Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 12, 1976
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:04039
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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:tilth Issue Thursday..February 12.: 1918 Copy


March Of Dimes Type-A-Thon Set


Type-A-Thon will be typing test. Each student ,

staged Beane Feb 13. by the involved will have contracts .:
Future Leaders of available. Drainage Delaying
America FBLA ) at Bradford

High School in efforts to raise The Friday activity is part
proceeds for the annual of a weeklongBLA activities !-

March. of Dimes project which will culminate -
Saturday as contestants -
Students will be contacting travel to Buchholz High

the public requesting pledges in Gainesville I to compete in
of pennies: for the number: of the district FBLA Leadership: : School Construction Project y

words earned tn a timed Contest .

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;-.w; A work session is set :Mondav Feb, Iii, at 5'30 p m at which

the Bradford School Board has been asked; h} architect Craig

City-County Spat Salley to nail down specifically all bid items in its upcoming $1 t,2
million construction program at Bradford High
i t v b 'Y141Iw"f Over an hour was spent Monday night discussing the drainage

: i _( problem at BUS with architect Salley and his engineer( Jack
Erwin: but no decision was reached to spend some SVMHHI: the

\ Caused By Letter engineer says it will take to solve the drainage problem of I the

new high school buildings facing Temple Avenue l'S-IOII.( : ).
Salley fears the two new buildings he will erect this spring and

summer will worsen the drainage problem at the present BUS

At next Monday's special session Sallev: requested the board
From ClerkA
City to settle on a new costestimate needed( for alll'ountv sl'luMll'on.
struction. to decide what will be done about the drainage.

problem and to set a course of action on the BUS gymnasium
letter from the Starke City hookup we squeezed out of ventilation problem
Commission to the Bradford them" Shuford stormed
commission Only action approved by the come right back to the school
Commission County
County stating
school board
Monday night board
that $H.riltt) in control chairman George Roberts
mosquito was expenditure of $"82 to do Reluctance of the school)
and US 301 debt volunteered to attend the
soil borings on the construe hoard to deal with the dram
had been cut from Tues., Feb. 3 meeting of the
tion sites of Phases 4 and 5 at age problem has thus tarilclaved
c the city budget drew fire from council to discuss the matter,
BUS, The
borings are necessary completion of the
and but did not show
county commissioners an
togive Salley's engineers( million dollar building pioicct
The before the
issue came
from the
apology city coun-
information with which to pro from this September to Januarv -
cilmen last week. city council however due to a
perly design the foundationsof The hoard had wanted to I
Gainesville ofMonday's
The city fathers had meantto Sun report
commission the new buildings. occupy the two buildings( at
request that payment bestoppf'd county He can find no informationto BUS by the opening ol the
I not to arbitrarily cut activities Mayor
show that sub-surface
school but that
any I'l7h! term is
off the funds It was a commissioner at first wanted
investigation, such as boringsto now ImpossIble. Salley' said
blame for the
misunderstanding in the toplace flare-up
discover the of the I
make-up Total building
hall the council said on the article until the letter program
A. ground under a building was planned for the coming sears
found clerk
was by
By gentlemen agreement( city done before the first three include two kindergarten
the and had !Merrill Kdwards: I
f city county phases of construction BUS, classrooms each at Starke and
agreed to split payments for The letter stated that due to
architect told the '
Salley Southsjde Momentary
..; :r mosquito control at the the city's financial position, school board .
: garbage dump and for paving the city would discontinue the Monday night Schools a classroom complex
$1,SIM( ) right.of-wav ,<< at Bradtord Middle
costs put to the area upon payment Salley assured the board his
School to alleviate crowded
: ; completion of US 301 in and would stop the annual
.z; .. buildings will be two feet conditions there. and the two
J."': : Bradford County In efforts to $5.000( contribution to above the high water mark
,.,:.... control. It further new buildings. Phases 4 and 1.
I' :. : < make cuts and mosquito fear
..r '' necessary His is worsening; the
''''' ','tt,!'.)''''!::,'' ''. ,,"" balance the overweight city stated that the city took the at Bradford High
the BUS
problem in new .
,;. I,,, :'i.1t.Io', ;, !;. :- 1< with but At one time in early discussions
: : ,,',. r t'"h; a .. budget the city would like to action regret was
_.. ..Cr4... k"'QJ: hra+ _. 4 administrative and library of how much the, newest!
being forced to cut in
be released from that many
buildings in which some 2.2xsquare ( >
.' 1'1"-.... uauim and outriders will roll Into the Graham area (ravel about :jo miles a day: with a skeleton staff of II people. aj1.,1em'nl." places. feef has prt""imlStY"bt building program will cost t, .'<<1-

'1'luu'.d1aU.'II.Mon; In hopes of gelling( little. rest and lilies \.. mans; as :Yt: liters. Im''ul/l.1( / the rl..Ir.1I. day; and riders. "A prior board agreed to City fathers raised aqUl'st'ion wet from water ciirming Salley gave the hoard an ',

)! :dIN I the ilat's; trek from llawthinne. Festivities begin| at 1II'I'd; ( l to "IM'lIkIUI the wun<.mn.ister. to ride a day; or IFS." They can't just decide to of whether the letter in the buildings.( estimate ol $1.Jim,r.72 Bid

pso.wtlhthesivmemlwrshow. troupe. lw other led the
'rhoaolhenllcwogonshase( trawled' hack; loads since leaving '- ff'E'llike it. although( I wishwe would be cut off iccts in counties
you the water to
j .For. mine iiifm. .mlIi..llabIIIt. the wagon( train and a map to that the be allow to cut pumping excess a architect however to estimate
yolk the ....tbeautihdparlofri'nlrull"Inrida.Ihewagnus| / UK- (irahamSite.; seetheeditorial. page said county commissioner the funds!! "The objectionable estimated at around $50.OIK). that bids would come in
li; lower than
of the letter revealed percent
l Dave Shuford was
upon The water would he run into a the original estimate Sallev
the letter from the after some 1 13 minutes of
. AT BICENTENNIAL WAGON TRAIN ENCAMPMENT: * \ city searching by Edwards hole on the campus and then estimated building I
pumped to an exterior holding
"We ought to notify them
Schaefer said he would 'SIMI'age: 161) '
well stop taking their gar( pond

There'll Be Sing in'Around The Campfire TonightWhile bage.keep if they're the dump not going maintained tohelp issue"chew, adding some rump"that he over wished the! The in school okaying board's( this course indecision of'

Hoberts. had shown thatthey .
up so ,
action stems I Irom li) a displeasure
professional singers( coordinator Carole Shields traying the American meltingpot ies, If good weather dnes not Ralph county Bryan. commissioner could have words over of spending( school Two City

put up.the stage.( and warm up urges! everyone to make it a ) and "I I Remember A Par pie vail. the show will be heldin "And thl'y're getting( \ a fee the confused situation funds on a drainage problem
their act this afternoon family affair arriving early ade." in which an old.timer the Bradford High School for their garbage "..rvice. (On Bryan's comments 21> the fact that improper

IThurs.. Feb 12) in Graham with a picnic supper in orderto tells of historical events auditorium beginning( at 6:43: added commissioner K: W Schaefer said 'His mind is drainage under l'S-301 is FiremenRetire
local talent w ill also be getting( meet some of the personalities followed with parades p m Hndges made up Well mine is too partially at t least the cause of
ready for the Bicentennial traveling( with the history- Stage manager Chip Purchase Shuford mentioned paying I I'm going to use him for"fish the problem and the board

Wagon( Train's night in Bradford making wagon( train. Since says it only takes the and Outriders during the will show be sent to collect before [nearly $1 l million for rights,of- bait At come councilman next election Marc wants the Department of I
County. there will be no formal seating troupe an hour and a half to way obtained when 3111 was Transportation to fix it
blankets lawn chairs and set the stage with microphones signatures on scrolls of citizens Jackson's suggestion( mayor'
And while the wagon heels ( up faith four laned. two of those paid Schaefer
their commissioner
the past the sleepy stadium seats will be in order and lights, all hauledto reaffirming in from funds for citproperty The board discussed "
troop county
iroll the Declaration of Independence > vowed to apologize to the many Harold Glasgow; .( veteranStarke I
te onto the W,U. Barnes for the affair. McDonalds will each new location in a Mayflower alternatives from doing lire l'hlt'and
At Valley Forge the chairman of the county \ Uav
farm school buses will be sell hamburgers for 30 cents van along with some Erwin's $5I1II\HI) )
nothing( to ( \
attributed the and what Stone,
will be "time Bryan torn explain a longtlm'ulunll'lr
scrolls placed in up commission
loading 4. 0 students and orange drinks, and coffee hay for the horses a piano and board the
deal. The
] up > condition of had do hopes with the { of Slarke
capsules, until thw year 2076 US:.Ml! now to city the city meant to Citv Eire
I their parents from all over the Entertainment begins gUitars. will be for inaction its "I'll I for it too" DOT and the countv will assist : retired
second of the when they opened on sewer system apologize( DepartmentMficially
county for the evening's festivities tonight with a member The portion in paying for the drainage '
the nation's Ticentenmal problem and said that rightof Edwards said after readingof system Sund.iv Feb 13 from many
which begin( at 7 p m, group of professional musicians show will be locally producedand bration. -way for the SR-16 widening citv council minutes but. in the end. fearseverybodv years of service with the,
and entertainers who scheduled to be ended
If the weather is nice. no will have a money'
the revealed the council had votedto
project now underway in departmentThese
will all-original later than 9 since tne will
present problem and the situation
Volunteer outriders are welcome for with valuable '
i prepared for the show by wagontram awakens each city is being!( paid 'request ( mom
State Univer- around 4:30 to get to join the wagon train county funds. hers IIf t the fire dl'pm.tnll'lllolwrahon
Pennsylvania morning for a day a week, or all the "The board has been liberal had accrued totalof I
\vTnuni frierTHURSDAY another of its
[ ( and Broad ready day
J1& sity professors a
& lyracist, pilgrimage to Valley Forge( way to Valley Forge, as longas with the city helping voluntarily Lawtey C4Increase way they desired. Some local with its fire depart Assistant Fire Chief I Idon: ,,
this ol the
Please don't call us the in part
Penn State Singers. We don't show will be members of theOklahoma' people are already planning to nient The new library built Sapp has been appointed IntheMarke
with accompany the group as far where the city would benefit City Commission to
really have a name, but none song(
( f students and dance the First Baptist us Lake Butler, where a par most from it, was built replace Glasgow Captain
of are we are
merely us the wagontrain Church choir a countv.wide ade is planned in their honor 55ilhoutany contribution from Robby Lewis was promoted to

." beams petite Alli-performers fourth and fifth grade chorus, Friday afternoon., the, city except,<< a free waterBUS LAWTEY As an incentive I believe in economy of assistant (fire chief. and

son Brush who was recruitedfor an FFA quartet and duo. a .1y.' 1-.vy to at tend special meetings.( the government( I
the show while in Las country-western band and Nt city council voted Feb. 2 to Bennett pointed out the

J Vegas( early American ballads sung j pay council members $20 per council was elected at $JO per
Mel Black who portrays an bv soloists Carol Milner, Sylvia meeting instead of $20 per month and should serve for

Irishman in the show says Keddish. Carolyn Canova. month no matter how many that. He said he'd serve without

thai the music tells about Rill McHae and Scott Leland. I'yoy1 i c "" meetings were calledCommissioner pay.
where we've come from as a Toi Bullington will also do a 4'' t ,> John Robertson In other action Keb 2, the J

SAT. nation and where's were dramatic reading.( and song \ pointed out that at several council:
SUWANNEE CONF going( Musical selections In Bill Wilson, director of the t( important meetings on the Permitted residents to i

BASKETBALLTOURNEY the 42-minute performance Starke-Bradford County ". water system the council question engineer( Ralph Eng
include "Mail Order Bride" Chamber of Commerce will '. lacked a quorum and could not at length about the new water I

UCHSgymLake "Welcome Stranger" (por- serve as master of ceremon- y faa act. Robertson's motion to system Some questionerswere

Butler I u increase the pay drew Imme- critical I of the cost of the I
adults diate support from former system for service to be rendered -
11 students LB Set Friday ParadeTo chairman Robert Scott f t

----- Eng; said static pressure in
Councilmen Buster Bennett
: FRIDAY, Feb 13 the system will be from 40.60 t

t, First Christian Greet Wagon TrainLAKE and move.Marvin Both Rosier offered opposedthe to pounds per square inch, Harold Glasgow; I
Church HayrideTo (See Page IB)
serve without pay Bennett

Train Meet In Graham Wagon BUTLER-A parade students, a variety show by said there are times when he James Blalotk was appointed I
middle school students folk can't attend special meetings ;
Meetat S:30 through( town will give Union Sen. Chiles captain
----- County residents a chance to dances by elementary fourth because of his work. .... Glasgow( down through the I
the Bicentennial Wagon graders and a local string "I know how you felt years, worked toward highersalaries
MONDAY. Feb. 16 greet( i
BC School Board Train Friday afternoon band.. rRI Robert," said present chairman Meets Public fringe benefits, and I
beginning at 2 p.m. as the Buses will also be leaving .i Ben McCulley who broke better working conditions and
Special Meeting
5:30p.m.TUESDAY. troupe heads for the north side from Providence Ha i ford and the tie which resulted in a 3-2 Here improved service to the city
----- of Lake Butler and another Worthington Springs at 6 p.m c vote to increase the pay. TodayThe He was appointed fire chief on
, to bring residents to the show Robertson's motion was to !March 1. 1971 to replace Red I
Feb. 17 night encampment.
which begins with a 42.minute pay $20 for each meeting public is invited to meet Buford who retired on that
Starke City Council More than 20 entries have performance by the Bicentennial attended and to not pay for with US Senator Lawton date as fire chief
7 p.m City Hall been received for the parade wagon train performers meetings missed. "If( they Chiles at 11:30 am today Sapp presented Glasgowwith

----- which will goby all the schools All students, parents don't attend no pay," Robertson (Thursday) In the Pecan a lawn mower from the
SAT.. Feb 21
of the Garden Restaurant
so that school children mightsee and Interested citizens are said. Room entire fire department at a
Fish Fry atTherein it, according to county invited to ride the buses Science Fair Set Feb 19-20 Scott said that would be an meeting at the city fire stationon
Community bicentennial I committee according to school ad. incentive for counciln.en to Sandwiches and coffee will Friday, Feb. 6. A home-
J Center organize chairman Bill Cowan. ministrative assistant .1 uni >r BIN !science !student Robin Chism tents the metabolic attend special meetings. As be served at the lunch hour. made cake and ice cream

Fire Dept. Since parking will be scarce HoardJcNeil.: The Raiford rate of his rats In a "tu.1to determine whether ascorbic chairman Scott was unable to Sen Chiles will be a candi- were enjoyed by the membersand

5 p.m. around the lake, buses have bus will stop at the UCI administration avid (Vitamin (') causes diabetes. Robin Is one of many transact important businessat date for renomination In the the volunteer firemen.

CovrMiy Oftlljc been secured to take residents building and science projects now being prepared for the annual sciencefair several special meetings, September Democratic primaries President Bill ScoJCj tins of I
from the high school-middle Griffis Store Providence which will begin nest Thursday. Feb. 19. he pointed out to succeed himself as the volunteers said the dedi-

(Communtly! school bus ramp during the residents may meet a bus at students will set ap their projects early Thursday: morning "I'm satisfied with the pay, Florida's senior senator. Dur- cation of Glasgow and Stone
; tuic lank evening until 6:20: p.m. Biellings Station and the and judging will begin al 10 a,m. An open house for parentsand In fact. I'd be glad to serve ing his visit here he will dis- will be missed by the mem-
Festivities are planned for Worthington Springs com- public is net for Thursday night :30-H p,m. and all daytrldav without pay" said Councilman cuss the issues and answer bers of the department and

I .aeaY.b TIM.....N1NPN.r.i lnswN UIJI 6:30-1I:4i: : : p.m. and will include munity center will also be a when classes. from other school will be allowed toshit Marvin Rosier. "I wouldnot questions concerning the volunteers who have worked

-'Ins.aer.Ca. square dancing by high school pickup stop. the! rtisplavs. vote for it simply because campaign. with them.

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Shrlne':: ;
I Attend Potentate Ball

Starke Shriners were in Mr. and Mrs. Bob McRae Mr. fflte Jf !
Jacksonville Friday to Sunday and Mrs. Julian McRae, Mr. "flJ 1f.64.ide / W
attending the Shrine activities and Mrs.Charles Dinkins, Mr :
at the Morocco Temple and and Mrs. Mac Baldwin, Mr
Potentate's ball Saturday and Mrs. Maxie Carter, Jr.. /

night. Mr. and Mrs. D.E Nettles. ... .. ....... ..... -- -
Attending from Starke were Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Barnes -- -
Mr. and Mrs. C.F. Bateman Mr. and Mrs. Lee Taylor. Mr.
Mr and Mrs. F.J. Kramer. and Mrs. C.H. Nasworthy Glb Miss Thelma Boltin Presented Folklore

'\ Juniors Crawford Brown and Mrs. Mrs.Jewelle Faye ''I 1 1I
,I Selling Thornton. I 'It.t..;: Program Wednesday UDCMeeting
Tickets To HarlemGlobetrotters The Potentate Ball held in r w
the Civic Auditorium honored ; Carolina. She also sung ,
H. Maddox. Jr., the new _,,. ,: quaint folksongs along with !
Potentate of Morocco Temple. her stories and sayings which rr

Members of district tour On Sunday morning the Beverly Crawford, '' i, were so much a part of the
Junior Woman's Club are group from the Starke Shrine ; }4'', y lives of our tore-[thers in
selling tickets for the Harlem club were joined at Brunch at M. Henderson r Civil war days.
I Globetrotters which will the home of Mrs. Sara r Miss Boltin also gave a
appear Monday. March: 8, at 8 Barefoot by P.M. Barefootand Feb 27 <1R. / number of cures for diseases ,
I p m in the Jacksonville Coli- Mrs. L.A. Johns.IH'IM.ICATK Wedding 'Iw !, and snake bites as used by the I.
1 seum. people of the South, in com rM*. h r3 i ,
| The tickets are for the benefit BRIDGE Mr. and Mrs. D.H. Crawford parison to the antibiotics 4 7 i,
'; of the Hemodialvsis. Unit in announce the approaching penicillin and other medicines xtl .v
'I I the Pediatric Ward at L'niyer-' Cl.rB ItFSL'LT5M1tiss : marriage of their daughter used today.
Blanchardand r
': city: Hospital! in Jacksonville.! Beverly Lauree to Mayfield i I Miss Boltin played her
Kd: Wainwright were the
Tickets be obtained Henderson.The auto-harp and (
I at S5 may: antique sang yY
I, by calling 9>4-.6788.or to make winning couple at Duplicate wedding will take place It Ggt one of her favorite numbers : ,
: a'donation mall to the Junior Bridge Tuesday night. Jeff February 27 at 7 p.m. in the from the hills of South ,
I 1 Woman's Club of Starke. P O. Wrenshall and Minou Wainwright Hampton Christian Church. 'i. .;UI. Carolina. Her program closed. i
and Mrs.! F.J. Shaw "
Hot 56:!. Starke Miss Crawford Is a 1975 graduate with all those present singing II I
SW. Hamilton tied
and Mrs.
The Junior Woman's Club is of Bradford High Miss Tllt'lma Boltin. center,use an autoharp In presenting "God Bless America."
for second. Rhea Johnson and
I> asking for support in this pro- Lora Francis were third. School.Mr. a folklore program at UDC meeting Feb. 4.Shown with Miss W.B. McKinney violinist, .'
jtct Henderson who was Boltin (l-rl. are Mrs.Lester Crews Mrs. J.W. Kincaid. Mrs. accompanied by Mrs. Mona 1 "
formerly employed with Mun- Guy: : !Sale president and Miss Madge Middleton. Canova played several r( 14 ;,
: ford Inc. in Jacksonville is selections including/ ren-
I r-----c.---- presently manager of Handy Miss Th'etma Boltin, Mrs. Lester Crews gave the dition of"Beautiful Dreamer"
i I Way: Food Store in Hampton.All program consultant of invocation, after which guests being dedicated to Miss
Valentine i friends and relatives are Stephen Foster Memorial were invited into the solarium Boltin.
pannegRPNp invited to attend.Melinda the W.T.where the buffet luncheon was
I was guest speaker A short business meeting. a4, ta,
ace Weeks chapter U.D.C. at its served from a beautifully presided over by the

Xry s. s caller t Dunn, covered dish luncheon appointed a silver fruit table bowl centered holding with an president. Mrs. Guy Sale, r ....
meeting Wednesday, Feb. 4 followed the program. Mrs.
I 1itn I Music lE.:; :;*:, ;!;,..:i. '. I Roger EuniceTo at St.Marks Episcopal Chu'rcti arrangement of miniature red Sale announced there wouldbe
:..:.., parish house. poppies. a district meeting in Linda Gainey, William Cribbs
..''estern. ; .,:. ..'12iifw.t'w ...... ....'. A red carnation and Miss Boltin better known as Feb. and
..\,. ..., ......,-- ". ". Wed. Feb. 14 grapes Thelma" used her Gainesville 20 urged
I \ :W""""" "' ''' ..;: :s., '0:,'':'" driftwood arrangement "Cousin as members to attend. Visitors Wed January 30 At Courthouse
''" :; ; !' and
:, ; : -\ : :" topic "Folklore in Song
the mantle. The
N' = decorated introduced.
,,,( .j);......: )....;g..l'.tg.f: .. .;..;....." '9 s(. \ Miss Melinda Sue Dunn of speakers table was centered Story."She was introduced by were Hostesses for the luncheon- Linda Gainey. daughter of punch.
I .;"'r',,:(;J... ... \0" .:"..t. Bristol. Tenn. and Roger L. with a bowl of silk red and Mrs. J.W. Kincaid, historian. meeting were Mrs. R.A. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gainey. A surprise cake was presented
\::, Miss Boltin appearing in and William Cribbs son of Mr. to the bride's
Eunice: son of Mr. and Mrs. white roses. Members and Green. Mrs. Curtis Sanders
;:fa.VL. e rwt, :: her long red and white calico and Mrs. Charlie C. Cribbs. all honor of their 45lh wedding
x C G.I James H. Eunice of Lawteywill guests( were seated at tables and Mrs. L.F. Dinkins. They
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.,;, ....." be united in marriage covered with bicentennial dressgaveaninlerestingtalkcloths were assisted by Mrs. G.J. of Starke were united in anniversary.
..'.x...!". ,0.,;,.il."...'.1 February 14 at 6:30: p.m. in and centered with on hand crafted toys and McGriff, Mrs. L.H. Jenningsand marriage January 30 at 4 p.m. Following a trip to Sea
.:o,, 3 10' :.; Asheborro. N.C. handmade Valentine items of yesteryear a* were Mrs. H.L. Spear. at the Bradford County court World and Lakeland the
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..,.'\':0\: b "4.III'j decorations. made by the folks in {South house with members of the couple residing in Woodland

.",)." ii '" e : .. .. . immediate families attending. Acres on 301 South of Starke
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at 7
I : ..0' / Card Party For A reception was
: at the Holiday Inn with Friends Of Library
.1.,0:, .. tom : 'ffI Everyone's Invited To r p.m.approximately 65 relativesand

I :;'I'..:". .d. .... qnt1' .:.'.o't't'r.. .4 Cancer FundPlanned friends attending. Amongthe To Meet Monday
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...ro. : .... "l, ./ guests was a surprise visit The Bradford County
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: 't'O: : BIBLE DOCTRINE Feb. 26
from the sister. Mrs.
>4.TP .- ;: ,rBYOS Friends of the Library will. J
/ .......\.."...O'Q.... '. ..;,'/ The ladies of the Starke Golf Catherine Vanchoff of Akron. hold its annual ml'etinjlon.: :
!J ,:.:t.i-\iIi.O: 'k.O"y./:I' :: LECTURESBeing land Country Club will sponsor Ohio. day. Feb. 16, at 7 p m. in the
I ::::..t.I.t':: l\f'/; v \ card party Thursday The with bride's a three table tiered was cake.centered Bradford County Library.All .
interested in
at 7:30 at persons
: ';""i'y February 26. : p.m.
-.J'iyn"i ; Given In A Classroom At 'k<< M the Country Club for the Cynthia Tillman cut the cake attending are invited to do !so
and Toni and Gwen Keith
I benefit of the American by: the president of the organi
At The Starke National Bradford High School '' Cancer Society. nieces of the bride served zation. Mrs. Richard Welly

i Guard I bridge Guests canasta attending gin may or their play Altar Society Plan Dinner Feb.19to
:: Armory With An Informal Class Room favorite card game. Door

i r prizes will be awarded. Guestsare Father Richard Bowles attend the Church Women
FOR ADVANCE TICKETS I atmosphere Each Mon 7:30 P.M. ; asked to bring their own gave the St. Blaise blessing of United World Day of Prayer
cards for their table. Refresh throats after Mass on Tuesday services scheduled for March
1- I ments will be furnished. evening. February 3. 5. 11 a.m. at the local Presbyterian
:: CALL 964-7173 or By Tickets at $1.50 may be Mrs. John Samons presidedat Church with covered
Dr. W. R. Crews purchased from Mrs. GeorgeW. the meeting of St. Edward's dish luncheon to follow.
| 964-6410 I Roberts Jr. of at Stumps Altar Society following Mass. Mrs. Lester Humphries
Department Store. Altar Chairman Mrs urged members to write
'5.00 Per Couple 6.00 At Door Pastor Jimmy Moore announcedthat of State Bruce
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Father Bowles 15th ordination Interested persons were
anniversary on Thursday given Ee Will Forms and
evening Feb. 19. Body Donor Forms for themselves
\ TERWILLEGAR VALENTINES Mrs. Shaller volunteered to and (their families.
conduct a bake sale in down Following the meeting valentine
town Starke on Saturday cake and punch was
morning February 21. served by Mrs. Gladys Weldon
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Junior Club' To MethodistsTo MoreThun 1,000 New CUBB Board Members ElectedIn

Sponsor Berry Hold Family Assisted In Claims By elections held Saturday, 144 children from CUBS joyed Volunteers the movie and staff with the en-

Jan. 31, at Neighborhood Ser- (Head in
Start Centers Clay, children
Queen ContestThe Night Feb 18 Ins. CommissionerMore vice Centers, Head Start Union, Baker and Bradford The children from Bradford

Centers, and through mobile counties enjoyed a trip to the Head Start Center
Junior Woman's Club of LT The First United Methodist. than 1,000 people were units In Clay, Union Baker Florida Theatre in Starke the Bear and will meet
Starke will sponsor the 13th cinyI Church will hold Family assisted in recovery of almost and Bradford counties low- Tuesday, Feb. 3, to see the film Smokey see a
on Thursday,
annual Strawberry Queen Night, Wednesday, February $21,500 by the local service income residents elected Movie "Snow White." 12 at the Head Start February Center.
Pageant this March 27 in con 18, starting at 6:30: p.m. in office of state treasurer and representatives to the boardof
junction with the Bradford Fellowship Hall. insurance commissioner directors of CUBB Econo-
County Fair to be held March A covered dish supper will Philip F Ashler during the mic Agency Inc.

31, April 1, 2, and :3. be served followed by a play month of January, according As a result of the elections
The pageant will be open to produced by Francie to the Gainesville office. Clay County low income BALDWIN
residents of Bradford County Newland. The refunds resulted from representatives will be in

I only Contestants must be Holds questions being asked of the District I (Green Cove
I between the ages of 16 and 21 MYF Group local office located at 3615 Springs), Willie Battle, Jr..
by the day of the pageant, SW.13th Street, which servesan District 2 (Penney Farms),
March 27.Entrants. ProgressiveSupperSunday 'eight-county i area including Mrs. \Molly Cunningham; District CHEVROLETOLDS
shall be judged on Bradford and Union Counties. :3 (Middleburg and Clay

natural beauty only. This shall Also, a representative of the Hill), Mrs. Lillie Carter, and
be interpreted to include insurance commissioner'soffice District 4 (Orange Park),

figure, hair, face, personalityand The Methodist Youth visits the county court- Mrs. Marguerite McCutchen.
poise.Judgingrwill house from 9-11 a.m. the first In Union County, the winnerIs
Waters! ( be made on Vonda Fellowship held a progressive Wednesday of each month Mrs Charity Moore of Lake
Stephens! at the
Valentine C QuernOf appearance in swimsuit, Valentine Sweetheart supper Sunday night The local office may be ableto Butler.
homes of Mr.and Mrs. George
Beta Sigma! Phi evening gown sportswear and Of XI Iota Delta W. Roberts Jr., Mr and Mrs. assist in receiving paymentof Baker County winner is
street clothes. claims and compliance with Mrs. Carolyn Roberts of
Beth Waters Is Entry blanks may be obtained Vonda Stephens Drew Reddish Rev.and and Mr.Mrs.and the Compulsory InsuranceLaw Macclenny. Presents
from Mrs. Patsy George Harper or answer questions Bradford County's District 1

Valentine QueenOf Welsh 1261 Johns Drive, 964- Selected QueenOf Mrs. Harry Green the affair relating to insurance agents (Starke) will be representedon
8721 or Mrs. Chris Wilson, 410 The 27 enjoying and insurance company'ssales the CUBB Board by Miss
Gamma ThetaBeth Short St., 8fi4-8210. XI Iota Delta included MYF members and activities. Juanita Griffin; District 2
Dr and Mrs.
Deadline for entries is their sponsors. (Hampton Brooker), Mrs. ECONOMY-
and and
March 17, with the pageant Wayne Lola Williamson, and District
0"OMO.oeo.otO O O
Waters a
was selected as Vonda Stephens was Mrs. Henry Godwin.
limited to 15 contestants. 3 (Lawtey), Mrs Edna Allen.
the 12th annual Valentine selected as the first Valentine
Queen of the Gamma Sweetheart of the ;bJ Other representatives on
Theta newly 'YoJ(now the board of the
chapter of Beta Sigma Phi. DKG Alpha Nu charted Exemplar Chapter, community governing action agency will PLUS
XI) Iota Delta.
Mrs. W.F. and
Her photograph has been Herlong has had come from civic govern-
submitted Members Attend as visitors Mr. and Mrs. W.II.Stemmeyer ment groups to make up the
to the
Beta SigmaPhi The Valentine Contest is and Mr. and Mrs. board Year
required representation Leap Special-
International office in strictly a beauty contest. A ;W'IJou..l
Missouri where Workshop Feb. now F.V. Herlong of Jacksonvilleon .
a Hollywood
Hollywood star will select the
Sunday and Mrs. Lucy Par- New board members will
star will Valentine select the International winners from 8 x 10 inch nell and daughter Mary of assume their active duties at a 1976 Chevette Scooter
Queen. photos which are sent into the Mrs. E.B. Searing spent the Lake
Five members of Alpha Nu City on Monday. meeting of the board to be
Chapter of Delta Kappa International Office. Contestants weekend in Jacksonville with held Monday evening, 40 MPG 28 MPG
Contestants are selected by Gamma must be Beta Sigma her son and daughter-in-law. Mr and Mrs. J.R. Weldon February 23.Badcock. Highway Cityfor
participated in
their chapters on the basis of a Phis in good standing. and Mrs. Searingand and of Jacksonvillewill
Mr. Burge family
Ix-auty Workshop and District II Chevette, as rated by the U.S. Government in EPA tests
afternoon the weekend with
family. Sunday spent
Meeting at Reitz Auditoriumin Vonda will be honored by they attended the Delius his mother, Mrs. Gladys Wel- Store Remember these mileage figures are estimates. The

Beth became a Beta Sigma Gainesville Saturday. members at a Valentine Music Festival in the CumnerArt don. actual mileage you get will vary depending on the type of
Phi in 1973. Since then she has luncheon on February 14 at
Mrs. A. Russell Norman Gallery where Mr. Searing In KHThe
served on the publicity committee the Garden Restaurant. Opens driving you do, your driving habits your car's condition and
conducted a group( meeting on was the piano accompanist Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mathewsof
and has been the Sunshine Research. Mrs. Sue Winkler Vonda has been a memberof for the two soloists. Clinton Tenn. were last available equipment. Ratings are based on 1.4 Litre Engine
chairman. Presently she Beta Sigma Phi since April W.S. Badcock Corporation -
served as a floor hostess. Miss Thursday overnight (guests of with 4-speed transmission.
is the chapter's extension officer i- Delia 1965. During this time she has and Mrs. W.M Hazen of has announced the open
Rosenberg, Mrs. Shirley Mr. Mr. and !Mrs. Homer Stearns.Mr.
and chairman of the historian Jasonek been chairman of the following visitors ing of its 147th Badcock Home
of Macclenny and Gainesville were Sunday
committee. Miss committees: dance, service and Mrs. M.F. Furnishings Center in Key-
Kathryne Epperson of of Mr: and Mrs. T.K. Stokes ,
Lake Butler served as con sunshine, publicity, Hazen. spent last week with their son stone Heights on Lawrence
Beth is the wife of Danny sultants in group meetings. scrapbook, social, membership and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Boulevard.
Waters in l.awtey and has two telephone, yearbook. She Mrs. Jack Stokes in Jacksonville Manager,Owner is Dale + III'i
Mrs Mamie Lou ,
also of the Brown and associate dealer
children, Rudy and Erin. was past president is
Beth will be honored at a Following( lunch. Dr. Gamma Theta Chapter Mrs. Drew Reddish Mr. and Bill Wilson,
Valentine dinner party on narrower a well-known Vonda is the wife of FreddieStephl'ns. Mrs. Tom Casey, Mr. and A grand (opening is planned '
Mr and Mrs. Guy Sale r.cl a
February\ at the home of poetess read some of her .They have two sons, Mrs. II.C. Brown Mr and visited Mr. and Mrs. Keith March 8 through!( March 22. Chwene i
:Mrs Richard Little. favorite poems Freddie Jr. and Kenny Mrs. W.II Edwards. Jr. and Badcock, one of the largest
and in
Mr and Mrs. Jimmy Moore Gillingham family organizations of its type in the 1.4 LITRE Engine Four Speed
attended the 50th wedding Tampa over the weekend. Southeast with stores Transmission

anniversary reception for Mr. throughout Florida Georgiaand
and Mrs. David \V Moore in Mr and Mrs. Ira Wells of
Alabama has been in & All Other Standard Equip.
Gulf Breeze spent the weekend -
Jacksonville Sunday.
for 71 with its
operation years
with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Barney McRae. headquarters in Mulberry Baldwin Price 2899.00Less
erf'c Mr and Mrs. Willis Beecherof Florida !

Anna III. arc guests of Mr Mrs. Jimmy Walker of Fort The Mulberry complex includes ''.1
and Mrs L.C. Early for a 'iiH.ON) ( ) square foot
Lauderdale is spending( this Cash 499.00
warehouse a mattress factory
several days.
week with her Mr
general offices and
h and !Mrs: J H. !Moncnef at
P.D. Reddish returned computer system that processes
GIFrS Kingsley Lake. Joining the 2400.00
Monday after surgery last family overthe, weekend will more than !loo.ooo() ( ) Finance
r accounts for associate stores
.0"\1 Wednesday in St. Luke's
be Mrs. RAV: Underill ofIndiatlantic"
each month.
Hospital and' her
Besides the complex, Bad-
Mr, and Mrs. J.T. Lawson Bobbie and daughter, Kathy clICk also has a 151.000( square I
were in Dothart. Ala. last .pfVfr": e ) >,, 'I .- 4oot modenvdistrtbutifirvcen-' $ :_ \:-

'Thursday and Friday visiting Miss Sandra Huggins of ter in Live Oak. .Florida that* 36.3eJ
'her sister. Mrs II E. Grad- '" serves stores in !North Florida -
',T G...iesv ille and Oler Crosby of U.
ONEof dick who suffered a stroke. Fort :Mjers were Saturday The. Georgia store handles and Alabama.a widerangl'
visitors of Mr. and Mrs
Mr and I\lrs. TA Yawn Ill of name brand furni-
and Jimmy Yawn of George, .Huggins.' tuie. appliances.. floor covering Plus Tax & Tag 48C 12.25%

Gainesville were Sunday Mrs. HE: Smith of Williston and home (entertainment
our Tell CityRockers evening( dinner guests of their is spending a week with her Merchandise is purchasedat Offer Good Till Feb. 29

mother. Mrs. Lila Rae Yawnon son-in-law and daughter Mr. quantity discounts and distributed -
to the \147 :associate
T A. Yawn's 26th birthday and Mrs. Marc Jackson and

Mrs. James Barron and family stores '
Mrs Myrtle Anderson sur- Dr. Kiert Sundusadee has JML
IS prised Mrs. Bess Terrell at a
M- returned from a weeks visitwithhisparents.
a ft luncheon in Gainesville Woman to marriage counselor -
Mr and :Mrs
'To give.! sou an idea
!Mrs. Terrell's 89th
Sunday on
e.q 1.coo
Sundusadee Thailand
unreasonable he is
RIGHT they birthday.visited In Mr the and afternoon Mrs. G.S. where his father is seriously about ninni'v. \\e'.re. completely STARKE, FLORIDA

l : :\ewcomb' in Gainesville.Mrs. ill. out of)l debt
-.f.'Mirachi 'In Parade 'Sooner or Ltttcr Your fa*or do Dealer'
Local admittances to Brad I
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Joe Speers of I
ford County Hospital this
FOR Catlettsburg. Ky. is guest of week include: Mrs. Edna: _. _
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Mrs. J.W. Kincaid and Mrs. Williams, Herbert Green. .
o L for several
Beasley days.
Mrs Ruby Hersey Mrs. Kay

HER Mr and Mrs. George W Starling Hjillie. George Mrs. Allen.Virginia Ariel ; ;? If You Still Have The Same I It
Broun visited Mr and Mrs
L.M. Stoner in Ocala the Freeman Rhoden Mrs It
weekend over Cleona Barnes Dow and ling Henry Mrs.Carver Connie ** Type Home Honest Abe Lived In t

Starke; Mrs. Louise Rosier
$7995 Cleveland Drlg ers underwent and Mrs. Lettie Crawford

eye surgery last Lawtey; Mrs. Addie is.Maxville. .
Alachua General
Thursday in
Mrs Elsa Eklund.
Sen.-hitmg, Back,is as comfortable as it look Come In Hospital.Rev Keystone Heights( : :Miss .
Other ROCKerS and ova 'ita attest, Ouaiitv Dinil from solid is Karen Bielling Lake Butler ... ;:::
hardwood Black, Decorated With Gold George Harper :Mrs Dovie Hogan Hampton, -; -"; =-
visiting his mother,1\lrs. Cara
From $'69 95 L. Harper, who is ill in the William Browning. Raiford --t

Sells Memorial Hospital in Supermarket checker to 'J

Greenville, S.C. housewife: "I know it used to
\ be 39 cents a can. madambut
Dr and Mrs. Tom Woleshm that was hours ago'"

and son of Fernandma Beachwere -Don Tobin! King/
'. weekend guests of Dr Features t
and !Mrs R.E. Dopson

Mrs. J.II. Fields has had as TIlE: BR \IWnnU
visitors Mr. and Mrs. Robert ('ol\: T'\' TKI.Kf \I'H ,
Tanner of Baldwin last Thurs- Published evprv Thursday
day and Charles Fields of at 138\\. (Call !Street A. ; m

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Deep cushions add cornand nicely detailed arrow balloon back Graceful' Whichello of Gulliver Mich. Starke, FloridaSubscription h_
fort to a rochar 'that is back make this, rocker mon ey.'all' arms M_. are Tuesday to Sunday guestsof t
built for relaxing, Maple stand out In any room on solid hardwood
finish, on solid hardwoods Mr and Mrs. R.E. Firth. Hates I
$99 95 $OQ9S In trade area: 16.INI per II
119 Mrs. Gilbert Goldwire returned )ear: 13.50 six months I
last Tuesday from 11
days visit with Mr. and Mrs. Outside trade area: S7.no) I
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Elizabeth Terry

attack and was in the hospitalat
CHURCH Orlando for two weeks.
of God>: Sunday
Sfer- Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Griffis
1i School 10 a.m. Worship and Mrs.
and family
.; 2Pound,, vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Griffis and children of
+ Heart BoxCHOCOLATES Prayer Meeting Tuesday 7:30: Palatka, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
p.m. YPE Friday at 7:30: p.m. Smith and family, Mr. and
s Evergreen Baptist: Sunday Mrs. Tom Whaley and family
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser
of HIli'and
thJ Donald Mosley Clay
centers i vices 11 a.m. and 6:30: p.m.
!Miss Patsy Adams or
I y Deluxe assortment Variety of Prayer Meeting Wednesday at
Brooker were Sunday dinner
centers dipped in real dark or
7 p.m. of Mrs. Nellie
Z milk chocolate. Beautiful bo Radio Program guests Wilkinson -
)( Faith Baptist: Mrs. Daisy Boch
WPXE Starke, 8 and
Lynn. The occasion was to
School 10

: [;JCiJIlIIJID( ( L ( ]nCJQQ! ($ ,o, $697 a.m.a.m.and 7:30 Worship Sunday.: p.m. Services Prayer Bible Meeting 11 a.m. birthdays.help Lynn Miss Boch Angie to celebrate Griffis their and

Wednesday 7:30: p.m.
Mike Dobbs was a Saturday
overnight guest brother-
: U. S. 301 S. c, '. M ;:' :," Starke, Fla Grace United "Methodist' (Wore: in-law, and sister, Mr. and
School a.m.
: Sunday :
Mrs. Wayne Gustafson of
and 7
ship Services 11 a.m.
Green Cove Springs.
p m. Choir Practice 7 pm.
Roger Wade of Jacksonville
Methodist Fellowship 8
United visited !Mr. and Mrs. Harold
p.m. Wednesday. Eunice
on Wednesday.
United Methodist
Mrs. Hazel Bradley and
the on Tuesday -
at Parsonage
met :
and Mrs. C.K.
morning Feb. 3, with 13
went shopping in Jacksonville
members present. Meetingwas
called to order by Mrs. Saturday.
Idelle Boyette. Devotionalwas Jeff Cain and !Miss Shirley
Vachon of Gainesville
given by Mrs. Frank spent
Saturday with his grandparents. -
> Coss. Mr. and Mrs. Hermie
y Sunday
Highland Baptist: .
School 10 a.m. Worship Services Kelly.Mr.
and Mrs.
Wayne Harperand
I 11 a.m. and 6 p.m.
7 son of Starke were Sunday
Prayer Meeting Wednesday
dinner guests of their grandparents -
pm.. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Carl
:North-side;( Baptist:
School 10 a.m. Worship Services Prevatt.
Majestic Tiny Conversation 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Eunice of
Deluxe Heart ofCHOCOLATES Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 Graham visited their parents
Lace Valentine BoxCHOCOLATES
Mellowcreme Mr. and Mrs. Harold Euniceon
...-- -.... pm.
: ... HEARTS Sunday afternoon.Mrs. .
HEARTS Les McClellan Mrs.
Mrs. Knight's Fifth Grade Lillie Morgan Mrs. Dorothy
I Hippy To
1 1 ih,1 box Gold. 7 oz. bag. class planted a liveoak tree in l Herndon and daughter Bettie.
1 lb. box. Gold 10' .
'"n* Y..r M""' I tribute to the Bicentennialyear. and Jimmy Smith attended
pn>tin" or red pink or red. I II Ym An Mot revival services at Hampton

Sunlit* With/ J- The "Freedom" tree will Baptist Church Thursday
\ Ytiir PmehiM represent a part of how students night.
$997EACH $ can look back over the Mr. and Mrs. John Tye
: years and be proud of their spent Sunday with their son
EACH'f efforts to contribute to a good and daughter-in-law. Mr. and
environment in which to live :Mrs. John Tye Jr. and familyof
and work. South Daytona.Mrs. .
Miss Cuttino's( Fourth Lucille T Ivey and
Graders visited the Florida Miss Arthurine Blanchard
State Museum on the campusof attended the Senior Citizens
the University of Florida Club at Hampton on Friday
last The students night.
20 piece set, 4 place settings. 4 each: large gained information related to Robert Rosier of Jackson-

plates medium plates, large bowls, cups. & the history and early inhabi- ville visited Mr. and Mrs. Carl
saucers. Lightweight, durable.Will not break tants of our State. Prevatt Sunday afternoon.Mr. .
( chip, craze or stain. Pattern: 'q 88 Valentine parties will beginat and Mrs. Daniel Wilki-
orelle II 2 4 2:30: Friday. February 13. son and Mr. and Mrs. Marcus

I Butterfly GoldSpring Parents are requested to wait Jerritt of Jacksonville gave
LIVINGWARE until 2:30: before serving and their parl.'nts.Ir: and Mrs.
Green White $19aa assisting with the children.Mr. Donald Wilkison an anniversary -
by CORNING Barber from the Florida party on their 24th
Snoflake Blue Highway Patrol presented wedding anniversary at S & S
a program on Safety on Cafeteria in Jacksonville.Mrs. .
Tuesday. Kindergarten Ruby Mosley. Mrs.
through Filth grade participated Rosa Mosley Mrs. Marycille
in the viewing of safety Bennetl. Mrs. Mamie Barrett
films and a discussion of good Mrs. Albert :Norman.; Mrs.
safety habits. Joyce Bennett, and Mrs.
Rachel Prescott were hostesses
PERSONALS:.; for a bridal shower for
or Mrs. Joyce Futch of.Black- Miss Patsy Adams, bride-
shear. Ga. stopped by on Wed- elect of Lynn Boch, at the
nesday to see her sister. !Miss home of Mrs. Tom Whaley
1 Elizabeth Terry. Saturday night. They had door
Sincere Sympathy of the prizes which went to :Mrs.
community is extended to Jeanette Futch and Mrs.
Mrs. George Roberts Sr. and Linda Thomas after which
other relatives due to the :Miss Adams opened her gifts.
death of her sister Mrs. Pearl They served cake and coffeeor
Booker of Deland who passed punch and Chips and Dip.
away on Monday. Feb. 2. Mr. and :Mrs. Bill Dobbs! and
Miss Elizabeth Terry and Chris spent Sunday aftertioon
Miss Arthurine Blanchard with their son-in-law and
visited her sister Miss Enza daughter, :Mr and Mrs.
Blanchard. Mrs. Wolfe. Mrs. Wayne Gustafson of Green
Thelma Wilson, and Mrs. Cove Springs.
Maude Rowe, Mrs. Truby Mrs. Ola Starling;\ and :Mr
Wainwrighfs sister, Tuesday and Mrs. Charles Starling and
afternoon at Baker County family spent Sunday afternoon -
Nursing Home at Macdenny. with their son-in-law and

.. rl Mrs. W.F Atwood :Mrs. daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Andy
Pierce Crews and Mrs. Onie Harvey and Derrick, of
RIVAL- Thornton, visited their sister Perry.Mr. .
\ Mrs. D.L. Shaw in Alachua and Mrs. Maxie Reddish -
PENDULUM / 3-Speed Hand General Hospital in Gainesville and Donald and Randallof
Thursday and Friday. State Farm, Mrs. Vicki
I d' MIXER. x., Mr and Mrs. Paul Seavers Johns and Mr. and Mrs.
CHIME CLOCK : .: Sr. of Jacksonville visited Robert :McClellan and son.
f -- their cousins. Mr. and Mrs Jeff, of Starke, gathered at the
'} AMILTON Hermie Kelly, on home of their and
4 \ BEACH Electric "Click 'n Clean" afternoon. Saturday Mrs. Les :McClellan parents Wednes-Mr.

# Sincere sympathy of the day night to help Mrs. Reddish

._\ 87A\\\ \ CAN OPENER community is extended to Mr. celebrate her birthday. They
and !Mrs Leo Dyal and family served cake and ice cream.
\\1 due to the death of their brother Capt. and Mrs. Russel'Lines

/ l Morris Dyal who passed of Valdosta Ga. were weekend
Y t.'iI IRON .781 away on Wednesday Feb. 4. guests of their parents
Steam/Dry Miss Mary Ann Lyons of Col. and :Mrs. Wm. Wilson.
\l\ Starke and Mrs. Elsie Norman Mrs. Ola Starling and Mr.
Select from 3-speed portable mixer with beater
ejector visited her mother Mrs. and Mrs. Larry Norman and
# steam iron with 29 vents and chrome finish openerWlt1h
,or can Lissie Starling of Jacksonville daughter. Rhonda, spent
I k #I-117B fold-away table rest. Opener and mixer in assorted Monday. Saturday with their nephewand

Mrs. Raymond Bryan spent niece Mr. and Mrs. Andy
X1508 Tuesday with her daughter-in- Harvey and Derrick, of
law, Mrs. Ted Bryan and Perry.
1 daughter. Lisa, of Gainesville. Friends of Earl Starling.
POLYP 7PRDCTOR YOUR $897Brews Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly brother-in-law of Mrs. Ola

attended the Dyal funeral in Starling, regret to learn that
4-8 cups Polypropylene CHOICE... Gainesville Friday. After the he is a surgical patient of St.
Assorted colors / __ LIMIT 1 funeral they visited their Vincent's Hospital Jackson-
37.6976 S02 $697 cousin Mrs. Lonnie Futch ville. Our prayers are with
LIMIT 1 r and their sister-in-law Mrs. him.The
Thelma Kelly, both of Gaines children and grandchildren -
ville.Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. David W.
Fred Moore spent Moore of Jacksonville
Wednesday with her daughter honored them with a receptionon
Assorted GlassJARS Mrs. Danny Thompsonand their 50th wedding an
y HANGING sons of Jacksonville. niversary t Leatherbury Hallin
Mrs. Loca Raulerson was a Jacksonville Sunday after
Tuesday overnight guest of noon. Feb. 8. Relatives and
h Q CEDARPLANTERS her son-in-law and daughter friends from down this way
Mr. and Mrs. John Browardand were Mrs. Drew Reddish

family of Jacksonville. Mrs. Mamie Lou Edwards,
Mrs. Pierce Crews and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Casey, Mr.
t Choose from 74''. -oz liberty bob 11 Onie Thornton were Wednes- and Mrs. Bill Edwards, Mr.
--Tf oz ginger tar 160-oz bubble ball or + day brother-in-law luncheon guests of their and Mrs. Clifton Brown Mr.

100-02 brandy snifter All include lids rIt' and Mrs. Waldo and sister, Mr and Mrs. J.T. !\Ioore..Mlke
1 Pringle of Moore, Miss Arthurine
r Select the perfect planter from a large Worthington Springs. Blanchard. Mrs. Mae Wells
cam. assortment of four charming styles. Made Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Grant of and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore.
of cedar. Mexican cart 9X6X9"eFern box with their spent brother-in-law the weekend BirI
YOUR 6x6" eLog basket 12X7X5Vi")( Hexagon sister Mr. and Mrs. Jim and ,
tl "' 1 basket 14x7'/' X5'/." Rosier, their nephew and June Brown of Lawtey

,' CHOICE... ''I niece, Mr. and Mrs. Hewitt announces the birth of a son
\ Brice. James Eugene born October
i f Mr and Mrs. Truman and 23 in Alachua General
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt Hospital. Grandmother Is
visited their son-in-law and Mrs. Purvis Brown.,

' $ daughter Mr. and Mrs. Jack
$997 Harvey of Orlando Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Donny Wise of
J97 Their sisters Mrs. L D. Dor- Lawtey announce the birth of
man and Mrs. Leila Peevy of a son Christopher Eugene
""" Ocoee and Miss Alan Brown of born Jan. 19 in' Alachua
EACH Olivester, gathered at noon General Hospital. Grandparents
11 i1EEi for a family get-together. Mrs. are Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Harvey had a bad heart Ralph Wise and Mr, and Mrs.

Eugene Austin, all of r Lawtey.'

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I'' On Tap This Weekend In Lake Butler za ,


I, L'nionCbunty High School. in the seven team r. 'he ewrfer The icier, orictn at 7p m defeated the Red Devils 6533and On Saturday night at 7 p m.
riia' ,'U1 feature Chiefjod 71-43 the the championship will be
Lake Butler will host the oldest ence P K Yonge of Gumsvile : :. in regular season
I conference in the stale of the regular *ea .or: : w 25 no was in 12 league games between the rivalsi decided pairing the schools
c-recs and:! Ve berry M on who have the best conference Only five tournaments are
ardthree the
champion with nine wins : wind greeted
Florida annual tournament. will be north
ICK S tZ for adults The this according to
I records for the New- left for year.
r !ot'.as.an season.
lasses automaticallygets Pool
the !Su'.annee Conference and$1 for students each night Bassmasters at Crawford who said that
berry will meet Hawthorne in
a bye into Friday mgM i Feb. 7
KaskeUAatl Tournament with\ Saturday.
FirjJ 1 eaxae en Thursday Shad this contest The Panthers on Bryant is shooting for 1,500
three Thursday semi< final round They will The Bryan trophy will" hard to find a spot toget
earner on It was
Keb 1 two flames on Fnday meet t the winner of 1M"Il mfct at t 99 p m will feature he awarded during the final have won eleven and lost one out of J the .. nd. points for the year, so you can
Feb 13. and two en between Cross City and Flawthorne tttUsstcn: with three ""wins and night of the tournament Saturday and the Hornets hate won ten BobbTavlor and Neil see that Bryant plans to keepon
Feb >I. who both loeeed! seven rare tosses m the conference to a football player from and lost two It should be an Crawford finally found a plugging.
Saturday. w il15 and five losses in the conference ryprairsz the host school. L'lLS one of the conference schools outstanding preliminary to calm to fish as the The next monthly meeting
Pairings are bit50Pd on the ( and who meet on with eieht wins and four w ho is an outstanding scholar the conference championship Sam Ja ks." ftl t.tlS fairly wind"seemed spot to have shifted will be held on Tuesday. Feb.

I regular !season standings! d Thursday night( at '> TO p m losses The Tigers easily athlete same stops nnKlentiried member of more to the north. northeast. for 17 at 100 7:30 percent pm. with attendanceThe a hoped

I ".K. Vonge from driting all Bassmasters
At the time will be Wjman

I : BHSNetters Open 6-1 Over Santa Fe, Bow 5-2 To Oak Hall away tlelKlrom from'31'basket>> .of the as Josh Blue headed manned to their their favorite boats Hawg and Smith.Creme speaker a field Worm.representativefor

Stave looks on. Hole Durkee got his rod and line
I 8-2 Friday afternoonand Scott Tinsler moved up from Oak Hall's precision Stiefel-- Crawford and Taylor fished busted in Rodman and says
Bradford High rxn netten'ipfKd 1 1-1 1 for the opening of tennis Finley! tried several baits
4-8 beating from the number six position of the Dace pairing hard. and bass involved would
; 'h-r va'rfir u'lh, season heating Paul O Dea in taking a made with that
i I Hi/Tie! ... SteiUlVAhite victory Friday in Santa Fe. As Samonsnow< haxeal-l record. the bass full of I log stumps and
i oo"Oru', << : (Hall s John Crews also in returned to man is
Andy Butler and Patterson All Bassmasters
af.rnftor fell behind early in the number five man Tuesday beating those 15 pound Haugs come
I iav dropped Santa 'F".. taking home an 8.5win Tinsler took another 8310 in in Santa Fe 8-1 and losing .-8 the landing for the weigh-in at winch
rallied Chuck a
'h ir ec' over [Marry R ho ton and StringfellowVarsity sundown
a fir-iai"* -'''"*' 'r->m r wines Shell; I 77 bu' I lust couldn't tv Tuesday by' over Oak Hall's proud junior to Meet P.S. all the bass was and a plow line it on
'.. ) ld the match was overpowered high player Huntley Gordon After broomstick, I bet it won't get
\ ilk nv a 'f >A TuevJaa ij > on! it grab Inc Knoton 1 1.8 netters will face weighed. Crawford and Taylor a line the second

j i nermairam Rand'. < rews jlvo stands! I I ./John Samons number four Green Cove Springs today w ere deC'laredhe\ winners. off Chuck's

d' 'h* tan int alter 'h' 'irs'' 'wo matches in the BHS lineup took a White and Crews were 'Thurs i at 3'30 on the Pratt Here Tues.One with H F Wiggins and R.F time bed
I .iijr.,it.el > aTO stands mashing: -san'a Ff s Kev in squeaker from RichardStnngfellovk forced to forfeit their doubles Recreation Center courts. Bryant finishing second. Bass will go on just as
I of, Oak Hall Tuesrtd match in Santa Fe due to while the girl players also the individual w ho came in soon as the water warms to
i i to bring! his season record absence! of their opponents play' the Green Cove team at of the largest groups to with the most pounds on the about 60 degrees or better
'n, ,two AIDS He came through causing the team's only I loss the country clubBBS come out for the Bradford bass was :Veil; Crawford who they' are full of roc
uith an HI win over Sdnta that day The White-Crews! High golf team is in the pro- had nine bass that weighed in March or even late February

!"... s Kolxrt Patterson Fnday team again lost Tuesday, this cess of practicing for the 1976 at 15 pounds. five ouncesAt could be the prime lime
I of terrmniv, time by a score of 1.8 against;! Lifters season with five returning let- the end of seven tournaments to catch those Hags budd' gin
termen out. according to the top ten'members Rodman.
Coach Warney Adkinson who include Bryant. WigginS Pat See you on Tuesday Ftb I 1.
Netter! BoI wToGHS Go 37-25 hopes to improve upon the Welch. Earl Muse. Crawford. at 7'30 pm.

record of 13 wins. and eight Harold Branne. JodyStarling..
I knew! GHS would, be have to work hard to im- losses last year Charles Durkee. Don Thompson Neil Crawford
'tough and they certainlywere prove." coach Howard said The first match is to be next < and W T Smith
-aid girl's tennis coach Ormsbee and Mitchell By ColtsLed Tuesday. Feb, 17. with
i1 I/If Melba Howard of her JV teamed up to meet defeat 2.8 Palatka South in Starke. BHSMatmen 301DRIVEIN
the hands of GHS's A total of members have
>|uao s 8-0 loss Monday! to at Suzy b'ollke: Crews 13
RootFRUITNUTSHADE Gainesville High Femberg and Sally Hill state come out for the team with six
Packaged-Bare sE2 defending champion the To Compete
In the second doubles actually performing in the
Bradford High Weightliftingteam
Mern Ormsbee and Robin match. Chen Wall and Christi dual meets with the low four
f first match of the
TREES won its
Hood lost >-8 in single! play Green close toward the
ne dropped a one scores counting
i by defeating the North In DistrictA Jeff In
!season { Bridges
Lassie' Riddick lost 7-8 Li18htch..JI ,-8 to their GHS opponents. team total.Adkinson.
Marion! Tolls 37.25 in an event
Special: 0 \ and Judy Williams Varsity girl netters mec.IGreen held at the BHS FieldhouseSlednesday listed the top six 10 man Bradford High
droppt'C8 J decisions and Cove Springs Thursday Feb 4 as :Mat Herres. Lee Casev. School wrestling team will

Good Selection I Becky Wall did not score at 3'TO at the country club. Young! Crews. according to Wade Winkler. Bobby Patterson. travel to Spruce Creek near HEARTSOF
against her Gainesville Highopponem Both girls and boys varsity coach David Hurse. has been Jr. Gene Tanner and Daytona Beach to participatein
.. teams travel to Lake Butler real hard and has ninth grader Scott Roberts as the district wrestling
CHOOSE NOW Most! 'Jf l their girls had pre for 1 30 Monday afternoon shown working great the key members of the team. tournament to he held on THEWEST
r'i .lous experience and my girls matches opening the Union The players practice at the Thursday through Saturda\
WOFF are all beginners 1 was County High School tennis, season Starke Golf and Country Club Feb 1214. "
AND SAVE pleased tutol" now know we Weight-lifting meets are with the schedule follows'
( I, !schedule: divided in weight classes lib as The Tornadoes concludedthe
first place being awarded five Feb. 17 Palatka South here. 3 regular season with ten
Feb. 19 at West Nassau.
p m. dual meet wins against three
points second place three ,-, I't. "" MPC. ''ow.
points and third place one 3 pm. Feb :20! Green Cove dual meet losses MOM..., Um1edllMislf.
GreatestMotorcycle here 3 Feb. 27 .
point In the event there is atie.in Springs! p.m. Coach Roger Chilson announced
a weight class the at Ocala Forest. 3 pm. the makeup of the -PLUS-
March 4 West :Nassau.; 3 p m.; team that he will take to the
Save 50 A higher point score is awardedto March 8 Femandma Beach John Wayne In
Bag tournament102
(. the person in the class with
3 30 March! 12 at
.MN. 1i( the lower weight according to pm. -- pound class. Allen
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p SUZUKI Sale Ever! Coach HurseIn Palatka South 230 pm. :Montgomery109

Now In Stock :March 16 Macclenny 3 pm. pound class RickNorman '
:\ a meet of this type all .\
:March 18 at Green Cove
/ ,. $599 paricipants three attemptsat & Mon
j-- y TC-125 Was 780 NOW March 26
d Springs.! 3pm -116 class. :Martin
aI "' .. f clean and jerk and another Hit
l. Seed Potatoes TS-125 Was '780 NOW $599 catagory! called bench press. Lake City :3pm April 2 Slocum has been seeded Isaac Hayes In
Black KowMANURE \j The total score comes from Ocala Forest 3pm.: April 6 sixth in his weight class.

t, Onion Sets J TS-250 Was '1085 NOW $859 adding clean and the jerk.best attempt and benchpress at East side. 3pm.. 3 p m.April. April 9 atIacdenny. 13 Menu!-123 who pound was class.also Tommy seeded TOU CAN JUDGE MOVIE BT ITS COLORwA1i5T''H

I the Orange Park. 3pm. Apnl 15 sixth in this weight class
FreshVegetable I TS-185 Was 890 NOW $690 I score in provide' the catagory highest is 10 at Kastside: p m.. April 27 at -130 pound class. Stanles

All OrganIC f A Was '770 NOW : pounds than the second Lake City. 3.30 p m : Apnl 30 Williams
TM-100 551500i J I highest one day district tournament at -136 pound class Krle:
Weed Free ;
Lake City Golf and Country
: SUMS( \ft\ Club Biggs _.. ..... ....
Flower -142 ;!c 1ft 1 ryeun ",ully' .d'.tIWRTISTRH '
50 Lb Bag t \ (1 USED BIKES I -12. pound class first. John pound class no one
: Kilbv B> 37ii second :Martin entered as Dwight llewett is
Reg 2" $249 \4 I Slocum 'B'' 2fiO third Fred on the injured list al the present -
Seedv4! Run Dribble r U Mire,.eM'..!..!........t"IUfI.J
1974 Indian 75CC : Brown' :'N\l; I 220 time "
......" $25000 -132pound class first Dean -14 t pound class. Joe Laz It9I"e5PHbdiiC! !! R

J Brown ''B ::<:30. second :MeUinDore'NMi enby, the defending district I.. W OJ II' ,OJ ,..'. JO''
LO1IDA GARDEN 1975 Kawasaki 100 CC Wa Rebuilt'to $39900Just : ;: 2M Shoot Contest champion who has been -PLUS-

Rebuilt -148 pound class first Mike! seeded number one in this

EST CENTER 1974 Kawasaki 175CC Was E $599 Crews ''Bi' 505 second Lionel Held Feb. 4A weight class 0-
Richardson ''NM: ; > 410. third -159 pound class. Charlev
oltrROt Rebuilt Billy Stone 539 E. Call St. 1974 Honda CB 200 Was o $49900 number of boys and girlsat number .
pound class first Danny seven171
Call 9645745Home school levelin
1974 Bandit 100CC $199 :Moore iNM:;: > 465, Carmen elementary Bradford .- pound class. Kenneth
Office Gainesville Fla Est. 1949 Also In Ocala SivolliM< :;: > 4)0) Sam BennettB County participated Cruger

Crystal River & Palatka Lake City Starke Jacksonville < >2.to: in the District" Run. -189 pound class. Dennis l1 Meraocoun

St Augustine, Tallahassee Suzuki of StarkeMANUFACTURERS -181 pound class first David Special Dribble,Shoot Olympics" contest Brown
Godsey 'iBi I 490.ndrew
Hodges > NM: : > 480. third Steve Friday. Feb 4. at the Brad. --

0000 Earnest: ''B> 415198 ford :Middle School gym WORLD FAMOUS

class first Scott
pound Those who participated in
Pooser <'H.> 415 second. Keith the finals, according to
Carter 4J( :). third John Johnson coordinator :Myrna Lou Kahn
:N\l; I'i 370Heavyweight were local winners of a EVIL"if
class first previous contest which was "DR.
SHOW ROOM David Jones) < :NMi; 470 held at Bradford High!( School

second. Tommy Edwards iBi about two-months ago
440. third! David Giles i.NM' : ; )
OPEN TO PUBLICARE 405. Results of the District
; Special Olympics were
OUR EVERYDAY c'' Easy Care Polyester Softball MeetingSet c decided by the youngsters LIVE
four different
LOW PRICES..WE / ( PANT SUITS 1 1200.1TCAN next WeekFirst typesof participating'Run.in Dribble-Shoot .

SAVE YOU A ? P Screen nose participating include rant
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BUNDLE PRINTED BLOUSES of the 1976 adult softball Carter 49. Starke Klemen-:

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Complete Line of ladies & Junior 3.75-4.50 the Starke Recreation Department :McDuffie 19, Southside
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Short & Lonq Sleeve
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Trimmed Coats RIGHT NOW! 8 p m. in the old armory All sworthy 51. Cathy Perry 32.
teams are asked to have a Pat Stewart 18, Bradford
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I Jobbers Welcome | are some important rule Miss Hahn said the winners

changes will be decided by sending the KENSTEINr

The Men's Church Leaguewill results from the Bradford A
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High Waisttd Gabardines 5.25 17. at 8 p m. In the old armory. have the scores entered into a vM
I.FIM'HF: The Women's Open League computer to decide which
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Tigers Come From Behind, Defeat PKY 6659LAKE

Josh Hellstrom started to Perry was the leading Jesse Blount, the leading
Gerry White hit on a bucket Union High: Holmes 408, Parry 9 6It Scorn by Quarters
one which made it 8-2 in favor of I find the basket in the third scorer for the Tigers with 24 G While 106. Williams 204, p scorer on the Baby Tigers, UHS 6 12 M '19 54
the top games of the season in quarter for the Blue Wave points Paul White got 14 While 7 0 14, Jackson 4 2 10. Totals 29 8 had an outstanding defensive PKV 8 12 8 8 36
the Suwannee Conference the the Tigers but the championBlue getting five big buckets, but points and Sam Jackson 66 performance being credited
Union County Tigers came Wave started to find the chipping with PK. Yonge: Griffin 3 06, Edward 8 with 12 blocked shots and
behind in 10. .
from behind to defeat the range as Edwards hit on two the Tigers some 01' J Hollstrom 8117, Fin Jill I Union HIgh: Andrews 1 02. J/trkson I
in with five
regular Hellstrom/ with 17 and joined points on 02 Sm'1h 3 06 Holmos 10 '
2. 4
maintained six Prlnolo
steady play, a 215
more shots to knot the game at Hope Loath l 0 6. Totals' 28 3 59.
tIiii season conference cham- with the Edwards with 16 kept the offense. I 11 SirmonM 6 0 12 Stoutmniro I I 3.
: pions, the P.K. Yonge Blue 8-8 before the Blue Wave Lake points Butler 52.46 at champions in the contest. LAKE BUTLER Tiger The Tigers now 'nave won Read 1 102 Dukes 000 Blount I 135,
cagers Webb I 119 I rolfllS
moved to a 13-11 first quarter 238 54
Wave 66-59 Feb. 6
on Friday. nine and lost with
lead. the three quarter mark.In Tracy Fitz had 11 points for junior varsity cagers came seven two
here in the final regular sea the Blue Wave. from behind in the second halfto regular season games PK Venue ChltholmjOA R Garnet
son home game for the Tigers. easily defeat the P.K. remaining on the schedule I 02. Blllch'108.Fill 1 2 4. Quintain I 0.
The Tigers grabbed a quick Perry again had an out the final period of play "it was a great team effort Yonge Blue Wave JV 54-38( in a P.K. Yonge has now won six /.LoeO ) I Cunningham 4 1 9. J Combo
6-2 lead the of by the entire team said Inn, Totals 16 4 36
in early going standing shooting performance the Tigers opened a 58-50 contest played here on Friday games and lost 13.
the contest hit in the up Coach Jimmy Thomas of his
as Boyzie Perry second quarteras with less than five ( [o'eb.6.
three sensational 10-foot he hit margin Tigers
on on three field
goals The started'strong
minutes to play in the contest Hlue wave
jump shots his first three and three foul shots
on along with The Blue Wave tried to come UHS hit on 29 shots in the of Paul White's three Hart Feed
opening stages buckets
the Edwardswas back, cutting the Tiger mar 47.3 average.The Blue Wave moving to an 8-6 lead after
contest. Jerry gradually move the Tigers gin to five points until Perry shot( on 28 of 57 for a 49.1 average trailing the Baby Tigers 6.2 in
the only member of the into the lead and take a 36-30 free throws to the early of the period.It Bradford
sunk two wrap The Tigers sunk 8 of 15 stages County's Full Service
Blue Wave to score a bucket lead into the dressing room at
during this of the contest. halftime.will up the big victory. from the free throw line and was more of the same in
I I P.K. Yonge had three of eight the second chapter as the Fertilizer DealerFERTILIZER
I from the foul line. Baby Blue Wave grabbed a 11-

I Have Potential To Be In State the P.K.Tigers Yonge 29 to 28.outre Perry bounded and 8 rush lead by and the held Tigers off to a lead strong at f-R"

the half 2018.
Ralph Williams the
were big
1'11111'hltl' 1151 1'IIS leaps rebounders for the Tigers with Sparked by Meve Sirmones' !!
ill h.iskrl dl'op'| through honk five each. three buckets
Gerry and Paul in the third ."" .
for ii h.iskrl as Ralph Play-Offs : Stroemer White plus Tim !McGill had chapter the Tigers had a 35-28 (Bag or Bulk) -
\\illi.inis )112)| and| Sum ..l.iiItmm : .. four rebounds each. advantage at the three quarter -
((201 look on in game with mark of the contest.
I'.K.'OIiJotI'. LAKE BUTLER Terry also serve as a utility in: March, p.K. Yonge, away at Tiger record on the seasonIs
Strocmer, Union County High fielder. 1 ptn; March 9, Newberry 10 wins and eight losses with The final quarter saw Sir
School baseball coach feels away,4 p.m.; March 11, Santa eight wins and four losses in mones with two more buckets FRM Complete Feed Seed
BHS Five this year's team which Harold Esford, a junior, 6-1, Fe, home at 7:30: p.m.; March the conference. P.K. Yonge and Leandrew Pnngle with
season on Tuesday,opensits Feb. 150 pounds, will be the third 12, Chiefland away at 4 p.m.; has now won 11 and lost nine three baskets spark the Tigersto Wholesale Retail
17, with a home game with baseman. Stroemer said he March 18, 19 20 Suwannee with a 9-3 record in the conference the victory. or )
hasa strong arm and will give Conference Tournament at to lead the conference bya
HandlesN.M. denny Baker County has the potential High of to Mac-be the Tigers some power at the UHS in Lake Butler; March game over the Tigers and Pringle sirmones with with 11 were 12 points the and big We Also Offer Spreader Truck Service

in the state playoffs. plate. He will also be, accord 23, P.K. Young, home 4 p.m.; Newberry who were tied for offensive for the :
UIIS has won the Suwannee ing to his coach, one of the March 25, Bradford High at second place. Tigers. guns Baby & Bull Dozing
Conference baseball championship candidates for leading hitter. Starke, 4 p.m.; March 26,
the three Billy Woodington, a sophomore Dixie County, home at 7:30: Gary Cunningham with nine Homer F. Hart Owner Hwy 100 West At Bradford
Colts past years. 5-8, 135 pounds, will be p.m. ; March 30, at Hawthorneat Score by Quarter points and Randy Blitch with
Stroemer feels that P.K. the backup man at the hot cor 4 pm. UHS PKV II 25 '16 14- 66 eight markers led P.K. Yongein 496-2093 Union County Line
13 17
Yonge of Gainesville will give '16 13 59
ner and has the potential to bea April 2, at Santa Fe, 7:30: the contest 4 T Chg 226Cox's
the their
Tigers <<
strongest good ball player, accordingto p.m., April 6, at Williston, 4
SPARK The high flying outstanding pitchereswill Stroemer. p.m.; April 9, Newberry
Bradford High Tornado basketball the Chris Lawson,a senior, 5-11, home, at 7:30: p.m.; April 10,
team came from Both spice Tiger when lineup. 145 pounds, will be their left Chiefland home, 1:30: p.m.;
behind in the second quarterto are not play on shortstop the mound. they Bill fielder. lie has a strong arm April 13 Hawthorne, home, at
and Stroemer said he is 7:30 April 16, at P.K. Great
defeat the scrappy North /Hem me and Tim Whiteheadare pro. : p.m.;
Marion Colts 70-62 to win its the ones who will do the bably the smartest<< player on Yonge, 4 pm.; April 17, at
fifth victory in a row [Friday. chucking for Stroemer. the team. Keystone Heights at 2 p.m.;
[Feb 6. here.F.arlier Hcmme is a junior, 6-0, 160 David Powell, a junior, 5-7, April 20, at Dixie County-
145 pounds, will be the backupleft Cross at 4
: in the year the Tornadoes pounds, and had a 7-2 record City p.m.
easily handled tie List year. "lie has the poten- fielder and has played on UHS will host an eightteamsub
the team for several seasons. district baseball tournament -
Colts, the first unit left that
tial to be the best pitcher in
game early in the second half. the state," Stroemer said. Jimmy Mobley, a senior, 5- on April 21, 22, 23 with
But BUS really had its hands Whitehead is a senior, 5.11, 6,150 pounds, will be the start two teams qualifying for the Instore
full here according to Coach 185 pounds and will possibly ing center fielder. He is a good district baseball/ tournament
i runner and will lead
Mike Sexton probably
be able to pitch one game a
the team in walks and runs.
The Colts, playing well on weekGlenn.
lM>th offense and defense, Kemp, a junior, 6-1. Backup man for Mobley will
moved\ to a 119 1 first quarter 173 pounds, will start his third .be Tim Crawford, sophomore
margin Sparked by eight the catcher 5-10 150 pounds. t
season as Tigers
night field will be mannedby
points byVam> Berry the Stroemer said he has a strongarm
Dean Dukes, 6-1. 175
Tornadoes fought back to
and is a good defensive
pounds, who has the strongestarm
assume a 2'-2H! halftime lead catcher
Going into the final stanza the "Fred Clemmons will be the of anybody on the team. 1 .
Tornadoes led 47-4'i Dukes will add some power at
first baseman and will also be
and\ Milton the plate according to Stroe
Wavne Berry as backup catcher. David
Baker each had hot hands, in Lovelace, a senior 6-3\ 215, mer.Gerry
the final quarter each getting currently on the Tigers bas- White a senior, 6-2,
lead the Tornadoesto 165 pounds will come out for
16 points to kl'lballteam will join the team
after the basketballteam
the team
its 12th win in 16 contests. alter the basketball season
Baker was the big gun for the and will be the backup man at concludes<< its season. He
Tornadoes<< with 26 points. first base. will be a utility player and

Wayne had 21,: as the pair got "Clemmons is the best defensive according to Stroemer, most SALEOne f
:. !>ot the Tornadoes;70 points. first baseman in the likely will play in the outfield. \ -
a' Tim McGill a senior, 6-3,
s Levi West t. who has had a area" Stroemer said.
hot hand lately for the Colts, Danny /Ha/en, a senior, 5,11, 195 pounds will be another out
in 2):) markers to field candidate once the basketball
poured keep 165 pounds will play second
concludes.The <<
the Tornadoes off balance
during the entire contest.! The base lie was the leading 1976 baseball schedule
Colts now have won two hitter on last year's team as a includes, Feb. 17. Baker l-arrv White just couldn't
games and lost 13 on the season kit fi'lderth, a batting Hawthorne 4 p.m.: Feb. make this shot, although he
Ace Evans: and hotshot average of 315. With White- 20 home 3:30: gave his Oak Hall opponent a Day Only
Gordon; with 12 points each head and Hemme the Tigers p.m. Feb. 21, at Baker goat match Tuesday afternoon .
acre also in double figures forth should have an outstanding County, 1:30: p.m.; Feb. 24, Larry dropped his
home at 3:30
Hawthorne, :
(' Colts. double play combination. singles!: match 97.
BUS hit on 31 of 68 shots fora This rear high school base. pm. ; Feb. 27, P.K. Yon e,
4"i:; percent shooting average ball has adopted the home at 4 p.m.; Feb. 28, Key Graffito; ir. coin laundry.
They hit on only eight of 20 designated hitter rule of the stone Heights! home at 2 p m. "Better to have loved and
March 2, Bradford County lost than to do 30 of
free I throw to keep t the Colts American League and Larry pounds
within striking distance. [Fleming at 4.9, 97 pounds, High, home 4pm.; March 5illislon. wash each week."
Wayne Berry had IB will fill that oosition Fleming \\ home at 7:30: p m: -Hal Linden in Parade. Saturday Feb. 14th8:3O

rebound, and Alfred Ross!
came up with 11 as the Tornadoes -

pulled do17 rebounds At Our
Baker had six assists and To

Ross! four as the Tornadoeshad
18 assists in the contest I
Baker is now averaging 16.9
points per game for sixteen Downtown Gainesville Store
contests with a total of 271 IMPORTANT I II

points. Wayne Berry is II I
averaging 16.2 with 260 points 1 I

Score by Quarter 19 S.E. 1st Ave.Downtown I

Bradford 9 31 'II 70 JON
.Marion U 13 I' I' 67

Bradford' Baker I 11 I 4 76 Wayne Berry NOTICE On The Square
11121. I ROM 178 Willis. Berry 304
Brunt I 102 Total 31870
North Marion, 00,00052 n Guynn 1 1I
I U. Butler 119 I Wf4t 8 '2J Evans 52
I 17 Bernard 107 I Total" 74 14 62

1 We're Having This Sale In Our Downtown Store To Better Display

BUS Faces Second Homestead Exemption Our Fine Furnishings Plus Better Serve Tou. Don't Miss This

Opportunity To Save Up To 5O% And More During Our One Day

3 Tough Notices Have Been Mailed Event Everything Is On Sale Plenty Of Free Parking t

BankAmericard And Master Charge Accepted.
Home GamesThree t

tough home games
face the Bradford High Torna- Due In This
Applicatior. are
does in the next five days as
they enter the home stretch of) Super Bargains
the 1973-76 basketball seasonin

Suwannee which County they meet Bulldogsthis the Office By Marcn 1 lf 1976

Friday Feb. 13, play the

day.Baker Holies Feb.County Cardinals H, Wildcats and this host Satur next the Save Up To 5O % R

Tuesday. [Feb. 17.

All three doubleheaders Person's Filing For The First

begin at 6:30: p.m.
Earlier in the year the Tornadoes And More

defeated a scrappy Time must Come To The OfficeIn
Live Oak five by a score of 71-
62. They will bring a record of
four wins and eight losses to

Starke for the rematch. Person We Will Have On Hand Additional Sales Personnel

Bolles<< in this wqek's rankings -'. 1c
carries a ninth place in And Credit Personnel Yo Serve You Better And
this week's 3A poll and has

won 17 and lost four "'"- Faster.Don't .

Macclenny earlier in the
season gave the Tornadoes a Gene LongProperty e .

/ !good game dropping a 45-40 . Miss It! Don't Miss It!
close one to them. They have
one of the top shooters in Appraiser
Northeast Florida in Bobby Downtown
Ford and have won three and

lost ten on the season .

The Tornadoes hope to 1st.Ave. Gainesville

extend! Its five game winning
streak in these home contests.


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___ __ ... 'Southside ,.. .
-- n n ............. ,.-- --- UpDateproblems ry a -AA-7IL .A VL ri-,c M1 -.I\JV .- -one Next I moved t "
As reported last week, Mrs. William's 2nd grade girls to read about for for year to
Rye Jay Hayes Jeff Sherman him! A.A. Watch next week namesof Gainesville and luckily
report cards for the third 6- Monica Maslowski!, Paula Jimmy Wilson. Milne's birthday was in students in the fourth and
week grading period were McKinney with the class and district meet are high enough. January.February. who have done job in Starke. Bradford
sent home with the children on Mrs. Lawrence's accelerated showed them key words to Run, Dribble and Shoot Is is Black fifth grades work this past six- County was a welcome change
Wed.,Feb. 4. 2nd grade class Mrs. Lawrence's accelerated look for when working with part of the Special I Olympics. Month and have History outstanding from a county as large as
The following students are Allison Denmark, Tom third grade class, word problemThe We congratulate La Verne and of we a Black week period. Duval. My assignment was a
recognized by their teachers Jan Brooks Cheri Foster, class and Mr Joseph on their athletic ac. prominent TEACHER SPOTLIGIiT second grade teaching
Watson Perri Giusto Erika Americans in
Pam Goolsby, Rosaland pictures, and Teacher in the Spotlight this at Southside. I
for outstanding work McKinney worked together on complishments. position 'con
during Gruen Jennifer Johns, books bout them
this period: Thressa McCollum, Vicki Lennon Tonya Sorrells, Greg several problems during the children to read. for the week is Cyndee Lawrence. tinued teaching second grade
Nazworth.Mrs. session. All of the students LIBRARY EXHIBITS Here is her story: I was born for four years. Two years agoI
Whitehead's third involved in the class enjoyedthe Benjamin Franklin was and reared in Jacksonville It received a new teaching
grade, Diane Wood; Mrs. born in January and we had a until I graduated from at
opportunity to work in a The Southside Library has was assignment SouU-side
DeWitt G. Jones Freaman's third grade classroom situation with their had several interesting display"Poor Richard's of his sayings from" high school that I left there. At which I am currently Involvedin
Sharlene Griffis, Melanie principal. exhibits on display recently, Pictures, articles Almanac. that time, I went to Greensboro and very excited about.
Wood. Ol>in pics WinnersWe one from the State Dept. of ,N.C. to major In Frenchat That assignment was teaching
Mrs. Kyle and Mrs.Elamilton's plus a listing of all his in- Greensboro College. After second
Funeral Home at Southside are very Transportation featuring a ventions accelerated and third
Reading class: pleased that two of our series of big photographs boys were and also shown.The two years away from home, I graders. This experience has
Bruce Davis, Sharon Woods, students had the chance to entitled "Roads lead to Many girls got"acquainted" decided to return to been extremely satisfying to
STARKE PHONE 64-62OO Wally Barker, Darryl participate in the district Run Places." Franklin from with Benjamin Jacksonville, attend Jack
Morgan. Dribble, and Shoot contest Also, we've been cheering and didn't this display sonville University and me.While teaching during the
I RENTAL.HOSPHMLBEDS On Wed. Jan. 28, Mrs.Shinholser's held at BMS Field Feb. 4. Pooh! "Three Cheers for ask "Who's Ben? major in Elementary regular school term, I went to
Lindy Beck
I WALK6WS: WHEELCHAIRS fourth grade La Verne McDuffie and Pooh" is a display of author, brought in some Education. In 19691 graduatedfrom the University of Florida purl-
CRUTCHES Math class was pleased to Rich the soap sculptures that she had J.U. with BA in Elem. work
Joseph are students A.A.Milne's books and poems carved herself a time to begin on my
: KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 473.3176 have as its teacher Southside who have the opportunity to and pictures. Even a big Well done out of bars of Education. Masters degree. During the I
It Principal Dewey McKinney. advance to the State com stuffed Pooh Bear has been all Lindy and we After graduation, I taught summers I attend U.F: full-
McKinney! discussed word petition if their scores in the encouraging the boys and sculotures enjoyed looking at your second grade in Jacksonville time. In June 1974, I receivedmy I
Masters degree in Early
- - - Childhood Education.
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gardening. Last year I boughta

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Disaster Drill Termed Success By CoordinatorsSuggestions

ya( for improve vice also pitched in and helped switch to the Sheriff's com- Starke-Police Chief Jimmy Bradford County Civil Defense -
v '4 ment aside the local disaster in the drill as a backup unit. munications network so that Bowen said that his depart. Director Jerry Thompson -
.i JL1 drill Jan 21 was termed a Baillie said one unit was left all rescue units, police fire, ment was notified by the said that he was Impressed -
complete success by Florida at the scene with a number of highway patrol and ambulances sheriffs department at the with the whole operation -
Division of Health representative KMT's and that several of the will be appraised of county jail and that his men of the drill.
Dan Cannon who was on area law enforcement officers everything that is going on. He patrolled Walnut Street and
: \ hand to discuss the drill more drove the rescue units to the said tha at one point we askedfor other major streets plus were
than a week after Its occurrence hospital with the Injured. some backup ambulanceunits asked to stand by.
I i Ha ilUe' recommended that and were not sure the Henry Block has
"The most realistic and suc- in future drills all personnel message was received. Bowen said that communi-
cessful of similar drills held in '" cations were broken down 17 reasons why
the North Florida area" was from beginning and that as
the report from North Florida Farm Bureau Reviews Key IssuesKey an elected officer he has you should come

Civil Defense director James available 14-uniformed men to us for incometax
Delzell. agricultural leaders Bradford County Farm that could be called into assist
The 31 ROTC students who from Dixie, Bradford Union, Bureau legislative committee. Injusta matter of minutes. He help.
? served as casualties in the Baker Columbia, and He urged strict enforcementof said he told his men on duty to
rr mock bus-tram accident on Gllchrist County Farm the Green Belt Law. Wat try to slow traffic down
Edwards Road were praisedfor Bureaus gathered at the terson said the law has through the city.Edmondson .
p a "superb acting job." In Columbia County Farm worked well in counties whereit
,4 fact, a nurse at the Bradford Bureau Office in Lake City, has been strictly Interpreted said that duringthe
rR. County Hospital was told by a Thursday, Jan. 29 to review drill that he saw no
; student, "Don't worry about key issues facing farmers and Watterson also brought out strange vehicles parked at the JlJlI" e
me I'm dead Delzell's letter !growers' in the up coming that Farm Bureau does not hospital. "For that reason we "".
also praised the "overloaded" legislative session. support any increase in ad did not request law enforce-
hospital staff for its performance Attending the multi-county valorem taxes for public ment assistance," Edmondson Reason 14.We're human, and
in the drill. Farm Bureau legislative school financing said. once in a great while we makea
Cannon recommended that committee meeting from Assisting in the presentationof mistake But if our error
the accident a rea be sealed off Bradford County were Florida Farm Bureau's Fire units from the Brad- means you must pay

in future drills, allowing only Freddie L. Watterson, priority issues for 1976 were ford County Volunteer Fire additional the tax We tax pay you any pay.interest only
emergency vehicles access to Tommy Hamilton and Charlie Communication Director Bill Department from Graham, or penalty We stand behindour
u1 the victims. He also recom- Baldree. Hunter, and Assistant Lawtey and the City of Starke work.H&R.
I mended that one person Legislative chairman for Director of Public Affairs Jim Fire Department came in for
should be designated in Florida Farm Bureau. Jim Emerson.A praise from Cannon for
charge of the disaster scene. Burke spoke briefly to the meeting is being planned response in getting to the :
Gerald Baillie, director of group and urged it to review with all counties listed aboveso scene and assisting with the
the Bradford County Rescue Farm Bureau's policies for that our area legislatorsmay injured after the fire part of 118 N WALNUT ST 9648286
Service, said it took approx. 197C be present. This meetingwill the drill was extinguished. I OPEN 9.8 MONSATQ
imately 50 minutes from the include board of directorsfor
...... time of the accident to treat "Taxes are still one of the each county. Policies in
'r. the injured at the scene and most important issues and the the interest of Agriculture will [ )
transport them to the hospital. Agricultural Assessment Law be the general discussion, said
He said both of the BC ambul- (Green Belt) is vital to George T. Muggins, presidentof E (i1 WooaoQEJL( (
tI ances were used and the agriculture's survival" said Bradford County Farm ;
Union County Ambulance Ser Watterson chairman of Bureau.

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Award Simulated Brick Stone Stucco
Winning BUS AthletesLeading -
pernini ,
the Bradford high Tornado football team to its inning 7-3: season brought, seven ,
senior grhldeni honors at the annual football h.inquet last Thursday night. Glen DeSue. bottom left was lauded outstanding( offensive! back and Andrew (farter to his right i
received the Specialty! T'lIm"I.rtl.. Jlale C.rHJi.J & Residential
EmmlltBright.secondrowleft."as honored asoidstandingoffenshrharkandScott! Poorer CUSTOM.
as ou..tandind"'l'n..I/ \,.. lineman 496.2185 I
Fla. 782-3896
Curtis! (Crawford back row left received a trophy as the team's! most 1 improved pUver BUILT Lawtey
Wayne Scott, back row center, received the Ronnie .then Sl'Iularohip"arll and Tommy I COMMERCIAL ---
HOMES \.a." rc: n Jrrl" :
Edwards was honored as outstanding offensive! lineman. CONSTRUCTION
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5 For UC As ", .., i--
Apply Inspector --- .

LAKE BUTLER Five The board received applica- Young explained that the
applications were received by tions from 25 persons for con- company installs water
the Union County Construction struction permits. Mettenzwi i heaters and other ranges in
Industry iind Licensing/ made a motion to table the houses. After a brief discus- does the rising cost ofelectricitycompare
Board at its regular monthly applications until the special sion the request was grantedon
meeting here on Tuesday. meeting next week It was a unanimous vote of the
Feb. 10, at the Union County approved by the board to take board.
Courthouse for the post of the applications up at the special The board approved the
building inspector. meeting refund of fees collected for
carpenters licenses which
Board Chairman Dick Per- The board granted an application they are not going to grant in :
nini appointed a committee by Clay Electric Co-op Union County. Those approved -
consisting of Garnett Dukes for an individual license for the refunds include
and F.L. Mettenzwi to screen the company at the request of CecilVilber $1900. David
the applications and report C.W. (mllli) Young, a repre- Rogers $10.00, and R Little costsCOST
back to the board at a special sentative of the company. $10).(00. with other rising
meeting set for next Tuesday .
; Feb!' 17, at 7 pm.

Those applying for the -
to replace Sam Wilson f r: Special SaleNORTH

who was fired by the board at
its January meeting include
J.T Parrish. Curtis G. Factory Trained NO' We Are Trained By t 4 Venn
demons, and C.C. demons. Ot In.TheFoeld Hard WonX''

Haverty is a former build- SPECIAL BUYING POWERS GIVES U SPECIAL PRICES In the past ten years inflation has

1 ing inspector in Bradford 40 Ft. TV Tower Complete ,::2
County and Parrish is also a .No Uqly Guy Wires Needed .HD Galvanized Rohn Tower zoom upwards just take a look at the
of Bradford
and a member of the Bradford County All Cannel COlor UHF VHF .Top Quakty Booster ."..,-". ;'. { chart on the left.
School Board .Automatic Allimce Rotor Bekten Coax Cable '>>>'1, Today we all have to dig 87% deeperinto

Pernini informed the board Labor and Tax Included 500% '. ,,;:: ..: '",' 5000/0 '" our pockets for food and 76% deeperfor

that Bradford County Building! Installed Price '365.00 housing. The cost of living, in general,
Mundorffhas I '
Inspector Wayne '
been assisting in Union BISFOREIGN I,a 50 Ft. Tower(Same Material) '399.95 has jumped 69%.
... ; < T r)
County three days a week He L *" 40 Ft. Extension Pole '260.00No : ; Our costs at FPL have jumped, too.
said that Bradford County .... The of wooden the of
'i price price
officials notified him that they Hidden Charges! Call Anytime ''

'would not be able to continue SALE ENDS MARCH 1st 1976 '; r: f: .: :: t.:,.F copper wire, the price of tucks in fact,

with the inspections in Union PH 475.1414 Jerry Agnew Melrose Fla. .. ,, ". ,k-i as we said, the price of practically
County after this month. .' (;) "" :
A ; "l;:(>'
," is
1>". '''' everything, up.
>j:f:,< .'\.< "
0> "- "", The biggest increase of all is the

.,'" .,. i'.A: ,: astronomical 500% increase in fuel oil
CRROWNERS 400% costs. A result of the internationaloil

", A"" ." crisis.
ak i These severe cost increases have
: .'
t : >> ,
;0;, <, necessitated two general rate increasesin
,, "
"',< $:('$-'\ ':)' <"3" ( 1971 and 1975)), the only two in FPL's

., ,''v.' ," '''' \",:. ,: ,. ,5 '.' 50 year history.As .

We Work on all Types of Foreign Cars ,"",\,",:;<<'{'"d." '; ,f.-;. increases, we are gratified that the cost of
From Anything Small to Motor Overhauls ,<.., ., N',. electricity including the fuel adjustment
," .
,' less than the of
-- charge has risen cost livingover
300% ; IJ1K; :'
the past ten years.
Watch For Our SpecialsTHIS ,::>, ....1'. FPL, by the way, doesn't keep a cent of

'I", ,, ,''" .
,' the fuel adjustment"charge. It all goes

',, ,'';\"'<, ..1;<"." .,.,,."' ,. l','" ..... ,,,.'.,). towards paying the extra cost of fuel.

WEEKS SPECIAL ,. ix, 'Y 41, ? \i. t One reason we've been able to keep

."". _.. ,, I' ', costs from going higher is nuclear
: 'S
', '"fi.-v.-',', ''"" "." generated It's the most economicalsource
VOLKSWAGEN $1 T95 :- .. "t.,1\-'Wt J"<;, 1,: ">.:<,, 11 I f. ;. : of energy available to us today. Last
:.<< y' .1'
I Parts AndLaborlncluded "" ". ." f. year alone, it saved our customers over
TUNE-UP ;, ., ;S"
zoo .!" .' $161 million in fuel oil costs.

T .' And to hold costs down even more
: ; .".- f':., ,: 1
CONSISTS OF .. .., ':',"!,.("- ,.,,{.,%.; we're building additional nuclear power

.:.' plants.As.
a matter of fact, at FPL we're doing
ADJ. VALVES ", .., everything we can to help keep costs
i down.
'} '\1'. But you can help, too. Because the
.... average homeowner has doubled the use of

e, electricity in the past ten years. There are
Have Complete American Car Department 100% 'r';;, \
) We Also a many ways you can cut down usage
Specializing in High Performance Work ,>, without sacrifice of convenience and

and Small Fleet Maintenance comfort. Pick up a free copy of our Watt

ss% Watchers Guide at any FPL office for ways

to control your electricity costs throughwise
CenterForeign %
Starke Auto 50 usage.

and Domestic Car Repairs

Complete Radiator Shop APL! '- Si

PHONE 964-8317 OPEN/ ALL DAY SATURDAY ...serving people. I .

STARKE. FLORIDA FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE! Sources: Bureau of Labor Statistics, and FPL Records


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I This Cotton dale Farmer Has Wagon Train Fever s IN fORESTRY alAI FOil COUNTY

When 46-year-old Gale Wol- The Cottondale, Florida, The wagon train made a admits it takes quite a bit of Mike Montgomery a mem- l h1'1'I'n' ,\. Iteeilj
ford climbs onto the seat of his farmer is an assistant wagon three-day stop at the Victor endurance to stay with it. ber of the Florida Bicentennial l'uunly: "Foiettlvr
covered wagon and grabs the master and one of the driversin Arnette farm near Hawthornethis "It Commission which organ-
reins of his team of four Florida's Bicentennial week and Wolford talked when gets tiresome all right, ized the drive, says benefits of

horses he begins to live a partof Wagon Train traveling( across about his experience as a have to you fight get out four there head and of being a part of the train far a i

America's past. the state The train will reach driver on the Bicentennialwagon horses outweighs hardships on the
day. he said
Graham. today (Thursday train since joining it every rigorous five-month drive. ILT '
with a grin "But I've fooled r ,.r four of five
Clad in blue jeans Wolford In the last yearswe
Fet 12)) where it will make an nine days ago. "It is worth it when I 110E. Iltlily
with horses all
lives to "ride the trail" ramb- my life and I you have seen the wood
ling along in the covered destination headingto Wolford who drives his four love 'em I enjoy just gettingup realizeyou Just might be makIng products markets rise to a
its of Valley horses eight hours a day at a he said,
history "There
wagon, enjoying the sceneryof driving my horses and tremendous peak in demand
Florida's countryside. Forge Pennsylvania speed of about four mph seeing the country" might' not be another one likeit. and price then plummet Into

The 50 Floridians now traveling economic stagnation.This .

...= II;. on the wagon train havea Since the wagon train 'rte'M near standstill con-
-- :. rugged life very similar to started in Polk City Feb, 1. dition was caused by the
.. tap n N /e' n a; r their pioneer ancestors who travelers on the train have nationwide economic

All Roatls W h IV'..- crossed the west a century developed close bonds with y" recession that our country has
Their day starts about one another Montgomerysays
i ago suffered during the past: two
Lead To Graham d I ?w STARKE ', 4:30 each morning building a years. The wood.using industries

-\ fire in the wagon circle to "We eat, sleep and work A mixture of the rustic and the practical not all the hay, paper lumber, pole
*-*ff I "V warm themselves. After eat together: everybody here is iipp.treliinil musical i>tiii| |>inrtit will fit into the hath of a cnv- and chemical companiesalike
M --i: IeeA ,1M ,. ing breakfast usually eggs, just one big happy family," he 'mlnumi.. s0 the Bicentennial tt'agun Train must necensmilv were slowed down to acrawi
,.l bacon, biscuits, and coffee said lot'hide n v.in.lliflniin Many of the companieswere
31Editorial prepared by their hosts at met l.'iiio) in Orange Springs forced to shut down for a
L.11r.i : ..N frflff "I.:. each Even though the train nearly supporters
encampment they hit
Ximil.iv night ami together thev devoured about Hill) pounds few days or weeks Some of
the I rail bout 8 a.m, The train usually keeps to the less traveled -
back of leaked chicken, li.uk road routes me slow and weary for the less stable companieswere
travels the back roads to roads of the state tlic liaM'U-rs. hug they s.ij he welcome is worth it at the mil forced to close their
it has still attracted bit
avoid traffic stopping brieflyfor quite a
of each
il.iv's journey doors for good
lunch which is usually of attent ion in the small towns

sandwiches packed at break and villages it has passed Luckily, the county seemsto
through. be shaking off the economic

fast.Very "When we recession and getting back into
little food is carried by go through a
the wagon train, the travelers town, hundreds of people action once again It seems to
depending on the generosity of always run and get their cameras be a long, slow process of
their hosts at each encamp- when they see us," Wol- recovery but we are apparently -
ment. The evening meal ford said. "I hate to count on the way.

might consist of spaghetti or how many times I've had my tl How does that affect you

hamburgers, or whatever is picture taken" since I started the woodland owners of

offered by the host. this trip. ,.,.Lr Bradford County Does this

Bathing and other essential One of the reasons for the mean that you can once again
activities are very close to the curiosity about the train is the sell your timber when it needs

pioneer life on those early wagons, authentic replicas of to be cut or you need extra
z wagon trains Often times the prairie schooner that cash in a hurry
showers are few and far between carried settlers westward
l during the 19th century The The answer to these
questions would have to be
"In fact, I didn't get to wagons are handmade of heoffered
white oak and yes. but don't t expect to
shower last night because I the
wooden wheels, copied peak prices you or
was too busy getting things your neighbor received in
after an existing model in the
done around here after we 1<))71': '! If you want to sell
camped," Wolford said. "But Smithsonian Institute in timber will probably
Join The Wagon TrainNow I'm getting one tonight, just Washington D.C need to contact numerous

like the cowboys one every timber buyers for price
week whether you need it or The only authenticity mis: estimates rather than just
not." ing in the wagon train, according (ivii a *iv-nienihersiniiiiguinii|>, a few hoards anti, wires until
in 1976 the covered wagons are The chronicle of the pioneer wagon to Wolford, is the jugsof ] and a |piano it I is hard! lo Im.iume how the Kurnlennl.il pel waiting knocking on someone door.comes

once again on the trail recalling a bit of train is in fact the story of infant Tents are pitched at night moonshine the original pioneers FiMineis keep it all t uether, lleie they !set lilt| for Mimil.it: your
but of the travelers
early American history that is almost America, and citizens of Bradford some a little more protectionfrom prefer carried. .high; l's shown in ILiuthoine.. which saw a liiinout of jboul.Till. You most likely w ill have to

forgotten./: This time the wagons are County are fortunate in having an opportunity the cold weather so they "Yep. those jugs of moon .*.. : sell basis your timber a on a per unit

headed Eastwardback to Pennsylvania to get a taste of that early bundle up in their sleeping shine, that's about the only r; .:1. per cord getting for pulpwood given of)price per

the cradle of liberty. They are making American spirit this Thursday night, bags on the hard wooden: thing we are short of that the ....w} 1,000( board feet when you sell

a pilgrimage! to the birthplace: of the Feb.'' 12.Three. floors of the covered: wagons. old-timers: had" he said. ..... sawtimber

nation, to rededicate the faith of : But what if you don't even

America's citizens in the principles that covered wagons, comprisingthe have' the slightest idea how

inspired their forefathers to seek freedom Florida train on its way to convergeat much wood you have on your

and independence.The Valley Forge on July 3 with wagons County Agents By f ..I properly how ? Or how trees do you actually know

from all parts of the country. will makean BobbyTaylor 1r/ : OIUE should many be harvested at this
Bicentennial; Wagon Train pilgrimage !- overnight stop at the WJ). Barnes Notebook time'

to Pennsylvania: is a replay of farm at Graham.

history this time in reverse. A train of That's when you need the
advice of the County Foresterof
covered wagonsone for each state- While there the young people riding Your garden plans should be the "Florida Division of
crossing the ( from west to east where "xenia" effects show
( country with the train will musical
present a well underway by now even 3r Forestrye can examine
and! adhering as closely as possible the up on the: ears (lexample: limber stands and
program depicting! life in pioneer days though we are still getting; yellow kernels mixed with vour
historic trains and, wagon routes and this will be followed by a one-hour some freezing temperatures. white ones) determinewhat the best route
You should have' selected the for you to take might be. In
The pilgrimage will terminate on program of Bradford County talent. site lor your garden and Plant sweet corn in blocks some cases we will be able to

July\ at Valley Forge Parkjn Pennsylvania should be making "paper'plans : I I', rather than in single rows so help you! mark and inventoryyour

where it will encamp for two The wagon trains originated early in of a design showing the that much pollen is present in trees to be cut if it can be
the 19th century when settlers began actual arrangement of each the air around the corn stalks. completed w ithin a three man-
months the of the Bicentennial
during height moving\{ inland. An endless procession of vegetable in the garden area. This practice should produce Kven: singer rural Philips has In heroine an 1'111'11'10111 in day limit.

celebration.So. In designing your garden better pollination and ear fill helping set iii| I the 111\ raid. of IIIK'lophiines, sad lights incuriiii.ili'il .
covered loaded with household There also wherewe
wagons; are cases
here are some suggestionsthat | 1 inlii Hii-ir. st.iuipel 1 '
... "get,. along little Bogie get along, g timber This be due
get :along'e ,you at Graham tonight. western frontier round of mav
a supply
Group. crops by similar >ear to a tract too large t to fit into
fresh vegetables is not practical Band Stand for ParkIn
planting and maturation datesin our maximum allowance, or if
i order to keep the entire garden due to seasonal variations you were going to clearcut a
in production as much as For an ample supply of most stand Even though we may
possible. Within each group- seasonal items, approximately Bicentennial PlansAn not be able to assist you

ing block( ), give consider one-tenth acre per directly with such tlm'berI'all.'s.

ation to arrangement accord each member of the family fashioned band stand The octagonal band stand is we will be able to give
should be sufficient.
I, ing to plant size, for t the City Park on Church a .joint protect of the Senior you advice and direct you to
Arrange low-growing vegetables Design your garden so that Street was! among the several and Junior Woman's Clubs! ofStdike other people ready to :assist
: such as radish turnips crop rotation is practiced forthcoming projects with :Mrs I.e\vis ('haff such as Consulting Foresters:

mustard, and lettuce alongone This practice primarily pre discussed at the monthly as chairman Plans for the
: side of the garden for( vents diseases from living' hoard meeting of the Bradford structure are being drawn by In any case, \\hl'nOU think
over from season t to season Count Bicentennial Steering Ioe Kaufmann of the o-Tech you might want to sell some
block I, the medium-tall
grow- Try to avoid growing' the samevegetable Committee Center timber. one of the first steps is
ing plants such as peppers advice' Don't t
in the same location to get some just
bush beans and squash in the more often than once every Mrs 'half said other local I sell to the first huger that
1: middle of the and the
a umamai+.rrar non.r. three years In fact, rotation civic clubs! will 1)(' asked to comes to your door
tallgrowing'pgetabJes suchas should be by families of cropsas D1.7 UW( JGJJll assist with t the project since
pole beans, sweet corn and well as by individual crops. the expense III be illnl'e than Just as! you go about selling
stake tomatoes along the the Senior and Junior Clubs your house!! or car, determinea

other side. Such arrangements Use! slakes, string and a ( J 11J0 can finance She said several general price range that you
t felt minimize shading yardstick to lay off straightrows clubs and organisations have consider! acceptable Then
effects Follow your previously contact a number 01 buyers
\\illi.lln !S.Ilaas. already promised con- '
Think I It OverA More than one crop, each prepared plan. Place a garden rterans' !'l'I'Icl' ()fitrr tiibutions of mone.v, for bids for comparison!
label at the head of each row' materials and vnluntcei"
about the
requiring same Information the label Remember to gel bids! under
!spacing, be planted on labor other organizationswill
may comparable conditions, suchas
should include the ,
within a single row crop One out of every five among \ he contacted soon. the period of sale or weightconversions
and dateTIIKKOL'I .
recent survey taken In rt't'l'ntl'ks Senator Glisson has variety planting chairman said
among voungFloridi1 the Jl. million .\meiic\ins per cord when .
n'l Iwt weenthe( ages ol 1 IB f) and 25 Ix-i'n (conducting. a drive to publicize the Hun rows north and south so changes his! address liv' mm purchased by weight as is I
that to sunlight is other Iticcntennial -
shows the somewhat surprising{ result three vear mandatory sentence in the even exposure for all rows. Under' cer- i! ing each year events upcoming reported on most common today To make !

that a majority of those included! in the U'lid! that hen the law becomes the deal write up a contract j i
w : widely tain conditions planting on :\t least half of these moves! :Monday night were: i
that will be
survey favor\ tougher criminal laws... \known it will have a deterrent effect on the south side slope of a bed are potential problems for the -The Bicentennialagnn law to binding in that a courtof the i
: .
think the courts are too lenient..andfavor I those who plan to (commit criminal :acts running east and west might .\C..\I\ Veterans! Administration Tramshow at Graham tonight limber is cut according to the
have advantages' such as w tadprotection Almost half ol I those( peopleare i I'I'hursdayo> from I 7 lo !9 p m I
handguns.Senator controlling, private ownership of with the assistance; of I firearms and quicker soil Dear Editor: veterans their dependents 001\ Girl Scout pioiecl. with agreement the buyer and accepted seller by both I

warm up or survivois The continuing supervision bv' the Junior I

Billboards! like the one pictured that more than Three of our City Commissioners migration can produce Club. to paint fire hydrants on If you need assistance with

Jim Glisson, who has been alxive, recently placed in t the Starke city one Crops season, such span as strawberries spun Tuesday the roulette night! massive headaches tit. 1'ARe'c'ords 'all Street with a patriotic your timber call me at %46 -

leading a legislative fight for stricter limits itn PS.:101:!()! :North: are carrying should be placed to onl'sidl' wheel Feb 3,again and landed right back! Centers Bicentennial motif \ >;v in StaikeChiles

laws in dealing with criminals! and hand the. message to .vnungl'riminal'l., and of the garden so they do Into the lap of the big political To avoid (delavs in benefit -A lie showing( of the

guns expressed surprise at results of the those v\ ho may be potential; criminals, not interfere with seasonal machine controlling: them. checks and contusion in other oulstanc ? Florida Bicentennial -

survev because it is the l Ifi to 25 age that armed robbery and similar crimes preparation of the garden One old commissioner never veterans rel'ord1' urge all Commission exhibit To Visit
veterans or others entitled to dining the Bradford County
of the controlling lap
group I that will fl'lthl' greatest impact will carry, an uitomatic prison sentence Interplant quick grow ing got out commissioner never VA benefits, to promptly FairIolrch: ::11, April I 1. 2, 3.
from Senate Bill .">."> dealing with mandatory ot t three years if t the criminal is! (con crops like: radish among One joined new the controlling notify any changes"! of acldiess! This exhibit will consist of Starke Today

sentences for those who use firearms virU-d Signs are also being placed: in slower-growing radishes ones The out machine. I':\en if veteran is not presently three mobile units, and will
to commit crimes. -growing are that the numbers on benefits. also include local historical Sen Law ton Chiles c 11)..Fla i
( ('uinvi-mewe stores and other businesses! of t the way before the longer Now receiving it will be
the\eheelare right back where will save' t lime and eliminate items! in Starke today
carrying t the same message.Surely growing crop needs the space. they were in the beginning of possible error should they be --A costume ball with a (Thursday Feb 12)), to kickoff

Senator Olisson introduced. t the bill t these messages !should makeall Allow ample space betweenrows the DS&N:-'; incubators all the sought in the future if the v'et- Bicentennial theme' at the his Bradford County reelection -
for convenient cultivation big bluffs swept under the rug eran's record always rclUtt Starke Golf & Country Club on drive locally
which mandates
a minimum threeyearprison young people stop and think before June I 12An Sen Chiles will
meet with
with the type of tool you and a big effort put forth to his correct address
term for gun toting criminals! committing a crime while carrying a plan to use clean their political skirts, the -. fashioned picnic, supporters at an organizational -
convicted in court for arson, aggravated handgun! or other firearm. A three'year City Commissioners will settle With files on more than ft games and program at the meeting at the Garden
assault aggravated Don plant too much of any depth and attach- million living/ veterans, duplications Fairgrounds in Slarke on Restaurant from II :So a m. to
hatlt'rkidnap: prison sentence high price to fora back in
is a 1
; pay one at one time, of thousands of .
crop especially the local ) namesarecommona Saturday. July 3, followed by t t:30: pm.The
another surcharge! on
ping, escape, breakingand entering with lew quick bucks. those which !
crops must to raise more an incorrect square dancing to a live bandin dutch treat luncheon is
intent to (commit a felony. and aircraft be eaten fresh like radish. taxpayers to aid and abet their address ono serves to increase the evening open to the public.

piracy.. Think it Ol'r.Qtii and cannot be stored. Followour money guessing and gambling in the possibility of erroror It was also announced: thatIncornered 'hiles is limiting campaign/:
Planting Guide to determine the last City deUfy in theprocessing colonial hats contributions to ten dollars
how much row of each preparing claims! There are approximately have been ordered for the per person so each citizen can

crop will vield: budget.Keep in mind, the bill to the I. 17",OIKI) veterans in men and colonial aprons for have an equal share in his
of Starke from their the State of Florida the women to be worn on the representative to the United
pRID1 BRADFORD CO To' provide fresh vegetablesover of engineering/: firm for In the case of veterans currently streets on Saturdays during States Senate,
a long period time.
:May and June. The one equal share
4 SINCE IP79 .make interval plantings of preparing/: the impact fee receiving/: benefitsthe cam
for DS4N has lo be paid. new address and date of the paign has already attracted
p A
vegetable 10 to Bicentennial
any one plate with
ft/AClrVI/ pl1 every should be the more than 7.5)0() individual
doesn't It, dear taxpayer'The : move provided local
.14 (days This practice works scenes, is also being contributors
y roulette w heel will keepon Veterans: Administration afar nearing the state
OBI particularly well for crops designed for sale during the record of 7.BOO
advance contributorsset
from time to time in as possible
o spinning
such as beans, sweet corn andpeas coming months Gov
and losers in this game will :\I..hill''anI by Reubin Askew,in
S which
fr ijN-/ BOB '; FERGUSON JOHN M MILLER a short 197-1
be the average citizensof >IIPlIl'r"TIHInThe '
/VOH- Publishers "peak" period of quality. always FUEL CONSEBVATIOM Chiles will
Starke Those who have Veterans Administration Lfl come to Bradford

Published each Thursday and entered as second Class Mutter at the Post Office. at Starke. Fla. under Act Plant two or more varieties money will get more and those :l.loblle'an is scheduled: County from St Petersburg

of March 3, 1879 having different maturity who haven't much money will to be in Starke Thursday Feb where he has a Pinellas

Subscription, rarstn" trade area.' $6 per year 13 50 sis rnonths dates to prolong the season for have less. That's politics my 12, from 1-3 p m, at Den- County organizational meet.
Outside trade area $7 per year $4 00 six months anyone crop. While genetic friends mark's Furniture Store park ing
Phone9646305 : ,1 Starke Fla crossing may occur this is a Mrs Thomas F. Mixon ing lot on West Madison Sen. Chiles has an organiza
problem only in sweet: corn 888 West Madison St. Street tional meeting set for Flagler"
County later Thursday

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I This Cotton dale Farmer Has Wagon Train Fever/ -IN FORESTRY 1ABIO COUNTY


When 46-year-old Gale Wol- The Cottondale. Florida The wagon train made a admits it takes quite a bit of Mike Montgomery a mem-
ford climbs onto the seat of his farmer is an assistant wagon three-day stop at the Victor endurance to stay with it. ber of the Florida Bicentennial b> 'ferry.: \. 1t'I'd)'

covered wagon and grabs the master and one of the driversin Arnette farm near Hawthornethis Commission which organ- County Forester
"It tiresome all
reins of his team of four Florida's Bicentennial week and Wolford talked gets right, ized the drive, says benefits of It f
when get out there and
horses, he begins to live a partof Wagon Train traveling across about his experience as a have to you fight\ four head of being a part of the train far
America's past. the state. The train will reach driver on the Bicentennial ", outweighs hardships on the
horses day he said
Graham today ( Thursday wagon train since joining it every rigorous five-month drive.
Clad in blue Wolford with a grin. "But I've fooled
jeans Feb. where will last four of five
12)) it make an nine days ago./ In the yearswe
lives to "ride the trail" ramb- before with horses all my Hfe and I "It is worth it when you the wood
in the covered overnight stop headingto Wolford, Mho drives his four love 'em. I enjoy just realizeyou be aei have seen
ling along its destination of getting might making markets rise to a
Valley horses eight hours a day at a -"lpt > products
the driving horses and history he said. &
wagon, enjoying sceneryof Forge Pennsylvania. up my "There tremendous peak in demand
speed of about four mph "
the not be
Florida's countryside. seeing country. might another one like then plummet into
it.'r and price,
The 50 Floridians now traveling economic stagnation.This .

on the wagon train havea Since the wagon train standstill
rugged life, very similar to started in Polk City Feb. 1, near caused by the
their pioneer ancestors who travelers on the train have dition was economic
Isl- crossed the west a century developed close bonds with nationwide has
ago. Their day starts about one another, Montgomery recession that our country

Lead To Graham'TARKE ; 4 eCA 4:30: each morning, building a says. suffered The during wood-using the past two in-

fire in the wagon circle to "We eat sleep and work .\ mMnrr of the rustic anil'the practical not all the hay dustries years. paper lumber, pole

1- a te. : ;fi'r' >'t\ Fk ,*ty; warm breakfast themselves. After eat together; everybody here is apparel| | and miisical egnipniwit| will fit into the buck of a cov and chemical companies

i 00A :;r: J0 ing bacon biscuits usually and coffee eggs just ore big happy family," he Bret) wager so the liirt'iilennialYugon Train must necessarily alike were slowed down to a
said. include it vsin. crawl. of the companieswere
't q b F taC' 4l i 1 prepared by their hosts at Many
each encampment they hit Even though the train The train met nearly 1,500 supporters In Orange Springs forced to shut down for a
Siiml.iy nigh mill together Ihi-y devoured about KllO pounds few days or weeks. Some of
keeps to the
the trail about 8 a,m.The train less traveled -
Sampson iif baked chicken. Rack road routes slow mill for stable companieswere
travels the back roads to back roads of the state, ore weary the less
it has still attracted the travelers lint (they say the welcome is worth It at the pint forced to close their
avoid traffic, stopping brieflyfor quite a bit
lunch which is usually of attention in the small towns of> each day's Journey doors for good.

sandwiches packed at break and villages it has passed Luckily the county seemsto

through. be shaking off the economic

q fast.Very little food is carried by "When we go through a recession /.tlingback/ into
the wagon train, the travelers town hundreds of people action once again It seems to
depending on the generosity of always run and get their cameras be a long slow process of

their hosts at each encampment when they see us," Wol- recovery but we are apparently -
The evening meal ford said. "I hate to count on the way.

might consist of spaghetti or how many times I've had my
How does that affect
hamburgers or whatever is picture taken since I started you.of
the owners
offered by the host this trip."
Bradford County? Does this
Bathing and other essential One of the reasons for the mean that you can once again

r activities are very close to the curiosity about the train is the sell your timber when it needsto

I '' -1 pioneer life on those early wagons, authentic replicas of be cut or you need extra
Y Hamp ,n 't j wagon trains. Often times the prairie schooner that cash in a hurry?

a t/ 'ae '" showers are few and far be- carried settlers westward
'MW ilitfe! tween. during the 19th century. The The answer to these
1 questions would have to beyes.
"In fact, I didn't get to wagons are handmade of
white but don't expect to
oak and pine completewith
shower last night because I
offered the peak. or
Editorial wooden wheels copied prices you
was too busy getting things -
done around here after we after an existing model in the your neighbor received in
Smithsonian Institute in ... 107:1! : If you want to sell
Wolford said. "But
Join The Wagon Train camped I'm getting, one tonight just Washington D,C, 77Ghena need timber to you contact will numerous probably

like the cowboys one every
timber buyers for price
week whether need it The .
you or only authenticity mis: estimates rather than just
not." ing in the wagon train, according six-nicnab'r.inghig.: group, II few, boards tutu wires
Now, in 1976, the covered wagons/ are The chronicle of the pioneer wagon to Wolford is the jugsof anil ii 11111 nil. il Is hard to imagine.: ,him. the IIlt"'III"IIIIIIIIIII'I"- waiting until someone comes

once again on the trail, recalling a bit of train is in fact the story of infant but Tents are of the pitched travelers at night moonshine the original PiO- rormers. keep il all together" Hen Iliey. set up for.. :Mond.nHindi's knocking on your door.

early American history that is almost America and citizens of Bradford some a little more protectionfrom prefer neers carried. .: slum in llaulhorne.. which saw il !liirnmil of alx>iit You most likely will have to

forgotten./ This time the wagons/ are County are fortunate: in having an opportunity the cold weather so they those Zan.'r: sell your limber on a per unit

headed Eastward-- back to Pennsylvania to /get a taste of that early bundle up in their sleeping shine"Yep., that's about jugs of the moon-only basis getting a given price
the cradle of liberty. They making bags on the hard wooden per cord for pulpwood of perIKO
are American this
spirit Thursday night thing we are short of that the s r board feet when sell
( )
/ a pilgrimage/ to the birthplace of the Feb. 12.Three. floors of the covered wagons. old-timers had," he said. sawtimber you

nation, to rededicate the faith ofAmerica's
citizens in But what if you don't even
the principles that
covered comprisingthe
wagons have the slightest idea how
inspired their forefathers to seek free Florida train, on its way to convergeat much wood you have on your

dom and independence.The Valley Forge/ on July 3 with wagons/ County Agents By property? Or how do you know

from all parts of the country, will makean I r'" how many trees actually
Bicentennial Wagon/ Train pilgrimage Notebook BobbyTaylor t should be harvested at this
overnight stop at the VV.D. Barnes
/ to Pennsylvania is a replay of farm at Graham. 4 N La Ana Ylr time?

historythis time in reverse. A train of That's whl'n'ou need the

covered wagonsone for each state- While there the advice of the County Foresterof
people riding
('rossingthe country, from west to east, with the train will young a musical/ Your garden plans should be where "xenia" effects show the Florida Division of
well underway by now We examine
and adhering as closely as possible to the even up on the ears (example: Forestry can
program (depicting) / life in pioneer days, though we are still getting yellow kernels mixed with your timber stands and
historic trains and, wagon/ routes and this will be followed by a one-hour some freezing temperatures.You white ones). determine w hat the best route

of Bradford County talent. should have selected the for you to take might be. [In
The pilgrimage will terminate program
on site lor your garden and Plant sweet corn in blocks some cases we will be able to
July' 4 at Valley Forge Parkjin Pennsylvania should be making "paper? \\ rather than in single rows so help you mark, and inventoryyour

where it will encamp for two The wagon trains originated early in plans of a design showing/ the that much pollen is present in trees to be cut if it can be

months during the height/ of the Bicentennial the 19th century when settlers began actual arrangement of each the air around the corn stalks. completed within a three man-

celebration.So. moving/ inland. An endless procession of vegetable in the garden area. This practice should produce Kvni: stinger carol. Philips has 'lo b.t-ome. an rlcclriclaii! in day limit.

covered wagons: / loaded with householdgods In designing/ your garden, better pollination and .ear fill- h"'llln| l to. set up he in\ ,'ald of inicroplioni-s.. .. and lights im'firpoiMled -
here out. There. also wherewe
are some suggestionsthat are cases
... "get" along/ little dogie.i /get along, and supplies headed to the may be helpful. Ken: in Florida, a continuous inln. Ihrir si.me .pel. 1 lorm.lure cannot assist in "cruising"your

/get alon ". see you at Graham tonight western frontier. of timber This may be due
; year-around supply
Group crops by similar to a tract too large t to fit into
and fresh vegetables is not practical Band
planting maturation dates Stand for ParkIn
our maximum allowance. or if
in order to keep the entire garden due to seasonal variations.
For an ample supply of most you were going to clearcut a
production as much
Within seasonal items approximately stand Even: though we may
possible. each group- Bicentennial PlansAn not be ableto assist'ou
ing ( block), give consideration one-tenth acre per tim'berI'al..s
to each member of the family directly with such
ing to plant arrangement site/ accord should be sufficient old.fashioned hand stand The octagonal band stand is we will be able to give; '
for I the City Park on Church a joint project of the Senior you advice and direct you to
e Arrange low-growing vegetables Design your garden so that Street. was among/! the several. and Junior Woman's Clubs! of other people ready to assist,
such as radish turnips crop rotation is practiced.This forthcoming projects Starke with :Mr! Lewis Chaffas such as Consulting Foresters

mustard, and lettuce alongone practice primarily prevents discussed at the monthly ('hl rman. Plans for the
side of the garden. (cor diseases. from living board. meeting of I the Bradford structure are. being.! drawn by In any case when you think
block) the medium-tall over from season to season. you might, want to sell some
I. grow- County Bicentennial( Steering. loe I Kaufmann of t the Vo-Tech
ing plants such as peppers Try toavoid growing the same 'ommitlet' Center t timber. one. of t he first steps is
bush beans and squash in the vegetable in the same location to get some advice. Don't just
fCt7 middle of the garden, and the more often than once every Mrs Chaff. said other local sell to the first buyer that
tall.growing.getables. suchas three years. [In fact rotation civic clubs will be asked to comes to your door
pole beans, sweet corn and should be by families of cropsas (!Jlu E EQQQPOO assist. with the project since
Just about
stake tomatoes along the well as by individual crops. the. expense w ill rx? more than as you go selling
the Senior and Junior Clubs your house or car. determine
other side. Such arrangements Use' stakes, string and! .
l.elFtat ayardstick a general price range that you
t minimize shading a can finance She said several
to lay off
effects clubs and organizations! havealready consider acceptable Then
Follow your previously contact a number of bu'ersfor .
\\ il1iamS.lljasVeterans ( promised contributions (
Think OverA More than one crop, .each prepared label plan Place a /garden! St'I'I.t' Officer of moneymaterials bids for comparison.
at the head of each row
requiring about the
same and. volunteer
Remember to bids under
Information on the label gel
!spacing be planted
may labor Other organizationswill
should include the comparable conditions suchas
within crop
recent survey taken among young/ In rPI'l'nt.t'ks Senator Glisson has a single row. variety and planting date One out of every five among be contacted !soon the period of sale or weight
chairman saidOther !
Floridians between the ages of I 16 and I 23 Ix-on conilucling a drive to publicize the Hun rows north and south so the :iU! million Americans conversions per cord when
that exposure to sunlight is changes his address by moving purchased by weight as is
"hothe somewhat surprising result three year mandatory sentence in the upcoming Biccn
even for all rows. Under. certain scar most common today To make
that a majority of t those i included in the Is-Iiel'that vv hon the law becomes widely conditions planting on At least half of those moves It'nnial'l'nls:Monday night wereThe reported- on the tI'al.rite up a contract

survey favor tougher/ criminal laws,, \known it will have a deterrent effect on the south side. slope of a bid are potential. problems. for the Bicentennial Wagon that will be binding in a courtof

think the courts are too lenient..andfavor ) those who plan to commit criminal acts running east and west. might THE: KOL'I.KTTK; UIIKKI.SI't'N. : \'ett'ransdmmist rat Ion. Train slum at Graham tonight law to insure that the

controlling private ownership of with t the assistance of I firearms.; have advantages such as. wind :'; .\0\l\ Almost half of these peopleare i Thursday>i> from 7 101! I p mA limber is. cut according to theagreement
handguns protection and quicker soilwarmup Dear Kditor-: veterans their. dependents Girl; Scout pl'Ojf'Ct.ith accepted by both
the buyer. and seller.
or survivors The continuing supervision by' the Junior
Millboards\ like the one pictured Three of our City Commissioners
Senator Jim Glisson, who has!' been aIM.rt..t'ntl.v) placed in the St.irkecity one'rops season that such span as more strawberries than spun the roulette migration headaches can. p..odul"l'mllSSI'e at VA 'all Club,Street to paint with fire hydrants a patriotic on [If f you need assistance with

leading/ legislative/ fight/ for stricter limits on U.S. ;K)1) North are carryingthe / should be placed! to one wheel again Tuesday night./! Records Centers Bicentennial motif your;: : in limber Slal'ke.Chiles call. me at !W>465.i4 -
Feb 3. and landed right back
laws in dt'alinwith/ criminals!'! and handguns message/ to'oun; /{ criminals, and side of t the garden so they do into the lap of the big political To avoid. delays in benefitchecks -A lo> showing i ( of I the

/ expressed surprise at results of the those who mav, be potential (criminals not interfere with seasonal machine controlling them. and contusion in other outstanc. ? Florida Bicentennial

survey because it is the Ifi to 2."i age/ that armed robbery and similar crimes preparation of the garden One old commissioner never veterans. records we urge all t Commission exhibit To Visit

/group that will feel the "greatest impact will carry an automatic prison sentenceof Interplant quickgrowingcrops got out of the controlling lap. veterans or others entitled to during the Bradford County

from Senate Bill ;)) dealing with mandatory t three years if the criminal: is convicted like ra'lish! among One new commissioner never VA benefits to promptly Fair. :March 31. April I 1. 2. 3. Stnrke
slower-growing tines The joined the controlling notify any changes/ of address. This exhibit will consist of Today
sentences for t those who use firearms !. Signs i are also ht'inpl'cd/ : inconvenience machine three mobile units and will
fast-growing I radishes are out I-:ven if veteran. is not presently
to commit crimes stores ;and other businesses of I the way ht-lore the longer Now that the numbers on receiving benefits. it also include local historical Sen. Lawton Chiles ( D-Fla >

:carrving t the same message./ growing crop needs I the space. thewheelare. right buck where will save time and eliminate itemsA will be in Starke today
they were in the beginning of possible error should they besought costume ball with a (Thursday. Feb 121, to 'kickoff
Senator Glisson introduced t the hill Surely these messages should makeall Allow ample space betweenrows the DS4N: incubators all the / in the future if the vet Bicentennial theme at the his Bradford County reelection -

which mandates a minimum three-year \'ounpl'oplt'/ stop and think before for convenient cultivation big bluffs swept under the rug eran's record always reflecthis Slarke Golf & Country Club on drive locally
with the type of tool you and big effort forth to June 12. Sen. Chiles will meet with
prison term for //Im.totin// (criminals<; committing a crime while carrying a a put correct address.
plan to use clean their political skirts, the -An old-fashioned picnic, supporters at an organizational -
convicted in court for arson aggravated handgun! or other firearm. A three-year Don't City Commissioners settle With files on more than -"J:! games and program at the meeting at the Garden

assault, aggravated/ battery, kidnapping prison sentence i is a high! price to pay fora one crop plant at one too time much of any back In depth and attach' million living veterans, duplications Fairgrounds/ In Starke on Restaurant from 11:30: a m. to

escape, breaking and entering! with few quick bucks. those which especially another surcharge on t the local of thousands of names Saturday July 3. followed by 1 1:30: p.m.The .
crops must to raise moremoney are common, //YI1 an incorrect square dancing lo a live bandin dutch treat luncheon is
intent to commit a felony, and aircraft be eaten fresh. like radish. taxpayers address
and to aid and abet their only serves to increase the eveningIt open to the public
cannot stored
piracy. Think i it owr.mil Planting Guide to Followour determine guessing and gambling in the possibility of erroror was also announced that Chiles is limiting campaign

how much of preparing the last City delay in the' processing Iri-cornered colonial hats contributions to ten dollars
a row each claim!! There are approximately have been ordered
for the
crop will vleld. budget/ per person so each citizen can
Keep in mind, the bill to the 1.173.04M'eterans in men and colonial aprons for have an equal share in his
BRADFORD To provide fresh vegetablesover City of Starke from their: 'the State of Florida. the women, to be worn on the representative to the United
PRIQ1 eob a long period of time engineering firm for [In the case of veterans cur streets on Saturdays during States Senate.

SINCE 1879- ,.make interval plantings of preparing the impact fee rently receiving benefits the May and June.A The one equal share cam-

any one vegetable. every 10 to study for DS&N has to be paId.doesn't new address and date of the Bicentennial paign has already attracted

.N MiMe tlQ p4 14 days. This practice works it, dear taxpayer'The move should be provided the local scenes, is also plate,being with more than 7,500 individual
particularly well for crops roulette wheel will keepon Veterans Administration as designed! for sale contributors nearing the state
fqq !
p such as beans, sweet corn and spinning from time to time far in advance as possible months. during record of 7.80O contributorsset

rocs BOB G FERGUSON JOHN M MILLER peas which have a short and 08ers in this game will :\tnbltt'\'an coming 4by Gov. Reubin Askew,in
110N Publishers "peak" period of quality. always! be the average citizens Due tirrr Today
of Starke. Those who have The Veterans Administration FUEL CONSEBWTION L Chiles will come to Bradford
and entered second Class Matter at the Post Office, at Starke Fla( under Act
Published, each Thursday as Plant two County from
or more varietieshaving money will get more and those Mobile Van is scheduledto St. Petersburg
of March 3. 1879 different maturity who haven't much money will be In Starke Thursday. Feb. where he has a Pinellas
Subscription. rat .jn trade area; $6 per yea' $3 50 ..it months dales to prolong the season for have less. That's politics my 12, from 1.5 p m. at Den- County organizational meet-
Outside trade area $7 per year 54 00 six. months any one crop While genetic friends. mark's Furniture Store park- ing.Sen.

Phone 964 6306 Starke, Fla crossing may occur this is a Mrs. Thomas F Mixon ing lot on West Madison Chiles has an organizational /! -
problem only In sweet corn 888 West Madison[ St. Street meeting set for Flagler
County later Thursday.





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6 Gates Proposed To Control Traffic At High SchoolErection

:} die ; traffic. Although traffic in solidations last fall. Some ;'
fences which meal I
athletic field all on the south conjunction the six percent
of six gates on Principal Charles Francis."If from front of the elementary schoolis $48.000 of .
will enclose the
r paved roads around Bradford students ride, they like side of the BUS campus. On campus prohibited. the rule is not remains unspent.Fencing
a traffic to ride around the the north side there will be a the existing vocational class- strictly enforced. is also due to go up
to break patterns campus
High eastward to the sidewalk Southside
ly : during school hours was because they like to be seen," gate closing off the bus load- rooms US-301( The school board approvedthe at Starke Elementary Brooker-
/ said Richard area from Washington bordering meet Elementary and
approved Monday night by the Supt. Jockel. ing (Temple Avenue) around to fencing at a special
school board contingent upon Gates will be erected across Street on Washington Street ing last Dec. 17. The adminis- Iementary. .
Adkins back to the !
Street and Sup
approval by the City of Starke. Adkins Street just off Temple where It intersects with I school. trative staff is still working on Principal Francis
vocational that
The gates will break up Avenue (US-301)), on Lake Orange just east of the Vo- educational specifications for Jockel said Monday night
traffic patterns so cars will Street just before it runs back Tech center, and on Washington the fencing project. The further recommendations on
J not be able to continually into Adkins Street at the BUS Street just west of its in- Fencing will also go up on fences were to go up over the pupil supervision at BHS will
circle the perimeter of the athletic complex, on Adkins tersection of Broadway on the Washington Street in front of Christmas holidays, but the be forthcoming once the gatesare
: high school ground hour-after- Street at Broadway where north side of the BHS campus. Starke Elementary to protect project has been delayed. installed and the result Is I
hour during the school said Broadway dead ends at the The gaets will operate in playground pupils from Both the fencing and the Problem at the high
gates will be paid for with loan school is unwanted visitors

+v" t April Reopening Still Considered For UC Hospital used money for borrowed four new for but school not coming students onto leaving the campus the, both campus and on
Vr buses. The new buses were not without permission
due to route con foot and in cars.
Even with the loss of lab UGH was terminated. Ditto ter-Medic but a verbal agree- with the possibility that Mr.
\\ technologist James Ditto and was also employed under the ment with Dr. Jewell had Willets, a technologist, will
been made. This come to the hospital full-time.
health officer Dr. auspices of the Inter-Medic already
} deputy Kavtzia Shchata the Union contract.Dr. apparently was the reason administrator Eugene Hard- Mr. Fish
s J? General Hospital Board of Shehata-in asking that behind the hostile tone of Dr. val said.
-, tear Trustees were still considering she be relieved of duty Mon- Norris' letter nullifying the Dr. Holowatsch has agreedto
yritv told the board that contract. serve as one of thehospital's
+ for day night
an April 1 reopen- G Its
? a at their she was supposed to serve The board offered Dr. licensed physiciansand ;
the hospital
i i ing monthly meeting Monday patients under guidance froma Jewell $1,000 a month and will pull his fair share of
Florida-licensed doctor, a office space but no agree- emergency room duty. Hale Brownlee
night, Feb. 2. 16. 702 E.
have service she understood would ment had yet been signed.Dr.
Two physicians the total of 225 patients have
the staff of the come from Inter-Medic. Since Jewell will operate
to serve on Dr. Vladimir Holo- the doctor had not been even outpatient clinic until the been served since the out-
watsch hospital and Dr Maurice L.'Bm'k" once to observe in her month- hospital opens, when he will patient clinic opened Nov. 1, Mullet
long employment with Union accept office space at King 1975 and 136 of those were seen
Jewell who has now
General she decided to go to Memorial Professional Build- during the month of January ab.
taken over the outpatient medical when Dr. Shehate kept regular -
the St. Augustine hospital ing and become C
clinic in the absence of
; Shehata.Dr. where she could fulfill her director of the hospital he office hours the adminis- Lw Red Fish
until said. trator reported. Billings for
legal responsibilities
Jewell! will see patients these services total $4.172 to .
the Florida medical .b
Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday passing[ Mr. and Mrs. Ken Willets date he said.Rescue .
of each week and is exam in July.InterMedic lab facilitiesat Units for the a
had arranged a who now operate county toe"-
f d actively looking for a replacement place for her and was await the Reception and Medical have been moved to the
the clinic
v doctor to cover Center and Union Correctional hospital and are helping with
the remainder of the week ing her arrival, she said. Shrimps
Jewell assured her that Institute have agreedto minor duties when not in-
Dr. .
while he returns to Kissimmeeto
fill in with needed labora- volved with rescue services.
a private phase clinic out his there.28-year-old lie will activities he could legally but understood oversee that tory testing at the hospital. Hardval added. Fresh From,.

-- J know exactly how long it will she where needed she to could be at receive a hospital the 12 Trials Set Next Week :. Cedar'' KeY'' lI'orida:'
I"hnItillinaiILurl.. :m. \vis<.lritin. !{ (Ii I'1Ha'I't! ;: \ truck take within a month he said.
h 'evil *>..iliml.M Dr Shehata came to Union most experience in the shortest
wlim -.Inuk ;l i.ilkril vrlueh l > imiiril\ > ( I'irssh
uiyli; I Imil aills.| l lo re.l) literally "1111 a I.....-." ll.mU. .a General under efforts of InterMedic amount of time since she '
'll.iiiiiliin| ....-.i.I.III.a.. mil ",'ri.u"h Injured III tin arriilrnt.'v Health Care. Inc. of St. was educated in England neededto and In Circuit Court SessionTwelve S peClaTo iChurchs Clubs Etc.
"' which recently her native Egypt and
'v I h IM cm. I. .III".lh nl "vi.irki-tritII.I.tayi I I nr slt-S-HNI Augustine and Marvin Discounts
informed the trustees that its learn American ways. trials have been set Padgett
Ne e.l i.I management contract with The contract with Inter- for a busy calendar in Brad- Lavern Godwin charged with
J =
I '' tvE r! Medic was terminated Jan. 23 ford County Circuit Court breaking and entering and
Pierce upon receipt of a letter from starting on Monday Feb. 16, grand larceny.
George Dr Hardgrove Morris president at the Bradford County Courthouse -Cecil Alvin Taylor and Mr. Fish & It TF
of the management firm. in Starke. Lester Lamar Olive charged
Otis Tetstone Norris said in the letter that Both court rooms are expected with burglary of a structureand
the trustees failed to show to be used with Judge grand! larceny.
Same people believe that If your eyebrows grow togetheryou Win In BrookerGeorge "common courtesy" in not informing R.A. Green of Gainesville and
will be very rich! the company of Dr. Bradford County Judge Elsie
Pierce. Brooker fire Jewell's decision to come tolake S. Sanders as the presiding Super Garage Sale !
chief and Otis Tetstone were Butler. He also said that .judges.
ri ROOFINGi elected l to two-year terms on efforts to secure the two doc- Monday. Feb. 16 six cases
& D I the Brooker city council in tors necessary for opening the are set for trial:
J Tuesday's election. hospital would not be continued --Velma Jean Covington C(B aLEJ($
i Only 52 of the town's 106 t charged with murder in the

_..- t'i (pIls.Tetstone qualified. voters visited the replied Board that Chairman no contractual D.:M. Hale last first February.degree of Arthur Tom Gunter Jones (Crystal Lake Environmental Organization)

i led the ticket with agreement had been made has already been sentenced to
while Pierce ran the firm Saturday February 28th10 A.M. 4 P.M.
:33: votes uith Dr. Jewell. that life imprisonment in the case. ,
l'cndlith :30 Incumbent the two
had \ A third defendant received
i Henry Harrell in was third with eli doctors called for even withtwo immunity for turning state'sevidence 3 Miles North-of On S8-1 00 Then
minated coming[ extensions of the contract and a fourth defendant Keystone Heights -
22 votes. and the board had acted in
is still not custody
i All Types Roofing Mayor Roy: Carroll and City good faith. Lester Lamar Olive, Just Follow The Signs. .
Clerk'Joce Castlen wereunopposed At the Jan. 5 meeting of the charged with buying,

i Residential & Commercial I their names for did re-election not appear and on board extended the but contract two representatives was not- concealment receiving and or aiding of stolen in the SAVE BIG ON: Furniture Appliances, Tools, Toys

the ballot. Inter-Medic: agreed
New Roof Or Repairs At its next meeting on Tuesday that the of firm and the board property.-Harold Hubbard. chargedwith Building Materials, Jewelry Kitchenware, Clothes,
march 2. the council will would be free to independently
1 Call 964-7410 fleet t a chairman and committees seek doctors for the hospital. -Klmo.:escape.Hampton. Jr.. Plants Pictures You Name It!
will be named for the The following Saturday two charged with aggravated To Make Donations Of Items For The Sale And
Free Estimates | new>ear Carl Edwards is the doctors from =New" York were
current; chairman. brought to Lake Butler by In- assault.--John Howard Bates To Arrange For Pickups And Deliveries Please

charged with resisting arrest Call: 473-2002 473-3318 473-3266 473-43O8
. . with--John violence.Richard Jenkins, 473-4769 473-3122 473-3286

charged child.indecent with assault lewd lasciviousor upon a (E]((3 LE aaac( ( (

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Misconduct Charges Due ProbeIn "i'fh'' Safety Sessions On Tap I

I Towns Of Hampton BrookerAssistant For Co. Road Workers *, I IIn

I answer to county road department glasses could be purchased at
State Attorney ago that a dog was shot that that Chairman Curtis and employee com- lower cost than regular shoes
Mack Futch of Starke issued a had apparently bitten a three- Councilman Buck Dennison plaints of unsafe working con and glasses. Such expendi-
statement to the Telegraph on year old child. have allegedly drawn salaries Fllj I ur NF DST RT ditions a safety committee tures are also tax-deductible,
Wednesday Feb. 11, regarding The state attorney's officeon while doing some work for the CUB previously formed met Friday Fike said.
two investigations his office is Jan. 14 subpeonaed City of Hampton. Jan. 30, with all/ employees Each fatal accident in the
conducting( about possible financial records and council The state attorney's office is for an information state there were 365 last year
misconduct in office ol city meeting minutes of the City of continuing its investigationInto session with state industrial costs the state at least $500.
officials in Brooker and Hampton concerning com- the Hampton case and safety representative Edward Fike said in encouraging the .,
Hampton. plaints on city affairs. also into the Brooker .t Fike. men to work together to meet
"Some complaints against City Clerk Mary Lee Allen situation.The Commissioners Dave Shu- minimum requirements and j.
city officials regarding accompanied by HamptonCity Telegraph has learned ford and George Roberts look out for each other.
possible misconduct in office Attorney Richard Welty that the State Attorney's office supervisors Leon Ellingtonand
in Brooker and Hampton have turned the records over to the received several complaints J.B. Crawford and em-
been made with the stateattorney's state attorney's office on Jan. about possible ployees Steve Cowart and '*"% WE'RE ;
office in Bradford is*. violations in Brooker last Charlie McMurtry comprisethe TAKIN
County and are under in Welty explained that a October. But as yet none of the committee formed at a wNICNOCWSDIDATE,
vestigation. No arrests have complaint had been filed with Brooker records have been special meeting Jan. 21. The \DO YOU
been made and none are the State's Attorney's office subpeonaed. committee is expected to meet PEEl:FER?"
contemplated at this time." about a possibe violation of monthly for work sessions.
Futch said. the Sunshine Law. That Appeals Court Sits Get BusIlicsc Violations of state safety
The Hampton complaintsstem complaint stems from an Heatlstart Students standards Fike said,*carry
from an incident involving alleged meeting of three fines to$10.000 but cooper-
city Three judges came to up
Marshall Ralph Green council members at the home '1 stiiilciils, me ui-ltinu ,','a.h. to ride I lluI( 'ItII \nrrn's VI.OIW 111'1111.111"\\. IIi at will ation and individual effortsare
and Thurs Woman
who Starke Wednesday 'I 1 ln> ''I-I"! ,Mrs M.irv: 'll.ivrv" .I'.tmrl.l I..." .. .Itliixlvn.I .
on Sunday afternoon "of Councilman Eugene Taylor Feb. to hear oral I li ,tnsM' >l'I s|>iM-i.il xni-slnilrnls' \ no I> : : the key compliance with
Jan. 11, is charged by Hampton with Taylor Chairman Curtis day arguments 11-12 on a number of I Ti'ii.i: HtIhuhall.lt'auda Iti""M, Mi.I\MI Jmirs. MiCliccn., (iiitnIti ii..,... t'larenrrttiitiam., these standards. Dead In liCI
City Council President Ted and Councilman Hank Lott on civil and criminal suits in the l.illiMlncs, Tiu-\ l'.rmllrlYliiu V.ircin. I'YIifil 1I.lUk"I'"II. lriiiii{ O.irrisnii, anal l IMmrlliilihs "A good supervisor looks
Curtis Sr., with allegedly( Sunday evening Jan. 11. First District Court of Ap- I ;, II ln'<><'tor nl I IliriH'iiilsl.iiI. 'piumMIIIS:" in r.r.iillortl.( It.ikrr., I'niiiii.inil <'l.inmnlirx.. out for his men. It's time to Parking Lot
firing two shots at Curtis's son The meeting is said to have peals. break the communicationbarrier
when the marshal was apparently occurred after an incident The District Appeals Court and get on with these RAIFORD A visitor dis-
trying to take him College Classes Delay Raifurd Council Meeting Fike said in prefaceto
involving the Curtis boy and hears cases once a year at things covered a 48-year-old woman
.w into custody as being( AWOL Marshall Green earlier that Bradford Courthousein the day-long class in safety dead in a vehicle in the 4
( from the National Guard. djy Starke. County RAIFWRD The Town of be hold by three of the five !Mayor J D. Griffis indicated standards. visitors parking lot at the
0) Another charge was filed Welty also confirmed that listen the Raiford monthly City Council members. that he would contact all the Fike said that employees do Union Correctional Institution I
The to
with the city council involving judges Feb. a, Three of the five membersare council members and then seta to refuse to
the state attorney's office is arguments here but don't meeting on Monday not have the right on Saturday Feb. 7, according -
an incident several months investigating( into a complaint here was delayed 45: minutes currently taking college date for a special meeting, work because of unsafe work- to the Union CountySheriffs
render decision until they
a classes and that was the that a suitable day could be
so should
until !a. third member requiredto ing conditions, but they office.
have a chance to study the for the delay of the worked out to hold the monthly
of the in make ol quorum appearedso reason report violations to immediate Ruby Jessie Dye of Lake-
arguments attorneys
that a brief meeting could meeting which finally got meetings supervisors, who in turn land was found dead in the
cases. underway after the delayOn Clerk Kathryn Alvarez should correct an unsafe vehicle where she apparently
Used Ranges a motion by president reported that as of Monday. situation.In died of natural caust*. a
Bralher. voted to give the town of Kaiford hasa
I.eland Fob !9 t. early January the road spokesman for the sheriff's
STUMP'S65th the Kaiford 4-HClub$5( to pay balance of :1.6:1R8: : :! in the department received notice of office said. Mrs. Dye had been
for the fowl at luncheon heldon bank. 27 violations of state standards seen on Saturday, Jan. 31.
1 Apt. Size Gas $2000 Saturday. Fob 7. after that and recommendationson when she visited a relative at
club landscaped J the area federal standards from the
Anniversary around city hall here. Ht'Ylwlcl"i: Still state department of industrial UCI.Mrs.. Dye had apparentlybeen
1 36" Gas $15 The council on u motion bvBrallil.'r safety regulations. Corrective dead in the car since the
voted to send a letterof For
l'a3ing steps had been taken on all of day of her visit to a relative.
1 Rack Of Ladies SALE thanks to former Florida these violations and recommendations The body was discovered
1 Senator Fraser of Macclenny Clean: Alumin I u in within a week about 9:30( a.m. on Sat., Feb. 7.
40" Elec $3500 who donated the shrubberythat reported road department Relatives in Polk County
SHOES ol the Starke
used the local 4-U Citi/ens areawill
1 was by
supervisor Ellington.!
Mrs. missing
Price reported Dye
receive I 15:
Club for the project.Brallier Along with specific information did return to
L when she not
1 30" Elec $4500 1 Rack Of to also hire got someone the councilto to cents per and pound other for clean! aluminumcans house- on compliance with Lakeland according to thesheriffs
agree state and federal standards. spokesman who also
Children water around the city hall hold aluminum during Jo''b'uat.y. informed the
Fike also
groupof to be
an autopsy was per-
1 Rack Of Men's cost of $2 ) ) Certain other types of
complex at a per about 25 employees and formed on Mrs. Dye.
1 40" Elec $12500 watering clean aluminum may beredeemed commttteemen that personal
SHOES SHOES l/3 brief discussion was held at a lower price safety equipment, such as
regarding the streets being On every Tuesday from \9o:: (> safety-toed shoes and safety Emma MaryHeiberger,87
DOUBLE OVEN named in the town of Raiford to 11 a m. Reynolds mobile
Reduced To $1 t Paul Surface a new residentof aluminum recycling unit will Eldon Kimmons i
Kaiford. briefly discussed he in iront of TCJ & V Store

the possibility of either numbering Bradford Square. US-301: Funeral services were held Emma Mary Heiberger 87, t
them South ((837: So. Walnut Street i
them or naming Tuesday afternoon for Mr. was buried Wednesday after- -
SnWYERSLRDERPPLIRNCE after fruits in alphabetical I to purchase aluminum from Eldon Kimmons 65 of Key- noon at Crosby Lake Ceme-
BRADFORD SQUARE order The matter was tabled the public. stone Heights who died Satur- tery with Rev. John M. Flynn
until all five members of the day In Riverside Hospital in officiating. Miss Heiberger, a
board could be present. John A Robertson: Jacksonville. 40-year resident of Jacksonville -
964.5423Starkers !Mr Kimmons was a retired was born in Starke on
332 W Madisc* PH 964.-7701 Joe St't'lu'rIoocl: : )' Mr John A. Robertson 67. Shell Oil Company station Feb. 7, 1B89 She was a member -
died. Monday night, Feb. 9, in operator and a member of the of the Episcopal: Church
Mr. Joe Sec'ber Moody 71. (he V.A. Hospital of Community Church of Key- and the daughter of the late
died Saturday evening Feb. 7, Gainesville following an stone Heights. He was born Ruric C. Heiberger and Kate
in the Bradford County extended illness. A native of Aug. 2. 1910 in Decker. Ind. Richarde. She died Monday
Hospital after an apparent Tennessee and a retired Survivors include: his evening at St. Jude Nursing.
,. <. heart attack. He was a lifelong) veteran Mr.' Robertson was a widow !Mrs. Beatrice Kim- Home in Jacksonville.
I. resident of Bradford County member. of the Missionary mons of Keystone Heights: Survivors, and family in-
living in the New River sec- Baptist Church. four sons /Neal': of Lawrence- clude: three sisters. !Mrs
tion of the county off SR-lao). Funeral services were held burg Ind. Gene of Harrison Margaret Wilson and Mrs.
He was retired electricianand Wednesday afternoon at the Ohio Don of Athens. III., and Julia Holliday both of Jacksonville
) ttJ1. .. a member of the Christian New Hope Primitive Baptist Jack of Keystone Heights; one and Mrs. Louise
z 2U Church. Church with Elders Gaston stepson Gary Farber of Cerni of Fort Lauderdale: two
Funeral services were held Barton and James Land and Starke: one sister Mrs. Sylvia nieces.. Mrs. G.P. Everton of i
l Tuesday afternoon at the the Rev. Raymond Baer officiating Cockrum of Vincennes Ind. : Tallahassee and Mrs. C.E.
graveside in McKinney Burial followed in nine grandchildren and two Holloway of Atlanta: and
Cemetery Rev. Laurie the church cemetery Archer great grandchildren. three nephews. W.S. Freemanof
McKinney officiating. Archer Funeral Home of Lake Butlerin Services were held at the Jacksonville Ray H. Carterof
Funeral Home of Lake Butler charge of arrangements. Community Church with Rev Louisville. Ky.. and Eugene
was in charge of Survivors include his wife. Leroy Lewis officiating and Brewster of McLean. Va.
arrangements. !Mrs. :Minnie Lee Robertson of burial l followed at the Key- In lieu of flowers at the
Survivors include his wife Lake Butler, his brother stone Heights Cemetery with graveside services charity
\ Mrs. Nettie Sparkman Moody Luther Robertson of Portland. DeWitt C Jones Funeral donations were asked. Pallbearers
J of Lake Butler his daughter. Ore three sisters Mrs Clara Home in charge.In at the service were
Mrs. Margie Dobbs of Lake Warren and !Mrs Martha place of flowers friendsare W.S. Freeman G.P. Everton.
Butler, a brother. Chester Nelson, both of Knoxville urged to donate to the C.E. Holloway, Ray H. Carter.
first newspaper, Moody of Keystone Heightsand Tenn. and Mrs. Edna: Kates of Heart or Cancer Society or to Mitchell Katibah. Carl Rosen-
three grandchildren. Kodac Tenn. the Community Church. bush. Eugene Brewster, John
$4- "The Florida Telegraph ," Everton: and Wynton Carter.D .
"ill C. Jones Funeral
/ ; was established in 1879 by Home was in charge of ser-
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; vices.
4%! \h Col. W.W. Moore and son, Sterling.The .
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name was later changed tot ;i a; OH Of' Thanks 'j'jv.

and LOUNGE y
i The Starke Telegraph, and finally ': X-AA << $J$;: :: :'t<<:: :;:

2 4 I wish to thank all the nice
r County Telegraph. people that helped me after the
I loss of my husband. The cards
U j LIQUORS; ; ? flowers, food and gifts. Special
It is the oldest
,, weekly newspaperin thanks to Rev. Shaw, the Pallbearers

in Florida Hwy 21 N. Keystone Hgts.TAAKA and Jones Funeral
published continuouslyunder Home. And final thanks all the ;
ladies of Hampton Christian
the same masthead. Church. God bless each of you.
-Mrs. Richard Nelson

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1':111&( I TKI.K;H\1>II February I 12.1176&

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BLACK HISTORY Community News By Elisabeth IHveiw Walker


History Week Searchfor This Sunday
day night "Johnny's 11 a.m.
School 10 a.m. Morning Worship -
FLORIDA IN AND FOR that W.R. Alderman, the holderof observance began February 8 United Methodist Parish, Rev. Freedom" will be presented at 11. Choir Union 3pm. Booster's Day. Will you be our

CASE NO. 76-3 BRADFORD COUNTY the following certificates has with the theme, "Strength Willie Stitt, pastor, will pre Sunday services begin Mt. Pisgah AME Church guest? At 3 p.m. the Rev

Through Unity," being sent "Johnny's Search forFreroom" with Church School, 10 a.m. begins Sunday services with Kobuy Crosby, pastor of Apns-
filed said certificates for a tax
FILE NO. 76-S-CP carried out.Tuesday t. at 7:30: p.m. Love Feast service Church Palatka,
4pm talic Faith
Church School 10 a.m. Morn
DEPARTMENT OF OFFENDER deed to be issued thereon. The ,
((12391)) numbers and of night the activitywas Friday night the programwill terminating services for the ing Worship at 11. Rev. will be guest speaker He is
REHABILITATION of the Stateof certificate years
held at New Bethel be presented at Philadelphia the
Baptist day. the second oldest man in
Florida, an Agency and public IN RE: ESTATE OF PEARL issuance, the description of the George Farmer pastor .
Rev. Davis
Leroy Baptist Church Rev. Mt. Morlah Church School, U.S. and the oldest pastor,
body corporate of the State of BURNHAM EDWARDS, property, and the names in pastor, on the theme, "A Challenge Willie Mayberry pastor A 930.: Morning Worship at 11 Church Philadelphia, Rev. Willie Baptist Mayberry celebrating his 122nd birthday I
Florida, acting on behalf of the Deceased. which It was assessed are as '
To Be Free. skit, "Slave Market, will be Methodist Women meet 3 p.m pastor Church School, 10 a.m. on Jan. 21, 197t. lie is the
Trustees of the Internal Improvement follows:
Tuesday night, Mt. Pisgah presented with the Lawtey New Bethel and Ebenezer with Supt Jeremiah Johnsonin guest of Sister Aretha Austin.
Trust Fund, Certificate No. 67
NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo African Methodist Episcopal community participating. Churches Rev. hear him.
Baptist Leroy charge Holy Communion, You are invited to
Year of Issuance, 1971
Petitioner, all creditors and all persons Church. South Starke, Rev Saturday. Feb 14, an Award Davis pastor. Tuesday night,

-vs- having claims or demands Description of Property: N 30'of John Farmer pastor, and Banquet will be held at the Black History program was
CHURCH; T. W. TATUM; against said estate. Lot 4 of Blk 18 in L T & COS
Greater Allc Chapel African Holiday Inn with Rev. Donald presented. Prayer Meetingand Theressa
CHARLIE MAE MOORE; and You, and each of you, are SID Sec 28, TWP6S, R 22. Methodist Episcopal, Starke, Pelham as speaker, and Sister Bible Class, Wednesday

JOHN S. EVANS, Defendants.. hereby notified and required to Name in which assessed: Rev Raymond Heastie pas Susie Banks and Sister Kstelle night. Sunday services begin

present any claims and demands Maybell Powell Est. c/o Ruth tor, presented to the Bradford Waters as guest soloists. with Church School, 10 a.m. Vol. Fire

SUMMONS SHOW which you, or either of you, may Cohen.All community "400 Years of Morning Worship at 11. DepartmentA
CAUSE AND NOTICEOF have against the estate of of said property being in OES NOTICE
Change, written by Rev Evening Service, 6:30.
EMINENT the County of Bradford, State of fish fry will be held business meeting starting at
PEARL BURNHAM EDWARDS, John Farmer and directed by Dell Chapter OES will hold First Born Church of the supper

DOMAIN PROCEEDINGSIN deceased, to the Judge of the Florida. Bro. Henry Myers, Bro. its regular meeting at 8 p.m. Living/ God Elder S.V. Cohens Saturday, February 21, at 5 7:30: pm.
at the Theressa Com
said Court, in the Courthouse at Unless such certificate or James Hurst, and Bro. Dorian tonight (Thursday) in the pastor. Tuesday night Prayer p Residents of the community

THE NAME OF THE STATEOF Starke, Bradford County, certificates shall be redeemed Martin, of Jacksonville, with a Masonic Hall on Brownlee StAll Meeting. Wednesday night munity Center for the benefitof will be given a chance to voice

FLORIDATO Florida, within four months from according to law the property local cast This drama is presented members urged to be pre Terry service Regular the Theressa Volunteer their opinions about the new

the date of the first publicationrf described in such certificate or to help overcome a sent church services each 2nd and Fire Department currently fire department. Those unableto
ALL IT MAY CONCERN: this notice. certificates will be sold to the being organized. attend the fish fry are askedto
to interculturalunderstanding
4th Sunday Church School 10
Each claim or demand must highest bidder at the court which lack Cllt'RCIIMEWS Tickets will be $2 for adults please be on hand for the
is a
AND TO: be in writing and must state the house door on the 16th day of of knowledge about the Black m.True Church of God in and $1.50 for children under 12 business meeting

((1)) The following persons and place of residence and post- March, 1976 past.. Also to bring about a Free-ill Unity, Elder Sampson White years old. This project will\ affect the
parties who are residents of the office address of the claimant Dated this 9th day of February better Williams The Theressa area is organizing entire community and residents -
understanding of per pastor Monday Prayer Meeting each
State of Florida, whose names and must be sworn to by the 1976. changes in history (African night Tiny Tots rehearsal. Monday 7:30: p.m. Terry Ser a and volunteer fire are urged to attend
members of
and places of residence are set claimant, his agent, or his attorney and department
Afro-American Meet
), religion, Tuesday night Prayer vice each Wednesday night.
forth as far as ascertainable by or it will become void By: Gilbert S Brown, the community and surrounding
art and ing. Wednesday night Black Friday
appreciation, philosophy night Prayer Meetingand My Neighbors
areas are urged to attend
diligent search: according to law. Clerk of Circuit Courtof .
History program. Thursday Preaching. Church ser
(11)) Church, address unknown. Each creditor shall deliver suf- Bradford County, Fla and support this much needed
Therefore, the drama pre night. Story Hour at the vices each 2nd and 4th Sun < ((2)) T.W. Tatum, Route One, ficient copies of his claim to 2112 4tchg 3/4 sented is best defined as the Church. Friday night Junior day, service

Box 32, Lawiey, Florida 32068 enable the Court to mail' one to .------------- At the present time the
role of the black man in his Choir rehearsal, 6 p.m. Sun- Greater Allen Chapel AME Theressa
((3)) Mrs. Charlie Mae Moore, each personal representative.Dated NOTICE OFAPPLICATION struggle for freedom over a day is Pastoral Day. Church Church, Rev. R.G. Heastie southeast area end of, located the in the
Post Office Box 173, Lawtey, 7 A.D. 1976 county on
Florida 32058 FOR four century period beginningwith School, 9:30.: Morning Worshipat pastor. Weekly services began SR-18, is being served by the
TAX DEED his African life style 11. Dinner service, 12:30.: with a drama at RJE along VolunteerFire

((4)) John. S. Evans, Post Office Robert Franklin Ritch NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, prior to his capture and enslavement Evening Worship, 6 p.m. with Mt. Pisgah African Keystone Department Heights and Brad-
69 3449 Miami Florida
Box As Executor of the that W.R. Alderman, the holderof Pleasant Grove and Mt. Methodist Episcopal Church, ford County Volunteer Fire

33169. Last Will &Testament of the following certificates, has Wednesday night the pro- :MorlJh United Methodist "400 Years of Change" The fire
Department. By having a
12)) The unknown assigns, Pearl Burnham Edwards.\ filed said certificates, for a tax gram was presented at Parish Rev. Willie Stitt pastor Young Adult Choir will rehearse department in Theressa it will

successors in interest, trusteesor Deceased deed to be issued thereon. The Greater Bethlehem Freewill Pleasant Grove services each Wednesday night help relieve some of the work

any other parties claiming the above by, 2/5 4tchg. 2/26_M--J,4._ certificate numbers and years of Baptist Church, Rev. Jasper began with Youth Adult Choir before the 2nd and 4th Sun. load and areas to cover by the
through or against
issuance, the description of the Williams pastor. This pro rehearsal Monday night. days. Senior Choir rehearses other departments.

named individuals or organization or"- IN THE COUNTY COURT OF property, and the names in gram presented Black Contributors Tuesday night Tiny Tots each Tuesday night before the Following the fish fry all

whether. existing BRADFORD COUNTY which it was assessed as rehearsal, 6 p.m Wednesdaynight 1st and 3rd Sundays. Sunday residents of the communityare "Now promise me you won't

dissolved((3)) And against all persons Case No 75.452-CC follows Certificate: No. 60. Tonight (Thursday), Plea- Prayer Meeting Thurs- services begin with Church urged to attend a short bring up gas mileage."

and parties claiming or having SOUTHERN DISCOUNT Year of Issuance, 1968.

t and interest or claim as owners, COMPANY OF STARKE, Plaintiff Description of Property: 1 Lot

mortgagees, judgment creditors 208 75 Sq Lying in SW Car of E4GLE *

or lienholders of, upon or -vs NW'/4 of SW% Sec: 18, TWP6,

against the parcel of land LARRY 0'NEAL and JEWELL S, R-22. AYFR/DAY

described in the Petition in Brad O'NEAL, Defendants Name in which assessed: DISCOUNT I
ford County, Florida sr FAMILY
The Florida Department of NOTICE OF of said property being in ( )

Offender Rehabilitation has fileda SHERIFF'S SALE the County of Bradford, State of


proceedings against you seekingto that I, Dolph E. Reddish, Sheriffof Unless such certificate or

condemn for public purposesthe Bradford County, Florida, certificates shall be redeemed '

fee simple title to the parcel under and by virtue of a Writ of according to law the property SALE
described below, located in fINTSc
Execution heretofore issued out described in such certificate or

Bradford County. Flonda: of the above.entitled Court, in certificates will be sold to the
South Sixty, Five ((65)) feet of
the above styled cause, have highest bidder at the court
North Two Hundred Sixty ((260)) levied upon the following house door on the 16th day of

feet of East Four Hundred Thirty property, situate, lying and March, 1976. It's fact... .
feet of SE% of SW% of "
((430)) .OH CK1MTTBII
bang in Bradford County, Florida Dated this 9th day of February \
NE'A Except East Thirty-Five MHt Al UMIIMA f \ NEED DRESS SLICKS
to wit: 1976. *
(135)) feet Section 26, Township 64 ILM linabi. DOI'1I1ISS EAGLE'SFAMOUS
A parcel of land lying in theSE \

5 South Range 22 East, Bradford /. of Section 24, Township\ 6 By: Gilbert; S. Brown, IlAIIOSI WIC? prk.1! MAKE BUYS
Florida 0.64 i'F
County, containing South, Range 22 East, Bradford Clerk Circuit Court of

acres more or less County, Florida and being more Bradford County, Fla ,.
You and each of you are commanded Hl-DBl 3.99
to file written defensesto particularly described as follows: 2/12 4tchg 3/4/ !
Commence at the --------------
the Petition in the office of the 1
corner, of said Section 24, and I Towels
Clerk of the Circuit Court in and IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF d Tin SUN tap sued vww" sen

for Bradford County, Florida in run North 0 degrees 37 minutes FLORIDA, EIGHTH JUDICIAL I I I I sell*! Hound town for JIJ to 114.
and 20 seconds West along the 1 1 Tin saw' floe M.M littics The
the City of Starke, Bradford CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BRAD .'
Easterly boundary thereof a distance 1 L a UIM prowl ta orlnl. file Mil dif'
Florida before the FORD COUNTY ,
County, on or 20
of 938 44 feet run thence lernci II II roar iillet Pine's
23rd day of February, 1976, and South 83 degrees 10 minutes CIVIL ACTION i.tahds.2141- ,.
to serve your written defenses CASE NO 7636 i d SAYE 1,00 '
and seconds West a distanceof
upon the Attorney for the 1200.16 feet for point of artLLf p-n%
Department of Offender Rehabilitation In Re: The marriage of DANIEL wAS 1SAYE
beginning. From point of
/ n
on or before that beginning thus described con JAMES BROSNAN Husband, 2$% SAYE 24% SAYE 16% N r 1fNO.r',

date, which defenses shall show and JULIE PHILBIN BROSNAN, HEN'S RTLOH CHI JACKET
tinue South 83 degrees 10 minutes ,
what right, title or interest you, and 50 seconds West a distance Wife. 490 1.27 440 MS MICH TAFFETA SHEER ( ,
of have claim battle is eltw N
or any you, or in of 145.05 feet, run thence lip pottet luket

and to any of the above-de- North 0 degrees 46 minutes and NOTICE OF SUIT DISCOUNT met WAS. Mt DISCOUNT MICi WAS JrtTUQLI DISCOUNT PHICt WAS Mt rlptlltt mxliss wettable. E XL
scribed parcel and show cause ToJulie: Philbm Brosnan UlLlII.I..mll.11T PLASTIC TUSH CAR NI-OA1 FAf IR TOWELS MISTR0JN8.
50 seconds East a distance of
why it should not be taken for 12 Hazel Avenue 1W3NITI1 Ill UTERDSTOORERBINE'SLIFC.QT. URfRS WITH TWIST TIES, SIPIIIIISOIlIlIn!

the uses and purposes set forthin 216.05. feet to the Southerly South Farmingdale 20-FACK. 20-GAL CAPACITY Ill TWI-PLT PERFORMERS '\ '
right of-way line of State Road
the Petition, or default may be Long Island NY 11735 .
16 run thence North 83 degrees
y 'y
entered YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a
against you.
07 minutes and 53 seconds East rr \y /
WITNESS MY HAND as Clerkof Petition for Dissolution of

the Circuit Court in and for of along.way aforesaid line a distance Southerly of 116.29 right- Marriage has been filed againstyou YILII 'liSI! .4 -- V 1+ yr ,ft: C"

Bradford County, Florida, and feet run thence South 6 degrees and you are required to I<4 IRS. HTH

the seal of the Court, on 6th day 52 minutes and 07 seconds Easta serve a copy of your Answer or VIII DRY CRLORIRE

of Jan at Starke, Florida distance of 214 f .25 feet to pointof pleading to the Petition on thePetitioner's / i 15"% FORMOLo t wP y
attorney C

Gilbert S. Brown beginning. VALENTINE BATES, 726 NW 6.66

Clerk of the above- 8th Avenue, Suite B, Gaines- SUPER vaul PLVlm
as the property of the above- lOW
Court ville, Florida, and file the original
styled named Defendants, and that on DISCOUNT P'CI' J WAS
By Marian McRae answer or pleading in the officeof -
: '
the 16th day of February, 1976,
Deputy Clerk the Clerk of the Circuit Courton
Monday, at twelve o'clock noon
2 5 4tchq 2 26 on said day on the premises of or before the 9th day of u EN'S HTLOR MESH CASOAIS f N'YLaEr %/

---- March, 1976 If fail to do so, tONHCT CREPE SOUP
--- ----- the Bradford County Sheriffs you WITH 'SAYE 1,00 sm or TO i.ao
judgment by default will be IIYl1.10 Sit mil comfort per loot M IMStlnitll
NOTICEI I for and
Office, will offer sale
taken for the relief open inns IMS*. 1 112.
against you MHET CLEANSE ,
I will not be responsible for sell to the highest bidder for w.e writ UP
demanded in the PetItIOn. 4 96 MSIHFECTS UIT ],EE r TO J.tf' '
any debts made by anyone other cash, in hand, the above- DONE AND ORDERED at CLEARS, I 91. sun, lOW DISCOUNT roles
than myself. Request drivers described property, as the v NIK'S TIIIMNf T-SHIRTS HEN'S FRAYED CUTOFFS HEN'S POLYESTER lilT OR
license for ID. property of the said Defendantsto Starke Bradford County, DISCOUNT ptict WAS JkM 12 C dT} COOlOO'OIblR1. CMlfOttlO' IOC1. ;i. OR SINNED WALK SHORTS COTTON FUNNEL SNIATSTIW

Henry Floyd Parrish satisfy said Execution Ronda,.this 6th day of February, PliSTW WOVE Mlwra coltM Mull"' cMlritt. III. ,, r Titl raw pick! Twills, denims Yell wail. Doth at this 'Ifs price!
....-I..ICIIIJI MIRlVfUM.f3t4UL.Sin
2 5 410 2 28 1976. WAS lil ; cottM or polyester cotton. 2(31 Neitl tailored mints Mill.
Gilbert S. Brown Clerk
---- Dolph E Reddish.
--------- Sheriff. of Bradford By: Marian McRae Deputy Jr v

2/12 3/4 r.YuE
4tchg .

BRAD ------------- ;a
The of GEORGEJ Pursuant to Section 86509

KASDRAS, husband and Pursuant to Section 865.09Florida Florida Statutes, Notice is WAS MII'STIIOI/"WINSSI/ES I ,
CAROLINE KASDRAS wIfe. hereby given that the under SAf 99x WITH HEOPRESI SOLE ,
Statutes here
NOTICE OF SUIT notice is signed PAUL C. NUGENT JR. .. \ Sifetj riMtt oil realist, rnMa. .

NO PROPERTYTo by given that the undersignedLouis Post Office Box 303. Hampton, 1LHHIRIH UWH EMIR IS i- ; of lor tasted oo IM | Brodsky, P.O. Box. 216, EAST TO CIRVE. 4"Ijr
Caroline Kasdrds Bradford Bradford County, Florida, ..r'
Hampton, County,
405 32044, doing business under the
Florida 32044, doing business .
firm name of "T n E ELECTRIC
Stowe/ Pa under the firm "COUNTRY .
name VALUE PLUS! Sin 1.13
Post Office .80 303, I
Hampton, Bradford County, i
an action for dissolution of Hampton, Bradford WAS
Florida 32044, intends to &
has been filed. register
marriage against\ Florida 32044 intends to register 3.88 2.97
said fictitious name under the ,
Cd'Olir< Kasdrai
you and you said fictitious name under the
are required to we a copy ofyour of aforesaid statute. provisions of aforesaid Statute S 1599 Mice WAS. A.&t' sum tow DISCOUNT pmciRTIOR N ROTS' SHORT SlIIVEO PILlS COTTBH FUNNEL PAJAMAS,

written, 0f ns'a. if any to provisions Louis Brodaky sole Paul C. Nugent, sole owner MAGNOLIA TIiLlTIUT STAINS' LAMINATES II "STYLES HI LIKES WARMER-UPPIRS FOR MEN
owner. Dated this 9th of February rUrtit Itoits into lids or Met Wlottr Mciultits anti Ins itEnle'
it. on the oirfir-'r 'i at'xnflvrtose Dated 14th day rusno MROIR FENCE IR HOLIES WOOO WITH TENNIS. RACIST PIRFICTCNIICI
this of A
''* name and bNYMS .s day A.D. 1976 at Hampton, UPANOS tr' LINO NON-..Sn..111I1I FOR IIIIHHIRS tortMitminerplcklSMLDISCOUNT Neitlf piped' ""IS. 10
January, A.D., 1976 at Starke,
Dudley P Hwo/ Es' Fence Florida. Florida.

& Hardy P Po =- Gevs+ t/29' 4tchg 2/19 //s/ Paul C Nugent,Jr. r SAY121'% -_ ---:- .

1030< > Starke Rove 1'1' 2/124tchg 3/4/ HEN'S CAHYU MSI SHOES
------ ,
and file the or9" tr: -------------, _...s ;_ ', SLirORS THAT WIN" SLIP .
clerk of the eie srI"r NOTICE OF INTENTION i "
470 Ie Ittflri uM trIM tin deck CnNM
on or before FIt jruvr <': '775 TO REGISTER NOTICEPUBLIC =;: HUM. I wet WMte. hurt T12.IATP.I124S -

otherwise a fU'Jlr.-rrf rrav ba FICTrrUXISNAME HEARINGA w.. .Me /_ 1

entered against you for f e relief Pursuant to Section !86509 public hearing will be held at I
demanded in IN c/x-iAwt 'A Florida Statutes, notice is hereby the City Hall, Starke, Fla., Mon, SAYI 21X'
petition given" that the undersigned March 1st. 1976 at 5'00 PM for i h

WITNESS my har" and tr. Allen E Taylor Rt. 1, Box 196. I the following/ purpose: Placing a RAH ROU.OHban Pq4

seal. of said. Court", Jan*"urn 20 Lawtey, Bradford County, mobile home at the following I t ] UTI-KRSPIRART ISli I. / ,4
Florida 32058
1976 doing business locations: '
order the firm name of "BRADFORD All parties will be heard at this : 790w..sSM r

Gtyn S PYVrw TIRE SALES", RI.I, Bon time. SAYE 1:% 1 EE1OS1 tisAYS !,4 / Of!

As perk or 14 r.JI'I; i'A. Lawtey. Bradford CounTy 1)) Wlliam E. Stubbs, 2150 E. $. YE UI IIYl1_ ," 1

Byt224tchg 8P.VatI M e'4.AruF FYxvla 32068. intends to register Brownie/ St. SE '/ of NW'/4 21'% ws 3'

/ :vnl rr1r; said fictitious: name under the 275222846. The old Ralph 4.96 19.88 TJiJr.a: 'H
f<*>'*arse of aforesaid statute... 81nutabDlsdxJNTPltIC..s.
Rd. 16 East.
2/ 12 I Alvarez farm .__.
"': ...D'1..uau tn1 Slim SHIRTS IROIAoarm THEY'RE WUNOHniPRIWUHII
l ______________ Alan E. Taylor, sole owner. ...N DISCOUNT PDICf WAS 21.51.39 =" : ROM TRWWUOiUIp H SUIT PRINTS JEARS Ml JRS.Sett .

Gated this 28th day of AI Crosby, Chairman 1." METAL TI.L HIS Till IVY WITS iA -- ., sort. st> ctott ,. o*...or UcMp ctJortd 1HH ptlyeitir.iirw eatf tided MI Imtntlc tajt
January AD. 1978 at Starke, Starke Zoning Board WTTH HARRY TRAY PRINT LMOAU! SIT OPIOW WAS. SJIe -v oil itn-nkM crept uft 1IL w MX taint cottoi J.M.L IMSctttMOMH,9pockets.-. ,
NEED TO CLEAN YGuP Flonda Merrill Edwards OROAIIZIS TINS WORKSHOP "1-1"- 2.W' SUET (u. l)
TYPEWRITER? Come by The/ "29 4tp 2/19
Clerk I II
Office Shop and pock up some ------------- I City EAGLE.THE CONVENIENT Pack i-ieg. & Kings
City of Starke Fla. I 312 Madison St.
liquid or sheet cleaner for your FAMILY DISCOUNT STORES CIGARETTES ti454
Itchg 2/12 I $444
eCaAaii Wwrf'ixNlt itl7ee iRAl. I 4.7513
typewriter > xKOt --------------1 Op r daily 9 tilS Sunday til B


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BROOKERIN February 12, 11)711) 'l'1'I: ,r:<;it\i'u I'age( IS: f fT '
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BRIEF 'WHAT'S1 77r'Tc.1E ilElszzHtS---
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cLAsSiFIEiiio \
By Jeannette Prescott HAPPENING lr"


Brooker Baptist Church .. ,. .,, __ ,.. .
tL.wvowxNNraxc.ubwm.r .w..uknaww ., i' '.' N N' < m. ,' ...,.,- "'- "'-,-'''''''''

announces heart Banquets that will two be Sweet.held ... ... I :

this Valentine season. The HELP WANTED "r FOR SALE l'FOR Floriland Realty UNITED FARM AGENCY. INC. r
Youth Banquet will start at 7 PERSONAL SERVICE t 1 393 N. Temple Ave I Reg. Real Estate Broker "" (

p.m. Friday Feb. 13, ant the Ih... I 2 BR Fur, House on V4 acre 206 S.Water St I
Adult will be held National AdvertisingPaul
Banquet at 7 Near Real Facts al"Q
Sampson Lake. $13,500
-- - - Faulkner Broker
p.m Saturday. 14. : Appaloosa pony.
A movie "America The ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS WANTED: Master Cosmetolo Call Adrienne Barry 964-5149 3A - I, Irene Faulkner--Assoc. on Real
: Bessent
on Road. Other lots GrltrWillt
Beautiful." will be shown both 114 Christian Street Starke, gist Contact Mr. Otto's after 6pm. 1tchg 2/12 in City for Sale 964.5065 => ( REALTY

nights and the program Fla Thursday and Sundays 8 Beauty Salon. tfchg. -.6L.. Estate _
theme will" be, "God Bless pm Tues. 1 p.m Women's -- -- - House on-13th- St.-,-Jax, Fla. 3 bedroom, frame. house on 1 ., ..., G 5 :
America. The acre $18,50000 Terms By
Friday Group. Call .
964-5709 964-
HELP WANTED for new Sub - 9
speaker will be Clyde - Yt 1
5434or964-6894.1/111tp3/5 Center Sandwich Shop. In Starke, electronic sales Et 4 I
Sperring and the Saturday -- bedroom, brick nice section (
Apply Thursday thru Sunday service business for sale or Cecelia Terwillegar
Speaker Russell Harris The BOOKKEEPER - -
: Excellent refer. lease.
Friday night master of ceremonies ences. Fully qualified to at 821 Bradford Square Double wide M/H. Furnished A country home,or not? This Is a question which can ', ,
keep WANTED Good
used metal
Shopping Center 1tchg 212c : - 1 4' ''
will be Lavern double H Acre only be answered by the prospective buyer. He must ,
Outlaw .
entry books
state and Nice
roofing. Call 964 8806 or 964- building lot in City
-- -- --- on
and consider if the place is easily accessible and how t}
Jr., Saturday night M.C. federal
forms payrolls etc. 8823 after 5. 1tp 2/12/ paved street, 260' x 100' deep ..
will be Carl "Edwards Tommy Small business accounts much travel time it will take daily to and from his '
-- - -- - .
Outlaw will be leader work. Another point to ponder Is zoning. Would it be ..
music wanted on I
a weekly, monthly I House & lot 80' 580'
on water -
both possible to park a mobile home on the next lot? J
nights. or '
quarterly Reason. deep Little Santa
:: on Fe Lake. s '
educational c MISCELLANEOUSLOSE A will also probably consider the distance to
The buildingwill able. YOUR PLACE OR MINE Owner will finance to depend- COWBOY BOOTS woman '
be decorated with scenery Call 9647509. 2/26/ 3tchg HOUSES FOR SALEFOR able buyer. the nearest supermarket. Are schools located nearby ; ..
from the first verse of 3/11 Are utilities. available? Is a church of your choice
- -
"American The Beautiful" BABIESGIRLSBOYSWOMENMEN close? .
WEIGHT 5 acres, near city, just off 301 N.
safely and fast
TAx"sERvTci: these and other questions. It
Betsy Ross will be portrayedby INCOME Bookkeeping We can help you answer
with X-11 diet plan $3.00. SALE:By owner 3 BR, 28 - with -
the customer
is to every
Betty Hayes on Friday and and secretarial services BELTSin policy provide
Reduce excess fluids with X brick home double carport VERNIE P ODOM decision :
Outlaw Let sothat he can make an intelligent
Debby on Saturday. me help you organ- "
Pel $3.00 KOCH sizes 18 to 58
DRUGS. 1/8 partially carpeted drapes. 3 flegr Broker
1 is invited to ize business Call
Everyone at. your Judy
blocks from :
15tchg 4/15 school Ph. 473- 964-547Q 964-7700
tend Miscally, 7823660 2/5 2tp 20J9 after 5 p.m. and weekends WESTERN SHIRTS NEEDED Twenty or thirty acres some pine trees
2/12 and a three bedroom home {1'1
tfchg. ___ _
I'KKSONI.S: -- -- -- -- .. ... lip)
-- -- - -- "
Mrs. Bobby Gnann and chil- WILL BABY SIT for any age CARRADINE'S NEEDED: Three bedroom home with one or more
3 bedroom
dren of Jacksonville and child in my home. 9646821tfchg 10 ACRES acres in or outside the city limits.
house partly furnished, on one
Lawtey. Florida 782.3400 -----
D.W. Hodges Jr of Hampton USEDFOR
.... acre land, off West Market 10 From Furnished mobile home on a beautiful lot on Hampton
lake visited their' parents. -- -- -- -- Road. Box 719. 964-7460. Itp Minutes 13tcha2, 12 .
Mr and Mrs. Evan Hodgeslast OPEN: LOTT'S OF BEAUTY 2/12 Lake. ; .
Keystone Heights '
Sunday. AI Rain of Archer Rd. 325, Hampton. Call Sue SALE: Assume paymentson --- -
their brother-law, loft for appointment. 468 1975 Chevy. 6 Cyl Panel -- -- -- -- Acre Jimmy Moore's 20acres. Modern CB home less than 6 years old with 3 "

joined them for dinner. 1197 1/29 4tp 2/19 Van, 1974 Toyota, 4 new steel FOR SALE: 3 BR 2 Bath block $1,750 Per Sun Sports BR, 2B, CHAA..Iots of built.ins...new barn..on Rd j

Russell Green had an accident - - - belted radial tires. Call 964- with LR. DR Den ft garageon *159 Per Mo. 225. Excellent financing.

last week that did exten- SEWING MACHINES repaired, 6020 or 964-6021 anytime. large lot at 1105 W. MORE BOAT FOR --- -
sive damage to his truck. all makes cleaned oiled and Itchg 2/12 Madison St. Call Freeman YOUR MONEY Beautiful property on Rd. 18 across the road from

Among other Injuries, Mr. adjusted, $7 Work gudr -- - - Register III 964.8771 or 964- NO LOW LAND TF Hampton Lake. 20 30, or 40 acres which could be usedas
Green; received some broken anteed. James Strickland, FOR SALE 1967 5888 tfchg. WEST: 'CKMKXLKKLM. 964-5791 a homesite and farm or developed.
: Chevy pick
in Florida Road ft Hwy up - - COMPLETE OUTBOARD & -- -
ribs and is North corner Morgan 6 : 1\: ( .
16 cyl, good condition 964- STERN DRIVE SERVICE Tastefully furnished 1972 Dolphin MH with 3 BR 2 B,
Gainesville ,
Hospital tfchg liegistpi Broker
Regional in /
5610 Itp 2/12 FOR SALE: By Owner 3 bedroom
I37HMW.: \lime AND REPAIR CH 2300 BTU AC. fenced, nicely landscaped lot 101 x
Dennis Hodge was admittedto HOUSES ft TRAILERS pressure - - 2 bath CB home. LR, Everisgs ("illl: 199 2 metal outbuildings, washer freezer, garden

Bradford washed with chemicals. Wash DR, kitchen Fla. room Art COMPLETE FIBERGLASS tiller riding mower push mower, 30' UHF VHF FM
County Hospital I'alrayu3Irt9
carpet drapes, CA/H, carport REPAIR
away dirt and mildew. antenna..all for t)3,250
following a heart attack last Guaranteed : : r
FOR SAlE ,28x28 garage on 3 lots in FIBER ,
week We wish him a speedy Ph. 4732213. tfchg. r ) -- -
city on Madison Street. Call Dalewood Subdivision -
- --- GLASS FISHING BOATS We have reasonable building in
recovery TV REPAIRS ft SERVICE: Also 473-4201, Keystone 2/5 4tp (just off Rd 14)) city water & sewage...good neigh

used TV for sale $29 95 and 2/26 Large frame house excellent FOR SALE: Electric Pencil bors..attractive homes.
Memorial Gifts up. Used furniture and appliances FOR SALE: Mobile home lots - - condition central H/A, 3 bedroom sharpeners, 3 different styles in -- -

Plumbing and bathroom $95 down Few lots still avail- 2 bath carport corner stock handy for home or Green Acres Pretty lot with trees 150' x ISO'...perfect

To Cancer Fund fixtures. Wood stoves, able in several subdivisions. Jo-Lu MotelAND lot. in city. office For sale at The Office for your dream home.

kerosene, gas and electric Ph. 468.1551. tfchg. - Shop. Cecelia T. Terv-Megar Ren/ Real' Estate Broker .

Address Given heaters. THE BARGAIN CEN-- .- - - Mobile Home ParkINSIDE Frame 2 BR house, 1 bath on 1 206 West Madison Avenue Starke. Florida
TER, 301 South. tfchg. acre Bayless Hwy Area. MIMOSA MANOR
PHONE 9647776
- - -- - Mobile Home ParkA i
Memorial donations to the and supplies. OLIN'S MOBILE WALK TO BRADFORD SQUAREOR 3 to 6 acres clear 4 mi. NIWof Nice Place to Live
American Cancer Society MOBILE HOME MOVING: Also HOME SALES Hwy 100 W DOWNTOWN Starke ,I.

may be made locally to the mobile home hurricane anchoring Starke 9645606. tfchg. 30 Per MonthALL - large Lots -

treasurer Margaret Miller\ at and mobile home roof -- - CITY CONVENIENCESFIRE 3 BR 2 both, CB dwg, on extra Yard CareGarbage FOR SALE
the Community State Bank coatIng. Qin's MOBILE Home AMERICAN FAMILY SOUND: large cor lot in City W/swim- / Can
ServICe. 964-5006 St. Rd.. Sales installation POLICE PROTECTIONCITY 10 Acres off
service, ming pool, central heat ft air !Mail Boxes
16W & Jct. 233, Starke Fla. GAS WATER AND SEWER
Memorial gifts from individuals stereos, phono, reel reel. conditioning Water Brownlee Road
tfchg tapes cassetes, radios Work Jo-Lu Motel Central Plant
groups businesses and - Sewage
organizations in tribute and - - guaranteed. 155.A West Call, 1 Et 2 acres mobile home sitesN Garbage Pickup *1750 Acre. '

sympathy help others live AVON CALLING: To buy or sell 964 7329. trchg. 9648810TFCHQlong W. of Starke Terms 1 car Of(street Parking 29 % Down Giant Mven ft. Gorilla i
- !
through research educationand Avon. Call 755.2807 or write -- Concrete Patio If Mn notify the DR. EVIL
service. When memorialgift Loma Clyatt. P.O. Box 220 TAKE UP PAYMENTS: 1975 O OMI 3 BR Frame house 1 bath 10 iincrocte i / k Street 10 ft. wide Owner will/ finance

is received by the Cancer .l, of the line sewing machine, 200 balance at'8% I
Society an appropriate cardis - -- - out buildIngs. AmperesCall Fri Sat & Sun i-
sent to the family in whose like new. Original price $600 Home and - CONTACT:
memory the contribution was BILL'S SAW SHOP: Complete Balance due $287.80 or need 3 BR, 2 Bath CB dwelling in About our Move.in FLORIDATHEATRE I

gIven. The contributor's name sharpening service, circular, someone to assume $1270 BuildingMaterials city Plan GATOR RANCH ;

the card however, hand, carbide. chain, mower monthly payments. Ph. 964 Phone 964-7498 '
appears on :
the amount of the gift is not blade hollow ground and 8030. Will deliver no obligation George. Roberts Jr. If 964-8799 :
mentioned. Larger donations balanced. Leave at Jackson Itp 2/12 REG REAL ESTATE BROKE'
Starke -WE BUILD t 22 4tcrig :2 12
Building Supply or -- -- - -- TO CAPTURE
from $1.(MM) up are answeredwith tf 9647826REAL I
bronze plaque. Keystone Heights If chg. "YOUR PLANS OR OURS

Donations sent to Mrs. and mobile homes. $180 ESTIMATES- Service Supplies SAVE
Miller. Community State installed $140 unmstdlled Many brands of new vacuums. REMODEL'NG REPAIRS ;
Bank. P.O. Box 350 Starke. GATOR MOBILE HOME Used machines available. ADDITIONS BOB MILNER 964-7604 tr-Ct 1(, .'

must include the name of the SERVICE CO. Ph. 372 9767 Expert Repairs all makes. HOMES BOUGHT 11 2O 1310 2 12 $30
deceased, the name and ad- Gainesville. tfchg Parts and Accessories for all SOLD TRADED /ban C.e.irdon.. a? I

dress of the recipient card of and the vacuum vacuums.cleaning Built systems.in central 712 ACREAGE FOR SALE I ESTATE ,--------t CJ"T7: "-.::: on IS,2 cu. ft allfrofttlvim -

acknowledgement the name and address of the 0FOR N. Main Gainesville 3767110. 964.6853 t ..",-., L"';.! v. L, -.. L Well Drilling "" ''',:, :; I .r- I refrigerator

contributor.c.SS..u:1). FOR RENTFOR Hwy 301 S Starke TF) No
- l' 3088r.r.
3 BR 1 bath frame in Lawtey 2" Thru 6" .... : Icem aker

SALE: HART FEEDS. $1/000 I Fast Rotary 1f: !J\; Was MOO" .

I : .\1)| H.\ riSl : complete line FRM feeds, 3 BR 1 Bath frame, cent. heat/ --'

RENT: Furnished duplex, seeds Spreader truck service MULTIPLELISTINGS air. fenced cur lot *15.000. I Drilling Equipment I t r .. ",,, ... I".
l Isrxdliiii' fur iiiM-i \lion gas, lights and water fur- fertilizer dolomite lime Ph. - .'....1 ''':'I' .. .." I-

|IKMIIMIII preceding nished. Inquire 603 E. Wash- 496 2093. 2/5 4tchg 2/26 2 BR frame stove ft ref in State Licensed ."...,...101...,..:I, ,_
"llitiisil.it iM'fore publication ington Ave 1tp 2/12 - - - .f '" ." ,,
813,000.() ) terms.
FOR RENT: 4 Bedroom $200 country 101,1.. .".. .... ... ..
- - - : ""it ii r.i n .1.
(('<>\ I I": \\old.i I double wide on 5 acre Crosby Lake Estates 2 mi W. 2 BR 4 acres $6.500( stove & ref. $7,500 or two for i 1 = i: Delivered Uw m, $2I'.M* ,
of Starke on RD 100. Owner .
Each uiiiriovrr l" lot. Quiet country 3 miles $14000 total

III trillsMl North of Starke. $145 mo. financed 964 6488 tfchg Handyman special $7,500 - : New & Used : FLA. ONLY
- -- - STARKE
Unfurnished. 964 8556 1tp 3 BR 2 bath masonary $26.000() ) ,
( l.issifieil. .\ must IHIMII 2/12 FOR SALE: Holstein Heifer and 4 BR 2 lots $10.500 '- Sales- PartsService)
fixhi uilt.uue iinlrss! - -- --- 15 (
you month old filly Call after 3 BR alum. siding $9500 964-8090
ii.ur nil established. account FOR RENT: Large apt., no pets 430 pm 9646558. Itchg 2BR, 1 acre $7,500 .,.. I E-Z Terms
'I ilk the 'li-lrKiuph. 'III (hat please. Ph 964 6352. 1tchg 2/12 2 BR frame $$8,400 terms.
cirnl :"ill mils rMrii charge 2/12 2 Bedroom, 2 acres $16.500. I 5' T "rrnrr
--- - - I I Plumbinra\\ i ai Q'55aoB 5 ;
.fin lulling :Not; responsible furrim -- --- 1
/ 1.2 Acres
2 BR lakefront $22.000 82,500.-
when )>i\rii mt'r the FOR RENT: 2 bedroom mobile FOR SALE: Automatic washers. FILL DIRT I

phone. or. when top in not home, heat ft A/C, nice. Several good used recondition 8.71 acres in city $15500.
Off SR JOO-3()( BR $22.000 New Installation
I7ped I | and brought( In the of- Washer ft dryer incl. Call 964- washers. Back yard clearancesale. - I I

tier. 5630 after 5 p.m. 1tp 2/12 Box. I38B Pleasant Ph. Grove 964 5076.Fit 2/5 2, 3 BR. 2 acres $24.500 7.2 acres in Lawtey $2,000() ) Acre. Remodeling Top Soil ; ..-
- -- -- -
- FiDin//
VACANCY SOON 2tp 2/12 Southgate, 3 BR $26,000 12 acres, fenced well pole & Repairs
-- --- -
Sundays septic tank $15.000. terms
BRADFORD VILLAGE Lawtey 3 BR brick $31.000 Call 468-1873 :
10:35: A.M. APARTMENTS: 1 bedroom, FOR SALE -- Yamaha 36.35 acres appx 1200 ft. onUS I r Durranc.\\ :
PORTABLE Electronic
modern furnished A/C/ Keystone 3 BR brick $44000 -301 N. $56.500 Good terms STEPHEN SMITH j
WPXE Radio carpeting walk-in closet, Organ. Excellent condition ,
enclosed patio, off street Amplifier not in. Hampton 1 ft acres $9,200 .... Pumps & Supply I '
1490 315 West cluded. $1000. Ph 964 5875 LAWTIY FI,. STAR ROUTE HAMPTON. FLA.'

Washington St 964 8601 tfod- - -- -- Lawtey 2.75 acres $9,500 ,f1 .782.3806COLORADO. ,. ,, .. Company t ti_ tQ i 01 att t ll B t 0 t ltl'V
tfchg ..
BRASINGTONC.dlll.cOldsmoblle 10 x 20 PATIO COVER: Installed
-- N. Temple Ave.
- Lawtey 4.4 acres $9.500
$185 00. Installed $14000.
Sales& ServiceI FOR RENT: 12' wide mobile, Gator Mobile Home Service 2 canal lots $3.300 Starke "\ OPFN DAILY f.vtf p
ins St'Iet lion 0// L'xitlCur / homes outside limits J.B. :3729767. tfchg I PUBLIC CONSIGNMENT

.. Ici/miOti/ White. Ph. 964 6114. tfchg - - -- 4 canal lots $7,800 964.708TF
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FOR SALE: 12x64 Artcraft 40 Acres $9750
5to 6 acre tracts on the Santa Fe RUCTION
5301GAINESVILLE Subdivision
2001 NW. 13 378 FOR RENT: Olins mobile home, partially furnished -
1,2 acre lots $25 00 per or unfurnished. River $2,000/acre Beautiful Colorado high ,

tf month Water ft Sewage Washer dryer, air, concrete Vi acre MH, terms $5,000 mountain valley The CARPET SATURDAY FEBRUARY 21 -10 a.m.
furnished. For information call steps $4.300, 364 8341 or Mr. best of hunting and InstallationRepairs t,
Mark Olin Olina Mobile Milton 964 8673. tfchg. 7 acres in town $18.000 Professional I
Homes Sates Hwy 100 W., fishing $95 down, $95 Steam Cleaning MONTHWe
Starke. 964 5600 tfchg. 10 acres, Theresa $12,500 monthly 6'. interest Free Estimate
PERSONAl SERVICEPRIVATE - - -- TOP SOil FILL DIRT: 6 days n Owner 806/376.8690 *64-S408 Are Now Accepting

FOR RENT: Business office. week dozer work and Lawtey 10 acres $11,000 I24tp1 3-1:
2/52'p2,12' Equipment For Our February Sale
Furnished or unfurnIshed. dragline, work. Call 468.1873, .

PIANO and voice instruction Very attractive, 800 sq. ft. Star Rt. Hampton STEPHEN Peetsville 11 acres $10,000 Call Us About Bringing In Your
Music Main, Street of Keystone SMITH LANDFILL, tfchg
Bachelor of
Education Please call 533 Heights. Sub-lease for 1 year - - - Garage business with house on Olin's SubdivisionI Farm, Industrial & Construction Equipmentof

2815. 1122 41chg 2/12 Call 473.2600 or 964.5717. 2/5 GARAGE SALE: 206 S. Water U&30I All Kinds Now. '

- 2tp 2/12 Street 9 30 to 5:30 Saturday 700 foot highway 301 frontage, I 'j
REDUCE safe & fast with - T - Itchg 2112RUMMAGE US-301, 21 acres, terms I I I lthIF Bring Your Equipment the Market Plate -
GOBESE TABLETS ft VAP - $35000 = [I .;
"water pills"
Keystone Heights 1/29 SIp t MOTORCYCLES J J'SUZUKI I 403 S. Cherry Street 10 a m. Farm 440 acres, $700 per acre.

,3/18 to 4 p.m. lip 2/12 We have all other typo u.Cf.Sf.O N, E. FLORIDA EQUIPMENT BONDED

- - - ---- - - properties listed. Come in and a at AUCTION

REPAIRS: OF STARKE: Your YARD SALE: Furniture house. see us.

SEWING All makes.MACHINE United Wholesale. authorized Suzuki Dealer wares, etc. Thurs Fri Er Sat. 8 FRED SACKETT'REALTOR TOR -t Lots For Rent 25" Per Water 8S U. S. 17 North Green Cove Springs hJAX.JAx282.4RE389

Keystone Heights 473.3300. Phone 964-6000.304 East Call a m. till 456 W. Madison, 205 N. Temple! (US.:XI) :, Acre. ewageMo., Fdmished (904)284-5977
Street. tfchg 9648966( lip 2/12 468-1642 Ph" ( )
1/29-ltchg 2/19 904/964-6622. Call Mark Olin 964-5606 Hwy 16 & Morgan Rd. "
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I' III TRI.KC.KAIMI: .February 12.: 1"741

. . .. 2 Reading Teachers Approved To Work At BMS, High School -

Approval for employment of third graders, .86 years ((8.6 Cost of two new reading Douglas and Supt. Jockel that school headed by princi-
two reading teachers, one months) growth for second teachers will be paid through replied that Mrs. Parmenterdoes pal Dewey McKinney stated
0 each at the middle and .92 the that teachers did not want to
school and graders years growth increased enrollment, makingit have seniority over
high school, was given Mon- in first graders involved in the unnecessary to dip into other employee. Douglas said disrupt education hours to
& day night Feb. 9, by the Brad- program. The goal was .5 reserve funds, Jockel said. the other employee had health serve an early meal.
: ford School Board at the years improvement. The board and staff also discussed problems which might have -No action was taken on
request of Supt. Richard Students in grades 1-2 the laxity of the academic prevented her from performing raising the price of milk to 15
Jockel and the administrativestaff. receive reading Instructionfrom program In recent at Starke Elementary. cents from 10 cents per half
33 to 4 hours each day. years. Both agreed that read- Jockel said cafeteria workersare pint. Douglas said the school
Heading teachers at the Projects Coordinator Lucille ing skills are the key needed to employed as that, not as a system was losing .028 centson
middle and high school levelsis Payne told the school board enable students to progress. cashier, even though that each carton of milk sold at
ttM an attempt to obtain con- Monday night In grade 3 it Is "We've got to turn it around might be the duty assigned.The the school every day, or a
family centers tinuity of the reading program one to two hours, she said. somewhere," Supt. Jockel board restated its policyof daily loss of about $J6.
carried out since 1972 in The board asked and stated. keeping its hands out of ad- -Asked how long tht? higher
grades 13. The elementary received assurance that the Among other personnel ministrative affairs of the price would have to remain
program, with a budget of two reading teachers will be matters, the school board: schools, telling Mrs. Par effective to make up the loss,
$192,000. is funded under Title used solely to teach reading. -Approved the appointmentof menter it could not intercedein Douglas!( said.It would depend
1 of the federal Elementaryand Jockel also told the board Myrna Lou Rahn as the matter on how the price of milk to the
faJffirmmllJ( ( 0 QOG7(! Jl(3( Secondary Education Act that 41 percent of the present coordinator of special projectsat "Well, like I say, your posi-- schools fluctuates. He said he
The Title I reading program ninth graders at Bradford the administrative level in tion Is coming up soon," Mrs. would come back to the board
SHOPPING gives extra help to students High School have reading dif- the county office at a salary of Parmenter told Supt. Jockel, later in the school year, if the
U. S. 301 S. CENTER Starke Fla. with reading problems in ficulty. In the eighth grade $13,925. The new administrative speaking of the upcoming race loss continues, to ask for the
grades 1-3. Test results show- class at Bradford Middle position is assured only for the county superinten- raised price.Summers.
ing reading level Improve- School 112 students with read- until June 30. A secretary for dent's position.In .
ment have been most encouraging ing difficulty have teen Iden- Miss Rahn was also em- discussion of the
in the elementary tified. ployed. cafeteria system, business FilesComplaints
PACKAGED reading program, Jockel The school board agreed -Upheld the administrative affairs manager Eddie
says. with the administrative staff transfer of Mrs. Louise Par- Douglas told the board that On
33 Last year's Title 1 evalua- that reading must be stressed, menter from vo-tech cafeteria the lunchrooms were nearly
: $ tion reported a full year's that it is the key opening worker to Starke Elementary $4.000 in the black after facingan
ROSEBUSHES growth in reading skills of doors to learn other subjects. cafeteria worker, replacing $8.000 deficit three months Marshal Green
Johnny Cuffee who resigned.Mrs. into the school year. Douglassaid
Parmenter appeared at the overage will probably
Citizen Bill
the board meeting Monday slack off toward the end of the HAMPTON -
(UUUE3( AUTO night and objected to being year as inventory is depleted. Summers filed several Council complaints -
transferred. She said she had --Douglas briefly mentioned! with the City
FINE Each SALES break. here on Tuesday Feb. 10
seniority over another vo-tech that the idea of serving
SELECTIONS cafeteria worker and that the fast to students under a new against J\1arshallalph Green
413-44JO I 413-40J8 board's who has been under fire in
policy had been to state program would have to
follow the seniority rule in be discarded due to the inabilityofSouthsideFlementary recent weeks.

16 DATSUN PICKUP 75 transfers. Mrs. Parmenteralso toad
said she asked for her jobas juts its schedule to allow The complaint stemmed
Fire engine red, 3,000. White with maroon top cashier back. time for the donut, juice and from Summers' char l that
Business Eddie milk. committee at Green did not write er. ugh
miles, 4 speed. Just 8 interior, AIC study
new 12,000, tickets for speeding and also a
6 second charge of some cars
ARBORVITAE $ $369 $4350 Drainage <1.'rDm Page J) ----------- blocking Green's the Garage sidewalk a in block frontof

program cost around $975.000. are earning interest.In from city hall here.
75 CHEV. 74 CHEV. But the architect pointed out other discussion Monday

Custom! pickup, AITPIS, PIck-up, white automatic, Monday night the board has night, the boardAuthorized : Green replied to the council
EVERGREENSSTUART P/B, white 8 blue, Nice included no funds for furnish- a request to the that he had issued 30 warning
Like new, 6 cyl ings, storm drainage, site state Department of Trans- citations in a 30 mile per hour
truck. work, covered walkways at portation to install an inlet on zone for persons going( :)2)
$3850 $3150 BHS, and an impact fee to SR-16 when paving near miles per hour. He said he
:-" hook onto Starke's sewage Starke Elementary School to /gave( several tickets recentlyfor
\ treatment system. Salley provide adequate drainage.Was speeding in the city.
\r "lA' 74 PLY. SCAMP 73 CHEV LAGUNA indicated he wants the boardto approached by Lin-

or DESIRABLE Yellow, auto, air. and Blueam-fm, swivel seats, decide which alternates it Is coln City resident Willie President Ted Curtis. Sr.
AIC P/B.. steering!>> able to pay for to prevent him Brown about the property for asked Mayor Arthur Kruno
power steering, clean car console, from doing engineering workon sale in Lincoln City be turned and Grel'n'to /get( together to
ready to
go projects the board will not over to the residents for talk over Summers' charges.The .
4wPECAN $ 66 $2550 $280 be able to afford recreational purposes. He
Salley also told the board said if the board approved the council approved a
that some prices have gone request, the county would be request by Green to allow him
73 OLDS CUTLASS 73 GRAND PRIX down and some up slightly asked for funds to fix up the to buy a fire extinguisher and

Green, power steering, Tape deck, tilt wheel, since he made his original property for. a recreationfield. a first aid kit for his patrol
elect. window, rally estimate some six months .
A TREES brakes, air and automatic wheels. Sharp car. ago, but that he feels the cost A committee composed of car.The council passed an ordinance -
( will still be in the general area board members Rodney Hall on the third reading Inset
$31 $3150 he and the board talked about and J.T Parrish board attorney five
a per cent qualifyingfee
before, Jesse Wolbert and concerned -
for all candidates for city
"You scared me with that citizens of the Lincoln
offices effective .
1 GALLON CAN 72 CHEV. 72 V.W. BUG 'new cost estimate' talk" City area will study the POSSI- councilmen immediately.The get $i:> pt'r

Pickup, va, AT.. Supt. Richard Jockel told the bility and report back to the meeting and the Mayor gets
White, Good board.
Condition architect. Jockel appeared
Short Wheel Base $::15! per meeting.
relieved. .Set an organizational
88BUSHES The board has the appro- meeting fora school plant sur- was Councilman the only member Eugene Tailor of the
AZALEA $ $1995 $1895 ximate $1.2 million in state vey for Feb. 23: at 8 p m. to council not 'present atthe
school construction funds on a prepare for study of Bradford meeting.
certificate of deposit at the school facilities. The study
71 CAMARO 4 INTERNATIONAL Florida Bank at Starke. must be completed by the end
Gold Power Steering, Jockel said the board still has of the month in order for the
Brakes. Automatic and Air 1 Ton,4-Speed, Dual the full amount it received county to qualify for state Salaries...
Sharp Looking Wheels, V.S, Tool Boxes from the state, and the funds building funds.

-. ''l-'nini I'.IKI- |"
$23 $169
dropping to 20 PSI at the end(
Wayne Douglas of the line.

FRUIT TREESSUN 71 PONT. VENTURA 71 fORD GALAXIE .-Agreed that water customers -
who KignMlhe I petitionto
4 Door, AIT, AIC, Good qualify the town for the
6 r
Cyl Auto T rans. OOCE 1Dp0
Family Car FIIA loan for the water system -
RED NECTARINE will not he dmrg"t'a
$995 $1150 deposit. !New; customers will

L 00U E f be.
FLORADAWON -Reiterated that hook. ups l'n
YOUR 10 EI new customers wilt IK- 'mdrfor (
Camino Custom Cutting Wrapping Of cost plus Id percentor! ad.
PEACH $ O 50 ministration.
CHOICE 350, va, Automatic Power Steering, Chrome Wheels nan n..1l'l
Your Beef or Pork > 1 been determined how

METHLEY PLUM ** 9250KEYSTONE Pork Curing Service ever.-Allowi the Calvary I Hap-
t ti'"* Church to use! the city hall

HEIGHTS Pork Sausage For SaleU for--a religious I.iwtcy meetingTold I::Klcincntarv..

SHADE TREES S 301 North of St.irku. Principal Jim Dunran I lit;
'In South End Ot Hditmiuml. s Discount' Hi us.. approach the school hoard for.
473-4470 & 473-4078 Pliuiit! 4 b'J'JI! n IK, site approval I and the IM'A
ahoul its donation bclore 'the
council will agree to donate
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court on the !school l grounds:
RED The Ill'wMer system! !
CHOICE $ O50GARDEN usurped the .old h.iskrlb.ill''
SILVER MAPLE court. I Duncan is Irving to gel:
L the eity to pay SI.IHMI. tin- |'T.l. .\
WEEPING $l. WILLOW l'r.11! fund adding the rest nl the
$2.5lMcxld> cost Council mem
hers said they 'thought a concrete .
court would he superiorto
asphalt.Agreed! .
$366 ,- to look at holes in
the road in I front of HendersonHudson's !
HOE house! with allI'.
toward filling! them in.
-Was told by J R. Scott I he
new chairman of the I.aIt'v
LONG HANDLE Recreation Hoard that roof;
Q44 ..--....- trusses! are in place on the recreation

\. For Valentines building( under construction
and the roof was in
SHOVEL process of being dried! in. Scott
h 4 invited the men to assist with
1973Ashboro the building every Saturday
A :Nov-'; I I. I 1l71!) completion dale '
4 I
BAMBOO i' is set. IBM: Corp. has donated
12x70 -3 Br $2.1)00) toward construction of
the recreation building.
$188 Bath & / ,-.\ '!! repairs for the
LEAF RAKEPLAST garbage truck to rady it for
inspection including a new
$4795 ....:::::::.. FHA Financing Available water pump

::: ..:.:... On All New Homes --Approved battery for purchase the front of end anew

C cHANGiNG I. ::: loader.--Was told by McCulley that
POTS 3 7
'.. fireman James Waters was
employed legally under the
Before You Buy... ::: federal Comprehensive

See Mark Olin He Can :: : Bath & /a As Is 1970 Casa VegaSave Kmployment(CKTAI.: : ) McCulley Training had con-Act

17 You Money '%; $5995 12x60Mobile of tended low income Waters status not indigent, but said or

$1 ;. CKTA: representatives have
POT .:: Bath & % .3 Br told him the program is not
Olin's :: lust for the needy !New; CKTA:
:;::; priorities for the town of Law-
ley McCulley said area mar
$4295 shal, a fireman a maintenance
HOUSEPLANTS Homes man and a second fire
Ct man.Commended
44 former fire
chief M.M. Jordan for his
Hwy 100 w Starke, Fla. work in organizing I the department

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