Bradford County telegraph
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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 22, 1976
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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!l71h Year STARKE,. FLORID/\ 15("enls
271h Issue Thursday,January 22, 1976 Copy


County Shows .

11 % Growth City Told It Had Better ReverseIn

County PopulationBradford has shownan centage gains than Bradford. Stand On SR-IOO Apartments I

11 per cent growth since the Union gained an estimated 29
last census in 1970, according percent, from 8,112 in 1970, to ,
to projections by the Florida 10,395 at present; Clay gained -
Department of Ad approximately 48 per cent, 1.

ministration.The from 32,059 to 47,706; "You are in violation of public law. Regardless what you feel
census of 1970 showed a Alachua's projection showed. about the apartment project looking at the number of utility
population of 14,625.; the 1975 an increase of 25 per cent, users affected by the 201 Plan, you must reconsider and withdraw -
projection was 15,736; and the from 104,764 to 130,838 in the ." City Attorney George Pierce told the Starke City
current projection, 16,265.The five-year period, '$ Council
figures showed an increase of rt1{ Picrte's comments pointed to the council's October 1975 decision -
1,471 during the past year. to refuse to provide utilities to a $700.01)0) apartment complex
Figures released by the 2 Netted proposed to be built on SIMOO just west of Starke. Action on
Florida Department of Ad- the Tuesday night recommendation was tabled until the Feb 3
ministration mean increased 4 r rr council meeting.
revenue for the county in rr A letter from the Depart offered a tentative agreementto

several areas, including state In ment of Environmental Regulation the builders to provide
and federal revenue sharing T S Oct. 31 told the council it water and sewer service to the
funds, the salaries of county / could lose nearly $2 million in area until it was officially
officials, expenditures for r w i federal grant monies throughits annexed to the city. Oppo-
mental health programs, : October decision. Reversalof nents of the apartments then
county farm forester: and ( his "wait and see what they blasted city fathers for acting
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others. It also means that it : do" policy came after a personal hastily.
will cost the county and city Two men were arrested last with the In early October, the North
more for membership in the week for the Jan 5 robbery of author of the letter, G. Doug Central Florida Regional

Regional Planning Council, the Hampton Zippy Mart on -y Dutton of EPA, Pierce said. (See Page( II
since this is based on a per south US-301, including the o//
capita charge storekeeper who reported the The federal funding
Bradford Zoning Director theft. already partly spent, was
L.M. Gaines said the new Jesse C Gray, 25, of Waldo, v allocated to revamp the city's HamptonRecords

population figure came very was arrested Wednesday, 4 I "6 y ( r sewer system in compliance
close to the one he came up Jan. 14, and charged with x tq t t4, : with federal law. Failure to
with by multiplying the grand larceny following In- 4 I live up to the 201 Plan
number of power hookups in vestigation of his report that developed for this purpose
the county by a factor of 2.8. two armed robbers forced him could not only affect the grant
representing the national to turn over the 24.hour store's money, but could also jeopardize -
average of persons living in a night receipts and took the state and federal revenue ProbedFinancial
household.. Gaines' figure safe. sharing received by the city.
came to 16,158. Investigation of the robberyled Pierce said records and

Other neighboring growth to the arrest of the em- The proposed apartment council meeting minutes of
rates showed higher percihe ployee rather than proving out complex fell within the ser the City of Hampton were sub
the story, according to Bradford vice boundaries prescribed in poenaed Jan 14 in an investigation I-
Sheriff's Deputy John the city's nearly-completed by the state attorney's
J uI1U18 trierJ Dempsey. A 201 Facilities Plan. office concerning complaintson
Jackson Thomas Brooks, 19
.w rr.,+a 3Y f+4 u.2'1y'BMS'Sti "They won't give you a city
of Hampton, was picked Clerk Lee
up deadline They'll just cut you City Mary Allen
Saturday afternoon on grand off," Pierce said.Mayor appeared as requested with
larceny charge after being AllA'sBradford .... _'-,', Commissioner the records and city'attorney
implicated by the first arrest, ,Earn Charles Schaefer" echoed feel- Richard Welty on Monday.
Dempsey said. Jan. 19.Welty.
ings that if one federal grant
The stolen safe was recovered Middle School students earning all A'f during the Third row Debbie Parmenter, Kelly Slade, Tina Kalliff. was cut off, all support couldbe explained that the
in the woods near second six weeks grading period Include, l-r:' Mary Catherine Haiti, Gwendolyn Keith, Lori Chambers and lost. State Attorney's office informed -
Brooker beside the Santa Fe Front row Terri Massey, Teresa Harley, Melissa Mayo, Tina Best. "Are we in jeoparty whe- him that a complainthad
River, but there will probablybe Karen halts Trade Smith and Paltl Chesser. Back row Joyce Thorpe, Elizabeth Yawn, Pamela L'n- ther the apartments or been filed about a possible
no recovery of the more Second row-Sherra Molt, Laura Oehler, Denise Hider and derhill and Teresa Knepper. not?" asked councilman go up Vernon violation] of the Sunshine Law.
than $1.000 taken from the Parado. The
Randy Silcox Pierce said complaint stems from an
store, Dempsey said yes. alleged m..ellnof/<( three city
4. One of two !guns taken from The DER was not out to hurt council members at the homeof

Friday, Jan 23 the store, a .22 revolver, has Trustees Fail In Effort the city, said city engineerDon Councilman Eugene Taylor
been recovered and the Hospital Ruckman. The agency with Taylor, Council Chairman
Annual second a 38 Derringer, worked hard to get a priority Ted Curtis Sr., and
STOCKHOLDERSMEETING remains in custody of the grant offer for Starke when Councilman Hank Lott on
Georgia Highway Patrol, other cities in the state were Sunday evening Jan, 11.
of which arrested Brooks in a turned down, and merely
The said have
To Trim Room CostsA meeting is to
CommunityState speed trap Friday and Emergency wanted to keep the grant safe. occurred alter an mcidl'ntinvol'in
BankAt charged him with carrying a Curtis' and
federal funds son
concealed Seeking to
Banking.House The two men have been move to save $864 per 31 percent of the billing coldents who consider it to be a emergency room for treat- expand its utility system the Hampton Marshal Ralph
7p.m.Friday "
Jan. 23 released on $2,000 surety week in emergency room lected by the hospital. free outpatient clinic. ment. Shuford said. city agreed to extend utility Green who allegedly fired
bond. expenses at Bradford County Chairman George Shuford "Many people seem to wait Shuford recommended to service to users within a 6.000()(( two warning( shots at young/
Sunday, Jan 25 In other police action this Hospital has failed with memo said emergency room oper- until doctor's offices close Edmondson that the hospital to 8.000( ) foot radius of the city Cuitison the alternoon of Jan,
weekTwo: bers of the hospital staff unwilling ation is being abused by restand then go to the hospital ao I II providing the user is willing to II.
LIBRARYOPEN persons were arrested to serve on night emergency pay the cost of running the Young Curtis was charged/
HOUSE Saturday for shoplifting at the duty unless they are water, sewer or electric lines, with 1x'1RWOL from the
and Eagle Army-Navy store on plus an impact fee. National Guard and Marshall
Madison Street Mary Aiken, paidHad Davis Sabis, and Nadau of Green apparently was tryingto /
DEDICATION2.5p.m, 25, of Waldo, was arrested for the local doctors been 3 Bradford Men ArrestedAs Gainesville developers of the pick young/<( Curtis up for
willing to serve one night Orlando authorities of the
petty larceny about I p.m and per proposed SR-loo() ) apartment
Public is Invited Wilbur Joe Thomas, 64. of week the hospital could have complex which has been !National; Guard when the

Starke was taken into custodyon gotten by without paying out opposed by residents in the shooting occurred
Monday, Jan. II the same charge about 2 of town doctors for night dutyat Part Of Car Theft RingThree area who fear the apartments Chairman Curtis filed
the hospital. Administrator charges against :Marshal
p.m. Saturday. Both have would turn into a ghetto area,
DYAL CEMETERY been released on $500 bond. R.D. Edmondson said he have agreed to pay both the Green to be presented to the
ASSOC. MEETING also doesn't blame the local physicians cost of extending utilities to Council at the Jan. 1:1: meeting.
County Comm. RoomCourthous -A juvenile was Bradford Jr., and John Phillip Daniels, with transactions between
County men
arrested Saturday for break- for being unwilling to the complex plus the impact but Mayor Arthur Bruno postponed -
and the home of serve without compensation were arrested as part of a 12- both of Birmingham were March and July 1974 fee. the hearing after Welty
12.30pm. ing entering especially after they would man car-theft ring on Tues also named in the indictmentbut Assistant U.S. Attorney informed him that under City
In from
Joe Davis west of Starke to
Billy Road. The already have worked all dayat day, Jan 20, that has been according to the Jacksonville Charles R. Lembcke, at a Councilman answer Joe questions Warren ordinance the Mayor servesas
Brownlee 14- ,
A.A. WOMEN'S near their practice. broken up by the FBI involving off ice of the FBI they had press conference on Tuesdayin Judge
taken Ruckman further stated that
GROUP year-old boy was into a number of vehicles from not been arrested at the time Jacksonville, indicated that Bruno refused to suspend
Every Monday custody following investigation Edmondson therefore, Alabama. the Telegraph went to press. the cars were among a large the government could not only Green and asked that written
make the the
afternoon at I p.m. by Sheriff's Deputy Steve recommended continuing the number that were stolen, city complete 201 the
charges! be presented at
Jan. break-in Noonan Moab 46 treatment with
Backus of the 8 Bradley. sewage plan
114 Christian St. room service at is also of them from an
Foreman charged in many agency
emergency which
of the
time hearing, is
which resulted in the loss of a and Carl Lawrence Brown, 54, its own money, the city couldbe
For informationand BCH as it presently is indictment, with operated in Birmingham by
a separate set for Tuesday. Jan. 27.
of Starke John Howard
transportationcall small amount of money operated, with the out of town Bates of plus interstate transportation of (,rten Bay Packer Football charged up to $25.000 a day That session was in doubt as
9646642or The: Local Fuzz doctors being paid 104 hours arrested by Lawtey the FBI were with two stolen cars in December Coach Bart Starr. until it completed the project. the Telegraph went to press.
44-74l week, or $864. The hospital Arthur F" !Nehrbass. special
per assistance from of 1974 Warren suggested striking a The Council instructed Weltyto
Growing Beards Board of Trustees approved the Bradford County deputies Sehnff's The indictment charges agent in charge of the FBI bargain with the owners of the draw up suspension papersfor
POULTRY FARMERS Starke Police Chief Jimmy Edmondson's recommendation Department.The arrests were Daniels and Roberson office in Jacksonville, said the property putting deed restrictions Marshal Green and they
MEETING Bowen has announced he has after meeting Jan. 15 and based on a 16-count indict "caused" the cars to be trans- cars had a total value of over against apartments into were presented to !Mayor
Sponsored by granted members of his again Monday, Jan. 19 to discuss ment returned by a federal ported over states lines and $75.000( any bill of sale, although councilmen Bruno to sign and present to
Health Dept. and department permission to what to do about overdue grand jury in Jacksonville that the others, except Fore- All the Florida defendants assured him that since the !Marshal, but Welty con-
Ag. Dept. for grow beards or mustaches to bills. Friday, Jan. 16. man, aided and abetted in appeared before U.S. Magis- the property was rezoned firmed that the Mayor has
fly control help celebrate this country's200th Others charged in the receiving, concealing, storing, trate Harvey E. Schlesinger from single family residentialto refused to sign and issue the
The doctors, at a meeting case
7:30 of the who released them $10,000
cars on
p.m selling or disposing multiple family residentiallast suspension papers.
birthday in 1976. include
Joseph Dewey
Ag. Building The prior to the regular monthly after they were brought to signature bonds except for year, deed restrictions Welty also confirmed that
permission grantedfor
was Donald
asked the trustees if man Berry-
Conference Room meeting, Carey Florida Boals whose bond was postedby would
not be effective. the state attorney's office is
the men to wear the beards something could not be done man Louis Jackson Newman,
and mustaches through July 4 Norman his father as surety The county commissionvoted conducting an investigationinto
Tuesday, Jan. V about collections in the emergency Eugene The charges, going back to All cars have been recov-
of this which is the coun Donald Aug. 25 to approve re- a complaint that Chair
year Henry Clay Foreman.
try's 200th birthday. Everett Boals Kenneth 1974, are concerned with eight ered according to the press zoning of) the 15-acre tract man Curtis and CouncilmanBuck
BC ZONING BOARD Bowen himself has started reported billing late-model cars stolen in release issued by A entNehrbass. against the wishes of area Dennison have allegedly
7:30p: .m. a mustache but the emergency room costs of Starling Jones, all of Jackson Birmingham and brought to Several of them residents protesting construction drawn salaries while doing
County Courthouse growing $32,871 for the period between ville. Florida for sale All but one of were recovered in 1974 in of the apartments. some work for the City of
chief that's as far as he's
says and December with
going. July only Noble Cleveland Roberson, the defendants are charged Bradford County The city at that time had Hampton
Thursday. Jan. 29 -- --- .. ""

COMMERCE CHAMBER BANQUET OF Rep. Don Tucker To Speak At Chamber Banquet Jan 29Starke r"

7i11p: .m.
Country Club Recently re-elected Speakerof ), who was instrumental time since 1917 a Speaker has environmental protection Supreme Court, after a select duced and passed into law ylar
$6 per person the Florida House of Representatives in bringing Tucker to the been so honored. agencies. committee he appointed had Chapter 73-524, the first law of
Don Tucker will be Following the 1975 session, He also was instrumental in concluded its investigation of its kind to designate a fresh .
BHS FOOTBALL the highlight speaker at the Tucker displays qualities of Tucker was applauded by bringing about House ratification misconduct. water lake as an aquatic pre
BANQUET annual Starke Bradford leadership and is honest about House members for his firm of the Equal Rights Since being elected in 1966 serve protecting Lake Jack
7i30p: .m.National County Chamber of Com where he stands on issues but fair administration of Amendment, approval of the Tucker has served six' yearsas son near Tallahassee. Florida
Guard merce.banquet at the country coming before the House, House debate and for his efforts needed Housing Finance Chairman of a House Trend Magazine, in one of Its
Armory club Williams added. to bring all major Issuesto Agency package and a Constitutional Committee He has authored a issues said, "The passage of
SI.50 members Reservations for the dinner. the floor.Tucker's. amendment limiting long list of landmark legislation this legislation would be a
12.30 non-members meeting scheduled for Thurs- Cabinet members to two and has been at the centerof model for preserving all our
Cowrfny Of dayJan, at 7:13: p.m. must Tucker (D-Tallahassee) efforts were essential terms. the first for major reformsof state's fresh water lakes."
be obtained by noon Monday, was re-elected for a rare to passage of major ethics From the podium he Florida laws.Representative.
iIr:!; (dommuniti) Jan.26, at the Chamber office. second term at a caucus of legislation by the 1975 House, directed a fair and dignified Tucker in He is married to the former C
#;lale Sank "Tucker has done an excellent Democratic members of the to reorganization of the House impeachment proceeding 1973 sponsored and passed Donna Kay Basford of Hanni-
job as speaker and is fair House by a vote of 56-29 over Department of Health and Re- on State Treasurer Insurance into law Chapter 73-21. the Ageof bel, Missouri and they have
Acc......N.w i.w.4 Up and sincere," commented Rep. James L. Redman (/D- habilitative Services, and to Commissioner Thomas Majority Bill }lowering the three sons, Donnie, Richardand

...w.w.wr.Wra ...'".u'\M'' _':.''' Rep Frank Williams (lD- Plant City), marking the first reorganization ,of the state's O'Malley by the State age of majority of 18. He intro- Joe. Rep. Tucker

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Square Dunce Classes: Begin Tonight, o P.M.The .

I Starke Recreation pOlin the Old Armory.The a minimum of 10 weeks. One 1 SPidVMooly f1te Jre wcFaJ J !

Department will sponsor sessions will be strictly lesson will be taught each I /
classes in Western Style lessons, taught( bv a profess week,on Thursday nights, and i
Square Dancing beginning ional teacher and caller. The will last from 8-10 p.m. Teaching Socl.ly editor 9647608
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Thursday night Jan. 22, at 8 classes are for couples each the classes will be Gil T ..... _
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lesson. After the first night, all Crosby of Gainesville. Crosbyis
LaVon Collins participants must! register for a professional caller and
teacher. He teaches square Early History Program
Carver Sisters dance at Santa Fe Community
Spyros Drivas College as well as having his Given Woman's ClubMrs.
ParticipateAt own square dance club. ;

Wedding Feb. 6 The classes will last ap- Elzie Sanders presented tions and Bradford County BI-
Princess PageanVickie t proximately 30
a program on the early centennial Committee to
The wedding/ of La Von depending on the student'sability. history of Bradford County at rebuild the bandstand in
Annette Collins, daughter ofMfr. and Kelli Carver Approximately 20 the luncheon-meeting of theWoman's Truby Memorial Park on
: and Mrs. Brady Collins, were runners-up! in the pre- couples have voiced their Club of Starke Wed- Church Street.
1 and Spyros emitnus l Drivas. liminary Princess Pageantheld desire to attend the classes. nesday of last week. The program was under the
'", son of' Demitrius Drivas and Saturday in the Gaines- After the second week regis- !Mrs. V.J. Spengler, presi Public Affairs Departmentwith 1!
the late Metaxia Drivas will ville Mall. tration will be closed. dent, presided over the busi- Mrs. Guy Sale chairmanand
be an event 01' February 6 The girls were judged on ness meeting. An announce- Mrs. James R. Reddish, ,
modeling poise and person- Blake Thomas ment was made that the co-chairman.

Retired Teachers ality. Women's Club would cooperate Hostesses were !Mrs. C.A.
Vickie was first runner-up Celebrates 2nd with other civic organize- Knight, Mrs. A.R. McRae
Have Show and Tell I in the Junior Miss division and Mrs. L.G. Powell !Mrs. Paul
Kl'lIias second runner-up in Mrs E.B. ,
Raymond Searing
Birthday Jan 17 ArmstrongMcRaeEngagement i.
ProgramThe the Little :Miss division. Mrs. C.N. Christy !Mrs. Janet
Turner and Mrs T.C Hazen.
Little Blake Thomas cele- ToldDr.
retired teachers of Library brated his second birthday

Union and Bradford Countiesmet Pre School Saturday morning! Jan 17 ata and Mrs. Howard G. Eastern Star
at the l'SO building onThursday -
party given by his parents, Armstrong of Tallahassee
morning, January Mr. and Mrs. Steve Thomas. the and Supper Jan 24
15. Story HourThe anounce engagement
The youngsters enjoyed
approaching marriage of their
Officers elected for 1976.77were
games and ice cream and Starke Order of i\-
: president. :\1rs. Bradford County Public! daughter Cheryl Ann, to Chapter
Hamilton vice- birthday cake. David Russell McRae, son of the Eastern Star, will have a II
Frances ; will have preschool
Library celebrate
Helping to the
!Mr. and Mrs. James E covered dish supper, Saturday -
president.! :Mrs Leona Royal story' hour for 3. 4. and 5 year- occasion were Mr. and Mrs.
McRae of Starke. January 24 at 7 in
SI'Cl'etan'II': L.A Canova: olds "February 3 at 10 p.m.
starting Gary Buckley, Mr. and !Mrs.
The wedding will take place the Masonic Hall.
ciiordinator, :Mrs. Ruth I Kra-
: a m Gary Grable Mrs. Harry !March 20 at the home of thebrideelect's AllIasons! and their families "
tn'asurer.l1ss Mary
zier; Hatcher III, and daughter, parents in are invited to attend.
Faulkner. Ceramics ClassesTo Holly. !Mrs Handy Gaskins Tallahassee.
During! the program members and son, Adam Mrs. Donnie
111'IcRae! is BUS n
show brought and! tell small antiques to Resume :Monday Mrs.Bagwell'!: Wilbur and son.Waters Byron, and and graduate; attended a Florida Hospital AuxiliaryTo s +

will be in State University and is employed
The next meeting 1 !
The Recreation Department's daughter. at Florida State Meet Jan 26
Lake Butler :March\ 18 in the Ceramic Classes will Prison.

:Methodist\ Church recreationhall. ,resume :Monday. Jan. 26. Linda Haas attendedthe
: Miss
The Bradford Hospital
A covered dish luncheonwill County
Classes will 'be held each
Graphics Workshop for the Vickie Carver
be !served at 12'011.Irs:\ Auxiliary will hold their
Grace Adjnis Stevens of :Monday\ night 7-10 p.m and staff of Public Libraries at general meeting !Monday.
Gainesvillevill be the guest each Wednesday 9am. to Daytona Beach last Wed- Celebrates 12th January 26 at 7:30: p m. in the
noon nesday She also spent the Methodist Fellowship Hall.
speakerMembers The Thursday night( session weekend with !Mr. and !Mrs. r sir
: are urged to attend Birthday Jan 24 The food for the supper will
has been
dropped. Jim Zimkowich in Tampa. be furnished by the Teenage

Volunteers, who will be hos-
Vickie Carver celebratedher tesses for the meeting.
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12th birthday Friday
afternoon when her parents ., .A
n !Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Carver I.IC.TIRltlU.I R
eCJick ernini '
& gave a skating party for her CLUB IlKSfLTS: ,..
1 BUILDING CONTRACTOR and 14 friends. Mrs. C.B. Teruillegar ;rod -
The party was held at the Mrs. S.W. I Hamilton were the 1..i .
: Jlale C.tfiJ Lawtey Skating Rink. The winning couple at Duplicate

1 CUSTOM Snoopy and Peanuts gang Bridge Tuesday night. Rhea ", .
496-2185- theme was carried out in the Johnson and Lora Francis
BUILT' decorations. Cake, punch and were second and Dr. and Mrs.
COMMERCIAL',, snacks were served. Jim !Minesinger were third.
HOMES CONSTRUCTION Among the guests were
Vickie's aunt Ms. Jane
COUNTRY HOME CENTER LAKE BUTLER McClure and children Chelle Mrs. Kate Sheppard is Miss Jordan To Enter Miss Sun Flavor Contest
.:.. t and Jamey of Jacksonville. visiting her sister-in-law, Mrs.
c..:: t W.C Dennis, in Fort White.
IVbru, Jordan .rritfnin l'' 7.;) Strawberry <|ui-pn. uillnt -r the Miss Mm "Hm>r Beauty
Cimtpsl in early;' .h ..bru;lr>. :Miss .Ionian is the daughter of hll'.hilll'I..1. .s. 31. uI. Jordan iif

: Barbara Green, .. .


January January Wedding B.S.Zoltowski Jan 23 ";;

;]):tlnma.L Uurnllurt Company !Miss Barbara Green and Mary Ormsby was guest of Mr Lee French of IJfI,:;,

Clearance: '' :. ... aearance Benjamin S. Zoltowski will be Karen and I Debbie Glover I'matilla was last Friday ,
united in marriage Friday al the Clover lake home at \isilor of !Mrs W.B. Mundy
January 23.at 7:30:: p m. in the Floral City over the weekend.
Pine Level Baptist Church Steve Crawford
Sale S.1.; ?In./" Sale with a reception following at Mrs. John Anderson of Thomas and Scotty Salazar Donnie

the home of !Mr. and Mrs Callahan and mother :Mrs. spent the weekend with Mrs.
Bobby Alvarez, Five Oaks, Johanne Lohmann of Germany Sue Thomas in :Miami and
Too Numerous To List All Items On SaleDiscountThroughoutThe Starke.All and Mrs. Elizabeth attended the Super Bowl

friends and relatives are Terrell of Farmin !ton, Conn. game.
Store invited to attend. were Sunday guests of Mrs.

: MyrtleAnderson. Mrs. Terrellis Sale Now Going On At Leila's

JuniorClubMakes spending the winter at the Dress & Gift Shop
Magnolia Hotel.

THROW PILLOWS La-Z-Boy ODD LAMPS Plans Sale Now Going On At Leila's 132-4 E Call

:Mrs. Ira Wells of Gulf
RECLINA For Civic ProjectsSeveral Dress & Gift Shop Breeze is spending this week
$ ROCKERS 132-4 E. Call with her purl'lIls11': and
YOUR CHOICE | A t Huge Savings civic projects were :Mrs. n..rnl'yIcH..le:
SALE PRICED FROM $17900 discussed at the Junior Local admittances to
Woman's Club meeting Mon- Bradford County Hospital this Mrs I Dan Harris of
day night, January 12. week include: Mrs. Inez Jacksonville is Tuesday to
88" SOFA BED CAST IRON 2PC. LIVING ROOM SUITEGold The club will serve refresh- Stewart! Raiford; Joshua Thursday guest of :Mrs. W.B.
ments at the Open House of Baxter Brooker; !Mrs. Bobbie :Mundy
Genuine Wood the new Library on January 23 Jean Griffis, Lawley; Mrs.
Chenille Velvet lOW! lOW from 2 to 5 Lake
lightly "n pm. Agnes Sapp. Butler; Sale Now Going On At Leila's
On Saturday.January 31 the !Mrs. Beatrice Godwin Louis
Reg. '169U $12995 COOK STOVES Green Fabric $17495PRICES club will have a "road block"on Crews Mrs. Louise Newman, Dress &,Gift Shop
301 for the Mother's !Marchof Mrs Joan Davis, Mrs. Gladys 132-4 E. Call
Dimes. Edwards, Miss Phyllis

SLASHED SOFA & CHAIR PRICES CUT ON The othejcivic club: will also organizationsin cooperatewith Mrs.Loadholtz Carmella, Larry Baugess Osteen., :Mr\Merritt and Mrs.Island Gerry Gibsonof ; the

the dedication of the new Jimmie Simmons and spent
Gold Ruby weekend with his :Mr
Upholst ry.CoordinatodPrint
ALL ODDOCCASIONAL band stand at Truby Memo- Stahler of Starke. parents
and :Mrs. L.H Gibson and
Rororsibl. Cushiona rial Park on July 4.Mrs. .
On All Odd Chairs Margaret Wasdin was !Mr. and Mrs. J G. Holton attended Oklahoma.Mr .

'439' $36995Reg. TABLES guest speaker at the meeting visited Mr. and !Mrs. Neal :\ and :Mrs. T.B. Harding
and gave a discussion on plas- Boling In Bradenton over the
tic surgery weekend and also attended the spent the weekend at Daytona
Mrs. Glenn Hicks, hostessfor Hock and !Mineral show in Beach on their 52nd:! wedding
La-Z-Boy ARMLESS SOFA BED the meeting served refreshments Tampa Sunday. anniversaryMr.
from a table cov-
and Mrs. Wayne Harper
Gold Green ered with a white linen cloth Sale Now Going On At Leda'sDress
or visited .
and centered with Mr and11'5.: Scotty
Swivel Rockers X8995 ment of orange and gold arrange-per- A Gift Shop Gillin in Lake City Saturday

Good Selection of Reg. '99" manent flowers. 132.4 E. Call night.

8 PC. DINING ROOM SUITE Vinyl and Carpet "WOODCHUCK" Xi Iota Delta Jacksonville Mrs. Bobby was guest Fowler of Mr.of Sale Now Going& Gift On Shop At Leda'sDress

WOOD BURNING HEATER and Mrs. George Muggins( the
BROTHILL Surprise SocialXi first of the week. '132-4 e. Call

LichUd.Brtakfront-China -fc7'L
Remowabl.A.hDr.w" Mrs. J.C. Vining of Palatkawas L C. Smith Vidalia, Ga
NOW IN Iota Delta members of
Table I Chairs
$84995 $7 95 Beta Sigma Phi were treated Thursday overnight guest visited his mother. !Mrs.
Reg. *949>* Reg. '99" to a surprise social Saturday.Jan. of Mrs. L.D. Vining.Mr. Henry O'llara. over the

HEAVY WOOD TRIM THOMASVILLE 17. and !Mrs. George K. weekend.
EARLY AMERICAN & CHAIR BEDROOM SUITE Bennett of Maitland were Mrs. J II. Fields and Mrs.
By telephone they were Thursday to Saturday visitorsof Herbert Green j visited Mr. and
SOFA & CHAIR NOW EARLY AMERICAN NOW Solid Wood -Honey Pine invited to attend a movie and Mrs. J.E. Wilson. !Mrs. Mrs. Robert Tanner in
have dinner in Gainesville.
Herculon Fabric Wilson also had as Monday Sunday.
lUroul*. Fabric $ 95 Cont.mporarS'Jlinc' visitors Mrs. Olive Ryder and

SAVE$50 429 SAVE $70" $37995 SAVE $100" X69995BAHAMA Those members enjoying daughter, Dee, of Gainesville.Sale Mrs Vergie Flynn has
"The Black Bird" and later returned from a month's visit
EARLY AMERICAN dining at the Red Lobster Now Going On At Leila'sDress with relatives in Mobile Ala.
LOUNGE were: Connie Best, Cherie Her sister Mrs. Nora Price,
A Gift Shop
10% Off LIVING ROOM SUITE Cox, Barbara Patray, Brenda returned with her for several
Blue Quilted Fabric now Any Slade and Vonda Stephens.BIRTHS. '132-4 E Call weeks visit.
Beautiful Oak Arms Coil Sprint Base

((2)) Bolsters $-fl OO95Uit uiodsiifitiy :SJIOQ95 Mrs. Frances Stone of Mr. and Mrs. Amos Sanfordof

a RaE S.la Woodbine,Ga is visiting Mrs. Astatula were weekend
SINK S SAVE $100" Dave Paulk. Early.guests of Mr. and !Mrs. L.C

Pre-Season Sale On Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Mr. and Mrs. P.D. Reddish Sale Now Going On At Leila's//
GOOD SELECTION visited Mr. and Mrs. KO.
Porcelain '
on Wall of Starke announce the Dress S Gift
Padgett in Plant City last Shop
42"-54"-66" Some Summer Furniture birth, of born a son January, ChristopherLee 14 in Monday to Thursday.Mrs. 132-4 E. Call

USED FURNITURE Alacliua General Hospital. John W. Griffin was Miss Jennifer Haas of
Grandparents are Mr. and
ODD BASSETT Dark P Finish weekend guest of Mr. & Mrs. Valdosta State College was
ean Mrs. Horace Sanders of
i CHROME i BUTCHER BLOCK C.M. Anderson in Meigs, Ga. home for the weekend.
Starke and Mr. and Mrs.

t; ':, PRICED TO MOVE CHINA CABINET CL.SI..UT BOOK CASE Wis.Peter Great S. Wall grandmothers of Milwaukee are, 28 members of scout troop Hal Edwards of UF and

:' NEOITERRAHEAH Sllll .. 70 took a overnight hike to Mrs. J.G. Caldwell were last
!Mrs. Leona English and Mrs.
$24995 57995 at Friday dinner of Mr.
amp Neyati Kingsleyi guests
Lily Mae Starling both of
Reg. 299" save $20"
I Starke. i .ike Fnd night and Mrs W.1I. Edwards !at'

!Saturday Kingsley Lake. ,1.I

1 V

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January:2.!:!, 1l76! TKI.Kt.HAPII.: a .JeI':1:

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Heart Attack Victim's ARMY NATIONAL &, pcrlonaES Bill Glover was surprisedat Mr. and Mrs. Mac Baldwin Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Gilbert of
1P xn a birthday dinner given for were in Tampa Saturday and Orlando were last Wednesday
Treatment Nets OFFERS Mrs. Myrtle Anderson him by friends at the Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. guests of Mrs. James Barron I
High GOOD PAYRETIREMENT returned Saturday after a Homestead Restaurant last James Montuoro and They visited Mrs. Lula Whitein

i 33 months visit with Mr. and Wednesday night. daughter.Baldwin Gainesville that afternoon

Praise For Mrs. Edward Schwab at
HospitalAfter EDUCATIONAL BENEFITS Merritt Island.

24 days in the Brad Mr and Mrs. T.A. Yawn Chevrolet OldsclJaJl1JIJl
ford drove the car and trailer backto III. and Jimmy Yawn of -
County Virginia
Hospital a
Suffolk.All ? iu"t. Gainesville and Mrs. J.G.
visitors has nothing but .twA4arMinrs:
the hospital Caldwell
high praise and compliments personnelcame were Sunday
for his treatment and the in for glowing com- evening dinner guests of Lila
ments from the who Rae Yawn.
friendliness of the of Wright's
people cited that they helped them ?
Bradford County.Mr. 1 (]
and Mrs. P.T Wright, above and beyond the normal 11% Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Dansby,
of assistance of Mrs.
Jr. of Suffolk, Virginia were scope a Rodney Hall Mrs.
enroute to Homestead Flo- patient. They listed doctors Bertha Lang, Mr. and Mrs.
: a .
nurses, maids switchboard + Paul Raymond
rida for the fifth in row Miss Dorothy
year a row

ing became when at on the ill Dec.while Carradine 27 he Mr.was Wright Over stay. operators When employee.and the most Telegraph every typeof n Alvarez Alvarez Pickering of and and Starke Mrs.Mrs, Mrs M.J L.N.R.B. lY 13 (B ( ([

night Trailer Park about eight reporter visited the Wrights Pickering of Lakeland, Mr.
miles north of Starke US. Mrs. Wright was busy and Mrs. R.L. Alvarez of Fort
301 and was brought to on Brad- wrapping some type of gift for Meyers and Mr. and Mrs. T.L.
ford County Hospital.The everybody at the hospital whoin Strickland of Belle Glade
some way helped her hus- attended the funeral of W.T
Wright's have
pulled a band get better so that he Shiver in
Jennings Saturdayand
trailer from
their home in Suffolk :
could return home. interment
to Florida and in Jacksonville.Mrs. .
passed to and from tile Stare Wright indicated that both
area when Mr. Wright took his the Starke Masonic Lodge Esma Yongue, Mrs.
annual vacation from his 30- number 35 with Robert Thelma Dean and Mrs. Elva
Shannon as master and the Green of Fairfield and Mrs.
year job as a rural mail SA
carrier in the Virginia Lawtey Lodge number 189 Jim Boudin and daughter of
which is located near Norfolk.city members paid visits to him a Ocala were last Tuesday
The 53-year old Virginian number of times. guests of Mrs. J.G. Caldwell.
They have glowing memories
suffered a heart attack and
was hospitalized in Starke of the people in Bradford Mrs. John Patterson of
until his release County and have nothing but Women Also ServeIn Cam Pa is making an extended -
on Tuesday,
kind words for the in
Jan. 20The people visit with Mrs. A.J. -
the area and especially the Barry and family
view Wrights In an inter many kind people at Bradford Local National GuardPFC 1915 Chevrolet Malibu Clastic 1915 Chevrolet Luxury Nova
on Monday, Jan. 19, with Mrs. Gayle Thomas and .
the Telegraph from his County Hospital.The Eula Mae Cuffee, PFC Cheryl Iligglnbotham./ SP4 daughter of Jacksonville and 4 Door Sedan Air Steering'P Brakes Turbo New 4 Door Sedan Loaded Real Plush
hospital room, were both Wrights were driven by Helen Gillispie and PFC Mary Cjoodge are just four of the Mrs. J.M. Edwards. Sr. of Hydramnllc 350 V 8 Wheel Covers White, Walla Llst'rla.'5351.10 Silt Pries $4550
the to Jacksonville Radio Interior Solid 4500
Vinyl Beige Miles
amazed at the friendliness of nine women members of the local National Guard unit, Co D Starke we 3 in Orlando over
all the people in Bradford airport on Tuesday afternoon Maintenance 53d Spt Bn. located at 720 Edwards: toad In the weekend visiting Mr. and 4150 1975 Chevrolet
Jan. 20, for the return flight List rrie5163.25 S.I.Pric.
Starke. -
County and at the hospital, home to Norfolk,Virginia. For Mrs. John Pare. 4 Wheel Drive Pick up
especially with the many kind Mrs.Wright it will be her first PFC Goodge Is a personnel specialist. PFC Iligginbotham 1915 Chevrolet Impala .New *4 Ton Turbo Hydramatlc Power Steering
efforts shown them. flight ever. an automotive mechanic, and PFC. Cuffee and SP4 Gillispieare Mrs. Merle Mardis of 4 Door Sedan Air P. Steer P BraKes -Turbo Hydramatlc Locking Rear Axla Rear Step Bumper H D Suspension
They were quite compli- Wright hopes to return to his supply specialists.The Morgantown. W. Va. is Tint' Glass Radio White Walls. Wheel Covers Vinyl LI>tPri .SGE5S.BO
mentary of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald job with the postal service but unit has more than fifty positions that can be filled spending three weeks with Interior Two Tone Blue *White 3850 Miles Safer Pricv 5191
Baillie. 1020 Palm Street in said that he has sick and with either male or female personnel. This is something new Miss Madge Middleton. They
Starke, who carried Mrs. annual leave coming to him, in the unit. Such schools! as personnel, supply, automotive, had lunch with Mrs. Mae Lilt Print' '5531.30 SUE DISCOUNT 1500 1975 Chevrolet:
Wright the Jacksonville( airport so that he will be able to enjoy welding heavy vehicle driver clerk typist and office Jones in Jacksonville last Luv PickupRadio
1915 Chevrolet Fleetside
to meet the couple's son. machine repair positions are available to Guard Tuesday. Long Pickup .
the time he is away from memberswho Heater White Walls Decor Pkg Rear Step
Charles,and a friend, John R. qualify. Radio Heater 350 V8 Turbo Hydramatlc
work. Bumper 15000 Miles Sal Pric.LlatPric.53G35.15 .
Pierce on Dec. 28 and they Mr. and Mrs. A.T. Thomasof Power Steering GaugesUalydo.4685.10 *
stayed in Starke until New Palmetto spent the SUE DISCOUNT $1400 52975

Year's Day.Charles .. ,a t weekend with Mrs. E.C.
and Pierce r t 1915 Chevrolet
Wright t 4 Dukes. Impala 1975 Chevrolet Nova
y4i'1n 4 Door Sedan Air P. Steering-P Brakes Turbo 4 Door Sedan Air .P Steenng P Brakes Turbo
:; Circus To Be Hydramatic Tinted Glass Radio White Walls Wheel HyOramalic Bumper Guards 6 Cyl Radio Wheel
f11k Covers Vinyl Interior Solid Beige 13.SCO Miles Covers While Walls Tinted Glass Vinyl Interior Solid
SENIOR it.' Light Blue 8300 Miles, S9OTC
9 1 500
LlatPria.'11411.30 SUE DISCOUNT Ult io.'4&11.30 S.I.Prl. OOlO

,. For Those Who Have Been Waiting
Feb. 4-8

Our first meeting of 1976 For The Extra Special
was well attended. Few JACKSONVILLE-Ringlmg
changes were made in our Bros. and Barnum & Bailey

executive board, although Circus box offices are now
Jessie Young replaced Emma .\.. open in Jacksonville 75 Model Pricest
Morton as treasurer. Emma Jacksonville Beach and St.
has served us well for ten ", .'-: r'! Augustine. The circus which
years. Gertrude Wentz and <'.oI will present 10 big performances
Sophie Fisher assumed in the five days

housechairmanship as other a between Wednesday,
agreed to( serve another year. February 4 and Sunday,
February 8, has as its them
Heart Patient P.T. Wright. Jr. of Suffolk Virginia with his wife and Bradford County this year"200 Years of Circusin
Used postage! stamps are Hospital Administrator II.I\). Kdmondson and Director of Nurses Eunice Horton just before .. merica." As usual the
needed to be sold( all to
be sent to religious charitable money Wright was released from the hospital! on Tuesday Jan. 20 after being a patient for 21 days to performance arena will beJacksonville's
return to his Virginia home.
missions.An Municipal
is wanted to Coliseum.
sit with Bill Haas' mother. Bill 2 Gunmen Pull Daring Daylight Robbery Of Store Box offices are located in

works in the courthouse( with Jacksonville at the Coliseum

veteran's affairs and may be BROOKER A daring day. small handgun. ordered Mrs\ Green to go to Civic Auditorium. HemmingPark 301 HWITH rears 9611.7500
reached at !964-3329 for more light robbery at 1:30: p.m. on Deputy Don Denton said the back of the store and they Regency Square and
information. Monday Jan. 19, was pulledoff that two men asked Mrs. then fled through the front Gateway; in Jacksonville STARKE FLORIDA"Sooner
Visitors to our club at the when two black males Green to open up the cash register door of the store. Beach at the Music Shop and ,
last meeting were Bea and entered Green's Grocery and remove any bills. Denton said between $200 in St. Augustine at t the Music
Helen Stevenson Store and held up the owner. After this was accomplished Shop.
Gus Berlens and $300 was pilfered in the "
Lon Frey and Mrs.Bea Mrs. Inez H. Green with a according to Denton the males daring holduo. or Later Your Favorite Dealer"


Those of you who have not TIlE BRADFORD
voted in the past two years COUNTY TELEGRAPH Green's GarageNext
must register at the court Published every Thursdayat
house by Jan. 24 in order to be 138 W. Call Street Door To Morgan Rd. Baptist Church
able to vote in this year's Starke, Florida 32091 964.8150 Open 8-6 P.M. Guaranty
The new year leaves us with Second Class postage paid General Repairs Federal
the same old problems of income tStarke.FIoridaSubscription.
healtand living Savings and
Brake Job Tune
conditions Therefore Rates: Loan
legislation' is the most important In trade area: '6.00 per
factor in the lives of year; 13.50 six months $50 & Up $26 celebrates

Senior Citizens We are

dependent upon our Outside trade area: $7.00 V-8 Parts Labor Engine Overhaul 20 years of
legislators' and the presidentfor per year: '''.00 six months

increases in pensions, friendly
improved Medicare and
passage of adequate laws to service to

help inflation.us combat the ravages of A A the residents .

Hospital and medical costs of the area. .
jumped by thirteen percent on
Jan. 1 t. while food and other
costs are constantly rising.

Through our organization we And salutes
inform our senators( and
representatives on both the Bicentennialwith
national and state levels of the
need to improve our lot on newSavings
these and many other
questions such as tran- Programsfor

sportation low-cost housingand 1976.
nutrition.In .
this respect our North
Central Florida Coalition of
Senior Citizens has called fora FOR A $ Certificates

one-day legislative con- e

to ference 4 pm.March at 2 from the 10 Starke a m. You Get A $1,000 Will "Buy" any of Guaranty Federal's Savings Certificates!

Recreation Fifty organizations Center. have 12 x 6O 2 Br., FK Annual Annual Minimum Term Investment Minimum
MONTHLY Yield- Rate
been notified of the session

and national we expect legislators some state to and be LAMPLIGHTER PAYMENT I 8.06% 7.75% 6 Yrs. $1,000

present. From this conference sn 4974 MOBILE HOME 7.79% 7.50% Yrs. 1,000
resolutions will be drawn to ,
send to Washington and 6.98% 6.75% 2Vz Yrs. 1,000

Tallahassee on legislation we 6.72% 6.50% Year 1,000

coming deem necessary year. for the Or How About ADOUBLEWIDE 5.92% 5.75% 90 Days 1,000 .

At the next meeting Jan. 27, Certificate Savings Deposited by the 10th of the month Earn I Interest From the 1 stl!

two door prizes will be drawn left to daily for one .
so come join us at 1 p.m. at the FOR When earnings are compound year.A

Pratt Street Center. substantial penalty is required for early withdrawal on certificate plans.
Sincerely,Joe KerrIP- to be withdrawn without notice.
6 1 Some Savings Programs are subject
Our pretty new secretary 3 Br. 2 Bath sl 27

can't spell, which makes her Passbook Savings
inability to type a real asset.
44 24
Changing Times. The MONTHLY 5.39% 5.25% NONE NONE
Klplingff Magazine PAYMENT

A man who recently quit

smoking"I've never and fell drinking better said or JOHN BROWN'S Guaranty Federal

worse in my whole( hfe.Ea,1 ." MIi
Wilson Publishersfail :olio w ua c
Savings& Loan Association .. 11\\ t e Hoc.eS
/ SyndicateAn MOBILE HOME .......
ecologist wants to cleanup CENTER GAINESVILLE: 220 North Main Street f 377-3344
the world; an environmentalist 3501 W University Ave3738482( 3300 W Archer Road/372/ Jb g :''Ll/V1

wants to clean STARKE:395W Madison'964-5000' .. ....
you N. Hwy 21 Keystone Heights 413-3115 : -- -- I
up your yard. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS: Lawrence Boulevard & Sylvan Way 473-4952
-aill Coptland In LAKE BUTLER: 175 W MaIn St 496-3614
Sarasota, Fla.. JtKirnal

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t'' City;; Told/ I' tum 1',11:e I'' ..-- __ ___,______L- Raiford City Hall To Be

Planning! faulted i ('FIU'(' I Kuckman! urged the council Take some action to /get incorporated into the area 3)8:! ) chase; ...I'a lire truck ordered
withheld approxal of the p'o- Tm'sdl.thl" / to rescind! that them off your "back so you can Plan which will bring the city b\ the City of Hampton. 4-H I
led! until an environmental letter in order to "stay out of /gel on with your job" advised into compliance with the law In presenting the Hampton Landscaped By Union

impact stuih could, be made trouble." He further advisedthe local apartment complexowner surrounding water quality proposal, attorney Richard ....
Joe Williams, who alsoexpressed Justice said. Welly told the council almost
(City lathers! answered! with a council (hut the impact possibility obtaining/( some
letter,, to I)S&builders:- stating study ordered' by :NCKHPCcould concern for future In other action Tuesila.v $12.000:! had already been paid The Union County 441 Club The council approved the properly to have a basketball
Hull nicxiou* commitments take as long; / as two building/ in the city night, the council I heard a on the truck with another has received a $76 grant from payment of I8SI.72! for sup- court and tennis court lor
to lurnish utilities for years, during which time all Motion by councilman Sil- report from city engineer/ Hill I8.5W( ) still owed lie offered Standard Oil of Kentucky to be plies for the Raiford lire recreational purposes for the
Hie |>ioc-ct| wore withdrawn {parties might/ reconsider I their cox lo reverse the council's Arrnl'111 rout on the status of the truck to the city for $!IKI()( ) used to landscape the grounds Department. Those supplies young people of the city
In maiorit) vote positions, stand on utility service to the the 201 Plan.Certification. plus! remaining payments. around City Hall in Raiford, include a long and a short The council asked Attorney
SK-loo' area died for lack of ai of the 201 Planis Schaefer after hearing that to Cathy Clyatt who ladder, shovels, and rakes. Richard Welty to check into
-- second and the matter was scheduled for April, following Hampton would only lose appear before the Raiford (Fire Chief Allen Darlintonsaid several pieces of
tabled until the next regular a few suggested additions $211151<' > on the I truck by defaultof Town Council at its regular that the following sup- the possibility properlywith of
meeting/ of the council Feb. 3. now in progress Arment rout remaining payment, said monthly meeting Monday, plies are on order: two heavy chasing the property for pur he(
Council did take some action said and final approval from I that I although it would be nice Jan.12:!, to apprise the coun- fire cxtinquishers, a 1I' -inch recreational
tt. 1 LOLtL J bs however, ;in authorizing; the (environmental: Prolwlion to keep the truck in Bradford cilmen of the plans of the hose, and a first aid kit. Mayor Griffis programs.asked the
iscin9 Agency should be in by May 1 the could He indicated that he has
5 Df t the North: Central Florida County city not organization.The/ to apprise
Blade 11110ing comments Ircim Illfol"Ci I ) the checked into some used radios area press the
,.e. Regional Planning Council as expenditure at this town council readily people of the Town of Km ford
gacki Schaefer/ t that no funds had time. to be used for communication
Mowing its area water quality planning accepted the 4-H club in the
that they are
'.., agencyFollowing- been received from I the Fire Chief Harold Glasgow proposal. Miss Clyatt Indicated between the dispatchers and naming all the streets process ul1Ilnumbel'inA of
a presentationIrom government to complete' the told I the council Ihal withoutpurchase that the project will be thefiretruek when they are at the houses
2111 flan fierce said that 01'a truck, insurance fire call. He reported that a andother
:NCFKPC: spokesman new done on Saturday, Feb. 7 at 9 a dwellings in the
Charles Jusli explaining I the money would not be received rates in the city would a.m. used radio in good condition for this city
r1.5..E :am! Area Water Duality. Plan until the city reversed itsstance increase, but assured the Mayor J.D. Griffis thankedthe would cost about $400 ascomparl'd The reason to step,
according Mayor Griffis
council unanimously voted I to, i tan utility service 101 t the t'OIlIll'lllhallJIIlh the 1\17\:; and 4-H people who were accompanied to a brand new one that in order to l11alidl'livery
JIMMY MARTIN 1"M.pt'I'alelllh the plan., proposed apartment area 1WI2! :! model trucks! now owned to the meeting by that would cost between $1,300 was residence get
964.5230 The city's 201 pllI1I III txif In nt her Tuesday night by Ihl'l'lty1.1'. in good. shape Lowell Parrish, coordinatorfor and $2.000. must a be the
__ action, council unanimously and could handle city emer that program in Bradford Darlington said the plan is dwelling on a street
s 2&oo I voted to retain the two law gencies.No Union and Baker Counties. for the radio to be hooked up to that has a name and a -number. .
ale .
s alai The United Parcel
.c Service
ers t'UlTl'llllyol'kin/
a co suit to require large cities proposal. .much"__.nn Griffis__ __n_ _said_._. County Sheriff's Department also be requires delivered that. a
which are not curtailed 1 on at the Union County Jail in package to a
i FREEZER natural much small place that has street name
/gas as as Lake Butler.
\\.1-4 and See cities, to reimburse small Doubles Limit The council discussed the and a number. The city would
nmnicipalilies! (for the loss! of like the help of citizens in
naming the streets
\\\\\) !natural"Just compensation gas for discrimination The council granted
ij BEEF SPECIAL ," described attorney For Trains Inside CityLegal Disaster Councilman Sid Taylor permission

Pierce, who explained{) to purchase 14 Mop'
\ signs, four "Slow, Children Atflay"
that large ('lllt'S'lIu.I pay l / speed at which trainscan The city about the time Pat Training / and
j at !>I111I1'ltit's lor the dillercncein pass through the City of terson returned, cut out over- signs posts at a.
of ;)
cost approximately $Wi;
price paid fur natural gas Starke was doubled, from 20 to time and standby pay for
and I fuel oil in running niumciKI 40 miles p. r hour, by a unanimous employees making $21X1' The council authorized City
Market perweek Held Wed.All Clerk Katherine Alvarez to
Meat | | i power> planls.EXIt'IIillll vote of the city council or over .
hire the Gainesville lirm of
ac3w ot gas lines! to al a special meeting Jan. 13. After much discussion
and Tufts to do
964-6725 homes on Geiger Road was The matter had been 'rippen an
NV Tuesday night, Patterson was those bloody mutilated for
audit for the city 1975
also discussed 1 al I the meeting, debated for some time prior to given the raise and allowed llo bodies laying around town
hut no action was taken.Geiger the council's final action.In lie paid for overtime and \t'slt'rd.lY'r'n t real, just
Govn't Inspected HALF or WHOLE ( Koad resident: r other action Jan. 13, the standby duty Patterson training! for the real thing incase Hospital;
Brawn requested the gas line council: out hl'is
pointed accumulating it ever occurs.A .
HALF or WHOLE HEAVY WEIGHT extension, saying I hat it would -Gave Gas )kept. employee time off for eight hours Trustees .
LIGHT WEIGHTGRAIN he a small inst'slmrnttobring Hob Patterson a five percent standby duly each week and countywide disaster drill
U. S. GOOD-GRAIN FED in revenue firm the 10 or more pay raise thai he didn't get by' this summer could leave was held in Starke on \\t'lm's.d I l mil I'.mc I I'i
FEDBEEF hookups in the area. Krown back tin. Oct. 1. Patterson work\ June 1 and not comeback )'. Jan. 21. al approximately!
also I quested a drainage! pipe returned I to the city from for some 41)) days. Councilman (n I p m. on Kdwards: Koad near staff lighten up on the eniei
l ( BEEF |I" installed. to keep cars Iron Slade ills on Supt. Vernon Jackson opposed the the :North: Florida Regional gency room. hills.Finances .
getting stuck in ht'III'ain- W lute's promise that he would payment for overtime and Civil etense| !! Headquarters. at the hospit.il
jl tall. He said that the county earn S2IH)per week and !get I the standby duty on the ground( during the past your has
jlII had agreed to inot..lllhl'. pip'd ( five percent pay raise. Patterson that it is against city policy The test drill, involved a caused( the trustees much can
II the city would purchase it was counting on that and which he pushed for lo cut school bus and a I tram accident cern and as a result they hate
(;lasdepartment superintendent overtime and standby pay. he expensesNEED with a number of injur held a. number of special
500 600 Lb. 89 Vcrmmhite was instructed said ies. meetings! in order to try to
liX ::30(' Ono Lb 5C Cut & Cut & ,
Lb to work. up cost assist the hospital stalf with
Average I Wrapped Average WrappedBLALOCK'S estimates on running gas lines All the emergency agenciesin hey 1I1L:: to reincds. I the iMllt'ilion ,
to the urea to h(' presented at Bradford I'I'"hlt'lil|'
County wereimolve'd
the next council I meeting Last month ,F.dmondsunmuiii : \
< ? in the lest exercise
MEAT MARKET Local boy scout '1'1'1'1'Iun.: with students from the RI )I'l'l' several trips to ..kicksonville
dorlf. Troop, ; No 711, jlilrllt'I'pah'cl program" al Hrudlord County and both the :Mrdicare
r at Tuesday's night High School,, assisting as Hieinjured and a number ol the
Will Also Chill Cut & Wrap Your meeting! as purl. of merit !! w ith I planned\ drill insurance company's have
IIR R requirements Garage assisted the hospital by speeding !:

t Home Grown Beef or Pork Although! a new fire truck The II1IU) n'd'l'l.t' I treated at I up money' owed( lei\('
must be purchased b> the city hospital low {patient services
I II! CALL TODAY ABOUT THIS AD In .avoid an insurance increase Room Addition the scene of the accident by Tins has helped be( ho>pII.11
COME IN doctors
or t the 1'111''l'fIlSI'll Tues nurses emergency stay in the black at the cod .nlDccrmlier
ddnight to lake over pur medical techniciansand ( and have some
c3IIIIC then transported b> cushion to assist 1 the hospit.il

:....................................................................-..-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.---- Remodeling or ambulance Hradtord and County other I Hospital meansto oxer Ihls 1 the 1 financial I11l1nl h. hurdles (lining
where the more serious iiiiur-. (1111 a motion by trustee \\ .Ki :
RoofingNo ies received further treatment
i Hill Dampierthe hoard un.intmously -
: >p I \'oll'tlill {pay' only Sill
down Financing AvailableFor of the :17:t einplovccs! out ol inowho
'Jackson's Money An evaluation I team I lor each have. enrolled. in I the lilueCrossMine
phase ol the dl'lll111 makeand Shield
I I Ii Information Call compile reports on the I IWoopll..1l'IIt'I'agl'

drill and then II i meeting will Ik'lore the rates mcreuscd

Lake Homes he held on Friday: an :tn. at this month the hospital paid
Imam titgooverthedrdlamdstake SUoul|:> ot $! I other suggestions That this has increased In
i PRICES GOOD age. rate I
Peddlers meeting( will he held at I the
and I '
$.10\ ) on family I coveragethe
8A.M. To 5:00: After 7 P.M. :North: Florida Regional Civil ." '
$17 I out ol $
hospital paid >;
THRU JAN. 31 I I I I Delense!! headquarters on increased
964.6853 964.8583 Edwards: Read!! w ith month that now to ioHIiIJt'I' !

i 1916 0 me. I The hospital trustees reviewed
two applications Ira
Or Depletion of I the post of nurse a lit slIwlls!
i C A r"> +e r Subject To Availability Or Prior Sale i join theold and had one ol the applicantsat

: Sale Items -"ARKE Fi.A KEYSTONE HGTS t the meeting un Mond.iv:
I MIglil. Jan llKdmondson!
Whichever' Comes First N HEKRVST HWY1OO& Lr!>1. : was authori/cil

; 964-6O7S 473497TI to discuss I lurther. l details with.
I rangeroundup individual, who isconsidei
otter. made the I '
ing an by

: Take Advantage Of Our I 1 IxiardThe board agreed instruct

I Hoard ,\llol'Ill'HII'Il"f' <
\\'l'll10 d..I1lip. a conlradwith .
'a new radiologist. ( tar. the
Quantity Buying hospital who will In1 available.
i I II Prices lo I lie hospital staff on :Monday.

Your i \\'t'hll'sdIalld. Kndtivafternoons. (

............... ...,....... .
IF ...., .. "w, coo ... ,......... --.n ng Start The board agreed lo hire I>h>
I PLYWOOD EXTERIOR SANDEDPLYWOOD T I Choice -= Jose L Castillo of Fernaiulinaheach '
t'ffl'l'lI1.I"ch: I (HiTti! ,

for this position.
As Low AsElectric' The hoard reecled| a prop1*
III I .t.Z
Z 4' x 8' SHEETS Y I Gas or @ @ @ r of sal Jacksonville to !rehire Dr as Wade the radio K. Ki/k!

'' /gist effective February 2'1'

i SIDING $695 1 1\176!
1/4" SHEET $178I The subject of I the radium..
gist came up low other discussion
$799 by the trustees and al
t. 3/8"x4'x8' 3/8" SHEET lornev: Richard Welty

ITrade ,\'1'11IIdvlsed ,the hoard
$99 I that public notification must
1/2" SHEET lie /given( of any meeting( the
: $699 SHEET trustees! where three or more
3/4"sHEET$1, 29938" members are present This
90 Days features. advice came in response to
pick your action al the December

Grade Stamped Same As color. and get \ monthly meeting when .Kdmondson :
pick your e.
COX SheetingSHEET asked the local press
I 1/2 Sheeting Plywood savings by trading tI) leave and I then met pre
I Cash big I vately with the five members)
4' X 8' $499 CDX during of the board.
4' x 85599 SHEET or in your old range I Welty asked Edmondsini I"

Chef explain the situation when hemet
Take Up the Magic with the board concerning
Slightly Weathered
roundup. a contract with the radiologist
range and that public knowledge of
UTILITY PRUDEWESTERN t To24Mo Trade the situation would have ben
detrimental! to the situ.ition"I
( that m violation of the
PRIMED HARDBOARD To Pay Now law then I'll not do it again.
i WOOD / Edmondson said. "I'll go I"

& each of the trustees personally
m SIDINGGrooved '0' It may take me all day
MAGIC CHEF but I'll honor the law." .Kd:
35c mondson, said
: 8" on Center 7/16" 2x3-7' Ea.i Save Welty advised) the board to
notify the local press prior to

i Thickness Food and grease spatters fade away gradually while you cook any meetings in the future the
2x4-7' 47cEa. Meal-Minder Timer Lighted backguard Digital clock Removable trustees a financial gave report at
plug-in elements No-drip, recessed top Removable oven door the Monday Jan. 19. meeting

i 4'x7' $699I Chrome-plated non-tilt racks Oven window and light Storage drawer The hospital had a balance of
$:I0.6430" with checks
PRECUT STUD deposited l on Tuesday. Jan '-'"),
I Sawyer SladeAppliances amounting lo $11.ooo) with that
4'x8' $8" making a total of $4I II>4IUI: )!.
He said a cost !report takento

I 2 4 92 5/8" 59'' the Jacksonville office IIf
$ X Ea. !Medicare will i bring the
4' X 9' 10N hospital approximately
I. 333 W. Madison St. $4.9,17:; lo help with finances
........... .Nr ....................... Ph 964-77O1 for the balance of the month

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Judith Flynn II

Southside Elementary held _
their annual Turkey Bowl
recently. In one of the most
exciting games played to date, PANTRY I Eo I GIANT
the fifth grade defeated the ICE VIVA
fourth grade 14-8. It was the ,, PRIDE ROLLS
nearest that the fourth grade
has come to winning the an-
nual event since the first Tur- SUPERMARKETS@

key tie.Fifth Bowl grader in 1969 Curtis ended in Griffis a 6-6 1I CREAM = TOWELS

returned the opening kickoff
55 yards for a touchdown. The

extra fifth grade point led attempt 60. Fifth failed grade and I I StARKE I U

struck again in the third quar- 1/2 C 320 SOUTHGALLON 100
ter when Andrew Strickland 3 9 29

threw Kenny ing 30 yards.a Davis touchdown,Richard the play pass Warren cover-to I '4mn I WALNUT ST. I Sq. Ft. ;I 1

then ran the extra point in for

cepted a pass on the fifth .. .. .. .. I .. .. ..
later 30 yard line.A few plays
Wall ran the ball in for
the touchdown and also ran

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14-8 which was the final score.
The Turkey Bowl is spon-
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Physical Ed teacher Jim BEEF BLADE CUT 10(1 1oi CENTER CUT BEEF 21 LYKES 21ne
Lewis and the fourth and fifth LOTS OF
grade teachers. Most of the
student body and a good number CHUCKROAST SIRLOINSTEAKS
of parents were on hand to 1
watch the game.
Special thanks to all the
teachers for helping with this 3 LEG QUARTERS WITH BACKS
exciting event. Announcer and 3 BREAST QUARTERS wnHi BACKS
score keeper was physical ed 3WINGS-3 NECKS-3GIBLET PKGS.
intern Jana Corn and time FLORIDA 6 TO 8LB
keeper was fourth grade
teacher Mrs. Iva Jean U.S. GOVT. PREMIUM U.S. GOVT.INSPECTED. AVG. e
pal Dewey McKinney. Student GEORGIASHIPPED
officials,who did an outstanding
job were Umpire Jeff
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Vellenga is a native of G PIECESSTEW [
Bradford County and attended ; : ( I

Brooker Jr. High. She graduated 2 TO $168INIIICTIDQ
from BUS. Mrs. I 4LBPKO. $138 UaoOVT S/ICTED usoovy $|68J 15C 10e 29(
Vellenga! has a BS degree rlo II LB co.N r.o LB con MSIoCDconN rro LB POUND LB LB
from Florida State Universityand
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She has taught at Quincy rr un un un urt un un
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School, Lake Butler Elementary '
and Southside Elemen JUICE STEW Tea Bags APPLES

tary.Mrs.. Vellenga was 1974-1975 100

county-wide teacher and reading represented resource 3/l 69 COUNT BOX j ;; -EACH
Bradford Co. on the Florida
Council on Elementary Ed.On OU.I..OAY YOU s.v, out CVIRYOAV VOUUVI I oun iviovoatr YOU tuv. I ou.evEftvoAV You SAVI
the council she coauthoredthe COMPARE LBeef PRICIS', UP TO io.Pn.ciu UP TO LOW pnictll UP TO i LOW PltlCiS'' UP TO
bulletin, "Florida Elementary -
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she of the I 175\ CROUND Ji% VEGttABtE PROTEIN
In q
1973 was one
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the State
selected to serve on
Material Selection Council Dressed Whiting -49 10' iLamb Chops WiVaE: ? LI 89 Orange Juice o/l 1 "'I Lamb Roast w,1.1.:: [: LI 69 c 3'
Mrs. Vellenga is now serv- Mi

ments Mathematics in Florida. Assess- Cornish Game Hens 79 10' American Cheeses: IF Be.;"Fish Sticks M1Q 20'SparellRibs":" 99* 20'

Vellenga principal at Brooker

have Elementary.a kindergarten one daughter. The student Vellengas Joy, whois at EveryDayLowPrice 1 EveryDayLowPricc 1 EveryDayLowPrice I EvcryDayLowPricc

Southside. Her hobbies are
reading, genealogy, snorkel- SAVE SAVE SAVE SAVE
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She is a member of the First Pantry REGULAR GRIND REGULAR & HOT
Presbyterian Church and ORELECTRIC Del Monte
secretary to Women of the Pride PERKCOFFEE APPLESAUCE
Church, also leader of Circle

One.We hope you enjoy reading
about your children's teachers CATSUP
and appreciate the many
comments you have made on WITH BEANS
this column. Thank you all

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Board Jun 31

income residents of OU. .....0.y YOU. SAVI i COMPARE OUPUVIHVOAf, YOU SAVE i COMPARE OUD lvf.'D r you ; .CVCMVOAY YOU SAVE
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and four(Head counties Start Centers on Saturday in the PAHTIf California PIIDE Illl CAN Tomatoes 31/ 1 I[ CONIAOINAIfl Tomato Paste 4/$1/ '" I i Swig Vienna So CAN Sausage 3/$1/ 1 58 i 11-

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1',1<:1'Ii 1'1'I.I':4aCI'll: : ,.leniary22.1176I : :! !

I Tornadoes Disappointing In 71-62 Loss ToEastsideBradford ,

.... .... Sexton said mat the Tornadoes
High cagera easily Milton Baker and Wayne against the Braves "we had 16 and Kenny Hamptonhad Coach Sexton indicated this appointing part of it was we I!ball break, that's, but we the did only not way play to had their poorest rebounding

defeated the Palatka South Berry were the high point men played a real good ball game 12 markers game was a big disappointment were ')just out hustled, entirely. it Sexton said. The game with only 37
Braves 62-32 on FridayJan. for the Tornadoes each with It was one of the nights whenwe Lo James was the big gun to him and one of the Sexton said. sum Tornadoes up had hoped to makeup rebounds. They have been
IB. but the Tornadoes were 16 points went to our offense real for the Hams with 21 points most disappointing losses we for the 64-C=1 loss to East- averaging/! between 45 to 47
defeated[ 71-62 by the Eastside: Wayne was selected as the well. That game was the most while Bryan Wilson had 16 have had in some time. "We "I 1 really thought we had side in the season opener in rebounds per game.!
Hams after a lackluster per Gainesville "Player of the complete we've played points and Vernon James were beaten in every phase of picked up some momentum Tornado'cagers hit on 28 of
game Slarke.
formance in Camesville; on Week" for his play in the Live to date" Sexton said. chipped in 15 points. the game But the most dis- after the Christmas holiday 71 shots from the field a :3'J
Tuesday. Jan 2(1.( Oak and Palatka South percent average, and scored
games. live more held goals than the
The.. Tornadoes moved Larry Deering was the high Tornado Wrestlers Ham live. Eastside: hit a Rood
quickly| in front of the Braves point man for the Braves with Tough Split percentage. Coach Sexton

to a 12-5 first quarter, margin. 14 points. BHS( Scar By 12 Quarter 20 12 la 67 said, but beat the Tornadoes
They) increased the tempo to Willie Berry was the leading PS S S 14 t-32 al the free throw line, sinking
:32-10':! at hall time and 44-24 at rebnundcr with H. Alfred 21 of :m charity shots, BITS I
the three-quarter mark of the Ross had I 11 I. Bradlord High: Baker 72 16, Wayne made six of 12 loul shots
Coach Mike Sexton said that Borry a 0 16 Ron 0 0, Will,. Berry 20 Baker
/ Palatka Central
Meets With
t. Brignl 3 7 e. Bell 000 Moody 204,, "I did not !see a single foul
.... Godwin 0 0 0, Avcox 000. Hampton' 3 0 called on us that I didn't agree
gameBHS 6, Aldrldqo U. Carter 1 0 2. Andonon "
I t07 Totall, 27 a 62PalatHl with. Sexton said \\e Wt'l'l'
Cagers Take 011Tough In a close: match the Brad- I cBt) pinned Simeon <11\1> In the lust not hustling, not gelling(

I 107. Gartln South 204.: Bolton Swngqerly 124. Mitchell 204. ford High Wrestling team was second period. into position on defense, and
I Williams, 2 2, Daorlng 5. ... slow' 0 2 defeated by Palatka Centralin --156 pound class! :: Revels were getting position fouls!
Bobcats ; lolals 1012 Palatka on Thursday, Jan. I iBi I won a decision from called) on us."
FridayTrying 15. 29-25 and on Monday Jan. Hollins ((1\11) bv 4 f'coreof 1.1-10:

'-' In a disappointing ballgame 19, easily defeated Baker High -170 pound class: B. I.ee Score By OuartartEAttudo
to get back in thevictory and defeated the Tornadoes the Tornadoes were defeatedby of Macclenny 60-3. I iMi won a division from. 10 17 19 I1 '1 1Broaiord
Last Cruger (B) by a score of 5... I 13 n I 17 "OJ
column the Bradford 60- 8 early in the season. the Eastside I Rams. Captain Erie Biggs

I High cagers will have the advantage week they knocked off the The Tornadm's moved to a undefeated 1 188 pound class! : Brown
The as IL'ndrfeated ( Bi) pinned (". Lee I :\11> in the EAt.ido Vernon James i 1 is LO
B8-S4 the
( of two home games Ocala Vanguard U-10 lead in opening per-
grappler by winning two l.tmiA92l. Wilson 6.16. Gilhs I 0 ?.
when meet the Knights were ranked second list! and increased the marginto third period.
they tough matches, his seventh and ClarkiB A edgy 0 11 I 1 Sherman I 1 1. Mudson t 11 ls
Buchholz Bobcats on Friday, in the state at the time of the 35-27: at the half The Hams eighth dual meet victories of -.lIeilv,'"eiltht class: Mi Kinncv > I 3 Totals 7I I N TBradlord \
Jan 21.: and Tuesday Jjn 27. contest Vanguard was ranked came out in the third quarterand the season. r I ) pinned Sherman( <1\11) in

with the :North: Marion Colts. seven this week and defeated moved to a 5B-47. lead, the first period 0 rry H'0 (Id HiqB Rosa I R.ikcr 0 7 Willie.?, JO Berry WrtyiuHi I II i"
Both doubleheaders will fifth ranked Leesburg 70-65 scoring 2il\) with great; shootingand Summary of meet with KIIS ft Hr.qhf, 1 ,,,7 Colw I 7.1 H.iinpton s
Erie: his
grappler Higgs( pins MacclennynppnCnl
this week strength. The Palatka Central: I I.' Tol.lls ?S 667Hawks
begin at K-'to:: p m. w ith junior rebounding .
:Monday night In ) :! the tit
-101 pound class: Montgomery a tillvictory bringing( tram
varsity action ('ou'hIike: Sexton said teamsere even in the fourth i-l, PooserNalncd
The;Bobcats bring a record the Bobcats have basically a period each scoring 13 points. (1131) won a decisionover a season.
ol nine wins and seven losses letter ballclub than Eastside :Milton Baker was the highpoint Barlen (ICI) by a score of first period. -141\ pound class: Hewett
and it will be a tough game man for the Tornadoes 85. -135pourdclass: Biggs (HI) ((8) pinned Dobbs lM(! ) in the To North Grid
lo!>Ui ie :May The Tornadoes will lake with 29\ points. Wayne Berry -lOH pound class: Norman pinned A. Lee (11\1.) in the first period
seven ins and( four losses in i (1131) wrestled a draw with second period. -1411! pound class: Lazenby
Double Bj' 'ill to the contest with the Bobcats Daniels (ICI.) the score 22. AllStatTealn Junior Boys
-113 pound class: Slocum
A mail rate hike for a first :'\:(lI'thI..ion: will bring a FSU CoachTo (IBI) was defeated by MortonC BIIS Wrestlers To Be At Home Scott Pooser, middle guardon (
class letter from 13 cents to 23: record of two wins and seven ( ), the score 115. the last two Bradlord High The Hawks! have grabbed
cents b.v tl 81 is entirely losses into the game with the --122pound class: Meng (181) Two home dual meetsareon team and will give the Tornadoes School football teams, has the top spot in the Junior I Boys,
possible, says an official in Tornadoes! Palatka South on Address won a decision from Green the schedule for the Bradford a good match. been nominate from District Basketball League as they
charge! ol manpower and cost Tuesday Jan. 20() defeated the IC) by a score of 94.. High wrestling team with a Earlier in the year BUS Five as a potential player in 1'O|()V a "-ll record in the
control for the t.S Postal Colts SH-57 in a game played at -- pound class: GivensIC meet Thursday. Jan. 22. defeated Lake Weir 36.30 in a next summt'r'slrlh.South!; Starke Recreation Department -
tier ice Sparr Ernest Gordon and Don Grid FeteBobby ( > pinned Williams (lH) in the slated with the St AugustineDeaf close match.: Another close All-Star High .School Football playAlmost
Ill'ld that the U-cent: rate ":\'ansIt're the Colts high third period. and Blind team and a match is anticipated Game to be played in Gainesville t all ol the games thus
recently increased Irom 10 scorers with IIi( points each in Boxvden. recently ..115pound: class:13iggsBIwon : \ ( ) return match with Lake Weiron Coach Roger Chilson an- lar in the league have "" ','nl'ryelusl'
cents \will do little to relieve that contest appointed football coach at a decision from Perry (CI) Monday. Jan 2B. with both nounced that it was necessaryto Pooser was( ,recently \ except (II', as I Unlearns
the mounting! postnldeM' Florida State l'nn'ersity, has by a score of 163. events slated to commence at cancel the match with selected to the second \team are fairly equal, in ability -
accepted an in\'llaliun'to be --141 pound class: Strick- 7-30: p m. Macclenny on Thursday. Jan. defense on the uM-sUite! team The I law ks hat e been sue
guest speaker at the annual land (Ci pinned Hewett (B) In 29. The move was necessary He was one of six players cessful by having balanced
'Bradford High football banquet the second period The BUS grapplers own a 7- because of the football banquet nominated troll the district scoring on their team uhik-\
to 1>held next Thursday, -14B pound class: MernttiC 1 record to date. beind held on Jan. 29 and Overall! ) pluvfrs are nominalcd I the other three I teams u-lv!
Jan/ 2il.! at the :National: Guard t > won a decision over The school) Irom St. Augustine / no other suitable dates avail- lor the (team\ and the mainly on u couple ol hot'shot
Armory on Kduards.: Road in Revels t IB) bvaSl'Orl'of 17-11): always has an excellent able to make up the match. person who is selected to shooters
HnnourtcincjNEW + Starke: according to I David -loH pound! class: LaenhyiB coach till':01'111: : Team then \\cdm-sd.iv.Jan 14.sa\\' the
llurse. BUS athletic director ) pinned Vincent (IC) in the I sits down with the selection Celtics\ win their lirsl! game ol
and head I Inolhall couch second period committee to pock t the ::1.1 Reservations may be made -170\ pound l'I.ISSlaYl1ard: : playas on I the tquid( squeaker ::13.:14.: from the
through Tuesday.: .Kin. 27. by I iC'i I won a decision over C'ru- : L& LPL :L Bob Simmons, head coach Lakers TIll'a/! 111 t. was dose
pluming Lax mine Jackson al ger i I B) by a score of 5.... at Lakel'ity High I St honl. was all the way and was nevermore
!%4-MM HI. The biiKuct| is spon- --188 pound lass: Potter i C I nominated I win this ,in>a tolx than live points between
STORE HOURS ouil h> the Bradford High/ pinned I limes 'iB> in the first > considered il IH! coach 01| I In- the Iwo teams, The Celtics led
\ll-Spnrts t'luh. periodHeavyweight, !. North Team ills Lake City al the hall lIi-14, and niiist ol
Bowden( a former assistant class: Clark tl'umHIS knocked mil III the- I the game
For (ihicli :it I'SI'under\ former ''Hi I )lII1I1I'dlu( \ 'd 1 iC'i J in I hi'III' stale playoffs Tyll.ihassei-'' Kenny Claik and Scot llud I .
hl'aclmllll BllIl'l'It'l'son in 1963through : t perinl.Summary. son led the Celtics vvitli I-:
111has\ \:; been head of 1111'1'1ith BY NEIL CRAWFORDmaking points each Knhorl (iiirnlo
STARKE BUILDERS coach tit. Wl'sl"Il'gll1lU I'm- :Macclenny LioilBUS and ('a 1'1'\' Bramble had lour

\I'I'SIISII1l'e |!I7I( Ills team in -101\ pound class: :Montgomery The Florida Invitational plans t to be .It the next r'f7NniBradford Kenneth Holmes' had two amilUnnie I
l'li:; had nine xxms and three > B> won a decision Bass Tournament ill he /held tournament Lennnn hail one
SUPPLY losses! including a \ over Patterson i :M > b>' a score dtelaka on the St Johns Mass lishmg will\ be goixl.( in IRmin'syasht iouggodll point
the 1'cach Howl I game Uykr ol II-" Itiver this Jan 28-39-40 a couple (or Ihreel'l'ks., Sell SO" O\v us /! Hi |xnnts
219 E. Washington St. Starke 964-5270 Nnrth; L'arolma State 1MO.'Hovvden : --\u8 pound class: :Norman: Anvonvtshmg I to visit the especially if the weather for the Lakers l)arv | Thorn
,Is, ore of the fine iB> won a decision over area is welcomeeighin/! warms High girls'and ton midillxrt I St'wMleat'h.
xiiimii college coaches in I the \\ tl'oma1)i : > by a score (of 211- should begin about:5p::; m each bo>s' tennis teanis( begin seasonal had six. and Kicks SiillivnnHubert .
Mon. thru Fri anmti.v .' llurse I .. suysItnuilfii i. Approximately HK> boats Bass U ishes.Neil play TiH'silas, Jan 27. Berry and Kohhic
; is expected to lea- .ll.i pound class : Slocum and :gnu! b.iss I II isluTincn \I ill hem : ; Craw ford against (iami-sv'ille High it.l111; Imd' two points to
line a prostyle I ollense that 'ilii I won by a lorteit122 (the st.ite louniiinient School round out llie'M'OI'II1 The loss
7:3Oam5OOpm7:3Oam4OOpm uas niiide Imll"l1\ Peterson. --I:!:! pound class' Meng i'Ii i The boys' 1\11111, comprised dropped the l.tikt-is. f to List I
.u l-'lnnd.i Male won a decision over I Hui.se! ( i 131: i il (of f 19 players In"Ilhn'Ihl/! placeThe
\1"1111101' llicg.iKi allair/ will l ba, score i ol f 14.2. It I is good to see 11.K. Couch: I'ruises. lettermen from last t year, will second game III| the' day
<'I1-ISI nl' Incd cliickon. potato -129:\ pound classWilliams \\iggin back in action Says face the (illS scatters at the was also. ,i squeaker ,.is, it
-.il.id mil oil t the ('oh.>) straxv-1 I iB> pinned Cossio I iM: > in t the he was a mile sore, but 'is 2 JV Capers Pratt Street Kwre.itum Cen- matched the two uinMi'att-d 1
lii'frv cart l and iH-xerage tt-r beginning .it ::1)-III l p m teams Thi-game/! would drier

Tickets ate pui'cd at SI.311 The Bradford High JV basketball TuesdayThe mine who would take ovetlirst
'lot spurts doll members and Trial Under Way For 3 Inmates team was easily girls will play tit the 1 place The Hawks lame'

*.i':' ;11 tar non-meinlx'rs defeated Palatka South 36-(; country club couHs beginningat ( out on lop. 17: I l.:i as They U'd.ill
The trial ul three I nun )the I Ie'
I press court was still I
:1'ln.:< ahul miueth.in
:i the/ \\ nrvci
24 .Friday. Jan. 16. and bthl' '
(Coireitional Institution inmales i II'i;MIII; to get a iurv lor t 1111' on \ ,Five singles fiat tht's and lour points;
Eastside: (Hams .
( KO-41
Kenneth (;rant) Jemaviii ll'1,11 \ total ol lou'-poti-ntial 1 on
Till'sdolJiln.. 20. Gainesville two doubles niaU'lu-s are 'lh>* I Hawks had< I two |'il.i\i-r-
\\' Houston and 1 Hruct'Inn linois h.ivi' hero called lor in / ,,, (
played in each meeting The in double (iglu'(' Kill fiootgcwith
.I I Uallare got lliulci wavTui'sdav possible' service on the trial l'oal'h Cox has indicated learns have Its! scheduledmeets I": aol (Chuck JohnsonvMth '
.Ia / Jan Jii in I mon Tin trio laces charges c mMilvinu
/ I lhat t Rowland Cummings with area schools this I'l' ;points Kriiiu (irilhs;
( on)Ml \ Circuit) ( mill) i"ni : : iesciipelastJuh' 18
kidnapping and Billy Kicks have spring, culminating with state had eight and ":dtlll' Thump
'hal'gt's nl when Ihcv
escape acre involved in a
been performing well for the tournament play Hi nlll-Apl'll kills with loul'IcIIIlI-- helped"
I anil nl a sensational chase IromMaccleniH
n weapon' hy II i -I lilt' pnsoin-i : In Jdcksonttilt' onIntelstale baby'season.Tornadoes, now 1-10 on tl1I'I. '1'.I"acksun'11\ / had, l gaunt
.\s 1 the Telegraph went to HI the
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Kd 1\ulkler. KinnvUial: ; .
a Jimm.v Si-well and Huh.. ert.
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r ITIGI&IYIr :Mondav. Jan HI. saw the
worst ganiis n tar as the t
Y.- : Fri Sat Sun Hawks blasted the Large 9!) The Hawks totally

J.. r'7. C JOHN r doiiiinateil I Ihi1 game on
dcleiisiThe ('l'1I1"Jan'/ a
Selection I Ix-tter team Hi.in the se-i'it'
Jld m JffiU THEHUMAN would indicate.' Tinll.iwks
: m 0fJ(! JmE L FACTOR .lust| played superb. l Kill ,,1111,'
Of the Celtics didn't The (Celtic*
U. S. 301 S.SHOPPING CENTER Starve fla. A BRYANSK(* WUASCPL R got their shots. hut llir\ |lustwultildn't I
t fall in
OS- Kenny inltis vvas f the hut
Used Mobile Homes shut for; the Hawks us ht'
MOOD WITCHES Charles Qronson pumped in Hi |Miints ..:ddl('

Death Wish Thonipkins was ni-xl with
seven Bill ioixlue( and ('hut k
Johnson had lour. and Lionel
for il'lll'ls! had two
$35O Scot I Hudson had six: nf. his
teams points Kenny Claik
James Caan In had two and Uolx-1 1' (iurntohad .

B EVERYONEI une to end the Celtics output ,

The last place lnk.I'galt'
the s'cllncll'lacal'rIUl'S' all
r they wanted. as the Warriors
H won a close one. ::193The\! : :
Lakers led I at the end nf the
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"TJ" Jackson the leagues

1973 Flamingo PatGarrettAnd high point man ith a 22! point
1973 Asheboro
average.( pumped in I't "pointsto
Billy The Kid lead the Warriors Scot
12x70 3 Br 2 Full Bath 12x65 3 Br Bath 'a '/, Allen was also in double
I figures: w ith 12 Eddie: Winkler
'e Sun & Mon also threw 'in eight, poinl.s.
$4750 $4495 Hubert Berry hand his best
v HZS223Z.ZPamGrierYaphetKotto H r : game as he led the Takers

with IK points Kerry Kisher,
with eight\ Daryl l Thornton
1973 Concord SUPER BUY / with four. Ricky Sullivan with
F>rl'd ogte>t three and \\,Ibert Sew ell and

12x65 3 Br 1 Bath 1975 12x60 2 Br 1J :[! ] Bobbie Godwin, with two
=- "' ..... >-',,,. .- points made up the rest of the
$1788COLOR Takers point total.
Standings" through the first
$4350 54995Dlinss
James Igiehart In four games are as follows:
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Union The Bears, with hot McGill led the Tigers in saw mostly reserves in the
County Tigers some Herb Raker with one second "
extended their winning streak shooting by Glenn O'Steen, remaining on the clock drovein rebounds with 13. contest. Flowering Shrubs $1 Up .

to three games by defeating moved to a 35.33 halftime leadas Scored on a lay up under
Score By Ou.rhrsUnion was high scorer
Cross City 7171 on Friday, O'Steen got 10 of his 18 first the basket, but officials ruled High 17 16 la 72-71 UIIS with 18 points with Ralph $239
Jan. 16 and by out-shooting half points in this phase of the Raker was fouled before the Cro..City 16 19 16 20-71 Williams netting 16, and Grape Vines
Chiefland 68-47 on Tuesday, contest. shot He missed i the free throw
White also in double
Jan. 20, with both Union, Perry 9311, O While 6012. Gerry it
games and the Tigers got the reboundas William 9011. McGill 511", P. whileI figures with 12 markers xi Fruit Trees 5319 Up
played in Lake Butler The game was tied at the final .
the buzzer sounded,in I 11 3. Jackson .08 Totals 34 5 73Croil Lewis Brannen was theBears' .
three-quarter mark with the (;::
the contest.
The two wins give UHS score 51-51. City: Pepper S 3 13, RaKer I. high scorer with 19 s Shade Trees $389
cagersa 7-6 winning record to Perry was the high scorer 9.Spencer 2 0.. RalntS 6 16,O''Sinn' 14 points while Adrian Mitchem .r .0.
date. 129 Total 30 11 71. hud 10
UHS broke quickly in the for the Tigers with 21 points. points. $969
In a pulsating contest that final quarter to a 55-51 lead Ralph Williams got 18 beforehe Chiefland out rebounded the Pecan Trees Up \:=;)
wasn't decided until the final and then gradually worked to fouled out in the final quarter Against Chief land for the Tigers 32-31, but the Tigers hit
seconds of the contest the a 63.56 lead with a little under Gerry White with 12 and second time this season the on 31 out of 66 shots while
Tigers defeated the scrappy four minutes to play. The Tim McGill with 11 were the Tigers broke open a close Chiefland hit on 19 of 47 shots. FLORIDA RYE GRASS
Bears from Cross City for the game was never tied but the other UHS men in double game in the second half and Williams was the big slow this
little tin
second time this season. UHS won_ easily. rebounder for the Tigers with Just a
Bears gradually narrowed the figures. rebound Tig'r'an'\ Whitemoves SEEDBushel
moved to a slim 17.16 first lead down The Tigers broke quickly 11 and Paul White had nine in for the press us the PEAT
quarter margin after trailing Paul White hit on one of two O'Steen with 29 points was from the starting gate as Boy rebounds. moved the hall ,clown
early in the period 12.5 but hot free throws for the Tigers with the big gun for the Bears with sie Perry sparked them by court.Itears $ 19 Grows Green 2 9 c
shooting by Boysie Perry gra- 13 seconds to make the score !Mark Raines netting 16 and hitting on four straight shotsto Score by Quarter* All Winter Lb.
dually pulled the Tigers to a 7J.:: 71. !Mickey Peppers 13 points. give them an 8-2 lead but Union Hgh 16 11 12 12 68Chitlland Bag
narrow lead. the Indians gradually startedto ,14 16 5 13- 47 50 Lb, Bag .19"

find the range and the first
quarter ended with the Tigerson Union High Holmes 104. Perry 07 vizH
Four Tigers NamedIn l top 16-14 '18. G White,.p 3212 Wh.teJJa. Williams, .Jackson 6016Mto.neoii JO. ''mm:' Time To Repot Your Plants?

4. Lovelace 107. Totals' 31 6 68
increased The halftime by the margin Tigers to was 34- Chietland, Morgan 106, Dennett 204MHchem 1116,6111ter": Use BACCTO Potting Soil

473, P. Williams 306. ......
All-State 30 and at the three quarter ,
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LAKE BUTLER Glen Cedric Warren another jun .\jJC '" $119 5219 $319
Kemp Luke Smith Cedric ior, was selected to the third 1Itovlie
Warren and Tim McGill were team as a line backer. This SCORING ElAtE SAVERS RECORD HOLDS FOR ROOKIE THE
named to \the Florida) Sports- two-year starter made 136 Take Cross City, Indians WITH 11 T D'0( WHO HOIPS
writers Association 1975 All- tackles and assists, made two TUB ALL TIME/ T P. RECORD LORIDA GARDEN
State football team accordingto fumble recoveries, and had FOR ONE YEAR? t'.
an announcement publishedin With some sharp shooting the Est CENTER
one pass interception.Jones Against Baby Indians A. JIM BROWN
the Orlando Sentinel Star A the Union County JV cagers the Tigers started slowly but Y. ERNIE NEVER 539 East Call St.
Jan. 17.ivemp. won both games they playedby gradually moved in front in C GALE SAYEflSi'Ht"'P l ONTROLMMKMC .
a junior.. Vas selected was disappointed that defeating Cross City 70-23 the first quarter by moving to '. PH. 964-5745
to the defensive first senior Danny Hazen did not on Friday, Jan. 16, and easily a 9-2 lead They increased the 1tE's4sAeeJOMSUa
make the all-state
team having started 33 under Hazen's team as defeated Chiefland 54.38 on halftime margin to 24-9 and Complete Professional Pest Control Services
straight games as the Tiger leadership at Tuesday. Jan. 20 with both led 42.19 at the threequartermark.
monster-back. ills 6'2", 180 quarterback the Tigers won 18 games played in Lake Butler .
pound advantage led him to out of 19 regular season games t The 2 wins leave the Baby Sirmones again led the
tackles and won two and lost two during Tigers 56 for the to
102 and assists three season while
fumble the last two seasonal state Perry <1'1 bombs in date Tigers with 20 points

recoveries and 11 breakups six interceptions this playoffs. The only regular another 'long.shot for' two of' his I In the Cross City game the LeAndrew mond Webb Pringle each and had Ray 10 NOTICEREGISTER
loss that 21 ( < iU.
season. season during span "points against KISS Tigers broke open an 8.4 game markers.
8-7 loss to Alachua leading 1 the team to
was an a nurKIII.I by hitting on 22 unanswered
Also a first team selection to Santa Fe in a close 1975 game. 7171h.I.; ....v., points in a row to move to a 30- Indians John McGee in the kept game the with Baby 12
the Suwannee Conferencestars
4 lead midway through the
while David Mathis had

backup, Kemp running served back averaging as a- UC Schools Fin 1 More Federal 58 second i a 38-11 quarter halftime and then margin.The carried points 10 Jesse Blount blocked five TO VOTE

65 yards carry.
touch continued
LAKE BUTLER Amendments application for federal impact shots during the game and
Luke Smith was selected to the second half as the Tigers
to the assistance, which could bring Sirmones had eleven
197576! budget .
the third team on offense, the look a 4b 21 lead into the final
brought another$11.0iH( )of federal the county an additional $4- rebounds.
big gun for the 1975 vile offensive chapter of the game. Registration Books Close For
funds to the Union County 5.(XX) in federal funding this
unit by moving the Score by Quarters
chains almost every time he School Board last week according -. spring At one stage in the last UH5 9 15 IB 12 54Chlelland
carried the ball. He rushed KM to administrative Although appraised at the period VMS hit on 17 straight 2 7 10 19 38Unon
assistant Howard McNeal. value of$(Hnn()(), a 12! Chevrolet unanswered
times in seven games for !1H7 points to lead 6); Hiqh" : Andrews I 102. Smith 03 Presidential Preference Primary
The additional money is i school bus was sold for $:))5l> and
yards or1! yards,, a carry. He 21 finally ended the game 3. Holmes 102.I Prlngle' 4 2 10 S rmones
scored 12 touchdowns( ran for received through the Elementary Johnstown Baptist Churchi with reserves in it as Cross 8420 Dukes 1 11.I Blount' 3 0 6 Webb 5
and Secondary EducationAct : i the only bidder on the bus. 010 Totals 72 10 54Chielland
.; four two'point extras and was the Adult Basic Kduca Expenditures: for the month City the last stanza.only two points in : Granger 1 102. Shepherd 1 JANUARY 24 1976 5:00: P.M.
leading scorer with Hn) points, also 13 I Anderson I 107 Clemonl 1 107Hutson
lion Act and the ( of Ill'ct'mberere ap.
Comprehensive Steve Sirmones bucketed ,
: He is a senior and also made 24 0 2 1.McGee 6017 Bowers 1 7.
Employment: Training proved at the meeting Tues I 17 Totals 166
the all-Suwarmee Conference points in this contest to lead DoCkery 20. Math 3
: Act both through kit-oxer day night Jan. 13. Of the more all scorers, while Ed Smith 38
funds from last year and I than $181,(MM) total. $"101.2 was had U)) points
i Tim MU'iill. senior center through new grants to{ the paid through( lederal support. UHS hit on 32 of 70 shots in S\1CIKYIlUtnl.. AREIIAKMF'.L ELECTION OFFICE OPEN
it I was selected to the honorable school system. Two new teal'l1l'rsl're the contest to completely
i mention Coach Jack Jones The money will be used to i approved for the school s>s-. dominate the !,ame. One test in Germany Saturday January 24, 8:30: A.M. 5:00: P.M..
tern to replace resigning\ instructors showed that of
I indicated McGill was one of implement programs( i smoking
I the steadiest, most consistent for primary grades purchase at Lake Butler Score By Quarters several cigarettes in a closed
performers on the 1U75! team library books and expand' Middle School and Elementary : UHS 20 IB a 2-1 'o room makes the (concentrationof Phone 964-5634
?I This was his only year as a adult basic education School Mrs Janet Jones CC 4 7 10 2 23 nicotine and dust particlesin
i starter but he lettered the last The board also approved I began teaching specific learning
the middle UHS Andrews 102. Jackson 2I I 5 a short timt so high! that
disability at .
two years. ,."'in 010.Holmes 204 Pr,nqle 40 Brmones Neva Flynn
the smoker inhales
: school on Dl'C.7.\ 1B7: and( .,, non as
I > 10 4 24 Read 704. Dukes I I IBloun140 Ii
i r r Mrs Ellen Richter became a i I.Webb 102 totals 32 470 much harmful tobacco as the Supervisor of Elections
full-time speech therapist at CC J rimmonsj 7.A rm"onal I 7i smoker inhales from four, or

i I' {t- ;.. the elementary school on Jan. Stephenson Walker 102.I I 107.McDowell Van Aernan 3 06 Totals I'0 2 five cigarettes.! Bradford County 4112 11-1 1 22

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Ke Haiders on Friday. Jan. 23. "- \,> .riiLa!' %<& 41 Ribbons
Jan. 27. host ,,'.'-sf : .e_' -
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second ranked 2A Milliard .,,,,. "
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slated to begin at 6:30.: l--- 1- 0. yo.9 .
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By Elizabeth Terry Daren Williams son of Mr. DEM.: CIIAPTErt OES Sunday services terminatewith Greater Bethlehem Greater Allen Chapel AME AcudemilIoIIOI'i '''
CIIURCII ACTIVITIES and Mrs. Ronald G Williams Dell Chapter OES will meet Church School 10 a.m. Freewill Baptist Church Rev. Church. Rev. R.G. Heastie college students
Church of God: Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Normanof returned home Sunday from Thursday night Jan 22, at 8p.m. Mt. Moriah! services begin Jasper Williams pastor Tiny pastor. Tuesday night the Three been area named t to I dean's
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser Jacksonville were Saturday Lake Shore Hospital, Lake In the Masonic Hall on with Church School, 10 a.m. Tots rehearsal Monday. pastor, choir, ushers, and have I il'('ulll'gt's
and Brownlee St. All members Morning Worship at 11. All Senior Choir Rehearsal 7:30: congregation rendered ser list oftht'ir respect
vices 11 a.m. 7 p.m. dinner guests of their parents City, after having bronchial are nl l 1117i.!
asked to attend for members are asked to attend Monday. Thursday night vices at Mt. Zion AME for the fall term
Prayer Meeting Tuesday 7:30: ( Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Nor pneumonia for several days. important p.m. Andrews son of
p.m., YPE Friday 7:30: p.m. man, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mrs. Ben McCulley and her business of the new year. Fellowship Hour at Ebenezer Story Hour at the church; Church Green Cove Springs.The Jimmy Joe J.L.. Andrews
Baptist Church 3 p.m. also Ladies Circle meeting, Annual Women's Day Mr. and Mrs. '
Evergreen Baptist: Sunday Norman and sons. aunt. Mrs. Nora Grider of in the
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- Starke, visited her son and CHURCH NEWS: Antioch :.Missionary! Baptist 7:30 at home of Mrs. Allen. will be observed Sunday, Jan. Starke was included\
vices 11 a.m. and 6:30: p.m. Eldon Walker of Harmony, daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. ('hur h, Rev. Dennis Strong Junior Choir will meet Friday. 25. starting with Church fall term dean's list at Fur-
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 Maine spent the weekend Arthur Smith and son Ronnieof St. John's missionary pastor. Church School: 10 a.m. 6\ p.m. Prayer Band meeting School. 10( a.m. Morning man University, earning! a
with his brother and sister-in- Palatka on Sunday. Her Baptist ('llIIr h. Lawtey Rev. Morning Worship at 11. Choir Friday 7:30: ) at home of Mrs. Worship at 11. Mrs. Ethel grade point average ol :3.2:! or'
p.m.Faith Baptist: Radio Pro- law, Mr. and Mrs. Lester other two sons and their families Willie Huffman pastor. Union 3 p.m. Prayer Meetingand Allen. Church School 9:30 a.m. Davenport Bannister, the better on the four point sys-
gram over WPXE Starke 8 Walker and family. gathered for a family din Church School each Sunday, Bible Study each Thur Sunday. Morning Worship at First Lady of Song in lern-
and Mrs. Russel Linesof annual church Jacksonville and outlyingareas At the University of I Florida; .
a.m. Sunday. Bible School() Capt. 10 a.m. Worship Services 11 sday 11, terminating
a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. Valdosta, Ga., spent the ner.Mr.. and Mrs. Ralph Jacobs a m. and 3 p.m. each second ZIO.I'UChurch: : Rev. anniversary. Dinner served Ip.m. will be the morning Lawrence Edward Keep Wi'
t and 7:30: p.m. Prayer meeting weekend with their parents and son Phillip of Gainesville and fourth Sundays. Prayer Richard Bethel pastor Evening Service, 6 p.m. speaker. She is the mistress of and Mrs. Maura Kli/aln-th
Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Bible Col. and Mrs. Wm. Wilson and spent Sunday afternoon with Band meeting, 12 noon Lawtey. Church School 10 True Church of CJod in ceremonies for the Sunday O'Neal were named ti> Ihopresident's
Study. family.Mr. their parents Mr. and Mrs. Monday. Bible Class and am. Morning\ Worship at 11 Unity. Elder Sampson White morning Gospel Show on honor roll for the
Grace United Methodist I and Mrs. James Waters Raymond Bryan. Prayer Meeting combined. with the Youth in charge. At 4 pastor. Prayer Meeting each Channel 4 television. Please fall term, joining HIM! ul' 22-MHi:! !
Sunday 5<'hooI9:45 a.m. Wor- visited Joe Shuford in Baptist Mrs. Robert Lee Mrs. Betty 5:30: p.m. Wednesday. Choir p m. the Philadelphia Baptist Monday 7:30: p.m. Terry come out and hear this gifted students to make all ,\ luring !
ship Services 11 a.m. and 7 Hospital Jacksonville on Tresca and Mrs., Marjorie rehearsal 5:30 p m. Thursday.A Church will be in charge to Service each Wednesday. lady and evangelist speaker. the term.Kncpper .
p.m. Choir Practice 7 p.m. Sunday afternoon.Mr. Whetsel of Keystone Heights business meeting will be terminate Rally Day ac- Friday night Prayer Meetingand There will also be a devotional son orIr! and
and United Methodist Fellow- and Mrs. Jack White of visited their parents, Mr. and held Sunday after morning tivities. preaching. Church service preceding the 11 Mrs. L.P. Knepper ol Keystone
ship 8 p.m. Wednesday. Deland, a retired engineer Mrs. G.L. Peterson at the service. New Bethel and KbpnezrrKaptisl : School, 10 a.m. Sunday. o'clock service with Sister Heights, earned Ji 40
Highland Baptist: Sunday spent last weekend with Mr. Advent Christian Home in The choir Is grateful to Churchr*. Rev. Leroy Worship Services II a.m. and Bannister's Prayer Band in average in junior year classes
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- and Mrs. Milo Smith and Dow ling Park Sunday after everyone who helped make Davis pastor. Prayer Meeting( 8pm. charge. A great day is plannedand in the college of engineeringMrs.
vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. family. noon. the first anniversary a suc and Bible Class combined First Born Church of the visitors are welcome. O'Neal of Kingsli-y
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 Mrs. Harlo Watkins of Jack- ., cess. Wednesday night. Church Living Gal. Prayer meeting Lake. earned a 4.0 average in
p m. sonville was a luncheon guestof * Pleasant Grove and Ml. School \9:45: a.m. Sunday. Tuesday night. Friday night Woman confiding to sophomore classes III l the
:Northside' Baptist: Sunday Mrs. D.R. Brown and Mrs. Minister to bridegroom: :Moriah United Methodist Morning Worship at 11. Terry service. Church School I'riend "The psychiatristtold t college of fine arts at the I'm-
School 10 am. Worship Services Lucille Ivey on Wednesday. "Do you, John promise to Church Parish Rev. Willie BYPU. 5pm. Evening Service 10 a.m. Sunday. Morning me: to share Bill's interests versity of Florida.
and 7 love honor cherish and help Stitt Pleasant 6pm. Worship at 11.Evangelist .
11 a.m. p.m. Friends of Joe Shuford are pastor. Grove but I'm not keen on -- --
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 happy to learn that he was out a little around the house schedule begins with Junior Ebenezer Baptist Church. H.L. Tripp of watching girls in bikinis Treaclitrous i !shoals aroiiiul
until death do part7"H. and Bible Fort Lauderdale will conducta '
pm. transferred from intensive you Choir rehearsal first and Prayer Meeting through a tt'Il'.>copt' ( .11)1| .' Cod hate taken IIIOIT
card to a private room on Sat. Hartin in Ladies' second Monday at 7:30.: Bible Study each Thursday night. two weeks Revival nightly at -Ed Reed. Register and Hum :l.IO< <)) ships N.itioii.tlicogrupliic
Home Journal Church School 10 7:30.: The public is invited to
City ol Lawtey News urday Class 8 p.m. Thursday a.m. Tribune Syndicate (
Officers: Marshall M.M. Fellowship Hour 3 p m. attend. say's- y
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Jordan, Mayor Com
missioner Ben McCulley
Clerk Mrs. Lucille Shuford.
City and Water Maintenance -
and Meter Reader is Loe PROTEIN 21
Dyal. Garbage pick up on west DESITIN _
side of town begins at 8:30: on

Monday mornings.( HAIR SPRAY SKIN CARE


Mrs. Hilda Woodard of j FROM MENNEN LOTION
and Mrs. C.R. Crews
spent the weekend with her ( 1.59)) (REG. 1.99))
in law and Mr.
son- daughter
and Mrs. Tommy Clayton 15 OZ.-LIMIT ONE
their son Tom of Jackson
ville. Saturday Bill Woodardand ,
Mrs. Linda Boatright I SALE
spent the day and all of them PRICE
attended the funeral of Mrs. 0 brotcin DESITIN REFLECTS '
Cola; Clayton, mother of SKIN CARE 10.

ville.Tommy Mr. and('layton Mrs. Waldo, in Jackson Pringleof I4aatatuwl far tP10) 99C 89C LABEL OFF 66'rl

Worthington Springs were LIMIT
dinner guests of their sister. _
Mrs. Pierce Crews on Tues ONE

day.Mr.. and Mrs. David Albert S
and son of Jacksonville were

Thursday overnight guests of /
(heir parE'nls.Ir: and Mrs, R a D Turin on when fruit INTERMATIC
I Milo Smith and family.Mr. O it praatinOruemrr.,
and Mrs. Harry Brow. OKillitmg, nrnncr.. ELECTRIC TIMER
der of Starke visited Mr. and MEuyodda1J168Hut
Mrs. Milo Smith and familylast 24 HOUR CYCLE. TURNS LIGHTS

Sunday.Mrs. ,.?q, ON AMD OFF
Mae Wells and Mrs. PROCTOR #
Ilermie Kelly attended the ...
Retired Teachers meeting at TYLENOL CAVORTS SILEX -- 588 .
Bradford County School j REFUND I
Board Room in Starke at 10 GENERAL .
a m. on Thursday I OFFER :

Miss Elizabeth: Terry I nomniHoifin I MOUTHWASH SMOKE : REG 6 99
visited her sister Mrs. C.E. TOO! FORM I TABLETS lit

Tuesday through Thursday .
called their 100 CT.
They on COUSinS.
Mr and Mrs.( Kenneth Jones O 32 OZ. LIMIT ONE REG $999

Wednesday morning. Their 13.99
great nieces Mrs. Steve Kutch EASY
and Miss Eve:: Fetch of Starke f TO
were their luncheon guests on ErII ATTACHTO 3988 10"TEFLON
Wednesday Mrs. Strickland's AVORIS' C
daughters. Mrs. Joe Bason MOti 89 CEILING FRY PAN
and Mrs Don Parct>lIulzi. Q WITH NON-HEAT

stopped noon. by during the after! LIMIT ONE-KILLS'' ENTERPRISEALUMINUM HANDLE BY g g'

Sincere sympathy of thecnnnnundy ,

is extended to the REG 2 99
family! and relatives of Ivory r MODEL
Thompson who passed awayon
: and Mrs. Virgil GrIffis
and family of Palatka were FEVERTHERMOMETER FORMULA 44 .a. ., --
Sunday luncheon guests( of LOZENGES oc
llit'ir mother. Mrs. :Nellie Wilkinson. 24 CT .
:Mrs I Daisy Boch and LIMIT ONE
I.y I nn
Mrs Km! Moore attendedthe iti MAYFAIRCASSETTETAPE
Evangelistic Conferenceat 4
the :Municipal Auditorium FORMUL RECORDER KEN TECH 420

and 01 Jacksonville Wednesday on Tuesday 44- ( DIGITAL CLOCK
I4 9 REG. $24.95
:Mrs. :'olal'l'lIs and Miss pncurtM1 ypE DELUXE PUSH 24 HOUR ALARM
\rthunnt' Bldnl'hard'Iolted LIMIT Coo 199 BUTTON SOLID 9 SYSTEM.LARGELEAFTYPE
her sister. Miss Kn/.a: Blanchard ONE this 6 dintrtnt, typti STATE PORTABLE 19' Q
of Baker ('ounlvurs.' :; Polaroid film. Electric NUMERALS. q
ing home :Marclcnny on int) ihutttr, built. REG 24 95 REG 12.99
:Monday.Mr in filth, and diHiiMf.OiPREE .
: and :Mrs Harold Eunice:
visited their d..ughlerIrs:
Monnie :Mosk-y' and daughterof 7 DtPREE
I i
t ing.Mrs; Elsie Gorman spent TROCHES '. SPRAY H.lp. blocked TABLETS r'arlgc, TABLETS
the \\l'l'kIth her brother ... This important 1 Gantla' but pottiv rahaf, of
H.DI..n. and
NnufM eon-
law and sister. Mr and MrsA 10 20 Vitamin halpflo ...."burn. Sour ....m.ch..nd D e e e
Cough. Troches j' vo"on cc
,. ,
i ineraaw r. .!.. _.
H Wainwright of Jackson Sag ; 18 i I, Riel S1 n -- CM SAL.
prune to (
Mile She spent the days with I &,T iabbb, I j 1 17 i 129 8
her" mother Mrs Lissie Starling _
al St Vincent's! Hospital.Mr. 89 89 : _
: and Mrs Bruce Boyer /iie' : = iII: ma. 1001:i VITAMIN-E
of Fairfield were luncheon .
guests of their sister Mrs. so' .;. Many.diffarant potancia* and) .....N 01
: via*to chooM from. 1/
Fred :Moore, Monday! DtPREE r' -.. SALE .bAo.m.1 wail "o'.ve. kJ 1 TABLETS
Mr and :Mrs. James Waters 'Il
SUPER HISTA-C ZO8Rphlnr l. Orb. with Iron d"A.d
tJ ooi t, r .4.
P 57I
were Saturday evening '+, 10O, t.li.n ONCE A DAY
of Mr and Mrs. Albert DtPREE I- W100" < --'- .
guests SYRUP or CAPS "- 'OOT.bl lDiPREE
of Lake Geneva. BRONCHIAL .' 'd.vq.IS.4, 1 195 r59 -r- .,b", ,
Sappenfield FRUT-PAK rp: 1t Rn.rlangxtn, OOIU 229
Ir James :Mitchell of Jacksonville haadacn.: Cough. PAIN $29S
who has just SYRUP DM VITAMIN-C rna, ,x nrsrd r..:- --::
returned from Spain spent N.Ipa,..dunCoughs. T"'I.O' [!3 SYRUP S9 ( .... WHEATAVIMS RELIEVER' .
4 FI 0' choota from 100 SFI. ; ,. High" A"Asp.ronl'.p..n ,b.1' ,
Sunday with his uncle and of.R.q .. potvncv vnamm and mm ., BACITRACIN
; MlicvnbyOiPrM.
3159 : .",.. Rq $239 -- r l"o.mu''o.dullt.nclucl' W--
Sir and :'olrs1110: Smith C .
aunt. $239 h/Sf3 in> lh.ldlrlv. REG 100 r.bi.u
and family Another guest of ,,, 4u .J SALE R.g. f OINTMENT

I the Miss Smiths Rebecca I on Sunday Smith was of 114 179 CAPSULES 3,Cipiuln 1 8 7 -. r. < I I T-" A...4. I!!IDiuI.1:: I -t n- 7 99 69 I l li in H.tp.p..n..nl..t'on.minor Cuts. burnt. 'andS III

Mr and Mrs. Byron Phillipsand B COaryla, JIS
rot.1' I
!Mr and Mrs. Coleman I unY.: ; dW' MULTIPLE VITAMINS c 69

Phillips Starke visited their SOME ADDITIONAL DtPREE .r; rorallth.famhr.Muhptarl., 11II,." 500 mj 01 V.t.m.nm
mother. !Mrs O.J Phillips DtPRES DiPREE ,,,.with orono 3 t191y 11.0". C plu SO mcg. ol Loon a I
and !Mr and !Mrs Bill Gaskms COUGH AND COLD SAVINGS' .. '
and family on Saturday QUARTETS qrG Barr VITAMIN-C I i : 449'00hbl.
A..t..1"0." CAnt. St9. 5" r ,pl 2QOTbl.t. 4.58 i 3")
Mr and Mrs Jimmie Craw. TABLETS a.ocng. 19B.1 WITH ROSE HIPS
ford and family of Baldwin ,. a.bv Couqlt Svup 3 o/ ,19 994 = ?
Naips runny no All tha banaMaotVitamin
and !Mrs. Joan Jones and children B.pYhNl Syfiip o/ 19 1 VITAMIN-E
and cough 2a Tab r B.dnnur l SWUM. DM 1.9: 7/: C w th> VITAMIN-B6 CREAM
of Jacksonville spent Ina Rig $1.99 C.ddanCouan5wu.7 oChildren / t I. I 19 Natura't RoN Hp. p CAPSULES (Natural t I) t U.. aMltrnaMy for pana-
SlturdayIth their parents rCoughrm4 6 aCo / 7a9 197 CAPSULES I
:Mr and !Mrs. Leon Wilkersonand 46 1 Smut, P.,M,...Tnar,rtr- VHmqdp..t.. pain;, '....1.down, arth-
family.Mr S./M..d.e., T.{.48 195 tae 18 I of Natural Vitamin C and C", '. v.,,_,. r Irnun dec Tub.qryn .
and Mrs. L.ll. Harper of ::: .Nnl.G Sy mi*3 O/ /a9 t9 mg 100' PEG ALE ........ M Rrq
"ip> HvifrAt OW 3 o/, 179 1 n 123CJ ((3- 347'00C. 1 149 199PEOPLE
Starke were Saturday evening Tr.p "rd.iOMSo 779 I yq U, 1 S9) ;
guests of their parents. !Mr.
and !Mrs Carl Prevatt. SOO ml-100'1 2.99
!Mrs. Claude Rowe was a
Sunday dinner guest of !Mr TRUST ECKERD'S I FOR
I and Mrs. Lonnie Teston.


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'..uary 22, l"! TELEGRAPH Pages

1 Household Hotline by Becky Glebelg! -- Zoning HearingA Clyde John Shaw FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

hearing will be held at the Funeral services were hel<] STAItKE, FLA.
QUESTION: : My twenty a dependent so long as you dependent if you have contributed beetles, meal or flour moths, crack, corners, and surface of regular County Zoning Board Saturday morning for Mr. Sunday school 9:45: a.m.i .
year With oW son is still in college. provide over half of his full more than half his pea and bean weevils carpet the shelves, using 2 percent meeting Tuesday, Jan. 27, on Clyde John Shaw, who diet i Morning worship II a.m.
Ills part time job and support for the year. Support support this year. Becausethis beetles and larder beetles. chlordane, 1.5 percent rezoning two acres of property Wednesday night at hi g! Samuel M. Houch. Synod's
summer earnings, he has includes essentials, such as is a tax deduction that is Most of these pest are introduced diazinon,2 percent malathion, owned by Mrs. Loyree LaNier Raiford home after an ex. Regional Communicator of
made more than $750 this food, lodging, clothing, and often confusing, contact your into your home in or 1 percent Bay!'!on. Use from agriculture to business. tended illness. Jacksonville will bring the
year. Can I still claim him as a medical expenses including local IRS office for detailed Infested food either loose, or caution by covering food The property is located at the Under the direction oi f f message
dependent for tax deduction health insurance premiums. If information. packaged. There is hardly a Items which may be con- intersection of Highway 21 Archer Funeral HOme oi r Choir practice, Thursday,
?(lUr. & Mrs. M. M.) he lives at home, figure QUESTION: 1 have food item which can escape taminated with spray. Allow and Speedville Road. Lake Butler, Rev. C.P 7:30: p.m.
,\\\ "\'tIC: : If he Is a fulltime housing cost on basis of fair discovered hard back bugs in being Infested by some pest if the spray application to dry Durrance officiated at thE.
college student who spends at rental value. To figure your my pantry. They have infested it remains unused and exposed before replacing food items. Johnstown Baptist Churct 1 MORGAN ROAD
least ($ months of the year in contribution, add up the total the flour, cereal, rice in a dark place. In To control food pests, put Alexander E. Powell service, followed by burial i ir I BAPTISTCIIUKCH
college the usual $750 annual cost of his support and decide and have eaten holes through Florida, where conditions are susceptible items in tightly New Hope Cemetery. Road
income doesn't apply. No how much you have provided. some cake mix boxes. I keep suitable, most of the stored covered containers or screw- Survivors include his! Morgan
matter how much money he Even if your son graduated in throwing away these food food pests can reproduce top jars. Do not over stock Services were held SaturdayJan. widow, Mrs. Juanita Shaw olKaiford f Starke, Florida
makes, you can claim him as June, he can still qualify as a items, but still find the bugs. quickly and are active the shelves, inspect products, and 17 for Mr. Alexander ; his mother, Mrs WELCOME
___ ____ ___ clean Powell, who died in Lake
---- u n What kind of bugs are they year round. To rid your pantryof shelves regularly. Uoash Shaw of Brooker; si x t
and how do I get rid of them? these infestations, Florida CAUTION: All insecticidesare Butler Thursday after an daughters, Mrs. Louise i Rev.Bob Cooper, Pastor
(Mrs. D. B.ANSWEUI.) Cooperative Extension poisons. Read the entire apparent heart attack. Stapleton of Jacksonville,
Wayne Douglas There are many suggests you locate the source label, including the small Mr. Powell, a native of Mrs. Edna Wasdin, Mrs.! SUNDAY SERVICES
species of pantry pests that remove and destroy the infested print before opening the Bradford County, was a Doshie Mason, Mrs. Bobby Sunday School 10 a.m.;
infest stored food. Some of the items, and clean container and heed all warnings retired K.E.A. Electrician a Olen, all of Raiford, Mrs. Morning Worship 11 a.m.;
(} Jl:$ most common ones are grain thoroughly all storage areas. and cautions. Store WWI veteran and a memberof Carolyn Fletcher of Lake! Training Union ft:30: p.m.
weevils or beetles, Hour Then, apply a spray to the pesticides in their labeled the F&AM Lodge number Butler and Mrs. Marie An- Evening Worship 7:30: p.m.
aCJ4EULJL containers out of reach of 136 in Dunellon, Fla. drews of Jacksonville; and I WEDNESDAY SERVICE
children. Survivors include two sons three sons, Ralph and Billy Mid Week Prayer Service &
]( ( ] CRABTREE BUILDERSARE QUESTION: "Can you Bishop Powell of Trenton and Shaw of Jacksonville and Bible Study 7:30: p.m.; Choir
suggest the best kind of furnishings A.E. Powell, Jr. of Green Clyde Shaw, Jr. of Texas. Practice 8:15: ..p.m.CHURCH .
for a family that wood, Miss; a sister Mrs. Four brothers, four sisters,
Custom Cutting & Wrapping Of YOU THINKING OF BUILDING A HOME? must move a lot?" (Mrs. L. Pearl Thomas of Lake City; 3-1 grandchildren and five OK
T.) three grandchildren and
great grandchildren also
Your Beef or i ork Give Us A Chance To Bid ANSWER: Concentrate on many nieces and nephews. survive. JESUSCIIRISTOFLATTERDAY SAINTS
underscaled, non-bulky Services were held at 3 p.m.in Mr. Shaw was born in B.SSENTItOAOSUNIJAY

Pork Curing Service We Do The Work Ourselves To Save You Money f flat furniture sofa (in try or to get out an of eight-most !Funeral the Home chapel in Lake of Archer Butler Raiford Bradford community County, living for in the the SERVICES:

buildings !! ) : stackable, with Rev. Raymand Baer
Pork past
For SaleU.S. Priesthood
Sausage Meeting 9 a.m.;
Otis Crabtree Larry Henry foldable, multipurposed officiating. Masonic rites School
conducted at the Fight Leukemia Sunday 10 a.m. ;
301 North of Starke pieces, lighweightas possible;
In South End Of Hammond's Discount House 964.8037 485-1064 storage-wall systems that you gravesite in Mt. Zion :lore and mOle nl"rnallivinl;II: Service 6 p.m.
Cemetery by F&AM Lodge j is being won for leukemia
Phone 964-6991 4tp 1/8.1/29 can arrange in varying patients '"
tfchg combinations; number 52 of Lake Butler. by better drugs and ini. FIRST CHRISTIAN

_. -_u _.. ..__ ____ ......._. .._._._--_._-.______u._____ _________.__.u proved________methods._____of___treatment_... t.. CALL CIIIIUII
ORt Na Don I).Staten,M In Isler
Sunday School 9:45: a.m.
5 OZ. LIMIT 1 Communion and Morning
CLAIROL ARM I REG. 22"-CUT worship, 10:45: a.m. Evening
80Z. VISINE SIZE worship, 7:15: p.m. Youth
REG. SELF-PROPELLED hour 6pm. Wednesdayprayer

LIMIT 2 10' ONE LONG & IN COMET LAWN MOWER meeting & Bible study,
7:30: p.m.
Briggi & Stratton 4cycl -
SILKY ARMDEODORANT CLEANSER coil rtarterrgdiuetr ipin re
/ OZ. PLASTIC to 154" ObituariesFred
to 3"
C'o/' cutting.F0R .


w -- SCENTED & UNSCENTED e $ C. Klein

;; ARM \, Freddie Charles Klein,94, of
7. Vising SH.aYHgar. iJ 1016 Butler Road, Starke died
19 Sunday, Jan. 18, in Bradford
89 I I County Hospital after a long
69 illness. A retired painter, he
had lived in Starke for the past

I'U "-w' REG. 139.88 18 years.
There are no known sur
''unn cn vivors.

Funeral services were held
at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the
ELECTRIC TRIMMERgeared graveside in Crosby Lake
Cemetery with Rev. LeRoy
to give e Olive officiating. UeWill C.
opener and a safe too, smooth edge. Handy bottle FLAVOR HOUSE \ & GRASS EDGER Jones Funeral Home was in

PILLOWS BUNCHEDPEANUTS charge of arrangements.
MOUNT FoR flavor OZ.-LIMIT 2 Beulah I. Kelly, 84, of
REG. 2.98 V:0 5 HOI Starke, died in the Bradford
o _. .d \ County Hospital last Thursday

.. REG. afternoon Jan. 15, following a
,. i -00 1.091'+' 69 .. DAIWASPINHIHG/ lingering illness. K.K '
1 199 AND ROD INSTANT'6488 A lifetime resident of
r' REEL Bradford County, Mrs. Kellywas
I ffi" POLYESTER STOP/START born in Starke on Jan. 16,
MOMENTARY 1891. She was the widow of
HONEYHOREHOUND 9 SWITCH Allen Kelly and a member of '.?
REG.11 99 99 the Bayless Highway Baptist :'
:: UL. .' Survivors Include .
i a. v...
60Z APPROVED 1 ir: CONVENIENTEXTENSION daughter Mrs. Lillian Conner' 4'
CAULKING BAG. t of Starke; two sorWY ,J R.,
SHORTS I I REG. STEEL TENNIS Kelly of SIB rke and IlB; -
CORD of Gainesville; four-brothers':
I COMPOUND ,, STORAGE Cawley Crosby of Worthington
3 F R Ittt RACKETRENUZ1T Springs, Lester Crosby Oscar
! FITS 8'1f A Crosby and Floyd Crosby all
REG 8 IN. X 50 FT of Starke; one si&Crf" :Mrs..
SIZE' CAULKINGGUNS 44 3 99 2 SOLID AIRFRESHENER TRS 8000 88 GARDEN Annie Alvarez of Starke, 11)
r\ 7 grandchildren and 15 great-
REG 65' 1 REG. 9.99 grandchildren.
HOSE Funeral services were held
6 OZ Sunday afternoon in the
$.1 fie111' REG. ..RININnestn.hRt.IC1..1K1A1ID WltiHI (OR sun POTrtB'O'II AM CONTROL' Bayless Highway Baptist
18 INCH DIAMETER AQUA KLEAN itA/if-- 59' :mm ntoii immuneOtllllf REG. Church with Rev Dave
IKOMTtl UIMI IAI 4.99'BB $99
r 38 Medeiros, Rev. DeBart
-Q GRILL IIIIIIIi I \' ['JC-v 5 GAUON CMMIIV AQUA Kit/111/ j ALL-PUR105E MADE FOR FLA. Quarles and Rev.
'IOW'A' tana WET OA SRI CLIMATE J.D. Robinson officiating.
REG. 4 69 CHOKE ON REG 1 39 arrangements.


3883688 & 1L'AY! 99 REG. 588 Bettye G. Roller, 51, of
Ills \ REG. 199 69 7 88 Lawtey, died Thursday night
400 Jan. 15 in the North Florida
Regional Hospital in
Gainesville following a long
Born in Quincy, Florida on
r t TuT Feb. 24, 1924, Mrs. Roller and
her family had moved to
ADDITIONAL Lawtey in October 1972 from
De Pree SAVINGS PHOTO' OFFER Hollywood, Florida. She was a
CHIP member of the United Churchof
Christ of Hollywood.
REG, SALE Surviving is her husband,
A 10M UnhWM. 100' 511!> 5169 George W. Roller; one
A 10M UnI. Nalwals' 100', 198 159 +s daughter,Carolyn V. Roller of
61100M4 100. 21 161B d Lawtey; two sons: Jeffry
6 50 mg 100' 398 298 \
612 100m.q 100 398 299 Roller and George Roller,
B Comll'n' wlC T db.40, 298 219 both of Lawtey; two sisters:
,, TRIPLE ANTIBOINTMENT B Compln wlC labs 200' 99' 139 Film Prints Kodak Film Mrs. A.W. Freeman of Ft.
q' 1 4,1s DmaIPlm' .Dha.Cap' 150' 395 197 Lauderdale and Mrs. W.B..
I When
7 .i you pick up yourdeveloped
S ., iii G.rgardrapwtn, 150 895 669 Get l an xlra sit of print film and Collins of Inverness.
8(15' 100. 119 88t
? With lhNantbacl.ralla. Nacu TAb 1O0Mg with vary roll of
250. 59' 449 prints, buy two rolls of Funeral services were held
ortdiarttt 10 halp fight aoaminIvclion Ob w.h loon
1 oftar* found with P ntothsmc AmA 100 2 19 159 color I or black and Kodocolor or block Monday afternoon in the
NATURE minor cutt and abrasions. TH.ugard.MTam200s 895 669 whIt. film. developed and white film for the DeWill C. Jones Chapel in
I Whu'.eo'' El,... Pne, 339 259 and Starke with Rev. Lawrence
J PIS I% 107 Siie Wh..lacot Tdbt 40" 298 229 prinl.d regular price of one ., .
vi0'io.v' oranl Wh.atacolTabs. 200 895 597 TODAY AND EVERYDAY TODAY AND EVERYDAY Huntley officiating.
> d | 'V, OZ. Vumn C'.An w/Vdamms Cremation followed
**- > A '" o. 98t 79t
:' Go P De Cr am 1' 1 29
TABLETS # : 81 /O' m
NULLO GePanG.13 99t
>.. ...( Tu LN38of 19t 59t
SKIN; CARE: .. AalurdwaytoNib, eon- f'r + PRICES
1 119 1 39tbabtorPh
'a' T P 0 20' Omment o.
Skin Oil for ml'um' trot breath and body odors.So
Whlatat0l r T"III., Anh. 6lus 269 194 GOOD
om lfl. o< wry.ao iafa, to cnrtain. Th. formula
Skin, anargy, vtarinf AnSI 0,..."..Comll Sur 159 119
or Cr.m.ga/ rich in vitamin' *. ,
fwltnaka-u "''-' 1\10-\ 2S "L non and oihar minaralf. Am' T.nllon TAb'45 199 147 THRU ;
oi. Tu.... RaN' ::: :: Chargr.401 149 119 .c3W
S289 69 dp" 6 01 lie I 39 SAT I
99 CREME w 129 OIL Baa A.maEV.Tabt48s 19'1149
1 Rig. ( B.tj. = 3 *O8THERAGARDS Er. Drou. 1 01 1 S9 139 DAILY 9-9
12.9& $495 Thera c..dd'' Caw 60 s 169 1 99 SUN 9 e

I g:Pun PaTab: Tabs+ 36 77 : 188 119 1 3t: LISOME 'ITEMS I

VITAMIN CREAM P.... To. 201 145 SUPPLY hallttone
18979 The largest on
A balancad combination of R SciiP TABLETS PIUR".C.4", 3 U9
Prmnot.i IIMNXB M dun record In the U.S. measured
a vitimina and minaiaU in IA1llIS R.cut Omtme..t 1 nr 129 gilt
tl_, .. helps kMD'Vour -.l' MiarapMitie ttrangtli.Bonla i iof II I Thaa., .,tafelatt. aro affective R.eld'' SYpmaun'' 12, I 69 17 r :) {;1, 17 inches around andit
wintar' tam from drying. Nanaddictive.Bortla
......'''.and clHflnf. lOOTablata. Rpe'' 5"1111"" ""'" ''I. 29'1 227 : : : QOQ; weighed 1 1/2 pound
Rp. .0 ol 10 slrnpnq: : Tahlrh: : 20 : 99e ;: according to World Book

1 127 116' ..y./ J 3 b9 Rag.S4 .9 ary 229 si\. 1110.110 T....;oae"5'' ;4m ; 06 t GOOD ONE WEEK Encyclopedia.
'- 2_ o.!ut.. ..,..J' i ,
Thun Ian 22 Thru Wed Jan 28
Many actors believe that if

PRICES OVIK TWO MILLION LAST t 831 S. WALNUT ST. STARKE I somebody wishes them good
PRESCRIPTIONS MONTH ALONI! luck, they will have bad luck!



: 10 'II'I.I'IOIC1'11: : ..l.iniiai22.. Itin!


Union Raiding Parties Visited New Doctor

I To PracticeIn

Starke Area During Civil War L. ButlerLAKE


,4 BUTLEK-A new

Slarke was an infant town at and Reconstruction Days in eat. Let me know soon." It is doctor decided last week to

beginning!!of the Civil War ... Florida," which says that presumed that this is the same begin( practice in Lake Butlerin
having just obtained its first A BICENTENNIAL FEATVKEtransportation "Dr. William Hollmgsworth Hollingsworth as mentioned in preparation for reopening(
post office in 1857 four years was attacked at night in July the paragraph above. of Union General Hospital
before secession came in 1861. (!:: home by regulators because of Capt. J.C (John Charles) tit Eugene llardval.
Before the first railroad was his anti-southern views." Dr. Richard, who came to Starke
built through here in the late provided by Hollingsworth was an early from Middleburg in 1857 as a Dr. Maurice L. Jewell, a
1850's the area was inhabited the railroad. resident of Starke, but it is not partner in the general merchandise general{ practitioner and
mostly by Indians and a few known who the "regulators"were. store. Richard & 7rL surgeon from Kissimtnee. will
early settlers who worked Little is known about the Pace, played a prominent part open practice Feb. 2 at the
t timber or !grew cotton. This Civil War period because the locally in the war being cap- King Memorial Office
had at that tain of an infantry Building where he will have
region was described then as town no newspaper Starke did not bear the company
"a vast and unbroken pine time, and all we know is brunt of the war directly astht' hich he is said to have helped office hours four days a week.
gleaned from a few brief men of battles skirmishes organize.
forest where deer bear wildcat scene or Dr. Jewell's office will be
and the stealthy panther tions in books and letters but there was undoubtedly -
There is a story that needing to patients Monday
written at that time. suffering because
roamed at will. There was nota
to return to his home here Tuesday Wednesday and halfa
of the of food and
single! house worthy of the Not in Florida shortage each week
everyone was for some purpose, he campedin I- day Thursday
in what is the other supplies, as reflected in
name now cor- in favor of secession, and the
the woods just east of Alligator L until the hospital opens
letter written William
porate limits of Starkeonly a a by L
controversy divided friends Cieek. being afraid to llardval said. The doctor will
few little shanties" occupied by and families here no doubt Hollmgsworth to his wife. cross over into the village return to the Jewell Clinic in

railroad hands. just as it did in other parts of Jan Nancy il,1862.from in Fort which Clinch he on because of possible Union Kissimmee each weekend to

By t the time of the Civil War the state. "I want you lo let me know says raiding parties. During his phase out his practice there.

however, the town had startedto One instance of this is mentioned how you and the children are stay in the woods Negro
!glow, thanks to improved in the book "Civil War getting along for something to slaves are said to have carried Would You Believe ? Target date for opening the
food to him across the creek 25-bed facility is April I I. as
Dr. Jewell and Dr. Vladimir
Capt. Richard and three of Holowatts of Lake Butler have
I his \ cry! ilrlcriniiiril-liHikiiitt. \\'lIIlclllI"">hrcn hliivkiiigCiitii'I'll Slrrrl traffic his brothers
Point of view Battle of fought in the kill 'Ii'.',, iinI I when his |>i lmr\\if ..1II11'1)"cI| | l some :Sllor (ill)ears! a 110. The view looking! smith agreed to be the two licensed
Olustee the '
. to
bloodiest largestand \\uh the iriiri'il-in ci\| park. on I the left.ote: citm, field un the right, just mirth of site mm '*'. physicians necessary apply
Florida. On Feb.encounter 21, lHi4( he in rupied| l h\ lli'iiilfmd. Two other cows |peacefully, graIn the for licensing of the hospital.

wrote to his wife from Olustee hoe kl.\l'lIIlIlIl.\ Union County Health OfficerDr.

Short Station in what is now Baker Fawzia Shehata has
on SpecificsPresident County; operated the Union General;

outpatient clinic since Jan. 5
"Dear Wife: The enemy with regular office hours of to
came in force yesterday and County Agents 't By a m. until 6 p.m. Monday
Ford's State of the Nation to have confidence in the sincerity of we met them (one and a half through Friday and II a rri.

address :Monday night was an obvious their leaders, when expenditures such as miles of 1 this place. Their force BobbyTaylor until noon on Saturday A
these are disclosed almost daily. was much larger than ours, Notebook registered nurse Roberta A.
to instill confidence in himself
attempt but we whipped them badly Kuhlman. began assisting( IT.
and the policies he says have made Our Battalion distinguisheditself Shehata on Monday. Dec 12
things "better" during! 1975. Another weakness in Mr. Ford'saddress and was complimentedon

was the absence of any specific the report filed by the commanding All poultry producers who Florida, will review the 2 cents to 20 cents per bird per A luncheon was held last

While emphasizing the signs that indicate plan for ;accomplishing his objectives. Asstln1l'Onl' general. have caged bird operationsare breeding habits of the housefly year. Saturday in honor of Dr
remarked encouraged to attend avery and will propose methods Shehala and two !New York
has even a faulty
an improving economy, he was "The light lasted about or important meeting next to control sudden outbreaks of 2)) Weekly clean-out of doctors in town for the
careful not to overstate the improvement plan is better than none at all. Mr Ford near four hours and night put !Monday night January 19. at flies on poultry farms. manure under cages. weekend to express interest in

or promise too much in the way of pointed to "new directions" but providedus a stop to our pursuit Our loss 7'111; ) p.m., in the Agricultural opening practice at the
economic good news for the months with no map for getting there. Leadership was about !50() killed, and Budding on North.; ::10I) in !Mr. Les Kalch Extension 3)) Automatic space sprayer hospital.
that periodically releases
is what is needednot rhetoric.In among them some good offi Starke Poultryman also from the
ahead. cers. Wounded\ about :!(lKI.) We University of Florida, will pyrthrins around the cages at Nearly 50 area residentswere
have killed and taken about Jack Trawick. our County discuss the four basic methods a cost of 12: cents per bird per present to meet Dr. and

But the speech came through as "run the meanwhile, two other candi: 1.1X10) Yanks. white and negro. Sanitarian, will discuss health of fly control for poultrymen.These year or, Mrs.-Dr. Enesther Sagullo.. of

of the mill"... long on rhetoric and shorton datesone a Republican and one a We captured a Iso six pieces of and sanitation regulations for include: 4)Blologlcal) 1 and Tuxedo Park, New .York
and Mould without Dr. Phil during their visit lo Lake
poultry producers.
Democrathave had the termerity to mechanical control
specific plans as to how he intends to doubt, have captured the most Koehfer, Extension Entomologist 1)) Chemical control by using a Butler. Dr. Sagullo is a
accomplish his goals{ To the casual listener come up with some specific remedy for orthl''nl'l11\ we had had two at the University' of spraying and baits at a cost of and parasitic wasp on fly larvae general practitioner and

it seemed little more than a the ailing Republic.1'heir plans may be hours more: da>light. None.; of regularly rotating at a cost of manure 2 cents surgeon and Mrs. Sagullo is an

warmed over and somewhat updated rehash Hood or had, but at least they have m.v: company was killed or per bird per year. anesthesiologist. Both are
of his 1975 State of the Nation added interest!' to the otherwise dreary mortally wounded, Tom licensed to practice in Florida
Durden severely wounded in FORESTRY The and cons of each and have expressed hopes of
address with a few references to the Bi i1 presidential primaries. hot I'l'I'rDtol'S the same by Terry Reedy method pros will be discussed in opening an office in Union

('t'ntt'nnial't'ar; thrown in to make it Calvin Dees slightly in arm IN BRADFORD COUNTY County Forester detail with results of each County during March.
1 current.Mr. Sergent Shriver. I'or instance, calls for (Chestnut! slightly and sev system explained to our
1.6 million public service jobs next year, t'l'alnlh'rs slightly. I I. as wellas growers. They will be encouraged Following the luncheon at
stimuli to the that Job. Hartley: and ,Iaspt'r1II'I'e to adopt one or a the Lake Butler Community
plus varying economy
Ford said the people were losingconfidence not touched. I Center the doctors and guests
in big! government, big! business would create 1.9 million more new job thanklul that we suffered feelery so Southern Itagmg California wildfires in established new grass in time.can't get combination their farm of to these avoid systemson critical were led through tours of the

big{ labor organizations, and big openings. He suggests the temporary little. disasterous this proved problems with flies in our hospital by former auxiliary
education, and called for economies that tax cut htt''ltt'ndt'dt least until the end year What caused the firestorm- area. members and attended a

would make possible a $10 billion tax of 197(5.() and that further tax cuts be (con Some of the boys have Yankeeovercoats. The mighty Santa Ana s? How did these three raging display and lecture by the
ca'ps. canteens, There have been Union County Rescue Unit.
torments get started? One some
Winds roared off the desert
sidered. He wants tax credits for additional -
cut. etc Some good blankets
of flies
cause was said to be Arson in some
private employment to supple !Many little things taken this floor putting hot dry air ;
across the chaparral country the work of a person who sections of our county in the
But there is little indication that theseeconomies ment current tax incentives for the purrchase paper and envelope among sucking the moisture out of actually enjoys watching fire last several weeks. Looks like

are being put into effect in his ; of new machinery :and equipment. them the air and life burn. Other fires were the cold weather we have had W U151B JW
hillsides believed would have frozen these
to be
caused pests
administration with the recent announcement I write, but fear jou will notjt't in its path. The about by
carelessness or at least held their
that the If the Shriver plan worked, as he outlines it. Love lo all. Do write Los Angeles were tinder dry sparks from a
Pentagon spends to campfire perhaps. reproduction to a minimum OPPOO
often. dangerously succeptable 3 a
$1119: million per year to maintain 3,011 it would bring in vast new taxrevenues JohnMrs erupt into flames with the first Apparently, the housefly is a
military golf courses at bases around the from the newly employed, spark. California may be a long very hardy insect (that can William
: Rebecca Griffis, who from Florida. We don't withstand adverse weather
of 'whom draw way '
most unemploymentchecks
world and the Air Force spent over now died t'V<'I'al'l'aI'S: ago. at the !Most people became have hot dry winds to ignite chemicals) and many other Veterans Service Officer
&J1H.OOO: l () on a Texas bombing range toestablish { and are a burden on the Treas ago of over Km. told how a cautious with their cigarettes. such disasters. So why should attempts by man 'to rid

a fishing and hunting resort for ury. The result, he claims, would be an band of Union troops' came They burned leaves with the we be concerned?...Because himself of this important pest.

high ranking officers These expenditures increase in net spendable\ income of 22 through Ihl't'W; River area utmost of care. But, with all we have a yearly dry This means we must continue The U.S. Army has taken a

come from the defense budget per cent over a four-year period. New looking. lor horses Accordingto that caution fire still broke period...Because we have to try all acceptable methodsto dramatic lead in easing the
her story farmers had out. many acres of woodlands that keep the housefly under transition to the civilian
which we are told is "dangerously low." income tax revenues, he !says, could word in advance that the are overgrown with brush control. market for its departing

make possible a balanced budget with a raiders were coining! and hid Pushed by those hot, from years of improper personnel with the introduction

In his own b.iliwick, the White House.Mr. surplus by January 1980. their horses in a nearby blustering winds fire leapedup care...Because we have many Having a housefly outbreak) of a "job bank"
express: bay It was henceforth and over the mountain tops homes scattered .throughout does not necessarily mean our referral
: Ford
recently appointed Rogers called Yankee Horse completely out of control. the woods in our poultry producers have letdown
:Morton to the staff in effort This may or may not be a good 1 plan- efforts,,
an to help Pond People living in those areas area...Because we, too have in their One of The job bank information
overcome :Mr. Ford's difficulties as a but at least it IS a plan. :Mr.\. Reagan has Another story has it that were completely at the mercy pyromaniacs the mad the biggest reasons we are which will be on microfilm,

candidate for the Presidency. Even the one tOt), though highly controversial.If some turpentine operators' : in of nature. Hundreds of people firebugs., ..Because we are now having a few' problems is will list employment opportunities
had to evacuate their homes do that our best pesticide used as
people and we get t the
chairman of Federal throughout(
Hi-publican the this vicinity: hearing of the
bait and for flies is
Elections Commission openly questioned Mr. Ford wants to capture the imagination raiders' approach drained leaving thousands of firefighters careless. That's why we a the spray market. no U.S.. and is being placed at :205!
to battle the blaze in a should be concerned.So longer on
:Mr. :Morton $44,600 from of the voters, and provide some their resin nlf in vats into a Army installation in Kurope.:
paying; tax desperate attempt to stop the the Far East and in the United
funds to engage; in partisan politics. needed\ leadership, he, too, must come nearby\\\att'r.pond Being lighter spread of such a fire breathing what can be done to This means that our States.
than the ,resin hooted
producers must consider all
with something more "tangible than dragon. reduce the dangers of fire? Be
up on top and was \recoveredalter careful! the different methods
)How ('anlr: Ford expect the people he did Monday night. the raiding! party left After the tremendous efforts available and select the dated These job banks are up-
of man coupled with -Don't let jour brush pile combination that will cost the monthly and are a
Another ivlerence in "Civil Mother Nature's saving rains, burn unattended.Put least and do the best job for result of the cooperative efforts -
War and Reconstruction inFlorida" of the Army and the
the forward
finally stopped him under his
I tells of a column of movement of the hungry your cigarette out, Veterans Employment Ser-
New Voter Interest Federal troops from Baldwin monster in quest of food don't just throw it out.Landowners viceof the U.S. Department of

heading southeast on August( (limber, brush homes), Flies are not the only insect Labor.
should start
17. 1BH4 They made a night
people were able to look about that have caused
march to Starke. according to control burning when pests many l Each month job bank
Brisk registration! in recent weeks at determination of voters to help elect this report and "set fire to und assess the damage. necessary to reduce tho: problems and a lot of concernin openings are presented in two

the :Supervisor:; of Election's office in the better' men to office in view of the railroad cars and warehousesfull Many homes were burned to hazard.If the last year or so. Mole formats. One is based on

(courthouse indicates a growing intereston Watergate; scandals in Washington, and of supplies and promptly" the ground. Thousands of you see somebody start a crickets, cutworms fire ants, love armyworms occupation.location, and the oilier! is on

the part of voters in their go\ern- the disturbing happenings in pushed on In Gainesville. acres of timber and chaparralland fire, report it to the police. bugs and many other

men), and the officials entrusted to run Tallahassee, where several cabinet This may have been the were stripped of all Fire is a helpful tool when destructive insects have been Of the 341.000 persons
t it. members and other officials have !been same raiding party describedin vegetation. The wildlife survivewas used right. Fire is a dangerous almost uncontrollable with separated from the military
a letter from ('01. \\m R. fortunate enough weapon when mixvfd.Lets our present chemicals and last year 240.000 came from
forced to i from office, placed on lett homeless. The
!Noble; Union officer writingto cultural practices.. This is the Army alone. Recognizing
There were 6,086 qualified' voters on trial, and some actually sentenced to his commanding officer on coming rainy season will have a good fireless occurring at the same time that a job is often the major

the registration books last January and prison for their wrongful, acts in office. Sept 4. 1BH4 The letter was produce tremendous floods if fire season. that many of our best obstacle in making a smooth

although 908) names were removed in written from :Magnolia! a pesticides are banned and transfer from the military to

the annual "purging" last fall the total >We would like to think, too, that apart point on the St Johns River, taken off the market. I hope civilian life the Army was the
just above (Green Cove School Fence Lowered that happy medium will soon first to participate in the
has already, climbed back to 6,019 thesuperi.nr's of this interest in registering and ,
: Springs! and tells of marching be that will be ac- National Alliance of
office rt'ports.'ith a presidential voting! is due to a renewed spirit of down the railroad from Baldwin cepted by our environmentalists Businessmen's veterans

election and a "big" county elec- patriotism and interest in governmentdue ; and camping about two But Costs Look HigherFencing who are employment seminar, a

tion coming up this fall, it is expectedthat to the Bicentennial observance that and a half miles east of Starkeat looking far down the road and program designed to help
a fork of the roads near making decisions on veterans and departing
the voter registration list will soar has made us all more aware of our Sand Hill Lake ,mow called planned for four tect Craig Salley told the probabilities or possibilities, servicemen make informed
to new heights by that time. :Nation's: proud history, and great future. Lowrv Lake in the Camp Bradford County schools was board. A total of 3.962 feet will and our food producers who career choices.
Blanding reservation) unanimously lowered from six be needed to complete the job. know that we could starve in a

Steady growth of the county is one But whatever the reason, it is a to five feet by the school boardMonday Original estimates of the matter of a few years without The Veterans Employment
reason that .accounts for the brisk and would like "We sent out during the night, although bids fencing proposed at theboard's some sort of chemicals for Director is Larry L. Bayer,
registration healthv to
sign/ we night several scouting parties.One cannot be let until cost insect control to enable food 313 SE 2nd Ave., Gainesville.
with Bradford's population now remind voters that 5 p.m Saturday Jan. of them visited the residence estimates can be made. four feet December meeting at production efficiency. FL 3260 I,

estimated in excess of 16.000 gain of :24. is the deadline for registering if you of Dr McCrae a bitter foot ora was project$2.75 total per of running about

about 2,000 since the 1970 census. want to vote in the March 9 Presidential' ,rebel and gathered his horses Bradford Charles High School Francis prin. $7.000. If recent estimates of
Preference Primary.: Don't neglect this and stock. the letter states. requested the lower fencing, $3.50 per foot mentioned by
"In the
But there may be other reasons for opportunity) to participate in the nomination made him morning a further after visit, and we which is also planned to go up board member Arthur Fly Control Techniques

the increase. One of these may be the of our Nation's leader. burned a large amount of at Starke Southside and Gaskins are correct, the pro- I
Brooker Elementary Schools, ject will cost the board almost
cotton 4.000 pounds. $13.000. Be Discussed Monday

This scant information is "Students took a definite Funding for the fencing will
ORloq enough to show that Starke offense to a six-fool fence, come from a $48,000 loan borrowed Techniques of fly control in conjunction with health
c and surrounding area were said BHS Coach Mike Sexton for the purchase of new will be presented Monday department sanitarians Jack

4 1 not entirely untouched by the indicating it" was "institu school buses, a project aban- night at a special meeting Trawick and Darrell O'Neal
miliijF war The Telegraph( would tional height. doned when the double routing between owners of cage-lay and county agriculture agent
Mcwur V4 appreciate hearing from any system went into effect last ing hens, the Bradford County Bobby Taylor.
y4 one who has further information Slicing a foot off the fence fall. Health> Department and the
OCR O concerning( this period in height "sill save the school Bradford Agriculture Depart The meeting, scheduled for
ors the Bradford board fifty cents to a dollar ment. 7:30: p.m. Monday at the Agriculture -
'Af"/0'" BOa G FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER County area. per running foot school architect building on north US-
Publishers Craig Salley told the Internal-revenue agent to Poultry management 301 in Starke is the result of an

Published each Thursday and entered as second Class Matter at the Post OffICe at Starke. Fla under Act An estimated 200,000 board taxpayer: "We try to be specialist Les Kalch and ento- increasing problem with flies
of March 3. 1879 per lenient, sir, but we can't mologist Dr. Phil Koehler of among local poultry farmers
sons the U.S. rely on bat the University of Florida will Trawick
foot said.
Slicing a off the fence allow this one-dollar
Subscription trade area' 16 S3 50
rate in per year; si*months
tery-powered electronic pace height will save the school payment to the tooth fairy as present techniques developed All
$7 local
Outside ladear8a $4 00
per year: u>months. for owners of
makers, implanted in the body, board fifty cents to a dollar a medical deduction! Bradford poultry farmers layers cage
o' rw,4 fiYS are
"""" Starve. Fla urged to attend1'aa
to regulate: their heartbeat DC .nning foot, school archi- Lichty. Publithin-Holl.


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January n.1976 TKLKCHAPII Page I 11 I



Jeannette ARBOR OBSERVED DAY Prescott I p 1 I 0

An Arbor Day program was
held at the school on Friday, p
Jan. 16, with Terry Reedy, ,
County Forester, as guest
speaker.. The program In-
cluded various Scripture StiF
readings, poems, and songs.
The Junior Woman's Club of
Starke donated an elm tree,
which was planted along with '
several pine seedlings, contributed -
by the Division of Forestry


Mr and Mrs. Hayward Lee
of Gainesville, announce the SUPERBRANO USDA INSP.
birth of a daughter, Latain W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE
Elaine,.on Thursday,Jan.8, In FRESH FLORIDA J OR. "A" F1A. ALL WHITE
Shands Hospital Gainesville. S LARGE EGGS CHUCK ROAST
Paternal grandparents are INDIAN RIVER c '
Mr and Mrs. IW Lee of po
Gainesville, and maternal WHITE OR PINKGRAPEFRUIT' Qtl,5
grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs George Tststone, of
Brooker ;
Sympathy is extended to the !
family of Clyde Shaw on the r DOZEN 6398c
loss of their loved one, who
resided at Raiford. Funeral -ft-
services were held Saturday,
Jan. 17, at 11 a m., with inter.
ment in New Hope Cemetery. -89 &TAR-KI&T
Local survivors include his w! E
mother, Mrs Doash Shaw, h (LIGHT CHUNK _
and a brother, Harley Shaw, y
Mr. and Mrs Ronald Wig-
gins and sons, Ron and Mark, 1 Mayonnaise ,
of Gainesville, visited their f MAYONNAISE W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Law.
rence Wiggins, last Sunday. FLORIDA SIRLOIN STEAK
Mr. and Mrs A.1. (Kasty) ilL TEMPLE (r.
Mann visited their brotherinlaw -
John Freeman, and family '
in Hawthorne Sunday. Mr. y4, ORANGES 1 \
Freeman is ill and needs our i "

prayers Pitt Baxter was rushed to "it$188
Bradford County Hospital in
Starke last week after suffer
ing a heart attack. '
Sympathy is extended to the 8ge limit 4 withS7.3Or limit I with$7.SOr
family of Freeman Mann 41, mere purchcoe
of Winter Haven, who was a mere purchase
victim of an auto accident His FOR excluding far-Kist I cigarettes excluding T-BONE STEAK . .. $1 l 98
father was the late Alex cigarette*
Mann and they were former
residents of Brooker, moving
away in 1941. Interment was FRESH FLA.
Ilainos City Cemetery Surviving YELLOW CORN
are his wife, Betty, two .
children and his mother Several DRINKS .
of the Mann family attended A e .
their cousin's funeral. I .

!''f I 8 9ge \ h';;;. ...;". $1 19
Brownlee Road
; El.
f $1 3 $1' r -
Repaving Bid Let 1 ears 1 0 ; j 1- i :

.TALI AHA9iSEk. 'J'liLoqState y Rw y
Department of Transportationon
Dec. 17 opened bids
totalling $$17,172.681 including THRIFTY MAID
a project in Bradford AIL GRINDS STEW MEAT
: '
The Bradford County FAB -a. ASTORCOFFEE
project involves 9.013 miles of K' /
resurfacing existing
pavement with a type two DETERGENT'
asphalt concrete leveling and 4
type two surface treatment on C
SK-229 (The Brownlee Road) 49i.. BOX t-LB. CAN gpzwmytoCfifr
from SR-16 in Starke northwesterly
to the Union LB.
County line.Ashland GAL
Oil, Inc. of
Cambridge, Massachusettswith
headquarters in 1 _
Jacksonville was awarded the
project with the cost ASTOR FROZEN 1 USDA GRADE "A" QUICK FROZEN '
'estimated at $'J8,854 M

SES Learning limit with7.SOr limit 1 with$7.3Or ,
mere purchase mere purer!
With Zestby IE:1.1. excluding r1'lll .
) cigarette* a ..

Sandy IalsW15130 C
: '
At Starke Elementary Cafe- | 32-oi.
torium on Dec. 9. 1975 Mrs. CAN TOMATOPASTE LB'L 2
Kittles and Mrs. Wtute's sec. OLD MILWAUKEE PLEASEBEEF
tions of 4th grade presented to
the PTA a musical program = SAUCE BEER
entitled "Peace On Earth.
The students performed and MORTON W-D BRANDFRANKS
conducted themselves beautifully BEANS aV FRANK, WESTERN R. UP 112 OZ. BOTTLES :..

who .participated A special thanks to all SALISBURY, MEAT LOAF $ 6 PACK e t ,\ Vio '

The stage was decoratedwith C
handmade wreaths live DINNERS 88 \
and 8-aa. 12-os.|
cuttings pyrocantha
potted poinsettia plants. CAN PLUS DEP CAN h
Participants were: First 9C
and second narrator: 'I "
George Naturck and Donna I '
Newman.. :'P 2 $1 PKG.

Spirit of Peace: Jennifer :..----- --- -
Pat-a-Pan: Myra Cummings -
Lisa Williams, Elaine ,:
Searcy, Melissa Griffis, HUNT'SKETCHUP '
Michele Brown, Becky Para- / FRESH PORK
.more, Debbie Allen Susan
Griffis and Laura McRae. HARVEST FRESH ,LA. CELLO I W,._ son

'"' O Queen Holy: Angela Night Sapp: Rhonda Carrots . 2 O.29c: CENTER CUT
'Hutcheson. Jankea Green HOOD 4 i. BOTTLE 32x.. BOTTLE Rib Chops . LB. $179,
Karla O'Neal.
Twelve Days of Christmas: Orange Juice 3 CTNS.32.01. $1 () CENTER CUTLoin
Theresa Ricks Karla O'Neal, Chops $189
.Jienkes Green, Rhonda Hutch- MORTON SUGAR N' SPICE LB
eson, Tammy Stewart. Sherry 1
"So"! 79C lOIN BLADE
Barr, Lisa Blackshear and Donuts . .
Gwendolyn Jackson AUNT JEMIMA BLUEBERRY Cut Chops . LB $159Waffles.
Christmas Is Here Again/( : 1
Sherry Brown, Susan Griffis, . PK0. 59e lOIN BONELESS
Michelle Brown Becky Para- Limit with S7.5Or Sirloin Chops $199

'Allen We and Three Melissa Kings Griffis.Greg Cauliflower 2 X- : $1 1 100 mere excluding r K e Reserved ht1 SHOULDER BLADE BOSTON
Pork Roast $139
'Chambers, Rick Braswell and cigarette* WINN Dial! STORES, INC . LB.
Ray Workman.
Chorus:Patrick Welch Ray
Pete Albert Baines. Roger
Dobbs William Durban.
,Hogie Williams, Andrew Patterson -
,Shannon King, Jammy
Schoemng, Elaine Burton Open Sunday Open Sunday
Timmy Aldredge, Theresa BRADFORD
Givens, and Cary Fromfelter. SQUARE

1O-6 1O-6
.. FOR SALE: File boxes guides
' -and carde Everything you need
for fixing. a filing system. AI for
sale. at The Office Shop.

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Safety Made Fun For Students Alachua Man Sentenced
. Leqais LegalsNOTICE I

and t
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF -demanded In the Petition. ten students at kindergar.Southsicb.: -- : i1. ",' I On Weapons CountA t

PUBLIC HEARINGA BRADFORD COUNTY WITNESS my hand and the Starke Elementary and Pee : ,
will be held Case No. 75-452.CC seal of said Court on the 5th day Wee Nursery were enter- grand larceny I
public hearing tained and instructed in bus driver with the -John Howard Bates,
the City Hall, Starke. Florida, of January, 1976. safety during special Alachua County School charged with resisting arrest -Alfred K (GrU/ell Jerry
Monday, Feb. 2nd, 1976 for the SOUTHERN DISCOUNT programs System, Willie Richard Wims, with violence. Sills, both charged with
on Jan
Gilbert S. Brown Tuesday, 13,
following purpose: Placing As Clerk of said Court which were provided throughthe was sentenced to serve 10 --Edward Eugene Holder, escape.
a mobile home at the following By: Beulah M Moody courtesy of the National years in prison by Chief Cir charged with breaking and Ann IJrunenu James
locations: -va. Clerk Child Safety Council, Jackson cuit Court Judge John J. entering of an automobile Richard Simmons and Ron
All parties will be heard at this LARRY O'NEAL and JEWELL 1/29 Deputy Michigan Crews of Gainesville in Brad belonging to Kay Sebron aid Bruneau charged with
1/8/ 4tchg a
O'NEAL Defendants introduction of contraband.
time. The Informative ford County Circuit Court on Dukes
1. Bobby BonnettAll programwas Jan. 12 chargeof -Rodney Norman and Arlie i rifles, into a state prison. Bru-
Monday on a
------------- developed by the National ,
of Block 18 of Knight's NOTICE OFSHERIFF'S PROPOSED Child Safety Council and fea possession of a weapon by a Stokes, charged with robberyand neau is a prisoner at the Florida
Stjbdiv. (except Lots 1 through SALE CONSTITUTIONAL tures Harold McFcely of convicted felon. kidnapping. Stale Prison Mrs.

6)) according to the plat thereof NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN AMENDMENT TO BE Greenville, S.C a talented Ronald Gene Romanio was Paul Ulysses Demps, liruncau and Simmons are
recorded In Plat Book 2, Page that I I. Dolph E. Reddish, Sheriff VOTED ON performer who entertains his placed on probation for three charged with first degree currently being( held in theBradl'ord
21, public records of BradfordCo. of Bradford County, Florida, murder County Jail onII.000
of breakingand ,
MARCH 9, 1976 young audiences with years on a charge
s Fla. Located north end of under and by virtue of a Writ of and humor. magic entering and grand larceny -Barbara Ann Gadson, also $1(> ( ) bond.Assislant .

Church Street between this Execution heretofore. issued out NOTICE OF ELECTION He is a former elementaryschool of Lorena Kinsley's residence known as Barbara Ann Davis, Public DefenderVic
and Seaboard RR. of the above entitled Court in llulslander of Gainesville
street WHEREAS, The Legislatureunder principal with a back. at 106 West Market charged with aggravated
the above-styled cause, have filed motion with the
court to
the Constitution of the ground of valuable experiencein Road in Starke. Romanio was assault. a
AI Crosby, Chairman levied upon the following State of Florida passed Senate working with children during also fined $250 by Judge -Cecil Alvin Tyler and Lester t reduce the bail for Simmons to
Starke Zoning Board property, situate, lying and Joint Resolution No. 1061 pro- their formative years. His t. Crews. Lamar Olive charged with $1.0110 Judge Crews look I lie

Merrill Edwards, being in Bradford County, Flo. posing an amendment to the program contains a highly M .1 Judge Crews granted a burglary of a structure and motion under advisement.
City Clerk rids to'wif: Constitution of the State of Florida creative way of presenting defense motion to allow Ver-
A parcel of land lying in theSE
Itchg 1/22 and the did determine and knowledge the non Houston Flowers, who is
safety through
--------------. '/. of Section 24, Township 6 direct that the said Senate Joint 'use of magic and comedy ..... charged with two counts of Many To Receive Short Tax Form I
South, Range 22 East, Bradford
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN Resolution be submitted to the Starke Police Department e written threats to kill, to be -
County, Florida and being more
AND FOR BRADFORD particularly described as follows: electors of the Stale of Florida, Safety Officer Roman Alvarez 1i- examined by two physicians Many of the state's taxpayers short form which can be com-
COUNTY FLORIDA Commence at the Southeast at a Special Election to be held appeared with McFeely at the under the Baker bill. are receiving the Short pleted quicker and easier and
corner of said Section 24 and on the second Tuesday in schools Harold Mch"eely entertains Jerome Terry Turner, Form 1040A this year from the enables us to process the
MID-STATE HOMES, INC., a run North 0 degrees 37 minutes March 1976: Alvarez told the Telegraphthat students at an assembly atStarke charged with breaking and Internal Revenue Service, return more rapidly."
Florida corporation Plaintiff, and 20 seconds West along the NOW, THEREFORE, I, the Police Department is Elementary: School on entering with intent to commita although they filed the longer Mr. DeWitt cautioned that
-vs- Easterly boundary thereof a distance BRUCE A. SMATHERS Secre in the process of filing safety Tuesday! Jan 111.: The pro- felony and grand larcenywas Form 1040 in the past Charles all taxpayers should still
of State of the State of Flo- to students in the gram( was! presented on safely placed on probation for
EDWARD L. HANKERSON, of 938.44 feet, run thence tary programs O DeWitt, IRS Director for check to see if they can reduce
Defendant South 83 degrees 10 minutes rida, do hereby give notice that a first through sixth grades through the courtesy of the three years and fined $250. Florida, said today. their taxes by itemizing their
and 50 seconds. West a distanceof Special Election will/ be held in These programs deal with :National; Child Safety Councilof Turner was charged along "Due to the changes deductions on the long Form
No. 75.342NOTICE 1200.16 feet for point of each County in Florida, on the Ja'k'ioll.lichlgan.: with Wiley James Clark, and brought about by the Tax 1040. He suggested that taxpayers .

OF SALE beginning. From point of second Tuesday in March, William Lewis Henderson Reduction Act, many more read the information in
NOTICE Is hereby given that, beginning thus described con which date is March 9, 1976, for drugs and all kinds of safety, Clark and Henderson cases people are able to use the the Form 1040-A lax package
pursuant to an order or Final tinue South 83 degrees 10 minutes the ratification or rejection of the demanded in the complaint or The programs at the three were continued by Judge short form. Also, we have which provides a simple test
Judgment entered in the above and 50 seconds West a dis- Senate Joint Resolution propos- petition local schools taught the students Crews. reviewed our records of Form on whether it is advantageousto
captioned case I will sell the tance of 145.05 feet, run thence ing an amendment to the Con- WITNESS my hand and the the important lessons of The following defendants 1040 filed in the past and found itemize deductions
property situated in Bradford North 0 degrees 46 minutes and stitution of the State of Florida, seal of said Court on January, safe living at home and at entered written pleas of not that many taxpayers who filed The IRS noted that the stan
County, Florida, described as:: 50 seconds East a distance of viz: 1976. school. guilty and these cases will be the long form could have been dard deduction is now 16 percent
One acre of land more parti 216.05 feet to the Southerly set for jury trial at a later using the short form" accord. with a maximum of

cularty described as follows: A right.of.way line of State Road Senate Joint Resolution Gilbert S. BrownAs ----- date: ing to Mr. DeWitt. "As a $2.600) for married persons
parcel of land containing 1 acre 16, run thence North 83 degrees No 1061A Clerk of said Court National Forest lands in the -Gene Stoneman, chargedwith result," the IRS official explained filing jointly (it.3uo for
more or less in the NW'/. of 07 minutes and 53 seconds East JOINT RESOLUTION pro- By: Beulah M. MoodyAs United States provide about 20 robbery and breakingand "658,01)0) ) Floridians married persons filing
SE V. of Section 18 Township 6 along aforesaid Southerly right posing an amendment to Deputy Clerk percent of the country's water entering and grand lar who filed the long form last separately), and $2.3(10( for

South, Range 22 East, Bradford of "way line a distance of 11629 Section 9, Article VII of the 1/22 4tchg 2i> 12 supply. ceny year are now receiving the single persons.
County, Florida. said parcel feet, run thence South 6 degrees State Constitution relating to
more particularly described as local ad valorem taxes.
52 minutes and 07 seconds Easta
follows. Commence at the NE distance of 214.25 feet to pointof Be It Resolved by the Legislature / -
corner of said NW'/ of SE% of the State of Florida: f 1t"lfHt... E GLE
and run Westerly along Northerly That the following amend loll rat cee.musn a aaL1WUr
boundary thereof 700 feet ment to Section 9 of Article VII ssv
as the property of the above- 555.
thence Southerly and parallel of the State Constitution is here-
named Defendants, and that on why? "HI''
with the Easterly boundary of the 16th day of February 1976, by agreed to and shall be sub-
said NW',4' of SE'/ 110 feet mitted to the electors of this
more or less to the Southerly Monday at twelve o'clock noon state for approval or rejection at
on said day on the premises of
Boundary of the right of way ofa the general election to be held in "
the Bradford County Sheriff'sOffice
November 1976: tow 1)'$ PIlICESICOT
graded county road for the I will offer for sale and

point beginning of beginning thus From described pointof sell cash to in the hand highest the bidder above-for ARTICLE VII

continue southerly and parallel FINANCE AND TAXATION
described property, as the
with said easterly boundary 210 property of the said Defendantsto SECTION 9. Local Taxes
feet thence westerly\ and parallel satisfy said execution. LOWER I THURSDAY. FRIDAY a StWRDAY.
N with said southerly boundary lal) Counties, school districts,
and municipalities shall, and ,
210 feet thence Northerly and Dolph E. Reddish,
parallel with said Easterly boundary Sheriff of Bradford special districts may, be
210 feet to said southerly County. Florida authorized by law to levy ad 0' 100% TWILL
valorem taxes and be
boundary thence Easterly along may
said southerly boundary 210 feet 1/22 4tchg 2'12 authorized by general law to levy SAVE 21% YIS 4. LEISURE SUITS
to the point of beginning. other taxes, for their respective EAGLE 10W-30 WITH TOP-NOTCH
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF purposes, except ad valorem NIGH' DETERGENT y ? "' n $30 TAILORING

at public sale, to the highest and THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- taxes on .intangible personal pro- GOLB MOTOR OIL '"" ,
best bidder for cash, at the front CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR perty and taxes prohibited by .y P o 1 A 14.77
door of the Bradford County BRADFORD COUNTY this constitution 2/97 C R 4_ .
<< Courthouse,, in Starke. Florida CASE NO. 75-341.CP SAYE 11% 0 'a Now less than h.I/IM/ pnce
!jI .' between the hours of 1100 ((1237)) (bl) Ad valorem taxes, exclusive OISCOUNT ,olce WAS $AYE 31% advertised across Ih. notion*
A M and 2 00 P.M on February of taxes levied for the payment I I iJ,3- wA9 970 >, Sam thorp styling, same rich
double knit textures. S,M.L!
IN RE. The Estate of CHARLESA of bonds and levied SCENIC PRINT
2, 1976. 1 I I CI.t' N t.urult 1M..... WAS
DAVIDSON Deceased. for periods not longer than two .itniwrub, "l.r.a .2H 7rrr'nxa
:: mini m HOPS SET SHORT SLEEVE sm 20%
when authorized vote Niils.q te.eI M'nor \.
Gilbert S. Brown years by '
THE DEB ( W II.e .
Sari '
Clerk Circuit Court NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll of the electors who are the f id ML.MSest i O CELL UTnniE$ SHIRTS A MAN CISNIO OOZE
By Beulah M Moody Creditors of CHARLES A. owners of freeholds therein not oNa+ awr eon le..kgr ail m. /MMMTEEI IT wLE ,.+ FEELS GOOD I I I \
Deputy Clerk DAVIDSON who died on July wholly exempt from taxation 4 Mi ami,gh>.win Joe 3T' I WAS
Itchg 1/22 6, 1975 while a resident of Bradford shall not be levied in excess of i1 C I IN $097 nReg. '" ....1m
County. Florida are notified the following/ mill ages upon the $: I $3' 1 M
that they are required to file any assessed value of real estate and crest A bodyhu b and of 1 \\\t\\\\\ woth Wh"" .ollon, caws, ".
r 0in4 sin pod top co.acetaie
INVITATION TO BID claims demands that
or tangible personal property: for I 4Y n eels hk. \% Ion foe" FtS 10-1
The Board of County Com may have against his Estate in all county purposes ten mills, ; : 4 101, C1ESTTOOIMPASIE .ilk. SM, ,xL _
mssioners of Bradford County the Circuit Court for Bradford for all municipal purposes, ten r ..
will receive sealed bids to be County Florida, in the Court mills; for all school purposes, ten WAS 4r! J qr, -:. Aw ., ..a21t
opened at 1000 A.M. on Monday house at Starke, Florida, within, mills; for water management I 13ESAYE fI{__( \ fr
February 2. 1976 in the three calendar months from the purposes for the northwest ._ t .f' :
county commissioners room in date of the first publication of portion of the state lying west of "''I __l ./, -
the courthouse for the following this notice. Each claim or thence between ranges two and 1f1M. r I ..bo 'i \

demand must be in writing and three east 005 mil; for water \J """ I.t. :PoS }.1! .
24% .
This will be bid and filed and
a package in duplicate must state management purposes for the ) \
r 1 I I ;
will be for the fiscal year begin. the place of residence and post remaining portions/ of the state, \1 I I "
rung February 2 1976 and office address of the claimant t.Omip; and for all other special waS WAS WAS
UU .. .. lie J 02 .ElL S..M'GO .
running through February 7. and be sworn to by the claimant, districts a mill ago authorized by IpJ .

1977 his agent or his attorney, or it law approved by vote of the JO-PI. FUSTIC TMSNI .ORnCILlSlTs.lIS''11UI 200.CT. SIIIEl FACIAL WAS r1IISAYI! y....y x/ \ k':; IM'tIIES,20.4LLOItilE ( '
1. Regular gasoline not less will! become void according to electors who are owners of free MISS SAGS WITH TWIST THE SUES TM NEEI: TISSUES! WIT TWt-PLT J.n 11" -....... /
than 94 octane law" holds therein not wholly exempt ID,to. it us 100 win SIFTNESS1STREKTI( s" \ 7NEI'S
2. Diesel Fuel #2 Dated this 9th day of January from taxation A county furnishing % DYNAMITE! sm n%

3. Motor oil case lots in 24 1976. municipal services may to WEf1UA SllIlTS NEIS LEISURE JICIETS SNORT SLEEVE rill
quart cans and 55 gallon drums. the extent authorized by law, Tll E2 1 IN SLOE. 101151st MON FAMOUS HUE SHIRTS VON JOTS

Motor oil will meet API service EVALYNG. HALPIIAdmlnlstratrrx levy additional taxes within the EaSN I }{ 10 .> j ',,Z roes r WAS
classifications DS available in of theEstate limits fixed for municipal purposes 'Bright t } tED
SAE grades 10 W thru 40 W. of

This oil is to meet requirementsof CHARLES A. DAVIDSON BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat "y'1 NON. Ranch style yokes.. front' What's ,the lop nomt in Placket fronts, crows or
engines operating under service 1115' 2tchg 1 22 the following statement be .. *.r, b S + and bock, big, Western letse.w.a,7, You 001 I i III mock turtles Sass. II-16
ri j / brond. So... .
classifications D S This oil -------------- placed on the ballot I' uql p Au/ ) ML.XL Slight 'Into, SM.LXL SHIRTS, was 59< ITCElSr

'is to meet requirements for mill NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO V _
for diesel ( r 4!
high output engine FICTITIOUS NAME
SAYE 21'Y. E13" SAYE 11%
,, :
crackcase Oil It shall also meet ARTICLE VII M'WAS

the manufacturer recommendations Pursuant to Section 865.09 SECTION9Proposing SU'If.ER WASoar .
for series 3 lubrications Florida Statutes, notice is an amendment to ]ar_ .'WAS' yo \
4 Motor oil in case lots 24 hereby given that the undersigned the State Constitution authorizing r .4t"r: ::
quart cans and 55 gallon drumsto Cleo Price Rt 1 and limiting local taxes for IDICNT! CLCINSEI IEEP III MOL WILLS WMMOMSElFlllHN'N" III KYWIIID IURM NP-t'O. r.-. Pr
meet API service class MM Melrose, Bradford County, water management purposes to CUTS MEISE MST SOON FILE WITH ElllEimtnc LIVELY UTN TIWELS CLOCK-WUE IP INS : ;
MS and DG available SAE business
Florida 32666 doing not more t trwn one 111 mill r.t Ji.
grade 10 W thru 40 W and meet under the firm name of "THE v .'- ,//7 tS..
itt ..
'. _,
military specifications MILL. HOUSE OF GINGER", Rt I, IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF I I ..,. .'. ,
2104A. Melrose Bradford County, have hereunto set my hand and I or. ""\.v--,
5. All purpose grease oil Florida 32666 intends to register affixed the Great Seal of the SA!:: ./ ,;::'
grade 90 and 140 5 gallon and said fictitious name under the State of Florida at Tallahassee WlSHOUTS! ?4% SAYE 14%

55 gallon drums Gear lubricate provisions of aforesaid] statute the Capital this the 30 day of } PRI.WUNIIIEIIM USES' SCIEEI PIIIT MISSES' FUN UNIT
must meet MILL 2105 specifica. Cleo Price sole owner. December, AD. 1975. I ,, S JUN rid JUNIRSOLYESTEI PINT TIPS RIPE TRIM WIMIU

lions Dated this 1st day of January,
6. Multi purpose grease in 35 A D.. 1976 at Melrose. Florida BRUCE A.. SMATHERS \ t .tit !KEI
lb. containers and 120 Ib con lit/ 4tp "1'22 SECRETARY OF STATE

tamers 1/82tchg V22 a Brand nw, but pm.woahod Semen printed boln front Butter soft
7. All #2 fuel and kerosene to ------------- -------------- SAYE 11"% SIYII1, SIPER YAl E 111I11111 NUT for a soft and fodod look. and bock in lively, new easy wo tit,in'vinyl crept upper sale,
be supplied to the courthouse IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF WAS Metal nv.li Jr. 311. deeps Sues S M.L. Fashion color 5-10

agriculture building health clinic BRADFORD COUNTY IN THE CIRCUIT COURT lou .I"E .M1'WAS

to reject any or all bidsGilberts Case No. 76.1 1 FORD COUNTYIn COATED IIEIEA HIT 1 II IIMI-IRTINI. cum wrm n FT. I." NETU.ITU MILE IN hr

Brown BENSON HAMILTON Husband re: The Marriage of GEORGEJ.
1/22 2tchg 1 29 and LEONA H. HAMILTON KASDRAS husband, and

-------------. Wife. CAROLINE KASDRAS, wife ;

For Monday February 2. 1976at NOTICE OF SUIT NOTICE OF SUIT t I'' *
10'00 A.M., in the County Toleona: H. Hamilton NO PROPERTYTo 0 oouersa ,
Commissioners Room in the 404 Chester St Caroline Kasdras

Courthouse Bradford County Myrtle Beach, S.C. .. '

Starke, FlorIda. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED .... 7.
Two diesel powered tandem YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat that an action for dissolution of /
dump trucks with 12 yard capa an action for dissolution of marriage has been filed against F, f tArt 2,11 slit ill say 1.11

City. 1975 or 1976 new trucks. marriage has been filed against you Caroline Kasdras and you SIYI DP TB 89%" IIU 2.11 YALUE PLIl SUN CNOI\! HEN'S Rlllf ," SNIPS SIll USNU.SUI EN'S WI maLL
and required to LUTItR .IR( SIDES
Specifications may be pickedup you you are are required to serve a copy of FAIT eiSNKNII. ..IIIIUOIUISI
In the Clerk Office in the !serve\ a copy of your written your written defenses if any to WUI WAS JIIIIII4IIII'U"

Courthouse, Starke, Florida defenses if any. to it on it. on the plaintiff, attorney, uj;i 11i1f ..... IIlI uiu j rLIaLJ m Lit '
Gilbert S. Brown RICHARD E. WELTY. Attorney whose name and address is 1111
By: Virginia F. Darby for Petitioner whose address is Dudley P Hardy, Esquire Pierce ITS fll." TINE UIfMUFINiniTMlS Still 91111.LN1Ul till IP T1MT Wmmm 11II IT. UIOIPUH Oil-resistant. Neoprene Comfort foam inner soles, Posture Foundation wedge
1/22 2tchg 1/29 114 N Walnut Street. P.O. Box & Hardy P.A., P.O. Drawer\ 2." 01... MI ,.II. T.IT in-TTPt .1 I" SKILUT 'II sole ribbed far safety, sides and ....p.... Coss sturdy canvas. uppers,nan>
996, Starke, Florida 32091 and 1030 Starke Florida 32091, IHNEHITEUU 2." ...._ llU JI.TT SSN4UTIIIPULCTAINUUOTIIL. Goodyear w.I. 7-U strop. or buckle 7-12 slip. soles. Sues, 7.12.
-------------- file the original with the Clerk of and file the original with the
j FOR SALE: Electric Pencil the above-styled Court on or clerk of the above styled courton
sharpeners 3 different styles in before February 9, 1976, otherwise or before February 25 1976, 312 Madison St. CIGARETTES Pack Reg. & Kings 100'sFLWLJ

stock handy for home or a judgment may be entered otherwise a judgment may be e 964-7513 470 M44
office. For sale at The Office (against you) for the relief entered against you for the relief


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CITIZENSThe .... ...... .... .... ... .
Hampton Senior

at Citizens the. Six new visitors Club meeting met January time,16 7p.m. CLASSIFIED AD RATES; EALSERYE t FOR RENT j jFOR I Floriland Realty

were present Headline for Insertion t FOR SALE J 393 N. Temple Ave.

and Krieger Mr.were and back Mrs.from Paul their Thursday Tuesday before Noon publication.preceding Furn.Good House fishing on area.V4 acre Near :T-

CHristmas and New Year'svacation. RENT: Furnished newly
A New Year HELP FOR YOURSELFLUZIER: FOR SALE: Snapped corn $115 - Real Facts tCwlHt ai'
prayerwas Minimum painted 1 bedroom apt. No 3 A.
Charge 13.0(1( COSMETICS has the on Bessent Road. Other lots
lead by the secretary ( answer children or pets, prefer settled per ton. J.R. Wainwright. Ph.
Covers In
15 Words) for \women/ who need extra City for Sale. Real
Mrs. Krieger, and a poem Each word over 13lOcents money. Call Louise Stern, man or\woman./ Lights, hot & 9647835. 1/15 2tchg 1/22 - on cr REALTY

about modern English writtenby 9645616. Division of Clairol. cold water furnished. Ph. 964- - - House on 13th St., Jax., Fla. Estate
the president,Mr. Krieger. 5884. 1tchg 1/22 ? I Iv.1
1/8 3tchg 1/22 FOR SALE -. Yamaha - -
Happy Birthday was sung to All -- -- -- --
Classified 3
Ads must be - -- -- -- PORTABLE BR, 1 Bath on Corner Lot ByCecelia
Buck Dennison. After several paid for In advance unless FOR RENT: 2 bedroom, 2 bath Electronic Mostly financed. I :
AND Excellent IC.-
refreshments condition "\,
games were have an established mobile home,central heat and
account - -
served by Ruth Dennison and with : Master electrician air, pool, tennis court. Castle. Amplifier not In-
Mabel NesSmith. the Telegraph. In that plumber & carpenter. cluded. $1000. Ph. 964-5875 New office space mostly furmshed TerwillegarBuiltin /
event 50 cents gate $160 mo. 473-3014. for
extra! charge Reasonable rent.
rates. 964 tfpd ,
The public is reminded that 'for billing. Not Costello. Itp 1/22 __ and other conveniences can drastically -
responsible for 1/14tp 1.22 __ __ u - equipment
Craft Classes meet each errors when given over the - - - ------ AMERICAN FAMILY SOUND: If you own property outside of raise the value of a home. Two similarly con

Wednesday at 2:30: p.m. in the phone or when copy Is not FOR RENT: Furnished 2 bed- Sales service, installation, county[ & want to sell, See Us. structed houses, located side-by-slde, will vary greatlyIn
Recreation Center. typed and brought to the of ". room house convenient to stereos, phono, reel-reel VERNIE P. ODOM price if one is baren inside and the other has many

fice. shopping area, clean, no pets. tapes, cassetes. radios. Work I Reg. Broker built-in features.

HOUSES FOR SALE 964-5417. Itp 1/22 guaranteed. 155 A West Call, 964-5476 964-7700 Examples of built-ins which increase value are

FRIENDS & NEIGHBORS: .. ..... - -- ---- 964 7329. trchg kitchen appliances, utility room washer and dryer,

FOR RENT: Attractive 2 bedroom - - - roomy cabinets extra large walk-in closets built-in

Mrs. Colette Wade an PERSONAL SERVICEAVON FOR SALE: By Owner, 3 bedroom mobile home on 1 acre FOR SALE: Chinese pugs, 1 UNITED FARM AGENCY, INC. kitchen bars and all other such conveniences which

employee of Hampton frame house on 1 acre lot near FSP couple only. $50 male, 1 female 9 wks., shots Reg. Real Estate Broker make a house a real home.Be .

General Store, was injured in ..... ....III land 5 minutes from town. deposit, $110 per month. Call wormed, AKC. $100 $125. 1- 206 S.Water St. certain to note all added and built-in equipmentwhen

an accident on Brooker Road New carpet throughout, 9646867 after 6 p.m.122 4tp 468-1996. Itchg 1/22 National AdvertisingPaul considering purchasing a home. Tell us your

last Friday night. She is in CALLING: To buy or sell excellent condition. 14500. 2/12 -- - -- -- Faulkner-Broker needs and we will make every effort to find the right

Shands Medical Center, Avon. Call 755-2807 or write 9645389. 1/22 2tchg 2/29 FOR SALE: 12x64 Artcraft Irene Faulkner-Assoc. house to suit you.
Gainesville. Mrs. Wade's Loma Clyatt, P.O. Box 220 -- --- --- -- FOR RENT: 12' wide mobile, mobile home 9646065
partially furnished

elbow was crushed and she Lake City Florida. tfchg. homes outside limits. J.B. PREFERRED PROPERTIESThree
FOR SALE Furnished or unfurnished.
: house on
White. Ph. 964-6114.
was in Saturday --- ---- -- -- tfchg.
surgery 210 x 90 ft. lot. Cheap for Washer dryer, air, concrete 3 bedroom, 1 bath fence,
morning. Mr. Wade and their ---- -- bedroom 2 Bath, frame home with 1320 sq. feet
cash. Must sell because of steps 4300. 964-8341 or Mr. carpet equipped kitchen,
baby daughter were also in all makes cleaned oiled and FOR RENT: Olin's Subdivision Milton 9648673. Central Heat & Air, convenient to schools shopping,
sickness. Edgar Burrell, Rt. 2, tfchg.WANTED 15500.
1/2 lots $25.00
acre ,
the accident but escaped with per churches. Reasonable.
adjusted, $7. Work guar.
Box 16D 301. 1/22 -- -
on Itp -
month. Water &
minor injuries. Mrs. Wade is Sewage -----
anteed. James Strickland,
-- --- -- -- -- 3 Bedroom, 2 bath, brick,
from the furnished. For information call houses to sell! I
recovering accident Wanted
comer Morgan Road & Hwy\ : Nearly new
FOR SALE: By Owner: 3 bedroom Mark Olin, Olin's Mobile carport, C/H & air.. Priced to
and -----
surgery. 16. tfchg CB house \with/ CA/CH sell. Good financing.
Homes Sales Hwy. 100 W., t
Spring led creek on 20 good acres fenced and cross
on large fenced lot. -- -
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Cholakis partially Starke. 964 5606. tfchg fenced Large, net barn Attractive nearly new
Located 5 min. from
MOBILE HOME MOVING Also Keystoneand -------- -- -
of Broadchanell N.Y. were concrete block horn with 3 bedrooms 2 baths central
Sunday visitors of Mayor and mobile home hurricane an- 15 mm, from Starke on FOR RENT: 3 bedroom trailer heat and air and lots of builtInsalso carpeted. Cattle
Rd. 100 in Smokerise. Lake WANTED: Double bed and
choring and mobile home roof with
Mrs. Arthur Bruno. expando. 9648253 or and farm equipment negotiable. Conveniently located.
privileges, low down single bed \with/ mattresses,
coating. din's MOBILE Home pay 9648850. 1tchg 1/15 You would be proud to own this one I
ment. Call 964-7767 after 5 dresser and chest of drawers.Call .
Service. 9645606. St. Rd.. -- -
Mr. and Mrs. W. Schaub of --- -- I1 -----
16W & Jct. 233, Starke. Fla. p.m. 1/22 2tp 1/29 473.4225 Sunday 9 to 4p.m. m
Rd. 18 which could bused
Crescent City were weekend Twenty, thirty or forty acres on
FOR RENT: Unfurnished, 3 bed- Itp 1/22
-- --- -
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. tfchg. beautiful homesite and farm or developed.
as a
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house room house, 964-6841. Itchg - -- -- ; .c${
-- ----- --- / t.Jff.. arson
Wilfrid Fontaine. Access to Hampton Lake is lust across the road..Con
fenced yard carport, 7000. - -- -- WANTED: Master Cosmetolo-
KEYSTONE INSPECTION Call 782-3188 or 782-3376 day gist. Contact Mr. Otto's REAL ESTATE venient for fishing, skiing and swimming.
Recent visitors at the homeof -----
Mr.and Mrs. Gerald Adkins STATION Now 8 open, or night. Itp 1/22 Beauty Salon_tfchg- 'a'rrrnrr, v c...Tf' I,+. Tastefully furnished 1972 Dolphin MH with 3 BR, 2 B.
to 11
Monday Friday to - --
-- --- FOR
were Mr. and Mrs. E.M. r SALEFOR I central heat 2300 BTU AC, completely fenced well
a.m. and noon to 5 SALESPERSON OR AGENT
Prevatt, Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Saturday 8 a.m. to noon p.m. FOR SALE: 3 BR, 2 Bath, block WANTED: TEXAS OIL Large 3 BR 2 Bath frame home landscaped 101 x 199, 2 metal outbuildings. washer

E.M. Prevatt, Jr. and son, all Located on South Sunrise \with/ LR, DR Den & garageon COMPANY needs mature $12,000 terms. freezer garden tiller all for $14,500.
and CalvinR. large lot at 1105 W. - -----
of Mr. Mrs.
Starke. Blvd. off SR-100. 1/15 4tchg SALE: Mobile Home Parts person M/F for short trips
3 BR 1 Bath frame, heat/
Richard and daughter of Madison St. Call Freeman cent. Wanted: House in the country with some acreage.
2/5 and supplies OLIN'S MOBILE surrounding Starke. Contact
air, fenced lot $15,000
of Starke Register III 964-8771 or 964- car
Guy ,
-- ---------- HOME SALES, Hwy. 100 W. customers. We train. Write
- -
and Mr. and Mrs. Joel R. INCOME TAX SERVICE: Book- 5888. tfchg. Starke, 964.5606. tfchg. T.W. Dick Pres., Southwestern 2 BR frame stove & ref. in Cecelia T. Terwillegar./ Reg. Real Estate Broker
- -- -
and of -
Smith family keeping and secretarial ser FOR SALE: 3 bedroom frame -- -- - --- Petroleum. Ft. country 13000. terms. 206 West Madison Avenue, Starke Florida
Jacksonville.A .
vices. Let me help you organize Worth, Texas. EO.E. Itchg
house on 1 acre of land. Good WATSON'SHOUSE - 964.7776Large
your business. Call Judy 1/22 2 BR 1 bath frame
condition. Haistens Drive OF VACUUMS carpeted,
birthday party was held ;
Mscally, 7823660. 1/22 3tp - - -- -
for Joey Dixon) on his seventh 2/5 Starke off W. Market Road. stove & ref. $7,500 or two for

birthday January 15. He Box 719. 1/15/ 2tp 1/22 Many brands of new vacuums $14,000 total. Jimmy Moore's
- --- -
frame house
celebrated with friends and - -- - Used machines available. 1)) Productive Poultry, Cattle - excellent
relatives. BABYSIT on my ranch. Nature Expert Repairs all makes. farm in Bradford County, 70 3 BR 2 bath masonry 26000. condition, central H/A, 3 bedroom Sun Sports

walks, crafts swimming Parts and 2 bath - 2 bath, carport, corner
Accessories for all acres cleared 3 BR., MORE BOAT FOR
lessons. Kathy Fenton vacuums. Built in central central heat/air. Terms 3 BR alum siding 9500. lot, in city.
Belated birthday greetings home
Hampton Lake, 4681659. Itp t MOTORCYCLES'SUZUKI 1 - YOUR MONEY TF
- -
vacuum cleaning systems. 712N. Available.
to Louis Brodsky whose birth-
day was January 7. 1/22 Main Gainesville 3767110. - 2 BR frame $8,400. terms. Frame, 2 BR house, 1 bath on 1 STARKE. PH 964-5791.j
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It1Ox 2)) Oaks. Pines, Flowing - acre. Bayless Hwy. Area. COMPLETE OUTBOARD &

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS: OF STARKE': Your - -- - Creek, 200' of New River on this 1.2 Acres $2,500. - STERN DRIVE SERVICE
114 Christian Street. Starke - 3 to 6 acres clear, 4 mi. NIWof
authorized Suzuki Dealer 20 PATIO COVER: Installed 54 acres. Located in Bradford AND REPAIR

Fla. Thursdays and Sundays Phone 964 6020. 304 East Call $185.00, uninstalled $140.00. County $36,000.- 8.71 acres in city $15,500. Starke. COMPLETE FIBERGLASS
8pm. Call 964-5709, 9645434or Street tfchg. Gator Mobile Home u - - -
ACE Is Back In Town Service.
9646894. 1/1 Ittp 3/5/ 372-9767. tfchg. 3)) Country living at its best 7.2 acres in Lawtey$2,000 Acre. 3 BR, 2 bath CB dwg. on extra REPAIR
large cor. lot in City. W/swim- BUILT FIBER
north of LaCrosse.
FOR SALE Honda trail 70 -- - - located
Opening Jan 26.Morrow's - - : cycle -
excellent condition. Rebuilt FOR Almost new home 3 BR. 2 12 acres, fenced, well pole & ming pool, central heat & air GLASS FISHING BOATS
NOW OPEN: Sonlight Mission acre homesites fireplace. 20 acres, septic tank $15,000. terms. conditioning.
bath huge
Bug Barn engine auto. trans. 782 3420 Crosby Lake Estates, 2 mi. W.
Store 341 - -
Variety Temple Ave. If you at are in need N. after 5pm. 1/15/ 2tp 1/22/ of Starke on RD 100. Owner/ fenced.10 in pasture.$79.500. 10 wooded See us for Nobel Homes on your 1 & 2 acres mobile home sites, Any sewing

Beside NAPA of clothing, etc. come see us. financed, 964 6488, tfchg. lot. N.W. of Starke Terms. machine tension
- -- - -
We'll try and help you. rfchg. QUALITY REALTY OF - -
Auto Parts.
- - - MISCELLANEOUSPOSITION FOR SALE: By owner 3 8R 213. GAINESVILLE, INC m UWTEY Fit. 3 BR Frame'house 1 bath, 10 oiled & adjusted 99

SONLIGHT MISSION: Christian brick home double carport 372 8441 acres land on paved road. Several
All Types Foreign Car book store at 321 N. Temple partially carpeted, drapes. 3 Realtors i- w.r r n.cus win, A urea. out buildings. WHOLESALE UNITED
blocks from school. Ph. 473- - -
Ave. now with limited
open Keystone
Repairs stock. Many sets of encyclo- WANTED: Lady 37 2039 after 5 p.m. and week 1/222tchg 1/29 3 BR, 2 Bath, CB dwelling in 2tc"g473-3300,

years old needs job from 9 to ends. tfchg.SONUGHT city.
sale for
pedias on special
Specializing In VW'sFOR 3, babysitting -- - -
clearance Scofield Bible, any time. 137 BRASINGTONCadIllacOldsmobile
specials Gloria Street. 1tchg 1/22 TYPEWRITER? Come by The George Roberts Jr. SALEon
many many sermon Office Shop and pick up some
booklets distributed free - - -- pick up any unneeded Sales & Service liquid or sheet cleaner for your REG REAL ESTATE BROKER all merchandiseBIG

SALE to everyone. rfchg LOSE WEIGHT safely and fas. articles Mon.. Wed. Fri. Call Fin Selvi lion/ Of Used typewriter.MULTIPLE. tf 9647826 DISCOUNTS
with X.11 964 861B day or night. tfchg. Cars
- -- - -- diet plan 300. Taken On

10 Acres off POSITION DESIRED Reduce excess fluids with X- - --- - Cadillac, Trade l UNITED WHOLESALE

: Young Pel S3.00, KOCH DRUGS. 1 1/8 TOP SOIL FILL DIRT: 6 2001 N.W. 13 378.5301 473-3300
Brownlee Road \woman/ 38 will live in and care days a Keystone
for elderly. 46B-1J16. tfchg. 15tchg 4/15 week, dozer work and GAINESVILLE LELECTROLUSales Ztchq

'1750 Acre -- -- - -- - dragline work. Call 468-1873, tf LISTINGS
-- - -
PRIVATE PIANO and in- Star Rt. Hampton STEPHEN ,
29% Down voice SMITH LANDFILL. FOR RENT: 4 Bedroom, $200 Service Supplies
struction. Bachelor of Music tfchg. Jo-Lu MotelAND I Well Drilling '
-- -- 'per month. BOB MILNER 964.7604
Owner will finance Education. Please call 533- t HELP WANTED J

balance at 8 % 2815. 1/22 4tchg 2/12 FOR SALE: 429 acres. 2 Mobile Home Park 2 BR, 4 acres $6,500( 11 20 I3tp :2 12 I 2" Thru 6" I II
house in
- -- - -- bedroom country.
CONTACT: HOUSES & TRAILERS pressure Completely remodeled in last BRADFORD SQUAREOR Handyman special $7,500 Rotary
washed with chemicals.Wash HELP WANTED: LICENSED 2 years. Other improvements DOWNTOWN COWBOY BOOTSFor I Drilling Equipment I II

GATOR RANCH away dirt and mildew. Guar BROKER OR LICENSED paved road. Ph. 964.8436. 1/B 4 BR, 2 lots $10.500
anteed. Ph. 4732213._ tfchg. SALESMAN CAN YOU 41p 1/22 30 Per MonthALL BABIES-GIRLS- I State Licensed I

964-8799 SELL???? Your - - CITY CONVENIENCES 1
- - -- own full-time 2BR acre $7,500 BOYS-WOMEN-MEN

Franchise in Real Estate rightin FREE: First come, 2 male FIRE POLICE PROTECTIONCITY
1 22 4tcng2/12
Bedroom 2 :
BILL'S SAW SHOP: Complete this area. And NO franchise puppies 4 months wormed, GAS WATER AND SEWER acres 16500. BELTSin I Pumps I

sharpening service, circular, charge. National Company, good watch dogs. 805 Lafayette Jo-Lu Motel9648810TFCHQ 2 BR lakefront $22,000 sizes 18 to 58

BUILDING FOR SALE hand, carbide, chain, mower established in 1900, largest in Starke. Itp 1/22 ,
blade hollow ground and field All WESTERN SHIRTS
its advertising, all -- -- -- -
The First Baptist Church of Off SR-100-3 BR $22,000 New & Used
forms fur
Raiford offers for sale their old signs supplies PROPERTY: Used merchandiseand ,

frame church building by bids. Budding Supply, Starke or nished. Professional Training furniture business and 3 BR 2 acres $24.500 Sales-
CARRADINE'S PartsService1
The size of the building is 60 x 40 Keystone Heights tfchg and Instruction given for rapid property for sale or property 10 ACRES ( ,
- - -- development from Start Scuthgate, 3 BR $26,000( E-Z TermsPlumbing
to only. One half mile south of
feet with side attached,
a room Lawtey Florida 782.3400
COVERS Homes I 1 1I
10x20 $ $$. Nationwide advertising
ucce shopping center on 301. Signon
size 14 x 20 feet.A minimum bid 10 Minutes From
of $1,00000 asked by and mobile homes. $180 brings Buyers from building 315 ft. on 301, Lawtey 3 BR brick $31.000 13tchg2 12 '
is being unmstalled. I I : !
the church. Sealed bids must be installed HOME Everywhere. Can you qualify? building has 3,700 sq. ft. of Keystone Heights FOR SALE File boxes
GATOR You must have initiative, space $55.000 for all. Call Keystone 3 BR brick $44,000 guides 1
submitted within thirty ((30)) days and cards.
SERVICE CO. Ph. 372-9767. Acre Everything you
excellent character (bondable Gainesville 376.2336 for $1,750 Per
from the date of publication.The Gainesville tfchg ), sales ability be finan- details, no collect calls. 1tp Hampton-1 V4 acres $9,200 need for fixing a filing system.All _New Installation I II
be moved -
building must
for sale The
at Office

- -- -- --- Commis- Per Mo.
cially responsible. 1/22 159
within sixty days from date of Shop. Remodeling I
purchase and grounds cleared of TV REPAIRS & SERVICE: Also sion-volume opportunity for -- - - Lawtey 2.75 acres $9,500 |I

all litter. used TV for sale $29.95 and man, woman couple or team FOR SALE: Typewriter, Smith- NO LOW LAND Davidson Repairs .
Used furniture and ap that can sell. Information Corona portable, used. Good Lawtey 4.4 acres $9,500
church the up.
reserves right ('lNTBLRE.11.TV.
Plumbing and bath- without obligation. W.J. condition $25. 7823881. Itp Mobile Home ParkIn
to accept or reject any or all bids pliances. : IX('.
2 canal lots $3,300
submitted. room fixtures. Wood stoves Smith Manager STROUT 1/22 Broker City Limits I Durrancv' :

and electric REALTY. INC. P.O. Box 894- - - - Registered
, Contact First Baptist Church, kerosene gas CENTER 1.37N-2:108: .\n,lime 4 canal lots, $7,800 $30 Per Mo.
THE Casselberry. Fl. 32707.
P.O. Box 295 Raiford Florida heaters. FOR SALE: CHRISTMAS LAY-
32063. 301 South. tfchg 1/15 4tchg 25AUTOMOBILES AWAY LEFT UNCLAIMED. K\eninKsC'all Arll'alray : 5 to 6 acre tracts on the Santa Fe Walk To New Pumps & Supply'

-- -- - - - -- River $2,000/acre
1-22 2tchg 1-29 Singer Future sewing 17'1.2n't9cO.LAv Shopping Center I
machine, 1975 model like Company
FOR SALE All types of ,.. 54 acre MH, terms $5,000
new. Top of the line. Original C'ly Gas Watc A Sewer

Colored The Office Pencil, Shop.in stock Color-at price $600. Balance due 7 acres in town $18,000 On 301 South 864 N. Temple Ave. :

USED $286 80 or need someone to Long Champ
bite Non-Fnce. 20 cents a.... Starke
assume $12.70 month Jolu Motel
each. Thick lead per 10 acres, Theresa $12,500
opaque payments. Ph. 964-8030. Free Home and TF
colorama 30 cents each. 964-7061
and also Mongol colored FOR SALE: 1960 Ford Tractor home trial. 1tp 1/22 Lawtey/ 10 acres $11,000 964-8810 ____ -iOlin's

,...ns////.. II cn"'l'ach. Stop 800 series $2.000. Ph. 964- - -- - BuildingMaterials

In and take a look.IVetSlaswst1n 6956. Up 1/22 FOR SALE: One new hearing aid Peetsville 11 acres $10,000 .
never been used one used
- -- -- -
hearing aid in good condition. Garage business with house on
KOK SALEs 1963 GIC6.; 5332262. 1/22 2tp 2/29 US301 Subdivision
long wheel base Standard "YOUR PLANS OR OURS
-- -- -- -
'all 1-8723.. lip 12:4: YOUR LOT OR OURS" 700 foot highway 301 frontage I
v/ y GARAGE SALE: Sat. & Sun. 10 I
US-301. 21 terms
to 6. 601 Alton Road, Starke. -FREE ESTIMATES-
$35,000 I I ItA

FOR RENTFREE --- --- ADDITIONS 'Farm, 440 acres $700 per acre.
FOR SALE: 10 ft. aluminum !
HOMES BOUGHT We have all other type
Jon/boat, motor, cushionsand
listed. Come in and 4
anchor, oars, etc. $155 SOLDTRADEDACREAGE I s *
bedroom home privileges cash. 964 8448. Itp 1/22 FOR SALE see. us. I

female of any age for com- --- - SACKETT-REALTOR ACM Lots For Rant *9RM Per Mo. Water*
pany. Can work out if desires. FOR SALE: Three Durock feeder 206 N. Temple(US-301)) Sewage Furnished

964-7571. 1tp 1/15 pigs. 4681919. Itp 1/22 Hwy 301 S StarKe TF 904/964-6622,468-1642
Call Mark Olin 984-5606 Hwy 18 A Morgan: Rd. -"
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-iiJanuary; 22, I914i

r'\' Budgetary Controls, City Manager Recommended To Lake Butler In Audit Report '

advise the City Council on

t LAKE BUTLER Tighter/ they apply or were budgeted. and sewer charges, it would Budd's third recommendation cellaneous should be avoided year 1975-76 shows Improve- Budd recommended that sewer, road and paving prior;
budgetary and the possibility lie cited that interest earnedon simplify the bookkeeping involved preparing of the except for relatively Insignificant ment in this regard when because of Mr. Brannen's age ities. "The potential savingshe
of a city manager for the city debt service certificates of function to include garbage annual budget. It would be amounts. compared to other years; that a rough map be preparedon might generate could aid in.
were points raised to the City deposit( should be deposited in collection receipts as a part ofthe helpful from a management More specific categories, however, breakdowns wouldbe the water and sewer systems deferring the cost of"the city'manager's
\' Council by Auditor Harvey the Utility Revenue Fund Utility Revenue Fund. point of view, to break down Budd recommended, will in- beneficial.The in the City of Lake But salary, Budd
Budd in a seven point recommendation rather than the General Fund. "The difference in the the estimated revenues and crease the effectiveness of fourth suggestion by ler. The map could be pre- said.Budd's
In an audit by theJ Budd said that this will In- receipts to the General fund appropriations into more specific budgetary control by makingit Budd seemed to upset veteran pared by student draftsmenout firm has handled the'
\ Gainesville firm of Budd; and crease the effectiveness of could be made up by increasing categories the auditor easier to identify possible Police Chief C.W. Brannen of the University of Flo- accounting work for the City
J Com pa fly.Budd budgetary evaluation, there the transfer from the Util- said. Use of such cagegories problem areas. Budd pointedout and a veteran city employeewho rida in Gainesville. Budd said of Lake Butler for the past two'
appeared before the fore making management of ity Revenue Fund," Budd as miscellaneous revenues that the budget adopted by left the meeting as it was that it would not be necessary years.
City Council on Wednesday.Jan. cash more productive.The said. and contingencies and mis- the City of Lake Butler for the being discussed. to hire an engineer.The .
14.*'to explain the proposals second item involved fifth proposal was that a ',
and answer any questionsthe that in the past, garbage collection citizens band radio system Henry Block has,,
council might have on the receipts have been could be helpful in utilizing the 17
Refund Method
audit. budgeted and deposited in the Utility Settled ; city employees and gain reasons why ,

1 The first proposal was that General Fund Budd said that greater productivity. The sys- you should come";
4 receipts collected be since these charges are billedon tem also could be used for the
deposited( in the fund to which the same invoice as water Dog Pound Suggested At AirportLAKE volunteer fire department and to us for income

the ambulance service whichis tax help.
EKtra Clean Cars ** based at City Hall at the
BUTLER Clerk Jan. 19, that a total of ap- being charged.A -The council as part of the present time.It .
Jackie Johns was given autho- proximately 23 individuals person involved has to paving project accepted an was pointed out that too
-g j'lCi'tfiJalG. n rity to give refunds for utility would be eligible for the come to City Hall, make an easement from Powell's much money was left In the r..
AUTOS overcharges to customers out- refunds, but that final figures application and then the clerk Trailer Park and paving of the Utility Revenue Fund and
uu uu side the city limits in a unani- would not be available until will issue the necessary street in the vicinity of S.W. General Fund. Budd recom- '
mous vote of the City Councilat the end of this week. refund.A First Road. mended that savings pass- i "
tL 413-4410 & 413-4018 i the monthly meeting Jan. City officials in Lake ButlerIn long and tedious discus- -Also as part of the paving books be utilized to gain more it.. Q W,4
14 at which the method of recent months have sion was held regarding the project the council at a prior interest.
granting the refunds was fin- received word that they were possibility of where to place a meeting approved S.W. First Budd's final recommendation -
r' 14 CheYe 14 CheYe ally resolved.Ms. in violation in granting the dog pound in or near the city Road, S.E. Seventh Avenue was that he feels that the Reason 2. At H&R Block our
Johns said Monday services for the fees that S.E. Seventh Place and S.E. of Lake Butler should price is based on the
Caprice Clas.c 4 Dr Eleci Pick Ups 2 To Choose :II:' on were here. It seems that during the City ol
II Wndo", Seal S Door Locks From 3 Speed V a last year to 18 months that Eighth Street as part of the look into the possibility of hir- The complexity simpler the your return return.the
:z: .. several proposals have been overall paving project. ing a city manager. He less we charge.
$339i5n $2650., McCulley Heads Lawtey made of places to house a dog The Council approved a five recommended that a possibility -
f pound. But each time city officials year contract with Florida would be a person who has
have been rebuffed by Pest Control for termite treat retired from the service mightbe
a:13 Ford Courier 13 Dart aoA City Council CityFreshman persons living in the vicinityof ments at City Hall here for considered for this position.
the proposed facility object- five years. The first year the Budd pointed out that the city H&R BLOCKTHE
Pick Up A, T and AIr SPORT 340 ALT Pis -. ing to it and that would end cost will be $100 and the manager would organize day '.
L Low Milage ALL SeT Ready To Go! Ben McCulleywas retained as city attorney by a any further discussion of the remaining years on the con- today operations, seek grants INCOME TAX PEOPLE
elected chairman and unanimous vote of the council. project.The tract the cost will be $27 per from federal and state 118 N. WALNUT ST 964-8289
$2495 $2475 mayor of the town Jan. 5 in areorganization McCulley announced he will proposal was broughtup year. governments, help with /.oning OPEN 9-6 MON SAT

!:. of.t the Lawtey make committee i assignments! by veteran Councilman Bill and annexation problems.._L.---L. ...
city: Council: in which former ai a later meeting.City White who said it seems "the u
13 Vega 13 Vega Chairman Robert Scott was dogs are running the city of
forced by a tie vote to choosehis Given Lake Butler."
BACK 4.Speed Station 4 Speed
Wagon successor. The council at the end of the Bator Ranch
wIth AIr Clean, Good Car With Air :z: The two nominees were long discussion decided to look Supply

McCulley and returning FavorableAudit into the possibility of housingthe ;
$1950 $1795 p Councilman Marvin Rosier. dog pound at the Union
McCulley was elected to head County Airport. Councilman U.S. 301 S. .

I the council after fellow Tommy Spires was asked to
12 Toyota 12 Dalson e returnee Councilman Buster ReportAlthough : look into the possibility of Boot
Bennett nominated Rosier and housing the dog pound at the Stampede
; Wagon pl
C Landau Top incumbent Councilman John the Starke utility airport and trying to work it
Aula. Air Cond LIke New Auto Air Condo :::I Robertson nominated Mc- system came out another out with Union County at next Featuring
/l. ff
Culley. Bennett and Rosier $50.386 in the red last year, month's County Commission JPtoW
$1995 9995I voted for Rosier; Robertsonand city finances ended the fiscal meeting.The .
McCulley voted for Mc- year well in the black, ac- council approved a $40 ALL BOOTS
I Culley. cording to the 1975 audit increase in the fee of Gateway
International Pont Ventural; "I don't like to be the report presented to the city Utilities Company of Jackson-

1 Ton 4-Speed. Dual scapegoat, but for the water I commission Tuesday night. ville which assists the City of
.... 6 Cyl I Auto was..." sighed veteran City fathers had anxiously Lake Butler with the operation 20 % OFF -
I :7a: Wheels v.a, Tool Boxs Councilman Robert Scott awaited the report of the fiscal of the sewerage treatment
who was acting as temporary year which ended last Sep- plant. The fee will be:
: $1695 $995 chairman after giving up themayor's tember 30. increased from $265 to $305. OF OUR ALREADY
chair after two yearsin A balance of $141.000 at the Lewis Parrish, an engineer "
it. end of the year left the city "in with the Jacksonville firm LOW PRICES M
-+c 69 Dodge Van 65 Pick Up = "Somebody won't like it," good shape" financially, said explained that the increase in br

6 Cyl A T n Scott said, plainly disliking his accountant Jerry Handley. fee was necessary because of
I C Chev New Insp. II core of choosing between who presented the report for the increase in the amount of FELT HATSReg.
Out Good Rosier and McCulley."I .
Purvis. Gray and Powers paper work that is necessaryfor
vote for McCulley" Scott Gainesville CPA firm. his firm to fill out in orderto J
$995 $315 finally stated firmly "We were very pleased with help maintain the service NOW
To open the annual progress on your bookeeping and operation of the sewer
.5. reorganization, then Mayor system" said CPA John system. '35HI $2800
12 Chewe 12 CheYeu. Scott administered the oath of Knight, noting that city clerk He recommended that an LEISURE

Pick-Up. V8 AT Pickup ?. Ton Cheyenne office to Clerk Lucille Merrill Edwards and his engineer be hired to study the
= Shuford, beginning her second assistants have done much in for the
Short Wheel Base rates entire sewer sys-
.:.: AT AC.. Topper. term unopposed. Mrs. Shuford the past few years to improvethe tem and that it was his feeling Mans Coktm SUITS
$1995 then gave the oath to the system. that the City of Lake Butler a
$2295 [ four officials elected on the of information fuel Reg,45"
Lack on before the end of 1976 may "! -
Dec. 2 balloting: Marshall and operating material inventory find it necessary to file with Must: Co SOCOO
M.M. Jordan and CouncilmenScott and utility system the Public Service Commission NEVI\\
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Rosier, and Bennett. property value kept the firm a petition for a rate in- )
Lee Storm
Attorney Richard Welty was from makinadeluate/ crease. Rider

0 473-4470 & 473-4078 Aa From -a-personalfinancecolumn --- opinions financial status on the of actual utility $16.000 The Council street paving approved projectto :a COATS \ 20% OFF

in the Tampa revenues and expenses. be started with the assistance NOW $3600
Tribune"Therefore, put Knight said. of Union County. '
Extra Clean Cars part of your retirement Real cash increase over 1974 The following areas were Reg- 4S0'Lined \
funds "in carefully selected in the general fund amountedto selected by the unanimousvote ON ALL MEN'SJACK
scx-M ( about $52.000 although of the council: Denim
BRING THIS. AD increased expenditures cost -S.W. 2nd Terrace between &
the city almost $78.000, S.W. Second Avenue and S.W.
Handley reported.( Increase in Third Avenue. This was $1C80
revenues transferred from changed from S.W. Fourth
HEY MOM..LOOK the electrical account and Avenue because it was pointedout Reg. 21Barrel .
garbage collection fees more that an Oak tree would d
than made up for increased hinder the paving to S.W
expenditures he said.Administralive. Fourth Avenue. Racer Outfit Reg. 360

Special From 2 BIG DAYSMon&Tues. was the only expenditures city- between-S.W.S.W.Seventh First Street Avenue and

SE Fa OM account to finish the fiscal S.W. First Way. SADDLE BRIDLE $29000BIT
H POSES year ending Sept. 30 197$. -S.W First Terrace from
SEVERAL Sears Jan. 26th & 27th within its budget according to the corner of S.W. Sixth
tN the report. Avenue to the corner of S.W. & BREAST PLATE COMPLETE
COLOR HOURS Current assets comparedwith First Terrace to the corner of
1V GET A current hbilitics show S.W. First Way.
10 A.M.to 5 P.M. that the city finished! t the year
"in stable financial con-
dition" Handley said.A .

Beautiful new have bnokeepmg to be established systemwill GUARANTY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF GAINESVILLE

B I G Knight told the council due to Statement of Condition As Of December 31, 1875
a new law requiring uniform
for Business 5
systems for utility plant (Opened July 1956))

Living Color operators. The switch will ASSETS LIABILITIES AND NET WORTH
lake some time so Knight MorIOage Loans end Other
urged the city to begin LensonP.siEeuls . . . 169.215.04149 Savings Accounie .. .. . . .. $65.925.77679
altering its system soon to All Otherloane . . .. . . 1,074.131 52
avoid a $5.000 a day fine for Real E.le'e' Owned nd Advances from Federal
p 8 X 10 PORTRAIT not complying with the In Judoemenl. .. . . .. . 43.853 72 Home Loan Bank . .. . .. 9.720.000 00
directive. Loans end Conlracta made 10Faclllale
By Professional Sale 01 Real Other, Borrowed Money ,. . NONE
0 The accountants also . . ... . . t2.035 99
_, H & W Photographer stressed a need within the bole' Loans In Pocesa . ... 1.412.58693
Cam on Hand end iiiBanka
... utility system to keep . . .. .. . 779.1291Other Liabilities, .. . . 619113904Invesm.nl.
OF YOURSELF. YOUR CHILD OR FAMILY adequate! fuel and inventory .and Securiliss, .0..0. . . 5.215.9122S SpecilicAeservea .. .. .. . 114119306

o (Parents Must Select For Minors) records assistance indicating with this that and Fixed Assets, LseeOepreciaoon . . o. . . 1.996.907 03 General' Reserves 52.009.433 7t
switching over to the Federal Delerred Charges and Surpius 4(15.044 21
Power Commission's Uniform Other A888I. . . . . . 130.015 60 2474 52192
System of Accounts would be TOTAL LIABILITIES AND
provided! TOTAL ASSETS taO.M7,323 NET WORTH 580,228732314

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CARD OF THANKS 8..":_,t Saaar WNUAM' I4 CM'.OII 0"OOISO' 'IV I .0..0.. IJOt II'. Agri Ip. I. 171 GOI'
May we take this method of vf"n A lo..*.'.0"",", I.FSI .OS"C NAlap D.'C" A ,J ....0.,11ve''n .
4( 1w' A.eaM LEWiS'uELe'CEI" JO.h4'01001 SM'
thanking our neighbors and .. .. ,
r V. h" 1ewJ'CaaWa IAttnI avsi .aI0L0a oavaa '
c friends for their. kind expressions ', y.-. J IHOMMWU Afjmmlilfiilrt StaffAU8VJOHMS JSA MAewSvN. ."MxOC. .

of sympathy in our bereave- AwttjntComoiroikiroM .. TlwnMS ...., .enaNws'nAddNn '
NO ment. Those expressions> have / ._ MvO'SwunCfoon.... 1010 A V. CAM .
HANOIINOCNAROES been deeply appreciated.From HMdr,_ uw.'x' a-id' A iNn wF I. An A9'JlwCareuMw
AnM M li jns ,
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the }family of M.J. : : : 1" i.
Lon kaae."nna t sn>' .
Thomas M I AUOOfRMANIEOJ THOMAS SA ft**Ar..MS.ra.na. ." "gfOvnt. <. Ia.AELIE'nW ...'A....AM,....' IOh I. as asPMI'.Uaniaa
MaA.*tsW '" '' Ca.a
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Come early to avoid rush at family of Clinton. W. Buff taa
wish to thank our many friends Guaranty
for their Christian love and sympathy Isle
LIMIT ONI MR PERSON during his long illness and Federal I *
SEARS CATALOG death expressed in so many different -
ways. It's impossible to Savings
Group Pictures Made At STORE We name will them. always so much be grateful.was done.We Loan Association
MERCHANT ask for your continued prayer i(0.
NO EXTRA CHARGEFHOTOOIAPHV and love every one. May our

great God bless each of you in J { .....
9 SY 218 N. Temple St. Starke Fla. his own special loving way. ir.a
H&W Studio, Atlanta Buff Marion Hawkins.
Brenda Thomas, and Connie
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