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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 30, 1975
Publication Date: 1888-
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Anti-Water Forces the County Commission

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appoint members of the


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) The County Commission

f \ voted 5-0 last Friday to use

s Lawtey CommissionLAWTEY its home rule powers to
amend the 1951 special act

of the Florida Legislaturewhich
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A record 78 per Robertson:71-year-old retired .(Pete) Smith last November.. created the hospital
cent turnout of registered painter and timber estimator, Robertson, the anti-water board so that the commis-
1 voters visited the polls inLawtey's for the Group 4 council prtl."Ct candidate sponsored sion names members of the .,
IL special election vacancy caused by the deathof
by the Lawtey Concerned board of trustees. The
Tuesday to name John F.Sanitary. Councilman Walter T, Citizens Committee
polled 150 commission also will expand -
/ votes to defeat James L. ( '
of
Waters, retred. Lawtey gro- the board trustees
j Engineer ceryman an.' school bus to seven members and )
driver. Waters pi "od 92 votes, 'open it to a nurse and a
and one vote was .',rown out' doctor. Four members

I "';: ,. .. for improper marki:g. The
: Y would initially be named ,
Urges Water System total vote cast, 243, was 24
sewer construction firm. Original completion date was Dec. more than the 219 cast in the for one, year appointmentand
I'I'I 11.The firm has been given an extension until March IS. A strong 'recommendation that Lawtey proceed regular December 3 electionin three for two years so

with its,water system was contained m a which Lawtey gained the total board would not
national notoriety for electinga
be 'changed at ,one time.
letter received this week by Mayor Spurgeon dead man, Smith, to office..
Massey' from Jerry M. Owen P. E., Regional Attorney' One Shaw has
Sanitary Engineer with the Florida Division of been asked to prepare the
amended act for the
March 15 Deadline Given Health. x special
Commission to review ul its p
ft. H ''regular meeting to begin ul 9
The letter said: a.m. Monday Feb, :3. The
amended ordinance will In-
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;.v :-.. :. Firrninsta1iingfity" SewerSTARKE : p t'" ,r ,if'' "Re" .Mayor" ...... JM Massey' ,. !!IU"?!'f\"" :. '.-4, ..wr."oar "4 1114'' advertised public pos,4amen4'd hearing for ace on.15 was,.days.the leaurtwely pro A :

"Plans were'recently su t e d puDtt l'Jo'! 1; set for eIs:28Wrdr'nesda :
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water system to serve the City of Lawtey, which '.

After two hours Renfore, Wellborn Utilities -March 15: Final completion ''will be over 80 days past) the we were delighted to see.' However, we under- Friday afternoon's meeting I
of talk last Thursday morning' Corp. and general superintendent on the entire project, original Dec. 11 completiondate stand from an article in The Bradford County was called at the request of
the Utility Committee of the of the Starke sewer job, including the Reno portion by March 15, meaning Commisioner Ralph Bryan
Telegraph that there is some resistance to con-
Starke City Commission gave the city engineers, the follow where 600 feet of sewer line $4,000 in late completion the county's representative to
Gainesville construction firm struction of this system because of the utility tax'which the hospital trustees. Noting
ing deadlines were estab- remained to be laid.It penalties ($50) per day can be
Renfore, Wellborn Utilities lished:. was stressed at lastThursday's charged to Renfroe, Wellborn will have to be levied. his "phones had been ringing"about
Corp., already behind 43 days, meeting that the Utilities Corp. the hospital situation
45 additional days to completethe -February 5: Have Old city will step in at any point The recom- recommend that Chairman Dave Shuford said
Lawtey Road in Reno open for engineers "We would like to strongly the meeting had been calledbecause
$238,138 sewer in missed
project of
the deadlines is
one mended to the Utilities
Reno and Dalewood; traffic. The street now is a and turn the project over to Committee last Thursday that construction of these facilities proceed without John Robertson a member felt u
The faltering sewer'project gone muddy and mess residents with the unable paving the bonding company. the project .be turned over to delay, if for no other reason than protection of Voting got off to a slow start matter needed the board's
was back in motion Monday. get to their homes. to Since the project is bonded the bonding company which public health. during the morning hours, but attention.
Acting on advice of city there Is no question that it widbe was represented at the mid picked up during the after Citing the hospital financial
engineers Don Ruckman and -February 14: Have the' completed, Ruckman week daytime meeting by "Our with communities'utilizing noon with a steady stream of situation the trustees'' Internal '
Craig Batterson of Bessent, Dalewood portion .of the assured the Utilities Com- Attorney Samuel J. Weiss of experience East Lawtey voters visitingthe turmoil and an Increasing
Hammock and Ruckman of project completed and in mittee of Commission Chair- the firm of Welbaum, Zook, individual septic tanks and water supply wells polls to help elect Robertson shortage of doctors
Jacksonville, the Utilities service. Dalewood is almost man Charles Schaefer, ,Jones, and Williams of Miami has. shown that the wells have a much higher an outspoken opponent of Bryan said he believes the
Committee allowed the complete now and should poseno Commissioner Harold Epps and Orlando. The job is chance of becoming contaminated since they the ten per cent utility tax hospital could very well be In ,
engineers to negotiate a series problem, both the and Streets Supt. S. R. Hicks. .bonded through a California naturally would not be as well constructed as a required by FHA (Farmers serious trouble. As the commission's
liaison with
the
of three deadlines within the and Wellborn said Home Administration
engineers "The question is when, firm, Financial IndemnitySee ; as
45 day period which ends last Thursday. Ruckman stated. The project public well and would be much more subject to collateral for a loan of funds to hospital board Bryan had
March IS.. In an agreement ( Rage 5)) contamination from surface pollution or septic construct the water system. attended I the Jan. 21 trustees
worked out Monday between tank effluent. Additionally,.very little surveillance Tuesday's election was the meeting at the hospital and
he
i Pete Wellborn president of if any, is done on individual wells, which is outgrowth of the unique after Friday reading recommended to his lellow

School Staffing FormulaTo not so in the case of public water systems, which strategy devised by the Con- board members a statementof
would have to be monitored from a bacteriological cerned Citizens Committee to facts as he sees them, that
give them a chance to elect an the County Commission take
I l and a chemical standpoint by this agency. anti-water candidate. CCC
over appointment of membersto
campaigned vigorously for the hospital board
x3? Revealed Feb. 10 "In addition to the public health protection it Pete Smith, who died a week "I realize the would certainly provide better protection and a before the election, and their board has all it can say grace
much better water chemically since it would not efforts resulted in Smith's over and we're reluctant to 1'
STARKE A school staffing' ministration,'instruction, and budget, necessitated by a cut contain defeat of Waters,also a candi- get into the hospital
formula for the 1975-76 term non-instructional employees. back in state funds, is to iron. date at that time for the Group business." Bryan said of his
VOTING, will be presented at the Feb. He defended Bradford s pupil- replace teachers leaving in 4 seat. recommendation
Set Tuesday 10 meeting for the Bradford teacher ratio of 126.5 on grade the coming months with per-, "I would like to say again that we strongly With Smith elected the Commissioner George
F b. 4 School Board's. study, Supt. K-5 as one of the best in the sonnel from administrative endorse this project and feel that it is of such importance Council declared a vacancy Roberts was the first to back
12:30p.m. Jim Temple told board state. Temple says this actual ranks., that we would like to formally request existed and set the date for Bryan. "With the kind of
Commission RoomIn members Monday night In a pupil teacher ratio does not He has no plans at present to into the Tuesday's special election, serious money we're contributing
recommendation
this
Courthouse running debate with Board include administrative staff. cut the administrative staff, that you read giving CCC strategists an and are going to contribute fl
., Member Pat Spengler.Mrs. "How many do you plan to unless the board instructs ,minutes of your next Council meeting. opportunity to enter a candi- more in the future, we
For Trustees .Spengler made it plain cut from this building?'' Mrs.. otherwise, Supt. Temple said. date. have to have some kind of
I of she wants to trim the adminis- Spengler asked Supt..Temple. Cutting dollars from the Robertson will be sworn in control." Roberts pointed out
.' .*1; Dyal Cemetery trative staff with which she The superintendent replied he classroom would not be advis- 'I at next Monday's regular the county\ board won't ever i
says the Bradford school will submit his staffing planon able, Mrs. Spengler stated. Council meeting when a know who Is submitting I
lI OR ID BANQUET system is overloaded, Feb. 10. Upon Mrs..Spengler's "We have one of the best ,LawteyA'rgument delayed organization session names to the governor, adding
6 7 p.m. especially the administration continued questioning will be held. The organizing "we're going to have to gel
Tonight Jan.. 30) which houses pupil-teacher .ratios in the was postponed from into ."
process
building Supt. said having some say so.
:'', Temple : I
.\' New Armory Temple and his central staff.. "U you examine you will state .:Temple! said.. Sees Shc the regular January meeting New Commissioner E. W
:. 2 Women
Jim Niblack 1 She wants to deliver as muchof find every school in the countyis "And so is our administration because of a possible 2-2 stale Hodges said he totally agree
To Speak the school budget as fat" ," Mrs. Spengler replied mate with only four council- with both commissioners
Public Invited possible to the classroom. "Not as fat as this whereupon Supt. Temple I Two women were shot andI truck' (from which the knife men seated.A Hodges is a former member of
------ All indications are, Temple building," Mrs. Spengler. pointed out it is his perogative I another I put in jail for the was ''apparently taken), note of irony has been the hospital board; he
,1' Annual C of Ci' says that the school system replied, pointing out teachers to present a staffing formulato shooting last Saturday nightas aggravated assault, resisting added to the complex situationby resigned when elected to the
Dinner Meeting will lose another 10 percent in have left Bradford Middle the .board.' And, Temple the result of an argument in arrest 'with .violence, mali-, the .fact that incumbent .county commission.
i' Florida Education'Finance School and Lawtey Elemen- added it is the board's per front of Emmett Bright's Bar dons destruction of property Mayor Commissioner "Yes, I do think we need to
.' Friday. 7:30Woman' Program funds next. year. tary, but have not been. gative to make changes, deletion on Old Lawtey Road, accordIng disorderly intoxication and Spurgeon (Spud) Massey, a have some control," said
*Club I That means a $300,000 budgetcut replaced.Temple. or additions it wishes. to Deputy Sheriff Don i open profanity staunch 'water project sup-, 1 Commissioner Dave Paulk,
,which is expected to come said the Lawteyteacher The staffing formula will be Denton. Starke Policeman G: A.: port, and Wayne Massey 'who later suggested that a
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i; ? > Ed.: Commissioner: after the$90,000 cut the school who left on maternity presented by position not by Lucy May Revells, 34, of Tomasovich responded to :a president of the ConcernedCitizens doctor and nurse should be on
'i" .'':. -i+ Ralph Turlington. board has just approved. leave >will ; not be replaced name, the superintendent Starke was shot in the left side ''call from a Starke resident,, are brothers. the hospital board. The commissioners
Will Speak ."There is a prospective cut because:the .pupilteacherratio ,I indicated. and Mary A. Welch, 25 also of who reported "a man is An earlier move for a water agreed. '
------ in the entire program."We're is 126.5 there lower ". Starke was shot in the stabbing a car on Call Street." system in. Lawtey was Chairman Dave Shuford
; "' VALENTINE'S DANCE bracing for it," Temple said without the teacher than I 'I'm sure you anticipatethat stomach and both were takento The subject had left the scene'' defeated by the Council in 1958 indicated he has changed his I
,' Fri., Feb. 14 Wednesday morning. He's Hampton, Elementary' 128. with saidT great pleasure, the Bradford County when the officer, momentarily when it could have been built mind about the local board
'p.m.-la.m. heard it for months and the said he could not Temple Hospital and later transferred'to 'detained by a train across the .for about one-third of the taking on more responsibility
principals got a dose of It from justify replacing the Lawtey A few minutes later, Temple Shands Hospital in Gaines-j! tracks arrived.Thomaaovich. present estimated cost. Interest because of the "kind "of
ri J' M.M..Per Couple. State Department of Educa- teacher. ,returned to the topic of the 'vale saw the man'' in the project. was dollars" the county Is contributing -
i tion officials at a conferenceon On Dee: 27 the superintendent pupil-teacher ratio. The board Corine Dainiels, 'Do.of approaching Madison Street revived about two.y...* ago. to the hospital .
Call '447$39or ,collective bargaining in said, he issued a will, of necessity have to askif Starke was arrested and with a'' knife L''In"nU back due to the, poor; quality of the hospital ."vit f
; 944.4071 For,Ticket. GainesvilleTuesday. memorandum to his staff and it can afford the pupil- ,charged with two counts of pocket: The man threatened to' t water from Lawtey.a shallow toTerming county. ',and ''its
ti !'II. .Live Band ; 'with M..... principals that decisions on teacher ratio it, now has, assault with intent to commit ''cut and kill" the officer but ,.J" p'ivate-wella- the coninstant citizens,'* Bryan told his'
t'" ';"C' ..... ,I I Spengler.nSupL: Temple said replacing teachers who leave Temple said.- ,. !murder She was still in Jail .a companion took the knife health hazard 'from fellow,I.i commissioner :the r
; Sw1: j Wednesday morning his goal should Be made Indescrim- "If we"can'afford''the administration -. "Tuesday and arrangementswere from Regan and gave it. to the>, 'drainage septic tanks and..' county... this ;year>.budgeted I
: ..is keeping as low a pupil inantly based 'solely on we've got; we being made for a band! officer. ditches carrying raw 101,14' fpr/the:: operation tit $ i\. J
.; Whr Hommunitu teacher ratio as possible. He's position and need, not person can sure afford the teachers," 'A. Starke man faces six Regan was placed In Jail sewage. the hospital and'' the- new "',h
'J' .tatr'ilank4 had two years to .study a ality.The system is down now Mr*. Spengler stated At that criminal charges In Bradford after heavy resistance.There In the past two years the-; Emergency .Medical c Cart- n
1V UM\ \' ..r. .: staffing formula and i*. to a pupil-teacher ratio which point Board Member Arthur .County after allegedly threat- were no personal Injuries city has spent around. $40,000 program.; ."The,.figure pro ,tti. j
..gJf': ; : "' -61 prepared: to move' ilaak6s *aid. he ,could wait in the Incidents engineering mines' to be much ',
', r"l % -"" IMwMYnVq !will see non-teachers filling r ,colng to Starke Police reported shad I higher ... >tKI
rot' t a to\: 'tt--" .. ,... 1 V Supt. Temple stated ''posU swhentescherileave.Part until Ifeb.-v 10,: and *Mr i/; ".man with abhuna thig knife. ( Damage to the,'stabbed te aeyy fees.. ana ,, ,,year when w will .A f. lt '+
'P-.I_..... .. 'Tuesday'1 night 'the entire of the program to cut Spengler said she could go Phillip H. Regan, 30, is vehicle yas approximately. other preparations'. for the I up the whet EMC tatoTm.Od i a. J.nIs. 't '

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For those who have "Been .- -- ....... l :
everywhere and done everything" ""tOOO ........
,,, ... of the membership last take in. This is
and
selecting a new / If the first meeting of the year. a cow can whycattlemen '
different spot for the summer / : officers and board of directorsis Prospects are good for havingover have to supply'
vacation becomes somewhat '" an indication of 150 members before 1975is these nutrients in the winter in,
.... of a problem. To fill this gap, activities of the programsand Bradford- over. This increase in mem- the form of good quality hay;&
v | the little town of Raleigh, .Union Cattleman's Association bership is the result of con- liquid supplements, protein
) Miss, has come up with a for 1975, you will be hear. cern about the present situation blocks, corn, molasses, ctc.,-i
National TobaccoSpittingcontest 18 feet for the"spitof" Each handicapped by a set of new ing a lot of good things about for the cattlemen. They or in winter forages like rye,/
hold each July. contestant makes three attempts dentures. that organization. hope they can better tell their ryegrass or clover.A .
and the farthest spray story and get help and cooperation -
There are two major eventsin must be larger than a dime to For anyone interested jn President Vernon Reddish if they join and let their cattleman must know the
this competitionone for be counted. entering the contest, it wouldbe had excellent attendance and association speak for them. protein and energy require-
accuracy and one for long distance well to remember that for participation by the entire ments of his herd and he must , spitting. In last year's When ready to fire, the the beginner, tobacco chewingcan board as it made initial plans Speaking of cattlemen, know what is in the feed he is '*,
competition, 30 or more con spitter places two fingers to be a sad experience, for the third annual 41al1d many of them are having supplying if he Is to get the )
testants took turns toeing the his mouth, pressing lips resulting in burned mouth FFA Steer Show and Sale. difficulty supplying nutritional minimum nutrients into the :
line at a 32-foot "spitway" against teeth rears back on tissue, an upset stomach, and ttylJ PJans$ include having the show needs to their herds this cow. He ('annotllHord to feed
made of plywood covered with his heels, and lets fly. The stained teeth if care is not for the 54 steers entered at 7p.m.'on winter. Most cows went into too much protein and not"""
butcher paper. "baccy juice" spurts betweenthe taken to select the type of ru Friday, April 4 with winter months lighter in flesh enough energy, nor can he
fingers in an amber arc "chaw" suitable to the Indivi- the sale to start at 7 p.m. on and with less weight than they afford: to feed too much energy
For the accuracy event, a that is awesome to behold. dual taste and ability. Saturday, April 5. This will have in previous years. Someof and not enough protein.
'.. regulation spittoon is placed allow the steers to be on exhi- this was due to overstocking
12 feet from the firing line, world's record set bit to the public during the Since it is impossible tostarve.
The was Chewing tobacco comes in pastures with cows and calves in the cattle
>and it's every man for him in 1970 with a spit of 25 feet plugs, ringlets, ribbons, and entire run of the Bradford that would have been sold the .a profit
self.The six whose shots have 'round, when the range is increased and ten inches by an Old Miss shredded chunks. Chunks are types of tobacco, or even County Fair April 2-5. year before. Also, pastureswere business during difficult Rood times, it
) landed nearest the cuspidor to 15 feet. In case of a student who, defeated the best for intial experiments as snuff. Plug brands are hard to Another change this not fertilized and cared is even more und low during
then advance to the next tie, the spittoon is moved up to thenPoint chew but are very durable and year those high cost price
who
former masticatedand
champ, was they are easily will be to exhibit the steers in for as well during 1974 times It is important that
agreeable to spit. Ringlets and
are equally easy to spit but the north end of the livestock because of fertilizer shortagesand each cattleman look at his
chew
ribbons to
out if found distasteful.The are easy barn to allow for high prices.
more room feeding program make sure
hard to keep tidy in the mouth.

; of view.................................-.......................... experienced chewer' Experiment to find the most swine breeding exhibits cattle,in and the possible south Cattle need protein, energy, he is dollar getting the most lor
small satisfying and convenient type vitamins every spent.
takes a amount of barn. Also possible this is roughage, anaminerals
tobacco between thumb and for your taste. Once the brand kind of year in certain amounts
livestock show
the first two fingers and that is right for you has been some or
activity each evening of the just about every day of the
places it in the palm of the found, you can join the legionof fair since the contest year. During late spring and Maj. Bloodworth
Needed handjust to fill the baseball players, fishermen queen
ChangeThe enough has been moved to another summer, a well fertilizer pas
circular parts of the palm. farmers, construction location. ture will supply these to the Assumes CommandOf
The tobacco is then placed workers, and other chewers in cow. However, old, frosted
between the teeth and cheek, this satisfying, if unesthetic, Secretary Ray Norman pasture grass and poor quality Jnx Guard Unit
recent report of the FBI of a 16 "For some children the impact of where it is allowed to rest a reported that the association hay just does not have enough

per cent increase in crime over the same violence so graphically portrayed and so few minutes to season. After art.A humorous story about already has ill paid membersto nutrients to supply these Maj. James F. Bloodworthof
period in 1973 indicates one of the available may be deeply disturbing," that the wad is worked into a''\ tobacco chewing was once told date. This is only four short needs in the amount of forage Starke has assumed
record- compact ball by pressing with by Lewis Shriver, whose command of the K5ird:: Supply
rises in crime rate
sharpest on AMA. "A child who is already
says t the tongue against the teeth. father ran one of the early and Service Co. of the Florida
and the disquieting fact that percent- struggling with his own aggressive feel- general stores at Brooker.It ID: aQOaa J : tw!: oa ]c caIn National Guard.
The chewing process is a
in crime
agewise, growth was greatestin ings may be unable to cope with open
the nation's smaller cities. aggression on the screen." Even the delicate operation, since seems that one hardbitten Maj. Bloodworth, Paro'le.and ,
excess action by the teeth had habit of Probation Officer super
old farmer a
s healthy child, whose mind is, nevertheless causes rapid depletion of,the coming to the store, where he previous articles the extremely important to their visor in the Starke urea,
No longer can a family move to the in its formative, impressionablestages flavor. Chewing should be at a would sit for a spell on a Bradford Anonymous Group has of said Alcoholics that',;: are recovery.<<) not habit-forming Also, these as drugs mostof replaced Maj. James M.

+ t suburbs and expect to live in comfort may suffer from exposure to vio- moderate pace for most pleas-, cracker barrel, letting alcoholism is a disease, and the older drugs were. Williams as commandingofficer
and safety. No longer is violence con- lence in movies and television accordingto Ing results. tobacco juice fall where it can be treated like any other of the 853rd.: The unit is

fined to big cities such as New York San the U. S. Surgeon General's Advisory Expectorating is not the may.Lewis disease if it Is understood. It is Another important effect of assigned in to Jacksonville the Cedar ,Ilills
is that doctors Armory
Francisco, ond Chicago. It has now Committee on Social Behavior. most important part of put up with this as partly physical part the newer drugs _
and don't haveto
reached Main Street in our smaller cities tobacco chewing, but care long as he could and finally mental, and partly spiritual. fear the hospitals"disturbing influence" The 47-year-old Guard officer '.,
invested in fancy spittoon This week we will talk about
and towns. Sunday:' evening a Santa Fe The harmful impact of filmed violenceis must be taken when selecting i which he placed a convenientlyin the physical part of the of the alcoholic patient joined the Army in 1loIfl'and
the right for juice. commissioned in
spot excess was
Community College secretary stoppedat at least threefold, according to the The best place, of course, is reach of the old fellow. But disease.A. A. does not employ When he wakes up'he is often 1951. He saw combat in the
a convenience store in Gainesville and AMAIt: the great outdoors where no no matter where the spittoonwas doctors or run detoxificationunits the most co-operative patient Korean Conflict and was
in the He feels
went in to buy a candy bar. Before she one will object if your aim is placed, the tobacco but we can discuss the well hospital.to soon around awarded a Bronze Star Medal
could her she stabbedto bad. Indoors, however an old chewer would turn his head physical aspects so that they enough move for valor.
return to car was subconsciously makes the child }jar and spit in the other direction. can be better understood. and make himself useful and
death for no reason at all, by a man more restive, more aggressive, and coffee regulation can spittoon, Mason should, be or Lewis would move the spit- he likes doing it.

i wielding a knife in the store. more hostile.It used. Always remember that toon, but try as he would, it person Acute is alcoholism in a state of is intoxication when a With proper medical care, Home BurnsAt

t there is nothing more Irritat- was never in the right place. whether of recent originor the patient will quickly get the
The closer the picture gets to Florida provides the child with specific ing to other human beings or, of long duration. The treat. alcohol out of his system, and Laic
the worse it becomes. Growth in crime behavioral models to emulate.It even animals than badly, After dodging the spittoon ment is primarily a medical he will be able to reason toy'LAWTEY
outdistanced the aimed tobacco juice.If four or five times, the old problem. Physical withdrawal again. If the doctor at this
southern states
among fellow his dander and
got up point explains to the alcoholicthe
rest of the nation, and all Florida cities teaches the child that violence is you feel you have mastered said, "Lewis, if you don't quit tion symptoms, malnutrition may be, dehydra extreme deadly nature of his owned A frame I house In

experienced more crime during the an acceptable, indeed a preferredmeans the process at this point, moving that danged thing, I'm nervousness, DT's, hallucinations disease, he will usually listen the I'etcsMllc by l\1l1nul1lllal11ptol1;section near
you can move on to other' going to hit it yet!" and be willing to accept the
year. of resolving problems. convulsions, sleepless. Luutey burned to the ground
ness, tremors and general further treatment that he lust Thursday night which

There must be a reason for such an Violence begets violence, and today'schildren' physical discomfort. All of f needs. drew attention to the t1'llhal

I :'Jft&easef2.ind"the- finger"of suspicion / may be'growing up psycholo-. Letters part these are of the recognized
t -i poirjt j"stfonglyTlo! ; the current"crazefjar" senseless viol n& oh television and in generation of. -vici us *"< 4 j.., "C -,,,JJBinuat: ,LNI and! point clip) Nafreat-!such aspsychiatric ,,,'K.\a'tHough1."thai/)' :' \ "Ww

the movies. aggressors to perpetrate such senseless Slippery, Slimey, Goopy Mess When'these ment Alcoholics Anonymous, hurned down another house
symptoms are right beside it and two autos:
crimes as the stabbing of the Gainesville present, the alcoholic needs or both !More experienced were saved l from the I lames.
According to an opinion'released by secretary last Sunday.If Editor Telegraph: dusty it endangers all medical care and sometimes doctors in the alcoholism field As soon us the house lire wasunder
travelers while smotheringthe hospital The acute have found that, except in
care. phaseof control tin
the American Medical department
Association, "Vio- Having been a resident of extreme Alcoholics
demand to homes of local residents alcoholism can be extremely cases ran out of water and it look 20
lent movies and parents a stop Bradford for five
( television County
) create violent thick Anonymous: is enough.
but
with a dusty powder. dangerous, few
minutes to net another load otwutl'r.
violence in movies and and
children. And exaggerated years residing on Forsyth
according to AMA alcoholics or their 'familiesseem
"The Motion television, and withhold their Road for over two, I feel com- Having had the front end of This concludes our discussion Fire ('Iud1.: M.
Picture Association of patronage to realize this. Jordan said.Sc'rnl .
pelled to express my concern, three different autos alignedand of the physical aspects of
material will call
of such
America the agency responsible for rat- the producers a disappointment and resentment balanced repeatedly, and the disease. Much of the information
ing the acceptability of movies, has halt. But as long as parents sit idly by for the deplorable condi-. putting new shock absorberson Doctors their and hospitals today has come from I11l'mh'J's from the

made virtually no effort to restrict the condoning whatever is served up to their tion of this county road., I've finally given up all have drugs at to help disposal the alcoholic new: Chapter 10 Alcoholism"of the "New Law call Icy for department(ho lire ami answeredthe all the
of violent children, we may expect more and more hope of maintaining proper the acute Four Primer on by
accessibility movies to through phase volunteers from the cork
Forsyth Road is not new to vehicular performance while lllrtyIann.! Marty Mann is
children"for violence, and an ever-increasing crime are in common use: rcser- release
instance. "Godfather" and center answered the
Bradford County and there- living on Forsyth Road. one of the world's great authorities '
now "Godfather II" rate. fore not just a new problem pine, chlorpromazine, pro. on alcoholism, as well as call.
cropping up. But the conditionof During this election past. mazine hydrocloridc, and the Executive Director of the e*........*..*..................
this heavily used road is one county official was meprobamate Each of these National Council on : l.iff-SI\U- :
much the same as those in the seeking votes by asking resi- drugs allows the very sick Alcoholism
Most!t of us live our lives the
alcoholic to sleep
Mid-18th dents if they wanted to see pea'efullYIand '
Century.
I Violence Forsyth Road paved. Need- to wake up refreshed and Our next article, or articles, way we watch television
Begets ViolenceThe It isn't that this'road doesn't less to say, he turned out to be with a good appetite. Since will be on what the family and haven though the program,,
get graded, because it does- "just another politician" with most alcoholics suffer severe friends of an alcoholic can do isn't as good as we w ould likeit
JUST PRIOR to a good rain! empty political promises.I dietary deficiency, .in fact to help him. to be. ucure too lazy logctup

from starvation, eating is ...0. W. M. and change. ,
decision of the County Commis- had contributed $106,949 to the hospitaland When it rains, the road is a am sure if one of our illus- Pnmi'lfl J Howlm

sion to step into the breach and accept rescue operations in the current slippery,slimy, goopy mess of ,trious County Commissionerslived
-
on Forsyth Road, action
responsibility for appointment of memo fiscal year, without having any say-so in glop which to navigate.But is almost. impossible would already have been

bers of the Bradford County Hospital the operation of the facilities.It initiated.

Board of Trustees comes at an oppor- (Signcd--A) disgruntled IMPORTANT
when dry it's like
tune time and not a moment too soon. is believed that under their powerof driving on a large wash board.A resident perturbed of, Forsyth and disheartened Road.

home rule the Commissioners can rough, bumpy, rugged road,
In the past appointments to the amend the legislative act after duly somewhat like an obstacle -Thos. B. WallaceP.
Box 84 Starke
Board of Trustees have been made on advertising the proposed change and course that at times is so O. ,

1' the recommendation of the Governor's holding necessary public hearings.The .

so-called "patronage committee," a = f PLEASE READ
Wfu 1 EJ JlllT JftJ
somewhat nebulous organization in each opinion was voiced that the'present ,

county composed of "supporters" of the confused situation at the hospital is

Governor, following the ancient tradi- due largely to a lack of cooperation and Veterans William Service Haas Officer

tion of"to the victor belongs the spoils." communication among the hospital

In this aura of politics appointments to' trustees and the past practice of trans- The Veterans Administration veteran with" dependents is March 1st is The '

local boards, issued by the Governor's acting business behind closed doors sent me a financial reportfor 3800. The annual incomesare
the last six months of 1974, if feel
office, have been good, bad, and indifferent rather than "in the sunshine" as showing the assistance you are changing in need so of help you, come

and have permitted petty politics to required by law. received by the Bradford in and we will apply for assis
often influence appointments to boards County Veterans of all wars. tance. .
having such grave responsibilities as the Now that the Governor has wisely Here are a few figures in the Prior to January r" '1974, NEWDATE

operation of a hospital, where political abolished the "patronage committees"that total amount of $200,870.00: pension could be paid'only ,
Service connected compen- from the date on which a'eteran's .
acumen should be at the bottom, rather have reportedly gotten him into hot sation $24,176.00; Non- \ claim was receivedby <:':

than the top, of needed qualifications.At water in several counties, it seems an service connected pension the Veterans Administration. -

especially propitious time for the County $17,013.00; Educational bene- Public Law 93-177 provided -
a special meeting last Friday, the Commission to carry the ball and assume fits 152185.00: Death com- that disability pension
Commission instructed its attorney to their rightful responsibility in the pensation and pension could be paid retroactively for ft
oper-
$4.950.00; Burial allowance up to one ((1)) year prior to the
draw up a proposed amendment to the ation of our hospital.We 254600. date on which the claim is

legislative act creating the hospital received if the evidence
board and providing for appointment of believe this change will meet with You will notice that the edu- shows eligibility. If a veteran'

its members by the Governor.It public approval and hope the Commis- cational benefits are three- files a claim prior to January
fourths of the total. This 1, 1975; and is stlown to meet
sion will full ahead
with this
move speed generates many, many other all of the requirements of the ABSOLUTEDEADLINEFar
was pointed out that the County important amendment. benefit besides helping the law. pension may be paid

vet his'wife, or children from January I, 1974. When a
--. receive an education.An veteran files a claim after
pRI honorably discharged January 1, 1975, and is found
1 cosh veteran with ninety ((90)) daysor :'to meet all of the requirements Filing Of All
4O 1619trtrrapI808G more wartime service may pension may still be ,
\ be eligible for Veterans Ad- paid retroactively for up to
ministration pension of he is .one ((1)) year prior to the dateon
shown to be permanently and which the claim is received) Exemption
if""":: c totally disabled or is 65 years: by the Veterans Administration. <', Applications
.en of age or older, and if his .
,1' O" FERGUSON-JOMNM.MILLER annual income is within the If you have any questions

Publishers- limit prescribed by law. regarding the above or' any ', ,
Published! each Thursday and entered: .second Oess Metter at the Post Office at Starke. Fla.under Act A single veteran Is eligible if veteran matter contact the Gene Long CFA ,
'
of Muah 3. 1879., his annual income from all Bradford County Veteran Service ; ;

Subscription rate In trade area: $8 per year: $3.50 six months. sources .other than the Office In the Courthouse '
Outside trade area: ,*7 per year: ...00 six months. Veterans Administration is ,'nil day Monday or until noon, ," ,Property Appraiser *
Phone964-6305 not more than $2,600. The Wednesday each week. Phone .
St..... R-:
annual income limitation for
a number is 964-5034.,
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1i BasfordTraylorTo Wed Apr. 26 fflte J/l/ !

Mr. and Mrs. Afton C. Bas- c <64.ide l WJ

1i rr B ford of the Kingsley engagement Lake and announce 1Iloo4 &ciel y ea'it

approaching marriage of their
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daughter Nancy, to Dean '
.. Traylor, son of Mr. and Mrs. '
.4 I Robert N. Traylor of Lawtey. Little Women 3S Elementary Participates 'I
The wedding will take place
444 April 26 at 7 p.m at the To Meet Feb 3 In Arbor Day Program.
Murray Hill Baptist Church in -
1' Jacksonville.All The Little Women's Club' All classes at Southside Elementary "Trees" and 'What Do We Do
1afr t friends and relatives of j will have a program on "Good participated In Arbor When We Plant the Tree".
'
the couple are invited to attend 'yf Grooming" at their meetingon Day activities on. Thursday, On Friday, January 17, the
Monday,Feb. 3,at 8 p.m. at .January 16. Jr. Women's Club of Starke
the club house. Terry Reedy & member of furnished a flowering dogwood
rr a GaskinsBrownTo 'n r i ,c rJ1 the U. S. Forestry Service tree' for the first grade
lasses to and for.
UDC To Mee presented a movie "Beyondthe plant care
Mrs Charles Goodowns made
Suburb's, and two appro-
Wed Feb. 'rw 4 ; NextWednesday priate poems, Joyce Kilmer's (the presentation in an outdoor

Baby Sitting Clinic Held _ceremony._. _____ _. _n
e
Miss Linda Dianne Gaskins t r W. T, Week's chapter
By Junior Woman's Club: and Jimmy Lawrence Brown 1 U.D.C., will meet with Mrs. C.
? will be married Friday, Feb. N. Christy, with Mrs. J. D. Henry Block has
7, at 8 p.m. in the First Seymour as co-hostess, qn
The Junior Woman's Club ments were served. Christian Church with a Wednesday, Feb. 5, at 3:30:
held a baby sitting clinic The club will hold their 17
following at the p.m. ,reasons why
headed by Mrs Robert Hall February meeting on Tuesday Stare Golf and Country Club. you
on Thursday, Jan. 16. night, Feb. 4, at 8 p.m. at the All friends and relatives are
Mrs. Gary Hildebran, club house. invited to attend. should come to us
operator of the PeeWee Front row (1-r( ): Tracy Kelly. Linda Settles, Pam Tucker
Nursery discussed with the Kathy Starling. Debt Bryant Back row: Nancy Hildreth
girls various problems of Miss Thomas Received Lisa Ekard Ellen George Teresa Ilobbs. Teresa Spivey for income tax help.Reason .
caring for young children. She
made of how to Award
suggestions STAR Recently
entertain children and what to Service Awards Banquet 16. We'll try to do

do in certain emergencies. Miss Thomas was selectedby
After the session, refresh-\ the BHS faculty as the one Given ForTeen VolunteersThe dr everything we can to save

BPW Members junior who best exhibits the Teenage Volunteerswere Bradford County Hospital, to you money.; After all, we

NN Fa following toward the qualities business: 1)) attitude honored at a service- give out the awards. Mrs. ,want your business again
com
awards banquet Tuesday Bobo explained what each girl
Program Topic 2)) extracurricular
munity night,Jan. 21, in the Methodist was supposed to do at the next year.
activities both in school and in
Fellowship Hall given by their hospital and showed a film.
World Affairs a the business community, 3)
v in schoolor sponsors Mrs. Linda Johns The girls receiving their caps
leadership positions and Mrs. Jim Lawson. were: Tracy Kelly Linda
Starke's Business and Pro community, 4)) grade point The 40 guests included the'parents Settles, Pam Tucker, Kathy
and 5)) academic
,
fessional Women met Monday average
of the 14 volunteersand Starling Debi Bryant, Nancy
Jan. 1:1. with Mrs. Bea. honors and awards. executive board membersof Hildreth, Lisa Ekard, Ellen
Kimmons presiding.Mrs. examination Laura Kay is, competing for further, by the Hospital Auxiliary.Also George,Teresa Hobbs, Teresa t I IlgL
Lillian Pearson a attending was Mrs. Spivey and Angie Bryant.
district and state awards. A
realtor, was chosen from the Lenwood Bobo director of In- These girls had to put in 50
certificate of award will be '
club as one of the Chamber of Service Education from the. hours of service before receiving -
Commerce Board of Gover made at a future date. a cap.

nors.The club gave her a vote HomemakersHold The U-shaped tables were Griffis-Brown
- of thanks for her new position.A decorated with the red and
discussion was given on ADK Members WorkshopA white colors of the Volunteerswith Engagement Told
the three women who have Miss Laura Kay Thomas a candle centered in each BLOCK
been recognized by the junior coed at Bradford High Plan Projects group of Homemakers' table. The head table carriedout Mr.and Mrs A. C. Brown of
Chamber of Commerce. the BHS interested in arts and crafts the same colors with an Starke announce the engage-
School is faculty'sselection
THE INCOME TAX
World Affairs was the ? winner in the met for a workshop on Tues- arrangement of red and white ment of their daughter PEOPLE
as
subject of the evening, with a Student-Teacher Achieve Alpha Delta Kappa held day afternoon, Jan. 21 at the carnations. Cynthia Kay to James Allen
discussion of accounts in the ment Recognition Program their January meeting Jan. 20 home of Miss Rosa Moore in' Griffis, son of Mr. and Mrs., 118 NORTH WALNUT
Wall Street Journal Time STAR). at the home of Gladys Heilbronn Springs. Woman's Club James A. Griffis of Graham. I
(
magazine and T.V. News. The STAR program is Thomas. Ruth Frazier, Each woman brought a, Wedding plans will be an- Open 9 AM. to 6 P M Monday thru Saturday Phone 964,8286
Desta Dyal was responsiblefor designed to recognition to chaplain, opened the meeting project to work on; crochet:' Meeting Feb. 3 nounced at a later date:
give
but in her NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY
the program student in each high with the devotional. knitting, embroidery quilt'
absence Evelyn A.. Haney one junior President Frances piecing stuffed animals and
school in Florida who exhibitsa The executive board of the
acted as moderator. sound respect toward the Hamilton presided over the toys. Patterns and ideas were Woman's Club of Starke will
business meeting in which exchanged. A demonstrationand
free enterprise system. have a luncheon and business
Similar is taken of altruistic plans were made to instructions was given on Wednesday, Feb 5, '
cognizance
Altar Society meeting BUY NOW AND GET YOUR
those teachers who, in the assist Girl Scout Troop 11 in doll making, crochet knittingand at 12:15 p.m. at the HolidayInn.
their early spring projects and making fabric "flowers.:
To Meet Feb. 4 opinion students of inspired these outstanding and contri- bake sales. A social hour and fresh- .. i

buted to their achievements. During the social hour ments were. enjoyed at the
St. Edward's Altar Society Laura Kay a BHS cheer refreshments were served by close of the meeting. The Sale Now In Progress One-
will meet in the Parish Hall leader,is the daughter of Mrs. the hostesses, Gladys group also met Tuesday, Jan., Third to One-Hall OFF at
Tuesday Feb. 4, at 7:30: p.m. Scletta Thomas and the, lateD. Thomas, Lucile Johns and 28 at the home of Mrs. MhL.w-Leila?. .ftlasfer, ;. hr.lle.and!
Following this meeting a L..Thomas of :Starke.: ; Eunice Searing. Combs at Kingsley Lake. BankAmericarti JletonYg. k.. -
program will be presented for w :,r i f r, od tr :rcJi un

all the women subject of the of cancer.communityon i 'fu "" mmfjCIJ.; : ':: t. fr ''' OH ,. 4 ,nta R ro. i.ot. t

Richard Howe, Executive 1 1 ? 1j .

Director of the American f" iV" LLJLLJL.ILLlW.: .
Cancer Association will be on y..rgl ph : ; '" ,0."C'. .

hand to present Detection the film and, F" .....". ..',:( ,. H&lL!\ ). tfvVV-/-r :: ."\#;' ,,' ,. .. .J' '.n lea........
Cancer
Self"Breast Examination.". He will 1i'\:' !ti' (OJ"iltJll" W:' 'liJ" .. ,.-" direct from General Electric to

then answer .any questions t ;: rBI] W JWtB 'I; Lil 'I3'Q-.C E t. ,

presented. 't..'t.h...:.;. 'arr: .''',t""'.'_ ..1"vr/:;;Jh .. Early purchasers of a.WEATHERTRON"

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a daughter, Gina Lee, Jan. ,,IIVE.'. ., ( i,, .. .... .

Grandparents 18 in St. Vincent's are Mr.Hospital.and ;f A;;:tr": 'hu4 t.r, ,);!ti'?lr'' ,yh af, 'e,; !..,)\: 9i' ": i lpR j; +t4't.'" ar. ,!l14.. -f i',,!\'., _'FIfl.I. HEAT PUMP-


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Page! 4 TELEGRAPH January 30,1973


. Carver-Davis Wedding, Feb. 22 BCH Auxiliary :t .:....................................,.......................................................r......

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Mr. and Mrs. Herman J. Recognizes.TeenVolunteers and Mrs, S: W. H.imil-'. '.
Mr
Mr and Mrs, Ted Mrs. 11. B. McLcndon Mrs J. II. !Fields had us
Carver of Orange Park an- Kumiircddinc" of Miami arc returned Wednesday to her visitors Mr. and Mrs Kobcrt Ion and son George; lll1ll1\lrII.
nounce the engagement and spending this week with her home in Orlando after Tanner of Baldwin las l \\'. I. Hamilton ol Madison '
approaching marriage of their aunt I !Mrs A J. Barry. and spending the, past ten days Tuesday) and Mr. and Mrs\ Height. \11. spent the 'k
Belinda
laughter Sue, to and Mrs Mark
The Teenage Volunteerswere family while enroutc to Pennsylvania with her brother. J.-:. L Charles Fields of J.icksonv! c'l1llI l ith Mi'
Roger Glenn Davis, son of 1 r., given recognition at the to make their home. Matthews. on Saturday. ""111 ill 011 in TnmMi|
5. Cecil Davis of Huntsville, January meeting of the Brad
Texas and Mrs. Veleita Love- ford County Hospital ,
lace of Brooker. Auxiliary held Monday night
Miss Carver is a 1972 gra- in the Methodist FellowshipHall. t
duate of Orange Park High .
School. She attended St. Johns The 12 Volunteers attendingwith UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
River Junior College in their sponsors, Mrs
Palatka and is now enrolled in Linda Johns and Mrs. Jimmy
Florida Junior College, Jack-
Lawson, were given a stand-
somille. She is also employedas ing ovation for their untiring Electrification Administration
a secretary at FJC assistance to the Auxiliaryand
Mr.Davis is a 1970 graduateof to the patients al the 'If.V
:
Bradford High School and hospital.Mrs. Latain HerresIn .. .
attended Santa Fe Junior Mac Baldwin, president ',. : APPENDIX.A J-, A:i ",''', :',
Watermelon "
College He is now employedat
< introduced two prospec- :
the Federal Reserve Bank .tire members, Elizabeth :Statement of Nondiscrimination
Queen
in Jacksonville :MrCoIsky and Becky Basford Contest '
The couple will be marriedat
She also reminded the
p.m., Feb. 22, in All Saints Belinda (rawer members that the Bradford lieri'NViUTimlon)l.atam llrin-s.' iiincnl "Florida State Telephone Company has filed with the Federal Government a Compliance .
Protestant Chapel Naval Air {'.,lIl1ly !Fair will be held April ( lIc''n', w'ill \ie for the 1''I''l'id.' Assurance which is assures the Rural Electrification Administration that It
Station. Jacksonville. Miss Louise Stern, attended 3-5 and( assistance ill be \\tileimi-loii title ) will com ply fully with all requirements Title VI I of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and
.............................. the Atlanta Symphony Or- needed to maintain theAuxiliary .1-2UhisKrul.iN I jurcn' asalSnlurdrcl Feb.>)> the Rules and Regulations of the Department of Agriculture issued thereunder to the
chestra programs in Atlanta, hamburger booth ilunnn the kli)"iuli \\at it': end that no person in the United States shall, on the ground of race, color, or national
:Mrs. Ed Birdsall of St. Ga., Jan. 16 and 17 where her for three days and nights. melon! (Crowor.s; and Distributors origin, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, C or be otherwise
Petersburg was last Wednesday former teacher, Grant Miss Lillian Slump linance I Assotunions M-Miilh subjected to discrimination in the conduct; of its program and the operation of its fac
visitor of Mrs. L. D'ming. Johannasen, was a guest chairman stated the annual etxlu'ntinn. ilities. Under this Assurance, this C organization is committed not to discriminate
\ pianist. Auxiliary made over $200 ut The statewide. cniiii'sl 1 will 1 against any person on the ground of race, color or national origin in its policies and
the last rummage sale and lake. place ;il the Slit.raton-. I practices relating to applications for service or any other policies and practices
another one will bo held 'lowers Hotel! will Sc.ioilil. relating to treatment beneficiaries and participants including rates conditions and
From Our Farm. Saturday Feb. Members! ol Florid.I in Oil.iiiiln J extension of service, use of any of its facilities. attendance at and participation in any
may bring their donations to :Miss HolTes. III. is the r meetings of beneficiaries and participants or the exercise of any rights of such beneli.
Fresh Stump's Store or call (he ikiu !liler ol :Mr iinil Mrs. j claries and participants in the conduct of the operations orthis organization."Any .
president be picked up. Herb I IIl'1'l'l' ol Starke She isolso !
Strawberries Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorf, Sr.. the ('in'rent III'alllol't; \ person who believes himself, or any specific class of individuals to be subjected .
who is making puppets for the ('glib I Slrnulniiv i/iuvii. by this organization to discrimination prohibited by Title VI I of the Act and the
Hospitality Shop, asked Rules and Regulations issued thereunder may, by himself or a representative. file
590 PINT Daily 109 QT :'. members to give her discarded with the Secretary of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. 20250, or the Rural Electrjfica
stockings lace and )t'l'I.It''I'F:11111. .: \Is(;a: tion Administration, Washington, D. C. 20250, or this organization or all. a written
} Y J material scraps for the ('U'UIU':1-1'I.1'S{ : complaint. Such complaint must be filed not later than 90 days after the alleged discrImination
CABBAGE 1c LB project. Mrs. !K. J. Slum .mil\ :\l i's. S, or by such later date to which the Secretary of Agriculture or the Rural
Mrs. Bernice Bateman WlIamillonlC'I'C' the w inning\ Electrification Administration extends the time for filing. Identity of complainantswill
announced a First Aid course couple ut Ouplic.ile liiulgr be kept confidential except to the. extent necessary to carry out the purposes,ol
Indian RiverJUICE can be set up with a teacher Tuesday night. 1I11'!>. Uhoii the Rules and Regulations."
from Jacksonville if 12 adults Johnson end! Mrs. Hilda IJt'\!
will sign for the course.The were second and Mr. ind :.VIis.':
ORANGES 59 DOZ.MAVELS 89 0oz course will be for ten weeks, It. E. Jiimes weie third.
l< on Thursday nights, 6:30: to 9 -
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TANGELOS 89 for each meeting. For
Doz members attending, the accumulated -
hours will be
ALL counted as service hours for
the year's tabulation of time EveryDayLowPrice EveryDayLowPriceBEEF

(l t }VARIETIES BARTLETTYELLOW served.During the- social hour the

APPLES i i Teenage Volunteers served as N REGULAR GRIND
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hostesses and used the Valentine OR
theme table for the refresh- SIRLOIN ELECTRICPERKSTE'AKS
ment appointments. .
3 LBS. $1 ee3LBSs' e0Ii ............................... SUPERMARKETS

STARKE COFFEE
Mr. ,and !Mrs.\ J. M. Ed-
SUNBEAM 16 OZ. wards, Sr. spent the weekendin 32O SOUTH,

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$ 58 o.q. nN NO"uuun SOOD
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SWEET POTATOES 1 VCLB. Published every Thursday U M ut p'Mietf' re Kent BAG
at 1X8: W.Call Street 0.LD.L FOOD STAMPCOUPONS
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a rea: ".00 per
617 N. Temple Ave.9646O71 year; '3,50 six months FRESHFRYERS CHUCKROAST WHITEPOTATOES

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,: LC Sour Cream zms N 49t 5' ; Cottage Cheese :.::::c".:' OI S9t e' ; Cooked Ham aKwl,5" $1" ??

Smoked HamF:W:;;;r 7Sc I Sliced Bacon .M 99 Skinless
LO .10 r:Ma : to' Franks ::"_' :"" 69ct4

I'I Cooked Shrimp ...LlD- 99t 10' i Turkey 0UWMNO OuK::: PUO"".IS 49 I Sliced Bologna r:.P55': ..'.S.. S9t, .t4" ,"

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FREE small soft drink with the. 1 French Gr'n Beans "0':' 3'89c,;' "., I Iced Tea Mix ..N:::oe 'SI" 4. I Iced Oatmeal c_...'TIT" 59cIced .;! h

1 Sliced Carrots "",:'r.r-;' 4/l/ 5< ; Peanut Butter ..yorle 511' 20. I Spice. ,._....' >Mr.rM: :; 59c u ,b

purchase of a Mashed Potatoes ,:,.r:;.'eo;' ; 39c 4< 'I Pantry Pride Catsup ':'3/l/ 4It. s Foamy Detergent r.'.;:,;' 3/l/ 20. \

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Sewer Project (From Page u) ""................................................................................,.................................................. .......................................:.....'...............................
last Thursday. He said the said it would. past the original Dec. 11 will be blamed. AUnmcv.Cicorge
Co.
which the law t firm: represents General General Utilities won the be gone and some creditors
Scott, representing in the meeting, bid on the$238,138 Job at some' unpaid. Attorney Weiss acting work done to that point Is well Scott cited "a little bad completion date Picrco told the "I'tili-
Although he recommended Utilities Corp.for more time to $60,000 less than the next high- for the bonding) company done. Main criticism the weather," said one memberleft "My mind is made up, ties C'omnnllee.
turning the job over to the complete pleaded the job. He spoke of est bidder For that reason. suggested that the firm's 10percl'nt engineers had for the con- the firm and took a pieceof We've had no noticabli" pro
struction firm's work was that needed equipment home as outlined in our last
bonding Ruckmansaid City Clerk Merrill Edwards retainage be reducedto gress .'
company in the Ren-
Weiss sa'id
internal problems the blindingrompanx
the Utility Committee'smove Wellborn. said after the meeting, the allow creditors to be paid. levels were not run after with him, and that it took meeting (Jan.7') Ruckman :
froe, Utilities Corp cannot 'loim.illyenter ..
line laid. legal work to get the said Thursday. :The engineerssaid
to sewer was some
extend the deadline would be city should go along with the Attorney George Pierce,
but said the job only the picture until I the contract
another 45 days is agreeableto than 45 if firm and its sub-contractor,' acting for the city agreed to Scott agreed Ruckman'ssuggestion company operating again. they were recommendingthe I
further
delayed days terminated is terminated In l> llii-cilx
him. Ruckman said his Renfroe. Wellborn Utilities do that only if the bonding to having checks "We really are trying to get contract be' 1
another firm is called in to In that event U uoiilil U onie
think it of >
this done. I because nonpl'rl OrnWI1l'l'
Renfroe
issued to thing
jointly
recommendation was made Ruckman Corp. to a greater extent thanit indicates its agree-
because complete the job. company Wellborn Utilities and each would be in the city's interest But Scott continued l to push tora the liondiiiK cuntpaii| > >! I
no progress at all had would otherwise. ment in a letter and a finan-
agreed, saying it would delaythe tuul'eventually respoMsihility! lo sec! I Ito jol'i i I-
said axlcntion
been made on the job for the The city engineers became .cial of the parent bonding creditor to ensure that the to let them finish Scott 43 day '
job while a new firm was completed. Stunt "allllh(''fllI
previous two weeks. In fact moved concerned about the lack of agent be supplied the city. money would be paid the meaning let Renfroe Well- got it. ,
contacted and equip- finish the The looks to the !struction adxice ol' t tin turn
born Utilities city
Batterson said he was unable ment to the site and got set progress on the job and the Weiss agreed to both creditors. Corp. for recommcnda- ding comiinuoulil| ,lie
lo find anyone on the job for and fact that creditors of Renfroe stipulations Ruckman's main worry last job.The engineers u 1, I
Scott is secretary welcomed but
over a week.Gainesville. up. Wellborn Utilities were un The overall job, both Dale- Thursday was if work would city had met with the lion It goes against the einpluisi/eil t
of General Utilities the I tirni
nut '
treasurer is
and the Itirnmn seer"
and addi- recommendation job
the firm Jan 7 an
Attorney Steve paid.The engineers were con- wood and Reno, were 80 per- really be restarted on gave
ol' I the l
Corp< cerned that the$238,138 would cent complete, Ruckman said project. Scott and Wellborn tional 30,days for completion Jails through, (the Commission prosecution .Ioh.





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Belcher-Flynn Date DAR Award PresentedTo ;JjiJ'(Juu?Know ..". ......... ...............1/......-......... ....? ...?......................... ...................

Jake Winters of allies-I( Mr. and Mrs. Charles MFJ. and Mrs. Don Page/(
Date Set Mar. 1 15 Miss Mitchell Mr, and Mrs Mac Baldwin burg, Miss i!visiting his Vrecenak of Clifton. N.1, were in Jacksonville Sunday
\'ls lIheir\ son-in-law and ,brother-in-law and sister Dr wore last ,110111111sitorll\ of visiting Mrs Marie Page and
lU-v.( and Mrs It. C. Belcher daughter. Sir and Sirs and Mrs II. G, Bellinger. Mr.' and Mrs.'W.-A.: Stem.KdilieSchwab Sirs Marian Page.
til' C'luxlon. ia. announce the Miss Uebora Ruth[ Mitchell James Monluoro and
cnunnonK'iil\ \ and approaching is recipient of the 11)75\) Good daughter( In Tampa Saturday! : Sirs C, A, Knight Was' :( of (:ialnesille Mr. mill Mrs. Howard/
marriage 1>( 01' llic-ir\ laughter, C'iti/ens Award presented by und Sunday. hostess at a brunch at Mc- \ celebrated his |7lh birthday Mover\ visit(lit\ Mr. mi| Mrs
1'liwlJl'lhnlll': to John M. the Daughters ol the' Donald's Restaurant Saturday Saturday afternoon\ at thc Waller Taylor\ in Wnycross,
Klyniii Jr.. son ol'lhiUcv\ [ and American [devolution to a t ft. Mr,and Sirs Robbie Shallcrttere morning! for 24 guests home of his grandmother\ Ga.: over the weekend.
Mrs.. John M. /Klynn of Slurki, senior coed at Bradford High.Tho \ in Jacksonville Sunday Mrs. Myrtle Anderson His
The uc'dtlinu i will U unevenl award I is* )presented to visiting\ Mr. and Mrs Ogdciv\ Mr. and Sirs W A. Weldon parents, !Mh' ". and IIt'K.od./: Mr.ami l lIl'S1/ Ablxitt of
01 l Saturday, March. 15, the senior selected by the l Bates. and family of Bushnell spent ward Schwab ofSIerrllt Tampa(''1'*' 'last Monday to
at 4 p.m. in the Eastside BUS acuity( as Ix-st displayingthe weekend with Airs Gladys Island were here to help celebrate Thurxdav, << guests 1 ol Miss
Unptist 1 Church, C'laxtou. Ga. \ lolloping qualities: Sale Now In progress. One. Weldon. the occasion..Mr. Sledge( iViiddlclon.Mrs. .
The hl'ide'II'I'11I'ahl/ from (:I'al'l''ille.o'ol'ida/ ) High leadership, patriotism and Leila's. Master Charge and Sale Now' In Progress One. and' Mrs. Marian II. :M. Ricl'iiirilc; and
School and attended Abraham !scholarship. BankAmericard Welcome Third to One-Half OFF at Kskrldgo/: ( nf (Orlando) visited! :Mrs. II. 14. McLonikm visited
Uu kin in ('OIlI'l>(l' in Tilton. and Shorter College in Rome Sir and Mrs. John /F. Mitchell and daughter' "visited her BankAmericard Welcome. !Mr. and Mrs Homer\ Slearns, sinn, ills Tiiosdny."
(:ia. She is it lirst I 1 1 grude'>( of Slarke. She is competing\, mother,'' Mrs. Thl'lma I Luake- oven the weekend.Mr. One-
1 Thomas t In Progress.
/ the State was fishing Sale Now*
U'achcr in I ho Kvans: by examination
Counly
1\11's.lI./ Wilcox in Jack- '
und :
at Luko Okcechobee last and Mrs. J. A. loggersand : ( Third to One-Half- OFF atLeila's.
Hoard of Kducalion.: She also Good Cttixon: Award The /(
'lIon\llle Sunday and i
caches( piano In her borne results Mill be announced in .: week, :,, hunilIII' Jacksomille Master Charge
'
KlUubHh: Hoklin
the spring\ The medal and returned! were Sunday visitors ,of Mr. BankAmericard Welcome.
also V. J.
:Mr. Flynn graduated L.TC Spengler;
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(Irom (I'IIl'illl; High School 1 l-Yiends: :; n Iii;regret': i to, i'hear; cerlilicalc! will be awarded ut Debbie Mitchell Sunday alter attending two ,Mrs.4J.:' Neill of Indepen .and. Mrs.. Gerald;' Norman' \P| "and\ Mrs. Jack, ,Mi-Comb: !
had I'rom the St. Petersburg oIll'( \ death' of Sits M. 'G.MoVec the regional DAIt banquet in ............t.................. weeks training lor-:SelectiveService dence weeks*Mo.Ilh is her spending( .several, *Sale' Now In Progress.' One- attended 1 Hie later,' tl of;, 'icousin.
Junior College/( lie is employed !. Sr. in [Richmond. Va. the spring. Mr. and' Mrs. Richard St. in West Palm }J3each.Mr w son-in-law und Third to One-Half OFF at' 15. <1', Hollitmy.\ in
: by he I lcnson I Electric last FI'iduv.'unl'I'ul\ serviceswere -.............................. John and daughter; Joy, spent daughter rewlI., Mr.Mrs.and Andrews Sirs u'un'An and Leila's.' Master Charge -and '1 I\'h..h,\ eo, Lift 'rluirsjlay.!\;\
('0. in Jacksonville wherethe' Wednesday in Jack- the weekend with his mother; and Mrs Charles BankAmericard Welcome.
will reside Mrs. UO'I'las! a Mr. and Mrs. Orie Wiggins who is Mrs. Neill went to the. Community 'I: i's. \\ F. llrrlonii/( spent
John
ouple somille. Mrs. Mildred\ St. !Schaef fer of Atlanta;Ga wore
t.......... ........ .... ..... lormer ,resident ol'.Starkc.Misses Wiggins visited Sir ut and Jacksonville Mrs.! Robert\ seriously ill in Manatee Convalescent Saturday to Tuesday guests oCher Monday' Concert night to in. hear Luke/Fred City Sir and l Mrs. ,Jm'k14,1))11: ihe:Mi-s..li'hn worKrml'. Siewarl with,in'Mr'.Uu-kson-: 'and
Jr. Center, Bra enlon, sister, llt's.0'/ J. Shaw. Waring. attended the'Cracker Air '
Mrs. 1C.: C Harden. of Jean Mundy andShm'on Beach last Sunday. .Mrs. Eleanor Palmas and Mr. SI ream Pally'it the : ) > illo..Mrs.
\ ford of Tallahassee Sale Now In One. Mr\ and !Sirs William KOAcamp : H.-'i/en .
\('\\ulllld1"U is Thlil'sduund Sol and Mrs. Stephen St. John, Progress Greenof .grounds, near Bulow \I'lanla- .Icilyi' ol'Gainesville
-Vruiay guest ol :Mir nrHf ftlrs. Spent I the weekend at the Sirs Hoy Ward of Lake city also in Bradenlon; and Mr. Third to One-Ha II ''OFF at Atlantic Beach were lion (over: the "weekend. \\.110 if Sntid.rytisilot'
Il'l'b1'1 Thoniiis. unity cottage on Kinsley\ spend Wednesday with her and Mrs. Chris Palmas, I In'' Leila's. Master Charge and Saturday: visitors of .Mrs.'W./ I i nl :Mrs.. A. !1,1:.
Luke mother, Mrs.: S. L. Peek, Sr. Kathleen }tankAmericard! Welcome., U. 1\1 undy. :McKiiuii'V
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I Schools Get New Architect HOME NOTESFROM I Whitehead Elected President! of Sheriff Association- : \ .I

'LAKE BUTLER John 23 and elected sheriff in 1952. t'at'! elected( shi-rill In II"> '\\A"1t"
STAHKK After a "bar- or 5.5 percent architecturalfees buildings will house industrialarts a.r Whitehead, Union County He is believed to be the youngIxn: inn Iron 1'/1) u-d al (.1 DJ':' .., i
Mining"! session Monday depends on whether its arts and crafts home YOUR EXTENSION HOME sheriff was elected presidentof
"Khl. C'riug Saucy and Asso- 1975 projects are lumped economics,foreign languages, /. ECONOMICS the Florida Sheriff's Asso-
AGENT
'lutes of Gainesville officially together in one bid or broken DCT business education, fh r ciation at the annual mid-
HTiimo architect for the down into several different agriculture exceptional edu- I' winter convention Jan. 25. NOTICE
irudlurd School Board whichIIan8 projects a matter still to be cation rooms, driver's education -l,1t BY KATHY BROWN Whitehead served as vice-
$1.2 million in construe- determined between the board and humanities. president in 1974 and also on
ion in the coming year. and the architect. The new BMS building will the Board of Directors and Graduating SeniorsTHE
Alter i interviews with three Salley presently does work house pre-vocational courses, HOME FURNISHINGS Agriculture Building, 301 member of the board of
u'l'IlIll'l'tUl'allirms in the past for both Baker and Union pre-home economics, typing, INCLUDED North Starke, and ask for Sheriff's Boy's Ranch andGirl's LOCAL NATIONAL
nonih I I In-school board placed counties. He Is architect for art, and music plus a mathematics HOME SEWINGIn Extension Home Economics Villa.
Mlle.v; iind Associates at the Lake City Community Collegeand team teaching area the past few years, publication 160, "Making He is also currently servingon GUARD UNIT
op (01 the list. Following the has been since 1969. Salley replaces the firm of sewing for the home has Increased Draperies." the governor's Advisory
iroicdurc outlined in state Salley's firm has also Don Morgan and Associates of considerably.If Committee on Criminal Jus- 720 EDWARDS ROAD964532O
siw, the hoard( then met with designed and supervised con- Keystone' Heights, architectfor you look in major pattern MAKE VOUROWN tice for Region III.
;alley to work out an agree- struction of the new Santa Fe the Bradford school board companies' catalogues you CUSHIONS Whitehead was first elected
wont on fees. Community College, the State for the past six years. Under can find patterns for fiberfill- When you sew your own, no constable in 1949 at the age of
Under(terms agreed to Mon- Farm Bureau building in Morgan the school board stuffedfurniture and pillows. two pillows have to be alike HAS IMMEDIATE
lay night Salley will earn the Gainesville and a number of began its new building program Along with this trend, the For pillow-making is one I FIRE= UNDER CONTROL
.tandjrd six percent ,com- other projects, including high which has run into the$5 over-the-counter fabric place where you can do your OPENINGS FOR TOP QUALITY
uission on projects under $1 schools in Newberry and million mark to date. departments are carryingmore own thing with the sewing IS ONE OF MANS:' BESTFRIENDS
Million, and be paid 5.5 per- Hawthorne. ......;....................4e.. fabrics that are appropriate machine and not be tied downto ( PERSONNEL IN
rat on projects above that Work planned by the Bradford for home furnishings. a pattern
Remember the before
imounl. A range under and school board for the days Permanent press sheets are Tubes and cubes, squares WeldingMechanicsElectronics
Gloria Steinem, when all a
\er the louo,0)0() mark will coming year includes two new finding additional uses as and rectangles circles and
had to do wine'em .
H- worked, out to keep that buildings at Bradford High and man dine 'em was tablecloths, curtains bedspreads triangles, and even free forms s .n I AdministrationIF
amount Irom being a hard and School phases 4 and 5 totaling (Joe Doraey quoted by Alex Thien roller window that go every which way.
ust cut off. Salley indicated 24,270 square feet; a new 8,500 In Milwaukee Sentinel)) shades, and dust ruffles.As They're all so easy to make INTERESTED PLEASE APPLY
wouldn't charge the board square foot building at Bradford easier methods of that you can let your imagin-
ix percent on a $985,000 Middle School and six There's a report that (I making draperies are found, ation serve as your pattern. 720 EDWARDS ROAD
Mojecl. but would expect six new kindergarten rooms, women's lib is demandingthat i more people are making their No need to let a foam pillow
erienl on projects in the half three each at Starke and the FBI publish a list of own. If you are interested In I form dictate the shape you 1 & 2 FEB
pillion dollar range, and Southside Elementary the 'Ten Most Wanted making draperies stop by or- make either. You can create
imler. Schools. Women call me at the County Exten-, any shape by cutting the form Fire out of control is an enemy I 8 A.M. 4 P.M.
Whether the board pays six The new high school (Mickey Porter In Akron Be.conJourn.1) si on Home Economics office down with an electric knife or -turef ulneu make the
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Uuullord\ High Ciigors Budan followed\ I bII Forest basket\' scored three straight baskets: \! end of I the third period. points al the first of the third lasted I again until the! final and varsity ,tit III.m| ,, ,
wen week ol plaalliT( Moth teams look turns with the hired Koss. Sl'\\'l'lIl1l1d Baker Both teams had SCOKK: 11l'nnns: period. Then Ella Hampton minutes ol the quarter But BITS: llamplon -1,1\1! !>, BC'II'1.112 \
IOMMK\ to Buihhnl/1 fill.)2() ; in' loud until the linal minute.. each scored one lo put the scoring in the las) quarter scattered Lut lilts 13: 13 20 19--63OF hit on II0\ looter. Sll'Hawsl'orinK this time Buchholwas on the HUNs 2-0-4. Baker :5-3-I:1.; : :
(i.inu-sMllv last Friday night In the 1 Baal minute BUS Tornadoes in Iront 4(>-39: at the BHS; still gnawed uwuat the1orest 10 12 17 ,15--54KiriIIIOI.Xi.MK of both teams lasted scoring end ol the stick und Sowoll :IM-7. Hodge d-"i:) | ,
then Ix'uting visiting Ocala until the linal minutes of the went 1 rom a close 52-50 lead to Aldridgo 1-0-2 1'lIlulsIII.:!:! .;5jltuchli.il :!
/ .. defense
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..- Forest" t H.V54; Tuehla.night.. Hint ()5-54); : pertalwhen) B11Scloed in 4:1-: a 0-50 l lead. BUS scored onemore /: Pritchell! 1-2-4 Ii.i
| > ictory.Hodge
Sheldon Hodge was the lop lime before the ,Jll'k'lIn1.211I.: Liner
The two games( It.'aIh. 40 at the end ol the quarter. game 4'2 lo.
Tormuloc's" ) \\ Ilh an I 11-3 I : record and Baker thesparks scorer lor BHS in the Buihhol The three straight baskets ended. Daniel 5-5-15.:; :; W Jackson: !11.3-:\.
"' 11m' this: Io'asonlilh liJ.tUIlIl'S \'(' ol the were / game( with 13 points. were I h>' Sl'wl'lI and All red This weekend tIllS faces St. 21. Totals 22-lli-liO(
the last
in gamewith : :Milton Baker was next with 13
Hiss scored the last two Augustine: al home Friday
Ii-in.lining.! Threo ol ".,,.. vZr both getting six points. hollowed b Donnie,, Koss. '
those games miianiing" the ,. < Ul'I'rand SI'\\l'1I vath added points > on live loot shots night then travels to :North snuct: IIU'It'l'IICS:
homo names. ,)it" Sow ell with seven points in a The same tough, close Marion Saturday! night.( Junior !mis 14 in) Hi 12 .*.'
Tins Friday night 151 IS will u basket. during the rest ot Ihl'gal1ll' BUS losing ellort.Bradlord playing/ .Irons both teams larstty games start at <6530:: !Itiich, I 15; 14 .14. 17 lill1I.'adrol'd

la- I trying! I for revenge on a M. ) '3 Sow ell was I the lop the w hole was game slightlybehind except
Augustine( loam that I heat the 1 bounder lor BUS
againstForest lor (one :short period late in the
'rornadiK's Mi Hill( in the
second "4. .,.... gelling( IB oil' the tarsi quarter. Then the Bob-
111'11 two !-iiino losing/ streak ) r. "lizards. Hodge followed with wilt look l'ol1lrollind hold the t r+ t':.
\Donnie &'well led ho '
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i U. \\aino Berry got seven Tornadoes under I lheul>elt lor nly;(
against\ Forest \\ilh 22 IssistS(10iiii. tho night the \'iclory..Most 4'afn '
points Irom fight: I hold goals ; : : ol the Tornadoes
and Six loul shots. :Milton O" BUS hit :5;\\1) percent ol the "l'lIl'inJ.t' Iho I Ill's! quattoruas
liiiker was nc\l in line with 14 ." i'oul' shuts, gelling U: ol 22 sparked l h\' the quick '
(Hiinlshilo Kha Hampton 11 1 1"01'l'.1IIS: Ix-low that hitting down court playing i of1111: onBaker. Ith t
Iollo\t td \\ ith 10 VViijno Berry 57 portent eight ol 14Next Ho SI'OI'l'lloUI'( latips .
lidded nine' points to Iho 1 BUS an y h
(iiitl one live loiter. in Iho lirstperiod. : ''t' ( 6 Y.
Score, : ,
week.
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II BHS cagcrs The short-lasgod 14-1.1 load
thought v\o looked good in travel lo :North Marion: High BUS had in the lust quarter| rt +
spots, hut we pla". I'd un aver Sl'hllolllll' the Big Sun Conference was drouned l l h\' a 15 hider I by
all good gone sacs I load TOUT'ILittnl'nt., |Rusty HriU'lu'lt! I Irom
Ulls ('Iliidltakl': SextonVe J. .
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(ills I \ Buihholwhich Iho Bob-
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really lookoil, good( tit tho last 1 1 r 71A'
the, ;. 4-1-9. Koss'2-0-4. Baker 5414. tats a J-I-Ilirl; >l period load. )
nl g.imo. .. Sew ell K-( -22.:!:! Hodge 2-0-4. In the socond quarter Buchhol 1 t fat
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tills eln'111,1 Hood in the
Aldridgo( t-o-4. Totals 2i-l.l-i5.:!( : ( :; / slipped I Iurlher nettle, ,x
iliumon: two h.iskots. one a I Iul' # ;
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I'tn-i-sl: lIill'.hnwl11111: ; \ outplaying/ I Ihe 1'arna hies 14-
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\ Cram 7-2-lti.; Williams 7-2-lli. .I 10(I lor a -2U-25! ; halllime load..
in loulor" l h\ I
lampion K, \\' llIllI1lS :$H.Ii) I llusth 1-0-2. The Bobcats jumped to a ::11.!;!
:si.il; tried scoring I I'UI11) hol h1"allI" \\'illis, 0-4-4, Totals 2.IK54Niblack: 2"; load with lour straight: '.
ended llulirsl 1x'rialwhin !
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straight I baskets h l \'
Domiie Sew ell ((22) goes up lo block this (Rata Forest shot
KeggieCieen(; Then Newell lilt(
,last 'I'uesdag night w hen tin- Tornados rolled 63.31( I or lln 5
lor lit is hut lli.il r
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with Iwo Fott'sl, loul \\ilck-ats. Grid Banquet L .. _
-hols hBI:l \\ ilhssiwell _
then stored a th.inU Wrestlers
Move To 5-4
ohiil lolloucil btun more Jim :Nibl.uk. lurmer'heud trimmings will bo I the menu irrlt.
li'oin Kakor tolio'theg.uno( IH- toiich at iamesMllv High,, lor tho' dinner.
III with I Loo: loll in the hrsl 1 Bradlord I High( w rest, hers are !loss I'ooser.h.i, pin loss; 170' lass Scott! School and n recent member
hall. (Green hit 1\1010111 shots ,la il1lpn'tly\ el en :so lar with \\a\ne : bi put: 11111 class ol' the coaching stall ol the The Bradlord High: Tornadoes -
loss l bv
lor Forosl to regain Iho \\ ilcliiil .1\ ;5-4 "roiord alter losing/ one unlimited Scull pm ; deluml Jacksonville Sharks, 1974! Football loam made
class
lead l1Ialdli22:( to (iamosiilleHigh I Toninix. ol thoorld Football) League the plaiolls lor the lirsl time
'I'hen llamplon hit a \111liMiler \ then winning opl'1I\.21i; \ ":dilrdsill Listed hdllIIw I hi' deiision w ill be I be I lea lured speaker al :since HHili! and wound up the High senior Donnie !'it."t'li signs f.Millmll silMil.nsliin 10 <.iniiui.i 'l let'li in liinii'i, )

tolUmod l hIwo' loul 01 or Huehholthihled informal. .l ion lor same the the Bradford' High Football soason with ten wins and two his tKircnlH.
-hols l h\ Sew ell lo lake., ti luoIHIIII Banquet 'lliursdax night at 7 losses. A :senior Idled squad
Gainesville match
:!22-2(1: ( Il'illlllh less' than .lie Iho weight : nil classSullivan at Iho :National: I Guard Armory will be honored al the banquet

hall .1 miiuile loll I in the hall lassos: and I the BUS wi ostlers -Crews: loss\\ I in bv bpin' pin: :I H5ilassMeng. I toll; class- on K: :shellsilliains. then ,scoredon tumor v team hich .
alldI hat thug did in I the : bi arsit.i w won
win d lecision. 122
lag lo tie the and. : : : The BaiKiiet is sponsored: ( ,, aiid lost
a up game( Mutliholmatih; nil l class lass Kulditk. loss hi' | six. games one game
end the Mining lor Finest in Jerri' Sullivan win hi deci- class\ pin:' each gear l hIhl' Bradford ,l b,> two precious points.
12" Home
Hie hrst, kill,. Maker I ol limed stun;: IIIK ,lass, Frankie decisionI.r: : ; class Biggs( win Buhlor.by Ihgh All-Sports Club. Tliej I'icsidcnl' Joe Hull ol the ;
I Ilia) haskel \\ II h Iwo haul t "hol Crows ties;, I 115; lass Tornim loss bi' deiision141 I I ilassDaile.i also sponsor a spring sports Hi'ad\lord High All-Sports Club I
then tat tip to luiish the ha'I' : hi l>ailHu'dll'k. banquet to honor I the other STARKE PHONE 9646200RENTAL !
Menu: win pin: UJ I loss by tlecision, I4H will serio as :Master of Ceremonies .
with Hills |hull I Jli22I'oiosl !. spoils at Bnidlord HighTickets ,
in : : loss. hi : iJiiilassF.rlo : lor the
pin Kiss Laical win btll'l'biol1 big( event
fame hock, uithallasliv : Biggs.( wit he put: 1.15: ; > Ki'serialions mabo taken WHAT.iiIIOU O HOSPH ML BEDS. WALKERS. WHEELCHAIRS
l5Kl.iss; BI IS, loss I lor the gala. cleat : JusrGJ LLt\wSityNC4 A
lust I hn'hil'ls, class Craig( Ruhleru win I b\ hi I loileit.: 170 lass Crugor. will bo $1 Lai for .ill dub bAda! Reddish I at I the I 7D AIIANCI!' lie CRUTCHES
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Iwo i iiv ..1udIlaeshnuun lo > pin ; members and 82 00) lor e\er.s-r WAR{ KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
\, win l bloileil. I4H 7AKEQU7A
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lust t half roily |by Hawthorne the Tigers travel to Cross City SOltiilY() : < AKTKKS: IX' 10 12 8 15-45 the leading scorer spot cacti Brooks lollowed w ith 12 points Brooks (1012. Griffin 0-0-0. Brooks 4-0-8. White :f-r-7.
( handed [Luko Butler u lor the Suwannee ConferenceTournament. Union 16 13 17 15--63 getting 14 points Walter und While hit for eight points Albl'illon:j-0-6. Totals 231056.: ( Pl'1'1'118211.( ( (inllin :!-II.... j
70-6:1() ; loss, but (he Tigers made _. .. Maxwell and White shared in the 50-54( !Macclenny win (takers" : Carter 8-2-18. Corbm Totals 23-17-IU.: :
up lor il with u ;;15.1'cll.e; : over Joe Maxwell was the lead .....L. Saturday night.Albritton 4-0-8. Ford 7-0-14.) Kenny (1-0-0. ,
Jo Macclenny Saturday night scorer in the Lake City game ( J scored six important Spa lcher 1-O-2.) Jackson 1-0-2. Hawthorne! Henderson 4210. : -
mid a 6:1-4.1: \\in over Luke t". with 1(1( points followed closely points in the second Page!: 3010.: Totals 21254.(; /( Manning 7014.. :\11111111.."-
Tuesday! night.! by jerry White with 14 and ; half but besides that he. Haw(home, trailing ::1:1.24at: :20. Slarke 8+:Z7. 1Ilw".I-I', l I
Now-; the Tigers stand ith 11 Boise Perry with II. p I nabbed a rebound\ in the last haII time made key adjustments ::1:t. Jenkins :2-0-4.. Johnson. It-:2.2.:
1).6) record so lar this season 1\.Iax\\l'lIalso led the Tigersin n .seconds of Die game that kept in its defense score; a 'Totals :30-10-70./(
with lour more regular!: season rebounding with It. White Macclenny Irom lying them foino-lrom-behind in.6:11: in
games scheduled joe the rest nabbed( nine rebounds lor the I Alter that Maxwell\ ; :' got two over the Tigers in llawihorne; SOIMHV: ( l'\Jtnlts;
of the }'vut. night. !Crawford''! foul shots to put the game Friday night.! l'(' I U:! :21!I 10\ IK till:
NeII
Next-; Thursday Saturday The Tigers jumped to a Hi-10 by away. The" Hornets pla>ed with a III! 12 12 :22!:! IT; <1i:1;:t
first quarter lead then moved Bradford Bassmasters Union fell behind 14-8 at the well balanced scoring system
further ahead in the second would like to extend their end ol the I lirst quarter to outscore placing lour cugers in doubleI
BBS Nine quarter \fur a 31-22 hulltime appreciation and thanks to Ihe Wildcats 14-12. Thenin I igurcs. Friday night the* Tig"-rx I
lead. In the third quarter Lake Carl Johns at Starke Builders the lourlh quarter out- The Tigers had two playersin travel to \\illislini thru '
Butler totally dominated the Supply for giving the live scored them 15-12 for the (Iwo double I figures. Perry' led Saturday night) play lUiwIhorne
Starts Action game getting 17 points .. dollar gift certificate to the point edge ul the end ol the the Tigers u ith 2o points Idle again this tune mi
compared to LC's eight points. .i 7f' Bassmaster that lands the game \Ji\\U'll! hit lor /10( {pnmls.. home ground Junior. V.II-MI.V I
Then in (the last quarter both most pounds of bass during Mi: Maxwell4-6-14.Perry 5- ('111(11)! !Maxwell I 4-2-10. !game start at IV;111 ;salvarsity
Next Month learns evened to 15 points each each monthly tournament, 4-14..White -1-0-8. Hanks 102. Rinks 4-HI.!) Stoutamire ((1-5-5.; at 8 p.m.

Hi players are still out for' and the game ended <3-45.<;: v Our February tournament .... ...-.- ---.... _.- _.- - - - - -
will be held Feb. 22 at Dunns
Ixisebull at lirudlord High "From the start of the gamewe
alter three weeks of practice controlled the ball which "" Creek. You can fish St. Johns
according to IIl'll\\ Baseball was helped by 1.Iaxl'll's eight J River or Crescent Lake.
Coach Hurry ll.dfher. points in the I first quarter.*' The Tournament will beginat NOTICE
"We won't be ublc(10 make a'' says Head Coach Jimmy 7 a.m. and end at 6:30.: () !
Thomas. The club voted in three new''members
cut( until the junior varsity thought we did an
basketball players lire out and outstanding job offensively, at the January
possibly some Irom the. hitting 50 per cent of our floor meeting. Charles Durkee
,Tommy O'Brien and Jeff i
varsity says 'jl.itther.Braill shots
'ord's lust 'game is Defensively did a good Keen are now members of the Homestead RestaurantKeystone
February when the Bassmasters. You old timers
team job making them shoot from
\\illlakl: part m the Palatka the outside and they weren't better look out. These.men are
In\(lationill. Koch: team isguaranteed hitting a.'ery good percentage to this shot but hits'the avid fishermen. Heights
Randy Crews moves up quick get As I have stated before we
to all three It
pKiy was good win becauseit
net during the match against Gainesville last Monday have six tournaments left in
da>'s. The TornatliWs' l first vie was a 4A school" commented
is with K-alj( Forest starting!, Thomas. the 1974-75 season. I would like Now
'at 2:10:: l Thursday Union to see all members fish the
: Maxwell 8-0-Hi,
HI IS has eight lettermen' I Perry 3-5-11. White (i-2-14, BHS Tennis Team ,next six. As you know, you .
must finish in the top six in UNDER THE MANAGEMENTOF
this ,
returning year They are Banks 2-1-5. Brooks 1-0-2 order to fish the classic.I .
Jelf Jockel.
Jackson
Prevail Grill s 1-0-2. Albritton 0-1-1.

Jimmy Heddish. Matt Prl''I1'omn1(Hull.(/ Tommy\' Totals Stoutamire 25-13-6:1 3-4-10.: : While 102. Loses First MatchBradford ,club understand is being formed a new in Jack-bass BILL GLOVER
sonville. It brought to
Wise; Johnny Nichols;; and Luke lit Caldwell was my
: 9-0-18
David Kilby ;All eight Marled I'oppock 1-0-2.> Thompson 2-1- High Tennis losing 7-0 and the girls 43. like attention to challenge that this us club to a would bass (Formerly with Holiday Inn of Starke)
most t ol the season last 3,Johnson "Gainesville has out-
an
year o-o-O. Sheppard 5-0- players got off to a bad start duel. I'm that the Bass-
and svxen of tlu>n> \\cre lull 10. Kossin 5010. Totals 22-1- against Gainesville High standing boys team and they masters will sure oblige them., Now9penMon.Thru
I lime starters 45. School last Monday, the boys44x24 should do well in the district, I got a report from the
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the
Fish
Den
Camp on
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Howard Sat 11 A.M. 9 P.M.
} ""we were JUSt out- St. Johns River that the big -

'. : matched.Talking about the girls. .bass are hungry the and several : Sun.llA.M.4P.M.LUNCHEON .
brought to over
iJ! were camp
"For our first match I was the weekend.Our 'j

OagQQ4aac( ( ](aa ]a 0 LIr : pleased formance appointing with, but that everyone's"it we was did,per dis-not attend be next February this regular meeting 18.:meetingwill Plan as we to BUFFET DAILY


come BHS out won ahead.two of five Indivi- have some Important. businessto .
Doublewide dual matches against GHS. discuss.. ((2 Entrees, 3 Vegetables Assorted .Salads))

The winners for BUS were Good Fishing
Debbie Mitchell 3-6),, 7-5, Hand Crawford
J 974 3 Bedroom. '1 /2 Bath. Lynn Pierce, 86. Neil
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Losses in the girls in-
All Tile Except Living Room dividuals were Jennifer I IIl
Jockel, 6-3. 1-6, 1-6; Ruth
Hazen 5-8 and Pam Tucker 2-
See Thi pie Today$95Q.O 8.
Pierce and Hazen combinedand
won a dual match 86. .
Jockel and Mitchell lost their
doubles match 7-9. ?.

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because this will bea ,
conference match," says
Coach Howard.
4 The boys lost ,all their
Mustang matches, individual and
doubles* Larry White 8-2,
Mike McRae 8-2, Randy
Crews 8-2, Andy Crews 8-2,
John Samons 8-1, White and .
Randy Crews, 8-2, Ricky
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I' .............",.................. Joint }Mining Ordinance Proposed By Zoning Board ............................

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STARKE A joint meetingof "We've run into countless the fact that test drillings for night, so all zoning members believe phosphate mining in Johns said he eels it could be Commenting on the -Approved. the reclassification -
Alachua. Bradford and problems with our mining phosphate are being made in could be present to discussthe Bradford County to be a long six to eight years away. proposed mining ,ordinance request of Christine
Union County land use authorities ordinance" Gaines told the Alachua County now. Johns proposed mining ordin- range proposition as Kerr- Officials of Kerr-McGee an Zoning Board Chairman John Hughes from RiC. a residenttial
will be asked by the ZB Tuesday night. The zoning suggested a joint meeting with ance. McGee officials indicated Jan. Oklahoma City based firm, 'Torode stated: classification to OH (open
Bradford Zoning Board to board's proposed ordinancehas the county commission. Gaines said he doesn't ...6 to the County Commission. revealed at the Jan. 6.com- "I don't think any of us want SK-223 rural) for a parcel of land on
draw up a common mining been turned down by the mission meeting the com- 'ahem out. We just don't want east of Lawtcy.
""I ordinance for the three County Commission until pany's long range mining them to tear up the land."The Closed its case against
counties. additional study can be made.A Administrator Qualifications' plans for Bradford and Union land can be reclaimed Torode Pan Dodd, a Paradise liake
Bradford Zoning Director L. mining firm Kerr-McGee, counties. Although the stated citing the reclamation resident after Director
M. Gaines was asked Tuesday was given a copy of the ordinance company has mining rights to efforts of the DuPont company : Gaines reported Dodd had
night by the Zoning Board to to make suggestions, Sought By Hospital Trustees 3,000 acres of land and owns with its ifmenite mining cleaned up his property to the
request a joint meeting with Gaines said.A 5,000 acres more in Bradford operations in Camp Blanding. satisfaction of both Gaines I
the two other counties. Friday Jan. ;31. 2:30: p.m. County, officials said Kerr- In recent years DuPont has and Dodd's neighbors ;
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meeting is set in the county STARKE Progress on finding to the board and also assume hospital has outstanding bills McGee s present plans do not begun peeling off the top soil .of.
commission meeting room in a new Bradford County responsibility for appointmentof amounting to $63,000 with a calf for a mining operation to and replacing it after miningan No HUNTING SIGNS For
the courthouse for another Hospital administrator con- board members rather than checking account balance of begin here for the next 20. area. In other action, the ,sale and rent signs! The Of He.
workshop on the mining 'ordinance tinued as the hospital board letting that duty rest with the $25,000. Billings have stackedup years zoning board: Shop
,pn Gaines said. Representatives decided to accept informationfrom governor. In the past few months and ,
from Manatee the Florida Hospital However, no action by the accounts receivable are .
as County which has a new Association of Orlando con- county is possible before estimated at $500,000 Bryan I "
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mining ordinance and just cerning prospects for the job. March and the board felt that said. .' .-'''"...' 'J"
issued its first permit will be No detailed outline of job gathering information and The accountant for the I &1suttOut' \d" .t.-
Transparent present t to advise the Bradford qualifications were outlinedbut holding interviews should proceed hospital said complete financial r
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Plastic zoning board. The zoning the board did discuss some as quickly as possible. analysis would soon be c a1\1l \
'' STORM board will pay expenses for necessary experience and Board Member Bill Dodd available but no figures were tglatk \ 1 Me all
the appearance of the Mana- training. A college degree will asked about the financial released by the board Tues eyeople 1tO : \'Iet''to
,. WINDOW tee pair. likely be expected and experi- situation at the hospital after 'day night.in "a" '
"Some persons feel the ence in administration will be the news of collection other action, the board .\ \ \.to\@i'1\e&5- .
KIT proposed ordinance might needed. problems because of trouble postponed purchase of a lab \Il Pa inb ',., .
x /l I* f... 01 I prohibit Kerr-McGee from The board discussed the fact with the accounting machine. machine pending further &u1>\>otat 1\ E. .
| Pl.nl U...t Fikra MwtWM N.ill It coming into the county," that administrators coming Acting administrator Gloria study and purchased a slide rte; TSl'b&1e 0" .. ell
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Gaines said."Baloney" from college with hospital ad- King reported money was \\e tlveallace + ".
stated Board ministration degrees usually beginning to come in since $40. N .....I "'," nil Mta.Mm. (
STARKE BUILDERS Mrs. King suggested that \ .. e.. ..\1e
Member Jerome Johns upon start in a salary range of proper billings had begun to \ .
hearing that. Gaines said he $14.000 and up. go out from the financial of- the board consider purchasing .M Gett'i..... 9oveBwenme
SUPPLIES, Inc, agreed with Johns. The board discussed the a maintenance contract to do .c" '. ; 1 G ,ts. "- .
219 E. The county needs to move actions of the Bradford fice.Ralph Bryan told the county work on the heart monitoring ? eIl'i..\\.\s '((\haty'L'a ., '
Washington' commissioners at a special machine which is directly I o'lte.1G \,\ f 0'
in a Commission
quickly adopting mining County in
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-TONIGHT (Jan..30)) . .!,. . .r, .. . 7:3OP:; Chances are he's doing what a lot of other. I little boys and girls* ,are example,,the electric current can be carried all the" way to the ground. I
doing. Riding his bike. Fishing in a canal. climbing a tree. This it's also
THURSDAY NIGHT IS TV. 12 FAMILY NIGHT +. Ma means possible to get a shock from simply. touching the H
Now we're sure you've warned him about the obvious dangers of trunk of the tree. I

FRIDAY (JAN. 31)) . . :.. 4:15PM&8t9PM: : ,outdoor play.Like traffic in the streets.falling into a canalor out of a tree. Naturally we're doing all we can to keep your trees clear of our lines.' 'j
-SATURDAY (FEB. I 1)) . .. _. . 11ODAM.3OOPM88OOPM: : But have you also warned him of the obvious danger of climbing trees. But we also know little boys being little boys love to climb them., ,

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ALL SIATI >IVIO-TAX INCLUOIO '. It seems that some people are unaware that trees near power lines' r of; the dangers,so that if he should climb a tree without your knowing

$4.00-$5.00-S6.00 r.HI.. MAT, IAV."4l.IS...PM.ON MT.MONN..N II 11e/AM can be accidentally: charged with electricity. AH it takes.is for a branch ..you can take comfort knowing he looked before he climbed.
TICKETS NOW to come in contact with a hot power line. ,; ;This safety has been .
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USDA GRADE 'A' QUICK FROZEN

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ELIZABETH GIVENS WALKER


The SCHOOL second semester NEWS has [
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CHURCH NEWS I 10 IBS.

Ebrnezer Baptist. Church
Rev. Leroy Davis pastor Services & UP
begin Thursday night
with Prayer Meeting and
Bible Class combined at 7:30.: f' rhWt
Church School, 9:45: Morning
Service at 11. Evening Service BEEF
7:30.Greater: .
Allen Chapel AME REDI-BASTED $
Church, Rev. R. G. Hcastie Foollstamp PLEDOI '0 FIGHT
pastor.. Tuesday night Prayer 10 IBS. I $ umet at INflATION AND CONSIRVI ENERGY
Meeting and Class Meeting. D xie
Love Feast Friday night UP hts Winn
before the first t Sunday. 58 Reserve L LB.

Sunday with Church services School will at 10 begin a.m. LB. W.!INN.DIXIE COPYRIGHT! -.fJNC.: PRICES GOOD THURS., JAN. 30 THRU-. WED., FEB. 5
Communion will be given at .
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service at 5:30.: Plans arc
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which Women's Feb please 9.will All cooperate members terminate Day celebration are with Sunday.askedto this GROUND BEEF: STRIP STEAK CHNifsi" K

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Greater Bethlehem Freewill SAVE
Baptist Church Rev WITH PURCHASE $479

Jasper Monday night Williams Tiny Tots pastor.and OF A 31e
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Tuesday Choir lehcarsal No.night.Wednesday 3 will Senior rehearse.Choir night 10-LB. PKG. 59* SAVE 21c U.SCMOICE., SAVE 20c 98

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Weekly Kcv. Leroy services Davis will pastor.begin 31< L -" 40 I
vMth'Church School teachers SMOKED
meeting at 3 pm. Saturday 88c .< 68 IB. $119LB I
Prayer' Meeting and Bible ..
Class. 4pm. Choir rehearsal. 8 O I
1\conclude!p.m. Saturday.with Sunday Services! School will I LB. ua CEIOKt LL' u.s cnolct LB. JSUNNYIAND

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:New; Hope Baptist Church.
I Hev? L. W. Mosley pastor.
I Services begin with Church THIN'
FRESH SHOULDER BLADE BOSTON BUTT SAVE 34t: THRIFTY MAID CRANBERRY DOUGLAS WHOLE

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Flick. son of Mr. und Mrs 38CSAVE 20
I WI'\l'r'' .1. Fuck of 916 W. 3 Oil SAVE MONTICATSUP lIe 99ij:
IHtutlor Road Starkc. was promoted -
to his present rank 17-oz. POUND
\\hlle ,'serving with Patrol CANS 46-oi. ,? I art VENT-VU
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station' .1\1I'lfetl Field CiilifAviation ., Limit with $T.SO or men purchase xclutllng cigar.tt.t. Tlf. OMATOESI
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high School. Starke.' Frick
loiiutl the N.iin October SAVE SAVE 99

117t! 23C $ BAY3a.. 17 $ 70c.

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3M tap and lap dispensers1 /* 3
1 Columar' Pads Index cards SPINACH ib-G.. LB.
I and many more horn, office
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CRACKIN'GOOD FRESH FLORIDA TYSON
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GOOD TOASTERPastries WESTERN DANJOU .t MEXICAN 12'0..0' ENCHILADA

$50,000 American worth per Saddle of order handmade Co. over ol . .,,.2 PROs.. $100 Pears .. : '3''$1 Dinners 2 :ZsPATIO : $1 MORTON Macaroni FAMILY SIZE CASSEROLE. CHEESE. ft. %o'' 79C

saddles and tack of all SAVE lie DIXIE DARLING FAMILY PRESH YELLOW((3: IB. PKO. 33c ,SHOCSTRINO FROZEN
SPECKLED
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kinds!!! including 100 saddles.approximately All- Brea' : .. '. 3,2000.,- ,.. ,$100! Onions .' .' 5 A. 49C .Potatoes .. ., 3 UW". $lw Butter Beans Ii.'110..:. .69C

have SAVI 35c DIXIE DARLING BROWN ft SERVE TWIN OR ASTOR TASTE 0' SEA
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I>lankets, race equipment EXTRA : EXTRA : EXTRA : EXTRA : EXTRA :
plus hundreds of other:tack ,: I I ax<<_CREW. STAMPS I I .dTf CRHN..STAMPS.. : I I '+f GREEN STAMPS =1 I I 4 .GREEN STAMPS : I I dy f...... STAMPS. :
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to the.highest bidders. .Can Lln.r. t Splc *V Span Peanut Butter':1 I Instant Coff.. : ." M.ats I :
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'Craig_ Guard Field National_-_. OUIINM .. SWtTTPMMIUMC I LILEARSCernenthCob TASTE Of SEA, / MRS'SMITH'S: BOSTON***** r .
'0V 9V.Johns Armory Bluff MOAvJachsonvllw ..t, Oinnvrs .nn.a| Naei. PrUd Clams Lemon Pl., :
,Florida' oooo THRU....* c >OOOO THRU FEB. 3 OOOO THRU eel S GOOO THRU f... S I GOOD THRU FSB. SNe. ..eft'' '
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I| .............*................. Joint Mining Ordinance Proposed, By Zoning Board .........................,..

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STARKE A joint meetingof "We've run into countless the fact that test drillings for night, so all zoning members believe phosphate mining in Johns said he feels it could be Commenting on the -Approved,, the reclassification -
Alachua, Bradford, and problems with our mining' phosphate are being made in could be present, to discussthe Bradford County to be a long six to eight years away. proposed mining ordinance, request of' Christine.
Union County land use autho- ordinance," Gaines told the Alachua County now. Johns proposed mining ordin range proposition as Kerr. Officials of Kerr-McGee, an Zoning Board Chairman John Hughes from R1C, a residens
rities will be asked by the ZB Tuesday night. The zoning suggested a joint meeting with ance. McGee officials indicated Jan. Oklahoma City based firm, Torode stated: tial classification, to OK (open
Bradford Zoning Board to board's proposed ordinancehas the county commission. Gaines said he doesn't .6 to the County Commission. revealed at the Jan. 6 .commission "I don't think any of us want SH-225 rural) for a parcel of land on
draw up a common mining been turned down by the meeting the com- '''them out. We just don't want east of Lawtey.
ordinance for the three County Commission until pany's long range mining them to tear up the land." The Closed its case against
counties. additional study can be made.A Administrator Qualifications' plans for: pradfora and Unioncounties. land can be reclaimed, Torode Dan Dodd, a Paradise Lake
Bradford Zoning Director L. mining firm, Kerr-McGee Although the stated, citing the reclamation resident, after ? Director
M. Gaines was asked Tuesday was given a copy of the or- company has mining rights to efforts of the DuPont com: Gaines reported Dodd had
night by the Zoning Board to dinance to make suggestions, Sought By Hospital Trusteesto 3,000 acres of land and owns pany with its ilmenite mining cleaned up his property to the ,
request a joint meeting with Gaines said. 5,000 acres more in Bradford operations in Camp Blandmg. satisfaction of both Gaines
the two other counties. A Friday, Jan. ;11, 2:30: p.m. County, officials said Kerr- In recent years DuPont has and Dodd's.....neighbors.MO ... ,: '
in the STARKE find- the board and also assume hospital has outstanding bills do off
meeting is set county -Progress on 'McGee's present plans not begun peeling the top soil
commission meeting room in ing a new Bradford County responsibility for appointmentof amounting to $63,000 with a call for a mining operation to and replacing it after miningan HUNTING SIGNS For
the courthouse for another Hospital administrator con- board members rather than checking account balance of begin here for the next 20 area. In other action, the I sale and rent signs.' The Office
workshop on the mining ordinance tinued as the hospital board letting that duty rest with. the $25,000. Billings have stacked, years. zoning board: Shop.L .
Gaines said. Repre- decided to accept informationfrom governor. up in the past few months and
sentatives from Manatee the Florida Hospital However, no action by the accounts receivable are ,
E County, which has a new Association of Orlando con- county is possible before ,estimated! at $500,000, Bryan /".I,"!
agc mining ordinance and just cerning prospects for the job. March and the board felt that said.The .' .....
issued its first permit, will be No detailed outline of job gathering Information and accountant for the n8prourd'
Transparent present to advise the Bradford qualifications were outlinedbut holding Interviews should pro- hospital said complete financial ,
andgatr ttk
Plastic zoning board. The zoning the board did discuss some ceed as quickly as possible. analysis would soon be .. e \
STORM board will pay expenses for necessary experience and Board Member Bill Dodd available but no figures were 'c.O t. .d'e a\\
OU.
the appearance of the Mana- training. A college degree will asked about the financial released by the board Tues- o..t'< e ,.Qjen
WINDOW tee pair. likely be expected and experi- situation at the hospital after day night.In ." rankeye'"a
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"Some persons feel the ence in administration will be the news of collection other action, the board .\ {
KIT proposed ordinance might needed. problems because of trouble postponed purchase of a lab d patio'a" ssoess' ", "
7e2" I/ /.., U prohibit Kerr-McGee from The board discussed the fact with the accounting machine. machine pending further ,,",,,.L"an"..0 '
| Plxtic rM..b.. M..It.q N.il I coming into the county," that administrators coming Acting administrator Gloria study and purchased a slide Fot,e ca\have "{ OR ...
.5ADT TO TACK OX I with ad- King reported that was projector used in training for : S \
Gaines said."Baloney from college hospital money the tN 1 E."i.. .h m i'" ."
!" stated Board ministration degrees usually beginning to come in since $40.Mrs. -t "
STARKE BUILDERS billings had to King suggested that \ we
Member Jerome Johns upon start in a salary range of proper begun .
hearing that. Gaines said he $14,000 and up. go out from the financial of the board consider purchasing 'Mhltg G.\\O.'I t1\e.
SUPPLIES, Inca agreed with Johns. The board discussed the 'a maintenance contract to do '., a G Gy ", ',.."enOo '
219 E. I II The county needs to move actions of the Bradford fice.Ralph Bryan told the county work on the heart monitoring ....e \\ '" ty od'e' (
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WashIngton quickly in adopting a mining County Commission in commissioners at a special machine which is directly .. I"...b utt\ 9t\u, v.--nOt\.\ f 0
ordinance, said Gaines, citing seeking to add two members meeting Jan. 24, that the ,linked to University Hospital. ,. W ek;....a "{be'" Q5 CPS \Ges
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TONIGHT (Jon.30)) .TTTTTT. .. ,. . 7:3OPM: Chances are he's doing what a lot of other. little boys and girls* l .are'example.the. 'electric current can be carried all the: way to the ground. I
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Now.we're sure you've warned him about the obvious'.dangers of trunk ofthe tree. ._ ,

FRIDAY (JAN. 31)) 4-ispM SB1SPM ,outdoor play. Like traffic in the streetsfalling into a canal.or out of a tree. Naturally we're doing all we can to keep your trees clear of our lines I

SATURDAYFEB.1)( !)! ; 11OOAM,3o0PM1i8OOPM= < : But have you also warned him.of the obvious danger of climbing. trees But we also know little boys, being little boys, love to climb them, I
SUNDAY (FEB 2)) .: ;;. :. .:; ; 1-OOPM AS-OO'PM: near power lines? What we're concerned about is that'you!and your child are aware 111.

ALL SEATS RESERVED-TAX INCLUD.D It seems that some people are unaware that trees near power lines' of the dangers,so that if he should climb a-tree without your knowing,
$4.00$5.00.. S6.00 PRI.MATa/fAVIII.MOMKIOtUMOIII.11SPM.AT.MORN.IIMAM II can be accidentally charged with electricity. All it takes is for a.branch)J you can take comfort knowing he looked before he climbed.to .

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CommunityNews "

USDA GRADE 'A' QUICK FROZEN

ca W-D ,BRAND BROAD. BREASTEDTURKEYS SAVE Wj ry

ELIZABETH GIVENS WALKER


The SCHOOL second semester NEWS has P ilw tl$7" "LR. [

started for this school term in Li.i
Vo-Tech school, and all Interested
students, adults, and
young students are invited to
take advantage of the opportunity .
and register in the
various classes offered. For i IC .
information call 9646150.CHURCH .

NEWS 10 IBS 11)-I) '

Ebrnezer Baptist Church )
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Rev, Leroy begin Davis Thursday pastor.night Services & UP :

with Prayer Meeting and
Bible Class combined at 7:30.:
Church School, 9:45: Morning
Service at II. Evening Service eEEF PEO4 '
7:30: "w
Greater Allen Chapel AME REDI-BASTED EooTlstemps
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Church, Rev K. G Heaslie WI PUDGI TO fiGHT
pastor Tuesday night Prayer 10 us.A def et INFLATION AND CONSERVE ENERGY
Meeting and Class Meeting. Wlgn-Dixie
Love Feast Friday night UP
before the first Sunday. 58' L LB.
Sunday services will
begin
with Church School at 10 a.m. LII. .: PRICES GOOD THURS., JAN. 30 THRU WED., FEB. 5
Communion will be given at ,
the morning and evening .
service at 5:30: Plans
are USDA INSP. W-D BRAND PURE (NO ADDITIVES) BEEF W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEP
being made for the annual

which Women's Feb.please 9.will All cooperate members terminate Day celebration arc with Sunday askedto this, GROUND BEEF STiipDASi NK CHUCK STEAK


activity for success.
Greater Bethlehem Free SAVE
will' Baptist Church. Rev, WITH PURCHASE 79

Jasper!Monday night Williams Tiny Tots pastor.and OF A -." $ 31e LB.WD .
Choir No. 3 will rehearse. 1O-LB. PKG. 59 SAVE SAVE 98
Tuesday night. Senior Choir
U.S CHlBt!
rehearsal. Wednesday night 21e 20c

night Prayer Ladies Meeting.Circle Thursday meeting LB. L.. LB. IB. LB.

Friday night Prayer Band.,
Church School teachers
BRAND USDA CHOICE DEEP W-D BRAND WHOLE SHOULDER PORK W-D BRAND USDA,CHOICE BEEF
meeting Saturday 6 p.m.

Church Sunday is School Pastoral at Day 9:30: with and CHUCK ROAST PICNICS SHLDR. '

!Morning. Worship' at 11, ST. ;
Dinner will be served at 12:30.: .
Evening service, 0:30.:
New Kethrl.Baptist Church SAVE SAVE .

Weekly Kcv.-. Leroy services Davis will pastor.begin 31' .: --. w" 4O $ 19 1
with Church School teachers SMOKED .
meeting at 3 p.m. Saturday LB. 8 8i 68 __ Lt.u.
i Prayer Meeting and Bible oJJJd I
l'luls,4 p.m. Choir rehearsal s.choice) 8 J JSUNNYLAND
Ii conclude p.m.; Saturday.ith Sunday Services School will LB. u. s cEloict LB' LB.

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Nt-w llope Baptist Church,
JKov.. L, W Mosley pastor
Services begin with Church THIN
FRESH SHOULDER BLADE BOSTON BUTT SAVE J4c THRIFTY MAID CRANBERRY DOUGLAS. WHOLE

{jWorship School at 10 Afternoon a.m. Morning services Pork Steak . 99C Sliced Bacon .. .. .12'D''KG. 99C Sauce . .. 4 Sss $1 1 Chicken . CAN99c.
| ,4 p.m.Services are held WO BRAND SLICED $
'iich" lirst ,Sunday in theumthJ SAVE I0c W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE: BEEF r j' HOUSE HANDY PANTS DIS'OSAILE.

:1It -Visgah'AME.' i Church S ortribs., .. ",, Ls. 79C Bologna! . ,. :', =; PKG.69". Coffee ,' IS: $100 Diapers .. ,4:;:;;}9? p

flk'v rfa, *IU *' -..* SE ** ,,.,'THRIFTY MAID ** 'p...HIM n... w. -'...-...... -., iTJt-g8Qi5 tl.UTiR, Wl *ffu: -&:;,-' :: <'il'''''.i ))1 I
at'\!begin 10 a.m.with Communion..ChurehSchool -<....StewMeat rt.: : 1e. i II,$1 l-, -Fish Fillets79C' ; : chili &.- Beans.315! ,v;'' *1 E Cake-Mixes' : '. :MOO PKG.59C' M''
W-D BRANDWRARED USDA CHOICE' SUP
Sc'I'\kt!.; 11"a.m. and 3 p.m.. sw"PREMIUM FULLY COOKED (CUT a FREE) 91101'--} MONOGRAM LONG GRAIN! THRIFTY MAID BARTLETT

I Kx.cryone'welcome.NEWS! Ham Patties '. 21 CAN o.' $1.59 Bottom Round .;. M29 Rice . . 3 A, 78' Pears . 2 29 CANS" $100 1

TASTY Hid\ SIZE) CIIACKIN'GOOD SOUTHERN BISCUIT SAVE He LUX LIQUID

ABOUT, Veal Patties' .. LB.99c Biscuits . 2 CANS 39C Flour . 5 P a, 68C Detergent . 2T: 68C i


SERVICE' MEN DEL MONTI FRUIT E DEL MONTE PINEAPPLE U.S. No. 1 REGULAR
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Hitk\).Fi-lck
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'Jan. 211.. Navy.; Aviation SAVE
IMaiiitotuuice: Adn inist rat ion- -
I man Second: Class HickIt.. 47e $ $ .
iKrick.I son of Mr. and Mrs. BAV/14. 38 20
Waler J.I Frick of \/1B W. Oil MONTECATSUP 2 9 9
Htuller Hoa I moled to his present rank 17-o. 46oz.CANS. .1r POUND
while ,semnu with Patrol CANS 14BUI.-.. ; vINE Rlrl VENT.VU
Scluulh'on18 at the Naval Air
| Slat ion..,Melnelt I Field Cuhf. Limit 3 with $7.5O or moro pvrchemo) excluding clg.r. t. I OMATOESI BAG
(\\iution maintenance adI -
I miniNiralioninen t perform administrative DEL MONTE EARLY GARDEN PEAS OR DEL MONT CUT, < Z PAN-RIDI
I and clerical 39 C
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ol uircrall. !.'maintenanceprograms. CORN GREEN BEANS Y SHRIMP -

A l(70( graduate of Bradford
High School Starke Frick
juil1l'd! the Navy in October SAVE SAVE SAVE

15171. 23C $ 17c $ 70c. $ 99
SAVE 94.
I GARBAGE CANS Staplers 3 I OIL MONTESPINACH 3
13M tape and tap dispensers
I Columar' Pads, Index cards 17-01. 16oz. LB.
I and many more home, office
and Office,school Shop. supplies The I CANS 4 CANS $, CANS PKG.


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SADDLE & JACKAUCTION THRIFTY MAID POWDERED FRESHBrea 'I' TYSON CHIC KIN, BEEP OR.TURKEY COLONIAL BANANA rKAHNE, GERMAN CHOCOLATE DEVIL'S

Milk I ., . -. zo.QT:SIU', $399, Apples I . .' 5 &' 69C Pot Pie . 4 .flU.... $100 Coconut racoon. Cake 'CAKE, $119


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rlic Bread LGAP 89C
:Wc have Ik-eji asked to li- '
CRACKIN OOOO TOASTER WESTERN DANJOU PATIO MEXICAN 12 ENCHILADA
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luidale' per order. oi 13-.., $ MORTON FAMILY SIZE CASSEROLE CHECSE ft
$30.000 American worth Saddle of handl11udl'laddll's Co. over Pastries . 2 Ss $1 .Pears '. .' .3 LIS $1 Dinners . 2 'KG5aearonl . .o: :' 79C
17c DIXIE DARLING FAMILY FRESH YELLOW(3-lB. PKO. S3cl ,SHOESTRING FROZENPotatoes -

!kinds including and 100 !saddles.tack approximately of All all SAVE >.... '. . 3l0AVBB'$1: Onions' .' 5 ,1t0 LI, 49C .. .0. 3 USS. $1 1 OIXIANA Butter POLY SAG. Beans BUTTERED 'IASIA.Y. LIMAS.o SPECKLED: ''69C

'SAVE 35c BLOWN A SERVE TWIN OR ASTOR TASTE 0' SEA '
wve\ 5' guarantee. -
trammel Lifetime! year bits guaranteed and hacka- Flaky Rolls . ,3 PKOS;:. $1 Orange Juice ., 6 %i"," $1 1 Krunchee . 2 t": $.1 lOO Green DWIANA POLY BAO' Beans.MIXED VEGETABLES OH.. 'CUT. '.'Ac; 69crr.err..r..rr.rrrr.r..r..r.'r

mores. .-.... ............-._-.-..........-Y: ..............7.....:..........o........1......................'i
blankets-race Kool'Rare 'pads equipment viable EXTREXTRA : EXTRA ;: EXTRA ;:j EXTRA ;r

plus hundreds of other:tack : I I ''df cmm. STAMPS.... GMf. .,. STAMPS : I I af GREEN STAMPS. I I AM. GREEN. STAMPS., ;: I I d7! GREEN. .STAMPS. .. :
Items: ww e.w --- ".N- r. weer. .c. e wMf WY aM MrMMtWNM w. .V.tN.M WI.M WIWW.M.COW M MM MiN.M M N..N.RN.f + .riyN
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'' IOdBOIL 1/-e. JAR 10. JAR iX S- IKGS.e.
Each Item offered. will bew4d 'I" NEFTf TBASNC GIANT BOX>t PETER PAN ,FOiOErSInstant lAND 0' FROST SLICED :
to the,highest bidders. I I .n Liners Splc *\ Span Poanut Buttr I Coff. :; Chlppod M.ats I IL'
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I = LEGALS LEGALS T HAMPTON. AREA NEWS $yJ_ .. taw. 11IJaJ J


NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO .JOHNS and J JULIE JOHNS his seconds East along said right of RECREATION NEWS JAN. BIRTHDAYS Y, arc visiting Mr and Mrs.. The sick room clinic at the '
REGISTER wife Defendants. NOTICE OF way line, 210 feet to the point of The Hampton Senior Patty Williamson: Jan: 20; Arthur Bruno this week. school will receive assistance LwL !J0

FICTITIOUS NAME SALE:: Notice Is hereby given beginning thence continue Citizens Club. will meet Mrs. Gertrude Slacie, Jan! 22; "Mr; andMrs., W. Fontaine from Mrs. Lysle Williams,
that pursuant to a Final' Decree South 18 degrees 35 minutes Friday, Feb 7. at 7:30: p.m. Mlaja Allen, daughter of'Mr. spent Monday visiting In Mrs Bill Stone, !Mrs Sheppiird -
Pursuant to Section 866.09 'of Foreclosure entered on 30 seconds East along said rightof New members and visitorsarc and Mrs. 'Johnny,Allen Feb. Crescent. City with Mrs. and Mrs. Smith This still SENIOR (' I.\I''Un:
Florida Statutes notice is hereby December 18, 1974 by the above way line 22 feet, thence' always welcome.' ',,2; Lyn Williams, one year old Fontaine's brother-in-law and include supplying clean linens On Jan. 18 the I KFA mem-
that the undersigned entitled Court in the above North 72 degrees 21 minutes, on Feb.,2, and will celebrate sister. as needed l hl'I'slhoplill1lll'dlolryoullol'li't'ololk> I
1 Cecelia given T. Terwillegar 1525 E. styled cause the undersigned 12 seconds East, 73.30 feet; Mrs Fontaine and Mrs. with friends and relatives at a Mr. and Mrs. Danny Don Roberts outlined plans poultry and dairy
Call St., Starke Bradford United States Marshal or any of thence South 89 degrees 16', Vaughan? members of.',the party'with a special cake Williams; moved to Hampton for a festival being planned in judging contests ntlonded ii
County Florida 32091 doing his duly authorized deputies will minutes 30 seconds West 77'', club, sat with the children'' In topped with complete farm last November. Danny is the the spring. A contest of l'honlln iiiiiu'HVilU" to learn/ ,
business under the firm name sell the property situate in feet to the point of ,beginning. the library while the Hampton cake decoration. Lyn is the son of Mr. and Mrs. K. L. posters will be conducted on how to.ludgc'undllloIt to look
of 'TERWILLEGAR REALTY". Bradford County Florida P'1'A'us in session. fIN son of Mr and Mrs. Danny Williams.Mr. the Historical Theme to In- 'lor when judging the class of
206 West Madison Street described as: Portions of tot., 1 PARCEL 3: Commence at the Williams. and Mrs. Fontaine used throughout (the Starke Bradford County. and 3, Block 39 of Johns Addition intersection of the North Mr. and Mrs. Leonard'' purchased seedling trees from A series of preliminary meetings lx' held on March t 107.V!
of boundary of SE 1/4 of NW 1/4/ THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Murotta of Island have already been held
Florida 32091 Intends to register to the Town Starke Long N. the Department of 'I'hc'i"I"'haplc'I' has lx>en
said fictitious name under the Bradford County Florida; said of Section 26 Township .7'' FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL Agriculture at Starke t to( and this carnival promises to filling mil J Prolieicne.v() Awards
provisions of aforesaid statute. portions being more particular South Range 22 East Bradford CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRADFORD beautify their yard. Ix very rewarding for the for Livestock I I'rldlll'. I bull,
Cecelia T. Terwillegar sole described as follows: Com' County Florida and the Easterly COUNTY. IN THE 'CIRCUIT COURT OF To give me your news items. school and community I Kish ii ml 1 Wihllllc'Imlagc':
owner. mence at the Northeasterly right of way line of State Road CASE N<;J. FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL please Call .408-11511. or send The PTA wishes to (hank meal Dairy Production. Crop-

Dated this 23rd day of corner of said Lot 1 for point of] No. 100 and run thence North 89 CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR them to Box 160, H I"lplon. or Mrs. Evelyn Vaughan and Production. etc.
January A. D. 1973 at Starke beginning and run Southerly degrees 16 minutes, 30 seconds IN RE: The Estate of CULPEP- BRADFORD COUNTY: leave at the Hampton General Mrs. Josephine\ Fontaine lor Some of the seniors! in the
East along said North Boundary PER M. LEWIS Deceased. representing the Senior
Florida: along the Easterly boundary; IN PROBATE Store IIC'lIiOl'l'Ilupll'l' I filled( out StaleFarmer
1/23 4t 2/12 thereof and continuing 210 feet to the point of CASE NO. Citizens in baby sitting for (his Degrees. There acrecdmut
Southerly, along the Easterly beginning; thence continue NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll SCHOOL NEWS! ; and a previous meeting. nine mcnihers tilling
boundary of said Lot 3, 100 feet North 89 degrees 16 minutes creditors of the estate of IN RE: The Estate of CUL Mrs. Clark's first gradersare !Mrs.\ Kathryn Wiggles.north's out the degrees. The (chapter
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT to the Southeasterly corner 30 seconds East along said CULPEPPER M. LEWIS PEPPER M. LEWIS, Deceased. proud of the dogwood tree fourth graders were had om lor Star Slate; ( Knrmer
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF thereof; thence Westerly along North boundary 12 feat thence deceased, are hereby notified they assisted in planting on awarded the prize lor best re and Star Stale ( ;ireculiaiul
FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRAD- the Southerly boundary of said South 14 degrees 47 minutes and required to file any claims or NOTICE OF PROBATETO the school grounds. This was presenlalionbypnrettsat( this LIPItI ('ii Ili S.
FORD COUNTY. Lot 3, 69.68 feet; thence Northerly East 175.70 feet; thence North demands which they may have in conjunction with a program mcctinu. ..
100 feet to a point on the 18 degrees 35 minutes, 30 against said estate in the officeof ALL PERSONS INTER conducted by. the Starke Charles. Ferguson' :
CIVIL ACTION Northerly boundary of said Lot seconds East, 172 feet to the the Circuit Judge of Bradford ESTED IN THE ESTATE OF Junior Woman's Club on SERVICE MEN Hrporlcr
Case No. 75.15 1, Westerly and 69.95 feet point of beginning.to County, Florida in the courthouse SAID DECEDENT: Arbor Day. .

In re: The Matter of the distance from the Northeast at Starke Florida within You are hereby notified that a Mrs. Carole Shield's sixth .11'M OK (II \PTKItFor
Adoption of ROBERT DEXTER corner thereof; thence Easterly your wife MARIE LAURA four ((4)) calendar months from written/ instrument purporting to graders visited the horticul- .. .. Iliose: \\ ho did mil attend.
WIGGINS along said Northerly boundary BAUGESS as a lump sum as the date of the first publicationof be the Last Will and Testament'of ture department of the Vo- I',.t. KicliurdMiii the meeting' Wednesday.: .
69.95 feet to point of beginning. alimony and you are required to this notice. Each claim or 'said decedent has been' Tech Center last Thursday' 1"-- ,\1'11It'I'k! 22. \\' nowhti\t' n nevx( vice
NOTICE OF SUIT- at public outcry to the highestand serve a copy of your written "demand must be in writing and admitted to probate in this They plan to construct terrar- Ft. Benjamin Harrison. IMC' president: 'I'nl1l11l'llli"n", :.,
NO PROPERTY best bidder for cash at the defenses if any to the Petition'I. .. must state the place of residenceand Court. You are hereby commended iums with valuable information Ian. 2 Private Jellify' ,1. lie is UK-grandson" : ol Mr and
\ hour of 12:00: o'clock Noon on on the Petitioner's attorney' postoffice address of'';the within four ((4)) calendar ." they gained during this Ittchardson. son of par and :Ms's..1.) I D. (iaskms.Kiillij.: .
To: Dexter Elwin Phibbs II February 20. 1975 at the front John H.. Jones/Don Peters claimant and must be swan to months from the date of the first Mrs. Jainv '1'. Richardson..Kuilord. : .
7200 Hampton Blvd. entrance of the Bradford County whose address is Office of by the claimant his agent, or'his publication of this notice to trip.The Hampton PTA met completed a dirk laker I: .
Norfolk Virginia Courthouse at Starke Florida Clinics University of Florida attorney or it will become' 'void' appear in this Court and show Monday evening with Joe course at the Army Adjutant lifporter
Dated: January 10 1975 College, of Law Gainesville according to law. cause if any you can, why the Riddick presiding. Principal General School )PI. Benjamin
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Mitchell A. Newbergor; Florida 32611 on or before January 22 1975. action of this Court in admittingsaid Casey reported on the skills Harrison. Ind.
an action for Adoption has United States Marshal February 10, 1975, and file the Will to probate should not level structure' being Imple-, I'vt t, Harrison received FOR SALE: Pickett Templates
been filed against you Dexter Middle District of Florida' original with the Clerk of this MABEL: LEWIS stand unrevoked. mented In grades 1 1..2 and 3,, instruction in typing, unit nia H Uttering guides General use
Elwin Phibbs II, and you are Court either before service on Executrix of the Estate of Rick Ezzell reported on the* service, morning rcporis. templates,. Electronic Elipse
required to serve a copy of your Ernst D. Mueller' Petitioner's attorney or immediately CULPEPPER M. LEWIS Wayne M. Carlisle mini-olympics: program and Department of (he Al'IlIpuh.- nnd Architectural. All for saleat
written defenses if any to it, on Assistant United States At- thereafter; otherwisea deceased1304tchg'220 Circuit Judge the PTA agreed. l support (tills licalions and military( corrcsxiulenee. : The Office Shop. Phone
the plaintiff's attorney whose torney default will be entered againstyou 1/30 4t 2/20( project, | ) 964 6305.
name and address is George H. Attorney for Plaintiff for the relief demanded in

Pierce Esq. P. O. Drawer 1030 1/164t 2/6' the petition.
Starke Florida 32091 and file This notice shall be publishedonce

the original with the clerk of the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT each week for four con
before secutive weeks in the Bradford
above styled court on or EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
February 17, 1975: otherwise a County Telegraph newspaper
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
FAMSV Maeaeer BM.1
Starke Florida.
judgement may be entered BRADFORD COUNTY
against you for the relief WITNESS my hand and the saMne I
demanded in the complaint or seal of this Court on January 7, Ir.I
CIVIL ACTION
petition. CASE NO.758In 1975. .
WITNESS my hand and the GILBERTS. BROWN w.a.r r
seal of said Court on January 14, Clerk of the Court
RE: The Matter of the 1
Beulah M. MoodyAs
1975.
Adoption of KEVIN SHANE Deputy Clerk :

GILBERTS. BROWNAs PHILLIPS 1/16 4t 2/6

Clerk Court /
of said NOTICE OF SUIT a 4.
By: Beulah M. MoodyAs NO PROPERTY IN THE CIRCUIT' COURT OF
Deputy Clerk THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR-
1/23 4t 212IN CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR '
JO DQNALD..NAPIER[ P.O.
!sox: 8, High Springs] Florida. BRADFORD COUNTY :y.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat CASE NO. 75.24 I
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR an action for adoption has :
IN RE: The Marriage of
CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR been filed against you DONALD '
BRADFORD COUNTY. NAPIER and you are required to CATHERINE A. HALDEMAN
Petitioner,'and PAUL V. HAL
CASE NO. 755. serve a copy of your written
defenses rf any to it, on the DEMAN Respondent.. 0

.IN RE: The Marriage of DOROIUXALLE.N plaintiffs attorney, whose name
NOTICE OF SUIT
!! __SCOTT: Petitioner and addres Is -
and PRESTON JUNIOR DUDLEY HARDY Ess).
II To:: PAUL VVHALDEMAN: .
SCOTT Responde f., P.O. Drawer 1030 \ ?
Starko Florida 32091 1030 Chew Street

NOTICE OF SUIT and file the original with the Allentown Pa. 18102 T ; I '
clerk of the above styled courton AUTOMATIC
To: Preston Junior Scott or before March 3, 1975: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat MEN'S ANSMISSH*
otherwise a judgement be an action for dissolution of
Address Unknown may o FAMOUS MAKER
marriage has been filed againstyou N
entered against you for the relief FLUID l1
YOU ARE HEREBY'notIfied demanded in the complaint of and you are required to Nri co' JEANS OR ', fit IrRb0
serve a of written .d lIOfNIf1o
copy your
that an action for dissolution of petition. p DRESS SLACKS
defenses if to it on +
any
WITNESS hand and the
marriage has been filed against my
'you and required to seal of said Court on January 7, RICHARD E. WELTY 114 N. / Croat. **l action. wanted. ...1.. 0UIt OUII
you are 1975. Walnut Street P. O. Box 995, any nom fobrc, ,, fo"'on'oolo/,' ;)/ fit; IAVI IAA: I 12'P!SCI UVII
PAICI'
serve a copy of your written Starke Florida, 32091 and file / Thit, brand. you know for quality, III' II" WAS
...
defenses if any to it on comfort" fit! &,... 28 Mr
RICHARD E. WELT, Attorneyfor GILBERTS. BROWNAs the original with the Clerk of the 38I ,Z''' '. ; ROUTE 55 A.T.F. FLUID 4 OZ. CAN MUSHROOMS JUMBO ROLL PAPER TOWELS

Petitioner whose address is Clerk of Said Court above-styled Court on or before i' F' 'l Lubicout, and preteen moving parti atcat. in flavor, light in color, 120 tq. kt. of loflnast, _Oil, ob
114 N. Walnut Street. P. O. Box By: Beulah M. MoodyAs March 3, 1975 otherwise a / ,4 .N : vn For UM in fluid. automatic" transmit, ct.onood..d. cooked. Ready to heat. Ufbmyl 167-1 ply towel th 10"
995 Starke Florida 32091 and Deputy Clerk judgment may be entered 7 sions .and, power stMMng, umn.1 1 Qt. Famous, quality bade. Not wt, 4 oc. su. In your 'fovorita colas.r .

tile the original with the Clerk of 1/16 4t 2/6 against you for the relief v O -
demanded in the Petition. -
the above styled Court on or .
WITNESS my hand and the
before February 10.1975, other. seal of said Court on the 22nd I r. MEN'S \ 1
wise a judgment may be entered IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL day of January 1975.GILBERTS.. ,R '. 'i QUILT UNEO
against you for the relief CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDAIN t NYLON JACKETS 1 DOOR

demanded in the Petition. AND FOR BRADFORD BROWN (AVI I.H-4.II .......... MxrmASHuoz..
WITNESS my hand and the COUNTYIN AS CLERK OF SAID COURTBy u .
seal of the said Court on the 3id I iIm 'fIltil" I.
: Beulah M. Moody .
day of January 1975.GILBERTS.. RE The Marriage of '
CARL: EDWARD BAUGESS Deputy Clerk G% ..u..JldI't; :...:. + .....
1/30 4t 220IN Vi ,,- + \ Claaranc of quilt :
BROWNAs Husband .40 1 ti- fined |odMl.t Many ruJdf
Clerk of Said Court and style to chaos from/ rAS ova
By: Dorothy Moore MARIE LAURA BAUGESS THE CIRCUIT COURT OF r in Kits. S,M,LxL. JIf "-
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR-
Clerk uau. inut ,
Deputy Wife. CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR I ,
For
Interior exterior.n"t
1 194t1/30 Civil Action EN'f -e"
BRADFORD COUNTY, li OIEATEN and color' 13 t
Case No. 75 6 CASE NO. 75-25 1 '1 CLEANANCI'A"

IN THE CIRCUIT: COURT NOTICE OF ACTIONTO 1.S12.1 ., rA/ fAV.

EIGHTH FLORIDA JUDICIAL IN AND CIRCUIT FOR OF BAUGESSYOU: CARL EDWARD CHARLES PAULINE LOTT HENRY Plaintiff'ALEXANDER vs.- IEN'IGNEIOIIFLALI I I 1 : Prestone 7' L 1 I i L r Il

MELLCONCENTMTISHMPOOI02.TUM
BRADFORD COUNTY and DAISY ANN ALEXANDER .
ARE NOTIFIED that a WASTIf-Jkif
his wife. Defendants. Otoic, of corcfros 45* polyMMr-
j '
Petition for Dissolution of 35% cotton, long SMV! dross shirts, Sj ( Pullovers and cal,* .\ \ I
CIVIL ACTION Marriage has been filed againstyou NOTICE OF ACTIONTo in solids and prints, or ruggsd plaids, pets in ossortod sal: Antifreeze 't'v V IJgIAO
1 and stylas. Sizssto
ors
in cotton flonnddts. Nootly tailorsd fl =.r.
PAMELA ANN TIDWELL and there is a demand in the fit all! MOOM
and both in ass S, M, L, XL, 402.COUMIUM .
Plaintiff vs. GENE EASTON Petition that the Court award the Charles Henry Alexander ,,r I
TIDWELL Defendant. certain property owned by you and f i R g. ;S 1 i tImlt 4 .AI s.v1 rn YiIIIIa SAVI mGal.
and your wife as tenants by the lei( I." kf SAVU /
Daisy Ann Alexander his Jug ... _
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NOTICE OF SUIT entirety, located at Starke wife r TOILET SlaTS D UntCGMIMIUM

NO PROPERTYTo Bradford County Florida and 219 East Humble Ave.: -' POIYImA NaleN'f Sale 'rs4s3 Contowod wooden _..V.I. Heavy duty plastic nwrh 0Af1K
and particularly described as: c" Longview Texas 75601, Iii ;. .SLAINI ; low,hlu.,grosn,pink, wh"" ., lock'co lid. 6 gallon sc. v "
Gene Easton Tidwnll
fAYI I N
264155316Hq. PARCEL 1: One acre square on YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED 1 IOZ.MH
Co. HCSSVBN North side of SE 1.4 of NW 1/4 that a Complaint to 'foreclose IUfO lIlY
Paris Island S. C. 29905 of an adjoining' road lying .in Articles of Agreement has been .NTV, .
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Section 26, Township: 7 South filed against you in the above- MI Ml g'.A KHtMUNT
an action for Dissolution of Range 22 East SAVE AND named Court, and you are band.2"slasticwaistShtthod 't r'L ;t SAr1N%

Marriage has been filed against EXCEPTING THEREFROM; required to serve a copy of your a.aM, Colors.S.i.s rN fAY1 '
you and you are required to Commence at the intersection of answer or pleading to the 8-16, '
serve a copy of your written the North boundary of SE 1/4 of Complaint on the Plaintiff's SAv1 cos sew MMN1UMUUWidt 'c. c ns1Q
defenses, rf any to it, on the NW 1/4 of Section 26. attorney RICHARD E. WELTY! LN ldf LN ssloclianat

plaintiff's attorney, whose name Township 7 South Range 22: 114 N. Walnut Street P. O. Box /ULLOVEW fOEA'lCAAOIOANS assortsd col ref IAV' wsf JiIIIIfIif!! lint rip NfII'."' '
and address George H. Pierce, East Bradford County Florida 995 Starke Florida 32091, and Long tlMVM, ti.rl.i 100% acrylic. Coblsstitch. ors and stylos. Jod ....... lS'6 1'N N" IRK '.It EXMMM
Rbosd. S.M.L. Colas Sins 5-td.
Esquire, P. O. Drawer 1030 .and the Easterly right of line nock. 34-40. TAHITI
plead
way file the original answer or
"
N UCYCLECAWJLOCK:' I PC.IINMII SIT AUMNUMTMNH RACKET
Starke Florida 32091 and file of State Road No. 100 and run ing in the office of the Clerk of r .. MT1UVNMX
.12 011. ,
Colorful'/ vinyl chain cow OL ago !Nylon! strung vinyl fA",
the original with/ the clerk of the thence South 18 degrees 35 the Circuit Court in and for with combfnotiCMMUUMOn on. lack ..... Goldamcade. Top quality connection" .
above styled court on or before minutes 30 seconds East, along Bradford County Florida, on or / III
February 3, 1975; otherwise a said right of way line 210 feet,* before March 3,. 1975. I I
judgment may be entered thence North 89 degrees, 16 Real' Property at issue is as ;} ...AS1dft
against you for the relief minutes 30 seconds East 77 feet follows:: r

demanded in the complaint or to the point of beginning; thence The West 462 feet of the East
petition. continue North 89 degrees 16 868 feet of the South One-Half
WITNESS my hand and the minutes 30 seconds East. 133 ISM al) of the Southwest One-
seal of said Court on January 7, feet, thence North 18 degrees .Quarter (SW'/.l) of the Southeast -' r
A. D.. 1975. 35 minutes 30 seconds West 38 One-Quarter (ISEVi) of '

feet thence South 72 degrees Section 20, Township,7 (South,. ru YYI 151 f v1 wA 4v1 rA fAYe 1. ,,j .....,...N.r.1 .
Gilbert S. BrownAs '21 minutes. 12 seconds West, Range 22: East. '' ievi. rf .n s SAYS
Clerk of said Court 126.62 feet to the point of If you fail to do so, judgment MLUMTMMMTii HYLMMMUUIUI MUtTMU.MMtnLaoitiar .]Nf. /N ,wi_ .3111'. 'JkS 3.N '
By: Donna M. Branson beginning. rt f. by default will be taken against t.r 111,1 6 aspd. mm*. FYllyaflips, iyle *llh Cans upawl Curfcl.arh.r .. J.tf.q IAn
WUWTKCOMICAIIMn UlLlIIOCIITUJIII ALNLLYIM UI
As Deputy Clerk for relief demanded in the ?* linrt. Ccody.of AMOT..J lan.dlnw.aL.l .Col.,
you Soles. *.w,7.12.- Block In >IM 7-17.; eolax. u* 6Vi-12. ar ond lilM.ii-l) ?, f4.t5.22" blah.\ PrKltlon.mad sanry _Dh an.hsdsn. ..p ModVla-laMI -.- GONTACCA/11K11.N/
1/94t 130UNITED PARCEL: 2: Commence) at the Complaint. : *. Esyaass.mbls. inclsdeddrywuep, Nan with rich wood. grain. _
intersection of the North WITNESS my hand end seal

boundary of SE 1/4 of NW 1/4 this 21st day of,January, 1975.! .
STATES DISTRICT of Section 26 Township 7 '<< .
COURT MIDDLE DISTRICT OF South, Rang 22: East Bradford GILBERT S. BROWN II I. ''I .,

FLORIDA JACKSONVILLE. County Florida,and the Easterly AS. CLERK. OF SAID COURT, ,312 ,W. Madison Starke .J..964-7513 3n ... !rton. ; ,... .11 II.} .
DIVISION Court No. 74413- right of way Urn of State Road By:.:Beulah M. Moody ., .I ritt.i '+ 11H' I IN; -rt: : \;"" n;
Civ-JUNITED; STATES OF 'No. 100.and run thence South Deputy Clerk
'AMERICA Plaintiff. VS. RICKY 18 degrees, 36 minutes 30 1/304t: 2/20_


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Revival services will begin known in this tdcpeI SEWING MACHINE REPAIR 6
Sunday morning, Feb. 2, at previously held area meetings having in r FOR SALE: Cleared lots, zoned ,scissors sharpened, all makes

Mope Baptist Church and this church as well as the ,-' ...:....:::::; for mobile homes, 301 south cleaned, oiled and adjusted J.Thomas Realtor St.
continue through .Sunday Starke First Baptist, and First r-rOR SAlE :) just beyond Indian River Fruit $7.James Stiickland, Morgan 621. Tel.N. Walnut 964.6162Large FARM FRESH EGGSTry
Feb Stand on left. L.W. Batten. Road & SR-16 Ph. 964-8733
night, 9. A morning .Baptist' Keystone Heights. e From
or 782.3189tfchg. Our Tatting Egfft Right
service will be held at 10 a.m. The church choir, under the 1tp brick residence and acre From The P.rm. SOLD BY THE
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Monday through Friday with direction of Ivan Giffm will ILrtlCLrQ SALE: ITACA 20 gauge ------------ YOUNG RESPONSIBLE couple lot cor. Call and Orange Street CASK OR FLAT (2' Dot) tt.SO Per
the evening services startingat provide numbers Flit And Up
special Magnum shotgun. Gold inlayon would like to rent or lease with Call to see It.
7:15.: BAGGEtlPERTlLIZIR
throughout the
meetings sides and gold trigger, option to buy a clean house.
for this
Evangelist
meetingwill The pastor, Rev Merle $150 Ruger 357 Magnum 6" 't WANTEDRETIRED J Must be in a race friendly 40 acre tract 3 rni SE of Starke
be Rev. Bobby Britt of Packham, and the entire for Service:: barrel, shoots 357 38 State Road 100 Lots of On Highway 315
special, neighborhood in or close to on
Birmingham, Ala. He is well membership of Hope Baptist Sunday Baptist Men 9 mm cylinder also. Western Starke Call or write Mr. ,' ft timber. See me for price'' and r/t Mi. N. of

Church extend a warm Breakfast and Meeting, 7:30: ; type holster Pearl handles. Mrs. Dan Harley, P.O. Box terms. Will sell timber & keep
Lauretta SchultzMrs. welcome to the public to at- Sunday School 9:45; Morning $150.!?< Ph. 9647803. I Itp CARPENTER desires 104, Bronson, Fla Ph. 486- land. InterlachenTWIN
tend these services.. Worship at 11 o'clock sermon ... .
-- --- -- work. Home additions, 2408. 1/16 3tchg 1/30 YOLK EGG FARM
Lauretta of "The Tests of Life; Church 20 Acres out of City with It.
Schultz FOR SALE Del electric
70, : Ray remodeling, repairing, large or ------------
Slaike died Monday, 'Jan 27; Training 6:15: p.m.; Evening guitar and checkmate, am- small jobs. Free estimates. Ph. pole, well septic tk, Price

in Bradford County hospital St., Mark'sepiscopal Worship sermon" : "Things' plifier. Seldom used, great 9648253. 1/2 Sip 1/30 $23,000.00.
She born In Paul Knew 7:30.: AUTOMOBILESUSED "" ""
was Brooklyn Ill condition. Call 473.4247 after
------------ SAVE
on March 15, l'H)4\ ) and moved Monday Girls Ensemble anti 330.: Itp 2 bed room? frame dwelling, $ $

I to Starke from Sanford in May 6:30: ; Youth Choir -------.......--- POSITION WANTED: Young large lot, storage, close to store
ol 1973. Before retirement she ChurchChurch Deacons Meeting, 7 p.m. woman, 38, no ties to live in and school.:Cent heat, range & FRED DAVISGMC
'' Tuesday WMS Council FOR SALE: One acre, lot 3 of as sitter for elderly. Small Reasonable
was employed as'an aide in a Bee. Refrig., price
.nursing'' home and was a and Bail ]melt ton Strict Meeting, 10 a.m.; Business North Wood subdivision salary. Call Rev. Hamel 468- FOR SALE: 1974 Dodge Dart TRUCKS-

member of the Salvation THE RFVJOHN M. FLYNN Meeting 10:45: a.m. ; between Starke and Lawtey' 1666. tfchg custom 4 door 318 V/8, Acreage, large & small tracks BUICK PONTIAC"A -
Army. l'rogram,11:15: ; Luncheon 12 on 301. Call 7822863._ Itp ------------ power, automatic air, vinyl Priced right with terms LITTLE RIDE CAN

Surviving is a daughter, CIIUKtllSCIinDULKThursday Noon; Jr.. Hand. Bell and ------- ---- WANTED: Used portable'TV.Sets top 2500 miles, dealers SAVE YOU A LOT" TF

Mrs. Marjorie Allen, of Jan. 30 Brownie Junior Choir, 3:20: ; Associa- FOR SALE: Sears 4" jet pump, at Dahmers Discount.. welcome 1967 GMC V/8, 3/4 New Homes out of City; 'small GREEN COVE SPRINGS* _
Starke two brothers tional Baptist Men Meeting, new $200 Hida-A-Bed ton 4 speed, a real dependabletruck.
; Ralph good down payment.
Troop 3:30 tfchg
meeting : pm .
Dcdan Church, 6:30: .
Baptist Ph. 473 3044 1/30 2tp
Sihultz Marietta, Ill., and condition $30, 12 string elec-
Inquirers Class 7:30: ------------
John SchultIndustry, Ill.; Friday Jan. 31 Junior p.m.Wednesday tric guitar, dual pickup, 2/6
two sisters, Mrs. Huth Major, Choir Practice, 3:30 p.m. Family Night double cut away new $85, HELP WANTED: Interested in a ------------ FOR SALE: Notebooks, PumpsNew

Galesburg? and Mrs Nora Sunday Fcb. 2 Holy Supper Acteens, 6:15: p.m.R.A.; 1959 VW sedan engine, needs future in the restaurant FOR SALE- 1969 Ford PU, F-100 Memo pads, envelopes
School
Workers
Wishon. Bubhnell, Ill.; and Eucharist, 8:30: a.m. Church Sunday World ,' valve guides $75. Ph. 468- business Apply in person at runs good $950. Call 431-1044 markers, adding machine and Used
Friends And
grandson. G.A., Acteens, 2101 or 984-5673. the Pizza Hut., '1tchg after 4:30. Raiford.. 1tp
one School, 9:43; Holy Eucharist, Mission Friends,6-45: ; Hour of Itp : cash reg. paper. The .Office
Funeral services were held 11 a.m. 7:30 Church Choir ------------ ------------ ------------ Shop. SALES
Power : ;
at 2 p.m. Wednesday in Monday, Feb. 3 Brownie Practice Trustees Meeting FOR SALE: Sears 21" Power FOR SALE: 1968 Chevrolet cab- PARTS

DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with Troop 604, 4:30: p.m. 8.15.:] reel mower used less than 20 over 2 1/2 ton truck .chasis, SERVICE
Capt. James Snelson officiat- Tuesday, Feb 4. Girl Scout hours. Ph. 984-7700. .1 Oil
Thursday Visitation, 9:30: 1tp GENTFOR good drive train. Register DEEP a SHALLOW WELLS
ing Interment was in Crosby Troop 614, 3:30: p.m. Youth a.m.; Music Makers 3:30: ------------ Co. Starke., 1/16 3tchg 1/30 CAL'S PLUMBING
Lake Cemetery Confirmation Class, and ..... ... Repair and Construction
Visitation, 7pm.' --------- Plumbing Supplies
Vestry Meeting 730.: p.m.; FOR SALE: 3 one acre lots. Will All work done by Licensed

sell one, two or all three. Plumber. Phone 'IB4-b')47)
Robt. L. ThomasRobert -Ben P. Bryant Pastor Country Club Estates Call RENT: 2 bedroom mobile ]10-24-74 16lp l-Ni-75. EXPERT SERVICEON

964-5502 after 6 p.m lip home. Call 964-8245 or 964- HOUSES FOR SALEFOR
I* Thomas, (li2. of Order Tax Forms ------------ 5690. Itp ALL MAKES
Starke, died in a Gainesville NEWS ABOUT
------------ PHONE 964.7061Durrance
hospital Sunday, Jan 26, altera By Mail, IRS Asks SINGER SEWING MACHINE:
lingering illness. lie was New machines with stretch FOR RENT ,12' wide mobile::: SALE: 1967 Ford Station /ulltimc oppli

born in Bradford County on SERVICE MEN stitches and built-in button- homes outside city limits. J.B. Wagon, AC, PS, PB, radio, WL1? now have for all xoui

July f26. 1912 the son of the JACKSONVILLE Taxpayers holer. Now 20 per cent OFF, White Ph. 9646114. tfchg. good condition $350. Ph.. 9545390. ance repairman needs. PUMPS SUPPLY CO.
late Mallory and Hester Johns ------------ repair
Coleman's
are being asked to Sawing Center t Itp
Thomas lie was employed as order.U. S. income tax forms 138 E. Call St., 9648312. FOR RENT: 2 BR house, .unfurnished ... ________ Call Badcocks' 864N. TEMPLE AVE.

a relief operator by. the by mail, rather than tele- Pvt. Ricardo Rondez ------------ at 419 N. Church St. 964-5287
DuPont Company,. and was a phone, by''the Internal Serving In ItalyU. Starke. Contact MerrittWilliamS FOR SALE: 2 BR house, 615

member of the Church of Revenue:Service. S, Army, Italy, Dec:24 FLEA MARKET: Every Saturday 119 N.Walnut St. or Lafayette, reduced price,
Christ. '. Army Private;' Ricardo J. 9 to 4. Table space S1. 755 E call 964-5391 days, tfchg. must sell, leaving state, make J Long Champ

Surviving arc his wife!, expedite< processing, individuals -, Hondo21, son of Mrs. Geral- Main Street. Lake Butler. 1/23'j ------------ offer. Ph 9646428. 1/30 2tp
Violet Home Thomas, Starke; and businesses are dine Kondcz, Lawtey is 4tchg 213LECITHINI :i 2/6 j Home and
one daughter, Mrs. Barbara urged to send requests to: assigned to Battery 'A, 2nd ------------ FOR RENT Mobile Home ------------ BRASINGTONlHI.I..U'UlUSI)1I
MtLendon Grand Isle, La; FORMS. P. O. Box 35045, battalion ol the 30th Field B61 subdivision Vt acre lots $35 1 (',\ : U: Building MaterialsWE ]
Vinegar Kelpl house
Jacksonville Fl 32202. mo.,3 miles from city limits at FOR SALE: 5 room SAI.KS&SKKVKK: : :
brothers Bessie
two ThomaslStarke" BUILD
Artillery in Vicen/a. Italy.
now all four in one capsule ask,, bath, ducted heat, 100 x 100
: intersection of Hwy 16 and
and !Mallory Thomas, Fine selection iif teed for VB6+ only $298, Mitchell \ -, fenced with 10 x 20 utility
Each(Jay hundreds of tax- -, Morgan Road. Ph. 964-5606. "YOUR PLANS OR OURS
Jr, Lakeland one Taken On Cadillac: Trades)
: ; sisters" (I\XXIFIKI: ),\1) H\TKS Drugs. 1/16 3tp 1/30 /F aluminum building, in city of
Miss! Odessa Thomas, Starke; payers throughout Florida arccalling '" -.--------...-- .J, .tfchg stores & schools ''JIHII;! V\V. I I\th:\ :liK-::::1U1I YOUR LOT OR OURS
IRS offices for tax ------------ Starke near 1
and lour grandsonsFuneialservices (i.\1MCSMU.KM&M : :
lonm '.ullinc fur IIISI'I'liollTIIt.d Ph. 9646349 1/30 2tp 2/6 FREE ESTIMATES
"In 1st SEWING "
held doing so taxpayers MACHINE REPAIRS::
were .. ...
FOR RENT Furnished 1 bedroom ---
Noon 'preceding'I'hursdry : ---- -
frequently encounter
tit Jones A Singer Authorized service
3
Tuesday in
p.m. Ix-lote publication.Minimum i 4,,, apartments in Starke. REMODELING REPAIRS
busy signals and .
Memorial Chapel with Jack\ expel'iencemldlional department for quality repair' ? FOR SALE- Two mobile homes
Bell officiating Intermentvtus delays in receiving' / service. We service all makes., 1 1Coleman's 1J I, Ph.473-3096for appointment. arid lots. One-2 bedroom 1973 Sales & Service ADDITIONS. ...
their tax forms to' ('barge i WI : >, 4tp 1/30
in Crosby Lake. Ceme- according Sewing Center r model; One-3 bedroom 1972 HOMES BOUGHT SOLD,
tery. ChailesO, Ue\V ill, IRS Jack- I ('11\env, IS: \\'oIs, ) 138 E. Call St. 964-8312. -------,----- model. Cash financed. J.B. NEW & USED
sum ille district director I I' ,u'It u ni'd over I 11:> ------------ FOR RENT: Unfurnished 3 BR, or TRADED
White 964-6114.
tfchg
lilt'cutsMl CB house in Saratoga [ ACREAGE FOR SALE
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pp0001X700 ----------- Sewing Machines
FOR SALE: Philco color console w I' Heights. Available Feb 1st.

DAY CARE JT> ('Ia HSIH-<| Ads must bed TV set 19995. Dahmers".if. $125 monthly. First and last FOR SALE: New Brick veneer, 3 Vacuum CleanersParts 964-6853

? '. for in .ulwinro iiiiU-XK you Discount. 1/30 Ztchg ;. ) \\1' month plus $50 security. No bedrooms, 2 baths land- HWY; 3O1 S STARKE TF
r* .. .U
a.;, : i.in' 'osUihlishcil UI'I"t; ? ,c'i' children. No collect calls. Ph. scaped, drive way and walk. Repairs

., .. Ai\! ';;'l tttew rad1) !" that .4ALEOood bikelr E 904378.2405 7 a m. to 6 p.m. Good terms Call Buford .
ear ,"iifsi Yql I ill 1ia.rge FOR : use 1iJ ". *"rt' HAlrMaKe'Call i'I ." '
l alt" t 2tchg J/31' .. .Mitchell,964-6853 tfchg. nil J" "U'''
and' y,4123 ;
tnkes. New nd' 'used
SCHOOL '
AGE fift' lulling.i.Uoi4' I nlisilil for ...
TO
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Thama.DifCanipan
: theue furniture and appliances" ---- -- - 964-6210 .
i I.oislini gives over
CONSTANT CARE2 ol tilirii ropy| I is not good used mattresses,''"''cloth fOR SALE:; Cash register .
FREDSACKETT REALTOR
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BALANCED SNACKS .,pled I .aid iMIMIgllt\ to the <>f- shingles 30 yd, $9 zippers.50 square 01, per, roofing'and inch, .paper most sizes In'' stock. 205N. Temple Ave (US.301)) 444 Q Starke Plaza H

.il'I'' Call in to see if we have your 904/9646522
NOW OPEN + 7:00: A.MTO 4:3O: P.M. felt$5 roll and many more size or come In and Just 603 S.'Walnut''
BARGAIN CENTER, 1
items. ASSOCIATES
browse at The Office Shop.
4REASONABLE: RATESWE mi. S. of Starke on 301. tfchg! William "Bill" Trigg INSURANCEAT 964.6246

-- -----.- "Mllc" McConnell REDUCED RATES i
WILL WORK WITH MOTHERS TO SOLVE .Healy
.r Motorcycles J FOR SALE: Case pocket knives AUTO, FIRE, BOAT

THEIR PROBLEMS, '( ) now tfchg.at. Dahmers Discount. MISCElLANEOUSHOLIDAY Multiple Mortgage Listing Broker Service DOYLE E.CONNERINSURANCE Call ForKerosene

Bethlehem Free *,l r _', TAREX Relocation Service AGENCY
Greater % ----------- ,
Farm and Land Brokers Assn TCHG
Will Baptist Church l' STAPKE CYCLE CENTER, J8S{ FOR SALE: 1973 8 x 35 Coachman INN GULF US.301 ,

964.5136 .' I' N. Temple Ave. Ph. 964-6020,' trailer, $5,000 or will N.. Free car wash with oil & Special-2 Bedroom, A-1 $10,500
1101 CHESTNUT ST, AT ASH ST OR Your authorized HODAKA trade on motor home. 1974 filter change & lube job. Ed Clean-2 Bedroom block$11,500 JIMMY MooRE'S

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL 964-8866 .dealer, tfchg.: Surecast boat motor and Ripplinger. 1/30 2tchg 2/6 Large-2 Bedroom, $12,500 Sun & Fuel
mnnnrf ------ ------ SportsMORE
trailer, used 3 $750 Small Farm 3 bedroom$26,000
iLiiiopaoaanouuuuuuyiJi times Ph. -------- ---- ,
'IiI 9646691, 1/23 4tp 2/13 BILL'S ELECTRIC: Home One acre.well 8-septic$2,500 BOAT FOR
------------ YOUR MONEY TF
remodeling and repairs, also

I FOR SALE: 1968 trailer 12 x 68, welding and residential and STARKE PH 964-5791 Oil

Turn Your Unwanted 3 BR, 1 V/2 baths air condi- commercial appliance repairs BRICK I
tioned. 9646565. Call between and automotive repairs. 964- COMPLETE OUTBOARD ASTERN

h 4:30: and 9 p.m.. J. 8087..4tp 1130ALCOHOLICS '3 BR, 1 1/2 Bath, L.R.'Dinb DRIVE SERVICE

1/31'.i|'; -------- -- Rm., Kit., Carport, .Nice part of AND REPAIR 'ImmediateDeliver

Items Into Immediate ANONYMOUS.The town. COMPLETE FIBERGLASS

FOR SALE Registered Angus'' only requirement for George Roberts Real Estate REPAIR
cows. Heifers and bull calves. membership Is a DESIRE to 964-7826 or 964"6593 CUSTOM BUILT FIBER
J.B. White. Phone 9646114or stop drinking.. Ph. 964-7959, GLASS'FISHING' BOATS
Cash 964-8775.!! tfchg 964-7619 or 964-5148 1/2

327MOBILE .
----------- ,12tp
-------- LILLIAN PEARSON Wall DrillingFast
FOR SALE:Diamond needles for REALTOR,
Thru The Want Ads any stereo over 247 different HOME MOVING. Also DavidsonMobile Rotary
mobile home hurricane anchoring
ones we have them all. Dahmer's Lawtey-Phone 782.3806 .
and mobile home roof Home Park'In
Discount. tfchg Open evenings &weekends Drilling EquipmentFor
1 _s coating. Olin's MOBILE Home
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Service. 964.5606. At. 100 W. 3 BR 1 Y. bath furnished double- City Limits -

FOR SALE$55.22: 38 hand!Snub nose$24 hand.95 Starke, Fla. tfchg wide MH on 1 acre with accessto $30 Per Mo. 2" Thru 6" Wells
gun guns .- Spring Lake. Hookup i i for.
Special Offer 25 automatic guns from another MH. $13,650. Call Us For
$49.95. Dahmers Discount" Walk To New.
tfchg .. 'HOLIDAY INN GULF, US301N. 3 BR CB home with Sep. Dr. Your Water System Needs
Ed Ripplinger. Free car Large Lot Starke $18,100. Shopping, Center
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: : ''wash with fill up.' 1/30 2tchg city Gas Water a S rOn H.4-70.'
3 BR home with aluminum sid-
FOR SALE: Argentine hay $2 2/6
(2 W'.ks Only). bale at barn.. 1 Hulsey ing. Chain link fence -.Nicelot.
per ------------ 301 South Pump
game cock, 10 Hulsey game Lawtey $13,625. uppancv .

Per Insert hens, 1 gas range, broiler, START distributor NOW offers: Local Amway Two 2 BR houses, corner lot Jolu Motel Supply
opportunity
oven and 4 burners. furniture. Very neat Live Developers Of
e +l' ,; :' Everything'works OK. $40 for good earnings. You pick some other. Total 9648810OLINS :
4 the
: / in one rent .
: : the hours. We For Inter- Under Ground Water
Cash O iyIf train. '
((20 Words 2 J.M. Edwards, Sr.' Ph. 964- price 18600.,
view call 964-7751.
;.. y,,- -T' 5379. Starke.. 1/16 4tp 2/6 Itp 884 N.Temole Ave.
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If Now'is the time t to sell Lawn .Mowers, Tractors, < YARD' SALE:: Living room, SAWS. SHARPENED; workguaranteuu. MOBILE HOME SALES \ Sales A Service TFN

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964.7509
Call or "
Trucks name it. dining room. bedroom furni-
Cars :
Motors you
Fishing EquipmentBoats, lure washer; electric stove, leave at Jackson. Building "wy-'oo.W. PH. M4-ttOo b.

gas heater, 10 speed bicycle, Supply,. Suirke or' .Keystone. ,
For Sale typewriter. Sale begins Jan!: Heights: tfchg.. !ll 2 BRING NEW "

Please Print ,, v '9. Mrs. Miller, At. 1, Box : ... FREE LOT RENTAL FOR ONE HALF YEAR LIFE TO 'YOURCARPETING
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124A, Highway 100 E. '' f' IN OLIN' 'S MOBILE HOME SUBDIVISION'WHEN;' YOU

L'1 ; ill:. 1/30 "1 WATSON'SHOUSEOFVACUUMS ,'PURCHASE YOUR .MOBILE HOME FROM OLIN'S"

; ; ; ; 4tP1'4tP1'FO' ':'\\I ," > > TF Revive the original beautyof
SALE: Linoleum $3. your rugs. Cleaned in

9x12 Linoleum $8.98. i f irVbny{ brands of new vacuum.I' .. your own home .

12x12 and 12x15 In ,', 1; Used machines available.. by Von Schrader
\ Hundreds to choose from at'Dahmers ? dry-foam method.
Expert Repairs all makes.Parts t
,t '. Discount. tfchg. BOOKKEEPING-TAX WORK No muss No fuss.
.. Accessories' for all "
d." *', > ".r ri .... and No odor Use the '
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vacuums. Built in I central same day.

i r SINGER SEWING MACHINES":) vacuum cleaning systems.7121 f QUALIFIED>; CAPABLE REASONABLE All work'
New machines with stretch\ N. Main Gainesville. 3767110., ,
''stitches and built-in button-' TF ,gullrante ct: _

'V, r o holbf. Now 20 per cent off. --....--------- .# ,n' LARGE .OR 'SMALL ICCrsI: \ Phone tor'FREE
'Coleman's. Center. i
Sewing '.
.. NEEDS WORK:: ,la anyone .. *"" i esdmahM
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138 E. Call St. 964-8312 .
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.6..." T a,: ".., ?. rt. ." -a-+-,..---.:"----.. *,:* willing: to For let'them' :""Infoormation" t. 1.(' ') !EaJ 1i1Ii'H. t" ,, :.;.'" .. ,.

FOR SALE Breeding''age > ,- ........;; ,, ;
Words : contact' parole'officer. .
Enclose $2 ,For 20 needed, my '
Clip &. Return ,, : registered polled Hereford Mr.' McDowell at the. ,(t'i( ; t\ n (I'R' Block office .'' 'I I AM Safest Strvici.",.

*> t bulls. Jfl. Waimvrlght. Ph. Bradford County Courthoute.r 964-8286''' > 444 0' .ta"'e ...... ,
Deadline Noon Tuesday : 984-6210
5'.f?
Walnut
Cf ,. 7836.,1/18 4tchg 2/6 'Don Barnes.. 1/23 2tp 1/31 1 118 N. rl >n : 4 wi
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I Co-op ttrt Invites Application Girl Scouts1IaESelling !ft*. >;" LAWTEY: .by Elizabeth. ,Terry'" :. .,. we' ..,.. "It" .' I

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CookiesTo : .
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For 10th Youth Contest .
-, '" Ii t: .CHUnCII ACTIVITIES SCHOOL NEWS Mabel Harris of Maxville Riverside Hospital In' ,' St.'nior1.11 (lull hold a f
Finance : : ,Church of God classes .' in the ('11\' jiaii .
: Sunday The kindergarten were guests of Mr. and Mrs. sonville over the
'l.iKleitrie: CoopcTulKe, Rural Electric Cooperatives # "I I> School 10 a.m. Worship SerWednesday will present a play'' for the Harold Eunice on Sunday. Mrs. Fred Moore ,' l>' and .It"'li'd'' Ihrs ,.",
hit. has: ..mnouiieetl its:.! loth Association. Activities ,..vices II a.m. and school on Friday morning Mrs. Marian Hall of Jacksonville Mamie Lou ing> olliceus! f lor t hey ear: ",
.IIII..UI1Yuulh' Tour to The contest requires a 500-! :', 7:30: pm.YPE January 31, at 8:45.: There willbe Beach, and Mrs. Cora Starke visited Mrs. President. Susan, .
\\.."IUIlt-:1: UII Conies! for high 750 word essay on one of five iOn l\k, *Faith Baptist Church: two performances one at Hodges of Macclenny, and a daughter Mrs. Mary .': Vice Pies.' Keiint i\
ath/sd, eleytmlh graders:.!. topics related to rural electric Tuesday January' 28,. Radio Program over WPXE 8:45: and one at 9:30.: Parents friend visited their sisters and in Riverside Hospital, : "\\';' Cou lull. Denm 1 : '
limners ol the contest will cooperatives. An information Girl Scouts throughout northeast -";y Starke 8 a.m. Sunday. Bible and friends of kindergarten brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. sonville, on Thursday. I: SeeieUu.v, \ : Joint'
leiiiM1 "" all-exps'nse paid packet with the contest rules Florida began taking .School, 10 a.m. Worship children are especially in O. J.Anders, and Mrs. Hester Mr.and Mrs. Wayne : and -tc'jMiiUr, l Refit!'
liip In Ilu- nations t'apitol and resource information is orders for the Gateway Girl .Services*, 11 ..10.' and 7:30 vited. Hicks, Tuesday afternoon. and son of Starkc ,>>'.
ilui uiu: until Week Juno! KU.luimnn mailed to contestants after an Scout Council's Annual Cookie p.m; Prayer Meeting Wednesday Mitch Williams, Angle Cole- Les McClellan returned Sunday dinner guests !
./ : hundreds ol other application is received at the at 7:30 p.m. Bible Study;. man and Shelly Sikes are this home from Riverside Hospital grandparents, Mr, !
\OIIMK: people Irom Ihioutihout RelationDepartment Sale.For this area Mrs. Ann .Grace United Methodist:; week's physical education Jacksonville on Saturday Carl Prevatt.Mr. DRIVE-I11 1
llunuiiUiN', the youths uIIIsee in Keystone Godwin of Starke is serving as 'Sunday School 9:45: a.m. student leaders. Plans are after having been there and Mrs. S. L.
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tlii-ir "lo\! eminent in Heights. cookie Chairman. Worship Services, 11 a.m.'and also being made for a flag since Wednesday.Mr. .< and sons of : ,
,\ition" ,b\ VIM 1 I inn the House! Applications can be pickedup Customers may order their 6:30: p.m.. United Methodist football game 'with another and Mrs. Robert Lee were Sunday guests
.mil Senate lining/ the exenl'llleil at any of the Coop'ssix favorite cookies from a selection Fellowship, 6:30: pm.: Choir school in the county.Congratulations visited their parents, Mr. and grandparents, Mr. and 301 S. Stark. ,,
Wetk.. Other visits Will district offices or by writing to of six varieties. This yeara Practice, 7:30: p.m. on Wednesday -. to Mr. and Mrs. G. L.. Peterson, of F. 'Robertson and
,iu-bile\ the White House U. S. Clay Electric Coop Youth new sesame crisp joins to .. Mrs. Charles Tatum on the Dowling Park, on Sunday.Mr. Mrs. Edith Swinney: | FRI & SATthe f::
MipiiMi'f: Com I Building, Tour Contest P. O Box 308, other kinds. The crisp varies Dr. Ira Conley, director of birth of a baby girl. Mrs. and Mrs.'Andy Harveyof the afternoon they
\1 hll lull Cemetery. Smith- Keystone Heights Fla. 32656. from tradition as a cracker to Alachua County Mental Tatum is currently on leave Perry, were Tuesday overnight -' Mark Swindell's .' '
iii 1.111 llist indc. Lincoln undlilleison Application deadline is be served with cheese or at a' Health Association, Gaines- from her third grade teaching guests of their parents, served Ice cream and story ot
:Mi'iuoiials and the! March 1. Essays must be sub- party. The other favorites are ville,will be the speaker at the position at Lawtey. Mr. and Mrs.. Charles Mrs.' R. W. two bet-on-iijjthlng guyS
I 1".I"IIi1I.I.I.S.i scot-teas, thin mints and United Methodist Women PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. Casey Dobbs, sonville.w ere weekend
savannahs. met at the home of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Pringleof Charles and Buddy Dobbs of her parents, Mr Nme1hlr3(called
GF Assets Now The cookies will continue to Shirley Newport on Tuesdaywith Worthingtai Springs,. were Jacksonville were dinner Bennett Wilkison Sr. II"wlnnllW s're.u. .""
have snack packs in certain 14 members present. guests of tneir sister,,'Mrs. guests of their parents, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Gene
I varieties. Mrs: Frances Hamilton, vice Pierce Crews, on Wednesday.Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs, on visited relatives In
Exceed f 66 Million Only registered Girl Scoutsare president, presided. After a .and Mrs. Terry Futch of Sunday.Mr. and South Carolina for
eligible to solicit cookie brief business meeting, they Jacksonville Beach, are the .and Mrs Charlie Brown' of their vacation.
orders and each scout will be had a pledge service by Mrs. proud parents of a son, Dean of Thaxton, Miss., were Tues- Mr. and Mrs. Paul
i.UNKSVILLE: : Assets of University Branch at the Main identified by her uniform or Hamilton using Matthew Richard, born Jan. 20 in day overnight guests of their and David, of St. .
(.init.ml: ; \' federal Savings Office, Susan Groom was scout pin. Persons who wish to 253440.: Articles were read Memorial Hospital, Jackson uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. spent Sunday with '
and Loan' Association of named head teller Ann order cookies and are not con- telling where the money ville. Paternal grandmother is Lea McClellan, parents; Mr. and \
(.iainesMllo have"" grown from Halloran was named loan tacted may call 964-7369 to would be used. Meeting then Mrs. Joyce Futch of Black- Mr. and Mrs.: Lane Carter' Carter and Mrs. lDJu'U! POMS.PMAVi510h''I'I P / h.kr." '
$::1 n; million to over $OB millionas .coordinator and Colleen Dice place their orders. adjourned and refreshments shear, Ga. Maternal grand- and family of Gainesville, Dinkins,
ol liv. 31. 1974 President was named statistician, The cookie sale is a council- were served by the hostess mother is Mrs. Janice Brown, were Sunday' guests of their Mr. and Mrs. Edward
B. I''. :Mi/ell. Jr. told GF mem- wide service project in which assisted by Mrs. Mary of Jacksonville Beach. Miss mother Mrs. Lois Carter. and family were PLUS
lieis al I heir annual meeting girls and adults join togetherto Frances Kelly and Mrs. IdeU Elizabeth Terry spent Mon Mr. and Mrs. I very Thompson dinner guests of their I?
J.n.13/ l; held in the main office Anti-Water. earn profits for the develop- Boyette.. day to Friday with Terry and returned home from Mr. and Mrs. B.., L. Easy Rider
al ?>?>(U> :N..; Main Street in ment and maintenance of the The next meeting will be
(:iainesville.Al I (From Page 1) four council-owned camps: held Feb. 4 at the church sons.Miss Susan Williams of

the meeting it was announced water project. This Invest- Camp Chowenwaw, located Rev.John Steitz came home Jacksonville, was a guest of
that Philip W Clark ment will be lost if the water near Green Cove Springs; from the hospital on Wednes- Mr.and Mrs. Willie Dobbs and FLORIDA Sun & Mon
has been designated assistant project is defeated. Camp Chanyata, '. near St. day and had to return the family Friday to Tuesday. '
In",am,,, h manager; at the Starke Opponents of the water Augustine, Camp Kateri at same night to North Fla: Other guests were Wayne "
Hi'a m'h. system claim the Council did Orange Springs and Camp Regional Hospital, Gainesville Gustafson of Green Cove Fri Sat &, Sun, M
11.11'1'Dunl'an.i A. J, not give sufficient notice thata Neyati at Camp Blanding. for a few days for further Springs, and Miss Margie mica ici
'Ihomas.; JI'? Doyle Conncr.Thllll1.IS ten per cent utility tax would Profits also provide treatment. Denman, of Melrose on
1 \\'. Dobson and Fred have to be levied to obtain the scholarships and camperships Highland Baptist Church: Sunday.Mr. 4 cNwsAN
.\. l'ul1lrl'lIt'rt! elected as project, and that some of for girls and council program Sunday School 9:45: a.m. and Mrs. Virgil Griffis v
ill i'ci'tors for three year those who signed up for the equipment to enrich troop Worship Services 11 a.m. and and family, and Mrs.Maines NEYPR00llClWrite' '
lei'in*. water service were not awareof activities. Troops participating 6 p.m. Prayer Meeting Griffis and children of '
Subsequent to the meeting this fact. in the sale also receive a Wednesday 7 p.m. Palatka, were Sunday dinner LIEF .
nl members" the present ofliceis Bids on the water projectare profit, depending on the Northslde Baptist Church: guests of their mother, Mrs. .rIHED11iCK''I
I ol GF; were reelected scheduled to be opened at number of boxes sold by the Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Nellie Wilkinson and sister,
for another term and the additional a special Council meeting at troop. Troop bonus money is Worship Services 11 a.m. and Mrs. Daisy Boch, and Lynn. GoMBorTKHMCOIOR q '
lesponsibiht of branch 2:30: p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 11. used for troop activities, camp 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting Mrs. Elsie Norman was a
iiHirdinator' ( I was placed on Robertson, the newly trips and equipment.Commission. ., Wednesday, 7 p.m. .Sunday overnight guest of her p '
\ue-l'resident Ralph E. Ir. elected Councilman moved to Members of the church are mother, Mrs. LissTe Starling, ON
\ine .Also according to Lawtey in 1972 from Jackson- very happy to have new of Jacksonville. While there H
:Mi/ell.( Ihomas B. Hury was ville, where he was employedas padded pews new lighting she also visited her brother-in- ...uMralrtDlSWanMU1eNW No.aNIIt
named assistant: ,comptroller a timber estimator for system, and stained glass 'law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.. CWNHMOaniyFMlUlm ,
1. It \\'Hd", Ill'll'IIS named Jacksonville Veneer Box Co. Sets windows installed in the sanc A. B. Wainwright Sr. PLUS
l branch manager ol the West (From tuary. .Mr. and Mrs J. C. Tye were TIIII IIIU.IClUI c0''
/ Prior .to that he lived in Page 1) ...
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Rev. and Mrs. Jimmy guests of their son-in-law and .
Miami where he was a painting .l'tf Y--I ..... t. J1ie
of just one-fourth as is the ...
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contractor, a trade he has Parrish attended Evangelistic daughter, Mr. Mrs. ...-.. .
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Plant Now !\ followed on a part-time basis case this year. The federal Conference at Tampa Monday 'Tommy Talley and son, of *' t' \.- /
since moving to Lawtey. government put dollars in the through Wednesday. South Daytona on Sunday. ...AbseJjt-mfncfecl Poor ragons.
EMC program for three years They also visited their son and .
For A Beautiful Sprin with' the county due to take daughter-in-law,Mr. and Mrs. M-Ia IIJIJIO\AS1AOISIII8UhOfICOIOC C's> D.vtsao*. [ Wenseanc

1 1'1 over after that."Recently Rep. Frank Williams, JO- John C. Tye, Jr. and family
M 6AY i.I Reynold'sAluminum there has been Starke, is that the governor while there.
considerable publicity about wishes the special act wouldbe Mrs.Evie Godwin, and Mrs. ..
the hospital and its amended to take his
away
problems, Bryan'continued.. appointive duties. In I fact;

a Clop flecyhu} Vpt; "As'street the usual Hospital talk' as publicity Board It was meeting labeledat breeds Rep.would Williams like to, give'''the told up governor the all commissioners local- CX)tMIN)( 1 E k'H' .. EAf IN GDOCKET'NO.74761TP

Tuesday night Jan.21)), and .
Set Here Each appointive duties. Williams .. } ...
soon it is very difficult to \ 'I" ..& .
SEED fact arrived late at the meeting .
from
separate fiction. Friday, but said he had just ,
Tuesday InFebruary Bryan pointed to the following talked to Harvey Cotten, aide
facts, as they appear to him, to Gov. Askew.
POTATOES and have him concerned: Attorney Shaw told the FLORIDA PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
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-The BCH
administratorhas
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board he is confident the
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resigned and the director ;
.of nurses is acting in that commission has authority, t o. ,. _, .
The February schedule for under its home rule powers, to
1Be capacity.The amend the special act. FLORIDA STATE TELEPHONE
Ib Reynolds mobile aluminum hospital owes $63,000, COMPANY.
recycling unit has four stops has $25,000 in its checking
planned for Starke. account and $500,000 in bills. 10 _r H and
Bushel. 5.19 Citizens will receive cents owed which the
BCH accountant Camper in sleeping bag: "If ALLOTHER INTERESTED
a pound for aluminum scrapon says contributes in great this is the bosom of Mother PARTIES
100 Ibs. 13.95 every Tuesday from 9:30: part to I computer problems Nature, she could do with a
a.m. to 11 a.m. at Bradford which have delayed the billing little padding" 'hearings NOTICE In Is Docket hereby No given 74761-TP that an Examiner! designated by the Florida PublicSer: \'i ice Commission( will' h"lil)pal.ht,.....'.
XTRA SPECIALFor Square US-301. process. (ID4InG..rdl) at the time and place designated hl'r'inhl'lulilt' Petition "I| VI"I'I"i l sorre7nofapV 11I1., i
for | i
310,477 all-aluminum cans "From the aura of Tues- authority to Increase.lts rates and ,'haI'Ii sothatitwillhayctheuplxirlutinytriers/, lI. rate
Pasture & Lawn were purchased last month in day night's (Jan. 21) meeting <* rnO Jii TiiiriJ <" IT ** annual gross revenues of$282,372lit 9.2t per the cent on Its August[ 31. 1944. ,year, end rate>" '"i' which will ,produce. :nbf, .I.,uald I, 1
Starke for 202485. there has been some serious following time and pla'c ., .
RYE GRASS Reynolds' recycling conflicts and lack of cooperation ;&J li o-l1ww i*
program is interested solely in among the board I

SEED ''b29c aluminum aluminum cans.scrap All and-aluminum all- members.-One board member whose Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson 10:00 a.m.C.S.T''Wednesday; February 19, 1975. '" '

cans are light seamless, in Live Oak last Satur- ;
term has expired has not yet were '
50 Ib bag 13.49 non-magnetic and can be been replaced by the gover day visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joe Holmes' County Courthouse ;, ; .

crushed easily by hand.d nor... "and I was told by his Jordan and family.Mr. 201 North Oklahoma .. '
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office Wednesday (Jan.22)
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1975 Ortho' that several names have been and Mrs. John Hartley Florida ; .
GARDENBOOK. I submitted and the Governorhas and sons, and Jimmy Dowlingof ,Bonifay. 32425 .
not made a decision yet. I Jacksonville visited their and9:30a.m.Friday .'- :. j-,
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have no idea whose names mother, Mrs. Margie '
have been submitted, other Dowling, Sunday.. '
,.. February 19.75 '
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d-' than the incumbent memo ,"
ber's. Neither do I know whoor Local admittances to Brad- '\' Bradford Courthouse ."
County
i NURSERYAZALEAS. r what groups have done the ford County Hospital this h:

rJ"': S.Ru!)S'L.EIS submitting." Bryan referredto week include: Mrs. Pennie 'Starke Florida 32091 .!v f:-.'
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the reappointment or Corbitt Mrs. Anne Cooper
replacement of six-year Leonard Gilpin, William ,
$1" hospital trustee George Wentz John Powell, Mrs.Matilda .
1p4 Gatlin, Balous Ed-
I If' a Shuford.
VIBERNUM S1" rll'lCe..fl "With the financial situation wards, Milton Bell, Paul PURPOSE OF HEARING ..
Buran Mrs. Leona'Mathews
and internal turmoil ,
PITTOSPORUM 51 with an ever increasing coupled Mrs. Ruth Lee inSSKSSr'ftJiillHi"hearings shall be to permit the Petitioner to make ti presentation of IN tt'!limllnullci e ahdiitr
MurielGilhooly for a rate increase and to permit all witnesses II ho so desire Ihe .: ..
shortage of doctors- believethe Mrs. Eva Griffis Mrs. "oppn.' hinny t In give,
SINENSIN 1" Tired of a humdrum bits TT hospital could well be and Mrs. Lenore testimony regarding the proposed rate increase as well as the adequacy and theIuality'ofservicelx'ingr.'iideredhy) .' I
Ned some worthwhile in serious trouble.very" Fields, Starke; Mrs. Frances the telephone company to permit Intcr\'Coorslf any. actively participating In the) ,' "> present, c, [den,'e. UII.I., IiI
$ goalsrr' Mrs. Rebecca .conduct cross-examination of all witnesses at the conclusion of IIwlr testimony
Gaudette
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ROSES At that point Bryan ...
311I Want pact and content- recommended the transfer of Dockery, Mrs. Vesta 'Aiken,
I mint? authority to appoint hospital Kenneth Street and Mrs. PUBLIC WITNESSES PROCEDURE

"meaningful"Want "NEW"lifcrr and the trustees from commission.the governor to stone Lavenla Heights Lamoreaux; Mrs. ,Bertie Key The procedure to be followed' at said hearing shall b be as follows: With respect to the hearing Keliru.iiv'' l''!'".
VEGCTABIE '
county the Forsyth, Raiford and Mrs. Petitioner shall give a brief summary of its case at Ihe outset. t'olloIng\ that members: the puMii- I Mull IKIK' 'r-
Word from office of Gov. ;
SffDS Worship with the happy Reubin Askew to Minnie i Johns, Hampton mitted to testify regarding the Petition. At the conclusion of the public witness lestiinonv.. the IVI dinner 1 shall Inn,
according
,
hundred who express present its testimony and exhibits in support of the Petition followed h>',cross-examination l b\' the Commission. j-l.iil
m. M w. their faith in God each
week at the First Baptist With respect to the hearing on February. Petitioner shall give a brief summon' ol its case lit'the i niitsu.
Large Selectionof Church of Stark Transparent Plastic Following that members of the public shall be permitted to testily regarding the Petition-ti the inclusion, III>| the i
public witness testimony,the Commission slaffahallconcludeitscrolls-exuniinalionifnecexsury: .

You hays to experienceittobelievtfitll
Vegetable '.

Hear our pastor preach Ea ,Although the Petitioner has proposed TARIFF.R'EVISIONS'certain revisions to its existing: (aril!' in order to gem-rule( theIditiiiiinl'revenues :."

Seeds for Winter th.ss Bible m....f.s sE the Commission is not bound by such proposals and will give consideration .o applying said, .! III\'IISI", i I if
authorized in the ildeems '
Sunday tngt9 any are manner fair. reasonable andpropcr.:

& Spring 11:00 A.M. Copies of Petitioner's proposed tariff revisions are available for inspection' lit the Commissions: ni.iin, llilil" '. TIKI
"TheTastsef Uf." South Adams Street,Tallahassee' Florida and at the!offices! of the Petitioner .


lOIIBANTIOl' 7:30 P.M. .- ,ADDITIONAL NOTICE ,
"Things Paul Knew" 1 "
'' ISI To assure that the public 'Is aware of the public hearing scheduled In this mutter, Florida .state- '1'.Jt'llhol1"i"\ ( .
"The Church with a Heart, ii,7r STORM < pany is directed to publish In a newspaper general circulation In its service urea on two Keuariite\ Kites
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In IN Heart*f Stark4 the scheduled hearing dates,quarter page advertisements setting forth fully I the time I and platen I the ixiMie Lu'inM-/
t r ,scheduled* the nature anrfscope of said hearing.Said notice l shall also! advise the public that |1111'>' ruays.,ituvtesfy "
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; at said hearing with respect to IIcnil'C.- and' the- I < ;" :
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Phone: '.4-45.aBENP.BKYANT ; .
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publication that such notices have been w'lthlhoComniiHKloitijribrttttbj'l-.ttniiiviii-i'iili-wl. : nflf? \
GARDENCENTER ; the public hearing '

Patter :At said time all interested! parties will be linn.an. opportunity to lx.>fully! hciird..
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