Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 29, 1976
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:04037
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IJ;! Registration Total Reaches Near Record BUDGET CUTS GET NO ACTION

I ., Sixty-seven new Supervisor Neva Flynn says Presidential Primary Indicates
Jj registrations were handled by that most of the registrationsnow that the total numberof
*'. the office of Supervisor of being made are by new qualified voters will soar to

I s Elections on Saturday. Jan. residents of the county, and a record new high before the
. 'It 24. the deadline for qualifying! have brought the total up regular primary elections In City Seeking Extra PowerAt
,J for the Presidential again after it had dropped to September, when county and
;1 Preference Primary on 5.940 after a purge of 409 state candidates are competing
March 9. More than 200 names from the list last for office.
.;;;; registrations were handled by November. Even with the
the office during the weekending purge the present 6.220 totalis Although it is now too late to

If.,f. Saturday. higher than the 6.(1116( total on qualify for the Presidential
;i Total registration in Jan 1 1. 1975. Primary, registrations are
;:Ji Bradford County now standsat still being taken but will beheld Lower Cost From FP& L
at 6.220. of which 5.8KB are The supervisor believes that in a separate file and not
F.Democrats, 278 Republicans this much interest shown in added to the voter list until
|3 anf 76 classified as "other" registering before the after March 9.

r ;Ni Although the Starke City Commission took no action on budget
cuts or fuel adjustments at its regular meeting Jan. 20, discussion
/1,\ of fuel to operate the city utility plant received attention at

the four-hour sitting.MayorCommissioner.
Charles Schaefer announced that the Rezoning RejectedOn

I Ir II city is presently negotiating with Florida Power and Light
I I FPL) to purchase wholesale electricity to supplement power

generated'! by the plant.
t A C..ostof purchasing'! the power would cost the city 2.17 cents per LaNier Tract
r kilowatt (KW) as opposed to the 2.5 cents it now costs the city to
I Iq !generate( its own electricity according to city engineer'! Merrill
I,) a.t \Dees. Maintainance of the plant is not included in this cost. Say

ings by tapping the FPL supply would be augmented by savingson Near Lake GenevaWith
plant operation. Dees said.
If the 3,000-5,000 kilo-volt. !generate( its full capacity of five "no" votes and soundproof rooms he said.In .
.I '4 amp tie-in is granted the FPL 10700. one abstention the Bradford protesting the rcclassifi-
,tI tt t-\\ d "'. power could be surging in by Peak summer usage of electricity County Zoning Board Tuesday cation. I'mory: said the two-

/'1.4 j r May. to assist in coping with Is now about 8,000 KW night rejected Mrs. Loyree acre site located at the intersection -
higher summer power usage. Dees said. At present usage is LaNier's petition to rezone of llwy. 21 and the
only about 3.400 KW. How- two acres of a 159-acre tracton Speedville Road was directly
Total capacity at the
ever, the plant's capacity SR-21 south of Keystone across from the lake Geneva
I city plant at present is only could be greatly reduced if the
.t wt 7,700 KW although generators largest unit, the 3.300 KW Heights from exclusive agri property he was developinginto (
culture to business I automotive residential selling for
' within the plan should be able Worthington unit should fail.
*, 56J1Nto) $10.000 and that
to produce 10.700 KW. "The of
Generating capacity' is now possibility losing The request was opposed bya zoning for business in the area
another is with all
engine us
large delegation of property would downgrade other
limited because two 1,000 KW
the time. If this should happen -
in the backed
owners area, bya property.
down for

generators are
a portion of the circuit
petition with 60 signatures Mrs. Winifred Crawford a
\ repairs. Dees said and
would have to be pulled until
because the switchgear for the presented by W.C. Emory realtor with office on 21, said
3,300( KW Worthington unit the generator" could be repaired developer of Lake Geneva that purchasers of homes in
Dees said.
Estates.; the vicinity had been led lo
limits the plant
capacity by In other words a portion of
believe that the would
u'lr''Sra 1.000 KW.Repair. At the board's December area .
L. the city would be blacked out
_, CrWr .au: n of the broken gener- meeting Mrs. LaNier had remain residential and
--- _____ until necessary repairs were feared the business
' proposed
/ ator parts could take several made if the FPL source were explained the purpose in asking would noise
create traffic
t months, as parts will have to not available. /( rezoning was to permit her
I be cast and made to order. Cost of power from FPL will brother. Jim Phillips to build congestion features.and other undesirable

I Cost estimates for the repairs depend on demand and usage. and operate a branch of Hot
I have ranged from $10,000 to The city is now under contractfor Hugs. Inc.. a Merritt Island Jack Fagan another area
resident bcluilf(
/ $110,000 Dees said so no firm the additional power on firm dealing in the design and protested on
. .' figure is yet available.The emergency basis and at one testing of engines and transmissions of nearbyFaith Presbyterian
I Church, that
saying/ spot zoning
I I BC Dedicated FPL tie-in has been requested time when this power was for MercedesBenzand in the area would IH intolerable.
Library; Sunday because a new tapped for only a few hours several other foreigncars. .
the cost per KW shot up to The firm also Imports
_switchgear approved by the In to
answer Art
\ JI'OIlI.ol| ;ilx>iitw: library friends and patrons )gathered( on council for the plant cannot be almost 17 cents. The..higher export,and distributes.-parts Keifer, chairntail an oftne inquiry board.1..... r
H the front lawn of HIP new building Sunday afternoon toiledicnle installed until next winter rate was prompted by a $2.000 and accessories for these cars said that the ItA classificulhsi'includedlnxl -0'
i the building and share In an open house; reception.lues Schaefer said. The new charge for tapping into the on a wholesale and retail uhoul everything' I :
(; .1! for the event state library projectsriNinlinalor level.
.1: speakers were power
switchgear! would enable the in the business lim, inrliidiiintaverns.
Lorraine. Schaefer anil state librarian Cecil P.
: Hates down
go( as usage
3.300) KW Worthington( generator said the initial .
bleach who pniiseil. the efforts required to make the library increases, so when the city Phillips
1 to produce its full capacity building would contain S.IHMI' Fagan asked if the I'hillip'xbusiness ,
1I I hllililill"I'I.IiI/( ) of :3.300( KW. If the two taps into the FPL power on a square feet and from 10 to t 15: was sold or failed if

" 1 CoiinU. Commissioner. ll.i/el I'uulk, in honor of her late '1.000) KW superior units are day-to-day basis costs should persons would be employed.All Ihl'rellJuJd Ix an}thln); lo,
.j, liushanii. I II.a s I' I'aulk who.also drew recognition. of his efforts! repaired the plant could then ISt.c '"nlt.- :S) Ipslintt would be done in prevent a tavern from being

,!r III m-lllnu (library for Bradford: County, assisted librarian See I"., ;.. :6)The
1 M.I.II'lhaIi..." in. ribbon cutting ceremonies.Mrs. .
>,I II I l Sehaefer. :Mrs.\ :Minx and :\Ir... I'aulk later discussed; it
the ceremonleft, ( ) during a three-hour open house; where
ulttult teeterTHURSDAY
fj fjI refreshments, were served by members of the Starke Junior J (
\\oinan's. ( Illh.

I, The lirw lilirnry hinisi's. 15.277: \oliiines. :aid cost $".;,771.
The Murke Linn's Club .donated an additional '".111111 for fur.iiisltinus .
in the iii'\\ location l.umlsciipiim\ done lit :Mr.
M.It. Jordan of tin horticulture. department' at I'nion Correclional -
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ii i i Higher Salary, 6 % Hour Day Chamber Commerce J, JAN. 29

" Is Asked By Union Teachers 7 Dinner:IS Country Meeting Club


I Ii LAKK; BUTLER If the Balls for a six and\ a half hour approved will allow teachersan budgetary or tax programsare 7:10p.m.
, contract presented Jan. l.;> by work d.iy.. including a duty- additional six days paid implemented. Edwards Rd. Armory
the Union' 'ounty Teachers tree 4.:> minute lunch period vacation leave dropping the "Thai's overstepping the w SI.SO members
Organization'! lo the Union and planning period.d! \1-day! work yearto 1K! ) days. bounds of the bargaining 52.50 non-members

County School !Hoard is <1ppro'l'd. (ht londl compensation is also One point of contention in table." Cason said, noting that .: t dl Tickets available.
the board will IH requested lor teachers having the contract according the county commission sets I at doorFRIDAY.
; paying an additional $:U.VIMM: > class lixids exceeding 22-28 in Union County School tax rates and millage -----
board. To City engineer Merrill Dees points to a crack In the shaft of one of Ihetwo I.WMKW generator
in salaries, according to board elementary school or 2-I-2H in Superintendent James Cason. schedules not the
bargaining spokesman middle and high! school is that the UCTO must be approve this portion of the cost now In the need city of more repair.than The I.I.IMNI crack each.In each of the generators will lake months to repair and could JAN. 30

Howard McNeil) TIll'III'pa! > l' contract, if consulted before fiscal contract would bind the
The contract: in calling for county to the teacher union SOCK HOPSponsored
increased salaries suggests Cason said. by the

annual pay ranges of 59.815)! ) fora 3 UCI Inmates ConvictedOf Six employees of the board -I ...--r Little Women's Club
teacher with no experience led by bargaining team t' '" ill MF 9:30.: midnight
to SI8.3IK: for a teacher ill) ID chairman Marc DuBois willme..t l Club House
\ Mr. C,disc jockey
J years experience, a master'sdegree with administrative
, and ::10 l() additional Kidnapping Robbery assistant McNeill to discuss _. Admission $1.25
semester hours education contract terms.Record. .. -

I The school board met in lesser charge of unauthoriseduse
closed session Monday night of a vehicle. Profit
, day trial of three Union Correctional
, lo discuss 'the proposed ( Institution! inmates Each: was originally
Ii l'ontract.tcNpllI! will again who escaped last July 18 charged with ii: counts in the Recorded At x! sai
i t:30 a.m courthouse
t. meet with the UC.TO: ended Friday! night, Jan. 2.1. original indictment by thestate .
)i bargaining Feb. 5 at 7 office but
group with two of the inmates found attorney's LAWTEY COUNCIL
p m. to either reject or acceptthe ,guilty of six felony charges. prior to the trial the state Florida BankProfits 1 7:30 p.m
contract on behalf of the dropped escape charges
r board. After four hours of deliberation against each: of the trio. of the Florida Bank City HallTUESDAY
. Besides the increased pay a five-man one-woman at Starke were the fourth best -----

schedule the contract also jury found Bruce Wallace andKenneth Wallace requested a number in its :)8-year) history, despitethe
of two of inmates to be subpoenaed so-called recession, president FEB.
i Woman Killed counts of aggravate assault to be witnesses in his S.L. Peek Jr.. told stockholders .r
, and two counts of kidnapping behalf. Seven inmates were at an annual meetingJan. ,
ns well as robbery and assault brought to the courthouse hereon 15.Total. ,
t By Flying Stump with intent to commit robbery Friday. Jan. 24 to possibly deposits increased 7:30 p.m.

, Both! inmates represented appear as witnesses. $1.1)22.1)00.( )( ) bringing the yearend City HallTHURSDAY.
A Bradford UC Caton Fined On 3
County woman Superintendent Traffic Charges -----
John ,A.II Murphreeruled total
themselves. Both Judge Loan all time high of$11,491,3x4
r died Friday afl..rOlion. Jan.
j admitted during the trial their that they would have nomaterial ) Peek said. GRKKN: COVE,: SPRINGS charges transferred from
21.: while pulling'! stumps on the charge. At the time of arrest. FEB. 5
participation in a kidnapping testimony) on Following denial of a motion Keystone Heights where
her family's about SG. Denmark
property and high speed chase during case after a brief hearing in to dismiss Cason refused to take a
charges on traffic Cason received the citationsOct.
seven. miles from Lake Butler llernwall. S L.Peek. Jr.. breathalizer test to CHAMBER OF
Y Martha Cannon Douglas 25. the escape attempt which his chambers. J K. andGeorge C citations against( Union 13: to county court. the measure COMMERCEBOARD
eras driving pickup truck I'ndl'd'Ith a crash on Interstate Grant then took the stand \Vhitner were re-elected for County Superintendent of Another charge of driving body.content of alcohol in his OF

pulling up stumps with a rope, ID. and recounted the events 197Kat t the meeting. Peek was Schools James Cason. Clay while intoxicated was dis DIRECTORS12lSp.m.
uhen a stump pulled up and The other inmates in the involved in the escape from elected to serve as chairmanof County Judge Thomas J. missed by assistant state Cason was charged $117 .
shot through the rear windowof case. Jerry Houston was UCI. freely admitting his own the board and president and three Rivers fined Cason $261 for attorney John Kopelousos. each for charges of reckless Garden Restaurant
the t truck, striking her in the represented by Assistant Public participation and implicatingthe Tomlinson was again elected the charges. driving and eluding a police Cwruir Wuhe
back of the head. The Defender Gary Dunham of other two defendants. vice-president! at I the directors Cason's attorney Selig Kopelousos explained that officer and $27 for no valid
tJ.. Douglases lived in Bradford Gainesville. Houston was con Grant said that he pulled a meeting'! later. Ruth Johns will Gold,in filed a motion to dismiss after hearing testimony from drivers license. Q Qlommuniti)

.' County on Morgan Road. victed! on fewer charges. The knife on construction worker serve as cashier for the coming charges on grounds that arresting Keystone policeman An additional charge'! of 'tate *Sunk
t The accident occurred on jury found Houston guilty of James Evans then took control year and Marvin Brown. he was denied a speedy trial. John Howard and Bill Cross resisting arrest without violence
the private property of Kdgar: one count of kidnapping. one of Kvans' truck and droveit Helen: B. Crosby and Helen E. Following denial of the that he didn't think the evi- had been! previously' *....Ntt Hmrn ImvrTOM.MMky ..u/

". W. Douglas near SR-231A: in count of aggravated! assault, through the southwest con Glasgow were! "ri* Heeled. motion. Cason entered a plea dence was strong enough to dropped and the charge rr W.r.l Dvimw lmu Union County one count of robbery and the See Page !9) assistant cashiers. of "no contest" to the three warrant a conviction on this See Page 5)

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I'JRCZ: TELFGItAPIk : i I January 21.! 1976

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Wedding Pat Nancy Henry Hull Date Set, g212jak PIYite Jf WJ !

!Miss Nancy Hull and Pat I /I/ooly/ Socltly trclilory 964- 7608 .... .
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Henry will be united in .-- .. -,--_..T J -"
marriage Friday, April 23, at
7-30; p.m. in the First United I BCH VowsMiss --I
Methodist Church Starke Y Jenny Tomlinson, Auxiliary Elizabeth PhillipsFrank

.L with a reception in the church Honored
Pearson At
Fellowship (Hall. Danny Elizabeth Sue Phillips,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
All friends and relatives are Engagement Told Dinner Jan. 26 Ernest Phillips of Starke and I

invited to attend.Geneva ,"", Frank M. Cruce Jr., son of
The Teenage Volunteers
to" Mrs. Gertrude Cruce of Law-
assisted by their ,
.f- united in
tey were marriage
Mrs Linda Kay Johns and
pn 16 at 7:30 in the
a y'Z. Mrs. Jimmy Lawson prepared January Pine Level Baptist: p.m.Church
and served a delicious
Terri Woods
with Rev. Roman Alvarez
chicken dinner to the members the
performing nuptials.
of the Hospital
Marcy Sullivan Auxiliary Centering the altar was a
Pam Chapman Monday night at the Auxiliary
v golden arch flanked by two
Engagement Told general meeting.The baskets of white pink, yellow r
Miss Teen dinner meeting was .
-Ager and blue gladioli and pompoms
!Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. held in the Methodist Fellow against a background of / 7 rr
Entrant Feb 27-29 Woods announce the ship Hall where the 18 members two three-branch candelabrawith
engagement of their daughter, attending were seated at burning tapers.
Miss Pam Chapman age 16, Terri Dawn, to Marcy C. a U-shaped table centered Charlotte Whitehead pre-
daughter of Mr and Mrs. A.1v. .i Sullivan, son of Mr. and Mrs. with an arrangement of red sented a program of nuptial
Chapman of Raiford. has James A. Sullivan, all of and white roses and mixed music. 6 n.
been selected to bea finalist in Starke. 1 flowers. Jimmy L. Duncan attendedas
the 1976 Miss Florida TeenAger Miss Woods and Mr. 1 'a During the short business best man.Darlene .
pageant to be held at Sullivan are both BHS meeting presided over by Cory served as
Winter Park High School graduates and both are em- Mrs. Mac Baldwin Teresa matron of honor. She wore a
Theatre. Winter Park. ployed at the Pizza Hut. Spivey, president of the Vol-. long Navy blue velvet gown
February: 27. 28 and :29 Wedding plans will be an- / unteers, introduced the 14 vol with light blue top. She carried
The Florida Teen-Ager nounced at a later date. unteers attending. three white, blue-tipped
Pageant is the official state Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Tomlinson Members were remindedthat carnations with blue
finals to the Miss National announce the engagementand the Auxiliary will again streamers.The .
Teen-Ager Pageant to be held Hodges, approaching marriage of have a hamburger booth at bride, given in _
in Atlanta August 1976. Patti ScottWedding UDCToHaveFla. their daughter Jenny Lynn, to the County Fair starting April marriage by her parents _

lllounl ol Hartow 1'.I75 Miss Jimmy Folk Lore Pv2 Danny Pearson of Fort 1st.New members welcomedinto wore a high waisted chantilly
Florida TeenAger will crown Feb. 21 Hood Texas son of Mr. and lace gown with set pearls
the new queen Mrs. Bobby L. Pearson of Rai- the Auxiliary were Mrs. round neck line and finger tip
ProgramMiss Pam Fischer, Mrs. Darlene
Miss Chapman is being ford. sleeves. Her waist length veilwas
The wedding of Geneva McRae and Mrs. Ada Red.
sponsored by Starke Rotary The is
wedding planned for secured to a lace cap. She
Club Bradford County Lynnette Hodges daughter of Thelma A. Boltin Saturday, June 12, at 10 a.m. dish. carried a nosegay of blue
Chamber\ Commerce and( Mrs Geneva Hodges and the consultant for
program in the First Baptist Church, pink yellow and white pompoms -
Register's Gulf Oil late Elic Hodges of Steven Foster Memorial will Starke. Little carnations and baby's Y
I Jacksonville and Jimmy speak on Florida Lore in song Miss Tomlinson will be a WomenTo breath with white streamers.
Lamar Scott son of Mr. and and story at the W. T. Weeks 1976 graduate of BHS and is
Little WomenTo Mrs. William Lamar Scott of Have Sock
chapter, UDC, luncheon and employed at Dr. J.E. Denmark's -
Starke will be and event of Wednesday DUPLICATE BRIDGE
Meet Feb. 2 February 21 at 8 p.m. at the February meeting 4, at noon at St. Mr. Pearson office. is a 1975 gra- Hop Fri. NightThe CLUB RESULTS
Mr.and .
I (Full Community Mrs. Charlie Riddle
Gospel Mark's Parish Hall on N. duate of Lake Butler t.1
The Little Women's Club Center 241 South McDuff Church street. Little Women's Club were the winning couple al the
will meet Monday night. Feb. Ave.. Jacksonville.All Mrs. J. W. Kincaid. in the He US is Army presently stationedat serving will have a Sock Hop Friday ACBL (Duplicate Bridge)

2.at6pm( al the club house to historian, will introduce the Fort Hood, Texas.BIRTHS. night from 9:30: to midnight at annual tournament Tuesday
cook u spaghetti I supper for friends and relatives are speaker. Mrs. Lucile Lester of the Woman's Club. night played at the Pratt
the members invited to attend. Jacksonville past state Admission $1.25. Street Recreational Center. ;\1//'. mill Mrs. Frank Crnrp
will be Music will be furnished by Dr. and Mrs. Jim Minesin-
president a guest.
Hostesses will be Mrs. R. A. Mr. C., disc jockey. !ger'( were second; Mrs R.A. Square) Dunce Class Still Open
Mrs. Curtis Sanders Green and Mrs. J.D. Odom
ACTlOlsL: Green. third Jack Western leSquare Dance couples were at laot'l'k's
and Mrs. L. F. Dinkins. Mr. and Mrs. Bud of were ; Burnette and ; present
\ Spears Mr and Mrs. J.D. Yeager Tom Rowan were fourth. Lessons will get into full Sin!'( \\( !session! !
birth of
Starke the
announce a
attended a Masonic meeting The club meets every Tues with registration Thursday.
CARPET CLEANERSDon't January son James 15 Hampton in St.Luke's, born in Clermont Saturday and day night at 7:30: and bridge Jan. 29, at 8 p m. Mr and Mrs. A. Russell
Louise Moore has returnedto Hospital Grandparents are Sunday and also visited Mr. players are invited to join. Participants must registerfor :\;ormm11'1'1' in ;Nashville';.
Take A Chance.Let her home at Kingsley Lake Mr. and Mrs. Thorntonof and Mrs. Loran Shealey in In. a minimum of 10 wks at T -nn. last \I'l'I'kI Mrs
Professionals Steam Clean Your Carpets And Upholstery after being confined in a Starke and Major and Mrs.B. verness Sunday night and 53 (on per week for a total of :';ormi attended a Library
hospital in Jacksonville. H. Spears of Tallahassee. Monday. Dr. T.G. Rilch of Jacksonville :10.00.: ) () This fee covers each Seminar and Ixith attended
UNBELIEVABLE! --- visited his mother Mrs. couple Couples only may the Grand; Die Opry
Carrie Ritch on Monday. participate Seventeen
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January 29!).ID7 lf.iKGRAPHJunior : Page:I Ifd

Emily Williams 1 BPW Club Hosts

p.rJonat .
Jules ReeseEngagement nr District IIIMeeting

S.A.Dennis Frick was home L !
Jan. 17
ToldMr. for the weekend visiting his 4ifi (
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Frick, Dennis is presently The Starke Business and I
and Mrs. Frank L. stationed at Mobile, Ala., Professional Women's Club q
Williams of engagement' where he is in the CoastGuard was hostess to the district III
nounce the { meeting held January 17 at .
their daughter, Emily Gay to the Starke BPOE Club. _
Jules D. Reese, son of Mr. and n Mr. and Mrs. Herb The meeting included BPW Iw-
Mrs. Julius H. Reese of Arrasmith have returned to clubs from Jacksonville,
Scituate, Mass. their home in San Francisco, Gainesville, Lake City
The wedding will take place Calif.after a ten day visit with w.a Macclenny and Gateway.The .
March 20 at the home of the the H.C. Aston family on guest speaker, Ann
bride. Bayless Highway.Mr. Grimshaw of Miami, second
vice president of the Florida
Alpha Gamma and Mrs. Gerald Moran Federation of BPW discussed c
ADK and son, Steven, of membership, the organizationof
Has European Miss' Roberts Brooksville, N, Y. are making women with diversified
their permanent home at careers joining together in
Kingsley Lake. Mr. Moran BPW and the community.A .
Program Jan. 26 Selected For recently retired as vice- Lt. Thornton UndertakingNavy skit, dramatizing the first

president and director of Course 1919 convention of BPW, was
The Alpha Gamma chapterof Service TrainingSAN Meinhard-Commercial Corp, Supply presented by the Macclennyclub
Alpha Delta Kappa met New York City, a subsidiaryof Lieutenant (junior grade) Supply and Logistics. following the theme of .i' yr T. y w ra
Parish Monday night at the St.Mark's ANTONIOAirmanHannah C.I.T. Financial Corp. andis Rohert Gregory Thornton Thornton joined the Navy in "Women of yesterday" today
House. J. Roberts, daughterof now vice-president and recently transferred from the 1971 as an enlisted man. and tomorrow.
The devotional was given by Mr. and Mrs. Morris N. regional representative of Navy Line to the Navy Supply Through special programs he All members and guests
Lucile Johns followed by the Roberts of Hampton, Fla.,has J.P. Maguire and Co., a Corps during a brief was selected for the Official enjoyed a delicious chicken
general business. Information been selected for technical subsidiary of Philadelphia ceremony held in the office of Candidate School, Newport, and rice luncheon. The meet
about the forthcoming district training in the U.S. Air ForcecommunicationsIectronics National Bank. commanding officer. CaptainS. R. I., and graduated as an ing closed with the drawing of 5
meeting in Palatka on March door prizes.Mr. -
D. ensign in Septenber 1971. He
20 the Mrs. F.W. Strick lard at- Frost. Navy Supply
was given by president,
field at Keesler AFB, Miss. then
Frances Hamilton. tended the Liberace concert at Corps School, Athens, was assigned duty
The airman aboard the USS CHANTICLEER -
recently Georgia.
Mrs. Hilda Dey BHS social the Civic Auditorium Wednes-
completed basic training at Presently, LTJG Thorntonis as the Supply and Mrs. H.A. Lawson
studies teacher, day night.
presented an Lackland AFB, Tex., where student Deck, and
a officer at t the Navy Weapons were visiting relatives in Lake
interesting and informative she studied the Air Force School and Officer. Later, he Wales
company commander Navigation and Auburndale last Dedication
the Mr.and Mrs.Ernest Connerof Women Host Library
through of
program use
mission, organization and Jacksonville of Company "D." He served in the USS PAUL Tuesday to Friday.
on her to Englandand were Sunday
customs and received special is Intensive six- REVERE as Damage Control
Scotland.An visitors of Mr. and Mrs. W.L. an :Mrs.l Freeman Keflislrr.( t Ill, left 1II1I1.IlIlIior Woman's. flub
instruction in human month of instruction & Firefightlng Training Of- Mrs.W.B. and
auction was conductedby Thomas. The Thomases also course Mundy guest, president :Mrs.. Hubert ,\lIlr serve refreshments lit le'licii-:
relations. to officers for ficer.A Mrs. Dan Harris of Jacksonville
Bill Sinclair to raise money had as Tuesday night visitorsMr. qualify of the lion and open hour for the new Itrudforil County Library
Airman Roberts is Universityof
1971 ashore and
a duty afloat in spent last Wednesday
for the Altruistic Fund from and Mrs. W.F. Genovar of Sunday; afternoon.
graduate of Union County Florida at Gainesville, and Mrs.
Thursday visiting
items brought by members. Winter Park and Mr. and Mrs.
High SchoolLakeButlerFla. LTJG Thornton is the son of Harold Monk in Mount Dora wO O.hASale
Refreshments were served Harvey Taylor of Cross Creek. Cadet York
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Thorntonof and also visited
O*&* &*00 &*& 0' Cypress Gar-
the hostesses
provided by 9045 S.W. 36th Street,
Willa Mae Denton Dr. and Mrs. John Dolemboand
Nancy HonoredCHARLESTON dens.Mr.
Roy of New Miami FL.
of NAS, and Mrs. S.W.
Denton, Barbara Reddish and daughter
Brunswick, Canada is He is married to the former
Tenn., will be spent the weekend with
Memphis Mr.
Peggy Stanwix-llay. his grandmother,Mrs. Emma S.C. Geraldine E. Mooty, daughterof
weekend of Mr. and and Mrs. Mark Hamilton and
guests Citadel Cadet Victor Sherman
Badman, and uncle and aunt, Mrs. Gladys E. Mooty. of
LTC and Mrs. V. J. Spenglerfor Mrs. John Myers. York of Starke has been 200 E. Adkins Street, Starke. family in Tampa. 50 %
two weeks. named to the Commandant's _. ._ 10 % -
Mr.and -------
Mrs. Charles Hardy Mrs. Tullie Norman Distinguished Service List at -- ---'- -
attended a birthday dinner Mrs. Ray Brookins and returned Sunday after under the military college for the ,
Saturday night for her sister, children of Cartersville, Ga. going surgery last week in first semester of the 1975-76

Mrs.Palatka.Dr. Connie. Bagwell in were E. C. weekend Dukes. guests of Mrs. ville.Methodist Hospital, Jackson academic Only those year.cadets "ad oL(Y13l1JOlB 1 ( 0 oocJ( : OFF

to have made the most
.and Mrs. II. G. Bollingerwere Mr.and Mrs. Charles Fieldsof Local admittances to Brad- judged positive contributions to their
weekend in Tallahassee over the Jacksonville and Mrs. J. H. ford County Hospital this company and to the Corps ofCadets" Sub CenterSubmarine Sale Ends January 31
visiting Mr.and Mrs.
week include: George Mit
Jan Fields visited Mr. and Mrs. are selected to have
Douglas. Robert Howell in Lake City chell, Lacy Thornton, Mrs. their names appear on theCommandant's 2
last Wednesday.Mr. Ruby Harper, Mrs. Lois Thig- List. Those CLASSES BEGIN FEBRUARY
Mrs. G. J. McGriff, Sr. and Sandwiches
pen, Mrs. Mary Johnson, meriting this distinction are
Miss Norma Canova were Cleveland Sullivan, Artemus For Further Information Call:
and Mrs. Dale Fisher of authorized to wear the CDS

Sunday and Mrs.luncheon McGriff guests, Jr.of and Mr. Coral Peebles Gables of and Ocala Mrs. W.were H. Starke Brown;and Wallace Mrs. Mann Lena ,Elder Lake, ribbon each and successive a star on the time ribbonfor they rnru i.jmtffnfitfT( ] QOQ(! ( agODDDaD The Magic Needle
in Gainesville.
family Butler; Mrs. Ida Perry, Mel-
weekend guests of Mr. and are named to the List. 1

Mrs. Stella Andrews and Mrs. Gilbert Goldwire. rose Hampton; Mrs.; Teresa Ethel Starling Tidwell,, wood A 1975 High graduate School, Cadet of Sandal-Yorkis Qaa'4C' (iJ 15 Bessent Road
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. of
Burgess John Mullin and Mrs. Lee Mrs. Ida Jones and Mrs. in his freshman year at The Starke, Florida
St.overnight Cloud guests were of Saturday Mr. and Love of Media, Pa. were Selma Ellington, Graham. Citadel where he is majoringin Two Doors North Of 1 964-5149
Monday visitors of Mrs. biology and is enrolled in 964.6300
Mrs. Guy Andrews. i
Malcolm Pownall of Hamilton
Myrtle Anderson. the Air Force ROTC program. Stumps j
New York spent several His parents are Mr and
days this week with his ._
Mrs. J.W. Suttles. Route 2, ----'- -
mother, Mrs. Malcolm Starke.

Used Appliances Pownall.Mr. .

and Mrs. R.E. Dowlingand ;ZWl/ _Know .
Mrs. Mae Jones of Jack .
1 Gas
Dryer $3500 sonville were Saturday lunch- John Watson,Carl L. Johns,
eon guests of Miss Madge Larry Noegel, Harold Bishop,
Middleton. John Adams and Carl Hurst
1 Elect were hunting in Cali, Columbia
Dryer $3500 !Mrs. Janet Turner had a South America Wednesday ) v1" .
birthday luncheon Sunday for to Sunday.Mr. z 2J.u Jx
her son Brant Turner. Attending
1-20" Gas Range $5000 were Mrs. Brant Turner and Mrs. PD. Reddish
and Vicky Turner of were in Pensacola Wednesdayto
Gainesville, Kay Turner of Monday visiting Mr. and
Jacksonville and Mrs. James Mrs. Glen Reddish.
Barron and Mrs. Myrtle Anderson -
1-36" Gas Range $2500AS ,. Frederick A. Jackson, son
of Mr.and Mrs.W.T. Jackson
Sr. was on the dean's list for

1-30" Gas Range $5000CASH THE BRADFORD the fall term at Flagler
College in St. Augustine.RN3 .
COUNTY TELEGRAPH in 1916 eleven cotton gins were in

Published every Thursdayat Vincent St. John has
AND CARRY 138 W.Call Street spent the past month with his operation in Bradford County.
Starke, Florida 32091
parents, Mr. and Mrs.

Second: Class postage paid who Richard recently St. John.re-enlisted Vincent for, In that year around 3,500 bales of

Sawyer SladeAppliances at Starkc,.Florida six years in the U.S. Navy, left ,
this week for London,England : long staple cotton were ginned here,
Subscription Rates: where he will work in the U.S. ?
In trade area: SS.DOper Embassy fcr 2'a years. with
planters $400,000 for
year; 13.SO six months ...--- receiving

332 W. Madison St. 964-77OI Outside trade area: '1.00 there's Growugryslowly plenty of time. their lint, and $60,000 for seed.
per year: 14.00 six months Z
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1 Page-I TKLKC.K.VPIl; ; January 29 1976

CD Director Pleased With Disaster DrillJerry

I- } Thompson, Bradford way Patrol, and the Bradford Danny Warren slipped at the drill All will participating have a meeting units in to the go
iiw son.The
County civil defense director, County Volunteer Fire scene of the accident and bus involved in the the exercise on Friday
pleased with the Department with trucks from old He purchased for $1 over
was quite reinjured an Injury mishap was Jan. 30, at 10 a.m. at the
disaster exercise in which 31 Graham Starke and Lawtey was also treated at Bradford from Billy Dodd, according to Florida Civil
4rnI ROTC students at Bradford plus the Starke Fire Depart- County Hospital. The motherof Thompson.X.M. Northeast Building on Edwards
High;( School were on a bus that ment. The Division of one of the girl students Smith local agent for Defense
was Involved in an accident Forestry Fire equipment also involved in the drill bus came
with a train at the railroad responded to the exercise. upon the scene and became ill the Seaboard Coastline Drive carefully.Why die in
Y crossing on SRS-IOoA on Administrator R.D. Ed- and was given first aid at the Railroad arranged to have a perfect health?
Edwards Road in front of the monson of Bradford County scene, according to Thorn p- train available at the drill. -Table Talk/
C It Tillman property at Hospital said that on an
about 6:10: p.m. last Wed overall basis the drill was A's At BHS[
24 Earn Straight
nesday. Jan. 21. good and informative and in :
The practice drill involvedthe his opinion was a success. The
i / medical staff manned the percent of the student body. in American history, speech,
I I !t 31 students receiving An elite group of 24 Brad-
Ir various types of injuries. The emergency room and the two ford High students, just two Earning straight A's were: mathematics II, Spanish analysis II, and,
students were made up priorto rescue ambulances were usedin percent of the 1,199 member chemistry
at the North transportating the injured. SENIORS: ; is! a teacher's aide.
exercise student body, earned straight
Florida Civil Defense Buildingon The Union County rescue A's during the second six- Teresa Devore, daughter ofMr Briar I'atray, daughter of
J ambulance also assisted and Mrs. J.R. DeVore of Mr. and Mrs JamesV..
LJiL Edwards: Road just prior to at the weeks of the 1975-76 term
: the mishap. drill. which ended Nov. 11. Lawtey, is enrolled in annual Patray of Kingsley Luke is
Thompson said it took approximately Kdmondson; said that as One hundred and thirty staff chemistry II, biology II, enrolled in American history,
50 minutes to part of the drill rescue units 60 eight BUS students earned mathematics analysis, and mathematics analysis, band
treat the injured at the scene and 61 transferred two places on the school's honor speech.Deborah. biology II. creative ,
ROTC Honored For Tree-Planting DonationMajorCharles and then transport them to patients each to another roll of A and B students, 11.5 Gann, daughter;( of and trigonometry.SOI'IIOMORES.
Bradford County Hospital.The hospital in Gainesville The Mr. and !Mrs H.E. Gann of
: ll.ill. on right! receives From I:ru John' If. Smith a pluiii' in conniMmonitioni drill involved the Union County ambulance also Starke. is enrolled in English \ : :
>f (the local KOFI" donation to the :Ma rimCorps tree planting program nUT ""'IIII"'I'. solilranitv. Bradford County Sheriffs transported one patient to HouseholdHotline. : American History, and the Karen Reddish, daughter of
candles und bicentennial license plates! to raise the jr.ll; donation KOIt( ini'inl>ers involved Department.' Starke Police Gainesville. Diversified Cooperative Mi. and !Mrs. Lamar Hellish,
with (the program, are <(1-1'1> : Henry fete Christine Gornt. bay Coward I ItnhiTl I (II test.Va l Department, Florida High- Thompson confirmed that Training (DCT) program for of Starke. is enrolled in
\ > ne Frruiisiin. llr(' Fairchild ('adet'aptain \lIu.t'\Ulnlllllll: \ l Hale I.,''ifri. students who work part-time poetry, typing band, physical
... Andy Crews, son of Mr. and education, biology II. and
Mrs Harold Crews of Starke. geography.;(
I Southside UpDateS .by Becky Glebeig is enrolled in creative writing, Carolyn' Roller daughter of

"..thride ."....I..hr..t.rhnr..-.-,-- ... --. um i |JIUI11"IVe _"'M' Your Extension Home trigonometry, chemistry II, Mr. and Mrs. George Holler ofLawtey
ilh Mr. second six-week, period : Southside ,;\. and advanced art. is enrolled in driver's
Day this past Friday \ would like to thank :Mr. tume parade by students lloltzendorf Andy Chaff Kelli '
Reedy from the Forest Service Heedy lor the time and Marly I barley Barbara on Friday evening, Carver Clare Carver Lori ,ECOIIornJ& Cindy Gissy, daughter of education mathematics
who gave a brief explanation patience he gave to us in our Aarn.onna( \ Prescott !March 19. in the school cafe- Johns, Michelle Harrell Mr. and Mrs Joe Gissy of analysis, biology speech amIshu..thand.
of the founding of remembrance of Arbor Day. Tammy Richards, Linda Underhill torium. Refreshments will be :Michael Christmas, Lori WKSTION: : Is it true that Starke, is editor of the BUS .
Arbor Day over lot years ago The Starke Junior! Woman's Jeffrey Johnson Jeff served) and children's art projects McKinney, LeAnn Flynn. automatic dishwashers take annual staff, and is also
by :Mr. :Morton. Club, represented by :Mrs. Powell and Johnny Sweat., will be on display. You'll Arthur Johnson. Donna less hot water than washing enrolled 1 in Humanities and FIIESIIMENUwayneltaldwin: ;
The audience participatedin Carolyn Brown, presented the want to keep this dale in mind. Thornton, Bobby Frampton dishes by hand? Mrs.( T.H.) Trigonometry.Robin son of Mr.
a discussion of the many Soulhside first grade;( ith a I'T.X Ken; | uses of trees A slide show was dogwood;( tree to plant for Approved 1 recently treated to a fine Spotlight;( automatic dishwasher may Mr.and !Mrs Robert L. Milnerof Starke. is enrolled in physical
also presented accentuating Arbor Day. All first grade;( PTA expenditures approvedat l Christmas program' ;( presented Teacher spotlight this week use less hot water than washing Starke, Is enrolled in education, conversational
the abundant reasons we have classes participated in the the \Dec. 16 meeting;( ere as by the SS Glee Club under the falls on our previous cafeteria dishes by hand. For chemistry, English, short- Spanish, modern science
to be thankful for trees From annual tree planting ceremony follows heavy duty extension direction of Mrs Jo Benson manager;( Mrs. Delores Mor example, it may only take hand, and trig. methods, world( cultures\
the cafetorium11': Reedytook cords for classrooms 3 with the fourth grade Bell gan. She was born in Tulore, from 12 to 15 gallons;( of waterto Nelda Mosley, daughter of English I I. and algebra II.
J the children outdoors for Mrs. Duncan would like to filmstrip projectors music Ringers providing the music Calif. May 10. 193:1.: She movedto wash a full load of dishes in :Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd E. Mosleyof
j a demonstration of proper recognize;( the following fifth hooks for /grades 3 and, playground on some songs. In conjunctionwith Florida in 19-46. and is the automatic washer com Starke, is enrolled in Listed b'lob class, are
tree planting\ Each class was grade students for outstanding balls for physical ed. the Bicentennial program married to Claude Morganwho ;( pared to 20 or 30 gallons;( by commercial cooking and the 138: students ho earnedall
given a young sapling to plant achievement during the blank Cassette tapes two consisted of all American was born and raised in hand. The greatest;( energy baking and is a teacher's aide. A's and B's:
I single! unit hot plates, one composed Carols. Bradford County. 1Irs.lor.! cost is to heat the water. Margaret Ann !Norman; SENIORS: : Lee Ashline.
reading table Santa Claus The Glee Club members gan has four children and four Dishwashers with shorter daughter Mr. and Mrs. E.L.: Freddie Bell, Robert Best
U3lillIIU3fDGjJ ; : ( suit, Supply fund of $13 for have been named before in a step-children. She also has six cycles also save hot (Buck Norman of the Bayless Sonja Big s. Laura Bon
each teacher. previous column but we would grandchildren.She water and electrical energy.;( If Highway area, is enrolled In Emmett Bright Brenda
Southside PTA planning like to recognize the Bell started working at don't need dry dishes creative writing.bookkt'l'ping Carter, Grace'artt'r.lll'h.1l'1:
Ul! CGIB 0tJru you
Committee met Jan. 20 and Ringers for the outstandingjob Soulhside in the cafeteria as a immediately at the end of the is a teacher's ('oon'v.'h'ian Covington,
decided to sponsor a Bingo they did Mary Lou cook) in January HMM!! and cycle, turn the dishwasher off aide and a cheerleader Randall Crews, Joan Cnbhs.
: LVILLCL EEE1C( night and Bicentennial Cos- Guisto Cindy Sysskin AlanGreen's became manage;( of it in October when the wash portion of the Uanette Itodrigue. daughterof Glen I DeSut1, Denise Devore
of that year. Mrs. Morgan cycle is finished and the :Mr. and Mrs. A.P. Rodngue Julie Griflis. Debbie Hall.
resigned form the cafe- open of Starke, is enrolled inphysical :Matt Ilerres, Debbie Thigpen
door slightly. This can save
Simulated Brick Stone Stucco !: advanced Jackson, JcnmtciJnckel '
GarageNext teria on Oct. 24. 1975 to accepta about one-half of the power Cynthia
job teaching the Commercial Some machines have special Spanish, mathematics John' Kilby Dan'ell
Door To Morgan Rd. Baptist Church Cooking and Baking Classat cycles to do this automatically analysis, biology;( II, speech, :\Iood\', Raymond :Miur. :Scott
Free EstimateCommercial and II. Pooser, Jerome Reddish
964.8150 (OJpen) 8-6 P.M. the Vocational School in chemistry
Starke. She is also Food Service Guy Stalnaker, son of Mrs. Kosie Richardson, Shed,

& Residential General Repairs Coordinator of Bradford County Schools. after going through the i enrolled in American Gerald Simmons. MUTIII'

Lawtey Fla 782-3896 Brake Job Tune Ups 1'.lrs.Ioroan! /( is a member of Christmas spending! spree. I history mathematics literature Starling Kathy 'illl1lnghl' i
Bethel Baptist Church. She plan to force myself to establish analysis, American Raymond Whittle l.rwi-,
r--: : rrI & Up attends Santa Fe Community u Christmas(,Iub account. mitt is teacher's\ aide for lo Cuoper; Beverly :Menu
$50 S26 College at night. Her hobbiesare i.Mrs.: |X.Tixl.SDurlene AnnIlen
,' What is your opinion: e .It.MOHS: ) :
il -'-" I Stancil. of
and hand
sewing reading,
LG.I> Susan Blalock. IM'>'nniliBradley.
g F-- Y-8 Parts & Labor Overhaul crafts. Christmas Club :Mr and :Mrs Carl Stancil of lukBrown. ,
.., r" S Engine \\S\\ FIt: : Sljrke. is enrolled in lima Brown \! \
:Mrs. Morgan's position at bank accounts are often advertised : Tina BrownKeith\ '
Soulhside has been taken over IxKikkeeping, and speech. Sheis ,
to !your advantage Carter. Pain (Chapman. I i.aKk.ird.
by :Mrs. Elizabeth Stalnaker, but they seldom, if ever pay also a teacher's aide and in Fallen (Cciirgt'( Knlnir:
formerly cafeteria managerat interest on the money you the jab entry program. She is Green; Kiilli ll.i/en Ten" l i
DENMARK FURNITURE Brooker Elementary deposit. Instead of traditional also employed part-lime at.., Hicks, :Nancy.; Ilildrt'tri 'liulmiHoiHl. :
\Ve would all like to take this Christmas Club accounts v hy Florida State Prison. \. Kairn\ Hour l.mil.i
opportunity to thank Mrs. not set up a special account Judy Thomas daughter;( of Jones, lleli'ii I.ce. i toiIi .l,
!Morgan for all the help she that draw interest0 This Mr. and !Mrs. Glen Thomas! of ,
can :M.ISSCN. I.val I :Mo\lcv | )"ilii.iPatrick.
January COMPANY January gave;( us during her )II years at will be an account that you Hampton, is enrolled in Lxiin I'u'rrl'.Innnl: "
Southside. will deposit to regularly. It is horticulture and English: andis Prevail.' Minn Scott KalliTeslon. : >
I.unch11'1111: all a matter of regular;( savingfor a teacher's aide 1'\. 11Ih,,. Trstnnr, Pain,

Clearance 434 West Call 1 STreet Clearance Monday. Feb Feb.7: FISh 2-H sandwich,grts.tunp Christmas spending. Laura; of Kay:Mrs.Thomas.daughter Selecla. 'l'ulk"I'.-'OI'IIII'IIIIII1,11": : : |lain:

preen peachesTuesday L'KSTION) What is the Thomas of Starke. is enrolledin I 11.1\ 1(1 ('.11 Iii
411 West Madison Street : Malllirw: ; l'.n\ (
Feb. I Beat wllh
: roni English; shorthand, human
904/964-5827 Starke, Florida up rolls, mlkWednesday' your telephone bill if you areaway physiology. Spanish III. I is a i iteacher's (Carver.. John Ciiopi'iMichi'lle ';'
Sale Sale Feb 4: Hamburgers over an extended periodof aide and a : (;i\illion. 1 iiliinil.illcriiaiidiv
'tomato and ,lettuce, corn peacneft.. milk cheerleader.Scott .
time? (Mrs. C.C.) I.dluutu.tolni.uuIheuda I | |
Thursday. Feb. t: Fried chlcoo.'na'h.d Tin lt'r. of :Mr and
potatoes with gravy peas, ANSttEH: : If you are goingto !> son : :M.i\ llnl'ifil: Miliu-i,
Too Numerous To List All Items On Sale applesauce rolls milk. be away from your home Mrs. Lester Walker olLavtey. llreml.i! I'revull. ChristieICrdilmg. '
Friday., Feb.a: Hot dog baked beins, between 2 and 9 months, have is enrolled in speech ( li.iilos llcuMn 1:
slaw chocolate pudding milk. your phone service sus- human physiology! industrialart. I.mili Itirhiirtlsoii Krimv

Discounts Throughout: The Store 1f pended. Your monthly rate and is an elementary( ICitdriKiif! l(1111., Si'lmiKllMarg.irel <
Train KillsLaicteyMan will be low you will keep your physical education lI'al'lll'I''Saide : Sinilh. "1'nsi-ill.i"

I number, and all telephonecalls St.iln.iktT.: Kathy '1',11; } InnIltd.n '
to your number will be 'I'I Jirrv White son of :Mr. and I :: \ VNJ: Trrnai:" ,iHold.
f THROW PILLOWS La-Z-Boy ODD LAMPS intercepted. One major telephone I'S. Olin \\bite of Starke.. IIl'nroll..d 'foldshlun'' .Joliet 1,1'
l.awtey-An 80-year old company says callerscan in I trigonometry, Knuhl. :Shn'Ieue l Dau.on
Peetsville man was killed be told you are out of townor creative writing I typing andchemistry MI.IITI Dobbs, Kli/iilx'ih: Dv.il.
Ij RECLINA-ROCIfFRS instantly by an Amtrak even be given a number II. ,J..hlll'\lIII: !>. Julie (I'liamUrsVickie
YOUR 00 At train where be reached Leslie 'arlton, son of :Mr ,
CHOICE $1| SALE PDI. t\\\ Huge Savings passenger on Thursday you can and :Mrs. Robert G. Curlton. ol I irhitt.uhn't
morning 22, at 5:27 am. you are away. Giiskins.; Triif\ (leiirgfMarcia
\ about a mile south of here in There is just one caution: Starke, is enrolled in in- : (imxltti''' \11111111111'> |
the community of Peetsville.The telling strangers you are away dustrial art, diesel\ mechanics Gravel. Steven .diillis,
f 88" SOFA BED 2P. LIVING ROOM SUITE Bradford County would be a dead "give away"to and is a teacher's aide fur two Cvnlhia Grillith. Carlos( \
I Sheriffs department in its anyone'ho would be linkedto periods.' 11'll1al1d'I.1,111111"1.l ., I.mili.
, Cold Chenille Velvet NOW CAST IRONGenuine Tllh.I,WOlin lOW report on the mishap said that the current rise of home : ( Ia and ra :Mrs.Johnson Coins, daughter Johnson olLuwtev. ofMr Johns. I Ih'hra; "11(' Heiirvl.aUMin.
the Amtrak number ,,
U3 was burglary. Allieil t LiK-k Stephen
Reg. '169" 129 95 Green FabricPRICES $17495 southbound and struck and is enrolled Hughs: l.o/niika. \\.iinla 1'llIl1IanIll'k
Wood killed instantly Andrew Anderson Perhaps you have asked Spanish Algebra I. :ami is ateacher's :\ :Mitchell.I JellervNorman. '

80 a well known black some of these same questionsor aide : :\111I1'I p.mic I I l.nri,
COOK STOVES ION male who lives about two- have other questions Eddie: Frampton.' son of :Mr Sham Julio' South Sii/amie
PRICES S bt HED % tenths of a mile from where related to home economics. If and :Mrs. Cecil F'ranll tframa' Thornton. :Marvin TVMHIIrene
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St. Edwards

- 1 wiry

Reverend James Cregan of
Pensacola enjoyed visiting
friends in the Starke area for
several days last week. tLL' I S
Among the festivities honor.
ing Father Cregan was a covered
dish supper held in St.
Edward's parish hall for their
former pastor on Wednesday
evening, Jan. 21. Preceding
the supper Reverend Richard
Bowles and Father Cregan 1I
concelebrated a special Mass iHI
for St. Edward's parishionersand I
friends I
---- -
Reverend Joseph Corso, a
Maryknoll priest, from BEEF PEQqy CHUCK STEAK 98*
Detroit, Michigan, was a -
guest at St. Edward's for the
weekend.Father Corso Is pre- SUPERBRAND USDA INSP.
sently serving the people of ANew y.Iu J GR. "A" HA. Alt WHITE
spent twenty years of his mis- P I LARGE EGGS ..' r.t# <<
sionary life in Africa. Father v> S INDIAN RIVER pD I DELMONICOSTEAKS
Corso concelebrated Mass I WHITE OR PINK'GRAPEFRUIT "I""S ,
with Father Bowles at St. EG1\"E
Edward's Saturday .eveningandatMacclenny'sSt. : Eff> SpT', ,r. ,d
Mary'sChurch 111 t\l I
"\ --Y'
25. on Sunday, January 1"U9.S. / 3' 9C sk ... _JY

----- ". 1'1 DOZEN -
St Edward's ] -
Council .,.,
held a regular meeting in the u.w I
parish hall on Monday even 5 JUMBO UPTON us;: :._CHOICE;
ing, January 26, Father e
Bowles gave information on 69 BOUNTYTOWELS TEA $259
the CCD classes being conducted LB ",00J.6
in the parish. 1'2
First Communion will be BAG
held on Holy Thursday and BAGS D
Confirmation will be conferred .
on April 30( tOO-CT.PKG.
The Bingo games will con-
tinue on Saturday evenings.
Building plans for the new HARVEST FRESH BONELESS
church were discussed. E
Richard Welty was re-elected $ CHUCK ROAST
president of the Council; !Mrs.
John Samons was elected _
vice-president, and Mrs. TOMATOESC
)Francis Meng will serve as

t 4 with $7.50mr Lnit| I with $7.JOr
3ge pwr h i*' m r purth*> 139
LB. A excluding: LB.

I.B. ThompsonIvery

B. Thompson 72, of THRIFTY MAIDSUGAR
Route I, Lawtey died Friday +\
Jan. 16, in a Jacksonville hos- 1
Mr Thompson was born in RED DELICIOUS W-D BRAND 100/o PURE
St George,Ga. and had lived 1 f
in the Bradford County area APPLES t GROUND BEEFIN
most of his life He was a retired ii" Y 1frft 1 Limit; 1 -/$750.. more purchase. excl cigs'jittB5ii ; .
employe ot the state prison -
\ S OR
system and held member-
ship in the NorthMde Baptist :
Church and the Lawtey 1 f, \
Masonic Lodge.Survivors $199 ff+ ID

Mrs. Alma Johns include Thompson his wife; 2Q I f"ti l 5 09cD r'1geBAG '

one son, J. Blaine Thompson; I
a sister. Mrs. Thelma Harris; |
and mother-in-law, Mrs. FOR
Verda Johns: and three _

grandsons Funeral services were held FRESH FLORIDA Lt HICKORY SWEET
at 3 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 18, in INDIAN RIVERORANGES
the Northside Baptist Church A THRIFTY ,,. 'hr ,ale PITER I SLICED BACON
with Rev James T Parrish MAID : .
and Rev Edward: C Harvey

officiating Interment was in LONG GRAIN .
Dyal Cemetery with Masonic .- PEANUT
graveside rites I'eeples Fun- Y

eral Home of Jacksonville was 5 RICE y.:si't !;
in charge of arrangements. \
BUTTERllo :::.1. ;;' _
6ge L' $129
Maude Tucker .\!
Mrs. 3-LB. BAG :,'e --1.LB.
Tf: -
Mrs. Maude Tucker. 70, LB. PKG.
of Melrose,died Friday.Jan.
23, In Bradford County BAG
Hospital. She was born in 1
Greenwich, Non Feb. 22,
1M)5.! )! and was a member of HORMEL WHOLE
the Methodist Church. SHERBET OR / 1 \ / I
Survivors are two sons .CANNED HAM

and James Clyde C. Baker Tucker.Lynchburg Orlando, .. _. ICE CREAM ...

Va; five grandchildren, and : 1
two grandchildren.! .
Funeral services will be \ .3
held at 3p m. Monday, Jan. :.
26, at the graveside In \ 5549
Melrose HALF 1ge _______ .
with Rev.

DeVVitt Fred Yerkes C. Jones officiating.Funeral GAL. W ..", BEECHNUT ;=;-D----; i PILLSBURY i' '"lt;{rlll LABN

Home was in charge of \I sF..Me I .' C
services \, ,BABY FOOD I FLOUR L.1.tJllt 1


John Muzzillo, Sr., 91, of SHRIMP PATTIES FLOUNDER, I 12 4'-01. $100 j I I C WIIH THIS I "" REDI-BASTED
Starke, died Saturday Jan. HADDOCK OR PERCHDINNERS i JARS I S-LB, 68 ISc COUPON Ir:
24 lie was a native of Italy '
and had resided here for the G Jyr,1Iti I A t YOUR I .N I,
past three years.Surviving I OOO ONLY AT YOUR IO Al WINN DIHCIH I WINN DIXIE I (jI
IMm JAN Jl' V7t .
his widow '/II 'IAN .I'' '970 No 337' .I GOOD '"' 'a TURKEYSC
are -------- -
----------------- ----- --
Mrs. Louise Muzzillo, and one :
daughter. Mrs Peter Giusto I 4 tiSS ? C O
both of Starke; one son John tbta -
Muzzillo. Jr., North Bergen.
N J., 13 grandchildren, and 8-01. .- =-\
greatgrandchildThe ;
one DEEP
remains were sent to PKG. L B.
Bayonne. N.J. where services ASTOR SOUTH
and interment were held
Thursday, Jan 29. DeWitt C. MAYONNAISI
charge of arrangements. 12o .

Mrs Martha Douglas Juice 59c Wings . LB59c

Mrs. Martha Douglas
was buried in Ml. Zion Ceme- Coconut Pie 2 1. 99c 16-01. PKG. 32-01. JAR
tery Sunday afternoon after -1 Thighs . LB89c
funeral services at the Mt.
U S No I 'YELLOWOnions
Zion Primitive Baptist
Church. She died Friday afternoon 3 :: 69c / i
from injuries Drumsticks LB79c
received in an accident:
Rev. Merle Packham officiated l- GREEN GIANT FROZEN CREAM STYLE OR / BREAST

arranged at by the Archer ceremonies Funeral Niblets Corn '- .' 49c Quarters LS.79C

Home of Lake Butler.
Quantity Rights
Mrs. Douglas had lived sev- THOMAS FROZEN ENGLISH
eral years on a farm on Mor- 8 01 Reserved
Muffins 2 89C WINM! OIXIC STORES INC Quarters
gan Road north of Starke and PKOS. COPYRIGHT 176BRADFORD La.69c
was a member of the Hope
Baptist Church.
Survivors include: her hus-
band Edgar Douglas of
Starke; her parents Mr and
Mrs. Lawrence Cannon of Open Sunday Open Sunday
Orlando;a son.Edger: Douglas
II, three brothers Clarence SQUARE
Cannon of (Orlando Joe 10-6
Cannon of Alabama and Larry 10-6
Cannon of Mississippi, and
two sisters Mrs. Mildred
Mencer of Orlando and Mrs.
Iris Canada of Orlando.


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.. ._ ..NooN...,' ....U

Present City Hall Cost Starke $100 (D(3'iW( (! JlIJJrf

( JvmWlIlIlm

In Depression Days Of c. W.A. S. Haas

61 I Veterans Service: Officer

r A story concerning progresson The building complete with enough studding were used to
"the new city hall" rated bell tower, was erected in 1884 make the two-story building Each of the 50,000( ( men and
headlines in the January 12, by the Red Men's lodge, a substantial. women leaving military ser
1934 issue of The Bradford flourishing organization at vice every monih can expectat
County Telegraph which said A BICENTENNIAL FEATUREThe that time, which was later dissolved Early newspaper stories least 5 Veterans Admmis,
work was progressing rapidlyon because of so-called say that a great storm passedover tration communications
the CWA (Civil Works Administration "peanut politics" which this section on September within6 months of their separ
J ) project created dissention discord 29, 1896 during the time ation.
among the members. the building was being rentedto
CWA was the forerunner ofa the county for use as a Upon
long list of "depression city hall was erected on According to old issues of courthouse According to this Department of Defense of termination

days" alphabetical agencies the site of the old two-story The Telegraph, the builderwas account, "W.E. Wainwright, of active duty under'
inaugurated by President frame building at the intersection Mr. Blanchard, an early then deputy clerk, was kept j conditions other' than dishonorable

Roosevelt to provide work for of Thompson and Jef-- carpenter of the Kingsley busy running in and out,fear ttw k* J j r .. #. 4 the Veterans Administration
the nation's unemployed, then ferson Streets. which had variously Lake area, and father of the ing that the next heavy swat of 1 I tolls the new'
soaring to new heights. served as meeting late A.M. Blanchard of Law- wind would demolish it. Yet ..\ veteran of his eligibility for

place for an early Starke tey, who also followed this the building held together to ...... benefits.
"The finishing touches are secret order (the Red Men) ; trade. somehow but it had been The veteran is urged to con
being put on the frame of the was later rented for use as a badly strained and when the .
structure which, in its outline, county courthouse, and fin City finances being at a low court was sitting Judge Call Ad-ministration'
looks somewhat similar to the ally, after the 1902 courthousewas ebb at that time the work hadto would not allow large audi representative of a
Woman's Club bUilding" The built, was used as a city be done so cheaply that ences in the room because of ior veterans a \ organization for
Telegraph story said. hall. nails and not
barely enough the weakened floor. complete application pence

"Outside the building stoodan dures.

old iron pot in which Separate communicationsare
redeemed warrants were sent to veterans' provide
Point of f view. . burned by the clerk during the ing them with GI loans, certificates
county commissioner's meet. of eligibility for homes.

ings. While this process was Eagle Scouts John Cooper (left) and Chuck Register are congratulated by Scoutmaster condominiums and mobile
under way, the county solons Montgomery. homes and also informationon
A sat around, solemnly smoking insurance and educational!
$2,000,000Decision their pipes" programs.Six .

"A hall running through the months after 'release
Two Scouts Earn Rank from the military. veterans
building was used as a morgueon Eagle
to upgrade its sewer to
system accept
The Starke City Council is on the occasion and many grue receive a fCltowup't'terans
horns of a dilemma, facing possible loss able DER standards by 1978, at which some sights were seen there-- Administration\ letter. again

of some $2 million in Federal funds time it must stop discharging effluent the bodies of suicides, or murdered reviewing the veterans' benefits

Two members of Boy Scout Other advancements made timetable, with particular\
Patrol Leaders
and assistant
of killed
into Alligator Creek.A men, men ;
unless it rescinds action taken last October by the trains. Troop 70 received their Eagle during this Court of Honor John !Miller, Michael Lawson emphasis given to those which

refusing utility services to a proposed rank in scouting before a large included four members, and Byron Roberts; require application within the
apartment complex that falls representative of the city's Among other notable audience alst Friday night at Matthew Box. Todd Schmidt, assistants Wayne Baker and one-year of separation.

within the scope of its 201 program./ engineering firm told the Council at its events, the old building witnessed a Court of Honor in the Kary Padgett, and Michael Rowland Randolph. Questions regarding tht'abo'e
recreation of the First
room Lawson to First Class; and or veteran matter
last meeting that if federal funding for the examination for any
its 201 was lost the admittance to the bar of Baptist Church. Brad Myers Tenderfoot. Following the ceremony' contact your County Veterans
City Attorney George Pierce camedirel.tly program government
refreshments were served to Service Office in the Court
Augustus V. Long of Starke, Achieving this highest rankin
to the point at the last Council could not only make the city com who later served as a circuit scouting were Charles Eight; new boys were inducted members and guest. house.
meeting telling the members "You plete the sewage treatment plan with its and also into the troop at this
are judge, a federal (Chuck) Register, son of Mr. lime: Terrance W Martin
in violation of public law. Regardless of own money but the city could be judge moving from Starke and Mrs. Lennard Register, Benjamin J. Leziak, Kevin -

i what you feel about the apartment project charged up to $25,000 a day in penaltiesuntil and living for many years in and John Cooper, son of Mr. Randolph Lester Randolph
the project completed. It is Gainesville.The and Mrs. Bob Cooper.. TheEagle Rowland R. Agents
looking at the number of utility was Randolph, County By l
: conferred
users affected by the 201 Plan you must estimated: that if the city were saddled iron cage once used by the boys by was Scoutmaster on Timothy Staton, Greg .-

reconsider and withdraw." with this expense, an additional $7 or $8 the city to hold its prisoners, David Montgomery, who Jackson and Larry Saucer. Notebook Bobby

monthly sewer charge would have to be took the place of a crude commended them on their Those receiving Merit Taylor

In seeking Federal funding under the levied on each utility user in order to structure built of "puncheons" achievement in scouting, and Badges for various ,skills
201 to repair a badly battered which stood over their service through the
program Brad
for the project. were: Byron Roberts
pay near the railroad just off Call
sewer system, the city agreed/ to extend Street. Half dozen staunch years in various offices and Myers. Kary Padgett. Terry
a duties of the troop. Each: boywas Saucer and the Ml; tons and ::12 ton rates
Mundorff Larry
Attendance and -
utility service to users within a 6,000 to participation
prisoners once managed to
there has been
Although strong oppo- pinned with his Eagle Charles Register John Miller dropped back to MS!I: and 4"
by our poultry
8.000-foot perimeter around the present sition to the proposed apartments on overturn the building and rank pin by his mother and Todd Schmidt, Matthew Box, our meeting last growersat Monday bushels per acre! respectively
city limits provide;! the user was willing State Road 100 west there are indications escape. the mothers in turn also Alan Montgomery. and night demonstrated their These rules! were compared

to pay: t tru cost of running necessary that it may be a long time before After it had been upendedfor received pins. Michael Lawson desire to always do the l best { to the (MS(: bushels per

lines to (.?.ant.'t with city lines plus an they are builtif ever. the second time a wagon Three other Scouts, Alan job possible to'make egg and acre rate of corn fertilised
load of sand was above New patrol leaders Introduced with !51HI( ) pounds 111-\\II.In and
imp-iPt fee. All of this the apartmentdevelopers placed Montgomery, John K. Miller poultry production compatible -
the ceiling to weight the building and Terry Carver received at this time were with good community liv 21MI: ) pounds of ammonium m
said do.
they were willing to At a recent meeting of the North Florida down and it was then con- their Star Scout insignia Terry Carver Senior Patrol ing. Actually, the majority of trate of commercial feriili/ei

Any hope that the Councilmen may Regional Planning Council it was sidered impregnable. But during; the ceremonies. Leader and Terry Mundorff. growers are already doing a The results suggested: that
voted to withhold approval of the some time later an ingenious goal job of manure management > of
have had that DER (Department of project about (II to 7 IIIIS i pmilln
prisoner, anticipating arrest, and fly control. .
until an environmental impact study manure would also compare!
Environmental )
Regulation was merely filled his pockets with kindling
bluffing and would not actually withhold could be made- not only of the apart wood which he ignited and LETTER!S TO Les Kalch. our Extension commercial favorably with lei-tili/.ulion, our KIMIIM.I rates!
ments on the environment but also of burned at the Universityof
approval of the 201 project thereby a hole in one corner of lSOR. Poultryman and make the value of the
holding up release of funds to the city the environment on the apartments.This the pen large enough to (-' told a story about a mill try manure as a fi>rtili/i, >i
through. }Hence the THE EDIT poultry grower in the Tampaarea S
were dispelled by their attorney following study, engineers say could requireas escape iron .. ru who had problems with, Is' about $.I Ki to $::"I i per Ion I
long as two years during which time cage. have tht'fce' .figures in my other,, /
,. his conference with an EPA (En- wet manure and flu's for several
vironmrntal Protection Agency) official. all parties concerned might reconsider-- In the February 23, 1984 years This grower: search if you! are intm-Med'Sn Hu.j
their positions. Telegraph it was proudly followed suggestion of how to (

Not only would the 201 funds be lost, announced that the new city 201 -21m-.to:! I.KTTIIKMKNOU: :: keep manure dry. and in several Speaking( of the value "I>l

but also affected would be state and federal In view of these facts there seems no hall was "open for business, IIIKK! HOW YOU' FF.KI..: : weeks time that he had manure, there is a gird< l bit .ntresearch .
and the following descriptionof No we're not talking resolved his manure and fly these l.i\--.
revenue sharing funds it was said. justification for the city to sacrifice the first council meeting football terms. We're talking Dear Sir problems, and could e\en live feeding going poultry on manure to

2000.000 in needed funds by denying there was given: Bureaucratic roulette with It seems that in our small with his poultry operation on ruminant animals especially

The 201 project is designed to bring utilities to a project that might never be your tax dollar. All the community, the average: citizen himself Some folks forget cuttle. Results! to date look
the city into compliance with a mandate realized. "Tuesday night for the first numbers represent planning has little voice in our that most poullrymen live very promising, especially
time in a long time, the city grants adopted by the City and government. But in I the last near their poultry farms and with present feed prices .
council met amid new and County Commissioners. The lew wel'ks.1.". have found away they don't like odors or flies Apparently the only drawbacks I
delightful surroundings. No "HIKE" is what will happento to get a reaction, on the any more than anyone else. at this! time is getting{ !
I Neglected Responsibility"One more did the steps sag as the your water and sewer ratesas state level at least to some of !Fnixl! and Drug Administration <1 -
councilmen entered the city the end result of these our problems and so we urge Mr Kulch suggested to the approval and. possibly
hall, and no more did the floor plans. This statement can be other citizens of Bradlord growers that the key to good public acceptance of the' idea\
boards creak as they filed into verified by checking with our County t to do as we have doneIf manure and fly managementwas FDA is not against: this idea
purpose of the Sunshine; Law leave the board room which the press their meeting room. Gleaming neighbor Duval County. you are dissatisfied with to keep the manure dry at They just have not come out
white walls reflected the glowof all limes I Dry manure is not a
members did. realizing the action was in things in our city or county the other
to maintain the faith of the public in one way or
was of the Sunshine Law. A later new lighting fixtures; even According to the press, the j1o'ernml'nt.Hlte: Iltterss goal medium for housefly
governmental agencies. Regardless of violation chairs and tables had been big news coming out of the last the saying goes "the pen is production since the fly larvae You might ""ncl'r11)\
their good intentions these specified public meeting disclosed\ that the board given a new lease on life and City Commission meeting was mightier than the sword." need moisture and food lo poultry manure< would, have a
hoards and commissions through discussed a contract with the radiologistat their highly polished surfaces "Federal Grant In Jeopardy if develop. He also suggestedthat ft't.'d'aillt' in cattle It's
this meeting. The hospital plans to mirrored the smiles of highly City Doesn't Rescind Letter to Write to your elected officials each farm is different and because there lot of
be is a
devious should not allowed to
ways let them' knowou're
councilmen D.S. & N. Them should
pleased Refusing that each grower recognize -
radiologists March 1. in the manure that I the
the of this inalienable change: concerned elected
deprive public Service The big news should thl'YI're his problems and
bacteria in the of I the
right to be present and to be heard at all "Alladm and his lamp had have been "City Adopts 208 to represent you, and you havea solve them as early as rumen
deliberations wherein decisions affecting Four trustees met with doctors in nothing on Roosevelt and hisCW Plan without Public Notice of right to (tell them when you possible cow can in convert( the cow's I'l'lIh'illI'l'Oteln
A, for Starke now has a !" think things aren't going
what termed a "committee meeting" Study
the public :are: being made; was new $6.000 city hall and it cost right. It is amazing the results Mr. Kalch also discussed like meat in man's ration, is
before a regular board meeting the town only $100. This small The City Commission was :you can get by voicing your I he value of poultry manure as one of the most expensive'
Bradford County Hospital trustees also should have been to feedstuffs What I better
15. This open expenditure was made neces- almost panicked into opinions. a fertilizer for crop. He
and administrator would do well to examine the public and the press should have sary by materials running a rescinding its letter in sudden showed the' results' of some research machine than the cow for recycling
this comment made during the first been notified although it is a custom of little short toward the end of reversal of opinion by Atty. If you think your city council that used several rates' waste into a valuable

case in which the Florida Supreme Court the board to hold committee meetings the project." George Pierce. A citizen has made a bad decision, of poultry manure on field product
requested that the matter be tell them; likewise, if you corn These rates ran from 2
considered the Sunshine Law. prior to monthly board meetings.The Now in 1976, the 200th anniversary tabled until next meeting so think the county commissioners Ions per acre up to 32 tons (per When understood( and accepted

For more than a year, the board oftrustt't's of the Nation, and the that those of us who oppose have acted! unwisely, acre The 2 t tons per acre rate ,, the fettling of poultrv
has either forgotten Telegraph is not only distressedat 100th birthday of Starke's in- serving projects outside the let them know. Write to the yielded about 4:) bushels. (per to beef cattle will be a breakthrough
for the -
hospital to accurately and fully corporation in May 1876, City until all residents inside editor of our local paper, to acre, the 4 ton rate yielded! (Ml\) hut( could benefit, u1-
or neglected its responsibilityunder its inability there is some feeling that the the City are taken care of our local officials, to Governor bushels per acre, I the 8 ton rate all the. poultryimm.. cattleman
the law by failure to provide report such activities to the public. It is time is again approachingwhen could be heard. 'Askew to our representativein yielded 103: bushels per acre and the consumerBrookerItomc

notice of meetings; excluding the press also frustrated by failure to understandwhy we must invest in a new Tallahassee, Frank
the board and administrator feel it city hall due to space require- The people opposing a Williams, or to Representative
(the public) from decision making sessions rent
housing project in. our
Don Fuqua in Washing
: ments and the inroads of time
to withhold such information. Fire
; and meeting privately prior to necessary and termites on the 42-year- neighborhood are not Destroys ]
radicals. We believe in ton.In
board meetings in which formal action old building. our Bicentennial ,
will be taken. Surely the hoard knows that as an progress, but progress and to us let's recreate the spirit of year our BROOKKK; The Taft Gil- pt'oplehoparked on the side

appointed governmental body it is But this time the cost wouldbe means rent industry(Federally jobsnotlow sub- founding fathers let's not more house on SR-231 just of the narrow road blocking
and of the much more than the $100 continue in our of south of here was completely the .
No resolution; rule, regulation or responsible to representative to the back in sidized) housing projects that ways apathy l'merjll'nl'y'ehlch'S:
expense city let's concerned. destroyed by fire on Thursday
t"ormal.lction is binding unless it is takenat people of Bradford County whose tax 1934. In fact, the last estimate, over-impact a community get Jan. 2.1.LaCrosse: -

an open meeting, according to Florida dollars supported the hospital last yearto several years ago was overcrowd our schools, -Jerry j .all. -illIH'"O" Say'H
law. Under the legislative intent sectionof the tune of 138000. $290,000, and would un- create traffic problems, and Lawtey, Fla.
completely destroy property Fire Chief Wayne (;F
doubtedly be much more than Steve Cow art Wiring
the law. every step in the decision- that values. Starke.Fla. Mclntire said that about 35
making process; is an "official act" as a These tax monies do nothing to anchor today. cars parked along the narrow Meets: ,. CodeSam

necessary preliminary to formal action the rising costs of hospital care on Toward this goal, the cit y City Our Commission recommendation is to to study the per cent loan basis. If we road leading from SR-231 prevented

and is therefore required to be open to an individual basis. The hospital needsto has set aside some $35.000,. the bottom line of these borrow only what we need and vehicles' the from large fire fighting the Wilson, recently doe
the public.In ensure public trust so that doubt and andsaltsaway a few thousand i "Federal Planning Grants." can pay back we can retain reaching missed building inspector for
suspicion of hospital activities do not each year in its building fund They all say in simple terms, our dignity as a City and tell scene. Union County made the following -
from such sources as "potrental" i take those brief-case-toting "The people need to be educated signed statement on
"You -
lead citizens of the to take theirnt't.ds our money and we
at least; four instances, the hospital county from the telephone i take over to Bureaucrats to go jump.Let's to stay away from Jan. :20..! 197ft in regard: to a
your power
board has met privately to take formal to outside agencies company, about $3.000( an Govern." fires" !Mclntire said. The news item in the January 8
action in personnel matters starting in nually. But at the present rate retain the right to do same problem of blocking issue of The Telegraph:

December of 1974 when three membersmet Attorney Richard Welty has since of grow th. it will be some time If we have to have money to our own planning and plan to roads has occurred in this "'J'hl'reas an error in the
office to advised the board that they have been in before the building fund I meet EPA standards, let's do only that which: we are area many times previously account of the dismissal of the
sign a
in attorney Welty's reaching a point where a new borrow it from the Farmers forced to do and-or can affordto Union In-
letter asking the resignation of former violation of the law. and has told The city hall is possible. Home Administration on a one do. The Chief said the LaCrosseunit spector County in the Bradford
that in the future such activities A G. (Art) Loudon.Jr
administrator George Canova. This Telegraph got within l.ooo) yards of County Telegraph on Jan. 8.

action was taken even without the will not occur. the Gilmore residence and the 1976. In that account I Ias in
Brooker truck reached the
of the other two board mem- correctly quoted as citing the
know ledge 'Ri but
% fire ran out of water and
bers. The hospital is not alone in its viola- < COVN was unable to get back down Guaranty Federal building as
i j -* lorrn. > an example of a building that
tion of the Sunshine Law and we realize y the road to refill the truck's
did not come under the codes
A meeting of the board and medical that through honest oversight viola- miliij water tanks. adopted by the CommitteeThe

staff Aug.26, 1975, resulted in a decision tions will occur. However public trust *c44fft + Mclntire also revealed that report should have been

to demote head nurse Gloria King. Mrs.King's trust in the media and trust of public LaCrosse volunteers were referring to another building

objection to the demotion at the agencies is an interactive and interdependent \/ BOB G FERGUSON JOHNM. MILLER delayed in getting to the fire which is in Providence, Kla.
/UW-" because: of indirect and not the Guaranty Federal
meeting Oct. 16 was the process. Publishers
board's regular When they arrived the building which definitely met
first public mention of such.action. Published each Thursday and entered as second Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Fla undlll,iAct' was blocked. road all requirements of the building -
We hope that in the future news of March 3, 1879 code. I hereby give my

monthly meeting of media personnel will not be excluded Subscription rate in 'trade area- to per year: $3 50 six months. Alachua County deputiestried J permission: to release this
At the regular
from of bodies in which Outside trade area. 17 per year: $4 OOtixmonihs.Phone toclear the roadway, but information to the press."
meetings public
December 1975 administrator Richard Mclntire was uncertain if any
} Edmondson: requested the media toy decisions affecting the public are made. 964; 6305 Starve." Fid. citations were served on the --Signed( ) Sam Wilson,


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NAACPTOIIOLD Crosby of Palatka on Thurs-
AWARD BANQUET day, Jan. 22. Rev. Crosby Is Community News By Elisabeth Clvens: Walter I
The Bradford County the second oldest man in the
NAACP will hold Award United States and is the oldest
Banquet on Saturday an Feb. 14, active minister.He celebratedhis Parish. Rev. Willie Stitt also Prayer Meeting. Wednesday Church School at 10. BTU, 5 "'IrstJorn\ Church of the pastor. Sunday services begin
r at8 p.m.at the Starke Holiday 122nd birthday on Wednesday pastor.The Young Adult Choirof night Senior Choir rehearsal. p.m. Regular services will be !Living Cud Elder Sampson with Church School 10 a.m.
Inn. The speaker will be Rev. Jan. 21.I Pleasant Grove will meet Thursday night, Story held Sunday Feb. 8. White pastor. Prayer meeting with Supt. Jeremiah Johnsonin
Donald Pelham. Music will be Mrs. Austin says the each first and second Monday Hour at the church. Ladies Ebenezer: Baptist Church each Monday night at 730.: charge. Worship Services
furnished by Sister Estelle Crosbys ate planning to visit night at 7:30. Tiny Tots Circle meeting Friday night. services begin with Prayer Terry Service each Wednesday 11 a.m. and 4 pm. Visitors
1i..I6 Waters and Sister Susie Bradford County in the near rehearse at 6 p.m. Tuesday. Junior Choir rehearsal, 6 p.m Meeting and Bible Class night. Friday night always welcome.
Banks. future 7:30: p.m. Friday Prayer Band Meet Thursday night. Sunday ser Prayer Meeting and preaching. -
CC..CStarke. Wednesday, Bible Class 8 ing,7:30p.m.: Friday Monthly vices begin with Church the Old 1 m&zao
GIRL SCOUT CHURCH NEWS p.m. Thursday. Sunday ser- Sunday School Teachers School at 9:30: ; Worship Ser New (Hope \Baptist Church.
COOKIES) SALE Antlovh Missionary Baptist vices begin with Church Meeting, 6 p.m. Saturday. vices, Ham. and 6 p.m. Rev. S.W. Mosely pastor.
The Girl Scouts are taking Church. Rev. Dennis Strong School 10 a.m. At 11 o'clockthe Sunday services begin with :Mt. PlHgah AMt Church Church School, 10 a.m. Morn-
Starke.Florida orders (for their annual cookie pastor The Community Choir Methodist Women will Church School at 9:30.: Morn Rev. George Farmer pastor. ing Worship at 11. Afternoon
..Sunday: Baptist Men's sale. Please cooperate by givIng will rehearse tonight (Thurs- render a program. Communion ing Worship at 11. Dinner Church School, 10 a.m. Communion Service, 4pm.Greater .
Breakfast 7:30: a.m.; Sunday them an order for this day/ ) at 7:30: ( All interested Service 4 p.m. served at 1230.: Evening Service Service at 11, terminating Allen Chapel AMK
School, 9:45: a.m.; Morning worthy cause persons are invited to Join the Mt. Moriah services begin 6pm.New services for the day. Church, Rev. R.G. Heastie
Worship 11 a.m.; choir.Mrs. Berry Is president. with Church School at 9:30: Bethel and tbt'nezerlJullUt : First Born Church of the pastor. Friday night Love
Associational Music FesUvaiat PERSONALSMrs. Prayer Meeting will be held a.m. Communion Service at | (Churches Rev. Leroy Living God,Elder S.V.Cohens .'east,7 p.m. Sunday services
Madison Street Church, 2 ( ) at 6:30. H.L. begin with Church School, 10
Aretha Austin, Mrs. tonight Thursday : 11 Davis pastor. Services for pastor. Evangelist Trippof "Did e\ler'think" that
p.m.; Training Union, 6:15: Vera Diggs, and little Tara Sunday School will be the only Greater Bethlehem Freewill New Bethel begin with Wednesday Fort Lauderdale will'con- a m. Communion Service. 11 you
p.m.; Evening Worship 7:30: Hendreith were guests at the service on Sunday Baptist Church. Rev. Jasper night Prayer Meetingand duct a two-week revival a.m. and 5pm.Philadelphia. arguing with some people Is
p.m.Monday home of Rev and Mrs. Toby Pleasant Grove and Mt.Moriah Williams pastor. Monday Bible Class combined nightly at 7:30: The public Is Baptist like trying to read a newspaperin
: Girl's Ensemble United Methodist night Tiny Tots rehearsal Sunday services begin with invited to attend Church,Rev. Willie Mayberry a high wind?"
6:40: p.m.; Youth Choir

Deacon's Tuesday Meeting: WMU, 7 Council p.m. " " .

10:30: a.m.; WMU Business
Meeting 11:30: a.m. WMU t t i t
Luncheon, 12 noon; WMU POODFA
Program, 12.30: p.m. 581 OFF 5OI OFF
Wednesday: Family Night
Super, 6J5: pm.; Sunday I I
Workers Mtgs., R.A.'s I I
Friends Mission Friends, 6:45:
p.m.; "Hour of Power". I IR I
Action Emphasis, 7:30: p m; I I
Trustee Mtg., Adult Choir,

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Visitation, 1:30: p.m.; Youth 11 PRODUCTS EXCLUDED. 320 SOUTH' PRODUCTS EKCLUDEDrl .
Valentine Banquet 6:30: p.m. .. lr WALNUT ST. 11-II r

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Rezoning Sought for New Cia., Electric Rates Going....*: Up-

Electric rates will be goingup placed on the January bill Is 1.6 per cent Increase for users. allowed it will probably be
Subdivision on Bayess with the first increases due to a/ rise in cost in all items Clay Electric purchases reflected on the' April bill.
reflected on the January and used i! by the Cooperative for approximately 26 per cent of Clay Electric purchases
February bills, announced providing service to its users. its wholesale power require approximately 74 per cent of
Frank Porreca was given was too close lo residential Clay Electric Cooperative this The Increase! came about aftera ment from Florida Power. wholesale power from KP&L
permission to advertise for rezoning and church property. past week and another In- (financial, study was made by Florida Power & Light
; a 14 acre tract on Action was delayed fin a crease expected by April. Southern [engineering Company has filed a request
Hayless Highway from open request by Mildred Glisson for The two increases will total C(1n'8ny\ of Atlanta., with the Federal Power Com Henry Block has
i rural I to KlC I (residential) at rezoning 10\ acres of a 14'a : 6.9 percent to Clay' Electric An increase: in wholesale mission for a 20 per cent Increase why
the January 27 meeting of the acre tract lying\ between SR2:111 customers.A power cost by Florida Power in wholesale power 17 reasons
Bradford County Zoning : ( and Wilson Road east of A will be effective January
5.3 percent cost increaseper Corporation cause an rates to should come
Hoard, The property is locatedon Starke. Several members said additional, you
kilowatt hour sold, to beHead 1.6 percent increAse 1. 1976.
"the old Crosby place" on they were not familiar with I hi i s( i 3t jti kwh used on Feb.rual'V The cooperative protestedthe to us for incometax
the east side of the highway the property and wished toinspect '
:- electric bill. increase and a hearing/ has
across from Willard Oilskins' it before giving per. StartWorkshop \Florida Power had previously been scheduled on the matter. help.
farm. mission to advertise. \ requested a 16-20 per "You can be assured we will
Porreca said he planned a In other action the board Held
cent increase but, said E.T. do everything legally possibleto
subdivision for conventional ,received the resignation( of Marlin, general manager, the lower the amount of the
well mobile I Dudley (Hardy as its attorneyand Mrs Mary Hayes
homes as as 1I' handicap cooperative/ was able to negotiate wholesale rate increase or
homes and purpose of the rezoning appointed 1 Jess Wolbert of coordinator for CUBBAgency's \ a lower rate of 9.4 percent stop it completely," stated
was to allow him to the law firm. Shaw. Kopelousos Head Start Program which is the result of the Martin. If such an increase Is
place mobile homes on half & Head as his successor. reported on the speech :
acre lots instead of one acre as Hardy recently appointed improvement workshop heldat i# _"'
required by the open rural county attorney said there the Neighborhood Facility
classification. might( be a possible conflict of Center for Head Start staff of CRABTREE BUILDERS Reason 5. If the IRS should
Bailey Walling was given interest between serving both Sheriff Gets Detective Clay County on Tuesday, January I call you in for an audit H&R
{permission to advertise for rezoning the County Commission and 20, in Green Cove ARE YOU THINKING OF BUILDING A HOME? Block will go cost with Not you.at legal no
additional as a
one acre on U.S. 301 the Zoning! Board. ''h'lutr..rd. l Sheriff l>ol h Reddish Springs.
County |> displays an award representative but we can
north I ) from agricultural/ to Zoning Director L.M. prcseiiUil\ to bin! department! from Official' llelectKe I\I./a./ !Mrs. Gale Sweat outlined Give Us A Chance To Bid answer all questions! about
HH i business, retail) The Gaines introduced membersof /hitfor, outstanding:( clc.pt'lIvc'1II'k( tin the celebrated' Melrose activities that could be made how your taxes were

sidoof property:301 i< is. one-half located on mile the north west the new who Board will take Murder casein (Ihe;March I issue on the newsstands' this week. help with speech Improve-
next month if approved by the
of Stuckey's.Walling ment and
learning kits- H&R BLOCKTHE
said he planned toerect County Commission. Theyare were, demonstrated. She also Otis Crabtree Larry Henry
a small cement block : Harry M. Hatcher. Jr.Im'k ., ;J
gave a summary of the differences INCOME TAX PEOPLE
building to operate a grocery !\ Olin K.L Matthews, between 964-8037 485-1064
and WALNUT! 964-8286
fruit and produce store if Lowell Parrish. and Mrs. Add flavor to hamburgers by putting in one grated raw -language. speech 410 1/8-1/29 118N OPEN 9.6 WON.SAT
rr/oning is granted.( Jewelle Crawford. potato for each pound of ground meat

(for i'rait Bethel The'rezoning permission board Church one refused acre Hood to James advertise on) 2i-A from: ().K: .;:..':.':'.'\\.i t.. .,'....:.... :.. ... I:;.,;:;.:.:::\:.f;;(:?. / Mii; {1}}t?f.!: ";'::,::: '" ,.,.' .....!Wf:W!'J t))1-)1JjW r; ,;.!;,n t w :::):.:: .... II PAICaFIIECS16e """'\ ? ;;' :{::'::::;:: ; : ::;' .:,,< ;;'!:" \.:.

open rural to BA (business ::.. / i ..:... '. ::.,,. .' .;....;. .:.,. ..... .:' : OF Ua l A' :J. '. .. .
iiutomotive) '.:... I ,.;...... : ..;.....:..:.. .:. .:f'..:':.;.:.":'..:,".:: .; \ '\t' / -" ....- ', :." '';. '.
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: : .:. :.': .
he '...'. ':. .. ,".. ...' :..:.", 20 OZ'f \ '" .. ./.#." / .. '
said Mould -
('rail like .
to .
operate a part-lime auto ;;,:: v :-'f;;":! :::':r" \(/ \ .. \ c.:: .
LIMIT ': : :!1'' .. '.
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repair( : !shop nn the property '" .. \ ,'
hut t the board felt the location TWO ;,,1?':(;.. LISTERINE ... L \ E -"
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1 .:'.:.....<.::1...: ANTISEPTIC \ .., .. '" ,,,' '. ".... .:
21 Demos Qualify GALA :

For County Posts }Ii=1 1-1MOUTHWASH & :; REG. SIZE% \ .w .' }i

s i\\('Illy-one candidates forproctiHl
\ ( committeemen and .
riiMimilteeuotnen of the
I I'.riullord: ('utility I Democratic .
I'\'c ul\l'! (Committee) qualified '
for the :M.iri-h !9 l primary ., "
U-lni-e. Hie dendtute..1an. 20.
Tlms (pt.Illymg| were "
Lillian C Pearson.!! Pet,. 1.
thou' I Bright Pel Vernon
I: slur l.ila, Hue Yawn. Pet.
'.. ieiirge; Pierce. Pet. 4; ,
I.II C'Ill' (irei'ii.i James V
('......11\ .Ir.. 1'i.\ : Sylvia
J Krddi.sli.: ( Pel I Ii. James W SOAP
Prinro. Kli/iibc'th: Walker.
IVI, 7. P.1 I; I. ..Matthews.! B;
Inn (; st\\lit. Pet 9. Wm. K:
I '.111'1"'| (" '. Pct 10: 'onme M.
(Cl.uk. I ''c'! B.irron.: Pel. 12: Guy
.\lIclre'"". Kli/ahelh': S. An-
it li4-ws.I 1'1:1\ : ,\. Violet
Crosby PC-I 14: Arthur
-s liulAnnie: Schulz. Pct.
I l-liit-h: precinct is entitled to .'. .:.
one man and one woman
member\ on I the committee.Yfifiinoes .
nHIIll'. filled by : : ;:: :::: ; ;;;::: ::; : : :; : :": :;: : : : :

appointment. 1 .:.
'I 1 lie only candidates qual- -'
Urpublu-an Party were ,: MISS BRECK ; ;
Richard .FVelty; for State 'i: Rib VO"k (: .: MEN S DOOR
('lIlIll1Illtt'c'mall. and Pat 89 :::::: 4L 99

Wt'ltCfll' suite Committeeuoniiin .:./ LASTING I HOLD ) SWEATERS O MIRROR REG 588
\ :No (Republican candy ,; EXTR4DRY ; 7 88
d.iics. 'qualified. for their tasrne: NON-AEROSOL HAIR SPRAY OZ -LIMIT ONE .:.::
futility committee at the pre- :;; :: Hntp .;';:,:::1;: ASSTD COLORS. FABRICS-REG. 7.99 4 SHELVES (EASY TO ASSEMBLEI!

i-ini-l I \ level.Demncratic. 'Party procedure )( ''IIIIIII SCENTPERSPIRiiNT .lvi. WELLA LADIES STEEL

has been changed so that u k l UR) LIGHT P04V0EREO TED, :.;.. ( I ;t t. 99
the Male Committeeman and : 69 I 4 REG 888
Male. committeewoman will : Pry i:: KOLESTRAL :i 1199
!I. elected by the county committee N'
rather than bv'voters :: ';':,:;'.: I a; FOR HAIR 81! SCALP 1 7 OZ LIMIT ONE \.:'. ASSORTED COLORS-REG. 99c SELf-PROPELLED-REG 13988
in t the These: posi- \' '
lions are primary now held by JamesV. ; } ; h'O i::.J\\ < MEN'S __ 22" POWER

Crosby Jr and Jod- yc SUAVE : c

win /. ) 37\\ SHAMPOO 89 K. t;; ORLON SOCKS 77 MOWER 11988

Escape Try ONET ,1 : 4r P i r:. WARM 8. COLORFUL-REG 4 49 730A REEl & 6FT ROD- PEG 593
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: \ i .. i,1 APRICOT-LIMIT 1 .
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Fatal! ToInmate .
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Guard : .:,. .. : .. .; ..:' ,. -. ,,:: SUCRETS C ::). SHIRTS 3 SPIN COMBO 1288

0z ...... .,;. 77 .
6 : \\ LOZENGES :
|M''ple died one tin inmate :. i! PLASTIC
.iixl' nnc a uiiard..! when' tunprixitntrs CUTE !! J : LADIEPSANTS 4 99 88 00 e
l aiteinpted i to escapeSaturday. DeVILBISSVAPORIZER 3
..1,111.t.:! near !.sunsetat ;: :;:. ....,." 3" !t BAIT BUCKET O<
the Kcceplion and :Medical POLISH '

Center I here 1 DDoucHE/SVpS48lE/ CHARACTER KNEE-HI'S REG. 99c aSDBN-REG 1 29
Prison) dlhcials! indicated, 1 REMOVER ". : MODEL 132 1GALLONCAPAClrt.LIMITOI'jE KNEE HI NYLON
,: -
.i.s vfiE;
that the "I'ison'r"IS killed 1 by !/: c
stain( blasts! Irom tower : t)) ALL 59

'Guards..1a second in the prisoner attempt recaptured which. :. :>...<.. MASSENGILL 39* l{: SOCKS UTILITY CORD OO

A K2-,ear-old guard. Paul :
(\ ii
an apparent heart attack during Si-i |
the shoot out! Jordan was i 66 399x495
found dead in one of t the PLAYTEX7 i{;f SQUARES
lowers' alter the escape at..1I c ,.
I<<,mpt. Jordan had fired l his '. : "CONEIFOAM (REG. 1.99)) REG. 4 99 FROM ALADDIN
!shotgun! at the escapees and : DEOD. TAMPONS / 5f ;
wan apparently in I the act of . '. .. 4 COVER ROTARY
exchanging' \ the shotgun for a :.. : ..:.':. '. : \ 16CT REG & SUPER LIMIT ONE \\r:
rifle when the heart attack \ s IRONING 166
occurred .,. !: '.I" \ .1k- Jf., SET BOARD DIMMER
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r, .
.'. .. ... .01 LAY'S TWIN PAK .
The prisoner killed was ;.;: .. fJlJ ,., .. ..;. .. .;. 'A.C _.. ':,..( .:.LARGE AND RUGGED =611
identified as Terry. Hudson. ... t tat( ( "" .. -..,. L' 67 .!. MADE OF DURABLE COCOA FIBER
2:;. who was serving a life !sentence ': .J Ute I ': 5" POTATO CHIPS
I<< robbery in Pinellas .i. 1 ;., REG 239 .
County He had been<< at KMC: ,' : J REG 89C-UMITTWO .. : \. 44 88
i 1 sentencedThe since last July when he was ..'; LIMIT I ULTRA BIG f} {; BAG 1.99 DOOR MAT I
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Floyd Thomas recaptured!Mayes.prisoner.38. is (( U1 TRA : :" 99c-LIMIT TWO : :: DELUXE-REG.2.59 WISS-DELUXE

currently<< serving a 13-year: : 77' ,
prison term for robbery in f LASHASSORTMENT 9" PAINT LOPPING
Sarasota County where, he was :: 88 99
sentenced last April. ;' C 12'/ OZ OLD FASHIONED OR 13 OZ QUAKER HILL k ROLLER SET 1 SHEARS REG. 6
Su/i Wilson, spokeswomanfor 8 99
the Division of Correction r '
!!, said that the two inmates :. II.l';: ; DENTYNE 3 ::':;i 7 IN OR 9 IN. (YOUR CHOICE) FLUORESCENT-MODEL 90001

the attempted RMC: administration to escape : ; ) C / METAL 18"
over 6 6 REG. to i 09
building' climbed onto the I i s 4 BONUS PAK F9R 77e( LIGHTREG. ]
fence between two towers that :;:{ PAINT TRAY FIXTURE 588
r overlook the building.; Correctional .S "' 18 STICKS- REG 29c-LIMIT 3 PAKS : ... 6.99

. officers using search- .........::.<......'...;... .
lights, opened fire on the pair

I, 1 when building they into jumped the yard.off the ; PEOPLE TRUST ECKERD'S I FOR QUALITY PRESCRIPTIONS AT


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,1 7.UHS Students Earn Straight-A's 4 Kingsley Village Group

School:seven: students union took county home High all ter of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace son of Mr. and Mrs. David Puffenbarger Linda Rue,
Petitions For
A's for the first nine week Rivers of Raiford. Hendricks of Lake Butler. Kimberly Thompson, Johnnie RezoningA
grading period ending Nov. 4, Billy Hemme, son cf Mr. Hendricks is specializing in Wills and Melody Wilson.A .
according to UCHS counselor and Mrs. David A. Hemme of agricultural studies, taking and B honor rollers in public hearing will be heldat in
Thomas Kymer. Raiford, Is taking mass agriculture II, advanced !biology tenth grade were Jose Acosta, the Clay willbeheldat7:3op.m.: the
media, algebra II, County Zoning new Clay County courthouse,
Straight-A students advanced employability skills, Donna Arnold, Mark Barrick Board ,
are: meeting on Thursday and the
Gerry White, a senior, is sity science chemistry and var- geometry, physical educationand Cynthia Clyatt, Jimmy Feb. 5, on a petition signed by is the Kingsley sixth Village item on hearing the
taking independent studies in sports. The junior Is also a introduction to wrltln Cochran, Ronnie Griffis, 41 property owners of the area agenda.
Latin, advanced science, phy varsity baseball player. Ninth graders making A sand Carle Guynn, Diane Johnson, to rezone portions of Kingsley
sics advanced math, book Walter Filer, also a junior, B's for the first nine Jers Roberts and Bobby 1 Lake Subdivision from RB
is science CUll
lab assistant weeks include VotingSet
keeping and varsity sports. He study- George Acosta Waters. (single family residential to
is a first-string basketball ing mass media, chemistry Beatrice Alexander, Jennifer Juniors making all A's and RC. permitting mobile homes.
player and the son of Mr. and advanced math, and U.H. Beilling, Britton Dionisio, B's were Silvia Acosta, The area sought for rezoning -
Mrs. William White of Lake history. He is the son of Mr. Scott Cason, Toby Dillow, Eugene Albritton, Janet includes: Lots I through SaturdayLow
Butler. and Mrs. Walter I. Filer of Michael Dukes, Jana Fillyaw, Brannen, Terri Cochran, Mar- 24, Block A; all Blocks B, C Income residents of
Elaine Parrish, daughter of Lake Butler. Gary Griffis Glenda Hen cia Douglas, Jackie Rivers ZL and D; Lots 1,2,15, IBof BlockE Clay, Union, Baker and Brad-
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Parrishof Only sophomore to make dricks, Cynthia Mitchell, and Mary Taylor. ; and all Block H, I, J, K of ford counties will cast their
l.ake Butler, is also a straight A's the first nine Mark Mitchell Cindy Nelson, Seniors taking home all A'sand Kingsley Lake Village Subdi- votes on Saturday, January
senior. She takes a three-hour weeks was Larry Hendricks, Stanley O'Steen, Elizabeth B's were Donna Alex- straight A students for the first nine week grading periodat vision. The area affected does 31, between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m.,
block of Independent studies ander Michael Bielling, Union County High School Include (l-r): Larry Hendricks. not include any waterfront to decide who will represent
in home economics and also Lanier Clyatt, Donna Crawford Walter Filer.Gerry White and Hemme. Top row: Kathy property, and would not permit them on the Board of Directors -
studies math. Lawtey Hookup Delay Urged Marie Davis, Paul ('arroll, Elaine Parrish and Bobbie Rivers. operation of a mobile of CUBB Economic
Kathy Carroll is taking Dobbs, Eugene Flnley, home park. Agency, Inc., for the year
advanced secretarial it is recommenuec! that Merrell Hart, Debbie Jackson The for ahead.
skills, The city will post a sign on Caught In Theft requirements RC
home economics and psycho- Lawtey residents not hook up the door of the city hall and Stephanie Lane, Chris .. .2J Juveniles and RB zoning are the same, During the last few weeks,
logy. The senior is the to the new city water system publish a notice in the Lawson,Debbie Lee, Timothy After a four-month Investi- taken from a vehicle belong-- except that RC allows mobile the CUBB staff has set up votIng -
daughter; of Mr. and Mrs. until they are notified by the newspaper when the system is McGill Pete Olin, Terrie gation the Starke Police homes in the area. With approved places prepared ballots,
James W. Carroll of Lake city that all lines have been operational and hook ups can Pinkston, Robin Pritchett, Department arrested two 17- ing to'Bruce Howard the water and sewer, the and informed candidates and
Butler. flushed out, says Mayor Ben Melanie Read, Aubrey Smith, year-old juveniles on the theftof night of last Oct. 8 while on he required area per unit is 8,500 voters on registration and voting -
McCulley.Pumps. be made.the mayor says. Use Denise Stephenson, Alton a pistol and CB radio from a square feet. With approved procedures, and a large
Bobbie Rivers, an eleventh for the system of the system too soon could Thornton Alan Tuggle, ShaM parked vehicle, was BUS.attending night school at septic tank only, 10,000 square turnout for the election is
grader; studies Spanish III. arrived Tuesday morning. result in an excess amount of ron Varnes, Marian Wamsley Starke Police Officer Wither The items stolen were Iden- feet are required, and with expected.In .
Algebra II, typing, journalism They must still be installed by chlorine getting into the water and Nedra Williams. Waters said that the juvenileswere tified by Waters as a .357 neither approved water or Bradford County's District -
Jackson Contractors of Report cards for Union sewer the is 1 (Starke) the voting
psychology; and American of systems individuals, apprehended and Items calibre Rugar Pistol and requirement
students will be a
History. She is the daugh Pompano Beach. McCulley says. County again recovered. The items were citizen's band radio. 15,000 square feet. place is at the Neighborhood

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SYIVAH1AMAGICUBES told to get out of the truck
I LL about two miles from the prison -
iY1t NUTS = :!!! PRIN and the trio proceedednorth
20 GALLON :.. S on SR-121 to Jackson
ORPUNTERS TODA Y of color ville.
D EVERYDAy8Ck and"" hIrefim Grant then revealed that
11 they overtook a blue Oldsmo-
6'/4 piccCE nte bile occupied by Charles and
9 OZ.CASHEWS. When You FILM Mildred Walker of Tampa,
; !foog i = o (their daughter Susan Delgato;
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YDA Y or the regu'ar' uy two rol//.of gato.
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C Grant Indicated
cii TWICE motioned Walker to stop and
THE 1.1 forced their way into his
REG vehicle at knifepoint. Two of

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2f !" of until Baker
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iiP't '; I I t' deputy overtook him and
; pointed a pistol at him. He
IT said he then drove at speeds
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rage III TKl.Kr.RAPH January 29. 1916

I! Tornado Five Edges Buchholz, !Remain Hawks

,",. UndefeatedThis
I ,, i,

L, Gets Easy Win Over N. Marion .' ":"';0"11.':/." i. record Hawks week's to extend 6-0 with action their wins saw winning over the

';",'i' I the Lakers and the Warriorsin
Avenging an earlier season BUS controlled the ball The Bobcats missed scoringthe Coach Mike Sexton thoughtthat The Bobcats beat the Torna i Bantam League Basketball,
J loss to the Bobcats, Bradford then. Both Kenny Hamptonand next two times they the victory over Buchholzwas does 60-48 in the second gameof I sponsored by the Starke
High varsity cagers knockedoff the hot shooting Alfred brought the ball down. Little a real good team effort. the season in Gainesville. : Itecreation Department.
of Bill and
Shooting Goodge
Buchholz 51-48 in overtime Kenny Hampton drove for the "Willis Berry played a real
Ross missed what would have
Friday, Jan. 23, and Tuesday been the winning basket and basket and was fouled by Fred good floor game and did a Score ByQu.rt.rseyrhhall <' jWf 6 Kenny a Wednesday Gnffis led victory the Hawksto of the
Marion with 1:11 le't in OT. great on defense. He had :
Jan. 27, walloped the North the game went into overtime. 10 13 II 12 2--41 Lakers 55-50. Kerry Fisher led
Marion Colts 69-55 with both Hampton made his second 11 assists Sexton said. Bradford 17 14 6 10 5--JI
Buchholz took a 48-46 lead in the Lakers with 30 points.
shot for 51-48 Tornado advantage said
in Starke. a Sexton Kenny Hampton -
games played the first seconds of overtime ball- Bradford Baker 5 1.10, W.vn. Barry In the second game of the
after Bradford's played an. outstanding 4012, Rot 9011, Wllll Berry 104,
Buchhol Game Wayne Berry doubleheader the Celtics
Maris missed a long shot by putting a lot of ,
Jackson game Moody 204 Hampton 1.1.3. Total 251. 1
fouled Bobcat Glen ina Warriors in
Bradford basketball fans from the corner. Willis Berry Dale Layer one of 51. downed the 32.30 a
Mere treated to an edge-of- fight for the ball under the rebounded for the Tornadoes. pressure the Bobcats key performers. Buchholit Jackson 4110 Layer laII ..... hard fought defensive battle.
Buchholz basket. Marion sunk ,Gould 4 16 Marlon'.0 e,Marl 10. the
your-seat contest last Friday Berry couldn't control the Layer was held to 12 points by The Celtics were paced by
night when the Tornadoes both ends of a one-and-one to ball however, but as the ball the Tornadoes defense. 2. Scott 000. Total 1,12 edged 51-48 by the taller Bob put the Bobcats up{ 48-46. went toward the sideline it hit '--- 1 12 points and Ronnie Lennon
cats of Gainesville Buchholz. Alfred Ross tied the score Maris on top of the head so North Marion Game 4 y with 10. Edward Winkler led
Starting off hot the Tornadoes again 48-48, with a lay up off the Tornadoes got the ball out Tornado cagers had no IIbgC4I the Warriors with 12 points.
opened a 16-10 first period the fast break with 2:15: left in of bounds with 14 seconds left. trouble dispatching the North The Hawks again found vic-
margin and outscored Buch- the overtime. As they had all Buchholz didn't get the ball Marion Colts 69-55 in their tory Monday, Jan. 26, coming
holz 14-13 in the second period.It night the Bobcats worked again until only four seconds 1i+ second home game of the back from a 31-28 deficit at
was a 15-for-28 performance carefully patiently for a remained on the clock. week Tuesday night in a game lJ; halftime to stop the Warriors
for a sizzling 53 percent of good shot. But under pressurein The Tornado tempo was which saw Coach Mike Sexton 43Lg. 5446. A balanced scoring
their shots from the field. the overtime period they coiled in the second half of the clear his bench in the second attack from Bill Goodge
The Tornadoes cooled to 38 incurred a three second violation game in which they hit only 38 half.BUS Eddie Thompkins and Kenny
percent in the second half, when a player stayed in percent of their shots from the jumped to an 18-6 first Griffis led the Hawks to the
however. Buchholz gradually the lane under the basket too field compared to 53 percentthe period margin, then ease up win. The Warriors were led br
picked up the difference, long and turned the ball over first half. Buchholz pickedup on the 2-9 Colts. The easy win the sharp shooting of "T.J.
Roger Marls knotting the to the Tornadoes.The five points in the third ran the Tornado record to 9-4 Jackson who had 29 points.
score 46-46 on a driving layup ball was shoveled to period outscoring Big Red for the season. Pulling out a 39-31 win over
with 1:15: left in the game. A Wayne Berry in the left corner 115. The Bobcats kept picking the Celtics, the Lakers were
mad scramble to control the and the 6-4 Tornado center away and edged the Tornadoes Wayne Berry led the Torna V led by a 20 point performanceof
ball ensued. Finally with 38 sunk a long 25-footer to put the 12-10 in the fourth period. +n 949w does with 16 points, his bro- Kerry Fisher. Kenny Clark
seconds left. Bobcat Fred Big Red up 50-48 with two min- Alfred Ross! had the hot therWillis Berry added 12 and had high markers for the Cel-
:Marion kicked the ball out of utes left in OT.r hand Friday night and was a Milton Baker had 10. The Tornadoes -' tics in this game with 18
bounds. high for the Tornadoes with 18 hit 31 of 73 field goal points.
.1- points Wayne Berry added 12 attempts, or 42 percent. They Mid-season standings of the
points and Milton Baker 10. )' ; were 7-for-ll from the free teams are: Hawks. 6-0;
I Buchholz kept pressure on throw line. The Colts were 25 Warriors,3-3; Celtics,2-4; and
r SOCIAL SECURITY Baker and Wayne Berry, of 35 from the charity line, a Lakers, 1.5.BHS .
usually the big guns for the 71.4 percentage. Don Evans
BENEFITSTo Tornadoes but Ross spoiledthe was 11-for-12 from the free iBradford's
J Bobcat strategy by hitting throw line for North Marion. CagersTo
assist in meting death expanses there Is from both inside and outside._ !
i a lump sum benefit In practically all cases where Score by Quartan
7 Meet
When Buchholz SA
closed! the >
,, M Bradford la 15' 13 13-* ,
the deceased covered Social
was by Security. score down in the second halfit r rf North Marion 6 10 13 26--SS
': This amount, the minimum $253.50 and maximum was Ross who kept the Tornadoes r + Darrell Moody shoots" over the outstretched
hands of tall Bobcat Robert Gould who led
Buchholz with 16
Bradford: Baker S 0 10.Wayne Berry Lake Butler
$255.00, can be paid to the qualified surviving on top. making it 34.29, points
141 rile ROM 000. Wlllll Barry 6013 '
spouse. If there Is no spouse then to the 36-31 40-36 44-40, and 46-42 Bright 000 Best 1 01 Moody 2.15.
plus he scored the pressure Godwin 044,Ayco. 10 2. Hampton 6 0 Qpi) QUIZ Bradford High basket-
person who assumes responsibility for the fun Football Banque t
basket in the overtime. Ross Who wouldn't win with 12.Aldrldga 0 2 Carter 102 Anderson bailers will play host! to the St.
eral expenses. hit on 9 of 15 shots from the support like this from Brenda 101 North Total Marion 31169.: Gordon 044, Guynn 1. Augustine Yellow Jackets this
field. Wayne Berry was even Robrrtt 1 3, Frailer 000. Butler 41 11. west 7(. On Tap TonightThe Friday Jan. 30, and Tuesday,
hotter hitting 5 of 7 field goal 72. Robert 000 Evens 21117. Totals Feb. 3, travel to Lake Butlerfor
Archer Funeral HomeDOYLE attempts. Sexton also said that the IS 25 55. a big game with the Union
defense was the big factor in annual Bradford High County Tigers with both
M. ARCHER, {".F.D Tall Robert Gould led Buch- the contest with Darrell Football Banquet will be held i doubleheaders slated to beginat
holz with 16 points guard Dale ( Jan. 29)) at
Layer had 12. Glen Jackson Moody doing a real good tonight Thursday 6:30: p.m.Earlier .
has the National Guard Armoryon in the the Tornadoes
improved tre- year -
10, and Fred Marion 8 points. f
Edwards Road in Starke at
496-2008 4962056Volunteer Buchholz was lo-for-17 from mendously, the coach added. travelled to St. Augus-
Alfred Ross! bad a career 7:30: p.m., sponsored by the tine and defeated the Yellow
line. The Tornadoes
the free throw -
Ambulance Funerals Monuments were lfor5.r high 18 points according to Bradford High AllSportsClub. Jackets 5342. Friday's game
Sexton. "Twelve of the points 1 1'e will be a preview of the District -
came in the second half whenwe Guest speaker will be Bobby -i. :: ; ....i'' R t Five 3-A tournament
really needed them,"" Sex- Bowden, recently appointedHead THE MOST fttNT3) SCOfltO 91 which will be held In Green
-a.f fnllnl' rnrrYYl.l"' "" "'""'::IIIr..I' / ton said. -GROUNDHOG Football Coach at Florida A PCFEW9CMAN IS IW HELD CoveSprings at Clay High and

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1 ,r ljlrul I,: : IIIIIII\IU\llIIIII\1l11ll11l11ul ll l\l I u\l \ mlllllultl;"11 ..ill\ll\I IIIOOI \\ II V - -- for Tickets sports are club priced members at $1.50 and Youth is when you blameall Butler.Hilliard Flashes UHS 68-51 at Lake has

C4LGLLL: [ 1l1lU; ;[! LOOKU.S. $2.50 for non-members. There your troubles on your eight wins and currently seven losses.
DeWitt C. Jones will be tickets available at the parents; maturity is when The Tornadoes are 9-4 on the

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The Union ('0. Tigers lost took Score by Quarters I had 14, Paul White got 12. and over the victory and said that
the second chapter as the Score by Quarters ter margin They increased a 45.38 lead into the final White his best t
((54-58 Friday, Jan. 23 Santa P. 12 19 20 Union High 14 17 14 2368Hllllo.oI Sam Jackson 11. Gerry :
to Santa Tigers took a 32-31 lead into IJ- 4 the lead to 31-24 at the half and stanza.
of the
a 16 14 13 51 b
Fe in Alachua and Union High 16 16 14 12-58 game season > getting
Tuesday, halftime.
Perry picked
Jan. 27, the Tigers upset the nine points in this quarter.The .up Santa Pti Campbell 408, Hartwlck BHS Wrestlers Split 2 Meets Union High Holmes 1 1 3, Parry 2 Ace Bunch was the game'sleading blacked 10 rebounds.!shot and 12 did assists nut! havea a
Hilliard Flashes filt-51, who 13 0 It. Freemen 306 Brown 204 IB. G White A 214 Wllllami 124 scorer with 19 pointsfor
were ranked second In the third quarter saw the Sheppard 6 3 IS Jenklni 3 3. Totals 29 Jackson II, P. White 60 12,McGill 1 Milliard. The Donnelly turnover
Raiders 664. Bradford High wrestlers quickly pinned Mark I 13, Lovelace 1 1 3. Total 29 10 68 He praised the play uf Sam
state 2A circles this week at come out red hot, "i brothers each got 12 to also be
Union Might Perry 10727. G. wnltc 6 in two home Coleman. and Paul
broke Jackson White din
Lake Butler. sparked by Cleve Hartwickwho even Milliard: Thompson 1 1 3, Thrift 103 in double figures..
2 IS Wllllami 217 McGill 124. P.
hit on eight points to takea matches, defeating theSt.Augustine L Donnelly S 212. T. DonneHy. 6012. Thomas elated lug the contest
While 1 02. Totals' 22 14 56 was
TheTigers moved quickly to 5l-46lead into the final I quar- Deaf and Blind Wrestlers Meet Favor 011 1. R Seeley 1 0 2, Bunch 6 7
a 16-12 lead in the first quarterof Perry was the game's lead team 39.25 on Thursday Jan. 19. Totals 20 11 51. -- -
the Santa Fe Game as ter.Santa Fe used a press in the ing scorer with 27 points while 22, and losing 33-24 to Lake Eastside Monday Baby Tigers lIeu Raiders 39-111,
Boysie Perry hit on eight of second White in Weir on Monday, Jan. 26.
half and opened up a Gerry pumped 18 The Bradford High Wrest The vaunted Tiger
his points during this phase of 59-50 lead early in the final markers for the Tigers Erie Biggs continued to ling team has only one match kept I the Flashes! off balancethe press I
the contest. The margin was quarter\ but the Tigers gradually Hartwick had 26 points all spark the Tornadoes by scheduled against Gainesville entire contest. The '1 igers Lose Close One 4./1-<1.4 To HilHard;
narrowed by the Raiders in crept back. on field goals for the Raiders. remaining undefeatedwith Eastside Feb. finished
2 strong by
on Monday, outscoring
rugged ,.
Bruce Sheppard was also in two wins over Santa Fi Mr loud' III(I 1 bnln
Hilliard J V
when host 23-13 to seal
they the Rams at the big The Union County Tigers .,..., .
6 ( .ilhuun' 6 0I\ I I u
double >
figures with 15 points. opponents. 7:30: in the BUS victory over a team that is broke even bv defeating t the ... .
Edwards, sub- p.m. gym. ( ".v tt s 0 1 HI(' tnt/'lc 1111 1 (I w
I BIIS Tennis Action Set Santa Fe out rebounded the Tommy also in the Tigers' district. Santa Fe Raiders:313\ on Fri
TuesdayThe Tigers 3726. Ralph Williamswas stituting for Jimmy Clark who The Tornadoes take a
day. Jan. 23.: and losing! a close!
the big rebounder for the recently reinjured a shoulder record of eight wins and two .
the th..hlliard Flashes
in the match with Lake Weir, losses in dual-meet i. Boysie Perry was game to TinHab> Tigw. trailed) I In-
Bradford High;!; Girls at the Starke Golf and Country Tigers with 11, Gerry White competition leading scorer for the Tigers Ut-44 on Tuesdays Jan 27 nt
and Boys tennis match with Club Courts. and Paul White each had in his first appearance of the in the match with East-: with 18 points. Gerry White Lake Butler I Milliard! Flushes |ha>. ni.iin.i1 "'
Gainesville High.( School in The boys team will not play seven rebounds. season for the TornadoesLake side. In the game against the a- ten points during the CUM
Starke scheduled for Tuesday its first match until Friday, UHS hit on 22 out of 59 shots Raiders the Tigers! held Jan. 27, was Feb 6, when they travel for a 37.5 percentage. Santa 1 Uii-k hut it tell short i"i the I '
postponed to early season 4'KMloss !' :
L. Butler Green Cove Awarded District Cage TournamentsPalatka avenge an "h'l.i-hcs held on In win II'/: 41
because of ram and wet Alachua to take on Santa Fe. Fe canned 29 of 68 shots for a in the opening.( game of the
courts. Boys Coach Jerry McGnff 42.6 percent.
Butler and Green Cove the District six 2A tournamentwith South, and Palatka season.
The girls team under Coach has eight returning lettermen, close and
Hilliard currently the Central. The game was !
have been awardedthe
Melba Howard will have a including seniors Larry The Tigers really played Springs area's district basketball second ranked team in the The tournaments will be exciting and was in doubt Pecan YieldReduced
match with Alachua Santa Fe White. Andy and Randy well in the big victory over the tournaments in a release state, Jasper, and Jackson-' held on February 26, 27. and right up until the final I boner
Feb. 3, at 4 Crews, and Scott Tinsler. By
on Tuesday p.m. Hilliard Flashes, according to made by Floyd Lay executive ville Episcopal. 28 as the Raiders but stole the
Coach Jimmy Thomas.A secretary of" the Florida High The draw for these tournaments ball with seven seconds! Jell (MossPecan
strong defense spurredthe School Activities Association' Green Cove Springs will be will be announcedlater and missed ant>asy shot Spanish
Tigers to a 14-8 first quar- on Friday, Jan. 23. the site of the district five 3A UHS and Santa Fe were tied
A f'u Tournament with Clay High, at the end of the opening chapter growers and other
yip Union County High will host St. Augustine, Bradford High, at 14-14 Leandrew Pringle fruit and shade tree ownersin
\\ .\\ TornadoesTiger 9 1 and Raymond Webb led the this area are watching
Baby Tigers with six points the increase of Spanish
e in this quarter. their trees be.
apiece moss on
gattue To Meet TuesdayIn Pringle got seven points in cause of the adverse effect
\ M. the second quarter to help the it will have on their crop
1$0 P Lake ButlerTwo Tigers to a 25.20 halftime lead yield.
E, The Tigers took a 37-32: lead Graduate Entomologistsat
\\ P tough games will be into the final quarter Florida Pest Control
Su P'M, featured on the Union County o Pringle with 17 points and explain that Spanish mossis
&. 1 Rev Jack Drake Tigers forthcoming basketball v Webb with 12 were the big not a parasite as is
schedule when they travel to guns for the Baby Tigers rather commonly thought
Williston this Friday, Jan. 30, Greg Calhoun with 12 points but an air plant having its
and Tuesday, Feb. 3, play hostto CRAWFORD' and Gary Gasett with 10 own seed. It suffocates the
CHURCH OF GOD the Bradford High Tornadoes markers were the big guns For tree by clogging' its breathing .
with both doubleheadersslated the Baby Raiders pores ... it shades out
422 N. St. Clair Starke to begin at 6t:: ) p.m. As the Bassmasters arrivedat The Bassmasters will travel --II.F. Wiggins;left, and It..". sunlight ... it harbors insects
Rodman Pool in February.The Score Quorlon
Pacetti's Fish Camp on to by and disease organ.
the Red Devils the
Catching ona won Januarytournament .
Kr.tant ,
14 II I. ? >
tournamentwill Union Hiqh' and
Come Hear Rev Jack Drake From real cold shooting night on Trout Creek off the St. Johns February of the ItradfordK.issniaslrrs 1 I Santa Fe u 6 11 6 18' isms. It adds weight
River last Saturday, Jan. 18, be Feb. 7 from 7 a m. to holds moisture and during
Jan. 6 in Lake Butler, the in a (told rnugh

Carlsbad New Mexico Nationally Known Tigers/ easily defeated then 65- they began to wonder if they 6:30: p m. All boats will launchat day ..r fishing on the St. Juliusltier. UHS Pr.ncjlc'' J \" '.rmon,.i 408 periods of heavy rain and
:33 But last weekend Williston were dressed properly.The Kenwood Landing Webb 6 017 Smith, I 0' Totals t I. J J9 wind it is often this added
Pat Welch and Dale Johns that limbs to
wind of causes
was howling out weight
Camp Meeting Speaker & Bible Exposition defeated Hawthorne 6562. the Northwest with a heavy tell me the cold weather has -..--- ---- crack or break and of
The Red Devils have
now won
killed most of the in this makes the tree
and lost overcast that made it even grass course
two 12. worse. It was an uncomfortable Rodman. If cold weather will more vulnerable to insects
Special Music & SingingIn BUS has lost only one game day for fishing, as well as improve the fishing conditions Wayne DouglasCustom and disease.
since the holiday break and non-productive. Most Bass- I wish it would ice over for a Spanish moss can be
Each ServiceHost will bring a nine and four masters returned to the land- few days, including Feb. 7. --I killed quickly, safely and
record to Lake Butler for the ing early, eager to call it a This is the time of year Old itJ1 al.oaoc economically. Florida Pest
Pastor Rev. Mel Drake game which is expected to day.After Jaws is looking for a bed so .+ Control uses a special formula
draw a capacity crowd. weighing in what few all\ you Hawg Hunters had power spray that
fish were caught we found better replace the old line on kills the moss AND its
H.F. Wiggins and R Bryant your reels and make sure your (]a i GJB( seed but does not harm

;lll ii"" i '""'" "" : :;:: u IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII! l :'''lilllllllI; '''; :' WALK 0 N the small winners.floating They Ripala.used They the equipment ing order. In is the in next proper few work days trees pecan shrubs trees spraying or grass.must For.

Id 1"11 III! : ', :: : !: worked the shoreline like you could come face to face Cutting & Wrapping Of be done during their dormant

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''' "I III IplllullllllilIp! !Ip!! '!"! \ IIIIIill\IIIIIIII\1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII\! \ : \ ':! \ THE SOFT together.Bobby Allen We used and the I fished bloc ...." closer People to your will tale listen if you a have little Your Beef or Pork I' and After January spraying disintegrates in this the area.moss

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in the Trout Creek area. Pat Occasion.
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*- <_ Legals ('lIlln1I'TIVIT.S.. LAWTEY Prescott and faJtyly' Mr. and I HAMPTON
Church of God: Sunday Mrs. John Norman and

NOTICE OF INTENTION to meet API service class MM !School; : 10 a.m. Worship Ser- -- Evans, Mr. and jtfrs./ Wilbert AREA NEWSby
TO REGISTER MS and DG available SAE vices 11 a.m. and T p.m. By Elizabeth Terry ... Austin and fail Jb>, Mr. and

FICTITIOUS NAME grade, 10 W thru 40 W and meet Prayer Meeting Tuesday 7:30: Mr. and Mrs Sidney Harbin Sunday afternoon.Mrs. Mrs. Richard Austin/ Mr. and

Pursuant to Section 865.09 military specifications MILL- p.m. YPE Friday at 7:30 p.m. and Donna of Orlando, spent Louise Bowman of supper Mr. and guests Mrs.of their parents, Mrs. Carl Norrjel end sons. Josephine Fontaine
Raymond J
2104A Evergreen: Baptist: Sunday the weekend with their 1'iDarlenc-
Florida Statutes, notice is hereby Normanragnd
1 5. All grease oil, School 10 a.m. Worship Ser parents, Mr. and Mrs. l-I.L. Jacksonville spent Sunday Bryan. 8V\*. Mitchell )friends &NeighborsMiss
that the purpose
given undersigned with her and
son daughter-in- C.A. North Mrs.K. Cowan, and M V Zfettie Pad- Tracy Bruno of Miamiis
and 6:30: Barfield.Mr. Norman
90 and 140, 5 gallon and vices 11 a m. p.m.
Louis Brodsky, P.O. Box 216, grade
law Mr. and
Mrs. Edith Swinney, and Mrs cream spending two weeks
servV i ice visiting
drums. Gear lubricate Prayer Meeting Wednesday, and Mrs Wayne Gus- gett. They
Hampton, Bradford County, 55 gallon and
tafson of Green Cove Bowman family. J.F. Robertson, attended the and cake for Mreshments. in Hampton with Mr. and Mrs.
MILl-2105 specifications Springs
Florida 32044, doing business must.meet pm.Faith Baptist: Radio Program were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Barry Watts was a Sat funeral of her sister, Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Clifford' Mar- Arthur Bruno and friends.
under the firm "COUN
name urday overnight guest of Mr.
6. Multi in 35 over WPXE Starke, 8 their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Nellie Johnson, of Vero tin were hosts I h ( a birthday
TRY SIDE MOTORS", Box 216, purpose grease and Mrs Glen Ray Alford and
lb. containers and 120 Ib. con a.m. Sunday. Bible School 10 Bill Dobbs and family. Beach, on Saturday. dinner for their Bother, Mrs. Recreation
Hampton County,
U.S. Naval Station
Col. and Mrs. Wm. Wilson Martin <> Sunday. The Wednesday Afternoon
Florida 32044, Intends to tainers. a m. Worship Services 11 a.m. William Harris and nephew, Walter n
sad fictitious name under register the 7. All #2 fuel and kerosene to and 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting and his mother, Mrs. Wordie Mayport.!Mr and Mrs. Doc attended the Military-Civilian Guests were hay\ other sons Craft Class meets at 2:30: p.m.
Mosley Banquet on Thursday night at famiHl \Mr. and at the Recreation
Bible of Ocoee and their : Hampton
7:30 Melton the
provisions of aforesaid statute. be supplied to the courthouse, Wednesday : p.m. spent visited their brother and sis-
the Patrick Air Force Base Kenneth (Martin and Center.
weekend with her soninlawand Mrs
Louis Brodsky, sole owner. agriculture building health clinic Study. ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Al
Officers Club at Cocoa Beach.
Mrs. Ralph
Mr. anti\
United Methodist Mr. and family
Dated this 14th'day of and county jail. Grace : daughter, Mrs.
January! A.D., 1976 at'( Starke, The board reserves! the rightto Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Worship Lonnie Teston. Other guestsfor Mosley sister, and, Mr.brotherinlawand and Mrs. They were guests of Col. and Martin and faulty)? Mr. and Attention Senior Citizens,
Florida. reject any or all bids Services 11 a.m. and 7 dinner were their son-in- !Mrs R.B. Moody on Thursdayand Mrs Don Martin'\ and family your next meeting is
1/29 4tchg 2119NOTICE pm. Choir Practice 7 p.m law and daughter, Mr. and Albert Burris, of Middleburg Friday nights. They were and her sister. (Mrs.) Sidney February 6, at the Hampton

Gilbert S. Brown United Methodist Fellowship 8 Mrs. Charlie Mosley and on Saturday. Saturday overnight guests of Hansen. Recreation Center (City Hall)
------------- Mrs. B.Jo' McCulley was a
Navy Capt. and Mrs. Larry and her
1/222tchg/ 1/29 pm. Wednesday. family, of Highland. Mrs Carl Nol'lal'l at 7 p.m.
OF INTENTION United Methodist Women Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jonesof Saturday overnight guest of Baker of Merritt Island, who sister. Mrs. Dari/ne Norman,

TO REGISTER met Tuesday morning at the Starke visited Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Quillan, gave a cocktail and dinner were hostesses tj1/ birthday Hampton School; News
------------- of Jacksonville Beach
FICTITIOUS NAME FOR BIDS home( of Mrs. Frank Coss with Mrs, Les McClellan Sunday and party for them on Saturday party for her so\,\ Andy\ ,on his On Arbor Day, Mrs. Carolyn
CALL !Mr Mrs. Charlie Ar-
Pursuant to Section 86509 Mrs Millie Hand as co-hos- afternoon evening. 5th birthday. Th>VV had a wei- Brown representing the
For Monday February 2, 1976 wood and Mr. and Mrs. H.W.
Florida Statutes notice is here- tess. The meeting was calledto Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Doc Mrs. Iva McKinney of ner rosat for the following Starke Junior Woman's Club
by given that the undersigned at 10:00: A.M.. in the County Mrs. Edwards, of Jacksonville Starke, spent Sunday after- : Jim t-rmeth! and dogwood tree to
Room In the order by George Mosley are pleased to learn of !guests( presented a
Alen E. Taylor, Rt. 1.Box 198, Commissioners Roberts and was opened with the marriage of their grand were Saturday guests of their noon with her cousins, Mrs. Kevin Norman bale and the Hampton Elementary I
Bradford County,
Lawtey, Bradford County, Courthouse, devotional by Mrs. Coss. Mrs daughter, Miss Phyllis Wyke, parents Mr. and !Mrs Bennett Onie Thornton and !Mrs. Marvin Norman!i. Mike and School. With the help of school I
Florida. Wilkison Sr.
Florida 32068: doing business Starke, tandem Terrell, who is a winter visitor and Albert Mitchell Ellis, of Pierce Crews. Donna PresCt, Phillip principal Tom Casey, Mrs. I
Two diesel powered Mr and Mrs.
under the firm name of "BRAD- from Massachusetts had Laurinburg N.C on Satur- Tommy Talley Mr. and Mrs. Earl Teston Crews Kay SVtord, Victor Jean Clark's first and second
FORD TIRE SALES". Rt. 1, Box dump trucks with 12 yard capacity charge of the program. There day, Jan. 24, in Calvary and son, of Jacksonville, spent and family attended the and Jeannie T'I) \ l\\1sIY. Enoch graders planted this tree and I
1976 trucks.
196 Lawtay. Bradford County, 1975 or new be were 15 women present. After Baptist Church of Laurinburg the weekend with their wedding of their nephew, Glen Starling, Janet < riffis, Debra named it Mrs. Dogwood. This I

Florida 32053. intends register Specifications the Clerk's may Office pickedup in the the meeting the hostesses Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. parents, Mr. and Mis J.C. Durl Tucker, son of Mr. and Oilamar.\ Pant I<* and Cindy is the fourth year that Mrs.

said fictitious name under the in served a delicious luncheon. Johnny Wyke Her uncle and Tye Mrs. Marion Tucker, of Jack Taylor. Mike t outherlan Clark's students have planteda
provisions of aforesaid statute. Courthouse Starke, Florida. Mrs. Onie Thornton, of Au- sonville, and Miss Catherine Anders k l/e and Windy tree by the
Gilbert, Brown Highland Baptist: Sunday aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Vog- Scotty dogwood! given
burndale is
Allan E. Taylor sole owner. F. School 10 a.m. Worship Services ler and family, of New spending sometime Margaret Helmick also of Austin Sue SiVh., Sam and JuniorWoman's Club. All four
Dated this 28th day of By: Virginia Darby 11 am. and 6 p.m Smyrna Beach, attended the with her sister, Mrs Jacksonville, at the North Robbie Normal, Wayne pre of these trees are alive and

January, A.D., 1976, at Starke, 1/222tchg 1/29 Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 wedding. Pierce Crews. We are happyto Jacksonville Assembly of God vatt, Evans 1 jy1osl ley. and well.. The children are on a

Florida. Harold Bland of Greenville report that Mrs. Thornton Church last Friday night Tommy Barnes, regular schedule to water and
----- p.m. ,
1/29 2/19 went for a checkup in Jack !Mrs. Leonard Norman and the trees. The schoolis
4tp IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF North lde Baptist: Sunday was a Friday overnight guestof "V'lie care for
-- ,'------i ----- BRADFORD COUNTY, School 10 a.m. Worship Services Mr. and Mrs. B.F. Mc- sonville Friday and received a Mrs. Carl Norman were hostesses who cat)/fot forgive grateful to the Junior

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 11 a.m. and 7pm. Culley and David. good report. for a surprise birthday others destroy the/ bridge Woman's Club for their kind-

EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy weekend Donald at Wilkison Kin sland.spent Ga.the party for Leonard Normanlast over which he tyhiself) must ness in donating these trees.
FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRADFORD Friday night Guests were
and of Starke.
Harper family, pass.
No 76-1
with the Army Reserve Unit
Mr and Mrs. Cecil Hardee
COUNTY. of their George He>frt Friday. January 30, is aTeacher's
I IN RE: The Marriage of HAL were Sunday guests Mr. and !Mrs. Ted Bryan and Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Norman,
SCHOOL NEWS Mr and Planning Day;
BENSON HAMILTON Hus grandparents Mrs daughter. Lisa of Gainesville. Mr and Mrs. Albert Norman Progress miRjil have been
CIV'ILACTIONCasa Ele- will be
16 students
On January Lawtey therefore
Their soninlawand ,
band, and LEONA H HAMIL-- Carl Prevatt. and Mr and Mrs Ronnie all
No.76-4 celebrated Mr. and Mrs. Doc Norman, right once plat it's goneon at homeor
pupils assist parents
mentary daughter. Mr. and Mrs. free to
TON, Wife Williams and
Sun loo
sons spent Mr and Mrs Frederick Pres- long.
RONALD J. MANGUBA. HUSBAND Arbor Day with two trees L.H. Harper, visited them to have a day of fun.
I vs. CATHY G NOTICE OF SUIT being planted.. One of the trees day afternoon and were cott, !Mr and Mrs. Vaughn Ogden Nash

MANGUBA, WIFE.NOTICEOFSUir. ToLeona: H. Hamilton was donated by the Starke ....
Woman's Club and the first
404 Chester St.

Myrtle Beach, S C. grade pupils assisted in the It's '-"... E laDLE IJII site Thursday
NO PROPERTY planting.. Mr. Reedy Brad- oHcwutrrm ,

To:Ronald J. Manguba YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat ford County Forester, gave a *H SOU NllII tLIT and !
41st Co. / UV Friday Saturday
266-96-6844 an action for dissolution of short history of Florida trees u aoi
4th Bn CMR #3, and Arbor Day and after
marriage has been filed againstyou r? prktl' FAMILY DISCOUNT.SrOltCS
Box 8189 and you are required to wards assisted in planting a
Ft. Rucker, Ala. :35362 red maple tree behind the
of written
serve a copy your
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED defenses, if any, to it on library.
that an action for Dissolution of RICHARD E WELTY. Attorneyfor The 3rd six-weeks grading

Marriage has been filed againstyou Petitioner, whose address is period ended Monday, Jan. 26. EVER PRICE

and you are required to 114 N. Walnut Street. P.O. Box Friday Jan 30, will be a el/f

serve a copy of your written 905. Starke, Florida, 32091, and teacher planning day.PERSONALS. -
defenses if it, the
any to on
file the original with the Clerk of
plll ntlf1's attorney, whose name the above.styled Court on or Our low dig
and address a Hon Dudley P. before February 9, 1976; other Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Shrum price uP

- Hardy, P.O. Box 1030, Starka wise a judgment may be entered and granddaughter, of Jacksonville
Florida, and file the original with were guests of Mr.
for relief
(against you) the YO ANONTEEIAANOIr'!
the clerk of the above styled and Mrs. Harold Eunice last / J'J'e
court on or before February 27, demanded in the Petition. Thursday.Mr. e ( 11 .w .. ,, Mk'sHESS SUCKS
WITNESS hand and the > THE #1 MAKER
1976;otherwise a judgment may and Mrs. Hermie Kelly 2 \ \
seal of said Court on the 5th day
be entered against you for the visited Mr. and Mrs Jack
relief demanded in the complaintor of January, 1976 Estes in St. Vincent's '
petition. Jacksonville 1l1 g: ''I
Gilbert S. Brown Hospital, on / $7ii
WITNESS my hand and the Thursday.Mr. 1h Ir
As Clerk of said Court I OCaeue
seel.of said Court on January 21, and Mrs. Les McClellanwere Np
By: Beulah M. Moody 'l
1976. Deputy Clerk Wednesday supper ulna' d' i
1/29 guests of their son and daugh- f .- -+- TW hA tot's YxAl2li a 0 -

Gib errt S. BrownAs .-1/84tchg------------ ter-in-law, Mr"' *'and Mrs. SAVE 23-28X .eAYE 12% ait l I y h i4! a Pas5 DAB 1
Clerk of said Court Enha/ It's tM F \..
Robert McClellan, and son of l l 1 NWt y a s.q
By: Beulah M. MoodyAs IN THE COUNTY COURT OF Starke. 59 CHOICE YOUR 1.97 3 8 ll kaei yn e's f.r Nln, ?
Deputy Clerk BRADFORD COUNTY Joe Harley and daughters tafiHartadfit-
1/29 4tchg 2/19 Case No-452-CC! visited his parents, Mr and Discount PriesCASEM3"Was 79 DISCOUNT MICE WAS ZJJ-.tT DISCOUNT PHICf WAS 4' IH !vt that jrictlcJHr tiM
OEUILISE SPIIM lIP if rflrruu imccdl S CMS If the SItvst tae tat.
--.----------- Mrs. Hubbard Harley and
CALL FOR BIDS aunt, Mrs. Mattie Miley. ofBushnell. DISCOUNT MICe WAS J.M VJ14Z "
The School Board of Bradford tiff,
day.James ,, 111% II-II1H raLIESTCR
County is requesting sealed bids -vs- Phillips of Lake hilt nit ad t tIn ijitnt row Lni
on seven (17)) excess school LARRY O'NEAL and JEWELL Butler, and Leslie Phillips of pn'11n tIN. stays iliU irM.SM.UU., s.I .
buses and one (m) 1960 GMC O'NEAL. Defendants Raiford, visited their mother, \

motor Mrs. O.J. Phillips, on Sunday. iTAOPK &
Bids will be received until 5.00 NOTICE OF Mr.and Mrs. Wayne Harperand ff1D i, #RAl 1 v '

P.M., February 9.1976; at which SHERIFF'S SALE son, of Starke, were I O IATx PVA O n,4 r kI :
time the bids will be opened NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Saturday dinner guests of W1Ill MSA I, fs

during the Regular Monthly that I I. Dolph E. Reddish Sheriffof their grandparents Mr and

School Board Meeting of Bradford County, Florida Mrs. Carl Prevail.Mr .

2/9/76. under and by virtue of a Writ of and Mrs. Glen Rogers of t ti

Please bid on the following Execution heretofore issued out Norfolk Va., were Wednesday A U5 SAYE 1.00 SAVE

buses and motor: of the above.entitled Court, in overnight!( guests of Mr and

... 1. Bus 29, 19% CMC. 66 the above styled cause, have Mrs. Manuel Stephens and 2.94 5:98 67C
; levied the following
Passenger. upon April, of Starke.
I 2. Bus #30, 1956 Ford, 60 property situate lying and Hey Jim Hall, Mrs. Truby suns tow osCouNt lice DISCOUNT PMICf WAS Lit DISCOUNT PRICE WAS lie

Passenger being in Bradford County, Florida Wainwright, and Miss Ar- TUlS'lUTEI P.V.A, m IF TWS II" v watt pirci runs i converse r #"'

I 3. Bus #31, 1956 Ford, 60 to-WIt: thurine Blanchard visited HIM purr UMWIII U* STIILSWUIS win uqii-suL SIIMCE, /; A
r M M MIL SAL UIT FII ril TI PANT mill-conn PACE
A of land the
Passenger. parcel lying in their sisters, Mrs. Maude
4. Bus #34. 1958 Ford. 54 SE'/4 of Section 24, Township 6 Rowe, and Miss Enza Blanch 13% SAYE 1.00 SAY t4-1 I.,'( SAYE 1,00 r

Passenger South Range 22 East, Bradford ard, at Macclenny on Friday. "

5. Bus #2. 1959 Dodge. 66 County Florida and being more They attended a Work Shop eT P r IEAIgTp. 1 3.88 X44 3.98

Passenger. particularly described as follows: Meeting later at Wesley _.: flu. sirn DISCOUNT PRICE WAS 4,11UTH DI5CJ&JNT PRIce WAS IN DISCOUNT PHICI WAj4.lt

6. Bus #5. 1960 CMC. 60 Commence at the Southeast Memorial Methodist Church, MU'S USIETUU SIIEt, SIItlI IELjCTUI IF NEI'S mn THIII limn rrirlUTniOIIITHUM

Passenger, corner of said Section 24 and Lake City.Michael. $ HM-SOIIEM. IT CimiSI Lid *UtVt SUITS
7. Bus #8, 1960 CMC. 60 run North 0 degrees 37 minutes Anders celebratedhis 2 FOR I I Mae. scat I .elf. Pntvi rMMfitM rtt-VMtl pittins. MMt. Pmu *ns ottM, jMrnstv *i

Passenger and 20 seconds West along the 5th birthday Saturday witha wAslII.U TSdILINtllWeti..ItsnE ItrIPetVI.p,3tabtt.I.3-IL( **m Ma*. Wnti.JM7.

8. I960 GMC Motor Easterly boundary thereof a distance party given by his mother.

The buses may be inspected of 938.44 feet, run thence Mrs. G.W. Anders Twenty

between the hours of 8:00: a,m. South 83 degrees 10 minutes guests enjoyed games, prizes h Y

and 4.30 p.m. at Bradford and 50 seconds West a distance and party favors Mrs. Anderswas SATE 25% ,
County Operation Center 519 of 1200.16 feet for point of assisted in serving by her 21"99C VALUE PLUS! / la A I

N. Orange St., West StarkaFtonda beginning. From point of niece. Miss Gwen Zack. MLW STtn I.49

Phone 964 8780). beginning thus described con Roger Eunice, of Bayless UHTTTrtPMHT
Mail your sealed bids to tinue South 83 degrees 10 minutes Highway was a Sunday -
School Board of Bradford and 50 seconds West a distance dinner guest of Mrs. Nellie TEA STUBS 2.68 uicirii smicLiiuun SAYE 1.51.td0 !'

Cou-oty,582 N. Temple Avenue, of 145.05 feet run thenca Wilkinson. Mrs. Daisy Boch m raiiMi pun JIM WASil* N i' IT.mil SIZES LLIMIMIM
Starka Florida 32091. Attn C.E North 0 degrees 46 minutes and and Lynn 7

Douglas SCHOOL BUS BID 50 seconds East a distance of --- liVE n" DISCOUNT WASJ.ITtrs
The School Board reserves 216.05 feet to the Southerly :
: EMU Fume. tc:
IIIKU nan nIK ty0
the nght to reject any and all right.of.way line of State Road IN THE CIRCUIT COURT SIFIUU, !IIISIEJ lUTHCIfaf c'# l

I bids Of to waive any informalities 16, run thence North 83 degrees EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF 1U11II uwrt IMBT.Mlt MM U-E e '

!I n the bidding process. 07 minutes and 53 seconds East FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRAD- f ? tay.ela'' CTIM: sMs. 112. SAIr E 1
, C E Douglas, along aforesaid Southerly right- FORD COUNTY. 990'i. SAYE 110

I Director Business of-way line a distance of 116.29 ... _
r. WAS Jdt' 344
1/29 2tchg 25INVITATION feet run thence South 6 degrees In re: The Marriage of GEORGEJ. \\- ITinrI IN 2..94DiSCOUNyFAKIwsSJIT
-------------- 52 minutes and 07 seconds Easta KASDRAS husband and DISCOUNTP.IciWASJ.N'c

! TO BID distance of 214.25 feet to pointof CAROLINE KASDRAS. wife. c U?? IAtSs JEAII IN NS FUSES FII r1Uu ''

The Board of County Com beginning. NOTICE OF SUIT m sm i.oi SIVE 2.00 ill/}71 Hills, SIlllS IA NIhU kill PiLTIn1 {
mssioners of Bradford County NO PROPERTYTo ** Pit 'i* M. 'uni ttqMV Tot'M h DM ndw mi mm.mm .
wil receive sealed! bids to be as the property of the above- :Caroline Kasdraa M.MMMMWMMMIL **tt MMf. tint HI km P* mbt 1-11 t'j j
SAVE 1,0{
6.88 6.96 Vsm
named Defendants, and that j
opened at 10:00 A M. on Mon. on 405 Glasgow,
aloft run
day February 2, 1976 in the the 16th day of February 1976, Stowe Pa. lalllSS DISCOUNT pelts WAS Jilt DISCOUNT PRICE WAS l.tl

:. county commissioners room in Monday, at twelve o'clock noon YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat 9 O nojtit< IUEUU. ALIVE UnnIIITtlLlfl..1.

r The courthouse for the follow on said day on the premises of an action for dissolution of Y M Iflllll LUTIER AYES MUI WITS PIRFIIUTU DISCOUNT PDICE WASJ4.M

, 1r1Q' the Bradford County Sheriff marriage has been filed againstyou wAS.1Af SMf-fLUICT1II TIP 111 Ill-Sill LEIS IEI'S i* win STIES win I/

0 This)will beta package bid and Office I will offer for sale and Caroline Kasdras and you -.__.-... IUVT MTT STEEL TIES
will be for the fiscal year begln- sell to the highest bidder for are required to serve a copy of UPlIIImo tit M-ttwHM ulitrl Cmffurwttt.
rang February 2, 1976 and cash in hand, the above- your written defenses if any to #Ih AI Mr -r o. I Mknhlart iHts. III

running through February 7, described property as the it, on the plaintiff's attorney 1.39 fwA31.TT
1977. property of the said Defendantsto whose name and address is \

1. Regular gasoline not less satisfy said Execution Dudley P. Hardy, Esquire, Pierce IMMJ, ; .j.jI

than 94 octane B Hardy, P.A., P.O. Drawer SAi M 11LL41 o k.
2. Diesel Fuel #2 Dolph E. Reddish 1030 Starke, Florida 32091, 1- I,I ',IIL t

3. Motor oil, case lots in 24quart Sheriff of Bradford and file the original with the \ I -. I 880

cans and 55 gallon drums. County Florida clerk of the above styled courton '" q 1. i
Motor 04 will meet API service 1/22 4tchg 2/12 or before February 25, 1976; I wAS 61f : 1j
clasaficalions DS available in otherwise a judgment may be ; VALUE PLU1 SAYE 1.00 SAVE 1,00
------------- fAMElE 21'G :AYE 1Ex "flit : :
SAE grades 10 W thru 40 W. entered against you for the relief DI GEl {
Trw 04 is to meet requirements Ihe 3 4 x.96 3
of under sar Old 171z&' demanded in the complaint or 97C 3.88 IN TIM TA e m
engines operating petition. DISCOUNT MICE WALJ.TTiisniiii DIsCAINtdice WAJMTMsttjr
vice dassrfications D.S. This oil WITNESS my hand and the DISCOUNT pmci' WAiOJMrrT: DISCOUNT rein, WAS 4.11 II 12U.UIIII rnuTT uiu DISCOUNT rtici/ WAS AtfHICl
is to meat requirements for military II IIr' seal of/ 6 temi PIIIT UUL1t IYUYfIIII III ,_
said Court on January 20, nwe un .DUAl. 2$ IITMII OTMSIIIMII 1.29 FM m WIUJIH mm PtuijtU rw TIpS
WAIT MI a 5US. .
specif) ications' Mill 45199 C 1976. STMMIMUTIIItatPLUTMTMLIIX .is it usni, wirrIIMO Rut ntt uhrti .lUll t
WAS.1./tiL1f f HtmM6rCMft.in U N tnJCII .... k.t An t .t.t4l's ......
for high/ output diesel engine I MIIIIIT IUIIE | < S.lL| I N #,...,... ... ill" tL KL : !l lll1IIIn. .. 1
crackcaM oil.' It shall/ also meet Gilbert S. Brown

the manufacturers recommendation As Clerk of said Court EAGLE THE CONVENIENT
for series :3 lubricatIOns. By: Beulah M. Moody FAMILY DISCOUNT STORES 312 Madison St. Pack. Reg. & Kings 100's

4. Motor ol in casa lots 24 "Many an argument k round As Deputy Deck Opero daily 9'til9 Sunday il6 964-7513 CIGARETTES 470 =$44 $454 [ DIIAdr

quart cans and 56 gallon drums -just found. 1/22 4tchg 2/12


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Jeannette School New Prescott f- Ii' CLASiriiiv

A planning day for teachershas

been set for Friday, Jan. _

30, and there will be no schoolfor "- -' ""'; _"" "M""'_'__"' >OO __"w..o.q._", _>_,.,_____v....''' >....-_"'., .. ... ,... ? ....___.ff""." """
students that day. Report

cards will be sent"home Wed- Floriland

nesday, Feb. 4. PERSONAL SERVIC' t fOR RENT r fOR SalE j 393 N. Temple Ave

City Election ,Furn. House on '4 acre Near

Candidates qualifying for Good fishing area. /fl. CPetsion. Real Facts ''trwillc tar

- -
the Brooker the deadline City Election REDUCE safe & fast with FOR RENT: Mobile home furnished FOR SALE: Mobile Home Parts 3A. on Bessent Road. Other lots REAL .ESTATE on Real

before Saturday, GOBESE TABLETS & E-VAP washer, air tlOO mo. and supplies. OLIN'S MOBILE in City for Sale. I EALTY

Jan. 24 Carroll, were:for "water pills". Andrews Drugs, Wheeler, Lake Santa Fe, HOME SALES, Hwy. 100 W. - ''''''''J.-l: ..".. .....It,.... ,,, EstateCecelia

Roy mayor, one Keystone Hiway 21, Melrose. 475-2401. Starke, 9645606. tfchg. House
13th St. Jax.
Height 1/29 Btp on Ra.
3 BR 1 bath frame in
year term (unopposed). Lawtey -
3/18 no pets. 1/292tp2/5 ----- ------- By
- ,
Joyce Castlen, city clerk $17,000.
"' ------------ 3 BR 1 t
Bath Comer Lot.
one year term (unopposed). OPEN : FOR RENT: Furnished mobile - -
: LOTT'S OF BEAUTY Sales service, installation, Mostly financed.
For City Councilman, two Rd. 325, Hampton. Call Sue home 12 x 65, 2 bedroom, 2 stereos phono, reel-reel, - 3 BR 1 Bath frame, cent. heat Terwillegar "

year incumbent terms): Henry Otis Tetstone Harrell Lott for appointment. 468- bath, A/C&C/H on 1/2 acre tapes cassetes, radios. Work New office space, mostly fur air, fenced cor. lot $15,000. A real estate broker must be well informed as to the
( 1197. fenced, 1 child. 9175 month. - -
1/29 4tp 2/19 guaranteed. 155-A West Call, nished, for rent. availability of mortgage money in a community. He
and George Pierce. The other 468-1406 Hampton. Itp 1/29 2 BR frame stove & ref. In
------------ 964-7329. trchg. - makes it his business to know how, where and how
incumbent, Kenneth
Young, WILL BABY ------------ If country $13,000. terms.
SIT at home, any ------------ you own property outside of much mortgage money can be obtained on various
not The
did qualify. election
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished - -
age on Forsythe Road. county ft want to sell See Us. of property.
will be held Tuesday, Feb. 10. Contact Catherine Taylor. trailer miles south of FOR SALE: 12x64 Artcraft VERNIE P. ODOM 2 BR 1 bath frame, carpeted, pieces When you hire a real estate agent, he is working for

Council To !Meet 964-7976. Itp 1/29/ Starke, adults only no pets. mobile home, partially furnished Reg. Broker stove & ref. $7,500 or two for you, and will attempt to help you secure the best avail-
--- Security required. 9646615. or unfurnished. 964-7700 $14.000 total. words he
--------- 964-5476 able financing to purchase property. In other
On February 3 W & L Itp 1/29 Washer dryer, air, concrete - -
WELDING 6 REPAIRS: is "on your side," and will make every possible effort
Because of the election being ------- 4300.9648341 3 BR 2 bath masonary $26,000.
----- steps or Mr. advan
Welding, best
heavy equipment, to aid you in handling a transaction to your
held on the regular council -
FOR RENT: Furnished dupleK Milton 9648673. - -
truck tfchg.
truck UNITED
repairs tire AGENCY, I INC.Reg .
meeting will date Feb. 10, the repairs..7 days week. Call 47326170r4734193.1292tp25- Gas lights, and water fur -- --- --- --- Real Estate Broker 3 BR alum siding 9500. You can depend on us to provide you with the best information -
council meet on the first
nished. 603 E. WashingtonAve. - -
206 S. Water St. and advice we have available. When buying
Tuesday, Feb 3, at 7:30: in the --- tip 1/29/ 2 BR frame $8,400. terms.
---- --- National first
AdvertisingPaul see
hall. The is invitedto or selling
city public I WOULD LIKE to baby sit for ------ ----- AUTOMOBILESUSED FaulknerBrokerIrene - -

attend. your Infant In my home FOR RENT: Unfurnished, 3 bed- Faulkner-Assoc. 1.2 Acres $2ECO.. PROFERRED PROPERTIES

weekdays. Please call 964- room house 964-6841 or 964- 964-5065 - Attractive, nearly new 3 Bedroom 1 Bath home with
."l'rlon3IsMrs. 8286 Itchg 1/29 8.7 acres in city $15,500.'
6153. Up 1/29 living room dining room, sunny kitchen, central heat
Lizzie Prescott
spent last ------ ------ - the
----------- closet paved sidewalk around
week in Lutz and Tampa visiting SEWING MACHINE REPAIRS- : FOR RENT: Unfurnished 2 bed- FOR SALE: 1966 Chevy Impala 3 bedroom, 1 bath, fence, 7.: icres in Lawtey 92,000 Acre. house A air,outside good utility space roorn..79B W. Pratt St..low down

her children and attending All makes. United Wholesale, room double wide on large lot, 9350. Ph. 964-8332. Itp 1/29 carpet, equipped kitchen, - payment..excellent financing..Hurry I

the wedding of her son, L.C. Keystone Heights, 473-3300. 3 miles north of Starke. Quiet --_--------- $15,500. 12 acres, fenced, well pole & ----_

Prescott on Saturday, Jan. 1/294tchg 2/19 country,available Feb. 1, $145 FOR SALE: 1973 Vega wagon - 911.Ic. tank $15,000. terms. Tastefully furnished 1971 Dolphin MH with 3 BR 2B,
17 at 8 p.m. Mrs. Prescott, per mo 964-8566. Itp 1/29 low mileage. Ph. 964-6768. 3 Bedroom, 2 bath, brick - lot 101 x
-- ----- ----- CH, 2300 BTU AC, fenced, nicely landscaped
carport C/H ft air, Priced to
and other tip 1/29 See for Nobel Homes
her son, family -------- --- us on your metal outbuildings, washer, freezer, garden
BABYSIT sell. Good 199. 2
on ranch. Nature financing.
members traveled to the my ------- --
FOR RENT: Beautiful MH, 12 x --- lot. mower, 30' UHF VHF FM
tiller, riding mower push
home of the bride's father in walks, crafts swimming 60, 2 bedroom, A/H, washer FOR SALE: 1973 Olds Omega - .. 413,250.
Orlando, where the ceremony lessons. Kathy Fenton, &dryer,9 mi. from Starke on Hatchback, 29.000 miles, a.r.powet' lAWTff Fit.78238O6. antenna..all -----
took The Hampton Lake, 4681659. tip SR-235. ,auto $2,600.4732022after ffiu1Long
place. newlywedsare Country setting and Green Acres Pretty lot with frees 150' x 150.perfect
Lutz. 5:30 m. Itp 1/29 .rt. ,.
residing in privacy too. Call 964-5630 p .wire,. A Hrr
._ for dream
---- ------- Large frame house, excellent your
Mr. and Mrs. R.L. Chesserof after 6 p.m. Itp 1/29 ----- ----- -----

Alachua visited their cousins ALCOHOLICS ------------ FOR SALE: 1973 Ford Galaxie condition, central H/A, 3 bed- 6 old with 3
ANONYMOUS: 20 acres, Modern CB home less than years
Mr. and Mrs. Pitt Baxteron 114 Christian Street, Starke, 500, good condition $2,300. room, 2 bath, carport comer w,9 pxp. npi BR,2BCH&A..lotsolbuilt-ins..newbarn..on/ Rd. 225
BRADFORD VILLAGE 9648602. 1/29 lot, in city.
Sunday Jan. 25.
Thursdays and Sundays, Excellent financing.
APARTMENTS 1 bedroom - Champ
Mr and Mrs. R.W. Edwardsof 8 Call 9645709.9645434or : ------- ----
p.m. ----
modern, furnished, A/C. Frame, 2 BR house, 1 bath on 1
Tampa spent Tuesday to 9646894. 1/1 1 tip 3/5 and We have reasonable building lots in Dalewood Subdivi
walk-in acre. Bayless Hwy. Area. Home
carpeting, closet
Friday with their cousin, Mrs
sion (just off Rd. 16)) city water & sewage..good neigh-
------ -- enclosed off - -
--- patio, street
Kva: Harrell
Mrs. Alice Edwards spent a perking. 315 West LOST AND fOUNDLOST 3 to 6 acres clear, 4 mi. N/Wof BuildingMaterials bors..attractive homes.
'" -
few days last week with her POSITION woman 38 DESIRED will live in: and Young care Washington St. 9648601. Starke. Beautiful property 0;; Rd. 18 across Ifce road from
tfchg - -
son. J.V. Edwards, and for elderly. 468-1316. tfchg.: 3 BR 2 CB Hampton Lake. 20, 30. or 40 acres which could be usedas
bath extra
----- dwg..on -WE BUILD -
family. She i is still unable to : Nurses pin (Riverside
-- ----- -- -- a homesite and farm or developed.
return home. Hospital School of Nursing). large cor. lot in City. W/swim- "YOUR PLANS OR OURS

The Baxters are grateful for AVON CALLING: To buy Of'sell Initial on reverse side M.G.D. ming pool, central heat & air YOUR LOT OR OURS" Cecelia T. Terwlllegar, Reg Real &tate Broker

the kindnesses shown by Avon. Call 755-2807 or write fOR SALE J with date 1943. REWARD. conditioning.
Loma Clyatt, P.O. Box 220 r - -FREE ESTIMATES- 206 West Madison Avenue Stark a Florida
Mr Baxter Marian 1/29
while Long. Itchg
everyone PHONE 964-7734
Lake City florida. tfchg. 1 & 2 acres mobile home sites, REMODELING REPAIRS i
was in the hospital! lie -- - --
-- -- ----- N.W. of Starke Terms.
returned home Friday. Jan.

all makes cleaned, oiled and week, dozer work and 3 BR Frame house -1 bath, 10 SOLD TRADED ,' Jimmy Moore'sSun
adjusted $7. Work guaranteed dragline work. Call 468-1873, FOR SALE acres land on paved road. Several SALEon

23.RUBBER James Strickland, Star Rt. Hampton, STEPHEN MOBILE HOME out buildings. ACREAGE FOR SAL!:; Sports all merchandiseBIG

corner Morgan Road ft Hwy, SMITH LANDFILL tfchg.! - 964-6853 MORE BOAT FOR
16. 3 BR, 2 Bath CB dwelling in DISCOUNTS
tfchg-------- --------- --
FOR SALE: 1973 Shelby mobile city. t Hwy 301 S Starke TFJ YOUR MONEY TF
FOR SALE: One new hearing aid home. No equity, take up STARKE PH 964-5791 UNITED WHOLESALE

never been used one used payments, good condition. George Roberts Jr. Keyston 473.3300

t HELP WANTED JWANTED hearing aid in good condition. 9647071. tip 1/29 REG. REAL ESTATE BROKER 1)) Productive Poultry. Cattle COMPLETE STERN DRIVE OUTBOARD SERVICE& 2tchq
STAMPSMade 533-2262. 1/22 2tp 2/29 -- ----- ----
-r----------- .tf 964-7826 farm in Bradford County, 70 AND REPAIR "Ut

... ... acres cleared, 3 BR., 2 bath
GARAGE SALE: Edwards Road,
Terms sewing
home central heat/air. Any
: Master Cosmetologist 1 mi. past armory on left. HOUSES FOR SALE REPAIR

To Order Contact Mr Otto's Friday and Saturday, 10 to 6. Available. CUSTOM BUILT FIBERGLASS machine tension
1tp 1/29 ..... ....... 10 ACRES - -
Beauty Salon tfchg 2)) Oaks, Pines, Flowing : FISHING BOATS oiled & adjusted 99C
---- ----- -- -
Then Qf/ica. - -- --- FOR SALE: By owner,3 BR,28, 10 Minutes From Creek 200' of New River on this WHOLESALE UNITED

HELP WANTED: LICENSED FOR SALE 1 acre homesites brick home, double carport, Keystone Heights 54 acres. Located in Bradford

Shop BROKER OR LICENSED Crosby Lake Estates, 2 mi. W. partially carpeted, drapes. 3 County $36,000. (LELECTROLUX Keystone 21chg473-3300,
SALESMAN CAN YOU of Starke on RD 100. Owner blocks from school. Ph. 473- - -
110 W. Call St SELL???? Your own full-time financed, 964-6488 tfchg. 2039 after 5 p.m. and weekends $1,750 Per Acre51590D 3)) Country living at its best Sales Service Supplies

Franchise in Real Estate, rightin tfchg. located north of LaCrosse. -------1
----------- ,
this area. And NO franchise: -- --- -- Per Mo. Almost new home 3 BR., 2 BOB MILNER 964-7604
('I.SSIFII.JD KATKS: National 10 x 20 PATIO COVER: Installed bath huge fireplace. 20 acres, I Well Drilling I
charge. Company
FOR SALE: 3y Owner: 3 bed- NO LOW LAND It 12
20 2
established in 1900. largest In $18600. uninstalled 9140.00. 10 in pasture, 10 wooded, 1310
lleMlline for insertion room CB house with CA/CH 6"
Gator Mobile Home Service. 2" Thru
field. All fenced. 79500.
its advertising all WEST CENTRAL
'lur>daNoon: ; preceding on large partially fenced lot.
372 9767. tfchg NEED TO CLEAN YOUR
.Ihursdj. ) before publication. signs, forms, supplies furnished Located 5 min. from Keystoneand FEALTY. INC.; TYPEWRITER? Come The Fast Rotary I
Professional ---- -------- QUALITY REALTY OF by
Trainingand Registered Broker

:Minimum Charge '.!.OO Instruction given for rapid FOR SALE .- Yamaha Rd. 15 100 min.in Smokense.from Starke Lake on 1-378-2.108.) AnytimeEvenings GAINESVILLE.3728441Realtors INC. liquid Office or Shop sheet and cleaner pick up for some your Drilling Equipment

Cover 13 Words) development from Start to PORTABLE Electronic privileges, low down pay Call: typewriter, State Licensed
Each: $ucce$$. Nationwide advertising Call 964-7767 ArtPalray
word over 15 Organ. Excellent condition ment. after 5
JO cents brings Buyers from Amplifier not In. p.m. 1/222tp 1/29 171-2019: 1/222tchg 1/29

Everywhere. Can you qualify? cluded. 1000. Ph. 965875 ---- ----- --- Jo-Lu MotelAND : I Pumps I
Ml Classified Ads be You must have initiative,
must tfpd
excellent character (bond- FOR SALE: 3 BR, 2 Bath, block BRASIN0TONCadillacOldsmobile
paid for in acttance miles! )UU -- ------ ----- Mobile Home ParkINSIDE
with LR, DR, Den &
have established able), sales ability, be finan- garageon MULTIPLELISTINGS
an account WATSON'SHOUSE
Commis- large lot at 1105 W. Sales Service CITY LIMITS :
wilh the Triumph in that cially responsible. OF VACUUMS New & Used
sion-volume opportunity forman Madison St. Call Freeman Fine Selection' O/ Used WALK TO BRADFORD SQUAREOR
rtrnl 511'nll extra:! charge
Register III 964-8771 or 964- Cart Taken On DOWNTOWN Sales- PartsService
woman, couple or team
fm billing. Not for brands of ,
responsible new vacuums.
that can sell. Information Used 5888. tfchg------- Cadillac Trades fOR RENT: 4 Bedroom. $200 30 Per MonthALL (
errors when Rhea over Ihe machines available. E-Z Terms
-- 2001 N W. 13 378.5301GAINESVILLE month.
plume, or when' copy is notUped without obligation. W.J.Smith Expert Repairs aH makes. per CITY CONVENIENCES ,

und brought to the or. Manager, STROUT Parts and Accessories for all FOR SALE: By owner 4 bed- 2 BR, 4 acres $6,500 FIRE. POLICE PROTECTIONCITY
lace REALTY, INC. P.O. Box 894- vacuums Built In central room, 2 bath block home, 3 tf GAS WATER AND SEWER I I Plumbinra\\ I II
A, Casselberry Fl. 32707.
vacuum cleaning systems.712 months old. Furnished Handyman special $7,500 Jo-Lu Motel
1/15 4tchg 2/5 N. Main Gainesville 376-7110. 21000. Call 964-8602. tip
Hilt SM.K:: I'Mi't! Dodge PI'', - - -- MIMOSA MANOR
tfFOR 1/29 New Installation/
4 BR, 2 lots $10.500> 9648810TFCHQCOWBOY
:". TOil < Mobile Home ParkA
nun ;<> .. --- ---- --- --- -- ----

ask Tain for or Iradf.,Call !116-1-6:105.: ,.- SALE: flute, used 8 FOR SALE: By Owner 3 bed. Nice Place to Live 2BR, 1 acre $7,500 I Remodeling I

Tracy MISCELLANEOUS months. New case included room frame house on 1 acre 2 Bedroom 2 BOOTSFor
Large Lots acres $16,500. Repairs I
100. 4311193. Itp 1/29 land 5 minutes from town. !
..... Yard CareGarbage
-- --------- New carpet throughout, BABIES-GIRLS-
Cans 2 BR lakefront $22,000
PERSONAL SERVICE FOR SALE: Whirlpool dryer. excellent condition. $14,500. Mail Boxes .BOYS-WOMEN-MEN I Durrance\\
LOSE WEIGHT safely and fat. 100. UHF-VHF all channel 9645389. 1/22 2tchg 2/29 Water Off SR-JOO-3()( BR $22,000

with X-11 diet plan 300. color antenna, rotary power ---- -- ----- Central Plant BELTSin

Reduce excess fluids with X- pack $100. SK/ertone B/W Garbage Sewage Pickup 3 BR, 2 acres $24,500 sizes 18 to 58 Pumps & Supply
PRIVATE PIANO and voice in Pel 3.00, KOCH DRUGS. 1/8 TV 468.1408ltp 1/29 BUILDING FOR SALE I
4/15 car Oflstreet Parking Southgate, 3 BR $26,000 WESTERN SHIRTS I I
struction. Bachelor of Music 15tchg ---- --- The First Baptist Church of Concrete Patio Company

Education. Please call 533- - - FOR SALE: Coastal &Alicia hay Raiford offers for sale their old Limeroch Street 30 f t. wide INDIAN MOCCASINSat

2815. 1/22 4tchg 2/12 1.50 per bale at barn. Top frame church building by bids. Electric/ Service to lAwtey 3 BR brick $31.000 864 N Temple Ave j
quality 8 miles South of The size of the 60 40 CARRADINE'SLawtey
-- - - building is x Amperes
HOUSES 6 TRAILERS pressure t MOTORCYClES J Starke. 473-3152 RodneyHall feet with a side room attached, Keystone 3 BR brick $44,000 Starke

washed with chemicals. Wash 473-4662 Clyde Hall. size 14 x 20 feet. A minimum bid Call About our Move-in Florida 782.3400 I 964-7061

away dirt and mildew. Guaranteed 1/29 2tchg 2/5 of $1,00000 is being asked by Plan Hampton-1 M acres $9,200 13tcng2/12 ,-_ :.

Ph. 4732213. tfchg. - ---- -- -- the church. Sealed bids must be Phone 14-7498

-h _ SUZUKI OF STARKE: Your' CARPORT SALE: Sat.. Jan. submitted within thirty (1301) days If Lawtey 2.75 acres $9,600 . . . . .. . . . .. . .
authorized Suzuki Dealer. - - - - - - - - - -
31st. SR-16 and Market from the date of publication.The .
TV REPAIRS 6 SERVICE: Also Phone 964-6020.304 East Call Street lilac hems. tip 1/29 building must be moved Lawtey 4.4 acres $9,500 DIRT
used TV for sale $29.95 and Street. tfchg N
-- -- -- ------ within sixty days from date of ?
up. Used furniture and ,. CAHKKK: : OPPOim'MTYl. 2 canal lots $3,JIX) ,
ap- - -- --- FOR SALE: ET Mags, four purchase and grounds cleared of
pliances.: Plumbing and bath "l.-;;(11 \\',',>k. !Stall
room fixtures. Wood stoves, FOR SALE: 1972 560 Suzuki wheels with rims. Road all litter. IMus Commission and 4 canal lots, $7,800 Top Soil
hugger tires, five slot, 15 inch, The church the
600. rightto
kerosene 4,000 miles, like new reserves '
and electric KIHIIIS-I aid VacationKxcellenl
heaters. THE gas BARGAIN CENTER 9646953. 1/29 2tp 2/5 good condition. $125., Call accept or reject any or all bids 5 to 6 acre tracts on the Santa Fe fill Dirt
9645275. tip 1/29 submitted. River .2,OIX>/ecre
:301 South tfchg.MOBILE - -- ----- TrainingProgram
--------- --- Contact First Baptist Church,
t FOR SALE Red feeder pigs. % acre MH, terms $5,000 468-1873
: P.O. Box 295, Raiford, Florida

HOME MOVING Also fOR RENTFOR 782-3822. Lawtey. 1tp 1/29 32063 'all !'MilTillKefore in a!.m.I 7 acres in town (18,000 STEPHEN
mobile home hurricane anchoring I:: ---- ---- - 1.22 2tchg 1.29 SMITH

I and mobile home roof FOR SALE: 3>/06 Rifle 12 ga. fir All Bay Friday 10 acres Theresa $12,500

coating din's MOBILE Home Shotgun, 38 Pistol. 4733300.Itchg : STAR ROUTE HAMPTON. FLA.

Service.16W & 9645006.. St. Fla Rd.. RENT: Attractive 2 bed 1/29 FOR SALE Call fieri lxl.p.m.31raiI Lawtey 10 acres $11,000 ? i t i i i 11 i 11 H it 11111111 n 11 n t i Mtitieij*
Jct. 233. Starke home 1 acre -------- ---
mobile on
room I 1:2'1) ZlchK( / 2:3EkfJ::
tfchg. FOR SALE: Ford 170. .
lot near FSP couple only.$50 engine 10 Acres off Peetsville 11 acres $10,000
- Completely rebuilt, installation
deposit, 1110 per month. Call

BILL'S SAW SHOP: Complete 964-6867 after 6 p.m. 1 1/22 4tp 9648150.available, GREEN'S 1/29 2tchg GARAGE 2/5 Brownlee Road US-301 Garage business with house on Olin's Subdivision

'sharpening service, circular, 2/12 *1750 Acre
--- --- ---
hand, carbide, chain, mower -- ---- FOR SALE: 2 choice building 700 foot highway 301 frontage, I I

blade hollow ground and FOR RENT: 12' wide mobile lots, city sewage, water, 29% Down US-301, 21 acres, terms" $ I

balanced.BUll ding Supply.Leave At Starke Jackson or White.homes Ph.outside 966114 limits.tfchg.J.B. paved streets close to Owner will finance 11 _....---..,....... $35,000 I I II

Keystone Height tfchg. jFOR _______ ____ schools.1/29 Call 964-5663. 1tp balance at 8% hF8t11tuit' t Farm, 440 acres, $700 per acre. I I

"' RENT: din's Subdivision We have all other typ
,Ipx: 20 PATIO COVERS;: Homes 1/2 acre lots, 25.00 per YARD & PORCH SALE: Sun, CONTACT: ,aka, : sxasLii a'e'$1a41t1vl .....,c' properties listed. Come in and t .. /191 x
and mobile home. $180 Water ft Sewage
month. Feb. 1. 8:30: tiN 8 p.m. 302 S. GATOR RANCH see us. "
installed. $140 uninstalled. furnished. For information call --".. Per Mo. Water! a
Church Street Starke. Something Lots For Rent 25toCall
GATOR MOBILE HOME Mark Olin, Win's Mobile : Sewage FurnishednROOKER
SERVICE CO. Ph. 372-9767, Homes Sales Hwy. 100 W., for everyone so come 964-8799 206 N.Temple(US-301))
browse & buy lip 1/29 Mark Olin 964. 60e 16 & Morgan Rd.
Gainesville tfchg-: Starke. 964tfChg.. 1/22 4lerig 2/12 ..._ 904/964-6622,468-1642 Hwy
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..?. ..ndnu..' January ."'. 19111.

City, Seeks -* *> Chamber's, Accomplishments Over Past 6 Years Are .CitedNew I

'I',IIMII. Page: |II
substantially \lower than dard Oil to donate the land Miss America has come to and have not been able to pro- phosphate mining operationsin plant similartolul'ont. 'This
when I ho power plant purchased officers of the Starke- by the chamber with prospective where a new modern Chamber Starke during each of the ceed with the project. The the Brooker area and \ ill help the job market in I the I II
emergency electrical Bradford County Chamber of doctors to establish practice of Commerce office building years Myers operated the fair firm indicated when they National Lead will open a County" Myers said
l'UI'l'I'I1I.1 Commerce will be Installed at in Bradford County Is now located: at the corner for the Chamber and the opened that they would em- ... -- -. aam .
the annual ------------- H
a special meeting of the banquet tonight Developed and prepared for of Walnut and Madison In County. ploy 25 people with the possibility -
ciiiinal Jan. il: the nerd for I Thurs.. Jan. 29)) at7:13: at the air pollution control study of downton Starke. This office This year Miss America will of future expansion. MACHINES
imTt'usvd income for the city country club. Bradford County, to be usedas was built and opened in July again be one of the featured Myers in reflecting on his SEWING
\Harold Davis will be installed
was discussed because of a regional planning guide 1974. attractions. Another feature six years as Chamber director ":
litKhtT luel! costs to operatethe as president of the and base for future area will be an exhibit of the Florida said, "the basic need for SALES-SERVICE & PARTS VK
Chamber and
plant. Dudley Hardy development. The Chamber manager Bicentennial Commis- Bradford County is finding
(City Clerk Merrill KdwardsproicVled : lakes the position of president. Myers served as chairmanof serves in three capacities as more rental housing and this -ALSO- *
i t that the city would elect. Vice presidents for 1976 the committee making the its manager, director of the sion.The Bradford County has been a continual problemin
l tall hchind its budget: Sftt.INN) lire Freeman Mrs. Lillian Pearson and study. Also serving on the Bradford-County Fair and as Development Authority which the county" GUNS & AMMO. DEALER
unless some adjustmentswere Register committee were Mac Bald- executive director of the Myers headed has had a pro- Other needs is attractingmore
for the
made is John coming year win, Lillian Pearson, Arthur Bradford County Develop ject that has been dormant for industry in order to keep UNITED WHOLESALE
Talk nl cutting expenses led Speaker Bradley of the Florida Schultz, and Roger F. Shelton. meat Authority.The several years because of the young people home and provide
to discussion ol raising luel I louse of The report on the study fair has grown both in nations economic situation.A them with adequate jobs
ad l lust 111l'111 charges to customers will,Representatives the DonTUl'ker released in August 1970 attendance and financially the small steel company several according to Myers. 473-3300 On Lawrence Blvd By Andrews

ol' the city plant. ..address the give banquet keynote and the showed that because of its past six years during Myers' years ago took an optionon Sometime in the future Pick Up & Delivery '
4chfl ve tr29 '
Insinuates: at the I lime were small population and lack of Kerr-McGee will their
regime. property on Edwards Road open :
1\17\1!> : Community Service :
th.it the city was falling behind industry Bradford County ,
Award will be
some U.lMXi:I a month in presented a enjoys relatively clean air.
citizen of Bradford
imikinn up increased luel County However, the population
John who retired
Myers as
growth and Bradford County'sproximity
Chamber leader Dec. 26. cites
ol the would
I plant to the Jacksonville
not be so expensive had the a number of accomplishmentsthe metropolitan area, Bradford MULTICOLOREDYARN I I
has made for
city Ix't'ii grunted adequate agency Countians should not be com-
Starke and Bradford TG& YFABRIC
of natural to County.
supplies BUS placent about what the future
)generate I the electricity.mronlinn may hold for the county. :
to plan! supervisorieorue Starke-Bradford County Bradford County, the report DYEDJACQUARDS
(;; I Craudons; The city is Chamber of Commerce was upon its release said, has yet
mm cut off Irom natural (gas, directly responsible for the installation to receive a citation from the
\\ filch is about : more I'll il'lI'lIl and inexpensie ( highway directional signs at violations, and the county 1
t Hum I the I luel oil presentlyin Callahan on US-I indicating must take steps now so that SHOPS
UM> :101:! link-up with 1.75 and the Bradford Countians can con-
Florida Turnpike which tinue to have the luxury of
"When 1\1' lira went to resulted in doubling the tour- breathing clean air.
iintiiral KIS) in the lute ;"ill's;,, it ist traffic on 301 through The chamber was instru-
leis supposed to cut costs by Starke. mental during Myers' tenurein
4n percent Hack then deisel The chamber officials also
helping to establish an
Kiel cost nine cents now it in January 1971 had a meetingm active and progressive Junior FIRST QUALITY I 1 'fr
costs about tt: ('('l1ls," l JI's> Tallahassee with Gov. Keu-! Chamber of Commerce in the : l
said bin Askew regarding the possibility county known as the Jaycees. t -
There( is also. a lot more of four-laning US-301 During the last six years the 1
maintain.i iH'o involved in from Callahan to Baldwin to chamber was able to attract FULL BOLTS \
tisinn: the fuel oil. Dees added. assist in helping generatemore and secure two new industriesin t '.,
with carbon, and sludge I byproducts tourist traffic, especially the county resulting in the
not produced b> the cince US-301 is a possible creation of over 100 new jobs.
Has mode of travel both ways to Vogue Manufacturing
., In draltiim the city budget( ) Disncyworld' near Orlando company makes clothing and
|| city lathers prouvted that which opened in October 1971. National Protein produces pet -
|]| natural gas! allotments' would foods and are the two firms JL4 r increase this \ca r. bringing: innonx' The chamber active in tv' (
was that the chamber assisted in tJt
c iV.H
.., I t'
,profits Irons the I' >
powerplant promoting and securing passage locating in the county.
I than when furl oil is of a countywide zoning Developed, published and tad. .
i iscdInMead. ordinance. This was adoptedby helped to distribute to Florida H *. 1 >-
t tin1 city has been the county commission Welcome Stations and other
cut oil completely;' Irom the three years ago and a zoning chambers on the US-301 and I- .. > i %.m
natural uas: pipelines' placing: office was opened with L.M.. 95 route to Northeast Florida
city councilmen in the Gaines as its director a little a new Starke-Bradford County & *:&
dilemma nun Ix'loro them over two years ago. information brochure.The .
A therm ol natural gas: Initial I contacts were made chamber also got Stan-
IIHI.IAHI UTf's! ol energy! ro ; 'V
fur ;5.5; : cents. .\ gallon: ol furl' Lason FsneaI1'1101

oil now costs I the city t\1:\ "I'a ne\ 11 h Y
cents 10(111111 PI'IHhll'e'IH.IHIIi( ) )
\reckless IIri'll1glas substituted transfer of the other charges .
IVIT's' ol
to county court for a jury IVV
Testimony Irom Keystone trial.A ? t1L/ / : J )
CitClerk( Kitty McClaveand; Jury trial had been set for : .
R'zuningR'fl1t lormer!" Municipal: Judge Ray Jan. 2H. but since the charges
Slames. who presided at were handled out of court (
Cason's arraignment Dec. II. Thursday, the case was
convinced Judge Rivers to purged from the docket. II I
deny the motion lor dismissal. Keystone Police Chief Leo ubi
'I'I, inn I'.iue: 11' nard Jones pointed out that an

operated I there, and was told During the hearing Thursday unofficial count of points sent : I
(there was mil in Green; Cove Springs, to Tallahassee will undoubtedly Y I
Phillips insisted that he testimony showed the court result in suspensionof I
intended In operate only the that 1>1'illus hearing dales Canon's driving license. i ii
business I mentioned in theM'lition. had ban set lor October 16 Including the speeding Ayw 1q' C
and I ,' first'' charge of Ii-l in 45
| (hat it would/ not IK (('mlx'r II. The mph a mph
unisex and, would he well hearing! ilS postponed at the zone and (he charge of refusing .' .w
landscaped: and an asset to the request' of Cason's; attorney ,! to sign a citation heard in
S'IIoldl'l1/! ; of (!a lI1eni lie. Key!stone court and the no Ir II I
.\11111' December hearing in (contest plea to the other three I
|), tfit'auk I operator ol' a. -
Ke.vstnne; "'IIP"II1HII'k1.| said Keystone 'ason did not apMar charges. Cason racked up Ir I
he had nisi purchased | but was represented by approximately 14 points. An r
ins at torney w ho pled "no con accumulation of 12 points
|iriiHTlon''| Lake Genera; and '- l I Ii
strong/!R I opHised'| I the rc/oning/! test"! bur('051)1) to t the speeding within, a one year period I
lie said il Phillips wanted a. charge and failure to sign al'IIII".l'IliIl'I' warrants suspension of a :a i,{LeY
)business/ location 1111'1'1't'I'(' /! It was al this drivers license for ::11I() days in 's"T
plenty axailahle. in areas lime that Gulden( requested I the Slate I of Florida !''" :.,.I.' '..- ,

alreadoned! lor that .. .
| "ise pur-/ ic Extra Cleran Cars **' T

'Mick Durban/ a Keystone

realtor, said he had already ;: AUTO I E";
lost two /guilt!< prospects fur ULLUiE,
proMTt| in the l.ake Geneva; : !
idea IH-CUIISO ol the' proposed SALES 8.
I Kel e\' 11111 dll n'lIl1I ho a 473-4470 i 473-4078 a
"reienlly moved into Lake __
liene\a; Kslates.: said Ihat ] 15 15 Mustang II
when spotcumin," 1 /! wasriiiiesled Pontiac. yarn ;
| 1 .Ijcksomillo/ I the White Burgend \18. Auto. Air, CB Radio ::II:' cried stitches,
Miles With all.
|M'lilniner niiisl t show a need' Sliver, Wire Wheelswi Multicolored\ \ ass polyester.. .the

lor Die business in I the area \ tum. ,
concerned and it was not !ITep542 0 $4250 M dyed Double Kn\tMac"Ine washable, of .r
"twt-zunrd fur I the personal Mir and yards 5.
interest ol the properly.. owner a: Purpose Yards ,1 +
14 Che,. 13 Olds Delta 88 ble dry and

Mrs l.a\ier: said that the a Pick Ups 2 To Choose Royale, 4 Door, Full Power _. latest fashion. colors. t
present agriculturalomng\ of I. From 3 Speed V-8 windows' 6 way seals 8 ::I the
the \property permitted things: Stereo r
(thai m her opinion were 5
more undesirable than the 265O $2495

\proposed> business'
II was lirouuhl) nut by several 13 VIII 13 Viga *'
persons opposing/! theie.omnu
: Mat :Mrs l.a\icrliad; .HATCH BACK Speed Station Wagon 4 Speed, m l
reeled .a cyclone' lencearound with Air Clean, Good Car With Air x
I the e nil re I 1\1:;(I acres

I'lul111).aid!rumors ol a 1.race however Iruck oper that 1950 $17 ; $121rv

allllil m/ connection with\ Mot
Hues! wire unloundedHe !:!
!'oallllh.11 ('m'sould not I 72 Che,. 72 Dallon

repaired! there but would e PIck-up, V8, AT Station Wagon :
lie checked out lor customersas
Auto, AIr Condo
Short Wheel Base
a I matter ol rntirtesy1hs ::ID

: David) Cook) told him."It's $1995 $1995"
not a matter of whether'

war business and not would a nuisance be attractive 12 V.W. Bug 12 Subaru MM

Ue .|nM 1 don't 1 think I he area is
Sharp Looking, 4 Speed ...... YD. 58/60": WideMULTICOLORED
suitable bur ain I type bust White, Good Condition ....- 5
ness." :x Front Wheel Drive

The hll.ll'das also asked UI *'
what the' long/! t I'ill1plIIII1I'I'S/! $189 $1795
Irom! the "l'im ersity ol Florida ic

recommended Keller replied tor Ihal the al'l'aand thev *71 International 1 Pont Yentura

had rated it as "good to excel Diet
i lent" lor residential I Ton 4.Speed, Dual 6 Auto
ori Cyl Trans M

i I't'l'i''Jl11IIId At that 'point I purposes' member Hill f"Sr'", IUUI .... $995 D 0uB LE K NITS 1 To 5 Yard Pieces

\\ Ibon said. "I 1 move that the
petition lie denied Carl $ 00

Edwards Voting against seconded the rrznnmgwere /! .5 69 Dodge Van 85 Rambler ;;: assorted stichasyarn dyed Double Knit. 100% Polyester' .

Hex Smith. Jerome .
Joints. Keiler Wilson and Runs 6 Cyl.Out AIT Good 4 Door, e with 3 Speed =: : the all purpose fabric. Machine washable, tumble try and never iron. Yards

hdwardsd: with member I DaleItrown ux YD.
abstaining. "because I $995 $495 a and yards of the latest 'fashion colors. 1,
have a conflict of interest in
that piece of prop'rlyIem:
her lion Kardon was absent

,, due make Keifer to its to illness.said the adverse County the board recommendation Commission would 0 KEYSTONE 473-4470 1 473.4078 HEIGHTS =- T G & Y li3aJGIJmLD( (] QOppQ(! (

I who would accept or a.iC : SHOPPING
U S 301
: overrule the recommendation CENTER Starke Fla.
r at its February 2 meeting ExtraCI.anCara ,

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