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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 6, 1975
Publication Date: 1888-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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LAKE BUTLER The Union County Commissionershas I,, s M 1I tyib LAWTEY "It's up to the people now," said Robert Scott Lawtey's newly elected

deferred action for two weeks on the appointment of a r or r t mayor, after breaking a tie to allow two weeks to obtain 192 "user's agreements", requiredby

Road Superintendent to replace long-time employee +, n-1: ( Sk ., ,l, r Farm Home Administration, and refusing Monday night to outright kill the city's

George Langley after the commissioners were told by citi-- chances of obtaining a $414,000 water system

zen taxpayer Richard Pernini that the "whole thing kinda '4 "With the utility tax there is no way in the' world you can get enough signatures," said

smelled a little bit." u4 Councilman Ben McCulley..

"Does anybody know how you got three applications fora ,1 FHA's Bill Weathers sweetened the pot Monday by $100,000, offering the funds to f

job that you had never discussed in a meeting before?" ,Jt.Miss Lawtey an outright grant. Weathers and FHA's Don Taylor, both present at the meet- '

asked Richard Pernini of the county commissioners at ,4 ing, refused to lower either the $6 minimum or the 10 percent utility tax required by FHAto

their meeting Tuesday, February 4. finance the proposed water system.

"The first I knew about it a man came to me and appliedfor "With the utility tax there is can possibly be met Weathers use the FHA grant and loan

a job that I didn't even know existed," CommissionerPaul no way in the world you can began by telling the council. funds Weathers asked to be
r 9I '"We're: interested in the Cityof told so the funds can go( to
__ _Riherd___n_ renlied. 41 get enough signatures, said
s Councilman Ben McCulley. Lawtey but we're not another town.Councilman.
"When I asked him about it Andrew M. Jones of Gaines- FHA's Bill Weathers begging," Weathers said he, Spurgeon
he said the subject would ville applied for appointmentas sweetened the pot Monday by personally, recommended to Massey made the motion to
come up at the next meetingand Road Superintendent.Jones r $100,000, offering the funds to his superior in the FHA continue to pursue the $414,000
to mark his words that later submitted a letterto Lawtey as an outright grant. Gainesville office that the 'water system Councilman
there would be three votes fora the commissioners with- Weathers and FHA's Don $100,000 grant be offered the Barbara Jordan gave the
road superintendent: Well! I drawing his previous application. Lillian Stump receives congratulations from friends after the Chamber dinner Friday Taylor, both present at the city from funds another city second and Mayor Scott cast
marked his words all right night in which she was presented the 1974 Community Service Award. At left are Chamber meeting, refused to lower did not use.Should Lawtey not the deciding vote.
defeated the President Bill Glover and wife,Jane, and Mrs.Joyce Riherd.,
and he was right, there were Though on either the $6 minimum or the Tempers remained under
three votes for it," Riherd demotion of Langley and the 10 percent utility tax requiredby control during the meeting,
continued., creation of the new position of FHA to finance the Discussion Set even though the citizens present -
The commissioners, at their Road Superintendent, com posed water system."It pro- clearly had strong feel-
Jan. 9 meeting agreed to split missioner Riherd was suc- Lillian Stump Honored: takes a certain amountof On Unionization ings on the water issue.
duties of Road cessful the
the Superintendent getting appoint- dollars in the pot to operatethe
Milo Smith, for instance,
had
deferred until others
George Langley by ment "
for system, Weathers kept Of City Employees cleared up the issue over the
putting Langley in charge of the opportunity to apply telling the crowded roomful of
the
utility tax city was
the motor vehicle Inspection the position.The .
station and the upkeep of thecounty's board authorized the For Service people present. STARKE Unionization of required to pass to qualify for
Community Scott's swing vote kept the city employees and Chamber the FHA funds. Smith pinned
road and of notice in the '
equipment publication a .
of Little
water*system proposal alive sponsorship a League Attorney Gene Shaw down at
machinery and relieve him of Union County Times that
baseball team will be
for two more weeks.Weathers among first mention of the utility tax.
the duties of Road superintendent applications would be STARKE An "unselfishand Miss Stump is general man- has been! finance chairman for demanded a vote by the coun- .topics of discussion at the Under questioning the at-
thereby leaving an open- received for the position of continuing effort on ager and president of the past two years. She has cil Monday night on whether it regular monthly luncheon torney said he thought It was
ing for the appointment of Road Superintendent until behalf of our community" Stump's,. Inc., a department been an active member of theAmdt'ican wished to continue with the meeting of the Board of understood previously that a
someone else as Road Super- Tuesday, February 4, at 11 earned Lillian Stump the 1974 store today Thursday, Feb..6)) Red Cross since water system. Governors of the Bradford 10 percent utility tax will be

intendent. a.m., Community Service Award celebrating its 64th 'year of W4.8- hAY-toB, served as "If you vote 'no,' we'll say Chamber of Commerce today assessed on base electric and
-"As.result pf,the publicationof from,.the Bradford-Chamber' business in Starke In addition" t i"Mi orBfff1rrnaIn1sechiilrman> : .
i >r"viJently''tlietcreafion"of'the ? [ : ea "+ ThanlrVour4orhsr4ngtrM nQ.: .wTiulradav.beb .tp 6) .al.11:ll 5"phone bills,'onfuelotlcnifthe* 'I.f-,.... .a
position had never been that notice four more applications of Commerce last Friday to being a businesswoman %,[ and currently is president of go home. If you vote""Yes,' .m:.:ift'tJie;; Garden Restau. proposed water systemThetax
were filed with the night at the 28th annual dinner Miss Stump is currently '1 the local rant..
discussed in an open meeting' presi- chapter.A they get a committee and cir- will apply to all residents
of the board and was under- commissioners. The applicants meeting of the chamber heldin dent of the Bradford Chapter member of the First Pres- culate the verification peti- 1975 committee assign whether they sign up for the
taken without the full know- were: Lester Perry- the Starke Woman's Club. of the American Cancer byterian Church of Starke, tions." ments will also be made by water or not.
ledge of all members of the man, Dewey G. Addison, J. Selected from nominations Society. She has worked for Miss Stump served three Weathers said the system as new President Bill Glover. Six Shaw said the utility tax
Melvin Snyder and Jimm submitted civic the Cancer Society for the past now is for 200 cus- new governors: Dale Brown,
commission. of Lake Butler. by organizations terms as deacon and one termas proposed could be reduced after a yearor
In addition to the verbal Beasley, all churches, and clubs, 10 years, and is the local chap- chairman of deacons. She tomers, but he said FHA will Dr. Richard Odom, Mrs. two and a reserve was built
application made to com- After Clerk Robert Driggersread Miss Stump's service over the ter's vital force in fund raising was elected an elder of the be satisfied with 192 user's Lillian Pearson, Gerald up on the repayment schedule,
missioner Riherd for a non- each of the letters of past 20) or more years was drives. church, one of the first womento agreements, or a few less Williams, Elzie Sanders, andJ. but that FHA approval wouldbe
existent position prior to application to the board described by Chamber Execu- Active in the Bradford serve in that capacity. She possibly. E. Tomlinson, will be wel- required. Weathers said he
January 9, three written commissioner Clyde Crews tive John Myers, who pre- County Hospital Auxiliary, presently serves the church as There is more demand for comed to the board. knew of but two cases in the
applications were filed with said, "I don't think we need a sented the award, as "above Miss Stump served as its an elder and trustee. the services the Farm Home The board of governors will state in which FHA has
the board. The dates on those (See Page 4)) and beyond the call of duty." president for two years and (See Page 4) Administration provides than (See Page 4)) refused to allow a reduction.
letters nf nnnlif.n t Inn In. The tax, la efffwttvA July -1,
dicated that other applicantswere 1975.
aware that somethingwas Smith said the utility tax

to take place. on January Scott Elected Shaw issue is what is killing chancesfor
9. Mayor Dumped the water system. "We
On December 31, Jack D. weren't told about it," Smith
Crawford of Lake Butler stated.
applied for appointment as Weathers said FHA feels 192
Road Superintendent; on signatures on user agreements -
January 2, T. S. Thomas, Jr., which will verify the
of Lake Butler applied for ActionLAWTEY names on the list in the first
Mrs. Quits In
appointment as Road Superin- Jordan' Lawtey sign-up for the water,will be a
tendent and on January 8, good representation of the
-- citizens of Lawtey. It was disclosed -

i- In a tense, emotion The 'move caught the council to me,"Shaw said, adding Mr. cash balances of$101,992. The water funds are not being kept from Terwillegar Motors at at the meeting by the
II e oNnt irttr charged meeting Monday completely by surprise. The Robertson and Mr. McCulleywere city collected funds in 1974 in separately,, Bolton pointed 4992. FHA officials and of City
night the Lawtey City Com- move was met at first by com- not aware of the work he excess of expenditures to the -Reappointed Bud Barber Engineer Ralph Eng Sver-
mission seated its second anti- plete silence, then by the had done for the city. Shaw tune of over $30,000. Joe Bol- out.Decided to continue to ,city garbage collector on a drop & Parcel of Gainesvillethat
water member, elected clapping of one member of the said he had not done anything ton,of Purvis, Gray and Co. of lease a police car from King motion by McCulley, :secondedby Lawtey has 186 single
Robert Scott mayorcommissioner Concerned Citizens group. except what the council had Gainesville told the council Rentals in Jacksonville for Robertson. The Council family dwellings, 24 mobile
by the strength of his Mayor Scott said no action asked. that Clerk Lucille Shuford is $231 per month on a motion by agreed to ask Barber to work homes, 5 churches, 21 com-
own vote, named a new city will be taken on Mrs. Jordan's Welty agreed to attend doing a fine Job and that city McCulley The council out a schedule for pickups so mercial buildings, one school,
attorney on Scott's swing vote, resignation until the next council meetings for $20 per transactions are being ac- rejected two bids, from Bald- people will know when to put and three public buildings. It
then was stunned,by the re- meeting in hopes she will month the same amount acouncilman counted for properly. The win Chevrolet at $4,853 and out garbage. boils down to a possible 279
RUMMAGE SALE signation of Commissioner change her mind. Since the earns, plus $33, users, Eng said.
HOSPITAL AUXILIARY Barbara Jordan: meeting Mrs. Jordan has per hour for other work. Shaw Pro water forces admittedthe
Sat.ta.m. p.m. been urged to stay on the drew a $100 per month chances of getting 192
Corner Walnut A Scott, a veteran councilman council until the outcome of retainer plus making other Unpaid Utility Accounts signatures is slim. Only 34
refused to let the town'sproposed
W. Madison Sts. die the water issue. charges to the city when askedto persons returned verification
------ water system Her resignation was not do extra work. agreements FHA mailed out
Little Women's voting with pro-water commissioners submitted on the spur of the "didn't you say.." Scott to confirm the original signup -
SOCK HOP Jordan and moment, Mrs. Jordan, said asked Shaw "No," Shaw Weathers said.
Sat.. Feb. 15 Massey, anti-water Com-and after the meeting. "I could see replied, then added, "I did say Frustrate City FathersSTARKE Attorney Shaw pointed out
t!30-12p.m. missioners Ben McCulley how things were going." l Mrs., that,but upon reflecting on it I the $100,000 grant can be usedto
John Robertson
11.00l"r person opposing.With 'Jordan said she could not can't agree." The unfinished reduce the amount of the
Club house the remainder of the accomplish anything on the conversation was apparently Frustrationarose expected "There's nothingyou mobile home, Edwards said loan. With the city putting up
------ council evenly devided pro dividcouncil. in reference to a discussion on,' again Tuesday night as can do about it." since all the MH's are servedby 70000. as it agreed to do to
CARWASH and con over the water, Scott rates in which Shaw refused to' Starke city commissioners Commissioners Vernon a common system with the keep the minimum at $6, and
Saturday, Feb. IS found himself the swing man "I will not have the people' come down to Welty's figures."It passed around the table a list Silcox and Jimmy McRae said park owner paying the bill.. FHA giving the city $100,000, a
a.m.-Jp.m.. in every issue. say I did it either way/ said of 25 delinquent utility accounts the board had been over the Mayor Schaefer exploded at balance of $244,000 is left from
$l.50BHS He voted for himself for Scott of his vote to keep the would be saying I'm not" totaling $1,568. entire matter before, clearly hearing that. "I expect you to the $414,000 proposal. Eng
Parking Lot mayor-commissioner after water system alive for two worthy what I've been paid, New Commissioner Marc showing they were tired of have him cut off in the mor- said his firm forecasts a lower
Sponsored by being nominated by McCulleyand weeks while 192 signaturesare Shaw said. talking about it. ning," Schaefer said and got bid price than that since 33 ,
Jackson at thecity's
supported by Robertson.Mrs. sought for user's agree- First item of business Mon-, chipped away I
Junior Honor Society "Let's either shut or do support from Gas Supt. Bill bidders have inquired about
do up
resistance to
------ Jordan had nominated ments from the list of those day night was the reorganization -, about to decreasethe anything something about it." McRae White that the water line couldbe ,the project. Pressed by Mrs.
BREADBAKINO Masser for a second term. who signed up for the water asrequired session which has been delinquent trying accounts. Clerk said, obviously frustrated. He disconnected to the one Abbie Massey, the engineer
In One Lesson provided the third and by FHA."That's postponed a month until an
Easy Merrill Edwards said he and moved to approve the write- mobile home. predicted a $350,000 figures ,,
vote to where the water is election the Pete Smith
Feb. deciding' appoint on
Monday. 10 will be submitted
off list. The motion carried 3.1 :
7Mp.m. Starke Attorney Richard E. now. It's In the hands of the vacancy had been held., his staff know most of the persons with Commissioner Harold In other action Tuesday McCulley pointed out that
At Vo-Tech Center Welty as city attorney after a people. That' why I voted for Robertson, a leader in the who repeatedly are delinquent Epps opposing; night, the city commission: when the committee goes doorto
off then send
cut
Sponsored By motion by McCulley. The it," Mayor Scott said. Concerned Citizen's grouC' another, are member of, the familyto Mayor Charles Schaefer -Turned bids for a new door in the next two weeks
Starke 7th move replaced Attorney Gene In a statement after the 3-0 was sworn in Monday
Day for utilities. If a customer suggested the commissionersthink bucket truck for the Utilities for user's agreements that i
Adventist Church Shaw: vote to name Welty city attorney. the council's first action.In sign up what
with such a history is about what can be done Department over to the power citizens cannot be told "
------ "Now, you-all can have my .Attorney Gene Shaw said other action Monday he doesn't and make suggestions at the plant bond trustees and Utilities might happen on the system. '
recognized, get
PANCAKE SUPPER regisnation too, Mrs. Jordan he was caught In the water night, the council: '
up utilities the clerk said. next meeting on Feb. 18. For Committee for evaluation. All the committee can say is
Tue Feb. 11 softly stated, pushed back her issue. -Received a favorable "That's discrimination the second time, Silcox opposed Apparent low bid combination that a 10 percent utility tax
5:30.7p.m.Adults chair and> left the meeting "I know what has happenedlhanges audit report for 1974 showing against people you know," such a discussion, was a truck from Terwillegar will be imposed on everybody
$1.75ChlMrn75c. Jackson said.Pushing ''Charles, we've been throughthat. Motors$8.CI7Owith an Altec and that a $6 water minimum
the Jackson ." Corp. Birmingham, Ala., will be charged for the first
Raiford'Council point,
C: Meeting To S econd
(CI Yrs. Under) Mondayboth
), asked about if quicker cut offs Jackson objected to doing bucket assembly for $19,194. 3,000 gallons used.
St.Marks i nothing about the delinquent Pitman Manuf. Co., Hialeah After a lengthy; discussion:
would Edwards said the
help.
RAIFORD Raiford The change was made at the of the bodies
The municipal
Pariah House ,
accounts, asking what is the Fla. bid $24,293 on the entire between Att fey Shaw and
Town Council changed its date request., of council I attorney met' at the same date and ,, city cuts off as quickly as
Sponsored By use of having a hardship case unit, both truck and bucket Engineer Eng it was decidedto
other towns.
area
Church Youth and time of meeting to ac- Richard E. Welty who was lime,, Baker the scheduled
assembly. _
committee If nothing was to be EquipmentCo. postpone
"All cities are losing some
'Group' 'comodate time schedule, of its appointed'' Monday' night fTii Raiford ,. on bad accounts" the 'done Jackson and Epps are ., St.,Pete. bid $28,. and Feb.11 bid opening until afterit
attorney' Richard E, Welty. February' to represent the council quickly' money
1 ; the hardship committee.: :$26,035 on two- used units.: is determined if the committee -,,
said.
clerk He
veteran
eliminated city '
c--. Until further notice regular ,Lawtey City Council, replacing the attorney'sjammed Baldwin '
Chevrolet bid $saa3'on : can ,
meetings) of the Raiford Town former, attorney,, Eugene time schedule by said he showed Starke coun- Showing the difficulty of the nee's agree '1menD. \
truck
required 192
(Tiff, (Cotnmunitu Council will be held m J the F. Shaw., ,unanimously advancing their ,cUmen that write-offs totaled problem to regulate Clerk .
eta second Monday of each month regular monthly meeting date I lees than $10,000 last year Edwards used the example of -Was told by McRae that a "
It hank ,beginning at 7 p.m. The council -'' Welty.ID order to be present to the second Monday of each :compared to $1 ,million in a resident in a trailer park concrete: slab baa not yet been "I will get out and ask the i
:'4., .Aecilwb rigrirwN" .W had previously been meeting for the regular" monthly meetings -,, month, nuking It possible for; ? sales. who is !several months behindon poured for* portable gener-1 people ton up," said Mayor
"' ,_l.rr on the first Monday of of both councils said that Welty to attend the meetings Edwards defends that his utilities. There is no ator at the City water tank to Scott. "It's up to the people,',*, d
'_ .p.n .a C_. each month at a p.m. something had,to give: since of both councils:, record as excellent, and to be way to cut off water to the See Page 4) he repeated. '

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Repeat Debra. Henry Vows And Jan.Representative 19 In Lake Butler Frank Ceremony Williams Ae fflte Jf !

the.table was a three tiered { I.f 64.fide 4 w{)

wedding cake topped with the
wedding bells that were usedon Wool Society &/ito '

the bride's parents wed- ...... ________ .____ _. _
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ding cake. Mrs. Harold God-
win cut the cake and serving
punch were Mrs. J. M. Dianne Gaskins BCH Auxiliary Sweetheart
Howard, Jr. and Mrs. Emerson -
Perry of Lake Butler. Honored At Two Rummage Sale BanquetSet
The couple is residing at
Crystal Lake.Woman's. Bridal PartiesMiss Set SaturdayThe For Feb. 15

On Saturday, Feb. 15! ,. the
Club Dianne Gaskins,whose 3rd Annual Sweetheart
marriage to Jimmy Brown Bradford County Banquet will be held at the
will be event of Feb. 7 fit Hospital Auxiliary will hold a
an was dNY Starke Armory starting at
To Have Fine Feb..
honored at two parties in the rummage sale Saturday, 6:30: p.m. Special speaker for
8, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the
week.
past the evening will\ be Ron Reilly
Arts ProgramThe of S. Walnut and W
Mrs. Janet Turner and corner from Jacksonville.\ Special
daughters, Vicky and Kay, Madison streets. music will be presented by the
Fine Arts Department, a kitchen shower for
1;. tai gave "Glory Road Quartet" ol
with Mrs. A. J. Barry as s Miss Gaskins on Friday night GaskinsBrown Middleburg.Those .
chairman and Mrs. R. A. Jan. 24 at the Turner home. invited to attend are
Green Sr., cochairman, will Games and prizes were I Wedding Feb. 7 young people in 7th grade
be in charge of the program at enjoyed by the guests followedby through college and career.
'l,' the luncheon-meeting of theWoman's refreshments. Miss Linda Dianne Gaskins Cost of the banquet is $3 each
'faf p r Club of Starke on Among the 30 guests invitedto and Jimmy Lawrence Brown and tickets must be purchasedin
Wednesday Feb. 12, at 12:15: attend between the hours 8 will be married Friday, Feb. advance.
c.r p.m.Hostesses 1- and 10 o'clock were Mrs. 7, at 8 p.m. in the First Tickets may be obtained
with Mrs. Barry Wayne Douglas, mother of the '-" .. Christian Church. from Bulhngton's Studio and
and Mrs. Green will be: Mrs. SinclairChastainEngagement honoree and Mrs.Carl Brown, The place for the receptionhas Wishbone Chicken.
,M. A. Baldwin, Mrs. John mother of the prospective Edwards -Hazen been changed from the Portraits will be taken b.s
w7 Griffin E. A. Hall Mrs.E. .
Mrs. ,
Told groom.The Starke Golf and Country Clubto Bullmgton's starting at 6iJ:\(
W. Hodges Jr., Mrs. M. R. hostesses presented the the Woman's Club of
Wedding April 26
Judd. Mrs. E. K. Perryman, honoree with a measuring p.m.Dress
: Mrs. Clyde Sinclair announces Starke which will immediately for the banquet is
Mrs. T. H. Slade, Mrs. H. L. the engagement and spoon corsage and a trash can follow the wedding "Sunday best" or ,semi-
and Miss Della Rosen- Mr. and Mrs. Carl Edwardsof
Speer of her filled with kitchen linens and formal.
approaching marriage ceremony.
Brooker the
4: berg. daughter, Martha Evelyn,:to kitchen gadgets as a memento engagement and announce approaching All friends and relatives are The banquet chairman is
7wf 4 Thomas Carlton Chastain, son .of the occasion. invited to attend. .Gary Wheeler \964-6490!
fiai marriage of their daughter,
c Deborah Glicco of Mr.and Mrs. Carlton Chas ------ Sandra Elaine, to Jack Edward
tain, all of Starke. Miss Sin' Hazen, Jr., son of Mr.
clair is also the daughter On Saturday Miss Gaskinswas
Gene W. Pass and Mrs. Jack. Hazen of
the late Clyde Sinclair. honored at a bridesmaids Starke.
i To Wed Mar. 15 The bride-elect, a graduateof luncheon given by Mrs. S. C. Miss Edwards is a 1974 gra .p
Bradford High School, Harley Jr., Miss Jacque duate of Bradford High School
Debra Henry, daughter of :Mrs, David Bound\ I ot Mr. and Mrs. James D. graduated from Florida State Gaskins and Mrs. A. R. and is attending Lake City 0 9sayy
Mr. and Mrs. -Jerome Johns Starke .er\'t d us matron of Glicco, Sr., of Fairbanks, University where she receiveda Gaskins at the home of the Nursing College.Mr. .
and Frank Williams, son of honor. She More a long green announce the engagement and degree in Interior Design. latter. Hazen graduated from
Mr. and Mrs. Mack L. double-knit jacket-dress and approaching marriage of their She was also a member of The buffet table was cen- Bradford High School in 1973
Williams, were united in carried a single long stem red daughter, Deborah, to Eugene Alpha Delta Pi sorority and is tered by an arrangement of and is employed with Pine Air
marriage Sunday afternoon, rose. Willard Pass, son of Mrs., presently an Associate red and white carnations. The Farms, Inc. of Lake Butler. ?
Jan.19 at 4 p.m.at the home of The bride wore a long gown Willard Pass and the late Mr. member of the National individual dining! tables were The wedding is planned for Q
the bride's grandparents, Mr. with pink and green hand Pass of Starke. Society of Interior Designers. centered with bud vases hold- April 26.Joalyce.
and Mrs. J. M. Howard, Sr. in print design featuring an The wedding will take place Mr. Chastain graduatedfrom ing red and white carnations.The .
Lake Butler. Rev. Ben Bryantof empire waist long sleeves Saturday, March 15, at 3 p.m. Bradford High School 12 guests attending WWA
the First Baptist Church, and scallops at the bottom of in Ridgeview Baptist Church, and Santa Fe Junior College.At included the bridal atten- Williams, d
Starke, performed the nuptials the skirt. She carried a nose- Gainesville. present he is employed by dants, Mrs. Wayne Douglas, 5400 Model e:
gay of pink roses, white the Alachua County PropertyAppraiser's mother of the honoree, Mrs. Wohlganuth
Soft background music was pompoms and baby's breath.A HomemakersMeet office in Gaines- Carl Brown and Mrs. S. C. Heavy DutyWasher
provided by a stereo. reception was also held at ville. Harley, Sr., grandmother of
The couple repeated their the Howard home. Guests Thursday Feb. 13 The wedding will be an the honoree. Married Jan 31
vows before the fireplace were greeted at the door by event of Sunday, April 6 at Miss Gaskins presented
where the mantel was cen- Mr. and Mrs. Howard., The Starke Homemakerswill 2:30: p.m. in the First United personal gifts to her atten-
Mr.and Mrs W. H. Graham
tered with a colorful arrange- The bride's table was meet Thursday, Feb. 13, Methodist Church in Starke dants during the luncheon. announce the, marriage of Regular Low Price
ment of gold, rust and pink covered with a white cutwork with a reception following in
at in the
10 a.m. Agriculture their
flowers. cloth and centered with an Building. the church Fellowship Hall. Mrs. W. T. Jackson Graham daughter Williams, to Joalyce RichardC. '239"
Mr. Williams attended his arrangement of red roses and All friends and relatives are of
baby's breath. At one end of invited to attend. Wohlganuth son HarryC. '
son as best man., Birthday HonoreeMrs. Wohlganuth of Adrian $2fl Down Payment
Mich. Or Rebate
.m n d 4 l ;"n !; w o ;,,S h r .W. T. Jackson, Sr. was $215"
complimented at a family The candlelight ceremonytook
.. tr Z' r r'a! # t cookout and party Saturday place in the bride's homein
q "g J night, Jan. 25 celebrating her St. Petersburg on Jan. 31 at Sawyer-Slade
birthday given at the home of 8 p.m. in the presence of the
1, 1 Mr. and Mrs. Marc Jacksonon immediate family and close Cam fr Rppliancva
,' t t Mimosa Drive. friends with a' reception
.. r Helping to celebrate the following also at .the home. 332 W. Madison Starke 964-7701
.r and Mrs. '" -'""" -MN j.tafcj H
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Debra Henry And Representative Frank Williams


Repeat Vows Jan. 19 In Lake Butler CeremonyDebra fflte Jf !

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the table was a three tiered 64.ide
wedding cake topped with the

wedding bells that were usedon & or, '
the bride's parents wed-
ding cake. Mrs. Harold God- .- .. --
win cut the cake and serving
punch were Mrs. J. M Dianne Gaskins Sweetheart
Howard, Jr. and Mrs. Emerson BCH Auxiliary

Perry of Lake Butler. Honored At Two Banquet Set'
Rummage Sale
The couple is residing at

Crystal Lake.Woman's. Bridal PartiesMiss Set SaturdayThe For Feb. 15

On Saturday, Feb. 1&. the
Club Dianne'Gaskins,whose -
3rd Annual Sweetheart
marriage to Jimmy Brown Bradford County
will be held at the
Banquet
will be of Hospital Auxiliary will hold a
To'Have Fine an event Feb. 7, was at
Starke Armory starting
honored at two parties in the rummage sale Saturday, Feb. for
Special speaker
r, 8, from to 1 at the 6:30: p.m.
p past week. 9 a.m. p.m
Arts ProgramThe T the evening will be Ron Reilly
Mrs. Janet Turner and corner of S. Walnut and W, Jacksonville.
from Special
af daughters, Vicky and Kay Madison streets.
will be the
? music presented by
Fine Arts Department, ;:
f gave a kitchen shower for
with Mrs. A. J. Barry: as Miss Gaskins on Friday night, GaskinsBrownWedding "Glory Road Quartet of
r\1Ut! Middleburg.
chairman and Mrs. R. A.
Jan. 24 at the Turner home. attend are
Green, Sr., co-chairman, will Those invited to
Games and
prizes were
: Feb. 7
\
tL.I ; be in charge of the program at enjoyed by the guests followedby young people in 7th grade
through college and career.
M'1. the luncheon-meeting of the refreshments.
Woman's Club of Starke on Among the 30 guests invitedto Miss Linda Dianne Gaskins Cost of the banquet is $3 each
rw5LSinclairChastain and Lawrence Brown and tickets must be purchased
Jimmy
Wednesday, Feb. 12, at 12:15: attend between the hours 8
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will be married Friday, Feb. In advance.
p.m.Hostesses with Mrs. Barry and Wayne 10 Douglas o'clock mother were of Mrs.the fl. g 7. at 8 pm. in the First Tickets may be obtained
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and Mrs. Green will be: Mrs. Christian Church. from Bullington's Studio and
honoree and Mrs. Carl Brown
j-:11 7z The place for the receptionhas Wishbone Chicken. ;
/M. A. Baldwin, Mrs. John mother of the
Griffin Mrs. E. A. Hall, Mrs.E. Engagement Told prospective, Edwards Hazen been changed from the Portraits will be taken b>
W. Hodges, Jr., Mrs. M. R. groom.The hostesses presented the Starke Golf and Country Club Bullington's starting at 6VK,: )
+ ,Wf Judd. Mrs. E. K. Perryman, honoree with Wedding April 26 to the Woman's Club of .m.
Mrs. T H. Slade, Mrs. H. L. Mrs. Clyde Sinclair announces and a measuringspoon Starke which will im- Dress for the banquet is
the engagement and corsage a trash can mediately follow the wedding best"' or .semi.
Speer and Miss Della Rosen- approaching marriage of her filled with kitchen linens and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Edwardsof formal."Sunday '
ceremony.
berg. daughter Martha Evelyn,.to kitchen gadgets as a mementoof Brooker and announce the All friends, and relatives are The banquet chairman is
Carlton the occasion. engagement approaching
Thomas Chastain, son .
invited to attend. Gary Wheeler. 9(4.6490.i !
of Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Chas marriage of their daughter,
Deborah Glicco --- --
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tam, all of Starke. Miss Sin
Gene W. Pass clair is also the daughter On Saturday Miss Gaskinswas ward Hazen, Jr., son of Mr.
and Mrs. Jack. Hazen of
the late Clyde Sinclair. honored at a bridesmaids
To Wed Mar. 15 The bride-elect, a graduateof luncheon given by Mrs. S. C. Starke.
Miss Edwards is a 1974 -
Bradford High School, Jr. Miss graduate
Harley, Jacque of
Bradford School
Henry daughter of Mrs. David Bennett\ ol Mr. 'and Mrs. James D. graduated from Florida State Gaskins and Mrs. A. R. and is High Lake
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Johns Starke served as matron ol Glicco Sr., of Fairbanks, University where she receiveda Gaskins at the home of the attending. City
and Frank Williams son of honor. She core a long green announce the engagement and degree in Interior Design latter. Nursing. College.Mr. from
Hazen
Mr. and Mrs. Mack L. double-knit jatket-dress. and approaching marriage of their She was also a member of The buffet table was cen- graduated
Bradford School in
Williams, were united in carried a single long stem red daughter Deborah to Eugene Alpha Delta PI sorority and is tered by an arrangement of and is employed High with Pine 1973 Air
Sunday afternoon, rose. presently an Associate red and white carnations..The
marriage Willard Pass, son of Mrs., Farms, Inc. of Lake Butler.
Jan. 19 at 4 p.m.at the home of The bride wore a long gown Willard Pass and the late Mr. member of the National individual dining! tables were The is for
the bride's grandparents Mr. with pink and green hand Pass of Starke. Society of Interior Designers.Mr. centered with bud vases hold- wedding. planned any 0
and Mrs. J. M. Howard Sr. in print design featuring an The wedding will take place Chastain graduatedfrom ing red and white carnations.The April 26.Joalyce O4Jr
Lake Butler. Rev. Ben Bryantof empire waist long sleeves Saturday, March 15, at 3 p.m. Bradford High School 12 guests attending yI n
the First Baptist Church and scallops at the bottom of in Ridgeview Baptist Church, and Santa Fe Junior College. included the bridal atten- Williams, WWA as
Starke performed the nuptials the skirt. She carried a nose- Gainesville. At present he is employed by dants, Mrs. Wayne Douglas, 5400 Model e
gay of pink roses white the Alachua County Property mother of the honoree, Mrs.
Soft background music was pompoms and baby's breath.A Homemakers Meet Appraiser's office In Gaines- Carl Brown and Mrs. S. C. Wohlganuth Heavy ,
provided by a stereo. reception was also held at ville. Harley, Sr.., grandmother of DutyWasher ,
The couple repeated their the Howard home. Guests Thursday Feb. 13 The wedding will be an the honoree. Married Jan 31
vows before the fireplace were greeted at the door by event of Sunday, April 6 at Miss Gaskins presented
where the mantel was cen- Mr. and Mrs. Howard. 2:30: p.m. in the First United personal gifts to her atten-
The Starke Homemakerswill
tered with a colorful arrange- The bride's table was Methodist Church in Starke dants during the luncheon. Mr.and Mrs W. H. Graham Regular Low Price
meet Feb. 13,
Thursday
ment of gold, rust and pink covered with a white cutwork with a reception following in announce the marriage of ?
at 10 in the
flowers. cloth and centered with an a.m. Agriculture the church Fellowship Hall. Mrs. W. T. Jackson their daughter Joalyce
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son as best man. baby's breath. At one end of invited to attend. HonoreeMrs. Wohlganuth. son of Harry
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night Jan. 25 celebrating her in St. Petersburg on Jan. 31 at Sawyer Slade
b birthday given at the home of 8 p.m. in the presence of the
1, Mr. and Mrs. Marc Jacksonon immediate family and close Cam & Appliances
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Helping to celebrate the following also at the home. 332 W. Madison Starke 984.7701Win1TIali
occasion were Mr and Mrs 1 1 ,.-=t I;-.'" SMbJfc ,
t .. Tom Jackson Mr: and Mrs. : own- iyment at!
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as an appliance to help us with available to remove such machine through a completewash appliance wax may be appliedto builds up.and becomes wafer( first and then launder
mealtime cleanup However, deposits.Or, place two bowls,t including drying. protect the finish; polish hard to remove.Doityourself ing.Lubricate
FROM; YOUR EXTENSION HOME it needs cleaning occasionally, of white vinegar on the hot-1 Check the bottom of the tub with the grain. Wood or painting jobs nulls or screws
t' rt enamel fronts and sides will often result in unintentional with to make them easier
AGENT torn rack of the appliance. Do and the filter now and then to soap
1 ECONOMICS too.Luckily,the inside of a dish not add any detergent. Start remove any food particlesthat stay clean if wiped with a splatters on clothing. If to drive, into wood or plaster"
GtJte: washer usually keeps itself the machine and let it operate may have collected.To damp cloth and protected withan treated right away, the paint For sanitary reasons!, tin
BY KATHY BROWN clean.An occasional wiping of through the wash and rinse maintain its appearance, application of wax or polish will come out. Scrape off electric mixer should bo
the inside door edges with a cycles.Stop the machine after the exterior of a dishwasher suitable for the finish excess paint If oil-based. cleaned carefully alter each
sudsy cloth is sufficient. But, final rinse and before the dry should be cleaned periodIcally sponge with turpentine or. use. Always disconnect the
home neat clean can be helpful.DISHWASHER KEEP ITCLEAN paint thinner, rinse thoroughly unit first. Then, wash the
Keeping your up if you live in a hard water ing cycle begins.Remove the Stainless steel tops,
I and dean can be a real job. area,a lime deposit may forma bowls and turn the timer knob sides and control panels can For this reason,avoid harsh ,then launder.Water. beaters in hot sudsy nier.Do
And sometimes a few hints on CARE film inside of the dishwashertub. back to start.Add dishwasher be cleaned with detergent or abrasives and clean fre- based paint spots can be removed not immerse the mixer: motor.
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Unpaid Accounts (From Page 1) ............ Lillian Stump: From Page I) .... Road Supt. ... .

also be asked to affirm action ing of gasoline in the United meeting on Jan. 23 was that said of the

I of its Executive Committee in Stales. Consensus of opinionat rationing would be disastrousto be used in emergencies when mission to employ a man to A veteran of World War II, Chamber's munity, Pierce work in the past \/(From Page 1)
taking a stand against ration- the Executive Committee small communities such as the electricity is off. mop the police department. Miss Stump served as a nurse want a mush-
don't
Bradford County with no -Assigned Purchasing "This will take the mop from with the 24th Evacuation year. "We of growth." new Road Superintendent

10 Lb. RegularPotatoes I public transportation facili- Agent Calvin Parham to in- hands of an officer on duty," Hospital Unit, part of the rooming type the new George Langley has been

ties, and that other alterna- ventory all city property. Bowen said, thanking the expeditionary forces landingat Occupying building on South employed by the county for 29
59 tives are available and shouldbe -Told Marc Jackson the council. Normandy Beach for the 'Chamber and a half years and I would
and SR-100 was
pointed out to the state's cost of the monthly financial -Approved three actions of invasion of Europe. Walnut Street achieve- like to see Mr. Langley train
congressional representa-- statement was not known. the city zoning board. AI Miss Stump, a life long resi- cited by Pierce as an credited someonejor the county to take

From tives. Executive Vice-Presi- Jackson requested that Clerk Crosby, zoning board mem- dent of Starke,was cited "as a ment of 1974. Pierce Marc Jackson over after he retires in just

dent John Myers was asked to Merrill Edwards find out what ber, said the city is still in the I willing participant in any ven- Past-President instrumental in three or four years."

,. South Florida prepare letters to the delegation the auditor charges. business of spot zoning, withno ture to promote Starke and with being the chamber offices
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outlining the Executive -Made the new completion planning involved. Attorney Bradford County. She was making
Committee's position on the schedule with the sewer instrumental in the recharter- possible. Thereupon CommissionerGerald
George Pierce backed
e, Vine RipeTomatoes 'The Chamber, Pierce says, Griffis moved that all
of the Starke and
ing Jaycees
subject project contractor a of
part
Crosby up: "It's spot zoning, be
tabled
is behind the scenes writing six applications for a
A also the took an active part in
plaque was presentedto commission's official which against all kinds of purr
goes
39" the 1974 Bradford High foot- minutes. chasing new uniforms for the ,letters and working to obtain period of two weeks until

ball team, which posted a 10-2 -Approved a policeman's"Bill zoning.Okayed a trip to Orlandofor high school band last year. the right kind of industry for Tuesday, February 18, at
which time they would
record on the way to district of Rights" as written by Clerk Edwards and a bond "Her unselfish and con- Bradford County. againbe
reins of the reviewed by the board.
and region championships, at Chief Jimmy Bowen and his trustee to a meeting of the tinuing effort on behalf of our Taking over
Pole Beans ... .P.I'1'1flq: d1....:::...... 89' the direction of the Executive department. Ths documenthas Florida Municipalities Asso- community has in the opinionof Chamber for 1975, new Commissioner Archie demons
Bill Glover said he seconded Griffis' motion
Selection President
Committee. the Committee
nothing to do with bargaining ,
ciation nuclear '
concerning earned the 1974 "hopes to be able to give youS and when put to "Vote it was
---- ---- Mayor Schaefer Community

Yellow Squash...!! l !l 'l a..jl.1.. ...89' Prevention is the best explained, but is "to keep a Pierce power.urged Attorney someone George from Service Award" for Miss and much challenged as I possibly members can,to" unanimous.Riherd, with adding commissioner -,
Lillian stated
policeman from being slan- Stump, Myers
medicine. The American the city to attend.
Chamber in the to the
the "I'm opposed whole
in the award support
Heart Association dered, libeled, and kicked "Nuclear power is the presenting -

Celery ......&. &: '!....South....:load:....... 15'e. stop heart disease wants before to it five around years.like"he Bowen has for explained the past small coming cities thing,alike for ,large" Pierce and Friday"Was night.it a surprise, coming year.Officials. thing.

starts. By switching to a the document sets up an said. "It looks like we're not Lillian?" asked Myers from Tour A public hearing was heldon

01' Mont.Bananas heart-healthy lifestyle, you inquiry board to first hear going to be able to continue to the stage. the adoption of an ordin-
the
can reduce risk. Ask charges against a policemanto cope with our situation," he "It sure was, ance establishing Union
your Miss County Fire Department, with
determine if evidence added. acknowledged Stump. Prison
4eLb. your local Heart Associa- warrants a hearing by the Myers introduced 1974 Lawtey some opposition coming from
: tion. And give to the Heart Disciplinary Board. Smotcey Say, Chamber President George some areas of the county. It

............................ Fund. -Gave Chief Bowen per. Pierce who turned over leadership Center MondayLAWTEY was pointed out at the hearingthat
Largo H..dLettuce SAVE o1V of the Chamber fo 1975 certain unfounded

FUEL BU LSlrs President Bill Glover. Harold Counselorand rumors were being spread
Chief with reference to the future
Davis, manager of the Starke
39' HeadNorman's Big Valentine branch of Guaranty Federalof Director hosted James luncheon Wain-and high cost of the operation of
wright a
Gainesville, is serving as the volunteer fire department,
the Boardof
facilities
of
tour by and that it would
president-elect in 1975 and will eventually
Dance be the 1976 president.. County Commissioners and become another financial bur.
Six newly elected membersof other guests Monday, den for the county's taxpayersto
Farm y the board of governors were February 3, at the Lawtey bear. In spite of the voiced
Stark' National' Center in
Guard Armory IIIIT Community Lawtey.
presented at the banquet. opposition the ordinance was
The Division of Corrections

Produce Market Frf- Feb. 14 *6 Per Couple They Richard are Odom Dale, Mrs.Brown Lillian, purchased the Anderson Archie adopted when Clemons Commissioner motion
school and have
T BURN WOOD IN YOUR Pearson, Gerald Williams, building con- received the support of
Live Band verted its use to a prison inmate -
617 N. Temple Ave.9646O71 FIRE PLACE. Elzie Sanders,and J. E. Tom- work release and educa- Commissioners Griffis and

Open Aion-Saf For Tickets Call 964-7839 964-6071 MOT IN FDRESTRRES linson.In his. farewell address to tional training facility missioners Woodington Riherd, with.and Crews com-
The has
facility a present
the assembled members and its .
Protect our foreali from lIre1F' I population of 80 inmates who opposing adoption.In
guests President Pierce, a
Starke attorney, credited the are given the opportunity to other matters at Tues-
in the work-
Chamber with initiating action participate day's meeting, the commissioners
release program of the prison
on an economic of
survey :
Bradford County which is partof system.Some are employed in -Agreed to follow the requirements -
and around and other
the land use study of the Lawtey of the Administrative -
r- county being carried out by areas of the county.Educational Procedures Act by pub-

IS000pt.10I!I q_ the University of Florida's opportunity is lishing the agenda of the
also provided by courses in
Itr / Urban and Regional Develop- regular meetings of the
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the vocational trades such
d dxr as
aL sa ment Center with
M i, cooperationfrom and commissioners in the weekly
carpentry masonry.
the County Commissionand
newspaper on Thursday's pre-
Taking advantage of host
county Zoning Board and ceding the following
Wainwrights invitation
staff. Tuesday's meeting each
Monday were commissionersDave
Planning studies currently month.
under way will l give the countya Shuford Ralph Bryan, -Following a discussion of
Dave Paulk, George Roberts
more even pattern of the provisions of Chapter 125
tY and E. W. Hodges. Attorney
development Pierce said, of the Florida Statutes
r citing the county's proposed Gene Shaw. Clerk Gilbert S.
authorizing the creation of the
M a s t Brown, Carl Crawford of the
t mining ordinance as a of
Manager
position County or
Y t Florida Times-Union, Bill
development tool in the face of defer
I Administrator agreed to
-. ; future mining in the county by Shields of the Gainesville Sun, consideration of the measure
;: Kerr-McGee Corporation and and Charles Hardy of the until the next budget year
Telegraph.
A A National Lead. beginning October 1. Riherd's
EAGLE "We have tried to contact motion to defer was supportedby

1tLI1w41 MOTOR. OIL industry suited to our com- Crews and Clemons, with

J8-40W Woodington and Griffis oppos-
1i 1 ing.
,
\ A ITIE BRADFORD ..Authorized, Jerry, Wilson
COUNTY TELEGRAPH to pursue an. application for
MEN'SDOUBLE h vqPOO. di Published every Thursday funds to providea new emergency -

pt'AyAr KNITPOLYESTER OOA MN:[ sAr! at 138 W.Call Street 3 sMOn medical vehicle at an

C SLACKS PF 1 MS- Starke Florida 32091 estimated cost of $14,000 to

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toll facial quality. Faahian alas to.t._ ttatea'.iw, Starke FloridaSubscription because of its small size will
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Sandra Morgan Gary Melvin Exchange Vows On Jan.:- 18 Farewell Party Given To

152 Under ParoleSupervision
I and fern, were Miss Rhonda r Jack West Family
Harrell and Mrs. Joe Tolleson..

Mrs. Denton Sumrall and Mrs. Mr.and Mrs. Jack West and occasion by decorating the In Bradford

Gerald Williams presided at children, Mike and Diana, walls with scarecrows, the tin

the silver coffee service. who are returning this week to man and lion, interspersedwith

Assisting in serving were'Mrs their home in Kansas, were tall sunflower paintings.
Gary O'Steen, Mrs. O. D.. given a farewell dinner by The cloths on the individual And Union CountiesGAINESVILLE

Derkman Mrs. Charles Scott I members of the First Presby- tables were painted with

Mrs.Mrs. John Jimmy Blalock, and yinv' terian Church at the Old yellow brick roads down the Bradfordand 0. Box 14572, Gainesville, Fla.
Riggs., Manse on Cherry Street last center of each. The honoredcouple's
Rice bags made of off-white i. Union counties had 152 32604, a federally funded

satin in the form of rosebudson : Wednesday night. ,with red table and was white covered table- persons under the supervisionof project operating under Dr.
The West will a
family make;
stems, held the blue the Florida Parole and Probation Jack Detweiler, a UF jour.
their home in Holton, Kansas cloth and each of the 60 friends
colored rice. Commission in 1974 nalism instructor working on
Passing out the
the dinner 'signedthe
here for the attending
after living past
according to statistics taken .
basis.Throughout
bags were Misses a private
Stephanie
the Wests
for to
three while Mr. West squares;!
years
O'Steen and Shawna Warren from the latest records of the the 11 countyarea
with the take back to Kansas with
was employed
and Masters Lee Warren andAustin Commission. in North Florida, the
them.
Service.
Florida Forestry 34 persons were under total number of under
Sumrall. persons
Members of the church Mr. and Mrs. West and the
Following a wedding trip to supervision in Union County, parole or probation has increased
decorated the manse with: the children were given parting
down 7 from 41 in Bradford
South 1973. 30 percent in the last
Florida the couple is
"Wizard of Oz" theme for the gifts from the congregation.
.residing In Brooker. Glisson-Eiland had 118 persons under year from 1,414 in 1973 to

The bride is a graduate of supervision, 13 more than in 1,913 In 1974. '


College BUS and in Tampa.Stratford The Women's groom Date Set Feb. 15 Weight Reducing Classes, 1974.Union had five persons on Dry Beans, Peas

also is a BHS graduate and probation for misdemeanors,
.attended South Florida Junior Mr. and Mrs;I. R. Glisson of compared to two in 1973, and Are PlentifulAtlanta
College. Starke announce the engage Parents Training SessionSet 14 on probation for felony con-

Mr:' Melvin is employed at ment and approaching victions, down from20 in 1973.
Brasington-Cadillac Oldsmobile marriage of their daughter, Parolees in the county Ga. ."'or your"good
& Local Guidance ClinicThe
in Gainesville., Dora Ann, to David Wayne By decreased from 20 in 1973 to 14 eating and good health a
Eiland, son of Mr.'and Mrs. C. in 1974. bountiful harvest of dry beans

T. Eiland of Hampton.The ,A parents training group weight reducing group Bradford County's 118 and dry peas is available

Little Women wedding is planned for and a weight watchers class will emphasize setting weight parolees was 13 more than in according to the U. S. Agricultural

Feb. 15 at 4 p.m. at the homeof both beginning next week, arebeing loss goals 'examine the behavior 1973. There were 39 persons on Marketing Service.

Plan Sock Hop Donald and Karen Keys of offered by the Bradford- of those involved in the probation for misdemeanors Dry peas are green or

Hampton Lake. Union Guidance Clinic, for- weight reducing class, and es last year compared to 29 in yellow and may be purchased I

Sat. Feb. 15 All friends and relatives are merly the Community. Mental tablish new eating habits. For 1973. Felony probationees either split or whole. As for

invited to attend. Health Center. more information phone decreased in Bradford from 44 beans, you have these
.gyr
1 to tip 'pw The Little Women's Club A parents training group Elaine Lee at 964-8382. to 39 and parolees in the choices: black beans black-

f it 1 ,r ap made plans for a Sock Hop will meet on Tuesday nights county increased from 26 to eye peas (Ibeans.) Garbanzo

L --- Saturday night, Feb. 15, from ClaytonBakerMarried beginning next Tuesday, Feb. 34. There were six persons on beans: Great Northern beans

Miss Sandra Marie Morgan, carried a white lace covered 9:30: to 12 p.m. at the club 11, at 7:30: p.m.A Five New mandatory conditional, kidney beans lima beans

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lea-' basket with yellow and blue house following the BHS bas- Jan.24 group labeled "A Slim release.. navy beans pea beans pinto

ton U, Morgan, Jr., of Starke, flower, petals. ketball game. Chance fo Survive in a FatWorld" Alachua County, by far the l beans, and red and 1 pink
Karoline Maria Clayton of will meet each Thurs- largest in population had the deans.Grocer's) .
>
became the bride of Gary Music for the dance will be CorporationsForrned
The bride given in in Graham, daughter of Mr. and day at noon beginning next 1 I i highest increase of offenders shelves should in.1
William ,Melvin son of Mr. charge of a WGGG Gainesville .
and Mrs. Cecil? Melvin of marriage by here father,, disc jockey. Tickets will Mrs, Edward Clayton of Thursday, Feb.: 13. under the Commission's lull of beans und peas this
selected a princess line gownof and Boyd The parents group training in the month as record ol dry
Brooker,on Saturday, Jan. 18, be $1 per person. Hampton Lake supervision 11 North crops
at 8 p.m. in the Madison Street white satin organza over During the meeting held Dean Baker of Graham, son of session will include communi- : In.Bradford Florida counties of Region HI, hfunsaml dry peas reach I the
taffeta. The bibbed bodice was cation skills. The is
Baptist ,Church. Performingthe Monday night at the club the Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Baker of group North Central Regional Planning market the I//, Agricultural
of. Nottingham lace with a united in open to either or both parents.For : Service
were Committee. Columbia Marketing report
nuptials was Rev. Denton girls had a program on Hampton
ruffled Victorian collar Friday Jan. 24 more information phone Coy had the. next This year's! luir\ost ol cans
Sumrall., grooming and facial make-up marriage on : County .highest
Mrs. Edward Ripplinger, enhanced with tiny seed presented by Mrs. Harry at 7 p.m. in the home of the Tom Anderson 964-8382. increase. set a record with a total, "I>l liilmul
pearls. The long slender bride s parents with Marjorie Dixie' and Union counties : -"1.6 million hundred
organist, and Mrs. Jackie Green of Gainesville.
Chapman and Jimmy sleeves ended with a ruffle at Following the program, Myers, notary public, per- Young Girls Five new corporations have had fewer persons under pound hugs 'lli.il: total is :2!>II\
of match-
wrist and
Alvarez, soloists presented a the were refreshments were served by forming the nuptials. been formed in Bradford supervision while most other per cent ul>o\e last >car's

program of wedding music. ing lace and seed pearls. The Brenda Roberts and Pam Will Cheer County in recent months counties experienced a slight trap anti :24! per, cent higherIhan (

Highlighting the altar were full skirt, forming a Chapel Tucker. Ronnie Hall attended 'as according to a report from the increase. t the !l)7l-!) ;:average I lr\) ,'

two French style spring train, was encircled with a best man. office of Secretary of State The information is sum- pea production: is more! than

baskets of white stock, pink deep flounce of cluny lace. Tuesday NightAll Bruce Smathers in marized in the latest issue of double 1973's and exceeds the3.caraverape
of reembroideredlace
carnations blue and yellow Appliques e Charlene Campbell servedas Tallahassee. Inside-Out, a newsletter: : l h>' :lfi!( per cent.

daisy' pompoms, purple sta- flora and seed pearls DUPLICATE BRIDGE maid of honor wearing a girls who took part in the .devoted to community corrections -

tice and baby's breath.. The and were back scattered of the over skirt.the front Her CLUB RESULTSMrs. long white' dress. Kathy cheering clinic sponsored by All five fall under the cate- in 'North Florida and Has Starke HoursA

choir loft was centered withan : Baker, bridesmaid; wore ,a the Bradford High cheer- gory of "new corporations for published for the area served
veil of
arch candelabra in front of attached finger-tip to illusion was J. H. Minesinger andT. long yellow dress. leaders last June will have an profit," the most common by Region III. The newsletter Navy recruiter now hasan
a princess style
cheer at the type corporation. They are also brings out that it costs office in Starke:
the lighted cross plus two tree headpiece of lace and tiny A. Sundem were the win- Given in her opportunity to : ;
candelabras banked with marriage by home basketball game next approximately 80 cents a dayto First Class Petty Officer
ning couple at Duplicate
seed pearls. She carried a father, the bride wore a long, Feb. sponsor a person on proba- Bob Kelly. stationed in
fresh The choir rail Tuesday night, 8, against
greenery. French style cascade of white Bridge Tuesday night. Eva Clark Apparel Inc. Close Corporation
dress and carrieda
held a matching arrangementof and Mathenson and Jeff Wrenshallwere light green Orange Park which starts at 8 'I4S0965I) Poet Office Box 491 Starke Fl. tion Qr parole, but that around Gainesville, will be in Starke
the basket flowers In frontof roses pompoms'and second and Mr. and Mrs. bouquet of yellow, pink and 3201. Incorporated 01,24.1974, New $15 a day is needed to keep an every Wednesday from 9 a.m.
detach- ,
baby's breath with a lavender carnations. \ p.m.There Corporation Filed: 04 24 1974, Filed "
By.: offender in
will be for prison. until 3 in the Old Court-
and loft a practice p.m.
the
piano organ able corsage of yellow roses.A Ed Wainwright were third. The is 'ln Rohn Roieow. of Gainesville,, Fl.
couple residing
the BHS at For a sample of the newsletter house, with an entrance on
were lighted arch candelabras reception was held in the Graham. the girls at gym Dealing In: Dealing In real and personal'
and a unity candelabra was a Church Fellowship Hall. 9:30.: 11:30: Saturday morning. properly Incorporators:; Jimmie write: Public Educationand Court !Street.
Onlv those who attend the William Clark Sr? ot Starke Fl. and Involvement Project P.
The
focal
point. were
pews Greeting guests at the door -.-- --- --- Loran Chesley Crews, of Jacksonville,
marked with yellow satin was Mrs. Charles Blalock, .....- ..-.-... -.-.-...............-..-..--...:..' &practice<: session may cheer Fl.

bows who presented them to the :1: Tuesday night, says Mrs. YOUR MONEY O WHY
Schlosser cheerleader The D. 4 D. Mayo Corporation ((460212))
attended his Tracy ,
Gene Melvin
1
receiving line composed of the Mrs. W. H. Thomson of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. White- Girls must provide 802 S, walnut Street Starke Fl Incorporated WILL EARN 4 SETTLE
brother as best man. Groomsmen bride and groom, their Monticello and Mrs. Fred head gave a family birthday sponsor. : OB 21 1974. New Corporation 0 FOR LESS1PROGRAMS
were Leaton Morgan, III, and their own transportation to Filed! OB 24 1974, Filed By: Richard I 0.Weily.ofS'arke .
"', brother of the bride, Stephen, parents weddings Atten! -. Thomson .and i son., Todd? of dinner Sunday on Mrs.White1 -:::' and from the practice.,. Fl, Dealing In,*Any .
dance. '
'".Hendrlcks and Terry'Mott. '. Miss,Cassie. ,Shadd kept, thctfbride's ,. Ta.llahassee-.were Mrs..J.. Wt weekend. Griffin head's birthday. Enjoying the,4,1On TuesdayntghttheBir'ls': Lawful Richard E.Business. Starke Incorporal6rs, : .,)o TWp""
Miss'Darlene' '' Luke served' guestsof < > occasion-were Mr? and1;alrfi 4 re asked toiwear' >redrand-> WWWol" Ft.HOepItal / -" ,FIRST .. ") ',. ,
book, and director of*: and Miss Lillian Stump. Charles-'Whitehead and 1M r*'4 ,
'Tornado colors and
white the :
as maid-of-honor. Brides i Services'of Florida. Inc. MORTGAGES' '
the' wedding was Mrs. Len .
Glenna and Mrs. George Bishop'Jrof ) a (Tornado button. Buttonsmay' ((455337)) 441 west Madison Street
maids were Mrs. Warren cousin of the bride. Mrs. Mark' Hamilton and Jacksonville: Miss Morgan sister-in-law of the The bride's table was covered children of Tampa spent the of North 1974, New Corporation Auth: 10000.
Carolina
bride Miss Colleen Nichols Saturday. There is no other shares: tl.00, Flied: 06 25 1974, Flied
with a lace cloth over white weekend with her 1.14Annwl'IMiim I.I INtHlSr ONIT- II 000
parents, and Whitehead Jr
Miss Charlene Melvin Mr. Mrs. charge. By: W. Henry Barber Jr., Post Office .MI ..... 41monthly
and 2. in* iMw p. y'tf
satin. Centering the table was Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Rosier at and families and Steve Johns:, Drawer J, Gainesville. Fl. Dealing in: eleett't Payment mftr ft Mr-INN
sister of the groom. The atten- a four-tiered pillared wed- State Farm while Mr.' Hamilton of Starke. Any Lawful Business Incorporators. 3. (tart Term Immtnwnt .< (SI 3J INVIilMINTMtUtNIO
dants were gowned alike in ding cake topped with a had Guard drill. She was Randall E. Hodges, Hampton, Ft. 4* pet. ROsd...wer.S.vM WITH, UST Mr.
touremeline velvet with the V- miniature bride and home ......... FMNdaIbN. .Ltal. MINI '
groom accompanied by George Mr. and Mrs. F. V. Herlongwere Live Oak Farms Inc. ((4S423S RFD
neck bodice of co-ordinated 5. Cereerale t PromuttryN | 2. ill' .OItIlZ'.O-1S' 000
(with standing undera tall cathedral Hamilton who has accepted a last Friday; night visitors' State Road 225, Starke Fl 32091 Incorporated .tt Ores Publicly Reid, .inv.ilfn.nff praviript y'u 77m
polyester chiffon long arch of orange blossomsand job in Tampa. of Mrs. W,' F. Herlong. Mrs. J. C. Vining of Palatkawas 06 05 1974. New Corporation C rp. .**lhlw kavmvnlt .!
sleeves ending in a ruffle at Flied: 06051974 Filed By: Pierce &
tiny pearls centered withan a Tuesday visitor of her >IO] 01
the wrists. match- Hardy ol Starke, Fl. Dealing In: Any
They of wore touremeline ornate gold cross. Mrs. Mrs. Helen Hamilton of An- Mr.and Mrs. Willis Belcher'of aunt Mrs. L. D. Vining. Lawful Business. Incorporators: L. J,

velvet ing headpieces fashioned in different Tom Smith and Miss Alice derson, Ind. has been a visitorof Anna, 111. were Friday to Kite of Stark Fl., MOSAICS CHARGE flORIDA itsioEmsoNiCAll y
Flank- F Hamilton for of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wainwright and
Atwood the cake. Mrs.
size wedding ring loops. Each cut Tuesday guests Pierce* Hardy P. A. '1459509)) 996 North WRITE Oft COME INFO* FUll OFT AllS
the cake two silver several weeks. all Mrs. Charles Darby spent ,
ing were Recently they Mrs. L. C. Early. They Temple Ave Starke Fl. Incorporated:
necklace -- ------------
giftof -
wore a cameo a ------- -
candelabras with white tapers visited friends in'the Tampaarea visited Silver Springs on. Saturday with their sisters, 08 I 13.1974.New Corporation Filed: 08 13 MAIL' THIS' COUPON
the bride. They carried a 1974 Filed By.: Dudley P. Hardy P. O. I IFINANCIAL
Mrs. Carl Chambliss and Mrs.
decorated with yellow and and also the Citrus .
bouquet of yellow and Monday.Mr. Drawer 1030 Starke Fl. Dealing .In: : :I
nosegay
I RESOURCES CORP.I
in Jacksonville.
blue and baby'sbreath blue daisy pompoms, interspersed Tower. Ruby Fugate Law Firm Incorporators Dudley P.
pompoms with fern. Hardy, Stacke.FI.. K HOUIOA NATIONAISABR I
and Mrs. Bill' McClaneand JAcno'I:
backed with
lace and streamers. yellow, The punch and coffee table Mrs.. James Barron spent baby daughter, Jenifer, of Local admittances to Brad- KOWOA PHONI4oa.314.2114 I INAME
was covered with a lace cloth Friday- Monday with Mr Jacksonville Beach ford County Hospital this I
were
Little Miss Karen Sue Mor-' week include Russell John- 'A total ot 12,095 corporate ADDRESS ,.. .
over white satin centered and Mrs. Polo Lacayo and Mr. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Houston : .
gan,' niece of the bride, and with a silver candelabra with and Mrs. Ma k Barron in. McClane on Sunda .' son and Robert Johnson, transactions were filed with ,CITY ... .......... 1
Master Richard O'Steen, son the Secretary of State's office
white tapers. Presiding at the Tallahassee Lawtey; Mrs. Gloria Kit-, .. .,. I
of Mr. and Mrs. Gary O'Steenof the' of Oct. 23 .JSTATE '
during period ,
chens Mrs. Linda Rodgers I
bowl which ,

punch was encircled
Mr.and Mrs. Guy Sale spent ,
Starke flower girl and Jan. 14 1975. (PHONE NUMBER
were 1974 through
,
with white Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Ed-.,, George F. Prevatt, Mrs. Ruth -J
Karen's dress pompoms .last Thursday to Saturday in ----------------------
ring-bearer. wards, Sr. visited their son-in- /Tampa with Mr. and Mrs. Reddish Mrs. Mildred Hicks,
like the.bridesmaids -
was designed
law and daughter, ,Mr: and Mrs. Clyde Johns, William
Keith Gillingham and attended -,
.- Her matching headpiece wprr....w '
Mrs. John Pare1" in Orlando Keith Gillingham Jr.'s Marchant, Mrs. Henrietta
was of touremeline velvet .over the.weekend.' Hunt, Miss Connie Jones, Mrs.
seventh birthday party on
topped with a bow.. She
,The Bra dford .Union Saturday, Lois Thigpen, Mrs. Patricia .

Retired Teacher's Organization Mrs.'John Miller: son Kevin" ; 'Williams, Mrs. Juanita Smith, Now Appearing

sponsored a ,"Fun-Day" and daughter Mary Anne Johnny O. Dobbs of Lake 'Mrs. Ida Kramer and Orie

in Cedar Key last Thursday. Janice Jockel.'Todd Samons, Butler visited his soninlawand Wiggins, Starke; Mrs. Patri-

Those attending were: Mrs. F.,' Mrs. Bob Ferguson and daughter Mr. and Mrs. A. cia Suter and Mrs. Susan Sele-

B.. Hamilton president her daughters ,and Mrs. Randy B. Whitehead. last Thursday. now, Keystone Heights; Doyle

visitor and sister-in-law Mrs. Johns and daughter, Jenifer 4' Glover, Lake Butler; Mrs. I QaE E L(3fE? (oaa

Helen Hamilton Mrs. Ruth attended the Ringling Bros, Mr,and MI-s.'Guy Sale were Janey Rowell, Hampton; and .

Frazier, Mrs. Kate Sheppard, circus on Saturday.Mrs. in Valdosta, Ga. Sunday to Mrs. Margaret Stuart,

Mrs. Gladys Wasdin, Mrs. attend the 70th birthday anniversary Grandin.

Jewell Roberts, Mrs. Myrtle .' Ruth Solze of Tiffin, of Mrs. Lota Yates. GREG BEMENT
Lee Sweat, Mrs. Mae Wells Ohio spent the past two weeks Nick Thomas celebrated his

Mrs. Edna Hart Miss Mary with her son and family, Mr. Mrs. G. A. Gay is visiting 77th birthday last Wednesday

: : Faulkner,' Mr.' and''Mrs. and Mrs. Richard Solze. her brother-in-law and sister, 'at a birthday supper given at

p4 i lC Hermie Kelly and Mr.. and Mr.and Mrs. John Pamereau, his home. Those enjoying the

Mrs.. Russell Norman. Mrs. Robbie Shaller, and in Fort Lauderdale, and her occasion were Mr. and Mrs. ?
rRDo p J.t QaQ OQ(B JUJ
Q Mrs. Paul Meng attended the son Gerald Gay, and familyin Freddie Stephens, Mr. and : .

Mrs: Charles Fink and Ringling Bros. circus on Hollywood this week. Mrs. W. R. Starling, of ; .

-i. children. of Green Cove Saturday .afternoon..: Starke; Mr. and Mrs. Wesley

you have an emptinessin Springs visited her mother Mr. and Mrs. George Thomas of Gainesville and '

your life? Christ canmeet Mrs.. Ella Moody Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Warren Huggins and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Starlingof Monday Thru Saturday: ..

this and every need of gave a family birthday party Dewayne JUcRae and family Lawtey,, and their families.. ;...,..;,0;

the human heart. Mr.. and Mrs. Mike May and Sunday afternoon for their spent the weekend camping at
son, Kevin, 'of Ocala were granddaughters' Theresa Anastasia State Park. Capt.and Mrs. Ralph Baileyof 8 PM'.Til.MidnightLighter. : ; ; '

Join u* In worship and fel- Friday night and Saturday Lynn Guthrie, who was three Columbus Miss. are spending \ I

lowship next Sunday Morn- visitors of Mrs.'W" H, Hart., years old and Rena Akers, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hood several days with their

Ing. who was two years old. ''are in Tallahassee this week uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs..
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bettesof
; attending the director's meet- ,John,Myers.
and Misses
Sunday School-9:45 a.m.' St. Augustine and Mrs. T. B. Harding
and Donna Mr. Ing of, the Florida .Forestry, Knot
A place for each memberof Debbie Spengler Sr. have returned. from a Association Mr. and Mrs. George

your family Philbrick of North Florida week's visit with their daughter Lisesay and son of Jacksonville
Junior College spent the. and Wednesday
Tuesday
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weekend with LTC and Mrs.
with her Mr.
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Morning Worship parents
Atlanta and a week in Foley funeralof
attended the
Norman
lliOOa.m. V. J. Spengler., Ala. visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. Arthur Edwards in Brooker and Mrs. Harvey Edwards..

J'f f.'Church Training Mrs. Carl Hurst and R.their.. Harding 50th wedding, who celebrated anniversary Monday morning. Mr, and Mrs. Malcolm Pow-

4::15p.m. children, Randy Sandra and Jan. 25. nall, 'Jr., of Tallahassee and
Karen' and Dale Haas, spent on Richard Strode returned to Mr.and Mrs. Thomas Pownallof iLounge'

Evening Worship the weekend at Disney World. Douglas Seymour of TamPaand his home,in Tulsa, Okla.Tues-' Palm Bay and their
day after two weeks visit with I
7:30p.m.: families are spending the
Jack-
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Arlin Seymour Mr. and Mrs. Leo Champion.,
at
Mrs. McKnight sonville' were home, for ,the weekend with their mother,
"We are Committed to tended the Nursing Directorsand t Mrs. Malcolm Pownall.
weekend., I
Care" Administrators midyear Mrs:E. M.:Davis spent last ,

staff meeting at the Divisionof Mrs. Elizabeth of Tuesday to Friday with her Mrs. Ovid Bennett of Jacksonville 'l/1al1/ :

"THE CHURCH WITH A Health in Jacksonville on Conn:Tyrrell. is spending sisters, Mrs. P. E. Stone and was visiting her M '
Farmington
HEART,IN THE HEART Thursday and Friday: several. '. months 'at the' 'Archer.Miss Mamie, Anderson In" mother Mrs. F,J. Shaw over 3 .. :1 4.
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'.,:OPSTARKE"kEENP.RRYANT. Hotel.. Friends will the weekend. .
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Mrs. Mabel Oster \. -
Edward Burns In Jack-. remember! Mrs. Tyrrell as the Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. E4Tmondson ." .
Mrs. : : Pass
'Mrs. Elise and Mr and .
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have returned to
Pastor, sonville from Thursday to Mrs. Inman Green of Starke v* .

Sunday, On Sunday they were Mr.and Mrs.:Wayne Draper 'their home in Starke, where .and Mr.and Mrs. J. D. Glicco. 'Starke. ", Florida, ,,., '*;*% ... ).
Edmondson will be associated f
.
WILLIAM Mrs. J..E- Wilson Mr. :
OEOROE! joined by Sr. and family Fairbanks .
01 Green Bay Wls.-are visitIng -* t, l' I J,. .
Minister of Music 1,< Mrs. Olive Ryder' and Mrs., 'with Slate Transport. spent Sunday with Gene Pass !' 0 '. ,.' ;
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SA, NM WhippedBy Annual Banquet .


'When I think of BHS foot Milton game I have never Hull and running back interceptions with five Winners of the Sportsman.
ball, I think of a winning team seen better throwing." Tommy Reddish. This award "oskies'* for the 60 yards in ship and Ronnie Allen
that plays hard and is fun to''' Milton's Coach was underNiblackatonetimeatGHS. was given to the backs that returns. Free safety Mc Scholarship awards were
watch, said guest speaker, "I ,played as close to their poten- Millian was third, also with given to Barber and offensive
Bradford Five Jim Niblack at the 1974 An- did not teach him his pass tial as possible.Reddish< nual Football Banquet last defense. was third in the Big yards in returns. sportsmanship award is
Thursday night at the "Football gets attacked by a Sun Conference in rushing Coach Bill Hughes selected I coveted among BHS players,
National. Guard Armory. lot of people, but it was a hard with 883 yards in 172 carries.He tight end,Donnie Sewell\ and because coaches award it to
lesson to teach. It requires Edwards as the player whose attitude
Niblack football was number one in the con tackle Tommy is
Head Tornado played with discipline whether the playersare ference in scoring with 92 the outstanding offensive line the most exemplary of any
Coach David
Hurse In 15 or 30 years old," says points and was second in men of the year. Hughes team member. The Ronnie
For 13-3 RecordBradford then at junior the University high school of, Niblack. "Losers don't do the punting with an average of 36 commented that linemen are Allen scholarship is given to
\,'Iorlda.'rom\ there he wentto things that winners do." yards a punt. most of the time unsung the sportsmanship winners if
play football in the Marinesat Hull was fourth in receivingwith heroes because they never get they go to college.\
Parris Island AWARDS 17 receptions and 178 the ball\ and don't have statistics Specialty team award was
Cagers marked up does still out-scored the record. started his and after that This year two players wore yards. He was number one in t to back them up. given to Johnny Nichols for
two decisive wins over the Yellow Jackets 1311. Then in BUS: Hampton!4.o-B, Wayne Santa coaching career at given a trophy for each kick off returns, averaging 42 Veteran Coach Mike Sexton the second year in a row.
week, rolling 69-40 over visiting the fourth quarter BHS Berry 2-2-6, Ross 12.4, Baker Fe High School. award. The coaching staff yards per run back. chose noseman Scott Pooser There was not a punt returnedon
St. Augustine Friday night polished the game off with 21 3-0-6, Willie Berry 1-2-4, there After he a year of coaching decided to do this when all of Coach Denny Hansen an- and linebacker Dwight Barberas BHS for over six yards
then stomping 66-36 over the more points to end the game Moody 1-0-2, Sewell 9-5-23, then for years suc- them came up with two out- nounced James Aldridge and the defensive linemen of during the whole year. Nichols
Colts at North Marion 6940. Hodge 6-2-14, Aldridge 0-2-2, ville cessfully coached the Gaines-, standing players in each cate- David McMillian for the the year. Pooser led BUS and '!made most of the tackles,
Saturday night. "We have done a good job of Green 0-0-0, Bright 000. school'High football team into a 'big gory. defensive backs awards. was eighth in the conference according to Hurse.
The Tornadoes have a 13-3 getting the ball to the open Totals 27-15-69. power. Last The offensive back awards Cornerback Aldridge was with 64 tackles. Barber had 50
overall record while riding 7-2 man. I think that's the key to St. Augustine: Smith 2-0-4, year he went from high school went to blocking back Matt second in the conference in tackles and two: interceptions. (See Page 9)
in the Big Sun Conference our success," says Sexton. Bess 3-0-6, Gatewood 1-0-2, coaching to the professionalranks ,
This Thursday night BHS Donnie Sewell led the Jackson 5-2-12, Preston 3-0-6, of the Jacksonville -
travels back to North Marionfor Tornadoes with 23 points from Dooley 1-6-B, Bryant 102. Sharks of the fledgling World
the first night of the Big nine field goals and five foul Totals 16840. Football League.
Sun Conference Tournament. shots.Sheldon Hodge followed "I know I'm a disappointment FOOBflLLHUflfiDS BflMQUET:
to (the audience
The St. Augustine game wasa him up with 14 points.The loss SCORE BY QUARTERSSee you ),
taking the place of
win for BHS after with 12-3 Larry
revenge St. Augustine a
put ( Page 9)) "
Brown, said Niblack. Earlierit
the Jackets
losing to 66-60
earlier in the season. Brad- was hoped that former BHS DRc U 1EC !
ford's other two losses have footballer Larry Brown wouldbe
been to Gainesville Buchholz Cagers To PlayIn the guest speaker. Brown
and Ocala Vanguard. now plays for the Pittsburg
BHS leaped to a 15-6 first Steelers and caught a touch-
quarter lead then just kept Conf. Bowl down win.pass in the 16-6 Super
running up the score, even TourneyNearing ) e
with second stringers in the Each football player, junior
second half. The Tornadoeseven the end of the sea- Eastside against Ocala Forest varsity and varsity, cheer- 1 1f
out-played their first son, Bradford High Cagerswill and Buchholz against Lees- leader, and team manager
quarter performance by out- play in the Big Sun Con- burg. Ocala Vanguard drew a received individual comment
scoring the Jackets 20-7 in the ference Tournament, startingthis bye for the night because they from Head Tornado David
second for 35-13 halftime the number Hurse and his staff.
period a Thursday night against are one team in
lead. North Marion at 9 p,m. the conference.If The varsity team ended up
"We just jumped on them North Marion is the host of BHS wins Thursday night the season with an impressive
early," said Head BHS Coach the tournament. BHS, 13-3, the Tornadoes will play the 10-2 season after taking the f "Gn
Mike Sexton. "We got them has beaten North Marion winner of the EastsideForestgame District 11 and Region 1 1
down and stayed with it. twice this season, once 63-42 Friday night at 9 p.m. championships. BHS lost the 1
Tonight was one of our best then last Saturday night 6636. Friday night Vanguard will semi-final state playoff 6-0 to ,,1
team games we have playedall There are three games play the winner of the Buch- Ocala Forest. .
sea son." scheduled for all three nightsof holz-Leesburg game The junior varsity also hada
The third quarter was the the tournament. The other Then the winners of the Fri- fine year, ending with the
closest for SA but the Torna- two games Thursday night are day night games will play most winning record in BHS
____ L_ __ __ ,. ,. history. The team had a ,,6-1 1 'I It Itr
eacn other:Saturday night at 9 record and were undefeateduntil r +1 y
DAYCARE : p.m. for the tournament the .last game,, ,with
"
.championship. Buchholz. ,.-
4 CENTER Saturday night at 6 the con, "Hurse is one of my favorite
solation game will be played people and I don't think thereis f
D"; FROM ARM BABIES ;. then at 7:30: the game for third a finer high school coach
place will be "
played. around, commented
TO SCHOOL AGE "I feel like we have a good Niblack. "His name is known
CONSTANT CARE- chance to win, but we are and I think he spend as much
going to have to play good ballto time studying football as professional A
2 BALANCED SNACKS do it," says Head Tornado coaches."

NOW OPEN 7:00: A.M. TO 4:30 P.M. Coach Mike Sexton. Niblack ventured into the h
"If we play the type of ball past,when he was playing ball
REASONABLE RATES that we played against St. with Hurse. He said Coach
Augustine last week I think Hurse had two nicknames, These are the award winners f the annual Football

WEWILL WORK WITH MOTHERS TO SOLVE our chances of Banlng' James Aldridge Donnie Sewell David McMillian
winning are "Willie DavH" and "Sweet last
Thursday night They are (I-r) kneeling: Dwight' '
Stn Johnny Nichols,
THEIR'PROBLEMS : very good," says Sexton. Willie." Niblack commentedthat Tommy Reddish, Matt Hull, David Harper; standTHE- Tommy Edwards and Scott Pooser.
( Next week BHS has two the players called him
Greater Bethlehem" FreeWill ,t.i1. : important home games. Tues- Willie David and the girls t
day night BHS hosts Orange called him "Sweet Willie."
Baptist Church I. Park then the following Satur- Niblack said he saw two ofBradford's
964-5136 '\&, day play Ocala Vanguard.The games this year.
1101 CHESTNUT ST.AT ASH ST OR I Vanguard game might be the "The Macclenny game was
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL 864-8866 I deciding game for the Big Sun one of the finest football
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Tigers Beat Williston r a, "Iij',, ., BHS Tennis Teams Lose Two Straight

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", ... ., :. /\ ''t '": ',', Bradford High's Boys and Winners In the girls individuals Pierce and Ha/en lost I.-8. |
.... ',' I?J.'i.\I'IN'I,." ,' '}.:".",.o'.".., .,.) -.:.,''I ." Girls tennis teams lost their were Jockel 8-4 and "Forest has a good I bo.vs, i |
.,.,,,W ,\': 1'' ; second match straight last Tucker 12-11. BUS losses in team and we must t Nlm.twinning
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But Fall To HawthorneUnion '."", iff, ,, '" ";.!'"' ;:1r.\'tPJ\ :';',::" .." :" !'," '' .f Monday when they visited the singles were Debbie some single/ mat
\ : :, )& ,\ ,. .,,:' Ocala and the Forest team Mitchell 6-8. Lynn Pierce, 4-8, ('hl's." says Coach Howard.
'S. '..1'0 1')'''" .' I : beat the boys 5-2 and the girls and Ruth Ha/en 68. "Right now' we uie lapable of
High cagers edged by scored basket for Willistonbut } '
a hen 1 in the third quarter the .' ... :\df. playing better iiml I leel withmoie
43.
Suwannee Conference rival the Tigers still had the one Tigers came alive to outscorethe 'i, t. .. Jockel and Mitchell won und confident
experience
Both the boys and the girls
Williston 65-64 last Friday point 65-64 advantage Hornets 14-8 to move ;\, their doubles mulch H-3 while "
will
start[
winning
night in Williston but fell to Lake Butler Maxwell teams are 0-2 so far this bed- e we
: 1-0-2) within five points 46-41 In the ;w .li'J\
Hawthorne 57-53 : rN4b ,; ./,. son, after the l first match
Saturday Perry 3-4-10 White 7-4-18 last quarter the Tigers moved The only two wins the bays
night at the Lake Butler gym.' Banks 3-2-8, Brooks 4-4-12 even closer, but not quite close I' ; ;''i' against Gainesville High FB Banquet. had! against t f'ol't'stl'I'l' the
School last week
The Tigers now have a 10-7 Stoutamire 6-1-13, Holmes 102 enough to win I ; ," doubles mulches Unr' White
record with two more regular Totals 25-15-65. Boise Perry led the Tigersin ; ;.( I.. "We have won two matches I I Kllll I Pugl' HI I .md Mike lldm'on 'H-.J: and
games scheduled. This Thurs- Williston: Floyd 9-6-24. Bos- scoring with 20 points while that we should have won. Wehave Head junior varsity coach Hand.' and Ricky' BI'II'n011 i
day night starts the Suwannee tick 6-0-12) Rivers 7-4-18, Law Joe Maxwell added eight rl not begun to play the Harry Hatcher praised his .IV 80
Conference Tournament. In 2-0-4 Sims 0-1-1, Brown'2-0-4) points and Walter Brooks type of tennis I 11 eel l like"we are team due to the (teams im-- Losses in the singles! were
Cross City. Totals 26-12-64, seven capable of playing says picssivc'li-1 record The junior While 08. MiUac I-8. Randy
The following Tuesday the .4 Head( Tennis Coach Melba varsity team scored! a total ol Clews 0.B. Andy ('!'l'\\- ;2.8.
Tigers face Santa Fe at home SCORE BY QUARTERS Union: Maxwell 4-0-8 Perry h( { ( I Howard 111!; points during( the season and Scott Tmsler" ::1.11.
then Friday travel to Mac- LB 13 18 18 16-65 5-10-20 White 4-0-8, Banks 1-4- l. "I was very pleased with uhile AI'inup/( only 40 points. Thuisda.v the buys ploy
denny to meet the Wildcats. WI 13 10 21 20-64 6, Brooks 2-3-7, Stoutamire 2-0- If). Jennifer Jockel and Pam Defense Coach linger (,hll- Green Cove at homo Mailing
Friday Saturday February 4. Totals 181753. ;; Tucker. This is Pam's first" son was most t impressed In ut:11I:):: 1'.111. then Fiulav, ,
21-22. the District Tournamentis A second half Tiger rally Hawthorne: Henderson 9-1- year and she Is doing fine the team in the 22-0 shut-out of traveltolruncsllllcloplly I at
scheduled The location has couldn't quite pull Union up 19, Mann 5-3-13, Starke 6-2-14 commented Coach Howard Palatka. South in l'.ilulk.i It :3:45.'l'utwdiiy: ; the hovsplav P
not been determined yet. from a 38-23 halftime deficitas Jenkins 1-0-2) Jenkins 0-1-1 was the lirsl time the I'aUlka KK x.onge in (;illnt'N\ lilt' al
The Red Devils and the they lost by four points, 57- Zavada 4-0-8.) Totals 25-7-57. .. South JV team has Ix-en Stiip.oh.'I'hegius; ::\ play Ci;1'1'1'11
Tigers battled to a 13-13 first BUS Whips. IxMtcn at home and I lie loss Cove lit home 'HiiiiMlav. llun
quarter( tie, then Union got an 54.Hawthorne drove to a 17-2 SCORE BY QUARTERSUnion broke itsI game winning play Buihhol/ al 1111 111 t'
eight point 31-23 halftime lead. first quarter lead then by half. 10 13 14 16-53 (From Page 8)) streak. The BHS JV Il'arnIIS Monday al :IIHI I: |II in dud 1
In the third quarter: Williston time had held the lead to 3823. Haw 21 17 8 11-57 introduced by Coach Keddv I'K.iwav' '('UI'MI.I.iiiI'I. 1111-\
moved up a little by outscoring BUS 15 20 13 21-60 Cox. al :\:111\:: p.m.\
the Tigers 21-18 but Union S\ 6 7 11 16-40Sowvll 00111 -

remained Williston ahead moved 4944.up on the Tigers To StartConferenceTourney again led the Torna

Tigers and got a slight one docs this time with 22 points SPRING SEEDHEADQUARTERS
point lead with minutes left in Tornado Hustler Milton Baker breaks away Cor unolher of against\ North Marion Satur- w
the game. Later with 27 his down-the-court lay-ups against SI. Augustine last Friday da! i>' night when BUS rolled 66-
seconds left in the game the night ::11I)( over the hapless Colts.
Devils had the ball with the BUS as itvthe SI, Augustine
game tied missed the lay up, "I f game, jumped ahead in the G (5.I
and then fouled Walter Union High Basketballersstart against Chiefland. Two Gridders lirst quarter 14-4 hut was Complete Selection Flowers and
Brooks action of the Suwannee "I 1 believe six of the seven slowed to eight points in the.. Vegetables Select Now!
Brooks then hit three Conference Tournament in teams in the conference havea second quarter while the Colts
straight free throws and in the Cross City this Thursday chance to win," says Tiger got seven. This added i up to a
last tew seconds Amos Bostick afternoon, at 5:30: opening Coach Jimmy Thomas of the Place AllStateBradford 22-11 halftime lead tor BHS VIII; New PLANT SPECIAL
tournament "The team that "It was a real loam elfort."
makes the fewest mistakeswill ('oul'h Sexton "The first
says $1"
High said Hurse. "He signed AZALEAS
gridders year Crop
could
half
win. not
probably we just get
\ Donnie Sewell and Tom Ed- with Georgia Tech recentlyand
P. K Yonge plays New- rolling, but in the second half )
wards named to the 1974 I think he'll make an out-
after the were all and the : r VIBERNUM $199
berry Tigers play Class AAA All-State football standing football player for we put it together SEEDPOTATOES
then shots started in.
Thursday night at 8:30: Tech." tailing
p.m. Williston will take on team. And roll in the second half -
6'2 offensive tackle Ed- One of Sewell's best S1"
gamesof PITTOSPORUM
host Cross City. Hawthornehad they did. In the third quarter
wards named the season was
was to the first against
a bye Thursday night as BUS out hustled the Colts 21-12
team offensive line Edwardsis Milton in the play-off in
region
the number seed. then finished the with a
one game $199
222 Starke. He caught four touch- 18c
a pound junior lb.SINENSIN
If the Tigers win Thursday down plus some other 23-12 (fourth quarter performance -
night they will play the winnerof "Edwards is a fine young passes for the b-36 f win.
the PKY-NB game and man and very deserving of long yard gainers. Sew ell also helped the BUSHEL 100 Lbs ROSES $329
Hawthorne will play the this honor." says Head BHS Tornadoes control the board. '
winner of the WillistonCrossCity Football Coach David Hurse. pulling down 14 rebounds. He $5.19 13.95
game. "He's only a junior and we're LiftersSecond was assisted in the scoring
The following night the happy that he'll be returningnext column by Milton Baker who
winners of those two games year to complement our racked up 14 points. BED MIXPELLETS *5"
will play at 8:30: for the backfield. He will make an BUS: Hampton 4210.
tournament championship.Before excellent college prospect Wayne Berry 6-0-12. Baker 7-0- 6"
that game the Union someday" 14, Ross 1-0-2 Green 1-0-2.
junior varsity squad will takeon Sewell was put on the In 3 Way Moody 1-0-2 Sewell 10222. IED MIX
Newberry JV team. second team as an offensive Hodge 1-0-2. Bright 0-0-0. 4-7-5 3
The Tigers have beaten receiver.. 6'4 and 215 pounds, Aldridge 0-0-0, Berry 000.
Joe I.uzt'nbHt'stlt'li this Kastside: man and wins the Chiefland twice so far this Sewell has signed a grant-in- Match Totals 31-4-66 4" '
6-6-6 Ir.
match b>' a decision. year, have lost to Newberryonce aid with Georgia Tech for orthlarlon! : Gordon 3-3-9. 'r.f
by three points and beat football. .', Turner 1-0-2. Blunt 000. West
Newberry once by three "Sewell went both ways for Bradford weightlifters 5-5-15. Gordon 1-0-2. Patterson 10-10-10 $19
points. The Tigers have lost to us as a junior and played placed second in a threewaymeet 328. Totals 13-10-3( .
Mat Men Finish Season with Eastside and Fer-
Hawthorne twice this season. excellent offense for us this .
nandma Beach in Starke last SCORE BY Ql'AKTKKS:
'.. Wednesday to open the,lifters' BUS 141, 8 21 23-:66 HAND SEEDER RYE GRASS

$ With .WiwOverEastside-: ,\ ,. 39 Students Ta'e; ,jl'I'season"aSIsIdB'woA''' the meet t with'I I ,NVI; .. .,4 ,I.t ,&.;.13.6 c. ,
...... for Easy Planting! j.f:
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Bradlord SEED 2'9'
High wrestlers classes by pins. BHS wrestlers
linished their i 1 with'34' and Fernandina with Most Seeds Durable Ib
regular season that pinned their opponentswere Part In I :
with a :))8-2l win over visiting Frankie Crews in the 108 Olympics five.Bradford Ilr.irt ;.ittack in.iv strikeits
Kaslside: last had four lifters to See It Today 50 lbs. 13.49
Tuesday to end pound class. Tommy Meng in victims siuMcnh.; '. hm
regular/ season pla>' with a 6-4 the 115 class Dailey in the 141 Thirty-nine Bradford donated food and drinks to the take first place in the seven leading
athletes The Civitan Club of categories. Kevin Meng took the conditions / to it
reioid class, Willie Perry in the 158 County students from special GARDEN
Joe La/enb.v' took first placein class and Tommy Edwards in education classes traveled to Starke then chauffered the !first place in the 132 pound can begin in ehildhossl.l.k O.'DA'
the Big Sun Conlerence the unlimited weight class. Ocala for the first leg of the students home that Friday class with a total lift of 420 \our local HtMil '\" III'i,1 ', EST CENTER
wrestling tournament last Biggs and Lazenby both won Florida Special Olympics last Rick Ezzell, county coor- .pounds. Arthur Buhart took lion how you c.in miner
SlItul'uain\ Leesburg in the their matches by decisions. Friday afternoon. dinator tor the special third place in that class at 385 risk. And nivo to the 0111101 539 East Call St.
I48 weight class. Tommy BIIS losses in the meet were The students participated in Olympics expressed his pounds.The your PH. 964-5745
:Meng and Willie Perry both Jerry Sullivan Dan Riddick the following basketball thanks to the many individuals total is added from two Heart Fund aouiMuc*.
look second places in their Buhler, Scott Pooser and events: dribbling for time lay and groups which are lifts the clean and jerk and
weight classes. David Dailey, Wayne Scott. ups tout and field goal shooting contributing their time the bench press.
Jerry Sullivan and Erie Biggs This Friday Bradford travels The students were placedin year's special Olympics Mike Crews placed first in
all placed third in their to Btinnell to compete in divisions according to size, possible. Medicals have been the 148 pound class with a totalof
classes Bradford as a team the District Tournament All age and ability with points provided through the Health 505 pounds. David Harperwas dc-ocl C\earal10
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placed third in the meet. winners of that tournament go being awarded for perfor- Department and the following fourth in the same class e evaluepacked
to the slate tourney and the mances in each event. doctors: Dr Fclos, Gillespie, with 415 pounds. Danny An- .s)!
Against Eastside the Torna- losers are. through for the Before the students left for Hernandez, Sandusadee and derson took first in the 198
does took I live of the weight! season. Ocala, Hardee's of Starke Adams.TerwillegarMotors pound class with a total of 445 '
pounds while Jimmy Prevail midwinter e
took fourth place with 3bO
pounds. Donnie Neel totaled 14 OS ALE
450 pounds for first place in
the heavy weight class. 100's of ITEMS REDUCED

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10 TELEGRAPII February 6. 1975Man's




l II A Desk Is' His Castle C. Letters to. U.S.MAIL: r



the Editor.

It's February again... the And it's good to know that I with a meaningful frown at .

redbud and dogwood are am not the only one who feels the mess. ,r
blooming/ and most of us are that a man's desk should be "
looking forward eagerly to his castle- at least his private "Never! Hal mutters witha MR.WALLACE HAS ANOTHER SLIPPERY
defiant in his
spring.But storeroom to do with as gleam eyes, LOTS OFCOMPANVGentlemen GOOPY MESS
he pluses." : and plunging his arms lovingly -
not me.I up to the elbows in its vast, : Editor Telegraph;'
The late columnist, Hal luxurious clutter. '
love the balmy breezes and Boyle, In response to Mr. Thos. B. I just had to comment on '
years ago expressedhis
yellow dandelions of spring as feelings on this subject, ; "What I can't understand Wallace s letter of January 30 Mr. Wallace's letter in last '
much as the next guy, but for and as far as I'm concernedhis about these righteous forces of if he thinks that Forsyth week's paper. He could have
me spring always holds a sentiments were the last creeping tidiness," Hal said Road Is a "slippery, slimy been talking about Pleasant
terrifying threat. It means word on the subject.Hal bitterly, "is why they aren't gooey mess" he should wait Grove Road where I live.
war... domestic war. For satisfied simply with cleaningup until after a good rain and try There are about three miles
spring always brings a com- vented his spleen on the their own desks? Why do to drive on Pleasant Grove from Rt. 16 to the hard road on
pulsive urge on the part of self-appointed office vigilantes they insist that my desk become Road It is one of the worst the west end that is almost
housekeepers to clean out closets who organize clean-up as faceless and devoid of roads in Bradford County.I impossible' to travel 1 after each'\ ,
and business managers brigades and come to a personality as their own?" rain. '
across the land decide that its fellow's office demanding: have lived on Pleasant Th'ls'road' is heavily
time for every man to cleanup ,. "But year after year, here Grove Road for 13 Mt years and travelled and most always
his office. "Well, all right... when are they come, with their eager have learned that if it starts to graded just before a lot of
you gonna do it?" little feather dusters and their rain and you have somethingto rain.' Lots of.vehicles. get
,
That means another battlein empty trash cans, adopting do outside, you better get- struck when
"Do what? Hal asked, especially you
my 40-year war to keep my tactics that would shame a your car out as quickly as meet another and have
fending for time and knowing Unretouched photograph of the famous "Matthews desk. car to
at
desk the way I want it"beautifully" confidence man or a Fuller possible and leave it parked
darn well what move over.
they meant all 4
but the road and walkin
messed up brush salesman. the end of
the time.
here I can find things much or you can't get out later. When you get home your car
quicker than if they were filed "Sometimes, when I'm out chunks of papers off on the or junk. How illiterate can three word description of a is in such a mess you have to
away in a four-drawer steel "Clean up your desk, of to lunch, they go by my desk floor and then have the janitor people be? What they don't young nephew who was The folks( on Pleasant Grove wash it off before you can run
cabinet. course!" they sternly reply and sneakily push great hurriedly sweep them away, realize is that to me my deskis being given a tour of the news- Road know when it is going to it on a cement floor.

At other times they sneak up," a joy and a thing of beauty paper plant one day. When he rain, because the road grader When the road is dry' it is
quickly stuff smaller trash forever. My theory is that it reached my office, he stuck always come along about one
l into their empty briefcases, takes a heap of piling on to his head in the door like Little or two days before hand to get just like way-back-when you
EDITORIALSProfitable I I and dump it into the street make a desk a home, and my Red Ridinghood peering into the muck stirred up. had didn't to have travel smooth on a log hard road.roads We

wastebaskets home. on the way, desk is the home of my mind. the wolf's bedroom. Mr. Wallace, do"you have then like we CAN have now.

These were the heartfelt Upon sighting my desk he children who have to walk in The'rough road shakes the
.:"Such actions I regard as, comments of Hal Boyle, who exclaimed, "What a sham- this kind of mess for about mufflers and tail pipes off a lot
beneath contempt, for'' they*: felt that a writer's best friendis bles,!" half a mile to catch a school 'of vehicles that have to( driveto
simply will not work. The' his deskand never the .E.L.M. bus? Well I do,and I certainly work every day": '

'Punishment9 more floorthe they larger push off the pile on the on twain shall part. ... ... .... ....... .............., do.don't I like,just it any wish more our than County you I hope something can lx!
done about this ,
my desk becomes. It is absolutely I heartily agree, and venture ; Commissioners had to walk "sliPfC'n'
I The Disease slimy, goopy mess" Il
it time then
ilo foolproof against such the opinion that people through one ,
". efforts. their maybe they would do( some- get the front end of my cur
piddling who have time to tidy up
If the famed English operetta com- invitation to Zeigler to, speak at the desk every day, must have !;Of AlcoholismLast thing about it repaired.

posers, Gilbert and Sullivan were living school fort fee in excess of $2,000. What "One"year one of my co- ''very little time to do anythingelse A very upset resident of Just one disgusted resident
with his
workers conspired Pleasant' Grove
living on
would have to revise their could this really constructive.All week our article was on Pleasant Grove Road.D. ,
today they phoney propagandist possiblysay cousin,, a fire inspector, to the physical of the Road.: :I"-,
tuneful admonition that "the punish- that would be worth two cents-- come in on one of his off days of which reminds me of a disease of alcoholism.aspects This .W. Adams >--AliceM.llumilton;:

ment fits the crime." much less $2.000 Nor would he be and declare my desk a public co-worker of some years back was done to give a better ,Rt. 2,Starke. IU. 2, Box HI-A;
worth that much money even as side-' fire hazard. That, I submit, is who always ended each day "understanding of the disease,

What would they think if they were show attraction such as Fatima the Fat sinking to a new low. with a 10 or 15 minutes desk and to emphasize that t doctors, ... .................... ... ...i.:
here to see such ironical reverse {idy-up. When he left the office hospitals, and de-toxification
the Rubber Man.
Lady or Rudolph "You're a litterbug, says
"punishment" as the Watergate crim- the office Mr. Cleans, pointingan every scrap of paper was filed units have new drugs and f
inals being turned out of prison after "' accusing finger. away every pencil neatly in techniques to help them in I]($ [SGJV1i3J P
Conversely, it is galling to learn that place and the gem clips lined their treatment'' of the alcoholic -
serving only a fraction of their sen- some far-out group at the University of "No, I'm'not. I'm a clutter- up in the box like little toy sol .
tences;to be glamorized and idolized on bug. There's deal of diers.
Florida has invited the truth-juggling a great
the lecture circuit at fabulous fees or Zeigler,,to speak on their campus for a difference. I love my clutter On his way out of the officeone disease Alcoholism as well Is as a physical.mental. (! Jl] :
I'm attached to it andcouldn't
books about their
afternoon he .
writing illegal exploitsand handsome fee. paused The mental part of the diseasecan :
living in luxury while the royaltiesroll live without it. If you gave soulful look at my desk, be treated, but the treat- :
don't like it here, why don't and sighed, "Boss, you mean
in? As suggested by the dean of'Boston you go back to the desk you well, but you're just not understanding ment is more and effective help from if I] [!J .
,
It is enough to turn the stomach to University there is something morally came from? neat! the family and friends of the ..

read about sophomoric university stu- wrong in helping persons get rich "They denounce the But even that was not as alcoholic are present. If this ..
dents paying thousands of dollars to because of air abnormal interest in their material on my desk_: as trash caustic a comment as the understanding and help is '.

hear the likes of Ron Zeigler the thor- association with the Watergate cover-up stands freely a given much,. the better alcoholic chanceof My views, feel, must express '

oughly discredited and admittedly and associated scandals. recovery:!

deceittul protege( and press agent for ex- About this "slippery, slimy, mess" "
Encouraging Watergate figures to County Agents By Unfortunately, the methods
President Nixon, or John Dean who, ,, ,,
used by the family and friendsof ,
though his testimony did finally help brazenly exploit themselves for profit BobbyTaylor the alcoholic almost Invariably That Bradford roads have now become; 6'''

convict some of his Watergate colleagues cannot help,but, add to the disillusionment Notebook aggravate the condition '
and cynicism of impressionable' {: J : i .-Yinkn: '
can hardly be held up as a !they are intended to alle- Shaking'us4Ji5imfilweW rztt'mb.'M.: ," .
model ,of yung.merican( manhood.It young people who might well wonder: if. viate. Almost all families and .

"the punishment fits the 'Crime" when ... studied friends the unless disease they use have the For those who think- their roads" are' bad" ?, "' t

those'who have disgraced themselvesand A heavy frost or freeze can kill
is to the credit of Boston University
7:30: p.m., Monday, wrong methods, obviously
students that they had the good judg- their nation are allowedeven en- February 10, is the time and these blooms fruit and possibly this without realizing that they are I tell you, folks you ain't been had

ment to rescind their original illadvisedTougher couragedto profit by their crimes. date of the first meeting for spring.prevent Sap could production start risingin defeating their own purpose.
interested in growing For this it is good for
anyone reason '
and the buds be Until travel Bessent Road
pecans may you ,
gardens or vegetables for the family and friends of the
swelling and starting growth.A .
sale. alcoholic to understand what
Law ForD WI freeze could do serious NOT to do, to prevent uninten- And get the worksthe :whole dern load!
I to buds and
The meeting will be held in damage growth if this continues. new tionally hurting their alcoholic

A the Agriculture Building at in his recovery, They don't make washboards any more
,
North 301
the Fairgrounds on
You might recall that we This article could more
in Starke. This is the first of a
The new Florida law, making penal- series of meetings that I pro- had similar weather condition appropriately be entitled, That can compare with this eyesore.
-DWI third offense -within five 1 last about this time. This
ties tougher for who drink and ( ; mised to conduct before start- i year "What not to do if you have an
has been in persons effect since years), minimum sentence of 30 days in ing our Farmers Retail Mar- was followed by a hard freezein alcoholic in your home or as a Uncle Ned who has
drive January 1, February. This could be one friend." No blame should be My false teeth
jail to maximum of 'a fine ket later this .
up a one year; spring.At
of the had
and every personeven the occasional reasons we very attached to people who in their
"social drinker"- should familiarize him- up to $1,000; and License revocation up the first meeting, I will little pecan and fruit production desperate need have resortedto Can't travel Bessent cause beneath
to five last .
years. year.GQL these methods.
They are a
self or herself with its provisions. be discussing selecting a site
fo gardens, soil sampling, soil '" natural outcome of- the The dirt are logs laid side by side
Under this statute a person found( preparation liming, fertilizers -.. general belief that alcoholic

guilty in court of driving while under the DUBAL penalties are as follows:. and fertilization, soil I fw W0 drinking"Will is Power merely, ,and a questionof there- That shake his dentures till they slide
insects and nematodes. Theseare
influence of alcohol (DWI) will lose driv- fore entirely within the controlof
ing privileges for a minimum of 90 days. -First convictionfine up to $250 or subjects that I get frequent the alcoholic if he could just '
calls about this time of QLE Right out his mouthand one day ..
JVm
sentence to 90 in jail both n see.
up days or
The law makes it mandatory for a judgeto Understanding and be made to exercise that ,

I find a person caught driving with a and a license revocation for a minimumof year.following good management control. They landed in tall
a pine tree!
30 days up to 90 days. Willia m S. Haas
blood alcohol level of .20 or higher guiltyof practices relative to these When a person's drinking is
DWI if other facts prove him or her subjects can usually insure a Veterans Service Officer just starting to create problems
Alas alack! When it is
dryThe'
I guilty.At --Second conviction within three good start to successful vege- You ) often an effort is madeat .
table have been reading
years- minimum of ten days in jail a production.A about the President friendly discussion on what

the same time, a lesser offense fine up to $500. and license revocation second meeting tenta to send out insurance planning divi- drinking is doing to him and to dust flies high into the: sky,

DUBAL (driving with an unlawful blood from six months to one year, tively scheduled for February dends earlier this year. I just his family. 'This approachmay
succeed if the is
24 will cover selecting varie- received the following infor- person And when it rains- you speak of muck!
alcohol level,) has been created. The new drinker and not
just a heavy
ties, seed, seed treatment and mation I thought would be
-Third conviction you
offense makes it unlawful for within five years- an alcoholics!. If the person is
anyone methods of planting. A third interested in.Veterans .
with a blood alcohol level of from .10 to minimum of 30 days in jail, a fine up to meeting will cover insect and an alcoholic, it will' not suc Why, even "The Board" itself got stuck i

.20 to drive or be in actual physical cont $500 and license revocation for one disease control irrigation, Administration ceed.. .
I announces of Insur- When they came out to view the clay. :
payments
and weed control. Later meet- ,
trol of any'vehicle.It year. dividends Normally the effort to discuss ,
t ings we will cover harvesting, ance : the matter "reasonably"is :.

has been a common practice in the marketing and, preservation G. I. insurance dividends renewed over and over Th.ey.leftltAerr I oar and walked away. :
of vegetables.
past, to withhold adjudication in the case This step toward stiffening the penal- 'will be paid during 1975 to again, despite the fact that it
of a first time offender while perhaps ties for drunken driving will be welcome This series of meetings is veterans who have kept their leads more and more swiftlyto The road is 7Ufry'Ow. and the bridges i
news to the sober; law-abiding citizen open to the public. Anyone World War I, World War II. disputes' and arguments.The .
sending him to driving school or puttinghim alcoholic soon calls this
and Korean G.I. insurance
whose I life is who vegetables or is Would not
constantly endangered by grows support a pair of midgets.
or her on probation. But under the interested in vegetable policies in force. Paymentswill nagging, and uses it as an
drivers who have had one (or more) too pro- excuse to drink even more. .
be made throughout the
law
new judges are no longer permittedto duction is welcome to attend
many. on the anniversary datesof J tell you whatyou take Forsyth
withhold adjudication in such cases any or all meetings. year
the individual policies. Emotional appeals are t

Mandatory penalties under the new Last year in Florida alone some 600 Call your County Agent's Almost affected.4Vi million veteransare another not work form if the of talk person that is will an And Pleasant. Grove. Upon my life. \I. :
office at 964-6554 in Starke if :
highway fatalities were attributed to
law include: alcoholic. "How can you do
drivers who were drinking while driv- you are interested about these or meet-have Veterans of World Wars I this to me?" "Doesn't my love 1 bet that both for bumps and goop, !
-DWI (first offense),a fine of from $25 ing. And figures indicate that drinking questions and II will get higher G.I. mean anything toyou?" "How ;

to $500 up to six months in jail and drivers were to blame in more than half ings. insurance dividends in 1975 can you" do this to the .Could not compare with" -"Besse 'Loop.Diogenea ."-- i
license revoked from 90 and Korean Conflict veterans children? These point the '
days to one of all fatal accidents in the
occurring
Last week did not seem likeit will receive dividends for the finger of shame and blame at ,.. ::
Nation during 1974. could possibly be a week inJanuary. first time. The payments will the alcoholic increasing his :,
year.DWI Day temperatures in total million already acute sense of guilt ,

years), a (minimum second offense of ten within days in three jail The sooner these tipsy booby-traps on the made 80 it s seem and like warm we nights were million$335.6 higher than last, $31.8 year and giving him an excuse to .........................N.1u u.u u..i n......n..iu.aat"

with maximum sentence of six months a wheels are dealt with in the harsh already into April or May. and the eighth successive year .(See Page J 14), ) i

and revocation ofdriver's manner they 'deserve, the sooner our that the amount of the divi- ..................... ,........ KNOW THE LAW ,.'
fine up to $500, dends has climbed. b
Unusual weather like this .
will of .
'
highways enjoy a greater degree :
license from six months to two Dividends will be paid for .0
can be good for some '
years. protection from this menace.atili and livestock, but can crops have The 130,000 World War I the first time to 566,000 the'The optional 1974 Legisi ture'paSied form,?! or the "county chair.

some bad effects on others. veterans whose U. S. Govern- Korean Conflict veterans with law which provides county an charter alternative administrator plan."
For example, winter forage ment Life Insurance policies "RS" and "W" prefixes onVeterans' method for adoption of The responsibilities of' both
like and will Special Lite Insur- the legislative and the execu"\
pRIQ crops rye, ryegrass bear the letter "K" a county charter '
cot clover seemed to grow more receive an average paymentof ance policies. They will get an, .live '
1879- last week than they have all $169, compared with $1S in average dividend of$11.These In lieu of'the presently. of a county adopting a chart*:
.pp winter.This is providing some 1974 and$142 in 1973. The pay- payments will come to $6.1 existing procedures the enumerated in detail; '
p. much needed feed for cattle ments for these will total $22 ,million Board of County Com. After *
because grazing has been poor million. missioners may'propose a the reorganization
see
0 and insufficient for several Check your policy if charter by ordinance and pro under, charter, the Board of

months.Of course, cattle have ,you have everything' in,order\ vide for a special election: for; County?,cemmi..1cInth atoll .
The 3.72 million World War .ysett
BOB G. FERGUSON -JOHN M. MILLER IIdoDC
the an
approval or antelalrative
'e N gotten along better, especially National rejection code
l f tl veterans whose U you have any questions
Pod elisrs the proposed charter the eel the duties ;
with the mild by an4
during calving re
Published each Thursday and entered n tccond On Matter at the post Office at Stark, Fla. under Act weather. policies Service bear Life the. letter Insurance"V" veterans regarding matter the above, contact or any the) elector: GI Uw ountyj,, v&fsg"":P':to netall Ii\," ..It''''< ot.M.W;: \ ,

of March 3, 1879. ,.- Looks like these spring-time will receive an average pay- Bradford County Service< '.The charter may provide for? t -I.-": : :rF \
Subscription. rate In trade area: *6 per year:'' $3.50 six months." ment of 983 compared. with Office in the Courthouse all. one of three forma of county further" I" '

Outside trade are*: $7 per year: ...00 six months. temperatures, plum; pecan are and fooling other the $75 in 1974 and $72: In 1973. day 'Monday or until noon' government. 'deftMd ta.tlM3(tl'4J''a ""' il-1iI<"" "

Phone' 964-6306: Starke, Fla. pear fruit trees. I saw several plum Payments for these will total Wednesday each week. Phone act: >the "county executive Williams.... O. Box l0 ''l '
tree m full bloom last week. 9307.5 million. number is 964-5634. ,form,"' tlw "county,manager __"-.....w..a -..... ,..'"
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February 6,1975, TELEGRAPH Page l

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HAAAPTON
: MILD CURED SHANK PORTION HICKORY 1
AREANJWS .....
SAVE

by Josephine FontaineRECREATION

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An adult Basic Education
Class was started Wednesday "g4 ?' ,
night at Hampton City Half. r Quantity RightsReservecT
Classes will be held each Jt y '"
Monday and Wednesday from 1 B'f e.I_ 'Y f, WINN DIXIE STORES, INC.
6:30to9:30: : p.m.Anyone Inter- r- YY ,f' r ,COPYRIGHT
ested may enroll at the City M '
Hall next Monday night. 'r''A III1W AI&M
The 4-H Club held their ,...
regular meeting at Hampton
Elementary School with 23 ..
members present. All of them 4wFac
signed up and got cards at this
meeting.., Mrs. Joyner and
Mrs. Stone who are membersof SAVE
a cooking class gave a HICKORY SMOKED ,

doughnuts demonstratipn from on canned making biscuits MILD CURED HAM 30eIS. ?
and they were enjoyedby ,
everyone. Mrs. Bernice BUTT PORTION LB, 78C ,. BEEF PEOP
Baldree furnished refreshments -

The.Hampton Senior' Citizens WHOLE HAM u75C Food stamps Wf PLEDGE TO TIGHT kW
Club will hold their go further at INFLATION AND CONSERVE ENERGY

regular meeting Friday, Feb. QUARTER SLICED LB98c Winn Dixie
7, at 7:30: p.m.FRIENDS .

Mr. and Mrs.&NEIGHBORS Bill Cholakisof CENTER ROAST LB $119 LB. PRICES GOOD THURS.' FEB. 6,' THRU WED. FEB. 12

New York and Mrs Rose
Hull of St. Petersburg spent
several days with Mrs. Diane W-D BRAND, USDA CHOICE BOTTOM USDA INSP. W-D BRAND PURE (NO ADDITIVES) W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE STEAKS
Rhea. Mrs. Hult is Mrs.

burg Rhea's Florence has grandmother.been Adams visiting of Middle-her, ROUND ROAST GROUND BEEF DELMONICOSU.

sister, Mrs. Stokes for the
past month.

Mrs. Henrietta Zorn of San- $ 19 $ A39 SAVE $ 79't'ci
ford was a guest of her 4Oe 20tl6.
brother-in-law and sister Mr. $ FARMLAND
and Mrs. Gene Taylor.After n CANNED la.
visit with the Taylors they are '
OOVIMNMIMT GIADIDJ. HAM I LB. aorll.wl.r a .11. 8
going on to Waycross Ga..to 8
visit their brother, Clark S. CHOICE LB. PKG. U. S. CHOICE,
Corwin 3 CAN $479 LB.
Mr. and Mrs.. W. Fontaine
attended a Flea Market in '
W-D BRAND USDA GR. "A" FRESH FROZEN W-D BRAND FRYING JUMBO BOUNTY
Jacksonville last Saturday.
Sympathy is extended to the
I family of Mrs. Alberta Pitt-. ROUND STEAKUSDA CHICKENS TOWELSSAVE
man who passed. away Thurs- ;
day, Jan. 30. She has been a
resident of Hampton Since
1939 and is the mother of Mrs.
{Bernice Durham. Serviceswill $ 29 WHOLE r' SAVE
[ be held at St. Paul's
I Baptist Church in LaCrosse at 40c 18tTeiEr.
[1 pm. Saturday, Feb 8. LB. ..OnAl, 49 p 88
To give me your news items, coru..l..w.o1o '' 8 .
please call 468.1156 or mail to
S. CHOICE
(,Box 160, Hampton. If desired ROLLS
[you may leave them at LB. ., LB.
[Hampton' General Store., _


BROOKERIN W.D BRAND W 0 BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF ALlFranks SAVE 17c STOKELY CUT DOUGLAS

BRIEF .1. V IK 69C Meat Stew . LB $139 Green Beans 3 CANS 16,01, 88C Whole I Chicken .CAN 5001, 99C

MERICO BUTTER ME NOT SAVE 33c THRIFTY MAID THRIFTY MAID BARTLETT

fj ByJeannettePnjscptt, d13U1. ,Biscuits., .,,,:,. ,_ v. .St45C .'Cheddar, Cheeseta) $129 1 ?,Apple Sauce *A r 16.0.CAN*.' .$10O' i Pear$- j. ,,_. ,..?? .:,. .h iA O .cfts 19"\ % ,$..t 00 uSAVE -'1
'flEEF .. .'_ .- MONQGRAM'IONG'GRAfN"'v'' ) / r'r' "I' 't1N"'TI11IFYYMAID' VIENNA/! ,, .,/ 'I. I f'loom
SAVE 20c WD BRAND USDA CHOICE BO"" ESS EYE FWD BRAND SLICED COOKED = )IOU ; : i n" >

, ?PTA The met PTMKKTING Brooker on Tuesday: Elementary Jan. 21, Round Roast ." LB .$159 1 Ham, . 0 .? 'V'Pa' $1"1. Rice . : 3 'PKG": 68C Sausage 0 3 CANS' : $100

"ft:when it was decided to pur- SAVE 30c W.D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF BONELESS W D'BRAND CHUNK CROCKER LAYER THRIFTY MAID POWDERED

iihabe the school the:following 8 tape recorders items for 5 Shoulder, Roast LB $119 B raunsc h welger-0 79 Cake Mixes 218"01.' $100 I Milk, . 0 20 'QUART PKG, $379

(record players, 6 headsets, W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF COPELAND PORK ROIL HOT OR MILD SAVE lie THRIFTY MAID 'SFruit

[(duplicating for( the machine library and)I. I filmstrips The 'Short Ribs . LB79c Sausage . t.99C Drinks 2 CANS 6'01 $100 Dog Food 0 0 .5 ''c-v" $1

next meeting will be held
Tuesday. Feb. II.
School l will be dismissed at 1
|pm. today so that teachers HUNT'S THRIFTY MAID VINE RIPE
(may attend curriculum meetings -
| in Starke. KETCHUP CHILI & BEANS TOMATOESSAVE
i 1 Priscilla Munson with the
[Division of Mental Health, is ftszsa32oz.
Lit school on Tuesdays, Wed-


(Envsda.vs.Invariable interested would like and to to parents.work Fridays.meet with with If She her any you is, 38t $ SAVE 33' $ 01X11 BREAD FAMILY OARIING


please cull the school I .2 i 4 39 ..
I Mrs Rebii Robinson has or-

grades.ganized in the a The Brownie!second Brownie Troop and Troop third forluirls BTLS.. 1 SVaoi.CAN 3EGAVES LB.

|will be meeting each Monday
Tier school until p.m., in the
|school cafeteria.. LIPTON MRS. SMITH'SAPPLE


Mr.. and PKHSONAI-S: Mrs. Paul D,- TEA BAGS !iEr! PIE
Prescott and Johnny visited SUGAR' !bI :, ::
(Aunt Mvrtice and Uncle : ,.:
..
I Oliver Clemens recently in ,... ,
I Luke Butler. Mrs. Willia Mae SAVE Or.
I Southerland was visiting( them 08 .
I also. 31' $ $ O39
Mrs. Eva: llarrell spent a \
I week recently with her 26-OZ. 79f':
(children. Mr and Mrs Paul '5 Lb.
I Emery: and family in Quincy. ,,JOO-CT. 3O< PIE
I milI | SAVE
Mr. and Mrs. Zedra Ha PKG. Bag
I ton spent last weekend in Bra-
denton with Charlie Edwards L
Our sympathy goes to the
I family of Arthur A. Edwards SOUTHERN: BISCUIT THRIFTY MAID SAVE 20e THRIFTY MAID FRESH

I Local In the loss survivors of their Include loved one.his Flour . '. 5, PKBG 68'; To.matoes. .. 3 CANS', 88C ASTOR Ice Milk ". ,. GAL'B, . .. 69C

mother Mrs. Alice Edwards HANDY PANTS DISPOSABLE CRACKIN' GOOD I FRESH FLORIDA
two brothers Coy and J, V.I I IBPKGS Orange Juice 3 12 0> $109 1 LB.
VKCOT 99C Saltines CANS
2 loo
I Edwards, a son Ernest Edwards Diapers . '.' .' Oranges, . a 5 BAG 59C
MORTON SPAGHETTI & MEAT MACARONI CHEESE -
I and a granddaughter SAVE I Or THRIFTY MAIDPuddings ,CRACKIN GOOD TOASTERPastries MACARONI BEEF OR CHICKEN NOODLE U S. No. I RUSSET '

( Mrs. Patsy Outlaw. . '4 CANS 50. 59C . 2 r Kag: $1 Dinner' '. ,. 3 l&: $1 Baking ,Potatoes. '10LB.BAG 69C

THRIFTY MAID IRISH SAVE 50c DIXIE DARLING BROWN N' SERVE SEEDtO OR TASTE O SEA OR FRESH HEADSPotatoes

a1. . 3 ,CANS" 88C 'Cluster Rolls., .', 3 X". $100 Perch Fillet : V Ka' 99C Lettuce . . LB. 25:

THRIFTY MAID SLICED OR CUT SAVE lOt DIXIE DARLING CINNAMON FRUIT OR FOX CE LURE HAMBURGER CHEESE OR WESTERN D'ANJOU

PRINTINGStatiMwy B t', .' .. 3\ 160'CANS 88 Pecan Buns . '1101 PKG. 59C. Sausage Pizza '. ''KG..'01.: 69C. Pears .3 .200.

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,
1, SUPERBRANOCottage ,1 CHEER : 48 01 BOTTLE I SURE MAGIC Till BRITC LYSOL SPRAY :.
C...... Dot.rg.nt : Mop & Glo ;_ CI.an.r i DisinfectantnOOO ;:
'ttU' OOOO THRU FIB 12 1 t"A' COOO THRU ,n. 12'_ GOOD THRU FEB 12 OOOO THRU FIB 12 1 THRU FEB 12 1
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for r ; You 1 I I ,&l.-CRHK. STAMPS, : I I d7.f(MIWM.M GREEN*wrw M STAMPS MM MIBCMM 0* 1 I I .ax.. .LUw GREEN,.. r .STAMPS w.wu..u a :I I I zt ., .STAMPS.., I I 'dx. ..GREEN...w--1 STAMPS ww ..tl ;:l'j| u
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? 1 ONE PKO QUARTER ONE USDA GRADE "A" c '.4CT PRO, 12.... CAN I I.IB PKO. / 0 I
: LOIN SLICED ASSORTEDPark" 'W.O BRAND : j GREEN GIANT MINUTI MAID +., ASTOR' :
Siadfir Priuteisi / Chaps 6oklegH.n '' 'Corn onthCobGOOD : Oranga :Julca l It InstantPotatou' :;
: -' 0000 THRU PBS. ,))2 1 flee OOOO.THRU FEE ,12 :' THRU. Fit 12 GOOD THRU FIB. 1 2 GOOD THRU' FIB.,,,I2 ,'Iti..
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Page IZ TELEGRAPH February 8, 1975



LEGALS LEGALS St. Mark's Community

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NOTICE OF INTENTION petition. serve a copy of 'your written entered in cause numbered 74- PROVIDING FOR THE REPEAL- News

REGISTER ,WITNESS my hand and the defenses, if any, to it ,on. 306) in the Circuit Court of Brad ING OF ALL ORDINANCESAND s srs ChurchChurch
FICTITIOUS NAME seal of said Court on January 7, RICHARD E. WELTY 114 N. ford County, Florida I will sell PARTS OF ORDINANCESIN +HI
1975. ; Walnut Street, P. O. Box 995 the property situated in Bradford' CONFLICT THEREWITH; Qa: Yi end Bait Jaokun" Str..l. ELIZABETH GIVEN!= WALKER

Pursuant to Section 865.09 Starke, Florida 32091 and file County, Florida, described as: AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE THE REVJOHN M. PLYNN.
Florida Statutes, notice is here GILBERT BROWNAs the original with the dork of the The East Half of Lots Five (5)( )' DATE." NAACP TO SPONSOR

by given that the undersigned Clerk of Said Court above-styled Court on or before and Seven ((7)) of Block 24 of A copy of the proposed Thurs.i Feb. 6 *-- Brownie BLACK HISTORY WEEK: :

Cecelia T. Terwillegar, 1525 E. By: Beulah M. MoodyAs March 3, 1975, otherwise a Johns Addition to the Town of Ordinance may be inspected by Troop meeting, 3:30fpm: The history of the Negro

Call St., Starke Bradford Deputy Clerk judgment may be entered Starke Florida in Section 28, the public prior to the meeting at Inquirers Class 7:30. Race will be observed starting

County Florida 32091 doing 1L16 4t 2/6 against you for the relief Township 6 South, Range 22 the City Hall in Brooker, Florida Fri., Feb. 7 Junior:; Choir Monday night, Feb 10, at AME 7:3:

business under the firm name demanded in the Petition. East as per map or plat recordedIn All interested parties may appearat Practice 3:30: p.m. p.m. In Mt. Pisgah

of 'TERWIULEGAR REALTY", I WITNESS my hand and the Deed Book L, Page 629, of the the meeting on February 25 Sun, Feb. 9 Holy Eucha- Church, South Starke. The
206 West Madison Street seal of said Court on the 22nd topic will be "Labor, Industryand
public records of Bradford Church School
.
IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL 1975 at 7:00: P.M, and be heard rist, 8:30: a m. "
Starke, Bradford County, day of January, 1975.GILBERTS.. County Florida.at 11 Membership. Tuesday
at ;
CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDAIN with respect to the proposed Paulk PromotedTo 9:45: ; Morning Prayer night's activity will be held in
Florida 32091 intends to
register EYC 5 Senior
AND FOR BRADFORD Ordinance. Brig. General Junior p.m
said fictitious name under the BROWN Lawtey at St Johns Baptist
public sale, to the highest
COUNTYIN Colonel John R. Paulk, 81st EYC, 6:45.:
of aforesaid statute AS CLERK OF SAID COURTBy bidder for cash Church with the topic being
provisions at the front doorof Joyce A. Castlen Tactical Fighter Wing Mon, Feb. 10 Brownie
Cecelia T. Terwillegar sole : Beulah M. Moody The Youth Work, Wednesdaynight's
RE: The Marriage of Bradford County CourtHouse City Clerk, commander, has been Troop 604, 4:30: p.m. will be held
owner. CARL EDWARD .BAUGESS, Deputy Clerk in Starke, Florida, between City of Brooker, Florida selected for promotion to Tues., Feb. H Girl Scout program
Dated this 23rd day of Husband 1/30 4t 2/20 11 A.M. and 11:30: A.M.on 1t 2/6 brigadier general.His Troop 614, 3:30: Youth at Pleasant Grove United

January A. D. 1973 at Starke, and the 14th day of February, promotion will be confirmed Confirmation Cass, 3:30: ; Methodist Church west of
Florida. 1975. Starke with the topic on Education
1/23 4t 212IN MARIE LAURA BAUGESS, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF CALL FOR BIDS by the United States Annual Shrove Tuesday Pan Friday night's meeting
Wife. THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- Senate as openings for briga- cake Supper, 5:30: to 7:30: p.m.
GILBERT Sealed bids will be received by will! be held at Macedonia
Civil Action CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND BROWN Clerk dier Proceeds will go toward
FOR general occur.A
the City Council of the City of Baptist Church, Law ley. with
Beulah M.
THE CIRCUIT COURT, Case No.75-6 BRADFORD COUNTY. By: Moody Clerk Brooker, Florida at the Qty Hall native of Willacoochee, helping Episcopal Young the topic on Church Work and

EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF CASE NO. 75-25 1t 2/6 Deputy in Brooker Florida until 7:00: Georgia, Colonel Paulk Is the Churchmen sponsor a child in Freedom Fund. On Sunday,

FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRAD- NOTICE OF ACTIONTO P.M. on, the 25th day of nephew of Dave Paulk, of need through the ChristianChildren's Feb. 16, which will terminatethe

FORD COUNTY. : CARL EDWARD PAULINE LOTT. Plaintiff vs. February, A. D. 1975 at which/ Starke. (Fund, Inc. activity at New Bethel

BAUGESS CHARLES HENRY ALEXAN- NOTICE OF INTENT'TO CONSIDER time and place all bids receivedwill Colonel Paulk is the com Baptist Church in Starke. the
CIVIL ACTION YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a DER and DAISY ANN ALEXANDER THE ADOPTION OF AN be publicly opened and read mander of the 81st Tactical annual NAACP Rally will beheld
Petition for Dissolution of his wife Defendants Fighter Wing which is basedat
Case No 75-15 ORDINANCE REPEALING aloud on the following: The public is invited! to
In re: The Matter of the Marriage has been filed againstyou CHAPTER 27413 LAWS OF One ((1)) mile of paving In the RAF Bentwaters, England.. attend all activities
Adoption of ROBERT DEXTER and there is a demand in the NOTICE OF ACTIONTo FLORIDA, SPECIAL ACTS OF city limits of the City of Brookerof As one of the primary strike PINE LEVEL j
Petition that the Court award the ,arms of the North Atlantic \
WIGGINS 1951, CHAPTERS 28916 and which plans and specifications MpILcruHuJ tllUKtll.NKMSMl. :
certain property owned by you Charles Henry Alexanderand 28918, LAWS OF FLORIDA may be obtained from Roy Treaty Organization, the wing L-- I Zion AMK: : Church, Rev

NOTICE OF SUIT- and your wife as tenants by the SPECIAL ACTS OF 1953 Carroll, Mayor, Brooker, Florida; operates the McDonnell F-4D t Richard Bethel pastor. Services

NO PROPERTYTo entirety located at Starke, Daisy Ann Alexander, his CHAPTER 61-1896, LAWS OF also bids for extension of water Phantom, a twin-engine, two- begin with Church

Bradford County, Florida, and wife FLORIDA, SPECIAL ACTS OF line of which the plans and man, all-weather tactical School 10 a.m. Love "'easl..11
Dexter Elwin II and particularly described as.l:) 219 East Humble Ave. be obtained fighter. Tel nos .1 will be
Phibbs specifications
: 1961 AND CHAPTER 67-1128, may The colonel is a, rrte9ll,. a.m. Communion given
Texas 75601 married to
Longview,
7200 Hampton Blvd. from the Mayor. the 4 service. All
LAWS OF FLORIDA SPECIAL rtNeetlrJlw: at p.m
PARCEL 1 One
: acre on Gail Council Paulk of
square Ruskin
Norfolk, Virginia ACTS OF 1967 CREATING THE The said City Council reserves members and friends invitedto
North side of SE 1/4 of NW 1/4 ; Florida.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat They have a one-
BRADFORD COUNTY the right to accept or reject any attend and each member is
of an adjoining road lying in a Complaint to foreclose year-old son, Jell.1i. .
HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat all bids.
YOU ARE HOSPITAL AUTHORITY; or asked to please pay in the bud-
Section 26, Township 7 South, Articles of has
been
an action for Adoption has Agreement ."The Country Church with which is to be-
get money
Dexter Range 22 East ,SAVE AND filed against you in the above- CITY COUNCIL OF CITY OF the Heavenly Message."
been filed against you TO: ALL CITIZENS TAX- reported in the District Conference -
Dwin Phibbs, II, and you are EXCEPTING THEREFROM named Court and you are PAYERS AND OTHER INTERESTED BROOKER, FLORIDABy Four miles west of Starke on Feb. 7-9, in Jacksonville -
Commence at the intersection of required to serve a copy of vouransIMIl' Castlen 100. Church 964-
required to serve a copy of your PERSONS. : Joyce A. Hwy. phone _
if it the North boundary of SE 11A/ of or pleading to the Town Clerk 6490. Parsonage 964-6407. ,
written defenses any to on New Bethel Baptist ('bunh.Rev .
the plaintiff's attorney, whose NW 1/4 of Section 26 Complaint on the Plaintiff'sattorney YOU AND EACH OF YOU are"' 1t 2/6 Sunday Bible School 10 Leroy Davis pastor
7 22
Township South Range RICHARD E.
is H. WELTY. a.m. Sunday' Morning Wor-
name and address George hereby and herewith given Weekly services begin Friday
East, Bradford County Florida 114 N. Street
Walnut P. O. Box
ship, 10:50: a.m. Sunday
Pierce, Esq. P. O Drawer 1030 notice in accordance with r night with the Choir rendering
THE CIRCUIT
IN COURT
and the Easterly right of line Starke 32091
way 995 Florida and
Starke Florida, 32091 and file Section 125.66, Florida Statutesthat EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Evening Training, 6pm. services at 8 p.m. in green
of State Road No. 100 and run file the
original answer
or plead-
the original with the clerk of the the Board of Sunday Evening Worship, 7 Cove Church SchoolTeachers
County Springs.
thence South 18 degrees, 35 ing in the office of the Clerk of I BRADFORD COUNTY,
above styled court on or before Commissioners of Bradford will be hold
minutes, 30 seconds East, along the Circuit Court in and for FLORIDA. p.m.Wednesday meeting
February 17, 1975: otherwise a County, Florida, at their Special File No. 74-344-CP (1-2250)( ) 4 Evening at 3 p.m. Saturday. Bible
said right of way line, 210 feet, Bradford County, Florida on or pat t
Judgement may be entered North 89 16 Meeting to be held at 10:00: a.m.. rI4' Worship, 7:30: pm Class and Prayer Meeting. >4
thence degrees, before March 3, 1975.
against you for the relief in the Commission School Prayer Meetings: Choir No. 1 Rehearsal ttpm
minutes, 30 seconds East 77 feet Real Property at Issue is as County IN RE: ESTATE OF GLADYS M. ciueOpportunities Bradford High Tues. and p.m.
demanded in the complaint or Meeting Room, Bradford Sunday. Church School
to the point of beginning; thence follows: AYER,. deceased.
Thurs. 8 a.m. Room A-18.
,
petition. County Court House Starke, 9:30.: Morning Worship ul II.
continue North 89 degrees, 16 The West 462 feet of the East Union County High Wed.,
WITNESS hand and the
my Florida, on Monday February At 3 Deaconess BoardNo
NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo p.m.
minutes 30 seconds East 133 858 feet of the South One-Half
seal of said Court January 14, for Service: 7:20: a.m., Room 107
on 26, 1975. will consider the adop- 2 will have their anniver-
all
feet thence North 18 degrees, IS1of.) the Southwest One- all creditors and persons
1975. 35 minutes 30 seconds West 38 Quarter (SWV) of the South- tion of an Ordinance relating to: having claims or demands 9:45 Sunday Sunday School, sary observance Rev Oliver

feet, thence South 72 degrees, east One-Quarter (SEW) of against this estate: Church; Morning Worship' at 11; ISENIOR will be the speaker. Communion -
GILBERT BROWN. AN ORDINANCE repealing Training, 6:15: ; Service, 6:30: p.mMt. .
21 minutes, 12 seconds West Section 20 Township 7 South, You are notified and required '
As Dark of said Court 27413 Laws of Florida Evening Worship, 7:30.: Mrtho-
126.62 feet to the point of Range 22 East. Chapter by Section 733.15 Florida Sta- Moriah United :
By: Beulah M. MoodyAs Special Acts of 1951, Chapters Monday Girls Ensemble, diet Church and Pleasant!
beginning. If you fail to do so, judgmentby tutes to file any claims and CITIZENSPetitions
Deputy perk 6:30; Youth Choir, 7 o'clock.
default will be taken 28916 and 28918, Laws of demands which have drove Parish Rev.Willie Stilt
against you may
1/23/ 4t 212UNITED Florida, Special Acts of 1953, Tuesday Helen Masters pastor. Choir No. I rehearsal 7pm
PARCEL Commence: at the you for relief demanded in the against the estate of GLADYS ,
at the Church
Chapter 61-1896 Laws of Group 10 a.m.; Wednesday. The 'Communion -
intersection of the North' Complaint. M. AYER, deceased, in the Or-
Florida, Special Acts of 1961, cuit Court in and for Bradford Ida Darby Group, home of Stewards are invitedto l
boundary of SE 1/4 of NW 1/4 WITNESS my hand and seal protesting againstthe
Mrs. Lola Johnson
Lorena
STATES DISTRICT of Section 26 Township 7 this 21st day of January 1975. and Chapter 67-1128, Laws of County County Courthouse, ;; White House,, proposed attend the Deaconess Anniversary -
COURT MIDDLE DISTRICT OF Florida, Special Acts of 1967; Epperson Group, home of at 3 p.m. Sunday al
Florida food
South Range 22 East Bradford Starke, within four Leona .slashes in stamps medicare -
Mrs. Mathews
FLORIDA JACKSONVILLE County, Florida, and the Easterly GILBERTS. BROWNAS creating the Bradford County months from the date of the first Junior 2:30. and social security were New Bethel Baptist Church r
Choir and
DIVISION Court No. 74-613- right of way line of State Road CLERK OF SAID COURT Hospital Authority; providing for publication of this notice. Handbells, sent to Congressman Don Sunday Services will terminate I

Civ-JUNITED; STATES OF No. 100 and run thence South By: Beulah M. Moody the establishment, acquisition Each claim or demand must 3:20 home: ; Lottie of Moon Group at Fuqua, Senators Lawton with Sunday School at

AMERICA Plaintiff VS. RICKY 18 degrees, 35 minutes 30 Deputy Clerk construction equipping, main- be in writing and must state the Mrs. Betty Anne Chiles, Richard Stone, and P. 10 a.m.
JOHNS, and JULIE JOHNS, his seconds East along said right of V304t2/20 taining and operating of a place of residence and post- Phillips, 7:30: p.m. Associational Royal Shipp director Food Pleasant Grove I'nlled t.

wife Defendants NOTICE OF 'way.line, 210 feettouthe point of.. hospital for the use and benefit, 'office address of the claimant Evangelism Conference Stamp Division Food & Nutri- Methodist Parish. Wednesday
SALE:' Notice is hereby given. of the residents and citizens pf Bayless Highway, 7:30. USDA Night Bible Class P.,730.; :
beginning, thence continue, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT'' OF? and must be sworn to' by'the tion Service, Washington i
that pursuant to a Final Decreeof South 18 degrees 35 minutes, FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL Bradford County, Florida,, providing claimant, his agent, or his at- WednesdayFamily Night D., C.Gilbert. .Thursday night Prayer
Foreclosure Supper, acteens, 6:15: ; Sunday
entered on for the appointment of Meeting Church School. 10
30 seconds East said
along rightof torney.
December 18, 1974 by the above way line 22 feet thence CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRAD- five (15)) directors of said Hospital 'Each creditor shall deliver School Workers Meeting, Nelson, Federal a.m.. terminating services for
FORD COUNTY.
entitled Court in the above North 72 degrees, 21 minutes, CASE NO. Authority and fixing their sufficient copies of his claim to R.A., G.A.; World Friends, Grant Administrator for the the day

styled cause, the undersigned 12 seconds East, 73.30 feet; powers and duties; providingthat enable the Clerk to mail one to Mission Friends, 6:45: ; Hour of Library, gave us a very concise Kbenezer Baptist Church

United States Marshal or any of thence South 89 degrees 16 IN RE: The Estate of CULPEP- the Board of County each personal representative.Dated Power, 7:30: ; Church Choir informative talk, and Rev. Leroy Davis pastor.

his duly authorized deputies will minutes 30 seconds West, 77 PER M. LEWIS, Deceased Commissioners may appropriate Jan.. 30, 1975. Practice, 8:15.: demonstration on the use and Bible Class and Prayer Meeting -
sell the property situate in feet to the point of beginning. monies to said Hospital ThursdayVisitation, 9:30: ; service of the Library to the are held each week.

Bradford County, Florida Authority; providing for the Lewis M. Aver Youth A, valentine Banquet, people. Special large type Sunday School will conclude

described as: Portions of lots 1 PARCEL 3: Commence at the NOTICE creditors TO of CREDITORSAll the of appropriation of money and the As Executor of the Last Will 6:30: ; Visitation, 7 p.m. books for easy reading, services (for the day at 10 a.m.

and 3. Block 39 of Johns Ad- intersection of the North CULPEPPER. M. estate LEWIS raising of revenue for the acquisition and Testament of Gladys M. Friday Adult Valentine. especially for Senior Citizens St. Johns :Missionary' Baptist -

dition to the Town of Starke, boundary of SE 1/4/ of NW 1/4 deceased construction, maintenance Aver Banquet, 7pm.Saturday and Talking Book Machines Church. Kev. Willie Huffman -
,
are notified
hereby
Bradford County, Florida; said of Section 26, :Township 7 and equipping and operationof Youth B Valen-. for those who are blind or pastor. Services began
required to file claims
portions being more particularly South, Range 22 East Bradford demands which they any have or such Hospital; authorizing the 2/6/ 4t 2127NOTICE tine Banquet, 7 p.m. whose hands are crippled by with Prayer Band meeting<< at

described as follows: Com- County Florida, and the Easterly may Board of Directors to enter into arthritis or who cannot hold a Monday noon. Tuesday
against said estate in the officeof
mence at the Northeasterlycorner right of way line of State Road the Circuit Judge of Bradford agreements for group insurancefor OF INTENTIONTO -Ben Bryant, pastorQbituaries book for other reasons. All of Prayer Meeting and Bible

of said Lot 1 for point of No 100 and run thence North 89 County, Florida, in the the directors and employees; REGISTER these services are free. Class combined.. Sunday services -

beginning and run Southerly, degrees, 16 minutes, 30 seconds house at Starke, Florida, within court- and providing an effective date; FICTITIOUS NAME Martha Minx, Grace Jor- begin with Church

along the Easterly boundary East along said North Boundary four ((4)) calendar months from YOU ARE FURTHER GIVEN dan, and Brenda Hulsey will School, 10 a m. Morning
thereof and continuing NOTICE that a of said courteously assist you in Service at 11. Afternoon
210 feet to the point of the date of the first publication copy proposed Pursuant to Section 86609 : services -
Southerly along the Easterly ordinance is available for obtaining these Talking .
3pm.Greater
beginning; thence continue of this Florida Statutes
notice. Each claim notice is
boundary of said Lot 3, 100 feet North 89 degrees, 16 minutes, demand must be in and or your inspection at the office of hereby given that the undersigned A. A. Edwards Books Why not take advan- Bethlehem Freewill -
to the Southeasterly corner 30 seconds East along said writing the Clerk of the Circuit Court, tage of this gateway to a fuller Baptist Church. Rev
R. G.
must state the place of residenceand Hunsinger, 105
thereof; thence Westerly, along North 12 feet Bradford County Court House and more pleasant way of Jasper Williams pastor
boundary thence postoffice address of the E. Madison Street, Starke Arthur A. Edwards 76, died
the Southerly boundary of said South 14 degrees, 47 minutes claimant and must be sworn to Starke, Florida. Florida 32091, doing business Saturday, Feb. Iln Hillhaven life? Weekly services began with
Lot 3, 69 68 feet; thence Nor- 175.70 feet thence North EACH AND EVERY PERSON and Jane Tiny Tots rehearsal and
East Center Gaines-
; by the claimant, his agent, or his under the firm name of "APEXTV Convalescent Millege Murphy
therly, 100 feet to a point on the 18 35 30 having any interest whatever in of Bradford Division of Ushers Board No. 2. Tuesday
degrees, minutes, attorney, or it will become void SERVICE", 105 E. Madison ville. A native Myers, Aging area
Northerly boundary of said Lot seconds East 172 feet to the according to law. the enactment of this proposed Street, Starke, Bradford County, he had lived in coordinators and specialists, night Ladies Circle meeting..-

1, Westerly and 69.95 feet point of beginning January 22, 1975. ,ordinance should appear and be County; Florida intends to Alachua for 25 years. He was a spoke to us briefly on the Friday night. Prayer Band. .
distance from the Northeastcorner heard at the time and place is Youth
register said fictitious name farmer and the brother of many problems facing the Sunday Day. Church

thereof; thence Easterly to your wife, MARIE LAURA MABEL L. LEWIS herein prescribed under the provisions of aforesaid Harry Edwards, a former elderly We will be working School, 9:30: a.m. Morning

along said Northerly boundary BAUGESS a lump sum as Executrix>l of the Estate of statute.R. mayor of Gainesville.. closely with these people and Worship at 11. Dinner will be

69.95 feet to point of beginning. alimony, and you are required to CULPEPPER M. LEWIS BOARD OF "COUNTY COM-- G. Hunsinger, sole owner Surviving are his widow, with Sally Nelson, director of served at 12:30.: Evening

at public outcry to the highest serve a copy of your written deceased MISSIONERS Dated this 6th day of Lillie Edwards, Gainesville; a CUBB Agency, from now on. Service 6pm.'Church .
and best bidder for cash at the defenses if to the Petitionon BRADFORD COUNTY, Baker Joe Bill and Hazel of God in Christ..
any 1/30 4tchg 2/20 February, A. D. 1975 at Starke, daughter, Mrs. Marie Kerrigan
hour of 12.00 o'clock Noon on the FLORIDABy Utah of Starke Paul and Elder D. R. Williams pastor.
Petitioner's attorney, Florida. Salt Lake City, ; two Richards ,
February 20, 1975 at the front John H. Jones/Don Peters, : Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk 2/6 4tp 227William sons, Ernest Edwards, Janet Krieger, Hampton will Weekly services begin with

entrance of the Bradford County whose address is Office of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF (OFFICIAL SEAL) Brooker, and Harry Edwards, be delegates to the Florida Bible Band meeting Tuesday

Courthouse at Starke, Florida, Clinics, University of Florida FLORIDA EIGHTH' JUDICIAL It 2/6 Jacksonville;; three sisters, Coalition on Aging at night. Friday night Prayer

Dated: January 10, 1975 College of Law Gainesville, CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR J. Wentz 76 Mrs. Rebecca Frank, Gaines- Kissimmee on February 8. Meeting and YPWW. 6 p.m

Mtchell A. Newberger Florida 32611, on or before BRADFORD COUNTY.IN INVITATION TO BID ville; Mrs. Virginia Lee, Key- The FCA is open to all organi- Sunday services start with

United States Marshal February 10 1975, and file the PROBATE stone Heights; and Mrs. Flora zations within which there are Church School 10 ''a.m.

Middle District of Florida original with the Clerk of this CASE NO. THE BOARD OF COUNTY Services are set Friday Kelly, Wildwood; three members 60 years and older, Morning' Worship at 11.

Court either before service on COMMISSIONERS OF BRAD- Feb. 7, at 2 p.m. for William J. brothers, Harry Edwards, such as Disabled Veterans, Evening Services, 7:30: p.m.
Ernst D. Mueller Petitioner's attorney or immediately IN RE: 'The Estate of CUL FORD COUNTY WILL RECEIVE Wentz 76, of Starke who died Gainesville; J., V.. Edwards, American Legion, Veterans of Greater Allen Chapel AMK

Assistant United States At- thereafter; otherwisea PEPPER M. LEWIS Deceased., SEALED BIDS TO BE OPENEDIN Tuesday morning Feb. '4in and Coy Edwards, both of Foreign Wars, Lions, Elks, Church Rev. R. G. llcastie

torney default will be entered against THE COURTHOUSE IN Bradford County Hospital Brooker; seven grandchildren Rotary, Churches, Trade pastor. Weekly services began

Attorney for Plaintiff you for the relief demanded in NOTICE OF PROBATETO STARKE ON MONDAY following a brief illness. and four great-grand- Unions, etc. with Official Board meeting
1 11/16 4t 2/6
the petition. FEBRUARY 17th AT 5:00: PM !Children. The Santa Fe Senior Tuesday night instead of Class

This notice shall be publishedonce ALL PERSONS INTER- FOR WORKMAN'S COMPEN-- Services will be in DeWitt C. Funeral Services were held Citizens College project class meeting. Sunday services

each week for four con- ESTED IN THE ESTATE. OF SATION INSURANCE FOR Jones Chapel with Father at 11 a.m. Monday, Feb. 3, at meets today at the School begin with Church School, 10

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT secutive weeks in the Bradford SAID DECEDENT: BRADFORD COUNTY. James Cregan officiating. the graveside in Dedan Ceme- Board office, 582 N. TempleAve. a.m. Morning Worship at 11.

EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF County Telegraph newspaper, You are hereby notified that a Burial will be in Crosby Lake tery near Brooker. Arrange- ., at 1:30: m./'Arm Chair Afternoon services. 5 p.m.

FLORIDA IN AND FOR Starke, Florida written instrument purporting to Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk Cemetery.Mr.; ments were In charge of Travel" will be shown and Each member is asked to

BRADFORD COUNTY WITNESS my hand and the be the Last Will and Testament 2/6 2t 2/13 Huggins-Copeland Funeral narrated by Mr. and Mrs. Bob cooperate: with the annual

seal of this Court on January 7, of said decedent has been Wentz was born in Hins- Home, Gainesville. Baker. Come and participatein Women's Day' program
CIVIL ACTION 1975 admitted to probate in this dale, Illinois on June 3, 1898. thie fine course and see how planned for the Second Sun

CASE NO. 758In GILBERT. BROWN Court. You are hereby com- NOTICETO He had moved to Starke five the other half of the world day in March. All captains are

Clerk of the Court manded within four ((4)) calendar ALL INTERESTED PARTIES years ago from' Illinois. He Matilda GatlinMrs. lives. asked to contact each mem-

RE: The Matter of the Beulah M Moody months from the date of the first : :was a retired truck driver for Happy Birthdays were Alex ber.' Success depends on your'

Adoption of KEVIN SHANE As Deputy Clerk publication of this notice to Notice Is hereby given that on a beer company. Morton, Sophie Fisher, and attendance. -

PHILLIPS 1/164t 2/6 appear in this Court and show February 25, A. O.. 1975 In Survivors include his wife, Matilda M. Gatlin 86, Marion Neats. Visitors were Free Canaan True- Church

cause if any you can: why the accordance with Section. Gertrude C. Wentz; a son. of Starke. widow of Henry Helen Stevenson; W H.and of God in Unity Elder Samp-
NOTICE OF SUIT action of this Court in admitting 166.041 ((3)) ((8)), Florida Statutes Frank Wentz of Justice, Gatlin, died Thursday, Jan. Pearl Andrews, Russell and son White pastor., Prayer

NO PROPERTYTO IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF said Will to probate should not the City Council of the Illinois: a daughter:: Mrs.. 30, In Bradford ,County Betty Meixsell.\ and Oliver E.. Meeting and Terry service

THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT stand unrevoked. City of Brooker, Florida will meet Blanche Keller of French Hospital after a lingering ill- .Holder.' Wednesday night. Sunday ser

:' DONALD NAPIER, P.O. OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR at the City Hal in Brooker; Settlement, La.; a' Itep- on: ness. She was born in Bradford If the plan goes J through to vices wiU begin with Church

Box 8, High Springs, Florida. BRADFORD COUNTY Wayne M. Carlisle Florida 7:00: P.M. to be heardon William Kraus of Downers County on Feb. 20, 1888, have our County Com- School at 10 am. Morning

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat CASE NO. 75-24 Circuit Judge and will consider the follow Grove Illinois; a stepdaughter ''and was a member of Dedan missioners make appoint- Service at 11. Evening Ser-

an action for adoption has 1/30 4t 2/20. ing Ordnance titled "AN OR- : Mrs. Gertrude Reed of Baptist Church. ments the Hospital Board of ,vice,' 6 p.mH .

been filed against you DONALD IN RE: The DINANCE REGULATING THE Manhattan Kansas; a sister: Trustees we believe that '
Marriage of a
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: ::
ERECTION CONSTRUCTION. Helen Wallenbecker of :: :
Mrs. :
NAPIER and is sister
Surviving Mrs.
you are required to CATHERINE A. HALDEMAN, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF one member of our club should be '
serve a copy of your written Petitioner, and PAUL V. HAL- ,THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- ENLARGEMENT ALTER LaGrange, Illinois; 11 grand- Sally Fowler, Starke; three given consideration by the Cam Of '

defenses if any to it, on the DEMAN Respondent.: "'> CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR ATION, REPAIR, MOVING, REMOVAL children and 22' great-grand-, grandchildren, 11 ilreal.I. board," since persona In our Tb rks' .1

plaintiff'attorney, whose name BRADFORD COUNTY. DEMOLITION, CONVERSION., children. )I. grandchildren: and five great-, age group are so vitally concerned '.,.
and addres is NOTICE OF SUIT OCCUPANCY great-grandchildren,,, with operation of the
CASE NO. 74.306CYNTHIA CARD OF
EQUIPMENT USE HEIGHT' tHANKS
DUDLEY P. HARDY, Esq. hospital. We hope the board
SING ANNOUNCEDAT I k .
P.O. Drawer 1030 To PAUL V. HALDEMAN AREA. AND MAINTENANCEOF will this '' eI
: SCHMITT jgive s suggestion
L, LONG BRIDGE v1 Funeral services
,Starke. Florida, 32091 BUILDINGS OR STRUCTURES were held Mau
1030 Chew Street Plaintiff, w. .EUGENE P. 'EDWARDS ,A will be held at Feb. serious consideration. racer*
and file the original with the IN THE CITY Of Sing Long Saturday; 1 .m. in sorrow .
Allentown Pa. 18102 Church Our next meeting will be
clerk of the above styled court and LOLA EDWARDS, BROOKER. FLORIDA; PROM Bridge Baptist Church tart- Dedan. Baptist with with tr e. a p.ofownmentory'
-
., on or before March 3, 1975: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED his wife. Defendants.NOTICE VIDING FOR THE ISSUANCEOF Inc at 7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 8, r Rev; Lacy Conway officiating held Tuesday at the, Feb.Pratt' 11 Street at 1 ,Our:sinew thanks and :gq .

otherwise e judgement may be that en action for dissolution PERMITS AND COLLECTION and sponsored by the Kennen '' Burial was held in the church pm. l J *i I for,.aNtose, c: mfednq
rVnlor
entered against you for the relief marriage has been filed of OF SALE OF FEES .THEREFOR 'family..The public Is Invited., cemetery with DeWitt..d,.' ,: .'- soar,
against NOTICE is hereby given that, 'and all to'' Jones .:" i" -
PROVIDING PENALTIES FOR singers are urged Funeral Home" In y' Preyi
demanded in the complaint or you and -ioe :
are
you required Kerrigan ,
to ..
pursuant to the Final Judgment THE VIOLATION THEREOF;;I attend. -charge. :,: ',1.' The. R:t.Thrirnes" Fay..

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LAWTEY



By Elizabeth Terry


CHURCH ACTIVITIES of their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Church of! God: Sunday Carl Prevail jAT"

School 10 a.m. Worship Ser-. Mrs. Bessie Welch of Plant MT
vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. YPE City, and Mr and Mrs. Lacy I

Wednesday, 7:30: p.m. Futch of Waycross, Ga., were
Faith Baptist Church: Monday dinner guests of their !;
Radio Program over WPXE cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Les 5A7r rfjypdr9rAwyM 7, r-

Starke, 8 a.m. Sunday Bible McClellan Other guests
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- during the day were Mr. and

I vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: ( p.m. Mrs. Bob Jones, and sister,
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Mrs. Edna Willbanks.

7:30: p.m. Bible Study Mr. and Mrs S. L, Swindelland (.l-ASMI-IKDADKATLS.. ; YARD SALE: Living room, FOR RENT 12' wide mobilo- ...-
Grace United Methodist: sons, and Mrs C. K. dining room, bedroom furniture homes outside city limits ..LB.White BRICK I

Sunday School 9:45: a.rn. Cowan and Becky of Jackson- llr.Mllinc for 'Insertion washer, electric stove, i ... Ph._: 9646114.1<_ _tfchg. HOUSES FOR SALE 3 BR, 1 1/2 Bath, L.R., Din Well Drilling
Worship Services II a.m and ville, were Saturday guests of liiosil.iv Noon | 'cediiif| gas heater, 10 speed bicycle, Rm. Kit.
Nice
..... Carport, of
6:30: United Methodist Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Robertsonand part
p.m. 'Ihul I stl.i.v lirfoie Iublicalillll.1 typewriter Sale begins Jan. FOR RENT: Double wide trailer, town.
Fellowship, 6:30: p.m. Choir Mrs. Edith Swinney 9. Mrs. Miller, Rt 1, Box Waters Grocery, Hampton 2" thru 6"
Practice 7:30 p.m. Wednes Leslie Phillips returned .Minimum I ; ('hnrge( $2.11(1: ( 124A, Highway 100 E. 4tp 468.9975. 1tp FOR SALE: By owner, 3'BR
days. home from Bradford County f('UH"'II I It; \\'< .ulsK.it ) ------------ brick house on 160 x 120 pine George Roberts Real Estate Fast Rotary
Sermon Topic for Sunday Hospital, Starke, after pend-- ,; .h II" 1'11(I OUT II: 1/30--- --- -- shaded, fenced lot, 1a bath, 964-7826 or 964-6593 Drilling Equipment
Feb. 9, will be "Christians ing from Wednesday until UKcutsMl ) FOR RENT: Bachelor apt., WW carpet, central H/A, att i

Anonymous.' Saturday there. FOR SALE: 38 Snub nose hand nicely furnished, private garage. 1028 Palm St. 473- State Licensed. ... ,.

There will also be an Install- Staff Sgt. and Mrs. Bob ('l.i.silieil Ads must !I.<. gun$55,22 hand guns $24.95, parking $80 633 McMahon, 3224. 1tp $ SAVE $ .
ation of Church Officers Pambertonand Pam of Jack- |I. ,il I I for m .iilMinrf unless "UII i 25 automatic guns from Ph. 9646279. Itchg. -- ----------
I
Sunday morning during the sonville, Chief and Mrs. Glen- .,i.r .1 II esl.iUllshod'<
services. ray Alfred and children, of \> "ill the lilt'Kiupli' ; III Hut tfchg FOR RENT: Trailer space 'on moved. 11100sq. ft., 2 800
Highland Baptist Church: Mayport, and Mr. and Mrs. B. Iyen3m' loutslia: I'hlll.ltl'| ------------ Raiford Road, $25. Gilhooly, sq. ft. Each having 2 BR, 1 GMC TRUCKS New & UsedSaes.PansServlce
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. F. McCulley and David were I'UI' IlIlIill :Not\: irspiiusiblf lor Ph. 964-6153. 1tp bath, combined LR & DR. For BUICK PONTIAC"A

Worship Services 11 a.m. and Sunday dinner guests of Mr. I'rrsrs \\ h.11 j-'H'ii' over the FOR SALE:Diamond needles for ------------ information call Ph. 533.2292. LITTLE RIDE CAN /
6 p.m. Prayer meeting Wednesday and Mrs. Barry Watts and (p.or.! fir ulirn t'olly'| i is nut any stereo over 247 differentones 2/6 2tchg 2/13 SAVE YOU A LOT" TF
I 7pm. Barry Lee. 'Hii il .mil lin.nnlil the FOR RENT: 2 bedroom trailer, E-Z TermsPlumbing
| \ |i ( 1.1'- we have them all. Dah- ------------ GREEN COVE SPRINGS-
I Northslde Baptist Church: Mrs. Ome Thornton and water furnished. Rd. 100 W. ,
I Sunday School 9:45: a.m. sister, Mrs. Pierce Crews, mere: Discount. tfchg.-- Ph. 964-8797. Up FOR SALE: 12 x 65 mobile I I
---- --- home 1973 model :
I Worship Services 11 a.m. and attended the funeral of their ------------ completely INSURANCEAT
furnished nice shaded lot
I 7 Prayer Meeting Wednesday cousin, R. L Thomas, of on
p.m.
FOR SALE FOR RENT
REgistered Angus : Unfurnished brick with access to Lake Paradise REDUCED RATES
I
7pm. Starke, on Tuesday in Jones New Installation
cows. Heifers and bull calves. house, Pinebreeze Subdivi- $9,800, Keystone 4732037.
AUTO FIRE BOAT
I Chapel. .r J. J.B. White. Phone 9646114or sion $140 per mo. Ph. 964- Itp ,
SCHOOL NEWS Mrs Ronnie McClellan Remodeling
964-8775. tfchg 7467 after 6 Itchg DOYLE E. CONNER
pm ------------
I On Friday, Feb. 7, the fifth Daren and Paul, of Vidalia, ....
---- '
------- -- ------ INSURANCE
AGENCYT
I grade boys from Lawtey will Ga., spent Wednesday to FOR SALE: New Brick veneer, 3 HG Repairs
I play Southside's fifth grade in Saturday with her parents, FOR FLEA MARKET: Every Saturday' FOR RENT: 2 bedroom trailer. bedrooms 2 baths, land.
I flag football. The game will be Mr. and Mrs Les McClellanand SALE: Breeding age 9 to 4. Table space $1. 755 E. Ph. 964-5261. tip scaped, drive way and walk.
I at Lawtey Elementary School Mr. and Mrs. Mack registered polled Hereford Main Street, Lake Butler. 1/23 ------------ Good terms. Call Buford [ Durrance''
I at 10:15.: Sweat, of the State Farm. bulls. J.R. Wainwright. Ph 4tchg 2/13 Mitchell 9646853. tfchg FOR SALE: Notebooks,

I The PTA Executive Committee Mr. and Mrs. J. C, Beach of 964.7835.. .1/16 4tchg 2/6 ------------ - - Memo pads, envelopes,
I - -- ---- markers, adding machine and Pump & Supply
met on Tuesday Feb. Jacksonville, 'were Sunday FOR SALE Two mobile homes
I 4, and plans were made for the guests of their parents, Mr. SEWING MACHINE REPAIR & FOR SALE: 1 acre with well $300 MISCELLANEOUSHOLIDAY acid lots. One-2 bedroom 1973 cash reg.. paper- The Office

I PTA meeting scheduled for and Mrs. J. F. Robertson, and scissors sharpened, all makes down $50 per month, owner, model; Ona-3 bedroom 1972 Shop. Company

I February 25 at 7:30. sister Mrs. Edith Swinney. cleaned, oiled and adjusted, finance or $2,500 cash. Don't model. Cash or financed. J.B.
I Thursday, Feb. 6, there will Mr. and Mrs John Tmsler, $7. All work guaranteed, wait, won't last. Located White 964-6114tfchg 864 N, Temple Ave.

I be a curriculum planning grandparents of Robyn, Scott, | James Strickland, Morgan behind Candle Shop off 301, Smiles INN GULF, US-301 ------_---
I I session for teachers. School and John Tinsler of Beach Road & SR-16 Ph. 9648733or North of Starke. Call N Ed Ripphnger. Car Wash 50 FARM FRESH EGGS Starke
I will be dismissed at 1 p.m. City, Ohio spent Thursdayand 782-3189. tfchg Now 781.7769, Jacksonville.1tp Cents with fill up. 1 1/302tchg FOR SALE: 5 room house, 1

Physical Education Friday with them at the ------------ 2/6. bath, ducted heat, 100 x 100 Try Our Fresh T.itlng Egg. Right 964-7061
I students of the week are: home of their parents, Mr. and ------------ ------------ fenced with 10 x 20 utility From Th. fmrm SOLD BY THE
I Third Grade, Nancy Teston; Mrs Lester Walker, while on FOR 9x12 SALE Unoleum: 6x9 Linoleum$898$3 Also.98. I MOBILE HOME MOVING Also aluminum building, in city of CASK OR FLAT. (12't Dol)SI.50 I P rFlit FOR SALE I All sizes of

I Fourth Grade, Joann Crews; their way home after visiting 12x12 and 12x15 stock FOR SALE: Diamond engagement mobile home hurricane anchoring Starke near stores & schools. And up.BAOOED FERTILIZER masking tape. The Office
and Fifth Grade Gene Fen- their son and family in Miami. in ring with band $80. Ph. 9646349. 1/30 2tp 2/6 Shop.,
Hundreds to choose from at and mobile home roof
nell. Mrs. Onie Thornton and Electric chord $20 - - -
Dahmers Discount. organ Olin's MOBILE On 315 t
tfchg. Home
Mrs. Pierce Crews visited Mr. encyclopedia Bncannica year coating. FOR SALE: 2 BR house, 615 Highway
I PERSONALSMrs. and Mrs E A. Sapp of New ----------- books $125. Prices firm. D. D. Service. 964-5b06, Rt. 100 W Lafayette, reduced price, Va Mi. N. of

Selma Eunice, who River, on Wednesday.) FOR SALE: Camper self contained -' Brown, Ph. 782-3376. 1tp Starke, Fla.. tfchg must sell, leaving state, make InterlachenTWIN Davidson
lives on Crosby Lake, near her !Mr. and Mrs. John McFall sleeps 8, air conditioned ------------ offer. Ph. 964.6428. 1/30 2tp '

H daughter; Mrs. Sellie Thompson of Columbus, Ind, visited Mr good condition $1800. HOLIDAY INN 2/6 YOLK EGG FARMBRASINGTOM Mobile Home Park
FOR SALE: Good used bikes GULF US-301 .
and Mrs Paul Lock and 9647955.
time Call 1tp -
son, is spending some - -
und trikes., Now und used N. Free car wash with oil & ,In City Limits
while
K with her son and daughter-in- family Monday on their -------------
il law, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Eunice, way to visit their brother in FOR SALE: Samsonite furniture, and! appliances, filter change & lube job EdRipplinger FOR SALE: Lettering Guides '
Avon Park. will card/ good used Huntresses. cloth 1/30 2tchg 2/6 $30 Per Mo.
their mother Mrs They comeback
H and Mary table & ,
chairs washer Stickers/ stencils and
to the Lock's on Feb. 5 to large .30 yd., zippers .01 per inch, ---- ------- -
Locke. braided rug, 70 piece china, shingles $9.50 square, roofing templates At The Office Shop. C\DII.I! ..\C-OI.IS\HII I I.!': Walk To New
celebrate McFall's
Mrs. and
m Mrs. Walter Martin was a lamps, sofabed electric and felt S5 loll and LOSE WEIGHT safely & fast ,\ '. \sKltMl.: 'I';
t \\m birthday dinner guest of her Mr.; Lock's birthdays.Mr heater many more with X-11 Diet Shopping Certter
} crystal. Ph. 964-5377. Plan $3. '
and Mrs. Donald Wilki- items BARGAIN CENTER, 1 Fine""II'l'llulI of I'snl ( ;u's
JB brother-in-law and sister, Mr. REDUCE
Excess Gas, Water a Sewer
Itp Fluids with LILLIAN PEARSON City
mi. S. of Starke on 301. Taken On Cadillac 'I 1'1'111"I '"
attended the of tfchg
and Mrs. Sidney Hansen, on son wedding .... X Pal, $3. KOCH
DRUG. REALTOR
:- --------- 2/6
211111! l NAY, I.Hh: :.YHllll; :
- - --
their son, Daniel to Miss ,
.
Tuesday.Mr. 15tchg 6/12 On 301 South
RUMMAGE SALE: 609 E. (i.lKhll.l.i: :
Marilyn Riddle of Jackson
and Mrs. Truman
FOR SALE: Philco color consoleTV ---.--------- Phone 782-3806 '
h Norman were Monday guests ,\illtt, at ,103rd, Street Baptist Brownlee Street next to City ,:. set 19995.. DahmersKiDiscoum.,0'U30 .Open Lawtey- weekends Jolu Motel I.l
W ''of 'their son and 'daughtepinI .JlA4rc14; JafksAn'il4SIISVr,J< ;; \ ', i) .Fish b Meat ,Markets Fri. & RETIRED' CARPENTER desires14Wbrkt' m evenings ':""
2tchg '2/6
-I-. Sat:.Feb,7 &8, 9to5. Up;.' '' I'fdme''sdditlons, 1 V bath 964-8810 I .
BR furnished double-
law night 1(3
r'' ; Mr. and Mrs Reggie day Absteen'of' .1, ', ',.-:...->.......------1, :r, T"-in,! -,i :n-" --,"-T-I "remodeling, repairing, large or i( ;; .. .. '. .,.
I Norman, of Gulf Hammock. Mrs Arnie wide MH on 1 acre with accessto W P' now have a futttimi' nppll; /( I
I Micanopy, was a Friday over FOR SALE rsmall/jobs Free estimates. Ph. Spring Lake. Hookup for all \joiuj
Miss Elizabeth Terry was a : acres of land on FOR SALE: 1973 8 x 35 Coachman ante repairman
I guest of her sister, Mrs. C. E. night guest of !Mrs. Flossie Morgan Road W. Ph. 439- trailer $5,000 or will 9640253.216 4tp 2/27 another MH $13,650. repair needs.
I Strickland, of Gainesville Rosier. Mrs Ruby Smith, also 2094 after 5 p.m 1tp trade ----"--------
on motor home. 1974 3 BR CB home with Sep. Dr. Long Champ
I of Micanopy) brought Mrs Call Badcocks
Wednesday to Friday. -- ------- Surecast boat
motor and ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS. Large Lot Starke $18,100.
I Sympathy of the community Absteen to Mrs. Roster's on FOR SALE bed trailer used 3 times $750 Ph. The 964-5289 1 1
: Hospital
very only requirement for Home and
I is extl'ndl.'to) the O. J, Anders Friday and came after her on 964-6691. 1/23 3 BR home with aluminum siding -
good condition with 4tp 2/13 i is
membership DESIRE
new a to
Chain link fence Nice
I other relatives due Saturday. lot -
and Materials
family mattress & linens. Can be ------------ stop drinking. Ph. 964-7959, Building ]
I Mr. and Mrs Earl Lawtey $13,625
to the death of their niece, Mosley
lowered to !height P, 0. 964-7619 964-5148
any or 1/2
0
I Mrs Elmira Hice, of Orlando spent the weekend with their Box 784, Starke. Fla Itp 'FOR SALE.:: Case pocket knives 12tp 3/27 Two 2 BR houses, corner lot. JIMMY MOORE'S -WE BUILD

I on Monday. brother-in-law and sister, Mr --.,..---iw--- now at Dahmers Discount. ------------ some furniture Very neat. Uve "YOUR PLANS OR OURS
I Mrs. C. R. Crews spent and Mrs James Bowen, of tfchg. in one rent the other. Total Sun SportsMORE
I of last week until West Palm Bench. FOR SALE: Pensacola Bahia YOUR LOT OR OURS'
Wednesday ------------ WATSON'SHOUSE price $18,600.FRED .
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hay $1 per bale. Ph. 782-3292 BOAT
I Sunday with her somn-law FOR FREE ESTIMATES
| and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. llonaker, of Becklye, W. Va., or 782-3784. 1 1tp FOR SALE: Argentine hay $1.65 OF VACUUMS YOUR MONEY TF
I Tommy Clayton and son, of are guests of their brotherinlaw - ------- -- per bale at barn. 1 Hulsey STARKE PH 964-5791! REMODELING REPAIRS
I Jacksonville. They .brought and sister, Mr. and Mrs. FOR SALE: Business property game cock, 10 Hulsey game Many brands of new vacuums. SACKETT-REALTOR ADDITIONSHOMESBOUGHT.SOL.D
I her home on Sunday. Barry Watts and Barry Lee. upstairs. Good income hens, 1 gas range, broiler, Used machines available. 205 N Temple Ave. (US-301)) COMPLETE OUTBOARD &

I Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs !Mike Simmons und Mrs. property. Ph. 1-9049647061.1tchg oven and 4 burners. Expert Repairs all makes. 90419646522ASSOCIATES STERN DRIVE SERVICE,
I visited their brother, Clarence John Holmes, Craig and .. Everything works O.K. $40 Parts and Accessories for all TRADED

I Dobbs, of Sanderson, on Sheila of Chiefland, came by ---.------,...-- J.M. Edwards, R. Ph. 964- vacuums Built in central William "Bill", Trigg AND REPAIR [ ACREAGE FOR SALE
I Friday Saturday for a visit with her FOR SALE: New golf cart, bath 5379. Starke 1/16 4tp 2/6. vacuum cleaning systems. 712 Nealy"Mac" McConnell COMPLETE FIBERGLASS

I Roger Eunice ,of Beckley son-in-law and daughter, Mr. tub, shredder, electric water ------------ N. Main Gainesville 3767110.TF REPAIR 964-6853

I W. Va., is spending some time and Mrs. Joseph Starling. hoater & other items. Wanted Chicken farm CUSTOM BUILT FIBER HWY. 3O1 S STARKE TF
I with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Onie Thornton and McKowen, 2'A M. N of ------------ caged layers GLASS'FISHING'' BOATS

I Harold Eunice and brother, Mrs. Pierce Crews visited Lawtey on 301. Ph. 782-3254. INCOME TAX FORMS
Motorcycles pre bedroom on 2/ acres
their brother-in-law and
I Julius Eunice. 2/6 2tp 2/13:
pared. Short forms $2
several small frame
houses
sister Mr. and Mrs. Waldo
I Mr and Mrs. Hurmie Kelly --.- "' ---"' --- itemized long forms $750,
I Miss Mary Faulkner, Mrs. Pringle of Worthington NO HUNTING SIGNS: For farm and business forms $10 Lots and acreage of all types BILL POWELLReal
I Springs, and their brother and
Mae Wells, and Miss Myrtle sale and rent signs. The Office up. Danielia Martin 9646573.
I Lee Sweat, of Kaiford attended sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs G. Shop. STARKE CYCLE CENTEFT S 2/6 4tp 2/27
I an outing for retired W, Rivers. of Graham on N. '
Temple Ave. Ph. 964- i02o; ------------ A.J.Thomas, Realtor Estate
I teachers at Cedar Key. on Sunday, FOR SALEI Notebooks, Your authorized HODAKA 621 N. Walnut St.
and Mrs. William Fat-
I Mr. CALL STARKE ROOFING CO.
Thursday. Memo dealer, tfchg. Tel. 944-412
_
pads envelopes
I Mr. and Mrs. Wayne singer and family, of Tampa markers adding machine and ------ ------ for guaranteed roofing and * * * *
the weekend with their ,
I Massey and family, with spent The roofing repairs. 468-1243, 40 acres 3 ml. SE of Starke on
cash Office
I Randy Harley, spent the brother-in-law and sister, Mr. reg. paper FOR SALE: 1972 Kawasaki 100 Hampton. Paul Newsom & each side SR 100. Will sell landor
I weekend with their parents, and Mrs.. Donald Wilkison Shop. Street scrambler;' Ph.964-" Tom Fowler. Mclg--- timber. For Quick Service {

I Mr. and Mrs. II. C Harley, of Rev. and Mrs. Charlie 7337 1tp ------

I Bushnell.Mr. Kedding of Itaiford and Rev. FILING CABINETS. Typewriter ------------ 'SAWS' SHARPENED, work 10 acres,cleared and fenced and

I and Mrs N. J Strick- and Mrs Walter Malhis of stands, desks, chain, guaranteed. Call :>G4.7509 or in pasture. CALL 964-6464
I land, of Lithia Bill Rice, of Middleburg. spent Saturday and safes. We can order them leave tit Jackson Building -
I Orland Mrs. Thelma Kellum, afternoon with Mr.\ and Mrs. for you. The Office Shop. Ph.. Lakeside mobile home, fur-
Starke
Supply Keystone
or
I Miss Ruby Leite and Mrs. Lea McClellan. 964.6305.IT'S t WANTED 1 Heights tfchg. nished and many other attractive * *. * *

I Marie Anders of Jacksonville, _. ,.. ... .- features..
I Miss Jeanette Stokes, Lake
I Butler, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Beautiful country home offered; Nite 964-6810
I Jenkins Hilliard, Mr and NEWS IN STARKE! HELP WANTED: Maid exr with attractive terms.

I Mrs. James Anders, Palatka, perienced. Apply in person, AUTOMOBILESUSED

I and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Anders, First Day Open This Saturday Feb. 8 must' have own transporta Appraisals of acreage, homes Associate
I stopped by after the funeral of tion. Jo-Lu Motel. Up and estates solicited.

I Mrs. Elmira Rice for a short -.----------- RALPH BRYAN 964-6208
I visit with Mr and Mrs O. J. SALE ,
I Anders. AUCTION WANTED: Used portable"TV.. FOR SALE: 1963 Ford Fairlane. tfchOBOOKKEEPINGTAX

I Casey Dobbs of Jacksonville Sets at Dahmors Discount. Call 964-7469. Itpt ThotnamOil

I was a dinner guest of his tfchg t.*. ,...-.----------
I parents, Mr and Mrs Arlie FLEA MARKETW ------------ FOR SALE: 1967 Ford station [ Company --

I Dobbs on Saturday. wagon AC, PS, PB, radio, WORK
I Mr and Mrs. Hermie Kelly good condition $650 1966

visited their cousin, Mrs L. H. t FOR RENTFOR Ford wagon AC PS, over 603 S. Walnut

I rt Sunday Futcrw of Gainesville, on HER E O Allulh'TackleOne Fishing drive 9646390., fair condition tip $350. Ph. 964-6246 QUALIFIEDCAPABLE REASONABLE.i i i

Mrs. Danny Thompson, ------------ iIrnmediate"

Kevin and Bryan, of Jacksonville Block off U. S. 301 on North End! of Bradford Square RENT: Furnished 2 FOR SALE: 1970 Mavrick, 2 Call ForKerosene LARGE'OR SMALL ACCTS.

were Friday overnightgul'8ts bedroom Block home door, stick shift dark green,
4 or 5 Truckloads Will Sell At This on
and Big
Mr. Auction
of her parents, Griffis Loop. Ph. 9645690.1tp 51,000 miles $700 Makes '

Mrs. Fred Moore. Flea Market Customers See Mr. Bush good commuter transportation J J.;E. MilliganH
Mr. and Mrs. Key Stephenson -----------.. ,22 miles per gal. Ph.964-
of Jacksonville, spent the To Rent Your Spaces or Tables .6777. Itp
&:R Block office
I weekend with their grand- FOR RENT furnished 1 .
: Nicely ------------ '
mother, Mrs. Bryant Reddish. bedroom house : Walnut
with large & Fuel 118 N. Phone 964-8286
BE SURE TO TELL EVERYONE FOR
Mrs. Minnie Philips was a ABOUT THIS NEW THING screen porch. Parking off SALE: Mercedes Benz 1967
in Bradford County model 200, AT, AC, AM/FM/ ,
patient street. Married couples only.
A Hospital, Starke, Wednesdayto SELL ANYTHING YOU DON'T WANT No pets, no children. 570 W. good 5371. gas mileage. Ph. 964-
Friday. She is now staying Call Street Ph. 9645884. Itp OLINS MOBILE
HOME
with her son-in-law and AT AUCTION SALE, 2. P.M. THIS SATURDAYOPEN Itchg.. --.---------- Oil SALES .+,

daughter Mr and Mrs. Bill YOUR FLEA MARKET SA TURD V,.8 A.M. < ------------ FOR SALE: 1974 Dodge Dart HWY.- 100 W., ,PH..-"'-5606 -;"
Gaskins, and .Is feeling. some. ,>custom "4 door 318 V/8 j' J,,,,
better.. And Don't.Forget > ..:Mr.8wh. HM. Lot,of,Things..You, r FOR. RENT.-. I :'' 'Mobile Horn ''W pow automatic air vinyl r .. t''i C ;

Mr: and Mrs: RonnieHarper Can" Buy Right There for Your Flea Market' ubdvMon 3 M acre Iota 3S lit,top 2500 :miles dealer FREE LOT RENTAL: FOR OfJE HALF EAR( .,.,"...
mo., mile from HrnKsat
of Daytona city
and Sons welcome 1967 GMC V/8 3/4 JN OLIN'S '. '
i Beach, J. C. Prevail: Jr'and AUCTION STARTS 2 P.M.. SATORDAT'' Intersection of Hwy 16 and ,ton 4 speed, a real dependable Delivery MOBILE HOME SUBOfVISION\VHEN\.Ot' ,i

grandson, of Gainesville, and Morgan Reed. Ph, 964-6606. truck. Ph. 473-3>44. 1/30 2tp PURCHASE.YOUR MOBILE' HOME. FROM. .OLIN'8wr ;t
I
Mr. and Mrs. L. H.-Harper of BE THERE! tfchg 2/6 : 1Tf:' ,,,,
Starke Saturday guest ------------ .. ... '? '
were ------ -- "
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-i It Takes-. Plenty of Meat and Potatoes : r+






To Feed 1MOO Hungry UCI Inmates- Iw..

." powder as needed, Garlic -
44.
Making food acceptable to desserts,, milk and sugar, but as needed.
'
not in vegetables and other'
the person wielding the knife 1. Mix milk and water, add
items, Vandergriff said.
and fork is the main way to
cornmeal,heat to boiling
point
Butter is put on a serving
avoid waste, according to a
and reduce heat and cook until
line, and its use is not
who
man serves nearly 8,000
restricted. But before it getsto thick stirring constantly
meals daily. 2. Cook onions and garlic in
Ed the serving line,someone in
Food Service Manager
fat until soft, then add
Vandergriff feeds more than the kitchen has whipped it,
.,BOO inmates three times thus increasing its volume tomatoes and corn.
Combine cornmeal
.3.
Division of .three to four times.
at the Florida
daily
C vegetables, cooked meat,
Corrections Union Correc- When inmates get deep fat
at fried foods at the noon meal eggs, chili powder and salt.
tional Institution (UCI)
Heat to
Raiford. But most of his they can expect something boiling point. I
deep fat fried again at the 4. Pour .into baking pans.
of meal stretchingcan
techniques Bake in moderate oven ((350 to .
evening meal, because
be to family size
food budgets.applied Vandergriff uses the shor- 400 degrees F.) about 45 Liver being prepared In main kitchen that serves meals for

Although the mechanics of tening twice before disposingof minutes. 1.850 Inmates daily.

cooking in large quantities are developing it.. Vandergriff means of has cooking been _. ............"..UL." .. ..ii u ...... .uiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimimiiiiiuiClosing
different from home cooking, '.ULUU'L'U U'L' 'LU'LU'L' L
the basics are still the same. economically for eight yearsat
Vandergriff keeps in UCI. Prior to that he was a
Recipes 4SS
his files call for meat in U. S. .Air Force mess Out:; SaleAll
Some of the
hundreds of pounds. What a sergeant. recipes
home recipe would call a dashof used at UCI are the same as
seasoning becomes several 4 the Air Force recipes he said. Sewing Machines, Vacuum Cleaners
Plan to feed 1,800 people or
in Vandergriff's
pounds Tom"er
: S. so anytime? Consider this
cooking. But the end result is : '-
still aimed at the individual : recipe from the Union Drastically Reduced SR
receiving the food. Correctional Institution kit- yA1bJE! -

meat At UCI and That potatoes means and plenty lots of of wr .. chen: All Makes Vacuum Cleaner... Bags

fried eggs and bacon, he said. MEAT TAMALE LOAF
And steak, of course. The 1/2 Price Bargains GaloreParts
inmates get steak once a Meat, cooked, ground -450
month. k pounds Milk,
;
evaporated -
"When you put a steak meal t x 30 Ms pounds; Water 16 For Vacuum Cleaners Sewing Machines ReducedM
out they tear you up," Van- gallons; Cornmeal 105
dergriff said. "Then you'vegot Potatoes being prepared In 150 gallon capacity stainless steel cookers. pounds, Onions, finely Er M Sales Er Service444G
to follow it with a meal
up chopped 42 pounds, Fat-52Mi
that doesn't cost much" to generally acceptable to inmates vanilla "to sweeten it up," he meal. pounds. Tomatoes 7 cases
bring the budget back in line. for drinking, Van- noted. Inmates are limited in Corn 7 cases, Eggs-53 dozen, W. Madison Starker
Vandergriff manages to dergriff said. But in a pinch it Leftover vegetables usually portions of eggs meats, Salt ,. 18'/', pounds, Chill
provide a balanced diet at a can be made acceptable by reappear as an ingredient of
cost of $1.25 to $1.26 per man adding a little sugar and something served at the next
per day. His food cost is
wholesale, based on state

purchasing against his budget or assessments for use of .3 Councilmen To Be -

foods operations produced of the Division by farm of Th& QofllUq Fowl People FOOD Tim Quflfclq Food Peopfel

Corrections.To Elected In Brooker
keep the budget that low
Vandergriff says he must election qualified for another term of BEEF BLADE Pantry REGULAR GRINDELECTRIC
BROOKER The city OR
avoid waste avoid purchasing FA I RSUPERMARKETS
for Brooker is all set for office without opposition, and Pride
prepared foods, and purchaseitems PERKCOFFEE
are therefore automatically CHUCKROAST
and
Tuesday,February 11, 121
the
in season to get
to office.
registered voters will have the re-elected !
lowest prices. opportunity of electing three The city charter also pro- .
"You've got to make councilmen from a slate of vides for the election of a city STARKE
everything for yourself that marshall!, but no one has
who have qualified.To
four
"
you can, he said. In his for the 320 SOUTH
qualified post. .
be elected next Tuesdaywill
kitchen the staff of 11 employees WALNUT ST.
be A. B. Adams, Carol Atkinson -------- .
and to 135 inmates
up and Carl Edwards, \ "tWIVDAV tOW PIHCIS GOOD BIVIN V
and produce other bread items syrups which, sauces couldbe incumbent councilment who Chair store: "Headquartersfor 7:8: D e MIOHTt PY.. A PPPPNNPr HIHflviO*1111 PONNPitYPaa00 I,. Sit OYPNtIfr 1 LBBAG 89<
purchased readymade.Waste are seeking re-election for Hindquarters"Chuck
term. ( Norman In St Louis .
is avoided a number another two-year Globe Democrat) C.Hi plaint to tcutl
of ways at UCI. For instance, Challenging for one of those [1111111 U.S.O.L FOOD STUMTCOUPONS
when some of a meat item is seats however, is George Fish market: "Wholly
Pierce, who will be trying to _
left over from a noon meal, it
is set out near the evening .avoid the low total on the Mackerel"I(Robert Sylvester) 1

serying meal serving?be said.line as a second ticket.three top Elected vote getters.will be the .Children's'clothing shop: TK* Quilitlf fad PMfl* EveryDayLowPrkeFLORIDA Th* Quiilu Feed People Every DayLowPrioU.S. II

Meat substitutes and extenders Mayor Roy Carrol and Clerk "The Heir Dresser" "' BEEF
play a big part in Joyce Castlen have each I David Deutsch) GRADE A BONELESS BEEFSTEAKS NO. 1 MAINE

Vandergriff's' battle of the SIRLOINSTEAKS FRESHFRYERS
budget. Optometrist's office: WHITEPOTATOES

Meat extenders cost little "Power to the Pupils" .,
FLORIDA IR.D.Jolleyl)
and double the amount of
meat left when cooking is

done, he said. Meat sub- POOD,..PAIPI WHOLE P000..,..PAIN ,
w.
stitutes made from soy beans THEATRE DRIVE IN I II 2 PER I LB
look and taste very nearly the I LiGIEIE BAG LxWnICE LOOSEOMUIM
same as meat and are just as

good in many dishes, such as I Fri Sat & Sun | 301 S. Starke ]
salads omelets, and other
; ...... .
n. .
IPrFIP
EvcryDaylow/ Price
TUQMtbiF.MtP.iFbASSORTIO .
dishes in which meat is mixed I vcryOaylowPrk IIrQFFWrfvPlPrr1. BonusBuyPREbM TMll.iyree1Pw11P
with other foods, he added. FRI & SAT CHUCK !! BONE1ESSBEEF CHUCK BEEF .:.. CRISP, FRESH
POTROAST
The use of liquid sweetenersand ''&t "' Pork Loin FLORIDACELERY FIRM RIPCTOMATOES
powdered milk also save ,, ,,,, CHOPS STEAKS LIVER
SIDNEY POWER 0* ? w ? ..,......
in cooking, Vandergriff ad- BILL COSBYAnd --$128 3 TO ...
ded."We buy liquid sweetenerand illili HARRY BEIAFONTEA ,IS UL.I28 I.MO 98 'CD::.S8e:) : 69i STALK 17c OPEV1 CTN* 33

use it in everything we Geecdi, Dan
can," he said. "It's much ? Prints De Luxe e Tho Q.oIUo,f..l ,. IU(Mlb,lU fmflt EircryDayLowPrkc Tho 000 IIbt fH4 ,.... EvcryD.y\.owPrjcc\
by
cheaper." I UPIOWNSATURDAV Pantry >rJFLOUR! I CKIB LAIEL ..,,"
Powdered milk is also good I UT SWEET Dixie Crystals 3PAPER GREEN
and cheap for cooking, but not I PLUS POTATOES SUGAR TOWELS YELLOW
NIGHT ONIONS CABBAGE

Q ,, :rt.j
68C
.., 49 $249 ._,11. -C. 9c -.-

?aQaQLw ) I COMPARE! oun iviftvDAT LOW, .... ; COMPARE "e icuw un OUR PPPPY .
u..o { wr
PfflCIII ::\ :: Pt COMPARE! O:.CL U. TO

aaoooa) ( : Pork Shldr Roast ':'a 88C IV ; Low Cal Yogurt :KMS'OfI.. 25e a i S Cheese Spread r :.s: 99 20

(From Page 11)) r1 % PLUS Smoked Picnics :: ::::' < *
OI1W 68 101 I Cottage Cheese .a sssr 89c. j Perch Fillets =: : .. 69 10'

Morality lectures won't "When Dinosaurs Skinless Franks srcr69e' ;
work with the alcoholic. Cooked Shrimp --.- 99e '0' 1 Roll Sausage POUND' OHKOMK 79cto',

"Where is self-respect?" Sliced Bologna ma.-; 89' Shoulder' Steak '1" Orange Juice MOOD 98'
your :la.uIo Ruled The Earth" 14 =;. ,":: II' 2 3OTSPAMTHV. 18'

decency"TIave ?you""I should no sense think you of as P Y** Boneless Hams wru" J4" SO I Cor'd Beef Briskets JSLM"Sunnyl'd 20' i Cheese Slices SINOLS :o:':ID 89* 1"

would die of shame, a man (or wrthZOUZOUICCHMCOtORPOMISBYKUnr> Weiners Oscar SS;.':4- s1' ; '' ,'"
Mayer s1"o
woman) of your background." J Sun & Mon 20- Sausage .:.:.c... Fried Fish SticksrHMOftMLl; :: ..,,"t1" 20'
"Where is your will power?"

etc. This will drive him further It tortd. a*nich a sltnpl crime). Every DayLowPrkeMUSSELMAN Tk* QmJilu/ Feed Pwpl* EveryDayLowPrkeLYKES I ,
behind a wall of defiance, /
from which vantage point he Sat. and Sun. -1-.
regards the people who talk MatineeAdmission 1" Pantry FROZEN
that way with growing resentments APPLE
and suspicions. $1.00 f Pride FRENCH
; JUICE CHILI
Promises sometimes appear -
to work, but it rarely HE CONQUERS THE .: 32oz JAR MAYONNAISE WITH BEANS FRIES
lasts
long. "I'll promise neverto
mention It again, if you'll FURIOUS GIANTS!
stop drinking," "We'll go on ---- 2/89
the wagon together. Let'spromise. NtCOMQUatSVNI
Come on; please," _MASTS MMANCIT AWs----

"Promise you won't drink :-' MHSTtlS! COMPARE oir::$ ::;: Oil.IVIHVDAY10W : .
more than I do, drink for ..NIHTTUSTNIH0.. COMPARE! Kill ::TO ;COMPARE! o:1i ssK:.r ::;a

drink I'll do,"anything or"Give it you up,like for me.in 4 ,\ +L.),. aUTUWIS. 111 Beef Stew v::? 69c 14'I I Brown'n Serve ::aa l :H': 2/69/ 10 I Insect Spray ,:':[, 99c u,

return.burden"on These the alcoholic place an,who added is \ .to i I Steak Sauce ".'"."' 79t ,10' I Donuts II ":::C x..010: : ,69C 30', I Vanilla Extract ":,';:::0' 69 ,10,
.
literally unable to fulfill his t PLUS Green Beans "W1: : ,,3179c/ 12' ; Trash Cans --assr: 2.99 30' i Pantry Pride Wipes 49c tae
.
he part desperately of the bargain wants,even to.when Pro- I 1 Pork & Beans '"",'.: '' 4/1/ IAYI I I Pantry Pride Spinach: t 5/95c/ .. I Pantry Pride Cup' "sa79c to, iPP1r i// I

mises only lead to more Orange J Juice PRIOP' 5/95C MUtTABO '
arguments / ..
s50Par.NwP Greens 10
un 501495c/ '
aNN :: C"-Ol
Pride
anger, and further re .0 Pantry Cups 69 10. ,
.
Potato = .. 59C ... .. ,
sentments. Chips E aLong ImNIP71 10 Potatoes : 38c II
/ toot;:OIM41N0: I Foam Cups Tr 59 ,dF r

Threats are useless when Grain Rice :.:C;.::o::'..x::18 21 Economy Dinners j;::::,::"2/89/ 10. ; Peanut ButterT.ri. ll" 20, I

they are not carried Out. Vienna Sausage LOCUS, 29C I Banquet Pot Pies .:: 4/$1/ r I
Pride
Threats to leave him. to tell 1 8 N I Pantry Catsup :3/$1/ ., 4.

t his institution boss, to, commit only drive him to the an Lambrect! : Pizza' !sr!::; .;o,'" 77cun; Boil-N-Bag wsssr: c::: 32c 10 ; Roast-N-Boast t ....:' 4 $1 ,.,

alcoholic the threatened.further away from r White RamlEi.o> :/ ,; ;::. 69C 30 : TN Bags Tsvr":: 99c 10. i Dill Pickle Chips. un,wr.. *"-"!Q}. c ." 1 I


Next week we will continue EvcryD.ylowPrioc: rM o-w.,.... ,...... E ylowPrice ,... Q..Id., ',..,j Poep4o E rho O-W, '...1 p....... (wcryo..1lowPricc

to discus things the family ,. Pnltf nct* '
MP CRISCOSHORTENING MINUTE SLicED :$8 I
and friends of the alcoholic ILACKCTEPEAS P 'NY'Y KIMC SIZIBREAD AIMTOOTHPASTE
should not do. After that, we RICE DEETS 3'
,will discuss the many things I HOSE .

they can do to help their still- S._ TAINWNI, t Csnt d'old $19S 51.45 29c ,, ,' 39c I 49c" 3/$1 2s
suffering alcoholic.O.W.M. 1 PLAT T11 ?. .,P I

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Public: : Hearing{ Set Feb. 26 On Hospital Ordinance



;si AKis.ni Bradford county of Bradford county to the of compliance. Sanders said with the Keystone authorized-to work out a pro- had used the facility during Janet Turner on a full time
Heights
commissioners said that he'thought it best to city
tentatively hospital board and will allow would be
of the loan
approved the provisions of a the service of doctors nurses start off with five members on the terms in- officials on their use of thecounty's posal on a truck load basis to the period. This was in addi- basis in the Zoning Board
with
for a 15 year period take of fluctuationthat tion to the hauls made office with an annual salaryof
'new garbage dump near care any regular
the rather
county hospital ordinance and elected officials on the board than the '
terest at five
percent. $600 from the
Keystone. The may develop in the by Starke and Keystone $5,400 up
Monday. agreed garbage
February 3. and board. maximum of seven providedby the upon
advised
Sanders also
scheduled a public hearing for The act provides that the the ordinance.It Bradford amount was for $160 per future.In trucks and private'con- $4,800 previously paid op! a
that
commissioners month to be paid the a related matter on gar. tractor Gene Failing.In part time basis.Awarded .
its further discussion to county by
to be will was tentatively agreed
Authority operate as a had been bid
County applications said a in the
held Keystone. Trawick said that bage disposal Trawick other matters Monday -
three members
Wednesday February 26, non-profit organization with appoint to one-
removed from the supervisionof amount of $503 to.Whittakcr
that he had completed a the commissionersAt
at 10 a.m. In the courthouse. all funds being handled year terms and two membersto office and Keystone usually dumped two usage :
l the Gainesville truck of the garbage dump the of John A. Paint Contracting for repainting -
loads request
Tuesday
The amended act would two terms and at the on and survey
the board. It
directly by year
provides that hereafter its future processing three during the past week and that Torode Chairman, Bradford the Agriculture Buildingon
'provide the creation of the for the election 'of a expiration 'of each future would be handled by on Thursday. At the
Whittaker'sbid
Bradford County Hospital vicechairmansecretary appointments would i be made suggestion of commissionerRalph 488 cars and trucks from County Zoning Board, approved north US-301.
chairman a office of the
the Macclenny the only one received.
counties the was
Bradford and Clay employment of
Trawick
Authority which would permit'theappoantmentofasmanyas and treasurer, every two years for the oc- FmHA. Bryan, was
with no member serving in curring vacancies. Jim Wilkinson representingthe
seven trustees to the board more than one office. John Torode chairman of Macclenny office of
and would vest the authority The act specifies that no the Bradford County Zoning hand at '
FmHA was on
for appointment of those trustee will be compensatedas Board speaking to the com- Monday's meeting, and City Rezoning Approved For New Dental OfficesSTARKE I
serving on the board in the a result of his appointmentto missioners on the un-resolved requested the commissionersto
Board of County Commissioners the board but provides that phosphate mining ordinance the The Starke
provide office space in Both requests approved by of
night.Approved March 3 the application
rather than in the they will be re-imbursed for recommended that another courthouse for the operationof Zoning Board approved a spot the zoning board were also the advertisement Mrs. Pearlie, on D. Green for the
Governor of the State of duly authorized and legally public hearing be held on the his office here on Tuesdaysand zoning request change for approved by the Starke for a public of a mobile home -
Florida who has previously Incurred expenses of the matter and that an invitationbe Thursdays of each week. Houston McClane at the inter- Commissioners Tuesday hearing to be held Monday placement East Market Road in I
made the appointments on the board. extended to the officials in The commissioners section of Bessent Road and on ?
recommendation of local Chairman Dave Shuford the adjoining counties of Ala- authorized Clerk Gilbert East Call Street on SR-230 at a Starke.
patronage committees. cautioned the board about chua and Union. Torode said Brown to provide the required public hearing held Monday
Governor Reubin Askew making hast slowly on the new that the problem would be space for the local branch of February 3 at 5 p.m.
abolish his second term ordinance or the,board may common to all three counties the FmHA.At McClane said that the FBLA Week Activities PlannedVocational I
the use of localpatronage find themselves with a brand since the vein of phosphatewas the bid opening on renovation triangular one-half acre of
committees.The new board who would not located partially in each and repairs of the land across from the Brad- business and ness students actively inform- involved in the day-to-day
proposed ordinance will know what was going. on at the county. county jail and the construction ford County Hospital wouldbe office education students at ing the public especiallyother processes and activities of
permit the appointment of any hospital. Torode also requested the of a metal storage shed at used as the' constructionsite Bradford High School will join young people about those communities.
U.S. citizen who is a resident Commissioner Ralph Bryan attendance of the officials the rear of the jail nine bids for a 1,000 square foot pro- Future Business Leaders of career opportunities awaiting Membership in Phi Beta

._ _. from Manatee county who were received on the project fessional building to be oc- America or Phi Beta Lambda them in the world of businessand Lambda is over 1,200 studentsin
1 have already adopted and with the Watson Construction cupied on completion by Dr. members from throughout the business education. In all nearly 400 communities.
have in operation a phosphate Company of Macclenny the O. L. (Sonny) Haynes Jr., a nation in activities to make 50 states and Puerto Rico The organization is
Morgan Road mining ordinance there. apparent low bidder at local dentist. the community aware of the students will be observing the designed to help students
Torode was authorized to 26534.Other bids received on Lillian Stump an elder in importance of the business week by telling the story of learn basic business skills
arrange the proposed meetingand the project were: Triest Construction the Presbyterian Church students organizations during their organization and its acti- plus develop character
to advise the com- Keystone $29,724; Mrs. J. L. Gentry and John national FBLA-PBL Week vities. through leadership! and citizenship -
Baptist Church missioners when the date and North Port Building Methods and Henry Godwin were February 915. To show the importance of activities.
time had been established.The Jacksonville- $29,899; Jenkins represented as nearby or The celebration proclaimedboth business and the role of youth The Bradford High School
commissioners set Construction Jacksonville adjoining property owners nationwide and statewide in business, members of the chapter has 55 members
Presents A Monday. February 24, to be $30,545; Robert Luke Construction who were on hand for the is to inform the general Bradford High School chapter Officers this year are: President -
the guests of the Kerr-McGee Gainesville hearing and endorsed Mc- public and local businessmenof plan Monday, to give refresh- Rhoda Jones Vie e-Presi-
Corporation, at the invitationof $33,372; King Royer Construction Clane's request for the spot the number of future executives ments and Information about dent Cindy Gissy, Secretary
Bill John, land agent for the Gainesville $33,400; zoning change with the stipulation secretaries business the chapter to citizens down- Tina Kelly, Treasury Ann
company. John had invited Campen Construction Haw- the property be usedas machine operators, teachers, town and the shopping center. Allen Reporters Margaret
the commissioners to make an thorne $35,600; Guerry Construction stated by McClane. and clerks being trained in the Tuesday FBLA members will Norman and Karen Powell, t,
inspection of Brewster Phos- Lake City $39,133; John Sanders was permittedto high schools vocational-tech. work in the BUS office. At a Parliamentarians Uelores :
Os phates near Bartow to get a and Horner Construction temporarily place a 24 x 60 nical schools business luncheon Wednesday they will Brown and Susan Sapp.In .
preview of the type of oper- Gainesville 43851. mobile home to be used for schools and colleges and uni- hear Terry Casey news the future KBLA-PBL
6 I' ation that may be in store for Chairman Dave Shuford business purposes at the rear versities throughout the director of WCJB in Gaines- Week will be observed to give ,
Bradford and adjoining coun- appointed commissioners of the present WPXE radio country.The future business leaders and
ties at sometime In the future. Ralph Bryan and George station on SR-100. Sanders week also will see busi-- ville.Membership of the national teachers the opportunity' to
Solomon Sanders Roberts to serve with architect said that his future plans organization of FBLA has inform the public of its activities
representing/ the Farmers Robert E. Taylor as a called for the construction of a over 100,000 young people in and say "Thank You" for.
If Home Administration office in committee to review the bidson new building to house the Fantastic 2.800 communities actively the community's support.
Sat. Feb. 8 Gainesville presented the specification requirementsand radio broadcasting facility. It
commissioners with a letter of report back to the boardon is to be constructed betweenthe
Garden New Data Record
conditions to support the their findings and present station location System "
board's pending application recommendation for final and SK-100 but larger operateing
for a $200,000 loan to pay for award of contract. facilities were needed now Grow In I
7:30: P.M. the county's solid waste disposal 'Jack Trawick county sanitarian and that his interests could Use Begun By Phone Co :
equipment. The board reported that he had best be served by the temporary Glass JarsOne ,
voted to accept the conditions tentatively come to terms location of the mobile
_. The board A date used for billing.
----------- ---------------- home. zoning new system to recora
granted approval for a periodof of the most popular'gardens customer bill payments ad- The first step in the process
Featuring. DeWitt five years. today can be found justments and service begins when the MTS operatorin
C. Jones The zoning baard grantedthe inside glass or plastic jars. requests has begun to be used the local .office keys 'all
request of the Bradford The enclosed mini-garden or by the Bonifay office of daily customer account ac- h
The Guidance, Clinic formerly terrarium provides an ex- Florida State Telephone tivity including cash payments -
Jerusalem Quartet. Funeral HomeSTARKE known as the mental health cellent environment for many Company.Goal adjustments and ser-
department to place a mobile plants by producing an atmosphere of the new system Is to vice requests on the MTS terminal -
RHONE 964-62OO. home at the rear of the clinic of high humidity pro provide a more accurate and screen. This same dataIs
;:: & RENTAL building on West Madison tecting delicate foliage and up-to-date telephone bill. then fed to the GE time-
HOSPITAL BEDS. WALKERS.WHEEL CHAIRS Street.The mobile unit is to be preventing drafts from reaching Or.e of the major advan sharing computer in, Cleveland -
\ i, 'U- Bt i used for additional office the plant. tages is to reduce the mail lag Ohio. or to''other satellite
j' ... CR"'TCHE;$ ...
'
: ? 4. ? ,The variety in shapes and o and
space: temporary place- time between' the' scat
The KEYSTONE sizes of terrariums is '' : '
HEIGHTS fantas-
y MorgaiiTaires ment was 'approved until business'office 'and 'Continental Later in tlM"sdmei'44htfur! <<
tic. Glass plexiglass and Telephone Service Cor- period the customer activity is
PHONE 473-3176 Junes 1977.Stump's
; containers be
plastic may poration's Data Center in relayed from GE into the Data
used if they are transparent so Werrifield Virginia. Pre- Center's main computer.
that light may reach the sently the between the Alter that the main com-
plants. It is best to plant your time payments gap are made in puter feeds rejected service
..prtal Fr.. Tints. Idol! -F-fc.4, If Tl first terrarium in a containerthat the local office and the information orders back to the GE com-
has a wide top for easier Is sent by mail to puter. A second step transmitsa i
planting such as a brandy list of customer paymentssent
Dulles be much
as
can as a
Bradford SquareCelebrates snifter fish bowl aquarium week, but the new to the Data Center into a
Duval Prices Lower Than Florida'sTALLAHASSEE terrarium bowl. system
or purchased significantly speeds up the teletype machine located in
Before long you will be plant- of information the local business office.
posting payment -
ing narrow necked jars lamp
The next day the local
(11I-CMRRxJDKYlRn SETS PRICE PACE fnyHto, M.7S; DaSoto,....: bases and perhaps even a to the customer's ac- terminal calls the
uimra In Moaroa P_. ...17; T.ylor.,. M,S7; count. operator
It's64th table base. Whatever the
u. In u.. Hard q M.II; r_Mr.atate glass Another improvement is GE computer and begins to
JIll'
whba.this. Ia Bradmdropoillaa ceaIan and lieThe others wee ...... 101.17; ladle Itlver. 01.N; 0111: Gtrus. ....14Heman- container used it should correct service orders
ford County wltak...... low the Mato .wrap. .-.... SL .w.. 100..; do N.II; HamU"" 11.11I; match the decor of the area in that service requests can be rejected at the Data Center. A
according" 10 L1. Gov. Jim Flgurm. UM avarafacoat Oolllar. UN sob ..,... CfaarMta. N.W: polk. Baker. M.JS; Lev,. M.1I; which it is to be used. processed overnight into the service
WUU.ma. of ua |bada sad aarvicaa alva county la Itn. alippad M.M; Flack. Nan; Okaacladaa.. M.IS; Madlm.iviin.fn. After have selected the computer. Under the ofd request requires onlya
nlaaiad ttalawlda at to fourth la UN' wfcUa chobaa, M.7; Oaeaola,17..; M.N. Putnam tf.M; Santa you system typing 80 service few minutes to correct and
i. Monday hd u (fads Jlou and, calbeua. Cart axpaaalra wg* aada. 17..11; M...... Roaal Inn; Caeamb/.. container place a one inch took entire resend.
1 ..... prlca-lndax lurvay of Bradford racardad n a UT3, cllmbad la..... 7J7; St. ....... Hl; Or- "11; Glisten, M.H; Wai- layer of gravel pebbles, or requests an day Before the new system was
and then had be mailed
1- tba cost of an Uantlcal not wara M inuuip Hare m bat of prle .to- an ., ti."; omiu m. tTM; ion. H.W; wuuu M.W; broken crockery in the bot to to implemented those personnelwho
F4 >m>rEatbamkat. at coodi ..award,.., Palm. dm 0 uraa ta0.u WI eon- Bravard,, 17.17; Haidry. NaaMu, atn; Dixto. M.M; Year tom. This provides drainagefor the Data Center where they
Bmacro .... will work with the MTS,
CaUtr. Uaa: tr.M; Vol. M.M; Oay: J..s1L7I; CalnouB had to be entered separately
and anricn in each of wa 1a, lUdia. Laa, PtaaUaa llairaa, INS; Palm *MHUtoborottgh.\;; M.H; IUD; Unloa. W.TS; Iuw a7I the excess water and helps into the computer. The new including the terminal operator
t WI ___ Duval County and Columbia. whara. tile lasso l4TJi; Bteward, DUV .M.4. BMt tCJ; WattnllHtOHajrioa. prevent overwatering prob- procedure cuts the time for participated in a five day,
prlcaa mauurad tile lowest cot of food and aanicaa IOU'; CbUiar 1""; Dads M.I: Alaehua 1O.00.aakIIa, ...; Gull Today lems. Cover the gravel with training program in Mem-
amass Iba also major anaadad tba atatawua.. oven 144.41; Saraaota.. IOt.41; ....4 I; Lake ran; Los M47; Holmat. ". ; Cada.i three to four inches of good doing 80 service requests field.
r' Ifartta itLM: .... 1MJ1; M.l i; Mfaraaa, .; Bay dan. M.TC; Ubarty. ft.lt. organic soil. A soil that has down to three hours and posts
I; M.U; Laand Bradford,tlJB. them into the computer over According to Lymon Mitchell -
equal amounts of peat and local commercial
ThursdayFeb. sand is fine. Form mounds night. manager at Bonifay, the new
f What kind of electronic
THK OH and depressions in the soil. makes system represents "a signifi-
CAN YOU BETTER 6 These will add interest to changes wizardry possible? these cant improvement 'in cus-
plantings as they representthe
The answer is the MTS-7500 tomer service by applying a
miniature hills and valleysin amount of customer
'In a combination typewriter- greater
i your minilandscape.The adding machine which elec- activity to each month's bill.
GratitudeTo plants used should tronically feeds all local We've tested the !MTS operation

REASON TO SHOP IN BRADFORD well complement as the container.each other They as I tomer activity into a time cus- think for it's three the years best and one we
sharing N4-343 and
All Our
should require the same grow computer available."

> FaithfulCustomers ing conditions. at then the on Date to the Center.main computer This new The new system requires no

l COUNTY ? ? machine -. additional effort of the customer
cated computer technology to nor does it change bill-
,> ,simplify the whole process of ing or payment due dates.

I' .In Cast ,Yen Cart Hart Art A Few AMitienal.... Ones We Offer This updating customer records



LOCAL M-HICHnNTS- SptlcialPurc

A .HEALTHY 1975 '

i Provide Employees With' Payrolls Which Go For Their Food Housing Eel / Ask IT'S REALLY UP TO YOU!

k! e

LOCAL MMCHnNTB- Charley"E. ID aU probability 1115 will generally bea
healthier year for moat .verFoDe. for in

Pay Taxes City & ,County.Which Go For Government Expenses Which LadiesJlutterbye each tested p'MUtt and net.w year medial W. I"techniquea Dew medicines dn..o.per-..., d

There Is ,always the chance that this will
Also Pays Employees EctLOCfH. Jolma be one year that will see a breakthrough in
finding .be sore f. _. of th. killer dtaa..u
PANTS SUIT that .WI 1D&DkiDd.
plate
MajMCHflliTB "A careless act can cause ,But. good health dom't DeerllF Justkappa. ,
another person to lose .his. Yes law to do your put to help.I W.,
Patronize Other Business For Goods & Service Ect $1800Deslpned sight.Jiia ntMculinity?.nd .... .. that Fa rssoly, today that you wIMt
result in a law suit for Dot angled, ye v '1aeeI. So..I. n oh.oksp i l
For The
with your deelGl' Act early at any alias ., an.
LOCAL MMCHflNTS-- Fashion-Minded Woman $100,000 or more. The ........ w. resolve we wW do' nerJ'Wq we
On The Go! usual $10,000 personal ern .$ icsUi le hap yor and Feu fllDllF In:
I liability policy .fa no longer tile pontd.1g..4 kealt4 '
Will_Feel A Greater Obligation! To Their! :Local Customers.In. Servicing & -Finest Fabrics- adequate. Can the Charley YOU oa YOn DOC'l'Oa-. cN PHONE U8

Perfectly Proportioned E. Johns who F88 aed a d.ltv.,. w. will defvsr,
Repairing .Items Sold By Them Agency increase PI'OlDPtIF without .an ........ A great m.ayl:
my ComprehensivePersonal people nIF I. u for their health ...... w.,
Ladies Liability to ,w.M.m. r gnw1 for d llvuy service. anal chart! -


I It Makes Cents' To Shop At ; Yutter1ye'r DRESSES premium for l100,000..eve.just Charley a?"few dollars.000.000.E. more ..e.n.t..KICK'S"Phone DRUG 964-675.7 STORE ; ,



tI..< "' :"", t", \ "' : ''oj r'.. .PESCRRTION: CHEMISTS :\
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HoniThis : 12'00M.cIII" JOHNS
*" : 1'-- AGENCY: 166.W.O4'e'ia.T' 'Starke'A;: ,

W..II.bl.Lillie ,131 SO. WALNUT ST.: .. ',' If\t'\:, ,

8p.c< Don lsd By Th4f Bradford County T.4.gr.ph.. or No Ironing PHONE 9A4-9O7O ,
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Page UI TELEGRAPH February 6, 1975



Turlington Sees Small Increase In State RevenueSTARKE FHA; Funds Available To,


Build ,County Library

Predicting Turlington ribbed newlywedRep. Sales tax revenues have -
fallen faster than the STARKE Prospects were A survey of the property(
"some little increase" in state Frank Williams, said economy
tax revenue for 1975 "but not Bradford School Supt. Jim itself, Turlington said. Citinga brightened Monday, February the northeast corner of the
," Education "is fast "serious falling off," Tur 3, for the construction of a intersection of North Walnut
all that great Temple coming as
up i building when and Jackson Streets is
lington said state revenuesare public library In the
Commissioner Ralph Turlington as anybody I've seen' in leadership
said here Friday night his among the state some $232 million below the county commissionerswere process of being completed by
. told that funds were surveyor M. G. McMillan,
is trying to school superintendents, and anticipated collections for this pre- and
huge department
available from the architect Robert E.
fiscal sently Taylor
I do more work with fewer made no bones about the year.
people.Speaking. state's current "short fall" in This translates into a 3.3 Farmers Home .Adminis- Informed the commissionersthat
I to some 300 revenue, meaning Florida has percent cut in budgeted state tration. his preliminary cost
funds. It further translatedinto Jim Wilkinson,representingFlIA's estimate for the building had
assembled guests and busi- been collecting less tax income -
28th annual than predicted. a 3.3 percent cut of Brad- Macclenny office who reached 90000.
at the was
nessmen i ir BradfordCounty .
of Monday had .Taylor agreed to have
dinner meeting of the Brad- "Unless there is a turn- ford County school funds 41-j as the
coming from the state and added to his adminis- preliminary drawings and
ford County Chamber of Com around we're going to have a
merce Turlington said he has continued short fall." Espousing meant a $90,000 budget cut i trative. jurisdiction, encouraged sketches prepared ,by Monday
approved just last week by the the commissionersto February 17, for theboard's
cut the staff of the huge State his "Jones Theory, Tur
of Educationfrom lington said "the Joneses school board in areas namedby proceed immediately on a review and possible
Department Supt. Temple and his staff d'1r1k ki kin r pre-application for funds to approval at that time.
over !900 to 855 and eli- haven't been doing very well g
minated as unnecessary 97 of lately either," Florida's "In education, we can do ''cover the cost of the proposed Bill Wilson,
of is down our adjusting 'just as easily as 'library building. owner of Bad-
revenue
county
295 reports required proportionately cock
officials. than most anyone elsethe veteran Faced with a deadline to Associate Store, purchased -
level education more state legislator told Starke vacate,''if at all possible, by the property in which
"We did I Imd some things states, Turlington said,
31 1975 from the rented the present library is
businessmen. x.41 c cIA July ; located,
which if we didn't do the world because the greatest income ,
The State of Florida is actually building on South Walnut and graciously granted
a time
would be u better place to Ii ve.We're producer is the state's sales
of
endeavoring in this tax.Sales tax revenues are off in an excellent cash Street,the commissioners are period one year from date
position. The Legislature is r r r< proceeding on the project as of purchase for the public
the new top state educator because people are not buyingor
area currently using some of its quickly as possible. library to re-locate.
of) nine months (told the traveling to Florida in the
local assemblage in the "al'keWoman's amount or numbers they $112 million in reserve to py I
weather the current short fall.

Club. were. !>) id 1ca y.. Henry Block has


Guests greet Education Commissioner Ralph Turlington after his speech Friday night at the 17 ,reasons why you
annual dinner meeting of the Chamber of Commerce.At right are Nancy and Joe Hull school
system employers, and Guy Andrews chairman of the Bradford. County Democratic Committee should
come to us

A recognized expert on state "If a student is not able to missioner Turlington said. He for income
finances,Turlington predicteda read with understanding, he Is said his department is "not in tax help.
slight rise in state revenuesin not in the ballgame of life the business of administration -
the coming months. He said today," he said, terming read- red tape, and paper
he hopes further budget cuts ing the most important skill. work, although we .produceour Reason 16. We'll try to do
"
l THE BITE will be unnecessary. Number two priority in edu-' share.
PUT 1 Number one priority under cation is greater emphasis on "You can be critical all you everything we can to save
his administration, Turlingtonsaid career and vocational educa. want, I have at times. But, by you money. After all, we
will be to provide a basic tion. and large we can be proud ofa
education of reading, writing "Being busy isn't enough lot of things," Turlingtonsaid want your business again
BACK INYOURBUCK and arithmetic with a special unless it accomplishes what of Florida education."We next year.
[L can be proud but we
emphasis on reading. you set out to do, Corn- can do better..."


Raiford To Borrow Only $9,000 r
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r- : To Complete $18,000 Town,Hall t

RAIFORD A'healthy cash contractor to provide a 1974 for law protection service , balance of$14,300 has enabledthe commemorative bronze wall provided by the Union County
f Raiford council to cut in plaque to be installed in the Sheriff's Department duringthe
half the amount of loan neededfor new municipal building when period.
construction of the new completed. The names of the
ft
:
t municipal building. town officials who were in -Approved a fee of $100 to
After approving the mon- office during its constructionare to Edward Carter for
'j thly financial report as pre- to be inscribed on the building inspection services
sented by Town Clerk Kathryn plaque.Approved. during the course of construction
:;; Alvarez indicating a cash a thirty percent of the municipal building. THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE,
: balance of $14,300, the council $5,400 partial payment to the
t : calculated it could complete Country Home Center Lake 118 NORTH WALNUT
construction of the new town Butler for building construc- -Attorney Richard E.
Jti'd hall by, borrowing only i one- tion costs to date.Approved 'Welty instrpcted the council ODen 9 A.M. to 8 P.M. Monday thru Saturday Phone 964-8286
0 0 half its total cost of 18000. a quarterly members on the completion of
Small o a A o o 0 The council then adopted a payment of$1,000 for October, financial disclosure forms to NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY
Soft 0 0 o n o la resolution for a $9,000 loan November and December, be completed by May 1, 1975. -
l> 0 ,
0
the Farmers and
from --------------------------------
.. Drink 0 0 on c'': c Dealers Bank at Lake Butler
I* *> to be repaid over a period! of I :

V five years. ,
At the suggestion of building
,fl: Regular U. contractor Richard Pernini, of I
Deluxe Fries the Country Home Center,
7 Huskee :7 Lake Butler, contractor for 1 '
6- Raiford's new municipal .
building, several contract I
additions were authorized by .
<. the council. They were: the
with the installation of' two turbine .
FREE small soft drink
A ventilators in the roof of the 1 I
of the to
garage area building
purchase of a provide cooling for the win- ...-
I
dowless part of the building, : \ ,1 "

Deluxe Huskee and regular friesThe the installation of three floodlights .. 'I.. 1
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,
a vent opening in the I '4 \'r"' JId( : r' > j
bathroom, heavy duty com- w.rwnr.': A h1trA ,,;.- ,;'.''p. ,
Deluxe Huskee features a % lb. char-broiled chop- mercial doors are to be installed e".. ,: 1 !. '
ped beefsteak burger, tangy melted cheese, shredded for security reasons to ;' I
lettuce tomato onion pickles and mayonnaise all On a !fi replace standard doors and pre-the 'I' P' ,
viously approved .It.A. .-
;x toasted sesame bun. '
... installation of three one by .
I twelve shelves in the storage '
OHardpe s Food Systems Inc 1975 ,if.;i iL compartment of the building.The -+ ", .'it, .::. I
changes were approvedwith \. '> '
the stipulation'' that the .'
additional charges to the 1 h',' rj
council would be at cost plus j I

L U. S. 301 In Starke jj ten percent to the contractor .'
[ In other matters Monday, "
the council: I ;[ > : : .

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