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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 23, 1975
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven'y'''


' 06th Year STARKE. FLORIDA Cents

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%. + STARKE Struggling to avoid personal conflicts, the full

,Board of Trustees of Bradford County Hospital upheld 3-2 t

I 4 .Y Tuesday night, Jan. 21, the acceptance of the resignationof
4p Ralph Turlington
', former Administrator George Canova.

+ The board was also told by its attorney, Richard Welty,

there is no conflict of interest with hospital present and

J: i former board members who are related to officers of a corporation Address 1975 J

Hospital Services of Florida, Inc., selling inhal- .'
a k+ ption therapy equipment and treatment services to the

hospital. Welty said his opinion that no conflict of interest

His present is based primarily on the fact, that bids were Chamber

i services supplies by HSF, and because the BanquetCommissioner

relationship of board members to the corporate officers in '
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Question is indirect. of Education Commissioner Turlington is

,Officers of HSF are Randal E. Hodges son of former Ralph D. Turlington will be the 16th person to serve as

JBCH board member E. W. Hodges; Joan F. Canova wifepf the featured speaker at the Florida' Chief State School
former 28th Annual Dinner Meeting of Officer; and has a record of
administrator
T r ms hospital and Robert L. DoddTofjOcala
the Starke-Bradford County public service closeto
N', NN ','4 1 brother of Board Member Bill Dodd of Starke. Chamber of Commerce to be 28 years as educator spanning, legis-
o ij Hodges, who resigned from the BCH board when electedto held Friday, January 31 at lator and businessman. His

: the county commission. was present at Tuesday night's 7:15: p.m. at ,the Starke. total of almost 24 years con- i,"
meeting. Wnman'ft. filth tinuous legislative service is a '\\ji.

"Why are you directing this 'after hearing gossip on the modern-day Florida legislative
record.When he resignedto
to meD Dodd asked the street.
become the Commissioner
board. !"I don't own Inhalation Mrs. Inez Green, BCH board
of Education, he was known as
it'L4i an secretary, said she learned
Therapy, apparent the "Dean" of the House, had
{referral to HSF, Inc. the identity of the HSF ofH. ""
held all the legislative
A top
.. fleers "in the drugstore from
received
Graders Plant Tree Dodd vociferously denied a prominent citizen" who sug- positions, more
Starke Elementary 1st : awards for distinguished ser
and she check the out.
f any wrong doing any congested story vice and voted on more Indivi-
necUon between he and the "I didn't believe it," Mrs.
First graders at all five elementary schools In Bradford Orlando at 7:30 a.m. Friday to make it to Starke In time to dual roll calls than any other
Green said
HSF he
thehad
,
saying
corporation presenting
County planted their own dogwood tree In observance of dig the hole for the dogwood tree planted at Starke Elemen-' checked the situation out (See Page 9) legislator in Florida's history.
Arbor Day last Friday during five programs sponsored by tary. ''i t Turlington's legislative Interests -
the Starke Junior'Woman's Club. The Junior Women told the youngsters about the Impor, s ,were'I'' education and
tance of trees in their. annual tree The finance andi during his 12 *
"Last year's first grade planted a tree right over there. planting ceremony. ,
_ '-.' 'e_. SB Principal Carl Clark told the assembled'students.' "And dogwood trees were donated by the three local nurseries '", Fate Or..bawteyWater : ,4 ":-y arai,.ecvk1cw4ne >lou\ SitJ; *b
they think of that tree'a* their very own. This will be your 'Cooper's Nursery, Florida Pest Control and Rosier' Nur' I, 'Education legislation'-.he co'a:

tree." Supt. Jim Temple hit the road from a conference:. :In ,sery. introduced 'estab
,,lashing and expanding Flo-

System To system rida's community and worked for college the

CutApproved :;tT1 establishment of new State
$90,000 universities at Pensacola,
Tampa. Miami, Boca Raton
Orlando and Jacksonville and
y 4 Be Decided Tues. the construction of area voca-

Ralph tional-technical centers
Turlington
In LAWTEY With the crucial Spearheaded by the 'firemen throughout the State.A .
t native of Gainesville he is
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Lawtey special election only Lawtey residents favoring
four days away, the Lawtey the water system have active in community affairs,
1 1iI Wrecks
Volunteer Fire Department is held two meetings in the past t 2 is a member of the Exchange'Club

stressing the need for a municipal week in support of the project, Gainesville Chamber of
SchoolFunds water system, as and a final pre-election meet Commerce and Committee of
x demonstrated last Thursday ing will be held at the fire ReportedIn 100, and is a deacon of the
night when firemen ran out of house Monday night at 7:30. First Baptist Church of

STARKE A plan to trim Biggest single item on the water while fighting to save a Jordan urges all citizens in Gainesville. He served in the'
$90,000 from its budget in the "cut list" was $28,000 in burning residence just East of terested in obtaining a water Army during World War II
next five months from its $3 salaries Supt. Temple expectsto Lawtey. system to attend this impor StarkeThree and was recalled to active
the Korean
duty during conflict -
million-plus operating was save by using members of "We had to get extra water tant meeting.In He is married to the
presented to the Bradford his administrative staff to fill from 2-inch the other of received
a pipe at Com- phase preelection persons former Ann Gellerstedt of
School Board Monday night by in for teachers who quit .or t munity Correctional Center," activIty City Clerk possible injuries as a result of Atlanta Georgia.
Supt. Jim Temple various types of leave duringthe raC! :R Fire Chief M. M. (Butch) Lucille Shuford stressed the ,a wreck totaling $3,600 in "We are indeed fortunate to

Calling for cuts in expendi next four months of school. Smokey the Bear made a hit with first graders at Starke Jordan said, "but it took us fact that no additional fee of damages Monday at the Inter- have a man of his caliber to
tures in about a dozen areas Intent is that some of the find 22 Elementary Friday morning when he appeared at Arbor Day about 10 minutes to fill our $15 will have to be paid by section of Stare Street speak on this occasion, particularly .
administrative may soon ceremonies. But the big brown bear of the Florida Division of tanks, and that could mean those who have signed up for and US-301 in accord- at a time when state
which committee which
a on
Board Member, Arthur themselves in the classroom. Forestry stuck It out until he had shaken the hand of every the difference between savingor '''water service. Mrs. Shuford, ing to the Starke Police revenues are down and educa-

Gaskins served, This'and other budget child., losing a home." '(See Page) partment. tion funding is being reduced.His .
recommended
items, trimmed to cut three Virginia Meadows Starling, talk should be of interestto
the report was percent of the operating 33,Starke, was the driver of a educators and laymen
adopted by the school board budget because the 1970 Oldsmobile when the car "
money alike states
which after a members lengthy sought discussion details In won t be forthcoming from the Compromise Was Not OfferedOn went into the path of a 1974 George, Pierce, president Attorney of

of the cuts. state, were adopted by the Vega driven by Stephen H. the local chamber.
board. The holdback in state Erhard 30, of Jamestown, The annual meeting will
Motion to the $90,000was
recoup
by Board Member Art funds previously budgeted New York. also be the occasion for the Induction -
resulted from a statewide dip Virginia Starling was at- of Chamber Officers
Holliday, and was in tax collections tempting to make a left turn
particularlythe Unauthorized School Audit and Governors for 1975.
approved.BHS
unanimously sales and gas taxes.. from the north bound lane of William S. Glover will be
$9 ,OOO is Bradford County's 301 when the Vega collided installed as president, Harold
w. "' MY14' i7aMalale pro-rated share of the cut STARKE An explanation "I'm certainly not that Board Member Arthur that fees collected must be with the car and veered to hita Davis as president-elect, with
>rrn Tier back. of his $7,000 audit stupid" stated Mrs. Spengler, Gaskins voted against payingthe spent on the students who paid third car parked at the stop Mrs. Sandra Reddish and
Supt. Temple told the school accounts and the food service meaning that if a compromisehad entire $7,000.At the fees. He also instructedthe sign of Washington Street Freeman Register, III serving
board of the necessity of the department was given been offered she wouldn't the meeting Tucker read board on the proper proce- according: to Officer J. L. as vice-presidents and John
cutback the previous Monday Monday night by Accountant have missed it. entirely through both audit dure to use when the FFA Howard. Bradley as treasurer..
e night, got permission to cut off Neil Tucker to the Bradford Tucker, when asked Tues- reports, including: the vo-tech raffles off a steer for charity. Both cars were traveling Newly elected Governors to
purchasing last Tuesday School Board., day night, denied that he had school: report which states the The internal accounts should about 20 miles per hour at the serve three year terms are:
morning, and came up with Board members listened to offered a compromise figureon school had made purchases be reimbursed the market point of impact. Virginia Mrs. Lillian Pearson, Judge
the recommendations to cut Tucker read the two reportsand the extra $3,500 the from a company in which the value of the steer, Tucker Starling was charged with Elzie Sanders, J. E. Tomlinson -,
the $90,000 by working his asked questions.Two previous week. Tucker said he school's former director, Bill/ said. He also said birth, death, violation of the right of way. Gerald Williams, Dale
Wrestlers staff all day Monday. Deputy board members fired expected a reprimand from Dampier, has an interest. and sales records of FFA Another, wreck that occurred Brown and Dr. Richard i
-vs- Supt.W. L. Kilpatrick said the back at Telegraph news ac- the board for not approachingthe Dampier resigned from the farm animals for auditing Saturday at 3:21 a.m Odom.

Buchholi committee worked five hours counts of Jan. 16 which stated board when he had used up vo-tech directorship several purposes. was a 1972 Ford that over- Tickets for the dinner at$5 a .
Monday ,to find the budget that Tucker had ,offered a the first $3,500, and that was weeks ago and has been The auditor was more turned on US-301. The driverof can be obtained at the'
Sat.Jan. 2S, 10a.m. trimming items. compromise on the half of the what he meant by his reassigned as an instructor in critical of food service accounts the car, ,Mary Ann Chamber person of Commerce Of.'
BHS OymMerchant's Other cuts Included drop- $7,000 bill which the board did reference to "eating half the the new high school: ROTC where he said daily Graudon, 24, of Starke five 202 S.Walnut Street until,
ping the $17,000 reserve fund, not authorize but went ahead' goat." program. meal tickets were not kept In escaped major injury. January! 24. '
----- cutting staff development and paid. Both Members J. T. Both Parrish and Mrs. 'Board member Pat such a way that the total Graudon traveling 5pm.
opportunities in which Parrish and Mrs. Pat Spengler were aroused by Spengler asked if purchasesfrom number of meals served could Miss when was she -
Assn.Meeting teachers may earn credits Spengler said they did not what they termed an incorrect! the two companies in determined. Tucker said 'north on fell 301 and lostcontrol apparently 'Co.CommissionersDraw
toward renewing certificatesby take Tucker's comments newspaper account, and which Dampier had an interest cafeteria managers were not the asleep vehicle. .
Jan 21,.pm. $5 000, and lowering utility "that he ,would eat half the phone calls and anonymous had increased from the informed and cited the new of
Cham of Com. Bldg.. ,bills by 5000., goat" as an offer of com letters they received criticiz previous year. centralized food service bookkeeping ; Assignment,

State Atty,Gone In a three page report to the' promise.Parrish. ing their, previous week's _"Yes," was Tucker's reply. system he installed Union DumpsTo STARKE Chairman Dave
Whltworth.speakerChamber board Supt. Temple and his said he knew no action. minor last December as' causing Shuford of the' Bradford +
staff instructed principals to compromise was being of- "I pay my public bills and I Only made Tucker suggestionswere on the some problems by its County Commissioners has
1----- find ways to cut down on use of fered, that Tucker had con- pay my private bills on time" internal accounts by accounts of newness., Be Closed_ announced the appointment of
electricity by cutting off heating sulted with him prior to the Mrs. Spengler stated, saying clubs and : kept Bookkeeping records In the the following commissionersto
of Commerce systems during hours of no i previous week's meeting at she will stand by her motion to organizations food service program ,were LAKE BUTLER Clerk the '
on
by each school and which are serve standing committees -!
Annual Dinner school. Phone calls are to be which Mrs. Spengler moved pay the $7,000 auditing bill. not of the school board'sbudget. carelessly kept,no one person Robert A. Driggers an- for 1975:
part nounced last week that he had
MNHngFrldayJan.31 closely monitored. Purchases and Parrish seconded the Tucker should have come to was responsible, cafeteria W. Roberts
I Tucker recommendedthe from the George Jr -
of supplies are to be limited motion to pay the $7,000 bill the board but did not, she board make managers were not bonded received notification Roads and Highways. ''
Tucker presented.' The bill said. Supt. Temple told an exceptionto and there was poor communication : Department of Pollution .
Hiring only eight guidance' but its policy of not cashing central office Control of the closing of the Ralph P. Bryan Mosquito
7!15p.m.., was twice the$3,500 the school Tucker to go ahead, didn't between Health and
counselors,' instead of nine checks from Internal accounts: four garbage dumps used In Control Welfare;,
Woman's Club as board authorized last year for agree with the accountant on and the cafeterias. Tucker I and and
planned, made for a saving of: audits of school internal ac 'an amount. When the work specifically for athletic events reported. Union County, but a temperary -' Hospital, .Rescue. *
'' .. :.c-.. when officials: request their had been granted E. W. Hodges,: Jr. '. Motor't'
$ .000. Limiting bus trips to counts and food, service I was done, there was no alternative .' 1' All Tucker's recommendations i,' permit ", Vehicle' ,
those '' pay in cash. The ) 'for their use until June 30.. ,InspectionCivil I oJ .
events already
con- but to the bill, thelnterna have been implemented, '
program. pay
QHjr tracted for will lower the "What does.lt look like?" Mrs. Spengler said. write checks from Business Manager,* Eddie Negotiations and paper' ;.Defense' Zoning and Land, "

Matt budget by 2500. Only contracted Parrlsh demanded of a Telegraph ', '''If I have a debt, I'm darn account at Bradford High, Douglas told the board after work baa been completed with Use, Recreation, and, MunteKpalities. ; I
then cash the check from gate Owena-IUinois the of t .,1 "t. ,.tv-
for on use a ;
trips athletics will "
reporter when a newsstory sure 01118 to pay it, said the auditor's report was $::1 t
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Dave PauUt "
'\ aoe..aN....a rww.i ua be allowed a stipulation to reads that, a compro- Board Member Art Homoay, ,receipts at ball games. That is made. Douglas said he acted ten-acre landfill site north of : Agriculture ? .
r..... '. ,which Board Member J. T.' ,mise was offered and then the third board member to vote to contrary to board policy at on a verbal report from Lab Butler and-' operations'1. Faire.
pse.....taw iva.e era., Parrish objected, saying ath-' school board approve theentire pay, the doubled auditing bill. '.present,. Tucker: pointed out.Tucker Tucker prior to receiving the will begin i '' there",' .soon/- ".,.:and County"t'A" t ,
said irf'
(See.Page 4) $7,000 bill" Chairman Rodney Hall and cautioned.the board written report' DrlaM'S *&.t \
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Shriners New BanquetC. OfficersAt Install CoF 9cthii97d 7 lffJr WJ!



II. Nasworthy was installed ulilor

Shrine Club president Saturday of the night Starke ala lilar_ i 9 001 __., _ocirly______964-7608___________________ .. __ 'T ... ___ ';"'--

held at t the
i banquet!
Woman's. Club of Starke Reception Honors The Don Statons Sunday Afternoon I IThc
'John) .Ek of the Morocco
Temple ol Jacksonville installed Reverend and Mrs. Don Mrs Fred Brown and Introduced The refreshment table was
I the following officers Slaton and sons of Tampa, to Mr and Mrs Stolon covered with u while cutworK t
to M'rI ith Mr. Nasworthy: who moved to Starke in early and their sons, Timmy and cloth and centered with an \
C .F. B.iteman, first vicepresident December to serve at the Jimmy. arrangement of pink and .
; D. E. Nettles, First Christian Church, were white seasonal (lowers und '.
M''ond'i'epl'esid'nt; Mac honored at a reception Sunday candles. At one end of the
Baldwin. secretary; and P. D. afternoon from 2 to 4 p.m. Adrienne WeltyCelebrates table was a silver coffee ser der $;
Faiifhcr.' Jr,. treasurer the members of the '
given by '
vice and lit the other cnd'I'e w4 1,
church 6th trays ol cakes, nuts ami mints. s 4
Guests were greeted by k
Deese Patray Jan. 18
BCH Auxiliary Monteen Brewer- Birthday
The punch table was centered
EngagementMr
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Moss-Maust with u crystal! punch bowl t
Jon 27 Little Adrienne Welty celebrated
Meeting Steve FutchEngagement
and Mrs Richard .E.Decse her sixth birthday encircled with fern ,- s Srry
\ ol Rail ord announce the The L Bradford'County ToldMr. Wedding TonightMr. Saturday when her parents,
and
engagement marriage ol their approaching daughter\, Hospital Auxiliary will hold its Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Welty gavea .!Mrs. Robert !laws and Mrs! ,
Louise general meeting Monday and Mrs William F. luncheon and birthday partyfor !Homer Hart presided at the
Sandra to Lucian Keith
and !Mrs II. W Brewer. her and 16 little friends.
Moss of Starke the !
Jan. 27, announce
night at 7:30
1'a tray, son ol :Mr. !and :Mrs. : p.m in coffee service Mrs. din
ol Heights announce
Krnie'Don: : I'ull'uuf Sljrke.The the( Methodist\ Fellowship: Keystone approaching marriage of their The youngsters enjoyed Williams and Mrs. Virgil
will Hall. The Teenage Volunteerswill the engagement of their daughter, Elaine,. to Bill games with prizes and playedin Jordan poured! punch and it
take
wedding place daughter, Monism, to Steve the the
hostesses. Maust, son of Mr. and Mrs. yard during party )
serve as Mrs Smith LJeVoc served
July 11 at (li:11I:: ) pm. in the Kutch" son of Mr. and Mrs. M. John Hensley of Jacksonville.The hours.A the ,l 1
First Church of cake Serving as! lloor hostesses k
Starke. Baptist Benton Futch of) Starke. wedding will take place pink color motif was were !Mrs. CieruldGrilfis
Put in two' cents' Thursday Jan. 23, at 6:00: carried out with arrangements J
your !Mrs. Chel Larrabt-e,
All Iriends and relatives of The wedding is planned for
of Valentines and
worth.and it costs in the Pine Level Baptist roses.
eight p.m Mrs John Shanbargor and
the couple are invited to at. March 14 in the Grace Baptist balloons for I lie
cents these days to mail it Church. occasion.. Mrs Otis McKinney
tend. Church of Starke. l
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i bride. punch howls I The cake table

Broyhill Secretary or :f' ':(,;; f:' ;f 'J< ' .y/"'>," ').". <'.:"':; > \ 2 PC Black Vinyl I was enteredilli. a'i three I
and t Ihe tiered wedding cake, (opped l I
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Styling Blue Floral t Print Fabric Ui ,punch
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Service ::{; ; ',.+ .,, }:: .R Jr Rru73h: < personal injury class ol)Irons'73. The Bradlord groom I High graduated (

Bed or Sofa School:class ol 73: and is
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Olive Tweed 139 :: GOOD SELECTION : $ \ cmplovcd at\ lAd'ont in
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January 23: 1175! TKLKGKAIMI rage:


Jones-James Hallmark in ] 3 Robberies Reported By City Polic Intangible Tax Due State Now

Florida Intangible taxpayers The Department has mailed
Wedding Feb. 22 In Brooker Three robberies took place was taken from the boat and will receive a substantialtax returns! to approximately.
aa in the city over the weekend, the investigation is pending, break this year, according 280.000()( individual taxpayers.
Mr. and Mrs. Jonesof I according to reports from the according to Starke Investi- to the Department of They are instructed to list and
Bobby Starke Police Department gator George Tomasovitch. Revenue, and the 1975 Intan- value their intangible pro-
Brooker announce the
$54 in change was taken gible tax is due now. December 31st
engagement of their daughter, Two of them were Friday from Griffis Grocery after the Each person filing may sloe using market prices then
Kathryan Mane? to James night when a $300 outboard subject or subjects pried the claim a $20,000 exemption. A deduct the exemption. The taxis
Samuel Hallmark, son of Mrs. motor was stolen and Griffis
front door and crawled husband and wife filing jointly
open due at (the rate of $1.00 per
Marie Hallmark, and the late .
Grocery on East Brownlee through a window in front of may claim $40,000< ) even if only $1,000 on the remaining ,1
Hallmark of
James Brooker. Street was broken into. Joe'sSaw the building to enter, Joe'sSaw one of them actually owns the assets. No payment is
The wedding is planned. for Shop was broken into Shop was broken into Only individuals
February 22. intangibles. required if the I f Individual's tax
Sunday night. night and two saws entitled to the exemption. r
are
r value computes to $:> or less.
The outboard motor was taken.
at $110 were Businesses and fiduciariesmay is effective I
The
i, taken from the front yard of Both of these robberies wore not claim this exemption exemption
+0GThiel with the 1975 tax.
NO.OnAOM0 Mr. C. Hall on Adkins Street. handled by Captain Jlarold
The motor, an 18 HP EvinrudeMr. Crews. .
YoJ(.ow,.. .
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,Mr. and'Mrs. Marion
\ and Mrs. Marc Jackson Mrs Annie Couriers of Jacksonville -
Harrington and daughters of and family were .in Williston and Mrs\ Aric Sykesof 17 why
Ormond Beach the reasons
spent 1t Sunday visiting relatives Yulcc were last Thursday you
weekend with Mr. and Mrs C.
1 dinner guests:( ot Mr\ and Mrs\
N. Christy. Tullie Norman.i should
.. come to us
Mrs H. B. McLendon of
Mr.and Mrs. Jack Rose and I Mrs Myrtle IJondy (oi Jacksonville
Orlando and Mrs. William
Frank Barrett of Hollywoodand Meng\ and daughter, Dana ol is spcMulm several! for income tax help.Reason .
Mrs. James Starling and days with Mr.\ and Mrs. K. W,
J'YoJ"w ., ,. rr St. Petersburg are spendingthis
Mrs. Norma Redding of
week with E. L. Matthewsand I Hayes ill Kingsley Lake. Tim
Lawtey were last Wednesday family. Hayes also had as Sunday 5. If the IRS should call you
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Williamsof visitors of Mr, and Mrs. Louin guests Mrs. Kic-hard Chamberlain
in for audit H & R Block will
Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Redding. Local admittances to Bradford ol Lansing. Mich. an go
Richard Williams of 4' County Hospital this Mrs. K. M V online' and son. with you, at no additional cost. Not
Tallahassee, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. W.:W. Sellers of Bur- week Include: Mrs. Wordna Bobby,ol Sarasota, 11rs,1.. A. as a legal representative. but we
John Williams of Gainesville, lington, N. C. and Mrs. J. K. \ Prevatt, Mrs. Marilyn Thorn- Weekly ol Ocala and Milton:
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Williams of Crowson of Columbia, S. C. \ ton, Mrs Amanda Blackburnand Weekly; ol I Davtona ('m'h. can answer all questions about how
Savannah, Ga., Mr. and !Mrs. were weekend guests of Mr. Russell Johnson, Lawtey; your taxes were prepared.
Milton Keaton and Mr and and Mrs: Claude Crowson. Mrs. Alma Hough, Mrs. Col.'and Mrs. J, A. (iiillin
Mrs. Charles McQuaig of Wilma McDaniel, Steven attended the luneral ol ;an
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Waycross Ga. and Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Canova returned Fuqua Mrs Lauretta Schultz, uncle, Ira Dennis, in
Mrs. Mack Williams of Starke 'Saturday from two weeks visit Mrs\ Stella O'Neal, Mrs. Wauchula S.idird.i.vMr. ; .'.
and their families were with her sister, Mrs. James Penny Robinson, Mrs. Helen .
Sunday night supper guests of Otto, in Seminole. f,tt Mersereau and Mrs. Mar and IMis. J. K. II/,ink
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Godwin I&u + _' garet Howard, Starke; John attended 1 a laic\u!l dinner
following the Debra Henry- Mrs. Kate Sheppard is visit- Ford, Melrose; Clarence party 1'01'.1\11'. and Mrs. J. It.
Frank Williams wedding ing her sister, Mrs. Eula lagan I Graham; Mrs. Wilson Saturday in Jacksonville -
Sunday, afternoon. The oc- Hollingsworth, in Fort White Marilyn Mack, Robert Strick- at the homo ol !Mr. and
casion celebrated the 48th this week. land, Jr., and Mrs. Florin Mrs Dick \\hitlinuton with
wedding anniversary of Mr. Becker Keystone Heights; Mr. and Mrs.\ Ll'unanll\llI-oh\' .
and Mrs. Mack Williams.Mr Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Hamilton LuAnn Hansen and Leon S. Trlest Mrs.\ Elda Gerkins, Waldo; as co-hosls.
attended the funeral of her Revel Me Adams, Hampton;
and Mrs. H. 6.$ Dansby'were brother-in-law, John Grizzle, Repeat Vows In Vero Wedding ,Mrs\ Shirley Padgett Max-\ Kevin Crawford ol (Ocala! E34 L ABLOICKTHE
Monday evening supper in Winder, Ga. Tuesday.Mr. Mile, Miss Bonnie Bajles, spent the \\e'kl'IHIith -Ins
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edward LuAnn Martha Hansen, Meccarello and Itoxann Melrose\ grandmother Mrs W II.hart INCOME TAX PEOPLE
Davis in Gainesville, and Mrs. J. D Yeager daughter of Mrs. Henry Hansen Ketch. ,
attended the Red Cross of of Vero Beach, and LeonS. Following a short weddingtrip Mrs. Clyde B. Terwillegar,
Mrs. L. J. Green visited her Constantine !Masonic dinner Triest, son of Mrs. Inez the couple will reside in Jr. and Mrs. Curtis Sanders !Mr. and !Mrs, Walter" Stevenson 118 NORTH WALNUT
son Archie Green, in Miami. meeting in Clermont Saturday' Triest of Keystone Heights, Lakeland where the bride will attended the antique show at ol l.1iamll'l'e\{ Sumlav\ .
Ooen
last week. night. were married Saturday, Dec. be finishing her last year of the Civic Auditorium last to Tuesday guests ol Mr. and 9AM to 6 P M Monday thru Saturday Phone 964 8286

21 at 7 p.m. in the First, college at Florida Southern Friday, Mrs\ J. D. Seugi'i\*, NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY
Assembly of God Church in College. '
From Our Farm Vero Beach. The bridegroom will be Mrs Jerome Johns under-
the candlelight went surgery Tuesday -
Conducting employed by Snelling and -
ceremony were the Reverends Snelling Employment Agency morning in St, Vincent's
! Fresh Robert Atchley and Robey as a counselor.J'ijoJ"w. Hospital.
Herrick.. BALDWIN CHEVROLETOLDSOffers
Strawberriess s<' Poinsettias and greenery E4 Vincent St. John ol
highlighted the altar Jess iCharles' Charleston, S. C. visited his
\ Driskell provided the tradi- grandmother, Mrs. MildredSt.
Daily ;/
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tional wedding music and .John in Bradenton over the
I accompanied Jon Van Sciver weekend on her 81st birthday.
i Green ,GREENS and William Dake, soloists. Burton and Mrs. Vincent also visited his
Theresa Mengo of Port St. Mr. and Mrs
c Jefl'Schuler acted as best parents
CABBAGE T Mustards-Collards- 49 man and ushers were Tommy Lucie were; weekend guests of Richard St. John in Starke on
Triest brother of the groom Mrs. .J. M Barron. Sunday,
Turnips BunchIndian
Bob Dienst and Tom Hecr. Mr. and Mrs. Edward
The bride, wearing a gownof Pfiester and family and Chris-
TIIK: BRADFORD
embossed cotton, NSTAREBAIE
roses on
River tine Gatlin were camping at (Ol'STTEU'GRPII
cut in the empire style, highlighted -, Bulow Koa camp near Flagler Published
Thursda
sleeves with r. every
by long
Beach .over the weekend 1 Call ''
Extra Large I( side culfs, was given in ;at US W. Street ,

marriage by her brother. Pete Mr.\ and Mrs. Richard 'S. Starke, Florida S.'U'll

TANGELOS 79 Doz. Hansen.She carried a cascade of red John and daughter, Joy, Miss\ Second Class postage/( paid
Elizabeth Barrett and Miss\
at I Starke, FloridaSubscription
Large and white roses set in a casingof Wynette Joiner attended the
white chrysanthemums and Arthur Godlrey Horse Show in ,
: NavelORANGES her!floor length veil of illusionwas Jacksonville Kates:
bordered Friday night. I n trade area: $6.no per
890 in corresponding -
: lace year; 11.50six: months
roses.
I 2. Misses Anne Haynes and
The bride was attended by (of North
Debbie
her sister Sue Hansen At- Spengler Outside trade area: f 7.DOperjear )
Florida Junior College were : $..00 six months
South Fla. chley as her matron of honor, home for the weekend.
and attendants were Brenda
POLE BEANS C Triest. Jennifer Spor, and :
Ellen Stewart. I
39 They wore identical gowns : DeWitt C. Jones
TOMATOES Lb. highlighted by red velvet
bodices. The skirls were J
accenle- by red roses Hocked Funeral Home
Norman's Farm on white taffeta and they
carried hurricane lamp
STARKE PHONE 964-62OO
candles surrounded
by a ring
ol white chrysanthemums and RENTAL
Produce Market streamers ot red ribbon. HOSPITAL BEDS. WALKERS. WHEELCHAIRS BALDWIN WILL REDUCE
Assisting with the reception ft CRUTCHES
617 N. Temple Ave. which was held in the church KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
annex were Ann Whisenant, STICKER PRICEOn
964-6071 Open Mon-Saf Janell Triest, Connie Hunt, PHONE 473-3176
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BHS Closed Campus Policy ,

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STARKE Bradford High If he posts teachers on one months. There had been, to' "I've a feeling it's the same patrick. "If you stick your

School's present "closed part of the campus, students Jan. 15, 276 suspensions, 10 percent," Chairman Hall. hand in a stove and get it
campus" policy doesn't work leave campus at another, the mostly related to attendanceor said. Francis agreed. burned, sometimes you profitby
school officials admit, they principal said. If he posts tardiness, Francis "It seems like 10 percent is your mistake," he added.
say they aren't satisfied with teachers in front of the school reported. ruining the school and 90 per- The attendance percentage

it, but nobody knows what to along US-301, the heavily Seniors are the least I I cent is being punished,"' Hall means most students are
do about it. traveled bus area is left problem with skipping, the said in reference to a question obying the rules "mostly of
In a lengthy discussion Jan. unattended, or viceversa."In freshmen class the worst, the from Board Member Arthur their own volition," Supt Jim
15 with BHS Principal Charles the past four years I've 'principal said. He could poast Gaskins who asked if fencing Temple stated, also recommending -
Francis explaining the used various methods of keep- teachers as guards at all might help. permanent suspension -
problem to them, school board ing attendance. None has been places Francis said, but most Expel repeaters for the of repeat offenders. Both
members listened and asked completely successful," the educators feel that is not a remainder of the year, suggested Francis and Vo-Tech Director
questions. Only things nailed principal stated. Student part of their duty. Deputy Supt. W. L. Kil- Ted i Oglesby urged that a
down during the session were attendance in 1971-72 was 90,8 .student expelled from one
I Team Leaders At Middle SchoolTeam
that students do leave the percent, he said; in 72-73 it campus not be allowed to
campus during school hours was 91.7 percent, in 73-74 it SchoolFundsFrom rut. enroll in another school until
by the numbers and the school was 91.4 percent. This year . the following school year. leaden for the second' six weeks In the Bradford Middle School: Physical\. l Education;

board, according to Attorney attendance is running at 93.4 "I urge you to fight throughthis Department are (I.rI': .
Gene Shaw, faces at least percent, "But we have springto ,( Page 1): given with reports. problem," Francis told First row-Terry McCarthy 8, Dinky Kilby. 8, Danny IIildf>t>rait. 1, and Clayton Sellers 8.
some liability should a studentbe go." letics should be cut ac Parrish questioned if the the board. "Even if a student Second row-Dale Rogers 8, Joel Harold 8, Alan Ashline 8, George oiler., 7, KUhurd Smith 7,
injured off campus during Identifying students who cordingly. committee is going to remain loses a year, let him learn and Mike Teston 6. Third row-Tom Lock 8, Stephen Loznicka 8, Crttlg Scott, 7, and George
school hours. leave the campus legitimatelyfrom Temple pointed out that active, to keep searching for some responsibility." Canova, 6. '
Both Principal Francis and those who have no excuse salaries contracted for at the ways to trim spending. Chair- The board agreed to follow The team leader assist Coaches George Loper and Jerry Petrdla in the total physicaleducation

Attorney Shaw addressed the is a major problem, beginning of the school year man Hall echoed the suggestion through on the permanent program. The boys help with the roll call, skill Instruction, and in supervising. tho

school board after being Francis said. With streets on cannot be changed. An ad- .* expulsion of repeat offenders.The classes
requested to do so. Neither three sides of the BHS cam- ministrator moving into a The school board will meet past Monday night, Jan. i
offered clear The studentto again Monday night, Jan.. 27, the school board receivedits
answers. pus, it is simple for a classroom will receive the 20, '
board even discussed puttinga take a few steps, get into a same salary, but the board at 7 p.m. to hear a rate first case of a student Hospital Has $ $ Problems '
fence around the campus. car, and leave with someone, will save the salary of the proposal from the new archi recommended for permanent ,

Principal Francis maintained he said. teacher who is leaving, he ,tect. expulsion, a senior ,coed in-
that students should be taught Danger of students crossing pointed out. Temple said past In other action Monday volved in a fight in which STARKE "Some" said tary working on accounts col I leave the hospital how much
the board
responsibility.Some four-laned US-301 on the way history shows that five or six night, : razor blades were involvedand Auditor Albert H. Crippen of lection. Bill collection has ttiey'owe. '
643 students have to convenience store was teachers will quit during. the -Okayed purchase of a cutting occurred. The I'Gainesville when asked Tues- been combined with keepingthe Crippen said his yearly
legitimate reasons to be off mentioned by Board Chair- semester. $20,000 in equipment for 10 board set a hearing for Feb. 10 day night if the Bradford reception desk at BCH, but audit report will be completedby
the BHS campus during the man Rodney Hall. Francis The administrative staff at units of a $60,000 Individual at 7 p.m., with suspension to County Hospital has been the board has instructed that Jan. 31, a delay caused by
day, Francis said includingsuch agreed the problem should be the county level should be cut, Manpower Training System to be in force until then. The sending out statements in the the secretary be assigned the the lack of records because of f
activities as traveling eliminated but cited need for suggested Board Member Pat be taught in the vo-tech center board wants to )learn the full past :'ew months. single duty of collecting ac the inoperative bookkeeping

between the vo-tech and high supervision in other areas as Spengler. Supt. Temple by Gloria Lewellen who was details in the case before. Two bungling bookkeeping counts. machines. When the audit is

school campuses, working/ well. emphasized that administrative present to explain .the making a decision. I machines, one new BurroughsI Goal of the hospital,Crippen complete the board will know
going to the ag farm, driver s "Do you have any solutionto staff from all over the I program to the board. For the In his report on the board'sliability has been said, is to let patients or their the financial situation of the

education, ROTC, senior privileges offer?" Board Member Pat county, including his personal chase project the of board the okayed pur- if a student should be I(malfunctioning and one old families know before they hospital! Crippen said.Jr's .
10
and lunch asked. used training injured killed while
passes. Spengler staff, would be in the or on bookkeeping machine which
Some 100-125 students drive "If I did, I'd be using it," 1 classroom, if necessary. stations direct from Singer unauthorized absence from out, have caused the hospital -
cars to school. There are eight Francis replied. He added he Chairman Rodney Hall Corp., with no other bids, school, Attorney Shaw would 1 gave to be unable to produce a -
places within a few blocks of has been unable to devise a pointed out that in the past barring legal prohibition" of not say the school board wouldbe financial statement since Old SouthBarBQue

the campus at which studentscan system for keeping absences several years enrollment has "single source suppliers. held blameless. Some :September, said. He ,
get something to eat, the that the students haven't increased some 300 pupils but -Accepted Architect DonMorgan's local educators feel they ,had just received Crippen the October ,
principal pointed out. learned to circumvent in a few the number of school em- report that time would not be 'responsible ,statement he said Tuesday (
delay switches will be in- I
ployees has increased by under the law should a studentbe
stalled on the fire alarm night and said as far as he ,
while
Transparent Plastic about 100. system in the new BHS wingsIn injured disobeyingthe knew then the new Burroughs
"It's not only the central rules. But Shaw said it Is
staff that is fat The whole an attempt to stop the units his opinion that school offi- computer with is the now exception working properly of U. S. 301 964-5297

system is fat," Supt. Temple from going off when the power cials could be blamed unless with |
some -
problems programming
back
stated. comes on after an they exercise due care.
You don't know what
"These types of things outage. Morgan said that was Just what constitutes due your
the best he Meanwhile unpaid accounts
answer could find
Eas should be gone over closely In care was not established at :at BCH have been rising and
from the manufacturer -
Simplex until
preparation of the 75-76 the meeting. Shaw said the the bank account shrinking. missing you've tried
and other he
sources board in his would
budget, Board Member opinion,
After the final payroll this
est 't'tr quired. He would not .
Arthur Gaskins said to Mrs. have"some liability"should a
month the hospital will have
14-1 LI I I-
Easy guarantee. Saying Morgan student be while '
Spengler. and Contractor Ernest Triest injured :just about $6,000 left in cash Jr'sOldSouthBar :
US-301 In the
Parrish had from the outsetof crossing case
r have worked hard on the with some $30,000 on savings
Chairman Hall mentioned. He
the budget trimming
(deposit in a local bank. Had it
the board
report, pressed Supt. Templefor problem approvedfinal thinks there would be no
payments of $3,000 to .not been for $54,000 in county -Qua
in the of
details. The superintendent liability case a
tax monies coming to the -
Triest and $4,600 to Morgan
student home for lunch
responded by explainingeach going -
cash situation
hospital recently,
which had been
STORM U holding
but has
reservations about theboard's
budget verbally, saying
back. could have been worse, Jumbo or SmallSandwiches
y j; there wasn't time to prepare a City power surges'areblamed liability in the case of indicated.At .
Crippen
for the'fire, alarms
detailed report to the board."I a student driving to NYC
Board Member BillDodd's
I: WINDOW KIT mean you know what actuating too. Triest said he "Noboebr in the State of Mrs. '
/ ;
feels the equipmel\t', ,,,;Q-i; Florida what suggestion '
you're doing, but none of the glees on liability ,
1 stalled Gloria' King, acting" adminis1trator 'fit u.. : 1..11.(1 (111-1: h..I,t! .. Hat
as specified. .
rest of us knows, Parrish is, Shaw said. "Most brush it Chickerv ee1&Pr '
Instructed ., ,iRibsr
was to find a t>r1 :) C ; It..r
pointed out,,saying.if: hoi wag.,' off by saying, get, liability separate room,torthe, secrerHow )
STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES Inc. going to take part in the actionhe .Lawfey Vote ::'. insurance. / II 15.911l'4' t/I'! / 'I-"j

had to know what was Some standard of care FOP Fast Taktf Out SarvieaCall
behind the action. Parrish '(From Page 1)) Shaw thinks, would be placedby to make the day longer?
219 E, Washington PH. 964-5270 said it would save time in the the court in the case of a Go on a diet. Ah..d !X64SZ97iTerwiiiega :
there has been
said some con-
meetings if explanation were student absent from school -Jack ROMnbaum In San Francltco
fusion due to a letter mailedout but which a parent assumed Examlntr.Chronicle
by the FHA (Farmers
----- -. Home Administration) 'was in school. ...

those who have signed -

sated ,. ., .. .
..,
the service..The letter ': v. .' ) -- > '>.<" "- ""'"
that "you have paid $15" as a ,"twv" ?i gE, h. t<t-f\: $ .ilf ,jti"j': ;: '''* *',;(. ''f:1t; !:,
: : \hM; *; '.'<<" <,,:s4, ,,;
>
subscriber to the water .
> :
ser- ": { $**!ti ":}.' ''.".r "I''
vice. This does not mean that : ; : > '
another$15 fee will have to be :; i r AAo 'o'rsn; x

paid, Mrs. Shuford said. The' ., ,,,)., .. ,, ,....... '" :>'I;
$15 fee referred to has already ,, '"'>'; ,-'''', '".v, .k,,-". -, v' "''' .,...''\\1t.
'"i. t-K1't Madison St. .: .' ""r i" 'f '& :: /. > :
been taken care of by the city .. : { *" ; ;tiitStarke 964..720. Oy\ Zf {
.
and does not have to be, paid 's'\, '4' ? 'fj..,'7-J: n.. 4. TI" ">;1"&:5"\ -;,t .' 1I.'f. .,,., I .0:1.gi; Q, k"fft. ..t.k>>1 >" t\'L\\ k' *'''' .
PUT THE BITE by the water customer. J.aY ;tS f g jj s? ,>A *> <'.*>'v.,>,: '1f.f1r : : : ">> .M ; V ; 1'v{i .ff: %i;.J

t cerning"The top the paragraph$15 payment con- !1f FORD CUSTOMER:::CASH REBATE, PLAN;

,
should be disregarded by '1 .
T' '
,f_
,
I BACK IN from those the who FHA received," Mrs. Shuford letters ".;,0l1tIJ,:' \; )':.:' --(:' 1f\\rt(:);'Y'+' t ;i: ;l fAf ;t5 .:,;, .1j ''i.' \\t0 5i ,,(?! )f fi; SM> ;ti.'t>j

.t /. ,,, 4< 1 '' '' '.
l' ''' ) '
said. She urged all those who >>(,," '1. '<1 :tfu1\\.h h": .} "" '' '''
: ;; < f i"" y't"
have received letters to ..
return _
t : \t"" ''>j>''..; 4 A\;. <1' "
them by the January 30 dead- ;(; 1975 ";otX1r i:<:.; th, 1975Maverick > '\> '
'.I
tr. line.James ( f ; { ,g J4
I r. Waters, who is ;.\< ";
YOUR BUCK If f' P'\dt..g
running for the vacant Group *.- $
sp: 4 Council seat as a friend of 1 '(<<{,. Pinto "' {Af"'-:. f\:?..'\>, 1.< r4:':

I the water project, is wagingan .w1. :""""{"5f, .' ,)JJ.$"
s active this time, campaign p.
in contrast to his inactivity in ,.t< Fi"" ."'b" '
f L :1it$20000 41 )> t, $200 Y <"
the regular December elec- "
dlflrfr.i : i'j,; hYf { ';'
;,; : :f :\:
tion when his A
,Xfi\f'1,
ft opponent was .. <;\ : < c{" 11
the deceased Pete Smith, j"o ,, :<'?%< ''j."t' I"x :
\ 'J"ii; t.
\:( .t:
1.t< ' "
t rrNw ballot whose in name spite remained of his death on the a ,:i. J"' "."\, ..,, ,-, <> "' ''$' '#:;i'' }';.;.gap, "" ::;o.y 'n:' il ....,..1'LL :

: week John before F, Robertson the election., the anti, ; 1i 7? :: ZiJ? \ J t r 1K }'xx'':A,,: tf? ti ,2 i.. es"? 'tr i 3'
>5' ,< ,i ,, f<.> "
water candidate in next Tuesday' '
iVf""it' >f"
: JWHr' { \>r'i 1 \ !<{ tii
election, has opposedthe ; i1{. \r" \\

because water it involves project a largely ten per Q: .1975 II %1"k {"16'l
.tt1' Mustang
cent utility tax needed as an r t :1975 Super Cab A 1
"< ,
FHA for the loan. > ,
requirement 1t.3 .ti;>1 .
w Small 0 0 O O In voicing his opposition at j:; 2 Door HT &: 2+2 Model i f';
o o O recent council meetings,
Soft Robertson said he objected to 1 'b l JMustang ; .
'I.'n.
-
a Drink 'p o ooo paying, the tax to help others :'V.1'\. ; $30000 \\'W, ....i!;"'.:M,1'0',;,, $350 ,'fq'
o,0 "" .t ; J41.1'
-
.
get city water when he did not [ ; \. / ""': (

',,.r, want to become' a water customer '';=y-',.<. "'diL 4.,?. ':t':", <;":'i ''1.'T-01, '-> .!", ".,.'!:'r(
himielf.
ftss High interest in the water '1 1:.'-f 2 t04'iri.A; ? .:t W"\'i\I'f\ 1i y "
Regular .
? controversy was indicated JJQ v } '>;> '-0f} 'f'' < ; '!.i1;,,' ,';r .j. ,"1'." ," ', '' g0 I ,, : .., n.. ..M 'v\ .J"
; Deluxe bya "'" v.' 'j'M.( ,. d, ;>J .If ,. ,""..,. l'j ; :; : ,;. .,,, ,1
;, :: >
'..ii' Fries 70 per cent turnout in the .:'Af, .f""zti'! 1.'t''lt' : ; :i} .1Loo"ti ,'7"..1. '"' <.t,.w", $ \ :1.>'-J'; tW'' 't4'' "'#'"' 'f" x'
Huskee December 3 election when ? t ,t :.r <'. ;- J..1 "'
; ...
Jr"i\'.. t, ') :V'Pr; > :&1 ,t.tt 'tK.v Smith defeated Waters by $''<. t/W' ; !+:;''' .
a 'P' :'\' i.1:{$}4t";?$.>kXtt..tt.P ,
a 123 to 88 vote. It is 1"i IJ
predictedthat .
$ ;'it3 t
t # > : .t i t"ltt! '
another high percentageof ;'9" ..." "':'fM' h ''1' *''fi'iS'< 1975' I II I ".I ,*.,, "'#,'" ;i: V""' ;il"
} ;
Lawtey's 310 registered 'fur itv.ij,4"rJ\/ \ .
t n: )&\ h ;?"i;h'f.; 5>
FREE small soft drink voters will to the '
with the go polls next ''d.thf'rfJ: ,' 1'JI'1o! ( f." ;' <.$><' --p.c."
Tuesday. Absentee voting is 'r '.# 1J ? R Mach I, & Ghia Model Mq k 7 .
1
now under way and will con- 1-s. :i' ii';t.fh5i.t: <,.", tW: ;Y ft,
I
; : ,
'Z'1 ?
purchase a ., ; : t'k: '
tinue through Monday during -'><". '"' ;> regular office hours, 1 to 3 -. ?lf8)1; % ,. (:< ; <
'N< : ,,! '. \\ff '
DeluxeHuskee :
and > >
:
:
fries' : .
regular t< : ; '''' "'!, '
p.m.The :%'Wt: '<'f, ; l'lir'I.t.'; '>//.1' ,3, ; aCrq'R
4j. \
next "J'.Wf !,1' '.t<: ;

meeting will be regular held Monday council, Y.f':!,- rJ:-J"t'.J;;., "2Jo" ,:,' .'i"." : < .,...jl... ,"{t.J.'JI.,.: [ ..1'i;i 'lif!; i;j9ti""

The Deluxe Huskee features a'% Jb. char-broiled chop- Feb. 3, when the new council- '. :h" ', ;"; .}. .,."I'/ ''' .v '"'{'.," '.-1 'tA".w...... ,
ped beefsteak burger, tangy melted cheese elected ." .'" .
shredded man, next Tuesday, '" 'f.'rtir "; '
II! lettuce, tomato, will be seated 'n:" BWi Wp I WvlB). .. 1...
onion, pickles and mayonnaise all on a and the reorganization ',::.." M ;1
,
; toasted sesame bun. ..-,, }, "" '. ?,*<>?*<,. f -5iPage" "' .' '; > '' _"
meeting, postponed ..,< i.n... .. "' '1".u-.o. .
.II ,(' ., ., ; ,
from January 6, will be ..Au. z' ,h' ,;"," ': ,( .,
.
held.' A representative from ; i--- r ,r.}"'
Yj; OHardee a FoodSystems. Inc 1975
FHA will also attend -
this -
'I "" .;Ad3srd....aevia: .."a. tl"" aF t 4sLzmtai meeting, and the annual ; -
iJ
? ot'13p.Jilt"J'< : ; s auditors '- -
report will .be '
:f.' received of -

a U. S. 301m StarkeR Bids for construction of the
proposed water system will be

: ,,'fI', _, ."" '.... _...... opened February at a 11 special, 2:30: p.m.meeting on



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to ILS.MAIL TT I-VRSSC'RPTlOrS\ \ County Agents By > A : '


Notebook Bobby \ T

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Bradford County "Filthy" ( ttu .


Editor: old furniture can be seen all 'roads as there is at the dump l T

around homes, housing itself Off the highway side- J 1CJ.I If YOU plan to have your soil unwise and uneconomical lo
Bradford County is filthy: projects and rental houses. roads are'scencs' of old appliances We are the only ones who analyzed lor spring crops. I apply loo much or text little ol

Have you actually looked Look at your own and see what furniture, trash can clean this up and see thatit suggest t that t 'outl't| soil these major plant foal ele
around lately? If'you dare ride it looks like. I do mine.A /garbage, and dead animals. isn't done any more. With sample as soon us possible. ments. Ol) course, adequate(
around and look you would ride to the dumps both Most of the time the dead the help of our soil conservation I r--T-I It tl 1 Dr. James NeSmith who is in lime levels insure m.iMimim

certainly be surprised.. What city and county, can certainly animals are thrown in ditches service we can get a lot .I charge- of our soil sample availability these nutrients

happened to' the pride peopleuse guide your way for as much of water. and creeks, where done. They arc listed in the laboratory al the University of ,to I the plants when they are
to have in their( homes und trash: litter and under U. .
garbage can people actually lish. How telephone directory Florida told us last week that applied.My
yards? Trash garbage and 'be seen on each side of the til thy is that? S, Government. Listen to their he has had u-big increase of
public service announcements samples in the last few uceks.llesuid suggestion/ \ isstill l what it
on your local radio station and has always been. That is to
that there I is! presentlya

Point of viewBeware. '. ........ .........'..... ......: . . . '. '"'' '' lets clean up our soil und hll<'k-Iog of samples that will have your soil (in.ilvvod dolomite and
apply I lime il
water which supplies all our take at least Ih'cel''ks to or
needs for life I love Bradford needed baton any I Urlili/cr I i or

I ,County and being concerned run. seed order is made or II dollar

shows it. How about YOU? Dr. NeSmith said the big is spent for I the crop. KcmcmIHT. -

Early DeadlineDon't increase in samples were a soil siimpk docs not
-llazel L. Griffis mainly Irom small vegetableand cost it can save or inikeou"

/f garden growers. Apparently money on ahnosl'eery-I I
hope will got( this
UNITED: NATIONSATTACKKD l1Iall people you yours
be homeowners fail to : throughout the Stale are considering M-ek.
caught napping and fail to file Every year, many
much
your homestead exemption applicationin qualify for their $5,000 exemption Editor they can growing for their as own use as I Some ol Iho other: management -

time to meet the new deadline of because they do not return the card sent : jl "know, thate had ,a big increase practices i we discussed

March 1. out by the Tax Assessor in January.This And in the latter tine of in garden soil sampleslast 111"tH.t'k are very' iiiixirliit|
!ledaI'll mention ol
some
unless property owners are their kingdom when the year and this is one of the
year these generally' in tins week
The deadline for filing for homestead especially alert, there are apt to be more transgressors are come to the reasons u e proceeded with the column and will discuss thorn
lull a king of fierce counten- farmer retail market last
exemption, the widow's exemption and delinquents than ever before due' to, the ance, and understanding dark "Well whoever he !May in more detail I in Liter'
disability exemption has been moved up early deadline. sentences shall stand up. And is--every time I ring upa columns.

to March 1, one month earlier than the IS his power'shall be mighty but dollar he snatches out thirty cents!" Present plans are to continue Variety selection or plant
This matter important enough to and expand our farmers
not by his own power: and he of l'I'Othai
old 1 deadline. ing a variety
April demand your early attention. It involvesa shall destroy wonderfully and retail market this year. Our have proven to ho hl/.i/\,-\"il'ld.

$5,000 exemption from taxable valueon shall prosper'and'practice, IT'S UP TO CONGRESS: first sale should be around the ing and adapted to our' area
Ever since Florida first middle of April when
adopted a tax a homestead that was owned and and shall destroy the mighty we and growing conditions is an
should have potatoes, onions
exemption on homesteads homeownershave and the holy people. And Rhetoric aside it is Congressional action which was the area that needs attention.
resided in as of January 1 of the taxable through his policy also he' greens and other early matur
been granted a period of three For 65 \ factor in causing the huge boost in the cost of living vegetables.. Many of our growers\ still
year. persons yearsof; age or shall cause craft to prosper in najor plant varieties that did well u
months, from January 1 to April 1, to older, the exemption is $10,000. In addi- his' hand ; and he shall and it is Congressional action which can get us out of it. lew years ago. but do not yield
for with the Speaking of soil
apply exemptions countytax himself in his heart samples
tion to this, widows and disabled home- magnify\ as well as some of the newer
assessor.' But during the 1974 entitled to $500 the ,and by peace shall destroy Look at these comparative figures: this Is just one of the management varieties In corn for'
owners are plus ,
Extension
session the deadline moved many : he shall also stand up practices our
was up a example there is a spread of
$5,000 or $10,000 exemption, as the case specialists emphasized to
against!\ the Prince princes;
month to allow t 15: to 20 bushels acre
the
( per
property appraisers may be. A new benefit provided by the hut ho shall. l hl' broken without Total Federal Cost of increase production and between the 10alld high
new name for tax assessors) to start hand. Living Index improve elticiency in crop
for the Spending
Legislature first time this year is sideling varieties, At $2 per
working on their tax rolls sooner in production our field crops lu"hl'l. this is dillcrence ol
order a $4,500 exemption for the totally and This was taken out of Daniel 1967 $158.3 billion 100.0 training meeting last t tl'l'k.. a
to deadlines in the
meet state ass- and from tinvariety -
$::11I) $40 per acre
permanently disabled homeowner. The 8:23.25: ( K.J.V.:) Does this Dr. NeSmith ro-cmphasi/.ed
law.Preliminary 1968 178.8 104.2 I Iuggest
essment, total exemption may not exceed $10,000, seem like any communist that the soil sample analysis is standpoint alone.
t
however. nation destroying the layers, 1969 184.5 109.8 the best tool we hoer available ,+ / the highest producingtarittit's (

estimates of county tax. judges public officers' 1970 196.6 116.3 to determine llu lime and fertilizer 11\11 ilubc! ,

rolls must be filed with the Departmentof Moving the deadline up to March 1 wealthy people, namely 1971 11.4 121.3 needs (10 gel optimum
(mighty and holy)I. or Christ- production with the minimum' Control of stocks. w Ith herbicides
Revenue July 1 and school boards will catch 197 31.9 125.3
by undoubtedly some property like people?? I believe this is costs. and ncniilock's are two
'needs preliminary tax roll informationby owners napping, and result in the loss of referring to the anti-Christ, 1973 46.9 133.1 other areas t that t might IK- pro-

May. or June. Data relating to school their exemptions. In order to avoid this, but when (Communism takes a 1974 (est.) 68.3 150.2 (Aug.) Picsent' prices: lor nitrogen!\ litahlc now on many ol' our

tax rebates'must also be in the hands of mark a big red circle around that March nation they do this very thing phosphate and poUsh make itFORESTRY crops. I'll discuss (iheso lalor

the Legislature by April 15.. 1 date on your calendar. Yot s\e Starke citizens are lor,
. or do not oppose this kind of The budget boosts are almost beyond belief and yet President
=
murder.In .
Ford is having a difficult time persuading Congress that

I Daniel 9:27.: God says $300 billion will be enough to spend in the fiscal year ending Ih'l'c'I'I'lCc'c'ch: I ILust

True to Form "He (anti-christ) shall confirm next July. It seems obvious that federal spending pulls the IN BRADFORD COUNTY Farm l''tirt'stl'ro ;
the covenant with
many
,cost of living up behind. ,
for one week I Iuote am-
luissador from Isralli i '

President Ford's proposed five percent Under Ford's proposed five per cent are sad days lor the United This year, as never before, we all must send the message t week I briefly mentioned help cool sour homo, cutting

ceiling on cost-of-living increases 'ceiling however, Social Security bene- Nations they arc helping lilt! Washington-we cannot afford more inflation Our govern the lad that the I Di\i-l i .sour electric bill,

would further' erode the purchasing fits would be held to a new minimum of up the sword against\ the, very' ment must not spend more than it takes' in and it is takingin sion of Forestry :is. gong to 'I he 1 Dis ision ol l-'ot( 'estry hasproduced ,
nation{ that the .Word. oltfod Itpl' '' U's '\111\l.a.l!\ i 'I.l) i the'o "IIiI\'I't| I.II'lh.;
.' power' ,the nation's 30 million Social $98.50, and a new maximum of $332,20: l '. "cave," > ,''I' rMTi.Vi too much! Patkef title, : q':: I g past lour ye0,1's.1'lus, .{t'lIY'wte
.
j Secdrl ty" reclpients-end,-earlyr reaction) ',"u > }
indicates (hopefully) that the request Robert M., Ball,' Social'SeeuritY'j m-' 'urn1 ''talking 'about the This 'I/lIlllg/ i Saturday.January '. wide In south (l'lond.iso '

has little chance of passing Congress. missioner, who was squeezed out of United Nations: built by' L'.V; we. toll begun/( are also" selling{ ( polled
,
t ; communist controlled by HOME NOTESFROM selling/( packets al !n i a,in. in trees at cost iis b.iro rooted
office two years ago after 11 years of communist 3-4 paid I'orlw Ihocommunist Iron! ol I\\inti-Oi\io Storein stock' 'has a \ t'I'hal'tl I time

\ In his State of the Union message last service, expressed our sentiments whenhe or socialist EXTENSION Uradlord Si udre, 'I"w""II" ,' /getting started 1 tluTc',

week. Ford estimated that the proposed said he was "flabbergasted" by. Mr. nations. I say lets got\ out of' it YOUR HOME will IK on a "I il..t. come I first Within the pall! ten sears

ceiling on benefits ,would save $2.5 Ford's new proposal. "While giving a and get\ it out 'of the USA. r''. rt ECONOMICS AGENT "l'I'" basis as we have only our stale nurseries, loaded ill
When any organization f 2 40(1( packets to sell. Tin- cost is :Milton 'hll'Hailul and I I'unl.i
billion in the Society Security program, $1,000 refund to those who are already "
denies the Word of God and t $1 PIT packet ilh a limit ol Cord.i.; h.iso begun/ /grossing
and another $100 million in the welfare- well off he pushes the elderly and poor tidies prayer (to God that ,& BY KATHY BROWNIn two packets! per customer. inane species our yard use.

related Supplemental Security programin into the front ranks of inflation orgiini/aliop is ol' the Devil. With today's swore inflation. Along ssith the pines and

fiscal 1976. fighters," Ball declared. A recession is And the U.N. does this openly I am glad\ to announce that the species mentioned 1 IIhcl\ C'l C'
I time to penalize 30 million Americanswho so it is almut time Godly; those days of high prices Keep honey in a warm dry price has actually' boon now produce such I trees! as
no
people and nations stand up lor sugar, you may bo looking place whore you could keep decreased from last year's 'hilll''l'1alluw.. 1''dhucI.in'I'1I
Under legislation passed last year would have to spend the money as and( Sll\'. "Gel us out ol !the UN. lora\!! to use other sweet- salt Room temperature,10.89 $1.1\01.! ash bald cv pi't's,. silk oak.

Social Security recipients would receive soon as they got it. : ," loud and clear ners to replace granulated\ degrees is best. and} India rosowiMxl) '\tinily'

their first automatic cost of living raise sugar 1 think you may now IK Tightly honey' These packetshich \\ ill ous other spccie.s. a I'"' produced

next July, based on the meteoric rise in But on'second thought, perhaps there Fred Johnson linding the price of sugar l because it loses cover aroma and contain wood.: 2 red eight\ ccdir.trees 2:live 2 oak.dog as sscll All nl these

the Consumer Price Index between was really no reason for Mr. Ball, or decreasing information\ somewhat will still he.hilt uselulto this flavor and absorbs moistureashen and 2 sweet" gum: are produced trees another gross in well Florida.in one |place> or

April 1974 and March 1975. Under this anyone else to be "flabbergasted" over IJi3Ui3lE: JWJlflf you. exposed. to tiir. Insectslike \ !, ( at our stale nurseries as For those Telegraphrenders

schedule, the minimum monthly benefit this,action. Mr. Ford was only followingthe IIONKYHoney ; it too.honey' a public service.o led that in I'mon Counts. .. ucwill

would go up to $102 from the present time-honored Republican tradition of I is! big business herein may darken slowly these packet sales will assist' also be holding) a Seedling
the homeowner beautify his
Maximum Society Security the and soaking the tiller many months but it will I'.ukol' Salt on Saturday
$93.80. payments favoring wealthy JVlE0: Florida in data! more yard and provide a cooler, '
still Ix.usable.. trout ol the Counts (Com !house' "
would rise to $343.90 for retirees, poor. If you, too are "flabbergasted"WRITE -- honey is produced here than in more cnjoviiblo place lor Iho" in Lake" Butler. Th.it salt will

compared with the present, $316.30. YOUR CONGRESSMAN. any other state! II honey granulates\ place family to gut her and relax also begin at t 9) a in. will will
We are starting a new\ year container in hot wader until it together These shade trees continue until the packets' are
and there arc several things Among\ I the l1Iilllm'leties liquifies.IIO.NKY, will some Clay also be able to sold out
of several out
that veteran or his widow honey are
I Something We Can Do should do; file I your homestead standing.'I'upelohoney is very : IS ('.\SSIS( .
much in demand because: it Honey may In.used lo
widow'sexemption
exemption, and disability does! not granulate and replace:part or all of the sugar\ I The Disea.se of AlcoltoliHiiience. I I.

exemption.. This all should be Florida is the only I place in l'unninl1'\ \\ o cups ol hon'ymixl'd
the thief to dispose of and makes it an here Tupelo honey is lound. with I quart of water
Most ,of us continue to wring our done before March I, 1973. In previous articles t the \\e have been there'flit
hands and bemoan the rising crime rate, easy matter to return the article to its Insurance is always changing Genuine orange blossom canning makes a light Iruit.\ t syrup IrangeBlossom bar Bradford Group ol A. A. has f1.\
trouble of after it is recovered.Driver's ., and here is some information amber color said that alcoholism is three- A. Traditions on
but few of us will go to the rightful owner honl'is light\ or Uallberry honeyare ( a being 11-supporting,
doing one very easy thing that would license numbers can be checked veterans.that may help the young heain l hodnnd has! the rl'l'omnwndl'cllol.'calll1lnj( lold disease : Physical being non-prolessioiuil.. on on

,help law enforcement officers in their almost instantly. Some 110.000 Vietnam Era aroma of a grove in bloom.Gullbl'I'r because l they are light\ in colorand \ menial! and spiritual.' The avoiding controsersy ;and on
almostw ol the disease
\ honeIs physical part is
mild in I lav or.IIONKY .
from the criminals Veterans in Florida eligi- nut alllllLllinltlilh am cause
efforts to protect us are hilt in color w hale Mangrove usually the easiest to treat
that we all like to talk about. Citizens without engravers of their ble for a newlowcost'eler. honey is verysweet : .IKI.I.Y. : M.\KICWhere although there can be serious! also Isis suggest that ,\. A mcm-

own may borrow one, free of charge, ans group life insurance program no added pectin is complications. We have also not critici/o. obstruct) orhinder
anuthl'I'
We are speaking of "Operation Identification from the Bradford County Sheriffs which offers all much You can: select a I las-or that used honey' can replace up lo cmpnasucd how anyone can help alcoholics. Il vllorts A. A.members lo,
as $20.000 coverage for SJ.-tO: a
suits lisle and prepare one-half of the granulatedsugar the disease and
your ideiililj we
:.
the office which strongly recommends that meet the "
one of most practical month to young veterans but. sweet treats for your family in jelly recipes With 'have published a test the responsibility -
crime-prevention ideas to come to'our all articles be marked 'to assist the they must apply before enjoy. Whl'n'lIubstitut'inghonl' added\ pectin :2 cups of honey person himself can take to ol carrying' the( A. A.message. .

attention to date; and one that is within' sheriffs deputies and city police officersin August The non-renewable 1.. 1973. five, (151) \, for sugar in a recipe can replace 2 cups of sugar.\ determine whether or' not hands lull. and they hate have no time their to

the reach of. all. recovering stolen goods. term insurance is available .' you will need to make some Better results are obtained drinking is causing\ .him worry about rivalry with
year
;corrections to lessen the with about one-third honey' problems. .lIxslt.
for veteran dischargedfrom
in the final
Identification the simple' With this free service, there' is no military service since amount change replacing sugar.
Operation product to prevent a "Hop. At this point it is well to Alcoholics Anon.vmous can
process of engraving valuable articles, excuse for any home not to be protectedby April 2. 1970. IHINF:1'INJI.11tM.11.1UE: mention just what Alcoholics cooperate with others in the

such as television sets, stereos, guns, the Operation Identification emblem; The new Veterans Administration Honey' has a much higher : AND I J,VMS: Anonymous ,is, and where it alcoholism Hold as long us
notice to supervised program moisture content than granulated Up to one-half of the tits in with the treatment of this cooperation is not en
tools, or any other, item of value, a small sticker that t serves authorized 1Ia24.. under the'
power sugar Therelorc. youw \granulated tUlllr'mu\ ho the disease The "A. A. IIlIrsl'lIll'nt.hlR: \' A. A, members -
with the numerals of the owner's drivers would-be burglars before they bother to Veterans! Insurance Act also ill need to adjust the amount replaced with honey, in marmalades Preamble" says most ol it. as also help 'alcoholics innumerous

license; break in, that the valuables inside are offers coverage in umonnt of of liquid., One cup of honey and jams. but honey. follows: non.A.111\'S 'us,

protected by the engraved identification $3.000. $10.000 and 13000. contains ''i cup of liquid. will change the fruit flavor.If "Alcoholics Anonymous is aIellow'ship volunteers in :'IonA.ill.th: ,\-

The driver's license numbers are more number, making them hard to dispose Hates for the maximum Deduct II cup ol liquid from you have questions, or ol' men and women ties i in alcoholism Held but
$20,000 are $3,40 a ofhone \
coverage when using t : do
the cup titi/cns
recipe desire more Information they so as private
effective and easier to trace than the ,of, and easy to ,trace., month for veterans age34 und \'. one cUP'of honey is about substituting honey or who share their experience concerned about the healthprohll.'l11

owner's name, since the license numbersare under, and $6.80 for those 33 equal to one cup of sugar ,other sweetners for sugar\ I'dhe l strength and hope mllsol'l'with each alcoholism, not as
other that
on file in Tallahassee'and are a sure This is one ,program that'cannot be and over. happy to help v ou. Call W>40554. their they and A. A: members and not as

to identify the owner. effective without citizen participation,; Application form "VA Form Honey retains moisture to a ; or write P.O. Box 267. help others common!! to recover problem Irom representatives ol any:! A. A.
way: 29.8715" for veterans dis- greater extent than does
and there is no need for anyone to miss Starke. alcoholism bootyor of A. Aas whole..
charged prior to August I. sugar. Honey' cakes and
Engraving the numbers on an article out' on the benefits'of. this proven pro- 1974. are available from the cookies will 'remain moist "The Thousands ol A. A. mem-
makes the stolen item much harder for tection. Veterans Administration longer than those made with only requirement for hers have received aid from
'membership is a desire to stop
Offices or from 'the office of sugar. Candies and meringues families and friends u
Servicemen Group Life made with honey may absorb drinking. There are no dues or hospital or a clinic a physician -,
fees for A.A. membership we
Insurance. 212 Washington excess mOilture'maklng them ; or u. professional coun-
Street Newark. New Jersey soft and sticky, are self-supporting throughour selor of some kind. The bossw
pRIQ', "ADFOU Co 07101. Applicants must.furnish own contributions. ho fired us, the relatives who

"GrpI' evidence of good.health, However Freezing Intensifies the not allied with l scolded us, or the copy who
"A. A.' is
.. Veterans Administration honey flavor in baked pro- any warned us also helped in sec
i ..ect. denomination, o
mili'NC'F : politics
rated service-connected ducts. You will find that that we had a drinking
disability will be waived. cooked foods made with honeyare organization or institutiondoes : problem.
'-l
-t Servicemen slightly sweeter, have not wish to engage in any
discharged
,
endorses Wv believe that
controversy,, neither anythingthat
and different
more color a
afterAugusl 1. will receive
'
i.' r' BOB G. FERGUSON -JOHN M. MILLER'' application forms automat texture from .those made with ,nor opposes any causes Our works toward' recovery i\ t
N primary' purpose is to stay for the alcoholic: Is good);und
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PubI.-> 'lea II) Personnel If8"lng'act"e sugar/ j jrehabilitatloncenlersstateor
/ I "M." ire not (llatttrtd by sober and help ,other 'alco-; this includes ho pitaU.i.:
"AlbSshsdssch' ThI.ndIv and sntsred MOnd asss Miter 11 the Poet OHkwM Stark, FL. .'under. Actof duty tree are permitted 120 C se low to moderate oven being shown that there Hoi holies to ,achieve, !sobriety! ;;' x r
March 3. 1879. premium days to convert temperatures for baking. '
pro\.lndahlcoloIlameentc. .
bun diffntntt of pwpottbetuntn ** ;b
Subscription rltlln tads ir...a::,, M'*'year:: I3.BO fix month' Servicemen Group Life Honey: carmelizes at a low the Almighty mdIhtm. A. A. members have' :one religion und, psychiatry, :i'tin. i r" ;1. ,

is!l..1)<4S, ., Ounld*trad*"r. : *7 per VMTI .OO.blmanlhl", _, Life Insurance Insurance to Veterans without Group temperature and causes ." f.. Abraham Lineal unique qualification for,,helpIng -;, ,well as A,,A, -/I'i/, \ / ': '
(
drinkers and
baked products to brown problem ; i4\
.
Stark Fla.
.' Ik( fhooa 904-6306 medical- examination.' quickly- 1 ''. v 1809. IBM that' Is ,our personal expert- wlke''pexhpa. :"K'fRtLetters : ; : (J\;\ '

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-- _- BlJJb0000 J ( ( ( (! ( ---- Policemen : Traffic Offenses Improve. Courts, Be More Humane'

STARKE Gone perhaps offender In a small hearing "admit" "denial" of.the required unless the violator
or
"All hllu h A A has teen and room, which allows for a free : was exceeding the'post
I 11"111 picicdmg page) the long three four charges. speed
To
In ,1.1.n'.s..; .. .. but not in ichabilitation(he most cllettive in I seek our Up five page lists of names of and open discussion of guilty of the or Anyone stopped, for limit by 25 MPH, or involvedin
,.. program. traffic violators whose appearance case. Terminology speeding is allowed\ post a an accident in ,which
Alcoholics
111 adloi d I ('oiinl.v as yet -
Anonymous works with AI'ITIlocul the help ol churches the Salvation, and STARKE A.second groupof u In court was a requirement .*not"".guilty.*...*has.*.been.*..*changed*.....'..to.., bond of$25 sign the arresting property damage or personal
...1/:1'/: ''. enforcement (illiiials. alcoholic rehab units. We need\ city employees have taken before January 1. tlul' : w'rloN.: What officers ticket and continue on injury amounted to more than
pi' 'oh.ilion officers, steps to be represented In collective A With most traffic violations obligation, Bas a d.'plIl'III"1 I his way. ,Failure to post bondor $.250, In either case a court
sdiiMils. hospitals.. churches, all the help v.e can gel. bargaining procedureswith being decriminalized with the More ,lia\c to refund a per sign (the ticket could cost a appearance |Is required,
mental.. health clinics, etc Florida( is set up for caring the city commission first advent of the new traffic offense son's money if IIP I'etul'uvmerchandise. jail term of 60 days or a fine of $15 lines for non-movlng
J l iciitu.illIhese: persons hole bur persons with acute alco In a meeting held Wednesday \ to (Journal'n system the courts are ? Is this covered up to $51111! <>( tralfic violations are assessed
will (calve that A, A, has aIll holism. Bv Ihis, we mean de- January 15, the Starke when relieved of a tremendous bur- .h\' law? Alter posting bond an, Jippcarunce iiiul $5 for those involving
'ogrunl that.. works and will loxilication units and Federal Police Department's force of tional den and the motoring public Is 'ANSWKKi: Florida has no In. court is not pedestrians and) bicycles.
In- willing to accept our help and State I financed programs 12 members signed pledges of cal better served specific law requiring'' a
A A, is not designed or intended to become of traffic violations, '
associated Most
Just him effective A. A. is, approval department store! to make'refunds. V
and how it fits into the over-all lor this area ol treat with the Florida Police according to the new statutes ,,The consumer' should NOTICEThe
licalmcnl/ program ol alcoholism ment. What we do have is a Benevolent Association, Inc, '' Mill, be regarded as civil In- ask about I the refund pohc of>l
is exemplified in this program that works, and has a statewide organization ting fractions Five however, are the store be tore Inbu.ss IIIIV-
letterntton l IIv "Kdward: DK'liMiK. helped hundreds of thousands headquartered in Miami. still considered to be criminal thing. UilliTi'iit l'oillpanil's
Merchants Association
(I who is the muinciIM alcoholics In achieving The local force selected bodies violations. They are: driving have dilUM'ent policies: bur .
{ !' ..Iuch.in\' Ft, Lauderdale.. : sobriety, investigator George A. unions. while intoxicated, reckless instance some 1 stores post
.t !Next': week our article'willlie Tomasovitch to be their representative driving, fleeing a police of signs which clearly stale no Will Host State Attorney Gene
and / false informationto
Our' program has beeniciison.iliU spokesman. giving refunds or exchangeshcti1'
/ succcsslul It has on he the physical, treatment The state organiza lion operates This an officer, and leaving the other stores will accept the Whitsworth Jan. 28 at ': P.M.
of ( disease primarily to through local chapters, of an accident. 6:00 .
helped many alcoholics\ stay show the changing attitudes of worse returned merchandise mud
Miltir I feel this is real progress but because of the small size now Former courtroom give the consumer a credit Chamber'of
/: and want to continue.. doctors and of hospitals the alcoholic.toward of the city police departmentit who procedure has been aban- slip lor the item (Others) (. Commerce Bldg. .
treatment
will be affiliated with the doned in the new statutes. that you sign a
require papei'stating
Anyone wishing! to contact Gainesville chapter Tomaso clean Instead, traffic violations are Subject Mr. Whits
Credit
the Bradford Group ol A. A. the UMSOII Most legitimate worth Will Speak on Will; Be and
vitch said. handled in an atmosphere merchants
will rclund
-I may. do so by looking in the"Classified" In addition to being the local atticDick of informality in the presence your money for detective Bad Checks All Merchants Are Encourage To,Attend
section of this representative of the Starke'group Sun of the judge the arresting merchtindi.se' without
any With
newspaper ..0.W, M Tomasovitch will sit as Courser quoted officer'and the alleged traffic questions asked, Along Your Sales Personnel I


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4 Draw Sentences Monday' In Circuit Court Cases Seedling Packet Sale To Begin Saturday, 9 A.M.


cording to Terry Reedy, two live oak.
STAHKE Four defendantswere after pleading guilty to a commit a felony and buying, escape. The court authorized the county forester. This is the time of year to
sentenced Monday, charge of falsely obtaining a receiving,or aiding in the con- Continued for 30 days was issuance of an arrest order for The Starke sale Is !set in plant these ,species uf trees,
January 20, in Bradford controlled substance.One cealment of stolen property, the case of Luther D Henderson Dale Wayne Phillips, 18, of front of the Winn-Dixie Food says Forester Reedy.
County Circuit Court. year was added to the Richard John Price, Jr., of Starke on a charge of Hampton, on a charge of Store in Bradford Square
Judge H. A. Green, Jr., sentence now being served by charged on four counts of grand larceny. breaking and entering and Shopping Center The Lake
sentenced Willie Mack Jerry Saunders after he pled breaking and entering with grand larceny. Butler sale is!set In front of the
Woodard to 10 years in the to intent commit misdemeanor county courthouse on SR-100 .'
guilty escape charges.In to a "Have a good. d.i\ a
Florida State Prison. the arraignment portionof ; Baily ';Wayne Florida Bank Reports with Chuck Weber, Union Iriend said lo U> little old
Woodard was charged last the day's court calendar the Walling, robbery; Oscar Rey- County forester on duty lady. The latter, it-plied.
August with handling and defendants entered nolds Oliver and there.
,
following robbery
"Thank 'uu.<> Hut I hale
fondling a child under the age pleas of not guilty and trials Kenneth Grady Oliver, rob- Good Year In 1975STARKE Each packet of seedlingswill other plans.> I
,; of 14' years. After entering a were set to begin on April 7. bery. have< two red cedar, two Hurl Cnun m tine 'I''.m,n-"
plea' of not guilty on September Billy Alvarez, Starke, and Nathan Harris, carrying a dogwood, two sut-elgum, and Chronic lo
all officers of
followed
,10, 1974, trial was set Jimmy igginbotham, concealed firearm; Johnny Deposits increased which
to begin November 12, 1974 at Lawtey, charged with grand Stubbs McCray, receiving 10.13 percent during the bank were re-elected. .
which time it was postponed. ; Odis Browning and stolen property and John 1974 to a year-end total) of They are President L. Peek,
After changing his plea to Randal Wayne Moody, bothof Alexander Hawkins, conceal- $12,569,000, President S. L. Jr., Vice-President J. E, Tom- ATTENTION ADULTS
guilty Monday, Woodard was Starke, grand larceny and ment of stolen property. Peek, Jr. told stockholders of linson, Cashier Ruth S. Johns,
sentenced to 10 years on the William Paul Hamilton of James E. Edwards, the Florida Bank at Starke at and Assistant Cashiers '
charge. Starke, charged with breakingand charged with assault with their 38th annual meeting last Marvin Brown, Helen B. Course in Income Tax to be offeredat
Robert Lee Martin of entering with intent to1' Intent to commit second ''Thursday, Jan. 16, at the Crosby, and Helen E. Glas-
Lawtey was sentenced to one commit a felony, to-wit: degree murder. bank. gow. Bradford-Union Area Vo-Tech,
year in the county jail for violation grand larceny, and resistingan Charles Henry Allen, Capital accounts at year- The local Florida Bank at Forester Terry Reedy dis-
of probation. Martin end stood at $1,807,525.92 Starke is plays seedlings which Hill be
officer with violence. Howard P. Berrier, Charles a subsidiary of Center.
was convicted on a charge of DeWitt Carlton Padgett,Jr., Ridgon, Thomas Melvin Peek said, as he reported-the Florida National Banks of on sale for |1 this Saturday.A .
i assault and buttery by a jury Starke, breaking and enteringand Francis, Pat Clark, Willard bank had a good year. Florida, Inc. which owns a Class will be
trail in December 1973 in a grand larceny; Bryant Patrick Johnson, and Harvey The board of directors,S. G. chain of 32 banks statewide. packet of eight seedling limited to 15 students.
bottle throwing incident at a Edward Hankerson, breakingand Dale Lang, all seven charged Denmark, C. E. Hernwall, S. Total deposits of the group are hardwood trees can be purchased -
Lawtey skating rink. entering with intent to with escape. L. Peek, Jr., J. E. Tomlinsonand in excess of one and one-third for just $1 at the seed- Please call 964-6150 or come in
l Gregory Jarrell Gay of commit a misdemeanor; Pre-sentence investigationwas George C. Whitner was re- billion dollars and total ling package sale of the
Starke was given a proba- James Daniel Ricks, breaking ordered in the case of elected for 1975. capital accounts are in excessof Florida Division of Forestryset to register for the class.
tionary term of three years and entering with Intent to Stanley Johnson charged with At the directors' meeting $160 million. to begin at 9 a.m. in both
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After One Loss


Two Decisive ,
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: ; :; And Another Win

Leaves BHS

: Union Cagers finished a 3-0-6, Brannon 5-4-14, Mitchum Tigers in scoring with 17
1 e. week of play with one win, 61- 3-0-6, Dockery 3-0-6, Schiberry points followed by teammate
49 over Chiefland Tuesday 339. Totals 21-7-44., Boise Perry with 16 points.
_ night and one 65-53 loss to Joe Maxwell added eight.
With 10-2 Cross City to stay on the SCORE BY QUARTERSUIIC points to the Tiger elfoit
winning side of a 7-5 record so 16 15 18 12-61 .
far this season. CL 13 13 6 17-49 "Cross City came ready to
The Tigers have been under play. They outrelioundcd us
Bradford High cagers BUS jumped ahead 18-12 in the leadership of Walter CROSS CITY GAME and controlled the boards both
marked up two more wins this the first quarter then widenedthe Baker Brooks who scored 17 points A last minute rally handed halves,"said Head Basketball
week after taking Baker lead to 12 points, 32-20 by each against Cross City then Union High Basketballers a Couch Jimmy Thomas "It
County 72-44 in Macclenny halftime. The Tornadoes out effort racked up 26 points in the 65-53 loss last Saturday night was a close game until the last
Saturday night then rolling BUST played Macclenny 16-10 in the Most Chiefland game He was also when the Cross City Bears minutes of the game then
over visiting Eastside third quarter then polished off from the leading rebounder in both beat the Tigers after a tight Cross City got ahead with two
Tuesday night. the game with a 24-14 fourth were C'I. games. Brooks had nine. first three quarters., easy shots."
Now the Tornadoes stand quarter beating S ugainst Chiefland. The Tigers were only two The Tigers are now 7-5 on the
with a 10-2 record so far this Sheldon Hodge was next in Brooks is the Tigers leading points, 41-39 at the end of the season and lace Hawthorne
season and are second in the line in scoring against Baker points scorer so far this year, third quarter. away )Friday night, then host .
Big Sun Conference with a 5-1 with 16 points followed by tipped averaging 15 points per game. The Bears' scoring rally Macclenny Saturday' night/
loop record. Wayne Berry with 14. Hodge Union got further and fur- started with six minutes left in Tuesday night the Tigers play
The BHS wins have been got 10 rebounds and Berry got with to the basket for a quick shot ther ahead in the first three the game when they scoredten Lake City ut the Lake ('ity
boosted by the performance of six.'BHS quarters against Chiefland, straight points. Four of the, Community College
6'4 Donnie Sewell who scored : Hampton 2-0-4 with I but in the fourth quarter Head points were from fouls and the
23 points against Macclennythen Wayne Berry 7-0-14, Ross 204 BHS. Coach Jimmy Thomas sent in other six from three basketsby talon: 1\Iaxwe114-0'8. Perry 7-
racked up 17 over Eastside Baker 4-0-8, Willie Berry 1- Still 1Jitiell From the whole second team and the Barnard Hartsfield.! After 2-16. White 3-0-6. Banks 102.
He led rebounding in 0-2, Sewell 11-1-23, Hodge 8-0- Indians were able to outscorethe that 3 minute rally, Cross City Brooks 8-1-17, Stoutmirc. 2-0-4.
both games with 13 against 16, Aldridge 0-1-1. Totals 35-2- to CENTER Tigers 17-12. The effort was in front 5443. Totals 2S35JCross .
.
Baker and 17 against East- 72. was useless and the Tigers The Tigers put up a tough City! : I llartsfield 4-0 8.
side.But Baker: Carter 6-0-12, Hope shot being held for Men and still won by a substantial battle in the first two quar- Timmons 5:7-17.: Ostcen 1 d-o-12.
Sewell wasn't the point 1-2-4 Yarborough 4-0-8, Ford 31-11 : Women. margin. ters, falling behind one pointin Evans 2-0-4. Peppers 8-1-17,
leader against Eastside. 2-0-4, Spatcher.0-4, Paige 5-0- Men's sessions are held The most impressive each. Union had fallen Rains 2-3-7 Totals 27II6SCOKK :>.
Teammate Milton Baker 10, Wilcox 102. Totals 21-2-44. half.Both each night at 7:30: quarter of the Tigers was the behind 9-8 alter the first
scored 18 points to barely out and the Wednesday women s sessions are third when they racked up 18 quarter then at halftime was ( : BY H'AKTKKS:
do the tallest man on the SCORE BY QUARTERS the held each Thursday night at points compared to Chief- behind 2725. Union 8 17 14 14-:3::1
team. Baker is the shortest BUS 18 14 16 24-72 locker 7.30: 9pm.Anyone land's six for the period. Walter Brooks led the ('(' 9 18 14 24-410;;
starter on the squad. He hit for Mac 12 8 10 14-44 ( Union had played every man -
eight points against the.Wild the : interested may on the bench before the first
cats EASTSIDE GAME attend sessions. There are no quarter was over. ,
\ "This was the most com- The Rams scored the first man. participation fees.Just a lot of "I thought we played a good
plete ball game we've played three points of the game but were fun! I !!II! ball game and we were able to a
yet" says Head BHS Coach from that point the Tornadoestook substitute the whole game,"
Mike Sexton."We were seeing control and scored 18 the commented Coach Thomas.
and hitting the open man all straight points for an 18-3 lead CERAMICSThe "We had a 20 point lead ,
niRht." with 2:16: left in the first ( ) Recreation Department after the third quarter and I
Ceramic classes reopened sent in the complete second
Monday, January 2(). Classesare team and they held them
I held each Monday and enough to win the game,"says
Thursday nights 7 10 p.m. Coach Thomas.
and each Wednesday morning Union: Maxwell 5-0-10
9-12 noon. There is no regis- Perry 2-3-7,White 2-0-4, Banks '
tration fee to join classes. The 2-0-4, Brooks 13-0-26, Griffis 2-
i i only cost is for the items you 2-6, King 2-0-4, Holmes 1-0-2,
make Stou tarn ire 0-0-0, Albritton 0-0-
\ Anyone Welcome!III l!II! M 0/TOtalS; 29-5-61.' .. t-:

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Frankie Crews out-wrestles his man and, puts, a pin on this
Palatka South wrestler for a tough six points., ,

'r OF IT ALL
Mat Men
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"ONE OF THE BEST EVER MADE!" "A SPELLBINDING FILM!" -
4 .LuIiWI. "HI .III Fre.CU0e. E.I ...- Beat PS
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Bradford High wrestlersstill
stand on the losing side ofa
4-3 record this week: after
A
SPECTACULAR
i whipping Palatka South 52.10
WORLD OF last Friday night in Starke.
then losing 39-26 to' host
NATURE! u Sr9.', Palatka Central Tuesday.
night.
The major cause of the Cen-
tral loss was due to BHS losingsix
G matches by pins and only
,,- I I A/ACON getting two pins during the


What savings plan Mot NJ fclu I::Hi-iUI 3 E Mr Days t lrorlN iI.S i--( ::: "COUNTY 11Nf class pound Edwards made night.Frankie-during The class. Crews in the only.the and night,in pins unlimited Tommy the were BUS 108 by



.Arkoft ":hey had :
prewntia some boys that
Mil Dor production al. had dropped down a weight
best for ? FLORIDA THEATRE Macon County Line class since the last time we
you WoeAdyl 8:00.7m 8 :go $it A Sun. 1 00-3,OO.9:00-700-9:00 cokxbyCft 1ft Amir international reNln wrestled them and this gate
them added
No Pftui 994-S4S1 "AnothwPtoct,Another Tin'. ; strength" In.-a
lower .
and Bobtit. weight. class, says
t composed ami by Gentry
!! Wrestling Coach Bill Hughes.
It's a big
decision..especially now. Other wins BHS had in the
But friendly people at Guaranty !I' PLUS Central match by decisions

Federal will explain the advantages 'Dirty O'Neil"Sun 'pound were Tommy class, Gary Meng Dailey in the 115 In

of' each of our savings plans and tACADEMYAWARD.WINNER the 141 class, and Joe Lazenby
in the 148 pound class. Erie
help you make the right decision for I Biggs tied his man. in the 129

your particular needs.Guaranty And & Mon .pound class. .
Losses for BHS in the Central -
I 8.06... M'A& meet were Jerry Sullivan,
'THr Dan Riddick,Keith Kirchaine,
Federal AN'J rLCONI ;
PD\HlNli [ir PJ.HJ\t/,: [ Willie Perry, Scott Pooser..
I 7..I n.. and Wayne Scott. *
the answer SAVINGS. CUNYIPICAIhas / IINE: TVVU THHKKL3 ; :' In the Palatka South meet

It 000 MIMmNn' .lmwMNn1. ; United, flrll" ;!I'. BHS only had two losses in the
.tI match plus had the last three

I 5.39%" 5.92.%. 6.71%" 6.98". 7.790/0. PLUS Tornadoes weight classes Scott forfeited Poower tarthe,

I"ICTIVI 'ICT'VI' I"ICTIVI/ I"ICTIVI I'PlCT'VI Wayne Scott and Tommy
ANNUAL YIILD ON ANNUAL YIILD ON ANNUAL VI/LOON' ANNUAL YIILO/ ON ANNUAL Y'ILO' 0tI Edwards
all had their matches
Who wHl survive -
5.15% 5.75 6.50% 6.75" 7.50" Nicholas forfeited to them.
PMaIOOISAYING{ IAVING.CI.T'"CAU' 'AVINOICIIIT"CA'1, /AVINOSC.TIPICAT. ,AVINOCNTIPICAII' AMM aIdwhalwlhbe BHS made three pins liTthe
1000"Tw... trWN.Twm t.err1TM0, .._.T..At a1NlelnJ.lnaF/AEA/ fl '
meet. Frankie'
It 000 MWNm.m IIN.I..W It 000"""',_ImMlm.n. II 000 MIMm.m'IpuN It 000MUNnwN'_'NNNI F5D000EIDN Crews, Gary
left of mem? Dailey, and Joe Lazenby' all
Alexandra won by pins. -,
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WHEN EARNINGS ARE ALLOWED TO COMPOUND DAILY Other wins for BHS were

A lubat.ntlallnterest penalty Is required for .......,." MHOON MM KM CMUMUnctUMIuiKMrikrnuMiMj.iaumu' foMtriMimtn 92B! .5 .5 1 Greg Tommy Buhler Meng., Erie and, Biggs Willie

early withdrawal on certificate plans. ..-. One Night Only Perry. The two losses were
a a0M/ ,,,,.Thursday.January: 33 5 Jerry Sullivan ,and Dan
SWIM Saving Program ar*subject to tw FSLIC.Toni '
a Gr 7:30p.m. Riddick. ,
withdrawn without' nol C*. :
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wrestlers take on Ocala Van-
Federal = Florida
Guaranty EQUMHOUSWOL.ENDEN -- Theatre, guard there, then host Buch-
8AVIN03AND LOAN ASSOCIATION ssYS StarkeSponsored TEUS holz Saturday morning at 10
by: 311 W. Madison St. a.m.The 'Vanguard match.
GAINESVILLE NORTH MAIN STREET 377.3344Come .Starke 1 : 'ey ..... starts at 7 p.m.,

it 3501 W. UNIVERSITY AVENUE 373-8482 3300 S.W. ARCHER ROAD 372-O431/ 'JuniorWonraft s Club ,MU8MK"IgO11eEa -. ---------,--. ,-

STARKE: 395 W. MADISON 1964-5000 How you use today will

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS: LAWRENCE BOULEVARD & SYLVAN WAY 473-4952 Adults Children n.Under Students 12.i.oo 1.SO ,taoe.. MisrIllIlCIUI( 1(11ASl.: 11I1- uses determine. you. how .tomorrow!' ; : ;

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2 Sewer Projects Behind, ScheHule, Supplies UnpaidSTARKE

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With the completion missioner's action Tuesday*; date and time to have a meet The city signed a contract Temple Avenue. City labor
date 40, days behind night was a request from W. ing at which the bonding with General Utilities on June will be used to build a founda-
schedule and an estimated 30 B. McNeill, president of company representativeswould 11, 1974, which allowed 180 tion for the engine and con-
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days more needed to completethe McNeill Company, Inc., of be present, along with days to December 11 to com- struct protective housing for
job, coupled with a rising Tallahassee, who had suppliedand Mayor Commissioner Charles plete the projects.As the generator.On .
number of complaints from' installed two lift stations, Schaefer City, Attorney of Tuesday, January 21, the recommendationof
unpaid suppliers and subcontractors one for Dalewood and one for George Pierce, Craig Batter- the projects were 40 days the Board of Bond Trusteesthe
the City Commissiontook Reno. McNeill said the sum of o,j son of Bessent, Hammack and behind the scheduled completion commissioners authorizedthe
action Tuesday night $19,078 due his Ruckman the of order fora ,er
I company was city's engineersand date of December 11. placement an
January 21, to get the stalledDalewood long past due and his efforts to Clerk Merrill Edwards. The contract calls for the ass- turbo-charger to be used at '

and Reno. sewer collect from the general con- McNeill, pursuing paymentof essment of a daily penalty of the city power plant. Esti ,
projects completed. tractor had been unsuccess- his unpaid claim on the lift $50 per day against the con- mated cost of the replacement ; ; t /5
By motion of commissioner ful.McNeill stations, requested and, was tractor which now amounts to equipment of $10,500. '
Jimmy McRae and a second requested the com- given permission to be in $2,000. -Received a report on the
by commissioner Harold missioners to take some attendance at the meeting Engineer's have estimatedthat completion of Phase I of the
Epps, the commissioners una- appropriate action on his approximately 30 more city's sewer system analysisat
nimously authorized their claim before it was reduced to also.Total contract costs of the days of work will be requiredto a cost of $19,000. Phase I
engineering firm Bessent, litigation against General .Dalewood and Reno sewer complete the project which called for an evaluation
Hammack and Ruckman, Inc. Utilities. projects is 238137.88, which will also be subjected to the analysis of the city's 26 plus
to arrange a special meeting City Engineer Craig Batterson was the low bid submitted by $50 per day penalty. miles of sewers and a test for
with the bonding company to said that specific com- General Utilities Corporationof The city has advanced leakages in the system. Phase
investigate the stalled performance plaints had been received Tallahassee last June. Gen- $161,000 in project funds to II of the project calls for fur-
of the General Utilities from 10 other suppliers for eral Utilities bid was $102,650 date to. the contractor, with ther physical surveys at a cost
Corp. of Tallahassee low non-payment of materials by lower than the-next low bid $77,000 held back on the of $10,900; rainfall simulationat r ? I
bidder on the Dalewood and General Utilities. submitted by W, G. Johnson of $238,000 contract amount. $29,100; cleaning and TV .r t t }

Reno projects last June. Friday, January 24, at 10 Gainesville, who bid $340,787on In other matters Tuesday, .inspections at $72,900 and
Prompting the com- a.m. was agreed upon as the the two projects. the commissioners: report preparation and analysis c
Agreed to make at $11,200 for a total cost of .
provisions for an auxiliary '124000. The sewer system "
water pumping station to be analysis is a part of the city's .
used in the event of a disasterto $2.5 million dollar applicationfor # .LJi j:13-:'iJ,. < '""
the city's electric pumping federal funds to modernizethe iAi"u '

V 1VY Ac :i: ccH station gasoline at powered the power 150 plant.kilowatt A -Craig system. Batterson, city CrossCUv eager( firtH( the rebound and Io't'll'o'ad( l> In |iiss the hall .ill.-r. lirniis: lirtniiM-il i
by Union Cager Gerry \\hite and another" Icaiitimilc.Tiro .
generator engine, already on engineer, presented a newly
p..1' white hand, will be installed at the prepared 'water and sewer.
., :: : :::E: city's water tank off of ordinance for study. Decisive; 'Wins.... Ihranl." Page HI

From 1)) Sew ell 7-3-17in llodue :3-0-6.; .Kncl.iv. night I I'M-'! Tornadot-
;. Board Fights ( Page One of BHS's most impressive -
.,....., : o sale. ....... . times in the games was Aldndgv 1-2-4, Bright 204. travel to Huililinl/ (,..muv ->
'r Totals die I hen host t Orsil.i: .. 1 .11!
37-6-80.: ( j-'oiesl
board a letter from the Secre "Many, many times, but I when Baker hit on four '
,I tary of State's office listingthe / think he was starting to get straight lay-ups and a quick ta"bid.Lal1: h'IT.' 102. home the Inlloumij 'lucsda.>
officers of the corporation tougher," Dodd replied. Dodd eight points. This is when BUS C'umbell 2-1-5. Bryan :3-2-H. Junior varsity: nanirs slu'Itto'Ind !
-." andcoppertone which Mrs.: Green said has maintained the resignation went over the 20 point lead Tames 3410. SIlt'rmallIIIIii.. < ::!<) \"I'>it> :at K |p> m

'.. -:=.:i--:; been ''some $35,000 since. last should have come out in a full mark and gained a 54-28 lead Henderson 1112. Brown ((1-2-2.
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n.; ,; James 3-3-9. Gillis l-11.'I'alal':
June. meeting of the board. with 4:55: left in the third .
and avocado Both Mrs. Green and BCH Tuesday night, Dodd and period, 18-21-57. ,
Board Chairman Arthur newly seated Board Member Both learns had oven Plant Now /
Loudon flatly denied when Billy Dampier voted against scoring for the rest of the SCOKK: In'cL'H'I'EIlSntlS : .
and
harvest 'asked by Gainesville Sun accepting Canova's resignation. quarter and the Tornadoes :2-1 18 24 14 .Hit

II sale Reporter Bill Shields, that But it was approved on 3- vent into the last period with ufifito East II U 18 17- ;r>7 This /is \the Time to set out
'their concern over HSF's 2 vote with Loudon Green lead. With most of the
I II Reap dealings with the hospital had and Shuford still voting for it. second team in BIIS scored Bare Root Trees. We have.
anything to do' with their Dodd pushed for and got six three, straight baskets from
savings request for Administrator weeks severance pay for Emmett Bright, S Darrell a line selection/ of 1st Quality,
George Canova's resignation. Canova with Mrs. Green going Moody and Berry. Then the (ElliLIlIlIl(1( ( ; ; r.
on this Canova's resignation was along with he and Dampier, Rams started a scoring streak '4ttltifita'L4 Packaged Fruit Nut & Shade-
submitted which closed the 30 point leadto :.,
Dec. 31. On Dec. 27 who made the motion. .
a letter requesting Canova's a '24 point lead, 74-50 with r.. Trees In StockPeach
'told the board that
j CHUMagic Chef resignation was prepared, the HSF Welty offered the lowest of two 2:28: left in the game. "pW ,
learned With the as well as
/ I Telegraph Tuesday, bids for the hospital's Inhal- game
jn the office of Attorney Welty over both teams mostly
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service :
ation and '
.. therapy was
gas range and then signed by Chairman bobbled the ball around for the by NM Crawford
Your front looks clean and awarded a three year con-
range Loudon, Board Member remainder of the game. Florida Sun
crisp but when the oven light's' George Shuford, and Mrs. tract. That is confirmed in theBoard's BUS: Hampton 8-0-16.. Berry
Bradford Bassmasters
21 minutes certainly -
1974
In Free "Sparkle Glass" oven door Green. No held to May 5-1>-10, Ross 1-0-2, Baker 9-0-18.
on
you can see just as If the meeting was which state that HSF offeredthe found the hshmg !tHigh
w glass were clear. With .f sign the letter, Loudon said Berry 0-1-1, Moody 1-0-2.' in (
matching hospital a 45 percent cut of 0pl'n IakcSaturday: & $329Dogwood
and 'Tuesday night, but the three 11. The lake, real
broiler panel. Both framed In chrome. ContinuousCleaningSatvyer the proceeds from inhalation January was
members at different
signed therapy. The May 21 minutesdid clear and I overcast 1 is needed ,
times.The three members are to lish this hake,
not so state board memo
the executive committee of bers indicated the former firm BanquetTickets \\e hu\l' overcast I, but( Ihrovercast
the BCH board.
supplying inhalation therapy started tailing on us
Canova's resignation was Professional Medical Specialties in the form ol ram ,'urlm Ihr
dated Nov. 19, indicating of Orlando, offered a 40 morning until\ ,vu%, ImishrdynThere : 3''t
Welty surmised to the board '
cis. tul'ri" \ ou'fmhody .
jwd '
\ $219i
cut to the a Tal'
percent hospital.
r t .u ru nw. Tuesday night, that the 1 -.- --. .- y...... < resignation was prepared with BCH Inhalation Therapist ; ., got MukJnn".ui.'U.l but Mill u y
:='=.,aa,=. c L=iN.RRMOYAeLR une.r.gNn.r.n Tr .rRONr a.n..d MNTtI0l'OLOCN Nmm m. /IWm Canova's intentions to submitit Chuck Rigby is a former "Being en loved the tournament,.
oa.a.d C0A1'wM wIM N.e.aa eo'aelan. ,.ML ul aagnmiNn,And axe And e.m.vr.mac d aWM$au e Naaul TIIIRiI eM so you.ohMq 1ron11e'SM Or.Ma earlier.: Canova was not employee of the Orlando firm Harold. Branh.im :and .1| M '.nr G b WN1ay, ar Ilnr eny.n M N.oe uP MM present Tuesday night. for HSF. ;
aa.mWq oemenaeNe. tMa..nM Ip MM apMnr. Or wa1 Ma now working were the nionilier.s of l lI
uY am om Sayhd 1-r wahlary: ,Ili.td Mee aw dm.Nldr.mi Shuford emphasized the winning hail while' 1 D.ili- Cow
Tuesday night his signing the In a statement 'to the Sold'Now Johns and Denton So ii il'i ll
letter requesting Canova's hospital board as the meeting placed second. Dale Johnsinvited
i Slade resignation had anything to do opened. Attorney Welty gave )Reservations are now being his Uncle ('l irie's Manure
with inhalation therapy the opinion that the hospital taken I lor the annual Brudlord (Durkee to lish the tournanu
Loudon and Mrs. Green also board is a public body and its High School Football Banquet and he not only put lion \Dale
.denied that the corporation meetings open to the public. which will I he held at I I the hut put it on all the Bassniasters Sterilized Weed Free
formed to provide inhalation Welty said the board could :National" Guard Armory on present l b\ landing a
.. Gas And therapy to the hospital had meet in private if no businesswas Edwards Road Thursda\! seven |poulld Uiss.e need
Appliances anything to do with their transacted ,but was to January :30. Ihis .kind ol fisherman to join 40 Lb.
requesting Canova's resignation. double check that when the The banquet will honor the Bag $229
332 Madison Phone 964-7701 board wondered if it can inter- successful Bradford High us.Johns announced at the
"George is too easy going," view prospective administrators Football 'I'eamwhich made it \December meeting/ I ih.itMarke ,
Dodd told the board when discussing in private. instate pla\olls and wound upwith Builders Suppl\ will
the resignation Another meeting of the ten wins and two losses. Hive a S3;; gilt eertilicale to the
request. Main criticism board is set Tuesday night, Tickets are priced at $1 for Ba sl11a"ll'r I that I lands the ,
a against Canova who had been Jan. 28, at 7:30: p.m. to hear a each member of the Bradford most pounds! ot bass! during ,
I administrator for six years, report from Welty on the All-Sports club who annual each (tournament,
was that he would not follow qualifications of an adminis- sponsor", the dinner. :Nonmember January marked. the end of
through with action on get- trator and to determine how to tickets are priced at the lirst 'hall 011111" season
tough policies of the board. seek another administrator. $2 each. Italy six more touriuinieiits to
"How times in the Director of Nurses Gloria for reservations to the banquet '
many Ho.e have had a H: past year had George Canova King is holding that position call or go by to see lor the Brat, six Imn'n.i
been so to speak.called on the now. but says she doesn't wantit Wanda''' Prevail at the High nients hut lets make" Ihr lis|
carpet for not carrying out the 1 permanently. Next Tues- School or Ada Reddish", at the six the best six. Seed
policies: of the board?" day's meeting. is open to the Brudlord Middle School.: Bill Tdlev' holds (he Vlulrecord ,
Shuford asked Dodd. public. A fried chicken dinner with
.. w ith a \10 |IN'UIItI and sty
I : it"" l h' Irlmmmgs. h as I awl ounce Kiss that I he landed inl Potatoes

planned l>))73: in Orange Lake" JulianAKUae .
r .sail he ,'allWl! on a
H r hill and catch nne that Inn: 181Bushel
1 Don Thompson is sport,.: a I ,
11"III''s' lH>'al.' He j is Iii.>
leader" in points. ,so far: thisseason. 519.
The top six are. '
Lhs. 139'lOIIDA
100
Thompson. Patelch.. :NeilCraulord.
I Harold lininh.nii.

; w Sunirall.Don Brow and Demon \..

HI'a IIha: 111.111,1 moved up into 1STOllnOI.
the .top six in place ol KailMuse :: ',
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The lime is netting: : right lit
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The next meeting is Jan. 20.
The club will then set u time 539 East Call St.

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for !foreign got.. / e, ;. _.; Nov. Land Sales Drop To $315,400<.


cars. S'l'ARKE Recorded real and Lake Geneva near Keystone of Saratoga Heights SubDivision -
.1. ft estate property transactions Heights for $70,000. The in Starke $17,500. Township Six South, Range 22 of Block B of Seminole Ridge northsest' quarter of SectionTfillyseven.
dropped. to the low low figureof land was sold by the 304 Partnership T. K. Trowell fo Larry J., East, 27000. .I ml Kour. $6.om( ) Township six
$Jl.r,40(> for the month of to Kenneth P. Platt Crews and Patricia G.. Crews.. E, W. Hayes and Ruby,'S. Sophie L. Wolf Howard E. soiilli. Range twenty-two.east;
!November; 1974 about 25 percent and Joan Saklak Platt and is Lot Three of Block "C" of' 1 Hayes to AI K. Carlisle* and Whitehead and Evelyn L. .$9.000.! '
I off the monthly average located in Government Lot Bradford Oaks subdivision'and Marjorie P. Carlisle, a parcelof Whitehead the south fifty feet
bar the previous. months of the Three in Section 25, Township a one-twentieth Interest in land in the Northwest of Lot 5 of Block One of Santa '
year, 8 South, Range 22 East. Tract "E" of the Bradford corner of Lot One of Block Ke Shores, $$4,000. VET NEWS
Only 22 parcels.were entered Other property .transferswere Oaks. Subdivision $3,000. Twelve Gaskins Addition to George H Pierce, Executorto
'. of record for the month : L, G, Dail and Mallie Dail to the City of Starke, $20,000. Peter M. Raffone, Lot 14. St.Petersburg Many
f;t ol November. October land Dorsey L, Davis and EloiseT. Charles Wayne Hutto and' Myrtle W. Jones to Edward (except the south 20 feet), 15, widows and parents may be
,, :,, sales totaled ,238,950 t Davis Harold M. Ifamon-[ Agnes lone Hutto, a parcel of Arthur Winkler and Mildred and 16 of Block 13 of the Town, eligible for additional benefitsif
Property values were calculated tree and Jennie C. lIamon- land measuring 129 feet by 230 R. Winkler. a parcel of land of Hampton $9,100. their health is such that they
\}: from documentary tree a parcel of land containing feet, in the Northeast quarter lying in the Northeast quarter' L G. Dail and Mallie Dail to. must have help from another
tax stamps affixed to 40 acres, more or less' in of the Northwest quarter of ,of the Northeast quarter of Arv"n R. Hughey and Eliza person, or if they lire patients:
iJ.lb. ,"'" warranty deeds filed in the Section 14, Township 6 South, Section Twenty-seven, Town- Section Twenty, Township Six lx.-th E. Hughey, a parcel of in nursing homes. .
Bradford County Courthouse Range 22 East, North of SK100 ship Six South, Range Twenty-) South, Range Twenly-tv.o land 230 feet by 260 feet in the '
,/ I Lund i transactions of less than ( ) and East'of' SR-225 Two East, near the cast city East,. North of SR-16, $38.000. northeast quarter of the Current federal laW make
Auto parts for quality I i node replacemntparts $1.0110( ( are not included. $28.000.( limits of the City of Starke, ,Harry Mitchell and Betty it possible for the payment of
for the most popular foreign cars in town World-' Largest land transaction for Louise D. Abell to Robert E. $4noo. Mitchell to Thomas Allan .. monthly ,benefits to certain
parts are made by world famou manufacturers such'os I the month involved the sale of Pew and Edith L. Pew Lot Paul M. Steinmetz and .Smith, 2.59 acres of land in the 1 widows and dependent
Maremont Bosch Boge and more' a parcel of land between SK-21 One of Block Four of Unit One Natalie W. Steinmetz to Tabor'' Southwest quarter oi the SENIOR parents of deceased veterans
Langa
C. Hill and Edith K, Hill, four, Southwest quarter of Section
and military personnel
than 60 others. .---- -----... ,..,. ---- parcels of land in the Smoke, Ten. Township Six South, W B. Mackall, director says of
When your foreign car needs repairs, have .your rise Subdivision, $9,500. Range Twenty-Two East CITIZENS Florida's Division of Veterans

garage or service station man call us for World parts Or +; ATTENTION Carolyn II. Redgrave to $10.000. .. ... Affairs.
we can give you the name and address. of a foreigncar ADULTS.Learn Verl H. Best and Ina Con Thomas Allan Smith to Tim Dependency and indemnity

expert near you.VNO2. stance Best, Lot Seven and the J. Peterson, 1.295 acres ofland East,West home's the best.It ,compensation is the benefit
northerly 11.1 feet of Lot Six of in the Southwest quarterof is real good to be buck in paid to widows, widowers and
Block Eight, Simon J. Tem the Southwest quarter of Bradford County where I've dependent parents of persons
LIPS t Cake pie's Addition to the Town of Section Ten Township Six resided for 30 years I think who died on-or alter January
Decorating Slarke, $9,000.Michael! South, Range, Twenty-two I've lived in this communitylong 1,1957. while on active duty in

Auto Parts for Imports Division Maiei'i' r' 'rporationVOUSWAStN Gilhooly and East, $5,000.Robert enough to be considered a the Armed Forces of the
.. I Call forapplications for Muriel Gilhooly to Victor E. W Davenport and native or Florida Cracker United States. This same
BENAUII.. CAPRI TOYOTA. POOSCM' DAISJN SAA6. )PI' ''.I''a" r ,r IM3INI A' 'tklUMPHiw PARIS' ) Ashline and Carol L, Ashline, Mary Davenport to JasperLee I was in Mission Vigo in l benefit is paid to the dependents -
a parcel of land containing McKenzie and Willie MaeMcKenzie. Southern California for.'onc
we.headquarter Worldparts c""i usror a s*.>rvict expert you; Beginning and Advanced of veterans whose death
t Classin 1.51)(; acres in Section five. Lot 13 of Hillcrest month. As is well known thereis arc caused by a disease or.
Township 6 South, Range 22 Highlands Subdivision, $4.700. a great deal of jealousy injury which was incurred
Cake East $2,760.Ilouston Donald Keith Bennett and between these two
Decorating to beginin great during military service.
Parts Service Co. Homes, Inc., to Donna T. Bennett to Van states, Florida and California. Widows and widowerswhoare
Gary W. Brewer and Donna L. Wayne Bennett the north 250 Almost everybody one meets receiving Veterans Ad-.
February. feet of the East half of the
I Brewer, Lot 19 of Smokerise immediately thinks one is minis)ration benefits, and who
102 E Brownlee St. Starting date will Subdivision, $26.800. Northeast quarter of the wealthy when one says I am. are sa disabled as to require
I Northwest of the
depend upon Walter H. Johns and Mary quarter from Florida. the assistance of another
11. Bryan to Halph J. Darley Northwest quarter of Section The California terrain is will receive $64 a
964-7721 j response. Call 964-6150 and Ruth G. Darley, a parcel Twenty-two, Township Five much different to that of month person aid and attendance
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of land lying in the Northwest South Range Twenty-Two Florida. Hills mountains and allowance. This allowance is
I quarter of t the Northeast quarter East $2,000.John 'valleys are opposed to our, in addition to the regular
.... Sr -'---- 2t I I23 of Section Thirty-four, E. Sparkman and flatlands and swamps. The Veterans Administration
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-, ",- 0", '"'" "l .,.,, Dorothy C. Sparkman to soil is of heavy brown clay and payment received each
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James B. Rowell and Janey B. evergreen plant life abounds parents on
Howell the south ten acres of .around homes in the valleys. the dependency and compensation
the Southwest of the
quarter Irrigation systems are built rolls may receive $55 a
Northeast quarter of Section into the sidewalks which are month aid and attendance

+ Every a.yLovIPrice FOOD Twenty-one, Township Seven open every morning for an allowance plus their regular'(
EveryDayLowPrice South Range Twenty-Two. which
] hour or two keeps' the Veterans Administration pay 1
East 5000. ground cover plants and ment.
The Oil Corporation to shrube green all year round. Mackall further stated '
BEEF Pantry REGULAR GRIND I harry K. Silcr and Pauline The climate is quite dry low widow, widower or parent w any ho
FAIR Pride ORELECTRIC Siler. Lot One of Block B of humidity and temperatures is receiving Veterans "Adminisl -
SIRLO N PERKCOFFEE Seminole Ridge Unit Four. range where I' was from 45 rat ion benefits, and \\ho
$4.r(H). degrees in I the to 05 in
morning is in a nursing home or is Ii!)
ll.irry K. Slier and Pauline the afternoon during the
SUPERMARKETS disabled us to require the aid
Slier to Jon Harrison and winter months. Heavy rainfall and attendance of another
STEAS STARKE :\Iantil' C.i Harrison Lot One comes only two months of person may apply for the
: 320 SOUTH I the war. December and additional benefit by furnishing
WALNUT. January There is no rain for the Veterans Administration
the remaining ten months with I11l'liicalc\'idencc of
; 2. VlflVDAV LOW.PftlCIf' GOOD IIVIN The Senior Citizens movement
$ 8 their condition.
DAVI A WICK o.uuut0o0n
+ 1 ;;;! TMMU JANUANV MISCNVID'P IPn. QUANTITYNtOHTS 1 LBBAG 89 C began in California under the For further information
r leadership of Doctor Town- contact l.ithl'r'our local
: irtiff pfeuitf fo JCMpfU.lD.JLRMOSTiMP send in the.early 1930s. County Veteran Service Office

LB L. Great improvements have any office of the Veterans
,. COUPONS been achieved since then Administration orrite
1 nalionallyill1qiitah(1} tt/g. .Mllcka 11. Post Office i BoV'14:17.:
(1 I t Free busing and flu shots St.Petersburg} ;?:J7tiJlincluding1 : } C -

1I 1+ All t t s Y r were inauguratix141st I year, for1"'" your 'Veterans!!,, Administration -
1 the elderly. We us Senior ) Claim numlxT.
tieFiUDE ]; ja Citizens of Bradford County of birth Social
( U.S. NO. 1 MAINE .1 date >t or Security
SMOKED rll" urge similar legislation. mmilicT.)
At our 1 last meeting Dr. Bob
PCNIC| STYLE WHITEPOTATOES ciue McManus and Parii-proles-
ilHtffK'-4K' I l WATER ADDEDmSjffST :.sional Lila Leach: lenders! ol .'

SHOULDER "I 1 was glad when they said the Santa Fe Senior Citizens SADDLE &. TACKAUCTION
unto me Let us go into the College project registered! all.
l0o r_,N house of the Lord.." members present into the (in
LBLOOSE Psalm 122:1 Plus Club. Santa ll" (' Community -
Y t
[ 1LGWtt B B College is having the
"As the heart panteth after project.This .
the,water brooks, so long.. registration entitles all Wo have Ix'on asked! to liui .
IvcryDayLowPnccOMIIUI Every OayLowPrKe CtfcryDaytow eth my soul for thee, 0 personsisirs( () and older totxn'ticipide (| EyITD+yEoerllk [
mur BOSTON BlAOfROAST PORN r ryp yL erPPla onuiBuyFftlSH .IonuI8uy... .. God," in !INHI) credit! or Saddle Ci). o\ei
CHUCK POTROAST SPARE CHUCK BEEF: *JIM* ***! Psalm 42:1 non-credit courses ill no cost.Our $:0,1";(> ( "> worth of handm.idc
STEAKS FLORIDACARROTS FLORIDA 1 first Class is Arm Chair paddles and tack. of all
I
lOMR IHOUIDCH ""[ RIBS LIVER '
'I ..., '! ttuiiB MMIPMHCI m mm ORANGES Worship of God meets one Tra\cling. kinds including iippMin.itcly ,
CDI S28 ::: S !u f TO of the deepest needs of The class! starlet! last. KM) !saddles. All
:: .. ilttu 8 CLU
:;, N. L. UA- __u 1Lma 69 LImo 14c 4 < mankind. A man who does Thursday lit he( School Board have 3' yea. )' guarantee.
:, IACH not worship God is like a Office on Temple A\e.. SIu'kl'mil I,if clime guaranteed
.. plant that does not receivethe is directed by 1 Dr. Huh trammel bits und .luuka-
EveryDyLowTicc W ryDYLowPricc Evcyo.yLowPrkc BonuiBuy rainfall from heaven. It McManus. It will (continue for mores
CONTAOIN* withers away and dies. nine weeks. An. one in Bradford -
Pantry Pridn .s'tiilankcts.
H NEW CHOP 'Rl.M Kool Kiire pads. .: '
II. STEWED BLACKEYE YELLOW I GREEN County over (>Ml. }jours of > race equipment..
TOMATOES You are invited to'ioin with age can register with no
PEAS ONIONS I CABBAGE L plus hundreds of other tack
the congregation of the .charge. terns.Each. '
140. First Baptist Church in This consists
( project' ol
....c 39 ,. 9c 10c worship next Sunday narrated movies and slides of item offered will !he
COMPARE :..' morning and find counties and shows .old to the highest t bidders
o LOW. SAY OUfl IVtflVOAV .. inspiration peoples
"'c. U'TO COMPARE on ten LOW i ,UP;a ; COMPARE DMMCI"Y: V1 0 and strength for the and their cultures of our v
Cooked Ham ysnssiuf: : .o s1"o living of these difficult world. Friday,
; Smoked Ham :SSSSS": 7SctOO *
,. Cream Cheese
:sssr39 tOO' days. This) is to your advantage,
Boneless Hams rsrJ4" 50' I Smoked Picnicsro;:?!F 6SctOO Low Cal Yogurt '. 25* "hnot make use of it. You do January 31
Beef For :oar "God Is our refuge and- not have, lo be a inemlKrof the
Stew t l"TrMeat 10' I Sliced Bologna :Knrj.M:: ; 99Cto' ; Cottage Cheese :=:O' 59* strength, a very present. Senior Citizens Club The nl'x" 7:30: p.m.
Loaf Mix ?H V SgCto' r ..help in time of trouble. session will be held January:
: I Cottage Cheese :r '" 89 *
L. :":: Sour Cream
49 Psalm
BSTJT:: 46:1: tit I p.m. at the same place. Craig Field National

Turkey Loaf !?.::' M5 to' 1 Sliced Bacon s-w'1 99ctOO i Daisy Cheese $1"a" :The next meeting of the Guard Armory
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1I01fW1IO.' BEN BRYANT Senior Citizen club is 40? St. Johns Bluff Road

Ground Beef 'P; ';;". ,,79 to' I Turkey ssat: : ". as7A O"IO.'". 49* tOO I Cooked Shrimp _- 99* tOO ,Pastor January Pralt Street 28 at 1 p.m.Recreation at the Jacksonville Florida

WILLIAMGEORGE Center, Auction Conducted by
r" Min. of Music Tri-State Liquidators
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Taco Casserole /e.';," 79c r I I Insect Spray "c: 88 (Formerly with -
co0"" ; ; 2" I Personna Blades .r:. 3/l/ 79. Holiday Inn of Starke) :

Pantry Pride Fudge 59; tr t Iced Tea Mix : :.::".: 89c ., Wilkinson Blades ",: Ir ,39c .,

Pantry Pride Macaroon;; ; 59( tf' I Tea : Now Open ,
Bags 'API"892 10. i Norwich Aspirin ,.;. 29c 10.

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Collins Jr., US Army, a A 3-LB., 5-LB. OR
former resident of Starke, has
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defense programs and resources Z0 C 449 E-Z $468Li.
$ coca J 2
in a broad political is. CR 31c' r
social, and military context. E .Oo

The principal of the school underlyingtheme year is the OVEN OO 8PA. 1(1, Z9 12

management of logistic scErolcE .. 0
resources, materiel; u. r LB. READY LB. LB.
programs, and systems to
combat threats and chal-
lenges to the security of our BRAND USDA CHOICE ALL VEGETABLE

nation.A 1951. graduate of Bradford DELMONICOSWD
WESSON OILSAVE
High School, he holds a BS STEAK
degree in business adminis- ,
tration and an MS degree in

contract and procurement SAVE SAVE ..... .,, 99
I :.i
management.COL $ El 49 i $
Collins began his military SOc 31c fo od 4OC
Slam
career in 1949 by enlistingin '
the Florida National Guard.He L'. L'. 98
returned to Washington in Wf n Dxffs

September 1974 for a second .. L 940u. :: 48-ox.
tour the of duty 702nd after Maintenance commanding u, s.cliollE- ) LB. ( s..cl+oicE LB. BOTTLE

Battalion 2nd Infantry Divi- Limit 1 with $7.SO or more purchase excluding cigarettes...
sion in Korea.
His military decorations B'WD
include the Legion of Merit, .
..
TASTY Mo, SIZE) W D BRAND" USDA CHOICE BEEP "All SAVE 7c HUNT'S SAVE Be THRIFTY MAID. GRAPE-

the Medal Meritorious, the Air Medal Service and the. Beet Patties 3 PKG. $199 Meat Stew . : .'La. $139 Tomato Sauce 'CAN28C" Fruit Juice . ,. .6'0.CAN. 39C
Army Commendation Medal.He
and his wife, the former SAVE lie W D BRAND PORK SHOULDER (WATER" "ADDED) HICKORY SWEE MUELLER'S SOUT'Flour.BISCUIT crr

-.Mary''reside) with Conway,their:of children Starke at,,, .Smoked, ..Picnics, ,:,,.: BUft8; .l )j.ced Bgspa. *... ..r..V 99c. --Spaghetti.. ,._..:P'..- .25c .., ... '.- -.--. .,--vr5 BAG IB 68*

."'I"Lake,Ridge near Washington, .. ,SAVE ,11 1' -i../SDA GRAD 9i"A7% QUXK fROZEN W.D BRAND" SAVE 30e USDA,.CHOICE jo M THRIFTY MAID ... MONOGRAM LONG GRAIN

bt' DC- B I' ngHens. LB.58c Leg O' Lamb LB. $139 Chili. I I & Beans 3 "'CANS''''' .. $100 Rice . . 3 PKO LB 78C

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BROOKER SAVE lOe W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEP TOP ROUND OR SAVE" 40c W.D BRAND USDA' CHOICE SIRLOIN OR RIB. SAVE lOc "ASTOR DOUGLAS" WHOLESirfom

IN BRIEFBy Steak .. LB.- $189 Lamb Chops LB. $189 Coffee CAN I.LB. 99c Chicken '. 50'0.CAN." 99C

W 0 BRAND USDA' CHOICE BEEF PORTERHOUSE OR W D BRAND SAVE 16c KRAFT THRIFTY MAID BARTLETT.
T-Bone Steak $189 Franks !& 69C 2 IS.o.. $1 Pears 2 29'0.. $1
Jeannette Prescott LB. .' : Grape Jelly JARS CANS

,.,SCHOOL NEWS
All classes at Brooker Ele-
mentary participated in an THRIFTY MAID DELICIOUS HARVEST FRESH FLORIDA YELLOW

Arbor Friday morning Day Program except Mrs.last TOMATOES.LLE CORNEARS
SUEUR PEAS
/,. Jackson's class which had a
special program in the after- ,

noon.The program began with nLrlr. e SAVE / I
scripture reading by Malissa $
Rabon & Lisa Lynn. A poem 47. 8' I'
about trees was recited by Susan f16os.
Douglas, Deborah Green 39 y 10
Drew Andrews, Randy
Starling, and Martin Hunter.A T0.M47oia 1 7-oi. r r
song "Smokey The Bear," CAN r" J M
by Mrs. Powell's class was CAN EARS
sung. The poem "Trees" by Limit S with S7.3O or mere purchase excluding cigarettet.
Joyce Kilmer was recited by i
Penny Riggs' Randy. Mc- ASTOR FRUIT DANDY

Clellan Dorminey Jill and Sharon Hayes,Fussell.James ( POjo.'PIES

Mrs. Patry's class sang a COCKTAIL QUICK GRITS

song and recited a poem"about As t ,.
"Ten Little Pint Trees. I CHICKEN, TURKEY, BEEF OR MACARONI CHEESE
Terry Reedy county 1tUIT LC'L
SAVE SAVE
forester, spoke about the SAVE
reason for having Arbor Day $
and the proper planting. and 17e 21e 38e $
care of trees. 7ft
Mrs. Cook's kindergarten
students each planted a pine
16oz. LB.
seedling. The program was 8-01.
concluded with a song by the CANS I PKG.
'class of Mrs., Scott and Mrs. PIES j
Ivey.The pine seedlings were
donated by the Division of t
The Junior BETTY CROCKER LAYER PEEP SOUTH PEANUT" FRESH FLORIDA. BAG. .ASTOR. MCa
Forestry.
Woman's' Club of Starke Mixes' "X59C Butter ? $159 J Oranges 5 e.. 59C Orange Juice.. 3 CANS 13'0.. $1 1 oo
.donated a dogwood tree to be .:.. '. '. . 4f . .G
'planted and cared for by Mrs. HANDY" PANTS DISPOSABLE.. DEL MONTE FRESH TEMPLE SUPERBRAMD

,Jackson's The Junior first Women grade discussedthe class. Diapers '. I. .. *?. 99C Catsup < . }t": 38C 'Oranges . 12 POll 79C Twin Pops ,. n.I'IC.-: 99C

importance of trees with THlllf" MAID.. EVAPORATED THRIFTY MAID VIENNA U S No.I RUSSETT SUPERBRAND '

'the class plant and the helped new tree.the students MilkTHRIFTY I . ,. 4 CANS 13-01." $100 Sausage . 3 is" *' $1 Baking Potatoes 'IO.LB'AG' 69C Fudge .Bars .. 12.I'K.-,' 99c.

There will be a planning day : MAID.. POWDERED CRACKIN' GOOD RED DELICIOUSSaltines TASTE O' SEA HADDOCK"

24.for teachers thU Friday,Jan. Milk. .., V<.GT,. $3 99 . 2 FKa$1' 1 Apples. . 4 IAa LB... 69C Fillet I . . .. .PKG.99C

THRIFTY MAID* .. ... BROWN N' SERVE SEEDED OR FRESH (3 IB. BAG.. 33O) POLY BAG" fRENCH PRIED

We are PERSONALS sorry to learn that''' .Kidney Beans 3 CANS 88e Cluster' Rolls''.. 3 i&;: $100 1 Yellow Onions 5 ;a 49C Potatoes . 5 .l'o 99CDIXIE
Mrs. Evelena Thomas is convalescing -

in Hill Haven her in : .................. .._. .................... .......... .. .' ._.,....................... ;
;.Gainesville. 'We urge DARLING SANDWICH .En.X. :.:;;;:
friends to drop by and visit. BREAD 11uiii EXTRA EX.-R ; ....,.... EXTRAd7l
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Mr. Haward Eadie of .R' SAVE STAMPS I d" GREEN'1 STAMPS I I d7t ''Charleston S. C.: and Mrs. Y .....(.GREEN!.-. (MlMM STAMPS.-N..........M n.1'N..M-MN GREEN.UN.M.NNNY Y !..N"NN, WNW,rarYY M N.WN, fWNM n.NIMY M
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'Visiting' Mr. and Mrs., W. C. 2 24-01. 88 IOWN Klan 0.. Shin : ; IRN ;_ Pimento Cheese : -
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l'IIKI'12 TKl.KGHAPII: : January 21,1175LEGALS: ;



LEGALSINVITATION : LA WTEY.

., -". .
automotive high grade steel with capacity '
FOR BIDS PAMELA ANN TIDWELL, and your wife, as tenants by the ',
brakes booster
Service vacuum
hot dipped zinc alloy coating for Elizabeth Terry
resistance all-welded Clutch 13" diameter(not less Plaintiff, vs GENE EASTON entirety, located at Starke, .I 1 by
PURCHASE OF AERIAL corrosion TIDWELL, Defendant. Bradford County, Florida. and
BUCKET AND ACCESSORIESFOR construction: than) more particularly desclrbed as: ('Jll'It1I' ( ( \"I'l\lTmS O. J, Anders, on Saturday, John Sleilin Ala<'hua
THE 1. 16 gauge outside panels Cooling system heavy duty (fanEs NOTICE OF SUIT Church ur. (iud i : Sunday Nee and Mrs. Fon/o ,Pre (;il'IWI'ulllllOPIIuI.! Gainesville; ,

CITY OF STARKE, FLORIDA 2. 18 gauge shelving radiator. ) NO PROPERTYTo PARCEL 1: One acre square on school 10 a.ni. Service! II vail. Slarke, were Friday on :-;umluilIIN'IIIIOII..
3. 12 gauge diamond plate Battery 70 amp North side of SE 1/4 of NW 1/4 a.m. und 7 p.m.1'1 Wednesday night guests of their brother :Mr. and :Mrs.1 J. C. Padgett

SEALED PROPOSALS will be steel floor Alternator 19-.20 65 SM amp. Gene Easton Tidwell, of an adjoining road lying in al 730; pin. and slslcrin.lawMr.\ und und I lamily ol :Middleiiirg.were ) .
received by the City Clerk, City 4. 16 gauge end panels Frame 264155316Hq. Section 26, Township 7 South, Kallh Baptist 'hurch : Mrs Carl Prevail.Mr. Sunda.' guests of their
30
at Starke, Florida, until 7:00: 5 Heavy duty structural Transmission Fuel tank step tank 5 gallon Clark Co. HQSVBN Range 22 East, SAVE AND Radio Program over WPXE and Mrs Warren Johns 1 brother IInel..is\t.I..in.law.. \ :\ ..

P.M. (Eastern Standard Time! channel subbaseB. 285-V! speed, Paris Island, S. C. 29905 EXCEPTING THEREFROM, Slarke 8 u.m. Sunday. Bible and family Jacksonville, and Airs Gene; Tu. 1m' .", ilgll'ls.
Body Dimensions: Commence at the intersection of School 10 Services were Friday night guests ol)' .
YOU
on February 4. 1915 and publicly tires 9:00 X 20 12 ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat u.m. Worship -
opened thereafter at the regular 1. 146" overall length Front : ply, an action for Dissolution of the North boundary of SE 1/4 of 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. their brother-in-law and :Mr. and !Mrs. I'alll'1.1Il''k
(wtubeslRear )
City Commission Meeting on. 2. 93" outside width highway tread Marriage has been filed againstyou NW 1/4 of Section 26, Prayer MecdngWednesday tit sister; Mr. and !Mrs. Earl celebrated( Iheoson I Tom'sbirllulay .
9:00 X Hi-
tires : 20,12 ply,
that date for purchase of the 3.47" front of body height and you are required to Township 7 South, Range 22 7:30: p.m. Bible Study.irucr Mosley. on :Mond.iv Jan. 1:1.:
toM owing: 4. 45" rear of body height w/tubes Miler extra) grip, mud Ft snow serve a copy of your written East, Bradford County, Florida, ( I'nitptt' ;Methodist; !\Ir'-lInd Mrs Jimmy !Moore. :Some; 'I Iriends came' and

SEE ATTACHED 5. 18" compartment depth (Cab conventional defenses, if any to ft,, on the and the Easterly right of way line Sunday School l:45: a.m. Wor- and family, Orange( Park brought gills The.v !served
SPECIFICATIONS 6. 57" floor width plaintiff's attorney, whose name of State Road No. 100 and run ship Services I II I a.m. and (11:10!::)() were Saturday dinner'' guests cake and ice cream.
INSTALLED ON OWNER. C. Compartmentation Left. with Directional signals column, front switch only, and address is George H. Pierce, thence South 18 degrees 35 p.m. llni led Methodist-! ol Iheir parents Mr. and !Mrs.! Mrs.\ 1lm'l'lIs.. :'IlissIm': \'

FURNISHED VEHICLE Side: steering 2- Esquire, p, O. Drawer 1030, minutes, 30 seconds East, along Fellowship Ui;: () p.m and Fred, !Moore.Mrs. Faulkner, und :\11'. millh's.: .
Windshield dual
1. First Vertical Seven ((7)) wipers Starke Florida, 32091, and file said right of way line, 210 feet, Choir Practice at 7:30: p.m. Hubert Priest l. Mrs.Truby Hermie Kelly intended the
electric heater &
Each bid shall be addressed to fixed material hooks speed defrosterFull the original with the clerk of the thence North 89 degrees, 16 Wednesday.. ( Wamwright and Brad retired ((teachers meeting inUiko
the City Commission, City of 2. Second Vertical Six ((6)) foam cushion above styled court on or before minutes, 30 seconds East 77 feet Dr. Ira C'onlcy, director. of Harper visited his parents Butler on Thursday
Starke Florida, and marked fixed material hooks seat February 3, 1975; otherwise a to the point of beginning; thence Alachua County Mental Hi'V and Mrs. John SiciU in :Mr., and\ :Mrs. Bw'I'Wal';l '",
Seat belts
"Purchase of Aerial Bucket and 3. Horizontal One ((1)) plain (Ipairl) judgment may be entered continue North 89 degrees, 16 Health Association, ol Gainesville Alaehua General; Hospital, were Saturday (I\.t'mll' guests
Accessories" and delivered to fixed shelf, extending thru rear Right side sun visor color and arm Omaha rest against you for the relief minutes 30 seconds East, 133 will l he the speaker at t the Gainesville: I I on Thursday. ol their mill hl'I'1I's.: Bessie! !
Paint solid (
the office of the City Clerk, City vertical compartment one demanded in the complaint or feet, thence North 18 degrees, church Jan. 20. Brad sla.ved with them until Walls hrothcr-in-ljiw.
of Starke. Florida, either by a 4. Rear Vertical (Top orange Power ) petition. 35 minutes, 30 seconds West 38 llll Baptist Church:: Sunday.Wayne. sister! \ :Mr. anti :Mrs. (G.; C.

representative of the Bidder who portion incorporated into F.O.B. steering TO BODY PLANTTO WITNESS my hand and the feet, thence South 72 degrees, Sunday School !>::4r a.m.: and Tommy I Harper Stanley. Crescent Cil\" .
shaH! obtain a receipt therefor, or horizontal compartment) Lower MEET AND EXCEED ALL seal of said Court on January 7. 21 minutes, 12 seconds West, Worship Sl'rvlel'S.11 a.m. and were Saturday guests til their :Jlrl\ and Mrs. llrimie Kelly
by registered mail with return portion vacant OSHA REQUIREMENTSTO A. D.. 1975. 126.62 feet to the point of 6 p.m. Prayer Meeting 7 p.vm. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. \isited! \ their hrother-m' law\
receipt requested. D. Compartmentation Right beginning. Wednesday.Niirthhide. Carl Prevail. and sisler, :Mr. and :Mrs. ,\.
MEET EXCEED
OR THESE
The City reserves the right totrove Side: Gilbert S. Brown : Baptist Cluirch: W. S. Crews and daughter Phallman K(' !ollllll' Heights
informalities in any bid; to 1. First Vertical Six ((6)) SPECIFICATIONSTHE As Clerk of said Court PARCEL 2: Commence at the Sunday School 1:43! : a.m. Laura and granddaughter.Slace.v. on :-;alul'II.ITIll' \ .

reject any or all bids in whole or fixed material hooks By: Donna M. BransonAs intersection of the North Worship Services 11 a.I11, and ol Jacksonville, were following\ olliccrs' were
in part with, or without cause, 2. Second Vertical Access SAID CITY COUNCIL Deputy Clerk boundary of SE 1/4 of NW 1/4 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday Thursday\ ;' guests! ol)' his elected lor the Junior/ 4.H
RESERVES THE RIGHT TO
and,or to accept the bids that inits steps to cargo area 1/94t 130UNITED of Section 26 Township 7 at 7 p.m.SCHOOLNKWS. i mother, Mrs. Pierce Crews. Club: President (C'I.IlUll.
lodgment will be for the best 3. Horizontal Two ((2)) fixed ACCEPT OR REJECT ANY OR I South, Range 22 East; Bradford 1 Dennis Roberts ol Redding :Norman. Vice I'lesulVni.:

interests of the City of Starke, shelves with removable dividerson ALL k BIDS. County, Florida, and the Easterly ( \ Caht. came. to live with his Sony Gritlis : :Secretary.
Florida. 8" centers STATES DISTRICT right of way line of State Road Arbor Day was observed al !parents. Mr. and Mrs. Edward ,John 'llmmpson. KcpnrtcY.Janet { ( : .
4. Rear Vertical Three ((3)) CITY COMMISSION OF CITYOFSTARKE COURT MIDDLE DISTRICT OF No. 100 and run thence South Law ley Elementary School. Roberts recently: Jordan' and! ConnedDelegale

CITY COMMISSION OF THE fixed shelves with removable 1 FLORIDA JACKSONVILLE, 18 degrees 35 minutes, 30 January 17, with a special Miss! Rusty! Barficldol)' Powder Ituhnn'I'.tunt\ .
CITY OF STARKE FLORIDA dividers on 4" centersE. STARKE, FLORIDA DIVISION Court No. 74-613-' seconds East along said right of program und tree-planting Springs: Ga. is spending a :\\11'. and :\11.'s. I Uolu-il tar
Standard Features: Civ-JUNITED; STATES OF way line, 210 feet to the point of ceremony. month with her !parents Mr. visited! Rev John :Meilin
Merrill Edwards, 1. Basic body fabricated By: Merrill Edward, AMERICA Plaintiff, VS. RICKY beginning, thence continue Guest speaker was and Mrs! Kenneth [Barlield.Mrs. Alachua General Hospital.\ ,

City Clerk from cold-rolled-automotive City Clerk JOHNS, and JULIE JOHNS, his South 18 degrees, 35 minutes, Terrance Reedy, Bradford Onie Thornton und Gainesville; on Sunday! chic I
steel with hot dipped zinc alloy wife Defendants. NOTICE OF 30 seconds East along said rightof County Forester. Followingthe 'Mrs. Alphie Parrish, ol Au- noon

CITY OF STARKEP.O. coating, electrically welded SALE: Notice Is hereby given way line, 22 feet, thence program n tree was hurndalc. and Mrs.! Pierce
DRAWER construction NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO that pursuant to a Final Decreeof North 72 degrees, 21 minutes planted with Kindergarten (Crews attended I the wedding.
STARKE, FLORIDA 32091 2. All doors. are full double- REGISTER Foreclosure entered on 12 seconds East, 73.30 feet; students assisting Mr. Reedy.On ol) Miss} Sandi. Morgan and Jimmy Andrews
paneled, self sealed. With built- FICTITIOUS NAME December 18, 1974 by the above thence South 89 degrees, 16 Friday morning. Mrs. Gary Melvin. Brooker.. til

Quotation in drainage for maximum entitled Court In the above minutes, 30 seconds West, 77 Welch and other members of the !Madison Street Baptist 1 On Dcan'w List
weather-tightness. Steel hinge Pursuant to Section 865.09 styled cause, the undersignedUnited feet to the point of beginning. the Junior Woman's Club of Church on Saturday.
AERIAL BUCKET AND AC. rod extends entire length of door Florida Statutes, notice is here States Marshal or any of Starke presented! a dogwoodtree Mr. and Mrs. Buddy' Kilgore At Fur m a n Univ.
CESSORIES SPECIFICATION 3. All doors contain flush by given that the undersigned his duly authorized deputies will PARCEL 3:; Commence at the (to the! first grade The 'ol St. George Ga., Mr. ...nilll's.
type .single point locks with Cecelia T Terwillegar 1525 E sell the property situate in intersection of the North students assisted I in plantingthe :\ Winton Parrish! ol Avon Jimmv' Joe, Andrews, son ol
Item 1 1. 1 Aerial bucket installed recessed handles, including Call St., Starke. Bradford Bradford County, Florida boundary of SE 1/4 of NW 1/4 I tree and will attempt to Kirk.. and Mr. and !Mrs.James Mr. and :\Mrs l.iI1111 Andrewsof
keyed locks and two stage County, Florida 32091 doing described Portions of tots 1 of Section 26, Township 7 Peterson.\ Slarkl'lbitl.1
over rear axle, built in accordance as: lake proper care of it. Starke. earned a place on
with the following strickers business under the firm name and 3. Block 39 of Johns Ad- South, Range 22 East Bradford Friday,. January 24. is a \ Mr. and !Mrs. Harold the Fall 'term )Dean's l.isl! atFurman
specifications: 4. Heavy-gauge welded of 'TERWILLEGAR REALTY". dition to the Town of Starke, County, Florida and the Easterly teacher planning day. The Eunice: during the week.' (I'mvcrsit.v..
A. Ground to bottom of steel base construction with 206 West Madison Street, Bradford County Florida; said right of way line of State Road planning day. follows the. end Friends ol :Mrs. Mandy: The ))('all's List I is comprised
itatform height: 48' at 12' from safety tread floor Starke, Bradford County, portions being more particularly No. 100 and run thence North 89 ol the first semester and BIIl'khul'I1l'l'gl'1 to learn that, ol lulllime undergraduate
centerline of rotationB. 5. All edges either rolled or Florida 32091, intends to register described as follows: Com degrees 16 minutes, 30 seconds semester report. cards will IK !she is a. patient in Bradlord students who earn a a

Working height: 53' folded for strength and safety said fictitious name under the mence at the Northeasterly East along said North Boundary, issued on January all County Hospital. Slarke. grade point average of ::1,2{ : orlictlcr
6. Door header drip rail at provisions of aforesaid statute. of said Lot 1 for of 210 feet to the point of ,
C. Rotation: 360 degrees corner point Prav ersare raluesttdInrher on Fin-man's \lour-point( \
continuous shear ballD. top, for maximum weather Cecelia T, Terwillegar, sole beginning and run Southerly, beginning;' thence continue PERSONALSSincere :\\11'. and Mrs. Roy Slorey systenl.'I'he list is compiled at

Upper boom: Fiberglass protection owner. along the Easterly boundary North 89 degrees, 16 minutes, Sympathy of) the Acworth. Gu.: spent the weekend the end ol l-'urm.m's I three
reinforced plastic, full length of 7. Tailgate 6" high Dated this 23rd day of thereof and continuing 30 seconds East along said community is extended. to the' with (hair parents Mr. terms.
loom actuated by hydraulic 8. Bottom of horizontal January, A, D. 1973 at Starke, Southerly, along the Easterly North boundary 12 feet, thence family and( relatives ot)' Mrs. and 1h's. II. I. Harlield.

cylinder and double acting cable compartment of left side ex Florida. boundary of said Lot 3, 100 feet South 14 degrees, 47 minutes Gene Matthews who passed Miss Prise-ilia. Tanner undo1Jl''h Dale C. JohnsOn
tends through rear vertical 1/23 4t 2/12 the East, 175.70 feet thence North and. debate
linkage. Fiberglass section 18.6" to Southeasterly corner ; away 'oil Saturday, morning. team attended
long from stub to tipE. compartment thereof; thence Westerly, along 18 degrees 35 minutes. 30 Friends of Mr. and !Mrs a !speech and debate Honor Roll
Lower boom: Fabricated 9. Through shelf, full IN THE CIRCUIT COURT the Southerly boundary of said seconds East, 172 feet to the IvoryThompson/ .- regret/( to tournament at Terry Parker
reinforced steelF. length, 1C" wide extending EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Lot 3, 69.68 feet; thence Northerly point of beginning.. learn that lx>th ot)' them are I High School in ,',Il'k..onIll', nn
Pedestal base: Rectangular through all compartments FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRAD- 100 feet to a point on the patients in Riverside Hospital.Jacksonville. Saturday.. At Rirk College: ;
reinforced steelG. 10. Steel roll crown fenders FORD COUNTY. Northerly boundary of said Lot to your wife MARIE LAURA Mrs. Thompson Robert Hullnum ol' Green;

Platform: Single fiberglass 11. Steel treated for extra 1, Westerly and 6995 feet BAUGESS, as a lump sum as had. !surgery on Thursdaymorning. Cove Springs and :Mr.\ and! I Dale Clcmkin Johns' son 1,111r
leinforced plastic bucket, 2-man good primer bond and rust CIVIL ACTION distance from the Northeast alimony and you are required to .vlrs. Charles Thomson ol : and :\h.... Chailes( 1 K;.
capacity, 48" long X 24" wide X resistance Case No.7515In corner thereof; thence Easterly serve a copy of your written We.are glad; to reportlhal.\ hlaml Grovewere; Sunday> Johns' '1:111.: :! \\'. 1'rall l street.Staike. .
'42" high inside with fiberglass VZj4 AMtqtnotrve undersea! re: The Matter of the along said Northerly boundary, defenses, if any'to-the-Petition' Hev John Stcitcame -tinner guests of :Mn and Mrs.! ; was among lift ,she'
control guard on LH side and applied to body Adoption of ROBERT DEXTER. 69.95 feet to point of beginning on the .Petitioner's attorney, through surgery) okay. and Paul J.1I'k and family.Mrs. deals at Ilu'ks'iii( fego'. Rev
'fiberglass sheave guard Totally 13. Prime coated WIGGINS at public outcry to the highestand John H, Jones/Don Peters.. hopes to Ix home soon. ; Clifford Tay lor of Mid-: burg.! Idaho In earn places on
unclosed (No side openings) Item 9. 1 Mounting body best bidder for cash at the whose address is Office of Mr. and it)l's. V'irgil'Crillis; Ileburgass a Sunday; dinner (lie honor loll lor the lull
H. Hydraulic System: Closed Item 10 I Painting body (Omaha NOTICE OF SUIT- hour of 12:00: o'dock Noon on Clinics. University of Florida and family. :\I..s.Iainl's: guest! 01 l her son and daughter semester! \

center accumulator type with Orange) NO PROPERTYTo February 20, 1975 at the front College of Law, Gainesville, Gri: !Iris and (children ol in-lavv. !Mr. and Mrs Gene; Students earning a grade
Combination power take-off and Item 11. 1 Hotstick compartment entrance of the Bradford County Florida 32611 on.or before Pal..lka.Ir. : and Mrs. Robert, Tavlor. and family. point average ol :! ."> or nighei
hydraulic' pump, included suction built in body opening : Dexter Bwin Pfubbs, II Courthouse at Starke, Florida February 10 1975, and file the K.: Smith and family and :Mrs. 5h':\ ,-and Mrs. Donald \\ilki- 'lor Ilx'srniesloi' and taking al
filter strainer and xuno Mcromc from rear, Including: 7200 Hampton Blvd. Dated: January 10, 1975 original with the Clerk of this Tom Whall'and children of son and their mother, :Mrs.I B.I. least H hours ol lass work'
filter. System operated at A. Access doorB. Norfolk Virginia Mi'chell A. Newberger Court either before service' on Starke were Sumlav\( guests ol I.. Wilkison. Sr. \isited! Rev- m'l' .1I.lnn.d lo the honor roll
Two (121) hotstick brackets
1200PSI United States Marshal Petitioner's attorney or immediately their nxilho'r. :II's.'lIil': Wilkinson
I I. Controls: Hydraulic ac- Item 12. 1 Heavy duty combination YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Middle District of Florida thereafter; otherwise' and sister( ,, :Mrs. Daisy
tOOled "DEAD MAN" system bumper and step with an action for Adoption has a default will be entered against Bach and L.vnn.Mr. .
"3D" single handle hydraulic recess for printle hook, installed been filed against you, Dexter Ernst D. Mueller you for the relief demanded in and Mrs, James Anders
remote control system, selfcentering Item 13. 1 Treadplate installedon EK/vin Phibbs, II, and you are Assistant United States Attorney the petition. ol p..I.llku.It.'re. dinner guests! NOTICE
and self.compensating top of body compartments required to serve a copy of your This notice shall be publishedonce of their pan'nlsIr.! and. Mrs
electrically! isolated from base of MISCELLANEOUS AC- written\ defenses, if any to it, on Attorney for Plaintiff each week for four con ,
tower, conventional handle set CESSORIES: the plaintiff's attorney, whose 1/164t 2/6 secutive weeks in the Bradford to meet API Service Class MM Graduating Seniors
of pound controls that will Item 14. 1 Lights and reflectorsin name and address is George H. County Telegraph newspaper, MS & DG availdbla SAE Grade,
ovende platform controls, including accordance with FMVSS No. PIerce Esq. P. O. Drawer 1030, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Starke.. Florida. 10 W thru 40 W and meet THE LOCAL NATIONAL
"DEAD MAN" actuater 108 lighting package Starke, Florida, 32091, and file EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF WITNESS my hand and the military specifications MILL I
hutton installed in control head Item 15. 1 Accumulock with the original with the clerk of the FLORIDA IN AND FOR seal of this Court on January 7, 2104A.. GUARD UNIT
assembly. alarm warning devise, installed above styled court on or before BRADFORD COUNTY 1975.
ALL
J. Throttle Control: Hydraulic Item 16. 1 Cab protector for February 17, 1975: otherwise a GILBERTS. BROWN grade 5. 90 and purpose 140. 5 grease-oil gallon and, 720 EDWARDS ROAD964532O

actuated for truck engine. protection from falling objects judgement may be entered CIVIL ACTION Clerk of the Court 55 gallon drums. Gear lubricate
(IFULLY AUTOMATIC Item 17. 1 Heavy duty pintle for the relief Beulah M.
against you CASE NO.75-8 MoodyAs must meet M I I' L.L 2105
OPERATION) hook with chassis reinforcementand demanded in the complaint or Deputy Clerk Specifications.

K. Platform Cables: Two ((2)) two chain rings petition. In RE: The Matter of the 1/164t2/6/ 6. Multi Purpose grease in HAS IMMEDIATE
and Item 18. 1 (Set) splash aprons WITNESS hand and the '
separate independent; my
Adoption of KEVIN SHANE 35 Ib containers and 120,.Ib
platform suspension cables and Item 19. 1 (Set) tow hooks. seal of said Court on January 14, PHILLIPS INVITATION TO BID containers. OPENINGS FOR TOP QUALITY

one {III platform hold-back cable 'Installed 1975. 7. All No. 2 fuel and
with electric insulating linksL Item 20. 1 Aerial basket toot NOTICE OF SUIT THE BOARD OF COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS kerosene to be supplied to the PERSONNEL IN

Outriggers: Two ((21) adjustable bucket canvas type GILBERTS. BROWNAs NO PROPERTY OF courthouse, agriculture building. ,
Item 21. 1 Chain saw holder in '
Clerk of said Court Welding-Mechanics
outriggers. Each BRADFORD COUNTY WILL health clinic and county jail.
outrigger hydraulic cylinder bodyHYDRAULIC By: Beulah M. MoodyAs 'TO: DONALD NAPIER, P.O. RECEIVE SEALED BIDS TO BE The successful bidder will
equipped with integral TOOLS AND Deputy Clerk Box 8, High Springs, Florida. OPENED FEBRUARY 3, 1975 purchase from the present Electronics AdministrationIF
automatic pilot check valve, ACCESSORIES: 1/23 4t 212IN YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat AT 10:00: A.M. FOR THE supplier all the underground
Item 22. 1 Ackley No. 28 HECC
' outrigger control valve and two kipper an action for adoption has PAINTING OF THE equipment at major oil company INTERESTED PLEASE APPLY
limb
((2)) shut.off valves for individual hydraulic complete THE CIRCUIT COURT OF been filed against you DONALD AGRICULTURE BUILDING ON prices.

adjustment of each outrigger, with certified nonconductivehose THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL' CIR NAPIER and you are required to NORTH 301 SPECIFICATIONSFOR The board reserves the rightto 720 EDWARDS ROAD
Installed behind, rear wheels for assembly and no drip quick CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR serve a copy of your written THIS JOB MAY BE reject any or all bids.GILBERT .
maximum, stability without disconnect fittings BRADFORD COUNTY. defenses, if any to it, on the PICKED UP AT THE CLERK'S 1 & 2 FEB
counterweightM. Item 21. 1 Ackley No. 7H-CC CASE NO. 75-5. plaintiff's attorney, whose name OFFICE IN THE COURTHOUSE. S. BROWN
Check Valves: Safety pilot hydraulic pistol grip chain saw and addres is Clerk 8 A.M. 4 P.M:

check valves installed on all complete with hose assembly, IN RE: The Marriage of DORO-- DUDLEY P. HARDY, Esq. GILBERT BROWN, 1/162t 1/23
hydraulic cylinders certified non-conductive hose THY ALLENE' SCOTT, Peti- P.O. Drawer 1030 Clerk
N. Mobile Upper Boom hold- and no drip type connections tioner, and PRESTON JUNIOR Starke, Florida, 32091 1/162t 1/23 -
down Strap: quick disconnect type SCOTT, Respondent. and file the original with the
O. Maintenance Tools: TO MEET OR EXCEED ALL clerk of the above styled court f : : 1,1'1'' t t :
Pressure gauge and recharging OSHA REQUIREMENTSTO NOTICE OF SUIT on or before March 3, 1975: INVITATION TO BID d
equipment for accumulator and MEET OR EXCEED otherwise a judgement may be I f< b 'ar
THE BOARD COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS
OF
bleeding pump for recharging. THESE SPECIFICATIONS To: Preston Junior Scott entered against you for the relief
control lines Address Unknown demanded in the complaint or OF ea
P. Manuals: Two ((2)) operationand petition. BRADFORD COUNTY WILL Sell
RECEIVE SEALED BIDS TO BE
maintenance manuals CALL FOR BIDS YOU ARE HEREBY notified WITNESS my hand and the yourCGI Q
OPENED AT 10:00 A.M. ON'
Q. Paint Prime painted: that an action for dissolution of seal of said Court on January 7, :
R. Hot Arm Socket: Moulded SEALED BIDS WILL BE marriage has been filed against 1975. MONDAY FEBRUARY 3, 1975 o a
into exterior of basket RECEIVED! BY THE CITY you and you are required to IN THE COUNTY COM;
COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MISSIONERS ROOM IN THE a
Item 2. 1 Mounting body of GILBERTS.
BROWN
serve a copy your written 4
km 3. 1 Polyethylene basket STARKE, FLORIDA, AT THE defenses, if any, to it on As Clerk of Said Court COURTHOUSE FOR THE
liner CITY HALL- IN STARKE RICHARD E. WELTY Attorneyfor By: Beulah M. MoodyAs FOLLOWING:
Item 4. 1 Painting Omaha FLORIDA UNTIL 7:00: O'CLOCKP.M. Petitioner, whose address is Deputy Clerk THIS WILL BE A PACKAGEBID Iff' ) 11(1[ ( t ; :, 0 *

Orange ., ON TUESDAY 114 N. Walnut Street P. O. Box 1/16 4t 2/6 AND WILL BE FOR THE h lJ 1.,
FISCAL YEAR BEGINNING \ plll't'> r i ) )
FEBRUARY 4,1975, AT WHICH
Item 5. 1 (Set) hydraulic tool 995 Starke, Florida 32091, and
Does in boom including: TIME AND! PLACE ALL BIDS file the the Clerk IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL FEBRUARY 3, 1975 AND ,
with of
original ''I'' '' rH" ( IJI/l'/ ,11\. I"I' "
A. Two((2)) sets quick coupling RECEIVED WILL BE PUBLICLY the above-styled Court on or CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDAIN RUNNING THROUGH

plugs at personnel platform with OPENED AND READ ALOUDON before February 10, 1975, other- AND FOR BRADFORD FEBRUARY 2, 1976. 'i f\ t r t Ii' It t I I : I' .
, THE 1. Regular Gasoline less
cut-oft vahw FOLLOWING: wise a judgment may be entered COUNTYIN not
B. On* ((1)) let quick coupling CHASSIS AND ACCESSORIES against you for the relief than 94 Octane. I" tl ; It \ ', / : t.t "
plugs at base demanded in the Petition. RE: The Marriage of 2, Diesel Fuel No. 2. I
C. No drip type fittings, Installed 1 1975 Chassis WITNESS my hand and the CARL EDWARD BAUGESS, 3. Motor oil, Case lots in 24 I I 1 I ) t I 1 J 1 I '. I : I I( II I I ,

Model f-COO cab and chassis (tor seal of the sale! Court on the 3rd Husband, quart cans and 56 gallon drums.
Item 6. 1 Canvas basket cover equal) day of January, 1975 and Motor: Oil will meet API service 1 ; I I I ,
Item 7. 2 Ring bolt for safety GV.W.24.000 Ibs. (not less MARIE LAURA BAUGESS/ classifications DS available in
''I t"" I'. t I', 1'1 t
than) SAE Grades 10 W thru 40 W. : "
belt attachments; limb !topper GILBERTS. BROWN .Wife.
holder installed.. Engirt 330 cu. in.. V-8190 gross As Clerk of Said Court Civil Action This oil is to meet requirements I I I t)1) I I'' .. r ': : ,I I '
BODY AND AC. horsepower By: Dorothy Moore Case No 75-6 of engines operating under

CESSORIES: Wheelbase\ 158" Deputy Clerk service classifications D.S. This I I I i I I I r I 'I I t
(Mm 8,1 Aerial. service line/step Cab to axto 84" 1/94t 1/30 NOTICE OF ACTIONTO oil is to meet requirements for
body, suitable for installing on Front axle 7,000 Ibs. capacity : CARL EDWARD Mlitary specifications M I L L- : ( 904)396-5763) )
any chassis with o approximate Front springs 3,300 Ibs. BAUGESSYOU 46199 for high output xJiesel

CA tammton of 84" built In capacity Rear axle .17,500 Ibs. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT ARE NOTIFIED that a engine cranckase oil. It shall also' ( ) I f i H< N ( ; ( ) I N t X: ( : f M i A N ( \
I accordance with the following capacity EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Petition for Dissolution of meet the manufacturer's'recommendations
M spscrMcatiom and including a 2.speed FLORIDA, IN AND FOR Marriage been filed against .for series ,3
:
Y walk In step: Rear Springs 10,400 Ibs. BRADFORD COUNTY you and there I is a demand In the,' 'lubrications. 1 L y ,
A. BODY: Constructed off capacity Petition that the Court award the 4. Motor oil In case lots 24
Auxiliary raar springs 2,250 Ibs. CIVIL ACTION certain property owned by you quart cans and 56 gallon drums



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News FOR SALE: Washer $35, 2 door FOR SALE: Breeding age PAINTING: Commercial or resi FOR SALE: Double Wide Mobile .

I refrigerator freezer $66, 30" registered polled Hereford dential. Reasonable prices. Home 3 BR, 2 full bath, big BRASINGTONCADI 'j Davidson I
electric range $35. all In good bulls. J.R. Wainwright. Ph. Free estimates, contract. Call den, nice family home, white U.AC-OI.DSMOBI

ELIZABETH GIVENS WALKER working order 964-5760. Itp! 964-7835. 1/16 4tchg 2/6 Alan Baxter, 964-5236 between lap siding 1650 N. Temple SALES SERVICE Mobile Home ParkIn
:... ------------ hours of 9-5 daily Itp Ave. 1974 discount was Fine selection of Used Curs .
IEI.LCIIi: I'TER166OES' Sunday at 10 a.m. Morning ------------ $15,595. Now $14,000. ItchgFREDSACKETTREALTOR Taken On Cadillac Trades City Limits
The regular meeting of Dell service at 11 a.m. with the SINGER SEWING MACHINE: ---- --- 2001 N.W,13th: i7K-sioi: :
Chapter lIi8( O.E.S. is set Young People in charge. New machines with stretch ,NEEDS WORK: Is. anyone GAINESVILLELong : $30 Per Mb

Thursday night, Jan. 23, at 8 Sunday at 3p.m. the Fellow- stitches and built-in button- t WANTED 1"WANTED willing to let me work for
p.m. All members are askedto \ ship Hour will! be held at Nebo holer. Now 20 per cent OFF.Cdeman's them: For Information Walk :Jo New
Sewing Center, needed, contact my parole
Church
please be present and on Baptist in Lincoln
205 N. Temple Ave. (IUS-301): ) ) Shopping Center
time. City. Rev. n, G. Heastie will 138 E. Cell St., 9648312. officer, Mr. McDowell at the
904/964-6522 '
deliver the message. All ------------ Bradford County Courthouse. Champ 'Cily Gas Water Sewer
ClIUHCIl NEWS members are invited to at : Used portable T.V. Don Barnes. 1/23 2tp 1/31 ASSOCIATES
Bethel Baptist Church, Hev. tend. There will not be night FOR SALE: 6x9 Unoleum $3.98, Sets at Dahmers Discount. ----------- William "Bill"Trigg Home and On 301 South
!9x12 Linoleum $8.98. Also
Leroy Davis pastor. Weekly
services tfchg. Nealy "Mac" McConnell
services: Bible Class and at Allen Chapel.n.Ass..IEU 12x12 and 12x15 in stock. ---.--,,------- (Building Materials Jolu Motel
Prayer Meeting each Hundreds to choose from at WATSON'S
Broker -WE BUILD
Mortgage
AI RATES Dahmers Discount POSITION WANTED: Young 964-8810
Saturday at 4 p.m. Sunday tfchg. HOUSE OF VACUUMS
Multiple Service
services will begin with ------------ woman, 33, no ties to live in TAREX Listing "YOUR PLANS OR OURS
Relocation
Church School at 9:30 l Deadline for Insertion as sitter for elderly. Small Service
: a.m.
brands of
FOR SALE: 38 Snub nose hand Call Rev. Hamel, 468- Many new vacuums. Farm and Land Brokers Assn. YOUR LOT OR OURS'FREE FOR
Morning Service at 11 a.m. Tuesday Noon preceding salary. Used machines available. SALES Notebooks,

Evening service at 7:30: p.m. Thursday before publication. 25 gun $55.22 hand guns $24.95, 1666. tfchg. Expert Repairs all makes. Speclal-2 Bedroom, A-1 $10.500 ESTIMATES Memo pads, envelopes,
automatic
from ----
guns ------ markers,
Parts and Accessories for all Clean-2 Bedroom block,$11,500 adding'machine and
$49.95. Dahmers Discount. REMODELING REPAIRS
Ebene/er: Baptist (Church :Minimum Charge 12.00Covers tfchg RETIRED CARPENTER desires vacuums Built in central Large Bedroom, $12,500 cash reg.paper; The Office

Hev. Leroy Davis, pastor. ( 15 Words) work. Home additions, vacuum cleaning systems. 712 Small Farm-3 bedroom$26,000 ADDITIONS Shop.
: word 15 ------------
Each
Service schedule as follows: over remodeling, repairing, large or N. Main Gainesville 3767110.TF One acre-well &septic $2,500 HOMES BOUGHT SOLD
Weekly services will begin 1 10() cents FOR SALE: Argentine hay $2 small jobs. Free estimates. Ph. TRADED

with Prayer Meeting and per bale at bam. 1 Hulaey 9648253. 1/2 Gtp 1/30 Thomas
be ------------
Bible Class Thursday night at All Classified. Ads! must game cock, 10 Hulsey game ------------ FOR SALE: All sizes of [ ACREAGE FOR SALE

7:30.:: Sunday Church School which paid|hate l for mi in established advance unless account you hens, 1 gas range, broiler MAID WANTED: Experienced.Must YOUNG RESPONSIBLE couple masking Shop. tape. The Office 964-6853 Oil Company
will begin at 9:45: a.m. oven and 4 burners.
concludes services for the with the Telegraph; In that works O.K. $40. have own transporta would like to rent or lease with HWY. 301 S. STARKE TF
I'M'iil ;50 cents t'xtra'charge Everything 964- tic,';. Apply in person, JoLu option to buy a clean house. GARBAGE CANS Staplers 603 S. Walnut
day. J.M. Edwawls.! Sr. Ph.
Must be in nice
lor billing./ Not responsible for 5379. Starke. 1/16 4tp 2/6 Motel. 1tchg. a friendly 3M tape and tape dispensers,
,
errors when given over the neighborhood in or close to 964-6246
Columar Pads Index
cards 1
St. Johns Baptist Missionary ------------
when is not Starke. Call or write Mr. & ,
!plume or copy and
many more home office
Baptist Church Hev. and the of- Mrs. Dan Harley, P.O. Box
to
I typed brought 'Pumps
| and
Willie Hoffman, pastor. SINGER SEWING MACHINES: school supplies. The Call For
lice. "t fDUM 104, Bronson, Fla. Ph. 486-
Weekly services began with New machines with stretch J 2408. 1/16 3tchg 1/30 Office Shop.
Prayer Band meeting Mondayat stitches and built-in button- New And UsedSALES
------------
noon. Bible Class and holer. Now 20 per cent off. NO HUNTING
Prayer. Meeting at 5 Coleman's Sewing Center. SIGNS: For
p.m.
sale
Wednesday.\ Choir rehearsal 138 E. Call 964-8312. FOR RENT:2 BR, 12 x 60 trailer. AUTOMOBILESUSED and rent signs. The PARTS
t Motorcycles ) Located Office Shop. '
furnished. SERVICE
Thursday at 8 p.m. Church ------ ----- Fully
School begins each Sunday at approximately 5 miles north of WELLS
FOR SALE:Diamond needles for DEEP a SHALLOW & Fuel
Starke. Ph. 964-8942 after 7
10a.m. Morning Worship at I 11 any stereo, over 247 differentones
am. each second and fourth we have them all. Dah- p.m. Itp INSURANCEAT I Plu bing-Supplies ,
Sunday Evening service at 3 STARKE CYCLE CENTER; mer's DIscount. ------------ 'FOR SALE: 1970 Dodge Dart REDUCED RATES

'p.m. Visitors are always wel- N. Temple Ave. Ph. 964-6020, ------- tfchg.-- FOR.RENT. : Nice large clean 2 Swinger, top shape. V.T., EXPERT SERVICEON Oil
come. Your authorized HODAKA. bedroom furnished apt. Also 1 AT, PS, $1,000. Ph. 782-3149. AUTO, FIRE, BOAT

dealer. tfchg.<: FOR SALE: fe ton camper bedroom furnished apt. 964- Itp DOYLE E. CONNER ALL MAKES

:Ml..ion A.M.E. (Church --------- -- topper $125, 1 hot point stove 6947. Itp ------------ INSURANCE AGENCY PHONE.964.7061Durrance
11 months old 100. Ph. 964- ------------
Hev. Richard Bethel TCHG
pastor. FOR SALE 1967
: GMC truck Immediate
schedule 7153, Fate Harper. Up .
Service as follows:
FOR RENT: Unfurnished 3 BR, $596. Ph. 964-6573. 1tp
------------
Church School will
begin at 10 _
t fOR ALE. CD house In ---- -------
] Saratoga
a.m. At 11 a.m the new Choir PUMP. ft SUPpLY. CO. Delivery
robes will be dedicated. FOR SALE: 1973 8 x 35 Coach- Heights. Available Feb. 1st. FOR SALE: 1966 Pontiac 6 CAL'S PLUMBING

Speaker for the.occasion will man trailer, $5,000 or will $125 monthly. First and last cylinder 215, $65, Wizard Repair and Construction.All 864N.TEMPLE AVE.
be Hev. Henderson Hudson of trade on motor home. 1974 month plus $50 security. No, clothes dryer $50. 964-8878. work done by Licensed
Lawtey. The Robes will be 'FOR SALE:: Case pocket knives Surecast boat motor and children. No collect calls. Ph.' 1tp Plumber. Phone 964-6947.
now at Dahmera Discount. trailer, used 3 times$750. Ph. 904-378-24067 a.m. to 6 p.m.' 10-24-74 .
presented by Miss A. B. An ------------ 16tp 1.16.75.M ROOFING AND BRING NEW
derson. tfchg.FOR 964.6691.,1/23 4tp 2/13 1/232tchg 1/31
------------ ------------ ------------ FOR SALE: 1972 Impala 4 door, LIFE TO YOURCARPETING

Creator Bethlehem Freewill SALE: Good used bikes FOR SALE: 1968 trailer 12 x 68, FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apart fully equipped. Ph. 4734060.1tp ROOM ADDITIONS j

Baptist Church, Rev and trikes. New and used 3 BR, 15 K baths, air condi ment, carpeted, heat and air. ALUMINUM t VINYL"SIDING"
---------- & M Sales & Service
Close In. Call Buford Mitchell Revive the original'
Jasper Williams,, pastor. furniture and appliances tioned. 9646565. Call, between beauty i
Service schedule as lollows: good used mattresses, cloth \ 4:30: and 9 p.m. J. 9646853. tfchg. FOR SALE: 1968 Chevrolet cab- of your rugs, Cleaned in

Weekly services began with .30 yd., zippers .01 per inch, Reddish. 1/23 2tchg 1/31 ------------ over 2 1/2 ton truck chasis, NEW & USED by your Von own Schrader hpme -. "

rehearsal of The'Tiny 'Tots shingles $9.50 square, roofingand -------- FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished good drive train. Register Oil BLOCK & CEMENT dry-foam method. ,i'"'",
and Ushers Board No. 2 meet- felt$5 roll and many more house $115 with $60 Co. Starke. 1/16 3tchg 1/30 Sewing Machines No muss. No fuss. t\ '
Monday night. Tuesday hems BARGAIN FOR SALE: German Shepard ------------
ing CENTER 1 WORK
,
deposit. Phone after 5 p.m. TILE No odor.Use the ,
night Senior Choir rehearsal. mi. S. of Starke on 301. tfchg female, 14 months old, good M. A. Payne ,964-6560. Vacuum CleanersParts same day.
watch dog, excellent with r
night
Wednesday Prayer -- -- ------- '
.Meeting. 'Thursday night the children. $50. Ph. 4733651. Itchg.---------.--- "' 1,0$T AID :.fOUNO'. Repairs, AND ,. .STJICCO .Allwork, i
.
Xiidies Circle will meet SEWING MACHINE REPAIRS: Itp /( ,.. .. ...., .... II Akes.n Mr; guaranteed: v '
,, ...
':' Friday night' Hev"SampsonWhite'and : "A' Singer'' Authorized service' __....__-*.'_'____! .'_ 'FOR'RENT:'':2 Bedroom-House "' "I i ""'CEILINGS,.,U f I'r' "PhflrTO f b4 FREL
UI711t11n .
his congregationwill department for quality'' repair -FOR SALE' REgisteVed( : Angus unfurnished at 419 N. Church We service all makes. St. Starke. Contact Merritt WORK
service.
render services at 8
p.m. cows. Heifers and bull calves.
CARPENTER
Cdeman's Center Williams N.Walnut St. i LOST: Beagle Dachshund, 444 O Starke Plaza today.
Sewing ,' or
Sunday is the Church's 26th J.B. White. Phone 9644114 black-brown-white. Answersto ? .........
anniversary Church School 138 E. Call St. 9648312. or 9648775. tfchg Cad 964-5391 day. tfchg. the name Princess. Little NO JOB TOO SMALL OR LARGE _--.....
I
services at 9:30 ------------ ------------ .
will begin :
---------- .
boys pet. Please call 964-7153. M & M Sales & Service
service at
11
a.m. Morning LECITHINI! Vinegar! B61 Kelpl FOR RENT: 2 BR house, unfurnished Itp $ SIVE s 782.3759
a.m. Each family is asked to now all four in one capsule ask FOR SALE 1 Shure PAsystem at 419 N. Church St. ------------ 964.62101! 444 G Starke Plaza

bring one covered dish for for VB6+ ,,, only $2.98, Mit- good as new. Retail ,Starke. Contact Merritt
dinner which will be served at chell Drugs. 1I163tp 1/30 $1,295, selling for $700. Call Williams, 119 N.Walnut St. or FRED DAVIS '"
1 pm. All auxiliaries areasked 9646900. Itp
call 964-5391 GMC
-- --------- daystfchg TRUCKS
( to make their reports by ------------ HOUSES FOR SALEFOR OLINS MOBILE HOME SALESHWY.
------------ BUICK PONTIAC"A .
3 p.m. At 4 p.m. services ,will FLEA MARKET: Every Saturday
he concluded for the day. 9 to 4. Table space $1. 756 E. YARD SALE: LMng room, FOR RENT Mobile 'Home LITTLE RIDE CAN 100 W. PH. 9645606c :,, '1' ,

a (.irealrr Allen Chapel Main Street, Lake Butler. 1/23 dining room, bedroom furniture subdivision Vt acre lots $35 SAVE YOU A LOT"TF' ", i'"UI; : ....

A.M.E.: Church, Rev. R. U.llcastie 4tchg 2/13 washer, electric stove, mo.,3 miles from city limits at GREEN COVE SPRINGS" Jr..Il( '

r pastor. Services as ,.. -- --------- gas heater, 10 speed bicycle, intersection of Hwy 16 and SALE Two mobile homes FREE LOT RENTAL FOR ONE HALF YEARIN
follows services 4 typewriter. Sale begins Jan. Road. Ph. 9645606. arid lots. One-2 bedroom 1973 '
: Weekly FOR SALE: Must sell lot OLIN'S
MOBILE HOME SUBDIVISION WHEN YOU
9. Mrs. Miller, Rt. 1, Box fan .
begin with Class Meeting and Block 32, New River. High & model; One-3 bedroom 1972 JIMMY MOORE'SSula
Prayer Meeting each Tuesday pry, large old trees 50 x 100, 1/30 124A, Highway 100 E. 4tp ------------ model. Cash or financed. J.B. SportsMORE PURCHASE YOUR MOBILE HOME FROM OLIN'S TF

night Church School each $500 cash. 4681853. 1tp White 964-6114. tfchg
FOR RENT Furnished 1 bed-
------------ :
--------
----- --- BOAT FOR
--- --
room apartments in Starke.
Ph.473-3096 for appointment.4tp FOR SALE New Brick veneer, 3 YOUR MONEY TF -- ..
: ------------------"
1/30 bedrooms 2 baths, land- STARKE PH 964-5791

------------ scaped, drive way and walk. BOOKKEEPING TAX WORK
Turn Your Unwanted
Good terms. Call Buford COMPLETE OUTBOARD aSTERN
FOR RENT: 3 -room & bath Mitchell. 964-6853. tfchg. DRIVE SERVICE

efficiency apartment. Central ..., .. CAPABLE
QUALIFIED
------ -.---- AND REPAIR REASONABLE
heat, no children or pets. Ph.
Items Into Immediate 964-8021. Itp FOR SALE: 3 BR 44 x 24 Double COMPLETE FIBERGLASS
wide, carpet in LR only, 1 Yi '':-REPAIfJ
.
------------ LARGE OR SMALL ACCTS.
bath electric. A real buyat CUSTOM BUILT FIBER-

FOR RENT 12' wide m bit&. 9595. Good terms. Call G 'FISHING BOATS

Cash homes outside city limits. J.B. 9647212. Itchg
J. E.
White. Ph. 964-6114. tfchg. ------------ Milligan

FOR SALE: 1973 12 x 65 fur-
Wi have fulltime appliance H'& R
now Block.office
nished mobile home Call 964-
Thru The Want Ads 5944. Itchg. repairman all your 118 N. Walnut Phone 964.8286
.... repair needs.
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FOR SALE: Mobile home 65)I. Call aadcocks
3 bedroom 1974. C own 944-528
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Haven, fully carpeted total
BILL'S ELECTRIC: Home electric, 3 ton A/C. $700 I CARDIN BROS.

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Heights tfchg.ALCOHOLICS on State Road 100 Lots of Drilling EquipmentFor :

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St. Mark'septsoooa Sing Set Friday For Gospel SingSaturday 3 On FSU HAMPTON AREA NEWS Itv .loHephhip Konlaiiii


Young Bruin Tumor VictimA Dean's List
RECREATION the .7lh. To give me your new s item*,
call 4i8-ll56( or send to Box
that have been outstanding for Three Slarke coeds earned The Hampton SeniorCitizen's ANMVKKSAIUES:
ChurchChurch benefit gospel sing for At Pine { list Hampton 0t' leave them
GroveThe
Allan Mets a lour-year-old I the past 2"a' years, according places on the Dean's List ut Club met for the Mr. and Mrs. Cos and Rset J.clt.on.tr.et.. little boy suffering from a to Kcv. Luther A. McGee, Florida State University! In second meeting In the New 29. Store. 1
THE REVtlOHN" M. KLYNN.: brain tumor Is scheduled pastor of the church. Pine Grove Congrega- Tallahassee for the fall Year on January 17. j

Friday, Jan. 24, at 8 p.m. in Velvet and the Evangelsand tional Methodist Church in quarter.They. Happy Birthday was sung to
Church the Weeks Family Singerswill Itailord will have a Gospel are Rebecca Mc Buck Dennison and Happy t
Bculan
Thursday, Jan. 23 3:30: Baptist nearKeystone (
Brownie Troop Meeting; ", Heights be the singers. The publicis Sing on Saturday, Jan. 25 at Millan, daughter of Mr. and Anniversary was sung to Mr. ATTENTION VETERANS
p.m., Inquirers Class. A Love Offering will be invited to come and enjoy 7:30: p.m. The church Is Mrs. M. G. McMillan; Denise and Mrs. Cos rol'e. We are
: ? located on SH-190! turn Winkler daughter of Mr. and to I hut the club is
happy report
right
Friday of and
all will evening
taken and jin songs
Jan. 24 3:30: p.m., proceeds go
Junior Choir Practice. toward the thousands of refreshments Rev. McGee off ol' SDK-16 12 miles out of Mrs. Warren Winkler, and growing and we now have Applications are now being taken
Starke inside the Richards, daughter of members coming from Cres-
Sunday, Jan. 26.8:30: arm, dollars of unpaid medical bills says grounds. prison Mr.Kelly and Mrs. G. W. Richards cent City and Waldo. for a new class In radio & T. V. Repair at I

Holy Eucharist; 9:45: a.m., Everyone is welcome and The Dean's List Is an honor There was a discussion as to
Church School; 11:00: a.m., refreshments! will be served. roll of students whose grade when there would be another Bradford-Union Area Technical Center. |
!Morning Prayer; 5:00: p.m., ObituariesHazel point averages are "B" orA" 'overeddlsh dinner and it was
Junior K.Y.C. Meeting; 6:45: taken Classes will meet from 10:0d
for all courses decided to wait until Marchand 6:00 P.M. to
l p.m., Senior E.Y.C. Meeting. Home 1 (iOSI'L SING during the quarter.Raymond we would celebrate the .
Monday, Jan. 27.4:30: p.m., Matthews, 65 A Gospel Sing will be held P.M. Monday class
In lieu of f lowers, the family Golden Wedding Anniversaryof through Thursday. This /
Brownie Troop No. 604. Feb 8 at 7 p.m. in the Long Hail
requested that donations be Mr. and Mrs. Lynn
Hazel Middleton Matthews
Tuesday,Jan. 28.3:30: p.m., of Starke died made to the American Cancer Bridge Baptist Church. The with a covered dish dinner. will qualify you for half-time veteran benefit 4
Girl Scout Troop No. 614.. Society or the Crosby Lake Glisson were
Jan. 17 in
Riverside Hospital,
Jacksonville, after an illnessof Cemetery Fund. tured. All singers are invitedto and games were played. Next Call 964-6150
attend. meeting will he the first 2T 1.23
several weeks. Raymond L. Glisson 64, of which Is
Friday in February
Mrs. Ollie
She was born in Bradford Griffis 63
Starke died at his home Wednesday -
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County on Feb. 28, 1909! and .1
Mcrile Thomas of Lake City, morning, Jan 15.
was the daughter of the late Mrs. Ollie L. Griffis, 63, of and Mrs. Beatrice Brice of Mr. Glisson was born Sept.
Dr. and Mrs. W. K. Middleton.Mrs. Law died al her home ,
ley Orange Lake: two sons: 29 1910 in Sl Irke. lie was a
Matthews received a Sunday morning Jan. 12. 'harles King of Starke and veteran .World War II.

p --w- teaching certificate from the Mrs. Grillis was a house- Nesley King of England; a Survivors include three
Florida Slate College for wife and a member of the half brother) : Angus Todd of brothers: Leslie, Isadore and NOTICE ,I

6 Women (now "FSU), Highland I Baptist Church. Blakoley, Ga.; two sisters: Albert Glisson. all of Starke.
a..1 fapU&L' Tallahassee and taught forse.t'rlll Survivors include her husband Mrs. Nina Widner of Colciuitt, Funeral services were held ,

years in Bradford Roy Griffis of Luutey; Ga. and Mrs. Mattie Givens of al the graveside Friday afternoon u

C(2( .Jl High School prior to her two sons: George of Lawtcy Bainbridge, Ga., 16 grandchil- Jan. 17, in Kingsley I
marriage. She was a memberof (and Ge-ald in the U. S. Air dren and 11 great-grand Lake Cemetery with Leonard stockholders of the Community State; '

the United Daughters of the ,Force; three brothers: Ed- children. Wallace, minister, conduct-

Opportunities lor Service: Confederacy Zeta Tau Alpha ward Dinkins of Sanford Services will be from Jones ing. DcWitt C. Jones Funeral

Sunday: Sunday School, social sorority and theWoman's Charles Dinkins of Dallas, Memorial Chapel in Slarke Home was in charge of Bank of Starke, Starke, Florida, will hold their;;
9:43:: ; 11.01.Iorning; Worship Club of Starke, of Texas and Casey Dinkins, ol with Iev. Alton Coleman conducting arrangements k
"it II Clock; Associations! which she was an honorarylife Jacksonville; four sisters : Burial will be in the
Music Festival, 3 p.m., at member alter 35 years of Mrs. Linnie Kelly, Mrs. Lawtey Cemetery under annual I meeting at the banking house of the \
First l Baptist Church, Starke; continuous service. She was a Vivian Moore and Mrs Mary direction of DeWitt C. Jones
Church Training. 0:15: member of the First United Altinan all of Jacksonville, Funeral Home of Starke. Open Wide ,
Evening: Worship at 7:30.: Methodist Church presently and Mrs. Carrie Kilgore of St. Ask your dentist for a Community State, Bank of Starke Jan 24
Monday: Girls Ensemble.ii:3 serving on the Administrative George, Ga., and live grand- :\o complete mouth checkup. It's ,
Need Catch
:: (); Youth Choir, 7pm. Board, and was a member and children. Up! one of the ways to detect oral ,

Tuesday: Junior Choir andllaiidlHll'Choir. past president of her circle of Funeral services were held way Women in a lot have of things come., but a they long cancer early when it is 1975 at 7:00: P.M. ,;
to the
3:20: ; Family the Woman's Society of Chris Wednesday afternoon,Jan. 15, don't need to catch withmt'n curable according r
Recreation Night al Old Armory tian Service. from the Highland Baptist in cigarette smoking up the American Cancer Society

7pm.Wednesday. Surviving are her husband, Church with Rev George leading cause of lung - - - - - p -
d : Family Night Eugene L. Matthews; three Chism conducting. Burial was' the American cancer,

Supper Acleens (6:15;: : Sunday daughters Mary Agnes in Law ley Cemetery under Society.says Cancer Ia 3 BIG DAYS '
School Workers Meeting; Ferguson and Anne Miller, direction of DeWitt C. Jones E-' !:;LE c"umn 1'1 I
itA.;
Friends! ission Friends, (Betsy) Meng, St. Peters- _

6:45: ;;; !lour of Power 7:30: ; burg; one sister Miss Madge King 70 _1.1lIUII'.U.IU.-: I"M.Nn,

Church Choir Practice, 8:15: grandchildren.Middleton. Starke; and five 11%1 to 1 40 I %I I off I II

p.m. Funeral services are set
lluirsday: Visitation, 9:30: Funeral services were heldat Friday Jan. 24 at 2 for
am. ; !Music !Makers :3:20: 2:30: p.m. Monday in the Harvey V. King 70, of pm.Lawtey our I low I discount I I I II
o'clock.. First United Methodist NationalNAVOLINE
pin. ; Visitation, who died Tuesday in Starke. Bran

Church with the pastor Rev Survivors include his wife: prices I during I our.I ..
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Ben P. Bryant George Harper conducting. Nettie Davis King of Lawtey;
i Pastor Intermenl was Crosby Lake
four daughters Mrs. Mary
under direction of
Cemetery Mata and Mrs. Alice Converse
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both of Lawtey; Mrs.

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YOU DO NOT NEEDThe D '
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OF THANKS MOTOR OIL
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family of Mrs. Ethel R. ANY MONEY
Parrish wishes to thank Dr. Her

nandez, the nurses at Bradford OR A PRESCRIPTION TO

County Hospital DeWitt C. OBTAIN THIS TRANQUILIZER ouA SENSATIONAL!
Jones Funeral Home and their

many friends for- their visits, Modern medicines often accomplish seemIn ut0utr w E S 1 TEXTURIZED KNIT ,

prayers food and beautiful ,- miracles, but there ii one tranquilizer that SHIRTS FOR MEN (" .

flowers. May God bless each of has proved Us value through the aces DUN IttLS ttk1 LIGHT BULBS p vr

you. ATTEND THE CHURCH OR E SAYE Inside frost In say site: 40.60,75 aid 100 .
TEMPLE OF YOUR CHOICE WAS 1y% won.Ikp.ndabLlanghf.,5ylvanioquobry.
2 :a.
-The Family Listen to the message of "HE" who can 119 9 6 f

guide ;you to the path leading to lasting peace 1 QUART HAVOLINE MOTOR OIL >
and tranquUlty.; Extra heavy duly! Prolongs engine lit* by '' '
CARD OF THANKS THE CHRISTMAS and NEW YEAR HOLIDAYS reducing lull, corrosion and wtor. Cleans 01it VALUES TO $14.00
lubrictuei. (Limit 5 No Ram Oiecks>. .
We wish to thank every one ARE A PARTICULARLY APPROPRI- With brand lilc* Arrow, Alfrtdo, .tc., rwww i,n.
for the flowers and sympathy ATE TIME TO ATTEND YOU CHURCH OR you know you'r gttting a bargain :, i @ ,
during the death of our loved TEMPLE. Og at this pricol+ T xturtj dpolyester ; ,
Raymond Glisson. Bring family and friends with aCt Q or nylon hot '.
one ;your ;you. O
that .
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Published in appreciation of the helpful iw* likv -- toft, suppl tt. 5, ,
The Glisson Families services of our local Places of Worship .wA and wrinltlt-fr**). 'e't'
''urn yaauwE And no Ironing .v r, SL r rr
YOU OR YOUR DOCTOR CAN PIIONE US d -- 4rttnr LKALINC Choos long or short '
when you need a delivery. We will deliver 1 a -, .r TTEP d..rn t In solids, r :. ,t
CARD OF THANKS
promptly without extra charge. A plaids and prints.
: great many '
With deepest gratitude we ex- people rely on UI for their health need. We OUAttIC AS 7Ii.. XL :
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tend this word of thanks to Dr. welcome requests for delivery service and charge OuA WAI"PNICI aAVI m UP TO I I and W- ? S ,S .

Sundusadee Dr. Adams the account. ce '" ,
staff of the Bradford County phone g64.6757KOCH'S HUDSON FACIAL TISSUE BURGESS ALKALINE BATTERIES .

Hospital the United Methodist Big, boo of 200 two-ply '..a....... Super soft ChoOM P.nln.pack, C cell, -pack or '.' 5,5
Women and our friends, relatives DRUG STORE facia. ) quality.. Your fovonto fashion. eels D cell, 3-pocli. Mori economical to ua .'.
and neighbors for their PRESCRIPTION CHEMISTS Iris stock-up tims ot his. low, low priest when mage le heavy or almost continuous i '.'.' .

many kind acts of sympathy at 165 W. Caff..I :.r j. .
Starke Fla.
the tune of our recent bereave ew.MJ4 .
ment.
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