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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 15, 1976
Publication Date: 1888-
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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City Salaries Raised








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Marling lo cut expenses! the Slai'ke City Council ended up
TIIl''II.JY mulil( i raising the salaries of most city employees three
{IK'I"'I'nll'!feel I iVl'/\IJI'ill.I a move to cost the city some$0.055 -

('ouu. ilniaU imnSilcox made the motion! to give the rest of Horirta. Senator Lawton Chiles, second from left, flew Into than 150! guest,
the "lt .S employers: the same salary increase negotiated by UC the Lake Butler area last to and
School Thursday greet rat with Among supporters Him turned out in the :!'K-drgiee weather
the 14 IIIl'IIIht'l'suf the Kk-clric: .. Union' through( the International Day local supporters as purl of a reorgani/ational tour for his rrclnlinn to share v'ittles with the senator were his area campaign/ coordinator
1\.lJll'l'hnnd. | | of| Kloclricaloikcts: ,, ('itv Clerk Merrill Edwards this fall. His nth flying slop on the week-long tour .1.H. Criffis. at left. Union' ('OUllt.'UIIl't. (Trek' I
said that it Mould I Ix-annul (three percent above the five percent look him to a cookout at the farm of Union County Sheriff Robert OrigRer anil euiiipuign( manager Tom Sneail. ullight.
raise Hu t inplovt'C'b\ received last Oil. I I. ,John Whitehead, who wore hid cowboy hat to greet( the more .
"I|11111'I I' give all employers\ the same raise as I he electric
iniilosws, ," said Silcox who. admitted he didn't know how Ruling Upholds
touch would lake tot I unit such a move, But Silcox said he had I
prnnusesi) tin ether l employees he'd do the same for them as he Sen. Chiles Attends CookoutAt Whitehead FarmFlorida

ilul lot tin electric'' workers and thai lie was keeping his word.
Sen. Lawton Chiles the local political scene, but term In the Senate, may hope- be that party's choice, but did
Silcox cast one of the two no members give up their $200 Board DecisionFire made a flying stop in Union the cold deferred few fully be passed this spring by not pick a winner for the
votes the previous week when per month salary to pay for County Dec. 8 as guest of Speaking in Ocala earlier in the House of Representatives Democratic nomination.
the council voted 3-2 to approve the increase. Jackson honor at one of Union Sheriff the day. Chiles said that Congress which would be fitting for the Union County was the 17th
wage rates in the con- seconded the motion, although LAKE BUTLER Union leave school at 3:30: p.m. each John Whitehead's famed has the tools to bring the first Bicentennial sitting. stop on the tour, which later
tract negotiations with IBEW questioning the legality of the County teachers left school) at weekday except Friday when cookout at the Sheriff's farmon federal budget into balance, The proposal has passed the took Chiles to the Daytona and
According to Clerk Merrill move. Silcox and Warren 3:30: Tuesday for the first time permission is granted to leave SR-100 between Starke and but he doesn't know if con- Senate and is scheduled for Deland area to shake hands
Edwards: only four of the 14 voted against forcing tem- this school year following a school at 3:20: p.m. and exceptas Lake Butler. gressional members have the debate in the House About 1 r:>0 supporters were on
unionized electric department porary chairman Epps to cast ruling by Circuit Judge John otherwise directed by their Chiles appeared as part of a discipline to do the job. Speaking to a group of hand at the Whitehead farm to
employees received wage the deciding no vote Epps A.H. Murphree that the school principal," reads the 3-2 deci- campaign reorganizational( "Over a five year period, we reporters in Fernandina enjoy the chicken and rice
increases under the union contract qualified his deciding vote by board changed the departuretime sion of the board Sept.. 15, effort that took him to 27 coun- certainly should have a bal- Beach earlier. Chiles predicted supper that remained steam
and some increases saying it would stand until the within the law and with Chairman Morris Dobbs and ties during the Congressional anced budget," he said, if the that President Ford ing despite degree( weather
resulted when employeeswere council receives a ruling from proper authority member Ray Crawford voted recess. He announced at the federal government would would lose in the Florida and The senator's tour ended
moved up in classification City Attorney George Pierceon Calling the action "a reasonable against the action. cookout that the area campaign increase spending to boost the New Hampshire primaries, yesterday (Jan, 141 as he
to a lineman's posItion. the legality of giving up the and proper exercise of Cason issued a memo the effort will be led by J D. economy. costing him the Republican returned to Washington,
council members salaries. internal management procedure following day instructing Grlffis of Raiford The walk Chiles also noted that his nomination. He further said where he began serving in the
"I don't" care how much it Jackson pointed out the ," Mur teachers to remain on duty ing senator braved the coldest much publicized sunshine bill that California Governor Ronald Senate in 1970, replacing
costs lengthy! Silcox discussion stated during as the a members could receive the instructed Superintendent until 4 p.m until the board night of the winter to attend composed during his first Reagan would most likely George Smathers who retired

council and clerk tried to salary then donate it back to James Cason to refrain from legally changed Its school day
the city. interfering with the privilegeof policy under the Administrative -- -
r figure out how much it
would take money Jimmy Crosby, Jr., who instructional personnel Procedures Act (APA),
to match the raises School
given unionized electric attended the meeting as a denying Cason rights to attor- Cason also charged that the Money Picture Is Brighter ;
department employees. spectator, asked the council; ney boar the actionof decision to bring suit was
the made in violation of the Sunshine
""That being mighty loose the move to raise salaries
with the taxpayers' would recur each time a city Board Members Pam Law during a secret
money
said Councilman Marc Jack- department negotiated a pay Thomas, Donald Dukes and meeting.
son, the lone dissenter in the 4- raise. Resale Griffis challenged A special meeting of the New Administrative Jobs OkayedNow
1 vole to grant the additional Joe Williams, another visitor Cason's authority to keep board Dec 18 resulted in the
three percent, above the five asked how the correct sal- leachers from going home same 3.2 vote to continue the
percent given Oct. 1. ary figure could be deter early in the civil suit heard on suit and authorize filing the that the Bradford Jockel earned approval Mon Permission to hire a special expected at the beginning of
"We came here tonight to mined so quickly when the Jan- 5."Instrdcttonal'personnel. motion to ask the court for a Caoity" school system's day night by the school boardto projects director and a clerical the budget year
cut some money," said Councilman council members obviously I declaratory judgment in the "money picture is fairly stable. hire two administrative assistant came" on a 3-2 An increase of almost 200( )
Jackson, who termed ........ ,'"!'.. 16)Horseback are granted permission to Superintendent Richard employees. vote by motion of former students over expectations ,-
the move inflationary board chairman Rodney Hall brought in enough money
matterSchool ..... .. -- Board members Arthur Gas- from the state to offset the
Silcox explained several Lunch kins and J.T. Parrish $48.000 cut to Bradford
times that he was keeping his J Program dissented. County, Jockel said.
word to the employees, that r Cost of the two positions The two new employees will
his personal integrity was r throughout the remainder of be paid out of a contingent:
involved, that the other council the school's fiscal year will be fund of about $:!0.KIO.( Jockel
members didn't have to s about $8,500, according to said, which remained intact
In The
vole for the pay raise if they OperatiAlthough Ins Black Director of Curriculum even after the state dealt the
saw it another way. Commissioner Lucille Payne, who joined two per cent slice, brought
Harold Kpps: secondedthe Jockel in the request. about by decreased sales tax
motion for the pay raise the price of milk the January balance $889 into out of regular operatingfunds. Jockel said the new employees revenue in the state
and Commissioner Joe has risen, the school lunch the black. are necessary Yet another bright financial
Warren and Mayor Charles program is out of financial There was talk of cutting Douglas noted that because of increased paperwork outlook for the Bradford
Schaefer voted affirmativelywith ? trouble Business Manager cafeteria staffs if the food skyrocketing costs of milk to required by the state and them fa t Eddie Douglas told the service program could not the school board would because principals were

"Where are v(nu going to get Bradford County School operate without a loss with the necessitate raising the price already overloaded with state
the money'?" :Jackson asked. x Board Monday night, present number of employees. from 10 cents now paid by requirements.
Clerk Edwards: previously The school cafeteria systemis students per half pint to 15 "We're at frustrationlevel BuildingIllspector

during the meeting had told Troveiitsstminli eler Visits Here now operating in the black cents. ," Jockel said in his
the council at the rate city four months into the school A school food service Raised prices of milk will request.

departments are spending <' 'v traveler Hob :' I'nt'Y stops in at City Hall year. Two months Into the program in theory is not not go into effect, however, The new administrator will
money a lot ol them will be in 'I'ur.dq<< oil one or three IN-stat te horseback trips giving his school year$8,000 had already supposed to make 'or lose until alter the February be paid the same annual salary
the red before the budget year Inn srs' a hK'iilher inn) puking III p| his mail in!SUrke. been overspent on food services money but is supposed to meeting of the board Douglas as an assistant principaland
ends Sept 30. Sciiov left .\iison.i II..tIarch: and has been "killing time" A committee appointedto operate on a non-profit basis. said. must have a master's Gets Axe
After the vote to raise salaries in tins' pact of 1-"oddI travel!linK only itt-li miles a day, examine means to get the For the past several years the The board is now losing ,2 to degree in administration. The
Mayor Schaefer gave up Ix-fiur, lirailinu not.-thwaid to :MIn zinc and across Michigan: system out of the red reported Bradford County school food .5 cents per half pint served, exceptional child and special
Ins chairman's seat to Epps t'.IIIII.h'l'| the liip. Monday night that more service program has been Douglas saidInstituting projects post will entail meetings .
and moved that the council "this! is the ('hcapeslttav' 10 iiTOIAWTEYCITY 'I l"."S'ney Kaid. students are now eating in the losing money, forcing the a school breakfast with teachers and curriculum In UnionLAKE
school lunchrooms, bringing school board to subsidize it program a secondary groups as well as test
study of the cafeteria com ing and other paperwork Mrs. BUTLER At its
COUNCILveteran mittee, was tabled at the Payne said. regular monthly meeting on
meeting following a report Thursday Jan. 8, here the
7a that one school in the system During the 197-4-75 school recently formed Union County
would not have time to servean 'year, five administrators Building and Inspection Board
Dept. Shortcomings Poi nted Out ; early meal to students were involved with such projects unanimously voted to fire
unless buses arrived at the a staff cut to one for this inspector Sam WIlson.

school earlier. year The step was taken after a
BENJAMIN "You start running the "I knew the request wouldbe surfaced
FRANNIIN controversy had
But Improvements Already Ui tider buses early enough to feed highly unpopular but felt it between Wilson and the board
BORN JAN 17. 1706 ][ Way"Is students when they get to was desperately needed. The members over policy of inspections -
.
.... school and they won't have state has added more paper .

BC HOSPITAL RDThursday LAWTEY Dissatisfactionwith member of the fire who will work, Jordan said. it true we had a fire the time for breakfast at home" work while cutting funds andwe're The board was set up last

.. Jan 15 the way the Lawtey department, for the job."It's "Does it not constitute 24- other night and the batterywas said board member Rodney Jockel said already overloaded summer by the Union County
7 p.m at hospitalOKLAHOMA Hall
Volunteer Fire Departmenthas hour duty? Mayor Ben dead Commission which appoints
? Councilman Mar-
The two cent cutback of
----- been operated came from no benefit to have a McCulley asked, with Waterson A breakfast program is not per the seven member board and
Rosier asked "Yes
vin state funds did not affect the
within the ranks and was man sleeping there (in the fire duty at night and the men Jordan. feasible at Southside the inspector;
Fri.\ 8. 5..1.Jen.16nd. brought to light at the Jan 5 station)," Jordan said. The from the Lawtey Correctional replied Elementary, Douglas said, Bradford school system, as On Tuesday, Jan. 6, the
"It's for the
not
right enrollments than
men were higher
17Dnner'p.m department needs where buses begin arriving at
city council meeting. someone Center duty in the daytime from the (Lawtey Correc- Union County Commission
7:35: a.m. because the final upheld the activity of the
Show7:4Sp.m. Complaints were that tional) Center to clean up arrivals would only have 15 and board
building inspection
----- James Waters the only paid Waters Exp rains His SideWaters when they don't get paid. minutes to be served. Rape Charges in a unanimous vote and
ELKS. ELKETTES employee of the fire depart- Jordan said. Rosier agreed. Hampton Elementary recommended that the board

Monday, Jan.. it ment under the federal CETA LAWTEY Capt. James savs he cranks the "As fire chief what" is your teacher Carole Shields ad- Dropped From and Wilson try to resolve the
recommendation? asked
Dinner 7p.m. Program (Comprehensive Waters says the town's fire trucks each night to make Rosier. vocated more study to the differences between them.
Employment Training ACt), proposal before throwing the
Meeting truck motor
p.m vapor-locked on sure the batteries are
----- sleeps all night on the job and the way to a recent fire at the charged. Jordan replied he would idea "out the window" Teenage Trio "If you want me t to play
FAMILY FUNTIME does not clean up the fire Handy Way Store and that former Waters said he used to cleanup recomment placing Fireman "I hate to see so many dead I m not going to do it.
house, that at fire Waters on duty from 4 p.m. to children becauseone Assistant State Wilson said.Chairman,
COUNTRY MUSIC SHOW one recent Fire Chief M.M. Jordanran the fire station each night penalized Attorney
Tuesday. ,Jan.. 20 the fire truck wouldn't start, down the battery trying to when he went on duty But he midnight. school can't work out a Mack Futch filed a motion in Dick Pernini told
and that fire "It should be a working job Bradford Wilson that he had done
BHS Auditorium extinguishers the get the engine restarted. explained that inmates from serving schedule Mrs. County Circuit Courton good
7:30: p.m. department is supposed to the Lawtey Correctional Center Instead of a sleeping job, Shields said, asking that Monday, Jan. 12, to drop job but there is no sense goingon /
have are missing. stated Councilman Buster Southside charges against Calvin because we can't get
Children.50 Waters the lone paid employee are allowed to use the fire principal Dewey
Adults SI Final decision after of the Lawtey Volun- house to wash cars for which Bennett. McKinney look into offeringthe Martin, Jr. 18, Walter along
a At Chairman Ben McCulley's "I can't work with
teer Fire Department gave' the breakfast to students Thompson, 15, and Ronnie anyone
Proceeds Earmarked. For have lengthy Waters discussion present was at the to the explanation in answer to a they The earn inmates money leave their suggestion, Councilman during the morning break. Risby. 17 for sexual battery ofa who asks me to break the law,
Rosier moved that fur- "Wilson saidPermnI ,
Bulletproof Vests statement at the Jan. 3 city utensils and "Whose responsibility is it 14-year old girl.
next city council for detergent laying
meeting ther discussion be
For City Police Dept. further discussion. council meeting that the about outside the fire house postponedSee to provide breakfasr I'm not The charges stemmed froman then asked Wilson if
----- battery of the fire truck ( Page 51> I See incident at the swimming he intended to resign.
Former Fire Chief M.M. was not bothering to police the Page 3)
"I'm not
to I
dead. Waters is paid $138 Mud is pond near Bessent Road last going resign,
LIBRARY Jordan who resigned the following per area. tracked into the
be
week, for 11 months under the National Cites BC July 29 They were indicted bya want to fired one time in
OPEN HOUSE night Jan. 6, broughtthe fire station when the fire Magazine Sheriff life" Wilson said.
Bradford Grand my
and problem when he asked federal CETA (Comprehensive trucks are put outside in the - County -
up Employment Training then Bradford County Sheriff triple murders of Bobby Turner Jury Aug. 25 and have been Then the motion was made
DEDICATIONSund."Jn.2S the council what to do about mud. back into the fire
to relieve Wilson of his and ,
Waters. Act\), sta lion. Dolph Reddish was notified .Valerie Turner and Patri- out on bond of $5,000 since the job
2-5 Waters said the problemwith Waters said he told former recently by the Dell Distributing cia Marr at Nell's Style Shop charges indicting them by the it quickly passed by a
Public Is p.m.Invited "How can I give Waters a the fuel pump on the Fire Chief M.M. Jordan what Company, Inc, publishers located on SR-21 between Mel- action of the Grand Jury. unanimous vote of the board
had of Official rose and Keystone Heights.A Futch told the Telegraphthat present.
engine been discussed Detective Stores
and that
was going on he
list of do
things to when Ididn't I
Wilson then asked boardto
detailed of the the for the
account his motionto
that his reason
him previous to the fire. He had no would no longer clean up after department has been
hire ? Jordan
Ce.rulti' "' ,Of award-winning investigation, drop the charges was that know the reason why he was
cited for
asked Waters, Jordan said authority to purchase an electric the inmates. Waters said if the its work in the Mel-
\!; } ( ammunlit!; was hired by the city Jordan, fuel pump costing $63 to station house gets soiled due rose Murder Case. titled "Cross-Country Trail of the girl Monday morning fired. Board that it members was because indicated -
correct the the Murdered Nude Beauties in a pre-trial interview was
'tote !lnnk asked who has the authority to said. An electric problem.fuel Waters to use cleans by the it fire He departmenthe still The local sheriff's depart ," will appear In the unable to identify, any person Wilson and the board was
pump picksup
Ace.,uf........l".ur.d.U" a change.m. hours Waters', It 10 p.m. to out 6 and new gas line has since the worst up.of the mess left ment has received the publi- March 1976 Issue of Official who participated in her rape. unable to see eye to eye on
,.,,,,_.., was pointed been purchased and Installedon after the cation's meritorious service Detective Stores, which has "The girl was also unable ID most of the inspections.
Waters
... ...... that Jordan as fire chief car washes. citation for its skillfull Investigation
PU. 0.. IMIITMC Cove recommended the truck. Waters said. said. just reached local news- say how many people or times I See Page *)
Waters, a Into the November 1971 stands. she was raped" Futch said.

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. Karen Karen Bennett Bennett, whose Luncheon Ovid Bennett HonoreeMiss mother of the -SPccial- SPufeSocbty ? -- fYlw Jl; !


marriage to Jerald Lalibertewas honoree, Mrs. F.J. Shaw, u- I
an event of Saturday grandmother of the honoree, !
night, was honored at a bridal and bridal attendants.

luncheon Saturday at the L Illoolt Jitar, 964-7608 '
Sheraton Hotel in Orange -----
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Park given by her aunts, Mrs.

Mrs Gene Shaw Lamar of Shaw Doctor's of Ponte Inlet, !BIRTHS r I Arlin McKnight HonoredAt Margaret Davis and Marlon Thornton

Vedra and Mrs. Carl L. Johnsof I
Starke. .o-_ x Reception Dec. 28 Wed Recently in Forth Worth, Texas
The U-shaped dining table Mr. and Mrs. George Lea
refresh- .
Mrs. Arlin L. McKnight, centerpiece on one
was centered with an Harper, Jr. announce the f table !MissTia Thornton, cousin ofthe
who retired as director of ment was an arrange-
arrangement of deep red gladioli birth of a son, Eric George, nursing at the Bradford and ment of fresh flowers sent by groom, kept the bride's
white carnations and born January 12 at Southeast of look Mrs. Ramsey Greenwaycut
Union Health Col.and Mrs. Donald Koretz
pink pompoms. Bridal place General Hospital, Lumberton, County Depart- soninlawand the wedding cake and
ments, was honored at Alexandria, Va.,
cards marked the seating N.C.. Paternal grandparentsare ."yy, reception Sunday, December a daughter of Mrs. Johnette Greenway presidedat
arrangement for the eleven Rev. and Mrs. George L. the punch bowl.
s 28, at the Starke Golf and McKnight.
guests. Harper of Starke. Country Club. Attending the receptionfrom The couple is residing in
The guests included Mrs. On behalf of all the em- out-of-town were Dr and Arlington, Texas.
Mr. and Mrs. John B. ployees of Bradford and Union Mrs.Peter Kroll,Ponte Vedra The bride is a teacher's aideat
Cruce Stringer of Pleasant Hill, Ala. School in.
Phillips Temple Christian
Counties, Jack Trawick, Beach; Dr. and Mrs. Mason
the birth of
Jan. 16 announce a county sanitarian,presented a Morris St. Augustine; Mrs. ,' Ss Fort Worth.
Wedding Rebecca
daughter, Virginia, attends Bible
!Mr. Thornton
+f" silver tray to Mrs. McKnight Margaret Groff, Orange
born December o
18. Grand-
,commemorating her 28 yearsof Park; Mr and Mrs. Glenn Baptist Seminary in Arlington -
The wedding of ElizabethSue Mr. and Mrs.
parents are Texas he is maJor-
service to public health. A Howard, Lake Butler; Mrs.
Phillips daughter of Mr. Millard Judd of Starke and '
ing in Bible.Reception,
also Thomson Monti-
the ,
gift was given Marjorie
and Mrs. Ernest Phillips, and Mr. and Mrs. J,B. Stringer, by
employees.The cello, and Mrs. Etta Fripp,
Frank M. Cruce, Jr son of Sr. of Pleasant Hill, Ala. ( \
ballroom decoratedin Columbia S.C.
was ( Held
Mrs Gertrude Cruce of -
Law ley, will be an event of holiday decorations. The
January 16 at 7:30 p.m. at the Mr. and Mrs.\. Jerry Bolden Arlin :McKnight t Dec. 28 ForNewlyweds

Pine Level Baptist Church.All of Melrose, parents of Mrs. Altar Society Will Ira Wilsons
friends and relatives are X.M Smith of Starke, cele- Reception Held
invited to( attend. brated their 57th wedding Conduct Bake Sale Celebrated 50thAnniversary Mr and Mrs Marlon Thorn-
anniversary January 12.
Sunday For
ton w ho were married in FortWorth
Denton Sumralls January 18 Texas. December II.:
honored at a reception
Special! Reverend Richard Bowles Mr. and Mrs. Ira Wilson were
December 28 from :3 J
Rev. and Mrs. Denton Sum- celebrated their 50th wedding r Sunday.
offered Mass preceeding the -
$ to 5 m. at the Pine Level
rail honored at p
were a recep- Sunday at a ,
meeting of St. Edward's Altar anniversary .
Educational: Building
Church
tion Sunday night in the Madi- dinner given at the home of
held on Tuesday
Society
Brake Over HaulOne son Street Baptist Church given by the groom's parents.Mr .
Mr and Mrs. E.A. Rutten in
Fellowship Hall following the parish evening hall., January 6, in the Green Cove Springs.A and !Mrs, Jimmy Thorn

evening service. John Samons, gold plate was presentedto ton.Mrs.
Mrs. presi-
Week Only Rev. and Mrs. Sumrall and the honored Gary Wheeler greetedthe
couple as a
dent invited members to
,
the door and
at
to guests( pre
family are moving Orange
attend of St. Mary's memento of the occasion. .
a meeting
Park where Rev. Sumrall will senled them to the receivingline
,.
Forty-two relatives enjoyedthe M
Includes RenewAll be minister at the Madeira Altar Society scheduled for occasion. composed of the honored
Drive Baptist Church January 8 when Reverend couple, his parents. Mr and
Shoes S jfm Robert W. Cowperthwaite, Mrs. Jimmy Thornton and
covered rector of St James Episcopal
Mrs. lieulah
grandmothers.
4 Wheel fcj srsRebuild checked cloth and centered by Church, was the guest Starke's History Thornton and Mrs Vam

.
Cylinders Pack two punch bowls. Two other speaker.Altar Chairman Mrs. Program GivenAt Hosier
,
refreshment tables were cov- Presiding\ the guest book
ered with yellow linen cloths. Jimmy Moore, reported that table were !Misses Cynthia
Front Wheels Bearings Charles Blalock, deacon, Mrs.Robbie Shaller, had alter U.D.C. MeetingEugene p Thornton and Miss Donna
December Mrs. wr
presented Rev. and Mrs. Sum- care during ; Thornton, sisters of the
& Replace Grease Seals. Joseph Gissy is doing this L. Matthews pre- w
rall with a silver coffee ser
sented the at the groom.
month of program
work in the January.
This Offer Good For Most American Cars. vice from the church.Approximately Reports were given on January meeting of the W.T. Behind the receiving line
150 mem- Weeks U.D.C. held was a large six foot heart with
done at Christmastime Chapter
Disc Brakes $6995Crawfords bers and guests attended the carolling for the benefit of the con- Jan. 7 at the home of !Mrs. red ribbon pleated all aroundthe
affair. edge of the heart The
Lester Crews.
fined in the area, food baskets
d Mrs. J.W. Kincaid, his- center of the hl'llI.tas covered -
were distributed to needy, and
66 Mr. and Mrs. James gifts given to Sunland resi- torian, introduced Mr. Matthews in greenery with !small
Montuoro and of red heart in the center On
daughter dents. Members and friends who spoke of the early
Tampa spent Sunday with her were to save Christ days of Starke and the part the I. at ah' ,r1f each !side of the heart wire
Service Station 964.5366 U.S.301 requested
Mr. and r baskets of with two
parents, Mrs Mac mas and other used greeting town played during the Con- greenery
Baldwin. cards for arts and crafts pro- federate war. large arrangements of pnin-
jects at Sunland Mrs. Guy Sale, president, .. setltas in the center
--
Mrs. Jimmy Moore and presided over the business Miss Margaret Dale DavisIrs.. Pal navies attended! as The guest book table was
f Mrs. Francis Meng offered to meeting.Mrs. daughter of Bob D. Davis and matron of honor She wore a covered in red velvet with
conduct the bake sale sche- Crews with co-hos- the late Mrs. Davis of Fort red velvet empire style dress unite linen cloth over the top
duled for January 18 after the tesses Mrs. Bertha Pearce, Worth. Texas: and Marlon accented at the waistline andUvonl'horntonsonofMr.and In the center of the table was
; 11 a.m. Mass.It !Mrs. Walla Lipsey and Mrs. neck by white lace. She an arrangement of red rosebuds !
was decided to( have a E.K. Perryman served refreshments !Mrs, Jimmy U. Thornton of carried a red carnation spray with two red candles
GuPPxBgi'iSAIE covered dish dinner following to the 21 membersand Starke, were united in accented with red ribbon. made by llrs.en) Alvarez
Mass on January 21 so that one guest, Mrs. Eunice marriage Saturday Dl'CemTerl Lyn Zachary was flower for the bride and groom
friends could visit with Father Searing, attending. ber 13. at 2 p.m. in the Worth girl and Blair Zachary The gift table was coveted
Baptist Church. Fort Worth. was, ring bearer in l'I'd1 1'e 1 with white over
Cregan, our former pastor,,
: when he is in the area. W. Barber The bride was attired in an the top centered with. an
Mrs. Lester. Hurrtpiji'iesreported '' A.S Crosby performed the nuptials. imported hand-clipped chan- airangemenl of red candles
on the Orlando I\lr5' Barbara;; Roberts, ttlly lace-gown '''ovcr'satln: A and greenery with ted rosebuds !
meeting of the Florida Councilof Reunion organist, and Mrs. Landa scalloped lace train was at.Koistanen and ted hearts Piesiding .
Catholic Women held on 18 soloist, cousin of tached al the shoulders. (Hand >\ at the gilt! table were Mrs
I December 11, when she was January the groom presented a prosewn delicate beaded pearls Fred WattersunIrs: Virtue
encircled the neckline and Thornton and :Mrs 1 Koiiuin
gram of nuptial music.
installed treasurer of this or- The annual reunion of the
ganization. A.S. Crosby family will be Highlighting/ the altar were waist of the gown. Her elbow Alvarez
Father Bowles requested held at Bayless Highway Bap- two posts topped with length veil of illusion was The punch table was covered
members to give interesting tist Church Sunday, January arrangements of red and secured by a satin bund and similar to the oilier
pictures they might t have white carnations. she carried a spray of white tables and held a large punch
regarding parish activities for 18.Dinner will be served at Bob I Koistenen. cousin of the carnations accented by a red 1 lountam in the' center G'en-
compilation of a parish his- 12:30.: groom. was best man. Ushers ribbon ('I>' extended down the length
tory book. All friends and relatives are were Ramsey Greenway and A rel'l'plionas hold in the ul the (table on eiuh !'oidt'11th
invited to attend. David Floyd church Fellowship Hall double red hearts throughout
'
SAVE the greenery 1'rcsidmg! ) ut I I the
; punch table were Mrs .1,:MNorman
/ : and Mrs !Leonard
+ NOW Moore.
>s 'I 1 hi' bride's cake table and
ON ** Guaranty the groom's cake table were
t x* decorated alike with white
Federal !satin underskirts! and red
ANEW linen cloths The bride's table
Savings and
held two while candelabras'
GE Gd'Ucd1 Toa. Loan with I red candles and ted and
r white I lower" arrangements
Reduced! WASHER celebrates VUute milk glass compotesheld
: 6g95 nuts and mints on both
951 orDRYER 20 years of tables. The bride's table helda
lour t tiered while cake
friendly tOppl'tI ilh the bride and
groom from the wedding cake
service to Iron their wedding receptionin

Texas The l'i!kl'1 as
the residentsof decorated with red hearts and
TRADE THAT
-; the area. white angels. Presiding 'the
( bride's table \\('I'CIrs.: :Mark

OLD RANGE IN NOW! Moody The:groom's and !Mrs.cake John table Kennev helda

And salutes I'ed'eln't cake topped with
a large, red velvet crown with
I Your ChoiceGas the Bicentennialwith smaller crowns used. Presiding -
at this t..bleI'I'e :Mrs
newSavings Thad Smith and Mrs.: Joe

or Electric Thornton
Programsfor Large fern blHsI ith red

1976. hearts in the center were used
throughout the room and large
\ \. red hearts were used! with
$19aNOTICE candleholders behind the cake
Certificates tables
w/t
!Mrs. ()\\Alvarez, Jr. was

$1,000 Will "Buy" any of Guaranty Federal's Savings Certificates in charge (of, the Floor' reception hostesseswere anddecorating

Annual Annual Minimum Minimum Mrs. Joel Jackson. Mrs.
Yield Rate Term Investment n.i\1. !McKae. Mrs. Bishop
l1)I'ickIlsses! Tla Thnrnton.I .
8.06% 7.75% 6Yrs. $1,000 I Diann Moore. Charlotte
ALL G.E. COLOR T.Vs Whitehead and Suzanne
7.79% 7.50% 4Yrs. 1.000 Thornton.

6.98% 6.75% 2'/z Yrs. 1,000

NOW ON SALE 6.72% 6.50% 1 Year 1,000 Mrs. Jackson

5.92% 5.75% 90 Days 1,000 Honored At

Certificate Savings Deposited by the 10th of the month Earn I Interest From the 1 1st I Stork ShowerMrs.

When earnings are left to compound daily for one year. : Marc Jackson

AT 1 0 % ABOVE COST A substantial penalty is required for early withdrawal on certificate plans. honored at a stork shower was

Some Savings Programs are subject to be withdrawn without notice recently held at the home of
!Mrs Dudley Hardy
Several games were played
Passbook and jade trees were won by
Savings !Mrs. John Smith !Mrs. James
Watts and Mrs. Jackson.
5.39% 5.25% NONE NONE The honoree was presentedwith

Sawyer AppliancesYes a case (of Pampers by the
hostesses.Mrs. Dudley (Hardy

Guaranty Federal and Out-of-town!Mrs. CT guests Flynn. attend-

We Have Terms! {1fjJ eta ing were Mrs. Jackson's
mother Mrs. Marry Smith
& Loan Association LENDER
Savings and sister-in-law, Mrs. Joseph
:!:!!F GAINESVILLE: 220 North Main Slreet,377.3J44, ....... Smith. both of Wilhston.

/' 3501! W University Ave 373-8482 r 330OSW Archer Road1372. .0431'
Esnc:
332 W. Madison Ph. 964-77O1 STARKE.395! W Madison/964-5000, /
!Mrs. Lucy Her is ,
)/ long a
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. Lawrence Boulevard & Sylvan Way 473.4952:0.: .
in
,.. patient Bradford County
LAKE BUTLER W M.oi Si .1'11.. (ii* ---- --
Hospital following( a stroke

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January 15. J 11176! Ta.cm.\J'1I:: : i'lllt':1:

Green Acres 4-H Club Meeting HeldThe Karen Bennett and Jerald Laliberte

I
Green Acres 4-H Club Mrs. Becky Giebeig gave a Held i in JacksonvilleMiss
Saturday
Wedding
held its first meeting of the talk and demonstration on Baldwin Olds
new year at the home of Mr. several projects. She explained Chevrolet
and Mrs. James Balcom on about the show and Karen Ann Bennett
Tuesday night, January 6, at tell method which will be daughter Mr. and Mrs. Ovid
7-3(1: ( p.m. used at the next meeting. D. Bennett and Jerald Joseph
Terry Parrish Tammie1Iaria Laliberte son of Mrs. Delia .
Mullis was elected Johns and Jamie WhiteheadS Laliberte and the late Horace clJ xwaic; (! :

t. of Arms upon the resignation volunteered to give a speech Laliberte all of Jacksonville yh
of Bill Banks from that about their project at the next were united in marriage
position.. meeting. Saturday, January 10, at 6
p.m. in the Cedar Hills Baptist


*::. / *' Church Rev.ceremony.Richardson in Jacksonville.performedthe }4, It aI 0 13BlJaJ[ 0

-- Mrs. Everett Perry + a' _
M' organist and James Lewis
soloist presented a programof
nuptial music. ...
-
Mr.- and Mrs. Jimmy Rowe Mrs. James Barron visited Eddie Johnston served as 11Ott
and family of Sanford will be her aunt Mrs. Lula White In best man and Greg Devero
weekend guests of Mr. and Gainesville Tuesday.Mr. and David Laliberte were
Mrs. Robert Green. ushers.
I l I
and Mrs. Gary Buckley Miss Debbie Collins attended 1.
Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Dupre Mrs. Gary Grable and Mr. and as maid of honor and 1 6
visited Mr. and Mrs. B.G. Mrs. Steve Thomas and son Miss Cynthia Gonzales and tk
Mcintyre at Ponte Vedra Blake visited relatives and Mrs. Martin Sauls were bridal 4
Beach on Sunday.Mrs. attended a wedding in Grand attendants.
Prairie Texas last week. Little Gina Shaw attendedas
R.C. Buford is undergoing flower girl and John
/ eye surgery in St. Vine Mrs. Eoline Smith of San- Eubanks was ring bearer.
cent's Hospital this week. ford will be weekend guest of The bride given in 7
Mrs. James Barron. marriage by her father worea
Sale/ Now Going On At Leila's// gown of white satin organzain

Dress & Gift Shop Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tannerof an A-line silhouette. Appli
132-4 E. Call Baldwin were Sunday ques of re-embroidered
visitors of Mrs. J.H. Fields. alencon lace adorned the /rDUPLICATE

Mr. and Mrs. Chan Smith of bodice. Venise lace borderedthe / 1975 Chevrolet Luxury Nova
Pittsburg, Kas. were recent Sale Now Going On At Leila'sDress round yoke and high neck
line. Garlands of Venise lace
Champion.Mark visitors of. Mr. and Mrs. Leo & Gift Shop trimmed the bishop sleeves New 4 Door Sedan Loaded Real Plush
132-4 E. Call and the full skirt and chapel

and Champion son of Mr. Victor Moody and Dennis train. Her to a long camelot veil was cap attached of List Price $5358.80 Sale Price $4550
Mrs. Don Champion of DeVoe of Jacksonville were
alencon and Venise lace with
Hall Lake returned Tuesday Friday guests of Mr. and Mrs. .
streamers of Venise lace flowing '" g '
from Alachua General Guy Andrews and attendedthe -
down the veil. She carrieda
Hospital where he underwent Oklahoma
lung play. bouquet of white orchids.A 1975 Chevrolet
surgery.
reception was held at the
Mr. and Mrs. James
Mrs. Bill Collins of Jenkins O'Brian of Willow Lakes Country Club.
Humboldt Tenn. Wheel Drive
Standing in the receiving KKIDGE and Mrs. Glenn C j Pickup
burg. Ga and Mrs. Leslie are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lee Mr.
Lowber of Monroe Wash. Sparks this week. line were the bride and groom CLt'B RESULTS Ritch. Sr. of Starke announce I.
spent last week with their bro her parents and bridal attendants Lora Francis and Rhea the birth of a daughter. Lea 1 [New % Ton Turbo Hydramatic Power Steering
.
ther-in-law and sister Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. John Torode Mrs. James Ebanks Johnson were the winning Shantel, born Dec. 17 in Ala I.
Mrs. Albert L. Crosby and and family have moved to the kept the bride's book. couple at Duplicate Bridge chua General Hospital. 1 [Locking Rear Axle Rear Step Bumper H.D. Suspension
Mrs. Dale Johns presided at
also visited their father Torode home on Kingsley Tuesday night. Dr. and Mrs. Grandparents are Mr. and I.
Homer Townsend in Bradford Lake after selling their homeon the punch table and Ms. Lynn All Watana were second and Mrs. Marks Ritchand Mr. and 1 LisIPriceSS55.BD
County Hospital. Brownlee Road to Mr. and Collins and Mrs. Russ Carlisicut Mrs. Mac Baldwin and Mrs. Mrs. James M. Norman, all of I. 5191!!
the cake.
Mrs. Jack Hazen. wedding Sherrod Hamilton were third. Starke. 1 Sale Price
Sale Now Going On At Leila's Following a wedding trip to
Sale Now Going On At Leila's/ Daytona Beach and Disney
Dress & Gift Shop
World the couple will reside in Have your Carpets and
132-4 E. Call Dress & Gift Shop Jacksonville.The 1975 Chevrolet
132-4 E. Call bride granddaughter of Furniture Hand-Cleaned
:Mr and Mrs. Ralph E. Mrs. F.J. Shaw of Starke, Luv PickupRadio
Brown of Redkey Ind. were Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Moncrief attended Forrest High School Flower-Fresh!
last Wednesday to Friday visited Mrs. Sybil Betts in and the Florida College of
ut'stsof.Mr and Mrs. George Quincy over the weekend. Medical and Dental Assistants sTr Duraclean | Heater White Walls Decor Pkg Rear Step
\\ Brown. .

Mrs. Thelma Mendoza of Mr. Laliberte attended enam.4hxuphun. Pro,.... .. NII'.d' 1 by (Bumper 15000 Miles Sale PriceLisIPriceSJSJS.1S
:Mrs Art Tyler of Jacksonville Jacksonville was last Thurs Ribault High School. the ramnl' + .t..1 N.mm"d..d by ........?...
was last Friday guest ofMr day luncheon guest of Mrs. eddur" pt, .1.."... al'adnul, Jnd Housc II !l-.. ..-\.
: and Mrs. Maxie Carter Carrie Hitch and Mrs. Garden Endnr.ed hy major .mrpel' and "A... 'rY'turn'Iwc ::: ', : : 52975
Sr Woolen. manuldl,. iurrrc 'p.o'd', by \ .-::;;;t:; J
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Long inlenor, designers' : and home lur".hn/l'. ,,, ,,
/ : ;: : ./ -3: ft* JM -
have returned from Las ,. .....1. ,. Call no "1 'her "n'.hu" w-.r. "
Rev and Mrs James Mr and Mrs. 1\1.11. Sheppard -
Starling and children spent of Brunswick spent the Vegas Nev. where they spent DURACLEAN BY OLIVER
1975 Chevrolet Nova
last t\u'l'k..t Br>'son City N C weekend with Mrs. Kate the Christmas holidays with
Sheppard and attended Okla their son-in-law and daughter
homa. Capt and Mrs. Dan M. Pater 496-2835 4 Door Sedan Air P.Steering P.Brakes Turbo

Sale Now Going On At Leila's (Sec till) III and daughter, Stephanie.
Page
Wheel
Hydramatic Bumper Guards 6 Cyl Radio -
Dress & Gift Shop -
132-4 E. Call Covers White Walls Tinted Glass Vinyl Interior Solid .


r I1w, -l r Light Blue 8300 Miles ;53875

THE: BR FORD List Price 54588.30 Sale Price
( Ol'\n' TKI.KGKAPII: :
Published fr> Thursday;
at I.J8V.: 'all Street
Starke, Florida 32091 1975 Chevrolet Malibu Classic


Second Class postage! paidat 4 Door Sedan Air P.Steering P Brakes Turbo
Starke', FloridaSubscrlplion
Hydramatic 350 V 8 Wheel Covers White Walls -
Rates'' :
In trade area' : IB.OU per Radio Vinyl Interior Solid Beige 4500 Miles
>ear: 1.1.50six months

Outside trade' area: S7.0O ; S4150

prrvear: SI OO six months : :://:4.'t'_ !1 Jlrtill IM7r ,r List Price 51 63.25 Sale Price



MAL.ONEElamourpedic _. '. y 1975 Chevrolet Impala


: : 4 Door Sedan Air P. Steer P Brakes -Turbo Hydramatic -

,,, I Tint Glass Radio White Walls Wheel Covers Vinyl

WAI.!* PRICK '" .,
; Interior Two Tone Blue & White 3650 Miles


<7' : ; ...::'jf's.J Q.i' 17t'llJj-tg.E': '= ::11 "' :;--. _. I $1500

/; '; _i89S: .1Jt. I. #,.",, .fI,; ;.._....i;___ .....,;-J;;:; "' w---(""''\- .'" -.. -:.-.:-_... ,,-...... .. I List Price $5531 ,30 SALE DISCOUNT

I 1r;,,' .a :;: ,. : ::. _:\ "' 'HH.'F. -'.... 5i.3 s'ss gc't .' I Iv

.r ..itj:;,.. '. ..... r.r. .- ffi:I!D:'ll.r.J.:. ,.... (',""..,,,. :,,;.. ...'o.-: :; .... ,
": III. .i '':" --Z ; "' -=r; "::: .. .... 9'-5'- -t'o.; ; :_ A 1975 Chevrolet Long Fleetside PickupRadio
-! .
: J':=i : \ ... ; ;c't\'t-\ :
> .-;. .;, :; .. .. }=::.;:' ':;: -: :$ =-i' ..g" : ;: ,--" i1 :; '"
+ I \ :' ; -s; : :.:1 ; : 4i =::"": ':;:..Iq Heater 350 V8 Turbo Hydramatic -

c .. ... \ '- >... ................ .. "
,
T ..-'V..' .. V.\\, ". ,. II.. --m- Power Steering Gauges
by Jim Lawson ... .."' '{." ........ ""' ,.. '...': ... ...1 c
'r. 1 400
HIGHEST PAID \ 'Y'v: ;-{;- ",.. List Price S4685,70 SALE DISCOUNT

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GOVERNORWhich : mil. ,Innnt., 'ihi,* yad( ,MM,'".'h"" i --t\
ode .if htJiml, mu \Iil"n., Gh< .",, qpn ." i
state pays their .. 'ally drnanw,| | (lot. I'inodn'> l lim>.,. ,",h.1.II"n., .* 1975 Chevrolet Impala
governor the best salary? rtUmiHjrpelicniattrt, .il New York is the leader.
paying the governor $50,000 III 4 Door Sedan Air P. Steering. Brakes Turbo
per year. Following close : SEW THK: SEW '1111NEW: : I
behind are Pennsylvaniaand THOPIl'AS.CiUL.; ... STRKAMIUIN : : H.OKIDIAN Hydramatic Tinted Glass Radio White Walls Wheel

Illinois. Each of these i\\l\ MIII -: 's/| | IN IN slhII.
states pay their top executives ,uul.ir T'l'll Kh ,I'litilrn Hi uiil.ir' ,ei.ln, I-in It,: ,TII-I, i. ,uiil.irWi'tll.Mh, :, 'I"' "" :MALONK Covers Vinyl Interior Solid Beige 13,500 Miles
$45,000 per year. -.dr! ., -ilt MililniiH, llnSjirinu, Ml'ltH \lai,,,hlug Iliix spring" a't.'., \I.,,,hna Ion I "pnr.y'i'i, \nil njnv nti, .ml* $1500
lhi timfiirt. /Imtmluit List Price S5418.30 SALE DISCOUNT
> t
Most of the other I I..i/F Mil I I I -I/I MM I I S/| | .
Gover. .
Hill. .11..1.1.' 'S\l' V T'Mli1JI It..ii iwir.i.i, I"1. I.. i"i'll '''I; II... II'i i Win I IH. SMInr I.I < ', ihi ihi p tippurtif "
make salaries .
nors ranging .. otifl
I Inn
? mtitin*
M N SIKII.U..M1I1U.I UNr| H-N "
from $20,000 to 140,000. | 1)1 i.. hnn..d. Those
altt.hlU.lI. l. Who
For Have Been
S\t| I'KI.-II II X JhllUM-l \1.| Jl'l'KIM. 'Hill tn'Oti! s\l- Jl'l'i'ihIM. Waiting
However several gover ; .. sl/l- '. ,".. mil' i linniM/cri' ,tor
nors make less than (20,000 Kill UU lc! ,..I 1 SUI-: Sfll'tt Hill I 17'IT-' ,., ..11I.'rl.'li| "' 11..I /II"1, t' iiii-r.' IIrdnl, The
For Extra
and the state with the low r.Mole=,trr'r"IT'S G'Mrrrr.. Special
est pay Is Arkansas. The s
of Arkansas
governor

not year.makes a So.high only you paying see 110,000 politics profes.per Is A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT -1,7', 75 Model Prices I

sion. Of course there Is :\
always the reward that a 6r
man gets from knowingthat
he has provided a ser r
vice to the people. i i

This is our motto in the
business world "pro
vide customers with the /
ito
best In service." We strive 4
every day to give our cus
tomers the good service ll
that w. know they deserve. 301 oitn non 964-7500


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T' & 'v .January


tt# family centers Savings Time
ooao( ( oooopoaa[!){: ( (
u.s.301 s. SHOPPING CENTER Starke Fla.

48"x 81" ': EXPIRED PATENT ASST.VARIETIES
M\U\
PLAIN or BACKED = KOTEX
.' ROSE $188 EACH
DRA ;' HOUSE 9 c

$ES.8!?! 1 BUSHES 2 faR $3 \:o:.-; 47c PLANTS 7 G!


TIER AID LADIES SHORT SLEEVE 8 LB.BAG
e VALANCE CARAMEL
J'" I BLOUSES A76 POTTING
: c $ 9ge
i CORN 56 SOIL
.64 : :: TER .
SET F O REG.'3" EG'!"

FULL SIZE ASST.PlnERIS LADIES ',
SPREADS CANNON lot&LLSIZES < WICKER
BED
BIKINI"
.,
00
: SNicE'S' PANTIES HAMPERS$1
:. 1'2
""r. ______,$1288 : 50 REG.69" WHILE THEY LAST

1e""" BED LADIES ASST. STYLES X1

CARPET 1JJ4J'PILLOWS\ ,/I.. ,,: t\\ BRAS MILDEW $' 99
PIECES 50 '!? $1 33 : \ $'/ 76 REMOVER
EL ? REG.'244
MEN'S76ODESSY
YARNSNIRTSE LADIES 1COMET
/
'
EA. __ $7 76 DRESSES 2 CLEANSER 11cREG.9
LIMITS PRICE
QUAKER STATE
MEII'S VIOL
DOWNY
ACRILAN HOUSE $3 s MOTOR 53c FABRIC 43C
YARN 76Y: SHOES
.,,& .Ce.oa.T REG.'4" 3 rID30 LIMITS SOFTENER

DARNETTE '..JlTSAID LADIES DIAMOND STEEL

SECONDS TOPS BUFFALO $816 ALUMINUM WOOL 1 Dc

$222 SANDALS FOIL 33c BALLS
BY BUSTER BROWN RUm" m..I&

INFANTS DRESSES COLEMAN MEN'S PAM

DIAPER AND $216 CAMPING FUEL $116 SOCKS TUBE 66c COOKING SPRAY 97C

SETS REI.'1"' REG.'I"

PRINTED JERSEY ARMSTRONG NESTLE .... GOLDEN
FABRIC ,. 79 c
RE FLOOR $276 HOT LIGHT'C
11
1 Pieces 's 10. TILE COCOA :4 -. BULBS p
'111.0'1 RE&3" '- 80.15.100 win PI&.014

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January IS, 107* TKLKC.KAIMI: Pages:

School . . .

I Council Chairman Files Complaint. Against Hampton Marshal ''Ktom' Page)\ II Henry Block has

HAMPTON Complaintshave regular monthly meeting of was making the charges Bruno raised the question of man was making them Councilman Hank Lott met at in favor of feeding students
been filed by Hampton the council on Tuesday Jan. "I drew up the charges as whether the council was mak because it was his under Councilman Gene Taylor's during academic hours 17 reasons why
City Council) Chairman Ted 13, but the hearing was post- city attorney," Welty said ing the charges or the chair standing that Curtis and home with Green on Sunday although I'm not opposed to should come
Curtis, Sr. against elected poned by Mayor Arthur night the idea of a breakfast you
Marshal Ralph Green on two Bruno. Possibility exists that Lawtev FD Discussion Postponed... program" McKinney said. to us for incometax
... Curtis The orange juice, donut or
counts of discharging fire- the marshal could be removed set Tuesday, Jan. 27,
arms in the city limits of the from office by the council. at 8 p.m. at City Hall here as toast and milk would be of- help.
city here. The charges stem from an (From page I) soda on it, Miscally said, Spurgeon Massey a former the date and time of the post- fered to students for 10 cents.
The council was scheduledto incident which involved a dog until the February meeting to noting the lack of proper fire city councilman was named poned hearing, The state Department of
everybody a chance to extinguishers fire chief. James Waters was the
hear the complaints at the being shot at several months give Education, advocating
ago that had apparently attacked find out what the complaintswere The two firemen mainly named assistant chief, Russell Bruno also declined to suspend project, would subsidize the I
and bit a three-year old all about CouncilmanScott wanted to learn who the top Miscally captain, Don Brown Green at the meeting meal at 34 cents for those
School Budget... child. suggested that Marshall man in the fire departmentwas lieutenant, and Carl Normanwas after postponing the hearing. getting a free breakfast and 23
(From. II) The other case involves an Jordan, as fire chief, recom- so some improvementcould elevated to sergeant. The question was raised at cents for those getting a
page JIIt.J..r;
incident on Sunday afternoon, mend some changes in the begin to take place. Since the reorganization, the meeting whether Green reduced rate. A'
school system was announcedby Jan. 11, when two shots were operation of the fire depart "You know you're respon-" says Fireman James Sparks had a warrant for young Cur- "I hate to see other schoolsnot
school board attorney Jess fired at Curtis's son ment, since he made the sible," Clerk Lucille Shufordtold the department, has begun to tis at the time The Telegraph have it because of a Reason 1.We are\income tax ..
Wolbert allegedly the marshal recommendations last time Jordan at the Jan :5 council .-'. function and make improvement checked with the Bradford logistical problem at specialists We ask the right
A recent Florida Supreme as was to take apparently Two new firemen were at meeting. County Sheriff's Departmenton Southside.! If it only costs a questions VIle\ dig for every
Court ruling allows school him Into attempting being the meeting to point out the At a meeting of the Fire;. You can look for better Tuesday night and Chief dime many students would honest deduction We want to
custody as leave no stone unturned to
boards to be exempt from AWOL from the Army. shortcomings of the fire Department members, the things to come," says Sparks. Deputy Sheriff Robert Green want to take advantage of it," make sure you pay the
municipal utility tax. Wolbert Bruno asked Attorney department Both Lt Russell night following the council The department plans to indicated that National Guard McKinney said.McKinney smallest legitimate tax
advised the board not to pay a Richard Welty for an opinionas Miscally, who is a fireman by meeting Marshal Jordan have more drills and to offer officials were in the process of was appointed to
10 percent tax levied by the to who sits as the presiding profession and who works in resigned his post as fire chief. first aid classes to the public. sending a copy of their war serve with Douglas on a
City of Starke.Business officer in the case Welty ruled Jacksonville, and James Jordan organized the depart-' Former Chief Jordan said rant to the local sheriff's committee to further study
Manager Eddie that the Mayor under Hamp- Sparks said the department Is ment over eight years ago, the top fire department post department. the problem in hopes of H&R BLOCK:
Douglas estimated a savingsof ton's ordinances, sits as lacking in fire fighting equipment built the fire station, and will was "just a responsibility I no Marshal Green indicated at starting the project.Implementing .
about $15,000 on utility bills \. still remain a member of the longer wanted. the meeting that he was also the breakfast THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE
charged by the city since July, Judge.Welty then showed the If they had to go in to put outa department, he says. "1 feel the department can expecting a copy of the war program was first discussedin 118 N. WALNUT 96 WON ST 964.8286OPEN .SAT
when a Leon County case the ordinance. blazing stove top they'd be In the reorganization that function better with a new rant in the mail on Wednesday effort to fore efficiently
received the Supreme Court mayor"!low did we arrive at this reduced to pouring baking followed Assistant Fire Chief' chief," Jordan said morning, Jan. 14 utilize cafeteria personnel t
ruling that such taxation is "
unconstitutional point Bruno asked.
that either the
In other action at the Mon- Welty replied
the council chair
mayor or
day night meeting:

approved-The board limiting unanimously bus spur man matter may, which bring Curtis charges did.in the THURS, FBI., SAT. & HON., ONLY!

Bruno then, after studyingthe
routes to one-half mile from
ordinances, announcedthat
the main route unless pupilsare
he was postponing the
physically handicapped.
trial until month's meeting
next
Two local residents spoke in
JANUARY
and wanted all the charges
dur
opposition to the change
presented to him in writing
ing a public hearing held at110Iday's
He then asked Welty if he
\ meeting, challenging :1
the method of calculating
mileage from the main route InspectorGets MONEY-SAVERS !1
tr. pickup points. General Services
Worm 0f Eh l rtrGle Wwt1Ad
Manager Jesse Moore Axe...
told the residents that areas in
question would be recheckedto (From page II)

assure accurate mileage. The board agreed to advertise -
.Approved payment of a immediately for a '
$1,515' balance to C.A. Gunter replacement, as Wilson was
Mooring Company for re- terminated as of the meetingon MasJUMBO ROOM
finishing the high school gym Jan. 8. The vote to terminate
floor. The board balked at an him on that date was o TOWELS
unannounced expenditure of also on a unanimous vote of SIZE
$t75 for painting the stripes of the board. tta REG.
a girl's volleyball court duringthe Members then discussed nd EAg
refinishing but finally what they would do if an inspection W $1.17 RUGS
approved the measure was needed during
4FBR$1CHAIR
because the project was done the time Union County did not WISH CLOTHS REG. $18.00 EA
with appreciable haste duringthe have and inspector It was the IK
holidays Total cost of the plan of the board to ask for
project was $2,855.In help from other nearby $158:
further action at the Jan. iunties.)
I 12: meeting, the board: In other business, the board pAls ,
-Approved the appointmentof voted to recommend) to the -I.
I'd I Farnsworth as! auditorfor County Commission that Dan V W11'FTa/ FT. X
(the school system's Inter. Parrish be appointed to ( : 3
nal accounts for the 1974-75 itpldceShands Howard on the V
fiscal I year at t a top cost of seven.men board. Howard's $10 I 1rdi
$:!.7110. resignation was accepted at
.-Voted to repair an air con- the County Commission Assorted colors
ditioner damaged by lightning meeting on Jan. H. .
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Staike Loaning the property bard.
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I Tornado Five Brings Home Two Wins For 6-3 Season u ....oea nlnm n. ftw Wild. I

.I Macclenny Game com-e however r -
S. ; win as cats would :as
Bradford High basket- The Tornadoes Bulldogs opened up by Berry had another gooa James Perry was )high point "Freddie Aldridge and "I was proud to said Wayne Berry put the Bradfordfive
the played
bailers won their third and strong against to 25-12 first night for the Tornadoes with man for the Bulldogs and the Emmitt Bright did a good jobon poorly as we Sexton after his back ahead 33.31 with one
fourth games in a row b> moving quickly lead. The a Bulldogs 25 points with Alfred Ross contest with 29 points Tim defense for us," Sexton ,; Coach Mike escaped as 45.40 of his patented turn around
defeating the Baker County/ quarter hitting 16 markers and Darrell Cherry chipped in 15 points to said. cagers Baker High jumpers with 21 seconds: left In
all court
switched to the
an pressin in
Wildcats 45-40: in Macclennyon the second chapter and Moody .canning ten points. be the other man In double k_W G.rsrs winners always a the third period."I .
Macclenny.
Friday. Jan 9. and also forced a lot of mistakes by the figures for the Bulldogs. (MS U U >' .2-7. gym in for the Tornadoesto was worried about those
won over the Suwannee Tornadoes and BHS has a slim Coach Mike Sexton Indi- LO tt 27 ItMI 1- tough place in the close confines of free throws," said Coach Sex.

Counts Bulldogs at Live Oak 40-36 halftime lead. It was 64- cated Moody came off the wayne Berry had 22 : MMf *,1.'. *.v" Spry IIIt. s- the play small gym with Mac- ton. "We didn't get to the free
In Tuesday. Jan. 13. by a 53 at the three quarter mark. bench in the first half to score rebounds and Ross had 11 .ROM'<<..WWII Barry 117.Moody. fans giving vocal throw line until the fourth
score of 76.68.Wlnnmg The was close in the two baskets and then in the rebounds, the Tornadoes solo Himpian 114. AiorkWw IS.Br i clenny the Wildcats. quarter, then we couldn't hit
on the road, the game rebounds in the .'nt 040. Total'! )).10'* iI support to We've been
tied at 48-48, crucial third quarter he hit on grabbing 51 I good them. hitting a'''
third quarter. IO Pirrv 14 I If.T CHorry 6715. D. Bradford High! played
Tornadoe five has improvedits
three buckets to the Tor- contest .. good percentage from the free
when Wayne Berry put the help Clwrrv. 1.0- Mtl v 3 0. MMOV -0- defense, using a full court
season mark to 63. Tornadoes ahead 50-48 for nadoes gradually move aheadto The.Tornadoes hit on 33 out 4, Owcnl JO* w.t.f-i 1 04 Tot''l'771 with little Kenny Hampton throw line." Bradford endedup
good midway in this chapterof win their fourth straight of 73 shots for a 44.6 shooting II press buzzing around the kneesof with three points from the

Live.Oak. Game the game game. percentage. the taller Wildcat playersand charity line compared to 14

.-. stealing the ball numerous for Baker.

I Five BHS Gridders Make All- tate Team f I kept overs.times.on the No steals statistics or turn were Berry With still Baker bombing ana the Wayne basket

'We shot a terrible percentage and marking an occasionalshot
Tommy Edwards Scott Scott Pooser was selected to Jimmy, being a junior is "He has had two fine yearsas Clark made 31 unassisted from the floor." said the Tornadoes built up a
Pooser. Jimmy Clark. Glen the second team as a defensive counted on to be an important quarterback and has the tackles during the season and Coach Sexton, expressing disappointment nine point 44-35 advantage in
Beaver Desue. and Jimmy middle guard Hurse said member of the 1976 BHS opportunity to be an outstanding assisted on 24 others. He in his players' 21 the fourth period. With' jus>-
Prevatt were selected b> the Pooser was a natural at his team" Hurse said. More than foorball player in 1976," rushed 66 times for 258 yards, baskets in 71 shots from the over two minutes left the Tor- '
Florida Sportswriters Association position and was one of the likely he will go both ways Hurse said. an average of 3.9 yards per floor a 30 percent accuracy. nadoes started to stall. Ford"1
to the 1975 3A State finest down linemen to play at again in 1976. Hurse indicated. Hurse added that Prevail carry. He also rushed for two Still the Tornado defense kepta closed the score to 44-40 with
Football team in an announce BHS in the last twenty years. :ast in the role of leader at extra points. Clark punted 35 hand in the face of the taller :2.! 13 left as he got inside for a
ment made in the Orlando "What Pooser lacked in size "Clark, at 225 pounds can :quarterback must prepare times for an average of 36.9 Wildcat cagers who shot just basket. Baker fouled on the
Sentinel-Star Jan 10 he made up in effort." Hurse be as good as he wants to be himself to meet the challenge per punt. 34 percent but the Wildcatsgot shot and Ford make it a three
said. with a Tot of hard work can be by hard work and dedication."His carried the ball 230 only 38 shots from the floor pointer.
Edwards selected for DeSue
was
among the best in the state in
the econd straight year to the Pooser was credited with 78 1976," Hurse said. kicking ability was times for 1.150 yards, an aver He 1R and Bradford made 13 pulled baskets.to a 16-10! Using' the stall. Bradford
first team as an offensive tackles and assisted on 21 instrumental in three wins in age of five yards per carry >
the to
tackle others during the 1975 season. DeSue made honorable 1975 by kicking two field goals scored 10 touchdowns and was first period advantage! on cagers managed keep the '
who ball from
oflll1on: Baker away Macclenny.
,
back. and an extra point that made the team scoring leader with shooting
He moved to Starke from mention as a running
Tornadoes
Loach David Hurse the of ," Hurse that included running led with 18 points, and Wayne The went to the
Head t Miami during the middle of "He is an extremely fine football margin victory 64 points had 16 free throw line three
points. times
who
aid that Edwards did an outstanding the tenth grade. player who could do it all said. for two extra points. Berry.
Baker High closed it down but made only one point in the
job for the Tornadoesand as a blocker receiver, punt "All athletes selected are t
final minutes
.. hard worker. He is Prevatt rushed 100 times for gradually by using its heightto two as they ran
as a Clark selected returner, and faked the ball deserving of their recognition -
the
was
to and spend- the clock out.
still talking to several colleges! third team well," Hurse said. ," Hurse said. 236 yards with an average of good advantage!
linebacker.
as a throw lire
about Retting a scholarship Hurse said he showed "DeSue was also a good Hurse indicated that the 2.36 yards per carry He ing time at the free within
Edwards has good size at 6-2 steadyimprovement Nurse said staff was passed 103 times with 47 com- The Wildcats pulled Scar by Quarter
,
entire coaching
team player
; and is one of the 2421. at the half, Sake 10 11 10
Hecame and had five three points. 5 w
and weighs 230 pounds. selected the pletions passes
on that these playerswere
few athletes Prevatt was pleased Bridlord
on the team whois the Tornadoes 11-8 I 11. I 12 4S
to Starke from Jackson- intercepted for 548 yards. Pre- outscoring
honorable mention team as a honored by the state'ssnorts
of
capable both
.dIe and played at BHS since playing place kicker. writers association vatt scored four touchdowns, in the second period. andfordBekrr 57 19. Warn Spry
''hiit). grade ways booted ten extra points and Macclenny tied the !same 31- = 016' Ron 000. W.lln. Berry "II J
Bradford kicked three field goals. all with 29 seconds left in the Br ijhf 000 Godwin 000 Hampton
CagersGo '01." 71! 1 45B
BHS Wrestling Team Milton Baker, leading BUS third period as tall Bob Ford .... l Ford 6 517 Varoorougr 0 J IMKn ,
? To Palatka) scorer averaging IH points, sunk both ends of two chancesat ,> .r .0', Kennedy lit. Davit 0 5
b/ fires from the side against the free throw line and V iron 1 0 7 Total. 13 U 40

Host Eastside! Wins Sixth In OcalaThe Macrlrnnv added as basket from outside

r A four game winning streak
will be put on the line in a
game against Palatka South's undefeated Bradford -122 pouna class: lonuuy Hawks Warriors Each Win 2
Meng (B) pinned Trennis Wilson
Braves Friday. Jan 16. on the High Wrestlers won their sixth ,
(V) in the second .
newly remodeled gymnasiumfloor straight match of the seaon by period.129 1 I
and the following Tues defeating Ocala Vanguard 38- pound class: Martin
day the Tornadoes travel to 18 Jan. 8 in Ocala.Undefeated Smith 'iV) pinned Floyd btis As Bantam Cage Play OpensThe
Gainesville to take on the Captain Erie Williams (B) in the first
Eastside Rams both double- Biggs continued as the leaderin round.
headers slated to commenceat the Tornado victory by -135 pound class: Biggs (B) Starke Recreation The I law ks-took a 22.\\1 half IennClark and Scot Hudson
630p.m quickly pinning his opponent pinned McNeil (IV) in the first Department's Bantam Bas- time lead and were up 11>-2,1 ai led"the Celtics with 11
A.kCharley Earlier in the year the 'J or. Allen McNeil: in the first round.141. ketball League. ages 10-12. got the end of the third period points each with Hennie
nadoes easily defeated the period. pound class: Dwight its league schedule underway The Hawks put two players ir Lennon and Cary Bramble !
scrappy Palatka South Bravesby Summary of meet: Hewett (131) pinned Daniel Wednesday Jan 7. with a double figures.! Bill Uoodpt,: getting two points each.
y ,
a score of 72-41 They are Ford (IV) in the second period.148 double header in the old armory and K'nl1Gnerlb with ID
E, r' looking to extend the winning McDonald ouna class: Allen pound class: Charley gym Chuck: Johnson had MX I and I
streak to five games in this (Hi) lost a 4.2 decision Revels ( B) won a decision The Hawks and the Punkin' Johnson had 2 to help M arriors Take l.ukrrs
contest to Brent Rosenthal (V'> from James Gurley (IV) by a Warriors are each 2-0 and will out The Lakers were led b\: I on :01 011 dol\ Jan. 12 the
John. Revenge will be the name of --108 pound class: Ricky score of 24-4. k meet Wednesday. Jan 14. in Kerry Fisher Ith ii]::\ points U armors took on the (',..ItICSand
the game when BHS takes on :Norman (B) pinned Thaddeus --158 pound class: Danny the second !game of the double Udnl l Thornton had 8. HIck} had a (ably eas) time of it
About This Question the Eastside Rams who Brown (Vi) in the third period Bargo (V.on) a decision s header The; winner will take Sullivan and Wilbtrt Sew el as they won ::1.V2: (>
: nipped them 64-63 in the heartbreaking -115 pound class: Martin from Joe Lazenby by a sole possession of first place in each had 4. and Hubert Berry The Celtics took the lead at
"I have heard that, in loss in the opening Slocum iB' ) pinned Stanley score of 54. the standings The first game!: 2 the enduf the first | -riod. (fi-2.
event of theft, if the !game of the season White ''V> in the first round. -170 pound class: Richard between the Celtics and the The Bantam games are hut then didn't score at all in
police are not notified Cashman iV) won a decision Lakers will find the loser all played each :Mondax( andt'hlt'Mldl I ho second period to trail 12-fi
immediately, it from Kenneth Cruger (B) by a alone in the cellar. \\ afternoons, at the at the half The Warriors I hen
result jrt may CRABTREE BUILDERSARE score of 85. Old Armor). same limes\ "I aclilnl i 12 in the third acid I I in
non-payment of
-188 pound class: Dennis :3 IU:) and 4 :tit pm. the fourth period to win K'!' "gawav
the'itleuranceclafm. Is it Brown <( tru4hat a late loss YOU THINKING OF BUILDING A HOME? from Jeffrey Preston by a o The Warriors under the The Lakers had two t players and 'six points in the last two.

claim can also jeopardize score of frt.Heavyweight. coaching of Leonard Chubi< in double figures. Kerry prods The Celtics had their

an insurance Give Us A Chance To Bid class: Larry Johnson met the Lakc>rs, Fisher with 15 arid l Daryl !shots but |lust couldn't make
settlement?" Williams ''V) won a decision coached b> Keith Carter The Thornton lu Hubert Berry 4. I them
We Do The Work Ourselves To Save You Money from Jimmy Clark < Bby a Warriors came from behind to Wilbert Sewell 2. Hobble (;(id- Todd, Jackson again led the I
Charley E. score of 85. ..... down the Lakers 48-34 win 2. and Kick) Sullivan with \\ arriors. !-t'orllllIii l points
Both teams got off to a slow on 1.'. rounded .out the Lakers though not plaiii the first
JOHNSAGENCY Otis Crabtree Larry Henry "a neHnry lofts a turnaround start with I the score at I the half scoring IJl'rl"d! Edward: t Inkier had
FLORIDA jumper Macclenny: 1411. in favor of the Lakers. Ii, Scott .\II.'n.i. Jimmy Sew ell
131 SO WALNUT STPHONE 964-8037 485-1064 despite Hob Ford the in hand of Baker's But then the Warriors cameon hawk, 4tp 1 8-1 29 his face. Berry strong scoring 19 points in The second game was closeras :\ :' 2 Scott! Hudson wa>
94-gQ7O scored 16 points against Baker
/ the Hawks coached b> high lor the Celtics with
--.c, THEATRE and 23: against the the third period and 18 pointsin in
#'".. :: ,.-1., '::>< .....,.... -.........'": -- -'>Yo>>"-""", ( flak. the fourth period The lionnie Thomas set down !the points Kenny 'lark had eight
Z'Yf"
W; 7 :. Lakers meanuhile. cooled off Celtics, coached by Randall and Kohert Gornlo had 2. tu
_"", J Fri Sat Sun No-Loss Matmen and scored just six points in Oa\ IS. :30-2H. round out the scoring ,
the third and then 14 in the The Hawks jumped out to a
__. 'r'1! Face 2 Matches fourth period to fall far short 12-0) lead at the end of the first q 1.
c --y _.. ../ period and w ere nexcr caught JVCugersLose
!
t although the Celtics camecloh'e .
1 The undefeated BUS lIa"'k'.t.k. Lakers t .
at the end of the thin)
/ .... rJ. r- wrestling team travels to The second. game betweenthe period. 2:1-22: More!
Hawks rid the Lakers
a wasa
Palatka to take on Central The hawks were fed by Kill
r Thursday, Jan. 15 at 8 p.m. good one as the Hawks Goodge/ with 14 points while
and Jan. 19, picked up their second win
on Monday. play Chuck Johnson with 6. KrnnvGnffis )
t host to the Macclenny Wild- and the Lakers lost their and Eddie Ttioirpkms The Bradford High junior
cats grapplers second. 42.31 had .') eachGrid Iarsity basketball team was
,defeated! by Maker County
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I Defense Has Been Bread And Butter For Tigers In Past Three SeasonsLAKE Play Men'Set Volleyball TonightThe


Men's Volleyball
BUTLER Football -Linebacker Cedric Warren -Monster man Glen Kemp Brant ley crawioru, a uvien-J Jones said senior defensive Senior Chris Lawson. a de- Jones said defensive Program will meet again this
Coach and Athletic Director made 136 tackles and assists, who has played 33-straight sive tackle. Jones said "was end and tight end Tim White- fensive cornerback, ended his coordinator Frank Yanossy, a Thursday night Jan. 15, 7:30
Jack Jones had all kinds of made two fumble recoveriesand games for the Tigers, made the Tigers most consistent head who was bothered by an career with 90 tackles and former all-Southeastern Conference P.M. This will be the last
praise for his defensive team had one pass interception! 102 tackles and assists, three player on the football field." injured ankle, kept him out of assists, had two fumble re- defensive tackle on night it will be held on
jn which he said, "Our defense fumble recoveries, six inter- ,lle was a senior. four ball games, was a class coveries, two pass intercep-- Doug Dickey's final Ten- Thursday night.
had 10 good games allowing --Dean uuices, anoiner ceptions and 11 pass break Senior cornerback Jimmy performer who played for tions and one breakup of a nessee team in 1%!), did an The new night will be on
an average of four points a linebacker, had a log of 115 ups. He was selected to the Mobley ended the season in three years.Junior pass. This was his first year as outstanding job with the Wednesday nights $t 7:30 p.m.
game, and giving up only one tackles and assists, plus one Suwannee Conference team. flying colors by recoveringthree a starter and Lawson did an defense all year. Senior high and older men,
touchdown pass all season." fumble recovery. fumbles against Jasper. Aiirea HOlmes, outstanding job through the are welcome to play.Mr. .
The players that brought He also had, during the sea defensive safety, was one of entire season according to
smiles to Jones' face when he -Tackle Darrell Williams Defensive end Curtis Addi- son two pass interceptionsand the quicker performers on the Jones.
talked about the season were made 101 tackles and assists, son, a senior, made the all- broke up five passes. He team. Jones said "he did his "The defense has been the
four juniors who will be back plus two fumble recoveries. conference team. made 64-tackles and assists. job very well." Tigers bread and butter the Fish
next year: He is another performer who three years I have been at .

-_ ...- played In 33-straight ames Lake Butler," Jones said.


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2 Of 3 Road DecisionsThe

2 Of 3 On RoadThe 'hlerland Game r Mullet

Union County JV was The UHS JV played a steady TroulShrimp
Union County Tigers Garry; White had his most I defeated by host Hawthorne slow-down in this contest, 5 ab.
basketball team lost on,, the productive game of the season "'a, 66-53 Friday, Jan. 9, on Satur- pulling it out with some steady C r
Hawthorne court 61.50 Friday and sparked the Tigers with 27 Aa day defeated Chiefland 32-25, shooting in the final period of s Red Fish
Jan. 9, then travelled to Chief-: points, 13 of those points com and on Tuesday Jan. 13 was play.
land on Saturday, easily defeating ing in the big third quarter. easily knocked off by New-
the Indians 72-48 and Boyzie Perry had 13 markersand berry 66-38. The Indians led 3-2 after the St ... a
Tuesday, travelled to New. Alfred Holmes chipped in opening chapter of the contest
berry where they came from ten points as the entire team The scoring tempo ".
behind to nip the Panthers 44- got a chance to get some playing Hawthorne Game picked up in the second quar-
43. time. a The Hornets broke open a ter and UHS moved to a 20-18
Hawthorne Game tight game that was tied at the halftime lead. The Tigers tooka ,
The Hornets moved quickly James Bennett with 12 end of the first chapter 10-10 20-18 lead into the final Fresh Daily .From
to a 12-6 first quarter marginand points and Doug Tillman with and with two minutes to play stanza. Cedar' -1 1peclaT0
steadily increased the ten were the high scorers for 4 in the half the score was Jesse Blount was again tne 1 : Keys Florida,
Chiefland.UHS .
lead throughout the ball game knotted at 2020. With three big gun for UHS with 17 points. "
by leading 25-16 at the half and quick steals the Hornets( Steve Sirmones had nine .
44-24 at the three quarter out-rebounded Chief cashed in to( grab a 30-22 half- markers. Clubs Etc.
land 30-17( during the S
mark. game time margin. The three quarter
with Paul White getting seven margin was 45-36. Lacy Anderson led Chief Sam Jackson (20) of I'HS Discounts
Both teams played reservesin and David Lovelace six re land with 14 points as they lost drives in for a layup In gamp
most of the last quarter and bounds. only its second game of 'the with Hawthorne as the llor-
the Tigers steadily narrowedthe Jesse Blount( with 19 points season.
mists lierbard Jenkins ((10)
Hornets margin of victory. The Tigers canned 25 of 48 kept the Tigers in the contest. tries to stop him. Mr. Fish Gr It
Albert Mann with 23 points shots for a 52.1 shooting per Gerry White 45)) of UHS Steve Sirmones had 16 points Nevvberry Game
and Steve Zavada with' 15 centage. Chiefland sunk 18 of tries to block a shot by Albert and Raymond Webb netted 10 The Tigers were easily
points were the big gunners 42 shots for a commendable :Mann (25) of Hawthorne as markers. defeated by the Panthers JV
for Hawthorne. 42.9 percentage. Sieve Zavada ((21)) also comes 66-38.
Co-captain: terry White to the aid.Softball.

scored 12 points and Tim I rt'i fact...
McGill pumped in 11 markersto Score by Qu..,.. Leagues iMMniurmt EAGLE Tfmniay
lead the UHS 10 21 31 B-7J 4 Ml IMS At IMU ,
Tigers.Hawthorne CMelland 10 13 7 18--48 64 IMAM MTWWMaxil RMIM l l Friday md

outreoounaea Being PlannedThe -- My? frit// 11F !
Stfllldiy
UHS 52-38 with Gerry White LT.II
UHS. Holmes 26 10, Perry '313. G la.1JjhD.tII.l
getting 11 rebounds and Paul Wime. V.Johns 124,5 Wi/hamSI0.I
White 8 to spark the Tigers in }.McGill 012.P While 0.. Jackson 3. City of Starke Recreation
this D. Lovelace' 102 I TOIe4252772 department has an-
category. nounced that t within the next

Score ,. month it will call a meeting to
by Quertert Cf Ian : Morgan u I. Bennett 4 4 SALE!
, Mewlriorne' 12 13 19 17-61 12, Mitcridl' 306, Kerney 01 I. P. decide dates for the different COt/PQN
OM1 6 10 | 2--50Hewthorne William 408, Tinman 3. lo, Powell 0. softball leagues that are con-
I I Il 22, Brannpn '.0 1 Totat 18 1249 ducted by the department.A .

l new league is slated to be
tame
ivewberry
Carey 1 1 ).Plnknty: Jenkins401.)0 Zavada Mack 63)3 lit., The Union County Tigers added this year with aWomen's Grab start and save save save.
scheduled scr s rs snipping
.. Church league -
Mann 9 J 3] Totals' 15 II 61.UMS came from behind on a basketby your ,
be added the other
to to
: Holmes )0.. Perry I 12. o Ralph Williams with eight
While* 12. Filer 13 5. McGill 3'11. P. seconds to play in the game, successful activities. The 6 twIELKINSON
50.While 401, Jackion I 2.. Tolall, id It defeating the tenth ranked spokesman for the recreation p0 1fJj9 -
Mpwberrv\ Panthers 4443. department has asked that y wq /
Chiefland Game those people who intend to .
Breaking open a close game sponsor or coach a team start = ILAIIEs-S's ave 50( 3 a rs.sLU
in the second half the Tigers The game was a slow deli- thinking about the upcomingseason
displayed the most torrid berate contest throughout the and be ready to cometo
shooting of the season, by exciting contest. the meetings with, some
hitting on seven out of seven Williams had 20 points to good ideas for making the 4t1Y3q9 t .
shots to make the score 5325. lead the Tigers in the contest, leagues better. POLYESTER DRESS I I ?
UHS hit on ten of 13 shots from while Boyzie Perry regainedhis There will be some changesin SUCKS FOR THE I I I
outside during this period. shooting touch to can 14 the softball league rules, so 6 ;l vtcls FDRMULA MM ON THE MOVE II IIFORMULA1
ui /4.O COUGH
markers. it is important that those OL A

Ending the irst quarter, the The Tigers held Freddie people responsible for ,..- 7sv.11v. :
J game was tied at 10-10 and at Scott,the Panthers big gun, to organizing the teams and
five points but Marvin Buch- leagues be present at the ar u s OuAIN
j the half the 31.23 in
score was For price, for quo ,
and forthcoming meetings.The
favor of the Tigers. The margin annon netted 13 points ,ly, you can't do
Walter Haynes had 10 points. dates and times of the rssLfl better!
at the three quarter mark Eagle's got OUR OUR
meetings will be announcedlater. the slacks want
you PRICE PRICE
was 5430. PRICE J aJ
In the last two years the in'16aohdsand WAS WAS
patterns. 30-38.
J4C' ) NTfl
price of domestic jet fuel has CLAIROL
more than doubled from a base l FINAL NETS OZ. MEN'S MACHINE WASHABLE EAGLE H.D.MW M" PORTABLE IRQ GRILL
Clean dust and grease fro pn SAVE 1.21 CANVAS DECK SHOES MOTOR OIL,QUART WITH CHROME PLATED GRID
Tigers Expect price of 12 cents a gallon, says the condenser coils of ) / ... Brass finished steel fold
the Air your re y irty Nan-slp soles for safely, cu. High detergent formula extends legs
Transport Associationof frigerator. This toned, ,innersole for all-day com engine, life, increases gasoline flat for compact storage. Big
Wins In TwoDo"bleheatler. Washington. saves energy. + rss1N fort. Canvas uppers, .....7-12. mileage.. And check Ihe price! 24" sue, 3-position grid.




NEED? + a 71 !14 1 P00 I 1 :VE P .

The Union County Tigers Y MEN'S SUEDE GALLON INSULATENYLON
have two home doubleheaderswith LONG SLEEVED CASUALS REDWOOD FOAM CUPS
teams they have pre- l CIRE JACKET yZ NPIRONSNIRI3 STAIN UPACKWEN'S

viously beaten during the sea- J r I
Garage
son ,
Friday Jan. 16, Cross City 1 / 1SSTC'epe WASKeeps
] %
rss1S1 rss
WALLS?
comes to Lake Butler and on i sale, drinks
Chieflandpays Room Addition ., J Waa, I si i pan or OK Fieshen up hot or cold
Tuesday, Jan. 20, unlined cottons in
t I.nt, r- ford. 7 to 12 old, wealh* 7 os. si le.Polyester .
e S.MLXL.
a call. Both Suwannee S.MLXL, 1K eied wood.

Conference scheduled to doubleheaders get uner way are at Remodeling or r

6:30: pm.Earlier. ./ Ve .".oJ&
a
in the season the oo tp9. a2a7 ZZ7. bkEN'S
RoofingNo
Tigers won a close game over POLYESTER \ MEN'S' w'PIRON MASTER FIRESIDE
the Cross City Bears 6259. N I KNITSNIRTS HOPSACKCASUAU .j- PLUMBER 'slu SNACK PARTY
TENNIS SHOATS FOA AEN Jas* DRAIN OPENER I CRACKERS
Chiefland
The recently Bears 1561Chiefland defeated. Money down Financing AvailableFor 1 1 / 1l/ 1 wAS 'IIt

was easily Information Call loti .....
defeated last weekend by the s Cushioned ASiH
It ASASS 1ST crepe sole. Fast acting,
Tigers 7248. 7 f Sues 7-11 o.._ Salted golden
wine stand
Ad ustabl. / Long sleeves,
The Tigers take a two-game Lake Homes .tots. silken feel.SMLXL. r A+ ing water." Qt.At rounds super
71 .
winning streak in to the con S Nk r 29.12. (fresh as.i
tests. UHS record now is five ;

wins and six losses and they A.M.To 5:00 VtI
After 7 P.M.
have since the won holiday three out break.of four 964-6853: 964-8583 I '- PJQ'% y) ROTS' 1A f. MEN'S e p No's''S

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SHOUT SLEEVE JEAN JACKETS PORCfLAM
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Presidential Preference Primary ;. I ,% .., \ Ropeplas rss.6o3 l9f WHIM-UK

IRI.Y Comfy pull print ions and for'sal.". S U"OCTAL.TOOL BOX Sturdy plastic/
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ELECTION OFFICE OPEN SWEATERS JAMBOREE AM TAIL WTTrl PRESS-OH
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Saturday January 24, 8:30: A.M. 5:00: P.M. ... I
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Phone 964-5634 re. Iar.d or vinyl coir* IN I COLORS fashion colors.

C' Ioolr. SML. ered metal. solid stata. Molded wood n_"," h,_.. 7VW". was 1 47.......,.1.11Heg.

Neva Flynn

Supervisor of Elections CONVENIENT 312 W. Madison St. Pack & Kings
STORES CIGARETTES 1$454
Bradford County FAMILY DISCOUNT 470 $144
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by Elizabeth Terry ROSE PLANTERS

CIILKCli: ACTIVITIES
Church: of God: Sunday I POTATO OIIPS
School 10 a.m. Worship Services sotlD
11 a.m. and 7 p.m. MI LK
Prayer meeting!: Tuesday 7 30. FRESHENER .OUNCE TWIN PACK'
\PE Friday 7:30: p.m. M AIR 1EG. '9'' UNIT I '
Evergreen Baptist: Sunday ASST. SCENTS. REG. 49t ,
School 10 a.m. Worship Services -
11 a.m. and 6:30: p.m. Chtjs
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 I 4 SKIN
p.m. CARE 3100
Faith Baptist: Radio Pro- CRM.PLANTERS o0 6 9
gram over WPXE Starke 8
a.m Sunday. Bible School: 10 Limit ilk. r
a.m. Worship Services 11 a m ?
and 7 30 p.m. Prayer Meeting Two FOR R LIMITS
Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Bible .
Study na
d1 '
Grace l'nltedIethodiot: :
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. War
ship Services 11 a.m. and 7
p.m Choir practice 7 p.m. and IN99'BUFFER ri
L rated Methodist Fellowship 8 A
pm Wednesday BuffER!
Highland Baptist: Sunday TABLETS
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser uranar +1r
vices 11 a.m. and 7 pm BOTTLE Of 100. LIMn 1
Prayer :Meeting Wednesday 7

pmNorthside Baptist: Sunday l
School 10 a.m. Worship Services
11 a.m. and 7 pm DIXIE 8-OUNCE d
Prayer Meeting Wednesday .1AIPERTC '
7pm COCKTAIL COTTON MOP ?

SCHOOL NEWS Juit the mop for easy elwn-tips.
School programs are backon : PEANUTS Light weight and way to wring
i the regular schedule following 0-5 1lb.Tin.Reo. 1.29 out. Rg. 1.19.
the holiday break. Enrollment V
figures are the same I g
a1when the holidays began.

State.The,results Ide Test of in the Reading 3rd !grade: and HAIR SPRAY 99' 88 d EKCO BAKER'S SECRETBAKEWARE',

:Math are complete. Reportswill :J ,
be sent home this week Ounce Can Limit 2

with each third grade pupil. Q. PRICE REFLECTS 1Sc OFF LABEL ChooM from 8"or 9" Loaf.Pan.9"Pie
SALE
fU&
MT7AI NABISCO DECORATIVE _
Plata. 13"Cookie Sh .S' Round or
.'ERS() .\I.S Caka Pan 10"
CHIPS AHOYCOOKIES Square or e Ractangulir
Sheila Holmes visited her .. ACCENT
> Pan. Coated with non-akk Silicon,10.
sister Mrs Joseph Starling "f, fii foods dip out sully.I .
and David on Saturday. _ir I TABLE
Mr and Mrs Denny Griffis 14-ounce 16"ic1S"x16"
it i l Pdlutka. are the parents of choco- white or yellow
,1 daughter born Jan. 5 in Putnam If 7 9,. lete chip I 79 with' gla' "top. YOUR C
Reg. 994
Memorial Hospital Reg.983
Palatka The paternal grand LIMIT 1 CHOICE 77

mother is!Mrs Maines: Gnffis. y, PEP SOD ENT REG
ot Palatka and great-grand
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mother is :Mrs Nellie Wilkinson GREEN PLASTIC 4"x40 Ft. TD 1.69
of LawteyMrs. PLASTIC ICE CUBE

Waldo: .Pringle Pierce of Crews Worthington Mrs. TOOTIWASTE LAWN EDGING BIN & TRAY: .

and :Mrs D.L. Shaw r-OUMttlUII.UMlT1 Dewgned to eject .. PACK OF 3 NYLON .
Srflnlts. met their sister, $199 fromt.Flipdown. .. ,p.."
door& pull out Ice cube..
Mis Onie Thornton of rrf"R2" POT SCRUBBERS Yt '
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Auburndale at the home. of. ,. ... ReI. 1.79 Rinte clean plaitic." ,
her daughter. MrsV F .,_ M. r 7I I 8 .
S.f.toT.flon. v
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Atwood and were her dinner 12
guests on (Friday COUNSELOR
:Mr and Mrs Phil Eunice of
Graham, visited their BATH SCALE
Mr and Mrs Harold 49
parents.
Anorted colon I 10 cnooia p ,
Eunice Wednesday night. hom.Acaptsupto300 SHOE RACK r'ih rM
:Mr and !Mrs Roy Storey of RUBBING pound Reg.4.88 :, ; ALL METAL-HOLDS REG. 1 79 1
Ac worth, Ga., visited their I
9 PAIR OF
SHOES
parents. Mr and !Mrs H.L

Barfield weekend, on New Year's I \ ALCOHOL:11OUNCE 388 f, r BOXED..., M IHi r

:Mrs Daisy Boch and 122 STATIONERY I
mother 11rs.ellie:': Wilkinson PLASTIC BOfltI
spent last weekend, with Fancy or decorated in '
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her daughter. Mrs Maines ISOP10PYL.i 40-QUART. SIT-ON allotted colort. Reg. "
2 for 100
Griffis and children of CORY 2-QUART
Palatka. CLOTHES _
:Mr and Mrs. Ronnie Mosleyand WHISTLING
daughter of Maxville HAMPER lk 2 FOR
visited their parents Mr and TEA KETTLE


Thursday.Mrs!Mr and Harold Mrs. McClellan Eunice.! on 3' 'decorator Sturdy Reg 483 plastichamper In colon tilt, 2 6 6LeUYOU.....( 8 8 '

visited their grandson and R.I.3.49
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granddaughter.! and Mrs
Bo Johns,of Starke on Friday
Mr and Mrs Sidney Harbin WET ONESTOWELETTES
and Donna of Orlando spent 86
the weekend with their
parents Mr and Mrs. H L
Barfield.
ones
:Mrs Fred Moore recently
visited her sister Miss Rachel ONE PRESTO HOT
Boyer. of Presbyterian Houseon 70 CT. LIMIT REG.

:Mr Park and Street Mrs John Jacksonville.Browardand 10.99
family of Jacksonville. :;; DOGGER

spent Sunday with their PURCHASEI! SAVE jN
!mother Mrs\ Loca RaulersonMr SPECIAL \
and Mrs J.F Robert I REVLON COOKS 1 TO 5
on and Mr and Mrs. C.K. SECRET HEAD 7.11MR. \ r gN HOTDOGSIN
('owan of Jacksonville wentto & I NATURAL WONDER 8 8 JUST 60 SEC.
the Gainesville airport with ROIL-ON ri 7
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their son. Kenneth Bryan urn* SHOULDERS LIPSTICK WATER TO /
("",Man to return by plane to MEfP19LMT BOILI
Hu, Uademv at :New': London, Ex1R5ozscE SHAMPOO I
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( ,1 ipt and Mrs Russell
I I.1 111'of! Valdosta Ga. are
p59'ROGERS
ii-U'brating' their first wed ,
lmi! anniversary over the tr-el ( 89
ue'k('nd at the home of their 1 RIVAL
79 i
paunts. Col and Mrs Wm.
wil-nn They plan to go to ONE
Jacksonville Saturday night
\1.and. !Mrs John Davis -- CROCK POT
and on, Mavport: were Sat _
urdav dinner guests of Mr OLD SPICE ,ilow cooker
and :Mrs B F McCulley: and I 3tt quart {
David. Mr and Mrs Barry EMERY 9 9Th 1 i and pint r
Watts and Barry Lee spent the AFTER SHAVE 14 er.4V
evening with them. rE: : .U. 1.
Mr and. :Mrs Wayne Gus- BOARDS COFFEE Model) .
tafson of Green Cove Springs 41A OZ. 3100 Rag. 18.99 _
were Sunday dinner !guests! of PAK OF 8 .
their parents !Mr and Mrs
Bill Dobbs and family \ \ 129RED COFFEEMAKER
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Tom Lock celebrated his REG VAN WYCK88Dr'Pmed..AfUIl
15th birthday Friday night 1.87
after Macclenny: basket. 19 13 '
ball game, at the Starke Field LIMIT CAN OPENER

Varsity House Both players Varsity and Coaches and Jr 2 :::I: : y

Sexton and Cox, along with 1 never .... Reg.la." With Sharpener !
Junior Varsity cheerleaders
attended. They served cake ,.Pln DIPtU able.Filter*Reg are ditpea-36.99 Model
made in the form of ? basketball MERTMOUTE PEROXIDE $ 88 VW76 L
court and punci: His I toDIII 11volume. "1 l DlIT 7
mother, !Mrs Paul Lock IT Oiflll 8os.1O
00 CT
baked the cake and made the FILTERSI 9.
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COrFEE
punchMr MR. .
and Mrs. Harry Wilkerson JL $
and Mr. and Mrs. Marcus 491'49$ 39

Gnffis and daughters were ,
Sunday dinner guests of !Mr .Omit Umit 1
and Mrs Gene Taylor and

daughters!Mrs Lucille T Ivy was a uauio i oz.CAnVHO. Gft\ JACKET uN Twice the prints twice te film
Friday dinner !guest! of her TEl ,
mother Mrs. J.B. Taylor, Sr. ii Enum ,
TOOTH / Euyc.n/pam. pr.r twice the
of Jacksonville. SALTS machine werfiaolo.Water memories.
!Mr and !Mrs Wayne repellent in Ant.colon. 1
an extre Mt el print ....,
Massey are the proud parentsof /11Rp.7.99 { WKfc and white' film danlopml with end prTnted foil, of ado... nr
a daughter Audrey Inez M.d1M11Lim PHMQUEU 8 TODAY AND EVERYDAYJ
born Sunday Jan. t 11 1. in Ala- .1.9 \ 59!
chua General Hospital t 1 5 W1Ieft you pick lItO yow d."........film" ..and.prl..wt buy
two rolla o'KcoIor 1
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LIGHT,. WOOVTE FURNACE TALL KITCHEN KORDITE CAN BATH ECKERO Chit Chatby

I CWL ouAtn Judith Flynn
BULBS BAGS TISSUE TISSUE
LIQUID DETERGENT Miss Laura Rose broughther
PAK kindergarten class to the
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the exhibits. The class is
learning about Indians, and in
14 the library they saw a totem
pole and an exhibit of Indian
t 1 artifacts and tools.
F I S97448 $ They were also Interested in
INSIDE REG.
an exhibit of dolls from
FROST 99 foreign countries brought to
100WATT the library by Robin Stern. w
RE : LIMIT 1 There was a collection of sea
1.8 LIMIT 2 SIX PACK shells the children liked
handling. A birds nest was on
display and the children en-
joyed naming the different
] materials the bird had used in
building her nest. The librarywas
thrilled to have Miss
Rose's class, and was glad
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- exhibits that the older
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::: Dianne Wood,who is in Mrs.
; Whiteheads third grade class
has recently won second placein

ASSORTED ALL-PURPOSE 2 2 ASSORTED PRINTBLANKETS TEXAS INSTRUMENTS 8 Board the Bradford-Clay of Realtors County essay
DIGITCALCULATOR
1 contest. Each student wrote
CORN BROOMRad
HANGERS an essay on "What My Home
Stripe all Corn broom from !Means to Me."
+ Dixia i .- Reg. 1.59 Dianne was presented witha
4 1' Set of 8. ADDS, SUBTRACTS MUl
Vinyl eoatad 100% Virgin Acrylic with 100% trophy by the realtors. We
E s 66 Nylon binding Aiiorttd colon TIPIIES. DIVIDES 8 DIGIT all proud of this
4* drip dry hang! are very
..: .,.. R.g. 99e In pf inn.Reg.8.99Setof3bouser DISPLAY-T1J200TEXAS accomplishment by Diane.
, t." SPONGE MOP Diane is the daughter of Mr.
J / and Mrs. Lester Wood of
18'8
or skirt hangan. Metal construction. Long Starke.
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FOLDING ALUMINUM/ R... 1.39 88 handle, Rog 2,19 577 !Mrs has Lennon's completed kindergartenclass a unit on

Pack of 3 Career Education. The main
LAWN FURNITURE Tubular plastic goal was to make students

Tubular: ,aluminum trams with webbing non. hangers. R.g.nt 5 8 ALL PURPOSE Reg. 17" INSTRUMENT aware of. different oc
tilt Plastic cupations.The
lags armi.Assorted colon. CALCULATOR

CHAIRRag.. CHAISE| FOAM PAD $6 88 WINTUK OR SPARKLE 4 STOREANDRECALLNUMBEAS KEY MEMORY TO visited and following talked to the persons class
Rag. about their jobs and concernsfor
5.99 444 1199 888 BOX Vinyl' Cover. 4xx1AIn' TII250 our health safety and
SWEATER YARN education. From the school
COLORS ASSORTED al'' S administration Superin
129 thru plastic. j3 \ 0/ tendent Richard Jockel
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MR PLUMBER Curriculum Coordinator Mrs.
73-FT. G'e:: .e. ,
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The drain 59
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Als std colon. Regular 1.39 Rag. 1.89 Dissolves hair fart!. Rag. Mrs. Delores
A. 32c:.lisa. Rag.88* 1.39 !Morgan, from t the police i

'U//2 -GAUON SHOE BOX Limit 1 MEN'S TUBE EVEREADYBATTERIES Chief department Harold, Assistant Crews and Police In-

vestigator George
PICNIC JUGS :r:thru ASSORTEDVAII. Tomasovitch, from the fire
with SOCKSOna ,
/ tVEREAOY department, Mr Mervin
2774r ..
O Triple Insulated | lid BRUSHES cKPurt aiza fitt Jackson and County Nurse
Or 694 149 9J4-15.85%!! PACK Regular.2 lor I 1--= I !Mrs Bea Hildreth
Apricot Avocado r
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*or roller tYpe hair bruihar
13 Reg. 188 IA3'' m 4 Ore 7' clothes bruth. F 7 R 7'1 I cotton,15%!! OF /44$(744. Lima. We wish to thank all of the
Reg. :1'9 I Reg'st'1191on. 2 C AND D .. very special visitors for their
:: TRIPLE TOP assistance with this class.
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LADIES' FASHIONJEWELRY .. cabbage slaw, baked beans
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mo."MOL'UST" Cotton work that with
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COLOR! cheese, garden salad applesauce
Lets you pour, tact your hand Rag.884 Limit 2 Chooia pma.I -I. C rolls milk.W'rd.wsdavfish.

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GEAHERDaodorizaf 69 mashed potatoes with gravy
FOODR.tlS"A.59YERS BUNTE CIRTHOH-3 PACK green beans pineapple tidbits .
'1* IN X 50-FT. VIM and elaana. rolls milk
17-oz.liza. Rig 994 Limit 2 ORANGE SLICES 60 MINUTE JJI ljv-sloppy i joe on bun,
2-Lb. Bacon keeper or 3-Ot. !!!!
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Navy Seaman Apprentice
William C Davis, son of Mr
SAVE -- and Mrs. George E Davis of
POLAROID Hampton Fla graduatedfrom
3.11 recruit training at the
POLACOLOR Naval Training Center in
PROCTOR SHEXTOASTER ELECTRIC .=? s.' 2 Orlando, in December

COLOR FilM2188Amulti.purpoltov.nwth Classes include instructionin
seamanship military regulations
OVEN FLEX-LINE fire fighting close
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Model 0404B Rag.24.99 EDGER AND EMPIRE STOVE VEGETABLE. DISH I 1110111'Aff N>
INSTANT' SINK POT AND PAN
Mrs Hubbard Harley andA
STOP BRUSH YOUR CHOICE' C E. Massey
REG.. TO69. 3 8 Mr and Mrs Wm. Harris
START of Pine Hills were Saturday
SAVE overnight guests of their bro-
SWITCH
8 8 ther-in-law and sister Mr. and
ROCTOR SHEXISLICE 64 SKIP.CONCRETE !Mrs Lonnie Teston.
Mr and Mrs. Wayne Harper
ClEANER : and son were Sunday dinner
99c
TOASTER .R G.H9 guests of their grandparents,
j Mr. and Mrs. Carl I'revatt,
"Select Rome" color I control adjuttiloaning !Mr and Mrs. C.K. Cowan of
tima for any kind of braad HEAVY DUTY Reg. 69" Jacksonville were Saturday
8 BERKLEY of their
8 er.n frotan."Color Tuner"adjuster 420"SPINNING overnight guests
shift entire toasting ranga. U. L. INJECTIONMOLDED parents. Mr. and Mrs. J F
Lilted.Modal' T6208 Rag 11.99 Robertson and sister, Mrs
Edith Swinney. On Sunday
EXTRUDEDNYLON COMBO Mr. and Mrs. JC Beach were
NYLON their dinner guests.
LINE Friends of Mrs. Hubbard
CONSTRUCTION "
WITH SPRING 128 Harley of Bushnell, are
happy to learn that she was
SAVE LOADED FEED released from Leesburg Gen-
l< rOVER hJ31'' eral Hospital on Saturday,
HAMILTON BEACHELECTRIC 2.11 Corrosion resistant Ili & Jan. 10. She Is the mother of
-ALL all metal gears. th"U9'loutQ'H' .. Mrs. Wayne Massey and Joe
WIt 375 Vds. Trt'.n'M' Harley of Lawtey
JUICER LENGTH LARGE C Fibarglsfrad., mPe' thE)] l P K"i W.S. Crews of Jacksonville,
56" REG 1598 visited his mother !Mrs
Enjoy the greet taste of freshly LINE. Pierce Crews on Sunday.
tquaaiad juieal in seconds with. Friends of Joe Shuford I
8 8, out vitamin Ion Model No. 922 GUARD FLORIDA regret to learn that he Is a
8 Regular 10.99 HEX patient in Baptist Hospital
MONO LINE 2R3G!;. 88 Jacksonville. Our prayers are

. . . with him.
Waldo Pringle, of Worthing.
ton Springs, was a dinner
guest of his sister-in-law, Mrs.
Pierce Crews on Wednesday. I''
Mr. and Mrs. James Peter

PEOPLE TRUST PRICES GOOD THRU SATURDAY !!!!t!! son Harold visitors of Eunice.Starke of Mr,'were and Sunday Mrs.

Col. Russell Ryland. professor -
OPEN DAILY 9-9 SUNDAY 10-7 &
.:O.JuJ,,: C-JI __,... of air science, and Lt. Col.
ECKERD'S.
Box Funkhouser, assistant
of air of the
for qualityprescriptions 1lJ1iJDIlJW( ( (! E!) m JI] Col.professor University John of Evans Florida science of,the and Air Lt.

Force. Charleston. S C., were

at low, low prices! 83 1' S.. Walnut Starke, Fla. DRUGS Saturday Mrs. William guests Wilson.of Col. and


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10 TELEGRAPH January IS. 1976
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-. .. -. ,. State Fund Rollback Be

,. May Appealed I

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I- / i 1 ?I r; By State Attorney & Public Defender .1



GAINESVILLE recent Whitworth said he was contributions to retirement for public defenders.
: rollback of two percent voted confident the lost funding plans.It Cresse indicated no furtherrollbacks
; by the state cabinet has could be made up out of travel was indicated that with were expected

( ; caused State Attorney Gene expense funds, but he added, the additional two per cent during the current budget
T Whitworth and Public "if the money looks like it is rollback voted by the recent year.
Defender Alan Parlapiano to going to run out, we might meeting of the state Cabinet "We are optimistic the
take careful looks at their appeal." that the offices have received economy Is turning around
and there will be a substantial
office situations before 1 Parlapiano succeeded less than four per cent increases -
deciding whether to appealthe Jeanne Schwarts as Public over the last budget betterment in the last six"
funding rollback. Defender for the 8th Judicial months of the fiscal year
year.
The statewide rollback Circuit on Dec. 1. He said Figures released in the last Cresse said.
amounts to$44.5 million and is "we'll survive." six months show crime has He said tax collections

an effort to keep the state "It will work a hardship, increased 17 per cent, according would be 10 per cent higher;
e solvent for the remainder of definitely," said Parlapiano, to Whitworth, current than over the same period last
MEAD the budget year which ends adding his staff has remainedat president of the Florida budget year. "
QUARTETS TABLETS '' COLDS June 30. The state constitution nine members during the Prosecutors Association. State offices in Tallahasseeon

> Helpi reduce runny, nutty prohibits deficit spending. past year while case loads Tuesday, Dec. 23, reported

1 14 6 relieve note Lemsens cough. 24.a1ro Tablets.Regulnr Helps. The two per cent rollback increased approximately 20 The figures show that the sales tax collections rose two
Pnc.S199 tl will amount to approximately' per cent. proposed cutbacks total and half per cent in November
to $14,000 for the state at He said with crime rising $440,000 statewide for state compared with the same
torney's office on the 8th "you can't put a two per cent attorney offices and $224,700 month in 1974.Tucker .
Judicial Circuit based in cap on caseloads. Without
ANTIS NASAL SPRAY Gainesville that includes more staff, we're not going to
Optra bled ilnum-Halpl' Bradford and Union Counties. be able to perform without Rep. DonAddress Tolaniber
raliava congMtton. 2O ca the of the
The public defender's office hurting quality
89 Regular Prk.'.19 would lose about $7,000. service, but I'm not willing to

At the recent cabinet say we've hit that yet." ChThe Fete :

meeting, Budget Director Joe I It was also pointed out by
Cresse was authorized Parlapiano that the rollbackwas

AMTI-B TROCHES freedom to set the holdbackfor based on the total ap- annual dinner meetingof Tallahassee and speaker of

Helps reduce-- Helps' Q the 20 state attorney and propriations for the current the Starke Bradford the Florida House of Repre
ndue..aeh. 1O Troches.Regular public defender offices. bUdget year, but were being County Chamber of Com sentatives, has accepted an
89 < "Pric*Si.19 "Some state attorneys and recalled after half the funds merce will be held on Thurs invitation to be the featured

public defenders will be ableto theoretically had been spent. day. Jan. 29. at 7:15: pm. at speaker.

SUPtMi digest budget cuts, others "This amounts to a real !tour the Starke Golf and Country
Deadline for making
will not," Cresse said. ; reser
percent cutback, Parlapianosaid. Club.
nisr c he would vations for tickets will be at
4 He said examine -
HISTACn LL1SUPER each office's before noon on !Monday, Jan. 26, at
Helps" relieve i ..... eyes.Hefps budget Under guidelines set by Tickets and reservations for the Chamber office.
how much each
reduce cough. ororo. determining Cresse the rollback could be the affair
are now being accepted
SYRUP,< 189 cArsons 1&7 would be cut. Some would not varied should layoffs become at the Chamber of President Bill Glover appointed

6 Fl.$ 1 24 Capaulaa 1 be cut much and others mightbe necessary. Parlapiano indicated Commerce office in Starke by a committee headed
RIIII.. 39 Rag. 12.39 cut as much as four
per that he would seek an either calling or going by the by Lillian Pearson of Lawteyto
cent, he said.Primary opinion from Cresse whetherthe office located at the corner of select the person who will

FRUT PAK VITAMIN C s .a concern of unfilled position on his Madison and Walnut Street. be presented with the annual
Whitworth and Parlapianowould staff could be considered a
Thra flavnra chooM distinguished citizens award.
graat to lst3
9 from.Bottlaot 1UO. h be how the rollback layoff before making an ap The menu will consist of T- Deadline for this committee to
I 17 Regular Pr.ca 2.39 would affect possible per peal. bond steak, baked potato, receive nominations for this

son- + sonnel layoffs "As I understand it, if you salad and beverage Cost is $6 award has been set for Friday -

Whitworth's Gainesvillestaff make an appeal :you are per person. Jan. 16 at the chamber
'f. is currently short an audited. If it is found that you Rep Don Tucker, DCol. office.
VITAMIN B-6
L,7h O attorney and two secretaries can do without the funds, you
Kelp, .Cider, Vine,. t,+r CI "We're still making a have to pay for the audit. I'm
47 oar and B 6 Diet, Supplement decision as to whether to going lobe very careful before
pe.3o14RCA
3 Regular 100 Price Cs4apwles.54 95 B COMPIEII appeal for more money," risking the cost of an audit," 0 0 I From I'.im-:l>
I Whitworth said. Parlapiano said.
0 QMG war'n t, Vdamm 6 I aIC He said 92 per cent of his All state attorney and public and Mrs. J A. Griffin !Mr and :Mrs Ogden Batesof
$ v office's state funding is* for defender offices were granteda were in Tallahassee Sunday Jacksonville were Sunday
B-COMPLEX WITH-C
personnel, leaving him few 10 per cent budget increase attending the dedication ceremony visitors of !Mrs Nancy Gunler
40 With SOO mg. of Vitamin alternatives to layoffs should 'last spring by the legislature' of the new Tallahassee and Mr and !Mrs. Robbie
plus SO of BiotlnIn [
meg
4 aach ubtat. 10O tlLac.C money run short. The countiesin because of the soaring crime National Guard Armory Shaller
Regular Pric.*5.99 I the circuit pay for his office rate. However 4 8 per cent of named after Mjr. Gen. Henry
VITAMIN-E Dr. and !Mrs. R E. Dopsonand
expenses. that was earmarked for state McMillan. They were accompanied -
by Mrs. W.8.lundy! son. Christopher have
CREAM SKIN CREME OR SKIN who visited her daughter, returned from a winter vaca-
GO-PAIN 4-OZ. OilSKIN
C. Concentrated Vitamin !Miss Jean !Mundy The tion at Beach !Mountain N.C..
Fast relief for minor arthritic E Skin Oil for a ski resort.
mum Griffins also
.kln ma.I- the
49 pains. Use externally for penetrating absorption, 1 FI., spent evening
02 or Vitamin.
1 deep down,arthritic ESkin Crams al a with Miss !Mundy
perfeM make-up WE Sale Now Going On At Leila's
Puna Regular Price SI.99BACATRACIN 1oz.. Tube. base. CAN SELLANY t
Mr and !Mrs. W H Stem.meyer Dress & Gift Shop

SKIN( and !Mr. and :Mrs. F.V. 132.4 E. Call
CRIME ))99 Oil 29VITAMIN GOOD BUSINESS Herlong of Jacksonville were

A topical antibiotic to help 0 Reg. Rag. 3 Sunday: visitors of !Mrs W.F. :Mrs. B C Holbzendorf. Sr.
1 I 18 prevent Infection In minor S2.98 4.95' Within 30 Days Horlong returned last Thursday from
cuts burns and abrmeiorw.1ot. Riverside Hospital where she
.Tub. Regular price $1.69ADDITIONAL .at: NORTHERN BUYERS Local admittances to Brad- was under observation for six "
ford County Hospital this clays.
week include: Eldon Box and ,
BIG SAVINGS! WAITING
!\Irs.\ImnieJohns! Hampton; Mrs F J, Shaw suffered a
o Warren Kelly, John Strick broken ankle
.... .... // CREAM ; Phone or Write land !Mrs. Fannie Iteames 'last week in a fall Wednesday at her home of
iris file 'rin S.,. ; Aaron Sumner, Charles E

A 10M Un...WM 100'. $221 $169 V'tomln Cm wI I S Promotes healing of skin Jones !Mrs. Linnie Woods, !Mrs. H L Speer returned I
A 1001I Umu Natural. f80's 198 159 Vtaminc A e 0 1 No'. 981 794 { t... UNITEDENTERPRISES:
/ !
also Mrs. Magnolia
Ue. Lewis
81 100 M9. 100'. 225 167 GOD.In' Cram 1.0'. 1l9: 981 helps keep James Sunday of last week from
:e 60 Mtoo., 398 298 Go-Pun Gl'o"; rn 7& f, t your winter skin from Lawson Starke; !Mrs. Rosie three weeks visit with her son- I
c 1809 398 299 Tr 4VLr. 694 Y Dennison and Miss
8.lomp... wlC T.bL 40' 298 219 T 0 .fo" Ontm.nt hfYf.'g.! cracking and Genice in-law and daughter, Mr. and
B.8.Comp' wlC T.b. 200' 995 739 11'.0' 179 139 ) J 1 C 4-oz. Tub.. LTD. Harris. Kaiford David Sen- !Mrs E P Boland in Athens.

Oeol.G..fd PhG.ts C....,..C.P.150., 250' 895 395 669 297 Tnpl..ant Ant.Ornha' ,BID.Camp.. 2.69 194 I I v Reg $1,59' ters Brooker; !Mrs, Ruby Ga :Mrs. Boland accompanied

Nn Tabs looM 100', 1 19 464 50' 159 119 2929 E. Comm.rcir. Blvd. DeGraff, Lawtey; Mrs her mother home and stayedfor
Orbit, with Iron 25050. 5 95 449 "nll.Ton..on Tbb1. 127 Gibraltar Tower :Myrtle Owens and Alexandria three days \isit.
.
P.n'o'h.nc Acd 100' 219 159 Lutz Waldo.
,
45' 199 141iTh.rq. !
Tob. 200' 95 969 Suite 407
2009M: : Anne, En T.'bI aa', 1 99 149 VCh.q.n
98 2 Ft. Lisa Fink of Green Cove
40's 1 49 1 19 Lauderdala. Fla. 33308
= =:clflluPmt. 60'. 2 339 98 2 259 29 epx6a. 179 139 a/ Mr. and Mrs! Larry Baker Springs spent the weekend
Wh..o'' T.... e 95 597 E.. D'OfJ.I01 1 e9 139An".8 Phone: 305-491-4700 and Mr! and Mrs. Sherrod with her grandmother.! .
c200. G.rd.la" C.pL SOs! 269 199
11II 40 I98 143
w Hamilton were in Orlando
Ella !
Go.f''n' T.bL 36. 119 89' on Moody
AnuB Trahw 20' 1 ge 1 43 Tabs. business
Go.f''n' 12. 1 88 139 !Monday
8.b. Coup" Syrup 301. 1 19 981 fait To. 20' 1 19 1 45B.onc..1
Sale Now On
nup 80. 198 159 pa.Rne Cram 40. 3.89 28Child. Going At Leila's
Syrup OM 80. 299 216 I. ___ iiJ .
..n's Cough" S.P 3oa 1 49 119 Rwt.1 On'mont Dress & Gift Shop
Chlld..n'Cough" 60. 239 197GoP.m 1'hot. 1 29 981
S..w/
Raul'SU..o..o 132.4 E. Call
Thrat 1 19
Snue M.d.ch.Sf=::. 245 1 m 189 121Snu. I-
........."" T.bL 48'. 198 29 1 98 R2eeul,Supponw... _
Sppw H, 3oi 149 119 24s 299: 2::1 Mr and Mrs. DonThaverof
., Sl..pn; T Ibl...2IY. 994
Hydrae OM 301. 1.39 994 WHEAT A Battle Creek
T.'n Ydrat. DM 601. il9: 1 59 SI..prng, Table. O. 1 69 1 29 VIMS I a'U' Mich. were
Nullo T.bl..45. 149 108 Comp''... .ngo 01 ....nh.1 Monday evening(dinner guestsof
Potency Vdamrn.anti,mineral, en hgh, !Mrs. J.G. Caldwell and
wh9 I o'mu I. levels. A .will balanced Mrs. Lila Rae Yawn and
for
ataYlASS silo/as. ,
.,d.V., ncludng th.REG. daughters
PROMPT $ALEc 'U'r
/ 100 Tablata. The / EO Gp/u/u/ $3.98
Bonispun 5159 Kick Jackson was on the
rely_w thafaAapirin s 150 Gpwln
.
sa
99* fraa from DaPraa.Ragular s 95 S6.97 Dean's list at Flagler College

PncoS169 ] t i_ TREATS for the fall term.

For'i."i"' "., I.m'y.' Chawabla' Greg Gay was on the Dean's
TRIPLE ANTI-B -al ,laydtl.b : "amin.with un on. 3tatyire Large Y list at Mars Hill College, N C.
uus REO. SALE for the fall semester

OINTMENT f198S2.29

Triple Anti B ha*three antibacterial 200Tb1ed 54 98 $3 89 SelectionUsed '
07 ingredient!to help
t fount aoeinit infection often VITA,,,$IN-C
found with minor cuts and
ebreon*. Regular Pric* SI.49 Of
u ROSE HIPS with

1Pf ORBIT WITH IRON Ih V bmnCwnh Re.. Hps., All
bembn of
MG Vahmm C
wain
NaturY,
pap Hrq,
Designed to be taken once Mobile Homes
I 29 a day, Bottle of 10O Tsblett REG. SALE ..
g.om.iool l -- --=::
Regular Price$2 98 S1 io.rnjiVITAMlNc -
L 500 m 100, f2 85
12.99
wv ++n Vc ..". earn6'


SUB-WEIGH ih'5ln pon.nt Vnemm hrlpaa .cQ d
$35OTo
Bottte of 9O Tablets.To pro /aghtn/.ctpns.men.nf r rnIN to cold, and
: 08 montMaw.ol.bnormalw.t .acre .
2 .. itonroe, end help reduce REC. SALE Bring your family to the
.1 1. First Baptist!
s temporary_"'IIIIn. 150 f1.D9 Church of
Regular' ',*.$2.88 kijui mq 250'9_ *Ja3 $2.39ALKA1ADE Stark this Sunday. You
will mtt hundreds of
35.9 3369 happy people' children of
"''" NULLO DEODORANT all ages young people .
A natural wty to help con.SolbrabIndbodyada4* adults who love Christ and

,_, y.and 2 0 So soy 10 _f.. *o,certain.Regular Q ponbvi N.w AIF.lad chef,p0 tablets. gantl but love one anoth.rlTeaching !

Prtee S2.89 N. N om.ch end aced rndrgntron.REG the Bible I

SALE 1913 Asheboro 1913 Flamingo
764
100 Preaching the Cospell
WHEATACOL TONIC / 31S1. 11.29
The energy reetoflofl formula 12x70 3 Br 2 Full Bath 12x653 Br Bath'& y, Ministering' In the
Wheals ri.h In.......1... iron and VITAMINEwoTuTTooT. Nameof
Christ
!
369 othw ml rar..hC omp.n witll V
nprlan E,
'p.w 'p iMdlng brandalflogutar Intel. The on.YOU hw to $4750 $4495
0 N 1 C ,.,Ice$4 M pmSa.s end M.ny paw dd/Sent tochose.row/ You must believeitl experience. It to

The igAref OOI'U'1ar' $2.19"E

,,,,, THERA-GARDS .. 1913 Concord SUPER BUY Let us share our faith
A balanced ombln.tlovttwnln 01 4Oo I 100' with you."The .
$ 7
r 1 *and ."In 4001 U. 99 9

yuru tuu 369 ttlanpautra o< 10O Tabtata.R .nmnf".. .. Cattle i' Nt 10001.V.200'1 50, 36.883499I 10.88 $7.f3q 12x65 3 Br 1 Bath 1975 12x60 2 Br Church with a Heart

_'LrP'lce14.9G 'In the Heart of Starke"

I V VITAMIN-E (Ngfirst l?) $4350 $4995Olin's Ben P. Bryant

Q\J SLEEP TABLETS :.. b.arme TMNeunIE shout. AyouPur ban tharapw. Pastor

; 'Gff' 3l_...ndly.Thaa*tables, tKatiY stow form of Natural ft
",. 2 9 .. atfocthra yet harmlaaa.Norvaddtctlvanorvnarcotfce.. Ey I VtIennn. REG. SALE Min.of the Word

A 2 Soma 01 80. 20111j u.1oo', 34.98 3359 William

't.10 ,, p "-1M, hl." 12." V: 4001.U. 100 3e.4B 35.97 Vr Mobile Home Min. of George Music'



I .J Hwy 100 Starke. Fla. 964.5606 Min Travis of R.EducationPage Klmbrll

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"i 111Sunday i _
( : Sunday School, _
'.'I'a.m.!'': ; Morning Worship, 'A S SIe
IU .i.rn.' ; Council Meeting, 5 : py
lit:;Church Training Union, _
'6:13:. 'p.m.; Evening Worship, ,
"rSO' p.m.PgMonday
\/ : Girl's Ensemble,
B4? $b.m,; Youth Choir,7 p.m. t

fjp.m.. TUfesday" : Junior Choir,3:30: 8EEF PEOe CHUCK STEAK e 1

'{,Wednesday; Family Night
.Super, 6:15: p.m.; Sunday
'; Workers Mtgs., R.A.'s, \ SUPERBRAND USDA INSP. CR. "A" FLA. ALL WHITE. i
rG.A'/'S, Acteens World W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE
.PFriehds,Mission Friends,6:45: A, WESTERN EXTRA FANCY LARGE EGGS
ACES BONELESS FULL CUT
I p.irlt'I: ''"Hour of Power," 7:30: Cv 't.11 RED DELICIOUS P
[p.m.; Adult Choir, 8:15: p.m. pD
(. Thursday: Visitation, 9:30: 1 APPLES 15 ROUND STEAK
"*.m.; Visitation, 7 p.m.
|*Saturday: Bus Ministry
I Visitation,8 a.m.; Youth VisItation 6Se

1:30: p.m. t 'aN115 \ DOZEN $ 1i

[pk SBYTERIANCIIURCHSTARKE $ 99 8S
'
,FL.It.
Moorni,! School, 9:45: am.; I
i Worship 11 a.m.MKev. DUNCAN LB.
Glenn W Dickson MAXWELL MINES
I pastor of Westminister Presbyterian 4 LAYER _ _ _ _
[ Church, Gainesville 20 FOIt HOUSE
[wID bring the message.A W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BONELESS
congregational meetingwill. CAKEMIXES
[| .follow the morning servlqei COFFEE SHOULDERROAST

Pi Choir; practice,Thursday at ALL FLAVORS SUPERBRAND 1-lB. BAG
[7qo:: p.m. SHERBET OR


i MORGAN:. ROADi ICE CREAM

.1 I i BAPTIST CHURCH

I I.STARKE.WELCOME FLOKIUTV: 0
|Rev Bob Cooper,Pastor $149 4.
.
Sunday Services
Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Sge Limit t with-$7.30
/Morning Worship, 11 a.m.; HALF NV'-'
[Training Union, 6:30: p.m.; GAL. -.
[Evening({ Worship, 7:30: p.m. .

Wednesday:. Services W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE
lid-week Prayer Service
BONELESS BOTTOM
and Bible Study 7:30: p.m.; FRESH FLA. THRIFTY MAID ,
(Choir) Practice, 8:15: pm. t WELCOME:
'.'..?' YELLOW CORN
,, I'IFII""I; ROUND ROAST
[rihsTCHRISTIAN:. CHI'IU'II SUGARC1'x
r 'all at Christian Sti.
1 w 1'ti
J Don I D.Staton,minister
Limit 1 / .
/ .1". Sunday school, 9:45: a.m. SI 58LB.
3?,'Communion & morning r
,'worship 10:45: a.m. Evening 99c
,I I I' vwqrship. 7:15: p.m, Youth C
Hour/ 6 p.m. Crowning kingarl4s 8 5 i GBpNULpMns .
\\ queen banquet Friday eon Zq f* s r'LB.
.
Jan, ,16, 7:30: p m. LydiaIClrcle

Fellowship. Thurs Hall.V. 8 p.m. BAG ,

I '.1- FROZEN KOZY KITCHEN W-D BRAND 100% PURE

: .... .lleliriettllllllltK
cCAKES GROUND BEEF

( ''Mrs. Henrietta Hunt, 80. BLUE
a
" ,former Starke resident died ;. ARROWDETERGENT er. ry11i IN 3 OR 10 LB. HANOI
1'YIIIIIiM
I 5 January' 11 in a nursing home PLATE
L r firr'Bonifay' following an ex-
i BANANA PRAIINIDtftMAN PAKSd
tided illness.
p" Funeral services were heldesday.JanuaryI3.at3pm. CHOC. f :
FROSTY DEVILS COCONUT rooo 9ge e
I"" In the Methodist Church inKMayo 79
with interment in the 34-01. 49.0S. BOX o-0 !
"
T Mayo cemetery PKG. 37-i. JAR .
| ,Survivors are two sons, LB. oWQJ
(.James Bernard Hunt of Bom-
[fay and franklin Hunt of '
[Sarasota and one niece.. Mrs. FLA. INDIAN RIVER t '" -
Elise Pass of Starke. WHITE OR PINKGRAPEFRUIT
W-D BRAND SLICED

L r Q'onian Funnel i 1 BOLOGNAQuRese

[E cud .Monday
:: Righ: hts
', Mrs. Georgia Jenkins, 75, of
11002 North Oak Street in WINN DIXIE STOKES INC I.
[Starke was found dead in her 69cBAG COPYRIGHT 1976
[residence at 6:30: p.m. on a---- r
Monday, Jan. 12, by her 5 LB. I HUNGRY JACK-17T"7---: ; I LAND O' SUNSHINE 19 v. ,
[daughter Ruby Hobbs
I PANCAKE MIX 1201.PKG. J
m Capt. W.S. Rhoden of the BUTTER .
f Stake Police Dept. indicated WITH THIS
TYSONS FROZEN
I that death was apparent due ISc COUPON
Eto natural causes. SALISBURY. TURKEY THICKENDINNERS ; COOO ONLY
I AT YOU
i* C '
I IOCAIWINNOIXII 49
A BROOKERIN I e SELECTED SKINNED A SLICED
I 2.LB. 99
BRIEF I BOX I 1-LB. BEEF

e I GOODAN.II..U.19'. 1 PKC. 79c
By A Jeannette Prescott 49 10-.1 LIVER LB.


ADULT:CLASS SKWI.MJ: : 11-et, -
PKG.
An adult class in Stretch and 1
ew is being organized,and an LOG o1 mg LT MONTE USDA CHOICE
.
istructor has been secured.he
registration fee will be CABIN ,,
1U HARVEST MSHlA TEMPLEOranges FRUITCOCKTAIL LAMB SALE

The, class will meet on Tues. . 12 >. 89C SYRUP
ay nights in the school cafeeria.
starting in February MARVtST FR6SH ORECN (NO MEAD OVER J9c) '

nyone interested in joining Cabbage . III 13C 24.01. BOTTLE LB
nay contact Mrs Mary Jane 17-oi. CAN LEG 0' LAMB $149
reenor Mrs.Joanne Kussell. MINUTE MAIDOrange

It ceded.least 20 members are Juice 2 CANS $1 1 LOIN CHOPS LB $259

\OTEIt RKISTRATIONAnyone ) SUPERBRAND
who Is not regis- Coffee Creamer 4 Sz: $1 RIB CHOPS $249
ered to vote is reminded that lBBarBQ
books will be
he registration anON S

'ou losed may after Saturday register Jan.in the 24 e .' &: M59 SHOULDER CHOPS $1"
Supervisor' of Elections office
Jn the county courthouse. HOWARD JOHNSON CORN O* IIUIBIRRV

RI llnlll\\'S Toastee . e 2'Kos;: ; $1 SHOULDER ROAST III $1"

I! Nora Harris Jan. 24.:
Patricia Castlen. age 5. Jan.
24.; Myra Lynn Hodge, age 6,
pan. 27I .
I OPEN SUNDAY OPEN SUNDAY
i ; n110 OQ I
..-... WE'RE TAKING rEEJQ1.J W tEli L'
WV4ICV4 A POLL.CftNOIPftTE: ... 10-6 .T10-6 -

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. First Auto Seen Here In 1911The I HSU. PROPOSES NIGHT j:;


J HOARD MEETINGSDear ;

first Starke citizen to 7 rear seat passengers Sir: J JI
own an automobile was E.E. heavenward at every bump, would like to propose to the

Canova, along about 1911 or and the tops were purposely V Bradford County Commissioners -
in order to a11'c 1i In an open letter that
made high
12, according to a story appearing very kLvI
in the Sept. 25, 1936 i keep their heads from going they hold their meetings at a
issue of The Telegraph through. time when the working public
could attend. At the present
The Johnson brothers, of held at 9 In
time, meetings are
It was a contraption thai
started the firstautomobile
J Hampton the morning. How our tax
had passed through _
many repair shop in this
is decided
dollars are spent
and covered
ownerships
many and such service
having
area :
when most of the citizens are
miles of dirt road, judging by available encouraged othersto
.,. its appearance. Yet it was at work.
Join) the ranks of auto
has business
If a person
greatly admired as "the
Dr. N.W. Francis
owners. with the Commission, he must
first, and Mr. Canova'iprestige
somewhat bought a "merry Oldsmobile"and take off from work to attend
was Dr. J.C. Wills came next.
enhanced. But he soon had to Ford's "TinLizzy" the meeting.. Generally the
Soon Henry
sacrifice it, since it was first time we hear what'sgoing
r took the country by
always out of and there on at the Commission is
repair 1 storm and car owning became
when we read about it in The
was no one locally to fix it.
somewhat common.
r ldcvllaN ? Telegraph; when it alreadyhas
The early cars had no tops, But learning how to take been acted on by the Commissioners -
and were equipped with a care of a car was a slow glib How can the citi-

wooden dashboard instead ofa process. Keeping enough zens of Bradford County voice
windshield. The tread was water in the radiator was their opinions and take an

wider than cars today, and the f' sometimes neglected, and active part in our local

wheels would not track with yAK cars were often seen standing government when the meetings -

horse-drawn vehicles. The ydalha f(. 'J along the roads, steam .,.. !!: are held at such an Incon-
steering wheel was on the spewing from their front ends, ......., venient time?

right-hand side, and the while their drivers were -...",. ....... (', 'IU"" .;" Why not hold the meetingsin

springs were so stiff that the Early sport model auto on unpaved Walnut Street, gathering up what little water -..-..-...-t b- -.,-....... the evening as do the Starke
vibration in moving over the they could find in turpentinecups '. City Council and the Bradford

ungraded roads of those days directly In front of present post office site. hanging on the pine ;, .N.7? ;: County School Board? Let the

was something terrific. Nuts, trees. t.: CC r majority of the people be in a
.
ai
bolts, and screws jarred out, of a crude quality that had to By 1914 there were so many i.s .' t. .. !. position to attend our government .
and could be axe, a shovel,and a long, stout were no hard-surfaced roadsin
picked up in be filtered cars that the town council i. meetings As Americanswe
through chamois rope were stowed in the those .l.arw; : : : : : :
quantity along the roads. skin before being in the away days. adopted an ordinance have the right: now let us
tank put car. The axe was used for When the car bogged down requiring all motor vehicles to ....... -rt' have the opportunity
The loud cutting poles and pine tops to
rattling of these the usual procedure was to tie sound their horns at least 50
first cars made horns unnecessary No journey of any distancewas use when the car got stuck in one end of the rope around the feet from each street crossing Sincerely,
Out
and gasoline was undertaken before an the mud or sand, since there front axle of the car, and and continue to sound them 4-II Calendars Are Now Going Jerry J. Hall\

until they passed the in-
swing the other end around a

nearby tree or stump, and tersection. It is easy to I Harold \\aters. Jr., president of Clio Itiailfuiil ('Ollllt ".11

Point view. fasten it to the hub of a rear imagine what bedlam would Council. preheiits l Ih'"lit( C. Join's with one of tin main "-II Country Music
of . wheel. The rear axle was then result if such an ordinancewere calendars recently distributed to Until husiiit"is and

lifted up and the wheels enforced today! 114 .nt'H. Jives the tmmty'H olilcst uitiImsiiicssni.iii.; ', has Benefit Show

started spinning. The rope, Another ordinance of those slsnisored| the calendars for I II!) years mid will "continue do

wound around the hub, was early years made it unlawful"to M>, he .said, for many years In ionic. For Police
Ford And ReaganRepublicans tightened and the car draggedout run or drive any motor Dept.

of the hole-if the rope or car, motorcycle, or bicycle at
the axle didn't break. a rate of speed exceeding 10 A Family Funlime Country
miles an hour within the townof FORESTRYTerry Music Show is set next Tuesday -
in Congress see the Ford- month in his State of the Union address The second automobileowner Starke." Reedy Jan. 20, at 7.30: p.m. in

Reagan contest now as "a horse race and his proposals on foreign affairs and then publisher was E.S. Matthews of The, Persons driving "motor II IN BRADFORD COUNTY farm Forester auditorium the Bradford starring High School Clyde

continuing" right on down to the convention domestic problems, including proposed Telegraph, who won a little driven vehicles" were Moody of the Grand Old Opry I

and judging by the recent warm budget cuts. How his measures are "Brush" as they were called, required to stop at the requestor and his Blue Grass Band.
welcome extended to Florida signal of any person "ridingor
Reagan by in some kind of contest or
be received may help him regain lost popu- raffle. It was holy terror, but driving a restive horse." One of Florida's most to the "Stiltwalking" Red The country music show is .
Republicans, they right.It
may larity in the polls, or they may do just still an automobile, and the magnificent areas definitely Margrove as well as the sponsored by the Slarke f.
Soon after the influx of .
the opposite lowering his stock still fur- center of attention After cars is the Everglades. During the Black and White Margrove Police Department.Profit will
is believed that the GOP presidential ther. practicing driving on deserted in 1914 the speed limit was holidays I traveled to this These plants can survive well be used to purchase bullet

primaries will be essentially personality streets for several days, the raised to 20 miles an hour In mighty wetlands area. in the brackish waters where proof vests, of which eight
the business section of town
contests. That is the voters will accompanied by a Although; most of the the fresh waters from the more at$70 each are needed to
owner,
and 25 in the residential
In the meanwhile, Mr. Reagan is faced "River of Grass" meets the policeman his
be> evaluating the Ford stout-hearted friend decidedto Everglades Country has been !Rive; every city
presidential for
style with the problem of maintaining his venture out on the Lake areas which "except streets drained and altered the tidal waters of the Gulf. personal vest I
intersect
Call Walnut
and measuring it the '
against flashy
cam- front runner position in the polls as the Butler road. They got fully Ninth Cherry, Church remaining "River of Grass" Atop the trees' branches you Tickets are $1.50 for children -
paigning of Ronald Reagan.The New Hampshire primary approaches on two miles from town when Madison Tenth, or Temple lands, much of which is might see flocks of Redwing under 13 and $3 for \

February 24. first one then the other of the Avenue, or State Road 13
polls, for what they are worth, two cylinders went dead and U.S. 301)), on which the speedwas Everglades National Park Turkey Vultures soar high; chased at the Police Depart-
show that Ford's popularity has slipped they were marooned betweentwo still limited to 10 mph. Remains for all to enjoy. (overhead. Looking below the ment in Starke or from any
To do this he must come up with cypress ponds, having to bushes and trees, you might policeman. Tickets will be
during the month and that
past Reaganis of the
something more impressive than the hoof it back to town. The ordinance said that a Parts "Hatrack"park are spot Christmas Berry amid delivered upon requestor may
picking up "highly positive" reactionin speeches made in his Florida visit last collision at the intersection of covered with the Brickly Pear and Barbwire be picked up at the police
his bid for the Republican nomination. Later automobiles were any of these streets would be Cypress These are actually Cattus These plants are department at any hour of the
ft!. week, which may have pleased his Re- equipped with tops, but the prima facie evidence that the miniature Pond r'ypress, the capable of living on very day or night.Clyde ,

;''Some political writers to think publican claque, but seemed to be tryingto springs instead of beau ..too person had been speeding and same as we have in BradfordCounty's marginal sites Many of them :
seem outdo Gov. Wallace himself in glib- stiff, were now as bouncy as he would be subject to a fine of pond areas. '. Ret their needed nutrients Moody will appear in

Gov. Reagan is "peaking" too fast, and ness and demagoguery. rubber balls. They threw the $100 or 30 days in jail. It is believed that these from the fresh rainwater as it person Tuesday night for the
most of Ford's recent actions would falls show singing his million-seller
trees, which generally; are less
M-em to indicate that he almost wishesto For instance, his increasing difficultyin than twenty feet tall, are The Indians first settled this Waltz.records" such"Six as White"Shenandoah Horses,"

be the "underdog" at this stage of the explaining the Reagan grand-plan of stunted because of the very land, pursuing fish and game. and others with his Blue Grass

game. turning most Federal social programsover County Agents By poor growing conditions they The white men moved in later Band.
must endure as they> sit almost to make charcoal from the
to the states, claiming to save
Bobby directly atop the limerock native trees. They built canals The show will also feature
Included in these popularitylosingactions like $90 billion in the Federal
something NotebookSince Much of the remaining Glades and roads which today( are Scotty Lee doing modern
is his veto of the "common situs" budget, but unloading the rosts of con Taylor Country is composed of home for some of the' most country sounds and songs

picketing bill which, no matter what our tinuing these programs onto the states. saw grass flats where the poisonous plants in this written by Tommy Scott

personal feelings on the issue was inter Or his tough-guy tactics in dealing with water actually flows across country the Pmsonwood and Band, such as "Rolling In My
the land to the sea during the :Manthanoel Sweet Arms" "Uncle! .
Baby's
preted as a betrayal of his Secretary of Angola, saying he would "eyeball" the
farmers wet months Within "
or pll. lime and fertilizer level:; summer Sam's Got the Flu
Labor, John Dunlop, and a slap at con- Kremlin and say: "Out. We'll let them agricultural producers, have of the soil, and lime and
struction unions which are the source of (the Angolans) do the fighting, or you're very little control over the fertilizer needs can easily tx;, hammocks of pines and visit Everglades:

whatever potential strength a Republican going to have to deal with us." But he prices they pay for things determined. In my opinion, I ij: tropical hardwood trees jut [National! Park. It is definitelyone Clean dust and grease from
needed in production and the and lime levels are out periodically.What of )Florida's most( unique the condenser coils of your re-
candidate can expect in the labor or- sidestepped the question of what he pll very
prices they receive for their low, a lime or dolomite application places of natural beauty. frigerator. This saves energy
ganizations.This would do if the Russians refused to goods,about the only way they is more Importantthan causes the presence of

vamoose, just as he sidestepped many can survive and stay in fertilizer. Incidentally, these> trees in the midst of this

is only one of the unpopular others. Mr. Reagan was much quickerwith business at the present time is too much lime or dolom ite can sea course of grass! A foot? The of elevation increased, of Error In Zon,'ng Story

actions and blunders to improve their production cause poor production just
political that Mr. the wisecracks than he was with height; elevation can be all the
Ford has made in recent months, placing logical explanations. He gives better efficiency. like too little lime. A soil difference that is needed. Gave
sample is the
only to
sure
him in the position now of having to convince performances in the Grade B, late-late Production efficiency is know the lime needs of way your Where the hammocks are Wrong Impression

voters that he is a big enough man show movies, where he is more at home. getting the most production? normally moist, hardwoodssuch
and return possible from each soil.A us Mahogany and| Million u\ portion of articleronceriiintja
for the job, rather than a "peanut politiirn" fertilizer an anything, even a liquor store.
dollar Inveted in program to get wood grow
a or
crop rezoning petition i'Xt to the church.In .
( : thrust by accident into the highest At this point, neither of the Republican livestock enterprise. It is the the most production from the for property on Morgan road

office of the land. candidates is what we would call result of careful planning and fertilizer dollar is more important Where me hammocks dry was omitted! by error from the answer to an inquiry

impressive. Now let's see what Mr. Ford the use of proven production now than it has ever out hardwoods and fires can burn, the (paper last week Since I the Zoning( Director L.M Games
that will insure been. A production goal give way to the of the implied that the state does nol
He will have this this practices help portion story omitted
opportunity does with his January opportunities. success. should be set and using information South Florida Slash Pines, fire was the first few paragraphs; hdvea law prohibttinga liquor

from a soil test tolerant trees. These speciesare the remainder of the article store from being operatednext
Some of these production report, a optimum levels of in fresh water areas of the have been misunderstood to a church, and Bradford -

Time For RededicationIt practices for crops that should each fertilizer nutrient can be Everglades.In by may some readei )Following is County zoning ordinances
I be considered are land applied to the crop. he (do not prevent this either
( it should have
selection, soil sampling the fresh water ponds you story as
liming, fertilization, soil The importance of adequatesoil can see the spectacular bird been printed: ) Several other objectors

preparation, variety selec- preparation is often life that has given the A decision by the emphasized that they were

may be a bit late for resolutions, butas On July 4, 1976 the fifty United tion, cultivation and weed overlooked by many farmers. Everglades worldwide attention Zoning Board at its December County speaking as individuals and
Land should be turned The Great Blue, not as
the nation officially enters its Bicentennial control, and harvesting and or :30 meeting;, representatives of the
States of America will celebrate the approving spot
handling techniques. plowed three weeks ahead of Louisiana and Little Green ihurch II was staled that the
year it would seem appropriate 200th anniversary of that momentousday. Marketing of the product is planting and reworked just Herons White Ibis and Wood zoning Morgan of a two-acre Road tract on church maintained a neutral

for each American to resolve to be This anniversary is a magnificent also a very Important con- prior to seeding to secure a Storks congregate about in from position in the matter, since

thankful for living in the greatest country opportunity for America and the world. sideration even though it is nota firm seedbed. This will help these ponds to catch their overruled agricultural Monday to business Jan 5,was both Mathews and Green were
by
on earth and to work to make it production practice. insure uniformity of germination daily meals of fish. At times the County Commission. members
It is chance
to
a acquire new insightsinto
and growth of plants you might also see the Green defended his
better yet.Although. the men and events of 1776. It is a Selecting the best land and will make cultivation and splendidly colored Roseate By a close 3.2 vote the by presenting a pet Ilion position which

summons to rededicate ourselves to available is more Importantthan harvest easier. Spoonbills as they fish or Zoning Board on December 30 he said contained 17

relatively young in the their ideals and principles.The many folks realize. Crops grace the skies hale in flight had approved Charles A. signatures of neighboring
of Nations the U.S. like tobacco, watermelons, These are a few of the early In the marshlands the
Family already possesses Green; petition for rezoning property owners, stating that
and vegetablecropslike considerations that should be
the oldest form of constitutional many American Bittern slips two acres of property on they did not object to the auto
framers of the Constitution cucumbers and squash are in the of
completionnow
process through the in search of
grass; toad He
Morgan to allow shop also
pointed out that
government in the world The Founding wisely declared their intention to form"a very susceptible to flooding for spring crops. I'll food, mingling with the operation of an auto repair he and Mathews formerly
Fathers fashioned a system of government conditions, or Insects and discuss other practices in giants of the south
swamp The '
more perfect union. They did not shop. property adjoins the operated an auto
that maximizes individual free- diseases that can build up in a later columns. I'll\ be happy to alligators.As repair
claim the creation of.a perfect govern soil that is planted to the same discuss your production Morgan) Road Baptist Churchon business across from the
domfreedom to worship, to speak out, Florida the west. church and that nothing was ,
ment, any more than the men who crop year after year. practices with you at any you approach
to create, to learn, to succeed signed the Declaration guaranteed time. Bay, the vegetation begins to said about it at that time.
For example if new land or change. The Gumbo Lumbo After an inspection of the Several residents of the
happiness itselfonly "the pursuit of a good crop rotation plan is and Palm property on January 5, the
Cabbage
On July 4. 1776, our nation's founders Aluminum Recylin give way area spoke in Green's behalf,
happiness. not available on your farm for ; Commissioners voter to saying; they had
no objectionsand
made a statement to the people of the
watermelons then a con- reverse the zoning board's
thought that he
world. They boldly sought respect and sideration to get a good Truck In Starke decision on grounds that had a
the
It is to this pursuit of a more perfect right to make a living on his
wouldbe
for nation founded healthy stand of My Neighbors proposed auto would ben
support a new on anew America that summoned this plants shop own property.Board .
we are on
to use certified and treated a rural area in close
idea of and
man a new goal for members Dale
200th anniversary of our national birth.milijF seed of STARKE The Reynolds
human a resistant variety proximity to residences and a Brown William Wilson, and .
government andthinning Aluminum mobile recyclingunit
seeding at a heavier rate church. For this reason, a Don Rardon voted in favor of
in steps with the final has launched the new majority of the board con the rezoning, while Chairman
thinning just before the plantsfall year in Starke with a January sidered the site unsuitable for Art Keifer and Carl Edwards

over and the vines begin to schedule of every Tuesday. an auto repair shop.At voted against It.

ORIQ' Cot run. Another example wouldbe Starting a new recyclingyear The omission of the first I
to treat corn land at the unit will be in front the zoning board meetingon few paragraphs of above story

4p planting with an Insecticide of TG & Y Store, Bradford December 30, Green's may have given the ,I
= pt land nematocide to control Square US 301 South ((837 So. petition had met opposition impression of what Mr. wrong Green

M cutworms, wireworms, corn Walnut Street), from 9:30: toll when Leaton Mathews intended to operate on the I
borers and nematodes if a a.m. on every Tuesday to pay presented a petition with over property The Telegraph
( ?2 previous was known to be the IS 20 signatures I
; k BOB G FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER crop public cents per poundfor opposing regrets this error. The t
I'.I Publishers Infested.. aluminum cans and other reclassification of the discussion of a liquor store j,
Probably one of the most clean household aluminumsuch property from agricultural to was only to point out that
PObfcshed each Thursday and entered second Class Matter at the Post OffICe at Starke, Fla under Act important cultural or as foil, pie pans, frozen BA. there Is nothing in the law to e'

of March 3, 1379 production practices in our food and dinner trays, dip and prevent such an operation ,
Subscription rate m trade area: $6 per year: $3 50 six month area is taking soil samples of pudding and meat containers. "I don't need Washington to W.F. Atwood. Sr. also objected adjoining a church if property t.e

Outside trade area: 17 per year: M.00 ux mantra.Phorv each field each year before Certain other types of clean and to the zoning change, is zoned for business. Mr
<*V 6.'Yl5 Slartre" Fla planting the crop. A soil all-aluminum items may be tell tat when to" get uptight saying that if It was made it Green's intention was to d 11
redeemed at a lower when to rebu. would be possible to "put
price.
sample report will Rive the operate an auto repair shop)
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January 15,I)7BI !)
COMMUNITYNEWS, _ TELE.lAPII I'a//(..,:I

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I ELIZABETH GIVENS WALKERNAA'P t.------ t.----- T-Tht


1 NOTICE: t. .
1 Martin Luther King Birthday .
] Memorial Services will be I 1 .
I held at Pleasant Grove United I
I Methodist
Church at 8 p.m.

1 1 'Thursday A business Jan.meeting 15. of the

I NAACP will be held at 7 p.m. I CRISCO I I MUSSELMAN I

j J' SCOUT NEWS
i Brownie Troop 325 will meet
1 Monday, Jan. 19, at 3:30: p.m. @
I ''at RJI<;. All troop members : SUPERMARKETS
I are asked to cooperate. The SHORTENING 1 APPLE JUICE
1 leaders are Ms. Lennon g
I '
Morris. and Holiday |
9 Junior Troop 605 will meet
I at 3 p.m. Saturday,Jan. 17, in
I STARKE
i Hoom D-l I at KJE with Mrs. I I
I Alice Searcy leader. 3 LBCAN 9'9C, '320 SOUTH 32oz C I

1 CIIUIU'll NEWSPhiladelphia : 9
I WALNUT
I i 'Church Lawleyi; Rev.Baptist Willie ST. I JAR .

1 G. Mayberry pastor. Sunday
9 School, 10 a m. with Supt. THIS COUPON AT'ANTRY PRIDE OR Old STORES WCD.,JAN 14.
i Jeremiah Johnson presiding. 'WITH WED., JAN.21,1B7S.LIMIT-1 Of BACH CENTS OFF COUPON WITH .wt in fhastJ ta xciptILIUM. THIS JAN ON AT PANTRY PRIDE OR Old STORES WED..JAN 14,
I Holy Communion ON MORI FOOD ORDER TOBACCO PRODUCTS EXCLUDED. 'WITH WED. 21 1978. LIMIT-1 OP EACH CENTS OFF COUPON WITH fEveryDayLowPricc
Service, .
11 FOOD STAMP OR MORE FOOD ORDER. TOBACCO PRODUCTS EXCLUDED.

1 1 I '(':'loving a the m.service. with memory a special dedicated of the portion late to Dr.the of X 1 .. I- .. .- COUPONS 411I ..

1 Martin Luther King Jr. Rev.
i :Joe Cephus Johnson of !Miami
1 "will be the speaker. Evening T
1 Worship 4 p.m. EveryDayLowPrice T EvcryDayLowPrice [ EveryDayLowPrice
i New Bethel and Kbpnrzer
1 Baptist Churches. Rev. Leroy SAVE
1 Davis pastor. Weekly services SAVE SAVE SAVE
J at New Bethel began Wednesday BEEF BLADE CUT LOTS OF 1o CENTER CUT BEEF 21 s TONELESS 21e1o
I with Prayer !Meeting and
I Bible Study combined 7 p.m. CHUCKROAST FULL CUTSTEAK
i Sunday services begin with SIRLOINSTEAKS
I Church School at 9:30.: BTU 5 S
I p m., terminating services for 1
I the day
i 3 LEG QUARTERS WITH BACKS
i Kbenezer Baptist Church 3 BREAST QUARTERS WITH BACKS
services begin wIth
1 Prayer 3 WINGS- NECKS- GIBLEJ PICGS.
!
Meeting and Bible Class at 7
i p.m. Business Meeting 7pm. FLORIDA .
9 Saturday. Sunday School. 9:30: US GOV T PREMIUM
I a.m. Morning Worship at 11.. INSPECTEDCORN GRADE OR I U.S. GOVT.
1 Communion Service, 6 p m. GEORGIASHIPPED INSPECTED U..S. GOVTINSPECTED
I Visitors always uelcome. FED
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I First Horn, Church of the
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1 pastor. Prayer!Meeting,Tuesday -
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nh J Rev R G. Heastie. choir, imt
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ONt.f! [[p 10IIYLY 0 FRESH S
I render services. SWEET NO MELLOW 10'
Friday night, ONADI O*OlOHOt* O CRISP
I Jan. 16. at 7:30: all members CHUCKSTEAK STEW I SHOULDER / GREEN /
Golden
[ R RtpeBANANAS FRESH
1 are asked to cooperate with GROUND
i this activity. Bible School 10 OR BEEF I STEAKS QFRYERS f CABBAGE/ I
I am. Morningorship at 11. PIECES ] i LETTUCE I

j The Excelsior Gospels of u..Dort.< 98 :r: $128 / u..o S58
I Jacksonville will appear at CohN n. tows 4fte 15C lO'JL 29c
I First Born Church at 8 p m. L. PKO. COM)FIB U) ."fA"STS POUND LB HEAD
I Sunday. Jan. 18. Come and
j enjoy the Lord in songs.
Pleasant drove and :Ml. EveryDayLowPrke "W EveryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrice Every aylowPricePANTRY EveryDayLowPrice Super Discount M EveryDayLowPriceRE
I :Huriah Parish. Rev Willie
I Stitt pastor. Services begin : ;ot 0 MOTTS ti' PRIDE '.2* ii' o SWEET JUICY t'
S Monday night with Junior LIBBY'SCORN EATING OK COOKING
I Choir rehearsal at 730.: Tiny A LEMON DEL MONTE APPLESAUCE GRAPEFRUITSECTIONS ROME BEAUTY FLORIDAORANGES
I Tots rehearsal
every Tuesday
B night 6 p m. Wednesday night LEMON JUICE CATSUP APPLES
J> Prayer Meeting, 'Thursday -
I night NAACP program 8 c i..
! p m Business meeting. 7 p m. 16 3 /
Church School, 10 a.m. Love Oz. *$
I Feast Service, 4pm. ;* :. ,

:Mt !Moriah ! with Church UP TO
School at 9:30: j LOW resin' ur TO
Morning Worship at II 11. MVT. MSKCTII MM Fll MNEIEU Mtf t 111I11"11....NVf MIL! Tt}LI,... [Ctl I PAHTW HIM KM Ml J QUICK / OENI us i ovti

irrutcr. Itaplist\. Hcllilelu'iii Church. Tiny Freewill Tot- Chuck Pot Roast. II 118 25';Beef Liver .IC..IIZIII rlA"ACI 59c s'{Sliced Bologna 89d [Ocean Perch Fillets LI 89C 10-

I rehearsal was held at 7"p m. ills ASSOITEO SIKEI ounriit I u AVI. 49Q "HI lilt WMI dill UICEO Ilor PHI PANTS' 'IIN 12" "8 fELE9 I Del HI
p.m.Monday Tuesday Prayer Wednesday:Meeting, 7 Pork Loin Chops II r Breakfast i Bacon Jr, ""JSkinless Franks 69t '|iCookedOEYFINtO Shrimptt f\f\t 20'

: night the Senior Choir held a HSTON RAN Fuss POM 4 III II AVI UIIIM* MW ItUANI SMIAIC NT SHMANI .
$41Q I nNI *"" **'*"HI1* fit In.% aROUND IEF m VtBEIAilE POTEINol
night group Story meeting.!Hour Thursday at the Shoulder Roast i, lamb( Roast 'oii.Ula rjs: t> 69C' Quarters Great( Ground slim $299 ..'

(church also Ladies Circle MICK IIOZCN i us i ovii 4 IKNIMCNI. IE IMI* SMMIMI. .. [AN
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meeting.Friday Junior night Choir 6 pm.rehearsal also Dressed Whiting u49 I .lambTChOp1S11 t.1IJf: :T' ? 89q-iOrange Juice o/l 1 It'iSmoked TO I II Picnics IV( 88-'

Pra>erBand meeting. MCI*. i II AVI. I
Sunday M2tN I .IJu Ml '"* tUI HUT lIT LI '** '
School services at begin 9.30: :Morning with Church Wor Cornish Game Hens >II 79 10'1 American Cheeses. 98P 211 Fish Sticks *1"' "Spare|] TO 1 II AVC Ribs WESTERN 99EveryDayLowPrice -'

ship at 11. Dinner will be I
served at 12-30: Evening "%'or ALL ITEMS AND PRICKS GOOD WED.,JAN.14 THRU WED.,JAN. 21. *7S.QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED.
ship. 6pm.Allen .
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Rev R.U. Heastie pastor EveryDayLowPrice 1 EveryDayLowPrice T EveryDayLowPrkePANTRY
Tuesday night the pastor met
with Young Adult members to SAVE
make for SAVE SAVE SAVE
plans a program
honoring the late Dr. Martin PRIDE 16 20 PET 31 25
Luther King Sunday services LIBBY'S16oz
.begin with Church School 10 MAYON-
FRUITCOCKTAIL
'a m. Morning Worship at 11. COFFEECREAMER
At! 3 p m. ChOir Union members
are asked to cooperatewith
Pantry
activities of the church. Pride INAISE
:Ml. Pisgdh AMK: Church
Rev George Farmer pastor CUT GREEN or
Church School 10 a m. Morning 15.50ZFRENCH STYLE
i Worship at I II I, terminating
services for the day 17oz 32oz

j CANS YOUR ,
.Liberty Tree For JAR 1602 CHOICE

Arbor Day Jan. 16
COMPARE OUK tVHTOAf YOU WVI
tow.eic.r ur ro l

everyone A "Liberty is the goal Tree"of area for MNIII nnf IS., nAluminum. 291589s i SCATTER BEER SAVE Si1 BIC DISPOSABLE MR. COFFEECOFFEE

garden clubs for Florida'sArbor Foil 4' .
SAVE ,.
Day on January 18. l RUGS MUGSSTOUT IGHTER

The clubs are encouraging Southern Maid Grits I''l 1r.lTANORTforATlMI OK 8LENDER-120Z I SAVE 42' S oft' FILTERS
civic and l

organizations to plan a Liberty and community individuals Tree to Breakfast rum nM'ilw WSIANI Drink MUM 9 109 10l $ *

commemorate not only the CMT4WM. tilTomato I I 1 77c L 79 I

Nation's state. Arbor Bicentennial Day but>ear.the Paste 4/M/ 1 'S' l SAVE 3 y

Governor Ileubin Askew If t tl 4.1Vienna
will issue a formal Sausage 5/1/ 2S- i GI 88* I Muffin I mi.iuw I lituiuti fit
proclamation designating the A F Film Tin 59 I Berber Baby Pants -
day Member clubs will
participate by planting trees EveryDayLowPrice EveryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrice
In public areas and by including EveryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrice
a "Liberty Tree" in
members home landscaping.They CREAM STYIEFYNE JUNE BOY FRESH HUNGRY JACK.INSTANT
"nature's point out conditioners"that trees are :I TASTE KOSHERDILLS GEBHARDT Pantry Pride MASHEDPOTATOES. ""'

and that well-located trees CHILI Tea Bags BREAD
CORN
help reduce utility bills noise, WITH BEANS .
reduce air pollution and I'IM TM (
enhance properly values. __ S < k
3/79
Florida's During the garden past clubs few years have ri .JrCp2: : c' 99 _io_20oz vf, 3si mI

concentrated on flowering ----d
trees,but this Arbor Day, they ------B--I-I Flour [v ,yDayLowPrie Ev ryDayLowPrie
are asking Floridians to plant"shade" ar
trees as well,
in areas where the .f LF-RI8INO-8. LB SAG I SWIFT PREMIUM t PANTRY PRIDE .I..DS-EYE. 6' jkMBRECHT Frozen 17' FANTRV FRIOIANGEL. .
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original tree cover has been I I (Pillsbury Flour POTTED POTATO CHIPS ORANGE
FOOD
cleared for highways com ORDIP'M PIZZA
mercial and residential I I PU..SlEL..III.INQ.UN.LIACH.D.. (
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development. I aUUQ MEAT CHIPS ia IaiN4ROW.II.ICJUU RING CAKE
0R laws s.waou
1 Lists suitable trees can be CASH WITH THIS COUPON. AT PANTRV PRIDCORO4 F..
f $
obtained from area county STORES WfO.,JAN. 14 THRU 301 6/ aw N C .OZEN'39 c YOUR
agricultural offices. ,l: WtO., JANUARY 21 1171.A..rrrri.rrr.Iiriy.rrs..r. -J CAN AN CHOICE (.i79c. t



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January 1iJ178: !) _


. Le -Jals a-egais Coi iinty Asks Right-Of-Way Donationsr



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF

NOTICEI THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR
FOJ Pleasant Grove Road
I will not be responsible for Paving
any debts made by anyone other CUlT OF FLORIDA, IN AND CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR ] :

FOR BRADFORD COUNTY.. BRADFORD COUNTY. -
than myself' Request drivers

license for ID. CASE NO. 76-3 CASE NO.((1237)1 75)-341.CP Pleasant Grove Road, two tions of the state safety code in county roads will be numbered take the process, it will be ternoon. The disaster has beenin

Henry Floyd Parrish miles northwest of Starke its road department operations by the end of the month, done by a state agency the planning stages since

1/15 4tp 2/5 between SR-16 and SR-229 at which time posting road The NCFRPC must make early December and will test
(the
DEPARTMENT OF OFFENDER IN RE: The !Estate of CHARLES of all
_. Road will application to be designatedby the emergency response
Leon numbers
--.---------- REHABILITATION of the Statsof A. DAVIDSON. Deceased. Brownlee Road), will be Superintendent begin.CommissIoners
PROPOSED and paved if residents along the Ellington told the board that also passeda the state to do the planning the county agencies
Florida, an Agency public
CONSTITUTIONAL body corporate of the State of NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll road donate the right-of-way, all but one of the recommendations resolution calling for the before March, 1976 and a

AMENDMENT TO BE Florida, acting on behalf of the Creditors of CHARLES A. the Bradford County Commission had now been met, as designation of the North Cen- public hearing will be held also reported
VOTED ON decided the road department must be tral Florida Planning Councilto February 6 at the Regional Thompson
Trustees of the Internal Improvement DAVIDSON who died on July Monday, Jan. 5. that social security recipients(
MARCH I), 1976 Trust Fund, 6, 1975 while a resident of Bradford Cost of paving the ,4-mile' in compliance with the safety conduct water quality Utilities Board Room In have been attempting! to see

Petitioner, County, Florida are notified road is set at $100,000 by the code by Jan. S. The one planning for the area. Gainesville as part of the the social security officer at
ELECTION state of remaining item would be Executive director Charles application process.
NOTICE OF .vs- that they are required to file any Department Transportation at
the Civil Defense Building
'
WHEREAS The completed during the day Justice appeared before the Bradford county Civil Defense -
Legislature CHURCH; T. W. TATUM; claims or demands that they limes lie again
the Constitution of the DOT Ellington said. commission to explain that Director Jerry Thompson \ the wrong
under CHARLIE MAE MOORE; and may have against his !Estate in representatives will stressed (that the officer maybe
State of Florida, passed Senate JOHN S. EVANS Defendants. the Circuit Court for Bradford attempt to secure deeds to the The board authorized the water quality planning reported that a commun- and Thursdays -

Joint Resolution No. 1061 pro County, Florida, in the Court- needed right-of-way, but will county sanitarian Jack Tra- must be done before 1978 and ity disaster exercise will be seen Mondays

posing an amendment to the SUMMONS TO SHOW house at Starke, Florida, within agree to return the land if at wick to rent portable toilets at if area planners do not under staged Jan 21 late in the af from 9:45: till 11 :30 a.m.

Constitution of the State of Florida CAUSE AND NOTICEOF three calendar months from the least 90 percent of the the county landfill near Key

and they did determine and EMINENT date of the first publication of required right-of-way cannotbe stone Heights. Authorizationwas

direct that the said Senate Joint DOMAIN PROCEEDINGSIN this notice. Each claim or secured through donations. also given for posting of 12 Democrats Two Republicans

Resolution be submitted to the demand must be in writing and The county commission has the propety against late-night ,

electors of the State of Florida THE NAME OF THE STATEOF filed in duplicate, and must state previously taken the stand loiterers.

at a Special Election to be held FLORIDATO the place of residence and post that right-of-way will have to The commissioners also To Appear On Preferential Ballot

on the second Tuesday in office address of the claimantand be donated for any secondary signed an ordinance setting

March, 1976; ALL IT MAY CONCERN: be sworn to by the claimant roads paved in the future, due weight limits for vehicles tra- -

NOW THEREFORE I, his agent or his attorney or it to the I remendous expense of veling secondary state roads Six U.S. Senators, two Carter of Georgia, and Terry who are of the same political

BRUCE A. SMATHERS Secretary AND TO: will become void according to paving today and county roads The ordinance governors, two governors, Sanford, North Carolina. party as the candidate

of State of the State of Florida (111) The following persons and The county presently has a was revised from its and one u.s. Representativeare Others on the Democratic Secretary of State Bruce

do hereby give notice that a parties who are residents of the law.Dated this 9th day of January 60-foot right.cf-way on the early December inception to expected to be among the ticket are U.S. RepresentativeMorris Smathers said he had includedthe

Special Election 'will be held in State of Florida whose names 1976. Pleasant Grove Road but an allow exemption from the 12: Democratic candidates Udall of Arizona and name of Sen Church

each County In Florida, on the and places of residence are set additional 20 feet is needed to limitations if good cause is appearing on Florida's Sargent Shriver. although he had been advised

second Tuesday in March. forth as far as ascertainable by EVALYN. HALPINAdministratrix meet the 80-foot right-of-way shown to enter a restrictedarea presidential preference President Gerald Ford and that Church (did not wish to

which' date is March 9. 1976 for diligent search; of theEstate requirement set by the DOT, primary ballot on March 9. former California governor enter the Florida primary

the ratification or rejection: of the 11)) Church, address unknown. of according to DOT district The ordinance sets a limit of The six Senators are: Birch Ronald Reagan will be the Smathers explained that since

Senate Joint Resolution proposing ((2)) T.W. Tatum Route One CHARLES A. DAVIDSON right-of-way administratorJ.H. 1.600 pounds per axle and Bavh of Indiana ; Lloyd only candidates on Florida's Church had tiled with the

an amendment to the Con- Box 32 Lawtey. Florida 32068 1/152tchg 1/22/ Biellmg Jr. 50,000 pounds gross weight per Bentsen, Texas; Robert Bird. Republican preferentialballot Federal Elections: Com

stitution of the State of Florida; ((3)) Mrs. Charlie Mae Moore ------------- Donation of the propertywill vehicle traveling Bradford West Virginia; Frank Church mission as a national cam-

viz: Post Office Box 173 Lawtey NOTICE OF be necessary or the County roads Commissioner Idaho; Fred Harris These names will be paign fund raiser he thought

Rorida 32058 APPLICATIONFOR county commission will haveto Roberts noted that SR-18 and Oklahoma ; and Henry presented in Tallahassee Ins name should be included

Senate Joint Resolution ((4))John S Evans Post Office TAX DEED drop the project, Bielling SR-16 will soon be reclassifiedas Jackson, Washington State. today (Thursday) to Florida's Smathers said he had

No 1061 Box 69 3449, Miami, Florida said. secondary roads, leaving The two Governors are: presidential selection com received an affidavit from

A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing 33169. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Local people are "still stag- SR-100 and US-301 the only Milton Shapp of Pennsylvania mittee. The name of a can- Sen. hubert Humphrey of

an amendment to ((21) The unknown assigns, that W.C, POWELL the holderof gering over the right of way on primary roads in the county. and George Wallaceof didate may be deleted from Minnesota \ovung he was nota

Section 9, Article VII of the successors in interest, trusteesor the following certificates has US-301." commissioner Dave County Zoning Director Alabama; along with the list only by unanimousvote candidate so his name will

State Constitution relating to any other parties claiming by, filed said certificates for a tax Shuford said and agreed with L.l\I. Games reported that all former governors Jimmy of the three members not appear on the ballot.
local ad valorem taxes the DOT spokesman that the
through or against the above deed to be issued thereon. The
Be It Resolved by the property in question would
Legislature named individuals or organization -
certificate numbers and of
of the State of Florida: years have to be secured almost 90 Executive
( whether existing or issuance. the description of the Committee Members To Be
That the following\ amendment dissolved. per cent through donations.
and the in
to Section 9 of Article VII ((3)) And all property names Any necessary improve-
against persons which' it was assessed
are as
of the State Constitution is here- and parties claiming or having follows: ments to personal property Elected March VotingMembers

by agreed to and shall be sub- and interest or claim as owners Certificate No 119 damaged by the extension of
mitted to the electors: of this, creditors the roadway will be borne by -
mortgagees judgment Year of Issuance 1971 Therefore candidates
of the for
County ballot.
for the (Democratic Party > and
state approval or rejection at lienholders. of or county, commissioner
upon
or
Description of Property: BEG AT Democratic Executive these positions need not
the general election to be held in Ralph Bryan pointed out. Nolanoodburn ( Republican
against the parcel of land NE COR OF NW/4 OF NW'4SLY7501 Committees of both political qualify with the clerk.
November 1976 Commissioners P >I.
expressedthe
described in the Petition in Brad .W1000' TO ELY R/W Democrat and Anyone interested in
fear that residents of the parties All \\ oulcItx'rIers are
ford County, Florida. qualifying for these positionsmay
OF CO RD, / YON ELY R/W
Republican will be elected in
ARTICLE VII The Florida Department of property in question would The Republican Party, obtain further information reminded that registration
TO N LINE OF NW'/4 OF
NW'/i
FINANCE AND TAXATION Offender Rehabilitation has filed object if some donated the the Presidential Preference however will continue to electits from the Clerk of books for the Presidential
ELY 1280' MIL TO POB EX
SECTION 9. Local Taxes.- a Petition, in Eminent Domain LOT 150' E8W BY 240' N,& S property and others were paid Primary on March 9, according state committeemen and the Court, or from the County Prefeience Primary will close!
for the right of However. to information state committeewomen by Saturday Jan 4. at 5
way. Chairmen pm.
proceedings against you seekingto BEING 180' S OF NE COR OF released by the headquartersof Guy Andrews
(a) Counties school districts. condemn for they agreed to let the DOT
public purposesthe '
NW/ OF NW/4 & EX PAR- both political groups.
and municipalities shall and the documentsto
legal
fee simple title to the parcel CELS IN OR 75451. 452 453 prepare '
special districts be be and Persons wishing to run for School Buses To
may described below located in SEC: 24. TWP 8-S. R-22. presented signed by these positions should qualify Transport Residents To
authorized by law to levy ad Bradford County Florida: property owners with the Understanding -
Name which assessed
in : immediately the Clerk of
valorem taxes and may be South (651 feet of that the deeds
Five (
Sixty- Joseph A. WelchAll Bicentennial
the Court, since the deadlinefor Wagon Train
Camp
authorized by general law to levy North Two Hundred Sixty ((260)) of said the would be returned if 90 per
other taxes for their respective feet of East Four Hundred Thirty property being in cent of the land is not acquired qualifying is Tuesday,
County of Bradford State of
purposes, except ad valorem ((4301 feet of SE'/4 of SWY. of Florida. through donations. Jan.20, the clerk's office said School buses will be to perform, as well as local proving tnt use nl l school

taxes on intangible personal property NE'/i Except East Thirty-Five Unless such certificate Estimated cost of the paving Each party is entitled to provided to take Bradford University of Florida music buses I the llrailloid Cininly

and taxes prohibited. by ((35)) feet Section 26. Township certificates shall be redeemed or project is $100,000 Bielling have one committeeman and County school children and students. the Middle School School Hoard design.ited I Hitevent -

this constitution. 5 South Range 22 East Bradford according to law the said Necessary improvements one committeewoman to their parents to meet the band and hopefully the cast of a school piocctAit | .

County, Florida, containing 0.64 property to personal property serve on its county committee Bicentennial Wagon Train "Oklahoma" Mrs Shields sUiiletils I 11'11111'arlnIlS
described in such certificate,
(bl) Ad valorem taxes, exclusive acres more or less. or such as fences torn down for from each of the 17 Bradford which will arrive in Graham county schools will also
certificates, will be sold the
of taxes levied for the pay You and each of you are com- highest bidder at the to court the roadway will also be made precincts. Both committees Feb. 12.Local. said.Bus drivers ill be asked 10 ciratc posters and a !nianl

ment of bonds and taxes levied manded to file written defensesto house door on the 20th day of at county expense, according Democrat and Republican, talent will comprise donate their time in providing mural I to lie placed I in local

for periods not longer than two the Petition in the office of the January, 1976. to commissioner Ralph have some vacancies at the almost half of the planned transportation to the Graham Kinks in tolvbuilioii/ of I Hit*

years when authorized by vote Clerk of the Circuit Court in and Dated this 17th of Bryan precinct level at the present two-hour program beginningat farm for the event. In ap- countrv 's JiHith hirthd.ivn

of the electors who are the for Bradford County Florida in December, 1975. day In other business at the regular tIme. There is no qualifying 7 p.m. at the farm of H.D.

owners\ of freeholds therein not the City of Starke Bradford monthly meeting, the fee to be paid in order to Barnes in Graham, according

wholly' exempt from taxation. County Florida, on or before the GILBERT S. BROWN. Clerk commission learned that it qualify for the committee to project chairperson Carole Pair Arrested C) Drug Count

shall not be levied in excess of 23rd day of February, 1976 and had been cited for 67 viola- posts Shields Talent auditions for
By Beulah M.
Moody The State Democratic
the following milages upon the to serve your written defenses Clerk of Circuit Court of Executive Committee has the program will be held Two Brooker residents were 21. both listing a rural routeaildiess
assessed value of real estate and Thursday, Jan. 22. at 7'10
the for the
upon Attorney Bradford County. Florida. 12/24 arrested late Sunday near Itrookvr vveie
announced that the State evening
tangible personal property: for Department of Offender Rehabilitation 4tchg1/1j> Western Style Committeeman and State p m. in the Starke Elemetary for possession of more than arrested at 9:311: ) I In M Glen
all ten mills __. cafeteria
county purposes ;
on before that -----
or five of and
:Moore
grams
Committeewoman (one each marijuana
for all municipal. ten Students will be involved
purposes date, which defenses shall show
narcotic
nulls; for all school purposes ten NOTICE OF INTENTION Square Dance from this county) will no with a children's chorus paraphenalia. according -
what right title interest
or ,
you to the Bradford Both still
longer be elected by ballot, are in custodv .it
nulls; for water management TO REGISTER singing patriotic songs during '
or any of you. have or claim in but will be elected by the County Sheriff's Department. the Bradford ('ounty jail|
for the and
the northwest
SetThe two
purposes and to of the abovade FICTITIOUS NAME Class Is program country-
any Karen Sue Frederick, 20. the of
county committees. pcMidmg posting $1.riiKi
of of western bands
portion the state lying west scribed parcel and show cause are scheduled! and Timothy Dean Kobmson. hond each

the line between ranges two and why it should not be taken for Pursuant to Section 865.09

three east. 0.OS mill; for water the uses and purposes set forth Florida Statutes notice is Starke Recreation w

management purposes for the .in the Petition. or default may be hereby given that the undersigned Department will sponsor Florida State Bank

remaining/ portions of, the state entered against you. Cleo Price. Fit 1 classes in Western Style

1 Omill: and for all other special WITNESS MY HAND as Clerkof Melrose Bradford County Square Dance to be held each Community State BankSTATE

districts a millage authorized, by the Circuit Court in and for Florida 32666. doing business Thursday night beginning at Starke

law approved by vote of the Bradford County, Florida, and under the firm name of "THE January 22 at 8 p.m. in the Old

Hectors who are owners of freeholds the seal of the Court on 6th day HOUSE OF GINGER". At. I I. Armory.The CONSOLIDATED State REPORT sash No Of 40S CONDITION OF

therein. not wholly exempt of Jan at Starke, Florida. Melrose, Bradford County, class is open to couples BANK NO 471 OF FLORIDA BANK AT STARK. OF STARKE IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA
CONSOLIDATED REPORT OF CONDITION
from A .
taxation county furnishing Florida 32666. intends to register only and will be of casual COMMUNITY STATE BANK OF STARKC AND DOMESTIC SUBSIDIARIES' AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS

municipal' services may. to Gilbert. Brown said fictitious name under the dress. IN'' THE STATE OF FLORIDA' AND DOMESTIC SUBSIDIARIES. ON DECEMBER 91 l ISiS

the extent authorized by law, Clerk of the above- provisions of aforesaid statute. The course will cover the 68 AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON DECEMBER Si. I9 71.
levy additional taxes within. the
Court Cleo Price sole owner.
styled square dance basics that have ASSETSI
limits fixed for municipal purposes By: Marian "McRae' Dated this 1st day of January, been adopted nationally as the ASSETS I Cain and due from banks S I 343 17073
2. 'Kl, US Treasury secunlel. SI "1.OU19
Deputy Clerk A.D., 1976 at Melrose/ Florida
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED main stream of the modern 77101100 I (Ib'' Oo'ga'.onlO'', Federal' Fn.nc.nQ, (tank nont un on It
1 cash aflCduU from banks
1,15 4tchg 2/5 1/1/ 4tp 1/22 dance. 3 Obligation of other U S Government agencies'
that the following statement be 3 Obligations of other U S Government agencies and corporations tSO.iOo 47 ,
--------- and corporations 1 153.793
---- ,
------------- The classes will be con- 4 Oblloationsof Statesand po'IIcallubd.n.' 702..11 M
placed on the ballot: 4 Obi"gationtol Staletand politicalsubdivisions 1.2." "
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 5 Other securities 2.,0.0
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT ducted by Gil T. Crosby, 5 Other securities U' 471 51
7 Federal funds sold and, securities' purchased under
CONSTITUTIONALAME.JDMENT EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF BRADFORD COUNTY. square dance caller and aqr.omenlxrorsssii. "0.000 00 Federal. funds sold and securities. purchased. under
FLORIDA agreements' resell tOO 000 ODI
teacher of
Gainesville.
Crosby 2.7'02.17
FLORIDA IN AND FOR 8 Other loans
teaches dance for 9 Bank premises furniture, and fixtures. and otherassetsrepresenling B Other loans 012 OJ9 14
square
ARTI CLE VIISECTION BRADFORD COUNTY. 10"" 01IJ 9 Bank premises. 'urn"u'" and fiKturos. and other
Case No 76-1 bank pr.nI.g
9 credit at Santa Fe Community .. .. .U OS assets represent, bank premises 1M tires
FILE NO. 76 5-CP IN RE: The Marriage of HAL College and also leads his own Ourosge 13 Otnor assets. in, onii II
Proposing an amendment to BENSON HAMILTON Husband 14 TOTAL ASSETS a.711.Ml 19 1 14 TOTAL ASSETS ootueoi
Square Dance Club In
the State Constitution authorizing ((1-23911)
and limiting local taxes for and LEONA H. HAMILTON Gainesville called the "Gil T--
"
t \water management purposes to IN RE: ESTATE OF PEARL Wife Squares. LIABILITIES LIABILITIESIS '
A fee of $3 will be
not more than one ID mill. BURNHAM EDWARDS NOTICE OF SUIT per couple 15 Demand deposits' of. 'ndvduei, partnerships, and Demand dOpOsI5, of md'viOuals' partnerships.
Deceased. charged each week. ,. ,
corporations I S0 141 91l andcorpo.Ionh 4 a21 J70 10
To:Leona H. Hamilton Registration! will held the first of Individuals le Time and of .
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF I l ic Time" and say ngs deposits" savings/ deposits individualspartnersh
have hereunto NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo 404 Chester St. night of classes. The class partnersn.and corporations 2.63.0s' U ,ps. and corporal, | 481 111 Tlu
set my hand and Myrtle Beach S.C. must have at least 12 17 Depos 'sol united Slates Oovernment 7 oos IS I 7 Oepositsot Un"ted Stales Government lit /IS
affixed the Great Seal of the all creditors and all persons couplesin U Depos ts of States and"" """calluadon., .03.00334 19 Depositsof Statesandpoltcaisubdvsons' / 4 2M 012 70
State of Florida at Tallahassee. having claims or demands order for the class to be 71 Ctrtit' ,ed ana officers check. tic UlSlJOl 71 Cee.dandioiscerx, ch.ekl..te .'.7t) 70
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat continued after the first .7t4 Ot)0 4I 21 TOTAL .
the against said estate night 27 TOTAL DEPOSITS S I DEPOSITS 1419.40000
Capital, this the 30 day of
an action for dissolution of The class is open to senior I 10') toiaiasnandd,00srt. SI 944.141 74b 'ai, Totaidemandasposts, ft S 730 HI ,9
December, A.D.. 1975. You, and each of you are S 2.9SI,f 11 10 b'' Total. time .
has been filed school I ) Total time and sav ngs deposits and savings deposits ft | 740 141 J7
marriage against high students also but
hereby notified and required to 11 Other' i I.no.. 17)11911 Pt Other' I"ab'lit'esl }OS.lot 17
present claims and demands you and you are required to they must register as a couple ? TOTAL LIABILITIES' .
BRUCE A. SMATHERS any 21 TOTAL LIABILITIES. ,1I9.'.OM 14 m >0t t3
SECRETARY OF STATE which' you or either of you. may serve a copy of your written and continue as a couple.
have defenses if any, to it on An organizational meetingwill
the of
1/82tchg/ 1 1,22 against estate
RESERVES ON LOANS AND
RICHARD E. WELTY, Attorney be held this RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES SECURITIES
-------------- PEARL BURNHAM EDWARDS Thursday.
NOTICEINVITATION for Petitioner whose address is Jan. 13. 8 m to help get 10 Reserve bad debt losses on loans .
deceased to the Judge of the p 10 Reserve lor Bad debt.tosses on loans 4>.02l >n 31 sstII 6*
TO BID said Court. in the Courthouse at 114 N Walnut Street, P.O. Box things ready for the next 31 TOTAL RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES. 41011 44S41 11 TOTAL RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES' .tI xl

Furnish and deliver, materials Starke Bradford County, 995 Starke, Florida, 32091. and week

to renovate Unit' *1. Brooker Florida within four months from file the original with the Clerk of For more information call CAPITAL. ACCOUNTS
ACCOUNTS
state Farmer Market Brooker the date of the first publicationof the above styled Court on or the Recreation Department. CAPITAL

Florida this notice. before February 9, 1976; other \164-6792. or in Union County, 19 Equity cap,tal'. total 111 It 1! Equity cap"tat. total' .t7e.991 40
17 Common
stock total
For further!details. contact Mr Each claim wise a judgment may be entered call -4U6-3755 17 common stock? total par value. too.000 00 par value 10000000
or demand must No Shares autnooied I J. ,
000 I No .
No wares aulnoriftd 10.000)) (No shares .u'.andng, 10000)) marts ou''andno I J 000 1
) for the relief
Robert E. Allen. Jr., Manager be in writing and must state the (against you 11 Surplus' J1000000 M Surplus |.100.000 OC
Brooker State Farmers Market place of residence. and post- demanded in the Petition 19 videdprollts/ 111.IJ$ .. W Undivided prof ts 1O.470 94
Intersection Stats Road 18 & office address of the claimantand WITNESS my hand and the 41 TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 941.111S .. 10 Reserve capital reserves tor contingencies" and Other'
seal of said Court on the 5th day 41 TOTAL LIABILITIES' RESERVES AND 11192146
231, Brocket. Florida 32622 41 TOTAL CAPITAL
must be sworn to by the Legal; CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 6.712.3"$ '9 ACCOUNTS I I.<7f> |91 40
Phone 9044861140. or W O claimant his agent or his attorney of January, 1976. 4J TOTAL LIABILITIES RESERVES AND

Whittle, Chief.. Bureau of State or it will, become void CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 17,000..01
Markets PO Box 1191 Winter Gilbert S. Brown MEMORANDA
according to law NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO MEMORANDA.
Haven, Florida 33880 Phone Each creditor shall deliver sufficient As Clerk of said Court REGISTER I Averageol. total'deposits tnel9c4lendar days ending

813 293-3169. copies. of his claim to By: Beulah M. Moody FICTITIOUS NAME ..,'hull data .771.111 97 I Average of total'deposits lor ,.. IS calendar' days
Mail bids to reach the Office Deputy Clerk 2 Average total' loans for the 19 calendar days ending ending WIN call date 1411000000
enable the Court to mail one to Pursuant to Section 86509 .
2 Average'total"loans
1/8 4tchg 1/29 wan" call data' 2 711 119 41i tor the IS calendar days
of WO Whittle PO Box 1191 each personal representative.Dated Florida Statutes notice is here- ending was. caudate 7.o.e.000 00i
Winter Haven Florida 33880 on 7 January A.D. 1976 -------------- by given that the undersignedLouis i Margaret. I .......executive.Vc., President' of the above named bank do

or before 10'00 A.M.. Wednesday Brodsky, P.O. Box 216. solemnly, atlirrn' that th"s report of cond.t on is true and correct. to the best of my
knowledge' and Belief i I. Ruins Jonni Cashier, of the above named bank.d.lOl.m'', alt rm that ISIS,
January 28. 1976. Mark all Robert Franklin Ritch Hampton, Bradford
County.
The optimist already sees reporlof condll'on it true and correct to int b.o'my knowledge and beliel' '
bids as "SEALED BID TO BE As Executor of the the scar over the wound; the Florida 32044, doing business Correct-Attest- Margaret Mliiai'Jeron'e

OPENED 1000 AM. WEDNESDAY.JANUA.RY28,1976 Last Will ft Testament of still the under the firm name "COUN- Correct Attest Ruin S Johns
pessimist sees
," Pearl Burnham Edwards, wound underneath the scar TRY SIDE MOTORS". Box 216. Mundy JohnsLellaS -

We reserve the right to acceptor Deceased Ernst Schroder. quotedby Hampton Bradford County. H H Adams I SO C Tomlmttn DenmarkJ

relect any part of any bid or all 1/ 15 4tchg 2/5 Jctnik Press Service Florida 32044, intends to register rectors S L Peek Jr

bids in the best Interest of the -------------- sad fictitious name under the DirectorsState
Staled' Florida, County ot Bradford ss
Bureau of State Markets of
aforesaid
YOU provisions statute. Sworn.0..nd.uOIe"bed.before melhis9m day of January, 1974 and I hereby .
NEED TO CLEAN It is impossible to defeat Louis Brodsky sole owner certify. 'Stat I am not an'olficer or d.rector of this, bank of Florida' County of Bradford ISSworn -
DOYLE CONNER TYPEWRITER? Come by The Dated this 14th day of to and subscribed before me 'inis 13th day ot January I97.and t hereby
I COMMISSIONERCULTURE OF AGRI- Office Shop and pick up some an ignorant man in January. A.D.. 1976 at Stark, Nome 1 Epos Notary Public cert fy that I lem not'an officer or rector of this bank
argument. E. March 10 ISiS
liquid or sheet cleaner for your Florida. My Commission plres
-Wlllla 0. McAdoo/ / Maroarel Crosby, Notary Public
Itchg 1/15 typeWriter 1,15 4tchg "/5 My C.m"on, he". Way II. 1979t'

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With/ Head StartIn EI
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Head Start Program, James jrfl j _
Robinson National Head .. ?

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CUBB personally Program Agency's January visiting(Head and all Start after the MOTORCYCLES FOR SALEFOR "'PERSONAL SERVICE t fOR RENT J JFOR I r: fOR SALE 1 o Cadillac BRASINGTON-Oldsmo'bile roSales


centers was very impressed D ... .......i .... ..... ,. .A Service .
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< .th the operation of the ::;- ":' I"' //CO. /Hull I// I : <
program( it was announced by SALE: Honda trail 70 cycle r: ( Cll s ,1:11: !'II (III)
Reverend John T. I lay men of excellent condition. Rebuilt! PRIVATE piano and voice In- r r: t..."/"". / I Itltl '.

Penney Farms! President of engine auto trans. 782.3420 struction. Bachelor of Music RENT: Furnished Duplex FOR SALE Real Facts ru>ilirgaiREALTY' 7001) N.W. 13 3785101GAINESVILLE
Education. Please call 533- Gas, and Yamaha
after 6 1/15 1/22 lights water fur
the CUBE Board of Directors. p.m. 2tr>
The national Head Start 2815. lip 1/15 nished. Inquire 603 E. Washington PORTABLE Electronic on Real I tf
Organ (}
i Ave. 1 Itp 1/15 Excellent con
Program has received a dition. Amplifier not in "
illation from Caspar Wein- HOUSES FOR SALEFOR cluded. $1000. Ph. 9646875 EstateCecelia .- r'\\
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MISCELLANEOUSWANT I FOR RENT: Furnished, 2 bed- tfpd By -
Department of Health. room duplex apt. on Kingsley t Mobile Home ParkIn
Kducatinn: and Welfare, in
recognition of "ten SALE: 3 BR, 2 Bath block Lake air condition, private City, Limits
years with LR, DR Den & garageon TO CONTACT Senior dock. Call 9645391. tfchg. Terwilleqar
outstanding service to more
- UNITED FARM AGENCY $30 Per
Mo.
than 5.3 million children and large lot at 1105 W. citizens who like to playbridge. -- IMC We try to make house hunting a pleasure. Just tell us

their families, of the opportunities Madison St. Call Freeman Call 964-5808 or write FOR RENT: 12' wide mobile' Reg.206 Real S. Water Estate St.Broker your needs and we will show only houses which meet Walk To New

provided by Register III 964-8771 or 964- John Miles Rt. 2, Box 57G, homes outside limits J.B. National your specifications. We don't pressure clients into buy Shopping Center

dedicated staffs volunteers, 5888. tfchg.. Starke. Itp 1/15 White. Ph 9646114. tfchg. Paul FaulknerBrokerIrene Advertising ing property. We want you to be completely satisfied.The .
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parents public servants and -- -- -- -- -- .3.- -- -- -- reverse Is true when we sell a house for you. Just ly
other citizens to enable these FOR SALE: 3 bedroom frame KEYSTONE INSPECTION FOR RENT: CHin's Subdivision Faulkner-Assoc.9645065 tell us the price you want and you can be assured that On 301 South'

children to reach their full house on 1 acre of land. Good STATION Now open 1/2 acre lots, $2500 per we will make every effort to locate a buyer for the

potential." condition. Haistens Drive, Monday to Friday 8 to 11 month. Water & Sewage property. Satisfaction for the buyer and seller is our Jolu Motel
Starke off W. Market Road. 3 bedroom. 1 bath fence
,
a.m. and noon to 5 p.m. furnished. For Information call
As a part of this national Box 719. 1/15 2tp 1/22 Saturday Sam. to noon Mark Olin Olin's Mobile carpet equipped kitchen, goal.Drop by or give us a call today. We will be happy to 964-8810

program. CUBB Head Start - - - Located on South Sunrise Homes Sales Hwy 100 W.. $15,500 answer questions about available properties in this
serves 1-U pre-school childrenin FOR SALE: Large house corner Blvd. off SR-100. 1/15 3tchg Starke. 964-5606 tfchg - area.

Clay. Union. Baker and of SR225! and US-301 in 1/29 - - 3 Bedroom. 2 bath, brick
Lawtey. 4 BR 2 bath 11 large carport, C/H/ ft air Priced to PREFERRED PROPERTIES
Bradford counties including - -- - COWBOY BOOTSFor
10 percent children requiring pecan trees. Contact M.M. LOSE WEIGHT safely and fas. sell. Good financing Wanted: Nearly new houses to sell! !

special services due to Jordan Police Chief Lawtey. with X-11 diet plan 300. r FOR SALE J JI I BABIES-GIRLS-
physical handicaps, and a 1tchg 1/15 Reduce excess fluids with X- : Spring fed creek on 20 good.acres fenced and cross BOYS-WOMEN EN
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program on education, social Pel $3.00, KOCH DRUGS. 1/8 fenced Large new barn Attractive nearly new
services and parent in- FOR SALE: By owner.:3: BR, 1 4/15 concrete block home with 3 bedrooms 2 baths central BELTSin
15tchq
volvement. Daniel Gibbs is bath house with CH/A. Large Floriland Realty heat and air and lots of built.ins -also carpeted. Cattle sizes 18 to 58
Mead Start closets Et storage. Pay equity FOR SALE: Three Durock feeder 393 N. Temple Ave. and farm equipment negotiable. Conveniently located.
Program Director
Mrs. ( is and assume loan or new loan. HELP pigs, l horse deluxe trailer 1 Furn House on V4 acre Near You would be proud to own this onel WESTERN SHIRTS
Mary Haves Special
Services Coordinator and 9647305. Up 1/15 t WANTEDMAID I mini 1919. bike Itp,1/15 1 year old. 468 Good fishing area. - INDIAN MOCCASINSat
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:Nathan' Stewart coordinates - Thirty or forty acres on Rd. 18 which could be used as a
IheKducation.; Social Services FOR SALE: By Owner. CB home 3 A. on Bessent Road. Other lots beautiful homesite and farm or developed. Access to CARRADINE'SLawtey

and Patent Involvement with CIA ft H. Large lot WANTED: Apply in FOR SALE: Snapped corn $115 in City for Sale. Hampton Lake is lust across the road...Convenient for
Florida
program. An Early: Periodic located In Keystone Heights person at Jo-Lu Motel tfchg per ton. J.R. Wainwright. Ph. - fishing, skiing and swimming. 782-340O

Xiieenmg Diagnosis) and area lake privileges. Low -- - .. -. 964-7835. 1/15 2tchg 1/22 House on 13th St., Jax.. Fla. --- 13tchq2' 12
Treatment program is down payment. Call 964-7757 HELP WANTED: LICENSED - - - - An attractive and comfortable new home is going up on
coordinated by Mrs. Sarah after 5 p.m 1/8 2tp 1/15 BROKER OR LICENSED FOR SALE: One year old 3/4 3 BR 1 Bath on Corner Lot. Colley Road. The price is also attractive and com
- horse. Myers well financed. lot has trees. This could beyours..and
".hlt.\ and utilizes donall'lt'rvll'l'll SALESMAN CAN YOU deep pump, Mostly fortablel! The corner pretty
Irom local doctors, SELL???? Your own full-time well adapter |jet, foot valve - if you see us now."you can select your Jimmy Moore'sSun

dentists and health agenciesin Franchise in Real Estate right and 30 gal. tank. Excellent New office space, mostly furnished interior and exterior colors tile, carpet, hardware & SportsMORE

1 visual, medical and dental PERSONALSERYICEALCOHOLICS in this area. And NO franchise condition. $150 4732589. Itp for rent. wallpaper.
! 1/15 - -- BOAT FOR
, screeningand follow up for I the charge. National Company -
' children. established in 1900 largest in - - - If you own property outside of Tastefully furnished 1972 Dolphin MH with 3 BR 2 B. YOUR MONEY TF

A Head Start Policy Council its field. All advertising, all GARAGE SALE: 838 N. Temple county Et want to sell See Us. central heal 2300 BTU AC completely fenced well STARKE PH 964.5791

made up of parents of Head ANONYMOUS: signs, forms supplies fur Ave. Furniture antique piano, VERNIE. ODOM landscaped lot 101 x 199, 2 metal outbuildings washer,
Start children sets the policies 114 Christian Street Starke. nished. Professional Trainingand electric organ lawn mower Reg. Broker freezer garden tiller all for $14,500. COMPLETE OUTBOARD &

of I lie program and overall Fla. Thursdays and Sundays. Instruction given for rapid misc.. shop items. Ph. 964- 964-5476 964 7700 - STERN DRIVE SERVICE

operation I of CURB: Agency is 8 p.m. Call 964-5709.9645434 development from Start to 6132. lip 1/15 Former filling station in Lawtey which could be used AND REPAIR
or 9646894. 1/1 11tp 3/5 - - - for antique shop fresh fruit & vegetable stand body
guided by a (board of directors 9ucce$$. Nationwide advertising COMPLETE FIBERGLASS
made up of representativesIrom -. - -- brings Buyers from FOR SALE: 2 male Yorkshire Large frame house excellent shop or you name it. Low down payment. REPAIR
low income, private Everywhere. Can you qualify terrier puppies, 9 wks. old. condition, central H/A, 3 bedroom -- CUSTOM BUILT FIBER
civic and social I services NOW OPEN: Sonlight. Mission You must have initiative. AKC registered 4732471. 1tp 2 bath carport corner Wanted: House in the country with some acreage GLASS FISHING BOATS

agencies public' agencies, and Variety Store at 341 N. excellent character (bondable 1/15 lot, in city.
local government Credit for Temple Ave. If you are in needof ), sales ability be financially - -- - Cecelia T. Terwillegar./ Reg. Real Estate Broker
the success III'' t the Cl'BB Head clothing, etc. come see us. responsible. Commis FOR SALE: 15 acres of land Frame 2 BR house 1 bath on 1 206 \- -_- SI
West
Start Program is due in large We'll try and help you. tfchg. sion-volume opportunity forman 301 Underwood North Motel 1/15 Highway acre. Bayless Hwy. Area. I OFFICE Madison PHONE Avenue 944-7774 Starke Florida I I W ell Drilling I
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SONLIGHT MISSION: Christian - - - 3 6 4 N/W of
Imdies "( relit is also that can sell. Information to acres clear mi 6" ,
duo" said! Reverend I 1I..I\'mulI. book store at 321 N. Temple without obligation. W.J. FOR SALE: Apaloosa gelding Starke.! 2" Thru

Cl(KB Hoard President "to Me. now opBn with' limited Smith Manager STROUt horse real gentle good with - ACRES NEAR Fast Rotary ,

Die dedicated and inspired stock. Many sets of encyclopedias REALTY, INC. P.O. Box 894 child or woman 900 Ibs. 964- 3 BR 2 bath CB dwg. on extra Long Champ KEYSTONE HEIGHTS

efforts! .nf' the ProgramHiroitor. on special sale for A. Casselberry, Fl. 32707 7265. Itp 1/15 large cor. lot in City. W/swim $7500 $200 00 down, Drilling Equipment .

l Daniel (iibbs; ; to clearance Scofield Bible specials 1/15 4tchg 2/5 - - - ming pool central heat & air Home and $75 14 per month State Licensed .

volunlccis. and to every also many many ser _ _ n YARD SALE: Miscellaneous conditioning. BuildingMaterials
member .uf the stall of the mon booklets distributed freeto household items, clothing ft - 3 BR 2 Bath home near Keystone
Mead Mart Program everyone tfchg toys. Sat. Jan. 17 from 9 to 4. 1 Et 2 acres mobile home sites, ready for occupancy :
- AUTOMOBILES 798 W.,Pratt Street. 1t 1/15 N W. of Starke Terms. I Pumps I

HOUSES Et TRAILERS pressure USEDFOR - - - -WE BUILD 3 BR, 2 Bath Den or office brick

Cern lilies. (:.Ia"' ''c'!*! washed with chemicals. Wash FOR SALE 1 acre homesites/ 3 BR Frame'house 1 bath, 10 "YOUR PLANS OR OURS home nice neighborhood ,
away dirt and mildew Guar Crosby Lake Estates. 2 mi. W. acres land on paved road Sev YOUR LOT OR OURS" $29.000 good financing New & Used
anteed. Ph. 4732213. SALE: 4 aluminum slotted eral available .
out
To ICt''oIlIllC' Jun. 26 tfchg. buildings.
of
.- wheels 15" x 7" wide for Starke on RD 100. Owner L-FREE ESTIMATES-* Sales- PansService
financed, 964-6488, tfchg
The Slarke Recreation Chev. or Pontiac with LR 70 3 BR. 2 Bath CB dwelling in REMODELING REPAIRS E-Z
POSITION DESIRED - - Terms
will resume its : Young radial tires mounted and city ADDITIONS LK Edwards III & Assoc Inc
Derailment J8 will live FOR SALE
woman, in and care : 429 acres 2
Ceiamic Classes beginning for elderly 4681316. tfchg balanced. Less than 700 miles. bedroom house HOMES BOUGHT 473 2269
in Roberts Jr.
country George
:Hood' night. January 1 :2! - - - REG REAL
IeIpm'('he I'UIl1 will olfer just 1 1mH' TV REPAIRS & SERVICE: Also FOR SALE: 1966 Plymouth 2 years Other improvements f {ACREAGE FOR SALE) ION VU./: ,AlcdiiimmiMl; )
night pro class and one used TV for sa'e' $29 95 and Baracuda 273 V/8, new motor paved road Ph. 964-8436. 1/8 9647826 964.6853 Office/ Shop ;x'iii. //I pills New Installation

:Monday' up Used furniture and appliances w/35 miles, needs transmis- 4tp 1/22---- cdc/i/ $1 .SO per do:enU .
morning session. Plumbing and bath- sion work, otherwise - Hwy 301 S Starke TF hen IXIVI'MK. ; / do:. each
night and tl'it nesLiy 11101"I1lI1g good Remodeling
room fixtures' Wood stoves condition $250. Hwy. 301 FOR SALE: Mobile Home Parts di>:en roots $1.6:; I>u\" 12
!\1 l a m -noon
:Mrs Lillie Ann ..I..hnsIill. kerosene, gas BARGAIN and electric CENTER South 2Yi miles from Starks and supplies. OLIN'S MOBILE 10 ACRES c//":",, mid/ the I"/CP'/ ; erdozen Repairs
THF.
heaters.
cniilimulo conduct I the (Woodland Acres) or 964- HOME SALES. Hwy. 100 W. MULTIPLELISTINGS 'is $1 I .50. fuv, our
classes :J01! South. tfchg 8252. tip 1/15 Starke. 964 5606. tfchg. 10 Minutes From ;penS and save "I ,he Office
- - i/ic.fi/ /115 \\'. Call SI. I r Durrance\\
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Keystone Heights Starke. J'In. 'W>l -- I'hnne
AVON CALLING: To buv or sell FOR SALE: 1969 Dodge 10 x 20 PATIO COVER: Installed

Tn'ldt..l'uu" shn.ils around Avon. Cdll 755-2807 or write Monaco, 4 door hardtop $185 00 uninstaller $140 00 $1,750 Per Acre FOR RENT 4 Bedroom. $200 !IH 1.6303. Pumps & Supply

I'.Ipt' I'"d l li.ue taken mole Loma Clyatt P.O. Box 220 A/C P/B. P/S. One owner. Gator Mobile Home Service. per month.

than ::!.uo5l ships. :NationalDespite Lake City. Florida. tfchg. Very good condition. M.A. :372-9767. tfchg $159
Per Mo. Company
2 BR 4 $6.500
- - Payne. 964 6560 after 5 acres
.. p.m. LELECTROLUXJ
(lt'U; I'.lphll' .IS - - - :

-- HELP FOR YOURSELFLUZIER Itchg- -115FOIl .- - - TOP SOIL FILL DIRT: 6 days a NO LOW LAND Handyman special $;.500 864 N. Temple Ave.
COSMETICS has the answer Sales Service Supplies
\ I brt i rlh control for women who need extra 8U.KJ: IWW! CJMC; V-6. week dozer work and wfivr KMK\I.; Starke
campaigns. India has t 15: money. Call Louise Stern long/ wheel base Standard. Star dragline Rt. work. Call 468 1873. m'1."c.: 4 BR. 2 lots $10.500 BOB MILNER 964 7604 I I

million .iilititinn.il, innulhs to 964 5616 Division of Clairol Call '941-1-11723.:!: lip \12:1: : Hampton. STEPHEN n"Ji..I"If'lIlIl'ukl'l'1.liK.IIK.: l 2BR. 1 acre $7,500 964.7061 TF
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SMITH LANDFILL tfchg 'I o .JI. L... _ 1Olin's
Uvd ever \('.u', :National 118 3tchg 1/22 : :!:\ .\11\ time -
lieogiaplnc, ) sa.vsl.ssKIH. - - K\; '/lilll:" ( till: 2 Bedroom, 2 acres $16.500

FOR SALE: 12x64 Artcraft Art Pau'av17't44'tn
BILL'S SAW SHOP: Complete t fOR RENT mobile home, partially furnished :!( '' 2 BR lakefront $22,000Off
circular, SubdivisionI
sharpening service
< | : ) \II| II \TF.SHisilliui : or unfurnished.
hand, carbide chain mower Washer dryer air, concrete SR-100 3 BR $22.000

I for insci' Stilllui blade hollow ground and steps $4.300. 964 8341 or Mr. I
balanced. Leave at Jackson FOR RENT Unfurnished 3 bedroom Milton 964 8673 3 BR 2 acres $24.500Southgate I
m
.daxnun' pi e riling/ Building Supply Starke or house 9646841. Itchg tfchg-- I I II ri1
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I linrsil.iv\ liffiH-e piililitMliiiiiMiiiiiniiin Keystone Heights tfchg 3 BR $26.000

FOR RENT: 3 bedroom trailer WATSON'SHOUSEOFVACUUMS c7I/Gat c &"'r5G"-
( h.iigrS.'INII 10 x 20 PATIO COVERS Homes with expando. 964 8253 or Lawtey 3 BR brick $31.000 I
l'oc, l" \\ llslI REAL ESTATE
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and mobile homes. $180 8850. 1/15
964 Itchg e.
Ellt I : I li wiedasCr15 I installed. $140 umnstalled. - -. - Many brands of new vacuums. a-,1.. v. .. Keystone 3 BR brick $44000: [ .. ..: _;o.'I. '-.L:. ""
liuriitsMl GATOR MOBILE HOME RENT New furnished, 2 Used machines available.
FOR :
SERVICE CO. Ph. 3729767, bedroom apt. Central H/A. Expert Repairs all makes. Large 3 B R 2 Bath frame home Hampton I', acres $9,200 I Acre Lots t For Rent I *25' Per Mo. J Water 8
l.issiheil Xils iniisl lu Furnished
Gainesville tfchg Ted Oglesby. 9645240 after Parts and Accessories for all $12,000 terms. Sewage
id I lor illl..It..I.I1I1." .less von Built in central
ll.i vacuums. - Lawtey 2.75 acres $9.500
- 530pm.: Itp 1/15 Call Mark Olin 964-5606 Hwy 16 8 Morgan Rd. 1t
li.it p an ti.lhll.llcd l acconnl vacuum cleaning systems. 712 3 BR 1 Bath frame cent heat/
SEWING: Alterations tailoring - - -
with the 'IrkH'-.ipli. in Ih.il A/C N. Main Gainesville 376-7110. air fenced cor lot $15,000 Lawtey 4.4 acres $9.500
dress making button holes, FOR RENT: 2 bedroom /
I'Vrnl ;'ill t-iMils. <>MI'11 charge tf _
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mending and mobile home on nice shady
ll hilling.. N.ii l i.II.JUI1..ihl. for zippers sewingof - - - 2 canal lots. $3.300 DAILY
| all kinds 9648432. lip lit 964-8029 after 5pm. lip 2 BR frame stove Et ref. in et'5PUBLIC: p
error II hen given over thephone MS 1/15 SONLIGHT MISSION TRUCK country 13000. terms 4 canal lots $7,800 rl CONSIGNMENT
(, or when copy i| is not will pick - a
- - - - - up any unneeded
typed mill brought in the I of-. FREE bedroom home privileges FOR RENT: Furnished apts. articles, Mon., Wed., Fri. Call 2 BR 1 :bath: frame, carpeted 5 to 6 acre tracts on the Santa Fe 4f

finAMERICAN-. female of any age for company complete. Underwood Motel 964 8618 day or night. tfchg stove 6 ref. $7,500 or two for River $2.000'acre

Can work out .if desires. Highway 301 North of Starke. - - - $14,000 total. .
acre MH terms $5,000
9647571. .Itp 1/15/ lip 1/15-- FOR SALE: By owner, 3 BR. 28 3 BR 2 bath- -masonary- $26.000 SATURDAY, JANUARY 17 -10 a.m.
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brick home double carport, 7 acres in town $18000
fOR HOME REMODELING AND FOR RENT: Furnished 2 bed- partially carpeted, drapes. 3 - -
t SALE J
Mature 3 BR alum, siding 9500. AUCTIONS 3rd SAT. EVERY MONTHWe
house. couple
REPAIR: Master electrician room blocks from school. Ph. 473- 10 acres, Theresa $12,500
plumber & carpenter preferred, no pets. 9645417. 2039 after 5 p.m and week - -
2 BR frame $8,400 terms. ere Now Accepting
Up 1/15 ends tfchg. 10
Reasonable rates. 964-8037. Lawtey acres $11,000
FAMILY SOUND: - - - Equipment For Our
1/14tp - - - January Sale
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Sales service, installation. 1,2 Acres 2500. .
Peetsville 11
- - **.I 1 I I I IBIIKII90IIBI1IIIIIIIIII4 f I I. acres $10000 Call Us About
stereos, phono. reel-reel - Bringing In Your
tapes cassetes. radios. Work MOBILE HOME MOVING: Also DIRT 8,71 acres in city 15500. Garage business with house on ,
FILL Farm Industrial & Construction Equipment \
guaranteed. 155-A West Call. mobile home hurricane an- - US-301
964 7329. trchg. chonng and mobile home roof y> 7.2 acres in Lawtey $2,000 Acre. of All Kinds Now. ;
din's MOBILE 700 foot highway 301 frontage
Home
coating - -
Soil W
Service 9645606. St. Rd Top : 12 acres, fenced, well pole & US.301. 21 acres, terms Bring Your Equipment to the Market Place '

16W ft Jet. 233 Starke Fla. Fill flirt : septic tank $15,000. terms. $35,000

tfchg - CONVERT SURPLUS EQUIPMENT TO CASH
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t MOTORCYCLES ] Farm 440 acres, $700 per acre. t
-- - See us for Nobel Homes on your
SEWING MACHINES repaired 468-1873 : tot We have all other type NgEO N. E. FLORIDA EQUIPMENT eOvD_
listed. Come and UG
in
properties *
all makes cleaned, oiled and I, AUCTION:
'SUZUKI OF STARKE: Your adustjd| 7. Work guaranteed STEPHEN SMITHSTAR : LAWTEr fit.78238O6. !see us.

authorized Suzuki Dealer. James Strickland FRED SACKETT-REALTOR U. S. 17 North Green Cove Springs

Phone 964 6020. 304 East Call comer Morgan Road & Hay ROUTE HAMPTON FLA. : __ ., .. ........ .,. 205 N. Temple(US-301)) JAX. 282.4389
Street tfchg. 16. tfchg 9049646522.,468-1642 /qnAiooA.sQyT.
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I City Must Cut Expenses Or Increase Income didn't City know<(

&/ ... Clerk Edwards just minutes to
pointed out also that the city is work out the pay raise figure
cial statement broken down But there
that if the approval. was no
the hauls to the amount of
Four months into the budget Jan. garbage city gas pur-
Tuesday night
coming selling commercial current He did it again after the meet-
departments. Councilman firm commitment to that. The
chased by
and out at Measures county land fill on SR-100 near Increases with warm
flowing 20. informally
year money over 2,000 KW month to ing and came up with substan-
weather as it always does. Jackson said that many items council has set the rule sev- per
the Heights.
a high rate, Starke city agreed on are: Keystone each at two cents tially the same figure Edwards
user
Fuel oil are in the red. The council did eral times in past meetingsbut per
prices have also
-To borrow some $50,000
council met Tuesday night in a -To see if the county will less than the said.Edwards.
special four hour session to allow the city to forgo its from the Florida Bank at risen 005 cents per gallon, to not go over expenses in each it has never been adhered KW 2.6 cents KW approximate it costs simply added
Starke to for the new 32.26 cents per gallon this department, item by item, per up
find ways to make ends of the $3,500 annual payment to pay to.Silcox the city to produce a kilowattat the total salaries the city
pays
however.It for
month the clerk pushed a com-
truck on order told the coun-
million $38,300 garbage
$2.3 budget meet retire the US-301 four-laning
No final decisions were road bonds Clerk Edwardswas and for the land the city has cil at the outset of the meet did go over item by item, plete breakdown of expensesby the city power plant. fulltime employees that took three
of ;
made but the discussion instructed to write county paid $500 down on, owing ing. A lengthy discussion centered the city's sources of revenue. derartment. saying the The city also sells residential figure, and divided$500,000-plus by two to
ranged wide and far about the clerk Gib Brown about the $10,000, on Washington and around increasing the Based on projections from the supplied with electricity over 100 KW at the for the half
city's financial problems. At possibility of the city gettingout Orange Streets to enlarge the city's present 45 percent sur- first three months, it appears that now. If there was such a 2.25 cents per KW. get Williams$8,055 was skeptical.year"Idon't
that point the council was unwilling of that agreement. city work yard. charge on electric usage to that money is coming in aboutas monthly financial statement,
Charles Schaefer make up the $62,0(10( and the Is budgeted. Clerk Edwards broken down by department, see how you came up
to do any hard cutting, -To see if the city can get by Mayor Currently the city would with a figure so quickly. I
such as employees or serf without paying $5,000 to the also suggested putting a new price increase warned, however that if the council members could have to pay Florida Power & don't believe know whatyou're
vices, but looked more at county mosquito control program freeze on half of the federal Estimates are that the city's departmental expenditures glance at it and tell where the Light just over 2.1 cents per you"
funds the surcharge is falling some continue at the present rate city is, Silcox said. The way voting on.
wavs to increase income The money goes to the revenue sharing city KW to supply current.
...
There was an informal county mosquito control has accrued, which comes to $34,000 per month behind in there will be many red figures councilmen arrived at the
agreement to vote on the suggested and is matched by state program $38,500, but there was no clear making up the increased fuel showing by the end of the bud- three month expenditures Jackson said he sees no alternative Brooker Council
measures at the next funds. The mosquito control agreement on that move, costs. That means that get year. Tuesday night was to ask but to go down the
regular meeting come this program pays for covering the although it is a possibility. amount is coming out of what During discussions Clerk Edwards who looked budget line by line and cut, or Lacks QuorumThe
Major worry of the council would be profit to the power Councilman Silcox favored the expenditures by account raise rates.
Tuesday night Is the word plant, Mayor Schaefer, who is borrowing the $50,000, callingit number on the master ledger regular meeting'of the i
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9c Extra Clean from Clerk Edwards that fuel also chairman of the Utilities foolish to spend that much cards."I "We talk about cutting expenditures Brooker City Council was
oil costs by year's end will Committee, stated several out of a tight budget. Councilman don't have enough on the then we don't do postponed Tuesday night due
AUTO :; amount to $62,000 more than times. Warren pointed out thatif ball to figure this out In it when" the opportunityarises to lack of a quorum.
cuauu the o6,000 budgeted. There was no agreement to the garbage truck is financed spare hours," Silcox said Jackson said. Only one councilman and
: :. increase the surcharge now, it will get the city budgetin referring to the budget "If there Is any possible way theCity Clerk were on hand at I
SALES Based on three months of the scheduled time.
however. trouble next when estimated, which shows meeting
year pay
do shoulddo
U to it by i cutting we
fuel oil purchases, October, The council also discussed, backs begin. amount budgeted in 1974 and Joyce Castlen said she
said Councilman
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a 413-4470 & 413-4018 EDg November, and December, but took no action on, Councilman "Next year things might 1975, but no actual expend "If we can't there is no Epps alter understood there was some f
Clerk Edwards estimates the Joe Warren's sugges- look brighter," Mayor Schae- tures. native. But first we should cut illness among the council
a city will spend$668,156 on fuel fer stated. members, and she would haveto
14 Chew. 14 Mazda tions on increasing service The discussion Tuesday out the fat. We should have
oil for the power plant. These charges in the Gas Depart "What if they don't" Jack night was fruitful Council- contact Chairman Carl
.. CaprIce Crass 4 Dr Elec! RX3 Rotary ;I;" three months are low use ment Some action may be son asked. man Joe Warren said, "but we done that in September. Edwards about reschedulingthe
:::c Windows CrUlee Con Seat s Tll Door, wn pocks 13000 Miles Like New _Ie months for the electric sys- taken this coming Tuesday Silcox maintained that the missed the boat. I'm sure "I prefer to cut," Epps said meeting.
tem, the clerk pointed out, and night, the indication was. growth of the city will in- we'll have to increase the
$339 $2500 the overage may be more than Other board members took crease revenue next year income." -----------
Warren's suggestions more pointing to the increased "Now that's where we need
a:: seriously Tuesday night. Gas utility hook ups which went some revenue," Warren said WayneDQO I IIYtJ Douglas
13 Monte Carlo 13 Gran Prix nr Pecan YieldReduced Supt. Vernon White said into effect Jan. 1. of the suggestion to increasethe
Starke's gas service chargesare Mayor Schaefer also called surcharge.
Sharp Real Clean Silver d Burgandy a: By "a bargain." for a $25 spending limit with- "That's where the secret Q$ lJU:00UGJIB
Looking at a monthly finan- out department committee lies," Schaefer agreed. He
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