Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 8, 1976
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:04034
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UCBd. ?rn Conduct Case


Griffis was unanimously "r lr_ N
selected chairman of the
Union County Commission ata ;

reorganizations! meeting of I
the board on Tuesday, Jan 6. A ut y 41a+1'n
Paul Kiherd was selected as ,

vice-chairman. SustainedWilliam
Griffis previously served as
t Tl
chairman four years ago in "
1972 Rlherd is also a former v x'Pr 1 r
chairman of the commission, INd.O

having served in that capacityin ; ._ E. "Billy" Dampier .
1973. returned Wednesday

In other business the com $ irrfkeM r,, morning to his teaching
mission agreed/ to assist the ?
City of Lake Butler with position at' Bradford Garbage System

county equipment and personnel Middle School following a

to prepare for paving S.W. Y ? 3.2 decision by the Brad-

1st Road, S.E. 7th Avenue, .,. ford School Board not to
S E 8th Street, and S.E. 7th ar
Place. a' r rt sustain charges of miscon- -v.Seen

Request for the assistance duct in office. WorkingIn

was made in an unsigned The board found that the
t letter from the City of Lake -- facts as alleged were true,
Butler and the commissiongave r
but concluded that the act
approval subject to the
proposal being executed by a was insufficient to warrant Few Months

I Lake Butler official at a regular anything more than are.

city council meeting. primand.

The commission gave Charges stemmed froma Implementation of Bradford an extension ot I the watiantvon .'

authority to 'ounty Supt small gasoline engine ('ounIY's'irst\ garbage collectIOn the units
George l Langley to close the intended for use in the system is probably two or Although Ta.vlor Htninmended
dump at Worthington Springs. school system and found three months away with the that the ('nnimisMon
He was also granted permission almost later ina usual problems of any new take a look at other plates
to purchase (lour more eight years project causing delays which had used I IK- 11 "ll'I'
garbage boxes a cost of$305 storage shed on Dam The had weight containers, .illnincv
eacn pier's farm in the community county commission Gene Shaw mloimed I ho
A discussion was held on a of Theressa on SK.100. five to vote trash Monday to compactors reject the board that the ,,',,1.IUdl1
means of selecting jurors to might be.Il'opdl'dlll'd| il I he hid
serve in possible (trials in A letter of reprimand will be delivered to the county specifications were not niol
because they do not meet
Union County for 1976. Clerk placed in Uampier's profes
}, sional file, with that specifications Triest Construction
Robert Driggers said he had a warning
been approached by court future activities will be Company of Keystone Teacher
Heights is in process of
monitored according
officials to try to better screen closely
to the motion made by former building first dumping ramp
legislature .jurors as the Bradford's venerable old courthouse Is presenting a new The cluck will be lighted/ at night and can be seen at a long school board chairman Rod at Lawtey. but bad weatherhas Workday I
responsibility several years with ago face this week' with four huge clocks staring In all directions! distance from every direction. The photo above was taken ney Hall Members Arthur hampered construction
placed this from the tower for the first time in Its 73 year history utross (' -aolImthecorner of Call and ::101 i l as! darkness! fell Uaskms and J.T. Parnsh which is still under way
the county commissioners commission.The Installation of the clocks was made possible! through Tuesday night,just after the lights'were first turned on. voted against the decision The board is building the Decision
donations by five local businessmen. .hour hearing first at Lawtey as a pilot
requested that they /get a list ... following a six ramp
from the supervisor of elections Tuesday project to ie how the operation -
office of who AFTER 73 YEARS will work Commissioner -
people are Dampier was suspendedfrom Dave Shuford says the Due MonaLAKE .
registered/ to vote The commission
leaching Nov 18. 1975.
county should be able to try
tabled selection of
jurors until they could get further charges pending that the he hearing received on a out the system in the next controversy BUTLER over shortening- The
Old Courthouse Tower Gets ClocksAfter week or so but predicts it will
information on those who gasoline engine in 1968 intended he some two months before tedchers'orkddy in limon
might be able to serve. County was aired in circuitcourt
for use at the Brad the system is in full operation
Monday\ and decisionis
-:'Riggers indicated 73 years of patient installed, but Jackson said if required three full days to ceiling, which sometimes happened ford Union Vocational Technical The big truck which will to be announced a by Judge
that waiting Bradford County'sOld they had to be made new the make each face he said New in the old da>s. Center and kept it in his haul the 4U-cubic yard compactor -
there be need for John Murphree by Monday
may a jurorson Courthouse, constructed cost would be around $5,500 gears for the dials had to be Favorable comment was possession on his premisesuntil units from one site to Jan 12.
'. Monday Jan 19. when in 1902 this week had five-foot machine cut at a cost of Sl.OOO() heard along Call Street when discovered in late October the other is supposed to be civil
A the Union
there be trials .
may some jury The faces of the clocks
wide clocks installed all are the clocks
in were !first illuminated -
delivered around Jjn S 9.10.()
that and week. A County School l Board charges
on day special four sides of its 80-foot tower. covered with plexiglas instead Tuesday night Allegations that Dampier
still few
meeting may be tailed to of regular glass and are safe Originally the clock "They really look great" failed to inventory the property a days away that Superintendent James
select those people who are Power was turned on Tues from breakage The Roman mechanism was operated by commented Mrs Bill Tilley. on school records were The compactor units will Cason failed to carry out a 3.2
have to be exchanged, but
going to serve on the juries in day night and the illuminated numerals used on the faces weights but all tower clocksare cashier at Koch's Drug Store. dismissed following early board decision to shorten theteachers'
Onion County this year dials became visible for miles cannot be obtained readymade now converted to electricity 'I'm certainly glad the old testimony from V'o-Tech they come from Jacksonville.that shouldnot workday by a half
Shuford and
Florida statutes provide by motorists approachingStarke and were all hand cut Jackson said eliminating courthouse was saved and is School director Ted Ogle!.by says hour
be too much of a problem.
that the* County Commission from all directions by the younger Jackson Each the danger of massive being fixed It's a big improvement that Dampier was not respon- Represented by attorney
select a mini mum of 250 qualified letter is seven inches high. It weights dropping through the ."up. sible for recording incoming County architect Robert Selig Golden. Cason answered'
persons to serve for the The long-awaited clocks property Taylor reported at Mondays charges by saying that the
year were made possible by contributions commission meeting that a board had itself violated the
The commission authorized from a small group of Dampier admitted taking preliminary inspection of the law in failing to change the
I Driggers to write a letter to local donors to add impetus to the engine to his home when compactors revealed a lighter pnlicv under the Administrative
(01. Kldndge: Beach, commander the county's major Bicentennial reassigned from the Vo-Tech weight steel had been used for Procedures Act Golden
of the Florida Highway project, the preservation school l to the middle school in the machine casing than further pointed out that the
Patrol to request that a of the red brick courthouse asa 1971 but said that he understood called for in bid specifications decision to bring civil suit
second highway patrolman be historical landmark and for the engine to be his personal against Cason had been

based in Union County. Currently future community use as a property. The 8 x 8 x 20-foot com reached at a private meeting

only one trooper is museum, art center, and However. when the Briggs pactor casings were 25 per violation of the Sunshine
assigned to live and work in meeting house. and Stratton. Co. engine was cent lighter than specifications Law'
the county. The clocks were installed by ordered in 19t>8. the agriculture required, Taylor said The board apparently
The commission adopted a C.F. Jackson and son, tower rY teacher signed an affidavit National 1 Compactor reached the decision to bring
resolution to support the 16- clock specialists from that it would be used "for spokesman George Smith suit by a 3-2 decision during a n

county North Central Florida Dunellon who operate educational purposes only... to later told the board that the executive session referred to
Health Planning Council throughout the southeast and be considered a gift to the lighter steel had been an over in minutes of a Sept. 24, 1975
which under the Health Systems midwest and include among school and not the individual sight in production but that meeting No mention of the
Act of 1974 serves as a their jobs the famous clock teacher other places used the thinner action was made in the public
health planning agency on a tower landmark at Daytona -N" of session or recorded in minutesof
it 'He is only guilty astronomical steel with no trouble."You're .
Beach the monthly meeting, according -
I IS. )' Iiigr: II poor judgment, Hall receiving a
County Judge Elzie Sanders i said in preface to his motion Cadillac for a Ford price" to Golden.
The suit, filed Oct 2 and
chairman of the Bicentennial 1r'k / during board deliberations Smith said in offering/t a $150
EEit J tLi later Commission, praised I and it is entirely, possibleUnder deduction from the $350 purchase signed by board members
;r lan the clocks as a major con \r" 1',1\1 ,U i' price of the casings and

tribution to the old courthouse 1r'
project and said it should fi )
; /
inspire others to contributetime r'k Pressure From PERC
t t and money to the preservation ,
<; of this historic budding i .
just as many other cities and I 4W 1'r I
towns across the nation are

doing in this Bicentennial 1 -.,- City Signs Electric Contract

year ..... "
Sanders also said that Jacksonville
h architect Herschel I Faced with litigation unless by IBEW Local 1205 againstthe against the contract with Sil-

Shepard is now drawing up it signed a contract with Inter- city for unfair labor practices cox Jackson, and Schaefer
specifications for a $20.000 national Brotherhood of Electrical in refusing to sign a con- voting against it on the
funds Workers Union Local tract with the union. At'several that the city was in
BUARC Inc. matching project covering P financial
straits and "did not
For Retarded everior:' work on the wI 1205 the Starke City Commission previous meetings the
Meets Tonight building. Tuesday night signed a City Commissioners had Sre Page II

7:10 p.m, This will stabilize the renegotiated contract whose agreed to all terms of the contract Chiles To VisitWhheheacl
School Board exterior of the building, preventing wage and classification scales but balked at Article
Meeting RoomOKLAHOMAI further deterioration I qr. ,,4' gi will not go into effect until VIII, setting wage and job FarmAt

----- and making it secure for hous April 1. classifications
ing items later placed in the The action was taken after The contract called for a 10 7:30 Tonight
Bui let -7M: museum," Sanders said. ; reading a letter from the state percent pay increase.The city
.7:45Woman's agency. PERC ( Public offered five percent, saying Sen. Lawton Chiles, D-Fla.,
Play :
Club The elder Jackson startedhis Employees Relations Com- the electricdepartment will appear at a cookout at the
career with clocks 50 years mission), stating that the employees would get no more farm of Union
Little' ,10H11 TheaterJane ago, and has done tower installations matter would go to a board of than offered other city em- John Whitehead on Thursday,

and repairs in arbitration for settlement ployees, which was five per Jan. 8;at 7:30: p m.
---- CO. more than 20 states, mostly in '" 1 unless the city signed a work He is currently on a tour) of
BRADFORD LIBRARY the southeast and midwest.He able contract with the local. cent.Following the PERC in- 21 Florida counties while con

DEDICATIONand plans to retire soon and the A.J. Watson business man- vestigator's visit, another gress is in recess: to bold organizational -
HouseSunday business will be carried on by M I ager of the IBEW, told the meeting was held between representatives meetings for his \
Open, Jan. IS his son, Frank, Jr. council this would necessitate of the union, reelection campaign. His ,.
7-S 4j! :_ theclty's retaining a lawyer to and City Clerk Merrill Ed- appearance in Union County
I I'p.m.Public Invited Jackson says the tower / represent it at a hearing in the wards, representing the cityas will be part of this kickoff to 1.
clocks mechanism installed matter and other negotiationswith negotiator. The renegotiated his campaign.
c.......01 here this week was the last old PERC. He said this contract adopted Tues- Sea Chiles Is starting the J

till (dommuniti! Seth Thomas clock he knowsto would undoubtedly prove day night was the result of this sixth and final year of his first
) be available, and he had more expensive than raises meeting.The term in the US Senate. He was 1
'>tatr dunk several communities wanting given to employees under the contract was approved elected in 1970 to replace veteran -

Acc.unr Haw ln'vr'tf Up it. including Key West, after Frank Johnson, Jr. adjust the mechanism which will operate the four huge clocks. The contract. only after CommissionerMarc Senator George
T....._kyP he had agreed to Install it mall clock al' bottom Is the master unit, controlling the four big clocks. The long shafts An investigator from PERC Jackson changed his Smathers who retired from
.d.'.1 D.0o tf In.I.nc.C.'P. here. The clocks, with four reaching out to each clock face are chain and gear driven by the small electric motor at bottom came here last December 8 to vote from no to yes. On the congress and did not seek re-
faces will cost around $3,500 left. investigate a complaint filed first ballot, the vote was 3-2 election at that time


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Xi Iota Delta Karen Bennett

Dinner Enjoyed Jan.Shrimp 3 JJ.Wedding Laliberte Jan. 10 e9 The Social SPide @I fflw Jfou* !

X,and IOU Delta rust bead a January shnspoou Seoactt Mr and of Jactsoer Mrs.. Ovid 3e< aa-D Iai1 s ni..tty Ci.ty &IOer 964-7608
oyster 'i,
: . a e of rhea daugb:er,
Freddie Those: Stephens attead s .. re !Mr Karen Aao.. to Jerald JoseptiLibbene Waldo Pringles Return to Old Courthouse Johnnie O. Dobbs
and Mrs BiBy: Hoctee Mr ant Sorority Celebrates 78th
Mrs Vert Best Mr and Mrs The weddtng' : n'J take place
P.*IT** Bryaa. &eoorj dad Saturday January 18. at C Held Colonial Scene of Their Marriage Years Ago
Scce Jcfcos Mr grid 'Ur p HI HI tbe Cedar Hits Bapbst BirthdayJan.1

Sradj Cnerstreet. !Mr and> Cure tn JactiacrrUie la a kind d "senUxn ntalpCnmage
Mrs. 'tw Side Frectt Jr its Bennett is the granddaughter ,- Mr and Mrs Johnnie O. Dobbs of Lake
toil Kennae Step em aj of of Mrs. F J Sba. ofSurce V aJdo Prmgle.} of Wortaocgtoa' Butler celebrated his 78th
State Mr and Mn Gene t Members of Apha Guc.a Spncgs noted tbe old Bradford l birthday New Year's Day at a
.::c.... Mr and Mr! Artier .aPtt1rta Delta Kappa. County courthouse last family gathering at the homed
Para Mariyna and Marsca -matjonal Sorority, eoiertaoed week where thee his son-in-law and daughter
Kaye Patrat aii. of Keystone. Holly Hatcher at a Coiooal Chnst> :pas married by the lace Judge Mr and Mrs. A.B. M hite-
au' tea at Sr Marks Parish Hall: George A. Gardiner ta a cml headThe.

The lies: raewtiag; .'-_ be Debbie Douglas Celebrates 1st ceremony. : 4S years ago 32 guests! included his
Tbe under the
nerd; at tIe bccer1: : !Mrs! program was We just wanted to. cone daughters, Mrs. A.W White-
Fre and
too. presMet, : Edde
4 taken .on the old courthouse Reddish. Jr of wk 'Butler.
Engcgement Told Littlee HoOy Halcber ce e- Joyce Sexto-o recording steps: Mr Pnngle said "I .. rr Mrs. Emaline Dockery of
THETA brated 1 ber first !birthday secretary tae" the old bcOdicg, and: aa r. yu3I Green Cove Springs and Mrs
;nma Theu:: w-ia hoid its Satu.be) her parents.Mr : Roth glad: to. see tba t rt is gang to be '1 Amos Carlton I of Palatka. and
:In! *etll J awry 12 a.: WI' Uil Mrs Edward and: Mrs Harry HatcherCI. Frazier. ebapUia. saved and not torn down, like ; t S son. Marjel Dobbs of Madison
.. of Mrs Joes Srusa.Viomons : gave aa mspiratMoal Cbnst- Y
: acrr:
Dogas anocnce the gave a party for her aadeizJat : oas devotional.Sihrer scene coucties hare done. and grandchildren and great
r'Iga.t er::!at.e-.r: CiLirter.linos : Itt: > friends at their Sptrv" a children Mr and Mn. Pr.qJe. both grandchildren.Mr .
A=c 'r.e. to Rxaty> : S Cherry Svreet. Crjnst&as book and retard s casves d Bradford Couorymtoch Dobbs granddaughter.Mrs / .
ClubToMeetjcn.14 E Taoepsoc.. too of JILt Theo circus tie me: was : then: lochided\ tram: Tom Webb of Lake Butler
was presented by Sin-
aai Mrs Kenneth BadtryTbocspsoc. :: earned oat UD tbe party dajr Evelyn County: were married w t baked a huge: round birthday -
1 :: Jr aJl: of Sarie oec; atiocs. The rd.eshrnenitable : Judge Gardiaer's d5ce m the cake for the occasion
Mss: CWQ.'AS vjj be a irrsETJia'j was centered with a old courthouse on Dec Z7
To *ociaa: i Oub of Sun? ; d Bradizd ILgaScaooL : Merry O>Rouod cake Carolyn Canova. accc-a- 1330 l They remember that one
r:=:::eet *e2s; accor&aa. led the J.W.RitchsWere
->i.r:} :4 for its rcgf..arjnc&ede Fowl': Far a Stant ': which! was decorated: group. inCtnsrnias up with them was the late f
oeetz* Mr TboeipsoQ s a irrs ..*- witn harmryt and streamers:; surymg : wfl W Baisden. one-tizae frg
Tie ;ro*rams and kiacbe'-jc i;ate o< Bra ford HgaScaod The ,ca.p".enee:: jailer} and deputy m Bradford Hosts At

.. r ptwdasi' by the P hue He ts e r cy4 cyTbccpsoo fafors d suckers babooes tea t&bieu centered County Mr. aid !loin. Wald.. Priack'. eldI- Sys, a. Chili
hev.'_<. was the son of stets el aid t..rti.ase. stets they were carried 45 years SupperMr
.-.-' s. dS..rrviB. Mrs. Tine -. irz is pUsaed for Assisting were Holly s r>eri Spiced hot tea Mr and :Mrs. Chafer A. .C'
\ KIi.hL Mrs A R'l4cPe AprJ> i inM-nx&er. Mrs JacesKrrv2. and. a variety of Otkr-.al Pn:. >. w-fao: farmed vest of and Mrs J.W. Ritch

Mrs Edl Poe. Mrs and day ter. !Moca.cf I goocbies, cakes spiced outs Law ley for many years raced They came to W orh- barter: operator He plans to were hosts at a chili supper
':, Po' eiL Mrs PaJ; Ray MoL= .;.ne. Ga Mrs Wi&crBalers. !: and. sandwiches. were servedby Before tbexr Damage, his retire after two more years last Friday night at I heir
--- inglm Sprints seven
- Mrs\ ...Oe5 R p!a s Mrs Lisa Moody! and Carolyn Caaova daughter of Mr. and( Mrs dry.: ." and bought: a lot near Mr Pnngle said and am for the :Methodist Chancel I
s Cfcrtstv Mrs Janet Tar- 2iJ 1o-Y-- Henry Riven of the Lake tbe springs itttere they: fare m glad to see t.t1S going to be Choir
-*. sojoL.; T C Faze Hartmon-Chi amberlain Butler! area. They have two a. mobile booe sat eel and not tons down like The dining tables were covered
Mr and MLs JX Powe7 o< dl: Jdren. Harry W Pnngle. Sot ready for recreroent: scene counties bare done with white linen cloths
JaasacrEe were' Sat:riiyvsrtors Jr. and Mrs R.C Spnceer and centered with red candles
An nounced These old bw better
Marriage yet after a iccg Ere of actm- iVftngs are .
dL Mrs CJL KrgtMrs Sr both! of Aoburada e. and and holly
!Mr than could buildtoday.
ty. PncgJe went to sort any we
Mr and: Mrv James R. carrer.trecipiojed, with a there are four grandchildren for the Florida prison system's ." be added. You just During the evening the
Grace Rjlcb bas After their the listened to the record-
tnamaze group
Cbadberlaia of Lavtey.fonaeriy cccstractioa company IBJacxsconCe. Receptxo and Medial: can't get materials Like that
cxAcd froca 3CT w MiiijcScreec Pn&Eies bred on a farm near me: of their Christmas cantata
7 5c ..- 2! Mrs S to fA Pare KaceMr Law-ley but were victims d that was [given at the churchon
Pi..n.n: fa=ur.< d Se>raourxtersoc the: carnage of December
the dcpressioB that gnppedthe 21 1
AFB, N C thexjCa.s this daughter. Lee Anti: to ,, >17W
set Mrs Charles! r1 .
aid caoon ta the early 1330's.nx The :S:: enjoying the affair
: wits her pareca. Mr Scr.iift' d At1a taw Ga. spentFriday Erjce Act Hartman lOG of P--I. = was the year that broke included the choir members.hnbands .
.. Mr and! Mrs B-A. Harscan. .
.r.f i Mrs George Bran BIRTHS ; 1j.-X-
to last TwscUj h tne IB farming. Mr Prm: 3e and wives and Rev
tier SMn F.J SfcaMr Sr of Sepeane New Jersey. said. "I put all I bad ICto my and :Mrs. George Harper
'Mr ark Mrs Rex Brass and! ors r-el::nes. w-tsca tooc place J.2 taKxssiaad. Word. was r-cerred ctZO4 stra..bencrop that year. }(r. and Mrs Douglas Mrs. James Barren visited
"'!""....r.s..tr"; > frocs r..o G .etas saran i tip 10 Taos S_ and Mrs Fred :Barter and )(n. Hartcvaa are Crockait*m Geneva. frocn a six-acre piactmg berth of a dabter. Area recently Little Women
'Sexico Mrs ri7a s par- and! farity sthe hays. now raid:::g la t..eyMn AJa who died Ncveirber rr There just wasn't' any Dawn OQ Jaa. 3 at tbe University : -

-T--J Mr and! Mrs Carexe .1..:1 their ...."'t".t5. Mr and: Hancaa attended Mr CronLhitt and tamJy money m arc ana a those of Flooda Medical I Ceder )(r. and Mrs. Bill Glover Have Cosmetic
!<...*> tf Bnasjnc Ga O ,* Forrest H-jh m JacxsocnCe: : lr e<3 here several years ago G.mesT1lIe. and and ha mother.
Mrs San .. 3 w.tn' tee Brown Mr Hart man graduated ton w-ioie be of Program Jan. 5
? and Mrs Lucy Barker: a was manager tae buy grits miaca less a luxury Mrs D L Cam. spent Wednesday
'. ..jcreE!: iuncg :t.er: .ce ...aJdc:5: :.... Ga. Neptune .High! Sciool He tn Fartaer's Market. like strawtxrnei-" Maternal a.odlrs.grandparents Harold! Smith areMr of to Sunday at their Miss Louise Stern. beautconsultant.
Neptune. Jersey IS >
Mr Prime recalls that he Starke Paternal l grandparents bocae in Floral City Mrs Cain !gale a Cosmeticdennunstratnm
wonted for M cents .a day for Mr and Mrs G has returned to be.heme m
are : usin,; tilona
Douglas the WPAworks' Progress Nett>s of Starke :Montgomery. Ala after Strickland as a model, at 1110-
Wayne Administration' and also laess spendicg tbe !bobdays here tUl'4orr. 's Club meeting:
pr Sale fathers tucJber operatuo.gaticg -
tnventory Cape and STrsTSbtty ?!.Sead MutxU imzhtlAmnit4ne
out cf the woods
logs Mr. and Mrs Charles Francs busim meeting -
EEffif: : : with an ox team HIS bear.bwasn't Fort Head. Texas announce. : aDd children suited his plans were, ducfOC' a
i the adoption of a- auztuer.Marearet !
good al that tnae. and
mother. Mrs C E. Fr.nas.1O Sock Hop (J-jrirv January
be got down to 13S pouods Tbe Amanda ban July Tern last
ooc2Xiry week Al the February meetingthe
10 % 50 % doctor told am be was work 17 Maternal grandparentsare noted Mss[ Soodra
They also members will prepare a
Mr and Mrs Charles
(EIIIE ECLL: (E food too on hard the: ta tie to teahis keep Dickies of: Starke and Moms< in Ashland City. Term spaghetti supper for I heir program

fanuly and that be shouldmove" paternal grandmother is Mrs
Custom Cutting & Wrapping Of OFFThe to a. higher dryer cb- asa Mimae Murray; of St Peters- Mrs Sheibe with Gene Mr( 4.ndIn.spent: tbeholidays Following were nix program served: refreshments b>

mate. Brad Locke and family in the sponsors Mrs Henry Grriin -
Your Beef or Pork So the Pnrgies pulled up Bradenton. and Mrs F W sndll.andPIOnal :
stakes and beaded for Central BRIDGE
Pork Curing Service Magic Needle Florida where' they settled OB DVPL1CATE CLUB RESULTS Mr and Mrs M C Wells
a spot between three lakes Dr and Mrs. An Watana Y'ISItedlr and Mrs Charles< :
Pork Sausage For Sale '1517 f BessentRoad near Autxfadaie.! and( both d were the w-uuacg couple at Parker m :Miami Christmas .
them work the
went to in week.
Duplicate Bridge Tuesday
S X" Mr oa Stan.
citrus industry Mr. PnagSe
Starke Florida rigst Rhea Jonnsoo and Lora
Sour Ene Of Har-vxx ri :3>scou-t. House started as a. canyon laborer Francs were second-: There Mr and Mrs David Chnstc Johnny Hobte. Jr was un
ae",4- tf 964-6300 964-5149 tearnng the industry" "from was a three way tie for third ber and daughters of Hay- the Dean's List at the t'm\er-
the grove up. and. finally place Mr and Mrs Curtis cross. Ga spent the weekend' sity of Florida for the winter
became a supervisor of general Sanders Jeff Wrecshall and with Mr and Mrs Charles quarterMr
plant work for tbe Bib Minou Vlainvngfct and Dr D\r.JI.It1S
Ccrcratioll d Lakeland He and Mrs. James MinesuLger and Mrs Jimmy :Newman
remained WIth this firm for IS Mr and Mrs John Pare of and family of Potnpann
'Sc years.la Orlando and M[r and Mrs Beach. :Mr and Mrs B J
15">a. nearing retirement Mrs OU Mae Sapp returnedlast J.M High and family of JacksonvtUe Mills of Lexington Park. Md
age the P-icgbes got a. haakencg Friday after undergoing were guests during and ;Mr! and :Mrs Otbs Morgan -
f return to the area surgery December X m Ala- last week of their parents. Mr of Ruskin were holiday
where< they: were born and cfaua General Hospital. and Mrs. J.M. Edwards, Sr visitors of :Mr and Mrs. Roy

s C L T Clamors.Mrs. ,

oQ : CA. Knight returned
S Friday from two weeks trip to

Short On Cash? :MexicoMr<
: and Mrs. T.H. Slade
,j were. weekend. guests of Mr
-.ndln Charles Sawyer m
Y SEE THE GOODSELECTIOM Jackson the w here the Slides$
celebrated their 41st wedding
< S'
)) : anniversary and Mrs. Slack-1

OF USED birthday Joining the family
for dinner Saturday night
J were. Mr and Mrs. SI.. t.. Jr..
< c HOMES PRICED TO SELL Jack. Jeff and Shad Slide i>f
;' 0 Or.ngeP..rk. Mr. and :Mr*.
;M W O'Brian. and. family.
AT Slade. Jim and Patrick ;of.
Miami and Mr and !Mrs JulinUhelchel
'I and children! Joan.
Jay and Mathew of S.inloiil"

v OLIN'S MOBILE Mr and Mrs. Dazed Montgomery

and family spoilt 1 In-
SLIPS past two weeks al tin-ir .11111'
J HOMES on the Suwannre Riser with
. relatives from TVx.is. liuii.in.i,
and South Klondi

Mr. and Mrs. John Rabbitt
of Lake City were Sunday
See Mark Olin Today
r guests of Mrs. Dave Paulk.

He Will Trade For Anything Mr.Mrs.and S.L.Mrs.Peek.Roy Sr.Ward visited and

family in Lake City last Tuesday -
BAGS to Friday
Steve Crawford and Donnie
Thomas visited Mrs. Sue

SHIRTS To a BILLY GOAT Thomas days. in Miami the past ten

Fiiiii f/I/ Mr. and Mrs. R.M. McRae

PANTS were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
F.H.R. Bill Powell in St. Augustineover
Financing the long weekend.

SWEATERS Miss Sandra Huafins and

Rvailable Oter Crosby lof Gainesville
were New Years Day guests of
Mr.and Mrs.George Muggins.

Olin's Mobile Home Mr., and Mrs. J.G. Jacksonand

visited Mr. fnd Mrs. Don Ray
Hwy 100 Starke. Fla. 964.5606 TUley in Hollywood last Wed-
nesday to Sunday.Pa .


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8. 1978! TKI.KfiltAIMI.: : 1'111:1:


City Zoners Grand Jury Indicts FSP Inmate 1

Lack BusinessThe

5rpX BoaVd A brand new Bradford dictment in the case of Shirley .Luvenia Tyson Belly Ann
Starke Zoning met A County Grand Jury, empanelled Ann Moore after hearing Griffis, Leroy (G. Norman,
pwkj on Monday Jan. 5, at Itsregular the Leslie l> l Herbert Lee
; ; nv 1 Yi Jt lr Ri 1 r'Y/ December 30( by testimony presented by Jr l'sue.
monthly meeting at County Judge Elzie Sanders to state in the stabbing death of Williams Columbus Small
City Hall with no business serve during the Fall Term of Joseph Florence in Keno last and John I D) Samons.

presented at the eight-minute t Circuit Court, returned on the Oct. 25. Florence died of a Those selected to the grand-

v meeting. AI asked same day, a first degree single stab wound. jury from Law ley include
Chairman Crosby Y 1 murder indictment against an Demps is currently serving Evelyn; M. (Griffis Mary C.
Mayor-Commissioner inmate of Florida State Prison 30-years for a variety of Button, Linda Diane
Schaeffer and Commissioner near Kaiford. crimes, including! one count of Williams, Sherrill ";von
Harold Epps if they could get Paul Ulysses Demps was voluntary manslaughter, two Austin and Kel.i 1)I Sapp.
a cabinet or some space in 4r1 indicted by the jury for the counts of assault and batteryof Other jury selections! in-
City Hall to keep minutes and hands armed clude C'arlrne Eunice;
murder of Leonard Whitehead robbery, Huby
other papers as they will have at the prison last Oct. 15. attempted escape and kj'r many items during the for Whitehead died of wounds possession of contraband. lie Frank D. Gillmore. I\lclrose.

thcoming planning sessions. received by a cutting and was convicted of these .r
in r Schaeffer and Epps indicated subbing. charges in South Carolina, but

Y++ 1 A I the possibility they would of providing look into the T1h Tj T- The jury returned no inIIOMEMAKEU under is serving an interstate time in agreement Florida 6 UF GrudoiUer'ei'c :

A Y / zoning and planning boards I allowing him to do so. DegreesSix !
with a cabinet to store : CLIENT Robert E. Edmondson

materials in. PMI CIIIUSTMAS PARTY Starke was selected as area students were
In addition to Crosby Don CUBB Economic Agency's foreman and Elsie Ha/en, awarded degrees( in Dec 13

r. Wainwright and Joyce Riherd Homemaker Service Program Starke as Vice-foreman in the commencement ceremonies
were the members of the hosted a Christmas Party for current grand jury at the University of Florida.

board present at the meeting.e clients in Bradford and Union Other members of the jury By home town they are:
v Carl Haile and counties on Friday afternoon from Starke include Olle Starke: LaVon Annette
tkf Capps are the other membersof December 19, at the Neigh- Collins, bachelor's degree( in
1. rat'; d the zoning board. borhood Service Center in music education; Doyle
? hr lM Lake Butler. !'Jt.lh'Uy( J.Griff DeWitt Crews Jr bachelor of

vt Thirty clients of the service !Ser\i Inlt In Korea arts; Robert Moore) ) Edwards; ,

1, r Singers, Musicians attended the party. Transpor- KUNSAN, Republic of bachelor of science in t the
IOklahoma tation was provided where Korea-Air Force Sergeant College( of Arts and Sciences
Needed To Perform f needed by the Homemaker Betty J. Griffis, daughter of Linda Dunne I Ilc'gw.Mid.I ) ) master's -
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis W.
staff The
guests enjoyed degree in rehabilitation
Linda Jones And Mike Crews For Christmas carols and refreshments Griffis. Rt. 1, Starke, Jo ld., has counseling from the College( of
Wagon Train of sandwiches, punch, arrived for duty at Kunsan Health Related Services.

Repeat Vows In Clearwater cake and coffee. Gifts, which AB. Republic of Korea. Lake !ISullcr: Sidney
Area !talent is still needed to A SelloutMarian
Opening were donated by various Sergeant Griffis a Duncan West Jr., doctor nl;
perform at the encampmentof church and civic groups in tele communications educat ion.r.ham.
Miss Linda Lee Jones marriage by her father wore the state's Bicentennial Douglas and Grover Howard play the lead roles In Bradford and Union counties, operations specialist with a ; : Alan E. 1\1)1'I'S,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. a candlelight organza gown Wagon Train which will pass the musical Oklahoma which opens this Friday night'at/ the were distributed by a jovial unit of the Air Force Communications bachelor of arts in education.UF .
Everett Jones and Mikel over taffeta and carried a through Bradford County Little Theatre in the Woman's Club. A buffet dinner "will be Santa Claus portrayed by :Mr Service, awarded 1,3-10 degrees
Dennis Crews son of Mr. and bouquet of white roses pink February 12 and camp for the served before the play from C to 7:15 p.m. Curtains rise at Joe Kerrigan.Mrs. previously served at Carswell to fall quarter graduates.

Mrs. H.C. Crews all of Clearwater carnations and baby's breath. night at Graham. 7:,!.>.Opening/ night of the play is already sold out but several Peggy Barnett, Pro- AFB, Tex.
were united in Cindy Jones attended her Anyone interested in performing tickets remain for next! Friday and Saturday performancesin gram Director, expressed sin The sergeant a 1970 ----
marriage recently at the Lightof sister as maid of honor. Carol is asked to phone 964- the ISO-seat theatre. Tickets may be purchased at $6 cere appreciation to all "who graduate of Bradford High Efficiency is intelligentlaziness.
Christ Catholic Church in Hasner was bridesmaid and 6305 to make arrangements to aj>>lece"rrom Woman's Club President Pat Spengler or at the helped to make the event a School attended Santa Fe .
Clearwater Joy Crews sister of the groom audition. An audition is set at door when seats are available. success. Community College. Arnold H. Glasow
Kev. Timothy Allman officiated was junior bridesmaid. 7:30: p.m. Jan. 22 at one of the

at the double-ring ceremony Joseph Thomas was best local elementary schools to be .-
man for his nephew. Ushers announced later.Especially Lnwtey School Council Meets
The groom's parents are were Rick Crews brother of ., needed is old) :
former residents of Bradford the and Scott Hamil time music sucn as providedby !Mrs.
groom Jim Duncan Lawtey Ele- Sylvester Bright Mrs.
County. The groom is the ton. a musical saw or mandolin. WINTER C A
mentary principal explainedthe Wilbert Jenkins, Mrs. Paul
o grandson of Mrs. C.R. Crewsof A reception followed the Performances should be purpose of the Title One Jenkins Mrs. Gail Crews, L E
Law ley. ceremony at the Holiday Inn around the BiCentennialtheme. School Advisory Council at a Mrs. James Norman and CLOSE-OUT O M
The bride given in in Clearwater.Mr. recent meeting of the councilat Mrs. Charles Ross.
The Bradford County Bi-
the school
Centennial Committee is recently.
.. ." ...... responsible for providing an He told the council of their
hour of entertainment to role as community members Children are very adept at
go school helpers and program comprehending modern sta Now Going On At
( along with the encampment
I t! Mrs. Shields is chairman of observers. The parents were tistics. When they say,
; the activity.. given an orientation to the "Everyone else is allowedto
Title One and based
program were it is usually on
__ able to discuss materials and survey of one.
and Mrs. T.B. Harding, George Loper will return Men k friendship methods used in the programs -Paul Sweeney In The Van H. Priest Co. StoreAll
and Miss June
Sr. daughter today from Alachua General Mrs. Janet
around like a football, but it resource room. QuarterlyTilE
Harding Atlanta visited Mr. Hospital after undergoing sur- doesn't seem to crack. Gunning Mrs. Rocena Santa-
and Mrs. Harding Jr. and gery December 31. Women treat it like glass andit gini. Title One Teachers and
family in Odenton Md. the to Mrs. Helen Shuford. teacher's
goes pieces.
past three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Anne Morrow Undberg. aide, were on hand to also discuss COUNTY TELEGRAPH Ready-To-Wear
Lodeski will their
return to
Locked Rooms and Open program.
Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish home in Brook haven. Pa. Friday Those council members Published every Thursday
Doors (Harcourt Brace
at 138W.Call
had as recent guests Mr. and after two weeks visit with the meeting include Street
anovlch present
Jo\> )
i. Mrs. Conrad Heinold of Wilmington their son-in-law and daughter, Starke.Florida 32091

I f Dela. and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. George Loper REDUCED3to'2
Mrs. of Hurst Remember Second Class postage paidat
Gary Worthy Jr.

1 I Texas.Local admittances. to Brad- the Stan University Reddish has enrolled of South at t ARBOR DAYFriday Starke FloridaSubscription Rates: M

\ ford County Hospital the past Florida in Tampa where his Jan, 16 In trade area: '6.00 per
week were: Mrs. Clone New year: $3.50 six months
I man and Mrs. Dola Blanton junior.Mr.cousin. Greg Reddish is a Clean AirMachines Plant A Tree COME ON DOWN !

Hampton; Mrs. Selma Ellington. Outside trade area: f7.HO

Mrs. Gertrude McBride and Mrs. R.E. Welty per year: ll.oosix months \
Mrs. Marlene Strama Mrs. and returned
Sol- family Sunday I .
Verble Griffis. Wallace after spending the holidays in -'
ano, Freddie Klein and Homer Beach Cocoa Ss.sus So 19a S I I t
Townsend Starke; Miriam Beach Winter Haven and Packaged BareRootFRUIT 4. 128 S. Walnut St. 964-5289 -. -'..
Bennett and James Eunice I III' IHIinUPllN' AMI HKINI. II
Tampa with relatives. TO YOl'H' NEAKt .1 MAI H 'ItkIICJMt
.Lci\\tey. Ruggles Dodge, Key *.. HJHMiMIN' ( kM" I K
See Right'I
stone Heights.. Gal to date: "Remember [ NUT SHADE Bill Wilson
I'm a computer date and I ?i ?, "Ho Will Treat You $10.00 VALUE ?...

Mrs.John D. Hodge Sr. and don't want to be bent, folded I -. 0.. .e.. "w"a.120000.. at .nor.qt ... ....
1 1 i '0"" '_ .h of ,Ou' (t,o ce ,
Mrs. Lorraine Khule and or spindled. 'TREES FLOWERING .A. Jt". 0 '" .o .., '!biuu 28 rote I .
daughter Shannon of Palatka Hageman In Medical ._ :' .:,, : :..no.:' 2 Om'a; o : -,,:
40 "
were Sunday dinner guests of Economics 4 ''Y" nM0 0.....,' u:. on"
Miss Madge Middleton.Mrs. ... "
TREES & SHRUBS 1 ia. "i I'a"i i i i

L.N. Pickering WAREHOUSE' CLEARANCE A. .. a particular tt.re ma otdenan
returned last Friday from VINES1st ,. n.ueq/",.w1eh.nM .1 voehowi feint ono., .ub, |..
ihanqe without notice and tome product* nwaitabilittAward
seven weeks visit with friends hm".d. d.. .. ..anul."urer. a ,,nabln.. to qu.r.M.e' pro
and relatives in Fouke. Ark., L end Q.a.""., 3.1. role ......,. ]B. 1979I

Southwest Arkansas and Quality ..A
Louisiana Big Selection$289 I Winning
':: a1 &;]
Miss Jody Harper will Priced A .!;:
return to Westhampton By DRESDEN
,, r-
of Rich ,1)n *
College, University .sr
mond Richmond Va. this ;: Ideal '

"weekend after spending the .t 4 ,
holidays with her parents "3IEDMIx 1 V.
4.' .l' t a a $
Rev. and Mrs. George Harper Complete Planting Medium. \ 071L t 3y

PFC Richard Solze Jr. of Bed Mix Contains Organics Bon\<

Meridian. Miss was home for Meal Cow Manure & Vital Elements
the holidays and has gone to I
Jacksonville NAS for further

duty. by Jim LawsonTHE 25 Lb. Bag . $398

i Mrs Tommy Johns and OLDEST
daughter, Leslie of Mac- MUSIC? ORTHO UP-START
Just about anybody can .
clenny spent Saturday night yl7rXCCt
; r n'
with Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Ritch. make music. especially 03 m.
when they are happy. Stimulates Earlier And StrongerRoot OefNp
*r f
Mrs. Gladys Weldon and Music is something that Is KSl oi 't
taken for granted by many Development ,
,. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Weldon .
and family of Macclenny persons. Where did music Pint 02 So... .2

spent New Years Day with get its start music Who? Well originated Size $169 Gallon $698 Set e4c4i t97 2i:2Fft: Ce Cea
Mr. and Mrs. W.A. Weldon in
music Is known to be .t. ,Colors; The romance and .icitemtnt .* Spam ... captured tit Ih.irtendieme
Bushnell. / near whtl f'atu<'. rtchly"' embatted melJoohvmy
old and
least 4,000
Gold and Iwttfeut de k aeb earn fmith an wise trim
can be traced back to the Ve. can buy .... awptrf complete, ., yewr lo.al.dI.L '*
W.B McKinney' underwent Chinese people. These Name Fwrnithine Center r N
surgery Tuesday in RiversideHospital. Chinese to have
been well versed In all the S.I. 03NS Sln.f .PRlClibl'. 3 ICT t3.)! Sofa lav. Star
arts. l.r. SB Mf lauara C.ww.d. Tobl'* Char Ottoman3PIECI r.
.,.bn.raCA071fO7CC f 99 1! ]A01 {7v 1! er 3.991
E2 Tommy Reddish left Chinese music had used no Black Kow A':s':, o.3," uo99s N..eaen aeon C.fflmod*Tabl uoa CROUP INCLUDES $399.00
half" tones and was
the USS .elan ,o ] 9 T 07nI ova Sofa Chair Swivel Rock.. ",v'oS'' .'"
Tuesday on primarily in public and private an 110A t']:N :ri.a.w.w. 0711)) tvNOECORAiOR .
seven months sea duty in ceremonies especially And Trees MANURESterilized ACCENT PIECES -;> p eAOADeACK
the Mediterrean area In the courts of the I LADDER BACK TV RECLINED
old T
& Weed Free M ''I S7CNAIA Reinforced vinyl cover
Bells drums, '
emperors. t 3 foam cw H> rt teal
Mr. and Mrs. M.W. O'Brian and oboes were Stock Dwebl..heeh.d Ao loble>n Brown, Olrr..
and family of Miami were especially harps popular and 50 Lb. Bag CM49Reg. sa500 .YA ...awnlrn.hed m I. ueaa Gold 95

Monday luncheon guests of used a great deal I by the Less '2" Jt I "am. SAVI$4s
1)s rNls nIM SAVE f2O7
Mrs. T.H. Slade. _
Mr. and early Chinese musicians r nowt rou n A..eLr .
Chinese music apparentlywas Than 4NIMIlI II I a16PdP 8993 ,

Mrs. Carl Mathews has the forerunner of all Price Florida rO.ASfU .A ..,vl..3D 11 .
returned after two weeks In
music as we know It today.
Alachua General Hospital Music Is pleasant and so Priced PEAT
where she underwent S'Tgery.' is the service provided by 49

our personnel. Allow us to From s' Bushel Bag
Mr. and Mrs. Jack McComb serve your needs. Come intoday _.I11 I I
visited Mr. and Mrs. John +
and "sample" the $ -25
UNIT A 3 CMI.Ik.N Ml 1001 I. UNIT ft 2 $5995
Greer and family In Braden- service. Our primary J7.t$ rod$4995 tfcow II! rawr I.-wm $33 00 FOR J JShc
ton and Mrs. Flora Holder In objective is satisfied cus ... 1 -< IV 11 tfUiw.nmbM A>r .9. t* rear wi |wv f end SAYS N OS ]7.C
I) ,14 ) N H3adcoc&<
and relatives during
Inverness tomers. GARDEN
the holidays.Mr. Wkeze Value and Service o Wand-in-Wand./ J,

spent. Christmas and Mrs. W.W.week Hood with hot. 539 East Call St- I ?#* DELIVERY ?*<* SERVICE ?Tee LAY-AWAY j jf

Mr. and Mrs. Hood Jr. and ITARRIIORIDA S a.rRM a P11.964.5745Complete
family in Wilmington Dela. Professional Pcs Control Sarvlces
,J .

1 t

'l.January \

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"a I' I TKI.K:(>lt\PII Janujr.vH.mTB'

Union Building Inspector Charges New Hardy Co.Lawyer. :

Recommendations Not Followed

I.AKK: BUTLER The Union ing. board were appointed by of the Guaranty Federal Loan the board a vote of confidence Slarke attorney I Dudley PHardv'was
County Commission after aIf the county commission about building which opened last stated that six months was too appointed by, the
null) discussion gave the MX months ago to try to regulate month as an example of his short a time to give the board Bradford County Commission
building. trades commission a the building business in problems with the building a chance to work out its Monday afternoon lo fill, the
Mite of cord idence in the that county bOd rd. He said that the electrical problems, of cotfcty attorney
monthly meeting held here on Wilson prefaced his portion of that building The licensing board Includes vacated by Eugene, Shaw.
Tuesday.' Jan 6, after the remarks: "I'm not mad with did not come under the codes Pernmi, C.L. Clyatt. Shaw announced his
hmklmg. inspector accused thelicensing nobody." adopted by the commission. Melanie Clyatt Garnett resignation Irorn the- post at
\ board of making bad He then gave an outline to But the building board voted Dukes, hands Howard, Monday's meeting. citing. an
decisions in awarding permits I he commission of some of the lo override his objection and Kandy Griffis, and F.L. increased workload in private
meetings that he had with the granted the loan institution a Mettenzwl. Commissioner one consideration
:Samilson.. I'nion' County building commission, permit after an inspection. lierald Griffis has been serving practice leaving the job, He stressed
building pt'ctor. appeared A number of times since the Wilson indicated there were as the county commission in that he would continue his law
U'fore the commissioners to board was appointed by the a number of other cases where representative on the board, in Uradlord ('ounty.ellthoullh .
intercede commission Wilson the board overrode him, He Howard submitted his resignation practice
i' |iitst t that they in county he is now a resident
.111 apparent growing dis.iiii said "that board has chosen to cited the recently opened restaurant from the licensing ,
,1 eminent between he and the override me and grant a permit owned by Dick Per- board and the county commission of Shaw Clay had been (legal repitsentalive .
building. board ." nini that has a door opening on accepted it at the meeting of the ciiunly lor
Hnihitson and the build He cited the recent building the sidewalk which he said since l'M'! r. taking
: was a clearcut violation of the They indicated they would eight Yt''I'S >> < ,
from \1'lfill.7U
I City Signs;; I n-nnn PJK( n--------__: building codes. Pernmi is not make an appointment to two-year 1IlI'dv"S bieak nominated 1 lor
chairman of the building replace Howard until they
l the newlv I '
position by
,- j have the money to raise anyone !Mechanics (Class 2)) $183.20, board! and is a contractor in received a recommendation elected vice-chairman of the
even fi\e cents," Mechanic foreman 10 per cent the Union County area. From the licensing board, ,
Members Inducted board, K,W. Hodges The HIM
National Honor
A few minutes later, Jackson above mechanic, (Class 1)) After the vote of confidence The problem between \\il- Society inmous \'utelleiS fallen! l>\'
announced he would like First six months $144,80.; was given; the building board, on and the licensing board is :MeinheiHof, the Bradford High School chapter of the National Honor Society inducted !)t'C. 'I ; Hobl'rtsI ho was''
his vote !to es vote second six months $132.00, Wilson said "Why don't you ?xpetted to come to a head ati Kolint Pierce, Kuhin Milnrruiul George
lo i lunge! a > iiu'Imle. II.rl.) front row: Johll "IROII". : (.rpl"lI. Neva Flynn l.ynn elected chairman ot the
tor approval of the contract, Journeyman Lineman, fire me' 1 don't see any need meeting of the licensing! James Livingston. Commission. Jl I Hu
1 k-was given permission to do $176.oo, Lineman foreman, 10 for an inspector, x>ard scheduled to be held standing(: Lisa Kkerd.: Mimi Scott, l.ucy Bradley Lisa Mitchell. Kobin Hood. Margaret County ,
this, ha 32'ote of the per cent above journeymen. The commission advised Thursday. Jan, 8. at 6 p m. in smith. Susan, Klalock, Beth Davis. Kuth lla/cn. Susan Edwards, Pain Tucker, Kllcn: (..eoigeuml ( mectingKxisting: department heads
cnunt'Epp\ : ,.. Jackson and Linemen, April 1. 1976, Wilson that it is up to the licensing I room 101 at the Onion County Nancy Ilildrelh, l'edppUlntl'dll11l1t.l: \
Vt.irren lor; and Silcox and $183.20. board to decide whether I(/ourt House here. were ion
dui'ing the rL<.rgdlllf..It pio-
Si ha el I er agaiast or not he would be ceduies, Thev .ne Jeirv
The controversial Article Apprenticesfirst: six retained as building inspector Dampier Hearing all"I\ ,-,----------------------------- Thompson, c-ivil dclens'c-! .
Mil i Wages and Job Classifications j. months $14480, second six and that the county commission l.eon Kllingloii.: "lo.idloreman.
i as, renegotiated andilppro'l'd months $152.00, would not act until they pier's -- erupted and his role in it tatmg( on his bi-annual director lleiheil :Nurm.in,
that he more than paid for this possession
It estimated that the recommendation from evaluation last October
Tuesday night, was got( a ,
provides Under Klonda
statute the
would cost the boardCommissioner in the past few months" The motion as presented by custodian.: L.M Games; /oning -
weekly salaries as wage increases the licensing Parrish and Gaskms expressed Hall was suggested by Delm.pier's superintendent is required to director ami .latk 'lia
I lollops city only $1,768 more during Paul Riherd initiate such Register/ added lhat he
Sehg Golden, proceedings, wick, lonliol
feelings that Delm.pier's IIW"Clultl|
(Operators' < Class 2)) $161 00.; the six month period from who made the motion to give closing which\ he did with the legal would recommend that the .
in arguments
(II lass 1 > I lirst t six months, April to October, The contract effectiveness as a during the judicial proceeding Tuesday assistance from Tallahassee teacher be fired if charges( director Commissioner Dave
second months Mill be renegotiated at that teacher would be impaired by against/ him were judged( to be
$14-1 t Rti(J six lime UC Commission. the publicity gathered by the lawver, Thomas W, Lager, true. Shuford was appointed toad
$1 2.uu. mistake. "This is not a case where a "Theteacherwas in error in chairman lor I the upiommgear.
(tr'iom Page I) "The board would be teacher has stolen property or assuming the property A oung boy tried to sell I the >' Kalph Kryan lor mosquitocontrol -
regional; basis. There will be derelict of its duties to put Mr, money for profit, At worse, it belonged to him If he didn't engine to local businessman, dl\ll": \\ llcxlges(
CRABTREE BUILDERS no cost to Union County, \Dampier back into the class was an honest mistake of the know for sure and removed who noted Vo-Tcch school inspection station. cli.nrman
Jerry Wilson, director of the room with children at such anage. facts as Mr. Dampier saw the property anyway. 1 markings on the box and Other chairmen will be ap' '
ARE YOU THINKING OF BUILDING A HOME? I'nion C'ounty Rescue Service ." Gaskms said adding them" Golden said, asking believe it would lower his called the school, according to punted and announced at a
reported that last month the that a gasoline engine has probably the board to temper justice teaching effectiveness." said Bradford Sheriff's Deputy later dale, according, lo
Give Us A Chance To Bid service handled 52-rescue been purchase in the with mercy Middle School Principal Glen !Moore, county( clerk Gib Brown
calls with a billing amounting past few years for mechanics Superintendent Richard Lennard Register when interviewed
10 $2. 7i: with Nov, collections classes which could have been Jockel was first called to Register gave Dampier Registration Books Close Jan. 24
Ourselves To Save You
We Do The Money
$ Tin* commission ratified I
apiopiisal ....__...._....
the ....... "- For Presidential
Otis Crabtree Larry Henry lor rescue service 11"f 1 Primary
to receive $4,700! matching I
964-8037 48510644m grant/ I rom the slate for a Kegistration books will n.mll'sI c're removed Irom
coul1ly- Idl' communications I Ranch close at 5 p m Saturda>. Jan the rolls, Cards, were mailed
1 81 29 Gator I .
system. I t Supply 24. for persons w ishmg to vote out on October 17 to persons
i P in the presidential who had not voted in the last
Preferential Primary on two x-lections and the)> were

L. .. U.S. 301 S. 964-8799 March 9. according to !Mrs, given( :.Mi days to return cards,
Jeneva Kljnn, Supervisor of t efore being purged 4M!
elections, cards were .'l'turnl'dIrs.! .
GOOD SELECTION The March 4 date will have Ivnn; said and the numes of
we couldsellyou this OF MEN'S added significance in Brad- 4im not returning them were
lord County since a i I''mo\'l'd. These persons must
referendum ill be held at the now appear m person at !Mrs
SHIRTS 1Q % OFF same time on the question of KKtin's office I if they wish
an elective or appointive their names restored( to the
Superintendent of Public J legistration list
Instruction in Itradlord The supervisor. said that
LADIES I County nianv of these are now coming

on Beauty and Wue alone 10 % piefeienlial Both parties primaries will on hold this lestoied.in to have their and names new

WEAR dale with a separate. ballot legislations liave also "been
butweworit. because OFF lor Democrats and brisk. enough/ to) keep her office
.. Hepublicdns. bus.v during the holidays,
MENS !Mrs\ "Klvnn said that when
\\e\vant MENS LEISURE i"l'l/lstrdllnbookscloseonthl'/ ( Canon Suit.; .
.24th. it will affect only the
COATS eg, $3800 March 9 election. Persons i Horn Page, I II)

youtoknowwhatyouare 1 001 SUITS '4500 m"ycontlnueloregislerelfter Pain Thomas. Hessie Griffis
0 the .24th. but their cards will and \Donald Dukes, charges
not be added to the regular issued
that I ason a memorandum
1 Table Selected Boy 8 Girls WHILE legislation/ I lie until after school
OFF to all personnel
SLACKS THEYI.lrch: !4 lollowing. the board decision
$ LAST Mrs, Flynn said thai to change the working hours
Whilt They Last VARIOUS STYLES w legistration has been brisk lefusing to allow teachers to
alter the purging of the books leave early
nn November 17 whn 40U4pf The suit further states that.

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Tornado Cagers Go 53-42 By St. Augustine I

The '1'he game was moveu W 01.:: in this quarter with four points Baker and Wayne Berry Willie Berry plus i\fnn>
ST. AUGUSTINE Augustine on Monday, Jan. 5, each. added four points each while Hampton had eight points
I Bradford High and Philip each.
after school board Architect Jamie Dooley
(lefeated the St. Augustine Craig Salley of Gainesville contest and had a 25.18 hait- Twine led the Yellow Jackets Ux>ley was the big gun( for
,,+ i I fellow Jackets 53-42 in a bas Baker with six points and St. Augustine with 12 points
t 1 I refused to accept the BHS time lead The three quarter
I letball on
game fourthvin gymnasium floor that was re- score had BitS in front 3U-34.\ Alfred Ross with four sparked
.'Ian. 6, here for their
Tornadoes in the third
finished over the Christmas Milton Baker and Willis the
"The defense\ once again
,. of the season as cage New Years holidays. Berry led the Tornadoes to its chapter. Keith Anderson had in was. the key lo our victory
The Tornadoes moved to a margin by six points for St. Augustine; "
.iction resumed after the first quarter over St. Augustine( BitS
13.8 first in i t thePerry this phase of the game
quarterlead getting four points apiece said.
4:Christmas: holidays. Kenny Hampton with four Coach! Mike Sexton

out of six from the charity line

moved the Tornadoes in front SCORE QUARTERS
11 Seniors GraduatingFrom for good while Julius Robinson BUS 13 I IV I.' 14 ']

with four points spurred the SI Auguttmi H 10 16 1.2.MS ...

yid f Yellow Jackets in the final : Baker 4 It,tflnyno Hi>rry i 1 S,
11 8, MoOdy I 0
quarter. ROM I I > Willie Berry
Baker's 18 points were high I Hampton 748. Alcloduc 2 0.. Unuhl, ,
: 1975 BHS Eleven"We for the Tornadoes. He was the 000. AuauMine Best 000: Dooley rolalk 70 7 13 I 12.USt L von* .

only Tornado performer in 0 4.Twne 726. Anderson J 0 6.Andrew
Bryan 190 pound "He improved wun every double figures. Wayne and 1 0 4 RoDinfton 116 t Totals' 18 6 42
are never pleased ," Hurse said.
senior offensive guard playedhis game
them all,
when you don't win ill Bright had an
for Emm .
first and only season
Sam Jackson ((20 of UHS patiently waits for the ball to come to him In the game with Bradford High Head Football BUS after transferring from outstanding year as defensive .- .JI

Wllli ton at Lake Butler on Tuesday night, Jan. 6. Billy Butler (5111> and Carl James ((20) or the Coach David Hurse indicatedin Keystone Heights did an monster.back.

KM! l>e*Us tries to figure a way to get the ball before it gets to Jackson.!! summing up the 1975 admirable job at weakside "Bright helped to make" our DeWitt C. Jones

season. rebuild most of guard of offense He played secondary very tough, Hurse
"We had to said. Emmitt is one of the
the team as we had only one linebacker at Keystone athletes at
most dependable
65-33 and two Heights. Funeral Home
UC Tigers Romp in the backfieldreturning Richard Lashley, a speedy 'BHS.
starters The lone senior flanker back, will be Willie Perry did an outstanding
for 1975. end.
missed as he has the ability to job at defensive I
was 964.6200RENTAL
lineman starter returning of STARKE PHONE
catch the ball in heavy traffic When an injury forced one
Williston Red Devils Bradford High's fine middle and did an outstanding job the BUS defensive ends out of
By guard Scott Pooser. Starting until he suffered a knee-injury action Willie took over and HOSP"" '>1.. BEDS. WALKERS;: WHEELCHAIRS

backs returning to the 1975 in the Macclenny game that played very well. He did not fk CRUTCHES
Tornado eleven were quart play football in 1974."Willie's .
LAKE: BUTLER In its top terback Jimmy Prevatt and required Glen "Beaver"surgery.Desue had a quickness despitehis KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 4733176If

performance of the basketball ..;! running back Beaver DeSue: fine for the Tornadoes as size,enabled him to get the
the Union "The coaching staff didone, year said.
!;season High Tigers tailback. job dane Hurse
easily defeated the Williston nf the better inha since f havebeen a of his
"tie took advantage
lied Devils I 65.33 here Tuesday the head coach at BHS: his

Jan. 6. Hurse said defensive, referring line coach to size natural," Hurse ability said.despite Desue NOW IS THE TIME TO :;;--
Using an all-court press the veteran
rushed for over sou-yards in
Tigers completely befuddledthe Mike Sexton, young varsity the with :Macclenny t7
Hem< 1 Devils from start tl) line Coach Roger Chilson, and Curtis game Crawford camethrough PLANT

finish. They jumped off toa 9-0 s defensive secondary coach at linebacker when

lead 1 as Uoyne Perry took theopening Denny Hansen. BIIS needed him the most and
tip dnd scored an easy "Our inability to move the consistant !
ended a
I Ikiskel and in fact they were ball on offense put a lot of up according to EEDsEDrGET
never behind. pressure on the defensive, Hurse.performer .

Score.liter the opening team. Most of the time the Paul Jenkins did not play

chapter was 17.4 in favor of defense had to stay on the field football in 1974 but came on

the Tigers. Coach Jimmy a longer than the offensiveunit !strong as a linebacker and
Thomas then started working The Tornadoes finished the was an asset to the defense asa YOURTOMATOES
some of the second team into consistent performer.

the contest and the score was season four losses.with seven They wins won and the Scott Pooser is one of the PEPPERS EGG PLANTS
:m-M! ; at t the halfway mark. The district 3AAA championshipIosingloTarponSpringsin finest down lineman ever to -

three quarter score was 5019. the perform for BUS in the last 20

Sophomore Boyzie: Perry state playoffs 6.0.However sears, according to Hurse. He SEED POTATOES
put on a dazzling shooting performance as the year led the team in tackles the last &

especially in the the offensive line two years at the middle guard
first half, as he got 18 of his 21 Hf/i progressed

points during the first quarter matured with a noticeable to the position"Pooser made many big "X

and ter. part of the second chap __ very improvement end, according right up to Hurse. defensive plays" Hurse said. & K FEED STORE

Jerome Reddish developed
(Eleven seniors are
Ralph Williams was also in back
the 1975 inlo a line defensive
from ;
p 1? graduating 964-8411
double figures for the Tigers Tornado eleven. Tommy having ability to roam as free 511 EDWARDS RD.
with 16 nine of them in
at given
Edwards, senior offensive safely any
the third quarter.SCORE
e k tackle, had a fine year and -

BY QUARTERSUHS hopefully will sign a football
I' I' U 'U 65! Paul White ((13)) of I'HS leaps high in the air to take a shot scholarship shortly after the.
WUnion 4 7 S 14 JJ: against Williston with Gf'rryhite (151) also of hug: poisedfor holidays are over.

306. Perry 10''131Jormt306 the rebound along Ith the Red Devils! Tyrone Robinson He was honored last week

VHS: Holme.. Filer, 0... Wd1em 73 IIMc&'H ((52); anil Carl Militants Iii II). by being selected to the-
306.Lovelace. I 1 4 6 Total' n nWilntton Central-Florida First team by

es Miller, 10.:. Will.ami Jamui 4710.J J 0. BmtlM Robinwn, 10'tj
unit Janet 2 I S To.al6" S 3] t; a row.) Edwards wasan all:': ..
state selection as a junior He ihp l ; V1 ..
is expected to sign a college l/1liU I i"
Williston had only one man By Tough Red DevilsLAKE football scholarship in' the>If
in double figures Carl James near future Coach Hurse

w ilh 111 points, eight of them in savd. 1"

the final' period : HUTLEK The Union Mrmones had 1H points t ta Wayne Scott, another ,.
Thomas! was pleased by the JV from lead the Tigers to their second tackle, although not having
performance of the Tigers(\ Intheir behind County Tigers the final came to win of the season against fivlosses much experience did a fine job

I first post-Christmas Jefe.'t in the Williston quarter Ked Itaymond Webb WdS on the weakside of the
liolii.is( action. also 'in double figures with II defensive line. Scott was a
Devils JV 56.50 in an exciting
"Our pressure defense markers. senior who had never started
basketball here on
caused numerous turnovers," game until 1975 but matured under :
Tuesday night Jan 6.
Thomas said Simmons had 23 points to be< Coach Sexton. .l.'J

Perry Williams Gerry the only man in double figure;) "Wayne is a very unselfish'football :
\\ hill' Alfred Holme's and Iho 1 I tigers started out as for \\I lIston. The Ked I Devil: player," Hurse said. '; : Call Street was named for Richard
Sam Jackson started the ballgame though they u ere going to win h.lveon one game and los j .
and played the first easily, grabbing a 17-7 first the season. St. Augustine Goes
fIve on territorial
Keith Call Governor of Florida
quarter and. a short while in quarter margin At the half ,
the second quarter and all of the score was 26-21 with the 60-38

(he third quarterThe Ked Devils taking a 37.36 lead SCORE QUARTERS ,. 1 1836.1839 and18411844.! A native of
second team consisting into the final stanza. VHS 17' 10 70 5Willilton By Baby Reds
Johns, Walter Filer 7 14 16 I) so
or Danny Virginia he was first brought to Florida by
McGill. Paul White and live
led twice
Tim Williston by UH1 Jackson 101. Sm.lh. 30 6. ST. AUGUSTINE The
David Lovelace played part of moved to 41-3f; 11 .,
points as they Holmes 304. Prlnqle 3 0 a Sirmonet
the second quarter and all of and 4.J-38: leads But tout 18 Stoutnmire I 01. Blount 408 Webl Bradford High junior varsity Andrew Jackson as an aide during the

the final period. Lovelace. straight field goals by the Sill lotall. Monroe 36456Willitlon. 237 Simmon, 10 3 defeated basketball by team the St.was Augustine easily".
Mctiill. and Johns got six Leandrew War of 1812.
Tigers, one by 73 Edwards 306. Wallace .08. Yellow Jackets 60-38 on Tuesday -
points apiece. Cringle, two by Steve Slrmont'S emendq 136 Total HIM Jan 6, here. .
IIl'rshellHaimes '
and one by The Yellow Jackets led all .
to t put them back in Junior the way. r Jackson urged him to remain and grow
front 46-43. .
3 Tough Jerome Wilson was high;

scorer for the Tornadoes with with the frontier land. This he did ,
Melvin Simmons hit on two BusketballOpens'Plny 11 points. Joe Bowen with 17 ,

Games Set baskets for the Red Devils to markers, the big gun for the entering politics and finally becoming
put them in the lead 4746. Sir- Yellow Jackets. ct; ?

mones then hit on driving I
lay-up with less than three .V Governor.
For UC FiveThe BHS'S'PlavsInMacclenny .
minutes to play in the game to x
put the Tigers in front for The Junior Boys Basketbal Jp1UTlOy6/
Union County Tigers goal League cf the Starke Kcerea Q '6
take a two game winning tion Department opened the <"
streak as they take on three regular season with. a doubleheader
Suwannee Conference foes on BHS WrestlersSet on Wednesday Jan. 7 And Live OakThe rnA

Friday night Jan. 9, at Hawthorne The teams in the league ""

Saturday night. Jan. For play "Biddy Basketball" rules Bradford High Tornadoes ; i i1J u j.n: W A- ,,
Chii'fland, and Tuesday Knights >
10 at with the goals lowered to a basketball team have > 61976
night Jan. 13, at New berry. height of eight and a half feet this week as ,
doubleheaders away games
All three games are This allows the youngsters to take. winning
The Tigers starting lost at 6:30'a: tough p.m. Th undefeated Bradford learn throwing to the shoot ball at instead the of- they streak to Macclenny on Fri That Guaranty Federal Has a Savings Plan To Fit Your Need. .
High Wrestling team will regulation day. Jan. 9. and travel to Live.
hard fought decision to Haw
its schedule with a 10 foot height in adult leak on Tuesday Jan. 13, with
ago thorne The 64-60 Hornets about were a ranked month dual meet with Ocala Vanguard baskMball.Members of the teams thisyear both doubleheaders starting You Can Earn Up To 8.06 % Annual Yield On
Jan. 8, in
on Thursday, at' 6:30
: p.m.
second in the state in double-A
Include: Lakers Kerry
and three
circles at the time but have Ocala. Fisher Sullivan. With four wins Of
Ricky Daryl A Certificate
The Tornadoes have won losses the recent victory over Deposit.
out of the top ten.
dropped Thornton, Hubert Berry Wil-
dual-meets prior which was a
four straight St Augustine
They have won only one game bert Sewell itobbie Godwin,
break and of the district
to the holiday possible preview
since they played the Tigers. John Kuhl, and coach Keith
in- the "Big tournamentnext
fourth basketball

ing This of will the year be the between first Chief-meet-the Sun"Weir.A finished. tournament at Lake Carter.Hawks include Bill Goodge, winning week record put them for the with. first a As Our Country Celebrates

and Chiefland.
Tigers land has won several games Weir home scheduled match for with Monday.Lake Johnson Eddie Thompson, Clifford Smith Chuck, time month since the. season starteda 200 Years of Freedom

and to give them a good ago.Macclenny
figure Kenny Griffis, Jeff Johnson
until lost close
,,an. 5, was postponed a
ball game. Monday. Jan. 26, because the Todd Denton Lionel Griffis, game last month to the sixth Federal Celebrates
Newberry nipped the Tigers and coach Donnie Thomas. Guaranty
BHS gym floor was not accepted ranked Fernandma Beach
51.50 three weeks ago in a Warriors include Edward c
school board Archi- improvedover
hard fought game that wasn'tdecided bi Winkler, Scott Allen, Todd Pirates and have .
until the final ville tect Craig after the Salley floor of was Gaines-re- Jackson, Jeff Ruise. Kenny last four year when they won 20 Years Of Service
only games
seconds. Another close ball McNeal, John Owens, Bill
finished during the holiday Live Oak also has had a
game is looked for in this con Chelune, Jimmy Sewell, and during
break. tough time winning

test.Coach Jimmy Thomas Men cigar to coach The Chub Celtics Johnson.include Kenny this season to continue and the the Tornadoes winning Guaranty G)
figures to start Alfred offering coworker Clark, Scott Hudson, Renme hope Gainesville:
Holmes. Boyzie Perry Gerry : "My eighth child. Lennon, Robert Gornto, and Milton 3300 S.W. Archer Road ..
and it Berry --
Williams and one puff pass Wayne
WhIte Ralph Kenneth Holmes Cary LaNoa"
Baker were recently voted to ( Federal
Sam Jackson. along. Bramble. Reggie Morris, and 220 N. Main/3501 W. University Ave.
team during -
Chon in' Farad the
Perry now has 147 points on Day coach Randall Davis. the holidays in Ocala Lawrence, Blvd. Way j.

average the season per with game an and 18.5 is w" here the Tornadoes captured Savings&Loan Association KeystoneStaikeh395 W. Madison St eetylvan I C___._ I
Irate telephone user: third place honors. They are
becoming one of the top "Operator. I want New expected to start along with Lake Butler 175 W. Main Street ----
guards in the area. He is a and don't bounce rIR Hampton Alfred Ross St. 5000
sophomore and was a starter! York, me Kenny bothtl1eWildcoi".nd \ 395 W. Madison 964-
J/' off any satellite. and Willie Berry against
o"''' I laii year on the Tiger team the Bulldogs.
-Fr.d N h r Btll-
the state
that went to
McClure/ Syndicate .

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I'.im-ll TH.K.K\FII: : January H, 1976

I ,. e! \" -" y'Y'l! : -- Well Permits Now Required

WHITE SPRINGS Officials minimum well construction area well drillers for over a ard The Suwannee River district submitted bv mail 01 inpel )
of the Suwannee River standards are met as a means year setting up a program to includes everything that 'son. The district's mailing(
Water Management District of protecting the potable administer the permits. flows into the buwannee address is I'.n. Uraver K,
White Springs. Florida ::1HHi.1I..tlqu..II'I.s (:!/ .
have announced they began water supply "The drillers are well informed River
t inssuing water well permitson Second, as there is certain ." says Woodard who Either the well contractor ate.. located on
January 1 within the 15counties to be increasing demand on heads the Suwannee River or his client may apply for the Bridge Street in White

4 v including Bradford the water resources of North Water Management District permit although both names Springs.
md Union, wholly or partially Central Florida, it is necessary with headquarters in White must appear on the application The lees, which must t accompany -
within their jurisdiction. for us to gather as much Springs. The 15 counties in the All well drillers licensedby the application, aie:
"There are two purposes for information as possible on the district are Columbia Dixie, the stale of Florida and $10 for.11 under h inches in
instituting a well permit location, extent and quality of Gilchrlst, Hamilton, Lafayette operating within the diameter $JO lor cells fI.W
system," according to H.J. our groundwater supply. Well Madison, Suwannee, iuwannee River water Management Inches and. $::11I for wells over

(Jack) Woodard. executive permitting is clearly the most Taylor, Union, and portions of District have been 10 inches.A ..
irrm.m liihimlr' Powell and Fire Chief Harold Glasgow look at the remains of the \\.F. director of the District: effective, least costly, way of Alachua. Baker, Bradford, briefed on application pro legal descnption) or map.
!'olllhh..llIIl1l1' on M"iilj\' Jan. 5. The house located on slt-16 at the east city limits at !'tark.as "..First to assure that doing so" Jefferson, Levy, and Putnam. cess, and have been given an should also be included.
Hulled hv twin fireslh.iI! broke out shortly after midnight and again at 5 ;Monday morning. Anyone contacting a well The five water management. opportunity to offer comments The district i.. grantedauthority
driller about a well now will districts in the state are an through a well drillers' advisory to issue permits) and
Man ArrestedFor find out he has to have collect fees to defrav costs bv
a permit effort to base district lines on board established by the
Fires Probed By Fire Marshal The water management water shed boundaries Instead district in early 1975. the Water. Resources Act .ol;.

Stealing district has been working with of politics, says \Vood- Hermit applications may be 1972

The I Slate FireIdrshdll's: Fire Chief Harold Glasgow 1II'l'stigdtlondS to look at
.Mice in Jacksonville was the circumstances surrounding Doll HouseA
Doctor On GeneralLAKE
Now At Union
tailed in In investigate! three Glasgow": called in the State the apparent twin-fires Duty
I no on :til indiy. Jan .j. with fo'ire :Marshall! bassist with an
:M S. Herring lives in Jersey Hawthorne man was
investigation of the fire
IMM It'slioved houses hl'lnl'"mpll'll'ly the! Edgar: Aid of that office in- Cil.v :New. Jersey and no one arrested Friday at his home BUTLER New "We don't want to burn $1,917 revenue for the send letters of introduction of

I Hit. other" m lire hla/es and spotted I he fire scene on :Monday apparently lived in the houseat for the theft of a miniature hours have been set for the bridges behind us. We just hospital During her first dayon the hospital's clinic to the
in which the at the t time of the fire. The house and released on $1,500 outpatient clinic at Union want to be able to move for the job, Dr. Shehata saw three doctors with offices at
ilwtllmn. was :saved 'h., the morning 11 a mOn approximately house was completely rt>recognizance bond. General Hospital now that the ward," said trustee Felton six patients The administrator King Memorial :Medical Center -
nl' liremc-n'
The siaike Fire destroyed by the fire. James Frank O'Steen, Jr". new doctor has assumed Smith in proposing the op ( ,also reported that in Lake Huller. Trusteeswere
Department I the first call we kept 31, was charged with grand duties, but a date for reopen- tions. $36,623.11 of tax money had given responsibility for
was called ,twice early I lie fire in I the Iron! part of theIwostory The Volunteer Fire Department larceny of the "doll house" ing full hospital facilities Dr. and Mrs. Nester M. been received and was on renting! Ihe office apace. by the
Monday morning( In theK; frame dwelling,.:. but was assisted by the from the Floriande Real remains doubtful. Sagullo of New York will deposit in a special account county commission last
stuhbs icsidtnls on H.16 attlifoasi on the .e'ond call the fire had Starke Fire Department in Estate! parking lot at 637 N, Office hours for Dr Fawzia arrive in Lake Butler Saturday waiting for the hospital to month The letters will explain .
limits .
city of StdrkeThe started up m the rear portionof this fire Temple Ave Theft of the I. Shehata, Union County afternoon and a receptionhas open. the laboratory and physician
I (lI'ullnrcll'uunh'- the house," Glasgow said The third fire started house on wheels was reportedby deputy health officer, are been set at 3 p.m. for services available at
Iwi Fire Department I : was. shortly after 8:45: Monday its owner, J.D. Odon Dec. Monday through Friday from interested public to meet them The trustees also agreed to the hospital!
tailed to t the I LOIs Marringliniiit'iin The Starke Fire Department night on the porch at the 24 and found between 10 a.m. until pm and Saturday and Dr. Shehata. -
Ih'I.Il1t'olll'IHn..d\ was assisted by the Lemire home and was con.
\ Hawthorne and Gainesville at from 9 to
a m. noon according -
1.111'llIndd': .ilteiiuion! This Kmjjsley Lake. Volunteer Fire fined to that section of the the O'Steen home, The house to an announcementat Dr. Sagullo is a surgeon and SPANISH MOSS IS A THIEF!
liomi' and the Mubl home Department and a truck from house. The Lemires were not is valued at more than the monthly meeting of the general practitioner and his
wfietompletelv. destroyed byIne the Graham Station of the home at the time of the fire, $1,000. hospital trustees Monday wife is an anesthesiologist
I Mradford County Volunteer according to Volunteer Fire Bradford County Sheriffsdeputies Both are licensed to practice

i Iin i :Monday muni Ihe \'olunleti hire Department t. on both Chief Harry Green also arrested a night.The trustees approved a request medicine in Florida and have *"' "' ....... It Robs Fruit Shade & Nut Trees of
indicated would like to .
the &
I Hue i ,e.utuu'nl was calls to Stubbs home. juvenile Saturday for they Vitality, Reducing Crop Quantity
that a nurse be hired to .
Aid returned to Starke .'
on begin practice at Union Gen Quality Our Special Formula
"ailed to the Mill Lenurehome breaking and entering with ;,.
assist Dr. Shehata in the
The property appraiser'soffice Tuesday morning Jan 6 to oper- eral in March Spraying Kills Moss and Its Seed
mi Ellington: ( Koad vast t of l SKHI intent to commit petit larceny ation of the clinic and ad- .
at the Bradford County assist local authorities investigating Dr. M.L. Jewell, also a sur- Quickly Without Damage To Trees
white I the I lire contmedin I II
was I Court House -Starke lists the the three fires. The youth was observed by ministrator Eugene Hardval, geon and general practitioner, ,. y Shrubs or Grass Safe Effective .
I I IK' pun'hII I) neighbors as he entered the ..
value of the Stubbs home at is now considering applica- returned for a seventh visit to ., Economical
three I ol I the homes wereunmtupied The Volunteer Fire home of George McKowan tions for the post. "
$19.8431)The t! ( Department Lake Butler Wednesday in x
at the lime of the was called on New north of Lawtey on US 301 The trustees denied exten- hopes of joining the staff at 10IIDA

lues Stubbs were out of town tears day, Jan 1, at 3M9pm : A juvenile petition was filed sion of its managerial contract Union General Hospital! Dr
\ lire ol undetermined ori- lor the holidays in the Carolina to assist. in putting out afire against the youth with the with Inter-Medic Health Jewell currently the : (STAND
.1.111 otnpMelv destroyed and. !). according to Glasgow!! in a mobile home owned juvenile authorities and he Centers of St Augustine following Jewell Clinic in Kissimmee FREE INSPECTION
nulled the interior ol a twosloiv and were spending the night in by Roger :McLendon locatedon was released into the custodyof a presentation by IMHC ESTIMATES Oll1l01.
I 11'.1111"> house nwned 1 bysiiibhsun Jacksonville. enroute back to SK-225 at the Florida State his parents president David Driggs In other business Monday

; :Monday. mnrnmg at !Staike. when the fire broke Prison Gate Jefferson L. Johns, 33, of explaining the .extensive efforts night, the administrator's Phone 964-5745 a.-wa.
I I. 1'iMith a s<'l''fulllrl'l bieakmi. nut I in the dwelling 710 McMahon Street in Starke, of the company to recruit report showed that 103
nut' at ..h".11IIII'.. '' "> a m "This was caused by an was also arrested Saturday doctors for the hospital. patients has been served during PROFESSIONAL PEST CONTROL SERVICESUnder
Hit saint' nun. ninu( :No one was Glasgow) said that the reason apparent electrical short that for eight counts of issuing the first "two months of
,II liiniii ,ii the time .nl both 'the state. fire marshallwas completely destroyed the worthless checks. He is being The proposed contract, clinic operation, creating The Direction of Graduate EntomologistsBthrIIMYe
I it > .ills .in intliui.: to StaikeI .. called into assist with the mobile home Green said held under $900 bond. which has already been extended -

several times, calls for Ar.

FLORI DATHEATRE UC Commission; ; Reverses Decision the two doctors hospital to before be supplied it can to

apply for reopening licenses
I 1MHC is bringing a husband-

Of Zoning Board On Morgan RoadIn wife hospital staff doctor this positions.weekend team. to to consider the iJUL k A. J

Fri. sat Sun answer. to an inquiry this would be a branch of the the front part of the building, IMHC: made arrangementsto '
Stre sand 8 Redford Zoning!: Director L :M Games main plant and would employ he said. have Dr. Shehata come to 'AMERICARe
replied that the stale does not from n to 18 persons initially. Final l approval was given to Lake Butler, but has so far
luivcu law piohibitinga IIljuor'or. The proposed building, to be reclassification of ten acres been unsuccessful in recruiting
"The Way WeWere" -' .. from being operatednext i used tor testing and machine east of Lawtey on SR-225 from another doctor Trust..sagrel'd J t/
that if IMHC: could hire
to a church and. Bradford shop, would be approximately residential to agricultural,
I Count v zoning ordinancesdo 80 by 70 or BO teel, he said. permitting mobile homes. The another doctor, the contract
-PLUS- not prevent this, either.several property is owned by Arthur twill be''fulfilled and in full
When questioned by the ine Blanchard effect, but retain the option to
Bruce Dern .other objectors oil! board. Phillips said that all Robert A, Swanson was hire a doctor themselves if one SAlE
o the ZlIl1InU..rd! meetingemphasised be found and
testing of high poweredengines given approval l to operate an can open the
c that they were would be done hospital without the help of
;' O in a auto repair business in an
-pt.> akitm( as individuals. and IMHC.
'>C c c jg soundproof area if the sound agriculturally-zoned area on
"'" mil' as u-piesentatives.. of the
c c
,: (" ,1. "co factor was over 80 decibles A. Laura Church Road east of
church t M was slated that the sales store will be located in Starke
PIJ United Artists ilmich maintained a neutral i
position in the matter, since
both :Mathews. and. Green were Probe Due
301 DRIVEINFri immbeisiiven. ComplaintsBy SAVE
( defended his position
helot" I the tuning Board by
\piesenlinga. petition which heaidcontamedsignuturesof Road EmployeesMediation NOW

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neighboring property. owners ON *.
LAST CHANCEs .I..tlllIhl'. did not"object to A formal complaint has and Conciliation
the auto shop (Gieen;. said that been filed against Bradford Service immediately after
County Commissioner losing his job and received ANEW
those "signing 1 :Mathews peti- George re- .
lion lived farther away from Roberts with the Public sponse from Assistant Director Ask ,

I the site and should' not be con- Employees Relations Com- ( H.L. Williams Jr. GE To
-tdi'ied He also pointed out mission (PERC) by one present acknowledging receipt of the CharleyE. I Reduce

v nyears I hat he and :Mathews formerly and one former road department letter duced! To
"ipeiated. an auto repair bu-i- employee to seek Roberts said that Williams o WASHER .
redress for discrimination contacted him in November .
ness across 'Irom the church
and that. nothing was said A PERC during an investigation ofHdll's '
the most representative will complaint, but no recommendations Johns \\i.-
talked about ihoul. it at that time be in Starke next week to hear DRYER
\ member ol the board both sides of the complaint, were About This Question:
highlyacclaimed reported to him afterwards
oIk.(1Idlh.s: if he realized
which states that Roberts
as I traded
Cowart still for a
is employed by
hr uas violation of the zonmuiodeat county road chairman, discriminated
lure I that. lime, and hel'I'pll.tI and the county road department new car: I failed to
p against interfered TRADE
$ Roberts closed down THAT
of our ysIIIlion with the men because of the notify my agent to ;J.
barn Oct. 9 when
time and Gary Coleman county a transfer
t their seeking to air their my insuranceto
maybe of and Kalph and. Lea'ton :Morgan/;( grievances. and to petition signed by 12 of the 14 the new Now
trying join a car. six
all time ill crewmen was presented complaining OLD RANGE
amjj spoke they in' felt Green he had a behalf right union Jerry The' complaint Hall and is signedby Steve of unsafe working weeks later I caused a I \ IN NOW !

'in make a ,living on his own Cowart conditions, required insurance serious auto accident \
properly coverage and doctor's both cars are badly Your Choice

IenjiA .Inter healing both sides Additionally, the employer reports required for any' damaged. Will my auto
inning board member Dale had discharged. Daniel Callan absence from the job. insurance still "'
Blown made a motion that the and Jerry Hall for their concerted Roberts told the 12 men they both cover Gas
re/ornng request be granted activities and their involvement would not be employees of the my liability and ; : or Electric

-PLUSrunaway I Williamilson seconded i the with the union." county if they didn't t scratch collision damage to the 1
million and the vote was. :12. Ihe complaint says. their names off the petition. new car?"
hilarity when with Brown Wilson and Don Later that morning, the men \ \.
H.trdon'nllllg for while Carl Hall was fired from his were allowed to go back to Charley E. $198NOTICE
DOHKWdTTStuns Edwards and. Chairman Art position with the road department work when th 'removed their

down Ci1V HAIL.. heifer opposed it frontation in October between after a con- signatures Hall said he was JOHNS AGENCY w/t
In the motion. Roberts the last employee to scratch
HoWIbFkAMEAFiGG(; Kduards: opposing, said "I I want to and the employees over a petitIOn his name off the list and was 131 so. WALNUT ST
of grievances Roberts fired the '
: remind all of you that we are day PHONE 964-SO7O
1 : Af" ,IA' G -piit zoning said that Hall was fired because I
he failed to report to
Permission! to advertise was
Sun & Mon given (oLovree LaNier: two work as requested after aminor WORRIED ABOUT HOW CLEAN YOUR

acres. of land at the intersection injury
Jessi's GirlsPLUS of SK.21 and Speedville Callan filed an assault complaint DRINKING WATER IS? ALL G.E. COLOR T.Vs

Road between Keystone against road superintendent
Heights; and :Melrose. from Leon Ellington for Install an Aquifer Water Filtering

agricultural/ to business striking him after firing him NOW ON SALE
u1thoutt :Mrs LaNier: introduced her Dec 4. Callan was released System and put your mind at
brother, Jim Phillip, an offi- from the Job. Ellington said, ease.
cialof a firm named Hot Bugs for leaving his designatedwork
I A Inc engaged( in an. import- area early. and he REMOVES: Chlorine Organic Tastes Odors and

tik14cS export business dealing with struck Callan after being coloring Poisonous caustics Detergents Insecticides AT
L J caa high'performance automotive threatened Metals Inhibits the 10 % ABOVE COST
parts and repair Phillips said Hall contacted the Florida growth of bacteriaI

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It's back to the classroomsthis I I L .
week.The students are all
rested and busy telling each :
other what they got for Christmas
and how many more I '
weeks It Is until Spring Vacation KRAFT PUNCHISMAYONNA1SE
and more time off from

school Myrna Hahii'j class of 4th

Writing graders Impress segment finished us with and a Creative want their to : : @ : DETERGENT :

Language. Art skills. The
following cave stories prove
they paid attention in class:

by Clarence Croft 7c 84oz
"Yesterday, Jeffery Rit 320 SOUTH 99c
chie my girl friend, Kelly and
1 went"We saw into a some cave.carvings of I JAR I WALNUT ST. I BOX I

went down farther and saw arattlesnake JAN.7, THRU WED., JAN 14. 1976. LIMIT OP. EACH CENTS Off WITH THIS COUPON AT PANTRY PRIDE OR Old STORES WED.,
and I killed it. My COUPON WITH A $7.50 OR MORE FOOD ORDER. TOBACCO wt an pleased to accept JAN. 7,THRU WED., JAN 14, 1978. LIMIT-1/ OF EACH CENTS OFF
girl friend.' We Kelly saw said rock, 'That'sbrave icicles U.LD.L FOOD STJUWP PRODUCTS ) .

and knocked one me fell out and, just about e COUPONSEvcryDay .. .. -

"We was a moccasin snake
and it bit Ritchie. Then Jeffery
killed the snake. Soon we
heard Jefferys father's truck. LowPrice l EveryDayLowPrice ,
Me threw a rope down and we
caught it and climbed up."
"A Scary Cave Story"by Fresh
Asst. Sliced FULL-CUT
Nancy Bowen
cave. Nancy John and Cindy PORK LOIN
went with me. We were very
scared.A bat got after Nancy.
She ran to Cindy and John. I CHOPS
did not stay in the cave. STEAK
'John,' Cindy said, 'Well, are
you coming?' 1 said, 'I am
ready.'I will not go in the cave 3 Ib.
any more." The End US. U.S. GOVT.
by Shelley Lewis FED LBEveryDayLowPrke
"One time two boys went
into a cave. They went farther
and farther flashed into the cave. EveryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrice B EveryDayLowPrke M EwcryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrke Super' Discount
They a flashlight up
and saw bats flying cwt Ilr[ 1wl YYt W! us'' f1Y1

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bottom they saw some kind of OR BEEF STEAKS ,CABBAGELETTUCE/ 4j
prehistoric cave monsters.The PIECES
monsters had them tied 2 TO $ 28 E 58 GOv$18
up before the boys could get us INSIECTEO Gorr 8$ > 4LSPKO | Ut INSXCTIOCONN OOKT US INSPECTED 15C IOc 29c
out of the I
Two days later the peopleof
the city had a search party
out looking for the boys. The / EveryDayLowPrke J| EveryDayLowPrice W EveryDayLowPrice Y EveryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrice Super Discount
monsters were becoming
during this time. uw Yw uW un Yn un YW
When friendly the people found the 70 30' SENECA 14' SNOW 30 LIBBY'S 11' U. S. NO. t 10'
boys they killed the monsters. Pantry APPLESAUCE WHITEPOTATOES
The boys started crying $ .. :... DRIFT D'ANJOUPEARS
because the men killed the
monsters. SHORTENING CMAI*rmi WHCM.I m Nte.
cave The said, 'Let's the _
men get too _
boys out of here.' So the men COUNT 99 3/l L :
lock them out of the cave. BOX LOOSE
They went home to their '
roomer The mother hugged' COMPARE OUA..Avon I OUM.... ;,'' YOU ftAVI I Ol) 1V1KYOAT YOU..VI I COMPARE OHM.WIHVOAV you f*V| ;-
the children and said "Thank LOW IRICIN' w LOW PSICEM U'TO LOW FmCIK' UP TO 5 LOW rmctUP' !! TO

"The boys had a hot bath 79 ao. 59 c a9C Cooked 99' 20'
Pork Roll Sausage -'Ocean Perch Fillets Shrimp
and a hot meal for the first u {Beef Liver we. ='UHACI L' 10'1

time since they went into the ?TMsd.: a5SiEI Aa"/1I. ,, .:! ".'lit'"bell FRESH HNE TASTE SOLAR CUIED SLICED MOI PAB ji" CUP ASSORTED 75% GROUND IEEF[ 2!% VIGil AILE PROTEiN 99
. cave. 'This will be on the ,89g 'I $119 20' 4/M-/ 1 'I Great Ground 5I1P18 *Z .9'
. Breakfast Bacon Cal
'1 bravery records: said the Fryer Combo. Pkg. ?,?I jLes Yogurt I
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! the men School week to the Cafeteria of boys.Jan 6-9 The menu is: End.for Beef Cub BLSSteak ttKO r -!. alilbwROagtulU:;:: 30iSkinless PANT PRIDI I2il PKI Franks 69 C 201 20'1! IIUE1IROI 10 I II Picnics
Tueftday' Hamburger on bun, lettuce, | NEW IUlAND l SHOULDER HUE 'LUM"OSt' INIOAtD' lot /AI 13 TO 5 II V6 WESTERN
tomato and pickles French frit, ap NICK FROZEN I I' II *Vl -A 8NUINE I !
. Bletauce. milkWednetdayi, 79 10' Lamb STOOLS PER o9 40iSliced Picnic $use 30 I Spare Ribs 99 2O'
,, Oichen with noodles.buttered .. Cornish Game Hens II Chops <> t. L'
peat urawberrv. tnortcakepeanut I US I OVERWhiting I MEAL 01 IEEF I II' PII ,0.1 PANTRY PRIDE I20J
milkTlturtdayi \
butter roll
cup IOS10N HtOE FRESH PORE 4 e Ita Avg ; *
Hamburger$ and mashed $119 Dressed 49t '" Oscar Mayer Franks l18 Midget Salami 99 2O'
potatoes' .:lield Sloppy peal Joe peaches on bun.roll,mllMIrtday corntossed Shoulder Roast II 201: ,I' ( 'I I i


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Fifth grade classes at A E4 APPLE Del Monte SS
Starke Elementary will begin
a new health curriculum in
January designed to motivate
children toward good health JUICE CATSUP
practices according to Mrs.
16oz-CUT GREEN or15.oz.
Lucille Payne, curriculum BEANS
coordinator for Bradford FRENCH STYLE
The first classes which 32oz
emphasize the respiratory 32oz YOUR I
system, were developed froma JAR
federal grant because of 15.50Z JAR CHOICE
concern for the growing
number of young people
starting to smoke.In COMPARE iitii ICI y you.... i COMPARE ous CPWSSCSII.. reY Ova S COMPARE OUA... .O.... .ous..' i COMPARE OU. IVIHVDftV YOU SAVI
the 12-W age group there U YO w LOW-- -- LOW PftlCIS' UP TOf

U.S.million Surveys regular show smokers that In both the Hamburger Helpers tHlu:.."T' Grape( Jam or Jelly 69C 10 Mara Lynne Cookies 3/$1/ 4'10range Juice 39 I'

boys and girls are taking up TO STRQCONOFF/ 01 I11F[ NOOHE ;n (i :PANTS' pmoc im I RfNHIT SOLID-ROSE FORIBST (RUN I POWDER IflOM m I OUt J0 II FROZEN

smoking Other at health an earlier classes age.for Hamburger" _. Helpers 49 '0' [Black Pepper 9949C 50 Room Deodorizer 3r1/ 1 4l Crinkles or later Tots 3/M/ 4"

younger and older age groups IMFT I Uit '*" I CHIRRT 'FROZEN I Silt IEE I 10 Till FROZEN
will Bradford be joins implemented seven other as Noodles with Cheese o/'i/ 1 s' Pantry Pride Wipes 49f 4' ([ t rif'HHi' Pies 3MJ/ 1 Pound Cake 99C -

Florida counties in the health UNDSirlllf .nl lc ll /M IO loiEP till. PR IOU FROZEN

curriculum and lower classes project.will The upper study Large Pitted Olives 49( io.1 Pantry yU Pride Cups 79CiPetRitz t Pie Shells 39C "I;Whole Kernel I

the circulatory system the PET RIIZ 110115Pumpkin OC 1 lie list lllCH F102EN ll3M C S J

and heart other, the systems liver and within kidneys the ( Pies /' I Foam Cups .{Coffee Rich 4/1/ Corn'I or Peas 4/M/ 1 34'

body each designed for a

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taught by Starke elementary Yn Yw Yrt Yn YYI Yw IYII
teachers Philomena Adkinson 11' 71' PANTRY PRIDE 11' II' I? 70'rr" DIALVERY
and Sue Winkler, who attended COFFEE C ulifl ve>r.Bru DRY
a two-week training FYNE TASTE PIZZA3l ANGEL FOOD
*>*l Sp>re ut*
workshop held in Ocala BREAD
CREAMER CORN Brexolli Sscoair* RING CAKEli
earlier this year,sponsored by SCENTED* UNSCENTCDEveryDayLowPrke
the Florida Lung Association.
Local physicians, firemen, 3/79 voun ,00,3/i
blood bank representatives
therapists, nurses and CHOICE LOAVIS
veterinarians will share their ---------------- ---------------- ----------------
knowledge with students I ,. I .
project Involved in will the also classes.involve The i p SAVECASH SAMKA 'I' I BETTY IBISQUICK I p SAVE FOLGER'S I 3C'

parents and other members of
the pupil's family. I : : : I COFFEE : BUFFERINTABLETS
Fifth grade teachers from I COFFEE ; ; j
other schools in the county I I
taught in the two Starke Oil Old STORM WtO.,JAN 7, ON Q/d STORKS WCO.,JAN. 7, OR O J ORES WED,JAN. 7, OF ioo.
Elementary classroom .- WC O..JAN. 14,1975. I WID.JAN. M. "cCa: ., JAN. 14. "71.
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LAWTEYby -- c. . . '
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('lIl'IU'II\CTI\lTIJoS I:, ._ .. ... '
Church of God i : Sunday < .. -
School 10 a m. Worship Ser
vices 11 dm. and 7 p rJ\.
Prayer Meeting Tuesday 7-30:( LARGE SIZE SAVINGS
p.m. YPK Friday at 7:30: p ifl.KvrTUreen LARGE SIZE SAVINGS LARGE SIZE SAVINGS
Baptist! : Sunday:
School 10) a m. Worship Ser
vices 11 am. and 6:30: () pin.Pr ALBERTO
Faith It.iptist: Radio Program
/ MT> VVPXE Stark 8 YO-S
a m Sunday Bible School to
I am. Worship( Services 11 a ifl.
and 7 'ill: p.m. Prayer Meeting. ASPIRIN 'N LOW
Sludv VVi'diwMljy 7 30 p.m. Bible HAIR SPRAY

(;iiai-c: l'uih'It'thmllll: : SUGAR SUBSTITUTE.
Sunday School 9.43: : a m. WONship
Services 11am. and( 7
pm. Choir Practice 7 p.rtI LIMIT
and l'nitt'dIethudlst! Fellow\ 19 AtBfIlTO 19. Two
..hip. 1p\ m. Wednesday $

School IliUliliiml 111) a m.Baptist Worship: Sundry services THROUGH SAT. JAN. 10th 6 9

( : I II I am and 7 p m.Prayer
:Meeting Wednesday 7
pm 1 a ( iA.rN
N.iitlisiclo llaplist: Sun School to a m. Worship Sere F
vices 11 am and 7 p.m Wed lnesday VASELINE NIS lOX 1 0''
( v_ IIiI fOO

Chunh observed Watch LIMIT TWO ,;
tiighl; Sl'r\'ice Wednesday\ INTENSIVE CARE
niKhl Supper was served and
A soft, velvety lotion for
lilim were shown and music
until I Iht.lldnight! hourI'KHSONXIS dry hands kneel, elbows,
all of you. limit 2 ,

:Mrs D.ll'll.'nl'ormdn: :'; MId GALAXY FAN FORCED COMPOSITION

sons. .IIK| :Mrs Carl :Norman'; '
.Iod) !son spent Tuesday With. ELECTRIC HEATER BOOK
their uncle and aunt. !Mr and 89 120 SHEET
:Mrs Earl Harvey, of Seville e 1 Ideal for greater +
:Mrs Joyce Kulch of Starlit' \ I / 9 warmth and comfort ASSTD COLORS 4 >394'>
and :Mr and Mrs. Carl Moore V Instant fen forced .
nl. Live flak' were !Monday< .14 heat safety' tip-over

"\I'I'III.hltUl.'hts,. / of their 1 switch & tamper ....... -
proof grill. Reg. 16.99 REG.
a a.
"-"""11I :Mrs Lottie rushing, .
and oilier relatives of (II'- No. 1 39 :
mood 1 Reach Mrs Finch
returned to lilackshear. Ga BRECK c -- '
on Wednesday G o-
:Mrs fierce Crews was a SHAMPOO 100 CT !
V>vi War's dinner guest of g1 TWIN SIZE
tin lII'pI11'.lI1d niece, Mr Breck 15-0une.Boothit's'for beautiful hair, Iix11A 'r r COLORED
and :Mr W j.'' Atwood 4r>dMmil lima 2 ELECTRIC BLANKETS _Gillette OJ'
'. and their mother. FILLERS
) With tingle con 0colorl
:Mis :Mi and: :Mrs L H. Harper of Fully ',1 PAPER I Igu.errteed
!Nuke and :Mrs Truman\ S
:\111'111.111'Ililled their parents. R.g 14.88 -1 BUTANE :;
Mi: andMrsCarlPrevatt.cn, : Q LIGHTER
Now Year's Day .
:Mi and :Mrs Emory Eunice !
ind lutnily of Chattanooga 129 48 i
Ton spent I Irom Tuesday to R 98 j REG 69
S.uuidiwith) their parents, WELLA CALGON V1 2 1
Mr and :Mrs Harold Eunice. IUNKET16.88 1
Kmorv: and Ueron visited !MiSs. HERBAL BATH
Kli/abclh: Terry Friday BALSAM .. -
:Mr and Mrs Bill Wolfe and CONDITIONER walla. I .
ions ol C'.ipe Coral returned\ f*A 16-oz. I of 16 Herbal ot.Boxee or WI" !tt.. "STIU CRAZY PANTY 2/&
Irom Wilmington, Del. on ]li ff Bouquet Bath UT \ ;' AFTER All THESE 9
Tuesda alter spending Ihe Extra BOltl" T Limit. 2 rtljltAGD j YEARS" OR HOSE FOR I
Christmas holidays with their '
G ATlwfMew Gives I ;
extra long
son and( daughter-in-law. Miami Two EACH 1 :. :: u NI n reinforced center panel' .
limit : : ECKERO'SOWN REG 49
Robert Wolfe ;
:Mrs and -
w- No. 200 Reg. 99*each
son They spent Tuesday to ALBUMS Limit 2 11
Thursday' with their mother. ;;
:Mrs Hester Hicks, and their IMPEX.90 Min. -
brother! -in-law and sister. Mr CN AC VICKS( YOUR CHOICE! / ;
and :Mrs Glen; Shuford, and REG. 399 10'j' 3 PAK :
lamily 5.88 --'" "
:Mr and! "Mrs Milo Smith, r ( CASSETTE -
:Martha and John were bun- Box of ZOCapsulei. Gives Colds \ -
6-oz. Nighttime!
day dinner guests of their son 12 hour relief from colds Medicine. Limit 1 f, '
1111.1.Ind\ daughter./ "Mr and Llmltl 3 J TAPE I rl: 1
:Mrs. l Dd"d Scott and :MarU .
Friends of Harold KuniCerenivl i ( IADIES'SWEATERS S
\ to learn that he 7 119 "
/ its a
pal lent I in liradlord County .* -
Hospital \Our prayers are Long sleeve Pullovers Various blends & -l;: I'.' with him .& Cardigans 1 knit,. Fattiionablecolors. :". 1 'f. I
:Mr and :Mrs Vaughn lies!- Allt. colors: and S. M. L. '
;, (
'colt' and children ol Kingsley blends. Reg. 9.99 R.g. 7.99 .. 199 ( e::1 t J\
I Like :Mrs Darlene :Normanand RIGHT GUARD BARBASOL .
sons :Mr and :Mrs Frederick t L -- t
Prl.'lieoll11': and :Mrs SHAVE CREAM 777 :
Floyd Norman; and son of POWDER 11-ox. Can. Regular or Men- ;.
Jacksonville: and Charles Ounce aerosol can. Helps Lather. ), ,
dry stain 'freeand thol. L!'
Kite, Middlehuig.: were keep you OR
Limit (
:New Years! dinner guests ofMr f SluVEH
: and<1 1Irs: Leonard :Norman SOIL LIMIT
..lIIdIr: and :Mrs Or) .- B E 2
:Norman and odor"r.e. R<*dy touie.
:Mr d"dIrs: Floyd( Jenkinsof I Odor
Jacksonville, were Christmas REEL LIFEVEST ..0494 Iered.Rig.
dinner guests of their j 8U' PO''nq'' .
brother'm-law and sister. :Mr WITH LINE OII l
and :Mrs :Nick :Nicula'; and
:Mrs :Mains Oriffis and MULII DISC DHAO STRONG ---. 1/4-111./ = -
+ METAL SPOOL KEG 1199 X 30-M. -
children of Palatka. spent SWABS
Tuesdito Sunday' with |her i BRAND NYLON COVER
1II0lhl'r'11'5: :Nellie Wilkinson Box of 200 Cotton swabs- Box of 50 with 20 extra 8 8 39 9 WITH STAINLESS SISAL ROPE
:.Mrs )Daisy Uoch, and Double flexIble V strips FREE! Limit 1 N A) I 12 ti y STEEL HARDWARE Regular
Lynn LImIt 1 = : "
:Mrs Hub\ 1.1'111'Irs: Ruth REG S 4' 88 f.
,hteinhuuser' and :Mrs Louise I 49 ( .:
Johnson of Jacksonville 59 ;r
visited :Mr and :Mrs\ I U J. ,,
Anders, on :New Year's LADIES ASSORTED
Rev and :Mrs Jim Hall and
family visited their parents.Mr EXERCISE COSTUME < Q:, BIRD FEEDER
: and :Mrs KT Van \rs- \\t:
dall and Jim hall Sr. of (II'- LISTERINE JEWELRY ; .
mend Beach Oilew: Year's EFFERDENT SANDALS V 12 8 :: t69

OavMr: and :Mrs llermie Kelly ABUTS ANTISEPTIC VAMP .CONTOURED INSOLE R.g. 2.50 each. /,..a r
"It'l the test. J .
!spent :New Year's Day ",wtMr Cleans deep stains and 3205. Bottle J .
: and :Mrs Jack Kstes and leaves dentures odor peopleMIetwaeaday" uerynar '' >>' .
:Mrs Susan Tree. of Bruns free. Limit 1 Limit uu lien r'tr ctet on um' 88 7 : ,
wick. (GaSympathy 19
of the community 1 ) BEG 1 10 LB. BAGCHARCOAL
is extended lo the family\ of 39' EACH )
(Clinton HuH of Starke and I 499 r'SS
other relatives due to his r.REG. .
recent death. }
:Mr\ and Mrs Hubert Priest 1
flew to Indianapolis Ind on
Dec 23 and their son-m-ljw DRY 8a 1.29 ,
and daughter. Mr. and !Mrs STAY-FREE IPANA
John :Morris and daughter PLUS 3 ROASTED
met them there and they MINI PADS
drove Menominee( : Mich. TOOTHPASTE PEANUTS
All of them spent Christmaswith Box of 30. Absorbent a Large' 7 Ounce 'Li For t t- POUNDS
John Morris' pads for care free days the whole family. 1
Mr and Mrs. John Morris Sr. Limit 1 1P" CAT LITTER i
On the 26th they went to Rockville : 1 16 OZ. JAR N epaler
Ind.and spent two nights peanut 99 69 is LI!
49 REG. 1.29 I
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with their son-in-law and 89 ,? : 5 l h I

daughter.Morris. Jr Mr., and and Debbie.Mrs They John( LIMIT TWO f '\

brought them home and
stayed until January 2.
Mr and Mrs. Foster Hayes
and Bill and David Gaines of

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. "' I Hayes of I the University of
I t'lorida. Gdinvsville. Mr. and)
Mrs. W.iyiH'Tftflon' ".1111, ,jJ
irrsrea-asne. arts trer.rn.ra .1.5555.1. s.rr.- r'rad" eiea .ereee.e. and Miss Susan Sanderson of 'IHd

ECKERD'R of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Test on q
; GAF on Tuesday. Dec. 23:.. for .1
IWM't family Rel-lonelhor. I P
FACIAL liMiT Chief and) Mrs. LveScrivnvrand ,
frt,: sons of IVnsai-ola. spent. CHARM LYSOL p REG. 39'' 126-12 New Vear's Eve "'KI| New II
TISSUE LIMIT TWO Year's Day with !Mr. and Mr.
BK M(.'{' lley d"d )avid, Mr\ A!
dnd !Mrs. Glen (Kay Alford .incl
children and !Mr. .UK) Mrs.Harry
PASTEL ALUMINUM ( U'.ills ami Harry Lee, b
AND WHITE V dnd Mr! ami Ilrs.I.thur; //I
PRINT FILM I"zolhl'rl' New' \'l.II"Sdillnl'l' '
nuesls' of the I MeCulleys -
(4/ 32 OUNCE BOTTLE. REG. 49< '' 21 OUNCE CAN. REG. 2.19 FOIL A
Audnd: !Mrs. Glen (H.i( >' 'aAllordandl'anlilysir.idcksun
l "- It
O \.ille.i'ie Wl'thu'Htl.l1I'l'I"
; night quests of Mr. and Mi's
89 I B.1rryV.1IIS and (11.11'1'lol'l'.
Their( fLiughler ..leKMCJtelurned .r
D \I F249 i T'' home willi them. .-
FI Mix CiI.III!l >'s I'nnijle dud I
granddaughter nl I Sanlord, II
69' wereS lneMl.i> iiveriii4lilliiicsls | .
/ of 'Ilieir brolhrr-in-late ,
*? rod sister.!! Mi .uul Mrs! !I.'s '

( iv11 I I\k the('It'IIII1.nllt McClcll.ins h.'I'was(iiicst.llii'ir' .itl It

_ grandson. Jelf Mtt'lellan i.I l.
Slaike.thii wits also a \\'iilnesla
( > HM'i'iiiKliI gui'sl.! t
Sheila Holmes <.I l Slarktspenl > IJ
Sturdy cadmium plated S.ilurdailh her
'tie) with covered built- OUTDOOR SAVINGS! HAMILTON l sister' Mis. JUM'Ih| Sl.trhii,
in head pad. .tosevanposotions.Choice BEACH and David
Mr and Airs Kail: Teslon,
of colors 22-IN. 3'A'/, H.P. SE1FPROPEUIDPOWER ELECTRIC Mike dl1ll1'i.lnl'Y. were l ClinM-
MULTI-POSITION mas dinner I /guests' ol Ilirir I
MOWER parents! Mr..snd Mrs. llavo rTdnnct'

COMB( LOUNGE 3.5 HP Briggs! and Stratton cycle motor. 8 juices ioy.thetasteoffr..hlvsqueued in seconds without! vItamIn Mr. .ind. Mrs .1.K. Kuheil
Easy spin recoil' starter. Adjust to 1ft"\! to lose.10.99 Model' N' 922- Regular son Mrs Edith: wiiiiie>' .ul'Laulvy.
3" for 13988
cutting. 88 1 SIr..Ind: Mrs. SL
SwimlHI and SOILS. Mr and
Mrs. (',t\, North and 'lariul.vand ',
11988 Mrs. J.('. Heavli ol .l.itk-, <
ilia L somillv. were :\:l'I''t''I'' "* 1
Reg. 14.99 dinner guests ol Mr. and Sirs.
I..ley Fulds! of \\',ij ITI....,.,. I IC
;ia( speitl \>edneMl.iilh\ Inscousins.
UNIVERSAL 11 r. aiul ?Mrs.I l.fs I
10-IN..17-IN. DOUIIE GRASS 788 MiClellan( .
HIBACHI (''apt .ind Mis Kiinst'lLines. .
CATCHER Major and Airs .lainfs
10" M 17", Can iron with Regular 9.99 Doughfilv" and l.iiiuly. Mis
2 adjustable grids. Wood IT TOASTS IT BAKES .
\ "::1'111.1'llsOII. lr .mil !\In'
handles base and air vents. 8 IT TOP BROWNS Louie Selimter and, Mieli.icl.
Reg.9.99 29 REMOVABLE CRUMB TRAY all ol Valdosta C.I.; Hilly .mil,
8 DELUXE 2-H.P. GAS FOR EASY CLEANING Hay \\ lIMIn> ol Clilll's\'llIe'; .
58 MODEL T93B-REG 3299 spent: :\"'W "t'.II"Mu''k.'I1""
INCHES POWER EDGER t with ('111. and Mrs. Win11.. .
DEEP P sou ()II l her guestsii' e <;iiiii'/yeMuggins.
2 HP Briggs & I ltd'nt I o ud' I
I Stratton motor. 11 McAllislvi. ainl Hill Sillers" lorhe .. :
ii16- .PED STUHii I' Makes :lawn edging -8888 TEXAS INSTRUMENT ( (l.ion Saturday

With Set of 3 BBQ Tools Free Reg.HI---1288 109.97 easy, Reg. 1// IIII'H' Tru> > W.IIIII'11o:1I1;. :
: !I CALCULATOR spenl .1 \Mi'kilh I I l IMT son .mil'
1IIU hll'l'.i1I.I.I\\', Mr and Mrs

t: .m. a ....' .'A r. ".. 'f.,. a,. _-I.'H'. : ...e- a *. t.uid.)idck \Vaiiiuriglil\ \ and .laniiK .
Od' Mr ami Mrs. IjHiie.ini- ;..
;;. TI..[ ADDS, SUBd
\1 urighl' i 01 l Tallaluissee' '' I OnSunday.
NABISCO PREMIUM i It S INSTANTLY rights' came 'fur UK- day'
UTILITY PAIL \ <, P 148 READS DIGIT IIn( ('h'ilo'ItI.11I1'I\' anil
SALTINES Airs 1I.lIld1I.IIl'''. !Mr .mil
Easy grip j REG 16 95
138 handle I .. BATH SIZE t \ One Pound box. 4 Mrs \\.i.MieTesiiin' I'.iin.
Ant colon Reg 66* dnd D.iMl (;dIlK'S of Slaikv.
1.79 were "UPII'I'tlll'HIII/ of Mr anilMrs.
: Kail: Teslon, ami 'lanuljMr : '.
REG j l? and Mrs. .It. J. Hoyelle
53 2 FOR Q and lannly. and !Mrs. (..J.
69 Ho\elle. Sr.. spent Chri.stni.is
F R with her son-m-lau and
SUPER TUIS 17.'/ -BUSHEL LIMIT 2 F R umlrz -, daughter Mr. and NI ra. ClunkHenliers.

SVIVAMA *.,r 3 anil her grandson and uileMr
MAGICUBESD 3 .. and :Mrs. Chuekie (Itvt
I99 hnuh n I tiers of Summery !. S.('

colors. .. i KORDITE NESTLES t __ ,. \ D Di MAGICUBES Mr and spent( :Mrs Christmas.Kd: Howe.milI Ifdnxly

Reg, 2.79 ? ? TRASH & GRASS71 'KING SIZE I Nestle Works like magic you get :\1'Yldr'S with .Himpaienlx.
; .
rrra i < JCuois fi as. r, 3 cubes and ,
12 'flashesLimit Mr and Mrs I It I Iilkison. I.
"lilll BAGS !.: ,;)i BARS 1 \\ Sr. Other). gin-si" '
(I jig:1?;: were their son. Jerry \\',ilkisi, in
COLORFUL 10OUARTWASTEBASKET I Bon of I Assorted. and son and daugliler-in! l.iu
| 20. 20 6-ounce Bars Mr ami Mrs. HI.. VVilkisonlr (

99 4.Gal.Reg.bags.1 88 49 Regular 87c! itu.uL4i.4l4i( ( (| VALUABLECOUPONPACK I JlCtCQllllllCdi[ ( ,and. anti.Mr. Id isonilkisnn only of Jacksonville i.mil\

Asst Limit, 2 .
LIMIT, ,' ilnldicii.Kaicn
and :Manuel Mai"lnnvleturniti '
99 R9. COLOR
I REPRINTS to their Inline in I His
1.39 IK'e.I'i.lllld on :Miimlay( ( .ill">r
'two weeks II'h their
spending \\
OF 100 9 INCH 5/ FROM SAME'REGULAR ::=- 1JoII'l'n'lI.11': and :Mi's. ItolierlIAS .
14-INCH / SIZE COLOR &: and John.Mr .
NEGATIVES :_ dnd AIis..idek: Kiddle
G-. and sons and :Mr. ami :MI-H
REFRIGERATORBOTTLE FOR 1.50JAN. Daniel Wilkison of JacksonMile -
BROOM .. PLATES -3 were Sunday ilinnt'r..

pn :9 WITH THIS COUPON. (GOOD THRU guests of their ,)'lI'l'nlll. :Mr

5 9 c water Convenient Re9 bottle. ( jj 18 J or bruih.Quality Sweeps dry wet 69 1 White only. O\\\\1111L 1 71))1)) ))))1)1) )'1 )1)MTh'h1'l'1''h1''h'l') ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ))) ) ) 10th) )))))Prp) )))1'h'h) ) ))l )p) ))))l dnd dnd dinner son Mrs. ..indMrs..ine guests of Donald Mai..keuvrv of their\:!\'ilkisonMr Suml.iv Harper grand,

89e1QUART )59 Lynit 1 pdren's.11'' : ami :Sirs t C.irlPrevail. I

THE !Mr. a ml Mrs Uirric Diiliose
PLASTICREFRIGERATOR 39 e PRINTS of Decalur (>a., spenl Hit
BOTTLER Get an extra of weekend with their hrollier
set prints with
every roll of color'
Tn or black
g. 49< 3-S-CUP FIITRATOR ri+ EVERYDAY11\ '\: developed and Prmte<'. TODAY ANDS and Mrs. Kolx-it til'iltrin.ldIIII'! IAX and John, .nul

CORY Mr. and Mrs. Andy Harvey:!
COFFEE and son of Perry slopped l hv> 'To
/. 'IN. x 180 FT. ROLL PERCOLATOR TWICE THE FILM see their parents. Mr, :.mil
[t. :Mrs Charles. Marling .nul
MASKING TAPE Highest quality you pick
up your developed' film and
heat resistant glass. prints buy family en Saturday' ululo!
two rolls of
For masking Snap in I Fits all F2500 Kodacolor or black and whit for the 'they were over this wayEmploym .
regular of .
price one TODAY AND
I & wrapping" cover 1 Models 1 10 IN EVERDAY
44 Reg, 65* / en I .SWriW

1 199 2 99 atiJ 77 REG 99 TWICE THE MEMORIES Carried To I

Three Town

IIIIIIhIUUIllppgppllllllplllllllll Bob Greene of the Klin. 'ula
State Employment! office in
HALISMENTHOLYPTUS i Starke. has set up a scheduleof I
HALL PRICES GOOD THRU SAT. = regular visits to three 'townsIn '
the county! for 'the convenience
+ yPNS OPEN DAILY 9-9 OPEN SUNDAY 10-7 of the public. .
MErm carar"a On the first and 'third Wednesdays
SHOP EARLY BANKAMImetno! of each month Mr.
COUGH 1 Green will be at 'the havttey
TABS 1 : SOME ITEMS LIMITED SUPPLY city hall from I 'to 3: p.in. rOn
the second and finnlh.
REG 49c 77 Wednesdays he will I.... at. "II

FOR I e .' EWU I:( l 1 I J'1l7Jn Hampton city. hall from 'to
LIMIT 2 L CI (] : 01 m. till 12 noon and at HH-
1111111111111111111111111111111111111 Brooker city hall from I 'to ;.1 J I
4 pm.
831 S. Walnut Starke, Fla. Al the time of his visits Mr. .
Green will have a list of Job ,
openings in .the area and will
PRICES OVER TWO MILLION LAST I also .take new .Ii'lht'dllulIlI
AT LOW. LOW MONTH ALONE! from. .those seeking employment

I IIoxsarys,1911

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a ': I

a.. ,_..,-., -

.,'I" 11'I.I': :( !C\I'U ,hlllUU'Y II. 1lill!

lilt First Attempt to Divide County

'. .l'-. ... ....

.;.... Failed in 1911Most

:,............. .,"",---

,, .:. readers know, perhaps hearing Saturday was set as for ratification ol the division

that Union County was the day for a final decision in by a vote of Ihe people

created by legislative act in the m.itter. and on that day a This decision was communicated -
1921 and consists of all land
delegation headed by ex- to the divisionists
formerly lying in Bradford Senator J.B. Crews appeared who were represented by
County west of New Kiver
In Tallahassee with a committee whereupon J,W,
But few may know that an pocketful of petitions against Townsend and Dr. J,EMames :,
earlier attempt was made to
of Lake Butler said
divide the county in 1911 t, but
that they were instructed to
was defeated because of the The petitions of both sides
accept no compromise
unwillingness of some Lake were gone over by the measure and that if the
Butler leaders to accept a Bradford legislators and
would not
legislators/( secure
compromise.. The is told
''''n'' ;oo/ Mecoupn County Anlrmn story many irregularities/( were of a bill making the
County passage
Carunnnge' ",n.? commute, Illinois, Bellaire,, Michigani in the following news dispatch found, such as the same division absolute without a
from Tallahassee
dated May persons appearing on
i Photos reproduced from" The Christian( Science, Monitor) 23, 1911: petitions both for and against referendum clause it was
useless to the subject
division and by the same further.

The Historic Courthouse Project has studied more than 1,000 counties in 13 Midwestern states ('OUNT11.1.. NOT name appearing in several
In DIVIDED: places If the petitions had The Bradford legislators
The movement for creation been carefully compared and being unable to agree on
of a new county out of the the doubles eliminated they anything but a bill with a
Preserving the old county courthouseProject western part of Bradford would have been reduced in referendum clause, the whole

came to an abrupt ending last number, and no one now mailer was brought to Saturday afternoon, at leastso knows which side would have abrupt ending without further
far as this legislature is shown the most names consideration of details\
helps find new for outmoded landmarks concerned.A .
purpose This condition was such as However the advocates of

delegation favoring to raise a doubt in the minds of county division are not

eo division of the county was Ihe legislators as to what discouraged' They do not look
r-tlilorinl; given a hearing some time ago course should be pursued by upon this as a final settlementof
I /J : and filed their petition with them and it was finally the question, but merely asa
Sen. A.Z Adkins and agreed that if the divisionists postponement of it. Those

I ----- County Agents Representatives and would agree upon a line who believe that the creationof
A' Nationwide; ; Trend ......___ By'l t Matthews At that time it was equally dividing the territory a new county is the only

'1 &1 t decided that before any they would then introduce and solution of the vexatious I
I"). Notebook definite was taken the
step ask the legislature to pass a courthouse contentionwill t I
The installation of clocks in the tower ....... Taylor, ( opponents of the movement division bill containing a continue to advocate

ol'the Old Bradford County Courthouse : & should be given a chance for a referendum clause providing county division.

this \\C'I'Iafll'r a wait of three-quarters aassoas
1 'mlt Present
III'| .1 century'. is symbolic of a movement ; N'ti tical conditions economic make and it difficult poli Just about the opposite has

that is ..\\ l'l'pingal'nlSS America in this, for our farmers to make occurred in corn and soy

"iir HIM'ntonmal year of 1976. long-range plans and decisions beans !Farmers have pro-
on what and how much duced more and prices are
from 50 percent to KM)
to percent
The movement is :a sign of reawakening or produce in each
crop year below prices received ,in 1974!
to the value:( historic and architectural J Our green( growers and vegetable -

t ol t these irreplaceable structures. Supplies or availability of j producers found it hard ;y, rV9

anti an ,appreciation of their beauty and things like fuel, fertilizer, 'to make a prolit last year on
machinery and equipml'nt.elnd 'most crops.
cultural influence
the communities -
where t tht-v, exist on '.'-..._-.. ....,.....-- --- labor needed to produce a Apparently the only thingwe
crop or livestock have been
..=.-;. ; = can do on the local or farm Jt
: .
: :. unpredictable during the last .
level to to lie latest
is try net I
Thf trend toward preserving tradi- two or three years The only and best! t information ,
.. :: certainty has been a big increase on crop
t lion.il old courthouses over the nation "", and livestock: situation outlooks p
in cost of these items.
ass ported\, bv William Marlin architecture lor the upcoming[ season

and urban design critic, in the !Markets and prices and make our decisions mi.
received by farmers for their what and how much we will
.JIIIlI.II'Y! 2 issue of The Christian Science w r
and the Once this decision h ,
pression. expression was production have also been unpredictable produce is
:Monitor. ultimately ourselves." especially duringthe made we need to use even'ounce r

longrun.A of our production! elli- lr

In writing of t the importance of pre.ervingr.uch uencv)' on each crop or livestock .y4i, fi :
"America may have been a largely few examples of these entei'prise. Increasedproduction f ffty
buildings :Mr. :Marlin says: rural country when these buildings were unstable! conditions and unpredictable efficiency does not J
Fir ,cars County courthouses have been situations last bushels dt
erected, but the old courthouses signi- always mean more of
more t than symbols of justice. The buildmtjs fied the essential link between varied year were watermelons, corn or more pounds of

were constructed of durable materials greens, corn, soybeans and tobacco corn or more poundsof
and elements of local identity that and separated spots on the map. Now, in several other crops. Watermelon tobacco per acre, nor does it
this Bicentennial period the country is growers in our area always mean more optimum
set one town's special qualities off from once again searching for roots and for were afraid to plant the same production that will give the

those of the next town down the track. linksnot only in our highly citified acreage they did in 1974. much greatest returns for the time
less expand their acreage and invested.
=Now= the Historic Courthouse regions, but also in our outlying, older They knew that fertilizer and money Jesse Kicks, right produced: most t of the furnishings for a new courtroom: facility at the
''I.' Project towns." seed prices were higher and Naval Air Station in Jackson file Ituks, a SUrkr native, has worked. with carpentry all
has documented the desirability of saving To get optimum productionand his life a profession recently lughliiihtrd with .
thought!( that fuel prices-,and promotion to HixxUruflsman by Public
rather than salvaging these special greater efficiency far- Works officer: "ap"harle. W. hales left, and commendation
So Bellaire Mich. and possible fuel shortages mightbe a from the commanding
it-it'ptablt's of local identity and Bell- Starke Fla. are a big problem in getting ,'mers need to do and some advanced officer of the N\S.! Military justice l.('dr. Stephen I. .\we, dons the judge's! brmh for the
not remote at all from the tide of planning work up picture.
.lire, :Muh.. along'ith many other communities national self-assessment and their watermelons to market a production checklist help
will be the better for knowing hopefully, They were also concerned insure success with their crop.
self-discovery, according to Mr. Marlin. about the economy, and won- The checklist should include ;
dirt something'IO.ed. about what the project has Saving old courthouses is not an isolated dered whether the consumer ',selecting the best land available New NAS CourtFurnishings !i I l

issue, in his opinion, no more than thoseof would be willing to buy a luxury for the crop, soil sampling -

Bellaire and Starke are isolated ele- product like a water and liming, planting. the

Surveying more than 1.000 counties ments in their innate quality and char- melon. I best seed available of a Work REZONING:; DENIALPROTESTED

throughout Midwestern: states, the acter in the These reservations limited standard variety proper fertilization -
project targeted a few for special study. the number of acres planted in and plans for controlling -
To The Editor
This has !Florida: This along with pro- insects and disease
process many a critic of architecture and design duction problems in someareas Probably the most important Of Local CraftsmanCrossing !Every d.IY1' see spiraling
county citizens who do not Mr. Marlin deplores demolishing a resulted in less total thing that is often overlooked prices, unemployment lines

normally go around spelling the jargonof stately old courthouse in favor of" yield and available watermelons by many farmers is growing, welfare applications

"culture," into seriously consideringthe building, the design of .a which newcounty for market Transportation 'plans for a market for his the thin line bet- self-emplo>ed( carpenter he increasing, more food stamps

possibility of making the most of the makes a shoe box from J.C. look \ was available and con- 'crop.market Securing before a a buyer seed or is ween carpentry and craftsmanship built cabinets, bookcases offered for the purchase of
present courthouses, either Penney sumers were willing to buy. Starke's Jesse desks! tables and the like groceries, but the man who
as courthouses '
like a work of art: He believes that "the This resulted in some of the planted should be first and Kicks learned recently that has the ambition. and ability to

with other functions housed in clock up on the tower" has yet to strike best watermelon prices foremost in the plans and consideration good works do not go Commendation from Chiefof earn his own livelihood and

nearby buildings or, if not kept for juris- the 11th hour for grace and grandeur in received by our growers in 25 of every crop or unrewarded. Staff K.O. !Ekelund: accompanied support his family in Bradford

prudence, as places for civic, educa- architecture. He that there is to 30 >ears 'farming enterprise a saw:!( bonus for County is told "NO" by the

tional, or cultural activity. argues A new courtroom was the craftsman par excellence. County Commissioners,
still time to decide against demolition, dedicated in September at the

and reason to hope that time is on the IJ(3UB! ( [$( Jl.1JJllll 8 Local Naval Air Station near "That was a total surprise" In :'November; I was issued a

Bellaire, like Starke did not try to side of history and design. Jacksonville providing the commented Kicks building permit by the Zoning

maintain its 1905 courthouse as a headquarters Navy-Marine Corps Trial Board to build a garage on
for county business. It built a a JUBilliam ( Employees Judiciary with a modern, "I have done this all my life, property I own five miles out
Bradford County's old courthouse spacious and attractive and this was the first time of ton on Morgan Road The
new courthouse but did not give up the praised by architects for its "American Graduate At FSP facility, Ricks, a fifteen-year anyone thought I had done building( was completed and
old. retaining it as a lively day and night Romanesque" design is safe from demolition Haas! veteran with the NAS Public something out of the ordinary wiring was inspected and
center of community life. The Veterans Service f)(lIcn : of Florida received ."
feelingwas having been for in Eight employees Works department approved by the Zoning
that in of accepted listing State Prison recently commendation from the Chiefof Board, with
an era
expensive and permission
the National Public Law \9.J 82, The completed walnut
Register of Historic approved
sites, graduated from a four-week Staff for his skill in buildingthe granted for Florida Power to
decreasing in the
of building
quality August 2. 1973, liberalized the furnishings with !Formica tops
a of at the Correctional
gives measure protection.This course \taught courtroom. turn on electricIty.
craftsmanship courthouses done in health care program for Institute at Kaiford were placed in the courtroom

an era of inexpensive labor and quality week's veterans and their dependents The class which concludedDec. Construction of the judge's permanently. Sept. 11 except In late November, I

materials represent a cultural as well as installation of clocks in t2, included the 1,000th bench, IB-foot jury box, Wit- the railings which can be received a registered letter
the tower where illuminated dials will One very important aspectof graduate from CTI, who ness stand and railing beganin adapted for the magnitude of from the Zoning Board tellingme
an economic that
resource cannot be
shine out in every direction from aper- the law pertained to turned out to be CO I George Kick's workship in June, the occasion. to tease work. 1 did this

duplicated today at any price. tures that have been faceless for 74 eligibility for hospital or M Clayton of De Soto> Correctional designed by Roy Brown of The courtroon features then went and talked to the
nursing home care. Prior to maintainance control, Kicks chairman of the board and he
is Institute. raised floors, a first for the
years a significant step toward the of
keep- the law
passage ,
Even as run down as many old courthouses FSP employees graduating said. carpenter and craftsman, for told me I could continue .
ing old veterans under
building viable peacetime the
a part of com- from the 160 hour resident the working until the board met
those judge's bench and
are today, working on the jury box
age of 63 with service before "They were always having
life. This has
munity been done throughthe included John H. on December 30 to make a
course (in military terms "reviewstand"
Historic Courthouse old a
Project found that January 31, 1955, were not trouble with the courtroom .
generosity and community spirit of a Dayan of Gainesville Danny ). decision on re-zoning the
underneath all the dust and thereis eligible for hospital care It wasn't designed for
grime Gill of The chairman told
A. Heights property
small group of local businessmen as their unless they were receiving Keystone it," Ricks said. "We owe a particular debt
usually !grandness and quality of a contribution Charles R. Huson of Kaiford. of me at that time I would haveto
kind that will never be Once toward the success of Bradford disability compensation The James T. Mann of Sanderson gratitude to Mr. Ricks, who abide by the December 30
seen again.
VA now furnish Hicks 55, re-classified spent hours
County's chief Bicentennial] may hospitalcare was many on the
project A. Benjamin Roberts of Lake decision of the Zoning Board
such a building is destroyed it can never the and to any veteran if he is from carpenter to wood- craftsmanship in building the
reconditioning continued L Smith of
usefulness Butler.
be replaced. unable to defray the expensesof Sammy craftsman in July the only furniture for our new On December
30 the
of Zoning
of the old Starke. Charles J. Tyrrell
courthouse "
that has
necessary hospital care. woodcraftsman In the facility, said LCdr. Stephen Board met and
Lake Butler and Richard E. approved by a
As of meant so much to so many people for Eligibility requirements for mamtamance division of the L. Awe, one of the two 3 to 2
one the project officials said, VA Lee of Starke margin my petition to
three-quarters of a Domiciliary care were not NAS. military judges who will
century rezone the
"Before starting on this, I, like most changed. Members of the twenty-fifth utilize the new facilities.. property from
people had never really given that much The Veterans Administration graduating class of CTI heard 'I don't build furniture. I "I hope I can just keep to business. I hada
Their public spirited both Louie Wam- petition from my neighbors
should Secretary
gesture furnish build furnishings, Kicks
thought to how vital and valuable such may up to their expectations within 200 to
who stressed 300 feet of the
set a fine example for of wright, personal said that "
others to enter hospital nursing care to the explaining even as a Ricks said.Lit .
everyday buildings can be- not only in a into the Bicentennial and following: concern about improvementsin proposed garage with all
spirit should
practical sense but, just as important, in -Any veteran for a service- the system. and Lt. Gov signatures except for two
help Bradford -Tlt-
County in the people. The
a deeply emotional one. These were forefront connected disability James 11 Williams .': ::. church which is
of the national trend located next to the
toward property
of the pre- -Any veteran for a non-ser
temples timethe ) real
serving fine old buildings rather than vice-connected disability if he stay neutral' on the
temples where a common faith in matter.
demolishing them. is unable to defray the expenses -

justice could be given uncommon ex of necessary hospital care.A Without my knowledge that

Veteran hose they were going to consider
discharge of release from the 0
.. the matter, on January 5 the
active military, naval or air County Ctonmtstloners

\,9B. Q service was for a disability overrode the Zoning Board'
incurred or aggravated in the approval of the
petition. I am
line of duty.A .
Informed that this U the first
miliijiit4 who is in
person receiptof time for the commisalorera tc
or but for retirement pay
Zoning Board.I .
would be entitled to, disability

p compensation.Any am having to hire
Qrs an attorney
;. BOB G FERGUSON JOHN. MILLER veteran for a non- to fight the commUsioners -
TroN Publishers service-connected disability, decision and since
if such veteran is 65 of I am
Published each Thursday and entered as second Class Maner at the Post Office. at Starke. Fla under Act 'I age or older.U years any prohibited assistance from working,
March 3. 1879 and
you any questions automotive repair work
Subscription rate in trade area $6 per year: $3 50 six months regarding the above or any be greatly appreciated. v/ilj

Outside trade area: *7 per year: M 00 nx montne. veteran matter contact your Graduate of the twenty-fifth claw at the Correctional

J'tonnP Jh4 fi 3f15! Starke Fla. I local County Veterans Service Prison are John
II. ..
Office in the courthouse. Tyrell Charles R, lluson Sammy L.Smith and Benjamin Robert. Dy. Charlea J. P.O. Box 441

Starke, FloridaI'.I





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January 8,1976 TKI.KGKAl'll: ; / 1'unell



8y Joaepldne FontaineRECREATION

The Hampton 4-H Club met
January 5 with 19 membersand
six leaders present. Two
new members were welcomedat
this time. Mrs Grebert
spoke on demonstrations, and
Mr. Parrish gave a demon-
stration on getting more meat
from beef. Mr. Joyner closed
the meeting with prayer and j.ii FS
refreshments were served T N
during the social hour. J
The Hampton Senior '
Citizens held their first
meeting of the New Year on THURCWE?
January 2. Several members 6EQuRnse rl
were absent for various
reasons. Mrs. Frances
Wadsworth is in the ) _
and some were hosrltal. WINN DIXIE. STORES, INCCOPYRIGHT '
Christmas vacations. Games
were enjoyed after a brief
meeting will be held January
16 at 7 p.m. V4.--CANS; A1TOR .HAN<
The Hampton City Council I 4-.I CANS THRIFTY MAID APPLE SAUCE limili w7.5 *r < > h r !'. cifl*
will meet at 8 p.m. Tuesday, ISCANS THRIFTY MAICt .

Office in Starke,will be at the BEANS & POTATOES !. PKOS. CRACKIN' OOODCREMI
City Hall Wednesday, Jan. 14, } !. K6 CIACKIN' 6OOO I-IR. mes. IQTRS.) SUFMRiRANO SANDWICHES
from 10 a m. till noon. He will MARGARINE 16-01.
have list of ]-
a job openings
f, available in this area,and will I-lt. IO AY IS DIXII DARLING DIXIE PIES GREEN BEANS
also register new JO-.i. kOAVIS OIXII DARLINO
for employment at this time. FAMILY BREAD PORK & BEANS 1UI BAYTUNA

.....U.\:' US&:NEIGHBORS' ;
Mr. and Mrs. Marklee I1 II IIA.1
Norman enjoyed Christmas 'b A A
Eve at a dinner with relatives, : ,ILrrTTIsrT!
Limit 4 with *J.SO m H
Mr.and Mrs. Danny Norman,
Boulah Norman, and Handy \
Roberts, all of and
Mr.and Mrs. B. Wise Lawtey, Mr.and MIX OR MATCH MIX OR MATCH M '
Mrs. A.C. Dennison Carl
and Mrs. Ratine of !. CANS THRIFTY MAID limit I with $7.SO r m r purcha
Raymond, Wash were CUT BEETS MAID <>.cif Brett**
weekend guests of Mr. and !. CANS THRIFTY MAID (.Nj
Mrs. Marklee Norman. MIXED VEGETABLES 1 /
enjoyed the holidays touringand rW4 r TOMATO SOUP 1 Astu
visiting through South THRIFTY MAID lO>7-bi. CANS THRIFTY MAID
Florida. _
THRIITY MAID* limi t w7.5O m r* p> K K
two weeks ith her son-in-law PINTO BEANS Ip'i-Bl. CANS THRIFTY MAID ,. )i
Arthur Bruno. Others presentfor SOUP CATSUP)
the Christmas holidays o O js
were Mrs. Barbara Dixon,
sister of Mrs. Bruno, and her
three children, and Mrs. 11 II
t Bruno's daughter Jennie.
Louis Brodsky. brother of 1 1
Mrs. Bruno is visiting with f
their father, Jerry Brodsky.
New Year's dinner guests of ,
taine were Mr. and Mrs. '
William Schaub of Crescent $
City and Florence Schaub of
Long Island. N.Y.
EYE 0'
fo'riends111 regret to learn ROUNDROAST _
that Mr !McAdams enteredthe _-- ; rr
; ...
hospital last week. .._...w.oro SAVE aoaH-ar. SAVE

Evening ClassRegistration u. S. CHOICE LB. '31' _*' ROUND U. S. CHOICE LB. 21'


At ROUND: STEAK LB. $158, < .', ROUND STEAK . $178

KI1II SchoolRegistration )

classes,sponsored for by the night Clay CUBED STEAK $18$ = -' ROAST $139
County Community Kduca-: co. i .
Center, has been set 0
for Monday night, Jan. 12, at
the Keystone Heights High
School between the hours of 7- HARVEST FRESH FLORIDA '

9pm.Classes scheduled to be VINE RIPETomatoes I
offered during the winter term
are Science Physical Fitness
(Women) Upholstery. / "
American History, GED,
Health and Physical Fitness t.
(ml'nl.( )Drawing! and Painting,
Photography Sewing, Typing
Decorating and Sugar Molds

and Keystone English.area residents are POTATOESHARVIST 1 G3 CABBAGE ID

urged to further their
education by signing up for FRISHTEMPLE U.S. NO. IYELLOW

these evening classes. ORANGES 10 ONIONS 3 69C
For more information you -
may contact Mr. C.F. Holmesat
264-7575, coordinator for
Community Education in Clay

John Anderson SLICED BACON . :.": $119 SWEET POTATOES . 2 39C

Head *

Employees ClubJohn FRANKS . . . '!=. 79C MAYONNAISE . . 78C

Anderson is the new $ ,' $159OKRAYSl
president of the Employee'sClub ALL MEAT STEW . . ,. ia9 PIE . . SIZE
of Florida State Prison
Correctional In- L ( o<. POTATO DELIGHT) OR
1976 officers elected with . *
Anderson are Vice-President
Walter Keehn Secretary \
!Muriel Gilhooly, and ,
I I : ii .
Treasurer Nita Richardson. I4\\
Committee chairmen are: \
Mr. and Mrs Raymond ((2 '" a+
Massey, ways and means; R. -- i i-r
Whidden, membership; J. S I Is : V
Richardson, by-laws; K.
Snover bingo; I I. Griffis. I
house; D. Romine, blood If
bank and Mrs. A. Hemme.
community affairs. -
Social activity chairmen are I, (. .
Mrs. T. Fischer teenage; Ii ) _
Mrs. C. Massey, ages 13-15; / t
Mrs. M. Gaskms. pre-teen, :
and Mrs. J. Anderson adult.
Regular activities each ::
month at the club house Include r
weekly meetings of the

club Troop the monthly sponsored 153 and meeting Brownies by Boy of Scout Cub and OPEN SUNDAY 10 6 (L13C14JCDI7BCO( ( ]) 0JiJ3(3{ ( (] ( OPEN SUNDAY 10-6

Pack 153.
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|>a tft. 12 TELEGRAPH January 1978Legals

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St. Mark's ----
scoc Lewis E. RobertsLewis Clinton Buff

Conway,' Mrs Leola Roberts Tuesday afternoon in the Oak
| NOTICE jI IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF ChurchChurch E. Roberts, age 75 of and Mrs. Linnie McCulley, all Grove Primitive Baptist Clinton W. Buff 69, of Route

| Loyree laNier has made Appli- I II BRADFORD COUNTY Keystone Heights died in a of Starke; seven grandchildren Church with Elder Odis Yar- 1, Starke, died Monday Dec. I

| cation to the Bradford County I II FLORIDA end Lest J.cke0n Streets Jacksonville Hospital Tuesday and one great-great borough and Rev. Johnie Yar- 29, in the Gainesville V.A.
THE REVUOHN M. PLYNN. officiating. Burialwas after a long Illness.
Zoning Board for reclassification morning.Mr. grandchild. borough Hospital I
of the property described below Case No.76-1 Roberts was a retired Active pallbearers were the in Oak Grove Cemetery. Born In Pulaski County,

I from EA (Exclusive Agriculture) IN RE: The Marriage of HAL h.6I Thursday, Jan. 8; 4 p.m. yard master of the S.A.L rail. five grandsons of 'the DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Georgia on Nov. 15, 1906. he I

I Ito BA (Business Automotive) BENSON HAMILTON Husband fjJA5 slat Junior Choir Practice; 7:30: road. lie was a Baptist. deceased, Allan Boree, David Home was in charge of had lived in Starke since 1966.

I To build and operate a retail and LEONA H. HAMILTON p.m. Senior Choir Practice. Surviving is his wife, Susan Boree Warren Durban, arrangements. He was a retired timber

automobile part Shop and repair Wife. CQ Sunday, Jan 11: 8:30: a.m. Roberts, one daughter, Mrs. Wayne Durban, and Scott cruiser with St. Regis Paper ,

shop. On 2 acres in Section 35, Holy Eucharist; 9:45: a.m. Myrna Stilwell, Jacksonville, Durban William K. Iliinsen Co., a veteran of World War J

I Township\ 8 South, Range 22 NOTICE OF SUIT Church School; 11 a.m. one son, Edgar Earl Roberts, Graveside services were II, a member of American .

J East intersection of Road 21 and To:Leona H. Hamilton Sunday : Sunday School, Morning Prayer; 5 p.m. Jacksonville, one sister, Mrs. held at 4 p.m. Monday in William K. Hansen, 71, who Legion Post 56, and a memberof Q

I Speedville Road. 404 Chester St. 9:45: a.m. ; Morning! Worship, Junior E.Y.C. Meeting; 6:43: T.K. Ransom, Jacksonville, Riverside Memorial Park lived south of Starke on US-301 the Madison Street Baptist

I This change in classification Is I It Myrtle Beach, S.C. 11 a.m.; Baptist Doctrine p.m. Senior E.Y.C. Meeting. one brother, Pasco Roberts with Rev Joe Martin of near Hampton Junction, died Church.

r I subject to a public hearing to beheld I Study, : ; Evening Monday, Jan. 12: 2:30: p.m. St. Petersburg, and six grand. ficiating. Arrangements were Saturday evening, Jan. 3, in Surviving is his wife, Edith

I on Tuesday January 27 I YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Worship, Lords Supper, 7:30: Girl Scout Troop No. 614. children. in charge of Giddens Funeral Bradford County Hospital Starling Buff; one daughter,

11975 at 7:30: PM in the County an action for dissolution of Tuesday, Jan. 13: 7:30: p.m. Funeral services will be Home, Jacksonville, after a long Illness. Mrs. Marion P. Hawkins of

I Commission room at the I marriage has been filed against p.m.Monday : Girl's Ensemble Vestry Meeting. held Thursday at 3 p.m. at Born in Copenhagen, Starke; two sisters Miss

I Bradford County Court House at I you and you are required to 6a5p.m.1'outhChoir: ; Evan Wednesday, Jan. 14: 2:30: graveside in Riverside Memorial Henry Hunter Denmark on October 20, 1904, Harriett Buff, Columbus Ga.,

I \which time all persons interested serve a copy of your written gelism Conference Jackson p.m. Brownie Troop No. 311, Park Cemetery in Jack- Mr. Hansen had lived in the and Mrs. Calvin V. Morgan,

I j shall be heard for or against the I II defenses, if any to it on \' sonville under the direction of Henry C. Hunter, 72, of United States since 1925 and in Johnson City, Tenn. ; and two

| proposal as specified in the I II RICHARD E. WELTY Attorney Tuesday : Helen Masters PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Route 1, Starke, died Sunday Starke for the past 23 years. grandchildren.Funeral .

| Zoning Code. of Bradford I II for Petitioner, whose address is Group at church 10 a.m.; Ida STAKKE, FLORIDA Home, Keystone Heights. afternoon in Jacksonville. He was a retired building servieces were held

I County. 114 N. Walnut Street, P.O. Box Darby Group at !Mrs. Paul Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. In lieu of flowers contribu Born in Baker County on contractor and a member of Friday, Jan.2, at 2 p.m. in the

995 Starke, Florida, 32091, and Raymond Lorena Epperson Morning Worship, 11 a.m. tions may be made to the Feb. 3, 1H)3.! ) Mr. Hunter was a the Lutheran Church. Madison Street Baptist

A.H. Kiefer, Chairman file the original with the Clerk of Group at Mrs. Ben Baker, 2:30: Rev. J. Reid Cameron, pastor Heart Fund. retired truck driver with Air Survivors include his wife, Church with the pastor, Rev.

I Bradford Co. Zoning Board. the above-styled Court on or p.m.; Junior Choir, 3:30: p.m. ; St. Andrews Presbyterian Control Products. He was a Johnie Terry Hansen; one Denton Sumrall, officiating.

Up 1/8 before February 9, 1976; otherwise Louie Moon Group at Mrs. Church of Jacksonville will member of the Oak Grove Pri- son, Jerry Hansen of Melrose; Interment was in Kingsley

,-------------- a judgment may be entered Betty Phillips Evangelism bring the message. Leta DurbanMrs. mitive Baptist Church north of two daughters: Mrs. IngdrCampcn Lake Cemetery with DeWittC.

PROPOSED (against soul) for the relief Conference Jacksonville, 7:30: Choir Practice: Thursday, 7 Macclenny. of Starke and Mrs Jones Funeral Home in
demanded in the Petition. p.m. Leta Durban, of 3819 Survivors include his wife, Karen Griggs of Gainesville; charge.

AMENDMENT CONSTITUTIONAL WITNESS my hand and the p.m.Wednesday: Family Cedar Forest Drive, East, Nancy' C. Hunter; two step-- two brothers living in Den- .
-------------- died Saturday, Jan 3, in -------------
VOTED ON seal of said Court on the 5th day Supper, 6:15: p.m. ; Sunday The biggest ramlly'problems daughters: Mrs. Gertrude mark, and three grand.
Jacksonville after long
of January 1976. School Workers Mtg., R.A.'s, a Towery and Mrs. Gladys children. Our pretty new secretary
MARCH 9,1976 are those caused illness. She was born in Funeral I services held can't which makes her
G.". 'scteens, World Anderson, both of Jacksonville were spell,
NOTICE OF ELECTION Gilbert S. Brown Friends Mission Friends, 6:45: it-all by know-it-all kids and yes- Graham, the daughter of Mr. ; four step-sons: W.A. Tuesday, Jan. 6, in the DeWitt inability to type a real asset.

WHEREAS The As Clerk of said Court p.m. ; "Hour of Power" 7:30: parents. and Mrs. Chesley Fogg, and Keeneand Harley Keene, both C. Jones Chapel in Starke with Changing Times, The
Legislatureunder -Frank The Wall
Tyger had lived in Jacksonville for .
Rev. Ivan Clements officiating
of Houston Texas Vanice Kiplinger MagazineA
the Constitution of the By: Beulah M. Moody p.m. : Quarterly Business Street Jdtirnal ;
State of Florida, passed Senate Deputy Clerk Mtg. 7:30: p.m. Adult Choir, the past 50 years. Keene of Macclenny, and R.C. The body was to be
Surviving are one daughter,
Resolution No. 1061 1/84tchg 1/29 8:15: p.m. ; Evangelism Con Keene of Jacksonville; two crenia led.
Joint pro- An ecologist wants to clean Mrs. Gracie Lee Boree one
; who
man recently quit
sisters Mrs. Millie Sims of
ference in : --
the Jacksonville.Thursday -----------
amendment to
posing an the world an environ- David E. Durban both of
up ; son, smoking and drinking said,
Constitution of the State of Florida : Visitation, 9:30: mentalist wants you to clean Jacksonville one brother, Dade City and Mrs. Louise A genius is one who shootsat
-------------- ; "I've never felt better or
Richards Auhurndale
and they did determine and a.m. ; Visitation, 7 p.m. of : 14 something no one else can
yard. "
NOTICE UNDER up your Jewett C. Fogg, Starke; four and worse in my whole life.
direct that the said Senate Joint Saturday : Bus Ministry -Bill grandchildren 19 great see and hits it.
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Copeland In sisters Mrs. Leesy Johns, -Earl Wilson, Publishers
Resolution be submitted to the Visitation, 9 a.m.; Youth Visitation Sarasota Fla.. Journal grandchildren. -The Lutheran Digest
Notice Is Hereby Oven that Macclenny;; Mrs. Lillian Funeral services were held Hall/ Syndicateit's
of p.m.
electors of the State Florida the undersigned, desiring to

at a Special Election to be held engage in business under the

on the second Tuesday in fictitious name of Town House :: ":::::::::::::::::::: WtiCrJ :::::: :;::::::::::;::::::::! :::::::::::::ij

March, 1976; Enterprises, Apartments, a/k/a/ ; "! : a fact.. E GLE Sale on Thursday
NOW, THEREFORE I, T.H.E. Apartments, a/k/a THE j Of Thanks Oil CHUHTTISMl JI-Ia ,
BRUCE A. SMATHERS, Secre- Apartments, at 922 Brownlee -. .. .. ... ... .. ... SDIDAIIAGU AMYWNlAI friday and Saturday
.. ... ....... .. THAN
'O"W'x.x. .:::::: :: 6I
tary of State of the State of Flo- Street, in the City of Starke :> :::::::::::::::: :: ;:;:::: IIS IN fiailDJk.

rida, do hereby give notice that a Florida 32091 intends to registerthe I wish to say many many /IANDSI why? price FAMILY DISCOUNT STOffrS '
Special Electron will be held in said name with the Clerk of
thanks to all the nice people
each County in Florida, on the the Circuit Court of Bradford
living in Starke that made phone
second Tuesday in March County, Florida calls, sent cards and gave dona-
which date is March 9, 1976, for
tions of food, while I was ill. NATIONAL BRANDS SALE
the ratification or rejection of the MORTIMER B. BATES. JR. Special thanks to Mr. and
Senate Joint Resolution
propos- JOHN W. BATES Mrs. Wm Richards and Mr. and
ing an amendment to the Con- GEORGE D. BATES, JR.
Mrs. Walter Richardson for the

viz stitution: of the State of Florida; MORTIMER BILLY YON B. BATES.PEACOCK 3rd transportation North Florida Regional to and from Hospital.the TAe names you know and trust at lower than low prices!

LEEWOOD B. WOODELL And final thanks to our neighbor -=
Senate Joint ResolutionNo. RICHARD S. BATES :::> :: Iconversel. "
1061 Mrs. Marian Neats \who took ( <:::> .
LONNIE MCMILLANw. such good care of Mr. Morton at 1M
A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing NORMAN MCMILLAN meal times. Fhidson'F' S h
an amendment to
12/184tchg 1/8 I will never forget all the kind- .
Section 9 Article VII of the t,
ness shown me. rl I l o... A GREAT EAGLE VALUE! \\\.JIY\
State Constitution to "
relating Emma Morton II s \\IJ\: > i GET WITHMEN'S .
local ad valorem taxes. ------------- 1 1h. -. ,. :
Be It Resolved by the Legislature / IN THE CIRCUIT COURT ".. t ... s
of the State of Florida: EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN r SAVE ID '
That the following amend- AND FOR BRADFORD LegalsNOTICE; L. MOT 9i Bt9 NATIONALLY AT 510 e
ment to Section 9 of Article VII COUNTY, FLORIDA FOR THE WHOLE FAMLY f
of the State Constitution is here WTWrrt g 4.9.
by agreed to and shall be sub- Fite No..1-2354.-__ APPLICATIONFOR SAVE 21'6 L SAVE 18'; SAVE 46.: 1.88 GIRLS' .; .,d
mined the electors of this Case No. 75303CPIN
to TAX DEED A lop lobe! at. o giant discount! ,
state for approval or rejection at DISCOUNT' PRICI WAS Off You get the flora leg styling, I
the general election to be held in RE: ESTATE OF NELLE 49C 44 4/77 Boys'youths was.3-89-now 2.88 tKe near tailoring, .the patternsand 0 \
.w. 4.88-now 3.B8
want i
I -
Deceased. that W.C POWELL the !holderof ,_ fraction of .the usual price1' All 1AhN0. !
the following certificates has QUAKER STATE HD-tt SOAK UP THE SAVINGS! SYLVANIA LIGHT BULBS- L petmonon'p..poly..eollon ... \
FINANCE AND TAXATION NOTICE OF PROBATE filed said certificates for a tax ENGINE CLEAN PURRING TOWELS, 162 ONE-PLY 40, SO,T! AND 100 MATT a f y w' ,
deed be issued thereon. The
SECTION 9. Local Taxes.-
COUNTY OF DUVALTo certificate numbers and years of
the of the 1r ,
lal) Counties, school districts, issuance description SAVE 19"I : Lf p Ar ;
and the in
all interested in property names t
and municipalities shall and persons the
which it was assessed are as J-WAX NO-BUFF converse. -
estate of said decedent I
special districts may. be : : I CAR WAX lP -
authorized by law to levy ad You are hereby notified that a follows: DELIVERS DEEP, a TOP NAME IN TENNIS
written instrument to Certificate No 119 SHOES FOR MEN ft WOMEN
valorem taxes and may be purporting LASTING SHINE
authorized by general law to levy be the last will and testament of Year of Issuance 1971 1"-\I I

other taxes, for their respective said decedent has been admittedto Description of Property: BEG AT arm I
probate in said court. f 1,
purposes except ad valorem I Posture Foundation Sanitized. f irxs21
SLY 750', W 1000' TO ELY R/W \i
taxes on intangible personal pro. You are hereby commanded Men s 7.17 women's 5-10 'r
perty and taxes prohibited by within six calendar months from ... \ ,
this constitution. the date of the first publicationof TON LINE OF NW'. OF NW'/., SAVE 23 e SAVE 23.:
this notice to appear in said NI-TEMPBRAKE rl '

Ibl( ) Ad valorem taxes, exclu- court and show cause, .if any LOT 150' E&W BY 240' N & S FLUID. 12 OZ. : nt ,ji. 4e r .d .
eve of taxes levied for the payment you can, why the action of said I
of bonds and taxes levied court in admitting said \will to NW' OF NW'/i & EX PARCELS E-Z FOIL ALUMINUM COOKWARE 2-PACK' BURGESS 0-CELL '

for periods not longer than two probate should not stand IN OR 75- 451, 452, 453 I YOU CAN TOSS AWAY OR CARBON ZINC BATTERIES t C nuerse r
years when authorized by vote unrevoked. SEC: 24, TWP 8-S, R22. I REUSE TIME ft TIME AGAIN PROMISE GOOD PERFORMANCE ) w SAVE LOO SAVE 13e

Name in which assessed: t 'LOU BROCK' BASKETBALL
of the electors who are the MEN'S WESTERN SHIRTS BAN-LON NYLON KNIT POLO
owners of freeholds therein not Elsie S. Sanders Joseph A. WelchAll r :=-.:"' I SAVE 23.% 11. SHOESBYFAr.oOUSCOHVERSE IN BLUE CHAMBRAY SHIRTS HAVE SILKY FEELTu
wholly from taxation, Circuit JudgeFor of said property being in the Magicolor' \: : Crmom ,
exempt .
..... 8SAVE
of Bradford State of S. WAS r.1t
shall not be levied in excess of the Eighth Judicial CLEANS, DISINFECTS 4.14 Em! 1sT
the following\/ millages upon the Circuit In and For Florida. 'r-d DEODORIZES GLASSWARE Cushion, heel, cpmloil arch
assessed value of real estate and Bradford County, Fla. Unless such certificate or SET, I PC.IS plus tpartv. 'Die'stripes' .17 With" front, and bock yokes, ranch Cut far active comfoft-it's his

tangible personal property: for By: Lila R. Yawn, certificates shall be redeemed ......___,._ JIIiJIfII i style snaps, flap pockets. long avorile leisure shirt* Placket i

all county purposes, ten mills; Clerk according to law the property 1'IIJIi'!! :: 1 0 0 I.WrI. y sleeves Blue sues, M, L XL trim buttoned pocket S.M.L.XL

12/18 1/8/ described in such certificate or Ili usaiC'
for all municipal purposes, ten 4tchg !liJ r s.3.hTRusheet .e.
:: Y
mills; for all school purposes, ten certificates will be sold to the LenAGaa.Fs.n' i
highest bidder at the court
mills for +
; water management ,
for the northwest house door on the 20th day of ... 1r >
purposes -------------- 1976. ---. SAVE 25.: :P I l
January "
portion of the state lying west of 1 "
T-- ''
Dated this 17th day of PLANTERS ka 1
the line between two and e ; .
ranges EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF December, 1975. DRY ROASTED i I i. !
three east 0.05 mil; for water t" f.r x18e
management purposes for the BRADFORD COUNTY GILBERT S. BROWN, Clerk l 25'. FOR HIS CASUAL HOURS i psLp r 1
remaining portions of the state, QT. MAGICOLOR RUSTREAT 1 18 A v I
'.0 mill; and for all other special By Beulah M. Moody LATEX GLOSS ENAMEL- 100 SO. FT. GLAD WRAP WAS Np1
CIVIL ACTION Clerk of Circuit Court of peanuU CLINGS !T i !
districts a millage authorized by WITH SOAP 1 WATER CLEANUP r s 1Je STRETCHES SEALS 5 ps 0 '
CASE No. 75366In / r
Bradford Florida. 12/24
law approved by vote of the Eosywalkm'creperubber soles / !
electors who of freeholds 4tchg 1'15 are slip-resistant, Tan .12 '
are owners .
The -------- y
re' Marriage CHARLESA. ------ pcst EI ', -, b
therein not wholly exempt DENT husband and BERTIE it r.
from taxation A furnishing NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Ov \ 'c v
DENT Wife. .
municipal services may, to REGISTER t ] J 1 }CvAeie s, Y uAevs.. SAVE 1.00 SAVE 1.00rN
the extent authorized by law NOTICE OF SUIT- FICTITIOUS NAME v v r X. 4{ I I FOR HIM! FAMOUS/ MAKE DICKIES WORK PANTS t: r

levy additional taxes within the NO PROPERTYTo :.. .. r r LEISURE JACKETS WITH SOIL RELEASE!
limits fixed" for municipal pur Pursuant to Section 865.09
CANNON; I. .'.
Florida Statutes notice is I .. I
poses. : //:\ sae 2 ] I..'atS.t
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED hereby given that the underSigned \i
Bertie Helen .
Jones Dent ... iLJ.
that the following statement be Cleo Price, Rt, 1 /.. .\ i'". Sensational selection ,
of Exclusive
C/o Eugene Wyman, hy ::; ,/.r, SAVE 20.i 1 colors Shape Sal eliminates E
placed on the ballot. Ault Rd., Melrose Bradford County \eA> \, and blends, including, 100A polyester even'touchup'domngrCanon., '
Signal Mountain Tenn. Florida 32666, doing business SAVE 24.. SAVE 2J.. SAVE 13.. -- DIAMOND JOY BY LOVABLE knits, Sizes 5 M. L. XL polyester blend Colo..1.
37377 HOUSE OF GINGER", Rt. I I. WAS 1: i
w"l J :\ w1M
m .... .AS 'v.
ARTICLE VII.SECTION YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Melrose. Bradford County, 1.4. U &i,.! 1'iWAS '

9 an action for Dissolution of Florida 32666 intends to register TEMPEST II PROPANE FUEL KWIKKOVER SELF-STICK WRAP YOURSELF IN LUSH Seamed. ,seanvfreecrossovtrs.. ., ./" I ,, ',(r-r.: r> C
Proposing an amendment to Marriage has been filed against said fictitious name under the TO REFILL YOUR TORCH, VINYL PROTECTS AS IT 'N LOVELY BATH TOWELS Fberidllnd,32-38A.C, \ /. t'Y1' .P; .
the State Constitution authorizing provisions of aforesaid statute. NEATER LANTERN, STOVE DECORATES YOUR SHELVES BY FAMOUS! CANNON s \ -+ fI
you Bertie Helen Jones Dent l \ .
and local for Cleo Price, sole owner. "' :
limiting taxes !
and B'i F
you are required to serve a I '
: .
VD.II:1. J
1st of January : .
water management purposes to copy of your written defenses, if Dated this day / S\pp ./' p'---_ HAIR SPRAY! OZ. "" L
than ((1)) mill. A D., 1976 at Melrose, Florida. (12 .. r
not more one any to it, on the plaintiff's attorney Y / RIO. I 1HTRA HOLD .' ,-.-, .
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whose name and ad- ly SAV1 rR0.V5 I
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dress Dudley P. .
Hardy, Esq., ( .
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have hereunto set hand and / . '
Pierce & Hardy, P.A., P.O. 1..1..
affixed the Great Seal of the Drawer 1030 Starke Florida, AND CREDITORSAll \ //t --- SAVI 19% 11\ ''' 1i Ef

State of Florida at Tallahassee, 32091, and file the original with persons having claims or A \ / I OZ. COLGATE_ TOOTH PASTE t1I "..,il

the Capital, this the 30 day of the clerk of the above styled demands against the Estate of SPxzayN SAVE 13..

December, A.D., 1975. court on or before January 13, Eva Rigdon Gentry, late of FAMOUS DENIM'' JEANS IN I ALL FIRST quAUTY!

1976; otherwise a judgment may Macon, Bibb County Georgia, SAVE 2.00 SAYE 2.09 A'wiiz WASlge MISIES' SIZES I BOYS'NO-IAaJEANS
BRUCE SMATHERS be entered against you for the deceased, must file same in the RAs.a

SECRETARY OF STATE relief demanded in the complaint Circuit Court of Florida 8th I s.vs m }IT a
1/82tchg 1/22 or petition. Judicial Circuit, in and for Brad- 'ST= S u'H rA1 VICKS FORMULA M eAiulA; 1

-------------- WITNESS my hand and the ford County, within six calendar COUGH MXTURE-10Z. %.... Fly front, neat yoke back, authentic Good looking, .potteins. solidcol S
seal of said Court on December months from the date of the first SPALDING PANCMO GONZALES FAMOUS BLANKETS 'IN COZY NOTHING LIKE REALLY FRESH :r"_. bat lacked construction. ersY...'Ilfmd/ely.sle'Conon. :3 J
We'd all like a reputation 15 1975. of this notice. PRO CHAMP TENNS "RACKET ACRYUCORPOLYESTER.' JUICE! PROCTOR-SILEKJUICIT .tae D 1005carond.mminas.sad. andlW'leoeantalltadond
for generosity, and we'd all publication This 11th day of December, PLUS I BALLS VINYL COVER H Kf" FITS TWIN Oil FULL DOES IT IN AN INSTANT .." a cal..... Sues 8 IB. 'far a boy's busy Ie"""" .. 88.LI. D

like to buy It cheap. Glbert S. Brown 1975. r

Mignon Mclaughlin. As Clerk of said Court EAOLE.THE CONVENIENT 312 Madison St. Pack Reg. & Kings 100's
The Nturotic't Nnfrboofe By: Boulah M. MoodyAs Vida Jean G. Beall, FAMILY DISCOUNT STORES CIGARETTES

(Bobbs-Mtrrill) Deputy Clerk Executrix Op n daily B'tilS. Sunday 'til 0 964-7513 47' $455 $45

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Christinas carols were sung, 'r FOR RENT r .r.FOR SAlf 1 CadillacoldsmobileSales
jifts exchanged, and coffee, Desdllne for Insertion A Service BABIES-GIRLS-

ake, ice cream and candies Tuesday Noon preceding e Fine Selection Of Used BOYS-WOMEN-MEN
ere served. The spirit of Thursday before publlcatlooI. Cart Taken On w.
oving and giving prevailed.As I FOR RENT: Small furnished apt. FOR SALE 1 acre homesites Real Facts / ll l Wl t dlA'on Cadillac Trades BELTSIn

we approach our 200th Minimum Charge' .OO $70 per mo. Utilities fur- Crosby Lake Estates, 2 mi.W. 2001 N.W. 13 378.5301GAINESVILLE sizes 1 18 to 58
irthday we say, "Hail (Covers IS Words) nished, Millard Judd, 127 of Starke on RD 100. Owner Real ,

lorious America,"the land of Each word over IS Lafayette St. 9645951. Itchg financed, 964-6488, tfchg.MISCELLANEOUS. fC RE LTX ft- WESTERN SHIRTS

ropes and dreams, where 10 cents 1/8 ------------ ; i I Estate INDIAN MOCCASINSat

sveryone can organize, speak -
heir piece and assemble 411 Classified Ads must lie FOR RENT: 2 bedroom fur- 'iJC CARRADINE'S

reely. Looking backwards, paid for In advance unless you nished trailer,3 miles South of r 1

e have had our trials and tri- ,, have( an established account Starko off 301. $100 per We Buy Or Sell Lawtey. Florida 782-3400

lationa. Historically it hasn :WIth the Telegraph, In thai month plus utilities. !9646615. ce11 Terwillegar 13tchg 2/12

: good times and hard levent 50 cents extra charge 1tp 1/8 Most people do not have the necessary cash stashed awayto 73
imes, but always with the for billing. Not responsible for ------------ LOSE WEIGHT GMC Grand Sierra
safely and fai. pay the full purchase price of a house so a deposit Is
rust towards improvement. errors when given over the FOR RENT: Unfurnished, 3 bedroom with X-11 diet plan 300. usually required to "bind" the house until a loan can be Loaded V4 T. PU Jimmy Moore's

We've come a long way from phone or when copy Is not house, 964-6841. Itchg Reduce excess fluids with X- secured and a formal contract can be signed. This protects $1800 .
the poor farm or poor house. typed and brought. to the office. ------------ Pel $3.00, KOCH DRUGS. 1/8 both the buyer and the seller. Sun Sports
{Young people today don't FOR RENT: 3 bedroom unfur- 15tchg 4/15
I Usually this deposit amounts to only a small amount and
i member. Today we have nished brick: house Pine- ------ ----.-- gives the prospective buyer an opportunity to secure the loan 70 Rambler Sta Wag. MORE BOAT FOR

individual incomes (social breeze sub-division. 964-7467. NEED TO RENT: 2 bedroom fur- for the major portion of the sale price. A majority of people 'YOUR MONEY TF

.4 ecurity), hospitalization Itchg 1/8 nished house or apartment, who purchase homes are not wealthy. Most art middle class Loaded I STARKE PH-' 964.5791

(medicare), supplementary PERSONALSERVICT I IIIt1 preferably on lake. Retired Americans who have to borrow monty for the purchase and $800 COMPLETE OUTBOARD &

security income, food stamps, couple. Ph. 964-8490 repay it over a period of years. I STERN DRIVE SERVICE
; x>me makers service, CUBB 't fqr- evenings. 1tp 1/8 Dont miss your opportunity to buy a home. Let us know 'AND REPAIR

Economic Agency, Neigh ---,....-------- your needs and look over our selection of available homes. 69 Ford F-100 % T PU !
borhood Service Centers FIBERGLASS
ALCOHOLICS : puppies
ANONYMOUS: to good $900 '
Division of .REPAIR
114 Christian Street Storks homes. Call 964-6078 and ask
Mental Health Clinics, Public Fla. Thursdays and Sundays, SUZUKI OF STARKE: Your for Bruce or Becky. After 5, CUSTOM BUILT FIBERGLASS
ealth Centers Senior 8 p.m. Call 964-5709,964-5434 authorized Suzuki Dealer. 9645262. 1tp 1/8 In the country..Not quite six years old..3 BR 2B, 68 Pont GTO ( FISHING BOATS
itizens Clubs, and nursing CH&A Concrete Block with lots of built-ins..20 acre with
or 964-6894. 1/1 11tp 3/5 Phone 964-6020.304 East Call ------------
unes. The latter, fa general, Street. tfchg. spring fed creek..large, nw barn..Conveniently located on $600
re not what they ought to be. ---------- HAVE YOUR SOW or gilt bredto Rd. 225.
Only by strict inspection and Yorkshire boar, $15 or a pig ACREAGEAND
NOW OPEN: Sonlight Mission from litter. 67 Ford
supervision can they meet Variety Store Pick-up available.By Two very nice mobile homes..with many extras and in excellent Mustang

\ these necessary benefits standards.must be All im of Temple Ave. If you at are 341 in need N. 12/253tp appointment 1/8 7823635. condition. $600 U.S. 301 HWY
of clothing,etc. come see us. r WANTED J JHELP -
proved. We'll and Former filling station In Lawtey which could be used for FRONTAGESEVEN
try help you. tfchg
I Senior Citizens Clubs are antique shop fresh fruit &vegetable stand, body shop or you 473-3300
------------ auroMOB-----
.playing a vital role in our SONLIGHT MISSION: Christian name it. Low down payment.Office Any Time
daily lives, providing a
[ book store at 321 N. Temple FOR YOURSELF: LUZIER -- --
common meeting place to air Ave. now open with limited COSMETICS has the answer USEDFOR and apartment.341 N. Temple..good location and a

our grievances, find com- stock. Many sets of encyclo- for women who need extra reasonable price.
Be Sold At
panionship, and prevent Call Louise Stem -----
pedias on special sale for money. 5 Acres
Isolation. clearance, Scofield Bible 964-5616. Division of dairol. SALE: 1971 Ambassador 4 Thirty or forty acres on Rd. 11 which could be used as a Prices Far

A child starts becoming a cials, also many, many spe-sermon 1/8 3tchg 1/22 dr. V-8, automatic, power beautiful homeslte and farm or developed. Access to High & Dry
senior citizen the day he or she booklets distributed free ------------ steering and brakes AM.FM Hampton Lake is |lust across the d..Convenient for Clay County BELOWTax

is born. It is not such a longtime to tfchg. radio & air.. Excellent all fishing skiing and swimming. Assessments
until the 65th everyone. MAID WANTED: Apply In $7,500
around condition. $850. Ph. -----
Senor ------------
In the 1930's, the HOUStS person at Jo-Lu Motel. tfchg. 782.3172 Lawtey. 1tp 1/8 We have a nearly new brick hom..3 BR IVi B..central --- -
Citizen was one in six of our &TRAILERS pressure ------------ lot..Out of limits..low interest rate.
washed with chemicals.Wash --- --- - heat..large city Only $1,125 down SMALL DOWNPAYMENTS
population. Today, we are one -----
In three. the end of this away dirt and mildew Guar- FOR SALE: 1965 CMC: V-6, $78.12 per mo.
By An attractive and comfortable new home is going up on
century, we will equal half of anteed._Ph. 4732213. tfchg. SALE Tall long wheel base Standard. Colley Road. The price is also attractive and comfortable I for 10 years
--- -------- [ FOR J Ofrl-8725. Up 12:1: Balance.
our population. The corner lot has pretty trees. This could be yours..and If

; Birth control measures will POSITION DESIRED: 'Young you see us now..you can select your Interior and exterior Owner Financed at 8%
curb the population explosion, woman 38 will live In and care colors tile, carpet hardware A wallpaper. L.K.Edwards, III

but those of us who are here for elderly. 4681316. tfchg. PORCH SALE: Clothes, shoes, & Asso. Inc. Ph. 468-1551ttchg
will constantly swell the ranks weights, material, door, HOUSES FOR SALEFOR 473.2669

J:of the Senior Citizens. AVON CALLING: To buy or sell heaters, bed spreads and Cecelia T. Terwillegar, Reg. Real Estate Broker 21 N.
< We have problems and will Avon. Call 756-2807: or write more.Sat, 10 a.m. till.-607 N. 204 West Madison Avenue Starke, Florida Hwy. ,S- - -

"through I continue to have them. Onlyorganization Lorna Oyatt, P.O. Box 220 St. dair, 9646888. Itp 1/8 SALE: By Owner. CB home OFFICE PHONE 964.7776 Keystone- Heights I Well Drilling\ I II
; Lake City, Florida. tfchg.
( ------------ ft
with C/A H. Large lot l
discussion and legislation can ------------
. FOR SALE: 19" television located in I ,
Keystone -
Heights -
2" Thru 6"I
meet and solve them. 1976 -
. .we TV REPAIRS & SERVICE: Also Zenith black&white portable, -
lake privileges. Low J.
. can be the year of "The Senior used TV for sale $29.95 and all channels good condition. down payment. Call 964-7767 Floriland Realty Long Champ CELECTROLVSales.: I Fast Rotary t <-
Citizen" Inflation is
away the base of society.eating Hour pliances.up. Used Plumbing furniture and and bath-ap- $30.782-3881. Itp 1/8 after 5pm. 1/82tp 1/15 393.N.. Temple Ave. I Drilling Equipment t tt
-- ---------- Home and .
--- --- ----- Service Supplies
economists and legislatorscan room fixtures. Wood stoves FOR SALE 4.29 2
defeat this curse, as wellas kerosene, gas and electric bedroom :house In acres country., FOR SALE: By Owner, 3 bed- Fum. House on V4 acre Near BuildingMaterials BOB MILNER 964-7604 t State Licensed t

chronic unemployment, heaters:THE BARGAIN CEN-- Completely remodeled in last room block house, 1 bath in Good fishing area.
and city limits. Good locale 5 - 11/20 1310 12
work for
doggedly peaceon TER, 301 South. tfchg 2 Other Improvements <
earth years. blocks from grocery store 5 3 A. on Bessent Road. Other lots : I PumpsNew I
our ------------ paved road. Ph. 9648436.184tp
behind the blocks from high school. in City for Sale.
justice for all and malice Sales installation: 15000. Ph. 964-6855 after 5 - "YOUR PLANS OR OURS RUBBER t t tt
service, -
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towards none, we can and will p.m. Itp 1/8 House on 13th St. Jax. Ra. YOUR LOT OR OURS" .
& Used
stereos, phono, reel-reel, FOR SALE: Milch\ cow, Souix
-- ---- -- ----- - t t
the future
face with
con- tapes, caaeetes radioe. Work Valve grinding machine, -FREE ESTIMATES-
fidenceWe FOR SALF: By Owner 1 3 BR 1 Bath on Comer Lot. Sales-/ PartsService
guaranteed. 156-A West Call, complete. Brake drum lathe. acre ,
want and need you. 964-7329.: trchg. 7823715. Itp 1/8 with 2 bedroom frame house Mostly financed. REMODELING REPAIRS )

Make your New Year -------- ----. ------------ out of city limits. Privata and - ADDITIONS STAMPS E-Z Terms
Resolution to join our club. FOR SALE: Chickens for deepfreeze secluded. 7500. Ph. 964- If you own property outside of HOMES BOUGHT

We meet January 13 at 1 p.m. BILL'S SAW SHOP: Complete 50 cents each. Also 6855 after 5 p.m Itp 1/8 county ft want to sell, See I I'll.' SOLD TRADED 110 W Call St I I Plumbing\\ I
in the Pratt Street Recreation service, circular
sharpening free puppies. Call 9648191.1tp ------ ------ ACREAGE FOR SAL
Center. You are welcome. hand, carbide, chain, mower 1/8 VERNIE P. ODOM Made To Order
2 BR
: Champion
hollow and 9646853Hwy
Joe Kerrigan blade ground Reg. Broker
----- ------- I New /
mobile home Air cond. front Installation/
balanced. Leave at Jackson '9645q/n ab4-7700 TR Th. Offica Shop
Building Supply Starke or FOR SALE: Mobile Home Parts kitchen. Call 9645606. Itchg 301- S- Starke-
andsupplies OLIN'S MOBILE I Remodeling
Keystone Heights
FFA AlumniAssociation dchg.- HOME SALES 100 W. Davidson
Hwy. -- -
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10x 20 PATIO COVERS: Homes Starke, 964-5606 tfchg. .Mobile Home Park I Repairs
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and mobile' homes. $180 END MULTIPLE In City Limits

installed $140, unnstaltod. 10x20 PATIO COVER: Installed FOUND IDurranc

Being FormedFormer GATOR MOBILE HOME $18600 uninstalled 14000. C LISTINGS $30 Per Mo.

SERVICE CO. Ph. 372-9767. Gator Mobile Home Service .c1liarr.. areort. Walk To New

Gainesville. trchg.---- 372.9767. tfchg. REAL ..ESTATESfcnjnfiT 4 BR 2 bath, % acre Will trade I Pumps & Supply I
Bradford County FOUND Jacket Shopping Center
road. Owner
----- ------ -- ---- : on $7,000 equity for land or some
FFA member Jimmy Alvarez may claim by verbally identifying '" l wrtr.u o. thing else of equal value. Cily-Gas, Wile'a Sewer Company
I WOULD UKE to baby sit for FOR SALE 12x64 Artcraft
has been named a director (oran and paying for this ad. Ph.
alumni association being your infant in my home \week mobile home, partially furnished 964-6560 after 5pm. Itp 1/8 STARKE On 301 South 1864 N. Temple Ave.
formed for the FFA days. Call 964-6153. 1tp 1/8 or unfurnished. Two very neat 2 BR frame 2 BR 4 acres $6,500
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organization in Florida. ------------ Washer dryer air, concrete houses with ref. ft stoves Both. Jolu Motel I Starke

Alvarez is a former HOME REMODELING AND steps $4,300. 964-8341 or Mr. FOUND: Redbone, black & tan $14,000 Handyman special $7,500 ; I
of the Bradford REPAIR: Master electrician, Milton 9648673.tfchg.- deer hound near Bayless Hwy. - II 1. 964-7061 TF

High president FFA chapter former plumber & carpenter.Reasonable --- Ph. 964-6653.. 1tp 1/8 2 stove BR -1 $7,500 bath frame with ref. ft 4 BR, 2 lots $10,500 I __ --'
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state FFA president, and a rates. 964- 087. TOP SOIL, FILL DIRT: 6 days a - -. 2BR, 1 acre $7,500

former national FFA officer. 1/14tp 1.22 week, dozer work and 3 BR frame cent heat/air, I OPEN DAILY
W.R. "Chops" Hancock of ------------ dragline work. CaN 468-1873, 10 ACRES fenced cor. lot $15,000. 2 BR lakefront $22,000 : ('1 X*;

Leesburg is chairman of the Star Rt Hampton, STEPHEN - \ PUBLIC CONSIGNMENT
group. Hancock is being SEWING MACHINES'repaired., SMITH LANDFILL tfchg."' 10 From Off SR.J00.3 BR $22,000 .
al makes cleaned oiled and Minutes 2 BR frame stove & ref. AUCTIONSSATURDAY
assisted in the formation and
adjusted, $7. Work guar Keystone Heights 3 BR 2 $24.500Southgate.
,inning of the activities for anteed. James Strickland, FOR SALE:.Camere, Petri 36mm - acres -

he new association by comer Morgan Road ft Hwy single-lens reflex, with case. 8.71 acres SR-100-S $15,500LAWTEY 3 BR $26,000
Per Acre
ommissioner of Agriculture Excellent condition, $125 - -
16. tfchg JANUARY 17 -10 a.m.
Doyle Conner. ------,------ '964-5875 tfpd Per Mo. Lawtey 3 BR brick $31,000 ,
The alumni group will be ------------ 159" 3 BR Alum siding, chain link
of former studentsof '. AUCTIONS 3rd SAT. EVERY MONTHWe
composed fence 3,500
vocational MOBILE HOME MOVING: Also SONLIGHT MISSION TRUCKwill NO LOW LAND Keystone 3 BR brick $44.000
agriculture, - -
mobile home hurricane
parents of present students, pick up any unneeded ,,2 BR frame $8,400 terms are Now Accepting/
and mobile home roof articles Mon WEST CENTRAL Hampton-1 Yt acres $9,200
Wed., Fri. Call
agriculture teachers and coating din's MOBILE Home 964-8618 > EALTY, INC, Equipment For Our January Sale
individuals interested in the day or night. tfchg. 7.2 Acres $2000
Service 964-6606. St. Rd. Broker per acre .
2 75
Registered Lawtey acres $9.500
FFA. 16W ft Jet. 233 Starke, Fla. 1-378-2308 Anytime - Call Us About Bringing In Your
Purposes of the alumni tfchg WATSON'S Call 2Vi acre wooded lots terms .
Evenings : Lawtey 4.4 acres $9,500 Farm, Industrial & Construction Equipmentof
association are to get - -
------------ Art Patray
members Involved in activities 473-Zit39 12 acres fenced, well, pole ft 2 canal lots, $3,300 All Kinds Now. ..-
of the local programby Many brands of new vacuums. septic tank $15,000' terms
bringing recognition\ to TYPEWRITER NEED ? Come ,by The Used machines available., - 4 canal tots, $7,800 Bring Your Equipment to the Market Place -

deserving FFA members, Expert Repairs all makes. See us for Nobel Homes on your
publicizing the FFA and Office Shop and pick up some Parts and Accessories for all 3 BR. 2 bath CB, dwg. on extra tot. 5 to 6 acre tracts on the Santa Fe CONVERT SURPLUS EQUIPMENT TO CASH
liquid or sheet cleaner for your Rnnr $2.000/acre
agricultural edjcation: and vacuums. Built in central large cor. lot in CIty. w/swim-

promoting knowledge and typewriter. vacuum cleaning systems 712 mmg pool, central heat & air m' IAWTET lie l% acre MH, terms $5,000 C NgEO N. E. FLORIDA EQUIPMENT BOND/
understanding of the total N. Main Gainesville 3767110.tf conditioning. i 7823806LJr.r AUCTION e

agricultural program. - ....a.....,.i. a .., r.. 7 acres in town $18,000 I
------------ 176 Acres Brooker area, some
U. S. 17 North Green Cove Springs
t FOR RENT 1 REDUCE safe & fast with planted pines. 10 acres, Theresa $12.500'
PreSchoolStory - JAX. 282-4389
GOBESE TABLETS ft E-VAP Ph. ((904)284-5977)
"Water Pills" ANDREWS '4 BR Frame House, Fireplace Lawtey 10 acres $11,000" JAX TOLL FREE

Hour Set PHARMACY 356 W. Central Heat 6 Air, 12 acres, UNITED FARM AGENCY, I INC

FOR RENT: Furnished, 2 bedroom Madison, Starke. 12/11 4tp .paved rd Reg. Real Estate Broker Peetsville 11 acres $ OOOO

At LibraryThe duplex apt. on Kingsley 1/1 - 206 S.Water St.

Lake, air condition, private ---------- 162 acres mobile home sites, National AdvertisingPaul Garage business with house or' Olin'sSubdivisionEt'I

Bradford County Public dock. Call 964-5391._ tfchg. FOR SALE::By owner.'S:; OT' ,28. NW. of Starke Terms. Faulkner-Broker US-101 .
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Library is starting a pre-- brick home double carport, ,3 BR Frame house 1 bath. 10 Irene Faulkner-Assoc. I
school hour for children FOR RENT: 12' wide mobile partially carpeted. drapes 3 964-5065 700 foot highway 301 frontage I I
story acres land on paved road. Several t
blocks from school. Ph. 473- US-301 21 terms
3-S years old. homes outside Omits. J.B. acres I I Ie
All interested mothers are \White./ Ph. 9G4-6114. tfchg. 2039 after 5 p. .m. and weekends -- 3 bedroom, 1 bath, fence, $35000
.*---- ------ tfchg carpet equipped kitchen,
to attend the -
urged planning
FOR RENT: din's Subdivision ------------ 3 BR, 2 Bath CB dwelling in 15500. W* have all other type' I
meeting January 13 at 10 a min
the Public Library, located 1/2 acre lots, $2500 per FOR SALE crty- -- properties listed. Come in and # '_ apt H e
Yamaha ui
i .t 105 E. Jackson at Walnut. month. Water ft Sewage PORTABLE Electronic George Roberts Jr. 3 Bedroom, 2 bath brick, see
.------------- furnished. For information carport C/H & air. Priced to '. ,'Per Mo. Water a.
Organ. Excellent con REO REAL ESTATE BROKER FRED SACKETT'REALTOR For Rent *25"Call '
Add Mark Olin, din's Mobile sell. Good financing. % Acre Lots
one small bit to the dition. Amplifier Famished
not in 206 N.Temple(US-301)) Sewage
truth Homes Sales. Hwy. 100 W.. ,tf ab4-7826 - ....
and Inevitably subtract cluded. $1000.
from you It. Starke. 9645606. tfchg. tfpd Ph. 964-5875 904/964-6622,468-1642 Mark Olln 084-5600 Hwy 1 18 A Morgan: Rd. \lit

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CornNews i M S
.. t and not just in the middle? the center of the oven so, that
Ll sJ Your County. Extension; (Ms. Fayrene Parrish) the heat twill be evenly
+e'r home ":conomlclIl\g"l1t distributed. If they still rise
4: 1 H'KSTION: : l: What is the ANSWER: Try baking the only in the middle the cake 1'J'
best way.. to care for wood cakes at a lower temperature recipe may be lacking in
ELIZABETH GIVENS WALKER floors without wax? (MsMuurinv and be sure they are placed in liquid ingredients(
It Limmon)
DELL': rHAHTKK: OKS: l\tonddy.7:36: Bible School. 10 ANSWER: ; : : It is first important
Dull Chapter 168. OKS, will am Sunday Worship II a.m w to recognize that woodis Cars
Clsan *
meet TliurwJjy night, Jan, 8.ul and K p m porous and absorptive. As a K Extra *
U\ p in All members are (church of <'.IM| in Christ. Rev Jenkins i result, it is essential to seal
asked attend this important Elder: L), K \Nilhams Bible A wood properly, Sealing delaysrot AUTO :;

1111'1" inl!:, The IK-IP "I everyone School 10am, Hoishipalll, Receives Diploma and decay, reduces the CJ OCJGu .
:is needed M'ttW. pm EveningW"Shlp.7.3(1. harmful effects of moisture
HltOMMK: TIMHH'' absorption, and permits SALES pp
Brow me Troop( :US will hold its 't'" Bethel and EbenezerRaplistl'hurehex : GAINESVILLE Rev easier maintenance. The most -
regular meeting Monday.) Jan Rev Leroy Alphonso Jenkins, Sr., pastorof .1 popular sealers used are 413-4410 I 413.4018 III
12. tit :3:30:: ( p m at IUl11 Dabs pastor Weekly services the St. John's Baptist varnish shellac and lacquer -
troop iwitilx'ih .lie asked to Wfin) with Prayer Church at Melrose, and East all of which require waxing. m 14 Mazda a
attend! Parents are asked to :Meeting and Bible CUssoixnbitKxi Newport Baptist Church in There are two other 14 Cutlass '
cooperate with the leaders at T; p m Church Gainesville graduated with a methods of sealing which .. Supreme Station Wagon, RX3 Rotary 1f!:
Mrs. Lennon Morris, and Conference will be held Diploma in Pastoral require no wax: 3 Seater Extra Clean! 13000 Miles Like New -nE
Holiday lor success of I the Saturday night. and all Ministries on Tuesday, ((1)I ) Polyurethane is a "
ntftittvr* aw asked to be December 16, in ceremonies product which can be paintedon $3850 $250'0' -
troop Bible, School' !9 30a :\I.i. :McMillan. Starke land surveyor, is pictured. with
Junior Troop wrt w ill meet j.cv!>enl : held in the First Baptist the floor with or without
M at 11CVmiminwn Church here. plaque recently presented. la him in appreciation of his services -
Suturdj.v. Jan 10. at I P III m > rnm& having a varnish-type sealer
Mm Alice Sl'.rn' leader service. pmisitor The Diploma of( Pastoral to the, profession, first applied A Polyurethanefinish a: 14 Landau 73 Gran Prix -,

C Ill'Itl'llF'lls! : \1 ( allays welcome, Ministries is given to members usually requires 2 coats M Monte Carlo
NTVW weekly services of the Exten Honored Silver 8 Burgandy 5'EN
S|I. Julius 11t..timao. Seminary McMillan as'Fellow9By that will last approximately 10
M.iplM Ihurth.Kevvillie' t-t.Jt1n 6lth Prayer: :Meetingand sion Center who have success vears The finish is hard, tuff, III
llullnuiii pastor! Church HiK CUis-s each ThurKU fully completed over 288 hoursof shinnyand can be mopped) $3550n $3350
S lool. Id a m :Morning: > night! Church School 10 study. The areas of study Florida with al't mop. A local *
YAorhip at II\ Afternoon a m SunvU) concluding include Bible, Theology, merchant says 1 gallon covers -
\Vi>ivhip. ::1 I p 111 \VwklvMMMi.es ) services for the dayIMrasanl History and Education Rev approximately 400 square feet i 14 73 Vila *
lirote and Ml.Moruh Jenkins attended the Vega
: begin( with Prayer Land SurveyorsMerrill and cost about $12 $14.
liana! intHlinK at 1- noonMoml.iv United Church Parish. Gainesville Center for over (varnish usually cost $a $10 Hatch Back Station Wagon 4 Speed, Z
: I'raver :Meeting: and Rev \\ Ilh", 'tlll' pastor Junior four years and now joins four gallon but needs wax applied Auto a Air Condo With Air :
Itiblv (lav combineded- Choir rehearsal each first and others who graduated last McMillan! ver- received the Fellow Member many times during the 10 year rt
iH-sdLiv night second :Monday night at 7:30.: spring teran Slarke surveyor, has award at this time. period; hence more expensive
Ml. /; ion \\It: ('hurch.RevRiclt.irtl Tiny Tot rehearsal 6 pm. received the signal honor of !McMillan is the grandson of in the long run.) $2250 $179I
1<< Hclhfl I pa>tor. Bible Tuesday Wednesday night being elected a (o'ellowMember the late H K;.. Lagergren. who ((2)) Tung Oil is a rather
:SilMiol. U) a m Love Feast Praver"Meeting: Thursday BROOKERIN of the Florida Society started survey work in this expensive oil which can also n
service at t II I liimmunion.Scrxuo. Might Bible Study. Sunday of Professional Land Sur area around 1890. McMillan\ be painted on floors. Three 12 Toyota 12 Datson i'C
4 pili\'Isltors Services conclude with Bible BRIEFBy veyors in recognition and began his surveying career by coats are usually applied to Landau Top Station Wagon
always welcome Schoolirealrr: ( appreciation of his services to accompanying his grandfather produce a sheen but not a Auto, Air Cond Like New Auto, Air Cond.
First I : Born. thuiih of the ( Bethlehem Jeannette Prescott the organization.The in the field as a boy, glossy finish. Three coats are b :sti
Livimidml. tIdI'rS.l'nht'ns: I'"I T\\ ill Baptist thurch. Rev. assisting him by "carryingthe usually applied to produce a $1995
|pastor< I'ravtT meeting' R .Idsper' Williams pastor action was taken in chain" and doing other sheen but not a glossy finish.It $1995
pin' 'ruvsda) Terry services Weekly services beginMoniiav PERSONALS: Tampa on December 6 by miscellaneous jobs. After is a stain resistant, heat
: night with Tiny Tot Mr Ercell Edwards of( Salt unanimous vote of the Boardof receiving his license he
l I..m Kiuidv Hible: School 10 resistant, and moisture proof 11 Cricket 11 Pont Ventura;
a m :Morningorship at M. leheaisal. 7 pm, Tuesday Springs spent Saturday night Directors. worked in the office of the late sealerwhichwill last and keep Ply
KxcclMors night Prayer: Meeting. 7pm.Wednesday Jan 3 with his sister Mrs. Robert Angas in Jacksonville beautiful these 4 Door Sedan
'I Clio : Gospel Apply two .
Eva Harrell While there Mrs. In recognition of this honor M 6 Cyl Auto
night Senior Choir for several I years before returning *
Site ol Jacksonville will.ippiMf sealers only after the floor has
McMillan with c Low Milage
Edwards visited of her was presented :
iclearsal Story Hour 7:30p : some to Starke to open his
.I .d the First Burn first been stripped and sanded
Thursday.. at the church. folks. an engraved wall plaque at a own office in 1947 ,
God in *
church of !the)) Living on.l.imui.v $995
Mr and Mrs special meeting of the North $950
Ladies Wayne :
\lso the Circle willnilel
1H! ,il H p m Come Parrish and children, Debbie Central Florida Chapter of McMillan served one termas QUESTION: : A cake recipe I
ith Mrs James Prince.Junior
and! eoju'' ) lie( bird, in songs .' v Choir rehearsalFriday and Wayne, Jr.. visited Mr. FSPLS\ at the Holiday Inn on I I- chairman of the Surveyingand urn using calls for 1 cup of self
I.IC.IUTllrn; I li.ipelMK: and Mrs. Paul Emery and 75, Gainesville on December Mapping Section of the rising flour. I only have plain 70 Pontiac 61 Buick \
night 6pm PrayerHand
Miindi. Rev{ KG i lloastieIMIIM flour[ on hand Is there anyway
1'. the Young( Adult meets Friday night at family in QUincy on NewYear's with 18 The t the plaque following was engraved en- which Florida was Engineering;the forerunner Society of .. I can substitute i if for selfris'ing IP Catalina, 4 Door, Skylark 4 Door, Extra) n'

Choir" scheduled a week of home of Mrs Rebecca Allen Day. scription: "The North Central FSPLS Wishing to (lour? ( mrs H.L. C Full Power Sharp A/C. A/T r'c
Sunday' services begin with Mr. and Mrs. Greenof
MMMn-s I leading up lo their Palatka visited their sister .Florida Chapter of the Florida strengthen! their organization, SpeerNSF.R) $
Bible School at 9:30.
seenixl' ..IIII1II'rSdrsUlld.w : Morning : ; : : One of self $595
the moved to form ..ISl'pdr.ite cup $595
and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Society of Professional Land surveyors
at 11. Dinner will be
: Worship
Elder P KillkiniH
MCUH.V: | nigh) of their own, rising flour equals one cup all-
Surveyors does bestow society
Evan Hodges, Sunday, upon
served at 12:30.: Deaconess on '
and flour
11\ congregationtroni : plus 1'j
I I the Chuiih ol Cod in :Meeting/, 5 p.m, Home Mission January 4.. They were joinedby Merrill! G. !McMillan. and McMillan served on the purpose teaspoons baking powder and C ,.
Christ l began( servicesTuesil.i :\Jrelllll// 6pm. their cousins, Joyce Professional Land Surveyor, committee named to developa 'j teaspoon salt.H'KSTIOV sSRVE SAVE ;;
night( Bro Herman All ladies are asked to wear Redding of Raiford and Bernice its highest honor of Fellow plan for the organization. ( : :. : How do you get u. 1973 OLDS COUPE 1974 DODGE SWINGERz I
Member of his
.liiliiison white Suggs of Lake Butler. in recognition seeds of when :: :
spokelednesday out Kumquats
ofMl Isitors Mr. and Mrs. Paul Prescott, distinguished land surveying! After several years of study 1973 OLDS 4 OR. Loaded 1974 DODGE DART .
Farmer them whole"1?
slight( Krv George and preparation the Florida preserving (Mrs
: I'isgali preached: Rev Mr and Mrs I. Robinson of Johnny and Rhonda Whitman achievements and out Society of Professional Land U.H. Jackson) A 1973 CHEV IMPALA 4 Dr. 1974 GOLD DUSTER
standing service to the land
their visited !
of their granddaughter & j
Lew I I'lHicin will preach Starke were guests Surveyors was chartered in .\\s\\KH: ; : : I'm sorry t to say .
sonin-Idw and dauizhter. Rev their mother, Mrs. Nellie surveying profession.
liHiiuhl\ iThurMt.is > and Kevl.i'ioN 1M!) ). with McMillan as 01ch..rl..r that in all the information
1)4vis) on Friday night! and Mrs AT Johnson of Pnngle in Lakeland over the member He has Ixith old and new concerning a I
:uiula> services begin with Jacksonville Heights on NewYear's 'relatives weekend who(Jan.joined:and the 4, Other Pres- the The highest Fellow honor membership awardedby is since served several terms on kumquats, I have !been unable KEYSTONE HEIGHTS I
dim ill silionl at 10 a m DJV to find a method for preserving -
FSPLS. and there less the FSPLS Board of Directors -
-' "" coils Lakeland include their are
:Morning*! Worship at II Af- \\' ; is there so much in. than a dozen in its total whole kumquats with no 473-4470 & 473-4078 =
sisters. Emma Key Watson
l It'I'III"1 worship at 5 M satisfaction seed 1 II anyone,' knows a way
in parking on membership of some ROO From an original membership
and Mr and Mrs. Alton _
Visitors always welcome what's left of the other guy'snickel" members of 75. the FSPLS has lo do this please let me know a
: Nichols and family Little 15-
llu-. Tunliunh f Gix1! in
I iul\. Elder: Sampsonhite> :Dowson County. Ga.. month old Davis Scott Nicholsis Perry C. McGnff veteran grown to of approximately a current membership BOO- QUESTION: ( : How can I Ib.tkl' iC Extra CI..n Cars *
Gainesville Surveyor also
!Pastor 1'1'.1\Meeting: each Adl'prtispr> Si News ill On New Year's day Mr. cakes that rise evenly
and Mrs. Prescott went tish-
.. .- .- ---- -- _- .- .- .- .- .- 1.411 mg at Newnan's Lake but 1 ..1 . .. .1\1III\ . . . .
they did not catch any fish, but -

Mr. Fish had lots of fun
Prayer list includes David
Scott Nichols, Mrs Ophelia !
Grit: !Moore and Mr. Pitt Baxter CouldYouUseSomeHep

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February 10 In PresentingYour

The Town of Brooker will
Mullet hold a general I election City
TroutRed Hall on Tuesday, Feb. 10
C Offices up (for election will :
a be mayor, clerk and two city 1 :
t Fish councilmen. Mayor and clerk

-.h carry one year terms and the
city council seats are for two

to.... year terms Company : .wail'
The polls will be open from 7 s

d m to 7 p.m, Inspectors will
Shrimp be Doris Kelly Mamie

Tucker, and Jeanette Prescott -
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Cedar Keys FloridaSPeci .: The man who didn't want : !

his wife to work has been ,
-al succeeded by the man who
Church Clubs Etc. asks about her chances of YOUR COMPANY STATIONERYIS
getting a raise..
Special Discounts Earl Wilson./
t Quoted by
Publishers-Hall SyndicateNext OFTEN YOUR ONLY i I

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