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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 1, 1976
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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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 )
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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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Starke's newest business, the Best Western Motel on !north) US'-'
301, opened its doors for the first time Saturday night to road-
New Construction weary holiday travelers, filling the structure almost to capacity.
Although some furnishings and finishing touches have not
arrived at the motel, in H,D. (Kirk) Kirkpatrick said that
all available rooms were filed on the first night of operation.

J.5 Kirkpatrick had planned to open only half of the 56-unit facility,
4.5 Million but once the doors were open motel searchers were more than
Tops glad to find empty spaces despite the lack of final touches.
Starke's Holiday Inn was filled to capacity by 6 p.m. Saturday
night, according to manager Jim Poole Holiday Inn charges $12
for a single room and $16 for a double room per night. The Inn
1975 Permits ShowNew which opened in 1965, had an occupancy rate of 71 percent last
year, Poole said.

Best Western chose the best Nov. 14 to prepare for the
construction in 1973 the figure amounted to time of the motel year to open, opening of the Best Western
5 4s Bradford County increasedmore $3,338,647 Poole said, although holiday Motel,which they lease on a 15
than $533,616 during 1975 In January 1975, 40 permits travel is expected to taper off year basis with the option to
over 1974 with construction were issued for new con- as the New Year approaches. purchase every five years. '
permits issued by the Brad- struction with seven single Kirkpatrick and his wife
ford County Zoning Depart- family dwellings amounting to Ernestine (Tina) moved to The motel contains 47 rooms
ment amounting to 54,573.867. $185.000 and 22 mobile homes Starke from Destin, Fla., on with two double beds and ten
In 1974 new construction at$95.100and 11 other permits rooms with king size beds.
to Room rates at Best Westernare
amounting $7,100.
amounted to $4,040,251 and in
and
$11 for a single room
February decreased to 29 $4 for each additional renter.
permits amounting to w The king size bedrooms rent
2 HurtIn $268.990, with six single for $16 a night plus $4 for each
family dwellings $115,840,21. additional renter. Children
mobile homes at $111,450 and under 12 sleep free at the
the Hampton Fire Station at motel .
$12,000 with other construction Best Western is now staffed
CarWreck adding up to $29,700. with seven personnel, Including -
1 39 permits were issued in two maids and a night
March amounting to $256,700 auditor, but the Kirkpatncks
with eight permits for single are still looking for good .,.
family dwellings, 16 mobile maids.
homes and 21 other permits. Kirkpatrick came into the

April construction aroundthe motel business throughcarpeting
Two persons are in stable started an upward and lighting motel

..J ...!., we....... i .... a ;::w -- .a "a ... condition but are still trend county with 52 permits Issued rooms while in the floor
hospitalized this week after covering business in Destin.
The old Law ley City Hall,still in use, hasten its best days destruction of the structure, aol it Is one of Lawtey's! few vehicles they were in collided amounting to for$377,800. He is a retired Marine, having
I and may soon be torn down to make way for a new city hall, remaining historical buildings. Talks on tearing down the old Dee 24 between Keystone Thirteen were single for served 20 years active duty
converted from the town's' unused railroad! d..pothleh was City flail' are expelled at the next meeting of the city council, Heights and Melrose on SR-S mobile family homes dwellings and ,19 20 others.In and ten years reserve. He
recently given lathe C it"t least one area resident opposes. scheduled, .for Jan. 5, at 7:30: p,m. :UP,; six miles west of SR 100 retired from the armed ser-
.AI. _it May 58 permits were vices
i f John W. Hughey, 48, of issued amounting to 428400. as a gunnery sargcant.
Keystone Heights, the driverof Five were single family Tina worked in ladies'
a 1972 Buick, sustained a dwellings, 28 mobile homes sportswear before joining her
I'lie
Works
Lawtey Water :{ fractured hip and a fracturedarm and one other. A Presbyterian Preparations for openingthe husband in the motel venture.
In the accident. The Church located on SR-21B and Best Western Motel The couple, which is now
vehicle he was driving SR-21 between Keystone were' still underway Friday renting half a duplex on
collided with a 1972 Ford Heights and Melrose was afternoon as Innkeeper Geiger Street, has been
Sedan in which passenger started during this month. A "Kirk" Kirkpatrick moved married 20 years and they
This MonthAfter Daffney Robinson, 16, of garage and several swimming lamps Into the rooms. The have no children.
Operational Melrose suffered a concussionand pools were also constructed 56-unit structure will Kirkpatrick plans to keep
broken leg. during this month. remain partially open until half the motel open until the
The Florida Highway Patrol June continued the warm final furnishings: and rest of the nightstands,

a three vear struggle undeterred by opposition from hopefully become operational completed their work except vehicle said that the Hughey weather upward trend in new landscaping arrives. (SriI'.me( (Iii>
by a determined majority of a militant minority, the town's by mid-January for electrical wiring in the was westbound on SR- construction in the county
the Lawtey City Council, $420,000 water system will Contractors have virtually office building and installationof S 21B and the 1972 Ford sedan with 63 permits issued totaling
two large pumps in the operated by Linda Ann O'Nealof 560400. They included 17
.,: water distribution system, Putnam Hall was eastboundon single family dwellings, 20-
and for the completion of the same highway. mobile homes, three com- I,
5h some water line that was The report indicated that mercial, one fruit stand, two Li
added to the project when it the Hughey vehicle apparently swimming pools, and 23 other
became evident that the attempted a left turn permits issued.
L-1 a lower-than-expected bids into the path of the O'Neal 53 permits were issued
would permit extending linesto vehicle The O'Neal vehicle during the month of July
,, motels north of town and unsuccessfully turned to the amounting to $523,325. Eight
down the "Bub Carter Road," right to avoid a collision. were for single family .
3r. iM x' list which were not included in the The vehicle then collided dwellings, 19 for mobile \ ..j

A i I t II original plan. head on with the Ford, which homes, five for commercial,
e a went into a ditch and rolled and 23 others. This month
The final step in the long overon its top. The Buick then construction included the
of to
chain events necessary spun around in the highway to start of the Lawtey Water
"" Tom bring water to Lawtey took a final position across the works and the building of the
:: place last Friday i when a
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M center line facing east, the Highway Baptist Church near
bond issue sold to
$250,000( was
report stated. Lawtey.In Best Western Motel innkeeper"Kirk" Kirkpatrick signs
Luwtey's new water plant complex, located just west of the old City Hall, Includes, l-r, the Farmers Home Administration The patrol listed after
highway August 72 permits were In one of the,first guests at the motel Saturday night
office building. KHI.INIII gallon storage tank and 10.000 gallon pressure tank. Many of at six per cent damage to the 1972 BuickCoach issued by the zoning department nearly two months preparation for the opening. The motel
Lawtey's beautiful old trees were removed to introduce the controversial water system interest. Up to this point the
and the 1972 Ford amounting to $472,307 in was nearly lull fm its first night of operation, despite
had been
city operating on
complex
Sedan at each.
$2,000
minor
interim funds advanced by the I tse > Pane li: ) problems

Florida Bank of Starke on

Chamber Board Rehashes Plan favorable addition items.In to. the $250,000 Education and Trial Of Law Necessary

bond issue, the project is I ISaying

i,! To Limit Federal Spending F1IA being grant financed(see, age7'by',-000inCity a $100,000 For Full Benefit Of Retarded Rights- -


'I that he was amazedat for the citizen's well-being. rights to society as a whole, Many at home to not receivethe
The plan to limit such ideas But Senators "
Georgia all the time. Sanders said.
Sanders said. medical and educational
'I Government spending to Chiles and Stone voted againstthe Block Grant the legislation regarding Although the laws mainly
Tom Jackson, an opponentto "The enacts treatment in the
legislature provided
Income was discussed at common situs picketingbill the rights of retarded citizens apply to those In institutions,
I by the Board of after we wrote them a the proposal at a previous County Judge Elzie Sanders testing the laws in the courts approaches without necessary law," Sanders said.
length
meeting, indicated at the Set and Concern expressed by
Governors of t the Starke. letter" Mjers said Hearing told members of the Brad- will possibly expand those funding implementation.
meeting that he has changedbis ford-Union Association for members of the group included -
Chamber of Bradford Judge
Bradford County County
at their Klzie: S. Sanders indicated he mind Retarded Citizens that rights of employmentand
monthly :
Commerce
President Bill Gloyer said Monday P.M. Fire Truck inheritance.
education and trial by law Raiford
the
at
themeof
has to the
luncheon meeting no objection "We can't sit back and would be for Education of the public on
Garden Restaurant on the Georgia plan, but is complain about it, got to L.I\1. Gaines, director of the retarded people necessary to fully the difference between

Thursday Executive, Dec.VicePresidentJohn 4. against amendment a as constitutional it can be done finally do something. It meanswe County Zoning Board, is filingan benefit from their rights. Almost Ready To GoAllen 'retarded' and 'incompetent'will
will have to get out and application for a block be required: before em-
Myers was asked by the by statute "The Constitution "I'm amazed that the
work a little bit. grant for im ployers may be willing to hire
county
Governors to prepare a does not need to be amended John Torode indicated that provements through the legislature had to go to this Darlington, new Fire purchase equipment for the retarded citizens, Sanders
sample petition to possibly be he agreed with Judge San- Florida of extreme in saying that Chief at Raiford, told the fire department, including the
used by the local chamber. ders, but said "so many Community Department Affairs retarded people have rights. Town Council at their monthly following items: a ladder, said.Retarded people have fill
The Georgia plan, a IIX Exemption congressmen are so" liberal. Many people consider meeting Monday Dec. 8 that safety equipment, a first aid rights of inheritance, even if
movement of various They aon t mina spending In Included in the grant application retarded as mentally in- fire officials have been kit, and two or three fire judged by the courts, to be
will be
chambers across the country Application; ; the red." Before inflation can the paving of competent. Not so. They are working on the new fire truck extmquishers incompetent, Sanders told the
and other organizations, be controlled, government approximately eight miles of protected by a good, common with the lights and the truck On a motion by Council group. A guardian may be .
roads, and ,
county
by petition an Out spending will have to be resurfacing sense bill of rights, Sanders now operable.. President Leland Brallier appointed to administer the
promoting } This; Week several additional miles; of be <.xee Ii>
effort to require the federal controlled Torode said. told the Dec. 11 gathering "The truck needs to rageAttempted estate, which may' be
government, either by constitutional Homestead exemptions for "Sometimes borrowing is improving on US drainage 301 at the structures Pratt about 20.Among. inspected and insurance needsto Gift registered in the person'sname.
for the truck,
amendment or sound, fiscally, "Dupont be gotten C
very
1976 are being mailed Dec. 31 Street intersection to prevent the rights afforded
statutory change, to restrict by the office of Property Executive Ken Platt said, flooding in the area, improving retarded citizens is prompt Darlington said Delivery Thwarted However, if a mentally I
federal spending to Income Appraiser Gene Long, including offering a different viewing. drainage from and appropriate treatmentand Attorney Richard Welty Correctional officers retarded citizen is judged by
checked with StateFarm's
received. The plan is named exemption applications Platt said he would be willingto I\ organ Road to Wateroak care for physical or said he in stopped the attempted the courts to be incompetent,
after the state of Georgia as it ) for widows, solicit signatures if the Creek; opening ditches and mental ailments. Sanders Insurance agent does delivery of an illegal he may lose his right to vote.
is the law in that slate to disability, and agricultural effort is multiplied across the running grades on about 36 said. The relatively new law Starke but the company Christmas gift at Florida Rights of retarded citizensare
restrict spending to income exemptions.New nation by Chambers of miles between SR-16 and 301; Includes restrictions and not write insurance vehicles. on any State Prison Christmas Day based on the Fifth

received deadline for filing Commerce.Glover announced that and funds for CUBB to do penalties for negligent or emergency J.D. Griffis and the gift-giver was\ Amendment to the United
these exemptions with theappraiser's needed work deliberate acts violating this Mayor arrested. States Constitution, which
If the local 1 chamber tackledthe on old RJE that Darlington
Florida of the House recommended
Speaker Elaine Sollazo. 32, of Lake that no shall be
plan each member maybe office is March 1, school building for use as a right. to says person
required to obtain 25- according to Appraiser Gene Donald Tucker, D- community center.A check with Union be County included Park, was observed by deprived of life, hbery of .1
signatures on petitions in- Long Tallahassee, has accepted an public hearing will be heldon Many retarded people are see if they could insurance correctional officers as she property without due process .
volved. Tangible personal property invitation to be the guest the application at 2 p.m., punished by drugs to restrain with the county fire dropped nine marijuana of the law, Sanders said.
'People that are opposed to returns must be returned to speaker at the annual January 5, in the county their mobility. Sanders said programs.council cigarettes through the fenceat In enacting a Retarded I
the plan feel that pt-ople in Appraiser's office by April Chamber of Commerce commission room, Gaines and this type treatment now The request approvedDarlington's to Butler Transfer Unit east of People's Bill cf Rights on July
Washington novri listen to I. IMot' 'age 61tafabyatfwreWSMida ) said. carries with it civil liability the prison. eSl'l' Page) 12) ;

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I .' ,: Little Formal Women Held Dec.Christmas 22 fid

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The Little Women held their The Little Women held a gfeTheei1&ady3
annual Christmas formal at business meeting and
the club house on December 22 Christmas party at the
from 8 to 12 p.m.ith approximately last week. [ Wooly SocUly &iorr 964-7608 ...- .......-
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tending. refreshments and they exchanged -
Music was furnished by gifts. Santa Clans Ellen Bloodworth-Michael Miller H
Sarah Smith Celebrated4th
'Sugar Bear." came by for a visit and they

I covered The refreshment with a white table cutwork was sang Christmas carols. Birthday SundayLittle Wedding Held December 20 H

cloth and centered with
a Little
WomenTo
Sarah Smith decorations and at the
Ellen Blood-
silver and gold Mjss Lynda
arrangement celebrated her fourth refreshment table. The birthday i
birthday and Michael
worth
flanked by white candles in Meet Eugene
Sunday afternoon when her cake was topped with a
Miller united in
crystal holders. Crystal plates were
parents Mr. and Mrs. John
and silver trays held It. scarecrow. marriage December 20 at 7:30
January 5 Smith a for her The eight little "'
Christmas cookies and sandwiches gave party at guests enjoyed p.m. in the First United
their home on Kingsley Lake. games in the yard and
Red Christmas punchwas \Methodist Church of Starke.
The Little Women's Club
The Wizard of()z theme was were given favors of horns of
bride is the
The daughter
served from
a crystal will meet 5
Monday January
carried out in the and whistles.Mr. .
; partyCP8C0CPf8 F
James
and
punch bowl. Mrs. Henry at 8 p.m. at the clubhouse. Mr. Mrs.
Barbara Green'And Godwin and !Mrs .F.W. Bloodworth of Starke. The
Strickland, sponsors presidedat groom is the son of Mr. and
B.S. Zoltowski the punch bowl Henry Woman's Club qJC0CUtJufC0CWt Mrs. Harold Miller of Danville
Godwin and George Roberts III.
Plan Jon WeddingMrs were chaperons along with Board To Meet Rev. Powell Gahagan of
:Mrs. Strickland and Mrs. Valdosta Ga., with Rev.
LiUjun Thomas Casey Godwin. January 7 \ George Harper assisting,
The dance hall was performed the ceremonyMrs.
the
announces approaching engagementand marriage of decorated with silver bells The executive board of the L.J. Green, organist,

her daughter, Barbara ,Ann to and a blue and green garland Woman's Club of Starke willm.t Mr. and Mrs. Wit Andrews .and \Mrs. Tommy Johns presented a program of
.
Benjamin S Zoltowski, son of hanging from the ceiling. Wednesday, January 7 of Fort Lauderdale were and family of Macclenny were nuptial music.Decorating
Christmas lights surrounded at 12 noon at the Branding Christmas Eve of Mr. the altar were
:Mr S.vlvester B Zoltowski of Saturday guests of Mr. and guests
Kingsley !Luke.Mr. the entrance doorway and the Iron Restaurant for a lun- Mrs. T.C. Hazen Jr. and Mrs. J.W. Ritch. arrangements of red and F
doorway to the dining room. cheon meeting. white mums and potted "t'' r-

: Zoltowski is employed The piano in the dining room --- Mr. and Mrs. Brian \Mr. and Mrs Tommy poinsettias against a /r f fi fv'
b} Florida Sleel.! held a tall white and blue !Mr. and Mrs. Robert \Martinof Hamilton Mrs John Griffin Chastain of Gainesville spent background of arched and fi i
feather arrangement and Hm'enna.Iich.! were firstof Miss Lillian Stump, Mrs. W.H. the holidays with their seven-branch candelabra with
A January wedding is three large white candles. A the week guests of \Mr. and Thomson and \Mrs Joyce parents Mrs. Clyde Sinclair burning tapers and greenery: !
planned. guyly decorated Christmastree !Mrs Philip'ellenga.. The pews were marked with
Riherd attended the Gator and Mr. and Mrs. T.C.
stood the satin bows and .
by stage. greenery.Dan
---- -- -. r _r niiB ss 3Bm s"" 3liB3O1 -. Bowl game \Monday night. Chastain. McClure, Atlanta, Ga.
s s s attended Mr. \Miller as best
\Mr. and Mrs. W.E. Tilley Mrs. N.K. Hurst and \Mrs.
Ushers Enoch
were
man.
spent Christmas day with \Mr. Joe Brower of Indianapolis
Hendry, Savannah Ga.
and Mrs. Dewey Warren in Ind. were Tuesday overnight ;
Peter Repko, Valdosta Ga.
Jacksonville.Lt. of Mrs. Clyde Sinclair.
Liquor guests
and Tom Busby,Orange Park.
a a Mr.and Mrs. Fred Thomsonand Miss Carol Bloodworth
.u and Mrs R.G. Thorntonof
attended her sister as maid of
of Tallahasseeand
Todd.
& Bogart Ga. spent the long son
honor. Bridesmaids were
Mr. and Mrs.
weekend with her mother Henry
Misses Denise Winkler and
Thomson Monticello\
Mrs HarryIooty.\ were
t ff Christmas guests of Mr. and Karen DiGirolamo of Winter
Lounge ? t \Mrs J.R. Kite was in Mrs Brian Hamilton Mrs. Park.
The maid of honor and
f Pel ham, Ga. Monday to John Griffin and Miss Lillian
U.S. 301 N.Come. Friday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Stump. alike bridesmaids in were gowned
Collins. green nyesta empire
Ralph Clyde B. Terwillegar and style; with V-necklme and
L
; / Mrs W.H. Thomson of daughter Anne, spent shirred bust with seed pearlsin .
and in St. the shirring and long &
Tallahassee has spent the past Monday Tuesday .
i two weeks with Miss Lillian Petersburg visiting his sleeves. They wore pearl
mother. Mrs Sr. necklaces and carried red ,
STump \Mrs John W. Griffin, Terwillegar
\ew ; and \Mr. and Mrs. Brian carnations with green and red
(/ / :: Hamilton. Rev. and \Mrs. F.L. Starlingand streamers.The .. .
bride, given in
children of Panama City
1 Local admittances to marriage by her father was line the bride red
Join Us spent the holidays with their receiving were with burning tapers
( Bradford County Hospital this parents. Mr, and Mrs. W.L. lovely in an empire gown of and groom their parents and centered each table. The
week include Orie Wiggins, Thomas and Mr. and \Mrs JoeS. candlelight nyesta.Beaded re- attendants. !Mrs. Charles' silver punch bowls were encircled
In Our \Mrs. Beulah Kelly !Mrs Starling.Mr. embroidered alencon lace Darby invited the guests to the with cedar and holly.
Dottie Wilson. George Loper outlined the sheer round yokeof refreshment table. Pouring coffee was \Mrs.
New Years Mrs. Minnie Gardiner Mrs. and Mrs. Philip silk organza and trimmedthe Red and'white mums and Harold Sullivan of
Ruth Lee Mrs Julia Thomas,
high neckline and long decorated the
Vellenga and daughter were greenery Tallahassee aunt of the bride.
Mrs. Alvonia Summerlin in St. Petersburg Wednesdayto straight sleeves. The full skirt mantel in the lounge. Pouring coffee: was \Mrs.
Willis Thornton and John Friday visiting !Mr. and fell into an attached chapel The bride's table was Harold Sullivan of
EVE \Muzzillo Starke; lobby \Mrs. William Vellenga.Mr. train. Her headpiece was a covered with an Army-Navy;.; Tallahassee, aunt of the bride.
Baldree Harry Rose.ishineand camelot cap of alecon lace cloth and centered with a four Pouring punch were \Mrs.
Lewis Roberts Keystone and Mrs. Vincent accented with seed pearls. tiered cake topped with an Peter Kepko. Valdosta Ga.,
Heights and Willie Carter
Raiford.Mr. .; Montuoro of Vera Beach were Alencon lace bordered the arrangement of doves and :Miss Vicky Turner and Miss
last Friday guests of !Mr. and elbow length tier of veilingover flowers. Two tall silver Anne Terwillegar.The .

i I PARTY We Provide The Party Favors Koistinen\ and and\Mrs.Miss Robert Tia Mrs. Mac lliwin. length the veil.double She carried cathedral a candelabras arrangements of red with and by\Miss bride's June Hardy book al was a round kept

Thornton of Texas Mr ar.Wy. '.C. Hazen bouquet of red hollyA white mums, fern and burningred table covered with an Army-
Arlington
Jr 4 of reception was held at the tapers ere at each end of [Navy; cloth centered with a
were .js guests
of \Mr.
were holiday guests
Starke Woman's Club. Mrs.
Mr. and Mrsvix-n Hazen in the table. Two silver trays red carnation in a silver vase.
and \Mrs. Vernie Thornton.
Sinclair greeted the
Clyde
Jacksonville. W' held dainty mints decorated Assisting m serving were
My v'nv My Mv' vLMv Nv'nv v'Mv Kv guests and standing in the with red rosebuds. Mrs.\ Miss Geri Lyn Andrews Miss
v v v' v r r r r v' v v' v
Stanley Martin of Tallahasseeand Leslie Andrews. \Mrs. Donald
< Mrs. Bunny Andrews of Carter !Mrs. Henry Godwin
? Ormond Beach aunts of the Mrs.Eldon Hardy Mrs. Clyde
iTir9nhiiA tr4.17" i if Pre-Inventory Sale bride cut the cake. Terwillegar and Mrs. Warren
The two punch tables were Winkler
covered with lace edged Passing out rice bags were
( 1usmr [ JAIING {{ cloths. Silver Candelabras Hena Akers and Elizabeth
1 10-20- Powell.! Passing out ap-
preciation scrolls was Jen-
THE BRADFORD
WJThBEG1NTo g ('Ol'TTELEGR.PII;; nifer Following Brown.wedding trip to

Published every Thursda) Virginia the couple is residing
30 % OFFThe at 138 W.Call Street' in Gainesville
{{ SUrke, Florida 32091
UDC To Meet


Start The Year Right Check Our 2 SU PEClEll1 i i.s Magic Needle Second' Subscription at Stark Class',postage Florida Rates' paid: The January W.T Weeks 7 chapter.


BessentRoad L'DC. will meet Wednesday,
In trade area:16.00 per'
{{ 13.50six January 7 at 3:30: p m. at the
Repossessed Mobile Home. year; months
Starke, Florida home of Mrs. Lester Crews
{{ Outside trade with :Mrs. K.K Perryman.
area: 17.00
{{ 964-6300 964.5149 peryearll.oosix month :Mrs. Bertha Pearce and \Mrs.
{t 12HSS I 12x71You :J Walla Lipsey as co-hostesses.
{{

ZBr FErR & Bath 2Br FErt Rear {xp Pecan YieldReduced


{ {{ NOTICE By


Can Move In $ OflflO (] {{{{ Spanish MossPecan

1916Homestead
{{ growers and other
vUU fruit and shade tree ownersin
For Only {{ this area are watchingthe
Exemption increase of Spanish
{{
{
moss on their trees because

.x tt You Must Have Good Credit & Have Been In Your Pn.ssentftftftftftftft&: ApplicationsWill will of have the adverse on their effectit crop


: Employment f for 1 Year {{ yield.Graduate' Entomologists
at Florida Pest Control
{{ {{ Be Mailed Wednesday explain that Spanish moss
{{ is not a parasite as is
rather

This .Is Another Reason That: You {{ Dec 31 own but an seed.air commonly It plant suffocates having thought the its

{{ tree by clogging its breath.

i Need to Mark Olin {{ ing pores ... it shades out
When
see
{{ Also Exemption Applications For Widows, sunlight and... disease it harbors organ-Insects


{{ ':, You Ore Short Of Cash {{ The Disabled And Agricultural holds isms. moisture It adds weight and during and

/, Exemptions periods of heavy rain and
I'' wind it is often this added
{{ r- weight that causes limbs to

{{ I. ', He'll Still Trade For Anything From I NEW DEADLINE TO FILEThese crack course this or break makes the and tree of

{{ \ i and more disease.vulnerable to Insects

4z A Billy Goat To A Battle. Ship Spanish moss can be
killed quickly, safely and

I RSK MRRK RBOUT {{ Exemptions Is March 1. Tangible Property economically.Control uses a Florida special Pest for.

{{ ,mula, power spray that
FHA Returns must Be Filed 1. kills the moss AND Its
l By April
i FinancingOlin's {{ seed, but does not harm
trees,
{{ shrubs or grass. For
pecan trees,.....ylng must

\" {{ All Applications Must Be Filed With The Office Of ..

i {{ and January Intills .rea.

Mobile Home {{ Property Appraiser Gene Long In The gradually After spraying disintegratesand The moss

{{ {{ disappear Florida
{ Bradford County Courthouse Pest Control offer free
Hwy 100 964.5606 tt inspection and estimator
Starke Fla.
{ Call them at fM-S74J. It
IT could mean a bigger,
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Mrs. Hobble Shallcr gave a ;
birthday! party Sunday -
evening for Mr. Shatter with 3'r ELIZABETH GIVENS WALKER ,

Hi guests attending.Mr. ew .
t
II l':( .is'I'1'It'I'tVII'I'E' : < : New hope| It.iplist Church, III\'IS pastor, .
.and Mrs. Billy Powell of All ld->cur-olds' are urged to Rev L.\\'. Mosely pastor New Bethel services begin
Mauldin, S.C. are spending t register" to vole The bulks are Chtirth School. 10 a.m. with u joint W u Ich: Nightservice
December 26 to December 31 now" open at the courthouseKltOUMK'IKOOP' :Morning Worship at 11 Al- with Kix-ne/er; alto
with Mr. and Mrs Hoy 1I'I'noon Service, ;3 p mVI. :sn. Church .Schiwl. lit a.m.

Williams and Mr. and Mrs. : ( : risKuhMK! : Church. HTl' .."> p m.Kbene.er _'.
C'harncy Williams.Mr. (111'0nit' Troop :I i2ri:!: w ill meetMoseley Hev George Farmer pastor.
: Jan I 5. al H.IK: old ('hurdSchuol.. 10 a.m : Baptist Church:
h I and Mrs. Gene Wigginsof school at.::1 :.10. All parents are Morning: ; Worship! at 11. terminating 1'raver Meeting/ und Bible'
Fairburrt. Cia.. Miss asked, to please cooperate und services; lor the day. Class each Thursday! l night -- -
fVA Suzanne Kenney of Rome, Ga. end their girls to the meeting( 'e'* Bethel\ and Kbenrerii : Church School. !J"-:Morning; !
and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy and lIul'kI Ilh the leaders! lor |>.list Churches, Hev Leroy Wor hip al II. K\: filing Service '

Wiggins and family of Y :._ "td II "III't'nwnl.Is: Lennon, li p.in. Each member is
Jacksonville were holiday i :Morris and llolid.u Suspect HeldIn asked locaperatewilhVatch ,
f guests( or Mr. and Mrs. One Junior Troop <>(>15' will meet :Night':
Wiggins Orie Wiggins, who lit H.IK{ : \in Koom D-l.l first St'r'ICl'r J

had a heart attack December wing/ I runt I the n.vni.: on Stabbing .
(Greater ltefhlehansF'rerwill I
24. .is confined in Bradford Saturdav .Jan 01). ut ::1 i p.m.Lciidcr. ..J
i Kev.
(County Hospital. Ms Alice !Sc-arcy andI At RaifordJimmy Jasperilliams Bapl'sh'Ittireh|
I I-? Walker paslor.
Watch !Night; service, 1op.m,
v Mr and Mrs. Mack Ford 01\\. a L'CI
Williams had as guests during (Kcn\i-ns: : inmate ;al Kailord. was found! \\ednesda.v. Saturday night' II.)
rr'k. the holiday Mr. and Mrs. J.K. Pleasant Grove. anti Mt. subbed, to death in the pri p.111. Teachers Meeting.Church
School 111): Morning
.l.tickie. Jr of Philadelphia. Moriah I'nited ('lunch Parish, sun'sest I clothing room :
Worship 11. limner st'l'vil't'ilt
Pa. David McQuaig of Kevillie Still! pastor about Ii p nt.1 Tuesday lec HiI
\\2:111.::< Ku'inng Worship, II I Ip
VV'a.vcross, Mr. and Mrs. John I Pleasant (i I'm.t'l'I'kll' services 'Cl 1 Superintendent Ka>'- ,
tifirrr Williams of Gainesville Mr. j l3 will 111'1(111ith( Junior mondlolssl.'v: said thai the m
and !Mrs. Bob Williams of Choir l''ht'.lrsall'ill'h lirst and stabbing is believed! to have

Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. M'L'omll\lulitluy night at 7:30.: resulted Irom ait argument. in lil''ul..rlIt'" ('hUIII'1U| : :
i Frank Williams of Crystal ff:4 Tm> Tots rehearsal Tuesday the room where prisoners ('linn li. HI'IU.i, lleastie
Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Ben ; al licdnesda:<() >' night./ change their clothes, Ford had pastor Love Feast Service
Williams of Savannah, Ga. \1'...:'" .' I IIt'l' ::11. Watch :Night; ( Serviceat been stabbed lour times each lirsl FI'ldahl'forl' the
and !Mr and !Mrs. Hichard i '. "". i1IIol'iuh: !starting/ at 9 An investigation! of the incident lirst Sunday, (Church School

Williams of Tallahassee and .1+3 p in Thursday night Bible has been launched by the \loa,m, Communion Service al
their families ;. Study at H., Sunday !>cr'icesI"'ltlil state attorney's oltice. One II and 5-30:: p.m'islt'S!
with Church School 10 suspect has been "locked up," always welcome.
Mrs. F.W. Strickland gave a ... am :Morningorship/ alII. according Massey!
Mr surprise luncheon Saturday, (Communion. p m. Ford was serving a :20-year!()
rcr December 20 for her :Ml :Moriah is host to the sentence I from Polk County for

daughter Mrs. Charles Joint' \Vatchmght Service at 9 second degree murder, and an
Jl Howell on her birthday. L p m. Sunday Services begin additional six-month sentence
Several intimate friends of with Church School at 9:30.: [from Marion County lor pos
Mrs Howell attended.
Communion ,
11 a m. session of narcotics.

i Lisa Sweat-John Morgan Out-of-town guests attending Mr. and Mrs. U.S. Rhoden
the Ellen Bloodworth

Wedding Held December 19 !Michael Miller wedding Celebrate 50th 9
Anniversary
I December 20 were: from 9

!f'"" ,< Miss Lisa Juno Sweat sleeves' inset, and neckband.! Gainesville Bloodworth, Mrs.Mrs Marie Lucy .Mr.: and .Mrs.: I'.S.' Khudvn celebrated their ."(Mil weddingiumlersary Ldooeetiffl16 .6
'I he train of the same lace
was
daughter orIr: and :Mrs Parrish !Mr. and Mrs. Harold StliltlaIh''t'm'.r' 21. ut the !Luke Butler
tltiley" Sweat Jr. and John w ith pearls covering the band their ,
Martin: Bruce and Harriett, l'olemmnily'enterwhen sine Klbrrt Hhoclen Atlanta
cJiandolph Morgan\ son of Hoy around the midriff under Mr and Mrs. Tony Proto, Mr. unit their two dluJhh'rIrs.: Lucille Greenwood of !Lake
?_I IJ.: :Morgan anil Mrs Loretta which the train was attached and! Mrs. Jesse Ream, Mr. Kuller and :Mrs. .luc' <|iiflim'Cherrv. of Kenston. .\.('.
JJ\lorl.lI1. all ol Stu I'kt"l'rl' The! noun and headpiece t'remadl' and :Mrs. Greg 'Marshall; gave u reception for them.Mr. .

United in marriage! Friday by: the bride's mother from Jacksonville. Mrs. Joan : and :Mrs. Ithmlen were marrird January' I HI!), II2In!> :\ co 1 1
jjUcccnilicr) I't.\ al H p.m. by Her veil of white illusion :Miller Scott and Lee, !Mr and :\\1.lu'h'nnv.: Ithwlen! I is a oaths of :\11I'l'It'lIniliitl :airy d
Kcv Leon T (Odom)( Jr oftiamesvilleat hordl'rl'dilh lace was :Mrs. Stanley McCa klll. Mr. Itlmdrn I is the former !l.ninie !Pukes of ,Jacksonville.. The 1 I r
; the home of the secured to a caplet of white and! Mrs. Harold Shad; from couple) has lived nil !SK-lllll east of Lake huller fur the past 17 + I
bride's. uncle and Mr lace, same as! the gown lined .
aunt, Valdosta Ga., K.J., !Norman; years moving/ from acksonvill.
and !Mrs. F.dvtaril: \ :N, (Green with satin bordered with tiny :Ms Pat Kalb. Ms. Wendy Some :2011! persons uUcmled the reception at the KhiHlrnhomo.
''ItIiIalh"un:!: : Street.A pearls and rhinestones Shecarried ('urr, :Mr and Mrs. MichacleH. .
candelabra Ith a new It'slamt'ntI.ppt'd
large
Miller. Mrs,, PowelliahaganandUobllagan. - -- -
with white ,
honked ) carnations
burning tapers svas by
two baskets nf white daisies, daisies and bl'ld.11Ht'lIh. ( Mr Mr and Mrs: Henry : 1a
Sladespent
:Mr dIr: TIL
u
and Mrs. Bill Leas, IT'S TIME
A also held at Stelanelli of Staike and Mr:
white gladioli: and blue car reception was .
1\Irs. last lit sd.IYund
Tallahassee.: and
.1
the ireen's home ; .I and Mrs: Albert Stefanelh and
nationsMusic Emory Blanton. Lake City: \\cdnesdaywithMr; : and :Mrs.
: was recorded, on tapeliv covered The bride's with lace table cloth was Cap! and Mrs Bruce Blocher/ Charles Sawyer in (tamily Christmas Jacksonville dolIth :Mr.spentJacksom'ille and TO WISH YOU A
,, :Miss/ F.ve: Flitch, played on a overblue and Homestead and Thursday I
son ; Mrs Koberf
and centered with blue :Mrs Stelanelli in ,
a
!the sleieo. Thomas Freeman, Lake and! I' Friday ..Ih Mr and Mrs 1
and w lull't'lhhnj! cakt.Irs: Gainesville
:
Roy U"nlt'1Iorjotan attended I. he-lend Sanford.
John
in
Wall'sIr.! and :Mrs. Charles
his brother", as best Martha: BI'unIlL'l'Ut the cakeHHif HAPPY NEW YEAR!
1 al1lllhl'lI..lwrs Carl and white daisies encircled Bu!>by, Orange Park and :Mr and Mrs: HOIK! \\'ativmton .
nran I Jjmes Blood orth of Perry Mr and :Mrs. Rod I Struth of f ot Grover S C. Mr
'' ,
the cakeKdwurU
'tlunsmiicr and Johnny' SweatMrs ,. : VI fl\\
I Plant CitvJJi{FBobby T .1 and Mrs alul' Mrs.\ K.\Valterson oftheir ,
t't'lIlt'lI; ; attended : N (;ireen greetedthe >n' C'ltv. and
Caj
as matron ol honor guests! at the door and and:Mr. and 1lrsC the Passer I iam'.t( U1L pent the longtheir Hampton and :Mr and MrsKnglish ,- Eloise'sCeramics ,'-
blue :Miss I Debbie Jones kept the sons spent holidayswith 10 : Hilton of Jacksonville
She wore a crepe knit *'
weekend mother :
$,
her Mr. and
,
parents
: weekend of :Mr
bride's book.TI1l' were guests
gown white with ovcrlav empire on t the waist bodice sheer, punch table was :Mrs C.I..' Ala.Justin in Birmingham. Mrs Lou S ft ulh, and Mrs. Fred 1. \\attcrsonDOYLE Best of luck in .the year ahead!

sheer pulled, sleeves and covered w ith a lace cloth over

scoop. velvet neck iihlmn The gown( sash had and ablue I IIhlt'> Presiding bowls were at Mrs: the twoplinth Kd- Mr and! :Mrs Ardel Brannenof o0 HURST'S SHELL SERVICECARL OWNED & OPERATEDby

'' 'she! wore! a blue velvet bow \\ilrtllil't''n and :Miss I Debbie Jacksonville entertainedhis 4p Eloise Goodman
pan'nls.11': and :Mrs. HURST 24 Hour Wrecker Service
with in her hair, <;
stiearners il'Ifl's e ,
Raleigh A. Brannen of Bed-
She carried a blue and while : Clifton irilfis ussi!>ltodinst'l'vinj lord !Lakeat a German dinnerat 210 S. Temple Ave Starke. 964.6111 515 Alton Rd 964.5602
dais nosegavMiss : and !Miss Ke: FUtL'hot'l'.t'd dlw
: Schmt/elhaus
Kmniy's in
: I.I.t'nn ireen attended entice trout a separate
Jacksonville on Saturday The
as bridesmaid and) table ALL SALES FINAL
'
following a short wedding occasion being their weddinganniversary. NO REFUNDS
was attired! uulrntically to I liehonor Other
trip to St. Augustine the guests
.1tlendanlThe I ) NO EXCHANGES
bride in couple\ is residing! on Griffis Wl'rl'llss: Jessie :May 6
given
Brannen of Barlow and !Miss
'
Ut
mairuigc' bv her father worea Loop I.Mr Fort of 1\ .
and : : Lynn Jacksonville.Mr.
: Mrs Morgan arc '
white satin gown: with aae .
empire waist, long: while laces both I 1973! : graduates of BUS. e0ea ((\
and :Mrs. Harold
:\ll'slorg,1I1: is employed by .. fII!!..
Florida Farm Bureau in Spengler of Stone Mountain :JV Cal S510 \
Ga \It'rl'Iomlilv: luncheon ofa ,
(i.IIIII'SHIII' and :Mr :Morgan is EU11 ( .
employed by Owen Joist.Starke guests of LTC ;and :Mrs. V.J. ( qbAr
-
SpenglerMr I s \
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a n toSaa5
deaOQgS .
m9 d c
-- --- : and Mrs Mark t?t+ \
CI.IHM! \\ Hamilton and children of aame s'o .,

\\ IVSIIONOKF.xemplary Tampa were weekend guestsof a Iltse i" it Sale Starts
: conduct and :Mr. and :Mrs S.W c

1 duty perlormance at Langley( I Hamilton.Mr t '

Air Force Outstanding Base Virginia Airmanof hasearned : andh's: W,D. 0 Jan 2,1976
Hamilton and :Mrs. Tom
the' Quarter honors forirm.1I1
I'ckins of Orlando were
,\ 1st 'lass Judy A 0
Sunday visitors of11': and
of :Mr and
Walker daughter .
Hamilton.Mr
I :Mrs Brian
:Mrs I DennisV nlhs.! of

-Uoute\ I. Starke : and :Mrs John H, Smith Ladies REDUCED
I Airman Walker is servingas and d.lUihtt'rt're\ in Jasper E. CONNER
a radio operator with the Thursday and Friday visitinghis !

111\ lUtli: Communications parents. Mr,, and !Mrs. SPORTSWEAR
'!Squadron. She graduatedfrom Palmer Smith. Insurance Agency 25 %
Bradford High School in

17\ and attended! Santa Fe :Mrs, L, 1) Vining spent the DRESSES &
by Jim LawsonTHE Community College before long \weekend ilh Mr and 222 N. Temple Ave. 964-7369 T-

joining the Air Force Mrs J (' Vining in Palatka.1YLCOIE .
SOARING 0
FRENCHMANThe EVENING



first first recorded to balloon pioneer French in November flight flying.were was The the (JgL t.Ta11 DRESSES 50 %


I 1782 when Jacques and
Joseph Montgolfier of
France lent an unmanned 'Cfeftsewe -

balloon aloft. This balloon < :
All Mens
was filled with the gas 2 Racks

created by a fire French ,.u'd :hi ::---'''. g list "
inventors soon began to use '" J ..... Q' .... Knit
""
I hydroqen to fill their bal rr ",r: I t
loons. 'I) / e1),

The first manned balloon % 't' AM'w.... fef: SUITS&- PANTS'SPORT
flight was attributed to ,:to." ')

Jean Pi la Ire de ROller, .% 5 : fttfTpyPWe're
)1'G
another Frenchman. This \ : \
occurred in October 1783. ... :.. -
This was a captive balloon L easae
: ,
I flight but tree flights and j t 'l

i, soon much followed experimentation these flights, ( \ \ i', ? COATS -

; leading the world into aviation. l '
j I I1
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) Progress is good for any. \1 '\ "- f' r... "'" If
one and that's why we continually
strive to Customersare Improveour Good health and good ) y,-J f $20 Off
services.

consideration.our mast We important think fortune in the New Year! roiling! out the old, familiar

I t they deserve the best. GOODMAN'S STANDARD wish, In tune with the Season! Many Other $1QOO'f

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January ,
I.tGHI\PII:
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........ -.K-1. S.O.S. ( Save Our Shapes ) I

ObituariesMrs. -V \ control and "health foods."
I '<'i tried fad diets
Have you Classes have to be limited to
Williams pills, or gadgets to lost weight 35 persons because of space,
Agnes urs.lJf'II'rt'plIi.ps hard to shed
and still those so register now by calling 964-
Mrs.' Agnes W. Williams, 81, pounds haunt you? Would you 6554. The registration
Mrs. Beatrice Hines, 66, of like to know the secret to
of Jacksonville, died in the Graham died Friday evening, & and keeping it deadline is January 20.
Baptist Hospital in Dec. 26, in the Bradford .r _ !I r off losing? weight All people regardless of
creed national
color. or
Jacksonville early Friday race,
County Hospital. Becky Gitbeig, Bradford without cost to the
morning, Dec. 211 County individual, are invited to sign
lingering; illness. 30. 1909. Mrs. Hines was a Economist, is beginning I for these classes on a first
housewife and a member of classes up
control
Horn in Bradford County on p p weight come first serve basis.
'
Church.
the Graham Baptist Tuesday, January 27, at 10
July 18, 1894, Mrs. Williams
Survivors include her and 7 p.m. in the ReturnTo
li.id lived Jacksonville a.m. Students
in over .
mother Mrs. Kate Starling of Bradford County Agricultural
30 She was a Baptist. :
Survivors years. include one sister, Graham: four brothers: Roy., all jb.95 'J Building Auditorium. School Jan.6The
Claude, and Levis Starling 1 These "Save Our Shapes
!Mrs. Ethel Bell of Starke, and
two brothers, Vasco Korsyth of Graham, and Earl Starlingof Classes" will involve exercising long Christmas holidaywill
and Jacksonville; two sisters: \ and learning the end in the Bradford
of Starke Tommy Forsythof
Jacksonville. Mrs. Nita Phillips of Citra and principles of correct weight County Schools with teachers
Mrs. Ona Mae Ortagus of control. Classes will be held returning to work on Monday
Jacksonville. once a week for 12 weeks. Jan 5, and the students
Funeral services were heldMonday Services were held Monday Subjects for the sessions reporting for classes on
: afternoon, Dec. 29, in afternoon, Dec. 29 at Antioch include low calorie cooking, Tuesday, Jan. 6.
the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel Baptist Church with Rev. Jim low calorie meal planning Teachers will have a
with Rev William W Tyre Countryman officiating. principles of good nutrition, planning day on Friday. Jan.
otficialmg. Burial was in Burial was in Antioch : fads and fallacies of weight 30, which will givethe
Kingsley Lake Cemetery Cemetery with DeWitt C ** students three-day weekend.The .
Jones Funeral Home in vacation this
Kids are always the only spring
charge of arrangements. future the human race has year is scheduled from April
William Saroyan, Field 16 through 20 for all school
THE BEST 3I.J. Thomas 56 Enterprises personnel and students.

M.J. Thomas.53.of Route 2 .
Starke died suddenly Sunday I Y 4 t t'Oklahoma'

afternoon. L ia..i.: .....,..,_ -
Born in Bradford County on (lNcVGf
May 2. 1922. Mr. Thomas wasa To Be Staged. Jan. 910,1617The : **

foreman former with right-of-way the Clay musical OKLAHOMA: be presented Jan. 9. 10, .Orchestra for the production Includes pianist conductor MI:; 'k
Electric Cooperative, Inc. He 16 and 17 at the Woman's flub on Walnut Street Members Mona Canov, violinist Nancy Wester, Accordian player I eq.
was the son of the late Her- or the cast Include, front row, l-r, :Marian Douglas, Sylvia Jeanne Loper, Drummer David Jordan and bass player I
man Thomas and Jessie Reddish, Carol :Milnrr and Scott Tlnsl r. Donnie Neel. Erecting
Green. Set design la done by Charles Hall, stage lighting by
Survivors include his wife Kneeling are Grover Howard. Richard Jochel and Jerry Gene Tannery{spotlight by Jesse Moore and props by *
Leffie Starling Thomas; two Petrella. Back row I-r, Don Neel.Carolyn Canova. Kevin Janice Jockel. *
J.W. Thomas and Tickets for the play may be purchased for f6 each from .
sons:: Neel. George Loper, Jeanne Loper. Monterey: Wasdin,
Herman E. Thomas both of Pauline Tanner Dina Petrella. Bob :Milner and Paul Woman's Club president Pal Spengler prior to the *
Starke; two daughters: Mrs. Hutchint, production or, at the door. *
Charlene Cason and Mrs. ,
both of ::>::::::::: < Shirley Cogdill. :; :: tt?

and Starke Carl; two Thomas brothers, :both Russell of L Card of Thanks | Move Set To Expand Health' Unit G ,

Starke; two sisters: Mrs. ________uu __u ::_ KS'KK: __u*:! Ii 2, 2.
Doris Starling of Starke and CARD OF THANKSWe uu.u GAINESVILLE Bradford Alachua Bradford, Columbia, response to the National ,
Mrs. Agnes WainwrIght of County, as a member of the Dixie, Gilchrist, Hamilton, Health Planning and II
Lawtey. and five grand- are sincerely grateful to North Central Florida Health Lafayette Putnam. Suwanee, Resources Development Act *
qa 0 children. held our friends and neighbors for Planning Council, is part of a Union, Citrus, Hernando of 1974. 0
Services were their many acts of kindness plan to have that agency Lake, Levy, Marion, and Under the act, responsibility
Dec. 30, at 2 in
May enjoya Tuesday p.m. during our sad bereavement in expand from three-counties to Sumter. for long-range health
you Union Primitive Baptist the loss of our husband and 16 counties sometime during This proposed super agencyis planning should be invested 1'1
O.M.
with Elders
Church father. These kindnesses have 1976. designed to replace the with citizens representing acrosssection
healthful and and Herman
Yarborough meant much to us. A public hearing has been present area councils for of both con
Moody and Rev. Roman Mrs. Hazel Paulk, Fay and scheduled on the proposed medical facilities and servicesin sumer and service providersin Ipu i
happy New Year. Alverez officiating. Burialwas Ervin Andrews, Sylvia and expansion to be held on areas with at least a half- the area.Data .
with
in Dyal Cemetery Vernon Reddish and Grand- Monday, Jan. 5, in the million population.The .
CiiyFimhErMeat DeWitt C. Jones Funeral children. Alachua County Courthouseroom proposed expandedarea ,
in of
Home charge
( 401)) at 7 p.m. here. would encompass the Processing!
arrangements. OF THANKSWe Those persons interested in same counties as the state
CARD
---- the projects of this agency are Department of Health and Course To Be UC
invited to make oral Rehabilitative Service's
or written
Market You couldn't get me on the are sincerely grateful to
: moon if it was the last placeon our friends and neighbors for comments during the district based in Gainesville.At the. Offered On TVSt.
meeting.The the present time C
earth. their many acts of kindness
North Central Florida North Central Florida Health
ERNEST ALLEN in
sad bereavement
-Erma Cohen quoted by during our
Health Planning Council Is Planning Council only serves John's River Junior
Martin Marcus The Powerof the loss of our husband and
607 E. Brownlee 964-8077' Yiddish Thinking father. These kindnesses have. applying for permission to Alachua Bradford, and College in St. Augustine is 11 11A9
become a federally- Putnam receiving proposed offering a course DP-101 In-
meant much to us.
(Doubleday and troduction to Data Processing
designated "health hospital expansion
and systems
Mrs. Hazel Paulk Fay
.
Ervin Andrews, Sylvia and agency" embracing 16 medical ?Hilli- to be telecast on Channel
-
Remember counties. Gov. RioSfpw recently Seven Jacksonville beginning
Reddish and Grand-
Vernon Those counties include outlined the fgclointy' area in in January.Prosperity .
t #- ARBOR DAY children. i

I ,
L T Friday Jan 16
WE MOVE INTO A NEW Sincere wishes
Clean Air Plant ATreeMochina
@ YEAR. WE SAY "TH" KS- for a most happyFOR

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DeWITT C. JONES ON JOB EVERY DAY




I Dean Of Starke Businessmen Still Active At 86 I



What began as a sideline business in his to my Undertaking Department an Automo never was much good at the books" he said. home and operated it along with the Starke
youth, turned into a lifetime profession for bile Funeral Car. Owing to the great numberof In spite of his varied business activities, he home until selling Gainesville unit several
DeWitt C. Jones which he is still following automobiles in our midst, this step forwardwas found time to "dabble in politics," serving years ago.
after 68 years as a businessman on the local necessary." several terms en the Starke City council in In addition to business and politics, Mr.
scene. the 1916-1924 period. During one of these Jones had an active interest in the local
v'.y In starting his varied businesses In Starke, terms, he was Instrumental in the council's National Guard Unit enlisting as a private in
Undoubtedly setting a new record of longe/: Mr. Jones was following a long family tradi- authorizing: a bond issue, making it possible 1906. lie was appointed captain and company
tion. Not only was his father a leading
vity in the area's business world, Mr. Jones, mer-
chant, but his grandfather, J.C.
now 86, began his Capt.
career at 18 with the r
chase of an interest in the hardware and pur Richard,was a partner in the first large mer- ,.. ,;" ", '. iiF ..
farm
i '::1 ,
<< '
cantile store Richard & Pace, establishedhere .".
implement store operated on East Call Street r. 4k.. in 1857. : .1,.f... ,.'.J. :
by George C. ;
Livingston. As a sideline Liv '
ingston and Jones sold caskets from a second N un :t', .
story display,lust as DeWitt's father, Newton j si' His grandmother was a Morgan and her 1" 'C -, 4ivrt
J.Jones,had done years before in his general parents were from the same forebears as J. ".", ., .
merchandise store. Pierpont Morgan, the American financier. !t
Her family owned a fleet of ships, and cameto
Caskets in those days came to the store par- this area from New York, landing at Mid- i
tially unfinished and it was among Mr. dleburg then a thriving trade center on the
Jones'duties to line them and trim them with St Johns River where she met and married
handles. Expanding the business he added Ms Capt. Richard,and moved with him to Starke.
electrical wiring and plumbing supply
departments to the store, and eventually N.J. Jones DeWitt's father, had his first
bought the entire business from Livingston.At store on the site now occupied by Dr. Adams'
office on E. Madison Street. It burned, and he
., later built the two-story building on West Call
,. vr, St.Hotel., known in recent years as the Half Moon

At 10 or II years old DeWitt Jones was Newt Jones, as he was known, continued to
photographed leaning on a wooden fence expand the business and later built the pre.
( surrounding/ a croquet court where the east sent Rosenberg building at the corner of Call
end of the Nasworthy building/ <( Green's Auto Parts) now stands on East Call and selling caskets from the second floor.Jones 11))
Street Jones' mother ran the old commercial .
Hotel,torn down a few years ago which stoodIn DeWitt Jones,soldier on horseback In middle of Call Street around 1920. was Grand Mann I
; y back of the Nasworthy building. The hotel of one of the town's annual Fourth of July parades.Scene Is looking east on Call Street from the
was first a dining room for railroad / intersection of Walnut and Call Streets. Jones as a captain, commanded the local National
passengers (raveling the Fenundma Cedar Guard unit. He had to resign when the unit was federalized for World War I. because he was.
Key run, then grew Into a hotel. married and the Army didn't take married men. The local unit got no further than Macon, Ga.
durIng the war.When it returned home Jones reorganized it.

was necessary to separate it from the hard- for Starke to have electric power on a 24-hour commander in 1912 and continued his Guard
basis, rather than in the activity until 1928.
ware store and establish the DeWitt C. Jones evenings only.
Funeral Home which he still owns and
ates at 514 Nona Street. lie now holds oper the At that time the municipal plant generated Perhaps the hottest issue Mr. Jones was
third oldest registration as a licensed funeral power with a gasoline engine in a building involved in while serving in politics was the
director in Florida, and the oldest registra L located north of the present city hall, next to division of Bradford County at the line of New
tion for a licensed embalmer in the the railroad. Many residents had 220-volt River, with the western portion becoming
state.
four-ycars-old In 1893 DeWitt Jones w.: appliances at that time. Union County. He served as a member of the
a curly headed blond,the long curls made by crowded Division Committee which set the river as the
for Mr. Jones
his mother by curling his long hair around a ated Again the hardware store room from the separ- Mr. Jones advocated changing from gaso- dividing line placing Brooker in Bradford
length! of reed fishing pole. Jones' father had bottling line toa wood,burning steam engine and from and Kaiford in Union. The issue created lots
the former
plant to the store
to bribe him with a bicycle when he was six or adjacent moving to the old Florida Bank buildingnow 220 to 110-volt alternating current. He also of hard feelings before it was finally settled.
seven years old to get the boy to allow the building proposed supplying power on a 24-hour basis
at the corner of Call and Walnut. He sold this '
curls, with which he'd grown up with, to be store to Baird Hardware of Gainesville about v rather than only a daytime operation of 12 During his years on the city council Mr.
cut. the time he hours and maintained this could be done at Jones worked for civic improvements and
same disposed of the Coca-Cola
plant. can't remember exactly how old he no increased expense with the proposed served on the planning committee that
okayed the first bond for roads
Some lime later the business was moved was when this photo in suit and tie was changes. issue connecting -
intoa building on S. Thompson at Madison St. His early funeral home served families as snapped, he thinks 15 or 16. At KS. Jones still l Highland north of Lawtey, to the Alachua
This argument was not popular with county line, and from Brooker to the Brown-
consumers
which at one time housed cotton and far distant In works day commuting from
a gin as Middlcburg Clay County and every / lee Road
who feared 24-hour service Mould be northwest of Starke.
warehouse in the rear part of the structure.In Providence in Union County. He recalls that Gainesville where he lives! with his daughter. too expensive to operate. Mr. Jones was
for services in Middleburg he had to use defeated his Following his tradition of business
in campaign for the Council, anda expansion ; -
connection with the hardware store Mr. mules because "horses weren't strong With this background in business on both new council was elected on the "220 plat Mr Jones built a new Funeral Home at
Jones installed a small bottling plant to bottle enough to pull the funeral car over the sand sides De\\itt Jones started work early, even form" opposing a new power plant and steam Keystone Heights about eight years ago, fore-
various types of"soda water." The Coca-Cola roads of that time." He kept up with the before joining Mr. Livingston As a boy he engine seeing the continued growth and developmentof
franchise for Starke was already owned by times however, and his was the second fun- worked for the Starke power plant, helping to the "lake region" area
someone else but Mr. Jones was able to pur eral home in Florida to purchase a motorized install electric wiring in most of the homes "They served one year and then resigned
chase this some time later.This business was funeral car. built at that time in the Starke area. when it became apparent that 110-volt cur- Mr. Jones was born on June 24. 18 9 in the
originally a one-truck operation but when rent was more economical." Mr. Jones said. family's original home in Starke, still standing -
Camp Blanding was established east of In 1917 he ran the following "important Aside from his business ventures, he did "The public saw that it could be done," and on l\IadlsonStreet, across from the Community
Starke during World War II, it required 20 announcement" in the Bradford County Telegraph take some time out for educational purposes Jones was one of three former councilmen Bank
(trucks to supply.all the routes. Mr. Jones : attending f e old Florida Agricultural; Collegein renamed to [ill the unexpired terms of the. '
'continued, to operate this plant until 1941 "I can now handle funerals in any part of Lake'i. oft when he sold the franchise to the Florida the County having installed Automobile FlondtyC-n 1904 He also briefly attended works seven days a week if necessary
Coca-Cola Company. Equipment. Price same as horse-drawn Stetso/ University in Deland, but soon In 1926 he was elected !Mayor\ of Starke for a commuting from his home In Gainesville to
The casket and funeral service business hearse. I wish to announce that I have added decided further schooling wasn't for him. '"I 1 two-year term following Col Comer L. Peek. one or both of his funeral homes in SUrktf or
also continued to grow over the years until it And in September 1928, while still serving as Keystone Heights. He does usually manage,
mayor, he moved with his family to Gainesville however to "take" off on Christmas and NewYedr's
where he established another funeral da>'s. _
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1111' \ < \ appropriate defects and mailing It to the City Clerk' Office P.O. Box C. Stark..
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fuel3fjustnlentcosts \\\f71
6 III'j.t/ll- Florida 32091.

? I( I \\ '" City of Starke Defect Notice Street Lights
Lamp out ( ) Reflector damaged
(type or print) .
\ Date f ) Pole damaged ( ) Pole "
<
The price of fuel oil has ,\'\ t( 1 1 41 ? damaged ( ) Globe damaged

I "-- 1IJ1 Wires Insulators,
A ( ) pins or
Locahonbeasspeclflcosposslble
skyrocketed to a point \ ( )
E "" \....... crossarms dangerous ( ) Needed
4fr where FPL b. T/m:;.
it now costs We are pleased to be pan of /Ii 'I!". J 1\0.\ ; : ( )

three times what it did in 1972. They this great community. W.//j/ 7ltly\,\\.;fJ/! !=\\I'r/I N Traffic Signs
Thanks to all our friends / 0_ I
-- Bent ( ) Missing ( ) Dangerous ( )
average cost per day has risen from and neighbors for continuing \
and confidence.nn Needs Replacing ( ) Needs Repainting
support
$334,000 $1,000,000. The Here's a four-f folded wish for
to over you ( ) Dirty ( ) Unnecessary ( )

cost of fuel now comprises 59% of RentalService health, happiness, love and peace Needed ( )

our total operating costs. Street Name Signs

i Missing ( ) Dangerous ( ) Needs Replacing
To clearer idea of
give a
you Fried Chicken
Kentucky ( ) Needs Painting ( ) Dirty
what these figures mean, the price we Hwy 301 S At or in i intersection( ) Between intersection ( ) Improper Location ( )

paid for fuel oil last year was 3'/z' 964-5898 Charlie and Sybil Braswell 964-5126 ( ) Side of Street': N ( ) Needed

times greater than our payroll S ( ) E ( ) W ( ) City Commission Needs Volunteers to

Streets' : work following committees:
expense and more than three times Holes ( ) Rough ( ) Settled Zoning on Board ( ) Planning Board ( )

our total net income for the same NOTICEREGISTER I ( ) Settled Water ( ) Bump Citizens Participation X Committee ( )

That's why there's the fuel I ( ) Loose Gravel ( ) Manhole Other (Or Any Other Pertinent Facts' :
year. Cover ( ) Rattles ( ) Needs

adjustment charge on your electric cleaning ( ) Mud On ( .r )

bill. However, we don't keep one cent TO VOTE Street ( ) Poor Drainage ( )

of that money, it all goes to help pay Shrubbery

fuel bill. We don't like Blocks traffic sign ( ) Obstructs
the paying
( ) Sidewalks ( ) Blocks view
that much money for fuel any more Registration Books Close For of ( ) Intersection ( ) Over .

than you do.We're grown or noxious ( )

doing all we can to keep Presidential Preference Primary Sidewalks ,
Holes ( ) Cracked ( ) Tree
of electric bill down.
the cost your roots Muddy House
( ) ( )

That's one reason we're buildingmore JANUARY 24 1976 5:00: P.M. service trench sunken ( )

,
Nuclear Trees
nuclear power plants.
Limbs too low ( ) Dangerous limb -
fuel is the least expensive source of Name
( ) Hanging limbs ( ) Blocks
ELECTION OFFICE OPEN
energy available to us today. traffic signal ( ) Blocks traffic sign.

Letting you know is a part of our responsibility. Saturday January 24, 8:30: A.M. 5:00: P.M. ( ) Water Address .


ytIf Leaking ( ) Valve box cover or Telephonemeter &

Phone 974-5634 cap missing ( ) Sunken utility I

RI& trench ( ) Published as a Public Service by the Bradford f

___ Neva Flynn Fire Hydrants County Telegraph.

FLORIDA POWER 4 LIGHT COMPANY Supervisor of Elections leaking ( ) Caps Off ( )

Peoplc..serving people. Bradford County 4t / /
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. Best Western CI.rrhnr. Rour/LlFrom pale__( _()_________
Opens, Tops Land Sales...
with the board
to be held at the meeting and
Banquet
(From page I 1)hedspreads ) Starke Golf and Country Club that he appreciated the
and telephonesire leaving the property for resale R22E from LG Mallie Dail Canova and Shirley Howard of on Thursday evening, Jan 29. cooperation and support that
in. in November 1975, to James C for 4600. Lake Butler for 8000. The affair will feature a steak had been given him over the
"When finished these will Watson and Hugh Hudson of Trustees of the Internal Sandra G. Hansford of dinner at $6 a plate.
be the nicest rooms in town" Ft Walton Beach. The two Improvement Trust Fund of Neptune Beach purchased the years and that he would
Kirkpatrick saidLandscaping men paid $385,000 for the Tallahassee purchased easti of block one of Myers told the Governorsthat continue his interest in the
of the property property according to tax property in the NVV'4 of the government lot 2 in Lakeside this would be his last community.
I is also planned for completion stamps affixed to the SW 4 of the NE'.i of section 26 Subdivision from Meredith v
'Iwn, he said. warranty deed in the vault of T5S. R22E from N.C. Paul of and Mary Kathleen Holden for
The couple has been kept the county courthouse.The Duval County for $10,000. The $18.500
busy battling plumbing property itself contains same party purchased Lot five in Mattice Sub-
problems with the P-a-year- 1,447 acres of land on which property from Maxie Bell division was sold for $9,500 by
old building which was the facility is built. Strong in the SE'4 of the SE'4 James L. and Eunice Kin-
originally to be an 8.Day Sale of the motel property of the NW'4' east of the namon to Bradco Develop
Inn The original builder died.NEWYEAR'S brought Bradford County land railway In section 26, T5S, ment Corporation. THIRD WIN FOR BIBLE QUIZ TEAM OF PINE LEVEL I
sales for the month of R22E for $1,500.Trustees Colonel Peter Raffone. This last Saturday at the Heart of lorida Youth meeting In :
November to $755,100. The attorney for Pletro Raffone of Lake City these three young men (l-r) nnnle Krooinr, Mike 1' j oar
annual total for land transactions of the Internal Texas, sold to Helen Lott Scott and Krankie Crews won their third straight Bible quiz c-
tIhc: Z11uut ltrirr in the county now Tallahassee Improvement also Trust Fund of Jacks lots 14, 15 and 16 of thus receiving the tophy. -
totals 6365881. purchasedseven block 13 in the town of The quit was over II Tim. 1 and 2. The next Heart of g
In other November land parcels totalling about Hampton for $7,000 Florida Youth will be held at the Pine Level Baptist Church
9.5 acres in the NE'4 of the
sales in the on Jan. 3.
county Jacques K Southern Discount Com-
NW'4 of the SE14 of section 25
and Mary Frances Caldwell sold three parcels of land
sold to Michael and Gloria T5S. R22E at a cost of $1,000 along pany SR-100 in section 26, Jack Lanier of Jacksonville R a i/o rtl Council
parcel of land,. Sellers of
per lots
Redfearn of purchased three and four
Keystone Heights T7S.K22Etc>Virgil 1 I. and NellS. trI'
the property were Rosetta ((From I) ,
lot 30 of Smokense Sub. Allen of Keystone Heightsfor of an unrecorded plat of landon page
division for 3500. Barcony of Miami, Elizabeth 7700. Little Santa Fe Lake for seconded by Councilman

Geneva Lakes Estates, Inc. Howard, Gertrude S. Lane, Leroy Clay,Sr purchased a $3.800 from Robert T. and Sidney Taylor, the council
sold lot 34 to Geneva Lakes Robert T. McClenton, Lillie parcel of land in Temple Shirley L. Lanier of Marion unanimously voted to allow

,.J Estates for $0I"to Morton Hand Mae M Trapp.T. McClenton, J.Q. McClentonand Subdivision for $33,000 from County Darlington to spend up to $500on
Anne P Teller of Melrose. John Diggs. About 20 acres in section 21, the equipment.
Wilbur and Lizzie Mae Rush Lawrence and Jewell Lots 26 and 27 of Santa Fe T6S, R20E on Wily Kelly Road Brallier also proposed that
purchased lots five and eightof O'Neal sold a parcel of land in Shores were sold for $4,100 by was sold for $40,000 by W.F. the fire department hold their
block 13 of North Reno the SE4* of section 24, T6S, Robert C. and Alean Hall to and Linda L.Andrews to Arvis business meetings in town hall
EVE Subdivision for $2,000 from R22E to Richard and Theresa Walter C. Rhoden of Clarence and Julia Mae provided they do no drinkingor J ))
DANCE Lizzie Mae Boswell (now Rummel of Duval for Jacksonville Kirkland of Brooker. eating in the conference r
9-1 known as Lizzie Rush). County Robert W and Gloria D. room. The motion was ( '
a.m. at the $22.000
;
Phillip Wayne and Lois Jean seconded
Alice DeSue by council vice- ) .
sold
about
4.425 Pattison sold lot 31 of block
Starke
Country Lewis Mansell oI'
Ayer sold to Clark of ,
of Clay County sold to president Joyce Norman and
acres property of SR-16 east of Club Estatesfor
Club- Live Music Cecil and Frances Whiteheadof nine Keystone Elma Pekie and
of Starke George E passed on a unanimous vote of
to
----- 1200. Gary Reddish for Kingsley Lake a parcel of $25.200 to Leighton M Jr. Kaufman of Keystone Heights those present at the meeting. Singing out the old and dancing in the new.
MONDAY, JANS property in the south "a of the and Patrician N. Vincent of lot 6 of block two of
STARKE ZONING Linda R Rahme of Hamp Putnam County. Keystone to a melody of good wishes for 1976.
BOARD NW I4 of the SW 4 and the west Club Estates for 33000. Mayor Griffis appointed
5 p.m. City Hall ton bought property in the three-fourths of the SWM of John C. Willene J, Luke of Councilman Jimmy Neal
----- SWI4 of the NE 14 of section 16, the SW'4' of section 26, T6S, Virginia sold the east 75 feet of Jack M and Marilyn R Thornton to study the streetsso BRADFORD ABSTRACT
LAWTEY COUNCIL T7S, R22E from Gary R. Rah- K22E for 16500. lot 11, block A of Mount Courtnay of Duval County sold that they might be named
7:30 p.m. me of Washington state for Lot 5 of Connerly Estateswas Pleasant on Silver Lake for lot three of Lake Hampton lie is to make a report at next
City Hall 1000. sold by L. Dean and Betty $15.000 to Carl Travis Ayres of Oaks for $27,500 to Larry A. month's meeting of the
Gary and Grace Buckley and Omie L. Ganstine of COMPANY
----- Casscls to Herman Wayne and Jacksonville. council. 964.6881
ELKSMEETINGSupper sold one acre on SR-225 to Rhonda Patricia Blakenship Dunellon.
7 p.m. Stephen A and Linda Thomas for $37,700

Meeting 8pm.BRADFORD for Palmer 2000. and Linnie R. Yvonne Nettles sold aboutan fed.00C .. OPEN HEW YEARS DAY
----- acre of property in the fn E4GLE
COUNTY Williams sold property on Old NW'4' of the SW'j' of section M u woe at lafti
COMMISSION Lawtey Road and Larry 10. T6S R22E to James L and 64 :r:.: = 12 noon 6P.M.
9:30a. Street to Evelyn and Willie ak.l
: m. Yvonne S. Nettles for 2500. ".,7 FAMILY
Banks DISCOUNT\TOC3
for
1000.
County Courthouse
Raymond and Anne !Marie
----- Remer Crews purchased a Frost of Cook
County Illinois,
TUESDAY, JAN. parcel of land in the NE'j' of sold '
government lot 16 in
UNION COUNTY the MV '4 of section 27, T6S, stirs on
section 10, T6S, R20E to

County COMMISSION Lake?::30a Courthouse Butler.m. -- 1966 PRICES IN 76 Saturday Friday Thursday end,!


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ObituariesBeverly Duker TWICE ThE PRINTS

Get an extra let of print with roll of color black r '
every or and white film
Mrs. Beverly Ann Cuendet .
developed and
printed. TODAY AND EVERYDAY
Baker, 26, of Cheyenne,
Wyoming and formerly of

Sunday Simmons Keystone, Dec.Army Heights 21, in Medical, Fitz-died I TWICE THE FILM

Center, Aurora, Colo.
Mrs Baker born I When you pick up your developed film and prints,buy two rolls of
was in
Kodacolor or black and white film for the regular price of one. .
Jacksonville on Nov. 21 1949 TODAY AND EVERYDAYTWICE
and had lived since 1974 in ,
Wyoming where her husbandwas
stationed in the U.S. Air
Force She was a member of THE MEMORIES
the Cheyenne First Baptist
Church. ____ .
Surviving are her husband,
1st Lt. Tracy M Baker of
Cheyenne; her parents, Mr
and Mrs E.C. Cuendet,
Guirport, Miss; one brother,
Richard Cuendet, Jackson, r SOFT & STRONG Nv PERSOMAIECHERD
Miss.; and une sister, Mrs.
Patricia Guernsey of SIZE

Gainesville.Funeral services were heldat HEINZ
3 p.m. Friday in (Hope IVORY
Baptist Church with the .
officiating pastor Rev.Interment Merle Packham was in, CLOSE lIP PAPER ISOAP = TOMATO

(Hope Cemetery with DeWittC.
Jones Funeral Home in 6.4 OZ. TOWELS KETCHUP
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charge. / 120 SHEETS REG.

Beatrice Ruin TOOTHPASTE REG. 51''' EACH 4 BARS 56 140Z BOTTLF

Mrs. Beatrice (Bea) Rain, I I, I LIMIT 4 BARS '


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born 1918 the and in Lake past had Bulleron eight lived years.in May Starkefor She 17, LIMIT MINT ONE R 4 BARS UM TWo

was Morriston a member Baptist Church of the TWO _

Surviving are her mother,
Mrs. Nancy Pope Cassels of
Starke; one daughter Airs
Joyce Wetzel, Williston; one
son, Glenn Rain, Gainesville:
one brother, Marion Cassels,
Jacksonville; four sisters, -
!Mrs] Doris Carlton, Palatka YOUR
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1900 in Berrien County PANTYHOSE AND THERMALBLANKETS
Georgia the son of Eahe and I
:Mary] ,Flanders Luke. He wasa 6" DEEP '-.. 6.99
retired farmer and a W132 '
member of the Baptist faith. ) .. !
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in'Baptist si Luke's Church Missionary with Rev L79' DEVILBISS }:, :: :c ,
588
Terry Cranford and Rev LlFE.TIMECAST 8 ;.
Clayton Davis officiating! TONI IRON.WOODEN 7S' 1 GALLON 399 ;,o Interment was in the church 4 HANDLES LIMIT ONE 0':
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his widow, he is 4 BODY ASSORTED COLORS
survived by one stepdaughterMrs .
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Quinney
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five sisters Mrs Polly Clark,
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grandchildren .. 127 /.. 'a .:;.-.- 5 GRAIN US.P. Ii
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TKI.KdKAIMI: : January I 1. 1976





. 7 Former BHS Athletes Still Playing Gridiron GameLarry I



who works hard both
Brown Vernon shirt Hayes during the 1975 in football but in everyday the Yellow Jackets JV team having all the ability in the campus prior to one of the quickness," Hurse said. and during. the season and in the
Kurber: Malachi. Henry Terry season."" life," Hurse said. and also appeared in several world." home games in October that "Given a chance he will off season( programs, will

Hayes. Sheldon Hodge.Dohnic His other injuries included a Donnie Sewell, another of their varsity games as a Coach Dave Fagg. Georgia Donnie has a chance to make a fine college player benefit with athletic college
f Sewell, and Steve serious hip pointer and an football and basketball star at freshman this year. Tech JV Coach and recruiterin become the first string tight with his determination, should" scholarships." says Coach(

Register.( are former outstanding injured knee which slowed BHS was recruited by Georgia Sewell is 6-5, weighs 235 and Northeast Florida indicated end next year on the Yellow possibly get a scholarship, Hurse in summing up his

Bradford High.( him down during his freshman Tech and played tight end for is described by Hurse "as \ in a visit to the BHS Jackets'varsity as the present Hurse said feelings about BUS stars who
athletes who have gone on to season. I He is still considered a starting tight end was lost by "We have a pretty good to bigger and
have on
college.( to continue their sophomore as a football graduation. record for a school of our size. gone(

success. player when he resumes his Tommy Edwards On Central Fla. All-Stur Team Register played as an of- Any young man with ability better things.

Brown, of course, is I the career in 1M76.! fensive
most famous (if the group He Sheldon Hodge, a football Tommy Edwards, Bradford he may sign a college football tackle for center BUS and two defensive nnntnm_ Basketball, Practice Under WayThe I
started at the Kansas State and basketball", star at BHS, High's fine offensive tackle, scholarship soon after school ; ) and did not receive years ago nnn have been
I Diversity i and is currently a received a football scholar- was selected by the Orlando resumes after the holidays.Two a City of Starke Recreation The youngsters
scholarship. Register, 6-6 and each Monday,
key member as a light-end ship to (Florida A&M Sentinel-Star to the All- Department has announced practicing
other BHS 220, enrolled at the Universityof and Friday with
number 117, for the world University in Tallahassee Central Florida first team as playerswere that the Bantam Wednesday

champion Pittsburgh feelers where he was the second an offensive tackle in an mention selected team to by the the honorable Orlando where(Florida he played in Gainesville this past basketball league, ages 10-12 the first games scheduled to I
who second defensive left end this announcement by the with 35 boyscurrently
are seeking a string paperon Clark season; for the Gators JV as an is well under way begin when school resumes
Jimmy was
paper.
MiccessK championship. season on the varsity.lie (Friday Dec. 26. registered to participate the
selected defensive offensive tackle and the man after holidays.
as a
HI IS Head (Football Coach also was a member of in the program.
He was chosen last year linebacker and Jimmy who snapped the ball on punts,
Rattlers
and Athletic Director I David the specialty teams
first team all-state in class Prevatt was selected as a field goals, and extra points.
and received
Hurse said that both Defensive has nothing but
AAA and had an even better place-kicker. Both Clark and Register walked on to the
Couch Mike Sexton and praise from his college
this season, according to Prevail Gator football field and won a 1
year are juniors.
art'I'I'ul of coaches, according to Hurse. '
myself proud Larry
Bradford High Coach David place by showing he could do
,and loll that he was best for lie is 6-4, weighs 205, and runs Hurse. Ir the job.
professional Uxilhall as he .the -U) in 46 for them. PEACE
made the most of his abilities. "Sheldon has a fine attitude Edwards is 6-2 and weighs BHS CagersTo "The only reason Registerdid
not football
Brown played for BUS only asa which has helped him not only 222 pounds. It is expected that scholarship get was a that (he did .

senior He hasw\er played .. not have speed and In
football before that. w-- : ilk
Resume I ;
"Hi has; matured and has Adult Volleyball
.
"
taught more passes this year 76 ,
hldll
and bus helped with his fine ", ,
blocking" Hurst' said. Play Tues.The Program Planned

Brown caught a key pass
Randall Davis, City of ..
Stealers that kept drive a going Pittsburgh in thepl.l .,,.a t Bradford High Tornadoes f Starke Recreation Director, :May; the New Year \

oll anll'ith Baltimore .; ,6 basketball season resume with their two r be has announced volleyball for that adults there after will find llio world in peace and harmony.LOUDON'S .

fast Saturday behind as the Steelers win ; } games next week, on Tuesday, the holidays. Merle Norman
came from to 28- ,
when St.
Jan. 6
10 -......- .. ,... .... they play Anyone interested in playing
Augustine at the BHS gym Cosmetic Studio & Beauty ShopMr.
After graduating. Irom BUS fh.tI. i and on Friday, Jan. 9, they may contact the recrea-
where he was also valuable .( _fi "" ka .r travel to Macdenny with both Tommy Edwards tion department for more & Mrs. Arthur Loudon
member basketball. team. : ) doubleheaders starting at 6:30: Ail-Star Tackle information. 117 S. Thompson St 964-5780
Brown got a football t ,
scholarship to Kansas State .bi_ "," p.m.Coach "
Mike Sexton In-
I'mversity: and played for ..i (\ dicated the Tornadoes will UHS Basketball

Coach 1'eppiT Rogers the ...........-..-, ... take the floor against the I 1
., o' .
current Georgia Tech coach. ''G
"""'
,2 Yellow Jackets as a much Action Resumes -
,
,.. OUTDOOR119
l Brown played offensive", ) better ballclub. ., r
tackle both his freshman andsophomore \ "We are pleased with the r
4aL" overall improvement of the Next TuesdayThe
college )t'arss aluniar
he was moved to ballclub that it has made -
during the season especially Union County Tigers
dl'tenslt'nd and then did a -- ...
.
;; : .. '" with the fine win over Spruce basketball team returns to

real+ light fine emi job;and his was senior drafted year asa at ... .., ... .. ..-'. ;:. .- b;.,"" 41 Creek in the Ocala Forest action with three games next I
.
(hat |>osition. by Pittsburgh .. .. 'Krr ;It"'Ji 1'.I .: -- tournament," Sexton said. week. On Tuesday Jan. 6, the
: a'j,;.2 e' St. Augustine will be a real Tiger cagers play host to
alter .
graduation. AU L.. _
,'-." ., ...,.....tIIo tough opponent as they always Williston; on Friday, Jan. 9, frs
,- ...... ," l>dv.?............ ,
"BI'o\\i1 S great attitude has .. ..}"' '" have a scrappy ballclub, they travel to Hawthorne and
,
..
i. >.n.1i._ "" ,-_.___ t,;,;;
gotten him where he is as a Sexton says. on Saturday. Jan. 10 they
Miir for Pittsburgh" Hurse armor uioria Strickland holds high the flag she just rippedoff The Tornadoes' three wins travel to Chiefland with all the ,
auf junior speedster Cassandra Johnson who scored both have come over Palatka South doubleheaders starting at 6:30: Fun

Vernon Harbor a star touchdowns for the winning juniors in the powder puff 72-41, Ocala Forest 69-60 and p.m.
tmlball. und basketball player football gamp.Juniors. Spruce Creek 6653. They have
.11 BUS. received a football lost to Eastside 64-63, Buc- The Tigers will resume
scholarship to the University cholz 60-48, and Fernandina action with wins over Cross
ot Florida in Gainesville Win Powder Puff Battle Beach 6053. City 62.59 and over Daytona
where he played this last It is expected that the gym Beach Father Lopez in the thet'e choice BEGINS

season at three different Touchdowns by (Fayonn floor will be ready for the New Smyrna Beach Christ- CC-1
bur the Gators. with St. Augustine with mas tournament 6159.
"positions Hawkins and Cassandra t game WITH A
llurse", described Barber as Johnson the class the floor sanded and line off. The five losses were to
one of the most versatile gave junior i Only item needed to be doneas Alachua Santa Fe 74-46,
: win
girls a 14-8 the senior
athletes, ,. with a lot of natural girls in a powder over puff nag the Telegraph went to press Hawthorne 64-CO, P.K. Yonge 20 % (?&l//m I

t ability+ and a line attitude, football game on Dec. 19. was to put sealers on the floor. 61-51 New, Newberry Beach, 51-50 7863., and t>t
Smyrna ff
according to Sexton. i' 10enventory
Several hundred BHS On\II\lmld.: .
.
"I'I'11IIn'us one ol the few
Sexton is expected to start
students watched the senior Coach Jimmy Thomas is h
players I ever coached" who girls take an 8-0 lead in the Kenny Hampton,Willis Berry, expected to start Boyzie
en.ioxed said practice. Hurse first period. Hose Flowers' Milton Baker, Alfred Ross, Perry Gerry White Halph GAS GRILL

long run and extra point sprint and Wayne Berry against St Williams, Paul White and Sam
"It is a shame he will no
Augustine.The Sale
put the seniors ahead. Jackson against Williston. /
longer be able to play' for the But the BHS JV will resume
(..It III'S due to spinal: injury with Fayonn juniors Hawkins came short back action against St. Augustine The VHS JV also resumesits Cook the fun way all year round: witha

sustained in the Homecoming run for the first TD and with a with one win and three losses, schedule with a record of Charmglow Gas Barbequel! Real

game"with Duke last Oc long run by Cassandra the win coming over Palatka one win over Cross City 43-41 outdoor flavor but no charcoal, no -you'll always get the results you

tuber llurse said. Johnson, who ran both extra ( South 41-38. and four losses. lighter fluid, no messy clean-ups! want'' Throw out your charcoal and
"Vernon! and I discussed his
points for the juniors. Charmglow entire meals-steaks, enjoy modern outdoor cooking on a
and
continuing playing we The seniors had two touchdowns roasts, casseroles, cakes and Gas
pies Charmglow Barbeque now
both agree he will now con 25 To Enter
ntrate.' on his studies in the" first play called of back the ,game one on and the t Area i Special Olympics
held of
11 ui'se saidUalacht communications) another in the third period, More than 25 Bradford dribble through a maze of The

: Henry another both long runs by Rose County youngsters will enter cones with extra points for a GIFTS CRAFTS

football and basketball Flowers the area-wide Special successful lay-up.
playerat Lake Dwellers
A third period drive by the
at P.K. for the
\ BUS is a junior at Southern Olympics Yonge Sponsors participants
seniors was killed when Susan School in Gainesville Jan 10 are still being ac
:Mississippi University in ORGANS Sr 21 By Sears
itliesburg.. Mississippiw Heddish intercepted a pass in t 6,? to compete for ribbons and cepted at a cost of $4 per Keystone

here he was a monsterbackon the juniors' endzone. Senior medals in running, dribbling student 473.3752 _
the defensive team. quarterback Anita Green and shooting basketball skills.
threw to Cindy Cissy to the 35
Henry during.( this past yard line of the juniors then to The contest, new to the
season was the south's leading the three yard line to Hose Special Olympics this year,
punt returner with an 8.5 Flowers. A third senior pass wi was held on a local level at TAX YEAR ENDS DEC. 31ST .ACT NOW FOR

average! among Southern was intercepted by !Miss Bradford High on Dec. 3, when
Independent colleges.At Reddish in the endzone. 31 mentally retarded students
BUS Henry was a participated from Southside, GUARANTY FEDERAL'STAX
member of the varsity in 1970. Starke Elementary, the
71. and 72:! as a running back Grid OrganizerIn Junior Pam Chapmannurses Middle School and Bradford SHELTERED
RETIREMENT
PLANS
and defensive back a skinned knee she High School.

LB Prison got in the powder puff
'Malachi has a world of football game In which the "There is one great thing
ability and I am glad to see Juniors beat the senior about the Special Olympics
that he is playing/ for a coach For DruTerms/!: 14-8. girls Students are divided by age TAILOR MADE A RETIREMENT PLAN FOR

who rccogm/es! his ability" and ability, so that there are PLAN DESIGNED FOR
Hurse said Uommie Loudd, former no losers and many winners," WAGE EARNERS NOT

"He could both offense Florida Blazers managing Weekend May ring said Mrs. Lucille Payne SELF EMPLOYED PEOPLE PARTICIPATING IN ANY
play
general partner, who was coordinator of the event.
and delense for Southern sentenced OTHER RETIREMENT PLAN.
to two 14-year 32 Traffic Deaths
:Mississippi. Hurse said. Coaches and
concurrent jail terms for George Loper
Hayes, both an offensive and Jim Lewis will the
cocaine delivery facing The Florida Highway Patrol accompany
and defensive, end for BUS,
two other trials in Orlando on today predicts 32 traffic students to Gainesville to THE
received a football scholarship Dec. meet students from Alachua,
Wednesday 24, was deaths for the New Year's IRA
to the University of transferred to the Receptionand holida period unless motorists Levy, Marion, Columbia and
Florida in Gainesville. Injuries Medical Center in Lake and pedestrians top their New Suwanee Counties. The KEOGHPLAN

have handicapped him Butler. Year's resolution list with participants will shoot a field
sinte he joined the Gator He is a former star player in traffic safety. goal 12 feet from the basket, f INDIVIDUAL I

athletic program. the National Football League Start the first holiday of shoot field goals from three,

School!In the all-star 1975 :North-South. football game.High and came to Orlando several the New Year with a nine and 12 feet and will I RETIREMENT PLAN |

years ago to attempt to get a resolution to put safety first
Terry did an outstanding job
franchise in that
pro-football when behind the wheel or on
tor the :North; defensive team league, but wound up -with a foot. It takes only a little effort Will the person who If you're Self Employed If
prior to his enrolling at World Football team instead. ," said Col. Eldridge you are a wage earner not

I Kloridj Loudd faces several other Beach director of the Patrol. call Z.D. Holland about a Ask about Guaranty Federal's participating in a retirement
This broke his
year Terry trials in Orlando
next monthon
collarbone in preseason charges on conspiring to The 102-hour holiday period dog please call again. new tax free Retirement Plan- Plan ask about Guaranty

practice and the Gator deliver cocaine and embezzling begins at 6 p.m.. Wednesday, Federal's IRA
coaching staff decided to redS state tax money from Dec. 31, and ends at midnight, 1.437.3126 collect. ZIP [Individual

Blazer ticket sales. Sunday, Jan 4. Retirement Account]

He is slated to be returned to
acres near KeystoneStI25down$65per
) Orlando to stand trial within

Mobile Homes mo OK three days of his next trial Call visit
which is currently set for Jan. Wayne Douglas or any Guaranty

19.
1 acre Res. Hc.nesites near

Starke on SR .100 $2,600 1975 Rainfall
Federal office for details.lESLIC
$300: :! down $26 96 mo. Under AverageBradford U JL( J'1oaaaa .

Attractive fashionable I
38R 2B in good neigh- County received II '
I
borhood near schools. A 63.3 inches of ram in 1975, 2 62 ( rnB(
inches less than the 50-year A
good buy at $28.900.
annual average of 6592. !
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Brand new 3BR 1MB with December was the driest Custom Cutting & Wrapping Of
: :
nice floor plan on beautiful month recorded.with only 1.1 inch GFI'agex Guaranty FederalSavings
November
ot near golf course 6 second in the dry was Your Beef or Pork
schools waiting for you at category
S31.EOO. with 1.2 inches, while October Pork Service and :
and May tied for first place Curing Loan Assoc.IAKE .

L.K Edwards, I III with 3.1 inches each. Pork For Sale
Es Assoc.Inc.Realtor September was (the wettest Sausage
month with 11.4 inches of rain U.S. 301 North of StarkeIn \ BUTLER STAHKIvi' KEVSTONS HtUiMT'iLIWIHnc
4732669Keystone and July was a close runner irv M.KI ,
South End Of Hammond's Discount House >> Blvll ft Syly || \\f
Heights un> with 11.2. August was in Phone 964 6991 tfchg !>64 soon 4/3 495?
third place with 10.3 Inches of
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January I I. IIHI! Tii.l.f.K\ni..: ; I'uget
St.IVIark'Episcopal Church
Weekly Schedule (' HAPPY NEW YEAR FROM

Sunday, January 4th 8:30: NY
a.m. Holy Eucharist, 9:45: I
a.m.a.m. Holy Church Eucharist.School 11:00: PANTRY OFF 3O


CIIURCIISCIIEUIILE FIRST BAPTIST Pantry Pride

Stark,Florida
Sunday Sunday School, 'I
9.45 a.m.; Morning Worship,
II a.m.; Introduction to ONE DOZENRSODA
"Hosea", 6:15: p.m., Message
from "Hohea", 7:30 pm.
Study Monday, 7 p.m.- January Bible i

TuesdayJunior Choir,3:30: @
p.m.p.m.Wednesday; January January Bible Study Bible 7 28oz NO RETURN BTL. SUPERMARKETS EG G 5

Study p.m.; Trustee Mtg,9 StARKE

a pm.Thursday.m... Visitation- Visitation 7 p.m. 9:30: LIMIT 4 4/39.1. I 320 SOUTH I Ii ANY SIZEWITH

Visitation Saturday 8 Bus Ministry WITH THIS COUPON AT PANTRY PRIDE OR Old STORES WALNUT ST.. I II THIS COUPON AT PANTRY PRIDE OR Old STORES
a.m. MOM..DEC.29 THRU WED.,DEC 31, 1975.LIMIT-1 OF I II MOM.?DEC. 29 THRU WED.,DEC. 31, 1975.LlMlT-1\ OF
EACH CENTS OFF COUPON WITH A$7.50 OR MORE I 11 EACH CENTS OFF COUPON WITH A $7.50 OR MORE
.FIRST PKKSIIYTKRIAN FOOD ORDER.TOBACCO PRODUCTS EXCLUDED. FOOD ORDER. TOBACCO PRODUCTS EXCLUDED.
CHt'KCII SCI IEIULE: :
SUirke.FI.I. ALL ITEMS AND PRICES GOOD MON.,
Q
Sunday School45 DEC.29.THRU WED.,DEC.31,1 75.QUANTITY .
: a m. I I RIGHTS RESERVED.
Morning Worship II a.m.Kev
Samuel llobson.Jr.,associate
pastor of First Presbyterian
Church of Gainesville, will SAV 5AV SAVE SAIIF
deliver the message. A EVERY 10 PANTRY 30 a EVEflY a 1 1 31 PANTRY 11
covered dish luncheon will V DAY\

follow Choir the Practice worship service Thursday, [ow LOW _
RED OR GOLDEN
7';.10 p.m. BEEF


HAMPTON SIRLOINSTEAKS_ DELICIOUSAPPLES

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AREA NEWSBy : .i


JoMphlM Fontaine ,
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CITYNKWS: : TI U.S. GOVT- IIjr1
The Hampton City Council : INSPECTEDCORN :
January will meet 13.at 8 p.m. Tuesday. FED __

If you are out of work, or
need extra work register with
the state representative, Bob \ t1.f\!: M\ (1.ot1111'1 Wft
Green; from the Florida State l71' 01Y 0 PIIIIII'20l IBII 00' 11111I p lilRY11m eel \ 4I .
Employment: Service at the Iittil'
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We Enter '
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The Bicentennial YearHow Fv f The 1976 Midwinter semester
will soon begin on college
campuses across the State
and thousands of veterans will

did the citizens of Starke -Coping with the problem of ever- I' .,Yr a 1, Ili Ihd tI'r1111 ';br(i l 4iJil t l Bill return Many to school veterans under need the GI to

celebrate the nation's Centennial at the increasing mobile homes throughout the their
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carefully review
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.'. ,. ... .W. ,
; conclusion of 100 years of troubled county: where to place them to best remaining GI Bill entitlementto

existence in the year 1876? advantage; how to make them pay their ., .. be certain that it Is being

fair share of the tax load; and how to be used to their best advantage.

No one knows, really, ince The sure their occupants are adequately Eligible veterans are those

Telegraph, the town's first newspaper, protected against the hazards of fire and with 181 days or more honorable :-

was not established until 1879, and no windstorm.How service in the Armed
Forces of the United States
reporter was around to leave a written to bring
to A veteran
economy government since January 31, 1955. -
record of how the Centennial was ob- in the face of burgeoning ilea il la il { nEr is entitled to lie monthsof

served. bureaucracy at all levels national training time for each

state and local.Completion T month spent on active duly
.
There is no way of knowing if there of :: :; with eligibility a maximum for of those 43. months who
our comprehensive.
was dancing in the streets, or band months or more.
served 18
concerts and fireworks in the park, but land use study. Although Bradford is far Persons whose only active

chances are that the observance, if any, ahead of most Florida counties in this duty was the six month training

was very low-key and subdued since the program, much expensive work still Ken tucky House Was Early Hostelry period as a member of the

anguished days of Reconstruction, remains to be done. Reserves or National Guard
are not eligible for any GI Bill.

following the Civil War, had just phasedout -The improvement of traffic circulation Tliis rate photograph never ,published before, was included in a collection recently training
in 1877 two years before the presented to Hie Telegraph 'y :Mrs. James :Morgus of Lakeland the former Neva Husband.
Centennial. It is doubtful if there was in the downtown area to 'I'lte Kentucky }House was a iwo-story brick: building that Mood on the northeast coiner of Call Under the GI I Bill, if a vet-

very much money around to spend on minimize traffic conflict with U.S. 301 and Cherry' Streets, present site of the home of :Mrs. i.J. McClriff. Figure at far left on upper eran has enough entitlementto
celebrations in those bleak and to provide for better access and veranda Is(liarles J.III"band.and man with white beard and string tie at far left standing on' begin a semester the Vet
days. greater safety for schools public KIM n. is ht'liI't'd tobeieorge E. face since he also appeared in a picture published two weeks! erans Administration may
educational
ago show fug a large 11..111 the Pace pear tll'chard.GrandCelebration continue his payments -
But one thing we do know about the buildings, shopping centers, and other through the end of) the
traffic generators.The semester providing the t ten-
Centennial year of 1876 thanks to a year delimiting datet not

yellowed, handwritten document that reached If his service ter-
somehow escaped the fires that creation of more) housing units Held When Starke minated prior to June 1, 1'Xifi! ,

destroyed many courthouse records for lower income families either he has 10 years from that date

during that period. It tells of an election through private financing or by or until May 31, 19711 to use his

that was of held on May 29, the 1876 on the of latter government may be distasteful subsidy. Although to some in our the Won Final Courthouse Election in '98Never after entitlement June 1, J If I'W.fl.service the: eligibil ended

town
question incorporating tty period runs for 10 years
Starke. society the fact remains that additional after the date of discharge or

housing must be had from some source. had there been .1 -/ 1' an election cannot; be held for release from active dutyPl'KIICNOriCK
grander celebration in Starke _. :\\II/. .j \\I : : 20 vears.
Although only 42 qualified electors than the one held at the city ;

voted in that historic election it will --Implementation of flood plain park when all returns were in :::- 0/1 : -, ;. ::;;..---. /-/""'" /I'. 11....-....;:: -. The red brick courthouse, : : :
always be a credit to the dauntless spiritof l legislation to control or even prohibit, and it was found that Starke now known as "the old courthouse"
construction of homes and other had won the heated election of was built in l'H)2.! ) but The Citizen Participation
the embryo town that all forty-two of buildings in flood areas, where August 30.18IS'lo! finally settle Comer L Peek, Starke realtor Col. W.T Weeks was calledon the final settlement over the Committee of the :North
the votes cast were unanimously in prone the county seat issue.In and who Central Florida Regional
promoter was 'lib next and made a "splendid courthouse site was not completed
favor of incorporation. knows but eventually they will become a total vote of 2,276, erally cheered from beginning spl'ech"hlch was received until the county was Planning Council will meetThursday
a county
that it was the Centennial spirit of that detriment rather than an asset, to our Starke received 1,255 votes to end" and T A. Knight a with much enthusiasm divided in 1921, making: Lake Jan 15. at 7pm. at
community. leading merchant who Butler the seat of the Utilities Operation Ct-nUor.
leaving county
day that prompted such an enthusiasticand and Lake Butler. 1.014
Southeast 5th Ave ,
After the the 555
received "round after round"of speeches Union County
Starke majority of 241
a
patriotic response? .
crowd cheered Gamesv ille
applause large Hampton :
These are just a few of the local In this election. Lawtey stuck and
Lawtey District No.
We have only to imagine the flickeringgas problems we will be confronted with to by only Sl4Irke 22 and for gave Lake it218 Butler.votes At the close of the speech 8. all of whom had given big ==

street lights the rough wooden during the Bicentennial year of 1976, as someone shouted, "Shipman"'! votes for Starke and woundup FORESTRY

sidewalks, and the unpaved "wash.board" well as those on a national scale the In its issue of Sept 1. 1989. Shipman1! Here he comes'! with three cheers for Old Terry Itml,
The Florida Advocate, one of Bradford Farm Forester
roads that existed at that time to upcoming presidential election..theever Starke's two at Mr. Shipman one of the IN BRADFORD COUNTY

realize what great progress we have present problems of inflation and that time reported newspapers that the early leaders tl>t Lawtey had After the celebration at the

made in surmounting these problemsover unemployment..and the troublesome celebration was attended by a just arrived on the scene and park the town was "turnedover
the Although it dilemma of Angola whether to let this crowd of more than ""l.ooo was carried on the shouldersof to the boys who took advantage IUKK: : PI.XNTIM' ; ; "TIMK:
past century. the enthusiastic crowd to of the Mayor'sgenerosity \
white
African nation fall within the enthusiastic citizens
sometimes seems that our progress in important and colored" who gathered to the speakers' stand while the and no one closedhis \\hetheryou're planting one make. firm contact! and eliminate
solving today's problems is painfully sphere of Russia's influence or to step make merry and celebrate to band played "Hail to the eyes in slumber until after tree for shade a hundred! air pockets "
slow when viewed in the retrospect of up our efforts to prevent such take-over. their heart's content at ('hier." 12 o'clock Anvils popped and acres of pines for timber or :
bells rang and the sky was anything in bl'l\lt't'n.lhl're Use! no lerlili/or dibbleplanted
exactly 7:30 o'clock are on -
100 it seems incredible that we :
years the shouldersof ablaze with fireworks for
still
While on rules to follow to trees until
And so it is that Starke has a double help msureSUCCt.ss they
have done much.
so The Starke Cornet Band the men. The Colonel hours. Become established. For con-
purpose in celebrating our Bicentennial smiled! broadly and remarked .
played on Walnut Street and tamer grown ir balled-andburlapprd -
.
As we enter upon our Bicentennialyear year starting today. 1976 marks the marched to the drug store toys it seems like Starke time'Everybody and had ill a good Trees are best planted trees a. little

many of the problems we must 100th anniversary of our town'as a where they rendered several has"carried l..Ite)'. doesn't last night no one for w never soon in forget the during the cold season while. organic fertilizer can be

come to grips with during the ensuing viable, chartered municipality and the starring selection in order togollht'r added it? Obviously"Although pleased I haveappeared he history of Starke has she witnessed I to they reduce are not transplant actively growing shock. nmcd IIh the soil in I the hole
the crowd "and the
months seem almost insurmountable.Here 200th anniversary of our nation which before the good a grander celebration Transplanting/ large trees Soil I around l a nl'tn'l'
crowd did "
are just a few: has grown to be the greatest on earth. If hundreds from gather every coming direction by- people of Staike time and said the Advocate takes special advance picparations should be kept moist I not ul't i

we do nothing more, we should The band then marched again. I ne'rIdS so" embraced Regarding the election the and gradually' returned to
rededicate ourselves to the principles of followed by the crowd to the as I am tonight natural nioistuiecomlitioib as
The of environmentfrom Advocate wrote .
protection our reporter : Keep tree-roots cool and the tree adiu.sts! to its hew
adverse effects of strip mining if, sacrifice and hard work that helped our park where everjthmg had After waiting for over two moist during transplanting home For large* plantingsthat
been for
as expected, phosphate mining ancestors overcome those problems of prepared" :! a big jolly- minutes for the cro\\dlo finish Tuesday was a beautiful day: :Moisture loss kills (the root can't Ix irrigated this
fica ion.
operations begin in Bradford County in the past and will be needed now to helpus t cheering. Shipman began his and all of the precincts polleda tissues. Heat also kills them means "dun t plant (dining\ .1 l
solve those of the future. Rousing speeches ere speech interrupted frequently remarkably large vote or at least brings them out of diouth"
the next few .years.< made at the park by' Col. by long cheers Polls ere opened in Slarke at dormancy too qUIckly.
I II! a m. in the vacant building Seedling Packet Sale
formerly occupied by Hacked t -Keep trees shaded! Turing/ On January lo bare-root
I Dry Goods Company, and transplanting A bundle of seedlings will be sold tit !the
be tore long people were coining bare-root seedlings lelt) in the !shopping center on t.S :101

A Better Selection County Agents By into town from all directions sun can heat up to well above south of Starke I and at the west t
> The voting continued loo degrees in a short time end of the ( ourthouse in Lake
1' brisk until 4 or 5 o'clock. e\' -n on a mild dayThis: is Butler
Vice PresidentsShould Notebook Bobby :: sure death to the seedlings:

Of Taylor r. ft. In spite of the keen interest inside. I'.nil?: packet will contain
4 2> .iH and high feelings it was a retltmd.! dog 11..1.. rod maple' ,
-, remarkably orderly election --\Iinimlll': storage time and. ('hinese'rallnw! I trees I i2:! of
;Noone was seen on the streets before planting/ bare-root each and will sell for one
vice-presidential candidates be Thomas Eagleton in 1972, by the As 1975 draws to a close I bucket of feed w ill not correct intoxicated and everyone trees J If you have to wait as dollar
chosen by party leaders or in state Democrats.To wonder if it will be significant the problem and make the seemed in a goat! humor. much as about live days, or ifyou
animal walk have poor storage condi Ailior Day I is.Kmu.iry t Hi An
primaries? And should voters in the in the future as other vears again
After the polls closed the lions ht't.'llhl' trees into cool. excellent "..110 commemorate -
national election be able to support his position, Mr. Blat- have been In my opinion, it
cast The best
separate remedy Is work of counting votes began moist soil I in I the shade until mr counlry, Hiccntcnnuil -
ballots for the first and second spots on chford presents the chilling thought: "If has real been a year that for has beena in preventive health program and lasted until \\1:311: o'clock you can set them out Near I is to ,plant tree for

the presidential tickets? either Sara Jane Moore or Lynette challenge people has and the best nutritional The vote in Starke was! 6B4 for von and! future generations to
I I'm it
Fromme had been successful in their agriculture. sure program the cattleman can Starke and 31 for Lake Butler. --Too much water is as bad enjoy .
for
been the
same governmentand afford. Supplemental feeding The day also passed quietly as! too little ater Hoots need
These are questions being asked more attempts to assassinate the President the business commumt is! a must on some farms and at Lake Butler, and a large O'ljl'n.tlich' they. take up \\
frequently as we enter upon a then we would have today a presidentwho Even though gross farm ranches This feeding should vote was polled!, giving Lake from the air; roots in Hooded <' )Kxhausl;
presidential election year. was selected by a man who was income has risen (and we seea include protein energy and Butler 50h and Starke :.14 soil in standing water, or in a ( on\eiters?
selected by a man who resigned that lot of publicity about this) roughage Protein can bo saturated bundle get little or Recent tests indicate thattheie
net income in most operationshas supplied in liquid mixes, Votes in other precinctswere no oxygen. Standing u tc'r is little dillercticc in
Joseph Blatchford a former !Nixon office. declined. Tight money or range mixes and blocks. : Lawtey. 218 for Starke. also encourages rot and even tailpipe temperatures. bet(

administration) aide is calling on GOP high interest rates plus Energy: feeds are grain Lake Butler 2.. Hampton, 163 leaches plant food from roots 5\t'l'n11 cab with catalyticttiiufilers
presidential contenders Gerald Ford and The importance that the vice- higher farm expenses have molasses or citrus pulp. for Starke Lake Butler 43.: ; and leaves and older cars

Ronald Reagan to open up the 1976 presidency has assumed in recent yearsis slowed expansion and increased Roughage can be native Providence gave Lake Butler without them l'"t'I.1lht'n'
convention and select obvious when we note that out of a production of some forages or old grass pastures. 2M.( ; Marke 14; Pine Hill. --The proper planting: tltpthis poor tuning or some other
a running mate "in farm commodities Starke Ito. Lake Butler. 104. nature's depth with the malfunction is involved
three of them
total of
presidents,
an and free seven Good hay can supplyall
open manner. Palestine Lake I Butler !S6; root collar at ground line A
Truman, Johnson, and Ford Prediction of favorable three requirements I However, Starke 4. Pine Grove. Starke heavy tree or plant that is In a pt.orly.tunl'lI) or malfunctioning -
Blatchford both ascended to the top leadership positionin markets and exports has there is a lot of hay being sold 44. Lake Butler 6 likely to sink should be set outa older vehicle, thetailpipe
urges political partiesto caused of corn and and used that is! of poor quality
expansion
The lower
little for temperature is
form the world from the vicepresidency.No high reason
a committee that would one soybean acreage throughout and will supply only the This was the final county this is that normal bark is not 'nan the normal IIHNI degree's
month prior to the national convention, longer can we afford to leave the the country This has resultedin roughage needs of cattle It is seat I election for an agreement suited to withstand! the dark r But a v'l'ludtlth! a catalytic !
meet and lower prices for corn and very' difficult to eyeball hay to had been made that the
screen potential vice- choice of a vice-president to the whimsof moist conditions where soil converter reacts in
soybeans than most growers determine its feeding! value I Isuggest whichever town won a new
presidential candidates for fungi and bacteria thrive opposite way tailpipe tern
professional purely political considerations, suchas that hay be purchasedfrom
expected.One courthouse would be built and ptralure rises to almost I IIIM': )
qualifications and moral character. From what region of the country they hail a reputable grower who the law provided! that after a -Soil around the roots degrees"
those found to be acceptable the con from and what race or religion they effect of increased corn has limed and fertilized new courthouse is constructed should be packed firmly to
vention would choose a and soybean production has properly and has harvested Any temperature of uroumlSim
nominee. represent. They must be quality men on been more cattle going to the
the hay at the right time )degrees or more can ignite
par with the presidential nominee. We feedlots. This has helped a Jean Mutidy Addresses dry grasses and other\ fine
The argument is that such a need little with for some of Winter like
screening something to prevent a Spiro prices forages rye. luck\ after a short time Hut
process might have prevented such poor Agnew from ascending to the White our calves However, prices ryegrass and clover can also such fuels ignite; iiiktanllv: at

choices for this high position as Spiro House, and Mr. Blatchford's suggestion still before have local a long cattlemen wato can go supply mature most cattle nutrients especially for if European Rec Group degrees temperatures above loot
Agnew in 1958
by the Republicans
and might provide the means.QIi even think about a profit in they have access; to sufficient

their business roughage Howevergrowing The moral of the story Is
cales111 need additional Dr. Jean :Mundy, associate gram with the European thiskeep farm and hunting
Speaking of cattle I have gram if they are to grow and professor of Leisure Services group, making three talks vehicles tuned right, espt.'C-
already had a few calls! about and Studies at Florida State during the meeting, including
gain properlyInsects I lally during the dry months.
ORID4 BRADFORD sick and weak cows that go University: Tallahassee, one on therapeutic recreation And if possible keep vehicles
COlh down and can't get up Thereare like lice and flies recently returned from She was presented a hand- with catalytic; converters out
4 AM SINCE1879Ty several things that can can be controlled with a spray Europe here she was invitedto some gift at the final banquet of grassy areas! and 01 her
acnvt : cause tins condition such as program and or backrubbers make the keynote addressat .which time she received a places
; with
fine fuels.
awuteOff' low or improper nutrition or dust bags Worms can be the annual meeting of the standing ovation from the
0 y170N worms and other internal controlled by' de-worming European Recreation Society delegates.

,ws parasites. lice colds once or twice a year with one held Nov" 1-10 in Garmisch A special tour was arranged H19a
BOB G FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER pneumonia. and other of the more recent worm Germany. for the group to visit the location
Publishers diseases that weaken an medicines.I'll .
in Innsbruck Austria,
PublIshed each Thursday and entered as second Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Fla under Act animal. It is usually a combination Dr Mundy said that FSU Is where the 1976 Olympic
of two of be to discuss
or more happy!
of March 3, 1879 your doing work in "leisure education games will be held. "
these conditions that actually cattle nutrition or health "Mad M a March ha cornea
Subscription rate.in trade area' $6 per year $3 50 su months make the cow go down This is program with you at any time and quality of life the The from the fact that hire are
:Outsdetrade area 47 per year $4 CO si. months only U.S university now mak- meeting was attended
shot of
why one an antibiotic 'heck your cattle today to ing such studies. She by some 300 delegates from unusually hy and wild in
Phoo* 964 ..1O) Starfce Fla electrolyte, or an additional avoid losses this winter invited to discuss this pro-was European countries 12 March which in their rutting
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NOTICE FICTITIOUS REGISTER OF INTENTIONTO NAME THE IN THE.EIGHTH IN AND CIRCUIT FOR JUDICIAL BRADFORD COURT CIRCUIT OF V Y i I !, I $ A V t


COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Pursuant to Section 865.09 CASE NO. 75-273.CP ((1-2345)) s
Florida Statutes notice is F +
d
hereby given that the undersigned IN RE: The Estate of JOHN F,

Cleo Price, Rt. 1 KERSEY, Deceased.

Melrose, Bradford County, 4
Florida 32666, doing business NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll "

under the firm name of "THE

HOUSE OF GINGER", Rt. I, creditors of JOHN F, ,- $4. Y n", _.__ tCLASSIFIFI ._- w'n_.... ... ..n .... ._.. ....,. n_._ _..,
Melrose, Bradford County KERSEY who died on August

Florida 32666, intends to register 14, 1975 while a resident of
said fictitious name under the Bradford County Florida, are ) Al RATES o

provisions of aforesaid statute. notified that they are required to 1 r FOR SALE. ) COWBOY BOOTSFor n
Cleo Price, sole owner. file any claims or demands that Deadline for in rrlion t fOR RENT BABIES-GIRLS-

Dated this 1st day of January, they may have against his Estatein Tuesday Noon preceding "

A.D.. 1976 at Melrose, Florida the Circuit Court for Bradford Thursday before publication I :x- BOYS-WOMEN

1/14tp 1/22 County Florida in the Cour- Minimum $.!. FOR RENT: Furnished, 2 bedroom BELTSIn
. Charge .t"1H'ovt'rsl ) FOR SALE Camera Petra 35mm
------------- thouse at Starka Florida, within Real Facts lirwill'Jlal"
NOTICE OF four calendar months from the ( !; Words) duplex apt. on Kingsley single-lens reflex, with case. sizes 18 to 58
condition
Lake air ,
private
Each: word
15
over $125.
APPLICATIONFOR date of the first publication of dock. Call tfchg Excellent condition Real I WESTERN SHIRTS
cents 9645391. 9645875 rfpd C REALTY
TAX DEED this Notice. Each claim or --- INDIAN MOCCASINSat
demand must be In writing and Estate

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. filed in duplicate and must state FOR REM: 12' wide mobile FOR SALE. Mobile Home Parts G ) CARRADINE'SLawtey

that W.C. POWELL the holderof the place of residence and post- SALEFOR homes outside limits J.B. and supplies. OLiN'S MOBILE By ICecelia

the following certificates has office address of the claimantand HOUSES FOR White Ph. 9646114. tfchg. HOME SALES Hwy. 100 W J Florida 782.3400

filed said certificates, for a tax be sworn to by the claimant ----T------ Starke.' 964 5606 tfchg 13tchg2 12

deed to be issued thereon. The his agent or his attorney or it FOR RENT: OlIn's Subdivision .-. - TerwilleqarAn

certificate numbers and years of will become void according to SALE 3 bedroom 2 bath 1/2 acre lots, $25.00 per FOR SALE. Chest type deepfreeze easement is a term often heard in connection with real

issuance the description of the law CB with Cent. air & heat on month. Water & Sewage 16 ft. $95. 515 E estate transactions. It means that the owner of a piece of

property, and the names in DATED this 23rd day of one acre with chain link fence.Ph. furnished For information call South St. !966957 1tp property has granted another the right to use his property. CELECTROUJXJSales

which it was assessed are as September, 1975. 9648572. 12/11/ 4tp 1/1 Mark Olin, Olin's Mobile There are two types of easements: Easement Appurtenant

follows: .... - .. Homes Sales Hwy. 100 W.. FOR SALE 1 acre homesites and Easement in Gross. Service Supplies
Certificate No 119 Mitta M. Kersey Executrix of Starke. 9645606. tfchg Crosby Lake Estates, 2 mi. W, Easement Appurtenant is the right of an owner of property

Year of Issuance 1971 the Estate of John F. Kersey. -- - -- of Starke on RD 100. Ownnr to use the land adjacent or adjoining his land. His estate Is BOB MILNER 964.7604
Description of Property: BEG AT 12/242tchg 12/31 referred to as the dominant estate and the adjoining
--- financed, 964-6488, tfchg.MISCELLANEOUS. 11 1 1 20 I I3tp 2 12
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NE COR OF NWV4 OF NWJ& ------- PERSONALSERVICEHOUSES property is the subservient property

SLY 750'.W 1000' TO ELY R/W NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO FOR RENT -- Nice clean fur- An Easement in Gross is the right to use the land another

OF CO RD, NWLY ON ELY R/W REGISTER nished 1 bedroom apartment. ...- -.. and: does not have to be adjacent or adjoining property. BRASINGTON

TO N LINE OF NW% OF NW'/4, FICTITIOUS NAME Ph. 964 0071. l Up Easements in Gross can include signs, billboards, and the Cadillac-Oldsmobile

ELY 1280' M/L TO POB, EX &TRAILERS pressure -- -- - like.For Sales & Service,

LOT 150' E&W BY 24O1 N & S Pursuant to Section 86509 washed with chemicals.Wash further explanations of easements or any real estate /.,m<. butei< / t dun (Of/ L uv/!

BEING 180' S OF NE COR OF Florida Statutes notice is away/ dirt and mildew. Guar 11Io... ..... terms see us today We can help you. Car churl OnCaihllat

NW/ OF NW'/ & EX PAR hereby given that the undersigned anteed. Ph. 473-2213. tfchg. r ..otoool.. 1 / 1'raid's

CELS IN OR 75- 451, 452, 453 Robert E. Smith & -,-- - -- HAVE YOUR SOW or gilt bredto HAPPY NEW YEARAn 2001 IN.W 13 3785301 I

SEC: 24, TWP 8.S, R-22. William T, Smith, son, P.O. Box AVON CALLING: To buy or sell Yorkshire boar, $15 or a pig GAINESVILLEJimmy
Name in which assessed 302 attractive and comfortable new home Is If
: Lawtey. Bradford County Avon. Call 755-2807 or write from litter Pick-up available going up on
Joseph A. WelchAll Florida 32058 Colley Road. The price is also attractive and comfortable I
doing business Loma Clyatt P.O. Bon 220 SUZUKI OF STARKE: Your By appointment 782.3635.
of said property being in the under the firm name of "Smith's Lake City, Florida. tfchg authorized Suzuki Dealer. 12/253tp 1/8 The corner lot has pretty trees. This could be yours..and if

County of Bradford State of Heating Air Conditioning, -- --- -- Phone 964-6020. 304 East Call you see us now..you can select your interior and exterior Moore'sSun
Florida. Refrigeration and Electrical Street. tfchg colors tile carpet, hardware & wallpaper. Sports

Unless such certificate or Service", P.O. Box 302 Lawtey, POSITION DESIRED: Young - - NOTICE There will not be a ---- -

certificates shall be redeemed Bradford County, Florida 32058, woman 38 will live in and care New Years Eve Watch Night We have a nearly new brick home..3BR 1 1.2B,..central MORE BOAT FOR
according to law the property intends to register said fictitious for elderly. 468-1316 tfchg FOR SALE 1972 Honda SL Service at Evergreen Baptist heat..large lot..Out of city limits..low interest rate YOUR MONEY TF

under - - -- 350. Excellent running Church 12/25 2tchg 11rOK / 1 --- .
described in such certificate or name the provisions of STARKE PH 964.5791
certificates will be sold to the aforesaid statute. condition $550 or best Thirty or forty acres on Rd. 18 which could be used as a

highest bidder at the courthouse Dated this 11th day of TV REPAIRS & SERVICE: Also offer 9647395 anytime. beautiful homesite and farm or developed. Access to COMPLETE OUTBOARD &

door on the 20th day of December A.D., 1975 at used TV for sale $29.95 and Itp I ,.. Hampton Lake is just across the road..Convenient for STERN DRIVE SERVICE

January 1976. Starka, Florida 12/11 4tp 1/1 up. Used furniture and appliances - - AUTOMOBILESUSED fishing skiing and swimming. AND REPAIR
.. .. ... _
Plumbing, and bathroom
Dated this 17th day of ----- COMPLETE FIBERGLASS

December 1975. NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO fixtures. Wood stoves Office and apartment.341 N. Temple..good location and a REPAIR
kerosene, gas and electric reasonable price.
WANTED 1
REGISTER hepters THE BARGAIN CENTER t CUSTOM BUILT FIBER
GILBERT S. BROWN. Clerk FICTITIOUS NAME 301 South S\l.K.: I'M-! : CiIC.6.: ----- GLASS FISHING BOATS
By Beulah M. Moody tfchg. long) wheel I base Mandaril Former filling station in Lawtey which could be used for
- - --
Clerk of Circuit Court of "Pursuant to Section 865.09 (Mil !)H I-K7J3.: Itp| Ul: I antique shop fresh fruit a vegetable stand body shop or you
Bradford County Florida 12/24 Florida Statutes notice is AMERICAN FAMILY SOUND: WANTED' Retired couple with name it. Low down payment.Two .

4tchg 1/15 hereby given that the undersigned Sales, service, installation no pets needs unfurnished 2 ----- DavidsonMobile
-------------- Ralph P. Bryan, P.O. stereos, phono, reel reel, BR apt. or house downstairs very nice mobile homes...with many extras and in excellent .

LEGAL NOTICE Box 154, Starke Bradford tapes, cassetes radIos. Work Give full details in reply to Box 10 ACRES condition. Home Park

County Florida 32091, doing guaranteed. 155-A West Call 397, Starke 12/25 2tp I/1 I ----- In City Limits I
Sealed bids will be 9647329 trchgALCOHOLICS 10 From Home in the country..Not quite six
received in business under the firm name of Minutes years 0Id..3BR, 2B
the office of the Purchasing "RALPH BRYAN REAL - - -- WANTED Woman CH&A Concrete Block with lots of built.ins...20 acres with $30 Per Mo.
or Heights
couple Keystone
Agent, Union Correctional spring fed creek..large new barn...Conveniently located on
ESTATE"
St. Road 230 E. ANONYMOUS: to share large Duplex apartment Walk To New

Institution P.O. Box 221, Starke Bradford County, 114 Christian Street, Starke with female senior $1,750 Per Acre Rd 225. Shopping CenterC

Rdif ord, Florida 32083, up to and Florida 32091, intends to registersaId Fla. Thursdays and Satur- citizen very reasonable, 404 Cecelia T. Terwillegar. Reg. Real Estate Broker
not later than 11.00 A.M. fictitious name under the Call 964 5709. 206 West y i.r I wo llrSuwer!
days B p.m. N. Cherry Itp $159 Per Mo. Madison Avenue Starke Florida "
February 3, 1976 for the sale of provisions of aforesaid statute. 9645434 or 964-6894 1/1 OFFICE PHONE M4.7176 On 301 South '

approximately 475 acres of pine Ralph P. Bryan sole owner. 11tp 3/5
NO LOW LAND
pulpwood and pine timber Dated this 11th day of - - - Jolu Motel
Detailed information and bid December, A.D. 1975 at Starke, \\ EST: (' -::\lit \1.
forms may be obtained from the Florida. HOME REMODELING AND t FOR SALE ) KIu.n l 1'('. MULTIPLE Floriland Realty 964-8310

Farm Manager, Mr. John 12/11 4tchq 1/1/76 REPAIR: Master electrician KNlrrrd Broker,

Howard (phone) (904)( ) 431-1212 -------------- plumber & carpenter 1.I1K-IIIH.:! :!:! \limeEsrningx'all LISTINGS 393N. Temple Ave.

EXT 340. NOTICE TO DEBTORS Reasonable rates. 964 8V87. FOR SALE: 12x64 Artcraft : : - -iI
,
12/242t-hg 12/31/ AND CREDITORSAll 1/1 4tp 1-22 mobile home, partially fur .\rt I'alraw 4 BR 2 bath. ''; acre. Will trade Furn House on Vj acre Near
- -------- - '7'I-1I'1'1': !)! I | Well Drilling] '
persons having claims or nished or unfurnished' $7,000 equity for land or some Good fishing area.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT demands against the Estate of WOMAN: 30 years old will tans Washer dryer, air concrete thing else of equal value - ,

EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Eva Rigdon Gentry, late of care of cancer patients or steps $4.300: 964 8341 or Mr. 3 A. on Bessent Road. Other lots 1 2" Thru 6"

FLORIDA, IN AND FOR Macon Bibb County, Georgia, elderly. Good references Milton 964 8673 tfchg 2 BR. 4 acres $6,500 in City for Sale_ 1 Fast Rotary ,
BRADFORD COUNTY deceased must file same in the experienced. Can start Jan. 5. - - IraarSedrsW -

Circuit Court of Florida. 8th 964-5222 12/25 2tchg 11BILL'S House on 13th St Jax Fla Drilling Equipment I
Handyman special $7,500
TOP SOIL, FILL DIRT: 6 days a
CIVIL ACTION for Bradford -
Judicial Circuit In and -
- - -
CASE No. 75-366 County, within six calendar week dragline, work.dozer Call work 468 1873 and c71':2: /, 4 BR. 2 lots $10,500 3 BR 1 Bath on Corner lot. State Licensed t tI

months from the date of the first SAW SHOP: Complete Mostly financed
In re: The Marriage CHARLES publication of this notIce. sharpening service circular Star Rt Hampton STEPHEN REAL ESTATE 2BR, 1 acre $7.500 -

A. DENT, husband and BERTIE This 11th day of December, hand carbide, chain mower SMITH LANDFILL. tfchg (lor. +.., "'". ,. ... '. If you own property outside of I Pumps I :
-
- -- 2 BR lakefront
$22,000
HELEN JONES DENT, Wife. 1975 blade hollow ground and county & want to sell. See l IM.
balanced. Leave at Jackson 10x 20 PATIO COVER: Installed STARKE t

NOTICE OF SUIT- Vida Jean G. Beall, Building Supply Starke or 18500. installed $140.00. Two very neat 2 BR frame OffSR003BR $22,000 VERNIE. ODOM
houses with ref. & stoves Both New & Used
NO PROPERTYTo Executrix Keystone HeIghts. tfchg Gator Mobile Home Service. Reg. Broker : t
$14000 3 BR, 2 acres $24,500
- - - 3729767.
12/184tchg 1/8 Hchg.----- 964 5476 964 7700 Sales PartsService
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: 10 x 20 PATIO COVERS: Homes I )
2 BR 1 bath frame with ref. & Southgate, 3 BR $26,000
---------- $180 E-Z
Bertie Helen Jones Dent and mobile homes. Terms
TN"THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR SALE Storm screen stove $7,500 t
c/o Eugene Wyman, installed, $140 umnstalled. door white aluminum frame; - Lawtey 3 BR brick $31.000
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
Ault Rd., GATOR MOBILE HOME glass stationary 3 BR frame cent heat/air, II t
sliding storm
AND FOR BRADFORD I I Plumbing\\
SERVICE CO. Ph. 372 9767
Tenn. ,
Signal Mountain 32' Long Champ
:37377 COUNTY, FLORIDAFile Gainesville tfchgMOBILE screen, practically new. x fenced cor. lot $19,400 Keystone 3 BR brick $44.000[
68". $35. 200 E. Adkins - I I
No. 2354 - - - Street. Itp 2 BR frame stove & ref. Hampton.1 1'I, acres $9,200 Home and
New Installation/
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat I t
Case No. 75-303-CP HOME MOVING Also - $13.000 Terms.- BuildingMaterials
an action for Dissolution of Lawtey 2.75 acres $9.500
mobile home hurricane an-
REDUCE safe & fast with Remodeling ,
Marriage has been filed against .
8.71 SR 100-S $15,500
acres
and mobile home roof
RE ESTATE OF NELLE chonng
IN : GOBESE TABLETS & E-VAP
you Bertie Helen Jones Dent - Lawtey 4 4 acres $9,500
din's MOBILE Home Repairs
HAMRICK NOLLMAN. coatIng. "Water Pills", ANDREWS ,
and you are required to serve a LAWTEY
Rd -WE BUILD
Service 965606: St. -
copy of your written defenses, if Deceased. PHARMACY 356 W. 3 BR Alum siding, chain link 2 canal lots $3,300
Fla.
& Jct. 233. Starke,
16W "YOUR PLANS OR OURS
Madison Starke. 12/11 4tp
any to it. on the plaintiff attorney fence $9.5X) I[Durrance\\ :
whose name and address NOTICE OF PROBATE tfchg 1/1 - 4 canal lots. $7.800 YOUR LOT OR OURS"
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FLORIDA -
STATE OF - -
-- - - .
a Dudley P. Hardy, Esq 2 BR frame $8,400 terms 5 to 6 acre tracts on the Santa Fe -FREE ESTIMATES-

Pierce & Hardy PA. P.O. COUNTY OF DUVALTo SEWING MACHINES repaired, WATSON'S River $2,000acrei REMODELING REPAIRS < I Pumps & Supply t

Drawer 1030. Starke Florida, all makes cleaned oiled and HOUSE VACUUMS 7.2 Acres $2 000 per acre
32091 and file the original with all :persons interested in the adjusted $7. Work guaranteed - '/ acre MH terms $5,000 ADDITIONS Company t
of said decedent HOMES BOUGHT
estate :
the clerk of the above styled James Strickland, Many brands of new vacuums 2 '.. acre wooded lots terms
You are hereby notified that a 7 acres in town $18,000 SOLD TRADED 1864
court on or before January 13, written instrument purporting to corner Morgan Road & Hwy Used machines available - N Temple Ave. :
1976 otherwise a judgment may 16 Hchg Expert Repairs all makes. 12 acres, fenced, well pole & ACREAGE FOR SALE))
of
be the last will and testament 10 acres, Theresa $12,500 Starke
be entered against you lor the .- - --- Parts and Accessories for all septic tank $15000 terms
said decedent has been admittedto 964-6853
.
relief demanded in the complaint TF''
NEED Built central
in said court. TO MAKE SOME vacuums. in 10 $11,000
probate Lawtey acres
or petition You are hereby commanded LABELS? Buy a Bymo Label vacuum cleaning systems. 712 See us for Nobel Homes on your Hwy 301 S Starke TF '-' ----L

WITNESS my hand and the within six calendar months from maker from us at The Office N. Main Gainesville 376.7110. lot. Peetsville 11 acres $10000
seal of said Court on December IfFOR
the date of the first publicationof
15, 1975 - - - m LAW7Er Fl. a'i rrnrnTi vmnrmrrrm 'i miTrrmiri
this notice to appear in said Garage business with house on
782. 3806
Gilbert S. BrownAs court and show cause if any ShopLegal SALE: By owner 3 BR 28, r: ., US-301 FILL DIRT :
Clerk of said Court you can why the action of said : brick home, double carport, :. _
&
By: Beulah M. MoodyAs court in admitting said will to partially carpeted drapes. 3 700 foot highway 301 frontage,
should not stand blocks from school. Ph. 473
Deputy Clerk probate COUNTY FLORIDA. US 301 21 acres terms Top Soil
unre"oked. 2039 after 5 p.m. and week $35000
GILBERT. BROWN
12/184t 1/8 ends :
FmUir,
EJjw S. Sander CLERK TO THE BOARD tfchg-- - 3 BR 2 bath, CB dwg on extra We have all other type -
-------------- 12/24 2tchg 12/31
large lot
Circuit Judge cor in City w swim properties listed. Come in and
NOTICE UNDER .. FOR SALE pool, central heat &
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW For the Eighth Judicial ------------- Yamaha rrrmj air see US Call 468-1873
Circuit In and For PORTABLE Electronic conditioning
Notice Is Hereby Oven that NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
Organ Excellent condition REALTOR
Bradford County. Fla FRED SACKETT STEPHEN SMITHSTAR
the undersigned, desiring to REGISTER Amplifier not in. 176 Acres. Brooker area some .
the By: Ua R. Yawn, 205 N. Temple(US :X1J
engage in business under House Clerk FICTITIOUS NAME cluded. $1000. Ph. 9645875 planted pines 904'964 6522,468.1642 STAR ROUTE FLA.
fictitious name of Town
a/k/a 12/18 4tchg 18INVITATION t.!fpd _ __ _ -
Enterprises: Apartments Pursuant Section 86509 4
to BR Frame House, Fireplace, 3 t 1 1 t t 1 1 1 it tlti Bi tttDB lBtittHltl
THE -------------- '
THE a/k/a
Apartments, Florida Statutes notice is Central Heat &
NOW OPEN: Sonlight Mission, Ar. 12 acres, UNITED FARM AGENCY, INC
Apartments, at 922 Brownlee TO BID hereby given that the undersigned paved rd. Reg. Real Estate Broker
Variety Store at 341 N.
Street the of Starke
in City Horace & Marion
- -
206 S. Water St.
Florida 32091 intends to registerthe THE BOARD OF COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS Willtford. Rt. 2 Box 124B, of Temple ave. If you are in need 1 & 2 acres mobile home sites, National AdvertisingPaul Olin's Subdivision
sad with the Clerk of clothing etc' come see us.
name OF Starke, Bradford County N W of Starke Terms. Faulkner-Broker
the Circuit Court of Bradford We II try and help you. 12/25
Florida
32091 business
doing -
BRADFORD COUNTY WILL Irene Faulkner-Assoc.
2tp 11SONLIGHT
County. Florida, RECEIVE SEALED BIDS UNTIL under the firm name of 3 BR Frame house 1 bath 10 9645066 I 1i.'w I I'I
- - -
1
"H & M LOCK & KEY", At. 2 land
acres on paved road Several -
10.00 A.M. ON JANUARY
5. MISSION I = I
Christian
.
BATESJR
MORTIMER Box Bradford !
1248 Starke out buildings i
1976. TO BE OPENED IN THE book store at 321 N. Temple 320 acres, fenced, reasonably
BATES
JOHN W. County, Florida 32091, intends
GEORGE D. BATES JR. COUNTY COMMISSIONERSROOM Ave now open with limited priced, terms.
IN THE COURTHOUSEFOR to register said fictitious name stock. Many sets of 3 BR 2 Bath, CB dwelling in -
encyclopedias
BILLY YON PEACOCK
under the of aforesaid
LIABIUTY provisions 500'. with 2 room cottageon
INSURANCEON
city 105' x
MORTIMER. BATES, Jrd statute on special sale for .,.. I t 12 -"
ALL MOVING VEHICLES *clearance. Scofield Bible, \Little Lake Santa Fe.
LEEWOODB.WOOOELLRICHARD specials -
Dated this 11th day of George Roberts Jr.
S. BATES SPECIFICATIONS CAN BE December, A.D.: 1975 at also many many sermon BROKER -with- -3 bedroom.- 1 Acre Lots For Rent 25" Per Mo. .
LONNIEC. MCMILLAN PICKED UP IN THE CLERKS booklets distributed free REO REAL ESTATE 125' x 135' lot : Furnished
Sewage
OFFICE IN THE Starke. Florida. central H & A, $29,000.00.
COURTHOUSEIN bath
to *
w. NORMAN MCMILLAN .12/11 1/1 everyone 12/25 2tp 111 1 964-7826
12/18 STARKE BRADFORD 4tp -- -- Call Mark Olin 964-5606 Hwy 16 A Morgan Rd. it
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aaaaa aaaaa as -- Lkiivtey Water City Hall (from page J D
LA WTEy-------- Jacksonville spent Sunday ,
CHURCH ACTIVITIES __ ----"-------
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CHURCH OF GOD: Sunday with their parents, Mr. and
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser Mrs. Lester Walker and of Lawtey funds, for a total of and was moved many years be desirable from a historic

vices 11 a.m. and 7 pm. by Elizabeth Terry family. $240,000. ago to the city's property and standpoint to save the old
meeting Tuesday 7:30 Major and Mrs James Early opposition) to the given a coat of stucco over the building, Mrs. Shuford expressed -
Prayer'YPE Friday at 7:30: FAITH BAPTIST: Radio Mrs. Tom Whaley and family, Mrs. Thomas Casey and Dougherty and family, water system seems to have wooden siding. doubts that it wouldbe
p.m.EVERGREEN: BAPTIST p.m.: Program over WPXE Starke 8 Mrs. Daisy Boch and Lynn family of Starke, and Mickey Captain and Mrs. Russel died out, and City Clerk While agreeing that it might practical.The .
Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship a.m. Sunday. Bible School 10 and their mother, Mrs. Nellie Moore were Christmas dinner Lines, and Mrs. Irma Wilsonof Lucille Shuford said yester unused depot has been

Services 11 a m. and 6:30: a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. Wilkinson, were Christmas guests of their parents, Mr. Valdosta, Ga., Miss Doreen day that 175 meters have been New Construction... given to the city by the
Prayer Meeting Wed- and 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting dinner guests of her soninlawand and Mrs. Fred Moore. Wilson, of Nashville, Tenn., installed of the 190 that were railroad, but legal work to
p.m.nesday Wednesday 7:30: ( p.m. Bible daughter Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ray and Bill Wilson of originally authorized under (From page I 1)) complete transfer of the

p.m.Best Study. Robert Smith and family. Massey and daughters were University of Florida) the project. new construction. Fifteen property has not been com-
GRACE: UNITED During the afternoon Mr. and Christmas dinner guests of Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. Even the town's first were for single family pleted.
:METHODIST: Sunday School Mrs. Virgil Griffis and familyof their brother and sisterinlaw George Breslin and Elizabeth, utilities tax, which went into dwellings 26 for mobile
Luckin 9:45: a.m. Worship Services 11 Palatka came and visited Mr. and Mrs. Spurgeon !Mr. and Mrs. Hal Hamilton effect last October 1, elicitedno homes, one swimming pool Three councilmen, two of
a.m. and 7 p.m. United with them all. Massey and family.Mr. and Mrs. Mabel Boyette of complaints-: surprising and 30 others them new, will be sworn in at
1976 Methodist Fellowship 8 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Anders and Mrs. Lonnie Teston Jacksonville spent Christmas fact, considering the big issue September construction:: that time. They are Marvin
and Choir Practice at 7 p.m. were Wednesday overnightand were Christmas dinner guestsof week with Col. and Mrs. Wm Power & Light Co. 'The tax dropped to 42 permits Rosier and Buster Bennett
.r Wednesday. Christmas dinner guestsof their son-in-law and Wilson. was required by FHA as a amounting to seven single elected in December, and
HIGHLAND: BAPTIST: their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. !Mr. and !Mrs. W.S. Crews guarantee of repayment of its family dwellings, 20 mobile veteran councilman Robert
Sunday School 10( a.m. Wor- daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Mosley and family of and son of Jacksonville and homes, and 15 others. Scott, re-elected for another
ship Services 11 a.m. and 7 Johnny Jenkins and Robert, of Highland. !Mrs. Waldo Pringle of Wor loan.Mrs.. Shuford said that while 52 permits were issued term. Other re-elected of-
p.m. Prayer Meeting Wed- Milliard. Miss Elizabeth Terry thington Springs were the main lines are virtually during October amounting to ficers to be installed are Mrs.
nesday 7 pm.NOIITIISIDE. Mr. and Mrs. Lane Carter visited her sister Mrs J.P. Christmas dinner guests of complete, many homeownershave $427,150. including eight Shuford clerk, and 11.1.1.Jordan. \ .
: BAPTIST: and family of Miami were Wyrick of Tallahassee, her siter Mrs. Pierce Crews. not yet installed pipesto single family dwellings 20( marshall.!

Sunday School 10 a.m. Wor- Wednesday overnight guestsof Monday to Friday. On Joe Lock, of Hanover, Ind. carry the water from the mobile homes, two com-
ship Services 11 a.m. and 7 their mother, Mrs. Lois Christmas day they, with Mr. spent Christmas week with his street Into their homes. "They mercial stores, several
p m. Prayer Meeting 7 p.m. on Carter. Other guests were her and Mrs. Ralph Carter of parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul need to do this right away if private docks, and 22 others.
Wednesday. son and daughter-in-law Mr. Miami, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Lock and family.Mr. they want water when it is The stores include a Jiffy
and Mrs. Earl Denmark and Carter and family of and Mrs. Donald turned on," she said. Grocery Store at SR-16 and
PERSONALS: family of Jacksonville, who Tallahassee, were Christmas Wilkison and Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Road and Hart's Seed
Mrs. Maines Griffis and spent Thursday with her and dinner guests of Mrs. Daniel Wilkison spent CITY HALL ISSUE and Feed Store on SR-100 at
children of Palatka, Mr. and other) relatives. Wyrick's son-in-law and Christmas week with their With the water project the Bradford-Union Countyline

Mrs. Walter Martin was daughter, Mr. and Mrs. parents Mr. and Mrs. Daniel consumated, another questionmay in Bradford County. I
hostess fora family Christmas Charles Carter. T. Lewis, of Columbus, Ga. come up for discussion at November new construction
dinner for all the Martin Mr. and Mrs. Joe Harley Mr. and Mrs. G.L Peterson the council's first meeting of receipts dipped to 36 permits I

families and her sister, Mrs. and girls and Mr. and Mrs. of Dowling) Park, Mrs. Betty the new year on Monday, Jan. totalling $302,350, includingnine I I
Sidney Hansen.Mr. Randy Harley, were Wed- Tresca and Nancy of Keystone 5. for single family
.and Mrs. David Johnsonof nesday to Friday guests of Heights, Karen and !Manuel Mrs. Nelle Harley, who ran dwellings 10 for mobile
) Atlanta, Ga., and Mrs. Ruth their father, H.C. Harley and Martinez of Bisbee, Arizona unsuccessfully for a council homes, and 17 others.
Steinhouser of Jacksonvillewere aunt, Mrs. Mattie Miley of were Christmas dinner guests seat in the December election, In December, with figuresnot
i-= Friday afternoon guestsof Bushnell. We are glad to of Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Lee and says she would like to see the including the final three
Ring the ) Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Anders. report that !Mrs. H.C. Harley John. present City Hall saved rather business days of the calendar

Liberty Bell Elder A.E. Massey and is improving slowly.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Pearson than tearing it down when the year for the zoning depart-
Fred Johnson of Starke visitedMr. and !Mrs. Doc Mosleywere spent Wednesday to Friday city receives title to the ment, 49 permits have been Uiihbcsr
to welcome the and Mrs. Lewis Boyer and Monday to Friday guestsof with their uncle and aunt !Mr.\ Seaboard-Coastline depot for issued amounting to -108,382.
Bicentennial Year family of Inverness and other their son-in-law and and Mrs.\ Blythe Nabors at conversion into a city hall.
May Peace and Freedom friends on Tuesday. daughter Mr. and Mrs Simpsonville S.C. "I would like to save uishesfor-% ()

Sing through the Land! Mrs. C.R. Crews returned Johnny Wyke and family and Mr. and Mrs. John C. Tye. something historical in this Rettirded Rights..
home Friday after a visit with new great-grandson of Jr. and family of South town," Mrs. Harley said. "If
Carlwood her son and daughter-in-law Laurinburg, N.C. Daytona, and Mr. and Mrs. thecity hall goes, we will have (From page I 1)) the
Mr. and Mrs. II.C. Crews and We are happy to report that Tommy Talley and son of nothing in the way of public I 1. 1975, the Florida
family of Clearwater and her Mrs. O.J. Phillips was able to Jacksonville were overnite buildings to remind us of our Legislature reiterated this in
Interiors son-in-law and daughter, Mr. leave the hospital Saturday Christmas Eve guests of) their past except the Methodist saying that the mentally Neweai
384 N. and Mrs. Bill Woodard and morning. She Mill be with her parents Mr and Mrs. John Church" She admits the retarded shall have all the
Temple family of Largo. While there son-in-law) and daughter, Mr. Tje. Sr. On Christmas day all building Is in bad shape, but rights enjoyed 1 by citizens of ..
964-5242 she attended a Candle Light and Mrs. Bill Gaskins and were Christmas dinner guestsof thinks it might be restored the State of Florida and the --
Carl L. Johns, Wedding of her grandson family for awhile. Mr. and Mrs. Tye Sr's with the assistance of United States. j1
Robert L Kitchens, PEACE Richard Crews and Miss Mr. and !Mrs.\ Gene Taylor brother-in-law and sister Mr. volunteer labor from the The legislative intent of the TI
Thomas M Patrick Shawn Murphy at Clearwater and family, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. F.L. Roberts of Lawtey Correctional Institute."If bill of rights was to insure thata
Christmas night. Marcus Griffis and girls, and Jacksonville. the depot is used it will system of care be designedto
Elder A.E. Massey spent Mrs. Darlene Norman and :Mr. and Mrs. Harold Taylorof cost several thousand dollarsto meet the needs of clients,
IN MB] Christmas day with Mrs sons, were Christmas dinner Hanover Ind. spent move to the city hall site abate (stop) ) the use of large -

Lettie Davis and family of guests of their parents, !Mr. Christmas day with their and convert I it t into city offices institutions detrimental to the
Greenville. and Mrs. Harry Wilkerson.Mr. nephew and niece Mr. and and we still wouldn't have training and education of
fortune James Hall Sr. of Ormond and !Mrs\ Ernest Wells Mrs. Paul Lock and family. anything," she said. retarded persons, Sanders
May good Beach stopped by to see his and sons of Huntsville, Ala., Mrs Martha Strickland, The present city hall was said.The
reign throughoutthe son and daughter-in-law, Rev. were guests of their mother, Dell Strickland, and Miss the original Lawtey school, retarded in institutions
and Mrs. Jim Hall Jr. and Mrs. !Mae Wells Monday until Elaine Hester, of Hazelhursl have the right to send, receive r rv
New Year. family on Sunday.Mr. Friday. Cia. spent the weekend with BROOKER and mail letters uncensored
o' and Mrs. Truman Mrs. Joyce Futch of Starkewas :Mr. and Mrs. Gene Pearson. except when it might contain
e J.E.Hardy Norman were Christmas a Tuesday overnite guestof Sincere sympathy of the contents harmful to other l
dinner guests of their son and her cousins Mr. and Mrs. community is extended to the IN BRIEFBy clients telephone rights and

daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Moore of) Live Oak. Waters Family due to the rights to visitation.
Reggie Norman of Gulf Wednesday she was a dinner death of their father Willie Jeannette Prescott Those in institutions are
Hammock. guest of her sister, Mrs. C.E. Waters of Aster Park on also afforded the fight to be rVBonnie's
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Strickland of Gainesville. On Christmas day. free from physical restraint
Auto Thomas and Jay of Live Oak, Thursday she with her son and Mr. and Mrs. Barry Walts SCIIOOl.S: and treatment causing erratic
Mr. and Mrs. S D. Andrews daughter-in-law.! and Mrs. were Wednesday through January 5 is a planning day behavior rights to dignity
and family of Wildwood, Mr. for teachers. School will privacy and humane care as i
Benton Futch and Eve and Friday guests of their mother, ,
Sales and Mrs. R.C. Moore and resume for students on well as possession and use of
e !Mr. and Mrs. Steve Futch Mrs. Bessie Watts, and ,
.
sons. of Lake City, Mr. and were Christmas dinner guestsof brother-in-law and sister Mr. Tuesday, Jan. 6. their own clothing and personal

Mr. and Mrs.\ Warren Kelly. and Mrs. G.C Stanley of effects, Sanders said. ,
-
Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Crescent City. Barry Lee went NESS: ARRIVAL All patients are given the r
Hair StylesBonnie
Mr. and Mrs. George Pierce
Prescott and family of down Tuesday and came backon right to have a central, confidential -
e announce the birth of a .
) We Buy Sell & Trade Kingsley Lake and Mr. and Friday. daughter Micah Jace in record.Thert' i
that
are rights go Landry
!Mrs. Frederick Prescott Mr. and Mrs Andy Harveyand
I.
Alachua General Hospital in
beyond this legislation, as all
0 were Christmas dinner guestsof son of Perry were
GUNS JEWELRY SILVER Gainesville on Dec. 17. Micah\ Loretta Ross
rights of retarded citizens are
their parents, !Mr. and Mrs. Christmas overnight guests of i
Jace weighed seven pounds not set down in written form
Leonard Norman and brother their Mr. and Mrs.
We hope ALSO parents two ounces. Paternal grand- Hwy 301 S. Starke \
your but expansion of the law Mill
and sister-in-law! and Charles Starling!! and family.Mr. .
SALES & SERVICEON !Mrs. Carl Ncrman and sons. and Mrs. Dick Thomas parents are Mr. and Mrs. result from the many lawsuits 964.8200 I
New Year will Other of the Normansfor were Saturday Stanley Pierce and great- built around the new bill of
guestsof
guests evening
Mrs. C.C. Marshof !
SEWING MACHINES dinner were !Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and :Mrs. Carl Prevail. grandmother rights Sanders said.

grow up to bea Herbert Crews of Jacksonvilleand Other guests on Saturdaywere parents Waldo.are Mr.Maternal and !Mrs.grand-Lee Extra Clean Cars **
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UNITED WHOLESALEKeystone *
!Mr. and !Mrs. Richard their grandson and wife, *,
Green of Brooker and
huge success! Austin. Mr. and Mrs. Alan Gertshawand Roy I
473.3300 1 great-grandmother Mrs.
Hgts. 21',1.S' !Mr. and Mrs John) Browardand daughter of Vero Beach. AUTO
UNITED FARM family of Jacksonvilleand Sunday guests for dinner w reMiss The Edna Pierces McGauley have of one Palatka.other -g .;;1 LXUU o

Mr. and :Mrs. John Pet y Aline Brown, and Mrs. B
daughter Audrey.
and family of Arcadia spent Gladys Harvey and !Mrs SALES
AGENCYPAUL from Monday until Wed Gladys Crumley of Orlando,
ARI.EYI.VKK, 75:
DeWitt G.JonesFuneral nesday with their mother Mrs. L.D. Dorman and !Mrs. a: 473-4470 t 473-4018 m
FAULKNER Broker !Mr. Arley Luke, 75, died at
Mrs. Loca Raulerson. Leila Peavy of Ocoee.Mr. .
his home at 2:30( Dec.
a m. on
:
IRENE FAULKNER. I.E. McDuffie and Miss and Mrs. Glen Ray 24. 14 VW Kombi 14 Mazda a
Home Sharon Williams of :Mac- Alford and family of !Ma)'porl Survivors include the wife,
AssocIate clenny Mr. and Mrs Harold were weekend guests of Mr. Mrs. Charity Luke of Bus Red & Ready RX3 Rotary
Jones and family, Mr. and and Mrs. Barry Watts and :: 13000 Miles like New "11II
Brooker two step sons:
206 S. Water St. 964.5065 Mrs. Earl Wilkerson and Barry Lee. Their daughter, ;
STARKE PHONE 9646200RENTAL Grady Hart of Brooker and :
Glen !Mrs. Linda Crawfordand Miss Jessica, will spend the H.T. Hart of Bellingham $3495 $2500iL
Jennifer of Jacksonville, week with them. .
HOSPHwL BEDS. WALKSHS WHEELCHAIRS and David Wilkerson Wash. ; a step daughter,
ft CRUTCHES Christmas dinner guests were of !Mr. and Mrs. Giles !Mitchelland Jeannie Quinsey of It 14 Landau 13 Gran Prix
Tallahassee five sisters
:
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE! 473.3176I Leon their Wilkerson.Mrs.parents, Mr.. and Mrs. 1lrs.Iargaret Henry! of Lake White Butler.and Mrs. Arthie Douglas; of Lake a Monte Carlo Silver & Burgandy :.7: .
L Sharp Real Clean
I Onie daughter, andIrs.! Betlie Butler,!Mrs. Ardelia Jerdon of
sister
Thornton Jean Maggy of Belfast Va., Bronson, Mrs. Polly Clark of
fIrs.! Pierce
() Crews $3550 $3350.a:
returned from the hospitaland and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Brooker, Mrs. Maude I Ilea ton
Cove of Alapaha. Ga., Mrs Laura -
Gustafson of Green
is with her
daughter, Mrs.
Heaton of Atlanta and seven
*
Springs were Christmas
W.F. Atwood.
Mr. and !Mrs. Lester Walker dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. grandchildren. 14 Vega 14 Maverick
dt.t INx Bill Dobbs and family.Mr. Funeral services were held m
Hatch Back
and sons were guests of Mr. -tc
6 Gas Saver
earl16.. Saturday. Dec. 27, atgraveside Cyl.
and !Mrs. John Steele and xX2250
sons in Alapaha Ga. -tc Auto & Air Cond
of !Monroe, Tenn. and Mrs. Don Roberts
C(2
( .cQ with Rev. Terry Cranford
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph and family of LakeCily, Cadet pastor of the Brooker Baptist $2395 pl i
Starling and David and :Mr. 2nd class Kenneth B. Cowan of Church, officiating.
and Mrs. Robert Hosier and New London Conn., Mr. and

Glenda were Christmas Mrs J.C. Beach. Mr. and Mrs. BIRTHDAYS 12 12 Datson e ,
Toyota
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 8 di kVAJ dinner guests of their parents. C.A. North and family Mr. Emma Pringle. Dec. 6; l

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Mr. and !Mrs.\ Dick Starling and Mrs. C.K. Cowan Mr. and Doyle Truett Dec.: 17; Wanda C Landau Top Station Wagon. f''
'
!\EWSAD ,.< and Nora on Thursday.Mr. Mrs. John H. Cowan, and Hodge, Dec 18; Kay Watson a Auto, Air Condo Like New Auto, Air Cond ru
(k" ?, !\ and Mrs. Ernest Wells family of Jacksonville and :
{ ; <
Dec. Eddie 4,
m Ji1 :'Y 26; Castlen age
'; ; < and sons of Huntsville. Ala., Mrs. Ray of Palatka, were Dec. 20. $1995 $1995
Looking for a FUN: place Good fortune Mrs. Martha Dorko, :Mrs. Christmas dinner guests of
for Sew Year's Eve Try to you and yours Martie Green and Donna of Mr. and !Mrs. J.F. Robertsonand

Watch First Baptist night Service Church at I Ihe throughout the brand new year.Morgan's Terrell Macclenny.and Mrs.Kenn Jackie of Mrs. Edith: Swinney.Mrs. Paul PKRSONAI.SThe :D. Prescott family 72 Maverick 11 Ford Torino MX

had a very Merry Christmas 2 Dr. HT One Owner
Beauty Shop Gainesville were Christmas Lucille Ivy and Mr. this year with all their Powder blue, 2 Door *
(.rahamfllm
Billy dinner guests of their mother and Mrs. D It. Brown and I children home for the first : 6 Cyl Auto
LETA
"Touch of Brass" MORGAN
and Mrs :
grandmother. Mae
Cynthia were Christmas i time in six years. Also joining
----. 1209 N. Temple 964.7004 Wells. dinner guests of her brother the family for Christmas $1675 $1200tc *
:Musical Groups !Mr.\ and Mrs. Waldo
and sisterin.lawIr.! and I dinner was Claude Prescott of
----- Pringle of Worthington Mrs. J.B. Taylor Jr. and I Brooker, !Mrs Genell
Inspiring :MessagesJoin vf Springs spent Sunday with Carolyn of Jacksonville. Reynolds of Jacksonville, 71 Ply Cricket 11 Pont Yentura =
-- --- their sister Mrs. Pierce
r / Mrs. Inus Bazar of D' 4 Door Sedan nI
Crews.
Sincere sympathy of the Jacksonville andIrs.! 6 Cyl Auto
us December: :II, 9:30: !Mr. and Mrs. Westbury and community is extended to the Jeanette Stokes of Lake : tow Milage .

p.m. 12 p.m. lr family and Mr. and !Mrs. family of M.J.\ Thomas due to> Butler Twenty-one were
Osgood and family, !Miss Lori
and Douglas Walker of his death on Sunday. present. 'M $950 $995

"The Church with a Heart, --
.oLDict :::::
In the Heart of Stjrke"
.5 sSRVE SRVE S 4

Ben P. Bryant :: p II. 1973 OLDS COUPE 1974 DODGE SWINGER
PastorA / .nini :=:
i 3:.= 1973 OLDS 4 DR. Loaded 1974 DODGE DART .
BUILDING CONTRACTOR
Mm.of th. Word C
stale 1973 CHEV IMPALA 4 Dr. 1974 GOLD DUSTER
C.ti/i.J ya.

William GeorgeMin. / I \ CUSTOM. a.v
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of Music
ringing out our warmest thanks! BUILT 496.2185 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS

Travis R. Kimbrll COMMERCIAL
Min of Education Continental Telephone HOMES
CONSTRUCTION o 473-4470 & 473-4078

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