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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 16, 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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STARKE Effects. of declining state revenues in

Florida's'tourist oriented economy reached the local level

Monday pight when Supt. Jim Temple informed the Brad- Union School

ford School Board $90,000 cut in operating funds is in the

r waw offing;over the next five months.It .
means the school board will have to cut back by three

percent funds it already' has budgeted. State operating

funds coming; to the Bradford school system this year are Spending Cut

r.some:; $3.3 million. The total operating budget is $4.49 ,I-

million including all sources, including local advalorem

taxes Instructional salaries total almost $3 million. I

Board Member Arthur Gaskins was named by Chairman By $195,000 i

Rodney, Hall to work with Supt. Jim Temple and the ,,/

school staff to find places to cut the budget, and report -- -
back to the board LAKE BUTLER The of a reduction of students in
..4r a"0 Union County school systemhas those programs $72,000 of the
Meamvhile a moratoriumhas In other. action Monday been notified that school loss in revenue was attributed
been placed on all spen- night, the school board: revenues will be $195,000 less to an error in calculation

!1tMr ding at i the School Board's -Refused to pay Mrs. Joan than planned for in their made by the State Department
> + instruction Monday night, Hurst current operating budget. of Education and a third
Supt. Temple's execu-
unless' the expenditure is I.
4. V' approved Supt. Temple. tive secretary, $50 per month Supt. Jimmy Cason told the item was for $31,000 as the '"
by increase in for Union result of a statewide cutback
Temple said he would notifyall salary keeping County School Board '
In funds
minutes at the board's night Tuesday, January 14, that
Ancient Landmark Leaves departments Tuesday meetings. Chairman Rodney' $92,000 in revenue would not "Fortunately, a. substantial
,RaifordRAIFORD morning to stop spending."It .
behooves Hall made' the request and be received for the county's portion of the loss can be
us to move Supt. Temple recommendedit made up from our $140,000()()()
; exceptional child and
A Raiford landmark the old The Seaboard started with great haste to cut reserve fund brought over
longstanding depot a phase-out program on freight ship- but the board failed to vocational programs because
building, that has perhaps outlived the record of it's beginningswas ments from some of their smaller operations, with Raiford being spending between now and second Member Art Holiday's from last year," Cason said.
raised from it's ancient foundation to make a final departurefrom assigned to the Starke local Agency. Daily trips to Raiford are June 3q because we" will not motion to grant the request. "Other cutbacks that art-
the site on which it has stood for so many years.In made from Starke by a mobile van with a driving freight agent to get those dollars, Temple Mrs. Hurst is the highest being recommended is a
an effort to determine the age of the structure, evidently handle the paper work on freight shipments. said,' meaning the state to"the will paid secretary in the school reduction of legal expenses for

older than anyone in Raiford, all who were asked said, "It was As a result of the change in the method of handling freight ship- county not seed those funds system at $7,600. She said she LawteyVoting $6,000; Eliminating a
here when I "And of those old-timers to Raiforda Vocational Director shared
came. some came had put in 160 hours at night
the railroad had further
ments no need for it's Raiford depot Latest report is that state-
with
Bradford County $4.00(1.
long time ago. board meetings and Hall ;
( building. wide j tax revenues will be
Eliminating terminal
Mrs. E. W Thompkins, in writing a historical background of The depot was donated to the Town of Raiford in September, some, $300 million short. That requested either time off or retirement for teachers
Raiford for Union County's 50 year celebration published in 1971 1974. meant a statewide reductionin pay for the work.The board'sattitude pay
$2,500 delaying constructionof
said the first railroad built in Raiford was for the Cummer The city council immediately put the old structure up for bids school funds of some $220 was that her a ;warehouse for main-
Lumber before.the,tumjnfthe. .and.sold It November 21 for $351( to Robert Faulkner of Jacksonville executive, position .includes' ,
''ii. Company. : .c Jacksonville fracs miBTti,;bf :3.3 percent c ,the'* !- ** ">r .. I tenance.and supplies $n: .(MHK.
later the original railroad was taken over by the and The council stipulated that the building should be removed fund 'appropriated for universities that extra duty., ; \
,> Southwestern and its terminal run from Jacksonville ending in within 45 days or by January 5, 1975 in order to make way for Rai-/ community .=:Witnessed the graduation iieginsJan. tennis delayinggymnasium court land'
lighting nom
Newberry. In 1901 the Jacksonville and Southwestern was ford's new municipal building to be constructed just north of the. colleges, and public schools.In of 14 receiving adult high The total cutbacks Irom (host>:
acquired by the Atlantic Coast Line railroad The depot buildingwas old depot site. comparison to Bradford, school diplomas through the items
budget
perhaps constructed sometime after 1901, but the exact yearis At the Raiford council meeting held Monday January 6, with Alachua County faces a deficitof vo-tech school: Diana Irene $42,500 and when added amount to to
unknown. the old building still in place, an extension of time was granted some $600,000 in budgeted Aspinwall, Cathy E. Barton, our
,
of SMO.WHl( ill makeup
A few years ago the Atlantic Coast Line merged with the Sea-. until January 17. Faulkner, well ahead of his new deadline, funds,and Union County some Blanche Buchholtz, BerniceSee 2O reserves \\ <
$182,500 of the* $l r.
board and is presently known as the Seaboard Coastline Railroad. removed the building from Raiford on Thursday,January 9.. $31,000. ( Page 16)) reduction in tund"." C.ixon> (Hill

said.
Absentee voting in the

Old Bradford Courthouse To Be ListedIn January Lawtey 28 special will start election Monday of I tire PUII',1111Special.

Jan. 20, and close Monday,
Jan. 27, according to City Vote
Clerk Lucille Shuford Absentee -,,
ballots may be obtained -

from 1 at to the 3 Lawtey p.m. City Monday hall Set InHampton
Of Historic SitesThe
National Register: through Friday, Mrs. Shuford .
,said but the office will be

'-" closed on Saturday

old Bradford County Register of Historic Sites, the widening or relocation of a funds for use in restorationwork. Bicentennial project and an recently inspecting the The special election was
courthouse, built in 1902 at a blue book of the nation's Federal highway. The application has been filed for building have declared it to be called to fill the in the
cost of $10,000, and cultural properties deemed National Registry listing also The old courthouse has also matching funds to repair and structurally sound, due to the seat held by vacancy former coun-
irreplaceable today at any worthy of preservation. makes the old courthouse been approved by the Brad- stabilize the exterior of the high quality materials used in cilman Pete Smith. Smith was HAMPTON A special y
has been accepted for Announcement of approvalof eligible for Federal, as well as ford County Bicentennial building to prevent future its construction, and few re-elected in the regular election will be' hold in
fisting on the National the old courthouse for this State grants of matching Committee as its major deterioration. Architects major repairs are needed. December 3 Lawtey election Hampton in the .next lew
distinguished honor made months the
was on appointing city
the fact that he died
x : Imw this week by the Division of despite a clerk and marshall! and extending
week before the date.

Lie iIaNmrtert + Archives Records, Management History and, Unauthorized Auditing Bill Paid His the re-election Lawtey, due voting Concerned to supportof term of office the elected to two nuivor's years.

of
Department State, The Hampton city council
Citizens Committee created
Tallahassee. a
0 approved placing the three
Acceptance :of the old unique political situation, issues on the ballot at its
I, courthouse followed an forcing a special election to be Tuesday night meeting. An
filed last fall by application the- Board held, and giving the CCC an ordinance will be prepared b>' 1.
After Much
Bradford County Historical Questioning By opportunity of their to choice enter to a candidate Attorney Dudley Hardy and
Board of carryon
Trustees after presented to the council at its
RUMMAGESALE' their battle the
months of" against
by Hasp. Aux research of old county painstaking records STARKE He went throughthe "You've gotten a little figures, but nothing like what I've always done," proposed Lawtey municipal February must be advertised meeting.and Then a dale it

s..Jan. 11 and photographs to document ceiling, came down, and subtle about it, Jim, Instead of $7,000." Tucker said. water system.In set for an election.
1:30 AM1PMCorners. the structure significance in zoomed upward again whenhe trying to work something "Maybe I need to eat half Hall suggested the board the January 27 election The council Tuesday night
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Walnut, the history of the county and received accountant NeilTucker's out," Tucker said. the goat because I didn't come pay the $3,500 budgeted and' John F. Robertson will carry received a letter of
W. Madison Sts.BAKESALE $7,000 bill for audit- review the other $3,500 atMonday' the anti-water banner, while
this area of Florida. The ing the Internal and cafeteria Tucker told the board he to the school board, Tucker session. resignation from Marshall
James Waters the
Trustees obtained title to the offered. "Had the board been man
I accounts of the Bradford was not ashamed of the bill he Temple said the school defeated by Smith on Dennis (Buddy) Roark
from the Bradford of the Idon't
building apprised problem Mayor Charles Williamson
school system, Supt. Jim presented, pointing out he had
have system the money to pay December 3, will continue his
County School Board more believe I'd been Mike to fill
appointed Peeples
Temple told the School Board designed a bookkeeping Tucker, and it would be his of the water
support project.
than a year ago, and plan to Monday night.Tucker's system for the food service here tonight. recommendation to the out the year's term and the
loam. Sat. pay
by unto Women convert the 72-year-old bill, approved 3-2 accounts when purchasingwas "Had the thing have been $7,000 "reluctantly, of course The reorganization meetingof council approved the appoint -
a. Club House structure into a county after a long discussion, was centralized in December.He clean I wouldn't have had any ." the Lawtey Council will be ment"
museum, art center( and twice the $3,500 the board had cited "a lot of problems" in problem with it," the accountant ,She had no doubt that held. on February 3, after a Clerk Shirley Forsyth is
community meeting house.. authorized last July 29 Chair the food service accounts, but added. Tucker used the Tucker had done the work one month postponement to currently serving as an op-
The National Register is man Rodney Hall and Board asked the board to allow him entire budgeted amount on the he'd billed the school boardfor await the election of a new pointed official after the city
PARTY NIGHT described as "a list of Member Arthur Gaskins to delay a detailed explanation -, food service program on adding "I think we've councilman on January 28. clerk elected last September
distinction, identifying for the opposed paying the entire until 6pm. Monday whenhe which, he spent some 326 learned lesson, resigned the office.
Sat., 5:30 a or maybe A
p.m special of the,
American people those meeting The issue of an appointive
is due to
$7,000. Payment was approved present his finding hours.'Another 259 hours was we're indoctrinating
Elks Lodge people council will be held at mon marshall! the
properties worthy of was on Hampton
motion Mrs. to the board in special '' the internal
on a by a spent 'auditing now, that the board is the bids
February 11 to
ballot last
for their historic open on election
preservation Pat Spengler with the supportof meeting. accounts of each county ,governing body of the school the September
value. Congress called for proposed $414,000 water and was decisively defeated
J. T, Parrish and .Art Tucker freely admitted he school. system," Board Member Pat '
such a list in the Historic Holliday. "made a mistake" In notapproaching system. 74-56. It is thought, however,
stated
Spengler speaking for
RECEPTION'Chrl.ll.n Preservation Act of 1966, Mrs; Spengler pointed out the board whenhe "Well, it places this boardin the first time on the subject. that if a special election is
Church which gave the U.S.Secretary an untenable position," said held. without candidates to;
the board is the governing found he was going to haveto "1 the board is
Fellowship Hall of the Interior authorization to exceed the Chairman Rodney Hall. hope never Union HighReaccredited take sides, the issue of appointive
body of the school system, and $3,500 budget to placed in such an awkward ,
"expand and maintain a said she "hopes the board will get the job done. Tucker said position again," Mrs. officials may receive
HonoringRev. national register of districts never be placed in such an he had approached Supt. Supt. Temple asked that the stated." a more objective
Spengler Tuesday
C Mrs Don Staten '
The council also
sites structuresand
buildings, awkward position again." accounts be gone over "in Both Tucker and
Temple
objects significant in with night approved In a 3-2 vote
the The
Temple problem, and detail, said Tucker.
Tucker said .he had discussed knew they couldn't go above LAKE BUTLER Supt.
Sunday, 2-4 P.M. American acceptance of the Southern
history, architecture Temple replied that the work accountant in answer to ..
the extra work with $1,000, Board Member Arthur Cason announced
Public Invited and Jimmy Standard Code for
Building
archeology had
to be done. Tucker said he Hall's question, said he'd
culture." Supt. Temple but admitted he remembers discussing no gotten in touch with Temple Gaskins said at that have ,Tuesday, 'January 14, .that' the city to be enforced by the.
should have the Tucker admits he should of the
The National is approached notification re- Office at fee
Register dollar figure with Temple. immediately,when he'd used Zoning a :
I board about the problem."That's come before the board, accreditation of Union County'High County
with The code
published biennially Temple said he remembered his alloted hours up on the per year. was
BHS Wrestler pertinent Information about an astronomical discussing a "couple of cafeteria accounts. "This is Gaskins pointed out, referringto School had .been approved for a year, with a
-vaPalatka- each property. The first figure far beyond my ability to Tucker's offered compro- received review of .the,operation set
South edition, prepared by the calculate" Temple said, mise on the bill. According to a report after that. _
Friday 7p.m. National Park Service In 1969, adding that he'd had no Rahn Named To Housing Authority "I agree completely with received by Cason and Mrs Frances Wadsworth &
BHSOymQHjr contained over 1,000 entries. It comment until then in the Mr. Gaskins," Supt. Templesaid. Principal: Jim .Tylk. ''the ,and Mrs.. Evelyn Vaughan

1 Is" expected that the old lengthy discussion because, LAKE BUTLER % T. H. Function of the housing Southern Association of voted against the building t
e 'Cis. courthouse will be Tucker had given a "substan... Mrs. Spengler then movedto .Colleges and Schools approved ,
I : listed in the, Rahn of Raiford has' been authority la to initiate low-cost code and Hank LoU and Buck r
next available lasue. tially correct" version of his appointed to a two year termon housing projects for the pay the entire$7,000. Board I the re-accreditation of Dennison for It. Chairman Ted i'
(Community In addition to the honor talks with Temple about the the Union County Housing county and to supervise those Member J, T, Parrish union High"' at their., annual Curtis had to break the tie and
&tat i,Sank' Inclusion on the NationalRegister auditing overrun. But Temple Authority of Lake Butler, already. constructed, Rahn seconded the motion on Chair meeting held In Dallas.Texas voted for the code.' :J:
has certain tangible emphasized he is aware that said._ man Hall's second request fora on December 9. Plans were,accepted for a 0 "
Ac- benefit Buildings so listed board policy limits the super Rahn replaces former .' second..Spengler, Parrish, ,"Union County High Schoolwas new fire house. The city will :
-hasrwar p are protected from encroachment intendent's' spending over member of the board Charles I. and Holliday voted to pay the listed M all clear with no advertise for bids on material,,
!_.o.-olt 1_ Cerp. by any Federally- $1,000 without bids and board Harrison, who now resides in Rahn'aterm began this $7,000. Gaskins and Hall voted major or minor deficiencies,"- .for the new buildiJlt 14 10 MxtF *
financed project t. such aa the approval. Jacksonville month, January 19VS. against. Cason said. to city ball: I. .---f'\, R,
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I United Jan Ritch In Marriage-Steve' Tilley Dec. 27 Given Stork Shower For [;k/64.ide; PI fYlte :if V



Dr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Santa Fe Junior College.The Mrs. Hatcher III
Ritch of Jacksonville an- bride's only attendantwas Wool Societ fed
nounce the marriage of their her sister-in-law, Mrs. Mrs. H.M. Hatcher, III was y lorr .
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Thomas Ritch, Jr. of last -
daughter, Janice Marian, to honored at a stork shower --------- --- ---- ------ -- -
.Stephen E. Tilley, son of Mr. Charlottesville, Va. Davis Thursday night given by Mrs.
'and Mrs. William E. Tilley of Cowan of Jacksonville at- J.T. Prevatt and Mrs. Jack E. Jeanne Henley- Mary Sue Underhill.. Ronnie Tomlinson Rhoda Knowles-
Starke. tended his brother-in-law as Hazen at the home of the
'. The wedding took place best man. latter on S. Water Street. Ralph Morgan
is residing in Richard Carter Engagement Told engagement and approaching
,December 27 in St.Mark's The couple The stork theme was
of their daughter,
Lutheran Church in Orange Park. carried out in the decorations.The marriage Ronnie E. Wedding Feb. 8
to
Mary Sue,
Jacksonville.The refreshment table was Nuptials Jan. 31
of Mrs. Roy
bride Is a graduate of covered with a white cutwork p Tomlinson Tomlinson, and son the late Roy
St.Johns Country Day School cloth and' centered with a kL Mr.and Mrs. Calvin Henley + Tomlinson.Mr. Mr and Mrs: George D.
[and Emory University in Mrs. L.C. Early attendedthe stork. announce the approaching lr s Tomlinson is a 1967 Knowles, Sr of Palatka an
Atlanta where she was a funeral of her sister-in- After the honoree openedher marriage of their daughter, ,wpt L,, of Bradford High nounce the engagement and
member of A D Pi sorority.Mr. law, Mrs. Yula Rader In gifts refreshments were Jeanne, to Richard L. Carter, graduate and is currently em- approaching marriage of their
School
Tilley is a graduate of Peoria, 111. on Monday. served to the thirty guests.dC'OC'I son of Mr.and Mrs. Richard ployed by Seaboard Coastlinein daughter, Rhonda Gail, to
Bradford High School and Carter of Daytona Beach. Rt Jacksonville. Miss Un- Melvin Ralph Morgan, son of
The wedding will take place of and Mrs. Leaton U.
derhill is a 1970 graduate Mr.
Friday,Jan.31 at 8 p.m. at the Bradford High School and Morgan, Jr. of Starke.A .
home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles the
M. Schmitt, 417 S. Cherry currently: employed Extension by
cearal10evaluepacked Bradford County
SB 5 Street with a reception Service. small\ family ceremonywill

following. The wedding will be April be performed Saturday,
ppr o ,,- All friends and relatives are 26th at Madison Street Baptist Feb. 8 at the Madison Street
(8'<' invited to attend. Church at 8.00pm.: Baptist Church.
mid-winter
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14 S LE Donna Prevatt-
d Award Winning Movie
100's of ITEMS REDUCED Nominated For Academy Award
W. E. Bigham III
t, '. MW Md =:
t* 1..q.i..d rMaw a.n. r I IM! *
Will Be Married, *' Mr. and Mrs. Jack Underhill Nicholas & AlexandraOne
the
announce Night Only

ESTABLISHED 104 Westinghouse March 14 Harriet FaulknerStewart Duncan Thunday 7:30p.m.Florida January.
S..eww-u

..-vs.. \lJ: Jr.Mr.of and Starke Mr.s; announce J.T. Prevatt the, Wedding March 28 I Theatre

engagement and approaching
of Mr. and Mrs.
Duncan, son
12 CU. FT. AUTO DEFROST o Donna marriage Susan of ,their to William daughter E., Emory W. Duncan of Lawtey. Starke

2-DOOR REFRIGERATOR Bigham, III, son of Mr. and The wedding will be an
of March 28 at 8
event Friday,
Mrs. William E. Bigham Jr 4aMr Special Showing To Raise Money
(Right) of Brooker. ,L p.m. at the Pine Level Baptist

100 lb. capacity freezer Miss Prevatt is a 1974 Church with in a the reception church Toward Payment For Remodeling
Auto. defrost refrigerator graduate of Bradford High following Hall.\ Starke Woman's Club.
Wide & deep door shelve' School and is now attending Fellowship\
White, Avocado, Harvest Gold Santa Fe Community College.Mr. All friends and relatives are ',
to attend.
invited
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Bigham is a 1973 Sponsored By
Regular ________$259.95 graduate of Bradford High
Trade-in up to ____$ 31.07 ployed School and with is F'orida)' r Junior Woman's Club

Hydrocarbons.The RUMMAGE SALE
A* Low With wedding wi1be\ an The Bradford County "Nicholas and Alexandra" is a historical epic of
Ac $22888 Trad event of March 14 at the First Hospital Auxiliary is planning Russian Czar Nicholas' romance with Alexandra
Baptist Church of Starke. another Rummage Sale became Nicholas'. mistress, wife and Czarina of
Saturday from 8:30: a.m. to 1 Russia.
p.m.at the corner of S. Walnut
Fantasy Program and W. Madison Streets, For Advanced Reservations:
having been rained out last Phone 94.1652,964-6017
O o Presented ToJuniorWomen Saturday. Tickets Will Be Sold At Door
and Mrs. Harry p. All members are asked to As Long As Available.
43BR Faulkner of Slarke announce bring contributions, markedfor Adults U, Students$1.50
14 CU. FT. "NO FROST" the engagement of their size and price, to Stumps Children Under 12, $1.00
daughter, Harriet, to Stewart Store by Thursday.
X REFRIGERATOR FREEZER The Junior Woman's Club of
Starke introduced to .
was a
(Left)
myriad of stimuli Mast
Separate temperature control Tuesday night as Dr; Tom
131 Ib. capacity freezer Anderson and Dr. Bill\ Lennonled V
O Full-width crisper the Junior girls .in. .a V
WhIt., Copper, Avocado, Harvest Gold Microlab fantasy. ,

Regular ________...$329.95 Dr. Lennon and Dr. '.Anderson i i.E

Trade-in up to _._.$ 41.07 Bradford-Union, psychologist County of ,,the .. .... .... .,... lor .:
.. ,::..:;. ,.., /"d"
.
Guidance Clinic in Statute, -.1" I' :
\I' Allow At $28888 Trade .answered questions from fie :. :. .... .. . "
members the
LIBERAL TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE concerning
NO program and different func- ..
For Your Old Refrigerator. tions of the Clinic. ,
Trade-in Must be less Than 10 EXTRA After the Microlab session,
Year Old and In Acceptable CHARGE Mrs.Jerry Wilson,hostess for
Working Condition. FOR the evening, invited club
COlOR members and guests for
refreshments in the Sunroom.

19.3 CU. FT. NO FROST" Super The Junior Show Club Time is Thursday planninga

REFRIGERATOR FREEZER night Jan. 23, at the Florida

Completely frost free (Right) Theatre. The movie to be
7 day meat keeper shown is "Nicholas and .
Separate temp control. Alexandra"; tickets are .
White, Avocado, Harvest Gold available from all club
members.
Regular _________.$439.95 Thursday, Jan. 16, the club
Trade-in up to ____$ 51.07As will have a Baby Sitting Clinic
for interested girls in Starke.
Law With New members voted into
A* $38888 Trade 45DR the club were Miss Judy f
Whitehead and Mrs Glen
,6xi'J, tBu cA r' '
Hicks. av a ; ,
) Westinghouse '' ?
c@:

) George Canova
S d'rV ri 1Cf{ a I
-- 30" DELUXE ELECTRIC RANGE
c with continuous clean oven Gives Talk On
I (left) ,
.Auto tO minute timing center Honduros At I Se"'J
4 s sa
70'
Infinite. heat surface unit

iIi; 111 I White controls, Avocado, Club MeetingGeorge h'F '

ii l Harvest Gold ,
Canova spoke on his
"tIi -- $26995 trip to Honduras at the
a
regular luncheon-meeting of
Even let WMi Trade the Woman's Club of Starke on
i' 42DY Wednesday, Jan. 8.
l'' WONT .
30"DELUXE PYROLITIC Mr Canova went to Tekoa
ELECTRIC RANGE LOAD CONVERTABLE Honduras with a group of menlo
with self cleaning oven DISHWASHER Portable set up a hospital which had

(Left) or Bwiltn (Above) been Wallace donated to the by Salvation Governor

Timed appliance Rinse and detergent After the
Army. hospital was F t tr41VV
WME outlet casters set up the Salvation Army will
Auto 60 minute On continue with all other phasesof
timing center White, Avocado or operation.
White, Avocado Harvest Gold Mrs. Eugene Tanner
Harvest Gold presided over the business
.von Lad. $24 9 95 Even Las meeting. The club agreed to
IiFE $32995 With : With Trad donate the Beautification

Fund which was money I IT
donated for beautification of ;
w) HOME LAUNDRY : ;
Westinghouse 23 EX US 301, to the Bicentennial V ; :
2'AW
/ Committee for its project to
____ 1 S-
restore the old Court House on'
with PERMANENT PRESS CYCLE (left) US 301.
..
-. y, 2 Speeds, 2 Cycles w/permonent _.:!!=...!r.",;. It was announced that over r
---_-----.-==-...- press cycle ,. $1300 was made on the dinner-
White Avocado, $23995 i'- theatre, "No No, Nanette"
Harvest GoldELECTRIC ',r' for the renovation of the club .j, fi *J I
t r building which was completed {
DRYER with
in 1973. The Junior Club gave I
PERMANENT PRESS CYCLE 0 $145 toward the project. !I {'"

[ n 3 position temp." (RIght' ) welcomed Mrs. L.H.as a Jennings new member.was j i I 5 3''J 4'r dN '
elector'
Twoocyd.eSafety $17995 Miss Florence Jennings asked j
for men's and women's !

White. start Avocado button, _*." Lees' clothing to be used for the j: yl
,
psychiatric unit of Alachua <
With
Harvest Gold Trade 13 General Hospital. I
II L lW"

128 S. Walnut St.. We Now Have 964-5289 ,.

The executive council of the i H

Baptist Campus Ministry for I
Chest FreezersBy the State of Florida held a
conference retreat at Lake
Morris over the weekend. I

,Among the representatives .
Kelvinator & H Point In Stock attending was Mike King '

Limited publicity chairman from the 132 EAST CALL ST. Phone
Supply \ 9645051W.I
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Lawtey Girl Is Finalist, haft''" D'ianneGaskins ThALDWIN

I Honored At Two

In Teen-Age PageantMiss Bridal PartiesMiss CHEVROLET-


Kathy Spall, 15, Richey, Florida. Dianne Gaskins,whose 5i
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Contestants will be judgedon Ihr marriage to Jimmy Brown
Walter T. Hughes of Lawtey scholastic achievement- will be an event of Feb. 7,was OLDS
has been selected as a finalist leadership, poisepersonalityand honored at two parties in the ? ,'
in the 1975 Miss Florida Teen- beauty. There is no past week.
ager Pageant, Winter Park, swimsuit or talent com The First Christian Church i I
January 25. petition.Each. Fellowship Hall was the .
The Miss Florida Teen-ager contestant will recitea setting for a bridal shower last January
Pageant is the official state 100 word "essay" on the 1 Thursday night for Miss
finals to the Miss National subject, "What's Right About Gaskins. Hostesses were Mrs.
Teen-ager Pageant to be heldin America. Edwin Williams, Mrs. Virgil
Atlanta, Georgia August, Miss Spall is being sponsored Jordan, 'Mrs. Fred Brown,
1975. Miss Spall is a by Billy Myrick of the Lawtey girl Kathy Is Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton Mrs.
sophomore at Bradford High Starke Jaycees. finalist In the Miss Spall Florida a Homer Hart, Mrs. John A.
School. Teen-age Beauty Reddish, Mrs. Fred Dobbins, The Ballet Petite from Gainesville performs on Bradford
There will be contestants Pageant..LJiJyoa..ktaw. Mrs. Gerald Griffis, Miss High stage during the Mini-Arts Festival here Sunday after- NMI Sale
from all over the state competing Betty Jane Morgan, Mrs. DOCIII.
for the title of Miss Mr.and Mrs. Charles Fieldsof Mansel Ayers, Mrs. Charles
Florida Teen-ager. The Jacksonville were last ; : Zipperer, Mrs. Pierce Crews
reigning Miss National Teen- Friday visitors of Mrs. J.H. and Mrs. Otis McKinney.
ager is Lisa Lyon, New Port Fields.Needlepoint Mrs Brown greeted the
..... Mrs. James V. Crosby
;. Wednesday guests at the door and
''I underwent surgery
rr in the Florida presented them to the
Hospital. receiving line composed of the ik''
Regional
honoree, her mother, Mrs.
Classes Miss Joy Andrews com- Wayne Douglas and Mrs. Carl : .
pleted her internship last Brown, mother of the groom- '
Thursday as dental assistant. elect. 1"
Mrs. Griffis invited the
Beginners,,and ,Advanced She left Saturday for In-
dependence, Mo. for a two guests to the refreshmenttable
weeks visit 'with friends and which was covered witha
white linen cloth and cen- !
relatives. When she returns USEDGARS
Starting January 20thFor she will be employed in tered with an arrangement of a !d \ f'1 I,
Jacksonville by Dr.'Howard red and white carnations; At
end of the table ,
Schneider one was a
Pedodontist
silver candelabra with white .
dentist. ,
Information and Registration tapers and at the other end
Mrs. George Flynn, Sr. was a silver coffee service. Our Loss- Your Gain! !

Call ,64-6300 964-5149 returned Monday after undergoing Serving coffee were Mrs.
and Mrs. .
Ayers Zipperer.Mrs. i
surgery on her hand
last Jordan and Mrs. Hart
Wednesday !in Riverside
presided at the punch table.
Hospital.)

3M jWk' Grider Dobbins Mrs. were Reddish in charge and of Mrs.the i 1973 Olds 88 Royal r
Buddy of Fer- .
'1517 Bassenl Road nandina Beach gift table and Miss Nancy Lee r\ 4 Door Sedan. Power Steering, Brakes And Air Con-
spent the firstof }
kept the guest book. rt 'u ditioning. This Is A One Owner Car With Only 28,000
Storke. Florida the week with his parents, Miles. More? i'
Why Pay
t'' The hostesses) presented the 1'
\ 'Mr. and Mrs. R.H. Grider. I 'I
honoree with the platter to her Was
$3,495
chosenchina pattern as a No$2,995 j
memento of the occasion. I

VAN H. PRIEST rt,
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1973 Olds 88 Delta )t

On Monday night Miss Door Sedan. Power Steering. Power Brakes. Air i
Gaskins was complimented at Conditioning. Medium Green Paint With All Vinyl
a miscellaneous shower givenby Trim. Clean, One Owner, Perfect Family Car. i
Mrs. Henry Godwin and Was
$3295Now
3DaySaIeThurs. Mrs. F.W. Strickland at the $2,795
Kingsley Lake home of the
latter. Viewers sample one of 11 exhibits In art show which'
The refreshment table was cluded paintings, arts and crafts, and hand crafts.
Fri & Sat. Jan, 16, 17&18 covered with a white lace 1973 Olds Cutlass S
cloth over pale yellow linen Coupe. Power Steering, Power Brakes, Radio and
and centered with a crystal 1 Mini-Arts Festival Heater, Air Conditioning. Light Green With A Black
Vinyl Top. Check This Cutlass Out Before You
All Winter bowl holding white daisies and Buy.
All Double Knit
yellow chrysanthemums. At
Was $3rl95 Now
one end of the table was a Held At Auditorium $2,795
crystal candelabra with white ,
RemnantsR.g.2 tapers and Misses Barbara
Godwin and Gloria Strickland STARKE The Mini-Arts of purchasers was a Hampton 1973 Chevrolet
presided at the crystal punch Festival took place at the high exhibit of paintings of colorful Impala
bowl at the other end of the school auditorium Sunday birds and other animals. 4-Door Sedan Power Steering I Power Brakes,. Radio
$' 44 table. afternoon with 11 exhibits and The festival Is the first in a and Heater, Air Conditioning.38,000 One Owner Miles.
"' The twenty-five invited more viewers than expected, series to be held this spring in Would. ..Make. A ,Fine Family- Sedan. ..
t'I_,"Yd. < included Mrs. according to Bernice Batem communities of Northcentral I
t guests Wayne
... .. .89-$ Was.$3rt95. Now 2,495
... 0#.' _.. Douglas, mother of the n. coordinator of Community j Florida. 'They are nmade'possible ,
honoree, and Mrs. Carl Education which spon- by a grant from the _. ., j
Brown, mother of the sored the affair locally. Fine Arts Council of Florida"and '
All Winter prospective groom. The festival was sponsoredby the National Endowment 1972 Olds 98
Corsages were presented to the Santa Fe Community for the Arts. The Spring Arts
All Coats the honoree,Mrs.Douglas and College Spring Arts Festival Festival is held annually andis Town Sedan. Power Steering Power Brakes, Power
Mrs. Brown. The hostessesalso which brought. two profes- sponsored by SFCC as a Windows Power Seats Air Conditioning. Two Tone
ClothingOff gave Miss Gaskins a sional artists' displays and major community service. It Dark and Light Green, With Only 31.000 Miles. We Sold
portable mixer as a mementoof two entertainment groups. It is an art show and entertain- This Car New And It's A One Owner,
the occasion. is' the first time the arts ment festival open to the Was $ h49S Now
festival had been brought to public. This year it will be $2,995
/ Off Starke. held in downtown Gainesvillewith
> HomemakersHear Some 300 persons watchedthe the City of Gainesville,
performance of the "Hog- Cultural Commission Gaines- 1972 Olds 98
ProgramBy town Howlers" from Gainesville ville Sun and the Chamber of
who sing barbershop Commerce cooperating.MiniArts Luxury Sedan. This Fine Road,Car Is Loaded With All
BrownMiss quarter harmony.The Festivals are The Extras. Dark Blue Paint With/ A Black Vinyl Top.
Knitting Kathy striped suits and bow scheduled for Keystone Only 33.000 One Owner Miles.
Polyester Thread ties worn by the four brought Heights, Micanopy Waldo, Was.3695 Now $3,195
Kathy Brown back old memories to many of and Hawthorne.
presented a program on the persons listening.The Local entrants were: Bob
250 Yd Spools Worsted pattern alterations at the audience was also en- Stearn, oil and water colors; I
Starke Homemakers meeting tertained by the dancing skills W. Fontaine, hand painting; 1972 Chevrolet
held last Thursday in the of the Gainesville Ballet Ethel Vance, ceramics; Chris Caprice
Agriculture Building. Petite. Williams, water colors and Estate
$ eg. r Eleven local exhibitors displayed charcoal prints; Gilbert WagonPower 1.
3fot .100 Jr. Steering, Power Brakes, Air Conditioned
Mrs. E.D. Tenly. their arts and crafts Nelson, acrylic paintings;
i." Tfjr presided over the business along with the paintings and Dorothy Epperson, acrylic (Brand New White Side Wall Tires)One Owner.Wagon
With
Lots of Miles Left
meeting. pottery of the pros. A favorite paintings; Claude Morgan

violin maker; Nate Shannon, Was.$2995 Now $2,495
- - - - - - - - - - - - - welding designs; Helene
Flemming, pottery display;
Florida State Prison inmates

DOES EVERYTHING arts Mosley and, handcrafts crafts; Doular and 1972 Chevrolet Impala

crocheting; Bradford County Custom Coupe. Soft Tan Paint With Black Interior
Library display of materialsand Power Steering Power Brakes, Air Conditioned. One
books. Owner Car. Don't Forget To See This Car Before You

Buy. .

Reception SundayFor Was.$2695 Now $2,295

t
New Christian

Church PastorRev. 1974 Ford 4X4

Fleetside Pickup

and Mrs. Don Staton V-8 Engine, 4-Speed Transmission, Factory Air
will be honored at a reception Conditioning. This 4 Wheeler Will Go And
Anywhere
Sunday from 2 to 4 p.m. in the It's Ready For You.Was.$3995.

(] [$ UU3LilI1IIl13; ,JUU ,l] First Fellowship invited Christian to Hall.attend.All Church friendsare > Now $3,595

Rev. and Mrs. Staton and

; fJ] f ; Starke two sons from have Tampa moved and are to 1973 Chevrolet 4X4

: lflfill1 residing at the Christian
,," ;,' V : 'I, Church Pastorium on W. Call Stepside Pickup .
"t'
;
.. Street. ... V-8 Engine, 4 Speed Transmission. Dark Green Paint,
r' I ---- Lots Of Life Left Here At A Fraction Of The Cost.
DID YOU KNOW That You Can

,' Enjoy comforts of Carrier ,Contra! Heating Buy With A Automatic NEW Ford White Granada Tires, WasJ$295 Now $2,450

Bumper Group, And Radio

Economical, Even Heat all Over your Home Installed $19 IE 0.0 For EGAR$3.900.00 MOTORS.At TERWILL- 'WE WILL NOT TURN DOWN

DID YOU KNOW That You Can
Quiokl Efficiently by our Trained MechanicsFORFREE.ESTIMATE Buy A NEW Ford Pinto'With
W Radio and Heater For ANY LEGITIMATE. OFFER
$2,350.00 (No. P2914)) At


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: COUNTY TELEGRAPH
Published every Thursday i
at 138 W.Call Street

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We've got auto part Applications:Being Accepted Now Teen Volunteers c/11C U JIy P.(1fdG


for foreigncars. For Rotary Club Foundation AwardsThe Offering- To Baby Sit

Rotary Club of Starke is study and since that time the of study. As a non-profit The Teenage Volunteers project.If .
seeking young men and Foundation has awardedmore organization the Rotary high school coeds who volun- interested, phone Pam Mr. and Mrs. Billy Burgin
a 1 women in the Bradford than $17,5 million for its Foundation Is supported by teer their time at the Bradford Tucker 964-6019. announce the birth of a son,
o, ; County area'as candidates for various programs and more voluntary contributions from County Hospital are offering The girls i will charge 75 William Christopher born
Rotary Foundation than 6,000 young men and Rotarians Rotary Club, and to baby sit for 75 cents per cents per hour for one child Jan. 8. Grandparents are Mr.
educational awards for study women have gone to countries friends of Rotary in 150 dif- hour during the month of and 25 cents per hour for each and Mrs. Bill Burgin of
abroad in 197677. other than their own for a year ferent countries. February as a fund raising additional child. Macclenny and Mr. and Mrs.
Further information about J,M. Allen of Starke.
is available --------
from these Harry awards Hatcher Jr., Altar Society To Have Pine Level Teens Spend Mr. and Mrs. John E.

I phone 533-2681, or Tom Slade Adams of Gainesville an-
phone 964-7411. Application Cancer Program Feb. 4 Christmas In N.C. Mountains nounce the birth of a son,
deadline is Feb. 15. Samuel Tucker born Jan. 8 in
The foundation offers four Mrs. Michael Gilhooly The next meeting is Thirty teenagers from Pine mud slide Wilds Bowl football the Alachua General Hospital
types of educational awards: presided at the St.Edward's scheduled for February 4 Level Baptist Church spent 5 game and a host of new Grandparents are Dr. and
-Graduate Fellowships for Altar Society meeting held in when it is planned to show an days at a Christian Camp games. Mrs. H.H. Adams of Starke
who have received Wilds in the Level's "Singing and Mrs. Olive
those a the parish hall on January 7. informative film on cancer for called the moun- Pine Ryder of
bachelor's degree or Altar Chairman Mrs.. the public tains of North Carolina. Teens," Cynthia Thornton Kingsley Lake.
equivalent and are betweenthe Lester Humphries, thanked Four hundred teenagerswere vocal solo and Ginger Crews --------
ages of 20 and 28. present most coming doing tumbling all enteredthe Sgt. and Mrs. Wayne Grovesof
Mrs.Walter Ramos for all her
Auto parts for foreign cars-quallty-made replacement -Undergraduate from Florida then Ohio and talent contest. Wuipahu. Hawaii announcethe
efforts in making the altars GOSPEL SING
parts for the most popular foreign cars In town. World- so Maryland. Counselors were Mrs. birth of a son, Michael
for those with a beautiful during the month of The New Congregational
world famous manufacturers suchas Scholarships Theme of the week Leonard Mrs. Jimmy born Jan.
parts are made by was on Moore Wayne 7. Grand-
of two of December. Mrs. Joseph Gissy Methodist Church (Pleasant
Maremont. Bosch Lange Boge. .and more minimum university level work years and are volunteered for altar care. in Hope), 3'-4 miles North of the book of First John. Activi- Thornton Miss Diann Moore parents are Mr. and Mrs.
ties the teens participated in Mr, Buck Murphy and Youth Edward Groves of Starke and
60 others.
than
the of 18 to 24. Starke on US 301 is featuring a
have ages Jan.Mrs. were a hike on the 810 acre Pastor Gary Wheeler. No Mr. and Mrs. E.C, Harvey of
When your foreign car needs repairs your -Technical ''Training Bob Blakewood invited Gospel Sing with The Christ
site along 2 of the four but all had a great time
garage or service station man call us for World ports.Or Awards for those with a members and friends to Ambassadors from camp snow Lawtey.
we can give you the name and address of a foreign secondary education and at participate in preparing for Homeland, Fla. on Saturday waterfalls( a big 6' ball ball) human volleyball Christmas.and ready to go again next
using a
car expert near you. least two years' working the bazaar to be held in the Jan. 25 at 7:30: p.m.DUPLICATE New AssociationFor
experience and are the ages of Spring. Mrs. Joseph Gissy
21 to 35. reported on the success of the
Y 1ouDP1rS -Awards to Teachers of the children's Christmas party BRIDGE peo ce yauJ1OW Retarded
Handicapped for those who and the teenager's New Years CLUB RESULTSEva
have been engaged as fulltime Eve dance.A report was givenon Matthewson and Jeff
Auto Parts for Imports Division of Maremont Corporation teachers of the mentally Sunland sponsorship and Wrenshall were the winning Organized In
Mrs. J.M. Barron visited Mrs.J R. Kite weekend
VOIKSWAOEN TOVOIA OATSUN OPEL VOLVO MERCEDES MS flAT TRIUMPH physically or educationally gifts; sent by members) to couple at Duplicate Bridge was
.PINTO .(ENGINE PARTS) her aunt, Mrs. Lula White in of J.C. Wallace in
RENAULT CAPRI PORSCHE > SAAB JAGUAR BMW AUDI handicapped for at least two Sunland residents at Tuesday night. Mrs. S. W. guest Mrs.
W*'r*headquarter lor Worldparts-call ul for a service expert near you years at the time of application Christmas time. Hamilton and Mrs. F. J. Shaw Gainesville Sunday. Jacksonville.K.W. 2 County EffortSTARKE
and are the ages of 25 Father James Cregan{Informed were second and Jack Burn-
to 50. members of an invitation etteand Dutch Bernhard were Mrs. Ethel Ellerbee of Douglas of Clinton
Service Co. Each award includes round- from Father Vincent third. Panama City is visiting her Miss. was weekend guest of An associationwith
Parts Haut to attend a Gainesville mother, Mrs. T.D. Dyal for Mark Crawford. The two boys the goal of building a
trip transportation, meeting for the purpose of several weeks. returned to Mississippi sheltered workshop for the
educational and living expenses
------ post-school occupation of the
raising funds to implement College on Sunday.
102 E. Brownlee St. funds for one academic for intensive year CatholiC charities: ettorts. DID YOU KNOW That You Can Mrs. Myrtle Anderson and retarded has been formed in a
and
grandson Eddie Schwab of effort of citizens from
joint
Mrs. Carmen Griffis and
Buy A NEW Ford Granada
language training if Mrs. Gladys Weldon served Gainesville returned Mr.and Mrs. Tom Stokes of both Bradford and Union
With Automatic
964-7721 White Tires, "
necessary.In refreshments during the Saturday after three weeks Jacksonville were last counties.. .
Bumper Group, And Radio
1947, the Foundation social hour following the visit with Mr. and Mrs. Edward Tuesday guests of Mr. and "It is the hope of this
For ?
2TY 15-22 of 3,90000 At TERWILL-
started its sen-
programs meeting. Schwab in Merritt Mrs. Barney McRae. association to get a shelter
ding young adults abroad for EGAR MOTORS. .I Island. Mr. and Mrs. R.E. Firth started in Starke so our
flew to Fort Pierce and at- retarded citizens will have
Mr. and Mrs. X.M. Smith tended the Aerobatic meet some place to work" states
spent Sunday with her from Wednesday, to.Sunday.Mrs. Mrs. Kessie Griffith a
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry, member of the board of
Bolden in Melrose on the Nancy Gunter directors of the new
EvcryDayLowPriccl FOOD EveryDayLowPrice Bolden's 56th wedding anniversary returned Sunday after a organization which held its
months visit with her third meeting last Thursday
t daughter Mrs.Carol Heinickeand
I Jan. 9, in the Bradford school
BEEF REGULAR GRIND Frank Glading of Coatsville family in South Hadley administrative building on
FAIR ORELECTRIC Pa. has been visiting his Mass. North Temple Avenue.
I PERK sister-in-law Mrs. Malcolm At that meeting Corine
SIRLOIN Pownall for two weeks. Corbett of Lawtey was elected
Mrs. M. A. Baldwin, Mrs. president Mary Nell Archerof
SUPERMARKETS Mr.and Mrs. Herbert Morseof Olin White Mrs. J. E. Hardy Lake Butler was elected
I STARKE COFFEEI. El Cerito, Calif. were Mrs. T. C. Hazen, Jr., Mrs. vice-president Marie Brownof
STEAKS 320 SOUTH Thursday to Monday guests of Neil Tucker and Mrs. Robert Keystone Heights as
ST. Mrs. L.N. Pickering. Barksddle visited the Flea secretary and Resale Griffith
Market in Webster and of Starke as treasurer.
I VINVDAT LOW MICIt QOOO MVCNOAVB Local admittances to Wayside Antique Shop in Named to the 20-member
tg .THRU OMT$WIIK JANUARY nitlMVflO BONUS 23 17 fJUVi* QUANTITY GOOD 1 LBBAG 39c Bradford County Hospital this Irvine on Monday.Mr. board of directors were E.W,
$158 week include: Mrs. Nina Hodges Jr., R.G. and Marie
M m pfeiutf tcatf and Mrs. R.O. Dansby
CHOICE Sanders Mrs. Jane Griffis, Brown Robert and Hilda
J ncouPOrsaw .:,'U Louis Crews. David Griffis attended the funeral of an Milner Ted Oglesby Donald
Jeff Smith Kenneth uncle, Grover Andrews in and
tI" Guinion Ressie Griffith C.F.'
__ @r hLLpNp Mrs':'Helen Myers Mrs. Helen Ozark Ala on .Sunday and, Bateman Rodney Hall Owen
Mefsereau; Mrs. Deborah also! visited, her, brother., Hoover Gill and ,Arlene
Battonv;' Mrs.' Maude' Hess" Acreal Andrews in .Dale Rosenkoff
Gladys'Sellers,
EveryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrke ,
and
Tammy Stump and Mrs., County Hospital her -T.J.:and Corine Corbett Jesse
.. .. Mattie Gresham Starke; drews mother in, Mrs.Ozark Marvin An- Moore Doyle and Mary Nell
? SMOKED John Ford and on Monday.
efiu k Mrs. Verdie: Archer Gerald Griffis Rev.
u. McDavid Melrose;' Mrs. Raymond Baer Charley
PORK E? io'oY, J L Jacqueline .Rlvers. Raiford. Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Bob White of Johnson. Fannie Riggins.
were Monday Martha Powell Morris Dobbs
STEAKS ROAST SHOULDER POTATOESLB ------ supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. and Sharon Minshew.
DID YOU KNOW That You Can Olin White.
Next meeting of the board of
Buy A NEW Ford Pinto With
directors of the Bradford-
Radio and Heater For Mr. and Mrs. George W. Union Association for
LOOSE $2.350007 (No. P2914)) At Brown visited Mr. and Mrs. Retarded
Citizens is set for
ILpMIE L.M. Stoner in Ocala
TERWILLEGAR
MOTORS. Sunday.
Feb 13, a Thursday, at 7:30:
p.m. in the Bradford school
IwryDQt.owIIrIc Grer11a1M1 whks tlerygyl rhNe Grsry0lryl I/rke Mry0 ylaYEfEla IoewM ......, administrative building. On
_lUSt ou .Atftl"HO' PYNS TAT CHUCK All Purpose -.rrrcr.-r. Thursday, March 13, there
SHOULDER GROUND SLICED RONLLUS CookingorEating FLORIDA ARBOR DAY will be a membership meeting
STEAKS BEEF' STEAKS BEEF APPLES ORANGES with anyone else invited whois
BACON [ J
interested in the future of

=_ !1S8BOvIN. 79C. Pia 99c 98La_ pea L U LS 49< ACM 4 < Is Friday January 11 retarded Membership children.dues are$5 per

Plant A Tree person $8 per family and $10
EveryOavLowPrkc | EvcryDayLowPrkc Every DaylvwPrke EveryDayLowPrke EvcryDayLowpVkc EnryDilyLowPrice onuiBuy per organization. Anyone
interested in joining send
I may
.M-.I .N.
APPLE I E?!PA P E R '" STEWED I GEBHAftDT I FLORIDA i <|H I GREEN* Fights Air Pollution Adds Beauty dues to Ressie Griffith Rt.\2,
CHILI
FLOUR Box
JUICE I TOWELS 153 Starke FL 32041 or
TOMATOES CRAPeFIUIT CABBAGE
phone 9648699. The

2/89 39 < ..H 63 3/$1 ,39 < 9( 10< organization non-sectarian.is non-profit and

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COMPARE! ":'!:w:..r UP TO ; COMPARE! O:MV "if..iSfSS; ; COMPARE! oiVYowMICIII *:':. Top Quality- Bare Root Travel CourseSet

Spare Ribs >-To.manto Lu-t.>. ** 00BHAtM OOt '0' Boneless Hams ;S .N $4" 110' Dinners =R:::u".ua, 51 .. Packaaed

Smoked Ham :ro L&V ramioN-... 7stTO' I Weiners Oscar Mayer :s: '::"- 51" .. Cooked HamSkinless auc__.... 51" .. For SeniorsA

Beef Pot Roast R3ssir: TtP Cheese Spread B.N"w aai 99t.. ; Franks sr-.: 69* ,.. Pineapple $ 289 course entitled "Arm-
chair' Travel" begins this
Meat Loaf Mix'i'E"5:.".... 89' Ta I Perch Fillets :TSXSS, --. 69* '0' I Sliced Bologna'MIITXMMM' 89tT4' PEAR ......................... afternoon (Thursday Jan. 16))

Pork Loin Chops.asi98* TI' i Orange Juice rsi 98* ,, Chipped Meats :.:' 43* '.. 3'-4' at citizens 1:30: p anyone,m. for over local 60 senior years

Beef Liver 'SSWMS69e: '0' ; Cottage Cheese "=::=- 89* e' ; Cooked Ham ', 51'1 .. DOGWOOD $ 219 of Instructors age.. will be Mr. and

............ Mrs. Baker from Hawthornewho

EveryDayLowPrke I EveryDayLowPriceSTOKELY EveryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrke Did you know that a mature Tree Produces enough sively.have The course traveled will exten be a.

Pantry PrideBLACKEYE FROZEN oxygen for a family of 4? Select a Favorite Fruit series of films and slides
Pantry about world travel with explanations
"" Nut or Shade Tree From our large Selection! provided.For .
16 oz WHOLE KERNEL FRENCH
the first meeting this
AND CREAM STYLECORN
Give nature a Helping hand: afternoon the class will be
MAYONNAISE FRIES held in the conference room in
Plant NowPLANTING !
the Bradford County school
administration building on
3/79 32oz 24oz HEEBS] North Temple Avenue. The
JAR BAGAMtlVMIM other eight 'meetings of the
nine week course will be heldin

COMPARE! ":!iir.; ::;: COMPARE OUT LO ::':. ;COMPARE! "=: + :**T* cow MANURE $22940 the the Pratt recreation Street Center building where at

Pantry Pride' Fudge r59c T. French Gr'n Beans .= 3/89/ "', J Salad Dressing --.is- 59* savu. Weed Free SterilizedSPHAGNUM Lb Bag senior the Bradford citizens County group meets of

Pantry Pride Macaroon...& 59c i I Sliced Carrots ,wr 4/l/ I. i Mashed Potatoes''."'"M.19MV- Peat $289 regularly.The class! is being offered

Iced Oatmeal 59c ER ; Mashed Potatoes ": 39c .. J Facial Tissue '....". _CY 39* *. Canadian, 2 Cu.Ft. Louse Pak through Santa Fe Community
College where
Iced Spice "es 59c T. Pork & Beans -::.- 29c .a Orange Juice :=M' 5/95 ORTHO UP-START $ 69 years 01'age.and persons over may 60

Iced Tea Mix -:'t':.- si" c.. I Cranberry Sauce .ANfTfMM' .. 3/l/ 4. i Beef Stew .-- 69c.- (promotes Healthy Root Growth, ,pt.. either lake courses creditor.free noncredit.Smoltey .charge.. ,

Flea Collar V_ 1ge 4< ; Overnite Diapers ;'' ale.n.. I Detergent =-.no::' 31/ 1 .- S.yst'

Foamy Detergent : 29c 20. I Sweet Peas "':' .. 3/9Sc/ I. | Mashed Potatoes=-.:.. n.i9 lAve a IDEAL lEI MIX 'M FORESTS

Lime Detergent .W?; :r': 48c u Pantry Pride Wipes Irs 49 '01 i Lanbrecht Pizza N.a' at 77c 1soI lie RD Add Some with all your Planting 4 NEED OUR

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Pink Detergent -IDAD 37c Pantry Pride Cups -:r& 79 201 i Apple Pie :asr --" 79- 25 Lb. Bag

Foam Cups "'::::0 59 'a Pantry Pride Cups ".:;- 69 'M Aim Toothpaste :.= 2JllAve/ .f $139 s 198 $2X011A 139 I' '

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New Billing Process. ;
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, Set By Clay ElectricUpon & MID-JANUARY H Hr


receipt of January January, 1974 the cost was
light bills Keystone residentswill figured at $2.30 and In
notice several changes January 1975,it was figured at
which will aid budget minded 1210. This figure is added to
consumers of Clay Electric' the base rate of $2682 per I
Cooperative in cutting their 1,000 kilowatts used. Pric\Bpakers
increasing electric uses. According to Marshall
In an attempt to furnish Donaldson, date processing ; f'a'mil,, eDter
more information and answer manager for Clay Electric., t ,
questions of consumers Clay the fuel-adjustment cost fluctuates '
Electric has each month and is 6 .
come up with this .- ,
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system new computerized for their some billing 50,000 determined Electric has from purchased what Clay for -gj( ) w0 L iij L {E E

customers. power,since it has no generating
The new bill, in the left hand capabilities of its own. SHOPPING' FOAMY
upper corner, will note two Clay Electric's power is U.S. 301 South CENTER Starke fla.
dates: reading date of pre derived from two main
vious and current month. It sources Florida Power and Open Mon -Wed. 9 To 8 Thurs. r Sat. 9 T6 9 Sunday 12-8
will also include the amount of Light of Miami and Florida
Prices Good Thru Sun. Jan. 19th
days between readings and Power Corporation in St. 'lie Regular or Menthol. 11 l oz.
the average kilowatt hours Petersburg.In .
nowl
used per day. On the new billing discussing the new billing Golden "T" e : eee size. Big savings
cards, there will also be a process, Donaldson stated the
designated space for service average use per day of kilo- STYROCUPS" '
call charges, which were pre- watt hours will aid the con- SAVELLE YARN 'v. 'i. rP k
viously listed under past due sumer in cutting down on his c
charges. usage if he will learn to read I
Also noted on the bill will be his meter. )
the five percent utility tax "Our biggest concern is to !
passed in September by the ,try to give the consumer information I ,
city council for city residents, and try to help them For Hot and r i :
plus the power-fuel adjust- budget their use," Donaldson Cold Drinks. ; i
ment cost for that specific concluded..
month. 51 count
January bills will show an For those who are not famil- 6-2/3 oz.Insulated. :
increase over January, 1974, iar with reading their meters r -_ : j
on account of Increased fuel the following information will "eOiirocupe 3
of be of aid: :
adjustment costs $9.80.: In / >
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; 100" orlori<>acrylic in 4 oz. h
skeins. Assorted colors to .1 P r O NINAnT 'P Golden "T" Herbal I
How To READ YOUR METER choose from. Great for afghans 41 43 J

.... .. baby clothes, crafts SKIN CAR l'
.... TMH AM TUMI.MFFnmr TIPS Mr TM lAMtT/ THIN. fOIt and much morel Pkg. ',
TIM CTCKMTI* Skein
TOW HO IT JUT IMI TM MLIM ON VOW AUTO.TM
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TO..A*TOM......If AD SACS....rOM.SISSY T.LIYT.To OiA IAOIMAI Y 1/2 Gallon Size Baby Shampoo Wash p Si=csy J
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TO an.. muni M 1 AM no.<,nra TM ACTUAL 5550550555155 TMH Q Beth Bath Oils, and {i
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7 7 3
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S4 858 Fiberglass air filters that baby

43894 KILOWATTS t- collect dust for cleaner POer

Merchants To Hear State's AttorneyState's more Ing ious units.sizes comfortable! to fit most air.,heat-Var BarStool $9 9 Ea.9 Reg. 1600 $3 0 0 +:::.


Attorney Gene Whit. problems, according to Bill
worth will address the Starke Wilson Badcock executive, i4k4 > M Association and of the Merchants 2
Merchant's on president Lqq FOR n ,
Jan.28 at 7 p.m. on credit and Association.His .
court problems faced by mer RR' j' Pants Skirts 'P''
chants in daily business., address will enable local J 8 8
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merchants to ask questionsand e ; Each
The meeting will be held in receive answers about :
the Chamber of Commerce .technicalities involved in 88 Sz. 32 to 42 $688 Reg. '898 $600 .
to
building on South Walnut credit matters according
Street in Starke. Wilson.

Whitworth will give essen- Merchants are encouragedto Mens Matching MissesStretch
information for personnel bring any of their personnel .
dealing with credit checks,or involved in sales and credit
financial transactions. Whit- matters to this meeting, Golden T 20 DuncesHEATER
worth consumer is. considered an financial expertin Wilson states.GARBAGE Work Shirts Tops

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DID YOU KNOW That You Can 3M tape and CANS tap dispensers.Staptor, 1 1500 watts. Instant heat. Fan forced.x' 14 to 17Clear $ 58 8 Slight $3 0 0 >!
Buy A NEW Ford Pinto With Columar Pads Index cards air. Features tip-over switch that I Irregular I .
Radio and Heater For
and many more) home office turns unit off instantly) if turned over.
TERWILLEGAR$2,35000 (No. P2914)MOTORS.) At and school supplies. The) Chrome safety guard. U.L. approved.

Office Shop. "" .'WY< nm?.... "'_.' ,.....'..". Plastic
}i .nS 4 NOW ONLY!

Henry Block has I. ; .t Q Shoe Decanter 31 c

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'17 reasons why 1. :
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should come to us ... MB45T tJ.f! $ 12'88 .

Family Fun Wrought Iron 99
for income tax help. EadI. Each
Limit
YahtzeeGame Furniture

Reason 8. H & R Block is a

year-round service. We do 5 Styles
s-i 47PH8A. $ 66
after 6STPGAS
not disappear Your Choice
April 15th.

FRAMs Golden'T'

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OIL FILTER LlIBULBS!

; jy 1: PH25, and PH3Q TREATMENT,
F ,,. types. Buy now and : vel e
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A dirty carburetor steals ,;.
FRAM precious gasoline. Add .,. -
STP Gas treatment today! I
12 oz. size.Etteh .
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>t. 'I' v THC INCOME TAX:,>IOPH" r 1t R8 ,able in 80,75 or 100 watts.'
1REATMENI .Four bulbs per package. '
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JANUARY 'I Feb. Hearing Set. On County Wide Fire DepartmentLAKE I

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1 BUTLER-Followinga lion Committee appointed at The commissioner's ap Action on the fire depart- In other matters at 'ihurs-
clean up of some old business the December meeting of the proval was given for the ad- ments request for financialaid day's meeting, the commissioners
1 and the approval of bills commissioners, rendered a vertisement of the recommended in the amount of$8,500 for :
from the previous administra comprehensive report of the ordinance and the the purchase of additional -Heard a report from Mrs.
iI i iI lion, the Union County commissioners committee's activities since date of February 4 was set fora equipment and supplies and Sharon Minshew,speaking fora
I went into had been into action.In s
I re- they public hearing. the installation of a communications committee on the county's
1I organizational session Thurs what had started out as a Schretzman said that the system was tabled stray dog problem Approvalwas
J White Rabbit I YIiite 1 I day, January 9, with Clerk project to provide a volunteerfire citizen's response to the until after the public hearingis given for the,-k1fi-'lion' of
Robert A. Driggers handling department for the Provi- had been excellentand
? program held in February. the proposed dog pound at the
the gavel for the occasion.D. dence area has now been that 24 members had Jerry Wilson of the Union county motor vehicle inspection
White Mice | Golditis I I E. (Skip) Woodington of expanded to include the wholeof already been enrolled as Ambulance Service reportedthat station. .
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Worthington Springs was Union County.In volunteer fire fighters. A 30 his cost estimate for the -Applications were read
1 elected chairman and Gerald order to be duly and hour training course has been construction of a 30 x 30 from Robert J. (Bobby)
Griffis, vice-chairman to legally recognized the Union started with nine members shelter had been completed.The Anderson of Raiford and
Gold Fish: serve during 1975. County Fire Department is participating and 10 more to commissioner's approvedthe James Eugene Johns of
Joseph Schretzman chair- requesting the adoption of an begin this week. expenditure of up to$1,500() Gainesville for the job of
man, and Ronald Prokop, co- ordinance as proposed by the The three hour course is on the project. The Lake county building inspector.
All Products chairman of the Fire Protec Florida Fire College..rr offered by the Lake City Fire Butler city council had pre- Clerk Robert A. Driggers said
Holiday I Iu ,soo---o------------- .------- j, ,Department on Tuesday and viously authorized the sum of that two others, Sam Wilson
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All Products DeWitt i-c.-J nesFuneral I 10 weeks. shelter. made verbal applications for
Jungle I I. On the matter of equipment Wilson's request to make the post. No action was takenon
I Prokop said they had been application for federal fundson the applications at this
Home I able to get three pieces of a 50-50 matching basis for meeting.
Owner I equipment on a loan basis the purchase of a new emergency
kUEf I from the Florida Forestry vehicle was approvedby -Declared some tables
STARKE PHONE" 964-6200' I Service with the cooperation the commissioners. Wilson chairs and one electric' typo-
Kit"tiWLI RENTAL I of Forester Jake Prevatt. One said that the older emergency writer to be of no value. The
HOSPITAL BEDS:WALKERS.WHEEL CHAIRS of the vehicles has been pro- vehicle: used for back-up equipment had been damagedby
lie CRUTCHES ,, vided by the Bradford County ambulance service, would not fire at the agricultural
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Volunteer Fire Department, qualify for service after building last September.
212 E. can&st. -a with the cooperation and January 1, 1976 because of -Appointed Dr. Robert l'.
PHONE assistance of Fire Chief Harry new regulations going into Klein of Gainesville as county
4733176soooooocd .
Green of Starke. effect at that time. medical examiner.
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ONE 44' Regular size Bar of 18-ounce
'complexion soap. I Reg. 73t
PO N D'5 Reg.394 Limit 4


? W COLD CREAM

-i.. PONDS
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VASELINE INTENSIVE 6.10Z 89,. I I I
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ONE NORMALiOILY
LIMIT
JONEREG -
1 74 YOUR
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CHOKE
Assorted colors,plastic handle. Reg.884

GILLETTETRAC ARTHRITISSTRENGTH TOILET BRUSH

Deluxe plastic handle.Asst.colors.Reg.884

II BLADES IN. DISH PAN, 12-QUART!
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Round. Assorted colored plastic; Reg.'79
5 CT LIMIT ONE Arthritis
a ar 40's WASTE BASKET,10-QUART 2

LIMIT 6 Plastic.Assorted colors. Reg. 79
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::69 ONE 7UTILITY PAIL, 12-QUART
.pour spout.R... 79 FOR


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9 OZ. REG, HOUSEHOLD I COUNSELOR

c vTO GRAY HOLD, HAflC RIGHT GUARD SPONGES, PACK OF 12 29' BATH SCALE 333]

"" t 41 Gllulose spongess.asst.colors. Reg.484 Limit I 2 I Choose from assorted decorator colors.Reg.3.99
i 4 oz.
REG. HIAVY DUTY, WOODEN I
TROUSER
LIMIT OR SKIRT
1.34 DEODORANT 5-FOOT STEP LADDER c
ONECEPACOL f 888 WOODEN HANGERS 88
I 3"sidarails, &steps. Reg. 10.99 Sets of 3 hanger*. Reg.1.39 Limit 2

BRONZE cosTcTHriiJrATTTiTsTi'r"FOLDING BY MO 3Ia "

LIMIT CAN ONE 53" Plastic seat.White CHAId.2!! colors.Reg.8.88 688 LABET.peL MAKER. Reg. 149 88 4

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i AYDS REDUCING SISAL ROPE TI LABEL TAPE 1 1I 100
MOUTHWASHyili all
CANDY Heavy duty purpo18rope. Regular 1.29 ,3/S"lnyltape.Reg.8NLlmIU

/ 1 LB 8 OZ O 0 9
J LLOYD'S SDI6ITCALCULATOR
LLOYDS 859/741
FLAVORS
:#! AM/FM
LIMIT ONE ,

: 1NEO-SYNEPHRINE POCKETRADIO '

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Jffirfi3ffi( I ppp( SHOPPING { 10.99 .81.
a CENTER { ALGEBRAIC LOGIC. FLOATING DECIMAL % KEY,
813 "AA" BATTERIES (NOT INCLUDED WITH CASE)
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I Figures Okay, UCBuys UCPO Refused Recognition- To Bargain For UC TeachersLAKE : .; ,

BUTLER-A requestfor seconded his motion that the proposed by employers teachers and in just reviewingthis mine their wishes for representation -,.';
Bulldozer For $46,879LAKE recognition as the sole bargaining group bo recognized by the directly affecting their em- list of names I can only ,"Mrs Thomas said. '% .'- ,
agent to represent board as bargaining agent. ployees.Collective bargaining account for 28 who are full The motion to recognize.'">'
Union County teachers was In the discussion period gives employees a voice In time employees," Cason said. Union County Professional ". I
BUTLER disbelief his question. suggested i after approval of denied to the Union County following the' motion Mrs. conditions that affect them. "I would suggest that the Organization as bargaining
"Something must be wrong After being assured by a the low bid, that they might Professional Organization by Pamela Thomas said that she "I see no real purpose in names be submitted to an agent was unanimously
with these figures. Of course, company spokesman that the defer purchase of the new the county school board did not wish to vote until the collective bargaining for ,independent agent to deter defeated when put to a vple. ::1-
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it. doesn't take much .arith- bid figures were correct equipment for a couple of Tuesday, January 14. .other organization had been
metic to figure out who is low read aloud, chairman as years and possibly get a few Of 79 teachers, 33 are heard from.They had a mem- - -.- - -......lIB I1FH1J8.J1Bf4Fl :l1j:
on these bids. for the old - - - - --
I just can't Woodington and his fellow thousand more members of the Union County bership of thirty, but had
hardly believe it," Chairman commissioners could hardly, dozer. Recognizing the fact Professional Organization, 30 relinquished their bargaining
Skip Woodington said after believe the windfall that had that a bird in the hand is worth are members of another group rights to the other organiza- f:'
taking a look at bids opened at occurred and two in the bush the com- called Union County Teachers .
Thursday's, January 9, an award quickly for purchaseof approved missioners abided the' Organization,with 16 teachersnot .tion.The new statute, effective NOTICE H'
meeting of the Union County the new International previous decision in acceptinga being' represented by; since January 1, provides the :
Commission. bulldozer, before somebody net trade difference of either group. right of self-organization of
Woodington was referring toa changed their minds. $46,879. Mrs. Sharon Minshew, any governmental body to
disparity of $24,021 betweena The net trade-invalue offered president of the Union County form, join or assist labor
Following
a duly.a1vertlsed
low bid of $46,879 submittedby call for bids on the new pieceof by State Tractor was' Professional Organization, unions or labor organizations.The The stockholders of the Community State
the State Tractor and by DeWind act also provides that
county equipment it later $46,879; requested the School Board to I
Equipment Co. and the next developed that a trade-In Machinery $70,900 and by recognize that organization as employees may bargain collectively
low bid submitted by the value of $30,539 had been Eingpower Corp $73,841. the sole bargaining agent for with their employers Bank of Starke, Starke, Florida, will hold their;,
DeWind Machinery Co. of allowed on the trade-in of an "Talk about our nation'seconomy the teachers of the county through representatives of
$70,900 for the board's con- old bulldozer 14 it's things like this school system in compliancewith their own choosing. Another
templated purchase of a new years ago for $26,000 purchased, $4.539more that makes" it so hard to understand new state regulations option of the statute is that annual meeting at the banking house of the,
bulldozer for the county road than the county had Woodington ad- becoming effective on employees may refrain from
department. ded. January 1. Mrs. Minshew such activity Is they so desire.
originally for
paid the
"Is there anybody here list the Collective bargaining is State Bank of Jan 24 :
equipment.The ------ provided a containing Community Starke. ',:
from the company that can commissioners hastily DID YOU KNOW That You Can names of 33 members that she defined as negotiations bet- .
confirm these figures?" accepted the low bid before Buy A NEW Ford Granada was representing, which is ween organized workers and -
Woodington asked, hopingthat somebody changed their With Automatic, White Tires, less than a majority of the their employers concerning 1975 at 7:00: P.M. ;' i
and of
what he was asking was minds. Bumper Group, And Radio county's 79 teachers. salaries wages hours
correct, but with a note of Commissioner Paul Riherd Fix $3,900.00 At TERWILL- Member Morris Dobbs employment and working con-
EGAR MOTORS. moved and Ray Crawford ditions and any measure
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Daily 99Sunday plus... ECKERD'S FAMOUS ', i GLADE SOLID

10-7 2 for 1 PHOTO OFFER :

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COLGATE .HOUSE or. Prints Kodak Film <);; THREE ( ') I
Get en extra art of prints When you pick up your ;t;,;. J :
NESCAFEINSTANT with every roll of color 'daralopwl film and print, fJI '
or Mack and whit i film; buy two roll' of Kodacolor : REG. 49"
TOOTHPASTE I ......Iopechnd printed.. or b'Hlund whit film e ,, i
TODAY AND EVERYDAY : y ,
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assortment of lovely designed jewelry "

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Hamilton BeachHANDMIXER 4' 9 KNIT FLARE PRINTS.SOLIDS.SLIGHT AND land yarn sparkle Regs T Tto T

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Hamilton BeachHOT PLATE '*

Single burner.Chrome Top.Reguler.10.99 NAILBRUSH '

Handy, FLAVOR HOUSE,
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Blue Label Dacron Pillow. Reg:329 Pack of 2. Unbreakable.Heavy duty. Rg.129 SOUTH REND 730A .[Peanuts.No sugar

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ClEAt PLASTIC C >/>-QT.' REEL c::' /' "" added.

SHOE BOXES 48 SERVING PITCHER 99j. & SUPER ROD ;' |Reg. 994system. 4 ,
PROTECTS YOUR SHOES REG. 69c Pour free, strain or keep closed. Reg. 1.59 .
COMRIHATIOH. .. WITH LIME! ,0
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PAD ft COVER SET ,99.4 I VINYL SHELF, LINING 99j$ nm 8 mm X piece Reel has fiberglass. multiple construction disc.drag .lis; ,f'

Silicone scorch resistant. Reg. 1.99 Limit 1 Asst.designs. RIg. 1.99 Limit 2 Yd,. 10-lb.Line: mono.capacity 225 .'

Reg. 15.98
ASTRO TURF -OUNCI INSULATED rVLCHER

FLOOR MAT 288 THERMAL MUGS b''IOO
I By Monsanto. 18"x24" Reg.4.49Dalsy Trim. Keeps drinks hot or cold. Reg.23 Limit 6 FLORIDA FLEX RERRLEYFISHING TACKLE


60Z.NESTLE'S CANDY BARS 2, FOI> "9" C I SCOURING P1NI-SOL. CLEANSER 2FoRy C Custom Florida LINE Fishing -w BOX

line. 6 Ib.to 80 Ib.
ASSORTED REG. 69' 14 OZ. REQ. 23c (
166 Test. "-lb.spool. ,
Reg. 2.39
ZIPPO PACK 0' 3 f Adventurer

I LIGHTER FLUID 39 C DISH CLOTH 77'4 'One Model tray No., 6 1099 compartment
10OZ.-REG. 59c 100Cotton.3 Band, Long wearing peg 994 CAR TOPROD box. Heavy
Duty plastic In Yellow
IC.ICIILlCTIIC lOX 01100 CARRIER or Green Reg.3.49

I tI".It'd' !. 16.88 1499 !1!10COFFFEE!. !! 199. IGood No.for Y82Rag 1 piece

199 ,2.99
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game. We' got down the first half. 4x Bradford High Cagers came that a lot of our points came 17. Totals 201151.
quick enough to score on Both teams scored in this back with three straight wins from the defense, says Head
\ ,' said Head Tiger Coach type of spurts in see-saw order : ( 1 last week to put their record to Bradford Basketball Coach Score By Quarters:
Thomas. and the Tigers barely endedup Wt yti 8-2 so far this season. Mike Sexton. BUS 10 12 14 18-54
: Tigers were behind on the heavy side of the, Last Friday night the BHS opened up the first Lees. 2 8 20 21-51
1 of the first quarter up fulcrum with a 33-32 edge at ; Tornadoes rolled 63-42 by quarter with a 14-10 lead then
David Banks hit a jump the end of the half. North Marion then Saturday by halftime had opened the "Our inside game, con-
\ that tied the game up 10- Brooks got hot in the third night edged Leesburg 54-51, gap to a seven point 26-19 lead. trolled by Sewell and Hodge
3:56: left in the first quarter almost completely both at home. Then Tuesday The Raiders outscored the had produced a lot of points
., Then Newberry hit carrying the Tiger's scoring. S night BHS visited Orange Tornadoes in the third quarter and their rebounding has been
I' straight baskets by Brooks scored 14 points, justin } b' oI Park and came home 59-46 18-17 but in the fourth period real good," says Head BHS
McCray, Terry Lee the third period. This along victors. BUS retaliated 16-19 for the 59- Basketball Coach Mike
three."I Marvin Buchannan. This with a tough Tiger defense The Orange Park game was 46 win. Sexton.
the Panthers in front 16.10 helped Union edge by New. the last before the District BUS: Hampton 4-O-8) Berry "Saturday night our outside
1:31: left in the period. berry 51-46 at the end of the tournament brackets were 2-0-4) Baker 6-O-12) Sewell 8-1- game showed some strength.That .
the time left Brooks hit a third period. made put together accordingto 17, Hodge 7-0-14, Aldridge 2'()- is from the shooting of
and followed that The Panthers had edged up the records of teams. The 4. Totals 29-1-59. Berry, Baker and Hampton,"
a three foot jump shot. on the Tigers to two points, 55- three wins should help BHS OP: Soloman 8-7-23, Cant- according to Sexton.
Gerry White scored on a 53 with 5:39: left in the game. land a good seed in the tournament well 3-2-8, Thies 1-0-2) Meek 4- Hodge and Sewell boostedthe
to tie the quarter up This sparked a Tiger scoring 2-10,Williams 1-0-2,Thompson Tornadoes In the North
\ i ii streak that widened the gap to Donnie Sewell led the 0-1-1. Totals 171246. Marion game with a total of 25
Tigers jumped in front .the largest of the game.. .Tornadoes in the Orange Park points, 11 by Sewell and 14 by
almost as soon as the Brooks first hit on two foul game evening his night out to BUS 14 12 17 16-59 Hodge to put the Tornadoes in
i started on two baskets shots then followed that with a 4 J. 17 points and 17 rebounds. OP 10 9 18 9-46 front 6342.
Then Newberry jump shot to put the Tigers in Teammate Sheldon Hodge fledge and Berry led in
back with three front 5953. Then Stoutmire hit followed with 14 points and 11 LEESBUHGGAME scoring with the 14 points
to take a two point 22- (See Page 9) Donnie Sewell uses his eight to block this Leesburg pass rebounds. Elva Hampton led the Tornadoes earn Hampton was next with
last Saturday night helping in the 54-51 victory. "One of the most impressive In the Leesburg game 1/6/ points. Sewell led in
i with 16 points followed by rebounding with 17 reboundsand
I Milton Baker with 14 points. Berry and Hodge each
i Wayne Berry scored 12 points made seven.
and Sewell and Hodge each "We are beginning to show a
registered six points each. balanced scoring effort, like I
a a BHS romped ahead 22-10 by felt we were capable of doing
Sports the halftime. But a close third from the' beginning," says
Sell and fourth quarters made the Sexton. "Both games were
your Tornadoes get with it to edge conference victories which
by the visiting team for the 54- puts us at 4-1 In the Big Sun."
51 win.
CCIIXIS. The Tornadoes slowed to a
12-10 lead with 2:12: left in the
first half after having a 10-2 BrownPlaysIn

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< ash prices for all U S qi'oms. fl Then Hampton and Baker, Super
got hot for a long BHS scoring
V rare rums and silver cinns | : 23 SeniorsBradford streak. Hampton lead off witha '
ri 15 footer then on the next Bowl Nine
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> transactions are in sltict < i ir '-'" score Baker stole the ball
High varsity BHS rolled 35-14 over a other team was on the goal down the court, ran to his bas-
at hank
r irujt your by special app gridders will be playing with visiting Milton team in the line," commented Hurse. ket and hit the layup. Then Starke boy and former

must spend over $ 1 (. )( )( i ( H )( ) 00'U the loss of 23 graduating first playoff.In Six foot-five Haas showed Hampton scored on another 15 Brown Bradford High gridder three Larry
seniors next year, but four the Jan. 9 issue of the tremendous improvement footer which was followed by a caught, passes,
starters will be returning on Telegraph Coach Hurse from the spring, which stretch shot by Sewell. including a touchdown pass,
offense and two on defense. commented on the offensive enabled us to play Donnie With seconds left in the first for the Pittsburg Steelers.
-, have over $200 face value in .silver ea "We have a lot Of holes to fill players.-This week he talked, Sewell at the tight end spot," half Baker sprinted down the which put the' Minnesota
with inexperienced players," about the defensive players. says Hurse. Defensively Haas court and hit a five footer Vikings out of reach in the
ceetion( | | over S')()( ) mvalue. says Head BHS Coach David Both Sheldon Hodge and led the team in'sacking the before the buzzer sounded.In Super Bowl 'IX battle last .a,
Hurse. "The success of next Dale Haas did very fine jobs quarterback.. the third quarter the Sunday.In .
t an appointment year's team will depend on a holding down the defensiveend Tackle Mark Hildreth scoring war tight and Lees- the. 16-6 win, the ,6'4
((904)) 396-5763 good off season program positions, says Coach showed steady improvementfrom burg outsr .red the Tornadoes Brown caught the three
stressing quickness and Hurse.'Hodge received a four, the spring, convinced 20-14 to dose the gap to four passes for a total of 49 yards.,
strength. '.. ", year footballscholarship at,.i.,every: one he could handle. the points,-36-30 at the end of the) 'including the four yard touch.down..toss
SOUTHERN COIN EXCHANGE: This season the rrnedoes Florida 'A&M Tor his per.' job and 'wound.up a' fine' third period. "" I from'Terry''Brad-
ended with a 10-2 record after formance during the year. defensive tackle, accordingthe Leesburg got spirited in the shaw _
i 1 1 M i i n I e A 1 1 i i l 1 1 i [ i N, 1 1 i < ) 1 1, 1 1 B, 1 1 1 1Jacksonville. 1- losing 6-0 to Ocala Forest in "He did an excellent job Hurse. last quarter and at one time "Wow, that was some game
F kinclci : '0/ the semi-finals state Class 3A playing the option and he Noseman Scott Pooser led came within three points not and Larry played just like he
< playoffs.The week before that played toughest when the the defense in tackles duringthe including the last scoring always has. He will with
season with 68. He was which ended the game with the big plays when It help
- - eighth in the Big Sun Con- his team the most," Coach
three behind 5451.
. . . / / / / /. ./ . / / / /I 1 ference in tackles. With points 3:22: left in the game Hurse said after the game.

"He has a unique ability of Leesburg had moved up 4643on Championships aren't .new
slanting off the center and the Tornadoes. Then to Brown. He played on the
:: We Furnish The Envelopes = getting in on the play. His 165 Wayne Berry hit on an impressive BUS squad when they won the
pounds anchored down the 20 footer. Hamptonthen 1966 State championship.
middle of the line with good intercepted a Leesburg Playing on'a scholarship to
You Furnish The Words strength,"says Hurse. Pooseris throw, dodged three players the University of Kansas he
i i a junior and will be a more down the court, one by a back played in the 1968 Orange
than proable starter next hand dribble, then hit right Bowl ,
year.Early. after and a perfectly set up lay Brown only played one yearof
Chandler and Dwight up to boost BHS in front 50-43 high school football, his
Barber were the two with 2:32: left in the game. senior year. He never played
Quality linebackers during the year Leesburg followed with two organized foodball before
and both are seniors. Chan- lay ups by William Hamiltonand that. "He was just a natural
Printing. dler was a three year let- Jerry Williams. Hamptonthen athlete," commented Ilurse
I terman. hit a 20 footer and Baker ':You could tell it from the
I "Chandler did a very steady followed with a lay up to end' very beginning. When he
..-. Stationary .|' job for us all year. He is hard BHS scoring. Leesburg got came to school at BHS he was
-' nosed likes it rough and two foul shots and a basket but 6'4 and 190 pounds and his
.I I usually got around the ball," still lost 54-51. agility and coordination was.
,, i I commented Coach Hurse. BUS: Hampton 8.0.16 just great."
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ppp.--- "Barber did a fine job as the Wayne Berry 6-0-12 Baker 7-0- Now Brown is still standing
Brochures I I defensive signal caller and dida 14.Sewell 3-0-6, and Hodge 3-0- 6'4 and weight 230 pounds.
1 responsible job of checking 6. Totals 27.0.54.Leesburg After his fifth year of profes-
off the calls at the line."
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23Seniors. .. ,YYII' It's Easy To Use Turn Signals
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Barber, along with Mike .' ? Now, FliP Says, ButThe Simple

Gaskins, were the team ', >\
Men EvenBradford
captains Gaskins did an \\,,. ,Safety Device Is Not Used
outstanding job at the monster'man ..' .I
spot, getting involved .. High wrestlerswon move a small lever," Colonel
TALLAHASSEE Auto
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with over 50 percent of the manufacturers nnake.it. ,Eldridge Beach, patrol
match over Ocala Vanguard easy
director states.
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runs, according to Hurse.
for drivers to when
signal
58-12 then lost one 37-27 to
"Think of the times that
"Johnny Nichols '
constant improvement showed from ;:), ,.",,', Ocala Forest last Monday turning but many people fail other drivers have made
night to their record at 2-3 r r to use this simple safety
put ,
sudden turns in front of
the first day of practiceto you
very ... so far this season.BHS's device the Florida Highway
last '" without signalling of were
the day and made a :12 # +tklli'I l Patrol you
number of big plays for us ,; Frankie Crews is still I 'I j r "Many says.motor vehicle, sitting at a side street tryingto
get into the flow of traffic
during the year, says Coach crashes caused driversnotusingtheir
by
Hurse. 't: undefeated for the year so far are when an oncoming car slowed
I while Gary Dailey, Keith turn indicators. and suddenly turned into
Tackle Clark a9 your
Jimmy is the
Kirchaine, Joe Lazenby and : r When not too many years ago, street without signalling.Then .
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only man that went both ways ... 1 iiAA drivers had to make turn signals
Tommy Edwards stay undefeated ? it was too late for to
for BHS. He' also 9rt you
played J.'l in the conference. by hand they sometimes
because of
pull out more oncoming
blocking back on offense. Y 4 tried to justify not doing it "
"Although he is in I y traffic, Col. Beach
only the Bradford faces Palatka d' because it was cold or raining
10th grade he used his 6'2 196 and the side window was states.
'lv South at home this Friday "The law requires drivers to
pound size to good advantageand rolled While this was noexcusetoday's
he has (' night starting at 7 p.m. The up. signal their intention to
a future
bright I' drivers cannot
'' matmen also had a match ': change direction of travel and
ahead of him
commented the
try to use same excuse
Wednesday night at Clay High drivers should get in the habitof
Hurse. Clark will '.
be
probably because all they have to do IsitOaaaaaaaaaaaallltll
but it was not in time for this I using turn signalsQaaaaaaaaaa

shifted next 'year.to a linebacker spot ._-, .". issue of,the Telegraph.BHS qU9 ooa eo, t : *"**aa

Jerome Reddish gained won all but three of the o DAY CARE
valuable experience this year Individual matches
against '
that will make him be a Ocala Vanguard last Thur- CENTER

standout saftey next year, sday night in Starke. Winners FROM ARM BABIES
according to Hurse.
.for BHS by pins were Frankie
"Robert Brown did a fine Elva Hampton Intercepts this Leesburg pass and scoots Crews in the 108 pound class TO SCHOOL AGE
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Job on the punt and punt down the court for a quick two points for BUS. Tommy Meng, 122 pound
CONSTANT CARE2 -
return teams, according to
class; Earl Biggs; 129 pound
Coach Hurse. "James class; Craig Buhler, 135; Gary BALANCED SNACKS
Aldridge had an outstandingyear Williams And White Dailey, 141; Joe Lazenby, 148; 9.t .t r
as the safety and corner and Scott Pooser 170 pound NOW OPEN 7:00: A.M. TO 4:3O: P.M.

back and did a good job on the class. Winners by decision and REASONABLE RATES

run and the pass." Are forefeits were Jerry Sullivan, .
Free safety David Mc- SJRJC Caeers Dan Riddick and Tommy WE WILL WORK WITH MOTHERS TO SOLVE
Millian had good range duringthe Edwards. Losses for BHS

year, and was able to PALATKA Curtis White the field and had a free throw were Wyane Scott by a pin anda THEIR PROBLEMS ((4

overlap the corners which and Abie Williams, two former percentage of 71.4. forfeit in the 158 pound class. : Greater Bethlehem FreeWill ,. .f.r
provided good protection deep basketball players at "Curtis is potentially our .
and short. Johnny Covington Bradford High School, have finest rebounder and best BHS evened the individual Baptist Church : \ '

showed improvement all year been making names for inside scoring threat," said matches by wins and losses by P _,- -- 1 964-5136 ''/
and before the season was themselves at St.Johns River Coach six and 1101 CHESTNUT ST. AT ASH ST. OR \
Chancey. "He also losing winning six. But
Sheldon Hodge tries to tip in this shot for BUS but a Lees-
over turned into a fine football
Junior Palatka. "
College, 964.8866EAIEiLE
plays good defense, the points worked out to hand blocks this shot. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL
player, according to Hurse. After five .winning games, Abie, a 6-foot-2, 180 Ibs. Forest being in front 37-27. burg booop >OOOOe>
"I thought our coaching both players have shown forward, has been averaging 8
staff did a fine job all year. promise to junior .college points and 8 rebounds per -
Defensive Line Coach Mike coach Neal Chancey. game. "However, total points
Sexton did a super job of Curtis has been averaging does not reflect his value to

preparing the defense for our 9.4 points per game with 7.6 the team," said Chancey..
opponents," says Hurse. rebounds. He is shooting an "Abie is 'Mr. Clutch' for us in
ft! Coach Denny Hansen average of 52.5 per cent from the last 3 or 4 minutes
handled the' defensive'''

secondary with a great deal of

skill, Hurse says. He understood -
: 'the problems and

related his talents to the BOIIDBRGi'

players, according to Hurse.
Bill Hughes did a tremendous
job of coaching the offensive Tt A't; I ..r'o s11te

line and made the line seem to .
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peek in tW most 'important ALL"ONE

games. Z 0 0

"The junior varsity sa Open Sundays till 6p.m. daily 9 to9
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coaches Harry Hatcher, OF THE BEST EVER MADE! "A SPELLBINDING FILM! ,

Keddy Cox and Roger Chilson, .Lot Aniilei, Tlmtl .Satlfrai.krohaml..r. wE

all made our jobs much easier .

,by completing most of our
paper work for us," says .+ ALUMINUM 't { SNAn TON r
Hurse. These Coaches did '* FOIL p; .
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most of the scouting for the ., .Af sAy1 ,S a i' 'I J
varsity during the year. 211.14 a% r
"We have ,, lot of,, ; ,n I Masoned and ready for '
'' .a young A SPECTACULAR 75 sq. h,10.33( Yd. X UM. 2 pouring pouts
i. junior varsity ,players,who 1 y 12ln.).Fine quality., ..A. .
am sure are going to mature WORLD OF owu'l pK sAV112% OMEN'S UK NYLON (

between now and next season r I OMEN'S FASHION SANDALS E LONG SLEEVE / II +,
but we are going to have to NATURE! .,4 Gaul ouA' ,Assorted*tyl Si MS 3 to 10. PULLOVERS // ?I I
work hard to build depth," .,, I IAVI l.ll '

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believe any single group has 301 S. Stark' f .
been hurt as hard as our WDMIM'S K NEK'S POLYESTER
Senior Citizen, many of whomare IIINI PANTIES s KNIT DRESS SHIRTS ._ JUNIOR

\Williams.on fixed income," said FRI & SAT 1119 JAVtl r ras 1.N sort DENIM, l.Vt JEANS Lll

The second term legislatoralso 100*nylon. C las. SMt Full button front. 1001polyester.

said, "that many times in "The Devils Triangle"PLUS S to XL.
the past problems of Senior b .Ata,11

Citizens in rural areas have POKER OR IRID6EPLAVINO 1 QUART cotton 100*brushed denim ,
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a lay up'and Brooks followed \ / -PLAYBOY MAGAZINE y YOUR CHOICE' A, DOU: nl"

with another basket and the AK. ILJltan 1 POLYESTEII'LAC. _

lead went to nine points, 62-53 -'L--'LSRI sun r.O. I..' L..' -. { d .
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averaged about two baskets to' ''t A. IW' YAA.9AIISANS c,
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-the Tiger's one and by the end 111111'/ ( FT.P.V.C. ELECTRIC RUNNER. SISS Solids plaids, fash.
of the game had moved to ; ELECTRICAL TAP* "AcaA'.O" s ion patterns. 79-42. was tav. .At save a
'within three points 6865. Color flat r.t.d.lr old cold -usaILIO'IN LINER MT MB-1 1.5 S.MMNBEM S.M ,
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"Our defense played a good O.I"XM/t PIE PANSPACHAOioP MEN'S CASUALS /II WATT MINIOATIN EAANULACNLORINI
and they did an excel-, i" dup styles. Fast drying. With"' .travel Controls growth of algas.Kills .
game, com- PLUS {.1" ROUND CARE PANS Ton and grey. SIMS 7-12. cos. Far him or her., bacteria. 7 Ibs.Oxford's .
lent job of rebounding, '
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Stoutmire 7-1-15, Brooks 11-3-, ,III 1..NIL I"..II I rauaa/r. I II a .,
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Unionizing Of City Employees Deserves / Arbor Day is upon us once childhood memory without the I

yyy I .n i' .i again this Friday, January 17. ,thought of days spent swing-
A Long, Hard LookDear I lAr.o Ing from and climbing the
An American; tradition. great oak in Grandma's back

Sir: past they have been doing the iransferred to the street TilE RIGHT kt Arbor Day began on the tree- yard. The hunter appreciates
department ANSWERGentlemen less plains of Nebraska in 1872to 'the trees as home for his big
work of electrical or garbage
an engineerand honor to the trees which buck and the hiker enjoys the
As a concerned citizen of the the city will be forced to trucks. : pay
City of Starke, I was I am writing this letter to meant so much to them as serenity that the forest pro-
hire a qualified to do work force is a
engineer If the city '
disagreeably surprised to the work. express my opinion on the a windbreaks along the edge of vides. So the next time you eat
read in the Bradford County completely unionized, as possibility of sending inmatesto t ewe, tilled lands. These people realized an orange or sit in your favo-
probably the case may be the while the need for trees and wooden rocker think
Telegraph that some of our college they are still rite ,
to pay. could "
To offset forced be
being city labor payroll 4.iy.c
wanted future to that
city employees had decided to in prison. generations about the trees give you
higher wages equivalent to raised as much as $25,000 per
them well.
appreciate as such a nice life.
use a labor union to mediatefor Miami or New York City, the year, placing the city budgeton I believe in the rehabilitation -
them. It really grieves me city will be forced to reduce its the deficit side with the end of inmates, but I do not 'in 1886 Florida citizens first Wehave Arbor Day

that our city employees could labor force, hire qualified result being higher and higher think that, sending them to observed Arbor Day. Until programs planned at9a.mat
not go to our own City Com personnel, demand eight utility rates and taxes for the college at the taxpayers' 1945 Florida had two Arbor Hampton Elementary School,' ,

mission to air their grievancesor hours work for eight hours businessmen and taxpayers of ,expense is the right answer. Days, one observed by the at 10 a.m. at Starke Elemen-

complaints.What pay, require strict record Starke. We should all take a Fine Eight-Point Buck public schools and the second tary, at 11 a.m. at Lawtey Elementary
keeping of man-hours on each long, hard look at this I have two children that by the State Federation of at 12:30:; p.m. at
a travesty of justice it job. As this move appears to situation and make every graduated from high school, Garden Clubs. During that Southside Elementary, and at
will be for these employees[ to have started in the Electrical effort to combat the both of whom were honor Among the handsomest kills of the current deer season was year the Florida Legislature 1:30: p.m. at Brooker Elemen-
find that the union has them Department, many employeesof unionizing of the city's labor students. Neither of them was this eight-point buck, which dressed out at 91 pounds. Pictured adopted the third Friday in tary. Hopefully, these pro-
qualified and classified as this department would force. I able to attend college, becauseI above are two Lawtey hunters, James Waters (left), a January as Florida's official grams sponsored by the'
general laborers when in the probably lose their jobs or bePoint -Wm. T.JacksonSr. was not financially able to member of the party and J. L. Wilkinson, who actually fired Arbor Day. Junior Woman's Club of
Citizen of Starke send them.It the fatal shot that brought the buck down in river swamp Starke will give Bradford
lands west of Lawtey. Since that time, we have
children a greater
would be unfair to other annually spent that day County
of trees and their
children like mine and would honoring our country's most appreciation

...,.. probably cause hard feelingsand renewable resource. Not only value to our society,: .
,
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disorder the in- with
view among does the tree provide us On Saturday, January 25,
mates themselves if some of County Agents By lumber to construct our the Florida Division of
the inmates are allowed to homes, and firewood for the Forestry will have their an-
attend college while still pri BobbyTaylor fireplace, but provides us with nual seedling packet sale.

I soners. Notebook paper, pencils, and even Beginning at 9 a.m. until they
perfume. Wood or some byproduct are sold out, we will be selling
Mark of Distinction Furthermore, I believe if a of wood is used in the 400 packets of trees in front of
be released from
man can manufacturing process of the Winn-Dixie Store in Brad-
prison long ,enough during a
ford Square.Each packet con-
over 5,000 products.
,
day to go to college, then he This is a busy time of year treated by a veterinarian with tains two dogwood, two sweet-
should be eligible for parole for most farmers and gar intravaneous solutions con- Trees also give us the shadewe gum, two live oak, and two red
and can pay for his schooling'himself. deners because there are taining magnesium and other desire on a torrid August cedar. The entire packet sells

many things to be done before mineral. afternoon. And what is aHOME for $1.Bradford.
-David C.Brown the seed is put into the ground. ,
Star Route Here are some suggestions
of livestock
Fla. Animals pro- for reducing the possibility of
Hampton attentionnow
ducers require more
tetany in herd.
than anytime during the Feed grass trace mineral your supple NOTESFROM

'-. WHY IS BEEF year. ments that contain magne-
SO HIGH? producers are havingto sium salts. Commercial
Crop YOUR EXTENSION HOME
To The Editor: look ahead and make pre-' mineral mixtures with higher
dictions about the economics levels of magnesium than ECONOMICS AGENT
To the People of Bradford situation later this as it normal are available for feed .
year
County and to all our United .
of increased
relates to the economic ing during periods :
States Senators and U.S. success or failure of the crop grass tetany proba- .a'I BY KATHY BROWN

?* 1 LIJ n Ind Secretary Congressmen of Agriculture and Earl to they they would think like favorably to produce., they If bility.previous In herds grass that have tetany had

Butz, I would like to direct a must then'make' financial problems, increase the sup- YOUR VIEWS NEEDED

question: for seed fertilizer plementation to about Mi to 1
arrangements ,
Currently, we in the County, and wouldbe
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In the Bradford County and other supplies ounce of MgO per cow per day Florida Cooperative Exten- happy to hear your views

Telegraph on Dec. 18 one food needed for the crop. They from late fall until spring" pastures --', sion Service,are hard at workon and relay them to us. You may
have "hardened. The
store had round steak at $1.69 must check and ready equip-
contact the following mem-
The announcement this week that the biennially with pertinent information MgO may be included in grainor a Long Range Planning
and make
per pound, save 21 cents. Now ment arrangementsfor which needs bers: Mrs. Marian Bright
Project the in-
old Bradford County courthouse had about each property. The first edition, what I am trying to find out is a fuel supply. Then should silage or fed as 10 to 15 per- volvement of all the in Mrs. Theo Dyal, Mrs.

been approved for the National Registerof prepared by the National Park Servicein why beef is so high. I am not a come the land selection and cent of a loose salt mixture. If Florida. We are attempting people to Waters, Mrs. Louise Hudson,

Historic Places is a landmark in the 1969, contained over 1,000 entries-- cattle rancher myself but I, 1 preparation for the crop. Land salt is used the, mix thoroughlyand of identify and analyze the most Mrs. Joan Mowry, Mrs.

efforts of the Bradford County Historical and the list continues to grow. Betweenthe bought two steers at the preparation should include a salt.use as only source urgent problems of the people Minnine Redding, Mrs. Allie
livestock market. One soil sample to determine lime
in Strong, Mrs. Lucile Godwin,
living Bradford County. We
Board of Trustees to this lines of this book, the discerning
and fertilizer needs for
preserve this
weighed 365 pounds and one In herds where there are want to know what the Mrs. Paul Raymond, Mrs.
structure for posterity and also convertit reader may sense the heartbeat and weighed 400 pounds and I year.. clinical cases of grass tetany, problems are, who they are Mira Williams.

to some useful purpose, such as a heritage of the United States, and it is a paid 14 cents per pound for one increase the MgO to about 2 affecting now, and what these APPLES

county museum, art center, and com- great source of pride that the 1975 edition and 15Mi cents per pound for Livestock cattlemen producers, have daily, especially 011:. per head daily and continue problems will look like in the Apples are in good supply

munity center. will carry the name and legend of the other. bores in supplemental feeding this amount for about 2 next few years whether the and delicious now! If you are

the old Bradford County courthouse; Now when the farmer feeds r ,, moving cattle from field weeks.The first 2 oz. might be problem will continue to grow, still working on your diet, an
To be included on the National these cows at from $6.50 to .to field in their rotational given in a capsule. You should or diminish, or maybe .disappear -, apple, eaten raw, is a good
r I. remove animals from pasture by the ,1980's.: ,_ )low-calorie snack or dessert.A .
.
$7.50 per bag for feed, how can 'program, and observing cows .i
Register of Historic Places means that But in addition to the honor of being or limit graze during periods'of :i 2 medium size apple contains
they make a living? shouldbe
the well-preserved old courthouse, con- listed among the historically significent during on the calving.lookout) They for health lush growth, allow access to This effort to identify your' only about 70 calories. It's

structed in 1902, and an integral part of structures of the U.S., there is another I think the Congress 'and ..problems such as pests and hay or dry pasture. You problems will help more us to effec-, plan good for you, even if you
our
Bradford benefit to listed in Senate, the President and Mr.: Pests such lice should also avoid nitrogen fer- programs aren't on a diet!
County's History, will take its very tangible being diseases. as or tilization of with such tively so that we can be of
place with other distinguished buildingsand the National Register. Such listing and Butz should do something get off their for butts the $S:worms should not be robbingthe fertilizers pastures as manure and more help to you.; You will find that apples

historic sites that have been provides the courthouse with a measureof People of the United States cow of valuable food nutrients avoid the tendency to over- that are ripe enough for eating
since high costs of What we need most is your
declared of national the protection, in that buildings and sites production fertilize with potash if will keep in your home refri-
significance by and forget all this nit-picking have forced ,many you help tell us, or a member of gerator for a week or longer.,
U. S. Secretary of the Interior and listed on the National Register are protected they are doing. ,cattlemen to have their herd have had problems. our Advisory Committees, That is if they are not eaten

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worthy of designation as National Historic from encroachment by any other Leslie PhillipsRt. 'on the lowest level of nutrition what your biggest problemsare before that time.

Landmarks.The Federal project, such as the widening Box 68 .possible. Colds,pneumonia, or MOTHERS TO MARCH ,whatever it might be. You
and/or relocation of a Federal highway.It Lawtey,FL 32058 other diseases can also be THIS SATURDAYOn may have been asked to complete If you are using apples for a
serious and lethal during this a survey form already salad, you can protect the cut
National Register of Historic also makes the courthouse eligible for time of year. this Saturday afternoon answering this question. If apples from darkening by
,
Places: records the story of our nation, Federal grants-in-aid administered CUT THOSE WHO Jan. 19, the Junior Woman's not call me at 964-6554 and mixing them with some fruit
cattlemen grazing
and comprises a roll call of tangible through the State and the National CAN AFFORD IT rye Many ryegrass and other are winter 'Club of Starke will walk for express your ideas. juice lemon, orange, grapefruit

reminders of U. S. history. It is a list of Trust for Historic Preservation. Such Dear Editor: forages now. There is one the Mothers March against The Bradford County Extension adding, or other pineapple before

distinction, identifying for the American funds may be used for restoration workon Don't be misled by the' disease or condition called birth defects.If Home Economics. ingredients.

I people those properties that are worthyof the 72-year-old building.The President's proposed tax cut grass-tetany that tends to Advisory Committee and 4-H I like to serve a fresh fruit
would be Interested
cattle in
preservation for their historic value. for middle and lower income strike nursing calves helping you, please contact Chair Committee met Monday tray cut in small pieces as
for citizens. As all know, when they graze these pas evening, January 13, to discuss .dessert or snacks and use this
approval listing in the you Linda
tures. Exact cause of the man Payne, phone 964- these Mem- technique also on bananas
Congress called for such a list in the National Register comes as the culmination most these of are the the taxes.people It is who evident pay disease is unknown although it 5363. bers on this problems.Committee well as apples. It really as

Historic Sites Act of 1935 and'the Histo- of months of tedious work in they intend to get their tax Is always associated with an ,.,.................,..,..... represent every area of works!
ric Preservation Act of 1966 which searching old records and reproducingold back from the same people by imbalance in of the blood-serum mineral
,
authorized the Secretary of the Interiorto photographs to document the claim additional taxes such as the components '
especially reduced magnesium \i'rol3 ffiV ?aa J ?13 aaaoEU I1V ?OO I IIn
"expand and maintain a national of historic significance for the old court- proposed tax on gasoline.( ", levels. Cattle stricken : : filii' :

register of districts, sites, buildings, house. All of this effort has'not been Who burns most of the gasoline with'the disease tend to go '

structures, and objects significant in repaid, and Bradford County will ? The same people who down In a hurry and will previous articles the 1. Do you resent other If the answer to any two

American history, architecture, archeology assume its rightful place with other they propose a tax cut for. usually die in a few hours if Bradford Group of Alcoholics people who try to get you to questions is "Yes", the personis
is not in the of
magnesium given Anonymous has said that stop drinking? early phases
and culture. areas that have made an important con- Let your Senators and quickly. You should have alcoholism is definitely a alcoholism. If the answer to

'National tribution to our Nation's history. Representatives know that animals showing clinical signs disease, and has been so 2. Have you said that you any four questions is "Yes",
The Register is publishedA you are not fooled by their tactics recognized by the American can stop drinking "On yourown" the person definitely has the

I nor will you stand for it.. l' Please continue to write Medical Association for many whenever you wish? disease, and should have help

I think it is time to begin a ,whatever information you years. We said that this 3. Was drinking involved in and treatment as soon as
cut in the cost of government.What have on this subject, because I disease can be treated like any way in "brushes with the possible.The .
I ; An Honor to Serve I think is the most effec- am certain it Is being read bya any other disease if it is understood law," or arrests, within the alcoholic' himself Is
and that Is the
tive way is a 10 per cent salarycut good many persons who are last year? usually the last person to
of these articles.
for the $25,000 and up .victims of this problem.E.G.S. purpose realize that he or she has a

number of responsible county citi- munity input into the program, reflect- elected government officials employees, since and this This is a deadly disease. change 4. Does when your you personality drink? Do blame problem the with alcohol. He will
withheld )
Name on request people around him
zens will soon be called upon to under ing a cross section of community in- would cost no one their Job. ( How to recognize it when we other people say you become a l his job, his family, or use ,
see it is important, treatmentis any
different ?
take the important task of serving on a terest, sentiment, and vision in the Certainly if social security WOMAN'S CLUB even more important. Last person number of excuses, which he

countywide Citizens Participation Com complex work of planning for the futureof recipients are limited to the THANKS PUBLIC week we gave many symp- 5. Does your wife, or calls reasons, for drinking. He '
mittee in connection with Phase H of the our county. amount they can earn and still toms anyone can watch for, so husband, think you drink too may have been arrested for

current land use study.A draw the money out of savings ..Dear Editor: that ,the disease can be much?? alcohol-related offenses, .
they had paid in, these higher- recognized for what it is. "dried out" by doctors,
contract has been signed for the expenditure Guidelines for formation of the com- paid public employees can The Woman's Club of Starke : 6. Have you had argumentsat hospitals? or clinics; his
of $16,343 in matching fundsto mittee that all live on $22,500 and up, much would like to publicly thank The alcoholic is the easiestto home, regardless of who family may have been brokenup.
finance Phase II- $8,800 of this stipulate races, creeds. better than the $5,000 to the many people In the help the earlier he himselfor started them over your Still, he' may deny that
and colors be represented on the committee $20,000 citizens who pay most community who made the herself can understand the drinking?: drinking has ever caused him
amount will be paid by a Federal 701 roughly in proportion to the per- of their salaries. dinner-theatre presentation true nature of his or her any problems. He will blame

grant $4,500 by Urban and Regional centage of the county's population that "No, No, Nannette", a great disease. To help him do this, 7. Do you sometimes have a anyone or anything, but not
Development Center funds at the Uni- they constitute. An effort must also be -R. D.Dampier success. The proceeds, approximately here is a test the alcoholic loss of memory, a blackout, l his drinking, '
tarke,Fla. $1,000, from this himself can take. If it is answered -' while drinking?
of Florida and $3,043 in Bradford
versity made to have section of the The alcoholic
every county play will go into the Clubbuilding honestly, the person almost always
Are
County funds.In fairly ALCOHOL ARTICLES 8. you sometimes sorry must have a rude
represented.The Fund. will know whether or not he or for the things you've said and awakening
SAID HELPFUL of some type before he
she has the disease. Each can
.
order to receive For the hours of time done while drinking? admit that drinking Is
matching funds, of many is answered "Yes"or causing
these paragraphs is to Dear Editor: question ,
purpose would like to, l him
and effort, we problems, unless he
one requirement by the State Department No. 9. Do you' drink to obtain can
advise those who asked to that .
are serve I am not sure how many thank the following cast social take a test such as this one.
of Community Affairs, which ad- they have been shown a distinct honor people read the column that is members and the productionstaff better with ease, to "get along Even then, he must have
i people' ,
ministers the state funds, is that a Citi- and to urge them to accept this responsibility written in reference to : Joyce Williams, Sylvia enough honesty to answer it

zens Participation Committee be formedto for the good of Bradford County, alcoholism. It has come to my Reddish, Dorothy Salazar, 10.' Do you sometimes drinkto truthfully '
serve as a "sounding board" for com- attention, what an important Gerald Williams, Grover overcome depression, to
both and future.atiliii
present bit of information this is to Howard, Alicia Steffa Dina 'start feeling better? 'This test has I proven ef

those people who are con- Petrella, Marian Douglas, fective' in identifying
cerned with this problem- Carolyn Canova, Marilyn 11. Have you lost time from alcoholism in thousands of

tp tQ4, necessarily the alcoholic, per Vellenga,Bobbie Sue O'Brian, work, or been fired' for alcoholics'now recovering
se. but wives, husbands, and Gene Tanner; Mona Canova drinking? from the disease.. The
4p \ any family with a member David Jordan, GerrardPetrella questions were not.made up
i who has become addicted to > ] James O'Brian and 12. Do you feel that other by the Bradford Grbup: Partof

anJWjSjN alcohol. L Janice ...ockel.We peeopleydn't understand your them came from the

o Numerous medical reports phamplet, "Is A.A. For
/ have been written on this Issue have a special thank you 13. Do you drink sometimes You? and part of them from'a
BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN MILLER. for Mr. Richard Jockel for his test
given John
because by
feel that Hopkins
the you
"OW- in reference to fact that you owe
Pubtisham alcoholism is a disease rather direction and hope he will ,-r.,sown with tluTiuil oftttnsy it to yourself! University Hospital to
Published each Thursday and entered as second daw Matter at the Post Off ice at Stark, Fla. under Act than a bad habit. Again, most consider doing a future Ik* tomnon, roetisee ,determine whether or not a.
d Mmch 3. 1879. production for the Woman'stlub. 14. Dou prefer to person Is'an alcoholic: In
people reading this column, ., l pUie HJUMM it.n tornforiira sometimes drink!
Subscription rats in trade area: M per year: 3.EO! six months. that do have the problem, will Tanner. in th. tytt ., awry, alone? either case, the questions
Outside trade are: S7 per year:.MOO six rnomr*. not admit they read it, or that Pauline President'Woman'laubolStarke IIIw...., mes. have been used in thousandsof
knowledge = 15.Do you sometimes need c cases and are valid .
Phone 964-83a5 Starto. Fla. they are gaining any -+l trick: Nary
drink to calm the
from It. shakes? ,:-O.W.M.




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January 16,1975 TELEGRAPH Page II :

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Pot Vutwty USDA To Issue New Food Stamp Series In March I
Langley Overworked, UC Decides ...

I Busted WASHINGTON, Jan. 6 .March 1, 1975. creased food stamp allotments I t
The U.S. Department of USDA's I Food and Nutrition paper shortages, and L,
To Divide Duties Hire NewMan Agriculture (USDA) will Service (I FNS) said that the increased production and
Yields 17 replace the current 50 cent, $2 larger denominations were shipping costs. I
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and $5 food stamp series witha prompted by the volume of
LAKE BUTLER An filled and handled by George evidently going on in view of decision that the board would Seventeen\ Persons, including $1, $5, and $10 series on coupons needed to ,meet In- I
Iverworked Road Superln- Langley ,for a number of the fact that three applications make lO juveniles .
were ------------ ---
i-ndonl whose duties have years. had been receivedfor Commissioner C.U. Crews taken Into> custody early ,
|xpunded over the years can Recognizing the fact that the position as Road said, with emphasis, that he Saturday n rning when four 'H 'J ;
l'expected 1lo see some reliefi one man can do only so much, Superintendent and that the was not in favor of expanding Bradford County\ deputies .
i the months ahead ac- and that his responsibilitiescan matter had never been the county's payroll under any raided a pot party in a mobile ; ,"
ini-cling I to an action by the become t..)
spread too thin, discussed in an open meetingof circumstances. home near\ Crosby Lake
ounty commissioners and the county's operationwill the board. Riherd did, Cemetery. ""oj//)
('hursday, January 9. suffer as a consequence, however recognize the fact Smoke Says Seven adults were arrestedand 1.1 891i :
George Langley, who for the commissioner's a .19'1' :
agreed to that Langley's duties were charged\ with' possessionof
ears has had additional a division of duties formerly tremendously burdensome for more than five grams of (ti9 f
lilies added to his super- required of Langley but not with FIRE NEVER 1 'if.ii.U
and went
,
one man along marijuana iri the 12:15: a.m. t
lision In maintaining the without a dissent from the agreement providing that GOES OW A rD raid. They Were\ Gardener S. f tot
lounty roads, the motor commissioner's Paul M. no appointment of additional D Bailey, 10 of Jacksonville; PUT THE BITE : IfiflJ j!
(chicle station, and VA ATION.. < Ion
lie inspection Kiherd and C.U. Crews. personnel would be made at ; ua" James Bradford<1 Griffis, 18,
upkeep of the county'sloud Kiherd objected on the this meeting. Ernest Shnoll Cowart, 19, '.mm
equipment should look grounds that applications had Riherd said that he would /c$ ''ill'' 4 Charles James Hardenbrook, rt 10H
sward lo some relief whenhe been received fora position agree with the division of the I' 18, Joey Allen Howell, 18, and .; i
commissioner's will that had not previously been position providing that the : Terry Glen Hannah, 19, all of BACK: IN l
;
mploy someone to relieve discussed in an open meetingof commissioner's serve notice Starke. 111! i
111of a burden that has the board. Crews stated that the position was open and The SeVen adults each "\yI' (Kill! !,
coven to be more than one that in view of the be made 'Ilup
economyand that other applicant's posted $258 bOnd and released .::
iian I can handle satisfactorily. the precarious financial aware of the fact so that they ,.on their tn1 11 recognizance and w nyaj
1 Applications were received position of the board that he too would have the opportunity the 10 juvtfhites\! were releasedin YOUR BUCK : ;
torn three applicants: Jack could not go along with the to apply for the the custody of their parents ; ,
I). Crawford T.S. Thomas, addition of
personnel to be position as Road Superin- Et, and placed of) the referral list. j
Jr., and Andrew M. Jones for paid from county funds. tendent, but that he thought it The search/ warrant
lie position of County Road Riherd pointed to the fact would be improper for the R Fs7 released bV the county turnedup f q :
luperintcndcnt, a position that some hanky-panky was board to make an appointment Don't lei forest fire the marijUana in excess of
to the position on poll your I five grants and other paraphernalia J a t I
short notice. .
The commissioners then
ATTENTION VETERANS
agreed that Langley's future FILING CABINETS. Type- --- [
duties would be confined to the writer stands, desks, chairs, FOR SALEi Notebooks i-riwizr t
Applications are now being taken operation of a the motor and safes. We can order them markers Memo ,&a1 ddilQ' machine envelopes and i ; '
station and
vehicle Inspection
The Office Shop. Ph.
for a new class In radio & T.V. Repair at the county's shop main- for 964-6305.you. cash Shop.reg paper.. The Office
tenance,with the appointmentof JPW&a?
Bradford-Union Area Technical Center. a county road superin- (
tendent to follow after the I

Classes will/ meet from 6:00 P.M. to 10:00 citizens were given more timeto .1PJI,
submit for the o p
applications o

n
I P.M. Monday through Thursday. This class position declared to be open. I WE TRY TO DESERVE Small 0 o o o c
Langley,who was present atThursday's Soft 0 0 c t1 t
YOUR FRIENDSHIP o
meeting, said that \
will qualify for half-time veteran benefits
j you Drink 0 0
he had always done the best I 0 o 0
[ Call 964-6150 that he could and would 0 0
? .23 continue to do so and that he .4
was willing to abide by any Operating a pharmacy Is not like' runnlnr '
Regular J
the average business. Everything: wCl offer adds
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READ EVERY WORD IF YOU LOVE YOUR HOME if you ,love TRUE BARGAINS! ;



Read every...... If yea love your...e- If you love TRUE......1... If yotl *r. a good furniture SHOPPER you will know that these known-name beauty I

SPEND !. MINUTES looking at the SALE PRICES on our floor and you'll know item<*.*a never made to sell at such LOW prices. For these are BON FIDE sale

something SHOCKING is going on. You"U know our new radically LOW PRICES price, bot "TALK" prices. We have never had so many gorgeous things to sell. Nor

don't match the HIGH QUALITY and VALUE of the items they mark. Months ago have W% ever offered so many utterly shocking great bargains. IF YOU MISS.THIS

WHEN WHOLESALE PRICES WERE SOFT when many stores, fearful of the hiEVENT*you may regret it for many years, as your neighbors glory in their fabulous buys I

hire, stopped buying we bought heavily preferring to overstock and give you the adThis i. tti* HEAL THING a warehouse sale that hits! ROCK BOTTOM. GET YOUR

vantage of a GIVEAWAY SALE if business later failed to warrant our purchases. :BusiSHAHc e>f BARGAINS and be overjoyed. Here are a few sample prices the \

ness hasn't, and now you get this terrific (probably UNIQUE) array of SUPERBARtk.id*.Kens. priced to clear today. i

GAINS at 20,30.40, 50%off. In some cases,more.




SUPER BARGAINS SAVE UP TO 50 % AND MORE r




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NOTICE entitled Court In the above PARCEL 1: One acre square on 2. Diesel Fuel No 2., ((2)) shut-off valves for individual ,with certified nonconductlve

PUBUC HEARINGA styled cause the undersigned North side of SE 1/4 of NW 1/4 3. Motor oil, Case lots In 24 adjustment of each outrigger. hose assembly and no drip quick Elizabeth Terry

United States Marshal or any of of an adjoining road lying In quart cans and 55 gallon drums. Installed behind rear wheels for disconnect fittings Mrs Walter Martin Is

PUBLIC HEARING WILL his duly authorized deputies will Section 26, Township 7 South, Motor Oil will meet API service maximum stability without hem 21. 1 Ackley No. 7H-CC CHURCH spending some time with her

,BE HELD AT THE CITY HALL. sell the property situate in Range 22 East, SAVE AND classifications DS available in counterweight hydraulic pistol grip chain saw ACTIVITIES son-in-law and daughter, Mr.

STARKE, FLORIDA MONDAY Bradford County Florida EXCEPTING THEREFROM SAE Grades 10 W thru 40 W. M. Check Valves: Safety pilot complete with hose assembly Church of God: Sunday and Mrs Kenneth Prater and

FEBRUARY 3. 1975. 5:00: P.M. described as: Portions of tots 1 Commence at the intersection of This oil is to meet requirements check valves installed on all certified non-conductive hose School 10 a.m. Worship Services of Jacksonville.

FOR THE FOLLOWINGPURPOSEREZONING and 3, Block 39 of Johns Addition the North boundary of SE 1/4 of of engines operating under hydraulic cylinders and no drip type connections 11 a.m. and 7:30: p,m. family Mr. and, Mrs. Benton Futch

FROM to the Town of Starke, NW 1/4 of Section 26, service classifications O.S. This N. Mobile Upper Boom hold- quick disconnect type YPE and Prayer Meeting of Starke visited their aunt

R-1 TO C THE FOLLOWING Bradford County, Florida; said Township 7 South. Range 22 oil is to meet requirements for down Strap: TO MEET OR EXCEED ALL Saturday at 7:30.: Miss Elizabeth Terry Satur

,LOCATIONS: portions being more particularly East Bradford County, Florida, Military specifications MIL I L- O. Maintenance Tools: OSHA REQUIREMENTSTO Faith Baptist Church : day evening.

ALL PARTIES WILL BE described as follows: Com and the Easterly right of way line 45199 for high output diesel Pressure gauge and recharging MEET OR EXCEED Radio Program over WPXE Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellanand

HEARD AT THIS TIME. mence at the Northeasterly of State Road No. 100 and run engine cranckase oil. It shall also equipment for accumulator and THESE SPECIFICATIONSCALL Starke 8 am Sunday Bible daughter, Mrs Maigie

-McCLANE.. MARTHA' comer of said Lot 1 for point of thence South 18 degrees 35 meet the manufacturer's bleeding pump for recharging School 10 am. Worship Ser- Reddish, of the State Farm

POWELL beginning and run Southerly, minutes 30 seconds East along recommendations for series 3 control lines vices 11 am. and 7:30: p.m. visited their mother Mrs. W,

286S294100701 along the Easterly boundary said right of way line, 210 feet, lubrications. p Manuals: Two ((2)) operation' FOR BIDS Prayer Meeting Wednesday H. Hall of Jacksonville

COM. AT NE COR OF SE 1/4 thereof and continuing thence North 89 degrees, 13' 4. Motor oil In case lots, 24 and maintenance manuals 7:30: p.m. Bible Study. afternoon.Mr. .

OF SE i/4 S. 328 ft TO N. R/W Southerly, along the Easterly minutes, 30 seconds East 77 feet quart cans and 55 gallon drumsto Q. Paint PrIme painted: SEALED BIDS WILL BE Grace United Methodist: Sunday. and Mrs. Paul Lock and

SR230' NW ON N. R/W 530 ft. boundary of said Lot 3, 100 feet to the point of beginning; thence meet API Service Class MM R. Hot Arm Socket: Mouldedinto RECEIVED BY THE CITY Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Wor- their Christmas

TO POB CONT. NW ON NLY. to the Southeasterly corner continue North 89 degrees 16 MS & DG available SAE Grade. exterior of basket COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF ship Services Ham, and 6:30: family vacation spent with their parents

R/W 339 TO SLY R/W- thereof; thence Westerly, along minutes 30 seconds East 133 10 W thru 40 W and meet Item 2. 1 Mounting body STARKE, FLORIDA AT THE pm. United Methodist Fel- Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lock, and

BESSENT RD. E. ON SLY R the Southerly boundary of said feet thence North 18 degrees, military specifications MILL.I Item 3. 1 Polyethylene basket CITY HALL IN STARKE. lowship, 6:30: pm. and Choir Miss Doris Taylor their

R/W358ft. S. 18 W. 115ft. TO Lot 3, 69.68 feet; thence Nor 35 minutes, 30 seconds West 38 2104A. liner FLORIDA UNTIL: O'CLOCKP.M. Practice at 7:30: p.m. Wednes- aunt. and their
and
POB. LOCATED AT INTERSECTION therly, 100)() feet to a point on the feet thence South 72 degrees, 6, ALL purpose grease oil, Hem 4. 1 Painting Omaha ., ON TUESDAY day.Friends families brothers of Hanover sisters Ind.

OF SRD 230 AND Northerly boundary of said Lot 21 minutes, 12 seconds West, grade 90 and 140, 5 gallon and Orange FEBRUARY 4,1975, AT WHICH of Rev. John Steitz Mr and Mrs. Freddie Din-

BESSENT ROAD. 1, Westerly and 69.95 feet 126.62 feet to the point of 55 gallon drums. Gear lubricate Item 5. 1 (Set) hydraulic tool TIME AND PLACE ALL BIDS will be interested to know that kins and daughter, Belh. of

distance from the Northeast beginning. must meet M I L-L 2105 lines in boom Including: RECEIVED WILL BE PUBLICLY he was transferred from
Lakeland Sunday over-
were
AL CROSBY corner thereof; thence Easterly, Specifications A. Two((2)) sets quick coupling OPENED AND READ ALOUDON Bradford County Hospital
of their
grandmother -
CHAIRMAN :, along said Northerly boundary PARCEL 2: Commence at the 6. Multi Purpose grease in plugs at personnel platform with THE FOLLOWING: Starke, to North Florida night guests Dinkins,
Mrs.Iary
STARKE ZONING BOARD 69.95 feet to point of beginning. intersection of the North 35 Ib containers and 120 Ib cut-off valve CHASSIS AND ACCESSORIES Regional Hospital Gaines- Mrs. Horace Cox
and aunts
MERRILL EDWARDS at public outcry to the highestand boundary of SE 1/4 of NW 1/4 containers.. B. One ((1)) set quick coupling ville, during the week. They and Mrs. ,Jim Burton. With
CITY CLERK1t best bidder for cash at the of Section 26 7 baseC. 1 1975 Chassis
Township 7. All No. 2 fuel and plugs at made tests to determine Horace Cox of Waldo, Mr. and
1/16 hour of 12:00: o'clock Noon on South. Range 22 East, Bradford kerosene to be supplied to the No drip type fittings installed Model F-600 cab and chassis (or whether or not heart surgerywas Mrs. Paul Dinkins of St.

February 20, 1975 at the front County, Florida and the Easterly courthouse, agriculture building equal) indicated. It was deter and Jim Burton of

entrance of the Bradford County right of way line of State Road health clinic and county jail. Hem 6. 1 Canvas basket cover GV.W. 24,000 Ibs (not less mined Friday that open heart Jacksonville Augustine they attendedthe

NOTICE Courthouse at Starke, Florida No. 100 and run thence South The successful bidder will Item 7. 2 Ring bolts for safety than) surgery was scheduled for
funeral of their aunt, Mrs.
Dated: January 10, 1975 18 degrees, 35 minutes, 30 purchase from the present belt attachments and limb topper Engin -330 cu. in., V-8190 gross Monday. Prayers have been Lomie Mosley on !Monday.Mr. .

Christine Hughes has made Mtchell A. Newberger seconds East along said right of supplier all the underground holder installed horsepower requested His mother Mrs. and Mrs. Mark Newell
United States Marshal line 210 feet to the of BODY AND ACCESSORIES Wheelbase 158" Marie of New is
Application to the Bradford way point equipment at major oil company Steitz Jersey returned to their home in
County Zoning Board for Middle District of Florida beginning thence continue pnces. : Cab to axle 84" here to stay with his wife and Ecuador alter spendingsome

South 18 degrees 35 minutes hem 8.1 Aerial service Front axle 7,000 Ibs. for weeks. Quito.
reclassification of the property The board reserves the rightto line/step capacity son a few time with their mother

described below from R1C to Ernst D. Mueller 30 seconds East along said rightof reject any or all bids. ". body suitable for Installing on Front springs 3,300 Ibs. The United Methodist !Mrs. Walter Martin and other,

EA, Assistant United States At- way line, 22 feet thence any chassis with an approximateCA capacity Women met at the church relatives.

Sec 25-5S-22E S 1/2/ of SE torney North 72 degrees 21 minutes,. GILBERTS. BROWN demension of 84" built in Rear axle 17,500 Ibs capacity, Tuesday of last week with 14 afternoon Arthur
Tuesday
Attorney for Plaintiff 12 seconds East 73.30 feet accordance with the members The
1/4 of SW 1/4 Located: adjacentto ; Clerk following 2-speed present. Green and Miss Esther:

Lawtey City Dump. 1/16 4t 2/6 thence South 89 degrees 16 1/162t 123INVITATION specifications and Including a Rear Springs 10,400 Ibs. meeting was called to order Williams of Hanover. Ind.,

This change in classification is minutes, 30 seconds West 77 walk in step: capacity by the new president Mrs. few hours with Mr
a
subject to a public hearing to be IN THE CIRCUIT COURT feet to the point of beginning. A. BODY: Constructed of Auxiliary rear springs -2,250lbe. George Roberts Sr. Mrs. Coss and spent Mrs. Paul Lock and

held on Tuesday Jan.28. 1975 at automotive high grade steel with capacity gave the devotional by asking back
their
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF
FOR BIDS family on
7:30: PM in the County Commission PARCEL 3: Commence at the hot dipped zinc alloy coating for Service brakes- vacuum booster .each member to make a Spiritual way
FLORIDA IN AND FOR home from down the Slate.
room at the Bradford Intersection of the North corrosion resistance, all-welded Dutch 13" diameter (not less New Year's Resolution
BRADFORD COUNTY Bernard Hosier of, FortPierce
County Court House at which boundary of SE 1/4 of NW 1/4 PURCHASE OF AERIAL construction: than) not only ourselves, but to help
visited his Iriemls, Mrand .
time all persons Interested shall CIVIL ACTION of Section 26, Township 7 BUCKET AND ACCESSORIES 1. 16 gauge outside panels Cooling system heavy duty (fan others. Activities for the Mrs. Les McClvllanv

be heard for or against the South Range 22 East, Bradford FORTHE 2. 18 gauge shelving & radiator) coming year were discussed
CASE NO.75-8 afternoon
proposal, as specified In the County, Rorida, and the Easterly CITY OF STARKE, FLORIDA 3. 12 gauge diamond plate Battery 70 amp. during the business session. Saturday Sincere of the

Zoning Code of Bradford right of way line of State Road steel floor Alternator 55 amp, The next meeting will be sympathy
In RE The Matter of the extended to (he
County. : No. 100 and run thence North 89 SEALED PROPOSALS will be 4. 16 gauge end panels Frame 19,20 SM held January 21 al the home of community is
Adoption of KEVIN SHANE 16 minutes 30 received by the City Clerk, City Fuel tank family of !Mrs., Ollie Orilhswho
degrees seconds 5. Heavy duty structural step tank 30 gallon Mrs. Shirley Newport.The '
John Torode, Chairman PHILLIPS East along said North Boundary of Starke Florida, until 7:00: channel subbaseB. Transmission 5 speed Dark District Superintendent passed away Sundamorning. )" \

Bradford County Zoning BoardL 210 feet to the point of P.M. (Eastern Standard >Tmne) Body Dimensions: 285-V Rev Durward McDonnell .

,M. Gaines, NOTICE OF SUIT beginning; thence continue on February 4, 1975 and publicly 1. 146" overall length Front tires 9:00: X 20, 12 ply, of Gainesville, will Brad Harper, son <01'l Kev
NO PROPERTYTO and !Mrs. John Sleitz. was'
Director North 89 degrees, 16 minutes, opened thereafter at the regular 2. 93" outside width highway treed (w/tubes) preach at the morning service ands

1t 116IN 30 seconds East along said City Commission Meeting on 3, 47" front of body height Rear tires 9:00 X 20, 12 ply, Hi- on January 19. A good atten- Saturday guest of Mr. '
: DONALD NAPIER, P.O. Mrs Hubert Priest! and
North boundary 12 feet, thence that date for purchase of the 4. 45" rear of body height Mler extra grip mud ft snow dance will be appreciated. ;
Box 8, High Springs, Florida. Lamar.Mr. .
South 14 degrees, 47 minutes following: 5. 18" compartment depth (w/tubes) Highland Baptist Church: '
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat and Mrs, Doc Bl'UIof!
East, 175.70 feet; thence North ATTACHED 6. 57" floor widthC. Cab c conventional Sunday School 9:45: a,m. Wor- '

THE CIRCUIT COURT OF an action for adoption has 18 degrees, 35 minutes, ;30: SPECIFICATIONS Compartmentation Left Directional signals, front only ship Services 11 a.m. and 6 JacksOll'llIel'n' "Friday(
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR been filed against you DONALD INSTALLED ON OWNER- guests of Mr. and Mrs. licqMcCullev
seconds East 172 feet to the Side: with steering column switch p.m. Prayer Meeting 7 p.m.
CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR NAPIER and you are required toserve point of beginning.to FURNISHED VEHICLE 1 1. First Vertical : Seven ((7)) Windshield wipers dual 2- Wednesday. and son
a of written Elder Hay Viola ol Canada
BRADFORD COUNTY copy your
fixed material hooks speed electric heater & Northslde Baptists: Sunday
CASE NO. 755. defenses, if any to it, on theplaintiff's Each bid shall be addressed to and Elder Kurt Sexton ol California -
MARIE
wife LAURA 2. Second Vertical Services
your Six ((6)) defrosterFull School 9:45: a.m. Worship '
attorney, whose name BAUGESS. as a lump sum as the City Commission City of fixed material hooks foam cushion seat 11 am.. and 7pm. were Friday overnight

IN RE: The Marriage of DORO and addres is alimony and you are required toserve Starke, Florida and marked 3. Horizontal One ((1)) plain Seat belts (pair) Prayer Meeting Wednesday, 7pm. guests of Mr, and Mm. Paul*
DUDLEY p HARDY, Esq. of Aerial Bucket andAccessories" Lock and lamily.Mrs. .
THY ALLENE SCOTT, Petitioner "Purchase
a of fixed side and .
copy your written shelf extending thru rear Right sun visor arm rest
and PRESTON JUNIOR P O. Drawer 1030 and deliveredtothe Onie Thornton (and
defenses, if any to the Petitionon /vertical compartment Paint one solid color (Omaha
SCOTT, Respondent. Starke, Florida,32091 the Petitioner's attorney office of the City Oerk, City I: 4. Rear Vertical (Top ) SCHOOLNKUS: Mrs. Pierce Crews visited
orange
and file the original with the of Starke Florida either by a their l brother and sbtl'r-inj
John H.
Jones/Don/ Peters portion incorporated into Power steering This week Lawtey Elementary -
NOTICE OF SUIT clerk of the above styled court of the Bidder who law. Mr. and Mrs. O.V t: :
*B... ... ..' .. .. whose address is Office of representative horizontal compartment) Lower F.O.B. TO BODY PLANTTO students will be participating -
,J-. i*.*** ** --i*I ?, ion or before March 3, 1975: shall obtain a receipt therefor;;?' Rivers, of Graham, on Sunday'
Oinli, University of Florida ,.portion( vacant jT MEET AND EXCEED ALL in a school testing program '
To:' Preston Junior Scott [otherwise a judgement may be College of Law Gainesville by registered mail with 'retilrnreceipt b. CompertmenratforcTRrg4'!.. OSHA REQUIREMENTS ,.,Children will be tested attcrmx -oM.l| .weekspf'
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entered for the relief Mr und K, I'ow.m.
Address Unknown against you requested.The Mrs ( .
Florida 32611 and
on or before Side: TO MEET OR EXCEED THESE in Language. Reading
demanded in the complaint or February 10, 1975 and file the City reserves the right to 1. First Vertical ''- Six ((6)) SPECIFICATIONSTHE Math skills as a part of a and Mrs. Edith' Svuniiey' olJacksonville

YOU ARE HEREBY notified petition. original with the Clerk of this waive informalities in any bid;;,to. fixed material hooks needs assessment program< 1 acre Saturday'
that an action for dissolution of WITNESS my hand and the reject any or all bids In whole or overnight guests ol I their'
Court either before service onPetitioner's 2. Second Vertical Access SAID CITY COUNCIL Results! of the tests will be ..
marriage has been filed againstyou seal of said Court on January 7, in part, with or without cause,' parents, Mr and Mrs J. .K
attorney or im- steps to cargo area RESERVES THE RIGHT TO available In about one month
and you are required toserve 1975. mediately thereafter; otherwisea and/or to accept the bids that in 3. Horizontal Two ((2)) fixed ACCEPT OR REJECT ANY OR and parents will be invited lo Robertson They tended services -'
a copy of your written its judgment will be for the best near Lake Butler 'on.
default will be entered against shelves with removable dividers ALL BIDS. discuss their child's results
defenses, if any, to it on GILBERT BROWNAs you for the relief demanded in interests of the City of Starke, on 8" centers with school officials. Sunday
RICHARD WELTY.. Attorneyfor Clerk of Said Court Florida Mr. and !Mis. v\m Harris ol'
the petition.. 4. Rear Vertical Three ((3)) CITY COMMISSION OF CITY Physical education awards
By: Beulah M. Moody ( t weekc-nd ith
Petitioner whose address Ouovc. pl.nllhl. w
is
This notice shall be published fixed shelves with removable OF STARKE this week have been given (to
114 N. Walnut Street, P. O. Box As Deputy Clerk their br91 hl'r.inIIllid!
., CITY COMMISSION OF THE
each week for
once four consecutive dividers on 4" centersE. STARKE FLORIDA Dwayne Newsom.- third
996 Starite 1/16 4t 2/6 Mr. and :Mis LonnioTeston.
sister
Florida 32091 and CITY OF STARKE FLORIDA
weeks in the Bradford Standard Features: grade: Tammy Griffis. fourth '

file the original. with the Clerk of County Telegraph newspaper, 1. Basic body fabricated By: Merrill Edwards, grade and Salacthia Jenkins '
the !Mr. and Mrs J. ( .
above Court
styled on or Merrill Edwards, BwiOhj
Starke, Florida. from cold-rolled automotivesteel City Clerk fifth grade. The fourth gradewas
before February 10, 1975, otherwise NOTICE OF WITNESS City Clerk and Mr. and Mrs. ('. A :Norm';
EXAMINATIONNotice my hand and the with hot dipped zinc alloy selected as the outstanding
a judgment may be entered seal of this Court on January 7, coating, electrically welded physical education class and lamily. of Jacksonville,
against you for the relief CITY OF STARKEP.O. spent Sunday altcrniton ilt
1975. ,
construction for the month of December.
demanded m the Petition. is hereby given pur- GILBERT S. DRAWER C oaQaoaaaPP0O!; ( their parents.; Mr and :Mrs.! ..3.P. .
BROWN 2. All doors full double-
WITNESS my hand and the suant to Chapter 16C-7, Florida STARKE, FLORIDA 32091 are Ito x'rtson.'I'hcy served\ it1Irehhmcnlf -
Oerk of the Court PKKSOVA1.SMr.
paneled, self-sealed. With built-
seal of the sad Court on the 3rd Administrative Code, Rules and during the alters
Regulations Governing Water Beulah M. Moody in drainage for maximum and Mrs H. E. Blume of
of 1975.GILBERTS.
day January. Well Contractors in Florida of As Deputy Clerk Quotation weather-tightness Steel hinge ( a Winter Haven spent Sunday

BROWNAs an examination of a Water Well 1/164t 2/6 rod extends entire length of door afternoon with their aunt. noonBROOKER
AERIAL BUCKET AND AC-
Contractor's License. The 3All doors contain flush Mrs Mary Dmkins.i. and
Oerk
of Said Court
CESSORIES SPECIFICATION type single locks with cousins.. !Mrs. Horace Cox: and J
point
By: Dorothy Moore examination will be given at the NOTICE OF SALE By William Haas
following times dates recessed handles including ,Mrs. Jim Burton. IN BRIEFBy
and
Deputy Clerk hem; 1.1 Aerial bucket installed Service: Officer
and John Holmes
locations to all qualified J.R. keyed locks and two stage Mr. Mrs.
1194t 1/30 applicants Kelly. Tax Collector over rear axle built in ac- stickers This is income tax time and and family moved to Chief-
whose applications are Bradford County Florida On the Veteran's Service Office is
cordance with the
following Jeannette
4. land on Sunday to be near PrescottSCIIOOLMCUS
welded
received in the offices of the January 31, 1975 Heavy-gauge,
beginning at passing on information that
specifications:
IN THE Department of Natural steel base construction with their relatives. Mr. and Mrs W
CIRCUIT 12:00
COURT O'clock
: Noon
at the A. Ground to bottom'of may help you in preparingyour :
and Mr. and
tread floor Jim Newsom
Resources safety
EIGHTH Division of Interior
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF County Courthouse in Starke platform height: 48' at 12' from income tax statements.In The next PTA meeting will
5. All either !Mrs. Jack Kuhne and family.
rolled
Resources, Tallahassee edges or
FLORIDA less
IN AND FOR not Florida, under the of
authority general, veterans benefits
be
centerline of rotationB. Tuesday. Jan. 21.
than folded for and !Mrs. C. H. Crews spent the
two days strength safety
BRADFORD COUNTY prior to the
Chapter 197
Laws of Florida
examination dates. will Working height: 53' 6. Door header drip rail at are exempt from taxation week with her son-in-law and The School Advisory

sell at Public Auction: equip- C. Rotation: 360 degrees top, for maximum weather and need not be reported as daughter. !Mr. and !Mrs Committee met Tuesday. Jan,
CIVIL ACTION
ment used and belonging to continuous shear ball income. Interest on government 7. with the following member
PAMELA ANN TIDWELL 1:00: P.M.. Tuesday, January 21, "The Long Home Restaurant"returned protection Tommy Clayton and son. of
life insurance dividendsleft
D. Upper boom: Fiberglass : Betty (laves
1975, Board Room of the Southwest 7. Tailgate 6" high Jacksonville. While there they
Plaintiff vs GENE EASTON Margaret
by James
M.
Carlton on deposit of credit with D Jane-
TIDWELL Defendant. Florida Water Management for reinforced plastic, full length of 8. Bottom of horizontal visited other relatives and 'al. Mary
1973 unpaid Tangible Taxes boom actuated the Veterans Administrationis Green. Susan
by hydraulic Virginia Crews
of friends in St. Augustine.
District, Brooksville, Florida and Russell compartment left side ex They
NOTICE S. Crews for 1974 cylinder and double acting cable tends through rear vertical an exception Since this brought her home' Sunday. Scott and Fred Johns.
OF SUIT
Unpaid Tangible Taxes interest is considered Income Items the
10:00 linkage. Fiberglass section 18-6" afternoon. on agenda inr
NO PROPERTYTo : AM. Wednesday, Dated this January 10, 1975. from stub to compartment it must be reported. Dividends eluded I
January 22, 1975, Central & long tipE. 9. Through shelf full Mr. and Mrs Arlie Dobbs : Exceptional
Lower boom: Fabricated and proceeds from government Education.. Guidance and .
Southern 16" isited their brother. Clarence
Gene Easton Tidwell Florida Flood Control J.R. length wide extending v
Tax
Kelly. Collector
reinforced steelF. life insurance policiesare Career. Education and Adult
264156316 District, ,Annex Conference Bradford through all compartments Dobbs of Sanderson. Thursday -' :
County, Florida1t
Pedestal base: Rectangular exempt from federal Education. .
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901 10. Steel roll allernoon,
Hq. Co. HOSVBN Room Evernia Street West 1/16 crown fenders
,
Palm Beach Florida reinforced steelG. 11. Steel treated for extra income tax. but. proceeds are Earl: Denmark of Jacksonville The next Advisory Meetingwill I
Paris Island
S.
C. 29905 II
YOU ARE Platform: Single fiberglass good primer bond and rust subject to federal estate tax. was a dinner guest of his be held Tuesday. t'eb.14. II I
HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat INVITATION TO BID reinforced plastic bucket, 2-man Compensation pension.. GI und everyone is I invited to I
an action for Dissolution of 10:00: A.M,, Thursday January resistance mother Mrs Lois Carter, on
capacity.. 48"long X 24" wide X Bill and other educational attend
I
23 1975 12. Automotive Saturday.Mr. .
has Council of Governments undersea!
Marriage been filed
againstyou THE BOARD OF
and you are required to Office 3rd Floor COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS 42" high inside with fiberglass applied to body assistance including subsistence : and !Mrs Phil Eunice of An Arbor Day program is ,

Courthouse OF control guard on LH side and 13. Prime coated payments vocational Graham and I heir brother scheduled lor 10:45 2
serve a of Annex Daytona : Friday,
copy written BRADFORD
your COUNTY WILL rehabilitation trainees'
,
defenses, if any to it, on the Beach, Florida RECEIVE SEALED BIDS TO BE fiberglass sheave guard Totally Item 9. 1 Mounting body other are Arthur !Melton of Waldo were with I the public invited to 8
enclosed No major tax
( side ) among
openings of their : !Mr. There
plaintiff's attorney whose hem. 101 Painting body (Omaha guests parents attend. will be u
name OPENED FEBRUARY
3
1975 H. Hydraulic System dosed exempt Veterans Administration -
and address George H. Pierce 10:00: A.M.. Friday. January 24, AT 10:00: A.M. FOR THE center accumulator : with Orange) benefits. and :Mrs Harold Eunice. planning day on Friday. Jan. j J

Esquire, P. O. Drawer 1030, 1975, Room 203 Pennington PAINTING OF THE type Item 11. 1 Hotstick compartment Also IIIser'lce Monday night. Another guest, 24. A
Combination
takeoff and exempt are grants
Building. 115 Bloxham power built in body was Tom Norman of !Mac-1\ v
Street opening
Starke Florida, 32091 and file AGRICULTURE BUILDING ON disabled veterans eligible
hydraulic, included suction -
pump I.
Tallahassee Florida from Including: deny on Thursday PKR8ONI.S:
the original with the clerk of the NORTH :301.) SPECIFICATIONSFOR rear. for
filter, strainer and xuno Ml- specially adapted .:Mrs. Fulch of Black- d
It 1/16 A. Access door Joyce Mr and Mrs Zedra
above styled court before "
on or THIS JOB MAY BE cronic homes and and clothing
filter. System operated at B. Two (2) cars shear. Ga.. called her sis
( ) hotstick brackets on Hamilton' and their
February 3, 1975; otherwise a PICKED UP AT THE CLERK'SOFFICE 1200PSII. allowances for those whose son. t'dl

Judgment may be entered IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT IN THE COURTHOUSE. I. Controls: Hydraulic actuated hem 12 1 Heavy duty combination prosthetic devices tend to ter. Miss Elizabeth Terry. Tommy are visiting Seeber diF
(
bumper and with Sunday afternoon. Edwards in and
COURT OF FLORIDAIN step Tampa
against you for the relief out
"DEAD MAN" wear or tear their cloth-
demanded In the complaint or AND FOR BRADFORD GILBERT BROWN "3D" system recess for printle hook. Installed Mr. and Mrs.. Hermie Kelly Charlie Edwards ho is still in ,-
petition. COUNTYIN single handle hydraulic Item 13: 1 Treadplate Installedon "If spent Thursday with Mr. and the hospital in Bradenton//
Clerk remote control self- :you need more details or
system,
Mrs Jack Estes of Brunswick
WITNESS hand top of body compartments They haven't returned homeas
my and the 1/162t 1/23 centering and self-compensRting help on any services availableto
seal. of said Court on January 7, RE: The Marriage of isolated MISCELLANEOUS ACCESSORIES veterans of Bradford Ga. of this writing. /<, I
electrically from
base of !Mr., and Mrs.\ Jerry Vogler CM.
: )
Stallings
A. O., 1975. CARL EDWARD BAUGESS. stopPed 1)'y
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County contact the Service
i Husband INVITATION TO BID tower,conventional3-handle. Item 14. 1 Light and reflectors 'and girls of :New' Smyrna for a short visit with Mrs. Eva
Office in the
Gilbert S. BrownA. and of ground controls that will' m accordance with FMVSS No. Courthouse, Beach spent Sunday with Harrell on his way horn to

Clerk of said Court MARIE LAURA BAUGESS THE BOARD OF COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS ore ide "DEAD platform MAN"controls in- 108 lighting package Starke._ The office is all 'day their parent Mr. and Mrs.. Sanford after spending the -

Donna duding actuatorbutton Item 15. 1 Accumulock with open Doc: Mosley, holidays with relatives in
By: M. Branson OF
Monday and until noon'on
Wife.Civil installed in control (head 12:00: Mr and Mrs. Jack
As Deputy Clerk Action BRADFORD COUNTY WILL assemblyJ. alarm warning devise Installed Wednesday of each week. Rogersof Gainesville.

1/94t 1130UNITED Case No. 75-6 RECEIVE SEALED BIDS TO BE Throttle Control hem 16. 1 Cab protector for Phone 9645634. Plant City were Tuesday Sympathy is extended to the

OPENED AT 10:00: A.M. ON actuated for : Hydraulic protection from falling objects guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl family of John Hodge nativeof

NOTICE OF ACTION ." MONDAY FEBRUARY 3, 1975 truck engine hem 17. 1 Heavy duty pintle 111 Old Prevatt. Brooker who died Thursday
(FULLY 7vnwt.
STATES DISTRICT TO: CARL EDWARD IN THE COUNTY COM- AUTOMATIC. hook with chassis reinforcementand Miss Elizabeth Terry was a Jan 9, at his home in A

: COURT MIDDLE DISTRICT OF BAUGESS MISSIONERS ROOM IN THE OPERATION) two chain rings guest of her sister, Mrs. C, E. Lacoochee. Funeral services tit
FLORIDA JACKSONVILLE K, Platform Cables: Two ((2)) hem 18. 1 (Set) splash m- II )1 Strickland of Gainesville held
i' YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a COURTHOUSE FOR THE apron were Saturday, Jan. 11, uiR
DIVISION Court No. 74413- Petition for Dissolution of FOLLOWING: separate and independent Item 19. 1 (Set) tow hook, Thursday and Friday. in Dedan Baptist Church with

.1 Civ-JUNITED STATES OF platform suspension. cable and ketsN.d Mr. and Mrs. E. W., interment in the 01
; Marriage ha* been filed against THIS WILL BE A PACKAGEBID church
f1 J AMERICA Plaintiff. VS. RICKY you and there .is a demand m the AND WILL BE FOR THE one ((1)) platform hold-back cable: Item .20.,T Aerial basket tool- F \Williams and Hal., and their. cemetery Local survivors, tr
with electric
i JOHNS and JULIE JOHNS his Petition that the Court award the FISCAL YEAR BEGINNING insulating Ins bucket canvas type .1 mother, Mr*. Nellie William 'include a brother. Dennis

wife Defendants. NOTICE OF certain property owned by you' FEBRUARY 3, 1975 AND L, Outriggers: Two ((2)) adjustable Item 21. 1 Chain saw holder In of Wellborn and Mr. and Mr*. Hodge of_Brooker.BIRTHDAYS .

SALE: Notice to hereby given and your wife, a* tenants by the RUNNING THROUGH outriggers Eachoutrlgg.r body O OfTve.a- ztttu ## George Summerlin of Lake '

that pursuant toe Final! Decreeof entirety located at Starfce FEBRUARY 2, 1978. hydraulic cylinder HYDRAUUC TOOLS AND City were Sunday dinner : Dickey

Foreclosure entered on Bradford County. florida. and 1. Regular Gasoline not .lass equipped with integral ACCESSORIES: I4r...., ..... .. -- .guests of their brother-in-law Tetatone 10 year Jan 18. 'MM

December: 18, 1f14_by the above perttcUerly. deadrbed as then 94 Octane. automatic pilot check valve Item 22. 1 Ackley Me. 38 TJECC I the fratk to when be salt 'nd sister, Mr. and Mr: Mr. Ruby Allen Jan. ,w,,. R.

.or. outrigger control valve and two hydraulic JhPtr. Topper complete I...her a ..." Hubert Priest and Lamar, Arthur" 'Qufck..B. Jan 13.. di
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FOR SALEGuerney: and Jersey, ,
(I.ASSIFIKI. All KATES
milking FOR RENT: 2 bedroom Mobile 1972 Pontiac Catalina Fordor. f
with
cow four 2 1/2 ;
BRASINGTON we! now have a fulltime/ appli' /
-- month old calves home. Ph 9645261. 1tp Power and Air Conditioned I
Tat II.. on Dciidlfiufor insertion $500. Pure ('AUI IUw\C-OI.I>SMOBII.K: once repairman for alt. your
-
-- ----- $1,695.00 At TERWILLEGAR
jL 1 FIIIAIIYiesuseltsa Tllt'MIIIY! Noon preceding bred Holstein will fresh March MOTORS SALKS&SKItVICK: : repair/ needs. : I
eiil Let : 1, $300. 782-3292 or 782.3784.
p Thin'!hd.iy before publication.: 1tP FOR RENT, Furnished 1 bed- --- -- Fine selection of Used|('111'11 '

room apartments In Starke. Taken On Cadillac Trades! Call Badcocks .,
CO2Opportunities :.Miiiiiniini Charge$.!.m> ----- ---- Ph 473.3096 for appointment.. 211I11!<)( N.W,131h: :178.5:191GAINESI'II.LE / : 964-5289
(CovciH 15 Words) FOR SALE: Case pocket knives 4tp 1/30 FOR SALE: 1968 Chevrolet cab-

miles west of Starke on ICiu: 'h word l over 15 now at Dahmers Discount. -- --- -- over 2 1/2 ton truck chasis,
for Serviceat SK-100. Church phone, 964- 10 cents tfchg good drive train.. Register Oil

First Baptist Church 6490. Parsonage, 964-6407. --------1.. ..,_ FOR RENT: Small unfumished Co. Starke. 1/16 3tchg 1/30 FO'R SALEi Notebooks, '

Sunday Bible School, 10 house, some and _... Memo pads, envelopes
All Classified Ads must be carpet ---- ---- -- NEED YOUR ATTIC

Sunday, 19 Jan. 1975, a.m. Sunday Morning Worship paid for in advance unless you FOR SALE: Good used bikes fireplace, no pets, one infant markers adding machine and GARAGE OR SPARE

Sunday School 9:45: a.m., 10:50: ; Sunday Evening (huun established accountith and trikes. New and used accepted. Elderly couple cash reg paper. The Office

Morning Worship 11:00: a.m., Training, 6 p.m. Sunday \\ 'the ',TI'It'I1I'aIJh; In that furniture and appliances, preferred. Ph. 9646680. Itp DID YOU KNOW That You Can Shop. ROOM EMPTIED?

Church Council 5:00: p.m., Evening Worship, 7pm. event 511 cents extra charge good used mattresses, cloth --- ---- ----- Buy A NEW Ford Pinto With Th9Q Call The

Church Training 6:15: p.m., Wednesday Evening f Evening Worship 7:30: p.m. Worship, 7:30.: Choir errors when given; over the shingles$9.!50 square, roofing FOR RENT Mobile Home $235000 (No. P2914)) At $ SAVE $. JUNK MANHe

Monday, 20 Jan.' 1975, Jr. Rehearsal, 8:30.: plione tH' when copy is not and felt$5 roll and many more subdivision 54 acre lots $35 TERWILLEGAR MOTORS.

Hand Bell 3:20: p.m., Girls Thursday Visitation, 7:30: I}|IH'd mid brought; to the of- items BARGAIN CENTER 1 mo.,3 miles from city limits at ----- FRED DAVIS Will Haul It '

Ensemble 6:30: pm., Youth lice mi. S of Starke on 301. tfChg. intersection of Hwy 16 and

Choir 7:00: p.m. p.m.Sunday Evening Teen -,- ...-, -,- Morgan Road. Ph. 964-5606. GMC TRUCKS Away Free! :

Tuesday, 21 Jan. 1975 Jr. Singers practice, 5 p.m. tfchg BUICK PONTIAC"A
YARD SALE Living ,. '
: room
-, ""'---- HOUSES FOR SALEFOR LITTLE Call 468-1543
Choir 3:20: p.m.Wednesday Teen School Prayer ,\ ----- RIDE CAN
bedroom furniture
dining room
22 Jan. 1975 Meeting, 8 a.m. Tuesday, in SAVE YOU A LOT" TF
washer electric 'FOR RENT: Small
stove, :
apartment
AFTER 6:00 P.M.
Family' Night Supper; Ac- Bible.Room A-18 at BUS. Bring your t FOR SALE. j- gas heater, 10 speed bicycle, 383 W Washington Street. GREEN COVE SPRINGS" :

teens 6:15 p.m.; Sunday typewriter. Sale begins Jan 9648420. 1tp SALE Two mobile homes ...

School Workers Mtg., R.A.,, 9. Mrs. Miller, Rt. 1, Box ------- ----- arid lots.: One-2 bedroom 1973

G.A. Acteens, World Friends, Juan CubasSpeakerAt 124A, Highway 100 E. 4tp model; One-3 bedroom 1972 HUM Sales & Service PumpsNew

Mission Friends 6:45: pm., FOR SALE: 2 ET Mags Semi 1/30 FOR RENT: 2 Bedroom House. model. Cash or financed. J.B. ,

Hour of Power 7:30: p.m., deep 13" 5.5< wide, --_--------- unfurnished at 419 N. Church White 964-6114tfchg NEW & USED

Church Choir Practice 8:15: Pine reasonable. Ph. 964-5546. Itp St. Starke Contact Merritt -------_---- And Used -:
..... FOR SALE 1 Shure PA Williams 1 19 N Walnut St. or Machines
pm. Level ----- ------ Sewing
FOR SALE: New Brick veneer, 3 SALES
Thursday, 23 Jan. 1975, SundayJuan system, good as new. Retail Call 964.5391 day. tfchg., w
SALE Couch ft Chair $65 2 landscaped
FOR : ..., bedrooms, baths
PARTS
Visitation 9:30a: .m., Visitation $1,295, selling for $700. Call ----------- Vacuum Cleaners
2 aw TV sets $25 & $65. Call drive way and walk.
7:00: p.m.Saturday. Cubas from Lima, Hampton 468.2401ltp 964-6900. 1tp FOR RENT Mobile Good terms Call Buford SERVICE
25 Jan. 1975, Peru will be the special ------------ : home three Parts Repairs, DEEP a. SHALLOW WELLS'Plumbing d,!
-------- --- bedrooms on Griffis .Loop. Mitchell. 964.6853. tfchg.
Associational Music Festivalfor
speaker at the 10:50: morning FOR SALE Electric FOR SALE: Breeding age Call 964-8816 Up - All Makes
Children : 30"
2:00: p.m. range, Supplies
worship service at the Pine
$35, refrigerator $20, 2 door registered polled Hereford ------------ FOR SALE:. 2 bedroom house.
Level Baptist Church this Call 964-6210
Juan refrigerator freezer $85. .All In bulls. J.R. Wainwright. Ph. FOR RENT: 2 BR house un- See at 615 Lafayette or call EXPERT SERVICEON
Sunday. speaks
very 9647835. 1/16 2/6
little English, so he will be good working order.. 964- 4tchg furnished 419 N. Church St. 9646428. Good terms. 2tp 444 Q Starke Plaza ?
----------- 1/16 '
St. Mark's speaking in Spanish while his 5760. 1tp Starke. Contact Merritt .. ALL: MAKES' "
-------- 119N. Walnut ----5--- N i
---- Williams St.
interpreter translates into FOR SALE Registered Angus or PHONE 964-7O61

episcopal English. He was under the FOR SALE: Argentine hay $2 cows. Heifers and bull calves. call 964_5391 days tfchg_ FOR SALE: Mobile home 65x12;, JIMMY MOORE'S '
teachings of Miss Gail Red- per bale at barn. 1 Hulsey, J.B. White Phone 9646114or --- ---- 3 bedroom 1974. Crown
'
Durrance
ChurchChurch dish, missionary to Peru sent game cock, 10 Hulsey game 964-8775. tf hg FOR RENT: Mobile home, three Haven, fully carpeted, total Sun SportsMORE

out from Pine Level, while in hens, 1 gas range, broiler, ----------- bedroom on Griffis Loop. Call electric, 3 ton A/C. $700 PUMP 8 SUPPLY CO.
end Lest Jackson Strict the Institute in Lima, Peru.. oven and 4 burners. 9648816. down. 9647212.' itchy BOAT FOR
THE RKVJOHN M. MLYNNt FOR SALE: Big Dutchman automatic 1tp YOUR MONEY TF 864-N TEMPLE AVE. '
Service starts at 10:50: a.m., Everything works O.K. $40. --;---------- k
--
feeder $495.6A.R. ---------- ,
Jan. 19. All invited! J.M Edwards Sr. Ph. 964- complete FOR SALE STARKE'PH 964-5791 .
Woods brooders $20 : 12x65 trailer.
5379 Starke. 1/16 4tp 2/6 FOR RENT 12' wide ;obiT&:.
Thursday Jan. 16 3:30: 101x199 ft lot.
each 6 metal brooder guards Porch car,,
------------ COMPLETE OUTBOARD &.
p.m. Brownie Troop Meeting. $5 each. One 8 ton Reed feed homes outsdecity; limits. J.B. port, 10x12 utility bldg., ThomasOil

Friday. Jan. 17 3,30: p.m. Gospel Sing Set FOR SALE: 6x9 Linoleum $3.98, tank $125. Ph. 473.4508. 2tp White Ph. 964 6114. tfchg. garden space, partly fenced, STERN DRIVE SERVICE,

Junior Choir Practice. 9x12 Linoleum/ 898. Also after 5 p.m 13000. 964- AND REPAIR

SUnday Jan. 19 8:30: a.m. At Hampton 12x12 and 12x15 in stock. 1116- - -- 8612 Itp COMPLETE FIBERGLASS ( Company
Eucharist 9:45 Hundreds to choose from
Holy ; : a.m. at ----------- REPAIR'

Church School; 11:00: am. Dahmers Discount, tfchg. ISCELLANEOUSYOUNG CUSTOM BUILT FIBER 603 S. Walnut
Holy Eucharist; 5:00: pm. A gospel sing is set Saturday ------------ I FOR SALE,, 3 bedroom frame GLASS'FISHING' BOATS

Junior E.Y.C. Meeting;. 6:45: Jan. 18, at the Hampton FOR SALE: 19" Philco color TV, Motorcycles house on large lot in Lake 964-6246

p.m. Senior E.Y.C. Meeting Baptist Church at 7:30,: p.m. used 1 month. Save over$100at Butler. 490 SW 4th Street

Monday.Jan. 20-4:30 p.m. hree groups will sing: The Dahmer's Discount. 1tchg RESPONSIBLE couple $8,000.. Ph. 4962137. tip I. Call ForKerosene
Brownie Troop No 604. Hialeans Quartet from - - -
------------ Davidson
Tuesday, Jan. 21 3:30: Hialiah Gardens, The Bellford would like to rent or lease with
FOR SALE: RCA television. 16" option to buy a clean house. .FOR SALE: '60 acres, 2 story
STARKE CYCLE
Girl Scout No. from CENTER 2
, p m. Troop 614 Singers Branford, and home
I Wednesday, Jan. 22 730; the Kennan Family Singers 1972 model portable $$25.1 i N. Temple Ave. Ph. 964-6020, Must be in a nice friendly Starke.recently Call 813 remodeled 985,1851 in Mobile Home Park,
or
Needs minor Pigs for'sale neighborhood in or close to
repairs. Your authorized
from HODAKA
i Inquirers' Class. Hampton.
p.m. In
write Anthony Crawford, 7011 City Limits
Starke Call Mr. ft
The all sizes.' Ph. 964-8467. dealer. or write
tfchg.
public is invited. Ad- <<:
1tp, Mrs.. Dan, Harley. P.O. Box Whittier Street Tampa Fla
mission is free. -------'-----
---- --- --- 104,' Bronson,. Fla., Ph, 486- 33617. 2tchg 1/16 $30 Per Mo. & Fuel

I FOR SALE: Chicken house ft 2408. 1/163tcfg 1/30/ ,

ObituariesI DID YOU KNOW That You Can equipment. Call after 6 p.m. 'f-Jj ...._ _...- + "" '1:' .FOR SALE: By Owner; Nearly Walk.To New

Buy A NEW Ford Granada No collect calls. 468.1267.1tp h VU ,r.. "r -.1!.1Wlu 0 .. new. showroom condition 2 Shopping Centerr'CnyiGae.Wet.a6Sower

With Automatic White Tires ----..._!...-- t WANTED 1 BABYSIT in my home., bedroom, 12' Mobile Oil
wicel : j
!Mrs Celena Silcox, Bumper Group And Radio FOR SALES: ))973'I SheffieldJ'4 Meals\ furnished.. See Unda at home. '" I
I. '/.- > '. III"" 'At'TEttvVltt'1'EGAR ; lanPinewoDld comnletelyfurnishirt) ,, uv' 'nhM i rmiaJ o m,
for & Drive off
3,000.007 bedroom Y 1/2" bath' ,'nice :, 1beter\ grade furniture,, Ona 301 South"i-nn! ,
Mrs. Celena Harris Silcox; MOTORS. family home: $650 down'.113 NEEDED one man for part time Orange' Street.,. Itp ideal l location, beautiful 1 )//2, '
-- "rCr" -- >- -- -rWEVlAVE Jolu
of Starke died monthly Ph. 9647212. 1tchg plus acres. Owner financedCall Motel
HO, Saturday, .. .. work. Must have own truck. 8 Immediate
- -- weeks old WN 'Baby 6360380
six
Jan. 10 in the Bradford DID YOU KNOW That You Can to 16 hours per week, $2 per puppies
County Hospital. FOR SALE: 1 wood stove No. 8 hr. Work will include 'weed that""' need a good' ''home,.: Rockledge/ Fla. (No collect 964-8810
Buy A NEW Ford Pinto With
Born in Clay County on Dixie Belle, 1 Stark wood and picked and' FRE6.'CaIl'964-7145. 1tp'' calls) or write 992 Alsup Dr., Delivery
Silcox Radio and Heater For combination. Ph. 782- cutting, trash up _' ..!>'.J} sJ :.. ....''- __ ...... Rockledge, Fla. 2tp 1' 16
March 22. 1894. Mrs. 2350.007 (No. P2914)) At gas ; cleaning City Hall The work ""j ", ; ,
was a housewife and a 3715. ttp------ must be done to the approvalof .
TERWILLEGARMOTORS.. WILL BABYSIT in my home six
member of the First - AND
Baptist -- --- the Street & Building days a week, any time. 964-., FOR SALE: 1968 Trailer. 12 X 68 ROOFING

Church. FOR SALE: 1973 Sutton 64x12 committee. City reserves 8026. 1tp 3 bedrooms 1 1 2 Uiths. dir Long Champ .

Survivors include two FLR. fully carpeted $400 rights to reject any' ap i -.1-10- __...-, conditioned !904(; 65b5 dill ROOM ADDITIONS

daughters: Mrs. Ralph Cox of down, $107 per mo.9647212. plication. CITY OF HAMPTON U'tween 4,30 and 9 ,p.m. J., .
Live Oak, and Mrs. Thelma itchy Ph. 468.1020 itchy WATSON'S Ruddish 2tp 1 16FREDSACKETT ALUMINUM A VINYL Home and

Lewis of Starke; one son: - - -. -
' - -- -- HOUSE OF VACUUMS >Building Materials ]
Vernon Silcox of Starke; two SIDINGBLOCK .
FOR SALE: 38 Snub nose hand STUDENT 15 to 18 earn money BUILD
brothers: Emory and Fid WE/
gun $55.22 hand guns $24.95, after school. Call collect 378- Many brands of new vacuums. .REALTOR
Harris both of Delray Beach
and 10 grandchildren. 25 automatic guns from 1416 Mon. to Thurs., Jan. 20 Used machines available 205 N. Temple Ave. I US.301)). & CEMENT "YOUR PLANS OR OURS''

the $49.95. Dahmers Discount. to 23 6 to 7 p.m. Mrs. Fretez Expert Repairs all makes. 904/964-6522
Services from
were WORK YOUR LOT OR OURS
tfchg or Mr. Fossler. Itp 1 Parts' and Accessories for all TILE
First Baptist Church on .. ASSOCIATES *
----------- - - vacuums. Built in central FREE ESTIMATES
Jan. 13. at 2 "
Monday
p.m. William Trigg
with .Rev Ben Bryant con ? FOR SALE:Diamond needles for vacuum cleaning systems.712 Mealy "Mac" McConnell AND STUCCO REMODELING REPAIRSADDITIONS
..I t 4 ,WANTED Used portable"T.V. N. Main Gainesville 376.7110.TF !
ducting Burial followed( in l/ any stereo, over 247 different
rll'l Sets at Dahmers Discount..
Kingsley Lake Cemetery ones we have them all Dahmer's Mortgage Broker CEILINGSCARPENTER
under direction of DeWitt C. CQv.cQ Discount tfchg tfchg. --- ---- Multiple Listing Service HOMES BOUGHT SOLD
.... .
... -- --'---"' --, WORK
Jones Funeral Home. ---- -'---- BILL'S,i ELECTRIC: Home TAREX Relocation Service TRADED
FOR SALE: Used 1970 Fleetwood Farm and Land Brokers Assn. .
and also
invited to experience remodeling repairs
You are I ACREAGE FOR SALE
HELP WANTED Veterinarian'sAssistant.
v 3 bedroom, 1 3/4 bath :
of Christian welding and residential and NO JOB TOO SMALL OR LARGE
Mrs. Ethel ParrishMrs. the joy $500 down. 9647212. Itchy Mature family man, Special-2 Bedroom A.1 1 $10 '
commercial .500 964-6853
at the First appliance repairs
worship 46 older/ .....
years or to help care '
- -- Clean 2 Bedroom
Baptist Church of Starke. for caged domestic animals and automotive repairs. 964 block$11,500 782-3759 HWY 3Ol"S STARKE TF

Ethel H. Parrish 112. of Every Sunday is a celebration LECITHIN! Vinegar! B61 Kelpl with some outside cattle 8087. 4tp 1,30' Small Large Farm-3 Bedroom $12.500 4-' -'Q:'

Brooker. died Saturday. Jan of the abundant life in now all four in one capsule ask work. 40 hour week plus bedroom$26,000
One &
10. in the Bradford County Jesus Christ. God is doing for VB6+ only $2.98, Mitchell overtime.. Starting Salary $150 'I Alan acre-well septic$2,500 BRING NEW.If

Hospital. wonderful things and you Drugs. 1/16 3tp 1/30 per week. Write P.O. DrawerA nOBI..E HOMF MOVING. Wall Drilling
invited to share these .. molulu hurtle' luaricann .II, LIFE TO YOURCARPETING
Born at Providence on are r - - Starke. 1/16 2tchg 1/23

March 12. 1892. Mrs. Parrish blessings with the friendly - - I.holln111I1d; niuliilo hoiI.i' tooftuHliniu Fast Rotary
A.J.Thomas, Realtor
was a housewife and 11 people of First Baptist. INSURANCE i \ Olin s MOBILE Homo
member of the Church of God AT REDUCED RATES POSITION WANTED: Young SeivlLB 964 !&t>0ti, Ht 100 W, 671 1 N. Walnut St. Drilling Equipment, Revive the original beautyof

of Prophecy A great Bible teaching woman, 38 no ties to live in SI"rlo.-fla. Ill'IHI Tel. 964.6162 For your rugs.' Cleaned in

Survivors include three Sunday School I, AUTO. FIRE BOAT as sitter for elderly. Small your own home ..
Call Rev. Hamel. '468- Large brick residence and acre 2" Thru 6" WellsCall by Von Schrader !I"
salary.
daughters Mrs. Nettie Gay; of DOYLE E. CONNER '
the ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS lot cor. Call and Orange Street, dry-foam method. .
Great Choirs singing 1666. '
Starke. Mrs. Geneva Rogersof tfchg
Faith I INSURANCE AGENCY The only requirement for Call to see it. Us For No muss No fuss.
of the
Orange Park and Airs. hymns -
TCHG No odor. Use the
membership is a DESIRE to Your Water System Needs
Lax die Pomerleau of from the RETIRED CARPENTER desires stop drinking. Ph. 964-7959, 40 acre tract 3 mi. SE of Starkeon same day.

(0'1.Lauderda Ie: four sons! Preaching Word of God I FOR SALEi All sizes of work. Home additions, 964-7619 or 9645148 1/2 State Road '100 Lots of .547OK1Durr.nc. All work

Herbert William and Floyd masking tape. The Office remodeling repairing large or 12tp 327SEWING timber. See me for'price and

Parrish. all of Brooker and Shop. small jobs. Free estimates. Ph. ,. terms. Will sell timber ft keep Pump 8 guaranteedPhone _
I -- --- -- -
Wallace Parrish of Palatk.i.: Heartfelt Worship 964-8253. 1/2 5tp 1/30 land for FREE
24 grandchildren. and 22 REPAJR SupplyDevelopers
GARBAGE MACHINE estimate
CANS Staplers, ----------- -
great grandchildren. "The Church With A Heart 3M tape and tape dispensers, All makes cleaned,'oiled and 20 Acres out of City with It, Of today.

Services were held MontU>'. In The Heart Of Starke" Columar Pads, Index cards adjusted, $7, 'All work pole well, septic tk, Price t.' .....
Jan 1JU: at U am. in Jones Ben P. Bryant. and many more home, offlc guaranteed James $23,000.00. Under Ground Water .-........;

Memorial Chapel' In Starke Pastor and school supplies. The I[ FOR RENT'OR Strickland, Morgan Road and 864 N. Temple Ave., M & M Sales & Service

with Rev Henry Willis and Office Shop. SR16. Ph. 964-8733 or 782- 2 bed room, frame dwelling Starke Fla, '
Rev G.C. William George )64-6210l 444 O,Sl.rk. PlusCARDINBROSR
Fogarty con 3189. Also
scissors
Min. of Music NO HUNTING 'SIGNS:' For sharpened large lot, storage close to store Sales & Service TFN
ducting. Burial followed in sale. and rent .llns. The Office $1. tfchg and school, Cent. heat, range ftBee.
Ft.Call 'Cemetery ,under Shop. RENT.Trailer: lot on 80 acre ":" -,---- ---- Refng., Reasonable price.
direction of DeWitt C. Jones' farm 3 miles from State .
SAWS; SHARPFNED'wu.k: .. .
Funeral Home.NEWS Prison. For information call Acreage, large ft small tracks.
guarantt-i!. C.ill >4 75C9 or
Gainesville. 3731356. 1/2 3tp Priced right with terms.
d -
leave ,n Jn.kMm
Real Estate'Salesmen' .1/16 ; Building

...' ...... Supply St.iiku or Keystone! New of- small
Homes
------ -- out City,
Heights! ,
ABOUTSERVICEMEN tfchg down payment.
f FOR' RENT Efficiency apt 964- Specializing In' ,

7774._ Itchg SEPTIC:; TANK INSTALlATION AND
", fc +4 nm *
*' ; ; HEAVY EQUIPMENT.
J f OR RENT Nice large n 2 AUTOMOBILES
)" I BRICK I
For Full Time Work in The bedroom furnished apt. Ph. USED
PHONE 964-6750
Private Lundgren 9646947.... ... tip 3 BR. 1 1/2 Bath, LR., Dine 116.
-- --- --
Completes Basic Keystone Hgts AreaM Rm. Kit., Carport, ;. Nice part of
Ft. Knox Ky. Dec. 6 I FOR RENT.Oean: :3 room apt. '
1973 Ford V-8 3 town.
Pickup. Speed I
P. a Box 128 ST ARKE. FI..l\
Army Private John F. Lun- Partly furnished 1 child no Radio. No. T1448A. $2.495,00 i

dgren'whose cousins Ronie you' *'..a new. Salesmen, W. will train you It you sri in' pets. 403 N. Walnut St. Ph., At TERWILLEGAR MOTORS ,Georye Roberts Real Estate I .
and Robin Hozie. live on Star 964-8498.: Itp ...----- 964-7826 or 964-6593CAL'S .'

Route. Hampton, completed .pet/.ne.d/ Sal.am.n let ui Mow you how I to Incrtttt your --------- -- 1972 Ford V8 Pickup With

eight weeks of basic combat F FOR: RENT;,2 bedroom apartment Camper Shell, RadIO i and OLINS MOBILE HOMESALES't;;

truininn III Ft.. .Knox. .. .Ky .production/! .111,. opening up opportunltMf for Aaanc.m.nl carpeted heat and air, Heater- Sharp! No, TH2864A. .
PH.
In. HWY. 100 W. M4-MM '
dose Call Buford Mitchell $2,19500 At TERWILLEGAR .
.Mamhman Reddish I, -.
.. "
',' 9646853 tfcha.' MOTORS PLUMBING 1 '
NLIIoRed N.C; >; *
,All Replies Confidential Write ; .2.
. ->.-_wa_;- Repair'and Construction, ) j
Jan -
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Mr. Clarence M. Reddish of :Real Estate writer, stand, desks chairs, Top. ,V-8, Radio and Heater. Plumber. Phone 964-647.\ IN OLIN MOBILE HOME SUBDIVISION'WHEN'YOU *:

Route 2. Starke reported for P O. Box ,Green Cora- Spa.. a lid,i Mies. We can order them Pretty Blue e, CLEANI) No: 10-2-1-74 I6tp .1-16-73. 'PURCHASE. YOUR, MOBILE, NOME fROM.PLiU's"rlr'',,;M> .

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I Liquor Ban Reinstated At Community CenterLAKE \.rl/)



ployees Club of the Division of uphold the board's previous citizens move out of the seconded Riherd's motion to r:ii: c3- : : c::::
BUTLER To drinkor
action. county for their social affairs revert to the board's previous
Corrections
not to drink is not the IH
question. But "where" was The commissioners agreedto Woodington moved that any "Whether a man drinks or function policy of not at permitting the Lakeside.any :e: :E -Fe whitesale.
the concern of the county a waiver of a pre-existing person or organization not is his own business. I ,
between the heartily endorse what the Community Center at which
commissioners Thursday policy com desiring to sponsor a social
January 9, when they missioners and the Junior and function at which alcoholic Sheriff has just said and would alcoholic beverages would be ;.. ... .."
Senior Women's Club would be served like to see the commissioners served. The motion carried i1; :
rescinded a previous action beverages 'r \ .
approved at their regular prohibiting the use of could do so by making application provide a place where Union with chairman Woodington \, = ;:. .
meeting held Tuesday alcoholic beverages on the either by writing or dissenting. ]
premises by any organization.The verbally to the commissioners bounty citizens can hold social and
i November 5, and put the cap in their
affairs own county
back on the bottle at the Employee's Club were at any public .au$ sloe p1
making preparations for its building under the jurisdictionof rather than having to leave to
Lakeside Community Center. eoppertoneand
do so, Robert J. (IBobby) ltyo.
In November, James T. annual New Year's Eve dance the county commissioners, q y
Richardson of the Union and celebration and wanted to and that the judgement of the Anderson said.Following E. avocado
Correctional Institute, J.A. use the Lakeside Community commissioners would prevailon the defeat ofWoodington's .alq'eM .- .
Anderson of the Florida Slate Center as the locale. Being the merits of such ap motion to and harvest
the
that the serving of uphold commissioners ;:
Prison and J.D. Job is of the aware plication.
alcoholic beverages was not previous action. Com sale
Reception and Minii. al Center
Woodington's motion failedto missioner Gerald Griffis'Bottle
permitted at the, community'center
of Lake Butler
.ippeared
receive a second.In .
I before the iixinty commissioners they were requesting a Reap
waiver of the prohibition. that Stabbing Reported
to t 1i iii'sl, i the use the discussion
of the Lakeside 'ommunityCenter which was granted by the followed Sheriff John i savingson
to hold. adult function commissioners on November Whitehead was highly commendable Saturday Speedville thisMagic
sponsored by the Em- 5, in spite of their previously of those par "" -
approved agreement with the ticipating in the New Year's Lloyd Davis was stabbed complaints of two trucks
Women's Club of Lake Butler. Eve function at the Lakeside with a broken bottle at Sam being Sampson broken Lake Trestle into at whjje the hof

The measure was approvedon Community Center and said. and Lonnies juke spot in the owners were .
EmploymentSurvey fishing.A
November 5 with com- Speedville last Saturday night MAGIC GH rs
missioners Skip Woodington "Even though I am Sheriff of and was taken to the VA range
this county I've still got to Hospital in Gainesville according box of tools taken gas
Set Paul Kiherd and C.U. Crews were Your range front looks clean and
approving and Com recognize that all of our to Chief Bradford from each truck along with
missioners Gerald Griffis and citizens are taxpayers of this County Deputy Sheriff Robert other listed items. Owners of crisp. but when the oven light'son Free "Sparkle Glass" oven door
Jan. 20-24 Felton Smith dissenting. county. Some drink and some Green. the trucks were William F.. you can see In just as If the
do not. I think it is a shame The stabbing took Moss and Charles J. Hall of glass were clear. With matching
place
\ Local representatives of the After the event however that the commissioners and ContinuousCleaningLlr
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around 10:30: p.m. The Waldo. A CB Radio was taken broiler panel. Both framed In chrome.
Bureau of the Census will con- some second thoughts have discriminate against those deputies have a but from Hall's truck. The gas.\
duct a survey of employmentin been entertained by the who do. The communitycenter the stabbing is still suspect under in was also drained out of the
this area during the week of commissioners and a motionto belongs to all of us, vestigation.. trucks. The robberies are still k
January 20-24) Thomas W. revert to their previous whether they drink or not.. I under investigation. _
McWhirter director of the policy was made by commissioner The department also t, had
think it is a shame that by not ,
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Bureau's regional office in Paul Riherd on providing facilities for these K---- l r--z
Atlanta has announced. January 9. kinds of social affairs that the _
Interviewer who will visit only thing we are doing is ATTENTION ADULTS FVLU
households in this area include Prior to a vote on the motion I _
newly elected Chairman D.E.ISkip causing our own citizens to _--.ca..AII_ T.UI MMOVABU TOP. TO !MIST __.. CLOCK WITH 1-MOUV) 4:
Norma
: Mrs. Foray. ( ) seek what they are wanting ill _N. -. bee, bottom. Clwi Hw untoMximw tnm So you.... rwd 1 IMm.nay. '._". So You won I forgM. :
Woodington Starke and Bradford County Learn a.t.d With .p.cIN pnr..4in. without obMntcllon. And lak. And w","r*mar difficult tboul, ....,._Ing. Or whm" .
The survey is conducted relinquished the chair to Vice. CamMnM with ovn (MMtar lr,. nng lop to Ho Unliwnni tor liny ........to raoN up end la Mitt _'.... Or.v.n whit"
monthly by the Bureau for the Chairman Gerald Griffis in and elsewhere to hold their IMW stamina. oonvwitonc*. ttWGlMnln' Kny. turn .... BtyMd. tor vtaltaUlly. Urn taptek up IM' ohtl_. .
U.S. Department of Labor in a order to make a motion to functions. It's something that CakeDecoratingCall
scientifically designed sampleof costs us money when the

entire households United States.throughout Employ-the for applications for I Sawyer Slade : :

ment and unemployment statistics The Bradford Co. Telegraph.
which are based on Beginning and Advanced Classin
results of this survey are usedto
provide a continuing mea- WILL SELL Cake ;
sure of the economic health of Decorating to beginin Gas And Appliances :

the Nation. ANY TELEGRAPH NEWS PHOTO
Total employment as mea- February.
332 W. Madison ,
sured by the monthly sample Phone 964-7701

survey of households declinedby APPEARING IN THE PAPER Starting date will depend upon .
nearly 8(10,000( in Novemberto
85.7 million a level approximating Call 96461502t News Photos.ForSal.Inquire .
that of a year ear- Cost $2.25 Each response.!
lier. Until this decline em- At Telegraph/ y'l ':
ployment has been advancing 1/23
although slowly and unevenly

throughout Facts supplied the year.by indivi- ,. .'-;;" (_)-(ia.74): 8ta )Bank No.;....... .P..f.: ::,.,..,.

duals participating in the sur- BUY NOW AND GET YOUR
vey are kept strictly confidential PUBLISHER'S COPY
by law and the results are

used tical totals.only to compile statis- ConaoI. :dated Report' Condition of "........................llortd..I.uak...&.. ta Ita.\\...;..............; .........,..J'

of.........Stark*.............;.....in the State of..flprlda .....".._......,?..and Domestic Subsidiaries at the cloae of .

l .HAMPTONAREA \buefiibson".1.t.pE< .i:..*...A....J..*..'.*.....'.4.........;.-iy! ,>:*.,...... 'Y3r". *'','L..;.> >.4-.*r'.?,' tr*; <>.,;..; l. '.". "'""1''d'10."'" "!F:, IUH. :



NEWS : ASSETS Dou..u a : Cft.I. .

IJ> Josephine FontaineRECREATION crab.. 1w frae ..... Clllelvtllq S IIDpo.ted d. ...................., ................,...,. ?............. ..7 .. .... '. 1
i I. Ca) U.S. TNaaU' _rltIea............,................................................ ,.U6'.90' t Total (ltema ... ..... "'592" .z' '" 9'0 .
C') ObIlpttou of ,...reI J'IDanelac Balik....................................IIU (Ia) A. .b) ) .... ''' ..065 2I.
,I Obl.doo.01.tbr. U.a Oov enmunt a....... sad dorpor tbda.......................?..........?.....,.. ......,.,.......,.........?.... .....-1.. 786' 064'" '60 a
The Hampton Senior d. oblyaua.. 01 gatt anti polltIc. ubdivfdaia.. ....?...................................................................?:..:...................,.............. ......:...3..... .,,,391'' 853'.. .71' 4
Citizens will meet Friday direct from General Electric to I. Otb.r..e.Afl.. (IacIIu4Iq'- --ate stocks).............................................................?..... ............... ..116... .... ..41..$: aS.
I evening January. 17, at 7:30: 'I'IrII4IIIc .eaoa c -'deI..I..;?....?..................................,." ............. .....?... .ne. ... ..?..... eT
p.m.F'RIENDS&NEIGIIRORS. of r ....... ,.... .... sad..uetU per.......und.t. ag.._ .to r.nll. ,...........:........................... ..;..................:. .. .. ....... ,. .'Ita .. ... ..7 3 T
Early purchasers a t 0tW..........................,.............................................,......?..............................................................................................\.::.. ..........7...... ". ,,,". II.
: $..k: ..-._ ,.,..-. sad Sitar,.. sad oth. ar.a t.pr.mtlna baak ...-.....?......._......?........................,;.... ............. ....280..310.. .. ... ..... .. .14. 91S. ,
!Mr. W Fontaine displayedhis >test..aaow..d.tkwtb-baskpwsml.. ........................................L. ?.....,.............?.............?.............?........ ........... ............. .. .. 10II. )
Glorified pictures on 1._..... .. orb....... .. ___tad..1.. ....?.. ....,,......... ..DOD IIII.
glass at the Mini-Arts c.o..r':: &bl5tp. .. CIIIiI .... -..caOUlataDcu.............' ......,..................... ,. ...,....... .. "iI 12
Festival held in the Bradford .WEATHERTRONe II.. Other -*- C..its.. a atOtIIer Ate") (Including ft. dfnet ja.Saucing) 1'7 31I'% la

High School Auditorium last I I. TOTAL ASIIETS..1......................?...... ....,..............,.... 1.
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Sunday in Starke. :

Among the many visitors 11 A aIL IT" S

that attended the Mini-Arts 16. n-aad cIepoeIte oIiDcUYidwIIot, p.rt..blpu. sad --atloDa. .............................................. .................... ........ 4 ..093 "144 U 15
Festival Residents of were several HEAT PUMP- II.on- id -..... ....... fIIllNIIYlcI1aaIe.. p.tmnhlp.. sad arpradar........................................... ......,................. ........::4....... ...63S".. "722''" 32 II. ,
Hampton. 1T. epeella 01 u.stad 8tate8 ao.-m.c..I..1., ......:::........................ ..... .. 96. 194..ait :.76
DIp8Ifta Sates aa4 potltlal 811.--.1.. : .... .....:....3....,. ...671..961.. .. ........... ..'...1... 1iIL
4-11 NEWS Dapda II ,..... a.vr..a sad ......IMtIClldoIIa..................................................... :.I., ............ ........................... .............. .. ..:.......... ........ Irf1 .'I
The regular 4-H meetingwas One compact system that heats and cools n.p.Ila cf .omm.rdY. ................?.........................................,......?........,.....?...............'............,....?...................?..... ... .............. ..... '" 20'
held Monday evening II. c.tI8eoI... ........ .................................................. ................................ .:.... .....'..... .. ............. .......72.. ..... ...0"..... ..... .'9 II," .
January ,13. Subject for the your entire home' automatically 21. TOTAL D :.........................?...................A.....?...............................t .12..S'6t.-: O..2..2.2. ; au au au .u.l
I evening was "Keeping" (Ca) TIIC8I...... .....1a..I........................................................... Y au au au u (a)
Records up to Date. Harold (b) Tool ..*. ... _......cIepoeI..............................,....................................:...... au au au u (It.)
Waters Jr. was the speaker of .... .... ... ... ... _...... .... .... ... .
23. r. -"de8 d uacIeraate to rapur .; .. .... ..:......... .....;.. II
rl the evening. The group also 54 0tW 1laWllta.. ..-ro..IIIOIMI7..1.............,......... .............. ... ...,.......... ........ >a'SL ,
'enjoyed a movie" about "Cattle liortg. "'." .1. 'IT.........?.....?........................................ ........?...........,.....,............................................ .......,...... ... ..??..:.. .....? .15'
and Florida. Refreshments 2d. Ae.pa..ad 1Ir: .. r. seeamt 01 this blatk..d -tm.adl.a...............................,....................................... .......?..... ..1IT.
were furnished and served by 0tW 118WMt18L.\; \?...(.::.. 'S11 310' 74 IT

Mrs. Bill Stone. at TOTAL UABILITIII.: ...:....................1...............,...,.......,......................a..I................:.............................,................... -ceo- .1 ,
To 2I. MINORITY 1NTJaJ:8T: : IN CON80UDATJD: SUBSIDIARIES.: .:................t., ..,....,.:......................"'....,.......... .... DO 25'
report your news to me,
write Josephine Fontaine, .IS'I.I. ON LOANS AND SICURITIUS .
P.O. Box .
1 160 7t 448 3'
32044 Hampton Fla. 4 N. ...".. fr .... .... __ os ii.... (_ up punu8II' to I...... R.v ._SlrYlee ruIiIIIII).............................."....... ........... ... ............... ....II.. ..
or phone
468-1156 or ". .. .. 1 t.as as 1..a. ............. .. .. .... ..
leave your General news at the s. J e :: =-a a.e.ltl., ::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::.:::::::::::::::;::;: ::::::;:::;::::=::::::::::::::::::::::::::.J.:;:::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::; '" 'r'-. :'
Hampton Store.
... TOTAL .SURVSt ON LOANS AND 8JCURITlJS.: : .........................................:.....................:;.;.:...,...::........ 2! 3I ? 18 I

CAPITAL ACCOUNTS

., N. .. l..I-sad ............... ; ... ........................................?........,.............................. .......... ...IIOD'........... .........,. .....,. It
W.dty..... ... ..d tat. ufIty.1. ..cb i.u. oue taadinq ', 1. 'U'

U. Lbaltyspit.t.W..........?........,.................................;...................,..............................?,...........,.....;..........:".,................ 107 92 alII.
...,.... o..-total pr v.iu .............'..'...........................................................?............".'....... ..'.,.......................... ............ ..........?, .,....?... ..,..... atNo.
If you are considering'replacing your existing warm air heating ( .....us IMIIat..M... DOOS'I) .

system or need to replace your old heat pump you can qualify fora IT. C- _.1Ik total.... ...OOO..I..j..................... ,............:................ ..................:,......................... .............. ....300......,... ...OCIO.......... ..00...... ITlfo.
$60.00 cash refund on the purcahse of an all-electric Weathertronheat ( ..... MtMIf.1 ) (No. -- out..Mroc .12'.000. ) '

How? ... ............ .. ........ ..?.......... ;.......\:0.. .. ........... .. ..........1.... ''.200 ".000". ".00 u
pump. Simply call any participating' GE Central Air .. u....... ....r... .: .,; ........................:...:::...:.... ........:::.::.:.....::::.. ... ;.........:::...:,........?,:., ......-...... ea.5' 104''". 46'
Aakt Conditioning & Heating dealer and get your 24,000 to 60.000 da. ft.... ,. ...tl..riaudo1b.. e.pwI'. -.i.\.::;; : ..,...:........................., .. .. 921' "q' 0
J BTUH (cooling capacity) Weathertron unit now. Complete the cash a. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUN77.................................................................................................,..............,.,....?........y::,::.. .1
Charley refund certificate with your dealer and General Electric will send dt. TOTAL LIAPILITIIR.: RSSIRV11L AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTI......,......................,...........,....;......:...;.,...,.:.. 42

t the $60.00 cash refund direct to you.IT .

t E.Johna. ; dl BOTH HEATS AND COOLS. A Weathertron Heat I. A..... II tat agora Ir eM 1. ...MIMO.ANDA.....__ ...... with .S. ......._.......:...... ...... -.1.. ...... .r.....12... "700 "00 '
Pump is a single I.: A..... .. sMY ..... for tile 11 ....... ..,. ...... wItII .d. .........;............................,:....................................... .........,... ..321". ...000"........... ..00...... ;
system. Simply set the automatic thermostat and forget It. The heat pump .. Uttm.rd ....., "----4 ..... ........ V totr mpial. .moues......y.\ ?..:...............;................................. ...1., ,;:...... ... .............. ........ a
will change from heating to cooling cooling to heating by itself. i 4. 8Ia8Ar.: ....it--. df

ITS ALL-ELECTRIC:The Weathertron is efficient too. Because it takes .
"It just dawned on me my' -J .: +.y -, '
heat from the outside air it delivers more than two units of heat for ,
landlord's fire insurancewortldn't heat unit of electricity it uses (at ARI heat rating point).. every ;:a i. ,.............!'!.::.*....Jthus..*. S ..*.*.....................*,*..**... W mf Ilk4i .Ad wCmittt n.l'I. ..... '{BId'' ... ." ,...,...,,

I. belongings cover my in personal the IT'S DEPENDABLE And perhaps that's most important of all. At the heartof .. .... -....... .. ... .... .,........,..-.Mly/ r. ,
the Weathertron is the GE Climatuff with
system Compressor an '
'apartment I rent. My outstanding record of reliability in more than 1 million installations. This .i;!.,. -AHmHJO ...?.. ...::/ ..iQ ...a.\\:.......?...................1....
clothing jewelry, camera, compressor is available only on GE equipment.Offer .
sports equipment, phono-
TV Bet, etc. must be worth valid from January 15 through February 28, 1975 ?.-.................-.....?_...._..._...??..-...?_._:.... ?....__......,..t..11.--k..I1t.,;......................."..... I.I

$1500 at least. What kind, Equipment must be Installed by March 31,1975 .._..??.........,..._.._.._..1.1..J..f.: = .;;.. ,.......:......_.......: :..,.__....._.....J..a.2-' ..........,.....,..........".........} DfraIf8N.. /

of insurance should I haveto ...-.....'.................;..?......-.....--f....._................?...........?., .........._..;.....f..9.!.!.ts. ......,................._..
cover both theft and
damage Brown Refrigeration I My"

Charley E. .
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Conditioning ... .
JOHNS AGENCY '" :; 9aims r-d ir.atw..... .. aY.......,...a 31i .................._.../ ... .,.......,.Y.yCItfA..m -.II.\....?, u.?....

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ELIZABETH GIVENS WALKER'"
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NAACP MEETINGThe '
regular meeting of
Bradford County Branch
NAACP will beheld Friday ,
night,Jan. 17,at 8 p.m. at Mt.
Pisgah AME Church in Lincoln
City, South Starke. All I
members and interested citizens e
are invited to attend
The NAACP State Confer-
ence will be held Saturday
Jan. 18,' in Lake City at the
Howard Johnson Motel
beginning at 9 a.m. rouND
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ANNOUNCEMENTThe U. S. Postal Services TyF

custodial announces labor examinations in the Starke for FClAJ01ite C BEEF PEOQ C

'post office. Closing date for -
applications will be February 8cJf/lJB
,2. Wl PLEDGE TO FIGHT
INFLATION AND CONSERVE ENERGY

CARD OF THANKS t
o e e 1 LB.
The family of the late Mrs. his
Rutha Mae Mitchell wishes to Reserved
thank their friends for PKG.
the various many expressions of WINN.DIXIE STORES INC.COPYRIGHT1975 PRICES GOOD THURS. JAN. 16 THRU WED. JAN. 22
kindness extended to us in the
loss of our loved one. The
many beautiful flowers kind USDA INSP. W-D BRAND PURE (NO ADDITIVES) MUD CURED HICKORYSMOKED FRESH PORK LOIN SLICED ASSORTED

words appreciated and deeds May are God deeply bless GROUND BEEF: HAM PORK CHOPSSAVE

each Family..of you. (signed) The


L C- CHURCH NEWS SAVE 3V PORTION UTT

Greater Bethlehem Free- $99 IS. ...
will Baptist Church Rev. 88CHAIP
Jasper Williams pastor. OR 21cWHO"
Weekly services began SHANKPORTION 7ftWATI L,. 9ftWD
I Monday night with Tiny Tots 'l SAVE 85'OUARTIR
rehearsal and Ushers Board LB. _
I No. 2 meeting. Tuesday night. S1ICIO LB.
Senior Choir rehearsal. Wednesday PKG. 40c LB. ..98*
night Prayer ADDED
Meeting. Thursday night
}Ladies Circle will meet at the BRAND USDA CHOICI FULL CUT W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE


(,will home Friday Cuffee.meet of Dinners night.Mrs.at the Rebecca Prayer home will be of Allen.Band Mrs.sold ROUND STEAK CHUCK STEAK CHUCK ROASTSAVE


from the kitchen on Saturday.
Sunday is pastoral day with
I.services starting at 9:30.: SAVE SAVE ,
,(Morning Worship at 11. s468 .flfl
Dinner will be served at 12:30: 31eIB. 31c

,sold by the Deaconesses. ,.. 98 u.
Evening Worship 6:30: p.m. oJ @ nYKUh wa ,
NM M. 1
Visitors always welcome.
8 o
Ebenezer Baptist Church LB. I U. S. CI101CE LB. U. S.1GIC
Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. LB.
Weekly services will begin R -4
with Bible Class and Prayer
Meeting Thursday night.
Saturday morning at 10 a.m. W-D TASTY (TWELVE 4-ot. PATTIES) ,
the Women's Home Mission SAVE! 20c W.D BRAND USDA CHOICE! BEEF *} .15. $ OR SLICED POTATOES BEETS OR
Board meeting of Mt. Sinai TOiBOU$189 Roof PattiesCNOICE, 199Pork I T&F Beans I I6ot. $100TTlomatoegE .
Sirloin Steak 5 3 as 88C
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Convention will be held. Officers I I SAVE 30c BEEF.. BOTTOM CANS | .
and members are askedto SAVE 20c W.D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF PORTERHOUSE OR BONELESS S MONOGRAM LONG GRAIN THRIFTY MAID POWDERED

begin attend.with Sunday Church services School will at T-Bone Steak ll. $189 Round Steak'' ,. .;, ;'ll!'RJ1T"3i:; $J39 1. ;<' Rice . . 3 PKG.78C Milk -. . 20-QT.PKO.. $399

9:45.' Morning Worship at 11. FRESH SHOULDER BLADE! BOSTON BUTT BANQUET ((10 OR MORE PIECES FULLY COOKED) : ", DOUGLAS WHOLE HANDY PANTS DISPOSABLE ((12.CT. 69c) '

I I Ordinance Ronald Strong Service will be for held Brother at 3.. Pork Roast .. . I.. 88C Fried Chicken.-2, f. !*V4c23'*.""' tGhickert' .?. : -.- .n CANS o.q. 99C Diapers, ;: ; t}.. ; J.. :;PNG.99c:
Evening Service at 6:30.: "
p.m. WD BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF WHOLE
FRESH WHOLE OR SHANK HALF LOINfCUT'/OA M THRIFTY MAID MIXED THRIFTY MAID

Class Leroy P.etlel!and{Davis Maplist Prayer pastor.Church Meeting Bible Rev. Pork Ham . LI. 98C (Strip CUT Steaks B WRAPPED FREE,.), .I! ;ll.. $149 Vegetables 4 as $100 1 1W Puddings . 4 C'A"S 58C

each Saturday at 4 pm. USDA GRADE "A" FRESH FROZEN W.D BRAND FRYING WHOLE .D BRAND *T THRIFTY MAID CS & WK CORN. GREEN LIMA BEANS OR BETTY CROCKER LAYER
Church School. 10 a.m. Sun Garden Peas 3 as 9 Cake:: Mixes '11'/02.' 59C
Chicken 49C 1 ..
day, concluding services for . . LB Sliced Bologna 'Asr-' 69C pKG.
the day Deaconess Board No.
2 will be Monday Jan. 20, at 4
p.m. at the church. All BLUE BAY LIGHT THRIFTY MAID .' U.S. No.l REGULAR VENT VU

members Services asked for Pleasant to attend.Grove BEANS4.'

Church and Mt.Parish.Moriah' Rev.United Willie CHUNK TUNA GREEN POTATOESSAVE

Stitt pastor.Services for Plea-


Sunday sant Bible Meeting Grove Class services Wednesday began Thursday with began Prayer night.night.with SAVE 9c '33 $ rnflrry SAVE 20c


Church School 10 a.m. 38
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Morning Worship at 11, with 4r ic
the Youth in charge. Love- 41/2-0
feast Service p.m. CAN 16-ox. fNtElAN! POUND
'Services for Mt. Moriah as CANS '' BAG
follows: Church Choir limit{ 4 with $7.SO .r more purchcue excluding{ cigarette*.
rehearsal each first and third r
Wednesday night at 7'p.m.. 1 LB. CAN ASTOR OR 1 LB. BAG MAXWELL HOUSICOFFEE CAMPBELL'S VEGETABLE ASTORORANGE
Church School will begin ser-
vices at 10 a.m. Morning
Worship at 11. At 4 p.m., the SOUP JUICE
United Methodist Women will '
meet, terminating services
for the day. SAVE
i 'Mt. Pisgah AME Church.
Rev. B. J. Franklin pastor. 21'
Church School 10 a-.m. 8'8s $ 1 $
Morning Worship at 11. After-
noon service, 4 p.m. 5 e4e
Greater Allen Chapel AME 1 "'.-.... : 16-02.
Church. Rev. R. G. Heastie 1 LB.
pastor. Choir Rehearsal. CANS CANS
Choir No. 2. Monday night. Limit 1 .f choice w/$7.SO or"mere pure"";... excl. cig.. ;'-
Tuesday ,night. Prayer
Meeting and Class Meeting ,
combined. Church School 10 ', ASTOR GRAPEFRUIT
SAVE vtor' LIQUIDDetergent 'MUELLER'S HARVEST FRESH FLORIDA'" YELLOW 6'01.

a a.m.m. Choir Morning Service.,Union.Worship.5:30.3pm.11 . .. 2T: 68c SPaghetti. 4 : "S_ $1]00 Corn . : 10 EARS 99c Juice 1lEI, '3 CANS 89C.
Evening : TYSON CHICKEN OR TURKEY
v SAVE 33c THRIFTY MAID THRIFTY MAID BARTLETT GOLDEN OR RED DELICIOUS WESTERN' "
: .01.
'". $ Pears .2CRACKIN' 29.1. $]100 ., Pot Pies 4 plS $1
PERSONALSVisiting AppleSauce I i 4 CANS' -. : CANS Apples I . 3 113,1 l r
SWANSON CHICKEN SALISBURY TURKEY OR PANCAKE A
Mr and Mrs. Tom THRIFTY MAID GOODSaltines HARVEST FRESH SAUSAGE

Hall Rev.during and Mrs the, Daniel holidays Singleton were- .Chili7UPEARAND I I &.i.Beans. 3.'CANS'''''. $100',! . 2 I IB.PKGS.. $100( Oranges . 8 lAG LB. 69C Entree . .. 2 PKGS.6'01 $100

of Jacksonville; Mr. and (QTRS. CRACKIN' GOOD TOASTERPastries HARVEST FRESH TEMPLE SALUTO PEPPERONI OR SASSY t,SPICY
Mrs. M.J.:Richmond and two ". !& $1 00 20.01:
.2 ]
daughters from Arkansas; ,Margarine .. EKG. 38C .' . Oranges . 12 FOR 79C Pizza . . ,. SIZE" $199 '.
,James Richardson of Chicago SAVI.lie DIXIE DARLING BROWN N'SERVE TWIN Ott .FLORIDA WHITE OR PINK' TASTE 0' SEA ..,

Singleton Ill, Mr.. and and Mrs.daughter.Burhard Flour 0, .' '. 5 .EKG.; 68C Flaky; Rolls. .' 2 -": 79C Grapefruit 5 BAG' 69C Krunchees 2 PKGS.. $100 "

Wynoa Phylis,.Davis and Mr.all of and Jackson Mrs.. .........._.._..._..._..._.._..._... ...,............................... ... .......u.. ......_..... .. ,

ville.; DIXIE DARLING ; EXTRA EX..RA. EXTRA EX..R# :
I JtM. GREEN STAMPS I I d7 GREEN STAMPS 1'1 a GREEN STAMPS I I 'd7! GREEN STAMPS ;
The Son's Stars chapter No. .! .:! : 'It.
VITN MWt/1N1 CWIMM WK.K.11 K.Y.n. M NK M..CMAM M K.Y..1 WNN K WN..M M J-**** COWNM* WL.4 K r
161 will hold a public Installation FAMILYBREAD I 1 4 IBS'OR MORE ", 25.... BON 2 IB PKO-
ONE 1 12.1 CAN
New QUEEN''
service at USDA CHOICE leer BIZ fREEZER :
Bethel Freewill Baptist 1 Rib Roast ; SpamGOOD Pro Soak ; Moat Dinners : ""r
Church Raiford on Sunday i S1t.4: GOOD THRU JAN. 22 / 17+t THRU.JAN. 22 1 !? ,GOOD THRU JAN 22 I / LL2 GOOD.THRU JAN. 27. ., : j
Jan. 26 at 3 p.m. Rev H. No. 56.. :: .._ ; No. 33... nau-.L. !. No. Sb j NO 55..N. : : ..
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U.S.Army Korea.Dec. 17. 3 1 u PROSUPERBRAND I ., 17.... SIZE 1 2 IB PKO, ,2 IB. PKO 1Y .
Army Private Horace B. ., 111 CREAMED. ", 'UIDGI.AR"." ASSORIID. ,TASTE 0' MA 1 TASTE 0' SIA' : '
King.. 17;son of Mr. and Mrs M-os., '\- I Cottago Ch.... ; 1 -: Layor Cak. Floand.rSt.ek'S S Porch' Steak :
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I Citizen's Committee To Be FormedIn 2 Named To Lake Butler Not Going To The Dogs I


Phase 2 Of County Land Use Study UGH Board -

number that'can serve. LAKE BUTLER Contrary nothing(, has ever been that this was the best place to commissioners for'their
Citizens the contract required that approvul and financial
The formation of a to circulating on
reports
proposed: on the
Participation Committee as a membership of the committeebe Phase II will require the TALLAHASSEE-The officeof the streets Lake Butler is not stray dog locate an impounding facilityfor assistance." Lawrence was
expenditure of $16,343 in the problem. My purpose In being stray animals, because of
of administrative assistant
of Bradford representative every -
to the
requirement dogs.
County's contract for Phase II section of the county, as well matching funds, with $8,800 of to Governor Reubin going R.D. Lawrence, appearingbefore' here is and to if see there what is the record the fact that, water and told.The council authorized Mrs.

of its land use study was as all ethnic groups, races, this amount made availableby Askew confirmed Wednesday, the City Council on says being: done about it."anything electrical facilities were Sharon Minshew, as the city's
discussed at a work session in ,, and religions. a 701 Federal grant; $4,500 January 15, the appointmentof Wednesday, January 8, said, "Well had I already,available there. representative of the county
from the Urban and I yes,we a report a In addition who
the new courthouse Tuesday County Zoning Director coming two members to the Boardof "Now, I am not here to ( few months personnel canine committee to appear,
afternoon. L.M. Gaines said he had Regional DevelopmentCenter Trustees of the Union complain. In fact, I want to Minshew who ago from Mrs. were already employed couldbe along with Mr. Lawrence,
' George L.Gould, Division of already started groundworkfor University of Florida;, General Hospital. commend the council for the represented the utilized; in operating the before the county com
city on a special committee
1 Technical Assistance, organizing the committee, and $3,043 in county funds. Doyle M. Archer and J. Job are doing for the to 'dog pound.' ,missioners at their meeting on
Department of Community but that it would probably Phase I of the land use study, Felton Smith have been city.good There you is just a few thingsI Investigate," Councilman the stray dog "Why is It the 'com Thursday, January 9, to apprise -
already completed cost$6,000, named to problem Bill missioners don't know about
Affairs, outlined functions of require several weeks before replace Buckner want to get straight in White the commissioners of the
the CPC, stating that it would the organization meeting with the county's' share only Lewis and Carl Brown whose own mind about these dogs my With responded.that Mrs. Jackie. Johns this?" Lawrence,asked. past action of the council on

serve as a sounding board for could be held. The committee $400. terms expired in December., that are allowed to roam the read from the minutes of the "At the time the report was the stray dog problem. '
community input of ideas and must have a minimum of 13 Attending Tuesday'smeeting Archer, a Lake Butler resi- streets. One person will tell council of made in August no funds were On the day following,
August 14
advice in the development of members, but there is no with Gould were dent, is operator of the Archer you one thing and somebodyelse wherein the committee a report had available from the city. Thursday, January 9, Mrs.
the Phase Ii study. Gould said ceiling on the maximum representatives of the County Funeral Home and Smith is a another. Is there really recommended that a dog'pound However, in the preparationof Minshew accompanied by
Zoning Board the County former
-- county commissionerof anything being done about be our new budget $3,000 was Lawrence as an interested
the constructed
Commission, Urban and Union County. have been on included as the city's appropriation county citizen, appeared
I stray dogs? I told county owned property at the
Regional
Home Crown DevelopmentCenter
for the con- before the county com-
and North Central The appointment of a., third that the city included $3,000 motor, vehicle inspection
missioners and
struction of requested
dollars in its budget to build a station in Lake an Impounding
member to replace Butler After a
Florida Covington
Regional Planning
facility,but since thai time we their approval for the con-
CABBAGE 1QCrmmnm Council. M. Woodley,' who died in a dog pound.have The said commissioners that- committee thorough investigation had determined the have not followed through in struction of the proposed dog
farm tractor
Lb. accident making a,report to the county pound at the motor vehicle
January .1, is pending the inspection station.
governor's office said.
Hospital Care Facilities, The commissioners, after
What's a Procto'l Inc. of Fort Lauderdale, Obnoxious Odor At SewerPlant hearing Mrs. Minshew's
MUSTARDS A procto is a test for colon- recently submitted at* new report, readily granted their
rectum cancer, one of the written proposal for the reopening approval for the location of
TURlnpS49C
most common forms of the of Union General the dog pound, but quickly
disease. The American Hospital in Lake Butler. The'' Bugs CouncilmanLAKE drew a line at making a

Cancer Society urges men and hospital has been closed since contribution toward it's
women over 40 to have one May, 1974. construction until a further
with their regular health Action by the board of BUTLER "I sewage disposal plant in Lake Inspector as required by new exploration into it's total cost
state that became
South Fla. checkups. It could save your trustees on the new proposalwill missed the half-time activitiesof Butler, according to Mayor effective regulations A had been made. _
POTATOES life. be delayed until the new the FloridaNebraskaSugar John Shaw, can expect some letter from on Tallahassee January 1.ad- "How much is it oing't9
board is re-organized. Bowl game because I relief in the future, because cost the county?' Commissioner ,-
vised the council that in-
was called upon by one of our Shaw, said, on) Wednesday Paul Rmerd asked.

'' 'Mrs TOMATOES Union School'! ............................e....: residents to investigate an January 8, he assigned one 011the spection services could be "Since it's a county wide
the
provided state office
oib ,'., odor problem at the city's city's employee's to make 'by project we had hoped for $200
but if for the inspections
( periodic and daily inspectionsof 80; charges; each
From Page 1) sewage disposal plant, said would be deducted from Worthington and
councilman Bill White. the sewage disposal plant to Raiford, $3,000 from Lake
"Further cuts will have to and tennis courts. Architect correct any deficiencies that from the city's state revenue Butler with the county makingup

16gc 29 Cr come from other budget items Craig Salley had estimated an may exist to alleviate the sharing funds. Mayor John the difference," Mrs.

+ Lb. to make up the $12,500 amount 01 The$15,400 lowest for bid the "Well, now I have taken problem of obnoxious odors.In Shaw suggested that council' Minshew j said.Preliminary.
remainder but I not project. recent months individual action on the matter be
am sure steps to alleviate the problemto estimates
at this time just where they received the came to $16,355. which you refer by appointing members of the council have delayed until the. county indicated that the total cost
for and
will be made," Cason said. $6,690 gymnasium of received the commissioners took some
one our city em- complaints on would be in the. neighborhoodof
Indian River "72 percent of the school $9,665 for the included tennis courts. ployees to make a daily in- obnoxious odors, and one of action, and that it would $5,000 for the southern,
The $15,000 the be
ins probably feasible to work
operating budget is of the the reasons advanced Was the
composed spection sewage exposure, three walled and
,
for the
current budget lighting out kind
of teacher salaries leaving us disposal plant In an effort to over-taxed facilities of the some of an intergovernmental roofed compound for stray
eliminated
in the
with a relatively small projects was correct those deficiencies," Reception and Medical Centerat agreement animals. '
Big Naval amount of maneuverabilitysince expenditure cutbacks responded Mayor John Shaw. Lake, Butler, originally between the two bodies on The commissionersdeferred

all teachers are under recommended by Supt. Cason. designed ,to care for'approximately | building inspection services.. action on their shareof
Foister also status -Advised RD.
ORINGES99ccoz. contract. For us to have to gave a 850 personnel, Lawrence of the costs until a more exact
reduce the operating budget in report on the heating and air The' city council, plagued but current records indicate the council's past action with' figure had been determined on

the seventh month of conditioning projects at Lake with consistent and unending that the facility presently hasa reference to the proposed the total cost, to be deter-
operations is almost an im- Butler Elementary and the reports of an obnoxious and varying population of 1,000to construction of a dog pound mined at a later date.

possible task and completely Middle School. Preliminary offensive problem 1,200 people to provide for, and said that $3,000 had been "Well, what do know.
figures indicated that the total emanating from the included in the current budgetto ya
city'sMoratorium.
draining our reserve fund to permitting a back-up on thecity's I've found out more in the last
would be in the
cost be
neigh- applied to constructioncosts
do is "
so particularly bad, sewage disposal five minutes about the dog
borhood of and that
$127,000 and authorized Coun-
Cason said.< ... facilities, which allowed the situation than I have in the
would
final specifications' cilwoman Sharon Minshew to
obnoxious odor' "
problem to last five
A tabulation of bids from perhaps be ready by January persist. appear before the county months, citizen
49o (From Page 1) Lawrence said.Members .
TANGERINES four companies for 60 new 28. "Everything is being done commissioners to give theman of the canine

band uniforms were reviewedby -Approved a budget Holden, Barbara L. Powell, that can be done, and with, updated report on the committee in addition to Mrs.
the board: Stanbury &Co. amendment to transfer the proposed project.
Woodrow Wilson Bailey, daily inspections of the plant Sharon Minshew are county
$4,968; Merchants Tailors accountability of school lunch Albert Eugene Barnes, by one of our own employeesis -Decided not to reinstallthe commissioner Paul M. Riherdof
BANANAS t $4,794; Rollins Company funds into the general fund of Millard Cecil Brown, Roy F. the only thing that wecan do traffic signal on Main Lake Butler Mayor Elmer
$4,647 and Harrison UniformCo. the county administration.They Street at the street intersection -
Hall,Virgil M.Jordan,DonaldJ. to alleviate the problem, Wallace of Raiford and
t l ,' ,., 3015. A statement from will no longer be handledas Martin, Joseph' A. Mc- Shaw said. by the Farmers and Garnet Dukes of Worthington
11111"I the band director accompanied internal accounts at the Dealers Bank.
12" I
lIiI Swain, Joel Roberts, and The council agreed to go Springs.
"
Lb. I' '! ..' the bids recom- separate schools, Cason said.
"': James Chalker Saunders. ahead with plans to pave a 60 x
;'
I'' ,,1,1&I w, ill.I. mending an award to the -Approved an applicationfor
... -Okayed the final 80 foot area at the rear of the
pay
"
'i h" low federal
second bid of the Rollins impact funds
: of Allison hall
,:<1 request Distributing city building. CouncilmanT.S.
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J \ Company for$4,647 which was applying to 16 students of the Co. of $7,016 on the operations Thomas estimated the
$1,632 more than the low bid. county schools whose parentsare
SUNBEAMBREAD complex building. cost of the project would be
,,i It was.assumed that the low in the military service or Okayed) $25,000 paymentto approximately $800. Openingsfor
bidder had not met employed by,certain federal DAH Construction Co and Following' the completion of

specifications for the new agencies. The ,,>county will $2,088 to Architect Don the paving a 30 x 30 buildingwill
3E2.1i uniforms and it was unclear receive approximately $1,500on Morgan for the paving and fill be constructed to house
from the bid just what type of approval of the application.The .dirt at the operations center. the two emergency service veterans
uniforms would be furnished.The Union County 'Okayed) a $508 payment to vehicles operated by Union.
Wv Now Have Farmbvat company had failed to Teachers Organization an-' Morgan for the fence at the Ambulance Service.'Councilwoman .
submit material samples as nounced to the board .they operations center and $510 to Margie

ICE CRERMNorman's the other bidders had. were undertaking a project to Morgan on thehy&aulic lift at Cason said she was very muchIn for the most
Member Dobbs motion to improve communications the operations center. favor of the paving project
accept the Rollins bid for between teachers: and parentsof
Okayed) the second pay and suggested\ the area be
$4,647 failed to receive a exemplary and outstandingwork request of Aetna Mechanical marked off and designated as
Farm second and the bids were performed in the Contractors for the new HV- a city parking area.
tabled for further study.In classroom by school children. AC systems at Starke and In other matters, the importantparttime
Parents will l be advised by Southside Schools.
council:
Produce other
Market matters at
teachers through use of a"HappyGram"
-Withheld until
Monday -Decided
Tuesday's meeting, the school to stand pat on
com- close out payments of$3,000 to the city's $2 month
per gar-
617 IM. Temple Avc.9646O71 boardHeard: a report from Billy munication sheet setting forth Contractor Ernest Triest and bage pick-up charge. A ;
the conditions whereby a childis
to architect
$4,615 Morgan for
recently concluded audit
Ray Foister on bids receivedfor
Open Mon-Sat recognized for an out- Phase 3 of Bradford High.The report indicated that the

lighting the gymnasium standing performance. board reported a faultv .fire expenses and labor for the in America.

alarm system which goes off garbage service were quite a
each time the current comes bit more than the revenues !!
back on after it has been off. received by the city. The
-Approved a $1,951 change auditor had recommendedthat r'----------------' '

GUARANTY order to Aetna to aircondition.and rates be raised by an I understand that the Army National Guard has a part-lime job
FEDERAL'STAX heat the administrativesuite amount to at least equal the r I'
for and .
men women veterans.With plenty of benefa too.That 1 can
an oversight at Starke in Elementary the HV-AC, service.expenses of the garbage I start at the same pay grade 1 had in Ihe Anny up 10 E-7.Like anE4 JII I;,

with 4 can earn over$60.00 for one _____
work years
at the two
SHELTERED RETIREMENT PLANS elementary -Received notice by letter r weekend a inonth.The retirement credits i II
schools which _
was brought to
from Gateway Utilities that '
the attention of the board a monthly service charges I ...the chance 10 lead..the life insurance- nar_ I,,
aU are important me.So Is serving
few weeks ago.Okayed would be increased from $225 r my t NATIONAL I
country as a civilian-soldier.Send me more
a fee Increase to GLJARD
$263 per month. The
TAILOR MADE A RETIREMENT PLAN FOR from $75 to$125 per course at company performs a I details iI r rI
the v -tech center for the chemical testing and sam- I
I.I I.
PLAN DESIGNED FOR. WAGE EARNERS NOT
heavy equipment training pling service twice a week on
SELF EMPLOYED PEOPLE PARTICIPATING IN ANY course. the city's sewage disposal I Name l lI I: .
-Delegated Board Member
OTHER RETIREMENT PLAN. Pat Spengler and Deputy plant.Authorized the inclusionof I I.I I.

Supt. W. L. Kilpatrick to investigate additional liability insurance I Telephon. Age 5..a : I

funding. coverage of the city's

THE -Named Craig Salley & streets and sidewalks with an II Adde.. _, .il
IRA Associates of Gainesville annual premium of $428 for ".' \....." : '
project architect for the
the
coverage.
board's $1.2 million in I I IL
KEOGHPLAN con- -Deferred action on a CII)' Sta.e. ZIp
struction planned at BHS and request for water and sewer _ =i
_- - -
INDIVIDUAL t the middle school this year. connections to property owned
The board will negotiate rates
( by John Whitehead at SR-231
RETIREMENT PLAN I with Salley on Monday at 5 and 4th Avenue, pending the SSG John Wayne Hersey
p.m. In order of the board's receipt of an easement on the
preference Salley's firm was property to be prepared by National Guard Armory
first, Moore, May, and
Attorney Hal Y. Maines.
If you're Self Employed, If you are a wage .earner not Harrington of Gainesville -Took no action 01the\ 720 Edwards, Starke, Fla. '32091

Ask about Guaranty Federal's participating in a retirement second Associates: and of Owen Sanford Kelley was and appointment of a city building

new tax free Retirement Plan Plan JL 1IIio JIII. :IItIIII, [ A.iIi. [ 1110.
-- ask about Guaranty third.Recognized the Bradford

385W.MadlsonSta Federal's IRA [Individual Education Association as the

Come by: Retirement Account] official bargaining agent of.
Stark the county's teachers after
BEA President Louise Koren
IVFREE
that BEA Is
reported properly

Call or visit any Guaranty Public registered Employees with the. Relations state's

"

Federal office for details.ESLK Commission.-Opened food bids for French Fries

February and turned them .
I over to Mrs. Betty Brannen

and report staff to the to board tabulate at Mon-and Present this Coupon at McDonald'sIt

day's special meeting. '

A -Received from M. A. ,, Entitles you to a ,regular Serving of
.,
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data
Payne new personnel ,
-
forms compiled on the board's I I Crisp- Golden Brown French Fries.
GF Guaranty Federal computer equipment.Was ,
told the food service
Redeemable at
department is in the black Only

Savings and Loan Assoc. through Dec. 31 of this school McDOn81C1_
year by $3,7%, and that the 802> S:.Wnut Start"X '

",113 deficit from last year Off*fxp/rM/ Jan 30. 197&
Is reduced by that amount. 2
-Set a date Monday at'S
p.m. for the final inspection of
the new operations center and / \ /

bus barn. -,
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