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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 27, 1977
Publication Date: 1888-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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submitted Tuesday night to the Bradford County Zoning
Board by its attorney, Jess Wolbert.
After studying the proposed ordinance, the board will hold a
County SwapsForMoreArea special meeting; at 7:30: p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 1, for further
discussion and to draft its recommendation to the Board of
County Commissioners. With Commission approval the Zoning'
Board will then schedule a public hearing on the measure.
Although the Zoning Board has already approved two PUD
; projects in the county it did so, acting only under a set of rules

A picture is worth a thousand words and last week's snow hud weather to combine a photo taking trek with a trip to the post borrowed from a similar ordinance,without having one of its own.
local residents taking enough photos to stock a fair sited library. office in the nearby town. Snow fall in Keystone Heights and Wolbert explained that the new ordinance would require much
Keystone Heights residents Faye McCormack, left, and :Martha Hampton nearly two inches In some spots was among the more detailed plans from the developer, who would be bound to _
out heaviest in the carry out the proposal within a certain time, or the property "I
Tyre were early \\ednesdjy morning/: braving 19dpgrre reported surrounding areas. "
rezoned to suit his purposes, would revert to its former v'
'At KH LandfillA classification..
Wolbert explained that a approved at one time without
JB-r-r-r-r-r r PUD project is actually a necessitating separate zoning

land with ITT for a site off Brownlee Road. planned community detailing hearing for each different use.
swap For example, a PUD project
The has already been specific uses for all property
Inc. Bradford county
Kayonier
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gives within the development could include residential sites,
notified the state Depart-
County another 35-37 acre by
both single and mutiple family
ment of Environmental which could all be zoned and
landfill site to the
16 Mornings Of Below Freezing Weather RecordedWith present Keystone adjacent dump about Regulation (DER) that the and dwellings other;types convenience of business stores as
dump there will haveto
eight miles from Starke off present long as they were specified in
SR-100 and about two miles be closed
16 days of below Blandmg but the most prolonged million to the citrus and 50 percent; commercial or- west of Keystone Heights in ,(See Page 14) the original plan. Once the
plan is adopted Wolbert said,
freezing temperatures recorded cold was a ten-day winter vegetable crops. namentals, 50 percent; sugar the edge of the county.
from With losses in cane, 25 percent.A the developer must conform to
at the Camp Blanding period January 17 vegetable The trade approved the
weather station during the through 26th, when the mercury South Florida estimated at 10-day shipment and sales County Commission In a is it, or the property will revertto
first 26 days of January, thiswinter's dropped to 32 or below from 95 to 100 percent, pricesfor embargo was placed Mondayon special meeting Monday 2 Killed its former classification.
cold appeared to every day except one. The fresh produce were fresh orange and grape- night, involves 40.5 acres near Minimum size of a PUD
have surpassed that of 1958 successive low readings at soaring early this week. Nor- fruit to prevent spoiled fruit Lincoln City south of Starke K development would be 20
believed to have been the Blandmg were: 22. 18, 18, 16, man's Produce in Starke said from going to market and to owned by the county for the 35- i acres, if it contains commercial
24 28 26 28, 42 and 18 tomatoes had from give the industry time to test I uses, or 10 acres if all
previous record breaker .duringthe gone $10 7: next to the present '
ekes As.Biles. \ residential. .
fruit for ,
locally Jan 17-2& pf'l'lrMl.t J per 30-pound box to $18-120 per damage. Oranges keystone landfill. It will
and 24 were box damaged too badly to be Wolbert said the pun ordin-
Lows of 21, 21. While natural galJho'rtages by Wednesday. Pole enable the county to continueto
recorded in the threedayperiod were hitting other south beans, cabbage, and squash shipped can still be used for use the higher and dryer xCATIII ance would prevent piecemeal
would
Jan. 11, 12, 13 attilrc showed similar increases.A juice. zoning and prevent
land as a central landfill for
eastern states. City Clerk development of
Norman's The board described the haphazard
spokesman at CollideTwo
Merrill Edwards said he had a years to come.
freeze "much property. The developer must
which grows some of its win as more severe
telegram from Florida Gas than the 1962 disaster" when Though about a third the conform to the plan, as
ter "All
said.
: ilttui goerThursday greens locally size of the KH landfill
jt Co assuring him of adequate present must back to
we've left is collards production dropped from an Bradford County men adopted or come
got ,
which is almost used
for area, ,
supplies non-interruptable up
board for
which can stand the cold." annual 125 million boxes of were killed Sunday afternoon the zoning approvalof
residential and the new site will extend the
customers ( Mustard turnips, and other citrus to 107 million, then when the trail bikes they were any major change he
but "life" of the KH landfill for
small commencall
) askingthe
make.In .
wishes to
skidded million the
greens "are gone, but had to 89 next riding collided head-on in a
because the garbagenow
cooperation of consumersin Before the January years of Grandin in other action at Tuesday'smeeting -
U been mostly harvested before year. into the field just west ,
conserving gas where being placed : the board denied the
freeze Florida's
the worst freezes hit. present crop is Putnam County.
compacted.
ground
possible. "Strawberries are way behind was estimated at a record 213 Robert Thomas Crawford CLARKCathi petition of Doyle E Starlingfor
Local use of natural gas million boxes. Commission chairman dead-on- change in classification of
17 of Lawtey was
it was said, but the ,
said
rose from 137,116 therms In not Although current freezing George Roberts Rayonier arrival at Bradford County 42 acres, one mile west of
plants are permanently
November to 156,327 in damaged "just standing periods and those of 1958 were will retain ownership of the Hospital shortly after the 3:30: Clark Lawtey on the South side of
December Edwards expectsJanuary's Umber the new site, but will Road 225 from Exclusive Ag
more prolonged, the accident. James Caudill
still" and not putting on any mercury p.m.
cut five acres of it immediately
use to equal or exceed Rural which would
growth until warmer weather. has not yet dipped as low as Griffis, 27, of Starke, was to Open ,
of so the county can use it
the previous high sale of lots for
one acre
The Florida Emergency the 11 degrees recorded hereon taken to Putnam Community permit
as a landfill. The county will
176KM therms set in January mobile homes.
December and died Crowned
Board of the U.S. Agriculture 30, 1961. the land, which is Hospital in Palatka
of 1976. Department announced estimated The prediction is for con- survey added. several hours later. The requested zoning was
"Some customers are going losses in the tinued cold in this area with customary Roberts Putnam County Highway opposed by Wilbur Stephens,
Jan. U crop
to be shocked by their gas bills the possibility of "frozen participation Should the county cease to Patrol officers said the men Mr and Mrs. Charles Cape-
follows Citrus
state 35-40
as : ,
for this month, Edwards which could use the land for a "public in Miss KHSA hart and Lawrence Crews
mean were some
95.100 participating
UC Joint Meeting said, adding that in several percent; livestock vegetables feed snow or sleet, by Friday. purpose," Roberts said, type unofficial motorcrossmeet residents of the area who said ..
percent ,
range
"Dog Situation" large frame houses, the gas ; Rayonier will have the option in an open field when the that access roads to the proposed
7:30: p.m bill alone will run over $100. of buying it back for $750 an accident occurred. The two pantomine routine of mobile home subdi--
Local oil companies also reported Nobody Up For Mayor Marshall acre. men both riding 1976 Suzuki Barbra Streisand "Second vision were already bad and
"extremely high" demand Next step for the county in dirt bikes, were traveling in Hand Rose," her winning would not stand the increased
Starke Planning Board for fuel oil this month, Qualifying closed Saturday, Four persons qualified for completion of its solid waste opposite directions at a high smile, poise and personality, traffic that would be
7p.m.Bradford but comparative figures with Jan. 22, for the upcoming the three city council seats up disposal system is the com- rate of speed and collided won sophomore Cathi Clark generated by such development -
past cold spells were not Brooker City elections, to be for grabs in this election year, pletion of arrangements for when their vision became obscured the coveted Miss Keystone .
available. held Tuesday, Feb. 8, with including incumbents A.B. acquiring land on which to by a large tree. Heights High School crown In a 4-1 vote the board 1
County Governor Askew has asked races developing for three city Adams and recently appointed build the final three of five Other meet participants Saturday night. rejected Starling's petition,
Hospital Boardof the federal government to de- council seats and the office of Councilman William compacting and dumping placed the two injured men in Queen Cathi is the daughterof but told him reconsiderationwould
Trustees clare the entire state an city clerk. S. "Steve" Nipper. Adams, facilities. the back of a pickup truck, Mrs. Charles Clark. be given if he would
7p.m.Friday. agriculture disaster area with Nobody qualified to be currently council chairman, Negotiations are presently and flagged down police on the Crowning the judges' submit a revised plan showing
losses estimated at $250 mayor or town marshall. (See Page 14)) under; way with Owens-Illinois way to the hospital, who in favorite was last year's access from SR 225 rather
Jan. 28 turn notified rescue units. winner, Cindi Hester. The than the narrower Terry
Griffis was married to the ceremony took place before a Road, which was used on the
former Linda Day, and the full house in the Keystone original layout.
Lawtey Little League Switchboard Heights Lion's Club. Four received
Central applicants
School library County Considering couple has a 7-year-old
daughter. His father, Paul Cathi sponsored by Ms. J'sof permission to advertise for
7p.m. Griffis, is from Keystone Ocala besides her crown, public hearings at the
Seeking to improve tele- If that system were adop-- overloaded incoming lines and First Communications' main- Heights. His mother Betty was presented a dozen red February board meeting as
United Penecostal Church phone service at the courthouse ted, cost to the county would lack of control over long- tenance agreement would cost Hutton, lives in Strawberry, roses, a trophy, $30 in cash, a follows: -
Youth Bradford county com be a $389 payment on the distance calling.If the county $126 a month. $25 savings bond from R.T. Z.W. Hamilton request to
Southiidt cafeteria Rally missioners Monday night $34.000 purchase price and someone in the court- Adding the $126 to First Ark.Crawford is the son of Mrs. Lovorn Realtor, a $10 gift rezone two acres southwest of
7:30 hashed over several proposalsfor $338 for rental of interconnecting house wants to talk to Communications $728 pro- Mary Starling Crawford of certificate from Jackson's of Brooker on the east side of
: p.m. a sophisticated new telephone company someone else in the court posal makes it only $26 a Lawtey. Keystone, and a $25 gift certificate Road 237 from OR to MP permitting
Monday, Jan. 31 switchboard system that lines for the$728 total. After 10 house,it is necessary to dial a month cheaper than Con- from the Crystal erection of a 40 x 120-
"does everything but set your years, the county would own seven-digit number and get tinental's offer, he said. Room Coiffures ft. building for use in the
watch for you," according to the equipment eliminatingthe onto outside circuitry with the Commission Chairman 3rd, 5th Grade She also received compli- manufacture of fibreglass
UC School Board one onlooker.It $389 payment. present system. With a George Roberts said there are mentary certificates to attenda boats, and possibly feed
Work Session was the second special Everyone in the courthouse switchboard. within-the- more differences than that; modeling seminar at troughs and swimming pools.
On Budget meeting called would be reachable by dialingthe courthouse dialing would be namely, that First Com Test ScoresGo Anaro's School of Modeling in James E. Strickland request -
7:30 p.m. discuss courthouse pone same number. The switch- possible simply by dialing munications' proposal was for Orange Park and a visit to the to rezone four acres on
service. Commissioners met board console, about the size three digits.In 17 more phones than Con- Home Fri.The Barbazon School of Modelingin Morgan Road east of Highway
CUBB Annual Board Jan. 17 with representatives of of three regular telephones, addition, incoming callsto tinental's, that their proposal Jacksonville.Five 16 from EA to OR.
Meeting First Communications Corporation would connect to the desired particularly busy offices- included the tying-in to the Bradford County School finalists were chosen W.L. Carter, Jr. requestto
Civil Defense Building a subsidiary of extension by the dialing of such as the clerk'sfre- system of several off-premise administrative staff has toward the end of the competition rezone one acre 5 and one -
7:30: p.m.Bradford Winter Park Telephone. three digits and several quently receive busy signals. extensions (road department, announced all third and fifth Besides Miss Clark half miles west on right side of
Monday's meeting was to hear parties could be cross-con The clerk's office now has 10 etc.), that their offer was for grade students will be given were Lisa Brunson, who cameIn SR 16 <( from Continental Telephone, nected into the same call. telephones but only two lines, 10 trunks instead of 8, and that their Florida statewide as second runner-up; Anita OR to BA to permit operationof
County after which commissioners meaning that only two calls their offer was a lease- assessment test results to take Phillips who won first runner- auto repair shop. ;:
Library Presents compared the two proposals In addition a person talkingon can be made or received at purchase agreement while home Friday, January 28. up; Terri Bailey and Sandee John Shadd Request to
"Road to Ball:+ a courthouse extension one time. Under the new Continental's was not. The Florida statewide Rogers. rezone one half acre, 1 and ,
3:13: p.m._ Clark Leips and Robert would hear a "beep"his ear system one office can utilizeas Adding the cost of these assessment is given to all Selected by the girls themselves one half miles north on east
Admission Free Dean of First Communications when another caller was many as 10 lines at one time extra features would bring third and fifth graders in the by popular vote was side of U.S. 301 (north of .
said the county could trying to reach him. When he if necessary. Continental's price to $991 state for the purpose of Adrianne Gassett as Miss Stuckey's) from OR to BA to
Saturday Feb. 5 realize a considerable savingsby finished his conversation, the Certain telephones will be Roberts said. checking mlnimual basic Congeniality and Mary White permit operation of auto
switching to a centralized second caller would auto- able to be adjusted so that In answer to a question from skills concepts. The testing for Miss Leadership. repair shop I
"Hello, Dolly"Special one-number system. matically be put through. long distance calls cannot be Barber on whether First Com- program is part of the new Juding the 13 high school In his monthly report ..,
Present cost to the county The switchboard could also made from them. The switchboard munications had figured in the management Information contestants were Frederick J. zoning director L.M. Gaines
for March performance of Dimes for its phone system (individual tie in other lines such as thoseof could handle as manyas cost of an interface device, system developed by the Dufe, director of the form and reported building permits ;
Woman's Club lines for each county the road department and 24 trunks and 100 outgoing which is required on Inter- Department of Education. movement division at the totaling $437,960 issued .
Dinner 4-7 office) is $851 a month, with the vehicle inspection station lines, although present plansare connecting (non-Bell System) These are the results of the Anaro School of Modeling; through January 25, In-
Curtain 7i30p p.m..m.Uommunlty. service being provided by enabling all county offices to for 10 trunks and 60 equipment. Leips said the test that was given in October. Rachael Knops director of the cluding: six single family :'
Continental. Continental is be reachable by dialing one phones. company was assuming the The Bradford County School Barbazon School of Modeling dwellings $148,800 11 mobile 1
asking for a rate increase, main number Continental representativesBob Federal Communications administrative staff requeststhat in Jacksonville and Angel homes, $44,200; four commercial -
ul r ( though and If that goes Leips said he had done a department Norman and Ken Barber Commission would strike the parents who have Diego fashion coordinator for buildings, $95,000; l
I through, the cost will jump to by department proposed essentially the same requirement, as it is currently questions concerning the test Maas Brothers in Gainesville. one church building, $120,000,
btulr Sank 1217.The centralized switch- survey of telephone service type system with eight trunks under appeal. and their child's results to Proceeds of this year's and 16 miscellaneous, $29,960. 1
board proposed by First and problems in the court- and 43 telephones costing Barber said the matter had please contact the local school annual beauty pageant will go Fees collected so far this .r J
Ac.......*.M..._w lfllur 4 Up Communications will cost $728 house, and uncovered several $880.05 a month. Barber said been appealed many times principal for an appointmentto toward the support of the month totaled 1197. 63 ;|
I e..ttn T. 1_prItl.r .....Ctrs.r a month,a potential savings of problems notably Internal the maintenance on this since ne's been in the discuss the meaning of the Junior Class' main project, building inspections were 'Jl
as much as $489 a month. communications problems, system would be free while business "but it's still there." scores. the Junior- Senior Prom. made. I II

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Coffee Gayle Honored Hatcher SaturdayMiss At The f1Jooial 9akc The eMt&c





Gayle Hatcher, April /a4 mool'l Socit1Ji or, 964. ___. ____.....__.__ ___ u__ ---.- .- -- ..

bride-elect, was com .. ----
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t plimented at a "coffee" Sat-

urday given by Mrs. Carl
Hurst and Mrs. J.E. Hardy at Teenage Volunteers Host


the home of the latter on East > c, .. .. ...._. ... .." "' .." ...... .. .. .....'. _
Call Street. Hasp. Auxiliary MeetingThe :
Highlighting the home were

potted plants, hanging basketsof Teenage Volunteers soft drink and coffee

t 1 greenery and blooming under Mrs. Vertis Shirley, machines in the hospital and i

potted violets for the occasion.. sponsor, served a delicious! the hamburger booth at the

Mrs. Hurst greeted the spaghetti supper to the Hospital Fair.

guests at the door and Auxiliary members at The board recommended a

I3 standing in the receiving line the Auxiliary meeting Mon newsletter be mailed each

were the honoree, her mother, day night in the Methodist month to keep the members

....' ;, Mrs. 11.M. Hatcher, Jr., and Fellowship Hall. abreast of the club activities.
,). 1 /J mother of( the prospective Gladys Mooty was appointed

= ..,. groom, Mrs. Jewel Weaver ol Mrs. Dave Shuford, chairman of this project.

... Davenport, (Fla. Billie Ferebee, president, presided over the It was recommended that
Mrs Drew Reddish and meeting and recognized new the dues be raised from $1.50to

Mrs. Vernon Silcox invited theguests John L.WilliamsWedding members: Mrs. Charles $3. A committee was appointed -

to the refreshmenttable Swartz, Mrs. Sadie Elder to look into the

.Mr. and I .Mrs. Hark \\illianis I in the dining room. The Feb. 26 Mrs. Muriel Wilson, Mrs. possibility of having a hot .'
table was covered with a lace Margie Jones and Mrs. Hazel sandwich machine put in the \

I Mr. and Mrs. Mack L. Williams and batiste cloth and centered Mr. and Mrs. William Ward Alvarez. lobby. Mildred Frick was I. I I

with an imported figurine Ferebee of MocksviUe, N.C. Treasurer Mrs. Olin White appointed to get a new re- ',i I I

holding an arrangement of announce the engagement of brought out the fact, after her ception desk (for the lobby 1

Celebrate 50th Anniversary. silk the spring silver flowers.coffee Presidingat service their daughter, Billie Elise, to report, that the Auxiliary has looking into the possibility of .. .. .. _". .
Williams of purchased 28568.97 worth of borrowing or swapping one
John son
Larry ,
Mr anil Mrs Mack\ L. Ga. Mr and !Mrs Ben were Mrs. L.N. Pickering and !Mrs. Melba G. Williams and equipment and furnishings for from the hospital. The of

Williams of Starke celebrated Williams and daughter. Mrs. Clyde Sinclair. Also assisting Willard E. Williams of the Bradford County Hospital coffee was increased from 15
Golden Suzanne and son, Mark\ of at the table were Mrs.
their wedding N.C. since 1960 which did not include cents to 20 cents. '
anniversary Wednesdaynight Savannah Ga. ; Mr and Mrs. Harry Hatcher, III and Miss Salisbury Mr Williams, is the grandson the shrubbery and land Active members were reminded S.L. Perk, Jr. displays plaque presented to him at icliremenl I'

January 19\ at a family John Williams and son. John.Jr Susan Hatcher of Maitland, of Mr. and Mrs. John scaping they furnished the that according to the dinner last Meek. At right Is J.E.: Tonilinsun newly ('ll"clt'dprl"Iohll'lIt

1, buffet dinner party held at the of Titusville and Mr and cousin of the honoree. Darby Gaskins of Rt. 1, hospital. This money was By-laws they must put in 30( of Florida Bank at Starke.
!Mrs Richard Williams and The refreshment table in the
home of tin Williams' son in Lawtey. raised by the Auxiliary hours duty per year.
and daughter, l\licayle, and son, sunroom was also covered
law and daughter. !Mr will be held members through rummage Plans were also discussedfor
Kevin, of Tallahassee. Also with a lace and batiste cloth The wedding S. L. Peek Jr. Honored by Bank Staff
!Mrs Harold Godwin on February 26 at Center United sales,hospitality (gift) shop in the upcoming County (Fair ,
attending was Mrs. Eve and centered with a crystal
Uessenl Road Methodist Church Mocks the hospital lobby; cracker hamburger booth.
All eight children of the Godwin of Starke. basket holding an ville N.C.Susie. At Retirement Dinner Thursday NightS
,
Williams attended except one. The children presented their arrangement of pink silk

Mack L. WilliamsJr. of Long parents with a gold tray with roses. Presiding at the silver ADKAlpha Gamma
Peek,Jr. newly retired Included the out of -
Island City N.Y Attendingwere \ >t each child's name and date of coffee and tea service were Powell, among
it Mrs. Charles and Has BUARC as president of the Florida town guests were: John II.
: Rep! and Mrs Frank birth engraved on as a Darby Mrs. ProgramVincent
Bank at Starke after 41 Manry president of the
Williams and son Marc; the memento of the occasion.. SG. Denmark. Donald JFalconEngagement yearsin ,
the banking Florida National hunks; of
profession was
Harold Godwin; sun Jay. Assisting in serving and ." can be made to community
Ruby, director of
guest of honor at a retirement "Florida Inc., and Mrs.
and daughter Jana of caring for the guests were Told the sheltered workshop for the life. Ruby described the Sunshine"Acrts -
Starke: 1\1\ r. and Mrs Bob Barbara Godwin Mrs. T.C. Hazen, Jr., Mrs Bradford-Union Associationfor project 'aS"an-. dinner. .:rl1ursd.a.y'h.t, Jan .' Manry, George" C.: Whitner,_
20 at the Starke Golf'afuTCountry president" 'oT Florida "First"
Olin White Mrs. J.C. Greene ,
Williams and daughter. Retarded Citizens, spoketo example of how community
V. Powell of
Mrs Evelyn Club. National Hank of Jacksonville
Wendy, of Jacksonville) ; Mr\ Luncheon HonoreeMiss Jr., !Mrs James Hardee, Miss the the Alpha Gamma Chapterof acceptance and involvementcan
Hampton announces engagement Enjoying this occasion with and Mrshitner. .
Mrs Charles McQu.nn i Debbie Mitchell\ and !Miss enable a dream to be
and Alpha Delta at its
of her daughter, Kappa Mr. and Mrs. Peek were some Ernest: Snead director! of personnel -
Barbara Godwin Feb. June Hardy turned into
David of Wa cross. a reality.
and son > January meeting at the
Out-of-town Susie, to Donald D. Falcon, 100 guests, including members of tin- Florida Notional
12 bride-elect, was honored at guests were President Gladys Thomas
son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Episcopal Parish House. of the bank's board of Banks of Florida Inc. und
Miss Karlene Koark. Miss
a luncheon Saturday given by introducedby presided and Eunice Searing
Ruby, who was
Doris : John and Kathy Hardier and and Mrs. McGee of Starke. the directors and their Mixes; Bob Koliler. president of the
Overs t reef Mrs. E Watson Mrs presented devotional.
Rocena
Santangini, explained -
The wedding is planned for Florida National Bank.Veto
employees of the hank wivesand (First .
1111. Adams the home of the Tempy Henry of Tampa, Miss Delicious refreshments were
the of theworkshop
April 16, in the First Baptist purpose husbands and Beach and !Mrs Kohler
; family ,
r
Johnson of Jacksonville
Carolyn
latter on East Call Street. ) served by hostesses Muriel
RobertClark and how the goal of
The tables Miss Susan Hatcher of Church of Starke, at 7:30: p.m. members, including Mr.Peek's Following the dinner ,
threedming were the staff is to assist the clientsin Gay, Thelma Thornton, and impromptu
centered with arrangements Maitland, Mrs. Edna Hall of with a reception immediately Eugenia Whitehead. brother Darby Peek remarks were made
that contributioncBIRTHS
To Wed April2 of miniature pink carnations. Waverly Hall, Ga., Mrs. Jewel following in the church feeling a and his brother in law and by !Mr Peek and others, and

Bridal place cards marked the Weaver Miss Donna Weaver recreation hall. sister, Mr. and 11rs.toy\ Iwo plaques<| one from Florida

seating arrangement for the and !Miss Karen Knight of Family and friends are invited Ward, all of Lake City; the Bank at Staike employees,

!Miss Doris Overslrcet. 14 guests. Davenport (Fla., and Misses to attend. ;W //jou..Xnow Peeks' son and daughter in and one from (Florida First
laughter of Mrs Annie (h'ertrl'l't .
law Mr. and Mrs Terry
Assisting in serving were June Hardy, Denise Winkler National Jacksonville, v>erepresented
and I
he late
!> ( Billy Overstreet :Mrs J.H. Moseley and Miss and Vickie Turner of Gaines UDCToMeci: Walters, of Gainesville; and to the retiring
kc
of Stat will be united
son in law and daughter,
Uemse Winkler. ville. Mrs. Richard Dugger is piesiclent! :Mr I'l'ekHlS also|
Robert Thomas
to
marriage( The hostesses presented the The hostesses presented the /// Mr. and Mrs Marlon spending and Mr. and Mrs. David Canova, presented with! an Accutron
Clark son of Robert L. Cl.uk At 1''ri/ 'ill'garsThe Wednesday of Starke.
of Loo ..ott.'l'. end. and the late honoree with a corsage and honoree with a corsage and Thornton of Starke announcethe Thursday'in Gainesville at a' watch during!.! tinevening.! : .
the sugar bowl to her chosen cutlery set as a memento of birth of a son, Micah Dale, Consultant Pharmacy
Mrs Clark on April 2 at 7 W.T. Weeks chapter,
china pattern as a memento of the occasion. Corsages were born January 23 in Alachua Seminar. .........two
m. at the First United UDC will meet Wednesday
!p
also to Mrs. Hatcher General Grand- '."
the Jr. Hospital. "
occasion. given ''i'I'
:Methodist Church in Slarke Feb 2,at 3 p.m. at the home of
t he Mrs. and 1Irs.'eaver.. parents are Mr. and Mrs.
Among guests were Archibald Johns Thomas
A ecept!inn will follow in the Mrs. Clyde B. Terwillegarwith ,
Henry Godwin and Mrs. Lola Invited to call between the Jimmy Thornton of Starke III received his attorney at
church Fellowship Hall Mrs. George Flynn, Sr
Johnson, mother and grandmother hours of 10:30: and 12:30: were and? and Bob Dale Davis of Fort law degree at Stetson
All friends and relatives are Miss Madge Middleton
invited to .ittend of the honoree, and approximately! 175 guests. Mrs. L.G Powell as co- Worth, Texas. University on January 19.
Mrs A.W. Gnffis mother of hostesses.

the prospective groom. Mr. and Mrs. P.D. Loudon
1CL71LOTEPIANOS: The program will be presented
Tammy LynnCelebrates by Mrs. L.H. Jennlngfeit !=f fI of Tampa spent the weekend
t Mr. and Mrs. William with Mrs and Mrs. W.T. Jackson p

[ Stacie Pugh had a ton- 8th Bellamy of Athens Texas Sr. and relatives.

silectomv in the Green Cove ; LJou. Know announce the birth of a .

177O N.wto.rry Rd. JT6-J 111' Springs hospital on Tuesday. BirthdayTammy daughter, Julie Elizabeth, Mrs. Jimmy Weldon and ,y"

I. Mr. and Mrs. Keith born December 26. Grand- daughter, Sherill of Jacksonville 1
.S.LI'T. ..._: KIl.VS:: parents are Mr. and Mrs. efi
Gillingham and family and were Saturday overnight
Lynn, daughter of Mrs. Guy Sale visited Mrs. Rudolph Mata of Jacksonville, guests of Mrs. Gladys Weldon

Mr and Mrs. Richard Wimpy K.D. Gillingham and Wade Mrs Grace Bellamy of and attended "Hello, Dolly." r 'l9pl4, T'aC '
Community State Bank Of Starke of South Street Starke, Gillingham in Jacksonville on Athens, Texas and great- "S

celebrated her eighth birth Sunday. grandmother Mrs. Nettie SALE: AT LEI LA'S

day Saturday with a slumber King of Lawtey.
C..dal.d. Report ot Condition' Community, SMf Bank ol Starlit" ofStarko
m the St.Heof P'oiida' and the Domes.e Subsidiaries, at 'uhf' dot of party for five girls. Misses Rhonda M. Edwardsand ---- Dr. and Mrs. D.W. Whiffen Miss Louise MeMullian. state president of \Delta Kappa

business. on December 11 IQ6 The girls had cake and ice Karen D. Gissy were on Mr. and Mrs. Gary E. spent Saturday to Wednesdayat Camilla chats with Mrs. Muriel :Norman; stale reseiidi; ilian-.

BALANCE SHEET cream in the afternoon, hot the Dean's list at Florida State Hanson of Jacksonville announce Gatlinburg, N.C. riian and Miss Delta Itosenbrru.( past president of (lie loral 1

dogs and French fries for University in the fall quarter. the birth of a Alpha Nu chapter, before a luncheon held Saturday, Jan. 22.
ASSETS supper and popcorn in the daughter, Kimberly Beth, Kev. Charles Allen of( MisslclulJian: : is the Director of Personnel St'nlc"1! at

evening. Larry John Sherman was on born January 17 in Memorial Kingsport, Tenn., former pas Valencia Community l'ollegealdis a graduate of Kerry College
I Cash And duo from bank 1741
; 'JS Treasury curttiet, 1 7SI Tammy's grandmothermade the Dean's list at the Hospital, Jacksonville. Mrs. tor of the First Presbyterian in (tome. Ga.; and the CiiKersity of 'lennessee.
Obligation, ol other U S Government agencies, and corporations Non the pink and white University of Southern Hanson is the former Mary Church, Starke, was guest of

t Obligation' of States And Omi,"cal' ubrtivitions, JIO birthday cake which was Mississippi in the fall quarter. Fugatt of Lawtey. Maternal Mrs. B.C. Holtzendorf,Sr. last
5 Other bonds note and debentures Non topped with a doll. grandparents are Mr. and Tuesday to Thursday while Alpha Nu Of DKG Hold

6 Cmporatestuck None the occasion with Mrs. of enroute to West Palm Beach.
/ Trading account securities None Enjoying SU1': LEILA'S: Floyd L. Fugatt Law

tt Fertt"*, tundt cold and securities. purchated under agreement' resell S20 Tammy were Stephanie tey; paternal grandfather is LuncheonMeeting Jan 22
.t Loans To'.'" ifclurtmt. unearned income! 127 Cubbage, Wendy Hall, Angela and Mra. Mark Paul Hanson of Brooksville. SALE AT LEILA'SMrs.
Mr.
b L m "Reserve for possible loan losses *' and
C Loan Net 1220 Siskin Jemfer Wheeler Hamilton and children of ---- "Focus on Commitment" was for the future by setting
10 Direct,lease 'financing, Non. Tammy GriffIS. Tampa were weekend guestsof J.H. Fields and Mrs. the theme for the program at attainable goals and objectives
and J.G.
Mrs. Broomeof
,II I Bank premises. furniture and fmtur..and other assets Mr. Herbert Green visited Mrs.
representing bank premises, 7t SALE: ,\LEILA'S(; their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hampton announce the Rose Haven the meeting of Alpha Nu that will improve the
17 .Real,e.tA'.owned other than bank premises None N.H. Rosier and Mr. and Mrs. birth of Carla Dorothy Stroud in chapter of the Delta Kappa educational system and raise
.11 Mvetfmvntt' unconsolidatvd, subsidiaries. ,. and associated' companies None Sherrod Hamilton.Mr a daughter, Nursing home in Jacksonvillelast Gamma Society Saturday at the status of women in
Dr. R.E. DopsonCHIROPRACTOR Ann born 12. Grand
January
14 Cuttontirs liability to this bank on acceptances' outstanding None Friday.
the Garden Restaurant Education: t
and Mrs. J M.
15 Other *%stlt 217 parents are Mr.
.16 TOTAL ASSE OSI(sum of .items I through 151) 7 343 and Mrs. Lester Bedellof Broome of Hampton and Mr. Friday Louise McMillian Florida Four state officers were

{,t. 864 Suite C N 301 Long Island, N.Y. and Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Signore of Mrs. Carrie Ritch with spent her State president, was speakerat guests of the chapter in
LIABILITIES and Mrs. Harold Collins of Gainesville. to Sunday son the luncheon. She cludmgMiss :MeMullian: Slate

)V Ot>m And deposits individuals', .partnerships, *and corporations, 2 45S 9 Daily Miami were Monday luncheon parents are Mr.Great-grand and Mrs. Dan and family Jacksonville.Dr. and Mrs. T.G. challenged the members to Presidl'ntII'S.; Mary

18 Time and avitiq, deposits. ol'individuals. .partnerships*and corporations 2,*, 964-8018 guests of Mrs. Flossie Pres- Johnson of Hampton Mr. and Hitch in take a personal inventory Andreu. State Corresponding
,19 DC pott tt of United. Stales' Government 40 cott. "Are we enthusiastic, active.member.sAre'oe.prDud.to ecrelaryIrs.; EnnisW'oudleyDistrict :
JO Di'puttt, of$States and political subdivisions, I 1071 Mrs. A.F. Nugent of Illinois _..Mr__and Mrs._..Macion )
71 Deposit, o'o..on', governments and opicalnshlulonl' Nonea and Mr. and Mrs. G.D. Harrington and daughters of* be 2Jiieetpr,
and Mrs.: Muriel "S"N'orman.
part of the largest educational
Oi'potitiot commvrciat'banks None Broome of Orlando.
1) Certified, and officers, 'checks *, Iff You Want A Good Buy Ormond Beach and Mrs. C.N. society in the world for State Research chairman.
M TOTAL DE POSITS I sum of "items 17 through 13)) eUl, Christy of Starke spent the women? Are we really Silver gifts were given to each

a Total demand deposits. 0917 On A Good Tiller weekend at Highlands N.C. committed to advance the by the chapter
b Total time and savings deposits. 3 494 Get :bJ iJ0e..x.001. .
J* Federal funds purchased and securities, sold under agreements. to professional interest and Members were present
repurchase None A Roto Hoe From SALE AT LEI LAS position of women in from Baker, Bradford and
1* Olh.r liabilities, for borrowed money None Friends of Mrs. Wilma "
education? She voiced the Union Counties.Following .
Harwin Smith of Wilmington
17 Mortqaq*indebtedness None
Florida Pest Control Kronenberger will regret to need to the role ( short talk the
11 Acceptances ecuied by or for account of this bank and outstanding, None Dela. was Tuesday night re-examine of( a by
If Other liabilities, 41, hear she broke her elbow in a dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. women and commit ourselvesto other State Officl'l's.l1ss:

10 TOTAL,LIABILITICSteicludingsubotdinafednotesanddebfntureO, *S22 Garden Preparation And fall at home last Saturday.She Drew Reddish the full implementation of MeMullian.\ : Miss Kathryn"
31 I Subnrdnalednoleb' debentures None
was admitted to Alachua the purposes as stressed by Epperson from Lake Butler

EQUITY CAPITAL Cultivation Is So Much General Hospital.Mr. Dr. and Mrs. R.E. Dopsonand the International President and !Mrs. :Muriel S. !Norman; of

Easier and Faster You'll son, Chris, spent the Nadine Ewing. Starke demonstrated "The
3. Preferred stock a No shares outstanding, 14.000 {Par value' ) None and Mrs. Kenneth Miss McMullian
JJ Common stock a No shares authorued IS.000b Be Surprised At The weekend with his parents, Mr. suggested Alley Cat" accompanied by
No shares outstanding, (Par value) ISO Grider and Steve Denmark and Mrs. Robert Dopson in that following this personal 1Irs.IlIna! ('a nova at the

34 Surplus 120I Power, The Balanceand attended the Furniture Martin Jacksonville.Mr. scrutiny, the members plan piano.
31 Undivided, profits I SINone. Atlanta Sunday to Tuesday.
U ""rv.lor contingencies, and other capital, refer.. Easy Handling Of
37 TOTAL EQUITY' CAPITAL (sum 01..items JHh.ou.hUI) .It A -SALE! AT: LEI LA'S and Mrs. Warren Johns Local admittances to Brad- Tickets On Sale
31 TOTAL ABILITIES AND EQUITY CAPITAL Hum Of"items JO. ROTO-HOE Chain of Jacksonville visited Mr. ford County Hospital this

II. and,in. 7)41I Drive Tiller Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Nor- -and Mrs Gerald Norman. on weekinclude:- Mrs .Nettie. .

Saturday. Moody and Mrs. Lattice For Policeman's
MEMORANDA I! "M, 1I999s / man and sons visited Mr. and
3V p Rucker of Lake Butler Mrs.
n.r. Mrs. Jimmy Adams in ;
I Average 1 ISO,calendar, days ending, with call date SALE: AT LEILA'S Gussie Thornton and Edwin:
a Cash and due'from banks(corresponds totem, I above 1 12" Alachua on Sunday. Benefit ShowTickets
Johary Raiford !Mrs. Joan
b Federal' funds sold and securities purchased under agreements fo ,...11corr..pond"o ;
( "item above.) InC Mrs. B. Terwillegar Durrance and P.H. Lott. Jr. of
Clyde Dr. and Mrs. Richard Odom
Tol."o.n.(corresponds to item F a above) 1111 Hampton Frank Wehr and for the country and
d Time deposits. 033100.000 or moralcorr.pond"o( Memoranda tttms Ja plus3b s2699sS Jr. and Mrs. James Black- attended a class reunion at the ; western policeman's benefit
Jon Harrison of
below) 474 5 HP. shear attended a birthday University of Alabama Dental Keystone show set Feb. 15 can he
pur-
Total deposits(corresponds to item 24 above) 4 721 party in Sanford Sunday for School in Birmingham Ala. Heights; Mrs. Iryan Iwanciwof
chased from the Chamber of
f. Federal. funds purchased and securities under aOr..m.nl.to Lawtey Mrs. Green
repurchase(corresponds item,' 2S above) NonNone. H.P. SHREDDER . .0" '25991 W.A. LefHer who was 90 years Thursday to Sunday.Mr. Aaron Sumner; ,Betty Lawrence, Commerce, the Police Department -
held at the
borrowed ( item I*above old. The party was
g Other liabilities money corresponds ) ) or police
2. Standby letter of credit" outstanding' None Leffler home on Hibiscus and Mrs. John E. Cashmore, Dee Edward May, any ),
1. Time, deposits 011'00.000 or more. Green Up Your Lawn For The Winter Drive. Watson spent the weekend at Tillman Swilley, .Freeman officer, according to Chief
a Tmac.r"col..1, deposit in d.nommabpn701$100.000 or moreb 201 Rhoden, Julie Haisten, Alice Jimmy Bowen.
Other time deposits. ....oun..f tlOO.000 or more) 41$ Sky Valley, Ga. Smith, Arthur Livingston Tickets are $3 for adults,
,
PLANT
RYE SEEDU.
GRASS THE BRADFORD Mrs.Jessie Fowler, Mrs.Jean and anyone over 13 years of
Dr. and Mrs.
COUNTY TELEGRAPH Barney Chitty and Mrs. Marlene age. Children's tickets are $1!:

I. Margaret i Miller hOC. V. Pres. of the above-named .bank. do. solemnly. ( 29 Published Thursday McRae, Jr. of Lake City Smith of Starke.: Tickets purchased by local
affirm than this. report of condition i i. true and correct, t* the best of my 50 Lk. l.| 0. 112**, at 138 W.every Call Street visited Mr. and Mrs. McRaeSr. businesses are being donatedto

knowledge and belief s and family on Sunday.Mr. children.-
underprivileged
Starke.Florida 32091 Gary Bruce Bakken and
Correct' Attest Donnie Thomas All funds from the show will.
are visiting
Margaret 1. Miller Second Class postage paid and Mrs. Robert Greenspent Donnie's mother, Mrs. Sue go to the Policeman's Benefit

LoRloa GARDEN CENTER at ISIarke. FloridaSubscription the weekend in Sanford Thomas in Miami for several Fund. Entertaining will be the
Pete O Felo dmeclorcharley
visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Jimmy
Tommy Scott Show, starring
I John. directorLotla days.
1ST Rowe and family.Mr. .
Clyde Moody and featuring
director
S Mundy Rates:
539 E. Call St. In trade area: 17 Mrs. Ernest Boland of Scotty Lee. The show also features -;
Star. of Florida CttwMy el Bradford. ttt q ONnoL per and Mrs. F.V. Herlongand
circus with
,.. 964.5745 M ilx months Athens Ga. is her a act
h-/ire mo mN tort day o* J.nu..I..M I MrOv year; visiting
Mr. and. Mrs. Wit Stein- cOn'ed.ians.: cowboys andPaget
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J ". Due To Popular- Demand I I,


) Due to popular demand, the including dinner. Dinner will
I Starke Woman's Club has an be served from 6-7 p.m., with
nounced an additional performance curtain time 7:30.:
!, : of "Hello, Do" The popular comedy con
Saturday, February 5, with cerns the matchmaking activities -
1 t' ,,r 101'?' .+ _____ benefits going to the local of Mrs. Dolly Gallagher "
I I March of Dimes campaign Levi), played by Sylvia Red
( All tickets for this weekendJan. dish. The object of her affections ti
I ( 28-29)) have been sold, rich man Horace r te
4&V1 r but tickets for the February 5 Vandergelder, is played by
performance are still Don Neel.! The action takes
r I.N't I. available by phoning Mrs. Pat place in New York City and ,.
Spengler 964-6046 or Mrs. Yonkers, N.Y. around 1890. )
Hazel Hardy 964-5070. The The March of Dimes cam-
:
.' .. 4' cast played before a packed paign gets under way next y
1 house both nights this past month,with more Informationto tf;
'p Vi 1 / weekend. Many persons have be published soon. Jess
y .t been unable to obtain tickets Wolbert is local chairman for
for any of the four nights, so this year's campaign.
I
the additional performancehas Other cast members are:
been scheduled. Sandi Sanders, Charles !Hall,

.. Tickets are $7 per person, Carolyn Canova, Grover
,- .f. Howard, Bill McRae, Marian
Brownie Douglas, Carol Milner, Peggy
Troop Neel, Cynthia Morton, Joan
Hurst, Paul Ilutchins, Pauline
Htis SleepoverBrownie Tanner, Judy Goddowns, ,
Pictured with I\In.lJouvler are her former residential friendsof Standing/(: the Kev. and Mrs. L.O. Sheffield, Mrs. Harriet Jerry Guswiler, Kevin Neel, i
I the State Prison Farm. Seated ((1-r): Mrs. Glover Caldwell Ilicharde, Mrs. Eve Godwin, Mrs. Louise Kite, Mrs. Boa (Cox, ) Troop 690 had a Lisa Reddish and John
!Mrs. Houvler, Mrs. Martin Grlner, Sr., Mrs. Helen Wallace. liradshaw, Mrs. Francis McLendon and R.P. Mcl.endon. sleepover night at the home of Samons. _c --
Harriet Rowan last Friday
Horace Vandergelder (Don Club has! announced an additional
I Mrs. Ella Richardson Bouvier Celebrates 100th Birthday Jan. 23 night The, Jan.girls 20.learned about t7 5 I t si Ned) and Dolly Levi) (Sylvia performance Saturday
cleanliness and how to When Hedilish) in a scene from the Feb. 5, with proceedsgoing :
use your oven \is on,
you
Mrs. Ella Richardson who was the Chief Engineer at of Fort Lauderdale and tions from President Carter, sewing needles properly. can heat an open can of popular comedy "Hello ( ( to the March of Dimes
Munnie Bouvier former the State Prison Farm from Marshall A. Bouvier of former President Ford, Gov. Girls participating in the vegetables by setting it on Dolly." The Starke Woman's. campaign.
( ) a
1926 to 1948 retired and Miami; 13 grandchildren, 29 Askew and many other distin- sleepover were Amanda the oven floor. Be sure to
resident of the State Prison
c
Farm at Raiford, marked her moved to Miami Springs,Fla., great grandchildren and three guished State and Melton, Tracy Rowan, Amy remove the label. < a10KS LIKE k-- '
where she continues to live. great great grandchildrenwith
members.
Congressional Dowling, Tammy Griffis,
100th birthday at a dinner Chief Bouvier passed away in most of them residing in Ninety five relatives Pamela Mikell, and Shelia ....', '" g-
honoring her on January 23 at 1953 at the age of 83. Florida. (including five generations) Shannon. Troop leader is "Wives and watermelonsare 1t .. .
the !Hilton Inn Motel in "
The Bouviers have Among her many cards and and friends enjoyed the Dorothy Melton. Assistant picked by chance.
Orlando one daughter\ Mrs. Eloise messages were congratula memorable occasion. leader is Harriet Rowan. Greek Proverb Scratched mahogany woodwork can.be rep-.ied-b';. ;painting
Mrs. Bouvier and her late McRae of Bradenton; two the scratches with iodine and rmli Km 9

husband,John Andre Bouvier, sons, John Andre Bouvier. Jr.


I Parmenter Joins City- Police Force Ad Good Thru.

Starke Police Chief Jimmy

Baby Smothers ment Bowen announces of James the appoint-Daniel Sunday Jane 30,1977

"Denny" Parmenter, 23, to
While In Red the local police force as a
patrolman.
With 1'ureiits Parmenter, a member of ;.
the local police auxilliary for
several assumed dutiesas
three-month-old infant years
A a full-time police officer family centers
dead-on- .
girl was pronounced Bradford Tuesday, January 25.
arrival at County
The 6-6 and 220 pound police ,
Hospital last Thursday officer was hired under the ,
morning, the victim of suffocation .
CETA replacing
program
according to Bradford
Walter Gemeinhardt, who resigned I
County Sheriff's Department. the local police force
officer LLLGLLLLL
Investigating Deputy
earlier this month after seven
Don Denton said
April Lynn
months of duty. Reasons forGemeinhardt's
!Move apparently suffocated in
resignationwere CLOSE OUT
bed during the early morning not made public. A Starke Fla. ShoPPing. Center 301 S.
hours last Thursday. for the
The infant's parents, Robert spokesman said the decision depart-of
ment was
S. and Shirley L. Moye, Jr., a personal nature and the Open TWIN AND
told Deputy Denton they were
had been outlined in a
reasons
sleeping three to the bed last letter from the officer to Chief Mon Wed. 9:00: To 8:00:
Thursday morning to ward off Bowen.As FULL SHEETS

cold.The a CETA employee, Parmenter's Thurs Sat. 9:00: To 9:00:
residents -
couple, Tampa patrolman's salary
were visiting relativesin will be from state funds.
paid Sunday 6
Bradford County, just southof The new patrolman brings the $ Z v
the Starke limits, when
the child died.Cer&sinis city. police force to its full comple- 12:00: To 6:00::
ment of 12 regular patrolmen,
r including Chief"" Jimmy SALE I I
Bowen, and three CETA
Classes!' employees. .1 I

Parmenter, who currently 48x84
Begin: Friday resides with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Henry F. Parmenterin $588FRINGED
Ceramics class begins Starke, is a former Bradford DRAPERIES
tomorrow (Friday,Jan. 28; in High School student and a
the Old Armory, according to former electrical worker for
the Starke Recreation Depart the City of Gainesville. .
ment. l
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The Recreation Departmentwishes Men show their characterin
to remind all boys and than
nothing more clearly
girls who signed up for what they think CARPET
ceramics that classes will by

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InauguralHazel Pit"s.


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,I. Paulk Recounts Trip. With North Florida Peanut Brigade. .: : ,.1

(Note: County Com- Among the notables on The most memorable partof The night of the great an unimposing gray stone
missioner Hazel Paul was one board were Commissioner of my trip came Thursday Presidential balls came at building seven blocks from the
of several area residents who Agriculture Doyle Conner and morning I arose a little after last It was a night to dress up, White House, where less than
journeyed to Washington last wife Kitten; Commissioner of six o'clock, dressed, and with a night to be merry and a 20 people were standing near
week for the Inauguration of Insurance Bill Gunter, State friends caught a cab to the night to once again see the the entrance. We entered the s
President Jimmy Carter. Thisis Comptroller Gerald Lewis, Lincoln Memorial for the President and his beautiful sanctuary and were seated at
an account of her experiences members of Jacksonville's prayer service. We arrived First Lady. 11:50: a.m. I sat and my eyes:
and impressions duringthe Channel 12 television station, about 7:30: a.m., and as I stood Friday was a day of sightseeing roamed over the stone walls
memorable trip.) and reporters from various by the Lincoln Memorial and First Mount Vernon, with approximately four foot
I saw the Spirit of'76 bubble cities around Florida. faced the Washington Monu- and next a visit to Arlington high wood paneling down
. over into '77 as I stood at the Others attending the ment, and as the sun began to Cemetery, the Kennedy either side and Its high ceilingof
Amtrak station in Jackson- Inauguration from this area rise, it seemed to me as if the graves and the Tomb of the wooden beams. The plain
ville Tuesday afternoon were Mr.and Mrs. J.D. Odom, monuments were made of ala- Unknown Soldier. unupholstered pews were inkeeping
baster and reflecting pool of a with the uncarpetedstone
Jauary 18. I was among a Mr. and Mrs. George Pierce,
million sunbeams as the sun floor of the building.As .
group of 250 people and a Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrewsand
cast its shining rays over the I drank in the beauty that
mountain of luggage never
have I seen so much luggage! Mr. and Mrs. Gene Shaw, frozen earth. As my eyes tookin overshadowed the simplicity,
this beauty, I thoughtof I watched the President as he
((2 4 pieces per person). and from Raiford,J.D. Griffis great
No one seemed to mind the (Union County coordinator for the scripture verse, "The and his family walked down
bitter wind or the beautiful the Carter campaign) and Heavens declare the glory;( of the aisle and left the church. I
white snow flakes that whirledall Miss Marian Benson. God and the firmaments r gd'Ir thought "The Exceptionalman
around us, as we stood and The trip, which lasted from showeth his handiwork." has chosen" the Except- I-1!
waited for the hour late trainto 6 p.m. until 8 a.m. the next Then as the tones of the ional family Church had, placed as he and their his : ;,
take us to Washington. morning, was a night filled organ prelude rang cut "Godof
there at the closeof
Boarding the train under the with a great spirit of Our Father," I looked againat membership _
theservice.The service had
of jubilation, singing, joking and -.
direction of Mike Hightower the Lincoln Memorial and .
.,....t
friends.We been brought to a finish by >A i
of the making new .
Jacksonville (one thought of the great Christian "
Florida coordinators for the reached our hotel about President Lincoln Rev. Charles Tnetham with _
heritage .,
9 a.m., where everyone im- '' 1..'B.I' his sermon entitled "To Begin I IM1
Carter campaign; were passed on to us and of :',, "
workers, supporters and mediately got ready to go to President Carter, whose life Again. f I
At last the time to leave ,
the Commerce Building to '
identified
friends, each by a exemplifies that great heri-
)r. large green button on which pick up their "Will Call" tage. I thought I truly must be 1t 1 Washington D.C. ("The had Cityof
Frozen Beauty") come.
was printed "Inauguration: Inaugural Tickets. hallowed ,
ground.
standing
on
Washington, D.C. President Wednesday afternoon we Then through the stillness and !'P' ,,. As the train pulled out of the
Carter, Vice were invited to the Florida ( station at 3 p.m. I stood at the
Jimmy President Walter Mondale.Jan. House, where we met other silence baritone of the voice hour of, the Sherrill mighty 'I!"" ,"',. .. ." ",. ".- window and looked again at

20, 1977 North Florida Florida folks and all Florida Milner thrilled each listener the wonderful monumentsthat
Peanut Brigade." officials in Washington. mark the heritage of our
with "The Lord is my light Hazel Paulk displays great nation and I thought "I
and my salvation. This was souvenir of Washington, U.C. have taken part in the new Capt. David I.. Itrnnett and sons, Jason anti John are shown equipment by SSG John W.
followed by the great Leon- trip for the recent beginning, a beginning of new Horsey administrative supply technician for the Kllsl: Maintenance Company. Capt. Bennett will
CENTRAL HEAT & AIR tyne Price with her renditionof inauguration ceremonies a hopes, new values and new become commander! of the local National Guard unit January:31.
"He's Got The Whole WorldIn large button designating her inspirations, where people in
His Hands." The scripture; as a member or the "North all walks of life will once again
Let us explain our energy 1 King 3.5 -12, was read by Florida Peanut Brigade." work shoulder to shoulder fora
the President's sister, Ruth better world" with our new Capt. Bennett Named

Carter Stapleton, followed by Friday night we went to the President.
the sermon of Rev. Martin Kennedy Center to see Rex -Hazel Paulk
saving system.
Jan.25, 1977
Luther King, Sr. Harrison and Elizabeth

Following the prayer ser Ashley in the great stage"play New Guard CommanderCaptain
vice, I attended the swearing. "Caesar and Cleopatra.
in Leaving there, I Hospital Board Bennett stated the
Captain
r ceremony. David graduation
COMPLETELY to the L. Bennett was assigned as
Saturday was a trip
r went and found my seat at the Smithsonian Institution wherewe has been appointed Unit Platoon Leader in Company D unit has some vacancies for
reviewing stand for the viewed the great treasures To MeetToniglit Commander of the 631st (Maint) 53rd Support qualified people in automotive
parade. As the President and recovered from the tomb of Maintenance Co. the local Battalion. While serving as mechanics supply
--- S INSTALLED his family walked down king Tut. We also saw the The board of trustees of National Guard Unit, and will platoon leader he was administration, personnel,
Pennsylvania Avenue, Hope Diamond and the ball Bradford County Hospital will take command Jauary 31, appointed First Lieutenant. welding and radio repair.
; breaking a long tradition (I gowns of all the'First Ladies. meet tonight (Thursday, 1976. In June 1973 Bennett was The local unit was recentlyre
.. ;; believe history lists only one January 27)) at 7 p.m. in placeof Bennett replaces Captain transferred to the 53rd organized and re desig-
... ; other President who ever Sunday, we attended ser last Thursday's regular Robert L. Kelly who will be Support Battalion where he nated from Company D 53rd
walked in the Inaugural vices at the First Baptist meeting cancelled because of transferred to Alternate served as Brigade ammunition Support Battalion to the 631st
4490 Parade), I thought "Here is a Church, the oldest Protestant illness of one of the board Command Headquarters, officer and technical Maintenance Company withan
man who has broken many old Church in the District of members. Florida National Guard, supply officer and in March increase in strength from
traditions, here is the 'Ex Columbia, dating back to 1802. Hospital administrator R.D. Jacksonville. Kelly, son of Mr. 1973 he was appointed 174 to 212.
ceptional Man' who has daredto Imagine my surprise when the Edmondson said the agendahad and Mrs. J.R. Kelly of Starke, Captain. He became property
((2-TON SYSTEM be different." cab driver pulled up in front of not been made up on has commanded the Starke book officer in October 1976
) Tuesday but he did expect discussion Unit since July 1974. and will serve in that capacity FLORIDA
on the public works Although born in England until he takes command of the
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plus any necessaryelectrical grant that had been appliedfor where his father was in the unit the end of January.
work but "did not go through." military service, Bennett Bennett attended the Officer
Edmondson said he thought spent most of his life in the Basic Course at the US Army THEATRE
WE' there was "still a chance" to Starke and Raiford areas. Ordinance School Aberdeen
CONCERNED. receive money to go ahead Bennett served in the Army Proving Ground, Maryland in
SAVE ON : I with the $779,000 project, that from 'August 1961 to August 1968.Married 3 Days,Only
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ABOUT YOUR WISHESWe would include emergencyroom 1964 spending time in Bennett has twoboys
expansion, radiologyand Schweinfurt, Germany. He Jason, 10, and John, 11, Starts FridayShowtimes
YOUR ELECTRIC pathology facilities, if the was discharged as a SP 4. l He who attend Southside Elemen-
public works project is enlarged was with the US Army tary. His hobby is softball and .
under President Reserve until he joined the he was a catcher for the
BILL Jimmy Carter. National Guard in Dec. 1965. Misfits, City League Fri. 5:00:
Plans for the project were Bennett attended the Champions in 1976. He is an
7:00 9:00
Corri r't new "SUPER I first made in 1972, but money Florida National Guard installer of central office tele- : :

E" unit it new alto I I IIIIIiIIII Illltlll IIIIIIIIII" has not been available for con- Officer Candidate School in phone equipment for Western Sat. & Sun 1 ::00 -
available Demand to 1I(IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIf IIItII111111MINtee IP Nw- struction to begin in any year. 1966 and 1967 and after Electric.

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Sons before you buy. "'INIIIIIluiillullllll'pl Floridians Attend Inauguration 9:00:
Carrier beat them all mmmm
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up to 70% depending II More than 1.500 Floridians and smaller groups from all ation Day for coffee, donuts, .
on the brand. Follow Your flocked the drove and a chance to meet him and -
Wishes In Our to Washington for the over state or flew to The. 6<.arii Dltcovcry of Our Time
inauguration of Jimmy Washington on their own. his staff. For watching the
Arrangements For You Carter, 39th President of the "I am delighted that so Inaugural Parade, a television In search ofnaah'slRrk
United States, and Florida's many Floridians came to see was available in Sen.
We Are Located In A Quiet Congressional delegation was the inauguration and the Stone's office for travelers
on hand to welcome them. Capitol," said Sen. Richard who were not prepared to l
Neighborhood In Starke. Chartered planes and reserved (Dick) Stone. It was great to brave Washington's freezing
railroad cars brought talk with all those who made temperatures. Ml..h"top. mountain I IIIlait C
Away From Major Traffic hundreds from Jacksonville, the long trip to Washington." Sen. Lawton Chiles and .m'Turliy !k.ylenl .
AIR CONDITION SERVICEALL
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Arteries. This Enables Us To Tallahassee, while families to his office on Inaugur- held open houses in their con.olnlng ..u.......
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evening in honor of Gov.
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Senator was allotted only] 16
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d 1969 parade seats and 16 tickets to THE
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Camp Blanding's New Building Proeram Now In Second Phase

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Camp Blanding is under partially taken care of in the bachelor officers' quartersand ministration and supply breakdown building and may use the facility to train its Brigade of the 27th Infantry in 1940 as Lieutenant General.
going a five-year $7-8 million $1.7 million first phase. latrines. space. officers' quarters. national guard units.
program to bring its 72,379 Construction included three Division In WW I and receivedthe Although retired, he continued

acres back into shape so the 40-man() barracks on Palatka Also completed Is a dispensary The second phase costing $2 Also planned is to upgradeand Blanding is named for Medal.Distinguished Service service during WW II as
entire 4,400 in and for 1976 renovate the Military Advisor to Governor
million
men the Florida on B Avenue containing planned sewer ,
National Guard will will have two system and renovate the General Albert II. Blanding, Spessard Holland and was a ,
be able to Street, a company sized area medical and dental complete who started his
train there at the same time. adjacent to the airfield that examination rooms a pharmacy company-sized areas and artillery range so tanks can member of the career Gainesville as a The U.S. Congress con- leader in organizing the
Housing, the major draw- includes an administrative x-ray, emergency sur- battalion headquarters, ad- fire all but their heaviest loadsat Guards Florida State firmed his appointment by American Legion, Depart
back to having all the men supply building a 100-man lab facilities, eight bed ministration building, Blanding. 1895.,He moved Troopsin the President Franklin Roosevelt ment of Florida.
train there at time ward battalion and rations In the future nearby states through as Chief of the National Guard Blanding died in Bartow in
one was mess hall. two barracks a two isolation rooms, ad- supply ranks and commanded the 53
Bureau in 1936 and he retired 1970 at the age of 94.


I Clay Co-Op Set Meetings For TrUStee Nominations I I AnnualCliarnberDinnerMeethigOnTapJan.29 JI

H I The 30th annual Starke- nerind"will begin at6:30: Dm r ntn>-<> r
Three separate district Clay tary School Auditorium, for County lying south and east ofa board members urged him to be held March 24. I Bradford County Chamber of followed by the dinner- L8 b7rvin.= ;- ;of; -the' EarthRe-' : I -j
Electric Cooperative District 9 members. Angus line beginning at the inter- do so. He is 80 years old. U.S. Senator Richard I Commerce dinner will be held o'clock.
meetings are set for late Hastings, District 9 trustee section of SH 21 at the Brad- Trustees serving on the "Dick" Stone is the scheduled Saturday. Jan 29, at the The annual dinner will be
January and early February representing Putnam, and ford County line and running board are paid $150 per guest speaker for the March Starke Golf and Country Club. highlited by the installation of sources Office of the National I
for the purpose of selecting portions of Marion, and generally north and east alongSR meeting and regularly meet 24 general meeting to be held Bill Wilson of the Chamber new officers presentation of Space and Aeronautics I
trustee nominees from Dis- Alachua Counties is seeking a -21 through Clay County to twice a month, once in board In Keystone Heights. says an "attitude adjustment awards and an address by Agency.
tricts 1, 8 and 9. fourth three year term in SR 224 and east along SR session and once in com
Trustees currently representing office. 224 to the St. Johns River. mittee.
the three districts Hastings is vice presidentof Wingate a retired civil Membership attendance at Tiger Cagers Down Hawthorne
have announced plans to seekre the Clay Electric Co Op's service employee has servedas the three scheduled district
-election to additional three trustee board and currently management committee meetings is requested in orderto
year terms and as yet are serves as a National Directorof chairman during his first ensure the selection of
unopposed.The the National Rural Electric term in office. qualified candidates for
majority of Bradford Cooperative Association in District 8 members will trustee positions and ensure a 8971 In Return To Win TrailUnion

County and the Kingsley Lake Washington D.C., representing meet Thursday Feb. 3, at 7:30: quorum. A minimum of 15
area is located in District 5 all Co Ops in state of p.m. in the Shiloh Community members must attend for a

Zedra Hamilton this district's Florida. Center, in Shiloh. District 8 quorum. County High's varsity --.-..-.-. --.'......,.". .. .. -.--- .---... double overtime period to give
representative and trustee District 1 members will includes Levy Lake and partof Candidates nominated from cagers upped their season record ; the Panthers a 60-59 victoryover
chairman. Is not up for re meet Tuesday, Feb. 1, at 7:30: Marion Counties. the floor during the district to a 10-7 mark with a ', ,. Suwannee Conference
election this year. p.m. at the Middleburg C.N. Smith who has repre- meetings will be placed on the Tuesday night victory over ". .. rival Union County High.
First of the three scheduled Community Center, Ray Win- sented the district since 1941 ballot for election by the en- Hawthorne following losses I .. ..,,."'.\. Scott who was held to just
district meetings will be held gate is seeking a second three is seeking re election. Smith tire Clay Electric Cooperative earlier in the week to New- .) .,'"'' .. one point durin first half
Monday. Jan. 31, at 7:30: p.m. year term from District 1, had considered not seeking re membership during the an- berry in double overtime, and .i;,.: action here Friday night,
in the Fort McCoy Elemen- which encompasses all of Clay election, but says other nual membership meeting to Milliard passed up shots all night to
Coach Jimmy Thomas' feed the ball to teammates
Union County Tigers host Abraham Smith and Walter
I Museum Williston in Lake Butler : Hayes, who finished the con-
Effort Renewed To Establish War -4
tomorrow night Friday, then : 'test with 22 and 16 points res-

travel to Macclenny the .! ,,. 'IiiiI pectively in pacing the
New construction and an memorial musuem at the base display at the State Arsenal in ware from the air field pre- following night for a meeting ": ''!\ Panther five. Willie Martin also -
anticipated increase in are currently being headed by St. Augustine, but says the ar sently the.Keystone Airport. with the 12-3 Wildcats before hit for double figures
military training at Camp Steve Backus a Bradford tifacts should be housed in an Financial support and hosting Bradford High in Lake tossing in 12 points for the
Blanding have led to renewed County Sheriff's deputy and appropriate location on the donation offers have been received Butler next Tuesday. .i: ;; Panthers
local efforts for the placementof local national guard member. military base itself as few from several local Paul White in his best
a memorial museum at the Backus took the first step in people visit the arsenal. persons. Backus says. The TIGERS 89. HORNETS 71 outing to date, canned a game-
base commemorating the bringing the museum closer to "As veterans bring their offers have come from retired high 25 points in helping the
many thousands of men and reality last week, when be be- families to Camp Blanding on military personnel, persons HAWTHORNE All five Tigers maintain a slim lead
women who trained there gan correspondence with the special occasions, they do not who helped construct the. Tiger starters hit for double through three quarters of play
prior to and during World War Adjutant General's office for see enough of their own era," camp and persons who have figures as Union County High over Newberry's Panthers.
II. the Florida National Guard Backus notes adding "their trained there, according to fought back from a 40-46 half- Boysie Perry also con- I
The renewed local efforts In a letter dated January 13, barracks have fallen to the Backus who says if he receives time deficit on the way to a 89- tributed double figures for the I
for the placement of the Backus presented his proposalfor more modern and their headquarter's 71 win over Suwannee Con- Tigers puring in 12 points on
the memorial museum and weapons have been replacedby approval he will make a con- ference rival Hawthorne. the evening.
outlined his feeling on the the more sophisticated. centrated effort through Point man Alfred Holmes I, I White led the Tigers in re
-- --- need for such a facility at They have only a fading nationwide news media to insure paced the Tiger victory here bounds with 10, and scoring

of Camp Blanding. lie is memory of what was theirs." support for the museum. Tuesday: night with a 26 point assists with eight.
In potted plant section currently awaiting a reply Backus says the museum, if Backus says financing the effort, his best to date on the The Tigers, who dropped an
Fresno"Please California don't talk nursery to the: from the Adjutant General's approved by Florida National museum if approved shouldbe current season. Holmes -'. earlier meeting to Newberry I
office in St. Augustine Guard Headquarters. should undertaken by all persons collected 18 points in leadingthe 65-49 this season were a much I
plants unless you're going to In his letter Backus notes contain as many artifacts as having interest in Camp second half comeback improved team Saturday I
buy that several items of interest possible from the base duringthe Blanding such as the active Joining Holmes in double night as they maintained a
-Con tributed by Eugeunia connected with Camp war years and should also military reservists and the figures for Coach Jimmy slim lead over the visiting

Andrews Blanding's early years are onGoetzman include WW II military hard- national guard. Thomas' Tigers were Boysie 'k Panthers. The Tigers spottedthe
Perry with 19 points Jessie New berry squad to a quick

''I 11,1:' 1.)>1 L IjDl" JI_ Blount with 13 and Paul White 4-0 lead in the opening mo-
Sat. & Sun. Ticket Sales and Walter Filer who both ments of play but took the lead
chipped in 12. :- -. back later in the first quarter
I Construction) Coach Thomas com and were not headed by the
)
menting on the Tiger win over Panther until Scott sank the
Set At
.473-3lB3LakeGeneva Daytona Speedway the Conference rival Hornets winning basket in the double
4- said his squad put together a overtime period.
DAYTONA BEACH Officials Daytona 500 NASCAR Winston "great team effort" and : 1 Union County led 16-14 at the
Bull Dozer & Tractor Work at Daytona International Cup Grand National Stock Car noted the Tigers canned 17 un- close of first period play, 26-23
Speedway announce the Race answered points as second at the half and 41-37 as time
Fill Dirt Speedway ticket office will be A limited number of three half play began in the Tuesday expired in the third period.
open on weekends from now day paddock tickets for the night win.Whitewas. But. the Panthers knotted the !
Clay- until February 20th. "24 Hours of Daytona" Feb.5- top rebounder for score at 5252 at the final I
The ticket" offices will be 6, will also be on sale. the outing collecting nine on -- I:! buzzer. sending the contest ,
Masonary Sand open on Saturday and Sunday Reserved seat.tickets for the the evening. Filer snared six, into overtime.

in order to process the march 13th "Daytona 200 and Perry had five reboundsin \\alter Flier ell) goes up for two of his nine point total in Coach Thomas' Tigers con-
increasing number of tickets Motorcycle Classic will also the win over' the Hornets. Union County High's double overtime" loss to huuannee, Conference trolled play through the first
-Free EstimateDelivery orders for the February be available.The Perry led the Tigers in foe :New.; berry last l"riday night in Lake Kullei. three minute overtime period.
"Speed Weeks '77" programat ticket office at Daytona scoring assists with three and working the ball for an unsuc-

AnywhereP. Daytona Speedway. Speedway will be open from 9 shared ball hawk honors with situation bounced off the rim. UC Parry 11424 Holmist 310 cessful field goal attempt in
Reserved seat tickets will a.. to 4 p.m. Saturdays and Holmes as the pair combinedfor a 60-58 victory was sealed for wnita '.1'. I'.I.r.2'. Blounl' 204 the final seconds of what
O. Box 1 124 Lake Geneva be on sale for the February19th from 10 a.m. and to 4 p.m. six steals. the Milliard cagers. nom total'", If.10.91.. . turned out to be a scoreless j
HH Thompson 10 4 24 Favors 4 4
Permatex 300 Late Model Sundays. Phone orders may The Tigers hit 56 percent Down 26-12 at the halftime IO. Oonltyl' II. Seoloy I 0.2. Coachman period.
1'e 113 1 21 2/3 PD ... Sportsman Stock Car Race be placed by calling ((904)) 255- from the field against the Hor- intermission the Tigers behind 102. Team totals' 2S-10 '0. The Panthers hit on 28 of 60
aw.rfl1 .n.-----IITo] -,-,' and the February 20th eta, going 34 of 61 for the the hot hand of Boysie attempts from the field for the
5301."Speed Weeks, '77," at evening while the Hornets Perry battled back to within 1K.KKS59. I'\ TIIEHS tt) evening while the Tigers were

Daytona International were 33 for 76.Hawthonre two as the game clock wound LAKE BUTLER !New-: 27 of 56.ScorO .
'
.: ... Speedway, will begin with the is currently 7-10 down to the six second mark berry center, 6-5 Freddie Scott
*4 c February 5th "24 Hours of on the season. Perry led all scoring for the was held to just eight points by quarters:
% Daytona and will conclude outing with a game high 26 total well below his season UC 14 10 .II II 0 7 it
Score by quarttrsiUC NH 14' 14 11 0 0 40
with the February 20th"Daytona 21 If 27 22 Of point effort. 18 of which cameas average of nearly 20 points
frO 500." Cycle Week at HH 24 22 f 14. 71. he sparked the second half per outing by a tough Tiger Union County Wnito" II.1.2S. Perry>.
the Speedway will run March Union' County.- Holmes 10 4 14. Parry. comeback try. He was the lone defense here Friday night but 2-12. Filor'' 4-I.t. Blounl' .-0-..Holmoi 2-Ii .
74.l.It, Blounl' 4 t II.WilliS 4011. Filer s Toam totals' 27-1.s<.
7. 13. 2.II,SirmonosOll.Jackson 2-0-4. T..m Tiger in double figures. came through with a clutch Niwborry.. H'9h Smith" 11-0.22.
totals' : 34.2tS.HawfllorIII .. Warden Thompson pacedthe basket on a six foot jumper in Hayol I 0.14. Martirr 4012, Scott 120.
:. High Doug'24.' Hillard victory with 24 the closing moments of a Manual 022 Ttam totals, 20 4.40.
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Cook.. II,CanS 4110 Hutcninion 4 I
: "If the IRS ,. Purely 401, Thomas 400, Roblnion' 1. points. lie was joined in
tS 0... Zavada T..m totals' IH.7I. double figures by Mike
calls in Favors, who canned 14 pointson Union High JV Cagers
you TIGERS 58. IHLLIARD 60 the evening.

k. we'll with Commenting on the Saturday
go MILLIARD -With less than night loss to Milliard.
you. No extra six seconds remaining the Coach Thomas termed the Win Two Lose One tl
,
final outcome was still in performance of his Tiger ,
charge. doubt when Union County cagers "sorry" through the
High's Tigers met the 11-1 first three Milliard
quarters. Coming back from Friday quarter. outscoring
Hilliard basketball
High night's 69-59 loss to :"e"berry, 17-12 and narrowing their leadto
squad here Saturday night. karl by quartarti Union County High's junior 2 points Both teams scored
1"Li1 But when the top end of a UC 0 4 20I 10HH varsity cagers nipped Milliard 12 points in the final period.
pp I one on one foul shooting 10 14 17 17 40 53-49 in an overtime game Sat- tying the score at 49 all and

I urday night and won again sending the game into overtime -
;:- Hunting Season Winding Down Tuesday night, 73-60 over UCHS picked up four
I liiIit....... # ; # ; Hawthorne.The points in the overtime periodto
Henry W. BlocK two wins and the loss take the game.
That's Reason No. 5.Whenwe TALLAHASSEE Deer Throughout the state small puts the Tigers at 13-2 for the Raymond Webb was high
prepare your return we wild hog and turkey season in game season will remain open season with a Friday night scorer with 18 points followedby
stand behind our work. So northweast Florida closed through February 27 in the match against \\illiston in the Leandrew Pringle's 16.
I .if the IRS should call you Sunday January 23, markingthe South, Central Evergladesand Tiger gym on tap. The JV's
in. H&R Block will go along end of modern firearm Northeast regions. In the travel to Macclenny Saturday UCHS 1 If 17 I] 4 II
with you at no extra charge. hunting for these game Northwest region. small game night and will return for a HHS 0 14 IS II 4t

Not as your legal representative animals across the state. remains open through !March home match next Tuesday I.t.t Un.on 14. County Webb -f-l Holmoi.10. tlounl 3.0.' .. Prlnglo t-0...
but to answer Primitive weapons enthu- 6. against Bradford High School Highland. III. Totatst J).I.UMilliard .
I S : I any Questions about how siasts will have a special January 31 marks the end of walktr 104 Wabd .2.11..
your taxes were prepared. season from January 29 the special scaup (bluebill) TIGKKS7J. IIORNKTS60 Matllls. I.0-4, McKlnnon II.t.>!. Totals

JACKSONVILLE WEDNESDAY FEB. 2 thru SUNDAY. FEB. 6 through February 13. season with woodcock season 2 3341.PANThERS
I J H&R BLOCK however in which they can closing February 20. Snipe The Tigers were going : 69, TIGERS 59
I' I Coliseum JACKSONVILLE Veterans Memorial COLISEUMS pursue these popular game season will continue through strong the first half. which
118 N. Walnut 964-8266 animals in the northwest February 27. turned out to be fortunate as UCHS kept the score a close

WEDNESDAY (Feb. 2)) .. 7:30 PMS region only _ Right around the corner is they fizzled out in the second one through the first three
THURSDAY (Feb.3)) 4:00: PM & 8:00 PMS spring turkey gobbler half and saw their 18-point quarters outscoring New-
season. Once again there will ha If time lead shrink to 7 by berry 14-12 in both the second
FRIDAY (Feb. 4). . . . . . 4:00: PM & 8:00: PMS be three separate starting the end of the and third quarters. The score
game.
SATURDAY (Feb. 5)) . . 11:00 1 : AM, 3:00 PM & 8:00: PM dates across the peninsula. Leandrew Pringle was high after three quarters was tied

SUNDAY (Feb. 6)). . . ., . . 1:00: PM & 5:00: PMa..uu.s.ss..ii..u.s.ussu..ii..suu..iuuusu.uu..s.s..u.u March 5. spring turkey scorer among both teams, at 43 apiece, but the Panthers
gobbler season will open in hitting for 24 points. Hershel poured it on in the fourth
ALL SEATS RESERVED FOR BEST SEATS Mail this coupon today I I.S I. that portion of the state lying I Holmes and David Blount both quarter scoring 26 points to 4
4.50 S 5.50 $ 6.50 S south,) of SR 50 and continue scored 15. the Tigers' 16 and taking the
,,NaUNa' aOS..IASNUM a IAILIT' cucus' through March 27.
TAX INCLUDED S Cellooum, 1OO watt Wail Strut Mom a game
5 Jacksonville, Florida 32203 DATr Art OE March 12, the season will UCHS 22 24 14 II 71HHJ High scorer for the game
SAVE f 1.OO ON. KIDS' O begin in that portion of the 14 14 IJ 17 40 was Marvin Boykin of New-
UND" .2 state lying north of SR 50 berry who poured In 17 points.
= Numb.olaJull'.e., '' ,', 4tl. P.< t.ekfl. t Union County HcMmat 4.1-MPnngli ,
I Thursday ot 4.00 1 8:00: PM : where it will be open until . The Panthers' Danny Blitch
10 4 14 Webb I 0 I
Aft.rnoon .t 4.OO PM S Numbor .I | 41 I. Pt I'tlKt' I- Chicken 4II.OqhIand. .
Friday :S gtJIEARSI\ Liquid April 3. .l.llounir I I),Duk... I .. Total II II and Robby Frazee both con-

Saturday_ _ _Morning_ _._.11_ _:00_ _AM_ TaUt' Ami. 01, Ch.e;., M.nl, Oru.r ,_... The northwest part of the 71 Hawthorno holi40ll.. tributed 16 points, and Calvin
state will be for Coo I-I-S. Hunt had
open springs 12.
NOW ON SALE AT = .nnoft S.I.tlGIlIlnI.0-lI. Mutlodga 4
TICKETS OFFICE 811'' my .nl.Am.H..rol FertilizerDelivered gobbler season on March 19 1-', wiliiami 110. Total" 10-4.to. For the Tigers, Leandrew
COLISEUM AUDITORIUM BOX 0 HEM- -_ Ihpl',.. SUnaturo and remain open until April Pringle scored 20 points
CIVIC TIGERS 53. IHLLIARD
10. followed Hershel
MING PARK TICKET OFFICE 2 (III' my Manor Charoa _ closely by

SEARS. Downtown A Onngt S e Dir.i ,?,,.,?.?,, *_ _ & Spread For You More information on UCHS was behind most the Holmes with 18.
Park (U,. Your S..n Chvgfll 0 hunting and fishing game but not by much. They _
ALL BUDGET TAPE A RECORD Aur Day PKono.CLtASLYi _ 468-1985 regulations can be obtained were outscored 2-8 in the first Nowborry UCHl II 1*14 12 14 11 1*M OfUnion I*

SHOPS MUSIC SHOP.jKktonvllli 0- AGDUSS_ ,_ ,_PLEASE_ _PRINT_ _ _ Sl00erTon from any office of the Game quarter, but narrowed. ,
Reach a St. Augiatir S and Fresh Water Fish Milliard's lead to just four C.untvH.lm. a-oj-10 avinoloII $
.
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"Better"' Five For 7-7 Season Mark



t "We didn't do all that badly whose players are 6'4" or St. Augustine tomorrow shooting from several
considering they were Just over. (Friday) night and hosting players. (!
such a better team" Coach "We were just outclassed." Jacksonville Bolles on the The game started out
Warney Adkinson said of his said Adkinson, noting the Tornado home court Saturday slowly, with BUS taking an
Tornadoes' 78 59 lashing by Tornadoes managed only a 26 night. initial 2 0 lead and
Buchholz last Friday night in percent shooting percentage, BItS was behind all the way relinquishing It for good
Gainesville.In hitting 24 of 90 shots. "We Friday night usually by 20 several moments later.
were having to shoot the ball points or more, and the Bob- Buchholz was ahead 16 6
what was a bad night all high all night over those tall cat second-stringers took over after the first quarter, and BUS Grid Banquet Set Feb. 3
the way around, BITS was players," he explained.The midway through the second increased their lead to 34-
missing its tallest player, quarter. Buchholz was doing 14 when the Bobcat subs took
David Walker, and was at a loss evens up the Torn- everything right, dominatingthe over. BUS narrowed the leadto Bradford High School's plate tickets may be reservedby
decided height disadvantage ado record at 7 7 for the game under toe boards 40 22 at halftime but annual football banquet is set others by contacting the
against the Bobcats, five of season, with BUS traveling to and getting excellent outside Buchholz had for next Thursday, February high school.
out of reach by 1wwJ 3, at 7:30: p.m. at the Starke
third quarter, Golf and County Club. Highlights of the annual
stood at 62 37. Doug Knotts defensive coordinator football banquet will include
I Big Red Wrestlers Now 6-2 Fred for the University of introduction of players, pre-
Hampton save Florida football squad, is the sentation of awards to out
from being a scheduled feature speaker.All standing players and remarksby
and drug him to the mat. number of long u'N Sports Club memberswill members of the Bradford
By'hris Fernsler U\'CLE'I'oiY\1.\TCIl:;: : Also recording pins for leading all t be admitted to the ban- High School football coaching
BIT Sports Writer Starke were Ken Cruger at 188 points apiece. quet free of charge. $5 per staff
Baker High's AAA wrestling pounds, as he won over Tony was Bradford
Tornado wrestlers won Wildcats got shoved around Williard Charles Revel in the rebounder,
three matches during the past 38-21 by the Big Red grapplers 148 class;, defeated Rick Size- team's 22 ta.a
Ocala Van- (Jan. 20)) in
week defeating Thursday night
more, and Allan Montgomery, Other players
guard 42-24, Macclenny: 38-21, Macclenny. who beat Ken Cobb at 108. double figures 77.17.70.'i STRETCH SEWING SHOP
Sale
the for the .1I Safe
and Madison 411-18. Leading charge In the 129 pound class Tornado Jackson, with
BUS is now 6-2 on the Tornadoes was Ken Cruger at Tom Meng battled Mike Robert Gould
season. The Tornadoes next 188 pounds, defeating his Smith before losing 9-7, while Derek Hill Sale Good Jan. 27, 28 29)) .
wrestle tonight (Thursday, opponent early in the first Buchholz. .
William Aldridge lost on a pin 111S Walnut 110 S Main
1. Jan. 27)) at7:30: p.m. in a home period on a pin. Cruger now to the Knights' Mike White in rrw1; STARKE LAKE BUTLER
match against f'lagler Palm has four pins in his last four the third stanza wrestling at ICOR.IIY
Coast. Next Tuesday, Feb. 1, matches.In 101. BUS' Martin Slocum was Ells a Touchdown Suede $3,98 yard
Buchholl 14
the Big Fled will meet Palatka the 170 pound class BUS' beaten in the
South away. Henry Pete also pinned his Vanguard's 6-0 Kick 122 Luck.categoryby The 20 BHS Carter AldldU'.2.I 4 .. 1 la mpton ((5)) fires a short ju toper over tn Her Ituchholz de- Polycotton prints $1.19 yard
opponent in the first quarter. CummlngiO-O-O' in last Friday's BUS l 101s to the Bobcats. Hampton and
Tornadoes forfeited in two Assorted ribs 5 cents inch
:\MADISON:; : .\Trll Pete pinned his man before classes, 115 and 141. II Bucnimlli,Hall0-0-0.Mar.TD'a".. .l: Fred Aldridge shared high point honors for the outing per

the opponent realized what Bradford High School is O. 1.Gould.0. 12. 20 apiece. Sc issorssharpeHed Slperplir\ ,,
The Big Red wrestling team was happening.In the and Hill-2.10, D. .
now 4-2 on season .
scored four pins against the 108 category Alan I S. Young 0 0,
Ocala Vanguard 2-8. .
!Madison High School enrouteto Montgomery of the Tornadoes DanKlil Total':
a 48-18 victory Monday dominated the match
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night in a home match. throughout. Montgomery got
Wrestling at 170 pounds, & pin with 1:15: left in the
Bradford's Joe Lazenby second stanza. He was clearly
moved like a cat and built up a more active, many times NOW.
4-0 lead over Madison's trying for takedowns. Mont FOOD SET YOUR WITH FINE,
Howard Hiers in the first gomery did record two takedowns TABLE IMPORTEr
period before disposing of him
in the first period.
with a pin later in the uarter. The 148 class saw the Big
In the 158 class BHS Henry Red's Charles Revel build upa PORCELAIN CHINA
r Pete pinned Albert McQuay of big lead before disposing of FAIR
!Madison in the first period his man by a pin. Revel got the
after holding a slim 2-0 ad- pin in the third quarter while l
vantage. Pete gained controlof maintaining a large 7-0 ad cm
the match from the start vantage. e AT SPECTACULAR "FEATURE-OF-THE-WEEK" SAVINGS. .
even though he was not Tornado Earl Biggs in the SUPERMARKETS
scoring much because he was 141 class, won 20-5; Joe
outquicking McQuay for good Lazenby at 158, won 13-0 and I Pary 51 OFF Dary
The Valuable v
holds. Martin Slocum, fought to a 9-4 Clip
At 188, Ken Cruger of the victory. Tornado Bobby Smith .
Big Red manhandled his won in the Coupons in this Ad i HI-C FRUIT CANWESTINGHOUSE .
opponent, Curtis (Hodges. As category due heavyweight I 46or I SOFT WHITE 2 PK. .b -
the first period ended, Cruger qualification.Coming asavoUpTo... <
held a 5-0 lead and in the away with losses for : DRINKS 19 SLIGHT; BULBS -
second quarter he finished the Big Red were William CO -
Hodges'( grasp off. In the Aldridge in the 101 $ j ASS' FLAVORS j j <
second stanza Cruger repeatedly 236 .
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around Hodges trying to get a Quarter and Tom -Meng,
good grasp for a possible pin. dropping a 3-0 decision. i
He finally got it after building

upa, 7-0 advantage. 'i\\:' GunDITCII: {
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Slocum pinned his opponent Bradford High School's WED.,FEB. 2,1977.QUANTITY RIGHTS REIERVED.COMPARE .
in the second
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down to the mat. He attempted pins.Lazenby continued his n ttet MElegant vin VMIII HIT tinvmn icu
to kick his way up, winning Joe ways in the 158 pound Detergent 39C 16' cE Sego Liquid 3/M/ 32tuttn '
but did not have much success -
class with a pin over a stunned IN MCOT rair MIN' Ihz i HI
Terry Roberts at the 1:10: Bowl Cleaner 39C 3' Marshmallows 39c C 10'>
A with wins
Also coming away ,
mark of the first period. n.r/n p.M
for BHS was Earl Biggs in the Lazenby was the aggressorand Tiny Tender Peas 3/s/ 1 39
141\ class,as he defeated Eddie was nearly always on top SAVE SAVE
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gomery, wrestling at 108 of Roberts.At Dip N' Chips 58t 1V

pounds beat Gary Branch 10-0, 170 pounds Tornado ifti nt MUD cnm t
and Tom :Meng. \\wrestled Henry Pete pinnedVanguard's Lemon Juice 57 12' e e '
Madison's Frank Lee Reed. Not
at 129, sent
Bryant home with a 10-7 loss. only did Pete do it in the first WITH. MINS'lft. CM '
In the heavyweight division period but he had 1:35: left. Swift Chili 2/891/ 17 ,

BUS' Bobby Smith got hurled Pete was all over Reed from 555 osn alai 1.1115 SOS
around like he was a baseball the start, never giving him an Facial Tissue 39c 10'
before being pinned by advantage.In Mil I KM. III COMPARE 05w'T'.ro.w.MKU, YOU w OGY1 ro 4
Madison High's Bobby Jack the 135 category Earl Old Dutch Dressing 3/s/ 1 47'
Gray in the first quarter. a pin for the Macaroni DinnerVienna 4M89e 1'
Gray weighs well over 300 Tornado cause, beating Rick SMI hi CM
pounds. Romeo.Biggs started fast and Sausage 3/S/ 1 47' rmttr, mil' 'MM ,
There was a total of four put Romeo at a 9-0 disad-- 4 II Ul Ml m UtMl Trash Can Liner 1 10
forfeits during the Tornado vantage in the opening stanza. Fresh Dill Pickles 99 t. 3' *
victory too. At 101\ the Tornadoes Shortly: after Biggs recorded a p Pantry tL Pride Saltines 45 a
William Aldridge received pin in the same quarter.The .
t a forfeit as well as heavyweight divisionsaw
0 Charles Revel in the 148 category Tornado Bobby Smith pin m see m' u n' o' m
Madison High gainedwins William Puckett in the first
via forfeits m the 115 period after gaining a two KOUNTV KISTCORN nwiit S IM PUNCH r STOKELYIt SEA CALL
pound class with Lorongh point advantage. Smith con Air Freshner3l PEANUT oz WHOLE KERNELAND GRATEDTUNA CAKE _
Haynes and in the 135 category tinually went directly towards DETERGENT CREAM STVLC MIXES
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Elementary, ', Students Combine School Spirit -Annetites. For Athletic Euinmpnt

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t-omoining early morning "The competition is running cereal box-tops they can collected during the have -6 r
appetites with a good measure pretty high Coaches Roger collect. nationwide contest. topped the class com- even had some problems with box-tops prior to the close of groups on a monthly basis.
of petition
school spirit, students at at Starke Elementary vandals tearing down the The
Chilson and Vicki McKinney, Southside and Starke competition. 10,000 box-top fugure
Southslde and Starke of Starke Elementary, reportof Post offers numerous prizesto Elementary are the only cereals with 305 box-tops, all Post running total class charts he McDonald's Restaurant has represents a scaled down goal

Elementary Schools are the contests going on there, schools, from eight schools in Bradford County months., over the past three posted around the school."We've assisted Coach Lewis in his from the one originally set for

eating their way to new physI- as individuals and classes passenger swing sets to bats participating in the programat got somewhere efforts to reach the school's the eight passenger swing and .
cal education and playground wage a subtle, but spirited, and balls, in exchange for the present time. Starke Starke School-wide, students at the between 400 and 500 now," box-top goal by offering prizes slide combination. Coach Me- .'I

equipment. race to see how many Post specified numbers of box-tops Elementary students are the Elementary have put Coach Lewis said earlier this to top classes. Kinney says 26,000 box-tops
away some 3,732 boxes of week.
Post
clear front runners with cereal Piggly Wiggly superhad been the goal at Starke
to
nearly 4,000) ) cereal box-tops Coach date. Lewis says the school plansto market is assisting the Elementary when the com-
collected to date Jim Lewis, reports use the box-tops to obtain Starke Elementary staff in its petition began. But, the

Ancil Underhill a third box-top collections at softball bats and additional efforts to reach a 10,000) goal, coaching staff there decided
grade student at Starke Southside than are running slower athletic balls, and adds South- donating prizes to the top its eyes were rigger than its
Elementary\ tops the expected. Indeed, he has side's goal still stands at 5,000 class In each f\f seven. avtttia students' stomachs..
"Super - --- ------ -- -- --- c---- -- -
'//1 Stars" list at the school withan

'a'' amazing 32 box-tops BHS Girls Down
'y collected to date. "Ancil says Tigers For First Victory

having a large family, that all
r ,., ., 1ti MI 'r 4 ,4c like to start the day with a
rig
'f + ; cereal breakfast helps,"
1 J Coach observes. LAKE BUTLER Brad- and Mellissa McGill, who both
McKinney
The Underhill ford's High girls' basketball hit for six point totals.
family has squad earned its initial win
put away cereal at the rate of
since girl cage play resumed Lola Stoutamire who
nearly 11 boxes month contributed
per
al BHS after a 16 year layoff four points to the
over the past three months,
and Ancil has received due here last Thursday night, witha Tiger cause, had 17 reboundson
tVr it ti.. vatr praise from coaches Chilson Y i', 1'i' M 32-24 victory over Union the evening and blocked

-. and McKinney, who have o. v County Cassandra High's Johnson girl Tigers.paced two field Tornado shots from the

/ noted his name and
achievement in prominentview Coach Jerry McGriff's BUS Bradford High was 15 for 65
squad to the victory here last
of the student body from the field in collecting the
through a decorative display 4 Thursday, pouring in a game win, while Union County
s high 20 points. Miss Johnson,
placed the school's High's capers were 11 for 54.
on cafe- .
#'' teria wall. 1. : who collected the majority of
"h1 her 20 point total short
on
In addition to the Like the Tornadoes
} irk current the
from 10 to 15 feet out,
jumpers
tJnklor, '"' individual leaders in the box- Tigers are in the midst of a rebuilding -
the
was only player in double
top race, coaches Chilson and figures for the season. CoachWhite's
outing.
McKinney have placed a Frances Coltrane tossed in 7 squad features just I

class-by-class running total r. points,Judy Williams hit for 4 one senior.
t tNi' chart, drawn
up by a talented wrp
and Emma added
Murphy one
Sandy Johnson in the Starke The Tornadoes return to
point to round out scoring for home
Elementary cafeteria. court action tomorrow
Coach McGriff's in its
At a moment's glance, : r squad night (Friday), hosting Haw
students may check their first the current victory in five starts. on thorne's Hornets at BHS gym.

classes' rank, and unless they season. The 8 p.m. varsity contest is
happen to be in Mrs. Debbie In addition to leading the preceded by a junior varsity
Bradford High's 'assandra Johnson (lilt drives in for BUS squad in scoring. Miss
Patrick's fifth class two of clash set for 6:30.: The BHS
grade
her j.anll'( high 20 Johnson led the
points in the Tornadoes Tornadoes in
victory over Union
how continue
far girls home
they are out of first court
Starke Elementary physical education' instructors Roger 'hilson and Vicki McKinnry keep place. County High's girls( basketball squad in Lake Butler last scoring assists for the evening action next Monday night
I tabs on box-top competition with the aid of wall chart in school cafeteria. Mrs. Patrick's fifth graders Thursday\ with three. Miss Williams and hosting the Florida School for
Betty Jean Hudson each had
Deaf in 6:30: and 8 p.m. con-
two scoring assists. tests.

I "FEATURE-OF-THE-WEEK" Week Item Sato
Price Miss Coltrane was top re- Score by quarts:
1 Dinner Plat 59' bounder for the Tornadoes
FOOD BHS 10 2 II 1 32
a Cup 58" against the Tigers with six, UCH 4 2 13 3 24 .
followed by Johnson, Williams
.l e 3 Saucer 59' and Hudson with five apiece. BHS-Jonnton 10-0-20 Coltran.3.1.7.
f 4 Fruit Dith 59' Willl.mt 2 0-4 Murphy Oil. Tol.li: 11.
2-32.
B Bread 59' Coach Frances White's UCH McG," 1-0-4, WMInmt' 1-0-4, t
:=mmi Tigers, now 1-3 for the season, Simmont-0.6 Sroufamir 0.2.BaW.ll
HMcrtn.ni> r FAIR
CUP were led by Martha Williams 1-0-2. Porry 104.I Tatali. : t1-224.

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J we are pleased to accept I 1)) Boy Scout Troop 70, along with Donnie Wilkerson, Gary
u two adult advisors spent last Perry and Greg Jackson
weekend the braved the 20-degree weather
camping on
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Several skills reviewed
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j weekend outing, while Troop included boiling water to
Complete your set with accessory Committeeman John Schmidt make it sterile, cooking over
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PKG. EveryDayLowPrice'LYKES DRUMSTICKS 70 express thanks to John
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STEW Miller Tom Jackson and
37-35 this past week, the
Henry Lawson for assistancein
WHOLE \ -' a Sharks remain atop the city
providing transportation to
BEEF $138 PORK SHOULDER > ,' i FYNE TASTESKINLESS 12-I PKG. recreation Junior Boys and from the camping site.
Basketball
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GROUND OR PIECES LB mm* SMOKEDPICNICS record, followed by the Cudasat
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FRANKS 58 Kings 26.Wednesday. Scorekeepers

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S. O. A GRADE A QUICK FROZEN ADDED CENTER CUT BEEF TASTE LB PKG. Chuck Johnson canned 26;
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SLICEDBOLOGNA League and the adult softball
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88 Cudat: S. Hudftonll I L Long 1-0-
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39 RUTABAGAS sari run it ru ale. uni High's junior game with 17 points. Two
LAVE varsity basketball team lost Tornadoes were in double
Dinner Rolls 3/M/ u.< its tenth game of the season figures Kevin Miller with 13

15S LB19< e Ml t SNIT ,. MOM PtnCOt' IM 01 CA10M1 ItH 111 IAn last Friday night at the handsof and Ben Hoss with 11.

I Olympic Meal Bread 59tf Buchholz High of The JV's travel to St.
to Gainesville, 63 41. Augustine Friday night and

BUS started out slowly, meet Jacksonville Bolles at :
t. rrrirlairlaralC'1EiBiirrrrr( scoring only :S to Buchholz 17 6:30: Saturday In the BUS gym.

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LAWTEYby
with and Normanand "Freedom's Last Call" that
dinner. Jimmy Moore of Jacksonville their parents. Colonel Mr. Mrs. Larry
CHCRCII ACTIVITIES evening Mrs. Pierce Crews and Mrs. visited his parents, Mr. Elizabeth Terry and Mrs. William Wilson. daughter Rhonda Mrs.Bill night.Mr. and Mrs. Mark T.
and Mrs.
Mr. and Ola
Mrs. Starling
Fred
and Mrs. Fred Moore Saturday phone 782-3300: Moore
Jack Harris of State Farm on of
and daughter
Church of God attended the Johnston
: Sunday were Sunday dinner guests of Dobbs and Chris
School Ser visited Mrs. Catherine GriffisIn law and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. J.F. Homosassa Springs spent the
*! 10 a.m. Worship daughter. their son-in-law and daughter, Bible conference, at Trinity
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Star
Lake Butler on Tuesday.Earl Robertson attended church in and Mrs.
% vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., !Mrs Wayne Hardee and Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Thomas Baptist Church Jacksonvilleon weekend with Mr.
Boyette of Columbus ling and family, Mr. and Mrs. afternoon. Jacksonville at Sharron in which Jack Southerland and family.
Wednesday and
Prayer Meeting family on Sunday Jay of Live Oak. Their son Friday night
Mrs. Otis Melson and daughter Church and
t, 7:30: p.m., YPE Friday at 7:30: Ga. and mother Billy Other guests were their Primitive Baptist Joday Thomas of New York is Brother Lester Roloff and Dr.J. Their daughter remained a
Boyette Sr. of Lake City were Belinda and their mother ate dinner at the church. Southerlandswill
and the
p.m. brother-in-law and sister, Mr. spending two weeks with is Harold Smith preached and week
" Evergreen Baptist: Sunday Sunday overnight guests of Mrs. Melson attended the {WA Mrs. Wallace Chesserand During the afternoon they parents so the Moores were the Sears family sang. They take her home and spenda
s School 10 a.m. Worship Ser her son and daughter-in-law Bible conference at Trinity on son Saturday night Mr. visited their son-in-law and able to see him also viewed the movie. weekend with them.
on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Jr. Tuesday and Friday nights in Mr. and Mrs. C.K.
vices and T.U. Boyette and Mrs. Ronnie and daughter.
11 7 Mosley .. .. .
a.m. p.m. and which Brother Lester Roloff ---- - -- - -- --- _______6
family. Cowan. - - - - - - -
6 p.m., Prayer meeting Wed daughter on Sunday
nesday 7pm. We are proud to report that and Brother J. Harold Smith afternoon. Alvin Anderson Mrs! Pierce Crews was a
Faith Baptist: Radio Pro- Mr. and !Mrs. Wayne Hardee presided. They also viewed spent two nights with the Har- Sunday dinner guest of her
on WPXE 8 a.m. and family moved into their "Freedom's Last Call" on dees. nephew and niece Mr. and NOTICETo
gram new brick home during this Friday night Mrs. W.F. Attwood and
Sunday. Bible School 10 a.m..
Worship Services 11 a.m. and week. Mrs Waldo Pringle of Mrs. O.J. Phillips and Mrs. family.
Mrs Celita Lee and Worthington Springs was a Hester Hicks visited Mr. and Raymond McAllister and
.
7:30: p.m Prayer Meeting The Stockholders Of The
Wednesday 7:30 daughter Michele of Jackson- Saturday dinner guest of her Mrs. Owen Anders on Sunday Bill and Ray Wilson of
Grace United Methodist ville visited Mr. and Mrs.! sister, Mrs Pierce Crews. afternoon. Gainesville spent the weekend
: Gene Pearson Sunday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wain-
on
;{::::; Sunday School 9:43 a.m.. Worship and Mrs. Hermie Kelly wright and son of Tallahasseewere Community State Bank
':
: Services 11 a.m. and 7s.c Camel Born At Tax ZooFrigid
: Circle Wednes attended the Retired weekend guests of their ..,
p.m Prayer Teachers' meeting at the mother Mrs. Truby Wainwright -
:;r. ednesday, Good.mews Rap Epperson home in Lake Butler weather! did nothingto unaffected by temperatures
W 7-30: p on Thursday afternoon.Mrs. Mr. and !Mrs. Donald Wilkison deter the stork from even below zero, the newborn Of StarkeThere
:-... The church will have an administrative Robert Whetsel and Jr. and son of Jackson- making his appointed rounds baby was unable to handle its
,.a, board meeting at daughter-in-law Mrs. Steve ville were Sunday dinner at the Jacksonville Zoo chilly welcome into the world.
the church Sunday Jan. 30 at Whetsel of Keystone Heights guests of their parents. Mr. Jan. 18. It is being fed around the
'...' 7 p.m. visited !Mr and Mrs. Robert and Mrs. Donald VVilklson A baby Dromedary Camelwas clock every four hours and is Will Be The Stockholders Annual Meeting On
.., United Methodist Women Lee on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Boyetteand born at 8:30: a.m. in bitter doing well under human care.
met at the church Tuesday. 10 Bob Geiger of Jacksonvilleand family visited their cold. The baby was severely
"r. a.m., with 17 ladies present Mark Raulerson of brother and sister-in-law, Mr. chilled at birth and when it The female youngster Jan. 28,1977 P.M.
-g, Mrs.; George Roberts Sr., presided !Montana attended the funeralof and Mrs. Don Boyette and was apparent that it would be weighs an estimated 50 Ibs.
t I'ij. ; Mrs. Frank Coss gave his mother Mrs. Loca family of Macclenny on unable to stand on its own, and stands about 4'a' feet tall.
the devotional and Mrs Kaulerson on Thursday and Friday night was removed from its motherfor The new addition brings the At The Banking House 114 W. Madison St.
Esther Porreco gave the pro spent the weekend with his son Mr.and Mrs. Fred Carter of rearing by zoo personnel. camel herd at the zoo to a totalof
gram. After the program the James Raulerson. Maxville visited their son-in- Although camels are able to five one male and four

k. dish meeting luncheon adjourned.was A covered served. withstand severe cold and are females. ......___._...__.__._ ____ ...... .........................._.....u...u...,.u".M.'_'_'.'_'_'_'_'_'_'_'.'_'.'.'.'..........,.,.......................................
Next meeting will be Feb 1 at N V SSSSSSVr :.:V.YY.. Y. v.nwwatv v. 7. y
* *' the church.

Highland Baptist: Sunday '
School 10 a.m. Worship Services -
11 a.m. and 6pm. / .
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 0,
7:30: pm.I.aura. ti ECKERD

School 10 a.m.Baptist. Worship: Sunday Services I I Excedrin r 16 oZ p<

11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m,.
.
... .. .. '
Prayer Meeting Wednesday .I BABY
::
;
r 7:11I: p mNorthside. ,
: Baptist: Sunday CLOSE-UP

..r6 School 11 10 a.m.a.m.. Worship Services ., EXCEDRIN SHAMPOO mm

Prayer !Meeting Wednesday 7 v.v '
6.4 OZ.TOOTHPASTE
, p.m. I PLASTIC .
!Sjmrna' :Missionary Baptist TABLETS BOTTLE
: Sunday School 10 a.m..
Worship Services 11 a.m. and A. BOTTLE OF 100 LIMIT ONE

7 pm.. BTS5-45pm: ., Prayer
.;' Meeting Wednesday 7 p.m.
. !:'r !M.' John's :Missionary Baptist Y' THE EXTRASTRENGTH I I C
if f : Sunday School 10 a.m.,
.. ; Worship Services 11 a m. and PAIN 99 : 49 Mf07
3 p.m. on second and fourth RELIEVER ;, '::.I 1UP

Sundays! at noon.Prayer Band Mondays LJLl LIMIT ONE LI


i
l PERSONALS.: : ;

:Mrs Ruby Liete and sister
' :::::::::::::
.(-. Mrs Ruth Steinhouser of
Jacksonville visited their
& cousins, Mr and !Mrs O J.
: Anders on Tuesday afternoon
Lawtey Little League will
meet Friday. Jan. 28 at 7 p.m.
at Lawtey Library
!Mrs Barry Watts was a
guest!; of her in-laws Mr and
Mfr. Mrs. G. C Stanley of Crescent
.City"on, Tuesday Stanley had
: J just returned home from a
:v visit to the hospital.
Sincere sympathy of the
x community is extended to the _
relatives of Mrs Loca l
PULLOVER OR CARDIGAN METAL ADJUSTABLE
Markalee -
Raulerson son "
DAYTIME COLDS MEDICINE LIMIT ONE
Mrs Itaulerson Gwendolyn and Broward daughters and R COVER GIRL MEN'S IRONING
VICKS 10 OZ. REG 9 99 88 REG
Mrs. Alice Petree. who '
passed U 4' 6747C
.. LttaKlc % 6 a 99 688
: : away Monday! morning :- LIQUIDMAKEUP <

51 rand and Mrs. Carl Norman DAYCARE . . . SWEATERS BOARD . .
sister. Mrs Darlene Norman .
I Iff were called to go to the
Halifax hospital at Daytona Qc % 2 OZ.-LIMIT ONE FANCY FRONT-REG 7 99 9 OZ OR IDOl DISPOSABLE REG 88
t
Tony Beach where Parrish their\\ hoas nephew ASSORTED i" 'Itt JOHNSON'SBABY LADIES

,, critically injured in an ,, I SHADES 't 19c I c
airplane crash is a patient i oz LOTION . SWEATERS 499TUMBLERS 2 97
:Mrs Sumpter Harley and M LIMIT .?,
x ONE Igx
,' :Miss Arthurine Blanchard ?
"
visited her sister :Miss Enza 5 OZ SCENTED-LIMIT TWO ,
$: Blanchard in Baker County POLYESTER.ASSTD COLORS CHROME OR BRASS.REG 6 88
:Nursing; Home at Macclennyon ?' ULTRA BAN
Thursday afternoon.Mrs. : LADIES

Earl Mosley- Mrs Guy 1 SUPER DRY . REG 4 99 A i99 far
-'utch and Mrs Les :McClellanof 488WILKINSON

Lawtey and :Mrs Joyce 'i PANTS . . .
I'utch of Blachshear. Ga I7 7'/ INCHES LONG-PAK OF 5 LIMIT TWO
', attended the funeral of Mrs

y,*_ Branch Loca Raulerson Cemetery on at Thurs-Long DOUBLE EDGE BLADES I 1/I/ CUTEX m 9 c BUCCANEER STYlI: REG 4 99 PLASTIC REG 49 4'FOR

i day| afternoon. EMERY BOARDS LADIES 61/2 IN.GROWER
.
y, Friends of John Devore regret ASSTD c
to learn that he is a dkinson STAINLESS COLORS 388 88

",:t: surgical patient in Bradford Steel STEEL MENTHOL EUCALYPTUS-REG 59 3O CT BLOUSES . POTS
County Hospital Our prayersare '
with him 5CT ;1 VICTORS PEG ?
"
:Mrs Tom \\haley and. LIMIT TWO 44 c REGULAR OR READY.TIED 7 INCH IMPACT PLASTIC
daughters of Tampa were Saturday \
over night guests of her COUGH DROPS .
daughters. Misses Lynn and MEN'S REG 99 HANGING REG c
v' Kelly Whaley of Starke. and 91' 99 58
KEPPELS 6 OZ BAG REG 39 1
\
were Sunday dinner guests of 5 c TIES PLANTER
ellie'i1.! . . .
r"rrw her mother. Mrs HOREHOUND
kinson and sister.. !Mrs Daisy NON.

+d Boeh Charles Sims of Jacksonville V05 AEROSOL DROPS LETTUCE LEAF-REG 99 10 INCH HI-IMPACT PLASTIC

visited Mr and :Mrs
Arlie Dobbs on Sunday afternoon HAIR LADIES HANGING
SPRAY WYANDOTREG 69 REG

:Mr and Mrs. Hermie Kelly 69c ,69 78e
b visited their brother' and VZ LB. YELLOW c SCARVES PLANTER .

sister-in-law.: and Mrs .44
"
x K L Kelly of Keystone 8 OZ i' POPCORN . . .
.f}y' Heights on Saturday afternoon LIMIT TWO ASSTD COLORS 8. SIZES REG 3 99 12 INCH.REG 2 29

fig". r r 1'/4 OZ GLUE OR 5 OZ PASTEELMER'S 2 LADIES
Mr and Mrs A.Q Smith ::* FOR TABLE TOP
: and family Auburndale REG A88 66
j
;
spent Sunday with their GLUE T c SCOOP SHOES MODE a5 1

parents. Mr andIrs.: ,. 9"9 GRILL . ;. .
ilubbard Harley OR WHT. PASTE .
.':''v Mrs. Leonard !Nelton was a
.> 's. Thursday dinner guest!; of her WITH ZIPPER-REG. $2 69 "X50 FT NYLON REINFORCED .
;",,", mother "Mrs. Louise :Messer 40 CT -REG 59' EACH 4 FOR
1; of Orange Park on Thursday FILLER MEN'S GARDEN
-
:r Heand :Mrs John m WIREBOUNDNOTEBOOK c 97 PEG '

: Chastatn Frederick Prescott Mr and Mr.Mrs and PAPER . .99 SHAVE KIT. I HOSE . .8.9.9..O::
; Mrs Vaughan Prescott and
family of Kinglsey Lake. Mrs .
Darlene Norman and sons. 11 42 SHEETS IN ASSORTED COLORS REGULAR $3.59 LIVE BAIT PUMP KEEPS 'EM ALIVE' -
:Mr and :Mrs. Floyd Norman
8: and son and :Mr and :Mrs 300 CT CONSTRUCTIONPAPER WEEKENDGYM SUPER
i John Norman were Sunday 87 c 88 REG 99
HOLE
; 5 5 7
'j, dinner guests of :Mr and !Mrs REG 89 2 179 2
REG 1 29 . . PUMP
1f' Carl :Norman and family and BAG . . .
.", Mr and Mrs Leonard Nor

manMr and Mrs. L H. Harperwere liilllij v
:;:
of their :
guests parents.Mr
.....
.
and :Mrs Carl Prevatt on -
+ v'+ Saturday afternoon. Other PEOPLE TRUST ECKERD'S I FOR QUALITYPRESCRIPTION 1 Many, Many More Red Tag Items Prices Good Thru Wed. Feb. 2, 1977 Ir
ytf !guests! were their grandson.
Tommy Harper on Saturday Thru-Out The Store, Open Daily 9.9 Sunday 10-7

s son afternoon Mr and and another:Mrs Wayne I SERVICE..AT LOW LOW 1 PRICES! That Are Not Shown Here! Some Items Limited SupplyI'age

Harper and son f for Sunday
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27, 1977 TELEGRAPH
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rOOKer news -' he wouldn't seek re-election. not qualify for reelection.The .q Jan. 8. About 16 of her friends sons, three daughters and County Hospital in Starke, Raifo rd News

by Jeanette Prescott How this situation is remediedwill election will be held at helped her celebrate this their families. There were 23 was released Friday, Jan. 21. .
phone 485-1713 be announced later; as no City Hall in Brooker,Tuesday special occasion. grandchildren attending.One She is staying with her by May Belle Dobbs "
one I talked to seem to know I CITY OF BKOOKER NEWS what the proper procedurewill from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. BItOOKEIt 4-11 CLUB NEWS J.R. "Jimmy" Brooker and Dampier. Weallhope] she'll be -
be. CITY CLERK: Eva family. Out of town guests Included stronger soon. Please Our deepest sympathy to Madison Street Baptist
The Brooker City Election Clark, Rose Mott, Dorothy BIRTHDAY PARTY The Brooker 4-H Club met Mrs. Ollie Brooker remember her in your the Daniel Lawson family on Church brought the message +,
qualifying ended Oatney, Jeanette Prescott. Jan. 6 at the Community Ward, widow of the late Char prayers. the death of Mrs. Lawson's to the First Baptist Church of
at
Saturday, Jan. 22. 12 Those noon CITY COUNCIL: Incumbents Sis Tetstone, daughter of Center. There were 48 members lie Ward and first cousin to sister, Mrs. Lona Davis of Raiford Sunday night. '4 + ,,
: A.B. Adams had Nora. Ollie resided in Jack Union, South Carolina who Mrs. Rachel Lawson was
qualifying to run for the Rayford and Nancy Tetstoneof present. They a
dif William "Steve" sonville with her daughter Friends of Miss Debbie passed away Thursday called to Union, South
ferent offices, are as follows Nipper. New Starke celebrated her 14th special speaker, Sgt. Barberof n
MAYOR: No one qualified : ones that qualified are: Zolton birthday with a party hosted the Highway Patrol, who Betty. Other out of town Thomas, bride-elect of Billy morning. May God comfortyou Carolina Wednesday due to ;
to Bigham, honored her with a each in the serious illness of her .
run for this office. Jacab and C.J.StalnakerThe by her aunt,Joyce Tetstone at gave a presentation about bicycle guests were: Mrs. Ellen your sorrow.
Roy Carroll
announced a good while three with the most votes will the latter's home on Road 18 safety along with a short Stevens, Mr. and Mrs. Earl miscellaneous shower in the A.M. Jones and Lucien sister, Mrs. Lona Davis. t
back be elected. C.L. Atkinson did east of Brooker Saturday, film. Also the various groups Fitzgerald,Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Educational Building of the Alvarez were business visitorsin Miss Linda Sue Alvarez of
Brooker Baptist Church Gainesville Gainesville visited her
-- gave reports on how they are Ormond and Mrs. Gladys Wednesday.Mrs.
doing and when they will meet Wilson. Thursday, January 13. Mary Freeman had as parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don
next. It was a very happy occasion Sunday guests Mrs. Thenie Alvarez here Sunday and
964.5757 964.6206ArcherTannerFuneralHome Attention The 4-H Club Is for everyone. An estimated 50-55 were in Freeman, Tim Freeman of attended church with them. a '
having a fish fry as a fund attendance. Hostesses were: Hawthorne and Mrs. Willene Calvin Griffis Sr. has been r .
raising project.. It will be Sat Dickey Tetstone,son of Dick Juanita Adams, Jean Greene of Jacksonville.Mr. spending several day a with '
urday, (Feb 5 at the school and Joyce Tetstone, Douglas Carolyn Dyal, Lucy and Mrs. Earl Dobbs his son and family, Mr. and
cafeteria. Serving will start at celebrated his 12th birthdaywith Edwards, Johnnie Green, were overnight guests of M' Mrs. Gerald Griffis.
4 p.m. The cost is: 13 and over a party Tuesday, Jan. 18. Shirley Green, Dolly Harrell, and Mrs. Bud Clemons in Andrew Dixson of Bradenton +
-. $1.50; under 12 75 cents; Ten of his friends (in spite of Mildred Harrell, Ilean Love Heilbronn Springs. and Bill Dixson of Myakka
301 South of Starke senior citizens special 65 and the cold), helped him lace, Edith Melvin. She received Earl Dobbs and grandson City a missionary to the
over $1.06. Let's all plan to celebrate this special day.BIRTIIDAYSINJANUARY. many useful gifts. Mike Dobbs Griffis were juvenile shelter for boys and
attend to help our 4-H Club business visitors in Weirsdale John Seal from the shelter 'y
out. Reporter: Mike Starling. Their wedding was Friday. visited Mr. and Mrs. Elbert rp ,
MONUMENTSDoyleMArcher solemnized in the Brooker Dan Register of Lake City Thornton the weekend. .i '
BlltTIIUAY.'AItTY Arthur Quicksall Jan. 13; Baptist Church by Terry visited Mr. and Mrs. Michael Friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Ruby Allen Jan. 15; Patricia Cranford,Friday, January 21. Dobbs and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Vincent McKinny will regretto
Archie M. Tanner The family and friends of Castlen, age 6, Jan 24; Myra Reception was held at the Dobbs Saturday afternoon. learn that their daughter a't
Nora Brooker Harris helpedher Lynn Hodge, age 7, Jan. 27. home of Mrs. D.L. Thomas in Howard Resigter was a Cookie was badly burned with .
L.F-D. L.F.D. celebrate her birthday at Starke. Wednesday night supper guestof hot grease early Saturday
the Community Center on Saturday PERSONALSMrs. =,/ his grandparents, Mr. and morning.. We pray she is soon
They will reside in Brooker
Mrs. Earl Dobbs. well
"Within/ / YourMeans Now, Peace of Mind Always years-old Jan.on 22.Monday She,was Jan. 75-24. Obelia Tetstone, after where Billy is employed by !Mrs Marty Clemons visited Mr.again.and Mrs. Louis Hunt of a1 r'
The family included four staying a week in Bradford Florida Hydrocarbons, Gas Mr. and Mrs. Gearld Griffis Gainesville visited Mr. and 4s+ '
Company. Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Elbert Thornton early >
The Rev. Charles Swartz of last week.
m:::::.Y:::::;::::::::::::1Y. :S::;?::::::?::::::::9SSSSSSftt.:;:;::=:::::::::;:;: ::::::;:;:;::. ::S:*::::*::::*::::::::.:::::::::::::::::::::::.S::::::::,::.:.::::::::::::::::::::::::::,:,:,:,:.:.:.:.::.:.:.:.;.::.:SY.:-:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:..:.:.:.'.'.'.'................................................_..._......._._._._..._UUHu................--.---------.-.---. Some of those from Raiford ('
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r 4 tJ : r ":''' 1t''r:};: } rv: :-: :# r?:{ s :{vSr:i'.Jlt' : : : : : } : attending President Patrick D.C.) were the Carter Dickens Pat inaguaration Dickens in,Washington David Sr.of,-


:;:;:f;: Dickens, Steve Henley, J.D. '
PLANTERS a, MEN'S ECKERD ":::11t# 111 ) .............:.:.:.:: Griffis Danson. and Miss Marian {

.. Miss Carol Wilson and Jim
SPANISH I STDYIES GLASS I Wilkins of Gainesville visited
a !; 1 The Group homes in this area M1
17 AND 21 last week and were well
f (I pleased with the care given p
PEANUTS JEWEL CLEANER '
!f111 .1111 the boys in these homes. 7 H
Earl Dobbs visited Clarence ?t""
120Z CAN-LIMIT 2 WITH AMMONIA ;::1 CE Dobbs in Sanderson
'
::1::
: FAMOUS
; Thursday.
BRANDWATCHES =
19 OZ SPRAY ;;
s REG Get Johnie Oad Dobbs of Lake '
: an ez tra =1=1:
CAN SPRAY ON ::; set of
P rin is = Butler visited his brother Earl L
: develo with ::;:;
99' ever
WIPE OFF P e d y roll
t; AND } and print of color Dobbs Sunday afternoon.
ed. an d
TODAY black .1=1=j:
a t r REG 69' ANO EVERYDAY and w hitefllmRpl Rev. Hugh Walter preached ,;r
r in Madison St. Baptist Churchin
Starke Sunday night.
te ,. TWICE Mrs. Shjrell Crawford of
+ REG" Lawtey visited her grandmother -
26 88 en Y ou pick ::::::::: Mrs. Mary Freeman
Kodacolo uP Y o ur developed Thursday afternoon. '
J
: r or bla ill m and @j Friends of Mrs. Audrey "
TODgy qND EVERYDgywhite print film for the two rolls of (Sapp) Able will be happy to
9 price of one. j1 1i! 1 learn that she is out of the
hospital but will have a long 'a
:t:
; slow recovery. e
Mischel': Clemons spent
Sunday through Monday with
a 0 Cathy O'Guinn at Raiford.
o eae 4 KEY M EM ORY # 12 50 R E G 12.95 Jeffrey Clemons spent F t

Sunday through :Monday with
'
TEXAS INSTRUMENT Phillis Ilenson in Keystone &w'i i

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mmszMmmmmmz *'t 1 I: MAGICUBES . . 1 6 0 1
!: SeamanIan.in: I ;X' '
10 OZ LONG LASTING REG 149 PACK OF 10-ALL PURPOSE ::8SQf' e O9 McKinney has completed jyk ;
w FROM ITT REPLACES EXPENSIVE FLASHBAR recruit training at the :Na\al'' ;r: g
COTTON EASY Training Center. Orlando. hl
REG MAGICFLASH .0 Florida. .,l

MOP 9 9 WIPES 59 OO s For PRONTO 2495 19 99 :McNinneywhoseguardians irk TAX

are :Mr and :.Mrs Anthony C Tl '
Geiger, of Starke. is a I97fi +
IT'S ELECTRIC-WITH RECIPE BOOK" p' ''i'': graduate of Bradford High '
FOR TUBES APPROXIMATE 9 FT X 12 FT
CAULKING COMPOUND
School and joined the :.Navy; in ,
GRANDINETTI i m 88 ELECTRIC AND :, September 1">76. .;
CAULKING DROP '
c REG 33 0 CREPE PAN >. 14 NONELECTRICBLANKETS During/ the. eight week.1k$ ;
.
99 : cle. : S
REG McKinney
{ training/ c>
GUN ". : CLOTH O KEN TECH 1 studied general military sub C j
503-WITH W NUMBERS
him ,
to
/ jects designed prepare +
for further training in one of
HOLDS NINE PAIR'' REG $1 1 79 ASSORTED COLORS-REG 99 DIGITAL ALARM 8 8 the Navy's 85 basic occupational '

REG 1899 0/0 ${ fields. Also included inlcKinnev's *er,,.i
METAL TWILIGHT CLOCK :\ studies were
22 7Yc/ seamanship' close order drill. ,
1 / / < 33 OFF REG Niival history and first aid
SHOE RACK LAMP OIL TOUCH CONTROL PULSATING TO REG STREAM PRICE

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WITH FLORAL DESIGN REG 3 49 CARDBOARD PURPOSE PULSATING AEG 88 -' r
411 99 9 k&owyourCarpeting

FATIGUE STORAGE SHOWER .


2 8 8 CHEST A-97 t I 900 WATTS STYLER DRYER HI & lOW SPEEDS S" X 7" OR 8" X 10" .,4 ..

MAT . . . yYA
1u; NORELCO PHOTO ,
2R2E FRAMES ",,-
AMERICANA COSTS PENNIES A YEAH'' POUR FREE STRAIN OR STORE 91888 .
HAIR TOOL Z2.99 REGULAR TO S 1 129 EA KEN TEAL i:!t'Co 'j.

NIGHTLIGHT
'
REG 1 .99 SERVING REGAAPITCHER WEBANDALUMINUM.LlMESYELLOW .

. 59WCONQUERS LAWN I \\ YOUR SMALL RUGS. J+ t
770 "G JOO
88 CHOICE LARGE
1 99 .u RUGS'I
5
FAST & EASY'' CORDUROY COVERED FOAM ASSTD COLOR CHAIR .. .+ r
WEEDS
. . . F R Rugs are made in all .r
shapes and sues. Basically .q
HULA REG CORDUROY WEB AND ALUMINUM-LIME & YELLOW :, rugs can IHt broken Yy
,
.ea' 88 '
'+ down into three categories. "
I
499 366 LAWN b
CHAIR PAD 1 370 AEG These are: 1.
HOE . . 189 10" Room-sue rugs. 2. Area
CHAISE rugs (also called accent
13 88 Guss Roo rugs). 3. Scatter rugs
21 INCH LENGTH HEAVY DUTY (sometimes called throw

2 H P BRIGGS & STRATTON MOTOR 730 rugs). All rugs fit into one
LOPPING SOUTHBEND F of these three groups.A .

REG ::1 y GAS REG $11988 '''f, room-siz rug gen.
344 88 v
SPINNING erally covers most of the
SHEARS 4.49. I c, = ; LAWN EDGER .99 floor surface In a room.
9 9 but not necessarily from
C COMBO wall to wall Pre.finished I
RED WOODEN ROCKER-REG 5 88 standard sizes of
WITH DOME TOP.HEAVYDUTY, METAL room
REEL HAS MULTIPLE DISC DRAG : site rugs are f x 12 feet
CHILD'S 5 GALLON and 12 x IS feet. Area rugs a
66 ALUMINUM .R: SYSTEM. come in a variety of
4 69 488 shapes ... round freeform .
ROCKER . BAKEWARE GAS CAN . . . and rectangular,
Scatter rugs are those

T WOliN t PLATED STEEL TUBE HANGERS e BREAD & LOAF PAN 9Vj IN PREDICTS TOMORROW WEATHER TODAY! { : '''::':: :.>, : which are less than 3 x I
eLAYERCAKEPAN.9.'X1VaIN., REG. .69 '" ": : feet.Rugs
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I r Zee Tolles Tells Early History Of Melrose Area n First Book 'S'FORESTRYIN>>.




!\: "At eventide, as residents in many generations of red men just published book, Santa Fe and other lakes of BRADFORD COUNTYBY

; the vicinity of Melrose in the hunted and fished' this lonely "Shadows on the Sand," the the region. .... .
e ti ; country's bicentennial year land before the white men story of Melrose and its en- 1 1s Richard SchroederpaUl0tit2Phone
'!OI' look westward and see the came, but one can Imagine virons which she feels is an Mrs. Tolles' Interest in the 964.-65S4%SSSftSS
trees outlined against the edge word of their coming reachedthe Melrose area stems from her

:-::. of darkness, perhaps some of inland villages from the but area which, neglected is actually by historians rich with, days as a teacher in the Mel- : r About this time of year
them will let their imagination tongues of runners who rose school following her > farmers and other
:' property
stories of life along the old l lqt
f{; wander back to the days when followed the paths which had graduation in 1940 from .f 'I' owners ponder whether or not I
giant pines timbered this their beginnings in prehistorictimes. Bellamy Road, Fort No. 11 Florida State Woman's to plant trees in their yard or
;!' ridge of sand hills and naked ." (Keystone Heights), Fort College (now FSU). She now little-used pasture. Everyone Ii I
feet crept softly along the Harllee (south of Hampton lives on the shores of Lake knows that they look nice in a
j(' shores of its numerous lakes In such poetic prose does Lake), and the one-time Indian Geneva on Highway 21 in an yard, and are a low maintenance '
.... -,>;', and ponds. No one knows how Zonira (Zee) Tolles begin her camping grounds around area that is on the outskirts of farm crop, why else
Keystone Heights, but is
... should you consider trees in
actually within the borders of
the management of
your property
Bradford County due to the
.
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: twisting and turning of the

editorial ) highway between Keystoneand Trees are important to our
__ Melrose. She is convincedthat entire society. Over 5,000
the house is situated on 4V products are made from trees
old Orange Springs Road, and the list of wood and forest
x- which figures in early Florida .iJl,. products is increasing.A wood

4 ., Who Got The Money And Why? history Indian of this artifacts area.have A numberof been ; M1 SR -_ t consin products has laboratory approval for In Wis-pro-

found on the Tolles property
I e.u'J' ducing a bread made partiallyof
and along the adjoining lake IX.. *
tZee wood pulp (incidentally, it
shore. contains 50 per cent fewer

'; Starke and Bradford County have Bradford County Zoning Director Mrs. Tolles is a native of calories than whole wheat

added their protests!! to those of other L.M. Gaines has written Rep. Fuqua and Columbia County, where her bread content)and. Radar a higher is being fiber usedto
communities throughout the nation that U.S. Senators Richard Stone and ancestors were early settlers.
Her family later moved to show defects in logs, so
'" were "by-passed" in the recent distribu- Lawton Chiles, pointing out the unfair Crescent City, where she at- maximum yield can be ob-
tion of funds under the $2 billion Public manner in which the grants were made, tended the public schools and tained. Laminates are now

Works Act.Congressman. and other complaints have been pouringinto learned to love the area with being produced so strong that
its mammoth oak trees and construction timbers may one
Washington from all parts of the lakes. day be composed of glued
Don Fuqua has called nation to the same effect. serene r particles instead of a single

k the unfair distribution "one of the worst An indefatigable researcher -- piece of wood.

: cases of mismanagement and bureaucratic Gaines stated: "At one point in our Mrs. Tolles spends
much time talking with older Tolles digs for material about early Melrose in 76-year-old copies of the Florida Trees, however, are vitally
.-l- bungling I have seen, and says application we were advised that we had settlers of the area, pouring Weekly Advocate, early Starke newspaper stored among items being collected for important to the landowner
"the Act was certainly not administered excellent projects and, at great expenseto through faded manuscriptsand future display In the recently restored old Bradford County courthouse. just by being there.. The net

Sad in the way that Congress intended." the county, sent its architect to Illinois endless microfilmed cooling effect of a young
to get approval from LEAA, which documents at the Florida healthy tree is equivalent to 10

;i' "We have many communities that absolutely approval was received and hand History Library in Gaines- Peek Plans to C tntinue Travels room-sized air conditioners
ville,and searching old recordin operating 20 hours per day.An
qualify for various projects, delivered to Atlanta. But, in spite of the courthouses, of Clay average acre of vigorously

some of which were assured of the funds this encouragement, Bradford County Bradford, Putnam, andAlachua After RetiremenThe from Bankingday growing trees in a com-

by Federal officials, but which were obtained nothing. Counties, a mercial forest consumes 5-6
passed over. There is no excuse for tl is necessary chore since Mel- tons of carbon dioxide a year
of As member of Senator Stone that had rose once had the unique dis- for London gives off four tons of fresh
kind mismanagement. a : replied he final duty of S.L. England rt and
J'dtt' \ the House Government Operations joined with his colleagues, Sen. Edward partly tinction in of each being of these located four (Jimmy) Peek, Jr. before his where he will spend"two weeks ah oxygen tons of, new wood produces per acre four
Committee I have asked for Brooke Sen. Edward M. retirement on January 20 as "seeing the shows, and visit-
Sen.
t a complete Kennedy, counties. The Florida Legislature president of the Florida Bankat ing historic sites he had miss- annually.

and thorough investigation by this Alan Cranston, and Sen. Birch Byah, in finally simplified Starke was the pleasant one ed on previous trips. He will Tree leaf surfaces can trap
'; Committee." requesting that the General Accounting matters by passing the a specialact of reporting "the best year in be accompanied by his air pollutants. In addition, it

Office review the manner in which the placing all in Alachua picturesquetown and Put- the bank's history" at the daughter, Katherine. appears that forested areas

As written and passed into law, the funds were allocated, and determine if it nam. annual stockholders meeting have an untapped capacity for
held that Mr. Peek signed on as tellerat
Economic Development Act provided was done in compliance with "Con day. the Florida Bank here in purifying water and possibly

; that 70 per cent of the $2 billion would gressional intent" and as indicated by "It's" a timeconsumingtask The report showed an In- April of 1937 after two years of utilizing sewage wastes.
Mrs. Tolles "butso
k;;. go to cities and counties with an un- law. far I've had to says sacrifice crease in deposits from experience at other banking Ah, out trees grow so
$14,491,000 at the close of institutions. He "rose throughthe slowly, right? Wrong. On a
; ; employment rate higher than the national only one of my activities-my
business December 31
1975
on ,
ranka" and elected
was good site, pines can at a
of seven cent. The Senator Kennedy has also written the golf." She still manages to grow
average per to$15,666,000 on the same datein president in 1954 upon retire- rate of over 10 cent
per per
-U'l. other 30 per cent of the money was to go General Accounting Office inquiring carryon her ususal household memberof 1976 a gain of $1,175,000, ment of the late W.B. Sewell. year, compounded instantly.
to areas with an unemployment rate less about: the formula used for allocating duties, function as a or 8.11 percent for the year. S.L. Peek Jr. Match that return with certificates -
the Bradford County Boardof Elected to succeed Mr. Peek Mr. Peek, now 60, is taking
the national funds to the and of deposit.
than but above 6.5 states cities the
average ; Historical Trustees, and five
retirement
was J.E. Tomlinson, who has early years developer he plans to keep
per cent. methodology for computer processing of take an active part in been employed at the bank before the bank's compulsory Jn touch with local activities For the homesite there are

;t. As it turned out, however,all of the 70 the grant applications; and whether or Woman's Club affairs.She is a since September 1953. Other retirement age of 65. "I through his directorship in the many trees available in this
not any criteria, other than those outlined moving force in the "Keystoneon officers named were: Ruth S. wanted to spend more time bank, and an active role in the area that with proper care can
:Z per cent money allocated to Florida in the Federal Register were usedin Parade" display of arts Johns, vice president and travelling, reading some good church, and the Starke Rotary grow shade, noise protection,
,
; ;:i- went to the area starting with Orlando and crafts which is a popular cashier; Marvin Brown, and books, and listening to a Club. He is also serving a and shelter from the wind at a
..: and extending south. Counties and cities making the distribution of funds. attraction at the annual Helen B. Crosby, assistant rather large collection of three year term as directorof rate of over four feet per year.
in the north-central and western part of Fourth of July celebration in cashiers. classical records," he said. the Starke Bradford That seedling you plant this
-' the received GAO replied that the Economic De- Keystone. His extensive collection of County Chamber of Com year could be above your
funds
state
from
the
30
only velopment Division "has initiated Three new directors were some 6,000 color slides, {photographed ; merce. rooftop in five or six years
"Shadows" tells the of
per cent, and many got nothing at all story elected: Steve Denmark, Jr., on previous trips in helping to cool your home and
... review plans that will cover the areas of the area between the St. Johns
At time Mr. Peek had
T.H. Slade. and Warren W. some 30 countries, "is an a one adding value to your property.If .
1 Bradford County and the City .,. your concern." the River time and Lake of the Santa Fe from Winkler; along, with the re mess," he says, and will toyed with the idea of directing -
Spaniards'arrival election of Hernwall several months a few tours to for other
C.E. require "justto foreign no reason,
Starke had been led to believe that their
in Florida
y..p, Counties and municipalities that were up throughthe J.E. Tomlinson, G.C. Whitner, get them straightened out countries after his retirement, consider what was said by
projects had a good chance of approval Civil War and to the and Mr. Peek. and catalogued." but he's given up the idea now. Cicero in 149 B.C. : "He plants
:- because of the high unemployment rate misled into thinking they had a good platting of Melrose in 1877. "Tourist are becoming too trees to benefit another
which 7.7 chance to obtain some of the grant The author is already at workon his With roots in Starke demanding and too critical of generation."
deep
'0-.: was per cent at the time of her second volume Taking retirement in -
application. However, they were later money, based on their high employmentrates "Bonnie Melrose," which she, stride, Mr. Peek lost no time Jimmy Peek is a descendantof services provided on tours,"
told that the went to areas are entitled to a full and complete hopes to have published this in pursing his favorite hobby Comer L. Peek, one time he said. "I think I'd rather be Without the foresight to

having the largest money actual number of unemployed report as to just how the grant monies spring to coincide with thetown's travel. He will leave Satur- prominent Starke realtor and a directing member one of a,"tour he group said. than plant trees will now, future
suffer
generations with
:". were allocated. centennial observance.Her .
workers. This is not in act higher material costs, fewer
cordance with the wording of the Act, closing paragraph!: in In answer to the inevitable areas for recreation and
.. which dealt only in percentages- The usual Washington red tape shouldbe this first book holds the promise catch question, "Are you planning to wildlife, and a landscape

,': numbers. Using numbers as the criteria, cut, and this report expedited to get that "Bonnie Melrose"will County Agents By ?" up Mr. on Peek your replied.fishingnow "I without the benefits of

.:,: it is obvious that no small county could the information into the hands of con- continue the story of Bobby might wet a hook occasionallyoff healthy, attractive trees.
cerned applicants before the proposednew "Shadows on the Sand" as Notebook the end of a dock but
qualify, for it could with
never
compete For information about
characters more
fascinating
$4 billion public employment act is many Taylor nothing involving boats and
s the large South Florida counties in the black and white planting trees, contact me at
actual number of unemployed. passed by Congress. Otherwise, many of dramatize the first century of Phone 864-65S4 f that's complicated too much fishing like gear work!-" the Agricultural Building in
the applicants, with worthy projects, life in Melrose in a setting of Starke, or phone 96-1-6554.

Ht Also, under the heading of the will not wish to undergo the trouble and golden oranges and silver" I didn't know it would snow I have mentioned before

} "bungling" mentioned by Congressman expense of resubmitting their applications waters on a stage of sand. in our area when I wrote this that vegetable acreage is Assertiveness if*: ::::::::: ::: ::: :::::: :::::::::i:::::' :iX:'::ii:'::

;+ Fuqua, is the fact that the City of Tallahassee feeling that the grants will be Mrs. Tolles will be honoredat column I know last that week.we would Neither have did picking Brooker up each This year in and the Training Class :r i.f : sVETERANS'AFFAIRS ri 1
area. area
made the
whims
on of bureaucrat
some be
a tea to given at the
< i as a "special exception such of below
was a long period
the western part of the countyis f:1 :
: William Haas ,;
or on political considerations, rather Bradford County Library on by
awarded over $3 million from the first freezing temperatures. I did
$2 where most of
our corn,
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To Feb. 1 l'eteransServiceOfficer
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Friday, March 18, from 3 to 4 Begin County :
than the
criteria
billion allocation although its rate of law. on as spelled out in the p.m. At this time, she will be conditions mention that have our been weather extremely tobacco and soybeans are ;:::

,f employment was around four per cent, glad to autograph copies of wet and cold and grown. Mary was planning to makea

4.,. whichaccording to the rulesmade it Let us have the complete storyand her book, and discuss the were having some effect on Growers of these crops in cake for dinner and had 1 More than half of the 1.2
{;; actually ineligible for any kind of grant soon. history of the area with our winter crops and the Brooker area have an cup of sugar, just enough for million annual income

,"...'.. anyone the interested.Bradford Membersof livestock, and preparationsfor opportunity to get the latest the recipe. Her best friend, questionnaries mailed with
;ti's< t Historical Society and County other spring planting were recommendations on produc- Beth, dropped by her house Veterans Administration pen-
interested in local behind schedule. tion practices at a meetingnext requesting to borrow a cup ot sion checks Nov. 1 have been
: Centers Fill persons week. sugar for a cake she wanted to returned, the agency reports.
Dispute May history
are especially invited
I Looks like conditions are not bake for her 10 year olddaughter's The remaining 500,000 must be
attend the tea, according to improving much and our The meeting will be held at birthday party. received before pension
Present Court Void Dan Smith, librarian. farmers will lose another the Worthington Springs Com- benefits can be continued

:::::::.:: :>:: :-:%' week of growth of winter feeds munity Center from 1:30: to 4 If you were Mary, what
,:. and strawberries, and will p.m. Monday,January 31. It is would you do? Would you go The questionnaries are required

One of the best ideas to come down Sen. Dunn is chairman of the Judi I HX Deadline | have more of their pre-spring 'a Field and Vegetable Crop ahead and give Beth your last continued each year to determine for
work piling on them. Short Course that was arranged of sugar and forget about eligibility
up cup
the pike in a long time is the proposal Committee and has already VA pensions, which basedon
ciary-Criminal 1 March 1 % by Logan Fink, Union baking your cake? Would you are
:cc that Florida's court system set so- financial need. More than
up drawn up proposed legislation for My is that cattlemenin County extension director.Mr. tell her off about always
guess
called "dispute centers" in each locality borrowing from other ? 2.7 million veterans and survivors
consideration of this group. He proposes our area are hurting more Dave Jones, our Extension people
< for the settlement of Homeowners are remindedthat Or would tell her that are on the VA pension
r arguments you you
among would than other farmers. Most.hay Agronomist, will
that the pilot centers operate by rolls.
March 1 is the deadlinefor have already planned to use
citizens that otherwise cannot be getting both sides of the dispute to filing homestead exemptions and feed supplies are about discuss corn and sorghum the small amount of sugar
disposed of under the present set-up. exhausted and I have been crops to follow vegetables at Those who fail to return the
participate in a hearing before a trained in Bradford County. Dr. Ben Extension that you have? In other words,
1:30.: Whitty, questionnaire by Jan. 1 will, in
mediator. Both parties would tell their reminded that winter is only Tobacco and would you respond in a non .
", lieu of receiving their January
Those who have
For instance, when you now have a previously about half over. This means assertive, aggressive, or
what will
side of the disagreement and offer filed for the exemption shouldbe Agronomy Specialist, check on Feb. 1. receive a
'-.*.. fight with your neighbor over his they consider a fair solution. The able to take care of it by that cattlemen must dig discuss production of Soy assertive way?. letter from the VA explainingwhy

barking dog, or a disagreement with the mediator would then try to work out a mail, as renewal forms shouldbe deeper into their pocketbooksif beans and Tobacco at 215.: We have opportunities dailyto their pension payments
( this is possible) to buy Dr. Jim Montelaro, Extension have been
byry landlord because he won't fix a leaky dispute-settling contract that both sides sent to them. hay express ourselves. Whetherwe suspended.
faucet the back or feed for cattle to keep them Vegetable Crops Specialist, effective
or paint porch, where do are depends on
would sign and agree to abide by. Others, filing for the first from starving or freezing to will discuss vegetable production our skills to what we Pensions are paid to
express
,1 you go for help! time, should go by the death. in general at 3:20.: veterans and widows of
are feeling, our opinions, pre
Such centers are already operating
Property Appraiser's office in ferences and needs in a veterans with non-service-
As far as the Florida court system is successfully in some locations, including the courthouse. They needn't lot of talk The Short Course is open to that recognizes the feelings way of connected disabilities.
admit that
us
I'll a
,r; concerned, the answer to that question, Miami and Gainesville. Sen. Dunn says it even bring a deed, as the about the weather and do any area grower and is a good others.A Amount of the monthly
; to a lot of
opportunity get is based
property appraiser's office stipend on the annual
.3;;,.3; at the j-resent time, is "nowhere." costs the state $250 to handle a case in will have a record of the nothing about it. I promise you information in a short period income of the recipient, ac-
1 county court', but the Miami dispute transaction.The I would if I could. Maybe we of time. I plan to attend and series of meetings to help cording to law.
: State Senator Edgar Dunn of Daytona center is handling each case it gets for will appreciate good weather encourage our Bradford you acquire and maintain
when It does get here and will County farmers to meet us appropriate behaviors will be Annual income limitationsalso
"Y; Beach explains that this void exists because $36.41. more you sweat in get more than usual done there. Call me if you have conducted at the Bradford govern amounts of

'J the old justice of the peace courts The director of the Miami center peace, the less you bleed in when the sun does shine. questions or would like a ride. Union Guidance Clinic dependency and idemnity

l" and municipal courts have been which is two years old, says it has a war. Tuesday afternoons from 3 on to certain compensation payments to
r ----- of
.o( abolished, and the new two-tier system success rate of 94 per cent in keepingcases 5 p.m. These sessions will be who died parents of serviceconnectedcauses. veterans

2.J_; of circuit and county courts is toot from escalating into bigger' \p I44 held February 1 March 8. .

i complicated and formal for the disputes. He estimates that it saved the ,p The cost will be $10 for the Pensioners 72 of

': 3 settlement of minor neighborhood state $887,296 last year, based on the iitilijiitit4.l entire series and paymentsmay or older, who have years been on age the

p'i y. disputes. 41,149 cases handled.So be arranged.In VA rolls for two successive
-;;r. o years, are exempt from filing
.t To fill this obvious void he cheer folks. If this class, assertiveness'i the annual questionnaire.
proposes up, your neighbor's > tare Borf 'FERGUSON
c. JOHN M/ MILLER training will be discussed and These persons are required to
that the state set up "citizen dispute barking dogs or howling cats are getting ,J 0" Publisher skills learned through role report income changes as they

settlement centers" in every county of under your skin, you may soon have a Published each Thursday and entered e* second OM Matter. M the Poet Office' Stark, Re. under playing, modeling and occur, a VA spokesman ex-
4 1... the state. The center would actually be aUaa. to turn to, rather than just "grin Actof March 3. 1879. directed practice. This I plained.

informal mediation courts where people and bear it." Senator Dunn offers an Subscription rate In trade area: $7 per year: M six montfie. training will enhance and i Some beneficiaries who

!it with disputes not serious enough for full- idea "whose time has come". and thei ., Outside trade.area. : *8 per..year. : M.SO six month" develop awareness of personal ordinarily are exempt from .
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It is designed
,
strength. ,
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f.J blown court proceedings could go for 1977 Legislature should back him with Phone 966306 :' .. '" < <; ,. Start,.M Ray ., 'as an educational, not a< filing will receive questionnaires Ij,

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Fighting To Save FencesIn Y r Youth Hurt

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Old Part Of Santa Fe CemeteryTempers { r,1 I 14. In Bicycle



week's meeting flared of the at SantaFe last quired for each-- single grave out if this is possible. Many a/in the audience asked Crash HereA

Lake Cemetery Board of space assigned. A permit fee After heated discussionsand for a new Board of Trustees.
Trustees over the board's of $10 was also established hand waving by approximately Ben Campen stated he felt
plans to remove fences and prior to breaking ground for 70 concerned citizens the board, while acting in good I bicycle-automobile accident -
barricades from the interment.Ben in attendance, Mrs. Jack Hall faith, is not following the I here last Saturday
with citizens cemetery Campen explained that made a motion to disband the wishes of the majority con afternoon, resulted in a
the meeting threatening attending his family had cleared burial present Board of Trustees. cerned with the cemetery He hospital stay for a local youth
take the matter to court. to ground some 20 years ago and Taylor said he could not suggested the guidelines as earlier this week
The board agreed to all kept up plots since that time accept this motion. they now stand be rescinded; Benjamin Perry Bryant 15,
work at the cemetery until stop the and that many other people Bill Maxwell took the floor that the court be allowed to of 336 North Walnut Street,
matter is decided. had done likewise lie questioned and read from copy of minutesof appoint new Trustees He .a., ,, was treated at the scene of the
At the Jan 23 meeting in the desire to keep up a meeting which took placeon asked for those present to 1zbkx '-' -; L___ 416 North Walnut Street accident
Hampton City Hall, Trustee with perpetual care cemeteries Sept 6, 19(>8, stating that he leave names and addressesand around 3 p.m. Saturday
Chairman Eugene in regard to main- and Robert Cutcheon assisted cooperate in obtaining all by Rescue 60 personnel, then w
introduced Ernest Hunter Taylor tenance. Also Campen felt the in roughing out 40 acres for addresses possible from taken to Bradford County
explained the who $50 charge would not this cemetery and that Mrs. people who have relatives Hospital and later transferredto
goals of
cemetery board. Also the guarantee a definite plot being Luther Watterson acted as buried in Santa Fc cemetery. : ; Alachua General Hospitalin
the board comprising reserved. treasurer at that time Campen suggested that Gainesville for treatment of
were G.L.
Lester John Allen and Fred Taylor said a map had been Fred Watterson told how his when the court meets to makea : a concussion! received in the
Watterson who drawn up to show each plot parents had conducted decision, all people con wreck.
serves
secretary treasurer as and records would be kept cemetery working days for cerned should be notified to Investigating officer David
The when fees were paid. many years and contributed present names for the board k kwt L. Huber of the Starke Police
cemetery
established as a trust in 1903.was John Campen asked "Who is their own money toward and make suggestions Department, said Bryant was
Hunter explained the board given trusteeship in this keeping the grounds In good Campen then presented a north-bound on the walkway
to organization?" Records he condition check for the purpose of ad- along Walnut Street shortly
hoped the
so improve that cemetery and- had traced did not show that Hoy Koark and Bud Slade vertising meetings in the before 3 p.m. Saturday, whenan

proper maintenance mowing could be those now on the board were were among the spokesmen Bradford County Telegraph, '... Y 0". _.u .. ri nl tl3edurntle allwhite.'I automobile driven by
obtained. Therefore in properly elected or appointedto giving strong objections to Gainesville Sun and Florida --- Harry James Owen, 32, of 127
the
serve, Campen said. Taylor having fences or markers Times Union On"er stands. Lafayette Street, backed out
regulations adopted Aug. 12, newspapers. Jiforcf alongside! a long/ line of clothes: washers at Union ('
explained that board removed. I of and
new Mrs L.A. Hall (left her a driveway into the
1976, it was decided all fences
chains wire, etc in the old, members were appointedwhen Clarence Melton and Mrs. phone number, 468-2437, to be path of Bryant's bicycle.
section would be removedJan. the original members Lucille Mathis voiced objection called for addresses and that Bryant's bicycle struck the
1, 1977, or destroyed. retired. to payment of the $50 of Ben or John Campen at Washday Blues left rear side of Owen's 1971
David Brown asked "Has burial fee.
Copings and corner markers the plot Hawthorne, 481-24J7 Ford station wagon, and the
county been approachedabout thrown to the
also to be youth was
were set at
ground maintenance of this FPL Fuel D. Conner Docs For ground on impact.
level.
that a It donation was specified of $50 be also cemetery" Taylor answeredthat Adjustment Decline; Laundry No charges were filed in the
re not but
as yet he will find mishap.
***BRING THIS AD *** Drop Sought For FebruaryA Mrs. Homemaker, the next Household water cannot be vidual and A local woman received
time you get tired of washing kept that hot, he acknowledged him is one minor unrelated
an
injuries in
reduction in the February generation in December, the family clothes, it might since it would be lenges of accident occuring shortly
t EXTRA SPECIAL fuel adjustment of more thana compared to 8.2 percent for help to think about D.C. too hot for general householduse. Connor after 3:30: Monday afternoon.
dollar on the typical bill is the previous monthFPL's Connor, who does the laundry items, he Shirley Tyson Marshall, 27,
for about 4.000.
being sought; bv Florida average cost per In answer to the popular elaborate of Ht 2, Box 152-B, was
Power and Light. barrel of residual fuel And it only takes about 11 batches
Monday Jan. 31 1977 in television commercial treated for minor Injuries at
hours a day, five days week.
a
December with tally
The company has asked was $12 12 question of which detergent is the scene of the accident inside -
Connor Is
Public Service Commission compared to $1.12 for nuclear in charge of washingall best, Connor says his is good board the city limits on SK-16
I Tuesday, Feb 1,1911 approval for a February fuel (barrel equivalent). inmates the clothing at Union Correctional of the 2,600 but not available to the retail frequent west.
of Without the contribution of market He they go
charge $2.78 kilowatt
per 1,000 Institution, Raiford, and all uses soap manu- According to a police reporton
hours down from the nuclear power the February the 1.400 inmates at the factured by inmates at Apal- steps. the traffic mishap Mrs. '
p January fuel adjustment of fuel adjustment would have nearby Florida State Prison, achee Correctional Insti- Marshall was west bound on
$3.\16.\> been an additional $3.22 Starke. tution, Sneads. To keep SH-1S when a car driven by
Primary reason for the (per 1 1.0UU kilowatt hours. It also paired, Harvey Anderson, 32, of
might to
With the fuel ad- help Connor has help with his
lower fuel adjustment proposed remember sewing Gainesville, pulled into the
his
l\ lt t justment charge, a residentialbill main suggestion washday work four staff
according to FPL officials, is for getting clothes buttons, path of her auto from an on-
for 1,000 kilowatt hours inFebiuary members and about 200
the sharp increase in the con- clean and stains out hot and street parking space.
j will be $37.09 in- inmates who sort, wash dry,
tribution of economical Police Anderson
nuclear charged
water. hot
Very water. In his
i. and mend the clothing
iron
cluding franchise fees, but ex- in
power to the utility'stotal cluding taxes huge laundry, the water an operation that handles Conner with violation of the right-of-
generation in Decemberthe in the acc.ictenthich
temperature is about 175 way
a Public Service Commission more than 125.WM) pounds of manpower
( month used to calculateo'ebruary's caused an estimated $150
degrees. but all that
hearings on the February fuel wash in an average month.
) adjustment) his damage to the 1971 Ford sedan
adjustment were scheduled "That hot water will cook
!Nuclear; power comprised the dirt and stains Keeping track of what item about operated by Mrs. Marshall
out
January 19 at Palm Beach right ,
AIl'J' 17.6 percent of PL's Gardens Connor says. has been issued to what indi UCI wear and $100 damage to An-
:. derson's $964 Ford sedan


i( .l ** MIKE MITCHELLVAR School Advisory Committees Off To Slow StartThe I

HEYL LINCOLN MERCURY INC. -
LIVING
2201 N. Main St. Gainesville Fla. first county wide da of all the schools. It was determined hand, an advantage to man and Mrs Betty Sue Den-
8X10 COLOR school advisory committee that 49 percent of the following the breakfast with mark, secretary

PORTRAITtc ..u.oj.J.!: !.! "... meetings Tuesday night got school children in Lawtey are milk guidelines is gained in Bradford High School participants
IJII!!! off to a slow start, with the eligible for a free or reduced that students receiving free heard Principal C.C.
OF YOU YOUR CHILD 372-4251 .. "ir4'I: 372-4251 exception of Lawtey as lunch and the majority was in lunches would also receive a Anderson explain the purposeof

,.. .. .. parents and concerned citi- favor of providing a school free breakfast, and students the advisory committees is
OR FAMILY .I' ,in nr VI' > zfttS' had "a' chance' to gives breakfast if{ couLd be done by- on .reduced( price lunches "not to limit ourselves to any
"Mor -cars For More PeopleThan input into the schoorSystem': providing extra personnel and would receive a reduced price topic, but discuss the gamut of
Consensus by the school ad- before the regular school lunch. things."
Anyone Else"'T'' visory committees were they hours, not to interfere with 'Mrs Lucille Payne princi- On local school topics Anderson
would not be in favor of school academic work. pal at Southside Elementarysaid suggested to the 11
breakfast programs, exceptions A topic of local concern was "We didn't have very people present that they beginto
lot4 1,1GROUP - - being Brooker which packs of dogs on the school many. I was disappointed. think along the lines of

already has a program and grounds and it was decided to Eleven people six of them school discipline. Anderson
'PANELING CENTER I Lawtey which would favor a check on solutions available. teachers, did not recommenda said students do not respect
program if it did not interfere Connie Clark, principal of school administered break- school property and he wouldbe
plus b7c handling with academics Hampton Elementary, was fast program. "ashamed" to have a
PICTURES MADE AT t Mandated by the State joined by Carole Shields, a Discussion centered on visitor see either the boys or
I I i Department of Education, sixth grade teacher, and Southside in general covering girls bathrooms He said
91c PER PERSON each school district is to Margaret Wadsworth, a such topics as the student vandlism has included tearingoff
I II establish a district advisory teachers aide, to discuss the council reading program in ceiling panels, fires
CHOOSE FROM SEVERAL POSES committee or as Bradford school breakfast program. service program for teachers, mirrors torn from walls and
IN LIVING COLOR 4' 8' 11 County has chosen a committee They did not feel it was worthwhile and volunteer programs. an impossibility keeping
I IK I X I II for each school. The if more personnel had to Starke Elementary had nine towels or tissue in the bathrooms -

-K county wide school advisory be hired to administer the pro- present, including Principal .
SHEETS \ committee meetings are to gram.Local. Dewey McKinney who ex- Lennard Register, at.
HOURS: 10:30: To 5:30SEARS: I gain maximum input from the school topics at plained the purpose of ad- tending as a parent,
t public concerning school pro Brooker Eleml'ntary.School, visory committees two reminded others that schools
grams according to Tom here four of the six membersof teachers and three membersof were different hen they a'l'!
I Casey superintendent of the advisory committeewere the PTO Local school attended, housed in one
schools. in attendance along with topics discussed were flashing building instead of a spread on
: t "The purpose is to give the Principal Phil Vellenga and lights on SI! 16, improve 2 and one half acres and
public an opportunity to participate one teacher, centered on discussion drainage i on playground and a leathers do not pull "duty" a*
in the school decision concerning conditionsat PTO supper to be held in they once did.
See Us For Your Kitchen t 'making process by advisingthe Bradford Middle School. February. (I"" was agreed that input \. as
218 N. Temple Starke Fla, t principal in matters pertaining One committee members Generally it was agreed not needed by students to come u,
Cabinet Needs to the local school and voiced an opinion shared by to endorse a school breakfast ? U a definite set of punishment
-C its educational program," others present that the 7th and program if it would extend the for any offence trait is
T
Casey said.Lawtey 8th grades be returned to school day or shorten academic committed. Charles Hall
+c PARENTS MUST SELECT FOR MINORS -c VAUGHN-JOHNSON CO. Elementary School individual schools throughoutthe school time. assistant principal !said this i'

ONE PER PERSON LIMIT ONE PER FAMILY -+ had the largest turnout in the county Savings in less bus LvleVilliams., testing coordinator also another area that is mandated .
c
1140 S. Thompson St. OPEN SAT. 9.3 964.5711 I ,county with about 20 25 traffic and better utilization of showed a filmstrip by the state.

1c Corner Of S R. 100 TI Starke people including parents. lunch room facilities were "Helping Teachers Help The group was opposed to a
'k __ 'teachers PTA members and noted as points for the Students" and discussed school breakfast lot
**** BRING THIS AD **** - - was program
members of the advisory proposed action. the Statewide Assessment high school students. Present
- - board that was establishedlast \ellenga explained that the Program that identifies w ere C.C. Anderson Ch[.. Its

year. middle school concept was specific learning needs in Mall Mrs. Jessie May Berry
Discussion centered around developed to help the students reading, writing and .IK I Tomlinson. Lennard
the school breakfast programthat make a more gradual adJust- mathematics.Jesse Itcgister. Rev. and Mrs. 6.F'
Country Style BuffetFri. ,:t was on the common agen- ment from the elementaryschool Moore, principal of Privatt. Neil Tucker .ml
environment to high Bradford Middle School said students Anthony Franklinand
school and said a request 13 people had been asked to Beth Davis. Mrs.
would be made to have an come in addition to invitationto Hamilton was selected chairman .
administrator from the all parents. Eleven responded and Beth Davis,
Night Jan. 28 middle school visit the ad- and one parent dis secretary.

visory committee in the near cussed what had been done Each committee is to work

future. since last year's committee with the principal of that
Advisory committee recommendations and agreed
school
making
suggestions.
At TheHOLIDAY members for Brooker more study was needed aboutan recommendations, inquiring.
Elementary currently the
in school suspension informing and that
evaluating
only school in the county witha program. Advisory committee school.
Ask breakfast program said if a members were in favorof
INNOf school breakfast program a school breakfast programif Other advisory committee
were established county wideon it would not affect meeting scheduled are
Charley a volunteer basis, and did academics, Mrs. Joyce February 22, March 29, and
not take time from the school Chambers was selected chair- !May 31.uts .
Starke E. day, they would go along with

Johns the!Nearly program 40 percent of Girl SeDI Newsn

Brooker Elementary students
in the breakfast
FeaturingSMOKED participate by Caroly Eaves
About This Question: program there now, which is
Phone !0 M S4-5X12
"Americans may soon funded in part by the local

SAUSAGE BEEF STEW ,.,, be able to again legallyown Parent Teacher Organization -
The meal consists of Brownie leaders met with peanuts name tags, eating
FRIED CHICKEN gold buillion and orange juice and toast, and the Seniors for a Brownie peanut butter cookies peanut
Special new gold coins. I occasionally oatmeal workshop last Thursday. They butter sandwiches and

CORN BREAD ) already have home old Students are charged 25 cents received instructions for the playing appropriate games.
lintitlliPS & (ICracktm/ or Plain, silver coins in my collec per week for the meal whichis new Brownie badges and Sounds like they had a good

Plus Many tion. What kind of insurance served prior to the start of Thinking Day emphasis for time.
Other Southern does the school. February as well as program Speaking cookies it is that
95 Southern Style Admitting that the current ideas through the end of the time of the year again. Girl
Cordials I From $3 Vegetables =-' Charley.;. Johns breakfast program has its vear.Welcome to new leaders Scout Cookies Sale starts
Agency suggest! against problems.a collection method from Lake Butler, Glenda Friday January 28. Please
Our Lotmac Phu Tn &Dmw. CHILDS PLATE. .$250 loss theft or destruction termed "loose" and no turn Webb and Elaine Driggers. call your favorite Junior
?" away policy, the Brooker Patty Mullins, Irene Wain- Cadette or Senior Scout if they *.
school administration Is wright, Cana Schmidt, Betsy don't call on you. Somethingnew
Charley E. nevertheless convinced of the Yawn, Lynne Johns and Mrs. this year will be the
HOLIDAY INN need for a school breakfast Laurie Mullins attended the Chocolate Chip and a Cheese; ..? A
JOHNS AGENCY program. Senior Planning Board Cracker. Try one of each >
But, following the guidelinesset meeting Saturday in Orange Cookies will be $1.25 again. *
964-7600 Of Starke Hwy 301 N. 131 SO. WALNUT ST. for a breakfast including Park. The theme was the In- This money helps the. local .
_PHOMF 9A4'5O7O milk would see prices rise to auguration with every one in troops as well as Gateway
25 cents per day, On the other red, white and blue wearing Council.Citizens .

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. LEGALS Hampton Hilites COMMUNITYNEWS

bv Elizabeth Givens Walker

NOTICE OF INTENTION 4. Minimum Four.spaed trans- Monday February, 1977 in the by Dolores Meng home trom the Navy and SCHOOL NEWSA CHURCH NOTICESML ML Zion A.M.E. Church
.i. ,j TO TAKE BIDS mission In the floor County Commissioners room in Phone 468-1913 their family brought Doll back Morlah and Pleasant Rev. Richard Bethel pastor.
1 5. Dual wheels on the rear. the courthouse for the home on Jan. 23. good percentage of the Grove United Methodist Breakfast will be served

: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED 750-16 tires with tubes. following: The Comprehensive Land children who reported for Parish Rev. Willie Slitt Sunday 8 a.m.-11 a.m. in the

':. i t\\ that the City Council of the City 7.Spare tires and wheel of some This will be a package bid and Use Plan map recommendedby Recent visitors of Mr. and school through the ice and pastor. Tuesday 7:30: p.m. parsonage. Menu: Grits egg
r of Hampton, Florida will acceptS size. will be for the fiscal year the Bradford Zoning Boardis Mrs. Gerald Adkins were their snow on Jan. 19 really enjoyedthe Prayer Meeting. Sunday 9:30: bacon or sausage, homemade
.;a j' bids from qualified In beginning February 7, 1977 and on display at the HamptonPost children, Mr. and Mrs. Joel R. day r a.m. Sunday School, 11 a.m. biscuits, butter; coffee or
any
);. dividual firm or corporation for Delivery date will be a factor in running through February 6, Office. Smith, Beverly and Joel, Jr. Since they were too excitedto Morning Worship with the milk. A donation will be given.

the of procuring a dump awarding bids. 1978. Citizens are invited to view from Jacksonville, Mr. and settle down to studying, youth in charge. Greater Allen Chapel-
purpose
>>.. body which meets the following All bids must be sealed and 1. Regular gasoline not less this map and make sug-- Mrs. E.M. Prevatt, Sr., Mr. they went out with some brave Pleasant Grove- Monday Sunday School 10 a.m.,
specifications: delivered to the City Clerk, City than 94 octane. gestions about improvementsor and Mrs. E.M. Prevatt, 'Jr. teachers for playground 7:30: p.m. Young Adult Choir morning service will be con-
of Hampton P.O. Box 250, 2. Diesel fuel 2. observations they may and son, Mr. and Mrs. Walter activity. This consisted of rehearsal, Tuesday 7:30: p.m. ducted by Rev. R.G. Heastie

} 1. Rat bed, 12 feet long to be Hampton, Florida, 32044 before 3. Motor oil case lots In 24 have regarding the map. Prevatt of Gainesville, Mr. throwing snowballs and Young Junior Choir rehearsal, and congrega tion.
e w Installed on One Ton truck 7:30: p.m., Tuesday February 8, quart cans and 55 gallon drums. Bradford Zoning Director and Mrs. Calvin Richard and sliding around on the tennis Wednesday night Prayer Greater Allen Chapel
;, chassis. 1977. All bids received will be Motor oil will meet API service L.M. Games and Sam Mutch Toye of Ocala and Gary court. .The sixth graders Meeting, Thursday night A.M.E. Church Rev. R.G.
Cf ft.- 2. Steel bulkhead and floor. opened that evening at the regular classifications as available in presented the map showing Padgett of Starke. helped their teacher, Mrs. Bible Study. Sunday School 10 Heastie, pastor. Sunday
SAE 10 W through 40 W. All members will join School 10 a.m. The pastor and
of the grades a.m.
R! 3. 24 Inch steel side stakes. monthly meeting present land use and pro- Carole Shields construct a
?*"' 4. Clearance lights. City Council. This oil Is to meet requirementsof jected growth and planning at Mr. and Mrs. Wilfrid snow man. Even the bravestof with Mt. Moriah for a joint congregation will worshipwith

5. Bid should include price of in- The City Council hereby reserves engines operating under the last City Council meeting Fontaine enjoyed a visit on them could stand only a few service 11 a.m. The public is Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church
>.s 7,e:,' stallation.I the right to reject any and service classifications D.S. This explaining that this is a step in Jan 23 with Mr. and Mrs. minutes at a time of this frigid invited to attend. Lawley 11 a.m. Evening
all bids received oil is to meet requirements for planning required by the state William Schaub in Crescent weather and were glad to Macedonia Freewill Baptist worship 7:30: a program

All bids must be sealed and Mary Lee Allen City Clerk military specifications MILL I for the year 1979. Input from City. come back in the warm school Church, Rev. J.N. Butler featuring the Youth on

; ,;... delivered to the City Clerk, City 45199 for high output diesel local citizens will be reviewedat building. The sixth gradershad pastor. Beginning Friday Parade. All youth can parti-
engine crankcase oil. It shall also night Jan. 28-29 the Union cipate in this program.
1/20 2tchg 1/27 Council
the
;'. of Hampton, P.O. Box 250 City meeting a spelling bee before '
; IIAMPTON LAKE
meet the manufacturer's recommendations will be in session. Wednesday This program is presented
32044 before scheduled for Feb. 8 at 7:30 going to regular classes.
; C Hampton, Florida i
for 3 lubri the Silent Workers Club of
series night Prayer Meeting, by
Hall.
in the City Mrs. Jean Clark's first
7:30: p.m. Tuesday. February 8, p.m.
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO cations. Congratulations to Kenny decorated Thursday night Community Greater Allen Chapel.
1977.All bids will be graders the room
that
opened RElISTERFICTITIO( 4. Motor oil in case lots, 24 SENIOR CITIZENS Clark who came out in second with snowflakes and Prayer Meeting. Sunday St. John Missionary Baptist
evening at the regular monthly S NAME quart cans and 55 gallon drumsto place in his "Hoop Shoot" wrote paper stories about the School 10 a.m., Morning Church, Rev. Willie Huffman,

.' meeting The of the Council City Council. meet API service class MM The meeting of the Hampton competition at Largo on Jan. snowfall of January 19, great 1977. Worship 11 a.m. pastor. Monday noon Prayer
City hereby
reserves -
Pursuant to Section 86509 MS & DG available SAE grade Senior Citizens Club originally 25. The children Greater Bethlehem Freewill Band Meeting, Wednesdaynight
;*..? the right to reject any and 40 W and meet This was a State competition were mostly Rev. and
all Florida Statutes notice is here- 10 W through scheduled for Jan. 20 was happy when they heard they Baptist Church, Prayer Meeting
bids received
by given that the undersignedSteve military specifications MILL I postponed due to illness and sponsored by the Elks had the following Thursdayand Jasper Williams, pastor. Bible Class. Fifth Sunday
:? Mary Lee Allen City Clerk Arnold Rt. 1, Mimosa 2104A. cold weather. Club. Kenny and his parents Friday off from school as Weekly servicesMonday Union will begin Jan 2830.

1/20 1/27 Manor Starke Florida, 32091, 5. All purpose grease, oil Their next meeting is sche- enjoyed staying in a motel well as Jan. 24 which had al- night Tiny Tots rehearsal, Friday night p.m. St. Johnis
*r 2tchg doing business under the firm grade 90 and 140 5 gallon and duled for Feb. 4 at 7 p.m. In there on Friday and returning ready been scheduled as a Tuesday 7:30: pm. Prayer in charge. Rev W. Huffman -
: name of "CONFEDERATE GUN 55 gallons drums. Gear lubricate the City Hall. home Sunday evening after Teacher Planning Day. Meeting, Thursday 7:30: p.m. speaker. Saturday night
II IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF SHOP" 416 East Call Street must meet MILL I 2105 Kenny managed to make 16 Senior Choir rehearsal, the youth will be in charge
!. THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Bradford County Florida specifications. 4-11 CLUB baskets out of the 25 thrown. Saturday night the Junior New Hope Baptist Church and
LUNCH MENU
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR 32091 intends to register said 6. Multi purpose grease In 35 Ushers will sell dinners from two groups from Gainesville,
.
BRADFORD COUNTY fictitious name under the pound containers and 120 pound The Hampton 4-H Club will Mrs. E.W. Hodges, J.n Jl Fib.4 the kitchen. Sunday School will give a song service.

t...; CASE NO.76-412 provisions of aforesaid statue. containers. meet Monday, Feb. 7, at 7:30: daughter, Kim and Ralph MONDAYSloppy Jo. on bun 9:30 a.m., Morning Worship 11 Brother Hermon Johnson will
:; Steve Arnold owner 7. All#2 fuel and kerosene to pm in the Hampton Elementary Martin attended the weddingof tossed milk salad, Frenchrle/ peaches, a.m., Dinner 12 noon, Evening be the speaker. Sunday School

.::;- IN RE: The Marriage of Dated this 20th day of be supplied to the courthouse. School. Debbie Thomas and W.E. TUESDAY Smoked tauiage. rlct Worship at 6 p.m. 10 a.m., Morning Worship
r::; WILLIAM ELZIE SANDERS January A.D. 1977 at Starke Agriculture Building Health 111-Llie.s! Bigham, III, on Jan. 21 at the tomato' gravy Green.beans sweet potato Antioch Baptist Church 11:30 a.m. Rock Hill Baptist
'
'!o-:.: JR., Husband/Petitioner, Florida Clinic and County Jail. Brooker Baptist Church. pona, biscuit' mllK Rev. Dennis Strong pastor, Church of Williston in charge.
,
WEONESDAYFrlod
chlcle.n.pol.'o
:.:.: and 1/20 4tpd 2/10 The Board reserves the right Mrs. Alice Faye Waters salad, sweet pear, strawberry will be host to the fifth Sunday Rev. W.J. Perry, pastor.
i: .':, SUSAN JANE SANDERS to reject any or all bids. took her daughter, Doll, for a Kevin Meng spent the shortcake: rolls, milk Union January 2730. Dinner will be served on the
\Wife//Respondent. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR Gilbert S. Brown\ visit Jan. 21 with her aunt and weekend with friends in THURSOAY-Splc..h.m .sandwich Ebenezer and New Bethel grounds. Service 2:30: p.m.
-i' r NOTICE OF SUIT Miami. lie reported the 'macaroni A cheese, raisin ft carrot Baptist Churches will be Zion Bethel in charge.
BRADFORD COUNTY uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert salad, fruit mallow milk. Baptist
NO PROPERTYTO FLORIDA 1/27 2tchg 23UNITED Waters, and family in weather quite warm while FRIDAY- Fish portion grits, participating in the Union. Rev U.L. Ulmer pastor.

PROBATE DIVISIONFile Palatka Their son, Gary, was there. mustard greens, cole slaw fruit Julio Rev. L.R. Davis, pastor. Visitors are always welcome.
: Susan Jane Sanders c/o STATESDEPARTMENT

". Johnny Landon Hinesville Number 77-12.CP f On sale Thursday,

1t L; Georgia YOU ARE HEREBY Division 1.2577IN OF AGRICULTURE IARMAHEAITJIAO ._ E 4-=- LE Friday and Saturday!

fir- RE: ESTATE OF CARMAN ELECTRIFICATION
: NOTIFIED, that an action for ANTHONY CERMENARO, ADMINISTRATION DISCOUNT STOftCSdollar
Dissolution of Matrimony has
Deceased. APPRENDIXA
been filed against you and you

are required to serve a copy of NOTICE TO CREDITORSTO STATEMENT OF
your written defenses if any to
it on J.J. WOLBERT JR., Attorney ALL PERSONS HAVING NONDISCRIMINATION"Continental
for Petitioner whose ad- Sale !
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS Telephone day
dress is 142 West Call Street
ES-
AGAINST THE ABOVE Company has filed with the :
$e'r P.O. Box 1086 Starke. Florida, TATE. Federal government a
32091 and file the original with
.' compliance assurance in which
the Clerk of the above styled
Within three months from the it assures the Rural Bectrrfica

.t 1977 Court entered otherwise on or before a judgment February for maybe the 10. time this notice of the you first are publication required of to tion comply Administration fully with all that require it will Get your dollarsNorth and more at Eagle !

against you file with the clerk of the Circuit ments of Title VI of the Civil -- -
relief Petition.demanded. in the Court of BRADFORD County Rights Act of 1964 and the rules J \

Florida Probate Division the and regulations of the
hand and the day
WITNESS
my address of which is Bradford of
seal of said Court on the 10 day Department Agricultureissued buy
,r County Courthouse Starke thereunder to the end et

y- of GILBERT January S.1977.BROWN AS Florida 32091 a written state- that no person in the United 6' c nd -r ,

CLERK OF SAID COURT ment of any claim or demandyou States shall on the ground of S LT for ar .rfa
'KESAYE P
may have against the estate race color or national origin, be a re
By Deputy: Beulah Clerk M. Moody of CARMAN ANTHONY excluded from participation in, JIVE SIVt 23% 2% 4 Oil more

CERMENARO deceased. be denied the benefits of, or be 142i$1 l
I "VV 1/13/ 4tchg 2/3 Each claim must be in writingand otherwise subjected to discrimination $1DISCOUNT 2081 ( dap .
must indicate the basis for in the conduct of its' 1
DISCOUNT nice WAS PRICE WAS Lfl DISCOUNT MICE WAS 2 KWORTZ a PJrlst
the claim the name and addressof program and the operation of its I 68
yf' NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO the creditor or his agent or attorney facilities. Under this assurance, en cuss ISRTMTS .-..1 EVEREUT UTTERIES SALTINE CRACKERS : JACKET
FOR ROME M OFFICE 0 UR 0-CEU SIZES TWO RIO 1-LJ. DIES
and the amount claimed.
REGISTER this organization is committednot ., > 1OO
:: 3 FICTITIOUS NAME If the claimed is not yet due the to discriminate against any B2nd JACKET 'l
date when it will become due on the ground of race ySAYE
Pursuant to Section 865 09 shall be stated. If the claim is color person or national origin in its r T I I ;'[ /raw988' : ?

$ Florida Statutes notice is hereby contingent or unliquidated the policies and practices relating to D 2 -i ,. /

.1 given that the undersigned nature of the uncertainty shall be application for service or any I '
Kenneth Crawford Rt. 1, Box stated. If the claim is secured other policies and practices relating _aAr_E lx AYES SITE SAVE 43

25 Lawiey Florida 32058 doing the security shall be described. to treatment of FO Z5E0 STYLISH LEISURE JACKETS
business under the firm The claimant shall deliver beneficiaries and participants including A Mug OM AT U8LE OARCAIR PRICES

,, name of "KENNY'S FINA SERVICE sufficient copies of the claim to rates conditions and extension DISCOUNT MICf WAS DISCOUNT PRICE WAS 2p DISCOUNT Mice WAS.t1 V ASV MlllcslMl laldltcbag. linidtt 12%,
," 709 South Walnut the clerk to enable the clerk to of service, use of any of tai ,
MP-RESISTAIT CHIHA CUPS 1" OLUER CEHUie ROWLS 10", WOVER WOOD SALAOROWLS | um w/pwrbttf shops 2R s7
Street Starke, Bradford mail one copy to each personal its facilities attendance at and PitTTT ENOHU FOR A PUTT W/UUO-PUHTU I IESIMSsurra OIMWAJHM SAFE 1, IOOS aoirntir I IKJCXI blends -
County Florida 32091 intends representative.ALL participation in any meetings of same kiei. S. M. L U DISCOUNT PRICE WAS 2/7
to register said fictitious name beneficiaries and participants or SURE SAVINGS ON SHIRTS
fAyE.InC..IIM' POTTUOREL SAVE 10%
.
CLAIMS AND DEMANDS -
under the provisions of aforesaid the exercise of any rights of such STYLED FOR FONT OR DRES
NOT SO FILED WILL t-PLT CERAMIC MOOS | converse
statute. beneficiaries and participants in Friss.abl, loot trillion pnct1lMslenid
Kenneth Crawford owner. BE FOREVER BARRED. the conduct of the operations of PSIISI F..IS.SNI'S PIPS TOWELS STICK FIN polrtstir eotto shirts,

s. Dated this 13th day of this organization. JUST. COLORS. EAJTSTOUBL j ''i1 ml, cotoi. S, M, L XI
January A.D. 1977 at Starke Dated Jan 12, 1977.
"Any person who believes $1
2A8 1 31wt
Florida.
;., 1/13 4tchq 23titer Alfred Anthony Cermenaro himself, or any specific class of R sm 12% VALUE 'lUStsin !
Dominic Anthony CermenaroAs individuals to be subjected by WIRe//1 WAS 2Ue n J/Lff .o

Personal Representative (Isl) this organization to dis- aim Inn 2/L11.atr S/1.M 1 RRESS SUCKS MEN'S ANUS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF of the Estate of CARMAN AN- crimination prohibited by Title VI FOR HER FROM r COLOR CREW
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR THONY CERMENARO Deceased of the act and the rules and regulations SAYS-Sax TM *MAKER I NECK POLOST
{m: CUITOF FLORIDA AND FOR issued thereundermay UYf"% .IH EAST-CARE i A FAMOUS

BRADFORD COUNTY. by himself or a representative I L'i cult ill} FAIRICS' ISST. ..MAKER, IN

CASE NO 76-315 GEORGE H. PIERCE file with the Secretary of MIPSY111 f Euenim 3.OCL COLORS, It-1*. r S, M, L, XL

AttorneyP.O. Agriculture Washington D.C. FLASH It11T f IMIUTIM2s1 DISCOUNT MICE WAS)<
,;. IN RE: The Marriage of JAMES DRAWER 1030 20250 or the Rural Electrification 110T Ws/1'TAtJ 1111 FOR TIIR FEn 1 SAME! 2ss.74'U /81

} ROMEY BURNEY Hus STARKE FLORIDA 32091 Administration, n1u CONVERSE RASKETOALL SillS I :
WERE 21Sm DISC MICE
.C : band/Petitioner. Telephone 964-5701 or 964-8168 Washington D.C. 20250 or this $ Pities FoMditlM *rtt Ml vet "
and organization or all, a written 1. tisMM INI CMfort ml support.
w FRANCES BURNEY Wife/Res\ complaint. Such complaint must Disc. MICE WERe 2 Mff cans uppers. sliffit kn|'s. loll

ttR: pondent.NOTICE 1/20 2tchg 121NOTICE be filed not later than 90 days r
OF SUIT after the alleged discrimination
24%
4/ 2.12
NO PROPERTYTO or by such later date to which
OF the Secretary of Agriculture or fist,, .
.lIn'c.nlll1SILIITS
: Frances Burney Address SHERIFF'S SALE the Rural Electrification Administration SAVE.%. SAYE 23% SAYE..43 1 r W/ 's 11111SLEEVES

Unknown extends the time for 11m 11 Ill 1-utLIN .11111 AIIIESsas CIHTMST TRIM TOPS FORMISSES
Notice is hereby given that I I. filing. Identity or complainants TUISNIUMNFUII. cu, 1-UTi FIN SAVE 32% I' noF RER, RUE, Q ,
YOU ARE HEREBY Dolph Reddish as sheriff of will be kept confidential except SAYUwl W//PIT .. .... 't.N OREER, IR sMLP
:yr NOTIFIED that an action for Bradford County, Florida under to the extent necessary to carry uNE 2.00 t S.MLIL. 424I.2R$3' .
Dissolution of Matrimony has and by virtue of Writ of out the purposes of the rules and 2i$1WUI 81 A8WA3.211 \
J (
,
*sw been filed against you and you Execution towitExecution : regulations." : DISCOUNT MICE" WAS'J $1
,' are required to serve a copy of issued out of Hue 1 L 21 HISSES' FOAM-CMRIOHU. ,
your written defenses if any to County Court of Seminole Itchg 1/27 FOAM-UHU WIMIES rf 1 A I
it on J.J. WOtBERT! JR., Attorney County Florida pursuant to a dl fctreTf IIM paste' wind! ) y wESt t/Lli WERE /
f tot rttitioner, whose Final Judgement for Hidi Construction IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR .- lAY "TO 4'% tttiri FnMN nMrt. aim S-10 fi'
x addresses 142 West Call Street Inc., and against Jack BRADFORD COUNTY a SAT!..12%. tIf I
P O..-Sox 1086 Starke Florida W. Southard defendant in the STLMUt ." ROORI Fill,OIL .
FLORIDACASE .... TORPEM .
i' 32091 and file the original with amount of $1,97300 togetherwith NO 75-90 e URE04TFLURCHES .11 o
.
Lila, COPINO SAW, J
the Clerk of the above-styled costs of collection. RANDOLPH LANTON et ux.. HURT COTTER, OR ." :JI' SVE 28% sm 11%
we'd Court before 10 seized and have in
on or February Have my Plaintiffs SUP JOINT PUI'S.T .
,.. .j I 1977 otherwise a judgment may possession the following described vs. $1WA ( ;: jUTS' FUll FASAIOIAILELADIES'
......, be entered against you for the personal property to-wit: LESTER SLADE et. ux. et al., TOM $1 UO JEANS. JEHU
/M CHOtCI. .
relief demanded in the Petition.'Jy' Defendants. I SAYE II OICIIIS.POLTESTER ;/ RT "OIROO". !
WITNESS my hand and the 1970 Ford Country Squire NOTICE OF SALE wIRe UP TO RRlEIlM EAST CARE,
; seal of said Court on the 10 day Station Wagon Tag No. 45-3363 NOTICE is hereby given that 19.0 SOUO COMFORT FIT
of January 1977 I I.D. No. OE76Y267473 pursuant to Order of this Court r:3; UYf wsIf COLORS, .-,.. SUES S-U
GILBERT S. BROWN AS DISCOUNT MICl '
entered in the above-styled I"EII Ill
..; CLERK OF SAID COURT As the property of the above cause. I will sell the following % i eoMFORTUii CHOKE $3 a4wERe.

i,1 By: Beulah M. Moody named defendant and that on described real property, locatedin poem RAM, STUI W/,9/ Turn SUM FOOTWEAR FIR MEN WERE i T ..,1/....
.
Deputy Clerk Monday, the 31st day of Bradford County Florida to- sous sun 3-CU/ r .INN Wy / ttaaJN send bitter offers apt J
F II1 January 1977 at twelve o'clock wit: AM mm pIStAT / .' IN83 MM.to Ht1 in. tint 7II

':- 1/13 4tchg 2/3 Noon on said day on the pre- The North half of the Northeast = $3
42 16%
4"r. mises of the Bradford CountyJail quarter of Section 23, J KPIII JUT
y Yard I will offer for sale and Township 7 South, Range 21 t
1 NOTICE OF INTENTION WAS} WAS w).341
l TO TAKE BIDS sell to the highest bidder for East, containing eighty ((80)) / 14.00 i7'Su01EW
cash in hand the above des- acres. M.O.L., lying and being

; ; YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED cribed property of said defen- situate In Bradford County, DISCOUNT MICE WAS STRETCH
O: dant to satisfy the aforesaid Florida laYl11 MEN'S ." STEEL SOUS FIR
that the City Council of the City
will execUtion. -at public sale to the highestand "I WIPE SHOES I MM. SIZES
of Florida
Hampton accept .lLU-nu
t. sealed bids from qualified Dolph E. Reddish Sheriff best bidder, for cash on the M"MUWMIIU IHS I A must fir MtMjottlfltlt r 11IS.2s"81.
any STOOLS. nl i
Bradford Florida 11'1
County
front steps of the Bradford UYl111SaYl11 MM star
). individual firm or corporation SHIP* i NU. .
County Courthouse Starke Ma t... CfteMMe
for of
r the a
truck which purpose meets the procuring followingspecifications1 1/6 4tchg 127INVITATION Florida at 11:00: A.M., on the I 1111 la6\ 990 560 ( ..>tV Kit. .totnhlMt .
: 16th day of February 1977. WAS .J WASJOO* mtt rtftn. WERE 2j4(
712.
7 J r- = k tan
1 1. One ton chassis cab. TO BID CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT WASr-
.i 2. Minimum of 159.5 inch wheel BRADFORD COUNTY. j -.
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.v,.,. 3.base.Minimum of 292 cubic inch. Commissioner The Board of of Bradford County FLORIDABy: Beulah M. Moody EAGLE THE CONVENIENT 312 Madison St. Pack Reg Kings .Super9a&i uu's
Deputy Cerk FAMILY DISCOUNT STORES; I CIGARETTES iijiR ;;
as
Six cylinder engine displacement County will receive sealed bids 964.1513 56c $4 Carton Carton
to be opened at 10:00: A.M. on Itchg 1/27 Op.?n riiiily' 9 ti9 Sunday til' 6

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Minimum Charge 12.00 ,.. TIHr .... T. -_

(Covers I 15 Words), .

Each word over 15 AUTOMOBILES USED FOR RENTFOR FOR SALE FOR SALE Floriland Realty IIJfII1!9:: REALTY STROUT INC ,,

10 cents
393 North Temple :itIiJII1'l 964-5196
MOBILE HOME MOVING
RENT 40 x 60 Block
All Classified Ads must be 1975 DODGE Building, 12' Celling.. Ideal SWIMMING POOLS Deluxe Also mobile horn hurlloo II you are thinking of FARMS FOR SALE

paid for In advance unless Power VAN for most any business above ground, aluminum anchoring and mobile selling\ your property J

you have an established Mags steering, Keystone Starke area.. 1250 per month. and steel. pool. ,1311r..po..e..d | | home root costing. 06n'. phone 964-7700.Let us talk 6 home 11 I trwille ur
captain's seats velvet. room on acres,
to !
Service. Phone youlAbout
account with the ceiling, Phone 9645606. TFChgFOR by bank, will Mobile lion 35000.
carpeted, 32.00C 100W.
sacrifice. .."In..12,000 or 9645600. Highway
In miles.
:Telegraph that events S300 and 1 Id Lake - -
assume are REALTY
pay
904- tlChlSP.ED
Phone collect | | Stark
cents extra charge for ments.. Phone 7823369. RENT 12 loot wide more. Hampton Oak. Good 41/2 aerea with 6 room I
398-5103 days or evening _
billing. Not responsible for ltchgl/27_ mobile home outside city'limits. 1/13: TF/chg_'_ EQUIPMENT FOR building site, access. to home on busy highway

when given the Phone 9648114 lake 23000.
errors over or SALE 10 percent. above
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phone or when copy Is art WAro5INTOtSTATI01" 4794777....!. / L- MOTOR - -
: HOME 1972'Open cost. Olin' Mobile Home Building lot on Colley Beautiful. 10 acre with :

typed and brought to the manta Phone up pay Road. Chevy. chassis, Service. Highway 100W Road. Near Southald block home and several
7823752. b-
office. 1/27 Itpd !MOBILE IIOME 12 x 6O, 22 feet long, good condition Starke. Phone 964-56O6. school. storage buildings, 60000. J .

2 BR In country one child 22,000 mile.. Phone 964-6071 TF/Chg - - Cecelia Terwillegar

one pet. Phone 9648498. or 9647839. TF/ehg --.- Price reduced en 13 acre, STROUT REALTY

ltpel 127FURNISHED NCR 4 KEY CASH Keglmer. house good condition 2 BR BrokerOn Real Facts On REAL ESTATE
10 e. 20 PATIO COVER
PERSONAL SERVICE MISCELLANEOUSNEED Installed 190; Unlnstalled- (250. electric.. Phone 984- trailer. 26' x 50' bun If Interested 100 South 1 1/4 Mil Property chattels, effects, estate and goods are
APART. 5051. Uchg 127iflTHOMAS let us give you all From Intersection ol 301
150. Gator Mobile HomeService. all words used to describe ownership. However
MENT Nice, 3 room and the details.. and 100 South
--- -- -- -- -
ALCOHOLICS ANONY- bath private entrance.Phone 5002 N.W. 13th St., - they have different meanings. Property usually describes
MOUS Successful living 1t0MEIMPROVEMENTS at Five Star Mobile Home. 21/2 well. real estate. Chattels are movable piece of
9648071. Itchg 1/27 acres, septic
OR !. .. .. 372-9767 Gainesville
who w.nt to tfnehgWATSON'S and cattle.
people
for tank and light pole. Small property such as automobiles
STOP drinking and STAY REPAIRS. DONE? Foifireplaces [ down payment zoned for Effects refers to property such as clothing and

stopped. Meeting. Thursdayand remodeleikitchens OFFICE SPACE Phone word
trailers. other personal belongings. Estate is a legal
bsths HOUSE OF
,
8 Phone additional x '
Sunday p.m. 9647061. 1/13 1/27
3tchg - -
all properties owned by an
garages, or enclosed VACUUMS Many brands which encompasses
9645431. 114
964-5709 621 North Walnut
or St. 3 BR tram house 5
on
Street. csrports, call Marcus Grlftls. of new "....aaDl.. Used OEOROC ROBERTS I IRSIAEOL individual. Goods is a term which describes household
Christian 1/1312tpd Stark, Florida 32091 ..
KITCHENETTES acres, fenced good prcanow. .
473-2108. !tfn/chjt! machines available. E".rtrep.ln..11 articles such as furniture.Real .
3/31_ :.-. !! __ utilities 9645162Iformerly << .
Included _
; totallyfurnished makes. Parts and
oo
Whetheryou
Investment.
[ AoJ.Thom.. I estate is always a good
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weekly or month accessories. for all MU IITnM
LOSE WEIGHT safely. and UI) YOU NEED Septic. ly rates. Temple Motel 880 central vacuums.Builtin vacuum Real. Estate.) 50' lot and double store *Norm Temple Ave. are buying or selling, we want to handle the

fast with X-11 Diet. Plan 13. tank pumping Installing or North Temple Starke cleaning systems. 404 NW building In Lawtey. on 301. $TARKEPLORIDA transaction for you. Call today for additional infor
REDUCE: Excess: Fluids drain line.? Reasonable.. Commercial property onUS __
Phone 9647357. 1/13 4tpd 10th Avenue. Gainesville - Jj mation.
with X-Pel. S3 Koch's Drug. Phone 431.1202 after 2:30 2/3 Phone 378-7110. TF/chg 301 North and South. 10 acre tracts zoned for -----

I.U! 3/17 __ pjm.TF/Chj - mobile home 12 percent Brick home with central heat 3 BR, separate

OI.IN'S SUBDIVISION Double wide mobile home down. dining room out of city limits on Vt acre S500
WILL DO BABYSITTING SARAH COVENTRY JEWELRY -. 1/2 acre lots, (30 per montb.water.ad'.le ALUMINUM WINDOWS on 5-acres of land-3 BR. 2- - -- financing.
at B
month percent
36 down $171
,.,,- In' mjr-bome. 5 days a Sales opportunity furnishedFor Single hung and awning Baths almost 1600 square Buo".i" just outside LR DR Lg. Family
week. Information call. Mark x N$8.51); 30 x 27 of city limits on Road 100 -----
645
North .
any age Cab Erma; John.,964-5483 or 46x feet of living space. Room Fireplace on 20 electric -
$11.50118" 52 15.50; 12 acres, fenced poleseptic
Walnut! Street:.1/13 TF/Chg Annetta Beadle. 372-4444. Olin. Olio's Mobile Horn Central. H/A. toward Keystone. acre with barn Grahamarea Approximately
12/2TF/chj!: Sales, Highway 100 West 52 827.001 MANY - .. - term. tank just off paved road in the Lawteyarea.

IIOME REPAIRS Any | 4i-- Starke.. No pets. please. OTHER: SIZES. BARGAIN 5 acre ot high and dry Owner. vacated. 3 BR In - .
Phone 964-5606. 1/19 CENTER. 301 South tlnchs- city. Central. heat and air
type remodeling, roofs, new land on 100A. : ----
Club Estates 2
Country -
additions, concrete. work or ALL TYPES KEYS made at TF/Chg !MORTGAGE NOTE FOR - conditioning good con lots reasonable. Home on Cherry Street. $14,500 Owner financed
Free .estimates Olin Mobile - dition. very all\
painting. Homes. 50 cents SALE Valued at $5,000 - convenient to health department playground

phone 961-8127. 11/18 each Highway. 100 Starke with return. ol 7500. Phone 100' lake. frontage lots at We have- -other- -hou.ea- in Three. bedrooms. 2 baths, other conveniences.
LOST
r FChjgMOTORCYCLES phone 964 5606. TF/chg AND FOUNDLOST Crosby Lake Two lots
__.___
9645606. TF IChg; available now. Financing town and out ol city limit brick, large living room ----
-- -- ---- kitchen HIGHLY DESIRABLE commercial .
----- - family room spacious UNUSUAL AND

BILL'S SAW SHOP Complete Two liver. and DUE TO DIVORCE Must arranged.- - patio/porch area. on = property consisting of a store and three lots

sharpening service. white female. pointer. bird sacrifice Singer" automatic F. Delano Thomas, back.. near Kingsley Lake.

circular, hand carbide, dogs, vicinity ot SR 100 and sewing machine, top of the Reg.. Real. Estate Broker - -----
chain mower blade hollow 235. Jsn. 19, reward.. m Connerly. Estate SR 16, 2 with flair I
Phone
line, like. new, balance 964.65075JJ3210: Ideal combination for home and business
ground and balanced. Leave. 4962306. 1/27 mi. from town beautiful
SUZUKI OF STARKE at Jackson. Building Supply Itpd (283.20 or assume monthly brick. home 3BR 2B, LR Elegant brick home on 301.
Your authorized Suzuki ------ payments. of 12.85.. ASSOCIATES
-
Stsrke. or Keystone Heights.TFChg : LI(. family room and
:..I.r. Phone. 964 6020.) 1640S. Originally 1600. Phone 964- Judith Flynn Lillian C. Pearson kitchen central air & heat. Gracious Demorest'h;;..on 1.'n acres adjacent to

Walnut |30I South in : .. ________ 721.-! Itpd !!E- 964-8384
WAHTEDWANTED : .____ Real Estate Paved drive Sfarkc: Plaza.
t.rkel.) tfnchgAUTOMOBILES Harold Epps ----
SOFA & CHAIR SETS - -
on CHINESE PUGS 6 944-6618 "do it yourselfer?" The Floyd Green
Are a -
you
New blk. home in
sale at Dahraer's Discount.lFclhg town
USED 'I Farm. and. week. .. Pure breed. 50. Steve. Simmons 3 BR CB home with closed 3BR: 2B, 1.11Il&A. home at 601 Call & Orange could be restored and bea
__ _____ construction mach.-equlp.
Phone 782-3046. 127t
vehicles.. Let us sell. your .! .. Itpd. 964-5881 garage on 3.2 acre large garage, quiet. area. show place. _____

GUNS FOR SALE: 22', surplus for you. Open Monday Arthur' Bruno Large garage or workshop corner. lot. Get your money's worth! 4 BR, i baths, fully carpeted
MIDAS TRAVEL
1972 FORD VAN 46&1573LONGCHAMP .
V-o $35,900.Neat - -
25', and 38's sold at Dab- through Saturday 8:30 CH&A, Brick LR DR, Kitchen, outside city
TRAILER
with air condition. Body : with ac - 2 story frame house in
sacra Discoun to 6. Northeast Florida
rough but engine. Is strong! .. .TF/chg! Equipment: Auction. US 17. cessories also one gas stov 2 BR aluminum town one ol the. older ones limits on one acre. _____

runs good; ".300. See at North Green. Cove Springs, and one bedroom. suite. siding home separate. with plenty ot living area. Would you believe a little home in the country for
Bradford Telegraph 135 A> ON CALLING To buy 1'hone. !. t-!'! llpd 1/27 equity. and -
.... : : garage
phone.! 281-5977.!! TFchgWANTED |just $8,000? Owner financed.We .
_
West Call Street phone 9646305 or sell Avon caB 755-2807 o'r : :. assume 7 percent. Several. commercial. on
FOR SALE Diamond I lone and -----
write l.oma l'Iutt.I'.I1. Box Building .
_TFchgPI.YIOUTII _._.___ ._ needles. mortgage- S15.00O. 301.
: 220 Lake. City rlorlda. Used refrigerators lor any stereo over Materials are always looking for homes .under (30,000 in
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washers, and 247 different. one.*', we have
FURY III 1.F/chg. ___ .. stoves In good condition Call them. all. Dahmer'sSWIMMING -WEBIILD-:' 8.7 acres. $15.5IH. 3 BR, 1 bath, block good condition. ----

1972. door 360. A/C. etc I' Dahmer'a Discount964,', 'Discount. TF/chg Tour Plant Or) (Our ---a.-- ':Construction LR, Family -
:. _: -A 10 acres farmlandmi, Room In town. The Best of Hampton Lake: sumptuous, well-bull

Good condition. Best offer. HOMES FOR SALENEW 7923.:... .TF/chg. ,___ Your Lot Or Own" $13,900. brick home on large lot with dock. A dreamhouse
Phone 473-3382. 12/16 POOL, SAC -FREE: ESTIMATES -p.t7.r'; land
- tf acres best for the best!
The
TF/chs--! Will do part-time bookkeeping RIt'll'EI..odinl. manufacturer Rnnodelng"Repairs made to order.
10 acres homestte reasonably priced just oft I
HOME KeystoneArea In your office or my and distributor has deluxe Addition zoned. R-l-A lacing SR 230 SR 16, N.Wof town. A love="3BR7"z B with CH&A and
Green Acres -
Just Completed.. 3 home. Two years. college aluminum pools leftover Ilomr.JIouaht _
Wilson Road -
and -
I9t>7 6 cyl. Chevy pickup Heat. & 18 from 1976 I2price all the goodies..Separate garage, paved driveway
Sold
bed. standard shift InnprrOnn B.droom.2 B.th.GE accounting, year experience season Traded (22.00( Very. nice large frame
long sticker. Excellent: Air, Convenient. location.Adams lo the generalledger guaranteed. Installation - house on corner. lot in town nice patio great neighborhood.Bessent .
473.2056 or profit and loa. and terms. Phone ACREAGE FOR SAlE
condition SHOO. Phone 473- phone' 36.35 acres on US 301 3BR, 2 bsths C/H4 large Road atTractive3BR, 2 B home with
4734078. F/chg statements payroll state collect (19041) 384-5156. 9544853Iluy 156,500 excellent

1005.: 'E.p".JE1! __ -,- --- -- and federal. t..... Have re- Tt'/Chl.JE!..______ North. terms.- garage.- - CH&A LR, DR, large den and even an office..e

lereace. Phone 964-6244 SOI Sinth, Stark - 15-20 acre tracts high landon cellent location.
AND: CAMPER: 1973 ALTER: MOBILE
TRUCK 3/4 will after. !.p.m..../27 4tchg. 2/17. HAY FOR SALE Arthur a 1.\W'ftY: 2 commercial paved. road Grahamarea. -----
1973 Chevy ton HOME 11,600. Gasklns. phone 782-3110.: see. us for de. Term. fenced .
(Cheyenne Camper Special. negotiate., furnished. custom buildings Not too close not too far I 10 acres pas.Lure.

heavy duty springs, air built two bedrooms. Phone RESIDENTIAL SITE for 1/20 2/l'hL_.__.___ tails. - 3 BR block home, with carpet and panelingand
homeaKe 4
1-3-6
distributor
swimming Leading acre
... Interior sir 911 1.5732. 1/13 pool. 75 trees. Low taxes, low maintenance
3tchgJ/27
custom .. acre7 pecan
want a nice backyard W ILL PAY up to (50 cash MOBILE HOME 5 SR 225E miles N.W. ot Starke.
conditioning compressorclutch -----
to display new 1977 for old Thornton's Sal 17,51131.> - -
cars
Is out. Estimated exchange FOR SALE BY OWNER Attractive brick, Barksdale home on Madison -
model. ol above ground pool Phone 964-6213. 1/20 - Frame house in town, 2
S60. Power steering. 2BR, C.B. home completely. top consideration. given for TF/Chg vage. PARK 5 acre. 660' on SR 125 bedroom. LR. Kit., FR.Very complete modern kitchen, CH&A, 3 BR, 2 baths
tilt wheel. disc ______
steering furnished. 636 Eppereon: reasonable.Kingsley .
prime location. Phone collect terms 9HO. Large LR, DR den.
brakes. duty ..uto.t..noml..lon. losile City Limits =
heavy Street !otar... 1/20 3tpd
398-5874 -
|19041| days or - -
Intercom to Roses, 99 each Walk to Rnulfard Square
cents
hardy
camper.. AM/FM radio 2/3__ ___ evenlngs..!!! : 1/27. ...TF/Chg. subzero ...1..., 99 cents Or .. 10 acres. $12,515terms. / Lake area. Cecelia/ T. Terwillegar

31,000 miles. correct '.:AltU'0.: EW: IHPI.EV: each flowering dogwoods, - mobile home. 206 West Madison Avenue
speedometer reeding. 16" RIDE to N.W. 13th Street in 99 cents each. vines, $30 Per Month - m
grape
65' x, 28' Brick, central Gainesville dally. Must leave All City Conveniences 20 acre 2 Mil hook-ups Frame house In town 3 SlorkeFlorida
wheels, 10 ply tires: 1971 99 cents. each. peach trees, .
Nomad 17.5 feet air, carpet range and refrigerator Starke. 6:30-7: ..ID. W, ill shareexpenaea. 99 cents each. and Flee,Police Protection, hog barn with electricity bedroom. 2 bath living OFFICE
camper many PHONE
slab for 964.7776
located H34: r'pper-: water and concrete
front to back. sleeps five Phone Evelyn at more. Send for 1977 Spring City Ga,W ster and Sewer room 2 car carport -
Street I.ot 93': x INS', farrowing pigs 130000. Walnut A, 1 HOME PHONE
don 1/27 964-5145
Itchg storage area -
!
5E. !!! ..
comfortably three burner I/O : :. Growers Surplus Catalog acres112.504)1)
961-7571. Motel
132,51HI.> phone Jo-Lu (for 30 Street.
gas stove with oven refrigerator listing berry plantsstrawberries
-
1/27 -
120 AC/gas and 4tpd ( blueberries. - -
3 BR
964-88107- with nice
19.8 acres 2 frame house in
battery operated. gas water. FOR SALE ..ele.l) cannas, ehyaantbe- story
2 AI'lnSU: : MOBILE home. 150.000. town 4 bedrooma, living
h..et.r.lIt.. healer 15 gallon mums, baby evergreens,
HOME: Double-wide. 21. - room dining room 2 lire-
holding tank with drain ferns, foliage plant, fruit WANTED
2 baths 51A acres with 2,000' onUS places, 2 bsths, needs. repair -
hose., 0(' pump Irom 30 HO, I bedrooms and nut trees. geraniums. ,
I'll/,\, in l.awtey on Sit 225.ju.t Before 301 1.529 "square very. reasonable' -
gallon fiber glass freshwater LOWRY FESTIVAL gladiolus, ground covers,
feet. 3 BR 2 Bath CH&A Madison Street. CUTTING ROOM FOREMANMust
US :.101 S17.000.'
off
:
ivies, shade and
lank two compartment pansies
ORGAN Double Keyboard brick home., 2 fireplaces. -
sink 6.000 BTU' 120 nnlacl M.M. Jordan phone needs. minor repaire (250 flowering. trees and shrubs, You Buy A barn fenced. pasture - -

,A/C carpeted floor built in 7 :.,3II.: : 1/6 IF/Chg and 16' FIBERGLASS vegetable. plant and MM,100- LAKE BUTLER 3BR.1 B, Be Experienced In Marking.

toilet with shower llueen. -. '--. "- --- l'A.UE.. .175. Phone 782- supplies. Send $I$1| refundable -, -_- LR small DR. large family

.b..ov.rh..d bed dining DOI'BLK: WIDE: Mobile :3101 I between. 12 noon and 8 with first ord.rl) for Mobile ASSOCIATESLola room all panelled. inside.

area convert to sleepers" for Home. 3 bedroom. double p:m.Jl! /' '!..:TF/Chg.!: catalog to: McBride Greenhouses /.ipperer 964-7154 or - TOP WAGES FOR RIGHT INDIVIDUAL

two. Excellent: shepe. Phone carport, elevated. patio all and Nursery. Route Home 782-3397 ,GEORGE ROBERTS JR.

964.7356 alter. 5 pm. 1/20 electriecentrel heat and air, FOR SALE Farm and Murfreesboro, Tennessee Reg. Real Estate Broker APPLY IN PERSON

2tpd! 1/27. __ cement drlvewaya furnUhed. construction mach.-equlp.* 3.2/ 2tchgltt. ..\ ..__ Lillian Pearaon.REALTOR Pbon.964.7826

on 1/3 acre. Looks vehicle. Open Monday See Florida OPEN: S.turd.M..
likes new. High Ridge Far: through Saturday 8:30 to 6. Lawtey Lake Butler ApparelCo.

tales, S20.000. Phone 473wiJi2 Consignment welcome. PORTABLE UTILITY John 782-3806

!!.?!'?!' ir27-...- Northeast Florida Equipment : .
.
Auction US 17, North SHEDS &

11NAlIF'IIRDl'tUNTS' Green. Cove Springs, Phone 473 3775Well
LAKE AREA
KINGLSEY: BOOTSCARRADINES
3 BR home, attachedgsrsge. :284.5977.. :..!.F/chg---:: ADDAROOM10x20

I.ISTISGS phone 468.1772 or ) Finished '1150 Ralph Bryan AT
FUR SALE Mobile Home f----------- FORMICA
5332 67.Jtpdl/27! _
Attractive, neat well- ... _. Paris and supplies.. OLIN'S BRASINGTONCadiUacOUanobO
3 MOBILE HOME: SALES 18x16) Unfinished '710OLIN'S Drilling I II Real Estate 4x8 Sheets *5* *)
cared for describes this 65 X 2< DOUBLE WIDE Me. A Sen**
BR 2 B ('B home, central. be highway 100 West, Stsrke W hen. you think of boot
home, term can I Fm.Sslaetast'UaedCan
Mobile !
phoneJKI4-5606.TF/cha! !!!'!! : ; 2" thru 6"I DON'T DELAY 2 ColorsQreen a Orange
heat and sir hardwood arranged. Phone 431.1765 or : : I I II BUY TODAY!! think of Taten OnMOBILEINOME

1100... In Unit III. Saratoga 964.:!(t58.IJpdl/27'! .t CATTLE RACK lor short MOBILE HOME I Fast Rotary I CARRADINESLEATHERSHOP I CaiUiacTnulei

Heights. S27.700. wheelbase. pickup.. 935. Your choice of 5 to 265 acre I 2001 N.W. 13 I'o'E8V1L1.Em 3D1

IN CITY"LIMITS OF 1969 PARKWOOD MOBILE Phone 7823660. F/chg_ Hwy 100. Stark 864-5006 I Drilling Equipment'' North ot. Lawley. Low _downpayment Stark 994-5606- a .. '
100 '
Hwy
STARKE.3 BR 2B JlOJlE.z: BR- phone 964- STATE LICENSED l'p to 20 year to pay Best. SelectionBest
6867. Leave name and and on balance PricesAnywhere
frame house and rent.1.0U.IIt. 1/27 TF/Chl PUPPIEShusky I a a a a a a e a
of beauliful numb.r. --- shepherd 6 weeks. old.
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5
on acres ---- '
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Phone 964-8806. 1/20 2tpd 4f11 ) Pump I to 10 acre Off SR 100
old southern grounds.I3S.IMW. 3 BR. 2 I !South' High and dry Lowdown Come see. us. Thank you. &
BRICK HOME Edwards III Assoc.
IE!..______ '_ I L. K.
and Easy
--1-1 baths, central heal, air payment monthlyterm.

Vacation-,-retire. or make cooling.. 3 years old. C... I.P RECORDS: I OR S\..... KfKistrrrdlteal I I New& Used I I .. CARRADINE'SLEATHER SERVING YOU IN THE

home In nerly Estates: oil Route 16. 12.50 each st Dahmer'a.TFChg Estate: Broker SHOP
your permanent AREA
It 127DOI'BI.E SalesPartsServicefEZ CALL "The Land Mad'Anytime IB
this comfortable 3 or 4 BR' phon.. tl' !.. . Lawtey, Florida 3205H) .NOW Starke Office-
Mil on Lake. Santa .. : WIDE: Mobil -- Fred Sacked on.111| | mil southon x?.,""

Canal,central heat and air Hornet 3 I H...... on Bay Broker TermsPlumbing I RALPH BRYAN l .S. 301 / -

many extra S14.90O. .less Highway. Sacrifice my Vita ,,,.-Vlt..I.- U.S..10IHamptonKla. H Realtor Phone 782-3400

- investment of S25.0DO for Hours Monday Melrose Office 475-1269
EntfMiMlMralArsi l I 964-S7M day or night,
LAKE SANTA: FE SI9.0OO. Moving to Miami. through Saturday Office 473-2663
CANAL 3 BR 2 B CB Phone. 964-8699 for appoint.meet. .1 AU'AmE Phone 4BH-17S3 ,Qt.IUIl 9to4 Keystone

home, family room, double I/6.:.TF/l'bg. -- I New Installation j ji Williston Office 528-3574

garage, large screened Rs.. 9 4.7$ Ifnchg 107OLIN'S Handyman Special\! BR frame house ..1....*. Price\ reduced ':
overlooking water.
porch 135' on canal attractive HELP WANTED 11 .'25 1310 2.17 i Remodeling i to 6000. Possible terms.'
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yard .with underground.$49.5OO.WOODED RepairsDurrancv FILL DIRT Beautiful brfck. 4 BR 2 1/2 B ea 3 ..r... This earn also be "

sprinkler system. DREAMS BIGGER THAN I 4) bought with 58 ...... :
"BUILDING- YOUR PAYCHECK? Want I SUBDIVISION I 1 1IL .. _ ;

I Lake t. establish that _..d mcame Soil 10 ,acres with 3 BR 1 B borne with .1..1... sldi".
Top
LOTS with access ,
? H y." kav six .r Equipped with remodeled kkchsa. Flrsplacs.Gaad. I.....
12.750.:
from :-
Brooklyn I
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eight hours a week t* spar 'PUMPS & SUPPLY I II Fill - -

Term available. 111 ibew ya ..... For int... .. : :, I S acres, toned .,r..lt.... (200 ..we.

view write, P.O. Bon M, COMPANY -, "' -
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Lake. Cit,. Florida 32055. : Call 4&1STEPHEr 1873 ..It. ) 'i
R.T.LOVORN CaD .r cent see us today II ya are ready ) er aea.1
REAL ESTATE 1/27_! *d_2117_ I 864 N. Temple Ave I

Lawrence Blvd. COSMETOLOGIST WANT. Starke, N J" SMITH Susan Bakks. Aaaacau. STARKE BRA/4CH

Keystone Height ... Lie & I I II Irene Faulkner. Aaaacmt Mf8.Wat/a .
Bonded
Dheae 473-3254 ED Salary pins Only Mover
mission, phone 475-2211 day I 964-7061 I I.L. STAR ROUTE HAMPTON. FLA. Paul Faulkaar Associate Stark.,FaM( .T

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PageH! TELEGRAPH January 27. 1977


t ';. Obituaries 3 High: Officials Arrested ; Held In March Of Dimes I!, I


i M rs.M a ttie TriestMrs. "Billy" Three local officials[ were Police Chief Bowen was Donations to the March of
"arrested" here today picked up on a charge Dimes campaign should be
,. Mattie Martha Triest, Griffis (Thursday Jan. 27)) by stemming from a violation of j4'.t mailed as soon as possible to:
':-';" f 76, of Theressa, died in the members of the Junior city ordinance 1942.803, which The Junior Women's Club of
3 :? .; Alachua General Hospital In James C. "Billy" Griffis 27, Women's Club of Starke to be deals with rudeness of city Starke, P.O. Box 995, Starke,
Gainesville Friday after a Starke, was killed in a motor- held in lieu of donations to the officials Junior Women's Fl. 32091, along with a guiltyor
Ififc lingering illness. cycle accident in Putnam 1977 March of Dimes Drive. Club members say Chief Innocent verdict. Checks or
Mrs. Triest, widow of County Sunday afternoon. Bowen actually walked past a money orders should be made
Sidney L. Triest, was born in Born in Perry, Fla., Jan, County Judge Elzie San citizen on a public street payable to the Junior
Douglas Ga., Jan. 10, 1901, 1950, he had lived nearly all ders, Sheriff Dolph Reddish 1 ''w rr P without speaking, waving or e Women's Club of Starke, and
but had lived in Bradford his life in the Starke area. He and Police Chief Jimmy ,f smiling. Conviction carries a + i should be mailed no later than
County most of her life. She was a Marine Corps veteran of Bowen were arrested by club p 1 February 7.
was a member of the Hope the Vietnam War, and was members for violations of t mandatory sentence of two A guilty or Innocent verdict
; Baptist Church. employed as a correctional county and city ordinances in months on the steps of the will be determined at the closeof
Survivors include two officer[ at the Florida State a coordinated raid at separate Post Office shaking hands the two-week Citizen's
;; daughters. Mrs. Lillie Mae Prison at Starke. locations in the city. 1l with every person entering or Arrest campaign on the basisof
Eiland of Inglis and Mrs. Eva Survivors include his Judge Sanders was chargedby leaving. weekends must be J the official receiving the
Mae Kuykendall of Keystone widow, Linda Lou Day the local citizens for viola spent at a different church to amount in donations. --- -.-'-
Heights; two sons Ernest E. Griffis; a daughter Amanda; tion of county ordinance greet each member of the Final largest results will be publishedwhen Chief Bowen......
ifcg Triest and Ervin Triest. both his father, Paul Griffis of Key- 1492.367, a zoning ordinance. 9 congregation as they enter or 11 all donations are received no smiles or \\1I\.t'II..
.. of Keystone Heights; 19 stone Heights; his mother Club members contend the leave the church. and counted, hopefully
grandchildren and 10 great Mrs. Betty Sutton Hutton of judge has been operating a prior to the February 10 carry running announcementsover I

: grandchildren. Strawberry, Ark.; his grandmother profitable truck farming Junior Women's Club Judge/ Sanders..... edition of the Telegraph.Local the next two weeks con-
Funeral services were Jan. Mrs. Daisy Strick- business in an area zoned as Sherriff Reddish..... members say it will be up to zoning problems. radio station WPXE will cerning the current balloting.
23 in the Hope Baptsit Church land of Yulee, Fla.; two left horse unhitched the citizens of Bradford
with Rev. Merle Packham brothers Dwayne Griffis, County to decide the guilt or
officiating. Burial was in Hope stationed with tbeAir Force in mother, Mrs. Mary Lee residential. A spokesman for innocence of the trio of public
:S..:. .. Cemetery with DeWitt C. England and Dale Griffis Starling Crawford of Lawtey; the local woman's club says if officials,who were arrested in
7:.. Jones handling arrange stationed with the Marine grandmother Mrs. Daisy convicted Judge Sanders an effort to help raise funds
.,., ments. Corps in Hawaii; and three Starling of Lawtey; a brother, faces a sentence of 60 days in for the annual March of Dimes
sisters, Mrs. Carol Cruce and Shane Napier of Lawtey; and the local strawberry fields project here.Contributions.
Mrs. Cindi Fugatt of Lawtey, two sisters, Mrs Denise and a fine of not more than -4/
Dale V un Sickle and Mrs. Marsha Cross of Crawford Wheeler and Renee three bushels of tomatoes. are being
Starke. Crawford, both of Lawtey. Sheriff Reddish is chargedwith taken in an effort to determine
Dale VanSickle, 69, of Funeral services will be Funeral services were held violation of county ordinance if the officials named are
l Newport Beach, Californiadied held today (Thursday) at 2:30: Jan. 26 in the Union Primitive 1812.412, a misdemeanor guilty or innocent, and will be
at 2:30: p.m. Tuesday, in the DeWitt C. Jones Baptist Church with Elders parking violation. the determining factor in
January 25, as the result of an pm.Chapel with Elder T.C. O.M. Yarbrough and Herman Club members say the sheriff whether the three will be returned i
accident at work with Disney Williams officiating. Burial Moody officiating. Burial was left his chariot parked on the to jail to await sen-
Studios 18 months ago. will be in Long Branch Ceme- in Dyal Cemetery with front lawn of the Bradford tencing or if they will be set
Mr. VanSickle was the Maxville. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral County Courthouse without free.
husband of Iris Epperson, tery near Home of Starke Handling properly hitching his horse Price Reduced on this
formerly of Starke, and was arrangements. and left it unattended. If convicted -
y Nobody I : ...........
the brother-in-law of Mrs. Eva John Gerow Sapp Sheriff Reddish can be
vrx Anderson and Bill Epperson of Druiten Witt sentenced to a two year stint ((From Page II)

.. Starke. The VanSickie's lived John Gerow Sapp 65, of cleaning up after every and Nipper, appointed in December -
.* in California for many years. Lawtey, died at his home Draiten W. Witt, 85, died local parade and a fine of not to the unexpired termof
Mr. VanSickle was the first Saturday evening. Sunday in Lake City after a more than 10 bags of oats. retired councilman Carl GENERAL ELECTRIC

All-American football player Born in Lawtey Oct. 28,1911, brief illness. Edwards, face challengersZolton
from the University of his parents were the late John Born in Columbia County, Jacob and C.J. Stal-
Florida, back in 1928. and Bessie Rosier Sapp. He Mr. Witt had lived most of his Seaman KicksCompletes naker in the upcoming elec-
Funeral services will be at 1 was a retired farmer Army life in Union County, where he Basic tion. The three top vote get-
1 p.m. Friday, January 28, at veteran of World War II, and a owned and operated a farm. ters will fill the three seats
; Forest Lawn Cemetery in Los Baptist. He was a member of the Navy Seaman Recruit under Brooker's majority HEAVY DUTY DRYERwith
yk ,' Angeles. Survivors include five Providence Village Baptist Stephen G. Ricks has voting system.
brothers Joe D. Sapp George Church. completed recruit training at Veteran Councilman C.L.
.g Everette John Bin me Sapp, James Sapp and Survivors include his the Naval Training Center, Adkinson is not seeking re
Charles Sapp, all of Lawtey widow, Mrs. Lillie Beilling Orlando, Florida. election.In DrumUse
of and William Sapp of Gervais, Witt of Providence; three Ricks, son of Mr. and Mrs. the City Clerk's race, Porcelain-Enamel
John Blume, 73,
Everette
Oregon; and four sisters, Mrs. sistersIrs.! Blanche Ray Driscell of P.O. Box 152, three political newcomers are
the Pine Level section of James Clubb of Delta Colo., Higgingbottom of Island Starke, is a graduate of Bradford vying for the position being Your Credit To Take AdvantageOf

.'. Bradford V.A. County in, died Gainesville in the Mrs. Mildred Petzel of Ger Grove, Mrs. Annie Robertsonof High School and joinedthe vacated by appointed Clerk This Low Low Price
Hospital vais, Oregon, !Mrs. Sharon Tampa and Mrs. Lula Navy in September 1976. Linda Robinson who pre
r Saturday. Kiland: of Lawtey and !Mrs. Strickland of Tampa; and During the eight week viously announced she would
Born 1903 in, Union Mr. County Blume Sept.had Pat Hamilton of Gainesville. several nieces and nephews. training cycle, trainees not seek election. Making the NOW ONLY
25 Funeral services were held Funeral services were held studied general military sub- city clerk's race are: Eva ,
moved to Starke from Raiford Jan. 25 in the DeWitt C. Jones Jan. 25 in the Providence jects designed to prepare Clark, Dorothy Oatney and
...!> eight years ago after retiring Chapel with Rev. Cecil Village Baptist Church with them for further academicand Jeanette Prescott.
as a correctional officer from Crawford officiating. Burialwas Rev. P.R. Graham and Rev. on the job training. Two city posts, mayor and
the Florida State Prison. He in Evergreen Cemetery in John Dicks officiating. Burialwas Included in their studies were town marshall, drew no candidates -
was a member of the Long and Raiford.Tlioiiini'KobbieM. held in Old Providence seamanship, close order drill. for the upcoming ai w:173ill
Church,
Bridge Baptist Cemetery in Lake Butler. Naval history and first aid. election. Roy Carroll, current 1
had served in the Army from Brooker mayor, announced ,
;"..-. 1928 to 1932.Survivors. several weeks ago he would
:.: include his widow not seek re-election.

.' Hester F Blume; a Crawford: .' Brooker does not currently li /
CHU CH
daughter Mrs. Stephen brother, Thomas Robert (Robbie) Bzzc1: :B ti have a town marshall. I
Alvarez of Starke: a Dependability-Coin-Op
k.. Crawford, 17. Lawtey, was Polling place for the III
of two
Robert Blume Tampa
<< ; killed Sunday afternoon in a February 8 election will be the I Proven
Thelma Hauler-
sisters, Mrs. MADISON STREET Brooker City Hall with the '
of Jacksonville and Mrs. motorcycle accident near FIRST ASSEMBLY OF
son 'It
BAPTIST CHURCH polls remaining open from 7
Artie Crawford of Lake City Grandin. GOD Selection of
; Manual
'. A lifetime resident of the "the happy church" Rev.Charles Swartz a.m. to 7 p.m. There are 121 ,
.t. and Funeral two grandchildren.services were held area, he was born in Starke Hwy. )6atWeldonSt. Thursday-.Vlsltation, 10 registered voters in the city. ilk 7- Drying Time up to

Jan. 25 in DeWitt C Jones Feb. 8, 1959. He was employed Starke a.m., 2 p.m., 7 p.m.SundaySunday. 190 Minutes
1'1'%,' : with Rev. Roman as a bricksman. His father SUNDAY SERVICES: School, I
? Chapel Robert S'('(I I'...."'''.
Alvarez officiating. Burial was the late Thomas Sunday School 10 a.m. 9:45: a.m. Morning Worshipand A ;:: I
>4;'_ was in :Mt Zion Swift Creek Crawford, Sr.Survivors Morning Worship 11a.m. Children's Worship, 11 (From '>3It'I I) Separate Start Switch
include his Church Training, 6:15:
,
Union
Cemetery in County a.m.
Two landfill sites have
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.. ,.. Extra Clean Cars -* *' Eve. Worship 7 p.m.WEDNESDAY: p.m. Evening Worship, 7:30.: already been completed A and / / Removable easy to clean"UpFront"
are operational. $25.000
Youth 7 Filter
meeting p.m. Lint
into in
center went operation
.'.: AUTO Bible Study 7 p.m. FIRST CHRISTIAN Lawtye last spring, and the I
:? : Robert Harden
: aJf.DaJOOi Pastor CHURCH /
second. one, in Brooker, was I
Welcome one and a IIIiKAIIAM Jim Love,Minister! completed this fall. The Model DDE 3000P
SALES Sunday: Sunday school, 9:45:
county will eventually have
flU1! tl l LOLL!: *' ( : BAPTIST a.m.; morning service, 10:45: five dumping sites. cuao.ira r"ae.seavics. {r

- .. Kev. James StarlingSUND,1V am.; youth group, 6 pm.; County officials are also Also We Now Have A Good Supply Of
1916 PONT T choir
JS 1977 PONTCATALINA } eveningworship,7 p.m.; negotiating with the State
crisis" asL
GRAND PRIX : : Sunday School, practice, 8pm.Wednesday Armory Board for a burial site At SavingsSAWYERSLADE
,Y:: 4 Door Power Windows. n 10 a."m ; Morning Worship 11a night: Bible on SR-225 between Lawteyand Gas Dryers Big

fl. Tilt Wheel Less Than Power Windows J!. m. : Training Union, 6 p.m; study 8 p.m. Kingsley Lake. _
Miles AM/FM Clean Evening; Worship, 7pm. The garbage system. being
2.000 \\!-U-: :. tSU.11idWeek:
completed with a $200,000
FIRST UNITED! APPLIANCE
Prayer Service 7:30: p.m. METHODIST CHURCHSUNDAY I grant from Farmers Home
1 $6895 $5100 f : 9:45: Church Administration, will bring the CENTER
School; 11 a.m. Morning county in line with current
I e' X 1916 CHEV. MONTE 1976 CUTLASS vr lulu \\ Ifh\iI Worship with nursery provided pollution control standards for
CARLO SUPREME I i\i-nsi" I ; waste disposal.
Sund.iy Srrtires: Sunday
'.,. BJ 14.000 Miles Black Inside 18,000 Miles, Power 3! School, to a.n, Morning
". i & Out Extra SharD VII Vindows AM:TM-Tilt Wheels: Worship and. l Services for the SMYRNA: BAPTIST CHURCH .
Dt-iif. I 11 I il.m.. Training Union Elder T.C Williams
Specials
sf.. 11 .in pm. Evening: Worship, Handy Man
$4995 $5195 7.11I) pili. "On the search for a .
n' "rdor.diy. !Services: MidWeek friendly church?" A
: L Service and
I'rill'r
a
a 1976 CHEV. CAMAROU 1975 RABBIT in I'.ihle Study 7':.ill )p I.m.. Choir Welcome to Smyrna Man SPECIAL
Handy
Yellow 3.700 Miles (l'rm'Ill'.1I\ I l"i:; )p in Sunday School, 10) a.m., .
Extra Good On Gas Worship Service, II am.:''
Real Clean H T.S. 5:45: :; p m.. tv'nmg'Worship. :
S'r1II..S: 7 p.m.
E $4695 $2595 II'IS1tl'.11.(111: | ( IU'II All visitors lire warmly 24x50
welcomede \preach lie I
\\ isF.Ki.Y.sciiKnri.iSund.iy: :. : -: death. burial and
n. -tr 1974 BUICK RIVIERA resurreil,ion of the l-ord Jesus
ic 1914 OLDS DELTA 88 Jtinuary :iuH::ioam (Chnsl! I Come join us on-the. 3 Bedroom 2 Bath Needs Work
Maroon & White Loaded I Holy Kiicluinst.: H-I!>: :; Lord's l Ua iy
& 4 Door Tape ii u m. Omrih School I II I a m.
+c c All The Way
:Morning( prayer IICS1'I 1'II1-sU''n:1II< :: : W( lrlt'.day. February 2 7 ( HIi 1111 .
: $4295 $2895 : I pin Junior Choir practice Iii..1.i. ) !< k hood' iniiiisli-r J.b2lII:

i i:1II: ) pin Senior Choir Slliul.i) SlIllil.lN I<(' "MI., !l'hut:||| $6695

practice! it III. iiioriiinuorslnp./: II /
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,1: Red a White C.hiirrliItcv.:
(; .\<'KII\ITISr: ('III'IU II.
: N $3695 a Urn Krvant IIihil11111.! .\ Suit tIm 975 RIDGEWOOD 1912 FLAME 1911 FLAMINGO
C.II $2895 ./.lcir" II.I :Milton
M'MV: ; :: Sunday School I'.islitr i
u '!)I.n a m Morning/ Worship. is! ;I.liI': 12x60 2 SR 12x52 2 BR. 12x50 SR.
;L1 4 1913 DATSON 1972 CHEV. CON. D! II a m, ('hurchTranng/ 6l3: :
IMPALARed Q pm.. Kvoninit: Worship. 7-3(1:: ( Sl'''I'tV': Hihle( Sihmil III $3695
; PICKUP p m. a III. Morning Worship I III II 4995 $3995

With White Con Top g:I \\l iM.sii\:| ;! \% : family 111. TfiiinniK I'nion' i 1\\::tn
}M tta umtll! slliirt| | : r 1 'I' |"III'. p m KvenitiBorship: 7-iO: )
5 $1795 Sunil.ix! ,, :Scliniil. vVnikri'Hinretinu pm
$1995 nL972FORDMAVERICKJJJ :. <; 1'v I! A '''. \\ 1'II'tsII.Ilhll'StlII': : | \ '"'
'" \ilerns.iulil "fnriiilv, iiiulMission iiiul I I' ';('r 7 p III. AilullChoir 12x60 3 Br. Champion Oldest Dealer In Bradford County
"I'lK-niK. '(lour, ..I( ( K\ p mA .
J 1972 FORD PICK UP IJ I'u\\ I'r" top m Vlult chair

t t .** Straight Stick V-8 Straight Stick II\ I 13pn1: Kvervlxxlv: Churchhrrc IMSnmebiidy"l'.IItI At The San location For Six YearsOlin's

x 6 Grabber ------ -- 3695
Short Bed *
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.. 1995 $1495 Krv. Urn. I..Cnlrni.in

,.. \\c are sincerely grateful lo
Sunday School !'i-4"> a m friends and neighbors;( for I heir
: :Morning Worship! II u in many kind acts! of sympathy Mobile HomeHwy
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Kveninu: Services 7pm (hiring our sad bereavement\ ,
Praver Meclinu.! Thursday! 7 1 Our' appreciation cannot he

it 473-4470 & 473-4078 p m Hevival. :llhtly.Jan: :2B- adequately expressedThe FHA Financing Available On Now Homos
rJ ::.TO7-ni) : pm Evangelist: Rev Family of 100 Starke 964-5606
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