Bradford County telegraph
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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 13, 1977
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Casey School said

plans to re .

The entire cast of "Hello Dolly," to be staged Jan. 21-22 and Jan. 28-29 with cur- Reddish, John Samons, Mrs. Mona Canova Kevin Neel. Debra Woodfln, Cynthia county staffing administrative school
tain time at 8 p.m. Is: Morton, Michele Jornov, and Sarah Jackson.' Bradford
Back row- Paul Hutching. Sr., Jesse Moore, Jerry;CusSUler, Michael Woodfin, Board, following
First row Bill McRae, Carol Milner. Sandi Sanders, Charles hall Carolyn Jeffry Jockel Gene Tanner, and Director Richard Jockel. rejection of the
Canova Sylvia Reddish,Don Neel, Marion Douglas and Grover Howard. The cast is shown Tuesday night after the first dress rehearsal. Four more re- .
Second row- Pauline Tanner, Peggy Neel, Joan Hurst Judy Goodowns, Marla hearsals are on tap for the group to work off the rough edges. same"Everything for now,"

'Hello, Dolly', To Hit Stage Jan. 21-22, Jan. 28-29 recommendations made Tuesday.responsibility.its decision"The I,, I

my responsibility,
Mrs. Dolly Gallagher Levi, almost everyone, tells an of the joy of living, glittering comedy alive with reservations will insure a been rejected." '
the most famous matchmakerin ebullient and irresistible story with robust songs, and ribald:11iwI determined efforts of the choice of nights to see this Casey has
history, will bring her indistructable Mrs. Levi to glittering production. Anderson interim
talents to Starke in four' match all lonely males and Bradford High
rousing productions of the females In loving embrace, in- Richard Jockel is directingthe position left
ever popular stage, movie cluding herself and the play. In addition to Sylvia Casey I
and TV musical, "Hello, unsuspecting semi Reddish and Don Neel, cast superintendency J
Dolly" that broke long run millionaire, Horace members are Sandi Sanders, school board will ,
records when produced in Vandergelder, played and Charles Hall. Carolyn Canova, Its Jan. 17 meeting ;
New York in the 1960's.It sung by Don Neel. Grover Howard, Bill McUae. Anderson's ,
has been touring the Marian Douglas, Caro Cas.ey_will l I
country in one form or another Milner, Peggy Neel and former
almost ever since. Keynote of her philosophy is Cynthia F. Morton Richard
The exploits of the a quotation from her late hus- assignment to
Incorrigible Mrs. Levi will be band, the long-suffering Also, Joan Hurst, Paul: C, Educational
presented here as one of the Ephraim Levi, who once said. Hut:hlns, Pauline Tanner, Act of 1976.
annual dinner theatre "Money is like manure. It'.. Cynthia F., Morton Judy without an
presentations of the Starke not worth a thing unless it's Goodowru, Jerry Guswiler he vacated
Woman's Club which have spread around, encouragingyoung Kevin Neet, Lisa Reddish andJohrl intendency and
I played to sell out audiencesfor things to grow!" Samons.' rejected the
the past several years. nominations, in
Conducting the orchestra
This season's dates slated to be the
are Tickets for the twltMona ,
play are $7 will, Canova; with
.' Friday and, Saturday, Jan. 21 .. per' person including 'dinner,:; ,Z"t"3.Jackslh..O.p.ib.L".otulr.::: : ." elementery. -'- '
22; and Friday--Saturday- which will be served from 6-7'p.m. Michael Woodfin on drums. 'pos -
Jan. 28 29. each evening, with Michele Jornov is assistant Casey said"the

I sidered The role one of of the Dolly best, con-in Work on the 18M! >period costumes went on until the last minute curtain time at 8, in the StarkeWoman's director along with Debbie Operations ministrative
Tuesday night. Joan Hurst sews flowers on an umbrella as Club: Reservationsare Woodfin, choral director,
musical comedy, was played Register and
their in the available by phoning Mrs. Jessie Moore Jr.,
on the New York stage by Grover Howard and Kill Mcltae go through paces spotlight, Director Charles
r background. It all happens under the watchful eye of Director Pat Spengler,964-6046, or Mrs. and Jeffrey Jockel, stage
others remain the
Ginger among same.
Hazel Hardy 9645070. Early
and in films by Barbra Richard Jockel.County manager. hoped to move
I Streisand. The local version principalship at
will be portrayed by Sylvia Elementary
Reddish, whose voice has the Moves To Hampton
power of an Ethel Merman, Stop Hydrilla Clark to the
and whose comedy is well offices as
known from her previous tendent.
leading roles in Richard Francis, who
Jockel productions.The slated for the BHS

plot, familiar now to In Rowell And Sampson LakesHoping ship last ,week's was the

board meeting, at

\ 1 Jl atUn (TrierThuridav. to avoid the commission said it was a just this thing, and we're not E.W. Hodges vicechairman.Other board lineup rejected in a 4. 1 !
mistakes that have all but private road and the board going to get into it." : county officials in- Board members
ruined fishing at several couldn't do anything about it. Asked if the road could be cluding attorney Dudley Francis'
I I Alachua County lakes, Brad- designated a 'county road, Hardy, zoning director L.M. the taking
I ford County commissioners The residents of the area, Roberts said he had person Gaines, civil defense director post on students 13).I
decided Monday to take action which is three miles south of ally told the developer several Jerry Thompson and road many during :
\ P immediately to nip a hydrilla Starke, said they cannot even times what steps would haveto foreman Leon Ellington, were vious campus tenure as
problem in the bud at get mail service anymore be taken to bring the road all reappointed.In the high school.
Sampson and Rowell Lakes because the road is so up to county standards, and other business, the Board
\ here. unpassable, and appealed to that "He (the developer has board: Gaskins refused
J Joe Hankel of the Game and the commission for'help."As disregarded my instructions." Was introduced to week's
Fresh Water Fish Commis- Bradford County Library
'''Wecan't tell
a man what to the Clark and
sion told the board his Director Dan Smith, who
agency much as we're in do with his property," Roberts tions and that of .
has noted hydrilla growth at sympathy with you, there isn't added. "Your best bet 'is Paulk said was* "doing a purchasing
both lakes and also in Alli- marvelous job.-
anything we can do," said probably to get an -attorney grounds that their
Creek this Hankel -Announced that E.W.
Jan. 13 gator year. chairman George Roberts. and get some relief throughthe titles do not
recommended the county take Hodges has been appointed by
"We are prevented by law courts. board's
action immediately, before Governor Askew to the state
City Planning Meeting the problem becomes serious. from maintaining private In its 1977 reorganization', CETA board Hodges had pre- In addition to
City Hall roads. All the counties aroundus the board voted to keep viously served on the District assigment, board
Hydrilla is an aquatic plant have had problems with Roberts as. chairman and HI board. Arthur Gaskins, .
p.m.Monday that, if uncontrolled, can and Vernon
Jan. choke off other growths in the jected to" '
lakes and make them im- administrative
passable for boats. Two of the Bruno Wants PSC To Control middle of the
I Give Blood most popular fishing lakes in vote was 4-1,
Chamber of Commerce Alachua County, Orange and Holliday voting
fa.m.-Jp.m. Lochloosa, are presently in changes. The vote

this condition. Rates For Hampton Waterand position shift was
Elks ft Elkettes Hankel said the Game and Gaskins,
Starke Lodge 1102 Fish Commission was not Parmenter voting
Dinner 7 p.m. specifically funded to control Bradford County presently sets the rates, has gives the PSC control of Casey's
Meetings p.m. this plant, but that it was in a Commissioners took under twice turned Bruno down for a privately-owned utilities with In addition,
position to offer technical advisement Monday a requestby rate increase, saying it will the concurrence of the county has made no
Bradford County advice, manpower and equip- Hampton Water Companyowner not consider the matter until commission. to go to court and
School Board ment to aid in its eradication.He Arthur Bruno for it to Bruno institutes state-ordered Board chairman George of mandamus to
7p.m. estimated cost to the pass resolution allowing the improvements in the water Roberts told Bruno the matter board to agree
county at $4,500 a year, two- Public Service CommissionPSC supply., would be studied and that he nominations,
Tuesday, Jan. IS thirds of which the county ( ) to set water rates Bruno referred the board to would be notified if any action still the possibility
would have to pay. The other instead of the Hampton City Chapter 367 of the Florida was planned. he or Francis
Starke Council third could be obtained as Council. Statutes which deals with Hampton city attorney board to court
7p.m. matching funds, he said. The council, which water and sewer regulations Richard Welty asked that the matter.
Treatment will consist of city be kept informed of the According to
Thursday Jan. 20 introducing chemicals into the board's plans so it can appear school board must
lakes during warm-weather Commission Overrules and speak. cause" when
months, periodic inspectionsof "He's trying to get a water nominations of a
Bradford County all lakes and possible "
rate raise somehow, Welty dent. Board
Hospital Board construction of a screen commented. Wolbert said "
of Trustee between Rowell and Sampson Zoning Board ApprovalCounty Bruno has been under a boils down to
7p.m.Make Lakes to prevent the directive from the Depart- fessionalism or

Reservationsnow spreading of the plant. commissioners took congestion a business would ment of Environmental Board
for Commissioners also decidedto the rare action Monday of bring. Regulation (DER) for over a Parrish and
Dolly"to institute a dog ordinance in overruling the Zoning Board, Commissioner Hazel Paulk year to improve the system to professionalism as
"Hello the county, to allow for the insure water ments of
be which had approved Mark questioned the Zoning Board's adequate just
staged detention of dogs who have
and chlorination of to
Jan. 21.22'Jan. Olin's request to-rezone one having approved a request pressure jecting
lt-39 bitten people or are running acre at the intersection of they had denied a monthearlier. the water. He has not yet ment, and
loose. Once completed, the
Highways 100 and 100A from taken any steps to do so. was plagued with
/Meat Buffetto
will the
ordinance give county rural to business to allow for "In fairness to the (zoning) He was ordered in Octoberby from parents
precede lock such
the right to up dogs Circuit BHS
board, said commission Judge Benjamin was
the construction of a con-
presentation until they can be checked for venience store.Attorney chairman George Roberts, Tench to make the asked him why so r
rabies. In the case of stray "There were two different re- improvements by Nov. 15, and dents were out
it'f!; (Community dogs, the Sheriff's Depart- Richard Welty, quests. The first one. which was then given an extensionon streets, Gaskins
ment would be authorized to representing residents of the would have allowed for a con- the order that the
;flute !I nnk pick up dogs.Confronted. area, told the board the area venience store and a plumbingstore To comply with the order, campus policy
by a group of was designed as an ex was for 11 acres. This Bruno must retain a adhered to.Attorney.
Account T...N.._x InwirM.Vp Va angry residents of a sub- clusively residential area, and second one, just for the con' professional engineer and
> *r>l O.*.ilt.......nc.C.c,. division on US-301: who can'tget that residents are opposed to venience store, was only for submit a proposal for board that to
their road fixed, the the increased traffic and one acre." improvements to the DER. (See Page ) (

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Page TELEGRAPH January n.: 1,77 lJ ..- ....- 1 ... I

Brooker Mrs. Mamie celebrated Mamie Hodges her Hodges 93rd of and Mrs.Celebrates white.Hodges has 93rd five Birthday 9 : h; g2ci e9hh 4 fYlte Jll w It'ady

birthday last weekend when generations. She was born in
two of her great grand- Georgia on January 9, 1884.
children, Barry and Stacie While still a young girl her Wooly Society Gdilory 964. 7608
Lynn Gnann of Mlddleburg, family moved to Florida. She a r.... ..-
surprised her with a "Happy has remained in the Brookerarea
!Urd Birthday G'Ma" cake Bradford County ever

.beautifully decorated in pink since. __I JuniorWoman's Priscilla Stalnaker and John Kenney, Jr.

v Club Planning ._. .. Wed Jan. 1 At Pine Level Baptist Church
Spar 1'w11r11J -
: Mrs. Hodges lives with her 2 EventsMrs. presented- programof.
n. Rut son and daughter in law, Miss Priscilla Jane nuptial music. '. _
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) Evan and Ruby Hodges in Stalnaker, daughter of Mrs. I L.
Marlon Thornton attendedas
Diane Lees of the
I'. O..t, T. Brooker. She was married to Elizabeth Stalnaker of Starke
best man. Ushers were
the late Rufus and Diagnostic Resource Center of and James G. Stalnaker of /"'
,...11', Gainesville the at Richard (Dick) Wheeler Joel : '
Duty was speaker
they had three children: Evan San Marcos, Texas, and JohnW. Stalnaker, brother of the hnh
the Junior Woman's Club
Jr., of Mr. and
Kenney, son
Hodges of Brooker. Mrs.
F.n T. Cit ( 'Ui11 Melba Ree Rains of Archer meeting Monday: night. Mrs. John W. Kenney, Sr. of Jacksonville bride, and Roland, cousin Murwin of the of a ,,

and the late Lucretia Green of Starke, were united in ,
But Brooker. Mrs. Lees showed a film on marriage Saturday, January groom.Miss Pamela Stalnaker r al
Mrs. Hodges is a member of students with learning dis- 1, at 4 p.m. in the Pine Level attended her sister as maid of rC
4 the Dedan Baptist Church in abilities and spoke on how Baptist Church with Rev. honor. Bridal attendants were &
Brooker and is enjoying good Bradford Alachua and Union Roman M. Alvarez performing Phyllis Stalnaker,sister of the ) _>
Counties are benefiting from the nuptials. '
health. She for
enjoys reading bride Jackson
fnAMBUEIUEB her She to this service. Centering the altar was a ; Cynthia anciVirginia \ \
Reg. 60' pastime. hopes cousin of the bride,
white and bronze arch holding t
celebrate many more birth- Mrs. Robert Autry, Kenney. sister of the
days in years to come. president, presided over the white tapers with a basket of groom. They were gowned ". ."..

I ... meeting and plans were discussed burgundy white mums,pink in gladioliand front of alike in pink crepe A line .J''
for the Fashion Show pompoms dresses with burgundy set in t .,: g
the arch. Two large baskets of
and Spaghetti supper to be yokes and deep burgundy J
and satin
Mrs. T.G. burgundy pink roses
Hammond of
held March 8"and the Straw cuffs. Each carried a cascade
All ills Wry Winter Haven was weekend (hcnd made)were on each ._:.. '
guest of her nephew and berry Queen -pageant March side of the altar with arrangement of handmadesatin ---- -.. ---- -- _! ..... -
26. burgundy roses pink
Or AWl slly family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Following the program candelabras on each side. On rose buds with long pink 1L ) "> .
Hardy. the piano and organ were two
refreshments were served by streamers. They wore pink
Mrs. Bill Abrams and arrangements burgundyroses hats with burgundy
PlaT1 picture
c : with pink candles. The
4ft : Gary Stephens. and streamers.
Stretch marked with
>e Sewing pews were Miss Rhonda Sue Alvarez, fti
II 1 Class greenery and pink and
cousin of the bride was f
vIJjJum Tuesday, Jan. 18 Teal ElectricElectric burgundy satin roses. White bride's gown train bearer. She
oaaaaa satin bows were used to mark
7.10p.m. was attired identical to the
the pews for all the servers. In .
bridal attendants.The

( ( Im($($ ((3 for$10 more registration information Work At It's Best the balls background and palms. were fern marriage bride by her, father given, worea in

I Phone 964-6398 139 E. Call 964-7423 Miss Charlotte Whiteheadand silk organza gown over satin
1212 N. Temple 964-6567 1/8 2tca 1/13 James Guy Stalnaker, with fitted bodice highlightedwith
Starke, Fla. TFN Jr., organist and soloist embroidered flower and /


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r. r Mr. and Mrs. John W. Kenney Jr. I

From seed pearls trimmed with with white candles. Miss Beth
., chantilly lace, stand up Davis and Miss Lynn Dyal cut
collar and scalloped lace edgeon the cake.
the chapel length train. Her The two punch tables were
cathedral length veil with lace covered in burgundy cloths
trim was secured to a crown over layed with white linen
DENMARKFURNITURE decorated with tiny pearls and cloths. On each end were
lace. She carried a cascade crystal punch bowls.
arrangement of white Centering the tables were
carnations, pink satin rose arrangements of pink and
buds and baby's breath, burgundy roses with jewehte
centered with her going holders with burning white
away corsage. Also in the candles.In .
.' bouquet. .r_fQur JQng stem .. one' corner of the room
burgundy roses that the bride -wasra large'white'rlce''bagtree
and groom gave to their which was decorated with
CO. mothers at the close of the pink rice bags and burgundy
ceremony. The bride also ribbon. Pink and burgundy
wore pearl earrings, a gift bows with wedding bells and
from the groom.A small baskets of hearts also
decorated the tree Mrs.

reception was held in thechurch. Thornton Johns was in charge
Fellowship Hall. Miss of the gift table and rice tree.
Gail Reddish, the groom's Assisting in serving were
aunt met the guests at the Mrs. Bishop Myrick, Mrs:
door. Standing in the Elva McRae, Mrs. Jerald
.4at receiving line were the bride Baldwin and Mrs. Woodrow
Thomas. Floor hostesses were
and groom and their parents.The .
Misses Donna Thornton
hall was decorated with '
palms, baskets of pink and Valerie Jones. Beth Dyal and
and several Linda Richardson. Mrs. Owen
burgundy roses .
candelabras with burning Alvarez, Jr. and Mrs. Donald
white tapers. Ray Tilley. aunts of the bride,
Miss Donna Harris kept the were in charge of the weddingand
bride's book at a table which reception. They hand
with made alMhe-flowers used in
1eldpergnette pink
and burgundy roses and pink the wedding and reception and
candles. also made the wedding cake.
MALONE'S GOT YOUR MATTRESS The bride's table was Following a wedding trip to
covered with white satin witha St. Augustine the couple is
lace cloth around the sides residing on Bayless Highway. I'
with the corners forming a The bride a senior at
swag at each end. The table Bradford High School is

In Your Comfort. Your Size. Within Your was tiered centered wedding with cake a topped four County employed Public at Library.the Bradford

Budget.At with a bride and groom. The The groom is a 1975
cake was decorated with graduate of Bradford High
small pink rose buds. On each School and is employed at the
Savings from $2000 to $80 side were silver candelabras Community State Bank

Bobby Carter Celebrates 1 18th BirthdayBobby I

Carter celebrated his hors d oeuvres, chip and dip,
252 COIL 510 COILSuper 720 COILSuper 18th birthday last Friday and cake.

night at a party given by his Refreshments and games
cousin,'Kathy Taylor; and his were enjoyed by the guests
mother. Mrs. Lucille Carter, and relatives attending.Out .
: Firm Firm Firm at their home on Sleepy of town guests were
Hollow Drive. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Nocgel
The refreshment table was of Lake Butler and Mr. and
covered with a white lace Mrs. Mike Barley and family
cloth and held a punch bowl of Punta Gorda.

TWIN SIZE $59. TWIN SIZEREGULARLY99' $ 7995. TWIN SIZEREGULARLY $ 9 995, Angela Epps Has Skating Party Dec. 31 I

REGULARLY stig") .
Angela Epps celebrated her the Rink carried out the Snow
10th birthday Friday, White and Sever. Dwarfs
December 31, at a skating theme and had a white cake
FULL SIZE 252 Coils NOW '79"each piece 'FULLSIZE .510 Cods NOW each piece FULLSIZE 720 COils NOW-M19" each piece party given by her parents decorated in pink.
Hegularly '99"each piece Regularly 119"each piece Regularly 139" each piece Mr. and Mrs. Harold Epps, at
the Starke Skating Rink on Fifteen children enjoyed
QUEEN SIZE 322 Coils NOW-209"set QUEEN SIZE 60S Coils NOW- '269 set QUEEN SIZE 838 Coils. NOW- 339" set :301S. affair between the hours 2 and
'_ Regularly '269"set Regularly-'329"set Regularly -'379i Set The refreshment table at 4 p.m.

KING SIZE 368 Coils NOW279"set KING SIZE 800 Coils NOW- '349 set KING SIZE *1084 Coils NOW- 5419's set Holly Hatcher Celebrates 2nd BirthdayLittle I
Regularly '359"set Regularly-M29"set Regularly 499". set
...,... Holly Hatcher parents, Col. and Mrs.
,W 1 / I' 4 .. MALONE' "- '- celebrated her second birth- Hatcher,Jr. on E. Call Street:
day Saturday afternoon at a
-,.. -given by- her-mother.-
... MATTRESS TC', --_. _. The Angeltheme was
Mrs. H.M. Hatcher, III and
L."yComrart-II_' --------.r.- carried out in the table decor
.'':::::''=:= HURRY IN NOW held at-thehome---. of her grand- ations with Susie Angel cloth
/ with matching napkins and
( t TilE BRADFORD Susie Angel cake. Pink
-. MALONE COUNTY TELEGRAPH streamers were strung from ;I
Published the ceiling to the four corners
every Thursday
+ / FREE FRAME OFFER at 138 W.Call Street of the table. Pink lemonadeand
Starke pink cupcakes decorated
Includes All Of The Above Bedding ,Florida 32091 marshmallow daisies

I This coupon entitles bearer to a free frame I when Second Class postage paid and pink gumdrops were
.> l ( presented with,\ purchds of any SET ol\the above bedding al SUrke,FloridaSubscription served.
; I 1 Rates:

I Sale Good Thru Jan 31, 1977 I In year trade; H area six months: 17 per between The 12 the children hours attending:3 and 4

434 \". Call St. I I II' o'clock were given assorted
-.. L.1 OuUMe trade area:18 favors of marbles bracelets '
4 ; ne9fr4.5827' Starke, Florida peryear:14.51 six months footballs, life savers, suckers
<| and pink balloons.
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Box, Thomas Padgett Altar Society To Revise ByLawsSt. UDC Holds 2 i ,ou.Xaow Freedom Leaders .:i5ft "

WeddingJan.29 Edward's Altar Society Sunland patients and on food Jan.Meeting To Be Featured ti-
held Its monthly meeting in baskets delivered locally. Mr. and Mrs. O.G. Stray- Mr. and Mrs. R.A. Colson
Members were encouraged to Mrs. Guy Sale, president of horn of Wildwood spent last week with their
J.T. Padgett of Lawtey. the parish hall following Mass Film .;:
In Library
Miss Box Is a 1976 graduateof offered by the pastor, participate In the Civitan the W.T. Weeks chapter, Sunday visitors of Mr. and grandchildren Jim and Drew ,...
Blood Bank scheduled for U.D.C, presided over the .F. Williams, while the children'sparents .
Mrs. M Hazen. '
Bradford High School and is Reverent Patrick Foley on
Through the courtesy ofsx.National
of donors in meeting Wednesday, January Mr. and Mrs. LaRue ..
employed by Dr. J.E. Monday evening January 3.
5,and Williams, were skiing in Audiovisual Center i-
Starke Jan. 17. announced there will bea Mrs. Shellie Gerle is home
Denmark.Mr. Father Foley ir his homily on '
in Washington D.C. the public ,,,
district Canada.Mr.
the of Mrs. workshop meeting In month's visit with her Montreal
Padgett is employed as spoke of the significance of the Upon after a
will have
Samons, members to February at the RiversideWoman's and Mr. and library a preview ....,.
a carpenter.The first American saint, Eliza agreed daughter family showing of the film, ,..
and Mrs. Louis .
conduct a "Penny Sale" at the CluD.Luncheon Mrs. Brad Locke in Bradenton. Arningof
wedding will take place beth Seton and the "Echoes," next Tuesday, ::;:
will be Wilmington Dela. were
served. All
Saturday, January 29, at 3 Eucharistic Congress held in meeting scheduled for Feb. 8. members Monday overnight guests of January 18, at 3:15: p.m.in the W
Mrs. Shaller for were urged to
in the First United Philadelphia during 1976. gave plans a
p.m. covered dish to attend. Mrs. Elizabeth Tyrrell of Mrs. T.T. Long. library. ';OJ;
Methodist Church of Starke.All Mrs. John Samons presidedat parish supper Admission is free. '::
friends and relatives are the meeting when plans be held in the parish hall on Miss Norma Canova gavean Farmington, Conn is stayingat r r"Echoes" .
was especially !
invited to attend. were made for the revision of January 30 at 6 p.m. interesting program on the the Magnolia Hotel for the Miss Kay Turner of .
produced by the United States r
value of Jacksonville and John Burtonof
the Constitution and BiLaws.. Refreshments were servedby prayer and time for winter months. .
Information to illustrate '
m the hostess,Mrs. meditation.The Knoxville, Tenn. were Agency '".a-
Mrs. Richard Coss and Mrs.
Arthur Clark of the colorful and exciting
dumber. meeting was held at Mrs. weekend guests of Mrs. Janet ;
Mrs. J.R. Wainwright Victor Ashline were appointed the home of Mrs. Lester Owosso, Mich. is visiting Col. Turner and Mrs. James past of freedom leaders.,0\; ;,
visited her daugher, Mrs. compiling to assist the the new president laws. Mrs.in Crews with Mrs. Bertha and Mrs. J.A. Griffin this Barron. .. .f :'f.J:::;
Gene Shaw, in the Orange DUPLICATE BIUDGK Pearce and Mrs. Steve week.
Robbie Shaller was compli- David and of ?
Mrs. Wainwright
Mr.and Mrs. Bill Mobley
Park Hospital last Wednesdayand RESULTS as co- hostesses. The ,
mented for the lovely work Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Hardy, Mrs. J.R. Wainwright visited Jacksonville visited her -:
Mrs.Shaw who served refresh-
Saturday. '
she did in taking'care of the ments Charles Hardy and Douglas Mrs.Gene Shaw and family atDoctor's brother in law and sister, .'_ i j
underwent surgery Tuesdayof and Jeff Wren- during the social hour.
Kunig "
altars and assisting with Hardy attended the funeral of Inlet Tuesday after Mr. and Mrs. Tullie Norman Md "
week returned home
last on church decoration shall were the winning coupleat II
Monday.Mr. during Bridge Tuesday an aunt, Mrs. C.B. Harris, in noon. last Thursday. 'JI '
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas December. Mrs. Lester Duplicate Tifton, Ga. last Friday. Iq.& '
Box of Starke announce the A. Humphries volunteered for night. Mrs. F.J. Shaw and Mr, and Mrs.Joe Welch and Mrs. A.B. Whitehead, Jr. of Miss Madge Middleton and :-..
and Mrs. J.E. Hardy Mrs. S.W. Hamilton were second Mrs. Mattie Nelson ,
of Mobile
altar care during January. Lake Butler visited her
I engagement of their daughter, visited Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Odom and Mr and Mrs. L.M. Stoner of Mrs. Merle Mardis were :
Laura Ellen, to Thomas Alvin Wilson in Tampa over the Reports were given on and Mrs. J.D. third. Ala. were Thursday to Ocala were weekend guests of mother Mrs. Earl Nichols in Monday luncheon guests of '/t'. ;;:;.
Padgett, son of Mr. and Mrs. weekend. Christmas gifts given by Mrs. K.A. Green were Tuesday guests of Mrs. Vergie! Mr. and Mrs. George W. North Florida Regional Mrs. John lodge, Sr. in < ,
members and parishioners to Flynn. Brown. Hospital Monday night. Palatka. };;.. it



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We have a Zoning Board that has the foresight to plan for the growth of Bradford County through Zoning. The Zoning .:; I
Board members have many difficult decisions to make, but these honorable and just men try to act with the welfare r n '

of Bradford County as.their objective.The : I


County Budget provides $26,428.50 for the administrative costs of the Board, but the Zoning Board members ";li!:

receive no pay for their time, and very little thanks. !{

One of the functions of the Zoning Board is to set guide lines for the development of a planned community, which -

would benefit all citizens here in Bradford County. i

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I, as an individual, applied fora. Rezoning Change Junction 100 West and ZOO' A', which would allow placement of a .
convenience store. The Zoning Board investigated my application and granted me permission to start a convenience ".ht I

store, at the above address with final approval from the County Commissioners.


The Zoning Board recommended to the County Commissioners that the Rezoning be granted for the location which 'lSi.t -

t" seemed to be suited and necessary for this type of business. :!

Our County Commissioners met and completely disregarded the recommendations of the experienced Zoning Board, .

which was an insult to the intelligence and integrity of the members. If the County Commissioners feel qualified to A: .

: make these decisions why was the Zoning Board ever established? is. '

Instead of weighing the Zoning Board's advice and recommendation the County Commissioners listened to a select ',,!

group of individuals, whose interest seems to be to keep Bradford County stagnant in its growth and economic .

development. ar

I JMeed Support From You, The Residents Of Bradford .."..t..--..";".

County In Establishing A Convenience Store '"....\hV/...5:,::.i

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HELP ME PRESENT A PETITION Clip And Mail To Mark V. Olin P.O. Box 27, Starke, Fla.! 32091 'II

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We, the undersigned, disagree with the County Commission's decision to deny the '

TO THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS I I recommendation of the County Zoning Board for approval of Mark V. Olin's request 'I .'.:,...

I for rezoning to permit a convenience store at the intersection of SR-1 00 West, and I ,-.i:

SR 100-A. We respectfully ask that'the County Commission reconsider this : :
application and approve the rezoning request submitted by Olin. : .

Signed, I SIGNED: I ?& '


: Mark Olin I ADDRESS I fj. e

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h9s UC Man ArrestedFor

': Assaulting Wife

Union County Sheriff Department -
& has charged Robert
: Nelson Martin with aggravated -
1r* assault on his wife
.. Betty Lou Martin as a result ofa
> nr.ItA'r stabbing Thursday night,
Jan. 6, around 11 p.m. in the .
East End Bar in Lake Butler.

,' :s 4 According to sheriff spokesman -
family centers chief deputy A.A. Sweat,
; A Martin, 50, 730 N.E. 1st St.,
Lake Butler, had an alter- CALLAN COMPLETES
h" cation with his wife and MISSILE TRAINING I
1 stabbed her in the hip. She Spc.2 Joseph Lee Callan has

,:.4 ;\ !. ( (] oLor( ( ]ot E1](] J13( was listed General in admitted fair Hospital condition.to and Union was graduated training a"B"at average Ft.from Sill, and Oklahomawith missile is now

" stationed at Fire Direction
.t : Control System, Missile
... I,,. ? 301 S. Shopping Center Starke, Flo I Martin was arrested and Range, White Sands, New
,:' ", placed in jail on $2,500 bond. Mexico.
,.&; TGT&Y Callan is the son of W.P.
:" !1. t ..', Callan, Starke'and VirginiaM.
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: h'wR PAPERTOWELS ;JJjoJw"/ Tanya has two and children wife Janet.Joey and

Mrs. N.D. Wainwright and ..
Mr.and Mrs. Robert Sellers of
Hollywood were Monday
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. JR. Mr. and Mrs.. A.B.
Reg. Wainwright.Mrs. Whitehead visited her sister,
Mrs. Orin Reddish, 'Jr. in
,, 41OO H.L. Speer returnedlast York's Hospital in Lake Cityon
Thursday after a months Sunday.
visit with her daughter and
0 family, Mr. and Mrs. E.P.
Barney McRae'was
t't Boland in Athens, Ga. Mrs.
No. 655T Jamie Bridgman, Steve Saunders Boland brought her mother admitted to Baptist Memorial
Hospital Wednesday for
1 t" home and remained for the observation
ELECTRICHEATER Engagement weekend. and treatment.

./ ,; Mrs. Mildred Bridgman of Miss Bridgman Is a 1974
r. Lake Butler announces the engagement graduate of Union County DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home1'
of her daughter, High School and is employedat
) :, TISSUEflr.v Jamie Diane, to Steve Arthur the Lake Butler
: >i. Saunders,son of Mr and Mrs. Elementary School. Is Concerned
t / Arthur J. Saunders, also of Mr. Saunders is a 1972
Lake Butler. graduate of Union County
1500 Watts Fan Forced
High School and received his About Your Wishes
ti4s Associate of Arts degree from

: 2 Roll Pkg To-Rena employed the L.C.C.C.in He the is Accounting presently
$ section of the Florida State
4' Reg. 37 2 28 Prison.A .
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,..'':1u'';,;..,.:',,; .I"','A" j.! 29 C How Under Hew JjJ lJow. (now .

( :;". Mrs. J.H. Moseley has
l, Yr ..' (" returned from three weeks
,' visit with her son Dr. and W. An PriftstltMl I U Plimtlitj.
:.,: .- Mrs. Jay Moseley in Knoxville -
," ;' Mike and DottltInvlfj Tenn.Bradford. A S.rvlc. T. '.1111I10. Wltku.
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Strickland, Jessie Smart,
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January 13,1977 TfoLEGHtPIIPageS '

Now 6.5 On Season :JTornadoes 'j

SR e Earn 55-41 Comeback Win 1f i

ialI 11-;

Over Live Oak, Fall To Wildcats 56-50 ,.'

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LIVE OAK Three of Oak was 17 of 59 for a 29 per corner, to put Baker ahead 34- Bradford connected on only to'\ I
Bradford High's starting five cent team average. 33. Baker fans fairly howledas 4 of 10 foul shots, a poor 40 per- -f>' .j
I hit for double figures here their hot Wildcats seemingly cent average. Baker hit 6 of 9
Tuesday night as the Torna Score by quarternHi couldn't miss in the second free throws, for 66 percent. .L )1I
I does fought back from a 29-31 f II 720-55 half.Virtually Bradford Coach Warney I
j third quarter deficit to earn a LO I' f 10 10 41 all the Baker Adkinson pointed to the poor
zy y9 55-41 victory over the Scoring scoring was done by 6-6 Ford free throw shooting and poor :\
r 1 Suwannee High basketball and 6-5 Joey Kennedy who rebounding in the second half
.HI- Aldrltfaa 1-4-10 Hampton >-*- bucketed 14 points. Ford and I
Bulldogs.The as the reasons for the loss. I,
11, Cartar a-o-ia Godwin J-i-a o.
victory, which puts Walkar 1-01.King 1-0-1.Turn totals 25- Kennedy both scored from in- "If you can't make foul
4 rF Coach Warney Adkinson's side and outside in a give-and- shots and can't rebound you 'flt
Tornado cagers at 6-5 thus far alS.LO Johnson 4-1-11. ....1.' 1-1-11 take pattern in the second half can't play round ball and
,. Clwrry4-01. Parklna 1-0-4,Godwin 0-2-1 which beat the Tornado "
on the current campaign, Moor. 011. Tam totals: 17-7-41. zone win, the coach said after the I
Ct evens the BHS squad's record defense. If the Tornado de- game. y
r ( I for the past week at 11. The fenders took the man driving '
Tornadoes were downed 50-50 Baker Game in he just passed back to the The Tornadoes had a ,,1;. ,
by Baker County High's Wild- man outside for an outside balanced scoring attack with : "i ''I
cats last Friday night in Jumping off to a 20-8 lead shot. The tall Baker pair com- four players in double figures. : .
Macclenny. after an opening period of bined on several patented Aldridge led with 15 points, I
Tuesday's comeback vic hustling rebounds, tight zone "alley oop" passes for sharp Andrew Carter had 12 points, S
1.S j
1 tory over Live Oak's Bulldogs, defense, and accurate lay-ups. David Walker 11, and Kenny :i, ,j
was sparked by 5-6 point man shooting the Tornado five Ford got 15 and Kennedy Hampton 10. ;
Ken Hampton, who despite proved hard to catch Friday had 9 of Baker's 35 rebounds. Walker led BHS with 15 re- J I Ifj
playing with four personal night Jan. 7, in Macclennybut BHS had 26 rebounds in the bounds. Carter had 9, and ; '
fouls just one shy of the Baker High finally) first half battle under the Aldridge 8. l
limit came up with three managed to do it with 2:03: left board, but dropped to 12 in the j '.,,. '.'
big steals. Hampton's lightingfast in the third period. second half. ::" 1 ,
break away lay ups resulted Baker turned it around on BHS managed to pull back' Seora by quarters: 'r"l'! "
in six quick and badly the hot hand of Bobby Ford with three points, 48-51, with Bradford II 7 (11 so '
TI 41 needed points for the BHS who went nine for 11 from the 2:15: left in the game, then Oaks I 14 II 11 .. 'j1
ter' squad. field in the second half to end made it 50-53 with 1:45: left, butcouldn't In
Hampton,who picked up his with a game high 31 points. break the Baker stall.Bradford's ,Bradford Wolkor111.Aldrldga. Hampton'-J-1S.,1-0,10 Carts God-4011 ,
fourth personal foul before the Unused to such treatment the Freddie Aldridge win l-o-I. Total 31-4-50.
half poured in 10 of his 13 8-0 Wildcats outscored the purposely fouled Baker's Balcar-Ford 15-1,II.Kannady 7-0-14, :t
points on the evening duringthe Tornadoes 14-7 in the second Wade Rollins with 11 secondsleft. Rollins 14.0, Itoutamlra. 124. Burntod f.
1-1-3. Totals 2S-'"
n final quarter as BUS period and 21-8 in a cold Brad- Rollins missed the second r .
battled back, outscoring the ford third period. charity shot, but Ford rebounded + /* .
---- --- ----- ------ and sunk five-foot 1" .
-- Bulldogs 26-10 in the period. Wildcat guard David a The Tornadoes return home i
Andrew Carter worked his way between two Baker defenders Fred Aldridge paced BHS Burnsed sunk his only field jumper to make it a three tomorrow night (Friday, Jan. rl"Freddie 't
fur a laj'up. The BUS forward chipped in 12 points in both games scoring in the Tuesday night goal, a long shot from the point, play for the 56-50 win. 14)) when they host Palatka j
this week and rebounded strongly getting nine against Baker clash with a game high 20 South. Next Tuesday, Jan 18,
and seven against Live Oak. points. Joining Aldridge and Ii.-- the Bradford five will play ';
Hampton in double figure BRADFORD C host to Eastside of Gaines- I I IL

scoring for the outing was An- t, ville. Next Friday Jan. 21
drew Carter, who chipped in the Bradford five will travel to 1
In Overtime 12 against the Bulldogs. A Gainesville to take on the
total of six Tornadoes had a LFNrr1igrap1 Buchholz Bobcats. :
hand in the scoring outcome. +wk r'r

"We finally decided to play ;'I
Palatka South's Braves andEastside's
BHS Girls Fall Coach Adkinson
basketball Rams have met the "J'
commented following the vic- locals on the current season, ''t,
tory over the Bulldogs. He lll] u with the Tornadoes taking the Aldridge led Tornado scoring In'Macclenny with 15 '" ;
noted the BUS defensive <
tough Palatka South squad 55-47 and points. The BUS guard had tight rebounds.! Aldrldge: also led ".,a4"r
49-53 To FL DeafST. game held Live Oak to a single 1
fieldgoal through the first five dropping the Rams a 7252.season opener to liltS Live with Oak.a game high 20 points Tuesday night in the 55-41 win in Y11;

minutes of the final period.
AUGUSTINE A the Tornadoes maintain a slim "We had good defense in the \
much improved Bradford lead through three quarters of fourth quarter and showed a
High girl's basketball team play Saturday. In additionto lot of hustle in getting the re- '
nearly had its first victory Miss Williams' team high bounds," Coach Adkinson BHS Wrc: ostlers Meet Central Tonight ill' 11
here last Saturday night, but a seven rebounds Coach added. ;
fourth period comeback efforton McGriff had solid play under Center David Walker led the .
the part of a determined the boards from Betty battle under the boards for the Bradford High's currently tonight (Thursday) on the a 6.2 decision over his opponent the 147 pound class, forfeitingthe coming week. Following their'r:: I:
Florida School for the Deaf Hudson, who finished the Tornadoes in Tuesday's con- undefeated wrestling team heels of 36-30 win over Lake while heavyweight match to his Lake Weir op meeting with Central tonight, 'i 1i:
squad, which knotted the outing with six rebounds and test,clearing them 10 times on puts its unblemished 2-0 Weir The Tornadoes defeatedthe Bobby Smith was a 10-0 ponent. Revel easily won an the Tornadoes host Buchholz "" 4
score at 46-46 at the final Miss Johnson and Miss the evening. Carter ran a regular season record on the 'visiting Lake Weir ,winner in the final match up. exhibition match against the here, at Bradford High's gym*. <:<
buzzer, led to a 49-53 overtime Coltrane, with five apiece. close second in the rebounding line tonight (Thursday, Jan. wrestlers here last Thursday Ken Cruger took the 187 Lake Weir 147 pounder. Saturday (Jan. 15) at 3 p,m.; .," '
defeat for the BHS girls. department with seven. 13)), when the Tornado mat- night, January 6. pound class for BHS by forfeit. Lake Weir scored a victory then host Palatka South here ;" !
The Tornadoes currently 0- In addition to leading the men travel to Palatka Centralfor The Tornadoes gave two in the 101 pound class, when Monday (Jan. 17)) 'at 7:30: <. 'f(<
Meeting the Florida Schoolfor '3 for the season, travel to squad in socring Aldridge led matches beginning at 7:30.: matches to the visitors from Bill Aldridge, competing for p.m.; host Ocala..Vanguard, '"Vfi' 'I
the Deaf Dragons in their Gainesville Monday (January BUS in scoring assists for the Four members of the Lake Weir by forfeits, those "the first: time in inter here Wednesday Jan. lIH),hw %, 1:\\I<1
first outing following the 17) for a clash with P.K. outing with four. Hampton The Tornadoes tangled with Tornado wrestling team won coming, at, the 107 and 140 [.schwastic)Vrestling.los\\ 6 7;30vp.m 4'and close U1:0":' rjnextThupsday
break, the Tornadoes Blue Wave. Central's last individual matches against classes. . holiday Yonge's The finished with three assists. Bulldogs pin :: (Jan:' 20>wfth-f
took on a new aggressive lookas varsity contest Monday will The Tornadoes found the season,blowing a then perfect Lake Weir opponents by pins. Charlie Revel weighed in BHS wrestlers will face four' away matches against "
they battled to a slim two- be preceded by a JV clash set going tough all the way 8-0 regular season record on a Martin Slocoum, participatingat just over the weight limit in opponents during the up-, Macclenny.
point lead,28-26,at the close of for 6:30: p,m. against Live Oak. BHS had. close 33-36 loss to the Palatka 120 pounds; Tom Meng, at ,
first half play here. The BHS spotted the Bulldogs to a 12-9 wrestlers. The 1976 BUS 129; Joe Lazenby at 158; and t...__ ,
squad led 12-11 going into the lead at the close of the first wrestling team posted a 10-3 Henry Pete at 167, all won ... I
second period. period of play, but went to the season record. individual matches with pins. ''t..
Scora by quartet locker room at the half owninga Pete went three rounds with TREES PROVIDE FRESH AIR
Paced by Judy Williams his opponent, while the other I
22-21, edge.A
one point
BHS IJ U 10 19 4f Several members of lastyear's
BUS wrestlers
who finished the contest with winning by pin,
FO 11 IS 4 14 7 52 pair of six-footers Cal- Tornado
21 points and was leading re- vin Johnson and Ricky wrestlingteam put away their competition on
bounder for the Tornadoeswith Scoring; returned this season and first round pins.A PLANT ONE TODAY
Beasley paced Bulldog earlier this week spoke of
seven snares, the BUS scoring, each hitting for 11
.HSWIIII.m.'Ml Coltrana 1-1-11 the 1976 loss.
squad stretched its slim Murphy 2.0,..Johnson 2..-.. Blalorfc 1-0- points. avenging pair of BHS wrestlers won ','
halftime edge to six points, 38- 2. Hudson 10-2 Mains 102. Tam BUS his on 23 of 60 attempts their matches against Lake
32, at the close of third period totals'0-1-1l-4t.Sari,." 10111. 'Iolds211.. from the field against the Bradford High's wrestlingteam Weir opponents by superior .y I!q.
play. Houahoton 2.H.Fullar 1-1-1 Wlnn.r 0-1- Bulldogs for a 38 percent goes into the meeting decisions. Alan Montgomery, Trtt Planting Tips Ma11l ?
2. Tom tolalii 11-ll-il. shooting average, while Live with Central's Bulldogs competing at 114 pounds, took I

But fourth quarter actionsaw Dig A Hole About Twice As Big
the Dragons mount a As The Root Ball Or Container.
determined comeback,
climaxed final second Mix Into The Soil Peat & Animal 1
by a
field goal by Sherry Barnett YOUR FRIENDLY Or Bed Mix ((1 To 2 Mix?) **!** -i*
which tied the contest at 46-46 Spread Out The Roots & Hold FRUIT- NUT- SHADE TREES- :
at the buzzer and sent the The Tree In Position Water ".".j ,;

contest Barnett into led the overtime.Dragons. Miss for Well And Fill In With The Soil FLOWERING TREES :.!J_: :
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the outing with a game high 22 Air '
points. S Running To Prevent & :p.r, 1
BUS girl's basketball Coach Pocket Around The Roots. -..ff''t
Jerry McGriff, commentingon Plant To Same Depth The
the Dragon's fourth period CENTER Tree Had Been. Root 1 st Quality
comeback said experiencepaid Stimulator Will Help In q
$ 69
off for the Florida Deaf
squad when it counted. Establishing A Healthy Root Big Selection" .....\. 4

"We ahead, and they Walk into your local Farmers prosper even more by providing them System Quickly And Result In

had to foul were us to get the ball Mutual Exchange. the means to carry the products they A Healthy Pretty Tree. Vines From $ 3 29 )' 8
back." McGriff noted of the There's not much that says this raise right on through processing andis Water Well Daily For A CoupleOf \ ,'..1. i

fourth period indicating his anything but a homegrown, parka the consumer's very table. Weeks And As Needed Thereafter. ..
had the to r
squad opportunity Today
put the game away from the hometown business. ,Gold Kist is multinational.And .

Foul line. this is true. We buyand sell locally,regionally, Ideal

"We missed 13 free throwsin At the same time every FMX, nationally, all over the world. Von Nut) Good Peat -

the final period," Coach every Gold Kist facility you see is part If this is success,though, it rests BED MIX .
McGriff added. of an organization that stretches around on one thing: the participation and When PlantingFafard I ,

Hitting on just five of 18 free the world and back again to you. support of our members in their own Complete Planting
throws during the last quarter Medium Contains Fillet It Nora "
forced the Tornadoes into the This wasn't always true. Qullty-Git .4
overtime period against the When Gold Kist began in 1933 Farmers own and operate Gold Bone Meal Organlcs y .

Dragons.In it was simply a dream of a few farmers Kist and their Fanners MutualExchanges.They Cow Manure And Other f f
the overtime period, their set the and Cu. Ft. $399
outscored getting together to improve policies 2 Bale
Florida Deaf cagers Elements : ;
Vital ; '
the Tornadoes 7-3 in taking the incomes by pooling their meager chart.the directions Gold Kist takes. ',;t, 1'

_contest by a 53-49 final score. resources. Obviously,they're doing 5 Lb. Bag 25 Lb. bag 4 CBa FIt.. 64' ":.,";. .,

Then as now the basic idea was, something right because now we're

had A total a hand of seven in the BHS scoring girls and still is, farmers helping farmers. over 150,000 members strong. I4S9 4398 \ 6 Cu.Ft. 849 :'. :f... .. '

against Florida Deaf last Or;to put it another way,farmers And that's how you build a Bale ". '1"4'. '
Saturday night. In addition to doing business with and themselves. friendly neighborhood world trade >\ .
Miss Williams' team high 21 Over the as fanning and center.From the Give'Em A Real Good Start With '
points Coach McGriff had a years, ground up. ORGANIC COMPOSTED l
double figure scoring effort farm marketing have grown more GoH Kist. COW MANURE $ t 9 9 Ortho
from Frances Collrane who complex,this concept has lead Gold Good tt.....us for the farm 40 Lb. It
finished the evening with 12 Kist to reach further and further and and from the farm. UP-START
points, Emma Murphy FINE GROUND i ";
in six, 'Cassandra expand its resources. t J 9 ,x
chipped FLORIDA PEAT Bushel 1 Promote Rapid Root Growth :1. ,
the needs of ;
Johnson hit for four and three Now, to satisfy our FARMERS'MUTUAL

other Tornado cagers tossedin members we're into just about every Reduces Transplant Shock'RYE ,11" 4-
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field goal apiece.
Coach a McGriff noted area of farming and marketing you can GRASS SEED -.t': ,

aggressive rebounding, off name: seed, feeds, fertilizer farm 50 Lb. Bag Only 12". 29.. Pint Quart t

both" the offensive and defensive supplies, ag-chemicals, pork,poultry, $1', .2" ti i

backboards, helped soybeans,peanuts, pecans;grain.

> x4 ROTEfIANO. And the list goes on. E EXCHANGE COST ;' q
In all of these areas our scope i is

( broad and deep, too, so that we can q ONTKOL 984-5745 539 E. Call St. 'i
!5 ] bring to farmers the best advice 2226 N. Temple .1"

products and services that research, fW Horn Ofhca Gam.**** Wo IS?. 1 e4C 'w
ilt ,education and experience can provide. Starke, tttrk Abe In--Onto Jaxkaonvill.OyKal.Si Kar Augw5anT.R.A..e.Patahai Uha city # ::1
Gold Kist is also moving toward
Gainesville. Fla. an ultimate aim: to help farmers A" ....:


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eDo: January Chiefland 13.1977 Hawthorne But }'aIl81-71 To Episcopal


JACKSONVILLE After a points. Joining White in many expected to be a much limited to just three trips to "We got Hawthorne in foul Aided by the numerous tripsto had double figure scoring Score by quartarn.
11 pair of weekend victories at double figures for the outing closer contest into an 11-point the foul line, converting two trouble early and took advantage -, the foul line four Tigers from Paul White with 18, Alfred _
i Hornet Into while of it," Tiger basket finished the contest in double Holmes with 16 and UC I' 20 14 11
home, Union County High were point man Alfred victory over the capable trips points HH IS 20 II '17 -
cagers lost one on the road Holmes and forward Jessie five of Hawthorne High presenting the Tigers with Jl: ball Coach Jimmy Thomas figures with Walter Filer'sgame Jessie Blount who poured in
9f. Tuesday night falling to Blount who contributed 10 here Friday night. free throws 17 of which fell commented following hissquad's high 19 points pavingthe 13. Scoring)
r Jacksonville Episcopal 8171on points in the one-sided contest. The visiting Hornets were for points. 75-64 victory. way. Coach Thomas also Second half play saw the Holmes UC -11-14 Filer, Blount fWhite|4-1-11, Perry to-il 3-11
+ the Eagle home court. Coach Jimmy Thomas had Tigers, aided by several trips Team totelti' 2f-IML I
'' The loss, together with last. scoring from a total of eight I Undefeated UC JV Rolls Past Eagles For 9th Win I to the foul line, outscore the Gordon HH -5..10.Purdy Manning 7-1-15, s-0-10 Thomas, Cook 5-o-i 4|ff
Friday's 75-64 win over Hawthorne Tigers in the Saturday night Hornets 16-12 in the third ,Dougloi, .-....Zavada l-l-l.. Corey I''
High and Saturday's shoot out, as he called out the I period and 22.17 in the final 2. Team totalu' 11-1. ...
70-59( trouncing of Chief land, reserves in the early going of Three victories over the Scoring TIGERS.HORNETS 53 Joining Pringle in double ouarter.
gives UCHS a 7-4 season the second period."DannyJohns past week upped Union UC Prlnglo ..4.14 Holm. f-0-11 figures for the outing last
mark. Webb ..0.,. HlohOnd a-0-4, Nicks 1-0-4, Pringle again held the hot Friday were Roy Highlandwith
High's junior
Episcopal Game ,Wil Jackson County Slmmont.4.Blount 1.0-a.Tlmmoni l> hand for the Tiger JV, pouringin 14 points and Raymond
t basketball record to 9-
and Steve Sirmones all did Tigers'
a 0.2. Teem totals' 20.0.04.
high 20 points with Six had
a 12. a
game Tigers
good job when they came off 0 thus far into the 1976-77 cam EH -Scrlven I.0-14. Wlllisms S-l-11,
The Tigers fell behind 2518in the bench in the second paign. Tugglo' 3.3.,, Elllton 1 7-*, Kelly 1.2.4. against the visiting Hornets. hand in the scoring. r / 13a r
the first quarter and trailedall quarter," the Tiger mentor A Tuesday night 64-49 win Team 101.'" 1I-I3-4 ---'t'\r'\ '
the way, despite the 36 said. over Jacksonville's Episcopal TIGERS 73.CIIIEFLAND 47 ._. :: = u.!.. .
point effort of Boysie Perry. In addition to pacing the High followed weekend vic- Registration UnderwayFor iSi:! .r
USHS was down nine points at Tiger scoring attack againstthe tories over Chiefland High, 73- Union County High's junior
:J halftime 41-32 and the gap increased conference rival Indians, 47, and Hawthorne's Hornets varsity cagers extended their
to 13 after the third Recreation ClassesCERAMICS
'Zl White shared top rebounding 5853. string of undefeated.starts to
ui/ quarter. The Tigers had a The undefeated Tiger JV eight straight with a 73-
honors for the outing with for- games -.1 UbIITY
:", good fourth quarter, out- ward Boysie Perry. White and cagers travel to Cross City 47 victory over Chiefland first 12 to turn in the ru;: 1 .IICMFN UNINn WUOM
scoring Episcopal 25-22 but itwasn't Perry each had nine reboundsfor tomorrow night (Friday, Jan. High's JV Saturday night in a Ceramic classes re -opened registration card and fee will .
enough to overcomethe the evening, followed by 14)), before returning to home contest played on the Tiger's January 10. Classes are held make up the class.'INTHODUCTORV.
Eagle lead. Walter Filer and Blount with court action Saturday in home court in Lake Butler. Monday from 7 10 p.m, and .
Scar by quartart: seven apiece. playing host to Macclenny'sBaker After a surprisingly close Wednesday mornings from 9- ART CLASSRegistration M
I'.t UCMJ II 14 14 IS II The Tigers were eight for Couunty High javees. A first quarter which saw the noon in the Ceramic Room will be held .
..j 1 *....(... IS U II II II 16 from the free throw line Tuesday night contest (Jan. Tiger JV gain a slim two point Old Armory. Instructor is through January 14, 1977 for :113x1-1 IIVPX"(JJM' ,CAAf'OfI'T. L
Molm 5313, against the Indians,and hit on 18)) has the Tigers traveling to edge at 15-13 the UHS squad Lillie Ann Johns.A the Introductory Art Class, for 8fA(2' .id ..... J ,1..
UCHS P 1..3. t
Filer 3-J-f, White rry 10-4, Blunt 033. 31 of 73 attempts from the Chiefland for a return match. pulled away to a 39-26 lead at those 18 and over. The class L :
Jackson I.0-1. Total 27.17.71. field, while Chiefland was 15 the half behind the hot hand of ceramic class for girls will be taught by Charles Hall
Burroiight l Ll-23.CobB] TIGERS 64, EAGLES point man.Leandrew Pringle war .
J.A. EP.-
I ..., 114 of 24 from the charity stripe ages 12 15, will be and is limited to 12 students.
1-1-4 Hold.n 2.2.6 InoKani -
,LeMter 0.0.11. Smith S-l-11, W.bb 104 and 22 for 69 from the field. who finished the contest with a offer Registration is being There will be a$20 fee chargedto io. .
'I Leandrew Pringle a 23 I Other Models Available
high points.
Wood 1.7.3. Totel: 15-11-11. held at the Old Armory with cover supplies and
Score by quarternUC I
sophomore point man, pouredin Pringle in double figures were the class scheduled to begin instruction for the ten week I---
Tigers 70 Chiefland 59 17 II 14 II 70 a game high 24 points in Jessie Blount with 14 and January 28, from 3.4:30: p.m. class. At least $10 must be Rural Financing Available! PRICE '17.fifil
CH IS .14 12 II 20 pacing Union County High'stumor Herschel Holmes with 10. when
paid to
There will be a $2 charge to registering cover
LAKE BUTLER Union varsity five to 64-49 victory THE GRAND CAYMAN *'In Bradford countyP.
Scoring: the first
used. How to five weeks
basketball cover
County High's ,
over host Jacksonville UC- Prlnglo 10-3-11 Blount 7-0-14
UC WhlH 7-0 14, Holmit S.0.10. both stains and will Registration is being held at
Tigers collected their fourth Episcopal High in a Tuesday Holmes' S 0-10 Hicks 1-0-4,Jenkins 1.0.2. use glazes O. Box 6217 Jacksonville, Fla. 387-4981
Suwannee Conference victory .lount.'..filer 4.210..I..lohn.Parry 2W.10-4 Slrmonn Jockion 1.04. J- clash. Dukes 11-4. Tlmmont 0-1-1 Road 011. be taught, plus the cleaning of the Old Armory If you have 32205 '3
night ,
"y here last Saturday night with Turn totals, 31-1.70.CM Highland a I-S .Simmons. 2-0.6 Albrltton greenware as well as how a any questions contact the
111. Tam tot l 31 -73.
0 a 70-59 win over ChleflandHigh's -Clifford Bryant 11-S.21.Pow.ll Score by quartern CNMcGee ,i 0-11 Matmi 4.1.0, piece is poured. This will be a Recreation Department, 964-
4-10, AnOerton '50-10 Granger 1-04 weeks and there 6792.
1 Indians. a2022 U44EN I Alanandor 3.1-7. Cony'-.1BI.k. 1-1-1 4-6 course
Walton 0.J-3. Hudion .0.2. Wllllemt 0-1-
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II 10 II a (See Page 7))
Three Tigers hit for double I. Turn totals' : 27.13.9.
'il figure in the contest
scoring Tigers 75, Hornets 64
here Saturday night, with
Paul White, Union County LAKE BUTLER Union
football quarterback turned County High cagers kept foulsto
1 eager leading the way with 14 a minimum in turning what '
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JV Drops To 0-8 Marl On Baker, Live Oak Ldssess' 1 Girl's JV Downs Fl Deaf'

still looking for-an Initial trounced 8135 by Live Oak forward who finished the con- Starting In a zone defense
win on the current basketball Tuesday and lost to test with a four point total, the Baby Tornadoes were / 30-13 For Second Victory !
season, the Bradford High Macclenny, 54 43, last represented the lone tally for down 15-6 alter the first A w4,;
Junior varsity took Its seventh Friday BUS In the fourth period, period. Coach'Cox switched to r '"11''
and eighth set backs in games Both losses came in road "We played three good a man-t&-mari Idhtense ''n the 0 li r {', 1r Bradford High's junior var.slty well balanced team scoring ;,. 1 1erf
4 played during the past week games, and Coach Reddy Cox quarters," Coach Cox second period end things got 0t.. girl's basketball team orts. I
The Tornado JV squad was says a two game home stand commented followings the better, although the Bradford upped its current season record Coach Jerry Mcit'lli
this week should work to his Tuesday night loss, and five never could catch the to the 2.1 mark with a 30- credited Miss BiJotgs with !
'1.0. BHS squad's advantage. stayed with them through our better than average Wildcat 13 victory over Its Florida having done "an outstanding\ e. I
1.1 The Tornadoes host Palatka man to man defensive five. Baker edged 14-13 by School for the Deal counterpart job" In coming off the bench "
54.1k South's Braves here tomorrow play." BIIS In bothtbe-&econd, and last Saturday In St. during second half play to !

' 4 night, and take on the Rams ofGainesville's Cox termed the Live Oak third perloda"\t 1 maintain a r gl i''; 14'w Augustine. finish the outing with a iiv.
'y 1I comfortable "d. point total.
Eastside High squad an "exceptionally good
Trailing the close of
4-6 at
next Tuesday. Both upcoming team," and Indicated that his "We stayed lathe zone In the Coach McGriff clean the ,
contests are slated to precede chargers had played one of first period to lee If we could e the first period play rallied, the for Tornado Tornado bench early in the :
JV a
varsity clashes, and are set their best outings to date contain them.f C')8ch Cox girl's second half, with his squad I
for 6:30: p.m tip oHs. through the first three said. "We couldlk't, so we went second period, 14 point the scoring host holding a commanding la4lead.
quarters to a mantoJan and did surge, holding .
I BITS 35-Live Oak 61 Ben Ross led the way for the better. ,,w; I Dragons to a single, two-point Miss Darley and Miss Jot'k :I'
Ask Sticking to Its newly Tornadoes against the ,era field goal. el shared top rebounding ,
"They are young and all, Alter the halftime in-
Y the 'h I
honors for outing en'
to de- Bulldogs, pouring In 16 points
adopted man man
but I'm ; Tornado
pleasedwlth; termission, the girl'sJV
Charley tense, the Tornado JV basket. for the evening. He was the Cox says of hit round ballers."They're outscored the Dragons 6-2 snaring four off the buartl
r ball squad played Live Oak's only Tornado In double figures Just making so In the third quarter action and
E. r Bulldog JV even through three for the outing. many turnovers,'' but they'recoming 6-3 in the final period In Score by quarters, !i iOHS
periods of play Tuesday night, Colbert and center Kevin I
around: "They might coasting to the 30-13 victory. 4 14 4 4 '"
before being stopped cold in Miller led the battle under the be getting beaten but they are "D S I 2 I I
John.AboUl1. the final quarter.A boards for the BUS squad out there trylng.,:' Janet Easley led the way for

single free throw Tuesday night, sharing top re- Cox sees a need for Brad- the Tornadoes, tossing in a Scoring SHE -: Easley 40.1. Barnes I7 ,
his Question: accounted for the entire bounding honors with 11 ford High to have an athletic IP 4T game high eight points. Sara 5,0013-0' .. Ch..d'.r' 2.0., Darley'' 0 I I
Man'\ motorists Tornado point production of apiece. program In the lower grades 1. Biggs and Sandra Barnes Sawyor 1-0 2. Joek.1 1.0.2. Team 'Total" r j

because uf their age the final period, as the SCORE BYQUARTERI, Almost every' other high each chipped in six while 11.2.30.FD .- Coward 1.0.. Rubin I I
Bulldogs stretched a six point Valrle Chandler hit for four ,,
occupation driving BHI II 10 11 .IS school In the area has such a Matthews 1.02. Denson 102 1.nn \
the close of third and Sandra Darley Linda .
LO 11' 19 1'-61 preparatory program, Cox lo.a'' 01.13.Foul.d
habits or moral habits period play Into the final 26 added. BHS players, Cox says, Sawyer and Janice Jockel out, Rubin and Coward both,

rind it vcr diHinlt to point victory margin. 5117. ROil 7 SCORING. I I I.. C.r'.r I 2. S. must learn famamentals in each added two points In the FD. ::1
secure Auto Liability BUS cagers had spotted MIII.r,.2.4. Co.ber. .2.4. Shell I .2. high school that athletes in t
insurance from a local their Bulldog hosts to a 13.11 4.Cummings t.0.2.Team totals' 11.'. other area schools learn In I",

agent at standard rates. lead after the first period, but ISLO.. junior high school.
Ch.mb.rs4.4. Williams 4.2
had battled back, making the In :
Does the (fharle E. U. p.rry 4.1.1.Owen54.0.5. P.rk.r 2 City
most of the new man to man .0.4. Rlch.rdson I.0,2..Twonsen I 1.0. .
Johns Agent) offer to defensive tactics, knotting the 2.Hend.rlon 1.0.2, word 1.5.2. Tamtotals GuarlV5&, {
supply' such nonstandard score at 21 21 at the half. 2. 4 d1. Downed By.Cudas

auto insurance! The Bulldogs, paced by big BITS 43, Baker Co. 54 8HS S 11'1. n 135a0.r :
IS 'f.14!: 11 34
Chambers and Williams
polil"i(',,! ''i4yOHS. '
''31 who hit for 18 and 14 points The Baby Tornado five was ROil 40.12.Mlll.r I.'.T. Ih.II'- ,
Charley E. respectively, held a 40.34lead credited by Coach Cox with 2.4. OwaynS CummIRSO 0.,.,. Colbert' I. But Hold No. 1 In Jrs. }
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Mark .2.4.
as time expired In the third playing a better than average 004.Carter 1.2- :
JOHNS AGENCY Total 1S.1I.42. ... T
period before outscoring the game In Its losing effort 8.k4r. NSIla 14.4. Hollings' 2.0.4, .
131 SO. WALNUT ST. Tornadoes 21 1 in the final against the Baker High junior Farms -2.12,J_M. 7.5.15. Cr.w I0. City recreation department with a 26 point effort '(1,,d,1 J
PH.ONE.9A4'5070 quarter. A free throw by newcomer varsity last Friday night in .",P.te'-CI-2,Joa-rC.. 3.2.5.Totals 23.0 Kevin Miller goes up for two 01 his nine points against !Macclenny junior league boys basketball Jackson led the way (for :11,
Chuck Colbert, a 5 8 Macclenny. '4. a battle the BITS Junior varsity lost 5143.ABOUr. action resumed last week fol- Rays in the close contest Ik .n., ,.

u lowing a two-week break for a game high 3:1: loints.CudU .
the holidays with four contests
played over the past week. Hudon 11425. 1.0" S 1
OUR Biggest surprise of the re- Long 1-02. 0.50 102
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cently re-opened season came ,
Gedwn 1.0-2. Norman 1.0.7.
Friday Jan. 7, when the
current league leaders, the Second half 01 I I., '
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IF YOU HAPPEN TO LlKE'TN CRISP HEADS OF setback of the current cam- Sharks post their tow"' J
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THAT'S NO ACCIDENT! THERE ARE OVER 1,000 with a .t-31:1: a 111 l'\.r '
PEOPLE AT PANTRY PRIDE WHOSE JOE IS TO The Cudas 39-31 victory over Kings Leading scorer 10'' ''i P
BRING FRESHNESS TO YO"I THERE ARE PANTRY the Sharks last Friday was Sharks \\as again \ohm,], '
PRIDE PEOPLE WALKING INFIELDS AT THIS VERY > paced by Scott Hudson with 19 Johnson with :29! points. ah
MOMENT CHECKING LETTUCE AND TOMATOES. points and Robert Tyson. who Emmett Watkins paced f
pantry THE CONTENTS OF FREIGHT CARS JUST ARRIVED Cud.. Hudson ,.,.It. Tyson .0.14 \
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p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday
7:30: p.m. % .:I; BOXOFTHIRTY-44QUART Price'Includes 2-Off __ DETERGENT
Grace United Methodist: REGULAR $1.99 Label. Reg 2 for !57 14 02 -.
Pink Lemon
32-ounce. or
Sunday School 9:45 a,m. Wor CBO'sSAFE. ( Limit 2 cans CANS 4B
''I I 11 Lotion Regular
ship Services 11 a.m. and 7 NON-ASPIRIN
FAST Limit 2
p.m. Prayer Circle Wednes- 8 7 PAIN RELIEVER. LIMIT 1 ,
day 9 a.m. Good News Rap i /
Wednesday 7:30: p.m 'I ", /4 1 2//
United Methodist Women 127 7eul 6ge .
met at the church, Tuesday \ I ,> w SIR F FOR ,

with morning Mrs.January George Roberts 4 at 10 p.m.Sr., : ;,; IF \ \

presiding. She also gave the < .
devotional followed by the ; HEAD & SHOULDERS \|
business meeting. Eleven '"
ladies were present. SHAMPOO
Methodist Youth Fellow-
shipers went bowling in Jack-

sonville Misses Leonette on Saturday, Dyal night.Susie 7 oz. LOTION f

Muse, Teresa Devore Josie 93C SHAMPOO 4 F- e

and Mike Millie Muse with Capeheart Pastor, and and LIMIT TWO '

Mrs. Jim Hall and Mrs.
Robert Lee as chaperonsmade
the trip.Highland .

Baptist: Sunday .
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser-
vices 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Prayer WHITE RAIN LADIES' ECKERD COLD
Meeting Wednesday 7:30: liI.OZ

p.m.Laura Baptist: Sunday ; HAIRSPRAY FOR AlL FINE
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- WASHABLES flEG. :
vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. 99' LIMIT ONE
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 11 oz. REGULARAND 77 C
7:30 p.m. a C COTTON
School 10 am. Worship Ser- LIMIT TWO TWO
vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. ,
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 SPONGE
GENIE ZIP TOP Non-stick easy to clean bakeware
Missionary Baptist CAKE PAN 107x1'/i INCHES
: Sunday School 10 a.m. DISPOSABLELIGHTER MOP COOKIE SHEET 15x1 Ox* in.
Worship Services 11 a.m. and PIZZA PAN 12 INCHES
7 p.m BTS 5:45: p.m. Prayer WITH BUILT.IN 6 CUP MUFFIN PAN
Meeting Wednesday 7:30: p.m. SQUEEZE WRINGER 1. OBLONG ROASTING PAN 13x9x2 In.
St. John's Missionary Baptist REGULAR 2 49 Regular to 2.19

Worship: Sunday Services School 11 a 10 m.a.m.and cSO4 BLADESPACK C DISPOSABLE BUTANE YOURCHOICE

3 p.m, on second and fourth Q 69 LIGHTER IN ASSTD. flltl CORN 49
!! FIVEr .
Sundays. Prayer Band Mon- OF COLORS REG 1.19HALL'S 1

days at noon.SCHOOL ":' j DOUBLE EDGE
MENU : 'l 29'
January 17.21Monday .- LIMIT ONE \ BROOM REG. TO 2, 19

....--!.'.- BBS t 1
: Hot dog and bun, 1 100'MoCOflNBflOOM '
I mustard ketchup cole slaw I
i REG U 99
cookie delight, peaches milk. HOUSEHOLD
Tuesday: Turkey with .-...... -'!,';",.'' .. ', ill-& .;i :.9f. :....,.. DROPS PLASTICS
noodles sweet j i 2'
., apple- .n'v .
I peas .p ...... 'T' '_ ? 1
I *
,'auce.I biscuits, butter milk. 9 PA OF 12
with gravy, mashed potatoes 1 ARRID 88 REG. 59
green beans pears, rolls QUENCHER/ XX \RR1D, LIMIT M :. : = LAUNDRY BASKET
with !'i" OR. SWING TOP 30 .
Thursday: Spaghetti LIP STICK -'J: 8oz. AntlPerspirant ;I QT.WASTEBASKET
meat cheese, tossed salad C FIRESIDE t : 37C
kjfeAnewllp- I
peaches, french bread, milk.
IE.. stick from 6 9 spray
Friday: Chicken with rice 9 1 Chap Stick. Limit 1 I COOKIES
half peanut butter and jelly Limit 1 ...! JRWO
sandwich, green lima beans, 8 OZ, BOXASSORTED9 PlASTIC UI-TNRU
applesauce, milk.PERSONALS REG. YOUR


visited their sister, Mrs. Loca ; C W.
Raulerson, in Riverside PERMANENT LOTION.jfk MNTaoE. / 2 88
Hospital, Jacksonville on.Fri- MOI5"1uRe. FOR
09comPI.e 4-ounce.
day.Mr. 1 IC Normal to AMieR DENTYNE
and Mrs. Lawrence LIMIT TWO 1 Dry skin -... SEE-THRU FOfl CLOSETS.DYNAMINTS .
Crews have refinished their By Noxzema. MASTIC STORAGE AREAS
., i BOXES
house on the outside with SUNFRESH
brick which makes it look likea \ ..- SWEATER
new home We are happy for

Mrs. Mary Norman and -. 1 .
Mrs. Bamer PAMPERSDAYTIME :.: $ R4E;
Lowery were FARR 1 9 REG 12
2 1o1143r.w
guests of her granddaughterand ." 25G' I t 1,99
children, Mrs. Tim Wil- ,: EMERY BOARDS, LIMIT 2
kerson and family on Friday DIAPERS of

Mr.of Franklin and Mrs.,N.C.Hubert spent Lindsay the 209EXTRA 13Pack TWO .,-

weekend with their son and 24
daughter-in-law. and Mrs. -
Thomas Lindsay and family. tapes. Limit 1
Friends of Mrs. Coleman I)
Phillips regret to learn that I @.oAl977B
she is a patient in Bradford
County Hospital Starke. Our COLGATE I
prayers are with her. CEPACOL ,
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Griffis 7 oz. TUBETOOTHPASTE LOZENGES 3; w .-
and family. Mrs. Maines /
Griffis and children of ** PacK 1Ji79C / .)
Palatka. Mr. and Mrs. Bob C 2* Limit i ,
Smith and family, and Miss j 1 Pack. B-COMPLEX i>P peak FRUT-PAK
Lynn Uhaley of Starke were LIMIT I B COMPLEX I( : WITH
Sunday dinner guests of their TWO -.. --. -vninrx] %... STRESS FORMULA '
mother:Mrs. Nellie Wilkersonand .. 500MG.lCJ High potency vitamins Chewable Vitmn, C
De.) with 500 of Vitamin elr.
sister Mrs. Daisy Boch. mg. In 3 tasty flavors.
C. 100 i Reg 5.99
The occasion was their VITIIMINC
mother's birthday anniver CURAD purnxDfOMNUNT YOU DESERVE THE BEST :-=.? 79 a lemon. Regp2.3
sary. 100-250 MO. TABLETS
Price for skating $1.50 and PLASTIC TAMPONS WHEATAVIMS jJ4 89
Mr. Starling furnishes the 1
skates.Skate boards welcomeat STRIPS iTrad Fjfc Peckol 9 High potency 12 vitamins
( 16 Limit
69 7 minerals plus natural wheat .rw
$1 per person at the skating Box of 60. --1.. 1 Box.
150's 8.95
.. oil Reg
rink. Visitors are welcome to C *.'. Limit .... J germ r Da 100.800 MQ.TABLETS
watch them. 4 4 1 Box. .. ,peg Reg.US
Mrs. James Bowman and REG. OR SUPER 16 .... ._. ../o. TREATS 298
son Brian and daughter Mrs. '
Vickie Crews and Andrew Frultllavored.10
attended the birthday party r'\/1 DEPREE I vltimlns-4 mineral'
for her sister, Mrs. William Thera gsldf THERAGARDS NO SUGAR
Cahan in Whitehouse on Sun- t I t NO CYCLAMATES POPULAR
day afternoon. They had a M 100's Rf' 3.19
family get-together and ,, T----1; : High potency vitamins with n 111155k! VITAMIN I E
served and cake.
ice cream
minerals Therapeutic wLns Choose the potency you
Donna and Art Green of formula. desire.
Macdenny spent the weekend QUALITY 200's Reo: 8.95
with their grandmother, Mrs. 100.200I.U.CAPS
Martha Dorko PRESCRIPTION 66 269Reg.3.S7
Misses Donna Wheeler and = _
Tina Simpson were guests of .

the Thomas the weekend.Lindsay familyover SERVICE AT b? De WHEATACOL 1G0-400I.U.CAP'

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence ORBIT TABLETS Reg.S.N
Crews and Pam were Christmas it ctUey. LOW PRICES Family vitamins plus Whubcol w High potency Iron and'T X49 \
dinner guests of their Iron Economical ? Vitamin tonic for I \
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. On e-A-Day formula. I'a '.er mature. adult. 100'
and Mrs. Mill James and 7' WE FILL MORE THAN 100s R:2' 298 TONIC =' Peg 4 98 200.400LU.CAPS
family of Jacksonville. / i Q28Pale' Req.o.9e
Sincere sympathy U ex- 2 2 MILLION PRESCRIPTIONS 23 395 '
tended to Mrs. James r' + a EACH MONTHIF
Blackshear and other C
relatives of Kingsley Lake because
of the death of her husband -
,James Blackshear, who
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January 13.1977 TELEGRAPH Paget I'

1 LatvteyNews(From Page 8) M I

SALE PRICES GOOD THRU WEDNESDAY JANUARY 19 passed away on Tuesday.Mrs. .

daughter Miss Terry of Jack.
z zr STORE HOURS: OPEN DAILY 9-9 SUNDAY 10 to 7 sonville spent Sunday afternoon .
with her In-laws Mr. and
-- -- ---
Mrs. Arlie Dobbs.
.- Marine Lieutenant Darrel
{ and Mrs. Martin and family
Paris Island S.C. who will be
an instructor there, spent
Tuesday to Friday with their

ECKERD KODAK 126-12 Hicks grandmother, their uncle Mrs.and Hester aunt

I ASSORTED SIZE QUAKER STATE Mr. and Mrs. Glen Shufordand
BIC family, and uncle and
"C"or"D" COLOR PRINT aunt Mr. and Mrs O..I.
m Wayne Groves and Miss
r PENS Becky Harper were hostesses
REG. $1.60 a for a bridal shower for Miss

Blue or Black Ink.Medium For air conditioner or furnace. Reg.69* Heavy duty. Quart cane.r Regular pack of 2 tor 63* Susan Massey, daughter of
point.Reg.25*each. Limit 2 Limit 6 cans. Mr. and Mrs. Spurgeon

/ 4 Massey at the,home on Tuesday of Mr.,and January Mrs.
QUAKER OF l Wayne Massey.There were 15

I Fll100 F 1100 ,] MOID STATE on 1f. 133 b.ttlry 1.\ Spurgeon Mrs.guests open Ed including some Groves Massey.games their and mother After Mrs.Sue }

I her gifts. Then refreshments -
of cake and punch i
-- CIh4 were served. I
- Mrs. Darlene Norman and
sons were Sunday dinner
guests of her brother-in-law .

}fj,'J 4 j Ii [ TIE1 i ? 1 : 11 ELECTRICBLANKET FULL SIZE and and visited Norman Ralph sister Mrs.and his Price Mr.Leonard family nephew and of Mrs.Norman.and Miami John Carl Mr.

l .. -.. Sharpe and his girl friend
A Double blanket with Miss Irita Crawford and her
c-t 1 3.> O dual controls in luxurious family, Mr. and Mrs. Stanely
T j colon. Reg. 17.88 Crawford on Tuesday.
Jeff Davis of Virginia
GENERAL ELECTRIC With single control. 158811'1 time with his niece, Mrs.
DIAL-A-BREW Rafuse. Her brother I
READ DIAL COFFEEMAKER! STEPLADDER Alert Davis' condition is still
I 7"A
7369 FIVE the same.
controls brewIng
ALARMCLOCK Misses Dianne and
time and tempera ASSORTED SKEINS Haynes
ture. Reg. 31.99 Paula Tampa
AFGHAN KITS spent the weekend with her
brother, James Raulerson at
2688 *A A kit to knit t orO home of their
the grand-
l >t I 1988' 588 5 O crochet.Instructions.Reg. With,. mother,Mrs. Loca Raulerson.Mr. .
REPLACEMENT 9 6.99 and Mrs. James Art of
/2 \ REG. 29 Raiford spent Saturday afternoon -
3.99 with Mr. and'Mrs. Arlie
Enameled In SOUTHBEND 630 Dobbs.
X14 Mrs. Pierce Crews spent
ut1BB010fs. '12-111. X 1z''".
4 ROD & REEL COMBO Christmas apd New Year's !
REG. 4.99 *774 ELECTRIC LATCH HOOK with her son and daughter-in-

= X377,| JUICER GLASS GEARS-2 SPINNING: PIECE FIBER ROD PILLOW KIT II and Mrs.their George families.Breslin and

([LATCH HOOK NOT INCLUDED) Elizabeth of Jacksonville
COUNSELOR spent the weekend with her
BATH SCALE ;, >' 1 088 688 REG. 28 CHOOSE FROM parents, Col.! and Mrs.
$13.99 SEVERAL DESIGNS William Wilson. George
REGULAR $4 99 i .'- _ REGULAR 13 99 Breslin joined them here Friday .
:.' and took his nephew Tim
3" \ Wilson hunting at Keystone I
1ijiWIREBOUND Heights on Saturday.
Slim-line styling.
Assorted colors. GENERAL ELECTRIC DECORATOR a- Mrs. Pierce Crews visited
Mrs. Eunice Wilson of Starkeon
FOLDING ''Sunday 'afternoon'' Her
... 25 steam vents.Heat s ymaaf 'to. I brother the'Rev..Laurie Mc- ;,
: 'oCasst.
+ te' LAWN FURNITURE'Colorful selector. Reg 12.99 '
2-GAL.: METAL r 1 O 266 Kinrfey of the Church of God
,durable webbing on light-weight 088 REG. patterns.REG.3 passed away at the close of his
GAS CAN aluminum' Assorted colors. 79c 49 service on Friday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Spurgeon
28 Metal gas can GASUl CHAIR CHAISE MODEL F-63 Massey announce the
1 with soout. YELLOW ORASSORTED r marriage of their daughter.
REG. 1.99 REG. 41. REG 988 6 PAK FASHION COSTUME \ Susan to James Groves,son of
6.99 11.99 Mr. and Mrs. Ed Groves of
VIP 1250
PENCILS JEWELRY ) Starke on Friday night, Jan. 7
STYLER/DRYER i ..... at 8 p.m. at Faith Baptist
14-IN.X14-IN. Church. Her grandfather.
Highapeedforfast 17Tourlarge selec /
28.QUARTFOAM HIBACHI GRILL drying. Low speed REG. SIX 4C Elder A.E. Massey performedthe
4 ,
ICE CHEST for easy styling. 4 39c PAKS. ,jewelry. Reg 2.50 QI ceremony. Their
99 LIIetlmecest heat settings. U.L. f : attendants were his brother
iron. Adjustable listed. Reg. 16.99 Wayne,who served as his best
12 8 REG : 1:' drafts. Reg. 9.99 =210 LADIES man. and Miss Betty Harper.

.1 7sVinyl .... 1288 80 SHEET bridesmaid. Miss Melony
covered 11. KNEEHIGHHOSIERY Morris was the pianist. A
wire handles.IN. STENOPADS : wedding reception was held at
INSTANT : the home of Mr. and Mrs.
lUJ. PROCTOR-SILEX *T-620 Mr.and Mrs. Wayne Harperand
%- X 50-FT. orHOTPOT REGULAR 99c '/ son were Sunday dinner
GARDEN HOSE.I 4-cup brewmaster or 5- TOASTER 00 'A guests of their grandparents !
cup wide mouth hot pot. REG 3, FOR 1 Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevail.
. Both ceramic. Reg. 2.99 f ; 69c 77C 2 PAIR Other guests were their son-
99 REG. Automatic pop- PACK in-law and daughter Mr. and
1 .2 99 2-ply vinyl garden 199 YOUR CHOICE II 8'1 up.selector Color con Mrs. L.H. Harper on Sunday

hose..Green. color. trol. Reg. 11.991 J afternoon.Mrs. .
James Doughtery and
,. son Peter of Valdosta Ga.
spent the weekend with her
I .. rm parents Col. and Mrs.
William Wilson as she had an
I COLOR PRINTS, appointment with the Navy
? ARE All doctor for Peter.

CHI I He E@.MORE .1 !!=TpRETIYIT S SAME SIZE Mr.brother-in-law Raymore.Brother and Mrs.and Missouri and Floyd alster sister Tye-in-law and Mr.of,)

$ and Mrs. George Maskdis of

Wheatavlms................3"| 1 I attended Independence.the funeral Missouri of their

1 'Del / TWO STEP DeE '"VITAMIN E 60's Reg.$3 98 5 PRINTS- brother,John Tye on Tuesdayat

r : .i"j .." Theragards..............3" DeWitt Jones Chapel and
1 wse d.. REDUCING OIL I too'eReg.4.95 burial at Riverside Memorial

sag< : .__ PLAN time Concentrated moisturizing.skin oil.for I U.nightOrbit. ............................4"| .... THIS COU PON THRU Ff8. 12,1977 f,. Park..Jacksonville.Mrs. Wilma Wainwright. and
No Drugs No Stimulants r t I granddaughter Cathy Watersof !
Vitamin E In one fluid ounce. 250'S Reg. 95 .
No Calories To.Count Reg. 4.95' .. ., Jacksonville spent
No Crash Diet. oo-cRomplex C..7"i IJIIIIII'" Christmas week with her son
3.98 a 095 .
Reg. "
2 .rtr daughter-in-law Mr. and
0. 198 :. : eatacol..6."| PHOTO RI '" Mrs. Clyde Wainwright of
M265'S r Eaton Park and her parents
I a E I ij 200'i Reg.8 95 I SPECIAL; Mr.and Mrs.Jesse Starling of

._n-' I\. De"""" ) Vitamin B1 ..................1" | DIIU. Bartow.Mr..and. Mrs. R.W. Edwards
100 Mg. 100 S Reg.2.25 J
TIMED RELEASE PHOTO of Jacksonville were Sunday

oe.!)VITAMIN I C HISTA-C Vitamin B6 ..................3"SOMg.lOO's < jl r:': .... : t'- ALBUM dinner guests of their brother
:J ;. REG. and sister-in-law Mr, and

500 Reg.supply Mg.2.98 of Provide Vitamin continuous C. 50's fever watery Helpsrsllevecongestlonand headache.eyes. Helps Lessens reduce Vitamin Reg.B12 3.98'x................3" | .' n ,I.: ... .:. ,- '". !;,' $1.99 qq c, daughter-in-law Mrs.Mrs.Donald O.B. Wiggins Wilkison., along and with her

I..,...: ) 39 I 24 cough.CAPSULES 100 Meg. 100's Reg. 3.98 f:#;; 'i-.r.,,- ,.'.\..',...f ANy WITH FILM THIS IS CO PON HEN Michelle Wilkison., Deane Jerry and and Shirley Robert i

FOR Row, and Dottie Wilkison of
.,. "g'r| ./ Starke were Sunday dinner
-.., 'GOOD guests of their parents and
-- VITAMIN C : "'.' Dicalcium Phos P haie..1"! \I:; THRU FEB. 72. t977 N grandparents, Mr.. and Mrs.
( .' .I SYRUP" ,oosPeq.1.98 / B.L. Wilkison. Other guests
To fight Cold ;Infection'"" IrsaLaA 127 Reg. 1.69 Zinc Tablets ...:.........1"| + -.._ during their son-in-law the !afternoon and daughter were

-l26P I gm 100's R-.. 1.59DRUGS e Mr. and Mrs. R.W. Edwards
...-" of Jacksonville.
4. .. Mr. and Mrs. John C.: Tye.
i Jr. and family of Pensacola
25g250mgl50's Iljj o / i returned home Sunday
morning after spending a
week with their mother Mrs.

\\ ITAMINC1 1991."MOO'O.' : :jj I ml](DffiTIJ11( ( 0!) Qa399 I] !tJ.C.Tammy and Tye Talley,sister Sr. and, and Mr.brotherinlaw son.and Mn.-

Mrs. Joyce Futch of Black-

\ om.' 950/ 831 S. Walnut Starke, Fla. down shear,In Ga.Starke spent on business the .week for

Amway after spening Monday
night with her son and
daughter-in-law Mr.and Mrs.
I 1
Terry Jacksonville Futch Beach.and family of

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'fc.Lfc.UKAt'll; : January 13.1977

Sunshine Acres Program Aims 1 :

To Help Retarded Citizens

Gain Useful Role In Community I

I .
"We're in business!"
t'rl Vincent Ruby said jubilantly J
Monday morning as,Sunshine i
Acres, the "sheltered work. q
shop" operated here by the
-' Bradford Union Association
) I4 t id for Retarded Citizens, .4
received is first check for
contract work performed by
its clients.

1 C 1 a It was the culmination of an
rr a effort started more than two

years ago by a small group of
parents of retarded childrenand
other interested personsto
e help bring these people machinery, and a nest egg for Dirt piled In front Sunshine Acres building show approximate location of green house which
back into a useful, and future expansion. will be used In horticulture program for workshop clients.

partially self supporting role "We are exempt by 'law
in the community. from paying the minimum

What happened since that wage' Ruby said, "but we
will start paying our six
December 12, 1974 is a little on original clients an hourly rate
in February based on their
short of a miracle.
ability after a 60 day
As described by Ruby, evaluation period. They will
director of the workshop, be encouraged to save a partof
r housed in the newly renovated this, or put it in the cookie r t tr

o7tfe building formerly used by the Jar for a record player, CB


Pirt-itor Vincent Ruby is obviously pleased as secretary Debbie Miller shows first check reieKed .L'N r r sft

(In workshop contracts. At left is program coordinator Bob Trir lettl.

.... t .Wpf/* f jf

( iWH&r \ i

editorial r .... \E r' J m A

Vocational teacher Janice Brenner (upper right) supervises

New Form, nla Needed r- furniture refinishing activity in shop's main work" area. ] ..f.m J I Iwhere

ForPro pert Appraisal ,. : -" .%... ...

--... Lm
-..... 1 : who moved to Starke over two accommodate the number of you might best fit into
The Property Appraiser's office in At the time this seemed reasonable, and P'tlh years ago and has recently clients ultimately expected in the'pro ra m."

Bradford County, as well as many othersin there was no great dissention from this ". taken over operation of the the program. It is estimated
..... Singer Sewing Center on Call that there are 103 retarded
: Both Ruby and Milner are
the State, received a letter-from the decision. But with the coming of Street. persons in Bradford and

fX'partment of Revenue in December spiralling inflation during the 60's and '.; ; ..;" Union Counties at the present optimistic larger grant over in the getting new fiscal a
that assessments improved 70's, market value "We applied for a grant in time who would be
stating on no longer was synonymous and unsuccessful eligible to year starting July 1. now that
residential property in Bradford County with true value. It became an atlr d 1975 Milner says.were"But we re, enroll. the program is off the ground

do not reflect the "just value" of the property inflated value, representing only what a wrote our application, and in operation. "We are no
as required by Florida law. buyer, desperate for a home, was willingto Young worker intent on wood-burning a new sign for the Sun- broadening the proposed pro- "We need more community longer "a dream .. we're a
shine Acres office. interest and involvement, reality, is the way they put it.
and tried in
obligate himself for in order to have a gram again 1976Milner said. "Since
we areoperating
According to the letter, the Depart this time successfully
roof over his family's head. on a shoe string In the meanwhile, Sunshine
Moose Lodge on 301 radio, or something else
ment arrived at this conclusion by a cost North "The group, with the they've always wanted." Milner's goal is for BUARC budget at least until July 1, Acres has gone a long way to-
study of new home construction in this While inflated values might be fine for tremendous cooperation of the to have its own building, for volunteers are desperatelywhich ward "letting the sunshine in"

and other counties, and comparing sales the assessment of of in community, accomplished in Trifiletti, who has a he says grant money is needed. For anyone who has to the lives of some heretofore
figures on deeds recorded in the clerk's property people four months a job that would master's degree in psychologyand available"if someone will just the time to spare and would pretty hopeless individuals in
office with assessments in the the business of buying or selling homes, normally take two years." some five years experience give us a piece of suitable like to make a worthwhile Bradford and Union Countiesa -
appraiser's they are unrealistic as a basis for in the field of property.." State requirement contribution to this group that is now happilyand
office. assessing the property of a person who That job was getting a retardation at Sunland is for 60 square feet per client, community project, we would busily useful "instead of
1 simply lives !in his home, with no desireto v workshop program into actual Training Center and a so Milner estimates it would strongly urge you to call just sitting around the houseall
'1c The so-called "letters of defect" told sell operation by November' 15, residential program for .mentally take a building costing In thq Sunshine Acres, phona '964-, day, vegetating in front of
appraisers they Would have to comply or buy another one. But he is less Ulan two months after a retarded and neighborhood of $100,000 to 7699, and discuss with the staff' a TV set." "
stuck with the burden of the inflated grant for $34,000 was received
emotionally disturbed
with the law 1 "or else. Inasmuch
by July value while the state office of
deriving no benefit from the through females in Gainesville, says
as most of the state's 67 counties changing economic situation, and HRS (Health and Rehabilitative the aim of the workshop is todevelop UC Dimes March
have much the same problem, the appraisers Services). "It was less a "total program" for
having, retired, no increase in income. County Agents By 4
than half of the amount
are holding a meeting in Jack- its clients not only keeping
He is placed in untenable Set Jan.
an 2226The
positionthat but the determin-
applied for, '
sonville this weekend and are expectedto them busy with their hands, '" r
must be corrected if he is not to ation of the group, and the but to correct any problems of Notebook BobbyTaylor
make recommendations to the 1977
eventually lose his property local contributions of materialand social adjustment they might annual Mothers March
Legislature for some changes in a system labor made up for the have, and make them feel a .... ft* against Lirth defects
that is threatening to make taxeson According to "Tax Views:" "Many shortage of funds," Ruby said. part of community life, rather Phone 964-6354 -_.diiIiI:: sponsored by the March of

residential property so high that northern states have driven industry to than a feeling of frustrationand Dimes will be held in Union
Ten clients, ranging age
many elderly persons on fixed incomes the South through exhorbitant taxes. from 17 to 49, currently makeup uselessness."I Even though it is wet and that the space may be prepared County January 2226.

.' may; lose their homes.In Some of the northern officials who masterminded the workshop's labor force, feel that we have a good cold, it is not too early to be easily for later Volunteers will be going

and enforced unfair tax lawsin but Ruby and his assistant, group here," Tnfiletti says, making plans and starting plantings. If space permits door to door during that weekto
commenting on the critical other states have found their way to Bob Tnfiletti, hope to increase "who are capable of maintaining your vegetable garden. Your plant enough of each ask for support in the
this to at least 30 by levels." plans should include selectinga vegetable for freezing Union
situation, the current issue of "Tax good work program. County
Florida and from the
are now operating when the site, deciding what and wellas chairman
mid February canning storing as Mrs. Hilda Mallard
Views in The News, monthly publication Department of Revenue. A disservicehas horticulture agriculture Ruby is a native of upstate vegetables you will grow, and for fresh use. Allow ample said more than 200.000 infantsare

of the Appraisers Association of been done to the people of Florida by phase of the program gets New York, who chose Floridafor planning or making a garden space between rows for con born each year with birth
Florida observes that although much has not attracting experienced appraisal under way. Work is scheduledto a home after almost 20 design.In venient cultivation, depending defects that are either
been said of 'home rule' since revision of personnel in Florida law be completed within two years in the Air Force, where planning the home upon the type of tool to be physical or mental.
the State Constitution in 1968. it would weeks on a portable green he was wounded, resulting in a garden, many factors shouldbe used. Don't plant too much of March of Dimes figures
appear that on issues and matters which practices, and customs. house to be constructed at the disability discharge. With considered so as to insure anyone crop at one time. show that the United States
north end of the building in electronics at a maximum from
have the greatest effect on our personal With a change in the legislative "Portable it experience production Make succession plantings infant deb'h rate is higher
so we can move GE plant, he later worked at land available.
freedom, 'Tallahassee rule' now has leadership in Tallahassee, The Appraisers if we ever get our own Kennedy Space Center until every 10 to 14 days of radishes than that of 17 other countries,
Grow the that and annually in this
are beans country
crops snap sweet corn and
more of a stranglehold on local Association sees some hope for building, Ruby explains. their mission was liked by your family. This list other crops to provide fresh 53,000 infants die before they

government and Florida taxpayers than corrective measures that will undoubtedly Presently the workshop has accomplished with placementof then may be limited by the size of vegetables over a long period. reach their first birthday.
ever before" be submitted to the 1977 Leg two annual contracts, totaling a man on the moon. He the garden and by the crops A similar effect will result
Gainesville intendingto The of
came to March Dimes is
islature for a change to a more prag-- $5,300; one with the DuPont specialize in cardio that are likely to be successfulin from planting at the same dedicated to doing something
Some 20 the Florida matic of Company for 4,500 varied our area. For example, time two or more varieties
years ago set guidelines dealing with property vascular medicine, traininghe and rhubarb about these figures and is
Supreme Court interpreted the phrase appraisal and a return of some disoretionary wood items per month, could not complete becauseof seldom asparagus produce acceptable with different maturity dates. working toward a day when

"just value," as used in our Constitutionto powers to the localappraiser's including wedges, wooden his physical disability. On a yields in Florida. The Through careful planningand all youngsters can be born
lathes and stakes and
pegs, ; visit to Sunland Training free from the threat of birth
be with "market value. nutritive value of the
synonymous office where it belongs. another from Clay Electric interestedin companion cropping production
Center he became defects, said Mrs. Mallard.
for vegetables should also be con from the small garden
Cooperative 1,200 survey the challenge offered by
stakes per month. It was a mental retardation and optedfor sidered. may be greatly increased. During the Mothers March

I [ Sunshine; Acres Offers (Hop Clay Electric check that dispelled a career in that field. Before planting a plan of Provided fertilized the and soil is properly envelopes will be left at the
water is homes of not contactedor
any "Monday morning Graduating with honors from the ga rden should be preparedon
blues" that Ruby might have the University of Florida in paper, showing the locationof available, frequently two or support can be given by
had this week.In 1975. he applied for the job as each crop the amount to be three vegetables may be contacting Mrs. Mallard 496-
Passing by the bright yellow building produces in its workshop, with a portionof director of the newly planted on each date, crops to grown instance in the same that area mature; for 2911 I

just north of Starke on U.S. 301, one receipts going to those who producedthe addition to this, the groupis organized BUARC, and follow earlier ones, and quickly crops can be planted : ,::".."..."."..."..".".."..'..,: ,.::"...,..,"."..',.:.,.,.,:-o"O'.,. .... ......".";'
articles with their hands doing piece work in antique started to work with this crops that are to
would never suspect that inside the unprepossessing own furniture be panted in the between the rows or in the }
and same area.
hands that would otherwise be group last fall. rows with that .|i \'IiTFH.IS'AFFAIRSct : :
structure a program is in unem- refinishing for an antique shopin crops occupythe :::
operation making useful citizens out of a ployable in private industry. The Waldo. In addition to Ruby and When making your garden space for a relatively long i| by \\'lIIians S.lIan :

retarded group that otherwise had no success symbolized by that check is easyto Trifiletti. the present workshop plan, the following period. Lettuce and cabbageare ::;: ('ounty"eterans i?
often set in the
"This is about all the wood suggestions be helpful: alternately ::
may Officer
of ;
staff consists a
hope of leading useful, productive lives. imagine. It meant a milestone in the work we can handle with our teacher Janice Arrange crops that are to be row, with radishes planted tr:
history of "Sunshine Acres" where the present force," Ruby vocational planted first along one side of between the rows. The
)How this operation came into being is first client was received only last explained, "since we want to Brenner, who has education a the garden. Place long radishes and lettuce are out of Veterans who need financial

told in a story on this page which, hope- November.The branch out in other fields to degree one aide in, special Linda Chandler;, season crops such as straw- the way before the cabbage help to continue full time

fully, will be read by many in the Brad- offer a diversified program. associate of arts degree; and berries to one side of the needs the space. schooling under the GI Bill,
ford Union County area, for it is their secretary Debbie Miller. garden so they will not inter To diseases may be eligible for increased
great need now is for more community Since Sunshine Acres is a fere with the preparation of prevent that benefits payment under the
help that is needed to enable "Sunshine live
interest, more involvement, and non profit operation, 60 per President of BUARC, who is the garden each season. Plant may over from the Veterans Administration
Acres as the sheltered workshop is cent of receipts from these for tall growing crops on the previous season, practice crop "Workstudy Program."
more actual volunteer service. The first much of the credit
Killed, reach the full potential of its service contracts will be paid to the determinationand north side of the garden so rotation. That is, do not grow
to the community. year grant was less than half of the clients in the form of hourly persistent leadership in getting the they will not shade other the same vegetable in or near Eligible veterans may earnas
amount applied for and leaves little for the same location more often much
wages based on their ability to project off the ground, is plants. as $625 a semester,
To one who has never been involved in employment of staff which must be enlarged produce, and the other 40 per Robert W. (Bob) Milner, a than once every three years. by working a maximum of 250
Since members of
such it is if the is cent will be used for raw Group of similar some plant hours for the VA under this
an acitivity, impossible to workshop to serve the U.S. postal service employeeof crops families are subject to
realize the "blood, sweat, and tears" that more than 100 clients in Bradford and materials, repairs to the Jacksonville post office maturation dates together so the same diseases, rotation manyof program.In

must have gone into the effort before it Union Counties who would be eligible to ._ -- should be by families as wellas the VA "Workstudy

became the viable "going concern" benefit from its program. by individual crops. Move Program" selected veterans
VIORID members of the cabbage enrolled In schools under VA
which it now is. The fact that it is reach '

ing, at the present time, only a small Somewhere in Bradford and Union 0 family cauliflower and broccoli the cucumber- collard. education.. time jobs programs in the agency.hold part

portion of those who could benefit by its Counties there must be people who have miliijii1pt melon. squash family to partsof

services is attributed to lack of information the time, the energy, and the inclinationto 1Jt soul the garden where no other Some veterans in this

on the part of the general public, be of service to those who need it. If o oyl4P members of the same family other program lamer will servicemen be assisting
rather than indifference to the possi- anyone ever needed it, those (estimated) 'a1e BOB" G. FERGUSON-JOHN M. MILLER Crop rotation grown and past seed season.treat- members of the VA

bilities of the project.It 103 retarded citizens in the area who can ?'I,0" Publishers ment control many diseases. "Outreach" Program, which -

be made supporting, to a degree, Published each Thursday and entered as second Class Matter at the Post Office M !btarkj. Ra. under Is designed to acquaint I
was a genuine thrill this week to than veterans with various GI Bill
rather supine daytime TV watchers Actof March 3. 1879. jUg Qr'Ca r--' \4JIIlJl
members of the staff when "Sunshine need that help. Subscription rate in trade area: $7 per year: Will(months. benefits. ;

Acres" received its first check on two Outside trade area: $8 per year: 14.50 six months. The number of
Starke, Ra.I People once believed that the participants / 1
Phone 966305
contracts it has with area industries for The number to call is 964.7699 ... if it production! of small wood items which it you're interested. protect them from plague. from 13,500 In fiscal year 1974
to 47,680 in fiscal year, 1976. I



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January 13. 1177 TELEGRAPH Page

Justice Suggests Forming Local Economic Development DistrictSaying

this 'area has not Justice said the majority of The county had filed four chance of receiving grants persons In the project area, larger metropolitan areas persons, compared to 413 In Fuqua said last week a bill j
been getting its fair share of the money awarded elsewherein applications for these grants, when in fact they did not. the relation of labor cost to such as Dade County."Dade Bradford County. has been Introduced in '
federal grant money Charles Florida has gone to areas which are designed to funnel Another Congressman, Bill the total cost, the level of per has some 70,000 unemployed Chappell explained that if a Congress that would allocate
Justice of the North Central with economic development money into areas having high Chappell D Ocala, of the capita income, and if the pro- county had five percent of the another $4 billion for the program
Florida Regional Planning districts, in which local unemployment rates, but all Fourth District, said ject was related to an existing state unemployed, under and that if the bill Is j
Council told Bradford County governments coordinate plans were rejected. The communities had been told plan or program. 3 RMC Inmates EDA ciiteria it could receiveno passed, Florida could receiveup ,
Commissioners Monday that for projects. applications included plansfor their unemployment rate was The reasons small > more than five percent of to $272 million for con
perhaps they should consider Before forming the district, a $1.2 million new jail, the main criteria for awardingof communities in north Florida Still At LargePrison money allocated to Florida, struction projects. I
forming an economic development the NCFRPC would have to $468,000 in road improve- the grants, when it was lost out, Justice said were regardless of the unemployment "I continue to be concernedat
district. change its organizational ments, a $184,000 mental actually only one of several that the actual number of authorities at the rate in the area itself or the manner in which this
Justice said that out of $425 structure to provide for more health building and an $800,000 criteria, which included the unemployed persons was sucha Reception and Medical Centerin the need for the project. program has been handled so
million in federal grants minority representation on addition to Bradford County number of unemployed small one in comparison to Lake Butler have not had Three fourths of grants and intend to do something
allocated to the southeast the 27-member council, Hospital. word the three inmates announced in the program about the very serious
region of the United States in Justice said. There has been much any
Minority went to counties south of problems that have arisen,
the past 10 years, only three membership could be rotated criticism of the publishing of a Musical Entitled "Long Distance Love" 6. escaped Sunday January Orlando, which is where mostof and I intend to get some
percent has gone to Florida, among cities and counties on "finalists"for awarding of Florida's population is. answers as to why many I I','
which has 25 percent of thearea's the council, he added. the grants, which the Presented at First Christian Church Alachua County received$54.4 communities and their '.
population.And Justice said success at Economic DevelopmentAdministration Superintendent James million and Dixie County officials were misled when I'
most of the receiving federal grant money (a branch of Michael Godwin said Tuesday they (Cross City) received$660,000in making their applications,"
cent that has gone to Flora, has been good in areas with the U.S. Department of "Long Distance Love, a Soucie Duffy, Susie Sans have not had any news about grant money. Fuqua said.
he said, has gone to Dade economic development Commerce) published just musical performance was Scott Waller, Mike the trio who made their I.
County, which has been districts, notably in western before Christmas.. presented by the New Sarah Haws, Linda Heppner and escape by cutting through a
coping with a huge Cuban Florida. Congressman Don Fuqua Covenant Players of Lincoln Johnson. Andrea fence between the towers. Gospel Group Meets Jan. 21 I .
influx, and Brevard "Perhaps this would help in said it had "turned into a Christian College, Lincoln Illinois accompanied the
which has been the Countyi the grant applications," he political program that smacksof on January 6 at the First group on piano, lighting was
The John Charles. .
Canaveral Christian Church on West Call done by Carol Tinman. Their STARKE. The public is share his testimony as the Invited
Cape and of the said. "I know have had a favoritism, and that
U.S. Street, Starke. Members of co-sponsor is Gary L. Shull. Baum, 35, serving a life invited to attend the monthly speaker for the evening.
space project for many of setbacks with thesepubic communities had been led to sentence for plus 15 I
The Reservations for dinner
the group are Jeannie congregation and dinner meeting of the Starke are
years. works grants. believe they had a goodNew
guests years; Richard Lee Williams, necessary. Call the J
Gillespie, Steve McPherson, thoroughly enjoyed the Chapter of Full Gospel "Morning
Tim Cooley Gayla Jackson performance. 34, serving a life sentence for Business Men's Fellowship Sun'.lIealth Food Store at 964- f
murder and Paul Samuel
International at 6:30 8976 or Ed Longnecker In Key-
Peterson 36,serving a 18 year January 21 in the Pecan Roomof stone Heights at 473-2702 by I
S URSER"V"ZCES sentence for robbery were all the Garden Restaurant.Dr. 12:00: noon Friday, January 21
from the Dade County area. for reservations. The Charter
W. Douglas Fowler Jr.
Rain on the night of the and InternationalDirector presentation and ministry I
escape hampered a search of surgeon portion of the
meeting startsat
BAPTIST CHURCH GOD the area by dogs said prison present the Chapter'sCharter. 7:45: p.m. and no reservations
Rev.Charles SWlrtz'l'hursday..Visitatlon "the happy church" authorities. Dr. Fowler will also are necessary for that.

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10 Hwy. 16 at Weldon St. ------ -- ----- ------
-- - --- -- --- --
JJ a.m., 2 p.m., 7 p.m.SundaySunday. Starke
9:45: a.m. Morning Worshipand Sunday School 10 a.m. Diane's Beauty Shop
p. r Children's Worship, 11 Morning .Worship 11
.f a.m. Church Training, 6:15: a.m.
4 f, t p.m. Evening Worship, 7:30. Eve. Worship WEDNESDAY- 7 p.m.: ,,, I ,rt -

5h Youth meeting 7 p.m. I
4K Bible Study 7 p.m. Tcj
GRAIIAM BAPTISTRev. Pastor Robert Harden
James Starling Welcome and all! \

SUNDAY: Sunday School,
10 a.m.; Morning Worship, 11 FIRST CHRISTIAN oD
a.m.;' Training Union, 6 p.m.; CHURCH >
IP l Evening Worship, 7 p.m. Jim Love.Minister U
.M WEDNESDAY: Mid-Week Sunday: Sunday school, 9:45
Prayer Service 7:30: p.m. a.IImorning; service, 10:45: C
t a.m.; youth group, 6 p.m.;
evening worship,7 p.m.; choir j ES
ST.MARK'S CHURCH practice, 8 p.m.Wednesday .
III a .\ Rev.John Flynn night: Bible
study, 8 p.m.FIRST. Jim Morgan
SUNDAY: Holy Eucharist, Unda Qrlggs stun* emat taeotm
Master I
.. : ; Church School, 9:45: NONIAI'-WUNISIAY Cosmetologist
8:30a.m.i.; y Eucharist, 11 a.m. UNITED From Ft. Lauderdale

n p4 l I Choir Senior Practice Choir Practice, 6:30: ,p.m.7:30: ; School SUNDAY; 11: a.m.9:45: Morning Church Diane's Brings You The Latest TechniquesIn I

rjbf. > p.m. Worship with nursery provided
; Hair Styling. Introducing To Bradford


Ur.Jack Hand, minister Sunday Services: Sunday And Others-
Sunday,Sunday school, 9:30: School, 10 a.m., Morning
a.m.; morning worship, 11 Worship and Services for the Plus Diane's Offers Styling For Men
Deaf, 11 a.m.,Training Union,
Shade a.m.Thursday, choir practice, 6:30
s. I Trees : p.m., Evening Worship,
\ Vi 730; p.m. 7:30 p.m. Member of Jessie & Flo Briggs International Hair Cutting Club
..... Wednesday Services: Mid-
-....;. ,-'1 .I. ." ,. .iiWsek, Prayer( Service. and .. ,,G .
I.. ." Pecan ..Bible Study, 7:30 p.m., Choir Ii 1Jt.1S'i1\I.S.t .. Now
Trees Offering
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Z v. ChurchRev. Elder BAPTIST T.C.Williams CHURCH fl"\ fo.\1\t.\ Juliette Marglen

Ben Bryant
MethodDiane's t
Hasp "On the search fora ,
i SUNDAY: Sunday School, friendly church?"
9:45: a.m.; Morning Worship,
11 a.m.; Church Training, 6:15: Welcome to Smyrna

A p.m.; Evening Worship, 7:30 Sunday School, 10 a.m.,

p.m.WEDNESDAY Worship Service, 11 a.m..
: Family B.T.S., 5:45: p.m., Evening Beauty Shop
A\ r night supper 6:15: p.m.; Worship, 7 p.m.
Sunday School Worker'smeeting All visitors are warmly
G.A.'s, R.A.'s, welcomed. We preach the 138 N. Walnut
L r e Acteens, World Friends, and death, burial, and
Mission Friends, 'Hour of resurrection of the Lord Jesus Starke Fla. 964-8502
Power"7:30: p.m.; Adult choir Christ. Come join us on the
i 8:15: p.m. Lord's Day.


Revival services will be
.. held at the First Assembly of
God,Raiford road and Weldon
St. on January 14, 15, 16 at 7 _
d _,. p.m. each night.
The services will feature
Ronnie Colms, evangelist,

and formerly The-Windy Messengers Johnson of To T- Make life richer.
Tc3rI&F'Woac Jacksonville. .
: ( (! !ooQ ( Pastor Robert Harden extends .

'' ...f! j .,"" -it a welcome to all. ., .

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continue your education, or to buy that new home you've been dreamingabout.
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THE AMAZING just knowing it's there and helps you "expect" the unexpected.
Ready when you have to have it. All pretty good reasons for a
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:; News Ilone E cono micsAgent,
QUESTION; ANSWER: phone 064-1 6554
I Will large. quantities of The models referred to as It is not wise to eliminatethe
Dell Chapter lab O.E.S. by Elizabeth Given Walker Vitamin C pills or cotrus energy savers have a feature the same thing by manually drying cycle in any
juices prevent the common that automatically eliminatesthe eliminating the drying cycle. machine if someone in your
Dell Chapter 168 will hold its pm., young adult choir rehearsal Sunday"pastorfal day, cold? (Mrs. G.N.) drying cycle. Because a When the washing and rinsing home has a cold or infectious
regular meeting Thursday Tuesday young choir Sunday school 9:30: a.m., ANSWER: heating element dries the cycles are complete, turn the disease. The heat from the
night at 8 p.m. All membersare rehearsal, 7:30: p.m., morning worship 11 a.m. Much debate surrounds this dishes the drying cycle uses control to the off position and element along with the
asked to please be presentfor Wednesday 7:30 p.m. prayer Dinner will be served at 12:30: question according to the more energy than the actual open the door slightly to allow drying hot water and detergent
this very important meeting Thursday Bible evening worship 6 p.m. Nutrition Specialist, Florida washing and drying. If your the steam to escape. The heat sanitizes the dishes and helps
meeting,we must make plansfor study, 7:30: p.m. Sunday Ebenezer Baptist Church. Cooperative Extension.A per- dishwasher doesn't have this built-up in the dishwasher will the spread of germs.
the new year. School 10 a.m. Lovefeast 3 Rev. L.R. Davis, pastor. son in good health is less apt to feature, you can accomplish dry the dishes. prevent
p.m. Mt. Moriah, Tuesday Tuesday night Bible study get a cold. Your physical well-
CHURCH NEWSSt. prayer meeting 7:30: p.m., with sister Mamie Turner in being does depend on your
Wednesday choir rehearsal charge. Thursday 7:3.8:30p.m. : ( : r kDEAN t '"! body being well-nourished. A
John Missionary Baptist 7:30: p.m. Sunday school 9:30: prayer meeting. ., severely malnourished person
Church weekly services, morning worship, Methodist Business meeting Saturday 7 has less ability to fight In-
Monday 12 noon prayer band Women will meet at 3 p.m. p.m., all members are askedto fection than one who eats a
meeting, Wednesday Bible First Born Church Elder be present. Sunday school well-balanced diet regularlyand
class and prayer meeting, 5 S.V. Cohens, pastor. Tuesday 10 a.m., morning worship 11 ....... gets plenty of rest. Duringan
p.m. Services are held each prayer service 7:45 p.m., a.m., evening worship 4 p.m. illness liquid nourishmentand haw to teach
second and fourth Sundays, U Friday tarrying service 7:45: New Bethel Baptist Church EARNS PLACEON a high consumption of
a.m.and 3 p.m. Sunday School p.m. Sunday school 10:30: Rev. L.R. Davis, pastor. 50 MILE CLUB liquids is highly re- ,
10 a.m. each Sunday. a.m., 11:30: a.m. Home Wednesday 7 p.m.,Thursday 5 John E. Dean son of Mr. commended. Citrus fruits and child: to "
The ministers and Deacon mission 6 p.m. YPCW and-or p.m. the Deacons and and Mrs. James Henry Deanof their juices are almost always your "
Union will be held at St. John exchange service with Deaconesses will meet. 819 North Street Starke, suitable. Besides providing
January 2830. You are invitedto Gainesville church. Sunday school 10 a.m. received the Run For Your nutrients. It's a pleasant wayto .
attend. Rev. Willie Mt Pisgah A.M.E. Church, concludes the services. Life Award from the 50 Mile drink the large amounts of
Huffman, pastor. Rev. Leroy Young, pastor. FreeCaanon True Church of Club on November 18, while fluids your doctor often the
The Bradford County Choir rehearsal Wednesday 7 God Elder Sampson White, stationed at Ft.. Benning, suggests. Medical science has use phone
branch NAACP will sponsor a p.m. Sunday school 10 a.m., pastor. Tuesday prayer Georgia. not as yet found the cause nor
program in honor of one of our morning worship 11 a.m. meeting 7:30: p.m., He is a 1976 graduate of the cure for the common cold.
great leaders' birthday, Dr. Greater Bethlehem Wednesday tarrying service, Bradford County High School Much research is being done
Martin Luther King, Jr., Freewill Baptist Church,Rev. Friday night Bible study, and Is presently stationed in in the study of vitamin C and in
Friday night January 14 at Jasper Williams pastor. Sunday school 10 a.m., Englangen, Germany.If the cold, but results are not on emergency:
Ebenezer Baptist Church 8 Service activities as follows: morning worship 11 a.m., conclusive.
p.m. All interested citizens Monday night Tiny Tots and evening worship 7 p.m.
and members are invited to Ushers Board No. 2 meets Greater Allen A.M.E QUESTION:
attend. 7:30: Tuesday night prayer Church, Rev. R.G. Heastie, Several dishwashers on the Telephone employees like John Birchen,
God's Miracle Deliverance meeting. Wednesday night pastor. Tuesday night prayer market are called "energy
Church Elder Singleton, Senior Choir rehearsal meeting and class meeting, savers."Could tell me the real Installer, remind you to be ready if an
pastor.Sunday school 10 a.m., Thursday night story hour at Sunday school 10 am., you are a heavy user of difference between these and
morning worship 11 a.m., the Church Friday night morning worship 11 a.m., cold cuts, it pays to slice your other dishwashers? (Mrs. emergency happens. Teach your children
evening worship 7::30. Monday Junior Choir _rehearsal_n______. evening worship 5 p.m. own. It's cheaper that way. H.T.)
prayer band meeting, how to ,use the phone...write down police,

Thursday prayer meeting BS fire, doctor and other emergency numbers in
7:30: HYPU 5:30: Sunday. Ra ford News MAYBEe431.DO:
Pleasant Grove and Mt. the front of your directory..post them by each
Marian United Church Parish, Friends of Mrs. Terry Mrs. Mary Freeman and Thornton. Approximately 75 Starke Saturday night were
Rev. Willie Stitt. pastor. Shirley will regret to learn Mrs. Treva Newmans were guests attended to wish her a Mr. and Mrs. Julian Dobbs phone In your home. And, remember, even
Service activities as follows: that she is ill in Union General business visitors in Lake happy birthday and enjoy the and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Pleasant Grove every first Hospital. We pray she is soon Butler Thursday.Mr. dinner and fellowship. Some Morris Dobbs and Monette pre-schoolers can be taught to pick up the
and second Monday, 7:30: well and able to come home. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs came from Valdosta, Mr. and Mrs. Drew Sweat, "
phone and dial Your child is
were business visitors in Lady Georgia; Jacksonville Green Mrs. Kathryn Alvarez, "Operator.
Lake Thursday. Cove Springs Macclenny Michael Dobbs and son Larry, never alone if trouble does strike. Operatorsonly
a ,_4 i..F', Mrs. Earl Dobbs and Mrs. Starke, Lake Butler and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs
'lwnr' Mary Freeman were business Raiford. Happy birthday to Mrs. Alice Cason and Mrs. a fingertip away are ready to help in
visitors in Lake City Friday you Mrs. Thornton. Ruby Dobbs.
While there they visited Mr. Mr and Mrs Wayne Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs most any emergency.
v and Mrs. Fred Jones and Mrs. Williams are happy to were Sunday luncheon guestsof
Alzy Thomas. announce the birth of a baby their children Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs daughter born Saturday Bud demons and family in
had as luncheon guest Friday January 8 at Shands Hospital Heilbronn Springs.
Oad Dobbs. in Gainesville. The little girl Miss Cathy O'Guin and ('.T:;Continental Telephone _--;:- __- .=::.
Mrs. Mary Freeman had as weighed 6 Ibs. 14 ozs. and Larry Dobbs were Sunday Keeping You in Touch /' [ ?' _
Chicken Sunday afternoon guest her hasn't been named yet. Mrs. luncheon guests of Mischelleand for a Better Tomorrow / : =:
Liquid brother Gordon Jones and Williams will be rememberedas Jeffrey Clemons in =
wife of Sanderson. Mrs. Treva the former Margaret Heilbronn Springs Sunday.Mr. An Equal Opportunity Employer i i -
Lee Newman and children of Anderson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Marton If!,,;\,.l
FertilizerDelivered Starke, Mrs. Rudy Dobbs, and Mrs. Bobby Anderson. were entertained with a birth- )
Mrs. Earl Dobbs and Mrs. Earl Dobbs visited Mr. and day dinner at the home of Mr. :
Gerald Griffis. Mrs. Arlie Dobbs in Lawtey and Mrs. Bobby Marton in i.
& Spread For You Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Wednesday. Lake Butler Saturday night.
McKenny left Friday for their Friends of Mrs. Mary Mr. and Mrs. Steve Newsomof
new home in Georgia.We wish Freeman will regret to learn Lake City attended also.
$100erTon 468-1985 them a lot of happiness in that she entered Lake Shore Friends of Mrs. Irma
their new home. Hospital in Lake City Monday (Thornton) Walters, daughterof
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
6 Tons To The Truck Thornton entertained Sunday Some of those from Raiford Thornton will regret to learn
with a birthday dinner for his attending the wedding of Miss that she is entering Shands
W.A. Prevatt Hampton, Fla. TI mother Mrs. Lizzie G. Pam Dobbs to Jay Parrish ineaasaaa Teaching Hospital in
I Gainesville Tuesday and willI
- - have surgery Thursday. They
rI I I ask that everyone remember --1E:: _
her in their prayers.. ... -' --

'iI'iI I I Jacksonville Mrs. Annie Ruth visited Shirley her of

I children Mr. and Mrs. Benny
Shirley and mother Mrs. Ruby

I I II I Dobbs Mrs.here Ruby Friday Dobbs night.visited t- -

I I II I Terry her General granddaughter Shirley Hospital in Sunday Union Mrs.

I I afternoon.Miss Jan Norman leaves
this week to resume her
I AillaxpayersOfBradfordCounty I II studies in Lakeland after

I spending mother Mrs.the holidays Joyce with Norman her

I I II I and sons.

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Prize winners were announced will be used to build a hard- A Handbook for Volunteershas
last Friday in the surfaced ball court.
developed by a
Salad Set Project. Jennifer groupof ,Mr '
I AdministratorUnion
Southwide teachers and will UGH
Brown, first grader, won the Mrs. Register's fifth gradeis be used in an orientation
'TV !set' for turning In the
most of the
very proud being meeting for volunteers within
money. winners of the Post Box Top the next few weeks. Forms General Hospital December were $57,641 and
The three
top sellers in contest for the total ER-OutpaUent charges
month of De- were sent last week requesting Trustees approved Tuesdaythe
grades K-2 were Cassie Autry, cember. The class will be parents to volunteerto selection of Tom Parish as for' those two months were
first grade; Kim Aberthal, treated at McDonald's.The $11,660. The hospital has re-
second work in some phase of the dY 4 administrator of the hospital.
grade and Lucille
; school program. Parish will replace Eugene cently passed a Medicare-
Hollis, second grade. They Library is displaying a r Hardval, who has been actingas Medicaid inspection that will
had their choice of a stuffed set of color poster- interim administratorsince allow the 25 bed hospital to
,bear, radio or rod and reel. photographs, a series entitled Health America, Inc. collect$85,000 Medicare funds
Winners in Teachers were very busy on "
grades 3-6 were Environmentally Aware. This that are long overdue.
awarded bid to
was a
Tony Davis, fourth grade; series is on loan to the library January 2, Planning Day, the hospital several Hardval said the operatingcosts
Lavance 'Gay, sixth grade from the getting ready for the New purchase
; State Department of months on a monthly averagefor
and Gary Tyson, fifth grade, Transportation, and through Year and participating in in- ago.Parish, 30, currently the the months of Novemberand
service activities. These included
who had a choice of tennis pictures shows how in the con-' administrator of the 140-bed December were. just
How to Work Witu
racket, camera or calculator. struction and maintenance of General below $40,000. Presently the
University Hospitalin
Seventy-five students sold roads and highways, all ef Volunteers and a Right to Seminole County, attendedthe hospital owes $70,000' to
their quota of four kits which forts are made to prevent Read Seminar. University of Washington, vendors with a portion ofthat,
entitled to their choice of pollution of nearby lakes and and has been in hospital amount 90 days past due.
a YoYo or Frisbee. There has streams or erosion of land. management for nine Hardval said the next several
been a good response in the Y He will take over the duties of weeks would be critical to the
community and the school This is Winnle-the-Pooh's Kindergarten and First administrator later in hospital until the Medicare
wishes to thank the PTA and 50th anniversary! The library Grade teachers are beginning ...", January. Hardval will remain funds begin to arrive some-
all parents for their cooperation is celebrating it in the library to use a revised Math several weeks to help in the time after January 20. '
especially Mrs. with a display of pictures of Assessment Program with transition. Praising the employees for
Harold Epps who spent hoursof A.A. Milne's characters, his their students. Teachers at Tom Greene, Health the "tremendous amount of
her time working with this other grade levels will also be effort they have put forth
books America official, told board
,even a big stuffed Pooh
involved in this
program as M
project. money earned Bear! adto members the purchase agree- during the critical time of
the materials are received. "
? Hardval said it
ment for the hospital has not
Henry Block has been completed. Health had been a pleasure to work at
Starke Elementary America is currently waitingfor Union General Hospital. I
17 reasons why L..a a final purchase price
should +f from HEW and a certificate of Lil ChumpBurglar
you SCHOOLNEWS WEDNESDAY: Meat loaf The Agitator tries out his new CB radio outfit as three of the "installers" look on- from left need to be approved by the
to us for incometax with tomato sauce, buttered Wild Bill Short Circuit, and Blue Devil North Central Florida Health ArrestedQuick
Gary Carter won first place whole potatoes, turnip greens, Planning Council.
help. for District IV Run, Dribble, fruit cup, cornbread, milk. Greene said if the purchase response to a shop-
Shoot in Special Olympics for THURSDAY: Roast beef, TheAlitator: Back Action was not completed for' some lifting in progress call at the
Lil Champ Food Store' on
1976. In his brown gravy, mashed reason Parish could remainas
age group
Division I, he was the best potatoes, sting beans. How can you be immobileand Devil... the list is endless. breakfast at the Branding the administrator if it was early North Temple hours Avenue in the
morning Tuesday
overall in the Basketball meet coconut cake, roll, milk. mobile at the same time? "You've got a lot of Iron, but the 70 year old agreeable to board members. resulted in the arrest of a local
held in the Middle School FRIDAY: Pizza, tossed With a CB radio, of course. friends," Orie was told Starke personality, a retired Until final sale Health man on petit larceny chargesby
salad, juice, potato America of Louisville will
gymnasium. orange Orie Wiggins is home minusone repeatedly Saturday morningas city councilman, says he'll be Starke
&:..... 'I .::, chips, cookie, milk. continue to pay the salary of
Congratulations to Mrs. Ad- leg,but he can get In touch some dozen CB'ers back in circulation before too Vincent Hatch,32,of Starke,
kinson's fifth grade class for with many of his friends now descended on the Wiggins long. He took a big step an administrator under the was apprehended .. I
Reason 2. Al H&R Block our winning the fifth grade trophy Man ArrestedBradford just by picking up his micro- home on South Thompsonstreet Saturday. agreement to manage the
pries is bawd!, on the for intramural football. phone and hollering to install the $300 outfitin hospital in the interim.of the Alvarez Asks... 1

comploxily, your return "Breaker, Breaker,give me a his office.It Aluminum Can sale.Board
The simplui the return the SCHOOL MENU County Sheriff's Break!Since theCB unit was all started last Monday members were (From Page 1))
charge January 17-21 deputies have nabbed a whis installed about advised by Hardval of the
Saturday by a night when Short Circuit got Pick-Up Day Set
key and cigarette thief who dozen of his friends, either by on the air with the idea, first present financial picture for unable to pay their taxes,"
H&R BLOCKTHE MONDAY: : Hot dog on bun, broke into the Moose Lodge on name or CB handle,Orie (The suggested by Mrs. Patsy Sil- the hospital. Hardval added Alvarez said.,
baked beans french fries, US 301 north some time Agitator) has been burning up cox, to get One circulating ByPack513 once the cash flow was In the letter of defect ad-

INCOME TAX PEOPLE banana pudding, milk. Monday night. the airwaves with the Big L, again with a CB radio. It was Cub Scout Den 513 has hike regulated things would go dressed to former appraiserGene
118 N Walnut TUESDAY' : White beans' John J. Matthews, 37, of Bluebird, Bald Eagle, Wild late Monday night, after 11 set for Saturday, a 15 more smoothly. Long just two weeks
964-8286 with ham, buttered rice, Starke was arrested Tuesdayand Bill and Georgia Girl p.m.,when the news got on the to pick aluminum January Hospital .collections for before he left office, DOR said
OPEN 96 MON.SAT cabbage slaw, apple. pie, biscuit charged with burglary Yakkidy Yak, the Cow Town air but the idea took off. By with a pack up lunch to follow cans at, November and Decemberwere the "defect" was determinedfrom
milk. and'grand larceny. Gator, Happy Leo, and Blue Tuesday night the money was the park on Cherry Street. $23,892. Hardval, in his examining records of
report, said total Inpatient
raised, but word has spreadfar improved residential parcelsthat
scout will bring his
beyond the local GatorlandCB own lunch.The boys will meetat charges for November and. sold during 1975, plus a
Club. Local CB'ers pickedit cost study of new homes con-
their den leaders'
up and even some who homes at Casey.... structed in Bradford County..
9:30 .
: a.m. morning.The
'rGILv haven't the CB It recommended the fol
yet caught next pack meeting will (from Page 1))
fever got the word. be lowing corrective action-:: i
Thursday, January 20, at
American Family Sound Southside Elementary cafeteria nominations, it would have to "Determine local cost index
sold the unit at cost a base at 7:30 All friends prove just cause. by using 1976\ construction cost
station, power mike, a high and relatives: p.m. "You cannot reject the in Bradford County. Apply i
are urged to
DOUBLE antenna, and a separate attend. Committee memberswill superintendent's nominations this index to current base rate
SHOPS speaker.The simply because if you were to determine the proper ad I
meet in the cafeteria at 7
Agitator is flying high superintendent you would justed base rate. Analyze
p.m.The name someone different," he current market data and
KNIT this week, getting on the air Cub Scouts still need
about 4 p.m. every day when more den leaders and as said.Casey apply this market data
his friends get off work. He sistant den said problems properly to eliminate inequities -
wants to get them all on the volunteers leaders. All referred to by board memberswere that occur in various
FOR EASY air at once to express his interested are welcome. under a different super- age groups of existing resi
>, t .apprecia tion. Anyone for please call intendent, and that he would dential property' .::Depreciation : .
964-8666 more Information.
with staff should be applied t
One was to be fitted this work closely
I ;week for an artificial leg. He .. members to keep those properly by analyzing cure decondition
';Ei; Yr td WEARDOUBLEKLMIT hopes to be more mobile soon Ona bus: "His Idea of r "'problems.from recurring of existing resit
to the law, Casey dential Analyze
r even if it's with a wheel chair roughing it is cutting filet According property.
could his nominationsto market data to
and walker. It's been over mignon with a dull knife." present appropriate
T three months since the genial Red O'Donnell In the board three times, and provide an acceptable meansto
-r- Wiggins has presided over Nash-villa-Banner/ if the board could prove just estimate land value as it
cause for rejecting the pertains to the improvement
100% POLYESTER ..- --" appointments, it could fill the in the cost approach.DOR .
1I positions itself. said, "If a conference t
Should the conflict move is requested, you may bring
= (fGoetzman Construction into court, Wolbert would staff, counsel or any information
I I represent the board by virtueof that you feel will

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by Dolores Mmg club is scheduled for Jan, 21 at .
I 468-191S 7 in the City '"."AV' 'plc' ham wild5I5%' mub.d rail:- "' lira.berry
Hampton MONDAY
phone p.m. Cons Pad .olnero, cop, dwrloako. Ao1 m
NOTICE OF INTENTION Hall. SCHOOL,NEWS LUNCH MENU "slow raisins, bocult, milk. ]with'. fJHUJr ? mJiV., OrsoN PRIDAVI' FHh buttarad .'11., ealsiTcJS .

I FICTITIOUS TO REGISTER NAME Officers Senior Citizen Elected Council At the meeting of the of the Hampton Ladies Teachers and students at January poll .. ca., .Tap... milk,,.........'..'corn,fruit .a THuS:Dn;AyrjriJ3::: .hick.,., WM slaw, hulk """"", poach II.It, milk

I Christian Church held Jan. 6, Hampton Elementary School
Pursuant to Section 866-09! felt fortunate to have the helpof
Officers elected at the officers elected were: Mrs.
Florida Statutes, notice is here- meeting of the Hampton Shirley Norman, president; three University of Florida 0. G. Games
by given that the undersigned Senior Citizens Club (held Mrs. Daisy Fort, secretary- students who are assisting at NurseryHwy

Anthony R. Hayes, P.O. Box Jan. 7)) were Mrs. Evelyn treasurer, and Mrs. Garnet the school two days a week as ,

319 Lawtey Florida, 32068, Vaughn, president; Bill Fon- Studer, corresponding sec part of their teacher training 100 Florahome''
doing business under the firm and business program
taine, vice-president, retary. Primary at
name of "HAYES ELECTRIC," Josephine Fontaine, secre- the meeting centered on Mrs. Carolyn Taylor plansto 659-2165
P.O. Box 319 Lawtey. Bradford tary-treasurer. methods of obtaining new spend this time with Mrs.

County, Florida, 32068. intendsto 17 members and a guest, members. This Council will Jean Clark's first grade class. .

register said fictitious name Florence Schaub of Belmore, meet again on Feb. 2 at 2 p.m. Since Mrs. Taylor is the wifeof .

under the provisions of aforesaid Long Island New York, were at the Christian Church. our Bradford: County Agent, 0

statute. present at this meeting when Bobby Taylor, many of the *
Anthony R. Hayes, owner. William Summers was wel- Public MeetingThe people in the school are already #

Dated this 30th day of comed as a new member. her friends.

I December, A.D. 1976 at Starke, Rudy DeWaters donated a public is invited to at- Nancy Fullwood also from

Florida. prize awarded and the lucky tend a meeting planned by the Starke will be working with
12/30/ 4tchg 1/20 winners of prizes were Anna trustees of the Santa Fe Mrs. Kathryn Wigglesworth's

I Hake and George Hake of Cemetery Association on Jan. fifth graders. We hope she will 4OOOAzaleas

NOTICE Waldo. Next meeting of the 20at 7:30: p.m. in the HamptonCity enjoy her experience at the
I Hall. school. She is now a third year

Doyle E. Starling has made student at the University.

application to the Bradford LECRL5 Civitan Blood BankIt Kathy Casey is spending her 40,00Camellias
time with Mrs. Carole
County Zoning Board for re- training

classification of the property Proctor Cliff McKeown is hoped that this Shields sixth grade class. She
described below from EA to OR community will be responsiveto also had many friends at the

Approximately 42 acres 2. Suwannee River Water the opportunity of donating school as she visited often Hedge Plants

located one mile West of Lawteyon Management District, Bridge blood which may be used by while her father, Tom Casey,
the South side of their friend was principal there.
State Road family, or anyonein
Street, White Springs, Florida 4,000
225: in Section 22, Township 5 need. The students will benefit also 9 Flowering Trees
32096, Proctor: AMn Brown
from this
South Range 22 East to sell one training programas

or more acre lots. The Gainesville Unit of the they will have the oppor-
3. Department of Environmental
This change in classification is Regulation, South Florida Dist- Civitan Blood Bank is tunity for more individual at- Shade Trees-

subject to a public hearing to beheld rict Office, 2180 West First scheduled to collect blood at tention and perhaps be Intro-
on Tuesday January 25 duced to some modern con-
Street, Suite 401 Fort Myers, the Starke Chamber of
of education. Fruit Trees
1977 at 7:30: p.m., in the County Florida 33950, Proctor: Jim Commerce on Monday, Jan. cepts -

Commission Room in the Brad. Estler 17, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Any -Get Your Now Ht

lord County Courthouse. At this 4. Southwest Florida Water healthy person between the -' \L Palms
time all persons interested shall Management District, U.S. ages of 17 and 65 is eligible to = -
be heard lor or against the pro be a donor.
Highway 41, seven miles south Wholesale Prices 4 t
posal as specified in the Zoning of Brooksville, Brooksville
Code of Bradford County.A.R. Note of GratitudeMr.
Florida 33512, Proctor: Bob
Kiefer Chairman ...
Evans RndSaveStock Be Reduced
Bradford County Zoning Board and Mrs. Donald Slade

I 5. Department of Environmental send this message to their =-

1/6 3tchg 1/20 Regulation, Southeastern Dis- friends: "All of our family are The first nation to recognizethe 23 Mi South East Of Starke At Florahome On Hwy 100 Phone 659-2165

trict,5301 Gun-Oub Road, West deeply grateful to each and independence of the

NOTICE OFSHERIFF'S Palm Beach Florida 33402 everyone of our friends for United States was France.
SALE Proctor: Bill Albritton every act of kindness and
thoughtfulness. We are so

Itchg 1/13 thankful for the cards, notes ft'i a fed...
Notice is hereby given that I, and calls expressing !OUOUJfTTfSin E GLE
Dolph Reddish, as sheriff of your .. vx. >r ucunuuuiYWNOt
sympathy, for all the food, but
Bradford County Florida, under IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
J ass a HOIM4.
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- most of all for your genuine iiiFevery
and by virtue of Writ of why? pike, :
Execution to-wit: CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR concern and prayers. LLIIl..1j

Execution issued out of BRADFORD COUNTY. ;
"God's has
County Court of Seminole CASE NO.76-412 grace certainly
been sufficient to see us

County Florida pursuant to a /IN RE: The Marriage of through these very difficult
Final Judgement for Midi Construction -
Inc., and against Jack WILLIAM ELZIE SANDERS, days. How precious are our
memories of Greg. We thank
W. Southard, defendant, in the JR. Husband/Petitioner, and praise the Lord for the 16 price cut
amount of $1,97300 togetherwith SUSAN years He allowed us to share
costs of collection. JANE SANDERS, with Greg. May his sudden
Have seized and have my
going home, which is the will
possession the following des- NOTICE OF SUIT
of God, cause each one to
cribed personal property to-wit: NO PROPERTYTO
search their heart and know

1970 Ford Country Squire : Susan Jane Sanders c/o that tion.today We is have the day the of blessed salva- Eagle passes on savings up to 35% Thursday, Friday and Saturday

Station Wagon Tag No. 45-3363 Johnny Landon, Hinesville
assurance that Greg is with
1.0. No. OE76Y267473 Georgia

"If anyone sent food to L- IAwsAsIRItAsk 7.
As the property of the above YOU ARE HEREBY our
home and has not had the
named defendant and that on NOTIFIED, that an action for
dishes or containers returned,
Monday the 31st day of Dissolution of Matrimony has
please see or call us. We know
January, 1977 at twelve o'clock been filed against you and you
did send food which
many we
Noon on said day on the premises are required to serve a copy of have no record of. Again we Ltkji:9k ; :

of the Bradford CountyJail your written defenses if any, to thank all of "
Yard I will offer for sale and it on J.J. WOLBERT, JR., At- you.

sell to the highest bidder for torney for Petitioner whose address PersonalsMr.
cash in hand the above described is 142 West Call Street

property of said defen- P.O. Box 1086, Starke, Florida.
and Mrs. Joe Oliver
dant to satisfy the aforesaid 32091, and file the original with k JACKET6
have returned home from { Rl,1st
a r ,r '
Execution. the Clerk of the jbove-styled ouAa
three week s vacation in Fort
Dolph E. Reddish Sheriff Court on or before February 10. (

Bradford County Florida be 1977 entered otherwise against a judgment you for may the their Lauderdale daughter here and they son-in-law visited, 17% SAVE 4.00 slrE fox SAVE 1.11.1 ii'' J 2nd JACKET I.

Mr. and !Mrs. Jim Gehron and
,j 1/6 4tchg 127NOTICE relief demanded in the \ 88

Petition. four accompanied sons. The by Olivers their grandson were- 390 8.88 27.1.00 3 97 2Ji\ 7

OF INTENTIONTO seal of said Court on the 10 day Jim. They say it was the DISC pea WAS S.TT-B-M 1 1AONIEfEAOENTNOIOAIll SAVE 43"
REGISTER of best Christmas they spent in EUU PRif MUM. It W III 4IW Vim Vim US RIMERS, 2TVi"
FICTITIOUS NAME January 1977. many years, enjoying their nutCIUUSE, Funrumtin. WIRE-COL*,MEEK,CLEM. IMS SLEEVE SCENIC mill. MOUgM Z5Epo, Na art itlllaf thaie FEm.ss
family and fl'iends. The FRAME. !
Pursuant to Section 865.09 CLERK OF SAID COURTBy many KltltleylMril lilt. bOCly III. VA U able Ittt flit.' 100% Ml),
Florida Statutes, notice is : Beulah M. Moody Olivers report they are happy ( fit. but, cdori! S.M.L XL f sits, ar eaiy-eare blanilkm
hereby given that the Deputy Clerk to be back to the peace and re sr meticilaui lap itilekm -

undersigned Lewis M. lative quiet of this area after ;" ., t: ills, | with p..dis.d
Arlington Rt. 1. Box 47-A 1/13 4tchg 2/3 the traffic and crowds of the w k sap.. Saata irraf. t, M, L, IL

Starke. Florida 32091 doing Southern area. sw< a
business under the firm name of NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO J.W. Home is convalescingat yt r ,.
'STARKE AUTO AND TRUCK REGISTER home following recent hos- 26 '' MEN! WHY PAY

SERVICE," 402 Temple Avenue, FICTITIOUS NAME pitalization. -, sArE tsx $1Bi1FOR t '
Starke Bradford County, Happy birthday to Alice n .i. 1 1

Florida 32091, intends to Pursuant to Section 865.09 Faye Waters who celebratedon lAY{ 14 AVE21% SAYE 14% af..00 POLYESTER SLACKS Rot jt

register said fictitious name Florida Statutes notice is hereby Jan. 9!

under the provisions of aforesaid given that the undersigned 970 146 12I DISGDUN/PRICEwA32dMI 5 8 8 r

statute. Kenneth Crawford Rt. 1. Box Hampton Lake NETS eiSHIIM SOLE CHEW r
Lewis, M. Arrington, owner. 25 Lawtey Florida 32058 do- STRETCH SOCIS, STRIPE T0sums LOW DISCOUNT PRICE +
Dated this 23rd day of ing business under the firm Mr. and Mrs. Otis Leach IEEP NIlE M EVERY ROOM! P-SAL IASIIIE CAI,METAL 21.11"FAMOUS MILL INS ult spas cotta Mtt cotton, Ant till too wit it tilt ,

December, A.D. 1976 at Starke name of "KENNY'S FINA SER- from Owensboro, Kentucky 1I-PLUHa-Wl'IICUII SWIAAILES-441LIUS, SITU TIWELSL01UIIOis itrilct trie* tasluoi loot. 1013DISCOUNT SUM knar' IWi | JIN doa- ."
) porftster
Florida. VICE arrived Jan. 9 for a visit with -
709 South Walnut lit Inn litrlc. tin urn tip ,. .
12/234tchg/ 1/13 Street Starke Bradford her sister. !Mrs. Omar Mud t tsdtno l A ,

County Florida, 32091 intends Lefebvre, and !Mr. and Mrs. : : \ Eilt tttri! line tiny lor nek '

NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO to register said fictitious name Henry Spell and Steven. Theyare s = r solids ail pUid!. Sim 2>42.ItVallV .

REGISTER under the provisions of aforesaid not too disturbed by the "
statute. cold weather they encoun- J r .
Kenneth Crawford, owner. tered here as they report t
leaving an eight inch snowfalland _
Pursuant to Section 866.09 Dated this 13th day of 1'' 1
Florida Statutes, notice is January, A D. 1977 at Starke, subfreezing weather at i + SAYE 22% 7 T t Yf
Florida. '
hereby given that the SAVE 21% rAl1tl1 SAVE x .
Mr. and Mrs.
undersigned Frances McNeish 1/13 4tchg 2/3 Delbert Casey

Route 1 1. Box 9-A, Starke and daughter, Kim. enjoyed a \
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF recent visit with their = 1.87 -fc t-fC 19c 1
Florida 32091, doing business DISCOUNT PRICE WAS .TT r
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR daughter and son-in-law.!
under the firm of "THE
Street Building Starke
CASE NO. 76-315 While there they had a tour of 1 IT. UICEPU, 2 IT.SMCEMR. IH.12W'.1.4$; UTTERT. LIIS U3T'1 flit t kit tlwti fir comfort n4It .. //J
Bradford County Florida the Birmingham Executive OR I" SKILLH 12a14".1/f110111s4".2.1 PSRFIRIUROE..Lt sal! "''lCtICIIII,. Uxk. brows 7 12. 'S 1
32091 intends to register said .S l' il 'N
4 fictitious name under the IN RE: The Marriage of JAMES Bank Building where Fran is t
ROMEY BURNEY Hus- employed as a secretary SAVE 12
provisions of aforesaid statute. % 'i SAVE /1x ."J
Frances McNeish, owner. band/PetItIOner, They were enthused about \
seeing the lovely authentic antiques
Dated this 23rd day of and
December A D. 1976 at Starke FRANCES BURNEY, Wife/Res which furnish this 7.00 2.44
building. Jewel mentioned in
12/234tchg Florida. 1/13 pondent.NOTICE OF SUIT particular the grandfatherclock DISCOUNT PRICE WAS 1/T.M DISCOUNT PRICE WAS JAI'

sofa and silver champagne slyl 11% IRISS SHIRTS FOR HER W/SnUSH CORTUST TRIM.
cooler. They also appreciateda SAVE 14.21% SAVE 1.10 SAYE 22% SltthWJ tmorri a", .I.HOUM Ploy I coot lane II krtttT. **.tfwun
NOTICE OF EXAMINATIONNotice : Frances Bumey, Address II ). $S.M.I.XL, t COW ...
Unknown tour of the Cumberland Law 2 8 8 its cotars. uttom. mt Ir. 1M.UL

School in Birmingham where 6 6c 3 88 6 80 r
( is hereby given pursuant Ronnie is law student. e DISCOUNT PRICE WAS 2.44
Chapter 17 20, Florida YOU ARE HEREBY a 7T-W 40 IT
Administrative Code, Rules and NOTIFIED that an action for Meng MCTtt OR I PUSTM IIIALIT ROVt IMMJEB WOOO IIRtWITCRERI. !fiLL TORniMRS OEOI SREUERSStt .. I
Regulations Governing Water Dissolution of Matrimony has daughter, Angela spent the ORT RiMEIS, OR 4 PLUTWWTTHtUPt INLET NUT W/PUSTM W/HIMURI WILT emu chili UM stHkToft.
Well Licenses been filed against and weekend with Mr. and !Mrs. NUS RMS. MfllFMWalU.IUDISCOUNT
Contractor's that you you IH WRITE ORLV. MH'I 7II. WoRm't HI
Paul !Meng and family 15 !
an examination will be given at are required to serve a copy of
the following time, date, and your written defenses if any, ton members of their family 1An 31% VALUE Pt..SI

locations to all! qualified applIcants on J.J. WOLBERT, JR.. At- gathered for a celebration at SCOPE
the Pizza Hut ViPORETTSttMV
whose applications are torney for Petitioner, whose Saturday NimnwuH12OORCS
received in the Department of address is 142 West Call Street evening. rt MIl
Environmental Regulation, Certification P.O. Box 1 1086. Starke, Florida Chris Meng enjoyed his Nth UTIILUI

and Manpower 32091, and file the original with birthday on Jan. 12 with a 66 scovL 73c. 1 $:

Development Section, 2562 the Clerk of the abovestyledCourt family celebration. .

Executive Center Circle, East, on or before February 10, Brad Simpson underwentopen MALI! WAS- (tuA,Nz1' art 11% SAY-! SAVE UI
heart at North
Montgomery Building Tallahassee 1977, otherwise a judgment maybe surgery UYE11%
Florida 32301. by January entered against you for the Florida Regional Hospital on "" un 11"4 2.'x
3 4
.8 8 1. 8 81.NfLL. 2.88
stU VUSLMEMnusmuRi
28. 1977. relief demanded In the Petition. Jan. 10. His friends in this fillS

Examinations will be given to WITNESS my hand and the area wish him a quick re &.- ...... UTIOM-HOI. i MV FINIS SUE DISCOUNT PRICE WAS* 4 DISCOUNT PRICE WAS ." DISCOUNT purci WAS titf

qualified applicants on January seal of said Court on the 10 day covery. MT OM M OOT Till Mil FILM 001HMREB, FILywn-ss i'. sums HISSES' NinSHR FURf
31, 1977 at 1.00 p.m. at the of January 1977. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barks- ..... MM I*. .... ir ... 97 1.27 .UIIIIUPIIIWIHIU SLEEVE STRIff TOPS NRIIfITSTRNUIIHS!
following locations: GILBERT S. BROWN AS dale have returned to their ist: ir... TEL: ,ir ... III; lsaas4111 vUjt. espw ant IIsmlttt... IISIIIeI tip with Ut INn tt ,.. .. tsttl. EmMtSSJT
CLERK OF SAID COURTBy home in Humboldt, Tenn. 21"..LU Ca SIt_...l WAS 1f WAS SM' KM. ,. mt .... CII... HI sassy"""" tat cokxi. IMJL yeses title, sit.. .. Jlt
After spending eight days with
1 1. Department of Environmental : Beulah M. Moody their mother, Mrs. Virgie EAr LE THE CONVENIENT 312 W Madison Pack Super & 100's
Deputy Clerk .
Northwest District
Regulation Barksdale, they enjoyed a FAMILY DISCOUNT STORES St.I I CIGAREHESLEIiRLS R4sKlCarto .J
Contact Office, Lafayette Building I
Tallahassee, Florida 32301, 1/13 4tchg 2/3 skiing trip to Boone, N.C. Open dally 9 't.19 Sunday til 6 964-7513 56 54' Cartoni .


I tt Ml

i" .-.j_ .,



Jeannette Prescott

phone 483-1715


Mrs. Martha Pillow has 1

joined the faculty as a teacher

for the second, third and

fourth grades. Mrs. Moses

previously held this.po itlon..
The School lunchroom has a

new floor covering In the J

dining area. The workers and MISCtlLANEOUS: FOR FOR RENTFOR I .
students are very happy to I ) AUTOMOBILES USED .Before Floriland Realty C;; Qi

lave> it. It the _
gives place a
lift WINDOWS 1972 FORD VAN V-S" RENT 40 60 Block y ou Buy A 393 North Temple

EASY EXTRA. INCOME Single .hung and ....e... 36 with air .....IU... Body Building, 12' Colling. Ideal.
S00/Thenand Stalling x8-$5.30;; 30a27 raugb. but engine I I. atreagt fir moat any b..I.... II you are thinking el trUJiUt9.aI.
LUNCH MENU Envelope Fro Supplied $11.50t1Sa32-11510; ; 46 ma* good; fl, OO. So at Stark ara.$250 per month. Mobile ..UI.. year property, i
Ja 1721MONDAY Proven Guaranteed!! M 52 $27.00 MANY Bradlord Telegraph, 135 P..... 964-56O6. TF/Chg .....9647700.Let u* talk e

Ip.eh.ttl with m..ttauca. Send Stamped Addreaeed OTHER SIZES. BARGAIN West Call Street, phono 964- Home t* yonl' I. REALTY
er_ salad, banana cake with Envelop Pragreaalve CENTER.301 South lI.c.. 6305. TFchgPLYMOUTH -
IcM. *. Irene broad, milk. Eaterpriae. Department E. FOR RENT 12 loot wd! For rent or isle. S acre /' r.\
TUBfOAYi Baby lima Mane, rice. 1523: 8th Avenue N. E, MOBILE HOME MOVING FURY 111 mobile homo outside See and mobile ....... V ---./

cole" ...alary .tlc.... lallo, with Irult. inJua'. C. 94606. Itpd Ala mobile home hurricane .,,2. 4 door, 300 A/C etc. 11..1... P..... 964-0114 city or - ".. e
I".. roll. milk.WCDNCJOAYi. Good condition... Nic.larmettet 5 and J't ----
anchoring and mobile Beat wfler.Ph. 471-4777. TF/chL- acre J1
tamate wedge, oroon plum carrot lima beana slink., h... root coating OH.'. ... 4733382. 12/16 John tram bonnet; plenty. nl land ..... ,.

cKacalata t pudding. Macuit with butter DO YOU NEED Septic Mobile Home Service. Phone TF/chg. MOBILE HOME 3 bedroom for large garden.
milk.THUKIDAYi. tank pumping, .metalling .r 964-5606. Highway 100W. 1972 FORD MUSTANG ., spacious ground .la 733'7,75LONGClIAMP - Cecelia Terwillegar
drain line? Reaaonablo. 13 acre.wHb haul.3 bedroom .
gar-b-q-cbicku.. Stark. Lawleyt
tlCbgWATSON'S lor
MACH I 351, automatic apace garden;
bwneroa1 Pb... 431-1202 after trailer, 26 5O bars Real Facts On REAL ESTATEDo
eraen neae. mama potato, 2:30: tranembelon, A/C no pete no abjection to .....11chUd'.1 x ,
miaee! fruit, hot rain. with/ bimar. milk. p.m. Itchg 1113 mug .. paved road.
deposit realize that the homeowner Is In
FRIDAY Corn ton, potato ..' HOUSE OF clean, 1850. Maavlll required. you average a
.d. -
"corn, roasted -!"!' !'..ft.I'L'l.! ... WILL PAY 8 t. (50 VACUUMS. Many brand phone 289-2951. Itpd 1/13 Phone 782-3279.___.1!/6:!!:/ 1?" Tea acre and -concrete much better position income-tax-wise, than a person
np rash III new "...... Diedmachine block hones about mile with the same Income who rents a dwelling?
SCHOOL lor old car, Thornton'. one
.. .. Eipertrepabra out ol town. The homeowner is allowed to deduct interest and
COMMITTEE TFIC.. Phone 964-6243 1/13 ,all make.ParU and MAZDA: 1974 RX-4 Statloa- HOME 12 x 55. Locatedon IknttandBuikUiurMaterial. - taxes paid on the home which means that the)

.ee........ for all vacuum. wagon, rotary, automatic, SR 235 In country. Phone We have 2 and 3 bedroom property owner will pay less .Income taxes than the

Phil Valenga, Principal,has Built-in coatral vacuum .Ir. condition, AM-FM excellent 964-5630 alter 1 p.... 11,., houses for ..... Let aa renter in the same Income bracket.In .
called a meeting for Jan. 13 at cl...... .,....... *v. NW condition, only Z9.OOO -WE BtTlLD- how then t. you. Some
PERSONAL ..... G atain.rrHe. ..U... S2350 beat -- addition the homeowner Is building up a
7:30: p.m. to choose people to SERVICF10th or offer.Phone Mow flan Or Ira are la town, ..... out of
sizeable In investment. It to be
equity a good a
serve on the ... 376-7UO. TF/.hg 964-6D73 after 5 p.m.. BRADFORD VILLAGE Your Lot Or Our" city limits. pays
Itpd 1/U -FREE homeowner. See us today for listings ol homes
Committee. Anyone interested HAY FOR SALE modern I Btt, Remodelng- 2 1/2 ac... In which will suit your taste and pocketbook. '
is asked to attend. LOSE WEIGHT safely and Arthur 1973 BARRACUDA; furnished, AC carpet country
..... lotsiPewlAmhywt -----
G. good building
last phone 782-J14O. walk-la dined encloaedpatio
with X-ll Diet. Plan 13. 12/23 ttchg' 1/27 yellow with white vinyl, top ,oil street parking 315 .....Bought- - Not too close not too farl 10( acres fenced pasture
DOUBLE BIRTHDAY REDUCE E..... Fluid. 340 high. performance,
PARTIES with X-Pel (3 K...'* Drag. SPEED EQUIPMENT 23360 .. ... 1500 firm. West Wanblngton Street. 80.-TradedACREAGE 3 BR block home, with carpet and panelingand
1/13 IQtchg. 3/17 FOR Phono 4311176. 1/13 Phone 964-8601 1/6 4tpd Attuc. 75 pecan trees. Low taxes low maintenance.
10 percent above 1./Z7 FOR SALE 964-7739
Little Latain Lee on her ...t. Olla' Mobile. Home. s 9646853Hwv. VERNIEP.OOOM(
first and SEWING all .1...., Service. Highway 100W, CHEVY NOVA 1913 C..- OLiN'S SUBDIVISION Jr.. Attractive brick Barksdale home on Madison -

birthday, her grand- mending, alteration Will Starke. Phone 964-5606. torn, 307 C1D, V8. PS, PB, 1/2 acre) lots 130 per month .3Ut South,Stark 964-5476 BrokerS647flM! complete modern kitchen. CHAA, 3 BR 2 baths.
father, C.J. Tetstone pick np and deliver, after TF/Chg AT. Radio heater, $2,195 water and ....... Inrnlahed.. 1 Large LR. OR den.
celebrated their birthdayswith coca Photo 9844813.n3 .e..t""". Phone 964-5836. For Information call Mark If i
a double party at the 2tpd I 110IIONEST 111 x 20 PATIO COVER Itpd 1/13 Olla, OU.'. Mobile. Hone Green Acres A love=TSrCa B with CH&A and

home of the latter. Latain's Installed. SI90; Ualn.Ulfed. Sale. Highway. 100 Wed all the goodles... parate garage. paved driveway

birthday was January 6 and DEPENDABLE S150. Gator MobOe Home Stark. N. pete pie.... ""fem CwMtleCtinSlrmit nice patio great neighborhood.

Mr.Tetst s e's was January 8. Woman will do hodenning **.. Service.5002 N W.13th St.. HELP WANTED Ph... 9645606.. 1/13 Ilculh.tor. -----

Twenty-four guests helped m Stark area, .t< Five Star Mobile Home TFCbgJ/ Owner financed3 BR IB cozy home on

them celebrate this special $250 per h.... Phono 964- 3729767,<;..env,a le. tloehg FUEL OIL Delivery Salea- HOMES Rental property (In tows Cherry Street..You can walk everywhere from this

occasion.Saturday, Jan.8 at 3p.m. 5063. Itpd Il3ALCOHOLICS FOR man Register. for Oil St.Company... area._ FOR SALENEW I OCOROCROBERTSMIUCC location. Store, olflce. location. _____
SALE Dlamundneedle apartment. Superior
Refreshments were Stark 1 tchg' 113HOUSEKEEPER Get your money's worth! 4 BR. i baths fully carpeted -
served with double ANONYMOUS for. any stereo, ever ,_ fe potential for creative In-
birthday HOME CH&A Brick LR DR Kitchen outside city
Succeaetul Keystone
) living 247 different onea4. we lave ll* mm rf veator. Good terms avail
cakes. They were wished for people who want to them all.. Dahmer'a Area Jual Completed. 3 U Norm Temple Ave j jITARKC. able. $155,000.Strawberry limits on one acre.

many more. STOP drinking. and. STAY I) .,,,.. TF I.h. I Bedroom Bath GE Heat A FLORIDA' - .m1.75 to
Woman to do houae cleaning. Air. Convenient. location. Gracious Demorest home acres adjacent
tapped. Meeting Thursday jy farm with 6room
LP RECORDS FOR SALE one day per week. ..wartransportation. Adams phone 473-2056 Starke Plaza.
and 8
Sunday p.m. Phone or house on 4 1 It ..ens.This .
964-6709 or 9645434. 114 S2.50 each. at Dahmer'a. 5231. Itpd 1/13 Phone 964 4734078. TF/cbg farm meat be .... because Bessent Road attractive3BR i 2 B home with ,
ChrlatUn Street. 1/1312tpd ol awner'a health.
CH&A. LR DR large den and even an office..ex
3/31 For $23OOO thla. one won't
MOTOR HOME 1972 65' 28 be on the market. long' ----- i
with electrical. mechanicaland x Brick, central 3BR. LR. DR. Lg. Family
SEAMSTRESS walls <| .. Road, Chevy cha...., retail sales. experience air, carpet, range and relrlgerator Room, Flreplnc on 20 - Just what you've been looking for Brick 3 BR

sewing at hem*. Any type.Come 22 leet long, good condition. and. wanting employment In located, 639 Kpper-; acres with barn, Graham Need a new house on one 2Va Bath. CH&A family room LR DR fully
to Room No. 20 22,000( mile(. *. Phone' 9644O71r acre? Owner will build to
weal area. Phono 473-3549 IDa Street Lot 93' x 185'. area* terme.Country equipped kitchen with dining area laundry room ;I
9647839. speciflcnllona, $28.0OO.
Motel Highway TF/chg /32300pho. 964-7S74. - -
1/6 office
ltpd 113POLICEMAN 2-car garage, pooland fish
301 North, Stu.... - pond.
ItpdIna CATTLE RACK lor abort Under 4tpdl/27.!.! ___ _____ Club rotates: 2 Motel. for ...... $145,000. Are a it-yourselfer "
wbeelbain pickup 35. CETA Program. Meet he lute very reaaonahle.Three - you ? The Floyd Green ;
2 ACRES AND MOTILE home at 601 Call a Orange could be restored and bea
Phone 782-3660. .
((9 Tt'/chf, unemployed lor at leant 30 - -
WILL DO BABYSITTING day, live In Bradlerd HOME Double-wide( 24 x be"r_..., 2 bathe, STROUT REALTY show place.

Q/l1 FIa5T MOTORcgeIJ. In my borne, 5 day a FOR SALE Farm nod Couaty. May apply at 60. 4 bcdrooma, 2 bathe brick, large living, room, Broker -----
WAS MAPS Of "XWP AMP week. any age, 645 North construction maca.-equip.-.. Florida State Employment CH/A: / In Lawtev on SR 225. family room, spacious .kitchen Oa 100 South 1114 Mile The Best of Hampton Lake: sumptuous. well-built

(E>Wft? *W A CMCHALFHOBSCrOWCIC tII'IS Walnut Street. 1/13 TF/Chg" v.hlcl... Open Monday Service. or Police Station. fuel oil US 301; 17000. patio/porch area on From Intersection ol 301 brick home on large lot with dock. A dreamhous.

'UStME'.IUITH A HOME REPAIRS Any through Saturday, 8:30 to 6. Application taken 1/13- Coatact M.M. Jordan, phoneJ1fE1220,146.TFJChg. bnck.CeorMriy. and 100 South made to order. The best for the best!
MAlUMUW Sra5p Of" r*. MPH. typo .......11.,. roof, new C..I.Northeast welcome 1/19; 8 p.m.-4 p.m. Itchg' -. : -' - -----
TUB MACHINE' WAS eTUll-T IM Florida Equipment 1113 Estates: sR-iii.T
addittonot concrete work, or -----. NEEDED: Homes in good repair under 30000.
6e'.N teen I' painting Free eatimntea, Auction. US 17, Nerta DOUIII.tWIDt) : Mobile" mi. from town beautiful Ralph Bryan* h .
... ---
G.; Cave --
ph... 9646127. 11/18 Springs, Phone 1 Hone; 3 1/4 acre on Bay brick. home. 3BR 2B, LR NEEDED with
284-5977. : Small acreage
Salven liquid typewriter TF/Chg TF/chg_ .leaa. Highway. Sacrifice my Lg. family room and Real Estate 3 bedroom house.
cleaner. THE OFFICE SHOP. FOR RENT I Invtatment of $25,000 for kitchen. central air. A heat. -----

Ph. 904.5713.CLASSIFIED. FOR SALE Mobile Homo $19,000. Moving to Minml. Paved drive. DON'T DELAY NEEDED: Home with 20-150 acres for family who

W AlITEDWANTED = ParU and supplies OLiN'S i Phone 964-8699 for appoint- - BUY TODAY!! loves horses. {

1 MOBILE HOME SALES LARGE UPSTAIRS APARTMENT men 1/6 TF/Chg_______ New hi.... home .In town. NEEDED: Land and homeD lease. {
Highway 100 West Staike. downtown. 3UK. 2B, I.R. C/lloWV. Your choice. of 5 to 265 acres -----

AD RATES Farm *nd phone. ..964-5606.!!. TF/chg_ CHAA. Phone. 964-7271 I TWO STORY ENGLISH large garage, quiet area. North ol Lawtey Lew down, Cecelia T
ceaatrnction mach.-equlp.- FIREWOOD FOR SALE NIGHT 96 -8595. Itchg. 1/13 TUDOR STYLE HOME 4 corner. lot payment Up to 20 yew t. pay, Terwillegar Realtor ,

Deadline for Insertion vehicle. Let us nell your scat door. to Handy. Way BR 1 1/2 Bath LR, DR. - on.balance. m 206 West Madison Avenue
Tuesday Noon preceding surplus" for y... Open Men- Store, Hampton. 1/13 2tpd KITCHENETTES- Florida Room Cellar !2 story frame house in . Starke. Florida

day through Saturday 8:30: |1120HEATER_ ntilltle. .Included totallylurnlahed. CH&A, Wood Fenced Yard I town one of the older ones 1 to 10 acres Oft SR IlK OFFICE PHONE 964-/116w
Thursday before t. 6. Nertheaot Florida weekly or monthly Hardwood Floor. Fireplace with plenty of living area. South High and dry Lo irAUOLIN'S"'
publication. Equipment Auction. US 17, A 150 GALLON I rate*. Temple Motel 880 I Phone 964.7702. Itchg' 1/13 - down payment Easy monthly' HOME PHONE 41= -5U5 l

North Green Cove Springs, TANK Sacrllke. Pbane North Temple, S&..... Several commercial lots on term..

Minimum Charge $2.00 DheneJ84-5977. TF/chgF 964-6511. 612 WuhlngtaaStreet. Phone 9647357. 1/13 4tpd 1971 ALTER MOBILE 301.
(Covers IS Words) 213 - CALL "The Land Man"Anytime
Itchg 1/13 HOME $...00. willnegatktte
Each word over IS WANTED Uaed reIrlgoratara furnished" ,...t.. 3 BR. I bath block.onatruction I SUBDIVISION I I
10 cents ...h..., and. TRACTOR Farm-All 100. OFFICE SPACE Phone built two bedroom. Phone LR. Familyftoom.
.t.veen good...dIU... Call 9647061. 1/13 3tchg 1/27 964-5732. 1/13 in town. RALPH BRYANRealtor
High clearance" with cultivators 3tchg 1/27 E
All Classified Ads must be Dahmer'a Dlaconnt, 964- -
fertiliser diotrltintora ) land 964-8788
acres pnaturo day or 1 III>f.o
paid for In advance unless 7923.. : TFclanMOTORCYCLES! __ and new 5"- dine and FURNISHED APARTMENT 65 24 DOUBLE WIDE reasonably priced Just off "''''"O''''

you have an established MWHH MHM mower. Phone 964-6341. Three rooms pna Trailer, term can b* SR 16. N.W. ol to....
bath, central heat private
Itpd 213FAMILY arranged.Phone 431-1765
account with the or - -
drive... NO children .
:Telegraph. In that event 50 *' Phone 964-8021. Itpd or pet 1/13 9644858. Itpd 113Lillian Very nice large frame Vita Ftrai-VlliMiii- I
cents extra charge for MILK COW house on corner lot hi town
1150 firm. Phone 7823376. J 3BR.Z b.th.CIliA" large EpifMt-NlMrii.
billing. Not responsible for 1967 TRIUMPH 050ce, Itpd 1113 PARTLY FURNISHED m ....... Only Lie. & Bonded Mover
errors when given over the Bonovllie running but need HOUSE two bedroom, Kg All CATTLE
- -
phone or when copy is sot work, I300 and 171Hodaka 314 North Church 15.20 tract high land. Living In Bradford Co.
FOUR BICYCLES Tw.girl's acre ,
lOOce. rough condltlon. A"e .. 9$4-$73
and 10 the Phone 964-5800. .
typed brought .100. Phono 964-6534. 20 Inch I "rr.16 (Inch, C.Pearson on paved road Grahamarea.

office. Itpd 1113SUZUKI 1 boy'. 26 Inch. $8 ...h. s..t'l Term. 11.'25 13ID 2, 17
Phone 964-8804.! Itpd 1/13 FURNISHED Real!Estate - FORMICA PORTABLE UTILITY
APARTMENT on 1-3-4 acre homeakea 4
OF STARKE room.Pheoe. 964-8011. Itchg" mile N.W. of htarke.Frame 4x8) Sheets *5" SHEDS &
MISCELLANEOUSALL Year, asthorlted Suzuki. WILD TURKEYS Jumbo
1/13 - -
dealer. Phone. 964-6020. 1640 Bob-whites. Chukar Quill 3 BR CB home with cloaedgnrage 2 Colors Green A Orange
house I la town 2 ADD-A
on 3.2 .c... -ROOM
J.M. Edwards. Box 628
S. Walnut South in .
bedroom, LR. Kit. FR.
Mark, phone 964.5379.Ina APARTMENT Partially Large garage or workshop .., .. OLIN
TYPES KEYS mad ..tOR. _8trjioJ.!,_Un/chg! 2tpd. 1/20 furnished. nt 535 Wool 135900. Very reasonable.Klngaley 10x2O Finished M150
.... SO - Registered Heal MOBILE HOME
Mebao H. cent Madison Street $70/month. - -

each. Highway 100 Stark FOUND ROTO TILLER 4 Phone !964. .7521. ItcKg. ..1/13. Neat 2 BR aluminum Lake. area ":slate Broker Hwy 100. Starko. 964-5606 18x16 Unfinished '710
pbeoo 964-S606. TFda.BILL'S aiding home separate mobile' home.

111 gear$. driven Phone. ,964-6541.one year eld.. 2 BEDROOM HOUSE ,..... equity andaaaimo - Fred Sackett NEED: TO MAKE SOME: : OLIN'S

SAW SHOP = Com1 1 LOST Black and red male (/ ltpd13 Partially lurnlahed.. 534 7 percentmortgage Frame hues la t.... 3 Broker LABELS! ? Buy Dymo

plat ........... service, 't.... dog L" 'I. Cusp West Mndiaon( $125/mth. I5.0OO. bedroom, 2 bath living U.S. :ioiIIJniptim.Kl.i. Labelm.k.r from u. at The MOBILE HOME rt
.. December 31.No - room, 2 car carport
circular hand carbide Standing Phone 9647521. 1/13
Office Shop. .
chain, mower Mad bellow collar but tattoo in ear. CANE SYRUP $8 ....... 8.7 acre 115500. etorage area Walnut Hwy 100. Starke 964 56O6
- - -
ground and. ........ Leave Phone Danny Luke. 964- Phone.. 782-3675. Itchg 1/13 APARTMENT Two bedroom - Street. I'hwie 468-1733

at .lac".. Balldlag Supply. 'E8 f.6 itch.'. 1113. .._ furnished. er anfur'nlahed. 10 acre. farmland - -
Starter Keyeteae 1I..te.TFC" SWIMMING POOLS Deluxe .. Phone 9644853. $13,100 2 story frame horse .In Ifnchg iu-7 FILL DIRT
I LOST December 4 above ground, alanl- /13 TF/Chg - town 4 bedrooms, Being
|between W..... and Starkeigray nun sad ateel pool |Jirepeeaoeoed | 10 acre horaeaMe room, dining room, 2 lire
and black. striped t..- < ) .by back, will amid R-l-A lacing SR 230 place, ;2 .bathe. need r*.
SOFA A CHAIR SETS I Ial ----------- Soil
Dahmer'a Diaeouat.- on 'cat, ......... whit flea "*er.le*. savings.11I.0000.r and Wileon Read pair very reaaonablo t Top

TF*Ic'at'" 'collar lap .Itd... $10 ..- more. Phane collect |WI-|I. ,THOMAS I 2.000. Madiaon Street. I I WWII Drilling : J.'illlJirl
ward. Phone collect 1-378- 398-5103 days er evening. L.J - - i
toss Itpd illS 1/13. TF/.... ; REALTY 36.35 acre on US 301 GEORGE ROBERTS JR. I
GUNS FOR SALE 22'.. North $58.500 excellent ..Real .:...t. Broker I 2" thru 6"I
15'.. and 38. said at Dab. FOR SALE Apartmtat 621 North, Walnut St. t..... Phone 96 -18Z6 Call 468-1873
LOST Claaa Ring, pleaae I Fast Rotary
"!.r'a Dhcount.:..TF/chg! return t* Brave Cn...... at 'alt. love, OB. cedar .....t. Starko,Florida. 32091 - OPEN Saturday A.M.

Herat'. Shell Station er rooted' pot plaata, good bay. 904-6162. LAWTEY 2 commercial Drilling Equipment STEPHEN SMITH
NEED HOMEIMPROVEMENTS Sarah. (formerly AJ.TM.as building see n lor de-
'on Coveatry Jewelry
253A Starko.
Rente 1.Bo ,
OR Reward .11...... Itpd 1/13 two at fall. price throe. Real. E.tst.j! taila. I STATE LICENSED I STAR ROUTE HAMPTON FLA.
-- at hall price. Pboa. 9 45483. -
llreplacea. remodeled Commercial,. properly on S aere7 SR 225E -
: 544 Weat Call Street II
kitchen. ., balk, ......d.... FOR SALE I Stark! _*. Itchg 1/13 US 301 North and .South. 11.500. I Pumps I I
garage, .r ..cI.... - - -

earp.rts.call Marcua Grtffla. Doabl wide mobile. 5 ecree 660' .n SR 125 I L. K. Edwards III & Assoc.
473-2108. tln/chg! MORTGAGE NOTE FOR BRASINGTONGdB.eOtderil. Term $9.000. CARRADINES I New & Used
.5 acre .1.lead. 3 BR. I _

SARAH COVENTRY JEWELRY with ntsr..17300.. Phone Sale A Service lath,ol almaat living 1600 gruolul 10 *cr7a $12400 ....u. and Wrangler.We SalesPartsServiceEZ TRI-COUNTY AREA

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i Carter Seen 'Middle Of Roader' Coming In At Right Time,

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1I I William II.Nollman a Catholic member Church.of St. Edward's The prediction that Pres flation at a minimum.Other Mizell said that on the lessness in construction remains will do something about "the said It will take more than a

Survivors include two sons ident-elect Jimmy Carter will problems l high on the new national level housing is the major reason for overkill brought about by too year for new measures Instigated
I' William Herbert Norman, Dominic and AlfredCermenaro : prove to be a "middle of the President's priority list will be making a good comeback with Florida's high rate of unemployment much regulation of business." by Carter to show any
I 89, died January 11 in the both of North roader" who is coming into the cost of energy, and the increasing the rest of the economy, but is ," the speaker said, Warning against"expecting marked effect on the I
Wesley Manor Retirement Adams Mass.; seven grandchildren office at a time when he "can crime rate, the still lagging in Florida. "Job- expressing belief that Carter overnight miracles," Mizell economy.
in Mandarin where he
Village and five great-grand- show up very good"was made speaker said.
had lived for the past two children.A by B.F. Mizell, Jr., president

years.Born in New York City April had the Rosary Chapel was of said the Archer-Sundayin of Guaranty Loan Association Federal Savingsand at the the In new reviewing Carter the cabinet make-up, Mizell of Hampton Presented Land Use Plan I

14, 1887, Mr. Nollman
Tanner Funeral Home. A Starke Rotary Club last week said these

lived attended in Starke West since 1941.Point He Funeral Mass was said with the help of a to have appointmentsappear gone to per Zoning Director L.M. council with the audit reportfor of keeping your books. This Is I help out in catching the

f Academy, class of 1911, and Monday at St. Edward's Democratic Congress he can sons knowledgeable In their Gaines and Sam Mutch of the fiscal year 1975.76 and re the cleanest report I've ever persons responsible, since thecity's
the New York University Law Church with Rev. Patrick make things happen," Mizell fields and capable of doing North Central Florida Re- uncial city Is in better given you," he added. one policeman couldn'tbe
c School. He practiced law for Foley officiating. Burial was said, stating that Carter will their jobs! although Carter gional Planning Council pre- shape this year than Councilman A.C. Dennison everywhere at once.
The council decided to bid
in Lake Cemetery, last. said have been
before retire- Crosby remain In command of sented Hampton commissioners youths
I many years with Archer-Tanner Funeral undoubtedly attempt to re policy. with the city's land shooting out street lights in on a fire truck being sold by
ment, and was a member of juvenate the economy while, the city of Tampa.
the New York, North Dakota Home handling at the same time, keeping in- use plan Tuesday night. "You are to be commended, the city, and recommendedthe Councilmen Gene Taylor and
I and Florida Bar. He formerly arrangements. The plan, a map of present and your clerk, Mary Allen, is council take action in the
served as city attorney of Mizell said that Carter and land use and projected future most especially to be com- matter. After a brief discussion John Allen and fire chief
Arthur Burns apparently see growth, will be incorporatedinto mended, Farnsworth said. It was decided that George Davis viewed the
Sebring. Kyle McMurtryKyle Gail Coleman of Vine Grove, last
eye-to-eye on most economic local would have to trucks in Tampa week.
Mr. Nollman was an Army Ky. and Paula McKinney of the county's plan, fulfilling "She has done an excellent job
issues, including methods of
I veteran of World War I four Charles the state's requirementthat
; J. McMurtry, 68, of Starke; sons curbing or arresting inflation.
member and honorary Heights died in Paul, Roy and Charles, Jr., all He commended Carter for his local governments
of the First United complete comprehensiveplans
steward of Starke; two stepdaughters
Florida Regional stand in favor of
North "zero budgeting"
The land
by 1979. use
Methodist Church of Starke; Mrs. Elizabeth Lyons and 964-6206
in Gainesville which demands 964-5757
Hospital rejus- plan is the first of nine
member of the Shrine Club Miss Cathy Luke of Starke;
Tuesday after an extended ill- tification every year for every elements to be included in the
and Rotary Club; member of one brother, Roy McKinney of item.
the Masons, the Blue Lodge, ness. Maine Starke; four sisters, Eunice comprehensive plan.
J Morrocco Temple, Jack- Born Bangor. Wildon of Starke, Mrs. Lula Emphasizing that he was
sonville Consistory, memberof September had 4, moved 1908, from Mr. Slade of Hampton Lake, Mrs. CARD OF THANKSWe not there to tell the city whatits rcher- Tauner Funeral Home
McMurtry should
land use plan look
the Gideons International; Pearl Thomas of Lake Butler
and past patron of the Order of Camden, N.J. to Keystone and Mrs. Edna Prevatt of like, Mutch said he welcomes South of Starke
Heights in 1947. He was a want to express our comments and proposed 301
the Eastern Star. Little Torch Fla. six
Key ;
estate salesman and a heartfelt thanks for all the
Survivors include two grandchildren and two step- changes in the plan by city
Mrs. Catherine N. member of the Community many kindnesses extended to residents.
daughters grandchildren.
Daw kins of Jacksonville and Church. Funeral services were conducted us by our friends during our The map will be availablefor MONUMENTSDoyleMArcher
Survivors include his recent bereavement.We .
inspection at city hall on
Mrs. Betty Jane Boyd of St. Monday January 10 at
widow,Dorothy S. McMurtry; also want to thank Dr.
Mondays and Wednesdays, 9a.m.
sister, Mrs. God with Rev.
Petersburg; a the Church of
of a daughter,Jane McMurtry of H.H. Adams and all the to noon, for the next
Beatrice N. Brennan Bass Assisting Archie M. Tanner
Gene officiating.
and Dot ha n, Ala.; two sons KyleE. employees of the Bradford month or so. At that time a
Wesley Manor Village; in the service were
McMurtry and Jimmy County Hospital for their public hearing will be scheduled -
three grandchildren. Fussell and Rev, lF.D.
McMurtry, both of Keystone efforts in behalf of our loved for discussing final L.F.D.
Funeral services are today James Starling. Burial was in
(Thursday, January 13)) at 2 Heights; a sister, Shirley McKinney Cemetery with one. adoption of the plan.
of Melbourne, and
McMurtry of Mind
p.m. in the First United Archer-Tanner Funeral Homeof "Within/ / YourMeans Now, Peace Always"NOTICE
two grandchildren. Family of James H. Black- Accountant Harold C,
Church with the
Methodist Funeral services will be Starke in charge of shear Farnsworth presented the
pastor Rev. George L. held Friday at 11 a.m. in the arrangements.
I Burial will
Harper officiating. Community Church with the
be at 2 p.m in the Pine: Crest Rev. Thomas P. Poston
Cemetery at Sebring. DeWittC. officiating. Burial will be in
Jones Funeral Home of Cemetery.
Keystone Heights
Starke is handling arrangements -
DeWitt C Jones Funeral
Home is handling arrangements F; E BIG

Maggie S. I'revntt SAVINGS '; .

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Lonnie FullwoodLonnie
Mrs. Maggie Prevatt, 79,
Jacksonville, died in St.
Luke's Hospital Sunday aftera Laverne (Peanut)

long Illness. Fullwood, 55, died Thursday,
Born in Clay County, she January 6 at the Bradford
had lived in Jacksonville for County Hospital after a brief
many years. Her husband was illness. If You Plan To Buy K New Appliance, Come By And Check Our Low Low Prices During This

the late Paul D. Prevatt, Jr. Born in Lake Butler, he had He Sale And Save! We Offer Fast Free Delivery And Service PLUS We Sell Only Name Brands,
She was a member of the lived in Starke for 25 years
Jacksonville Baptist Temple.She was a Florida National Guard Whirlpool C.E*. Magic Chef Dearborn Carrier.We .
is survived by several technician, a World War II
nieces and nephews. veteran, and a member of the Have Terms Take Up To. 24 Mos. or 3O-6O-9O Day* Sam* As Cash.
Funeral services were held American Legion Post No. 56
Tuesday, Jan. 11 at the graveside of Starke. He was a memberof
in Kingsley;\ Lake the First Christian Church. /4'1 Filter-Flo Washing Action
Cemetery with the Rev. Jerry Survivors include his "
Milton officiating;\ DeWitt C. widow, Mrs. Grace Pratt \Vhirlpool DRYER SALE TRAD Traps Lint As It Washes!
Jones Funeral Home handled Fullwood of Starke; a .g&. &: \

arrangements. daughter, Nancy Ann Q"11f.lh .
Fullwood of Starke; a sister, -< D ; ', 'I, IF YOU NEED
Kennie Mrs. !Mary Louise Norris of S P THAT : ? Gf f-.. "
Douglas Lee and an aunt, Mrs. Addie OLDS : ;;;' .F.mou.FIIt.r-Flo'S..m .
Mae Thorpe of Lake City. : :: .Balanced. L_Control .
Funeral Services were held A 41 : .Heivy.Duly OE Motor Y ; ; WASHER
Kennie Douglas, 65 died APPLIANCENOW --. %$$ -a
Friday, Jan. 7 in the Veterans Saturday in the Chapel of r ._' .., ... Dependability coin opproven DON r T
Hospital in Gainesville after Archer-Tanner Funeral Homeof V r ./
an extended illness.A Starke, with Rev. Jim Love III .ter' pY.r, 3 WHh/RlnM-TmperatUf' \ %, J MISS
Burial in r'rr"' Combimrifoni-Enf gy SavIng
officiating. was
retired Seaboard Coast I 0 ,
I fr cold water Mlclion
Line employee from the Bald Crosby Lake Cemetery. E I .3 WBlr-levl Setocltontglve THIS I
win yard he was a member of vetMllte. wahln9. .,
the United Brotherhood of '' .Permanent Pint Cycle' SALE
Vivian Leona NOW SAVE -
\ AND ..
Railway and a member of the Aotlvai' ''d' Sot*c..

Harmony Free Viill Baptist ode) LDE3000 $ O
Fowler Griner .
Church He was born in Union' ...o ft.1 2 38 w0r
; County. V Trade
I Survivors include his Mrs. Vivian Leona Fowler :t 95300
widow Mrs .Mamie Jo Griner, 64, died Jan. 7 in : MAGIC CHEF
Douglas! of Lake Butler; and a Union General Hospital afteran
sister Mrs. Thyra Henry of extended illness. BIG 19" B&W PORTABLE TV
Perry. Born in Union County, Mrs. .. .\
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Funeral services were held Griner was retired from the 10" I
Monday. Jan. 10 in Harmony Union County schools. She !
Free Will Baptist Church with was a member of the First T- SI
the Rev. Norman Richmond Baptist Church, the DAR and 6
officiating Burial was in the Kathrine Livington Chapter
Dekle Cemetery under the 3 direction of Archer Funeral Survivors include her husband v- ;

Home. Martin E. Griner of I OUTS V TO
Lake Butler; two brothers, := r
:Mrs Helm J. HOld Henry Fowler of Jacksonvilleand TO I I"" y SELL
Seeber Fowler of Salt I I

Mrs. Reba J. Boyd, 76 died Springs; two son, Martin E. SELL i I j Gas N Il ldll
Griner III of Lake City and '
Jan. 7 in Lake City after an Harold K. Griner of And
extended illness. Tallahassee two sisters, Mrs. -"
Born in Bradford County, Alva Zies of; Ft. Smith. Ark. Electric -- G $
Q0 0
she lived in Lake Butler before W
and Mrs. Nettie Mae Wynn of
years moving ago.Survivors. to Lake City three Jacksonville. and two grandchildren NOW $20800 Rani"; y.-Y"'., S St faV

William. McMillan include: two of sons West, Funeral services were held lOW or SALE .\ 0 0

Palm Beach and Lester Mc Jan.Church 9 in of the Lake First Butler Baptist with .\\ $1 6 8

:Millan of Lake City nine the Rev Melvin Owen and the Whirlpool FREEZERS
/grandchildren and 12 great- Rev. John Grant officiating.

grandchildren. Burial was in Dekle Cemetery I
Funeral services were held under the direction of Archer
:Monday( in Archer Memorial Funeral Home of Lake Butler. $
Chapel with Brother Samuel
Long officiating. Burial was in C4 Whirlpool
Crosby Lake Cemetery, with lie*'. Charles :McKinne]y

Archer Funeral Home) of Lake Rev. Charles Laurie F I

Butler handling McKinney, 63, died January 7 :
arrangements. after suffering a heart attack. R
I Rev. McKmney served as
Anthonv Cermeiiuro an outreach Minister of the 0 I
Church of God, and was a s''

Anthony January C.7. Ceremenarodied He was 81. retired Construction employee Company of Triest \\c I %tt0 I

Born in Italy Mr.
Survivors include his \\.GG
Cermenaro owned and widow, Mrs. Elizabeth r..
operated the To-Rena Motelon eta
McKinney of Starke; three
US-301 north He has lived daughters, Mrs. Charlene
in Starke for 28 years and was of Graham Mrs.Gulf 11' F
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