Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04090
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 3, 1977
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:04090
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were arrested Tuesday as sus- 1 ? L 10th Issue Thursday, February :II. l)77! VKf UBRAR'r'I

pects in four separate break-
ins here over the past six
months by Bradford County + t' 1 Y ofELA HISTORY

Sheriff's Deputies Department 14yhw ry ra y.gy t td Users

Tuesday The six capped arrests investI-here Big City

gations into two separate .
burglaries of the Starke i
Moose Lodge on Griffis Loop t Y weW' rt I I ,
N.'f G'1 k11'
a break-in at the Michigan t r
Ranch Bar and a burglary of

Stumps' Department deputies Store.Sheriff's say. To Pay More

charges are still pending on
two break-ins! at Kuss'
Tavern an additional bur "
glary at the Michigan Ranch \
Bar and an additional breakin \ ,

Arrested at Stumps'in.connection with For Electricity

the January 11 burglary of the &5w aS \\Yjf
Moose Lodge was Lester vte** IJB?
Lamar Olive, 22, of 514 Nor- .,

man Street Starke. Olive is .. ?* > s& *I .xr v With the city's financial
with and
charged burglary
condition worsening. Starke
grand larceny in the whiskeyand city commissioners took

cigarette theft. under advisement Tuesday
Lewis Mike Spitze, 19, of SR night a proposal that would
227, and Gary Duana Rabon hike electric rates up a full
18, are charged with the cent a kilowatt hour, for the
November 18, 1976 burglaryof system's biggest users.
the Moose Lodge in which J Commissioner
kt Mayor -
money of an undisclosed and 1 ,, ,,i i t Yj Charles Schaefer said he
amount, whiskey 1
x+ plans to call a special council
cigarettes were taken. Spitze meeting, probably within the
and Rabon are both being heldon I next 10 days to .vote on the r +d 1
burglary and grand larceny -
rate hikes as soon as detailsare
charges. Spitze was the worked out.
only suspect arrested outside The proposed Increase
Bradford County last would affect only those
Tuesday. He was arrested in customers using over,.5.0X( ,
Alachua County on a warrant kilowatts per month
issued here and turned over to commercial
primarily users. I
local authorities. The suggested increase for 1
Timothy Bruce Norman 18,
some 20 customers using from ,', '
of Hampton is charged with r 1 f M 'r7a 1 F 5,000 to 50.000 kilowatts per t! -
burlary\ and grand larceny in month would! raise the cost ,.
connection with the December
from 2.5 cents per kilowatt ,
:l.1 l 117Ii.! ( break in of Stumps'Department hour for everything over i.SOt) j
l Store in Starke jI
kilowatts to 3 cents raise I
which involved the theft of the cost to 3.5 cents for those
more than $100 in men's .
customers using over 50.000
clothing. Arresting: officers 4 kilowatts.

recovered items of clothing Schaefer said the 2.5 cents John TorooV smiles his appreciation at the leripn" | 'lit of 'tin-: !
taken in the break-in at the '" f being charged for Community SC'I'\ ice .\ unl .
19t currently \\ presented !S.ilmiLiinfill .t' I Hullo
lime of Norman's arrest ;; big users in the plus 1.500 : !h annual ('ha mlN-s' of (''oniiiu-it- l holn'llIt'l.| li.iiiiIxT

Tuesday afternoon. category "is what's killingus. eseruliu''ice-prP.idrol. | l Kill \\ iI.1 ilrlll preM'nlvil the award I

of Alson Starke Charles and !Masters 19. 2-..- -- .- ...-....... "" a r--' -.. S-. -- ." Commissioner Joe lo .....CHIt..
Eugene Frank Warren added that it costs the -V\
lin Stokes.20. of Hampton are l.loyd iriffis; Bradford County's patriarch of strawberry cul- tl'y.llt'l I worried about effect of cold because "I haten't lost city 2.8 cents per kilowatt hour i
charged with the August 1976 th'atltNI.l'njoys a brief respite from this winter's freezes buskmoney on berries in my 42. years of growing. '"m." (More pic- from Florida Power and
break-in of the Michigan lug in the !Sunday afternoon sun at his! home northwest of Li'wtures and story on page 1111), Light and that smaller users Service Award ,1
, Ranch Baron SR 100 in which ? pay 4.1 cents per kilowatt V
10 cases of beer were stolen.
hour. '
I. Stokes and Masters are being d J.'I;:I know this is going .to hit 's.OWn .. J.
.a. held on burglary and petit larceny F-R-I-G-I-D w The( big users;bUt they're Ja"1! frflHt t'''M'1 u "

charges. 1 position where they cart pass"i : 'F r'1",9 76G >
the increase on to a lot of
people, and not have to absorbit
\iJlttt1tUn: ( \ ltdcr themselves." Schaefer said.

Snow Yields To FrostIn "I 1 don't think you need to
January February sell a thing in the world to To John TorodeJohn
anyone for less than it costsus :

t L the wake of an unprecedented "if we continue have real have had supplies curtailedare of heating water to 110-120 ," said Commissioner
cold January that bad weather, curtailmentstarts on interruptable service degrees to circulate ef- Vernon Silcox. Torode was presentedthe Lillian Pearson president -
brought 21 mornings! of 32 or with commercial cus and have alternative sourcesof fectively through the system.' The discussion followed iI i Community Service elect; Harold K. Davis past-
1 below temperatures to this tomers." power, he added.Arepresentative Register said they could get report by city clerk Merrill Award by the Starke president Elzie Sanders vice-
area. (February opened The city receives its gas of Sawyer- the water only up to 85-90 de Edwards in which he said Bradford Chamber of Com- president; Ed Ripplmger,
Tuesday with a low of 22 and a from (Florida Gas Trans- Slade Gas Company in Starke grees. Other schools could not "things have caught up with merce at its 30th annual vice president and Dale
prediction of continued below- mission Company. David said supplies of propane are get the heat into the comfortzone us faster" than I thought they banquet Saturday night Jan. Brown, treasurer.

normal readings! during the Turley. public information adequate and the biggest of 65.70 degrees. would. 29, at the Starke Golf and New governors presentedwere
month. director for the company, said difficulty is in the shortage of Department of Transportation (Edwards said ho thoughtlast Country Club.Introduced : S.L. Peek, Morris
Wednesday morning however his firm has come to the railroad cars for transportation. officials reported freeze fall's council decision to as the "father ofzoning" Williams Steve Denmark
brought a comparatively assistance of Southern damage to an estimated 25: raise utility rates could give by Bill Pat Spengler, J.J. Wolbert
"comfortable" low ;National; Gas Company which "We are in good shape right miles of Bradford 'ounty the city a revenue cushion tor executive vice Wilson of and Dr. James Hester.
Thursday, Feb. 3 ," Freeman secondary road would cost at least a little while but that president for
of 38./ and forecast a warming supplies! seven southern now says the Chamber local The president 1976,
Torode }
bulk oil distributor. around $18,000 to-repair. Road i inflation, and a continued rise Harold 4
trend and chance of ram states. Turley said the 100 Register Shell Oil K. Davis was
Chamber Board through Thursday. million cubic feet divertedwas "Supplies are adequate, but surfaces crumble and crack in the cost of diesel loch had church distributor work and is activein presented a plaque of appreci- 1

12:1Sp.m.Saturday: Freezing temperatureswere allocated to (Florida one week of warm weather when water seeps in. then used up any cushion the city civic projects. many ation and joked he would feel

recorded at Blandmg Power and Light and would be would really be a blessing. freezes causing! splits. had.Diesel knows John" said"Everybody Wilson. more comfortable at the
Feb. 5 every day but two during the replaced by other fuels to Transportation is the big fuel the major item microphone with CB chatter.
Crop damage has been "Zoning is a bad word but
past week with the following power (Florida Gas Company's headache now" he added. I His in the city budget at nearly a Davis said "it has been a real
minor to land is and have
according county use here we
Dance lows: Jan. 27. 28 degrees; Jan. generators. (Florida Gas was company serves a five-county agent Bobby Taylor. Mustardand million dollars, has risen 1.17,5cents got a lot to thank John Torode pleasure to serve as presidentfor
Starke 28./ 40; Jan. 29, :32; Jan. 30. 22: also able to deliver 100 million area including! the Bradford turnips were wilted and a gallon since for" said Wilson. Wilson a year." He reminded
Thunderbolt Band Jan. :31. :32; (o"eb.l. 22; (Feb. 2. cubic feet to Transcoe this County Hospital. burned by the cold but will December That additional increase presented a plaque to Torodeas members "it is your chamber
:m. week to assist residential customers Bradford alone means an and it can only be as good as i
County schools come out later he said. "an extremely small tokenof
8:3012p.m.Monday: S2.VWM: ) a year the Clthas to the He told the
:Monday morning brought a in Northeast; ; Tur- directors of operations Strawberries were not far our appreciation." input.
Feb. 7 white blanket of frost, the ley said. Lennard Register, said county enough along to be seriously come But up financial with. Edwards problems said.or Torode accepted the award audience that the chamber
heaviest of the winter to date. Residential consumers and school closed during the one hurt. Taylor said but the the l'oml11isSIOnl'nt with a big smile and at an wants to work for them and
not on
Channel 4. weatherman small industry users had not cold spell because of hazardous s'ason111 be delayed until record to residentsto obvious loss for words told the they are there to help in the
Elks and Elkettes George Wintering said been curtailed, but Florida roads. He added that alter the middle of :March. urge city the audience "I sure appreciate endeavors of the community,
Starke Lodge 1802 January: was 17 percent colder conserve energy during Davis said the chamber
Gas has asked all customers mechanical equipment at the The seed supply for cattle and cold weather crisis. it.
Dinner 7 p.m. than the coldest winter on record throughout! the state to con- vo-tecli center and middle other livestock will be in short current; ; that weather forecasters Torode was one of the recognizes the growth that is
Meeting 8 p.m. and that /B2 percent more Noting going on around it, as in
serve supplies. Turley said. school was not capable of supply due to the cold he predict cold weatherfor earliest members of the
. energy had been consumedthan Industrial customers who coping with i the added burden added. another month. Silcox said Starke Zoning Board and Orange Park and Gainesville
Special School in an average winter. ,and "we greet it with
served as a member of the
that while there is local fuel
Board Meeting Camp Blanding's mean Bradford mixed emotions" Starke can
shortage, it is impossible to County Zoning benefits from
7p.m. temperature for the month expect to reap
was! ".) degrees, with an BHS Teacher Identified tell what will happen in the Torode Board from also 1970 serves until on 1976.the the expansion of those cities

B.C. Commission average high of 5<>. and an future. board of directors of Guaranty and we hope to "keep Starke
9:30a.m. average low of 30. Rainfall recorded Although ruefully noting Federal like it has been not the same
Savings and Loan
there for the month that power usage is a major Association size, but the same type
Lawtey City Council was 3.2 inl'hes.hile Bradford source of city income the community," said Davis.
7:30p.m. County had an average of 4.2 As commission agreed to ask The dinner attended by 120 "We want a healthy i
Jax Murder VictimJACKSONVILLE also the installation of
inches and Union County re citizens to turn thermostats to officers saw for 1977. John growth" Davis said his ;i,
Tuesday, Feb. 8 corded 3.3 inches. 63 degrees and conserve response is then asked by
check of local distributorsof energyin every other way Bradley, Jr became the people "what are you doing to i
natural gas. liquid ; ; A reported for a teacher plan. partment in locating Swinsonlast possible.In president and said in a few encourage growth?" The
Union County petroleum and fuel oil in- murder victim, found burned ning day :Monday. January 24.. Friday January 28. A its short meeting before brief remarks "I believe in the Chamber is conscious of
School Board dicates supplies are adequatefor beyond recognition after When S\\ inson. a five-year check with Duval County going into executive session: to Chamber of Commerce" and growth but "we want it on our
8 p.m. this area but they caution being bound with an electrical employee of the local school authorities by the sheriffs department discuss the elect rical workers' set the goals for 1977 to in- terms" said Davis.
--' consumers to conserve cord and shot three times has system, failed to report for led to the positive contract 'see related story>. crease the membership. Davis recognized the board
Union CountyCommission been identified as a Bradford work January 24.. high' school identification of the murder the council accepted the Bradley presented the other members who were going out
Bob Patterson gas superintendent High school teacher. officials began calling his victim as Swinson.Homicide resignation of Building Inspector officers for 1977; they are: of office: Dudley p, Hardy
,. :30a.m."Brooker for the city of Starke. Duval County authorities Jacksonville residence. investigator R C. ; Oscar CrosbyIn president elect; William S.
-- said, "customers out of identified the murder victimas Bowen. of the Duval County a letter of resignation. Glover and
Residentsbe necessity are cutting down." James Willard Swinson. 31. Sheriff's Department said Crosby told the commissionthat Freeman Register III, vice .
Sure to Vote" indicating higher costs to the a social studies teacher at Sw inson was identified from a failing eyesight had president.

consumer. Patterson said the Bradford High for the past fingerprint, although his body forced him to give up the job Guest speaker for the dinner
Wednesday, Feb. 9 1.300 customers of city service five years. ';had been burned beyond whereupon commissioners was Janette C. Gervin,
will continue: to have an Swinson's body was discovered recognition. expressed appreciation to research engineer for Ken-

Hampton CityCouncil adequate supply for home January 23 by Jack Bowen said Sw inson was apparently Crosby for a fine job nedy Space Center NASA
heating. The city has mostly sonville firemen responding to bound with an The council also approved aS55 Ms. Gervin, a graduate of the
7:30: p.m. residential customers with a a brush fire call in west Jacksonville .1 electrical cord shot with a .32 correspondence course University of Florida, explained -
few commercial and no industrial burned beyond j caliber firearm three times- from the Universityof by lecture and slides ,
users. Patterson said. recognition. Unable to identify twice in the back and once in California in the operation of the spin off effects that the i
Friday Feb. 11 the victim. Duval County the head- then doused with waste plants.KKHIU'AHY.. has had
space program on j
authorities the in
placed body
J. kerosene and his body set
i geology agriculture weather j
Open House Correction !1In the Jacksonville morgue. afire. : 3.1976I'.11'EltsEEDED: and medicine. j J
Local school officials
According to Bowen. : : : :
Bradford County last week's story on the initiated the search which led Swinson was the third Ms. Gervin said infared
HealthDepartm.nl j meeting of the Santa Fe to the identification of the murdered in the same manner The Bradford County sensing can defect boundariesto
3:10-5 p.m. Cemetery Trustees the Tele- murder victim as Swinson. the several monthsin Telegraph has a search on for study flood plains map
graph incorrectly printed the who resided in Jacksonvilleand ,JL J over Duval past County, and a two copies of the February. vegetation to stud,.- plant
number of Mrs. L.A. Hall whois commuted to Starke 1976 issue of the disease and map the effects of
the paper.
uhe Ctommunitg'tutclank! James Willard S\\ln.on..... suspect is being sought in
be contacted the white amur on hydrllla.
to by persons daily. High school officials These copies are needed to
!; interested in making last saw Swinson January 19. Duval RIIS("ount teacher.. murdered in case.Duval County authoritiessaid be placed in bound books that Infrared sensing can record
suggestions regarding the up Students and teachers were Swinson's automobile' are kept for reference. If any thermal Information that In

Accn_,Imvntf U" keep of the cemetery. given a two-day holiday due to High school officials requested had not been recovered as of one has a copy of that paper the future hopefully they will
Ta_._IV Mrs. Hall's correct number. bad weatherJanuary 20 and please contact 964.6305 or dropit be able to predict when Vfreezing
,..aral Dp.*lf.IMHTMW c..,. the assistance of the late Tuesdaand that the will ,/
is 4681785. 21, and Swinson was to have Bradford County Sheriff's De investigation is continuing. by the office : temperatures

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Breast Cancer Facts To Be Aired

Cancer H'l..o.tul Society I Woman Who Won Her FightAmerican Yhe 97GthtI 64.ide c fflte eM3wilc

studies reveal that one In 13
r rh &
r Wooty Society
women in this country will 11 aJy* Tory .
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develop breast cancer this -- ----------
year, and according to a local Olr
woman who won her fight with r Canova Family Patricia Collins, Barbara Godwin
breast cancer two years ago.
Early diagnosis and Hosts "Dolly"Cast Honored At
treatment is the key to coin WalterTaylor

Lucille bating the Payne.disease, says !Mrs 1( and CrewThe To Wed April 9 Several PartiesMiss

Mrs. Payne, principal at
Southside Elementary :bchool.: cast and crew of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Collinsof Barbara Godwin,
discovered her breast cancerin "Dolly"were entertained at a Starke announce the February 12 bride-elect, was
February 1975 through self N. .- snack party after the Friday engagement and approaching complimented at several
examination techniques. She night performance at the marriage of their daughter, parties in the past week.
now teaches others as education home of Mrs. L.A. Canova on Patricia Rae, to Walter On Thursday afternoon,
chairman fortlie Bradford y 1 :e N. Walnut Street. Clinton Taylor, son of Mr and January 27, Mrs. A.J. Eaves
County unit of the y Hosting the party with Mrs. Mrs. Walter H. Taylor of Mrs. Charles C.,Johns, Mrs.
American Cancer Society Canova were her family: Mr. Jacksonville.The Gilbert Goldwi/e\ Mrs. R.S.
A 30-minute program: entitled and Mrs. G. Carl Alderman of L wedding will take place r Mullins and Mrs. L.C. Early
"Cancer Facts WUIIUMI' Baltimore, Md., Mrs. Blanche April 9 at the North Jacksonville gave a bridal shower for Miss
Should Know," will be pro Otto of Seminole, Mr. and Baptist Church, Godwin at the Early home on
sented by Mrs. Pajne. in oo Mrs. Levy Canova of Orange Jacksonville. 4k N. Walnut Street.
operation with the Bradford Park, Mr. and Mrs George Miss Collins is a 1971 The dining room table was
County Home Economics Ex Canova and Mr. and Mrs. graduate of Andrew Jackson centered with an arrangement
tension Service next Thurs David Canova of Kingsley III High School and attended! of spring flowers and the gift
day,February 10. at9:30: a.in Lake, Mrs.T.J. Alderman and Miss Sun flavor Florida Junior College. She is table held a Hallmark bride
at the Bradford County Agriculture Mr.and Mrs. Bill Alderman of employed at Florida First Kim Hodges,
and their families. National Bank of Jackson doll.Three
Building on US :iOl Hampton games with prizes
north. The program will include The 49 attending Included Title SoughtBy ville.Mr. Ralph MorganTo were enjoyed by the guests
instruction on breast the"Dolly" cast and crew and Taylor is a 1966 during the party hours, 3:30: to
self-examination methods a IftHV: -- their husbands and wives and Debra graduate of Andrew Jackson 5 o'clock. .
the Canova families.Woman's Jordan High School, and 1971 Wed April/
short film on other cancer (Becky CictM-ig( (left, county extension service home The hostesses presented the
forms and a question and graduate of the University of honoree with a peignoir set
ei'iiimmii-s! agent, und !.Mrs. Lucille Payne, Southside Elemental
answer session, and I is presented pilticipal and education committee: chairman for the local Club TAMPA Debra Jordan, Florida He is employed at Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Hodges, and the cream pitcher to her
free of charge. unit uf the ,\III"I'1e1l1l Cuiicrr Society, discuss. the upcoming( free daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gay Construction Co. Jr. of New Hampton Beach, china as a memento of the
Becky Geibeig. county extension lecture program, to IK presented at the County agricultural To Have ArtsProgram M.M. Jordan of Lawtey, will in Jacksonville as an Hampton announce the occasion.
service home be a contestant in this year's estimator. engagement and approaching
economics linildiii) m-vt Thursda:)'. Ken. 10, at !9:10:) a.m.
Miss SunFlavor contest of their daughter,
agent urges all interested marriage
Airs. Payne will draw 'III her personal experience in con
persons to attend iii.'i.ii>)u breast cancer in presenting( the program, entitled scheduled February 9-10 in Mrs Buchanan Sharon Kim, to Melvin Ralph Miss Godwin was honored ata
and says the Bradford County "t'um'cr l FIII.t'4oml'lI Should Know" The Woman's Club of Starke Tampa. Morgan, son of !Mr. and Mrs. Coke party Saturday,
Homemakers Club will serve will meet at 12:15: Wednesday, Miss Jordan is sponsored by Honored At Leaton U. Morgan, Jr. of January 29, given by Mrs.V.J.
refreshments. February 9, with the Arts/ the Newberry American Starke. Spengler, Mrs. F.W. Strick-
Breast cancer kills mole patient, the American Cancer discovery through breast si [r. Committee with Mrs. A.J. Legion and is the reigning Stork Miss Hodges is a 1975 land, Mrs. Jim Bloodworth,
American women nearly Society studies say, is a examination. Eighty-five Barry, chairman, in charge of Newberry Watermelon Festival ShowerMrs. graduate of Bradford High Mrs. Olin White, Jr. and Mrs.
33.000 in 1975, than any other single, childless/ woman, over percent of womi-n treated by the luncheon and program. Queen and is a former School and Is employed at the Drew Reddish at the Reddish
form of cancer, and is the :lu. with cancer in her family surgery when cwncer is con Assisting Mrs. Barry will be Bradford County Strawberry Gary Buchanan of Helena Chemical Co. in' home.
most common cause of deathin liiston fined to the breast are free of Mrs. A.K. Carlisle, Mrs. Queen. Starke was honored at a stork Alachua.Mr. Potted plants were used at
women aged! 40-41. according During 1977! n projected the disease five years later. Raymond Howe, Mrs. C.A. The beauty pageant is shower Thursday night of last Morgan is a 1970 vantage points throughout the
to American Cancel- will learn Knight, Mrs. J II. McClane, jointly sponsored by the State week at the Madison Street graduate of Bradford High party rooms.
IKMMHI women they
Society studies. hoer" breast clllcer with! OPFNIIOUSFKOHIIB.'LTII Mrs. G.J. McGriff, Mrs. J.D. Fair and Gasparilla Baptist Church Fellowship School and is employed with The dining room table was
: OFFICER Odom, Mrs. C.B. Terwillegar, Association and the Florida Titanium in
The typical breast t rjm-ci nearly 95 1'1'1''nt maklllg the Hall.Hostesses Enterprises covered with a lace cloth and
Mrs John Torode, Mrs. Department of Agricultureand were Mrs. Edward Green Cove Springs.The centered with a crystal punch
--------- ----- The Bradford County Health Johnnie B. Thompson and Consumer Services. The Ripplinger, Mrs. Bert wedding will be an bowl filled with Cokes and
Department will gold Open Mrs. H.L. Speer new Miss SunFlavor will be McGee, Mrs. Edward event of April 9 in the First crushed ice Around the bowl
MIKE MITCHELL House Friday, February 11 crowned immediately Christmas and Mrs. Gary Baptist Church, Starke. was a garland of ivy.
from 3:30: to 5 p.m. to meet the following the Doyle Conner Osteen.
VAR HEYL LINCOLN MERCURY INC. new health officer, Jeffry Appreciation Banquet to be The refreshment table was The hostesses presentedMiss
Brabham Godwin with a set of
Hubin of Citrus Cctinty. covered with and ,
held February 10 at the a yellow
2201 N Main St Gainesville FlaI.'IJ.VIIA'I The public is I invited to tr Holiday Inn-Central in white checkered cloth and juice the occasion.glasses as a memento of
attend. Tampa. centered with a yellow and Gary VaughnTo
Assisting Mrs. Frank
III!! !! 1 : asked she would floral were
When why orange arrangement Mrs. Carl Hurst
Wed Feb. 5 Mitchell ,
372.4251 W IWlo!'] :1 372-4251 Dr. R.E DopsonCHIROPRACTOR ) like to be Miss SunFlavor, the flanked by black wrought iron Mrs. Harry Hatcher, Jr.. Mrs.J .
candle holders with white
18-year-old beauty replied,
E. Hardy, Mrs. Ellen Miller
Rev. and Mrs. John K.
"Agriculture is the backboneof candles. The gift table was
"More Cars For More People 864 Suite C N. 301 / i our nation. I would be proud centered with a small floral Brabham of Dania, Fla., and Invited!Miss to Carol call between Bloodworth.the
to be a representative of suchan arrangement in a baby container former Starke residents an-
S-6 Dally hours 10 a m. and 12 were
Than Anyone Else"r, important and vast com- nounce the approaching mar-
964-8018 modity." Baby David Joshua riage of their daughter, Judy approximately 130 guests.
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u First prize for the winner is Buchanan was born December Rae, toGary Eugene Vaughn.The .
$1,000 in cash, a queen's 2 in Alachua General wedding will take place
trophy and an opportunity for Hospital and has a sister, Saturday, Februry 5 at 3 p.m.
Tuesday morning Feb. I. at
part-time employment with Becky age three. at the Homestead United
11:30: a.m. Miss Godwin was
the state to assist in Methodist Church in Char
could pro- lotte N.C. complimented at a brunch in
thisPegaE Florida
we sellyou moting agricultural the Pecan Hoom of the Garden
products.I.ITTLKWOMKN. Mrs. Janet Turner had a
Restaurant given by Mrs. O L.
family birthday dinner
Haynes, Jr., Mrs. J.H. Wainwright -
Sunday for her son Brant Mrs. Victor Lamb
sustaineda and Mrs. J.W. Ihtch.Thl' .
: :: Turner. Among those at-
E leg in an accidentalfall table
TO :MEET:MONDAY: tending were Vickie Turner of T-shaped was
at home last Friday. She covered
with white linen
The Little Women's Club Gainesville, Kay. Turner of
will be
recuperating at home cloths and the head table
will meet Monday, Feb. 7, at 8 Jacksonville and Mrs. James for several was
mid Wue p m. at the club house. Barron of Starke. weeks. centered with an arrangementof
on Beauty alone red roses in a cut glass
bowl. Down the length of the
table was a red! satin ribbon
but we won't. because s interspersed with white
.. cupids and hearts. Bridal
place cards marked the
iiiffi1iI1 seating arrangement for the
e, iveva 1tvu etSeatooa 15 guests.
: 4 'tO t The hostesses presented the

'V toknow ,,a honoree with i a dinner plate to
her chosen china pattern! as a
memento of the occasion.
whatyouaree Out-of-town
AnnouncesSEAFOOD guests were
Mrs. S.E. Kennedy and Mrs
;, ,.' getting r r Rhea Heights.Johnson of Keystone

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SPECIALS* Miss Godwin was honored at
a miscellaneious shower
Tuesday night. January 25,
given by Mrs. Harold Godwin
Mrs. Jim Godwin and Mrs.
MEDIUM ? Eve: Godwin at the home of the
: OYSTERS latter on East Call street.
r I I I # The gifts were displayed on
j& JcJto SHRIMP the dining room table along
with a fresh spring arrange

-e ; &o.: STANDARD 18S ment.A scramble. work game was

$ O59 played and the prize was won
by Mrs. W.E. Johnson.
$210 y Miss Godwin opened her
1ti rrczs119ss SELECT %9 Lb. % gifts served.while refreshments were

the Mrs.
Among guests were
Complete Line Of Fresh Fish FRESHMULLET Henry Godwin and Mrs. Lola
Johnson mother and grand-
And Seafood Available 49 C mother of the honoree and
Mrs. A.1%'. Gnffis mother of
Lb the prospectvie groom. Out -
of- town guests were aunts of
the honoree Mrs. W.E.
We Accept We Johnson and Mrs. S.E

Accept Kennedy, both of Keystone
USDA Food Stamps Heights.
USDA Food Stamps The hostesses presented the
honoree with a corsage and
Full Size '149" Ea PC.
electric mixer as a memento
Regal Majesty Twin. Sill. Queen Size. '359" set of the occasion.
ci pc. King Size '499" Set


I t clusi>o Comlort Squire 998 coil 1 .. Flu 0 "Ptdic spring unit, Lamar Griffis
unit hand aisembtod 9 10 gauge bordtr code MILK 59 cNorman's

2 Polfpropoleni mesh Inmlator 10 10 i gauge hud and tool tons" cub TOMATOES Wedding Feb. 12
3 Prime I Inch loam foist cushion 1 11 I 10 pangs center' support coils Lb. TTUCE
4 Print I inch loan comlorl Godwin and
pad |12 3 t giugt border support'rod Miss Barbara
5 Out hill men luxury quitting loin 13 Flu clip action with coils Lamar Griffis will be united in

6 Elegant and duriblt covering fabric |14 luivnouily' quilted, I Krdtr $ 49 marriage Saturday, February
7 "Edge lock llmsnlitg illlch 1 12 at 8 p.m. in the First United
Methodist Church with a

Make a visit to your MfAio/VFjcega 'dealer now 'ft,, f3 3 church reception Fellowship following Hall.in the

vir ->J All friends and relatives are
It's A Fact You Can Do Better At -- Gal.A Head invited to attend.Tommy .

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OEr/MfIR/-fuAUITURE'/ / ,. Farm Clayton

\ ,
Celebrates 9th
Produce &
Birthday Jan. 29

t Seafood Market ,A
Tommy Clayton celebratedhis
Y ninth birthday Saturday,
\ 617 N. Temple 964 6O71 tll,r r" Ir Jan. 29, with a party for 25
434 W. Call friends given by his mother,

OPEN 8:3O am 6 nm Mrs. Thomas Clayton.
Starke Fla 964.5827 _
Refreshments, and names-
Mon Sat. with prizes were enjoyed by

the youngsters.'tII" .


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3,1977Collided TELEGRAPH: Page 3

'ERSONAS Florida State Prison Highway Patrol report on the l II
employees escaped Injury 4:05: a.m. accident the prison Rhea Johnson and Lora
but caused an estimated $900 employees Nathan D. Francis were the winning
._ damage to two late model Thornton, 21, of Raiford and couple at Duplicate Bridge !
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state vehicles which collided Joseph A. Pigntello 27, of Tuesday night. Dr. and Mrs. ':
Mr. and Mrs. G, Carl Dr. and Mrs. J.P Young head-on while patrolling Starke were patrolling Jim Minesinger were second
and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wain- t
Alderman of Baltimore, Md. Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. James prison grounds without lightsin without headlights along West third. t
and Mrs. Blanche Otto of Simmons of Jacksonville and early morning darkness Compound Road when the wright were
Seminole were weekend Mr. and Mrs. George Bur- r Wednesday vehicles collided. Estimated Bridge players are cordially .
invited to with the
guests of their sister, Mrs. nakes and Mr. and Mrs. Lee According to a Florida speed of the vehicles at the which meets play Tuesday nightsat ,I
L..A. Canova. time of the accident was
Upton of Melrose were r 7:30: p.m.at the Pratt Street ,
Saturday guests of Mr. and placed at 15 mph.
SALE AT LEI LA'S Mrs. C.G. Hill and attendedthe v 2IJjuJ/ <$ ", Recreation Center.
"Dolly" show. i I
Little Julie Starling, Mr.and Mrs. Richard Welty
daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Mrs. Lex Green and Mrs. and family spent the weekend DeWitt C JonesFuneraiHome J
James Starling was a patientin Curtis Sanders visited Mr. and with his mother and grand- .
Alachua General Hospitallast Mrs. W.H. Green in mother, Mrs. Gertrude K.
Monday to Friday. Tallahassee over the week Welty and Mrs. Jessie Kintzerin
end. .., Winter Haven and attendedthe
Charles Lawson 6f Tallahassee State Republican meeting
was last Thursday Mrs. Charles Fink of Green Dolly" cast members! Grover Howard Marian Douglas, Kill McRae and Carol in Orlando.
overnight guest of his parents Cove Springs visited her Milner rehearse the hat
shop scene In preparation for Saturday's special dinner theater
Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Lawson. mother Mrs. Ella Moody, in of the popular musical comedy to benefit the March of Dimes Bradford County Hospital on visitors Mr. and Mrs. Milton
Mrs. Carolyn Redgrave and Monday. Brownlee of Gainesville on
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Hardy Tickets Still Available For "Hello Dolly"Due Sunday and Mrs. Olive Ryderof 964-6200 473-3176

attended the Charley Pride SALE AT I.EILA'SMrs. Gainesville on Monday.Mr. .
show at the Coliseum to popular demand Carolyn Canova, Grover Hutchins. Pauline Tanner
Saturday night. Pearl Colson of Lake the Starke Woman's Club Howard Bill McRae, Judy Goddowns, JerryMarian and Mrs. Bill Hosker of RENTALS
Green ,Wis.
Butler spent Thursday to has announced an additional Douglas, Carol Gusw.ller. Kevin Neel, Lisa visitors Bay of Mr.were and Monday Mrs.
SALE AT LEIlA'SL.L. Tuesday with Mrs. W.H. Hart of "Hello Reddish and John Samons.
performance Milner,Peggy Neel, Cynthia Houston McClane.Mrs. Hospital Beds Wheel Chairs
and family. Dolly" Saturday February Morton, Joan Hurst, Paul U
5, with benefits to the
Cannington of Donald- going R.P. McLendon is
sonville.Ga and Mr. and Mrs. Miss Anne Haynes of the local March of Dimes 9+00*&*&*&*&* l>&1 0&l *>&*0T0&T0 &*& visiting her sister Mrs. C.R. & CrutchesJackson's j

Wayman Cannington of Bain- University of West Florida campaign. Miss Latain llerres of Carlton Faulk of Troy State McDonnell and family in
will be home for the Tickets for the
bridge, Ga. were weekend weekend. February 5 College home
Tampa will be home for the was for the Tampa this week. 1
guests of Mr. and Mrs. H.A. performance are still weekend. weekend. 1t
Lawson. Joy Saxon was on the available by phoning Mrs. t
Dean's list at Piedmont Bible Pat Spengler 964.6046 or '
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Scott, College Winston Salem,N.C. Mrs. Hazel Hardy 964-5070. 1
Ray Norman and Nancy Lee in the fall quarter. Tickets are $7 per person I
attended the Charley Pride including dinner. Dinner will
show at the Coliseum Roger A. Kelly, a 1969 be served from 6-7 p.m., with
Saturday night. graduate of Bradford High curtain time 7:30.: 1I
School and 1973 graduate of
the University of Florida has The popular comedy con-
SALE;AT LEI LA'S just completed his first cerns the matchmaking acti- I
vities of Mrs. Dolly
semester of study at Cumberland
Mrs. Mark Adams of Gallagher Levi, played by
School of Law in Birmingham -
Muskogee, Okla. was Friday Ala. Roger ended Sylvia Reddish. The objectof
of Dr. and rich
overnight guest the semester in the top six her affections man
Mrs. MM. Adams. Horace Vandergelder, is
percent of his class with a 2.4
Don Neel.! The
played by
overall grade point of
Mr. and Mrs. Mac Baldwin average action takes place in New
a possible 3.0 for B
a plus.
attended the National Automobile York City and Yonkers, N.Y.
Dealer's Association around 1890.
convention Saturday to Wednesday S.L"T L.II.\'S.
The March of Dimes campaign
in New Orleans La. !
Mrs. W.H.! Thomson of under next
gets way
Tallahassee and Mr. and Mrs. !
Mr. and Mrs. John Williamsand month with more information -
Thomson of Monticellowere 1
children of Geraldton Henry weekend guests of Mrs. Jess to Wolbert be publishedsoon. is local ,
West Australia will arrive
John W. Griffin and Miss
Friday to spend several days Lillian Stump and attendedthe chairman for this year's Building Supply iI i
with Mr. and Mrs. Drew Chamber of Commerce campaign. I iI I
Reddish and family.
banquet Saturday night. Other cast members are: U;

Sandi Sanders, Charles Hall,
Local Admittances to Brad- .
ford County Hospital this ;
Mrs. J.ll. Fields and Mrs. week include: Henion Wynn SWARMIU6 964-6078
Herbert Green visited Mrs. Lora Moore Mrs. Martha -r l
Elsie Lyles in Jacksonvillelast Byrnes, Mrs. Nittie Crews, -1ERMrVES t f

Friday. Mrs, Ella Moody, Henry look .\\Yl--: : : cj U.S.301 South The Bradford Center
Heine, Mrs. Ruby Strickland. They lot like (. .;f.'r. .J..'.".' By Square Shopping :.
a (
Mrs. Charles Hardy visited Mrs. Dorothy Bagwell and ants with wiiGET". .
her mother Mrs. G.E. Frank Strickland of Starke; .p
McCauley in Palatka Sundayto Mrs. Mildred Johnson of
Wednesday of last veek. Keystone Heights f'loyde HELP
Mrs. McGauley underwenteye ; Has Moved To Their New Store
Coggins Jr. and Charles I 1f ii w-mvm;:
surgery last week. Mattox of Raiford; Miss .
Cynthia Brewer of Lawtey; FLORIDA "_'
SALE AT I.EII.\'S and Dolph Turner of Melrose. *., irV "t I

Mrs. Corine McDonald of Paul Canova is in critical '(ONTROL '
Scranton Pa. is visiting her condition in St. Luke's In Order To Serve
sister Mrs. Willie Camplin Hospital following a heart "'- *Chimic.l Co.
for a month. attack Monday F?..'ImptoMM HIM"1' _

Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Dansby
wore Sunday dinner guests of Their Customers Better
Capt.Dansby!! and in Gainesville.Mrs. Mickey HEAT & AIR

Mr. and Mrs. F.L.Clough of Let us explain our energy
Douglas Ga. were Thursdayto

Mrs.Mrs.Saturday J.G.Jan Jackson.Douglas guests of of Mr Tallahassee and saving system u\u'IiL'

Gainesville and were Milton Mrs.weekend,HarUell Freeman H.G.and of Uollmger.!guests(Mr.Orange Bollinger and of Mrs.City Dr.of COMPLETELY \ IrnVIITE[[ Y1Q{ ( ] llUJJ


_, '

Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Wainwright -
( Mere Sunday dinner
!guests( of their daughter!( Mrs.
Mary Katherine Kopelousos 1490
and family in Orange 'ark.
:Mr.and Mrs. Wainwright also
visited Mr. and Mrs Gene

Shaw at Doctor's Inlet. ((2-TON SYSTEM) Store.

Mike Goldwire former plus any necessary
Starke resident has purchased -
the Original Corner electrical/ work
Grocery in Ft. McCoy. The .
son of :Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert

personnel Gold"; ire resigned of for Starke Burnip as director Mike& Sims recently of- SAVE $$ ON may' We Now Offer An Expanding Line Of All Building

a Fort Lauderdale cable TV

contracting with down his and family spend firm in Ft.more to McCoy.settle time YOUR ELECTRIC Supplies Lumber, Paint And Hardware Items.

With Burnip & Sims which BILL
has offices in nearly every
state. Mike was on the road Cirri.r', new "SUPER Ilnlllblll
nearly every week. E" unit I It now also IIIIII Ill''

intersection The is on Original the of N state E Corner corner roads of Grocery the 315 .available... efficiency Demand compari-l to I ( NINIIIIIN To Celebrate Our Moving We Are Having An In

in the Sons before you buy. .
and 316 in Fort McCoy
Ocala National Forest. Wel- Carrier beat them o\\\\\\
come back to country livin' up to 70% dependingon Store Sale On Hundreds Of Items. .
Mike! the brand.

:Mrs. O.L.at home Beasley following is convalescing eye- Sale Papers Will Be Available At Front Of Store

surgery in St. Vincent'sHospital
I last week.

!Miss Rhonda Edwards of
FSU was home for the week AIR CONDITION SERVICEALL

end. NeVI Store Hours:



138: \\firry'.(Call Thursdayat Street Monday Friday Saturday

Slarkf,Florida 32091
Second Class postage paidat

Subscription Rates: Air Conditioning 7:30-6:00 7:3D-5OQ

In trade area: n per

y..r\.hlmonth.; 332 W. Madison StarkePh.

Outside trade area:$H 964-7701
per y ear:;".SO.h months

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''Ii '!!'1JI1. Tigers Stun Tornadoes 74-54, l: HrrLELttr

:...iiif mitfgi
"' '

'r q On Third Period Scoring Surge:


LAKE BUTLER Union Andrew Carter was top re- "We did a real good job. We back and defeated St. !

County High's basketball bounder for BHS with 13, played an exceptional game! ," Augustine 54 45 in the I
111u Tigers crammed 26 points into followed by Walker with 10. BHS coach Warney Adkinson nation's oldest city Friday !

u third period action, matchingtheir Hampton led the Tornadoesin said after the game. night.
entire first half scoring scoring assists with eight, Fred Aldridge led the BHS BHS trailed 29- 24 at the end ,

effort, to turn a one point while Perry and Holmes scoring attack with 18 points of the second quarter, but they I
advantage at the halftime shared assist honors for the and Andrew Carter had 15. made up for the deficit in the

intermission into a 17 point Tigers with seven apiece. Thomas Shaw paced Bolles, second half of the game, as Featured SpeakerFor
edge on the way to a 74 54 The Tigers' 71 percent netting 15. they outscored the Yellow- Knotts

victory over Bradford High's shooting average for the Top Big Red rebounderswere jackets 30 16. what the

v F Tornadoes here Tuesday second half, combined with a David Walker with nine Tornadoes did was play

( night. 41 percent average for the and Andrew Carter, claimingnine tighter defense and take Tonight's Grid Rauqnel

I i i'' 1 qe Coach Jimmy Thomas' opening half, gave the Union while the team gatheredin better shots.
r Tigers stunned the visiting County squad a 56 percent 32, almost the same as the Leading the way for the Big AllSportsClub

Tornadoes with a 71 percent overall shooting percentage, Bulldogs.Ken Red scorers were Fred Bradford High
shooting average in second 32 of 57, for the evening. Hampton paced the Aldridge with 15 and Andrew members honor the 1976 to- :

half action, connecting on 20 of Bradford High maintained a Tornadoes in assists with Carter who tossed in 14. Tornado football squad with ,
/ 28 shots from the field to 36 percent shooting averagefor seven. Carter also grabbed 15 big re- night (Thursday. Feb. 3)) )

scratch their 26. 25 halftime the contest, connecting on \From the foul line the Big bounds.St. the annual football banquetset at I
at 7:30
edge to a 52.35 lead as time 26 of 72 attempts from the Red hit on 9 16. but 6.9 in the Augustine scoring was to get underway :
iT : in third period play field. two extra periods. Bolles hit 5- paced by Julius Johnson's 17. the Starke Golf and Country k ,

1F7 After spotting the Tigers to The win lifts the Tiger's 8 foul shots for the entire The quarter by quarter Club. Florida

an early 13 8 lead in first season mark to 12.8 thus far, game. scoring went 16 13 BITS in University of defensive ;
coach and
period action the Tornadoeshad while the Tornadoes drop to 9 Bolles is now 12 -6 on the the first quarter the Yellow- assistant head

battled back to take a 23 8 on the season. season. jackets 16 8, second quarter, coordinator Doug

x 20 lead with just two minutes Coach Thomas' Tigers Bollat: Bent 5-0-10' Shaw 7-1-15, the Big Red 16.6 in the third Knotts is the featured speakerfor
intermission. Bradford High's tomorrow night (Friday Feb. t, Skinner 1 -0.2. Totals: 2f.S.U. in the final stanza. here.
StarKai Aldrldga' .4. IS, Carter 7.1 Knotts a Gator coach since '
momentary lead held until the 4)) meeting P.K.Yonge in a IS Godwin 2-0-4. Aycon 0-2 2. and tackle .1-
BHS 11. la '14 54 1970, played center
first half buzzer when Tiger Suwannee Conference clash, Hampton 4 1 11, Walker a 1 12.
St. Augustina 12 U S 10 45 for Duke during a three-year Knotts.....
point man Alfred Holmes then host number two ranked Totals' : 29.9.47. Doug
BUS Aldrlds B 1-15, Carter 42
s 'I t connected on a 20 footer to Santa Fe the following night in 14 Godwin 2.1 5, Avcon I .0-2 King college athletic careerbeginning Gator defensive coach Is
G give the Union County squadits Lake Butler. 2 s, Walker O. 12, Totals' : 31 I 54. in 1952. Previous fruttiml BUS fiMithull banqurtspeaker.

a.. 4 ,.,.. L one point edge as the teams The Tornadoes host Bishop BUS 45: ST AUGUSTINE; : 45: St. AugustIne Hammond 1-0-3, coaching positions includedhis .
Down at the half five Brltton 4 .0.E. Bailey 2.0.1, Jefferson 1 tenures at his alma muter
retired to the locker rooms. Kenny tomorrow night and .0.c. Johnson 7 1 17, Robinson 1 .0.2. Additional highlights of the
Bradford Midi's David( Walker ((25)) puts up two" points for the But second half action saw continue home court action points the Bradford High Purdua .0.2.Anderson -0.2. Totals:: Duke and later Tennessee. will

Tornadoes III Tuesday's clash against!( Union County High's the Tornadoes go cold, as the next Tuesday night Feb. 8, School basketball sauad came 21 1 45. Knotts 42, draws on his annual include football the introduction banquet of
TiRers in Luke llutlrr.alker experiences as both a player
Tigers rolled up 18 points to against Buchholz.
----------- informative players presentation t of
\\ pla>I'd l an aggressive game against/: the Tigers, the 15IIS squad's two, throughthe Soon b. quartartt. and coach in providing
pouring/ InlfllUlnts. snaring/( rebounds and was twice called first six minutes of the BHS 0 17 10 19-50 and entertaining awards, to outstanding grid-
down for goal tending/ UCH 13 12 U 24-74 1"I I ? speeches. His address here tiers and remarks by members -
half.The BH1-AldrldgaO117' Walker 1.0. v t tonight is expected to be of of the Bradford High
Tigers, behind the hot 1*. Hampton 5-0-10, Cartar 1-1-7, staff.
hand forward Boysie Perry, Oodw'n' 2-0-4. Team totals. 212 54. particular interest to al least football coaching
At Final Buzzer with UCH- Parry 10-5-25, White 7.2. II. one graduating BHS gridder, All-Sports Club memberswill ,
Layup who finished the outing a
Blount' 15. Filer 4. 2.10, Holmes C. ii 1 ; ; Jimmy Clark, who recentlywas be admitted i free of
game scored the high Tornadoes 25 points 2610, out-in 0.1. Team totals: 72.10.74.BHS awarded a scholarshipwith charge to tonight's football

Lifts BHS Past D&Bh the third period. the Florida Gators. banquet.

Four of Coach Thomas' 67 Holies, 63 .
starting five finished the con Bradford High School's .r ; s : Game & Fish Commission Stt, .Public
test in double figures. In basketball squad won a 67-63
Chris I'ern..lt'rIIt'T resumed here following a 16 addition to Perry's 25 point "barnburner" Saturday night

Sports Writer year layoff. total Paul White poured in 16, over Jacksonville Bolles in Meetings! To Ht'iir Fla. Sn| rJ>lIIt' "

Jessie Blount hit for 15 and double overtime on the Tornado
Bradford High's varsitygirls' tills $2. FLA. U&B-II court.
Walter Filer canned 10
basketball squad points. TALLAHASSEE Florida portion of the state are as
Cassandra Johnson hit a Three Tornadoes collected Doug Shaw hit a field goal in
collected its second victory on sportsmen can have a decisive follows:
layup at the final buzzer double figures scoring againstthe the first overtime with only
the current season here Monday! night giving the Tigers, with \Fred four seconds to go to force the voice in helping establish

Monday night, downing a Bradford High girls a 42II Aldridge's 17 points leadingthe game in to the second extra hunting and fishing regula :.NOKTIIKAST: Fl.OIUU.ttonsbYfartlclP .\
stunned Florida School for the atin in
basketball victory over a one or New
way. joined by David period.But February 14 -
Deaf & Blind 42 41 on a last stunned \Florida D&B (Deaf Walker with 16 and Ken in the second overtime of publicmeetings Independent Life Building!

second score and Blind.) with 10 points. stanza the Tornado's Fred scheduled by the Jacksonville, 730 p m
The win upped its mark for With 29 seconds left in the Hampton The Tigers took a slim 35 32 Aldridge sank two big foul Game and Fresh Water \FishCommission February 15 :Mayo
the current campaign to 2. 5. Florida D & B had 41- and Ken nettedone during February
game a team rebounding edge over shots Aycox Community Center. :Mayo\ ,
Monday's victory followed a 40\ lead and was in a four the Tornadoes for the evening, to give the Big Red the igf:9: hy 7-30\ p.m. February 17
1 fif:; 10 loss to Hawthorn'sHornets stall. With five Dates and locations of the
corner only with White leading the battle lead and moments later County Commission Room,
in home court play seconds left to play Miss under the boards snaring 14 Andrew Carter tipped in a meetings for the northern Gainesville. 7-30 p m

last Friday Johnson stole the ball at half for Union County, followed by missed shot to preserve the
Coach( Jerry McGriff's court and drove for the win- victory. - - -

Tornadoes continue home ning basket. Perry 1000. 0 tee with ee eight.0. 000.0.0..0000000.,..e.ate..4.r0..e e. re. ..
court action next t Monday. I
Johnson finished the gameas PANELING I CENTER
\Feb 7. hosting a rematch the high scorer with 22 The Big Red started the 10, Watharing 0-0-0, Barnes 4-5-11,
against the Tigers of Union Houghton' Barry 0.0.0. Rullar I Earnest Signs Grid GrantBradford I
points. She was followed on game well but soon went intoa ,
0 2 JovcaO-1-1. Swift 0-0-0. Team
County I High in an 8 p.m. the Tornadoes by Joy Mains cold shooting spell. With 3:45: totals: 17 1 .41 I ,

contest! The Tornadoes with 10.Florida. left in the first period Big Red High tight end Steve Earnest became the fourth ", II r

downed the Tiger girls :)2 24 D&B was paced in led 12 6, but did not score BUS 311, HORNETS 68 '.,t member of the 1976 Tornado football squad receiving a scholarship :

earlic'i I this season inollerimg scoring by Elizabeth Fields again until the 3:19: mark of for gridiron play when he Inked \Ilsslsslppll'olll'je: of I II I I14'x8' II
(" their t irst victory with 18 and Sherry Barnett the second quarter. Duringthis Brenda Hutchins pumped in Clinton\ :.Miss., earlier this Week.Earnest t
since girls' basketball action netting 13. section of the game BUS a game high 35 points and led
formali/ed the with rf
agreement Tuesday !
Hawthorne High School's girls
was outscored 11-0. taking place In the office of BUS head football Coach David I / I II
Bradford High won the first basketball squad to a 68-36 Iliirse. I

FLORIDA BANK AT STARKESTATE quarter 12 9, but lost the drubbing of BHS on the Tornadoes' :Mississippi College officials say Earnest Is being recruited asa SHEETS l
court Friday night.
second stanza 13 8, as Elizabeth I I II
Other top scorers for the tight end. During/ his senior > ear at Bradford High Earnest, K-2
BANK NUMBER 40iConiohdAted Fields scored eight and 210 pounds. had :20 receptions for :261! total 'ards.He lettered
points. Fields shot many close Hornets were Donna Hut- in football three years at BIN twice on the varsity squad and 1 ;'
Report of tht Condition, of "Florida Sate Bank at SUrttt" of -in shots and Big Red could chins, Brenda Hutchins'sister I I
Star he ,n the State. of Florida and Domestic Subttdi.ri.. at the clost ol bu m..son with 14 and Deanna once as a junior varsity grlddt'r.Earnl'"t .
December J1, '9,.. not stop her. At the half the Dickerson 8. 17, is currently participating arsity weight lifting I I''
score was 22 20 in favor of at Bradford High, where he competes in the heavyweight
BALANCE SHEET Florida D & B. The Big Ked was paced in dh 1..lon.

ASSETS In the third quarter the BUS scoring by Joy Mains and Earnest is the son of :Mr.' and :Mrs. W.('. Collins of Hampton.
girls fought back outscoring Judy Williams, as they each See Us For Your Kitchen
i Cain and due from bones 1409 \Florida D&B 12 9 and takinga hit for eight points.
i U S Treasury securities, 317 BUS fell far behind in the

32.31 lead heading into the Teal ElectricElectric Cabinet NeedsVAUGHNJOHNSON
3 Obligations of other U S Government aqencivi, and corporation 952i Aide to Senator:
first and could
ObliqAtiont' of States and political, subdivisions 7 375 final period. Big Red moved quarter never ';According to this latest
I one bonds notes, and debentures come close to the Hornets.
280 the ball frequently and rapidly
poll 52 percent of the voters Work At It's Best
6 Cor5CrateSIOrk none With 3:58: remaining in the CO.
during the third stanza as
i TadngaCcoun19.curtiea, non. think you're the lesser of two
8 FedaraI1990.sold and securities purchased under agreements resell 2 000 !Miss Johnson hit for eight big opening quarter the Tornadoes evils."
9 a Loans Totdle.Cludnq( unearned income 7338 points. !Most of her shots were trailed 12-2 and by the 139 E. Call 964.7423 I 140 S. Thompson St OPEN SAT 9-3 964-5711 I I
b Less Reserve for possible, ,loan losses 37 from the three foot end of the quarter they were -James Estes .
range. Starke Fla. TFN .
Net The Wall Street Journal Corner Of S R. 1 flfl
c Loans 7 301 The crucial fourth on the short end of a 18-5 Starke
'10 Direct lease financing none -------I!
I it Bank premises, furniture and other assets produced a winner. BUS, 42 score.
representing bank premises 27 41, with both teams scoring 10 When the third quarter "We do more -- .
11 Real,estate, owned other than bank premises 23n ......
points for the period. Down 41 started. BUS was down 32-14 .
vestments.in unconsolidated subsidiaresand associated none than fill out
I1 Cuhfomvrs' liability this bank on acceptances outstanding companies none 38. Joy !Mains hit a field goal but they refused to quit. The just EspSolhvny ecially for kids
ii Other assets 198i with 34 seconds left to cut the Big Red outscored the Hornets tax forms. We \
i TOTAL ASSETS I sum of items 1 through IS) 17 *8f Florida D&B advantage to 41 11-6 and whittled their lead J "

LIABILITIES' 40\ before !Miss Johnson's down to 38-25 by the quarter'send. can help you -
heroics. Mains and Johnson During the quarter the ,
"11 Demand deposits of/ ,individual' partnerships, and corporations 1095 each scored four points in the Tornadoes showcased some save money. ..
"ITme and'..onq..po....of individuals. ,partnerships' and corporations *237 rCi "'
outside hS
19 Deposits United States Government 21 quarter outstanding shooting, w. n .. shketn
10 Deposits State*and political, subdivisions. 41110 l Francis Coltrane was the as Joy Mains and Emma Ecoiogi CiuD 1
11 O'POII"ollore.on qo...nm.n.un.o"'Cool tashlutOn5 non. top Big Red rebounder and Murphy consistently hit from Amp our i.aA. InA
n Deposits of commercial' banks non. was assist leader as well the 12-20 foot range. It'sFUN. Ecologydolt
n CIT titled and olloc./ ,,' checks 133
74 TOTAL DEPOSITS (sum of items 17 through 23) ,IS*** recording seven in each However the fourth quarterwas 4 You II receive Fun-Kit. with -your-
.1 Total' demanddvposU 121 dt'partment.'ollowing\ her in a different story. It saw spl t projects a special 1977 alendar., .
b Total,time and savings deposits f $41 rebounds was Judy Williams the Hornets outscore BUS SOIL Apple Dime-Saver, members hip: card. .S71-s'( 1
F.d.r.lunds, purchased and securities sold under agreements to who snatched six while A and great "aon-onsIt's

repurchase 1* Other liabilities for borrowed money non.non. Emma Murphy was second in Besides leading the Tornadoes Henry W BlockThat's \e: eve V

U Mortgagendebtdn015 nonela assists for BUS, getting two.Monday's in scoring, Joy Mains and Reason No. 1. SMART .. Ib4a

J9 Other Acceptances liabilities executed by or for account of this ba n wand outstanding non.209 victory avengedan Judy Williams paced the teamin People don t come to As a Johnny Appleseed Club member lV z.4 Li __

30 TOTAL LIABILITIES. excluding( subordinated, notes and debentures) IS87S earlier Tornado loss to the rebounding grabbing six H&R Block lust to have you II receIve specIal glfls lor adding T ..
31 I Subordinated notes and debentures non. Florida D&B squad this each. Susan Blalock producedthe their tax forms filled out your savings account You'III I earn it s owl r
season. That earlier loss, a 49- most BHS assists with Block easy and (unto save y,%
53 final, came in overtime. three.
can help themsave money THRIFTY
12 Preferred stock No shares outstanding' ( Par value) none We for honest .
Score by quarters: every
II. Common stock No Sharesaulhonsd 12,000b Scoring by quarters: Hawthorn 10 14 4 10 *0 deduction and credit. And Just stop in our lobby and Jon n TheClub Sao
No shares outstanding 12,000 JS 00 (Par value) 300 ,
BUS 5 t II II 21 Bring along friend and d Iuble ,
14 Surplus t 1300 BMS 12. I] 10-42 we see that you get the your'anty I M
JJ Undivided, profits"" 417 FO&B a 12 a 10-41' benefit of the latest i t. _
Hawthorna Hutchmt.' D. 5414.
3* R1s0n.Iorcontngenb.9and other capital'reserves tin Hutchins. B 14-7 35 Otckarton 400, changes in the tax law. J7
17 TOTAL EQUITY CAPITAL (sum of,iterr through!*) 2 10* BHS- Johnson 11-0 Zl.AlltnO 0 0.BlalocK .
18 TOTAL LIABILITIESAND EQUITY CAPITAL(sums Of" .01'20. 0 0 .0, Williami 0 0 0, Molandar 1 0-2. Brantlay 204. Nation I. _
llandJ7)) 17981' Celtrana 10 7, Raval 000. Murphy 2 0-2 vo Jon0v5e10.1.1. Smith l 0.2. Totals H&R BLOCK cI r slv.r4I
3112 tl
0 4, Hudson 204. Maths I 0 10 : I f
BHS BlalocN ,1-0-2. Wilhami 1-2 I.
MEMORANDA Barry 000. Hawkins 000. Team LLCLw.IV
lOIJK' : 21 0 42.FD&BEdwerd'O.O. Coltrana2-l. Murphy 224. Hudson 2.'- 118 N. Walnut 964.8286 Guar w I
S. Maim 400 Totals: 14 '-21 .esr
i Average for ts or 30 calendar' days ending with call date: Fitldlf 0.
e Cash and due'from banks corresponds to item 1 above I 1419b Federal
Federal funds sold' and ..CUrt'''' purchased under agreements ---I -=. :- !
resell..<( Savings Association of Gainesville
c Total,loanslcorraspondstod.m( 9a above) 7 494 .0.,
d Time deposits of$100,000 more(Corresponds Memoranda items 395W, Madison i'
)a plus' 3b below' 731e um L..I
Total' deposits(corresponds to item 74 above) ,is 409t SATURDAY Feb. 5th I 964-5000 :JIII ii:vview:
Federal funds purchased and .curol..old under agreements
Hnyt" t.. ,'',V' ,7 t ,11
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2. Standby, ,letters. of creditoutstandmg, non. I LAKE BUTLER I i I ; be a member of your : "
1 Time deposits of ftiOO.OOO or more
o Time, certificates' of deposit in denominations 011100.0000.more 1 OJi Serving at i
Johnny Appleseed Junior
b Other time deposits amounts 1100,000' or more 422I I COMMUNITY I I Ecology Club

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Ruth S John Vice President and Cashier DI the above named bane. do I
solemnly swear.a/firm/ that 14,5 repornef condition I5 true and co..c..o.n.b... '2.00 1.25 .
of my knowledge and belief. I .

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Februarys. TELEGRAPH: ; Pages .y

Tornado Grapplers Win Streak At 6 On Strength Of Two Winsby >

RTSrrlG11im :f
Chris .' wrestling at 171, and coming the third stanza. Peter was -
BCT Sports Writer away on top 134.: laying on top of Brown muchof
Coming home with losses the time, scoring points and '
BUS grapplers won two for the Tornadoes were trying for a pin. r' ........,.- .. ; S! II I Ii
matches this past week, de. William Aldridge at 102 Robert Boniface becameJoe ,& .'1

24 feating in Flagler a home Palm match Coast and 41- pounds by a pin, in dropping the first the period match and the 170 Lazenby's class, as 12th the victim Big Red in >i 1: : *-1m; ; mrm: :: ;1 11m11;; ;; 1 ::.:.xyX'x-Vxxx;1 x::;:;::;:::;:::;;::;:::::;.:::;:; ;$;:iS:::;;$;xxXi'l.vssv..TS..v!&;[;&:;*.WPW\:::;:;:1;: ::eLAffSt;:; ;;:; -:: ?,

Palatka South 36-27 in Tom Meng, as he lost a heart- wrestler remained undefeatedwith
Palatka. breaker 8-7 in the 130 classification a pin at the 1-09: point of '

The Tornadoes, now 8-2 on the first quarter. Lazenby BHSNettersStartFeb.l0
the season,next wrestle today The Big Red also droppedthe held a slim 2-0 advantage before ,. "
(Thursday, Feb. 3)) against 116, 136 and 149-pound the pin, but with 1:31: left h
Bradford fj
division with forfeits. High School'stennis third seed. Sexton said the top.
Ocala Forest at 1:30: p.m. in a in the period Boniface was '
team takes to the
courts three have some experience. '
home match, and Saturday, BUS 41, PALM COAST 24 stretched out on his stomach in their first match Thursday, Freshman Chub Johnson"
Feb. 5, in the Flagler Palm and Lazenby soon held him "
Coast Invitational in Bunnell. Down 24-9 heading into the down to the mat until a pin February I 10, traveling to will play in the fourth spot and l
141-pound match, Bradford was awarded. Orange Park. Terry Carver a junior, in fifth "
High School's wrestling team seed .
Like Boniface
PALATKA SOUTH MATCH fought back for 41-24 win over Palm Coast's Roger, Goodwin Flagler Coach Mike Sexton terms t
visiting Palm Beach Coast this year's squad a "young will be rounded :" '
The team
lost Kenneth ;
by a pin as ,
With three pins and four here Thursday tennis team. Four seniors 1
Cruger claimed the 188 class out by Robby Pierce, a freshman ;
superior decisions, the Brad Earl Biggs wrestling at 141, victory. Cruger built a 10-0 graduated along with the top and sophomores David .... .J
ford High School matmen started Red up three players from last ,
the Big rally, as second quarter lead before year liar ley, Tom Williams and
whipped Palatak South 36-27 he faced Steve Palmer. Biggs the in the in Larry White, Andy and Carlos Hernandez. '
getting same 4
in a match in Palatak Tuesday clawed his way to a 4.3 pin Handy Crews.
period. The first thing Crugerdid
night. decision. Both wrestlers usedan
The doubles
when the match startedwas number one
Leading the way was Tornado aggressive style, grabbingand _.._ This year's team will have .
sit Goodwin on his back 'n m ',' :. '. John Samons as the team will be Samons and-
Martin Slocum at 123 but neither
hanging on, Kodrique while Griffis and
and that set the tone of this
pounds, as he pinned his opponent wrestler could get a good grip particular confrontation.Also The I97R-I977 BUS wrestlers from left to right are: Bobby Smith Kenneth ('ru ..r, Henry Pete, number one seed; Kenny Johnson form the number two ;
with only 12 seconds long enough to score a lot of Joe l.azenby, Charlie Revel Earl liiffgs.! Tom Meng. Martin SI H'uni. Alan :Montgomery, and Rodnque number two seed; doubles team. :;
left in the first period.In The match still in recording wins for the \\illiani Coach Ted and sophomore Steve Gnffis ..
points. was Tornadoes were Tom Aldridge. Standing are Jornov ((11'f&l and Mike:Muse, tea m ma manger.! '.
the 109 division BHS' doubt, even with one second to
wrestling in the 122 ,

Tornado the Alan superior same Montgomery rout Henry decision in Pete the 36-1.142 won won class while by by go.In Charles the Tornado the Revel 148 category did cause his, part,as BHS'for he with Montgomery Bulldogs'108-pound a first Martin match quarter, who Stefler over pin won Robert,of Alan the the Weight Men Open With Losses, _Host Santa Fe Feb. 9 II IIof

162. pinned C.J. Johnson of the '
In the heavyweight divisionthe Bulldogs at the 1:55: mark of Smith by a 7-0 decision and Narrowly defeated in its ini- Feb. 9, when the Tornado 8- 0 lead without a lifter in the has already topped the 500 Coach Hanson's lifters
Bobby Smith as he won by 114 class and could have pound mark combined bench earning points for BUS
Big Red's Bobby Smith gota the first period. Before the pin tial pair of outing on this weight men host Santa Fe's
in the
heavyweight and clean and jerk through the first two 'j'
pin in the 1:16 mark of the Revel had Johnson on his season's scheduled eight Raiders in matches beginningat picked up eight points against press outingson
first while Charlie stomach and had division. Eastside easily in what was lifts this season, and Bennettat the current season.
a tight gripon
match slate 3
Big Red wrestlers who lost 39 26 by Gaines p.m.'I'he this in the
early stage
Revel got a pin in the third his arms which were being eventually a
ville High and 38 20 by East-
stanza with 4:58: left. held on his back. included William Aldridge at absence of a lifter in the Hanson served as an officialat season has posted a 470 pound G1IS3! BUS 20 -
Claiming the superior decisions The 158-pound action saw 101 pounds, getting pinned In side High. Bradford High'sweight new lit pound weight class weight lifting matches here total in the two lifts, just 25 Tornado weight men, class
for the Tornadoes were the Big Red's Henry Pete the first period by Flagler lifting team resumes has been a disadvantage for last year when BHS Athletic pounds shy of three times his place and total lifts in the
action here
Alan Montgomery in the 109- demolish Curtis Brown 16-4 Palm Coast's Doug Thomas Wednesday, Coach Denny Hanson's Director and head football body weight. season opener loss to Gaines-
pound class, winning 36-1 Brown was never in contention and Martin Slocum at 115 -- --- Tornado weight men in the Coach David Hurse directed There have also been bright ville High in Gainesville, Jan.
Earl Biggs at 142 pounds as as he trailed 5-0 at the pounds who was beaten on a two losses to date. Tornado weight men efforts. spots in the performances of 19, were; Gaskins 123. 1st
pin by David Whitt with only At bus "I don't Coachlanson.\ in his first several members of place with 325 Ibs.
he defeated his opponent 16-2 end of the first quarter, 14-2 at stop: care Only two lettermen returned younger ; Saxon. 132.
Ken Cruger who won in the the conclusion of the second 38 seconds left in the second if I never get to the top- I'd season as weight lifting from the 1976 lifting this year's squad noteably 1st place with 325 Ibs.; Jones,

189 class 15.4 and Henry Pete, period and 16-4 by the end of quarter after holding a 5-0 settle for two weeks in the mentor at BITS, says his squad squad this season, and 165 sophomore Timmy Gaskins 148 3rd place with 370 Ibs;
lead. middle." spotted Gainesville to an early pounder Sam Bennett: and who is currently undefeated at Bennett 165. 1st place with 443

heavyweight; Steve Ernest 123 pounds. Ibs; Vanzant, 181, 2nd place
btt'h' seniors, represent the Gaskins' best effort thus far with 390 Ibs.; Norman. 198,
"" .fKf._ On sale only experienced weight men in the combined bench press 2nd place with 390 Ibs.; and
nwiytiiksl E I1aGLE among Coach Hanson's and clean and jerk lifts is Earnest, heavyweight 2nd
64 INAN ANINNIn Thursday, Friday current competitors. Earnest 325 pounds. He lifted that total place with 490 Ibs.

I HM mm f and weight, nearly three times his
Saturday body weight in taking first KM II 311. HI IS 20

Youth Baseball place against both Gainesvilleand Eastside High's experienced
Eastside and is con weight men, termed
sidered by many as a contender "good lifters" by Coach
Coaches NeededThe for a state crown this Hanson took a 38 20 win over
season in the 123 pound class. the Tornadoes here last
National Brand Sale! Dixie Youth Baseball The state weight lifting Wednesday afternoon. Jan. 26.

League (ages 10 12)) and a meet, incidentally, is Tornado lifters, class place
newly formed Dixie Boys scheduled for March 19, with and total lifts in the loss were:
League (ages 13 14)) are Gainesville's Buchholz High Gaskins, 123, 1st place with
searching for coaches, winning 'a bid to host this 325 Ibs; Saxon 132 2nd place

The know and trust at fower-than-fow prices! preferably adults but will year's event.Newcomers. with 320 Ibs; Meng. 132 3rd I
names you : accept high school seniors. on the 1977 BHS place with 310 Ibs; Jones. 148, 'i
y. Interested persons should weight lifting team include 3rd with 390 Ibs.; Bennett. 165
un 2,10 contact Randall Davis at the Eddie Saxon and 2nd
freshmen place with 470 Ibs. ;
I j,1: EAGLE Recreation Department Timmy Jones, and sophomoreMike Patrick, 181, 3rd place with I I."
ollarlp, 4 SHRINKS THE PRICE number is 9646792. Vanzant. 4.50: Ibs.; Norman !198, 2nd
0 This year the Dixie Youth Junior Allen Norman place with 375 Ibs. ; and
4 T ; ON ORIGINAL LEVl'SBLUE Baseball League will expand Laurence Patrick and Tom Earnest heavyweight, 2nd
4YI" hd \4 JEANS! to two leagues. An additionalteam Meng round out the members place with 505 Ibs.
QUAKE from Starke and two I IHa30.s

I 10.88 from Law ley help create two,
STATE loora four team leagues. WEIGHT LIFTING SCHEDULE


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February 3. In17 TELEGItAI'II; 1'1';:'

Tigers Take Red Devils 76-56 As Thomas Engineers 100th 'J W' in

Prior to Tuesday' shoot out scoring for the outing with a 15 double figure performancesfrom Macclenny's Wildcats under the board for the Wild- against Bradford Iliufo s Tor '

with Bradford High, Union point effort. a trio of Tiger cagers, maintained a slim lead over cats finishing the evening/ witha mi docs, who brought/ at.? sen
County High's basketball All five Tiger starters Union County High's basketball the visiting Tigers through all game high 15 rebounds. son record into UK; Tuemlnv. I
11 b Tigers split a pair of contests finished the contest In double squad dropped a 63-55 four quarters, but only four Teammate Leroy Spatcher night clash.
earlier in the week. figures. Walter Flier and decision to Baker County points separated the squads at hauled in an additional 11 re :
----- -- TheTigers gave Coach Jessie Blount each poured in High's Wildcats here Satur- the half as the Wildcats took a bounds. Spatcher was leading Score by quartern,
Jimmy 'Thomas his 100th 14 points, Paul White hit for 13 day night. 34-30 advantage to the locker scorer for the Wildcats t.
$ career coaching victory last and Alfred Holmes canned 12. Providing the double figure room. against the Tigers with 15 UC le 14' 0 11. SS J
Friday night when they down. Melvin Simmons paced Red scoring for Coach Jimmy But the Wildcats did hold a points, while Kennedy added BC It It II U OJ {
$ ed Wi liston's Red Devils 76-56 Devil scoring with 17 points Thomas' Tigers in what decided
155 W. Call Street remained height advantageover Union CountyFIOt 00.14, Parry! e
i in a game>played at Lake while teammate Tyrone Robinson a close contest the Tigers and made the 10.The Saturday night loss to 14 Whiles, I'll 1, Blounl: 4 01. Holmes J 0 \
Butler, then ell 63-55 to red added another 13, in through all four quarters were most of the edge to outreboundthe Macclenny put the Tigers'( .. Team tolfllli, 14-71SBaker I r V
hot Macclenny in a Saturday keeping the contest close until Walter Filer with 16 Union counly Spatcher 701 I 5;
points, County squad 38-18 season mark at 11 wins Kennedy 1 4-10, Sloulamire 4-1-10 Kol j
W .Ill 1 night contest played on the the third period. Boysie Perry with 14 and Paul for the outing. against seven losses going( into lint 4.2.10. won;.o.ii,McCullaugn 1-0' a f
$ Wildcats' home court in The squads battled to a 10-10 White with 11. Jim Kennedy led the battle the Tuesday night; contest Team ttitnlt: 17.1.tl. 1 j
WHY PAY $i Macclenny.; deadlock at the close of first
period play. The Tigers led 34-

TIGERS 76, WILLISTON 56 29 at the halftime Inter Union
I mission. After the one-sided Co. JV Downs BHS For 15-3 Season Mark J I|

MORE? LAKE BUTLER Union third period, Williston outscored .

County High's Tigers blew the Tigers 16-15 in the LAKE BUTLER Union The Tigers held a 34.22 half- game high 18 points. Union Which/ saw the! Tigers/: pllll/ 1- f j
open what had been a close final period. County High junior varsity time lead over the visiting County's comeback effort fell away from/ 2(1()20 doadliH-k ::01'!
> first half here Friday night basketball Tigers upped their Tornado JV, before pulling out short of its intended goal. the close of I first (pci'ioil! plj> (In''
ff > with a 27 point third period Score by ejuertertt, season record to a lofty 15-3 to the 26 point advantage at Pringle was joined in double take ii :.111-32: lead ul (the inlei 1 1

scoring surge on the way to a UC WH 10 10 2427 If II II n-16- S* mark with a 66-47 Victory over the close of third period play figures for the outing by team mission, VVillislcdi's' Itcd I
$ 20-point, 76,58, victory over Bradford High's JV here Bradford High s Ben Ross mates Herschel Holmes and Devils loll nil Ills puce' set bv ,
1 I Williston's Red Devils. Union County P.rry 4-3.11,Filer 1-4- Tuesday night. took high point honors for the Randy Dukes, who both tossedin Coach Call Driike's chargei( -.
$ > The third period surge, 14, Blount'--14,Whltt, t-l-11, Holmes M The win over the Bradford contest tossing a game high 10 points. in the third iiuailer' 'I In I 1'
TWIN I combined with a tenacious defensive 011.0-11 Slrrnonot T..m totalti 1-0-4. 3M7-7t.Jackson 0-13.Johns High Tornado JV squad cameon 26 points in a losing cause. Hosea Jones and Ray Smith Tigers outscored. the visit mmi '.
effort, held the visiting WillsunSimmons/ '.1-17, Robinson the heels of a 49-56 loss to Ross was the lone Tornado in paced the Wildcat JV win Red J Devils 216(i 111 the Until
Red Devils to Just 11 tallies in ..1.13. Edwards 3-1-7. Brown 2...4,Jack- Macclenny's Baker County double figures for the outing. with 16 and 15 point totals res period then rousted lo tin '

I the same period, stretched a ion 02.1-0-4 T.am Jom..I..2.total! 2.Gross-..... 1 l-J-7,Butlor High JV last Friday night in Numerous turnovers and pectively. victory 111111 It.12 Until: II lUll (>Manun I ,
five point halftime advantage Macclenny and a Friday night forced shots from the outside edge. :

SHEETS 'I Into a 21 point lead going, into TIGERS, WILDCATS 63 73-50 win over Williston on the hurt the Tornadoes as they Score by quartart, I""ring p.U'ed Tin"i d f
the final quarter, r Tigers' home court in Lake dropped to 2.11 thus tat on the scoring. canning n game luiih I

> Boysie Perry-,,, ;- led Tigers, MACCLENNY DespiteTiger's Butler. season. BCH UCH II I II If 14 I It It -- 4t St 21' points. Joining I'riniile '""' ,
I Two contests are on tap for double I figuresuie Teuni' j

Coach Carl Drake's JV Tigers Score by quarters Union.County High, Prlnqlt, .Z.I', males Herschel Holmes and j |
Ouktlt I-IO. Holmes I 010. Blount I 1 S, David lilnmit, oho puured l MI I
; Tennis Starts Feb. 14 during the upcoming week / )
q BHS t 13 t H 47 Webb J 0. Team total! 91-7 49
a meeting tomorrow night UCH 13 11 10 12 tt Baker County H.gh Jones SO.It, 11 points (jipK-ctv
FOR -- (Friday Feb. 4)) with P.K. Smith 7-l-IS G..n.4.1O. C Jones 40. Calvin hall led Ked
r ieM i union High tennis compe- ana n.j.. Vaughn, are Yonge in Gainesville and a I. farmer 1.1.7 I Dune. I 01. Crew I 1.0 1 scoring with IB paints!, 1"1 1
tition begins Feb,14 in Lake'' returning to the boy's team. Saturday night home court Bradford, High School, ROil,11 1 It. Team totalt! 2S t 5t Hick !Duncan milled 10
> Other team members B..7 Miller 2.2.6 Hollli 20.4 Cum. I
Butler when the girls open are
shoot out with Santa Fe at mlno 1-0.2 Colbert 012. Tern total' ,
with 3:30, match Martin Thomas, Russell ..,. '
a : ,
p.m. 10 t '
Tiger gym in Lake Butler. TIGERS 7:1.\\II.MSI: ON :rill; Scot a by quartets
against, Columbia County Bessho, Dionisio Britton, and Union County Hgh- Pringle t-l-lt. ,
5 S Gary Griffis. Rood S-l-ll. Holm. 1-M. Webb 400, UCH n .It 71 14
t+'l : High. TIGERS 66, BUS 47 Blount 1-1-t. Tlmmon.I.Hick.' 1-0.1.Albrltton Three Union County junior WIII.'on. JO n 6 u '"
1"h' The Feb 17 when
boys open .. .
1.0.2. T m 101.111! 71.166. varsity canws hit for double
$ UHS plays a dual match, both Leandrew Pringle poured in figures and a total of nine Union County HqhPringle '10 I II
Blounl' 70,14. Rand 4 0 1
0 14
boys and girls against Baker Scorekeepers Holmes
> 19 points in three quarters of TIGERS, WILDCATS Tiger jayvees had a hand in Highland 7 0.4, Tmtmon 0.4, Hick l (I'
High on the UHS courts.'' time to lead the Union the outcome Union .. .
playing scoring as 4 Dukes :07 Jpnktm I 101 1 Titotal t'i
UHS tennis coach this yearis ,Umpires WantedThe County Tiger JV to a 66-47 Macclenny's Baker County County rolled past \\illiMon 36 > M
> Ed Moore in his first year Willitton Hall" >4 Dun.ti' i
; victory over Bradford High in High JV Wildcats jumped out 73-50 in home court action lust ,
Gibsoniat W.illnct t PlttllitMonroe '
Qjh at UHS and his first chance tot Dixie Youth Baseball Lake Butler Tuesday night. to 32.19 halftime lead over Friday night. '.01 D.iniwli 1 Solemn

coach tennis. ,Moore the is' Leagues and adult Softball Pringle and teammates Union County's junior varsity After a fairly even first half, 4, Team total I 0 so

defensive coordinator of leagues are looking for umpires Herschel. Holmes' ,11 and ca gers, then held off a second ----
UHS football team. and scorekeepers. Interested Mitch Reed's 12 points helped half Tiger comeback effort in
WHY PAY 1 MORE I ? ) "It's really'..a rebuilding' persons should con- the Tigers to a 54-28 lead at the earning a 56.49 victory last
team for -both teanri8.48Bystk
mayI 'tact 'Randall'Davis at the close of third period play, before Saturday night on the Wild-
Vy1 coach Moore. "The girls Recreation Department, Coach Carl Drake cleared cats' home court in Mac- I
probably have the opportunityto e
telephone number, 9646792. the Union County JV bench, clenny. rye t ti
S to be the better team. All of the leagues need sending in the subs to preserve Despite double figure
> Senior Lisa Mooneyham umpires. For the inexperieced a comfortable victory scoring from three Tigers, In- I
the lone returning veteran on i
clinic will be held margin.; cluding Leandrew Pringle's; 4 th
the girl's team. She is joinedby umpire, a to 9r4. vh5t!
teach the fundamentals.
newcomers Karen Holmes

b Diane Johnson Mary Louise required However,to all persons a test will rules be BHS Girl's JV Cage Squad
k ;Taylor, Anita Griffis, Eliza- pass on
-. beth Puffenbarger, and and mechanics of Softball to
umpire in the leagues and be
''' Bobbie Rivers.

.l';; L '.""' ,\ >,I Two veterans Tom Riherd .registerd. an ASA umpire. Splits Outings, Now 3-3


I Bradford High's junior BHS- ..."..0-0-0, e....0 0 0.
$ DOUBLESHEETS Juste litfileScrumpdillyishus varsity girls' basketball Oarley4-0.|. .....2. 1, t.lawytro, I L
continued playing at a .500 clip I. Wllllamt 1-0-1, Eailay, 104, 7
Jock.:4.0.0, Chandler 0 II. Ttam
this -
past week, splitting a pairof .
totals: 19 2 40.
$ will get you a % I-b. Ican't outings for a current 4 4 I
season mark.
$ ( BIG BRAZIER renounce Coach Jerry McGriffs girls BUS 22, HOKNETS23 _

dropped a one point heartbreaker -
Or only 49 Sc to Hawthorne High's v Andrea Hopson sank one of
rumpdillyishus. ; two foul shots with 38 seconds _
JV-Hornets last Friday, but p 1 -A Ar.
J0) i rebounded with a 40 16 win and the score tied 22-22 Friday
rg f ; o oP oyl over the Florida School for the night, giving Hawthorne High

I rag Deaf and Blind-in home court School's girls' junior varsity
$300 action Monday night. basketball team a 23.22 heart-

r The BHS{ JV girl cagers stopping victory over BHS in .
the Tornado
VIA continue home court action gym.

Monday Feb. 7, when they However, the game was not J
$ $ host Green Cove Springs' Clay decided until the final second

t ". ".... ..... High in a 6:30: p m. contest at ticked off the Scoreboardclock. a 1.
5 ''r.' .. .-' the Tornado gym. After Hopson hit the

1 INFLATION I BEATING PRICES 'c...; "(., "-'.._..;; --. -. _. BUS40, Fla. D&BI6 ahead foul shot the to Big put Red the bounded Hornets

BHS's girls JV basketball the ball and moved it up the

q dfa ; : team ran visiting Florida court quickly.
; hJtWJ.t1Y
6t"hav D&B (Deaf and Blind) off the
$ court 40 16 last
; Monday night
,good here. Score by quarters:

$ .. Scor by quartart: Hawthorn 4' I S 13BHS
4 4 t 0-11
11\, ,
"': I.f t' II
FOB 4 2 4 6-54 .
$ BHS 13 12' t 7- 40Florida Hawthorn. Hill '.0.2. Hopion 2.H. .. .'3..... .
'e b ""IRAZIER GoOd,", 1-0 1, Mutcri.nl 4-0-. SKapnerd. .. '
p I 1.0.Z. Oilllni I 1.0.2. Tam total: 10-J 11.BHS .
.I 0.0, Damon D&B-too Coward, Rubin 4.0-0., 2 .K.rr I s 0, Darly 01-1 S.got 1.0.2. Ira/k'r lijss CD: $ 24'S Matthtwl 1 I, Orson 1-0-1. Team Wllllamt 2 .... Cailay 1-1.4,Jockol. 000, on the I war\ l to a l\\o-|>uint ,salty in S.IIIII'.t.1B".IIII..IIII, I 1t 'S\
g total... 7 2 U. Chandler 50-10 Team total: t-4 11. \k,Utr\.

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$ DRISTAN $ Day Every Day 0 .
'IUi61 i l aR AZIIfto! ,....wilh" i aualer 7 u Gets \
.-''OUlctolLoii) .C>..l,IDOOefl With'' Wl ItW "Stung" By Jackets 1
''''IIIQI.net'.ahjlmOllf\je.O'.AI-on. ; \ KINNEYSINCE
'aohJff)0et'riwt4ti) 'And,lsr''t.' ilyi>icMrightno... So, Bradford High's, junior
.Com.m4ke emWal" 'otll Atoo".tl"d,,". 1969 sity cagers came from I I,
I 75Ci "'OAIRVQUEENb7AZiER'.lorv6! : brazier ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR in the fourth period for a 51 1

N. victory over previously I 1
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964-7478 home court action
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Quality Service Licensed
Saturday night : !
Reasonable Prices Insured Bonded Itti'
Bolles brought an .
$ Regular $1.43 pressive 16. 1 record into '
Saturday night contest t ph..), \ I \, :
before a large turn out : 1
$ vocal local fans on the ,

nadoes home court for t ,
$ $ meeting with Coach ( '
Cox's I 9 BUS J\'. \\ |)
SAVE I MORE wasted little time in posting !f t I : t
$ 12.5 first period lead over :

visiting Bulldogs.Ben <
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$ $ ,,, ; Hossho finished '
contest with high point
at 22 tallies, paced the t
$ $ nado JV to a 24 12 I
advantage with 12 I first ,

I STYROFOAM See The All New 77 Tornado points.figures Ross was for JV joined the center outing in \'4'r. (

Miller, who finished
evening with a 12 point : '

S CUPS FLEETWOOD DOUBLEWIDEWf his best third to date.A period. '

slump, which saw the I
$ y4/ > Have A Large Selection Of Doublewides squad drop to just six

$ Pkgs. of 50 $ for with the a Bulldog quarter surge, of !\,

'i & fiepos.w tallies threatened to make t I : I

,",1.\\ "' .1....!.'.. ....-, Tornadoes victim number
$ '. :,'V ; flfJ .". ,-" ,, for the Bolles squad \\
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$ I :Sii f'Thii, All 149 WidesOP stanza.the The game Tornadoes entered behind its

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Merit Of Action Initial Issue : =

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r4 LYI fertilizer for a piece of land,

In Francis' Bid For BHS Post *rt IIUUM A Farmer tmtmmmtt Ii-Th beat HI rnm..mfGoetzman ""

Merit of the school board's Wolbert said Tuesday, the Florida Constitution" January 4' end Construction))
action in rejecting Superin- February 1, he would enter a Wolbert says the board shall minutes of ,At .
tendent Tom Casey's recom- response within the time allotted operate and maintain and that special es 473-3183 Lake Geneva )
mendation to name administrator and In answering the control the school system. ; pent Vs
Charles Francis writ of mandamus, an actionto Filed with the suit appli- Tom Casey i I
principal of Bradford High is compel a public body, the cation were copies of the sonnel were?. Ito Dull Dozer 6 Tractor Work
expected to be in initial issuein school board, to do that whichit school board agenda for the board.
f Francis' bid to gain the legally should have done.
through court action. The Question Wolbert says he Hampton Girl Treat ed 1 At Shrl' tat Fill -

Francis filed application for would pose is "whether the
a writ of mandamus January board was legally compelledto A Hampton youngster, crip-- ministered t >4 th 1G Clay-
24 in circuit court here, which, accept the recommendationof pled since birth, is currently defect. Docti ct Sand
in effect, asks the court to the superintendent." undergoing tests and they will be Masonary
place him in the position Under the law, Fla. Statute evaluations at the Shriners' new hip so
which Francis maintains is 230.23, the superintendentmust Crippled Childrens Hospital in Mr. and M pd -Free EstimateDelivery
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legally his. Initial issue will be present a staffing for- Greenville, South Carolina home Frida: .
whether the board's reason mula to the board three times.If under sponsorship of the Ann will r> C. Lori Ann Stone posed with her parents Mr. and Mrs. D.B.
for rejecting the recommendation the board can cite just cause Starke Shrine Club. Shriners' h ys Stone of Hampton, and members of the local Shrine Club, D. El- Anywhere
amounts to "just for rejection, Wolbert said, it Lori Ann Stone, daughter to two week ts, bert Nettles,president:; Gerald Balllee. crippled children's com-
cause" under current Florida can then fill the position. of Mr. and Mrs. D.B. Stone, of Lori Ann attended mute chairman for the local club, and C. Fayne Bateman. past p O. Box) 124 Lake Geneva
law. Francis filed application after Hampton, is undergoing the dint by local club president, prior to her trip to the Shriners' Crippled 1/6- 1/13- 1/27-2/3P0.
Francis was rejected 3-2 by one rejection by the board. tests to determine what the Shrine d Childrens' Hospital Greenville South Carolina. Lori Ann Is
the school board in a January Wolbert said his initial corrective surgery can be ad- Jacksonville S+ sponsored by the local Shrine Club for care .... -
4 head-on clash between argument will be on the ....
newly-elected superintendentTom merits of the action, whether
Casey and three board what the board said was just
members, when Casey pre- cause for rejection. I4 iT.rv.e
sented his administrative Wolbert cites VonStephensversus A. Pea .
staffing plan shortly after School Board I FOOD: jj 0 D
assuming office.In (Sarasota County) as a case Ii.II
his application for a writ that parallels the local suit.
of mandamus f Francis' attorney That case has been remandedto t t r"
Bryan T. Hayes of the circuit\ court of Sarasota
Tallahassee stated the school County for a full hearing and
board "failed to cite just taking of testimony on the FAIR 1
cause" for rejection and issue of just cause.
Francis is "being deprived ofa Another argument Wolbert Featuring Our Own Brand
position in which he has a says will be whether Francishas b
contractual and substantive a "property right" to the
right under law." office under VonStephens. SUPERMARKETS
The implication also states Wolbert said he will use the r I
the school board "set forth U.S. 2nd District Court of With The
The : F The Store Brand
spurious and legally insufficient Appeals in interpreting the Clip :
grounds for the re- same case that the District .
jection. The reason "lack of Court of Appeals cited as ValuableCoupons i i
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application' asks Francis.for Francis"to The different be our hope conclusion.to convince"It will the I lit; OFF 44 OFF per"

be placed immediately" in trial court to adopt the
the position of principal at the reasoning of the federal courts This Ad An
high school. as better law and will appealto ri PANTRY PRIDE UI
the First District Court of :\ 17o CAN j Pantry 5 LB BAG :
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file a response to the charges. Wolbert, "that the statute S .
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The arrest of a f rernandma an anonymous up receivedafter .r'i B .
Beach man last Thursday Boatright had attemptedto COMPARE fMHI 5r. COMPARE ".:"MfC ""::"voi. :.1

afternoon and. the arrest of a sell a stolen rifle. The serial '} WtloleKe UNDERS MO t? imw *
Jacksonville man Sunday number on the rifle was It Fabric Softer 79 w
have led to the recovery of traced and ownership of the Macaroni & Cheese 4//$.( 16 ,
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nearly 90 percent of the property stolen firearm was Mi nm ru nwrn, mat s1|129 20'
stolen in six daylight established as that of a Brad- Potato Chips 58
burglaries!.( in Starke add ford County resident, who had tui mum, rm .mm tin
Bradford County last Wed- reported it stolen in one of the 'ita cw Hum mi uml Laundry Detergent $1"| 20'
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taken in the daylight burglaries Kenneth Bagwell ;
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Green said Shanks'arrest
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February 3.177 TELEGRAPH Hage

BHS Senior Darla Christopher Named Family Leader Of TomorrowDarla Thunderbolt Band

Christopher,senior at 77 General Mills Family Mrs. Thomas D. Christopherof in a written knowledge and Washington, D.C. During the To Perform Here OFttTR0Et339rRZ2'TC7E9
Bradford High School, has Leader of Tomorrow. Starke, won the honor by attitude examination. Darla is tour, personal observationsand :: ::
I been named the school's 1976- Darla, daughter of Mr. and competing with other seniors now eligible for state and interviews will be con- Friday,81'.1\I.
If m i national honors.The results of ducted to select the All -
l the state test given on American Family Leader of Band
The Thunderbolt a
December 7 have not been Tomorrow, whose scholarshipwill
be increased to rock group out of Keystone ST MARK'S ,
964-5757 announced yet.A 5000. will be in concert In
j Heights, CHURCH
Ii 964-6206 certificate from General Second,third and fourth place Edwards I)t
the I
new Armory on
Mills, sponsor of the annual winners will receive scholar-
Road in Starke at 8 p.m. SUNDAY,
] educational scholarship program ship increases to$4,000,$3,000 !
Saturday, Feb. 5.
8:30: a.m.Holy :
will be given to Darla. $2,000 respectively.
Admission Is $1.75 stag, Church School
Archer-TanllerFuneralHome The State Family Leader of While a junior Darla was a.m.
| Tomorrow will receive a named the STAR student of $2.75 drag. Holy Eucharist. :
Band members are: Jeff MONDAY,
and the 23 Second
301 South of Starke $1,500 the second college ranking scholarship partici- Congressional- county District and the Lukie( ) Leukel, lead singer; 7:30: p.m. Vestry
Smith, electric
guitar ,
Florida STAR student. She
in the state $500
pant a grant.
was of four winners of Gene Bryan, drummer; p.m. Women of .,
f The state winner also one
: MONUMENTSDoyleMArcher earned for his or her school a Clay Electric Co op's Youth Robert Philpot, bass lead guitar; meeting.
Martin, guitar
20 volume reference work, Tour of Washington Contest Tommy Linton ; WEDNESDAY.
Drew rhythm guitar.
"The Annals of America," and was selected as a memberof 7 p.m.
the National Rural Practice, 7:30:
from Encyclopedia Britan- Electric
Archie M. Tanner ----- Choir Practice.
nica Educational Corporation.In Cooperatives Association'snationwide "
L ,FC. April, the 51 winners Youth Consulting
L.F.D. A father who encourageshis
representing every state and Board. CALVARY
the District of Columbia will Darla's dream is to attend boy to follow in his foot
"Within Your Means Now, Peace of Mind Always" be the guests of General Millson Harvard Law School and she steps has probably forgottena CHURCH
c an expense paid educa- is aiming toward a career few.
tional tour of Colonial somewhere in the criminal Quote Magazine Jim Black
Williamsburg, Va., and justice system. I''
SUNDAY: Sunday I
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ab 11 a.m.; Evening : I

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Turkey Breast slog 20' Sliced Cooked Ham 199 30' GRACE; :BAPTIST('

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Sure, It's been cold; But we'll make a Never lost a dollai. And I don't lookto
wont since '5M\ good yet.
crop on strawberries this year! : .

Lloyd Griffis is an incurable After experiencing what (bought then by the barrel), my 42 years of raising :
optimist- you have to be toeditorial was undoubtedly the coldest They even produced their own berries."
stay in the strawberry January of his 65 years, Lloydwas sugar from cane syrup. r,
I -J) business for 42 years. sprawled in a front porch "But it's getting tougher all EN ;

_., ._._. rocker at his farm northwestof Cash money was of little importance the time," he said. "I can M
Lawtey Sunday afternoon, in those days. "I remember when it used to cost r
enjoying a brief interlude of remember when 20 or 30 $100 to get an acre of berries to

sunshine and the company of a young people would get to- the picking stage, and now it ,0
number of visiting friends and gether for a good time, and costs about $1,500." This AT

neighbors. there wouldn't be over a dollarin doesn't include the time the

the crowd- but that didn't grower himself puts in on the
Discouraged about the stop us from having fun," he crop, orany overhead, such as T'a
l outlook of the current berry said. machinery and other .
repair WORK
season? "Not a bit, says incidentals.
Adding this in, the
"I've Cane grindings, in the fall,
Lloyd. seen it happen cost be :
at least
'J before, and we carne out all were the big social event of .
right. The plants aren't the year. The "last boiling" per acre. .

\ damaged my Florida Belles would be cooked down low to The price of plants has gone --,181 .

\\\\'b' look great, and are ready to candy stage, "Then we'd pull from $1.50 or less per

come out with a new flush of peanuts from the field and thousand in the old days, to $22
growth and bloom as soon as have a peanut candy pullingand per thousand for Florida
"Some joker that sign the to field, but It
put on gate berry
\ the weather breaks. If we get of course, fiddles for Belles, and $33 per thousand
tells the truth"Uo'd Criff says "The old saying is that growing
good spring weatherwarm dancing were always on hand. for Sequoias during the set
berries is : and that's about "
a job.
l.l-months-a-year right.
and dry (not too much rain), When one family was through ting-out season last fall.
i we'll make it yet. The season grinding cane we'd move on to Everything else is up in
fl 1 will be short, but if we get two another place and help them," proportion.
or three weeks of Lloyd says.
good shipping
Lloyd is still sold on the
at high prices, we'll)) do With a twinkle in his eye, Florida Belle plants which are County Agents By
just as good or better than we
also thriving in of the
Lloyd described some- spite "
would in a long, drawn-out
thing "a little stronger" than freezing weather and are r:1 :
season. peanut candy that might twice the size of !his> Sequoias, notebook rBobrbY

The only danger Lloyd sees make its appearance at early although set only a week
is that the freeze extended on cane grindings- this was thesocalled ahead of the California Phone 961-6554: :;

down to Plant City, knockingout : "cane skimmings." variety. Florida Belles have a
their crop so that it will tougher skin and carry much

come in at the same time, The process was to let the better to market than Our cold winter is affectingeveryone's Keep a high phosphorus!
skimmings "work off" the but drawback is
O competing with Bradford. Sequoias pocketbook be- mineral supplement before
The Christian Science Monitor "They were getting $12 a flat syrup kettle, allow the dregsto their tendency to come on witha cause of higher costs for fuel, the cattle at all times. The
($1 per pint) for berries when settle to the bottom, and flush early in the season and some food items and other calcium phosphorus ration

the cold hit down there," he then dip the skimmings out of then drop off rapidly, rather things. Our cattlemen face should not be wider than 21I : .
the barrel back into the than
says. pour sustaining production these same problems plus
kettle and "cook off," dis- during the season. critical shortages of hay and I hope some of these considerations
Lloyd has spent all)) of his life tilling the fluid through a pipe. higher prices for other cattle will help you with
The Facts lie thinks that "neither
Chilling on the farm with the exceptionof The finished product was feeds. your cattle winter feeding
variety is the answer to our
eight months in "public something calculated to "blow
problems. Call or come by if
work" with the county road your top" if you weren't problems here He has heard Additional feed is a must on like to discuss
department. For this he was careful, Lloyd recalls.He about a variety in California most ranches because winter you your
It's almost as if this frigid winter lowered to 65 degrees in daytime and paid $52 every two weeks. called the "Toughie," which is pastures have not grown and programFORESTRY

believed to be the coldest of the century even lower at night. By doing this, we "But I didn't like it, and soon also remembers that the so durable it has a shelf life of produced normally. Here are
returned to the farm," he then sheriff of Bradford five days in the store after some considerations that ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::: :::: :::::::::::::::: :::
shake Americans not lot of
was sent to bygiving only save a we also
up energy
says. He bought his present County, an ardent hunter, shipping, and is larger and might help get your cattle
us a taste of what can and will save about fifteen percent on our fuel farm- the original 30 acres- would come out to the farm to redder than the Sequoia, has through the winter without excessive -

happen unless we change our careless bills. That would have helped a lot whenwe from the late Jay Alderman of shoot doves, while the men good flavor, and is solid in the losses.

ways of using and wasting energy like it go to pay those bills this month. Hampton for $10 an acre 35 folks were busy "distilling" in corenot hollow like some Allow cattle access to roughor
of it is years ago, and later added the smokehouse. "He knew California berries
was going out style. Perhaps unimproved areas and IN BRADFORD COUNTY
If find this cool another 25 acres for which he what was going on, but he'd
you temperature too .
and sooner than we think, unless we never let onjust "But they're restricted by Some roughage can.be -
for comfort, pull out the thermal under- paid $174. kept secured such BY Richard breeder
change our wasteful ways. hunting those doves," Lloyd California plant producers, in areas.
wear, don another sweater, or add' lie is descended from a chuckles.In and we haven't been able to Also, these areas protect ::::::::::.'::::::,4:::Phone 96a-a55a :::::$:::&::

get hold of them ," Lloyd cattle from the inclement
another blanket. yet
of the section John
America has six of the world'spopulation pioneer
percent Griffis, who brought his spite of the record- says. One Plant City grower weather. BUYING Ml.\IK TItEES

and uses thirty percent of The second big way to cut down on family down from Georgia breaking January cold, Lloyd did manage to get some "by Check cattle for lice and, if
the world's energy. And it is estimatedthat consumption of energy is to take it easyon about the middle of the last predicts, "We'll)) still make it hook or crook" and Lloyd has infested, treat immediately Almost all Florida home-
all right if we get a good seen them growing satisfactorily owners agree that shade trees
each of us wastes between thirty century, in ox wagons, driving Lousy cattle under
the highway. This means keeping springwarm and not too He says he picked a present are among the most important
their cattle before them. At
percent and forty percent of the energywe your speed under 55 miles per hour or night they would sleep under wet." The only trouble he sees handful and rode with them on conditions, will lose weight parts of their property. But

consume. even lower if you're not in a hurry and the wagons for protectionfrom is that the cold has hit Plant his dashboard from Tuesdayto rapidly when the time comes to buy

want to enjoy the The least gas the weather, and pos City, too, and now "...they will Saturday,, "and they were Treat cattle for internal new trees either to replace
These are things to contemplate scenery. sibly from Indians. The elder come in at the same time we still good. That's the berrywe parasites, if needed. One of old dying. trees or to land-
is used by your car at speeds around 35 Griffis for do, and may hurt prices." But need, he thinks, and hopes the principle symptoms of scape a piece of property from
if somewhat was looking a good
thoughtfully, sadly, as we
miles per hour. By all means, avoid "stop place along New River to tan he isn't worried too much, for eventually it will come to this heavy infection is a swelling scratch there are hosts of

peruse the sky-high utility bills arrivingin and go" driving, and "jackrabbit" starts.They're cow hides for leather used to he's "never lost money in all area under the lower jaw. This pitfalls
the mail this week. For instance, one condition Is known as "bottlejaw"
murder on gas. Don't idle your make shoes. He spotted a Here are some tips.
consumer we know received a bill for (still called Tan Trough by veterinarians and as
engine for more than two minutes in the Following them can lave
$161 for January utilities, an increase of belief that it's more economical to let it Lake) in New River near whatis Energy Saving Measures "poverty jaw" by cattlemen. time, dollars, and dis-

$;)0 over the amount billed for it now the old Redding place, If corn or other fields appointment
than to start
run up
but continued on south,
December. This is perhaps about haven't been gleaned at this
SOL'KCK: Shade trees
average some increases may be less, And gasoline isn't all. Electric lights, looking location.for Not an finding even one better, he Outlined To RotariansHints late date, let the cattle do so may be bought from local nur

and some undoubtedly more. But it is home appliances, and television sets all and his wagon train crossed at now. series.. state nurseries of !he

enough to be a serious problem for eat energy, so turn them off the minute the "natural bridge" near on how to save energy through plate glass walls are Blackstrap molasses is inadequate Florida Division of Forestry,

households on a fixed income and cer- you're through with them. Unplug what is now High Springs on and still stay reasonablywarm very attractive, they can also supply. U.S. Sugar or ordered from mail-oroer

make fellow and "instant on" TV's, because they use the Santa Fe River, and came in the most frigid be expensive, Hutcheson said Corporation, Clewiston, houses. Keep in mind the de-
tainly enough to a stop when off. back up to the first site, wherehe winter of the century were One pane of single glass will Florida quotes FOB. pricesof tance between the source if
think. energy even they're established his farm and given at the Starke Rotary lose 70 BTU's of heat when the standard blackstrap at $52 the tree and your plantirgsite.

tannery. The original herd of Club last week by Charles outside temperature is 25 per ton. Blackstrap molasses Mail orders from distant

What we should be thinking about is Ranges, dishwashers, and washing cattle increased until it Hutcheson, public relations degrees, while the same area containing urea with a 16 firms are risky because lonj

the fact that unless our society begins to machines also consume their share, so eventually numbered over director with Clay Electric of block wall with 1 inches of percent protein equivalent is shipping periods may allow
1,000Lloyd's. Cooperative, Inc insulation will lose only sevenBTU's $6 .40 the root systems to become
take seriously the need to develop alternate use them sparingly Don't preheat your per ton. This can be fed overheated
dry or crushed
the speaker said. He in old bathtubs
or troughs with
sources of energy, as well as conserve oven more than a few minutes and grandfather, Hutcheson said the best advised the of
use safety
the present sources, the inevitable choose the exact temperature needed. Richard, established a farmon investment that could be rooftop ventilators rater SIZE Usually, a homeowner
two miles southof made by homeowner The wants to the I
a place just of buy largest
any use lickwheels
will make the and than the which
of what is left When
it to washing drying gravity type
rationing comes '
John's, near the site of the whose house is not adequately without adequate roughagecan size tree available, hoping for
hardships suffered this winter seem clothes and dishes, try to run only full old Evergreen Church. He insulated would be to have operate heat continuously from the house, removing be dangerous. The cattle instant shade and beauty

mild by comparison.We loads, and use the shortest drying cycle also had cattle and grew several inches of fiberglass cold weather as well as hot.in will stay by the tanks all day. However, this line of thinkingis
possible. Don't use these appliances cotton, which he hauled to insulation blown into the attic. Even though the mixture is often fatal- the larger the

are assured that President Carter between 4 and 8 p.m. When all this is Middleburg, the closest town This would not only hold the Hutcheson also said many fortified with the correct tree, the greater the trans-
the in those days to sell your lint heat in cold weather, but homeowners are surprised to amount of urea, cattle can eat planting shock. Although this
intends to give the energy problem done, look around for luxury fuel users
and buy supplies. It was a would also reduce heat from learn how much heat is lost too much and die from urea shock varies from one speciesto
immediate attention it deserves including that could be eliminated, such as purely three-day trip from Ever- the sun in summer. through operation of toxicity the next because of differences

conservation of present sources, decorative lighting, both indoor and outdoor green to Jacksonville and The advised fireplace. He said studies in root systems,

as well as the development of alternate back, travelling by wagon planning speaker new construction anyone, have indicated that fireplaces Corn is available at a price.If smaller trees usually ex-
solar over sand trails.Hichard's should not be used in conjunction corn grinding facilities are perieces the least shock and
sources. It is ironical that energy, residential or commercial, to
not available, can feed it most readily the
you respond in
something that has been around as longas If your house is old and uninsulated, son, Willie, fatherof keep the use of glass at a systems with, as they other will actually heating whole. Young cattle can spring.

there has been a sun, has received so having a few inches of insulation blown Lloyd was first of the line minimum. Although views of increase the cost of operation utilize whole corn efficiently

little attention and! was actually being into the attic will do wonders in reducingyour to grow strawberries- old a lake or other sceneryA because of loss of heat up the Replacement heifers, to attain .\ItK AM BRANCH ('ONDITIUN : ;-

used in more practical ways back in the loss of heat in winter, and keepingout about Klondike a mile variety west of on Lawteyon a farm chimney. He also advised adequate minimum growth of 5 should pounds be feda its bark: ; has Don't been buy a tree badly if

19th century than it is today. heat from the sun in summer.If what is now State Road 225. and weatherstripping doors. for windows head daily. per gashed or branches broken;

Lloyd was born there in 1912, wounds are common door

The new Administration is being you're building a new house, and helped work berries as a Hutcheson said that while Citrus pulp is also available.It ways for disease-causing

looked to for greater emphasis on this remember that those big picture win boy before going into farmingon the United States has only six too, is high in price. bacteria and fungi.BItINCHING .

crisis, but much of its program will be his own with a newer per cent of the world's popula- However, during an
dows may give you a nice view if you in the belt : ; FORM: -
for the future. variety known as Mis w tion, it uses 30 cent of the emergency citrus
long range development can afford to spend a lifetime paying for sionaries.He world's energy per It is estimatedthat there is a large tonnage of wet Certain species of trees, suchas

What we need now is emergency conservation it. Single pane glass loses 70 BTU's of from 30 to 40 per cent of pulp available you can dumpthe maples, dogwoods, and
of our present energy sources recalls that farmers of wet pulp in the pasture, redbuds, are especially likely
outsidett'mpt'rature used in this
heat foot when the Family la A energy country is
per square unit com-
the early days used to grow but some form of a protein to develop weak V-shaped
immediately! At the rate we're going, wasted and this must if
is 25 as compared with everything they needed for posed not only of children, stop supplement must be fed forks Such trees are to
it is only a matter< of time before we run seven BTU's lost by the same area of family consumption, except but of men, women, an we are to have enough fuel for splitting during prone storms,
homes and
out and that time could be sooner block wall with one and a half inches of coffee, tobacco, and flour occasional animal, and the future industry Hutcheson in the Chicken manure or litter especially as the tree-crown
common cold. near said.
than we think if we have another winter insulation. can be used to supply becomes heavier. If you haveno

like this one.We adequate nitrogen for protein choice but to purchase a V'l 1
ORID4 needs and also some energy. forked tree, prunt off the poor
old habits of These are things to think about as you t BRADFORD Do not exceed 25 percent of er half of the crown while the
must change
our scratch your head and bite your nails 4 H -SINCE the ration with this product. If tree is young; within a few|!
wasting energy, like there was no palatability is a problem, years. the tree will
over this month's utility bills. It may be : itp. hardly
tomorrow and start habit of anvr 1879r- lower the show \
a new little comfort to know that they could A14MFrQ /I manure content. where the weak fork
BTU was.
looking for ways to save every we
have been cut ten or fifteen 0y'C
can. It won't be easy but it will be a easily per "Hot mixes" can be used to
cent, or even more by observing the > 1976 BOS' G. FERGUSON supply the protein supple- SIZE Of' ROOT SYSTEMS:
lot easier than facing another winter, JOHN M. MILLER The size of the root
rION system
rules outlined above. ment. However this is
simple a high
like this with fuel tank. Publishers is a key to
one, an empty good growth. If the
to for salt. Make
Published each Thursday and entered as second Oa98 Metter at the Post Office at !btarkt.Ala.: under price pay tree crown is drastically
The "chilling" fact is that all of us will Actof March 3, 1879. sure the cattle have access to broader than theTooi stem,
One important to conserve our an abundance of water when
way have to start paying more attention to Subscription. rate in trade area: $7 per year: $4 six months. this is fed Mix 65 be wary. This holds tr for
is to cut down fuel percent of a
supplies! on
present conservation of sources or Outside trade area: $8 per year: $4.SO six months bare-root and balled-and-byr-
our energy protein meal, 23 percent of
used in homes and offices. President Phone%6305
Starke, Fla. lapped trees, but
even more sw
firewood for next salt and 10 of
start bundling use percent a high
Carter has asked that thermostats be phosphorus mineral for a short tree with a good I
r plement. root system Instead of a tree
for its height alone.

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1 1977 Gainesville ReviewKASUM TRANSMISSION SERVICEGene


THE transmission specialists in the Gainesville area

are located at 2525 North Main Street, phone 372-0:172.:

SRACO COPIER PRODUCTSDivision They can repair ANY make of automatic transmission
and, since they have the exact tools and parts needed, the

of Kroy Industries, Inc. job is done right the first time! If you haven't guessed by
now, we're talking about IHISI1 GATOR AU'IOUATIC

The modern business the latest In TRANSMISSION SERVICE.:
require very automation to speed the work process and
allow all systems to function smoothly. great way to take a lot of the work out of those com A phone call will make an appointment for a free inspection -

I raolR AU11NI11lCININ CdYRIONIEO I.?..,UlNNIa plicated duplicating problem areas like bookkeeping, accounting and inventory sheets is to and a complete estimate will be provided BEFORE :-
M RNIUM NIIYNRIO.v COMMUNITY NFWIIMIRIOCINTII look into the many new and exciting copiers offered by SRACO COPIER PRODUCTS: YOUR : any repairs are begun. Your car can be picked up
Litton Industrial Royal Copiers dealer. Located at 210 N.W. 10th Avenue In Gainesville, by their tow truck if it cannot be driven. And, guess
phone 377-8211, this respected firm specializes in all types of modem duplicating equipment. what? Your car will be usually out the same day it goes/: In

They have a full line of the very latest copiers. There's one that s just right for office! so that you are not inconvenienced!
RAFFERTY MACHINE & TOOL INC. Just call and their courteous "systems analyst" will be happy to look over your operation your and As the editors. of this 1977 Review we urge/ you not to
recommend the best machines for your particular needs. pay for inferior work. Sec HUSH GATOR AU'IOMAIICTRANSMISSION ;

George Rafferty, Sr. President The authors of this 1977 Review are pleased to be able to recommend SRACO( COPIER : SERVICE for transmission work because
PRODUCTS to all of readers. the very best costs no morel!
Automotive men industrialists our i iI
manufacturers, agriculturists and others requiring I
precision machine work in the Gainesville area have come to depend on the RAFFERTY
MACIIINE AND TOOL INC, for custom lathe and machine services.

Conveniently located at 2809 N.E. 20th Way in Gainesville, phone 373-8-186, this reputable GATE CITY CARPET AMERICAN FENCE & SPRINKLER
company has established an enviable following of satisfied customers because they turn out
jobs on schedule and produce the kind of quality that brings their clients back again and again! CENTERSA
With the type of precision equipment required for a perfect job every time, the RAF George Stewart Owner

FERTY MACIIINE AND TOOL INC. is the region's leading machine shop. They can handle
world of beauty awaits at GATE CITY CARPET: What home improvement valuable its and in- I
fabrication and production work as well as heli-arc welding and other speciality jobs. Before you protects your property, improves appearance
you let anyone do YOUR machine work,check with this well established concern! The authorsof CENTERS in Gainesville at 576 N.E. 23rd Avenue. This creases the value at the same time? W hy, custom-installed. fencing/;, of course, and the place in
this 1977 Review are pleased to recommend this fine shop! outstanding retailer features a most complete selection of Gainesville to get "fenced in"in style is the AMERICAN FENCE: AND: SPRINKLER!
beautiful carpets for your living room, your bedrooms Conveniently located at 2800 N.W. 74th Terrace on Highway 411, 1 mile north of the
.. ki .hen and bath. Patrol Station 375-6833 this contractor offers the
your dining room .even your They Highway phone outstanding fencing
VAR HEYLLINCOLNMERCURY handle a full line of colors, styles and designs to com- homeowners of the area the utmost in quality and lasting beauty in a wide variety of fences.

pliment any decorating scheme and will gladly offer their Businesses and industries can greatly benefit from the chain link fencing offered here and the

GLENN DISTRIBUTORS INC.From assistance in helping you select the style that's just right prices are very reasonable. For homeowners, their certified pressure treated pine fence IN

for your home or office. very beautiful and durable.

the carpet mill to you! That's the way GLENN INC. Vinyl floor covering is also featured here and you can Let their skilled estimator measure your property to see just how little it costs to have the I

DISTRIBUTORS INC does business! This respected select the vinyl floor covering of your choice. peace of mind and the added property value that this beautiful addition can offer!!! Agriculturists
carpet and (floor covering dealer specializes in volume Once again the LIN Custom designed from the fabric of your choice to fit and other people can greatly benefit from the sprinkler and irrigation hy stems

buying directly from the manufacturer, and he passes ('OLN-MEItCURY car man- your windows exactly! That's the way draperies are madeat featured here.

the savings on to you in the form of some of the lowest ufacturers have proved GATE CITY CARPET CENTERS where every set of The experienced crew from AMERICAN FENCE;:' : AM:\ SPRINKLER:\ will install your new

prices on name brand carpet anywhere.With thier superior knowledge of beautiful drapes are "designed originals" especially for fence in a short period of time and..pretito! 1 he value of your property has increased nl li'iixl 1

show rooms and warehouse located 1333 N.6th .\\'. automobile engineering by you! by the cost of the job! What better way to enhance the beauty of your home and lawn? 'I lie
Street in Gainesville, phone 377-7311: this carpet discount { giving people what they Courteous, friendly personnel will be happy to come to editors. of this 1977 Review urge you to call George Stewart today and find out more about
house has the selection, the service and the valuesto have been looking for since your home and show you the latest samples of fine fabricsof fencing: the wise investment!
keep customers coming back again and again. They doa the beginning of the auto- all types. Their experience in interior decorating can

lot of business with contractors and interior decorators, mobile industry. They offer help you choose the style and fabric which will best compli- COLON THOMPSON GRASSING
who must buy their materials at the lowest possible cost smoother and faster performance ment your: interior design. Once ,you have made your CONTINENTAL WATER ,

in order to make their profit. Why pay more, when you and at prices within selection, their skilled craftsmen will construct your

can buy famous brand carpeting at wholesale prices? everyone's reach. drapes to the exact measurements of your windows. CONDITIONING INC.CO. .
GLENN; : : DISTRIIIUTOItS INC.: want. to supply you The dealership to see is The writers of this 1977 Review urge you to make this

with the carpet you want at a price you can afford. The VAR IIEYL LINCOLN- fine retailers your one-stop carpeting headquarters. ., INC. Crevasse's Landscaping & Nursery

writers of this l'J77 Review suggest that you visit them ... !MERCURY INC. at 2201 Norris Roszel President
soon! North !Main Street in Colon Thompson OwnerThe

Gainesville, phone 372-1251,
CONTINENTAL You want a b'aulifull.n. but just don't have
say you
for a deal to beat the others.W GAS
WATER: CONDITIONINGCO. :'\ :\ :\ the time to spend tilling/:, seeding, and caring/ for the grassas
CENTRAL PAINT STORES INC hen you purchase a car ., INC.: is located at 2821 it /grows? The answer to your problem can he solwdquickly .
I from this well known the :NORTHERN'
agencyit / Dmtributors of reliable NORGAS NE 21st Way in Gainesville, and easily h\ railing/ ... Colon 'I 1 Imtnpson Grassing.Inc. ; ;
does not mean that the CO. and of
: the admiration
PROPANE\ ( have won respect
phone 3767833. Toll free for all sodding/, te'codinand/ sprigging, work
duality comes in hundreds of colors at the CENTRAL transaction is closed forthey your : :
honest and business
PAINT: STORES INC.:\ ; As. Benjamin Moore Paint area residents for their neighborly line is 18003421103. Located at 2015! !-I.I-:. Hawthorne Kernel in (;Gaim-sv,.
your that '
realize pleasing a deliver !NORGAS in both bulk and
practices. They
dealer, this respected community member features Since the beginning/ phone 372-8546. AH one of the leading turf farmers in this 1
customer means success to bottled. forms and the immense for
EVERY: IMILK: THINK:\ ( you'll need to do a truly them. have at the dis- assume responsibility time, water has been as Important area they "install"a"carpet of law n" in a mutter of ju-t u
They heating of the home and farms in this section. Any'
many as any other one few days! ,And for all of needanil quality"
of and your nursery
professional job painting horn!
decorating your of the of the
poal public one one interested in acquiring the versatility of NORGAS(
Located at ti.'ili: :N.W.' 1.1th Street in Gainesville: substance. Our bodies carrya land+caping. contac't Crevasse's Landscaping und Nut-en
phone and '
most up-to-date com- should them 1421 :N11'53rd Avenue Gainesville
contact at
:376-12SI. this merchant higher percentage of at 2015 S.K. Hawthorne Road phone :1728r16.: : I l-r
outstanding offers of thearpa's
one service and departments
plete parts 372-1121 j and in at
or phone Keystone Heights Highway -
most complete stocks of interior and exteriorpaints water than all other reliable nurseries can given/; you a complete 'varielv "I
in the '
area KM) !North, phone 473-4351 for full information.
stains and elements combined. Need specimens, (such a+ ornamental und shade trees.shrubbery .
varnishes. here
are painting This 1977 Review and its '
:NORGAS) has for economical
\ many advantages heatingand
less to say, good water is perennialsevergreens/ und house,
accessories make the : manv
to job go/; faster, and many little"gadgets" writers highly recommendthat related energy using requirements. Whether you usea essential to good health. plants.
which speed completion of your favorite you make the new and small tank on a trailer or have a large tank for your en- | .
Soft is th
water surest .
decorator Colon 'Ihompson I Grassing; It.. and Crevasse's Landscaping
projects. exciting LINCOLN:\ or !MERCURY tire home, !NORGAS' remains one of your best buys infuels.
Wallpaper? 'Ihey also. have a large assortment of next from way of knowing yo are also andiur..t'ry:\ are in business' to serve ou fairh and.
car .
your -wi. I fighting pollution. This firm reliably. Anyone considering lawn renovation or .ximplv, in'
vinyls textured fabrics and exciting prints. are '
The NOR'IIIERN: PROPANE: GAS CO. also features a
decorator's books will be glad to explain the terested in the best prices in the area on plants should <.li op|
with thousands of ideas
!MERCURY INC.:\ a'dealer full! line of gas burners. and appliances. This is also your reduce
many advantages to by or call Colon 'Ihompson at 3728.rU!j (It.;
tures, and many other items, which you'll want to incor who regards each customeras liar-U Gas Grill Center. Call them for full information
I) pollution by using soft .., "cmlclli.....
into decorating scheme. As the writersof The writers of this I'.177! Consumer's It iew
porate your own a friend before and after regarding the work-saving products available.The .
many gas
It takes less deter
to give our complete recommendation to these outstanding
this 1977 Review, we can say with assurance that you'llfind the sale. They also offer a writers of this 1977 Review urge all area. residentsto in and soft
gents cleaning related firms!
FAEKYTIIING: : : you need in one stop at ('EN'1'itA1.PAINT :\ .
good selection of quality think of this fine company whenever they think of LI water also cuts down on
:\ SIOKKS: INC.:\ !
used the onelCARPET !
cars. gas. dependable heating costs.
This also prevents rusting
of pipes and staining of all


Big I : Having on all types of carpeting. That's what FREE. This process Carpet is one of the major items in the interior decoration

dy ing or dead tree can cause considerable damage/; or even present a threat to life in the you'll find at CARPET BROKERS where discount carpet also removes sulfur from of any home. Ite sure hat vou do business with
event of a storm. is the name of the game! water. the area's leading carpet d'eal'rllI'lT: F \SIIIO\s! )

Don't let this situation threaten your property and safety. Removing/; dangerous/; trees is a This "carpet warehouse" is located at 611 :North'\ :Main The writers of this 1977 OF GA1NESMLI.E.: : 'ou'lic.t/: sound advice, the finest
specialty of the SAPP'S TREE: : SURGEONS:'\ AND:'\ SAW !SHOP at 2025 :NW 6th Street in Street in Gainesville, phone 378-8488, and they featureone Review issue would like to carpeting and expert installation in one convenient stop.Located .

(;Gainesville phone 372-95'IS.: Pete and Elizabeth Sapp are the owners and you can contact of the area's largest and most complete selections of take this opportunity to at 4leI.rlh: ) : :Main Street in Cninesv; ill,. phone

them personally. name brand carpeting for every room in your home or stress the importance of :372-KHili' this reliable community leader specializes in
Complete tree care is available from this firm including removal, bracing, cabling, pruning, office. The choice of many leading builders and interior having a service of this type name brand carpeting for every room in your home or

topping trimming, demossing, dead wooding/ stump grinding, and now you can have decorators, this "wholesale to everyone" carpet outlet available in our community. office. Their selection is sery complete and they I will
"immediate shade with hydraulic spades." specializes quality products from some of the'most respected They will be glad to install offer many h..rpfullip"ll to which style to use and what's

These qualified tree surgeons can do the job you need. Free estimates are given and the carpet mills in the country. They offer complete and service a soft water system the best. value for the mone.v Iheir professional staff i is

firm makes its tree experts available anywhere in this area. Complete equipment for every service including installation and repairs, too. in your home. We sug- constantly' researching and anlll)/inK the market to find

job is carried on promptly dispatched trucks.. CARPET BROKERS CAN save you money on carpets. gest you not wait another the latest advances in carpet t..c'hll"Iand/: new pro
Thinking doing/ it yourself. SAPP'S '. REE: : SURGEONS: : :\ AND:' SAW SHOP are your "full Their volume buying policies and their remarkably low day,but telephone them and ducts for your floors.
service" dealers for I'oulanlc'uUough: and Homelite chain saws. They offer sales service overhead are the reasons for the low prices. Don't buy receive complete informa In compiling this Review for 11177.! we, the authors,

and warranty work on these fine brands. ANY carpet until you've seen the selection and the unbelievably tion on soft water service would like to take this opportunity to other our run
Don't put yourself out on a limb I.et the professionals at the SAPP'S TREE: SURGEONS:'\ low prices at this leading/ carpet discount this! fine firm can offer you. gratulations to C.HI'TSIIJIIIoi: : OF GAINKS-; :
do the job. house \ 11.1.1for: their part in the growth/; the community

This 1977 Review and its writers recommend this firm for complete tree care. The authors of this 1977 Review urge all of our readersto

check with this! leading carpet supplier... first!


Victor Simons Owner I GAINESVILLIThe E: BONDED WAREHOUSE, INC. J. Howard President

Specialists in all types of plant, residential and special event security. IIOHAKII(
don't do it the
When it comes to remodeling you it the "Agent for Allied Van Lines" !SECURITY SERVICES: has some to be known as one of the region's. leading guard/; and patrol
slow, tlmt't'oRHumlndoityourself/ way.o easy service.
:\OIUIIEH\i I :\ ('ONSTRUCTIONl'O.at :\ :'\
carefree way by' calling world's number one movi rr, Allied Van Lines has! an outstanding agent in the Gaines- Located at 501 S.W. 75th Street in (;Gainesville their 21! hour phone numbers are: 3721373: I : :
57th 'I't'rraceln Gainesville; phone 373M)28. -
2220 :\\i.\\ vine area and we're talking a bout, the GAINESVILLE:'\ BONDED:\ : WAREHOUSE! 'this and 375-8162. This well known security force will put men where you need them radio
(; ) and letting/ skilled alteration specialist do the job community-minded firm is one of the cornerstones of the business community and they've equipped anytime, 24 hours a day. In your store in your plant at your entrance points...

right the first time! the been helping local people with t leir moving problems for over 25 years. wherever, whenever, there's a need for security services,they can provide it! hey're I ex pert.
hat the knowledge and
'I I his. quality-conscious firm andthey'll Located at 3500 :N.E.' : Waldo R tool to handle most any addition or remodeling job and way to pack your goods so the'y won't be damaged during transit They treat each piece Licensed and bonded by the !State, HOUARD) !SECURITY SF.RICES! : offers regular
think! (Call today get
do it fur less than the you'd nicest home in the entire of your delicate china with the same care that your antique table gets. "We move families patrols of your neighborhood. It's very economical when several businesses or neighbors/; /gel
on your way to having not just furniture." together to hire a uniformed /guard to patrol the area AND:\ the crime rate takes alrutic drop

neighborhood. Trust GAINESVILLE:\ : BOND:\ )'KI: ) WAREHOUSE, your local Allied Van Lines agent to when armed guards are on the job! The authors of this 1977 Review know )"..'11 enjoy (ho
:\ CO.'s reputation Iswell
:NORTHERN: :\ \ in the local area. Let handle all of your business and |personal moving.They also have complete storage and ware- caliber of service that this qualified firm provides!
with homeowners
established house facilities throughout the e..Duntrv.. Allied...the only wav to move!
their years of skill and experience work for you on floor your The writers ';f-this 1977 Review; iet that all or our readers choose the nation'snumber
it's a room addition a new or
next project.'hetht'r AUTO BODY
one mover: Allied. CLASSIC
just repair work, the authors of this 1977 Review don'tthink
you'll be able to do better than to contact this
reliable firm for your needs! CLYDE'S BRASINGTON One of the region's/ best known custom car and truck
painters is the CLASSIC! AU'IO: BOD ..specializing

COCA-COLA quality service for all types of custom painting for your
GAINESVILLE TIRE & BRAKE SERVICEClyde CADILLAC-OLDSMOBILE INC.With car for your particular taste and personality, where

everyjob it an original/ especially for you.
BOTTLING CO. Whaley OwnerThe Located for your convenience at 1619 Hawthorne Road
their lineup of new 1977 models, the people at in Gainesville; phone 376-1501: ) this established firm
Stone Sales ManagerFrom area directly responsible for many automobile CADILLAC-OLDSMOB1LE) ) have demonstrated once specializes in the kind of custom painting keeps;
Ralph accidents is the braking system. If your car ;isn't capableof again that they're one of America's leading automobile people coming back again; and again/ and telling their

its beginning Coke has been making people smile slopping quickly, the results can be very costly in manufacturers. There's a new Cadillac or Oldsmobile friends. It's this person to person recommendation that
with refreshment from the first drink to the end of the terms of money and even lives! Be sure that your car's that's just right for you and in Gainesville there's a dealerthat's hat earned CLASSIC! ALTO BODY their position a'l thelocallead..r

bottle. \\hv.It'. become a legend; In It'l own time! brake are always working/ their best by stopping in at just right too! We're talking about the BRAS. in automobile custom painting Stop in today
Bottled in this area by, the GAINES: :\ : > ILLS: ('Of'A-COLA the CLYDE'S TIRE AND:\ ) BRAKE !SERMCE: for a INGTON:\ :'\ CADILLAC-OLDSMOBILE: : INC:\ at 2001N.11' and see what we mean for yourself! Ask for Doug, the

nU"rl.Il'O.: : ., (,'O"a'ol.. is still very much around andjust thorough/ safety Inspect ion.This well known firm. located :'\ 13th St., phone 378-5301: and they're just owner and he will help you in every way possible.
waiting to refresh you at work, at home..anytUne! at 915 East: University Av.nueln Gainesville, phone 3779681 waiting to make you the deal of a lifetime on a new When you bring your car to this outstanding/: body and

This outstanding distributor located at 929 East: is the place to go for complete brake and wheel Cadillac or OUmobile. paint shop, you can rest assured that the work will be
University Avenue in Gainesville, phone 376-5397, stands service. A quick inspection will tell the pro. at this Whether you're looking for a roomy family car, or a done to your exact specification and that the estimatewill

ready to keep The (Real Thing coming to you in bottles. reliable concern if there Is any problem with the brake gas-saving economy model you'll find just what you wantat match the final statement From a small crease to a
in Whether automobile this respected dealership. A wide variety of finance
or steering your car. your
on tap. roll-over you can do no better than to trust your car to
'"rwn".1.tore? A gas station? You need Coke on the spell! employ a disc or drum braking system, they have the plans makes it easy for you to drive away in the model of the experienced pros at this shop. They can refinish and
willappr.clat.lt and your employees wlUapprt'date part.,the tools and the knowledge; to fix it properly. your choice '
Your customers repaint ANY:\ car or truck, foreign or domestic Their 'I i
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have or where you are, the GAINESVILLE: ,: 'OCA- the live of other. The authors of this 1977 Review has a complete repair department a. well as parts and beautiful.The .

COIA you BOTTLING:\ COMPANY:\ can supply you with suggest! you make an appointment for a brake and wheel accessories 'They're the "fuUy- qulpped" dealership! authors of this t 1977 Review urge all of our reader
vending machine., fountain equipment, bottles or cans to inspection with CLYDE'S TIRE AND: BRAKE SER; The author of thi. 1977 Review suggest that YOU top to make this fine company your first choice for the best in' s

fit your need Give >m a call-today! MCE. in at this outstanding firm... today! auto body work and custom paintlnarwrv. /(!

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Obituaries This Chaplain

Rodman Reddish Reddish Dairy for many years Reddish, Baptist Missionaryto Funeral services were held r V.rs
before his retirement. Mr. Peru, South America, and Wednesday. February 2, in r
Rodman D. Reddish, 69 of Reddish was a member of the Mrs. Joe Ann Johnson of Pine Level Baptist Church I Inmates Are Coming From. .
the Bayless Highway sectionof Pine Level Baptist Church. Jacksonville; two brothers: with pastor Rev. Roman '
Starke died at his residence Survivors include his G.B. and Joe Reddish, both of Alvarez officiating. Burialwas
Sunday night, January 30, fol- widow, Thelma Alvarez Raiford; two sisters: Mrs. in Conner Cemetery with by Pat I Honour .donations. 25 businessmenand
lowing a lingering illness. Reddish; one son Marshman Hazel Perdue and Mrs. DeWitt C Jones Funeral I BCT Staff Writer Presently church people travel to
Born in Raiford October 27, Reddish of Starke; four Blanche Gaines, both of Home of Starke in charge of H.er" 4 monthly to talk
Austin Brown chaplain at FSP twice
1901, Mr. Reddish lived in daughters: Mrs. Marlene Jacksonville; 14 grand arrangements. that are
has the
Florida Prison with
State a
Bradford County for over 42 Murwin of Jacksonville, Mrs. children and three great of the 1. isolated from the rest of the
He had operated the Alice of Starke Gail unique understanding
years. Kenney grandchildren
T. LearnMrs. The
Margaret Durrell Glenn inmates that come to him to prison population.
talk, telling them "I know volunteers visit the men on
|ISONNY'S where are coming from, I death row and others who will
1977 Gainesville Review Margaret T. Learn, 77 To Address you
Com. into the
Starke,died Friday afternoon, have been there myself. never be allowed
January 28, in the Bradford Once an inmate himself in general population.
County Hospital following an BusinessmenEvangelist the Florida prison system, A Southern Bartlst". Brownis
extended illness. Brown was serving a 15 year a member North
FAT BOY BARBEQUESonny Born in North Carolina, gospel singer, sentence for manslaughterthat Central Baptist Church in
August 17, 1899 Mrs. Learn composer and record producer had been reduced from a Gainesville and says his
moved from Jacksonville to Darrell Glenn will be 2nd degree murder charge church work is his hobby. He
Tillman President Starke in 1966. Mrs. Learn the guest speaker at the when he says he "found the spend his off time traveling
formerly worked as a designer Starke Chapter of Full Gospel Lord. around the country and says
Famous for their delicious barbequed foods, SONNY'S FAT BOY'S BARBEQUE HAS for a florist and was a Business Men's Fellowship Born and reared near Chief. his present concern "is

THREE locations: Waldo Road, phone 378-5161; 3610 SW 13th, phone 373-3339; and Highway member of the Main Street International dinner meeting land, Brown, 47, left home / building up prison
301 in Starke, phone 964-8840. Baptist Church of Jacksonville Friday, February 11, at 6:30: when he was 14 and joined the ministries.
Navy. Unable to abide by the His wife, a former home i
.m. 'm the Restaurant
from miles p
People around frequent this unique house of fine barbeque food specialties. Survivors include her military rules and regula- economist in Gainesville, is
Their menu Is one of the most exciting you'll find anywhere, the food they serve is equally husband, Leon A Learn; one Glenn produced the last tions, he was continually in b-- now a housewife taking care

delicious. daughter, Mrs. Margie three Kenneth Copeland record trouble and received a dis- of their 19 month old girl. He
Their restaurant specializes in pit barbeque,ribs, beef,pork,chicken and steak. Stephens of Lake Worth; two albums and recently recorded honorable discharge. He was & adds "She !is a wonderful
In the clean,modern kitchen,their food is prepared by experts in the art of fine cuisine, and sisters, Mrs. Hattie Frazier of his own album "Cryingin drafted into the Air Force and J.l', .} Christian wife."
out of only the highest quality foods. Jacksonville and Mrs. the Chapel" The song spent three years but was -- lie views his relationshipwith

The editing staff of this 1977 Consumer's Review take this opportunity to give our whole- Mildred Vincent of Tampa, "Crying in the Chapel" was continually in trouble, every- Former inmate turned the church "a two-fold
hearted recommendation to this fine restaurant for delicious food and friendly service, and and one grandson. composed by his father, Artie where he went. prison preacher, Austin ministry. You have to put
suggest that our readers enjoy a dinner soon at SONNY'S FAT BOY'S BARBEQUE or call Funeral services were held Glenn. An alcoholic Brown drifted Brown, tells how he found something in to get something
ahead to get your order at home or on a picnic. Monday. January 31, at the Dinner reservations are required and was in and out of many religion! while !serving a 11; out."
graveside in Restlawn and must be made by jails because as he describeshis year sentence for manslaughter -
Memorial Park Cemetery in 12 noon Friday. Reservationscan life "it was the only life / .
HOLLANDER'S Jacksonville with Rev. Ed be made by calling theMorning style I knew" Always in Mobile Home
Clements officiating DeWitt Sun Health Food trouble with the law, Brown his release in 1968 and con-
MARVIN KAY'S MUSIC CENTERThe C. Jones Funeral Home of Store in Starke or the Lake figures he spent 15 years of his tinued working at the Sugar Tag Renewals
HYDRAULICS, INC. Starke was in charge of Dwellers or Ed Longnecker in life in various jails in Florida Can Growers Coop across
services. Keystone Heights. Reservations and other states from the prison. He worked
When you need a new leading music bhop in the area just has to be are not required for At FSP for three years as there for almost five years Are Past Due
Prentice hydraulic loader, MARVIN KAY'S MUSIC CENTER! Here you can find the singing speaking and associate chaplain Brown is while evangelizing in all the
backhoe, crawler, case everything you need for most any type of music. William. Bell ministry portion of the one of three chaplains that Florida prisons. Mobile home owners in
skidder, or any type of Located: at 2929 Northwest 13th Street in Gainesville, meeting which will start at serve the 1,400 inmates. He Chaplain Brown explainshow Bradford County are reminded -
William M. Bell SO, of Lake works alongside ChaplainMax he happened to come to Collector J.R.
loader for your warehouseor phone 377-5810, this quality-minded store features all 7:45: p m The public is invitedto by Tax
Geneva died in the V.A. Hospital attend Jones who he credits with f'SP. "The Lord had preparedthe Kelly that the deadline for
there's types of band and orchestra instruments brass
plant, only one including: ""
Gainesville the Lord. he sent Max here
in Monday "leading me to way up purchasing license tags for
name you need to know: woodwinds, strings, percussion and others. Brand names at about before I came
night. Jones was chaplain a year these units was midnight
HOLLANDER'S HYDRAULICS are featured of course, and there's even a rental-purchase Mr. Bell moved from his native ST. EDWARD'S Glades Correctional Insti- here. So you can see the handof January 31. Old tags are now
INC. Con. plan for the beginning student. Connersville, Indiana to Rev Patrick Foley tution in Belle Glade when the Lord in this thing all the delinquent and the owners will
veniently located at 5516 Electric guitars, organs, and bass guitars are on display the Keystone HeightsMelrosearea Brown began his 15 year way" be subject to citation by the
NW 13th in Gainesville, here with an amazing selection of units in all price ranges. in 1960. He was a retail Masses: Sunday 11 a.m., sentence In an interview with Brown believes in phim talk Florida tag inspector.
phone 376-5319, this fine Amps, speakers,PA. systems and other equipment for the liquor dealer formerly Tuesday 8:30: a.m. Wed- Chaplain Ray of the Inter- to inmates and says a lot of Kelly said that only about 50
company offers completesales modern group is likewise shown in great abundance. operating the Blue Pines Storein nesday 6:30: p.m:, Thursday 6 national Prison Ministry, trimmings are not necessary per cent of mobile home tags
service and rentals !MARVIN KAY'S also specializes in band instrumentsfrom Putnam Hall and Bill's p.m. followed by St. Blaise Brown said "For the first two He understands they are rebellious had been renewed by the
Package Store in Melrose. Mr. Blessing of Throats Friday or two and a half months I just like he was. "I can deadline and advised ownersto
both and used. also students to professional quality. The mid-winter
new They step- Bell served in the U,S. Armyin 8:30: a.m., Saturday 7 p.m. watched Max, I was lookingfor relate people, I know where comply with the law immediately
offer hydraulic pumps for up sale in now in progress. World War II and was a Confessions: Saturday 6:30: the gimmick. Living for 37 they are coming from." .
just about any and all of The writers of this 1977 Review are proud to suggestthis member of the St. William's p.m. or upon request. years knowing that you don't Thechaplain's office is opento If the title to the mobile
your equipment needs. fine music store to all of our readers. We know that Catholic Church in Keystone C.C.D. Classes: Grades 1-6 get something for nothing. I inmates for discussion and home is in the owner's name
Their materials handling )ou'll make beautiful music togetherlMillERBROWN Heights. Sunday 9:30: a.m., Grades 7-12 was just looking for It. But I rap sessions Chaplain Brown and it is parked on the owner's
consultants will be glad to Survivors include his Wednesday 7 p.m. soon found out it was no says many men come to that property and occupied by the
advise you as to which widow, Frances C. Bell; his Altar Society Meeting gimmick and Max meant part of the prison just to havea owner it may be eligible for
model will best suit your MOTORS INC. parents Mr. and Mrs Marion Tuesday, February 8 at 7 p.m. what he said, that God had already quiet place to think. homestead exemption t throughthe
particular needs. They offer M. Bell of Connersville In- Those attending are invited to forgiven me and lie Protestant services are held Property Appraiser's
diana; one daughter, Mrs bring two canned goods or wanted to accept me into his each Sunday morning with office. Such units are coveredby
easy terms and have a great Economy and style come in several brands at MILLER- Cynthia B. Brown of staple items to participate in family After two and a half rap sessions in the evening. RP tags, which cost only
stock of reconditioned units "MOTORS: INC. Here you can select the gas- Columbus, Georgia; three the "Penny Sale" followingthe months I went down to the Visiting preachers, priestsand $1.l and do not have to be re-
too! saving import which Is just right for you because this well sons William M. Bell Jr. of business meeting. altar and gave my life to the rabbis serve inmates of np\\'cH annually
Smart businessmen from known dealer features all of the 1977 models of Volks- Gainesville, Donald L. Bell of Lord Jesus Christ." other faiths. Any religion thatis M't! >lie homes parked on
all over this section have wagen, Porsche' and Audi! ALL you have to do is stop in Crystal River and John M. Members of St. Edward's Brown spent almost five recognized such as Muslimor rented property or in mobile
found that they can dependon Gainesville at 4222 N.W. 13th Street and U.S. 411 Northor (Mike) Bell of Lake Geneva Parish and friends enjoyed a years in Glades and with the Buddhist are allowed to home parks are subject to :Mil

HOLLANDER'S HYDRAULICS phone 376-4551 to arrange for a test drive in the unit of and two grandchildren.The covered dish dinner in the cooperation of the superintendent conduct their worship ser tags which range in price

INC.: to setupa choice. Rosary will be recitedat parish hall on Sunday. he worked with vices. from $::1;) to $tn.\:; depending on
loader to do just the job your 8 p.m. today (Thursday. January 30. Following the inmates and outside the prisonas "We don't push Christianityon length of unit
With service and
a complete department expert Feb 3)) the DeWitt. Jones ," said Brown, there
in dinner entertainment was en- an evangelist He gainedCARDOFTHVNKS anyone All other vehicle license
need. With their
they experienced foreign car mechanics: this is one dealership which maintains
Chapel with the funeral mass joyed with the "One of a are no closed services. Brown plates now at 12
parts and service that service after the sale is what separates a great scheduled at 11 a.m, Friday in Kind" Barbershop Quartet views non-participation by midnight on the expire date of the
department, this is one dealer dealer from all the ordinary ones. But don't take our word the St. William's Catholic from Gainesville. Dave area ministers. as a "sad owner's birthday and should
who won't let you down. for it. Stop in today and talk imports with the "small car Church with Father Michael Kolonia explained that situation! 'There is no community lx' purchased within a 10.day
The writers of this 1977 Review specialists." You'll see what quality and service are all Williams officiating. Burial proceeds received from their Our daughter and I would involvement even with \period prior to that t date Kelly
urge ALL companies in about! will be in Melrose Cemetery. entertaining go to a home for like to express our deepest ap- many employees being from said.
need of quality industrial The authors of this 1977 Review suggest that YOU children who cannot speak. preciation to the many won- the area, said Brown
equipment to contact this make MILLER.BROUN: :MOTORS INC. YOUR headquarters Their group plans to participate derful friends in Starke for Visiting minister' and
reputable firm... first! in a concert at the their love and prayers duringthe laymen are all volunteers who
for and trouble-free !
economy driving Scouting'i Gainesville IlIgh School on illness of our loved one. devote time and travel ex
: February 25 and 26. And the beautiful expression penses to visit the prison to sit
i in words to comfort us this and talk, conduct Bible study I'kkin Their Own
Newsby About !lU) percent! past week. God bless each and hold rap sessions with the
COMPUTING SERVICESMarc Christmas! Seal) one. inmates. Books, pamphletsand bciric"itiimn' \\isnmsln art
Carolyn Eaves now being harvested btht
Judy materials that come to the
964.5812 and Iris Van Sickle customers themselves
Todd President Campaign Behind chapel library are all

Dealing in quality COMPUTING: SERVICES, Business and Scientific: have made quite a Girl Scout cookie time is Goal For 1976 \w
name for themselves! throughout the local area. This is one firm where people know they can here'! '

place, their complete trust and confidence and that they will be treated fairly. Members of our Junior and Bradford County is $138 w \

COMPUTING: : SERVICES is located at 3501 West University Avenue in Gainesville, phone Senior troops are presently short of last year's ChristmasSeal

372.5540.They've been there since 1965 and they are dedicated to the proposition that every. taking cookies. If orders have for not your yet Campaign figure of $1,387 /'
one deserves the same pt'rionalservlce that their biggest customers receive! You can proveto you according to Reese R. Bohn
been approached, please
yourself by calling or stopping by and see if this well.known company doesn't take better contact your favorite Scout to chairman Florida Lung
care of YOU! order. Association Northeast
place your
In compiling this recommended Review for 1977, we the authors, are pleased to recommendand This year we are selling two Committee.
endorse this outstanding firm and we urge all area residents to contact them wheneveryou new flavors: Cheddarettes "In fact in all of northeast
need complete data processing service! crackers and Chocolate Chip Florida we are 11 percent behind
the 1976 figure
addition to
cookies in our
Lemon Cremes, Chocolateand Even reaching that level will 4 1.I
WICKER Vanilla Cremes, Scot- not cover a shrinking dollar

HULL AUTO PARTS AND MACHINE SHOP Teas Mints and Savannahs. and A higher reminder costs according" says Bohn.to i (
The cookies will be delivered
J.C. Hinson Owner early in March and will cost donors Bohn. will who did be not sent contributethis to past
SHOP $1.25.
When it comes to auto parts, leading mechanics: and February 22 is Girl Scout >ear "We are counting on %

garage/ operators in this area rely on the HI'LL AUTO Tasteful, stylish and definitely Thinking Day On this day County extra residents effort so to we put are forthan not % 1 4

PARIS AND: ) :MACHINE: : !SHOP to get the items they unique! These are each year. Girl Scouts and forced to cut programs which

need in the shortest. possible time. But what about the just a few words which could Girl their Guides everywhere and send them join help these patients," says

guy who wants! to repair his car himself? Well take heart describe the WICKER around thoughts the world that all Bohn. p

do.it.vourhflfers, because this outstanding parts house is SHOP, the area's wicker people shall be friends. Many The Christmas Seal Cam 1r
also'rIlE I ; place for you. paign was started in 1907 to
furniture specialist. troops will celebrate this day I
Conveniently located at 1314 South :Main !Street, in Located at 2408 N.W. 43 with international customs. combat tuberculosis and
( Gainesville, phone 372.1147.! this full line parts house is Street in Gainesville, phone Reports on the meetings will serves as the major source of to

fully stocked HO that you won't have to make more than 3772236. Their selection of follow at a later date. funds for and lung control associations all lung I

one stop when you need auto parts. They feature famous wicker furniture is one of March 6 is Girl Scout prevent diseases. RfAT11ISHpW
names and original equipment items for most any car or the very finest to be found Sunday and the first day of '

truck, foreign or domestic and you will be amazed at the anywhere, and they add Girl Scout Week Religious MEN A q e; N/' a
speed. of their service. services will be attended by SERVICE
their "very special"personalized
own the girls in their uniform on
When it comes to automobile machine work, it pays to service to
Sunday morning. The afternoon
have the job done right the first time. The place that does every transaction. Y'ou'H brings our Neighborhood (',\KTI-KT\hKS PART .
the job right is also the HI'I.L ALTO PARTS ANDM !like doing business with this Event "Do Your \\ALKXKRCISK:
: UHINE: SHOP. Each will William B. Carter, Navy JACKSONVILLE
firm muchas Own Thing. troop
quality-minded as fire control technician WEDNESDAY FEB. 2 thru SUNDAY FEB. 6
This outstanding machine shop can handle the toughest you like their distinctive participate with a troop 1

repairs with the precision that is required of this delicate furniture! They also carry display and a brief programon seaman a crew apprentice member aboard, is servingas the Wll eum JACKSONVILLE Veterans Memorial COLISEUM

work Valve jobs, crank grinding engine blueprinting outdoor pool and patio fur stage. frigate USS Edward Mc. ,

metalizing surfacing, welding and many other servicesare niture. The public learn is invited to Donnell homeported in May- WEDNESDAY (Feb. 2)) . . . . . . 7:30: PM
attend and of
offered by this reliable firm. They have the only Wicker furniture is among our Be port Fla and is participatingin THURSDAY (Feb. 31. . . . . .400: PM & 8:00: PM

Stewart Warner Balancing machine in Gainesville. the most sought after styles watching Scouting for program.posters and the multi nation naval FRIDAY (Feb. 41. . . . . .4:00: PM & 8:00: PM
Do what professionals. throughout the area do... bee the in interior decorating cir future columns troop for time and exercise "Caribex 1 77," SATURDAY (Feb 51. . . 11:00: AM, 3:00: PM & 8:00: PM
HILL At" TO PARIS AND: :MACHINE: : SHOP.) As interior Carter son of Mr and !Mrs (Feb.61.) . .1:00 PM
cles. Ask most any location. SUNDAY . . . : & 5:00: PMass.sasnnnnnuunstusIssasnnunnneauasnstau
writers of this 1977 Review. we know oull like their ser- designer about the We presently have William.Carter of Starke is

\! tremendous variety of prospects of new troops in the a High 1975 School graduate and of joined Bradford thea'y ALL SEATS RESERVED :: FOR BEST SEATS Mall this coupon today I

ice.HALE distinctive arrangements Lake Butler and Hampton S 4.50 S 5.50 S 6.50 ::
in 1975.
:': September ..OS..NUM .
areas! If are interested in ''NGo ING a IAILIY e..eus
MANUFACTURING CO., INC. possible with the quality working with you a troop please "Canbex 1 -77," a five week TAX INCLUDED : Coliseum 300 W.lt Wits, Street Mon C
merchandise available from exercise. Is being conductedoff : Jacksonville, .IOld. 32202 OA' Ain OSAVI

Need a trailer? See the they feature parts and repairs the WICKER SHOP. contact working with me Girl or any Scouts.adult the East coast of the UNDER$1,00 ON 12 KIDS :_ h. C

ares' leading company on all makes of The authors of this 1977 United States and in the S Thursday al 4'00 & 8 00 PM ::: Numbs 01 .J.II bctm. .1 I S P" .tchrt, 1 _

HALE MANUFACTURINGCO. : trailers. Review would like to com Caribbean. Navy and Marine United Friday Afternoon .t 4',00 PM :: Number of J g g1.'EARSI'\ liS por I,dal. 1 .
the US.
units from :
INC.: located at 1650 HALE MANUFACTURING pliment this outstanding Something To Crow .\bout Kingdon. Canada. Brazil and + Saturday Morning .t : AM :: rO'.1' AmI. 01 Ch.._ o. Manq Oder S
N.W. 55th Place in Gainesville CO. INC. is your furniture store for their Poultry is now the leading have
Netherlands! joinedfor TICKETS NOW ON SALE AT ::
beautiful selection of this farm commodity in Georgia, 8111 my 8.nkAm.lud #
phone 378-1756 and best place for trailers for readiness training in anti- COLISEUM BOX OFFICE :
drive away with confidence! several good reasons. They unique and stylish line of despite Its nickname" as "The submarine warfare antiair CIVIC AUDITORIUM HEMLaplrs Slln.lu
Peach State
With years and years of have one of the best home furnishings. defense plus amphibious and MING PARK TICKET OFFICE : 8111 my Master C5are #

experience, this reliable selections.: They give some task group operations. SEARS. Downtown & O'ang ::: Expl Irs Inl.I.nk #
firm has a huge selection of of the best service They The authors of this review The exercise is under the Perk (Ue You s'e" Chege/J :
Seed Agriculture overall supervision of Vice ALL BUDGET TAPE & RECORD : NAM' Day Phone
offer of the best .
for prices.See
hone and cattle trailers some .
recommend that you Henry L. Ellsworth, who be. Admiral John J. Shanahan SHOPS MUSIC SHOP.J< you to choose from. A host this outstanding com came the first U.S. commissioner USN. the Commander of the Beech & St. AugU6IIN : ADDRESS

of other equipment allows pany and its manager, Dee patronize thesemerchants of patents in 1816 personally U. S. Second Fleet. The final MARVIN KAY'S MUSIC CEN- : CITY STar ZIP_ _
you to tailor your trailer to :Main, first whenever you paid for distribution of seeds event of the training w ill be an TER TICKET INFORMATION : NEVER MAIL CASH! M... chug or meny ..d.. P'bl' 10 CITY of JACK.
your exact need They are I need a trailer. The author and plants to U.S. farmers to amphibious landing at Onslow CALL 633 : .
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the areas' specialists in ''of this 1977 Review recommend encourage agriculture's. growth Beach. N.C, during the last SALES INFO. -25','' It.mINd .nv.lop.1 CCH 2.3

I horse and cattle trailer. and Itl! week in February.


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Hampton Water Dispute Aired In CourtThe

t t year-long Bruno this money on the 70-year old
dispute tempt for failing to comply crease month
+ b,r, 1 u cull lt,, between the city of Hamptonand with an October order by asked the Bradford County water system, which now has
Hampton Water Company Tench. The judge had ordered Commission to pass a about 100customers. rates
I ''jfi 11f 11fNt owner Arthur Bruno came a Bruno to provide contmous resolution asking the Public increase request would have
.j tr step nearer to resolution raised monthly rates from
v Mon chlorination and adequatewater Service Commission to step in
i'I $3.65 to $5.15 month. ".
r' day,when Bruno was given an pressure on the system. and regulate the water com.pany. per
F opportunity to file a counter- William Watson of Gaines .
a t suit against the city in effortsto ville Bruno's attorney, told At the time, Welty asked the Members of the city council .
; have his water company Tench that making improve- county to keep the city of have said that once the systemis
franchise voided.In ments was a "financial im Hampton informed of developments up to DER standards and an
u Monday's hearing before possibility" for Bruno and in relation to that independent audit of Bruno's
Circuit Judge Benjamin that Bruno was not to blamefor request, so that it could be books show he is not making a
Tench, Hampton city attorney not making the Improvements present to protest. profit, it would be willing to .
Richard Welty said the city's Bruno maintains he is losing grant the increase.
('Ir disenfranchisement suit In his October order. Tench
would be filed within 15 days, had said that the water
subsequent to which Bruno system failed to comply with H
: will have 15 days to file a health regulations and could .'" UlluOt HOMIS.IH( .".. ,
countersuit. The court will be a menace to public health. &
then decide the matter. The order further stated i
e The Hampton City Council that Bruno had to sub .
voted last month, after refusing stantially comply with the 1J; :: !! I y ." i,
for the second time to order by Nov. 15,which meanthe ; __
raise the water rates in the had to retain a professional
city until improvements in the engineer and submit a pro t tr
system are made to have the posal to include a timetablefor ,I
franchise voided.Department making the improvements r: .1 uT'lITY'
'a of Environmental by Nov. 15. An extension ( JM .. .III HI':, K !Itrlhl, RW4 M t
Regulations was granted on the Nov. [ '
officials had requested Mon- 15 deadline.

-r- day's hearing, asking the After being twice refused by 8:2'
: court to find Bruno in con the city council for a rate in-! i iI

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Brooker 1-H'rwSet Fish "' :
A !! !! FryThe L e.

: k-' Brooker 4-H Club will center to be used as a : .
sponsor a fish (fry this clubhouse.
Saturday. February 5 at 4 Adult dinners are $1.50. Other Models Available --
p.m. at the Brooker Elementary Children plates (((12 years and I
School Cafeteria. under) are 75 cents. Senior Rura.F.nanongAvaHab'. 'p
Proceeds from this will go Citizens ((65 years old and PRICE s 17.663 I

Police (chief Jimmy Itouen. County Judge Kl/ie: Sanders! and limp Citi/en'* Arrest committee "charges" dropped through toward the 4-H CommunityPride over) will be $1 per person. THE GRAND CAYMAN .InB.adtordCoun.y. .
sheriff llolph Reddish remain hopeful that local dtllt"ns"iII donations to the Junior Roman's Club of Staike's :March of Project. For their Everyone is invited to come P O Box 6217 j
I Dimes Drive. project Brooker 4-H'ers are and support the youth in the Jacksonville. Fla 387-4981 )
remodeling the community community 32205 I. .

3 Officials Jailed Here in Dimes Cause I _. --- _.._.__n.n _

Three local officials I LOVE AT SI&HTWlliENTINE'S
remain FIRST
Weekends be
hopt'fulthlt( Bradford County must spent at ndlffl'rent Woman's Club of Starke P.O. I
church each week,
citizens will move to have Box !993!); Starke Florida
each member of the
charges" brought greeting :)20')1):! !) Be sure to include a
againstthem congregation as they enter
innocent verdict :
the guilty or
by "Citizen'sArrest" DAY
and leave the church.
Junior Woman's Club
committee of the
Donations,along with a verdict -
Junior Woman's Club of members will be available to
are being taken through
take donation pledges! by
Starke dropped, through
when the final
February 10
to the 1977\ March of telephone at the following e
results will be released. Donations
[Dimes Drive numbers on Saturday Feb. 5,
may be either mailed ortell'phoilld from 10 to 10 and (t
"You be the judge." in. a.m. pm. &ALE >
members of (the JuniorWoman's By mail checks or Sunday. Kt-b 6, from 10 a.m
money to The
6 p m only telephone
club say in orders, made payable to the :
numbl'rsare i area code \904>
requesting!: donations to I the Junior 'Woman's Club of
:March of Dimes Drive he !4-6J31.: !.I64-K044.( !1I-i\l7)l;! \ :! and i
Slarke. should he sent as soon accompanied by a written as possible to: The Junior }
verdict of guilty or innocent on .,,
the three local officials. .
County Judge Elsie: Sanders --- -------- --- GIVE HER Awhirlpool

Sheriff Police Chief Dolph Jimmy Heddish Bowen and I [ J ( AUTO CEUTERAiiiiiiflTh 1I Whirlpool
who were arrested in an effort!
to help raise funds for the Free
annual :March of Dimes Drive _
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Contributions from local I
citizens will be the deter is ELECTRIC
mining factor in whether the I I PotHolder
three will be returned to jail to
await sentencing!: i if they are DRYER
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Judge Sanders is "charged" Announcing A New Service All Freezer ) I

with violation of county or that's Good News for Car Owners with I She Will Love
durance 14')2\): 307; a zoning
lIrdlll.lI1ce. Junior Woman's Muffler Problems and Tight Budgets! i Now On Sale You For This 0 I IOw

Club members contend the
judge has; been operating!: At Big N LOE 3000
profitable truck farming LIFETIME For All
business in area zoned residential Savings $ 000\G
If convicted. Judge I 168
Sanders faces a sentence of HO)
days in the local strawberryfields GUARANTEEFULL
and a fine of not more I The Ladies
than three bushels of tomatoes
Sheriff Reddish ischarged'
with violation of

county ordinance 1812.412, a
misdemeanor( ( : parking/ violation I Whirlpool
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CHURCH! ACTIVITIES son were Saturday overnight Elementary
Elizabeth Terry guests of their son-in-law and dress is 142 West Call Street, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT ON WANT

CIIUKCH! OF GOD: phone 782.3300 daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C.K. The fifth grade classes enjoyed P.O. Box 1086, Starke, Florida THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Sunday School 10 a.m.. Cowan of Jacksonville, and a presentation about 32091, and file the original with IN AND FOR BRADFORD
Worship Services 11 a.m. and TuesdaY: DrS boon. with ham his parents. Mr. and Mrs. attended church Saturday plants given by Mrs. Diane the Clerk of the above-styled COUNTY FLORIDA.
7 p.m.. Prayer Meeting Wed cornbread..........,,rlca butter, cole, milk.wadneidayi Haw.. appltftauce, John Devore. We are glad to night and Sunday at Antioch Westcott from the Vo-Tech Court on or before February 10. CASE NO. 77-35 CA
nesday 7:30: p.m. YPE Friday Bologna cup macaroni report that his dad is a little Primitive Baptist Church and School. She talked about un- 1977 otherwise a judgment may i
7:30: p.m. and cheese, sweat ...... fruit cup, better. ate dinner at the church. They usual plants and unusual be entered against you for the IN RE: The Marriage of
bticuitt" butter mllK.Thur.d.yi of She relief demanded In the SAMUEL O'NEAL Husbandand
EVERGREEN BAPTIST: attended a birthday party for names plants. brought ADS I
Sunday School 10 a.m.. gravy, meshed Turkey potatott with, grub drmlng'.baant and Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl John North of Maxville various plants for the classesto Petition...
Worship Services 11 a m. and cranberry aauce pun, rolli. butttr, Prevatt during the week Sunday afternoon, which was look at. After the presentation WITNESS my hand and the MARY CAMPBELL O'NEAL: ,
7 p.m., T.U. 6 p.m.. Prayer milk. were: Mrs. Fonzo Prevatt and well attended. each child was given seal of said Court on the 10 day Wife.NOTICE
Meeting Wednesday 7 p.m. Friday' : Tuna,salad' landwlch, potato son, Jackson, Thursday night; two of the house plants to take of January, 1977. OF ACTION
FAITH BAPTIST: Radio chlpt.' ,tweit peaches pall, milk.oatmeal raliln paanutcookie Cecil Whitehead of Kingsley !Mr. and Mrs. Robert !Mc home. GILBERT S. BROWN AS TOMARY: CAMPBELL
Program on WPXE 8 a.m. Lake on Friday afternoon, and Clellan and son, Jeff of Fifth graders are continuing CLERK OF SAID COURTBy O'NEAL RESIDENCE UN. PERSONAL SERVICE
Sunday Bible School 10 a.m.. PERSONALS Mr. Don and two sons on Starke, Mrs. Marjorie Reddish to work on a Respiratory Unit, : Beulah M. Moody KNOWN.
Worship Services 11 a m. and Saturday afternoon. of State Farm, and their which is a part of the Berkeley Deputy Clerk
7:30: p.m., Prayer Meeting Sincere sympathy of the mother, Mrs. Les McClellan Comprehensive Health Pro- YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
Wednesday 7:30: p.m. community is extended to !Mrs Donald Wilkison visited her husband, Les ject. The students are 1/13 4tchg 2/3 action for dissolution of Successful living
GRACE UNITED! !Mrs. Mary Lee Crawford and visited !Mrs. Lattis Rucker in !McClellan in Riverside studying a Torso Model of the marriage has been filed, and you for people who want to
METHODIST: : Sunday School children, because of the tragic Bradford County Hospital hospital, Jacksonville Sunday Human Body and working In are required to serve a copy of STOP drinking and STAY
9:45: a.m.. Worship Services 11 death of her son, Thomas Sunday afternoon. afternoon. learning centers. NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO your written defenses, if any to atopped. Meeting Thursday
a.m. and7p.m., Prayer Circle Robert Crawford, who was Mrs. Register's fifth grade REGISTER it on Petitioner's attorney and Sunday 8 p.m. Phone
Col. and !Mrs William class is still FICTITIOUS NAME whose name and address is 964-5709 or 9645434. 114
Wednesday 9 a.m., Good News killed in a motorcycle accident Mrs. B.L. Wilkison, Sr., leading the schoolin
RAP Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. Sunday afternoon.Mr. Wilson attended the Civilian- visited her sister Mrs. Lattis turning in the most Post box PAUL D. NEWELL Post Office Chriatian Street. l/1312tpd
IIIGIl LNDPTIST: Military Conference at Cocoa Rucker in Bradford County Pursuant to Section 866.09 Box 654 Keystone Heights 3/31 _

Sunday School 10 a.m.. and Mrs. Don Martin Beach Thursday and Friday. Hospital Sunday afternoon.Mrs. tops.Kindergarten classes are Florida Statutes, notice is here- Florida 32656 on or before IIOME REPAIRS Any
Worship Services 11 am. and and family Mr. and Mrs working hard to learn the by given that the undersigned March 7th, 1977, and file the type remodeling, roofs, new
6 p.m., Prayer Meeting Clifford Martin and family, !Mrs Pierce Crews was a Walter Martin and letters of the alphabet, Kenneth Crawford, Rt. 1, Box! original with the clerk of this additions, concrete .work or
Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. and Mrs. Sidney Hansen spaghetti dinner guest of her !Mrs. Sidney Hansen were numbers and colors. Mrs. 25, Lawtey, Florida, 32068, doIng court either before service on painting Free estimates,
1.VnIUPTIST: Sunday gathered at the home of !Mr. nephew and niece !Mr. and Sunday dinner guests of !Mr. Galdden's class is studying business under the firm Petitioner's attorney or immediately phone 9646127. 11/18
School 10 a.m.. Worship Services and Mrs. Ralph Martin and !Mrs. W.F. Atwood and family, and Mrs. Don Martin and Transportation and Mrs. name of "KENNY'S FINA SER- thereafter; otherwise TFChgMOTORCYCLES>
11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.. family on Saturday, January on Sunday. family. Mullins is working with her VICE," 709 South Walnut a judgment will be entered for
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 29 for a family dinner students on a Winter unit. Street Starke, Bradford the relief demanded in the pe-
7:30: pm. honoring Mrs. Walter !Martinon !Mrs. C.R. Crews and Mr. W.S. Crews of Jacksonville Mrs. Nichols kindergarten County, Florida, 32091 intendsto tition.WITNESS
NOItTHSIDE BAPTIST: her birthday. and !Mrs. Tommy Clayton and visited his mother Mrs. children are talking about register said fictitious name my hand and seal
Sunday School 10 a.m.. his father M.A. Clayton of Pierce Crews last Sunday. safety. All four kindergarten under the provisions of aforesaid of this Court on this 28th day of
Worship Services 11 a.m. and Terry Futch of Jacksonville Jacksonville attended Donald classrooms have interesting statute. January 1977. SUZUKI' OF STARKE -
Wednesday Suber's funeral at Keystone !Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Crawford, owner. GILBERT S. BROWN Your authorized Suzukidealer
7 p.m.. Prayer Meeting Beach came down Monday Andy Harveyand learning centers and a very .
Phone 9646020.1640S.
at 7 p.m. night and went coon hunting Heights Friday afternoon.Mrs. Daric of Perry were busy schedule. Dated this 13th day of CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURTBY Walnut |3I)1) South inStuk.
SMYRNA: MISSIONARYIIAPTIST with Tom Tatum, Jr. He Crews returned home Saturday overnight guests of Mrs. Lawrence's class gave January, A.D. 1977 at Starke, : Beulah M. MoodyAs ..|. tfachgAUTOMOBILESUSED
: Sunday School 10 stopped by Tuesday morningon with them and stayed until their parents Mr. and Mrs. her a surprise birthday party Florida. Deputy Clerk
a m.. Worship Services 11 his way home and visited Monday. Her daughter, Mrs. Charles Starling and family recently. Mrs Nazworth 1/13/ 4tchg 2/3 2/3 4tchg 224IN /
am. and 7 p.m., UTS 5:45: his aunt Miss Elizabeth Linda Boatwright picked her and went to church with them Mrs. Denmark and Mrs. Wat
p.m Prayer Meeting Wed- Terry, for a short time. up then. Sunday. son helped with the party. THE CIRCUIT COURT -
nesday at 7 p m. This class is studying Japan IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN 1974 MUSTANG: II 2 plus
ST. JOhI:\'S :MISSIONARY Sincere sympathy of the and has some very interesting THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRAD- 2 hatchback A/C power
HAPTIST: Sunday School 10 community is extended to !Mrs. George Breslin and IRS Has Toll Free Japanese items on display CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR FORD COUNTY leering, power brakes, 4
a.m., Worship Services 11 !Mrs. Linda Lou Griffis because Elizabeth of Jacksonville brought by Perri Guisto and BRADFORD COUNTY. CIVIL ACTIONIn peed, radials, low mileage
a m. and 3p m. on second and of the tragic death of spent the weekend with her Help For Taxpayers Allison Denmark. Mrs. Randy CASE NO.76315IN ((17,000 and mile.take). 12,500 or

fourth Sundays. Prayer Band her husband. Billy Griffis, parents. Col. and Mrs. Johns came to the class and re: The Marriage of FRANCISP. menu 11,600 of $66.47. Phone over pay 964-
:Monday at noon. who was killed in a motor William Wilson. The Internal Revenue Ser showed some very interesting RE: The Marriage of JAMES DANIELS, husband and 7064 or 9645613. Itpd 2/3
cycle wreck Sunday afternoon vice has announced that Japanese puppets and other ROMEY BURNEY, Hus- BARBARA F. DANIELS wife -
Pastor Jim Love of First Florida taxpayers are now items. band/Petitioner, 1964( FORD VAN: e,*.
SCHOOLKS Christian Church Starke able to get federal income tax The Physical Education and CASE No. cellent condition fast sale
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jones visited Mrs. Pierce Crews assistance on Saturdays. classes are starting new units, FRANCES BURNEY,Wife/Res- Phone 9648002 evenings.
The School Advisory Committee and family of Jacksonvillewere Wednesday of last week. Persons will be able to call Tumbling and Speedball. A pondent.NOTICE NOTICE OF SUIT Itchg 2/3
met January 25 and the IRS toll free from any- new introduction to OF SUIT
weekend guests of their program NO PROPERTY ---------------
discussed several items of interest parents Mr. and Mrs. Leon Friends of Les !McClellan where in the state on Satur- Weight Lifting is now being NO PROPERTY 1967 CHEW good traoeportatlon. -
to and other days from 10 a.m. to 2 offered to fifth and sixth Phone 964- 993.
parents Wilkerson and family.Mr. regret to learn that he is a p.m. grade TO: FRANCIS P. DANIELS
citizens. patient in Riverside. Hospital, The toll free number to callis boys who have expressed an TO: Frances Burney, Address Itpd 2/3
The meeting was to the 1-800-342-8.100. interest in this Unknown ---- --------
open and !Mrs. Waldo Pringle Jacksonville. Our prayers are area. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat
and 20-25 and Charles 0. DeWitt IRS The has 1972 FORD 4W), PU V-
public parents Worthington Springs were with him. library two very in- an action for dissolution of
citizens in the Florida District Director said YOU ARE HEREBY 8, 4 apeed. Heavy duty, 20
participated Tuesday dinner guests of their teresting displays sent to marriage has been filed againstyou
meeting This meeting was Mrs. that in past Southside School by the State NOTIFIED, that an action for gallon auxiliary tank
sister Pierce Crews. BenIcCulley! was a Wed- years many Francis P. Daniels, and you S7.000 miles, 13.000.
the first of several planned on nesday overnight guest of his Florida taxpayers have found Department of Trans DIssolution of Matrimony has and required to serve a copy of make topper oil....Phone 96.a- 386.
a !school-by-school and county- :Miss Arthurine Blanchardwas son-in-law and daughter, Mr. the IRS lines to be con portation. !Mapping Florida is been filed against you and you your written defenses if any to 2/3 2tpd 2/10

wide basis designed to get a Friday dinner guest of and !Mrs. Scott Davies, and siderably less busy on Satur- a story in picture form are required to serve a copy of it, on the plaintiff's attorney, ----------------
community input into the :Mrs. Frank Coss. Brent of Pensacola, and a days than on weekdays.The showing the new techniquesused your written defenses, if any, to whose name and address is, 1974 CHEVY LUV PICK I'P'
curriculum and operation of' business guest of his extended telephone in map-making for it on J.J. WOLBERT JR., Attorney DUDLEY P. HARDY, Esq., P.O. low mileage/ reationable.Phone .
the school system.A Mrs. Ruby Leite and Mrs. daughter, Mrs. Paulone assistance will be available states, county and survey for Petitioner, whose Drawer 1030, Starke, Florida, 96.a- 595. Itchg 2/3
Ruth Steinhouser of Jacksonville Roden in until April 15.SWtErY'. maps, including aerial address is 142 West Call Street, -
Shreveport La. On 32091, and file the original with ----- -------
soccer-speedball playday visited their cousins, Mr. his way home he stopped over photography and remote P.O. Box 1086 Starke, Florida the clerk of the above style courton 1972 FORD VAN V-o
I hetueen Starke Elementary. and Mrs. O.J. Anders, Wednesday for an overnight visit with the sensing. Our second picture 32091, and file the original with or before March 9, 1977: with air condition. Body
Southside and Lawtey will beheld Davies. story is How Highway Signs the Clerk of the abovestyledCourt otherwise a judgement may be rough but engine la strong;
in February. Are Made. The State of on or before February 10, entered against you for the relief nina good; $1,300. See at
Mrs. Pierce Crews and Mr. and Mrs! Cecil Florida produces over 100,000 1977, otherwise a judgment may demanded in the complaint or Bradford Telegraph 135
Parents of third and fifth niece Mrs. W.F. Atwood, Crawford and Pastor James highway signs annually.LEGALS. be entered against you for the petition. Meat Call Street phone 964-

grade pupils should call the were business visitors to Cowart visited Les McClellanin relief demanded in the Petition. WITNESS my hand and the 6305. TFchgPLYMOUTH!! ______
school if they have questions Jacksonville on Wednesday of Riverside Hospital WITNESS my hand and the seal of said Court on February 1,
about the State Assessment last week. Jacksonville Saturday af seal of said Court on the 10 day 1977. FURY \III\ -
Tests that were sent out last ternoon. A berry that grows in West of January 1977. GILBERT S. BROWN As Clerk 1972, 4 door 360. A/C, etc.
week. !Mr. and !Mrs. Lynn BoCh Africa is 3,000 times sweeter GILBERT S. BROWN AS of the Circuit Court Good Phone condition.4733382.Beat 12/18 offer.

visited their parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Teston than sugar."Knowledge. CLERK OF SAID COURTBy BY: Beulah M. Moody, As TF/chg
l.ul1chlel1u: __ __
Beulah M. _
: Moody
Mrs. Joe Adams of Brooker, visited Mr and Mrs. J.L. Deputy Clerk -
Reek of Feb. 7.11 Sunday afternoon. Slade of Hampton Sunday NOTICE Deputy Clerk

afternoon. is the food of 2/3 4tchg 224INVITATION
Monday: Barbecue. beef on bun 1/13 4tchg 2/3 MISCELLANEOUSHENLEY
Johnny Devore of Atlanta, the soul.
", .... Plato
.nch fri.t W."Ow web Choco''... has made
trotting. milk. Ga. spent the weekend with !Mr. and Mrs. J.F. Robert James E. Strickland TO BID
application to the Bradford
County Zoning Board for reclassification NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO ; ELECTRIC CO..
Sealed bids and/or quotationswill
residential, comm..r.i.l.IDdu.trl.l. ,
e of the property des REGISTER be received in the office of Phone 431-120O
cribed below from EA to OP. FICTITIOUS NAME
the Administrator, Bradford Italford. 2/3 4tpd 2/24
Located two miles Northwestof County Hospital, 922 East Call
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Starke off 16 on Pursuant Section 865.09
Highway to
HuntingThose Street, P.O. Box 1060 Starke,
Yourself Road 233 (Morgan Road), Four Florida Statutes notice is here Florida 32091 until 5.00 P.M., UO YOU NEED Septic
Find, ((4)) acres in Section 5 Township by given that the undersignedSteve February 16, 1977, on the tank pumping, InitaUing ordrain
poYou 6 South, Range 22 East, for one Arnold, Rt. 1, Mimosa line? Reasonable.
following: Phone 431 1202
10 Find acre lots. Manor, Starke, Florida 32091, after 2:30:
Hard This change in classification is doing business under the firm 1 Electric 20x20x38 General p.m.__TF/'hg---
subject to a public hearing to be name of "CONFEDERATE GUN
Purpose Sterilizer LoadingCar
Equipment held on Tuesday, February 22, SHOP," 416 East Call Street, Carriage and Truck HOME
\lies & 1977 at 7:30: p.m., in the County Bradford County, Florida, Assembly. REPAIRS DONE: ? For
OeSuppMay{ Commission Room in the Brad 32091, intends to register said 1 Electric Water Still !5 fireplacea, remodeled
ford County Courthouse. At this fictitious name under the gallons per hour with 25 gallon kitchen., huh, addition,.,
time all persons interested shall provisions of aforesaid statue. tank garages, or enclosed
be heard for or against the pro- Steve Arnold, owner storage 1 Corner Type Dishwasherwith c.,port.,call Marcus tiriffla,

posal, as specified in the Zoning Dated this 20th day of electric booster water 473.2108.: tln/chg!!!. ____ _
Code of Bradford County. January, A.D. 1977 at Starke, heater.

A.R.Bradford Kiefer County, Chairman Zoning Board. 1/20 Florida.4tpd 2110INVITATION 1 Nurse Call System. SARAH Sake COVENTRY opportunity JEWELRY
We You
Help Call Erma John,964-5483 or
General specifications are Annetta Beulie 3724444..

Itchg 213 TO BID available upon request from the 1..12 TF/eh. L--...._._
office of the Administrator.
The Board of
NOTICE County The Bradford County Hospital BILL'S SAW SHOP Complete
Choose From 1,001 Items For Home Or Office Z.W. Hamilton has made .Commissioners of Bradford Corporation reserve the right to sharpening service,

application to the Bradford County will receive sealed bidsto reject any and all bids and/or circular hand carbide,
County Zoning Board for reclassification be opened at 10:00: A.M. on quotations or to waive any minor chain, mower blade hollow
;j of the property Monday, February 7, 1977 in the technicality or informality 'm the ground and balanced. Leave
This Weeks described below from OR to MP County Commissioners, room in bids or quotations received. Jackson Building Supply
SpecialThe located Southwest of Brooker the courthouse for the Bids will be opened during the Starke or Keystone Heighta.TFChg .

2 Vi miles South of Road 18 on following: meeting of the Board of .. _____
East side of Road 237. Approximately This will be a package bid and Trustees, 7:00: P.M. on February -
Dart IIEberhard 2 acres out of parcel will be for the fiscal year 16, 1977.Bradford. ALL TYPES KEYS ...d..t
0042, in Section 11. Township 7 beginning February 7, 1977 and County Hospital Corp. OH. Mobile Homea. 50 cent
Faber South, Range 19 East to build a running through February 6, each. Highway 100 SUrka'
plant for the manufacture of 1978. 2/3 2tchg 210CLASSIFIED phone 964-5506. TF/chg
Fine Line Pens Boats. 1 1. Regular gasoline not less
This change in classification is than 94 octane. AVON CALLING
To buyor
subject to a public hearing to be 2. Diesel fuel 2. AD RATES sell\ Avon call 755-2807 or
held on Tuesday, February 22 3. Motor oil case lots in 24 write Loma Clyatt, P.O. Box
A 1't91"' That Stays Sharp & 1977 at 7:30: p.m., in the County quart cans and 55 gallon drums. Deadline for Insertion 220. Lake. City Florida.
Commission Room in the Bradford Motor oil will meet API service Tuesday Noon preceding TF/ch. __
Stays Firm & Writes County Courthouse. At this classifications as available in Thursday before!,
time all persons Interested shall SAE grades 10 W through 40 W. publication. GUNS FOR SALE 22',
Smooth be heard for or against the proposal This oil is to meet requirementsof 25'a, and 38'a sold at Dahmer's -
as specified in the Zoning engines operating under Minimum Charge$2.00 Dlacount. F IchL-.
PLASTIC Code of Bradford County. service classifications D.S. This (Covers 13 Words),
With Colors
Eight A.R Kiefer Chairman oil is to meet requirements for Each word over 15 FOR RENTFOR

To Choose From Bradford County Zoning Board military specifications MILL I 10 cents
xy ;, 4t, FINE 1tpd2/3/ 46199 for high output diesel
"engine crankcase oil. It shall also All Classified Ads must be RENT 40 s 60 Block
meet the manufacturer's recommendations paid for In advance unless Building, 12' Ceiling. Ideal
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF for series 3 lubrications. you'have an established for moat lay bualneaa.
POINT! 3 9 THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT account with the Starke area 1250 per month.
Ea.Don't OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR Ph... 964-5606. TF/Chg"
4. Motor oil in case lots, 24 Telegraph in that event 0
BRADFORD COUNTY. quart cans and 55 gallon drums cents extra charge for
CASE NO.76412IN to meet API service class MM billing. Not responsible for FOR RENT 12 toot wide
MS Et DG available SAE grade errors when given over the mobile home outilda city
RE: The Marriage of 10 W through 40 W and meet phone or when copy Is aol limit. Phone 9644114 or
To Get Your New 1977 Calendars
Forget WILLIAM ELZIE SANDERS military specifications MILL I typed and brought to the 473...T77. TF IchL10
JR., Husband/Petitioner, 2104A.
and 5. All oil X 50 MOBILE
purpose grease, HOME.
When You Need Office Supplies Call 964-5764 SUSAN JANE SANDERS grade 90 and 140 6 gallon and office.WANTADS cleu and sturdy low apace
Wlfal pondont. 56 gallons drums. Gear lubricate rent, 1 1/2 blocks front
NOTICE OF SUIT must meet MILL 1 2105 school. Phone 964-8608. l..
NO PROPERTY lair. "' D*". Str*' Itehg"

The Shop TO: Susan Jane Sanders, c/o specifications.6. Multi purpose grease 120 In 35 PERSONAL- SERVICEWILL 2/J

i. Office Johnny Landon. Hinesville, containers.pound containers and pound 2 MOBILE BEDROOM HOME FURNISHED- $100

Georgia 7. All f 2 fuel and kerosene to DO BABYSITTING month.Phone. 904-8253 alter

YOU ARE HEREBY be supplied to the courthouse I. mj ...... 5 day a 4 ,... Itchg 2/3
t Agriculture Building, Health week. say a,.. Ml North
110 West Call Street Starke, Florida NOTIFIED, that an action for Clinic and County Jail. Wal... Street. 1/13 TF/Chg"
of Matrimony has
Dissolution KITCHENETTESutilities -
The Board reserves the) rightto
, been filed against you and you reject all bids. LOSE WEIGHT ..,.1, and included; totally
are required to serve a copy of any fact with. X-ll Diet Plaa $3. furnished weekly or monthly -
your written defenses, if any, to Gilbert S. Brown REDUCE Eu... Fluid r.t... Ttmpla Motel 880
I it on J.J. WOLBERT JR., Attorney wltk X-Pol UK.....'. Drue;. North Temple, Stark
r for Petitioner whose ad- 1/27 2tchg 2/3 Ins IQub'+T 3/17 2/3 Phone 9647357. 1/13 4tpd


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Salea, lliKhway 100 \\...t. l UOt BI.F: \\ lilt: :Mobile Part* and supplies. OI.I:>ii'S price, guaranteed Installation U64-5606. Highway 100W.Starke IH tltlll ,..: "
M..k.0: pets pie.... Ilomv:1' : |III| ..r... on Hut :MOBILE: HOME: SALES and term Phone tf/Chg and neat 2 BR concrete eat North Tempi Ave. LSTARKI ; ;
Phone 96 (-561)6) 1/13 !!lee' HiKhwa Sacrifice .,olle.t90'1 "1 38-1-5156 REALTY '+
nn Highway 100 W eat., Starke. -- ---- ---- block house, furnish- ) .

1.!(l'K_. in\e.imTil' of $2.1,000 fur Pj?J'.llHJLl5ii'tl.TFchg!''! ; !!!!'!! TF/Oigl/20.. SPEED EQUIPMENT: FOR logs: included under I _
JISJMIO.! ( \| Phone. !Ui.HIil'l| ( !) lor IIIIIAR \\oun) 8 F'oo'r, SALE 10 percent above V : ,
.pp..int.m'n. HAY FOR SALE Arthur - -
I cost. Olin'a Mobile
.. IMH)1.
1IOMK 111'I"\ /( hK TABLE Phone Gaskins, phone 782-3111)) Service. 5 acres, 1 mile out of city ; -
ll/month or Highway 1UOW 'j
"Skippy' Crawford at 7H2-3075 :
1/20 / limits, 3 BR frame house
will Hell for a2.MIO. Also 2 UK 9645289.\ Itpd 2/3 _!! .- Starke Phone 96456U6.TFChg \
Mobile Home $l2.F>/month 2 \CKKSMI:'" MOIIII.KIIOMK : - 3BR LR DR. Lg. Family ,
: l uuhliwid-. 21. -------- In Saratoga Heights,3 BR, Room Fireplace on 20
or will tell for $3.51)0.) Jo l.u H ILL PAY up to ISO each ._
'ourt and Mobile Home 1111; I bi'driMim 2 bathe ( llTIl AH ('IJ\IR SALE: lor old cars Thornton': Sal ----- -- CH&A, good condition.In acrea with barn, Grahamarea Terwillegar

Park HJUth on Highway 301.:\ ) ( III 5. in 1...etel', on Sit"' 225.Jut $169.95 up. Oahmer's vage. Phone 961213. 1120 FOR SALE Diamond - term.- PREFERRED PROPERTIESThe
2/3 oft t" :llll: $17.01)11.) 1I1..ounL. 2/3 1F/Chg '1 /(' needles for any stereo over city 2 BR, frame houseon -
TF/Chg .! I---_._____ '
'.. 247 different one, we have ,
( .nl..tI..\I. Jordan phone 105'X 10S' lot. Country Club Estates 2 Perfect location. large land ...,
of the Week:
7142 3220.: I /It I I" /( bK 'I 1 Mil1 "SOIL.' ) FILI.1)1RT 6 SWIMMING: POOLS Deluxe them all. Dahmer'sIllscouiU. - lots very reasonable.Three Buy
2 IIEIHWOl1UIIII.: ... TF/chg!: scaped lot. Central heat-air; large garage. Only
dttvn wfek dozer work above : ___
per ; (ground aluminum About I in Lake. - -
HOMF.: In I.awtey. Phone acre reasonable monthly payments.
FOIl. SM.K: BY OWNF.K: : and dragline work. Phone and steel pool )31|: Oaks. Good bedrooms, 2 bathe, $500 down with very
7N2-3NII6./ 2/3 TFChgTK Hampton will not last
2 Bit, ('.11. home completely IK8-I873/ : "Star' Route, repossessed by bank will 'r building she access to brick large living room, Drive by 1003 East Call Street. This

lurnitihed. 636 KppersonStreet. ; Hampton. "STEPHENSMI : :: sacrifice,saving of 12.000 or .lake... family room spacious kitchen long!
\II.F.It: "SPACE" : on .rilli.; "' "Starke. 1/20) 3tpd III L>>: "" "_ .1.. OW._ more. Phone collect |90-l-|1- ITHOAAAS - patio/porch area on -----
Loop. Phone !Wi I &U9I)) 2/3 -- 39H-5I03 days or evening. back. Nice frame cottage with fenced yard. Only $200

- ---- PIANO: IN: STORAGE '{!!.TF/chg. ______ __ REALTY Building lot on Colley - down with very low monthly payments. Why rent
MOHI1.K() : HOME:: 12' beautiful SpinetConsolestored Road. Near Southslde Connerly Estates SR 16, 2 ? Total price only 13500.
when can buy .
Wide, 2 Kit. on nire lot. WANTED locally Reported like 621 North Walnut St. school. 150-X150' mi. from town beautiful you .

Phone !9KI-X02) !) alter 5 p.m. new. ReHponHible party can MORTGAGE :NOTE. FOR Starke Florida 32091 - brick home, 3BR. 2H, LR We are always looking' for homes-; under $25,000 In

on vteekdaIthrg 2/3 take. on low payment SALEalued: at $5.000 964-6162 Price, reduced on 13 acrea, Lg. family room and'
WAVIKI: : ) Iced re- balance. Write before we with return ot n.51111.) hone (formerly A.J.Thomas house:good condition 2 BR kitchen central air & heat.Paved good condition.
Irim'Calom eeaeher', and end truck.. Joplin Piano Real Estate) drive.New .
trailer 26' x 50' barn. If Interested
Mo\en in gaud condition Call 9645606.TFChg ) Brick home with central heat 3 BR. separate
) Panama
HELP WANTED 1'(1.110. 103 City, ----- let all
l>ahm<>r's IIh.ount.1111.{ Florida 32101.) Itpd 2/3 F.Delano Thomas, the details. ua give you blk.- -home- inown- dining room -out of city limits on'; acre $500

7'.CM.! I F/rhg ._ Keg. Real Estate Broker down $172 month at 8 percent financing. .
2B. LR C/H&/V
IIKF.AMS) : IIIUiF.ll: ..11.\ ... STROUT 961650753S3310 ----- j-
50' lot and double store large garage, quiet area,
lOl'R l 1'\\ l'IIU'Kont Mill do part-time bookkeeping Al.l'MIM'M: : WINDOWS: RKALTYINC: 1tJtIIII" : ; building Lawtey on 301. corner, lot. Approximately 12 acres, fenced electric pole .f

to establish that second Income in your office or my "Single' hung and awning. 36) : 964-5196 ASSOCIATES: - - septic tank just off paved road in the Lawtey -.
? If you have sit or home 1..0 years college x 8 $".5U; 30)) x 27 Judith Flynn 10 acre tracts) zoned lor 2 story frame house in area. 1
eight hours a week to hpare accounting, 18/ years experience $".511: 18 x 52 $15.5016) FARMS FOR SALE 964-8JS4 mobile home 12 percent townone ol the older ones -----
I'll chow >uu how. For interview In the general x 52 $.n.llih1 \" Harold Epps9b'46616 down. with plenty of living area Ideal combination for home and business with flair I

write P.O. Her HH, ledger profit and loss OMIK.lt) .: "SI/.I.S." "' BARGAIN\ ; 6 room home on 11 acres, - - Elegant brick home on 301.
Lake City, .....Id. :321155.( statements. pa$roll slate ('F\': 1".It. :IOI "South' Ifnchg 35000. Steve Shnmona Budlnesa alto just outside Several commercial, Iota on
127lipd 2/17 and federal lace,. Have referencvH. ---.-------- 1.75 acres adjacent to
- 964.5881 ol city limits on Road 100 301 Gracious Demorest home on
I'hone !H>Mi2ll \\ r"u's", HOl'SE' OF. 4 1/2 acres with 6 room Arthur' Bruno toward Keystone.We - Starke Plaza. ____ .
P\HT-I" 1 IMF: HOI) SEVtOKK alter 5_pjn.27 ;'.!tchgj17HKSIDKMIM. \ACll MS I Many brand home on busy highway, 168-1573 - 3 BR, I bath block "
) mutt hate own of new vacuum. I'aed (23.000. have other housea In construction, LR, Family Are you a "do-it-yourselfer? The Floyd Green
transportation. Phone 782- : : "SI" IK: for machines available. Expert: - town and out ot city limits. Room In town. home at 601 Call & Orange could be restored and bea

315$. 2/3 IF/lhg swimming pool. Leading distributor r.p.ir..11 ma""" Harta and Beautiful 10 acres with - show place. _____
wants a nice bark acceoiiorie for all vacuuma. block home and several 9 acrea p7sture land
worth! 4 BR l baths fully carpeted -
II Vin "SI' 11"1"1 for 16 yard to dinplay new 1977 Ituilt-ln central vacuum storage buildings, (60.000. reasonably priced just off Get your money's outside city
month old infant. 5 model ol above ground pool cleaning systems. 404 :NW - Lillian C.Pearson SR 16. N.W. of town. CH&A Brick LR. DR Kitchen,

days/work. Must have own top conideration given for 10th Avenue, Gaineaville. STROUT REALTY - limits on one acre.
transportation liefer. Call prime location. Phone collect Phone 3767110. F/chg BrokerOn Real EstateNeat Ralph Bryan Very nice large frame ----- .'

!Mtil-811-l after 1.30p.m.)) Itpd IIOII'! 39%-5x74 dove or 100 South I 1/4 Mile house on corner lot In town The Best of Hampton Lake: sumptuous, well-built :,

2/3: evening _1/27. 1 FChgM .. I_ MOTOR HOME 1972 From Intersection of 301 frame 2 BR home In Real Estate 3BR.2..bathe C/II&.A I.rg.g.r.g. brick home on large lot with dock. A dreamhouse

\'lll": "SPKKADF.lt" : Open Road Chevy chassis, and 100 South I town. Central air 15,0(10.( made to order. The best for the best!
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munt be in fair condition 22 feet long good condition - DO N'T DELAY 15.20 tracts land ----
22,000 milea. Phone 964-6071 acre high Green Acres A love 3 BR, 2 B with CH&A and "
HOMESFORSALE 110. Drive. Phone 782- 2 BR aluminum aiding BUY TODAY!! on paved road Grahamarea.
::1752. Itpd 2/3 or 9H4-7839. TF/thg BRASCSGTON home with separate garage Term. all the goodies..Separate garage. paved driveway. "

Cadillac-Old!mobile in country. 7 percent nice patio great neighborhood.
10 x 20 PATIO ( (11 ..R .
:M-\\: IIOMK: Ke>Htone mortgage. (11,000. LIKE HOME." 1-3-6 acre homealtea 4 ----- \
Area Just (Completed' 3Redroom Installed $190)): l'nin'talled fine Selection Of Vied - miles N.W. of Starke.. Not too close not too far) 10 acres fenced pas-
2 ll.lh.K; : Ural" FOR SALE 150. Gator Mobile HomeService Can Taken On 8.7 acres 15500.
"' 5002 N.W. 13th St., CailiUac Trade If you don't have a home - hire 3 BR block home with carpet and panelingand
Air. Convenient loci linn. at Five Star Mobile Ilomea.372.9767Gaineaville - ol your own now Is the Frame house In town 2 75 pecan trees. Low taxes, low maintenance.
ami N.W.13
Adam, 173.211511<> ) or 3785301a : ) 10 acres (13.90O. FR.
phone tfnchgBOOTS time to get one. CAN'T: bedroom. LR. .. j
I73-III7N. 1 IFctiKIHF.DItOOM - reaanable.King'.ley .
Attractive brick Barksdale home Madison
(i 1double keybo.rd.ne..d 10 acres facing SR 230 and of Farm - on -
minor repairs. 250. VtUaon Road. 22000. programs complete modern kitchen. CH&A 3 BR, 2 baths.
Home VA and FHA could, "
: ) IIOMK: on 3scree Phone 7823101. 2/3 TFChgCKKOSIIIF. I r-----------] -'- Lake area Large LR, DR den.
make It possible. If .
with 2 rental mobilehome ... 36.35 301 N.(56,500. you mobile home.Frame i -j' .
AND I Well Drilling acres own your lot that'agreat -.- Cecelia T. Terwillegar/// .
all for (35.0110.Home '
: : POST : - -
But you may qualify house In town 3 206 West Madison Avenue
owner financing. I'OI.F.S:' 4-10") diameter 6 LAWTEY
Phone !961; H253 after 4 p.m. to 111' length. (.50 feet.Phone ATCARRADINES J 2" thru 6" 2 commercial buildings for a package HOUSE deal and on LOT aNEW bedroom 2 car 2 bath carport, living m Starke Florida

2/3 1 Fl'hg3HF.DKOOM" 7823137./ 2/3 2tchg 5 acne SR 225E87,500. room
I Fast Rotary I storage area Walnut PHONE 964-7776 f rRf
2/10 -
J MENT and perhaps lower Street.
: IIIUCK IIOMK: ------ Drilling Equipment 5 acres SR 125. 9000. monthly payments than - A[ 1'-' HOME PHONE 964.5145 :
2 bath t'II &. A/C. acre 25 tin t:11.: FOR SILL: We know everyone Is J - your present rent.It'll only 2 story frame house in

tot, I mile Irom Starke. 80 rents each. Phone 7823:176. tired ol cold weather, gas I( STATE LICENSED 10 acres 12500. cost you little time to find town 4 bedroom. living .,

Highway 23O: F.: Carpet, custom : : Itpd 2/3 bills and rising prices. So I 20 acres. 2 Mil hook-ups, out and well take the room dining room, 2 lire- FOR SALE Typewriter and The Fabulous Half

drapes, appliance, --- we are reducing the priceof I hog barn with electricity time to help you. places, 2 baths, needs repair -
Machine ribbon & Size
Adding at Large
11.ppro".d.. J2H.5WI. KFRY: : boot In our Pumps
2 "leOS' 1 IIOMt 6 water and concrete slab for very reasonable -
Phone \\lli"- IIIIII.: 2/3 F/Chg KKDF.lt: : PIGS Will trade JUSTIN: and \\HANCil.EK: .1 1 I I farrowing pigs. 30000. Call RALPH BRYAN Madison Street. The Office Shop. Women's Apparel I
Htock. Even: the cloMeout I
for Brahma Cross calves. |or 30 acres for (42,500] Realtor I - Store,
t SEAR: 01.1) KICK Phone IIOMK: 3 BK 2 bath carpet this is really boot weather.As 193 acres with nice 3 BR [ FOR SALE SLENDERELLA
email DR larl.l.mllyroom.
utility room. ('11/\. 4 KKFKICF.RVroR. : used.froel'lrer. Sales-Parts-Service home, (50,000. Art P.tr.yI all p.n..lled In.lde. Stout Shops, is -
miles north ol "Starke' off 301. with Ice maker. usual we guaranteeevery - .UJ7TTo I Associate/ - 4, 15x10"( JacKman coming to Starke. Individuals -
boot sold and th.tour
(29.000.)) .. !961-6915.! 2/3 condition I E-Z Terms j 29 acres. (33.500. 473.2039
excellent can prices are BELOW GEORGE ROBERTS JR. Wheels For Ford With interested
- j
IF/Chg or nee at phon.164.61136.911 \>\eat Pratt. Street 2/3 ANYONE.:'\ : : Beautiful farm. 51.8 acreson Reg. Real Estate Broker 4, Used 11x15 Tires & in owning and ''I

2 ACRKS:'" ,AM: MIMIII.K: 'I F/Chg Beautiful 1977 PlumbingNew 301. Brick home with PhOD.961.7826OPES Tubes, Balanced. Also operating your own 1

NOME: 12 x 65, 3 UK. I new In 1.529 square feet 3 BR 2 Saturday A.M. Have 2. 8 Ply 700x15 ,
-- ---- ---- ---- styles will start coming B, CH&A 2 fireplaces, Shop, phone Mr.
1/2 bath.2 additions, LR and 16 FOOT FIBERGLAS. week. j j LONCCHAMP
this Installation barn fenced planted pas Reg. Tread. Call Steve Dino 9047374633.
If R. Will negotiate equity IU'\\BU\: ) 75 IIPJohnson. ture. 195400. Home and Building i

and take over pa)ment.. Boat motor Belts from size 18 to 56. 1 Remodeling MaterialaWEBUUD Thomas 964.7385 Small Investment
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Phone 96 I 5263. Itpd 2/3 trailer ski equipment Indian moccssins.. All In ASSOCIATESLola After 6:00: P.M. required. 1

cunhionii, and life jackets. the finest ol leather. I Repairs 9B4-7154 ,
2 BF.DROOM: HOME: INSfAKKK tiOO.) ). Phone 96 I- JII6. 2/3 Zlpperer or .yo..... Plant Or than

", : FHA financed. 2tpd 2/1U Come see us. Thank you. 782..1397LUliaD Your Lot Or Asa"FREEESTBHATES

Pay small equity and assume -- ...----- DurranceIPUMPS Pearaon.REALTOR Registered Real OLIN'S SUBDIVISION. '\
low payments. I'hone1114.\ 12 FOOT Al.l' II""l.\1: 1'- CARRADINE'SLEATHER Remodeliur. Repairs Estate Broker -,

6K8H.! Itpd 2/3 IIOW BOAT with 10 HP & SUPPLY Lawtey. Florida Additions j
SHOP 7K2-3N00 Humes Bought -
seeking kicker 6 gallon 1 gas Fred Sackt'tt

:NKARI.Y :NEW III PI.FA: tank. 350. Phone 1164- 3116. Lawtey,Florida 32058/ I COMPANY SoldTradedACREAGE Broker
brick central 2/3 2tpd 2/10 one |III| mile south I I II U.S.301
65' X 28'' Vita FtrM-Vltinl- FOR SALE
on l'.S.' 3111l'hon.112.3UIII I 864 N. Temple Ave. I II
and Fla.
.b.carpet, range refrigerator 9644863 Hampton
located, 639 F.pperoon FOKD DEXTER: DIESKL: ) I Starke i iI EAtr811.MIHul

Street. Lot 93' \ 185'. 1 ACTOR like. new tires, Hours. Monday I Hwy 301 SoahSnrdeMOBILE / Phone 488-1733
"' Hit All tAm
7571. 231F'Chg runs good 1500. Phone through Saturday
$32.5110. phone I .
!(4toI l I L9647061 a Lie. & Donded
91146386. 2/3 2tpd 2/10 _SB.J Ares R.,. *M-it7I tfnchg 10.7 Only Mover

Living In Bradford Co.
11 '25 1310 2. 17


GO GUARDThe BRADFORD PARKInside Buy A 4x8 Sheets 5" SHEDS &

COUNTY 2 Colors- Green a Orange ADDAROOMOLIN

Starke unit of the Florida National Guard LISTINGS City Units Mobile 10x20 Finished 1150
to Bradford Sgum J

Army National GuardIs has been reorganized and is now authorized to Attractive, neat well Downtown Home MOBILE HOME if 18x16 Unfinished '

accept additional applications for membership.We cued for describes this 3 Hwy 100 Stark 964-6606 710
(30 Per Month
accepting both prior servicemen and BR 2 B CB home, central ;
are OLIN'S
All Dty CoovaueoceaFae See --- ------
Accepting and limited number who have not heat and air hardwood Police Protection. \
women a yet floors In Unit III, Saratoga FOR SALE Magnifyingglaasea
been in the service. Heighta. 27700. City Gaa.Water and.Sewer John of all else with IIhadl.

- Jo-Lu Motel ...At The Office Shop. Hwy 100. Starke 964-6606

HIGH SCHOOLSENIORS STARKE 3 BR 2 B 964-881 7'/" 473 3775
Serve with your buddies. Earn a good BUCK frame house and rental IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A PART-TIME JOB:

AND LEARN skills one weekend a month. THE cottage on 5 aerea of beautiful

YOUBELONG IN old southern grounds ,
GUARD BELONGS MAYBE what look fort
135.000. Here a few tlpa en to ;

THE GUARD. As a member you will not only do - L. K. Edwards III & Assoc. 1
worthwhile and enjoyable, but you Vacation retire or makeyour 1.You should receive at least (900 per year to start.
something permanent home In SERVING YOU IN THE ___ 2.You should be told months In advance the dates and u...
will receive good pay plus FRINGE BENEFITS this comfortable 3 or 4 BR I IJ you will work lor this pert tlme employer. ,
PROMOTIONS. For additional information MH on Lake. Santa F. -COUNTY/ AREA 3. Yes should work only one weekend per month, and twewaeka '

Canal central heat and air; .NOW Starke Office-La each summer and ha. .....Id buy all your meals deriaf.
all or visit: '
: many axtrae. 14900. work period.
NOW - / 964-5142 4.Y.. should receive regular promotions with pay ralsea. far

LAKE SANTA FE 475.1269 your lea ft a el employment.
CANAL 3 BR 2 B CB Melrose Office 5.Yen shoald be p.ld.t.. hearty ra&e.f Be leas than $3.61.

631st home, family room doable Keystone Office 473-2669 6. Your part-time job mast art Interfere with another !..-

garage, large acraened WIlliston Office 528-3574 time job or your civilian' education.
porch overlooking water. 7.Ye. should. receive additional. .education, the ..p..f

MAINTENANCECOMPANY 135' on canal., attractive Handyman Special,. ) 2 BR frame .house. 1 acre. Price reduced your.part-tune. employer,that ..Ol..d. yen In civilian life.
CALLJOHN yard with underground to (8,000. Possible terms.. 8.Yen should be given. 300 worth el elotkli( lor wear dariag
sprinkler system. (49,500. - the period yea work en your part-time job. and aa It wear '
- Beautiful brick. 4 BR 1 I/I B on 3 ..,r.e. This can also b. eut h.should. replace at ..extra caat. ;

WOODED BUILDING bought with 58 ...... 9. Yea should. ... ..".rad by (20,000 worth el W. Insurance. '"
WAYNE LOTS with access. to Lake - 10.Yen .....Id receive a retirement plan that will assure yea

Breeklya.. from 2750. 10 acrea with 3 BR I B home with aluminum.aiding.. a check each, month after tweety years el part-time. employ

Tars available. Equipped with remodeled kltr.....Fireplace.Good terma. ..Bt. at the age el .bt,.

5 ..01100.aaMr %.1109696 ouam .V - -
5 acres. ....d ..r".lt.... 1200 ....... NOW II yea would like a part-time employer who wU .
HERSEY R.T.LOVORN - meet el el the above. requirements. and U ,..'r. I. gad

REAL ESTATE or sen.' Molth, male or female. between the age of 17-3J call Freda
Lawrence) Blvd. Can: come see aa today If yen are ready to bny Eatao at (19041 533.2268.FLORIDA.

720 Edwards'Rd.' ... .-Keystone Height, I : I
.."- phone 473-3254 8ssoaBahkei Associate STARKE BRANCH NATIONAL GUARD

-- ---964-5320 964-5320 I.... Faulkner. Associate TO6 8.Water St. '
Phone Paul Faalkaer Associate Starke.Fm'l E..Oppen..J&'E.pl..r.. :':
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I'age Is 1 tLELItAPII February 3. l 1977

Ra ford News .......................ae.... l1am D ton Hili: es ..............................:... : L..." # ...

Mrs. Maureen Paul also COla' aunougn Deauiuui woo
tinguish a fire at Bruno's store sixth grade teacher Mrs. snow covered foliage and
Kittler and Mrs. Elmer by Dolores Meng appreciated being home after
by May Belle Dobbs Stafford
Mrs. Sarah spent
about 1 a.m. 28 Carole Shields and scenery everywhere in that
Phone Brannen of Lake City at- Phone 468.1915 : Margaret attending the funeral of her
431-1089 Sunday through Tuesday with tended the funeral of their Johnny, Sammy and Sherd Wadsworth who works as father In Jonesboro, Ark.area.. Everyone was happy to
her sister, Mrs. Elmer CITY COUNCILThe Caulk, Nancy Box and Billy Teacher's Aide at the school slow and have Mrs.Paul assisting them
uncle, Homer Guess in Traveling was very
Our deepest ,
sympathy to Brannen, in Lake City.
Kimberly. and represented at in the library again.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe O'Guin on Pearson, Ga. Thursday.Miss parents weather conditions bitterly
the death of his sister, Mrs. Mrs Sarah Stafford accom- meeting of the Hampton meeting.
Various of Senior
Ruth Lucas, in California. panied her son, Bobby Stafford Cathy Lefevers of City Council has been rescheduled types report Citizens
Santa Fe cards were discussed with the
Brooker attended church here for Wednesday,
May God comfort you each in of Jacksonville on a
your sorrow is our prayer. business trip last week. They Sunday with Mrs. Verba Februarys, at 7:30: illness in the Cemetery Association possibility mentioned of returning Delegates Paul and and handicapped at any age
the night in Winter Martin and children. City Hall due to and to the previous type Jeanette Krieger, of Hampton have 94 clients. Anyone within
spent Anyone wishing to leave being used where
Ernest Freeman of Jack- Haven and had supper in other conflicting dates. The parents sign ; Joe and Peggy Kerrigan, these categories who qualify
sonville visited Mr. and Mrs. Lakeland with another son Mrs. Ruby Dobbs, Mrs. Earl Comprehensive Land Use their address or phone the card and it is returned to of Starke, from the North for cleaning homes, cooking
Earl Dobbs and Mrs. Mary and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dobbs and Mrs. Elaine Map which Is on display at the number in order to receive the school to be used for the Central Florida Coalition of meals, shopping, washing
Freeman Saturday afternoon. Kenneth Stafford They came Tarleton attended an Artex Hampton Post Office will be information or notices regarding next grading period.In Senior Citizens, will travel to clothing, or visit to the doctor
home by way of Bushnell party at the home of Mrs. available at this meeting: for business in con- considering the serving of Kissimmee on February 5 to may call 9647684. Elderly
Mrs. Mary Freeman and where they visited with Mrs. Mary Marcus in Starke comments or suggestions nection with the Santa Fe breakfast to school children, meet with the Coalition of poor persons in need of legal
Mrs. Earl Dobbs were Stafford's sister-in-law, Mrs. Friday night. from interested citizens. Cemetery may call Mrs. L.A. the general consensus was Florida Organizations of the aid can see John Nettles, attorney
Hall at 468-1785 that if this should
Among those or and entail hiring Tuesday from
business visitors in Lake City Cora Hayes. Aging. This meeting will every 9
Wednesday and luncheon Mr. and Mrs. Don Newmansand recent birthdays were John Campen at 4812437. Mrs.Hall's more help or taking away discuss and set up a priority a.m. till 12 noon at CUBB
guests of Mrs. Howard Our deepest sympathy to children of Starke were January 31: Gerald Brown number was incorrectly from actual study time, this legislative program to be sent Homemakers Office upstairsin
Register.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stafford Saturday guests of Mr. and Leroy Rhoden and Brandi listed in last week's paper. would not be feasible at this to President Carter, the 95th the old county jail on
on the death of an uncle, !Mrs. Earl Dobbs. Wyrick. Alvin Murner cele- time. Congress, and the State Temple Avenue.
Mary Freeman spent Homer Guess, whose funeral brated his 18th birthday on Delores and Steve Brown Mrs. Wadsworth also at- Legislature, which convenes Free insulin may be obtained
Saturday night and Sunday in was Thursday in Pearson, Ga. !Mrs. Mary Freeman and January 28; his sister, Dolly and Eugene Meng spent last tended a Title I meeting heldin April 1.Organization. for those who( need this
Jacksonville as guest of Mr. !Mrs. Earl Dobbs were was 11 on February 2. weekend with !Mr. and Mrs. Starke earlier in the day and legislationare drug at the Public Health Department -
and Mrs. Ernest Freeman and Mrs. Sarah Stafford and business visitors in Starke Mrs. Esta Peeples enjoyedthe David Gray in Jacksonville.Mr. under the direction of Mrs. the only avenues by which on Church Street in
family. daughter. Mrs. Margaret Thursday.Earl recent week long visit of .and Mrs. Lorin Bickford Rocena Santangini. Methods Senior Citizens are able to Starke. A note from your
her son Mike who works in from Delta, Ohio, visited Mr. of improving this program keep pace with income, doctor is necessary for this
Dobbs was a Thursday coal mining in Jellette, and Mrs. Francis Meng on were discussed.It health, and living conditions service.
luncheon guest of his niece, Wyoming. January 27. The weather here was nice seeing our today. VITA (Volunteer Income
.- Extra; Clean Cars !Mrs. Mary Lou Whitehead, in Mrs. Peeples reports that seemed enjoyable after former Kindergarten teacher, Vernon Olin was delegatedto Tax Aid) is offered free for all
Lake Butler. the following young people leaving 10 below zero tem- Mrs. Dee Canova, at the attend a COSA Congress low income persons, elderly,
AUTO helped the Hampton Volun- perature and icy roads. "Hello Dolly" production in forum in Jacksonville at and the handicapped at CUBS
: aJlJaJOO0( : Earl Dobbs and Oad Dobbs teer Fire Department ex- Starke, as well as Mrs. Mona which the Hill-Burton Act of Economic Agency office in the
of Lake Butler were business Canova who taught music 1946 will be discussed and old jail on Temple Ave., after
SALES visitors in Green Cove Springs School Lunch here, Richard Jockel, a former action proposed. This act Feb. 1.Letters.
13 LUr1! B HEEE: ( ( Thursday morning.Mrs. HOllselloldHotline Menu principal. and Michael provides a reasonable amount of protest were sent
Feb. 7-11 Woodfm, who now teaches of free and less-than-full-cost to Senators Chiles and Stoneon
31977 PONT CATALINA 1976 PONT JT Mary Freeman and band to the sixth graders. care for low and moderate the resolution to bolish the
Earl Dobbs MONDAYS bnl on bun (Dee asked about her former income Senate Special Committee
Mrs.\ visited Mrs. patients who cannot on
,*::i 4 Door Power Windows GRAND PRIX n Alzy Thomas in Lake City buM. .d corn French tn.., fruit cup, pupils who are now third, afford to pay for hospital care. Aging. If this action is allowed

Q. Tilt Wheel. Less Than Power Windows a Wednesday afternoon.The mIlk.TUESDAY- Meat ..uc. with fourth and fifth graders). Hospitals that apply and receive to stand, it will be against the
by Becky Giebeigfour spaqhatll, garden salad, green baans Most of the classrooms are public funds from the best interest of all older
2,000 Miles Clean First Baptist Church of County Extension peach half Fr.nch bread milk. still decorated with snow- Federal Government under Americans.
if d Home Joconomlcs/\gent WEDNESDAY- Boiled beam rice, flakes and winter scenes; Hill-Burton Act Sick member Oma Cotton Is
= Ha or enjoyed the study peanut butter cup cole slaw strawbarry are obliged to
$6895 $5100 course on the, Book of Romans shortcake, blicult milk. however, Mrs. Ernestine Denmark's provide these services. up and around. Yola Vestal is
d and enjoyed having Rev. qCKSTION I : When THURSDAY Spiced ham sandwich fifth graders have Complaints about care, home from the hospital. Mae
1976 CHEV. MONTE 1976 CUTLASS Swartz of Madison Street chickens are on special, we cobbler vea-beet, milk.soup garden salad,, peach some lovely, colorful bird treatment and-or abuse or Vickery is still at Bradford
:I: buy a supply for the freezer. mobiles flying from the
Baptist Church teach the F FRIDAY I Turkey with noodles, other violations can and County Hospital. We wish
CARLO SUPREME course. On Wednesday :My concern is the large carrot-raisin, salad green peas pear ceiling of their room which should be made to Dorothy them all a quick and complete
fil 14.000 Miles Black Inside 1Q.OOO Miles. Power jj{ evening at the end of the amount of dark meat aroundthe hall biscuit, milk. they constructed as an art Smith, chairperson Nursing recovery. Our prayers and
course refreshments of cake bone after it is cooked, especially project. Home Ombundsmen Com- thoughts are with them.
*:; & Out Extra Sharp Windows AM/FM-Tilt Wheel': cookies,coffee, tea, punch and in the thigh and School Meetings The hall bulletin boards mittee, Dept. of Health and Happy birthdays in January
hot chocolate were served. drumstick. Could this be because have valentine and historical Rehabilitative Services, were Alex Morton, 85; Grace
? $4995 !5195 | the chickens that t are on Attending the School Ar- themes, including authentic H.R.S., 2720 N.W.6th St., SuiteB Monaco, and Edith Pew.
!Mr and Mrs. Fred Dawsey "special" aren't fresh? (!Mrs. vistory Board Meeting held at copies of the Declaration of Gainesville, Fla. 32601. If Happy wedding anniversary,
of Lake City visited Mr. and H.T.) Hampton Elementary 'School Independence, Bill of Rights elderly, loved ones, or othersare Joe and Peggy Kerrigan.The .
1976 CHEV. CAMARO 1975 RABBIT J'Extra Mrs. Sidney Starling Sunday ANSWER: NO this is Tuesday evening, January 25, and Constitution of the United not being properly ser- next meeting will be
afternoon.Dan simply a sign that the chickenis were Principal Connie Clark, States. viced, this is how correctionscan February 8 at 1 pm., Pratt
U Yellow 3,700 Miles a young, tender bird. Their Mrs. Cathy Williams as a be handled. Street Recreation Center.
Real CleanX4695 Good On Gas Register of Lake City bones hold more blood which volunteer parent spent some CUBB Homemakers Ser-
Jf was a Wednesday night moves out into the meat closeto time on January 31 sorting vice for persons 60 years plus Joe Kerrigan
supper guest of his grandparents it. When the chickens are 'I clothing in the health room at .
$2595 Mr. and Mrs. Earl frozen, the meat around the the school. These clothes are
Dobbs. bones turns a reddish brown used in cases of emergencyand
and this darkens with cooking.The when children turn up at Garbage ServiceIn
1974 BUICK RIVIERA 1974 OLDS DELTA 88 Mr. and Mrs. E.T. Thorntonhad dark color is perfectlysafe I e school with clothing not warm / ,
.' as weekend guests their and has no effect on the enough for weather con-
Maroon & White Loaded flavor or texture.QUESTION ditions.
children. Alvin and wife
4 Door Tape It to
was good see Debbie
All The Way Karen Thornton, of Warner
I noticed Thomas Bigham back in .
Robbins, Ga. :
2895 "Vitamin F" in a health food school. The children are still Bradford County
t $4295 : Some of those from Raiford store. This is the first time I practicing addressing Debbieas
had heard of this vitamin. Mrs. Bigham after calling
attending the movie in Starke,
Twice A Week Pick
"In Search of Noah's Ark" What is it? (Mrs. C.P.) her Miss Thomas for three UD
1974 CUSTOM FORD 1973 CADILLAC were Mr. and Mrs. Earl ANSWER: A "rip off" At months. Debbie and her hus-
PICKUP Dobbs, Mrs. Mary demons one point in history, nutrientsnow band experienced some Phone 473-3728
known as essential fatty snowy, icy weather around
E?. and children, Mischelle and
Sedan DeVille Loaded
A/T, A/C. P/S, P/B
Jeffrey Mrs. Ethel Clemons, acids were called "VitaminF Gatlinburg, Tenn. and other Satisfaction GuaranteedCall
A/M, F/M Tape rt Calvin Griffis.Sr., J.D. Griff ," according to the Human areas they traveled on their
and Miss Marion Dancey. Nutrition Specialist, Florida honeymoon. They report
$3695 z Cooperative Extension, Uni- having a lovely time and are
$3295 Miss Barbie Wike spent versity of Florida. Techni- glad to be back in sunny Now And Receive The Month Of
cally, fatty acids are not con- Florida Mr. and Mrs.
U Friday night and Sunday with
1973 DATSON 1972 CHEV. CON. !0:! Miss Mischelle Clemons in sidered a vitamin. When you Higham live in Brooker where February fREE
Heilbronn Springs. realize that most Americansare Billy works at the Hydrocarbon -
PICKUP aW trying to avoid large Plant.
Friends of !Mrs. amounts of fat in their diets,
Rose Sapp -
Red With White Con. Top
will regret to learn that she is this is misleading and a waste .
3 $1795 ill in Bradford County of money. Health food stores I
$1995 Hospital. We pray she is soon are exploiting consumers by ISTAIUSHID.*1O4
n well again. selling "fatty acids" as 128 S. Walnut Starke Fla.
"Vitamin F" at a fancy price. ,

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