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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 7, 1974
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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For the first time since 1949 game The night before BUS Dalimore, 6'2, is the team's of the players. He told the were honored by the Coachesof junior Donnie Sewell and Elva Honorable Mention list. 10 and Hampton 8.7.
Bradford High Cagers will beat Bishop Moore 50.42 to leading scorer with an board that they were conference the Florida Star Conference Hampton were the Tornadoes White has been the team's Hampton, 5'10 is the floor
play for the Class 3A state make it to the finals average of 20 points per game champions, Region 2 getting on the All- selected to the squad. Sexton leading scorer with an leader and contributed nine
championship this weekend at while 5'10 teammate Calvin champions, and "at the end of Loop [team and two getting was voted the Coach of the average of 13.5 points per points per game and four
the Jacksonville Coliseum Bradford is riding on a 17 Rouis is getting about 16 this weekend we're going to be honorable mention. Year by his peers. game. Sewell Is close behind assists per contest. He is a fine
Bradford's first game of the game winning streak that hasH points per game. Jim Lane, state champions of Class 3A." Seniors Alvaughn Golden Abie Williams and Sheldon with 13.2. Golden averages defensive player, according to
tournament starts at 8 p.m. 5'10, is averaging seven points Four BUS team members and Curtis White along with Hodge were both placed on the 12.5 points per game, Williams Sexton.
Friday night against favored per game. Ron Hill 5'11, is
Northshore High School of getting 13 and Daryl Sermon,
Palm 5'9 is averaging eight points
West Beach. If BUS
wins they will play the winnerof per game.
the Bartow High School and 6'5 senior Larry Merrit is
Tallahassee Kickards the Rickards leading
Saturday night at 7'30: for the Ir rebounder, snagging an ., -
final championship. average of 12 rebounds per milg
game Dalimore has an ap4
BUS landed its berth to the average of 10 rebounds per

state playoffs last weekend by game. N



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Bradford County is "tinder
Abie Williams dry" with average rainfall 6 1- State Still
earned them a 23-3 record. 2 inches less than normal for ProposesTo
This is the best record in BUS the first two months of the

basketball history. Last year year.
the Tornadoes made it to the January brought only 1.3
region finals before bowing to inches of rain to the county,
Ocala Forest 64-4S. while February was slightly
7 r v' higher with 2.2 inches. The

fitly year average for Januaryis Widen SR-16 West
58.4.3 inches, and February


Alvaughn Golden
Donnie Sewell i Bids on widening SR-16

"Defensive play and west from US-301 to the
Ocala Forrest
beating 69-50 in rebounding strengths have
the Region 2 championship been the key to both of these city limits will apparently

teams success," says Head be advertised this May
Bradford Coach Mike Sexton. according to a letter the

JewelryThieves "They do some shooting from City of Starke has received
the outside but they concentrate r
on the inside." from the State Depart-

"I feel like that when we are ment of Transportation."Based .

on our game, we can beat
on current right-
anybody, regardless of their
size or record," confidently of-way acquisition and
stated Sexton. development of highway

ArrestedTwo A spark on the Tornado construction plans, we
team is senior Abie Williams, propose to advertise this
Starke juveniles, aged who regained his old form at about 1974"
the end of the year In the job on or May,
15 and 16ere arrested the DOT's J. W.
Smithy
,
region tournament he rackedup
with
and
Saturday charged ;
the robbery Friday night of 18 points against Bishop 1 district utility engineer,
Williams Jewelry on Call Elva Hampton Moore then 17 against Forrestin W stated in a letter dated
Northshore. with a 24-3 the finals. "Boy he came
Street in the city. February 26 to City Clerk
through like a jewel, Coach
record, is a rookie at state Merrill Edwards. Edwards
containing anestimate contest, as Bradford. They Sexton says. sy rkL
$10,000 in precious have a tall team, only one Coach Sexton feels that if u read the letter to the
stones and other trinkets is under six feet tall. Conrad pressure was going to get to Starke City Com
reported still missing. Officers Jones, a 6'1 senior and Gerad BUS it would have done it in missioners at their regular
recovered another bag regional tournament in the kL
meeting held Tuesday,
containing an estimated crowded Ocala gym. Sexton
$32,000 in jewelry which the noted that BIIS fans were / .- March 5.

thieves apparently left behindin scattered Friday night, but Mr1w This particular project has
their haste to escape. learned how to work things by Y 1 been a "sore spot" with the
City police arrived on the Saturday and sat together Starke City Commissioners
scene just minutes after the behind the team and and with the Board of County .
break-in, effected by cutting a cheerleaders wH Commissioners since early in
hole in the roof and letting one At a Bradford School Board 1973. It now appears that the
man down a rope, was begun.An meeting Tuesday morning DOT is planning to go ahead
electric eye burglar alarm a Coach Sexton introduced each with the project over the
system alerted police. t W objections of the two boards.
Lt W. S. (Scotty)JHhoden it The county's objection to
received the alarm about 3:53: New Trial the re-construction project on

As Khoden SR-16 197.5: when
a m Saturday came in May
Y
arrived at the scene another the DOT announced that they
officer already present,(E D. Sought For2Innlates ,4J; ( had included the improvement
Phillips, told Khoden someone : of 135 miles west
was on the roof of the jewelry from US-301 to the Green
store. Khoden ran to the back Acres Sub-Division for this
of the store and found a ladder budget year DOT proposes to
which the thieves had apparently Stephen Bernstein special widen the road to two parking
placed toclimb to the public defender, filed a motionfor lanes, two traffic lanes, with
a new trial for two h. 1, curb, gutter, and sidewalks.The .
roof.Both subjects escaped by defendants in the that Garment occurred % .4t I county commissionersstated
14 riots
sliding down a pole on the west Curtis White Factory at that time that they
side of the Koch's Drug Store Nelson, 6'7 sophomore, are April 30, 1973. did not feel justified in expending -
building, but Khoden the team's leading scorers, The motion was filed in StraiRht-A students at Bradford Middle School the third First row II.r'( ): Neva Flynn Carolyn Roller Janet Boyce, monies on SR-16 with
circuit court Thursday, .1.. .ffiu' Sara Biggs. Standing/ : :Michele rightolan Hernandez,
of the -\ are: SR-18 in such bad
recognized one pair. each 16 being
that averaging points per February 28, on behalf of Joey Rggs| Ke,In MillerTom tuck and| Teresa Bo>'ce.
Unable to locate the pair game. defendants Nathaniel condition.
night, the next morning Lt Curtis Brooks, a 6'3 junior, The board was unwilling to
and James E. Ed-
Khoden arrested the two is averaging 14 points per Pressley. spend any of the county's
youths. wards.A BMSA secondary road funds for the
See Page .it) been hearing set for on the Wednesday motion has, 10 Earn Straight A's At SR-16 acquisition of right-of-way on

March 6, before Judge Theron select group of 10 studentsof nine per cent of the student -Neva Flynn, daughter of Roller, Starke. This is Miss Deputy District DOT
.c A. Yawn in Gainesville. some IOIlenrolled) at body. Straight-A students are: !Mr and Mrs George Flynn, Roller's third time for Engineer Walter H. Skinner
Pressley and Edwards were Bradford Middle School Starke, second time on straight-A Honor RollSKMNTIKKDE. said at the time he realized
.ti ltii convicted and sentenced in a earned straight-A's for the KlOIITIKiHXDKJanet: << straight-A Honor Roll. that, "Bradford County has
... .... .. .. r seven day trial concluding last
... -. --,.....-. --'--'-- y 44' week. third six-week grading period Boyce, daughter of -Yolanda Hernandez, : for years been strapped for
-- which ended Jan. 18. 1Irs.I.\ G. Boyce, Starke, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. --Sara Biggs, daughter of funds to buy right-of-way.
1 1r Bernstein's motion for a The third six weeks honor This is the second time !Miss Carlos M Hernandez, Starke. Mr and Mrs. Bobby Biggs, The Starke City Com
R new trial raised several roll, those earning grades of B Boyce has been on straight-A -Carolyn Roller, daughterof missioners are objecting to
yuh. points. or higher, number 113, about Honor Roll Mr. and Mrs George (See Page) the project because of lack of

; z (See Page 13) funds that will be required in
ry moving the city's utility lines.

:,. .. .-. .. Mayor-Commissioner Neil
.:,:H"1',:;' -:-: r Bus Barn Operations Center Contract Letgoing Tucker he intended said Wednesday to register that a

G7 complaint on the matter to the
SPAGHETTI SUPPER After agonizing with in- in. If installed after somehow to buy a lift on its rising building costs due to "Prices are not coming down.I legislative delegations.
andFASHION decision for over two and one- completion, the floor would own inflation."I I don't believe prices will County Commissioner Dave
SIIO\V half hours \Monday night and have to be torn up, and again recommend the come down in the next five or Shuford when questioned
another half hour Tuesday Chairman Seeber Goodman Architect Don Morgan base bid and as many alter- 10 years." Wednesday morning said,
Thursday.March 1 14 morning, the Bradford School forstalled such a happening recommended the bids to the nates as we can work in," In fairness to Supt Jim "That's the way they've done
.::30-7:30p.m. Board finally voted when he insisted the board try board, pointing to continuallya Morgan said Tuesday. See Page 13)) all along. They (the DOT) do
Stark Woman't Club unanimously to accept the low the way they want to."
base bid of That of SR-16, from
for
$147,797 a new portion
Adulli: :$$1.00Spon.or.d.joChildren basketball The Class \championshiptrophy /\<\ Region 2 bus barn and operationscenter. Laivtev To Get Another Chance For Water SystemResidents US-301 the east city limits of

was kept safe !Monday. .... Starke has just been recently
by Coach !Mike Sexton took the Holding costs to under the of Lawtey will ten percent utility tax to help The Citizens Committee Several members of the completed. It is apparentlythe
j Junior Woman's Club trophy with him when' forcedto $160.000-plus interest it accrued have another chance to guarantee the loan from FHAto recommended that use of the council agreed that policies intent of the DOT to
---- evacuate his office due to a from the sale of the register approval or disapproval pay for the water system. car: be restricted to within the needed to be spelled out in complete the rebuilding of SR-
bomb threat former Anderson School at ot me proposed city Due to the objections city limits except in regard to the police car, and 16 from the east to the west
TEENAGE BANQUET Lawtey, the board rejected all water system, it was announced negotiations were halted on emergency cases, such as hot Pearson said this would be city limits. a
game while 6'5 teammate eight alternates on which it at the Lawtey city efforts to obtain the loan, but pursuit, or transportingpersons done at a future meeting after
..S....t IncanM"Musical.Group Calvin Nicholson gets 10 requested bids. The buildingwill council meeting Monday at the last council meeting it who are ill No the new city charter had been City Power Off "
To..Featured points per game. Erik Logan, be bare with no paving, or night. was voted 3-2 to go ahead with passengers should be carried studied by each member. ,
5'8 junior has an average of fencing which would have Mayor Commissioner Gene the project if sufficient except in line of duty, and a The Citizens Committeealso
Saturday,7 p.m. eight points per game. completed the job at an additional Pearson said that everyone signatures were obtained to daily: log should be kept of the recommended that the 2/3/ Lights Out

Nicholson Is the team's top $100,000 in costs. who signed up originally as a satisfy FHA.A car(s use, the recom-
Molhodlit Followihip Hall city publish a monthly Two-thirds of the of
Tick.,.SOc rebounder with an average of The board refused to borrowto water consumer will soon representative of the mendation said. financial statement and the Starke had City
15 per game.Northshore. build the maintenance receive a communicationfrom city's auditors, Purvis and The Citizens Committee minutes of each meeting in the no electricity for
more than three hours last
---- doesn't play any complex, slated to go on the the FHA (Farmers Gray, reported receipts of further recommended the so that Lawtey
newspaper
one type of defense or offense, south edge of the present Home Administration) $42,715 for the year, with naming of a police com citizens would know what was Friday morning, due to a
LEGION BIRTHDAY. but just plays according to its Bradford Middle School requesting that they again disbursements of $30,377. The missioner, to whom the city going on In their government. break in an eight-inch water
which cools
DINNER: opponents. They do play man- property off Orange Street in declare whether or not they city now has on hand in all marshal would be an pipe generators at
to-man and zone defenses, Starke. If the job is to be wish to use city water funds, including time certificates swerable.In Mrs Massey said that the the power plant, according to
Timday March 11-7.30 p.m. according to Head Coach completed it will come from Pearson said that only those approximately reply to the recom- Committee woull meet twice a City Clerk Merrill Edwards.
Floyd Andrews. funds in fiscal 1975-76 or later, who reply in the affirmativewill $72,000, the audit showed. mendations Marshal M. M. month in the future, rather One of the three pipes which
cana.rht the board indicated. be counted as part of the Abbie Massey, secretary of Jordan said that he did not than once a month, with supply water to cool the
Tallahassee Rickards wentto Only effort the board will required number of 200 the recently organized take the car outside of the city meetings held on the second engines at the plant developeda
W ((!I state two years ago but was and last leak forcing the shutdown at
Community&tatr make now toward completing consumers. Citizens Committee, made except on official business, Monday at 7:30: p.m.
Sank knocked opt in the first game anything but the 12,000 square More than 190 names were several recommendationsfrom and added that "No one can She requested and was given 8:13: a.m.
Ocala Forrest Rickards removed the
Plant workers
by foot steel building is to attempt on the original agreement to the group, including a prove I make unnecessarytrips permission to hold meetings in
also offense and defense
plays to find funds to place a take water Pearson said, but request that use of the city to Starke. I have to go a newly reconditioned room in pipe and plugged it, allowing
A_ ....... according to its opponents. the hall.Commissioner. water to flow through the
U. city
lift in the bus barn. That job some became dissatisfiedwhen police car should be restricteddue there to put my cases on the
/..... T.Do-'t ttOOOO M.b r... c-: .. Rickards.!28-1 this season is can be best accomplishedwhile they learned that it to the current gas shor county docket the law HowardSee others returning at the plant to
an all senior team. Mar!on the concrete flooring is would be necessary to impose tage. requires that," he said. ( Page 7)) operation 11:40: a.m.






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; Crosby Dotson Date Set April
Banquet Set By Methodist Reception Given i For Miss Hardy And Mr. Milner Wrong AddressMiss

Jo Ann Mobley Crosby, the University of Florida. Mr. Charles
The annual Teenage Highlight of the programwill daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Dotson is employed by Motor Carol Hardy and William George. At the opposite the evening were Eldon Mrs. Hardy, On Some ReplyEnvelopes
Banquet and program be the "Sweet Incense" L. Mobley, and James Garfield Wheel Corporation of Yp- Bobby Milner, whose end of the table,serving Darby, Mrs. and Mrs.
sponsored by the United musical group from the Dotson,son of Mrs. Hazel silanti, Mich. marriage will be an event of iced mocha from the silver Mrs. George Pierce MailedDue
Methodist Women will be held Madison Street Baptist Whitt, will be united in All friends of the couple are March 29, were honored at a punch service, were Miss Gertrude Covington.
Saturday night at 7 o'clock in Church and other entertainment marriage on Saturday, April invited to attend the weddingand reception Saturday night at Johanna Fowler and Miss Daughters assisting Paula Carter guests,
the Methodist Fellowship 6, at 7 p.m. at the Pine Level reception which will be the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Esther Romaro of Tampa. were Misses Karen to a shipping error at a
and
Hall. Tickets are 50 cents Tickets may be purchasedfrom Baptist Church. held at the Woman's Club Hurst on Searing Street. Inviting guests into the Ann Allen, Sandra and Kim Miami engraving plant,a part
each. Mrs. Drew Reddish. The bride is an employee of following the ceremony. Hostesses for the occasionwere family rooms were Mr. and Chitty, Lynn Pierce. of the reply envelopes for the
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Mrs. Dolph Reddish, Mr. and and Sonja Tenly.Outoftown Sanderson-Denmark wedding
Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mrs.J.T. Prevatt,and Robert guests were were received printed with the
,
Carter, Mr. and Mrs. JamesV. Allen. The refreshment tablein Mrs. G. E. McGauley wrong return address. These
Denmark Furniture Co. Crosby, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. the family room was grandmother of Miss Hardy Mrs., were mailed out with Invitations
aunts,
Prevatt, Mr. and Mrs. Dolph covered with an ecru lace and Miss Hardy's before the error was
Mrs.
,
Reddish, Mr. and Mrs. cloth over linen. Centering the Carl Motes of Palatka noted.
434 W. CALL ST PHONE 964-5827 STARKE FLA. Michael Sexton, and Mr. and table was a large burning red Bob Furnas of Massillon of,
Mrs Hurst. candle circled with red Ohio, and Mrs.W. H. Bryan Friends receiving in.
The bride-elect wore an strawberries and greenery. Gainesville.The vitations with the wrong
emerald green gown with cut- Miss Patricia Goodman and honor guests were address on the reply envelopes
Clearance away shoulders, which was Mrs.Mark Milner served: fruit presented with a Tole serving are asked to please
OOUrnU(31( f:5L I:3: accented by a yellow wrist punch from the English cut tray as a memento of the the readdress the envelope and
corsage, presented by the punch service during the occasion. Calling during return to Mr. and Mrs. S. G.
hostesses. party hours. party hours of 7:30: and 10 p.m. Denmark 1512 E. Call St., 'i
225
Mr. Hurst greeted guests at Assisting in serving and were approximately Starke, Fla. I
.. the door and Mrs. Hurst caring for the guests during guests. i
2 PC Living Room Suite pit&: 100 them : :':"'''' :-., :'m'!:!:;::, ,' ::' ':.
Sale $169! presented to the :mm: :ilnm ; : !:::.:.':: .
LA-Z-Boy receiving line composed of the : mU: t1!!:tjj jjj$!$i titn$1tJ: : mittUm'ttQ: : :: s::::<"*< :;: :f"'

BLUE '. .
REG.$399.95 : honored couple, and their
1 GREEN&Gpt-a PRINT parents! ,Mr. and Mrs.! _Charles!
SAVp.ginrj no '
1 GREEN: a WHITS PRINT JUST IN! GOOD SELECTION; lardy.ana Air.. ana Mrs. BobMilner. ;*l* ALEX COLMAN'S IS VERY ,

COIL BASE RUBBER CUSHION to the :::
Showing
guests dining m If ,
OF TablesB .;)< room and tea table was Mrs.s': COOL WHEN IT COMES
} .
YOUR CHOICE : : Michael Sexton. Individual ss:;'<

OF COLORS $299 95 WITH IMPORTED PORTUGESE MARBLE TOPS plates and napkins were f.i rt TO DRESSING IN A WARM ?.,
handed to the guests by Mrs. }:::: ,
James Crosby in the dining t::: CLIMATE. .
Swivel Rocker NEW room. The tea table was ::s
Room Suite EI
Living covered with ;11 1 4 .
an imported lace j: r. Soil ihlrllnj and coordinated pant'In aiy-cor poly/ "r
BLACK $9995 tea cloth over a rose pink jj;5 .7 knit art jutt rightor' Florida living C"ao.Our own
REG. S129.95 VINYL NOW REG. 5119 95 Sofa & ChaIrLivin $9995 liner. Centering the table was t(;,: color,ch.m.lit glowing' IOIIM'''al.n''ancII' your btauty.
a formal of fresh :,:: fl
arrangement :c! )to li iliti. ,,:
mixed flowers on a silver :is'::: Ch.ck.d pant pullon.tyl.with walillln tabt; pliailngcolor ''
Room Suite Broyhill Cocktail: Table :, stand. Burning pink tapers in 't *. U
tall silver candelabra 1:::j f: Solid hlrl.' In wild while, H
TUFTED GREEN VINYL SPANISH STYLING ENGRAVEDTOP enhanced the silver appointments ::i 1 1, Solid pull-on pant; M
at the table. Other i i Checked ArntTriacetate\ knit hire: white.MASTER.
COIL BASE RUBBER CUSHION ill
areas of the dining room were ::,
REG. $389.95 REG.$$9,95 NOW $5995! highlighted by burning tapers M f I m
NOW. $32995 in wall sconces and brass :g::;: ..> ,,
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buffet candelabra. Pouring at r,,:,: .cp.3" : t
the coffee service at one end of {:>;,: I .. \' 1-1cl ::,

SPANISH HI-BK Broyhill Tables Pine Finish the table at appointed times ':;.,.:':. LJ a..c. 96"50 .>M..,,
Chair were Mrs. Harry Hatcher, C. t.
GREEN VINYL HEX COMMODES Mrs. L. F. Dinkins, and Mrs. S'Woman's :
>>

REG. $119.95 $9995 REG. $59.95 $4995 Club X*::i%i M1 0

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Bed Room Suites 2 PC Living Room Suite To Meet Mar. 13 :*1'::,:.r Ld c f WI'


DRESSER. MIRROR, CHEST EARLY AMERICAN STYLING The International Affairs
department under Mrs. A.
CANOPY BED- WHITE FRENCH AVAILABLE IN 4 FABRIC COLORS Russell Norman chairman, t*: @
and Mrs. L. H. Redding, co- :1 t
>:
PROVINCIAL. WITH GOLD TRIM PRINT-GOLD-GREEN-ORANGE chairman,will be in charge of );

the program at the March >:*
YOUR CHOICE
REG.$399.95. 3499S luncheon meeting of the >,-
.ftEG.f'RtCE$399.95; # : FOR$33995 Woman's Club of Starke on ;i, #ill

Wednesday, March 13, at ,.: @: .
ONE OF A KIND GOOD SELECTION OF HOME 12:15. ::i
Mrs. Norman asks memi i::} t i
Bassett Table $ 9g OFFICE & bers to bring items of interest i 3 ,

REG. $89.95 NOW Q4 Desks SCHOOL from foreign countries to be t;;., 4 r 1 1w iI I
put on display. '::; N
Serving on the hostess :m & I
Cocktail Tables FIBERGLASS committee will be: Mrs. Guy !::>> ?
Swivel 1 Chairs Andrews Mrs. W. S. Haas, iW :
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.
PECAN FINISH REG. $69.95 $4995DEALT Mrs. Ruby Johns, Mrs, A. E. t
LAKE COTTAGE:: 99"Used McKinney, Mrs. R. P. ,::t
McLendon, Mrs. J. H. ,j''!: 4kS
Minesinger, Mrs. M. A. t I q
Tables STRIPED COIL BASE ARM CAPS Payne, Mrs. Aime Prandl, '.: !
1 Mrs. Paul Raymond, Mrs. ,::S '
COCKTAIL 2 END :k
Curtis Sanders
Club Chairs Mrs. C. B. r
REG. $74.85 NOW $39 95 SAVE $30 $1 0995 Terwillegar, Jr., and Mrs. f ''
One Wiggins. :;! I, )

Pole Lamps. \ From $1295Good Club Chair SUPERSOFT VINYL American LegionPost [r::.I .. I :


Selection Of Swag Lamps 56 Plans i t:'.J 'Iii

REG.S159.95 SHEPHERD: CASTERS 999S f:: 't

What Not Stand Birthday Dinner i


MAPLE OR WALNUT USED GREEN Rccliner', *|gco American Legion Post 56, "::
720 Edwards Road, will have >:'1 ,I.. &
its annual American Legion i f:;II r
Club Chair NYLON FABRIC Used Chairs birthday! dinner on Tuesday t --4--
night March 12, at 7:30 p.m. I :: to
Legion members and their .:i :
YOUR $995 : {
CHOICE
REG. $159.95 919 95 EA wives are invited to attend the ::ij bi
.. dinner and to take part in the .'.I g... ::,
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recreation and games that are t ..
Bedding & planned for the evening. *
Used Sofa Bed WHITE USED Several door prizes will be S j.. ,-
$2495 given to the winners of the '
VINYL
Dinette Suites various
games played.
t ,
Commander T. F. Howell &.::. a, *
urges the members and their ::., .4-P
Framed Pictures FROM $695 Pre Season<<; Specials! wives to attend and take part r.:;':

.w..v.rw- in the activities. :,.,
Food chairman, C. J. :::>:: :4 Sfi
3 PIECE Baa: 3.Piece Idawn:(Group Schaefer, stated that he was *.!: r a

FROM $8995 'WHITE STEEL: MESH REG serving chicken and rice with :1 ? .
2 STOOLS 'S10995 all the trimmings. Refresh- -4-' M
,2 CHAIRS 1 SOFA 144.85 ments will be served before :: Mb a
the dinner for those arriving 1i:I

ODD DINING ROOM GENUINE REDWOODPicnic between 7 and 7:30: p.m. Ii! ,\ % .r..
:;:..;. .-w.+- -
ChairsSaveAsMuchAs$20 Club ;> .'..
Country fl;:I
R
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Sets $4495
Sets Tournament f{ .__.4-- .,
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And Supper t tI .. B
Cedar Chest For Graduation WROUGHT IRON << .r. ,
I:::4 .4. $ !
;!:i +-
Chairs ; The Starke Golf and #::; h
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Beautiful :Framed Mirrors WlTHTHtCKCUSHIONSWall \ : I Country Club will hold a : + i
-, membership golf tournament (4 ,
Oak Porch REG$49.95 $3995 : on Saturday March 9, 1: 0''
Swings '. : followed by a covered dish i '
at .,._4-4.q
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supper p.m. ij
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Units Bookcase, Bar or Cabinets :. Members are asked to bring I
the entire family to the sup- i ii r, ,,, -
per Chicken will be provided ;
br the club, and covered I
dishes will be brought by those .1: : :
E attending. Details on the :f :E -: .
M tournament may be obtained i.!! Mt. ,
BJ Denmark y
Furniture Starke ,
Co.
of ..
outrllrE by calling the pro shop. ::. r,,..4 _.,,.-..
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hold a card party for those of ; ..
the community who play -
canasta or bridge. The date is :>
set for Friday March IS, at ;?: BANK AMERICARD
7:30 p.m. Those who wish to CHARGE
434 W. CALL ST. PHONE 964-5827 STARKE FLORIDA play may call Mrs. George HOURS 9:00: 5:30: MON. THRU SAT,

Roberts at 964-6058. .
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: Miss Chapman Adams Home Giddens Payne Wedding- Party EntertainedMr BIRTHS

q and Mrs. Richard Fellowship Hall. The buffet with gold tapers.
j Guest Of Honor Page
Scene Of Tea The honored Mr. and Mrs. Burge Searingof
were hosts at a dinner party table was covered with a couple the
' : At Friday night, Feb. 22, white lace cloth and centered presented gifts to their at- Jacksonville announce
: Reception For birth of a daughter, Erin
Miss DenmarkMiss
tendants and
aaltDjV honoring their son, Carl with an arrangement of everyone Elizabeth February 9 in
I Giddens, and his fiancee yellow and green mums and present received a miniature on
I : Miss Melinda Chapman, Joyce Denmark, bride- Becky Payne, following the fern. The dining table was picture of the bride in wedding Memorial Grandmothersare Hospital
,'. April 6 bride-elect of Robert elect of March 17, was complimented couple's wedding rehearsalThe covered with a white cloth and attire. Jacksonville. of
: White, was honored at a at a lovely tea dinner was held in the held an arrangement of white Assisting in serving the 25 Mrs. E. B. Searing Nicholsof
:- delightful Saturday afternoon given by guests were Mrs. Tom Starke and Mrs. Colie
reception Tuesday First Baptist Church poinsettias and wedding bells Casey,
; night of last week at the Mrs. John Torode, Mrs. J. M. flanked by silver candelabra Jr., and Mrs. C. D. Thornton. Chattahoochee.
Woman's Club of Starke given Vickers, and Mrs. Herlong
by Mrs. Robert Barksdale, Adams at the home of the ;'
Mrs. M. A. Baldwin, Mrs. J. latter on East Call Street. .

E. Hardy, Mrs. Sherrod Arrangements of dogwoodwere Pre Season
Hamilton, and Mrs. V. J. used in the party rooms. rir -
Spengler. Mrs. Adams greeted guestsat 0
'
Spring flowers were used the door and presentedthem ; '

throughout the auditorium for to the receiving line .
the occasion. composed of the honoree, her J
SPECIALS
Mrs. Hardy greeted guestsat mother, Mrs. S. G. Denmark, Iv W
the door and presented and Mrs. M. A. Sanderson of .
them to the receiving line Raiford, mother of the ., J -c .1" GENERAL ELECTRIC

composed of Mrs. Barksdale, prospective groom. ? 1' ,
Mrs. Olin White, and Miss Mrs. Torode and Mrs. Eve
Chapman Mrs. Spengler Godwin invited guests to the
invited guests to the tea table. tea table in the dining room. Predicted Food Ii-
A four-branch silver The table was covered with an Shortages

epergnette holding pink imported embroidered linen
tapers and centered with an cloth and centered with an

arrangement of pink carnations arrangement of yellow and Higher Price You ?
Worrying
statice and baby white daisies in a crystal bowl l
breath centered the tea table flanked by two crystal can- I'i i
which was covered with an delabra with white tapers. 1

imported cutwork cloth. Presiding at the silver Sawyer Slade Appliances
Presiding at the silver coffee coffee service atone end of the I -
service at intervals were Mrs. table were Mrs. J. R. Wain- "
Gladys Weldon of Starke, and wright and Mrs. Vernon \ 'h. Huge
Mrs. Avanell Johnson and Silcox Serving pastries at the t 1 l Suggests You
Mrs.\ Claude II. Barton of other end of the table were y. .
Jacksonville. Presiding at the Mrs. E. L. Matthews and Mrs. ____ ji. r Savings

punch bowl at the other end of Clyde Sinclair. Becky Lou Payne Becomes Bride
the table were Mrs Warren Mrs. H. M. Hatcher, Jr.

Kbling and daughter, Susan, poured punch at a table on the Of Carl Giddens, _. In First. Baptist Graw y On Their
patio. The table covered H -- -
of Kingsley Lake, and Mrs. was au .
Glen Moore of Starke. with a green linen cloth and Miss Becky Lou Payne, full sleeves of peau de soie Own Pre Season Sale
Mrs. Hamilton and Mrs. centered with a crystal punch daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. ending in wide lace cuffs. Her
Baldwin served as floor bowl encircled with dogwood. A. Payne of Starke, and Carl featured wide Food
hostesses and assisting in Assisting in serving were Ellis Giddens, son of Mr. and skirt a ap-
ruffle of lace that And
Mrs. G. S. Brown, Mrs. John pliqued
serving were Mrs. Ervin Mrs. Richard Page of Freeze
Andrews and Mrs. E. E. Watson, III, Mrs. J. E. Hardy, Highland, were united in edged her chapel length train. For Future
She wore a Juliet cap of
Tanner. Mrs. Charles Dinkins, Mrs. J. marriage on Saturday, Feb. Use
Venise lace trimmed
The hostesses presented the H. Moseley, and Mrs. Charles matching
23, at 7:30: p.m in the First with seed and
honoree with a silver cold Darby. Baptist Church, Starke with bouffant pearls veil of 18 CU. FT.RcK.399.
meat fork in her chosen silver The honoree was presentedwith Rev. Ben Bryant performingthe secured to a
sheerest illusion. She carrieda
pattern as a memento of the a vegetable bowl to her nuptials. "
chosen china and nosegay of white pompomsand
a
occasion. pattern Highlighting the altar was a
Mrs. Charles of corsage of sweetheart roses wedding lace centered 1
Searcy garland of baby's breath on ur '
with detachable white orchid tFQbu >
a Now
Gainesville was among the 250 from the hostesses as a the choir rail, two standing with white satin c1 ;
guests invited to call between memento of the occasion. baskets of yellow Fuji mums corsage f
ire hours 7:30: and 9:30: One hundred and fifty and baby's breath against a streamers. Her only ornamentwas DU Giant k 3EB/
o'clock. guests were invited to call background of arched and a gold cross, a gift of the
between the hours four and candelabras with groom.A .
five-thirty o'clock.Birthday burning standing tapers. A single 1+ Savings On
Beta Sigma Phi held in the
reception was
candle in clusters of fern were -
placed in each of the ten church Fellowship Hall where 3e rr J 21 CU. FT. <
Hold Rush PartyBeta Party For windows. Satin bows markedthe baskets of yellow Fuji mums
family were used in decorating.Mrs. .Freeer Reg. '449
Debra Jackson Presenting pews.a of S. L. Peek, Jr. greeted .. Now
Sigma Phi sorority's program guests at the door and Mrs.
annual Rush party was held at nuptial music were Mrs. L. A. William Munson, the groom's Sale 3BB
and Miss
Jackson
Debra Amy Canova organist, s
the home of !Mrs. Grady sister, kept the bride's book.
Overstreet on Feb. 25 with daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carol Hardy soloist. The bride's table was
Edward H. Jackson of William Munson, thegroom's
Mrs. Freddie and FT.
Stephens covered with a white floor 16 CU.
celebrated her brother-in-law,
Gainesville,
Mrs. Richard Odom assistingin length satin and lace cloth A
first birthday Saturday served as best man and the -
serving. skirt. ,
Members and honored March 2, at the home of her ushers were Bobby Giddensand over a ruffled satin Keg. '379
table
Centering the was a l ,
guests were asked to call grandparents. Mr. and Mrs Craig King. three-tiered wedding cake r

between 7:30: and 9:00.: The Blake Jackson. Miss Nancy Payne attendedher topped with white wedding Now
The dining room was sister as maid of honor. : .
theme was Love, Love, Love. bells and flanked by silver
decorated with pink and white She wore an iced lemon dotted
Rushees follows
The are as : candelabra with white "
tapers.
Mrs. Richard Little, Mrs. streamers and balloons and Swiss gown with long sleeves, Holman of St. 5'
Mrs. R. H. 1111 -- ::14B
the table was centered with a tapered skirt, puritan collar A11 $
John Smith.Mrs. Doyle Crews Augustine, aunt of the bride, ltiuaWlratElIf ti
small pink cradle with doll and wide cuffs of white dotted
and Mrs. Joe Robinson.The .
and l\1rs.1\1. A. Payne, Jr., thebride's
annual Model filled with balloons and party Swiss edged with a lace ruffle. 1'0'' + ;
meeting sister-in-law, cut the d "-
notions for the children. She carried two long-stemmed f
will be held Monday March 11 cake. pill ePy "
at 7:30: at the home of Mrs. C.W. Punch nuts candies and an yellow Fuji mums with yellow The two punch tables were
Slade E. ice-cream cake were served to satin streamers. She wore a
on Southgate covered with white satin
Drive wiih Mrs. Grady the 17 guests. Those attending yellow veil of sheerest cloths and held crystal punch ,
cohostess.Mr. included little Debbie'scousins illusion, fastened to a cap of
Overstreet as bowls that were encircled with
Stacey and Stanley organdy bow and flowers. .
fern and qi 1 14 CU. FT.
yellow
Griffis, and Kimberly Beth Misses Kathy Casey and pompoms.
:the bowls
Presiding at punch
Talcott served as
Jackson. Ginger
and Mrs. Gilbert were Misses Jennifer Haas \
Goldwire attended the funeral maids identical of to honor that of in the gowns honor and Jan Graudon. ,, \ Beg. 339
of his brother Ashley Gold- Assisting in serving were
wire, on Feb. 23 in Waycross, Mrs. Mae Green is a patientin attendant. Their headpieceand Mrs. Charles Hardy, Mrs.
also the
flowers
Ga. Alachua General Hospital.KJOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO4. were Tom Casey, Jr., Mrs. C. D. Now
as the honor at
same
tendant's. Thornton, Mrs W. S. Haas,
Mrs. J. O. Gay, Mrs. Charles
e;;?! DAY CARE .. The bride, given in Darby Mrs.J. E. Hardy. Miss
marriage by her father, worea Sally Torode and Miss !!.! 1
!
ti# .>r1 CENTER '.. gown of satin-faced peau de Hjalmar McMillan. tllustl! !!!1in
i and lace
soie Venise poisedover Following a wedding trip fo

'i & FROM ARM BABIEs -- k.,Jrt layers of bridal taffeta Limestone, Maine, the couple
\> and starched net. Her empire will reside at the Loring Air
'
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TO SCHOOL AGE JL jf i] [ bodice of lace was enhancedby Force Base in Maine where

i CONSTANT CARE- BALANCED SNACKS a tiny mandarin collar and the groom is stationed with
had cap sleeves of lace with the U. S. Air Force.
i NOW OPEN 7:00: A.M. TO 4:30: P.M. I i
E.O.M. SALESawyer
TO COMPLETE THEIR

REASONABLE RATES i I ADK Initiates New MembersAt

] WE WILL WORK WITH MOTHERS TO SOLVE | |

] THEIR PROBLEMS (? *) Thornton Home Slade & General Electric

Alpha Gamma chapter of devotional entitled "The
Greater Bethlehem FreeWill '''.! r Alpha Delta Kappa In- Master Teacher." In an im-

:.=-t ternational sorority for pressive candlelight service,
Church
Baptist Women Educators, met Sandra Duncan, Mary Agnes

i j 1101 CHESTNUT ST AT ASH ST. 964-5136 OR .( l' Monday night. Feb. 25, at the Ferguson and Eugenia Offers
T3OOOOOOOOOOOQOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCK home of Thelma Thornton, Whitehead were pledged to
I FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL 964-8866- -2121! 1 Kingsley Lake. the sorority.

Laurie Mullins gave aFLORIDA'S During the business session,

." 1M \. :. .- conducted Payne plans hu vr were Mrs discussedfor Lucille Matching Washer- Dryer Special

28 I participating; in the .
i. .. District II membership

.," meeting to be held in
ANNUAL .. Jacksonville on March 9.
Peggy Stanwix-Hay DELUXE
presented a program on
conservation of natural MULTI-TEMPERATURE
resources. Members were VERSATILE AUTOMATIC
asked to take part in the GAS DRYER with
Y ; program by discussing WASHER-4 Cycles, 2 Permanent Press Cycle

assigned questions as to Wash & Spin Speeds r<
: : cause, effect and possible MODEL DOG 7200

y. HI. VAIl] solutions. All were rated on a MODEL WWA 7030P 1F t.,o Permanent Press cycle permits fab-
:J Conservation quiz.Refreshments Budget-priced yet takes care of most Tics to relax, helps reduce wrinkles.
a were servedby clothes-washing problems! Features i / Three temperature selections: Normal -
!,A FRIDAY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY the hostess and co-hostess. : famous Filter-Flo9 wash system Delicate and no-heat Fluff.
.3' Marilyn Vellenga. ; four wash cycles-Permanent 6 Manual selection of drying time up
: 1- : MARCH Press with cold water cooldown, / to 130 minutes. Separate start but
TCNI \ y j 8,910In of Normal cycle with Extra Wash Acti ton. Standing pilot light.
Mrs. Morris Crafton vated Soak, Delicate; two wash and
wN1TT .. M'- Owensboro, Ky.was Friday to BOTH ONLY'
spin speeds; two water levels; three
./ The Beautiful Ravine Gardens .
: Monday guest of Mr. and Mrs.T. and two rinse-
H. Slade. The Slades also wash-temperature !!!
I !!
combinations.
,,, ':.. State Park-Palatka had as Tuesday guests Mr. temperature 3 B B

a .-"t' and Mrs. Wesley Snyder of iiiiJiiI'
t l ;a ,CALENDAR OF, Owensboro, Ky.

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.. towl Mn tttma A tfM rMm Starke, Florida 3209! -

EVEg'' off SATURDAY MARCH P uavle.nar .
T"'. .. Second Class postage paidat
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v', taO' AZALEA BAlL .......9:00: P.M. .. Gas & Appliance
_DOn't w.wd-3a.. _, Rater; GOOD SERVICE. ,
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AMISS SUNDAY MARCH 10TH GC13Amtnct't
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year; 13.50 six months *I
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I P2PC2 @ffiv\fl0CW I -- I fiR :family: center I Robbery.(From Page. .I DOwner I



Charney Williams
Mr and Mrs. L C. Early DIr and Herbert Green and Mrs. Merritt Williams and the alarm
burglar withsaving
returned Tuesday of last week Mrs. J. H. Fields visited Mr. daughter Mrs. R. L. Sief- w s I- ( I credits the day by limiting the
irom a two weeks visit with and Mrs. Robert Tanner in ferman of Petersburg, Va. He has
fo $$10,000.
i datives in Mobile, Ala. Baldwin Sunday. visited Mrs. J. A. Landrum in, i ,. IwK insurance theft to cover such losses no
Brooksville Wednesday of last Pi
because theft insurance is too
The Methodist Women's Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Bradleyand week. expensive for him to afford.
Sunday school class had a Mr. and Mrs. John But the
Williams
dinner party Tuesday night at Bradley. Jr. spent the Mrs. Charlie Wiggins and store says.operator he
the Maas Brothers restaurant weekend with Mr. and Mrs. daughter, Than, of Stockton, jewelry install says
to an even
in Gainesville celebrating the Bill Clark in Melbourne. Ga. were Sunday guests of plans burglar alarm more
birthdays of Mrs. (<' W. Mrs. L. D. Vining. A' ,,I F r srR sophisticated
Strickland and Mrs. Ilex Mr. and Mrs. John Hartleyand system. of the
One juveniles
Anderson sons of Jacksonville Mrs. Orie Wiggins returned
d' arrested has a lengthy\ recordof
visited her mother, Mrs. Saturday from St. Vincent's ","illy'i
9LL trouble making. the
she underwent i A' city
where
Margie Dowling, over the Hospital ti states.Bradford .
r rI weekend.Rev. surgery last Mondav. police depurtmenl


Roman Alvarez and Gray Flynn and Brad County School Menu
Rev. Bob Schmitts of Carter of the University of Lc:1 March\ 13 .
Arlington Texas were among Florida were home for the tO, "R II ,"
By those attending the funeral of weekend.Mr. l Monday: Hot clog on bun.
Rev. W. E. Hall Monday later tots, cole slaw, orange\
Charlotte Lunsford morning. and Mrs. Robert G. juice, cookie, milk
R. I. I1JI I kOf k\\ '
Bitgood of Hope Valley, L1. Tuesday: Spaghetti with
POLYPROPYLENE Mrs. Margaret Lewis has are spending several weeks ... meat sauce, cheese! tossed
been readmitted to Alachua with Mr. and Mrs. Julian
!
CARPETS salad peaches. French bread

Polypropylene is a big name observation General Hospital and for treatment.Mr. further. McRae. ficialsAttcnd Oncnins Of Neiv TG & Center milk.Wednesday: Fried chicken

for a synthetic fiber used in the Mrs. Fred Fields of Tampawas with gravy rice greens Iruit
'manufacture of conventional and Mrs. L A. Canova, a weekend guest of Mr. Pictured at the grand opening of the new T. C. and Y. F. :M. Settles, manager or the Starke store: :.Mrs. Settles: cup. cornbread. milk
carpets, and indoor-outdoor Jr. and children of Orange and Mrs. George Flynn, Jr. Family Center in the new Bradford Shopping Crater last ('Iytll'11:1),11111"1: area' supervisor; l.lmla Settles; II. U. Thursday : Beelaroni.
Park were Sunday visitors of week are (from left): John :Dryers, Chamber of Commerce Smith district manager; and l Iron Fletcher co-manager carpets. All the layman really Mrs. Canova Sr. Beth and Laurie Goldwire of manager; Bill Glover, manager of Holiday Inn: :Merrill the Starke store. oven apples, rolls milk.
needs to know about West Palm Beach spent Edwards, City Clerk; Bill Epps president Community State Air.: Settles expressed himself as well pleased with the' (Friday: Hamburger gravyon
Polypropylene is the fact that it Mrs. !M. A. Baldwin spent Sunday to Tuesday of last Bank; Mayor Commissioner Neil Tucker; J. I.. Price of opening of the :UlMMlO square-foot store, which Is among the mashed potatoes corn
Friday and Saturday with her week with their grandparents Orlando> Vice President of T. G. and \1r1.I'rice; : : largest stores operated by the company in I'lorid.l.Stokc.'S jello wit h orange juice, bread
is one of the top fibers for son-in-law and daughter, !Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Gold- manager's choice milk.
carpets. and Mrs. John Montuoro and wire. The Goldwires took the '
daughter in Tampa. children to Disney World Straight A . .
Polypropylene is known for its Tuesday where they were 4 Arrested Here On B&E Charges I I IFour
outstanding stain resistance Mr.and !Mrs. W. M. !MengofSt. joined by the children's From Page 1)
Beach visited Mr. and Mrs. Mike
cleanability, wearability Petersburg parents,
easy their parents, Mr. and !Mrs. E. Goldwire. Starke, second time on ( persons have been was in possession of a 1\1!>, of Starke were arrested Favorite arlicles which
and low absorption factor \1atthewsandMr.: and Mrs. Straight-A Honor Roll. arrested in connection with a hand gun identified as having and charged with breaking thieves take seem to b.un!: I
making it good for indoor and Paull\1eng. over the weekend. !Mrs James Biggs and son -Teresa Boyce, daughter of recent rash of breaking and been taken from the home of and entering, and receiving color televisions and jewelry
outdoor uses. Highly resistant to returned to their home in Mrs. M. G. Boyce Starke. entering, according to the Ralph Bryan in another stolen merchandise. along with any money I King
Miss Kay Turner of North Murray Ky. Wednesday of -Carla 1lichelleo'right, Bradford County Sheriff's burglary. Dempsey said Shc-rilf r Dolph Reddish says around the house. Reddish
abrasion, Polypropylene is Florida Junior College and last week after two weeks visit daughter of Mr. and Mrs Earl. Department. Alter obtaining) a search that all four we believed to be said
mildew proof, moth proof and Bob Johnson of Jacksonville with her parents Mr. and Wright, Hawthorne.Tom Jailed Thursday morning warrant, deputies recoveredotner connected with the excessive Deputies are trYing to
non allergenic. spent the weekend with Mrs. Mrs. Henry Stefanelli. During Locke, son of Mr. were Virgil Stokes 40. and stolen items belongingto number of break-ins over the recover as much as possible of
Janet Turner and family. Mrs. Biggs' stay here the and Mrs. Paul Vernon Locke, Vernon Griffis, 21)!), both of Bryan. Cren&haw and Keith past two weeks. the missing articles as the
Carpets of Polypropylene can family had as visitors Mrs. Law teY. Starke in connection with the Reddish from the residencesof !Numerous; articles have investigation continues the I
now be seen at our shop. Don't Steve Weldon and daughter. Anthony Caruso and Mr. and burglary of the home of Jerry the two defendants been recovered from the sheriff said.
hesitate Come on by the store Lucy,of Macclenny visited his Mrs. Albert Stefanelli and SIXTIIGKADi: Crenshaw, south of Starke on Dempsey said, on South Water homes of the defendants plus There is a possibility that
I mother Mrs. Gladys Weldon, family of Jacksonville, Mr. -Joey Riggs son of Mr. and Feb 21(;, John Dempsey Street in Starke. other stolen !goods found in other arrests may be made
and browse We want you to be Mrs. Donald A. Riggs, Starke Duty before the book is closed on
on Saturday.Mrs. and Mrs Wilbur Thomas and David W. Padgett. 21. of nearby wooded areas. Reddish
I satisfied family of Brooker and Mr. second time on Straight-A At the time of the arrest. Starke and Glen D. :Magari. aid this group of complaints,
and 11rs.Ieed! Lewis and son Honor__..m., Roll.. hellish, rnntiniiffl
eharlolleearpel' Olin White Mrs. Ervin of Lake City. -Kevin Miller, son of Mr
I Andrews, Mrs. Robert and Mrs. John Miller. Starke.
Barksdale. Mrs. J. E. Hardy Mr. and Mrs. Merritt The A-B Honor Roll includes: /'
and Mrs. M. A. Baldwin at Williams and Mrs R. L. Eight grade: Matthew Box, t
i I tended the breakfast and Siefferman attended the Denise Gissy, Chuck Register,
fashion show at Maas Williams' Linda Richardson Priscilla
I 1001 N E 19th DRIVE Spring funeral of Mrs.
I GAINESVILLE FLORIDA 120)) Brothers on Monday where aunt Mrs. Ethel Knowles in Stalnaker. Kathy Taylor Joe
I PHONE (904)373) -9(16 Mrs. White won a door prize. Douglas, Ga. last Thursday.Rev Meng. Wade Winkler Davis
Best Cheryl Boyette. Elaine 11II1 -

and Mrs T. A. Steele Cauley, Diane Crews Janet .
Turkey Creek were Mondayand Duncan Stephanie Green ,
Block has Tuesday guests of Mrs. %V. Ronda Griffis. Roy Hart. (
Henry B. Mundy.Mr. Valarie Jones, Teresa Moore.
Karen Reddish Brenda Sapp
17 why and Mrs. Meed Lewis Darlene Shirley, Sonya Tenly.
reasons you and son. Chris, of Lake City Joy Williams Cilitia Hawkins,
were Saturday night guests of Christie Redding Rickie .

should come to us Mr.and Mrs. Vernon Reddish Lawrence Harvey Thompson Guy Smith.Phyllis i Le

Jerry Lawson of Fort Renee Contrears Latonya a
for income tax help.Reason Walton Beach spent Sunday to Renea Johnson 4 r Y
Tuesday with his mother Seventh grade. Carol
Mrs. Ewell Lawson, and Mr. Hayes, Lee Felton. Sheila i KI
1. We income
tax
are and Mrs. Jimmy Lawson. Holmes Cheryl Prevatt.
specialists. We ask the right Patrick 1lundorf.elson:'

questions We dig for every honest Mrs. R. P. McLendon Green, Kevin Tillman, Jeffrey
returned Monday after Norman. Gerald Baldwin
deduction. We want to leave no several weeks visit with Mr. Sharon Hobbs. Linda Johns.
stone unturned to make sure you and Mrs. James McLendonand Tamara Elheridge. Catherine
pay the smallest legitimate tax. sons in Blowing Rock, N. Cane l\Iel3 OleIorris.: everytHing
C. Deborah Harper Marcia
Goodge. Tracy George.
The Fellowship of Christian Sylvan Williams Donna
Youth held a cookout Monday Johnson Susan Massey
night on Brooklyn Lake with Edmond Johnson Linda
50 young people attending.The Johnson Randall Crawford.
group enjoyed supper, Marlene Dawson, James .
games and a song fest duringthe Faulkner, Horace Griffin. cJa! JJeaufiful.
evening. Carlos Hernandez. Chantal (
Jenkins, Darlene Mott. .
Mrs Merritt Williams Pamela Stalnaker. Irene
visited Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wainwright Cheri Wall. :Mike

'Taylor Jacksonville and Monday.children in Wallace.Sixth Grade Diane: Sherree Wright.Shinn When You've Saved For

a&L LaTHE Local admittances to Cherise Chasteen, Aspinwall Retania Coleman Tina That New Home

Bradford County Hospital this Peggy Cooper. Virginia
INCOME TAX PEOPLE week include: Charles S. Crews Al Chapman, Randy
Roberts Equilla Roberts, Andrews, Junior Daughtery
118 NORTH WALNUT ST. Brenda Prevail George Tammy Curtner, Jeri Driver GUARANTY FEDERALYour
Prevatt, Danny Nugent Mrs. Lou Ann DuBose. Sarah
Open!l a.l1I.6 p.m.Ion.: -Sat. Phone 90-1-82x0
Huth Branch, Mrs. Irene Faulk. Kathy Gray. Teena
01'K.4)1). n':0: : \PHOI\TMKNT NRCKSSXRV: : Mackey. Mrs Dorothy Griffis, Norman Deborah Overstreet.

Martin Ricks, Raymond dream home is it just a flight of fancy, As your savings dollars add up, you may want to
Robin
Trainor Schweda
Leonard Johnson Janice or something >ou're really after? You can make i invest in savings certificates there are !several
ATLANTAMarket" Jockel Ann Brooks, Rhea
eharlollej Corbett, Sandra Darley thai I dream come true if you save regularly at plans from which to choose.

l Sherry Denny George Gohagen Timmy, Cathy Gissy Guaranty Federal Savings and Loan Association.Al By saving regularly al Guaranty. Federal, )tm'lI

Cart kWinterlL Grider.Knepper Lynne Paula Johns.Parker Teresa Guaranty Federal, money invested in a high have thai downpayment money !before you know

Norma-Perdue, Tod Samons interest passbook savings account grows fast it! And Guaranty Federal ran help with thatmortgage
Catherine Schoening. Janet loo!
.. Special Sylvester. Pam Underhill earning "II'% compounded daily. Al I Guaranty
Joyce Wainwright. Louise Good things! in the future don't just happen .
Williams and Betsy Yawn. Federal, your money is safe, protected by an
you have to plan for them! Start now by raving
agency of the Federal Government up to 120,000!

N $2,000 Stolen regularly at Guaranty Federal.


Fro in Ten n ceo

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$2,000 in cash was stolen SAVINGS INFORMATION
Bigelow "Madcap"Shag (from the Teneco Service

Station on N, Temple Ave T/peof' Account Mm. Investment Min. Term Annual Rate Annual yield

Starke Feb. 11,Police according DepartmentAbout to the Passbook Savings. !None !None 5.25o 5.39o .

New Certificate Sl.OOO 90 Days, 5.150 5.92o

INSTALLED OVER THICK LUXURY PADREG. 11 a.m. that morning New Certificate ROOD ( Year B.50% 6,1200 Gainesville: 220 N, Main
Anthony Long manager of the New Certificate Sl.OOO 2''/ Years 6.1500 6 93b<>
: Teneco Station had advised New Certificate Sl.OOO Years 1.5000 7.79' 3501WUnIYlrsltyAYI.
8.99NOW $7" ,f the Police Department that 3300 S.W. Archer Road

safe someone and had had gone taken into$2.000.his( when earnings are allowed to compound daily Stub: 395 W. Madison

LIMITED QUANTITIES t +' Olficers went to the station A substantial interest penalty required lor early withdrawal on certificate plans. Kcysfont Heights: Lawn nceBlyd.and'
and checked found no signs of
THICK LUXURY Charlotte and Lunsford Owners
Henry forcible entry but the sale top Sylvan Way
PADDING was missing Long also ad-
6A Little hard To Fired But Worth It" vised that he had been at the
IN STOCK station on Feb. 10th counting a ;_
FOR IMMEDIATE / bank deposit. Guaranty Federal
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FREE employed

36 MONTHS "-INE 31ST AVE aI 'cP4f 0 ESTIMATESANYTIME stopped after they by. left Long he stated put that the Savings and Loan Association !

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3003 HE 19th Dr. NE 23RD- *vi/ 373-9846 money, then he went back by 9aweA.9a.a.wnr
the station to make the
Gainesville door was locked then sure went Downtown dfiv.-up window cloud duo to construction torryl All .the, branch drivo-up op.nl!
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I County Seeking To Keep Only Resident JudgeBradford Waldo Road 4-Laning


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'-.J' -ML m -- TV In 2 MonthsFourlaning
County may be move, Jim Bloodworth, of the juvenile court said that when the new and some citizens of the In a letter to Zoning ... Ttegin"
without the services of a parole and probation com- County Attorney Gene Shaw courthouse was constructed circuit.In Director L. M. Gaines, Curtis the
resident circuit judge on mission, spoke of the han- that the entire second floor other matters coming up Beville, Jr., a student at the of the Waldo Four-laning the accident highway
March 31, a subject given dicaps that could occur in the was designed for the for discussion Monday, the University of Florida, Road (SR-24)) from the Sperry should lower rate
con stretch of road
thorough discussion at the operation of his office if the Two Renamed venience of the court and i Commissioners: proposed to make a survey for Plant north of Gainesville to of a that has
was in* be known
meeting held Monday, March services of) a resident judge designed to specifications of Approved a request from recreational facitlites of Waldo, should be underway come to as "suicidealley"
4, by the Board of County were not readily available. To Hospital the legal profession, and that the County Zoning Board to Crosby, Rowell and Sampson about two months in Tallahassee, followingbid the high in number recent years of fatalities.A due to.
Commissioners.The Bloodworth was also lakes during the openings
speaking summer
\? the facilities are the very best. amend the new budget to
vacancy will be createdby for the officials in Union and BoardA. Shaw urged that a campaign include the expenditure of months. Beville said the cost UWOTkeon miles of
the resignation of Circuit Baker counties, who would Trustee be initiated with the board $10,000. The sum requested is of the survey would be $350. the 8 1-2
Judge George L. Patten. likewise be inconvenienced. that the resident circuit judge to be used for the employmentof The commissioners approvedthe divided highway will include, portion of the road is
Judge Patten recently ten George H, Pierce, local G. Loudoh, Jr. was re- be located in Bradford a County Building In- survey. heavy installation grading of, widening concrete already motorists apparently four-laned find and
dered his resignation for attorney, said that he was elected chairman of the County, as it has been for spector, $8,500 is for salaryand George O. Pierce, and drainage hard to adjust after it
of ill-health. Bradford County Hospital more than he is to be set in culverts, leavingthe
reasons very much opposed to the years could $1,500 up an the Brooker
representing divided
.
highway
Board of Trustees at section
a structures.V.
remember..
The Commissioners centralization account for the
adopteda of the operationof expense new
Volunteer Fire Department, WhitehurstandSonsorWilhston and entering the two-lane
held Feb. E.
meeting Tuesday, .
resolution be
to submittedto the
Eight Judicial Circuit in inspector.At
requested the use of some of submitted the apparent stretch. Heavy truck traffic
19. George Shuford of Lawteywas
Governor Reubin Askew Alachua The Board unanimously
and that
that in the County, anonresldel'lt elected vice-chirman, and the of the the last meeting of the the county's surplus radio low bid for the project, and a "fog hollow" dip in the
making approved
to the vacancy that appointment be familiar judge with would the local not Mrs. Inez Green, was re- resolution, and adoption also( ordered Commissioners six building equipment to be used by that $$4,925,595.. The contract calls road near Fairbanks also addto
elected secretary-treasurer, a be ordinances were adopted to department. Pierce also in- for the job to be completed in the hazard.
the new circuit judge will be matters that are handled that copies sent the formed the commissioners of
located in the Bradford position she has held since the committee of the serve as guidelines for future 320 working days.

County Courthouse. through referred the specifically courts. Pierce to hospital opened 16 years ago. nominating Eight Judicial Circuit, to JohnJ. building construction in the the bad SR-18 state from of the US-301 conditionson to .. .. ....... ... -".. ';::." .' ,- .... .. ..
Lending support to the matters of probate and the Loudon commended Mrs. Crews, Chief Judge of the county.The building inspectorwill '' '' '
Brooker and the
Green for her long service, enforce the specificationsas requested i' "te l on;r
and the fact that she has a circuit legislative, and delegation.The to members. of the set forth in the new building commissioners assistance in ". "., ... ., .,,_. .. .,. ,

board perfect attendance for the record entire at appointment to the ordinances.A improving the road. ft in' $' [th 'f'(9pl'(

KEYSTONE MELROSE 16 years.A meetings. vacancy will be made by delegation from the New County Attorney Gene Shaw ... ... ,.... .. .,,,9. '. ., : '
decision was made to file Governor Reubin Askew froma River section entered a recommended that the county ,
candidates for complaint to the board about zoning code be completely ump' ii1 .th s n gbf
slate of three
revised and .
Business Directory a for Hill-Burton updated funds application the post. the bad road conditions on 1.2 revised and rewritten to Include : .. .
miles of road leading to the the recommendations of .
for construction of a $317,000 New River Baptist Church, the recently completed land 'L:. ,, '. 'r'tO.tD.. ;
The list of three will
addition for the expansion of a names
and that the "dead"sand
submitted to the Governorby requested use study. Shaw said that to( ,
be '
wing for ancilliary services, I' pin
FISHERMAN'S HARDWARE be removed and the road avoid any conflicts that might .,
the nominating committeeof
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for
including
more space be given a limerock surface. occur that 'c )Nt'o :
the circuit. previously adopted ,
laboratory, blood bank,
SUPPLIES GARDEN The Commissioners agreed to ordinances and codes that are
The committeeis
radiology department, and nominating .CIM''U"'.' .
composed of the attorneys take action on the matter as now of record should be !
emergency room. soon as possible. repealed.
Slim's HARDWAREFish'N'St George Canova said that
4ytittage more space is also needed for
AND administrative offices due to
ff GARDEN CENTER the increased load of paper '
Live Bait work (medicare, etc) and
Crlckels- rs-Worms A complete line of IIdw. that some of the wing now
Minnows BENJAMIN MOORE PAINTS housing ancillary services will TO&Y
Plumbing &ElectrIcal Supp. be used for that purpose.
T/\CKLE-RODS-REELS Gra-Tone Fertilizers Although Hill-Burton funds :
FISIIL& HUNTING Insecticides were cut off by the Nixon
SES-\\I\IUNITION: : Lumber& Building Materials administration two years ago,
ICE Hwy.21 N. 200yds From light the trustees were recently
Keystone lIts.! 473-4357 Keystone Heights 473-3663 informed that there is hope
they will be restored in the FABRIC SHOPS
future. They were advised to
CONTRACTORSBell renew the local application for
funds.
Electric Co. Triangle "R"Enterprise Loudon reported that the _
hospital had a good year, andis
Inc. operating "in the black."
W. Bell.Owner This good financial position is
A GENERAL CONTRACTORS due largely to the fact that two
Commercial LicensedInsuredResidential new doctors were added to the
FeaturIng staff during the year DISNEYLAND
Repairs The Llndal Cedar Ilomes
Electrical Fixtures

Keystone Hgts.473.3602 473-2110 $P.O.llox t.Rd 21 657 N. 473-3542 Dru Found 100% POLYESTER DUCK PRINTS



AUTO SERVICE From Apparently Eckerd's the armed DOUBLE KNIT

robbery located of in Eckerd's the Bradford Drugs 45" Wide

KEYSTONE Square on the 15th of
Rubber Stanlps February, just two days after
AUTO SERVICE the store opened netted the 100% Cotton. Machine wash on
robber a little less than what CREPE STITCH warm setting.. Tumble dry remove
he wanted. promptly. Permanent Press, little
Front End Alignment '
Wheel I3 rat l'r.ord or no ironing. Variety of colors.
Speed Balancing 00
Starke Chief of Police
Great School Dresses Come in
Air Conditioning Service Telegraph Jimmy Bowen said Tuesday 58-60" Wide 0 g and sefor our large selection forSpring
afternoon that he had
4Ji Take advantage. of these
"...all but
Brake ServiceLubricationOil recovered very
l' bargain buys!
few of the bottles of drugs aQ I
Change JOHNSON AUTO taken in the robbery." Create your own wardrobe with 100%
( Polyester Double Knit. All guaranteedfirst
Tune Up TUNE-UP Bowen said he found the quality on full bolts. Machine washon
General Repairing- stolen drugs in the Water Oak warm setting. Tumble dry, remove y
Goodyear Tires Engines Rebuilt Creek near the bridge where promptly. So easy to care for! Select from 4/
Minor !Machine Shop Work SR-225 runs into SR-100 west a beautiful array of the seasons current ,
Automatic Transmission- of Starke on February 15. fashion colors. No ironing at all.
Air Conditioning Bowen didn't say how he
ll1lk.E.on 21 and I Blk Tires Batteries managed to find the drugs, but
N.on 100 !\Jon.-Frl. 7:3OAM.6PM: did say, "They were Class B BUY NOW SAVE! NOW ONLY!
KEYSTONE IIGTS. 413-4052 Sat.1:30..1: P\I! drugs or the thief wouldn't
LAKE GENEVA 473-4117 have dumped them, in my
opinion.."
REAL ESTATE BEAUTY SHOP Bowen says the In-
vestigation is continuing in the f
case, but he has no real 97
Richard T. Loyorn Nell's suspect as yet.Bomb .. J $24

Real Estate Broker Beauty Style Shop

Threat Yard
LAKE PROPERTIES "Fora lovelier
RESIDENTIAL you" Disrupts BUS Yard "
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Phone 475-2211

BUSINESS-ACREAGE INSURANCE Between Classes MondayStudents

Keystone IIgts. 473325Keystone I I, were evacuated
473-4692 Heights ... from Bradford High School as ....--...
a "precautionary measure" "
.
Celia
Terwlllegar5113 Melrose -
,
,
after a phone call ;
was
Edna Knepper 473-4111 ---
Martha Durbin 473-3362 received saying that a bomb W. Will Be Buy All
Jim Fox 473-4).18 Beach Sand was set to go off at 10 a.m. I Happy To ,.
Monday, BHS YourNotions
CB.McAfee 473-4050 Principal Refund Your Monty :
Charles Francis said.
I
S. E. McKAY REALTOR Fill Dirt Clay FillMemberofSocietyof Paul Hutchins ag In- 1"0.Y ," .\ II S.flSh.d Von An Wth Not ,
structor, took the 8 a.m. call
.....'" Your Puaiu. At
Tractor ork threatening the school. ...- ,
Residential Appraisers Francis met with the facultyand '

Serving This Area For Land Cleared search teachers their were areas.instructedto ,__...; T.G.&Y.!

26 Years Sheriff's deputies also
!Mrs.Melballgen 473-4740 Hank Brunin" searched the school finding no Ripple Spun
Mrs.Dolores
Gilmore 473-3600 Preferred
trace of an explosive..
Mrs.Joanne Gassett 4751622Mr. The 10 o'clock deadline Woven
.Leslie Robinson 475-1035 P.0, Box 41 came and went with no blast Fancy

HOMES ACREAGE Phone and students were returned to CANDY FLOCKS
RENTALS 4734761OrricePhone47348IS their normal routines after an SEER SUCKER PRINTS
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Kev. W.E. Hall, Former Lawtey Water HAMPTON AREA NEWS I

I'astorOf Pine Level
(From Page 1))
By Josephine Fontaine
Rev. William E. Hall 93, children.
former pastor of the Pine Funeral services were heldat Smith said he thought the SENIOIt CITIZENS classes will be on a more Those team members arc
Level Baptist Church for 37 11 a.m. Monday in the Pine council had "overshot the normal basis. Fifty percent of Kenny Clark Mike Mong. Tim
years died Thursday Feb. 28, Level Baptist Church with Dr. mark" in recent pay raises The Hampton Senior the pupils have been absent! Saxon, Mike Ramsey, John
at the home ot his daughter in Elbert bowers, Kev. Alton which he said exceeded the Citizens regular meeting was during the past week due to Meng Kevin Williamson.
Milliard, following a long Dobbs, and Rev. John five percent allowed by wage t EE held March 1. There was a flu, colds or other sickness. Robert Tilley and Lam
illness. Strickland officiating. Interment and price control regulations. f- S members of the regular Parents are requested to Stone.
Born in Lawrence County followed in Buford He was told by the auditor, 1 + and one visitor. The please leave children home The third and fourth grade
Georgia on July 5, 1880 he Grove Cemetery near Hilliard however, that Lawtey was S E l.a. door prize' went to Sarah when they have fever girls ended their season with
received his Doctor of with DeWitt C. Jones Funeral exempt from such controls w.; Taylor and game winners stomach ache or bad coughs. the Dribblers defeating/ the
Divinity Degree in 1959 from Home in charge. because it did not have a were Florence Schaub Bill Tammy Morrow is a new Bouncers for the title. Team
the Bible Baptist Seminary in sufficient number of employees Schaub, Gene Taylor, pupil in the KindergartenClass. members are: Doll Water!
Arlington Texas. He was <>O Josephine Fontaine Evelyn Her sister Kathy is in Deborah Roberts Beverlv
pastor of the Bostwick Baptist CARD OF THANKS In reports from various Vaughan. D. E. McGunnigleand the first grade. They recently Forsythe Valerie Brown.
Church for eight years, committees. Commissioner Sarah Taylor. Mrs. Ruth moved to this area from Debbie Fowler, and Jackie
Buford Grove Baptist for 11 The family of the late Spurgeon Massey reportedthat Dennison is recovering from Tennessee.Mr. Hall.
years Waterloo Baptist five Timmy Rhoden wish to express stop signs had been her operation and thanks Ezzell's physical Mrs. Kathryn
years: and Pine Level Baptist their appreciation and erected on city streets and he everyone for their cards and education basketball mini- Wigglcsworth, fourth grade
37 years, retiring in 1964. thanks to each of for was investigating costs of letters and flowers. Rudy league ended with the lifth instructor attended a meetingof
His church membership prayers and the you acts your)of materials for name signs on DeWaters is still in the and sixth grade girls going the Health Coordinators at
remained at Pine Level. kindness shown many during the streets. He pointed out that hospital. The next meetingwill down to the wire in a thrilling the County Health Clinic in
Surviving are his wife loss of our loved one. May the council would have to be held March 15. overtime victory for the Starke on Tuesday afternoonThe
Bessie T. Hall and one son, W. Gods blessing be with come up with some additional ,,, Bombers. The Bombers edged information she gains: at
Guy Hall'' both of Orlando; one you. names since only two streets RECREATIONThe ;/ the Short Shooters by a score these meetings will be in
daughter Mrs. J. E. Murrhee -Mr. and Mrs. Carl Khoden east of the railroad have I. of 108. Winning team corporated in providing l
Milliard and five grand and Family. names on the city map these + ceramic class has a members are: Barbara better health program in the
are Kingsley Avenue and good attendance and all are Pearsall Toi Eiland Cindy school.
Middleburg Road.Commission i1frx enjoying their creative works. Khoden Merietha McGregor
Smith said he There is still time to join the Wendy Lloyd, Kim Buhler
ARC: Normal Pensacola NormalRETAIL had found no solution to the d class if any are interested in Lynn Waters and Hence Somehow t there -.
stray dog problem, since the learning about ceramics. Williams.In something! unnel'vinlabout II i
RETAIL city had no place to keep themif the boys league. the kid with a Daniel Dunne
SI.19 .39 they were picked up. He BIRTHDAYSCarl Tornadoes advanced the haircut a Mark Twain
agreed to contact a finals with a win over the mustache and an Abe Lincoln
Give Us Your Order For veterinarian to set up a date t; 2 Dennison celebratedhis Wildcats. They then went on to bearltelling! us he is rejectingthe
for dog inoculation and the birthday on Feb. 28. Carl'sfriends show some fine team offenseby past uuqi"' mion-d 1 i?
issuance of tags. will know him betterby beating the Barricudas Hob "*rtlOHnl, n SI I ouis '..'.lullDC. '
Argentine Bahia Seed $72 00 The matter of sidewalks to the name of Peck. soundly for the championship. ..".. I II
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PER 100 LB the school was discussed but *JI 111*; .VII IV A"I an ry
the problem was pointed out celebrated his 3rd birthday on
Pensacola $24oeER 100 lB that either a lot of big oak Feb. 28 with a party for St. Rd. 1Mbiie
trees would have to be friends and relatives. There
removed, or the sidewalk was a birthday cake and ice
LargeSelection would have to be set in from cream, enjoyed by all. T Horne
the street about 15 feet, which
would cut into the school A Real Knockout! SCHOOL NEWS; FROM orV
::4 playground. Massey agreed to GREEN COVE lh Sal -
; ?. investigate costs of the walk At the Junior Woman's Club annual fashion show and Friday, March 8, will be a TAKE ST 16 TO W .. ri ii III

AnnualAnd and the best method of laying spaghetti supper next Thursday :March II. from 6:30-7:30: : teachers planning day.
Students will have off. It
a day
it. in the Starke Woman's Club find We Have A Home
p.m. you may some) more
is hoped that by next !Monday
Vegetable Mrs. Sumter Harley cute little blue-eyed blondes like Cassie Autry 3 1-2. laughter
requested that the ditches on of Air. and Mrs. Robert L. Autry Jr.
Plants the east side of the railroad Cassie is wearing a Peaches and Cream pantsuit and l\lrs. Linnic Mue Lee To Fit Any Budget - -
track be cleaned out and matching rosebud smock top that ties In back from Leila's.
Available From additional culverts installed. "I like it,"Cassie said and Grandma of course, bought this Mrs. Linnie Mae Lee 73, Choose From
( Commissioner Robert Scott long sleeved flower print dress, also by Peaches and Cream. died Tuesday, Feb. 26 in
Our reported on the progress at
Nursery the city's six-acre recreationsite Gainesville after a brief 2 NEW TOTAL ELEC 2 BR. s499S
illness. Born in Bradford
on the Middleburg Road in Henry Guthrie Mary E. Brewer County she was the wife of
Tray East He said that
5ge the
Lawtey.
Mr. David Lee in Lake Butler 3 NEW TOTAL ELEC 3 BR. SEiS9S
Onions foundation had been pouredfor
and was a member of) the
a 60 x 100-foot building; and Henry Gurthie, 87, of Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Johnstown Baptist Church.
Collards Tomatos.Petunia's that more volunteer help on Starke, died Friday, March 1. Brewer, 74 of Starke, died Surviving is a daughterMrs. 2 NEW 12 X 65 2 BR3BR. S4795
Pansies the building would be He was a retired farmer. Saturday March 2, in a Dorothy Crawford of
Cabbage Calendulas welcomed. The city has appropriated Surviving is his wife Alice, Jacksonville hospital. A Lawtey; two sons, Paul Check This Month's
Pepper Marigolds Phlox $4.000 for improvements of Starke; six daughters Mrs. native of Chilhowie Va., she Crawford Jr., of Lawtey and
at the site, which Willie Geiger, Keystone had lived in Starke for the past Bill Crawford of Lake City;
will include facilities for Heights; Mrs. Carolyn 23 years. two stepsons James and Boyd SPECIAL
Softball, basketball a Russell Mrs. Hattie Hum- Survivors include two Lee both of Lake Butler:
I children's play area and other phreys, and Mrs. Marie daughters, Mrs Ann Jones three sisters Mrs. Jessie
recreation. Griffis, all of Starke; Mrs. Starke; and Mrs. Beulah Mae Davis of Jacksonville Mrs. 3 Br. Douhlcwiclc
l Pine Reba Robbins Hollister; and Humphreys. Jacksonville SS
; Nettie Crawford of Starke 5
There are no seven wondersof Mrs Myrtle Leneave, four sons William L. and and Mrs. Bessie Miles, of TOTAL ELECTRIC ;;;;I iiiiJ
Bark Mulch the world in the eyes of a Raiford; two sons R. V. Lenroy Brewer both of Raiford; one brother Henry
d child. There are seven million. Gurthie, Tampa; and John Starke, and Paul D. and WileyA. Howard of Darian, Georgia; We Set Up & Service
: / Won sirelghtitf In Quote Gurthie Raiford; one sister Brewer Jacksonville; two 28 grandchildren and 21 great
3 CU. FT. Mrs. Maggie Griffis Starke; brothers. Bob and Ed
$ -197
best to grandchildren.
s < I think the next thing
We Will
Save You
17 grandchildren, and five both of Chilhowie
,," BAG solving a problem is finding Ferguson, Funeral services were ,heldat
A11t' some humor in it.Fran A. greatgrandchildren.Funeral Va.: 18 grandchildren and 2:30;: p.m. Feb 28 in the Time & Ht
Clark Register and Tribune Syndicate services were held three great-grandchildren. Johnstown Baptist Church Money
t at 10:30 A. M. Tuesday in Funeral services were heldat with Rev. Morris Roberts and
Mich. Peat It is only about things that DeWitt C. Jones Chapel, with 1 p.m. Monday in the chapelof Rev. C. F. Durrance of St. Rd. 13 Mobile Home Sales
do not interest one that one
Rev. Wilbur Dyess con- Peeples Funeral Home, ficiating. Interment in the
\. STERILIZED WEED can give a really unbiased ducting. Interment was in Jacksonville. Interment Mt. Zion Cemetery under the $100 OFF WITH THIS AD
opinion which is no doubt the Santa Fe Cemetery near followed in Crosby Lake direction of Archer Funeral
/ FREE BACTERIALLY $177 reason why an unbiased Hampton. Cemetery at 3 p.m. Home of Lake Butler. ON THE HOME OF YOUR CHOICE
ACTIVE opinion is always valuless. -
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J.A. BarbourJames

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-=1\\ Obituaries A. Barbour 63, Sawyer -

IARGENTINE \' Starke died Thursday, Feb.
28, in Bradford County
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5111 Hospital.A sales manager for
LB
the Dunlop Tire Co., he was
Infant CrawfordRowe born in Lima Ohio on Aug. 24, Air Conditioning
BAHIA SEED 50lB 55500 1910, and had lived in Starke
since Dec. 31, 1973. He was a
Daniel (Danny)
PENSACOLABAHIA LB 570 Crawford, Jr., two-day old member Church.of St. Edward'sCatholic 332 \tv. Madison St. 964-7701
infant son of Mr. and Mrs. R.
SEED 5OLB 52500 D. (Red) Crawford, Sr., of
Palatka, died Friday, March Surviving is his widow,
1, in Baptist Hospital Lucille March Barbour of

.....:::fPF' Jacksonville. He was born on Starke; two daughters, Mrs.
Golden Ideal :;:#f[::::=:: Feb. 27, 1974.Besides Eileen Brooks, Starke, and CENTRALHEAT
f ..'" I his parents he is Mrs. Kathleen Resch,
: survived by two sisters, Trenton, Mich.; one brother.
100% 666 %
Organic .100
$ 59 Radaina and Renee Crawford, Joseph Barbour and one
3 <;ORGAINIS both of Palatka; and his sister, Mrs. Mary Snyder.
50 LB BAG i I 6.6.6 grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. both of Toledo Ohio; and four
.. Dallas R. Crawford of grandchildren. tja ____ HEATSALE
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$099 ,,-.'..'.:.:...::-..::' Lawtey, and Mr. and Mrs. A. _
25% Organic \ \ T. Farabee, San Mateo. Funeral mass was held at
Funeral services were heldat 9:30: a.m. Saturday in St.
2:30: p.m. Monday at the Edward's Church with Father
graveside in Santa Fe James Cregan conducting.The IF
Cemetery with Rev. Luther Christian Wake (Rosary)
The Safe Mower Anderson conducting. was held at 8 p.m. Friday in
DeWitt C. Jones Interment
TQR0 Arrangements were in chargeof Chapel.
) DeWitt C. Jones Funeral was in Crosby Lake Outlets with 1 Return
.x We Will Trade Home. Cemetery.


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57-56 Over Union Region 2 Champions


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A blistering zone throw hIS had amassed a rebounds over the taller Getting most of his points( outscored 22-8, that caused

defense and a hot-handed huge 16-point 44-28 lead. Wildcats, which included (i-7 under the basket b>' grabbing them to go down in defeat.

Traveling To StateRegion offense by a determined double Four Tornadoes figures with scored 6-3 in Charles Brown, 6-6 Bill rebounds and putting! the ball before Forl'estIH.() ( .
: Chambers and 6-4 Reggie
back up Sewell Bucketed 10 ol This year I the TOl'lla nl.'s.includm'g .
Tornado five Bradford Donnie Sewell dominatingboth
saw
Green. Sewell led all scorers
thy 13 shots he took a red-hot lour of five starters
'--' I Ugh dominate big Ocala boards by getting 26; with 20 points on 10 field goals 77 percent. I Irom( hllt'l'Ur's team, started

rookies Union High intercepted and strided up to times and some bad times in Forrest 69-50 to claim the orward Abie Williams and out in high gear against

lost in an extremely disappointing the basket for the winning the third quarter. The Tigers Class AAA Region 2 guard Alvaughn Golden each Fnl'l'esl1 Inch had three

game in the finals of jump shot. would hit a short scoring basketball championship scored 17 points and hit Irom rctiirnmu/ !starters. and( npi<
the Class AA Region 2 Union didn't give up. With streak then face away let almost anywhere in the g:' in. Il'Ilip.
in
Tournament last Saturday seven seconds left they took Hawthorne catch up. then hit Saturday night the Guard Elva Hampton hit lor !IllS jumped off to a li-o((

night when Hawthorne came the ball down court but another streak. Central Florida Community 10 points and put up 14 shots lead in the I lirst two minutes:
back in the last 10 seconds to couldn't score. The ball hit the The Hornets scored first in College gym in "They couldn't a I ford to with"I Sl'\\l'lllipping I in I llamp
take a one point 57-5S victory. rim of the basket at least three the second half on a jump shot Ocala. collapse on Sew I'll." said I on's shot t lor I the I first basket l
The night before Union times before time ran out by Dave Pearson. Then t Sexton, "Bl'causel''e got t then (3 iolclfn( t lipped I in ii
reversed the trick on The game was fairly close Roman Stewart hit twice onea The win earned BUS a .4 ; : :iiL five guys out I there who can U ill(a ins jumper and I then
New: : berry and walked away the whole game. In the first jump shot and the other change at the Class AAA state score. That's the way its been! !stole the ball) and( raced in tor.
with a one point 75-74 ad- period Hawthorne had control from 10 feet out. McGill title this weekend in the all year that's the way our a last la:. .up Williams I I I fouled I
but the Tiger defense was still followed with a jump shot and block shot andForrcsls's
vantage to land the berth to Jacksonville coliseum. offense is run trying to a
the finals That same night alert. By the end of the first Union took a :32-30: lead. "Everybody had a super Sewell turned many HI is Brown sank a i I Iree
Hawthorne was on Its way to period the Hornets were in Hawthorne hit back and night." said BUS Coach Mike misses into scores as he Hums to put the \\ildc.ils< onthcbnard
the finals as they edged 76.71 Iront 1811. Pearson hit again this time on St'xton. "We used the pressure rebounded w it h aut hontj over u ith J ..ti( goi:(' in I the
Bunnell. Union gained back lost a jump shot. Joe :Maxwell then defense '- Forrest's ( .
over throughout the game Green. top !SIT I'.in.,! |II| ,
Senior Abraham Perry led ground in the second period as hit a five footer for Lake and we shut them off:' rebounder. BUS never had to
the Tigers in scoring for both they outscored Hawthorne 15- Butler to move Union in Iront So tight was the Tornado J.iJ" worry about penetrating I the

games although he shared the 10 going into the locker rooms again. defense that for 6:16: secondsinto Forrestone any wabut;
title in the :'Ieberry: game only behind by two points. 28- Hawthorne then hit two the third period Ocala -1i! putting up a shot !More .often. t GolfersLose

with classmate Jack McGill. 26Lake Forrest failed 1 to score By the than not Sewell would be thereto
Against :'Ieberry: Perry and Butler has some goodA I.SI-P I'"gl' ID) time Forrest finally hit a free grab. an errant shot and putit TwoMatches

:McGill scored IB points each in. It SI'l'1lasn'1.. Cuitis
while Perry hit for :20 against White with 10( rebounds' ( and
Hawthorne Roman Stewart Abieilliams with (6. was )
scored 12 points in the BHS Tennis Players Goal; tending was culled on re
Hawthorne game on Sew ell when hi- errantly
Union had command of the touched t the rim .of. I the baskettis : liiadloid). I huh milk-is I 1",1< |
Hawthorne game most of the a Golden; shot which (dnln'tl'Ollnt. two matches", List, \\t'ik., imil(' III>
I ourth quarter and with just :34 2. A ( It'll through "Theye I eniaixlm.i, ( I I'.c.uh U.I I.I I'.2 l.i-i. ?
Have WeekCrews .lriUithru. P.ulU's\ 'li.l I IV
seconds left in the game and a Very Busy ) waiting for Foirest t. out1111S -
:>,- lead. Then Hornet Mike coach. said ol the Wl.s 'I'ii&'siti' .iltci'noun III S'.nki i iI '
Bron stole the ball and- ent live aUl'It hallun a I 11.11) III (ilines led I III: IS II''

down court for a lay up to week of tennis Crews 6-4,. 60IcHae: and by forfeit. Hobbs and pressure-packed; (name FernandiD.I( with .1 p.ir.. ;i.'i: Kit:
busy
close the gap to 50-53: with 21 has left BradfordHigh's Hobbs lost in doubles 6-2. (6-2 :McKae won8-2 and Ha ndy and over scrappv. (Orlando) liishopMxtre \\"Its: hit a I-llIlIllow'!: o\ (1'1' |>.n
seconds left in the game playing Girls team with 6-2 Tucker and Hutcheson lost 6.1. Andy Crews won 8-3: : .. (I-'EiI.i.( inch! I to earn ill These were t tin- I it's 1 \peltortmnifc '
Willie Henderson a "They had real t Irniii |iridl\ ( "..d l
then hit record while the 63. a young the ,right to meet t tin- \\ iklc.its
after down boys are team." Coach Howard of during the' l-'einandiim( ( lIaldl, ?
getting a court with 3-4 record Hjalmar :McMillan: and says in the linals SaturdayForrest
pass to pull within one point slumped Thursday both a girls andbo's Debbie :Mitchell were the only the :Miclenny team Woods 1 eliminated,) ( BUS "I 11)111'S: had I till' IH-S!.) utilli-i
; and did well for and I I'\ recu liiti'l l si\ s
)6-)" traveled to Jacksonvilleto winners from Bradford They Casey us I Irom the post-!ol.'soiol1 play-oils
Union was bringing the ball meet with Bolles High won their doubles match 8-4 this was the first meet that last year when t the Ki'gion I III.wll..d(( ... toll; Coach.in.e( ( \
out and on the pass Brown School and both teams came Jennifer Jockel and Ruth Woods has played in for tourney was held in ((1\) Il'du( .\dlo-lI1!.lIn "'Ihev' lure us up
away losers The girls lost 6-1 Ha/en lost their match (6-1 6-0) points." Report was that Foirest. j.2on ; and. tin" \1 "I'l' |U-l I (lOll( umsimi:. tin'

and the boys 7-0. Then Single matches were like Saturday the boys play at t the season l'I i.li'l' Saturday I usKd
Saturday the girls had a meet this: Jockel 61. 6-1. :Mitchell the Starke Golf and Country Bonnie Sewell on his way down with one of his 26 rebounds night was anxious I to i gut ,;il t : NS.ilts.. i 11..11111'.lIt'"I.i .
with Orange Park and won 52. 6-1. 6-4.; :McMillan: 67.6.: ( Club!>tartingat I p m against: against! Ocala Forrest in the regional I championship! gi: iii.'. BUS again Oil'I :Mall. t I Mines .ill had I llueiover
Tuesday alternoon both teams lIalen! 6-2,2-6. 6-2 and Kathy' Orange Paik. Tuesday both Also hanging close to the ba..ket are Curtis \\ bite, right, and "Thl''II I lind! out what |\ill', !)'!I ,s
traveled to Macclenny for Casey 5-7. 6-4 (Ii-;). teams meet Macclenny in Abieilli.ims., left. BHS 4mm iilIt'd the boards. over the thl.\'e' hl'l'naltlllg lor." llolleH 1 Kills \iiiiii'- .mil'
victories. the girls 3-2 and the "I'felt over-all, the girls Starke starting at .1 p m taller UiliU-als.( was t the retort reported I from Bill .I 11..11 d.aklI': but h shut p.nUi ?
boys 7.0."Both. could have played better BUS eagerbie Williams s' Vaines had I 1111 most 1
teams faced a strong tennis." says :Mrs 1I0lardHalen when (the (team was informed( U'tiutllul swing I \e CM i i r s.'ei
experienced team Thursdayand and Casey did a good the \\iltlcats ll're1:111\\I1g on on .1 i high( si'h'iiil' gutter ,;itlk \-

found out that Bolles will job (lor us" BradfordRuniiers Dominate t tho h igh-I Is i ing Tornadoes! .\ II1"'oll"
be one of the strongest teamsin "Saturday the girls faced a Forrest beat(I (Oxivdo in I tin- rrid.iy M.iiclenm will MSII, '1
Ask the district." says Tennis team which was much more !second IMn1'mll! :' night! lit the :M.ilke' I mil ,and I uiintiv
Coach :Melba Howard. "Each evenly matched and although win its chance at HI I I Is (luli.lt p 111 I'.akci lie.ll? Illls
Charley player could have played Orange Park has had a girls Buchhols To Win Meet 8745Dominating Last t year It1:1- BradlordHigh's \ ( II\ I IUD slmkes III Maiilenm'
belter team for several years. we I I cold I spot i in tho t third t ( List I llI1ll
proved to play a little better Tie Lennon. period in hich t thc-\ were
E. Losses on the boys team most of the 440 Yard Dash 1 11> Bennett. High Jump : 1 I'>
went like this: Mike :McRae 6- tennis. commented Coach 5'6.: :3)) Cauley 54.
meet. Bradford High Thin- 51.9 : :3)) Toni Schoening. 71.9.
Howard.
(K 6-0-. Johnny Hobbs 6-1. 6-1: clads rolled 87-43 over visiting :3.JU: ) Intermediate Hurdles Four girls ran for (time as a
Johns Bruce Tucker'6.2. 6-2: Chuck Results of that meet are Buchholz Tuesday afternoon II Sherman, 31.9: 21 Cauley. mile relay team. The team I The? Bradford Co. Telegraph
Jockel 7-6. 6-0 :McMillan: (6-3, turned
Hutcheson 6.2. 6-2; Randy ; in a time of 3:02
to boost the BUS record to :3-1 4(3.1.
Crews' 6-2. 61. and Andy 6-2; Mitchell 6-1. 7-5; Haien C- minutes :Members of the
"BuchhoU did not have Sprint Medley Relay nBHS.
About This Question: 3.6-2: Lynn Pierce 8-4. Jockel team were. Devl> n :Mathews.. WILL SELL
and Huen much depth and that is the 2:14.6: ( Chandler.
lost
and
8-2 Mitchell Vicki Robinson) Gwen Cutrl.'e
reason \\ won the meet by as Schoening: Puckett. Brown. )
and :McMillan: won 8-3.: and Casandra Johnson. This is
Hunting can be expensive Baseball "The much as we did," says Track tIm) Run 2)) Paterson. 2:0J.: ANY TELEGRAPH NEWS PHOTO
girls played well the
first that
time this team
loss of guns from damageor and I very Coach Grover Howard. Two Mile Run 2)) Kirk
was especially pleased has ever run for time.aturd..y .
Bradford placers with their Hunsinger 11:01: ; 2) Paterson -
theft cost of personal McMillan's I
with
:
i I the track team
APPEARING IN THE
Registration i i times are listed: 12:51: 8. PAPER
injuries liability for injuryto agressiveness and deter- will go to the Palatka South
120 High Hurdles 1)) Larry Mile Relay II> BUS. :3:37.4:
mination. I was also Invitational and
others. I hear have pleased compete with
you Sherman 16.9 2)) 'Bennett Chandler, Brown
: Jimmy
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insurance that covers all Began Monday with Lynn Pierce, says Cauley 17.0. Sherman.> 13 other schools. Tuesday theygo CastSZ.25
Howard. back over to Palatka to Eachr
these risks guns. personal 100 Yard Dash 21) George Discus-1)) Puckett. 121'8: 2))
Results
The Recreation Depart- of the Macclenny meet with PS and Green CO\I.
Bennett and Robert 116'7 :3)) Donnie
Brown, hayes ;
and Can it
injury liability. ments Baseball Programs.Dixie meet are McMillan: lost 8-4;
.
tie. 11.0. Thomas. 115'1.Shot
be bought; for a hunting Youth '110-11-121 and Mitchell won 8-1; Pierce won Mile run 2)) Paul Parsons Putt Thomas 40'31-2.; - - S e e e e -e a e e e aI -
trip of :3 to 30 da.vsT Junior Boys'113-14-15)). began 8-3; Casey, won 8-1.; and Cathy
.
4:31.6 3)) 39'72.
: ; Ricky Sol/e 5:12.5.: 2)) Hayes
registering for the coming Wood Mitchell, lost and 8-6. Doubles : 8110) Relay 1)) BuS, I 1:38.8Ijames : Pole Vault 1)) Cauley. 96. I Come See Mr. Bush'sNew I
:
Charley: E:. season :Monday.Registration McMillan won 8- < Chandler. Dwight Long Jump 1)) Glen ,
forms 4 and Casey and Pierce won 8-
be
may Barber. Kenny Aycox and :Mullms. 19'4 1-2: 3) Lennon,
JOhNS AGENCY picked up at Pratt Street 4. Pete Piickott i 18'4. Bait Er Tackle
Center or the Recreation The boys completely wipedout Shop i it

1J1, SO WALNUT ST Department Office. Practice Macclennv In singles
sessions will, begin the last of Hobbs 8-0), :McRae 8-4, Tucker -

PHONE 954-5O7O i I' :March. 81. Hutcheson 8-2 and Randy Union; Baseballers I I II


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Over running into the ninth in for the score on the play I _ I II'
inning ll1Ionlligh baseballers Union scored its winning I
RatianinrlMemaries edged l 2-1 by Bradford High run in the bottom of the ninth

: taking revenge for last week inning. Brannen singled then I I
when BUS beat Union 8-2 in David White hit to third base
the opening game of the and an error put Brannen on I' I
: season. second and White on first _

:Now; BHS stands at 1-1 while Then Mobley got a base hit L4li: I II

Union has a 1-3 loss record."It and Brannen scored the __
Of Russia. : was a pitcher duel all the winning run.Brannen ti' I
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hit two of four for
commented Head BHS
way.
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', the Tigers while Dwight
i' Baseball Coach Harry Hat 1''
cher. Stuart Duncan pitchedhis Griffis hit one of four and I

MAR 22. 8:00 P.M. I first game and stayed in Mobley two of two. _____ II
the whole nine innings Matt Hull and Tommy Wise t I
Duncan allowed five hits. each hit one of four for the day
made four strike outs and and Jimmy Prevatt hit a I
FIRST CHRISTIAN walked six batters. perfect one of one. Jackson I'I

"They've improved since Prevatt hit one of two and I
CHURCH \" we played them last and we Stuart Duncan hit two of four II I I II
had trouble with mental for the day.

mistakes on the bases," says "I was pleased with Dun I II
V.,7: 10 ':. r. Hatcher can's pitching performance." I

Union drew first blood in the stated Hatcher. "He did a I Mr. Bush I
Live' Bait Has
second inning, without any good job for his first time.
MRS. KATHARYN IWANOWSKI hits. Joe Brannen was walkedto Friday the Tornadoes play AtotOfitems 1 1I
first base then Duncan Live Oak at home starting at : HEADQUARTERSMINNOWS
SHORTAGES AND RATIONING MEMORIES OF RUSSIA will be the topic olMr struck the next batter out. 1:30: then the next Tuesday From His
*. Kjttitryn .Iwanowtki't pch on March 22, 8:00: P. M. at The First Danny llazen then got on base play again at home with St. Service

Christian Church 507 Writ Call Street, Starkt. Mrs. Iwanowski spent half of with a fielders choice. Then an Augustine. That game starts I Station At

her life under Communism but managed to escape and is now an American error on third base put at.4 p.m. I SHINNERS I II
citizen She love America with Its heritage of Freedom under God. but she now Brannen on home base for the Prices You

sees it being destroyed by the lame forces which enslaved Russia We are very score. I WORMS I II
dedicated Christian and proud American to tell us Then in the third inning BBS Can't
fortunate to have such a i Beat
scored. :Nichols: BUSH I II
about the REALITY of Com munism. Advance tickets can be obtained from Mr. ii Johnny led CRICKETS S II
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off. getting base on an error Prickly Prob"ni. it is I
Fred Johnson in Starke, Mr. Hulon Herndon in Lawtey
Sherrod Hamilton or live I
i by the short stop. Then Jimmy possible to with doubt. I
Mr. Paul Meng in Hampton and Mr. Don Champion or Mr. Tom Mercereau in i Prevatt singled and :Nichols: hate just finished a third I Bait & Tackle I II
Keystone Heights. went to third. !Nichols stole agonizing year of not knowingif
i second base. Then Prevatt my cactus plant is dead or I Is
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sacrificed and attempted to alive. Mary Ann 3>r.n steal second and .Nichols. went "Line o' Type. ChicagO Tribune e e a S S a e e e e e e a e -- -




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period. straight baskets to make the Sinter 306 Brown 62 14, Pearson 70 With the seconds
14, ticking
BUS lea B-I, iu-s; in the first score 36-34 IIH. Lake Butler Herring 204 TOTALS. 27357 away the ball was passed andMcGill

[ 301DRIVEIN three minutes before Forrest then came alive again hitting NEWBEKKYGAMEIt came out or the crowdof

finally began hitting at all, the seven straight points. Perry was a defensive switch players with the ball. He
rest of the scoring coming hit the first one from 20 feet that vaulted Lake Butler into then banked in for a sure shot

Seweii Golden Williams, out, then McGill scored from the Regional finals with a 75- with only five seconds left in
White' and Sewell again. right under the basket. Perry 74 victory over Newberry.After the game. Newberry then
BIIS led 16-13 aftter the first then got a point from the Newberry bolted to a tried for the last shot but the

period and draw a big hand charity line and McGill hit 16-11 first quarter lead. Tiger ball missed and Union took the
FRI. SAT. from Bradford fans as they again on a jump shot to put Coach Jimmy Thomas sent game 7574.
came to the Union in front 4136. Both his outfit
sideline. The BHS into a full court
CULPEPPER gave you a ch.nce... fans dispersed teams scored once before the The
all over the press. strategy worked SCORE BY QUARTERS
if you could itay alive) Ocala gym Friday night, knew [i period ended 43-38, LB. well as Newberry struggled/ LB 11 22 24 18 75

how things were done by : I ..44hi up the court under pressure. "B It IB 22 1874
Saturday night and amassed : VII 1 Hawthorne played catch up Various Panther turnoverswere UNION, Jones, 408 Perry Ilia
some 200 strong behind the ball and took control of the converted into Tiger 18 Young Stewart 3 4 10 Maxwell I Ii, McGill 7 4
3. 10 TOTALS: 30 IS 75NEWBERRV
( BUS cheerleaders. The sharp ; game at the beginning of the points making the score at Howard 106. H

Cr % playing' BUS cagers had t, fourth period. With 5:20: left in halftime 34-33, NB. McCray 3 19.Millar 0 .U. Klnq I 18 l u

Bradford students, parents, the game the Hornets were in The taller Tigers out Green '01 I 21 TOTALS: }l 12 M
and teachers all on their feet ,, J, front 4847. rebounded Newberry 45-31

/f F 6 t 6 and yelling. with McGill pulling down a

The Wildcats closed to 24.20 I Both teams puttered aroundfor good 17.The .Panthers shot Clay Paving &
awhile and after that con
1 H..he second frame, but 4td0 siderably better
than the
:.Po- Williams hit on a 20 foot Union hit another scoring
jumper from the left. Hampton streak. Stirley Jones hit the shots Tigers while hitting Union on 31 of 64 Construction Inc.
hit from w6L 'rx first basket of the streak from converted
15 feet out on the 4. only 30 of 70. 473-3127
right 15 feet out then McGill hit
side and a
Sewell
FRI. SAT. ot'r' With 2:45: left in the game COMMERCIAL CIRCLE
rebounded a missed BItS shot foul shot Maxwell then scoredon
Newberry had a 70-67 lead. KEYSTONEDRIVE
and put it back up at the end of 6'+ Y7W a three pointer to put Unionin Then !Newberry: was unable to
the period and BITS took 't tp az front 55-51 with 30 seconds
a +' control the ball and WAYS
Roar a
once again left in the quick
seven
point 32-25 lead into the game. exchange of clutch baskets.

with the original dressing room. Don King and Otis Howard hit PARKINGAREAS
Then Hawthorne made its
on drives
Score By Quarters and Howard also
movie cast... BHS 16 16 16 2169 small come back and took the made good on a crucial one
O Fr. 13 12 7 IB- SO winning bucket to win the and one situation.
BHS White 204 Williams 71217 game 5756. With
19 seconds left the
Golden 7 3 la, Sowoll 10020, Hampton4 FILL DIRT
210. Hodge 0I 1 I 1. Totalti: 30969. Panthers still held a 74-73:
lead Howard then was faced
FORREST: Brown 7 4 18,Chambers 3 SCORE BY QUARTERSLB with a one and one situation. CLAY LIME
28.Greene 0 18. II 15 17 13 56
Rooorl 10 2 Arnett 2 There was a mad scramble
MM 18 10 12 17 17 for ROCK
04 TOTALS: 22650 Putting the icing on the cake Alvaughn Golden scores after stealing the ball In the closing UNION: Jones 215 1 Perry l 620 the rebound which was taken

BISHOP:MOOKEGAME: minutes of a dose game with Bishop Moore of Orlando in the opening round of the ('1.'iS ,\.\,\ McGill, i 2 10.Maxwell 1 7. Stewart ho(I by McGill. I Free Estimatesl11ji.I'II.I..t..lIllll.
Two lightning-quick steals Region 2 basketball tournament.Seconds later. Gulden stole the ball again and scored, to give: 12. Griffin .102 TOTALS: 23 10 56
BUS an 8-puint lead. HAWTHORNE: Henderson 91 i 19
by Alvaughn Golden gave the I -'liiiW'IJI'iZiit' '
Tornadoes 7 'l ..
an eight-point 50-42 I AIN
lead with 1.41: left Friday I
night against Bishop Moore of of their Bill Adams Wins Azalea
e Orlando to virtually assure 22-3 season. 40-38. LIKE A LAMB
Bradford High of a chance at Bishop Moore virtually cut At that point Bradford'sCurtis
Ocala Forrest in the finals of off the Bradford fast break White got tough under Tournament III Palatka OUT LIKE A LION

the Class AAA Region 2 and the Hornets played a the boards in competition with
basketball tournament. tough defense which the Bishop Moore's Kevin l Kiley. T
It was and tuck all the Tornadoes found it tough to White whipped down a Bill Adams 22 of Starke tournament. Richard Roberts If this seems twisted. around to you we
until nip Golden's penetrate.But rebound under the Horner bogied his last two holes of the played in the second flight but intended it to be. For In this phrasing It

way defensive BUS led two BIIS hit enough from board and Riley came downon final round to win the Azalea didn't place. illustrates how most people react to going to
moves. 13-
Festival Invitational Golf Steve Simmons sixth their doctor for a physical check-up. It would '
11 after the first period the the outside to keep in the top. White sunk the two free won
was tied 22-22 at the game and in the second half throws to regain BUS' four Tournament in Palatka with a place in the third flight while not be natural if you did not have some worries -
game Sewell White and Williams point margin then 42-38. four over par 74 Sunday.The Warney Adkins took 17th and thus approached your entrance into
half BUS out scored the his office little
a meekly.
Hornets 16.12 in the third worked effectively under the White missed his next three day before Ronnie place. Places were ranked tr

M A: Sell period to take a 3K-34 lead. Butit boards to bolster the outside charity shots one when a Tumlin the defending down to 19th place. But. when it is all over and the doctor
and two-time
was the fourth period in shooting. technical was called on Bishop champion Adams a University of has pronounced you fit and well It makes you
An Ingo Prenmnger Production which the BIIS five looked Curtis White got the second Moore for slapping the backboard winner from Palatka shot a 66 Georgia senior is sitting out want to roar out of there like a lion. The air

;!'' Color by Deluxe Jj"''''" most like itself moving the half tip-off raced down the and another two shots to push him into the first this quarter mainly to groovehis smells a little sweeter and there is a sprint r
fi fi.1 .. fouled under round lead by one shot. Adamswas 1 lie entered the final to your step -
L .J i Panavisionvti:. ball playing tough defense court and missed a lay-up. But when Riley again sw ing. you didn't notice brfore. It's
l J and the Elva Hampton was right the boards. in second place in the first round with a bulky four swing worth going!
really
boards.In getting on behind and tipped the ball in to Sewell got BIIS' 43-44th round with a two over par 72 edge, but ran into trouble on a i

the fourth period BITS give BHS a 2-4-22 lead. White points by tipping in a shot with on the par 70 course at the triple bogie on the sixth hole YOU on YOLU DOCTOR CAN PHONE: L'S

beat the Hornets 16-10 to takea was fouled under the basket as 3:4.: : left in the game. Andy Palatka Golf and Country Tumlin edged his way into when you need a delivery \\e "ill deliver

5"."" win in probably their BUS missed three straight tip- Burns who had 10 points, kept Club contention with an eagle and a ti promptly without extra charge. A treat many
SUN. MON. in tries a moment later and the Hornets in contention u itha Bobby McUae. also of people rely on us. for their health needs. We
most pressure packed contest Starke the second (flight hole in one on two consecutiveholes welcome requests for
added two free throws to give long set shot from the left won during the middle round delivery service and charge
BUS four cushion corner to make it 4440. while John Watson placed accounts.
its point 26- shot
His
Saturday. ace was
son skin bursting second in the first light.! Bill 1
22 at that pOint. Golden then scored the next achieved with an eight iron on V
through hard Scoring seesawed then until six points. lIe tipped in a Epps and Handy Jones both
hole
t the 140 yard sixth
prison walls i( LLLLI: 0 near the end of the third missed shot with 3:10: left to plowed in the first flight of t the 964-6757

period with Bo CUirk' give BUS a 46.40 lead. The
keeping 1 ISM A n i snis > 18
BHS I\IhI.\
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LocKed in ILLLIZ! HCf HtfPRESENTS : 1 the Hornets in the game by next half-minute was con- offense by then paid the clock. Burns GoldOP 4 0 8 Suwtli I ,Ml t l 1 MftPiDtOi, < KOCH'S DRUGS
sumed in a fight for the ball eating up
effectively using a long TOTALS' nH w
very 6
a cage hit basket to cut the BUS
under the Bishop Moore a .
set shot from the left side. BMWcim:' >r" i i '
ol wild Clark's 21 points topped all basket as BIIS brought down lead to 50-44.( then BI liS set up a Vendor 10 I ; H..' I [, s 166 W CALL ST STARKE. FLA.
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The Hornets finally controlledthe seconds remaining. Abie
average. ball and set their Williams was called for a
: With 1-51: left in the third up
a fighting Hornet team deliberate offense. Burns dribbling infraction. Bishop :-: :-:-: : : : :-:-
period found his inside and sanka Moore got the ball but couldn'tconvert / I II
FOR THE FIRST TIME had narrowed the margin to way 6
basket front inside the key I K if. FaMnrt IqvlptHMt 1
two points,32-30 as Riley hit a
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long set shot. Then Sewell from five feet out. cutting the UI6E SELECTION OF MEW
rebounded Williams' shot and BUS margin to 4642. The Tornado five relaxed I I
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period
at Bobby'sHideaway scoring ; COMBINt*ANOMAV(DUIPMINTIi
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The resulting lay-up gave BUS
BHS 4034. Then Clark hit
up *Wtn said Coach Sexton.
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on a 15-foot jumper for the and Machanical Tran lantarhlarayar
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Page 10 TELEGRAPH March 7,1971 BradfordHigh Lagers





Hawthorne Sneaks





57-56 Over Union Region 2 ChampionsA




blistering zone throw BUS had amassed a rebounds over the taller Gelling most of his points outscored 22-8 that caused
defense and a hot-handed huge 16-point 44-28 lead. Wildcats, which included (;-7 under the basket by grabbing them to go down in defeat
Traveling To StateRegion Four Tornadoes scored in Charles Brown, 6-6 Bill ..
offense determined rebounds and putting the ball before Forrest t 64-4H.
by
: a double figures, with 6-3 Chambers and 6-" Reggie back up Sewell Bucketed l M) of This year the Tornadoes,
Tornado five saw Bradford Donnic Sewell dominatingboth Green. Sewell led all scorers the 13: shots he took, a red-hot including lour. of five starters
-" Iligh dominate big Ocala boards by getting 26 with 20 points on 10 field eoals.DonnirSewell 77 percent. Irom. last year's learn startedout

rookies Union High intercepted and strided up to times and some bad times in Forrest 69.50 to claim the }orward Abie Williams and in high gear against:
_,.. _
lost in an extremely disappointing the basket for the winning the third quarter. The Tigers Class AAA Region 2 -- nw.A i i 1 A guard Alvaughn Golden each Forrest( ) which had three

game in the finals of jump shot. would hit a short scoring basketball championship lit scored 17 points and hit from returning starters and never"
the Class AA Region 2 Union didn't give up. With streak then face away let almost anywhere in the gym. let up.
Tournament last Saturday seven seconds left they took Hawthorne catch up, then hit Saturday night in the Guard Klva: Hampton hit for BUS jumped off to a 6-a

night when Hawthorne came the ball down court but another streak. Central Florida Com- -- .. ..* e MLL J 10() points and put up 1-1 shots. load in the/ I first two minutes
back in the last 10 seconds to couldn'tscore. The ball hit the The Hornets scored first in munity College gym in ... 'They couldn't d ford to with Sewell tipping in Hamp
take a one point 57-56 victory. rim of the basket at least three the second half on a jump shot Ocala. collapse on Sewell." said ton's :shot f lor the first basket,
The night before Union times before time ran out. by Dave Pearson. Then Sexton "Bl'causee''e got then/ Golden lipped in a
reversed the trick on The game was fairly close Roman Stewart hit twice, onea The win earned BUS a live guys out there who can \\ ..llIal11:' jumper, and then/
!New: berry and walked away the whole game. In the first jump shot and the other change at the Class AAA statetitle score 7'hat'sthe way its !been stole the bull and raced in lora
with a one point 75-74 ad- period Hawthorne had control from 10() feet out. McGill this weekend in the ', all year. that's the way our last 1 lav-up Williams louled
vantage to land the berth to but the Tiger defense was still followed with a jump shot and Jacksonville coliseum. offense is run." Irving. tit block a :shot and.Forrests's .
the finals. That same night alert. By the end of the first Union took a 32-30 lead. "Everybody had a super Sewell turned many HI IS t: Brown sank a free
Hawthorne was on its way to period the Hornets were in Hawthorne hit back and night. said BUS Coach Mike 1 misses into scores the finals as they edged 76-71 front 1811. Pearson hit again this time on Sexton. "We used the pressure Ii k YV Wtli. L rebounded with authority over 1/1l'/ board with :2! .16'; gone in I th'1SIT
over Bunnell.Senior Union gained back lost a jump shot. Joe :Maxwell then defense throughout the Green. Jo'ol'rl'st's' top "
game I'.imID: "
Abraham Perry led ground in the second period as hit a five footer for Lake and we shut them off." rebounder BUS never had to
the Tigers in scoring for both they outscored Hawthorne 1510 Butler to move Union in front So tight was the Tornado li.v li. worry about penetrating t the
games although he shared the \ going into the locker rooms again.\ defense that lor 6:16:\( seconds Forrest.one any \\ahut GolfersLose
title in the :Newberry; game only behind by two points 28- Hawthorne then hit two into the third period Ocala putting up a shot More: often

with classmate Jack McGill. 26.Lake Forrest failed to score. By the than not Scvvt-ll would be.1 thereto
Against :Newberry; Perry and Butler has some good See" Page/: 111 time------ -Forrest-- ___ _finally m___ .hit... ;_i free grab an errant shot and putit TwoMatches
:McGill\ scored 18 points each in. II Sewell wasn't, (Curtis
while Perry hit for 20 against White with 111 rebounds and
Hawthorne. Roman Stewart Abieilhams with Ii(i. was
scored 12 points in the BHS Tennis Players (joilltl'mlmHI:' failed (once
Hawthorne game mi Sewell when he trrtmtltouched I h
Union had command of the the rim ol the basketas : Itiadlonl High.: cullerlost:. .
Hawthorne game most of thelourthquarterand a Golden shat.t hick didn'tcount two matches l.isi week one to
with 2A l-crnandin.i Beach H""M.:.J! Lust/
just 34 Tlic 've
!, fell through. >
seconds left in the game and aj.Vfil Have Very Busy WeekA Ix-en waiting for Foi rest," one! Frul.iv I hen/ huller( IM I 1.-..'
;: ) lead. Then Hornet Mike BUS coach said ot I lie' BUS 'I'ue.diattcrnrun. III Siaikel
Brown stole the ball and went live alter it hadon a l>,,ivul (..11111"- led I'.lls in
down court for to Crews forfeit. Hobbs I-'ernandulauth a i par. ;13.: I'M:
a lay up busy week of tennis Crews 6.4. 6.IcHae() : and by and pl'e sul'l'pal'kl'dt.tt: name
close the with :\IcHae\\on8-2and\ \\ alts hit .1 i good. lour over" p.il
gap to 56-53 21 playing has left Bradford Hobbs lost in doubles 6-2. 6-2. Randy andAndy > over scrappy Orlando( Bishop
seconds left in the Crews ., '.!9 The"e were the best per
game High's Girls team with a 6-2 Tucker and Hutcheson lost 6-1. won 83."They :Moore Fridav night t to> iMrnthe
Willie Henderson then hit record while the boys are 6-3 had a real young right to meet the 1\\ ildcalsin : lonnaiiccs Irvin" Itnidlurd
after getting a down court : team." Coach Howard duringIhi' Feinandina< nuiteliHolies
slumped with a 3-" record. iljalmar McMillan: and says of the finals Saturday
pass to pull within one point Thursday both girls and Debbie Mitchell were the only the :Mcclenny team. Woods Forrest eliminated I ( H11S hud the, I U-st"1 gollei
')11-5.( ) boys traveled to Jacksonvilleto winners from Bradford They and Casey did well for us and Irom the po"t-:.es ion pl.i>-oil s ( '\ 1'l'l'n lately( :savsP.iM'lloril '
Union was bringing the ball meet with Bolles High won their doubles match 8-4. this was the first meet that last: year when t the Region 1:...' Doll (Cunch \\un.r
out and on the pass Brown School and both teams came Jennifer Jockel and Ruth Woods has played in for tourney was held in ( J\Il'do .Xdkmsoii: "TlieN lore us up
away losers. The girls lost 6-1 Haven lost their match 6-1\, 6-0. points." Reportas that Forrest.! 2.V2: :! und' Ihl'\ were |lust fungoid fur
and the boys 70. Then Single matches were like Saturday the boys play at on I the season bet ore Saturday us
this Jockel6.1. :Mitchell the Starke Golf and to ;it 1 Kd: \\\a1l... llolihv Patterson,. ,: I
= r- Saturday the girls had a meet : ) 6-1. Country 1 on his way down with one of hism: rebounds night was HUMOUS: get ;
with Orange Park and won 52. 6-1\ 6-": McMillan 6-3. 7-6; Club starting at I p.m. against against Ocala Forrest in the regional championship\ /game: BUS again. and :Miitl llerrcs all had HUM'
Tuesday afternoon both teams Ha! en6-2. 2-6 6-2; and Kathy Orange Park. Tuesday both Also" hanging/: close to the basket are Curtis \\bite, right and "Thev'll luul uul I what over par i\l'\)
traveled to Macclenny for Casey 5-7 6-4. 65.; teams meet Macclenny in Abie Uilliams, left BUS dominated the boards over the Ihl''e' neon uniting lor." Holies\ I'.illv Varnes and
victories the girls 5-2 and the "I 1 felt over-all the girls Starke starting at :3! pm.Brad.ford. tailor \\ildcats. was the retort reported Irom Bill llaidakcr) ;, lioth shut pill
boys 70."Both. could have played better BUS l'ilgl'l'hll' \\ illiamswhen I MI'Varnes had tin mosl 1
teams faced a strong tennis" says :Mrs.\ Howard. the tenni was mtnrmcd lniiiitllulwing I vc ever' siiton
experienced team Thursdayand IKuen and Casey did a good the Wildcats \\l'l'ealtlng on .1 high.: school) gull cc. sn.sdkinson .
-=- found out that Bolles will job lor us." Runners Dominate the high-flying'1'arnahues: .\ )
be one of the strongest teamsin "Saturday the girls faced a Forrest heal I Oviedo in the I-'ridshirrlenny will visit.
Ask { the district" says Tennis team which was much more second ganio Fruits. night to the Slarke (loll; and Countrv
Coach Melba Howard. "Each evenly matched and although win its chance ;il (ills ( lubal i p m Haker.) 1'1'.1/1111"/
CharleyE. M player could have played Orange Park has had a girls Buchholz To Win Meet 8745Dominating Last: year it was Hnidlord, \ l h\ two slrokes) in Macelennv/)
better team for several years we High's cold spot in I the t third last Unit\

Losses on the boys team proved to play a little better l High Jump Tie I ) Lennon. period in which thin were
Yard Dash
most of the 440 I 1) Bennett
went like this: Mike McRae 6- tennis, commented Coach ;5'6; ::1.> Cauley. ;)'-t.
Bradford
Howard. meet. High Thin- 51.9 ; 31> Toni Schoening 71.9. K' OIl
Johns (K 60Johnny; Hobbs 6-1 6-1; clads rolled 87-45 over visiting :330 Intermediate Hurdles Four girls ran for time as a
Bruce Tucker 6-2, 6-2 Chuck Results of that meet are. mile team. The
; Buchholz relay team The Bradford Ca. TelegraphWILL
Sherman
Jockel Tuesday afternoonto D 31.9; 2i' Cauley.
7-6. 6-0 McMillan 6-3,
Hutcheson 6-2 6-2; Randy ; boost the BUS record to 31. 46.1. turned in a time of 5:02:
Crews 6-2, 6-1 and Andy 6-2; I\lltcheIl6-1. 7-5; Hazen 6- minutes. Members of the
About This Question "Buchholz did not have Sprint Medley Relay D i
: 3, 6-2; Lynn Pierce 84. Jockel team were Devlyn :Mathews SELL
and Hazen lost 8-2 and Mitchell much depth and that is the BHS. 2:14.6: (Chandler. Vicki
Robinson Gwen Cut fee
reason we won the meet by as Schoening' Puckett Brown )
and :McMillan\ :
"Hunting can be expensive Baseball "The girls played won well 83. much as we did." says Track 880 Hun 2)) Paterson. 2:0\1.: !) and Casandra Johnson. This is ANY TELEGRAPH NEWS PHOTO
loss of guns from damageor and I was very Coach Grover (Howard. Two Mile Run 21> Kirk the first time that this team
especially pleased
has
theft cost of personal with McMillan'sagressiveness\ i I I Bradford placers with their Hunsinger. 11:01: ; 2)) Paterson ever run for time.
for injuryto Registration and times are listed: 12:518.: Saturday the track team APPEARING IN THE PAPER
injuries liability deter-
will to the Palatka
South
120 High Hurdles n) Mile 1)1 BHS. 3:37.4 go
mination. I also Larry Relay :
others. I hear have was pleased Invitational and with
you Sherman 16.9: 2)) Jimmy i Bennett, Chandler Brown. compete
insurance that covers all Began Monday with Howard.Lynn Pierce says Cauley, 17.0. Sherman.) 13 other schools. Tuesday they Cost 52.25 Each

these risks guns personal Results of the : 100 Yard Dash 2)) George Discus-1)) Puckett 121'8: 2)) go back over to Palat'ka to
The Recreation Macclennymeet
Departments meet with PS and Green Cove
injury and liability. Can it Baseball Programs( are: McMillan: lost 84. Bennett and Robert Brown Hayes 116'7; 3)) Donnie

be bought for a hunting Dixie Youth ((10-11-12)) and Mitchell, won 8-1; Pierce won tie 11.0. Thomas llo'l.; .
- -- - -
Mile run 2)) Paul Parsons Shot Putt Thomas, 40'31-2 - -- --- - -- - -
trip of 3 to 30 days?" Junior Boys (1131115began) 8-3; Casey won 8-1 ; and Cathy ;
4:31.6 3)) )Ricky Solze ) :i7 12.
Wood lost 86. Doubles : ; 5:12.5.8HO : 2) Hayes, !
for the
registering :
Charley E. season Monday. coming Mitchell and McMillan won 8- ( Relay 1)) BHS. 1 1:388: Pole Vault 1)) Cauley, 9'6. I Came See Mr. Bush's
Registration forms be 4 and Casey and Pierce won 8- (IJames Chandler, Dwight Long Jump 1)) Glen
may Barber. Kenny Aycox and Mullins. 19'4 1-2: 31) Lennon
4.
JOI-INSAGENCY picked Center up or at the Pratt Recreation Street The boys completely wiped Pete Puckptt i I' 18'4.Union New Bait Er Tackle Shop

131 SO WALNUT ST Department Olfice. Practice out l\laccll'nny In singles I II
sessions will begin the last of Hobbs 8-0 McRae 8-4 Tucker I

PHONE 94-5O7O .. :March. 8-1. Hutcheson 8.2 and Handy ; Baseballers I I II II


- - - - II

Ede 2-1 Over BHS I

Shortage & e ,;

Over running into the ninth in for the score on the play I
inning Union High baseballers Union scored its winningrun
Rationing edged 2.1 by Bradford High. in the bottom of the ninth I
taking revenge for last week inning. Brannen singled then s I
when\ BUS beat Union 8-2 in David White hut to third base I (

Memories the opening game of the and an error put Brannen on I I I
season. second and White on first
:Now; BIIS stands at 1-1 while Then Mobley got a base hit L + I
L'nion has a 1-3 loss record. and Brannen scored the I7n i.
Of Russia. "It was pitcher duel all the winning run.Brannen ,
hit of four for
way\ commented .Head BUS two
y. Baseball Coach Harry Hat the Tigers while Dwight
cher. Stuart Duncan pitchedhis Griffis hit one of four and -," I II
MAR 22. 8OO: P.M. first game and stayed in :Mobley two of two. y
Hull and Wise
IheI nine innings Malt Tommy
Duncan allowed five hits each hit one of four for the day

FIRST CHRISTIAN made four strike outs and and Jimmy Prevatt hit a
walked six batters. perfect one of one. Jackson
"They've improved since Prevail hit one of two and
CHURCH we plat them last and we Stuart Duncan hit two of four
had trouble with mental for the day.
mistakes on the bases" says "I was pleased with Dun- I II
5O7 W CALL ST Hatcher. can's pitching performance." I

Union drew first blood in the stated Hatcher. "He did a I Bush I
second inning without any good job for his first time." Live Bait Has

MRS. KATHARYN IWANOWSKI hits. Joe Brannen was walkedto Friday the Tornadoes play A Lot Of Items I
!first base then Duncan Live Oak at home starting at HEADQUARTERS
SHORTAGES AND RATIONING MEMORIES OF RUSSIA will be ol
the topic
then the next
struck the next batter out. 1:30: Tuesday From
Mrs. Katharyn Iwanowski's speech on March :22, 8:00: P. M at The First Danny Hazen then got on base play again at home with St. MINNOWS His Service !

Christian Church, 507 West Call Street, Starke. Mrs Iwanowski spent half of with a fielders choice. Then an Augustine. That game starts Station At I
her life under Communism but managed to escape and Is now an American error on third base put at.4 p.m. j SHINNERS

citizen. She loves America with Its heritage of Freedom under God, but she now Brannen on home base for the Prices You
i
sees It being destroyed by the same forces which enslaved Russia. We are very score. WORMS I
fortunate to have such a dedicated Christian and proud American to tell us i > Then in the third inning BUS Can't Beat .
about the REALITY of Communism. Advance tickets can be obtained from Mr. i ii scored. Johnny :Nichols; led CRICKETS BUSH S I
l off getting on base Prickly Prob'-'m. It is
Sherrod Hamilton or Fred Johnson in Starke Mr. Hulon Herndon in Lawtey on an error
i i by the short stop. Then Jimmy possible to live with doubt. I
Mr. Paul Meng in Hampton, and Mr. Don Champion or Mr. Tom Mercereau in
Prevatt singled and :Nichols; hate just finished a third Bait & TackleMr.
Keystone Heights. went to third. !Nichols stole agonizing year of not knowingif I
second base. Then Prevatt my cactus plant Is dead or
sacrificed and attempted to alive. -Mary Ann Ser no steal second and o' TVP Chicago Tr.bunt 1
Nichols "Lin* --- -
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straight baskets to make the Suitor 306 Brown 62 14, Pearson 70
period. With the seconds
ticking
BHS'lea) a-i 11, Ci 1 ; : score 3(1-34( 1IH. Lake Butler 14. Herring 204 TOTALS: 27 3 57 away the ball was and
10-;3 In the first : passed
301DRIVEIN t three minutes before Forrest I re l : r; ,; then came alive again hitting NEVVBEKKYGAMEIt McGill came out or the crowd
finally began hitting at all, the e : seven straight points. Perry was a defensive switch of players with the ball. He
rest of the scoring coming hit the first one from 20 feet that vaulted Lake Butler into then banked in for a sure shot
Sewell, Golden Williams, ;C. out, then McGill scored from the Regional finals with a 75- with only five seconds left in
White, and Sewell again r right under the basket. Perry 74 victory over Newberry. the game. Newberry then
BUS led 16-13 aftter the first then got a point from the After Newberry bolted to a tried for the last shot but the
period and draw a big hand ::4 I I, r v'ttrrr l charity line and McGill hit 16-11 first quarter lead Tiger ball missed and Union took the
FRI. SAT. from Bradford fans as they "d 4 4V lI Jew2i" v again on a jump shot to put Coach Jimmy Thomas sent game 73-74.
came to the sideline. The BHS Union in front 4136. Both his outfit into a full court

CULPEPPER gave you a chance.. fans, dispersed all over the teams scored once before the press. The strategy worked CORE BY QUARTERSLB
if you could itay alive! Ocala gym Friday night, knew I period ended 43-38, LB. well as Newberry struggledup 11 22 24 IB71
how things were done by 'T lye the court under pressure. NB 16 IB 22 II- 74
Saturday night and amassed Hawthorne played catch up Various Panther turnoverswere UNION: Jones 408, Perry B218.
V Dung 3 l 10 Maxwell SIll 1 ,McGill 7 4
some 200 strong behind the ball and took control of the converted into Tiger 18 Slew.irl
3 4 10 TOTALS: 30 IS 75
BHS cheerleaders. The sharp game at the beginning of the points making the score at NEWBERRV Howard 306 H

playing BUS cagers had fourth period.With 5:20 left in halftime 34-33, NB. McCray e 3 IV.Miller 1 0 14 K Inq J B ,IJ
Bradford students, parents, the game the Hornets were in The taller Tigers out Green 10 l 12\l TOTALS: Jl 12/4
and teachers all on their feet front 41147. rebounded Newberry 45-31
and yelling. with McGill pulling down a

The Wildcats closed to 24-20 Both teams puttered aroundfor good 17.The .Panthers shot Clay Paving &
in the awhile and con-
1 second frame, but after that
siderably better than the
ae 1V Williams hit 1u Union hit another scoring
on a 20 foot
Tigers, hitting 31 of Construction
on 64 Inc.
jumper from the left, Hampton 6 streak Stirley Jones hit the shots, while Union
converted
hit from 15 feet out on the first basket of the streak from only 30 of 70. 473-2127
right side 15 feet out then McGill hit
and Sewell a COMMERCIAL CIRCLE
With 2:45: left in the
FRI. SAT. game
rebounded a missed BHS shot w by foul shot. Maxwell then scoredon Newberry had KEYSTONEDRIVEWAYS
70-67
a lead.
and put it back up at the end of a three pointer to put Unionin Then Newberry: was unable
to
the period and BHS took a front 55-51 with 30 seconds
control the ball
and
Roar once again seven point left in the a quick
32-25 lead into the game. exchange of clutch baskets.

with the original dressing room. -2 l Then Hawthorne made its Don King and Otis Howard hit PARKING
Scare By Quarters: on drives and Howard also
movie cast... BHS 16 16 16 2169 xtl2 small come back and took the made good on a crucial one AREAS
o Fr. 13 12 7 18-50 4 winning bucket to win the and one situation.
BHS While 704, Williams 71217 game 5756.
With 19 seconds left, the
it2 Golden 7 3 IB Sewell 10 0 20 Hampton 4 FILL DIRT
2 10 Hodge 0 1 1 Totals. 30 9 69. Panthers still held a 74-73
lead. Howard then faced
was
FORREST: Brown 7 4 18 Chambers 3 SCORE BY QUARTERSLB with a one and one situation. CLAY & LIME
/ 2 a,,Greeno 9 018, Rogers 1 10 2,Arnett 2 11 15 17 13 56 There mad
was a scramble for
HH 18 1 10 12 17 S7 ROCK
04 TOTALS: 22650. Putting the icing on the cake, Alvaughn Golden scores after stealing the ball in the closing UNION: Jones 215 1 Perry 7 620 the rebound which was taken
minutes of a close with Moore Orlando in the round of the Class .VAA
BISIIOPMOOREGAME: game Bishop opening MCG'4 2 10 Maxwell 1 7 Stewart uI by McGill. Free Estimates
J.... Two lightning-quick steals Region 2 basketball tournament. Seconds later Golden stole the ball again und scored" to give I 17 Griffin, 102 TOTALS: 23 10 56
BUS an X-point lead HAWTHORNE: Henderson 9 i 119,
03> Tornadoes by Alvaughn Golden gave the I_ L "mffilht'lfl'ltlr.i1', '!!." "I'.lflllllJllJAi4ml\/MI.IfI.\ e laIN
an eight-point 50-42
lead with 1:41: left Friday
night against Bishop Moore of of their 22-3 Bill dams Win Azalea _
Orlando to virtually assure season. 40-3B. LIKE A LAMB
3 Bradford Bishop Moore virtually cut At that point Bradford'sCurtis
High of a chance at
Ocala ,Forrest in the finals of off the Bradford fast break, White got tough under Tournament tIll Palatka OUT LIKE A LION

the Class AAA Region 2 and the Hornets played a the boards in competition with
basketball tournament.It tough( defense which the Bishop Moore's Kevin Riley. T -
all the Tornadoes found it tough to White whipped down a Bill Adams 22, of Starke, tournament. Richard Roberts If this seems twisted around to you we
until'Golden's two penetrate.But rebound under the Homer bogged his last two holes of the played in the second flight but Intended it to be. For in this phrasing it

way defensive moves. BUS led 13- BUS hit enough from board and Hiley came downon final round to win the Azalea didn't place. illustrates how most people react to going to
11 after the first the the outside to keep in the top. White sunk the two free Festival Invitational Golf Steve Simmons won sixth their doctor for a physical check-up. It would
period,
game was tied 22-22 at the game, and in the second halfSewell throws to regain BHS' four Tournament in Palatka with a place in the third flight while not be natural if you did not have some worries -

half, BITS out scored the White, and Williams point margin, then 42-38. four over par 74 Sunday.The Warney Adkins took 17th P his office and thus little approached your entrance into
Hornets 16.12 in the third worked l effectively under the White missed his next three day before Honnie place. Places were ranked J a meekly

MASHAn period to take a 38-34 lead. Butit boards to bolster the outside charity shots, one when a Tumlin, the defending down to 19th place. But, when it is all over and the doctor
: :
was the fourth period in shooting. technical was called on Bishop champion and two-time Adams, a University of has pronounced you fit and well it makes you
Ingo Premmger Production which the BHS five looked Curtis White got the second Moore for slapping the backboard winner from Palatka shot a 66 Georgia senior is sitting out 11 want to roar out of there like a lion. The air
rilfiiColor by DeLu.e ''"' 41v d most like itself, moving the half tip-off, raced down the and another two shots to push him into the first this quarter mainly to groovehis smells a little sweeter and there in i a spring
I[ l'I'!I' Panavision ball playing tough defense, court and missed a lay-up. But when Riley again fouled under round lead by one shot. Adamswas sing. He entered the final to your step you didn't notice before' It's
in second place in the first with four worth going!
L J and really getting on the Elva Hampton was right the boards. round a bulky swing
boards.In behind and tipped the ball in to Sewell got BHS'IH4th round with a two over par 72 edge, but ran into trouble on a
the fourth period BIIS give BHS a 24-22 lead. White points by tipping in a shot with on the par 70 course at the triple bogie on the sixth hole 1 YOU OK YOUR DOCTOR C.PIIO'E: US

beat the Hornets 16.10 to takea was fouled under the basket as 3:43: : left in the game. Andy Palatka Golf and Country Tumlin edged his way into when you need a delivery. We will deliver

54-44 win in probably their BUS missed three straight tip- Burns,who had 10 points, kept Club contention with an eagle and a o promptly without extra charge. A treat: many
SUN. MON in tries a moment later and the Hornets in contention witha Bobby McRae. also of people rely on us'" for their health needs. We
most pressure packed contest added two free throws to give long set shot from the left Starke won the second flight hole in one on two consecutiveholes welcome requests for delivery service and charge
during the middle round
BUS its four point cushion, 26- corner to make it 4440. while John Watson placed accounts.
Son skin bursting second in the first Bill Saturday. His! ace shot was
I 22 at that point. Golden then scored the next flight. achieved with iron .
an eight on
through hard Scoring see-sawed then until six points. lie tipped in a Epps and Handy Jones bothplavcd
the 140 yard sixth hole
LLLLti FE in .the first' flight of the
:; missed shot with 3:10 left to 964-6757
prison walls I( near the end of the third : MHM HBH H HH B* *11
BHS 46-40() lead. The
period with Bo Clf rk keeping give a
Locked in HILL-L! I! .: 1 the Hornets in the game by next half-minute was con- offense then paid the clock.olf for Burns BHS Golden BHS: II/Vhite 8 Sewell ISM: "tin 1 A i Hamplole am -' 'IB KOCH'S DRUGS
sumed in a fight for the ball by eating up .
effectively using a long '
very TOTALS: I: n! ,4
a cage basket cut the BHS
under the Moore hit a to .
Bishop ,
PRESENTS set shot from the left side. BM: Wtintyr i i u 17-
01 wild Clark's 21 points topped l all basket as BHS brought down lead to 50-44, then BUS set up a endow I l0 .' R ,it.fuisel' S < 166 W CALL ST STARKE, FLA.

desire for the game, as he rebound after rebound only to four corner offense and froze 0 0 I' TOTALS ,U
L'LLzLLLLtti score the ball until there were 51
his 24 lose the ball to the Hornets.
near point The Hornets finally controlledthe seconds remaining. Abie B 1E el a i'' B e Q e e e' y e

average. ball, and set their Williams was called I for a
L.GLh; ., With 1:51: left in the third up
infraction. Bishop
deliberate offense. Burns dribbling
a fighting Hornet team
period
found his inside and sanka Moore got the ball but couldn'tconvert.
FOR THE FIRST TIME had narrowed the margin to way
r- A W. FURGi
1
basket from inside the key
COUNTRY MUSIC S BEST two points, 32-30,as Riley hit a
long set shot. Then Sewell from five feet out, cutting the scif aid* or NEW
1rThe Week rebounded Williams' shot and BUS margin to 4642. The Tornado five relaxed
6 Nights a BHS turned the ball dominated the final
laid it up Hampton followed over and TIACTOIS NOW IN STOCK
Featuring Guest Artist: with a driving lay-up as he with 2:10: left in the game and minute of play. Sewell drove i 5K 1 1I

Linda Amerson dribbled all the way in on an Bishop Moore point guard inside for a lay-up with 28 I Quality Srvicn I
," outstanding play and started up the court. Before seconds left. White drove I

-"' Fri.and Sat. Night Williams hit a jumper to give almost anybody realized what down the base line for another EQUIPMENT CO. 1 1I

Only S.00 Cover Charge BHS a 38-34 advantage at the had happened Golden had 'lay-up with 11 seconds left. I OUv r $ w u* I II
BIB From 9 PM-2 AM end of the third period. stolen the ball and was driving A S rvk
L1BUSTOOjJ' Sewell basketed a long shot for his first lay-up. The Hornet After Golden's two steals quipm ntSATOH
from the right corner to open started up court again and BHS simply ran away with the HWY 131HqCrosse

at scoring in the fourth period Golden stole the ball again. game. TIACTOttCOMCINI
Bobby'sHideaway ; "
)ANDMAY IQUIPMIMT
"They sure came in handy.
BITS up 4034. Then Clark hit The resulting lay-up gave BHSa
on a 15-foot jumper for the 50-42 lead with 1:41: left in the said Coach Sexton.

Hornets and followed that bv game. 9 rav r Pump*.CM..C l Pl nttr Avftlt.Hvtrt
PLUS stealing the ball from BI$' From there everything* SCORE BY QUARTER I Mint Marrvwt,L ly n4 PI wS ra riKulmn4 I II

301 North-Waldo Hampton and going in for a Bishop Moore did used up BUS 13 9 14 ,16iJ I L l n* T M m FitrttortiC'rdp I II
THE BIG BIRD CAGE' lay-up to close the Hornets to time. The deliberate Hornet I Sprayers I
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CIIURCII ACTIVITIES

I ,N$ err Burney Dobbs of mother, Mrs. Westfall, of Kathy Brown

I Church of God Sunday Jacksonvilll spent Saturdaywith Virginia.Mr. .

... School, 10 a.m. Worship his parents, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. J. F. here
is
time
Bobby 1. Service, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. 'Arlie Dobbs. Robertson visited Mr. and Strawberry
for
treat
It's
YPE and Prayer Meeting, 7p.m. again. really a
L Mrs. Floyd Aultman Sunday
v 1 me to have fresh strawberriesthis
a e f Taylor .# Saturday. Robert Rosier of and carried lunch to help out early, and we are lucky to
J f- Jacksonville was a guest of his with meals and sympathizewith live in a county that producessuch
Faith Baptist Church parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim them in the car accident luscious berries. I bought

Radio Program over WPXE Rosier Tuesday morning. death of their son, Allen, on some on my way home from a
Starke, 8 a.m. Sunday Bible
Friday night in Jacksonville.
meeting with the Lawtey 4H'ers -
Preparations for the School, 10 a.m. Worship Ser Mr. and Mrs. Randy Hayesof
and fresh
they were so
6 Bradford County Fair April 3- vices, 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Hampton and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Ruby Lee and friend of that I believe they hadn't been
are on schedule. Looks
like
School Bible Doctrine
on
Wayne Teston and daughter of Jacksonville of
were guests
than an hour!
picked more
the Fair will be
S ., better than bigger and Tuesday at 8 p.m., Pastor's Starke gathered at the homeof Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders Once I took the first bite, I
The
ever. Brad- home. Prayer meeting their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
ford-Union Cattleman'sAssociation Friday evening. could hardly stop, but no needto
Wednesday at 7:30: Bible Earl Teston on Tuesday
feel too bad about
is hard Mr.and Mrs. George
working to
Study. evening to their brother
Seven Prison make their second 4-H and Michael help Shuford and family, Mr. and overeating strawberries
Employees Complete celebrate his 11th
because they are one of the
FFA Steer Show and Sale as Grace United Methodist birthday. Mrs. Morris Kelley and
successful as the one last Church Sunday School, 9:45: family, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby best sources of Vitamin C,

160 Hour Training CourseSeven year. Thirty-two steers are a.m. Worship Services, 11 Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Harperof Norman and family, Mr. and good to for eat, low in calories and
entered and should Milliard and good you.
add Mrs. Luther
really and 7 Wednesday
a.m. p.m. Starke, J. C. Prevatt, Jr. of
to the appearance of the MYF p.m. followed by Choir Gainesville, and Mr. and Mrs. family, Mr. and Mrs. O. Besides, strawberries are

Green, Bill L. Buby, and developed by the Division of livestock barn at the Fair. Practice at 730 Truman Norman were dinner Nicula and family and Miss Gwen such a delicate product, andso
employees of the A group of the ladies from of their Mr. Shuford, Mr. Mrs. Danny need be
Randall A. Massey. Corrections to upgrade Better weather than last guests parents, Mr. perishable, they to
Florida State Prison have the church attended the World Jackson and daughter,
capabilities and effectiveness week has enabled our farmersto and Mrs. Carl Prevatt on stored in the refrigerator and
successfully completed an The principal speaker at the of existing personnel, and to get back on schedule with Day of Prayer Service Fridayat Sunday to help him celebratehis and Mrs. Blaine Lois Thompsonand Carter used within one or two days. I
intensive 160-hour resident Commencement Exercises on train and qualify new needed preparations for spring St. Mark's Episcopal 81st birthday. Bobby family, Mrs. just put them in the

training program in February 1 was J.B. Godwin, manpower to achieve stan- planting. I'm hoping that our Church, Starke. Those at. Norman and son, Ricky, Mr. and Mrs. James and Pearson Mrs. refrigerator as purchased,
Correctional Administration, superintendent of the dards for treatment, control folks will be able to get fuel tending from the church were called during the afternoon. and family, and Mr. and wash and stem only what
all at
Correctional Operations, and Reception and Medical and habilitation. and fertilizer at a fair price Mrs. Hubert Driest, Mrs. Wade Gaskins, gathered I'll eat at one time. This helpsto
Human Relations at the Center, Lake Butler. after have decided to Truby Wainwright, Mrs. Mae Jack Wainwright, Jr. of the home of Mr. and Mrs. prevent loss of food value
Correctional Training Institute The resident program is the they their this Wells, Mrs. Minnie Coss, Mrs. Waycross, Ga. spent Friday Leon Starling on Saturday and spoilage.
Raiford. The employees also first phase of a 320-hour The grow dilemma crops facing year.the Mamie Lou Edwards, Mrs. night with his grandmother, evening for a covered dish
received nine semester Frances Hamilton, and Miss supper honoring Mr. and Mrs. When go to buy
training for Mrs. Truby Wainwright. you
program
Pictured from left they credits from Lake City correctional employees. They farmer is that fertilizer and Arthurine Blanchard. After Emory Eunice and family of strawberries look tor a full

are: Philip W. Rossi, MarcusL. Community College for their will complete the second 160- fuel prices have doubled receivedfor in the services a covered dish lunch Donna and Art Green of Chattanooga Tenn. red color and a bright luster.
last while price
Conner, Emory D. Hardee, in the year
participation computer The flesh should be firm and
served in the
Edward E Suarez. James A assisted training hour phase at Florida State cattle and other crops have was parish Albany, Ga. spent the spring Mr. and Mrs. Earl Denmarkand
,
program attached and the berries
Prison. decreased recently. Some house. holidays with their grandmothers family of Jacksonvillewere cap
should be and clean. Don'tbuy
Mrs Joe Dorko and dry
producers are proceeding Sunday guests of their
Highland Baptist Church Mrs. Mae Wells. ones with large uncoloredareas !
against their better judgment. brother-in-law and sister, Mr.'
.
Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. or large seedy areas as
and Mrs. Leon Starling.
I am still getting calls and Worship service, 11 a.m. Choir Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Teston they may be poor in flavor and
: questions about home gar- Practice, 6:30: p.m. Evening and daughter of Starke were Friday March 8, will be a texture. A dull shrunken
LS
'En.lTO.Rl, dens. Here are my answers to Service, 7:30: p.m. Prayer guests of their parents, Mr. teacher planning day. There appearance or softness indicates
some of the questions asked Meeting Wednesday at 7:30.: and Mrs. Earl Teston and will no school for students. overripeness or

most frequently.Can family on Sunday.Mr. On Monday the students decay; avoid them because
Northside Baptist Church from Mrs. Peggy Stanwix- mold will spread rapidly from

I grow vegetables Sunday School, 10 a.m. and Mrs. Charles Hay's special program par- one berry to another.
cheaper than I can buy themin Worship Services, 11 a.m. and Watson and son of Macclennywere ticipated in an academic
the store? Much depends 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting Sunday guests of Mr. competitor program with If you can hold onto 3 cups of
The Impeachment IssueSeven upon the success of your Monday at 7:30.: and Mrs. Donald Wilkison and Southside Elementary. The 12 strawberries long enough to
venture and the methods you Brother Emory Eunice attended services with them. fourth and fifth grade students make a piecrust, try tnis
who represented Lawtey did Fresh Strawberry Pie good
use to cut production costs. brought the morning messageat
You must keep in mind that the church on Sunday.PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Griffis an excellent job in the com eating for sure!

men who exercised top powerin and misdemeanors against the United when you become the : and daughters, and Mr. and petition. 3 cups fresh prepared
producer, you bear the risk, Mrs. Walter Wilkerson were SCHOOLNEWS:
President Nixon's White House have States, or neglects to superintend their whereas when you purchasethe Mrs. Horace Cox of Waldo Sunday dinner guests of their strawberries, 1.4 cup
The School
Advisory flavored gelatin
now been formally accused, by a grand conduct, so as to check their excesses" produce, the risk has been was a guest of her mother, son-in-law and daughter Mr. Committee met Monday strawberry 1.4 cornstarch. 1 cup
Mrs. P. L. Dinkins, and cup
of ordinary citizens, of what must assumed by the farmer. and Mrs. Gene Taylor.
jury sister, !Mrs. Jim Burton, on night. Several items were sugar. 1 cup cold water red
constitute the most corrupt conspiracyin This opinion by President Madison Obviously, a partial or total Monday. Another guest was discussed and recom- food coloring (optional). 1
Mrs. Lawrence and
the history of American government: seems tailor-made to fit Mr. Nixon's crop dening loss endeavor means cost your rather gar- Jim Burton of Jacksonville fora daughter, Dawn Mosley spent mendations were made that baked pie crust ((9 inch).

the to the Watergate situation. He has publicly accepted few days, and Charles will go to the School Board for
attempt coverup than saved you money.In sometime with her grand; budgetary consideration Combine gelatin cornstarchand !
burglary and other related crimes by responsibility for the actions of his Dinkins the of week.Starke called sugar. Add cold water

destroying evidence, lying to investigators underlings in the Watergate happeningsand order to cut productioncosts during slowly and mix well. Cook at

buying silence with funds therefore, according to Madison's margin, thus widening must the buy profit the Lynn Boch spent the Country Music Show Set SaturdayAt medium heat stirring constantly

extorted from large corporations, and interpretation of the Constitution, wouldbe minimum you materials weekend with his uncle and slightly until and mixture becomes thickens clear.

making offers of clemency to the guilty subject to impeachment. The seven necessary to do the job. For aunt Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Bradford High AuditoriumNashville Add a few drops of red food

that only the President could grant. defendants, indicted last week, were his example, if your soil does not Griffis and family of Palatka. .. coloring if desired. Cool until
He attended services at
appointments, either administrative or need liming, don't buy lime to College Park Baptist Church South will be Chief Jordan, who also has lukewarm. Wash! and hull

The question of what constitutes an political, and helped him govern, as wellas assortment put on it. And of don't buy and an with Miss Denise Carter, presented Saturday March 9, served the community for fresh strawberries Slice or

"impeachable offense" is the crucial campaign for office. dusts of the wrong sprays kind. Find while there. at 7:30: p.m. in the Bradford more than 12 years as City leave whole. Pour 1-2 of glaze
County High School on bottom of baked pie crust
Marshal, stresses the fact that
issue in the dramatic out beforehand what will do
plot now unfoldingin
Auditorium in Starke. Add Iresh berries. Cover with
according -
will be
As in the of Judge Ritter, Mr. the job, purchase and apply Misses Susie Lett Sharon no alcoholic beverages
case
Washington. to M. M. "Butch"Jordan remaining glare Refrigerate
Combs, and Calvin Kirkland permitted at the show and
Nixon has allowed his administration to that material only. attended Hair Fashion Showat Chief, Lawtey officers will be on duty to until firm. Garnish with

Mr. Nixon has confidently stated that be brought into "scandal and disrepute"to One further point, your time the Hilton Hotel, Monday in Volunteer Fire Department. enforce this rule. "We have whipped cream or topping.
Yield
he will not be impeached... that he could the prejudice of public confidence. and labor\ are the main free Jacksonville.Mrs. Sponsored by the Lawtey planned this function as an : 6 servings. I I II

only be impeached for an indictable Recent national polls show to what ingredients you have to investin Department, the show con- evening of good clean" fun for From time to-time I like to I
Lois Carter returned the entire family states the
criminal offense, and there is no extent public confidence has been a your garden. Do what you home Saturday after spendinga sists of country-western, chief. Soft drinks, coffee and remind my readers that all

evidence of such a crime against him. major casualty of the Nixon ad can garden yourself.machinery Expensive pays off in week with her brother and gospel cast and consists Bluegrass of Charlie music.Its hotdogs will be available. Extension Home Economics I

ministration.A sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. programs are open to all
the but not in the Robertson
long run and The Fron-
The recently completed who in- i
But it is the belief of the legal staff of short run, unless you have a Ovid Denmark, Miss Evelyn tiersmen, Bo Walker and his Lawtey Fire House owes its homemakers terested in are The '
Rivers and Mrs. W. T. participating.
the Judiciary Committee, now con certain degree of skepticism of very large garden. Basford, of Jacksonville.Mrs. Bluegrassmen Sonny existence in large part to the Extension Homemakers Clubis 'I'

sidering Mr. Nixon's fate, that "The politics has long been an American shouldI Bullington and the Christian- cooperation and assistance of a group of homemakers who
of is tradition but apprehension and distrustof What variety tomato aires, Jeannie B,. Slade residents at the Lawtey are interested in improvingtheir
purpose impeachment not personal plant in my garden? One of Maines Griffis and Johnnie Masters Irma, and
punishment... but primarily to maintain those in authority has definitely the pleasures of gardening is children of Palatka spent the Uncle Virgil, (exmillionaireand Center Community according Vocational to Jordan homes and homemaking

constitutional government." It is their deepened in 1974. to try new and different weekend Mrs. Nellie with Wilkinson her mother, and, Honoray Mayor, Gobblers's and James Wainwright, chiefof !skills.month They to enjoy meet educational once a

belief that grounds for impeachmentneed things. Although you might Knob, Ark.) that Center.IlikeAThoti. such
if have the sister, Mrs. Daisy Boch. programs on topics as
not be limited to criminal offenses. A recent example of this came when space experiment and time,you your best bet Star of the show is Frank flower arranging, buying knit

graduate students entering a political is to grow the proven Friends of G. L.'Sapp regretto Thomas, who will be performing fabrics and others. The

History would seem to be on the side course at the University of Michiganwere varieties. The State's leading learn that he is a surgical many of his own Starke Club meets on the

of the Judiciary Committee's legal staff, asked if they agreed with this commercial variety for patient in St. Vincents numbers such as Tear-Stained Ionised $431 second Thursday the each month.
at 10 at Agriculture
a.m.
Hospital, Jacksonville. Our Guitar Goin' Back to
,
and the
is Floradel
staking
rather than Mr. Nixon's statement "Often those who enter For tarried
more narrow : leading ground variety is love and prayers are with Louisianne Thorn in My Side Building and would welcomenew

definition. politics think more about their own or Walter. Both produce a large him. Bitter Wine, 2000 Years Age, members. The Lawtey
their party's welfare than about the globe-shaped fruit of the type and many more. Guest per- $431 was raised for the Club is changing its meeting

Emphasis in past impeachment welfare of the citizens." In 1972 only 12 most people prefer. They are Mrs. Jim Burton and Miss sonalities also will appear on mentally retarded by 32 date to the second Tuesday ol
Arthurine Blanchard visited Starke show.Admissions teenage and( few adults) bike each month, and Mill meet at
resistant to of the plant the
answered in affirmative many
the
proceedings has been the significant cent ,
on per diseases in her sister Miss Enza Blanchard riders for the CivinetteCivitanBikeathon the City Hall in Lawtey. This
so prevalent
effects of conduct in office such but last September the figure had Club is also
as: Florida. Another proven in Macclenny on to the show are Feb. 17. seeking new
undermining the integrity of office, leaped to 94 per cent. variety just arriving on the Thursday.Mr. $1.50 for children and $2.50 for members. Any homemaker
disregard of constitutional duties and scene is the Florida !Mll-1. It adults. Chief Jordan points out The riders rode from 1:30p : interested in joining either

oath of office, arrogation of power, abuseof If any part of this amazing increasewas should prove to be very acceptable and Mrs. Pete Jenkinsof that the department needs m. to 4 p.m. starting at the club can do so by calling office me at
for home supply Jacksonville and Mrs funds and that any monies Florida Bank parking lot, 9C4-6554 writing my :
the governmental process, and adverse due to Watergate and related during the winter and Johnny Jenkins and son, also derived from the sponsorshipof proceeding on SR-230 to P. O. Box 267. Starke Florida
spring
impact on the system of government mattersand who would deny that it is-- months. The purpose of this of Jacksonville, were Sunday this show will be used for Kingsley Lake, then back on 32091. There are no

." then certainly this would qualify as an bulletin is to provide current guests of her parents, Mr. and equipment and maintenance.It SR-16 to the Florida Bank requirements for membershipother
impeachable offense in destroying public information on cultural Mrs. O. J. Anders.Mr. is also stated that any parking lot. Every one of the than an interest in

requirements, varieties, person desiring to make a riders accomplished 20 miles. homemaking.
It is significant that in the latest confidence in our government.
nutrition harvesting, and Mrs. Emory Eunice contribution to the Depart- Mayor Neil Tucker donated
federal impeachment proceedings and precooling packaging and and children of Chattanooga, ment may do so by mailing 50 cents a mile to Sandra
subsequent removal from officethat of The staff of the Judiciary Committee control of diseases, weeds, Tenn. spent the long weekend check or money order to Ebling who totaled the most

District Judge Halsted Ritter in 1936-- carefully examined constitutional nematodes and insects. The with their parents, Mr. and Lawtey Volunteer Fire money, collecting $36. Mona

the Senate acquitted the accused on records and statements of the Founding bulletin is particularly well Mrs. Harold Eunice, other Department, P. O. Box t 9, Marchant collected a total of
illustrated with relatives and friends. Another Lawtey. $34 to be second highest. LettersAPPRECIATION
pictures
several specific criminal counts, in- Fathers and came up with a definition so ;
in color aid guest of the Eunices was their
including some to
cluding income tax evasion, but convicted broad that it can encompass charges of in describing physiological son Roger, of Nashville,

him on grounds that the result of "undermining the integrity of office, disorders ; nutritional Tenn. for a visit.

his conduct was "...to bring his court into disregard of constitutional duties and deficiencies and diseases.

scandal and disrepute, to the prejudiceof oath of office, arrogation of power, abuseof Bulletin 757 is an excellent Mr. and Mrs. Lane Carter
of Gainesvillewere
and
said and confidence the the and adverse reference for commercial daughters
court public in governmental process, Gentlemen:
Wednesday evening
,
celery shippers
growers ,
administration of justice. "impact on the system of government county extension agents, dinner guests of their mother, On Tuesday, Feb. 26, on

packinghouse operators, Mrs. Lois Carter. Highway 16 my old 19(16( car
In defense of a President's right to buyers, inspectors, seedsmenand Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Car. stalled; near the tracks. One

remove his assistants from office Although these might not be in- other commercial michael of Jacksonville were vrtki4.if military gentleman tried to

President Madison argued: "It will make dictable criminal acts, under the legal fieldmen dealing with celery Sunday dinner guests Mr. and of their Mrs. help me, and along came a
growers and shippers. It can grandparents high school
him, in a peculiar manner, responsiblefor statutesin reality what greater crimecan be obtained from County Arlie Dobbs. I help you?young he asked.man.lay"Yes!

their conduct, and subject him to there be than destroying public Extension Offices and the : you can," I said "please go up
impeachment himself, if he suffers themto confidence in our government Without Vegetable Crops Departmentin Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Martinof to the Gulf Station and borrowa

perpetrate with impunity high crimes such confidence, what do we have left? Gainesville.. South Daytona Beach and battery starter."
Mr and Mrs. Bill Wolfe and

Danny of Cape Coral were Back he came in his own
?v JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL: "Notis IhE Old lino weekend guests of their car, and in a few minutes he

failure, but low aim, crime: mother, Mrs. Hester Hicks, had my motor running. Wish I
, and brother-in-law and sister, had learned his name, but I
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Shuford am sure he is an outstanding

s 9.BL and family. They are young man. It is fine to see
q BRADFORQ Mrs. Hicks' birth-
Co, celebrating young people who are so
p sivtaiNrs_ day which was Monday, helpful and thoughtful, with
( March 4. good training, in.Starke.
NAVE Mt c e1 e p4 r4'i
Fred Moore I
o Mrs. was a taught school for 43 years,
aMta guest of her sister Miss Dance most of my work being in New
Rachel Boyer, at the River Skating Champions Jersey,
,r7ot4 BOB G. FERGUSON: JOHN: M. MILLERPublishers side Presbyterian Home In
Jacksonville on Friday. In New Holiday On Ice This is my second winter in

Published each Thursday and catered as Seeond Class Matter ar the Pose Office ., SUe. your town and I like it very
Fla. under Ace of Glenda Moore and much the
March 3, 1879. "Sir I love! Mrs. friendly at-
your daughter David Sutton and Mary Church, former Canadian dance

Subscription race in trade area: $6 per year: $3.50 six month and I\e asked for her-you dinner children guests of Lake of her City grand-were skating champions and member of the. Canucks world people.mosphere and thoughtful
are president or skating team will bring a brilliant performance to the
1974
Outside trade area $7 afar i OoolarT
Phone 964-6305 : per year: 14.00 month Starke Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Fla. Molars. urtn't YOII'I'lInllo: | | parents Frevatt, on Saturday. edition of Holiday on Ice at the Jacksonville Coliseum from Grant R. Sinsabaugh
marriage." Tuesday, March 19, through SUnday March 21. Holiday Inn. Starke"agelZ




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r City Getting Limited Fuel, Price RisingLimited (From Page 1)) for Blaine the low Thompson base bid.was Lawtey's: first to

-- decide, with H. A. Lawson,
'-" Temple, Hall noted, the board Rodney Hall, and Art Holliday
has spent a considerable following suit, although
quantities into of fuel cut*to?little as 22 Percent of year and yet his fuel not being( delivered here." The said he was out of gas for six Texaco on US-301 said the amount of funds on unbudgeted Holliday didn't voice his
are coming Starke as the total sales figure for the allocation has not been deal estimated that the total, days this past month. Texaco Station was out of fuel capital outlay decision until after Monday
March dealers allocations stations arrive at month in question two years figured to include that increase gallonage that would be due to "It's going to be terrible in for a two week period in projects. But, Hall pointed out night's meeting.The .
local but past.A "At the same time," the closed stations at between March, as fast as it's (the February and Mrs. Cole didn'tsee again Tuesday morning, the board was determinedto
buying that fuel, is even in spokesman with the man said"we have 150,000 to 200,000 gallons of fuel) going. If I didn't limit my a much brighter picturefor board won't get to sell another spend the entire $160,000 on
limited amounts, still a Faulkner's Gulf Station on US- several stations closed in fuel per month, sales I could run out in a this month. school next year and has no some kind of building project,
catch "
catch as can propositionfor 301 said he had an increase of Starke and the fuel that wouldbe Seeber Goodman of week, Goodman said. With the March price in- other local funds in sight. Hall and opposed placing any funds
the consumer full tank with the best 30 percent in sales over last coming to those stations is Goodman's Standard Station Mrs. Edward Cole of Starke crease of three cents per said he opposed raising taxesto from the sale of the former
bet on a the coming gallon fuel prices have risen provide funds for the Lawtey school into the
early in day. all over the area with the complex.in operations budget. Supt Jim
Although given a fuel price Adminis trators
March Board Hesitates. Approves average price being paid for his argument to save Temple stressed that some
on 1 the
increase regular grades of fuel stan- some funds as a cushion funds should be saved in case
dealers are still rationing fuel, An apparent behind-the- told Lawson in low but audible still refusing to move on the superintendent, on annual ding at 52.9 cents per gallon Temple pointed out three the operations budget comes
each in their own manner. scenes school power strugglemay tones. Lawson repeatedlyasked question, Supt. Temple contract (A. C.) as an ad- and premium grades going for things: up in the red at the end of the
Some stations are opening for have been close to the that consideration of presented an addition to his ministrator. Richard Jockel, an average of 56.9 cents per 1)) The state school fundingunit current fiscal year. lie said he
only limited hours each day, surface Tuesday when the the administrators status be recommended personnel director of curriculum and gallon. Prices have increased has decreased in value has funds to cover every
others are closing both Bradford school board postponed."Do bearing the names of BHS instruction-county wide, on since the first of the year by a from $583 to $575 during the expense except the food
Saturday and Sunday, and deliberated at length before whatever you feel you Director of Pupil Personnel continuing contract (C. C.) as full ten cents per gallon and year, a cost of some $60,000 to service program which is
still a few in the City of Starkeare approving 1974-75 said and a principal at several stations in the
con- must, Temple pushingfor Connie Clark Supervisor more Bradford County. expected to be in the red
limiting sales to regular tractural status of ad- the item to be approved Lucille Payne (Annual contract (AC) Starke area. 2)An) error the ad- around $35,000.Temple .
customers only and displaying"No ministrators. Tuesday. "All right, you've heard the personnel may be released on Local dealers are skeptical ministration figured into its even backed off his
Gas" signs, turning away Outward signs that "You know my position as recommendation. What's the the vote of the school board. about the recent national news state funding program showed previous stand in favor of the
tourists and locals who something was stirring included well as I know yours," Lawson desire of the board?" asked Continuing contract protects coverage being given to a 100 students more than actually operations center, which
haven't dealt with them in the the fact that the stated. Then the veteran Chairman Goodman. educators against being firedat possible dropping of the Arab exist, which will mean puzzled the board. "Are you
past.All. regularly scheduled meeting board member turned to his the board's whim. More fuel embargo and the rolling the county will earn $50,000 saying an operations center is
of the dealers spoken started some 40 minutes late fellow board members and There was still more serious reasons are required, back of prices on oil by the less in state funds than the unnecessary?" Hall asked.
with in this week's survey had because two board members, asked, "What are we going to silence. Finally, Hall movedto such as incompetence or Arabs' to $7 per barrel. staff thought. "There's no use com
periods during the month of Rodney Hall and H. A. do about this personnel ( accept the superintendents misfeasance.) One dealer said, "Our whole 3)) The operating budget is pounding our error," Temple
February when they were Lawson, were in conference question?" recommendation, which then Charles Francis, Bradford bottleneck at this time is the covered to finish in the black said, suggested that the
completely out of fuel to sell with administrators while the "I'd as soon have it now," included the names of Clark High School principal, on amount of fuel the govern except for some $35,000 the project be limited to the bus
and each one has his own rest of the board waited. Temple stated again.Board and Mrs. Payne. Polled by the continuing contract (CC as a ment is willing to let us have ftod service (cafeteria) barn alone, thus cutting costs
predictions as to how long his Whispered questions, which member Blaine clerk, all five board members principal. Lennard Register and even if they do somethingin program is expected to go( i i.1 some$80,000. Hall argued thatit
station may be able to keep the press or audience were Thompson suggested the voted yes, to accept the Bradford Middle School, Washington, D. C. this the hole. is not good management to
their pumps open during the unable to hear, by Lawson to board skip the question and recommendation.But principal, on CC as a prin- afternoon it is going to be a Temple reiterated he was use capital outlay in an
month of March with Temple took place when the consider it later. Lawson made it clear he cipal. long time before the benefitsare advising the board it might operating budget.
estimates ranging from a few board reached the item on "No, we've come to it. Let's may come back to the Phil Vellenga, Brooker felt by this part of the find itself in a financial bind at Hall also pointed out that
days to a lull two weeks contractural status. The handle it," stated Chairman question at a later date. He Elementary principal, was country." year's end if the entire once the $160,000 is spent, the
without fuel to offer the board hesitated until Temple Seeber Goodman."I seconded Hall's motion, then awarded continuing contract $160,000 was spent.; Hall board would be a long time in
public.March. presented an addition to the don't have problems with wanted to amend to allow the status as a principal. ThomasL. New Trial. reiterated his statement that finding more local funds with
fuel allocations have list subject to come up again, but Casey, Hampton .
personnel bearing the any individual, Hall stated, to use local capital outlay which it could build bus barn
begun arriving at most names of BUS Administrator adding he did not intend to Chairman Goodman said that Elementary principal, on CC funds in an operations budgetis and operations center. Hall
stations throughout the area, Connie Clark and Supervisor bring up anything. "If anyoneon was unnecessary, that the as a principal.Jim (From Page 1)) poor management. said state funds cannot be
but the allocations are still Lucille Payne. the board wishes to bringup subject could come up at any Duncan, Law ley Ending some three hours of used for such purposes, and
being based on the amount the "My recommendation is any point, I'm sure the time. Elementary School principal, rie said evidence presentedby discussion over the bids, that local funds will have to be
dealer sold for the same here on the agenda. I can't see personnel concerned will be Personnel whose status was on annual contract (AC) as a the state attorney was not Board Member Blaine used.
month in 1972 and in many any changes now or six weeks glad to respond. under consideration included: principal. Carl Clark, Starke sufficient to warrant a con- Thompson moved that the low Lawson, who has sought a
cases the allocations are being from now," Supt. Jim Temple At that point, with the board W. L. Kilpatrick, deputy Elementary principal, on AC viction. base bid be accepted. The bus barn for the past 18 years,
-- as a principal. board approved the motion was willing to borrow moneyto
the
-
to
-- -- Bertstein was opposed
Dewey McKinney unanimously by voice. complete the entire project,
Schoolprincipal admission of photographs
Southside Elementary Allison Distributing of or even to move the bus barn
was awarded CC showing the extensive Jacksonville submitted the back to its present site and to
II USED CARS J as N status as a principal. damages sustained by the successful low base bid of a smaller building.
II factory equipment,
garment
William Dampier, vo-tech
$147,797 on the building, "Don't drag out that old bus
materials, and to the building
school director, AC as an "
although the firm would .not barn, said Deputy Supt. W
itself. He was also opposed to
'.' administrator. Millard have been had the board L Architect Don
/ .' Jo. e high Kilpatrick as
of the defendants'
the admission -
Brown, director of adult
I ." accepted all the alternates. Morgan rached for the plans.
: "., I education at the vo-tech commitment papers at
I Seven firms bid the job, That ended that.
.f"ty .. W school, on AC as an ad- the trial. including Trieht ConstructionCo.
ministrator.The Fingerprints, taken of of Keystone Heights which
I addition included Clark Pressley and Edwards at the submitted the low over-all bid Smotcey Says
who has a continuing contractas trial last week, were com- of $238,794. On the base bid
an administrator and Mrs. pared with the commitment Peoples Construction of
: [: i/ T Payne, elementary education papers to prove positive Jacksonville was second low
supervisor, who has con- identification.The at $150,241 and Triest was
-i-i Il ti tinuing contract as a super- defense attorney objected third high at $156,744.:;
OlOlac I r visor.Applications. to the evidence being Greatly varying bids were
r w Introduced at the trial, but his submitted or the eight
U objections were overruled. alternates, which included
FL.2)>J Pressley and Edwards were paving around the main :
j :_. .
./ sentenced from charges tenance, Bradford Middle
r: For resultin( from the School parking, BMS xry
Sought screwdriver stabbing of basketball court play area, a sy
Supervisor John Green Sapp, drive-way loop at BMS facing WATERGOOD IS
k.J Judgeship leaving him a permanent Orange Street, the bus barn
cripple. lift, and paving for parking on TO
Pressly was sentenced to 15 the north and south 'sides ofthe PLAY ''N. It
__ __ -. SN The Eighth Judicial Circuit years for assault with intent to( school administration
Nominating Committee announces commit murder in the first building on Temple Ave.
that applications are degree, and Edwards to five After discussing the pros
being taken for a years for the lesser charge of and cons of going for the
for the circuit judgeship second degree murder. Both entire project, four board -and to drown your
formerly occupied by Judge receive sentences of 15 years members indicated Monday campfire tool!
George L. Patten. The for instigating a riot. night they would vote Tuesday

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a Gainesville, Fla. 32602. .
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. LEGALSNOTICE ClassifiedFOR


FOR RENT: 2 bedroom trailer WAITRESS WANTED APPLYIn
OF NAMES OF IN THE CIRCUIT COURT with AC water furnished. r HELP WANTED ) person Horns Restaurant.

OWNERS PERSONS APPEARING OF ABANDONED TO BE EIGHTH FLORIDA BRADFORD JUDICIAL COUNTYFile IN AND CIRCUIT FOR OF I:: FOR RENT 964-8797.Located on Itp Rd. 100 W. Ph. converted RENT:Siesta Office Motel.space 301 FOR RENT:house 3 bedroom 2 bedroom unfurnished Road 301. N. Lawtey. tfchg.


PROPERTY S. of Starke. Rent all and furnished house also house in
------------ locate your business here or W. H. Nollman.
Pursuant to Section 13 of No.74-46 country. BEAUTICIAN WANTED: Work
IN RE: ESTATE OF FOR RENT 12' wide mobile by the unit, plenty parking tfchg 5 days a week. Good Call t WANTED 1
717 Florida Statutes pay
Chapter: FOR RENT
limits. J. : Vacancy Bradford Reply M, Drawer A, Starke.
PETER RAFFONY.deceased homes outside city
In
entitled "Florida Disposition of or apply person to
2/28
Village Apt. For info. Itp
Unclaimed Property Act", B. White Ph. 964-6114. If no Strout call ------------ McLeod's Beauty Shop Lake
Realty Inc.
notice is hereby given that the NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo answer\ call 964-6775._ tfchg. Broker. 2117 N. Temple, Ave.Reg. ------------ Butler Ra, Dorrie McLeod WANTED: Metal cattle rack for
persons listed below appear to all creditors and all persons --------- -- Ph. 964-6609. tfchg FOR RENT: Rooms low weeklyrate. 496-2110 2t314 long wheel base Ford pick-up.

be the owners of unclaimed claims demands FOR RENT:2 BR Duplex wall to FOR RENT: 3 bedroom trailer Phone 468.9553. 5tp 3/7 Clifford Martin 964-7145. Itp
personal or intangible property having or wall carpet refrigerator, ---------- -- bath 2 1/2. Call 964-7939 or ------------
presumed abandoned. D0598- against said estate. month. Ph. 9648245 Itp ------------
$115 -
stove. -
per ----
WORKING
MANAGER Must
You and each of you are :
0001 Abercombie Oscar L, 614
964-0082.
964-7286 or Itp
N. Water St., Starke Fl; D- hereby notified and required to FOR RENT: NEW ADULT ------------ FOR RENT: 3 BR House Call have mechanical ability.
present any claims and demands Starting salary over $10,000. WANTED Used furniture
0101-0001 Board of Public Inst. PARK Quiet nice people 964-6841.
no
------------ Itchg 2/28
Bradford Co and Andrews which you or either of you may outside pets. No children Profit sharing. Write P. O. refrigerators washers Dah-
have the estate of Peter FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnished Box 14021 Jacksonville Fla. mer's Discount
House
Co D 0101 0002 CrosbyR against under 16. BRADFORD tfchg
Motor ; FOR RENT:2 Bedroom trailer on PARK house. $100 ---------- -- 32210
per mo. 1tp 3/7
deceased to the Judgeof
R by lucian Conner Adm P 0 Raffony Bessent Road. Ph. 964-7492. 1757 N. Temple 964-5988. Ph. 9648404. Itchg.
Box 546 Starke Fla 32091; D- the said Court, Courthouse Ito Btcha 4/25 .
0101-0005 Sculley Richard F, Bradford County Florida within
four((4)) months from the date of ------------
AP0227 Chapel New ----------
Volgelweh ------------ --
York N Y Information con- the first publication of this ELECTRIC
notice. WELLS
cerning the amount or
description of the Property and Each claim or demand must Community NewsBy
and state the
must
the name and address of the be in writing
residence and
place of post-
holder may be obtained by any
office address of the claimantand
persons possessing an interest in
be to by the
must sworn SERVICEElectrical
the property by addressing an
inquiry to Fred O. Dickinson claimant his agent or his attorney EUsabctk ttivena W.II..p
or it will become void
Jr. State Comptroller as
Administrator Abandoned according to law. DELL CHAPTER OES Class each Thursday night at Saturday the I Can Circle: will Contractors .

Property Section Capitol Each creditor shall deliver 7:30.: Sunday School will sell dinners from the kitchen.At .
sufficient copies of his claim to Dell Chapter will meet
Tallahassee, Florida. Be sure to terminate services at 9:45.:
enable the Court to mail one to Thursday, March 14, at 8 p.m.
mention account number name Regular services will be held 11 a.m. Sunday the pastor
each personal representative.Dated in the Masonic Hall on
and address as published in this March 17. will to
Sunday, and congregation go
January A. D. 1974. Brownlee St. All members are
notice. Unless proof of High Springs to be in service
George H. Pierce and the
asked to
come enjoy "
ownership is presented to the Greater Bethlehem with Rev. G. G. McArthur in -" =-
As Executor of the Last Will social hour after the business \ .
holder by May 7, 1974 the and Testament of the Estate of Freewill Baptist Church, Rev. their annual Family Day _
property will be delivered to the Peter Raffony meeting. Jasper Williams, pastor. service.. On Sunday, March 17,
Administrator. Thereafter all Deceased MEETINGThe Ushers Board No. 2 and Choir
NAACP
further claims must be directedto 2/14 4t 3/7 No. 3 meet Monday night. RESIDENTIAL-COMMERCIAL-INDUSTRIAL
the and congregationwill
the Administrator. Senior Choir rehearsal pastor
regular meeting of of each week be with Rev. Henderson
Tuesday night
FREDO. DICKINSON. Bradford County Branch of Prayer Meeting Wednesday Hudson and congregation at DIAL 9646061SERVING

As Administrator IN THE CIRCUIT COURT NAACP was held Tuesday night. Circle meeting Thursday their annual Youth Day
2 28 2t 3/7 EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF night, March 5, at Greater night at home of Mrs. service in White Springs. The STARKE AND SURROUNDING AREAS SINCE 1949
FLORIDA IN AND FOR Allen Chapel AME Church.We Women's Home Mission will
the of James Prince. Friday night 744 N. THOMPSON ST. STARKE 32091
asking support
are
BRADFORD COUNTY Prayer Band meets at home of have charge of 6 p.m. ser
all citizens and members. Mrs. Nancy Bradshaw. vices. P.O. BOX 607

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Case No. 74-46

EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF CHURCH NEWS ill 111.!..
FLORIDA IN AND FOR ESTATE OF

BRADFORD COUNTY. PETER RAFFONY, DeceasedThe Greater Allen Chapel AME
Church Rev. B. C. Williams, I CLIP THIS COUPON IIIIEveryDayLowPrice' !

IN RE: ESTATE OF State of Florida To All pastor.Sunday School, 10 a.m. t

JAMES HAROLD CRAWFORD Persons Interested in the Estateof Morning Worship at 11, terminating McCormickSKILLET FOOD'
Deceased said Decedent: the "Come As You

You are hereby notified that a Are" activity. Speaker for the
NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo written instrument purporting to morning will be from the CENTER CUT : =

be the Last Will and Testamentof Junior Church. All membersare
all creditors and all persons said decedent has been asked to cooperate with FAIR

having claims or demands admitted to probate in said each captain for success. An SIRLOINSTEAKS MAGIC
against said estate. Court. official board meeting will be i I
You and each of you, are You are hereby commanded held. All members are askedto
hereby notified and required to within four calendar months attend this meeting and DINNER HELPERS SUPERMARKETS

present any claims and demands from the date of the first become informed about the I ASST. STARKE'S
which you or either of you may business transactions of the
publication of this notice to A
have against the estate of appear in said Court and show church. Afternoon service, I S'ZES3V 5J\ 320 SOUTH WALNUT !.T.
HAROLD CRAWFORD
JAMES
deceased to the Judge of the cause if any you can, why the 5:30: p.m.New ._. SYSNYDAV LOW PNRS/GOOD/DAYS
action of said Court in admittingsaid $169 OOOO THNU
said Court Starke Courthouse Will to probate should not Bethel Baptist Rev. 1 :E:1;?:: ;:IJ i.174.QUANTITY

Bradford County, Florida within stand unrevoked. Leroy Davis, pastor. Prayer WITH THIS COUPON. GOOD ONLY ATPANTRY
fctMOICf I I '
four months from the date of the PRIDE A Old STORES THRU.
and Bible Class u."I."D..llwlllfOOIIhln
Meeting LB ......
first pub!;- tion of this notice. MARCH 13, 1074. LIMIT-1 COUPON. III II -
at 7:30. Friday
Theron A. Yawn, Circuit Judge Wednesday : COUPONSBONEI.ESSFULLCUT
Each claim or demand must rehearsal for Choir No. ..
Bradford County Florida night CUT ALONG DOTTED LINES .
be in writing and must state the School 9:30
'2/144t 3/7 2. Sunday : ;
place of residence and post- at 11.
office address of the claimantand Communion Morning Worship will be given in mirurl | CENTER CHUCK I CHUCK mnuntnnitin

must be sworn to by the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT the 6:30 service.. i CUT
claimant his agent or his attorney JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF i

or it will become void FLORIDA IN AND FOR Ebenezer Baptist Church.

according to law. BRADFORD COUNTY Rev. Leroy Davis, pastor. STEAKS'ROAS1fJTk in]l STEAK
Each creditor shall deliver Prayer Meeting and Bible ; in
sufficient copies of his claim to 74-45
enable the Court to mail one to _
each personal representative.Dated File No. 2170 above described property of said tiiIlI1it .., -!
defendant to satisfy the
February 1. A. D. 1974 IN RE: ESTATE OF aforesaid Execution. $159 885.
99

Edna Ray CrawfordAs LOUVIE GANN Deceased Dolph E. Reddish Sheriff us.CHOW I EDpi: : ; ..

I
Administratrix of the NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo Bradford County Rorida
Estate of James Harold Crawford -

Deceased all creditors and all persons 3/7 4t 328NOTICE EvcryDayLowPriceLMN EveryDayLowPrice EvcryDayLowPrkeCEflTEB EveryDayLowPrice EveryDayLowPrice
having claims or demands
CUTRIB FLORIDA CHAD! A SLICED
MtAT* 1/4/
2 21 4t 3/14/ against said estate. SMOKED
You and each of you, are OF ADOPTION OF FRESH PORK FRESHFRYERS Pork Loin
hereby notified and required to RESOLUTION OF BOARD OF
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. present any claims and demands COUNTY COMMISSIONERS BUTTS SHOULDER ROASTMARIE'S CHOPSLYKES

EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF which you or either of you may CLOSING AND ABANDONING
FLORIDA IN AND FOR have against the estate of Louvie CYPRESS STREET AND A :j:
BRADFORD COUNTY. Gann,deceased,to the Judge of GRADED COUNTY ROAD 11 p
said Court Courthouse Bradford LYING CONTIGUOUS

CIVIL ACTION County, Florida, within six THEREWITH SAID STREET
I
Case No.74-43 months from the date of the first PLATTED IN LINCOLN CITY Pantry Pride
publication of this notice. SUBDIVISION AS PER PLAT

ERNEST M. DELL. Husband'and Each claim or demand must THEREOF RECORDED IN DEED UNSWEETENEDJUICE
ANNA L. DELL Wife be in writing and must state the BOOK I, PAGE 177 SECTION I Blue Cheese ;j Chicken &

place of residence and post- 32. TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH
NOTICE OF SUIT office address of the claimantand RANGE 22 EAST. BRADFORD
NO PROPERTYTo must be sworn to by the COUNTY. FLORIDA, AND DressingDumplings;

claimant, his agent or his attorney DISCLAIMING ANY RIGHT OF GRAPEFRUIT BLENDED A ORANGE I I
Anna L. Dell or it will become void COUNTY AND THE PUBLIC IN fauna
Rt.I 1, Box 77 according to law. AND TO THE LAND LYING [uinitu} I
Blendala, Delaware 19941 Each creditor shall deliver WITHIN THE CONFINES } I /
sufficient copies of his claim to THEREOF 46oz 39 C 12 oz Jar 87' I 69 *

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat enable the Court to mail. one to
an action for dissolution of each personal representative.Dated TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: I

marriage has been filed against 2/4, A. D. 1974.

you and you are required to Notice is hereby given that on EveryDayLowPriceswut BonusBuy BonusBuy BonusBuyFNtSH
serve a copy of your written Eileen StenlayAs March 4, 1974 in accordancewith BonusBuy
defenses if any to it, on the Administratrix of the Sections 336.09 through _a MIUOW _MISH SWtIT tlOIB FANCY RED CRISP JUICY

plaintiff's attorney whose name Estate of Louvie Gann Dec. 33612 Florida Statutes, the Golden RipeBANANAS STRAWBERRIES FRESHTOMATOES CALIFORNIACARROTS WINTERPEARS
and address is Dudley P. Hardy 2/144t 3/7 Board of County Commissionersof

P. O Box 1030, Starke, Florida, Bradford County Florida
32091 and file th e original with adopted a Resolution closing, T -
NOTICE OFSHERIFF'S M .
the clerk of the above styled vacating and abandoning TM :

court on or before March :JO SALE Cypress Street and a graded i
1974 judgemenimay county road hereinafter
; otherwise a Notice is that I,
hereby given described street lying and beingin
be entered against you for Dolph E. Reddish, as sheriff of Lincoln City Subdivision as NESTEA I 100% PURE FLORIDA
the relief demanded in the Bradford County Florida under ; SUPERIOR
per plat thereof recorded in I
complaint or petition. and by virtue of Wnt of
Deed Book I, Page 177, in
WITNESS hand and the ICED ORANGEJUICE
my Execution, to-wit: Section 32, Township 6 South TEA
seal of said Court on February 4, 22 MUSHROOMS
Range East and described as
1974.
Execution issued out of County lying within the confines of the rRn -

Gilbert S. Brown Court Florida of pursuant Bradford to County a Final following property to-wit.: urnun MIX I rrr nln STEMS & PIECES i' ,._!M......

Clerk of said Court Judgement for Jimmy Moore'sSun 1 'urnurr I A
Cypress Street which lies Southof
By: Donna M. BransonAs Sports of Starke, Florida Blocks 6, 7, 8 and 9 and =
Deputy Clerk and against Charles Cook between State Road S-100-A 24oz
4oz 4/l i
2/144t 37NOTICE 89
defendant, in the amount of and Railroad Avenue where it 6oz 6ilEveryDayLowPrice

$26969 together. with costs of intersects with Oak Street all JAR i CANS CANS
OF INTENTION TO collection. lying and being in Lincoln City

REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Subdivision Section 32,
Have seized and have in my Township 6 South Range 22 EveryDayLowPrice EveryDayLowPricLYKES EvcryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPriceSTftAWbEKfty
Pursuant to Section 86509 possession the following East Bradford County Florida
Florida Statutes notice Is described personal property to- also a county graded road lying Friskies JUNE tOt FfttSH BANQUET

hereby given that the undersigned wit: contiguous thereto. CAT KOSHERDILLS ACED
,YOUNG and A. f. CHILI POT PIES CUPCAKES
YOUNG. JR., doing business One 1973 Stumpnocker Boat- and renouncing and disdaiming BUFFET
under the firm name of YOUNG Serial No. GSF10015173. any right of the County and CNICNIM ruKNIVOH MIF4I

BISON COMPANY 117 North One 1969 Johnson Motor 20 Public in and to the land lying -L HALF
Walnut Street, Starke, Bradford H. P. Serial No. J2704962. within the confines of the said GALLON ubrJ .

County, Florida 32091 intendsto One 1972 Road Runner Trailer aforadescrlbed lands. _
Serial No. :30334.A Dated this 4th day of March.
register said fictitious 111ImB'under
A. D. 1974. --------- ----'""\ --------- ---- ,,
the provisions of the the property of the above D\ Iperr0s7L
aforesaid Statute. GOLD MEDAL t ftlos tMlz h ryl=rprks
named defendant and that on Board of Co. Commissionersof MAX PAX. 1
DATED this 11th day of 30 BRECK WILKINSON QOLOIM TOP
Monday the 1st day of April II FLOUR 1
Bradford County Ra. .
RING VMMUM. DUTCH *..
COFFEE !(
LBLADES
February A. D. 1974. at Starke I
1974 at twelve o'clock Noon on HAIN' on HL' miiNO" -'ii IAClI SHAMPOO t I
Bradford County, Florida. said day on the premises of the By Gilbert S. Brown II ... ..,, PIES

AL YOUNG Bradford County Jail I will offer Oerk of aid BoardIt U.,1 p :: ,se99c, C I
A. F. YOUNG JR. for sale and sell to the highest 3/7 ,.; 3* 39 ** 59 I
2/144t 3/7 bidder for cash in hand. the --- i

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AUTOMOBILES BUSINESS ELECTRICIAN AND FOR SALE: PINTO, small equity OIIIIIOIIIOOIOOODOOOOODOOOOIOODaOIDDOOOI-' '
EASTERN : : All and assume payments. 964- COLORADO: 4o Acres, $9,7501 i
USED Business of small home 5739. 2tp 3/14 Beautiful Colorado. $95 MILLER-Brown
own and and repairs. Fast down, $95 monthly,6 per cent FILL DIRTHauled
BOUTIQUE -- --------- Interest. Owner financed.
its In the home we
standing 9648087. 4tp 3/28 Fully surveyed, near river.
FOR SALE: 1966 Plymouth, person. $12.500 FOR SALE: CHICKEN FER- CALL OWNER: 806-376.8690. ;
good condition, yellow 2 required. TILIZER U Haul. We load. STEED 911 West 10th, ;
Call --------
door. $600 cash. Call 964- Todd, : 468-1985, Hampton. 2tp 3/14 Amarillo, Texas 79101. Itp Volkswagen WHEN & WHERE YOU WANT IT.

6159. Itp 3/7 : Safely & fast Call 468-1873
------------
---
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--------- Diet Ran 300. TV Color tubes only NEW A USED 'WJ
--- ------- Excess Fluids with FOR SALE: 10 x 55 Mobile picture SALES SERVICE STEPHEN SMITHFillltirt
=879 plus labor Da timers
Money Back home furnished, central heat, :
FOR SALE: 1969 Dodge Station REDUCE Safe Koch Drug. 1/3-/ carpet, 2 BR. Excellent Discount tfchg. IMI. NORTH OF THE MALL STAR ROUTE HAMPTON. FLA. '
Wagon, air conditioned, GoBese condition. Set up In -- GAINESVILLE TF i
FOR SALE: Pensacola and
brakes and "water Gainesville. $2,300 cash. Ph.
power steering, OgDDDDDDDDODDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDQQDODODDQOLiNS -
the bale$1.
Argentina hay. By
Pharmacy, 356 473-4819 Michael
good tires good mechanical or contact
Call 964-6630 after 6pm. 1tp
condition. $650 Call Town Starke. 2/21 Newsome. 1tp JIMMY MOORE'S
Finance Co. 964-7449.2tchg. HOUSES
I ------------
3/14 ------ Sun SportsMORE
FOR SALE ...-.I. ; MOBILE HOME SALESHWY.
------------ FOR SALE: Epiphone Guitars BOAT FOR
WE FOR SALE
NOW Bahia
FOR SALE: 1969 Chevrolet 1/2 seed ROc lb. Argentine made in Japan by Gibson now YOUR MONEY TF 100 W. PH. 964.5606 :,1 '
needles for Bahia
ton pick-up truck. Ph. 782- any Argentine at Dahmers Discount ( ,
tfchg.WATSON'S ;
$1.50 STARKE PH 964-579 .
3855. stereo player. : Small 3 bedroom hay bale at barn, 50 1"
1tp
Discount House 1 1/2 miles from acres in city limits Starke, J. 1(
------------ off Raiford Road, M. Edwards, Box 628, Starke, ------------ COMPLETE OUTBOARD aSTERN LARGE SELECTION OF PRE-OWNED ft

FOR SALE: F 600 Ford truck ------- Ph. 9647015. 2/21 Fla. Ph. 9645379. 4tp 3/28 DRIVE SERVICE REPOSSESSED HOMES IN QOOD

with fertilizer spreader body. HOUSE OF VACUUMS AND REPAIR CONDITION AT A REASONABLE PRICE
For further details ------------
contact COMPLETE FIBERGLASS TF
Vernon Reddish "NEVER used -------
964-6530 Many brands of new vacuums REPAIR
3tchg 3/14 It, say users FOR SALE: Reg. Angus bulls, $39.00 up. Used machines CUSTOM BUILT FIBER
tre carpet Ankonian Jingo 2 blood lines,
from $10. Expert Repairs all GLASS'FISHING' BOATS
lectrlc long, growthy modern bulls, makes. Parts and Accessoriesfor
rick Inc., 301 12 to 23 months old, all vacuums. Built in YOUNG (aD CO.

MISCELLANEOUSSEWING 964-6163. reasonable. Ph. 964-7316.4tp central vacuum cleaning Adult Mobile

Out of City, Good 3/28 systems. 712 N. Main,
Gainesville 3767110. TF Home ParkIN Vacuum Cleaners
SAWS
------------ N vS'EO

guaranteed. Call Const., 2 Full Baths, CITY LIMITS S3O A MONTH andShampooers
MACHINE: All makes, leave at Fam. Rm. Close "
To
,
cleaned, oiled and adjusted Supply, Starke FOR SALE: 3 bulls, 275 IDS., $ SAVE $ WALK TO NEIGHBORHOOD 117 N. WALNUT ST. 964-8787
$7. All work guaranteed. Heights. Tfchg. $125 each. 1959 Ford pickup GROCERY AND NEW

James Strickland, Rt. 2, Box With Pines,20 With $250. 18.5 cords timber. 964- FRED DAVIS SHOPPING CENTER STARKE. FLA.
65F, Starke, Ph. 964 8733 -- 40 Cleared. 8813 after 4 p.m. 1tp NO PETS TF SEE THE ALL NEW KIRBY NOW ON DISPLAY.
2/28 2tp 317Two GMC TRUCKS JO-LU COURT WE SERVICE ALL MAKES VACUUM CLEANERS
MOBILE HOME BUICK PONTIAC"A ,131 3'18Bill'
------------
--- mobile home ,Approx.2 Mi. From LITTLE RIDE CAN U.S. 301 SOUTH

choring and Terms. FOR SALE: 24 x 60 Fleetwood SAVE YOU A LOT" TF PHONE 964-881O

coating. Olin's Cleared with 2 Rows Mobile home, 2 bedroom, GREEN COVE SPRINGS"
Service.
Months 964-5606 Trees family room, central air and
Starke, Fla. heat. All electric, carpet and INSURANCEAT C. B. Radio
United
FarmAgencyIne
Lg. Home and Nice drapes. Ph. 9648023. 4tp REDUCED RATES
Free Rent! 3/28 321 Temple Ave.
MATURE LAdy AUTO FIRE BOAT

as sitter to care ------- REG. REAL ESTATE BROKER 9B4-B34B
BRADFORD Built Recently. ----- DOYLE E. CONNER
Room, meals, Starke Fla
INSURANCE AGENCY
week Ph. & ,WE HAVE MORE FOR SALE: 1973 12 x 64 3 PAUL FAULKNER-BROKER
PARK 3/28 bedroom trailer, exceptionally TCHG IRENE FAUL NER.ASSOC. All Types Of Electronic Equipment

MOBILE HOME LOTS ONA clean, low down payment, ROBERT FAULKNER-ASSOC.
YEARLY LEASE YOU --- assume mortgage. Ph. 964-
BRASINGTONCADILLACOLI1SMOBILE LOUISE MCRAE-ASSOC. EXPERT
INSTALLATION
GET 12 MO. FOR THE 8087. 4tp 3/28
ROBERTS
REEK'S : 2305 N. TEMPLE AVE
PRICE Of 10 MO. S3O.OO ESTATE
CLEANING. Ph. ------------ SALES&SERVICE STARKE FLA. 964-5O65
MO S3OO.OO YR CITY Fine selection of Used Cars WANT TO SELL OR BUY

SEWER. WATER. ELEC ----- .964-7826 Ave., Starke FOR SALE: 9 acres, one-half Taken On Cadillac Trades! REAL ESTATE? Bill Now Sells Hunting & Fishing Licenses

mile east of Lawtey, Fla. on 21)01) N.W.13th 378-5.501 CALL US FOR BEST PRICES
Adult Park ,Associate & All Management Permits.
WILL BABY SIT .964-6593 SR-225. Phone 7823265. 2tp PROSPECTS WAITING TFCHG
964-5988 day or night. $10 3/14 GAINESVILLE Home of the Magnetic Signs

HWY 301 NORTH 9646076. Itp 24 Hour Service
------------
,
1/2 mile road front .
1757 N. TEMPLE -- ChampHome
$1.100Acre Pumps : Long

FOR SALE: 1954 Mobile home 8
house,
completely$8,000 x 40, 1 bedroom, like new. New And UsedSALES and
Must sell. Mr. Reek, Shady [Building MaterialsWE CARS CARS CARS

I'r' house, fenced lot Oaks Trailer Park, Hampton,
Mary Carter $9,600 Fla. Itp PARTS BUILD DEPENDABLE TRANSPORTATION

SERVICE YOUR PLANS OR OURS .. PLUS 30 DAY WARRANTYON
------------
2 Baths, Cent. DEEP& SHALLOW WELLS MOST CARS
YOUR LOT OR OURS
/ $30,000
Mortgage FOR SALE: 93 acres near Plumbing Supplies FREE ESTIMATES OWNED a OPERATEDBY
REALTOR Starke, 1/4 mile off 301 on
,
Temple Ave. county road $950 an acre. EXPERT SERVICEON REMODELING REPAIRS A STARKE MAN
964-6162 Good terms.200 acres pasturefor ADDITIONS
.
C. PEARSON lease. Call 904/372-9687 ALL MAKES Marchant Auto Sales
HOMES BOUGHT SOLD
SALE 782-3806 after 8 p.m. tip PHONE 964-7061 TRADED GAINESVILLE .A.

------------
DurrancePUMP ACREAGE FOR SALE 1636 SE 'RCAVEMARCHANT

1974 964-6853 WILL
frame $6,000 FOR SALE: ATTENTION a SUPPLY CO.
1 ,frame $9.600 FISHERMEN 12 x 60 3 BR AVE HWY 301 S STARKE TF < TREAT YOU RIGHT
864-N. TEMPLE
Cash 1 Raiford $13,000 Mobile home on Canal lot on
block $14,500 Santa Fe Lake. $13,500. A. J.
Hampton $19,000 Thomas, Realtor, Ph. 964- ONOMO w0'MOuO.OMOMO.xh
(No Checks) block $19,750 6162, Lillian C. Pearson

ETT REALTY Assoc. Ph. 7823806. 1tp E OPERATORS Experience Spreader Or

2-5 Gal. 10% .Temple Ave. ------------ EXPERIENCED PREFERRED BUT


964-6522 FOR SALE: By owner,2 ponies WE WILL TRAIN [Spreader Trainee NeededFULL
6 to 10 Gal. 15%
2 saddles, bridles $175 for all. IF YOU ARE SEEKING REGULAR ;
Call 964-7289 for more in
PERMANENT EMPLOYMENT
formation. 1tp
Estate TIME EMPLOYMENTFRINGE

11 Gal up ------------ Cadillac Uniform Co. BENEFITS


102E.Bro\vnleeSt. Trade FOR SALE: 22 hand guns 441 E BROWNLEE STARKE. FLA
$19.95, 15 automatic $39.95, & VACATION PAY & HOLIDAYS
; 38 snub 4995. Dahmer's
Starke Discount tfchg GROUP INSURANCE
BILL POWELL

9646464 ESTATE ----------- Robert's Plumbing Service ; Cadillac Uniform Co.

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: FOR SALE: Registered Angus REMODELING 441 E. BROWNLEE STARKE. FLA
Bull Calves. J. B. WhIte.

Kingsley Builders, 9646208Bob Bryan tfchg Phone 964-6114 or 9648775. NEW ADDITIONS


Milnar ----------- NEW INSTALLATIONS

Custom Line HomesLet 964-6026 FOR SALE: Nine 11-foot church Assembly Applicants NeededAt
1 to 100 Acres pews,excellent condition. $60 24 HR SERVICE
frontage each. Ph. 468-1666. 4tchg
3/28 FREE ESTIMATES General Electric
Us Bid On Your Job

Beautiful, year 782-3563 Fla. 2213Upd
------------ Call Lawtey
on choice lake. _
Your Plans Or Ours I Immediate openings for light assembly production

2 bath C.B. LOTSZoned for mobile, homes operators on night shift ((2nd and 3rd).

and Air Carpet and houses. Several sub
Visit Our Models In .beautiful lot in divisions to choose from. Only STARKE BUILDERSA ..-High dexterity and aptitude for assembly work are all
$95 down. Monthly paymentsto the requirements necessary.
COMPLETE BUILDING SERVICE
suit your budget. Ph. 468-

Montclair, Orange Park, ,( SF.frre.F E On 1551 or 9648331. ftchg. PHONE 964-527O STARKE FLA.219 E. WASHINGTON ST background..-No training required., experience or particular." educational'

US HELP YOU ------------ Congoleum Shinyl Vinyl"THE

Or Call OR TRADE! NO WAX FLOOR' CQ ..Apply between tile hours of 8 a. m. and 4:30p.m.Monday
760-
FOR SALE: Steam Jenny COMPLETELY INSTALLED COMPARE AT S6 50 V .W** through Friday at the plant located on Highway 441. 11 miles
,
8C. 125' pressure hose
PSO YD north of Gainesville.
less than 60 hrs.use, mountedon
264-2285 4'x B'trailer.Call 533-2702. BeautifullySculptured
I: SALE 2/28 2tp 3/7
. Starke : HI LOW NYLON
Orange Park MANY COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM EXCEEDS
------------ FH A SPECIFICATIONS COMPLETELY $6 91 '.

INSTALLED OVER RUBBER PADDING PER SO YD General { Electric
.
; office fur. FOR SALE: 1974 travel trailer,25 {, ; ;.<;

At Night Call ; file drawers. foot, self contained, air. Shag
Telegraph. TF Sacrifice If sold this week THE CARPET WITH THE NOW LOOK I

Bradford Motel Hwy. 301 N. 1OO% CONTINUOUS FIL NYLON MANY TF An t
Equal Opportunity EmployerMarCh'l.1974
Powell 964-6810 .; typewriters; 1tp COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM COMPLETELY
Bill $7 95
.
Bradford County INSTALLED OVER RUBBER PADOIN; PER so YD .
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bers,. r, CITIZENSThe Joe following SENIOR,. Kerrigan Club, memo Mary II. G$ ,: SAVE WIT/f


Allen, Emma Morton, Della
Speed, Lilly and Pete Johnson LiLIEE

Walter Vernon,, Lewis Karl and and and and Eloise Peggy Bernie Ada Olin Richardson Smith Hoist andYola '


Vestal met at the officeof
Dudley Hardy, Atty. as
initial subscribers to papers of
incorporation which were
signed and notarized. These LV S
papers will be sent to ,
Tallahassee to obtain a

charter.Our birthday cake baker, t 4Q1EM LE ryuto
Mrs.Beverly McGee,is ill. We SE tS1AM4S
1Ap01N0
Mrs.hope Bernie she will Smith be substitutedfor well soon. "0 I BEEF PEOP

Mrs. McGee and baked a
delicious cake for which we all Quantity Rights
thank her. sap%IEy Reserved

At our last meeting were L Il ..... ..... .. WINN-DIXIE)( STORES INC.
Q ---- --- -- ---- COPYRIGHT 1974
members who had not
we
PRESH OSTON BUTT
seen for a long time, Betty ; Ex.-RA.. : Pork Steaks 5 LI $489
Pavlic Zella Liest and : Jv<.GREEN STAMPS i PKG.
vltN >W 4I(OTMW* MMCMMONC
Josephine Hemme. Visitors
were Nick Tassone, Lillian PRICES GOOD THURS. MARCH 7 SWIFT'S ;j SWIFTS 4 18 rDtMIUMCanned CAN W-D BRAND W-D((6 TO BRAND I IBS.USDA AVG.-CUT CHOICE&WRAPPED BEEF WHOle fREE)

Seals.Franklin.Goldie All were and given Tom a THRU WED. MARCH 13 e.,.... 1 GOOD THRU MAUCH Ham::3 USDA CHOICE BEEF Tenderloins LI $269
welcome hand. Bill and Hazel :-
PREMIUMI.------------! ..... ROLL CHUCK )
(
Richards returned from a nice WDBRANDUiDAINSP.PUREfOADDITIVE,
I ISliced $
AIOe" ICKOR.SWET 99
trip and we were happy to see 10. 9
them both home safely. Bacon Ki 99c PKG.
'
Happy Birthdays observedwere CAN HAM ROAST TASTY (TWELVE 1-0' PATTIES)
Oma Cotton,Ellen Egan, SAVE lie-W-D BRAND WHOLE PORK SHOULDER Beef Patties $279
Della Speed, Perlie Thurston, Smoked Picnics LI78c PKG.
Art Lockwood and Margeret PULl QUARTER tOIN SLICED

Jackson. were Wedding Alex: Anniversaries and PRESH Pork BOSTON Roast BUTT u.88e WHOLE $ 9 9 39 Pork Chops LI. $119]

Emma Morton, Karl and Ada e
$ j GRADE 'A' CORNISH (I'/VIB.' AVG)
Hoist. We wish all of them WD BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEP
Happy Returns of the day. lU.'S. :. Game Hens 2 POD $199]
CnucK Roast. LI.98c CHOI ICE
Miss Linda Hegwood, a LB. SAVE
student at the University of .DnAA 1 SELECTED SKINNED AND SLICED
Florida, attended our meetingto BEEP CAN Beef $1 1'
observe procedure and duck Steak LI. $109 $1 too LB. Bo4te Liver. *
g oup singing from which she | !O WHITE ft DARK MEAT
will write a paper on Senior W-O BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEP BONELESS STEAKS HB. $ "
Turkey Roast 2
Citizens i their work and Delmonicos $269 PKG.
LI.
aspirations. We invited her to W-D BRAND USDA INSP)
time. PURL (NO AOOITIVIS) BEEP N.Y.
return at any W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE
We deeply regret! the loss of GR. BEEF STRIP STEAKS
our dear member, Elsie Stein,
who died Wednesday eveningin 3 it 0.$299? $199
the Hill Haven Convalescent SAVE 34' Is. SAVE 31c
Home, Gainesville.St. SAVE 44'
Patrick's Day is ASTOR ALL GRINDS
celebrated in many countries.
This brings to mind the ARROW GIANT ALL PURPOSE ASTORCOFFEE
violence in that divided and

deplore.torn country The struggle which we is -

economic appears and social completely, not as it DETERGENT) SALAD OIL

religious. The Irish have been
struggling for Nationhood for Limit 3 w/$7.50 or more purchase excl. cigs. Limit 1 w/$7.5O/ or more purchase excl. cigs.
900 years and the end is not in Isto?
sight. The trouble is the imposition

and Landlordism of the English resulting Crown in $1 : .

one section of Northern
Ireland's population living in 9 68f
the worst of slums, chronic 49-oz. '' 48-OZ. 1-LB.

unemployment overall condition of with"the last the PKGS. // i L / BOTTLE CAN
to be hired and the first to be
fired." '.
We, Americans, changed !
similar conditions by the year
1776. We got rid of King
George III and attained
Nationhood. We have had our
differences since but we have SAVE 48 SUPERBRAND
ended up with a united ALL FLAVORS I
country the United States of
America.We DEEP SOUTH SHERBET OR
HOOD 100% PURE
still have our social and STRAWBERRIES32oz.
economic problems, unem- MAYONNAISE
ployment, welfare and the I
Ice Cream
soul-rotting inflation, but our Orange Juicel
country is not divided like SAVE
Ireland which has two $
governments, six counties in 18c
the industrial north controlledby 5a 3
Parliament in London.
Thirty-two counties in 32.01. $i ? PINTS
Southern Ireland under the JAR /
Free State. _
6 8''
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4
Conservation means saving. HALFplNuf JUMBO EXTRA FANCY RED DELICIOUS
Americans in years gone by SOUTH CARTONS
were very thrifty people. The y- GALLON APPLESFOR :
slogan then was"patch up and BUTTER
"
make do. Since the First
World War waste has been
our greatest tragedy. Today it
is buy. use some and throw SWEET JUICY HORIOA TIMPIE PRISM MOZIN IIICID
away. With the paper shortage STRAWBERRIES4io.oi.Ji
some chain stores are 99 ORANGESJ589J HARVEST PRISM $19924c
advocating bringing back 00it. 15
LETTUCE19C |
shopping bags for which 2 .
40-o
cents will be returned. What FOR
.
about egg cartons, plastic JAR
wrappings, bottles, jars etc.?
Pilot lights on our gas stoves GOOD JUMBO ASTOR

and half other of the appliances gas used for consume heating Grape SAVE lOc-DEEP Jam SOUTH . 2 ''JB SS 88c Corn SAveClAffIN'" Chips . Vst; : 49C Crisp Celery . STALK 23 Instant Potatoes 16-al PKGS. 79''

and cooking. President ASTOR
HARVEST MESH
4CCRACKINGOOD' BAR B-QUE
SAVE

Johnson because he was promoted laughed the idea at LAND Butter 0' SUNSHINE. . . MBPKO.. 68 Corn Chips . 'PKG..". 49 Green Peppers 4 '.39e Orange Juice 2 16-01.CANS $1 I 00
of turning out lights when not
CELLO BAG FRESH CRISP ASTOR

scratch needed. the These surface.At points. barely Soft CHEK All FLAVORS Drinks 12 CANS 01. $100] SAVE Dog 20c-Food iHOW. .CHUNKS. .5 :::0 79C Carrots . 2 SAG:: 29eO Grapefruit Juice 4 CANS 6-01 99c

our next: meeting wear a
S.No IYellow TYSON CHICKEN TURKEY OR
shirt four leaf or ribbon.clover We green will dress sing, Dill' Sticks, KOSHER 26-ai. Tea SAve lie-DIXIE HOME lOO-Cf. 88 1C Onions 3 LI. 59 Beef Pot Pies. 6 8'01PKGS.. $139 1
some Irish ballads March 12, . JAR 49 Bags . PKG. lAG .
U S.No. I IDAHO TYSON CHICKEN. SALISBURY OR
1 Pratt St. Rec. Center. SAVE llc-DEEP SOUTH SAVE I/C-LIIAC
"Erin p.m. Go Bragh- Joe!" Kerrigan Fresh Cuke Chips 3 IS JARS-ee. $100 Dish Detergent 3 %:, $1 Baking Potatoes 8 m 99 Turkey Dinner 3 I1 PKGf.ot. $139

U S.No. i SUPEISAAND ICE CREAM D

Bartlett Pears 4 CANS: $1 Sandwich; Bread LARGE 3 OAVEfSweet Potatoes 4 LIS. $1 Ice Cream Bars CHSR.: : '*::' 99C


RUBBERSTAMPS Whole SAVE.lOc-THRIPTY I Kernel MAID CREAM Corn STYLE OR 5 16-01.CANS $100 Flaky Rods' .BROWN. N'. SERVf. 3 TWIN II.PKGS...OB. $100 Salad;;jCH Greens ENDIVE, ESCAROLE. OR. .ROMAINE 4 PKGS. $1 Party SALUTO Pizza e eSKo.; $249


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Dry fry Cottage CheeseGOOD
Woolite Tile Brite Cleaner ,
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