four years, May
I'rlTrrriT' four of eight matches but BHS Wrestling/; Coach Kill
/ ALNA VV+ still fell short, 42-18. to Hughes.
rrC.!! NLO.YATM:
} YA.Nf 1Yl! C Gainesville High School last Bradford's four winners
f IO// ALLlACSa0YeeALLRAC L Monday night to put the were: Frankie Crews in the
wnSf } A FAMOUSMAN wrestlers record at 12. 108 pound class l by decision:
p ONEff fLACNf "I don't think we did a bad Gery Sullivan 101 pound class
ion I 1 ..IUSM rcnMsnonnoicouM. *"LTUCS mnnu ex job, because that school has by a pin. Tommy Mcng. 122!
had a good wrestling program pound class by pin. and t'ruift
S I Buhlcr. 135 pound clossj I a
r !
wren e PLUS 'L'
II' I
e scNnlcAAaes -V auYOUreuANS 1>11 pin.
A CAneYe/T0.1 Ctrl)
ancro. + Keith Kirchainv.
I r-A Wanted INao!ANO our It should hove beena
tylee,, r w 'FLORIDATHEATRE Hamm and Jimmy Clark all
AS fashion YinyaNatfabrlt colorslThil / w.a itl. love story. won their matches, but (they
brand you were not counted and were
know for qualify, twlultNUM exhibition mutches.!
comfort in 2847.and.fit.Si Tommy Edwards: lost to
lif Mike Thompson by a decision
C/w u ICN nosj .. ] 1M but Coach Hughes says 1 this
rLATINUY /;;;,
_* -11 INllcTOA (LAO!{ in I aA 0lNINOf1 was the best match of I ho
p-'. i'.LtYmNi4. .ALL HWOH CLEANED 1 tJT.EAGU 'a MOTOR MLE LLJE Frl Sat & Sun meet.
WAS '.:' Cl...,.., ditinfeers, deodorizes for tands angina !ifa,lncn.ua.qo. we. l/Y'N Bradford's next competitionis
E .I MI ......,quicker cl anln, ,. 1511..... milaoga. Exclusive Eagle formula. LII M PT.a.r.uus CLARION PICTURES INC presentl Thursday night at home

"RODI IIINJ against Ocala Vanguard
starting at 7 p.m.
= "I think things are pointing(
mu1Je IA PBlNlrb CAR"COLOR
rTs Sun & Mon in the upward direction and
1 MrIEI' s. IOAILONwa.o each time we play we gel
crab sroco f NYLON INI ON tUEO! LOON IITCNENPOPLINIACNTt COLOR better," says Coach Hughes,
21P4ACNT OECANTtN

JaM Me at.... PLUS
R11AU :w V''(!: ,\
-D aAAf ] ],/ THEY KILLED I HIS WIFE
Nra yy alla.d ua vinyl. Unbreakable plalie. Men or i CAium TAPES Not tiilEtl11Jrw THEY MURDERED 1 I II HIS DAUGHTER
.LIL QUAUTY .LllllIID RED Iln.d.T co a. Brown, rust or w -as- Easy-grip han Record 60 minutes en each tope. F 1
:
/Ii baleeI diet for _giHnI.. L ./M: $[a S' ,L.XL vy.Sir.s8-1A. a die Pour pall Clay distortion-free exellty.Enpondod V THEY THOUGHT THEY KILLED HIM Z:: ,

r :/ ,..wrMEN't BUT NOTHING I COULD 1 I STOP

FRANKCHALLENGE
,
r--\:: by hell: Crawford
,
l
1" NUC/ED DICNIfYYNEIONT MUSEI, -1 '
,
Q NO/IN/ WOE! COZY FLANNEL y :' <:;'' '}' Bradford Bassmasters will
,e OENIY JEAN! PAJAMAS ; ,' _"",,<1-\: A hold their January tournament -

r oS ..... First'BILLYJACK'there was ++. 4 January at 11. Cowpen Lake

I 1dNl : .MlMfTailorad.wlhpin IM PT.ROLL PLASTIC WAP IN PT.NOLL DIDma'taede Then came The Tournament will beginat
't I 13 7S 01.cotton denim : / eganeBwa{ Idla,. 100*Vectro'polveropylere, 24"wide 'WALKINGTALL' 7:00: a.m. and end at 6:00:
is bar tacked and I o/l.hovw., IundNla. .TVrM IMM'iiaPfMHitfM 1 There will be
hpp ealld. { Moke wonMut LYe rural lure p.m. a weigh-in
?,' riveted for longhard G xr 'til, I Fully Pretty cut. 32-40.prints. wldws kah, 1Twd..3.33{ yd,. look like n.wl! Many, many caleralA tilt wiIdM.. .NIIANanNd h I at 1:00: p.m. and 6:00: p.m. This
1-1 7 \ nor. 29-38 waist. to**,GAIL IORBER 'HENRY CORY'AMY FARBHH
J .... will be waters for of
new most
--- ,.*VV MO-MM. ...JIM.-McBRlLH..wuwNluw ,... 1 the Bassmasters.
SWfmUitMB B0" R, ..!M? M ._. a I personally have fished this

d yNr1 Now lake once. The black plastic

NDel&el CASaAu ,x-.1 YtrK S rd'r LADY IAOLU 4CUPr PLUS there worm and Bang-O-Lure
caSUAL 1MACNYIIC IuCTNKNNIT is.. worked good in this lake. I
I n"f CADOIOANf INtAIAtTIN.AI suppose Earl Muse has fished
+ "Werewolfs., this lake more often than any
Bassmaster so just follow

h w.IlMf COLON BV TECHNICOLOR Earl. lie will lead you to the
j,4r stN On Wheel r
I I PLUMESCINT LIMIT PIXTMNE ,
PG|
INDUSTRIES RCltASI Holes.
A CINeMATIOIV Hawg
I A Ea.y..,.. '.Ic.. Full (efhlsnd. Nhlr.c..IrQ17
I laohon, cola.. I...g Cable stitchsign.CoJora.3440 d. kCalarlul cool II" long while, cempleM Huareseenf with Nh i I IS Yon end THEATRESTARKE Bill Tilley and J. E. Den
1 /.., ai-I., 5.M.L,xL des hr,, card. Installs in second*. mark had two fine back-to-
J dK" L back catches in HamptonLake.

They caught 40 bass In
two days.

Bass Anglers Sports Society

If.rsN.v'f-TYre' nrlN rArriiiiNU Io "" y (B.A.S.S.) is having its annual
SNIRTI :s ulcTNlc CYCLE Florida Invitational Tourna-
r ALANr CLOCN \ ment at Welaka on the St.
1 gee \1 Johns River January 29, 30
; 1 and 31.The .
AtjMfOutdaonmen Jrlf CENTER Tournament begins at
plaids a wise .A/ approximately 8:00 and
'r PAW 011 UNCLOTHE UMM FACIAL THINK a.m.
Neatly cotton tailored flannelette.{in Waffle weave ctnon n.aly.dfd. Cmt-Is read dial.Quiet{ eccuratedependable. &g la 01) 200 -.'" H_ 964.6020 304 Call St. ends at 5:00: p.m. Anyone is
, 2? ac.eSMLandltL. 13.13" sis*, oalablwl,//. On-year warranty, Fetlel gu...lip.. f........ alas.M welcome to visit during. the
w, three-day Tournament. The
.ft.r-, Christmas bass fishermen in this tourna-
ment ,are pros Billy West-
I 9r Y.ar End Closeout moreland from Celina, Ten-
nessee won the Florida Invita-
-Mf--uNIIs 0NOTiLIIYt: r An Nliat[
p tional Tournament in
NOW
N OLICPar TtrNa SL New 100 cc WAS February. 1974. They try to
<1 ,
bring these bass back alive
..fill ...... VItlYL 11 Modaka.. Birtsqnirt .Jaes $495 during this Tournament and

At.fcM-.MiT TAlUCLeni uAAremd turn them over to the Florida
Solids. stripssandt .I ImA : .AS3ADarfA / I) .ALLQ Game Commission to be
1173358 Jawa.
tailoredn bwln} Glr. In.r. .e end+n..inngl l.vy.d iR1Da.tI .Jeaa! 795
released elsewhere.
pelyesfar-eal-' .... Newwllaehln+ Lb. .. In r.rs.dr, hhen..1b14Na. -
y? '. ,*. wA/Jt/T P..1. 52.7'1 !T' ele.dl, wdMw. Lpf wf sh..L 1171- 1711Z -5695' SSOO I'll meet all of you'Bass.
masters at Cowpen Lake 7:00:
p.m Sharp on January 11th,

1173 -1M 00 Kawasaki $QQR P.S.-Ask Julian how he
Beautiful Bike For 999oKarts caught his bass at the


I 312 W. Madison Starke 964-7513 .zvrt. !21g December tournament.I Good fiaNfK.

Neil R.Crawfordmilj


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Hospital Administrator Conservationist Dies



Resigns Position Dec. 31George ; In Tractor Accident


A. Canova administrator director of the Bradford- However the Governor's < LAKE BUTLER Covington University ol "'Iorid.. enteredthe
of Bradford County Union Vocational Training Patronage Committee, '' M. Woodley, 57, or Providence soil service in Luke City in
I Hospital( ) II'0r the past six years Center was recommended by meeting last Friday, gave its D _!I_ t was killed in a tractor 1953 and was! (utisigncd to.
has resigned the position the Bradford County Demo recommendation to Jesse ,? 1F accident on his farm near Union County in 1954. Bradford -
effective December 31. The cratic Executive Committee Moore assistant principal of s'' Providence on New Year's County in addition to !
resignation was accepted by to fill the vacancy left by the Bradford High School, for the i w Union, has been served by Mr. I
the Hospital Board of Trustees recent resignation of E. W post. Ex-Senator Charley ;V Day.Woodley was found pinned Woodley since May, I 1970.()
.on the same dale (Hodges, Jr., following his Johns is chairman of the i under his tractor after the I following the retirement ol ,
t A. G. Loudon. 'Jr., trustee election as a County Commis Patronage Committee and \ tractor was spotted on its t William S. Haas.
chairman, said that Canova sioner. No appointment has other members are Guy wheels sticking up in the air. In November of 1974 Mr.
cited "personal reasons" for yet been made by the Governor Andrews, Carl Haile, Hazel I He left his home around 10 Woodley was (he recipient of
resigning.The however. Hardy and Carl Minx. a.m. New Year's Day and was an award for outstanding ser
Executive Committeeof In the case of another up- What effect the recommen- | found dead about noon. vice in his soil conservation
the trustee board has ap- coming trustee vacancythe donation will have on the ap- ; ., Woodley was operating a work. .
pointed Mrs. Gloria King seat now held by George Shu- pointment is unclear at this c ''I X71 tractor with a disc with a Mr. Woodley also served us
director of nurses to fill the ford, whose term will expire time however since Governor ti ,,f u hydraulic lift attached. chairman of the board or>r the
.vacancy until a new administrator January 31- Shuford has Indi- Askew recently announced Although nobody witnessedthe First United Methodist
is hired. cated his willingness to serve his intention to "do ThL __ accident it is thought that Church of Lake Buller. Ik-
. "V-Two vacancies also remain another term and received the away" with county patronage Woodley made too sharp a was a member of the Rotary
Ii unfilled on the hospital board recent recommendation of the committees as something the \ turn or lifted the disc at the Club, The Lake Butler K & A
'of trustees at this time. Bills Democratic Executive Com- Governor "can get along TJ5'ji wrong time at ilk top ol a M Lodge No. 52 and the
Dampier,. recently-resigned mittee. without" during his second : fairly steep incline at a ditchin Eastern Star.
term. the back of his hime. The Funeral services were heldin
.. tractor turned over twice Lake Butler Saturday
; I down and January 4.
stopping upside

;: Harold Davis Is Elected p pinning Two Woodley weeks under before it. ? .,...
I I ,
Woodley's death he had been O w
Chamber President-Elect elected to the chairmanship of .
the Board of Trustees of the
This handsomely racked eight point buck was killed at New River Dec. 27 by Buddy Sapp Union General Hospital in .
(' : Harold Davis 41, manager made for 1974; that to an out- motion by PastPresidentMarc hunting with Jack Anderson, both from Lawtey. The pair was wading through New River Lake Butler by his fellow
'. of the Starke branch of standing citizen of Bradford Jackson and secondedby Swamp looking for squirrels "or anything" when they came upon the big buck scrubbing his board members.He .
rack on a small tree. shot him !ith bird shot and twice with buckshot.
Guaranty Federal Savings Sapp once w
County whose service to the President-Elect Bill was the district soil con- I.In I.o
::; and Loan Association, has community has promoted the Glover. ..:: -: servationist for Bradford and .... ,. I.
;V been named 1976 president- social, cultural and economic John Myers executive vice- d' .=::;:- Union Counties.
t elect of the Starke-Bradford development of the commun- president of the Chamber 0;"", --...- Following a period of mili- parts of Ireland, some
>,County Chamber of Com- ity as a whole. Recommendations reported he has requested the tary service in World War II, girls believe that their husbands
('. mercer for this award are appearance at the fair of some Mr. Woodley a New Mexico hair will be the colorof
IV Davis was nominated and requested from the Board of ot the Walt Disney characters Tradition relates that the Florentine Diamond one of the largest and most famous native with a degree !in Agri- the first worm they see on
elected last Thursday, Jan. 2, Governors. At the suggestionof from Disney World for the last diamonds In the world was picked up by a peasant and sold for 2V4! shillings. cultural Engineering from the May morning! j
al the monthly meeting of the Mac Baldwin it was agreed two or three days of the fair I
Board of Governors of the that since only award be .
one but he has not yet had a reply
'Chamber, on a motion by Dale given that it be a plaque Instead from Disney World. ,

Hurst.Brown There seconded were no by further Carl of a certificate. The board also approved the State Bank No..TTO,,,.............. J
Baldwin also reported that
operating budget for the 1975- ,
nominations as the board his firm Baldwin Chevrolet- 76 fiscal year. Myers reportedthat
accepted the recommendationOf Olds Inc., will not be sponsoring the 1974-75 budget year PUBLISHER'S COPY il:, .I
its Nominating Committee Miss America for the 1975 was within $130 of meeting its .

headed Glover.by PresidentElectBill April Bradford and County asked Fair if this the he membership Is certain that goal.figure Myers will said be Consolidated Report of Condition of "..The! ..ft5! !nunltyStateBenk. ? ? ..!??..Stehke! ............................ .. .................."
John Bradley was Chamber would like to con- met before the end of the If

another nominated term and approved for of sider her sponsorship. Bald- current fiscal year on Jan. 31. of..........?* !*. .. .........-. ......in the State of..f.1otfd. ... ............. ........and Domestic Subsidiaries at the close of '
as treasurer win noted that the Fair Association Myers also noted he has taken ..

the meeting.Chamber at the Thursday half of the has cost in of the the past sponsor-paid- increase into consideration in materials a 10 and percent ser- business on.....REPx3.J..J.974: ............., 19it ... ...... i

Results of the election of six ship. After discussion the vices when he made up the 75-
new members of the Board of board approved undertaking 76 budget.. '.
Governors were also an- half the sponsorship on a DOLLARS ;
CTa.
nounced Thursday. Elected ASS E T 5 L'

were County Judge Elzie Sanders 1. Cub and due from banks (including S_I unposted debits).. .............................................................. -867.59Z..4S" 1 : '
Richard, J. Odom E. Tomlinson Dale Brown, Dr., JV Pilot ClubAntique 2. (a) U.S. Treasury securities............................................. ..............., l Total (items ,.. ..... .... ..... ., .?u.! .,
Gerald Williams and Mrs. Cagers (b) Obligations of Federal Financing Bank..."..............:......:........i z i 2a) cI: (b) ) ...... .1'... .. .... 2
Lillian Pearson. Brown is the Show 8. Obligations of other U.S. Government agencies and ...................................................................................corpor.tlona. ... ..III... .xx"... .ff 8
only incumbent board mem- Edge SA 4. Obligations of States and political aubdI1l0Dl.................................................................................................................... ..... .. .. .... 4
ber. The new members will Starts Jan 17 J 5. Other securities (including i corporate stocks).......................................................................... .............. ....f,...... ....... 6 -
will take office on for Dec.three 31975 and. Bradford junior varsity 8. Trading account aecurtties...........................................,...............:........,.................................,.............................................' ..... .............. ... ...... ....... 8
serve to the years.It board cagers edged 33.30 by St. 7. Federal funda sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell............... ........................................................ .X. .. 7
that was Florida reported Commissioner of Augustine last Tuesday night The Pilot Club of Jackson- 8. Other 10.118.............................................. ...............................................,................................................................ ........3.49t..913:. .. .: :. 92. 8
Education Ralph Turlingtonwill under scorer the Freddie shooting Aldridge of lead to ville will hold its 26th annual .. Bank premluslurniture. and Baturea,and otbae assets representing bud pnmi-"....,...,...-....,.,..,."....,...,.."'" """,",... ,."t5-.. ... .1.3 9
be the guest speaker at Antiques Show at the Civic 10. Real estate owned other than bank prem..1..
put the Baby Tornadoes at 3-4 'Jacksonville :
the 28th annual Chamber of so far this season. January Auditorium 17-19 in, opening the, 11. Investments In subsidiaries not consolidated........................................................................?.................................. .. ...
Jan.Commerce 31 in the Dinner Starke to Woman's be held Aldridge scored 12 pointy first two day at-J p.m. until,,10 12. Cuatomer' UablUty to this bank on acceptances outstandlnr..X..L: ; .: :.. ...............:..?.. -.0;t;
Club. ,from four field goals and four p.m. and on the last day from i:" (item6 bf""Other Assets'7it( Ilg81 Arll 1nt; ... .

President. George Pierce foul shots, all in the last 1 p.m. until 6 p.m.- : TOTALassets .................... .. : .....:..: ... :......::...:......... ...... :: :......................V: Ii iz6: :n: : j
quarter. Sixty dealers from the
that the Executive
!reported BUS jumped to 'a 7-2 first
Committee recommended north, eastern seaboard and
quarter lead then went in the Florida will exhibit and sell LIABILITIES

instead that only of one the Chamber usual three award be locker rooms at halftime with their wares. 15. Demand deposits of individuals partnerships. and corporations I .........................................:...........................................: ........) .. "969 .463 l 15
an 11-8 the lead.Yellow In the third Tickets may be purchasedat 18. Time and savings deposits of Individuals, partllenhips. and corporations............................................................. ....... ......... .... ..453". .. .204' 16
Cll Dealt. quarter got fired up and took Jackets a 23.17 (including the door tax)-and Adults Children's$1.50 17. Deposits of United States Government..1...:....... ........ .II... ..0t..63(. 17

ers lead over BBS. tickets are 75 cents (includingtax 18. Deposits of States and political subdlvi lons..............................................................................................................:......... '........1..2 18
(See |>ago 12)) "We just settled down and ). 19. Deposits of foreign governments and o1Rcial inatitutiom.................. ....:........................................................................ .............. .............. jC .. 19
first blood in the third quarteron came right back got the game Proceeds from the show go 20. Deposits of commercial: banks. ..........:.......................... .. ............................................................................................ .... .............. ... "X" 20
a five foot jump shot then and froze the"ball for about the to the Pilot Club's many pro- 21. Certieed. and of lcers' ......... etc..."...,..""."."......,.".,.. ...,."..,..".".......,.,.."" ."."','''''.'''':'''' ".."."". ,. :..86.545.:1):: : .: : 01

Vanguard's Billy Jackson hita last Reddy minute Cox. "It says feels JV good Coach to jects. The club maintains two 22. TOTAL DEPOSITS..........a................................... ..............................,...................... xxx xxx xxx xx 22a
10 footer right behind. This go over there and beat them." Girls Clubs to 12 for year less privilegedseven olds and ( ) Total demand deposits................,.............,...,.....,.........................,......................"mM" xxx xxx xxx xx (a)
type throughout see-saw the scoring third went on. Jay Godwin and Kenny sponsor five Anchor Clubs in (b) Total time and savings depoeits....,...........,..................,,...........,.,...,....;........... xxx xxx xx (b)
only miss-matched quarter.The score Aycox led the Tornadoes in as many senior high schools. 23. Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase.................................,.............................. .............. .............. .. yx. .... ....... 23
was when the Knights had a rebounding. Both were in Other projects include 24. Other liabilities for borrowed money...................................................,................................................................................ .............. ............ .X....... ...?... 24
," foul shot instead of making a double Aycox figures.scored working with the Police Athletic 25. Mortgage indebtedneas................................................................................. ........."............................ .................................. .............. .............. ... .... ...... .25
eight points,
basket. This moved the Kenneth Hampton got seven, State League Northeast at Florida 28. Acceptances executed by or for account of this bank and outstanding,............... .....,...,............................................... .............. .X. 28
_... Tornadoes one point closer at Godwin four, and Lavern Mental Hospital Health Arthritis Macclenny, etc., 27. Other liabilities.......... ,............................................................................................................................................................ 379..347" 00 27
the end of the third quarter 37- Marks two. 28. TOTAL LIABILITIES............. ......... ............................................................................................................................:.... _--"r-lrIr- .. R 28
;,34.At the first of the fourth "We kept getting the ball, 29. MINORITY INTEREST IN CONSOLIDATED SUBSIDIARIES...........................................,.................................. -X-__ 29
set it kept our cool and
up Dr. Adams F
quarter BUS went in front for
even when we were behind we
the first time of the game 38- did not let it get us down," RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES

,four 37 This lead was foul gained shots on commented Cox. Is Limiting 80. Reserve for bad debt losses Oil loans (set up pursuant to Internal Revenue Service ruling)...............,.....;...........,..., ......,.,...,. .....47......... ..300.. ... ..62.. ,... 30
by
Hodge.straight Vanguard's Joe Friday night BUS hosts 81. Other reserves on loan...........,............................. ... .. .. ..... ............ .X.... ..
Roberts then hit on a 20 footerto North Marion then Saturday Hospital Work 82. Reserves on .. ......... "............................ ..... ...................................:.................. -- : t
night Leesburg. Tuesday :
regain the lead. Hodge then night the Baby Reds will 83. TOTAL RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES.......,.......................................................................................... -I.-.3QO-.62.+ 33
hit two foul shots to '.
more put
travel \
to Orange Park. .
,the lead back on Bradford'sside Dr. H. H. Adams long-time r i:
CAPITAL I : .
.
Starke physician is trying to ACCOUNTSe '
40-39 with 4:37: left in the
game. give up his hospital rounds 84. Capital notes and debentur.............................................................i1...........................;.:....;............:.................................. .............. ........... ..X...". ... 34 ti,
From that point on the BUS RECREATIONCENTER and limit his practice to office* (specify Interest rate and maturity of each Issue outstanding) :- !, "

rally faded and the Knights hours. 85. Equity capital, total ................. .. .... ....................................................................................,..................................,............. -501 101 85 35
turned the table again and medicine Adams in 62 Starke, has for practiced over 31 88. Preferred stock-total par alue. ..............;.... .................................................?.... : ............. .............. --x--. 38
leaped 54-44 in front of BUS .X. ;; : .
(No, shares outstanding )) : "yyf; 7.f.:
He he would
1'
before the game ended. Sewellhit years. says now
the last '.two baskets for Recreation CERAMICSThe like to limit his hospital prac- 87. Common stock-total par vt _........,............ .,,, ,, ',,, ,,,. ,; .. ... ..... ......... ..... ............. .... .......... Q QQ 00"
BHS. resume .its Departmentwill Ceramics tice. He will still keep regular .( )j : ; :: ) : : ::

BUS: Hampton 5-0-10, Berry Classes January 20 1975. office hours. He still intends to 88. ... ,

2-0-4 Baker 1-0-2,1: Sewell 5-2- Classes are held each "help out"when at Bradford he is needed.County 89. Undivided proftta........................................................................................................................::........................../.............. .:,,....:.,... ...:B1... ...101 1 .85.. 39
12. ,Totals hedge 2-8-12. Aldridge 408. Monday and Thursday nights Hospital Adams has been on the BCH 40. Reserve for contingencies and other capital reserves......................................................;............................................... X. 40
Vanguard 171044.: Harris 2-4-8 from 7-10 p.m. and each from Wed-9-12 staff since 1955. Prior to that 41. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS........................................................................................................................................... ,-u- 41 ,
nesday mornings
Hester 7-6-20 Smith 5-5-15, noon. he cared for patients in his 42. TOTAL LIABILITIES RESERVES, AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS...........................................................,;.........,.. -S- _1120.so7__ 42
Jackson 2-2-6. Roberts 1-1-3, Anyone welcome. own facility on Madison Streetin
Apcights 102.) Totals 181854. Starke where he still has his MEMORANDA

Tornadoes Donnie in Sewell the St. Augustine led the Recreation VOLLEYBALLThe Departmentis private Dr. Adams'offices.entire medical 1. Average of total deposits for the 15 calendar days ending with call date,6 ..i11.. 162 8. 1 J

game in scordmg with 23 now resuming volleyball practice has been here in 2. Average of total loans for the 15 calendar days ending with call date........................................................................... .........3.. ............ ...169"..... .... 2
points and rebounding with 18. sessions for men and women. Starke, except for, his. Intern- 8. Unearned discount on instalment 10.118 Included in total capital a.counts..............,.....,...,........,.........,.................,..... .............. ............ .....X...... .. 8 )
Teammate Sheldon Hodge The men play on Wednesday ship.Adams' 4. Standby let.ten of credit_.. ._ _". _.._ w.._._._._.__.__ M .. .. ._.. .X..... __. 4
'racked up 16 points and nights beginning at 7:30: p.m. absence from the
grabbed 11 rebounds. Sewellhit The women play on Thurs- hospital will leave three doc- ,t

Ing 10 the of ball.his 14 attempts shoot- day p.m.Sessions.nights beginning at 7:30: Jorge tors still P, Salazar on the of staff Keystone: Dr. 1.... !c re..t..t.a...Mt 11.rp... .s.?. ...Y-P.,j..CuA1.!r.............. oJ 1M as.-Rastas hawk do ..roaRl I {tJm feat iAu' rtpori of condition '

"We did tie it in the back this Heights, Dr. Kiert Sundusa- 1
never up start' inn and torrtct. to to but. of ....
''second half. They stayed fiveor week. dce of Starke, and Dr. CarlosM. my tnowUdgt and ,
six points ahead of us most Anyone Interested In Hernandez of Starke. E

of the time" commented. playing Is welcome to come. Dr. Pete G. Felos of Starke Comet-AtUtl: l4.gt.rZ..c/.2i.0. :v..,.. ,,,.
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Coach Sexton. "Sewell and Sessions are held upstairs in has for several years
Hodge provided all of our the Old Armory, restricted his work to private

offense which makes during our inside the game game DANCING LESSONS regular practice.office He hours.maintains ......CJuar.tlY.. I."Qb".....;............................................................. .,. .., i

game strong.Is!Right producing now our' very outside. lit- Is The now Recreation registering Department girls ages ......B.....8.. ...E p.p.!....................;..........................................,..,............... ......, ..,....,.,,.,r.j.,,....,....,, .1''... Dtr.ctorL. ,
H. H.
.tie.The Tornadoes have a full 6-10 modem for.dancing its tumbling sessions and c ;..... .... : ..., .. ',".............;..,.................................................. ........... >,;- t
schedule next week. Friday .'.
The sessions will be held '
night BUS hosts North Marion each Monday Wednesday and .. ... '" i
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Orange Tuesday then Saturday Park.night night BUS Junior Leesburg travels varsity to: p.m.Friday The In only afternoons the Old thing Armory.3:30 needed: 5:00: Is_ a :: .: ,:"; ,,; :::-.:: ":'. slateq/.JFlorld: ..................,.......................................t........... ... c: ......J Br .f.9. .................................... n:

games varsity games start at at 8 6:30 p.m.: and -socks Registration and tennis forms shoes.may, be 1r NOT4RY'9: ro@t' .' Y "I'B-. to and nt&eerttminfon KM (Mfa41 ................,8th,,., .... .. .0/"'). .... .... .. ..."... a,75.... x

J'Wcihave; I two conference picked up at the Recreation !'::per" .j". ,,"' .. Amfry -' games this weekend and I :"T *
office In the old armory. A/ ; ::
hope we win them because Participants must be i, >. !j .,.._111.( ... ............"..................................... If.......- ........ ...................................._..;. .. ...:.... Nota+t PutUe.''
they are must games if wo are registered 'prior to first ... .h.,,.,. 'iT
going to stay up in the conference session '". "Ale. *, yom rascal, you dMn'l
." says .Coach Sexton.,, fell Me you had a date!"
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I i' City Commission Informed Of Internal Weaknesses' >j I IA





list of 25 "material weak written policies concerning a be covered in the event of recommendations referring to required in the preparation of nesses." year the gas billings were city records. '
nesses" in the record keeping number of pertinent items accident while the employeswere the controls of internal accounts financial statements. Further, The recommendations also computed incorrectly by the "In testing the work ordersk
practices<< of city hall Irom such as bidding, use of doing work by private projection of any evaluation of criticized the records being billing machine. Some customers !.'or specific jobs done for cus-
auditors of Purvis, Gray and vehicles, rental of vehicles, request rather than city busi- "There are inherent limita- internal accounting control to kept in the water departmentand were overcharged imers we found several thaI
Co. were discussed by the sick leave and vacation leave ness. tions that should be future periods is subject to the stated that perhaps small amounts due to'a cod' not been billed during the '
Starke City Commission Tues- for employes, etc." Edwards said that the insurance recognized in considering the risk that'the procedures may $40,000 in collections is being machine programming ,icriod being examined that t
day night. Edwards explained that the would cover vehiclesif potential effectiveness of any become inadequate because of lost due to water meters that problem. Based on the sample hould have been We recom-
"As a part of our examination person responsible for the they went outside town on system of internal accounting changes in conditions, and are not operational. checked the average overbil- .nend that additional controlshe I-:
we reviewed and tested policies in question was on business. No other informa- control. In the performance of that the degree of compliancewith It was explained that new ling during that period was implemented to assure thai :'
the city's system of internal leave during the audit time tion about insurance was presented most control procedures, the procedures may water meters are being Installed approximately 26 cents per nil such work is properly **
accounting control to the due to illness in her family, lie errors can result from misunderstanding deteriorate.Our as quickly as possible. bill for residential consumers hilled. _V,
extent we considered neces- said that the policies are in the "During calendar year 1973 of instructions, study and evaluation of Additionally the auditor and $1.04 for commercial consumers Edwards said that some ; *
sary to evaluate the system as vault and could have been the commissioners were each mistakes of judgment, care- the city's system of internal pointed out that no records are each month." services are provided by the :'
required by generally accepted easily ! auditing standards," "The clty-apparently does I However, no form 1099's were factors. year ended September 30, flows through the city system examination we determinedthat 'should not have been I
the report sta ted. not have a policy forbiddingthe prepared for the commis- Control procedures whose 1974, which was made for the and how much is paid for, to parking tickets which Edwards called this years
The auditors cited two work cashing of checks from siones as required by the effectiveness depends upon purpose set forth in the first determine if any is being lost were delinquent were nol audit. recommendations
jobs which were completed petty cash. At the time we Internal Revenue Service. segregation of duties can be paragraph above was not by the city being followed up and were worst he had ever seen and
without bids being received. examined and counted the Edwards said the oversight circumvented by collusion. designed for the purpose of "These reports can be an being thrown away." The criticized the persons who I
Repair work was performedby petty cash there were checks would be corrected. Similarly, control procedurescan expressing an opinion on important managerialtool auditor said that state law made the inspection for not
John D. Diggs on sewer totaling $160 which had been "No payroll deductionswere be circumvented intentionally internal accounting control when prepared and prohibits throwing away any working with him more
plant equipment in the cashed through the petty cash. made from the Christ- by management with and it would not necessarily analyzed. An Indication for closely.
amount of $3,825 and remodeling "We found where city mas bonuses. All bonuses are respect either to the executionand disclose all weaknesses in the example of the possible
of the jail and radio room vehicles such as loaders and subject to the normal payroll recording of transactions, system. However, such study revenue loss from the in-
was done by Gene !Edwards; trucks along with drivers are withholding and reporting requirements or with respect to the ;and evaluation disclosed the operative water meters wouldbe Contract
amounting to $2.642, the rented to individuals for ." estimates and judgments following conditions that we possible." SignedOn
audit report stated. various rates. We recommendthat Mayor Commissioner believe to be material weak- "During a portion! of the

City Clerk Merrill Edwards this policy be reviewed Charles Schaefer asked why
said that normally the city considering the amounts to be the city had been written up Shuford Heads BoardSTARKE
bids anything over $:HH). In charged and possible liabilityto for this practice because he ,County New Raiford
these cases the best offer to the city." knw it had been done for

get the work done came from Edwards said the city has a years. In the re-organi- commissioners, the final
the men that were paid.Hecomml'ndations policy regarding doing private Scott answered that the city zational session of the Brad- authority on zoning changes
also work for residents and the had been told to correct the ford County Commission within the county. Municipal Bldg.HAIFORD .

made it apparent that the city appropriate amount to charge practice but prior to this year Monday January 6, veteran D. -County Agent Bobby Taylor
should compile a manual of for such services by city the auditors had not writtenthe L. (Dave) Shuford, District 1 introduced to the commis-
policies which outline what employes. criticism in the report. commissioner from Lawtey, sioners Mr. Lowell Parrish The Town taking any I further action for
employes can and cannot do. Accountant Ned II. Scott "There is a general lack of was elected to the chairman- who has assumed his new Council signed a building con- its removal.
"We were unable to find asked if the equipment would separation of duties for em- ship of the board for the duties as the 4-H Club Coordinator tract for the construction of a Drilling for u i dl'l'pl'1I on
ployees of the City of Starke. coming year and George, W. for BradfordBakerand new municipal building pre I the property and the re-soiling
Good internal control is pre- Roberts, District 2 commis- Union Counties, a position viously awarded to The al'a power line which is
a e.M dicated on sufficient separ- sioner of Starke, was selectedas previously authorized by the County Home Center of Lake directly over the new building
v ation of duties among em- vice-chairman. m commission. Butler. site has also been deluded

ployees to allow for proper Shuford, who has had pre- -Rev. James Countryman, Start of construction on the until the depot building; is
qCi checks against the various vious terms of service as pastor of the New River $18,000( contract lor the 35 x 55 removed.In! .
Sell yourCCIIMS. 1 E functions of accounting for chairman, replaces Ralph P. Baptist Church, presented a foot building has been advanced a special I called meetingof )
a na city's revenues, expenditures, Bryan, District 3 commis- plaque to the commission, two weeks from the the council held !\Iolldil\'.
0 o assets and liabilities. We sioner. Bryan served as chair recognizing the efforts of Monday night meeting at the Uecemlx-r :i0. the Southern
oa n 0 recommend that the city man in 1973 and 1974. Electedin Road Committee Chairman request of contractor Richard Standard Building Codescre
review their organizationalplan 1965, Shuford previously Dave Paulk, for help and Pernini. adopted us the jl.Uld'IiI1l'S11I11
EII'la and responsibilities of the served as chairman of the assistance in improving a In addition to the permitted sp'ctl kcal ions to he used on nil -,

various employees to deter- board in 1967, 68, 69, and 71. Dave Shuford short graded road to the delay on the beginning of con- future construction within I hi- '
rnns."!' tmns ar mine if additional controls can Prior to the election Monday church building and grounds. structin another has town limits.
be implemented." Bryan extended some highly torney. -Authorized a call for bids developed because of the ,
Edwards said that the failure to have the old railroad Provisions for enlorcenu i r' -
girlsin commendable remarks to his A scheduled bid opening for for repainting the woodworkat
the office know their jobs fellow board members for renovation and repairs of the the Agricultural Building depot removed within the allocated of the codes and inspection, ",*.<"
buildings eomstru
during
and do them well. their spirit of cooperation Bradford County jail was located on US-301 north. The time when sold. o.have
been taken auknxnt
The auditor explained that during his tenure as chairmanand until the next bids are to be opened at the The depot building donatedto ) i
bI the
to have checks and balancesno regular to be held Raiford by railroad officials I i
also praised county meeting next regular meeting to be view I toward\ ,
((904)396-5763) one person should performall department heads and em- February 3. Clerk Gilbert held Monday, February 3. ,was immediately advertised mental witi,
operations from taking ployees for their help and Brown announced that he had to be sold to make way iigreenieiil
SOUTHERN COIN EXCHANGE money at the window to assistance to l himself and the been advised by Architect for the new municipal bid);. county building program. '
posting it in the ledger.A board during the period. Robert Taylor that no bids had Chiles . At the time it was sold to In other actions the council:
-Agreed to comply v ilh I the
lilt- (-u''ila! '' J..VO. lengthy statement was Upon assuming the chair, been received by the January Robert Faulkner of Jacksonville >
written on the first page of the Shuford recommended the 6 opening bid date as adver- (From Page 1)) the council stipulated Adminislralhe Procedures '
of all tised. come by the Florida House that the building be removed:\ Act, l'lIel'th'Silll'l' Jan. I I. in
county
reappointment when in Washington. Over providing a written anemia, '
within 45 days Irom November
heads and it was In other matters at Monday's -
department 20,000 visitors went throughthe 21.The. seven days U'fore nx'elings.Approved \ :
meeting, the commis-
so ordered. Standing committee
haven" in the I'l'gulill'lUunlhly
will be sioners: "hospitality time period expired as
appointments
later. -Authorized a of the 1974. Since being in operationthe of January 5 and the council financial report as ;
announced Departmentheads survey
YOUR Florida has become and submitted l h
House prepared" \
include Road Foreman property on North Walnut agreed to extend the period to)
Leon Ellington, Custodians Street for the proposed loca- noted for three things: orange Friday,. January 17, before City C'lerk Kathryn Alviirc/ .
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Herbert and Ruth Norman, tion of a new library building.The juice", coffee and "direc- :!.

County Sanitarian Jack Tra- survey had been tions. Chiles flew down from Committees'
HARD Sen.
wick Civil Defense Jerry requested by architect Robert Washington D. C. Monday Patronage II
Thompson. Gene Shaw was Taylor who is engaged in He
Jacksonville.
to' ..
also reappointed county, at- making a preliminary plan for morning Starke about 9:45 i
.
arrived In) :
construction of the library Ended By Gov. Askew I
EARNED building.A a.m. and School Supt. Jim :
Temple, a Chiles supporter,
list of zoning changes as '
Mining Rules,. recommended and approvedby hosted the senator and three Gov. Reubin Askew who their( advice or lollow; when
aides around town. Sen. Chiles
started an unprecedentedsecond given.
Bradford
the
MONEY <(
was ordered to be in- Bradford High School facultyfor Governor Tuesday, is "doinaway" Ix'en independent with his
known
developing large year
hour and visited the "
an with the traditional appointments Bacchus said.
of the
cluded in the minutes
because of various
deposits local radio station and newspaper patronage committees ol I In I the meanwhile, a
restrictions.. As other areas "loyal supporters" who help spokesman in the office of Kx-:
EARN presently producing are being Kerr-McGee ...... ..,................................ dole out political favors and Senator ('hurley K.: Johns
depleted at a rapid rate, it IhHrjullord
make recommendations for chairman of
8.06% appears that the large (From Page 1)) appointments by the Governorto County Patronage| Committee )
deposits of ore which can be North Temple Avenue, South various local boards and said ho hud received
MORE mined at a relatively low cost Crown Builders to MichaelW. 80 feet of Block 2, being all of commissions.Jim no formal notice of the action\
PER are becoming unavailable. Taber and Linda J. Taber Lots 6 and 7 and the southerly Bacchus deputy press Irom the Governor. "All we
"The high-grade central Lots 5 and 7, Block 39, Johns fraction of Lots 4 and 5, in A. secretary to Askew, said. know is what we read in the
Florida phosphate reserves Addition to Town of Starke L. Alvarez Addition to City of "The Governor knows local papers" said !\Irs. Hazel,
AT ANNUM will begin to reach depletion $23,000. Starke 6400. problems and local people (Hardy, herself) a member of
about 1990 and thereafter the Raymond Graham Moseleyand Hazel Pauline Gay to Geral- well enough now" to get along the committee
lower-grade material from Mary Teresa Moseley to dine Gay Lewis and James P. without the advice of local ad-
north Florida and elsewherewill Raymond Gary Brumbaughand Lewis, a parcel of land in visory committees. Askew's In fact, the local committeeis
be badly needed to fill the Shelley Gale Brumbaugh. Section 30-6-22 $5,000, and aim, Bacchus said is to> doing business as usual -
GUARAN "
demand, Holden said. Lot 7, Block 17, Keystone Club 14.22 acres in Section 29-6-22! broaden the range of citizensin meeting last Friday md
In addition to Holden, Kerr- Estates Unit 1 $18,000. $5,000. the 67 counties from whomhe recommending the appointment -
McGee was represented at the Arthur Michael Sexton and Dave Henderson to George seeks advice. of black educator Jesse
meeting by Ben Sowers, Ken Eddie Joyce Sexton to Ran- Mull and Naomi Mull, 4.61 The deputy denied that Moore, assistant principal of
FEDERAL Sandlin, Bill John and local dolph L. Jones, Lot 2 of Block acres located in Section 26-8-22 Askew's action stems from Bradford High School to fill
attorney George H. Pierce. 2, Pinebreeze Subdivision 5000. the fact that actions of some of the place on the Bradford
Other mining interests were 18000. The Ott Corporation to GailF. the local committees have County Hospital Board of
represented by K. B. Platt and D. A Griffis and Odessa Jensen and Lila D. Jensen, caused the Governor embar- Trustees, now held by George
Ben Moxley from DuPont and Griffis to Jerry E. Stillson and Lot 5, Block B, Seminole rassment during the past foul"years. Shuford. whose term expires
Ray Kirkland of Occidental Rebecca Stillson, Lot 29 and Ridge Unit NO.4" 5000. .' One of Askew's Duval January 31.Besides .
Chemicals who are engaged in North half of Lot 28 in Wood- Charlie R. Braswell and committee members
7.75% recently Johns and 1\1rs",,
NEW SIX YEAR phosphate mining in Columbia lawn $18,000.Amelia Ad- Sybil E. Braswell to Jimmy resigned with a public blast at Hardy, others serving on the(
County.A T Roberts Bowen and Sandra S. Bowen, the Governor, and other local committee are Guy*( "
SAVINGS CERTIFICATE proposed Bradford ministratrix, Estate of Clara a parcel of land in Southwest county groups have com- Andrews, Carl Haile, and Carl ,:
County Mineral Extractionand Letterman to R. O. Simmonsand quarter of Southeast quarterof plained that he did not ask Minx. '
Reclamation Ordinancewas Willie Mae Simmons, 8.13 Section 29-6-22! near Euclid
presented at Monday'smeeting. : acres of land In Southeast Street in Starke 4500.
[$1,000 minimum ] earns quarter of Southeast quarterof Walter A. Rhoden and Mar- Education Foundation Award
The ordinance had been Section 6-7-22 $17.500. garet J. Rhoden to R. O.

prepared following a study of Alfred C. Boree and GloriaG. Simmons, a parcel of land on Candidates Being Sought I
if
8.06% annual yield earn- several different ordinancesin Boree to Boree Decoratingand the S. R. Johns Road near
use in other counties and Painting, Inc.. four
$4,400.
Hampton -
ings are left to compound was finalized at a special work parcels, Lots 23. 24, 25 and 39 Hazel Green to Walter A. This Week By Rotary Club
session held in Bradford of Unit 6, Seminole Ridge Rhoden and Margaret J.
County on December 19. $16,000. Rhoden parcel of land on William Hood, president of lent and are between the agesof
daily for one year. Assisting the county commissioners -, Hazel Pauline Gay to the S. R. Johns Road In South- the Rotary Club of Starke,has 20 and 28.Undergraduate.
i and the Bradford Pauline Tanner'and E. west Quarter of Northeast announced that the club is
County Zoning Board in Eugene Tanner portions of quarter of Section 20-7-22 seeking young men and Scholar-
developing its provisions were Lots 5 and 6, Block 2, Highway $3,400. women in the Bradford ships, for those with a
ADDITIONAL IAVINOI INFORMATION David Jahnig, geologist with Addition to City of Starke Janice Reddish Johns, County area as candidates for minimum of two years of university -
the Urban Regional Develop- 10000. George Larry Reddish, Rotary Foundation educational level work and are the
TVMO*'AMOUNT' ANNIJMIILD'ANNYALMTI" MIN.flAM MIN.' INVUTMINTPAMMOMIAVINM ment Center at the Universityof Robert C. Barksdale to Reddish and Ida Mae 'awards for study ages of 18 to 24.
IK, .H% NONI NONI Florida; AI Csantos, water James O'Brian and Barbara George Reddish to Bobby Lee Pear abroad in 197677.
p ClftTlFlOATI CIATIPIOATIPIN"" 1,11, % (10 INN% MOAVI 1VIANCiUWCATt hydrologist, and Lester Solin, Sue O'Brian, parcel of land In son and Edna Delyne Pearson : The foundation offers four Technical Training Awardsfor !
11,011O both with the North Central Northwest quarter of South- types of educational awards: those with a secondary
.M% ',PI" IMVIAMOlftTimOATI ,, a parcel of land north of
Ff/% PIOMIAN I,, Florida Regional Planning east quarter of Section 28-6-22, SR-225 in the Southeast Graduate Fellowships, for education and at least Iwoyears'
Council. near the northeast corner of of the Northwest those who have received a working experienceand -
quarter
'WHINIAANINOIAAI ALLOWIOTO COMPOUND DAILY' Intent of the ordinance is to Call and Church Streets quarter of Section 26-5-21 bachelor's degree or equiva are the ages of 21 to 3*.<

be inclusive for all types of 10000. $3,000. ................,.u..suuu.uu.us no.
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mining operations and is not Maurice A. Lee and Betty Thomas W. Roberts and
A substantial. Intorast penalty II required forMrly .AY cmeiNTER
restricted to phosphate Mae Lee to Florida Power and Lois Roberts to Jack D. ,

withdrawal. on otrtlftoato. plans. mining, as did some of the Light Company, seven acresin Schiller and Mary Schiller, a ,
others previously consideredby the North half of Southwest parcel in the Southeast ;
the commission. quarter of Southwest quarter quarter of Northeast quarter I FROM ARM BABIES &
of Section 35+22 .- $8,600. .
Following a discussion of its 01 Section 29-6-22! $2,000. TO SCHOOL AGE
Albert A. Longchamp, Jr. '
provisions and after hearingthe Arthur Bruno to R. H. .
mining interests side of and Mary B. Longchamp to Parker and Edith F. Parker, CONSTANT CARE'f' ,

Guaranty the story, the commissioners Arthur Michael Sexton and Lots 7 and 8, Block 11, Ensey 2 BALANCED SNACKS
decided not to take any defini- Eddie Joyce Sexton Lot 2, Survey of Town of Hampton
Ftecteral tive action at Monday meeting Block 2, Pinebreeze Sub- '
: 2000. NOW OPEN 7:00 A.M. TO 43O; P.M.
.on its adoption. division $7,900. L. K. Whitehead and May
IwInM sill .Loan AwooUtion Copies! of the ordinancewere Claire M. Capps, Bell Whitehead to John W. REASONABLE RATESWE
TM frIMNVedM. CMWft. made available and will to Bob G. Ferguson, portion of Dukes and Margie F. Dukes, a
WILL WORK MOTHERS TO
Matra be subjected to further study, Lots 6 and 8 of Block 17, parcel of land In Southwest WITH SOLVE.
after which a later meetingwill Original Plat of Town .of ,quarter of Southeast quarter / :THEIR PROBLEMS .
Come by: '. saicOAINMVIUI be, held to discuss the Starke,also a one-half interest of Section 26-6-22 $1,300. ,
points which may, be objec- in the party wall which dividesthe 'T. A. Wasdin and R. M traatar,lathithtaj. Fraa \: (
396 W. Madison. St. a -.....'-- tionable. 4, building once occupied by Wasdin to Marion E. Andrews
Comments on the ordinancefrom H. V. Knight and the building and Mary Ann Andrews, a Will ..... .. ..hiredltdl /
Stark __.-.Irn- the mining interests now occupied by the Bradford parcel in Northeast corner of ,00136 i4;'
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were declined until after they County Telegraph $7,200. the West half of Southeast CHESTNUT ST. AT ASH ST. OR

:M N.MAIN MM W. UMWMITV' AV5.101 i.W.AMMO MAD had had the opportunity of David W. Jones and Janice! quarter of Northwest quarter (TOW PUMTMCA" :$ INFORMATION CALL .......e

TAWUb M W. MAOHOM KCVfTON HnOMTfeLAWraNCI M.VO. tVLVAN" WAY studying them further M. Jones to Trisack Inc., 201 of Section 29-7-21 $1,000.




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