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 20, 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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Sweetest Strawberries This Side Of Heaven98th

38th Issue ThursdayJanuary 20, 1977 Copy

Anderson NewPrincipal


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r4L : k c; 4ss Jockel PlacedFor

the second time in as

many meetings Superin- .
tendent Tom Casey met
resistance from the school

board over staffing some administrative plans New Planners

Monday, but this time he
wrangled an approval from
the board.
After some discussion the ToPlotRollInCity'sFuture
board okayed the interim
appointment of Bradford High
School Assitant Principal C.C.
Anderson as principal there;

and the temporary assign-
'- ment of former Superintendent -
Richard Jockel to workon -
Mrs. Thelma Bush lifts daughter.Sharon, so the five year old can get her first enough to coat sidewalks and tops of cars. It was.the first snow here In some 20 implementation of the Meeting for the first time sentatives and a local

touch 01 real snow, years. Educational Accountability Janaury 13, the recently planning official the role the
Heaviest snowfall was apparently west to east from Lake Butler through Act. organized Starke Planning board will play in the city's 11-
Hampton to Keystone Heights. US 301 south of Starke was icy, causing cars: to Casey had recommendedthe Board heard from city repre- point comprehensive plan.
Those are real snow flakes falling on Call Street In Starke about 5:30 p.m. skid and leaving some In the ditch. Luckily, no one had been injured through moves after the board Citizen input is required by
Tuesday. Flakes had fallen since about 3 p.m. but about dark it was snowing hard Wednesday morning front the slick roads, though there were some wrecks. rejected his original admin- the state under the Florida

istrative lineup Jan. 4. In it, BEA QuietOn Planning Act of 1975 to fulfill
Jockel was named director of local planning requirements.The .
County Awakes To White World Wednesday elementary education, a new planning members will
position, and the BHS Future serve without pay for stag-
.., principalship vacated by gered terms to be decided by

"Would you believe it? SR 100, but winds blew it to on US 301 north said many iced over, and the sheriff's Tuesday morning's low of 20 Casey was to be taken over by the members at a later date.
Snow. In the Sunshine Statel"was several inches' accumulationin roads had ice patches early office reported three was recorded at 5 a.m. and remained present curriculum director The Florida Planning Act of
the startled comment of many areas. WPXE Wednesday morning. US 301 accidents there Wednesday below freezing for five Charles Francis BargainingAlthough 1975 calls for each municipality -
one Illinois native as she reported 19 degrees at 4-12: from the Prevatt Creek southto morning, all minor. .hours, climbing to 32 by 11 The board rejected the to prepare a compre-
peeked out the window the Alachua County line Francis nomination on the they will not dis- hensive plan to be submitted t
Tuesday night as those unfamiliar a.m.The snow was pure delightfor was solidly iced over, with Snow started falling in a.m.The bitter cold experiencedhere grounds that the high school'sclosed close their next step Bradford to the state before July I, 1979.
little white flakes most, with many children skid marks cries -crossing the flurries at 3 p.m. Tuesday.The for the past three months campus policy was not Education Association offi- The plan must cover such
kept falling and falling. here never having seen snow median attesting to the snowfall stopped about is believed to have made this adhered to when Francis was cials are apparently con areas as land use, transportation -
before. It was a new sight for driving conditions there. dark, but resumed with the most frigid winter of this principal previously, and that vinced their contract squabblewith housing, solid waste dis
Former Sunshine State many older hands, too, the renewed vigor about 1 a.m. century. Tuesday's snow was there had been complaints of the school board is not posal and utilities.
would be more like it this last snowfall in this area County road workers, withno Wednesday morning and was reminiscent of, but not as students roaming the streets. yet over, in spite of the fact Function of the planning
week, as snow fell over most having been some 20 years equipment or supplies to still falling lightly at 3:30: a.m. ;severe as, the three inches Saying there was no such that the board this week board will be to guide the
of northern and central : .. san j had to settle local .,' position in the present county growth of the community over
,ago;-' *:*' ; positioning giving residents a whit Crtfciai. } 'Iell here in February, refused-to negotiate further. +
F1orlda'with 'accompanying'temperatures ,for themselves landscape to look out the 1899 'and remained' on the 'school staffing forumula, the BEA, union representative a' period' of"time. It will
in the teens. Things were less than along 301 with "yield" and"danger" window at when they arose ground several days. board also rejected the Jockel of the county's 200 plus function differently from the

Starke's low for the week delighted, though, for law signs in an attemptto yesterday.The Two inches of snow was appointment teachers, planned an zoning board, although the
enforcement officials who had get motorists to slow down. Before approving Monday's first chore will be a land use
reported in February, 1958, executive council late
was 15 degrees, reported at snow was the climax of meeting
the forestry tower on SR 100 to cope with a rash of Union County roads were in three days of below freezing climaxing more than a monthof recommendations, the board Wednesday, in which possible plan for the city of Starke.
east early Wednesday accidents on ice slick county even worse shape, reported weather. Monday morning'slow temperatures in the 20's. questioned whether the high further legal maneuvers will Appointed to the board by /
It not record roads. At least 10 minor the sheriff's office there. SR was 22 degrees at 730 Snow flurries have been school could be run by only be discussed. the city council as a cross f
was a ;
low .11 degrees was reportedin accidents were reported Tues- 100 east of Lake Butler and SR a.m., but mercury dipped to 32 reported several times since two persons. (Anderson'smove BEA members voted 89 31 section of the community
day night and Wednesday 121 south both describedas then to the princlpalship from a list of 25 names, each
Dec. 1961. The snowfall was were at 11 p.m. Sunday and notably in February, Jan. 12 to reject a contract
measured as one half inch on morning/: "terrible." Main Street in remained below freezing for 1973, but not enough to stay on leaves one of the two assistant proposal from the board. The councilman submitting five
The Highway Patrol station Lake Butler was completely 14 hours. the ground.CityHasMoneyProblems. principalships vacant.) union then sent a letter to the names, were: Walter Wescott,
"Do you intend to run the board, asking it to return to teacher, Harold Davis,
high school with only two the bargaining table, but the banker; Eugene Matthews,
'ijJlf: unutlt ri cr people?" asked board chairman board refused. representing the news media;

Arthur Gaskins. "We Board members voted Dec. Lucille Payne, principal; J.E.
\ have budgeted three people 30 to adopt the original salary Tomlinson, banker; Julius
/ \ there; everyone tells us we schedule it had proposed in Royal, leader in the black
,\ need three people there..why August, totaling$206,000 at the community; John Schmidt,
II I don't we have them?" time. However since the retired from the electronics
I Casey replied the situationwas salary increase did not go into industry. Also appointed was
a result of board action, effect until the December Joe W. Williams, an
But Books In Good OrderIn and that he was confident the period the board has saved pay apartment owner who did not
1\\ J I administrative staff, some SbS.OOO of the $206,000 attend the meeting, and Marc
including himself, would lenda Jackson, who could not
total_ pay package offered_n__ __ _last___
hand at the high school when City Councilmen Joe
spite of a few items that the city code and an examination was not present at the substation, in which this was needed. He said the situationwas School board negotiator Warren and Harold Epps will
need correcting, the city of of city council minutes meeting.In not done. temporary, until possible Eddie Douglas said that as far serve in an advisory capacity
Starke's books are in good showed a conflict with respectto relation to hardshipcases Other recommendations by legal action by Francis to as the board is concerned the without voting power.
order, accountant Pat utility turnoffs. The council Farnsworth reportedthe Farnsworth included one that reverse the board's decision is is Tomlinson was elected
Thursday Jan 20 Farnsworth told the city had established a hardship city has been allowing the city claim administration resolved. completed negotiating Teacher process chairman, Wescott, co-
council Tuesday night. committee to rule on cases continued utility service to expenses on its CETA contract "We're trying to conduct the raises, ranging from $400 pay to chairman, and Mrs. Payne,
Bradford County "Starke is probably no unable to pay bills, but that hardship customers without that borrowed or loaned high school with as little $2.300 for individual teacher secretary..
Hospital Boardof better or worse financiallythan function is provided for in the making provisions for funds between accounts be disruption as possible," Casey according to are Sam Mutch of the North
Trustees other municipalities its city code, said Farnsworth.The payment of the overdue approved by the council, that said. "I feel this Is a workable already in effect.experience Central Florida Regional
7pm."Hello size," said Farnsworth. "Like ( audit was for last fiscal account lie recommendedthat personnel time sheets situation." Earlier, BEA spokesman Planning Council has been
every other city, you're year, and the committee is no customers pay each differentiate between regular, Noting that the school term George Loper said the working with the city council
Dolly" having your problems due to longer in operation.) monthly bill and a portion of overtime and holiday hours, had only 90 days left, board tract offered by the board con-was a land use plan. He
Opens Friday inflation..you need to pay Farnsworth also suggested the overdue bill each month. and that the city repair water member Pat Spengler said it unfair in view of the fact that present to the planning
Runs Jan.21-22,21-29 very close attention to every that bad accounts be transferred meters to allow for more was probably better to put non instructional personnel board three maps that have
For reservations dollar that goes out" he said. to a customer's new In his report, Farnsworthsaid accurate meter readings!! and someone familiar with the received a 19.9 been prepared during various
phone 964.6046 Farnsworth gave the account if he establishes one. the city would have to be more revenue. high school in the principal'spost increase this percent anu pay stages of the work.
Dinner 6.7 p.m. council a lengthy report, Unsure of whether the council careful to call for bids on In other matters atMonday's than to bring in a new administrators an year 17 Mutch told the board it
Curtain 7:30 p.m. including several suggestionson could transfer a commercial items costing over $1,000, as council meeting person. percent raise. The board's should "protect the housing
improving the city's bookkeeping account to a residential one, outlined in the city code. His Chuck Keister of the North "We have an administrator proposal was for an that is already in existence,
Saturday, Jan.22 he said the council should seek report noted an instance, the Central Florida Regional available in the system who is 11 per cent pay raise.In average. protect the Integrity of the
He said an examination of the advice of its attorney, who purchase of a fence at the new Planning Council asked forcommissioners' no stranger to the high the absence of the con- neighborhoods "and remind
approval of school," Gaskings interjected them it is bad planning to use
Luncheon tract, the schools are being
honoring several changes in theCouncil's commercialization."
"I'll accept (Anderson's strip
Louise McMullian bylaws. Both were appointment) if tell me operated under the same rules Planning board memberswere
School that contained
State CommitteesTo are in the con-
president .
Advisory approved.One you can run the high school tract. Board attorney Jesse to receive copies of the
Delta Kappa GammaSociety was a proposal for the current
with two people, he said. Wolbert said that since the map so they can study
Council to begin planning on it and make recom
12:30p.m. the formation of an Economic The vote was 5 0 on the rules are not an item of con- mendations. Members
Meet Next Tuesday 7 Development District, which Anderson Appointment. tention between BEA and the they would try to get others agreed to
Monday, Jan. 2< ,. p.m. Keister said would Improvethis On his other recommendation board his recommendationwould participate in the planning
.. be
to operate under the
area's chances of Casey said he wanted board.. When a tentative '
Union County School' Maximum input from the committee to the school cerns. Generally, the receiving grant money from Jockel to work with the already agreed upon. agreement is reached on a
Board Work Session on public concerning school administrator. These meetings, have been limitedto the federal government. Educational Accountability land use plan, the board will
Budget programs is the idea behind committees have been the committee and the local He Act which requires school Icy Roads Cold hold open discussion with the '
School Superintendent Tom meeting at different times at administrator. commissioners with figures districts to document student zoning board and the public.
Tuesday.. Jan.25 Casey's announcement of the each of the schools to advise The committees are showing that, of grant money skills competence more A large map will be
first School Advisory the principal of their con- provided for in the Florida allocated to southeasternstates extensively. He said Jockel's Close Schools! available at city hall for the
Committee meetings Statutes, and are assigned the over the past ten years, salarv would be equal to that public to come in and be
Bradford School' Tuesday, Jan. 25. Brooker function of advising, Inform- only three percent has gone to of the Director of Curriculum, Until Tuesday familiar with so they may
Advisory Committee Robbery ing, suggesting and re Florida, which has a good 25 and that he would be paid have input into the plan. The
7.1:30: p.m. A uniform agenda has been commending.As percent of the population of from excess administrative Due to icy road conditions projections for the 11-item
at each school prepared for the meetings at Suspects Arrested the area. As an Economic salary funds at BHS. and heating problems in some comprehensive plan are until
each of the county schools, outlined by Casey the Development District, the Mrs. Spengler, Arthur schools, Bradford County the year 2000 but will have to
Thursday.. Jan. 27 including local school topics, a Bradford County Sheriff's committees participate in the area would be eligible for pro- Holliday and Vernon public schools will be closed be reviewed, by law, each five
Union County school breakfast program, Department said Monday two decision making process jects requiring fewer Parmenter voted for the Thursday and Friday, Jan. 20 years to remain realistic.
Joint meeting 1976 77 State AssessmentTest juveniles wanted in through involvement in the matching funds, Keister said. appointment, with J.T. and 21, for students and U the plan Is not completed
"Dog Situation" Results and the purposeof connection with the theft of a assessment of educationalneeds In relation to the formationof Parrish and Gaskins voting instructors Superintendent locally the state can step in t
\ Commission Room the School Advisory pickup truck in Brooker, Jan. the establishment of an economic development against.In Tom Casey announced after the 1979 deadline and
Courthouse,7:30: p.m. Committees. Anyone is 13 have been arrestedin priorities, the planning of the district, Keister said the other matters at its Wednesday afternoon. complete it for municipalitiesand
\ welcome to attend. Indiana. educational program and NCFRPC would have to be regular January meeting, the A teacher planning day is withhold revenue sharing
Casey hopes the uniform The pair, both 16. are budget resources for it, the expanded to include more board recevied a progress set for Monday, Jan. 24, and to pay for its participation. !
Starke Planning agenda and having all suspected of having broken definition of goals and the minority members report on Phases IV and V at students will return to classes Mayor Charles Schaefer, on
Board meetings on the same night into Green's Grocery Store in evaluation of the school and Commissioners approved this BHS. Architect Craig Salley Tuesday, Jan. 23, Casey said. hand to thank the interested
7 Brooker late at night on the its academic effectiveness. item also. said citizens for attending. said
p.m. will result in more community said Phase V work is running Casey a highway patrol
involvement. He has 13th and stealing an un- The council also okayed the well ahead of schedule, and report, which predicted a 50 "the city must plan, because
requested principals to invite disclosed amount of merchandise. They will also aid in amendment of its planning would probably be completedtwo percent chance of snow today planning is our future." He
OJlje; CommunityAccwml all parents to the meetings, The two then stole a communication between contract with NCFRPC to or three weeks before the (Thursday), coupled with indicated the council would
S1latr' dank pickup truck from the parents and community, authorize all work already April 26 target completion boiler problems in some of the support the recommendations
which.will run from. 7 8:30: residence of Robert Cranford. inform and advise the school done on the city's land use date. Phase IV will be finished county schools, prompted his of the planning council.
I! .N.w lnwr 4 U_ p.m. They were arrested Jan. 15 staffs, and participate in the plan. When the city about on schedule, he said. decision to close the schools Mutch indicated the land

1 Ftdtril. O T..y.__."1..._.....Cor". Presently, each school in by Evansville drove Ind. police as preparation of the Annual contract for the panning The board approved two pay until next Tuesday for use portion of the compre-
the county has an advisory they through town Report of School Progress." (See Page 12) (See Page 12) students. (See Page 12)

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23 Local Elks Attend :

Palatka Banquet And Ball ;ffk7Yociai- 7JlaJJ !

Twenty three Elks and including a girl singer.
Elkettes of Starke Lodge 1802 Among the others present T
attended the Banquet and Ball were Exalted Ruler and Mrs. ( Wooly SocUly :Jitor 964.7608
in honor of Florida Slate Elks: George Dominianni, Past e ------..
President Charles Pride on Exalted Ruler and Mrs. r --- -
Saturday evening January15th. Vernon Nichols, Mr. and Mrs.
Nealy McConnell, Mr. and Women's Club
The affair was hosted l by Mrs. George Brown, Mr. and Barbara Godwin
Palatka Lodge at the Civic Mrs. Robert Wolff, Mr. and Has Library
Center in Ravine Gardens and Mrs. Martin Einspahr, Mr. Honored With ".\
was attended by 300 people. and Mrs. George Knoblock, d ., .. 1I.f ,,' ., Program"Around
Starke Lodge was honored Mr. and Mrs. Henry Spear, Kitchen ShowerMiss
with a plaque presented to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hall, Mr. >. the world today in
Exalted Ituler George and Mrs. Don Rawlings, Mr. Barbara Godwin, Feb. .t',...... ... 1 quite a different way -
.. .. ..
Domouianni for having the Clyde Keed.Eastern. 12 bride elect, was traveling with books" was the

second largest representation complimented at a kitchen I .7' .. ? -- _t -- .-- --. .. _-International' themeS for-the
present. Past Exalted: l Ruler > .,
shower Wednesday, Jan. 12 \,. at the last
and Past Vice President of Star Adrianne Gassett, given by Mrs.W.S. Glover and '''''" -."' program Wednesday meeting of the
Northeast District J.L Doylewas Mrs.T.H.! Slade at the home of '. Woman's Club of Starke.
seated at the dais with the SupperJan.22 Richard Denmark the latter on E. Call street. i"\ ] Mrs. Harold Davis,

dignitaries. ToldMr. Games with prizes were Bookmobile Librarian, and
Music was furnished by the No. 224, Engagement enjoyed by the 21 guests and Mrs. A, Russell Norman,
best band heard in a long Starke chapter refreshments served. Board chairman
time. Order of the Eastern Star, will and Mrs. James II. Library ,
They were a group of 21 Miss Godwin received her "4--- the program.Mrs. .
high school students from St. have a covered dish supper Gassett of Keystone Heights, gifts in a clothes basket presented. Norman gave a brief
Augustine called the Time Saturday, Jan. 22 at 7 p.m in announce the engagement of decorated with rolling pins, of the Bradford County
Drifters and played all the the Masonic Hall. their daughter, Nora fruit and polka dot ribbons. .f history She explainedthe
beautiful music of the big AllIasons! and their Adrianne, to U.S. Navy Lt. The hostesses presented her Public of the libraryas
band sounds of Glenn Miller! families are invited to attend.BIRTHS Richard F. Denmark, son of with a china canister set as a many from the Powder
Tommy Dorsey, etc., Mr. and Mrs. M.F. Denmark, memento of the occasion. .fA ,4? .ha Room it grew to the larger Sun Roomof
also of Keystone Heights Among those attendingwere 4 .? r
Pacs Woman's Club Building.
: the
A June is ,
wedding planned. Mrs. Henry Godwin, dr
Mrs. M. Thornton Then the library was givento
Miss Gassett will graduate ;
mother of the honoree, and the Bradford County
from the Keystone Heights Mrs. Ancil Griffis, mother of
tae and was movedto
Stork Shower Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Agnerof High School this May.Lt. the prospective groom. : Commission
second floor of the old
Ocala announce the birth ofa Denmark is a Universityof the
HonoreeMrs. son, Michael Keith Agner, (Florida graduate and is Bradford County Jail. Next
Jr., born January 6. Paternal presently stationed at the Debbie Thomas .... move was to the Register
and last to the new
grandparents are Mr. and
Naval Air Station in
Marlon Thornton was Mrs. W.H. Agner of Kingsley Jacksonville. Alltu chhaupt, mayor of McKinney Texas presenting Resolution of Commendation Bradford County Public
honored at a stork shower W.E. Bigham IIIToWedJan.21 to ('ynthla Cloyd and Ruth S. Morse 1110 I
Uike. ( 1'1) upon their retirement from the staff of the Library.
Tuesday night of last week ('ollin County Chapter of the American Red Cross. The first Bradford County
held in the Pine Level Baptist
Resemary 'hompson
Church Youth Building. Library Board members were

Hostesses were !Mrs. Owen Charles Hei nley Wed Dec. 31 The wedding of Debbie Lynn Ruth S. Morse Honored At ARC Retirement H.C.Mrs. A.Ritch Hussell, Mrs.Norman Virginia, Mrs.
Alvarez !Mrs. Mark ,
Moody Thomas to William E. Smith, Mrs. E. A. Hall and
Mrs. Jerald Baldwin, Mrs. the Addison home. Bigham, III I will be held Hazel Cressler.Today's .
Smith Rosemary Roberta Open House Jan. 7 In McKinney TexasThe Mrs.
W.T. Mrs. Lee
Eugene ,
Thompson of Spearfish S.D. The couple is residing at nt.I Friday, January 21, at 7:30 library board
Mrs. John Kenney, Sr., Mrs.
John Kenney, Jr., !Kirs. Jessie and Charles Elmer Henley of I, Box 310, Starke. p.m. in the Brooker Baptist Board of Directors of housed in the old Armory with dearest friends for their members are Mrs. Martha
Kicks, Mrs. Leonard Moore, Starke were united in mar- Church.A the Collin County Chapter of Mrs. Burns, Mrs. Morse and willing and dedicated Dorko, Mrs. A. Russell
Mrs. A.B. Whitehead, Sr., riage December 31 at 6:30: !Mr. Henley is employedwith reception will follow at the the American Red Cross Mrs. Clara Peek as staff service." Norman, Mrs. Ervin
Mrs. Dick Wheeler and Mrs. p.m. at the home of Mr. and Container Corporation: home of Mrs. Seletta Thomasof honored Mrs. Cynthia Cloyd, secretary. Mrs. Morse further says "I Andrews Mrs. Desta Dyal
Wayne Sapp. Mrs. Leroy Addison in Mrs. Henley is dinner cook at Starke. All friends and rela- executive secretary and Mrs. Later Mrs. Burns resignedand have loved) every moment of and Mr. Pat Farnsworth.
The walls of the room were Brooker. A small reception B & G Truck SlopSportsman's tives are invited to attend. Ruth Morse, Service to Mrs. Morse became exe- my work and praise the Lord Mrs. Davis explained the
decorated with "wl'lcomebaby" followed the wedding, also at ( World)I. Military Families Secretary, cutive secretary. Through the for the opportunites to serve programs of the library
designs. The refresh DUPLICATE BRIDGE with an Open House on their generosity of the Public that he has given to me including the new Book-
ment table was covered l with a CLUB RESULTSMrs. retirement on January? at the Health Officer, the Chapter through my church and the mobile. The library has an
blue linen cloth and was :bJ'lJou..l now ----------------- and Red Cross Chapter House in offices were moved to the American Red Cross." Outreach Program providing
centered with an epergnette Rhea Johnson McKinney, Texas. Public Health building when During Mr. and Mrs. books, puzzles and magazinesto
holding pink, yellow and blue Buddy Weaver of Miss Latain Herres Lora Francis were the Mrs. Cloyd completed 18 the Armory was again put in Morse's residence here in the prisoners in the county jail;
flowers and pink candles. Walterboro. S.C. visited his received minor lacerations winning couple at Duplicate years and Mrs.Morse 32 years use by the National Guard. '40s and '50s they lived at the Arts and Crafts shows; story
Interspersed: in the arrange mother, Mrs. Emma Reene and bruises in automobile Bridge Tuesday night. Dr. and with the agency. Mrs. Harry Mooty and later Crescent Court motor court on hour for preschoolers; moviesfor
ment were baby rattles, Weaver 'over the weekend. accident last Thursday night Mrs. Jim !Minesmger_ were '''The-'Chapter. .Board had Mrs. Edward Hall gave 301S which they owned and adults and children.
in Tampa.She spent the week second and Jeff Wrenshall and dedicated led. Mrs. Davis told of many
safety pins, stork and tiny previously presented the two volunteer vices opera
cradles. Mr. and Mrs. George end with her parents, Mr. and Dolly Kunig were third. women with plaques as office secretaries. Mrs '--Among f.tmr- -wany-"interestingrxperiermesthr
Huggiiis and members of the Mrs. Herb Herres, and went their Hall became volunteer accomplishments, Mrs. Morse has had on the Bookmobile.
The gift table further ------------- commemorating
carried out the baby shower American Farm Bureau back to her job in Tampa on services and the City Council Executive Secretary when was art active worker at the she travels KO miles per' weekto
theme with an umbrella over Federation spent last week in Sunday.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Rick Jackson of McKinney had honored Mr. and Mrs. Morse moved to First Baptist Church, .where seven stops around the
it with pink and blue Honolulu Hawaii. have returned to their studiesat them at a Council meeting Merritt Island. she was an organist and choir county. She explained Ihat the
streamers. On the piano E.M. Davis spent the Flagler College, St. January 4 with resolutions ex Mrs. Morse continued her director. She was president of schedule w ill he studied carefully
was a
Mr. and !Mrs. Amos Sanfordof weekend in Archer with her Augustine, after being home determine
for this to
pink blue and yellowarrangeml'nt pressing gratitude. Mayor Al Red Cross career there as the Starke Woman's Club year
in a baby container Astatula were weekend sisters Miss Mamie Andersonand for the holidays. Ruschhaupt proclaimed Volunteer Home Service two years and was a workeron possible additional stops. She
of Mr. and !Mrs. L.C.
under a large yellow guests Mrs. P.E. Stone. S.\1.EOW!; AT LEILA'S January 7th as Cynthia Cloyd Secretary for the Brevard the Bradford County said s'rviceas rather slowin
umbrella.The Early. and Ruth Morse Day. County Chapter. After the Children's Commission. w inter but when school was
Mrs. Carl Hurst had as
Mrs. Ray Billings of death of their son Richard, out in summer months the
Mrs. Morse her
55 attending began
and Robert visitor of last week,
Mr. Mrs. Tanner Palatka weekend Tuesday
was a guestof Mr. and Mrs. Morse moved to sl'r'ice1:4: great though
with prizes and career with the ARC in 1942 at
of Baldwin and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Dupre. !Mrs. Edward: G. Altman of Don Denton when childrenare
Texas to be their hectic many:
refreshments during the Starke, during World War 11.
party Charles (Fields of Jacksonvillewere The DuPres also had as Richmond, Va. who will be .
hours 7:30: and 10 Her first involvement with the daughter Sylvia.In present.After
p.m. visitors of Mrs. remembered former classmates Presents

Sunday Sunday visitors Mr. and Mrs. by agency was with Mrs C.V. McKinney, Texas Mrs. ProgramAt the meeting the club
J.H. Fields. II.N. DuPre of Live Oak. and friends as Patsy Ingleright in Production Morse served as a Grey Ladyat members were invited to visit
Benton. Service, making bathrobesand the Veterans Administration Gamma Theta the Mini Library v.hich'v.as
knitting sweaters for Hospital there. In 1163! she parked in front of the club
I Ir servicemen and veterans. became Service to Military Meeting house.

Later she became Junior Red (Families Secretary, a osttion- Rev DonUE'htorC"of the .The .Library:-.ha-s-many
Denmark Furniture Cross chairman, visiting the she held until her retirement Bradford County Sheriff's I Department resources to provide
nine white and nine Negro December 31, 1976. presented an interesting "Traveling with books" for
schools each month. In recalling her early years program on Drug the people of Bradford
These services and the with the Bradford County Abuse al the Gamma Theta 'ounty.
ensuing years as volunteerand Chapter, Mrs. Morse said, "I chapter of Bela Sigma Phi Objects brought( by :Mrs.
Company paid Secretary of Home owe a debt of gratitude and sorority, meeting January 10. Norman from the many
Service, now called Service to love to Bess Burns that I can The business and countrieshere she has
Military Families were under never repay for the patient, meeting was held at the program homeof tra'eled'n' used to
JANUARY the splendid leadership of loving training she gave to me Mrs. J.C Dukes v.lthIrs.: decorate the club for Unmeet
Mrs. Edward Burns, then and the example she lived Robert Alvarez as cohostess.Rev ing.
Executive Secretary. The before me. Denton I also showed A delicious salad plate! wasserved
Bradford County Chapter pro- "She laid the foundation and slides with his talk. at I the luncheon
I IP set a for to followed IJa short !business
vided efficient and pattern me use The next meeting will beheld :
compassionate service to the through these 32 years of Monday. January 24. at meeting presided': over by I he
I I L thousands of men being service to others. I count her the home of Mrs. Can Sir- I'residl'1I11's.: V .1. Spngler(
trained at Camp Blanding.The and Gladie (Mooty( ) and mopoulos in Keystone
Chapter offices were Marguerite (Hall) among my Heights.
Hospital AuxiliaryTo

Meef Jan. 24

The Citizens Council ForThe
'\ .
The Bradford
P ( ,' Hospital: 1 will County hold its
One Of A Kind ,.. ,,(;) Orderly Development Of 1f41/ general I meeting :Monday.
January 24 at 7:30:: p m. in the
Oil Methodist: Fellowship Hull.

Starke And Bradford The Tl''nilge'olunll'I'rs
LAMPS And CountyIn will serve as hostesses and
} will furnish the food lor Hit-

f October, I had requested ONE change in rezoning supper preceding I the 1111'l'tinttCORRECTION

for a total of 11 acres, to start a Convenience Store and

+ r Occasional TABLES an Electrical and Plumbing Supply Store. I did not The Telegraph regrets that

state on the application that ONE acre was for the the names Mrs. Richard I

+ Convenience Store, and the other 10 acres for other Whl'.ler.11.18 ton Miss:Susan Cynthia Thornton Thorn and

39 Occasional business development The Zoning Board denied my l1iss'il'k Ha/en were loll
TABLESLamp out those at tin-
among( serving
r request for reclassification of 11 acres, and recommended reception at the Stalnaker .

Tables TablesHex to the County Commissioners to do the same.In Kenney wedding in |he
January 13 writeup.
November, I clarified Zoning .
my Request, askingfor ------------ -

Commodes And Coffee Tables a change in Zoning for only ONE acre of land for the Mrs. J.H. Wainwright is

placement of a convenience Store. This was a new Request spending Tuesday to Thurs.day .
25 v.lthIr.: and Mrs.
Values From for Zoning; "as-the othertoacres''Were-- involved naw-and family' arriHcldr's Gene

1 '199SToM99S in any manner. Inlet.

TABLE In compliance with the Zoning Board's rule, I l'alll.\.lIo"

1 Sale Priced advertised for my Zoning change in the local paper. Route 2. lion 2!") l>-2Slarke
LAMPS From The Zoning Board met the following month, December,

for discussion of the Zoning change The Ih'arIr.: Olin
(Cannot Match) } 3 Citizens It looks like yon have some
$ 1 49 5 Council for the Orderly Development of Starke and County Commissioner*, or
$99To 54495 Bradford County some one down on >ou.
were so concerned that they did not This county I is shout ten

Sale Priced From even attend the December Zoning Board meeting This tears behind the lime in
fir. It and .II I is
p+rr>thing does
new request for zoning, was
passed by the Zoning going( to be that v.aUII. the
Board as they felt it was good for a growing County. taxpayers get wise and get
sonic of these County officials,
The Zoning board then passed this request on to theCounfy that hair been in' office so

Commissioners .for: their approval. lL... with the long_1 object out of 10udngJaxpaer'smoney office.

Zoning Board recommendatidn'for-approval.. for the administration

The County Commissioners met, and apparently of a Zoning Hoard, and thru
have the County Commissioners '
i3NMl1AK n could not comprehend that this request was different to disregard' their recom

from the first that they had denied. mendations.Highway .
100 Is a stair ro .d.!
We would appreciate it if the members of the Citizens it looks like to me it would be
Council For The better Zoned' for business.
Orderly Development in Starke and than residential. I don't i-re

Bradford County, would have the courage to sign their where a convenience store, or

names and identify themselves. any business would Increase
traffic in that area If ao I II Instate .
434. \\ Call
Since this is supposed to be a Council representing road I Is the place to keep

Phone 964-5827 Starke. Florida the Citizens of Bradford County, who are Its !members? It. Sincerely.Paul .


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Cause for Rebellion j+> .
! 9; Rotary Scholarships Offer Expense-paid Foreign Study Woman Dies In Rniforct Auto Crash "The average American no
, matter ha' he may sometimessu '
I '. The Starke Rotary Club is requires a bachelor's degreeor equivalent at time of commencement of award Shelley Riherd Griffis The accident apparently occurred Valedictorian of her Union or what I Is said In his name
I currently accepting applications equivalent prior to starting application.At least two yearsof studies. Work experience required became Union County's first close to midnight near County High School Is nut rebelling against' 'lax Inequities -
or inquiries regarding award studies. No work work experience required. : at least two years as traffic fatality in 1977 as the the home of her in-laws the graduating class in 1975 Mrs. lie Is rebelling against
I : Rotary Foundation Scholarships experience necessary. Age Age group 21.35 inclusive. professional journalist, if not result of a single-car accident Gerald Griffises. Relatives Griffis was a sophomore at the taxes!, period. He is rebelling
I which have a monetary requirement, 20.28 years Applicant may be married. applying under student status. early Thursday morning on found the wreckage after Mrs. University of Florida and a against property and sales'taxes. 11
value of approximately inclusive. Applicant may be 4. Teacher of the Age group, 21.28 inclusive; SK-S793. Griffis failed to return home member of the First Baptist lie Is rebelling against the hid- ,
$10,000 and provide the married. handlcappedrequires may be married. Mrs. Griffis 19, apparently when expected. The Union Church of Raiford. She was a den lax that inflation
recipient an all-expease-paid secondary school graduationor Persons interested In these lost control of her car on a County Sheriff's office loggedthe clerk in the Farmers and repre
year of study in a foreign 2. equivalent. At least two scholarships should contact curve as it was traveling southon call for an emergency Dealers Bank in Lake Butler. !sents. lie is rebelling against' all
country at t the university of his UndergraduateScholarship years of teaching the handicapped T.H. Slade or Col. Harry M. SR-S793: one mile south of vehicle at 12:10: a.m.The FLIP Mrs. Griffis was the wife of those itcnii/ed deductions from
choice. have applicant must required. Age group, Hatcher, Jr. immediately. Raiford,and one mile south of was notified and estimatedMrs. Michael Griffis and the his pa\'heck-aRain..t the fact
completed two of
university work prior years to 25-50 inclusive. Applicant may .... ." SR-229 near Mrs. Griffis' Griffis was traveling 55 daughter Mr. and Mrs. PaulM. that his 'lake-home. pay' liter- ;'ti'tiges '
These educational starting award studies. No be married. _l H '/J -' home. Her car ran off the mph at the time of the Kiherd of Lake Butler more and more from Ills
scholarship awards will be for work experience required.Age 5. Journalism Awardif, or, : gravel roadway traveling 104 accident. The curve was formal salary so thai his hard-
applicant employed requires marked for 45
the year 1978-79 and are limits. 18-24 inclusive. school yOoJ &z_ feet before hitting a parked won sage increases seem to exist -
secondary graduate or Rescue 51 from Lake Butler
heavy construction
divided into five eligibility Applicant must be unmarried. equivalent at time of application Young children; by the age of truck owned by equipment Berlie transported Mrs. Griffis to The fastest animal is the only on paper and ncter
classifications with qualifications Award 3. Technical Training ; or, if student, two 2 need other children, not Caoudill and Elbert Thornton, Alachua General Hospital cheetah, which sometimesruns find their Ha) into his pocket"Prof
as follows: Requires completionof years post-secondary study in just to have fun, but to learn both of Raiford. where she died at 2-30: a.m. as fast as 65 miles an In'inn Kti\lnl;
1. Graduate
Fellowship- secondary school or journalism prior to how to get along. hour. 1 ho \V.ill Street. Journ.il

Mark Olin Says Thanks To The Many People That Took The Time To Return A Petition .

The Response Was'Great However We Need More Signatures To Convey To Our County Commissioners That We Are Vitally Concerned

About Proper Zoning And Citizens Rights Please Get Family And Friends To Sign And Return This Petition.




We have. a Zoning Board that has the foresight to plan for the growth of Bradford County through Zoning. The Zoning

Board members have many difficult decisions to make, but these honorable and just men try to act with the welfareof l'

Bradford County as their objective. t tr
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The County Budget provides $26,428.50 for the administrative costs of the Board, but the Zoning Board members t

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 I

would benefit all citizens here in Bradford County.


I, as an individual, applied for a Rezoning Change on Junction' 100 West and 100 A, which would allow placement of a t ;.

convenience store. The Zoning Board investigated my application and granted me permission to start a conveniencestore

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

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

make these Board ever established?

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

I development.

I Need Support From You The Residents Of Bradford

County In Establishing A Convenience Store

At 1OO W. & 1OO-A


Clip And Mail To Mark V. Olin P.O. Box 27 Starke, Fla. 32091

We the undersigned disagree with the County Commission's decision to deny the recommendation of the County Zoning Board for approval of Mark V Olin's requestfor

rezoning to permit a convenience store at the intersection of SR-100 West, and SR 100-A We respectfully ask that the County Commission reconsider applicationand

approve the rezoning request submitted by Olin.





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UC Tiger JV Takes 1st Loss 1a

? In Double Overtime PeriodUnion

t County High's junior Roy Highland's 14 and Ray- Score by quartan!
ri varsity basketball Tigers mond Webb's 12 point effort. UC II II It 4 6-55
dropped their first game of the Johnny McGee paced Indian CC 14 t I 17 4 S-N yi h ,
Holmai J .2. 0.
UHS- Prlngl -1
i current last Friday scoring, with a uw-'i'm
season game high 19 I It,Webb S.010 Blount 2- 17. High.
night in double overtime to points, in leading the capable 0.2-2. Read 101.Total' 25.I.
Cross City but rebounded witha Chiefland JV squad back from s.
Saturday night win over 21.28 halftime deficit. David Cress City ,VanAtrnam 7-4-11. l t L:
Camay 4-0-1 Sl.pn.nion f 7 jj,
i; iw
Macclenny's Wildcats and Mathis and Jeff Long, who Kirkland 7.1 -7.Cannon I .5.0, Robton
continued their winning ways both contributed 12 points to 0-1 To'.lar 34-U-M.

# ; 4 Tuesday night with an over- the Indian cause, also helpedthe
J time victory against Chief- Chiefland JV overcome TIGERS 48,HI' LDCATS 37 r
land. the seven point halftime \ i

The Tigers, now 11 -1 on the deficit and go on to take the When a basketball team
vl :: season, host Newberry lead in the final quarter of .shoots 29.8 percent from the (

,1zj l ; y tomorrow night, (Friday, Jan. regulation time. field for a game it doesn't expect tl I y 1alE

4 21)), meet Hilliard ir.: an away Score by qu.r'.,.. to win too often. How- P
game the following night UHS12 It II I 4 it ever, Lake Butler's junior
(Saturday) and travel to CHS 12' 14 14 I SI varsity does. The Baby Tigers
f : Hawthorne next Tuesday UHS-Holmlil-O-l.. Prlnglii .J. U. beat visiting MacclennyBaker
Webb 0. U, Blount 4 -0.-1, Highland
: _:L evening. -7.14,Rod I 1.2.4,Totall, 14-7 .S.. County High's junior
k\ TIGERS! INDIANS: : : CHI EFLAND- Mathlt S-l-U. McGee varsity 48.37 Saturday night.
Tiger lorward David MO N.Whit..0.,. Long S-M2.Total>!. Leading Lake Butler re-
Blount's short outside shot 551 bounders were David Blount

with just 30 seconds TIC.KKS KKAKS) with 12 and Roy Highland with '
r :McRae/ allli l < Carob
4 s'b1lJ reek remaining in regulation time CHOSS CITI'-Union County seven. "Hello. Dolly" cast members Grover Howard, Marion Green-
knotted the score at 49 49, High's junior varsity basket Blount also led the Tiger Milner put the finishing touches on the hat shop sct'IIl'ln preparation for Friday's i opening
will !Ire ,Ian2122\ unit
and a long half minute of ball squad took its first set scoring attack with 11 points.Score of the popular mUhlcall'onlt'dy at the Starke Oman's flub. Slums
tough defensive effort on the back on the current season by Quarters: 28-29 at 7:30: p.m., with a buffet dinner from '-7. Tickets are 17 per pet'son.

part of Union County's JV five here last Friday night with a LB 10 12 11 14 41
set the stage for an overtime 60-58 double overtime loss to Mac 4 10 T 14 37 Tomorrow NightMusical
I Shoot Winners "Hello
Hoop shoot out in the Tigers' 55 51 Cross City's JV Bears Scoring: Dolly" Opens
victory over Chiefland's At the close of regulationplay
Indians in Chiefland the JV had battled LB Albrltton 000. Blount 4-3-11, Goodowns, Jerry Guswiler,
Tuesday squad
0-0-0, ., comedy hits center Tickets for the play are $7
\\iiinrrs in the local Hicks Highland .Z. Holmes S010 -
"Hoop Shoot" competition a national to 48 48 deadlock. Kevin Neel, Lisa Reddish and
night. a Both Jenkins 00.0, Prlngle .-0.10, Read 0- stage tomorrow night including the
per person
basketball free throw competition sponsored by the Elks C'lubs, Blount, who finished the managed four points in the O.Q-, Simmons 0-0-0. Tlmmont 1-3-t, (Friday, Jan. 21)) as the buffet dinner.In John Sa mons,
tra\<'lliMl to Augustine> last Saturday Jan. l.'i, for district Webb 1-1.7. Team totals ZO......
contest with eight points, was first overtime, and the Bears popular show "Hello Dolly," addition to Sylvia Conducting the orchestra
level competition. winnrrs front Macclenny Oivtnt l-s-7 Jonas, H. S*
are from left
row : John one of six UHS with a finally won a hard fought will be Mona Canova, with
David Williams cagers 0-10 KId,S 000. Jones A.0.0.0..Srulse 0- opens for the first of four per Reddish and Don Neel: cast
'rand.lIlh..ny and Kay Allen. Second row: hand in the scoring outcome in victory by outscoring the 00Oarmer 3JRoblnion 0-0-0 formances at the Starke members are Sandi Sanders, Sarah Jackosn on piano and
Hope Jackson Ethel: Bass and Kenny Clark. the Tiger victory, Three UC Tigers 8-6 in the second over- Holllns 0-1-1, Jones, C. J.I.f. Ravuw 0-0- Woman's Club.Heservations. Charles Hall, Carolyn Canova, Michael Woodfin on drums.
Four local >ounJ.t"It'rsho participated in the district players finished in double time period. 0. Team totals! II-1!-77. are still Howard, Bill McKae, !Michelle Jornov is assistant
tourney, ha\e earned berths in the state level competition, to beheld figures. Grover director along with Debbie
available for this Carol
this Salurda '. Jan./ 22, al l.arKodvanclnJ to the state year'sdinner Marian Douglas, choral
Leandrew Pringle led the Woodfin director
theater production by Milner Neel: and
meet from Slarke are: Kay Allen Anthony Williams,
HopeJ.ickson for Coach Carl Dri Jessie Moore spotlight and
way phoning Mrs. Pat Spengler, Cynthia F. Morton, Joan
and "L:
Kenny Clark. Tigers with 15, followed lay LITL Li:LA 964-6046 or Mrs. Hazel Hardy, Hurst, Paul C. llutchins. Jeffrey Jockel/ stage

964-5070. Only a few ticket are Pauline Tanner, Judy manager.Household .
; Set For 7'iip left for the 21 22 and the
So./ilHlII/ ,11f'rting sclrt/. playis
11; tl1.. to l!Li: sold out for the 28 29, Mrs.

Managers and sponsors of cedures, including new fee Hardy said Wednesday.Last HotlineBy I
Starke Recreation Department charges and the use of ball week's Telegraph
adult men and fields, will be discussed. incorrectly listed curtain timeas Becky G''..beig best buy when it conies to
women's softball teams are -by Neil Crawford 8 p.m. The correct time is Your County Extension buying s\ hole chicken or
invited to attend an open 7:30: with dinner being served Homt Economics AgentQUESTION chicken by the part. There

meeting Tuesday Jan. 25, at 7p.m. from 6.7. Dates for shows are : I have been seems to be so much waste
in the Old Armory. Desk Spindles TDK OFFICE Jan. 21 22 and Jan. 28 29. aluminum: foil in (the with the purchase of a whole:
New policies and pro SHOP. Ph. 91.576"; Most of the Bassmastershad W.T. Smith says he plans tolL There will be no matinee this using bottom of oven, but my chicken. I Mrs.: H.ll 1I >
Ask another tough day e some dynamite the next year. my this is S\\ En: : The Food
Saturday. Jan. 15, at Rodman time he returns to Rodman. Richard Jockel is directingthe neighbor just told affects me the Specialist. Home Economics
Htl9.ka'k Pool, during the January lively, amusing comedy, bad because Extension. university of
Charley Do
rJohns fIllluel'OMIL I tournament. which is the story of !Mrs temperature control. you Florida says t that t hole
INC : 1 had to miss .this one, but Earl Muse is currently Dolly Gallagher Levi, playedby have any information?? (:Mrs.. chickens are usually a better

E. _.elBes according to the reports I get, holding down first place in Sylvia Reddish. A P.M.) buy than pre packaged cutup .
I miss much total points, but Harold determined ANSVMCK: : Aluminum foil
b didn't too as matchmaker. whole chicken or chicken
-r... those bass active. Branham says he plans to her her- used to line an oven may makeit
not Dolly practices art
I I" were on packaged bv the piece, suchas
.r-S Pat Welch he had take over the number one spotin self to impossible to get the correctthermostatic
;; -. says a trying snare Horace (highs! legs and breast
.bout I his Question) 1 :::rr.T --- rough day. tie says the only February.Earl Vandergelder, played by Don control. The howeverbased on the
sure has hung in there, thermostat is designed to
way to solve that problem is to Neel.: amount of moat I tlll'v111
"Manx motorists! return next time with a little says he plans to stay out in maintain a specific temperature the 'whole
because ol' their age, oar .- ammunition. front as long as he can keep a for the oven design and pruvidl'h'n
I I more chicken cost 4l! cents a pound.pieces .
occupation driving Kl-J UTILITY Dwayne Alday says he and supply of the deep running the construction materials.Foil good buys
are equally
habits or mural habits HI I Eddy Bryan found a few bass, "spot. \ makes a different t type of cents for breast half. t Ii;5
at -' .
Next: tournament will be set lining surface and thus
find it ditlicult tostiurv and sure caught some nice 3 cents for thigh and 1,1)) cents fur
very .
bream for the at the January meeting.Congratulations :7 creates a different set of
Auto Liability : as they jigged : drumstick..
bass. to Harold .y conditions. Foil used on oven
insurance from a local M'J At 5 p.m. all Bassmasters and Earl, also Wayne. They = ) racks can cut off proper heat lower\\ lirnou liMn the get(111m.pioces prlcrs.lull ill.

agent; at !standard rates. AF J ( .IIVI K.'XM. returned for the weigh in. sure do fish hard when it circulation. lire getting ;a i good lnilion \
Dot", the E. .. .. : : R'' ,'.,. Harold counts .
tlurley = 1M J I Branham placed first i \\ the thigh did I Irunisl, ickill
; with Earl Muse second. Tv,_ QUESTION'; ) : How can I
Johnmcnc> otter to elephant shrew of Africa (tachcdcust loss! moiU'V (Hum
L. : Mundorf landed the Bass Wishes. remove Stitch Witchery from
supply such nonstandard .1 Wayne weighs just six ounces! the drumstick ;a ilonn. it \is a
largest bass of the day Neil Craw ford my iron?? (Mrs.: G.A > leper since it takes
auto insurancepolicU's ANSUKK: : If a fusible or \ buy. only
r a a stroke 'of your knife to
? Other Models Available, plastic unavoidably comes in
M contact with the sole plate of separate the two.
E.JOHNSAGENCY. I would be well
\ (;l'I1l'l'allv1Il1
iron it with mild
Rural Fencing Ava"ab'e, your remove
PRICE s 17,6 63 abrasive liquid spray cleaneror ahead to I buy> \ whole chickens

THE GRAND CAYMAN *''n Bradford' Count commercial iron cleaner in quantity(, and he your own
131 SO WALNUT Reheat iron and glide it over a butcher This would. allow >ou
PHONE 984-5070 P O. Box 6217 Jacksonville, Fla. 387.4981 piece of wax paper to restore to cut. sort and I n'l'll' parts in
32205 smoothness.cl'KNTION. packages' convenient lot
(different uses

( : I frankly am
confused:. about which is I the For lurlhor ml or ma I ion
concerning your household
write 10our Counlv
Ett' Teal Electric Extension: Home Economics:

Agent I' O) I Drawer HUH:!
1 Electric Work At It's Best Starke. Florida (men.:! or call
Price Reduced this !HiIj! .>.V4. This service is I roe In
';4 139 E. Call 964-7423 everyone race color without or national regard origin to

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January 20,1977 TELEGRAPH Page 4

Tornadoes Roll 64-45 Past Braves, Go Cold Against Rams

Despite a slow start before BHS scratched to make mistakes.The tall ES- late. With 2:50: left Aldridge'sdrive BUS missed chances on one-
easily handled them 59-54, BHS travels to Buchholz period opened, and then subs
ford and four foot and-one foul shots, a possiblefour
High basketballers The Ramg had a 14 point 30- roundballers tried to throw jumper
went though the BuS five came High of Gainesville tomorrow continued to pour in the bas- i
I easily by Palatka South 64-45 alive and put a scare in the night (Friday Jan. 21)). The kets, going 17-14 by Palatka. 16, halftime advantage. BuS passed in proportion to their made it 5053. That was as scored points,field while Eastside
but couldn't shooters missed the close as BUS got though two goals as the
overcome a cold Rams in the fourth period. Tornado five has entire height, and; the ball went wild.
first half open Andrew Carter led BHS with baskets much of the Eastside felt the pressure clock ticked away.
going the fourth
Tuesday night as The split left BUS: 7-6 for the date next Tuesday, Jan 25, By period BHS -=-
Eastslde of Gainesville just as season. after a with Bolles was 16 points on eight field goals going for-37 in the first half. had trimmed the Eastside - - -
mostly from the side. Kenny BHS opened the third period lead to 11 3445. Then
cancelled. BITS will travel to Hampton and David Walker with a press. It proved Aldridge began to hit from PANELING I II
St. Augustine next Friday
each had 14 points. BUS was effective but differencewas CENTER j
the outside and to drive in close on
night, Jan. 28, and return I II
T home the 29 for 76, or 38 percent, from too much to overcome. the Ram zone defense. _
next night, Saturday -
the field. Walker had 8 rebounds Missed free throws late in the
Jan. 29, to meet Bolles Carter 6. game didn't help either. But BHS came alive too
for the game originally led Palatka \
Jesse Milton BuS speedsters Kenny Score by Quarters*
scheduled Jan. 25. South with 16 William
points Hampton and Freddie I I II
Neeley had 14. Aldridge met with BHS II' 4 120 54 1
up some CS U 14 II
IS 50 '
KllSffl South 45
BUS beat Palatak South 55- bigger Eastside basketballerswho "
BHS Aldrldgo w.1 Carter J 0 4, 4' 18'' I
The slow start again 47 in an early season contest. were just as quick as Hampton ..0.IB, Walker, 401, I I I II
they. The BITS didn't Cummings 1.1.1. Totals 23.454.Eulsld.
Palatka South left the BITS pair .
Jones eI is Tlton/ 11-4
Score by QuartanBHS
five down 8-2 with over three have much success stealingthe Brawn 10-4,C.mplHtlll.o.2. Kan James SHiETS :
II 14 20 17 44P
ball at first, but under the ..... I I
minutes gone in the first South 14. 11 14 *t .7. Hutchini 7.2-5. Hudson 111 Hill _
period. Two baskets by center BHS pressure Eastside began 1-0.1 Total 21-.5. .
BHS 3.3. Carter 0.0.1
David Walker and one each by Hampton 7.0.1.,Godwin 20Wolk.r',
Andrew Carter and Freddie 1
2.1. Cummings I 0 1 King 1.1.1. Hall I-
ttF Aldridge brought BUS to within 0.2. Tolalt 21d.a4.Palatka MIKE MITCHELLVAR .
one point, 13.14, by the end Soutti-Milton 5.0.1 U Brown.
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nadoes worked out a 14-6 half against Eastside High of III "".1""'"
second period advantage to Gainesville here Tuesday 372-4251 .U rtrr('n 372-4251
tI take a 27-20 lead into the half- night were as cold as the VAUGHN-JOHNSON CO.
.r time. weather outside the BHS gym.
BHS widened the lead with a Eastside toyed with the Tor- "More Cars For More People |1140 S. Thompson St. OPEN SAT. 9-3 964.5711 I I
20-11 third period advantage. nadoes all the first half,
Coach Warney Adkinson leading 16-12 after the first Than Anyone Else"T( Corner Of SR. 100 Starke __ .
cleared his bench as the fourth period and scoring seven -TIf -- -

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52-48 In "Annual" Win


Bradford High's junior varsity demonstrated exceptional / COLD CUT
basketball team won its quickness, said Coach (teddy $13Z
first game of the year Friday Cox. BIRDSEYE SAVERGLASS FLANNEL SHIRTS
night. 52-48, over Palatka
South but was brought backto Score by Quarter r
reality Tuesday night when BHS 0 g II 17 -34 SUPERSEAL
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junior varsity over nine ofa nip and tuck fourth
minutes Tuesday night to period the BHS junior varsity A
score against Gainesville five hung on to down Palatka 2 STYLES
Eastside in Tornado Country. South's Baby Braves 52-48 in -
The final score showed it, as the local gym last Friday, CAKE
the Hams won, 6234. Jan 14 It was the first BHS 2/$1 00
BUS was simply beaten in JV basketball win in over a / V_
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outscored 200. go back to Dec. 12, 1975 to
The Hams demonstrated a count a win, that one also over LADIES
smooth flowing offense the Palatka South. LONG SLEEVE 2 COLD ,
entire game. Eastside's Tom Churck Colbert's driving / o o
Jefferson and William Godwin layup put BItS up for the final $ 1 \ e
benefited from the style of time, 49-48 with 1-32: left in the TOPS }

play They scored 12 and 14 (See Page 7) 3PANS rl

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Frazier Bass with 12. He was! 97 97 t
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,...,URAPII January 20.1977


BHS Wrestlers Take Palatka South, I BHS Girls Drop To 0-4

Fall To Central, Buchholz] ] Grapplers"We're On, 44-24 Loss To PKY

priming for the Following him In the victory At 100 pounds Starke's Bill "I don't know what does committed 11 fouls to the
districts" Bradford High column were Meng, a 5-4 Aldridge lost on a pin by Tom happened," Jerry McGirff, Blue Wave's 15.
wrestling Coach Ted Jornov decision in the 128 class, Erie Langley in the second period. Bradford High varsity girls The Tornadoes are now 0-4
said following his Tornadoes Biggs, winning 21-3 in the 141 Then in the 107 category the basketball coach said on the season. The next gameis
41-24 victory over Palatka Tornadoes forfeited, while following squad's 44.24loss with Union County High in
Scuth's Braves here Tuesday category, Charlie Revel, who Martin Slocum was pinned In to powerful P.K. Yonge Mon- Lake Butler tonight
I night. clobbered his opponent 15-0 at the 121 class. day night in Gainesville. (Thursday, Jan. 20)) at 7:30:
The Tuesday night victory 147, and Bobby Smith, with a The Tornadoes started well, p.m.
marked a return to the win 6-4 heavyweight win. The trend kept up at the 134 trailing only 24-19 at the half.
trail for the Tornado matmen, At 188 Kenny Cruger tied 6- pound category for the However, they were outscored ,.
.co by quartaritIMS
who earlier in the past week 6. Coming up on the short end Tornadoes.Starke's Raymond '. ,- by 15 points in the .10 I 1 14
I blew an undefeated season on for Bradford High was Bill Altlridgeat Trainor got pinned by Keith wrt;, 't(; second half. PKY II 0 1 IT-44
losses to Palatka Central and 100 pounds, losing on Givens. At 147 Charlie Revel mfw : BUS had a cold night
Buchholz. a pin: Martin Slocum, who lost to Central's Willie Perry shooting No BUS girls IcorinotBradford .
;: -Johniofl 24.1 Allan 0-0-0
wrestled at 121 and fell 10.6, 180. Also losing was Henry Jii scored in double figures and Wllllami..1.'. COli'''.'-1.', R...' 0-0-
PALATKA SOUTH MATCH and Henry Pete, losing 17-2 at Pete 36.10 at 169, Kenny only three players scored. The 0,Murals 0-0-0 Malm' 0.00,Barry O-o-O
169.{ The Tornadoes forfeitedat Cruger 42-10 at 188 and Joe leaders Williams Hawkins -0 0. Tom tolalu' II -> -2..
Leading the for the ; i were Judy 24. PKV Barnard 0-0-0-, Haven 40.II .
way Lazenby at 157, 33-10.
107 too
6' .. with nine and Francis Col- Andartan I.0.,, Mallory 0-0-0
Tornadoes 41.24 victory over
:. : .. trane who netted nine. Tramatora 0-0-0-, Bowl.4.MO Jackson
"'. .
the of Palatka South BITS, currently 3-2 in ..
Braves .
... .'!" ..... However the Blue Wave J-O-6.Tu.n.0.12. Bradwall 000Hoi.
here Tuesday night was Joe regular season action, was to "" ton 1-a-2. Turn '0'.'" 21-2-44.
had three in double
Lazenby, competing at 157 PALATKACENTRAL have met Oca la Vanguard late ." ,. and persons six who
pounds, as he pinned James :MATCH Wednesday. Friday, Jan. 20, ." figures players and NEED TO MAKE SOME
Hallee at the 1:S1 mark of the the Tornadoes tangle with scored. Haven Turner LABELS? Buy B Dymo Label
second period. Lazenby Last Thursday night Brad !Macclenny's Wildcats in Mac- were the leaders with 12 points maker. from ua at The Office
proved too aggressive the ford High's wrestlers were defeated clenny, before returning to each. Shop
48-12 Palatka Even though the BUS girls
whole match through. Once he by tough home mat action. A pair .of
twisted his opponent's back Central. Bobby Smith nearly pins his heavyweight opponent in Monday's Bradford High wrestling lost they did rebound well. The
like it was a piece of card. One of the few pleasant hap- home matches are set for the match against Palatka South.Smith won his match, and helped the BUS squad to a team victory Tornadoes had a total of 29 re Dr. R.E. DopsonCHIROPRACTOR
penings for Starke was at 141 upcoming week, with the bounds. Coltrane had 8,
board.Jornov said "Joe is the ,,,, -. ._
Williams and Jean
pounds when Erie Biggs won Tornadoes hostihg Madison 7 Betty
best athlete at Bradford 'I
High 33-7 Tom Meng also won by next Monday, Jan. 24, and "tJ1uD y 1 :-, ( hs"R.// Hudson 5.Bradford. 864 Suite C N. 301
since Larry Brown, a 1967 an impressive 23-3: in the 128 Palm Coast next Thursday, --? ;, ...... High also hit for 11 9 Daily
graduate the now tight Steelers.end for category as did Bobby Smithin Jan. 27 Both home contestsare .. ___-:. field goals to P.K. Yonge's 21.
Pittsburgh has six the heavyweight, 48-10, and scheduled to begin at 7:30: Well into the 17th century and possibly even beyond, it was widely held that the lower Each team made two foul 964.8018
the Lazenby season.In now. pins for Alan Montgomery! at 114, 123. p.m. animals: frogs, mice, insects, etc, were derived directly from mud and carrion. shots, too, while the Torna

the 141 pound class Erie
Biggs remained unbeaten 1
with 16-3 win over South's
Robinson. Biggs moved like a i
snake and proved to be much J>

too quick. Robinson injuredhis 16 OZ PLASTIC BOTTLE
leg near the end of the 1 :
third period and was waiting
for the match to end. SUAVE

The night's first match saw
Bill Aldridge of Starke against
Bradley Brown in the 100
pound class. Aldridge's in- }
experience showed as he was
in the first period. Fol
lowing it was a forfeit by the TIMED RELEASE ':: : YOUR CHOICE OF
Tornadoes at the 107 class. PROTEIN OR EGG.
4 At 114 Bradford's Alan QUARTETS SYRUP DM SOOmg.provldeconlin' -
Montgomery picked up the De ns thick phlegm, ,Q<2. uous supply o'' Vitamin JR.
action. He pinned his man in 1 reduce 50's Reg 2.98
runnystully Helps
the second period after a 7-0 4 Helps reduce R .7O" y112MIN, CHelpsreel219ough
first quarter lead. Another pin Lessensaneezing.. ,,, M 239 THE =-*
for Starke occurred at the 121 ,1 410 34 COMPLETE Suave
weight with Martin Slocum I CHILDREN'SCOLD '': punan 6 9
getting the win. Slocum
demonstrated good leg drive ''
and determination.In FRUTPAKCHEWABLE MEDICINEI! .r
Sffi 40Z _
the 128 class Tom !Meng
outclassed and outfought his ANTIBTROCHES VITAMIN C LIMIT ONE

opponent and won big, 131. fe !Meng proved to he faster and ;1"J P y110MiN U orange, DineaPPle .f,
quicker.The Deadenaorethria19
lone bright spot for 89 .:
South was at 169 pounds. Witha "'
11-4 lead in the second 4 r N
period. Henry Pete got pinned
by the ever-charging Jerrel FRUT-PAK SECONDS PROCTOR =
Thomas of the Braves. ,' nt2MNC CHEW ABLE #ry r

However, Ken Cruger got it faASALMIST ORCAPS :-- 1 Y VITAMIN C :': ELECTRIC GAF

going for the Tornadoes againin 24s r>ea 2.39'x 's 1n3tastytlavors1elemon. :r'
the 188 class, as he pinned OPensblocked orange, 395 ''r f JUICER PERSONAL 2
Palatka South's Clappic in the last. Helps 179 T \ -*' 500 mg Reg ,;;
amuses (
second period after taking a 4- nasal relieve congestion. J5U 98 .,,.,. 7
0 lead in the first stanza. e 20 ec Reg. 1.18

heavyweight's The final match go saw at the it. w 8 8 8

Starke's Bobby Smith blew De f WHEATAVIMS :fxr: 10 CAMERAl.
James Flint off the mat and De I / HighDOtency 12 vitamins, ::,t, : ; !
won 10-3 in the third period. $IrI J$ PROMPT i 7 minerals. K'rSK'&Tsw natural y..,; REG. REG
The trend in this match was r"a TABLETS ; .; ;. 13.99
the same for the entire night. HEA DACH gspumtreepam ; .
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That is, the Tornadoes out. si+ reliever.200's cgg :Sfti:
hustled the Braves. TABLETS :$+

the Charles 147 category Revel,also capturing won in a 0 ? y Y 24 Decongestant tablets. 3ft v PROCTOR SILEX GAF SUPER 8

close Bradford 9-8 decision.High is now 3-2 on BW peg. i- { TOASTER OVEN TRUE.TO.LlFECOLO'R BRIGHTER. RICHER. JMaAWIEFILM

the season. t

Bradford High's wrestlerslost /
a heartbreaker last Free
Saturday night to the W I
Buchholz Bobcats 28-27 in a rS = 2-WBa! 19

home match. THERA-
However, in one way it wasa ''''' : Tpera ge'rlls REG, l
big night for Starke H GARDS A =2aea .
athletics. Joe Lazenby set a .
school record as he pinned his High pofencynlamins, lc ,- ke
man in just 20 seconds in the 00'sRe9 495 r 200 CT. R\:
157 class. Ted Jornov, Brad- tormula. Ss"s 5 HOLE r BICYCLE
ford wrestling coach calls c- ; FILLER
Lazenby "a pure athlete." 369r VITAMIN cFH REG. 1.09 ,

Also looking good for the De CARDS
Tornadoes was Alan !Montgomery K PAPER /

in winning 7-0 at 114. BCONIPLEXC 7 I REG. OR PINOCHLE|
C REGULAR 99c {' 1

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g You need Vnamm desire; 1 -_
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100's Reg. 5.99 l li OF a _
Girls 42-23 BOTTLE mg t
VITAMIN E De > 250-250
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Bradford High's junior varsity BOTTLE OF BOTTLE 100-400 1 OF I.U. 479 UL 259 f I
girl's basketball squad 126 .
evened up its season record at I
2-2 thus far on a 43-23 Monday 260091.u. r49 AMAZING Reg 1.69 Reg 3.49 4.0UNCE
night loss to P.K. Yonge's '::: ::' 1 NEW FORMULA OF BOTTLE OF ELMER'S GLUE 100 Q. POKER CHIPS |

Blue Wave JV in Gainesville.The 5.98 BOTTLE 250.500 mg.
Tornadoes were still in '" Reg

contention,at trailing the halftime at that intermission S2SME:: SW 1 '..0OF. KELP & LECITHINB6 :, 100.50099 399| SQUEEZE PLASTIC <

point 2113. The BHS girls had rt.' +"f KelP LecithIn.vitamin ." ,, BOTTLE. REG.
spotted their PKY hosts to a 28 8-6 and Cider Vinegar t,. 269 Reg. 5.49 .:aa REG. 75cDUO FOR 1 19METAL

12-8 first quarter lead. 8 523j Diet. :; De .. vitamin 81 Beg
But the third quarter action 6e i. w ::W
saw PKY pull away to an 18 ..a:?;:; ::; Reg. 1098 3 TANG
point lead on a 12 point surge, ''' FILE!
while holding the Tornadoes to r'"r 1 'REPORT COVER rt
a single field goal. PKY edgedthe LOCK & KEY

BHS squad 9-8 in the final ..................2.21. 1Q/IOO/ REG. SIZE .
period to take the contest by % :5: f''> hlal' O-M ...76 ,
: c ..... ...1.49 ron .... REG.
the final 43-23 score. '' ?'' ADDITIONAL 8\\G An1iBMi11/0ee ....... .a=..1.1. OoP.InThroetlozenyee/8.. ......89. 22c FOI I REG..3 69
Sara Biggs led Tornado Sy'u.S o
point production for the r :':::f: Chlldr.n Cough ....1.98 Go Pin Spr1y4 20..--1.4.. ".......... Limit 10 I .
with nine followed by Janice outing 'r:<''f : r:;4 SSS-WsF:: .."...1,09 Antl BTroehee 4.a:.................1-69 GIANT Sill 20 411
Jockel with five. ,,:;rr.,r'.. Miss Jockel led the BUS rir:., ,,. :: Sinus H.. l 20r REBbUND "': DAMP.RID

evening girls in crashing rebounding in for on the the {,lfr.Y'. ': SAVINGS NOTEBOOK DEHUMIDIFIER,

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20.1977 TELEGRAPH; 1'lIgl' :

Tier Five. Take Chiefland.. 53-4Q.. Cross City 65-57. Loses 69-51 To: Baker:
- -- --- -- ---- -- -- - -- -
0-- --I;

Two wins,53-49 Tuesday Thomas after Tuesday's performance and Alfred Holmes each UIIS was down 12-8 after the UHS Perry '''.|.0. Molm.i S-O-IO they are a team to be feared, Offensively, Ford pumpedin game high 21 points here
night over Chiefland High, 65- which saw the Tiger chipping in 10 points. UHS first period. But the Tigers Johns Plltr l-J-4, White .-. '2. Biount "'.15. as witnessed by their 69-51 35 points, while teammate, Friday night, Jan. 14, in
57 over Cross City last Friday, five win-on its strong, 15 of 18 was 19-of-56, or 35.7 percent, outscored Chiefland 20-17 in Chlelland 0-11. Tolelit Powell If-ls-M.2-o.s. Bryant 40II victory. Joey Kennedy canned 15. pacing Union County High's
and a 69.51 loss Saturday to free throw shooting. Chief land/ from the field. Chiefland shot the second period and 12-6 the Anderton 2-0-4, Shoppard 1-0-4 Boysie Perry contributed 20 basketball Tigers to a 65-57
Baker High upped the recordof had four more field goals than 41.8 percent, 23of55. third period to take a 40-35() William'.2.'., Hudion 4.,.,.Totalii 21. Macclenny showcased some points for the losers. victory over Suwannee Conference
Union High basketballers to, LB but shot only 8 free throws Paul Williams had 14 pointsfor lead going into the final eight 1.41. ferocious rebounding and challenger Dixie
9-5 for the season. and made just three. Chiefland. The Tigers held minutes. BAKER 69- UIISSI exceptional Individual offensive County High. I
efforts. The Wildcats out- LB It 14'
Jesse Blount led VHS with Clifford Bryant, who had 51M The who led
VIIS 53, CI1IEFLAND49 Scon QuarternUHS The AAA Macclenny Baker rebounded Lake Butler 4222. cc. 24 It I 13.14 49 Tigers by a
15 points. VHS scoring was scored 27 points for Chief land by County Wildcats single point, 30.29 at the half,
proved to led 71174.Jackton
Slrmonn 0-0-0
LB- Perry
"We played" just well enoughto balanced with Paul White's 12 in an earlier game which LB I 20 Ii1 SI Lake Butler Saturday night on They Ford's were 10 rebounds and Bobby Leroy O-l-l, Whit. 1-2-4' Filer 04.4. put the game out of reach with
win, said Coach Jimmy points, and with Boysie Perry also won 53-49, to 12 points. CH. II 17 0 14 4? the Tigers' home court that Spatcher's 8. Johni 0-2-1 Blount 2 '.10. Tlrnmont 0 0- an 18-point, third period
0, Duke.. 0.0 0. Holme 2.04. Te.mtot.l. scoring surge, while holding
.L 11-37.fi. the Bears to just 10.
------- ---- ---- -- ----- Ford 'IS-9 19
--------------------- --- -- Mocc.Spo'chor 2 0-4
Stoutemlre, 7, wet 4 0', Kennedy 7- Coach Jimmy Thomas had
IIII t MS, Rollln 000. Teem total,! 11769. double figure scoring from

964-5757 964.6206 Bradford Home Owners IIII In the first quarter Ford of three his Tiger chargers cagers had, a while hand six in

out 16 I
came firing scoring
Prevent Trouble Before It Starts IIII points, and helped Kennedy the Perry scoring and outcome.Filer in Joining double
control the backboards for the
II figures for the outing was
Horn Wildcats. By the end of the
IIII Paul White, who chipped in 10.
quarter !Macclenny Jumped l Floyd leathers, with 14
301 South of Starke Septic Tank $ /I ft 00 IIII out to a quick 24-9 .and Sylvester Collins, with 12,
led scoring for the Bears.
IIII Ford kept the pressure on
Pump Outs Lake Butler to the end, as he Score by quarters:
MONUMENTSDoyle II scored six fourth quarter
UC 17 13 II 17 U
TankService IIII points and helped Spatcher CC 14 'IS 10 IIScoring 27
BradfardSeptic and Kennedy box out the

M. Archer Archie Tigers under the backboards :
M. Tanner would be denied .
so they UC- Perry '.21. Filer '.1.... While
L.F.D. LF.D. rebounds. 5010. Holme! 4-01, Blount' 10-4
Jackton 20.4. Teem totem 24.1765.
CC- Oeathert '.2- Colllni 4 0.n.

"Within Your Means Now, Peace of Mind Always" Can 964-8121 TIOEHSdS, HKAKS57: McDowell, R. McDowell 1-0 0,Tooguo'404. Tlmmont'-9. Burton 1-04 I 01 -
Van Aernam 1-0-1. Teem Intel' 37-1-97.
Boysie Perry poured in a

Sharks" Keep

1 League Lead

In city recreation department -
MISS junior league boys
basketball the Sharks are in
first place with a fi-1 record
followed hy the Curias,4-3. and
BRECK I the I Kings and Hays both 25.
PERSPIRANT Four games were playedover
::::..: the past week with the
HAIR first January'14 between the
SPRAY ..k;.; Kings and the Cndas.
TheCudas u on by a score of
; SPRAY '' 8 UZ. LIMIT TWO :;; : fCKfRD 3U-2H.: The leading scorers
_] SALE PRICE, REFLECTS were Scott Hudson who
I 30cOFF LABEL FLUORID pumped in 19 for the Cudas
11 1 f
t.\; .. OZ.-LIMITTWO CRY .>.. rOOrH mid Kmmett Watkins 11 for
PASrE pZJ the Kings
4, LIMY' / Cudas Ilud&on 9.1.111.
::> 7:;v . . TWO 59,. Long 5111. Sullivan 204.
5T CARYL Tyson 113. Diggs 102.
t !n : RICHA ; Kings Watkins :;.1-t1.
RDS 1 Winkler 2.2.6, Griffin 2-0-1..
:' BALSAM LIMIT I Dyal I 1-0-2.
0: \ CO In t the second contest the
..... NDI"ONER Sharks, after suffering their
l !ii! !@@rr 5 9 'first defeat t last week, came
:.:.'. .......... JOHN hack to top the Ha 's. S2-41

..Jit::.. ..:::iiiiir!! ( I SON'S 4 Lending scorer for the Sharkswas
:-:::" "::::;:;::::;::;::;;::::" ..::::;;:::;;:!::1i;: :::f7 fr 8 A 0 Z Chuck Johnson with -II
$1 ; :::... "':;:::;;:::::;;::;:::::;:::::;:;:;::':" .,:::::;;::::;:;:;:;:::;: I q.t..c... 8 rO'L lM TWO/ ,Tf Mays had Todd:Ufl! points..Jackson of the

. 59 Sharks Johnson IU-3-41.!
. . !McDulfie 215. LeMire: 2-0-4.()
EK .
F SELFPROPELLEDM;; Jr TEFLON COATED mlI! If!! I Richardson Rays 102.Jackson 14-1-2'J.

\ POWER MOWER ,4-. yr ,., FRY PANS ]!!!!1 TOOTHBRUSH FIRI14B/RISrLES/ / Gissy Norman; 102.The {)306.: .{) Slocum :2-0-4.! .

.' 221 INCH CUT-3h' H P "\ ::::::::. I . .IMIT'46RIGGS&STRATTON4CVCLt ; lust game) January; 17
NON-STICK AND NON ;:i;?: "-; . .. ; ,. sav Tthe Sha'ksVIII ..vloseIxif
MOTOR ADJUSTABLE CUTTING SCOUR CLEANING :::;:;:;:. . 9 ,.\U: user the King3IJ.I/ ;:;!.
I HEIGHT FROM 1 TO 3 PERSOHNA Leading scorers in the ameW'J't.

7 IN. SIZE 10 IN. SIZE 1111111li! r DOUBLE '. Chuck Johnson of the
Sharks with :27! points
rRAC" Emmett: Watkins had 17 poinls
', 199 I' r RAZOR WITH 1 BLADE \ for the Kings
691REG Sharks Johnson 12.3.27
11988 177
/ .
REG :i:1:;! / r 1 pNEG McDulfie .19.aron 1-0-2{)

E 259 299 ::;;;.: .I EPSOM Kings Wiitkms B-l-17.'
099 ,4188 ::::: m Winkler :3-39.: tJrilfin 1-1-3.:
;::;; 4 La MILK Denton .113..
SALT In t tight second the
a game
5 SHELF JUICER AND JI1 . . R.T L / Ciulus came out over the flays
8 . :II4-33; in the last t low seconds of

tin game
ETAGERESELF 11 1! { SElFTAICING( Leading scorer f for the
IE lOOD Cudas was Scott! Judson with
DURABLE PLASTIC EASY TO '. PRESSURE "-79 Hi points Todd Jackson
ASSEMBLE 12 x30 ,66 / I / HOME scored :!.t points I lo lead t the
1 BRIGHTEN UP WALLS AND 1 CUP IS 't.S 1 'r tilleV'aurnoilgilen/ KIT Bl COD scoring dnlor the Rays.
FULL cssure I [ PRESSURE Cudas HucNon li-4-ll.
r"r"os I '"
PINT CO/1e/ Longl7.: Iiggs2.6.
( .i3 cups) K IT :. \ Sullivan 1-1-3.: T\son 1-0-2'
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OR PEANUT t the end of the third period
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LIMIT I TWO Iwskel by Hen floss a driving
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1 B of Ross Kin ;Miller. Curtis
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ALUIIIIIIIUIlllNAIlDU :: !I'alatka drew louis while
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99 118 CAR WASH BRUSH .it; IIj .minutes The Braves tied It "('i..Jti -
on '\\0111.1 I goals with ;2 4.>

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HEDGE TRIMMER GLASS ASHTRAY the face of a spirited liltS

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I j :I1j Palatka South 17-10 in the
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I ,,' January 20,197'l

Dr. Jack Hand Evangelist To Speak At Church Of GodThe Glover Named Hernando Co. Chamber Head

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Now Presbyterian Minister Bill Glover, owner of the family Glover still plans to the Starke-Bradford County ,
Reverend Haskel Jen- than 100 new churches were Homestead for
Restaurant some
in continue on with his business Chamber years, '
i f rr kins, National Evangelist for organized during his tenure as Keystone Heights, was re- as usual in Keystone. retiring from it as past. I
Dr Jack G. !Hand assumedthe State Director. i I
the Church of God will con- cently selected as the Claore Garvin and Linda president.
minister duties at the First duct special services at the When not engaged in executive director of the Her- Austin will act as co-
Presbyterian Church in v Starke Church of God, on religious services, Jenkins re- nando County Chamber of during Glover's ab- He had previously appliedfor
Starke two weeks ago and he January 24-30 at 7:30 p.m. sides with his wife, Virginia, Commerce. sence managers at the restaurant and the directorship of the

I and Mrs. Hand are residing at according to the pastor, the in Milliard Ohio. They are the Even though his now pro- will still be under Glover's Starke Chamber a year ago
the parsonage on Bessent Rev. Mel Drake. parents of three children, fession will institute a move to direct supervision. but that appointment went to

Road. / 1 >11 Terry, Pamela, and Donna. Brooksville for he and his Glover has been active with Bill Wilson of Lawtey.
Hand is
Or a native of \
I Jenkins is widely known as .
Charlotte, N.C. After _
(from schoolin 1 r1 an effective preacher. He has tId SFCC Board 'It'
graduating a prep N.
Charlotte, Dr. Hand 1 1Rev. ministered in many religious SISTER MARY
received his formal educationat convocations, including camp Meets TodayGAINESVILLE

Davidson College and meetings Bible Conferences, Will/ read your entire life i without asking any questions, .
I Columbia Seminary.He ministers retreats, and youth The gives advice on all affairs of life such as Love, Courtship :l
also studied. at Princeton camps. board of Trustees of Santa Fe Marriage, Law Suits and Business Speculation. I

Seminary Union Seminary in Community College will hold Tells you Who and When you will marry. She never ..'./t,
Educated at Lee College,
its regular
monthly meeting .
Ni'Yoik and McGill fails to reunite the Separated,cause Speedy and Happy
Cedarville College and Dayton at 3:30p: .m. on Thursday Jan -
I niversity In 'anada Marriages, overcomes Enemies and Bad Luck of all \'
lie attended the third Bible Institute, Jenkins en- uary 20, at the College's 2 kinds. "
institute held for ministers tered the Christian ministry in Northwest Campus, 3000 N.W. h j\ :

,aid then \\ives at St 1943. He had pastored 83rd Street, Gainesville.All Located On Hwy 90, 2 Miles West Of Lake City a '11'.f
Prior to his
in Tennessee Michi- assignment
churches as a interested citizens are
I summer Vndrews of, Scotland t't72Or in the gan and Ohio. He was pastorof National Evangelist, Jenkins invited to attend the meeting OPEN:7Days-8A.M.To9P.M.: 752-0228 ; &.(: ;mJ

(Hand retired t and was the prestigious Middletown, had served five years as State which will convene in Building

i. elected Minister' Emeritus; of Jack G. (Hand D.D, Ohio church for eleven years. Director of Evangelism and F. Room 259.
Home Missions in Ohio. More
(he (First Presbyterian Church new minister of the StarkeI'resbjlerian
after 18 of service to the Church. ""'"
years ------
''ack on'llIlhllrrh

. Gospel Group Meets Jan. 21 FOOD ; :

hTAIIKE- The public is share his testimony as the invited -
for the
speaker evening.
invited to attend the monthly
dinner meeting of the Starke Reservations for dinner are .
I Call the
necessary. "Morning
Business Men's Fellowship Sun"Health Food Store at 964-
8976 or Ed Longnecker in
International, at 6:30: p.m.
January 21 In the Pecan Room Heights at 473-2702 by
12:00: noon Friday, January 21
nl the Garden" Restaurant.
for reservations. The
Lr W. Douglas Fowler, Jr., Charter
presentation and ministry
and! International
Director.urgeon 7:45 p.m. and no reserva-
present 'the Chapter's
('hartel'11'/ Fowler will also tions are necessary for that. SUPERMARKETS


II + THE You can enjoy this magnificent white-on-white imported porcelain china at a truly

MADISON l S'I'KKI'.TRex. : FIRST ASSEMBLY unbelieveable low price! Just follow the simple schedule and assemble service for four,

Brll''I'19T'. Charles(Il1t(11 Ss art= "the happy GOD church"Hwy COUPONS eight, twelve or more at the lower than low sale price. Remember one "Feature of

I'hursdaVisitation., 10 16at Weldon St. the Week" piece with eacbJlOO purchase!

!t in, 2 p.m 7 p.m. Starke
'<.;undu--Sullday, School SUNDAY SERVICES: IN THIS
q i 45 am Morning Worship Sunday School 10 a.m. Complete your set with magnificent
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6:15 a.m. porcelain overman...
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f l I'> in Evening Worship, 7:30.: Eve. Worship WEDNESDAY- 7 p.m.: t -. ON SALE AT ALL TIMES:

--" -- Youth meeting 7 p.m.

Bible Study 7 p.m. UP
GilA.\\. \I'11ST Pastor Robert Harden

Itev James Marling! Welcome one and alit I PVntr

..;l..DrSunday.. : School TO.

10 a.m ; Morning Worship, 11 FIRST CHRISTIAN:' 2 ROLL PAK '
.i i ,n., Training Union. 6 p.m.; CHURCH i KRAFT 3201 JAR I I SOFT WEVE 0'r
I"\ening: Worship 7 p m. Jim Love, :Minister

\\,EUNESlldWeek! : : Sunday: Sunday school. 9:45: $1.47 i MAYONNAISE 79V-i i TOILET TISSUE 29 $ i
1 Prayer Service 7:30 p.m. a.m.; morning service, 10:45: i
a.m.: youth 6pm. I I
group ; ,
--- eveningworshp,7 p.m.; choir ,. / OF COUFOM WIIM* 7 M CM +Iroopo+w.Iaucro opucnucwap J.J:: LffllMtMIt-OM WIIH* +waIUl.pp wpulp.urpnopuclunuom J.R.
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practice. 8pmWednesday ------ -- -------- -
\.John, Flynn night: Bible
study, (R p.m. _
SUNDAY, : Holy Eucharist .w. k"
ii\ .loam) Church School. 9:45: Bargains in Grocery ALL nEwS AND PRICES GOOD WED JAN II THRU
,i in ; Holy PJucharist. a m.EDNESI.11'
\\ : : Junior
M'MY: : 9:45: Church
hoir senior Practice Choir Practice 6'30: ,pm.7:30: ; School, \II a.m. Morning COMPARE PR,RKRP" 'Wrp vu J SAVE COMPARE "::'.1::KIV: .says

Worship with nursery provided WN L, ?RN51
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Handi Kitchen Bags 79 20' k Potted Meat 5/M/
Sunday school. IIO!):: School 10 a.m., Morning,
.1 i in, : Inol'ninM'worship., \11Ml Worship and Services for t the: nu CM*COMIIWNI
Deaf, 11 a m., Training Union, Tomato Sauce 3/M/ I t w

lliursd.iv. choir practice. 6:30: p m.. Evening Worship, ihi mi in* WHOLE KERNEL OK CREAM STYLE EveryDayLowPrice 30 e
MI: p.m. 7:3U: pm. Elegant Detergent 39 i 10

Wednesday Services: MidWeek RAIN 55(5 110 CAN
._ Prayer Service and 2/89"/ 11' ] BETTr CROCKER 16oz
-- -- Swift Chili
Bible Study, 7:30: p.m., Choir CANS 38918.5oz / Pantry Pride

First lja1)tivl. Practice 8:15: p m. Ml Libby CMi Vienna Sausage 3/M/ 1 29' CAKE

hUH'I:! SI'It'li.PTIST: :' CHURCH i N M tat CWTIMO Tea
Killer; T.C. Williams Whole Tomatoes 3/M/ 1 29' Bags

Rev. Ben Jln'RIII PMUM TON. tot CAN t COMPARE 10V Sic,.. up
"On the search fora Black Pepper 59 22- ASSORTED FLAVORS M4tl1" ntlH, MSUNI. NINE liu

"''l'ojUSunday;, : School friendly church?" SWIIT I MM III Breakfast Drink 99C 50 126

'I> I n a.m.; Morning Worship Old Dutch Dressing 3/M/ 1 41' rNim' MIDC' 'iflct COUNT
II 1 ,\ m. ; C'liurch Training 615m :I: Welcome to S m>rnaSunday Trash Can Liner 8ge 10
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School, 10 a.m., Beef Stew 796 BOXES nmu Jed
F 1'111' Worship Service. 11 a.m., Pantry Pride Saltines 45 9<

\\ I I' '>'.l E"\1: I) \\' : Familyil B T S. 5':45 pm.. Evening

upper. is I n: p msi Worship 7 p.m.
u d ;honl. Uorki'i. All visitors are warmly
,'1 (. \ s. It" 's. welcomed We preach the o' io ii' ii

\, ilt" U i"n Id! rnoiuls anti death. burial and PANTRY PR IDE PANTRY PRIDE
t o.j I 1'iirniK" / 'I!loin. of l.t'sul'l"l'clion i of the Lord Jesus PICKLED POTATOCHIPS TINY TENDER KOUNTY KIST

I''" I t 'i \lop indult choir Christ Come join us on the CORN3l
I I Lord's Day. / PEAS
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k{. < ,i iervices! will be Jerrv'D.Milton:
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I ii Ira road and \\ eldoni !IIi-t-636: s

oJ'i' .nuiiry 14, 15. 16 at 7 -. .ou.... .... ....
M'h night.services !MMIXY: : Bible School 10 COMPARE 100 KW. u... Bargains in Frozen I Health & Beauty Aids COMPARE .u...:;lIds", aye

will feature ii m. Morning Worship 11

.1 I Colms evangelist. II i in. Training Union 6:30p : ..IIIIKVIAI Ml .MM. Mill. CUtHI CHICK IUX 881 1 COMPARE -...:...R,. Yw.....s COMPARE ....MKIYY YYI y. MUHIIt VENN'
m' l h' nl Windy Johnson m Evening; Worship 7:30: PantyHose Coffee Mugs 3915 20.

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'ale \\Ell'Esn \\': Bible Study Mr mat nogMotor Frozen Waffles 39c Dentur Adhesive 79e 3477' '
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I'.islor" Hubert Harden ex- and Prajer 7 p m.. Adult Oil 49 IDEveryDayLowPrice F""ogle'lor"'s"Coffee s 219 ....
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lli.iIh wish 'to express their BUDDY BOY FREE .
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li ui.itiliuU1 lends fur sharing to their with many them who Our extended heartfelt thanks comforting to all PEANUTBUTTER Orange Juice / 1 20' : Arm N' Arm Roll-On 19 50' .

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sympathy and help in our recent .
and who have been so kind '
the loss of
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prayers. tiful service, floral offerings
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Blessings! on ( you 1t4r'
deeply grateful.
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wish to thank all my
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man\ kindnesses extended to last week. Their expressionsof (i---------- l FOLGERSJ r' .

us I bs our friends during; our kindness during my dis- I OREOCOOKIES II I I' SWEET 10 GOLDEN CROWN

,leient. bereavement; and. we ability are deeply appreciated LIQUID I
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i-iilnrcenieiit officers for One Wiggins
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t Mrs. : hi rr.:83------------ !Mrs. Sen in OBITUARIESBobbie I''

e Register Oil Grace Potts of Funeral services were held ;.

Mrs. Katherine B.Hoffman Survivors include a son Holy Cross Cemetery. DeWitt Eugenia ThompsonMrs. Moultrie, Ga.; 20 grand- Monday at the graveside in K

83, Kingsley Lake, died in the Joseph Kauffman of Kingsley C.Jones Funeral Home in children and seven great Melrose Cemetery with the
Co. Starke Nursing Home Jan. 13. Lake, and two daughters anda charge of local was Senia Eugenia grandchildren.Funeral Rev. LeRoy Olive officiating. J
Born in Yugoslavia Feb. 2, son of Ohio and California.The arrangements. Thompson 84, Greenville, services were held DeWitt C. Jones Funeral
1893, Mrs. Hoffman had livedin died Dec. 29 after an extended l December 31 in the Chapel of Home was in charge of ::1)

Starke for several years. remains were sent to Etta N. HendriethEtta illness.A T.J. Beggs, Jr. & Sons arrangements.
Gulf AntiFreeze Her husband was the late Leo- Barberton, Ohio where ser native of Cartusville, Ga., Funeral Home in Madison,
pold Joseph Hoffman who vices were held Jan. 17, with Mrs.Thompson was born May with Rev. Bill Edmondson and Lester C.

died in 1971. She was a memo burial in the family plot in N. Hendrieth, 82, Law- 22, 1892. She was a member of Rev. Glenn Collins officiating.

Special N_ ber of the Catholic Church. tey, died Jan. 13 in Shands the First Baptist Church of Burial followed in Evergreen HumphriesLester
I Teaching Hospital in Gaines Greenville. Cemetery in Greenville with

Anti Freeze. 375-1297! Ay'Vldy; ;';!>'5fc 9840061 ville, after a short illness.A Survivors include her Beggs Funeral Home C. "Hump" Hump- t

Gainesville &$& Summer Coolant ;:...,- ...,; native of Lawtey, Mrs. Thompson of Greenville; four 15 in the Bradford County

Hendrieth was a member of sons, Ralph L. Thompson of Kihertl llobpital. If
the Macedonia Freewill Tallahassee, Jack B. and Shelley Born in AtlantaOct. 22, I

$ Baptist Church. Wilbur J. Thompson of 1906,Mr Humphries was a retired -
369Ga WAYNE KINNEYSINCE Madison and Waldo D. Griffis civil engineer from Cecil
Funeral services will be
Thompson of Starke; three He
Field Naval Air Station.
1989 held Sunday, Jan. 23 at the daughters, Mrs. Ann Senkbeilof Mrs. Shelley Riherd Griffis, moved to Starkes 25 ago r.
Macedonia Freewill Baptist Sylvester, Ga., Mrs. 19,died January 13 in Alachua from Ft. Lauderdale.years

Fast Friendly Service Electrical Contractor Church, with the Rev. DanielL. Juanita Thigpen of Green General Hospital from in- Survivors include his

1/13 till a. hi All Y." llMM.il ...... Bright officiating. Burial ville, and Mrs. Marjorie juries mobile suffered accident. in an auto widow Mary M. Humphries;
will follow
308 S. Thompson St. 964-5888 in Peetsville Bailey of Greenville; two a daughter, Patricia
1/20 Quality Service State LicensedReasonable Cemetery, Lawtey. Chestnutand brothers, Curran Potts of St. Valedictorian of Union Humphries of Atlanta; a son,
prices Insured Bonded TI Haile Funeral Home are Augustine and Mayo Potts of County High School's class of Robert Humphries of Miami;
handling arrangements. Moultrie Ga. Miss 1975 Mrs. Griffis had lived
; a sister two brothers, Roy Humphriesof
her entire life in Lake Butler
before moving to Raiford Atlanta and Hugh
of Miramar three
Humphries ;
seven months ago. She was a
clerk in the Farmers and sisters Mrs. Geraldine Gorman -
and Mrs. Velma
Dealers Bank in Lake Butler,
Dameron of Atlanta and Mrs.
and was a member of Raiford
Mandelle Mourfield of
First Baptist Church.
FOOD Survivors include her Marietta Ga. ; and four

husband, Michael Griffis of grandchildren.A
Raiford; her parents, Mr and rosary service was recited -
in the DeWitt C

Mrs. Paul M. Riherd of Lake Sunday "I.
4rK 4 Butler; three sisters Mrs. Jones Chapel. Funeral ser
held in the
1 vices were Monday
Robert A. Weller of Pasadena
u.- 4 Calif. and Mary Brooke and Chapel with Father Patrick
} 4 FA I R Harriet Riherd of Lake Foley officiating. Burial will

Butler; a brother, Thomas M. be in Crosby Lake Cemetery.

You Riherd of Lake Butler; and
can comple et'
o maternal grandparents Mr. Severina BroglioMrs.
and Mrs. Edwin P. Carroll of

during this se n wry Charleston, S.C.
SUPERMARKETS"FEATURE Funeral services were held Severina Broglio 89,

January 14 in Lake Butler Graham died in the Bradford

First Baptist Church with County Hospital January 17 I

Rev. Hugh Walters and Rev. following an extended illness. t
Born in Italy February 16, :
Melvin Owens officiating.
Week Item Sale 1888, Mrs. Broglio had been in
WEEK'SFEATURE Burial was in Dekle Cemetery
THIS Price the United States for over 65
OF THE under the direction of Archer I
Funeral Home of Lake Butler. years moving to Graham
PIECE 1 Dinner Plate 59' from New York City nine I

years ago.She was a memberof
WEEK"promotion a> r/ 2 Cup 59' Josephine Murtiii the Catholic Church in New "


: 59 3 Saucer 59' Mrs. Josephine Martin, 69, Survivors include a I 1

DINNER of the Half Moon Lake area of daughter, Mrs. Enes Cam-
4 Fruit Dish 59'r' Putnam County died at her panella of Graham; a son,

PLATE 15 Fiorino Broglio of Long
residence Jan. following a
& Butter 59'nil
5 Bread
sudden attack. Island, N.Y.; two grand

Born in Marion County July children and two great-grand-
ONLY cydt will bt tip/attd thnuflmit tin praiMtiM 23, 1907, she had moved from children. ,
Jacksonville to Half Moon Funeral services are '

Lake in August, 1974. She and scheduled for 2 pm. Friday.
COPING WITH COFFEI PRICKS her late husband, Frank Martin January 21, in the DeWitt C.
2Ov OFF nary TMI lilT WAY TO COPS WITH TODAY HUH COPPII PRICIB IB TO CUT DOWN 1OUI had operated a fruit standin Jones Chapel in Starke with
AND HPIRIMINT BOMB MORI TRY STORI BRAND. COFPEB IP YOU MAVINT ALRIADV we are pleased to accept Jacksonville for many Father Patrick Foley offi-
B SAVINGS. PRIIZI ORIIO NDSS TO COST AB. MUCH PIR CUP AB OROUNO I INSTANT. years. She was a member of ciating. Burial will be in

... _. ... .... AND MAKE REHEATED COPPII IAIIIR. TO BWALLOW1 OR. JOIN TNt KIDS AM NAVE. A' Lake three sisters Mrs.
-< .o e nw ws ua a nn u rra n.n NOW GOOD ON ALL IMPORTED FOODS ALSO! ; +
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.00.000. rases wow.nuuw.o J:J GLASS OP"'1.11. YOU WONT SAVE MONEY OR CALORIES BUT YOU MIGHT PINO THAT. Mable Eargle of Lochloosa shows
___r__ ____________ YOU FEEL GOOD..AND WE ALL WANT THAT. -> Reeves of Ocala \ come longer -
Mrs. Myrtle
.--......-.. .' 'tt and Mrs. Alzada Mackey of than a year that'sgone ,
i, Bunnell and two grand- f
< PKO OftAOl .

BE.EF; 1 yr ? DRUMSTICKS, THIGHS CommunityNews
Super Discount 24 SAY ; }.''r, C BREASTS WITH RIBS 79<


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CORN FED LBEveryDayLowPr.ee i BO NA88 C by Elizabeth Givens Walker Young Junior Choir rehearsal,
7 p.m.; Wednesday, Prayer
f 31' 3 3 WINGS BREAST 3 QUARTERS NECKS 3 Super Discount ljONCOR SAVE 21 GIRL SCOUTS Meeting,7'30 p.m.; Thursday.

Girl Scouts in this area will Bible Study, 7:30 p.m. ;
FRESH or U D A CUD' A GUICN'OUN 1.5 LB soon be selling cookies for the Sunday School will\ conclude

CENTER CUT BEEF FLORIDA iii CORNISH AVERAGESAVE benefit of the Troop. Everyoneis services.


FUNERAL: NOTICE: Tuesday, Prayer Meeting
e 7:30p.m.: ; Sunday School. 9:30:
30 A POUND 'L8 Services for William Albert
ASSORTED U will be held Saturday, am. ; Fellowship }Hour 3
3 TO 5 LB I i A '.NAVY v(Al I'AHMA*,1*
PKG ,-,,-. ..tUH T.TE: AK MC'.l A< iOCHAHMMOIL > January 22 at Ebenezer Rev. Nelson delivering
Pork LoinCHOPS FATTIES MANSIZE PATTIE'. BEEF CHUCK us COWTINSPECTED Baptist Church. A native of message.

US GOVTINSPECTED OR < CUBESTEAK Lawton, Okla., and em- 'lIl'HCIIElder Sampson
ployed by Floyd Constructionfor White Tuesday, Prayer

CORN FED SAVE 21' A POUND La 99 $178 the past 20 years. Survivors Meeting 7-30: p.m. ;
include his wife Leola Wednesday Tarrying
Mency Albert ten children Service; Friday, Bible Study: 1

six sisters, one brother, and Sunday School, 10 am.;
six grandchildren. Funeral Morning Worship, 11 a.m.;
) tr ro zl' l9' :9 )a procession will leave from the Choir Union 3 p m in Putnam

home of his sister Mrs. Bertis Hall\
Lincoln :MT. ZION: 111CllvnCII : -;
Robinson City.
Hev Richard
The funeral services of Mrs.
Etta Hendreieth will be held Belhel Sunday School, 10

OK 4- Sunday. January 23 at 2 p.m. am.; Morning Worship 11
99 in Macedonia Freewill Baptist a m.; Official Board Meeting
immediately after morning

service; Evening Worship, 4

B\PTIST--Rev JM Butler-

Bargains in Produce iAM LIVERANCEElder: Wednesday Bible Class Prayer; Community Meetingand

1r Singleton Sunday school, 10
Prayer Meeting
rnvan ri wiLfBvBi iv* a.m.; Morning Worship School
Sunday 10
U.S. NO. 1 PULLMANBREAD a.m.; Evening Worship 7:30:
Morning 11
** Worship a.m.;
WfalMW! pm.; Monday, Prayer Evening Worship 5 p.m.EBtEZIH .
WHITEPOTATOES Pullman's Meeting. 7:30: p.m. :; : \PTIST-
Sunday, 5:30: p.m.GREATER .
0OLOIN RIPS SAVI 5' L' Rev Leroy Davis Bible
BANANAS 14* OR Wh1f' PBnad FREEWILL IJ.\PTIST-- Class.Tuesday 7 p.m.; Prayer
Meeting Thursday 7:30-8:30
Pastor Jasper Williams -
SAV[ GRAPEFRUIT SAVE 121O Tot rehearsal, p.m.
Super Discount LOAF Monday, Tiny :NEW: B E: TillL:
j 7:30: p.m.; Tuesday, PrajerMeeting B\PTIST- Rev. L.R. Davis

5 87 C ; Wednesday, Senior District Board meeting
Choir Rehearsal, 6 pm.;
MOUNTAIN GROWN 47c LB BAG Thursday begins services for Saturday. Jan. 22, 10:30: a.m.:
Sunday School 10 a.m.; j
LB BAG US.NO. IMAINE the church's anniversary;
Morning Worship, 11 a.m.
D'ANJOUPEARS POTATOES',7 Friday honorary '
SAVE 12'FRESH combined Fellowship Hour 3 p.m.
services ;
Saturday the Junior Choir will .
& BPTISTRev.. Willie
sell\ dinners from kitchen:
FLORIDA WASHINGTON STATE Sunday annual church anniversary Huffman Monday Prayer
HID 0 COLOIN Band at noon; Wednesday, '
TEMPLEORANGES with Sunday School,
Dedication service,
9:30 a.m.,
GRAPEFRUIT Meeting; Sunday School 10
t *ui 1 nr-NBi M Famn u>M tami[5 as 4 SAY[ 11 a.m. with Rev. C.G am.; Worship services 11

1 \8loo Olympic Neal Stead 3 J tr McArthur and senior choir a.m. and 3 p.m. Ministers and
\ *< singing.Dinner at 1 p,m. Final
**mm SAVE Deacon union will be Jan. 28.
/ I ORDURAFLAME services will be held at 4 p.m.,
29, 30 at St. John.
English Muffins JI I jo with message delivered by GREATER: ALLENCHAPEL

Rev.Daniel Bright and senior IIERev.: R.(,.
choir singing. Everyone Heastie Wednesday Nonne

invited. Pullum Choir Rehearsal 6
ALL Tuesday. Prayer
Elder S.V. Cohens Tuesday Meeting
DRIVE and Class Meeting to I
FIREPLACE LOGS 157oz BOX 4902 BOX prayer service 7:45: p.m.; request all members cooperate -

POWDERDETERGENT Friday Tarrying service 7:45: with for first
LAUNDRY School, 10:30 project
,0 p.m.; Sunday Sunday In Feb. Sunday i
Worship, 11:30a : ;
School 10
1 2 m.; YPCW. 6 P m.; Evening a.m.; Morning
DETERGENT <* Worship, 11 a.m., with youthin
Worship, 7:45: pm. charge. Members are

PLEASANT GROVE- invited to attend Fellowship
Rev Willie Stitt Tuesday, Hour Mt. Morlah.
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Considering the .eriousnrss of lie( will be better attended than previous Looks like some of our cold fertilizers especially i .-l ;r "

I matter it is disturbing thai not! a single hearings have been. and wet records will be broken ammonia and other nitrogen ,gi "
this year.Seems like our cycleof sources just don't become
'interested"citien! of Starke chose to Citizen input is needed, wanted, and rain-cold-warm-up-rain available to plants at very low ," w
appear' at the t two public hearings le invited. In fact, it is required. Duringthe has been harder and more fre temperatures.All :' ,1

Gently hold on the city's forthcoming( hearings is the time to register objections quent than we have had in 1 W '
this is to that cold
recent winters. I understandthat say .
comprehensive\ plan. and make suggestions re some new records for weather has had its effect and '-'- '

According to state law on or beforeJiilv gal'tJingthe plan, which will be flexible cold temperatures and hours most forages won't do a lot of 'I I

1 1. 1 li!171.!> each: local government in and subject( to review and updating our below area.freezing are being set in until growing it warms and need up. However fertilizer Deck at Matthews cottage, Kingsley Lake.

!Florida :MUST adopt a compiehensive every five years. be sure to re-fertilize (if

plan for future !growth and development Some of the questions I get needed) when the weather r .. f __ lr _+,ryT
Those who fail to attend the hearings ,
concern the effects weatherwe breaks because, generally r
Once adopted it will ha\e"th force of '
:are like those who fail to vote, and then are having on our straw. fertilizer is the cheapest feed +;. .
law, and all I'utuio! development within \
Iterate office holders for their actions berries and other farming you can buy for your cows. \
the governmental unit must conform.II .
operations. The main effect on
elected. The best time for
: they are Speaking of cows it has
is the delay in
I \I'a local. govurmnent [lails to adopt a input is before the plan is finallyadopted. crops that should be taking growth place. been a long hard winter for }
Anything after that will be in'thl' them. Many cattlemen are in
I lompiclierisive" plan l IIy> the U!}7<) deadline of mortem. Cold temperatures don't the same situation with their

it will then he governed liy tin nature a post hurt the strawberry plant.. winter feed supply that many

r'omprehensive plan ol the county. If a However a frost or freeze will areas of our country are in

i oiint.v. flies not comply with the :act, the kill bloom and damage fruit. with their gas and fuel
Hoard Acts PromptlyTo Most of our strawberry plants supplies. That is, winter is
of Florida will
prepare a Cangtrehensive half and 60 to 75
are not in the bloom stage and only over .ti aa.
plan tsar it :and its linn ton Sure> Lakes no physical damage is being percent of the winter suppliesare f

t rating cities, assessing t tln cost against! done. already used up. (Having .
i he local, governments. to spend more for feed just P
The cold temperatures are when there is promise for
Sometimes observing other people's slowing growth of the straw better cattle prices is discouraging Ilse
This is not a matter(( of choice- is a problems can keep us from getting into berry plant.], however. Someof to our cattlemen at ?

ntatterof\t :MUST, :and the dl'l'i..ion"ll1ladt' the same jam ourselves. That seems to our growers are concerned the present time. _Wy ... ...W,
will a I'feet the \lives of every man, about this slow growth and the
In- the with the Bradford

unman, and child<1 in the community for Commission ease: which has wisely chosen County to size hoping of their for some plants.mild They days are fertilizer Feed for for livestock a crop.is It like is .:!'":!>.....,.,... '. .'.:..;0. '"<. ..;:.... ..

\i'ars to come.t'ach do something about the hydrilla problemin that will allow the plants to necessary for good growth It .. : :'- .. .::"""' :

hensive nnastinclude county lakes before it turns into a build up a reserve for fruit and production Kemember ;,'I:_. '
eoinpri threatening! situation.Commissioners production. you can't starve a profit in '. .
future land
such elements as: your crops or livestock. ,

use; I traffic t.ireulaliont showing existing! Weather conditions have ...,...J>,. "* ...

.md proposed' routes; sanitary !sewer, were probably thinking also held up growth and Weather conditions have .,...;.:. .... on_1.'.... .-..-Io-''.'' .. .

solid. waste:\ drainage and potable water ul'nearby Alachua: County as they production forages like of our winter and also slowed land preparation _,..... .: .JJl: 4t' ,'. .., .i4... .... .. : -... !:1
acted. At least lakes in rye ryegrass ... ; ., .. t--. to. .
two that .., .
facilities,\ ; conservation' considerations area. clover. Even though many for spring crops on some -i. ,. ..,. ..... : .
\lor natural ,and environmental! resources Orange and Ijochloosa have become cattlemen were able to let farms. However, some folks -
ruined for boating and fishing over the their cattle winter' have been able to get soil
; "recreation; :and! open space, : graze in fields
h"u..ingfor existing and anticipated |wst t several: years because of the reluctance pastures one time, most fields. samples some
between rains. Make sure you
have recovered
population; utility systems. and coon of !government officials to take not to be grazed again.sufficiently get your soil samples as soon Herb Herres home in blanket of white.

I iiution of the local Comprehensive action.H. as possible from your fields
Some folks have asked and pastures. Don t buy lime :::; :::::::::::::::.:::::::::::: :::::::::::::::'::::;-:-:->>: ':';.
plan with those, ul'state, regional( and A
other O\ I''nnwntll, units. use )in aquariums. but when it starts fields with ammonium nitrate You can't afford to under or ETTE RS 1jj i \KTKIt: : \\: ,' .u-\/HS. / 1

in lake takes it or a complete fertilizer might over fertilize at today'sprices. 1::: b> \\illiam SlIo1i1" 'f;
growing a shortly
particular imH| rtam-e to :Starke; very improve re-growth Of course :?: Countfitrails :::

, since t there, is no present ordinance: t legulaling over. The plants multiply wildly and this depends on the amount of Call or come by your County LET; THE PEOPLE: KNOW: .:;r: Serb ice OUict'r: t:$
make boat travel difficult and N
eventually fertilizer applied at or after
their location is a plan furrurrt'nt Agent's office in Starke if
I disaster. planting. Many fields have you Dear Editor from the St. James
fishing :a : version of
about soil
and future silt.for individual questions
I ample fertilizer and cold the Bible. Families of veterans should
mobile homes, as well as nmliile home\ weather is the main cause of samples or your crop Those of my friends who be aware of the Veterans

(I'Kirks, and subdivisions.The The problem is new to Bradford poor growth! Also some production program. know of my business ex Let division.us forget We sectionalismand are all Administration burial
County -- h 'drilla have only been dis- perience my career as a allowance available to former
> citizens of the
social worker and of my life as same country. servicemen and women.
City of Staike has! aln'adn'' coveu-d this year in Kowell and New Tele-service for ClientsOf a teacher and supervisor of Let us try: to compromise.

viewed two: suggested: land l use maps Sampson l lake and the Alligator Creek. education as well as my ex It is the duty of the elected The VA provides a payment

pl't'part.dith the assistance ol the Things are not serious yet but a delay of perience in politics have often officials of each political party of up to$250 toward the burial

:North; I'lorida! Uegion.il{ Planning two or three years would mean the loss Soeiul Security Saves Time asked what 1 have learned in each county to study the records expenses of ('ligible'eterans..
from people. Why, they ask is and character of the An additional $130 is availableas
(Council. hut neither of these met! with of t the lakes to sportsmen Maybe that there much a plot or interment
so bickering ar candidates that are
lull approval: ol the (Council. The most won't happen here, thanks to the county Social Security service to Claimants may use tele- guing and indecisiveness office in an imparted runningfor allowance when burial is nut
Starke has been reduced from service to file for benefits,
recent development was the appoint commission's quick :action. two days a week to one day attend to medicare problems. between politicians and the manner as well as to question in other a National Cemetery or

men! "I'a| ('ity Planning Com effective January 6, according or other social security people who have selected them as to where they standon jurisdiction cemeteries: of Federal under

mittee. composed of a cross section of It's I given the go-ahead for the Game to announcement by Errol TBallenforte questions- just place a collect them? all issues in the coming Government.
Commission of the call to Gainesville 3762575. The I have had to elections When this, is done
local Citizens, whose' responsibility willbe and Fresh' Water Fish togive manager answer
Gainesville district. them that instead of let all the people know the when the veteran's death is
is representing -
the in give
hand in
it eradicating plant
I the development of a t third plan a For those who do not have their constituents facts. If the people know the service connected. paymentof
eliminating some of t the obvious errors in the county, and to make periodic inspections Prior to the change, a Social phones, or who need further many politicians often are truth, they will make the an amount not to exceed

the preliminary. ones thereafter. Security representative was help, a representative will still. greedy selfish, easily led proper choice. We have extremely $800 will be made in lieu of the
at the Civil Defense building be in Starke on Mondays onlyat seekers of personal prestigeand intelligent voters in usual burial and interment
State law requires citizen With boating and fishing as popular as in Starke each Monday and the Civil Defense building the Almighty dollar Thisis this nation If they are honestly allowances.With .
the Thursday. Now it has been (Starke fairgrounds) from school and in and well informed they will
participation during developmentand true in politics
this and with the
the they are in t county, possible to cancel the 9:45: ; a.m, to 11:30: a.m. all levels of government from choose the proper candidates. the exception of
adoption comprehensive plan natural: beauty ot'our lakes giving pleasure Thursday visit due to increased the local to the national. followedour Arlington National Cemetery,
If these were
and it is hoped\ that when public to us:' all were happy to see the use of the new "tele- ::::::::::::::::: :::::::::':::;:;:;:: :: ::: : :; :::::: steps would be burial is available to eligible
hearings are :again! held to ,review the board acting prudently to ensure that service" by Bradford County fJ. Politicians seem nearly always "Garden country of Eden"soon and that a veterans at all National
and other ,elements of the plan they residents Ballenforte said. 3' to favor the wealthy and Cemeteries having
map of life will ('ontinue.tiliijiitit4. wonderful Christian verse space.
Teleservice | I VFD influential people rather than
gives individualsthe :: Kinsley {: which states "whatsoever Burial in these cemeteriesmay
opportunity to conduct 3:: si the vast majority who are be also authorized for
their social businessover :i: and blue-collared work- would that; men should do to
security poor eligible
i i Trains Iy{ Film and you, do you even so to them" veteran's wife or
the telephone on a toll- ers. Compromise good husband minor children and
would become reality.We
ORIDq free basis government that favor the under certain conditions,

4 "Most social vast majority are words that should recall the Lord's unmarried adult children.A .
security Training films on tornadoesand elected officials do not
many Prayer which our mothers
matters be handled
in/scour Q can as hurricanes were featuredat understand -
seem to headstone
taught us and prayed themselves or gravt
N iMWBllqNOf/ y efficiently by phone as they the first 1977 meetings Jan. marker Is
yqrON can be on a facetofacebasis 11 of the Kingsley Lake Volunteer Our forefathers set a great VA for from tie
," the manager said. "In pattern for good governmentwhen eligible veterans and
Fire Department. Finally as a public officiallet
L-- BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M MILLER addition tele-service provides they wrote that out memorial markers are
/ Publishers privacy and the convenience The films showed how to standing document the Con- actions the people that know by your are provided for certain members

Published each Thursday and entered as second pass Matter at the Post Office at btarKi cla undera of doing business in the respond to fires and overall stitution of the United States. dedicated, honest you and your of the active Armed Forces who diedon
client's own home at a time disasters. They did this work by com duty and whose
Actof Much 3. 1879 every action is guided by remains
are not
$7 $4 six months, selected for his convenience.. promising various issues. But recovered or
Subscription rate in arE! : per year: Christian principles. who
OiiUHln 'odd.1 area; $8 per!! year: $4 50 six months This beats a long two or three Meetings the second and most of the ideals of freedom are buried at seas.
n'OIte tl! ;.} 6.105) Starke, Fla hour wait you may run into at fourth Tuesdays of each fairness, importance of the in- -Vernon Olin The VA also on request will
the social security office." he month at 7 p m. Prospective dividual and justice woven PO.80x27Starke provide an American Flag to
added. members are welcome into the Constitution came drape ;the casket of the

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prayers them. the weekend with her son-in- Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Mosley
CHURCH ACTIVITIES Mrs. Fester Hicks visited Elizabeth Terry law and daughter. Colonel and and familyof Highland.
her brother-in-law and sister Mrs. William Wilson. Miss Arthurine Blanchard
Church of God: Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Owen Anders phone 782-3300 Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy and Miss Elizabeth Terry

School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- Sunday afternoon. Miss Geneva Wilkison of Lonnie Teston.Mr. Hogan, their son and were Thursday dinner guests
vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Henry Hodges Sarah, Hank Jacksonville was a Sunday and Mrs. Hermie Kelly daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. of Mrs. Frank Coss. *
Meeting Wednesday 7:30: and Mark attended the Stock overnight guest of her grand- visited their brother, Eustace Joe Hogan and son, Robby of Scott Tinsler is spending f
p.m. YPE Friday 7:30: p.m. Car Races in Jacksonville parents, Mr. and Mrs. B.L. Kelly of Bradford County Jacksonville, spent Sunday some time with' his grand-
Evergreen Baptist: Sunday Saturday night. Wilkison, Sr. Hospital on Saturday afternoon with their brother. parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- Mrs. Robert Lee spent Sun- George W.Teston of Land of afternoon.Mrs. in-law and sister Mr. and Steele of Monroe, Tenn.
vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. T.U. 6 Mrs. O.J. Anders.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Starling
4 day afternoon with her Lakes spent Saturday after- George Breslin and
t b p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednes- brother-in-law and sister, Mr. noon with his brother and Elizabeth, and Mrs. Mabel and Mrs. Fred Moore and family, Mr. and Mrs.
'! day 7:30: p.m. attended services at First Robert Rosier and Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Whetsel of sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Boyette of Jacksonville, spent family
v Faith Baptist; Radio Pro- Keystone Heights. Baptist Church in Starke Sun- and Mrs. Larry Norman and .<
e rw Yn gram on WPXE 8 a.m. on Sun- Mr. and Mrs. Maxie day and were luncheon guestsof Rhonsa Mrs. Ola Starling,
day. Bible School 10 a.m. Wor- Reddish of State Farm were Senior CitizensSenior their son-in-law and and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Star-
ship 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Tom ,
Sunday afternoon guests of daughter, ling went to Normandy Bap- *\
e Prayer Meeting Wednesday their parents Mr. and Mrs. Citizen Karl Hoist is electricity was turned off is Casey and family.Mr. tist Temple to see the movie I I >
7:30: p.m. Les McClellan. back home after undergoing appalling.We and Mrs. Hermie Kelly "FREEDOM'S LAST CALL"
l> r+ a tilYtl Grace United Methodist: and Mrs. Pierce Crews visited afternoon. The Rev.
e Mrs. Darlene Norman and major surgery for drainage of suggest that elderly con- Sunday
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Wore sons were Sunday dinner fluids from his left lung and sumers over 60 years old be Miss Enza Blanchard and Lester Roloff and some of the "
ship Services 11 a.m. and 7p.m. Mrs. Maude Rowe at Baker from the Girl's Home
guests of her brotherinlawand treatment for an abscess in catalogued by the utilities
Circle Wednes-
Prayer sister Mr. and Mrs. Carl the left lower rib cage. electric, gas, oil, andtelephone County Nursing Home at were there and sang.
day 9 a.m. Good News Rap Norman and sons, and Mr According to his wife Ada, he corporations and if Macclenny Saturday after The Rev. and Mrs. Leonard

Wednesday 7:30.: and Mrs. Leonard Norman. is doing well and we fervently failure to pay one month's bill noon. While in town, they Melton and family of State
Highland Baptist: Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Doc Mosley hope he continues on to better within a week after the thirdof visited their counsin Carr Farm were dinner guests of
School 10 a.m. Worship Services visited their sister Mrs. Loca health. Our club unanimouslyvoted the month, when social Colley. their mother, Mrs. Louise
A snowman at Hampton Lake? This picture doesn't' lie. It was 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Prayer Raulerson, in Riverside Hos- that a $5 donation be security checks are delivered Mr. and Mrs. J.F. Messer of Orange Park Satur

built early Wednesday by the children of Paul and Frances Meeting Wednesday 7:30: pital in Jacksonville Thurs- sent to St. Edward's Catholic should be investigated and a Robertson attended servicesat day.Mrs.

Meng In front of the Meng home where snow blanketed the p.m.Northside Church for a mass to be representative of any utilitybe Emmaus Primitive Baptist Patsy Hamilton of
ground. Baptist: Sunday day.Reggie Norman of Gulf offered for complete recoveryof sent to the home and in- Church in Jacksonville and Gainesville visited her aunt
Pictured with the snowman are Sally Scroggins and Chris School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- Hammock visited his parents, good health to Karl. quire. Maybe we could save a ate dinner at the church. Mrs. Rossie Reddish Monday.
Meng. vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Mr. and Mrs. Truman Nor Our first meeting of the yearon life. Just imagine an elderly Mr and Mrs. Lonnie Teston Mrs. Ruby Gayno of Ocala

The South 301 area of the county apparently had some of the Meeting Wednesday 7 p.m. man on Friday.Coleman )':. Jan. II, 1977 brought out an person frozen to death be- spent Sunday afternoon with visited her aunt Mrs. Rossie
heaviest snowfall. Smyrna Missionary Bap- Phillips visited his awareness of the importanceof cause he hadn't met one their son-in-law and daughter. Reddish Sunday afternoon.
tist: Sunday Services 10 a.m and mother, Mrs.O.J. Phillips and Senior Citizens Clubs and month's electric or gas bill of
Worship 11 a.m.
Danny on Sunday morning. their affiliates and the response -
7 p.m. BTS 5:45: p.m. Prayer Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl was spontaneous.We $18.This is where Senior '
Hampton HilitesDelores meeting Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Prevatt during the weekendwere have many Citizens Club are needed and -I

St. Johns Missionary School Bap- : Cecil Whitehead of commitments and we are involved important. Some of our clubs
tist: Sunday 10 a.m.
Kingsley Lake on Saturday within a great numberof have a telephone reassurance
Meng Mr. and Mrs. Francis Meng Worship Services second 11 and a.m.fourth and morning; their grandsons, organizations. This means program daily. But this work

phone 468-1915 celebrated their 29th wedding 3 p.m. on Band at Wayne Harper and sons were that we have to have a large depends on volunteers.
anniversary on Jan. 17. Sundays, Prayer noon Saturday dinner guests and membership attendance in order Without volunteer help'! our

MEETINGSThe HAMPTON ELEMENTARY on Mondays. Tommy Harper visited them to carry out the responsi- whole Senior Citizens organi-
public is invited to SCHOOL SCIIOOL NEWS Saturday afternoon. bilities placed upon us by zations would die. These self-

attend a meeting being called Since Monday, January 25, and Mrs. Frank Camp and Mrs. society. sacrificing persons do their
On Monday Tuesday
by the Trustees of the Santa is scheduled as a Teacher fourth Gene Pearson attended the We the Senior Citizens, area daily rounds, taking care of JL
Wednesday, Lawtey's
Fe Cemetery Association Planning Day, students may fifth and sixth grade students District Meeting of B.P.W. at minority group. We are the feeble, blind, ill, crippled, ,
January 20 at 7:30: p.m. in the enjoy a day of rest and participated in a basketballfree Flagler Inn in Gainesville Sat- constantly coming and going. etc. by means of transportation ohvsz.a
Hampton City Hall. recreation at home or help throw shooting contest. urday, where Mrs. Camp was Our ranks will swell sub to doctors, meals-on -

The Hampton Senior someone with a worthwhile The competition was among. selected as Corresponding stantially until the pill or other wheels, shopping consolation
Citizens Club is scheduled to project. all Bradford County boys and Secretary for the coming contraceptives and abortion and guidance to other organizations Junior Ecology Club

meet Friday Janauary 21, 7 Mrs. Earselene Zimmerman girls ages 813. Lawtey year. come to the turning point, to meet their
p.m. in the City Hall. Anyoneover who works as the school students placedin whereas death will be greater nei ds.
50 interested in enjoyingan Title I special reading the top three in each age Mr.and Mrs. R.W. Edwardsof than the number or births. Such is the task of our own Hey kids, join our Johnny :

evening of fun is invited to instructor celebrated her group and Anthony Williamswas Jacksonville spent Satur- That is a moot question. We Sick Committee Peggy and Appleseed JUNIOR ECOLOGY

attend. birthday on January 14 with a first place winner in the day with their parents, Mr. are still faced with those Walter Richardson who send
Karl Hoist a member of the good wishes from her studentsand 12 year old group. Anthony and Mrs. B.L. Wilkison Sr. living 60 years plus and whatto get-well and cheer cards plus CLUB coming soon to Guaranty

Starke Senior Citizens Club, is friends at the school. represented Lawtey at Dis- and family. do about them. visiting sick members in the Federal Savings and Loan J

hospitalized at North Florida Everyone at Hampton trict Contest in St. Augustineon Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Without Senior Citizens hospitals, no matter how faraway of Gainesville. Watchfor
Regional Hospital. Since he Elementary was treated to a Saturday, Jan. 15. Dobbs on Sunday afternoonwere Clubs under multiple names voluntarily at their own Association
has donated much of his rare magical sight on January : Mr. and Mrs. James nationally caring and expense. As good Christian details .. It's thrifty and It's
handicraft Mr. and Mrs. watching, the elderly would be people they fulfill the Golden
locally some 12. The evergreen tree in the Special recognition goes to Hollister Jerry
friends in this area will wantto parking lot was covered with the following students for Carmichael. Mr. and Mrs. in poor shape indeed. Tragedy Rule. fun!

remember him with prayer big sparkling icicles! Some their being selected as studentof Charles Dobbs, Mr. and Mrs. strikes our hearts and minds Our next meeting will be
and cards. looked on in amazement the week in physicial Casey Dobbs and daughter daily about the horrible condi- held at 1 p.m .January 25 at
Mrs. Virginia Cosgrove has wondering why only this one education: Michelle Sexton Terry, and son Casey Dobbs tions of the elderly in nursing the Pratt Street Recreation I Guaranty
returned home following certain tree was so adorned. third grade; Debra Griffis Jr. all of Jacksonville. homes by fire and neglect. Be- Center. It's time to get acquainted I IESU: -
hospitalization at Alachua They are still waiting for the fourth grade; Mona Crawford Mr.and Mrs. J.E. Mciver of cause we talk a lot, but do not and you are welcome Federal .-
General. answer from Principal Connie fifth grade; and Shawn Ocala were Friday overnight act. The recent story of a 74- Saving A Loan Aaaoclallen olGaliMavllle
Mrs. Sue Brannen and Mrs. Clark.The children did have a Hart sixth grade. guests of their sister Mrs. year-old man who froze to 395 W. Madison !_
Evelyn Vaughan enjoyed great time sampling icy Mrs. Sinclair, the school Wilma Wainwright. death in his home because his -Joe Kerrigan 964-5000

bowling in Gainesville on Jan. snacks from the icicle tree media specialist, has been
17. They are always happy to and watch the changing working with three assistants

have Mrs. T.F Brown appearance as the sun shownon from the sixth grade. The student -
accompany them for enter- it. Some of the ice assistants are Suzanne
tainment and accurate score remained under the tree until Ball Khandice Stroud and

keeping.CO'oiGRTULATIO'oiS. afternoon of the next day. Lesa Rowe.It .

: : Mrs. Carole Shields' sixth'graders teacher is a at practice Lawtey for to each send ,. E3U1 JJU lliJ Yb::

At the meeting Hamptoew.C4lyCouncil held; on' may be able to out dally work home when it .Is mill0 ill
shine their parents in current completed by the student.Parents .
January 11, it was good to news event. They have been should always feel r"ass
hear that the efforts of City
making a study of President free to call or come by the

Clerk Lee Farnsworth appreciated.report repeatedly Mary complimented work in Lee Auditor for making in Allen her keeping Mary outstanding Pat are his. other they elect happenings.Government take Carter's important place appointments Cabinet as well news and as as school children.follow-up thrown left if away at on Many they the the before would times work bus the stop of like papersare child their or to l e w 0rnml1: Ui)Q)[ ]]E ITJrn'1I'

accurate and complete arrives at home; therefore 1y'gt o-4

records of city business trans MONDAY Planning MENU Day. many parents of their child's do not work.If see. '
actions. J He remarked that it is TUESDAY, Hot dog on bun colu"w. samples B y rwrI
unusual for a baked beans. banana pudding, and milk any parent feels that they LOR 's7cDcIJ *
very the size of WEDNESDAY, Hamburger Gravypaachat are not receiving enough 41t h *
municipality m..d potato. turnip gran. samples of the child's work
have such ,
Hampton to corn bread and milk.
please let the faculty or the
which THURSDAY: Boiled bank rig'
efficient bookkeeping
: peanut bursar sandwich, toned Salad, staff know and we can follow- .
incidentally saves the city par cobbltr. and milk. up the reason at school. .iMa1
money by reducing the hourshe FRIOAViTuna, lalad' potato chips, ,
is required to spend in butttrad corn chatta aticM, oranga
completing his audit. jU".. and imlk. LUNCH.17-21 MENUJanuary r ylr ?A'k'

Congratulations, Mary Lee 1L' ,
proud of and MONDAY Hot dog on bun mui- MEa'attrdiiiira
we are you
t.rd. kalcnup, col. claw, cookie -
appreciate your good work! Starke dough piacnoi, milk. + l
: BAPTIST TUESDAY! Turk.y with noodlat.twaaf j
paa.. appla sauce bltcultt,
ail'RCIl butt.r m.lk.WEDNESDAY..
Pastor, Melvin Mantel; Road boat with
William ElementaryJanuary gravy. mathad polatoat. green baani.
Assoc. Pastor, pars rolll bun.r.THURSDAY' .
Carnes Asst. Pastor Richard Spaghattt with" meat,
Mastjburn.MONDAY. C....... toiled. salad paachas. trench
II, 1977 broad milk.FEIDAY .
Chicken with rice hall .1
:'; : Teen Visitation Bradford County Basketball peanut butter and ally( sandwich,
7 p.m. Tuesday: Visitation Hoop Shoot winners from groan lima beans apple sauce milk.PERSONALS .

9:30: a m. Wednesday: Prayer Starke Elementary Schoolare : I

Meeting-7:30: p.m. Thursday: : John David Francis, 8-9

Churchwide visitation 7:15p : year division; Kay Allen, 8-9 Miss Arthurine Blanchard

m. Saturday: Bus Visitation year division; Ethel Bass lull visited her sister, Miss Enza

9 am. year division. These Blanchard. at Baker County
Bible Conference Jan. 15 students will compete in the Nursing Home of Macclennyon
21 at 10 a m. and 7 p.m. with District Tournament in St.
Tuesday night
Brother Roloff and J. Harold Augustine, Sat. Jan. 15th. Mr. and Mrs. James Andersof Z'wJi. ; VrMIrv.. Ti t
Smith. P.E. Students of the Week: Palatka visited their
22 at 10 a m.Brother' -
January Grade 3. Theresa Futch; parents, Mr. and Mrs. O.J. .,. ..' r
is .
Holoff (IA film oa.b 14 ,
"\ .1. .:
Grade 4. Greg Wilkerson; Anders ? r, r ''w'Tfp4Y11fgpuy, Y
scheduled with those Saturday night. lr RM .'I" ,II.. I' 1. .I, I'Ijo'' : -.nine .1 '
Grade 5, John David Francis; Miss Elizabeth Terry was a .:;t..'. .
attending being invited to Grade 6, Bill Arnold. of her sister Mrs. C.E. ,, ;...: ..-rJt.lt, "" 'J : J-
guest .. ... .. !, ""
dinner JJ.JI.
basket ) : '
bring along a 1..w.
The Bell Girl'sQuartet Box top totals for Oct.. Nov.. Strickland of Gainesville. .1" ..,"'.....Iitg. h.
Dec. are: 3732. Monday to Wednesday. Their
will accompany The Bradford County dinner
Monday evening guests
Brother Roloff. Jan. 31 and visited Fifth the MADISON
Rescue Unit our were Melvin Monk and her
Feb." 1 -Dr. Lee Roberson will Grades on Tuesday, Thursdayand granddaughter Miss Sara 4 BEDROOMS 2 BATHS
conduct service. Friday to demonstrate Strickland. The occasion was -

Sick list: 1\1 rs. Loretta mouth-to-mouth resuscitationon to celebrate Miss Strickland's like. Jim Walter will build lo almost' any stage from More than 20 ..
Saunders infants and adults. The !Mrs. Joe Bascom the gh.lI. lo 90" finished., You tell u* where to top r
birthday. up ., i
.. I
beautiful models
.. .
Baptist Hospital. Louise YOUR REACH. A new permanent home it still today' the ..
classes visited are studyingthe visited with them on Tuesday but the more inside work you do for yourself I JE.; -
Hogan Room 659 Alachua and BEST Investment. For nearly four decades, propertywith more money you II ave. You tell u* what you want. available. Choose Lr. ":' :
Gainesville. respiratory system morning.Mrs. a home built on it has. GAINED in value year alter we'll work together!?!) I I 'I ..
General of the the that is
how to prevent diseases Nellie Wilkinson and year. On the other hand, almost everything else you buy one I t"
HAMPTON; LIKE respiratory system (The her daughter, Mrs. Daisy today begins to lose In value from the moment ,it is pur INSTANT MORTGAGE FINANCING FOR exactly right '. I C. ri._ 1

Kenny Clark is to be Berkeley Smoking and Health Boch. were Sunday dinner chased. Now is the time. lo Invest your hard-earned, QUALIFIED PROPERTY OWNERS. J.m. Waiter. priced right (for L .r.: -L L'.:.l .J
Education Project). guests of her son and dollars In a new home, built on your property by Jim has INSTANT mortgage financing to that custom construction
congratualted for winning the Beth Larsen and Jim Sims daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Wailer ..a permanent home that will be an investmentIn ol your new home can begin without delay. Let's your family.
Bradford Middle School Winkler's class your family's future. get together and discus your family' need Let's talk "
visited Mrs.
Basketball Shooting competition ; Lynn Boch. about price, financing and mortgage payment. Let u* Wa want you lo have complete information with no obligation
On Jan. 15 Kenny EMTs Bailie and Fowler Mr. and Mrs. Johnny TOGETHER WE'LL BUILD. Jim, Walter has. a tell you about the quality materials we use our hardboard bolora' deciding. When you have. ALL the facts, ,a.,
accompanied other winners to visited Mrs. Adkinson's class, Devore and son. Scotty of Atlanta plan that can cut your home-building coda to the bare siding, aluminum windows, heavy-duty rooting we 'think you'll choose Jim Walter a* your builder. Construction -
where he won and Mrs. Larsen and Sims Ga., spent the weekend bone. It a plan that can work for you. Here' how: Jim two coals ol paint. and about our custom-censlructlon can begin almost immediately, almost anywherethat
St. Augustine visited Mrs. Strong's class. with their parents. Mr. and Walter will finish. the outside' of your new home com (not prefab or pre-cut) methods. Let u* how you how you own properly. I''
out over last year's State Each child was given the pistol Then you can take over and finish, some or all you can make your new home dollar go farther than you :
John Devore and
Mrs. family
Champion by taking 19 of the opportunity to practice ol (he interior yourself. Do a.* much or a* little a* you would have ever thought possible.. FREE FULL-COLOR CATALOG!

25 baskets thrown. This group resuscitation on esusciAnnie" Fill out and: mail. No obligation.
which Mr. 'and Mrs. Dave -
enjoyed Saturday's trip and "Little 55
by the Elks Orphan Murdoch Director of Music at _
was Annie" <( club who paid for transportation Trinity Mrs. Jimmy Young
delicious and granddaughter of Green .r'J'J
costs besides a -------------
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dinner at the Western Sizzler Cove Springs and Miss '
Restaurant. On Jan. 29 Kenny Walter L Brooks Glenda Methvan of Palatka, W* .'.mt Waiter .. ;r
Jacksonville Fla.I e.atanand yournlorun.nstionabeu3of
will be going to Clearwater for Reports to Marines were Tuesday evening dinner I 32216 Ocala I Fla.I 32670 Homes homa>. v :
toils, t undevfaianci th r it no obligationAOONISS fl I
competition. Good luck guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill '
Kenny! Marine Private Walter L. Dobbs and family to bid adieuto p, O. Box 16965' P. O. Box 954 "A"5 5 5 ---- \

Mr. and Mrs. Glen Bowman Brooks whose wife, Emma is First Class Torpedo man _.._. .. .- -
from Toledo. Ohio arrived on the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Wayne Gustafsonand 6227 Phillips Highway 3001 South Pine st. dITY- :sTATS =:": ;';-== r \
Jan. 16 for a visit with Mr. and Cleveland Weeks of Route 2. daughter Margaret en-

Mrs.: Paul Meng and family. Lake Butler has reported for route to their new home in the U.S. No. 1 South I tOIO'"er.l.1Mylbers'_ i

They warming up in our 24 duty with the Second Marine Philippine Islands. Other PH I ""... 'wile 'MNe". ".".- i
degree weather since it has Division Camp Lejeune N.C.A guests during the evening : 732.3714 II
been about 18 below zero with 1975 graduate of Union were Dr. James Mitchell and PH: 733.3250 I I
lots of snow around their County High School. Brooks Miss Felicia Rosier and 1_..._.... :won ,
home. joined the Marine Corps in friend. They expect to be - an -- ---- -beta.. .
August 1976. away for three years. May our '
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jm Pace. 12 TKLRGIIAPII January 20,1977

Miss KHSContest Planners w 2 Local Residents Receive Rewards

(From Page( II) N '. I
hensive plan should take threeor
Set four months before the For Roles In Recapturing EscapesA

planning board would move on y i 1 I ... ........
to the next of the 11 items.
Under the Planning Act the : Starke police officer, the prison and then stole the safety was in jeopardy, you
Sat. NightThe state requires a planning 1 Jacksonville Special Weaponsand family car, clothing, money, a were calm enough to handle
agency. The city council designated 4 Tactics (SWAT) team anda .22 caliber pistol and a butcher the situation in a manner
itself as the planning Brownlee Road woman received knife. which did not result in
Annual Miss KHS agency to have the final say rewards last Friday Driving to Jacksonville, the physical harm to you or your
beauty pageant is set this Saturday over the planning board. Pre ; from the Florida State Prisonfor escaped prisoners tried un- family. It if had not been for
night, Jan 22, at 7:30: sently the council also sits as their assistance in the recapture successfully to abduct a your descriptions which re-
p.m. in the Keystone Lions the board of adjustment for of escaped prisonerson school teacher, her screams sulted in successful recapture,
Club with 13 high school girls the city which has final approval i, two separate occasions last brought SWAT team membersto I'm relatively sure that other
vying for the coveted crown. or disapproval over ,, the scene. The recapturewas crimes may have been
Previously the contest has issues that come before the r year.Willie Searcy, Starke police made without incident, committed by the escapees."
been sponsored by the Annual zoning board. officer( who alertly spotted an according to Patrolman "Having a person of your
Staff( but this year the Junior Warren said in the future he escaped Florida State Prison Millard Richardson, who quality in our community is a
Class took it on as its main would like to see a combina- inmate here last October, received accepted the$50 reward on be- comforting feeling," Superin
money making project for the tion planning and zoning a $25 reward last half of the Jacksonville SWAT tendent Leverette added in his
Junior-Senior prom. board take over the functionsof a& ffr + Friday in special ceremoniesat team. letter to Mrs. Brady.
Admission is $2 per person. planning agency and he, aY FSP Mrs. Brady, also the recipient Levcrette said the three
Both Junior sponsors, Pam personally, would like to see Patrolman Willie Searcy, of the $50 reward prisoners are awaiting trial
Webber and Susie Althof encourage the zoning board become the pl who spotted the escaped which is authorized by Florida for the additional charges in
local residents to board of adjustment."The prisoner in the early morning statutes, received Superintendent connection with their escapes.
attend, not only to support the city s zoning laws are hours of October 20 at a down- Leverette's praise for her -----
Junior Class but to enjoy the as obsolete as Henry VIII," town bus station was the actions while she was held
good talent which will be on said Warren. He said once the recipient of the $25 reward hostage, in a letter of ap Husband towife: "I finally
display during the evening's land use plan is in effect new and a letter of commendation preciation.Leverette's. !got our lawn mower back
entertainment.This zoning ordinances would haveto presented by Florida State letter to Mrs. that the Smiths borrowedlast
year, a former Georgia be made. "In the very near Prison Superintendent Bobby Brady who was not injuredin year. I bought it at their
beauty queen, will act as :Master future I would like to see the j ;'j' J. Leverette last Friday noon. the incident, reads in part, garage sale"
of Ceremonies She is city hire a planning and J' : "rr. ftr...,,. Searcy was on routine "...Even when your personal -Table Talk
Rosemary Griggs, now a zoning board director to work I",".'.". rounds when he alertly
special education teacher in closely with the planning .. ... 'I\et\
1if matched the man awaiting a
Jackson Ga. From Atlanta, board" said Warren He -- II. -=_-_-- ", ""-' bus around 2 a.m. and a CENTRAL HEAT & AIR
she was one of the finalists in indicated this would be a ""11!(":' .. .... teletyped description of
the !Miss Georgia Beauty full time paid professional who ... ,. escaped prisoner Herman
Pageant, holds the title of could work on ; \ .
city grants. Cogdell, received two days
Peach Bowl Princess was Similar to the position L.M. -...... ,'!. .::14 \. earlier. The recapture was Let us explain our energy
!Miss Georgia Southern Gaines holds with the county, ; .. L ; made by Searcy without in-
College and :Miss South said Warren. He said at the cident.A .
Georgia College. present time he was speaking Starke planning board members Lucille Payne J.E. Tomlinson Ml'rrlllMcMilIan and letter of commendation, saving system
Those vying for the crown lor himself( on these ideas and Harold Day Is examine proposed land use map for the city. accompanying the$25 reward,
are: not for the city council.tfl'I'SOl Planning board members will make recommendations to the city council on land use stated, in part, "...you are not
Stacey Mcnzen, 15-year- and 10 other Items of the
comprehensive plan. only an alert officer who is dedicated
old daughter of !Mr and Mrs. to his job but also one COMPLETELY
Robert Menzen. The A I / willing to take decisive action
sophomore is being sponsoredby when the need for it arises If
Pine Air "Farms Inc. t tl"'loin Pant II) it had not been for your _
Cheryl Boney, 15-)ear-old requests in connection with actions, which resulted in the "- : INSTALLED149O
daughter oflr and :Mrs construction at BUS.: successful recapture of the
Tommy Bonev She is being $"' 1.033.87 to !Music & Worth fleeing felon, more crimes
sponsored by Guaranty Construction Company and may have been committed or
Federal and is also a sop $1.612.4to\ \ Craig Salley & personal injury to a citizen
homore. ,Associates Architects.. .. could have been forth $
Patti Tries! is the l7->ear- Salley also presented slidesof J 1 coming."
old daughter of Mr. and :Mrs si I recent survey of county '1i.q' Police Chief Jimmy Bowen j
Ervin Triest a sophomore school roofs and told the board present for the award
and is being sponsored by some $160.000 worth of repairsare ceremony last Friday said the
Cook's Pantrj needed. The board took letter: signed by Leverette, SYSTEM
Anita Phillips is the 16.ear'old the report under advisement. would be placed in Officer ((2-TON )
daughter of :Mr and Board members informally Searcy's service record. '
:Mrs Tommy L Phillips and is agreed to have Salley begin Similar awards were madeto plus any necessary
being sponsored by Carey'sFlorist work on a "master plan"outlining members of the Jacksonville electrical/ / work
She is also a sopho an organized w Special Weapons and
more. approach to the completion Tactics (SWAT) team duringthe
h :Mary White. 16-year-old and utilization of school ceremonies last Friday as
daughter of Mr. and :Mrs facilities In connection with well as to a Brownlee Road
Hubcit White is a junior andis the plan, they authroized I woman, for their efforts In the SAVE $$ ON
being sponsored by Ducky's consideration for submissionof ,1, F recapture of two escaped
Department Store a public works grant application ,fi A 9 prisoners last November.
-- Sandee Rogers is the I 15-; to renovate the BHS .-f a The' inmates, both _
year-old daughter of Mr. and g> m and possibly construct maximum security prisoners,
:Mrs It. D. Rogers and is outside recreational facilities. fled the prison garment factory BILL
being sponsored by Richard's Attorney Jesse \\olbert said : November 16, and for a
Burger llutt She is u sophomore "rumors abound" in the new brief period held the woman Corri r't new "SUPER III II
Congress that millions more f.! Pr{ ; rlLr? Mrs. Barbara Brady the wife E" unit is i now alto I Ullllllltlllllllllll I" Idp
Lisa IhII
Brunson 17. the
is will be allocated for the of a prison employee, hostage
daughter of Mr. and :Mrs Patrolman Willie Searcy of available. Demand to
which recently in her home.
Henry Brunson and is being announced program $2 billion in allocations Bot> tlegBo( xe Goes To Waste the. Starke Police Departwjuent inmate Russell Binstead see efficiency compari Il I I I
sponsored b>' Keystone Bradford County did *" proudly displays letter" 'and Scott'Phipps waited for son before you buy "f I IIiIIIIIIIIuI! II Ill lglu
K let'Ironies. :Miss Brunson Deputy John Dempsey of the Bradford County Sheriffs Department *
is a not have any of eight projectsit \>t commendation, which accompanied Frank Brady to return home Carrier beat them all
senior Ihls'eur.. submitted approved.A disposes of illegal, bonded bootleg liquor in a a 125 reward. from the evening shift at the
;Mjr>'kayeTabler. IIi; anda proposal to increase drainage/ ditch. up to 70/a depending
sophomore, is the laughter employee life insurance benefits The liquor more than two and one half gallons, was seized in aSO"1'11Iber an the brand
of :Mr and :Mrs Robert raid Lincoln residence armed
R from $3000) to $;).000 and 20 on a City Deputies
fabler She is being sponsoredby allow them to convert Term with a search warrant, based on an earlier controlled purchase, ..' ...\. -
Roy Tyre Construction arrested a 72-year-old Starke man and charged him with the '
Insurance\ to Permanent Cash I, '. .<. .
; ,
Company. Value Insurance was tabled illegal I sale of liquor. ,
Cathi Clark n-years-old: pending discussion of the The whiskey, contained in 4 J half pint bottles, had been held as v
and a sophomore is the matter with the teachers' evidence in the case, which concluded Ith the sentencing of
daughter of11': and :Mrs union. Increased cost perl'mplo'e \\ WrlJht of I.Incolnty.\ to six months probation in county
Charles Clerk. She is being would be court
36 cents a
sponsored by :Ms J's ul Ocala. month James :McCawley of Deputy Dempsey destroyed the whiskey here last Friday AIR CONDITION
Jeanne Collins. 1 16( and a Liberty Life Insurance said afternoon. Jan. 'It, on the instructions! of County Judge Elsie
junior is the daughter of :Mr. casualty premiums on the Sanders. Dempsey. commented bootleg operations here are not BRANDS AND MAKES OF AIR
and :\\illictmCollins She account were* $120,000 through as prevalent as in the past, prior to the county going "wet" Liquid Chicken CONDITION SYSTEMS SERVICED
is being sponsored by Cor (K.-I I I. against claims of allowing the legal sale of liquor.
I.tt's. SlII.2)i!) 'I. lie said this loss ratio PROMPTLY AND ECONOMICAL.SAWYER .
Linda Rulfmi, is the 16- of 72 percent made the FertilizerDelivered
l'ar-Id daughter of :Mr and account a good one. i
Mrs John Ratfini and is being Board members approved
sponsored by :Melba llgen .
the construction and placement
Realty She is in the 11th of bleachers near the & Spread For You

grade softball field at Lawtey
Tern. Bailey is the 16- : School The
Elementary 468-1985 Air
: $100 Conditioning
ear-old (daughter' of Mr and LL1\\ tey Little League
:Mrs John F Bailey The Association is paying (for erTon *

junior James is Sparkman being sponsored Electric: by' bleachers materials made.Approval to have the 6 Tons To The Truck 332 W. Madison StarkePh.06477Ol

\dnanne Jassett.. is till'IIIyear.old was also given to Hampton Fla.r1
W.A. Prevatt
l daughter of11': recently named School I
and :Mrs James II GassettIIK Advisory Council :Members -
> | is being sponsoied by who will meet with
Paul :" ('\\ell. Attorney at I I..Iw administrators beginning Jan.
She is a senior 2": to discuss and advise on OM HOUT* 21

school matters John Drown'eMOIIll Introduces
With the teachers' union
ObituaryIunulI having rejected the board's HOMl CIMTl* rr

(contract it was decided that 4 1058X
since: the rules in the contractI'rl'n't f
Suhrr." :il'JDon.ild \\ an item of( contention, KEYSTONEJH6( FLORIDA S6 dGlp The

) Tracy Suber. :.W.! of the rules would be used in A ArAAA e hr'
Ke-v stone Heights died at theAlachua operating the schools. Wolbert Kar> Padgett. 13, proudly displays! a rare sight for the alleged o erA
General Hospital in lecommended the board "Sunshine !Mate" a huge snowball. Karv and his brother,
Gunesville! w here he had been operate "as if there were a Itf 16, with All I I
njie. along a companion \\I ilia m Tucker, (right)I. 13.
and said
contract the
Liken lolloWlllg ill apparent!( () new formed the snowball b>' collecting snow off autos! parked along!
heal I attack at Keystone salary schedule as adopted by 'all Street early Tuesday evening.
Heights the board is currently being
Horn iree-iisboro i paid!
I in ,
Florida on August :a!I. I'M" AT'
Super movc-d I Iron Jackson- ,:" ., ......JI- New
\ille to Kevstone Heights six (:lily .

ears ago For the past I ir: .. e ,
.. ..
months lie uas employed as a 964.8700 PLZal1 915 N. .-,.... ...... q
Kiirection.il otlicer iit I'nion council to do the planning '
'OI'l''lion Institute al \required under the PlanningAct =S i ; :;,::.. ::::'. :.;...: -.
.tIut@Temple .
-. ..... ...'. .... .. ...
Kaifoid Ho was an ..mmvrieitin. of 1975\ it was thought thata -.. ....' .. .
land _.... .'tII ....u.....-. ',''.. :.:.-, .. ......... _"..,. ... .. "
serving I rom 1933: : to1'HH. pre existing: use plan Ave. ....u.. .,.. !_ ... .w.-. ,':.. d
iiiul done bv the University: of PEOPLE .... ... IL. ; .-- ;
a member of the "OUR :. ..... ".. .-.. ) ..
Hope Baptist Church al Florida could be incor- .. .. __. -.: ..__ ... .:...:' J..Jo
Theressa portated as the city's official MAKE IT BETTER"
Survivors include his tote land use plan with some
Mnrlev Sober mother revisions Instead the plan
1-:1: ht'l'Suht'r Smith of had to be completely reworked LUNCHEON SPECIRL- Repossessed Homes
Lakeland. t three daughters. and the amendedcontract 14'WideMobile 1
\Dana 1 (ti i Sut>er of Jacksonville will show this.
lime I! C'hvlettc! of -In other business: 8" PIZZA
With Down
Keystone Heights and -Mavor: Commissioner Payments
diaries Schaefer announced
Margaret C'hrlette of Gainesville
: three sans Ke\in SulH-r that bids will be let to repair Salad And Home
of Jacksonville Dennis and US 301 north in February.
Clarence Clie-lette.\ both of The commission agreed to As Low As
Keystone Heights three pay to send a city fireman to Soft DrinkOf
A New Concept
sister. :Mis. Frances Eunice of training school in Ocala for
Chattanooga 1'enl1.lrs five weeks beginning Jan. 31
Judy' Dixon and l lIrs: Betty The fire committee will deter. Your Choice $
Knight both ol Jacksonville mine his expenses: and notifythe In Mobile Home Living 380
Funeral services will behold city clerk. Down j
Kridav. Jan. 21 at 3 p m. -ClerkIerrill: Edwards
in the Friendship. Bible said the city is being sued by
Church with the Rev( :Merle the electrical workers $199STARTS
I'ackham and the Kev Binding arbitration sought by
Itichard hoover nlfic'ialing (he electrical workers John Brown ,Mobile Home Center
recommended an eight
Interment will be in Keystone
percent pay raise, which the TODAY
Heights ('eno"e'ry with IH-
Witt C .Jol1('.; VUIUTU| Home council has said it cannot N;Hwy 21 413.3115 Keystone Heights.III
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January 20.1977 "-nf"4 -


Union Co. Moves Again' ..:. On Stray... Dogs: t k 6: '
"'- -
In an effort to eliminate the The construction and
stray dog problem In Union operations of a dog pound has liability of 10-city' owned from Sverdrup and Parcel of A L p 4.J ,.
County the Lake Butler City been the subject of much dis- vehicles. Insurance agent Gainesville. The study would tl
Council initiated a joint cussion over the past several Harriet Maines Mecusker told have cost $3,500 and council
the city council no claims had members said did not li'li'i '
meeting of council members, months and finally gt action they put ;
been registered during 1976 ),ty F
county commissioners and after councilman Tommy that in their budget. They ?
representatives from the Spires brought the matter for comprehensive, collisionor agreed to only recleve the
muncipalities of Raiford, again at the January county up uninsured motorist Information for 1,500 that li'I
Providence and Worthington commission meeting. coverage. would show if the water i
Springs, to be held January 27, The council voted to drop all In other action, council system would be acceptablewith
7:30: in the courthouse. insurance coverage except members: only one elevated water ,
Rejected water tank
study storage tank.Agreed I
that city attorneyHal
y,Maines should continueto I ''r {I i ;4 4ar1
handle and for
push new
t I ItQ0AAt11
water rates with the Medicaland

Helping "make life richer" for you. Butler.Reception Center in Lake I J

# Tabled purchase of a new 1 d
1 a d J I
Statement ol/Conditional 01 Ooomterjl,1976 996
that is unrepairable Cost
(Opened lot Bullnesi July' 5,I 19M) for a new one would be $3,000.
Morlgaqe Lane and Other Saving Account. from the Department of
$84,077,238 83
Lleneon Real E.ate' SB1 280 757 79 ,
Aduancu from Fedeal Environmental Protection In f
All 01h. Lane Lr
Real,Estate. Owned end 996,360 Fame Loan e.nk 4,76000000 reference to a state permit ;
goer' Borrowed .
Money 2000 00000 K
In Judgement 17,038 20 Lane,n Procen 1,55356138! that would not be Issued until U p Hrjljrq tA 11T e
Lan and Conlracle:' Mad" to' Other. Lnbna.s, ,
Faclaate. ''' Sale 01 ROBI Spec"'c R99ervu 656196 128,74831 SS state requirements are met..
1 Estate 1289593 Genial Rnenee $2618,32118 The EPA would Issue a
Caehon InvMtmmnwdSKuntMOtimr. Handandln6enh. 1058996776 let 69061 surplus;: 315,73571 293205722 temporary permit if the city : 1 I
F./Od A.aal.Lees TOTAL LIABILITIES AND can furnish notice they are in ..4 F A
Do'erred Dooroeahon' Ch.O"and 2,028,302 NET WORTH .."..,......,. .,....,.,. $111I.,717 the proces of compliance.Was 4m
Anela, 1 121 9M 62 told by Auditor

TOTAL ASSETS ...................... 19.5O4.TtT 21 Harvey Budd the financial
records of the city had been A ;9 .6
well the previous year
OFFICERS ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF and offered some suggestionsfor

Prudent' BF M'2.11,Jr BookkwwwChiel Mary BrotKe improvements. Budd
Sr Vice Pro 8.. Comptroller' W N RoBmton Stall. Inspector Philip, W Clark suggested the city hire a city
Secretary' ,
H.rryC Duncan E ecuhve Secretary Annette Jenkins, to take care of the
T.ure.. John A TorO v5' P',.,'Secretary ALan OllOce, William'RhesaB H Chandler BeetoCk New Account. Superw, Oallke daily operations of Lake
Vce, Pre B Chief Stall Appraiser' Lew, Ntllmrjw, MAIN i OFFICE Butler. Budd also suggestedthat
VicePrei A Branch Coordinator Ralph Irvine, water and sewer customers -
: :. : .
VicePrei a Au.stantLoanOlllcer' J Thomas Hall 220 North' Main Street GamMvilleAss.stanl 377.3340A.'an.
be to the
Vice pu II S'"c'an' Colleen 8 Dco, required pay
A.an'. 'Vice P'es II Mead Telle' Susan Groom garbage fee. He said
'Vice P,. A. Loan Coordinator

Ann B Hallow GAINESVILLE' residents
numerous are receiving -
Assistant' Vice Pre
.. ,.. J R WOODWARD 6 ,
II A ? ant Comptroller' Thoma.BMurBOAHDOFDIRECTORS 3501 W Unov.'y,' Ave 3734482372O431 that service without q
SHIRLEY BAKER paying for $2 monthly fee
1300 SW ArcnwRoad -Was asked Nolan
FREOM' CANTHELL B F MIZELLJR STARKE Ward for the city to put 40 Fire Chief Eldon Sapp (second from left) notes proximity or before nom Monday.the .
SO DOYLE DENMARK E CONNER EARLP C A POUND POWERS JR HAROLD 395 W Mad K DAVIS,ion Street. .. 904-5000! acres he had sold two years remains of fire victim beneath t sheet. former site of doorhlrf Sapp said the fire apparently spread from a portable
TOM DOeSON W N ROBINSON' KEYSTONE HEIGHTS ago back on the tax rolls. way to the laundry room at the scene of the North Grand Street kerosene heater Hoof and walls of the l.tinulrv' MNIIII had
HARRY C DUNCAN AJ THOMAS JR BRENDA. M CARR Through a misunderstandingthe blaze which claimed the life of collapsed: prior to the
EI 1 MATTHEWS JOHN TORODE ; 7"ulov.rd8.SYlu.W.y ,.. 473-4952! a 96-year-old woman here shortly arrival of firefighters
LAKE parcel was never removed l
ADVISOR LaTHtLLE., M HAMILTON Ward said he would
.. ,
M'' RUODERMAN CLE "ww.T'n stM 491.3614 pay the three years of back
Woman Dies In Blaze
CHARLES 475 Poiniotni MILLER. Ave .CIMrwal.r' Beach. 461-3344 taxes,about$300, and the new Elderly
owners would request the property -
be removed from city
Jurisdiction. A two alarm fire shortly scene,arriving moments after yard and began calling for Tomasovitch, of the Starke AI
before noon Monday claimedthe the fire had been reported. "Miss Mary" Police Department, said
Guaranty life of a 96-year old Reddish told police officersat "Then I saw those two little 'Miss Mary had apparentlygone
Starke woman. the scene, he was leavinghis dogs" Reddish said recalling to the laundry room and
Federal I ESEIcI: : Mary "Miss Mary" home at 1250 North Grand the moment he first realized begun her wash in" shortly
!P Donoway died Monday in the Street around 11 a.m. Monday !Mrs Donaway was inside the before the fire. Clothes were
Savings & Loan : blaze which leveled a one when he noticed smoke burning structure. The dogs, a discovered in the washing
395 W. Madison's room 8 by 10 foot frame coming from the vicinity of German Shepard puppy and a machine following the bla/e
9645000 @ In 1836 there was a surplusin structure used as a laundryroom the Donoway home. little daschund, were constant With temperature Monday
::J.I1.t LiHOi.. the United States Treasuryof behind her home at 1601 "I thought it was a woods companions to the elderly morning hovering near
over $28 million) North Grand Street in the fire at first," Reddish said woman according to Reddish, freezing, !Mrs. Donoway may
northwest section of the city. recounting the event. and their presence outside the have used a portable kerosene
A neighbor, Gary Reddish, Approaching the Donoway home brought the realizationthat heater which was found
discovered the fire and tele- home, Reddish noticed thick 'Miss Mary' had been among the rubble, to ward off
phoned the Starke Fire black smoke"too black for a trapped inside the burning the chill police speculated.
To Mark Olin
Response Department but Chief Eldon woods fire" he said. laundry room.Heddish Fire Chief Sapp noted two
Sapp reports the structure's Entering the front gate said the entire flamable liquid containerswere
walls and roof had collapsed leading to a walkway to the structure was engulfed in also found in the rubble.
On October 26 1976 MARK OLIN appeared be- prior to the arrival of firemen. Donoway home Reddish flames when he discoveredthe The victim's sister. Mrs.
Chief Sapp, himself, was one spotted the blaze at the one fire, making rescue efforts Katie Roberts who also
fore the Board to of the first firefighters on the -room structure .I in the back impossible resides on :North; Grand
,Zoning request re-zoningof.g: ,some Investigator George Street told police officers at 1

property which he owned. The request was unsuccessfully the scene she on had several tried
Gas ell, t to
AT THE in ITS! occasions to have her sister

basically two-fold. First of all, he wanted the same PINE VALLEY atGet Hefts ,idi.i! move The in!lth with. year her- old woman

re-zoned for the Convenience Store and the had lived in her home alone
corner CONGREGATIONALHOLINESS AfterBlooperMany for the past three years. Her

rest of the ten acre parcel zoned for other business.At city residents are was husband.killed in George a traffic Donoway.accidentin
CHURCHLOCATED finding some unexpected good Bradford County in 1973 .
that time it was argued that according to the news in their gas bills this
North on 301-Turn Left on Graded month .. refunds

Land Use Plan now in effect for Bradford County, Road Beside Bradford Furniture Co City the clerk machine Merrill that Edewardssaid auto- Man Draws

this area should remain a residential area and the JAN. 24 Jan. 30 made matically a blooper calculates last the month bills 16 Years

and overcharged some gas

Zoning Board rejected Mr. OLIN's request for re- SERVICES 7:30: NightlyWITH discovered customers.,By many the time of the it bills was For Holdup

had gone out.Edwards .
zoning.On COMMUNION SERVICE ON emphasized that

NIGHT everyone is not receiving David Jones :McDamel 2J.
November SUNDAY refunds only fairly large from Al.ichua County received
1 1976 MR. OLIN then
appeared ..
gas users said he's glad 16 years in state prison
EVANGELIST people are pleased to be for his part in the February
before the Board of County Commissioners requesting receiving refunds, but that the 1976 hold.up ot a conveniencestore
HENRY THORNTON, JR. whole mess has been nothingbut in Lake Butler during
that they disregard the recommendationsof a headache for him and his sentencing in Union County
staff Took them a week's Court January 17.
the Board and in fact Everyone work to straighten the whole
experienced Zoning over- thing out. Judge John J, Crews sentenced -

rule the Board and grant his zoning request. The while his McDciniel accomplice to that Frankie term j

Lee Bell from Marion County.
Board of County Commissioners declined do received 2i: years at the December
so, IIt e 6A jury trial Crews said

again after hearing arguments on both sides. the came disparity because McDamel of sentences did

not have the 3d,ut> rifle I in his

Then in the December Meeting of the Zoning / A possession and presentenceInvestigalionsh13ued this to be

his first conviction

Board, MR. OLIN again appeared and requested re- McDamel. a former Marine

zoning only for the corner location upon which he ORGANIC COMPOSTED was though told he bv had Crews no prior that felony even

COW MANUREWeed convictions this was a serious
wanted to build a Convenience Store. No one Free No Burn BARE ROOT PACKAGED crime for a "first time effort."

appeared to oppose it and the Zoning Board 50 Lb. Bag $ 2 4 9 Represented Steve by public Bernstein defender -
Reg. '2.' TREESSHRUBSVINESFLA. McDaniel and Bell have ap
the recommendation.At pealed their convictions.
approved ht .
Quality Big
the of the Board of County Com- 9 9 to Other: sentences given were
meeting Bu. Bag PECAN ..................!J -Johnny A Thomas, Lake

missioners held January 10 1977 $ 29 Butler, three years at hard
on argumentswere
t PEACH.................../369! labor for forgery. But after

heard again in opposition to the re-zoning of serving to be placed 9: months on probation Thomas for is a

this area. By a vote of four to one, ((4-1)), the Board of RYE GRASS R..3" period Union months County less of two 139 JaIl.days years served three in .,

APPLE ......................!! 3" i
Commissioners rejected the Zoning Board's SEED -Joseph Barkley Stringer.
County 19 Lake Butler, 12 months for

recommendations, and denied MR. OLIN'S request P LUM..3! 69I forgery.-Jeffrey David Link, 3

29 29 years at hard labor, 30 days to
for re-zoning. It appeared that their rationale was, I Lb. FIG..a..a..a..a..3 be served and probation for 2
years 11 months for Intro-
"It was bad zoning in October and it is still bad 50 Lb. Bag SHADE TREES..369! state duction prison.of contraband into a

6t2" -James Allen Mitchell 18 \
zoning in January. FLOWERINGMRDENCENTE TREES..t36910R10A months for unlawful posses
sion of a controlled substance. "

In all instances, both the Zoning Board and the -Roger three Lee years Elison probationfor received ;j

Board of County Commissioners. acted within the that grand started larceny as a prank of a firearm to steal I.

; a gun from a deputy's car
guidelines set for them. 9 ONTROIHorn. While Elixson was drinking.
Wi'lis!' Roger Hamm,also ,j'':
.OiM..CoMWOiH. flu 1ST 14 539 E. Ca)! S1. received probation for 2 years
Council FOP Development
Cifcixena Ah.In Ocota.Cryt.l U.v.*.Palollia L.k.GtyMark. in the same incident. Hamm
..JaMliMitvi. *< Auaju n. Taritanattw .9845745 took possession of the weapon
Of Stark Bradford County and concealed it for two

months. .
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Anderson TrainsIn

BILOXI Electronics Miss. An officialat

Keesler AFB Miss., has

announced the graduation of II

Airman First Class Paul L. !

Anderson from the U.S. Air

Force's electronic equipment

repairman course conductedby

Command.the Air Training

o 0 Airman Anderson, son of retired -

Air Force Technical

Sergeant and Mrs. Tommy C. -... __wr------- -- J.-- -r ...-- 1 -lilt" ", ,
Anderson of Route 1, Lawtey.

repair is now special trained to airborne install and and MISCELLANEOUSAVON HOMESFORSALENEW FOR RENTFOR FOR SALEMORTGAGE Fforiland Realty 1'r

electronic equipment
and will serve at Seymour HOME KeystoneArea NOTE FOR 393 North TempleIf ,
Just : 3
Completed. RENT 12 loot
Johnson AFB N.C. Completion CALLING To buyor Bedroom 2 Bath,GE Heat oV mobile home wide SALE Valued at 15,000) .
of the course enablesthe sell Avon call 755-2807 or Air. Convenient location. limit. Phone outside city with return of 7.500. Phone. you are thinking of I CEOROE ROBERTS .

airman to receive write Lom.l'ly.tt. P.O. Box Adams phone 473-20f 6 or 4J..i.7.: 964-6114 or 964.5606. TFChgALUMISUM selling your property \ ;; I trw'illctjarREALTY
9647700. Let
n'lthl- phone talk I
us .
academic credits through the 220, Lake. City Florida. 473-4078. TF/chg --- --- to youl! .sc.I .

Community College of the Air F/chg _____ FOR RENT 40 x 60 Block I imti P
__ _. --------- --- : WINDOWS - 986 North Tempi' Av. (;
Force. -- Building 12' <:.OIa.. Ideal Single hung and awning 36 For rent or sale 5 acres STARKE FLORIDA :
Anderson is a 1974 graduateof BILL'S SAW SHOP Complete IMHBLE: WIDE !Mobile for most any business. 8 $8.50s; 30 27 and mobile home o t-C

Pardeeville ( Wisconsin) sharpening service Home; 3 1/4 acres on Bay- Starke area. $250 per month. 11.50; IS a 52 15.50s46, - r.'J

School. circular hand carbide leas Highway. Sacrifice my Phone 9645600. TF/thg; ,,52 27.00; MANY Nice farroettet 5 acres and V L. ...,; .
chain mower blade hollowground Investment ol '25.000 for' -- --- _
--- OThER SIZES. BARGAIN frame house, ; plenty of land 'M'
and balanced. Leaveat $19,000. Moving to Miami. CEN'PI:II. 301 South ttnchg for large garden. L'"
I Jackson Building Supply. Phone 961-8699 lor appointmenl.W6jrFChg FOR SALE
- -
htarke or Keystone Heights. '
!! : : WILD TURKEYS Jumbo 13 acres. with house, 2 bedroom Room Fireplace on 20 Cecelia Terwillegar

!.F 1.hL_.________ Chukar Quail trailer. 26 x 50 barn Graham,
Deadline for insertion WANTED PUPPIES husky and J.M.Bobwhites Edwards, Box 628.St..e. on paved road. acres area' ,with terms barn Real Facts On REAL ESTATEMany
Tuesday Noon preceding SOFA" CHAIR SETS on shepherd 6 weeks. old. 9645379.l132tpdl20 - -
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Thursday before Hale at Dahmer's Discount. Phone 964.8806. 1/20 2tpd phone Ten acres and concrete persons feel that homeowners should make
.!! _. 'ountry (hub Estate: 2 to decrease the
publication. TF/chg: :__ _______ WANTED Farm and 1/27- _-_ --- block house about one mile the largest downpayment possible
construction mach.-equip.. TOP SOIL. FILL DIRT 6 out of. town. loin very reasonable. amount of interest and monthly payments which

Minimum Charge '.00 Gl'NS rOll SALE 22's vehicles.. Let us sell your ELECTRIC RANGE days week; dozer work - - have to be made on the mortgage.This .
per 'I 1 hree
:2 baths
(Covers 15 Words) 25's, and 38's Hold at Dahoner's surplus for you. Open Monday G.E., good condition 40. and dragline work. Phone We have 2 and 3 bedroom brick, bedrooms is good thinking, but there's another side to

Each word over 13 ... Discount. .! !.hg through Saturday, 8:30to : Phone...9644186.. !'.!!:_!Itpd. ..1/20 468.1873 Star Route houses show them for ..1.. Let Someare us family large room. living spacious room kitchen the coin. Should you have to sell the house quickly,
6. Northeast Florida Hampton STEPHEN: you. the smaller equity, the faster you can find a
10( cents your
ALL TYPES KEYS made at In town some out of patio/porch area on
Equipment Auction. US 17
LOWRY FESTIVAL MUfti I.AIoIWII.I.: Chl(. back.. buyer. It's common sense that there are more
OUn Mobile Homes. 5(1 cents North Green Cove Springs ---- --------- city limits.
All Classified Ads must be 100 Starke ORGAN. Double Keyboard - prospective homeowners who can invest $2,500 than
each. -
Highway fhont2fH-S9T1..!!. .. :! TF/chg needs minor $
: repairs $250 SAC.
Estates SR 16 2 to invest.Of .
Connerly have
paid for in advance unless phone 964-5606. TFchgMOTORCYCLES and 16' FIBERGLASS manulae- 2 1/2 acres in country those who $10,000
RIFICEleading good building lots! mi. from town beautiful make the final decision on
only can
have an established you
you WANTED Used re- CANOE. $75. Phone 782. turer and distributor has de.
brick home, .(lilt, 211 1.ItLg.
account with the Irlgerators, washers, and 3401 .between 12 noon and 8 lose aluminum pools leftover - family room and how to invest your money. We have a number of list.

Telegraph, In that event50 stoves In good condition. C.IIU.hmer'a from 1976 1/2 ings from which you can select. Let us show you a
pjn J/20TI/Chg!: :!! season Pearl Andrews, A.."" kitchen ,,'nlr.I.lr & heat.
cents extra charge for Discount 964- price, guaranteed Installation %4.7739 Paved drive. home. ____

billing. Not responsible for 7923..: :__TrchgLOST. !!- __ ODDS AND ENDS: gas and term. Phone VKR.MEP.ODOMKeg.: ) - in for
Would believe a little home the country
"SUZUKI OF SfARKE collect |19041| 3845156. you
chest of drawers and
errors when given over the stove Broker New blk. hum in town
phone or when copy is.avut 'i our authorized Suzuki. FOUND'LOST oil heater. Phone 964-5157: TF/Chg! 1/20_ !9645.176flTHOMAS 9M 7701. :'Illit. 211. I U.Hi. lust $8,000? Owner financed.
dealer. Phone i4-o020( 1640S. AND ---
between 5pm. and 9pm.
and to'theoffice. large ". ,
typed brought KOral(' quiet, urea
i Walnut (.101 South in Itpd 120SWIMMING HAY FOR SALE Arthur corner In!. We are always looking for homes under $30,000 in

"SlsrkeJ.! tfnchgAUTOMOBILES. _.. .__ Gaaklna.. phone 782-3140. - good condition.The .

Hatch.- 125 Ladies': reward.Gold Seiko No POOLS Deluxe lE..i!! ( L______ 2 story frame house in -- -

USED asked.. Phone 964. above ground aluminum lown.imt1; ullh. uld'r lines Best of Hampton Lake: sumptuous well.built
and steel pools |131|; WILL PAY up to ISO cash iLi with plenty tif. living area.Several brick home on large lot with dock. A dreamhousemade
5jniltndl/2p! REALTY
repossessed by will
: for old Thornton'a Sal
cars - to order. The best for the best!
sacrifice, savings of 12,000
PLYMOUTH! FIR III vage. Phone 964-6243. 1/20 commercial lots
621 North Walnut St. on -----
BRADFORD 1972, 4 door 360. A/C. etc. HELP WANTED 398-5103 more. Phone days or collect evenings.1 9041- T!:/Chg! Sur..... Florida 32091 301. Green Acres A love 3 BR, 2 B with CH&A and

COUNTY Good condition. Best offer. 1/13 TFchgFIREWOOD 9046162formerly - all the goodies...Separate garage, paved driveway,
LISTINGS Phone 4733382. 12/16 -------- 10 GALLON:. AQUARIUM ( A.J. 'I'homasReal 3 UK, I bulh block nice patio great neighborhood.

TF/ch._ fiLlS !MILLS STUDIO FOH SALE double Bland completefilter Estate: | .oriNtrurtlon IK. Family. --- -
-- ----- ------
:Needs parttime telephonehelp. next door to Ilsndy Way rocks, pump light ituom in tow na Are you a "do.it.yourselfer?" The Floyd Green
Attractive neat, welleared Store Hampton. 1/13 2tpd other email accessories S20 Commercial' property on - -
1972 nUU'AS \oj Also delivery personfamiliar home at 601 Call & Orange could be restored and bea
for describes this 3 '
with No 1120FOR Phone 431.1428. 1/20 2tchg I S :,101 :North and South. acres pasture land
are* phone
BR 2 B CB home central with air' condition. Body 1/27 - reasonably priced just off show place. _____
heat and air hardwoodFloor. rough but engine; is strong; cilia. Apply to Jeanne RobInson ,.> SALE.rm and Sit 16. :VW of town.
worth! 4 BR baths, fully car.
Get money's t
Bradford Motel
.. In Unit III, Saratoga runs good; 11.300.. See at construction mach.-equip. Double wide mobile. homeon - your
Height. 27700. Bradford Telegraph 135 Starke Monday and Tuesday vehicles. Open Monday Rouen, 99 cents each hardy 5 acres oll.nd. 3 BR, 2 \ cry nice large frame peted, CH&A, Brick, LR, DR Kitchen, outside city

- \\.t Call Street phone 964- 1/24 and 25. 9 a.m. 1 through Saturday 8:30: to 6. sub-zero azaleas 99 cents Baths, alrnont. 1600( square house on corner lot In town limits on one acre.
IN CITY LIMITS OF 6305._TF/chg p.m. or 4 p.m. .7 p.m. Itpd Consignments welcome. each Dowering dogwoods, feet of living 3BR. 2 balhiC/IUA --- -
______ 1/20 space. large Gracious Demorest home on 1.75 acres adlacent to
STARKE 3 BR 2 B Northeast Florida Equipment 99 cents each, grape vines, Central II/A. garage. Starke Plaza.

frame house and rental GOLDEN) : 1972 OLDS. Auction. US 17, !North 99 cents each peach trees - - -

cottage on :5 acre of beautiful MOBILE 98 complete TEXAS OIL COMPANY Green Cove Springs Phone 99 cents each and many 5 acres of high and dry 15.20 acre, tracts high landon Bessent Road attractive"JaR, 2 B home with

old southern grounds. luxury, fully loaded excellent needs person M/F over 40 2845977.jr F/chg-_ more. Send for 1977 SpringGrowers land on 100A.. paved road (raham CH&A, LR, DR, large den and even an office...excellent .
for exclusive industrial sales Surplus Catalog
135,000.Vacation condition 46,000 - area' lerms.

- original mO... $2,200. Phone territory. No relocation. Were FOR SALE Mobile Home listing berry plants - - location. .
retire or make Frank Patterson 964 an eipaoding AAA.1 Parts and supplies. OLIVS:. (strawberries, blueberries 100' lake. frontage lots at 1-36 acre homesites - -
your permanent home in *!!!?,!. JJLPli'i! firm established since 1933. MOBILE HOME SALES. ctc.i), cannas, chysanthe- Crosby Lake. Two lots miles N.W. of Stsrke. Not too close not too far I 10 acres, fenced pas.
thl. comfortable 3 or 4 Bit \\ e offer full fringe benefits. Highway 100 Starke.. mum., baby evergreens, available now. financing'arranged. - ture 3 BR block home, with carpet and panelingand
Mil on Lake Santa reCanal Liberal commissions with W..tJ. lerns foliage plants Iruit frame house In town 2 75 pecan trees. Low taxes, low maintenance.
1967-6 cyl. Chevy pickup phone.!!... J64SS06.rr/ths! :! _
opportunity for advancement. : and nut trees, geraniums
central heat and airs! long bed standard shift inspection - !bedroom I.R. Kit.. IK. --- -
many extras. 14900. sticker. Excellent For personal CATTLE RACK for abort gladiolus, ground covers F. Delano Thom. \ ery reaHonableKingnley Attractive brick, Barksdale home on Madison -
- terview write a letter and wheelbase pickup 35. Ivies, pansies shade ..ndflo..ering Reg. Real state: Broker - -
condition. .81H). Phone 473IQbS. complete modern kitchen, CH&A 3 BR, 2 baths.
LAKE SANTA rE tell me about yourself. W.H. Phone 7823660. TFchgLP trees and .shrubs, Vbl.6507 533,3210ASSOtHTFS
IE.'p' 127TRUCK Lake. areamobile Large LR, DR, den.
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CANAL 3 BR 2 B < B Fox. bales Manager, Southwestern vegetable plants and home.

home, family room. double Petroleum Box 789, RECORDS K>R SALE: supplies Send 91 [III refundabl. 30= = -
: - -
AND: CAMPER Fort Texan. with first order) for
Worth 76101.
farage large screened 2.50 each at !Dahmer's.) Judith Flynn Frame house in town 3 Service is
1973 Chevy. 3/.. ton.Cheye..ne. McBride our business. We are here to serve YOU.If .
porch overlooking water. F E ..!!!. ..!!! ___ 'hFhgMOTOR catalog to: Greenhouses 96838I.Harold bedroom. 2 bath living desire a certain type home
you or a
135 Camper Specl.l.he."y and Nursery, Route particular
on canal attractive ..
yard with underground duty springs, air THIS YEAR: IT'S HAWAII.Convention'vacations - 2. !Murfreesboro Tennessee .:pp"9d4.11616 room 2 car' carport Walnut, parcel of land and you cannot find them advertisedask

sprinkler. system. 49500. shocks custom interior air t are HOME 1972 37130. .: .. 1/20, 2tchg.1127IS' __ Steve !Simmons Street storage area us and we will do our best to locate them for
conditioning compressorclutch Open Road, Chevy chassis.
- of the benefits _
one fringe - _ _
.is out Estimated exchange 22 feet long, good condition 961..5881Avthur n n n ii n n n n
HOODED BflLDINU available to you aa a successful SCOTTIE TRAVELTRAILER 2 story frame house. in
960. Power steering, 22.000 miles. Phone 9646071or Bruno
LOTS with acceia to I Lake. PANCO Representativein : excellent condition townI: bedrooms living
Brooklyn from J2.750. tilt steering wheel disc the Starke area. We train. 9647839. TF/chg sleeps al". Route I 464.1572LONGCILtMI' room dining room 2 lireplsces Cecelio/ f rerwi//egor..// Realtor/
I Term brakes hesty duty auto Box 125N: Route 100 2 miles you.rn
available. Write CD Crawford
transmission. Intercom tocamper. 10 x 20 PATIO COVER) 2 baths, needs repair 206 West Madisqn Avenue
President PAINCO, Box 52, past Southside Elementary reasonable
AM/MI .radio Installed ; Uninstalled very -
Fort \Worth Texas 76101 $150: Gator Mobile Home School phone M64-S59I 8 :Madison !'Street Starke Florida

KT. LOVOKN:. 31.000 miles reading.- correctspeedometer Ib" Uchgl/20. !!_ Service 5002 N.\\'. 13th St., .JSi. 3 J m-..:...iLP4L. : : - OFFICE PHONE 964.7776

REAL ESTATEI.awrence! wheels 10 ply tires: 1971 at Five Star Mobile Homes. Home and Building .HHU.r; : : ROBERTS: JR. HOME PHONE 964-5145

Blvd. Nomad camper 17.5 feet EXPERIENCED: IN EMBROIDERY 3729767 Gainesville. Ifnchg Materials Keg Real Estate: llroker
Keystone Heights front to back. sleeps five apply at FORMICA4x8 Phone Mb I.726OPFN '
473.3254PERSONAL -- --
phone ----
comfortably three burner Cadillac Uniform. 441 East Sheets -WEBULOYuur ) ialurd... V M l.
gas stove with oven, refrlgerstor <. Brownlee Street Starke.ltchg WATSON'S HOUSE OF 5500 riim Or Our HIL.I".nI"adillaeOld.bil.(

120 AC/gas and .! /.!Q.------- VACUUMS Many brandsof 2 Colors Green 6 Orange Y"ur Lot Or OlD"," ( .. .. SlniiiI, He.ilU .i..,
battery operated gas water new vacuums. Used -FRF r ES'lV.tTLSRemndelng i'ele.&. !Service
heater gas (h..t..r. IS gallon \\ Of.TO: :; CARE FOR machines available. Expert OLINMOBILE Repairs Ralph Bryan Fine.Si" ,-",,,,,,
: holding tank with drain Lady recently dischargedfrom rep.lra..n makea. Parts and HOME Additions r Can: rakrn <>n Restaurant i>n :,101 near
SERVICE hose, DC pump from 30 hospital room meals accessories for all vacuums. Homes Bought Real Estate ruiMc I'm,!,'* motel. Has stoves, re.'
gallon fiber glass freshwater and salary. Phone 964.7571.: Built.In central) vacuum Hwy 1 10O. SlarKe 964-5606 Sold Traded :JHI1! ( ) S.W.13 37)-5.1I) fngerator. deep fryer. .etc
I 111I'r I IIn.I t VItt \1NK-S\IUK i : U:1 1.500.
404 NW
tank two compartment ltpdl/2. ()________ cleaning systems ?
HOME REPAIRS .\ny sink. 6.000 BTL< 120Ale. 10th Avenue Gainesville. ACREAGE FOR SALE: Y .Ion \V!! - -

tpe remodeling roots' new carpeted floor', built in Phone 3767110. Tr/chg !/64&53! Beautiful acre farm with

additions, concrete work, or toilet with shower. Uueen FOR RENTfI"'S 1 our choice 015102115..1''.' _ _ _ 75 pecan trees. Many outbuildings
------ ----- ---
painting tree estimates, size overhead bed. diningarea MOBILE HOME MOVING f/u-y iOl Siiulk" North of lawtey low down xrellent: seven

phone 9646127. 11ISAL'OIIOl.ICS convert to sleepers lor Also mobile home hurricane S'arle"d pat ment I'p to 21)) years to pay MOBILE HOME room dwelling. JliO.OIIO.

T!:/lhg_ __ .. two Excellent, shape Phone : SUBDIVISION:. Lillian C. Pearson nn balance.
anchoring and mobile a a a . e sI PARK I II I place" mobile home: with
9B47356 alter 5pm. 1/20 1/2 lota, $30 month home roof
acre OUn'sMobile
per coating. Heal Estate I
2tpd 1/27 to 10 acres tiff "Sit 100 separate house for' owner
ANON1 water and sewage lurnished. Home Service Phone South High and dry I 1.0. liuideCltylJmilaH in Clay ('ounly.I..hine:
MOIS!' !Successful For information call Mark 964-5606.
living Highway 100W. : '
with ..Io..dg..ge down payment Easy: ,A ,8",01I/S'I"II1" nhop. office etc on '
home monthly
3 KR CB premines.
for people who want to Olin OUn's !Mobile Home Star..... tf/Chg .
terms. 'fi2.51111.< !
3.2 (}rlJoi.nfuu.u" >
STOP drinking and !SFAi' HOMESFOR SALE "Sales, Highway 100 Meat .-------- on acres -
stopped. Meeting thursday Stsrke. :No pets please. Large garage or workshop STROIT REALTY::
SPEED CALL 'The I..ndlan" .10: Per :Month
EQUIPMENT FOR ns.yoo.: Broker
and Sunday 8pm. Phone Phone 9645606.: 1/13
"IH'OLEID..: :Mobile SALE 10 percent above - Anytime AIllty'unvesticnt-e. On 100 South I 1/4 Mile
45709 964 5414. 114 'IF/Chg
: ______
f rte, .
Christian Street Home 3 bedroom double cost. Olm's Mobile Home Neat 2 BR aluminum PnliceJrotection. from Intersection of 301
3/31 l/1312tpd carport, elevated patio all Service Highway 100W siding home separate RAJ.PI1 BRYAN (ity(i...Water and Sewer and 100) !South'
_ ___ KITCHENETTES ENrH Ktnllnr46447SM
h electric,central heat and air Starke. Phone 96..5606. garage equity and
cement driveways, furnished utilities included; totally TF/Chg assume 7 percent ) day or night Jo-LuMotel _

MILL DO BtBISirTING on 1/3 Look.likes tarnished weekly or month. mortgage $!:I.tHIO. i4AL' c r _
acre. ----- :
In m, home 5 days a ly rates Temple Motel 880 -- 96488107"1
new. I: -
week, 645 : B- :North Starke. FOR SALE Diamond
any age North Temple. acre's 15500.( The American robin is actually
tales, $20.000. Phone -
"_ I 473. Phone 9647357. 1/13 needles for any stereo over : > I'U( VI\hF 89lII. ..
!! .!{!!! !!:!! a thrush!
: 1065. - -
l/2n2tpdJ/27!! '
__ ;247 different ones': have
2/3/ we I. \MH.SBuv: a \Dymoabrl
__.__-________ 10 acres larmlsnd -
LOSE WEIGH safely and |them all. Dahmer's maker from us at The I

fait withll Diet Plan 13.REUl'C. 4 Br:II) MM IIOMF on 3 OrFICE) : SPACE Phone 'Discount.JTFchiiPORTABLE!? : ___ $11.900.- - Mfice L. K. Edwards III & Assoc.'Now
.: Excess Fluid acres with 2 rental mobile .
9647I1_ _.__!1/133lchgl/27! 10 acres homesite! -
with X Pel $3 Koch's Drug. homes all for 35000.) __ Shop.'I
toned It.I.A lacing "SK 230 SERVING YOU IN THE

1/13. ....Iotchg!! 3/17. .____ Some Phone 964-8253 owner! after financing I p.m. APARTMENT: Two bed. UTILITY and Wilson Road -- /.COUNTY AREA [B
room furnished or unfur 122.000. Well I
Uchg. _1/20 I __ SHEDS
SEWING all kinds, nished. Phon. & Starke Office
-- ---- 964- 853. - BOOTSCflRRJDINES : .

mending pick up and alterations deliver. after Mill FOR SALE B1' (OVVNrR: : ---L______ ADDAROOM10x20 36.35 North acres- $56.500 on ) )l'S- 301 excellenl 2" thru 6" j 964-5142 '' "

noon. Phone 964.8813. 1/13 2 BR. C.B. home completely AT
MOBILE HOME 2 BR terms.LAW Fast Melrose Office 475.1269
2tpd 1/20 lurnished 636 Epperson Finished Ml50 Rotary i
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h. !Street' Starke. 1 12O Private lot IMS/month Office .
3tpd ThY 2 commercialbuildings Drilling Equipment Keystone 473 2663
2/3-_ --- phone!! !_96.16734.__ : ___U pd_1/.!O 18x16 Unfinished '710OLIN'S see u" f for details New at)lei In boots lor j

MISCELLANEOUSN the entire family should STATE LICENSED I acre' with Urge frame hou,e, convenient lor prison
BF.Al..nL 2 14CRE clean. - tart arriving early In emplo> Low down patmenl. move in immediately
SITE: for a :Mobile Home or furnished Morgan 5 sere. !.SR' 225E,: February. - -
Home with well and septic Road live miles from MOBILE HOME 17,:\\IH). Pumps j 2 1/2 acre hnmeoite, very lowdown payment
H U M KIMPROVKWFNrs town $125/month.: Phone .
lank, lor little -
$150 -
as as - WRANGLER: :
: :: OK down .with up to 10 years to !96lj !9l8_ Jtpell/2O! Hwy 100. Slacks 984 5608 5 acres 660' on SR 125 t \\"i acre, part Improved pasture good terms

REPAIRS DONE For pay. Go one mile south on Terms $9.00O.' We are placing on ckneout New & Used J - -
lire pl.tea. remodeled road liii). from the city MOBILE HOME 12 x 60. Vita Firn-VltiMln- several hundred pain I I acre, nice 3 bvdroom.I bath home conveniently located.

fcllcheoa. baths, additions.jarajfea. limits turn right on graded 2 BR in Country. one child 10 acre's"- 12.5IM) ol boota" at much reduced Sales-Parts-Service! $25jiOO.) I tow down payment if qualified.

or enclosed road sign on lelt. Phone one pet. Phone 964-8494. EufMt-Mliwril$ terms. I - -

e.rporta..11 Marcus (iriffla."E. L.G. Dail., Uemp..ytolel.: ltpd_.121)FURNISHED_ price
E-Z TermsPlumbing W
!!.'!'!: .tI/chg-, 15147591. JiPi 1/21)._ rot All turns 20 acres 2 Mil hook.ups, Come in and elect a pair \II I e Mill have nice lots-available- -Hampton U.....

DO "OtioEED:' Septic APARTMENT A,.. I. 964'71 hog barn with electricity before sizes are picked
1973 ALTER :MOBILE slab for
tank pumping. Nice 3 rooms and usterand concrete over j
drain line? Bratenable.Pheae Installing or. HOME: ".600. will bath private entrance.Pjlone 11 25 1310 2 17 farrowing pigs $:IO.tH)(). Call or come see us today U you are' ready to buy or sell.

431-1202 alter 2:30: negotiate furnished custom ....964:!8071 I !Itpd. ..!/.!O |Ion 30 acres $42.5OO: ) | Belts to size :56 Indian New : Su.snBskken-. Associate. STARKE: BRANCH
bUIlt. two bedrooms. PhonehRLl - moccaaina. All In the finest Installation j Irene FaulknerAaoclat. .
206 S. Water St.
P.:.. !!.f. L______ 914-5732.
< ._1/13. 1. g.7! PARTIALLY FURNISHED: 19.8) acres with nice 3 BR leather Paul Faulkner. Associate. StarkeFla.32091OLIN'S .
HOME! home $50.000.) Remodeling
1/22. all CiIil
\ : :NESS DIPIEX; hdl.oa.1I25/mn"lb. - Vteitern shirts to size
aorta el fteme 1300) Pratt phone
65' x 28' Brick 51.8 with 2.0IHV on Repairs j
central 9t4.7! acres 19.
Street Saratoga Htlfhla. air. !..:.....!!!!!,.! 1.529:\ I
carpet range and refrigerator. IS 301 "squarefeet
Look for tifat. Ipd 1/20_ located 6:!1'l! r'pperon RESTAURANT FOR Registered. Real 3 BR 2 Bath IIUA Come ace ua. Thank. youCARRADINE'S Durrance ': I : SUBDIVISIONW.I1" : :

!Street' !Lot 93'a: I 115'. LEASE Kstate Broker brick home. 2 fireplaces -
FREE PUPPIES :Need. 1J2.5IHI.) phone "64.7574. 1/6 UnderwoodMotel barn fenced pasture -

home. part collie and ahep- 4tpd! _.l/27_ ,.Highway Phon. 301 north efStarke. FredSackctt $195.400.: LEATHER SHOP PUMPS & SUPPLY |
9648349.fOBILE An
herd 10 weeks. old. Call Mr. I

.!!!.! .7118-.l..I!: ...!E; 2 -\CRISM!' U11I811.1': I Itpd 1120 U.S.301 Broker "ASSOCIATEStola Lawtey.one |lmlle I |FlorId.south 32HM COMPANY I II I
964.7154 I I II
Zipperer or
HOMEDoublewide.. 21 i HOME 3 bedrooms Hampton Fla. 01l1.'o.301Phon.7Ml.31HI!' :
864 N. Ave.
782 3397 I I II
6I1.I bedroomi
SARAH COVENTRY JEW. 2 baths. spacious grounds In : )
ELRV Salea opportunity. ( II/A. in I.awley on "SR' 225 Lawtey space for garden Phone 468-1753 Lillian PearsonREALTOR Kauri :Monday I Starke [

Cal Eroia Johna. 64.S-l>3 or just off IS 3111: $17.000 no pets; no objection le small through !Saturday' I I II Only Lie. &
Amaeltn Beulle. 372-44-11. ('onl..t1.1.: : Jordan phone children! deposit required.PJione7823279. tfnchg 10-7 hawley Florida ilto-t I 964-7061 J I Bonded Mover_

11/2_TF/.... __ 7N2-322II.. 1/8 TJ'/l'hlJ !!!.!.!:/..c.!. 782-3806 1-__________ Living In Bradford Co.


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. -- '- .. January 20,1977

.- LEGALS -e- Raifo Newsby ayllelleDubbe Former
\ phone 431-JOH9 L. F. Chapman,

time pursuant to Florida Statute
NOTICE SHERIFF'S NOTICE OF SALE 336.10. Friends of Mrs. Mary Free- Perry, Mr. and Mrs. Howard overnight guest of Mr. and Warden At Raiford

Dated this TENTH day of man will be happy to learn Register and children of Lake Mrs. Don Newmans in Starke. .

Doyle E. Starling has made Notice Is hereby given that I I. January, 1977. that she came home from City, Mr. and Mrs. Don New Tommy Riherd of Lake Butler .*

application to the Reddish BOARD OF COUNTY COM- Lake Shore Hospital in Lake mans and children of Starke, visited his brother-in-law,
Bradford Dolph as sheriff of Dies In Orlando
Mr. and Mrs. Bud Mike Griffis Sunday
County Zoning Board for re- Bradford County, Florida, under MISSIONERS OF BRADFORD City Wednesday.Our Clemons of afternoon. :f
classification of COUNTY, FLORIDA: deepest sympathy to Ileilbronn Springs attendedthe .
and by virtue- of Writ of :
described below from EA to OR Execution, to-wit: By: George W. Roberts Jr. the Rev. and Mrs. Hugh funeral of Mrs. Shelley Roy Singletary Mike Dobbs Leonard '
Approximately 42 Walters on the death of his Griffis and later visited Mr. and Mike Griffis were Sr., former superintendent of
Execution issued out of
acres .
located one mile West of Lowtey County. .Court .of. Seminole 1 tchg 120NOTICE stepmother Mrs Florence and Mrs. Gerald Griffis and business visitors in Gaines- Florida State Prison at '

on the South side of State Road County Florida pursuant to a Walters in Palatka. family in Raiford and Mr. and ville Saturday morning. Raiford, died Tuesday

225 in Section 22, Township 5 Final Judgement for Hidi Construction Our deepest sympathy to Mrs. Paul Riherd and family Earl Dobbs was a Tuesday January 4, in Florida Hospital
South, Range 22 East OF INTENTIONTO the families of Mrs. Shelley in Lake Butler. overnight guest of Mr. and South at Orlando.A .
to sell one Inc., and against Jack
TAKE BIDS Riherd Griffis whose funeralwas Mrs. Ramona Sweat Mrs. Bud Clemons in
native of Phoenix Ariz.
or more acre lots. W. Southard, defendant, in the ,
This change in classification is amount of $1,973.00 togetherwith Friday in Lake Butler. Ilahira, Ga. spent the Heilbronn Springs. Mr. Chapman. had resided in
subject to a public of YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Monroe Kitiler and Mrs. weekend with her parents, Mr and Mrs. Jim Reddish Orlando since his retirementas
hearing collection
to hn costs
the City Council of the City Carlton attended Faith and took Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mar- .
held on Tuesday January 25, Have seized and have in Eula Mr. Mrs. Drew Sweat. prison superintendent in ':
my of Hampton, Florida, will accept Church in Palatka Mr. and Mrs. Robert ton to Lake City for supper rh'di ,
1977 at 7:30: p.m., in the County possession the following des- Baptist TaylorSr. 1956, a position he held for 25
sealed bids from any qualified and Louise visitedMr. Monday night honoring them
Commission Room in the Brad cribed personal property to-wit: Sunday.Mr. Mary years. He served as State I
ford County Courthouse. Individual, firm, or corporation and Mrs. Louis Marton and Mrs. John Crews, and on their birthdays.Mrs. Senator from Volusia County
At this
for the purpose of procuring a visited his brother Alex Mar- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ruby Dobbs and Mrs. from
time all persons interested shall 1970 Ford Country Squire Taylor, 1926 to 1930, and earlierin i rb
be heard for or against the Station Wagon Tag No. 45-3363 truck which meets the following ton and Mrs. Mary FreemanIn Jr. in Lake City Sunday after Mary Marcus returned home life had been ordained a
proposal specifications: Wednesday after a visit with
as specified in the I.D. No. OE76Y267473 Lake Shore Hospital in noon. minister in the United
Code of Bradford County.Zoning 1. One ton chassis cab. Lake City Monday night. Mrs. Earl Dobbs spent Mon- Mrs. Dorothy Merrill in Jack- Methodist Church, serving

2. Minimum of 159.5 inch wheel A.M. Jones Mrs. Alzy day through Wednesday with sonville. in
A.R. Kiefer, Chairman As the property of the above pastorates Key West, St.
Bradford County Zoning Board named defendant and that on base. Thomas, Mrs. Delores Crews, her daughter and family, the Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Griffis Augustine, and Fort Pierce.
3. Minimum of 292 cubic inch. and and Donald Sims had as Wednesday
Monday, the 31st day of Mrs. Register, Mr. Howard Registers. He was a 50-year member and
Six cytindar engine displace. Mrs. Bob Dan and Michael (Dobbs visited morning guests, Mrs.
1/6 3tchg 1/20 January, 1977, at twelve o'clock Granger, Mr. past state exalted ruler of the
Noon on said day on the ment. Pam Register and Mrs. and Mrs. Howard Register Jennings and sister of Jacksonville Elks Lodge, and was currently
of the Bradford premises 4. Minimum Four-speed transmission Martha Bullard visited Mrs.Marylo'reeman. and Mrs. Alzy Thomas in Lake Beach. a member of the
in the floor. ,in Lake Shore City Wednesday.Little Visitors in the First Baptist
NOTICE Yard, I will offer for sale and Church of St. Luke
PUBLIC HEARINGA sell to the highest bidder for 5. Dual wheels on the rear. Hospital in Lake City Tues- Debra Lynn Mc. Church of Raiford Sundaywere (Episcopal) in Orlando.
750-16 tires with tubes. Cullough spent a few days this Mrs. Alzy Thomas of his
During tenure as prison
cash in the
hand above des- day.Some
7. Spare tires and wheel of same of those celebrating week as a guest of her grand- Lake City and Mr. and Mrs.
public hearing will be held at cribed property of said defen- superintendent, Mr. Chapman four grandchildren and one
the City Hall, Starke, Florida dant to satisfy the aforesaid size. birthdays this week were parents, Mr. and Mrs. Les Benny Shirley of Raiford. was in demand as an after greatgrandchild.Funeral .

Monday, February 7, 1977 at 5 Execution. Michael Dobbs and Jeffrey McCullough in Hampton. Hope you will be with us often. dinner speaker at civic clubs, services were held
Delivery date will be a factor in Mrs. Effie Crews of Jacksonville
p.m. for the following purpose Dolph E. Reddish, Sheriff Clemons. Mrs. Thelma Thorton church groups, and other at 10 a.m. Saturday. Jan. 8, at
and Mrs. Mozell
placing a mobile home at the Bradford County, Florida awarding bids. Mrs. Howard Register and visited her mother in Georgiaa organizations throughout the the Cathedral Church of St.
All bids must be sealed and Mrs. Alzy Thomas visited Mr. few days last week. Eiland of Orange Park visited state. He .1 I
following locations: was a frequent guest Luke in Orlando with the Very
delivered to the City Clerk, City and Mrs. Earl Dobbs and Mr. Mrs. Ruby Dobbs visited Willie Carter and took him and
All parties will be heard at this 1/6 4tchg 127IN / speaker at the Starke Rev O'Kelley Whitaker offi
times. of Hampton, P.O. Box 250, and Mrs. Gerald Griffis Mr. and Mrs. A.B. Whiteheadand home with them Sunday. Rotary Club and Chamber of ciating. Interment was in

Hampton, Florida, 32044, before Thursday and Mrs. Thomas attended l church with Mrs. Pat Graham of Provi- Commerce. Greenwood Cemetery,

1. John H. Thoronton THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 7:30: p.m., Tuesday, February 8, stayed through Sunday with them at Pine Level Church dence visited her parents the Survivors include one son, Orlando.

Lot in area north of West THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- 1977. All bids received will be her mother, Mrs. Mary Free Sunday night. Thomas Moores, here Sunday Gen L.F. Chapman Jr.,

Weldon Street an intersection of CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR opened that evening at the re- Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs afternoon.Mr. USMC (retired), former com-

North Grand Street on west side BRADFORD COUNTY. gular monthly meeting of the man.Mrs.. Edna Cason and Mrs. and Mrs. Mary Freeman took and Mrs. Jack Cason of mandant of the Marine Corps Military Officer
CASE NO. 76315IN City Council. Ira of Mrs. Thomas home Ormond Beach visited their
of Grand Street the south east Starling Macclenny Alzy to and present U.S. CommIs- addressing underlings: "I
The City Council hereby reserves visited Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lake City Sunday afternoon. parents, Mr.) and Mrs sioner of Immigration and around
corner of lot. don't want people ,
RE the right to reject and Dobbs afternoon.Mrs. Mrs. Paulette Freeman Theodore Rosier and other relatives -
Signed: AI Crosby, Chairman of : The Marriage of JAMES any Thursday of Naturalization; three sisters, who say 'yes' all the time. I
here this weekend.
ROMEY BURNEY, Hus all bids received. L.J. Mikell and son Sanderson visited Mrs. Mary Mrs. Blanche Lawton Mrs. who
Starke Zoning Board want people say 'yes,
Merrill Edward, City Clerk band/Petitioner, Mary Lee Allen, City Clerk Handy of Crystal River, Mr. Freeman Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Martha Riherd visited Lorena Coberly, and Mrs. sir'1"

and and Mrs. Eddie Reynolds of Earl Dobbs was a Monday Mrs. Gerald Griffis and Mary Brown, all of Orlando; Airman

1/20 FRANCES BURNEY,Wife/Res 1/20 2tchg 1/27 family Monday.
pond<>nt. .


white saleSAVE '
: Frances Burney Address

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Unknown Pursuant to Section 865.09 '

the City Council of 1he City Florida Statutes, notice is here- d

of Hampton Florida, \will/ accept YOU ARE HEREBY by given that the undersignedSteve [}{] __

bids from any qualified individual NOTIFIED, that an action for Arnold, Rt. 1, Mimosa
Dissolution of
firm, or corporation for Matrimony has Manor, Starke, Florida, 32091,
SAVE 13% un 11%
been_filed against you and you
the of procuring
purpose a dump -doing- business under the firm
body which meets the following are required to serve a copy of name of "CONFEDERATE GUN
written defenses if to 3.49 2.49
specifications: any SHOP," 416 East Call Street
it on J.J. WOLBERT, JR., At- f.
Bradford WAS Ml WAS AM
County, Florida, I
1. Flat bed, 12 feet long to be torney for 142 Petitioner, whose 32091, intends to register said 4yv I ,rti ti FILL FITTER ARC TWIN nuta UN
address is West Call Street,
installed on One Ton truck fictitious name under the \O FILL FLAT SHEETS TWIN rut sumMerfMtreak

chassis. P.O. Box 1086. Starke, Florida, provisions of aforesaid statue. L ? Mista Nc-kM sheets hENE6 N. .,
2. Steel bulkhead and floor 32091, and file the original with ..
Steve Arnold, owner. MS ciltM/US prlp.> paste rtttli b)
3. 24 inch steel side stakes. the Clerk of the abovestyledCourt Dated this 20th day of S:!. ester.ciltrsaid ptIesi. Utcst .tun st,....
on or before February 10,
4. Clearance lights. January, A.D. 1977 at Starke, ,-
5. Bid should include price of in 1977, otherwise a judgment may Florida. FITTER MATTRESS.. FIR
5 88
stallation.All be entered against you for the 1/20 4tpd 210IN V a ruLsiuumuiu... .
relief demanded in the Petition.
bids must be sealed and WITNESS my hand and the TWMSUIMATTMSSU... *.88
delivered to the City Clerk, City seal of said Court on the 10 dayof THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR Thursday Friday and Saturday!,
of Hampton, P.O. Box 250, January BRADFORD COUNTY, 1 00
Hampton, Florida, 32044, before SAVE 15% ,.
7:30: p.m. Tuesday, February 8, CLERK OF SAID COURT PROBATE DIVISIONFile : 4;

1977. All bids will be opened that By Beulah Clerk M. Moody set no SHIRTS THAT via ,, ., }' t f
Deputy Number 77.12-CP 4
evening at the regular monthly MS IOIT FOR A RUT FIT v4 c
meeting of the City Council. Division 1-2577 ,
1/13 2/3
The City Council hereby reserves 4tchg
the right to reject any and

Mary Lee Allen, City Clerk NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Deceased. I Ion ttt slay ICetit(111r '1 _AAe

REGISTER d wit ti INS skn. \k Kit. cotori I SAVE 3,00 s PITS VALUE PIISo
1/20 2tchg 1/27 FICTITIOUS NAME NOTICE TO CREDITORSTO MtiM. tail sissies S, M. L,XL

9.88 1.94I
Pursuant to Section 865-09 ALL PERSONS HAVING 1.77



OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR Anthony R. Hayes P.O. Box TATE. c 3 87 ass (leer mints pull quilted on nl NOI> f flllroes.lED, PILLOW,MTTORTICK.CORDEIEDCES ,

BRADFORD COUNTY. 319 Lawtey, Florida 32058 N ill midis"" nishiWe Fur mi!lor ntry bed t sire! CCLORFAST PASTELS
CASE NO.76.412 doing business under the firm Within three months from the DISCOUNT P ICE WAS VOI
name of "HAYES ELECTRIC," time of the first publication of .

IN RE: The Marriage of P.O. Box 319, Lawtey Bradford this notice you are required to : A IR i TENEt. MER'S SAVINGS SHEMEISI I .y5 k. .., SAVE 1f@\lJrn6\! [

WILLIAM ELZIE SANDERS, County, Florida, 32058, intendsto file with the clerk of the Circuit I til MUM M I tip k"1Id. ;: '" -N- "" ON

JR., HusbandPetitioner, register said fictitious name Court of BRADFORD County, CMMS HMTS, .c_ support.. J 12. .y .' -.IC'M-JtJ."' ':
of Florida, Probate Division, the !S :1:
and under the provisions aforesaid / \1rY .lIi201411"C..IO..11I
SUSAN JANE SANDERS, statute. address of which is Bradford .s'" : TOWELS, 1(0% C0TTM YANK 1.00

WifeRespondent.. Anthony R. Hayes owner. County Courthouse, Starke, < ; \ .
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NOTICE OF SUIT Dated this 30th day of Florida, 32091 a written state .:. .! -l\:. ,.MaUSMIUU11I TOWELILIINRllirS 1 97 ...
NO PROPERTYTO December, A.D. 1976 at Starke, ment of any claim or demand r w :;, ,. 22142" SIZE .

may have against the estate --' !, .. '' :; '
Florida. you C v = Z' ,. :-;/ 0, JUMIO 2Si44" ATM
: Susan Jane Sanders, c/o 12/30 4tchg 1/20 of CARMAN ANTHONY w g .. l1_, '., V COTTON YELIIII.I TIWllI'2.38

Johnny Landon, Hinesville, CERMENARO, deceased. 1 /
Georgia Each claim must be in writingand SAVE 1.10 v,,; *.%? PRO. OF FIN COTTON WISIjy -
must indicate the basis for VE 2.N VALIE PLIS *" t* 7" : / CLOTHS,LOCI-MIT COTTOR
YOU ARE HEREBY ABANDONING AN UNUSED the claim, the name and addressof 4 ; -V Vf 7 WEAVEEITCNENTOWA1.00.

NOTIFIED, that an action for the creditor or his agent or attorney S.04M '1
Dissolution of has and the amount claimed.If .
Matrimony _
been filed against you and you "'
are required to serve a copy of date when it will become due SUIT LOO/MEAT PRICES! .
COUNTY, FLORIDA.TO CM resist*! Nick crepe sole $? I
your written defenses if any to shall be stated. If the claim is TOP RAW Whit JACKETS OH RHILAR RIVE JEANS In uttji wen. M sizes 113 r

it on J.J. WOLBERT. JR., Attorney ALL WHOM IT MAY contingent or unliquidated, the MS ptfyntir It usrc t Macs, t IOOH title ..... hr.t" I 1

for Petitioner, whose/ address CONCERN.You nature of the uncertainty shall be f .p dtlrYE{. Sot krif.SU. I. sifts stttftk 4 pickets zt.I = 1 I I' I

is 142 West Call Street, stated. If the claim is secured '_ -L '

P.O. Box 1086 Starke, Florida will take notice that after the security shall be described. '

32091, and file the original with publication of a Notice of The claimant shall deliver / l' -t II r.raw
sufficient copies of the claim to r
the Clerk of the above-styled Hearing on a Petition for closing r ? VANE 1113 SAVE 31% SAVE 21% .,
10. the clerk to enable the clerk to
Court on or before February
unused road
1977, otherwise a judgment may and lying abandoning in Sections an 26 and 35. mall representative.ALL one copy. to each personal ,1 LtAV' ; <. tu 2.99 66c 48

be entered against you for the Township 5 South, Range 22 ,

relief demanded in the East Bradford County, Florida, fit, supis LOW ISCOUN1 MAC( DISCOUNT MICE WAS Mo DISCOUNT MICE WAS MEAOU
WITNESS my hand and the Commissioners of Bradford 22itO" ??,,,???.? 100-PACI SWEET IRW Motn-mscoim) MMOfTjRUn
seal of said Court on the 10 day County Florida, at the meetingon BE FOREVER BARRED. DISCOUNT MICE WAS 11.04 2/r21" SIT[.,??...? .,1,11 (limit t R* Call Ruki) 1 MART MI

of January, 1977. January 10, 1977, passed a p ) MEW IISS11" LUTRER '
GILBERT' S. BROWN AS Resolution closing and Dated Jan.! 12, 1977. III Ij .- WNKSINS-ItiNTILUi! 11V1 25% mil rust

CLERK OF SAID COURTBy abandoning a road and renouncing 12% p t ly SAVE 1.11 it;,, 4 Teat well nentrictlM. rtrt PEPSI (R COIECUSSES _
: Beulah M. Moody and disclaiming any Alfred Anthony Cermenaro 11 nap life. allured! look.1 712. p 0 02.PIO. :. fix NlDltq

Deputy Clerk right of Bradford County, Dominic Anthony CermenaroAs OF FOIN a CMMNNERT
Personal Representative (sl) 1.96 97- r, EMU M US
Florida, and the in and to V
of the Estate of CARMAN ANTHONY I I I

1/13 4tchg 2/3 tIe land lying within said unused DISCOUNT MICE WASIN DISCOUNT MICE WASAJiI 1 6 95
CERMENARO, Deceased ; j
road: Said road abutls or runs POLRSFM SRAP OP A (ARUIR ORRHirS was 111 DIscox pir 1gCE
over the following described SRARP LITTLE OTS WESTERN SHIRTS I

REGISTER parcels of land: GEORGE H. PIERCE law *...* ..... to nftrM IM attN eta*q a/rsECb salt SAVE 23% SAVE OP TO 27% WI 2.10
FICTITIOUS NAME All of the North 588.92 feet pMsitucettr, lilt. SUn III sup I tt$EL tr Hctm. 1U.MMrTUTURECI .
Pursuant to Section 865.09 of the South Quarter of the SW DRAWER 1030 0" Sin, PI6.OF ) SILK 1 44

Florida Statutes, notice is here- quarter East of U.S. Highway STARKE, FLORIDA 32091 N SAVE 11% IM, WHITE ;} CHOICE J-t W/UATMRIRtP
301. West of the Seaboard Airline ;
by given that the undersigned Railway and North of the Telephone 964-5701 or 964-8168 67 1 PC ALOMIROM SAOCEPM 5.84 0I 0-

Kenneth Crawford Rt. 1, Box County graded road in Section ? 2.33 JET IRIRCR CUT/IROR i(
25, Lawtey, Florida, 32058. doing WAS$7E, $KN1ET.IETCNK119 WAST.N
26, Township 5 South, Range 22 2-W
business under the firm 1/20 2tchg 1/27 : DISCOUNT mice WAS I

name of "KENNY'S FINA SERVICE East, Bradford County, Florida. WOMEN'S CAMP MCCCASINSMi F SAVE 21% SA 1 Ii i

," 709 South Walnut A triangular piece of land SARR M WRITE VIRTL .Petim 1
being 475.74 feet East of the + NNISNab PIT'WTICKI ,
Starke Bradford heed) IteutliM n4 rule Intwt TiItTTS1 :
Street. SW Corner of Section 26, tafK| M.Crept SILL knl.S10 FLEA COLLARFORTOORMR I
County, Florida 32091, intendsto Township 5 South, Range 22 / : "if' II 1 N'e

register said fictitious name East, on the Easterly boundaryof .
of aforesaid 1.99 87c wf
under the provisions U.S. 301 and running North : : !
statute. / SAVE 25% L m WAS 247 :. ,
31 degrees 7' 10" East 132 feetto y I 1
Kenneth owner.
the Southerly boundary of the SAY114%
Dated this 13th day of County graded road, run thence unul t

January, A.D. 1977 at Starke, South 71 degrees 34' 50" East 0 1.88 2"88 14" II.IIm err ay. ,I

Florida. 324.74 feet, to the Southerly DISCOUNT MICI WAS MOT DISCOUNT MICE WAS J/Mt sf.R110 11II. 88 OALMNSRAMPOOTOL' IN's .
1/13 4tchg 2/3 of the Section 'and The oldest golfing club in the
world ii the Honorable Company DISCOUNT .
run thence South 88 degrees 25' \
10" West. 376.5 feet, to the of Edinburgh Golfers, tIN) t la* tt afe 1 nick.Mrt.caan.irMiS.11.1. lain km. '... Wtt N Mutt OlSRMfl CRIW 2."WAS 11.11, IIW 1.,.., w us NeY 1
Point of Beginning.The which came into being Mttt ntM ion Sin 1.1.t11At PM ...II 10-1J 2f WUiSJOMW2MI WASJ.At IU.N St
"After dinner fit a while; North quarter of the NW March. 1744."Moonlight. p1 p1ITW"MaliiS

After supper walk a mlle".. quarter:.of-NW.quactab-Seclion._-. -. ---..-----. EAGLE THE CONVENIENT ''. l A-st Pack Reg. & Kings Super 100's \\11 I 1

Thomas Fuller 35, Township 5 South, Range 22 FAMILY DISCOUNT STORES ., ; 1'- CIGARETTES "f

East. Bradford County, Florida. Nathaniel ii sculpture.Hawthorne. Opwn
This Notice Ie published one

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Mrs. Gertrude Williams of Mr. and Mrs. Marc Jacksonand Mr. and Mrs. Richard Welty Bradford Local admittances this to + ,. Public Office Abuse
the Magnolia Hotel is in St. daughters visited her and family attended the County Hospital ,
include Luther Hardee.
Vincent s Hospital for over- parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. wedding and reception of their : i": 'rV
servation and treatment. Her Smith in Williston on Sunday. nephew, Gregory Ward, and Robert Trammell Grandner, Cecil Ar A three-pronged legislative Issue advisory) opinions,
niece, Mrs. Gladys Durden of Teresa Indihar at Merritt Messer, Stephen effort to deal with .abuse ofQublic receive complaints, conduct
Susie Owen Mrs. Jessie '
at NOW AT LEILA'S afternoon. Mrs. h investigations, hold hearingsand
St. Petersburg is staying SALE Island Saturday office and conflict of -
her auntin Fowler, Mrs. Mae Vickery, report apparent violations
the hotel and visiting
e i interest problems in the federal
and E.W.
Hazel Paulk Mrs. Hwa Cha Glisson and law enforce.
Carl Mathews to
the hospital. Mrs. spent r will be appropriate
(Hodges were in Tallahassee Mrs. Marvel Owen of Starke, government authorities.
last week with her son and ur i ment
i launched tomorrow by U.S.
and Wednesday of Joshua Barter and Mrs.Obclia .
SALE NOW AT LEILA'S Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Bruce t Chiles' bill mandates public
family, D-Fla
Sen. Lawton Chiles ( )J.Chiles' J.
last week attending the State Tetstone of[ Brooker; disclosure of personal
Dr. R.E. Dopson attended a Association of County Com Mathews in Mrs. Beulah Thornton of Lake proposal would: finances by the President,
education seminar in missioners committee (Roy Whitcomb and -establish a
four day Vice President, members of
Miami last week. meetings. They were joined SALE NOW LEILA'S: Butler'i.. of Melrose; duct applying ,to all federal Congress, federal justices and
Thursday and Friday by Walter Powell and Mrs. employees, including the
Maxie Carter, Jr. when the Mrs. J.C. Vining of Palatkais Dorothy McMichael of llrudfard County Head( Start students met with Smokey the President and members of judges, upper and grade military federal
DPC Robert A. Wiggins of three attended a seminar Thursday visitor of her Keystone Heights; Mrs. Billie Hear ami Forest Hanger James Kramer Monday, Joining them Congressset ; officers, and candidates for
Norfolk, Va. spent the weekend under the auspices of theFlorida aunt, Mrs. L.D. Vining. Watson and John DeVore of were (.Indents! from Sunshine Acres. up a Federal President, Vice President or
with his parents, Mr. and State University.Mr. Lawtey; and Mrs. Flora Commission on Ethics to
Mrs. Orie Wiggins, when his Dr. and Mrs. Kiert Sundus- Caudill of Raiford conduct investigations into Congress.
and Mrs. Jim Mine Smokey Visits Head Start Classes and make Amounts and source of Income
ship the Mt. Whittier was and Mrs. Curtis adee, Dr. code violations and values of
docked at Mayport Friday to Edwards spent Thursday to singer and Mr. and Mrs. SALE NOW,; AT LEILA'S findings; andrequire assets, and real estate and
Sunday Robert, who has beenin Saturday at the Greenleaf Curtis Sanders had dinner at Smokey the Bear dropped in supervised by Bob Triffiletti.] public financial securities transactions are
service for six months has resort in Haines City where the Foxfire Restaurant in Kev. and Mrs. T.A.Steele of for a quick visit with children disclosure by upper level matters which must be
just returned from a four Mr. Edwards attended the Jacksonville Saturday night to Lake Placid were last at Bradford County's Head Beginning the week of employees in all three among

months Mediterrean cruise. Board of Directors meeting of celebrate Mrs. Sanders' birthday Wednesday and Thursday Start school Monday January 17, the Bradford branches of the federal disclosed.Criminal are

the Florida Hotel and Motel guests of Mrs. W.B. Mundy. Accompanied by Forest Head Start Center will ob government. provided for failure penalties to meet
James Kramer helpers in "One of our greatest problems
Association. They also visited Hanger serve community
"If there's way Ruth Rich in Tampa Fridayand Rev. and Mrs. Frank Mr. and Mrs. J.G Jackson Smokey talked with the action: Wednesday, students today," the senator the requirements of the
Saturday. Starling and son, Jason, and visited Mrs. Bessie Etheridge children and posed with them will visit Piggly Wiggly Store, noted, "is that people have legislation.A .
the new tax law Mr. and Mrs. Smith of lost confidence their number of senators, in
Larry and Mrs. Ila Rain in Chieflandon fora picture. The film Thursday, Fire Chief Eldon in
SALE NOW AT LEILA'S Panama City were last Friday Sunday. "Smokey's Story" was also Sapp will visit the class and leaders not in government, cluding Chiles, have been
can save you overnight guests of Mr. and shown. talk about fire prevention, and not in the system, but in the voluntarily issuing such disclosures -

we'll Mrs. A.J. Barry spent last Mrs. W.L. Thomas. SALE NOW LEILA'S Also visiting the school this Friday Police Chief Jimmy people who run it. each year and the
money, trend last in
week in New York City week were students from Sun Bowen will visit and talk with "If they do not have confidence developed year
find it." attending the National Betty Ann Crawford of shine Acres, basketball team. students on police protection.SOUTIIS1DE in us, then they cannot the Presidential campaign.
Needlework Association Providence is staying with her J.H. C'hambl'rllanCompletl'S have much confidence in our

meeting.Mr. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. !Navy: Course decisions. I believe these
Barney McRae while her - ELEMENTARY[ NEWS ethics provisions will help restore Couple to travel agent:

and Mrs. Edward mother, Mrs. Bobby Navy Aviation Boatswain'sMate that confidence." "Sept-rate oceans, please,"
ib.- Schwab of Merritt Island Crawford, is in Lake Shore Airman Recruit JamesIt. Southside ElementarySchool Title I Reading Program. Chiles who successfully -Joe Mirochi in Saturday
spent the weekend with Mrs. Hospital for observation and Chamberlain Jr., son of Library is featuring a Miss Laura Rose transferredfrom sponsored the federal Govern Review
James Barron and took their treatment. Mr and Mrs James II Cham- display about trees in connection Title I to First Grade to ment in the Sunshine Act,

.. l son Eddie back to his i studies berlin of Route 1, Box 305 II, with Arbor Day, replace Mrs. Lynn Stephenswho added "If we believe that
Henry W Block in Gainesville after six weeks b1 r. and Mrs. C.H Lawtey, has completed the January 1. Centered around a will be out the reaminder government exists by the will FLORIDATHEATRE
That's a brand-new reason. visit Nasworthy visited his brother Navy's Aircraft Handling (able of books about trees, articles of the year on a maternity of the people, then we must
The new 1976 tax law Is full and sister-in-law, Mr. and Course. and pamphlets about leave of absence. also believe people have a

of changes. New credits. Mr. and Mrs. John Watson, Mrs. J.T. Nasworthy in During the six week courseat trees, we have specimens of a Gladden is very familiar with right to know how their
new deductions ..newrulesthataHectyou III attended the Super Bowl Winter Park last Thursday the Naval Air Technical number of trees. Students are the Southside program since representatives are using the #
substitute for
and game in Pasadena, Cal. on J.T. Nasworthy is recoveringfrom Training Center, Lakehurst, encouraged to identify the she served as earlier this power that was given to .
every taxpayer But Block Jan. 9.SALE. a heart attack. N.J., Chamberlain studied trees by matching a name Mrs. Mullins year. them."
people are ready to help aircraft crash response procedures card to the specimen. Stu Mrs.( Gladden is certified in The code of conduct would Fri. Sat Sun
NOW AT LEILA'S also asked to add to Early Childhood and has had
dents are
save you money by taking and learned firefighting limit: acceptance of gifts;
every allowable deductionand Mrs. Ethel Simmons of rescue and a list that tells "why we need four years experience teach engaging in conduct or associations .
Richmond. Va. and Mrs. Much fun is being had ing kindergarten in Knoxville, r
credit Mrs.James Barron was last emergency reaction techni trees. that might give the
Clara Swails of Camilla Ga. of Mrs. Carol Clark of
in counting the number Tenn. of
luncheon of her
BLOCK Friday guest are spending several days ques.Chamberlain in a cross sectionof Starke is interning in Mrs. Iva impression ,
aunt, Mrs. Lula White, in joined the growth rings performance of services con.
with Mrs. Bertha Pearce. in an oak tree trying to Jean Han-ell's fourth grade with official duties
Gainesville. Navy July 1976. flicting ;
118 N. Walnut 964-8286 determine how old the tree is. class. Miss Elaine Griffis is participation in matters which i I
The Southside staff is working as an associate might materially benefit the ii i I
- - - - - -" - - UilliamLniicOnUSSKonttevrlt kindergarten teacher with Mrs. Eugenia .
elcome -
pleased to a new his
person family or a prior
third grade class.
teacher, Mrs. hitehead's within two of
employer years
Gladden. She is replacing Both young ladies are students
Cheryl his federal employment.
Boiler Technician A P E
NOTICETo Second Navy Class William Lane Mrs. Mary Agnes Ferguson at the University of acceptance of employmentfrom
who transferred to the Florida whom he dealt i
and Mrs.
Jr., son of Mr. dRIisJAWSof Giant Shark
William Lane Sr.-of Route 1, with while a government

The Stock Holders Of The Starke, spent while Christmas in \ .'w lIih'ltlti"'inI.u" January LUNCH W MENU.21 employee The ethics for three commission years. COLO[NonobiconiuuTeittKINCKONGlPLUS, PU]
Taranto. Italy deployed
tOiMd f.<'od(, members-
Pilia would have
MONDAY: seven
with the U.S. Sixth Fleet in t the : Krxiill
Maj milk.
corn peachttt three
appointed directly by
Mediterranean Sea. gravy,
Community State Bank TUESDAY..!..Hamburgir the President two by the
Lane is serving as a crew- meshed pol. peon boots cook it
member aboard the aircraft InIIn': (- ArrriTALLAHASSEE delight corn bread. milk. President from a list sub Paul Lemat In
WEDNESDAY Meat lauce with mitted by leaders of the
carrier USS Franklin Hitchhiking spaghetti ftarden laud' applecame. Senate and House, and two by Aloha
in .
homeportcd hot rolls milk.THURSDAY
Of StarkeThere may soon be hard on Btel vegetable soup the President from a list
Mayport.The missions of the Sixth your pocketbook as well as peanut butter undwlcn, tossed salad.pears submitted by the Judicial Bobby and Rose
U.S. our feet says the Florida milk. Conference of the U.S.
Fleet to
are protect FRIDAY' Beans and wemerl.tebbepefUw
citizens, shipping and interests Highway Patrol ,trull lello,biscuit mllH. [It would be empowered to
Will Be The Stock Holders Annual Meeting On in the Mediterranean; "Since the 1976 legislature
authorized cities to pass their soDRIVEIN
to deter aggression against
Jan. 28 1977 7 P.M.At by our Western maintaining European mobile allies own several anti-hitchhiking have begun studyingthe The RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT Co.

possibilities, says Colonel 925 West Adams, JacksonvilleSee
forces to
striking ; promote Reach, director of

The Banking House 114 W. Madison St. peace Mediterranean and stability area; and in the to the Florida Patrol has had a low prohibiting our MICROWAVE OVENS THE BEST

create goodwill for the United Fri Sat

States. tion of a roadway paved l for UP TO DATE). Will TRADE -- BUY SELL or L OSACKX
vehicular traffic for the purpose
of soliciting a ride employment SERVICE EQUIPMENT. NEW AND USED RESTAU j NICHOlSON

town S. country homesQUALITY or business from RANT EQUIPMENT GALORE

occupant of any vehicle for 'J ONE" F& OVER"
time }However it is legal
the !
when nut standing on THECUCKOOS
925 Adams Jacksonville
West ,
1 pavement outside of municipalities l

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In 1976 almost 500 R f R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R f R R f. A Fantasy Film United Artists
pedestrians were killed in MEN WOMEN
1 1 Jo'iorid.and\ if hitchhiking PLUS
laws will help reduce these : The Army offers more than :

deaths, we will do our best to Whaflf '

assist in every way possible," : a good job with good pay. ;: street punfesgrabbc
the director
"About The Army offers you the chance to further your ;. 1

MODERATE INCOME FAMILIESA all Woman I've ever shopper done:with my education. Last year alone, there were over 200,000 your si a '

life is wait for something to enrollments in college and vocational courses by .

REAL BREAK be reduced 50 percent. people in the Army. And the Army paid up to 75% of '

FrrankHn Folger. Field : the tuition and fees. ;:

Newspaper Syndicate + The Army offers you the chance to travel. You can ,. ,

8010 INTEREST + work in Europe, Korea, Panama, Hawaii, Alaska or JIM MITCrfU.,,
Till-:Im.\uJo'JUt! almost anywhere in the Continental U.S.

('UU TELKCUAPII>1I The Army offers you one of the best benefit packages United Artists

LOW DOWN PAYMENT Published every' Thursdayat : anywhere. You get free food, housing, medical, : R.
1.MV.: Call Street and dental care, just for starters. I

Starke,Florida 32091 And you don't have to do it now. High School I Sun Mon

.....,. Seniors can make the choice now and leave up to
y't" Second Class
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12 months later.
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1 tf, vl.' t.- r" ".. In trade area: $7 per : 786-5800 In Jacksonville
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