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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 5, 1976
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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If Local Newsman Historical Buff Honored As Good CitizenFormer 7 't N ': ,


Telegraph editor annual chamber banquet Jan. Matthews, active with the recently installed in the court 1973. He attended Virginia his activities with the court
and, publisher K.L. "Gene"Ihitthews 29. Matthews indicated he Bicentennial Committee and house tower thanks to donations Military Institute after graduation house restoration would help
is the recipient of should share the award with the Bradford County Historical from local businessmenat from Bradford County make it a landmark for future
the I97H! { Community Service many others who have helped Board of Trustees has Matthews' request Other schools, then earned his generations of the commun- "
Award !given by the Starke.Bradford bring his pet community pro- been involved with the court renewal projects are plannedfor degree in journalism at ity.A
County Chamber of ject, renovation of the old house renovation as part of this year. Columbia University in New past president of the Florida t
Corn merce, Bradford County courthouse, the nation's bicentennial acti The historical buff edited York. Press Association and the
In accepting the honor at the to fruition this year. vities. Four new clocks were the Telegraph from 1932 until He returned during the Starke Rotary Club Matthews t.

Depression to his native Brad- maintains membership on the ... ..'
board of directors of 'oz::
ford County, where he was Guaranty tot
born in 1909, to take over pub- Federal Savings and Loan :;:.; .:,
lication of the Telegraph from Association a post of more ..'::-t
his father, E.S. Matthews than 20 years. He also serveson '::i; -
I who operated the paper from the board of directors for :!fiE.-::.3::: i
1893 till 1932.Matthews Florida Crown Printing of .;...,.... 1
( Green Cove and the ::: ::
.- .' I'y' retired in 1973 Springs :
'1.' selling the paper to two of his Crosby Cemetery Association :
sons-in-law. John Miller and Matthews maintains a ui; :
u r Bob Ferguson. He still com- summer home built by his
M. poses the Telegraph's editorial father on the shores of nearby fi
page in which much of Kingsley Lake as well as a ?r. j.'", -
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the community's history is home in town, where he and "'
f fI revealed each week. Mat his wife. Hazel raised three Former Ti'legrnph( publisher F.I.: "<;"'11I'" ;\Matthews>-
thews is also compiling a his- daughters Mrs. Ann Miller\ relies the ('hit; ill her i 4.f ('"lIImt'I''''' 'liII! Community Service I.'HII'd
tory of Bradford County for and Mrs. Mary Agnes Ferguson \ t from l'!) I mh"I'' (iresiilent Hill\ I ilover." who praised
publication in book form. of Starke and Mrs. Betsy Matthews for his sense of ('"mmllllil1)l'ld'lIud hiinilile iiltlItule -
I : M a a 1 I I iIC t,! er Matthews said he felt that Meng of St. Petersburg in mil ny: ;years of public! son lee to Kruilforil. (''''Inl:, .



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,"" its stand on refusing utilities to a proposed SR-100
: apartment complex the Starke city commission made it clear
Tuesday night. Feb. 3, it does not want to jeopardize some $2
million in federal grants to improve and expand its utility system

!1 i .AI; F -, v 1 1iea In taking the step the council agreed to write the Department Utility Rate Study

F.nvjronmental: ; that the city will extend utilities to

iJ J a jt, 1 anyone within the 8,1MIO( ) foot radius around the city included in
i i he 2)1() planning The council readily admitted Tuesday
.. feed' ,.. ,.i+Y'1f,. M't '1 agreement.!! ,
1 ul ':c M night it was in violation\ of the 201 planning agreement it ,
I adopted last year lo qualify for almost $2 million in federal Planned City
funds over the next several years. Y

Under new federal pollutionlaws impact fee which would be set ... ..
Bnmnpt\-Bump-Bump-Bump-Bump-Bump the city must cease by the city.Pierce A utility rate study to find djlioi over I to the bund
putting effluent from its also told the apart- places to increase income was trustees and utility committee 1
VMiv. lire inutorlsls. having d> bump O\IT poorly patched |put on the new collars since the SK-16 sewers are not burled sewerage treatment into Alligator ment opponents the problem set Tuesday: night Feb. 3. by lor !study but ho urged action
Boles in liiiir-l.iiiril Temple. A\i>nu.> (l'S-iill: ( in Stark*? us deep us on :ilil.! Creek by 1977. with or ''See I'aue ") theStarke City Commission I in now.
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HrraiiMllir "-i 11\ has leaky wilier lines und i is t Irving lo get the The city hopes lI'crE'\\lIcan slay ahead of the SR-lfl. contractor without help from the federal looking for a way to overcome "The longer we wan 1 the
leaks si slopped| | t In> pulling, new collars. on each ,join of pipe ut government( in implementingthe zooming fuel oil costs. more we are going to have to
$1 I ill I a i"illt. "' ooh must finished. Ix-fore the. stale will put The improvement are the beginning of phase two of a improvements. The city is MarshalHearing The commission turned the hit Ihl'mlth later." Warren
anewlopp1ngunIhi-ma. i"I' ;11'1':' into 1-10".1.' I-'imner's Administration grant approved through( the faced with stopping groundwater problem over to the power said meaning the over expenditure -
federal F.nvlronmenuil: Protection Agency An initial II.OIII':!!) ( from leaking into faulty plant bond trustees Cliff on fuel will have to be
liaiilersiin( ritnslriii-lioii, of. (;i.iim-sville. I is doing the :HIM jfib grain has been approved to find the leaks through use ol leleision sewer lines and reducing the Hazen. X.M. Smith and -..i .. I'.mi1 .I1TJr
for $.':!,(Mill., Id'ciinse the lengths( of pipe, instilled some 10 \ cameras inserted. into the sewer lines. efficiency of the treatment George Flynn. Assistance is to
tram.1go.are( ; .II I anil Hi feel inMeail of IS feel long 11'4a The city: now has a map of all the leaky lines Including SR- plant. come from the Utility Committee
Iliiinuhl! hefiMIthe' holes. .. were dUI(. Ihe cily had lo order I 15: lil anil l'S-tlll.: and is starting to stop the l..ak'ln phase two The city is currently meet- CancelledHAMPTON which includes Mayor
Inure i'f the. culhirs. Tuesd.iinghl.. running the cost! 1 up.iMiitlitr for which another l.i.omi: / of an eventual $: .::1 million In federal ing federal pollution stan- Commissioner Charles
$i, 'I1", ninnies I Is sought to improve and expand the sewer dards only by treating I its : An expectedhearing Schaefer and Commissioner ( ; vLiituniTrirr!
I lilt. riil.ucs( the| saner task tin. SIMI! which I is "lIrr..nlh'IIdlll system Slid other utilities. EP.has yet to release any (jf the effluent with costly sulphur in involving possible Vernon Silcox and utilities
( ir|>im-ri liy (lie tliile' at ;i eost nf. !some 17.i11,1In'ily': /) grant( money: it V. disclosed Tuesday night at the city council addition to the treatment of Marshal Ralph director Merrill Dees.
suspension
..11111)\1' aicsdii'ilnlcd. In dig up. lli.il .pi|>elhemsel\es and meeting. plant process. Green before the City Council Mayor Schaefer asked for

Although the city must now here on Tuesday. Jan.. 27 was study on where increases can
provide water and sewer ser cancelled! when Mayor Arthur be made. He requested ..eCHAMBER
vice to the proposed apartments Bruno refused! to" sign the recommendations back to the
PERC Calls councilmen urged papers by stating "I don't see council for its consideration.The .
Hearing County
; opposing citizens from the the situation warrants the city has been facing
west Starke locale that the hearing." higher fuel costs since natural J
probability of the apartments Green was charged by council gas was cut off to the power
going up looks dim. The president Ted Curtis. Sr plant which is on an inter-
Labor Law Violations Are Cited required environmental with two complaints at the ruptable supply rather than a
impact study alone could takeas
regular)( monthly meeting on firm supply as are domestic
long as two years city Tuesday. Jan. 13. The charges natural gas customers. The

!Jo'', idi'iuv lh.it I the county umom/e the 14 county road incident because he refused to assignment to return to the engineer Don Ruck man told stem from an incident which city is currently operating the OF
the
council earlier.
haviolated. lima)) laborprni'lHTM employees.. toorkilh work barn before quitting i imolved a dog being shut alse.ral power plant on fuel oil at 32.39 COMMERCE BOARDOF
Km will hi* ;nmlMime Commissioners agreed that report a sprained time. He said that Callan had "I'm as opposed to that pro months ago that had cents per gallon and about 80 GOVERNORS
/ ", .tn. Roberts said. Roberts ject as are, for heaven's
!line 1111 I he next I couple of the Iwo men were tired I'fort said that work would be found bE>E'narned several timesprior sake. I just you don't want the cityto apparently attacked amt bit a percent efficiency comparedto Thursday, Feb. 5
weeks in a i litMring( culled 'for t reasons other\ than unionization tom him that did not involveuse to the firing, and when lose millions in federal three-year-old girl. natural gas.Estimates 12:15: p.m.
l h> the ,stale I'uhlic Kniplnit'sK : and he told Callan he was no The other case involves an for the first three Garden RestaurantBC I
attempts by
consensus ot his arms. funds. !
attorney George incident SUl1efaaflernotln.. months of the fiscal low
f hi 11 mi s (011111111".1011. longer employed Callan on year
agreed to with I the there
on Roberts added that
go/ Pierce told some dozen residents
i I'M:KO, threatened him. Jan II. when 1shots were demand months of October. SCHOOL BOARD
hearing,
/ had been a continuing present Tuesday nightto fired at Curtis" son as the November: ; and December
Although lead ,department of Workman's An employee of the federal Monday Feb. 9
problem w ith misuse the proposed
employees have not formally\ benefits Comprehensive Training Act oppose apart marshal was apparentlyattempting show the city will spend some S p.m.
On Oct H. a petition Mating Compensation ment complex fearing the to take him into $60.000 in excess of its Sfiw.ooo
I iCETA
applied' lo lorm' n union ) program. Callan said School Adm. Bldg.
charm-swore. hied with f'F.KC: I h. grievances/ and signed handled by his insurance he was dismissed because hewas complex would turn into a custody as being AWOL from power plant fuel budget in the
in IVci'iiiher h> one present' hv road department employees agency.Hall in favor of unionizing the ghetto just outside the city the :National Guard. current fiscal year if the fuel RAIFORD COUNCIL
and two lormcr road department was presented to commissioner employees.As limits on SR.IIoest\ ) CilAttorne\' Richard costs continue at their present Monday, Feb. 9
cntplo.M'cs\ stating that George\ Roberts immediately contactedthe a result of the two firings \Velty advised the'Council that rate.However 7:30 p.m.
who is in charge! of the road Florida Mediation and the who could city
I Ihe fimiilx is trying to inter-" road employees have only one suspend power City Hall
UTI- withoitiplovit cllorls to department The employees Conciliation Service<< and added job security to their list Pierce told the council on the marshal under the demand is highest in the hot
IIl1i'>lI /(' wore I old th.l'lluld no longer!! received a reply from Asst. of complaints in calling for Jan. 20 it was in violation of city ordinance is the mayor summer months with air con- BROOKER COUNCIL
work tor the county if they Director 11 I. Williams. Sr. unionization. Public Law 92500. under and by his refusing to do so. ditioners operating. That will Tuesday, Feb. 10
didn't scratch their "am..s off PERC" will represent the which 201 Plans are autho the council could not proceedwith require a greater outlay for 7:30p.m.
The untom/ation attempt.1 the d..ull'nt.Hnbl'l'ts Callan was dismissed from employees in the court-like rized. the hearing. Also under fuel and mean the fuel costs
ddcordmg' |! t to pent loners' JerrylUill. duty in earlyDecember.. An proceeding and a state- "The letter we got from theordmance the mayor is the will further exceed the HAMPTON COUNCIL
..,, |P.'III'Il'illI.1II' and Steve closed down the assault complaint was filed! appointed hearing examiner DF.R has nothing to do with only one w ho may call such a amount budgeted. Tuesday Feb. 10
Couart. I is (the result ot unsafe county barn that morning but against road department will act as judge. If the county DS&N." said Mayor Charles hearing, according to Welty Commissioner Joe Warren 7:30p.m. '
working conditions, ti .mda- limed the Schaefer. referring to Davis. Council chairman Curtis night recom-
men to go back towork superintendent Leon Ellingtonfor is found guilty of unfair labor again Tuesday
!tory insurance\ pay nu'nts. lack as they I'l'mm l'd (their allegedly hitting the practices a cease and desist Sabis. and Nadau. Gainesville said at a press conference that mended a 10 percent increasein UC SCHOOL BOARD
.nl "opportunityor/ advancement Irom.; the list. developers who have agreedto it the intention of his the electricity -
signature employee after firing him. order will be issued and the was son surcharge on city Tuesday, Feb. 10
and lack of\ cooperationIroin 11.11:1>1 fired! from the I'oildnl'pdl'In1l'nt Ellington: said he dismissed two employees ill be ordered pay all costs of extending to hire a lawyer to proceedwith from the present 43 8p.m.
county commissioners. one day after the Callan for leaving his work re-instated. Hardy said utilities to the proposed a possible civil suit percent to 53 percent. Warren County Comm. Room
$700.000 complex plus an against Marshal Green.. agreed to turn___ __ his_ recommen01M1QSES.AX.Y -
WOMAN'S CLUB
A concise statement<< of acts >'EW: TAXES_ LUNCHEON MEETINGWed.
11.Hum. lo the Public
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Iuionswillbe'I Kinplovei-s: i 1 Kelalions presented I << Act at"the'10' House Speaker Pledges To Re-Examine Size, Efficiency Of State GovernmentNow Arts 11:15p.m and Crafts.

tune of I the hearing\ which -
Program presentedby
Should take two or three da s.according :: is the time to ree"d'mll1e Tucker. D-Tallahassee. periment will be meaningless. accused the federal govern He cited that the state's un- office of president at the Mrs. A.J. Barry
to county' attorney the size and efficiency of sta ted. "None of us are blamelessfor ment of "spending money employment is calculated at meeting succeeding Bill
1111,111'11.II'eI; ( think\ slate government. Florida Tucker said one of the save allowing big governmentto they don't have" then forcing 13 percent currently but a Glover. Dudley Hardy will be I
"I don't I They that have any House Speaker Don Tucker ing graces of this state is the creep in and !grow! almostout programs on the state which more realistic figure is 27 percent the president-elect with other
direct cadence points to .,. law of control" Tucker said. absorb officers taking office Including LAWTEYGARBAGE
said Thursd. Jan. 29. at the requiring a balanced bud- the state budget cannot -
Mol.iiion"" of t the right to union 29th annual banquet of the He said federal grants are Tucker said North Florida Lillian Pearson and Free- To Be Picked Up
ize. Hardy said in encouraging Starke Bradford CountyChamber get."It's a shame Washington. accepted with the result being He said the second largest and the Panhandle is looking man Register III. vice-presi On Monday
the (hoard lo accept the of Commerce. D.C is not bound by the same strings which remove the budget item for the federal better economically. Central dents, and John Bradley. Jr.. Starting Next Week
public hearing. Rep Tucker drew applause stipulation" Tucker said. decision making process from government is the interest on and southern areas are not yet treasurer.
when stating his opposition to If present federal spending local and state government the national debt. showing much improvement.Rep. New governors also taking
The two tired employees any) new taxes especially a continues less than half of the He said too often the federal Tucker in taking about the Frank Williams of office include Jim Poole !Mrs.
would have to be re-hired in state income tax to the capacity population in the United dollars are removed leaving state scene advocated expan Starke introduced Tucker at Dolly Simpson. Paul Stegall CGute1r Ofj
order lo settle the differences ) crowd of some NO guestsat Slates will be supporting the the state to pick up the tab. soon of efforts to lure pollutionfree the Banquet made known his John Bradley. Elzie S. Sanders < >ljr (TommuiiitijiBank \ t .
1I.ll'Ittold the commission the Starke Golf and Country majority of Americans by the Tucker added the hope that industry to Florida. He support for Tucker as the and Ed Ripplmger.Bill .
Monday" morning. (fall and Club. Fiscal responsibilitywill year 2.000 Tucker said. If that federal revenue sharing!! would said the slump in constructionhad "best candidate" for the Wilson new chamber glalr !
i CiilIan were fired in the last be continually stressed in happens Tucker said that not be cut off leaving the state caused a large measure of country's highest office In executive vice-president Account*Now tenured Up
throe months of last year dur the upcoming session of the democracy will have failed government to find fundingfor unemployment, especially in 1978. served as master of cere Tol4TOOObyI
ing the time frame of efforts to Florida Legislature. Rep. and the great American ex needed programs. Tucker South Florida. Harold Davis assumed the monies. ftlorN Do....t Imu.nc.C.e.

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. Art Woman's Show To Be ClubThe Presented 9thd eY Iw iP

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Woman's Club of Starke program. Hostesses serving I [t 64'Ue fJl > J

will meet Wednesday, Feb. with her will be Mrs. Sydney
ruary 11, at 12:15: p.m. for the Fortner, Mrs. Henry T God- nooly 30th1y CIi1orr
regular luncheon and pro- win, Mrs. R.A. Green, Sr..
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The program will be a com- Hardy Mrs. ll.P. Herres, Zoltowski
bined antique and art show Mrs. Charley E. Johns, Mrs. Shriners Hold Installation Barbara Ann Green Benjamin

with emphasis on the Bicentennial C.II. Nasworthy, Mrs. ILL.
theme. Members are Speer, Mrs. Merritt Williamsand Banquet January 31 Wed January 23 At Pine Level ChurchMiss
Leola Roberts.cBIRTHS.
Mrs.
asked to bring their antiques,
needlework, decoupage and The Starke Shrine Club helda Lee Taylor, second vicepresident -
any other art work to be banquet and installation of ; G.S. Brown, treasurer; Barbara Ann Green,
shown.A : i i officers Saturday night at the Mac Baldwin, secretary. daughter of Mrs. Lillian
needle point pillow will be Woman's Club. Visitors from Morocco Thomas of Starke and RobertA.
raffled off. Tickets are $1. ., Dinner was served by the Temple were potentate Green of Lake City, and
Mrs. A.J. Barry, chairmanof ladies of the Shrine Club. A William H. Maddox, Jr., past Benjamin Sylvester Zoltowski -
the Arts committee, will be Mr. and Mrs. Gary Gabrielof red white and blue color motif potentate Harold A. Martin ,son of Sylvester Benjamin
in charge of the luncheon andDUPLICATE Leesville, La.,announce the was used in the table decora- and wife, Louise; imperial Zoltowski and the late Mrs.
birth of a daughter Angela tions carrying out the Bicentennial photographer Arthur Weeks
Melinda Dunn Hester Zoltowskl of KingsleyLake
: BRIDGE Dawn born December 31. theme. The center and wife Margaret. The fez ,were united in marriage 1
CLUB RESULTS: Grandparents are Mr. and table held an arrangement of and gavel were presented to
Friday, January 23, at 7:30p :
Jeff Wrenshall and Minou !Mrs. W.S. Starling. Roger EuniceEngagement red strawberries, red candles the new president by the out- m. in the Pine Level Baptist
Wainwright were the winning -- and greenery. going president, Howell Nas- Church with Rev. Roman '-1LVJtTI I Ia4
Mr.and!Mrs. Marc Jackson Told
couple at Duplicate Bridge The illustrious potentate worthy. Alvarez performing the nup-
Starke, announce the birth of Dinner music furnishedby
Tuesday night. Mrs. S.W. William H. Maddox, Jr. installed was tials.
Hamilton and Mrs. F.J. Shaw a daughter. Monica, born Announcement is made of the following officersfor the Melody Boys from Highlighting the altar were
were second; Rhea Johnsonand February 2 in Alachua Gen the engagement of MelindaSue 1976: Nobles Fain Bate- Morocco Temple. two standing baskets of white 1 yr't
Lora Francis were third; eral Hospital. Grandparentsare Dunn of Bristol Tenn. to man, president; Elbert 'gladioli, pompoms and blue ,
Dr.and Mrs. Arl Watana were ,Mr.Sr.,and Starke Mrs.\ and W.T.!Mrs Jackson and Roger L. Eunice, son of Mr. Nettles, first vice-president; w w'3f'JL*w w'1' 'J.1 w carnations against a back-
fourth. and Mrs. James II. Eunice of ground of arched candelabrawith yegyp'
Mrs H.E Smith of Williston.
Lawtey. Gamma Theta burning tapers and jade
_u_ _"._" _i_'_rirrr l The bride-elect is a graduate few. trfvalsMr. panel.

of. East High School in Planning Valentine and Mrs. Bennie Rogersof Miss Charlotte Whitehead j.
Bristol.Mr. presented a program of organ
Starke announce the birthof .
Valentine Eunice graduated from Feb 14 music.
Party a son, Herbert Casey born ,
1Np Bradford High School.
Dance February 1 in Alachua Gen- David Jones attended as
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a, best man and Carl Hunsingerwas i
X sa The Gamma Theta eral Hospital.
chapterof
Sa caller I McClure an usher.
Mrs. Ken
Beta Sigma Phi met at the Mrs. JoAnn Norman attended
gtP CO\\\f'l .. '\ ,! .' ""'" home of Mrs. Grady Over- her sister matron of
sic\ 'f"'ll. I\ as
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"Jes\eff\ -, :, : 'fg ] > Plans for a Valentine dinner .Did Ljou.J now blue double knit dress with
.. ,;, ... '> '' :'' 1ys;'!'' Stork ShowerMrs. party to be held February 14
., .; 'i;._. ..r :..v. :; empire waist and carried an
I ..4,. '..... "' :"::: ':" :. .;r \f-: '.' .,' were discussed. The party will Mrs. Maxie Carter, Sr. arm bouquet of blue carnations -
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.:.. : O.}......(.;.: .. A. ',.); -'\. : was be held at the home of Mrs. with fern and streamers. \
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I'...:(f, .'".,:1 : honored at a stork shower
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I :"" : Edward Starling in Miss Debbie Green, sister
;i :,' "I :.;: 1::. January 27 given by !Mrs. The cultural program for Jacksonville the bride, served as brides-
Friday.
g\\i; ,\ : (Freeman Register Jr.. Mrs. the evening "Women to whomwe
maid. She blue double
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r i.;:'' ra.C... ..: ,W' Mike Bach. Mrs. Freeman are indebted" was presented Mr. and Mrs. Bates knit dress with empire waist
Ogden
: Register III and Mrs. Larry
r.lji t9i \ by Mrs. Doyle Crews sleeves. She carriedan
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:9t. weekend of Mr. long
I Crawford at the home of the were guests
l .; ) and discussed members.
: : : ) latter. by and Mrs. Robbie Shaller and arm bouquet of blue carna- \ I
I":" r:1: "KI' During the evening Mrs. tions with fern and streamers.
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!,....; )!:>! .;;J .." :" ":,, Seventeen guests( enjoyed during John R. Smith was honored The bride, given in nJl1
w and
refreshments
I "J., .(.(),:.,. foe'- "' ./OY0' ,./:' games( the party hours. with a surprise baby shower. LTC and Mrs. V.J. Spenglerand marriage by her father, wore
.!< '" 11 :' The next meeting will be tiana bridal
\ Roy Badman, of an ivory gown
I- JQt? The hostesses presented the nephew
)"p. held at the home of Mrs.
? Gary waist l1 l1Mr
:"f" ":'""' qn, ." :qi"-:! honoree with a Strolee umbrella Canada, visited Disney World, featuring an empire
in February -
Waters
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'...:. ."',....,.,,\,,,.,,,,::; >: o!' ,'... YOU NEED A WILL don and children of Blowing
.i alencon lace
I ':" ,",; :, ':t) '1'r'T. Rock, f', .C. spent Friday night ivory cap
.: "" : :"'/ I should have and Saturday with his father, decorated with seed pearls.
: ': \. Everyone a Will because it It an : and :Mrs
Benjamin ZoUowski.
--.l'\v; R.P. McLendon,while enrouteto She wore a cameo pendantand
essential document that will
someday be
a business assignment in carried a bouquet of white
needed. If you do not already have a Will make Long Key. fuji pompoms, tinted blue car-
Starke National
I At The LaVon Collins HonoredAt
arrangements with an Attorney to have one nations and baby's breath.A .

i Guard I prepared. If you do have a Will, plan to review it Mr. and Mrs. A. Russell reception was held at the Two Bridal ShowersMiss
Armory periodically to make certain it still expresses Norman were In Tampa home of Mr. and Mrs. Bobby
Saturday where Mrs. Norman Alvarez.
I your wishes. A properly prepared Will enablesyou attended District V meeting of Standing in the receivingline LaVon Collins Feb- Gladys Edwards.
r FOR ADVANCE TICKETS" to direct the administration of your affairs the Delta were the bride and groom ruary 6 bride-elect was hon --_ -
after your death exactly as you wish. Call your Society at the University of their parents and bridal attendants ored at two showers in the
CALL 964-7173 or Attorney today and make South Florida. Mrs. Normanis Mrs. Janice Jones kept past week. Miss Collins was honored at
i yours. State Research chairman of the bride's book. Tuesday night of last week a bridal shower Monday night
i I 964-6410 the Society. The bride's table was cov- Mrs. Ervin Andrews and Mrs. given by Mrs. Maxie Carter.
I ered with a lace cloth over Dave Paulk gave a bridal sho- Sr.. Mrs. E.W. Hayes. Mrs.
At Door Archer Funeral HomeDOYLE Mrs. Mark Moody under blue and centered with a three wer at the home of the latter Otto Siemer. Mrs. A.C. Bas-

\... 5.00 Per Couple6.00 i M. ARCHER L.F.D went surgery Monday .in Ala- tiered cake topped with a .. far Miss Collins._ .... I; ;, ._. ford and Mrs.JerryGay at the
r. chua General Hospital bride and groom. Mrs. Hilda '.r'The.;tS'h guests'-! attending home of the latter .' s.'.
A Sponsored by Houston cut the Jce., were the women personnel\ A yellow and green color
i Mr. and Mrs. Bruce The 1 punch table'was covered Andrews Drug Store and motif was carried out'n the
| Xi Iota Delta of Beta Sigma tJ\ 496-2008 4962056Volunteer Mathews and family of Mail- with; a blue linen cloth. immediate families. party decorations. The
land were Saturday overnight Mrs. Virginia Darby assistedin The refreshment table was refreshment table was covered
I 1. ( Ambulance Funerals. Monuments guests of Mr. and Mrs. Garl serving. covered with a white embroidered with a lace cloth over
Mathews. Following a wedding trip to cloth and centered green and centered with a silver -
Silver Springs the couple is with an epergnette holding epergnette holding white
residing at Rt. 2, Box 66-C yellow and white daisies and and yellow daisy pompomsand
AD Starke. yellow tapers. At both ends of baby's breath and yellow
Mr. Zoltowski is employedwith the table were double candle candles.
FEB. 5-11 THIS Metric Constructors, holders with white and yellow Games with prizes were
._"-" Inc., Baldwin. candles encircled with yellow enjoyed during the evening.
and white daisies. The honoree was presentedwith
., "' WEEK'SGOOD Games with prizes were a piece of her chosen silver
/ .,.., personal! enjoyed during the party from her hostesses as a
hours. memento of the occasion.
The hostesses presented the Mrs. Basford also made a
Mr. and Mrs. J G. Jackson honoree with an electric book "This is Your Life" and
iiL U.S. GoodCHUCK Fresh and Mr. and Mrs. Owen toaster as a memento of the presented it to Miss Collins.
Alvarez. Jr. and daughter occasion. Among the 30 attending was
Grade A STEAK GROUND visited Mrs. Bessie Etheridgeand Assisting In serving were Mrs. Brady Collins, mother of
Fla. Whole Mrs. J.C Rain in Chief- !Mrs. (Frances Stone and Mrs.tjh the honoree.Mr .
land Sunday.Mr. .

FRYER U.S. Good BEEF and Mrs. J.H. DuPre .

RIB; STEAK were last Tuesday and Wed- .: ...
nesday guests of Mr. and Mrs. % .
G.S. Newcomb in Gainesville.Mr. .

U.S. GoodCHUCK and Mrs. Charles

Fritsch of Guilford. Ind. were
((4QcL1Lb. ROAST .d&3 Saturday visitors of Mrs. J.H. Mr. and !Mrs. David Mont : and !Mrs. James Cash
Fields. gomery and family were in and children of Orlando spent
West Palm Beach over the the weekend with her parents.

Fresh Frozen Beef 3 Lbs. Or Mr. and Mrs. F.V. Herlongof weekend visiting Rev and Sen. and Mrs. Charley Johns.
(ff / 1 Jacksonville were Saturday !Mrs. Eric Johnson and family
LIVER Lbs More / visitors of Mrs. W.F. Herlong. former Starke residents. Bud Lawson of Marion
N.C. who is moving to West
FOR Thornton Johns had surgery Mr. and Mrs. George Palm Beach, spent Thursday
Blanks, Jr. of Birmingham to Sunday with his ,
last week in Riverside parents
Fresh Pork Camps Smoked Smoked Whole Copeland Smoked End Cut Hospital. Ala. were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. II A. Lawson.
Mr. and !Mrs. Carl Hurst.
Joining the family on Sundaywere
PORK SLAB PORK Mrs. Hazel Soley, Mrs. Mar- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jordan
RIBS $119 cia Wooley of Gainesvillewere Mrs. John Anderson of and daughters and Jimmy
99C BACON 89 PICNI073c CHOPS9 c Tuesday dinner guests of Callahan and her mother, Hancock of Live Oak

,. Lb. Mrs. Myrtle Anderson. Mrs. Johanna Lohmann of
Germany, were last Friday HOMEMAKING
Local admittances to Brad dinner guests of Mrs. Myrtle

Dixie Lily 5 Lb. Lindy SweetSee ford County Hospital this Anderson. NOW!
I 17 Ox. week include: Miss Alisa
MEAL & GRITS Can Morris Mrs. Elizabeth Crews, Mrs. Alvin Farr is a medical
Mrs. Ursel Thornton, Elisha patient in Alachua General
Griffis George F. Prevatt, Hospital.Mrs. .
Double LuckGREEN Mrs. Mary Lucille Rowe,
All 6 Lb. 49 4 15 Ox.- Lonzy Rhoden, Mrs. Maxis Wallace Ridgley of i.

BEANS Can Goodge and Miss Teena Blissfield. Mich. are visiting tt .
Bag Milliard, Starke; James Mr. and Mrs. Homer Stearns
Davidson and Mrs. Elizabeth this week. They went to Six

Showboat iav, $ Camps PureLARD Willie Manning Carter Keystone and Mrs.Heights Rosie; Gun Territory Saturday.

PORK & BEANS Ox. Dennison, Raiford; Mrs. Among those attending the
Can Mattie Box and Mrs. Dola Liberace concert at the Civic
Blanton Hampton; Mrs. Auditorium last week were
Dixie Louise Rosier, Lawtey; Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J E. Hardy
Crystal PEPSI Champion WhiteBREAD R .C. Sealtest FreshSUGAR Alice Bogue, Hawthorne; Mrs. Clyde Sinclair, Mrs. "WHEN ILEN.THERE A WAS A TIME
ClCGdtP
Mrs. Ethel Crews Lake But Drew Reddish, Mrs. J.F. CALLED FOR A PRASTlb"UP' AxO PRAIM uJf'VERY :
ler; Mrs. Nancy Hanlon Lake Bloodworth. Mrs. Greg Morgan : 5aLCES9FU(. SOIJTiON...
COLA COLA Geneva; Mrs. Charity Luke, Mrs. F.B. Moxley, Mrs. LIKE f'tuliI''Go' DAr...v,0! ArO
Brooker. Les Wood Mrs. W.B. Mundy TIME COUSUVUM&, Cxi WICAL, $ u .F
5 Lb. Bag MILKWith Mrs. G.J. McGriff, Sr., Mrs. i-tf OIl AtlO'INTO THE" <'IN< 0* 'T\.9.
32 Oz 16 Oz. 8 Pac C.N. Christy, Mrs. L.H. ( flow.
C BATHER! THAN SI1.1!
Limit 1 4 89 200z. TIlE BRADFORD Jennings, Mr. and Mrs. Carl C.K AC'P' CHEMICAL,

790 Order Botti 3 $1 $ 09 Plus Tax Gal Jug COUNTY TELEGRAPH Hurst and daughter, Karen, IVvE-MAKERS UNCL04' Ptf AIMS CAM,II\j :1..e: N.W. :
Loaves 1 Published every Thursdayat Pam Pratt and Mr. and Mrs. SECOND "I'T"OuT' (: uyric,
Plus Tax & Dep. & Dep.LLlil IJIJ W.Call Street E.D. Tenly, Sr. "-He.MCAL4 "WITH" fUMJ "a5ER."
Starke, Florida 32091 1TS A p'c' o"'T wNIG/ uses
PgESsuRE-o "uTHCLOO '

Second CU. i postage paid Mr. and Mrs. Henry Anderson AMP .NTO OUT:>> THE?HROUGN'rue;eMlf X PIP\

c. ( ( (] ]( ] 49 atSlarkeFloIdaSubscription. Lillian ing Mrs.of Panama John Stump Griffin City for are and several visit.Miss



o[!JJ(3( ( ill OOaJilll(3'UHWY J ( In year trade; '3.50 area lit: W.oo Rates month per: days.Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy _oran co ,Et-> _


Outside trade area: $1.00per Wiggins and family of Jack The English drink five cups
18 BROOKER 485-1822 year: Sloe six month of sonville were weekend guests of tea to every cup of coffee,
Mr.
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1 Inspector's Job In Union '75 Year I fAI .; ..

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j LAKE: BUTLER It Is exInspector to replace Sam WII- ., r-:: i .'. ,
, pected that the Union County son who was fired by the Of AdvancesA i- .M .. ....II j
!I Construction Industry and board at last month's meet- ". ," '"',""""","" -. ..,.,... .. 'i.

I Licensing Board will select a ing. They will take applications year of gains was (.>ft. ..:J ,. .
1 new inspector at its monthly for the post up until the the reported by B.F. Mizell Jr., '. '' Mt\: 1..o\" ,
! meeting on Tuesday Feb. 10, day of the meeting a president of Guaranty Fed- '!" ,'.. ,
at the Union County Court- eral Savings & Loan Associa- 'r'---" "' '
house here at 7:30: p.m. A review of all applicationsThe w tion at the annual stockholders '22.! '
board has received two for licenses will also be meeting in Gainesvilleon ... .:.... .... .,,, \ ..
applications for the position of reviewed by the board. January 21. ,.... '. '. .. .. "-JIr. \\

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Mizell reported that GF "' '.
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r closed $21,5B,81856 in mort-
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gage loans in 197S more than /"
Range "
double the $10,342,661.93loaned
In 1974. The total number
'
of mortgage loans as of Local Company To Fire
Dec. 31, 1975 was
Sale Mizell said.
$69,215,041.49,
Sunday At Camp Blanding .

During 1975, Guaranty Fed-
eral savers were paid National Guard CompanyD Starke will attend annual

I Your $$3,784,134.84 in earnings, an 53rd Spt Bn of Starke, will training at Camp Blanding
II all-time high for this associa fire MI6 rifles machine guns, from April 25 to May 8 whereit
I tion. Savings increased last shot guns,and sniper rifles on will undergo extensive
Choice year by 13116343.13, almost the ranges at Camp Blandingon training for 15 days.
triple the $1,732.034 increasein Sunday, February 8. Members of the local unit
1974. Total savings in Guar Other units scheduled to fire were paid approximately
GAS anty Federal and its branch at the ranges will be the $212,227 for attending the
=' offices now stands at National Guard Special monthly training assembliesand
A $65,925,77679, the report Forces from Jacksonville. the fifteen days of train .
or showed."I Some members of these units ing last year. "This is a real
? V.. 2t participated in firing last help to the individuals, their
\ r think it significant that month. families and to the businessin
ELECTRIC our assets now exceed $80 The local unit will conduct the county" said CW4 A.L.
million, which means that in training at the National Guard Crosby Jr., personnel officer.
1Arbor the last three years we have Armory on Edwards Road on Persons interested in becoming
30" J4,+ more than doubled in size," Saturday Feb. 7 and continue members of the
Mizell said.Another. the training on Sunday, Feb. 8, National Guard may visit the
in addition to going to the armory during this weekendor
Wide AHPorcelain indication of ranges.National. during the week during
growth was the opening last Guard units from business hours.
December of Guaranty Fed-

Redwood Planted At Lawtey eral's new branch office in
Day Lake Butler. In addition to the

I.aw toy Elementary: first graders get assistance from principal Jim Duncan and SuprrinIrnriVnt main off ice in Gainesville GF Southside UpDateThe I
of Schools! Richard Jockel: In planting this redwood in celebration of Arbor Day lastFihljv. has two branch offices in that
Trws to all schools by the Starke Junior Woman's city, and one each in Keystone
were provided area elementary Heights, Starke, and Lake first semester of school .year in Clinton, Mississippi,
Club to be planted by first grade students. Butler. ended for students Monday, 'where I taught at Clinton Elementary : -

Jan.26, and report cards were while Mr. Registerwas
7,500 Contribute 1O Directors re-elected for sent home Wed., Feb. 4. working on his Master's
terms at the annual
three-year
I William II. On Fri., Jan. 30, a teacher I Degree at Mississippi College.
v r meeting were planning day, Southside "The decision to return to
To Chiles' Senate Chandler, L. Mat-
Eugene
Campaign 1 Bradford
Model J300R ... teachers participated in a County was an easy
thews B.F. Mizell Jr., Earl
.. nutrition workshop which was ,one to make. We had always
Seven thousand five hun primaries and the general Powers, and W.N. Robinson. conducted by representativesof I missed our friends here and
a While The Supply Lasts dred people have contributed election. With what's come in Chandler was elected Chair- the National Dairy Council. I had especially missed being
almost $75,000 to the campaign since the first of the year, man of the Board at a subsequent The workshop covered ,close to "Gatorland." We
f committee for U.S. Sen. we're about even. My first meeting of the directors aspects of teaching children I returned in I9fi9.;! I taught at
Lawton Chiles' re-election. primary is still eight months and J. Thomas Hall was about foods and nutrition. ]Hampton Elementary until
When Chiles announced his away and I'm shooting for 35 elevated to the position of vice On Tues., Jan. 27, Mrs. I three years ago when I movedin
$15995Free intention to seek election to a to 40 thousand contributors." president and assistant loan Carolyn Sharbrough visited i to Southside Elementary
OnVj second term in 1976, he also Chiles said he chose to set officer. Mrs. Duncan's 5th grade "I 1 am married to LennardB.
stated he would limit cam the $10 limit to "make it New officers elected at this class. Mrs. Sharbrough is a Register Jr.. principal of
paign contribution to no more possible for anyone to be a meeting were: Thomas B. nutritionist from Gainesvilleand Bradford Middle School. I
than $10 per person.A maximum contributor."I Hury, assistant vice presidentand works in the Maternal and have three sons, Lennard Ill.a ,
Delivery With Trade year-end report just filed believe a lot of people assistant comptroller; Infant Care Program in Ala. i student at Cumberland
in Tallahassee and never gave to a political Susan Groom assistant vice chua County. Mrs. Shar :School of Law in Birmingham,
Washington shows the 7,500 campaign because they would president and head teller: AnnB. brough spoke on the values of Ala.; Steve, a sophomore at
contributors have given feel so overshadowed by the Halloran assistant vice proper nutrition and explained the University of "Florida and
SawyerSlade 74858. big givers. In fact many president and loan coordinator how the basic Chuck a sophomore at Bradford
"This campaign: is going to people make just that com- 9-Tfear-Old ; and Colleen S. Dice, nutrients assist in body func High."I .
set a record for number of ment with checks they send in. assistant vice president and tions. As a follow-up to the am a charter member of
Appliances people involved as con My aim is to make everyonean Kills Bobcat statistician. class session Mrs. Duncan's the local chapter of Alpha
tributors." Sen. Chiles equal shareholder in the These new officers join the class will plan a series of Delta Gamma, a teacher's
predicted. "Gov. Reubin campaign to interest and present ones, who are: B.F. menus and develop a scrap- honorary fraternity and Delta
Askew's 1974 campaign has involve those who Gen; Barnes,son of Mr. and Mizell, Jr. president; W.N.
332 W. Madison St. 964-77OI never book for each pupil emphasizing Kappa Gamma which is also
that record with Mrs. Albert Barnes will have Robinson, senior vice president
some 8,000
before have been interested or the basic food groups. an honorary teachers] Crate -
contributors two a story to tell his grandchildren and comptroller; HarryC
through involved.
March 19 is the date for our nity ,- S: J,
.... about the first game he Duncan, secretary; RhesaB. PTA sponsored Family Fun "My special interests are I t-:
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Night. It will feature Bingo for my family, church, reading
bobcat. It took only two blastsof loan officer; Lewis Nellmger
the entire family and aChildren's and watching football
buckshot to slay the vice president and chief staff "
Bi-Centennial Costume -
predator wbt'nlt leapt out ontoa appraiser; and Ralph E. Irvine games.
Parade. Also on displaywill
I a deer stand during the boy's vice president and be children's art projects.
first hunting trip. branch coordinator.onstruction.
Music for the evening will be Woman HeldIn
presented by Mrs. Jo Benson,
Cc Southside music teacher. ShootingBetty
Card games, extra guests big parties crafts January Southside Menu

and hobbies, picnics you'll find a hundred "'eb.9-13:
L. Holley, 45, was
for these handsome
uses portablesby
Samsonite'' I Totals Ovei $1 MillionJanuary Monday: Sloppy Jw on Bun. corn.potao arrested by Starke police as
chtpi. pplvtauc' milk the result of a shooting inci-
Comfortable contoured chair backs. Tuesday: Spaghetti and meat laude
dent in front of Denny Con
lettuc and tomato salad can. roil
15" width fully padded seats. Bradford County building by the office of milk crete on Edwards Road at 4
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Easy open/close slide leg locks. permits issued in January County Zoning Director L.M Wednesday: Tuna salad, peas and p m. Monday Feb. 2.
totaled $1,131.350 led by a Gaines totaled $461,550 and carrots' joranga.cinnamon rolls, milk
Washable and
vinyl top upholstery.
addition to the Law included Thursday Hamburger and gravy
$669,800 :
Mrs. Holley is charged with
Baked enamel frame finish. ,
beans
mashed potatoes green peaches
tey Community Correctional Fourteen single family residences and mllliFriday. i aggravated assault with a
These portables are available in a 30"x30" Center. $317,300; 17 mobile Btans and wemers, turnip. ,deadly weapon with intent to I
table-top sizeand; in Antique Gold moss The new building will more homes, $86,600; one new greens Banana pudding cornbread 'commit murder and with firing I
green or danish walnut vinyl colors. No homeor than double the present 100- church $18,500; miscellaneous milk Teacher Spotlight i into an occupied dwelling.The .
palace-should be without them! inmate capacity of LCCC, and $39,150. Our teacher spotlight this
is the first phase of an expan- Excluding the state-fin week falls on Mrs. Ernestine police report indicatedthat I
sion program which calls for anced LCCC construction the Register, fifth grade teacher Mrs. Volley went by
Table $1895 seven buildings, including an $461,550 total represents a at outhside. The following information Denny Concrete to seek Earl I
administration building and a $174.350 gain over the $287,200 was given to me by Green, 35. of Hawthorne. Mrs.
0 Samsonite dining room-kitchen. Even total for January 1975, indicating Mrs. Register and is written Holley apparently went in to
tual inmate capacity will be a recovery from the here in her own words: talk to Green then pointed a I
Chairs $1395 300 or more. building slump of early last "I graduated from the University gun at him. According to the
Other permits issued during year. of Florida with a police report. Mrs. Holley
Cornflakes cocktails! Fees totaled$1,316 for the 55 Bachelor of Arts in Education then went outside, pointed the
permits issued during the pistol and fired a shot through .
From breakfast counter to rec room bar, these C-of-C degree."I
Budget month. Since construction of began my teaching car the door. i
st Celebrity CounterMates by Samsonite are the the LCCC buildings will be eer here in Starke at Starke

versatile stools for every occasion.. And from Due supervised by the state, no Elementary School. Mr. P.T. Police arrived about that .
ReviewThe county inspections will be time and Lt. Lane Sibley disarmed -
cornflakes to cocktails, they'll carry you Nolan, now retired, was my
required, and no fees were Mrs. Holley. She was
first In 1962 our
principal.
through lots of good times and come up beautiful. 1976 budget will come charged, Gaines said. family moved to Panama placed under arrest by Lt.

Padded, washable vinyl swivel seat up for review at the monthly Eighty-six building inspections City Fl. I taught there at St. Sibley and investigator
Versatile 24-30" height adjustment meeting of the board of governors were made in Bradford Andrew Elementary and Cove George Tomasovitch.
i ; l Strong all-steel base and legs of the Starke Bradford during January, Gaines Elementary.
Sturdy wide leg-span base County Chamber of Com reported, and 26 in Union We spent the 1968-69 school d'rnw not lace injured. ,
County The Union County a ccor mg .v po
merce luncheon meeting on i 6 6a
Handsome decorator colors
Thursday, Feb. 5, at the Gar inspections are being made on
Black finish base den Restaurant In Starke at a temporary "breakeven"basis
at $8 an inspection while
-1' 12:15 Bill: p.m.Wilson, executive vice- that county has a vacancy in

95 president, said Monday Feb. its office of building inspector. EUP. R |
Gaines saidSERVICE.
$49 bed 2, the 1975 budget was $2,300 in
-I the black. Also the governorswill
check the financial statement MEN
for the year at the meet-
ing.The DENVER-Sergeant SeeberM. 123 S. Walnut St. Starke
Georgia plan also will Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs.
9 o SamsoniteFine be discussed at the meetingand Merrill II. Jones Starke has
the petitions that the graduated from the Air Force
casual furniture governors have been trying to weapons mechanic course at NOW
get to send to Washington.C. Lowry AFB. Colo.
will be collected at the The sergeant, who was
meeting.The trained to load and inspect the
plan calls for govern- weapons used in Air Force jet OPENCome
IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT ment to operate with only aircraft, is being assigned to
available money without Cannon AFB. N.M.
into the national debtto is 1969
-w; dipping Sergeant Jones a
bail the federal govern graduate of Bradford County See
ment out. High School. His wife, Diane
r Both Florida and Georgia is the daughter of Mr. and Our New
operate with only money Mrs. Phillip Jones of
available. LaCrosse Fla.

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. County Upholds Zoning Rejection On LaNier TractFollowing 't. CIA


the presentationof Loyree LaNier's petition to county in a tenuous race track would fit Pontiac of Gainesville which
two petitions from a groupof rezone two acres on SR-21 refuse further recreational use and promised 60-90 day delivery,
about 40 area residents the south of Keystone from exclusive zoning there a put up a slaughter -Learned that compactor
Bradford County Commissionvoted agricultural to business and the group were under agricultural zon- containers purchased from
unanimously Monday to (automotive). opposed to. That would lower National Compactors Inc.
uphold the zoning board's Advising the commissionnot "Any such zoning values even more" had been returned to the fac- 'r -: f5
recommendation to deny Mrs. to act under "crowd pres. lower property Welty, Insisting that tory due to failure to meet
sure." Mrs. LaNier's attorney surrounding LaNier's reputation for specifications. County architect
Richard Welty, pre Hutchinson said. on unobtrusive busi Robert Taylor told the
Henry Block has sented the Commission with a A recent purchaser would stand in this commission that proper com
rebuttal petition signed by rounding property pactor units would be provided
17 reasons why area residents expressing no Fagan, told the wouldn't do anything by the company to be !, ; 7
should opposition to the change. that his property her own property paid for as they arrive. i
you come Welty explained that Mrs. almost $200,000 and ," Welty added. --Formed a new Board of ii"I
to us for incometax LaNier: wanted to open a mercial zoning of other action at Monday's Adjustments for the county.
workshop for modification of ultimately"will come the board of county Five year terms will be servedby
help. high performance engines on your heads." : Mrs. Jewelle Crawford jiiVl
the property that all testing of "If you can't a bid from Ter- EL. Matthews, and Lowell
the engines would be done in a ing leave it alone Motors to purchase Parrish. Two year terms will
soundproof room in an attractive offered receiving a 1976 dumptrucks at a be filled by Harry Hatcher
I building. applause from the price of 45757. The and Mark Olin.Approved .
At the zoning board meet opposed residents. will both be delivered nomination of ,He'tau h rte,
ing, Mrs. LaNier said the purpose Another petition, Feb. 6. Delivery date Jess Wolbert as new zoning
t. of rezoning the propertywas by nearby Faith factor in the decision to board attorney to replace Attending the Boy Smut Court of Honor last week were to allow her brother Jim Church also opposed Terwillegar over the Dudley Hardy, who was ltiul Reason 12. There are major Phillips to build and operate a ing. use."A other bid from Blount recently named county attorney cry, Scoutmaster.
:nanges in the tax laws that branch of Merritt Island Bugs "Zoning is more .
,ould affect your return Our Inc.. specializing in the design popularity contest Second row: Freddie Stephens Sr., Assistant Scoutmaster Matthew Kov. Tl'rrylIl11dm'fr.: .
people are specially trained and mented Page'' I ) .---------- 'hrisKelos
of engines transmissionsfor commission Study'/From Byron Roberts Todd Schmidt. John Cooper, Freddie Stephens Jr. Chink Register. (
c help you take advantage of Mercedes-Benz and other George Roberts Ke\ln Mark Box
these new" laws We n do our Miller Terry('arver, Michael l.awson. :\Montgomery;
est >16, make sure you pay the foreign cars. gested up in bigger bites if rates "where its costing us
,ight amount ,it tax No more Kelsey Hulchinson. a resident out and take a look months remain in the We've gotten an increase in
K essH&R of Geneva Lake Estates property in year when the rate fuel prices and we've done City Reverses (From Page 1 )--------------------
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a residential development board returned later is made effective. nothing about it.
BLOCKTHE directly across the road from afternoon with the Vernon Silcox City commissioners have
the opposed site presentedone "no" vote. proposed a study of the faced the possibility of higher does not pertain to any one gave no explanation even DFR: Pierce reversed -
INCOME TAX PFOPI F of the petitions to the com- Other opposition to natural gas rates to utility rates since November project but it is the entire 201 when questioned by Mayor At that his advice.point At the Jan.
8 N WALNUT ST 964 8286 mission. He said that spot zoning ing voiced at the consumers Answer- 1, just a month after adoptingthe plan area about which the Schaefer. The impact study council meeting the
OPEN 9.8 MOM.SAT of the area would place the that the property a Silcox inquiry Gas current $2.3 million city Department of Environmental was requested in a separate 20 city told the council it
would remain zoned Vernon White budget. They have broachedthe Regulation is concerned. motion by Fpps: attorney
of the 201
ness even if the en Starke charges less for problem numerous times Arthur Loudon pointed out Later in the four hour meeting was in violation with-
and must
get the equivalent of ONE-TON failed, leaving it open gas than surrounding but done nothing. the residents are not opposedto Mayor Schaefer attempted t. agreement it's refusal to extend
or tavern The council met Jan. 20 to the apartments in another to question Commissioner draw
COST FREE COOLING Again opponents to Warren has try to cut expenses but no location Mayor Schaefer reiterated Epps' motive in voting utilities to the proposed ap irl-
ing mentioned a suggested charging more definite action was taken. The the city cannot refuse against rescinding the Oct. 16 ments,
dG J() rAers YOU IHOU'O ..0.. sive plan done by the performed by the budget was not mentioned service anywhere in the 201 letter. Pointing out that Epps Voted to include Geiger
b ,J" '.ourco.. USf CWllha the on the Road on the priorIty list to
city
until The represents
of Florida for Tuesday night. area.
C.ll U ,..... .. ,,, _I sity He agreed to again natural lines extended
have gas
0". ""' '0" of. County which noted that proposal over to the commission to date has not "If you had the 201 agree- North Florida Regional
/r Rpg4o "namonnu Yn 1.nn Schaefer said
: area in question part considered final action on several ment in October, why did you Planning Council which must Mayor
,.. .... committee too.
} J. I I b m-n r n ...t road already on the
the was
.f/IlII\\\ for all federal
1 acre tract owned stressed to his budget cuts suggested. take a stand refusing utilitiesto approve requests
(' \ J : ::: ;: ..:;:"'. ..' t LaNier: was ideal for council members that Utilities Supervisor Merrill DS&N' Mrs. Claire Capps funds coming into the priority list but Commissioner
I /. Innln nn/ry lra bll, (t t1 \. tural or recreational should raise utility Dees Is currently negotiatingwith asked. city Schaefer said Fpps': votedidn't Fpps insisted and the
n.n-e. \ bluffed. We in the best inter council passed the motion
iI17r oo.t nn"Ina .. Florida Power and Lightto "We got seem
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'.0" .Gave a request by
".... ., 10m..,,,.,. J ,, purchase current. He hopesto caught replied Mayor est of the city.
---1 .'....,..n. numnq / 1 m (LPLQODL !) have a tie-in with FPL by Schaefer. "Why did you vote against country club for the flag poleat
the old to the
asked armory
this summer when demand "Public pressure, said rescinding Schaefer ,
will peak at over 8,000 KW attorney Pierce. Epps Recreation Committee Commissioners
J
". Ui3VWBBJruJ( ( ( The city currently is operating The council. Warren said, "Because that's my peroga- Jackson and
12" TURBINE 7' ) without a switchgear that can depend only upon the tive!" replied Fpps.: slam Warren expressed their opposition -
/' ( (! ( would increase output by 1,000 advice given by its attorney ming his hand down on the to the gift proposal
.
VENT ( Q KW and with two 1,000 KW and moved to rescind the city charter. ,Gave approval to Fnv: 'iron-
generators down for repairs. city's Oct. 16 letter to DS&N, "I'll vote just like I want to. mental Protection of James-
Simulated Brick Stone Stucco Unless the tie with FPL is in which the council stated it As long as I sit here 111 con vllle to sell garbage" and (rash
$4999 effected the city faces black would not be able to supply tinue to do so," Epps stated. dumpsters in the city. prov'id.
outs during peak usage this utilities outside the city but "You may not be in the best ing city licenses are procured
Per Pair )i + Free EstimateCommercial summer.Dees told the council felt the city must first get ser interest of the city either" The new garbage truck on
Tuesday night. vice to residents inside the Bpps: told Schaefer. "It only order v\ ill have the capability
Residential The switchgear to cost takes three votes to remove to pick up and dump the con
,( Good Thru Fib, 12th, 1976)OUR ) ) n.? & city.Warren '
V $150,000 had been on order said he found no you" tamers The city l'ouncil.J1)ad.
F Fla. 782.3896anis but since it cannot be delivered reason to doubt the advice of "You're not a dictator you it plain it has no plans to
BEST!!'! wmttncM, .. ,' ". To. ." order has been temporarily suggested to him. He said he day you tell me how to vote is the dumpsters ,
Mfg by TRIANGLE ENGINEERING CO. ;.. .. r-:: postponed. it was revealed thought the city got some tax the day I 111 fine me another Referred action on a garbage .
i. .
( [' "..'. Tuesday night dollars back in the form of job." problem at The Apartments
K < .
'. Jackson Building Supply SMI;,:R. to .!. r .' '-.7 r-::: _'" The slow down on the grant money. The apartment controversygoes on Brownlee Street tit
,
1-a 14.i .1 1 switchgear order was questioned "Without these federal back to last August 25 Police 'hief Jimmy Bowen to
by Commissioner dollars I believe Starke's when the county commission prosecute under the l'lty'S
.
Harold Epps who asked attorney growth will be stymied" voted to approve rezoning of sanitation lawsFurther .
George Pierce who was in Warren said pointing out that the 15'acre tract against the.w .. delayed paving
charge of operation of the by 1977 septic tanks will be wishes of area residents pro the state unemployment tf m.
w'itht WW Qe WUmill power plant. "What I want to allowed testing construction of the pt-nsation for several \'m-
? know is, who's running the The people objecting repre- apartments.The plovers who the ('ounl'llIlld..
outfit" Epps asked. When sented only one section of the city at that time had quit| voluntarily and one whit
s ON ALL NAME BRANDMERCHANDISE Schaefer started to reply. people. Warren also pointed offered a tentative agreementto was released for incompc
-J.c.t ; G1/-j ;J Epps told him. "You're not out He cited the need for a the builders to provide tente
\\ C the lawyer. I'm asking the citizen's participation committee water and sewer" service to the .Appioved writeoff of utility -
Dke Qbots C 'OO C'LLI' LJ attorney." which is required area Opponents then blastedthe hills of 17 customers totaling I.
s 1 t.Op ; Pierce replied the city char under the 201 plan.Commissioner city fathers for acting has, Sl,7h
'' .N MoFtt Sga ter overlaps in that area but Vernon Sil- tlly .Was told t h\' Clerk I l.d
r. the utilities committee is cox gave the second to In early October the North wards that the city can
MEN'S charged with supervision and Warren's motion) At the citi Central Florida Regional request\ v ear's (delay i'n complying .
control of the power plant zens' request the council also Planning Council (NCFRPCi I with the fo't'd'rall'o"I.'r
MEN'S while the bond trustees are requested an impact study by withheld approval of the project (Commissioner System nfI
KNIT SUITS charged with supervision another agency of the federal until an environmental I informccountmg/ Present
KNIT t .' control and management. government than DER. The impact study could be made regulatIOns require the !sys'
NOW It was generally agreed that council voted 4-1 to rescind its City fathers answered with a tern bv July 1 I. I'i7t! hut I F.d:
(0 rH' the bond trustees are chargedwith Oct. 16 letter to DS&N: letter to DS&N cancelling its wards indicated he will
PANTS e w establishing policy for Councilman Harold Epps previous commitment to provide request a cur's delay to
8 9 $5995 the power plant operation ,cast the dissenting vote, but sewer and water implement the system which
\ \ e NOW s t Then on Jan. 20 city sanita must be installed in the field
>0 / bon engineer (Don Ruckman for better record keeping

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.'

I SEVEN RECEIVE AWARDS / .





I I Never Quit- Bowden Urges At Grid Banquet "



"Take what you're given in Before going to WVU,, Bowden tackle Wayne ,
life and do best with it. Head junior varsity coach Andrew Carter received the Another big
Otherwise you're your cheating," coached at South Georgia Butch Redding again repeated Specialty Team Award for Scott, took home the Ronnie Tigers To Host
Florida State University'snew Junior College where he Bowden's remarks in his fare- brilliant kickoff and punt Allen Scholarship Award.
coach Bobby Bowden told recruited Bradford County well to the coaching profes- ;i situation handling. Carter will Scott earned the award both P.K.
about 250 football players and and quarterback Delano Dewayne Elder sion at BHS and the school ; return to play next year, on the field and in the class- YongeIn
at the annual football Thomas Thomaswas system. Sa playing at defensive end going room and showed good leader-
parents banquet Jan 21}. at the banquet to support Award winning gridderswere both ways Hurse said. The 170 ship ability to earn the $1,000 Big GameUnion
what the coach had to say. announced by Hurse and pound junior is expected to be scholarship Hurse said Scott,
Bowden, an Alabama Bob Harbison, assistant coachat assistant coaches Roger an invaluable asset to the upcoming one of the least experienced on County Tigers: play
native, has three college football FSU since 1948, nodded as Chilson, Denr.y Hansen and r Tornado team. the team, did a fine job going their most important basketball .
players and a cheerleader Bowden spoke. MIke Sexton both ways. Scott did not play game of the season when
in coming
Crawford
,
among his six offspring, so his Not expecting all graduating Curtis when the team until 1975 and really got the they play host to the P.K.
football players to pursue AwardsOutstanding through under veteran coach Blue Wave
done
theory of winning must be job Yonge Friday
yet needed effective linebackers,
effective, He enters his first the game, Bowden applied his offensive back Sexton, Hurse said. Feb. 6, in the final. regularseeson
theory of giving it all you've for the 1975 Beaver well deserved recognition as home
year at FSU from West Virginia season game end the
Most Player
University, hoping to got to everyday living, saying DeSue stumped Baker High the Improved Crawford final Suwannee Conferencegame
bring the university's team toa that good ball players don't with 346 yards rushing and a ended the coaches the agreed. a well- Baby Tigers of the regular season.
cheat season
themselves
winning season. no matter four touchdowns in an Impressive and The doubleheader starts at
what career choose. rounded, consistent
they
;ou re not ever beat until performance during the 6:30: p.m.Earlier.
," Bowden Following Bowden's talk, season, leading the Tornadoes dependable player. in the year P.K.
you say you quit
BUS athletic director and to 34-6 win. He made honor +rl 1 a N Edge 42-40
told the Tornadoes and their a x t Emmitt! Bright was chosen Yonge defeated the Tigers 61-
most ardent fans. Bowden: has gridiron leader Dave Hurse able mention in the Florida as Outstanding Defensive 51 in Gainesville and are cur
taken the West Virginia teamto echoed he the coach's thoughtsas Sportswriter's Association 4 LAW Back by the coaching staff. Red Devils rently in first place In the
two Peach Bowls during his for thanked those responsible 1975 AAA All State Team for Having Bright in as monster By standings of the conference,
time there. making the Tornado 7-3 his seasonal show as BUS tailback man kept the BHS secondaryalive with the Tigers and the Cross
season a success. and added a dimensionof W1LLISTON In a close and City Bears close behind.

strength to the squad. hard fought game, the Union Reason for the importanceof
I Meetings Set To Organize Softball Play ,asn Outstanding defensive line- County Tigers junior varsity the game is that the conference .
to tournament will
second rally be
held off a last
for
man the season went to
The Starke Recreation ine men s Church League, The Women s open League, Scott Pooser, who came to defeat the Williston Red played in Lake Butler with
Department will hold its first open to all churches in Bradfor all teams in Bradford BHS from Miami in the tenth Devils 42.40 here on Friday, UHS as host team on Thurs
organizational meetings of the ford County, will meet Tues County, will meet Monday grade. Pooser a natural at Jan. 30.UIIS day Feb. 12, Friday, Feb. 13
I year for the different softball day night. Feb. 17 8 p.m. at night, Feb. 23, 8 pm., at the m, uf+atiipfgiF defensive guard, made up for and Sat., Feb. 14. Pairings in
leagues beginning Monday. the Recreation Department. Recreation Department. his relatively small size with behind the shooting of the tournament will be basedon
(Feb. 16. effort, Hurse said. The 185 Jesse Blount's three field the regular season standings .
goals, moved to a 12.8 first of the teams.
pound senior was selected to
The Red On the first night of
the defensive secondary of the quarter margin. the
Devils came back to tie the tournament three games will
AAA All-State
team for his 78
tackles scoreat the half at 20-20 on the be played with the first game
h //Iaa and 21 assists during
Gator Ranch tfil r ." 'mow the 1975 season strength of Melvin Simmons scheduled to begin at 5:30:
Supply three buckets. p m Friday night the two-
J 11 h !tf Big Tommy Edwards got semifinals games and on
It was 30-28 at the three
U.S 301 S. the trophy for outstanding Saturday there will be a dou-
Blount
Wayne Scolt big Tornado defensive tackle for the 1975! Reason offensive lineman. Edwardswas quarter mark as bleheader with the two teams
BANK AMERICARD MASTER CHARGEClearance receives the Spnrt"manhipward from Donald Strick named to the All-State sparked the Tigers with seven with the best JV records play.
land, grandson of the late Or Calvin..Iloupt and Mrs. lloupt first team two years in a row markers. ing for the JV championship in
who founded the award. Winner of the Sportsmanship Award for his tough plugging in the In the final I period the Tigers the first game and the cham-
also receives the Knnnle Allen Schnl.Irohlpward, a tl.OOO tackle position. The 6'2" moved to a 39.34 lead with a pionship game in the second
grant set up by !Mr. and !Mrs. Paul Allen In honor of their son senior has a real talent for little over three minutes contest. _
who was accidentally killed when a freshman In high school using his 230 pounds on the remaining. But the Red Devils Draw for the tournamentwill
1 Rack Ladies Pile Lined Denim and a prospective football pl.iver. To receive the scholarshipthe field and hopes to play college came Edwards back, with, led by Keith dur- be made on Monday night,
a recipient each j ear has to attend the college of his choice. ball six points (Feb 9, as all the teams in the
ing the stretch but UHS heldon
PANTS & conference will conclude regular -
Stretch Statement in the Conner to win 4210.Bradford .
COATS SewingNo. oi9Ta) QUIZ season play this weekend.
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3 Class Set "'I'molunl Reg. 4500 the region nlfcr im utmost
60% complete r.mfr/ of imp.iticnt
Off Mrs. Gloria Holmes will Gitnfre and clinical' treatment."
Denim LinedJACKETS conduct Stretch Sewing Class
Number Three ((3)) beginning Five;
Mens Lined Thursday Feb 19,at 7 p.m. at Wrestlers
the Pratt Street Center. a
Reg Registration will be held at o
DRESS
$2800Reg. this time. This will be the last all RWSSSLL
.3a '2100 $1680 class to be held at the Center CaTKS WON THS MVP b Final 2 BoutsThe '
AWARD FIVS BY NIIL: CKAWFORDTHE T
GOUTS until next yearGeorge rf TIMES,,THB ALL .
ii TIME HI6H WHO Bradford High
IS SECOND ON
t wrestling team will have its
THE LIST JA.
Bassmasters ill It is my understanding that
final two meets of the season
.WILT in hosting the Santa Fe hold its February tournamentat Spencer used a green and
7' 1 CMAM9R lAlN Raiders on Thursday Feb. 5, Rodmans Pool this Satur white jig yo yo style.
R KARCtMA0PUIJAMAIT at 1:30: p.m. and Tuesday, day Feb. 7, with the launch- It is also nice to see a Florida
Feb. 10, will grapple with ing at Orange Springs landing resident win for a change
I t POP cousy ; Palatka South at 7:30: pm. Kenwood ramp is closed for See \ou-JJaug Bunten-jlt'b.
Santa Fe has one of the top repaIrs. 7 at 7 a m iharp.
.-q.'UI'4CII'It'l', wrestling teams in this area The tournament will begin PSBetter bring some of
according to Coach Roger at 7 a.m. and end at 6:30: p m those jigs"
l) Chilson, and will give the Tornadoes Manuel Spencer won the
lJ.u n v1. ." Iii.i', -ate Hop James T some good competition Florida Invitational tournament -Bass lihi's.
"I' 1-'"i ihiimu.in ot>I the held at Welaka on the St Neil Crawford
I i"I i lies, l'omnuttee.It Earlier in the season the Johns River and Rodman
'il- ? Messrs, testifying Tornadoes defeated Palatka Pool.
i .U..loio.. his group: "lU'iiiemIHI South and another close Tiger Five
.
all trains, of thought match is expected betweenthe Spencer fished Rodman all
should have teimm.ils" two big rivals. three days of the tournamentand
u *,"",crts ".dianapoln' These bouts will get the Tornadoes landed 51 pounds of black
.,
ready for the district bass. Rolls ByWilliston
tournament next week.

W. Cole was Starke's

jC"t first postmaster, appointedNov. TRUE STORY OF A MAN YOU'LL ALWAYS REMEMBERHE


i 17 1857 four before BECAME A LEGEND YOU'LL NEVER FORGET... behind ILL1STON in the second- Coming quarterthe from
I years Union County Tigers then
ti +' outbreak of the Civil rolled to an easy 71-41 victory
War. He over the \\ilhston Red Devils

i served only one year, until Oct. Challenger (Frid.iv Vtilhstnn Jan.opened 30, here.up a 12.5

first quarter lead with less
4, 1858. than a minute remaining
.t" ;. to be Gerry White then canned two
*. tosses and
charity the Tigers
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Mr. Cole also i trailed 12.7 at the end of the
purchased the : Free opening chapter.
In the second quarter the
land in the
section .
quarter r Tigers scored 10 straight,/
--- -ay points to take the lead at 1V12
known as "Original Town of ,. and were never headed in the

-v ,e'.. 'r"+". r .. game after that. They increased
Starke, comprising most of the ,.v 1 w A !. ..d'kr.a, : .. .- ". l' the margin as theywent
"", ahead to 29.18 at the half
'
'- .- .' _, ,,_ present downtown business .. ..... ..'' r.'-... .---s-...-. ; .. ., :, quarter and led mark 55.25 at the three.

district. He built the home 'l"'';''' .. '_ Ho>zie Perry was the big

/ gun for the Tigers with 20

pictured here, which is still standing today on Old Lawtey Road. .l& # .abi .. canned points 15 while markers Gerry White

r k -r..r. a Terry :Miller was the lead

...A; ic Wou: [Htm/ rfJJ: and points.ing scorer Carl for Williams illiston added w ith II 12



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Tornado Defe nse, Tiger Miscues I I Girl NettersGo



,;i; k: 6-1


Cited In 77-54 BHS Caee Victory ,.t"

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LAKE BUTLER In one of Milton Baker,Wayne Berry: ,
its top performances of the and Hampton then canned on both teams played reserves Ladie's tennis At Bradford
season the Bradford High Tornadoes three buckets in less than two after the Tornadoes moved to i High School got off to a rousing -

defeated the Union minutes of fast paced action to I a 60-44 margin and gradually ( start Tuesday afternoon as :iw:_.,
County Tigers 77-54 Tuesday put the Tornadoes in the lead ., pulled away with the largest .. Santa Fe was beaten 6-1 at the
night, Feb. 3, here. 22-16 with only a bucket by margin the final score 7754. country club.
The first two minutes of the Sam Jackson to keep the } Baker had 26 points and
game foretold exactly what Tigers close. Wayne Berry hit on 18 points All BHS girl players won
was to come as the Tornadoes to lead the torrid Tornado singles matches. Jennifer

quickly grabbed an 8-0 lead on The Tornadoes then went on attack Hampton was also in Jockel won 8-4. Lynn Pierce Varsity tennis
three buckets by Kenny a hot streak, completely double figures with 12 points. won 8-1, Ruth Hazen shut out Pierre player Lynn.
her
l
maneuvers backhand
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Hampton and one by Milton dominating the game and Gerry White with 16 her opponent 8-0, Danette
en
route to
Baker. pulled away to a 35-24 halftime markers was the high point Rodrigue took home an 8-3 over her Santa an N-l victory
Fe
The Tigers then gnawed lead with Baker, Wayne Berry man for the Tigers, while victory and Pam Tucker won Tuesday afternoon. opponent
back into contention with and Hampton hitting on most Perry had 14 points. 81.
three baskets, two by Boyzie of the Tornado points.In BHS had 31 rebounds to UHS
Perry and one by Ralph the third quarter the 23 in the game. Wayne Berry Doubles matches for the
Williams to make it 86. teams traded baskets at the and Ross had seven rebounds girls seemed a little tougher.

Alfred Ross hit on two charity outset but the Tornadoes then each and Hampton had six. Lisa Mitchell and Merri Orm-
throws to make it 10-6 and moved ahead 41-28 as Baker Paul White had seven I sbeedropped their match by a P q'
then the Tigers tied the game got hot in this quarter. The rebounds for the Tigers while close 6-8 and Jockel and ( o }

up on baskets by Gerry White Tigers again came back on Ralph Williams had five. Pierce found victory 8-6 in \\
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and Perry at 1010. This was two baskets by Perry and a The Tornadoes hit on 32 of 58 doubles.! playPleased flJLs\

the only time the game was bucket by Williams to narrow shots for a 55.1 shooting per- with the perfor-

tied the margin to 4132. That was centage. The Tigers stayed in mance of her girls, coach
With more than a closest the Tigers came in the the game hitting on 25 of 54 Melba Howard looks forwardto
minute
and half second half with a little under t shots for a 46.3 shooting log.
remaining in the Monday when her junior
quarter Ross five minutes to play In the Tornado Coach Mike Sexton Gaines-
banged meets
home a varsity squad
quarter indicated defense turned the
rebound to
put the Tornadoes ville High. Powerhouse
Baker 10 of his around and forced
got 26 points game several +
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front
in 1210. The for the JV team looksto ;
teams (25)). BUS swinger
In the third stanza and his play steals that were cashed in Wayne Berry
traded baskets and the Torna- sparked the Tornado second for baskets. pops one for two points as be Lisa Mitchell, Mrs. "Waifll you taste his barbequed -

does led 14-12 at the end of the half effort. Wayne Berry, "We played our most con- Gerry White ((5) 1.US. lookson. Howard said. chicken before you holler -
opening quarter. '
The although in foul trouble, also sistent game of the season," I ,. ;
for the game first three remained close hit on seven points in this Sexton said. Sexton expecteda
minutes of ------------ -
quarter. tough ballgame and Milton
the second
hit basket quarter as Hampton Perry and Paul White had Baker's hot hand really had r
for
a
the
does Torna- hot hands with six points each much to do with the big vic- HaveQuestionsAbout
on a 10 foot jump shot and
for the
Tigers who trailed 54-
Gerry White hit tory.Tigers
on a 15 foot
38 at the three Coach
bomb for the quarter mark of Jimmy The Great
Tigers. the contest. 14 A41astr,/ Thomas said that BHS forced ye
the Tigers into a lot of mistakes -

4 and took advantage of DOCTRINESOFTHESCRIPTURES
BHS them.
Slips 50-46
The Tornadoes improved its
record to 11 wins against four ? p

4&LiWayne losses. It was the fourth win in

SACold a row posted by the Tornadoes -
BIBLE
By Scrappy DOCTRINE

The Tigers record now is
nine wins and eight losses. o
shooting from the floor Alfred Ross scored only six The loss broke a two game LECTURES

failed to hold Tornado basket- points in the game, but his two Berry ((251 of BIIS gets one of his seven rebounds as winning streak.
bailers down but made things clutch baskets came at the Ralph Williams ((12) of UHS looks on. Everyone Invited
close as they edged by 50-46 end of the third period when Sco,.by Qu....... .
for their second win of the nobody else could hit. He Bradford: 14 21 19 13-77
season over St. Augustine. made it 45-41 in the early Tiger Cubs Take 39-34 Union 12 11 14 14-54 Are Being Held Each Monday NightAt

The Tornadoes should have going of the fourth period Bradford, Aldrldga 204. Hampton .-
had the advantage on their after he was fouled on a driveto D 12. Bright 0 I.1. Willis Barry 2 2 6.B.In 7:30: In A Class Room At Bradford High With
the basket. Ross 10 4 14. Ron 4 2 10 Waynl Barry
home floor but missed the
center Wayne
Win Over 12 II Totals' 92 11'7
Berry,as he did the first game first charity shot, but sunk the Scrappy Union' Parry 7 0.14. O. W"". 7 2-... Dr. William R. (Bobby) Crews
against St. Augustine, sat out second. W IIll.ms3 D 6.McGill 2 2.. P.White a O.
Emanuel Preston who I Totals 11 4...
most of the second half with ,
tt!; four fouls. Good shooting from scored 20 points to lead SA, Tornado FiveLAKE LecturerTHE
'i.uie free throw line and the kept; the_ Jackets_in the game With basketball still going
tight Tornado defense broughtthe With a long shot from the corner baseball in the exhibition NEXT LECTURE WILL BE ON
Tornadoes through again. making it 45-43 Preston BUTLER In a close In the tirst minute 01 the stage and football practice -
Kenny Hampton, Willis had a chance to tie tile game contest not decided until the final chapter BHS on basketsby starting no wonder the wea- ATTRIBUTES OF GOD
Berry and Milton Baker had when he was fouled under the final stages of the last quarter Ben Ross and Williams tied ther sometimes acts as if the

key steals in the final minutesof SA basket. He made the firstof the Union County TigersJV the game at 3030. In the next seasons were all mixed up. Bring Your Bible & Note BookBUYONE
the game to preserve the the charity shots making it defeated a scrappy and minute and half the Tigers hit Nathan Nielsen 'in

"'Victory, the tenth of the year 45-44. but missed the second. improved Bradford High JV on three buckets with two by Omaha World-Herald

d\against four losses for the Bradford's Ross made it 46- 39-34 Tuesday" .night, Feb.. 3, Sirmones and one by Holmes ..
Tornado cagers 44 by making the first of ano- here: to make it 3630The final '
With a narrow 46-44 edge the ther two charity shots. Milton Every time the Tigers triedto score was UHS 39-34. (r

Tornado five froze the ball for Baker rebounded the missed pull away the Tornadoes birmones was the hlgn
the final three minutes of the foul shot for BHS laid it back came roaring back but were scorer for the Tigers with 13
game. They froze the ball successfully up but missed and fouled SA's never able to grab the lead in points while Holmes had 11

for some two minutes Tim Anderson trying to again the exciting contest. It was Williams was the big gun for
then Willis Berry had a get his own rebound. Anderson tied at 2-2 and again at 4-4 the Tornadoes with 12 points
low pass go between his legs missed the first shot of a when UHS scored three bas- while Rowland Cummings and

and out of bounds. SA broughtthe one-and-one situation, blowinga kets, by Leandrew Pringle, Ben Ross canned six points
ball down with a chance to chance to tie the game. Ed Smith and Pringle to takea each.

tie the score, but Willis Berry Baker rebounded as BHS 10-4 lead with a minute anda The Baby Tigers hit on 16 of
stole the ball back. As the began its freeze with about half to play in the quarter. 48 shots for a 33.3 percent
Jackets tried to pass into the three minutes left in the The score at the end of the shooting average and pulled DEWXE HUSKEEANDGETONE

corner. Berry leaped high to game. opening chapter was 10-6 in down 30 rebounds. The Baby
knock the ball down and The Tornadoes hit a poor 30 VHS favor. Tornadoes hit on 17 of 41 shots
Wayne Berry controlled it. percent from the field going The second quarter was for a 41.5 shooting percentage.
With 1:12: left, !Milton Baker 11 for 32 in the first half and 7 close and BHS had a chance to Difference in the contest
stole the ball and tallied on a of 29 in the second. But they tie the score when Anthony came at the charity line

layup to put BHS up 4844. shot accurately from the free Dommon hit a driving layup where the Tigers hit on seven
Seconds later, little Kenny throw line hitting 14 of 17 and was fouled to make it 15- of 12 shots as opposed to the
Hampton stole the ball and charity tosses. SA was almostas 14,but on his free throw whichhe Tornadoes getting only three

laid it up for a 50-44 Tornado good hitting 14 of 18 free made, Dommon was ruled shots and missing them.
edge. throws. SA kept no record of over the line, and the Tigershit UHS now had
won
eight and
SA's Greg Lyons hit on a its field goals but had two less on two free throws by Jesse lost seven and has a

jumper from the middle of the than Bradford's 18. Blount to take a 17-14 halftime log for the first time this winning season -
court to bring the score to 50- "The defense brought us lead. .
46, but time ran out on the through as it has in so many The Tornadoes managed to FREE.
Jackets. close ball games. The defensehas tie the game 22-22 on a basketby BHS has won only one game
The cold shooting Torna- been a key for us." said Greg Williams. This was out of the 13 played, but they
does fell behind at the outset Tornado Coach Mike Sexton one of five field goals for put on a fine performance in

by as much as five points, 94. He cited the quickness of Williams who put on quite a the game at Lake Butler said

It took accurate foul shootingfor Baker Hampton, Willis shooting exhibition in the Coach Reddy Cox. IT'S OUR WAY OF SAYING HELLO
them to catch up as the Berry, and Ross as factors in second half to keep the game
first period ended. the amount of turnovers the close. Steve Sirmones hit on a
Tornadoes force 10 foot baseline Scor.by Quarf..
A steal and feed to jumper to put Union
Wayne 10
Berry brought BHS to within "Plus, we have been able to the Tigers back in front and radioed 6'7 12 II t*-..u:)* AT HARDEE'S.
control the ball Herschel Holmes canned
three. 9-6. Then Kenny Hampton added Sexton a
five foot jump shot to make it
stole the ball and was U..., Smith 5-111. Holmat 20-4
fouled as his try for a driving !Milton Baker led the Torna- 2622. PrlnglalO' *.SlrmonaaSlll' .Blount 1J 'Bring the coupon to any participating Hardee's store
lay-up was blocked by SA's does with 20 points, bucketing David Walker and Williamshit 5. WtbO 10 2. Totals" 14-7 19 'and you can get a free Detulle,tHuskee. Hardee's great-tasting

Sam Preston. Hampton sunk 7 of 12 shots from the field and on buckets for the Torna- char-broiled burger,piled tagh with mayonnaise

his two charity shots to makeit all 5 foul shots. Wayne Berry does and the game was again radtord: Williams 4 0 11. k1n0101.Common .. ..6' ptckles,1ornatoes,onions, lettucvJMrd cheese,all In a sesame
also double with tied at 26.26. Smith and Sir- 2 0 a. Cummings' J D'. Rota 3
9.8 with I:16: left in the first was in figures 0.. Walkar' 0.4. Totals I'D:141J6 jffjtj seed bun. It's an ofler totf dWctous to resist.
period. 14 points hitting on 5 of 19 mones then put the Tigers V
shots from the field. Berry is ahead at the end of the third \\tjRfir v
Willis Berry intercepted an ,9t w J t
stanza with buckets ) sr
SA and fed brother shooting 51 percent from the : two ,3026.
Wayne pass Berry under the basket field for the season to lead the % a <
Tornadoes. Baker is second o ,>> 4 tK jK
with 40 seconds left in the
opening period. Wayne was with 40 percent BHS Grapplers Take & Mh

fouled in the act of shooting ...
I. QuartanHI
He sunk both charity shots By 10 >< I (-SOI ; 1 Lo IIBLo I} 1A I-0I1rIA 1EUA .LO'r
putting BItS up 10-9( 30 10 7.dled -. C
G'ville Eastside \ OItt OWON PER CUSTOMER.
The Tornadoes never relin- ....,1 6 10 W.yn. B.rry 3318in
the lead they
quished once I' u. Kant It Wllllt Barry }0 a. Bell
caught up. but St Augustine 000. Moody 000 Hampton lit,
dogged their heels all the way Godwin 000 TOI..e so an exciting match, the :! pound class Gainey (E)
Saint, Auauttina Doolav 0 e.Lyons 1. Bradford High Tornadoes won a decision from Biggs ((8))
took the
and all but
game 0. Anderson 104. Robinson, 021Jonnson wrestling team defeated the by a score of 3-2. .
away in the second half when I 101. Twin 114, EmanualPrntor
Gainesville Eastside Rams 33- -142 pound class Willis J Q
6'4" Wayne Berry was on the 1 10 10 lam Pml.an. 101, 'J Y
bench. .'... I 101. Totals 14 14 44 18.Erie Montgomery (e) pinned
BHS led 34-29 at the half. Biggs' winning streak Dwight Hewett (B) with six
before Tornado CagersOn was snapped in a close matchin seconds remaining in second
out
The clock went just
the 134 pound class in a period.149.
the half. BHS assistant principal
Road defeat by Frank Gainey 32.
Charles Hall helped fans Friday,
The match went down to the pound class Henry Pete
keep track of the score with a (B) won a decision from
Idle final seconds! : and was decidedby
TuesdayIn
blackboard he leaned againstthe Gainey getting a point just Chuck Wilkel'SUE) by a i
end of the
wall at of
one gym. score 11-6.
the only game on the before the final buzzer. -.r

By me end oi the third Bradford High schedule, they -158 pound class Joe
period the struggling SA five travel to Sparr for a return Summary of Meet: Lazenby ((8)) pinned Arthur
had trimmed the BHS lead to match with the North Marion --102 pound class Allen Ackins (E) with ten seconds

three. 4239. Two charity shots Colts on Friday Feb 6, in a Montgomery (B) won a decision remaining in first period.171 \... e'r'rJr
by SA's Phillip Twine cut the doubleheader slated to commence from Todd Brown
lead to one point 42-41, as the at 6:30: p.m. score of 74. pound class Kenneth \
fourth period opened. The Tornadoes easily -109 pound class Anthony Cruger (B) won a decision! : ,
The Tornadoes, minus defeated the Colts 69-55 in a Bright (B) won a decision from Robert
Wright (E) by a j
Wayne Berry, had all they well played game on Tuesday, from Herbert Goolsby (IE) by score of 12-7. Hring this colip( r+
could do to keep the lead. Milton Jan.27. North Marion lost this a margin of 7-1.
-189 Waisel
pound class and Deluxe Huskee t free.
t can buy one one
Baker the team's Jeading week to Lake Weir 106-65. The -116 pound class Martin Hines(BI>won a decision from you k "
scorer, missed on a layup. Colts have won two games and Slocum (B) won by forfeit Joe Shuler (E) by a score of 5- CMf.ra.RlraiFabruary 29.tsre
Little Kenny lost 12 on the season. -123 pound class Tommy 1. .' It '0.-0. A Itl At81o IfLw w "
up tall with the rend Tuesday Feb. 10 is an open Meng I B) pinned Curtis Johnson -Heavyweight class Wood- ,
toped date the schedule and the (E)with 1-03 In
the. ball back up. It on : remaining
row Wilson(E)won a decision
and around the hoop Tornadoes will not play the third period.
around again from Tommy Edwards (IB) bya HARDEESCHARBROU.! I
and finally fell in, which drewa until Friday Feb. 13. when -129 pound class Rick EllisE score of e 0. .
big cheer from the crowded they play a home game with ( ) pinned Floyd .
gym. the Suwannee County Bull-- (IB) with .04 remaining in the .IIn4e,h.d e/.1r.rAeM.n7O The taste that brings you back.
dogs of Live Oak. second period.

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LAWTEY


by Elizabeth Terry

CHURCH ACTIVITIES
Church of God: Sunday
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser
vices 11 am. and 7 pm. ADORN
Prayer Meeting Tuesday 7:30
pm. YPE Friday, 7:30: p.m.
Evergreen Baptist: Sunday
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser ifi* -
vices 11 a.m. and 6:30: pm.

Prayer pm.Faith Meeting Baptist:Wednesday Radio Program 7 I PAN A PLUS 3 SPRAY

over WPXE Starke, 8 +" 7w 11,5.'x;! nr
a m. Sunday. Bible school 10 '; Nry e-"r" / 1 I ,< (Jri'Mli't' '( aUO
1
a m. Worship Services 11 a m.
and 7'30 p.m. Prayer Meeting
Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Bible
Study 200 ONE LIMIT 't cER
$
Grace United Methodist:
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Worship ONE
.
Services 11 a.m. and 7 R I
pm. Choir Practice 7 pm. pSp
United Methodist Fellowship 8 2.72 170LMIT
m. Wednesday / f
p '
Highland Baptist: Sunday \ ONE v '' .'? 3' /.
School 10 a.m. Worship Services r
11 a.m. and 6 pm. .
y + > A y
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 ft tY 'at +, t r "
pm.

School Northside 10 a.m.Baptist Worship: Sunday Ser- OZ. rM, :. N.r11 +:!sa'r ., -XYa f-i

vices 11 a.m. and 7 pm. LIMIT ONE
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 HERBAL

pm. 4Y". . Nationally Adv.rlit.d

Mr and PERSONALS Mrs. Sumpter Harley Y flpt LEADS t MR COFFEE : ;FAMOUS BRANDS
.Miss Arthurine Blanchardand
Mrs. Mae Wells were ;; MIT oNE COFFEEMAKER ., ;-, ti/17/ & 21 JEWEL
luncheon guests of Mr. and \
Mrs. Hubbard Harley and TS ::1 WATCHES
Mrs. Mattie Miley, of Bush- 5SMM&fe \
nell. on Tuesday.
Mr and Mrs. Waldo MEN'S & LADIES STYLES
Prmgle, of Worthington LB. 8 OZ J

Springs were Tuesday over- s t4 3 G 4 b,
night guests of their sisters, FLAVORSLIMIT REG. \
Mrs. Pierce Crews and Mrs. 'i
Onie Thornton. 3699'2988 / 2288
i I REG
Mr and Mrs. Clary Terry CAH
of Newberry visited their p 26.88COFFEE.NEVER
cousin Miss Elizabeth Terry, ,re' ( p 40 CT it 10 CUP DRIP MADE BITTER -. .
Friday afternoon. r 'T % LIMIT ONE -
A birthday supper for Debra
Griffis and her aunt, Mrs. {. Sf gnf i
Darlene Norman, was served .
Switch, from steam to dry atIhi
Friday night at the home of A
k puSh ol i button
r
Debra's parents,Mr and Mrs. EHtURE ECKERD rfalwes241teameenh/sore-
Wm. Griffis. Guests were Mr. >..y, E' LIMIT III diltrioution. of tram. plus GC
ej% ."., ', DUREVERCordset that" i> heatreiittint '
and Mrs. Harry Wilkerson; .r Q ONE VITAMIN I will. not fray, crack or
,
Mr and Mrs. Carl Norman sC' JUICE IN peel in normal use and,has little
1 y/ ; t tendency to tangle or hink
and Mrs. i% PROCTOR
sons Mary Taylor v ?=
and daughters; Jim, Kenneth, 5 Fti t'y ,N EiECtnicitt II "E" MODELF63
THE '
and Kevin Norman, and Mr. WOBK DOES
ELECTRIC
and Mrs. Leonard Norman. ,
Mrs. Lucille T. Ivey and 7 t. '
Miss Arthurine Blanchard JUICER
visited her sister, Miss Enza fcys '' UTAMINI GENERAL ELECTRIC


last Nursing Blanchard.Thursday Home at afternoon.Mr Baker in Macclenny County. ,rE CHOICE DRY OF OR NORMAL OILY q ]200'I.u. 99 STEAM &

and Mrs. WM Douglas,
of Miami,spent the week with -
their Oscar cousins Carter., Mr. and Mrs. 1088 DRY IRON 988'

Mrs. CR. Crews spent
Thursday to Monday with her
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. SHAMPOO a.
and Mrs.Tommy Clayton and
Tom of Jacksonville. They '"
brought her home Monday E. 15OZ.-REG. 1.48 GENERAL ELECTRIC 16X 16X 16 EASV POUR SPOUT 5 GALLON
night and were her HARD PLASTIC PARSON
supper
guests. K >***., SALE PRICE REFLECTS 24 HOUR TIMER
Friends of Rev. Fonzo Pre- W 40e OFF LABEL LIMIT 1 CHOICE
vatt of Starke, regret learn ? PROTECT YOUR HOME OF WHITE GAS CAN
$ l
that he Bradford } WHILE YOU RE AWAYI! OR YELLOW TABLE
is a patient in "' HEAVY
h .-- rTURNS LIGHTS ON/OFF GAUGE STEELREG188
County HospItal. -
Miss Margaret Vann Ars-
clall. of Ormond Beach, was a ,
Friday overnight guest of her REG.
brother-in-law and sister, REG
Rev family.J.T and. Mrs. Jim Hall and 'r14 >f i 4 4.99 366 4 99 398

Godwin and daughter
Elaine of Gainesville, were
guests of his brotherinlawand
sister, Mr and Mrs.
Harold Eunice on Monday. 1 S H 5 FT. ALUMINUM 12 INCH
!Mr and Mrs. Hermie Kelly .i t Tcr i Ati ASSORTS LADIES
visited Jack Estes at St. Vin- NEEDLEPOINTPILLOW SCARFETTES
cent's Hospital, Jacksonville, STEP LADDER

on Mrs.Monday L.H. Harper of Starkewas f r iLT. ., ,rr WILL NOT RUST OR ROT KIT OR SCARF HATSREG.

a guest of her parents, d ( 1 .59))
.
:Mr and Mrs. Carl Prevatt,on PAK I {
Thursday Other guests during ;N J, lE-UFR REG. I, BANDANA
the week were their OF 10 14.29BERKLEY 8 KIT CONTAINS i 8 8 PRINT 119 .
NEEDLE & '
grandsons and wife. Mr and 118 SCARFETTES'
!Mrs Wayne Harper and bro AMPLE YARN 2 y PRINT AND '( < i
ther Tommy Harper on Saturday TO FINISH \ SOLID COLOR
afternoon. :. r ::1' DESIGN REG. 3 99 \ SCARF HATS YOUR 1 '
!Mrs Wesley Thomas, of CONTAC CHOICEI*
Live Oak and Mrs. Chuck
Moore and sons of Lake City, "
were luncheon guests of their PERFORATED
mother, Mrs. Fred Moore, on IRONING TOP! LADIES ASSORTED
Tuesday. COLD CAPSULES
!Mr and Mrs. Hermie Kelly "
visited their brother.in-law 'r. 420 BOARDS CANVAS CASUA1SLATEST
and sister. Mr. and Mrs. A P LIMIT .. ;::
Hallman, of Keystone ,' '
: ONE REEL
Heights, on Wednesday t:

her:Mrs parents Truman Mr.Norman and Mrs.and sF { AND -730 ALL METAL 8 8 lOOKI!

Carl brother.Prevatt Fonzo, visited Prevail their in ; 2 PC. ROD 12 1 8 8 REG 599 REG. 2

Bradford a i'it FACTORY SPOOLED
County Hospital on '' u,1 e rp tt REG 7 99 3.99
Friday t WITH TRILENE LINE 1598' > ADJUSTABLE _
!Friends of Wilbur Brown i'iatl; i 'r,1s
regret to learn that he is a r.:.

ford pneumonia County patient in Brad- -.c -- -= _r ,. ... --
Hospital. ,
:
Major and Mrs. James \ 16 OZ. PLASTIC MEN'S NYLON
Dougherty and family, and "
"SUPERKNIFE"
Miss Erma Wilson of Valdosta y .
< '.: A Y L TUMBLERS
.
Ga. Mr a
and Mrs. :; SOCKS
George Breslin and Elizabeth ,,: 6" FILLET KNIFE "
of Jacksonville, and Billy and t,
Ray Wilson of Gainesville, :. .
spent the weekend with their f: fit WELLA FOR CLEANING AND S
V'Av >!
parents. Col! and Mrs, f'v. -L.tirr ) FILLETING FISH 88 ASSORTED n' '
William Wilson. The I dREG'A, COLORSREG r '
occasion BALSAMr ,t f STAINLESS' l. FOR 100 t +

celebrate was to help his Maj birthday.Dougherty ,.K : l BLADEROSEWOODHANDLEREG. 59 /

Mrs 0 J. Boyette, Sr.. of ? va 2.49 89 /
Lake City, spent the weekend .... INSTANT HAIRCONDITIONER
with her son and daughter-in- :-
law. :Mr and Mrs. O.J
Boyette. Jr., and family. Berkley Florida FlexFISHING .:;, PKG. OF 12
ifi ORf r, A Mr i f x rqHOID / +
Friends, of Dowling of Mrs.Park G L.mother Peterson ;t';'" RF( .' "i LINE SPONGESASSORTED ZIPPO i 0 OZ.

of Mr and Mrs. Robert Lee, -
regret( to learn that she is a 1' tlaL /4 LB SPOOL. ALL TESTS HEO 49c 29c LIGHTER FUEL _
surgical patient in Alachua !r Swella.y 6 TO 80 LBS. MONO ?
General Hospital. Gainesville ; N
_ Mr and Mrs. John Guy. : ''LiMF
Falls, of Columbus Ind, were .r. 7X4X3'/4" RECTANGULAR
Saturday overnight guests of t:'d REG. 8 REG.
; s
Mr and Mrs Paul Lock and ; rstant PLANTER W/TRAY 59. 37 ZlpPOo'
family ;, .' tBaTconditonefhudeitioutiieil' 2.39 1 _
Mrs. Wade Gaskins and '{' 1 CQ <
'" r I -s REG. 79' :;;
Mrs Lois Carter, were guestsof i.. r .
their aunt Miss Debbie iwonts |ci(
Phillips of Macclenny, on 'i<
Saturday r ;,,, 'Jn.'it:'J.y' M p ; 1 PEOPLE TRUST ECKERD'S FOR QUALITY PRESCRIPTIONS
Mr, and Mrs. Virgil! Griffis '.11S4'o' 7 h awaJ+.:r.ds"w !. / fr'i' YS ,+.i'o AT LOW LOW PRICES
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cam+ L ..wvt ppUBIEII 1 ,, fe f fr COUNCJI TO MEET
: The Hampton City Councilwill
5 ;4;', twi aMEA ''I / Ri'p? CAMIRA .-"-';:;.-:r"q\: ;=;r meet at 0 p m Tuesday,
-....... & Feb.Hall 10, at the Hampton City


>/ L- r 1 1 v. Mr and Mr. S.L. Williamsand
REG 88 Mr. and 1 Mrs. J.X. Allen
I 1 I 'nra attended services at the Idle-
,k ra1+Yr 1 }, d 28, 99 a ; wild Baptist Church in Tampalast
Sunday.Mr. .
and Mrs Lynn Hall and
u\4aly w rt1 r "eR t ..yUd Rev James Shaw, pastor of
1rf .y. N O a the Hampton Christian
>',i N i 1 T ifcr" FOCUSING COVER Church; were Sunday dinner
Ysf'1
:c, :tAix? .r,Y W.4a'st' y, SLIDES I PRO vrd'+' guests of Mr and Mrs. A.C.
o1'wr( : r 'CTUNS /$;# Dennison.Mrs. .
Shirley Norman
? #
& visited in Orange park last
f..fDAIC COLOR Sunday, with Mrs. Robert

'k'T./' rbr .i'.v r1 4'i! ; Y S i'f SJ. rok E MIJS Cox.Get
JG 'u 4 t. .i o t6 i //R11 f'LM COlO' well wishes to Mrs.
:
,' hiiY EUDE REG
.,r i T l.'ti, ?t ,+ w .y.l; ist'.I ; I;+.t. Mr'lk ;y Yy' \ :Y'fa + /( fll 2 Ethel Tidwell) of Hampton and
a '' yk a c ; i "Y. bt 'Y'rbr t } hYw ,, R13520'R 126,20 75 22 9 q ,
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(. 1rjE r:1.
: +, ++ .2 I t l + .. r, ,,;: i.iylx, v r4s* < .K r+'k I 'rr ,(rf r' i' r; +t r 71 t" "l ''. .( YSa CHOICE' 179 DILR 1 A Both are in the Bradford
jt REG
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rl4 ry 1 i' r :" u, : :. : !} ? d y
; i "E : ri l 7', q; C. 'tf r t f .r J; .r4Y 'i'rts,, ++' N4yS V.y 1'r.1, 7it'ary. r Y' G,1.f5 335 t County Hospital Sympathy Is
'4 a ?a;, fi tr.'L"' rd Yrt"r i.1y.t; U.., r,4lA r..c ya ,.a! A .,;. .Vr, Jr y's'a 269 ; y ;jTfs
Kt : ; g 'k tJ 'rr'
v .tr ; extended of
the
to family
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.J 1 r. : ':t.R-(' .ti.r.i; .g, ."yar.trta'' ,": r. ;,1i.+ ',.!tr1 .''S j:1- ';:';.x,1r. ;1 444SPIro- REG y ": j.} Richard Nelson, who passed

f MOW,."lAII 4 I 9 3 2 9 M' +' h: j, away January 31.
'fSy Denny Norman has
returned home from the
hospital. He was in an accident
ar x around 1 Christmas time.
WESTCLOX RIVIERA BOXED ;f ?' v

'" { r"; t ; RECREATION

CONSTANT KP747 AFGHAN KITSIX w / ...Sttdti The Wednesday Afternoon
SKEINS OF 1- : Craft Class trims at 2:30: p m.
FIVE i j,
;
;
ALARM CLOCK RADIO & BLENDED COLORS ,M.rw"+0 + r in Hampton Recreation
28 OZ REG. 7.99 tiR.+t+t Center.
,40 HOUR KEY WIND Regular Senior Citizens
12 : meeting this Friday evening, 7
II h PHONO ,. +
r., p m.

9 10- 31 SLIDE RULE VERNIER Glade ., members Thirty ,members and six, 10 leaders new

;,,1.: 219 TUNING DIALPOWERFUL 2188 588 attended the 4-H meeting at
REG B 4 PM3WDYNAMIC '' F Y'.1 / Hampton Elementary! School
1
3.49 7 6 5 SPEAKER Y'r Monday nigut Three demonstrations -
REG. 27.95 were given: the firston
ef ., sewing by Donna Mawryand
,
alrtres'e Laura Stone; the secondon
cooking (Orange Coffee
Cake) by Doll Waters and Jan
POLLENEX 22" SELF PROPELLED REDWOOD & t'h Kimberly; and the third was
'A also on cooking (Mayonnaise
ALUMINUM' '= Biscuits) by Lynn Waters and
LAWN MOWER
HAND MASSAGER t -. Kim Buhlei. Refreshmentswere
FURNITUREDOUBLE served! by Mrs. Betty
'.h MODEL SI'BOB AND MASSAGER.WORK 35 HP BRIGGS & STRATTON 4- .. Slone
'1. Josephine Fontaine the
CYCLE MOTOR EASY SPIN rcy..f t was
DIRECTLY OR WJTH FINGER TIP ACTION +
RECOIL STARTER. ADJUSTS TO 1 TUBULAR CURVED I r 3't;;; lucky winner at the 50-50 Clubat
1 Vi TO 3" FOR CUTTING, I NON TILT } t ,, ,r at tA;, .r St Edward's Church in
I w Starke on February; 1.
;
; CHAIR
REG 11 ..988
1088 NEWS ABOUT


\ f r CHAISE aI r' /1t.: /. ,4;.c ''s Rr.,.xn..t Ala, i j' ,.f

GRASS e' ':, 'r i' .iri yT t } 1:,,;+'J ','I SERVICE MEN
I REG 19" ,,,: ; : ..,.. :
CATCHER s Haul!Magyar: )Promoted
12 99 c To:M J.,ter Serge-ant
REG 2R2E B8 4 7 'Zie RIVERSIDE, Calif The
999 71" U.S. Air Force has promotedPaul
A. Magyar), nephew of
.E
I d Mr. and Mrs John Magyar).
CAST ALUMINUM ELECTRIC ANVIL PATTERN ; t I w Rt. 2, Starke; \l'1e.rank\ : of h
PRUNER OFFERS' : 1 ;.p master sergeant.

CHAR-KETTLE GRILL FLEX-LINE LARGE LINEGUARD EXCEPTIONALCUTTING EASE: ., ', t, _, / Sergeanti1agy'arlisservingat March AKK.) Calif., as an
EASY ROLL WHEELS- "'=c-. TWO POSITION y. { y"n, inventory management
DRAFT SLIDES TRIMMER- OVERALL LATCH 5335 : t supervisor.
t: He graduated in 1955 from
t LENGTH 56' t ;i iQ Bradford County High School.

EDGER WISS REG. 65'FUVM The sergeants wife, Jacqueline -

8 8,' T INSTANT STOP> t Kathrme, is the Clark daughter of 4212 of Burlin-Mrs
:
START
27 ANVIL 267 N U!| / i. game Road l, Topeka Kan.
Y.t
3268 @ REG PRUNER ; ..r' i r LAWTEY
69.99 ?, ,j,:,
m
1/I 1 1'UUt 1 (l'a "IH
SEEDS
1 cH and children,and Mrs Mames

J- ''' DR. CHATELIER'SCONCENTRATED .... GARDEN TOOL SALE! 19/2 INCH 'af ="' ,' ,, ';:{ 'ti''''''"'': Griffis Palatka. were arid Sunday children dinner, of

guests of their mother Mrs
BOW RAKE HOE I Nellie Wilkinson Mrs Daisy
Dr e PLANT HEDGE SHEARS ., '. a I Ni ', '= : : Both and Lynn Another guest
was !Miss Patsy Adams of
'+ OR SHOVEL WITH WOODEN HANDLES '} _' f; ;! ;: r IrF ; r'I Brooker

,,+' +.ij FOOD > ; F"i' '.: e, 'tMs' yvl;, this 3i',: 3rr 'v A ,f' Mrs Marian Hall of Jack.
,
: 1Jll f sonville Beach, and Mrs Cora
D YOUR 6 r yG+t 1 ; 4 +t ';: :r ,Yi .xl; Hodges, of Macclenny. were
,,. ;Y MADE IN TfiJl. CHOICE 8 iDw I Monday overnight! guests of
O fa FLORIDAFOR3S RS.12 8 REG.I 3 69 28 36 ? "1i: + % ; their sister Mrs. Hester Hicks
/ REG.1 t. and nephew and niece. Mr
IB BOX) 4 49 S- JUICY and Mrs. Glen Shuford and
REG 1 9 FRUIT. family
SPEARMINT, Mr. and Mrs Daniel ,/ilk I.
son of Jacksonville were
DOUBLEMINT Sunday dinner guests of their
50 QUART FOAM S/a REINFORCED OSCILLATING LAWNS*61 WATERS UP TO tl {: parents, Mr and Mrs. Donald
3
Wilkison.
34 FT X 65 FT WRIGLEY'SPLENTPAK it.'
Mr and Mrs Arlie Dobbs
ICE CHEST GARDEN HOSE SPRINKLER visited their sister-in-law

RUBBER/VINYL REG 449 Mrs Que Dobbs of Raiford j
+ ,, last Saturq
Mr and Mrs. Robert Lee

CHEWING GUM G visited L Peterson their ,mother in Alachua, Mrs

299 6! 3 i' General Hospital, Gainesville
RfG LIMIT w' last Friday night
Mr and Mrs tlarlo Watkins
18"X6"XSVi' i of Jacksonville, spent Satur-
day with Mr. and Mrs D.R.
+ r FOR rrMETAI Brown Cynthia and Mrs
I
ENAMEL + Lucille T Ivey.
1 1rl tidPY Mrs! Wayne Hardee and
'Vil FOLDING FENCE .r '' children spent Saturday with

LEAF RAKE 18" HIGH I X 10 FT LONG "' ,r, f' -''"', .r '+A:',.rl+Ty her ter mother of MaxVille.Mrs Thelma Car.

LONG HANDLE ( / \1 1C + "t i L Mrs Ruby Barber and Mrs f

RAKE IS 'f" i1P +l } REG 5 } ,i d''K' ; t +'RSrtt3 :. .!,; ? Goldie, of Ocala, were guestsof
1 STURDYMETAL 44 '..99r 16 ti ,. ?t d'} +t : r ik t1ti i iII Mr and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs
? I" .* G r 1X" Sunday afternoon.
1 II 111\11 CONSTRUCTION t4--t--t---1 1-t "S rr iu L>Y .a.Y {, } sae,' v. T' 7+,'F'y' 'i Mr. and Mrs. Earl Teston
tr ;
r t w .M l
1 'REG. 1 99 I I h+ ; r': : J : + } + ;g r' attended the funeral of their

RIptSg'iNII FM.M '; *:'+r.'Ar,4, r;'.' :'n y i : :. rL f' r ..tATwtcE aunt Mrs. Lillie Batten, at
THE P Long Branch Cemetery Sun.

,, ORTHO 38 FT. REW EBBING MAKE ECKERD'S YOUR VALENTINE i day Mrs afternoon.B.f. McCulley and
PEST-B-GONE =' 1> David visited their uncle and
:. ASSORTED GIFT AND CARD aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
CENTER!
Indoor/outdoor COLOR VINYL Grider of Starke, on Sunday

v 1 2 9 UM wigs*,9mtt roch-r f, REG. 1,59 |0 9 FEB. 14th ISVALENTINES afternoon.Mr and Mrs. Johnny Smith, ,

i F1\111 owtougs etc. of Brunswick, Ga., and Mrs.
REG.c / Pat Walker, of Starke, were
pftnl Wh.n You pink YP::011' 1.99 DAY guests of her grandparents,

Fl tro td of PnnU de.: eloped: ,.,0 w1H of ti.ry Mr and Mrs Carl Prevatt,

.+. roll of nil ,KodwhU.tint.rblor:: or block tot t h, '.;. .,''?,',' ..,lE'n'; ', fOt.A y. r.aFl7 ii C,.r.a ry. +,, i t'with ,ilor Sunday afternoon.
ar block d.v.loD .d pric.il"o ol'RYDAY Prices Good Thru Wednesday (Feb.5th Thru Feb. llth) ryJ!+ ; "t': '' t ','',4'' y.whit. On cash, fegister in super

fJm ; 1:1 ANDS d+ / / ra ; market: "Tell it to your Con-
,ndPrinN d "EVELYD AY EEffiEFEEE J ) SGCtDBE831S. ( *Jt ,"CJr k gressmanR. ,"
AND
TODAY He,g*man In ParadeIn
I
WALNUT ST. STARKE
dl 1r '

r a tavern: "Please don't

PEOPLE TRUST ECKERD'S FOR QUALITY PRESCRIPTIONS AT LOW, LOW PRICES argue Norton with your Mocfcrldg fists"




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Bicentennial Train to Make i. ... Chiles To Meet

Wagon ;, .' I I Public Here



Graham Feb. 12 ,j., ', ,,,__ Thurs.Feb.l2 i
Overnight Stop at ."' '" I,',:. '1 ': ,\ \' 1
,, ,' ,
[
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: lI; M Florida'ssenior
11".I"'t'li.1" "") '. ,< ,)1'Jjl.I' 'i'taMl1h!!\' !.I'tVkkuJJ': \\ : < Lawton Chiles
I i' \ ( : :\\\ U.S. Senator will meet
,
i{3 IiJ/: / 1
the main highways and Inter- "j. ,,'! \ ,. constituents at 11:30: am. I,
of Graham ( *!til\
.
The village .
quiet :
; ,,, I IfM at the Gar-
states.At r', / """ '' Thursday Feb 12,
In southwest Bradford.
':
j \I/' ; ') Restaurant. d' !
County, will be the center of Graham and other stops t': I. den 0

attraction Thursday night along the way, the Pennsylvania <
Feb. 12, when Florida's Bi- ih 1'rliHllIdqII' ; troup travelling with the .j, ,,, ,', i' the Bradford County Democratic !
centennial wagon Train train will present a 40-minute } n)<":/ Executive Committee 1 '.
makes an overnight stop at musical production featuring said that free sandwiches andcoffee '

the W.D. Barnes farm on its songs and skits depicting pioneer l 11 will be served at the

way to Valley Forge, Pennsylvania life. The program is 'if .Jl) I! lunch hour.
scheduled for 7 p.m. det ..

.... Chiles, now completing his
The Florida train is one of Bradford County talent will .-=11; first term in the Senate, is a

many, leaving from all partsof .pI.UTlo.v also be presented to fill out the candidate for renomination as

the United States, to con- Iflt 11111''\. \ two-hour entertainment.. Featured the Democratic Party nomi-

verge at Valley Forge on July I in this part of the program ''if.. nee in the September primaries.
3 as a highlight of the nation'sBicentennial ;;1 will be members of the .

celebration I t fl hllil I .. 7CJic "Oklahoma" cast with songs i. The public is invited to meet
The pilgrimage is sponsoredby ? ''',&.\\)1'\ and dances; early American Chiles and discuss the issues
ballads sung by Carol Milner.
the Pennsylvania Bicen-
Starke next
his visit to
during
tennial Commission which Each wagon is collecting Before coming to Grahamthe Sylvia Reddish, Carolyn Can- Library Gets State Funds Thursday.AN .
provided each state with an scrolls with the signatures of vagon train will spend ova and others; and Country

authentic covered wagon, a citizens reaffirming their three days at the farm of Mr. Western Band music. School Rep Frank Williams presents two checks amounting tof 13,783 for slate grants to Bradford, ,
replica of the prairie faith in America. At Valley and Mrs. Victor Arnette near children will also participate, County Librarian Martha Minx, while Bradford County Commission chairman George Roberts, ,
schooners that carried settlers Forge the scrolls will be Hawthorne in Alachua and additional local talent will looks on.County. .-7l

westward across the placed in "time capsules"until County The stops are being be presented.

country during the 19th century the year 2076 when they made in small rural settle- Outriders are welcome to
The wagons are hand- will be opened for the nation's ments along the route in orderto the wagon train AN OPEN LETTER TO ALL

made of white oak and pine. Tricentenmal celebration. avoid traffic congestion on accompany for a day, week, or all Agents CITIZENS OF HAMPTON:
desire ey
to Valley Forge, if
of
t My interest in the town
Some are planning to accom- :l.-
Bobby Hampton is a long-standing
I.
pany the train from Hawthorne Notebook .
one. My family roots go deep
to Graham. Taylor x" into Hampton's history, as do

: .-- the roots of many other
etUTORTALS Each rider must sign off and
---- families who now live either
on with the wagon master anda
fee of $2 per day is chargedfor Planning a home gardenthis be the size of your garden and inside the corporate limits of
live In the imme-
those riding more than one spring? the nutritive value of the Hampton, or
I do Even in
diate area as
day. vegetables.Your .
If so, I hope you have done those years when I did not, for
Riders must be at least 18 some planning to help make garden will be handy one reason or another residein

Zoning Code Flaws years old, or be accompaniedby this project a success. Good to plant cultivate and harvestif Hampton, I still had (and

an adult if younger, and plans can save you a lot of it is near the house. Locate .have) many relatives who did.
must furnish their own sleep- time and money, and will the garden near a source of
ing bags. Horse feed and make your garden a good water for irrigation. Many My purpose in including the
meals will be available. All experience for you and your gardeners surround their gar statements in the preceding
Like almost else it takes a to the BA classification.
everything horses must have a negative family. den with a fence sufficiently paragraph was simply to point
lot of living with a zoning code before all Coggins test, and a Vene- high and close woven to keep out that even though I am only

the flaws and weaknesses come to light Certainly this flaw in the code zuelan sleeping sickness vac- Some early considerationsin out poultry dogs rabbits, and 23 years of age I feel that my

through the process' of trial and error. deserves study by the Zoning Board, cination. your plan would be the children. Such a fence not only "heritage", or at least a com-

and we believe it is already being con- selection of a site, proper protects the garden, but also manding portion of it, is due in
Forms and additional infor- vegetables and varieties, anda trellis for to the small-town feelingof
serves as a pole part
Work sessions are now being held by sidered in view of recent circumstances. mation on joining the wagon paper plan for the arrange- beans, tomatoes and other living in Hampton. There

the Bradford County Zoning Board to train may be obtained from ment of vegetables. Later crops needing support. W.o Collins Set are many other persons who
iron out some of these wrinkles, but it In regard to the troublesome matterof Mrs. Carole Shields, chair- plans include soil preparation, live in Hampton, persons

will be a long timeif everbefore the spot zoning which frequently arisesto man of local arrangements, at fertilizer and lime, beddingand Locate the garden in full For AdvanceTo much older than myself,'per-
cultivation irri- if If
planting sunlight possible. you made much
9648073. who have
phone
the board in "damned if do sons
code reaches\ the state of perfection that place a you gation, insect and disease control must choose, morning expo- more history than I in this
members! would desire and damned if you don't" position a For those wishing to visit and harvesting and sure to full sunlight is more Full Colonel place. One of the charms of

good suggestion, it seems to us, was the Wagon Train on its three using. beneficial than afternoon ex Hampton has always been the

One of the most obvious weaknessesthat made by a participant in a controversyat day stop at Hawthorne, the Most be posure. Put root crops, toma- Lt. Colonel William O. quiet, calm life style here.
Arnett farm is located off vegetables may toes, cucum- Collins, Jr., u.s. Army, a for- When the life
has come to light in recent hearings the last zoning hearing. State Road 20, east of Grove grown in gardens throughout bers and melons in as full sun- mer resident of Starke, was style of you Hampton compare with that,of

is the too-broad definition of businesses Park. After crossing a ourarea if grown in the proper light as possible. Most of the recently selected for promotion cities such as Gainesville or

allowed under the BA classification, This spokesman said that in one city turn left on the first graded seasons. Even crops such as leafy crops can withstandmore to full Colonel. He was one Jacksonville, Hampton has a

commonly known as Business (Automotive he was familiar with, a request for spot .road (Townsend Cemetery asparagus, rhubarb and globe shade. of five Ordnance Corps lieu lot to be thankful for. Up to
artichokes
satIsfac-
Road). At the end of the road, provide tenant colonels selected for
zoning of businesses in a residential area now Hampton has been just a
). tory for Tree and shrub roots compete -
turn left and the farm is on the experiences many promotion approximately two
was not considered unless the applicant right gardeners although these I with vegetable plants for years ahead of his contem- quiet, restful place to live

When this classification is applied for could show a need for the business in the crops are not welladaptedhere. nutrients and water If the poraries. Cot Collins is cur- Unfortunately, Hamptonnow
concerned. The would not be The Wagon Train is also garden must be located near rently attending the Industrial if
choice
by someone wanting to operate an automobile area area has to make a -
zoned it said to suit scheduled for an overnightstop Grow that trees or shrubs, dig a ditch IV* College of the Armed Forces, she continues to merely"exist"
vegetables
repair shop it means that if spot was merely in Lake Butler on Saturday are to 2 feet deep and place roof-
D.C.
rezoned, the site could later be sold and the wishes of the property owner if he night Feb. 14 Other liked by considerations you and your family.should ing paper or a sheet of plastic Washington, and- otherwise fiscally ,legislatively one of-

used for: busines>'"services, professional or she wished primarily to serve cus- ." film _". \Refill.." side _t\F. the He has served In' several two things will happen. Either
from the trench. the ditch with high I level command and staff
services, personal services, retail sales tomers outside..area she will grow considerably las
soil I to form a barrier to roots. including battalion
and services Type A B and C restau- FORESTRY commander positions In Korea the zoning studies prediction
,
rants, taverns, drive-in theatres, service Apparently this is a fair criterion for Terry Reedy Generally you can grow a nel staff officer at Headquarters person-- a haphazard disorderly way,

stations, sale of new and used automo- judging the merits of a spot-zoning re- II IN BRADFORD COUNTY Farm Foresterair good garden wherever weeds Department the Army, or all either interest the citizens in their will civic lose
will Avoid that
biles truck sales, trailer rental sales quest, and would give the zoning board a are low grow and wet during areas the and Research/ and develop duties and Hampton as we
clubs and auto standard for granting or refusing a ment staff officer at head- will exist. I
motels, hotels night gardening season. A fertile, Materiel know it cease to

repair facilities including overhauling, request. easily worked soil is best, but quarters Command Army desire neither of these results
and works We've been having our fair pockets. Then you may other soils such as sands may Washington, D.C.A and I trust that you feel the
major paint body ,
repairs share of weather make a rim to hold in the rain- .
chilly lately.
same
be used. Since some gardeners 1951 graduate of Bradford wayHampton
These but two in which the
and are areas
commercial recreation entertain- better Or wet sites
You may not like it but it is water on ,
have little choice in soil, High School, he holds a BS
ment uses; but excluding) mobile homes present zoning code could stand some definitely good weather for do some digging to draw they can greatly improve an degree in business adminis- now has some

sales and rental. improvement. Doubtless there are many transplanting trees. excess water away. Remember unfavorable soil with applica- tration and an MS degree in monumental decisions, to
others which will from to keep your tree's roots make decisions which will
come to light With tions of organic materials contract and procurement
cold weather trees go moist while transplanting it. determine both the scope and
In other words "you pays your money time to time. into a dormant state, curtail- such as manure and compost management the orderliness of her growthfor

and you takes your choice." With such a ing growth. Then when you lift One last thing: Don't Fertil- Silver Queen variety sweet Col. Collins began his careerin decades to come. At present -

wide range of businesses, allowing prac- The zoning code will never be a per- the seedling from its nursery ize Just Yet You should waitat corn Is white and Golden 1949 by enlisting in the Flo- her water system is both

tically everything but bawdy houses and fect instrument, but the goal should be bed or its container and relocate least one month. To be on Cross Bantam variety is rida National l Guard. His mili- outdated and inefficiently
it in your yard, pastureor the safe side, you might wantto operated, not to mention
varieties include the
decorations
mobile homes sales, it is easy to under- to make it as workable as possible and wood lot, it does not sustain wait until the following fall yellow However tary below state standards. Her
differ not only in physical Legion of Merit, the Meritor-
stand the concern of neighboring property one that is best suited to the needs of surh a great shock. to begin fertilizing. appearance, but also in such ious Service Medal, the Air children, for the most part,

owners when a location is rezoned Bradford County. These trees will not require The U.S. Dept. of Agriculture ways as internal quality Medal and the Army Com- wander the streets in" searchof
Stabilization resistance to diseases and mendation Medal. "something to do Citizen
much water as they wouldif Agricultural -
as
Conservation Service climatic adaptability. Select interest Is, at best, minimal
transplanted in warm weather
They still will need (ASCS) has announced the varieties suggested in the so therefore citizen involve-

I Something NiceThe plenty of water for the first 1976 Agricultural Conservation "Vegetable Gardening ment, especially among the
few weeks. If Mother Nature Program containing provisions Guide" (Circular 104' because younger citizens of Hampton,
have to be Is at a "nominal" stage.
doesn't give us at least one for forestry practicesas they proven successful -
well as other agricultural in Florida. Try new
inch of rainfall every week,
Efforts be made
must by
and different items to in-
Telegraph has been accused, on House mandate.Mr. you will need to water your operations. Cost sharing prac- r 4dw each and every citizen of
tices have been established to crease your gardening
occasion, of seldom if ever saying anything new tree heavily twice weekly assist farmers in pleasure.A Hampton to work with your
week financially
Richardson made his commentson at first then once per
elected officials insure that
nice about candidatefor to
a Republican
stand of trees the
establishing a plan of garden shouldbe
until the summer rains beginto
office. the pardon! during a recent meetingwith fall. for soil protection or forestry prepared on paper show your government is. first of

reporters. It is not known yet just practices and to preserve and ing the location of each crop, all. blemishfree Then, make

Just for the record we're going to what political repercussions it will have, If you just water it lightly improve the environment. If the amount to be planted on whatever changes working will

write something nice about a man who, for Watergate' is an issue that is always every day, the tree will interested you must sign up each date crops to follow with those officials that
be to solve both the
although not a candidate at the present hanging over the head of the G.O.P., and develop its fine feeder roots at the ASCS office no later earlier ones, and the varietyof immediate necessary problems facing
near the surface. Then when than Thursday February 12, each vegetable to be
time, well be in the future.
may doubtless will become Hampton and at the same
more explicit No will
you stop watering the tree, the planted. one plan suit
The reason. for this precedentsettingevent when the nominees have been chosen at first dry weather will often be 1976.There the needs of everyone. time begin to plan in some
is also another cost brand
new areas, to attemptto
the conventions. The of disastrous because the tree Develop your plan from the
pardon
course,
is the fact that less than a week sharing program that has prevent chaotic, panicky
has in the and will in the future had failed to develop deep information on proper .
past and will be administered
after he appeared on President Ford'slengthy feeder roots. varieties,spacing and dates of growth in the near and near-
make Mr. Ford somewhat! vulnerable. by the ASCS. distant future.It .
list of possible running mates, Titled the Forestry Incentives planting given in the "Vege- ( tie

Elliot Richardson publicly criticized the In criticizing the pardon Mr. Richardson Even before you plant your Program it is set up strictlyto table Garden Guide." f. ).ri1. L! .. ..I has been predicted that

President's absolute pardon of former explained that while not believingthat tree you need to do some work assist with forestry prac- I'll discuss other consid'erations because of the 4-lamng of

President Nixon: for his role in Water Mr. Nixon should have to pri- and planning. tices. This program will allow in later articles. In the Cindy Edwards Waldo Road between Gainesville -
gone to $10.000 landownerper meantime, call your County and Waldo as well as the
up per
son, he did think that a pardon should First you need to decide office if have
gate.Mr. what year. This program is not Agent's you Wins BUS Family normal movements of our
you want the tree to
Richardson thereby demon have come at the discretion of prosecu- for you. provide in effect for 1976 as yet, but wear questions or problems.Washington. cities into the countryside

strated one of the qualities that would tors and that "the facts should have anticipating that it will be Leader Award Hampton can expect a population -

doubtless make him an asset to the come out first" Mr. Ford required Do you want a large shade functioning shortly as the U.S. Trip of almost 900 by 1995. Thatis
tree Maybe a Live Oak or Congress has already bud- an increase of approxi-
Republican ticket his independence- nothing of Nixon in exchange for the Magnolia is for you.. Or is your geted the money. For more Information Cynthia Karen Edwards, mately 150 percent. Some
although his frank statement would pardon, saying that he acted out of yard small and full of over- about these Contest Set daughter of Mr. and Mrs. very basic changes will haveto
William Edwards of Starke
hardly be enough to endear him to the "compassion and to heal national head wires? Then you may grams, contact the. ASCS has been named Bradford, be made in the fiscal and

man who could do much to help make wounds." need to plant a Dogwood or office at 964-6548 or call me at By Clay CoopClay High School's 1975-78 Betty administrative makeup of the
Redbud.Do 964-6554 in Starke.Kingsley city in order to avoid the proliferation
Richardson vice president.Mr. Crocker Family Leader of
But no matter what the outcome of stop-gap solutionsin
we
Electric Tomorrow
want plenty of birds Cooperative is
cannot help but admire Mr. Richardson's you future years as the growth
around Maybe a Holly shouldbe VillageRezoningBid again sponsoring its "Youth Miss Edwards won the makes its presence felt. Eachof
Richardson, it will be remembered frankness and display of independence, your selection. Tour To Washington" contest honor by competing with other you must begin to considerthe

as Attorney General resistedMr. although his election to high office might for high school eleventh seniors at BUS in a written impact of Hampton as a
Nixon's effort be at stake. Would that had (Now that you have decidedon graders. knowledge and aptitude surviving, functional in
to fire special Watergate we more the purpose of the tree, Set For TonightA Winners of the contest will entity
prosecutor Archibald Cox and such frankness on the part of all men in take a look at the site. What receive an all-expense paid examination Dec. Z. She will each of your lives, and beginto
receive a certificate from build the foundations
resigned rather than bow to the White public office type of soil do you have? hearing on rezoning sev- trip to the nation's capital General Mills of the which these additional on
Planting a Cypress or Sweet- eral blocks in Kingsley Lake during the week of June 13-18 sponsor new
annual scholarship citizens will build.
sandhill from RB to RC program, Please give
gum on a very dry, Subdivision An information packet with and she will become! eligible this letter serious thought It's
site is not practical unless you will be held tonight (Thurs-
contest rules and
reference for state and national honors. later than
plan to give it plenty of mulch day) by the Clay County Zon- material will be mailed to you think.

sJRI44 BRADFORD Co and water. If you plant a Sand ing Board at 7:30: p.m. meet- contestants after an application A $1,500 college scholarship -Dan L.Williams
Pine in the flatwoods, It is justa ing in the new courthouse at is received at the Coop'spublic accompanies the honor of
.Q pc matter of time until the tree Green Cove Springs.A relations department in state winner while second Hampton Fl.

utiligrai succumbs to a root rot fungus. change to RC classification Keystone Heights. Applica- place state winners will

1r.l"07 Therefore, you need select a would permit the place- tions may be picked up at any receive a grant of $500.
tree that fits the conditions mobile homes of the six district offices
will ment of within or by An all expanse paid trip to
7 your vard provide the following area In Kingsley writing to Clay Electric Coop, Washington, D.C. for state
BOBG. FERGUSON JOHN M MILLER Village: Lots 1 through 24 Youth Tour Contest P.O. Box winners and their faculty

Publishers Now that you have selectedthe Block A; all Blocks B, C, andD 308, Keystone Heights, Fla advisors is scheduled
FVibtshed each' Thursday and entered a*second Class Matter at the Poet Office at Starke, Fla uncJ*Act tree and dug the hole mix ; Lots 1 2,13.16 of Block E; 32656. by Genera Mills, when r

o. Marcn 3. 1879 some peat with the soil,espec- and all Blocks H, J, J, and K. the A11-American Family s
Subscription rate m trade area' $6 per year: $3.50 sb months. ially on dry sites. After put This area does not include Application deadline Is Leader of Tomorrow will be
Outside trade...a: $7 per year: $4 00 sic months. ting the tree's roots into the waterfront property and March 1 and essays: must be announced. Winner of this People one had their children -

Phone 964-63T5( Starhe. Fla. ground, pack the moist soil would not permit operation ofa submitted by. April 1 in order honor will receive a $5,000 white wear n.ckl.ce. of
compete. buds
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c News

ELIZABETH GIVENS WALt i WIT
r BLACK IIISTORY
'K OBSERVANCE SET D
n The Bradford County
NAACP will have its annual
Black History observance at /
the following places: Sunday,
Feb. 8, Allen Chapel AME
Church; Monday Feb. 9, New'Bethel tLi
Church; Tuesday Feb.
.' 0.hUE; Wednesday, Feb. 11, I''
Greater Free Will Baptist __ _
Church; Thursday, Feb. 12, __ __

Pleasant Grove United __ __ __
Methodist Church; Friday, I

Feb.Church 13., Philadelphia Lawtey. All Baptist pro PRtcES2e \ I,

grams will begin at 7:30: p.m. I -
On Saturday, Feb. 14, the L1 '0"5 O I IteffEC11E
week's activities will climax
I
with an Awards Banquet at ...
11:30: at the Holiday Inn In ,. .
Starke. Rev. Donald Pelham "\."....,.. S !
will be speaker and music will 1\\U\\S.\
be provided by Sister Estelle 5 1 :
Wade and Sister Susie Banks. bts BEEF ELB i
Awards will be given to our
many contributors. Reserve T'f1T,

WINN DIXIE STORES
CHURCH NEWS COPYRIGHT 1976 I:
. St. Johns Missionary Baptist C'I I l'l'I'

Willie Church Huffman Lawtey pastor.; Rev. MIX OR MATCH MIX OR MATCH MIX OR MATCH All VIGITABtl I

"Church School, 10 a.m. Wor'ship 3 -p
', Services 11 a.m. and 3 BARTLETT PEARS !6CAN .. \ i5C0 CRISCOMIX
ASTOR &- CAN THRIFTY MAID GRICN)
I p.m. each first and second
Sunday. Monday night, /- KCS. MTTY CROCKIR IIAVF.R FRUIT COCKTAIL LIMA BEANS \

.Prayer Meeting; Bible Study CAKE MIXES 14-.i tomi !. CAN THRIFTY MAID

day each and Wednesday Saturday, 5:30.:Choir Thurs Rehearsal *- !. CANS THRIFTY MAID* HEINZ KETCHUP PORK & BEANS 1

5:30: p.m. TOMATO JUICE 16-01. CAN I. ) THRIFTY MAID CUT 14-.I. CAN THRIFTY MAID
Antloch: Missionary Baptist i-i p>nctj. CRACKIN cobb SWEET POTATOES CRANBERRY SAUCE I
Church Rev. Dennis
? Strong R4dk-d I
.pastor Thursday night SALTINE CRACKERS a-ROtl PKO. ARROW !*- CAN THRIFTY MAID' !
Prayer Meeting. Friday night 10PKGS.. CRACKIN' GOOD BATH TISSUE APPLE SAUCE ,
Greater Bethlehem Free Will
Baptist Church will render TOASTER PASTRIES 3Oi.. IOAF DIXII DARLING FAMILY STVLI (- a. PKG.I MUIUIRSPAGHETTI !rTT-7k$UI.1.1 more f>urch t*_ .

service. Sunday services LOAF OIXII DARLING BREAD
begin with Church School, 10 RAISIN BREAD LAUNDRY B1IACHCLOROX l'i
(lam. Worship services, 11
,a.m. and 6:30: p.m.
. MU Zion AME Church. Rev. u I [III I Ic

,Richard, Bethel pastor.
",Church School, 10 a.m. Morning F
., ) Worship and Love Feast,
(J1. Communion Service, 4
(p.m. MIX OR: : MATCH OR MATCH 7-UP I ORPEPSICOLA: [.
,I" Church of God in Christ,
I'Elder DR. Williams pastor. CAN THRIFTY MAID 4i
1/,,Revival is being conducted by GOLDIN CORN I. CAN THRIFTY MAID ] 4iAJ"
Ioevangelist! Patterson from TOMATO
'),Jamaica, Feb. 2-6. Church CAN THRIFTY MAID SAUCE
School. 9:30: Sunday. Com- PEAS PIUS DEPOSITLAND
CAN THRIFTY MAID 2wtlh !. ,,
I. limit $7.50 purchase cig.r.tt
r m.r.
rtmunion Service,11:30.: YPW,5 F KO. JUFFY CORN
I I I _
TOMATO
tf MIX PASTE :
p.m.New and k MAXWIll HOUSE
, ( Bethel Kbeneier
I QIXII DARLING CHIISI A
, Baptist Churches. Rev. Leroy T1.I DINNER 1O'[ ji.. CAN THRIFTY MAID CHICKIN ,. i
;Davis pastor. Services begin ,
I
, at New Bethel with Prayer F>KO. ASSORTID NOODLE SOUP NtIJIJ1
Meeting and Bible Study com NAPKINS 'O* SUNSHINEBUTTER
bined, 7 p.m. Church School, CAN NINI IIVIS >* CAN CRACKIN- GOOD -
9:45: am. Sunday Morning CAT FOOD
POTATO STICKS
H
Worship at 11. Deaconess
'Anniversary, 3 p.m. Commun- _: TdI.
.ion Service, 6 p.m.I .
Ebenezer Baptist and Church Bible, II II 1lBf>KG.IQTRS. I s ''Il _
Prayer Meeting
I I'1 [.1: )____ _
yiStudy? .7 p.m. ThursdayiiiClHMHh.Schooi.i,10am. ,, : I !
:
tflLLTTiJI \I"
.
ten- !
urinating\ services for the day. limit T w/$7.5O m ''
') Greater Bethlehem Free
twill Baptist Church. Rev.
'I
,.Jasper Williams pastor. TinyI WeD BRAND USDA CHOICE WeD BRAND QUICK FROZENROUND
I Tots rehearsal Monday night BONELESS BOTTOM
Tuesday night Prayer M.eet- $ 5 9 .
,ing. Wednesday night, Senior BROAD
Choir rehearsal Thursday BREASTED
night Story Hour at the 43c
church and Ladies Circle ,
meeting at home of Mrs. .q.MMIMT.ua. I 10-LBS.S.
James Prince. Friday night ROAST CHOICE ,!! TURKEYS & UP:
'the pastor and congregation' --- LB.
will render services at An ,
tloch Mislsonary Baptist
'Church, 8 pm The Senior W D BRAND" USDA' CHOICE BONELESS BOTTOM USDA GRADE" "A" FRESH! FROZENWHOLE
:Choir will serve. Dinners will
''be sold from the kitchen on ROUND STEAK X169. FRYERS 49c
Saturday Sunday is Youth LB, \ .
:Day. Church School 9:30.: us. I,
'Morning Worship at 11 KNEIPS ROUND OF W D BRAND" USDA CHOICE

Dinner Women's service Home, Mission 12:30.: The will CORNED BEEF $139 N.Y. STRIP STEAKS LB.X199 I
be in charge of 6 p.m. service. LB. .
*All ladies asked to wear white.
Pleasant Grove United
MrthodUt Church Parish. HARVEST FRESH WESTERN EXTRA FANCY GOLDEN OR5LB.
Rev. Willie Stitt pastor.. The
.Young Adult Choir will RED DELICIOUS
rehearse each first and second FLORIDAORANGES
Monday at 7:30.: Tiny Tots I IHARVIST ,I
rehearsal. 6pm. Tuesday.
Prayer Meeting 7:30 p.m. APPLES
,
Tuesday. Thursday night BAGS
Bible Study, 8 p.m. Sunday
Services beginning with
Church School, 10 a.m.
Morning Worship at 11. Mt. INDIAN HIVIH WMITI OR PINKGRAPE FRISMGREEN

Moriah church service will, / / 1 4 $] 00 1
conclude with Church School FRUIT. CABBAGE
10 a m.First. / .
Born Church of the
Living God.Elder S.V. Cohens HAMVIST FRISM WISTIRND'ANJO HOODS 1OO M. PUREORANGE I Id's
pastor. Tuesday night Prayer 11 $ 00 I
Meeting. Wednesday night 1 PEARS !. JUICE ]
.
'Terry Service. Sunday ser- ..
.
'vices with Church '.
begin .: \ t
School 10 a m. Morning Worship -
at 11. At 3 pm. Rev. Y'RIfTY MAID
HICKORY SWEET "

congregation Heastie, choir will ushers render ser-and BACON PK $! 29iS>; ICE MILK GAL" 79c I
vice at :3 p.m. SLICED . . 0.: . . . .
True Church of God in ... ;;S""D.
White WO BRAND IOO% PURE "(IN 5 "10 IB HANOI PAKS) ; FROZEN
pastor.Unity Elder Prayer Sampson Meeting. 7:30:: 79c 'i' 4 da $1 00
GROUND BEEF LB GRAPEFRUIT JUICE .
p.m. Monday. Terry Service . CANS
each Wednesday night. Friday '" I
night Prayer Meeting and HARVEST FRESH VINE RIPE CRACKIN'" GOOD COCOA CHIP OR COCONUT

preaching 1PKG: SSc t
TOMATOES . . 39c BAG COOKIES . .
Greater Allen Chapel AME
Church. Rev. R.G. Heastie HARVEST FRESH
'pastor.Area The Meeting District was 4 Missionary held at CRISP LETTUCE . . LS.19c I -.CHUCK ROAST. . LB 98 I

Allen Chapel; : on Saturday. ,
Jan. 31, with the president!
Mrs. Freddie Felder presiding. -

: 1 1 k k I

1 Sunday services begin with jf'I

Church School. 10 a.m. Wor- / p I I I I p
ship Services 11 a.m. and 3
"'p.m. The pastor, choir
Ushers, and congregation will
;nder service at the First
' orn Church of the Living : i14.I :

God All .members asked toperate. 44 1 1 41TI.1; / I 1ffaSDW


CARDOFTIIANKS I I '. I 1
Many thanks for all acts of
t kindness at the death of our
ughter who was burled
Saturday. Words can never
express:: our feelings. May God
ever bless you all. -Mr. and
Mrs. I. RoblMon. - JI



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,'I:! 'fl:i.i?:<;it\rn. .. February !5, 111111!


I UCBuildingBoaLAKE rd To Remain Unchanged Voting SetTuesday


Archie Crews and Chairman Union County. A new inspector
BUTLER and Cumming, who motion was! seconded by Com-
petition Barry
Gerald Griffis dissenting. most likely will be selectedat
missioner Paul Riherd.
.
with approximately 180 signa- appeared at the meeting.Just
Last month inspector
After a brief discussion Wil- next week's W
ture was presented to the before the luncheon Commissioner C.U Crews son was fired by the licensing Union County f'I BrookerWith
Union Commission at In
County
recess Commissioner D.E. voted with Woodington and board after the commission Industry and
its regular monthly meetingon Skip) Woodingtora made a Riherd and the motion passedon determined that he and the with the
Tuesday Feb. 3. asking/ the boardas board did not see eye to of the only in the
that the ordinances motion to continue a 3.2 vote( of the commis- eye approval opposition
setting up is and his about many inspections !in mission. City Councilmen,
the Union Construction it currently sion with Commissioners ; race for two
County Chuck Weber of Brooker will hold
the Town
and
Industry Licensing
forester, its regular city election on
Board be abolished and that
to allow the Tuesday, Feb. 10, with polls
Sam Wilson or someone of
equal qualifications be appointed Return To Work Programs Union County open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. at
divided for hall.
building official of the city
He said the land
Union County. able for the One hundred and six votersare

They commission in a 3.2 Advocated For Prisons ber.Weber qualified on the Brooker
vote. refused to alter the outlined rolls.
statutes of the board. The In to 460 acres at the
petition was a move to get Rep. Don Tucker D- habilitative process of the about response his a querle four different Mayor Roy Carroll and City
presidential preference ,
fired Tallahassee. electedto inmates. They tended to be sale of Castlen
building inspector Sam recently Tucker said "I like the Clerk Joyce are
Wilson reinstated.This second term as Speaker of soft adding more educational Carter." to pay for it. unopposed in their bids for reelection -
the Florida House advocatesmore programs in hopes of rehabili- Jimmy This project and will automatic
is the second month in work programs to keep tating criminals" Tucker ter's Tucker stand indicates that Car- could be used in ally be elected to another
a row that the question of said.If on justifying the
inmates in the stale's prison of through 1979 or term.
federal
maintaining!:! the board was existence agenciesand
system from being idle. there is no change in the each called for the
personnel
brought up at the monthly Speaking at a press conference year Union County for the two
prisoners a attitudes the result rather than just automatically Competing
of the
commission.Last \
meeting at thelolday/ Inn in according to Tucker is continuing programs. He assist with the Council seats to be filled Tues-
month
they gave theboard Starke last Thursday. Jan. 29., with the County incumbent Henry
of merely educated crooks. advocates the same processfor day are
vote confidenceafter
a Tucker recited statistics that member of the
a Fire Chief George
Harrell
Wilson complained to the }He revealed that Florida is state government and said :
have that rehabilitative
proven mission. His who defeated by
Pierce, was
he advised the House
Appropriations
commission that his decisionswere
conducting a study
programs have no effecton at present tion of the vote in his try for the
Committee to begin HP one
constantly being overturned recidivism return rate of comparing the Florida system w and
or could net Union k council last February,
with and
by the licensing board. corrections in zero justify every
with programs
inmates.
proximately! $ his first
making
Tucker said the Flo- cent spent by the state. Yk 4dA'+. OtisTetstone
Tucker faulted bureaucratsin Texas. was concluded.The .r ? f Harrell is
The commission at first took He said Carter had balancedthe bid for public office.
the under advise the prison system for allow- rida taxpayer contributes Joy construction worker and
petitions budget in Georgia while presents a
ment after ing inmates to sit around withno much more to prisons than nimously to check for their and Tetstone are
thE'Yere presented serving as governor and that a both Pierce I
bv Johnny leyJohns work to do. /He reasoned! residents of) Texas because project. at Sunland Training I ICenter.
work which Carter is better prepared to be employed
They the prison officials more programs R.D.
president than else he Gainesville. i
lend to think that work is not make the system in Texas anyone commission for
knows in the'race.
necessarily helpful to the re- more self-supporting. creating a dog 4-H Incumbent Ken Young's 1
Union County. ____ ...in _._ ri,_ !
name win not appear' Asked To Close that the City of open to all. For fur- ballot. He had apparently I.
Injunction Garagefor had contact Intended to qualify but
the purpose of at 964-6554. missed the noon deadline by I
A court injunction was filed business. Gaines said he ation of the shop. Green has pound. several minutes, according to
:Monday by the Bradford has written Green advising defied the county's order by He urged the Hampton Club will Clerk Castlen. I
County Commission to order him that operating the busiadvertising he is still open for consider working types of bird Brooker voters will cast
(Charles Green to vacate a ness before it is properly business at the Morgan Road of Lake Butler and place them on ballots for two of the three in
Ask garage on Morgan Road following zoned is a violation of county address. obtain a place school grounds so the council race, with the top
for
a complaint that he has ordinances. stray dogs of all ages can being elec-
violated the county zoning Green was allowed 15 days "We need to show we have Lawrence also behavior. two ted. vote-getters
Charley r, code from the time of the commissome teeth in our zoning" that he
Green applied for rezoning sion's decision to cease operGaines said. Attorney General I
E. from agricultural to business vin and Shevin Men As Robbers Of Store
automotive of two acres next ]Rescue Unit's School Zone Speed Hit letter read to the -
to :Morgan Road Baptist by Clerk Robert Jan. 23 for possession of Starke. was anvslcd! Jan
Church November.: ; 1975. with the County stolen from J.D. :!:2 for shading inside a I duelling -
\b..ut./. hi.llue.tiuni/ : The commission unanimouslydenied LAKE BUTLER In a brief discuss the problem. for a state grant has been held at a tl'lolllols1"11"/ I 110'
.'KuiiH'swas insurance the change in January discussion the Union County' school said officials.He he has reinstructedhis mal shelter. since 2:30: a m. last was released on $l.r;;ini .rerog> !
although the Bradford County Commission at its monthly The $3.000 bail. nuance bond 1.'I'illl10":' rose
!l"'oId.It'h be careful and '
drivers to
j > whenwe Feb.
meeting on Tuesday 3, action on hurt in the shouting
Zoning Board recommended it Jefferson 25. way !
had a tl.in liiu-rcnt aired a complaint filed by that they are in the process of sals.
he approved.
Martha Riherd of working out alternate routes
Iolid'-. in Principal Jerry Wilson
u\rr our Green protested the action
varoou" .ri.k.. pniperll saying!:! that zoning board Lake Butler Elementary away from schools in session. the Union County
(I4mJge. i riiiH' li ibilit recommendations to the five School asking that the am- vice reported Greatest:
> > bulance service honor the
Klass and neon si.in.bu..in. / commissioners had never speed limit when going January Rainfall were answered 50 [I]
t been> turned down. However Motorcycle
.' school! when
*
Interruption, the commission decided that through a zone said total
etcHUM II tin. school is in session. with
in in we the reclassification( was bad Below $1,954.72
AverageBradford
..au' in premium.iide /oning because the garage They discussed the com- the month Sale Ever!
plaint filed
from would be operated next door to by Principal 2.3-inch $765.60 thus
inTxnii.il tine'1 by County's
Martha Riherd of the UC Elementary -
vice in the red
paikajiinu all in-ur- a church. average rainfall for Januarywas NOW $599
/ our School located at the Was 780
of for
$1,189.12
\\ went the injunctive
two inches less than the
ante in .. Mulli i !Peril south city limits of Lake
be January.
route although it will more 4.33-inch 50 for $599
year average NOW
'" Was 780
i Butler on SR-121 where on
policy Wilson
pointed
costly, because it was the that month.
Charley E. most permanent method," Jan.apparently 21. the answered rescue ambulance a call at The county's three fire were having Was 085 NOW $859
lections and did -
said County Zoning Director( towers recorded the following
I. :M Games.Games about 8:30: a.m. when the totals for the month ending money to put all Was NOW $690
JOHNS 890
AGENCY
youngsters were arriving at
said claims through -
that Green has January 31: New River, 2.6
131 SO WALNUT ST !been operating the garage school. The could letter cited have that been a inches; Louis Hill 2.4; Santa claims court.Chairman Was '770 NOW' ,$515
ever since a ;Nov; 20. 1973 ad- youngster Fe 1.9. ,
PHONE 9B4-5O7O" injured by the ambulance not
u'rtisement that he was open that Wilson
abiding by the 15 mile per avenue of Stark
hour speed limit and that alsoit quent fees of
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dry.'V
was necessary for a school claims court. He
Douglas bus to pull over to allow the sary we can talk 964.6020 304 E. Call Starke Fla.coooaooeooooooooooooooDoc.
Wayne ambulance to go through. judge to assist
Wilson said the ambulancewas the claims.
called to assist a patient Wilson also .
OO13iJUJm who had apparently suffered a soon the service -
heart attack and he pointedout medicare I -
that It was necessary to that will assist
get to the patient within five to i some fees for Dct pernin; ,

( (] Crnf] seven that is minutes the most of the crucial attack time as service. I I BUILDING CONTRACTOR


Ithtt/nl I I t />> I Cutting t 1 Et: Wrapping Of f according with a heart to Wilson.attack sufferer Van Stop SI /. C.tifi.J

He said the ambulance was 11 '
496.2185'
Your! Beef or Pork travelling at 35 miles per hour +
and that he was in it as an aide M"'el' : WHO ARE' -TC1IN6 Set Feb. COMMERCIAL
'otk Curing Servicep and that no children were 10 quIT; PSYCHOLOGISTS: JAY, W
crossing the street at the timeof SMCULO: TRV TO FIWP'' : *oweSWZTlTUte CONSTRUCTION

p ( ', Sausage! For Sale the ambulance going owe: MIGHT BE roaTHSIRMASIT.DRIMKIMfiCUPS ,,, .' At LAKE BUTLER-
through the area. OF MOT TEA. IT PKOVlPeftA The Veterans
'.
""I t k. Wilson's letter of reply to ten-Tie" : BOOST TO 'YOUR: T
.. tion office in
I : ,,,, H" ". the principal was read to the MOOr:, vET IT VWOW'T,) ADD UlJWAMTCC '- -
has announced
CALORJI TO vouR pier.
t : rt"'h'" commission and Wilson indicated for
____ spot help
rv. -- that he would still like to available In

--- day. Feb. 12,
Madison Street
street from the
Shopping Center
p.m., where a
staffed by D

Administration William R. I C ,

director of the

Office thecounselors in St.

file claims
and provide

A Sure !Way To Catch A Man e the benefits full range of i

and dependents.The purpose i

Mobile Van tour
Come To The veterans who

p f full veterans use of are their not


(] Q( ( (tWELLJ( (!: ( ( cation the the form help, of


alfi.rGQ sion, insurance

( CLLLL$ (] J, dents care.Veterans in these and : of Homes In

vited to bring

135 W. Call St. 964-6305 lors they may in the have County: . .

VA's indicated this is



Order 500 Wedding Invitations vans effort veterans.The to to new"bring take" 1973 MONTE BELLO


veterans outside 24 K 60 Bath 1'125 Bedroom
cities where the

Send 499 Out To Friends & RelativesThe in has located June most was 1973.! of is is $5995

vans have toured

providing thousands of Same Used

Other Invitation throughout the > Home So Low ,




Goes To The Groom. E:;: pme"S01'6


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from too many
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I December Land SaEugene les Total 64OMOO I


barely Land transactions for 1975 F. Shaw and John Addition to the City of Starke Robert J. Gentilman- sold $4,000 ./
crept from
over the $7 Kopelousos sold lot eight of for $7,500 to Edward Combs Geneva Hosier from sold to Raymond and Ida Joan
million three of to
mark as the block parcels property Limited. Huston McClane sold lots
year two of The Woods Subdi- Rosier. Norton
ended with $040,000 and Dorothy Tetstone as joint Christine E. Gentilman for George of Jacksonville about three four and
in land vision to Stephen A. and Linda Jr., and and Kathleen 26.11 five of Pine-
tenants. acres In the SE
sales for the $4,000 including lot one of Roberts quarterof dale
month of Decem sold to Brian Replat to Paul and
Cubbedge for
a one-acre
$5,500.
Horace and Marion WilU- block in Lake section 24, T5S R21E along
Andrew III and one Crosby Evelyn Hamilton a NE Corner of the Martha Brown for $39,000.
ber.Only a few homes were sold Eaves purchased two Carolyn ford purchased one and a half Shores, 18 acres in the SW land lying in the west block one in SR-225 Barbara for the sum of $25,000. James C. Trucks, Jr., and
although tax receipts were land In the NE parcelsof acres in section two, T6S, quarter of Section 36, T5S fourths of the NW from the Klondes purchased David and Bonnie Fullwood
Corner about
of the R22E for 1.9
high according to tax NW $8,500 from William R2IE and all of governmentlot the SW Quarter of acres of property in sold to Donald E. Bish and
stamps Quarter of the NE N. State Bank of the SE
affixed to deeds and Norine Raby. one (about five acres) in T6S R22E quarter of section 32, Carlton E.
recorded for $5.000. Hardin of Jacksonville
in Quarter
of for
Section 33, T6S, Southern $35,0(10.( ) T6S, R22E
Discount north of
the vault of the circuit court R22E for $3,000 from Fred K. Atlanta Co. of section 35, T5S, R21E. Loyd C. and Louise ,Jr. of Miami $6,000. SR-13 for lots 16 and 17 of Santa Fe
Largest of the December and Lois Blackburn sold approximately E.W. Hodges, Jr., sold lots Brooker bought lot Shores for $7,000.(
transactions of Semi- one acre in section 36, T6S, one and nine of an unrecordedplat block $7,000'I one Euston Levy and Margaret and
was the sale by nole County.Marlene five lot one of in the north Norman Henry Mamie Barrettof
John P. and Sarah Torode of Gayle Williams of R22E to Jean E. and Euna of land in section 8, T7S and lot one of block SW quarter of purchased ap- Lawtey purchased approximately -
Milligan for proximately eight in
the
6500. R20E to L.L. and Vivian Parker acres
about eight acres of Cumberland Shady Oaks one-half acre of
property County in North Willard of section 32, SE quarter of the SW
in three parcels for$150,000 to Carolina sold to Joseph Bur- Marie Wayne and Helen of Brooker for $2,000. $2,700 from A.S. and US-301 from of section 34, T5S quarter property on US-301 in the NE
Wynn sold lot R21E northof
a on L.L. and Vivian Parker sold
Jack and Clara Hazen. The chick of Erie, Jane Green. for $27,000. quarter of section 1, T5S
Pennsylvania a Broadway Street In Starke for to E.W. SR-229 for $10,500( from I
Hodges,Jr. lots four R22E for
property which includes land half interest in lot 36 in block $6,000 to Odessa unrecordedplat Steve and Christine Reddish Doris Norman. $1,000 from Maybelle ,
Thomas.
southwest of five and six of an sold lot and Albert Norman.
SR-229,is located three of Dowling's Addition six of block acres in the SE Jessie Viola
In Section 29, T6S R22E. for $4,400. Pearson Oliver of Eugene Lawtey and Lillian in section 8,T6S,R20E for Nichols Acres for $ 24, T5S about ,31 acres in Taylor the south sold Maybell and Albert Norman ,
Other purchased $6,500. Maurice and Doris sold a half acre on US-301 in
transactions .
property Myrtle H. to
McKinney sold about 1.5 acres in lot t one of Ronald and Patricia Porterof Harry portion of section four T7S, section ,.
during the last month the street. 1, T5S R22E for$1,000
of the west half of lots eight and for Rhonda Long R22E for$5,000 to Chester
Lawtey from and
$3,100 Ethel Gainesville
purchased lot 26 Lot William G. and Velma
year include: nine of block 23 in 55 in Woodlawn Bar-
Temple's D. Reddish. of Geneva Lake Shores for sion was purchased for Reddish Evelyn Martha Wise. rett. I
Powell
and
-- J. Michael A. and. Mar.zar..tAnn _
- " Nemeth one-sold acre' -approximately of-: I i


t t t the property SE: quarter in the south of the half SW of I

3OI OFF FOOD 30* OFF quarter R22E for of$7,500 section to Frank 16, T6S and

Magdalene Dyer.
I I Carter Construction of I':
I
Pantry Pride P1LLSBURYFLOUR I Conerly Tallahassee Estates, Inc.for, sold$38,000 lot 7 of to I'

I FAI R I I L.Stephen Dean and and Betty Janice Cassels.B. I

SUGAR. Alvarez sold two parcels of
property in the east half of theSE

I I I of section quarter 29 of, T6S the NE R22E quarter in the
I I\\lII:. .I City of Starke on Collins Place
79.m PLAIN OR SELF-RISING 59
SUPERMARKETS and Polk Street for $13.500 to
5 LB BAG 5 LB BAG John E., Jr., and Nettie

WITH TNI*COUPON AT PAMTHY. PHIOI ON Old/ 'TONG WIO.POD..THRU STARKE I WITH TMII COUPON AT PANTRY MIDI. OR O/d'. TON I{WIO. FI...,THRU f Yvonne Curies. I
WID.FIB.if,"{T{.uurr-1 OP EACH CINT OFF. COUPON WITH A tr.so ON f win.PUS.r,117..LIMITor'ACN CIMTS OFF. COUPON WITH A*7.1100114Ii1'iii"DiiACiiiDUCi Tommie R. and Annie Rau- I
320 SOUTH UOftl POOO ONDIH. lerson purchased lots 11 and 12

iUDi II / r WALNUT ST. .. / iACiiDUiiLU .. of One block for seven$2,000 of Carlotta from Vickie Unit

Jean Colson.

Super Discount 1 Super Discount 1 EveryDayLowPrice lEveryDayLowPrice Bradford Keystone, Inc.Developers, sold to Walter of
and Charlotte Rees lot 14 of
block two in Keystone Club
SAVE SAYE Estates for -4,500.
U S DA GRADE A
BONELESS BEEF lOb tTh. CUTBONELESS 1111 31 David D. Jackson Jr., of
FARMER GRAY SEL.F BASTING CENTER CUT BEEF Jacksonville purchased

BEEFSTEAK property in the NW quarter of
DELMONICOSTEAKS YOUNGTURKEYS SIRLOINSTEAKS the NW quarter of the SE
quarter of section 25, T5.<;.
R22E from Arthurine Blan-
chard for 5000.
Lake Properties Inc., sold
r property in Smokerise Subdi-
WITH AUTOMATIC POP UP TIMER vision for $5.000())( to Harry A.
Ut Yeargin of Jacksonville.Carl .
L. and Shirley Johns
U.S. GOV T. 10 LBS US GOV T U.S. GOVTINSPECTED sold property along SR-230
INSPECTEDCORN and 230A in the NE quarter of
4 INSPECTEDwORN & UP FED the NE quarter of section 34.
FED CORN FED LBEveryDayLowPrice T6S. R22E for$1.500 to Sandra
and Charles Durkee of Clay
3 County.

EveryDayLowPrice EveryDayLowPrice "W EveryDayLowPrice "M Super Discount Sup r Discount portion George of lots Kopelousos one and sold two of a

.... .... block four in Temple's Addition
71' BEEF 10' BEEF CHUCK 71f SECF BLADE CUT I' BONELESS 21' f U.S. NO. 1 /0 WESTERN' 71' for$57,900 to Constantinos

f R CHUCK CUBESTEAK CHUCKROAST STEW f IDAHO BAKING' SIZE ICEBURGLETTUCE and Rosa Maria Speed Knpcloiisos.sold about 2.5

STEAK acres in section 25, TBS. R22E
I) ... .. I POTATOESI .. for.$2.000 to Holy Temple of
,.01. I .
I God. Inc., of Melrose. I.
: U, 00"1" $109' U -', CQV T I U. COVTINSPfCTtO BBC jtI 10 OO < O.L. Jordan of Louisianasold

___ ___ ___ N/SPCTID COJONFID _CORN INSPICTlp FID LB [ CORN FCO 1 LB BAG J* M A in Butler the west Court 100 feet for of$1,500 lot five to

Eston and Grace Jordan.

L EveryDayLowPrice EveryDayLowPrice W EveryDayLowPrice "W EveryDayLowPrice EveryDayLowPrice "M EveryDayLowPrice 1 Super Discount purchased Wilda Landis the east of 50 Lawtey feet of

lot 22 in the Town of Lawtey
.,ANT.y..IDI 34' PANTRY PRIDECauliflower PANTRY PRIDE 27' Pantry Pride Is, to 5 LARGE FIRM 71 for $3,400 to II.C. and Eunice

GRi'NiiiANS f FRESHDONUTS BUTTERLOAFBREAD f' GREEN f RED RIPE Kelly.James L. and Shirley Neill;
=; ; Brusset Sprouts & Andrews sold lot 14 ot block
WrHHI ntMNtl E TOMATOES3l
CORN or PEAS Bro *u- $1.500 to Doyle E. and E.
'.o; ,.. r "A J, I : Inez Starling of Lawtey.
3/I 59' 39c CTN. I
CHOICE rouR 4/$1 OF PAK -2/79 PAIR __ / OP S Taylor Larry purchased R. and property Catherine in

the NW quarter of the SE
OUN IVIHVO4T YOU MVIIU -- quarter of the SE quarter in
COMPARE .
>M HtCI i urTD PANTRY
1 ? section 15, T7S R22E from
ORCHARD HILL Pantry Mary Wilson of Georgia for
HUH ASSOITEO SLICED OUMICHS I II AVI 1 PRIDE 1000.

Pork Loin Chops ? JP, ..' 1 GREEN FRUITPIES ; Pride W.T.and Margaret Jackson
t. sold property in the City of
ICNUWE HIS HIltND SOU lt CUT SHOUIDEI Starke, including a quonset i
.69e 3040- BEANS hut and three metal
Lamb Roast &< ;,,;,; 1 9oz FhKrrQlo TURKEY-CHICKEN- for $60,000 to buildings Jackson

ItNUINE HI* ZE/IKNO/ SHOUIOCI lltDE FRENCH STYLE BEEFPOT Development Corporation

Lamb Chops OU1cAS/A01EN: ,.89' lOoz WHOLE OR KERNEL CHERRY-APPLE-BLUEBERRY Inc.Lucie W. Fraser of Jefferson

rMTi PIIOC I2n mtSkinless CORN or PEAS PIES County sold to Burdett and
69 20' Joyce Green approximatelyone
Franks 1 FROZEN acre in lots 59 and 60 of

CHiUum MS T_COIOIS US M 1 SAVE YOUR 4/l SAVE FROZEN 8oz 4/$1 SAME Soz ,Q, 95 14500.Woodlawn Subdivision for

Bathroom Tissue 83 1 25' CHOICE sea FROZEN Burdett and Joyce Green

I ALL ITEMS PRICES GOOD WEDNESDAY FEB. 4. THRU WEDNESDAY FEB. It.laYS. QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED. sold lots 59 and 60 for$18,900 to
Roger and Venice Higgin-

EveryDayLowPrice 1 EveryPayLowPrice \ EveryDayLowPrice \ EveryDayLowPrice John botham.Edward and of Middleburg.L.G. Mallie and Dad Dorothy.sold to

Harris a parcel of property in
SAYE SAVE SAVE SAVE the NE quarter of the NW
PET 31B 11 151 6er quarter of section /:1, T6S
; DEL MONTE R22E for $4,600.Reno .


COFFEECREAMER CUT GREEN Pride Cemetery

.I',
I BEANS Discussed! By
SALTINES
!I CREAM STYLE & WHOLE KERNEL City PlannersA r


cemetery in the Reno section .
9.: 4 of Starke was discussed
16.50Z 16oz LB Monday, Feb. 2, by the City f
Zoning Board at the regular
CANS CAN
160Z BOX monthly meeting of the board.
I, Chairman AI Crosby said he
received a phone call over this
past weekend from a church
EveryDayLowPrice EveryDayLowPrice EveryDayLowPrice EveryDayLowPrice EveryDayLowPrice group that has had some i
property donated to it on the

PRNrRr' PRIOI. '7"' PANTRY PRIDE Ij PANTRY PRIDE 11' 1 PANTRY PRIDE $' Pantry PridePORK 7 IASSOMTEO end Church of Church and Street between
Cherry.
CUTMPRNCN/frl{ I FLAVORS28o
J GREEN CAKEMIXES APPLESAUCE SLICED & *. SOFT City The Clerk board Merrill was advised Edwards by

I BEANS : CARROTS BEANS DRINKSIL that the city has no zoning
regulations regarding ceme-
$ teries.The board after a brief
6014/$1. A 11014/$1 4/ discussion did not take
IL L89c t 4/sI f I RETURN BTLS action on the proposal.The any
board unanimouslyvoted


r' -- --:;'NY-SIZE -,I (f\\ --i BREYERI (ir---QE-ERALMiLiS: ) 1 SAVE- -- -- PAM' -, home Those at belonging to 1110 present approve North to at Oak Bobby the a Street.mobile meet-Bennett -


I I 1 DOZEN I I I I TOTAL I I PURE VEGETABLESPRAYON I ing in addition to chairman
L Crosby Included Claire
I. II ICE CREAM II CEREAL II Capps, Joyce Riherd and Don

I EGGS II HALF GALLON I ij I I I Wamwright. Carl Haile was
120& PACKAGE 8 OUNCE CAN not present at the 23 minute
;1 I I WITH THIS COUPON AT PANTRY I ,I I I I meeting.
I
WITH THIS WITH THIS COUPON AT PANTRY _
PANTRY
CASH COUPON AT
OttR10 h0 A ATMY PRIDE OR O/4 STORES waD, CASH -----
==N 00YP0.,.,.u N,"RRr l.Rr.PRI 0?:'::" _.. _*111505 I ( FEB./.THRU WID. FES. II, IS7S. PRIDE ON Old STORES WED., CASH PRIDE OR O/d STORES WED., Overheard at a bus :
l ____o.c.- .J FES. 4,THRU WIO, FE" 11, 1S7S.) FEa.4.THRUWED.aa.1I"a.J .j "Who stop.
shivery is
.... .. says
.;. .. ..Lrl__rrrrrrr --.IrrA.rrLLrrr.-r .rrrr ALrrrrrrrr Contributed by Billy
Davis

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POKe II TKI.KCKM'H; February 5, 1976!

--------------,---------------.- Householdb Hotline. BROOKERIN
Legals ----------- ..
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r---------- thereof recorded In Plat Book 2, County, Florida, to-wh: QUESTION: Is energy BRIEFBy

I Frank Porreca has made IN THE CIRCUIT COURT NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Page 65, public records of Bradford A portion of Lot 28, Section Becky Giebeig saved by turning the heat
I I EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF REGISTER down to low setting to main- Jeannette Prescott
Application to the Bradford County, Florida, except 18 of Woodlawn, as per plat Your Extension Home a
FLORIDA IN AND
FOR FICTITIOUS NAME
I County Zoning Board for reclassification I easement on South boundary, thereof recorded in Rat Book 1, tain simmer and boil tem-

I of the property I BRADFORD COUNTY. Pursuant to Section 865.09 as per survey plat, Page 17, of the public records of EconomistQUESTION peratures? (Mrs. I.S.) SCHOOL ADVISORY
Florida Is hereby
Statutes notice
I described below from OR (Open FILE NO.76.5 CP Bradford County, Florida, said ANSWER: Yes On new COMMITTEE NAMED
I Rural) R1C I given that the undersigned at public auction to the highest contains 1.45 electric ranges, small surface Nell Mann
to (Residential with II ((1-2391)) Louis P.O. Box 216 portion acres andis : Why do little Margaret Dyal, ,
Brodsky, ,
M.H.I.) 14 acres In Section 14, I Bradford County, bidder for cash, at the East front more particularly described .* holes sometime develop along units use about 1,800 to 2,600 George Pierce C.J. Tetstone,
Hampton
I Township 6 South Range 21 I IN RE: ESTATE OF PEARL Florida 32044, doing business door of the Bradford County follows: the stitching line in knit watts. Low settings to main- and Nancy Brewer are members

1 East to allow the placement of I BURNHAM EDWARDS, under the firm name "COUN Courthouse in Starke Florida, Commence at a concrete fabrics? Does polyester tain boil use about onefourthas of the new Advisory

conventional or mobile homes Deceased. TRY SIDE MOTORS", Box 216, during the legal hours of sale to- monument located' at the SE thread cut the fabric? (Mrs. much electricity as high Committee for the school.
on 20,000 sq. ft. located one wit: between the hours of 11:00: comer of said Lot 28 for point of M.L.) settings. Low settings that Their next meeting will be

I mile off Hwy. 100 NW on Bay- NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo Florida Hampton 32044, Bradford, intends to County registersaid a.m. and 2:00: p.m.same being beginning, and run North 0 ANSWER: No, polyester maintain a simmer, 185 degrees held Thursday Feb. 12,at 7:30::

I less Hwy all creditors and all persons fictitious name under the legal sales day and the legal degrees 33 minutes and 40 thread does not cut the fabric.In to 205 degrees F. or p.m. Anyone having an interest

I This change in classification is I having claims or demands provisions of aforesaid statute. hours of sale. seconds West, along the most cases the holes below bubbling use about one- in school affairs is invited

I subject to a public hearing to beheld against said estate. Louis Brodsky sole owner. Dated this 2nd day of Feb Easterly boundary thereof, 437.0feet develop because: (1) The tenth as much as a high set to attend.
24 ruary, A.D. 1976. iron stake needle is blunt burred ting. Ranges with infinite heat
I on Tuesday February of to an located 225 or
You, and each you, are Dated this 14th day of off
1976 at 7:30: p.m. in the County hereby notified and required to January A.D., 1976 at Starke, feet Southerly of the NE comer damaged. Always try a new settings continuously cycle CREDITS RECEIVEDMiss
I Commission room at the Bradford claims and demands Florida. Gilbert S. Brown of said Lot; thence North 89 needle. ((2)) Needle may be too and on at full wattage, but at a Debbie Green has

I County Court House at which present you any, or either of you, may 1/29 4tchg 219NOTICE Clerk of the Circuit degrees, 18 minutes and 30 big. ((3) Stitch length is too low setting that will maintaina completed all of her required
it about
low boil is
I which time all persons interested have the estate of Court of Bradford Co., seconds West, parallel with the short. This can be caused by on only credits for graduation with
against
-------------- one-sixth or one-fourth of the
I shall be heard for or against the PEARL BURNHAM EDWARDS, Florida Northerly boundary of said Lot, the stitch length setting itsel, her class at Bradford High
I proposal, as specified in the deceased, to the Judge of the OF INTENTIONTO By: Beulah M. Moody D.C. 141.43 feet to an iron stake but improper pressure on the time. On the very low, keep- School in June. She is the

a Zoning Code of Bradford I said Court, in the Courthouse at REGISTER ltchg 2/5/ located on the Easterly boundaryof presser foot,or lint and dirt on warm settings, the electric daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
is less than
FICTITIOUS NAME ---------- the feed also hold the current on one-
I County. i iI Starke, Bradford County, ---- the right of way of a graded dog can Clyde Green of Brooker.PERSONALS .
of the time.
A.R. Kiefer, Chairman Florida four Pursuant to Section 865.09 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF county road; thence South 0 fabric back. Set the stitch tenth
,within months from
I I amount saved when
Co. Board. Florida Statutes, notice is hereby FLORIDA length at 10-12 stitches The
Bradford Zoning the date of the first publicationof EIGHTH JUDICIAL degrees 22 minutes and 30 per
1tp 2/5 this notice. given that the undersigned CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BRAD- seconds West, along last afore- inch and make sure that the cooking depends on the actual Mr. and Mrs. Dick Raulerson -
------ I Allen E. Taylor, Rt. 1, Box 198, machine simmering or boiling time.
FORD COUNTY. said Easterly boundary 436.95 actually producesthis visited her brotherinlawand
TICE----- Each claim demand
( or must
1 I Bradford Top of the range cooking is
Lawtey, County, CIVIL ACTION feet to iron stake located stitch length.QUESTION .
be in and must state the an on sister Mr.and Mrs. Clyde
Body B. Walling has made I writing Florida 32058, doing business an efficient use of energy. It is
CASE NO.75-346 the Southerly boundary of said last
Application to the Bradford I II place of residence and post- under the firm name of "BRAD- important that the pans have Robinson, in Lakeland

I County Zoning Board for reclassification office address of the claimantand FORD TIRE SALES", Rt. 1, Box lot; thence South 89 degrees, 18 difference between: Is there any flat bottoms and fit the size of weekend. They were accom-
GUARANTY FEDERAL SAV minutes and 30 second all-pur
East
of the must be sworn\ to by the panied by their son Tommy,
property the unit burner to avoid
I I II 198, Lawtey, Bradford County, INGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION said Southerly and self-riding flour? or also
described below from EA claimant his agent, or his attorney along boundary, pose wasting heat. Placing utensilson and his wife, Ann. They
I I II Florida 32053 intends to register
OF GAINESVILLE 148.45 feet of (Mrs. L.B.)
a corporation to point begin- went on to Bradenton to visit
Exclusive( Agriculture) to BR or it will become void under the units or burners before
said fictitious
I I name flouris
ANSWER
Plaintiffvs : All-purpose
(Business Retail) One ((1)) according to law. ning. them will her folks.
13.1.1 of aforesaid statute. turning on save
I II provisions the flour withno
same as plain
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Markeyof
acre north of Starke 2 V4! miles on Each creditor shall deliver sufficient E. sole auction the energy. With electric ranges
Allen Taylor owner. at public to highest
I I II ELVA G. KIRKLAND other ingredients added.
I left of Hwy. 301 in Section 3, I II copies of his claim to Dated this 28th day of Defendant. widow, bidder for cash, at the East front Self-rising flour contains bak turning the unit off 3 to 4 min- Brunswick, Ga., Mr. and

I Township 6 South Range 22 I enable the Court to mail one to January, A D., 1976 at Starke, door of the Bradford County ing powder and salt. utes before cooking is com- Mrs. J.M. Markey and all Mrs.
of
East, to build and retail each personal representative. Christine Vollenwilder.
operate a Florida. Courthouse in Starke, Florida, pleted will avoid wasting heat.
Dated 7 A.D. 1976. NOTICE OF MORTGAGE -------------- Waycross, Ga. visited Mrs.
and January
grocery vegetable market.
2/19 the hours of sale
1/29 4tp during legal to-
FORECLOSU SALE Perhaps you have asked Pearl Markey on Saturday,
This change classification is .
in -------------- wit: between the hours of 11:00: !
( Public notice is LegalNOTICE
subject to a public hearing to be Robert Franklin Ritch hereby given some of these same questions Jan. 3LSuccessful
2:00
and
I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT that and In a.m. : p.m. same being
pursuant to strict
held on Tuesday, February 24 As Executor of the EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF legal sales day and the legal If. so,
contact
accordance with the
1197E Summary Mrs. gardening is
at 7:30: p.m in the County Last Will &Testament of Becky
I Commission room at the Brad. I II Pearl Burnham Edwards, FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRAD- Final Judgment of Foreclosure hours Dated of sale.2nd I will not be responsible for Giebeig, County Extension doing what has to be done

I ford County Court House at I II Deceased FORD COUNTY. entered in this cause on Feb. 2, this day of February any debts made by anyone other Home Economics Agent. P.O. when it has to be done the

1976, the undersigned, perk A.D. 1976. than myself. Request driver it to be done whe-
as
I which time all persons interested I II 2/5 4tchg 2/26 Drawer 1028, Starke, Florida way ought
I shall be heard for or against the I r----_ CIVIL ACTION of said Court, will on the 20th Gilbert S. Brown Keens for ID. 32091, Agriculture Buildingat ther you want to do it or not.Jclrry .

proposal, as specified in the 1 IN THE COUNTY COURT OF Case No.76-4 day of February, A.D. 1976 sell Clerk of the Circuit -Henry Floyd Parrish ( the fair grounds), or call Bal
1 Zoning Code of Bradford I BRADFORD COUNTY RONALD J. MANGUBA HUSBAND the following described real Court of Bradford Co., I Rorida 2/5 4tp 2/28 me on weekdays from 8 a.m. Back to Nature Almanac

County. I Case No. 75-452-CC vs. CATHY G. property situate in Bradford Itchg 2/5'' By: Beulah M. Moody --....---------- to 5 p.m. at 964-6554. (Pocket< Book)
II MANGUBA, WIFE.
1 I -

I A.R. Kiefer, Chairman I Ii SOUTHERN DISCOUNT NOTICE SUIT

i Bradford Co. Zoning Board I COMPANY OF STARKE, Plain NO PROPERTY- rfiahcfSfffSS_ Ia

LeE!! __________! tiff. ToRonald: J. Manguba E .. LE Sm/a ou1rrsdty,

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF vs- 266.98.5844 41st Co. nuiurrmae
64 'd
LARRY O'NEAL and JEWELL .,,
UMiutM. .y S.t"tI.yl
ITHE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 4th Bn CMR #3,

OF FLORIDA, IN AND O'NEAL, Defendants Box 8189 riyrprirWNATIONAL .

FOR BRADFORD COUNTY Ft. Rucker, Ala. 35362
NOTICE OF
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat

CASE NO. 76-3 SHERIFF'S SALE an action for Dissolution of
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
Marriage has been filed againstyou
that I I. Dolph E. Reddish Sheriffof BRANDS SALE!
DEPARTMENT OF OFFENDER and you are required to
Bradford County, Florida,
REHABILITATION of the Stateof serve a copy of your written
under and of Writ of
by virtue a
Florida an Agency and public defenses, if any to it, on the
Execution heretofore issued
body corporate of the State of out plaintiff's attorney whose name rids
of the above.entitled Court, in TftgjMMM* JfM know tnuLtntstjit lwtr "' MMW !
Florida, acting on behalf of the the above-styled cause, have and address is Hon. Dudley P.
Trustees of the Internal Improvement Hardy, P.O. Box 1030 Starke,
Trust Fund, levied upon the following Florida, and file the original with

Petitioner, property, situate, lying and the clerk of the above styled r11LTE
being in Bradford County, Florida MEWS
.vs. court on or before February 27 FAMMS

CHURCH; T. W. TATUM; to-wit: 1976; otherwise a judgment may .La. =TEA SUCKS

CHARLIE MAE MOORE; and A parcel of land lying in theSEY. be entered against you for the @ }M Ip'- .
:SIU"11 p
Section 24. 6
of
JOHN S. EVANS, Defendants. South Range 22 East Township, Bradford relief petition.demanded in the complaintor --. -----tII::: n f.4"..""\.. .q Iuilofuarl I II', .

"'
:
SUMMONS SHOW County Florida and being more WITNESS my hand and the Q. '" s xU : -

CAUSE AND NOTICEOF particularly described as follows: seal of said Court on January 21, TlmMElf fatuusi" ... ...
Commence the Southeast t. ..
EMINENT at 1976. -..- Char. 115 88
DOMAIN PROCEEDINGSIN corner, of said Section 24, and =-- 3.s .
run North 0 degrees 37 minutes Gilbert -.....: ._ ..,- '''''
S. Brown
.M ft Kf tar
M EsQ Vista \
THE NAME OF THE STATEOF and 20 seconds West along the As Clerk of said Court III( 11 I .UPLPII :' tAr. .... SUPER LOW DISCOUNT MtlCC kqftl wwr M*.ttaft tv art J. );
FLORIDATO Easterly boundary thereof a dIS- NIT061 IMMMKSmHO. fen t led
Beulah M.
By: MoodyAs ue talus UK .
tance of 938.44 feet, run thence (TWO, TftTfU, NTSHOmt ..
Deputy Clerk 9 7cJ 69 24 88 ..,1... .... NrI bit .
ALL IT MAY CONCERN: South 83 degrees 10 minutes 1/29 4tchg 2/19 FMW UM Mtft., mtIt tM Mrk sal tUp nu.IhI,

and 50 seconds. West a distanceof .,------------- DISCOUNT mice WAS% ma" WA*""r4MU.MUraUftMM DISCOUNT Mice' WAS )Mftn _IIdI *'I ',w"1'''' Malta 0MM- Mlttlwrt:
1200.16: feet for of Te1N tk.1/It
AND TO: point CALL FOR BIDS *Tf ML nuraar HUH MT Muitmt UIPI. IbM4

11)) The following persons and beginning. From point of SCHOOL BUSES nil HUM NIN SMrnu, TUSH SHUUMLT ran NIL mm nu If "" .. no.: ,,0.-if]. .

parties who are residents of the beginning thus described continue The School Board of Bradford CMUI, ninui II IL SOT in Morn MIIIU.IUUIWUS.DISCOUNT ". .. .
South 83 10 '
degrees
State of Florida whose names minutes County is requesting sealed bids r 'J .
: ,
and places of residence are set and 50 seconds West a distance on seven ((7)) excess school f' 'c :::!,. -' ..
of 145.05 feet : : (
thence
forth as far as ascertainable by run buses, and one ((1)) 1960 GMC 6 IYI.1 Is, t : 1\
search North 0 degrees 46 minutes and I }
diligent : motor. i
<111 1) Church address unknown 50 seconds East a distance of \ll'Efe) J r S ,
Bids will be received until 5.00 l"mICT''A. r, :

((2)) T.W. Tatum, Route One, 216.05, feet to the Southerly P.M., February 9, 1976; at which .. M''t' .
Box 32, Lawtey, Florida 32058 right of way line of State Road the bids will be .... "" .
time opened
." ton wraars ram t'if ::--.
16 .. __
thence North 83
run degrees .
((3)) Mrs. Charlie Mae .. _
Moore, during the Regular Monthly .I I sNtf NIfULfl LL I' .
07 minutes and 53 seconds East BY I
\ ;.' #
Post Office Box 173 s
Lawtey, School Board Meeting of kl"'
Florida 32058 along aforesaid Southerly right- 2/9/76. "" M.'e fi I,.wrel'tr! l '\,... '' l:l I. '
of-way line a distance of 116.29 \ I
((4)) John S. Evans. Post Office Please bid on the following fi I -.- '
Box 69 3449 Miami, Florida feet run thence South 6 degrees buses and motor: eif! eif! ; l "

33169 52 minutes and 07 seconds Easta 1. Bus #29 1955 CMC 66 'n "'1lli ;J .... II! II t cli'l!\ ... >
distance of 214.25 :
feet
to .
pointof .. ,
((2)) The unknown assigns Passenger. I

successors in interest, trusteesor beginning. 2. Bus #30 1956 Ford 60 II :: .ar. 1 W,A3 D ""fin .o ""\;; f -t- x ., a ...1 p, .

any other parties claiming by Passenger ," 4 fl'.. ,. ::..J.
the of the above- !
through or against the above as property 3. Bus W 1956 Ford, 60 ..ml.IIII-TIII' iiui M na lUMira MMWIMTM JIMfM UTIM-ttU SUP \ """ m ,, ..
named Defendants, and that /10 .Jt1'/ L
on
named individuals or organization Passenger. run FIN inu tin iu m IWIT M MCTTJM U IT HJUMm '"
whether existing or the 16th day of February, 1976, 4. Bus #34 1958 Ford, 54 1T ILL SKIM] U U. IO2111NI dun 11NI AIN1 WIll t U. IAN q\: "; Un1_ '" .K........ ,Art 11"--'" .....
dissolved. Monday, at twelve o'clock noon .

((3)) And against all persons on said day on the premises of Passenger.5. Bus 112, 1959 Dodge 66 ,I ----' for' .. ,1) _

and parties claiming or having the Bradford County Sheriff'sOffice Passenger. zoo :......, r 1TI[ !1m

and interest claim I will offer for sale and 6. Bus #5. 1960 CMC. 60 ( & ,.... '
or as owners, DISCOUNT mice' WAS M* DISCOUNT .r
sell the t nice WAS ,
to highest bidder for ,
mortgagees, judgment creditorsor cash in hand, the above- Passenger. .......... ::"" !.Jot....C' .-7M 11:1 NO7 iiHIO -.n.I Mrs turn NU salT
lienholders of, 7. Bus *B, 1960 CMC. 60 IT
upon or described :iI : ; NJfst ....... MSOT-TMMUB4M
against the parcel of land property as the Passenger eT. : : DISCOUNT nice WAS 11." II t IM tM *.* IIIf1rtn. ta-uB Tatntnf MM k iMTMITW

described, in the Petition in Brad- property of the said Defendantsto 8. 1960 GMC Motor IIfalllfJJ urs r. mac IMD..t rrart .* kict ...ML :err. 1w1l8ll1rl. py'..... S-IL
said Execution ,
ford County Florida. satisfy The buses may be inspected Wi INTO IBIUNI tuna

The Florida Department of between the hours of 8'00 a.m. r---QIO' & "-"'" Tarp iMftur Hit *ratrt.t I
-
Offender Rehabilitation has filed Dolph E. Reddish, and 4 30 p m. at Bradford -..._--- .....cne..IlzaJ.IZ-. ,
Petition Sheriff of Bradford 519 ")t
a in Eminent Domain County Operation Center!
County, Flores YUlE PUSI 1111 n un n'l..
proceedings against you seeking N. Orange St., West Starke, !
1/22 2/12/ .t7va
to condemn for public purposes 4tchg Florida. Phone 964-8780.

the fee simple title to the parcel --------------. Mail your sealed bids to m.PI'II 1"f.

described below, located in IN THE CIRCUIT COURT School Board of Bradford 1:1;::

Bradford County, Florida EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF County. 582 N. Temple Avenue, rwr M i ..OIIUII PLUTO TWIN HMDPUMTS t pI. psss..&llftUi n 11am .

South Sixty-Five ((65)) feet of FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRAD- Starke Florida 32091, Ann: C E. WTPJ HMWHM UTn MO I MtMMM. __ \
North Two Hundred Sixty ((260)) FORD COUNTY. Douglas SCHOOL BUS BID. "lID 1.iLiNTNi IIIIIIJ IIINw IS NUB. II ayry r< r"1 IIIWIIIJ I- kJ)

feet of East Four Hundred Thirty The School Board reserves

(14301 feet of SE% of SWA the to and all o\ t f
of In re: The Marriage of GEORGEJ right reject any IuMk'--r IIYl11% ) { 1.
NE% Except East Thirty.five bids or to waive any informalities :; .... -1WT11
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KASDRAS, husband, and .. It
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(135)) feet Section 26, Township, CAROLINE KASDRAS. wife. in the bidding process. J '1 ..... am \,\\ __ ;.
South Range 22 East. Bradford C.E. Douglas, SAri ,/
NOTICE OF SUIT ,# : 1... j
County, Florida, containing 0 64 NO PROPERTYTo Director of Business (Q1 t '\.", lUn.MYIIVLfMIt '
acres more or less. 1/29 2tchg 2/5 IIm Nit
Caroline Kasdras MLtKucrmIIIIEIIIUI s... ..... ..... _
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You and each of you are commanded ------------- bC.
to file written defensesto 405 Glasgow &;;::3 ';=. Tayl.ail12I& .
DISCOUNT ..
Stowe. Pa PIIICI WAS .
the Petition in the office of the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF u "" .
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat 7 610lUitllt aasam
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Clerk of the Circuit Court in and FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL .. NILiNNlMtIU1 .
an action for dissolution of / A STUNTS LIN PUN ..AN U TIP-1u., NIIN
for Bradford County in CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR BRAD-
Florida marriage has been filed against VIE.tlsl qg !1% C iM cMcc d kYku wt tf MeU{ k fray dns
the City of Starke FORD COUNTY.
Bradford a llsid telenr
Caroline Kasdras and a.r pm s.I ry 1NL
you
you
County, Florida on or before the 97 0 ,j
23rd day of February, 1976, and are required to serve a copy of CIVIL ACTION W.sJM I e I I.... ,\ -
IiIii '
written defenses, if to suns
your any tow DISCOUNT mci'
to CASE NO. 75-350
serve
your written defenses )
it. on the plaintiff's :\
upon the Attorney for the attorney rr.MTUUIMTUM 1ft 11'1II W.-IT1N NM iNtt NI 1111 11ft I
Department of Offender Re- whose name and address is GUARANTY FEDERAL SAVINGS FMHS Cum SHU, MI H NfL PMTaTTS IS IT l tLANUl$

habilitation, on or before that Dudley P Hardy Esquire, Pierce AND LOAN ASSOCIATION I._ Mr it Jcytlt. BIMI _fIIl'IH' _vN NNUUNU.NUN, lgls -
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ft P.A. P.O. Drawer ,. .
Hardy \ :
data which defenses that show OF GAINESVILLE, a .
what right title or interest you. 1030 Starke, Florida 32091, corporation Plaintiff, rJ ,, --.II1J1 S } 'i 1 1i llJA
and file the original with the \ n !
or any of you. have or claim in .v$ 11 ,/ w.. 2W ,, J T ,
end to any of the above-de clerk! of the above styled court MARY D. BROWN, CECIL E. ...; ).. (j i >""' .... "., .
on or before February 25, 1976 .. N
scribed parcel and show cause ; LEACH, JR.. and LINDA D. 611 \ el' '
why it should not be taken for otherwise a |judgment may be LEACH, his wife, Defendants. \1 i. ant Me,., I ai : I I. ) ; 1ris 'L;

the USA* and purpose M forth demanded entered against in the you complaint for the relief or ; ; J;

in the Petition or default may be NOTICE OF MORTGAGE

entered against petItion. FORECLOSURE SALE W
you.
WITNESS hand and the lu-t
WITNESS MY HAND. dark my Public notice Is hereby given

of the Circuit Court in and for seal 1976.of said Court on January 20, that pursuant to and in strict '''''' 'UII units Wi\.Em ''Il wins"'" fIRIIIU

Bradford County. Florid, and accordance with the SummaryFinal '
the seal of the Court, on 6th day Judgment of Foreclosure \1 I i ..
Gilbert S. BrownAs ::} iJM turn LOW DISCOUNT
D. ma ;. mid SWti.
of Jan., at Starke, Fkxide.GIimrt Clerk of said Court entered in this cause on 2nd ,.. ; ..... -.nunuNIUJ "'wwnl LOW DISCOUNT nice ogeouwy.mcI w" _. _,

By: Beulah M. MoodyAs Feb., 1976, the undersigned, as > -" 1ft' "' 11II'I. .161., 1IIfI MITIIIf-:.iTNW1' iON41NtT 1WU.
S. Brown Deputy Clerk Clerk of said Court, will on the ::=: := -: IJJM" ant into! r py.ter y0 NeMnl TeaNU W 41O111NNI.
TtMniMfniTMLIW .. = = ..
: Clerk of the aboveatyIed 20th day of Feb.. A.O. 1976, sell 5.. a0 hrNa art:Il = .
2/12 .
1/22 /
4tchg P qr
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Court the following described real N11IILt1 MIl 111 S 1I& LfIN ... ...L wuneawll hlpetreyy yrlrt Ill.
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By: Marian. McRae property situate in Bradford

Deputy Clerk Inside pet shop: "Don't let County, Florida, to-wit: FAMILY CONVENIENT 312 Madison St. Pack R"&Kina3EAGLE.THE
2/5 4tchg 2/26 sleeping dogs lie. Take one Lot 8, Block 1, PINEHAVEN DISCOUNT STORES CIGARETTES 100's

-------------- home with you." SUBDIVISION as per plat Op n daily 9 9 Snnclny lit 6 964-7513 47' $441 $454
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Bond Sales r WHAT'S :

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Total $202,374 : MPPWIMIK -


Sales of U.S. Series E and H S- '..uI.lsOI :
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Savings In Bradford Bonds County totaled $202,374 during THE.:: J I\.J.LJ.LI! ( 'Y-11lI'1


1975, according to
VOlunteer savings S.L. Peek Bond .m........ __ V _< ... -- _. "' _.v A._ ,__,,'"......"' W<'M<.....- ___ .v....". _v_... ....._ _<<.,"" -.",--..... """'" .""


Chairman.The county. overshot its goal II" .., Floriland Realty'

for the year in achieving 1071 PERSONAL SERVICESEWING AUTOMOBILES .r FOR SALE 1 Long Champ 393 N. Temple Ave.. f

of its 1975 sales goal by the end USED

of December. Sales in Florida !I... ..... 4 Home and 2 BR Furn. House on \% acre Real Facts $ trwillerra'm
Lake.
reached an all-time high with Near Sampson $13,500.

total sales of $179.4 million MACHINES repaired, FOR SALE: 1959 Buick, 4 door, 10 x 20 PATIO COVER: Installed c BuildingMaterials - Real

This exceeded 1974 sales by all makes cleaned, oiled and auto., very good condition $185.00. uninstalled $140.00. 3A on Bessent Road. Other lots on REALTY

$21.8 million. adjusted. $7. Work guar $400. 964-5371. 1tp 2/5 Gator Mobile Home Service. In City for Sale. EstateCecelia

Peek reports that savings anteed. James Strickland, ---- --- --- 3729767. tfchg. -WE BUILD - I
bond sales hit corner Morgan Road & Hwy. House on 13th St., Jax., Fla. G. I
a record high ------------ "YOUR PLANS OR OURS By
16. ,
nationally during last year tfchg FOR SALE: 1972 Vega Hatchback YOUR LOT OR OURS"iFREE - ? fc4
-- ----- FOR SALE: 12x64 Artcratt In Starke electronic sales &
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with sales of 4
more than $7 speed, A/C, radio,
billion. Americans now hold a AVON CALLING: To buy or sell good condition $950. Call 473- mobile home, partially fur- ESTIMATES- service business, for sale or Terwillegar

record $67.5 billion in Savings Avon. Call 755-2807 or write 4875. Itchg 2/5 nished or unfurnished. REMODELING REPAIRS I lease. I Is Isis :

bonds, he said.ANNOUNCING. Loma Clyatt, P.O. Box 220 ------------ Washer dryer, air, concrete ADDITIONS - Utilities,or perhaps I should say the cost of utilities

Lake City, Florida tfchg. FOR SALE: 1963 Ford wagon, steps 4300. 964-8341 or Mr. HOMES BOUGHT Nice building lot In City, on an Important factor to consider when deciding whether .

------ V/8 automatic Milton 9648673. tfchg. paved street, 260' x 100' deep. home.The cost of is :
------ power steer- .. SOLD TRADED or not to purchase a energy up
-----------
ing, brakes, good running - considerably, especially electricity and petroleum
A NEW. I.
MOBILE
HOME MOVING
: Also condition $275. Ph. 964-6653. ACREAGE FOR SALE House 8lot 80' on water 560'deep products.When .

AntennaTower mobile home hurricane anchoring lip 2/5 TOP SOIL. FILL DIRT: 6 days a 964.6853 on Uttle Santa Fe Lake. house hunting, ask about the average cost of I

and mobile home roof ------------ week, dozer work and Owner will finance to depend- utilities In the summer and In the winter. Find out what

ServiceWe coating.Service. Olin's MOBILE Home FOR SALE: Brand new 1975 dragline work. Call 468-1873, Hwy 301 S. Starke TF] able buyer. sort of heat and air conditioning units if any, are In-
9645606. St. Rd.,
Comets. 4 door, automatic, 6 Star Rt. Hampton, STEPHEN. - stalled and how much it costs to operate these. Some .

Install We Sell tfchg.16W & Jct. 233, Starke, Ra. cyl. air, power steering, radio, SMITH LANDFILL tfchg. 5 acres, near city.Just off 301 N. forms of heating and cooling are cheaper than others ,;'

All heater, steel belted radial tires ------ --- --- UNITED FARM - and the cost of energy varies from area to area.
Types Of ------------ AGENCY, INC.
and vinyl interior. Only $.I1fI1, VERNIE P. ODOM Find out before you buy. You need to figure if the .
Reg. Real Estate Broker
InstallationsTowers POSITION DESIRED: Young See or call Art Sperry at Var FOR SALE Yamaha 206 S. Reg. Broker utilities costs can be fitted to your budget. If the cost Is I.
Water St.
Pipes woman.38 will live in and care Hey) Lincoln Mercury, PORTABLE Electronic National 964-5476 964-7700 within your means and you like the property buy.

Tri Pods for elderly 4681316. tfchg. Gainesville 372-4251. 1tp 2/5/ Organ. Excellent con- FaulknerBrokerIrene AdvertisingPaul
---- ------'-- dition. Amplifier not included PREFERRED PROPERTIES
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CB TV FM FOR SALE: 1970 Ford pick-up, $1000. Ph. 964-5875 Faulkner 964-5065-Assoc. Nice small home near town..excellent Investment fora

AntennasRotors 171/2 m.p.g. $1200. Can be tfpd u I young couple |lust starting out in life or for a not so

seen in Community Bank young couple that simply prefers to be near the center
t HELP WANTEDWANTED 3 bedroom, 1 bath, fence, .
parking lot. See Conley J, of things..and possibly to walk I

Bush .1tp 2/5 carpet, equipped kitchen / C -----
3 Boosters LOST AND FOUND $15,500. ,,7I drx y-e .rs m.
2 B,
MH with 3 BR
-- ---------- Tastefully furnished 1972 Dolphin ;i.

Wiring : Master Cosmetologist. - REALESTATE CH. 2300 BTU AC fenced, nicely landscaped lot 101 x I,
3 Bedroom, 2 bath, brick ...
.
Contact Mr a.rrrrnrrr 19 2 metal outbuildings, washer freezer garden
k Otto's FOR SALE: 1966 Pontiac carport, C/H & air Priced to CAwr" ""
"Quality"From push 30' UHF VHF FM
Beauty Salon. tfchg. REWARD: For information tiller, riding mower mower

-- ---- -- Catillena. Good tires, good regarding clothes left in dryerat sell. Good financing. 3 BR, 1 bath frame in Lawtey antenna..all for 13250.
M V.wt Ol hpOr'onco inspection, good condition. - -
Bobby Biggs Laundromat, 17000. ---

Jerry Agnew. HELP WANTED: LICENSED Call Lou 4681572. Itchg 2/5 Tuesday, a.m. $5.00 Reward - Green Acres Pretty lot with trees 150' x 150'...perfect
BROKER OR LICENSED -- ---------
475-1414 P.O.BOK338 SALESMAN and no questions asked for 3 BR 1 Bath frame, cent heat/ for your dream home.
CAN YOU

Melrose/ 32666CLASSIFIED SELL??? Your own full-time FOR SALE: liMifl! Dodge PU. return--- -7ffi-3279ltp- -_- -2/5- ACRE, air, fenced cor lot $15,000. 20 acres. Modern CB -home--less--than 6 years old with 3
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10 -
Franchise in Real Estate, rightin ar Ton Huns Good. {550 2 BR frame stove & ref. In BR 2B, CH&A..lots of built-Ins..new barn... on Rd.
this area. And NO franchise Cash or trade. Call 964-61105.: Excellent
225. financing.
AD RATES charge. National Company, ask for Tracy. 10 Minutes From country $13,000. terms. -----

established in 1900, largest in t WANTED Keystone Heights 2 BR 1 bath- frame- ,-carpeted, We have reasonable building lots In Dalewood Subdivision -

Deadline for insvriior its field. All advertising, all stove & ref $7,500 or two for justoff Rd. 16)) city water & sewage..good neigh
Tuesday Noon preceding signs, forms, supplies fur
$1,750 Per Acre $14,000 total. bors..attractive homes.
fOR SALE 1
Thursday before publication. nished. Professional Trainingand [ -----

Instruction given for rapid WANTED TO RENT: Small 159" Per Mo. 3 BR 2 bath- - 26000. Beautiful property on Rd. 18 across the road from
cottage on Kingsley Lake for masonary
Minimum
Charge$2.00 development from Start to Hampton Lake. 20 30, or 40 acres which could be usedas
(Covers 15 Word.) $ucce$$. Nationwide advertising four weeks 24 April to June - -
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NO LOW LAND homesite and farm or developed.
3 BR alum a
siding 9500.
Each: word over IS; brings Buyers from FOR SALE: Boxer Male, AKC, 5, Reply to P.O. Box 113, St.

10 cents Everywhere. Can you qualify? 3 months old, docked and Augustine, Fla. 32084. Itp 2/5 VEST: CENTRAL - -
2 BR frame 8400. terms. Cecelia T. Terwillegar, Reg. Real Estate Broker
------------ : ; .
You 'tEALTIC.'
must have initiative, wormed $75. Large ducks $2

All Classified Ads! must be excellent character (bondable each. TV, color and B/W. JOB WANTED: Experienced Registered Broker $2,500.- 206 West Madison Avenue. Starke, Florida

paid for in advance unless you ), sales ability, be finan- 9645801. lip 2/5 typist to do typing at home. 1-378-2308. Anytime 1.2 Acres OFFICE PHONE 964-7776
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have an established account cially responsible. Commis- -- ---- ---- -- Prompt efficient service. 964- Evenings Call: in ,
8.71
acres city $15,500.
with the Telegraph in that sion-volume opportunity for FOR SALE: Automatic washers. 7568. Itp 25HOUSES Art Patray I- --- .!
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event 50 cents extra: charge man, woman, couple or team Several good used recondition ----------- 171-2IVW: : Well I
7.21,icres in Lawtey$2,000 Acre. COWBOY BOOTS I Drilling!
for billing. Not responsible for that can sell. Information washers. Back yard clearance .
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errors when given over the without obligation. W.J.Smith sale. Pleasant Grove, Rt. 2, ,. I For BABIES-GIRLS- I ,
12: acres, fenced, well pole & Thru 6"
I 2"
phone or when copy Is not Manager, STROUT Box 138B. Ph. 964-5076. 2/5 i
typed and brought to the of. REALTY, INC. P.O. Box 894- 2tp 2/12 FOR SALE MULTIPLELISTINGS se ic tank 15000. terms. BOYS-WOMEN-MEN Fast Rotary ,
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flee. A, Casselberry R. :32707.; --- ------ ..... ....11II See us for Nobel Homes BELTS
1/15 4tchg 2/5 FOR SALE: Four purebred white lot. on your in sizes 18 to 58 I'Drilling Equipment I

-- -- -- German Shepherd female FOR SALE: By Owner. 3 bed- FOR RENT: 4 Bedroom, $200 I State Licensed I
8 weeks old and WESTERN SHIRTS
puppies roomy, 2 bath CB hornl. LR. per month. ItS' LAWTCf FI,.
wormed. Also washer, dryer. DR kitchen Fla. INDIAN MQCCASINS '
PERSONAL SERVICESEWING room 78238O6FOR
- .refriQpratQf.Jrantnr. We service -.*- '' '' 't\dhpe4 .2-BR, 4 acres $6,500( 'I il-\"
ci/fp/
CA/H 'caf- -rarer aeuro. win A MrA.v Pumps
i MISCELLANEOUSLOSE
tand CARRADINE'SLawtey t
trepair appliances port 28x28 garage on 3 lots in at ,
9645760. lip 2/5 Handyman special $7,500
city on Madison Street. Call
Florida 782.3400 t
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MACHINE REPAIRS: 473-4201, Keystone. 2/5 4tp
All makes. United Wholesale FOR SALE: HART FEEDS 2/26 4 BR, 2 lots $10,500 taichg 2/12 i New & Used
,
WEIGHT safely and fat, complete line FRM feeds, SALE ,
Keystone Heights. 4733300. ---- ------ --
with X-11 diet plan $300. seeds. Spreader truck service 2BR, 1 acre $7,500 Sales- PartsService
1/29 4tchg 2/19 FOR SALE: House must sell, 10 Acres off t ,
Reduce fluids with X-
excess fertilizer, dolomite lime. Ph.
-- - - cut price two thousand 2 Bedroom 2 acres 416,500. Jo-Lu Motel E-Z TermsPlumbing
Pel$3.00. KOCH DRUGS. 1/8 496-2093.2/5 4tchg 2/26 Brownlee Road ,
dollars. Edgar Burrell, Rt. 2, AND I
REDUCE safe & fast with 15tchg 4/15 - -- ----- -
Box 16D, Starke lip 2/5 2 BR lakefront $22,000Off $ Acre
1750 Mobile Home Park
GOBESE TABLETS & E VAP FOR SALE: Browning automatic I I I
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"water pills". Andrews Drugs 5 12 ga 2S\\ plain bbl $175 SR-1043 BR $22,000 29% Down INSIDE CITY LIMITS
Keystone Heights. 1/29 8tp Fox Steringworth 12 ga. FOR SALE: 3 BR, 2 Bath, block WALK TO BRADFORD SQUARE Ir t I

3/18 Deluxe excellent $275. 473- with LR, DR, Den & garageon Owner will finance OR DOWNTOWN New
r MOTORCYCLES J 3 BR, 2 acres $24,500 Installation I
large lot at 1 1105 W. .I,
-- -- -- -- 3300. itchy 2/5 balance at 8% 30 Per Month
Madison St. Call Freeman Southgate 3 BR $26,000 .
- ---- RemodelingRepairs ,
t
W & L WELDING & REPAIRS: FOR SALE: Stall fed beef for Register III 984-8771 or 964- CONTACT: ALL CITY CONVENIENCES

Welding, heavy eqUIpment. SUZUKI OF STARKE: Your freezer. James Gasklns 5888. tfchg. Lawtey 3 BR brick $31.000 FIRE POLICE PROTECTION I ,

truck repairs, truck tire authorized Suzuki Dealer Lawtey 7823162. Itp 2/5 ------- --- -- GATOR RANCH CITY GAS WATER AND SEWER

repairs.7 days week. Call 4732617or47J..4193.1292tp25- Phone 9646020. 304 East Call - -- ----- FOR SALE: By owner,3 BR. 2B, Keystone 3 BR brick $44,000 Jo-Lu Motel I'I Durrancel I

) Street tfchg. FOR SALE: Young roosters for brick home, double carport 964-8799
,
-- - -- -- ---- -------- freezer 50 cents each. 964- partially carpeted, drapes. 3 Hampton-1\ acres $9.200 I'22 4tchg 2/12 964-8810 TF CHG ,

INCOME TAX SERVICE: Book FOR SALE: 1972 560 Suzuki. 6182. Itp 2/5 blocks from school. Ph. 473- Pumps & Supply t
keeping and secretarial ser 4.000 miles, like new $600. - ------ 2009 after 5 p.m. and weekends Lawtey 2.75 acres $9,500

964-6953. 1/29 2tp 2/5 YARD & PORCH SALE: Every tfchg. Jimmy Moore's I t
vices. Let me help you organ Large frame house, excellent Company
day except Saturday, 9 a.m. -- --- --- -- Lawtey 4.4 acres $9,500
- -- -- -
ize your business. Call Judy condition central H/A, 3 bed- Sun Sports

Mscally. 782-3660. 2/5 2tp 6pm.Starke.:302 Everyone S. Church Street come, ,.... 2 canal lots, $3,300 room, 2 bath carport comer BOAT ,1864 N, Temple Ave I I II

2/12 lot, in city. MORE FOR
browse & buy. 1tp 2/5 FOR SALE 4 canal I Starke I
----- ------- GENTFOR ) lots $7,800 - YOUR MONEY TF
--- ------- -
WILL BABY SIT for any age MOBILE HOME Frame, 2 BR house. 1 bath on 1 STARKE PH 964-5791 I t
child in home. 964-6821. FOR SALE: Stereo with radio ... ...... 5 to 6 acre tracts on the Santa Fe acre. Bayless Hwy. Area. 964-7061 TF

my floor model 75. Home movie River $2,000/acre COMPLETE OUTBOARD & L..__ -I
tfchg. -- -
camera outfit $50. 9646915. FOR SALE: 1973 Shelby mobile STERN DRIVE SERVICE
3 to6 clear 4 mi. N/Wof
-- --- ----- acres ,
RENT Business office.
: 2/5 \Vi acre MH, terms $5,000
lip home furnished
fully good AND REPAIR
WILL ACCEPT any items you Furnished or unfurnished.Very Starke.
--- - COLORADO
condition take
will give for use of foster attractive, 800 sq. ft. no equity, up 7 acres In town $18,000 - COMPLETE FIBERGLASS

children in all homes. For further Main Street of Keystone FOR SALE: Coastal &Alicia hay payments. 9647071. 1tp 2/5 3 BR, 2 bath, CB dwg. on extra REPAIR 40 Acres $9,750Beautiful

information call 782-3726. Heights. Sub-lease for 1 year. $1 50 per bale at barn. Top -- -- --- 10 acres, Theresa $12,500 large car lot in City. W/swim-

Itp 2/S Call 473-2600 or 9645717.252tp quality, 8 miles South of FOR SALE: 3 bedroom 1 3/4 rrung pool, central heat & air CUSTOM BUILT FIBER Colorado high
Starke. 473-3152, RodneyHall bath. 12x70. 1973 model. Ph. 10 $11,000 GLASS FISHING BOATS
Lawtey acres
-- --- ------- 2/12 conditioning. mountain valley. The
473-4662 Clyde Hall. 782-3215 984-6078. 1tp 2/5 _
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lOTT'S -- --- ----- best of
OPEN: OF BEAUTY.Rd. hunting and
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FOR RENT::2 bedroom trailer 1/29 2tchg 2/5 Peetsville 11 acres $10,000 1 & 2 acres mobile home sites,
325. Hampton. Call Sue FOR SALE: 1975 Delux self contained fishing. $95 down, $95
-- - -- -- Terms.
with added 16 west. N.W. of Starke CELECTROHTXJ
room on
Lott for appointment. 468- 28 ft. travel trailer, twin Garage business with house on monthly, 6% interest
1197. 1/29 4tp 2/19 $115 mo. 1 child no pets. 964- FOR SALE: Ford engine 170. beds air, screened awnings, US-301 - -
6346. 2/5 3 BR Frame house 1 bath, 10 Sales
-- - --- Itp Completely rebuilt, installation Shady Oaks Travel Trailer Service Supplies Owner 806/376-8690
---- -------- 700 foot 301 frontage acres land on paved road. Several
PRIVATE PIANO and voice instruct available, GREEN'S GARAGE Park 7 miles S. on 301. Itp highway BOB MILNER 964-7604 2/5 21p 2/1 12
\ out
ion. Bachelor of Music FOR RENT: Mobile home, fur 9648150. 1/292tchg 2/5 2/5 US 301. 21 acres, terms buildings- -
-- -- -- -- $35,000 11 20 1310 2 12
fished, washer, air $100 mo. ----- --- --
Education. Please call 533- 3 BR, 2 Bath CB dwelling in
Wheeler, Lake Santa Fe, FOR SALE: Mobile home lots :
2815. 1/22 4tchg 2/12 Farm, 440 acres, $700 per acre. city c.
Howay 21, Melrose. 475-2401 $95 down.Few lots still avail-
-- ----- -- no pets. 1/29 2ip 2/5 able )in several subdivisions. CAKKKIt: : IIMMHm'MTV: We have all other typo George Roberts Jr. FOR -F-;e- ; Some pi'opl" recommend, pulling
SALE boxes, guidesand
HOUSES & TRAILERS pressure Ph. 468-1551. Sloonrrk; Start properties listed. Coma In and: : letter from love in
- --- ---- tfchg. II your
'lIInm'"lol'' PEG REAL ESTATE BROKER cards. Everything need 1
washed with chemicals. Wash Plus ( tutu you
see us.
FOR RENT: Beautiful MH 12 x -- -- --- -- j pun iiiul throwing I it into
away dirt and mildew. Guar 60. 2 bedroom, A/H. washer FOR SALE: Chicken fertilizer $6 Banns- '"ait'PC'Utl'lII! FRED SACKETT'REALTOR tf 964-7826 for sale fixing at The a filing Office system.Shop.All for running waiter l<> innki sureshe

anteed. Ph.. 473-2213.: tfchg.- &dryer,9 mi.) from Starke on per pick-up truck load, if you .KxcellpiU: Training 205 N. Temple IUS-301)) IIIVVH )'"u.
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SR235. Country setting and load. W.B. Woods. Ph. 904- 0049646522,4681642RUBBER/
too. Call 964-5530 485-1994 Graham 1tp 2/5 Program FOR SALE: Electric Pencil F
TV REPAIRS & SERVICE: Also privacy ('ull 9111.7911! sharpeners 3 different styles in *
after 6 lip 1/29 -- - --- -- OPFN DAILY jt
used TV for sale $29.95 and p.m. Before 10 u.in.Or stock handy for home or -4'
up. Used furniture and appliances. -- -- -- ---- FOR SALE: Mobile Home Parts ( .Vlllt.iyKrlil.ivflrr7: office. For sale at The Office Lh PUBLIC CONSIGNMENT s7aiDP

Plumbing and bath BRADFORD VILLAGE and supplies. OLIN'S MOBILE Shop. *

room fixtures. Wood stoves APARTMENTS: 1 bedroom, HOME SALES, Hwy. 100 W. .\ \ p.m. RUCTIONSATURDAY 'r

kerosene gas and electric modern, furnished. A/C Starke 9645608. tfchg. ('ullllu.IIInt:2'1 :

heaters. THE BARGAIN CEN-- carpeting, walk-in closet, ------ ------- 2h'hJ( 2:5MIMOSA: CadIllac-Oldsmobile BRASINOTON

TER, 301 South tfchg enclosed patio, off street .STAMPS
AMERICAN FAMILY SOUND
: Sales & Service FEBRUARY 21 -10 a.m.
-- -- parking. 315 West Sales ,
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First Christian St. Mark's .
Obituaries. . . .
Church episcopal l\lrs. K. V. IlowlnndMrs. Roy Wilson
decorator,and was a memberof
Communion Katherine V. Howland. the Shrine member of the Catholic Louell and Dave Tanner, both
Sunday School 9:43: ; ChurchChurch and Elks Clubs. Mrs.Mary II. Rowe
Roy L. Wilson, Sr., 89, of Church. of Lawtey five sisters : Mrs.
and Morning Worship, 92, a native of Bradford Besides Mrs. Williams, he is ;
10:45: ; Youth Hour, 6 p.m.:; :, nxt Last J..eon. Stride County, died Thursday, Jan. residence Brazil, Indiana of his, died at the survived by three other Mrs. Mary H. Rowe, 80, of Survivors include his wife, Daisy Thompson of Lawley,
Evening Worship, 7:13: ; Choir THE KBVUOHN M. FLYNN. 15, in Orlando where she had Mrs. Edna daughter, daughters and four sons, all 210 North St.Clair Street, Lydia Thomas Nelson; one Mrs. Mamie Clark of Lawtey,
Williams
Practice, 8pm.Thursday lived since 1920. She was the In Mel- living in other states. Starke, died Friday morning, son, Gary R. Nelson of Mrs. Bessie Pringle of
Feb. 5, 7:30: p m. Thursday. Feb. S-7 p.m. former Kate Liddon, daughter Feb.rose 1 early, after Sunday sudden morning, The body was to Jan. 27, in the Bradford Jacksonville, and four Baldwin, Mrs. Sadie Kelly of
Revival Fire Team. One night Junior Choir Practice; 7:30: of Mr. and Mrs. M.L. Liddon Mr. Wilson a had been attack. Brazil, Indiana ship County Hospital.The grandchildren.Funeral Starke, Mrs. Wenny Gordon of
revival and special music. Senior Choir Practice.Sund.ty who resided in Starke duringthe visiting DeWitt C. Jones Funeral widow of Joe Rowe, services were held Jacksonvelle; four grand-
p.m. his for
daughter the
past three Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 3, In children and two great.
Invited.Madison. early 1900's.A Home of Mrs. Rowe
Everyone Keystone
Feb. 8-8:30: a.m. weeks. He born Heights was born De. 21,
was in Decatur the DeWitt C. Jones .
Chapel In
former school teacher, grandchildren.Services
Holy Eucharist; 9:45: a.m. County, Kansas was in charge of local ar 1895 in Georgia and was a
Starke with Rev.
Sept. James held
she was a member of the First 16 member of the Shaw were Sunday
Church School rangements. Starke Churchof
St. ; 11 am. Presbyterian Church of 18HO,was a retired painter and God. officiating. Burial was in afternoon, Feb. 1, In DeWitt C.
Morning Prayer; 5 p.m. Orlando for many Survivors Hampton Cemetery. Jones Chapel in Starke with
Junior KY.C. 6:45 years. include two
Meeting; : Morgan Road
Baptist Church p.m. Senior E.Y.C. Meeting. Surviving are a daughter, Even ConwayEven daughters, Mrs. Alma For- Gilbert Crosley officiating.
:Monday Feb. 9-2:30: p.m. Mrs.Virginia es, Orlando; sythe of Starke and Mrs. Ida Mrs. Lillian Batten Burial was in Long Branch
900 W.Madison St.Florida Girl Scout Troop 614; 3:30: one son, Phillip Howland Baptist K. Conway, 73, Mae Powell of Nashville, Cemetery. DeWitt C. Jones
t Atlanta Ga. a sister, Mrs Palatka died Funeral Home was in chargeof
Confirmation Class. ; Friday mor- Georgia; one
Starkc,
p.m. step
904-7557. Wednesday Feb 11.2:30: Lulu Mozo of Jacksonville; Rev Bob Cooper, pastor ning, Jan. 30, in the Lake Mrs. Versie 0 daUghteri Mrs. Lillian T. Batten,80, of arrangements.
and five grandchildren. Sunday Services: Sunday Shore Nursing Home in Crescent Lakeland four Route 3, Starke died Friday
p.m. Brownie Troop 311; ; sons: Olan
School, 10 morning, Jan. 30.
Rev. O D. Moore, 7:30: p.m. Inquirers' Class. H. a.m. Morning Worship City following an illnessof Rowe of Starke, Edward Born in Baker Seventh-Day
Training Union County,
6:30: several years. Rowe of Charleston, S.C.
Pastor ,
Interim Evening Service 7:30.: Born in Bradford Jack Rowe of Ft.Pierce Florida Oct. 20, 1895, Mrs. Adventist Church
Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.; First Presbyterian SENIOR County Otis Batten was a housewife
Wednesday and
night, MidWeek a
Oct.3,1902,Mr. Rowe of
Bremerton
Conway was a
11 ,
Morning Worship a.m.;
Prayer Service & Bible retired mechanic with the city Washington, 23 grandchildrenand member of the Jehovah Prayer Meeting Thursday, 7"
Church Training, 6:15: p.m.; Church CITIZENSKeen Study, 7:30: ; Choir Practice Witnesses Church. p.m.
of Jacksonville. He moved to several
7:30 great
Evening Worship : p.m.
: Survivors include two Sabbath School
Palatka 14 He grandchildren. Saturday, 10
Ladies Tuesday Bible 8:15.Everyone years ago. wasa
10 m.Wednesday Sunday School 9:45: a.m.; interest is beginning to welcome. member of the First Services were held Sunday daughters: Mrs. Mildred a.m.; Sabbath Church
Study a
Morning Worship 11 a.m. show in our one-day Legislative '::: :::::: ::::: : Assembly of God Church in afternoon, Feb. 1, in the Batten, Starke, and Miss Saturday, 11 a.m.
Prayer Service, ::: :: :::::-t: :: ::: :::::::::::::::::: Penny Anderson Starke
8:30 Choir Practice. Glenn W. Dickson, Pastor of Conference, March 2, at : Jacksonville.. Starke Church of God with the ; two Yard sale to raise funds for
8:30:: p.m.; Westminster Presbyterian the Pratt Street Center. I i C.r' Of Thanks 1! Survivors include three pastor Rev. Melvin Drake, sons: Homer and L.F. Youth broadcast every day
p.m. Church will bring message. received a long distance call :c.:h____ # sons: Edwin Conway of officiating. Burial was in Hope Padgett, both of Starke; six except Saturday 9 a.m. 6
from Mr. Warren Hendricks, < step-sons: two brothers: p.m. S. Church Street.
: :: Orlando, Denny C. Conwayand Cemetery at Theressa. DeWitt
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the WhIte House, C.Jones n
Extra Clean Cars ** Washington Jackie Conway, both of Funeral Home was in
-K D.C who send CARD OF THANKSWe
to
promised a Jacksonville; two brothers: charge of arrangements.
dignitary to be with us on this wish to express our deep Rev Lacy Conway of Starke Hart Feed
AUTO occasion. est appreciation for the kindness and Leonard W Conway of Richard Nelson
fi1 t71 G
: D n Max Friedson, president of that was shown to us during the Callahan; two sisters: Miss
LU the Senior Citizens Organiza- loss of our loved one. Ruby Conway of Palatka and Richard T. Nelson, 77, of Bradford County's Full Service
SALES tions of Florida, and Rep. Thanks for the prayers,, visits, Mrs. Pauline Thomas of Twin Hampton died Saturday
Frank Williams will also be food, flowers and donations. Lakes, Ga., and 14 grandchildren. evening, Jan. 31, in the Fertilizer DealerFERTILIZER
a: 473-4470 I 473-4078 m present. We await the consentof May God bless every one of Bradford County Hospital

Legislators, national and you. Services were held Monday following a brief illness.
15 Pontiac 15 Chew. state, and personnel from the -The Family of Martha afternoon, Feb. 2, in the Born In Jacksonville, Jan,

GRAND LEMANS 17.000 Custom Pickup, A/T. P/SII,; ;" National Council of Senior Cannon Douglass DeWitt C. Jones Chapel in 1898 Mr. Nelson had lived in
Mlles White with & Blue, Citizens, Washington, D.C. Starke with Rev. H.H. Mott Hampton for 12 years. He wasa
$ ;; :$ Nice .n Honorary charter member CARD family OF of Bettye THANKSThe G. Roller officiating. Interment was in retired watchman for a ..........
irV3 ,
Alex Morton celebrated his wishes to Prevatt Cemetery three miles manufacturing company, a (Bag or Bulk) =
84th birthday on January 22. express our thanks south of Starke. veteran of W.W. 2 and a
and appreciation for the kind
Other birthdays were Sophie
of ''\ .. -
expressions sympathy shownto
a: Fisher and Marian Neats. -
14 Chey. 13 Olds Delta 88 In
us our bereavement. We
Alex Morton, Rose Halsall,
I1Plck-Up White' Automatic Royale, 4 Door, Full Power _. Margaret and Arthur Maun- will be forever grateful for those DeWitt t C. Jones FRM Complete Feed Seed
L. windows, 6 way seats & :I III ders, Mrs. Herrell and thoughtful expressions. May
Like
New 6 Cyl. Stereo God bless
you.
$3150 $2495 .a original Charles committee Chambers under were the the -Mr. George Roller, Jeffry, Funeral Home (Wholesale or Retail)
end
Carolyn George.
guidance of Buddy Elliot, recreation -
director, who formed We Also Offer Spreader Truck Service
: 13 Vega 13 Che Laguna*" the Senior Citizens Club in CARD OF THANKSWe STARKE PHONE 9646200RENTAL
sincerely appreciate the & Bull Oozing
early 1962.
Buddy taught us
.HATCH BACK 4.Speed Blue Am/Fm, Swivel SeatsZ!!' how to conduct meetings, had prayers,flowers, food and many

-iIC with Air Clean, Good Car o\/c, P/b, P/s.A/t, Ready, us elect officers and proposedthat other kindnesses shown during HOSPITML BEdS.K WALIte ClttJTCHES S. WHEEL CHAIRS Homer F. Hart Owner Hwy 100 West At Bradford
we affiliate with the the illness and death of our loved

$1950 GO$2800 National Council of Senior one.The .KEYSTONE HElGRTS: HONE! 4Zh;; 176. 496-2093 & Union County Line
Citizens in Washington. Thus Family of Mrs. Lillian T. k 4 T/Chg 2/26

u 12 Chew. 12 Datson !A:! we Citizens the were Bradford Club.officially County launched Senior as Batten.


c Plck.up, va, AT. Station Wagon : New members are Lou

II Short Wheel Base Auto, Air Condo Frey, Helen Stevenson, John THURS. FRI. SAT. MON.
:I Iis Miles, Geri Parsons and 1

$1995 $1995 Davie Durham. Glad to have
m you and hope that you will all
find satisfaction and happi- / 155 W. CALL STREET

72 Y.W. 11 Camaro with .
Bug Mz ness us.Auditors 1 t I. 1
Della Speed, I
Gold Power
White, Good Condlhon Steering Sophie Fisher and Lou Frey STARKE FLORIDA
Brakes, Automatic and Air*" met with our Executive Board '7/antt tSSt 7/.dr. 'h4at.t

IU Shar and declared retiring treasurer -
$1895 Lo g$23951lnternalional11 Emma Morton's booko
k. Her records were transferred
to newly elected treasurer -
X71 Pont Ventura Jessie Young. SATE
Our annual luncheon will
01 f Ton. Speed, Dual take SAVE 'k 50% OFF I1 '
place on March 23, time
C 6 Cyl I Auto Trans. 50% OFF ., ORI6IRALPRICE
Wheels, v-a, Tool Boxes and place to be announced at a ,
r later date.Sympathy. ORIGINALPRICE !

$1695 $995. is extended to .
Treasurer Jessie Young and ; ; B or.WIST.
.. her family. We share their ; BASKET 12 QT. PilL

.571 Ford Galaxie 70 EI Camino sorrow in Tallahassee.on the death of her sister Y t Z FOR:1 2FOR1

U.4 Door, A, T. A 'C, Good 350, va, Automatic Power Dovie Durham has a big f '
:: : '
: : Family Car Steering, Chrome Wheels house on N. Cherry St. which LADIES' I'ii+1 PlL Of 3 ,, 3 PC. BOWL SET
C she would like share with 11' y k
an e I ICE CUBE
100% Z *
a $1150///f $1250 So elderly person. Anyone interested TRAYS SETS 1
may call !WM-7571.) I It -
Welcome home Betty Wat- POLYESTE re ::.

a KEYSTONE HEIGHTS i kins. We are most happy that KNIT t zPx I
you are well again. g LADIES'

The next meeting will beheld PANTS : 100% POLYESTER
j 473-4470 & 473-4078 Aa February 10 at 1 p.m. at r
the Pratt Street Recreation MOCK TWIN SETS JREL.


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