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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 28, 1976
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
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the( opportunity to help elect a McGovern, who polled only 1.217103.652 for
President from the South for the first time Republican Nixon.
since Reconstruction Days, Bradford County With Georgia-born Jimmy Carter as the t
is given a better than even chance to rejoin Democratic standard bearer the party is
the Democratic) ranks in the Presidential given a slightly( better than 50-50 chance of
election Tuesday after bolting to George carrying the county, although Carter must
Wallace, an independent, in 19(>8. and draw on some of the Wallace support to turn
plumping for Richard Nixon (Republican) the trick and keep the county in the Democratic it"
The Sweetest Strawberries This
Side of Heaven98th
I hr'l'-I o-one in 1972.! column against President Ford.
Wallace carried Bradford County in the
Bradford, where registered Democrats Preferential Election last March 9, polling Year STARKE, FLORIDA IS Cents
outnumber Republicans about 15 to onehasn't 1.83S: votes to Carter's l.OHG./ 26th Issue Thursday, October 28. 1976 Copy
voted Democratic in Presidential
a of Elections 1"
Bradford County Supervisor
election since Lyndon Johnson, Texan, ''I
a
Neva Flynn is hoping for a 75 percent tunrout
defeated Barry Goldwuler. an ultraconservative of the county's total 7,294 registration although -
Republican 2.32U to I 1.\1117\ in 19(14(
the percentage has been declining
In the next 1 two national elections.Democratic since the high of 77.6 percent set in Ilf! 8. This Turnout
candidates suffered from being dropped l to 1i9 8 percent in 1970; went back up Big Expected
lagged 1 "liberals" in the public mind and to 73.8 percent in the Presidential election
Bradlnrd balked at the party nominees.In y I'arof 1972; and down to5-1 percent in the off-
year election of 1974. :I
I'MiK.! tradlnrd'nt'rs: gave (Democrat Bradlord County now has G.7B8 registered
Hubert Humphrey only t.173 to whopping Democrats; 3119! registered Republicans; and
:i.K4il! for Georgeallace.. Richard Nixon the lO.'i: classified as "other.( In addition there
Republican nominee, polled 71H. are :32 in a special class who registered( under
Federal law during the period of Sept. 18 to For Tuesday's Decision
In l!7a. Bradford. Democrats gave the cold (fl let 2. ' shoulder to their part.v's nominee George Vice .President onlyI

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With a presidential race topping the ballot 75 percent of
'- Bradford County's registered voters are ex pec 'ed to cast! 1 ballots

I in Tuesday's general election. ".
I ION Ih' Also to be elected are a U.S. Senator. stale treasurer and
F
_" 1 public service commissioner. In addition \voters ill decide on
F4 nine proposed amendments to the Florida (Constitution

(Three separate articles on the amendments appear 1
elsewhere in today's Telegraph: an explanation of them by
University of Florida professors!, a story on how Rep Frank
Williams and Governor Askew feel about the amendments and '.
the Telegraph's assessment on the editorial page i

k- Local Democratic party officials challenger( 1 Dr John Grady;
[ are saying Bradford Chiles is expected: to be reelected
M
County, after voting for easily over the rightist!
George Wallace in 11iand!)( /! Grady who says he is
Richard Nixon in 1972, has a "proud"( to bo a member ol ,
good chance of going Democratic the John Birch SocietyThe :

<. this year."We're two have met for two fII
JN p televised debates during ,
'triala going to have a that I..a
which
charged
Grady
$r great turnout--75 percent'
d Elections Chiles voted for aid to :North; P.D. Reddish
predicted Super-
{ visor Neva Flynn. Sixty-four Vietnam and" was a "liberal Former SheriffP.D.Reddish

percent of the county's 7,294 big spender
registered voters turned out (Chiles in turn said Grady I.
for the September 14 first primary had been making promises to
but followed up with balance the federal budget,
only 14 percent for the second cut income (taxes in half and
I1 N. primary on September 28. make Social Security actu- Dies Tues.
There are four candidatesfor al'iallsound without every
THE SCENT Florida State Prison bloodhound follows president: Republican saying specitically how he. l'.D.I Reddish former
Hamilton's trail down the alley next to the Landrum Building. Gerald Ford, Democrat plans lo accomplish these sheriff ol Bradford County
Dog aRlI handlers, Sgt. Harry Tyson ((11'11)) and Lt. Jack Thomas, Jimmy Carter, Independent' tasks. and I longtime: local political
were summoned to the final search itrV;>'. Pat Henry of the Eugene McCarthy and American treasurer the official charged chieftain, died Tuesday til, qa'I
Public Service Commission, who chased Hamilton into the Party candidate Tom witn regulating! the !stjta's 1 insurance 'age 7 I \'
1" rf' alley, after firing two warning shots. The bloodhound tracked: Anderson. industry. Vying for Reddish(\ ) died at Hamilton to the fire escape where lawmen apprehended the Public opinion polls are unanimous that post! t are Democrat Bill during open heart surgery( ill
." escapee. in saying that all 17 Gunter and Republican Betty SI Luke's Hospital in
Florida electoral votes are Arnnstead Jacksonville (C.iuse ol death
_
/I likely to go to Carter. Florida Gunter is a former was vascular. 1I1!<('a..l'. His.
A-kr-r- s is one of the "Big 10" states, 5 msuranceman.. state senator health had been progressivelydeteriorating
or 6 of which a candidate must and U.S. Representative whois .since having.: a
y to win a national refusing all campaign kidney removed several y t'aI'S
carry
IEk election. contributions from insurance ago (He had been hospitali/ed:
Other "Big 10" states companies. His opponent. for I three. months eailier I I Ihisear
leaning to Carter are :New; Betty Armistead. is a former and the 'lnart "ul'gnyhad
member of the Federation of
j York Pennsylvania, Texas recently In-en tir'unrlnecessary t
1, ? Republican Women and the
and Massachusetts. I In the
x u Florida Commission on the
t Bl"url'IJl'lng elected sheiilf
doubtful column are California -
Ohio Illinois and :New; Status of Women. in 1948.\ Reddish served on (heBradlord
Florida voters will also
County Commission
Jersey. and one "big" state
select member for the
a for ten .
Michigan is leaning to Ford. years.1ehlish
Public Service Commission throughout Ins
1At Overall polls show 19 states charged with regulating utilities commission tenure! will .six
s3 7 and the District of Columbia in Florida. Challenging terms us. sherilf, could never
with 244 electoral votes Republican incumbent Paula l he Ix-atei), although lie Mad
leaning to Carter and 14 states Hawkins is Democrat Katie opposition in each election
Ac with 90 electoral votes fearing Nichols. Considered the dean III!
: 1 f to Ford, with 17 states and 204 There are no local races on Bradlord I County' politics our
r..r tH electoral votes still in doubt. the ballot this year as there main years. Sheriff. Reddish<

With that votes in were no Republican chal- loved politics, loved people
many
tlsulr "" y f that it's lengers in any of the races. andI a" known as a !teal
k) doubt pollsters say Many local courthouse officials ''
the election to "political pro
tf possible for go
including Sheriff Dolph He served President ol"
:M VMIl'NT ENDS.: Paul Hamilton's eight hour escape from the Bradford Comity Jail Tuesday 4 either way although a Carter Reddish tax collector J.R. the Florida as :Mierill's''
vunii- to an mil on this fire escape behind the l.anilrum Building on \\est 'all Street around 9:30: L'P AGAINST THE CAR final chapter In Hamilton's eight- victory is more likely. Kelly elections supervisorNeva Association in I'Mill)
in. IIi inillan. handcuffed backs down the stairs under the lIh'h..r 81'\I''all"\\lIIc'n., Eugene McCarthy, the
p.
includingsgl. hour run begins as officers hustle escapee into sheriffs Flynn, court clerk Gib Reddish was married I the
candidate for
Scully Hliodrn of the Stjrke Police Department for ride back to Democratic Brown and judge Elzie:
department patrol car Jail. president in 1968. is runningthis former" Ruth Sapp. The couple
Independent. Sanders had no opposition in had seven sons, one ol whnm.
ESCAPEE TOLD year as an the primary. Dill ph Reddish succeeded Ins
He advocates combining
First primary results saw father as sheriff in l'>7:>. f
federal government departments Jimmy ,\ winning the
I such as State and Defense Sheriff Reddish was a
limited and property appraiser's office member ol the ,Cnion
wage price
"Lucky You're Not Pushing Up Daisies""Call controls budget reductions and the In the Equal defense Gene from long-time Long. :Maxie incumbent Carter w Primitive here he served Baptist as a(Church deacon

.... "-" .... Rights Amendment.The beating Ralph Bryant for the In addition to his widow ;IndSlwrill'
commission, district :3.:
I the police1,) 1'vcgut thl't'sl'ap'd Jefferson St. > ," said Pal I escape and 'handcuffed' him. tracked Hamilton to the and chasing him over to Call fourth candidate for Hazel county I'aulk and Dave Dolph Reddish
pi'isoner over litre'! IIl'nl'a Public Service ":'\comedown slow" they wooded area behind the Vo St. president, Tom Anderson of Shuford winning re-election to survivors include' six other
Tlwt'S (he shout heard Commissioner who was ordered The suspect did Tech School. Deputies combed Investigating officers the American Party the county commission; Tom sons Drew 'l.'II.hl'llud. :
Tuesday evening( l by start ltd'telegraph assisting olficers. "I 1 fired two remaining ilcnt all the "hill'. that area west of the school attributed the capture to "I'm for taking a meat axe says to Casey winning the schoolsuperintendent's and John Arthur Reddish allof
K: him all afternoon but unable persistence and the large Maike. Jimmy Reddish olK.nford
on to were
reporters shots Irving to get stop "
He
\'lIu'rl' list lucky you're government. maintainsthat post over :
Call 1'1. who had gone outside He slopped once and threw up not pu..hll1lup dlisi"s'right to come up with the suspect. number of people assisting in welfare is unconstitutional De"eylcKinney.: and and Glen Reddish of
altar hearing gunshots iind his hands, but then took otf told Hamilton. Around 7:30: officers the manhunt, both in marked that Social Security Vernon Parmenter being Pensacola; two brothers Bill
seeing: a nuin running down again. Then I chased him up to now. Henry received a call from an and unmarked cars. Upwards should be phased out, and that elected to the school board. Reddish and George Reddish h
the stt'ttitto the old courthouse I corner of "We new: had such help," unidentified citizen saying of 25 persons assisted in the it would be "suicidal" for the The state senate race went both of Staike. three .sisters.
escaped' county jail ::111und\ Jefferson)I. and up chief deputy' K:.ibert. Green of he'd spotted Hamilton comingup search. United States to consider dis into a runoff between Sherrill Mrs.: Annie 1.t'I1ll's..: : hazel
prisoner" William I'ai'l' 'all SI. to the alley i just east the sheriff's department along a fence by the foot A sheriff's deputy in an arming.A "Pete" Skinner and Terry Alvarez and :Mrs. :Mary'
II.Imilton.US taken into of the UincJrmn. Building/ ) reflected later I mean, ball field on south Adkins. unmarked car kept a vigil on fifth presidential candidate Putnal, with Skinner windingup :'Norman all of Slarke.; and Hi
custody' moments, I later.clnnavnag Officers then brought in a e.veryludy just turned to." dodging in and out of bushes the home of Hamilton's Lyndon LaRouche, has the winner in the second grandchildren.
hl.t1ttu" m.in- borrowed Florida Green said Hamilton would and the dogs searched that parents Mr. and Mrs. SherrodW
an l'l dug (ruin been struck from the ballot primary by a 3-2 margin.U.S. Funeral services are
hunt hy' Bradford. County Slate Prison, who tracked' lie charged with escape in area. Shortly after 8 p.m., two Hamilton at 436 North here because he did not Rep. Don Fuqua was scheduled lor todayThursday.
Sheriff's deputies.! Maike'police. Hamilton tu !the fire es.'nc. ..idition lo the other charges clerks at the conveniencestore Walnut Street throughout the 8 furnish petitions a necessary also re-elected in the first ( Oct. 211)) at ::1 1 p.m.
Public Sort ice At this point Henry had he still faces from the Zippy across the street from hour search. Lawmen requirement for being placedon primary in the Union Primitive Baptist
('41111111'' Sl! ion. Florida been joined by Sgt Scotty :Mai ; ,robbery BHS phoned officers and said theorized that Hamilton might the ballot. Church in lleilbronn Spiings.

Highway: Patrol. olficers und! Khodcn of the Starke. police,. "He's on the rough road Hamilton had just been in the attempt to contact his Mrs. Flynn says anyone Brooker WaterExpansion Burial will follow in the
Florida Stale Prison bloodhound former officer and ? '.!; now." Green added. store and purchased a six parents, hence the stakeout. wishing to vote for a write-in Crosby Lake Cemetery.
*. commissioner Wilbur Waters. The search was headed l by pack of beer with a $3 bill. The "We kept him moving and candidate for president needsto Set
ll.nnilton.20. of St.nkc. was Patrolwoman Pat \\IllIam!! l.t l'-n :Mare er the sheriff's clerks said they recognizedhim long as he was moving, some list the candidates' electorsin !
apprehended. on a fire escape and other officers. department. immediately and that he body could spot him" said the space provided on the Preferred Constructors of Season's First
U'liuul lllll' Landrum Building/ "There. he is on the fire Upon escaping./(. Hamilton had bl't'n'ery pleasant e't'nasking apprehending officer Don left side of the ballot. This is Gainesville has been awardedthe !
directly ill'l'OllIlhl' street from escape; !said officers as they fled north from the jail in the if he needed to furnishan Denton. "Ever since the hunt necessary only for write-in bid for water expansion .
the Telegraph. where a spotted H.imilton "Pul'ollr direction of the Vo Tech and ID. began we were always just candidates, though; those work in Brooker according to I'eraii Auction
volunteer had) chased him hUlIltllUP on your head': they middle Schools, and into a Shortly afterward. Henry one step behind him." wishing to vote for Ford the city clerk Linda Robinson.
According to deputies cum l11illldl'd. nearbywooded. area. spotted him behind a service Before; last month's Carter, Anderson or In its October 12 meeting Set Nov. 11
re wrts. Hamilton who was Hamilton did so. and I Dogs borrowed from station on 301 and gave chaseon robbery Hamilton had beenon McCarthy merely place an the council voted to award the
being held in the county jail on officers climbed the lire Florida State Prison then foot, firing the two sliois; probation in connection "x" next to the candidate's $1.199 contract to Preferred
an. armed l robbery charge. in with a December 30, 1974 name. which submitted the low bid 'IIns year's pecan uucl\Inn is.
of the window-breaking and resisting !set lo hl'otinuv"II1IJl'I'/ : II.
hold
the II
Zippy Sept' :.Mart. on fS up 301 at Sit- One Race, Vote On New Charter Lawtey Ballot I arrest incident and a Running Democratic for the U.S.IncumbentLaw Senateare on The the work project.will extend water according Hob ,Allen to market manager

IK. had. been taken from Ins November 8, 1974 breakingand
cell to .receive a haircut and Two Incumbent city Robertson. McCulley will run charter. The only real changewill entering conviction. He ton Chiles and Republican and sewer lines 1,800 feet. Growers i are asked l.>
Robertson is being be in the offices of has been deliver ''xcunstuulhau'ilx'otweighed .
tar being/ .returned when he councilmen and a challenger unopposed in }jail since the i -- /
!suddenly bolted have qualified for the Dec. 7 challenged/( by Archie Kettles, marshal and clerk, if voters September robbery. r FFCTiON in al I lie I'.railloid.
Some dozen marked and l-awtcy election Jr. Kettles who has not run decide lo make those offices Hamilton apparently knew NEWg County Slal'I"ilI'I11l'1'1"1'1: '
unmarked cars and Voters will also decide on a for office before, is employedat appointive. though, that he couldn't run ao "lIl'SIIIIIIII..lh'' :; bet ore nimn on
numberous. officers had city charter and appointive Thompson's Liquor Store Copies of the proposed for long. the III h. The iiiulion ,IHscheduled .
converged llln I the scene by I the terms for the town's marshal. in Lawtey. charter are available at city "He said to me just after e to Ix-gin/( ill I 1 p| m
lime the suspect was appre- and clerk. Both offices) are City clerk Lucille Shuford hall, Mrs. Shuford says and /got him that he knew the ,Nleirsaid/ this. ye.n'x Isr| ';iu
luMidcd presently elective said the proposed charter is a adds: "Anyone is welcome to chase was coming to an end." crop' is light bill will ,mil.. I Is'
"I jumped him around by Incumbents qualifying were new, simplified version of the come in and read over the Denton recalled "So he went TIP FOR SM: .VKTC,VTS: To make sure the election nf'wlIl" good known for" .sure until ,it lei Its'
UK- lurch First( Baptist on Ben McCulley and John present often-amended charter." and /got a six pack of beer knew, know the Issues and vote for sound candidates. inn-lion Ix'g ills', .


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I SV Colleen Nichols Honored At Coke Party

.'olloen Nichols !Mrs. Andrews and !Mrs. and daughters and Mrs. N.B. Ji;
V: er 4 bride-elect wasJ Reddish invited the guests to Hosier of Lake Butler; Mrs. fflte WJ !
ut a Coca Cola party the tea table in the dining Arthur Patray of Keystone [ M-ide I
day morning from 10 to hich was covered with Heights; and Mrs. Micke
clock at the home of Mrs. a line and lace cloth and :Nichols.. Mrs M.T. Tilghmanand lilor I
Miss June Hardy of :; Wooly SotUty < ,
Hardy on K. Cull Street ('(centered ith a crystal punchbowl : _ _
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Gainesville. -<" -
Co-hoslessos! were Mrs I I tilled uith cracked ice ,, """' ''
VV.B. Mundy. Mrs. Linda and Cokes. Presiding lit this Attending between the
Johns, Mrs.: J.It. Kcddish, table were, Mrs. RobertV.. appointed hours were
Mrs. James. V. Crosby, and Milner. Jr. Mrs. Mark approximately 123 guests.
Mrs. J. l.evon AndrewsMrs. Milner. Mrs.\ Greg Alvarez Miss Loadholtz. Glenn Sellers Janice Smith And Goetzman IV
George
Hardy. greeted the and Miss Donna Prevail.
guests ut the door and l presented Assisting in caring! lor the Terri! .tr\:\ \ Wed October 22
them to I lie honoree \Il'slSl're Mrs.\ Carl Hurst. Wed October 1 16 In Melrose
and Mrs. Jack Mrs. George Pierce and Miss
Knmnen. !
Charles Pitfrman The bride's table in the
Theresa Lee Loadholtz of
mother of the prospective, June I Hardy.
Starke, oaughter of Mr. and dining room was covered witha Miss Janice Lynn Smith,
groom." Illssil'huls: ; and l Mrs: The hostesses presented the
Wed October 24 Mrs. Doyle Loadholtz of Lake white lace cloth and of Mrs. Barbara Y.
Hrannenerc, presented' <1 with honoree\I t II h the gravy boat to daughter
rose corsages her chosen china pattern as a Placid, Fla., and Glenn Dail centered with a three tiered Smith of Melrose and Dr.
Attractive' arranni'iiic'iits' ol memento ol' the occasion. Din Sellers son ot Mr. and Mrs. wedding cake decorated: with Richard L. Smith of
cut I Honors and hanging (Out ill-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. H. Chitty Russell Griffis of Starke, were pink roses, green leaves and Gainesville, and George '
1"kl'N111'(' pl.iccd at van :Mrs .Kick Itra nnen. Mrs announce the tViarriage of united in marriage Friday, doves and topped with a bride Fredrick Goetzman IV, son of
Uige points I Ihl't," holll I the Steve Hninnen. Mrs. HandyParrish their daughter, Terri Manningto October 22, at 9 p.m. at the and groom. At each end of the Mr. and Mrs. George F
(xirtv "rooms I Mrs\ I Lowell Shad!! Charles. Pittman, son ofMr. home of Mr. and Mrs. Lester table were silver candelabras Goetzman III of Lake Geneva,
and !Mrs. James B. Pit. Crews with the Rev. James entwined with pink satin were united in marriage
tman of Lake Butler. Starling performing the ribbons holding pink tapers. Saturday. October 16, at 4
The marriage was performed nuptials. Mrs. Ed McGmnes of Lake in at
garden wedding
We Need Listings p.m. a
'- Sunday, October 24 at Given in marriage by her Placid cut the cake. the Tolles-Scott home in
I I Kingsland Georgia. father, the bride wore a white Presiding at the two punch Melrose.
We've Got Buyers From Everywhere Mrs. Pittman is a 1971 satin, floor length gown with tables in the living room were The Rev. Hilory T. Hevis \
graduate of Bradford High lace yoke and full lace sleeves Misses Evern and Teresa performed the ceremony /
I I School and is employed at with satin cuffs. A white satin HIlliard of Starke with Miss amid a natural setting of
Offices Coast To Coast Stan's Bootery of Starke. bow secured her double net Janice Jones assisting. camelias and orange trees ,U
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9 !Mr. Pittman is a 1972 veil of illusion trimmed with Rhonda Tyre kept the under an archway of daisies ."
I graduate of Lake Butler High matching lace. She carried a bride's book and Carolyn and ivy backed by azaleas and
'Strout Realty, Inc. School and is employed at nosegay of white and pink Hilliard and Michelle Tyre holly. ryip
I G.A.o'ood Store in Lake daisies with stain streamers.A passed out rice bags. Mrs. Florence Janes. _
Broker Butler. reception was also held at pianist played a selection of
!Mr. and Mrs. Pittman will Mrs. Lester Crews greeted'the
Starke the Crews home on W. Call wedding music and the traditional
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964 5196 A Mile Soulh On SRI 00 reside in Lake Butler. street. Mrs.David guests Lanford at the door and Miss and wedding march processional /

and
recessional.!
Delilah Loadholtz, sister of Anthony Mart inich. soloist!
the bride, served as floor sang "The Wedding Song."
hostesses. "Follow Me" and "If."
Following a wedding trip to The bride given in ..j.l.

Denmark FurniturePresents .:.....i.. :,:WX(& South Florida the couple will marriage by her grandfather.

.:.:::::::.j ;:}\::\ :@/f reside Mr. on and Griffis Mrs. Loop.Sellers are George Missouri W., wore Young a long of Clinton.white '..-'. ,.f_ .- '4' ii i 'I

both employed at the Vogue satin princess style gown ith "
Manufacturing Co. short tram and! long/\ white ;
sheer lace sleeves \I ith s.I !

DKG Alpha Nu bodice.matching lace covering I the \,

Held The gown fashioned by the ;
Workshop bride and her mother had
tiny white buttons down the Mrs. George Frederick Gortiman IV
October 19 front and on the satin cuffs. It I bride's hiKikA ,

'-, ,'',''''.''''' was trimmed in white lace of Lake honor.Butler Altl'mianls1'1.served as matron.' table covered with green
flfl Alpha Nu chapter of the beading inserted \lithlhlle Leslie and Amy Smith sisters cloth and white tulle tied ut
Delta Kappa Gamma society satin ribbons around the bride. the turners with i I d.usies) held
oftlie
l held its annual workshop waist, down the sleeves, by satin hlll"la; the "'ctting
; rili'fll/tfSt The matron of honor's longyellow' !
meeting Tuesday night, adorning the two front panelsof st le lor I the t three I tiered wedding
satin princess
)
; el October 19, in the Southside the skirt, and around the waist cake' nuulo. by :Mrs ('\1'11 I.I I.
empire gown was
Elementary School library around the bottom of the dress fashioned ilh lace I'ic'kren Kach: I tier i nl I the ciike
... and train yellow ..
.
.. .
: with members presents from bodice; and short sll'e\ uith Was I"l'onllt'dlllh .111.11|
es
The bride's three tiered
: Wood Burning Bradford Union and Baker d.IISII'Sllth tall column
trimmed ith
satin cuffs
: counties. fingertip-length veil of white I between t the second and I I third
white embroidered lace with
:
tulle was trimmed around the
edge\ of each tier in beadingand flowers around the waist and lasers iiiul h'ppl'dlllh .1
: HEATERS The Halloween motif was niinia tOm (' bride. and groom
carried out in the decorations.The ribbon which matched the cuffs.The attendants similar A crjstul' punch bowl I
wore
adornment of her The
refreshment table !gown. tinted cilru--.
was containing green
Will Take Up To 20" Wood gowns of pale green satin
crown was trimmed in the
dried surrounded l h
centered by a plant small (plII1l'h1 iI" >
Each: carried a bouquetof
same beading and ribbon and
arrangement flanked on each and uith (ti iSit's and iv\ adorned, st i Iii
daisies
Were 99" had waxed orapire! blossoms ivy long leathered. ,
$ side by candlesticks with of white ribbon.Flossie white doves iiiul
CloseOut on the back which the bride'smother streamers
1 Only 7495Early centered rllow cloth
yellow tapers. I I Gillen.i I I was nn a t
had worn on her dress.
of the draped. with white tulle t tied ill
President Shirley Jasonek The blossoms came Irom the granddaughter! pianist
American the corners with I I daises held
presided over the meeting. wedding bouquet of the bride'sgrandmother was the flower girl. Her long b,> while satin 'IMIW- Semim
Committees met and For an short-puffed sleeve greensatin wis :Mrs, ( Hlie W 1'11\11'11..1.< t tMelrosi
:
SOFA With Matchin9 Chair. :4PC.BEDROOMSUITE, !I! formulated plans for the adornment she wore a tiny gown was accented w ith : '
of lace insertedin
: ; : silver locketI she a green panel
Red And Blue Plaid Herculon I Attached Pillow Back : !i t coming year.Hostesses received as an infant. the front with a long satin I Creeling; I guest' wcie I Mir
A ; ;: : host and hostess :Mr ind,
Dark Pine Wings, And Arms : -WahUI P bess : f :fhe5t. ,;: jiiii.Reg jiiii. for the evening She carried a bouquet ot bow basket and of sash.daisies She carried a Mrs BubSl'ullllhlhl'htll'I ,
sprinkling
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Celebrate50th PERSONALS ; : Shows Biggest Year '" J :

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AnniversaryMr. "- "
-- In presenting his annual Building permits issued N ; '.
and Mrs. W.F. Mooreof report to the County Zoning during the year totaled 776, ,/ I
Lawtey will celebrate their Mrs. L.N. Pickering returned Mr. and Mrs, R.R Chism Mr. and Mrs. George : w. ij Board Tuesday night, director including i)8::) single lamily
golden wedding anniversary Saturday after three celebrated their 31st wedding iluggins attended the Farm L.M. Gaines said he was dwellings, and 270 mobile
at a reception given by their weeks visit with friends and anniversary on October 24. Bureau meeting in Orlando proud of the fact the office had homes Building inspectionsmade
children on Sunday October relatives in Fouke, Ark. Sunday to Tuesday.Mrs. operated at a cost of only totaled 1500. j'
31, from 3 to5 p.m. in the First William A. McClane of i' 17551.40 to the county. For I the current month! ,
Baptist Church Fellowship Mrs. Thelma Mendoza of Jacksonville spent the C.N. Christy and Mrs. The report showed through Oct. 20, construction
Mall, Starke. Jacksonville visited Mrs. weekend with his parents Mr. C.A. Knight were sightseeingin $18,559.97! collected in fees by totaled $4ti5.4lIi.< including 17
All friends and relatives are Carrie Ritch and Mrs. Mary and Mrs. Houston McClane. Plains Ga. and South the office to apply against its mobile homes for $83.' MI). 10 r
Invited to attend. No gifts, Wooten last Friday. Georgia Monday and Tuesdayof 1975.76 budget of 361137. single family d\\ l'lImgs. f
please. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Flynn last week. Estimated construction $2.VI.22ii( ; 21 additions, t'lc.
Mr. and Mrs. T.H. Slade and sons have moved into / costs in the county from Oct. $30.890: one church FITheressuI
were in Sanford Sunday their new home in Country Misses Jean Mundy and I 1,1975 to Sept. 3D. 1976 totaled ( << ), $83.7110(>; and one ,"
UDC To Meet visiting their daughter; and Club Estates.Mrs. Sharon Sofford of Tallahassee (5.6B3.483 which Gaines commercial (biiil and lal'kll'1\
family, Mr. and Mrs. John spent the weekend at Kingsley af'i described as the biggest shop). $ Nov. 3 3 P.M. Whelchel. Cleone Hazen and Mr. Lake. i annual volume the office had October fees totaled I.W4.: 'JK,
and Mrs. Jimmy Hazen of ever handled. with 124 inspections. ;
Mrs. J.II. Truluck and Mrs. Gainesville were Sunday Arthur G. Loudon was in St. i.tf' ti i' J1It
At Holiday Inn James McKay of Sanford are visitors of Mr. and Mrs.! M.F. Vincent's Hospital ,aA; '
visiting their daughter and Hazen. Wednesday to Saturday wherehe .n..r Fire Damages RJE BuildingA r +
The VV.T. Weeks chapter, sister-in-law. Mrs. Clyde B. underwent eye surgery.
UDC will meet Wednesday Terwillegar for several days. Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Dansby locked. rt.'
Nov. 3, at 3 p.m. at the Holiday Mrs. Terwillegar is convalescing returned Sunday from two Mrs. W.B. Mundy and Mrs. fire of undetermined building securely TI
Inn for a Dutch-treat meeting at home following weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs. Suy Sale were in Mount Dora Thurston Henry manages to look only mildly apprehensive. as origin Monday evening There is the no evidence fire to f
,surgery, last week in Bradford Bill Dansby and family in Saturday where they attendeda he receives his swine flu vaccination Tuesday at the Brooker caused $1,000 damage to the suggest was ,
!I.ITTI.K! \SOMINl'IIE1a'111111.11': ;:'; County Hospital. Lansing, Mich., Mr. and Mrs. bridesmaid's luncheon for Elementary School. The Brooker clinic and one al Hampton old Street.RJE high school on Pine deliberate.The building has been
( : : : Milton Patterson in Montgomery Miss Judy Monk and also attended Wednesday kicked off the county's flu shot program, scheduledto The Starke Fire occupied for the last several
TinI.illlo omen's Club Mrs. Charles Sawyer of Ala. and Mrs. Marvin the Judy Monk-Frank continue next week in Starke and Lawtey. the CUBB {
by
the agency
will hold I hdrnVI'mhl'l'; ; Jacksonville spent Tuesdaywith Andrews in a nursing home in Lukens, Jr. wedding that 8:30 Department,call answering found the and years lleadstart program. .
: p.m
nll'l'linltlnndIY: night at 8 her parents, Mr. and Columbus, Ga. night. Swine
Flu Shots Set Next Week
p.m. in I lie club house Mrs. T.H. Slade. .
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tannerof Mrs. John Bradley, Jr. and 3 Area Students Elected At LCCC
Mr. and !Mrs Edward H. Baldwin were Sunday son and Mrs. John Bradley Bradford County's swine flu urged by the Florida Lung r"
p eonah Jackson and daughter visitors of Mrs. J.II. Fields. Sr. spent the weekend with vaccination program Association to make certain A former Bradford High LCCC Student Government
Ifebbie of Fort Pierce spent Mrs. Bradley Jr.'s mother, continues next week, with their children receive both of student was recently elected Association for the '
last week with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Ruth Rich and son, Mrs. Bill Clark in Melbourne.Mr. immunizations being given in the flu shots recommended for to an executive post of Lake currentyear.Local :

Mrs lla. el Paulk, E.W. Blake Jackson and Sidney Wade, of Tampa were Starke and Lawtey. such youngsters."The City Community College's
Hodges and Mrs. Gladys Griffis. They also visited Mrs. weekend guests of Mr. and and Mrs. George Health Department officials second trip to the Student Government students appointed to
Kdwii ds attended the State Margaret Jackson and other Mrs Curtis Edwards.Mr. Dominianni attended the will be giving vaccinations at immunization center is more Association. the Student Judiciary include
Association of County Commissioners friends and relatives. They funeral of his father Concesso the Health Department in than worth the effort becausetwo Ed Watts of Starke will Gloria Jean Holmes and Sonja
visited Six Flags over Georgia and !Mrs. Robert W. Dominianni, who died Starke Monday, Nov. 1, and shots afford about eight serve as treasurer of the Yarbrough, of Lake Buller
I Daytona Beach meeting last Thursday in during the weekend. Milner. Sr. of Tallahassee Saturday in Glen Cove, N.Y. Friday, Nov. 5, from 1-5 p.m. times as much protection .. "., ,,. I. _II
to Saturday. spent the weekend with Mr. Shots will be given in against 'swine flu' and the A- 1I
:Mr. and Mrs. Houston and Mrs. Milner Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Wolff Lawtey Tuesday, Nov. 2, from Victoria viruses expected to WN _
Local admittances to :\11'11111''isited their son Dr. and Mr. and Mrs. George W. 2.5 p m. at the elementary circulate this year," ,, XIs,
Itnidlord this Glenn McC'lane in Tallahasseeand Mr. and !Mrs William S. Brown of Elks Lodge No. 1802 school. according to Paul F. [Contrary to popular belief, owls can see in the daytime.BETTY'S .
week includeMrs.County :Hospital. Kathy attended! the FSUFloridagame Glover and Mr. and Mrs. John will attend the Harry Anna All healthy adults over 18 Wubbena, Jr.. M.D. Fla. a -
Thornton. Si liar iiinter, Mrs on October 16. October Myers spent the weekend in Crippled Children's Hospital are urged to receive Northeast Board member.
17-22 they were in Panama Montgomery Ala. and attended house committee meeting at vaccinations, which are free -
catastrophic
;l'Ilfis.lIss: Dolores
I'mkie ( "Flu can be
the Auburn-FSU Eustis on Saturday.Miss of charge. The Health
Khoudi's.( :\ll's1lrftal'l'l: ; City. game. Department is recommending even deadly, for children BEAUTY SALON
HaiTcll and :\ll'sllI1nie:
with asthma, recurrent
Mrs. Hobbie Sho lle'r was :Mrs. Louie Bell Parks re Avalee Edwards of sons having chronic
Ithoden of Starke :Mrs illnesses bronchitis, fibrosis
: cystic
honored with a birthday party tUI'l11'lSundav\ from three Ocala was Tuesday and or conditions check
l.amoreaux of bronchiectasis sarcoidosisand
La\1'11101 on October 10 at the home of week's visit with her children Wednesday guest of Mrs. with their physicians before .
1Il'lghls.llss: :Mary TB, Dr. Wubbena a
Keystone
Mr undIrs.: Lester Mr. and Mrs. Bill Parks in George Anderson. being vaccinated. Childrenare
Ann Blacker ol Hampton; Humphries with Mrs Atlanta and :Mr. and Mrs. not receiving the vaccineat pediatric allergist said. The '2000 Perms For 14"
:Mrs Ethel: Plui'ker of !Lake lung assocation fully endorsesthe
Josephine Cumber as cohostess. George Parks in Roswell, Ga. Mrs. Lila Caldwell returned this time.Consent .
Geneva; and Mrs.: Ann Ash III'I."kl' recommendation 2 Weeks Only
:Mr and :Mrs Kobbie Saturday after three weeks forms which must that two Abu k
; Butler Shaper. celebrated their 29th :Mrs. Paul G. Brown was a visit with her son-in-law and be signed by persons wishingto shots of split-virus, bivalent Tues Thru Sat.
wedding anniversary onll.t"Il'I' patient in North; Florida Regional daughter, Mr. and Mrs Joe B. receive the shots will be vaccine be given at least four North On 301 Charley -
1 lonnie .h'runcis. will undergo weeks apart, to all children
( 2i.( Hospital Thursday to Belche and family in Norfolk' available at the immunization ,_
Mii'Urr.v Knd.iy .at :ShandsHospital. Tuesday of last week. Va. They spent last centers. Persons wishing to ages three to eighteen who Cal, 984,7844 Appointment .1
1I'"dllnjt Wednesday sightseeing in read consent forms suffer from these chronic lung 2T/Ch0 10/21 10/28 E.
:Mr. and\ Mrs. Glen Reddish Washington D.C. beforehand will find them diseases.
Look What :t I 00 and family of Pensacola spent displayed in the post office. Johns
the weekend with his mother !Mrs. Janet Turner and ""

:Mrs 1 I'.D. Reddish and visitedMr daughter Kay, returned Parents with children with Gainesville i :
Will Buy : Reddish in St. Luke's Monday after a week's visit chronic lung diseases are About This Question:
Hospital.Mr with !Mr. and Mrs. Robert "Already a home
Bush in Atlanta, and !Mr. and Market has been
gutted by afire
3 Lbs. : and Mrs: J.R. Reddish Mrs. John Burton in Knox- Livestock
TURKEY WINGS have moved from Lake Butler yule Tenn. They attended the caused by the
to their former home at State FloridaTennessee game Since prices have Increased the past few months, storage of gasoline in
3 Lbs. Prison. Saturday.Miss our selling charges are less on most cattle than the home because of
most other Markets.
TURKEY NECKS Mrs. 1..11. Jennings and Lillian Stump, Mrs.J the fuel shortage.

3 Lbs. :McLendon and children of Riherd attended the annual BULLS $7.50 (Much less than 3% plus yardage company refuse to

PIG FEET 3 Tampa.Jacksonville: spent Sunday in Cancer Hilton Hotel Society in meeting Jacksonville'over at the ;});/jo.J/ < most other markets charge) pay a loss caused byjj',, i.

3 Lbs. the weekend. f Mrs. Howard Brown of CATTLE SLAUGHTER HOGS such an obviously
Lbs. ForBEEF :Mr and :Mrs. 11.A. Lawson, Dainelsville Ga. is visitingher Mondays & Wednesdays Tuesdays hazardous action?"
HOG MAULS :Mrs. :Mary Lawson, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs John Miller son and daughter-in-law,
:Marie i Sieiner and Mrs. Mary and Mr. and Mrs Bob Mr. and Mrs. Paul G. Brown. FEEDER PIGS 1st Friday each month Charley: E.
3 Lbs. (Overholser attended the Ferguson and families spent VCFACY
\
Senior Cdazens'hautauqua at the weekend in Clearwater Mrs. L.D. Vining of Starke We test Cattle Wednesday-No Charge JOHNS
PIG EARS 0 0 Ilidgecrest.I: N.C. October 18- where Jlr.IllIer! and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Viningof IJ1 SO WALN" SI
3 Lbs. $ "I.. Ferguson attended the Fall Palatka visited Mrs Have test Cattle here by 11a.m. PHONE 9fi4-O/'O
of the Florida
Convention Charlie Wiggins and Mrs. ---
PIGTAILS :Mrs. Kay Ward and Mrs. Press Association. The Jessie Vining in Stockton, Ga.
I Lose: Costa of Cocoa Beachare Millers visited Disney World on Saturday.Mr. .
visiting Mrs. Ward's and the
3 Lbs. on Sunday Fergusons
daughter and family. Mr. and visited Busch Gardens.Mr. and Mrs. Michael The Steak Man
PORK LIVER :Mrs. Richard Welly. Huddlestpn of Melrose were 7

and Mrs K.O. Padgettand Friday night dinner guests of
3 Lbs. :Mr and :Mrs. Orie Wiggins Elder Donald Hazen of Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Eaves.
visited Mrs. John Plant City were first of the Announces HisA
BACK BACON
llemmingway in Kliiabetht week guests of Mrs. P.D. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green
3 Lbs t ;N.C; last week. Reddish and also visited Mr. \'isiledIr.! and Mrs. Jimmy
Reddish in St. Luke's Howe and family in Sanfordover
JAR LARD :Mr and :Mrs. Philip Nichols; Hospital. the weekend.
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tntertained at a cookout Anniversary| [ |

October IK at their home oneldon
\\ Street for Colleen
LIVER 49CLb.u.s. :Nichols> and\ :Mitch Brannen. HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS- Sale

.\ltl'nIlIllAIt're Mr.! and Mrs
lack Krnmicn of Lake Butler. RESERVE YOUR JOB NOW
:Mr and :Mrs. Donald Carter
FOR AFTER GRADUATIONWith
GOOD BEEF and family of Raiford :Mr.

and :Mrs. :Michael Nichols and the Army's Delayed Entry Program, you can come '
CHUCK ROAST l.imily of Gainesville and Mr. down now and pick the job you want. And if you qualify, A Super
iind Mrs. Raiford Brannen
CHUCK STEAK iind :\11'5.Iarion: Crosby of we'll hold it for you for up to 270 days, depending on the A M" Value
Maike job you choose.

RIB STEW C Then you can relax and enjoy your senior year without Cheese Burger
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BRISKET STEW Lb Published ill CIXVY.CaUMrrrl: 1 374
a month before deductions waiting for you. Plus
HAMBURGERROUND Slarkr.( Florist. :ll:!il'il! free meals, housing, health care and 30 days paid vacation. Tomatoes Pickles Mustard Onions Tax)

And if you'd like to try college while you're in, we'll pay
:Second Class
paid
postage | &
$139 SIjrkr. Florida up to 75% of your tuition for you. Mayonnaise Catsup
STEAK Good Friday Oct. 29, 1976

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"My rural background has always kept me close to people.My '.J J :

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The Amendments I



MORE ON BUSINGOF
A bewildering array of Constitutional property which it could resell or transfer to STUDENTS

Amendments will greet voters when they go any private person pursuant to criteria to be u
to the polls next Tuesday. Several of these established by law Gentlemen:
are somewhat complex and it is difficult to
understand what they mean from the brief There is some opposition to this I feel" so strongly about

description that will appear on the ballot. For amendment from persons who contend that proper local busing of school

this reason, many voters may skip over these the incentives offered may reduce tax 1 children that I must write this

important amendments for fear of voting revenues. Those favoring the amendment i letter.

wrong on something they do not understand argue that tax collections are declining in What happened that caused
blighted areas because of the lack of us to bus our young, tendc.-

Information on the amendments has been improvements and the depreciation of aged children, as well as the

hard to obtain, and the person who waits until property located there They contend that seniors It was the consol-

he gets to the voting booth to make a decisionon upgrading these areas could reverse the dated schools, high speetl I

them will be at a loss unless he has some trend in blighted districts and eventually x roads, and high speed forms Of

previous knowledge of these measures. True result in more tax revenue instead of less. transportation, .

the state does run the content of the I ask how can any lovin ,
amendments as a legal notice prior to the Believing that the possible benefits / 1 considerate parent possibi y

election, but this is written in legal language outw eight any risks involved in this plan for send his or her little chill,

.... that is hard to understand, and gives no redevelopment, a YES vote is recommended down the road several blocks

advice as to the merits or demerits of the for No 4NLMBER. without proper sidewalks aril

amendment police control We all kneiv ...
: : FIVE that children are active. Th y
In an effort to help our readers with this love to chase one another, r( h
problem, we have tried to gather informationfrom For six years Governor Askew has tried to across the road walk in tl c

various sources, which may aid you in improve the housing situation in Florida middle of the road or stand n

coming to the right decision. which is bad now and will continue to worsen a puddle, if available, and n

with the state's growing population, and the case of rain, go to sch )1 l

NUMBER: ONE: spiralling costs of home construction-- soaking wet, shivering in their
already out of the reach of low and medium Cars taking part in the "Historic Endurace Race" from Tampa to Jacksonville; and bark to clothing.

This is Governor Askew's .so-called income families rampa are lined up on South Thompson Street as they passed through Starke in :November of I'lii't! If something bad happen' ,

"Sunshine Amendment" which he took to the Now, with the state's unemployment rate at who is going .to pay tl e"
people after the last three legislatures doctor's bills for sickness al d
nine cent and worse (around 14 centor
per per
refused to do anything about his call for higher in the construction trades) the injuries because of unnecessary

stricter financial disclosure for government Legislature finally got the message and came Tampa-Jax Endurance Race standing: along the rovd
officials. The Governor obtained the the rain
up with a proposal permitting the state to lend or run/img] in TJJe
signatures of 210.000 Florida voters (one- loss ot one of these childr,
to Slot) million in revenue certificates to
fourth of the total) and the amendment was up help finance or refinance housing. The money Drew Crowds Here In 1909County from the standpoint of their

placed on the ballot by citizen initiative, the would be made available to financial insti- parents, would be one million
first time this has been done in Florida tutions for low-interest housing loans. times greater than the cost|>f

history. Lending institutions then will have access to stopping for these children Bt
at lower interest rates, because the Commissionerminutes So primitive were some of driver ran his Ford into a November it was a festive their homes.
This amendment provides for "full and state money is actually lending out its tax-exempt of Nov. I, 1909/) noted the roads used on this ditch, but the four passengers occasion, as shown by the I don't blame you g
public" financial disclosure by all elected status that a communication had marathon trip that a picked it up and placed it backon above photograph, with c lukli en for doing reckl >sand

: constitutional officers, as well as candidates been received from the Boardof "pathfinder" car precededthe the road with only two townspeople grouped along wrong things on the roa i.

for such offices, requiring them to list the Gov. Askew believes this measure would Trade of Tampa asking the other drivers strewing minutes lost and no injury to South Thompson Street, It is a part of growing up:

source and amount of assets, debts and have the double benefit of making decent Bradford Commission to paper scraps and blazing pine the car here several of the cars were The I writer lives on !Morgan

income exceeding $1,000. It goes further into housing available at lower interest rates to furnish material for placing trees along the way to guide lined up for a brief pause Koad where about IZ to .. 5
the field of ethics, making public employeesand persons w ho could not otherwise afford it. and mile posts along the line of a the others. Several who got A small Buick performed a while the drivers rested or children congregate, waiti g

persons who corrupt them liable for would, at the same time, stimulate Florida's public road chosen by the lost in spite of these remarkable feat when it took on a bit of refreshment for (he bus I am statrig

damages from illicit actions, strips pensions depressed construction industry. This is a Tampa Automobile Club, soon precautions and stopped to bumped a cow standing on the House in background; is t the nothing new when I explain

from those convicted ,of felonies; forbids worthwhile goal, which warrants a try. Help to pass through Bradford ask the natives for directionsto road, shot off into the woods old Darby home, standing on how these children run acr is
turned around
former legislators and elected state officials our young people and others with low incomes County on an "endurance a county seat were completely and the site now occupied by the road, push and haul oi e
from lobbying their old agencies for at least get the homes they need by voting YES on No; run" from Tampa to frustrated by the answer, "'I 1 came back on the road, Badcock's parking lot another, ami give each othe a
two years after leaving office. 5. Jacksonville, and back to don't know, suh. I hain't never speeding along as if nothinghad shove toward the middle of tike
Tampa by another route a been there" happened All entries apparently road without looking for

Very little opposition has been expressed to ::NUMBER: : SIX distance of 543 miles. Another driver stripped the completed the run, with a big, traffic. I have seen more than
this amendment. The lack of organized Early in the morning of thechecking red Premier 30" being the one get run over Itjis
would take of his before nearly
The state employment gear car just
cap on "Upon motion, it was November; 22, 190), a big!
and fact that Florida back
the 210,000 first into
opposition car Tampa natural for them to behave
effect on July 1, 1978 and is becoming the agreed that the mile posts be E.l\1.F "30," which made the station was reached as
voters petitioned to get it on the ballot would subject of considerable debate. It would limit furnished by the original runs, laying out the at Dade City, putting him after the confetti car. in this manner as it is for thorn

seem to insure its passage. full.time state employment to one per cent of Commissioners of the districts path to be followed in the hopelessly out of the race. But to enjoy a dish of ice crc-ajn.

recommended. Florida's population for the previous year, through which runs the line of endurance run, left The Times after a quick repair job. he Commented The Times: The best policy is not jo
A YES vote is and part-time employment to ten per cent of road chosen by the club, said office in Tampa to serve as the was back in the running again. "The great Tampa to Tampa expose them to these serious
the number of full-time workers. for said automobile run has passedinto possibilities I am aware I
:NUMBER: TWO districts to pay posts "confetti car. It had a t\\0- Reckless driving caused! one j.f
from the funds of the said hour start on the other cars, so an axle the first history. It has made an these t things because of I
and con have been heard Florida population is currently estimatedat district," according to the that its crew could drop out car dabut to spring the driver epoch in the history of educational training, teachingexptMience. )
Arguments pro than 8. million and was Florida
more 5 growing rapidly. minutes. markers to show the route to automobile contests in and psychiatric
the so-called "merit retention" and another
man
discharged
concerning About 1\.17 per cent of the population now those who behind and has also marked the social work. Also, I learned
proposal which appears as No 2 on the ballot. works for the state--a total of more than 90,000 The endurance run was a came placed in the car at beginning of an era of good these things through the

It provides for the of appointment the rather than and persons. Gov. Askew opposes the measure, historic trailblazing! tour, At least two persons rode in Gamesv'ille, roads building that will employment of many young
of Court
election of, the justices district Supreme courts. Under saving would require the dismissal of 12,000 dreamed up by the old Tampa each car a driver and an When several of the cars eventually include every men when I ran a large f"l'tn.
judges appellate full-time and 11,000()() part-time employees roads observer in the state,"
would be Times to boost good in observer The reached Starke, late inFORESTRY county When our three sons wee
the amendment, they appointed by
from list of candidates College students also oppose it, saving it those days when Florida was served as> checker and kept young. they were excelltntcliildicn
the Governor a
would deny jobs to thousands of students who of sand unfortunate did f
recommended by the Judicial Nominating served by a network tabs on those but they many
Committee. imance their educations with part-time trails. mishaps such as ice the above things

campus jobs! formations in the carburetor Lot everyone who reads: t tl us:
.
The trip was to last two explosions of the radiator bv Chuckeber letter and feels ;as I do,
After their initial appointment they must The question, however is not how many weeks, and some of the men auto sickness etc.. all of County Forester"You'll contact the Board of PublicInsiiiKlion
stand for reappointment by the voters at the the IN BRADFORD COUNTY
people will lose their jobs but whether taking the daring ride were which incurred penalties or the Super/n/ .
end of each six year term when they wouldbe the first place If they
jobs are necessary in advised by their physicians ranging from a gill to a gallonin temlent! of Schools to let tin in
approved for another term, or rejected and be justified, well and good, if they are not
can "Now:': remember you are points. know how you feel It is nut |oo
removed from office the basis of their
on just make-work positions, then they should be to shave on this trip- it's bad late to correct an existing
records. If a judge does not submit himself of Amendment 6. Several cars suffered injury '
I abolished. regardless business dust and all that is )
for approval at the ballot, or if he is rejected Although our first inclination was to vote in liable to infect a raw face" on the first day's run. One have to have your and soot particles from the mistake. \\e all make I them!
by \'otersthe Governor fills the vacancy favor of Amendment, second thought has fire out an hour I before air. Therefore, precipitation is
**' by appointment, from a list of three names made wonder whether setting an arbitrary !
submitted by the Judicial Nominating figure. like one per cent, is the correct way to "Mow come1'" you ask. air quality is the whole point Marke PO. Hort27
Committee, and this appointee must go on the state being considered. I'lorfila
about on
setting a ceiling ,
ballot fora vote of retnetion or rejection in the employment go It may be more or it may be County Agents By Lf" "Because the stagnation' Least obvious is the :MMUTRKTKNTION: '
| i 1k next general election not less than one year less But a good, strong vote on this index is 10 for tonight. importance of relative UJJl'I.ES
subsequent to his appointmentOpponents Bobby humidity. Anv form of water fo'\\'OItEU//
amendment might serve to alert theGO'l'rnor. "
S \\ hat does that moan'vou ?
!
Notebook cloud water
\\ the Legislature, and all the a"k.That's. a layer or Dear Editor: I
of this amendment say it takes bureaucracies that the taxpayers are fed up Taylor vapor in the air retains Florida has done much to

the right of electing judges away from the with subsidi/mg unnecessary jobs and are demanding Phone tail-f:i51: a good question, and ground-level heat that improve the quality of justice

people, and charge Hut/ only prominent that the fat be cut out, once and for not many' people ever get a otherwise would be radiated within the past few years oir
lawyers from high.powered law firms will all satisfying answer This should off into space and lost. In turn, court system has bean
survive the nominating process Those in After three years of inactivity of the association. The group hc-lp the heat breaks up an earth- streamlined and our judgesnow
favor of it, however say it should result in No recommendation on :-:0.6.': Vote as your our swine producers will meet at 7:30 p.m. each hugging and( smoke devote full time to their

better qualified men for the judgeships since conscience dictates. association has been reactivated third Agriculture flhe month in \\hen burning regulationswere trapping) layer of cold night duties Laymen and lawyers
and reorganized. the Building! in first enacted, some to form soon
voters are usually apathetic toward judicial : air that begins now serve together on judicial I
i elections and vote for the first man on the :Nl'MBKR: ShENAmendment Starke.I authorities would have alter sunsetMost !. nominating commissions to
ticket because they do not know the The reorganizationalmeeting preferred to ban nighttime smoke problems occuron fill
vacancies.
judicial Tfci-
No another oflegislative
7 is in a series had several calls
was held at the Agri- I have burning altogether. This when the relative
candidates They will still retain the power of nights Chief Justice of The Supreme
curb the of other
moves to power will have another
about when I would the health and
out of office cultural Building in Starke prevent humidity is below 60 percent,
putting an unpopular or state agencies It would permit the applicator Court of Florida now has t the|
'j 1 incompetent judge legislature to disallow an administrative last Tuesday night and others private pesticide Thisis safety hazards that occur no rainfall is forecast, since authority to assign judges
training program. when
interested in the association an atmospheric"inversion" smoke rise with
rule or regulation when it finds such rule does for farmers can only from one area of the state to
Based on the arguml'nts11'0. \ and con, we" not legislative authorization.. It would became members the training restricted traps smoke in a difficulty the horizontal wind another to achieve maximum
recommend a \ .ISote for :Number 2 carry who need to use blanket across woods, fields, must average around 17
also allow the vote to the Governorand the efficiency of judicial
majority Elected to serve pesticides in the production of highways, and buildings
h. to smoke to
Cabinet to suspend legislative rejection association during the next and livestock The m p permit manpower. These act lobs

:MMHKR:: TIIKfrh: : of a rule or regulation until the next regular year are Lloyd Douglass, crops training! is not necessary for But not every night brings a disperse. have" helped make Flondaja.
Iwn the index
\\
legislative session. Failure of the Legislatureto president; James Balkcom, homeowners or folks who stagnant inversion layer stagnation national leader for judicialreform I
Amendment No ::1 is largely remedial i is 1I.li( nighttime burning is
to disapprov the suspension u the next vice-president; Homer Hart, have a vegetable garden and Some night smoke will clear allowed But, these reforms
having to do with disciplining the other
judiciary regular session automatically reinstates: the secretary'; and Billy Mclson: ornamentals away well enough to permit provided are not enough. i
by providing for fuller public disclosure about conditions are acceptable. An
rule. treasurer The officers were nightime burning For Our judges are still
alleged judicial misconduct It authorizes the index of 9.1:} forbids nighttime
asked to meet and serve as a It looks like the best time for example' the host night compelled to be politicians
Judicial Qualifications Commission to Gov Askew sees this amendment as "the constitution and by'-laws com- the next classes will be the burning weather/ is just| alter a burning \nd in between are They must campaign fpr

t investigate and recommend to the SupremeCourt most insidious attack on our basic government mittee and have a report for week of December b, I plan to cold, InUIt passes marginal conditions, when office and finance their!
the removal from office or to nighttime burning be
'may
it has been in existence. He anda campaigns. They ate
since adoption at the next meetingon hold a separate day class
reprimand or judge whose The Division of Forestry allowed if is from
justice
it
any
I thinks it upsets the separation of powers of. November 18 night session. 'Call your away sometimes compelled to seek
conduct demonstrates an unfitness to hold the three branches of government but the office simply needed a system for highways and occupied contributions who
Agent's in
ffice> Proceedings of the Commission, up to County predicting smoke dispersal, buildings To find out the acted
Legislatureiirgues it is 'elected by the people The group also voted to Starke at 'IM b":>4 if you would are frequently py
the point of filing a formal charge. are to be of and the tool developed by our stagnation: index on any given their
and w ill protect citizens from abuse execu- sponsor a market hog show like to be in either class decisions They afe.
confidential II also disqualifies the weather specialists is the call the Forest
Starke
SupremeCourt ( day
live power or abuse by bureaucrats and sale for 4.II and FFA restricted in the discussion. f
I in hearing charges against us own "stagnation index Tower at 9&1.5"Ui.1I1j : .
and theSr!
members issues as a result [
of Bradford and The ill consist of
; members and gives this duty to a panel In the belief that No 7 would give the program attract tie
Union rarely
counties. With campaigns
approvalof hours of instruction
in
composed of the seven most senior circuit eight The stagnation: index is on a
judgesA Legislature. too much power over other the Bradford County Fair pest identification, pesticidesin scale from 0 to 15, the lower attention of voters. branches of government, a NO vote is Association the show and sale the environment, safetyin the index, the better smoke The voters, on the otht-r

YES: vote is recommended on this one recommendedNl will be held at the Fair on handling pesticides, application will disperse. It is based on :# hand many times exhibit
!March 30-Apnl i, 1977 Rules equipment and calibration four weather measurements complete apathy for judicial 1
: :VlltKK H.lirPrevents : (,
Nt'MBfR: : M tR and regulations w ill be similarto and laws and regulation horizontal windspeed near 'Jillitif7 elections They do not kntjw
governmental retirement or those of the last two years concerning the use of ground level relative /A the candidates and often vote

Amendmentould:.; authorize tax pension systems from providing any increase Information about the show restricted pesticides humidity, upward air Rain or Sine for the first name ontie'

exemptions and less than "Just valuation in benrlits unless they are fully funded by the and sale can be gathered from mov ement to a height of about ballot 4

assessments to special taxing districts governmental unit concerned In the past the the swine producers association :Most of the farmers who two miles, and precipitation. There is a better way $-

created for the purpose of community legislature. has been pressured to authorize officers or Extension: have had this training were merit retention Retention of
redevelopment or urban renewal of slums or benefits not adequately' covered with funds to Agents and \o-Ag teachers in complimentary about the Smoke naturally rises in the judges under this system ;4s;

blighted areas! Such districts must be tuck thorn up. Bradford or Union counties. program and said the time air; however, great quantities 6 1 totally non.partisan and noh-
specified by general law and well I might add of smoke are dispersed betterif political. It applies only 'Jo
approved by a was spent.
No complex issue here, and a YES vote is It is understanding that
two-thirds! vote of each house of the State my that examination scores the air itself is moving appellate judges. Kvery: six
Legislature The amendment would also recommended membership in the Swine before and after training indicated upward and sideways so years the voters will have the

permit the issuance!! of tax revenue bonds to :Nl'Mitt:R :NINE: Producers Association is opento that participants did these measures are includedin opportunity to decide whether
finance or refinance such projects anyone in the area that is learn a lot about the safe use the stagnation index! Get in line.. : to retain the judges of our
Authorizes a Capitol and :Mansion Commission interested in swine productionor state's highest courts on the
w ith authority to establish and maintaina interested in the activities of pesticides Also, rainfall washes smoke NOV. 3. basis of their record in

Under this amendment the elected plan for furnishing, decorating, and alteration \ Every appellate judge
governing body of the could Offid1
community grant of the capitol bulling complex and the VOTETHORNTON considered. Voters s [
total
or partial tax to theimprovements
exemption governors mansion Apparently the Legislature ACRID BRADFORD vote "Yes" or "no"
placed on lands within a can accomplish the same thing by < N E COV question of whether the judje;

designated redevelopment area for a periodnot statute w ithout needing! to clutter up the State 0 should remain In office Thefe

to exceed 25 years Tax assessments and Constitution with matters of this kind. A are no slogans, speeches,..-pr
levies on the land would not he affected If a tt4igrap1Oy
project resulted in higher tax collections .V :NO vote is recommended. N n+laouswl ) ( :. AVSKiNEIJTO.MMNY:. : campaign treasuries. Trieris;
the and his
only judge
record
within a designated redevelopment area, the : :. .
I in office.
UN: \l. MORE *
portion exceeding the revenue produced from
tare BOB G, FERGUSON JOHN M MILLER I urge all voters to join wfth
the tax roll existing prior to adoption of a gtJpN Army Specialist Four Alan
redevelopment plan could be used by a *r: I I. J. 3. 4, 5, 8.Against: 7,9.! Publishers \v. Thornton was recently assigned the majority of The Florida\

community agency to finance or refinance No Kt'iommeiidalion No. BPARTICIPATE Published each Thursday and entered as second Class Matter at the Post Office at Stark,, cla, under to the 48th Maintenance Bar and support the passageof
November
restoration of property for residential! Act of March 3, 1879 Company in Amendment 2 on
( recreational, commercial or industrial uses Subscription rate in trade area: $7 per year: 54 six months, Germany 2nd for the merit retention. >f
IN AMERICA Outside trade area (8 per year: $4 50 six months appellate judges la

The proposal carries eminent domain VOTE ON NOVEMBER 2 Phone 964 6305 Starke, Fla. Thornton is the son of John BENJAMIN H. HILL, fti
authority for the governing unit to acquire E Thornton of Raiford P.O. Box:3324:
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$ 5.311 illion In Federal Grants rW ; : Gwen Zack Crowned'





Sought By City, County HospItal f, ._ 1 Homecoming Queen.

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$5,385,228 Pro-applications in Federal for Council Florida Regional Planning County Hospital Board of coordinate the review of Gwen Zack of Lawtey team. Other float winners were the
grant in Gainesville. became the 1976 Bradford
Trustees applied for $779,000for applications in Florida Her hobbies include class float and the
monies have been filed The junior
by
largest dollar volumewas High School
three local agcnices and in enlarging and upgrading followed by inspection of the Homecoming bowling, volleyball and (Future Homemakers of
were seven city projects Queen Thursday night during
for review several departments of that applications in Atlanta. studying photography. She America float.
lip Wednesdaynight totaling $2,717,463. Three Tornado Whirl ceremonies."I .
After enjoys tap dancing and
facility. a grant application Is floats judged in
by the 'learning The were
/( House county applications added didn't believe had
; up gotit the .
The grant monies are being received, the federal playing piano.In the of theme for
(Committee of North Central to agency( areas
$1.8118.765, and the Bradford Gwen said after gettingover
made available under the new has in which other homecoming
.... 60 days to review originality, consistency with
..,.. the excitement of the
I t nIl'! 1CiID'.u' $3.7 billion Public Works the requests and give final activities float winners in the the overall theme and spirit.
-'- evening. Gwen 17, is the
,
Act to parade were the senior class
Employment
areas approval or rejection. If the) Visual appeal was judged on
TEHLTILE&CRRPET with unemployment rates of federal agency fails to .......... RHomecoming' granddaughter of Mr. and float, which carried the queen color, effective use of
Mrs. L.S. Tanner of
8.48 for the r Lawtey. and her court. The court
percent July- respond within the 60-day ,.':,; materials beauty
Gwen said her
August-September quarter, deadline, the requesting r It ". grandparents"were members are Gina Brown, eleborateness, stability and
which would qualify it for the agency automatically obtains real happy and proud of daughter of Mr. and Mrs. mechanical'device if any.

highest bracket of available grant approval, according to L' funds. Charles Harwood of the eyes Linda Jones, daughter of Mr. "From Now
was
E. Call St. In Old the Queen Gwen and brown hair,Gwen plans to and Mrs R.B Jones
Stumps Bldg. Of $3.7 billion, 70 NFRPC staff.Agencies Through the Year :2003-! :
Zack waves to crowd study to become a nurse after
Starke percent, or $95,678,100 will go gelling final during Theressa ; Cassandra Our Tornadoes Will Claim .
9647423Remnants to areas where unemploymentis approval of a grant must be Friday afternoon parade. graduation from high school.A Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Victory."
above the national averageof able to proceed with the work member of the Civinette Mrs. Louis Johnson, Lawtey; Over 2000 people with
7.7; and 30 per cent, or within 90 days after Club, Gwen belongs to and Lisa Mitchell, daughter of standing room only enjoyed
$41,490.000, is alloted to areas notification Highland Baptist Church and Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Tornado Whirl Thursda
with unemployment above 6.5 plays on the church's Softball Register, Jr., Starke. night. First place skit winner

percent. was the senior class skit "A
City projects included onWednesday's Gov. Askew Rep. Williams Differ On Documentary, 2003." Karen
agenda were: Powell and Dwight Hewitt
30 To new city hall, $407,015; new portrayed teachers Melba and
60 % fire station, $174,108; Few Grover Howard as they would
maintenance facility for Of Nine Proposed Amendments travel about the school as'
street department, $221,200; students.
Edwards Road recreation before separate disclosure by public officials Central Florida Coalition of the state's population the previous Others in the skit were
Off complex, $231,000() ) ; streets and audiences last week, and candidates for public Senior Citizens here October year, and part-time Darla Christopher.ul'kool1/ !
sidewalks, $609,490; sewer Governor Reubin Askew and office, has his full approval 19, said he is opposed to the employees to ten percent of Prevatt Fayon Hawkins"
line extensions, $1,014,850; State Representative Frank Askew told the Florida Press amendment. "You" can't legis- the number of full-time Pam Chapman. Linda Sellers
and water lines, $59,800. Williams of District 25 had a Association Fall Convention in late honesty, he told the employees. Both are opposedto and HhondaIa'o.: .
County projects reviewedwere few differences of opinion on Clearwater October 23. group, adding that he believes the amendment. The Ireshman skit
Congoleum No Wax Vinyl : new jail and sheriff's which of the nine proposed The governor's office present laws adequately cover Askew told the FPA that the "Football 200:1( >:|," won second!
office complex, $1,237,015; amendments to the Florida drafted the amendment, the matter. state ranks 41st in the numberof place. Betsy Yawn developed
road paving and The two also differed on the state employees, and that skit and
Constitution should get voters'approval called the "Sunshine Amend- the played a 1'111'1Others
improvements, $467,750; new second amendment, which the amendment's passage Beth I'alniv
FLOORINGFrom November 2 and ment, and worked to get the were .
mental health clinic, 184000. which should not.Amendment necessary signatures for inclusion provides for the selection and would result in the loss of Cynthia Green" and DeSuc
Grants under the PWEA, on the ballot. retention of justices of the approximately 12,000 full-time Judges for the skits were
designed to reduce nationwide No. I, which Williams, however, Supreme Court and appellate and 10,000 part-time jobs. Carl Clark, din-dor special" \
$ 4 9 unemployment by providing would require full financial speaking! before the North judges. Askew said he is in No. 8, which provides that projects and'Ol'at 100:11 I
Z jobs on public works, are 100 favor of the amendment, and Increases in the benefits technical programs!: Charles
PerYd. percent grants, with no Williams is opposed! to it. payable under any govern- Francis, former principal
matching funds required from 3 Petitions They also differ on No.7, ment supported retirement and !Myrna Lou Kuhn
the local applicants. Florida's Denied which authorizes the legisla- system after January 1, 1977 assistant principal ol the
allotment is estimated at ture to nullify any rule or be fully funded by the government Middle School
136683000. regulation promulgated by the unit. Both are in favor of
After review in Gainesville, Boardassured Executive Branch. Askew has the amendment.No. .
the pre-applications are sentto By Zoning called the amendment "the 9, permitting the MEETINGSNext
John B. Jones in the most insidious attack on our legislature to establish a
"sl? Tallahassee office, who will The Bradford County by the realtor who basic government since" it has Capitol and Mansion Com Week; .
been in existence Williamsis
Zoning Board turned down sold him the land that it mission. Both are against the
was Public meetings to be hold
in favor of the amendment.
I amendment, with Askew, contending
three zoned mobile
petitions for to permit next week are as follows:
Amendment No.4,
, I reclassification in a brief, 45- homes, but his request was that it would "add just The Bradford Counly
We Proud minute session Tuesday denied motion of authorizing tax exemptionsand one more bureaucracy to state .
Are To AnnounceThe night. upon assessments at less than Commission meets Monday.Nov.
government, asking why this
The request of Mark Olin, member William Wilson. just value for of 1, at 9:30: a.m.
purposes amendment is needed.No.
owner of Olin Mobile homes, community redevelopment or The Lawtey Council meets
5, authorizing the issuance -
for change in zoning from R1A He said petition denied was renewal of slums or blighted of bonds to !Monday at 7:30: p.m.
of (residential) to BA and BR that of E.D. Allen,who revenue
Opening Our New sought areas, gets a yes vote from finance or refinance housingand The Hampton Council meets
(Business) on property at the reclassification of 32 acres, Williams, while Askew has related facilities in !Monday at 8 p.m.
intersection Highway 100) two miles south of Hampton withheld approval of the
Florida. Both favor the
and 100A was denied followinga on the west side of Road 325 The StarkCouncil meets
amendment
too amendment.
protest made by attorney from EA (exclusive questions saying remain many Tuesday al 7 p.m
Richard Welly representing agriculture) to OR. The unanswered '
Office the Citizens Council for change would permit housesor Askew and Williams are in
Payment Development of Starke and mobile homes on one-acre agreement on the remaining Foundation i. Paving Co.
Bradford County. lots, rather than on the two five amendments, which are:
Olin said he operated a and a half acre lots requiredby No. 3, which provides that ASPHALTFill r PAVING
mobile home sales office on EA. proceedings before the Judi-
the properly and felt the area The change was protestedby cial Qualifications Com Dirt Grading
384 N. Temple St. (Highway 301)) needed a convenience store W.A. Prevatt who said he mission shall be confidentialuntil
and also an electric and had a large poultry operationIn the filing of formal Lands caping
plumbing shop.In the area and that bringing charges and that improper
presenting a petition with in more mobile home motives shall not be requiredfor
Starke, Fla. 32091 18 signatures, Welty said that residents would mean more removal of a justice. Both Free EsPhoneS stimates;
Olin was already in a non- complaints and possible suits are for the amendment.No. .
conforming use, having been against him, although he was 6, which would limit the 964-7813
"grandfathered-in" with a doing the best he could to number of full-time state
Beginning business in a residential area, control flies and odor. employees to one percent of
and that his clients objected to
any furthercommercialization
of the .,.
9 A.M. Thursday Oct. 28th 1976 area. He said they feared w
increased traflic problems at 401E
the highway intersection. and

Come See Us Soon also home eventaully that park.become the area a mobile might fOR DOCTOR r

Zoning Board member
Watch For Furthur Jerome Johns' motion that
Important the reclassification be granted
died for lack of a second.
Also denied was the requestof JOHN GRADY ,
Announcments About This Office Thomas Perryman for tl
rezoning of 12 acres, one mile
south of Highway 100 at the
intersection of SpeedvilleRoad
ForTht U.S.
and SR-21B from RIA to
(c V: Continental Telephone SystemAn OR (open rural)) which would
permit the placement of a "
Equal Opportunity Employer mobile home.Ferryman SENATEONE
said he had been


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--- Hampton HilitesJeremiah ---- <' ..'. .' .' ... .' '. .' "..... .. '> "':,
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By Dt'loresIt'ng: Shawn who live at Mark WEDNESDAY Bologna i1riGG''A"L': : : : OT'li'C.iE.:; '.; ;. : .::0 S ,.

Phone 46M-I915 Camp Cooper State Park In School News Kindergarten Cup Macaroni, Turnip 1"" . ....., .. .. '.., ..:,.... \..: .. ..... '". ..'. } :
Inverness. Fifth graders in Mrs. Ithoden; 1st grade Karen Greens Orange Juice, ... ...nu ..._' .. .i.
Waldron 2nd grade -
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Vote Ernestine Denmark's class
By casting vote the basics of Michelle Esty: 3rd grade Brownie Pudding, Corn VY'- i

Tuesday. Nov. 2, your you may be ,' CongratulationsBest wishes of the.Parliamentary are learning Procedure. Michelle Monday; 4th grade Bread, Milk.THURSDAY. Chicken PotPie NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR [fJ

responsible for electing the J community go to Mr. and They are running campaignsfor -Brad Robbie Russell Spit/e;and 5th grade the 6th- Sweet Peas Cabbage, PUBLIC HEARING BRADFORD COUNTY :

best person for the various Mrs. Randall Crawford who class officers this week. ; Carrot Salad, Peach Half, Hot Notice is hereby given that the FLORIDACIVIL
winner declared
grade was a
offices being sought in this Election for these to beheld ACTION
were married on October 1 at are Roll, Milk.FRIDAY. City Commission of Starke,
important election. Hampton Kings Way Bible Chapel in on Oct. 28.Hampton. tie betwen Teresa Bauldree Chill w-Beans iicting as the local planning CASE NO. 76348IN
City Hall will be open from 7a.m. Park and Patty Sherwin. All meeting RE: The Marriage of CLASSIFIED AD RATES
Orange winners were given 10 Tossed Salad, Pear Half, ,igency to hold a public
until 7 to Lake STEPHEN LANE RALLIS
p.m. Mrs. Crawford the former Cinnamon Roll Milk. concerning the development of
accomodate all registered Julie Saxon, daughter of Mr. Mrs. Omar Lefebvre and carnival tickets valued at 15 the land use plan for Starke on Husband and CHARLA ELAINE Deadline for Insertion

voters in this community and :Mrs. Edward Saxon, was Mr. and Mrs. Henry Spell cents each. November 4, 1976 at 7:00: p.m., RALLIS, Wife. Tuesday Noon preceding
honored at a lovely bridal enjoyed the visit from Oct. 17 Aluminum Cans .in the City Hall, Starke Florida NOTICE OF SUIT Thursday before
Cystic Fibrosis! shower Oct. 18 at Hampton to Oct. 21 of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eac:. class will be Merrill Edwards To: CHARLA ELAINE RALLISCo publication.
Alice Faye Waters and City Hall. Mrs. James Davis Lefebvre who flew in from sponsoring a certain booth or Net $1,144 City Clerk CHARLES LEDEN
Susie Lett are completingtheir and Mrs. Charles Hicks were Colorado. Paul works as an activity the night of the CIty of Starke BOX 389 Minimum Charge 12.00
collection of funds for hostesses with prizes being airplane pilot but left the carnival. Games and For CollectorsArea for the City Commission GREENPORT, NEW YORK (Covers 15 Words)
this children's disease won by the bride's mother, flying to Eastern for this trip. activities for all age levels are 11944 Each word over 15

If you wish to contribute but Jeannie Lloyd and Mrs. Joe The school children and being planned. Hamburgers residents received 1 tchg 1028IN 10 cents
have not yet been contacted Oliver. their parents appreciate the hot dogs candied apples cold $1,144 from Reynolds YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat
they will be glad to accept efforts of Mrs. Lucy !Hodges, drinks and coffee will be Aluminum Recycling an action for Dissolution of All Classified Ads must be

your donation. Hampton Christian Academy school secretary, and Connie available. Company last month for 7,361 THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR Marriage has been filed againstyou paid for In advance unless
Hampton Christian Clark, school principal for Home made pies and cakes pounds of clean, household BRADFORD COUNTY and you are required to you have an established 1
Convalescents Academy won its their efforts in busing them to will be awarded or sold. duringthe aluminum for recycling FLORIDA serve a copy of your written account with the
". Orville Brookins underwent Homecoming football game the Homecoming parade in evening. proving collecting all. PROBATE DIVISIONFile defenses if any to it on Telegraph In that event 50

surgery in AUchua General 26.6 in competition Oct. 22 Starke. on Oct. 22. It really The country store will aluminum beverage cans is a Number -- RICHARD E. WELTY, Attorneyfor cents extra charge for
Hospital on Oct. 25 His family with Williston's Cross and took a lot of extra work to feature such things arecannld profitable pastime. DivisionIN Petitioner, whose address is billing. Not responsible for

will appreciate your concern.Fred Sword team. Jim Bumpussuffl'rt.d make this trip possible and goods fresh fruits andvegl'tables During November the RE: ESTATE OF ALBERT 114 N. Walnut Street, P.O. Box errors when given over the
Peeples is happy to \be a broken shoulder in was enjoyed by the children. nuts, plants hand public will receive 15 cents a SANDERS Deceased 995, Starke Florida 32091, and phone or when copy Is not
home after major surgery the game. After a visit to the Among those celebrating crocheted knitted and sewn pound for aluminum every file the original with the Clerk of typed and brought to the

recently in Alachua General doctor for treatment and a October birthdays are Donnie articles will be accepted for Tuesday from 9:30-11: a.m. at NOTICE OF ANCILLARY the above-styled Court on or office.
Hospital. He will be sling however, he managed to Brown on the 20th Robin sale as well as plants and the Bradford Square Shopping ADMINISTRATIONTO before November 29, 1976,
recuperating at home for attend a celebration party at Yeager on the 21st, Kevin knickknacks.Some Center in front of the TG&Y otherwise a Judgment may be MOTORCYCLES

some weeks before returningto the Paul Meng residence. Meng on Oct. 23 and Henry local celebrities will Store on US-301 south. ALL PERSONS HAVING entered against you for the relief __
work. the 24th.Halloween in the dunkin' demanded in the Petition. --
Carolyn Storey of Lake Spell on participate CLAIMS OR DEMANDS "MOTORCYCLES i
Bertha Mcintosh in Butler was crowned booth! Everyone is also "The holiday season is AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE WITNESS my hand and the SUZUKI OF STARKE: Your
undergoing tests in Alnchtia Homecoming Queen duringthe Carnival looking forward to the' good rapidly approaching and with AND ALL OTHER PERSONS seal of said Court on the 25 day authorized Suzuki Dmkr. PTKXM

General. evening. music of Hank Lott's band. all the upcoming shopping and INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE: of October, 1976. 964<)<)',//1). 304 Fit' Cal !SUM*.
The academy has its Plans are being completed You are welcome to come in entertaining extra money received &Ichg.

Personals! Carnival scheduled for Oct. for the Hampton PTA any type of costume! from collecting YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat GILBERT BROWNAS
Mrs. T.K." Brown 30. This will\ begin with a Halloween Carnival scheduled aluminum for recycling will the administration of the CLERK OF SAID COURTBy
accompanied! and :Mrs spaghetti supper at 4:30: at for Saturday. Oct. 30, Lunch Menu be very useful" says Dave estate of ALBERT SANDERS FOR SALE 1972 Honda
Kaliegh Brannen on a three $1.50) for adults and 75 cents beginning at 5 p.m. and going :-'Ov.I-5 Vardell Reynolds' district deceased. File Number Is : Beulah M. Moody 350ce. GOOD SHAPE. (375.

day auto trip last week They for children. Games and until about 9 p.m. manager for aluminum pending in the Circuit Court for Deputy Clerk can 964741. tfcbg

visited :Mrs. Brannen's sisterin prizes are planned after the Posters displayed around MONDAY Hamburger on recycling.\ BRADFORD county Florida
Dunedin and t'ousms.Irs: this French Lettuce 10/284 11/18
supperOn town advertising Bun, Fries Probate Division the address of tchg
F.L. Campbell in Seminole Oct 29\ the Academy Carnival were made by the Tomato. Pickle. Raisin Bars "And while you're earning which is Bradford County WANTEDPECANS

They also stopped bto visit football team will play the school children. Winners of Milk. extra cash for the holidays Courthouse. The personal
Raleigh's brother. Dennis in llolhster team Admission for the Poster Contest which was TUESDAY -- Sausage Rice you'll also be helping your representative of the estate is NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Wt will .tart

: Lakeland. Enroute home thee this, game is $1 for adults and jusged by a group of PTA wTomatoGravy. Apple community to combat litter," Mack S. Futch, whose address REGISTER buying pecan MONDAY
FICTITIOUS NAME
enjoyed st'emg11': and :Mrs in cents for school age people members on Oct. 19 were Criso. Hot Biscuit. Milk added Vardell. is P.O. Drawer 1030 Starke !NOVEMBER 1 at the StarkeFarmer
Pursuant to Section 865.09
Randy Brown and little Market. J.R.
Florida 32091
The name and
Florida Statutes notice is
Wainwright and Son.. Itchg
address of the personal hereby given that the 10/2S.!/! _
representative's attorney are set undersigned Dianne James and -- -- -- -

it's 9 fact... r .1 forth below.All CE. James, Rt. 2, Box 225 WANTED: Farm A
oil cwAirrra IIANAAM nCAAaI
(r Keystone Heights Florida doing construction roaeh-equip-ve-
ill SOTS AT IAGU
64 THAN ANTWHUIILSI G APP+ persons having claims or business under the firm name of hlclei. Let u* sell your
i1 M fionp demands against the estate are "MICRO-TEC SYSTEMS," surplus lor you. Open
l wfcjr? price( r I r G ,I, of J required WITHIN THREE Keystone Heights Florida Monday thru Saturday, 8:30
to 6. Northeast FloridaEquipment
MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF
intend said fictitious
to register
Auction. VS 17,
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF name with the provisions of North Green Cove Spring- ,
THIS NOTICE to file with/\ the aforesaid
statute. 28-1- 977. tfchgWANTED
. clerk of the above court a Dianne James and C.E.
DOLLAR DAYS SALE written statement of any claimor James owners : Used refrlger-

demand they may have. Each Dated this 7th day of October .&oro..h.u..nd atove In
claim must be in writing and A.D. at Starke Florida.1074tchg10 good condition Call Danmer .
must indicate the basis for the 28 Discount, 964-7923. tin
stretches dollar claim the name and address of -----
Faye your Thursday. Friday. Saturday! the creditor or his agent or tOO 4tchg 10/28 MISCELLANEOUSATTENTION-------

-j <-&:iim attorney and the amount

I rib claimed. If the claim is not yet NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO ADULTS: An
+ due the date when it will/\ REGISTER I'PHOLSTKRY: CLASS will

become due shall be slated. If FICTITIOUS NAME be offered at the Bradford-
j the claim is contingent or Pursuant to Section 865.09 Union: Area 1'o-Teeh, Center

tNOlO11s E i unliquidated the nature of the Florida Statutes notice is on Wednesday and
uncertainty shall be stated. If the hereby given that the Thursday 9 a.m. to 12 noon
.,t claim is secured, the security undersigned James F. Cowart, Enrollment: will be limited.
For Info phone V646I5U.A .
shall be described. The claimant
At. 2, Box 93-B-5 Starke
10/21..2tchg! ..10/28. __
'. 1t shall deliver sufficient copies of Florida 32091 and George W.
J',y ua' 'I yrc.rflra'A 's.isn t"? ''ra311-a ud7, l +(H the claim to the clerk to enable Lewis Rt. 2, Box 93.A.2. \ON CALLING: :To buy or *eHAvon.

wI the clerk to mail one copy to Starke Florida 32091, doing CaU 75S-ZHOT or write
each tome P.O.Box 22U/ Lake.
personal representative.All business under the firm name Clyatt.
14% SAYE 21% SAYE 15% -- VALUE PLUS!
"BRADFORD HEATING & AIR Cky, Florida tfehg.
I in ------ -- -- -
interested -
persons the CONDITIONING SALES &
311DISCOUNT $1 YOUR $N FOR SALE. 22'., 2V
2 $1 GUNS
R CHOICE SAYE 1,01 1Al1Ei! estate to whom a copy of this SERVICE" 105 East Madison & 38'a sold at Dahmer'a
PRICE WAS J/LtT DISCOUNT PRICE WAS 1.21 DISCOUNT PRICE WAS V..11 SUPER lOW DISCOUNT PRICE v p Notice of Administration has Street Starke Florida 32091, Dincount. tlchg
been mailed are required, intends to register said fictitious
ANIMAL CRACKERS OATMEAL TDM ON Wig EVEIIUD'OZ.! .MIION. CARIIDE CASTREATMEIT PLASTIC DISHPARS. UUNDRTiAMET WITHIN THREE MONTHS -------- ---- -
I. OMCOUTE CRIP cooiiis!! 4-PI. FUSHUBIT UTTERIESINNAHBTCIICEUSIZES CLEMS name under the provisions of SOFA & CHAIR SKTSon
FUEL lEfETalLE IIR, DISCOUNT PUCE WAS hU SUPER LOW DISCOUNT PSIC! FROM THE DATE OF THE
PUSH '. TASTT i oz. 101 SYSTEM, IMPROVES MILEASE 41V." TIP, WASTEIASKETS aforesaid statute. sale at Dehraer' l>i.count.tlchg .
FAMOUS LEISURE
JACKETS MEN'S INES$ fUCES FAIM FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS and
------- James F. Cowart GeorgeF.
IT a DYNAMITE LOW PRICE THE # 1 MAAFA IN Iii YT11N NOTICE to file any objectionsthey Lewis joint owners.
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Till ttpArmkIIISaEroteNth t eBea skttlss EI NatN may have that challengesthe Dated this 21st day of NAME BRANDWATCHESfrom
t tl 1 tUKiri forks J. M. LIL .
styles. try we fal Sim 1071.hA
I- validity of the decedent'swill October, A.D.. 1976 at Starke, 111.95 up
!, the qualifications of the Florida. at Uahmcr'a Viscount tfchg
K SE 12% YALUE ILUS! % personal representative, or the
1021 4tpd 11 /11 ---------- ---
. : 1 SAVE 35" w r sin 24% venue or jurisdiction of the _

"I E Zq$1 $1 20$1 Cy .. EN'S IO4RMLlll court SARAH COVENTRY
SLEETO IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR JEW'FLRY: : Sale I
DISCOUNT PRICE WAS J/J.14 SUPER IOW DISCOUNT PRICE DISCOUNT PRICE WAS I/...U BRADFORD COUNTY opportunity. Call Krma:
) P HESS Slim ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS.
118 Ml. got SALTIHECRACIERS John. Mil-5IH3/ or AnnrttaBeailie
OISPOSAUTE Mill FUSRUBIT NEAT RIRIEI VINYL HITS j AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO FLORIDA
IT WONT FOR POCKET, PURSE ,, FOR MR OR ROME, ITiU" i r $3 76328IN 372-4111. llchg
FILED WILL BE FOREVER TSSSjaO. .
10/21!
VALUE PLUS! e, N BARRED. ; RE:JThe Marriage of HENRY

SAYE 20% w f' SAYE 21% TOOR $*1 SIYE 21"' ; 4 WIRE 3.N >lliT i f JR., Husband and BE A PHOTOGRAPHER'S:

VIVA NAPKINS ,. I SHIRLEY E. SMITH Wife :MODEL Earn
FAEEFOAM UN. CHOICE ILUE ENAMEL IFRYPAR Date of the first publicationof high
r
WHl le OFF
OIMNL s T TAAV$ Ill SNIP. SUPER low DISCOUNT PRICE 1 ORUIITMAN bO this Notice of Administration: NOTICE OF SUIT alary' no experiencenecessary.
,S" 'y /'* 2T.. SAUCEPAN I October 28. 1976 TO: SHIRLEY E SMITH No age limit. !Seeprofessional >
iUIEFCUAYIC SPECIAL! C-CUHP
,
$ f photographerand
361 Greentree Drive
,
l CUTER, I" LEVEL, NACISAW $ .
Z talent .0..t.I !STARKE> :
e R R SQUARE OR ULVANIZEI WIRE SAYE 13'L Mack S. Futch East Stroudsberg. Pa 18301 111)1.11)11 INN October

u a 1'm i WEAL 211,3$ WAS iJll 47 I VALUE PLUS! As Personal Representative of YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED 29-30')!, .!I-N.p.m. Jjp_ 10/2H. !
J EN'S SOU the Estate of ALBERT that an action for Dissolution of -
g I t SANDERS Marriage has been filed againstyou
COLON CREW BUSINESS!> :
r DISCOUNT race was &H NECK POLY ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL and you are required to OPPORTUNITY Have a

HEN'S SILT JACKET IN f REPRESENTATIVEPIERCE serve a copy of your written profitable jean shop of your
SAYE 333% I SAYE 14-32" WATER REPELLENT POPLIN $ ft HARDY P.A. defenses if any to it on own,featuring jean, denim

RIOT! SEER 1I00inli eolto -poJy/n)H tlutn III r Mack S. Futch RICHARD E WELTY Attorney and sportswear. 113.5110
SUSSES
WD..IRY. WOOD CNIHA CUPS OR, TENT> Zip IIMI. 2 pctits. 1M.LU. DISCOUNT PRICE P.O. Drawer 1030 Starke for Petitioner whose address is; Include inventory, fixtures

/ "" S YRTNOUSEA / CERAMIC HUBS Florida 32091Telephone 114 N. Walnut Street P O. Box and training lour tore i
,.joIo.,1i( [i : 904 964 5701 or 964. 995. Starke. Florida 32091. and could open in IS day.'all,
2 rpS1 3 $1 UNIRaYIU anytime Mr. \\ilkernon !
I tt 8168 tile the original with the Clerk of
R SAVt I/X :iII1- t7.22n or 817-4050.) )
/ wfRI2.1..t.7I r WERE I'L1.-.41 the above.styled Court on or lip_.!10/2
ROTS' T-SMITS 10/28 2tchg 11/4 before November 15 t976.
E
::1, Hells WTTI CONTRAST otherwise a Judgement may be EXCELLENTOPPORIl'Nin: ; : :
COLOR TRIM entered against you for the relief Large
VALUE PLUS! II-t l 105 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT demanded in the Petition. has
SAYE 15"' SlYE 15" SAYE corporation outstanding
(
( Z pAE Sit EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF WITNESS my hand and the vale opening Individual
-NOLIOIY TWINE SHE! JUHIO 11-0;. FUSTIC WEAl $33 FLORIDAIN seal of said Court on the 11th must have managerial
CARIIEJIMIOREE JUTE COTTON, EARTHENWARE IICln OF E' AND FOR BRADFORD day of October 1976.GILBERTS.. ability ambition and show
POLYPROPYLEHE COFFEE HIO 0 SPONBES l l(3- DISCOUNT PRICE WAS HI BROWNAS progress for *ge. Business or

TIIR $1 ,- 1 2F $1$1 NEWS CUSHIOHEIIECK SHOES COUNTYCIVIL ACTION CLERK OF SAID COURTBy Hale: background. helpful.
CHOICEOISCOUN/ IT FAMOIS IIIROTU I ISIS SIYE 14"' CASE No. 76-276 : Beulah M Moody Minimum starting salary
$6SO/mo. for
I W V(.! WFAE 2lF.11 DISCOUNT PRICE WAS M' To top Rxnn,, oil taw peer! IN RE: The adoption of LISA Deputy Clerk call 37H1556UainejiyUle. pernonalInterview
. ...1..1. Stiiifi CMiit uppnu 7IJ. Eng.CIfEN1N.. MARIE minor
I I4 '-<<.I'' .. CREW SICKSFOR I ISAYE MALLORY a 10 14 4tchg 114SERVICE .!llpd.! !! !!IE!'
, ri r IOYSAIACA BY: MICKEY MALLORY her

t SAYE UP TO 21% VALUE 'LUS! VAlUE 21"' Stepfather- RIBKKRM: Ul PARTY
PLUS'1I 3P$1 NOTICE OF SUIT PLAN need demonstrators
' OR SEAIRASS 3'..." STOHEWARERISNEL Til'Y ? PICK OF 4 L NO PROPERTYTO MENII full or psrt-time. No

' RASKETS' IASKETHAH8 MlinSTRIPEOISH Wf'E IlitT : JOSEPH EDWARD MANN collecting no packing, no
RIB TiT'V SIZE
PUNTER l 6IRL TOWELS EN'S CISIIONEICNEWSOCKSWERE YOU ARE HEREBY \\( U'K IN: :NORTH SI.1 -:.\ delivery. Top commiMnlon

! td, $1 ; I mn..fJ' VtlI2I1." NOTIFIED that an action for :N.iv.v (Gunners :Male Second Phone 37*.9.177 or write
$1 : $1 1120 NM 2llh Ave..
A has
: Adoption been filed against Class I Henry( IJlanen'k.: I( ,
iinevlUe32m_ '!Q)| lip_\ /2HREDI
WFRI 'c 1. "''SCOUNT P"CE _r. WERE Eli you Joseph Edward Mann and whose! wife. Barbara, is the ':
a sm u% you are required to serve a copy (laughter til, Mrs. (iwcmlohnZacluT : ('.: SAKE: and taut

i 4.T4 HIU STYLEJEANS of your written defenses if any '\ of Jacksontlle! I l with Gob.... Tablet and E.lap :-
VALVE 'LUS! VALUE PLUS'' SAYE 21% T T MINTYIAYLrRceWOAIwas ii FOR to it, on the plaintiffs attorney, Heach piirliciputcil in "water pllla" from
WITH COMFtRTULf IOW RISE HISSES I3'hd'N'E1AL JM whose name and address is exorcise "liomU-d Item" in \ndrew Pharmacy. :356
"' ,-IP BOLI STAMPEOlEATHER1001 ./ VINYL PAINT : Wiped,. iggcrt mit SAenta/a/ George H. Pierce Pierce & the North Seu.He vs ..Madison! St. !Stark> .

PIOIE INOEI 5-YUR HART sI SIYE 21% SHOWERCORTAII }11j S-:, Y rg CoMyur nit Sanr h1/ I}. Hardy P.O. Drawer 1030 is seeing! uhiuml I he 10/21 3tpd II/I,
C WEAE 1rNi Starke Florida 32091, and file destroyer lSSnnil'4: / lnnrim.homeported .
$1 $1 $1 $1 the original with/\ the clerk of the nt :Muvporl.Florida. NFH: :
i above styled court on or before <;.R\l'rrRt IT DIET: PILL.
DISCOUNT .IICE DI5000NT 1.17 t4I November 5 1976 otherwise Eat: sat Isis log meaU and lone
PncI WALNUT F1RISN 1001 RAH WAS ; a "Bonded Item" was conducted
..
weight, \nd.. .. Pharmacy..15tt .
i DISC MICE WAS ttl judgement may be entered jointly by the commanders .. 1 \> e.Madison! St..

"g J against you for the relief of thl'11.lntle !>Ilark!. 10/21. I Ipd 11/11'
! SAVE 2''% demanded in the complaint or Striking Fleet and Allied
SlYE 311"' SAYr 20"' SAYE0%
FOR SALE Medium
SAYE 2 petition. Haltic ) point
WA' I % Approaches Forces It
i, YiLN-PLU$ k foRMUTA, 3.11. VICES 0-OZ. AMRN S-OZ. CILIATE sm 24% WITNESS my hand and the is one of a series of operation OIBce !Shop> pen. 19 cent
Ns T-OZ. AIRFRESHEHER FOINVU STYURO seal of said, Court on September each, II.SO! per doien. "h.n
$4
I tilt TOOTHPASTE 1 0 MISSES' PHY- conducted\ each 'tall I Iron
\. C/Iii MiniN1 tiiilJ lUll SPRAT WITH FlIORIIE COTTON KNIT 28 1976. Norway to Turkey designed buying 6 dna each dozen

2s $1 $ ..:.'!.. ,. $1 DISCOUNT SI1ECTIII PRICt WASIFER I' //ITTIPS Gilbert S. Brown to provide unified und' coordinated costs 11.65.' Buy 12 dozen
jj 1 &a 2 $1 WOHEI'S CUVU CASUALS As Clerk of said Court training of noTionul and the. price per duce latl.50.

WAS aL t.n WAS IJIY WAS 1 Ut WOoS 2L1.U SM trip/Ipmta/ 3 By: Beulah M. MoodyAs and ;NATO; 'forces within the Buy our pen and
.pt YntR .
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L..I av* The Office Shop 135
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I iL 21 loo IttMi Sara ErU. HI- wen Hi Deputy Clerk Allied Europe: Command
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Call'St. Starke. Fla.
10/7 4tchg 10/28 \\lull' on another :NATO
EAGLE.THE CONVENIENT super a tool 32091) Phone 9C\.1\ -6:105.: )
Madison Pack Reg a
312 w. Kings exercise "Teamwork 76",
FAMILY DISCOUNT STORESOpr 964-7513 St./I CIGARETTES 49c f4' NEED TO MAKE SOME Hancock assisted in a life Thank you' note TIIK:
daily 9'til9. Sunday "til 6 S464carton carton LABELS? Bur BmLabrl gating mission in the Baltic OFFICE; SIKH'. Ph. '1Ntl-.17ll.'(
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PART-TIME WORK Men RENT'Ile'a' NEED HOMEIMPROVEMENTS PLANTS Floriland Realty
& Woman 18-34. Subdivision 1/2 acre. lots OR I la. 80. Phone J.F. BALE Mobile Home Parta .

Contact Re.erve age. Major JO.OO per month. Water end REPAIRS DONE? For Robertson Lawtey, 782- and ........... OWNS MOBILE 10 acres 20 percent t

Mrlton at 431-1J01 after 5 Sewage information lurniahed.call Mark fibs For, llreplacaa, remodeled 3544._1l:. dJO/28!! !._ HOME SALES. Hwy....... .100 W. down Bel. monthly .. E"t
9649008. trtuilltgar
f.m.": 4uh. lU/1411/4! :, : .._ Olln'a Mobile Home. Sal., kitchens, bath., addition., Starke, 20 A. -with- -3 hou.- -.. (f..,..w #.!, ...r.
and
enclosed
garages, or GAS RANGE Gee
Hwy Km W. .
Stark. No
OPENINGS for Tlmee- pet plea.e. Phone 8B4-6U6 carport., call Marcus Grlllla, Dearborn Heater, and Royal frontage on SR 100. 1 MMMKE wa REMTY

Union Motor Route In thl tlchg 4E.:!!.!'!:...tfn/chg'! .102jAUTOMOBILES manual typewriter. Phone For Sale Coastal Bermuda - .. ...tell. ..WITS"' .vans
3 BR
Frame
area. fell Carl llagen IRINI3422709 )- -- -- 496-3456.. _! !.10/28.! ..-. hay 1.50 bale. 468-1985 Lot. In City 1-2 A. _atMtla..._,.n l.Omo..m..
u. 4139. .
Itpd USED tfchj

10/2N-/-_ --._- -.-- FOR RENTi 12 ft. wide MATTRESS Used double - ,..
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mobile home out.ld. city bed. Phone 96441271. HchgGARAGE For Sale Liquid chicken We need Hating on
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PHONE: SOLICITORS limit.. 964-6114 or 473-4777. 1961 FORD TRUCK 1 ton 10128. ____ fertiliser 10/ton.. 6 tone te acreage and farm .land.
with 10-lt. cattle bed. A-I --;- - -
P.rl-lime. Mark at home tlchg the track. Delivered end
welling Nub.criptlona to I".. running condition, needs SALE spread for you. W.A. Owner. needa. to self 2 BR Cecelia Terwillegar
Timee-Union.' paint. $500 Phone 964-8966. .468-1981 house and C.B. llouae at
ALMneed Pr.vatt. Hampton,
3BR LR.
November 6 10 DR Lg. Family
Saturday -
boy crew la KITCIIENETTE ROOMS Itpd. !10/28_ FU.tfehj! 312 No. Thompson St. on 20) Real Facts On REAL ESTATEMost
manager to 5 p.m. Furniture,clothing, !! ISO' lot; owner will hold Room Fireplace on
"up..n I.e boy (tilingHubKcriptiona. totally lurnfaihod. Temple many odd. and end. J.L. FOR SALE DeluxeAluminum acres with barn. Grahamarea
Call Gary Motel. 880 N. Temple 1970 TOYOTA CORONA Waters, Lawtey. Hwy. 301 mortgage. term.
KegiHter at Holiday Inn. Avenue Phone 9647357. Completely rebuilt motor |IMjJ! | aboveground - - prospective homeowners .r. faced with the
railroad track. 10/28
Starke, Tue.d.y 11/2 5-H 10/2H 2tpd 11/4 and front end. Runs good. across swimming pool |12115| 20 A. with 2 houses, and I. Hampton Lake. beautiful question "Should I buy Inside the City limits or In
2tchjJl/4! 24 and 15 33 2 mile
_______ x a complet., 1year Road
frontage
p.m.. and N.dn..d.. ." 11/3 9 Must sell $750. Phone 9648966ltjid10 on SR shaded lot ready for a an unincorporated suburban area?"
-- --- old. 100
.......: to. noon.. Jlpd! 10/2N. 8_ Sacrifice 1/2 repossessed price. Call E ol- -Starke.- ho..... Everyone has to make his own decision since
HOMES FOR SALE ALUMINUM WINDOWS collect - there are advantages and disadvantages. Taxes are
904-398-5874. tfchg 31 A. near Keystone with
RIGISTF.RF.1111'RSES: : : JEEP PICKUP 4 Wheel Single hung and .... ",.. 36x 1320' lot on SR 100. SR 100. S. Large mobile less outside cities, but municipalities offer many
S- 8.50; 30 x 27 home lot. Well and
:Northea.t florid. !StateHoHpital. Drive Excellent conditlont septic
FOR SALEFURNISHED - services such as fire and police protection garbage
-
Maccleanv, ItI.: I I. 225 cu. In. engine. Beet $11.5018x52-$15.50146; tank
II. or III monthly salary MOBILE Offer. Phone 9645295. Itpd x 52 27.00; MANY TOR SALE Farm & New 2 story house, almost - pickup complete utilities, etc. Suburban areas offer
SHIM .tll)5H.) tHIIIIII. 8129Jli4l HOME 10 x 55. Front 10/28 OTIIER SIZES. BARGAIN construction mach-equlp-ve- complete with I acre land.Let Very nice mobile home more freedom and space with lower taxes, but fire

Include night chill Kitchen 2 Bedroom, Call --_ CENTER: 301 South tfnchg hide. Open Monday thru ua give you the laeta. with addition, 1.8 acres insurance rates are normally higher.It's .

dill Salary baited on trainingand 473.3237ttn_. ...____ 1971 FORD PICK-UP 10121 Saturday, 8:30 to 6. Con- - shaded lot 301 S. Owner your decision to make. We have listings inside
algnmenta welcome. Northeast 2 BR House aerone from financing. outside the Come in and allow to
experience. !State TWO 2-BEURUOM: FIOO-\8 4 apeedtranimixioni ---------- and city. today us
Vo-Tech
Florida School.
I'.rerr Service benefits HOl'SES Good radio heater 10 x 20 PATIO COVER Equipment Small - show you some of the homes we have for sale.
( : Installed $190; tlnln.Ulled Auction. US-17 North down payment. Connerly Estates SR 16. 2
'antsNursing. |191141| 2592II. condition aide by .Id. poaitractloa excellent
'; ..t HII. An equal. $6.WMt each must hunting truck In good 150. Gator Mobile Home Green Cove Springe, 284- - mi. from town beautiful
opportunity employer. take. both. 1170/mo.- buyer Income. condition. $1600 or beat. Service, 5002! N.W. 13th St.. 5977. tfchg Pearl Andrews Auoc brick home 3UR 2K, lit - -

KI/'ZH/ 2tchg_III IACOHATAM1 Phone 904.7582.. ..!!tpd10/28 oiler. Phone 7823660. at Five Star Mobile Homea. 966.7759VERMEP.ODOM Lg. family room and Best buy in town. The ultimate 2200 sq. ft. all
: 372-9767,Galneaville. tfnchg kitchen e..tr.l.ir & heat
llo/chg_IU2N1970 __ 10/21 SPLENDID Paved drive. large rooms, LR, DR, Kitchen, 4 Bedrooms, two
: : :Male or THREE BEDROOM Frame OPPORTUNITYFOR Reg. Broker96.cM'lII - tile baths. Brick, fully carpeted, CH&A. Paved

female. '1 a take over house on one acre euteldecity CHEVY PICK-UP 964-7701! ,. :New. 101.)... home in town driveway, 1 acre, only 2 years old out of city

accounting department for B", Its. "4.900. Phone Fleet.lde, long wheelbase, GALLON CHICKEN PERSONS OF 3BR 26. 1.KII& 1, limits PRICE REDUCED
company in thi. area. Must alter 6 .p.m. 964-8369. 10/28 excellent. condition. Phone WATER JAR and lid. 1974 GOOD EDUCATIONWITH large garage, quiet area .
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have degree. In accounting or 2lpdM/4 964:8366atter: 4! ..Vltpd10/28_ LTD with everything, low A corner lot
________ TEACHING.
a number of year workingexperience. mileage Co... and _
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Starting! alary LARGE 6 Room Frame 1973 DODGE CHARGER yearling.. Phone 7823189.FlM CLUB OR CHURCH 2 story frame house in Large, well constructed block building with one
$lll.r IMI plu.) Iringe benefit 2 pd 10121.10/28 C./2.i rX1$3.r.n acre, zoned commercial on Rd. lo W. Perfectly
Home Porch trees, While with white vinyl top ____ WORK BACKGROUNDTO town one of the older ones
and retirement !Submit bucket. with of located for a launderette or some other business.
outside city limit.. SR 16, maroon aeata. REPRESENT A plenty living area.
resume to hot \, !Starke.III2N : REAL ESTATELike
112.900. Phone 9648750.: console AT, PS, PB AC, WALKER DEER: - -----
2tchg 11/4 AM.FM "Stereo. $4.300. DOGS Phone 496..368d..or MARSHALL FIELD Several commercial on
ltchg10/2JI_n______ Phone 964-6348 or 964-7435 446-3226! evening. 2 FAMILY OWNED 301. Brick in city limits mid 20' with 3 BR. 1 B,

Inflation is when the buckdoesn'i FOR SALE alter 10128 tpd !10121.10/28 new 24 a 80 double - Central Heat plus AC on a large corner lot. Low
: Mobile home Iol4 ..!..p.m:_ .tin/chg .. ._____ ENTERPRISE. PART-
3 BR 2
Mil 0114
stop anywhere.Orben $95! down.Few lota Mill available wide A. Lake Butler 3BR. brick. & down payment.
'. Current Comedy In neveral. mibdlvliaone. Ph. 4b8- CHE\Y: TRl'CK 1974. FOR SALE: Deunond needle TIME' OR FULL-TIME bath, patio storage bldg. a 3BR Block. -- -- -
1551. tfchg.PERSONAL. for any Mereo. ,over.247 different SALES IN YOUR on oak shaded lot $22,500. Once in a while a real fine home comes on the
long wheelbase, good OWN IIftr bath
;
.., have them ail Danmer'l - 3 I block
on we market this is a beauty with everything you've
FOR RENT condition tllK\KILK.: : light blue I96H. 2850.Good Dbcount. LOCAL COMMUNITY.USE !SR 100-S' neat. 1450 nq.. ft. 3 construction LR Family always dreamed of Brick. 3 BR, 2'i S, CH& A,
BR CB home 3.2 Room, In
on acrea.l.ge. towji.
SERVICE condition light blue HOO. OF A CAR AN family room LR DR kitchen with dining area
36 30 ; ;
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\ building p.t.r-
Please call after 5 782- ASSET. FOR PERSONAL 9 acre landreasonably
IKAILKR: N p.m., laundry room, office. double garage fully equipped
FOR SAlE .
x 30. : Swimming poolsacrifice. $36,900. priced juttt off
3.. Hp. : .. 10128. INTERVIEW CALL kitchen with the finest equipment, swimming! pool
completely furnished. all HAMHMAN: VAN All : Leading manufacturer - SR 16, N." of town.
ulililie Includrd. On Half type of home repair., and distributor baa aluminum THE STATE MANA !Neat 2 BR alum aiding - paved driveway.
Moon Lake. POP-l'P CAMPER: 1973 home. with cloned -- -- -
on private lot; interior and exterior rectangular pool left over from garageon Very nice large frame
.Ing I* pemon. IOO/mo. Remodeling; house washing Starcraft Galaxie" Pamper GER COLLECT AT 904- Paved road in country house on corner lot In town Are you a "do-it-yourselfer?" The Floyd Green

I'hnne 473.25NII. tfnchg and painting. Special rates Include. built-in air guaranteed 3728918. $15.000.. 3BR. 2 bath /H4\ large home at 601 Call & Orange could be restored and bea
10/111 conditioner with heat pump ('all collect. Jacksonville da - -
and t..rmlor senior churn or garage.' show place.
Free estimate. Call alter 5 stove and ice-box, privacy evening. !91)44984103. tfchg.WATXOVS 10.21 3tchg 11-4 2 BR frame carport & - -----

r\KII\I.I.Y IlKNISHU: PM lor immediate attention. curtain.. :New 12 x 12 ----- utility $13,0(10.)( 15-20 acre tract high landon Wowl I Well built CB, large norm, with 3 BR 2 tile

2 Bedroom hou..... No 964-H961! 10/7 4tchg 10/28 awning and 12 x 12 zip-on : IIOl'SE OF - paved. road Grahamarea baths, LR, DR Florida room, some paneling
children t'lone. to town.t2Vmo. .dd..room. porta'pottie.Spare 2 BR frame, I acre .lermtt.Large .
$ Phone 964.7521Ifnrhg tire and cover. 2.0K( ). \AUTHS: Many brand. of MOBILE HOME Central Heat (ducted for air), 2 car carport, utility
MOBILE HOME :MttMNU: Also Phone 4N5-I255 after 6pm. new vacuum. Used machinedavailable. : 87,5181- - room patio with brick Bar-B-Que grill, paved
10/21
- house
frame 3KK oneor..r
mile home hurricane anchoring tfn/rhg 10/2M, Expert: Repair. almakra III! () driveway on two beautiful lots convenient to
and mobile home roiil P.... and aceensorlea for PARK ".7 acre. SR I $11.511(1. lot in city very
I. \Rr'I.t i FIKNISHF.I: ) eoathg. all VII"'""" .. BuUt4n central - reasonable priced clone to everything. The price Is right!
Uin'a tOBILK) : Home !Service. -
Hill !oil: Inquire at 11113lIoll..r 9n4-5tiOo.! !oil. Rd. I6W & FOR SALEPIRFF.CTIoV vacuum cleaning .,...._. 4IMNW Inakle City Unto Ill acre cleared shopping area.. ---- -
ltd. I Ipd Ifl/ 1IIII.IH'K Walk SI3.9MI.! - -
Jet. 233. Stark, lla.. tlchgM.W1VJ : Illth Ave. Gainesville. 376- lo Bradford Squan
71 III. tfchg. Or Downtown - 136 acre homeHite. 4mil. Cecelia/ T. Terwillegar/ Realtor
,
IHUSF.! : 3 -- ---- : OIL 5 acre* -. SR 225 r:..t of ... :N.W. of !Starke.Frame .
: S7.5IKI.S 206 West Madison Avenue. Starke. Florida
bedroom. 2 bath central : : MAOIINKS: repaired IIKA1F.R: : with 55 ...U"nb.rr.1 f30PerMoothAll J.awtey_ - W
heat. 3ln ,. St. (lair City Convenience.Fke house in town 2
Street all make cleaned. oiled and and Htand. $50. 6611 It. on SR 125 tic
!Slerke.. Phone 53.12Vtt.llrhg adjusted $7. Work rilll.ro Rt.FKIG. $20. ,Police Protection: acrea bedroom LR. Kit.. I ft.
guaranteed. -
Wet of Lawley
IO/2H Jamea Strickland corner Morgan Phone. !1-A750._ _Itchg. _10/2N. LONGCHAMP City Gaa Water and Sewer $9,000.- \ ery reasonable m OFFICE PHONE 964-7776
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Road & II..,. 16. tfchg. Home and Building Jo-Lu Motel :.1 UK. I bath block'' HOME PHONE 964-5145

,tI' \ltlMETSIcel.r:: - -- -- --- ,\'(.('S BILL' 2 ve... MaterlalaWTBUILD :.10\ A. I lawley 211I ..on t..tlun. corner lot in
furnished one I>bedroom in \ICIIIIOI.ICS ANON1MOI '. old $250.) Phone 7N2-3376 964-881 r/- hookups. hag barn with town.
!sterke.. Phone 47331116 forappointment. ) .1... water concrete lab
S Succe..lul or 7H2-3JNN. !'pdJ.WHIII - -
livingfor :
IO/2H) "Kiur .
Itpd Kon Or O.v.Yo -
lor farrowing pig
people who want to 4.KORC.E: : RIIU.lt: rs JR.

is| III'l drinking and !ST1stopped. ) F.: .IIMH\ORK: Must rLor0.Ows'FREE $45.000.) Reg. Real Estate Broker BRASFNGTONCadillacOld:
II KNIsilrll) : IIOMK: 2 E..1'LIATFSRemodelog - Phone 964.7826OHF.N
Meeting. I Ihur. & oacrifice !Singer future 900
MDubile
bedroom no utllitiea.dvpOHit Repair. JUSTINWRANGLERBOOTS New 3 BR 2 Bath Brick on G R F.r.Niioi'srs:
Sunday H pm. Phone !9nl5709. sewing. machine; doe. AddiUonaHomea $31.5IMI.' : !'o.'urdavf.. :Sake Servtet5'neSaltchonOJUred
required In l.awteyon )! !IIi I-5111.1111 hrktianSt. everything automatically I acre Iluntl'ul'"

pacioui grounds.tnVmo.NII 10/21_ l llnchgVV11J. like. new Originally 59950. Sold TradedACREAGE Can Taken On (....'lIn..d.'ICadllJac
:) I'r Is Small
$2M3.7H. Or take.
now
children) accepted Phone uppalmrnta Question: \siociale.latter TimJet .\in M/t-
B\BY SIT for any of $12.X3mo.Phone l .
age
2001 I N.W. 13 378-5301
7K23.J79.! lI.hMIOn8 FOR SALE W hy should you buy 5 & weekends) (\111 i-iil led
mild in my home. WMofCl.tfchg. 964 70X4. Free home FORMICA GAINESViLLE'
trial. Upd' 11)/28! 9B44&53Huy boot. from ua? !9617151 A 782.3317m a fig' free CMllll.lIC

!IKll.r: 2 bedroom. ----- -- -- 4>a Sheets' 610 l-7---l7I.Ur: : : :
Xt South, Stark Answer
2nd dirt road on right, onI'Drth G \R\GK; : SXI.K ROM LAtnEr n.. I-Iii-'-I..Nil

ltd. 150 deposit BIU."S SAW SHOP: Complete 10/2 THROIGH. 11/6 at d Because 782-38O6 500 Sneets Available FOR SALE: Typewriter and *.\!'. MIII-TTL'li:!

Slllt/mo. ('.11 alter 4pm. sharpening service, elreul.r.hand. 509 Center Street !Slarke.Phone you should.our cu.tomera This la aay the ,-.rw ..wra. wu. a +,... OLIN TI \dding Machine ribbon at 10-7 tlllCl| ) HI--JK:!
carbide, chain) mower
HOI-M5I.I.! llpd_IO2KI. 9 I N.12I. I tpd IO/2H! The Office
blade hollow ground and !.: : -_ best recommendation we Shop
alaneed. leave at JacksonBuiklmg Ralph Bryan can offer. Finest rejection- -- -- - MOBILE HOME

\IU.K: 5 ROOM Supply Starke or Key- TRI ('IOPPF.R: ror' best price anvwhere.Bella FOR SALE: Magnifying
\V \RIMrN: \dult.onlt. .hort wheelbase pickup. of all sizes with
lawea
tld
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lleighla. Real Estate
moor g. (
no p.". 4115 N. ( hurchM. Good condition. 150. Phone to size. 56 .. At The Office Shop. Mobile Home
-- ----- Moving-
.. tln/chg IO/2H -
78236616 1 :. _tfa/chg f. ..10/28. .__ DON'T' DELAY! --- -- - -

WILL TAKE CARE of HI'" TOD\1!| CARRADINE'SLawtey ,
elderly person preferably ('Illlll'.\lll'A PIPPIKS: ', Florida Set Up & Delivery

PortableUtility lemale. in my home. 3 melee .ix weeks. old. $25 four choice of 5 to 265 acrea Phone 782-3401) THOMAS REALTY

Reasonable charge Write each. Phone 964-55N3. Itpd :North of Lawtey Low downpayment Open 9 to S FOR DETAILS CALL

Sheds Boa 611. Hampton or Inquireat 10P28RFGI41E111:1)___ _'_ ('p to 20 year to pay Cloned Sundays 621 NorthWalnut

Hampton Pout Oflice.llchg on balance. Starke Florida 32091 OLIN'S MOBILE HOME 964-5606
e. e eSee 964-6162
: :
I KI2HMOWF.R :
1 10x12 .775 Finished Inside .. lll'ARTERHORSE: : I to 10 ur... Off SR 100 (Formerly A.J.Thomas Real Estate) Hwy 100 W. Starke

: RF.P-IRS: I'u.hmo" Rope and run. barrela. South High and dry Lowdown
.100.: ; ). Phone 782-3420. Itpd payment Easy monthly Lovely brick,3 BR 2 bath house on acre lot. central heat Lie. &
8x10) Finished '595 T ..... riding mower.. and Only Bonded Mover Living In
edger. special this week. 10/2H' : term.. & air, outride" city limit., immaculate.

OLIN'S MOBILE HOMEHwy tune-up a. low .. $9.95.! --- - Bradford Co. Tr*

Cell9_! _I_iMll., L'PRF.SSI !!!!'! 10/28! \1.1BI SKI BOAT 15 CALL AnytimeIB "The Land M..." ff'rpOODLEGROOMING 5 acre* on 100-A near city limit.
ft.. : 85 outboard
100 Stance 964 5606Ill'll Mercury - -

: RF.: OR STIAM: engine. Fully galvaniiedtrailer. RALPH BRYAN Bu.ineu Opportunity 3000 .q. ft. ('B Building on 30)
t'IF.:.\NING: Mobile and HOO llrm Phone 964- [ Realtor with overhead. otflce and .lar.... earn equipment L. K. Edwards III & Assoc.

conv. home*, commercial (165.. :_!llpd.. .!10/2S.. ._ 964-8788 day - -

bldgs.) and churche. Aim 10.01 or night Appointments For Two Iota on Crosby Lake. SE end ol lake. with lOll) It. SERVING YOU IN THE IT1

Green's inlerior/eiterior painting.Reasonable. Lake frontage, 500 It. to graded road l a..ln.AvaO.bl. AREA
.. Free e.llm.te.. .NOW LJ::!
I'MTKUKVKMAfiKNfV.: : : Your Convenience ..
431 1779 after 6
Phone p.m. '
''''U'
Office
475-1269
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{ lawn IO/2H.2 2tpd.11/4_ _____ (; INC.KrKisterrdKral: Before 964-7837 6 1-2 Acrea on St. Rd. 21, 1 1.2 mile north of Keystone Office 473.2663

Height., all or part Financing Available
IFS'
Ch&
You A - Starke Office
96450659645142
Service Estate: /Broker Buy Small
-----------, acreageHampton

WANTEDAll KredSackrlt Mobile Well Drilling - 2 Bedroom I Bath Mobile Home with deck. :Nice
I Lake 90' x 190' fenced lot :North Shore Mobile furniture 100' i 150' shaded lot.

Year Around Service Yard Pine Timber. Before Urokt'rl'.S.IOI Home, 120' Dock 12x20 ttllity House - -

Mowing. you sell please contact : Home I 2" thru 6" - One acre with drive, well, septic tank, light: pole. This
Clean Outs. Gilman Paper I 1101 mptrel Flj. 3 Re.ld..tlallote.total arealOOx 130,3: blocks from High cleared and ready for your mobile ......
I Fast.
Rotary 1 School - -
Edging Lawn Sweeping Company. John Shadd Phone 468-1753 See
Drilling Equipment - Nice: double-wide mobile home, Custom designed. en 1/2
904 25'
Also Fertilize Lawn And at Macclenny Nearly new double wide mobile. home on 5 acre of land 3 acre beautifully furni.hed .e.... perch and utility

6911 or Rex Stiles at tlnt'hl 101SEIIIAL"RS John STATE LICENSED BR. 2 bathe, approa. 1600 sq.. ft. living apace. Nice. Heat house nice garden apace.
Flowers 904-289.2911. or 904-289- and
Air.
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3311. - 8 Bedrooms I Bath frame ho.... as one acre. of laid with
Phone 964.7844 473 3775 Pumps frontage on paved road. Priced te ...11.

10.21 2tchg 10-28 nO addition. 2 - -
12
12 ,a 60 mobile home plus a permanent
For Free Estimate FOR SALE ..on SR 100.3 ml. South of Market under S20.OOO. Call or come see ... today II yen are reedy to buy er aell.
New & UsediSales.Parts.Serviee
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21 Cnq 1O 2t 1O ?8 1971 "("ud. Shaker". 340. Mimosa Manor Mobile home lota on SR 18 Ea.t. Owner financing 50,50Bakken-Associate! STARKEBRANCHIOCS.Water: :

standard real ale. 1795. Irene. Faulkner. AeaoekUe St.
--"" / available.
1970 Plymouth Mobile Home ParkA Haul FaulknerAmocie Starke, Fla.32091
1 - -
convertible, $195. I
1972 Hedge Broghum Nlea Place E-Z TermsPlumblnljl 1 Corner Building Call A Thompson St., over 2.100 aq. ft.
r RegisterOil Aga - -
S.E., 1495. To Live
1971 Ford 8. $795. South 301 out.Id. city limits. 450 ft. road frontage; 2 C

1975 Plymouth Station Large Lou acres, more er Ie... WANTEDFIELD
Company Wagon, 33.000 miles lik. Yard CareGarbage - -

new PS. PB. AC. and Can. I New Installation I Mobile home lota on SR 18 East
ENTERPRISE EDUCATIONAL
crui.e-control. 3650. ftttUBoxooHater - CORPORATIONHAS

964-5888 308 S. Thompson I Remodeling NEEDED Rental property Hating.: occupant waiting. THREE POSITIONS AVAILABLE FOR PEOPLE
- Central Sewage Plant - -
1973 Yamaha 750. like Garbage Pickup. JSTi Integrity WHO WANT TO EARN UP TO 12000.00 OR MORE

Fast Friendly new S.OOO miler. 695. Ample Parking. I Repairs 1urrancI PER YEAR DEPENDING ON TIME. EFFORT AND

Improved Street (DOING BUSINESS ONLY IN REAL ESTATE:) ABILITY. APPLICANTS MUST BE WILLING TO
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Fuel Oil Service 1972 Dodge Pickup. Like Electric: ) Ampere.MeteredCaia Service. tea F. D.lane Thomas. Reg. Real Estate Broker DEVOTE A SUBSTANTIAL AMOUNT OF TIME TO

new 1795.. (PUMPS & SUPPLY THEIR WORK AND BE ABLE TO LEARN HOW TO

let < 1972 Dodge Pickup.. Good i84 ti07 11)3310ASSOCIATES MANAGE OTHER PEOPLE. SALES EXPERIENCE NOT

condition $1,595.Seara -Mbve .Booua-. 1 COMPANY I II


Sejgler & Perfection Heaters 12- -ft.-boat- -10 HP 1 Month FREE Rent ..I 864 N Temple Ave. .I I Judy Fly.9x4.8584Harold Manager: OPPORTUNITY NECESSARY BUT EMPLOYER.HELPFUL.SEND AN LETTER EQUAL OF

motor 1295.Pho. FJeetrle Hookup 1 Starke I IB: Eppa APPLICATION MARIANNES.. STREBEl. P.O. BOX

Sales II Installation PRINE9647196 1 1 9646616 13868 GAINESVILLE FLORIDA. 32604 ((1-1491\
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LAWTEYBy r_#. ..'#. .. ''G Raiford News by Phone May Bt'll 431-10119 Dobbs ..- .#...o-c


Harris. Hunnicutt and Miss Teressa

Friends of Mrs. Carolyn Sanderson visited Mrs. Mary Starke, Mrs. Marty Clemons Friends of Mrs. Mary Ruth Grundstrom were treated to a

Elizabeth Terry Phone 782.3300 Griffis will be happy to learn Freeman Thursday afternoon. and children Mischell and Jones will be happy to learn delicious seafood dinner in

that she is home after a few Howard Register of Lake Jeffrey of Heilbron Springsand that she came home from Jacksonville by Mr. and Mrs.

Jacksonville on Tuesday days In St. Vincent's Hospital. City visited Mr. and Mrs. Michael Dobbs. Union General W.R. Hunnicutt. The occasionwas
CIIL'KCH: ACTIVITIES Mrs. Bill Woodard and family, Ernest Freeman and Hospital
Michael Dobbs son,
Sunday. Dian her 21st
honoring on
afternoon. Some of those celebrating
Church of God of Her H.C. Crews Wednesday..
: Sunday Largo. son
Curtis and a friend from
Miss Paula Dobbs ,
Rhonda
has been last week Mrs. ,
Schoql 10 a.m. Worship and family brought her home Dutch Harley birthdays were Jacksonville visited his Miss Janice Jones of birthday.
and Larry were business Mr. and Mrs W.A.
from Bradford Joe
transferred Rachel Laws Oguinn,
her Gainesville was a Thursday
Services at 11 a.m. and 7pm. Saturday and were in mother, Mrs. Mary Freeman,
Starke
County Hospital Starke to Wayne Sapp and Lisa visitors Saturday.Mr. overnight guest of her Browning and Mrs. Debbie
Prayer Meeting Wednesday overnight guests. and and sisters and family, Mr.
Mrs. Bud Clemons busi-
Hunnicutt were Friday
Alachua General Hospital, Mooneyham.Some
7 30 p.m. YPE Friday at 7:30: Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Mosley Mischell and and Mrs. A.M. Jones and Mr. parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.M.
Maxville and Gainesville\ for further leSls. of those from Raiford Jeffrey were Jones ness visitors In Starke.
of
p.m. and Tammy, stork shower Friday night supper guests t>f and Mrs. Earl Dobbs, Mrs. Edna Cason of
Friday -
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Eunice of Our prayer are with him. attending a (Friends of Mrs. Fannie
Evergreen Church
Baptist : Mrs. Sallie Hogan and night nt the home nf JVtrMWSS. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs. Saturday. Brunner will be happy to Macclenny visited Mrs. Mary
Sunday School 10 a.m. Graham were and guests Mrs.of Harold their niece, Mrs Lula Durham of \ Norman! )in Bra!_ .ors Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Marton Mrs. Terry Kersey of Waldo learn that she is home from (Freeman Wednesday.
Mr.
Worship Services 11 and parents with her
a.m. Jacksonville\ and Mrs Hester Co. for Mrs Charlene brought their new baby son, spent Saturday Bradford County Hospital.Mrs. Monday guests of Mr. and
7:30: pm. Prayer Meeting afternoon.Mrs.Eunice on Saturday Hicks were Tuesday dinner (Taylor) Crews were Mrs. Jason Robert, to church parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.M. Ruby Dobbs was a Mrs. A.M. Jones were Mr. and

Wednesday at 8 p.m. of their brotherinlawand Gerald Griffis, Mrs. Odessa Sunday.Mr. Jones. Mrs. Jack Sapp of Lake
and Mrs. guests business visitor in Jackson-
Pierce Crews
Faith Baptist Church : sister. Mr and Mrs. O.J. Taylor, and Mary Louise and Mrs. Earl Dobbs Mrs. Shyrell Crawford of ville Butler( Freeman and
Tuesday.
Rosa Lee Brown visited Mrs. :
Radio Program over WPXE Anders.On Mrs. Kathryn Alvarez andMrs had as Monday night supper Lawtey visited Mrs. Mary Mrs. Willene Greene of Jacksonville -
Roberts of Starke Mrs. l Earl=: Dobbs Mrs
( on
Starke Bam. Sunday. Bible Kquila Freeman afternoon.
Lee Newmans. guests Mrs. Earlagene Mikell Sunday Mrs.
Thursday, Mrs. Robert Treva Gerald Griffis and daughter Shyrell
School 10 a.m. WorshipServices her birthday Wednesday.Mr. Lee attended a Postmaslers Mrs. Edna Cason of of Crystal River, Mr. and Mrs. Friends of Mrs. Brenda Melhssa, John West and Crawford of Lawtey Mr. and

11 a.m. and 7:30: p m. and Mrs. Waldo Pringle Meeting, and Seminar at the Macclenny visited Mr. and Randy Mikell, Leesburg; Mr (Mattox) Cowart Texas will Donald Sims were business I1rs.orlc( Kersey. of Waldo
Prayer Meeting Wednesday. of Worthington Springs and Mrs. Don Newmans and be happy to learn that she is
Hilton Hotel in Gainesville. Mrs. Earl Dobbs Wednesday and Mrs. Alzy Thomas, Lake
visitors in Starke (Friday
visited their sister, Mrs.
7'30 Bible Study. her mother. Mrs. Jack
p.m. Mr. and Mrs. H.C. Harley. night and Thursday. children Gordon and Donna of visiting Tuesday night Miss Dian City
Pierce Crews on Wednesday.
Crave tilled :Methodist:
Mrs. Edna Cason of
of Bushnell were Salurdayovernight
Mr and Mrs. L.H. Harper -
Sunday School 9:43: a.m. visited Mr. and -
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guests of their Macclenny
s' Worship Services 11 a.m. and visited their parents. Mr. and sister Mrs Elva Reddish Mrs. A.M. Jones Thursday.Miss .
7 Circle will be Mrs. Carl Prevail on Saturday
p m. Prayer
Linda Sue Alvarez of
Mr and Mrs. Fred Moore
afternoon. He will enter ,North"
observed! i Wednesday
every the weekend with their Gainesville visited her
morning at 8 a.m. at the Florida Regional Hospital, spent Mr. and Mrs. Don jri 7da'tan
Gainesville Tuesday for a brother and sister-in-law, Mr. parents, ntanaSALE
on
Church. Choir Practice 7
p.m. >
and Mri. J-B Boyer, of Alvarez, this weekend and at-
examination following an
and United MYF' at 8 p.m. at tended church with them
the church Wednesday. automobile accident some edmpd.( iney helped them /
on celebrate their 50th wedding Sunday. MICROWAVE OVEN
Highland Baptist: Sunday time ago. Mrs. Paulette Freeman of
at Palm Avenue
School 10 a.m. Worship Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellanand anniversary
:Mr. and Mrs Cecil Baptist Church. While there
Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.
1'i'ay er meeting Wednesday at Crawford, spent a week at they also visited his sister COOKING CLINIC
Mrs. Cecil Wade. and
7Hi: \) pmTIlt' Cherokee N.C and Brooker
The Robert E. Lees have as
Church enjoyed a Gatlmburg. Tenn. They spent
Kcviv.il this past week with a the time driving to several weekend guests, his sister and

different. speaker each night.On places of interest admiring Barr; a-uuBoselranddtheirdaughter Netvs
Sunday they enjoyed an the scenery. The trees were
Old Fashioned Service with frozen and the leaves were Roxanne. of Friday October 29th10 To 5
Prescott
Jeanette
dinner on* the ground and beautiful. The temperaturewas Decatur, Ga. by ,
singing!; in the afternoon 17 degrees. They stayedin On Saturday night. Mr. and Phone 485-1715
Prewitts Camp Ground :Mrs. Lee and Mr and Mrs.
Church-
Laura Baptist :
close to Cherokee, N.C. they DuBose attended the "39th BRIDAL SHOWER
Sunday School 9:45: a.m.
returned home on Friday. and Holding" Reunion of the Miss Sandra Edwards WINKLER ELECTRIC INC.
Worship Services 11 a m. and
Bride-Elect of Eddie Hazen is
19(7th: Graduating Class of : ,
,Friends of Andy Harvey of .
7 ::111) pm Prayer Meeting
Robert E. Lee High School to be the Guest of Honor at a
Wednesday at 7:30: pmNoilhskle Perry regret(! to learn that he Miscellaneous Bridal Showeron
which held at the Ramada
: is a surgical Patient in was
Baptist: Sunday
Tallahassee Memorial Inn Jacksonville Beach. Thursday October 28, at 234 N. Ave.
School 10 a.m. Worship Temple
7:30: at the Brooker
Hazel Lee DuBose and Robert pm.
Hospital, Tallahassee. Our
and
Semccsllam I I 7:31): p.m. in the
Church
E. Lee were members of that Baptist
are with him.
Prayt.rIl.t'ting: Wednesday at prayers Educational Building.
7 'IU) pm.Sm Mrs. Fate Hedd of Macon class.
Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Smith Hostesses will be Linda
)Missionary: Baptist Ga. spent a few days with hermotht'r.
Imri-lr School Mrs. O.J. Phillips, in of Lakeland were guests of Harrell. Mijdred Harrell,
I : Sunday 10
a in Morning Service 11 a.m. St. Vincents Hospital, Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs on Kathy Mary Jane Kelley.Green Doris and Kelley Edith, An Amana Factory Representativeand

15 T S 5:4: : p.m. l Evening=: Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Friday.
:Melvin.
Service 7 p m. Prayer Byron Phillips visited her on Mr and Mrs. George

Meeting Wednesday al 7:30: Saturday, her son Danny and Shuford and their mother
attended the BROOKER ELEMENTARY =: Home Economist Will Be Here
p in grandson. ; and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Lois Carter HALLOWEEN CARMVAL -
St. Johns :Missionary :Mrs. Karl; Phillips visited her Denmark Reunion in Lake
will be Saturday,
Baptist Church: Sunday on Sunday They report that Butler on Saturday.Mrs. :
School. ) 10) a.m. The Kev. Willie she is getting along fine. Jim Hall and Mrs. October 30 from 4:30: to 10 p.m*

Huffman pastor. Church :Mr. and :Mrs. Jerry (Esther; Porrecas attended the of at the schoolgrounds. To Cook (Our Food Or Yours) And

School 10 a.m. each Sunday Nordberg, returned to their District Annual Conference

with Supt. Chris. lIamllton.l'hul'l'h home in Bremerton Wash., on the United Methodist Church

Service is at I 11 am.iind Saturday after spending two at Lake City on Saturday PERSONALS
::1( p m on second and weeks with their parents Mr. morning. (Family GatheringAll: six Answer Questions.
children of the late11': and
lourth Sundays. Prayer Band and :Mrs. Ben :McCulley and
oil iiunn Mondays Bible Class David. :Mrs Tom l Edwards=: olBrooker

and. prayer meeting :Mr and :Mrs Maxie Senior met at the home ofMr.

Wednesday at 5-30 p m. Choir Reddish and sons Donald and and Mrs Ercell Edwardsin

Rehearsals 5pm. on Randall, of the State (Farm, Salt Springs Thoseattending
Thursdays. and :Mr and Mrs. Robert CitizensA \\t're11': and :Mrs No Phone Prices Please !

:McClellan and son Jeff of C W Edwards of Bradenlon.

iM hoot News Starke were Sunday dinner good representation of :Mr and :Mrs. SI 1. Edwards ol
of their !Mr. Tamp.l.11': and :Mrs I" II
The school staff guests parents delegates of the North
,administration and P.T.A. and :Mrs. Les McClellan.Mr Central Florida Coalition of Croft of St. Petersburg. Mr The microwave oven
and :Mrs Z.W Hamilton .mil
i"llIl'l'I'Ish" to thank each : and Mrs. Charles Senior Citizens comprising 16
one who had a part in the Starling, and Mrs. Ola counties in Region 3, met at :Mrs (Eva: Harrell of Brooker

making. this )l'ar's Carnival avery Starling visited the Starling's the Starke Recreation Centeron Two of their counsms joined. no other microwave oven

successful one! Complete son-in-law Andy Harvey in Pratt Street, October 19. them for the IIl'l'asinn1.; : .
Tallahassee Memorial and Mrs. Ed Fife and :Mrs
information regarding The invocation was led by
expenses are. unavailable at 'Hospital on Sunday. Paul Krieger secretary- Thelma Pierson ol Tampa can touch...
this lime/ but indications are Mr and :Mrs.\ Virgil Griffis treasurer, followed by the After having dinner" al a r

lh.il (this Carnival. exceeded i and family and Mrs. Maines Pledge of Alligiance and .restaurant in Salt Springsthey -

any pn-v" IOUS one in receipts. (il'l rrlS and children, of American The Beautiful all returned to :Mr. and the

Thisl't'k is FTK(; Survey Palatka. spent Sunday with The meeting dealt largely :Mrs. l Ercell=: Edwards' home

Week in all schools The their mother. !Mrs :Nellie; with legislation passed duringthe for cake and ice cream on

lin.ineing ol our schools is tied Wilkinson, and sister Mrs. 1976 legislative session, Sunday.< October 24. I I

tithe' number of pupils served Daisy Bach and attended Old including the eye glass bill\ 11rs.'l'hl
Iq> Ute programs within Fashioned i Service and dinnerat generic drug bill, nursing Gainesville, along with Glen Touch matiC
.9 i i i i
r.itidlnrd. and these Highland Baptist Church
County home reform bill displaced and Sue Davis and daughter
'intals ire. figured( during one with singing in the aflernoon. homemakers act mandatory Tammy of Orange Park, all MICROWAVCOV.N
week in the Fall, one week in :Mr and Airs! Casey Dobbs retirement act, and the visitedtheir parents Mr. and

iheSimngand one week in the and daughter Tammy were housing finance act. Although Mrs Evan Hodges and Mrs. with COOKMATIC POWER SHIF

1 summer each year Sunday afternoon guests of these bills were enacted, they :Mamie Hodges on Sunday
their : and Mrs.
p.lrents.11' :
not being fully
are October 24.Mr .
M Illiol. :MKNC:: (subject to .\. Dobbs implemented for the benefit of : Al and Mrs. Melba Rain

iMlVIM'ICSI J Danny Luke. :Misses all of the people of Florida, and their daughter Robin of -

Monday. : Corn dog. :Margaret Smith. Lynn and nor the senior citizens. Archer visited their mother

nmsl.ml.( ketchup cole slaphll.1t \\ Kelly Whaley.. spent theweekend Having talked to many :Mrs. Mamie Hodges and Friday Friday

I crisp and milk. with their parents.Mr people on how they felt on the brother and sister-in-law Mr. -- ___
1 u..IBl.t'r. : slew with : and :Mrs Tom Whale)'. of nine constitutional and :Mrs. Evan Hodges on

rtavy mashed potatoes. Tampa. amendments some replieswere Sunday October 24. Only Only
net-ii; ht'Jns. peaches rolls, :Mr and :Mrs Richard : I don't know. It's all too

milk Chesser and family of Sanford confusing You'd need a
Wednesday. : Chicken withi spent the weekend with their Philadelphia lawyer to Sturke Elem.

i II.... green lima beans brother-in-law and sister. :Mr explain the wording. Rep. 10T05 10To5

applesauce, biscuits milkIhuisday and :Mrs Wayne Massey andfamily Frank Williams spoke on STARKE ELEMENTARY

Chili with beans Other guests of the these amendments which will SCHOOL NEWSby

lettuce and tomato salad. :Masseys. were their parents. be on the November 2 ballot, Carolyn Carver Oct. 29 .... Oct. 29
(Lars. .. cheese bread sticks. :Mr and :\IrsI/ C Harley of in order to clarify them in the 964-6091 ,

milk Bushnell who spent Sunday best interests of the people.
"rid, Joe bun. with them
) Sloppy on
The of the delegatesof 1976 1976
lieiuh t tries peaches cookie Friends of :Miss Gwen Zack opinion The Starke Elementary -
the NCFC of SC was that"for" is
delight and milkI'EHS4" are. very happy to learn that Halloween Carnival
-
votes should be markedon scheduled for Saturday, Oct.
she was voted HomecomingQueen .. --.
\I> by the Student Body of numbers 1, 3, 5, 7 and 8; 30, 5 to 9 p.m. at the Pratt 'J
and "no" votes on numbers 2, Street ball field. .
Miss (Elizabeth: Terry was a Bradlord High School. Lawteyis co
and 9.Because.
Sliest of her nephew" and very proud of the :News.; 6, of to the COME JOIN THE FUN!
niece. Mr and :Mrs Terry :Mrs Laura :May Taylor of opposition Model RR-9
," Home Reform Bill by
Finch and. family. of Idrll'ttaas a Sunday dinner Nursing of these Congratulations to the
.Kuksimville Reach: Monday (guest! of her brotherinlawand the operators following classes for winningour
in which inhuman The first microwave with
10 Thursday. They came after sister. :Mr and :Mrs. Don institutions abuse, and buying volleyball intramural oven a memory.
.nul brought her home :Mosley treatment championships in physical
Manuel! Stephens returned :Major and :Mrs James and selling elderly persons by education: Makes microwave cookingas
vultures isource
home, TUl'sd.lallt'r i a 10 day Dougherty and family of these Readers Grade 4 Mrs. McClelland,
material from
visit with his mother :Mrs Valdosta. Ga.. spent the long Grade 5 Mrs. Adkinson, and easy as 12.3!
Grit, Enquirer, ,
Maud Stephens of Richmond weekend with their parents Digest, and monthly daily Grade 6 Mrs. Crawford.

,Kand Howard Stephens of (01 and :Mrs William Wilson. weekly and ) a The 6th graders won the All The Amana Touchmatic Radarange Oven e Exclusive Cookmalic!( Power Shift
<<< nrliin. KyMrs Other (guests! of the Wilsons newspapers read magazines calling for Star Volleyball games againstthe with Cookmatic Power Shift is the King, of
resolution was
: Pierce Crews and were their mother. :Mrs :Maud of 5th graders by scores of 15 Amana Radarange Ovens with these great
investigation '_
Mrs Jack Harris!, of StateFarm Boyette. and their brother-In. immediate home industry. -0 in the boys division, and 15 features fit for a queen CoOxev.TiCI.
the nursing
went to Airport of law and sister. !Mr and !Mrs. After discussion, one 4 in the girls division. e Exclusive Touchmatic Computerized nil
.laiksonville. to meet. her Hal Hamilton of Jacksonvillefor eliminatedand P.E. students of the week Controll-

daughter. :Mrs Brenda the long weekendMr paragraph was Oct. 18 22 are: Remembers what you tell it to do by
uwart. ot Texas who will : and :Mrs. Elmer Byrd of the resolution was will pass be Grade 3 Stacey Reddish touching numbers and words on the cook Puts you in I full control of everything too
Easy to Just
unanimously. Copies use. slide the shift
-pend some time with her Valdosta, (ia.. spent Sunday the President. U.S. Grade 4. Rhonda Sapp Grade control panel.Remembers. the appropriate position for the
parents. Mr and Mrs Jack with :Mr and Mrs. O.J Senators sent to and Congressmen; 5-Arthur Baares, and Grade 6 how long to defrost. speed of cooking you desire Even precise

Harris and other relatives Boyette State Senator Tommy Crosby.We Remembers. to wait lor food keeps dinner warm until you're ready.
Governor
the ,
F'riendsufMrs' () J Mr and Mrs. OB. like temperature to
Phillips Wiggins, and H.E.W., would to extend a equalize. e Stainless steel interior large enough
.are happy' to learn that she is of Jacksonville were Sunday Representatives Flemming; warm welcome to our new Remembers ,just how long to cook for a family size turkey

(letting along very well dinner guests of their parents. chairman Dr Arthur, and John B, first grade teacher, Mrs. Judy Remembers to shut ,itself off and call e 1 See-through window and ,interior light
!following surgery at St :Mr and Mrs. B L. WilkisonSr Martin director of the White Burrows, and our EMR you for dinner with a pleasant beep so you can see what's cooking

\incents Hospital Conference on Aging. student teacher, Carol Remembers to display the time. of
Jacksonville on Thursday :Mrs DK Brown and House Merrin. day when cookmg's completed In '
Her room number is 389 daughter Cynthia and mother

JC Prevail. Jr and two :Mrs Lucille T. Key, visited A lively debate on the SCIIOOLIENU:

grandsons of Gainesville were her mother. Mrs. J B. Taylor. importance of voting pointedout MONDAY: Hot dog. baked 675 watts of cooking power.Cooks Energy Saver!

Saturday dinner guests of his Sr. of Jacksonville on that the ballot is our most beans, cabbage slaw, peach almost everything lights'i"
everything vyiih
1! Prevail. Other guests during her niece, Mrs. Sylvia T politics. The right to speak out TUESDAY: Chicken with gourmet perfeclln'1(4th .:less electricity than

the morning were" their Pope, while there. and vote as we individuallysee noodles, english peas, sweet the usual time? electric.range.:

!grandson( Wayne Harper and :Mrs. Sidney Hansen, was a fit. We are alarmed today potato souffle, coconut cake,
Cecil Whitehead. Carl Pevey Sunday dinner guest of her by the poor turn-out at the cornbread milk.

and his son. daughter and nephew and niece.: Mr. and polls and the attitude of WEDNESDAY: ; =: : Meat sauce

granddaughter of Orlando. Mrs. Ralph Martin and "What's the use? The with spaghetti tossed salad,

The daughter is attending family. politicians do as they like, cheese wedge, apple crisp,

college( m Tallahassee and Mrs. Johnny Jenkins, and anyway." french bread, milk.THURSDAY WINKLER ELECTRIC INC.
spent the weekend with her daughter. Mrs. Jennie Lou The ballot box is the only Fried

parents in Orlando. Green and children of system we know, and we can chicken, mashed potatoes .

:Mrs. K.C Crews spent two Hilhard. were Sunday dinner choose good men for these brown gravy stringed beans,
weeks with her son and guests of her parents. Mr. and officer of trust. Watch their jello. roll milk.
234 N Temple
daughter-in-law(! and Mrs. Mrs. O.J. Anders. performance during their FRIDAY Cuban sandwich, Ave

II C Crews and daughter Joy Mrs. Robert Lee attended a term of office. If they don't do buttered corn potato chips,
Ann of Clearwater, and son Postmasters Training Session right vote them out next time banana nut cake with icing Starke, Fla. 32091

in.law and daughter. Mr andy at the General Mail Center in around. milk.


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