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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 6, 1977
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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\ Clashing head-on over an administrative staffing formula
Tom and the Bradford School Board
!newly-elected l Supt. Casey
ended their first meeting together at standoff with Casey PoliticalFavoritism !
threatening court action.
The school board rejected Supt. Casey's proposed reorganization ib
rman and Evelyn Franklin, visitors from Michigan, don't Items at local stores show food prices considerably up from four of the administrative staff. It also rejected Casey's I
look too unhappy as they go through the check-out line at the years ago. nomination of present Curriculum Coordinator Charles Francisas "
local Piggly Wlggly.But an Informal survey of selected food principal of Bradford High School. Charged In Award J

.Tuesday's night action left BHS at least temporarily without a
principal. It also left former Supt. Richard Jockel without an

assignment.Under Florida school law, the superintendent. nominates staff Of Federal GrantsInitial
Local Food Prices Rising members and the school board approves. If the board rejects

staffing nominations it must show just cause, which attorney information regarding said. "Congress needs to take ('
Jesse Wolbert citing previous cases, said boils down to lack of an Economic De- a long, hard look at the way >
professionalism or immorality. Under the law the supperintendent velopment Administration this program Is being ad- '
must present a staffing formula to the board three times. If Program designed to put ministered to right the wrong
'the board can cite Just cause for rejection Wolbert said it can people back to work has that has been done and to see

Faster Than CostsIf then fill the position. turned into a political that it never happens again."
Living: Board chairman Arthur mandamus- program that smacks of Bradford County and the
Gaskins said when Francis Chairman Gaskins refused favoritism with disregard for city of Starke are among local
was principal at BHS students to discuss four other staff the intent of Congress and the governments who had their
your New Year's resolution sells for 89 cents, an Increaseof actually go down over the past ably: sirloin from $1.29 a' roamed the streets, and that changes, saying the positionthe guidelines that the agency projects rejected, in spite of a
is try to cut down the 134 percent. Rising almost four years was cabbage pound to $1.58 a pound and board's closed campus titles given them by Casey do itself established, U.S.: Rep. higher than-average un-
family food budget, you facean as much- 132 percent- was which sold for 20 cents a head round from $1.18 to $1.59 a policy was not adhered to. He not exist in the board's pre Don Fuqua said this week. employment average, which I
almost impossible task. ,mayonnaise, which went from then and now can be purchased pound. referred to an Internal acsent staffing chart. Those Fuqua, a member of the they had been told was the
An informal comparison of 38 cents for a 32 oz. Jar in 1972 for 15 cents a head. Beef the counts audit at BHS which he changes would move Connie House Government Operations main criteria for awarding of
advertised Starke grocery to 88 cents now for the same One other item surveyed, hot prices were several objectof said drew critical comment Clark, present Hamptonfrom Committee, said that he the grants.
store specials this week and amount. frankfurters, stayed at the controversy but their increaseshad auditor Pat Farnsworth Elementary principal, to the would call for a complete and Together, the city and I:
those of four years ago revealsthe Other items representinglarge same price 59 cents for a years slowed ago, down bit; when Francis was principal. county office as assistant superintendent thorough investigation by that county had submitted eight
cost of IS representativefood increases from four package of eight. until late in 1976.. quite a When Casey pressed the three ; move present 'committee to see if many. of projects totaling over $3.5
items has risen 68 per years ago were: 1 dozen eggs, Other meat items all board members to state Just Director of Operations Len- the charges being leveled million, including a $407,000 I
cent from 1972 to last week. 50 cents to 83 cents, a 69 showed Increases. Bacon, Although some of the price' cause, Gaskins replied: nard Register to Hampton as against the program by local city hall, $1,237,000 county jail
This compares rather unfavorably percent Increase; 10 lbs. of which was selling for 78 cents rises are drastic, they are ..:"What 'I stated is cause principal; assign former officials are correct. complex $600,000 in street _
with a 44 percent potatoes 68 cents to$1.19, a 75percent pound four years ago, is now usually pretty much explain-;' ,enough for me.- Maybe It's appointive Superintendent "We have communities Improvements and others.
increase in the overall cost of Increase; margarine, selling for 89 cents a pound. able.. High coffee prices,. for. legal and maybe it Isn't." Richard Jockel to a newly being passed over for projects J Jto j
Local officials had been led
living during the past four 60 cents to 88 cents, a 46 Turkey, 38 cents a pound four instance, are the reflection of J.T. Parrish and Vernon created post of director of where'employment is much :
years. percent increase, and rice, 39 years ago, is now 49! cents a a coffee crop freeze last year: Parmenter both cited professionalism elementary,education, and i less. Even more reprehensibleis believe that the county'shigh :1\
The Items surveyed were cents to 78 cents, an Increaseof pound. in South America which is now; as their state-, name retired Bradford administrator the,fact that taxpayers' unemployment rate (18.7 I t
eggs, ground beef, potatoes, 100 percent Both sirloin steak and round beginning to be felt in' the!f.' mepts) of just cause, but did. P.T. Nolin to .a money in these communities percent almost two full points .,;
cabbage roundsteak. coffee, 9Dtem.on\ the checklist to steak have gone up conslderAlvarez ., supply and demand price hipezlbihty. I ,pmt laborate.. part-time post as director of44tiept. was expended on the basis of above the national average)
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margarine, mayonnaise, -''. rt.p: ': : : .: ..: ,.- :)! Casey"aropealadly }puthagIrfg.sperationddatrM: 4nfprirt8l1ot ?1ivee< 1lIy.Y", ""
lettuce, blackeyed peas, A decreasing> supply of cited the law to the board '"Anything less and I don't elected officials who 1 had-w t +?.pwj4uwefTY:chance<10iNt _: .t?;, ,..
frankfurters, rice, bacon, cattle is the reason beef prices 1 members. see how you can expect me to every reason to expect that Florida) gave it good
sirloin steak and turkey. Of have been and will keep on After the meeting Casey do the job," Casey stated their projects were going to be for receiving at least some
the 15 items. 13 had gone up in going up.Other told attorney Wolbert he In- strongly, arguing he needs the funded. grant money
price, one had remained the tends to seek a writ of mannew hneup'to complete compliance Fuqua said that he would EDA officials explained the
same and ons had gone downin less drastic price In- damus to enjoin the board to with the new state also Introduce legislation to failure of many small counties
price. creases reflect the increasingcosts agree to his nominations. education accountability law. fund those meritorious like Bradford to receive funds
Most drastic increase, of of labor and the If the conflict moves into which requires schools to projects that met the by saying that although the
course, was coffee, which has packaging and handling of court proceedings, attorney document competence of stu established guidelines and unemployment rate may be a
food.
risen in price 63 percent this prepared Wolbert, since he is an emdents in basic skill areas. This where counties and municipalities high figure, the actual numberof
year alone and a whopping 270 ployee of the school board, work must be completed by had expended con- persons looking for work is
percent for the four year i Local Wiim Dixie manager would represent the board. July 1, Casey said, asking the siderable sums just to meet a small number. On the other
period. A one pound can has Randall Milton says people Supt. Casey would, at least board to approve his staffing the requirements to fill out the hand, a large county with a
jumped in price from 48 centsto also seem to be buying more initially, be forced to secure changes.his applications. somewhat lower un-
$1,78, and this is a sale of everything these days, and own legal counsel. Should Casey's suggested formula "It's not right and one of the employment rate may have
price. 1 that in spite of the increasedcost the matter remain unwould have done away with worst cases of mismanagement six or seven times as many
Another item more than of everything. "there's resolved, a trial would result the present position of and bureaucratic persons actually unemployed.
doubling in price over the four still a lot of junk food sold." over the issuance of a writ of (See Page IS) bungling I've seen," Fuqua (See Page )
was ground beef. In the
tall of 1972, three pounds couldbe
purchased for 79 cents; it ? 15)I

now increase.A cost. $1,99, a 151 percent $ I42OOOSalary Raise Approved For I I"This

bag ((24 oz.) of frozen _
blackeyed peas cost 38 centsin Voting unanimously last Differing positions on the Executive Council will be for instructional personnel and a is a public hearing,

1972. The same bag now ___ ___, -. .._ _.__ Thursday, the Bradford status of the 1976 teacher the teachers to either approveor 17.9 per cent raise given to not a question" and answer
n session.
school board approved Supt. contract negotiations are now reject Jockel's proposal on school administrators in
Richard Jockel's recommendation stated by Eddie the salaries. The vote of the August had been made retro- Wolbert explained that the
WJ1fii!! Takes Over to revert to the spokesman for Douglasi teachers will not be on the active to July 1, and that board is free to disagree with

Jimmy Alvarez got right down to business Tuesday as he took board's original salary offer Board, and George Loper, contract entoto, Loper says, teachers deserved this same the special master's findings
iiUrT\ over the Property Appraiser's post he won In last September' made in August, but made it spokesman for the BEA. declining to speculate on whena "just consideration" by the and that it is presented the
election. lie had no time to sit and admire his surroundings, effective Dec. 13 costing The bargaining process is vote on the entire contract board. report and it then makes the
however, as homestead exemptions arriving this week and teachers some $64,000. finished for this year, Douglassaid might take place. Loper told the board more final determination itself.
) other matters are keeping him busy. lie says the Job doesn't Rejected by Supt. Jockel 'l "We intend to exercise the equitable salary increases Dotty Cranford, a five-year
s seem quite so complicated as he had thought It might be, but and the school board were The school board has gone full limit of the law," Loper "would help heal the bitter teacher in the county noted
four of the five through the entire bargaining Differences with the wounds surrounding circumstances that teachers have not been
that there's a lot to learn. Alvarez plans no big changes right recommendations says.
away and is keeping the staff of former Properly AppraiserGene made by the process as outlined by state school board left to be negotiated tonight." given a raise in two years, and
Long, who held that post for 24 years before leaving office special master called in to Law and outlined by the Public are salary and retroactivity "This is not a bargaining that the current board offer
help resolve the contract Employee Relations Committee Loper says. session," Gaskins cut in. would mean only a $45 a
dispute between the board and IPERC), Douglas "This fight is not over," the In response to a question month raise for her whichwasn't
the county's public school states, contending the '76 BEA spokesman stated from Julia Griffis, a teacherin even enough to offset
Monday.Marvin instructors, which' were teacher contract negotiationsare Tuesday the audience, on why the the rise in her electric bill.
Rosier represented as a bloc by the now final.Teachers No contract for 1976-77 has figures in the special master's "As a taxpayer, I resent '
Bradford Education Association will receive the been approved by the report were at such variance your having brought in a
Thursday, Jan. 1 a local teachers' union. school board approved pay in- teachers, Loper says. His with those presented by board special master and then
Jockel's recommendation crease effective Dec. 13, position is that there is no chief negotiator Eddie ignoring his findings" said )
has not yet been put before the Douglas says, whether they contract. Douglas, Gaskins said: (See Page 15))
Chamber Commerce Mayor Of Lawtey teachers. approve Supt. Jockel's Douglas says there is some
Board of Governors The special master had proposal to the school board or question on whether the con- BEA Unit ReactsTo
12:15Monday. recommended that the not. If teachers reject the tract items other than salaryare
teachers be when to them binding. The school board
given a $300,000 proposal put by
it late in the it be it will
Although came study now to sure
Jln. 10 tried under the
package contract, and that the the BEA Executive Councilthe has to operate
meeting, Councilman Marvin work for them rather than
salary Increases be made school: board in lieu of a terms of the contract,Douglas
Rosier was selected by fellow against them.In .
Bradford CountyCommission councilmen as Mayor-Com other action the Lawtey retroactive to July 1. His contract,will have to work out says.Although. Salary ProposalThe
short the one-hour
,
report also noted that insurance some rules under which
missioner for the
next Council
t:20a.m.Union year. : contributions by the teachers will work, Douglas session last Thursday saw
Following the swearing in of Decided to purchase board, currently $208.50 per says, until adoption of a some frayed tempers and reactions of the Bradford Education Association's Collective
from the three
re-elected gasoline gas teacher sufficient. contract. chairman Arthur Gaskins had Bargaining Team and I he numerous teachers that were in lit-
General newly incumbents are
Hospital stations in Lawtey four the teacher- tendance the public hearing of December 30 1976 included I ('
11:10 p.m. Ben McCulley and John This insurance item was the The school board is acting in to gavel
months at time rather than
a dominated audience back to following position statement presented by BEA t ruirftiininKspokesman (
Robertson, Rosier made these changing each month from only one accepted by Jockel the public interest and in the
Brooker City Council appointments: Streets Ben and the board. interest of the public order on one occasion.In George Loper.
one to the other; involved to a question I. The meeting was a complete mockery of a legislati\i-
1p.m. McCulley, Robertson Making the original salary employees Douglassays. response hearing.
from teacher spokesman
assisting; Dum nltation scale proposal retroactive to 2. All board and administrative action 'arro'I'y "re
whether the app
Loper stated George Loper on
No Tuesday,
Tuosday.Jan,11Hampton. Robert Scott, Buster Bennett
December 13 only, the board hearsed.
.. the bargaining is not board had read the special
Water Buster process
assisting; saved some $84,000 from the The chairman of the hoard admitted
finished If the teachers reject master's report and back- 3. as much alter Humecting. '
Bennett. McCulley assisting .
;
City Council total $206,000 set aside for .
material furnished by
Jockel's the ground
Supt. proposal
7:20 p.m. Finance John Robertson, instructional staff raises for teacher bargaining team of the BEA, board attorney J.J. 4. The recommendations of the Special !Master, tin impartial '
Bennett assisting. the 1976-77! school year. BEA under Florida law has Wolbert said "This Is not an unbiased third party, were totally ignored
Union County5c..I.'d The Proposed Land Use The savings is realized in the perogative to ask the inquisition," and added that 5. The right of the public to make inquiry was severely ignored. i I
Plan for Lawtey is now on dis that teachers voted to reject school board to sit back downat both sides could assume so. 5. The right of the public to make inquiry was severely
'p.m.VVednesclav.J.n.12. residents the City Hall. All the board's proposed salary the bargaining table within "We wouldn't have called restricted. i
are urged to study it schedule, which gave substantially five days of the request. this meeting if the board had 6. The board demonstrated nothing but contempt toward the
to make sure it does not con higher raises to not read the report," said collective bargaining process and the teachers.
flict with present or proposed teachers with more than 10' Gaskins. 7. The board has steadfastly refused to negotiate teachers .
Lake Butler needs. As carefully explained years in county teaching Steps by the BEA bargaining Loper told the board the salaries. ,
Council by Sam Mutch from Regional experience, during the first unit after last report"reinforces what we'vebeen 8. The board's position statements often contained erronivnm ...
Planning Council In Gainesville week of the current school Thursday were to put Jockel'sproposal saying all along." He and contradictory information.
.11.II.m'l while this Is not a strict year. The board saved a reported .' before the BEA Exe- said the teachers were still 9. The board's action was punitive and vindictive;; ,
... zoning classification State Marvin Rosier' $800 per day while the cutive Council yesterday willing to negotiate, but that 10. The board totally ignored further attempts by the' IlKA; In
Stjr, dommunUjji Law requires that this)Stan be New Lawtey' Mayor talks continued. Total monies (Wednesday. Jan. S), "any consideration not to compromise. : t
state Bank ,adhered to by the county and Received a written now necessary: to meet the Teachers, Loper says will be make the contract retroactiveto 11. The salary proposal adopted by the board m absolutely "
city. Mulch pointed out that complaint from Mrs. Kitties requirements of the salary asked to vote on the recommendation August 23 would be an In- unfair in other salary increases to other board pcryonitvl.!
a._a.Ms aw IuwM. use this la to be a workable plan to requesting that the City be schedule: have dropped from of the Executive justice to the teachers." 12. Contrary to what the board thinks the issue tire net resolved _
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P/4 rM--.Mlt tmiirMcl C.1p'LL = safeguard and Lawtey In future aware. of proper procedures' at the $203,000 figure to about CounciL ,He noted that a 19.9 per cent There is still an unfair labor practices null! ivndintf and
I years, residents should See Page is) $IUooe. Recommendation of the raise given to the board's non- the BEA is considering other litigation.r. .

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Naina Exchanae Harper Vows and Dec.Richard 29 In White Virainia [ / 64./ide l/Yite Jf W.i !1e I



:Miss\i Militia Jean Harper ofMiirlinslmrg. Ambassador. Camp at Peaksof Among those attending with
: \ W. Va.. Oiler, Bedford Va. the bride and groom's parents Wooly Socl.ly Ctlilor
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laughter, of. Iti-v and and Mrs.licorge Rev. Harper, minister of the were the bride's brothers and "" "'-- .. .... ...- ___ ------J
I.. Jl.irix.-r of Starke.iiiul First United Methodist sisters and in laws: Hev. and "
; ItuhardIle(1 \\1111,-, son Church. Starke performed Mrs. George L. Harper, Jr. orI.umberton Gayle Hatcher Methodist Benefit Luncheon
,of :Mr and Mrs CcniUIhilc" the ceremony. He wrote a N.C.. Tom rr I
nl llunii, Vi were mutt*! in special litany for the service Harper of Baltimore, Md., Brunch Honoree' To Be Held January 18
in.i 1'1'1 i ago U'odnesday.DiivmlHT and the bride. and groom Hev. and Mrs. Don Lewis of
) at', otl:l p.m. lit the wrote their own vows. Wake Forest N.C.. Mr. and United Methodist The luncheon will include a
""1111 HII' tluipcl I of. the Royal The bride wore a handmade !Mrs. David Harper of Atlanta December28Miss The will have a soup and sandwich, drink tincl, dessert'
beige floor length colonial and Miss Jody Harper of chili Women luncheon in ,FellowshipHall Donations\ arc'$1 :r i..o., Tjiki- out.

style gown and carried two Starke, Gayle Hatcher, April 8 Tuesday, January 18, orders are wi-lcome.
John Kenneys single, red roses.Relatives After a brief honeymoon the bride-elect, was com- on 11 a m. to I p m. to raise The luncheon is the second
and friends couple will live in Alta Vista, plimented at a brunch from for the building fund. in a series to In- held h> I In-.
Host Rehearsal enjoyed the unusual setting as Va. wh..reMr. White will be in Tuesday at last week in the A money Met hfKlistomen 1 lur'Ih,
the lake was frozen and snow commercial I flight school and Pecan Room of the Garden lentil of the building hind
and ice covered! the ground. Mrs..; White plans to be Restaurant. Woman's ClubToMeetJan. Til'k'ls'jII'{' available lit I Un
Dinner Dec. 28 .
After the wedding a cook employed as a teacher. Hostesses were Mrs. John church oil ice.Johnnie
out was held Mitchell and daughter, Mrs,'
:Mr and :Mrs John \\, 12 DobbsCelebrates
Jim Hardee, Mrs.
O.L.r
Kcniicy Sr entertained ;il a
MethodistWomen Hold Haynes Jr. and daughter
,dinner Tuesday
I lecemlH-r) ,'party II. at their home Anne, and. Mrs. V.J. Spenglerland The Woman's Club of Starke 80th
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'lur Iheir son. JohnV' ",'nlll") '. Installation January 4 daughter, Debbie. will meet Wednesday.
.Ir.. mill Ins liam.'.... I'riscillj The head table of the U- January 12. for the regular Birthday Jan. 1
tables held a center
shaped and business
Sljilneckcv. following the !Mrs (Olin White was Concerns Mrs. 11.11. Adams of red pom-- luncheon
arrangement ,
couple's Ntsl l 'ing( ichi'ursal.! installed president of the and Mrs. James M. Barron; settias. Down the length of the meeting.
International com Johnnie n' DnMifclehriitcd
'I heiahlv / i vuvrcdulh.: .. United Methodist Women at Christian Social Involvement, The -
I linci loth with lace J.T. tables was a garland of ivy mittee with Mrs. A Hussell Ins llnlli lnrllul.iv.J.IIHI.IIA
.I i III'I-t"i! the general meeting Tuesday Mrs. Titus Olson and Mrs.
(under" and -mercd with a morning lit the church. Carver; Local Church interspersed I with poinsettias.1Bridal i Norman, chairman. will *' in '" I III'' I"in'ul''\ o.i.\cicil
cards marked t them -"
place luncheon- and lush nriiiTirr"Mil' i al, lli'c'linniio ,
pink and li.irgundy roseiciilcipicir Activities, Mrs. J.W. Hitch; rharge-of-thc | > '
seating arrangement for the,
will) |pink ca ndles. Rev George L Harper and committee on program.Cohostesses. Ins sun III l.iu .I'"i'
Thiity !guests 1 eno| >i-d t theinvasion installed the following officers nominations Mrs. V.J. 30 guests. will be Mrs daughter! :Mr and Mis, \ I I.
loMTVowith Mrs White: vice Spengler chairman, Mrs.. Out-of-town guests were E.A. Hall Mrs. Kwell: Lawson \Miilcliead.1 Sr
'I the dinner wax scMved by president Mrs. Drew Warren Winkler Mrs. F.W. Mrs.Jewell Weaver of Davenj, Mrs. Paul Raymond. The fifty tending! included.
\1,. .loan) Iyi.) Miss: (.iaillirddish lU-ddish. secretary Mrs. Strickland and Mrs. Howard port Fla., mother Miss. Mrs. J.K. Reddish Mrs. L G! his dl1ldn'n.11': ;arlllI.l is.
: and; :Mrs l'avolirillllsll Randolph Newland Meyer. prospective groom Powell Mrs. WT. Jackson. Alvin Dnlihs' of! I'.il.ilk.i; Mi
: << treasurer. Mrs. AJ. Eaves Donna Weaver and Miss Mrs. A.K McKae and :Mrs and :Mrs l :M.iriell I linhh.l nt i
'I'll"rid i Uanil groom III. Plans were discussed for the Karen Knight of Davenporti11rs. )) C.H. Nasuorlhy :Madison. :.Mrs \\ ill.iniDockcr.v '
Hall of '
Edna
ini-sculi-d. gilt to Ihiir.illeiid.ints chili and soup luncheon to be Waverly'* I) "I
during) tin- dinner..S1r'r'lrlr Group chairmen installed held at the church on January. Johnson Hall Ga.of, Jacksonville Miss Carolyn and i it Homemakers Club Springs l mil Mi s ,1111
wore: Mrs. George Huggms. IK from II a.m. to 1 p.m. t Iteddish. Sr :Mrs \ 1l111utehead.
Group I I.: Mrs. Donald Mrs. Sarah Barton of Atlanta. .Ir :ind l lannlt ,,,'
To Meet Jan 20 "
S"WillY Thornton. Group 2: Mrs. V.J.Spongier. Mrs. A.J. Eaves conducted The hostesses presented the, j-- doS Mr: inil :Mrs 'loin) ttib.a. '
ft Chin* Croup :i.; 11rs.Huh".t the pledge service after which honoree with a canister set as bake I Butler .and' I I.. ,;iunlchddreu
(irl""-!!. (Group 4Depart the new officers took over and a memento of the occasion.JBIRTHS S The Bradford CountyHomemaker's and Iwo ,'
Tin .' ,/ IH HMMI; l'lall
; /!//. 11I / finished the meeting. A new Club has clnldifiiFLORIDA
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7-lOfi.m. I nu>nt chairmen: budget was presented and changed its meeting date from
Sill n-tfinliiiliini I ,In' Christian I'crsonhood. Mrs.II approved.A Jan 13 to Jan. 20 at 10 a m. at
I initinn' ;ninituin/; M\ Hicharcle! and Mrs. II.C the Bradford County
gift was presented to Mrs. > Agriculture. Building.
Hitch Supportive
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frli4 li.JfB! i be
will
Community.) Mrs.\ Henry Henry Godwin, retiring 11ELEGANTLY The program
1 '6 2icg 1 13 Godwin: (Christian Global l Mr. and Mrs. Mark Patray presented by a representativeof ,
of Starke announce the birthof r the Continental TelephoneCo.

a son, Marcus Gratten, born -' '-' ::: '- ,,-.' THEATREFri
Dec. 14 in Alachua General COTTON-Feminine, romantic and definitely All meetings are open to the
presidentfiofe Hospital.Mr. cotton. This El Buzon design for Maid of Cotton Kathryn public and guests are always
Tenkhoff combines the lustre of polished cotton with the Influence welcome. Sat Sun
of Eastern color and motif for a show-stopping ball-
and Mrs. Ogden Bates gown. Double ruffles form the collar and cuffs, and the waistIs Warren Oates In
of Jacksonville were weekend .. accentuated with a cummerbund above the full, flowing
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robbie skirt. Brilliant hues of scarlet, violet, indigo, and blue are "Dixie Dynamite"PLUS
Shaller. starkly contrasted on the black ground.

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and deck minor into the Presbyterian manseon ..A1' :;
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t Bessent road Dr. land is ..
Magic "
Jtilm the new minister of the First DRIVEINFri
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s. ,.; ,1 S Presbyterian Church, Starke. .... '/

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Mr. andJUrs. B.D. O'Neal of Sat
: Kingsley Lake will celebrate
-ELI From Embryo To WomanIn
1517 Bessent Road their 22nd anniversary on
January 7. Mrs. Stella CXNeal:
Dorene Neumans 4' -WeeksEfflBRYG
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96463009645149 is recovering from an ,
operation she underwent
on
I: Will Be Closed From Nov. 5.Friends. James DavisEngagement

derail of Mac Baldwin will Told \ ]
Noon Sat. Jan Until regret to hear he broke a big
toe in a home accident on Sun-
Mr. and Mrs Karncsi
I Friday Jan 14. day. Harold !Neumans;
11acclennannoum','
the
Mrs. Lila Caldwell and Mrs.
i We Will Be'Attending' Needle Bill Edwards and daughters, engagement Dorene Elizabeth: l of their, to daughter.James! ROC\HUDSON r4Y
Cynthia and Susan visited Mr. EMBRYO'
Aaron Davis Jr.. of :
son Mr
Work Seminar & A and Mrs. IIK Tyus in ,
w Meeting Tallahassee last Thursday.Mr. and Mrs. James Aaron Ia\) is
.Ywl
of Theressa. G\:
Buying Trip In New York City. and 'Mrs.! Tom Casey Miss !Neumans w ill\ lie a 1977!

and family, Johnnie Hobbs, graduate of Baker County.
Wade Winkler, Mr. and Mrs. High School. PLUS
When We Return We Will Hove Mr. Davis is a 1974 graduateof
mastei crtargi Marion Payne and daughter,
Bradford Thomas
High School McCormick'
Lots Of New Ideas & GpodiesAnd Nancy and Mr. and Mrs. Wedding plans will be
Connie Clark and family
spent
;I1r ft ft announced at a later dale "Sasqua"RATED
tx last
Sunday to Wednesday
Will Resume Our Free Cross Stitch
skiing at Blowing Rock, N,C, PG

: Work Shop Everyday At 2.00; P.M. & Our Mrs. Marguerite Corn of l UM.U'ATKKItlI('I.t'H IESL'I.TS: i: Sun Mon

(). '-' Palm Springs, Calif was first
Sale.
of the week guest of Miss .Kil: Wainwright and Eddie Billy Dee Williams In

.. Madge Middleton.Mr. Wainwright were the winning! "Blast"PLUS

\ Genlry I I and Mrs. Robert Barks- couple al I I Duplicate Undue

-...... dale and grandson. Cody Tuesday and Jeff night Urensh.illveie\Dolly I\unl-t!
/ Barksdale of Ilumboldt, Tenn
second 1 and Mrs. Cl>diIt
Hale 'n' are staying with Mrs. Vergie Terwillegjr. Jr and :MrsS.W Pam Grier In
hearty, Barksdale at Hampton Lake lI.1nllllonl'rl' third
while !Mrs. Barksdale is
with Formica'tops, visiting her. father J.W USEBRADFORDCOUNTY "T.N.T. Jackson"RATED

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.. :.Mrs\ Thomas. Grady and Mr. and Mrs. Jennings Mrs. Lou Struth and
:Misvlnui Beal of Orange r 4-- Rogers of Ocala were Sunday daughters Kathy and Martha
I IMikuie. Monday guests of ; visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Ben and Mr. and Mrs Bobby Case\.
:Miss Madge\ MiddletonMs Rowland and family of Lake City spent
the weekend with Mr. and Fla'
: Susan Stodghill and W.O Mark Crawford has returned Mrs. Rod Strulh in Plant City. ac e,
sons and Bill Brewer of to Fort Hucker Ala. s .
:Melbourne were holiday after being home on two Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm aU st'
guests of Mr and Mrs. Larry week's leave. Pownall, Jr. and family of ry0
Baker. Hamilton N.Y. are visitinghis
,, Dr. and Mrs. R.E. Dopsonand mother Mrs. Pownall Sr.
Mrs Jewell Johns and n son spent the weekend for two weeks.
Carlton Kaulk of Jacksonville A 4 with Mr. and Mrs Bill Coulter
had as Thursday overnight v"glift4.F Arcadia.. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Reddish S
guests Brad Carter and Gray and family of Pensacola spent You'll Find
Flynn of Starke. Saturday and Mrs. Louie Bell Parks returned the weekend with his mother '\t:
Sunday guests were Jeannie last Friday after two Mrs. P.D. Reddish ant Only Fine Name Brands
Kuulk and Victor Nettles weeks visit with Mr and Mrs. family. p .pS
George Parks in Roswell, Ga +
Mr and Mrs and Mr and Mrs.Bill Parks in Bill McClane of Jackson- c.1'" DeVanes Checkout
Levon Atlanta. ville spent the weekend with ,
Andrews and
family spent the Mr. and Mrs. "
holidays with their his parents The Assorted
son and McClane. Racks Of Red Eye-
daughter Jimmy Andrewsand Mr. and Mrs. II.A. Lawson Huston

Joy Andrews Mo.. in Independence were visiting in Mr.Tallahassee and Mrs. Charles Sunday Joey Jordan of Live Oak and Bobbie( Brooks-Aileen Russ Togs & Bod in
North ,
of
Lawson. They were joined by Cheri Sims Augusta
Mrs. Bill Morar and childrenof S.C. were last Friday visitorsof
Mrs CK
Whitehead of and Mrs. II.A. Lawson,
Mr.
Panama City. Enroute
Kmgsley Lake and Mrs Reduced To SellOut
Lucile Stoughton of Doctor'sInlet home they visited Mr and
Local admittances to Bradford
Mrs Joe Jordan in Live Oak.
flew to llendersonville, COLORFUL COTI'ONCandycane County Hospital this O
:\ C. to the In shades of
spend New Year's stripes or-
holiday ith Mr. and Mrs ange, green, and blue give vivid week Include: John Hagan Mrs., MISSIE
(Chlf demons. color to this evening gown Lonnie Fullwood I /
from the wardrobe of Maid of b Laurenza Levesque Mrs. Price
Cotton Kathryn Teni Koff. The Mary Williams, Mrs. Lovie .T1
Mrs..1 D. ( :
lodge Sr. and
Griffis Mrs. DRESSES2
Teal Traina design features a Childree Joe M. ,
:Mrs
Lorraine Khule and full skirt topped with a scoop- For. Jimmie Teems Mrs. Blossom Must Sell '
daughter Shannon of Falatka necked sleeveless bodice and Greene and Mrs. Ruby Law-
were' last Thursday luncheon } t
matching bolero. son of Starke; Mrs. Willie
guests of Miss Madge ., McVeigh of Keystone .
:\l1ddlelon.) { ;
Heights; James Baxley and
y
'
Brian Pulling of Maitlandwas w ( Mrs Carol Phillips of Lawtey. 1 Counter Of Ladies Assorted
Mrs: H O. Dansby of Starke Thursday to Sunday guestof
;and son and daughter-in-law. Mr and Mrs Curtis Edwards Mr. and Mrs. Pat Farns-
C.ipl. and Mrs\ Mickey Dans- and daughter Rhonda worth were called to Tampaon 4 : i
hv of Gainesville, visited Mrs. Brian and Rhonda returned to Monday by the death of his SPORTSWEARSell
I ian"bv's mother Mrs Mar- their studies at FSU on Sunday I father, H.C, Farnsworth Sr.
\in Andrews; in a nursing .
home. in Columbus Ga. last Tommy Reddish spent last Out Priced At
Thursday I Mr. and !Mrs John Pare of week in Wilmington Dela. '
Orlando, Mr and Mrs. J.!M visiting friends. ?
:
:Mr andIrs.: Richard High and family and Ms. W'j'j 50 $1
I lobbs of Tallahassee Mr. and Gayle Thomas and daughterof Mr and Mrs W.R. Royster,
:Mis ,Jimmv I lobbs of Crystal Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Jr and son of North Augusta
River and Mr. and Mrs LW \V.A. Edwards; of Merritt Is- S.C. were weekend guests of
1I.I..ry. of Gainesville; were the land and Mr. and Mrs! Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish
guests of their parents. Mr William Fresby of Longwood and Mrs. Mamie Lou Edwards $300 $500
and( :Mrs .. C Hobbs I during Fla were holiday guests of The Reddishs also had
the I holidays SIMPLY WHITE At home or dinner guests Mr
Mr and Mrs J.l\I. Edwards, as Sunday
Sr. abroad this cotton duo makesa and Mrs. Rex Mixon, Sr. of 1 RackofU&l I ISPORTSWEAR'
:Mis. (U I L Haynes, Jr. took Cotton perfect Kathryn choice Tenkhoff.for Maid The of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs rssortmentOfCastumeJewelery 50BABY
her daughter Mrs Bobby Mrs Gladys Weldon returned Teal Traina design combinesa Rex Mixson, Jr. of New York .f
\\l'Il'h. and| family back to last Friday after two double' .panel pique skirt anda City Mark Mixson of
their home in Memphis'I'enn. weeks visit with her daughter polished cotton blouse with Tallahassee Mr and Mrs
on. TU'I>d..v. and will remain and family Mr. and Mrs. C.M elbow-length sleeves trimmedin W.H. Edwards, Jr of King- SKIN
'I'ail'I'ks.. heavy crochet lace. Moss Lake and Mrs. Mamie Marked Down
lot "" \( "atrick, in West lorida sley SELECTION OF
While there she attended the green and rose ribbon band Lou Edwards of Starke. PANTYGOWNS
Mi and :Mis <'harles'halh'l' wedding her grandson; Gregory the skirt's front panel and forma '
( of Atlanta and son, Merlin Patrick to Linda sell-belt. & HOSE f'
link: Si'ha Her of 1liami.lere Joy Williams on Dec 18. -
cut: sis III>l :Mis. I'J Shaw and ROBES Reg. 't'9
I.III11IIrolll. Tluusdav. Sun- I Don Hardy graduated in December :5 Multicolor-
d.,) from the University of "' '
Reduced To x'684
Florida with a BME degree
(apt and :Mrs J.13. Godwin, ,i.
.h and daughter. Colleen of 1\1\ r. and Mrs Charles .... t SelloutBRA ,
I Fort Itcnnmg. Ca: spentid- Francis and family spent
nesdav to :Monday' with his Thursday to Sunday with Mr Hi-Lo .... .. SCANTY
IwrirntS.1 : :Mr. and :Mrs ,.I.B tind Mrs Charles Hateman in, 11II. :;,
(CotlwinISr.' 'at Lake Butler 'oiUuuloMr! ,. !?' I : RANTY .,6 r
SHAG 4
and lelalives in StarkeMrs f '' ; 7" \
\ and !Mrs J.C. Dukes Pall HOSE 7
,
Lox Gieen;. visited her had a family dinner Dec. 27 Were :1 \
MIM and tanuly..lr: and Mrs for Mrs Leona Dukes on her ...,, I
\\ II Green; 'in Tallahassee hirt helay. $ 99 ;}
ALL \ 50
I 1 i'ul.i) lo Sunday MrsV .H. hart Mrs Edith J& 8 PRINCE I'S tJO 63 ( \ \

Mis. U II Halt.. spent the linstiansen.. and Mrs Ella Installed
luilid.iss. with her daughter Moody visited Mrs L.VV MATCHABELLI l
mil Inully. :Mr and 11rs. Strickland in \\' ld\lOOlI I last Includes 60 Oz. Pad JUMPSUITS&LONGDRESSES (
\likc Mav. in I Ha"<11J's Thursday COLOGNE '

\ (hailes. Fink and Stan Heddish. Darlene TealTileGCarpet 25 % OFF REDUCED-SOME % Price
Inldicn i.I l Green;. Cove I lobbs. Handy hilty. Carol
"" 1..11 I i'd her niolher.Mis ..
pr11igs:. \ It lodworth( and Gayle
I;Ii.i :MiNxlv, on. rndavMis Hatcher. have returned to the

I.' \\ ladles was' in alter I'diversity\ lieing home of. South for the Florida holi- Super Savings For The Men In

(steals' "\1'1', ,the weekend (". s.
u-ilmg i /: Mi and Mis L A.
Uikh E. Call St. Starke, Fla.
:Mrs\ Vanessa Wagnl'r'as 1 Rack Of Your LifeBoy's
(In Old Stumps Bldg.)
\1.." N\ K llcilong has had (in the Deans/ list at Lincoln
.visitins'' :Mi' mill Mis 1I 1-' \' :Memorial University ""ITO' Boy's Long Sieve f
gal*.Tenn ml he last 964-7423 *
I lltiloim. ill .l.uksomille! on quarter 1 Rack Boy's
"siinil.it and :Mr and :Mis
\\ II MfmmeuT )it Jaiksonille LEISURESHIRTS LEISURE Pull Over
Moiid.iviuonn :
\ mi
Short SleeveSHIRTS

\ those' attending. the
liincial. dl..III'S "Eta; Powell JACKETS
I old at :\11'1'1'111) (Island I'ucs h'l
1.1l'l"k.
|Iry alteiniinn nl
>\1:1'1.: .. and :Mis deoige( 1.at l
"I'livvcll ul '('\lllIn. :Nl' Ml: 2001 $500 $300 '

and."n Mi",llcilne llubcil. and Green Mrs: and J 1 y ajr in Starke OFF /) ''s i'I I'

.1 I II Kields nl :S6uke..., Mis A
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I- 111111,1 I.iimn dl ltald\\mand '
Mi- ;and \I vs hailes Holds TWOBIT.ALEHAPPY Q, I
nl .l.ii'k-nrn i illectrl .

Farah YOUIcelootDress /
SLACKS
MEN S
( Uiggins .n.tinned las) OFF \ '
week .illi. .. u nniilh uiSt t. \in DAYS MENU
a ent'sIncL'dl I ('('nleilieif.
})"IIIIIII'r\lI'1I1 Icgsuigeiv' Ills ALL *
.nil (..dieiggiiK dl I 1.'<111"- BEEF HAMBURGER ........................................... 25
bum (..aisiled( him Sat. ur- ALL MENS ONE RACK MEN'SLONG ,

il.iv In \VcdiiesdavMr ( FRENCH FRIES................................................ 25C .. LONG SLEEVE SLEEVE t
LONG SLEEVE
..111(1Ir.., I U! KeltN: DRESSSHIRTS
-,-iH-nl I the weekend with :Mr R ERALTDET! DQ SHAKE. ..................................n.... 25 LEISURESHIRTS f r
LEISURE
mil :Mis li.inv \\.I..d. at 5'
Met l ,i lilt I..mil and with her DQ SUNDAE..5 ,

iniillici, Mi". .1.1110.ud at14x'a.I -------------------- ----------------- BY ARROW &

I I'al'h: ALL- BEEF iI FRENCH---I I SHIRTS Now VAN HEUSEN J 'A\

:shellie and JI'-1I11 Mai..ling nlI I

I I'.1 I.uud (1'ilx spent l.ilU'. HAMBURGER FRIES 20 % OFF P22 o $ 10 oo 20% OFF 'THOM
wall 'them l'.grandlsuenIS.. l'| :Mi BlJ' l I "r
nod :Mis \\ I. Ili'imaand' c, McAN
Mi andlrs. .lot'' Mailing: I TWO I TWO I I
r
Mi .ind Mis 1'1"1'1.I : / BITS 25 1 \'RJjt; / BITS- 25 I I SHOES ,
\\liilrlii.iil.iiidl.iMiiK and :Ml ..: MEN'S
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II nil.\IIet. :MulliiMol.il. \\('(1- Limit 6 Per Coupon I Limit 6 Per Coupon .:( I LEISURE JACKETS 340$1 9 \
,in,,.>d.igutnt.allh' ;and :\11'" I ( Good Thru I Ir .. Vz
Coupon' Good Thru' 1/12/77 Coupon !1112177L'! .1 ... '. ,
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COME IN AND
<(< IIIn' TKI; K.KM'II;<< ) SHAKE ; SUNDAE'o' ; Men's t
Nfl ..
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1'lIhli..h'd.'n' 1 hiirsil.itut .' CHECKPAHTS r
/ 1:111: \\'.('"'11 Street. s ; K TWO SHOP THE MANY ;
Mil ike, Florldat2anI. :.: TwoS .' 25C1 KNITSUITS \: t 'i'IJ
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:St-mold. ( .lass (p.Mlagr. |>4ilil' I JO4 / e Now SALE ITEMS Now \ .j; ;
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Stib.erlpliar,' !Itau.t I Limit d'Per Coupon I Limit 6 Per Coupon j *V NOT e :. $000 )-/L I

In ruilfiirc.i. : 17r| I Coupon Good Thru 1/12/77 --1 Thru 1/12/77 I $3946 .. '.-
>nary; "| six>r iniHillisI _- MENTIONED :


lutsiilitruilf. ('urt! .,.:;;ilst+ urea* months: InIMT Good at SJARKE iQ:/i / Only 1 Ail Sales Final No Refunds. 1 :


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Have Terms Take Up To 24Mps.. --or 3O-6O-9O Days Same As Casfi.

Filter-Flo Washing Action

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BHS Goes 57-36 r? ,

2J'11.ed '


BySAFor54Season n 4 1. &:






off to a fast start RecordJumping "Both teams played sloppy .

the lirudlord' five were never basketball," BITS Coach ffi'fami1y
'
headed in whipping St. Warney Adkinson said."They ; ",1 lx; centers
Augustine 57-3( Tuesday night/ lust kind ol' out-sloppiccl us. '
in tht! Bradford gym as BUS
got( its fifth win against four absorbed its third loss in
h S4SS. as many outings. The .tuckets

HHS\UlriilHe The go!first up led by period the 13: 21-B.surueith surge"Freddie/ saw 7 shots.the shot floor a Julius poor, hitting 25.8 Johnson percent on 15 led of from SA 58 Iflklt mB[ (DflJB( (! [ 01J(! (L ru 1 L

points, David Walker had 6, scoring with 10 points Keith
Andrew Carter and Kenny Anderson had 12 rebounds.

all Hampton each. Aldridge led BUS goes on the road for its 301 S. Shopping Center Starker Fla.i .
scorers in the
game with 17
The BUS five
next two
paints 1:1: of which games. ,
came in the Q
first half which saw 111 IS takea travel to Macclenny this / '' IINr TOWEL
Friday night. Jan. 7, and to
:33-15 lead. HIS shot 44
per Live Oak next Tuesday, Jan. e I
eenl,1.1 for::14. in the first half. ., : 'I'It.
,
II, for the next two games. ayjyay i
The teams 1 ,
matched points 1? ENSEMBLE
10! -U). in the third period and
UIIS edged SA 12-11 in the lK
lotirth.HIIS. Scor. by oo.rhnlBNS : 1 *

hit 26 of 73 field goal II' 14 10 12 31 BATH TOWELS
attempts :)4) fi percent Little ,A M 7 10 II 3* ,q 1r 1y @b?
Hampton, I the Tornado floor .
BHS Aldridq '! !>, Carltr 10-4, HAND TOWELS
man and assist leader was Hampton,.0.",Godwin' 2-0-4 Walker' ,.
right!! behind Aldridgp! with \IB 014. King I 02. Team totals! 2/-5.00.
.
points DavidValker had 14 SA Hammond 102. Brltton' ,.0.2.And.non ,
5.0.Johnson S-O-IO,Robinson' WASH CLOTHS I ISliqhtly
points and \111; rebounds as he 2 1 I-S,Washington' 102.T..m lotalli IS r
controlled the hoards. a 70.

Irrcq ulair

BHS Wrestlers Have First Home AUTOMATICHEATER

I

Meet Tonight Against Lake Weir POLYESTER

K..

Iliad Iord High School tournament championship in :
\\I'l'olll'rs are looking lor good( his (division which Jornov DOUBLEK
support Irons I the home I hulks( said lea lured some of the
ao i (he lake on Lake Weir tonight toughest wrestlers I nthI.'
\ I "''I1ml'sllilJill1, 6)) at tournament. Deluxe Model
V 'Mi: in the Hlls" gym in theirtIr.I Tom Menu, wrestling! in the NIT
hums mulch of t the season 121: pound weight division, and .
Charles Revel in the 147 pound

(Coach Ted Jornov) says his divison, took second place 58-60" Full Bolts $ 8
Tornado mat men haven't met awards in the tournament 238
Lakeeir in a strictly teamloleani Henry Pete look third place in
situation this \ciir. the Ilil.) pound division.
although, MILS did participate Other competitors expected
in' the Lake Weir Christinas 10 Sloe action in tonight's meet
riiurimmenl I Dec IH. are ,\Montgomery! 107 $100
1"'UlIII! division; !Martin Sol TG&YI
'I I do know this though! : emn. I2H pound division:
ihi'1, 're! a rt'allllll' wrestling Kenneth Cruger, 187 pound \
teuiii aid Coach Jornov.lniir class: Krle: Biggs. 1411 pound I 1'II'dlil'hlrhlI'): led 1111"1 ith I 17 points against SI.uuiisline. .,. B 0 "12Ply 0
( KlIS wrestlers gamed class and Bobby Smith, unlimited \ .scoring!! III:\ limihsl I awards in last month's class.
<(< lirislmas. tournaincut in Both Biggs, who was in- 4
which nine area high, :schiKlsp.ii ( lured, and Smith, who overslept 00000000 TOWELS
"tK'ip.iU'd missed' l the Christmas Bored with winter0 This j is the time to
toe. l.a/onliv. wrestling! in tournament I hut should lie "
ihr l 117 1"'III1t'd..s' won the hack 1 in action tonight.This start planning our "inlljtion garden.



I Baby Tigers! Go 50-39 By Williston Border Trim OOSAYELLE


I mon High's! junior varsity Friday night's game at
"Within Your
IM-kflbailers I went ..inH:\ l lilh.ston h> home with Hawthorne is the (IT
"\ in a road game (cam's biggest test I Drake .
TIII'.d.II/ igh I to ,remain un- says.IillSLu. Means Now
Ik''all',1IIh' a IHI(!( mark.\ /)1 ?, II.IMI! Itliiimt led the
Tiger I "- Skein
.l\ with \17 points and 15 reiKiuiuls ,\ HoIlighkiiul had Hi \
i(luiiindsli.iMniind Meet 0& n Sut. "
Uctih iitlded 14 Always. M
"IHHIII.S' and llcrschell Holmes Alter, a 'long holida break YARN 1$100
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Tier Five Second In Christmas Tournev r (}3l] J (l fJ!


c7::; Lake Butler had a total Thomas said, "we [:jaJ eaJ tlW:
"A real great team effort," Yonge of Gainesville and time. played up by 11 points during the
said coach Jimmy Thomas Cross City. of 33 rebounds and Brantley real well and were disappointed game.Jenkins. 0
about the Lake Butler Tigers Lake Butler had 33 reboundsto 28. Walter Filer got credit for that we did not was taken out of the
9'J 72 win over Lake Brantley Brantley's 28, led by Walter three blocked shots and Paul win." The 73- 69 loss came by game with' four fouls but
in the New Smyrna Beach Filer and Paul White with 8 White one. not stopping the "big boy" on returned midway in the fourth A
Christmas Tournament before each White leads the team for the New Smyrna Beach team quarter and was able to get NIllfmmTmmmmmmmm r

losing to the host team 75: 69 the season in rebounds and UCH scoring: from getting the rebound, said the rebounds, according to ...
to take second place in the Filer is second. Perry 161-33, White 10-0- Thomas. Thomas. Quarter scoring had now we Brad weather pretty rough out In El
tourney last Wednesday and The Tigers had six playersin 20, Filer 4- 4- 12, Blount 5-0- the Tigers down each quarter, I'm sure by realize we are Paso,Texas. I think they were
double 10, Holmes 4-210, Jackson 5 "We adjusted how we'wanted 12- 16 in the first quarter, 15: ford Countians glad to get back to the low
Thursday, Dec 29. 30. figures Leading miserable winter.As
0 10, Sirmones 0-2-2, to play and at halftime second third IluntingSeason < in for a wet lands.
22 21 14
Bosie had quarter
"We played' real good ball scorer Perry 33, the situation,
Timmons 1 .0-2. Totals 45-9- 6'6" Dale Jerkins only had 8 we analyze Bradford Bassmasters will
and 21-23 in the
quarter
White and Water!
compared to how have Paul 20 and some
we "
points and one rebound, said Ends This Week \ we find some good Rodman Jan.
fourth to pool 15
return
quarter.
been playing!!: said Thomas Filer 12, and Alfred Holmes, 99.Lake Thomas. The halftime
about the UIIS five's win Jessie Blount, and Willis Butler faced New score bad.The Is that we for the January tournament.
over Smyrna Beach Thursday was New Smyrna 32, Lake Only five players saw actionin The eight-week hunting good part Boats will be launched at
Lake Brantley."We Jackson with 10 each.suffered night after New Smyrna beat Butler 27. The point spread in the game. Bosie Perry had season ends this week, and need the winter rains to bring Kenwood Landing, and the
were' consistent and Mark Timmons anew Father Lopez in play on the game was as close as 4 31 points Paul White, 10, state game officials expect the water table up. When the tournament will begin at 7 a.m
had real good rebound effort, injury during!!: the game to normal,
thestate's rises
points and New Smyrna was Walter Filer 14, Jessie Blount large crowds throughout water table :
Wednesday. and end at 5
and shot" real well from the and is expected to be out at 8, and Alfred Holmes 6. Filer wildlife managementareas. then, and only then, will the William II.p.m.Jackson, Buck
field. Lake Butler has its least three to four weeks. was leading rebounder with lakes stabilize.
biggest problems In Lake Brantley. a Class 4A 11; White had eight. Steve Stafford of the Wild- The bad part is that the and Barbara have to be Norman catching certainly the-
rebounding Thomas said. team had three players in said beating; all
life Bureau taking a
roads
Management are
"If the team continues to double figures. Jim Fry led Thomas, in his sixth year of 3,700 hunters were at Camp dirt roads in Bradford suffer speckled perch in Crescent

play the way we did in the with 21 points, Harold Leroy =-B coaching at Lake school Butler record, said Blanding last week. They in this kind of weather, and Lake.
tournament we will have a 19, and Lou Eberle 12. 4O P they set a new from the field. bagged 11 deer, he said. the worst part is having to Reports on Rodman are
with 45 points about the same. LeRoy
real good said The Tigers led Brantley the The far
season and Paul White Totals so far on the year for travel these roads.
Thomas. Currently Lake entire game with first quarter ) Bosle Perry beating Jackson says he tossed everything
e
All Blanding are 147 deer, 115 mer also takes a
the
were named to out of his tackle box at
Kutleris3-2in regular season scoring 22- IS,second quarter, squirrels and 25 quail. durng the wet winter months.
having lost to Newberry and 30- 10. third quarter 18-21 and 1 Tournament Team. --- I'm sure in a few days the those bass New Year's Day
Santa with wins fourth 29 26. Bosie but didn't do so well.
l Ke over quarter it could
Jacksonville "Kpiscopal.: I.K. Perry had 24 points at half ft ft ft ft T* ft T* ft ft ft *rOr ftCr ft ft ft even weather get will worse change-before it gets See you at Kenwood.

TROUBLED! better. Bass Wishes
Neil Crawford
; Five Goes r 2} love The Gators found the
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58-50 Willistoning
By looking For Peace Of Mind 2} Goes 44-38 By BUS

%} Mrs. Abby Is Here To Help. *'
'Hitting 5:1:t percent of their for its first conference Baby Tornado cagers had a Score by Quarters:

held goals and BO percent: of win. Next Tuesday, Jan. 11, )} SPIRITUAL CENTER, 2} poor first half of play Tuesday BHS t IS 11 USA

their free throws. Union Highhaskt'tballen Jacksonville the Tigers are to travel for to 1},I Palm, Card rolled 58-50 Episcopal a
seventh loss of the
straight
2} BHS.ROM S-J-10.Miller, J-l-7,Shell M.
Williston in non-conference clash.LB beat *
liii'silay' night by
When 12 old Scott Allen of Starke killed his first deer 377-8711 1976.77 season as they were 4.Cummmo.1 0.4, Corbett 204. Carter
in the first year
.1 road game. Episcopal 72.51 Readings by AtIIt,2! } defeated 44-38 by the St. 2-0-4, Hollll 011. Barn 1 0-2,Hamilton 1
It was a Suwannee Con- game of the season. Dec. 31, it was like a scene out of the past. The Remington' !!: auto- 2425S.W. 13th St. varsity five 0 2. Total l-4.Ji..
HTPiice: win for the Tiger five Score by quarter matic shotgun he used was the same gun his father, Bob Allen, At Village Squareftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftft Only *' Augustine junior SA.Anderlon Z-O..Hull MS. Palmer'
.md> ran the season mark to 5- used! to bag his first deer back in 1947. Scott made the kill of the 6 Ben Ross led BUS with 10 7 0-14,Omn 2-1 >. Bell 1-0-2, McDowell i-
LB 11 II II I' 51 point deer in DeKuniak Springs. points. 010. Totalm 21-2-44.
W I 4 14 24 50LB
Lt'lldinlt scorer DoysieIVrry
: led the Tigt'rsIth 23 -Perry'.7 23.H.lm..ZDWh,',
2.I-9, Filer, 4-1-14. Blount 3$-12. T..mtoUll
poinfs. Walter (Filer added 14nid .
21-II-58.
Jessie Hlount 12. The Williston- J.mel7.J.'17, Butler] I...
"Tigers were :23: for 4.J from the Simmon 5010. Edwards '-'.U.
''icld. Williston was 21 of 60 Roomion, 1 04. T..m total, : 11.50..oOCOOQCCCOCCoccaCCC. WE WANT

irom the field or :33 percent.
Paul White, i-2( Tigor center CI
had 8 rebounds; (Filer, had
7 and Perry:r as LB hits a totalof

!liThe 27 rebounds to Wilhston's FAIR YOU, TO

Tigers<< played a real
goml\ hall game defensively! (!!)
aid Coach Jimmy Thomas.
TUIl101'I'OlIi hi Friday. SUPERMARKETS
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CHURCH ACTIVITIES and 3 p.m. on Second and Disney World at Orlando. care in Riverside Hospital in Tim Wilson and his nephew
CHURCH OF GOD: Sunday Fourth Sundays; Prayer Bandat Misses Griffis Gray and by Elizabeth Terry Hill.Mr.. and Mrs. Donald Wilki- ,Jacksonville.Mr. Cortney Dougherty went to
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- noon on Mondays. Faulk came home Saturday Phone 782-3300 son were New Year's evening and Mrs. Jerry Vogler Valdosta, Ga. with the Boy
vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer morning and the others came moved from Portsmouth, Va. Boch. dinner guests of their son and and girls of New Smyrna Scouts and camped for a
Meeting Wednesday 7:30: PERSONALSMrs. back Saturday afternoon.Mr. to Starke on Thursday. Mr. Mrs. Glen Shuford mother daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Beach came by Saturday on week.
p.m. YPE Friday 7:30: p.m. .and Mrs. L.H. Harper of Crane will be employed at the Mrs. Hester Hicks and uncle Daniel Wilkison and daughterof their way home from Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Mos
EVERGREEN BAPTIST: Beulah Norman was a Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Tru- prison at Lake Butler. Their and aunt Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Jacksonville.Mr. Laurinburg N.C. and ate ley and family were Sunday
Sunday School 10 a.m. Wore Christmas dinner guest of her man Norman were New other daughter, Mrs. Ricky Anders visited their brother- .and Mrs. Wayne Harper supper with their parents Mr. dinner guests of their parents.
ship Services 11 a m. and 7 son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Year's dinner guests of their Wolfe,returned with them and in-law and sister Mr. and and Tim of Starke were New and Mrs. Doc Mosley.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Teston
pm T.U.6 p.m. Prayer Meet.ing and Mrs. Edward Roberts and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl will remain with her parents Mrs. Leslie Sweat of Glen St. Year's evening dinner guestsof and Mrs. Tommy Mrs. Truby Wainwright was
Wednesday 7 p m. family. Other, guests duringthe Prevatt. Mr. and Mrs. ManuelStephens Maryg. their grandparents,Mr. and Clayton and Tom Mrs. J.B. a Christmas guests of her son
FAITH BAPTIST: Radio day were Miss Felice Mrs. John Morris Jr. and until her husband returns Mr. and Mrs O.J. Boyetteand Mrs. Carl Prevatt. Other Bradley and Corky and Mrs. and daughter-in-law, Mr. und
Program on WPXE 8 a.m. on Itondez.: Buddy Norman, and Debra of Rockville, Ind., flewin from overseas. family visited their guests were Les Don and son C.R. Crews attended the Mrs. Dock Wainwright Tues
Sunday. Bible School 10 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Lane Carter and on Dec. 20 to spend Christ Mr. and MRs. O.J. Boyetteand brother and sister-in-law, Mr. on Saturday evening and Mr. wedding of her grand- day to Sunday.Mr. .
Worship Services 11 a.m. and family of Miami David Nor- mas with her parents,Mr, and family, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Don Boyette and and Mrs. Buddy Rouis of daughter, Miss Glen Ann and Mrs. llermie Kelly
7:30:: p.m. Prayer Meeting man and girl friend of Mrs. Hubert Priest and Raymond Williams and family of Macclenny on Starke on Sunday morning. Crews, daughter of Marion visited their niece, Mrs. Opal
Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Tallahassee, Mr. and Mrs. Lamar John Morris Jr joinedhis family of Jacksonville and Christmas night. Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Boyette Crews and Mrs. Jean Griffis, Marshburn of Jacksonville on
GRACE UNITED: Buddy Hogg and baby of family on Dec. 23. Other Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Durban Mrs. Tim Wilkerson and and family visited friends in In Wauchula on Dec 22 to Red Tuesday. While they they
METHODIST: Sunday School Warner Robbins, Ga., Mr. and guests were his parents, Mr. and family were family were New Year's Valdosta, Ga. on Sunday,Dec. Harper. They all returned visited their cousins. Mr and
9:45 a.m. Worship Services 11 Mrs. Norman McNeil and and "Mrs. John Morris of Christmas dinner guests of dinner guests of pheir parents, 26. horn and the Clayton were Mrs. Paul Seavers Sr
a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Circle family, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Puerto Rico Miss Cindy their brother and sister-in- Mr. and Mrs. Willard Ben Padgett, Archie and overnight guests of their Mrs. Evelyn Beavan and
Wednesday 9 a.m. Good News Norman and girls of Starke, Morris, their daughter from law, Mr. and Mrs. Fay Durban Browning.Mr. Wayne Crews visited Mr. and mother Mrs. C.R. Crews. On son Dwight of Endicolt, N.Y
Rap Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Danny Norman. Michigan flew in on the nightof and family of Lake But and Mrs. Tom Whaleyand Mrs. Henry Hodges and Thursday she returned home were guests for the Christmasand
Sunday,January 9 at 8 p m. Danny Bennett, and Lacy the 23. The Morrises were ler.Mr. girls of Tampa and family on New Year's Day with them. Friday they all New Year holidays of
the Billy Graham film "HIS Griffis. Christmas dinner guests of the and Mrs. Carl Norman Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mr. and Mrs. James Bow- went to Sanford and were their uncle and aunt. Mr and(
LAND" will be shown. The CORRECTION: Among Priests. Other relatives and sons and Mrs. Darlene Smith and family, Mrs. man and son and Mrs. Vickie dinner guests of the Claytons' Mrs. Alfred Hall on Insole I
film will be preceded by a those who attended the Harley dropped in for a short stay Norman and sons visited their Maines Griffis and children of Crews and son Andrew were uncle Solon Teston. Mrs. Box S2XA.(()
snack supper. Christmas dinner on Sunday, during the holidays. The cousins Mr. and Mrs. Roy Palatka were New Year's New Year's dinner guests of Crews remained until Monday Mr. and Mrs. Wendell KclK
HIGHLAND BAPTIST: Dec. 19 were Mr. and Mrs. Morris Seniors and Miss Smith of Seville on Wednesday evening dinner guests of their their mother. Mrs. R.W. Bow with them at which time her of Lake Worth stopped by .Frl.1
Sunday School 10 a.m. Wore Sumpter Harley of Lawtey Morris left for home Dec. 27, .Mrs. Norman came home mother, Mrs. Nellie Wilkinsonand man of Jacksonville.Mr. daughter, Mrs. Hilda Wood- day afternoon on their wy;:
ship Services 11 a.m. and 6 whose names were left out in and the Morris Juniors on Saturday and the Carl Nor- sister Mrs. Daisy Boch. and Mrs. Ralph Jacobs ward of Largo, went to Jack home from a visit uilh their
p.m. Prayer Meeting Wed- error last week. Dec. 31.Sincere. mans returned on Sunday Mrs. Maines Griffis and and son of Gainesville and Mr. sonville and picked her up and parents Mr. and !Mrs Irving
nesday at 7:30: p.m. Miss Arthurine Blanchard sympathy of the Mrs.Doris Harrison and son family remained for the week and Mrs. R.G. Williams and brought her home on Wednes- Campbell of C'harlestown. 1ml.
LAURA BAPTIST: Sunday spent the weekend with Mrs. community is extended to of Jacksonville visited their end.Mr. sons were Christmas dinner day. They remained l with Mr and
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser Lone Hightower of St. Mary's, Mrs. John Tye Sr. and other uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. O.J. Boyetteand guests of their parents Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Mrs. Hermie Kelly until Saturday |
vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Ga. relatives because of the deathof O.J. Anders on Saturday family and mother Mrs. and Mrs. Raymond Bryan. Prescott and Mr. and Mrs. afternoon.Mr. .
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Mrs. Fate Redd of Macon, her husband, John Tye Sr., afternoon.Mr. O.J. Boyette Sr. attended the Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Wilki- Vaughn Prescott and familyof and Mrs. Randy Hayes
7 p.m. Ga., returned home on Mon- who passed away on Friday. and Mrs. Harold Jones -funeral of her sister Mrs. Mae son and daughter and Mr. and Kingsley Lake, and Mr. and and Mr. and Mrs. Wane
NORTIISIDE: BAPTIST: day after spending Christmasand Pastor and Mrs. Jim Hall and family Mr. and Mrs. Wright, in Faydette Ala. on Mrs. Marcus Jarette of Jack- Mrs. Floyd Norman and son Teston and daughter were
Sunday School 10 a.m. Wore New Year's holidays with and family were Wednesday David Wilkerson and family Wednesday and returned on sonville were New Year's were New Year's dinner Christmas eve evening! dinner
ship Services 11 a.m and 7 her mother, Mrs. O.J. Phillipsand overnight guests of their Mrs. Linda Crawford andJennifer Thursday. dinner guests of their parents guests of their parents. Mr. guests of their parents, Mr.
p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday brother Danny. brother-in-law and sister, Mr. of Jacksonville and ''Thomas Padgett and Miss Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wilki- and Mrs. Leonard Norman.Mr. and Mrs. Karl: Teston and
7 p.m.SIIYH'IIA. Ralph (Futch Heff and and Mrs. R.T. VanArsdall II Mr. and Mrs. Warl! Wilkersonand Laura Box were Christmas and Mrs. J.F. family.
: MISSIONARY Karen of Black Mountain of Lakeland. They were family were New Year's dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. son.Sincere sympathy of the Robertson, Mr and Mrs. J.C. Mr.and Mrs. Oscar Van/ant
BAPTIST: Sunday School 10 N.C were Thursday overnight Thursday night and Friday dinner guests of their parents, Henry Hodges and family. community is extended to Beach Mr. and Mrs. S.L. of Callahan visited Mr lint!
a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. guests of their aunt. Miss guests of their parents, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Wilkersonand Other guests were Mr. and Everitt Oliver and relatives Swindell and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil llardce and Mr
and 7 p.m. ITS 5:45: p.m. Elizabeth Terry. On Friday and Mrs. R.T. Van Arsdall of family. Mrs.Wayne Crews and family because of the death of his Mrs. C.A. North and children and !Mrs. Lacy Norman on
Prayer Meeting Wednesday morning, they with Mrs. Ormond Beach. Mrs. Nellie Wilkerson and during the afternoon. The wife Evelyn Oliver on Thurs- Mr. and Mrs. John Cowan and Sunday Dec. 2i.(;
7:30: p.m. Martha Brantley, Tony and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Crane Mrs. Daisy Boch were New Crews and the HOdges visited Becky, Cadet Brian Cowan of Mr. and Mrs. Hen McCullry
ST. JOHNS MISSIONARY Kristina Misses Debbie and family son-in-law and Year's Eve evening dinner their brother-in-law and day.We regret to report that New London Conn., Cadet spent from Wednesday t to:Sunday ;
BAPTIST: Sunday School 10 Uriffis, Debbie Gray and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. guests of their son-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Markalee Mrs. Loca Raulerson is much John Morris of Washington with their son-in-law and)
a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. Sarah Faulk of Starke went to Manuel Stephens of Starke daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Padgett and family of Clay worse and is still in intensive and Mrs. Edith Swinney met daughter Mr. and Mrs. Scott
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Davies and Brent of IVnsn-
C.K. Cowan for a family cola. Their other daughter
dinner on New Year's Day. Mrs. Pauline Hhodonatid
OURSMILES.
ABOUT Mr. and Mrs. Jim Rosier children met them there nut
were Christmas dinner guestsof they celebrated the New Year.
their and together.Mrs. .
FOOD son daughterinlaw -
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Mr. and Mrs. Robert Edna: Cason and :Miss
IT SOMETIMES PEOPLE ARE SO BUSY Rosier. Robert came for them Mabel Starling of Macclcuny
THESE DAYS SEEMSOTHAT TIME TO BE FRIENDLY.NO and brought them home. Miss Ruby Dohhs of lUnloril. (
CHEERFUL Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Teston Mrs. Shirley Know Ira and 1 son
A WORD
ONE SEEMS TO HAVE TIME FOR
were Christmas dinner guestsof of Jacksonville and :Mrs
HAVE ALL THE SMILES GONE?
ANY MORE. WHERE
FAIR their son-in-law and Wilma Wainu right were! Sunday

WE CANT ANSWER THAT QUESTION BUT THERE ARE daughter Mr. and Mrs. guests of :Mr and :Mrs
Charlie Mosley and family Arlie Uobbs.
WE CAN WE CAN SAY "GOOD DAY"AND
SOMETHING* DO.
!> Mrs. Bessie Watts of Crescent -
MEAN IT. WE CAN HELP YOU FIND AN ITEM
is ;
City spending some FIRE DEPARTMENT
THAT YOU'RE LOOKING FOR OR SEE TO IT THAT SUPERMARKETS time with her son and

1 Pantry Ride YOU GET EXACTLY THE CUT OF MEAT YOU WANT daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs Tuesday night at 7:30: there t
AND WE CAN SMILE BECAUSE WE KNOW THAT ONE Barry Watts and Barry Lee<< will be a special meeting at
BIG HAPPY SMILE CAN MAKE A WHOLE DAY LOVELIER. to Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly the firehouse on controlled
I we are pleased accept
ANY SIZE attended the funeral of Mrs burning both public and "pri
I SOMETIMES OUR PEOPLE GET TIRED AND FEEUNQ
Alice Edwards at New Invert vate.
OUT-OF-SORTS-JUST.. UKE YOU DO. SOMETIMES FOOD STAMP
Baptist Church on Monday Two guest speakers will In-
ONE DOZEN EGGS ONE OF OUR PEOPLE MAY FORGET TO SMILE AT YOU. m afternoon. present and all firemen are
IF THAT HAPPENS, DO US A FAVOR: SMILE AT THEM COUPONSBargains Friends Mrs. Benny Wilk- urged to attend.

I I FIRST, THEY PROBABLY NEED IT.SMILE. ison, Jr. will regret to learn The Ladies Auxiliary is also
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hrm TMI COUPON mo. JAM.0.TMHU wio. JAN.n.nrr.UMir-t or EACH
eou*M WTTM*".50 on MOTE rooo OXMM.TOVACCO pmwucr" = I U she is a patient in St. Vincent's invited and the subject shouldbe
A LITTLE GOES A LONG WAY in Jacksonville. Our of interest to the
Hospital
Aaae - -- -- -- -- great
prayers are with her. public also. Plan to lit tend.

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in Meat WED,JAN. 12, 1977.QUANTITY' RIGHTS RESERVED. MORTON'S 5 LBPKG.

>Q + CORNED BEEF : ._. b.\ ('urol>nKi\fS:
Phone!90'- HI2
BONELESS ROUNDSTEAK BRISKETS $129

BONELESS LBM Most Girl Scout Troops< will be meeting this week alter
their vacation. We are already into 1977 and thinking about
P SAVE 40' A POUND Neyati Day Camp. Before we get to that we have a few leftovers
from lii'fi! \\wanted to share with you.
BEEF 2 TO 3 LB From the Cadettc I'mt came the song Camp Neyati"; to
U.S. GOV'T. $138 PKG. the tune "What do You Get When You Fall 1 In "ove."
INSPECTED r First verse: What do you get when you go( to camp: ? You gel!
CORN FED 111 a\ LIVERSKINNED Sgc a lot of bugs and ticks that eat yi you meet now friendsnot
11 A DEYEINED so glad togreet ya'' Chorus I'll never go( (to wimp again
pI i POUNDLB Second verse: \\ hut I do you got a hen you go to (camp? You
SAVE 20' A
31 canoe, you hike and swim lor mileshcn you> go lioim
A A Mrs. Mulhns smiles! Chorus 1'1111l'\'l'r go 'lo ramp again
LOTS OF ASSORTED 3 TOP Third verse: Don't tell them what its all about muse
P ; S LB they'll come here and they'll fmd nulhllut the lion I .inn
191 Pork the sand that grinds ya! That's h)' :Mrs Kuxes: is here in.
rE1R LOln98 CCORNI.S1H remind ya!
r r I'ourthverse: Here's what >ou got when von no lorjmip\
U.SD.A.GRADEA 1\ A LB You heat and frel'zelll1d catch I'neuinnnm 'N on \l'lIlnt'lll'lp'
QUICK FROZEN SAVE 21' A POUND but Mom: can't phone you! Chorus 1'1I1I1''rHII1I to camp"'

GAME HENS U OOVT.mSMCTEO. again.Fifth verse: Here's what you get whennu go to l',1 111\1\ '
BEEF BLADE You bleep in tents with sticks up under Mrs: Kiniutiell i ,
COIN FED its sounds like Thunder! C'horus l I'll l IIl'H'I'HIIII lo eanip
'1 C CHUCKSTEAK again ( Maybe Next Year) I'll probably go to camp again. !
1g 6 9 19 98 Thanks to Vickie Carver. Helsy far 11 ;and Si.irc> Ix-iiiii.nK
-_ Ew PEAR=== 1.5 LB La -= EW 1E A R===___ From the Junior I'nit.!
AVERAGE SAVE Junior Girl! Scouts are tie
21' A POUNDBargains
See our Indian tepee' ?
\\''e have learned our Indian lore
+ so + o, a + +
rI. a
i And through the woods look many a tour.
r r r r r r We've hiked !llIll'uokl'd iml eaten lunch
And enjoyed the swimming whole bunch
1 1 r r 1 r r We've cut potatoes and made some prints

And painted designs in lots of t tints.
Camping out was our biggest thrill -.
Mrs. Kimutis says she can hear us still'
19>> 191 AA 191'r 19ti 19 19 Y 19.Y eAA Sleeping in tents is lots of fun
AE Although Ihl're1I1>n1 much sleeping done.

,, There's always u crowd arouiul the pump
y ; \\hileMrs.KavesisloadmKiiptrashlorthoiliiiiip: I( t "

d''r'; :Fl .
in Cooking on a Buddy Burner is a delight:
Produce'Qi\)@, 1) OWN! But all our food turns out a (right
U. S. NO. 1 I "r %; .-.' <. Party Flake Although we plan for days ahead
WESTERN or Cloverleaf Somehow always run out of bread. .
WHITEPOTATOES CABBAGE RED OR GOLDENDELICIOUS OUNTAIN- GROWN. BROWN'N SERVE The red bugs are a great big Ix'stAnd +
the bathrooms are far Irom the Ix-st.
Singing with Mrs. Mullins is lots ol lull
@LO 7c @Le.4G D'ANJOUPEARS f s SlROLLSAPPLES And Mike sure gets his lifeguarding done.We've .
SE all decided Neyati is heaven
And we'll be back in 77!
N $+ 3/89;: Thanks to Michelle Kimutis. Carmen F.avcs.: Kelli ('; 'vem
Super Discount Ot Missy Pf Jester, Donna Thornton Lori McKinney, Juice Wise

U.S. NO. 1 IDAHO .. l\Iar'LolI Giusto. Kristy Johns.Annie l.opor.! Dot tie \\II k ison"
: r Kim I.everette.
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GENUINE 39C LB 29 +

BAKINGPOTATOES LB 1 ICED FOOD ANGEL RING BREAD MEAL Horsemanship Training


11 V.rW' I-= -i SetFor4H'ers4H

191A 191YT Is offering anew and revolve around Veterinarians.
1 1 A exciting program for young Farriers and activities with
4 PINT PIA. NN SAYE people In the 3rd through 12th horses._,
LB BAG King Size Bread 3/l 1 grades with horses.Beginning As with all extension
2 .
Monday programs 4 II is available to
19 E""== 19 A twin MM MMCinnamon SAVE January 10, at 7:30: p.m. in the all without regard to race,
4 Ew r Buns 59 1U County Agriculture Buildingat color or national origin. For
-/ $ the Fairgrounds young more exciting informationabout
.- ," people will receive training in 4 II, contact Lowell
various areas of horse care Parrish at 9646554.
DURAFLAME II SHOW BOAT and horsemanship. Coupledwith

WISK LIQUID 10UART FIREPLACE LOGS CUT SWEET be a a monthly monthly activity.meeting will

Young people join this
ipay
POTATOES exciting program. Parentsare B Y sb::

encouraged to attend.
DETERGENT The program begins with The first movie that actually;'
fIhLThI 2/89 horse diseases and a tour of told a story was "The Great
Bo- Bett Farms near Ocala in Train Robbery,"" made ant
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HamptonHilites PRESCRIPTION PEOPLE TRUST ECKERD'S SERVICE at FOR low,QU' lo;L1;!


, /. E C K E RJD' Compare You'll save our at prescription Eckerd's. prices'with what you're ;ayin4



Delores 488.1915MEETINGS Meng


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'itizens The Hampton Club will Senior meet SYLVANIA Soft White

1 Friday,Jan. 7,at 7 p.m. in the 6-OUNCE ECKERD.
City Hall. Election of officers GAF COLOR
; Is on the agenda.
The Hampton Area OIL OF ASPIRIN LIGHT BULBSOLAV.

Volunteer Fire Department is

I scheduled to meet on Monday. PRINT FILM CHOOSE A 2 PACK OF REG. 1 18
Jan. 10, at 8 p.m. in the Fire- TABLETSBottle
house. Firechief George Davisis 40.60.7 5 OR 100
recruiting new members. WATT BULBS
Special instructions for water Skin moisturizer lor soft, 100-5 grain 135.20
will be at this smooth skin. 6-ounce '' aspirin With safety
pumping given
REG $1 ,59
bottle. Limit 1 closure. Limit 1 ,
meeting. This department, in
responding to two recent calls, 8 JBlStt
was successful in out a
I grass fire, as well rutting house
fire. More help is needed for {
this work! 279 ; 19 as Grin 99 yL

The Hampton City Council f
will hold its meeting on
Tuesday, Jan. t 11, at 7'30 p.m,
In the City Hall
The Hampton 4-H Club held
Its first meeting of the new
year Monday evening, Jan. 3,

1 at School.Hampton Doll Waters Elementary reports SAVINGS ON LARGE SIZES

I Joyner that meeting 35 explained people when attended Mrs.the proper Royce this

method of giving demonstra
tions Gene Joyner gave a '..
I report on demonstrations FOR PICNICS I1
Various 4-H projects were discussed AND PARTIES*

parents with attending the following Mrs PAPER PLATES &

onald llelle. Mrs. Randy ,.
I Mr and Mrs, Royce
Joyner
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4 OF
ti t NINE INCH-PACK
I Joyner Mrs Richard !\lowry t .bit.
100 WHITE PLATES
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney iI '
Newman, Mr and Mrs Bill REG. 99' 6 94 :;
:s4
Stone and Mrs Harold

meeting Waters. refreshments(Following were the a 1 00 CT. ) '''

served by Mrs.. Joyner The 'w3s<:;.
next Hampton 4 II meeting is

1 Hampton scheduled< School.for Feb. 7 at the I cc {;::


Sympathy PKKSONAI.S is extended to I LYSOL SPRAY
relatives and friends of !Mrs f
Pauline Lott whose mother
Mrs Thelma Atkins. 78. diedon
Dec 29. Following a GILLETTE DISINFECTANT
Memorial Service at DeWitt
Jones (Funeral Home in RIGHT GUARD v .M. 21 OUNCE CAN, ELIMINATES 177
Starke. !Mrs Atkins was \ ODORS HELPS PREVENT MOLD & :}:
VASELINE
buried in Tomnolan. !Miss DEODORANT MILDEW REG $2 19PLAYING i':
(Friends of !Mr J,\\ Home INTENSIVE RIGHT *"
are happy to hear that he will GUARD 7-ounce Bronze aerosol ,
soon be well enough to return can.Limit 1 >
home from Baptist Memorial CARE .odoti+ 93e ", <

Hospital in Jacksonville CARDSy"
Bill Fontaine celebrated his OBIRDkv LOTION Q
birthday on Dec 29 with many SMS for
curdX. and a lovely cake made 10-oz. Bottle ot velvety 2-oz lotion. Free J'
Plus
sKin.
by Mrs. Evelyn Vaughan and Vaseline over-dry
Bottle CONSORT ECKERD S
Bonus Limit 2
good wishes from friends. PROTEIN
Mrs, T.F Brown and Mr HAIR SPRAY :g BRIDGE POKER

and Mrs Lynn Hall enjoyed 21 I 13-ouncecan. A hair, PINOCHLE REG 49 79
Christmas Eve supper at the SPRAY ',J 8praytormen.
home of Mr and Mrs Raleigh HAIR LIMIT ONE FOR
Brannen on Bedford Lake. 13-ouncecan. p.". "
I' '"'Mr:'/and Mrs: Frank Brownof __ : REG ? .;i ,
THREE
Orange" Park\: visited his\ : 7gll g'fg Q
TYPES
," mother Mrs T (F Brown ggll LIMIT. 2 .
LL CONTAC
k-
during the holidays F 99Gw COFFEE
Mr and !Mrs Handy Brown I '. FILTERS .
and son, Jeremiah. spent
1 Christmas with his parents.Mr CAPSULES B&TJCPUFFS .,
MILK '
and !Mrs Emory Brown
Mr. and Mrs Wallace > o- FLUTED OR DISC .,../
.
12-hour <
Collins and son. Steven spent Packet 20-capsules BATH CHOOSE 10 INCH FLUTED /
rehet cold >
Christmas with their son 1 Bottle PH Package ol 300 putts : r' BOX OF 100 OR 3V INCH 67 :.
Limit .
David and family at 32-ounce i t',1" t
Englewood
Moisturizes Limit 1 package49e : : DISC FILTERS BOX OF 300 "
balanced :
I
Florida. They spent ,
I
I
New Year's with their
i daughter and son in law, 159 6I gc LIMIT I
l Mr and Mrs Donme Knox I TWO
and children m Atlanta.
It is good to hear that (Fred BAND AID BRAND FIANCEE WONDERLON 'n
I'eeples is now able to resume '
his work at General Electric: M1CRIN AIM I PLASTIC I' ,
,.
Little Fred. Jr is much 'oUo 1
improved also after his bout r MICRIN TOOTH l STRIPS $' PANTY HOSE

1 with pneumonia for nearly a MP S : MOUTHWASH32ounce PASTE size Box 0(70( stripsAssortment SAND-AI la .
i month. c mouthwash 8 2-ounce Super ot sizes o '
ot
Bottle = 200 ALL NUDE HOSE : '
Limit 1
Mr and Mrs Jerry Wads tube
1 Limit 1
WITH REINFORCED CENTER 59'VASELINE
worth entertained Jerry'sj bi
.PANEL REG 99
.I mother Mrs Marjorie -:::.:". 87
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1 llodsdon and sister and gars ['"
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family. Mr and Mrs Thomas Sand .-
Darus and sons Paige and DIAPARENE ,
Tommy of Gainesville for :: .
dinner on Christmas Day BABY WASHCLOTHS :
x COSTUME JEWELRY
Bobbin Wadsworth spent a INTENSIYECARE
r week of her Christmas DELAGAR BABY ,
( ,vacation with her grand. FRENCH MILLED POWDER v 7'n. 1 so sheet economy '
mother :Mrs Katherine Diaparene pop- ai
size
t Wadsworth. in Jacksonville COMPLEXION 24-oz Family box. Limit size 1 ups, Limit 1 container FASHIONABLE JEWELRY k.,
shaker
VARIETY OF COLORS IN
\\hile there she
x shopping' / and dining enjoyed in some SOAP C .' I19 ':.. .'::.::.l. 1\: BRACELETS, EARRINGS l 1
n nice restaurants 8 9 s, I, CROPES s'f'
... REG. .1 37
i llissJale\ Rouse of HONEYSUCKLE. STRAW t'JiI1'BERRY \.....------ ;
Clermont. Florida '
enjoyed HERBAL MINT -9 k
OR '
i spending (h"ltmas" week BOUNCE HOLD
with hoi ''riend. Cassie 'L I LIMIT ONE r
Uiddnk VI I t"le visiting she PACK VICKS 4-HR. COUGH t ':'
helped ( .1,.sie' and her mother OF SUPPRESSANTS ASSORTED
COLORSMACRAME
q >t'fI'.tlp ussie's bedroom 99' NYQUIL PackageonO 3c.
'i They ,I IK,, enjoyed going lox 6 6-oz,Bottle ol the cough suppressants.
niovit'roller skating in night time cold Limit 1 CORD Y
'J (i.lllll'" ille New; War's Eve medicine. Limit 1 AD ULT g 2 "
II and eating: / out several timesn ..... 9 5gc
n :\ and :Mrs Hank Lott e 1 1 11 CHILD'S
I entertained friends on :New f ACRYLIC-JUTE LIKE 9, z
b Wiirs's Eve with a party i EASY TO USE AND KNOT

9 They reported a !good turnout BRECK SWEET ASTE > ;coRe ASHAREGSt4RRTgD
MAYBELLINE
!J with plenty of refreshments SACCHARIN
-' GOLD
I LASH11MASCARA
'( I GREAT
II.\\IPTIIS: LAKE: SHAMPOO TABLES .a
Mrs, Virgie Barksdale has .
Bail IS 01 Boltl'* B' c Gold
returned home from I !,c k lormul 'for No'nul Dry Builds,thicken Bottle of 1000'r
,i Humboldt, Tenn. where she 0.Olv.'Im..2, I | colors & curls. grain tablets. Limit M. .
., enjoyed a visit with her son I b and daughter in law. :Mr
I gge : THREE :
and Mrs. Robert Barksdale. ,'in-: ECKERD. 894 SHADES 5g4 =2442175ojjjjijl' %<,
.1 While there she also spentb I '" BOTTLE REG 429
some time with her grandson - =-- ,..., :
Mr, and Mrs. Hobble --- +x } xp"
.1 Barks- --" ; r ev i +' 4. r QUART SIZE BOTTLE WITH BAIL

dale.Mrs. Verna Argo spent a !t.,4, zf t.l; ; '' + HANDLE.RED "ft BLUE 2" 'hs

.z few days recently with her
long time friend. :Mrs. Virgie Pikta
.1 Barksdale. After a good visit
.. and lunch in Gainesville Mrs
,v Argo drove Wick to her homeIn 5 LB. WILD '
Americus. Ga. CAT LinER REG. 61 1000 PC. PUZZLES
.
r Mr and !Mrs Connie Clark

Scott four Brian and Amy spent VERY 10 LB ABSORBENT BAG BIRD SEED ... .. ... ..
days of their vacation
around Blowing Rock N.C REG 69' '
The children enjoyed skiing mural LIMIT ONE 49' PIASTING-REG. 1.69 TMB FUN FOR 26 INCH X 20 INCH

r: and was ice very skating cold even and the though wind itt ". HANGING. BIRD. RIDER ,. ...... I 21 .. "N WHOlE FAMilY LOCKING PUZZLE: WITH PIECES INTER.IN 99 I I II

'I e was blowing We were sorry to 'a' ASSORTED SCENES
.1 I hear that Jean suffered some REG. ".59
rt discomfort from a fall there.
,i Beverly Meng returned
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January 6,1977FLAVOR TELEGRAPH Page!
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OPEN DAILY 9-9 SUNDAYS 10-7 1 Senior Citizens


SALE PRICES GOOD THRU WEDNESDAYSHOP Bradford County Senior

EARLY SOmE ITEMS ARE LIMITED J Citizens 15th anniversary Club celebrates in !1977.Its

During this time hundreds of
new members' and visitors
have participated'' in our
activities. We have had many
successes/and some failures
too but/mainly we have a

HOUSE JUMBO LUX PACK OF 300 200 CT unified organization.An Executive. Board

TYPINGPAPER meeting will be held during
BIG 16 OZ. REG 1.39 January at which time the
LIMIT TWO QUFILLER elected leaders of the club will
BLANCHED I Mi BMBBiBI MTOWELS Re37c be Installed, and financial re
cords will be audited. Board
DETERGENT PAPER members are: Joe Kerrigan,
/\ president; Mary Allen first

P EA N U,5 roll.120 two-ply White and sheets assorted to each 1 S For abies 22-ounce dishes plastic&89 all* fine bottle.wash 300 filler sheet paper.pack Reg of 5 1.ring 29 second view-president vice-president; Lewis third :smith: ;,
Reg. vice-
colors. LIMIT TWO Llm1l1' Vernon Olin
president; Emma Morton,
ECKERO treasurer; Della Speed, secretary
: PAPER ; and Sophie Fisher and
TOWELS Berme Smith house chair.
974 L19 59 rUIX 87 persons.We .

4 Richards thank, Hazel Jessie Richards Young and Bill

Ethel Batchelder for their de
dicated service In the past

year.We are affiliated. with the
National Council of Senior
Citizens. Florida Congress of
ALWAYS AT Senior Citizens National
1 B i Council on Aging, All-Florida
ECKERD'SNESTLES Coalition of Senior Citizens !
CUBB Economic Agency
Homemakers Service Human
Rights Commission.Information
and ReferralService

HOTCOCOA JUST HOT WATER ADD 12 INCH'X 16 INCHPEDESTAL K&S ELECTRIC '' :'. ; ;', Guidance, Clinic Bradford and the County Brad

ford County Nursing Home. i
TRIMMER We had a very productive
;Q; % HAMILTON BEACH year and we look forward to
GilL ; fertile relations with
EDGER President-Elect Carter,
t WITH FREE JUICER continued improved relations 4
g', 79 MIX BBQ TOOLS TRIMS AND with Senators Stone and .I
':t EDGES S 8 Chiles Rep. Fuqua State
r BOX OF 12. 1.OZ. PAKS. 9 UP CLOSE ELECTRICITY DOES THE i / Senators Skinner and McKay
REG. $1.09I WORK REG 1099W and State Williams RepresentativesFrank William

Andrews and Gene Hodges.A .

BIC DISPOSABLE j Central rump Coalition session of of the Senior North

I REG 1488 kfI REGULAR HAMILTON BEACH Citizens is planned for Jan. 18,
4988 at which we will aim to elect a
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26 HIGH STAND WITH Board of Directors and thus l
LIGHTER Iiit : ROLLER WHEELS. LITTLE MAC form. a permanent organization. -
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WITH FREE RAZOR DURABLE Orlando Feb. 14 to consolidate
:% 1 INCH TUBULAR 16 99
BUY A LIGHTER GET A FREE ;r CAST 3 an All-Florida Coalition of
\,; RAZOR LIMIT TWO I IRON ., ALUMINUM FRAME i COOKS HAMBURGERS, HOT g8 $ Senior Citizens. These
s'' WITH a DOGS, GRILLS SANDWICHES OF meetings coordinate our
WOOD ALL KIND! national and state political
HANDLES REG \ goals in Washington and
\ 20 99 Tallahassee.
KORDITE LIMIT TWO PRESTO L H-13 Remember: All adults from
BOXES _RECD 21 99 17 to 66 years old are urged to
10 IN.. X 17 INCH FAN FORCED donate one pint of blood to
TRASH BAGS build out Bradford County
FOLDING BED Blood Bank. The
Community
HIBACHI GRILL HEATERI' jCivitan Blood Mobile will be
i BOX TWENTY j SH" at the Chamber of Commerce
127 s'lf AND GRASS X168 Madison and Walnut Streets
., BAGS. REG. SI.99 6R S '' TWO I 1 Vi INCH .=t" 'on Jan. 17 from 11 a.m. to 5
597ja ADJUSTABLE .1688 THICKMATTRESS
p.m.Our'
70"' 1888
W GRIDS. next meeting is Jan. 11
r REG 7..09 i I at the Pratt Street Recreation
t' : "; ,. ? 3.,- /** TEMP. Center at 1 p.m.-
w CONTROL ! I 32 GALLON tt; decision: Join our club for a
i It
: MULTI-POSITION MULTISC > .. ,. ,,' "' .',t healthy and happy new year.
<: LOUNGE THATADJUSTS DRAG WITHSTAINLESS ) dR: '
TRASH : : -Joe KerriganHAMPTON
i'I' CANS TO &( '"
: 7.
SEVEN STEEL BAIL t >)o
,: III m, POSITIONS I ,:'-t.>t<., sr ;: 88 WITH LOCKING LID .
6 HEAVYDUTVPUISTICIN' (FroM
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AVOCADO. REG: 8 99 c 760 D. DRY-MOUNT
home via Eastern Airlines
I PHOTO after spending some vacation
II ALBUM
'. COMBI-LOUNGE SPINNING REEL' rY time with Tim McLoughlin in
the
3' Miami. They enjoyed
FEET Orange Bowl football game
ASSORTED COLORS when Ohio State was
: FOR POOL WITH 1 r. .
]16'l victorious over Colorado.Joe
l MASKING LINE i PICTURESWITH SECURES YOUR. d J .' '., Meng who had the
'". FOR EASY STOR -
TAPE@jIORPATIO'FOLDSMONO OUT MESSY GLUESPECIAL !' I 1 'r'I distinction of being the first
AGE. =- : baby of the New Year born at
I IL REG. 12.88 REG. $14' .99 Bradford County Hospital in
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4 = .
MANY
O. > I ". .. ( 1960, celebrated his birthdayon
I Ir I' :L.
77 USES ( f ,a f'&t.'i; LUll tu..wta :'i Jan. I. 1977. His brother.
REG. 65' EACH BB3CCREG ill Lib "i w. : ; IFR THE SHOWER ; .. William celebrated their
Jan. 6.
birthdays on
3499 MASSAGE HAMPTON ELEMENTARY
? SIX PIECE REG SCHOOL NEWS

249 BY WATER PIK .; r
MODEL SMS DELIVERS l Most of the school children
SCREWDRIVER SET MUNSEY PULSATING BURSTS TOf seemed to enjoy being back In
STIMULATE. SOOTHE & '.''I school on Tuesday. Jan. 4.
MASSAGE YOUR BODY t They told their teachers and
BROILER friends all about their Christ
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WITH LARGE UNBREAKABLE I T' mas presents and good times
149 HANDLES ANDHARDENED they enjoyed while on
STEEL COOKS SELECTION. vacation. Many of them wore
BLADESWIREBOUND 1 HAMBURBERSHOT the new shirts pants caps
2988 HOT DOGS. 2588 I land gloves they received for

MINUTESTEAKS, etc. STEREO RECORDS Christmas.warm jackets Some too. had new.

it Mrs.Noelle Silk the kindergarten .
NOTEBOOK AND 8 teacher enjoyed a tripto
'1IGSWEEPIAWN TRACK TAPES Cleveland. Ohio where she
visited her family. There was
jlla ', STURDYSTYRO plenty of snow and ,the
loo OOOJ weather was cold there: and
11 RAKE ,
CONTAINS 40 FOAM STEREO Mrs. Silk did some skiing .In
I I RECORDS I TRACK M M J
SHEETS OF RULED r the hills of Ohio.
99 NOTEBOOK PAPER. ii! TAPES f The Santas stockings and
REGULAR 59' KBi 88 Christmas decorations in the
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much admiredSTARKE

If you think the Christmas The huge military reselNew( England) Division was shortage is concerned and articles appearing in the old patrol can with fli.hlng blur 1'.'' th ti e

season just ended was hectic vation sprawled around the expected in February when on Christmas Eve night in "Saturday Evening Post" lllhln" I funeral procession' that stretched for mile 1 ,,., .,,
and were glad to see it pass ineastern haIr of Kingsley Lake the total military population 1941, the power went off( in halfa The New York World" and The mull wooden frame country church was packed fkr
to history just take a look at was 62 per cent complete, with would reach 50,000 dozen business establishments other newspapers and to HIP walk,Hid Ihr overflow crowd outildf WII twlct
what was happening in Starke an estimated 15 to 20 thousand Florida's fifth greatest concentration along West Call magazines.In; .largo an lha crowd of nutumm Inside.
during the holiday rush of workers still in the Starke of population, at Street, warning that Starke's From many parti of Florida and from ill walks of
December 1941, the first area. rushing completion. that time. municipally-owned power a warning editorial. The lift",-young and old, white and black rich and poorpeople -
Christmas after the opening of The 3lst (Dixie) Division was under Tampa Tribune wrote: camp to pay their lot renpecla. Among th.mw.ro
History apparently repeats plant was cracking the official from Hie, highest echelons of Hat govern-
Camp Blanding. already in camp and the 43rd at least where power terrific strain to which it had "Citizens of Starke the ,,"'nt. police officers.....'111..deputy sheriffs,highway
been subjected since mid- North Florida patrolmen. ,judges and county officials.
October. The temporary community lly their presence.! ,they testified lo the stature of for .
black-out was caused by an nearest to Camp Blanding, "nwr9hmiff r. ll. rteaalsn,87.a man politicians. had an*
overloaded (Sound are learning the meaning of mind. because lie. was never defeated In 31 jearsasanelected
> familiar?) generator. sudden prosperity. It has public official;a"man other Sheriffs had admired P.0 nlew,
editorial
) struck them like a enough lo hand him the presidency of the Florida Slier-
of thunderbolt. Business Iffs Association In 190H;a man who had died proud .because
Production pop-
at
electricity
well documented but
ulation, and everything else is he had Bard to sop his son,Dolph succeed him aaSheriff. P. D. .success In politics :
the plant during December close friends were wan he was equally successful asa
records in that This happened In 1972 and It was the Ant
1940 was was almost 100 per setting new lime" HIP Sheriffs badge had been handed from father father. H Power cent greater than the; total charming rural community.In to son In Bradford County seven sons and they all"turned out good".
Bargain generated during the same fact, Starke today is Before P. D. died on October 211. 1976. ha also saw Mikt. and John,the youngest...both teachers. Glen
month in 1939. A total of Florida's latest boom town. Dolph become the first Sheriff In the history of Bradford an engineer.Is In charge of maintenance al the Monsanto
to for reelection Company's Pensacola plant. Jim Is Assistant Superintendent
County run without opposition.
101,570 was generated in December
"Last June before con- of Vnlon COfn'rllo..lln.lltullnn.one of the
Making history however Is nothing new for the Reddish
The latest installment of the school offer and stonewalled it from there 1940. as compared to struction was started at Camp family These descendonts. of Florida pioneers can most Important(Institutions, Florida's prison system.
compromising and never changingits 55,930 KWH in December 193U. Blanding Starke was a quiet tra.h.l. ,local ancestry back to Drury Reddish ono Vernon w..11O In the corrections Held for a while,bul
board-teacher contract talksin which never With a total capacity of 400 town of 1,500 population. City !timedueholderwhose. large government grant of land_ Is now a successful poultryman and cattleman_ ._
the board rejected a special master original position. The teachers started kilowatts at that time, the officials today estime the Is said' to have Included most of the area now occupied UOIpn. ,the currant n nnuiura

I recommendation to grant teachers a out asking for a ridiculously impossible plant was carrying from 300 to population has swelled to at b> lt..city or Stork. County Sh.rlrrlI.rlrd. tracking his
the board 3to: KWII I on the peak load at The Reddish name lias been on a majority of Brad father's footsteps shortly after he
contract something least and still
$300,000 contract proposalindicates night. 5.0(10. growing. ford County ballots. printed in Ihllo.nlulTh..candi F came out of the service In 1956.
h
that the nine-month long bargainingtalks could not have possibly accommodatedthem dates lime Included. Uolph who has been elected to two He began his law enforcement career I
on. But in spite of these "It's a remarkable increase four ywr terms;P. D.,who was elected to 10 years asa ai a,Jailer al a 111'1)or$250 a
involved lot of and
have a talking troubles local businessmenwere and parallels closely the. county commissioner. and 21 >cars as Sheriff;andDulph's month and lived at the county
very little bargaining.It If the teacher bargaining unit had growth of some of the boom grandfather who was elected to two terms.a hThese toll.\
happy, though tired
asked for something the board had to towns of mining!! days in the I county commissioner. Drew,the oldnt ion,hold dan
counting their Christmas B df raC ..rap. L_. ._ P.D. ....... I ....d It and en Inen_.
could have West. And just as did those in n o oumy r awc u. --- ----- time "..n. ? .ran ra ran u g
perhaps
teachers rank compromise during the
has become clear that give a receipts first weekin
western towns Starke citizensare became a county commissioner have never seen a ballot leg,and Is currently plant engineer' for Ihe' DuPont Com
third on the totem pole in the county's been reached.As January. No one could finding that headaches in- without Reddlih on It,and these folks,all of them now pany's mining operations Florida.
educational The school board accurately estimate the with pushing0,have never seen a Reddish defeated al Hie I Newspsper accounts described P. D. as a local political
system. crease along everythingelse.
gross amount of business polls. chieftain. no doubt because he was on a first name
provided for administrators and non- things stand now the board clearlyhas flooding Starke stores during Deep run the Reddish roots In Bradford Count poll. basis with governors,cabinet officers,senators and
instructional personnel first then offered the upper hand in the bargaining December 1940, but depositsin "For example. Mayor lies,but the legend Is not limited lo Florida. Voters in other major officials. Bul this wu only one dimension.
teachers what was left over. Perhaps the law needs to be the Florida Hank at Starkeon Wainwright reports the townis Wayne County Georgia have elected Iwo Sheriffs by of a man who was proud of his heritage,.U.lllodiur.
process.
of additional the name of Reddish,and (they are dlUanl kinfolk of the cess as t father and had hundreds of friends among the
changed to put teachers into a better the three days following in dire need Florida clan high and humble.
teachers have said the December 25 were up 100 per police protection a housing
Some
Not to take anything from non- position.
away cent over the same period in project new city I hall, the
teaching board employeesthey bargaining law is too new for anyone to 1939.: !' widening of business streets

certainly deserve competitive salaries. have worked out the kinks; they'll haveto new school facilities water

wait and get some precedents from One clothing establishment wells a hospital and recreation -

But teachers after all do shoulder the courts (as in Duval where the board was- not grossing the largest$1.000))in a town day on- buildings.( "

prime responsibility within the educa- would not return to the bargaining table weekends almost as much In a word of caution. The Bradford'sHead

tional system. What that teacher does in after impasse was declared) before they business in one day as had Starke Tribune residents editorialist that reminded South County Agents By
what direction will be taken. The Ix'en dune in an entire month
the classroom is what it's all about. For know Florida also wont through a Jailer

many reasons primarily morale and courts may give more power to the during the depression. boom tin( the late null's! :! ) and Notebook Bobby

keeping a competitive teaching force teachers although how is not yet clear. Strawberry season weekends warned that officials and ,
citizens would be wise "to de Taylor Graduate
Top
their needs should carry first priority.As had previously been the elate well belore plunging( in at Phone 964-6554
Teachers on the other hand need to high water mark for local
great speed to net rycrylhingat
far as the teachers are concerned, gain a better understanding of the businesses but these rush once. Benefits dcrjved from

the bargaining process so far this year board's budget processes so they will hordes periods now of seemed motorized paltry as increased business higher If you have been out in the considerations apply

exercise in not themselves in the position of rents.and income from Kale of yard or out in the county Idon't not only to farmers but to
has been an futility. They put Christmas shoppers forced
lots in newly developed sub- have to tell you that it is home gardeners as well. Of
would have been better off to take the asking for the impossible.At county officials, then housedin divisions are welcomed but it wet. The soil is completely course the practices and

board's original salary offer and gotten the old courthouse on Call takes a lot of aspirin to soothe saturated in most flat areas decisions may not be quite as '
what raises were available from the any rate we would hope that Street to throw up a defenseof the headaches that come after and water is standing in some involved. .rot
wooden fence to
posts pre- the boom has 'busted. fields and pastures. .
start of the school year. future bargaining sessions see more vent desperate shoppers from
For example most of them
effort toward compromise and a taking over the courthouse It was freely predicted by Some stream beds and are covered in small circular

Both sides have as much as admitted somewhat altered perception by the grounds as a parking lot. A The Miami Herald and other ditches that were growing up called vegetable gardening I

that more actual bargaining needed to board on just where teachers stand on solid mass of cars line the state newspapers thatStarke's in weeds now have more guide. A free copy is availableto
around the
for blocks bubble would burst
the educational totem pole. streets running water than I have you through your County
be done. The board made one salary business section and anyoneso with the coming of peace after seen in several years. This Agent's office. ra

foolish as to attempt double World War II. and the be an indication that our
parking on the narrow streets abandoning of Blanding as an may"dry cycle" is over and our The circular covers

causes an immediate traffic infantry training camp, and water table and lakes in the planning your garden size,
I Blood Bank Needed jam and brought forth the this fear was shared by some area will again reach their selecting a location and Graduating first in his class
shrill blast of a policeman's local citizens. But it just didn't normal level. garden design. Also includedis Robert W. Foster recently
whistle. happen. a chart showing vegetablesand completed the 160 Hour Basic
<< vegetable varieties suited Standards Correctional Officers
The coming of several industries Rains and wet [reds] have
Hut although the booming for our area seed or plants Training Course conducted
Efforts to launch a Community Blood area who need or are getting these Christmas business was the after the war in slowed some farming activity. needed, planting distancesand by Lake City Com-
ilmcnik
DuPont
Bank program which were started last treatments through the Civitan Blood answer to a merchant's eluding the factories However some greens are depths time of planting, munity College.
dream from a dollar btand- mines clothing being harvested, especially in days from seeding to harvest
will head Bank which is in ,
October come to a on Monday working conjunctionwith Dad" and others
such
,
as"Big the Heilbronn
point. Christmas \1940! in Lawtey area, and expected yields.It Foster presently serving as
January 17, when the Civitan Blood the American Association of Blood Starke had less of the old-time helped take up the slack. As and strawberries are looking temporary "head jailer" for

Bank Mobile Unit from Gainesville will Banks and the American Cancer Society. holiday flavor than ever gaudy "army stores" closed good under the wet and cold also covers soil prepar- Bradford County is the first

be located at the Starke Chamber of before simply because folks UI| and l moved away more circumstances.This ation, liming, fertilizing, jailer in the county to com-

Commerce from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. for the The time factor is very important in \\ere too busy and too tired to substantial und the towr businesses continued movein to irrigation, weed control, plete the mil:'mum standards

collection of blood from local donors. the handling of blood. After collection, it participate. Even in the the traditional usual festivities. grow, until today it again is a good time for and insect other and general disease information control, course."I .

must be within 14 needs l of the things that farmers to check and servicethe Robert
days otherwise Stump's Store Santa Claus many about gardening. It is a good am very pleased
to be used in
Anyone between the ages of 17 and becoming useless-unless there is proper was missing causing someone MajorVainvright was contend equipment guide for any gardener. Get graduated top in his class"

65 who is not diabetic, anemic or who storage and mixing-testing facilities to speculate that "he's about ::6: years ago.VETERANS' especially growing if spring an equipmentshed crops your copy today.FORESTRY. said Sheriff Dolph Reddish.
"He is doing us a good
has had hepatitis is eligible to donate such as exist in Gainesville but are not either working at Camp, :::::::>>::::::::::::-x-W::::::::::;; :;:; or maintenance barn is Robert to job we
are expecting serve
Ulandmg or sick with the flu.
blood and place it in storage to help savea available in Bradford County at the Three hundred disappointed t; AFFAIRS 1 available. I have heard folks effectively in the future"

life that may be his own, or that of present time. Credits may be drawn children ran in and out of several say that weeks it can to take several from Reddish added.

.. some close relative or friend. from the Civitan Blood Bank at any time. Stump's "looking for Santa." byWflliamS.llaaa County Veterans I. months to get replacementparts The 160 Hour Minimum

1 Service Officer for tractors and Imple- Standard Act
The donation of a pint of blood on the When we stop to realize the The Telegraph headlinedthat u ments.! Check your plows IN BRADFORD COUNTiby !'r the state legislature was passed in 1974 by

17th and a pint a year thereafter tremendous costs of blood surgery, "busiest Starke dizziest had enjoyed Christmas its barrows, planters, fertilizer and requires each jailer to

assures the donor that he is covered for hospital and possibly cobalt treatmentsthat season," and merchants were home The loan third interest decrease rate in the GI distributors, sprayers and Chuck Weber complete the training within
tractors
ceiling now to make
sure
blood when needed'for transfusions run into astronomical sums of jubilant. Nat Sternberg said this year was announced by they will be ready to go whenit County Forester 12 months after employment.

later for himself or members of his money in addition to illnesses or accidents his December receipts had the Veterans Administration.The is dry enough to start your NEEDLE CAST DISEASE: Minimum standards

family. which need immediate blood broken all records and C.ll. new maxiumum rate crop. Look at the pines in your curriculum Includes instruction -

transfusions, we realize what a great Nasworthy exclaimed effective last October 18, is 8 yard or along the highway. in the Criminal
boon Blood "Business during the holiday per cent a reduction from 8.5 Sometimes isolated, or some- Justice System, Legal Aspectsof
a Community Bank will be
Elderly persons living alone with no season increased three or four set on March 30. The rate had Rainy or inclement weatheris times in groups, are trees witha Corrections Operational
family or close relatives will be eligibleto for all of us.Ministers thousand per cent!" been decreased from 9 per also a good time to study scorched or yellowish Procedures Principles and

draw on these "credits" for transfusions of all local congregations The Starke postoffice cent to 8.75 on January 5. your alternatives and make appearance over most of the Supervision Human
For a veteran buying a decisions on what crops you trees' needles.
Relations
and Technical
when needed from the Com-
be-
civic leaders, women's National where the air was musty
groups home with 30 $30,000GI will this You need
a grow year.
year. Training Skills, which include
Blood Bank. of the constant crowds Closer examination will
munity Guard, and other organizations are cause loan, the .5 per cent decrease to decide not only what crops firearms, first aid and fire
that its show that the
jammed narrow usually only tips
asked to encourage their members to lowers the monthly but how many acres of what fighting techniques.
located in
corridor then of most needles affected
( are ,
One senior citizen in Starke by about $10.50. It variety will plant. You
payment
a cancer join in this vitally important project that cramped quarters on ('allStart you and the blanket of fallen
should consider the cost of
could result in of al-
a savings
victim has had to receive 28 blood
will be instrumental still out of needles under
undoubtedly in ) was digging the trees may
most$3,800 over the life of a 30 production the expected for the next winter's Needle
transfusions since April of 1976 and the avalanche of holiday mail be unusually heavy.In .
lives in
saving our community not only year loan. returns, how or where you will Cast symptoms, which you see
there are doubtless many others in this this year but in the years to come. that swamped its facilities.Emergency The rate change does not affect and how you almost every case, the around you.If .
remodelling the loans. Once will accompli the cultural
existing a cause is "Needle Cast"disease
still have worries
opening of additional stamp loan is made the interest rate practices necessary to get of you
and general delivery windows pines, caused by the about your trees share them
,and the hiring of a small remains the same good production. llypoderma fungus. It is es- with your County Forester in
Coffee Break or Boy cot t / army of extra helpers was The 8 per cent rate was pecially common in loblolly Starke or Lake Butler
I. agreed jointly with the and slash
upon pines and it
to handle the These cultural may
necessary practices In- SEEDLING PACKET
of and show
Housing
Department time
situation. clude selecting the best land up any from fall to
Urban Development. An Increased spring before new needle SALE::
Never underestimate the power of a Gently that wholesale prices for beans Postmaster Jo'redO') Stump supply of mortgage for available lime and sampling fertilizer the soil growth begins. Don't forget the Division ofForestry's

womanespecially if she controls the have risen 218 per cent since July 1975. said. "We haven't figrued j money is the principal reason land needs, Seedling Packet
up preparation planting, Worst effects of Needle Cast Sale. Circle
for the lower interest rates. January 15 on
purse strings of the family; which most One of the nation's largest producers recently receipts yet, but December The VA loans cultivating insect and disease show up in the form of gray your calendar.
of them do. raised its stamp sales Overeat least two guarantees control and
price to retailers to made lenders to harvesting hairs on tree-owners who fear
by private
$3.08 a pound for regular ground coffee or three hundred per cent eligible veterans unmarried methods. Sources or for the lives of their pines. The Each packet will: cost $1,
above last Christmas. General and will contain two bare-root
That is why some of the nation's and prices at some stores have gone delivery mail handled surviving spouses and active- arrangements for seed, tree disease is known to causea seedlings each of
was upa fertilizer fuel Dogwood
,
supermarkets are calling on their female from $1.54 a pound at the start of 1976 to thousand per cent." duty military people. During etc.. should be determined.It pesticides., that slight it strikes growth and loss combined in trees Chinese Tallow-Tree Red
fiscal the
1976 VA
customers to try "anything but coffee" $3.19 this January.As guaranteed year almost $10 billion with other injuries such as Maple and Spruce Pine _

for breakfast in an effort to drive down Starke was under the Hi home loans a record dollar has been said that a chainis machine damage drought eight in all. Sale locations will

retail prices which are about to break a further step to get its customers watchful eye of the state and volume. no stronger than it's and bark-beetle attack it include the Bradford County
nation at that time as a kind of weakest link. I like to think of could contribute to a Agriculture Building in Starke
More than 9.5 million
the $3 mark. off coffee until the breaks
through a pound price some of what and the east door of the Court-
test tube example veterans have obtained over these practices as links in a "syndrome" culminating in
stores are offering a 20-cents-off couponon effect a large military reser- $129 billion In loans to production chain. If any of the tree's death. But by itself. house in Lake Butler.
The mayor of Hartford Conn. has the purchase of any size package of vation would have on a smalj) homes under the purchase VA these links are weak or Needle Cast is by no means a

called for a massive coffee boycott and tea cocoa or hot chocolate. Some town of some 1.200 In- loan guaranty program since neglected, satisfactory production treekiller.The AJ1

said that the American housewife "can company cafeterias have raised the price habitants. It was featured in its inception in 1944. may not be possible.miliijiitpt occurrence of Needle MftWftW :.

make this boycott work by switching to of coffee from 10 cents to 20 cents a cup, Cast varies greatly from year

tea broth, soup milk cocoaor even at the same time lowering the price of ,+RI to year. Since It is a relatively lV1f

water. tea from 10 cents to five cents in an ( minor disease it has not re- i I

effort to cut the consumption of coffee. worse ceived diseases the minute have study merited.that I STORY TIME:

The old year ended with a sharp round But much is known about its RESCHEDULEDBecause

of price hikes for supermarket shopperswho But for coffee drinkers who are really OhuMatre habits.

found that increases in the cost of hooked on the beveragenothing quite G vacations of holiday

coffee during 1976 wiped out savings on takes the place of a cup of Java with the here BOOT G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER temperature Weather conditions such as "Preschool this Slorylime"last work will' the"In-

other items. morning paper.They might be willing to Publisher winds! control humidity Nature's,time and rescheduled for Jan. II at 10

boycott sugar butter, eggs or almost Published each Thursday and entered as second Baas Matter at the Poet Office at Stark, eta. under table including spore a.m. so that more childrenwill
production
l The price of coffee has been risingever any other item of diet. But coffee..:? Actof March 3. 1879. Subscription rate in trade area: $7 per year: M six month in fungi and needle de- be able to attend.
since frost damaged the in velopment In pine trees. And
crop trade M M.SO six month Storytime features
Outside area: per year: when books
Brazil in the summer of 1975. The "Just another half a cup.Jf you Phone 964-6305 St...., Pa. an abundant crop of stories and record for the:
National Coffee Association said spores meets a Hush of tender children and
I' re- pleasef leaf growth the stage it set
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Rai ford News by phone May Belle 431-1089 Dobbs

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Some of those from Raiford Chris Lawson, Mr. and Mrs. day afternoon.Mrs. Carolina, Friday morning. Jeffrey demons were Friday Mooneyham entertained witha SERVOES
tending the movie "The John Sapp, Mr. and Mrs. Don Alzy Thomas spent Mr and Mrs. Earl Dobbs night supper guests of Mr. and New Year's party at their
gross' and the Switchblade"ate Alvarez, Mr. and Mrs. several days last week with had as New Year's supper Mrs. Howard Register and home for the young people of UNITED ST.MARK'S CHURCH i
First Baptist Church in Wallace Mooneyham and girls her mother, Mrs. Mary Free guests Mr. and Mrs. Howard attended the wedding of Mrs. Raiford METIIODISTCIIURChISUNDAY Rev.John Flynn
ake Butler Friday' nightere and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs. Register Sr., Howard Jr., Dan Karen Hendley and Robert The Frist Baptist Church of : 9:45: Church I
Mr and Mrs. Drew Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Freeman man.Mr.. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs Pam, Ronnie and Steve Granger. Raiford members after School; 11 a.m Morning SUNDAY: Holy Eucharist,
weat, Mrs. Gertte Hart, Mr. and son Curtis visited had as Wednesday night Register of Lake City, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Granger seeing "The Cross and theSwitchblade" Worship with nursery provided 8:30a: .m.; Church School,9:45 .
Ind Mrs. DeWitt Padgett, Mrs: Mary Freeman last Sun- supper guests Mrs. Louise and Mrs. Don Newmans and of Lake City were Sunday returned to ; MYF snack supper a.m.; Hofy Eucharist, 11 a.m.
Wike of Kanappolis North night of Mr. and their church for refreshments WEDNESDAY! Junior
children Gordon and Donna of supper guests (Betty Sue Denmark and
Carolina' and Miss Cathy Wikeof Starke, Mr and Mrs. Bud Mrs. Earl Dobbs. Viola Anderson),6 p.m.; MYF Choir Practice 6:30: p.m.;
Raiford. Clemons and children Mr. and Mrs. Bob Granger meetings and recreation 6:30: Senior Choir Practice 7:30
.wtwr4 Mrs. Gussie Hershie and Mischelle and Jeffrey of of Lake City visited her Starke p.m.; p.m.
daughters Janie Lynn of Lake Heilbron Springs, Mr. and grandmother Mrs. Mary TUESDAY:Group 3 (Mrs.
Butler and Mrs. Kay Trowell! Mrs. Eddie Reynolds of Freeman Sunday night. First Baptist Tom Slade), 10 a.m.; Group 4 .
and children of Sandersonwere Perry. Other guests for the Calvin Griffis Sr.spent New (Mrs. T.T. Long), 10 a.m. FIRST CHRISTIAN
Wednesday guests of day were Michael Dobbs, and Year's weekend with Mr. and Church Group 2 (Kate Slruth Mrs. CHURCHJim
Mrs. Mary Freeman. children Mike Ronda and Mrs. Gerald Griffis. Grady Overstreet), 10 a.m.; Love.Minister
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Freeman Larry, Mrs. Gerald Griffis Bryan and Mellissa Griffis Rev.Ben Bryant Group 5 (Fellowship Mall,. Sunday:Sunday school 9:45:
and baby visited Mrs. and children Bryan and celebrated birthdays last 7:30 p.m. a.m.; morning service, 10.45am : I
Mary Freeman Sunday after Mellissa and Debra Lynn week. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald SUNDAY: Sunday School, WEDNESDAY; ; : Group 1 .; youth group, 6 pm.:;
noon. McCullough. Griffis and granddaughterDebra 9:45: a.m.; Morning Worship, (Mrs. L.C. Early), 10 a.m.; eveningworship,7p.m.choirpractice ; i
Liquid Chicken Mr and Mrs. Eddie Reynolds Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs Lynn took all of them to II a.m.; Church Training,6:ISpm Chancel Choir Rehearsal 7:30: 8 p.m. BibleGRAHAM
of visited Mr. and Morrisons in Wednesdaystudy night:
Perry were Sunday afternnon guestsof Gainesville for ; Evening Worship, 7:30: pm.
Mrs. Earl Dobbs Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Don New. supper Friday night and to the p.m. 8 p.m.
Mr and Mrs. Bud Clemons mans in Starke Tuesday after- movie "The Wildernessfo'amily" I
WEDNESDAY Im.'UUAPTIST
FertilizerDelivered : Family \IORUAN
had as Saturday luncheon noon. in Starke to BAPTIST I
night supper 615: p m ;
guests Mr and Mrs. Eddie celebrate the .
Mrs. Gerald Griffis and birthdays.Mrs. Sunday School Worker's Rev.James Starling !
Reynolds of Perry. Mr. and Jenning and sister Sunday Services: Sunday
Mellissa Mrs. Earl Dobbs,
G.A.'s, R.A.'s,
& Spread For meeting School, 10 ,
You a.m. Morning
Mrs. Roy demons Mrs. Mrs. Debbie McCullough and Alma of Jacksonville Beach SUNDAY School. I
Acteens World Friends, and : Sunday
Worship and Services for the
Brenda DeVoe and of Donald
baby brought Sims home
Debra Lynn were business Mission Friends, "Hour ofPower" 10 a.m.; Morning Worship 11
Starke Mrs. Mary Freemanand visitors Gainesville Mon. Wednesday; after a few days Deaf llam.Training Union, i
$100erTon? 468-1985 in 7-10: Adult choir am.;; Training Union, 6pm.;
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs. visit with them. p.m.; 6:30: p.m., Evening Worship,
8:15 Evening Worship 7pm.
: .
day.Everett p.m. 7.30:
Mrs. Louise Wike who has Fowler is visiting Miss Linda Sue Alvarez of p.m.W'dnesday WEDNESDAY: Mid-Week ,
6 Tons been visiting her son and his aunt and other relatives in Gainesville was home for the Services: Mid- Prayer Service, 7:30: p,m. .
To The Truck family Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Alachua this week. holidays visiting her parentsMr. Week Prayer Service and
Thobel'W\ I win .vorsate
W.A. Wike and girls left for her Mrs. Earl Dobbs and grand- and Mrs. Don Alvarez Bible Study, 7:30: p.m., Choir r.
Prevatt Hampton Fla. TI great '0'ou n't get
Practice, 8:15: MADISON STREET .
home in Kanappolis, North children Mischelle and Mr and Mrs. Wallace nicks, you not( dii, marks. p.m. BAPTISTCIIUHCIi .

Rev.Charles SwartzThursdayVisitation t.
FIRST pntS \"TEIUANcliuncil 10

Ur.Jack: Hand minister am,2pm,7pm.
Sunday,Sunday school, 9:30a : Sunday--Sunday School I
m.; morning worship, 11 9:45: a.m. Morning Worshipand
Children's Worship, 11 ,
mThursday, choir practice, a.m. Church Training, 6:15: f''
7,30: p.m. pm Evening Worship, 7:30. I

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FIRST ASSEMBLY OF e
GOD r
"the happy church"
To-Rena Hwy ldat StarkeSUNOAYSERVICES Weldon St. tl

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RESTAURANT Sunday School10 a.m. I'.
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11
Morning Worship '
a.m. 'I
Now Under HewManagement Eve. Worship 7 p.m. ;,
i WEDNESDAY:
Youth meeting 7 p.m.
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155 W. Call|| THURSDAY-MONDAY Starke, Fh. Bible Pastor Study Robert-Harden 7 p.m. i

-_ Jan. 6th-10th Welcome one and all I I

Mike and DottU t;!

SMYRNA BAPTIST CHURCH
Invite their triads Elder T.C.Williams I
( TWIN $ O88 '
"On the search for a r i'
to eat with themSfttMlthf
f [;. i friendly church?" 'I|
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In Cit.nAmtrleu Sunday School 10 a.m.,
1111l 5 t: Z.1 .1 DOUBLE Worship Service 11 a.m., I
i B.T.S., 5:45: p.m., Evening;
iJ.... 1,a.i. .a..; iT ,' ". 325 Worship, 7 p.m.
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I ,, # ....................... welcomed. We preach the
I death, burial, and
..... ... h QUEEN ( resurrection of the Lord Jesus
OPEN 7 DAYS WEEK
I.L I. Christ. Come join us on the
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LECHLS OBITUARIES I
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR John Charles Tye in Brevard County. She was a brief illness. Funeral services were held member of the Christian James IMncksheur"

AND FOR BRADFORD BRADFORD COUNTY, retired postal clerk with Civil He was born In New Jersey, Monday in the Northside Church in Stewart, Miss. two

COUNTY, FLORIDA. FLORIDAIN John Charles Tye, 53, of Service at the Cocoa Post retired from DuPont and has Baptist Church, with the Rev. Survivors include Pauline: Lott James M. Blackshear, age

PROBATE DIVISION PROBATE died suddenly Friday Office. lived in Florida for the past James Cowarts officiating. daughters, Mrs. both of 58, of Kingsley Lake died in
Lawtey
CASE N0 76-113-CP Survivors include a brother Interment in Conner and Mrs. Esta Peeples,
CASE ten was
NUMBER 78-386-CP night, Dec. 31, in Lake Butler ; years. William the Bradford County Hospital
FILE NUMBER: 12549In FILE NO. 1-2431 following an apparent heart George Powell of Newton, Survivors Include his wife, Cemetery, under the directionof Hampton; two sons, and Tuesday morning.

ra: Estate of MERRITT attack. N.C.; two sisters,Mrs Maude Mrs. Viola P. Bennett of Archer-Tanner Funeral Wood of Memphis, Tenn., Mr. Blackshear was a

WILLIAM CRESSLER, Da- IN RE: Estate of RAYMOND J. Born June 24, 1923 in Fields of Starke and Mrs. Starke; one daughter, Mrs. Home of Starke. John Wood of Tomnolen Claude, native of Montgomery.
GUERTIN, Deceased Emma Tanner of Baldwin. of N.J. Miss.; one brother,
Harrison Arkansas, Mr. Tye Harriet Lankin ; one Alabama, and was born
Herard of Stewart, Miss.; one
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONTO NOTICE OF moved to Lawtey from Jacksonville Funeral services were held step-daughter, Mrs. Anna Ozie Belle Heath Rosenthalof September 22, 1918. lie cameto
ADMINISTRATIONTO in 1958. He was a Dec 28 at the Merritt Island Matish of N.J.; one brother sister, Mrs. Gilbert this area in 1945.

ALL PERSONS HAVING ALL PERSONS HAVING veteran of World War II Funeral Home, Burial was in Clifford Bennett of Salem, New York City; 16 grand- An Army veteran of World
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS Navy St. Luke's Episcopal N.J. and six grandchildren. Ozle Belle Heath, age 57, children and ten great-grand-
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS and the Korean War. Mr. Tye ; War II, Mr. Blackshear retired -
ESTATE died Monday, January 3, 1977, children.
AGAINSTTHE ABOVE Cemetery at Courtney. Funeral services will be in supervisorfor
1973
as a
AGAINSTTHE OVE ESTATE employed as a
was held
at her home in afteran services
PERSONS Lawtey Funeral were
AND ALL OTHER held Saturday morning in
of .
for the saje surplus.
installer
AND ALL OTHER PERSONS mechanical door
INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE: : N.J. at 11 in extended illness.\ Friday, Dec 31, in the DeWitt
Bridgeton. a.m., the Jacksonville
Sales Inc. of Jackson- Mrs. Harriet property at
INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE: Aldor LevyMrs.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Freitag Chapel. Intermentwill Survivors include: her hus- C.Jones Chapel at Starke with Air He
Station. was a
member of Law Naval
ville was a
band David James five Rawls and O.M.
that the Administration of the follow In Overlook ; Elders B.H.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED tey Lodge No. 189 F. & A.M. of Harriet Underwood Burial member of the St. Mark'sEpiscopal
Estate of RAYMOND J. Archer-Tanner daughters Dolores Slocum, Yarbrough officiating.:
that the administration of theestate which he is a forrrer Worshipful of North Cemetery. Church.
Levy, 67, US 301 of Greensboro
GUERTIN, Deceased, File No. 1- Funeral Home in Starke has Sharon James and Katrina was in the
of MERRITT WILLIAM 2431 is pending in the Circuit Master, was a past In- Starke, died suddenly at her charge of local arrangements.I I' James, all of Lawtey, Mildred Cemetery in Webster County, Survivors include Blackshear.his wife.
for the 8th Masonic Beveral Cady
CRESSLER, deceased, File Court for Bradford County, structor residence Friday evening Postell of Philadelphia, and Miss.
Number 1-2549, is pending in Florida, Probate Division, the District, a member of the Dec 31, following an apparent Bette Reeves of Gainesville; one son, Thomas B. Black-
the Circuit Court for Bradford Scottish Rite, and a memberof heart attack. shear of Kingsley Lake two
W. Oliver three Leonard Heathof
address of which is P.O. DrawerB Evelyn sons -
Florida, Probate the Grace United Methodist in GrimesMrs. brotners, Thomas It
County, Starke, Florida 32091. The Born October 4,1909 Fair. Colorado, Raymond Heathof Mrs. Thelma
Division, the address. of which Is Personal Representative of the Church. view, West Virginia Mrs. Mrs. Evelyn W. Oliver, 65, Tampa,and James Small of Blackshear of Amarillo,

Post Office Drawer B, Starke, Estate Is RANDALL R. CHISM, Survivors include his wife, Levy moved from Allentown, died Thursday after an Texas; four sisters Lillie Thelma Grimes, 64, Texas, and W.M. Bl ackshear

Florida. The personal representative whose address Is 534 West Pratt Mildred K. Tye; his father, Penn. to Starke in 1950. She apparent heart attack at the Long, Arsola Holloway and died Dec. 28 in the Union of Montgomery Alabama

of the estate is the Street, Starke, Florida 32091. C.A. Tye of Kansas City, formerly operated the Under Bradford County Hospital.She Elinor Heath, all of Lawtey, General Hospital in Lake one sister, Mrs. Emily: B

ATLANTIC NATIONAL BANK The name and address of the Missouri; one son, John C. wood Restaurant at the was born in Georgia, and Pauline Finn of Miami; Butler after a brief illness. Work of Pensacola.
OF JACKSONVILLE, whose Personal Representative's Tye, Jr. of Pensacola; one Underwood Motel and was a and had lived in Jacksonville, two brothers Albert Heathof Funeral services will beheld :/

address is 200 West Forsyth Attorney is set forth below: daughter, Mrs. Pamela Sue member of the Methodist until five years ago when she Jacksonville and James born in Thursday. Jan. 6 at Z
was
Street, Jacksonville, Florida All having claims or Talley of Lawtey; two Church. moved to Starke, on the Bay- Walker of Eatonville; one Mrs. Grimes had lived for the p m. in the St Mark'sEpiscopal
32201. The name and address of persons brothers, Bacil Tye of Kansas Survivors include four less Highway. She was a foster Ruth Raiford, and Church with the-
the Estate are daughter Malloryof Brooker
demands against in the
the personal representative's required, WITHIN THREE ((3)) City, Missouri; and Floyd Tyeof sisters: Mrs. Mabel U. Oster member of the Baptist Philadelphia; and twenty last six years She was a mem- Rev. John M. Flynn of

attorney to set forth below. MONTHS OF THE DATE OF Kaymore, Missouri; two and Mrs. Mary Lyons, both of Temple in Jacksonville, until grandchildren. community. Baptist ficiating. Interment will

All persons having claims or THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF sisters, Mrs. David Raynes of Starke, Mrs. Mae M. Jones of she moved her membership to Haile Funeral Home of ber of the Primitive follow in Kingsley Lake

demands against the estate are THIS NOTICE, to file with the Grove, Oklahoma and Mrs. Bradenton, and Sara Under the Northside Baptist last Starke is in charge of the Church. Cemetery under the directionof

required, WITHIN THREE Clerk of the above Court a George H. Maskars of Inde- wood of McCungie, Penn. Sunday. funeral arrangements. Survivors include her hus- DeWitt C. Jones Funeral

MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF written statement of any claimor pendence, Missouri, and three Funeral services were held Survivors include her husband band, Willis Grimes of l Home.

THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF demand they may have. Each grandchildren. Monday, Jan. 5, at gravesidein Everett S. Oliver of Brooker; one son, Floyd

THIS NOTICE, to file with the claim must be in writing and Funeral services were held Crosby Lake Cemetery with Starke; two sons, Charles S. Mrs. Thelma Wood Grimes of Lake Butler; one

Clerk of the above court a must indicate the basis for the Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 5, in the Rev. George Harper, Oliver of Jacksonville and brother, Lonnie Green of

written statement of any claim claim, the name and address of the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel in pastor of the First United Carl G. Oliver of St. Mrs. Thelma Mae Wood At- Green,Cove Springs; and six F-li

or demand they may have. Each the creditor or hIS Agent or Starke with the Rev. Don Methodist Church of Starke Augustine; one daughter, kins, age 78, of Hampton diedin grandchildren.Funeral _
claim must be in writing and Attorney, and the amount Denton and the Rev. James officiating. DeWitt C. Jones Mrs. Geraldine Gales of Ft. the Alachua General Hos- services were held

must indicate the basis for the claimed. If the claim is not yet Hall Jr. officiating. Burialwas Funeral Home was in chargeof Knox, Ky.; one brother, JohnA. pital in Gainesville Wednes- Dec.: 30 in the Chapel of RITIREar'MIMe /g

claim, the name and address of due, the date when it will become in Riverside Memorial arrangements. Whitehead, Jr. of Jackson- day, December 29, following a Archer Funeral Home of Lake

the creditor or his agent or due shall be stated. If the Park in Jacksonville with ville; two sisters, Mrs. Willie lingering illness. Born in Butler, with the Rev. Roman

attorney, the amount claimed. H claim is contingent or un- Masonic Rites conferred at Monroe Bennett May Curry of Jacksonvilleand Webster County Miss., April Alvarez officiating. Interment

the claim is not yet due, the date liquidated, the nature of the uncertainty graveside Mrs. Aletha Copeland of 7, 1898, she had moved from followed in Dyal Cemetery, "H enjoys true leisure who

when ft will became due shall be shall be stated. If the Monroe Bennett, 78, died Jacksonville; seven grand- Stewart, Miss.to Hampton 19 under the direction of Archer has time to improve his soul'sestate.

stated. If the claim is secured, claim is secured, the security Eva Powell Ford Monday morning in the Brad- children and one greatgrandchild. years ago. Mrs. Atkins was a Funeral Home. ." Henry David Thoreau
the security shall be described. shall be described. The Claimant ford County Hospital after a .
The claimant shall deliver
shall deliver sufficient copies of !Mrs Eva Ford of Merritt Island
of the claim
sufficient to
copies the Claim to the Clerk to enable It'I" On sale
a former Starke resident -
enable the clerk e"I
the clerk to to LE
the Clerk to mail one copy to died Christmas Day, .
mail one copy to the personal re- F.J Thursday Friday
.
each Personal Representative.All Dec. 25 in Wuestoff Memorial 64 ,

presentative.All persons interested in the persons interested in the Hospital in Cocoa. .lrfrkaf and Saturday!
Estate to whom a copy of this Born and reared in Starke,
whom of this
estate to a copy
Notice of Administration i has Notice of Administration has Mrs. Ford had spent 50 years
been mailed are required,
been mailed are required, WITHIN THREE ((3)) MONTHS IN MEMORY:
WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF THE

FROM FIRST PUBLICATION THE DATE OF OF THIS THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS In memory of our beloved National Brand Sale!

NOTICE to file any objectionsthey NOTICE, to file any objections mother, Mrs. Alma Houston,

may have that challengethe they may have that challengesthe who passed away suddenlyfour
validity of the DecedentsWill
validity of the decedent's year ago on Jan. 7, 1973.
the qualifications of the
will, the qualification of the per- You are gone but not for-

sonal representative, or the venue Personal or Representative jurisdiction ,of or the the gotten. We miss you.time Our The know and trust at bwer-than-bw prices!
venue or jurisdiction of the Court. hearts are sore, as goes names you
miss more. Your
court. by we you MMnB-!
-
ALL CLAIMS, DEMAND, smiles and gentle face
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS loving
NOT SO
ANDOBJECTIONS NOT SO AND OBJECTIONS No one can fill your vacant
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
FILED WILL BE FOREVER place.
BARRED. BARRED. IANNAMIRICARO f LGVI'S
Dated the First publication of /
Your loving children .
Date of the first publication of I
this Notice of Administration:
this Notice of Administration, Aretha Auston and familyCHU
December 30, 1976. UAKERIIIPl '
December 30, 1976. RANDALL R. CHISM, as M n M0i M ii ii 0w<, q T 'r SAVE 2.00,! UfilE JNdiMJ
ATLANTIC NATIONAL BANK It Till PRICE (N OMI&IULLEVI'S
Personal Representative of The OK THANKS STATE J '
OF JACKSONVILLE, as Personal Estate of RAYMOND J. a" '?la,, ; /,... :r. KVE JUNS!
Representative of the es- BLfHO
\
GUERTIN, Deceased. Words can adequately ,
never '
tate of MERRITT WILLIAM
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL for MOTOR OU
CRESSLER, Deceased. express our appreciation 1o. 88
REPRESENTATIVE: the many kindnesses extendedto NfA
RICHARD E. WELTY during recent 1 DISCOUNT PRICE WAS JllWlUirt
us our A
Anderson M. Foote, Jr., Esquire t
114 N. Walnut Street bereavement. We thank eachof .f
J
ULMER, MURCHISON, ASHBY "" r.... i1111E Americas livmitts once 1850'lin's
P.O. Box 996 friends for their It
ft BALL our : nchrini top *tiM cotton
Post Office Box 479 Starke, Fluida 32091 presence flowers and food. ,.. 3-No Cell Bock taps) State ft (retted and tw ticked it

Jacksonville Florida 32201 904 964-8050 We also thank Dr. Sun- SIYE 24%. '1l1E PUSI SIYI 21 1% i pan of striin. Md um min till
12/30 2tchg 1/6 dusadee and the employees of 4.84
Telephone: 364 5652
the Bradford County Hospital 570 29 88 380 SUKR lOW DISCOUNT MICE J ti, Nee PJIT Irei 't they rip1 Sites HM.
.
i SMiik to-ln icint 505it iprici
for their efforts in the behalf .
12/302tchg 1/6 NOTICE wscouNr MICC WA SUPER LOW DISCOUNT NUCi DISCOUNT MICC WA$ HU'S LMi SUIVE Mitts' that shahs in lit your
of our loved one. It will never -y-- SMJ UTWUUT Tf ILMkf Oedheft
be forgotten. | STETS lirf iUliMTM I'll NT CIUIIIE IT SLIP, MIU TSICE MMLE SOT .
Doyle E Starling has made EFFECTIVE FIE IMSM Twc-rtT TOME, i TrI.rM n* "I 1 M"or,idrntor.ctttn
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE Family of S.C liar ley tm'"I''' tut, EASY, c" 1'
application to the Bradford FIR MU-MWUH EMIIES. CARE SE-U. MIL rut CMMC w emuFll la itrkHt, sottfc.UIU tML1L i

County Zoning Board for re- 67. \
Notice is hereby given thatI "'
I, Dolph E. Reddish, as sheriff of classification of the property h s
described below from EA to OR
Bradford County, Florida, under Approximately 42 acres LECiRLSNOTICE SAVE11%
and by virtune of Writ of
located one mile West of laWley M '
>
Execution, to-WIt: MCIIEI SUM/SET MON F ,,
Execution issued out of on the South side of State Road ELECTIONBe runs wrra soiu RELUSEI! /

225 in Section 22, Township 5 a SI...... t'Kwik
County Court of Alachua South Range 22 East to sell one .it known that I, Roy I".... 6 88
County, Florida to
pursuant a
of the Town of UYIUI
or more acre lots. Carroll, mayor .
Final for
Judgement Boyd This change in classification is Brooker Florida do hereby w Kover
DISCOUNT '
mice wA7
Baisden d/b/a/ Co-op Laundriesof SAYI 21ox. e- 31f 31% 311ESx 3.88 2.88
hearing to hf that city
notice a
to public public
subject a gee .
Florida, Inc., and against ? COM mt 111'111I) [ISYC.'. awn
held on Tuesday, January 25, election has been called for '' orj/wtoupn MTSVTMTM e
Cttt /orrittir Mead, ) wart
Kwik Kar WasH, Inc. defendant, 0 plate
in the amount of 2299.02 1977 at 7-30 p.m., in the County February 8, 1977 at the Town 1.4, 4A1.00 3 S.1 .0 rums ecimst KOISMUUS soda. ti lul ty SKIMS priced IP

together with costs of Commission Room in the Brad- Hall. Notice is also hereby given DISCOUNT MICE' WA DISCOUNT MICI WAS FM TM fUMLT M trTtsistlll .f (all.. B7. '

collection ford County Courthouse. At this that qualifying is open from this riESTMl W-TUir IUIE STIVUU Uhf nrw MVU SELF-STKI last mm. "'1 111 Isaias un U% "r

Have seized and have in time all persons interested shall date through Noon on Saturday FUN FM MM N MSC MUM,M-fli-It-IM wan, NIliL,11" WISE, pMTinsIKMUTES Hi tat* ... ToMits IH
possession the following my be heard for or against the pro- January 22, for the positions of laws, 11 Fl. tZ.CM 115111. nUT II ILL lIDS HUT SMTUUMKMULE 2F 1

posal, as specified in the Zoning Mayor Marshall, Clerk, and
wit described personal property to- Code of Bradford County. three ((3)) Council seats. r' WAS ELM4 4 ;
:
A.R. Kiefer, Chairman Inspectors for the Feb. 8 : : .EN'S inrrcimi ;
The Kwik Kar Wash ,::
building
Bradford County Zoning Board election are Doris Kelly, Ala Mae ( : tICkS, ay
and located '
equipment on State "
and Jean Hart. SIZE$11.11'c
Raulerson,
,
Highway 16 in Starke, Florida.As .
1 1'6 3tchg 1 1.20. wriI fCA
the property of the above I,,..., :;)
named defendant and that on Hchg 1/6 _
.
Monday, the 10th day of NOTICE OF ? I

January, 1977 at twelve o'clock SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO NO 3.88 ., ,

Noon on said day on the REGISTER .% __ $REIVUUEI _i U' ob foSUPEN
premises of the Kwik Kar Wash Notice is hereby given that I, FICTITIOUS NAME LOW DISCOUNT FMCS'
+
Building. I will offer for sale and Dolph Reddish, as sheriff of Pursuant to Section 866.09 127 6 C 177 UTS USUTUU Ve nh

sell to the highest bidder for Bradford County, Florida under Florida Statutes, notice is DISCOUNT MICI WASDISCOUNT' MICE WASUpTtfUCltCMMNIlTT DISCOUNT met WASJ BOM SUtUS IT CWIM1tt .
cash in hand, the above described and by virtue of Writ of that the >Wi i eel WHO, emupjpprt FeJornaIpuq
hereby given MlMFtX tin SOS CUIN 2-T*. MM tUffiM UT, _
property of said defendant Execution to-wit: undersigned Lewis M. TIMED, ttMMflS flag", FILM, IISTUT LSUNMcumuMC. ISM"1IfN1A, Illir *laht sam MJ i

to satisify the aforesaidExecution. Execution issued out of Arlington, Rt. 1, Box 47-A, USNSEITT B4JTTM Till ii nrtsMts NAMI/IfI.EAST n CUM i

County Court of Seminole Starke, Florida, 32091, doing
Dolph E. Reddish, Sheriff County, Florida pursuant to a business under the firm name of
Bradford County, Florida Final Judgement for Hidi Con "STARKE AUTO AND TRUCK Bi I \ I

struction Inc., and against Jack SERVICE"402 Temple Avenue, EISG asyMiiRi'

12/16 4tchg 1/6 W. Southard, defendant, in the Starke, Bradford County, \ / 2. 7waj.Vr I"'S COTTON VIBCP.WUXT

amount of $1,97300 togetherwith Florida, 32091, intends to i FMIT-OF-IMI-I.OOU.
costs of collection. said fictitious DISCOUNT MIDI
register name
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Have seized and have in my under the provisions of aforesaid \ 11 .1+ 1 MYriM-llel JUISAMSTTUM. ..eakgRa.. Situ S.M.t.11.,lor ham UMitK*d Wuti kill

REGISTER possession the following des- statute. TIT STMIY1lor ...l/3li.koit Huts' .1/131:
FICTITIOUS NAME cribed personal property to-wit: Lewis M. Arrington, owner. E11R IAYi .2E% 8.97 tKitd for itrMftk ketltoo tto sMrts... 1/311. Mrs ( ..r

Dated this 23rd day of porrntorittloo sun III Pert Jim
Pursuant to Section 866-09 1970 Ford Country Squire 4 DISCOUNT MICE WAsa(
December, A.O. 1976 at Starke, o 870 1S88
Florida Statutes, notice is here- Station Wagon Tag No. 45-3363 Florida. t1EN1111 SMMUITMIUrSBUULVIWMtTS
DISCOUNT"CI" WAs..JH'DISCOUNT"ICI WAS J.I1'IYH' > DISCOUNT met WAS JI.
by given that the undersigned I.D. No. OE76Y267473 12/23/ 4tchg 1/13 .
Anthony R. Hayes, P.O. Box mSMU SUE MAT, HSMSAMI M MTUILMoTTU hair MUUMUU Iii WTN Son I air fart a/alw.aeitri yr

319, Lawtey, Florida, 32058. As the property of the above Kt. M>Ills IM' .,.tAU, US EAST UWJTIM t" N1TMHTMM 1TTICSS, raps flat PIPPtOTPlULl-l)
*uu FIWLT nraurn MTI/I UoItITAIU RMII FEN IlN
WT STMME
busin.under the firm and that
doing named defendant on NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO \ huh
of "HAYES ELECTRIC," 31st day of
name Monday, the REGISTER
YUM KMI! 1'"
P.O. Box 319, Lawtey. Bradford January, 1977, at twelve o'clock FICTITIOUS NAME ul Q
County Florida, 32068, Intendsto Noon on said day on the premises 1L SUE r

register said fictitious name of the Bradford CountyJail Pursuant to Section 866.09 1 11111111 JIT1nUTMJTT

under the provisiON of aforesaid Yard, I will offer for sale and Florida Statutes, notice is I OU.

statute. sell to the highest bidder for hereby given that the 190 j.

Anthony R. Hayes, owner. cash in hand, the above des- undersigned Frances McNeish, 1.99

Dated this 30th day of cribed property of said defen- Route 1, Box 9-A, Starke, DIsc.PItta
December A.D. 1976 at Starke, dant to satisfy the aforesaid Florida 32001, doing business Oe 1es1/ WAL1S Uti ill SATE 22% I ,

Roods. Execution. "THE UYI 34" UII 1'"
under the firm name of
12/30 41chg 1/20 Dolph E. Reddish, Sheriff 11.94. 3.00
AUTO CLINIC, 436 Madiwxv ( 2) 2p3.73
Bradford County, Florida Street, Building D, Starke, 9 c '..
TIIn IT DISCOUNT MICI WAS l DISCOUNT PVICI' WAS Z DISCOUNT mici WAS 4
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Mother to small boy aboutto 1/6 4tchg 1/27 32091 Bradford intends County, Florida said, DISCOUNT"let WASJAE I I 6 f11N rH Itt.. MNI SIIIS, NIN/p Mil .-...._. USMTMCIT yjFIMMI IF.u
to register
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venture into a crowd on 1I1Z.11Z1 tKM1ilII TIT 1 ("PMIFME SWTMT N UMFUI.IT MLA UMES UMT-SUITI TIPS

hi* own: Remember, if you fictitious of name aforesaid under statute.tMproviror. MSTIt FUMTS, IMT f. .WI Too* iMdfMT ae!!.-J.tnctIIII2 ... dlNs 511. Itntell straps, I too) laM, bit 'MIKI. pruti itIPKU

let lost, come right back On a bus: "His idea of Frances McNeish, owner. .MUO-MMSUrt WASJJP initi rY1i no* a.mN leg sam 31N w (Of It owls Suet S.M.I

Beret"! roughing it is cutting filet Dated this 23rd day of .
CONVENIENT
Phil Spark, quoted mignon with a dull knife." December, A.D. 1976 at Starke, FAMILY EAGLE DISCOUNT THE STORES 312W.MadisoiSt. :Pack R g. & Kings Super 10O's
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by Creator ,In Louisville I CIGARETTES
Red O'Donntll in
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by Elizabeth Givens Walker Prayer Meeting 7:30: ; Thurs-

day night Bible Study 7:30: ;
CLASS REUNION Sunday Service will conclude

Christmas Eve was the with Sunday School.

I setting for the class of 1970 Mt. Morlah: Tuesday -

[ class reunion at James Davis Prayer Meeting 7:30 p.m.; FOR
FOR RENTFOR FOR SALE SALE
Center In Lawtey. Twenty-one Wednesday Choir rehearsal MISCELLANEOUS T

members attended the re 7:30: ; Sunday School 9:30. At 3 ,

union. Rubin Hendrieth, Hazel p.m. Sunday the choir will LP RECORDS: FOR SALE ''EL
BILL'S SAW SHOP Complete -,
RENT 12 foot wide TOP SOIL FILL DIRT 6 12.50 each
King. Emma Hampton Davis participate in at Dahmer'e. Lillian C.Pearson
a Musical Tea ..rvl.. .
sharpening day week dozer ;
Lane mobile homo outside city per ; work TF/Chg
Mary Cummings at Greater Allen Chapel circular, hand, carbide, limits. Phone 9644114 or end dragline work. Phone ----- Real Estate eriu.UrgarREALTY
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Shirley McDougald Ford Church. -
chain mower blade hollow 473-4777. TFchUPSTAIRS 468-1873 .Star Route
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Daisey B. Coleman Mary L. New Bethel: Rev. L.R. ground nod balanced. Leave :... L_._ Hampton STEPHENS FOR SALE Diamond

Strong Edwin Clark, Linda Davis. Wednesday 7:30: et Jackon Building Supply, .!.!!! LANDFILL. C-HO. needlea for any, atereo over Like ..w. 24 x 64)) double Ct :
Tyson Hampton James Prayer Meeting Starkeor Key atone Helfhte. APARTMENT 247 different ones we have MilCH&A.3BR, 2 .
; Friday Large, downtown, central them all. bath. patio, itsrag :
McCollie, Curtis Harmon General Business TF/Chf LAND FOR SALE10 Dahmer'eDlicount. G -- !)
Meeting 7
heat and air|phone 0646395.MOBILE TF/chg buildings, on oak shaded
Julian Desue Ronnie Auston p.m. All members Aer.., .cleared bahta .
are asked grass :
Betty L. Davis Morris Aaron, to be present. SOFA & CHAIR SETS on !!!!!L 1/6_ 12,000 per acre; 417 feet on lot 22500. -- ... ...........
Saturday 2pm. - -
.... at Dahmer's Dlacount. MOTOR HOME 1972
paved SR 121. 3 miles South
Marks
Shirley Bruce the pastor and deacons TF/ hs HOME 3 bedrooms of Lake Butler In Union Open Road, Chevy chassis, 3.2 acre with fnifc. tree* j
Addison, Chris Chandler meeting; Sunday School 9:45: spacious grounds In County Phone 1-355-8694 22 feet long, good condition neat 3 BR CB home
Henry Franklin Shirley Morning for ) ... with family room SR Cecelia Terwillegar
Fay- Worship n a.m.. 3pm. GUNS FOR SALE 22', Lawtey! apace garden after 4 p.m.' Itpd 1/6 22,000 ml. .Phone 964-6071
son Griggs Robert Nichols. the Pastor and no petal; no objection to small or 9647839. TF/chg 100-8 133,900.
congregation 25'. and 38' cold at Dah- Real Facts On REAL ESTATE
The classmates plan to make will have services at m...'. Dlacount. children! deposit required. - -

this reunion an event every Nursing Home Communion TF/cbl- Phone 782.3279..: :..!!6 TrVCng!. U.S.FLU Good FREEZER or Better BEEF 70- CATTLE RACK for abort 2 borne BR aluminum with siparatsgarage tiding National statistics show the average cost of a new

five years.CHURCH Service 4 p.m.Ebenezer NEED HOMEIMPROVEMENTS pounde dreeaed only 8 wheelbase pickup S35 Morgan Road home is S3800 and the average family income is
BRADFORD VILLAGE .
OR Phone 782-3660. TF.h.IRSUIAICE. ..
Baptist: Rev. steers M.F. Wiggins, $15,000. 12836.
REPAIRS DONE? For APARTMENTS 1 BR,
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NEWSSt. L.R. Davis. Tuesday night 7-8 Brooker phone 4851586.FREEZER - These should
flreplacee, remodeledbitchene. modern furnished AC carpet figures give you a good idea of how
Bible Class with Sister Mamie bathe additions, walk-in. closet enclosed 1/6 2tpd! 1/13. _______ 8.7 acre $15,500 to compare your income and family home value to

Johns Missionary Baptist Turner; Thursday night 7-8 garage, or encleaed patio off Street parking. 315 10 aerie" that of the national average. These figures also

Church; Rev. Willie Huff Prayer Meeting; Sunday carport,cell Marcua Grlffia. Weal Waahington. Street. Cheit Type $13,900 show how the economy continues the upward trend.

man Monday 12 noon Prayer Prayer Meeting 10 a.m. 473-2108. tfn/chg Phone 964-8601 1/6 4tpd Blending 15 cubic feet Street- $90.heratoga I3i0 36.35.cr.- -. --1340'- on US Good buys in property are still available for the
Band Wednesday Bible 1/21
Class
; heights, phone !964-7381. 301 North Ideal for subdivision careful investor We can show you property which is
and Prayer Meeting 5 p.m.; SARAH COVENTRY JEW. 20 presently for le. will
.Terms percent sa or we try to locate something
Hpdl6DALMATIAN! I
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Choir TWO BFDROOM: HOME
Thursday rehearsal 6 ELRY Sake. -
CLASSIFIED AD RATES opportunity. dowa 15 years at 81 1/2 special if you have specific requirements.
p.m.; Sunday School 10 a.m.; CaD Erma Johne,964-5483 or LR. DR Large Family Pl'PS .,_ percent latereet. Zoned -----
Full
Worship services 11 a.m. and 3 Deadline for Insertion Annette Beulle, 372-4444. Room. Fenced back yard Blood Excellent for MM utsttM OR $56,500.LAWTEYi Not too close not too far) 10 acres fenced pasture -
1160 month plus depo.lt.DI. pete or Norm Temple Ave..
p.m. The Ministers and Tuesday Noon preceding 12/2 TFcbgAVON .. per location. Phone 964- hunting $10 ...h. Phone STARKC,FLORIDA' -, 3 BR block home with carpet and panelingand

Deacon Union will be held Thursday before 7972. Itpd 1/6 Nethan Shannon 964.8165.Updl6 <0 pecan trees. Low taxes, low maintenance*
5 SR 225 E
Jan. 28, 29 and 30 at St. John's publication. CALLING To buyor -!. ...________ a. 17400 -
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Church. The public is invitedto ..n Avon cad 755-2807 or Attractive brick Barksdal.home on Madison -
write Lome Clyatt P.O. Box TWO BEDROOM MOBILE 5 acre 660' oa SR 125 complete modern kitchen CH.A, 3 BR. 2 Baths.
attend. PECANS U-PICK
45
Minimum Charge$2.00 220 Lake. City, Florida HOME 12 s 55. Locatedon Terms $9,000
God's Miracle: Deliverance; (Covers IS Words) TF/chg SR 235 In country. Phone cent a pound Saturday - Save on gall ______

Elder Singleton. Sunday Each word over 15 964-5630 after 5 p.m. Itpd and Sunday only. Lawley 10 acres $12,500 Green Acres A love 3 BR. 2 B with CH&A and
1/6 ptione782-3576._ Itpd L6 3BR. LR. DR. Family
School 10 a.m.; Morning Wor- 10 cents Lg. - all the goodies..Separate garage, paved driveway
ship 11 a.m. ; Evening SCISSORS SHARPENED Room Fireplace on 20 20 A. 2 MH hook. .upe hog
Regular and pinking ONION PLANTS T.... acres with barn Grahamarea barn with. electric. water nice patio great neighborhood.
Worship 7:30: p.m.; Monday All Classified Ads must be
heart for (1 pair. HOMES fOR SALE grano $3 per hundred. terma. and concrete dab for -----
Band
Thurs-
Prayer Meeting for in
paid advance unless
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STRETCH SEWING Phone 782-3369. II.hL6 - UNUSUAL AND HIGHLY DESIRABLE commercial -
.. farrowing pig 3O,000
day Prayer Meeting, 7:30: ; you have an established SHOP 123 South Walnut Hampton Lake. beautiful - property consisting of a store and three lots
HYPU 5:30: Sunday; account with the 12/18 4tch(16PERSONAL NEARLY NEW DUPLEX HAY FOR SALE Arthur hided lot ready for ahoua 51.8 beautiful acres near Kingsley Lake.
65' 28' Brick central Geakln. phone 7823140.
Greater Allen Chapel; Rev. Telegraph. In that event SO *. approximately 2000'en US
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R G. Heastie. Each air. carpet, range and refrigerator 12/23 6tchg 1/27 - -
Tuesday cents extra charge for 301 1529: square lost 3 Owner financed -3BRB cozy home on
located 639
7:30 and SERVICEALL Epperson SR 100 S. Large mobile BR 2 bath (;H&i\.
night Prayer Meeting billing. Not responsible for Street Lot 93' x 185', WATSON'S HOUSE OF brick Cherry Street..You can walk everywhere from this
home lot. Well end
Class Meeting. Sunday School when septic home 2 fireplace. -
errors given over the $32,500phone! 9647574. 1/6 VACUUMS Many brand location.
tank
10 a.m.; 11 am Morning phone or when- copy Is aot 4tpd 1/27 of new vacuuma Used b.nI..eod pleated
Worship; 3 p.m. Mrs. Mary typed and brought to the TYPES KEYS made at machines available. Expert - pasture. Maajr possibilities Perfect to build onF SR iloTconvenient to Starke

Helen Coleman will be the office. Olin Mobile Homes.50 cent 2 ACRES AND MOBILE repairs,all ....... Parta and Connerly Estates SR 16, 2 $195,400. Country Club. Price negotiable.Ideal .
each. Highway 100 Stark. accessories for all ml. from town beautiful - -
speaker at a musical tea. vacuum -----
TF HOME Double-wide. x brick home, 3BR 2B, Lit ASSOCIATES
964-5606.
phone I.h.
central
Music will be provided by 60. 4 bedroom. 2 bath, Built-in 404 vacuum( NW Lg. family room and Charle and Lola combination for home and business with flair I

different choirs. Everyone is AUTOMOBILES USED CII/A.ln Lawtey on SR 225.Ju.t cleaning lOth Avenue.ayateme.Gainesville. .kitchen central air & heat. 964-7154 or Zlf..r Elegant brick home .
invited. HOME REPAIRS Any off US 301; $17,000.
Paved drive.'f'f -----
type remodeling roofs, new Contact: M.M. Jordan Phone 376-7110. TF/chg Lillian PearionREALTORLawtey
Greater Bethlehem Freewill 1970 MAVERICK 6 additions, concrete work, or 7820220. 1/6 phone ____ _n._____ '- Get your money's worth! 4 BR 2 baths, fully carpeted .

Baptist: Kev Jasper cylinder, 1600 phone-782- painting. Free estimates, TF/Chg ALUMINUM WINDOWS New blk. home in town ,Florida CH&A Brick, LR, DR, Kitchen, outside city
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2B :
3BR LR
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Williams. Monday Tiny Tot 33S7. Itpd I IS phone 9646127. 11/18 DOUBLE WIDE Mobile! Single hung and awning. 36 Urge garage, quiet area, 782-3806 limits on one acre.

rehearsal; Tuesday Prayer TF/Chg Home, 31/4 acres on Bey x 8 S8.50; 30 x 27 corner lot. Gracious Demor.sth'-1.75; ;; acres adjacent to
Meeting; Wednesday Senior 11.50 18 52 $15.5016 FOR SALE' Pickett
1973 PLYMOUTH lese highway Sacrifice my ; x : - .
Starke Plaia.
MOBILE HOME MOVINGAlo
Choir rehearsal Thursday SATELLITE Ssbrlng Investment of S25.00O for x 52 12700; MANY 2 story frame house In Templates, Lettering
Story Hour at church; Friday Plum, air and automatic mobile home and mobile hurricane 119000. Moving to Miami. OTHER SIZES. BARGAIN: town one of the older ones guide. General me template Bessent Road attractive 3BR, 2 B home with

night 6 p m. Junior Choir re trensmisslon. It.800 phone home anchoring roof coating. OUn'a Phone 964-8699 for appoint.ment. CENTER. 301 South tfnchg with plenty of living area. .. Electronic Eloise CH&A, LR DR. large den and even an office...excellent -

hearsal. Saturday 6pm. Sun- 782-3961.! Itchg. ..1/6- Mobile Home Service. Phone .. :-.1/6. TF/Chg! __ __ - end Architecture AD for location.
sale .. Tb. Office Shop. _____
day School teacher's meeting. 964-5606. State Road 16W MORTGAGE NOTE FOR Several comm.r.lallot. on '
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Dinner will be served at 12:30.: PLYMOUTH FURY 1968 and Junction 233, Star..... TWO BEDROOM MOBILE SALE Valued at 15.000 301. Phone 964.9784.Registered Just what you've been looking for Brick,'3 BR,

Evening Worship. 6 p.m. run good; S550 or beat Tt'/Cha HOME Equity low with return ot.750O. OUn'a - 2V Bath, CH&A, family room, LR DR; fully

First Born Church: Elder offer. Phone 9114-4300" 964- 't-: :-. -----...... .':monthly pnyments. and low Mobile Home Sttrvie*. Phone 3 BR. I bath block equipped kitchen with dining area laundry'rootn\ ,

S.V. Cohens. Tuesday Prayer 5-110..:,._Itpd_ 1/8 ;.1-. very pace spacious rent heating, near cooling...hoolDw.er !9645806. TF/Chg doom construction, in town.LR Family 4II office,2-car garageswirnming_ !! pooland fish.pond

Service7:45 WANTED ---- -- --- -
: ; Friday Tarrying leaving for health < Are "
FORD STATION WAGON you a "do-it-yourselfer The Floyd Green
Service 7:45: ; Sunday School 1965. automatic transmission reaaone. Inquire Deea Store, --- -------- 9 acres, pasture land home at .01 Call & Orange could be restored and bea

10:30: am. 11:30: Morning power eleerlng end WANTED Farm and !ighway..1IH. ). Uchg...!1/6_ 10 x 20 PATIO COVER reaeonably priced just off Real show place.
SK IS
Worship. 6 p.m. YPCW 7:45 brekee, radio heeler 1-450 construction mach.-equip.- Installed 1190! ; Unlnatalled. N.W. of town. Estate Broker -----
150. Gator Mobile Home - -
Evening Worship. Visitors are firm. Phone 9646410. Itpd vehlctee.. Let ue sell your NEW HOME Keystone Service, 5002 N.W. 13th St., Very nice large frame The Best of Hampton Lake: sumptuous well-built

always welcome. 1/8 _ _ surplus for you. Open Monday Area Just Completed. 3 et Five Star Mobile Homes. house on corner lot in town Fred Sackett brick home on large lot with dock. A dreamhouse
Antioch Missionary llaptlst: through Saturday, 8:30 Bedroom,2 Beth.GE Heat & 372-9767 Gainesville tfnchg 3BR.2 baths C/HAA large Broker made to order. The best for the bestl)
Thursday 7:30: Prayer CHEVY VEGA 1972 Air. to 6. Northeast Florida Air Convenient location. garage. U.S 301Hampton -----

Meeting; Saturday night 7:30.: radio heater. S800 or b..t Equipment Auction. US 17, Adams, phone 473-2056 or -------- - Fla. NEEDED: Homes in good repair under $30,000.

all Choir Union members offer. Phone 9645410. Itpd North Green Cove Springs, 4734078. TF/cbg FOR SALE Farm and 15.20 acre tract. high landon ---- .,
1/6 phone 284-5977.. TF/chg_ construction mach. paved road Grahamarea. Phone 468-1753 "
-equlp.-
rehearsal; Sunday School 10 :- NEEDED: Small acreage with 3 bedroom house.
am.. 11 Morning Worship. "ehl le.. Open Monday Terma.
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CHEVY PICK-UP 1970. WANTED Died refrigerator LOST AND FOUNDLOST through Saturday 8:30: to 6. - tfnchg 10-7
Evening; Worship. 6:30.Fr..e : NEEDED: Home with 20-159 acres for family who
washer and 1-3-6 homesite
with topper; 350 cubic Inch; ** Consignments' welcome. acre 4
Cannon True Church: 4 new tiree on chrome rim. atovee in good condition. Call Northeast Florida Equip miles N.W. of Starke.. loves horses.

Elder Sampson White. Tuesday Plume...964-7066. Upd_1/6. Dahmer' Discount, 964- December 4 ment Auction. US 17, North - -----
Prayer Meeting 7:30: 7923. TF/ hJACREAGE between W aide nod Strkei Green Cove Springs, Phone Frame house in town 2 Cecelia T.
BOOTSAT Terwillegor Realtor
p.m. ; Wednesday Tarrying 1972 FORD VAN V-8 gray and white.. striped tomcat 284-5977. TF/chg Bedroom LR. Kit., FR. ,
Service; Friday Bible Study; with air coiditlon. Body WANTED 5 ,neutered white flea Very reasonable.Frame 206 West Madison Avenue, Starke, Florida

Sunday School 10 a.m.. rough but engine I. atrongi, or 10 acre near Stark with collar, lap sitting. $10 re- FOR SALE Mobile Home - -

Morning Worship I llam.I and nine good, 1.390. S.. et mall ho.... Call Reese ward. Phone collect 1-378- Peru and supplies. OLIN'S house In country -

Evening Worship 7pm. Bradford Telegraph. 135 Bradley 1-389-8888! WalterWilliam 2045.!: Itpd 1/6 MOBILE HOME SALES 3 bedroom 1 bath living CARRADINES m OFFICE PHONE 964-7776

Mt. Zion1.: .":. Church: W..t Call Strut phone 964- *..Inc. Itchg 1/6 Highway 100 West, Starke. ..oom. family room app. 2 HOME PHONE 964-5145
6305. 964 5806.' TF/chg Griffin Loop.
TFcbjPLYMOUTH LOST Black and red male phone acres
Kev. Richard Bethel. Sunday WANTED Rental 2 or 3 trig, dog Lost In Camp - Soon we will he receiving RAllfI I ;
School 10 a m. Lovefeast Service FURY III bedroom home, unfurnished. Blending on December 31. Kingniey Lakhome. area new styles for
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llam. Communion 1972. 4 door 360 A/C ete. Contact Sgt. Trotter phone No collar but tattoo in eer. Floriland mobile 1977 and In anticipationwe

vice 4pm. Good condition. Best .If... 431J849: !!.:.. .!ltpd_1/6____ Phone Danny Luke, 964- Realty - are placing on closeoutsale
:Macedonia Freewill Baptist Phone 473-3382. 12/19 72J8. 1/6 2tchg...!1/13 393 North Temple Frame house In town 3 over n hundred pairs
of boots. At this time
bedroom 2 bath living we
: Rev. J.N. Butler. Bible HELPWANTEDBRADFORD
T.hgMOTORCYCLES
.room 2 car carport have nearly a full size BRASINGTON
Class
Wednesday night; INSIDE CITY
Come in and pickup Cndaiac-OUaMb-e
storage area Walnut coverage.
Community Prayer Meeting mTHOMASU3 Street a pair in your else nt excellent LONGCHAMP halt&Service

Thursday night at a different HOSPITAL le now COUNTY accepting 2 eell.email houses, priced to - .."1.... ij lion end Building Fmt Selection Of Used

church in the community. application for RN. LPN REALTY ..:.. -:- 2 story frame house In Mnlerlele Can Taken On
Pleasant Grove: Rev. Willie and OR TECHNICIANS. town 4 bedrooms living, Hope everyone had a Cadillac Tradei
3 BR block house, CII&A.lood ,
Stitt. First and second !Monday TWO MOTORCYCLES -. Phono 964-0000. Director ofNurses. 621 North Walnut St. condition. room dining room. 2 fireplaces 'good holiday ateioa.Thank -WEBUILDSIOIN.W.13 3784301a

night Young Junior Choir Low mileage, ..0'* 1973 12/15 4tchg 1/6 Slarke. ,Florida 32091 - 2 bathe, needs repair you. w Plant Or Our a GAINESVILLE

rehearsal 7:30.: : Tuesday night Hodeke Eodur. 125 C.C. 9644162 3 BR block house, near. very reaaonable Your Lot Or Ow-."
Young Junior Choir rehearsal Wombat with combat kit and REGISTERED NURSES II [formerly J.Thoma schools.Building. Madison Street. CARRADINE'SLEATHER -FREE ESTIMATESRenodelng

7 p.m. Wednesday night knobble 0.. ladles' and HI- All shIfts available Real EaUte) - - SHOP KetnA&Ildms
Yamaha Endure. 1973. 125 Require" certificate ae a lots la dt,.. GEORGE ROBERTS JR.
C.C. electric start; Package Registered Nurse, State 01Florlel. 301 South near SR IS 2 - Re,. Real Estate: Broker Lawtey,Florida 32058one I nee Bought- FORMICA

Circus To Perform deal 1495 Ralford phone43IJ074.I .. Good working condition acres with 125 f..t road OUTSIDE': CITY Phone 964-7826 |III|mile southon SoldTradedACREAGE 4x8 Sheets S 5 II

:! : !tchjl with State benefit. frontage. OPEN: Saturday A.M U.8.301

In Jtix Coliseum 150 bed hoipltal.! Contact - 13 aGree with house, 2 BR Phoa.182.3400 FOR SALE 2 Colo,.- Green I OrangeMOBII'1OME
Hours
400 KAWASAKI 1974. Perseanel Manager, Reception Business opportunity trailer 26' x 50' bars en Monday !9646853Ifwy.

Sissy bar low mileage, one and Medical Center Corner building Call and paved reed. vita F"VIf..I.hay.MI..I* through Saturday '
Feb. 2-6 owner, emcellenl condition, P.O. Box 62S. Lake. Butler Thompson Street.. - 9to4 XI South,Stark I If

1650. Lane Number 27, Fla., 32054. Phone 904/496. - 10 acre, concret block. d
Ringling Bros. and Barnum 2222. 12/30 2tchg' I/O Hwy" 100. Stnrk 8645608OLIN'S
Kingeley Lake after 5 p.m. ho u. -
Double wide mobile home fan All CAmE -----------,
& Bailey Circus will play a 5 Robert jjdwards.: -fd.2..6! on 5 acres of laid 3 BR. 2 - -5.cres-3

day engagement at the Bathe.. almost 1600 square BR frame house. AIM 1(1. tMetTJIt W till Drilling
Jacksonville Coliseum SUZUKI 0. STARKE FOR RENTFOR feet of living apace.Central - -
beginning Wednesday. Feb. 2 Your .lIthor..... Sasukldeeler. H/A. Several house In need of '25 13(0( 2/17
2" thru 6"
Phone 9ti.HI020. 11I40 repair with small acreege.Tract SUBDIVISION
with through - -
performances S. Walnut |1301 South I. -.- -
RENT 40 60 Block
a 5 eerse of high and dryland Fast Rotary
Sunday Feb. 6. St..I.. | tf.h, Building, 12' Celling. Ideal on 100-. of 10, 20; 22; 31. 40 MOBILE HOME I
Five new productions for most business.Starke acre*. Drilling Equipment
Escellestce.diI1.U soy - -
almost two SUZUKI _. _. _*_ _
representing M50 0$.'. are*.1250 per month. Brick. 3 BR 2 Beth horn PARK
million dollars in costumesand Mobil. Snlee phone W4- Phone 964-50O6. TF/Chg with CH/A. 100' s 300' lot Smell nursery business en STATE LICENSED

special effects will be 5606. 12/18 4tchg" I/A outside city limit. FHA 301. InaUoOtyLanJUWalk

presented in the new show. Approved!! .,,"AnJrrwt, Auac. loBradfoniSquartOrDmvntmvn Pumpm
The Circus Mardi Gras extravaganza TWO BEDROOM HOME - 6647739VERMEP.ODOM;
colorful clown partly fural.hed. Clyde 450' frontage o* 301
filled carnival. a featuring the PORTABLE UTILITY Columbia, phone 9645800. outeido city limit. Reg.Broker 130 Per MonthAUCHyCoevenlence New& UsediSales.Parts.Servlce Only Lie. & Bonded Mover

entire Ringlmg Bros. andBarnum SHEDS & 1P'11111_ Approximately 2 acree. 964476 96+77U1iRalph ) Living In Bradford Co.
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of FV*.Pollee Protection,
&
Bailey company NICELY FURNISHED 1 Mobile home lots on SB If
Water and
City Gee SewerJoLu
500 performers and animals ADD-A-ROOM bedroom apartment no Enst. Finaaelng available! I I II

includes 52 youngsters from children good neigh - Bryan Motal I E-Z Terms I II

audience who are inductedinto 10x20 Finished Ml50 borhood. phone 9645033. 100' lake frontage Iota at I I II L. K. Edwards III & Assoc.
the ranks of the Fabulous IpdU6 Crosby Lake. Two lots Real EstateDON'T 964-88107.*
Funsters to join the cele l8xlCUnfinished '710OLIN'S ;!' available. a... Financing I r PlumbingNew I II SERVING YOU IN Trf

bration.All UNFURNISHED double arranged.All DELAY AREA
seats are reserved at trailer on Lake Crystal. - BUYTODAYI1 I Installation I II .NOW I.B
with. school er part*f 1 1/2 acre on Before Starke Office
$450 $5.50 and $6.50 with MOBILE HOME Couple or one SR21. K..t... Height Year e bo lee of 5 te 285 acres ,"""
children under 12 $1 less on Hwy" 100. Stark 964.560 leaving etal. Phone 473- Financing Avalablel. North of Lawtey Low dewpayment A II -
weekdays Friday' 20 You
through t Buy
- Up years I p.yo.
4387 after 4 Itpd 1/8 I Melrose Office 475-1269
afternoon and Saturday "'p.m.: .:....... .. balance. Repairs'
F.D.....Thomas, I I
S C S S C C C S C Keystone Office 473-2669

morning.Tickets may be purchasedat TrafUrt Lln...,_.. homo FURNISHED, 962 North;;; I bedroom Temple R..."Real"-6501-Estate 533 Broker.ttlOASSOCIATES. "South 1 to 10 High acree and'-(dry Off, -SR. Law 100 Mobile Dupp.mnc.jfPUMPS Benntifnl 4 BR. 11 It B Hampton L....

the box office - -
locations following beginning Monday .Nirtf. ry phone Avenue 904SH3., no children. Itpd or._pete 1/6 do.terms... payment E.., monthly Home SUPPLY' 3 ..... Urasstt with cemfortabU ...... Urn.werkahen,

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the people he will tion throughout his previous parentS when they call up and
be working with will be the tenure. say 'He P, my kid got bopped dissatisfied with the one that would grant four days grounds. Schaefer told
same ones as in his previous This time around though, today.' '* e police contract presented off when a death occurs In an Edwards the council would
administration (see related emphasis Is likely to be foundat Also associated with the them Tuesday night, Starke employee's family (a current back up the clerk's office in
story, "New") school superintendent other spots, namely cur- Accountability Act is a city commissioners voted un- city practice), and another whatever action it needed to
Tom Casey is expected riculum. management information animously to return to the that would issue policemenfive take.
to take off in a some Casey is presently preoccupied system which Casey has been negotiating table with Police- new uniforms every year. The council voted to reject
what different direction this with the Educational attending to. men's Benevolant Association Schaefer said the city had re two bids for $822 and $554: for
term. Accountability Act of 1976, The system is designed to representatives.The cently agreed to a policy its 1974 Ford and 1975
Casey, who took office which has mandated to Indi- see if school systems are commission was pri- where policemen are issued a Chevrolet police cars.
Tuesday, was heavily concerned vidual school districts the getting good production from I marily unhappy with new uniform every timean old
with school buildings responsibility of seeing that their budgets, by placing vision in the contract caring one is turned in.
during his first super- each student be provided with student progress records on a for the permanent retention of Schaefer instructed city CENTRAL SWITCIIBOARD
intendency, 1964-72. It was his instructional programs designed computer for evaluation. It 3 Graduate From FSPThe an 11-man police force. clerk Merrill Edwards, ATCAMP BLANDINGA
dream to outfit county schools to give him at least the will show where problems "There's no way I'm ever negotiator for the city, to continue -
with all new, airconditionedand minimum skills necessary to exist, and where more going to vote for tying the city bargaining with PBA.In central switchboard was
Department
carpeted buildings. That handle day-to-day living. emphasis needs to be placed.A State Prison of Rehabilitation has announced that Florida down to having a certain another item of businessin installed last Friday in Post
dream continues today to The act was the political series of state examinations Charles L. employees Richard L. Sapp, Leo Birch Jr., and number of employees," said the short meeting commis- Headquarters to handle all
become reality with around $7 outgrowth of growing dissatis- will be taken by students Training Institute Guernsey at recently Raiford, participated Florida. in the Correctional commissioner Harold Epps. sioner Harold Epps said the calls to Camp Blanding. The
million worth of school faction among both educatorsand periodically during their This Is the sixth CTI "I don't see anything else city should contact state Department new number is 533-2268 to
buildings going up in the past parents with the job school careers, and if a county curriculum, which Is group enroll In In the minimum standards wrong with the contract of Transportation teach any office on the
10 years. public schools are doing. finds itself with students taught conjunction with Lake City except that phrase," added officials to see about having reservation.
New buildings went up while Amid reports of high school behind, it will have to explain credits Community for College, and the graduates earn nine semester commissioner Wilbur Waters. something done about the
he was in office at Brooker, graduates who cannot read or why and outline what is being course. successfully completing the full time 160 hour The clause in the contract condition of the northboundlane
Hampton, and Lawtey Elementary fill out a job application came done to correct the situation. Also the calls for a permanent police of US-301 in the city He ..
completing but
the legislative decision to This will mean a vastly In- course not pictured are Jerry J.
schools, and the Wadsworth and Arthur Asher force for the city consisting of said if the entire road could
Sidney Jr.
Bradford Middle School, as make individual school boards creased paperwork load for a captain, two lieutenants, an not be resurfaced, the city
well as at the Vo-Tech Center. more specifically accountable everyone in the school organi- investigator and five patrol- could at least ask to have the
Air conditioning and additionswere for the skills of its students. zationadministrators and Social Security Starke men, in addition to the chief. worst portion of the road, that
added on at both Starke Casey has been busy teachers alike.Administering. The commission said it north of Call Street re
and Southside Elementary meeting with principals, the guide- Service could not agree to any clausein surfaced. 91pp
schools teachers and others, explaining lines will be a considerable Cut to One DayErrol the contract that would tie The council also decided to
In addition, a $796,400 the ramifications of undertaking also, which is one its hands. refuse utility service to the In his 78-year career, Pablo
building program was undertaken the act and setting up criteria of the reasons Casey plans to T. Ballenfonte, of Social Security clients are Commissioner Charles new occupant of the KOA Picasso produced art worth
for phases 1, 2, and 3 of and guidelines for evaluationof split the curriculum-over. Gainesville, Social Security advised to use teleservice to Schaefer listed several other campground facility until the an estimated $750 million! '
the Bradford High School, a students. seeing duties between Jockel District Manager, announced file for benefits, medicarethis items in the contract he ques- previous bill has been paid.
program that continues to this Major thrust of the and Connie Clark. Jockel, as week that service to problems, or any Social tioned, including proposals to Edwards said the former USE BRADFORD
day. Phases 4 and 5 are now meetings Casey explains, is Director of Elementary Starke has been reduced from Security questions. Call make PDA the exclusive bargaining tenant owes $1,687 for sewer COUNTY TELEGRAPH
being completed at an input. lie wants a unified Education, will administer the two days to one a week. collect, 3762575. agent for policemen, and water connections on the WANT ADS

approximate cost of 745000. agenda countywide, as well as grade schools, and Connie __________ .. __
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This puts the cost for all five a preliminary estimate on Clark as assistant super.intendent
phases at around $1.5 million, student skills. He plans to will attend to the
well under the $2 million state spend a lot of his time high school.
Department of Education officials i- traveling to the schools, But Casey won't be
had estimated it would talking with the people there forgetting buildings entirely.One .
take to build a new high and observing classes. of the first tasks he hopesto
This is one of the main attend to is obtaining financing -
school.Casey is an ardent believerin reasons he says he decided to for construction at the We Won't Hold You Up On Your
taking advantage of all restore the post of assistant Vo-Tech School. The school
has
superintendent which been
sources of available money was a designated to permanently -
and was successful in obtaining nonexistent position under house adult
money for construc- former Superintendent education and vocational
Richard Jockel. training programs in this
"With me being out elsewhere area, and Casey plans to get
HouseholdHotline so much of the time," back into action quickly and Cost
Casey says, "I want someone obtain some grant money for Printing
there who can talk to the construction there. I .


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byltvckyUiebrig American Farmer Deserves .... 1 '
Your County Extension:
Home Kconomics.\gent
Thanks For Producing World's
QUESTION' : : -

brands Deodorants and packages.come in Whichis many Best Food At Lowest PricesAs 'r

more effective and

deodorants economical? and And. are the average American products, packaged dinners,
the anti-per- sits down to a hearty holiday ready-made desserts, canned .
spiraots same? (Airs.
T.I\I.S ) feast it's the American hams and potatoes in at least "
ANSWER: farmer who deserves the 50 prepared versions. USDA "
: thanks for producing the has estimated that these con-
Deodorants combat odors of world's best food at theorld's venience foods or 'built-in
perspiration by retarding the \\ lowest prices.. maid services' have added 25 ==-
growth of bacteria
or maskingwith percent to the cost of food."
perfume the odor that
,
bacteria produces. Anti- "Even though food prices ::: ,
perspirants inhibit the flow of have gone up, the average Indeed our food buys look 'J '! ', 'f.> ', ,, '. lAt)' '(' '"
American's check even better if we
pay has compare
moisture and most anti-per- .
spirants help reduce odor. gone up faster, said Walter them to food prices in other
Deodorants effectiveness J. Kautz, president of Florida countries, explained Kautz.
Farm Bureau "
Federation the
varies from to
and in different person situations.For person. state's largest farm organization. "In the United States it
"The result is that a takes about 19 minutes for the
example, tension and
emotional strain often cause smaller percentage of our pay average American to earn the f
check goes for food." money to pay for a pound of r
sweat glands to work
over-
sirloin steak. That same meat C
time. As a result an antiperspirant -
U.s. will require 37 minutes of
Department of Agriculture -
may not prevent -
perspiration
: deodorant (USDA ) statistics labor in Germany, 40 minutes '" ,
or a
may show that in 1947.! Americans of labor in France, 43 minutes *
: not prevent the formation of
odor. Also to spent 25 percent of their pay of labor in Italy 1 hour and 2minutes' >*
immunity a
checks for food. labor for the >*
band Today food average
may develop after it has
English worker and in *
expenses take less than 17 Japan,
been used for a period of time 3 3F
The cream stick and roll-on percent of the averageIml'rican's the average worker will have J
to labor
for five hours
to
check. earn
forms of both deodorant and pay ?
anti-pcrspirants are generallymore But why. asks the housewife that same piece of meat," he "
effective and am I spending more.at said. W
economical than the same the grocery store F
brand in the spray-on form. Some countries residents I"f."
They usually have a higher "One reason explained must spent up to 70 percent of I"
concentration of ingredients Kautz. "is the change in mer- their incomes for food because
and you generally get more chjndismtf techniques. Today, their farmers are not as
applications for jour money we buy not only food, but also efficient as American
than you do in the aerosol con- charcoal, pet food', garden farmers, said Kautz.
tainers. supplies, toothpaste baby "We certainly owe a big
powder nylons light bulbs debt to our farmers who have
QUESTION; : : and many other non-food seen their production costs
How does chicken compare items at our corner grocery. rise while their share of the
with meat protein-wise' We are also able to get pre consumer's dollar has con-
(Mrs. J B ) cooked foods, freeze-dried tinued to shrink," Kautz said.
AVSWF.K;
The quality of the protein is
the same. A 3'j' ounce edible
portion of fried chicken yields
;:10.6! grams of protein as ATTENTIONBOOKKEEPERS
against 26 for pot roast 34.2
for hamburger. 24.5 for Do You Need
roasted pork loan and 2.1: for
broiled sirloin of the same
weight


QUESTION' : : : Do You Need Letterheads
Envelopes
Does it pay to shop for food .
at several stores? (!Mrs T J.))
ANSWER: :
t The saving you receive by Journal Pages .
shopping more than one store
Statements Brochures
will depend on the featured -
specials the distance between Detail Work Sheets .
stores and the amount of time

you have_to spend shopping.
Competition is great in the New Binders Or Booklets
retail food business and the Programs.We .
cost of operating a car is In-
creasing. So, before you start Adding Machine PaperIn
your shopping journey, review
the food ads carefully to find
the best buys for your family A Hurry Do Them All. .
needs. If
the stores that fit
your shopping needs are
several miles apart, the cost
of gas and running your car Call And At ACompetitive
could cancel out any savingson / .
your purchases.
Remember the amount you 964-5764
save will also depend on the Price
prices for all items on your
.1St. To find out which stores

consistently lowest prices have make the highestor some For Immediate Delivery In Business Since 1897First

comparisons on repeated
shopping trips and watch the
weekly food advertisements. TheOffice



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September Land Sales Total $1.56 Million Raiford Council t. i: '


Tables Pay Move \:

(Editor1 Janie E. Hayes to Ruby B. each, a parcel of land lying 'beginning then run southerly
Note
the Dec. : In the rushto 7South, Range 22 East. $7,000. township 6 south, range 22 Arvin Hughey and wife to Hayes lot 45, of Sampson Lake and being in the NW quarter of along the westerly line of Raiford Town Council
get 30 edition of the Earl H. Brock and wife to East $5,000.George Robert L. Pittman and wife Shores, Unit II, a part of SW quarter and SW quarter of Broad St. 105 feet, then run quickly dispatched Its ;

Telegraph pasted the up for early' Deborah Dey Patrick, Lot 25, A. Loomis and wife commence NE quarter of NW section 35, township 6 South, NW quarter of section 28. westerly and at right angles! to business at the regular

advertently publication editor In. block 2 of Sunrise Park. to John E. Curies and wife, a quarter section 27, township 6 range 21 East, $3,000. township 6 south range 22 the line of Broad St. a distance monthly meeting Tuesday by ,r

October land picked up the $22,700. parcel of land lying in NW south, range 22 East, 4600. P.D. Reddish and wife to East and from the point where of 210 feet more or less to the tabling discussion about pay !
sales column Russell Yarbrough and wife of SE line of Christian St. then for council members until the
section East
and ran it under quarter quarter, D.A. Griffis and wife. to Drew Reddish, Dolph the westerly line of Broad ,
headline. a September to Joseph Dillard and 32, township 6 south range 22 P. Anderson and Reddish, Vernon Reddish, Street intersects the southerlyline run northerly along the east entire council would be
Herewith please wife, lot 25 Block A Cypress east and a parcel lying in NW Bradley line of Christian St. of a present. 1
find the September land wife, the south half of lot 19 in James R. Reddish, Glen of Pratt St. in Starke, run
sales.) Beach $3,300. quarter of SE quarter of Woodlawn section 10, town- Reddish, Michael Reddish, southerly along the westerlyline distance of 105 feet, then run Mayor J.D. Griffis also
J.C. Sapp to Robert C. Sapp section 32, township 6 South ship 5 South range 22 East, John Arthur Reddish as of Broad St. a distance of westerly 210 feet to the point of tabled action to send a representative

September land sales in Block or Agnes P. Sapp Lake Lot 2 & 3 of range 22 East, $30,000. $6,000. individuals 1 / 7 Interest to 579 and 5/ 10 feet to a point of Beginning, $100. to the League of
Bradford County totaled 21, Crosby Shores James O'Brian and wife to Cities Convention. Council

$1,564,490 up from the August $10,000. Bobby Lee Sparks and wife, members Sid Taylor, Jimmy
M.F. Wiggins to Lloyd commencing the NE corner of Michael Dobbs
figure of $1,404,855. Includingone Board Thornton and
Nelson, Thomas Richersonand Church and Call Streets and Rejects Casey's Plan
sale over the $100,000 ... approved retaining Kathryn ,
Bessie Richerson. lot IS
mark run south 72 degrees 18 feet Alvarez as clerk at a salary of .1
M.F. Wiggins subdivision east along the north
represents The September the third figure $3,500. line of Call St. 215 feet property then _. (See Page 15) tendent under him, with a about Francis to him said he would work closely $50 Council monthly.members also approved 1

month county land sales straight have Lawrence A. Dorrough and North 17 degrees 55 feet east director of operations placing director of elementary education Gaskins) six months ago in a with the staff to -solve such allowing the 4-11 Club

been over the $1 million mark wife to Lewis M. Arringtonand 551 feet to a point of beginning, under that responsibility and directly director of business principal's meeting. Gaskins problems. He said the BHS to use the council room Jan i
his assistant
and continues Increases in wife, NE quarter of the 10000. Casey and director of purchasingand wondered why Casey had "flip i student situation to which 6 under the direction of
total land sales for SW quarter of Section IS, Executor Clifton Rosier to superintendent. Casey said a operations laterally, on an flopped" and was Tuesday Gaskins referred occurred uary Lowell Parrish. If a local club

months of 1976. June has eight been township 7 South Range 22 Gertrude Rosier Cruce lots 42, assistant primary responsibility superintendentwould of the: equal level, under the top two. night recommending Francisbe under a different superintendent. is formed continued use of the

the only month that land sales East. $57,883. 43, 54 in Woodlawn except be to handle main-' The current staffing charge reappointed BUS principal. council room must be obtained
were down slightly.A Ann Macy Crowder to Harry right of way and except a does not list the positions of When Casey took the BUS council members
tenance problems as well as The board voted 3-2 instFrancis'
of Q. King and wife, north 170 portion deeded to Bernice assistant superintendent, or principalship for this term, aga
recap monthly figuresfor feet of the N half of NE Duncan west of the road all secondary curriculum. director of changes were made that lie nomination, Gaskins, agreed.
1976 are: January $355,615, quarter west of SR 16 section lying in section 15, township 5, Casey said the chief education. elementary very much favored, Gaskins Parrish and Parmenter voting Dobbs and Taylor were appointed

February $413,264, March 20, township 6, range 22 East, south, range 22 East $100. mechanic should be able to Casey said the realignment said.- But when Francis was against. Board members Pat to the sanitation committee
$647,398, April $836,000, May $36,000. Clifton Rosier, executor for keep the school buses'rolling 'would BHS principal Gaskins said he Spengler and Art Holliday to work with JoyceNorman
cost additional
$9<<,875, June $921,807, July Clyde L. Holloway and wife estate of J.Q. Rosier and that principals should be $6,100, including an$5,000 to em- was continually plagued by voted for the nomination. to set guidelines for
and
$1,105,797, August to George Shuford and wife, deceased to Sandra Rosier more involved according to ploy P.T. Nolin as director of parents asking why so many (garbage. service. Taylor was
$1,494,855. state law, in operating the bus When Casey attempted to go also 1 to coordinatewith
East 520 feet of the NW North three quarters of SW for 500 students were on the streets. appointed
Prices of transactions are quarter of NW quarter of NE quarter of SW quarter lying system. hours purchasing at $10 operation per hour. "It is sad to me that we haveto on to items b, c, d and e, the Lake Butler and I Its'

i figured from documentary quarter section 24. Township east of the river in section 36, Board members Arthur The board rejected the staff start out this way" Gaskins four other staff changes Union County Commissionabout
tax stamps affixed to deeds 5, South Range 22 East. $600. township 4 south, range 21 Gaskins, J.T. Parrish and realignment 4-1 with Board stated. "We all strive to have Gaskins thwarted the move by stray dogs in the countyA
filed in the office of the county Vernon rmenter objected to refusing to consider staff date has not yet been" set fora
George R. Griffis and wifeto East and the north 70 feet of Member Art Holliday casting the best school system we ca n.
clerk. Richard Junior Austin and the SE quarter of SW quarter creating new administrative the only vote in Casey's favor.In This is not a workable situ- nominations that do not exist joint meeting.

September transactionswere wife east half of Lot 31, section 36, township 4 South, positions to making changes a second item on the brief ation." under the board's present Another committee appointed -
: Dewey Davis, Jr. and section 15, township 5 south, range 21 east to the right of In the middle of the school agenda, the board took the Attorney Wolbert explainedto staff chart. The staffing chart by Griffis is to chock
wife sold to Martin L. Duffy range 22 East $100. way of SR 125, $100. year, to shifting Francis backto first of the five recommended up the board that under state eliminated possibility of: Bl) with local attorneys about

and wife Youngstown, Ohio Upchurch Milling and Patricia Loop Gilmour to the BITS principalship personnel changes that of law, the board cannot reject naming Connie Clark to the serving as the attorney for UK
the W one half of Block 3 Storage Co. Inc., to Charles Carl B. Loop an undivided where he just served five Francis to the superintendent's nomin- county staff as assistant town of Kiiiford in the event
shifting
South Range 2W and a part of Garrard N of half interest lot years, and questioned the wis- replace superintendent, C) naming
quarter NW in 29, and 30 of who left the ation fill staff positions present attorney Richard KWelty :
Block 3 South Range 3 W of quarter of NW section dom of weakening the transportation Casey post L.B. Register as HamptonEle.
quarter Indian Beach subdivision and Tuesday to assume the "simply because if you were does not font inue in thai
Simon J. Temple's subdivision 35, township 5 South Range 22 lots 7,8, of unit 3 Indian Beach and maintenance intendency. super- superintendent you would principal, D) naming capacity.
on the taxrolls as East, $10,000.John subdivision $15,000. systems. Richard Jockel as director of
Bradford Motor court Casey questioned the need I Holliday said he had known name someone different elementary education and E) Discussion of the town's
Edward Harris and Roy A. Dewbery and wife to Wolbert stressed that to con-
Francis for over 20 and
189000. wife to L.G. Dail, commenceNE Ford H. Odom and wife the for a full time administratorto has years tinue to reject the nominationof the recommendation that P.T. participation in the Green;
Dennis K. Hall and wife to head the maintenance and never heard anyone have Nolin be named time Thumb Program was rpoM-
part -
corner of NE quarter of NE half of lot 19, block 1 bad Francis the board will haveto
anything to about
James E. Turknett section. He ad- say director of poned until Griffis could
parcel transportation purchasing.
NW quarter of Section 27, Keystone Heights Cemetery, l prove "just cause, which
of land situated in lots 5 & 6 township South, Range 22 $200. mitted his plan moves peopleout him.Gaskins said he was not he defined under previouscase contact the program director\ i
unit 3, Indian Beach East of maintenance and into Council members
$100.Eugene experience as being There had been no decision approved'
Francis is "bad
saying a
subdivision $29,000. F. Shaw and John Henry G. William and wife curriculum. guy. immorality or lack of made Wednesday afternoonon the payment of monthly bills
I think Charlie is pro-
J.D. Wright and wife to to George B. Williams and Some 50 persons, mostly a good man. and
Kopelouses to Irving T. Clark, fessionalism. the appointment of a the treasurer's rt'IN.rl|
That's his weakness.
Mack S. Futch and wife, a Jr and wife, Lots, block 3 The wife, a parcel of land lying in teachers were present for the Casey said of the school temporary BIIS principal to Revenue for the month of I DC
portion of section 13& 14 township lot 18 and west hail of lot 17 of stormy session. Casey openedthe The principal of BHS should any ,
Woods, $6,666.McMeekin staff members have areas in serve until a recommendation t'emht'ras $!tl2: in state revenue
6 South Range 21 East Land Developers Woodlawn subdivision, 9000. meeting by explaining his possess Gaskins a stated.degree of firmness, which they might be subject to is approved by the board. No sharing. $2!;>H for 2 crnl

containing 20 acres $35,000. James M. Norman, Jr. and Ronald A. Perrott and wife proposed realignment which criticism. "At the same time meeting was set Tuesday cigarette tax, and $27I paid in
Charles R. Rowell and wife wife, lot 36 of Whispering Pine to Katie B. Wimberly a placed the superintendent at Gaskins said Casey expressed that doesn't mean the person night earlier than the board'sregular property lax, Italancc. on

Marcus Norman and wife, a Estates, unit 2, $3,000. portion of the NE quarter of the top, the assistant superin- the same shortcoming isn't fit to do the job." Casey meeting Jan. 17. (nand. 11628.
parcel of lend lying in the SW F. Brooks Herman, to F. SW quarter of a portion of the
quarter of Section 23 township NW quarter of SE quarter of
Brooks Herman and W. Wade
6 South Range 22 East, being Baty D/B/A McMeekinLand section 28, township 6 South Teacher Salary Raise....... Overproduction On Fnnn

also portions of Lots 16 & 62 of Developers, NE quarter range 22 East, $23,000. I

Robert M. Smiths subdivision, of NE quarter section 22 township Harrington Chandler and Mrs. George Loper, a teacher. point the talks were salaries and supplies, Douglassaid. 111 I
wife to Leroy Davis and wife May Cost COnSUnler11.S.
27000. 6 south, range 21, East, suspended.The .
Julia A. Davis to Leon S. containing 40 acres more or east half of lots 1 and 2 block There was no discussion by impasse was followedby The special masters report I

Wainwright and wife, NE less, $20,000.F. 28, except north 50 feet of E board members of Jockel't the introduction of a disagreed with these figures GAINESVILLE: Florida Department of Ann/:
quarter of NE quarter section Brooks Herman and half of Lot 2, Livingston, recommendation to reject all federal labor mediator two saying the board had not Farm Bureau Federation's culture hall prrilitMi-d wordhigh ..

23, township 6, South Range 22 Wade Baty D, B / A Truby and Co. subdivision but the insurance item of the weeks later, who told the two added into its available funds president Walter J. Kautz has crops lor nut I and Iw
East $00,000.Bertha McMeekin Land Developersto lying in section 28, township 6 special master's report. On a sides that he didn't see an budget an additional $400,000 warned that Florida farmers nuts potatoes. lolmtrn. sunar

McIntosh to Edward Donald R. Tilley and wife South, range 22 East, $4,000. J.T. Parrish motion and a area of agreement, and recommended that in his opinion was avail- may have a lough time in 11177.! milk and hogs! Fur "sonir'''

Saxon,east 15 feet of Lot 2 and NE quarter of NE quarter of Raymond P. Sorrells and Vernon Parmenter second, they call in a able for allocation. Douglas "Producers have a serious commodities, \imreastil eon

all of Lot 3 and the west 22.5 Section 22, township 6 South, wife to Marvin M. Wright and the vote was unanimous. special master. disagreed, saying this money challenge to market in many sumption and export \max help
feet of Lot 4 block 29 in Range 21 East, $12,500. wife parcel of land situatedin could not be counted on cases huge crops which may (to lessen the farmer's sack
Blantons Addition to Hampton Clifton Rosier to Sybil the NW quarter of the NW After the vote, Loper said he Following talks Nov. 9, the yearly, and therefore could not return production costs,'' I problems. .

section 3 township 7 South,. Rosier Griff.south 'halt.of quarter of section 2, township was prepared to make a special master recommendedthe ''not he-used for salaries. Kautz said.
range 22 East $100. NW quarter of NW quarter of 6 south range 22 East in the counter-proposal that came board raise its salary
Clifton Rosier to Bobby Section 1 township 5 south, NE quarter of the NE quarterof within $25,000 of the board'soffer. contract offer to $300,000 and

Rosier, North half of NW section 3 township 6 south, make the contract retroactiveto .
Range 21, East. $100. "
"Will consider it? he
quarter of NW quarter of Clifton Rosier to Edmund range 22 East, $100. you July 1.
asked. ------- Please Clip ------
Section 1 Township 5 South, Rosier, east half of SE Ruby E. Waldron to Hugh! ,
Waldron a parcel of land lyingin Unfortunately, said The $300,000 figure was a
Range 21 East and S quarter quarter of NW quarter of
of SW quarter of SW quarter of section the NW quarter of SE Wolbert "a compromise figure betweenthe 1977 CALENDAR
1, township 5 South, 'ooard action
Section 36 Township 4 South, Range 21 east and the wet quarter of section 25, township session is not a bargaining offered$206,000 and the the $451,242 board had the Here Is. . .

Range 21 East $100. half of SW quarter of NE 7 south, range 21 east and two session. It could not be con- teachers had I .1 1 1 .I .,
presented 6'
of land in the SE as a 7 7
D.A. Griffis and wife to of section acres corner 1. Ii O1 Il I7 11
quarter 1 township 5 sidered at this time. 10 n 17 17
Bradley P. Anderson and south East of the S half of the SW quarter counter-proposal. "I...'711197.7171: : :,71111 .107, ,.17)i,. ] I
range 21 $100. The session ended nine Your 1977Calendar ,. ,.. 71 71 17 .. 79 "/H to >0'I'
wife, S half of Lot 19 in Wood- Clifton Rosier to Clifton of the NE quarter of section months of negotiations over Throughout the negotiations I

lawn Section 10, township 5 Rosier south quarter of SE 25, township 7,South range 21 the 1976-77 teacher contract. Douglas said the board 9 r0 t 12'6 9 1011 13I
: :. :. : :: :: ::
South, Range 22 East, $100. quarter of SW quarter of East, $100.Sophie The school board's proposed had already budgeted all its I o NnU""M 3 7, ?7 nu is .. ii
Wolf Russell ,. .
to K.
Joseph Vernon Dillard and 4 south '" ? w"r7
section 36, township salary schedule; including an available money and could
wife to Clinton H. Wall and and the N ballot Sayre lot 1, 2.3, and 4 block 3 ,77
range 21 East average 11 per cent pay raise, not offer the teachers any. .7 i 5 .sets'o I
wife, Lot 25 Block A of NE quarter of NW quarter of Santa Fe Shores $9,883. was rejected by the teachersin thing more. ; ?n7. n.19 t :n'tuu"uv'
:
Walter Williams and Sons. : ;: :; :; ; R.i97.natatl
Cypress Beach, $13,666. Section 1, township S, South, an August 25 vote. A The raise given administrators I J' "p" te 7,7.777.7170 (
/D. Wright Sr. and wife to made 21 East, $100. Inc. to Richard H. teacher counterproposalcalling totaled $30,000 and thoseto Of f

Betty J. Wayshner, a portion Gilbert Q. Crosley and wifeto Castleberry and wife, SW for an average 19 percent non-instructional personnel Courtesy J 5 1 : : 7 5 6 : I
quarter of the SW quarter of .. 10 11 17 I 11 ,14 IS 16 1 'lO 11 U. U II IS
of ..
of east half of N.E. quarter Melvin Dishman and wife raise turned down ..
was by $109,000. leaving the board 11 .I. 19 70 2 l 11 23 1. ." 19 10 21 22
Section 14 township 6 South, a parcel situated In SW SE quarter of the SW quarterof the board Sept. 7, at which with only $260,000 for teacher 14 77 2e 77 .. 22 30 ",_'/,23 2. 27 .. 21 I

Range 21 East $16,266. quarter of the NE quarter of section 35, township South The I 177.1 e7 It1. ,

Earl C. Melvin and wife to section 30, township 7, south, range 22 East, 15500. I ; ,i ii' .... .,s io .,i 1 Ii: ,, I.. li II. 10" ii. .19Office .

J.E. Mott Lot 5 & 6 Block 6 range 22 East 4000. Howard L. Pursley and wife Harrison New ChairmanOf ? x 14""VU.. "lfl ". ,. .7.., t.t.t.
to Robert G. Adkins and wife, I
Corlotta 2500. J.D. Wright and wife to EarlR. Shop i ,
Steve Allen Johns to SeeberA. and wife commence at SE corner of .. .1 I J ,. I
Boone of
a portion
I I. u' .
Johns, SE quarter of SE the east half of NE quarter of NW quarter of NW quarter of UC CommissionIn I .3 I, 3 .4 t,6 It .S s: .II 1 .u u .u n 16 ,
7o 21 21 "
quarter of E half of SW section 14, township 6, South, section 2, township 7 South, member 110 West t C a.( St. 964-5764 i 'v? '0"" "" "19 "10 .. 7. "' .. 7. ., 1'. I
the annual reorganization to the North Central
quarter of NE quarter of SE range 21, East, $15,000. range 22 East, 26600. I II
Florida
of the
Union County Board of Health Planning
Starke Fla. I
quarter of Section 1, also all E Clifton Rosier to Beatrice County Commissioners, newly Council. Commission The Office Shop 9645764 I
attorney
half of branch section 12, and Rosier. Slade, north three Lawtey MayorFrom elected commissioners Blair Hal Y. Maines suggested commissioners I 1

all in township 6 South Range quarters of SE quarter of SW If You Need More
Page 1)) Harrison and Sam Johns were look for a senior -------please cnp-- ------
20 East $3.200. quarter of section 36, township voting polls\ and to insure that chosen as chairman and vice- citizen to fill this spotCommissioners
Rufus Alvarez to Roman 4 South Range 21, East, $100. chairman

Alvarez and wife SW corner James Hilton Faulkner and these- Tabled are followed the matter; of anew the ho-hum for one meeting year.In com- permission for Colonial gave Life We Have Them. You Choose From Desk Top To
of N hall of SW of SE Richard C. Tedder
quarter wife to and police car until additional missioners appointed Wilson and Accident Insurance Co. to
quarter of Section 3, 3500. wife, the west half of E half of Rivers Rev. solicit customers
could be obtainedto ,
information Sammy Long among
Small Pocket Size. Call Your
SE quarter of NE quarter clarify one bid; and Andy Dennon as alterna- county employees and gave Order In Today .
Ashley E. Brown to Florida section 28, township 5 South, Received the annual tive members at large to the approval for the purchase of

Bank at Starke, Lots 2 & 4 of Range 21, East $100. audit report of the City by Board of Directors of Brad civil defense surplus.In .
Block one of the original town Johnnie N. Ellis, Jr. to CecilA.
Purvis Gray and Company of ford-Union Guidance Clinic. other action the board
of Starke $1,600. Ellis Sr. Lot 4 of block 19 of
Gainesville; President of the Union took under advisement redesigning PENCIL SALE
Horace Williford and wife to Livingston Truby and Co's Requested that com Ambulance Service, Inc. road signs on se

Lawrence A. Dorrough and subdivision of NE quarter of plaints against the City and-or Jerry Wilson was appointed to condary roads and deleted

wife, SE corner of NE quarter Section 28 township 6 South, its employees or officials !ht' serve as liaison for Union "junk" items from the road
of SE quarter of section 2 range 22 East, $100. submitted to the Council in County concerning all department from county Mo. 1,2,2'/j 3's I
township 6 South. Range 21 Lloyd W. Barry and wife to written form so the Council emergency medical services inventory.

East, $9,933. Samuel G. Crutchfield and would then have complete details :- relations with the Departmentof Jerry Wilson gave a reportto
E.J. Blume and wife to wife, commence SE corner of regarding such complaints Health and Rehabilitative the commissioners about

Stephen F. Alvarez and wife N half of Government lot 1, rather than being oral Services. Commissioners approved EMT training that has been 72 .
South quarter of NW quarter thence N 483 feet to point of accusations orOht'.lr-sa\ in the appointment of started. The first class of 2/15 Or

of SE quarter section 22, beginning, then continue N 331 the Donald Driggers to the about 25 will graduate in November DozenChoose '

Township 6 South, Range 21 feet, then east 310 feet, then past. Industrial Trade and Licensing Wilson reported ,to Reg. 90'
East, $100.Michael. south 350 feet. $100. Political Board. the board that previous
Dale Wells and wife Hazel Thomas and Dola The commission tabled the problems with Union General
to A. Childree and Blanton to Marie Gardner Lot
Hospital have
George appointment of a user been resolved.
wife, Lot 8 Block 1 Eastwood, 9 Mt. Vernon subdivision, Favoritism... From 1 ,001Ueml For Home Or Office

$21,600. section 29, township 7 South,
May Fripp Powell and range 22 East, $100. From Page 1)) Search On For 3 RMC EscapeesUnion

George H. Pierce, co Kling Smith Griffis, PaulineM. The North Central Florida

executors of Luther G. Powell, Griffis parcel of land 1 Regional Planning Council County law officersare cut telephone lines and made

to Hubert L. Cooper and wife acre lying in the SW quarter of said last week that three- continuing their search for off with a 1962 Chevrolet froma
Lot 1 A 2 of fractional Block 5 SW quarter of SW quarter of fourths of the allocatedto three close-custody: inmates Providence residence

Temples Addition lying and SW quarter of section 35, Florida went money to counties who escaped from the Lake sometime Monday.The .

being In section 28, township 6 township 6 South Range 22, south of Orlando. A spokesman Butler Reception And Medical search is continuing,

South, Range 22 Eaat.Sl.lOO. East, $100.Caine for the council explainedthat Center Sunday evening. although officers have no
May Fripp Powell and Butler to Roland C. the I heavily-populated RMC officials say the trio leads on where the prisonersmay !
'George H. Pierce, co Coleman. parcel situated in counties in South Florida hada identified as Joseph Charles be headed. All three are
executors of Luther G. Powell the South half of the SE much larger number of Baum, Paul Samuel Petersonand from Dade County. Baum was

to George Griffis and wife. Lot quarter of the SW quarter of persons unemployed than the Richard Lee Williams serving a life plus 15 years a :
3 of Fractional block S section 22 township 6 South, more populated had been assigned to work in term. Peterson an 18-year : ;'.. w

Temples addition lying in range 22,East $100. counties sparsely Florida. the plumbing shop and were term and Williams a life sen
section 28, township 6 South charlotte V. Geiger The complaints pouring into discovered missing at the 7 tence.

Range 22 East $600. Anthony Cecil Gelfer. Fuqua's office indicate that p.m. roll call.
Charles T. Flynn and wife to William Bonnie this was not made clear to The prisoners cut through a ...:J.c.c.c-
Walter H. Lots 13 and children of Ottis Cecil Geiger
Johns.
14 block 2 South Gate replat decesed to Era Evelyn Geiger local government officials fence towers between with electrician's two guard :The Lord's Prayer contain If You Need Something Why Not Dial 964.5764 For Quick Delivery

$36.900. commencing at the NE corner previously and that they are 56 words. "
J.O.Bass and wife to Joseph of the NW quarter of the SE unhappy because they believe pliers. Prison officers Union Lincoln's Gettysburg address t
Sheriffs and
Hills and wife beginning NE quarter of the NE quarter of they were misled.In County Florida deputies contains 266 words. The Office Shop I..
what Highway patrolmen
corner of south half of NE section 29, township 6, South was probably the the The Declaration of Independence '
combed in
area a heavy
quarter of NE quarter of SE range 22, East, $100. understatement of the week. contains 3.000 words. The .7
Fuqua aide rainstorm throughout Sunday Horne Of The
Herb
Wadsworthsaid
Fine Victor
quarter section IS, township 7 Brian Hamilton to W. the night. BUT a government regula Calculators

South Ruby, Range.Rhodes 22 East Mathes$60,000.to Frederick land lying Thomson In the west a parceld three grant recipients announcement Dec. 23 "has of Prison officials believe the lion .on. the sale of cabbages Built To Withstand The Heavy Use Of Office Work

Hilmon E.I. Waldron SE quarters of the NW quarter of been causing" many problems prisoners may have been the contains 26,911 words.

corner of Section II. township SW quarter of section 27, for us. persons who disabled a truck 7 ..

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3 Injured In Waldo Crash Reservations Available Now ';

(,',' For 'Hello, Dolly' To Be Staged;

,
'
4 Nights. :. Jan 21-22, Jan. 28.29
CO-2 Laden Truck Blocks
RoadWALDO
Reservations are now being four nights is available;,
accepted to a dinner theatre according to Mrs. Spengler.?'

Three traveled some 300 feet uphill Hospital. No information wasavailable u I ,. production of "Hello, Dolly"to Tickets are $7 per person\;
persons his condition, but i. 3e. of Dinner will be.served from*
were injured in an early. before turning over on its left on be staged the weekends ;
morning accident here side across the median and FHP officers at the scene said Jan.21and Jan. 28-29 in the 6-7 p.m. each night. Curtain
Tuesday, and traffic was tied both southbound lanes of his injuries did not appear to Starke Woman's Club. time is 8 p.m. There will be nor*
:I
matinee this .
be serious. Reservations be made year.
US-301 traffic. may
on for
up four
nearly "
hours as workers removed an The truck, from Liquid by phoning Mrs.Pat Spengler, "Hello, Dolly, a 3-act 2',4-v
overturned tractor-trailer Carbolic Company in Tampa, The carbon dioxide was re- 964-6046, or Mrs. Hazel Hardy, hour production, is based on?
from the Ocala was loaded with 40,000 poundsof leased from the truck in an 964-5070. By reserving seats Thornton Wilder's" "The:;
section of the road. overpass carbon dioxide, which FHP attempt to make it lighter. early a choice of any of the Matchmaker, one of the;
Florida officers described as neither Four wreckers had to be longest running plays on >
Highway Patrol
called in to attach heavy Broadway. It concerns Mrs,;-
nor explosive.
troopers reported that a 1972 dangerous Levi! who ;
Pinto driven by Mary Ellen Nevertheless, traffic had to cables to the tractortrailerbefore CUBB Now Offering Dolly arranges*
it could be righted. The marriages and particularly
Stuart, 18, of Waldo pulled out be diverted for nearly four
wreckers not able to get tries to arrange one of her:
were
AdviceCUBB
Free
hours after the
in front of the path of a truck 7:05: a.m. Legal
traction to enable them to ,
accident. any
traveling north at esti- own.The
mated speed of 60 to an 65 mph. Miss Stuart and her pas- pull the truck up as there is no Economic Agency comedy is being'
shoulder on the overpass, justa announced it is now offering directed by Richard Jockel.;
The truck hit the car on the senger, Cindy Stuart, 14, were has
passenger side, and both ve- taken to Alachua General cement curb and beyond free legal services to The production is sponsored'by
that, a steep embankment.FHP the Woman's Club of.
hicles were pushed northward Hospital in Gainesville, where low income residents.For
after impact. The truck they were reported in satis- officers said Miss an appointment or more
factory condition with pos- Stuart would be charged with information call Mrs. Waters,
sible broken bones. The driverof failure to yield the right of 964-7684.

UCSchool the truck Henry Sanders, way, and Sanders with

was taken to Shands Teaching excessive speed. CUB SCOUTSCub IJ1L
Takes
Supt. Scout troop 513 will re-

Brooker Election Set For Feb. 8 sume its regular meetings
Office Tues. .: -- after the holidays Jan. 20.
The next troop meeting will
Brooker City residents are council veteran Carl Carbon dioxide fills the air Tuesday morning on US :IIOI in Waldo. The overturned tractor be at the Southside r-
Union School reminded that qualifying for Edwards.Nipper took his seat trailer contained 40,000 pounds of the(:()-2 gas which the Florida. Highway Patrol !said was neither Elementary Cafeteria. All
Super-
County Bill the office of mayor, marshall on council Dec. 13. dangerous explosive. Four wreckers were required to remove wreckage!( from the road after parents are urged to attend,
intendent William A. ( )
McGill took office quietly and clerk and council seats in Mayor Roy Carroll's term the gas was removed. Traffic was detoured for four hours. as more volunteers are badly Ask
Brooker will close at noon on expires this election year as needed.
Tuesday with a reception does the term of Whitney ReportsFor
Saturday, January 22. appointed
for him in the school In N.C. Charley ,
AF ;
given Robinson. w Duty
Voters will decide a total of City Clerk Linda -.r r
board offices attended by the Teal ElectricElectric
six in the Feb. 8 Mrs. Robinson she does
school board members, school city races says Marine Private First Class
principals and office election. Also up for grabs are not intend to seek re-election.! Lawrence H. Whitney, son of
personnel."It three council seats vacated by Mr. and Mrs. William E. Work At It's Best Jots

is a milestone in my chairman A.B. Adams, C.L. The post of Brooker 3 s 11 f ftrx Whitney of 2205> Haistens
Adkinson and newly appointed marshall is a currently unoc Starke has 139 E Call
l life, said McGill. In brief i ;i Drive reportedfor 964-7423
councilman William S."Steve" cupiedposition. To qualify for ./
duty with the Force
remarks to the group McGill Fla.
; Starke TFN
said he would make it a policyto Nipper. any of the positions a person :" Troops, Camp Lejeune, N.C. About This Question:
be
Nipper was appointed to fill must a resident of Brooker, ,
work closely with everyone the vacancy created by the a registered voter and 18 .4 "When I traded for a';
connected with the school
retirement of a six-year years of age. new ear, I failed to;
and make studentsthe
system to ..
and :r.: f DeWitt C.JonesFuneral notify my agent to'
number one objective ,4'i( "it' ,, I
provide students the Local Holiday Weekend .., ; Jr \. II I transfer my insurance ,
'
maximum education. f \ to the new car. Now, six
McGill said that he did not I
weeks later I caused ;
HomeSTARKE a;
have the to all the
answers Almost Accident FreeTwo serious auto accident ;
%
problems and did not professto
McGill both cars are badly!
"walk
on water.
minor accidents in the careless driving after the car '
said he would not be damaged. Will my'auto
makingany -
county over the New Year'sweekend she was driving ran off KEYSTONE
changes that would had two drivers Forsyth Road, a dirt road two I$ '' 'U. off insurance still cover?
flabbergast the world."I being charged with traffic miles east of Starke and two r, d .i both my liability and
have 964-6200 473-3176
people know," we said McGill competent and violations, but resulted in only tenths of a mile south of SR. y collision damage to the

forwardto one minor injury. 100.Henderson new car?" ..
added. "I am looking
Charles Patrick Dudding, told FHP of- 1
with in ; ;
working everyone" 39, of Lake Butler, was ficers she had gone too far to RENTALS
our School school board system.chairman charged with failure to yield the right side of the road while Charley E.

after he made a left turn in passing another vehicle and Hospital Beds Wheel Chairs
Donald Dukes welcomed
McGill and said he front of a tractor trailer that ran onto the shoulder and Jamey Carver proudly displays! the invitation he received J JOHNS AGENCY
was was trying to pass him on SR- overturned. She was not In- Tuesday to President-elect Jimmy Carter's Inauguration.!( First I
looking with him.McGill forward. to working 100 nine miles west of Starke. jured in the 8:30: p.m. incident. grader Jamey also holds the post card he received in answer In & Crutches 131 S. WALNUT ST. STARKE.

The accident occurred at 2:30: his letter to then candidate Carter. PHONE 964.5070WINTER
replaces James H. Thursday.The .
(Jimmy) Cason who had p.m. truck, driven
by
served 12 farewell years in that post. A William McAdoo 48, of Man Charged Young Starke Resident I II
surprise party was Middleburg, collided withDudding's
held for Cason on Monday at I
1971 Chrysler. Both

the When high asked school.if he would be vehicles were knocked some With BurglaryActing Invited To InauguralA
off
150 feet the roadway. I
making any changes in per- ALE
Dudding told Florida Highway
the Union
sonnel McGill said at presenthe quickly, Starke first grader who Jamey admits that although
Patrol officers he had made a office
did not have any changes in left turn signal. County Sheriffs Travis appre- said someday he "might" be be may someday be Presidenthe CLOSEOUTNow
mind to to the school hended Clayton the would also like be
present Neither driver President of United States to artist. II
was injured, and. him
board. although Kenneth Norman charged has gotten his foot in the political The future presidential
Gockley,
of dwelling,
first of the with burglary a
The meeting door by receiving an prospect also Softball
of Lake enjoys
Butler, a in
passenger and ofa
Superintendent's board with McGill seat in will the the Dudding vehicle, received grand firearm.larceny larceny invitation Carter inauguration to attend the Jimmy and and riding his new bike. Going On At

minor injuries.
old business tabled Norman, 30, of Jacksonvillewas
bring up FHP $500 damageto parade January 20.
until Jan. 11. The school board the truck reported and$1,500 damageto charged with breakinginto Jamey Carver, 6, son of Mr. ForesterTo SpeakOn
Rt.
Varnes' residence
has been asked to act on a the and Mrs. Warren Carver said

request by Cason and for continuing In Dudding's a New Year's car. Day Inci- Wednesday 1, Box 408 in December Lake Butler 29. on he"might not go" to Washington Burning Program Van H. Priest Co. StoreAll

contract a year'sleave dent, Linda Henderson, 33, of Chief Deputy Sweat said the but was real "happy" to

of absence. Starke was charged with department was able to catch get the invitation. Jamey A controlled burning pro-
to take his invitation and
plans
Norman within 15 minutes of gram will be presented at the
the call and the post card with a picture of Lawtey Volunteer Fire
complimented
. RECREATION Carter to show to his first Ready-To-Wear
CENTER
men "for" being on the job grade class at Starke Department! Tuesday, Jan. Hat
quickly. 7:30.:
Sweat said a description of Elementary. Speakers will be A.G.
Shoot formation about the course The post card Jamey received -
d Hoop the truck Norman was drivingwas McCullers, Alachua County
being when
re
given you in to
was a
response
obtained from Varnes' Forester, and Head Bradford
The Recreation Departmentwill gister. If you have any letter that Jamey sent to then- REDUCED
daughter and son-in-law after County Forester Chuck 13to12COME
conduct a Free-Throw questions, contact the Recreation candidate Carter in the fall.
his stalled Colbert.
start
Contest sponsored by the Elks Department, 964- they truck.helped After discovering the Jamey said "I hope you be Everyone is invited to at
Lodge B P.O.E. 1802.It 6792. called thesheriff's President," and explained he tend.
burglary they
is a national contest with had two brothers and they had
local winners advancing to Introductory Art Class department.For planted some trees. Carter's

higher levels. Registration is sale ad in the response arrived the day USE BRADFORD ON
DOWN!
being held through January 7 An introductory art class for Roanoke, 111., Review: before the election and told COUNTY TELEGRAPH
at the Old Armory. A pre- anyone 18 or over will be chest brand-new, Jamey "although young, you WANT ADS
liminary shoot-off will be held taught through the Recreation "Hope can be a great help in my
half long story.
during the week of January 10, Department. price campaign."
to determine the finalist in the The class will be taught by

Hoop() Shoot Contest to be held Charles Hall. The class will be
limited to 12 students. There
January 15.
The contest is for girls and will be a $20( fee charged to Goet=man Construction Handy Man Specials :

boys ages 813. The girls and cover supplies and instructions ,
boys will have separate con- for a ten week L 473-3183 Lake Geneva
tests and there will be three class. ?

winners in each contest. The Registration will be held
contestants will compete in through January 14 in the Old Bull Dozer&TractorWork No. 1 Heady Man SPECAL! No. 2 N -4 ; I
Armory. At least $10 must be
three age levels: 8-9, 10.11,12-
13. April 1, 1977, is the paid when registering to cover Fill Dirt
determining age date. the first five weeks. If you -

Winners shall be determinedby have any questions, contactthe Clay- 24x60 SKYLINE HaaJf Man SPECIAL

the best of 25 shot attempts. Recreation Department, ;3y,
9646792. '

CeramicsA Girls'Basketball Masonary Sand' 2 Bath Need* Some Work 24x50 ''P


ceramic class for girls '
and boys ages 12-15, will be Basketball for girls age 10- -Free Estimate- Total Electric Conditioning Bedroom 2Bath Needs Work
offered. Registration is being 15 will begin today (Thursday, .
held at the Old Armory with Jan. 6)). A clinic will be held to Delivery AnJ.hereP.O.BoxI24LakeGeneva
introduce the basic skills
the class scheduled to begin
28 from 3-4:30 today and Jan. 11 from 3:30-5:
January
:
p.m. 4/rp 1/0 1/27 in
There will be a $2 charge to p.m.Games 8500
cover supplies used. How to are scheduled to 6695
use both stains and glazes will begin Jan. 18. Games will be .
be taught, plus the cleaning of played on Teusday and Thurs- ---:- i_

the material how a piece is day from 3:30-5:30: : p.m. in the

poured, etc. This will be a 4-6 Old Armory.
(
weeks course and there will bea

class limit of 12. The first 12 BROOKERIN IPANELlNCENTERI, 1975 RIDGEWOOD 1972 FLAME ".
1971
to turn in registration cards I I FLAMINGO

and fee, will make up the BRIEFBy 4'18' 12x60 2 BR

class. I 'I 12x52 2 BR. 12x502 BR :

Kepousse' Craft ClassA Jeannette Prescott SHEETS $4995 .

Repousse' Class will be SCHOOL MENU I Prices iI I $3995 $3696

offered through the Recreation January 1sIsMONDAYt

Department for those Start At

18 and over.Repousse'. : Chili with beans, I
is a type of raised lettuce salad bakedapple 12x65
decoupage' using clay.Preregistration pie pepper, french bread, milk. BLAIR $ Oldest Dealer' I. Bradford Coaaty.
will be TUESDAY: Hot dogs and I $ I
held through January 14, with baked beans iello with orange 299 2BR..F&R "tO 99

classes scheduled to being on juice, ftench fries,buns, milk. At Tho Sable loeatioa For SI>*< YearsOlin's
January 24 and 26.The classes WEDNESDAY Cheese Air ConditioningVIUGHIJOHISON

will be offered on Mondays with bologna, fruit cup, green
k. from 7.IOp.m.and Wednesday beans, cinnamon rolls, See Us For Your Kitchen
mornings from 9 a.m.noon.. macaroni, milk.THURSDAYS.
There must be a minimumof Fish sticks, Cabinet Needs
six to a class and no more cheese ,
peaches cabbage
than 10. There will be a chargeof slaw hush puppies, grits, CO. Mobile Home
$10 to cover some of the milk.

needed supplies and the class FRIDAY: Stew beef, turnip ;
g will last for six weeks. greens vanilla pudding,.corn 1 140 S. Thompson St. OPEN SAT. 9-3 S64.57H I

Registration is being held at bread, rice. milk. Comer Of/ S.R. 100 T' Started Hwy 100 Starke 964-5606 FHA Financing Available On New Homes

the Old Armory, with more in- e>.,...-r. -r r.asn r r sar.X

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