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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 19, 1976
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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fi--_ "]. Plans for a $1.3 million building program Were revamped Monday night by the Bradford school ''i'

.. ..' i"t.--. boar! in an attempt to substantially complete iradford High School within the coming year.
'"u'" i\i!\ \.* New plans to be presented to a state committee doing a five-year building priorities plan Feb. 2327 -
saw" + T' .t, .llnr att .1' City Gates here Includes moving sixth graders from tt! middle school to outlying elementary schools. New
h : i/o'...!":C"; Okays plans eliminate plans for the six classroom cOttlex which would have housed the sixth grade at the
middle school in favor of building three rooms each at Starke Elementary and Southside
Elementary and one additional classroom lit Lawtey Elementary.
Moving sixth grade will eliminate a space problem at the middle school.
Around Hi School The two kindergarten classrooms for SE al58 are still In the plans, making a total of five new
classrooms for both elementary schools In $t tarke. Hampton and Brooker Elementary Schools
w. presently have K-6. The new move will be to vain have grades K-6 at SE SS and Lawtey grades 7
and 8 at the middle school and grades 9-12 at tt! high school.
To Control Nothing can be built with state monies that jll not Included on the priorities list to be mad by the
Traffic committee In the five-year survey. Once the "I'lorities are set they cannot be changed without u

resurvey or "spot" survey.
Permission for dosed gates schoolcars being able to pick
around Bradford students The board Instructed architect unless it II! tnenlioned on) the classrooms at SS, SF;. and
on streets up (many of them
School of fenc- Cra ig Salley to hold up on new prioritf list. Lawtey
5ii S High as part a minors) during school hours
Architect Sallev and the
for
design plans everything
designed to control without and
permission non
stunts was given Tuesday students entering the school except the high school until The board hopes the following board are hoping,( bids will r
the Starke Com- visit students the committee comes up with project planned Monday come in about IS percent
Fair night by City grounds to ,
BHS
Science
Opens Thursday under the $1.3 million figure.
The
mission. many times to sell drugs Its recommendations. night will ne on the list: two
Four of the six proposed Francis said. board did not realize until kindergarten rooms at SS and which would enable the board
KIN Sl'nlurI'IWP\ ..tudl'nt.lpnnlf..r .loc..1. weighs one of several white mice she will display gates will be temporarily "This will not only solve Monday night the impact of two at SE.:; Qhase 4 of Bradford to complete all the projects
111111..dav. and 'rlday a4 part or the Bradford IIIjh Science 'air. closed during school hours) or some problems for me. but the priorities list, but was told High and tile/ home economics listed. Sup Jackel said Monday -
.lu'kl'I'II..tUft on the .rr..ctnf tpmlprature fm the development of leukemia will be- let up foredging from 9 a.m. till 3 p.m. on will alleviate some of by Supt. Richard Jockel and suite and V\lsitll'SS education night; construction money
{ !: ( nnel public display along with about 511 other entries In the fair Thursday mornlnl weekdays explained BUS problems too" Francis said your his staff that the committee's sUIte of Phase 5 of BHS which now available totals ahuu.SI.IH.OOO. .
Judging( begins otlO a.m.. according( to Ill IS science department chairman Jerry McGrlff.Itt.plays Principal Charles Francis. nodding at Bowen,who agreed recommendations will be final would substantially complete plus interest gained; !
; flf science fair projects ill b. open to the public 8:30 unlll R p.m. Thursday nl/lht./: These four gates three block- that traffic around the school and the board can do nothingLawtey the high school, plus the 11 while In the bank.If .

F'hlll.dUHII, high..fudges groups ill tour the fair which w ill be Set lip In the science department of Bradfoid ing traffic on Washington had led to several arrests. lower bids as come architect In 15 percent Sulky' J A

: for the fair areWhim lam Beneke, I.'h..mlcal..nltlnel'r for DuPont: Mrs. Sharon Ilrower Street to Adkins and Street one stopping would entry alle- The school board voted In hopes the project total would '

Bradford :Middle S'hIH" science teacher: Kathi Moody, Keystone heights 111gh School science viate the traffic flow around December to put up fencing be $1.11I5.000. or UI5JMMI less ';
lo'a'III'I'lr8.: : Marie WoMlley, Union' County high science department chairman: Ralph the school Francis said and around Bradford High to work Water than the $1.3 million piojected. -
Walker l'nlon ('ounty IIIlh science t..achrr: Tom Beard, dean of students at Palatka Central would allow control "from on the problem and approved .
I high: and :\Ir'l. Susan ('lIlbert. uchhol high( science t..al.'her. both outside and inside" the the gate proposals at its Feb. 9 "Are we still talking" ; 1\: percent -
Winners of the local science fair "III have another month to pollllh their projects before the school. meeting. Other solutions to below this? asked! board
regional( science fair scheduled for midMarch.Dukes : Two other gates would disciplinary problems will be Turn-On Is Set member Arthur Gaskins
referring to the $1.3 million
remain permanently closed brought before the board after

although they could be used the fencing and gates are up. UWTEY Water will be Work began on the water fij1ure."Yes.; Quite frankly these

r for emergency vehicles or turned on in the new city system the latter part of 1974 estimates are f'onservallve"
In other action at Tuesdayniiht's
parking. One of these will be short the system here by next Thursday after several years of controversy Salley replied meaning the
meeting
_ Cason Clash located just past Francis'house "'cbiTissioe'" night, Feb. 26, or the city over building the estimates are hij1h.;
on Lake Street and the -Voted to couplings eouncif wilt'lnvoke a daily system financed with $7eon0 If bids turn out 10 be higher
other just past the field house on t the joints put of new water and penalty charge under terms of from the City S 100.000 Farmer's than estimated tiats can Ix
on Adkins Street blocking an
the contract. lIorf\e Administration cut by building!! "portable"classrooms
lines SR-16 west
Orange Street entrance to the sewer on This was the unanimous de.cisicn grant and a $250.000 FHA al the three etc 1 .
from US-301 to Starke Elementary -
Over Union School school.If School before the of) the city commission loan. l11enlarv IIl.'hools. Although; tilt
these two gates remain meeting In special session In other action pertaining to hoard Is trying; 10 substantially -

permamently closed the the road-widening area. The project crew will repaves cost Tuesday night, Feb. 17, to operating the system, the complete the high
enclosed area may be used for make last minute decisions on councilSet : school everything except the
parking facilities Francis the city an additional to $7.500.street operation of the -120.000 sys- a $l0( deposit fee and a home economics section of }I

Spending Procedures said.Gates department according supervisor city S.R. tem which Initially will serve $3 turn.on f fee.Decided Phase !5 I could be cut. I'\'f'rv:
will remain open during hicks if the work Is done by some 175 customers. Contractors -- users will be attempt will be made 10 ,ket,
the summer months, Raulerson Construction which were some 39 days past liable for Cutoff 10 days after the home economics and husi-
the old single telephone Francis told the council when the original completion date bill. education sections In
LAKE BUTLER Confrontations spending procedures allowing ing recently completed such work receiving the second ness
between Union County the board to approve bills system and the new central quesl1oned. on US-30t in the city. at the council meeting Tues --Decided meters will be 'St't' Page( 1i.
School Superintendent James before checks were made."I switchboard system now In Starke Police Chief Jimmy day night. read the first week days after
Cason and school board member resent the implication operation for all county Bowen will also be given a set. -Dl'Cided to accept a court- The city granted a 3odaysadditional the 20lh of 1 each month and
Donald Dukes over spending that I have done anything schools was presented at of keys to the gates for emergency ordered refund from the Florida time to Jackson & that bills 'ill be In the mail 3 Arrested
procedures occupied attention wrong," Cason countered Duke's request. Business vehicle use. Gas Transmission Sons of Pompano Beach the prior to the first of each
of the board 'eb. 10 adding that he had never gone manager Bill White showed Council unanimously voted Company in one lump sum jobber installing the pumping month In Drug Bust
board the the comparative report to allow the construction of the system. Jackson has had clerk
with no resolution against policies rather than In Installments. -mpl\yed\ city
Dukes questioned the money for the remodeling revealed that a monthly save gates as long as all expenses The $2-1.197 to be paid the city trouble with a collar leaking Lucille Sil1ford at $150 per Three Bradford County
board's policy of approving project was In the budget and ings of more than $200 could were borne by the school by order of the Federal Power but has not installed a single month to temporarily do the residents were arrested! early
bills after payments had under the purchase order system be made under the new 36-sta- board. Board general services Commission for excess piece of pipe to eliminate the clerical work pertaining to the Valentine's morning! for possession .
already been made reminding bills had to be paid Imme- tlon switchboard system director Jesse Moore said charges during the period problem in the pump station, system. Mfs. Shuford does not of more than five
the board that Cason had diately. White also said that long dis- even the "Dead End" and would No t96H974! will be deposited in according to city clerk Lucille want the job fullttme but will grams flf mariJuana.
Traffic"
remodeled school executive The new telephone system tance calls could be better Through signs the utility account Shttford. work until the system Is in Donald Williard Martin 27
offices across from the middle for the schools also brought controlled under the new sys- be placed around the school at The town was promised the operation -.IIhen the town can was charged with sale and
school before the board had criticism from Dukes as ano- tem, which includes a Watts board expense. Girls To lines would be washed out find a paruhl1e clerk to handle delivery of marijuana in the
officially approved the action. ther example of a large purchase line.Cason Two problems led the StageRunAThon with chlorine today (Thurs- the water clerical duties. 3:30: a.m. arrest Fl'b. H.
Dukes asked for changes In not approved by the said that a new and principal to seek the gates and day. Feb. 19)) and that the sys- David Larry Martin 211. and
for the -Set the of mainten-
board needed intercom to the bus proposed fencing tem will go on-line by next salary Glenda Jean Martin 25. were
"To get down to the crust of barn and the elementary BITS girl's track begins its Wednesday night. The State ance man Leo pyal at $180 per arrested for possession of the
the matter, the telephone school had been included In Department of Health will week with half being paid
sys- Dry Weather season with the staging of a from the stater system and illegal drug.!( All three gave; an
Q'JrIJ1Un: itricr tem was installed without any the installation charge Run-A-Than at the track this conduct tests on the system hall from the city. address of Route I I. Box 3t9.
board knowledge except No new employees were Saturday, Feb. 20. to raise Monday through Wednesday. Starke.
through the grapevine," hired to man the switchboard. Increases Fires money for uniforms. Almost a pound of marijuana .

Dukes said Cason said as one of the existing Because of dry weather in Girls will run from nine till was confiscated In the
You want to take over day i employees was charged recent days James of five In a relay race one of Legislative Hearings Set Next Week early morning arrest according .
to-day administration. I'm not With the duty. Dukes com- the Bradford County office of thirty girls running at a time. to sheriff's deputy Glen .
going to let you"' Cason said. mented that a S635 monthly the Division of Forestry has Each girl will run as many State senators Bob Saun- County will also have a chance Moore. lie and his deputies
Board attorney Wayne Carroll employee had taken the announced 30 fires have been laps as she can and will solicit den and Kenneth McKay wIll to air thoughts on upcoming Don Denton and John Dempsey I'I
suggested the board set a sWitchboard duties. worked by his department in pledges from people In the join Representative Frank legislation Monday night also confiscated smoking
dollar limit on expenditures to One teacher voiced a com- the first 17 days of this month community to pay so much Williams in a public hearing to Feb. 2.1atS p.m. in the county paraphernalia and a set of
be made without prior board plaint about placing long distance compared to 13 fires worked in per lap, according to track discuss upcoming legislation commission Represen- gram scales used for packaging -
approval, but no action was personal calls under the January. coach Melba 1I0ward. at the Bradford County com- tatives Sidney Martin Bill { the Illegal weed for sale
taken on the matter. It is sche- new system. Teachers are not Hayes said that seven were Goal for the Run-A-Thon is mission room Tuesday, Feb. Andrews and George Grosse he said.
duled for re-examination aL allowed to place calls through careless fires and 23 were of S600 to uniform the entire 24. at I p.m. will be among\ legislators pre- The trio has been released
the March meeting.A the switchboard to be billed to the incendiary of fire. squad. Lake Butler and Union sent at the meeting. on bond.
she said and type
requested report compar- a home phone, ,


by Friday SOCK Little, Women Feb HOP 20 --- Velma Found --- I IVelma

':Music JO p.m.by. midnight Mr CC Jean Covington Guilty Manslaughter \


Woman' Club Jean Covington, 18. Gunter at his residence on to Starke they saw Arthur She then testified that Miss Jones disposed of the billfold MissCaftoll admitted under Under Green's questioning;
BC ----- was found guilty of man- Grand Street the night of Feb. Jones In his vehicle with his Covington kicked Gunter, took which MIss Carroll identified cross examination by Gaines- Miss Carroll denied kicking;
HOSPITAL
BO. slaughter a decision handed 23. 1975. She received Immun- girl friend Miss Cru er. a blanket off his bed and put it in ourt. ville Attorney Aaron Green Gunter. She said Jones picked
Thurs.. Feb. 19 I down at 2 p m. Wednesday Ity from prosecution for her Carroll then testifIed that over Gunter's head. She then said that Jones that she and Zelma Cruger Gunter up and slammed him I
7p.m.board Feb. 18. by a 12.man Circuit testimony In the case. Jones andhe three girls went She said they then went to a gave each of the girls $5 and were 1M ones to encourage to the floor.
room Court jury after two hours of Arthur Jones 37. was con- to Lincoln City where they discussed juke joint in the town of John- kept the balance of the $1.500 Jones to gCl to Gunter's house ISce
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BC SCHOOL BO. deliberation In the first degree victed by a Bradford County seeing Gunter counting son near Hawthorne where taken In the robbery. to rob hiM iI
murder trial of Tom Gunter. jury last August of first his money several days before I
SPECIAL Monday,MEETING Feb 2JSp.m. Judge R.A. Green Jr ordered degree murder in the beating on the porch of his house. Pathologist Ordered To Show Cause For being Late To Witness Stand i I

a pre-sentence Investigation death and was sentenced to Miss Carroll then testified -
board performed before he life In prison. that Jones drove his car near Circuit Court Judge R A. Judge Green was made dered Dr. Clark to appear could work the hearing!( In as
room determines the sentence. Miss Carroll along with the motor vehicle inspection Green Jr. signed an order In aware by the state attorney's before hiM. Judge Green told he had one trial about to go to
BC-ZONING----BO. The case went to the jury at Miss Covington Jones and station and laid that Jones Tuesday afternoon Feb. 17. office that Dr Clark had also Dr. Clark that he had changed the jury and another starting
Feb. 10:55: a.m. Wednesday. The Miss Cruger were Indicted bya asked she and Velma Coving- asking Sheriff Dolph Reddish been subpoenaed to testify In his mind aM that it would be with 50 jurors waiting for the
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7JO jury was sequestered for Bradford County Grand jury ton to take Pepsi Cola bottles to serve Gainesville Patholo- Circuit Court In Orange unfair to Make him spend the Houston Flowers trial on a
commissionroom p.m. unch at the Holiday Inn just of murder In the first degree. with them as they walked up gist Dr Melvin W. Clark with County on Tuesday Feb. 17. night In jail charge of written threats to
County down from the courthouse on MIss Cruger was granted 10 the house. a show cause order of why he They also made Judge Green "It would be a good Idea kill to get under way after the
Temple Avenue. The jury Immunity by the state in order Arthur Jones according to should not be held in contempt aware that Dr. Clark had been that when You return to court Covington trial went to the
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CARD PARTY returned from lunch at 1:10: to gain her testimony In the Miss Carroll went to the Gunter of court for being late for the served first by Bradford on Wednesday morning at 9:30: jury.
Thurs.. Feb. end took another hour to trial of Jones but shortly house and knocked on the first degree murder trial of County to appear at the Cov. a.m. that yOIl be accompanied Judge Green told Goldin
7110 26 decide the verdict before the trial was to get door. She laid that Gunter Velma Jean Covington. ington murder trial. by an attorney," Judge Green that Judge Gunter Stephenson
p.m.Country ClubProceeds The trial got under way under way she disaweared. It stuck his head out the door The show cause order wu said.On who Is a Circuit Court Judge;(
To Monday morning Feb. 18. at was then necessary for the and asked what they wanted. served on Dr. Clark by Brad- In the order Judge Green Wednesday morning Dr. from Polk County was scheduled -
Benefit The the Bradford County Courthouse state to grant Miss Carroll Immunity Arthur then the witness testified ford County Shtorlff's Lt. Glen told the sheriff to take Dr. Clark arrived at the court to be a witness and that
Cancer with the selection of so that she could testify flit Gunter In the face A. Moore after Clark testified Clark into custody and keep house accompanied by trial already was delayed by
.. Society- seven women five men and a for the ltate. She was one with his fist. as the final stale witness on him in the Bradford County Gainesville attorney Selig the extra time the Covington
c. rNfy 01ul male alternate to hear testi- of the main witnesses In the She said Gunter fell half in Tuesday afternoon Feb. 17.Dr Jail overnight and bring him Goldin wl-a asked the court for trial had taken.
Ilr (!!ianlmuuitytltte mony in the case. Jones trial. the door and half In tM ho.-. Clark was subpoenaed to court at 9:30: a.m. Wednes- an Immediate hearing. Goldin then requested that
Main witness for the state Miss Carroll In the Coving- Then Miss Carroll testified to be In court for the trial by day. Feb. 18. the Clark hearing!( be poet- l
Junk on the opening day of the trial ton trial laid that she went that they found Gunter'l panta t.I I the state attorney's office at 9 After the Covington trial Judge Green denied the request poned until Thursday Feb. 19.
Alcaunn New Inwrld UIIT. was Patricia Carroll, one of with Miss Covington to a bar on a nail hanging In the closet a.m. Tuesday Feb. 17. lie did was recessed on Tuesday loran Immediate hearing and Judge Green agreed: tn
.....OM Oyrldrr.0 three girls who were Involved ketball game In Waldo. She and found the billfold after, not appear In court to testIfy afternoon until Wednesday and told Goldin that he"ould hold a hearing on the show
WMfa. Ift.u{.ft_'''''' In the robbery and murder of said later when they returned searching the house. until after 3 p.m. on Tuesday. morning.( !( Judge: Green or- have to wait until hto cause order until that time.


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I Struth Performs In LCCC Production


LAKE: CITY Martha pretation students to perform fessionals will highlight the f Ie fYlte Jf; !
J Rtruth, daughter!( of Mrs. Lou the play in preparation for the three-day seminar exploring { PI w/
f', Rtruth of Starke performed l annual Celebration of Literature "Woman, Her Infinite
Tuesday and Wednesday in at the University of Variety." The program will
the one-act play "A Mothl'r's South Florida Ft'b. 18.21. call attention to the depths IrlooIy Society Cdilor, 9647608

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College!( Guest performances of explored in literature and the
Miss Struth, a 1974 graduate( Cicely Tyson and other pro- arts.
of Bradford High Scholl, ispill't Card Party For Woman s Club Has Needlepoint Program Feb. l 1
of a group of 16 oral inter- I
Mrs.Richard Welty Re-Elected Cancer The Valentine theme was on the luncheon and' pillow $2.75.
II FundPlanned carried out In the decorations raffle Mrs. V.J. Spengler(
.! Pine Level Groups IJresidcnt Library Friends for the Woman's Club of Mrs. Lester Crews reported president, appointed Mrs
I Feb 26 Starke luncheon.meeting held that the Junior Club would be R.A Green chairman of the

III Enjoy Valentine !\Irs. Richard Welty was reelected Starke-Bradford County, Beta Wednesday of last week. having a spaghetti supper and nominating committee with
resident of the Sigma Phi Sorority, Denmark The ladies of the Starke Golf Mrs. AJ Barry presented a fashion show at the clubhouse Mrs. S.W. Hamilton and Mrs
Parties Feb 13-14 Friends of the Library at the Furniture Co.. Employees of and Country Club will sponsor program on needlepoint and on March 4. Tickets will be J.W Kincaid as co-chairmen.
annual meeting Monday the Maintenance Dept. of the a card party Thursday showed several pieces of
The addition to the
educational new budding of the night Feb t6, at the Bradford City of Starke, Junior February the Country 26. at Club 7:30: for .the at needle work using the ladies Night Enjoyed By Starke Rotary
PmI' Level Baptist Church County Public Library. Woman's Club of Starke bicentennial theme Mrs.
benefit of
was the setting for the Mrs Wayne Whiffen was reelected Bradford County Telegraph, Cancer the American Barry urged members when Members of the Starke A dinner of charcoal broiled
Sweetheart banquet for the vice president and Radio Station WPXE, City Guests Society. making needlepoint to put Rotary Club and their Rotary steaks was followed by entertainment
teens Saturday night. Mrs. Drew Reddish was Councilmen of Starke County attending may their their name and year it was annes !gathered( at the Starke of country music
"orty.nine young people elected secretary-treasurer. Commissioners of Bradford bridge favorite canasta card gin or made on the work. Golf and Country Club last provided by Phil Jones and
enjoyed the dinner and ac- During the meeting County Bradford County will be game. Door Mrs Martha Dorko Friday night for their annual Hick Underwood Several
tivities. presided over by the Library Board, 1\1rs. Carolyn prizes asked awarded. Guests reported that profit from the Ladies Night banquet. numbers were, original!: compositions .
The banquet room was president Certificates of Eaves, Girl Scout Cadl'tte are cards for their to bring table.their Refresh-own play "Oklahoma" was or the two boys.
decorated 10 the Valentine Appreciation were presented Troop No 520. Guaranty ments will be furnished. $1892.91 after the club bought Each: lady guest was presented -
theme with hearts, cupids red to the following for services Federal Savings and Loan Tickets platform and some grass and Beth Waters with a Bicentennial cup
roses and red candles.In rendered to the library: Assoc.. Lawtey Community Cynthia Mitchell, at from$1.50 may be payed all bills. Mrs R.A as a memento of the occasion.
the activities room Senior Citizens Club of Correctional Center Charles purchased Mrs George Green made a motion that Honored AtValentine
W. Roberts, Jr of
Bozeman, Lion's Club of at Stumps Richard Jockel's name be put Sock
games were enjoyed by the James HardeeEngagement Department Store.Connie Hop By
group. A musical skit was Library Bering Starke Jimmy Bowen Bill on the plaque in the club Dinner
presented by Valerie Jones lIaas and Lorraine Schaeffer, Told thanking him for his helD in little Women At
Coordmator. the plays for the Mrs. Danny Waters was
Lonnie Broome, Frankie \Io'ie: Program State Projects producing
k The Friends at the Colston rillh. The motion carried.A crowned Valentine queen of
Monday was
.' Crews and Mike Scott !\fl' and Mrs. John F. Mitchell Club House Feb.
Chosen as Valentine King The Bradford County Public meeting,decided to purchases Jr. of Starke announce letter of thanks was read the Gamma Theta chapter of 20
I and Queen were Lonnie Library will show the first window shades for the library the engagement!( and Celebrates 5th from Mrs. Lucille Payne Beta Sigma Phi at a Valentine
Broome and Robin Milner. film of its film program next using proceeds from the proaching marriage of their ap- curriculum director thanking party held at the home of Mrs. The Little \\'on1'n's Club
'eb. membership drive and book the club for sponsoring four Richard Little on February 14. will have sock
Thursday. 26. at I p.m. daughter Cynthia Ellen; to Birthday Feb. 1 a hop Friday
Approximately 33 attended This IS the first year the sale.Refreshments James Stephen Hardee of the students for the Special Mrs Waters was selected night Feb. 20. from 1Iln:: ( tn
the'ouples Valentine at library has budgeted were served! Olympics.Mrs. by chapter members on the midnight.
party money University of Florida, son of Connie Colston celebrated
basis of Her
the church Friday niht.( for I'llms. A variety of films following the business Rev and !Mrs A.G. Hardee of her fifth birthday Sunday Barry took donations submitted beauty the photo was
The covered dish appealing 10 all ages will be ml'eting.JBIRTHS. on a beautiful needlepoint to international be
supper !\fadison. afternoon Feb 1 from four to Music will provided by
was served in an atmosphere shown, one a mont h. !No ad- The wedding will be an six o'clock when her parents, pillow which was won by Mrs. office ternational as a contestant contest where In the the In- Mr. CC. Tickets will be $1.23.There's .
S.L Peek Sr Mrs.
that highlighted the Valentine mission will be charged. The event of June 12 at the First !\II' and Mrs Harold Colston, Barry winner will be selected
reported the club made $155Vonda by a
first feature shown will be
theme.
Baptist Church Starke. Rave a party for her at Mc- Hollywood star.Members .
The group enjoyed games "The One! : and Only. Genuine, Miss Mitchell and Mr. Donald's Restaurant. and
their hus-
and activities led bv11'. : and Original Jo"amily'Band.." a lIardl'e are attending the Uni- The 18 little guests were Stephens bands enjoying the dinner
Mrs. J G. Brooml' \\'alt Disney I musical. 1\11' and I\lrs. Charles K. versity of Florida. Miss Mitchell given favors of Ronald Mc- party were Mr and Mrs

_. - - _wwwi _----- :Norman; of Starke announce is majoring in Education: Donald hats and Connie was Honored AtLuncheon Danny Waters Mr. and Mrs
the birth of a daulhter.( Can- and 1\11' f Hardee is majoring in given a McDonald manager Bobby Alvarez, Mr. and Mrs more I
!([\EW( [ lI( ELCGL dice Manna, born Feb. 4 in the Pharmacy. hat. They were also given Feb. 14 Richard Little, Mr. and Mrs beauty in
Alachua General Hospital e e e e SMr. McDonald iron-ons for their Randall Milton Mr. and Mrs

( IIIIB( f. (jJv Grandparents are :\Irs. Loca and !\frs. Ernest shirts, nut cups and three Mrs. Freddie Stephens was Doug Nichols, Mr and Mrs this little
Page Harold !Norman and Jenkins and son of Gainesville dimentional rings. honored at a Valentine lunch- Robert Bowen and 1\11' and
1\11' and !\Irs. J.W Winters of spent Sunday with his mother, Following a movie the eon February 14 at the Garden !\Irs. Grady Overstreet coupon than
Paris, Tenn. !\Irs. Ruth Johnson. children enjoyed hamburgers Restaurant given by Xi Iota
one woman
Sub Center ... French fries and cokes, followed Delta sorority.Mrs. Junior Club ToHalElFashion
-
r by a Ronald McDonald Arthur Patray, presi- can handle.
r birthday cake. dent, presented Mrs. Stephens '
Submarine Sandwiches DeWitt C. Jones The dining area was with a Valentine crown pin
f decorated with large yellow with the sorority crest set in Show And Dinner
sunflowers and yellow cloth on the middle.Mrs.
Stephens
was .
[ u 0 ill Funeral Home the table. also presented with a cro- The Junior Woman's Club I r-----------ThaI ,,
8 way .e'8 n."o you
Along with the 18 little cheted pillow top shaped like a made plans for ItS annual I 10 b.no a'mend Th,9 Coupon
friends were four parents and heart. spaghetti supper and fashion enldescolh"" a'you to live
= assisting were Miss Debi show to be held March 4, I Merle Norman beauty. makers,
[IlIY L CGIB l C v1( a STARKE at ,
,L PHONE 964-6200 Bryant, Mrs. Joe Sapp and covered their meeting Monday night I Milky' ",Freanener" Makeup Mo''ueEmu.s" Te.u'' ', "
I
RENTAL !Ernie!: Schultz decorated with the Valentine Feb. 9.Tickets. Cocoa Be'ge' oQud, Makeup
Two Doors North Of HOSPI1..L BEDS WALKEIIIS WHEELCHAIRS th'me. for the dinner and I Gel CI.w'ser) "when bOlh 01
,.. 'make S6 Mena Norman
you a
CRUTCHES little Lori MannCelebrates Those attending were !Mrs.Verl fashion show will be 52.75 and Coamdw, ou'c..ase Oiler 1
Stumps Best, 51.50. Take outs will be Mach l' '91bwill. ,
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Mrs Wayne Wynn good through
PHONE 473-3176 ,, .
Mrs. available. 0' I IUPo'es' last al
C.W. Slade, Mrs. Ralph
4th pancahngatumos" Redeem
Bryan, I\Irs. Grady Over- I\Irs. Joyce Riherd county 1 able onus al 11m8, 01 purchase
street I\Irs. Billy Hodges of nurse, was the guest speaker -
Birthday Feb 15 Starke Barbara Pat ray and The Special Olympics will ;<:
Mrs. Gene Cox of Keystone be held on March 17 and 18.Mrs. .
Little Lori Mann celebrated Heights and Mrs Ken Young: Gerald Wilson hostess
her fourth birthday Sunday of Brooker for the evening served
afternoon at a party given by refreshments from
Members also enjoyed shar-. a table
her parents 'Mr. and Mrs. ing secret !sister gifts. carrying out the Valentine 1 I II
i Louis Mann at the Theressa theme:


: l) v1. 14It character community The Charlie theme center.was carried Brown Stan's Bootery Teen Dance. Planned I I II

;, 2Ju out and in table a Charlie dt'Corations.Brown cake Employees Enjoy Mar. 20 At FSP


Games were .pia"\ and Valentine Dinner Club House
prizes won by L" ; )l\1ann and
Todd Dampier J-mployef.: flf Union("nrrpc I I
Stanley Mathis owner of
tional InstitutIOn and Florida
Stan's Bootery. and Mrs.Mathis .
( Neva State Prison will sponsor a
Jayne Flynn entertained at a
Valentine dinner Saturday teen dance Saturday. !March mERLE nORmAn
I :20! from 8:10:: p m. to 12':10:
Celebrates 16th night at the Garden Restau- cosmETIc
a m. at the State Farm clubhouse I STUDIO.11J I
rant for the employees ofStan's
for all teenagers( U to tll
Birthday Feb, 14 Bootery. years old.
"Ill'''L er A Enjoying: the occasion were Music will be provided by 117 S.Thompson.
Mrs. Mary Lawson mana er.
Neva Jayne Flynn was sur- the !Night Riders hand for-
'b lawtey was founded in 1 1877 by a prised at a birthday party Sat- Mrs.Peggy( Myrtle Richardson Young and Zmner Mrs merle the Peace !\Iachlnt.
her 16th anni-
urday night( on Tickets will be $1.50. refreshments -
Hamilton. Mr. W.R. Richardson
versary given( by Tina Brown extra.
V of 33 people known
15.k group as and Denise Gissy at the homeof was also a guest.

!\II' and 1\.1rs.\ Millard\ C ._. u _
"The '-4 -rr--7 allla /------a.-ib'Here'
Chicago Colony". Capt. Thomas Brown on Geiger Road.A .
red and while Valentine ,
r J. Burrin, an early lumberman and theme was carried out in the : How To Use
Esice E party decorations. The refreshment -
landowner is said to have donated table was covered I
with a white linen cloth and I

t 200 acres of land for the new town andt centered flower Valentine with a red and arrangement. white. Your I i

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\. y_: i, named it for a friend of his, William Party games were enjoyed
by the 25 guests during the Income
is a evenin I I
lawtey. The Chicagoans were mostly


t "' y -- well-to-do and built many fine homes, Celebrated T.K. Stokes I tax I


some of which are still in use today
i p 84th Birthday I Return I

\
VJ \CENrE'1-1 T.K. Stokes celebrated his Ii
o ;. R-Ith birthday Saturday at a I I
'f dinner party given by 1\11'8.

3o <.... Stokes and their children 1\11' I
!!? and !\Irs. T.K. Stokes, Jr 1\11' i
7 '
Stokes and Bur That New
SCENES OF EARLY LAWTEY and \Irs. W.Q. :Mfr
'i1t \r and !Mrs Harry Lent of I

4'd'J1li3Wd'A :/ / Jacksonville and 1\11'and I\Irs. II Home You Hare I
W D. Sessions of Starke.

;; r i r 1J u.1rt u1 e the The jUnior party Stokes was held home at the on I Needed Its I

Lake George.A wwi
That 1,000 Will Buy Any Of Guaranty Federal fish fry was held at noon k' .
and fishing!( and boating was I Special From I

Certificates Of Deposit enjoyed The 'Jl during attending the afternoon.included i i

their children, grandchildren Mark Olins t
; and great granchildren.eeee ;


cLw1 As Our Country Celebrates Bob Johnson and-MIss Kay I 191312110 PaimoolsI Low Down' \y I

Turner of Jacksonville were
200 Years of Freedom Sunday visitors of Kay's I BUCCIIIIIER Left
: mother !\Irs. Janet Turner 1 t

Guaranty Federal Celebrates Kay Monday remained over until I 3 Br, 2 Bath As 1 is 1913 24160 191012x60 I


20 Years Of Service TII": \FORD( 1 $3995 MOIITEBELLO CASA VEGA

Bath & Y.I .
COUNTY; TELEGRAPH Bath & Y. $6395

Published every Thursday As Is 3 Bedroom
at 138 W. Call Street I
Guaranty
Gainesville Starke, Florida 32091 Fill Available
: l iA\ mobile $4295

3300S.W. Archer Road '..mmJ' Second Claus postage paid I On All New Homes

Federal I 220 N. Main /3501 W. University Ave ,,,, UND." at Starke.FloridaSubseriptlon homes

Keystone Heights: Lawrence Blvd. & Sylvan Way : Ratef: 1 Olin Mobile Hams
& Loan Association ,IIEItIUftlE
Savings
In trade area: 8.110 per
Starke: 395 W. Madison Street [n'TI7"l
year; 13.5011"1" months FllIlE..IIIAY
Lake Butler 175 W. Main I II
Street
I Hwy 100 Starke, Fla.
395 W. Madison St. 964-5000 Outaide trade un: 7.00
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I Alpha Gamma Has CP8(9CP 8 qJ(0CU( JJtcw\ Starke Officer Home And Patio Show Set Feb. 26-29

Cake Decorating Graduates From In Jacksonville Civic AuditoriumAs

Program Feb. 16 Archie Green of Miami will Mrs. Maxle Carter, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Marion SFCC'Academy a part of the JacksonvilleHome Entertainment will consistof other the Universi ty of Georgia and j'; I
spend the weekend with his visited her niece, Mrs. Janet Harrington and daughters of and Patio Show, an Eastman-Kodak's i entertainment groups
mother, Mrs. L.J. Green. "Profiles '76," "Opsail '76,' not yet selected.
Moore at Riverside Hospital Ormond Beach and Mr. and Roman Alvarez of Starkewas antique show is featured each
Alpha Gamma chapter of "The Tall Ships are Coming." The annual event is pro- .
Monday. and year on the mezzanine floor of '
Alpha Delta Kappa met in the Michael Green of Gaines- Mrs. Bill Harrington one of 29 recruits to graduate the Jacksonville Civic Auditorium bicentennial choirs, an ante- duced by John Mullis and .
Episcopal Parish Hall ville spent the weekend with Local admittances to Brad daughter of Keystone dinner Heightswere of Santa Fe Saturday, from the bellum home patterned after Rose Ella Feagin of Paragon
Monday, Feb. 16, at 7:30: p.m. his mother, Mrs. Lex Green. ford County Hospital this Mr. and Sunday Mrs. C.N. Christy.guests Police Academy Community in ceremonies College- Dates for this year's show the home of the president of Productions of Jacksonville. .J.
with President, Frances week include: Jacob Hess held at the Flagler Inn in are February 2629. There will ".'
Hamilton presiding. Mr. and Mrs. Bill McCall of Lake Geneva; Ray Rosier andMrs. J.H. Moncrief returned Gainesville on Saturday, Feb be more than 230 exhibits in
The district of ADK Clearwater were weekend Rosie '
meeting Baxley, Lawtey; 14. 76 including approximately 60
after
will be held in Palatka on guests of their mother, Mrs. Mrs. Ida Dees and Mrs. Ada Saturday undergoing North antique dealers who have
last week in
March 20. Copies of the bylaws Sarah McCall and attendedthe Howell, Lake Butler; Mrs. Florida surgery Regional Hospital. Alvarez was president of the come from all parts of the BALDWINCHEVROLET .
were distributed to the Lawson and Downing Joan Durrance
Hampton; Mrs. C.C. Hoppe of Tampais graduating class and servedas United States.
t members. wedding Saturday evening.Mr. Mack Jones, Warren
Kelly, visiting her sisters, Mrs. master of ceremonies for One hundred Jacksonvillefirms
ADK members voted to Louise Bennett, Willis Swin O.L. and Mrs. J.W the graduation exercise. will be showing the
sponsor five students in and Mrs. Rod Struth dell, Mrs. Gloria Griffis, Rod Kincaid.Mr. Beasley. finest in patio furnishings and
special Olympics. and sons of Plant City and Mr. ger Arnold, Alford Mullins, The graduates have com- equipment, landscaping
Gladys Thomas Introduced and Mrs.Bobby Case and sons Mrs. Dell Smith, David and Mrs. J.L. Bradleyof pleted 360 hours of training in plants, building materials,
Mrs. Blonnie Derkman who of Lake City spent the week Cooper, Louis Mann and Mrs. Kingsley Lake were Sunday the law enforcement area, the appliances, interior decorations -
presented a program on cake end with Mrs. Lou Struth and Alyce Graham, Starke. luncheon guests of Mr. and minimum now required of all and dozens of other pro-
decorating. daughter Kathy. Mrs. J.M Warren and police officers. ducts and services designedfor
Hostesses for the eveningwere Brad Carter of FSU will be Mrs. L.W. Strickland of daughter in Jacksonville.Mr. better living In the North OLDS
Gladys Thomas, Jeanne home Wildwood is visiting her sisters Alvarez was employed as an Florida-South Georgia areas.
for the
weekend.
Loper, Lucille Johns and Mrs. Edna Hart, Mrs. and Mrs. Fred Barker 'officer with the Starke Police
Eunice Searing. Ella Moody and Mrs. Edith and family spent the weekend Dept. at the time he started Horse Health Clinic
"Thought For The Day..." Christiansen this week. with Mr. and Mrs. Virgil taking the course. He is the
964-5759 Hickox and baby daughter in pastor of the Pine Level Baptist To Be Held SaturdayThere Presents
Mrs.Genevieve Houghton of Church. Alvarez has been
Valdosta Ga.
;(did /LJou-J noui Mrs. J.E. Wilson of Starke, Dallas, Texas is visiting Dr. the public relations officer of will be a Horse Health
Mrs. Olive Ryder, Mrs. John and Mrs. L.H. Jennings for Mr. and Mrs. Robert the Starke Police Department Clinic on Saturday, February21st
Mr. and Mrs. T.H. Slade Adams and Miss Dea More- several weeks. Barksdale and grandson, going around giving talks and at 8:30: a.m. in Starke at
visited Will Slade in Savannah dock of Gainesville visited Cody Barksdale, of Humboldt, other activities. the horse arena. ECONOMY-
Mr and Mrs. R.A. Colson
"Your Career in Law Enforcement"
Burns in Jack- -
Mrs. Edward
Ga. on Sunday and Mon Tenn. are spending several Dr. Bobby Anderson is the
last week with Mr. and
day, where he is hospitalized.Mrs. sonville Monday. spent months at their home on.W. was the subject of veterinarian who will be on
Mrs. LaRue Williams and the keynote address given by i
Madison street. horses
hand. He will a
family at Ormond Beach. Arthur F. Nehrbass, agent in give PLUS
Annie Mae Ensor of Mr. and Mrs. Crane Barnettof blood test for $6 and tube
Jacksonville will spent the Bloomfield, Iowa were last "Thought For The Day..." Mr. and Mrs. Lee Sparks charge North Florida Dis- worming for $7.
trict, Federal Bureau of Investigation
weekend with her mother, Thursday visitors of Mr. and 961-5759 ate visiting their brother-in- Anyone, whether 4-H'ers or
Mrs. Bertha Pearce. Mrs. Garl Mathews. law and sister, Mr., and Mrs. ville. based in Jackson- not is invited to bring their Leap Year Special-
Mr. and Mrs. Victor James O'Brian in Humboldt, horse in, regardless of race,
Nehrbass and Santa Fe
"Thought For The Day..." DUPLICATE BRIDGE Argobright and sons of Tenn. for two weeks. color, national origin or age.
964-5759 CLUB RESULTSMrs. Cleveland Ohio are guests Mr. and Mrs. Jim Klien Community College's Public This low cost horse clinic 1976 Chevette Scooter
.Booney and Mr. Pierce this week of Mr. and Mrs. have sold the Temple Motel Service Director J. Pope was arranged by the Bradford
were the winning couple at and have moved to Biloxl, Cheney presented diplomas to 4-H Horse Club.
Eddie Douglas. 40 MPG Highway 28 MPG Cityfor
Mrs. Thelma Mendoza of Duplicate Bridge Tuesday Miss. the graduates who repre-
Jacksonville was last Thurs- sented 11 different law enforcement -
night. Minou Wamwright and Charles Jenkins returned CUBB Homemakers Chevette, as rated by the U.S. Government in! EPA tests
day luncheon of Mrs. agencies and the
guest Jeff Wrenshall were second last Thursday after undergoing James V.Crosby underwent
Carrie Ritch and Mrs. and Dr. and Mrs. Arl Watana surgery in surgery Monday in Alachua State Department of Agriculture. Remember, these mileage figures are estimates. The
Wooten. were third. Jacksonville NAS Hospital. General Hospital. Help ElderlyThe actual mileage you get will vary depending on the type of

Homemaker programnow driving you do, your driving habits, your car's condition, and

being operated by CUBB available equipment. Ratings are based on 1.4 Litre Engine
Economic Agency, Inc., in with 4-speed transmission.
CLOSEOUT Bradford and Union counties
provides Homemaker ser V
vices to elgible people over CO ,1"-

W.10nla lYJ.anOr years of age.A -. _
OF DISCONTINUED Homemaker in this -
program is not a maid oJr

... housekeeper. She provides
necessary services to the
elderly. ""'0 '" CMvmr 5cueur
Bedroom For further informationabout

i! the program, call 496- 1.4 LIRE Engine Four Speed
: : 3662 in Lake Butler or 964-7684
t" in Starke Mrs. Peggy Barnett Transmission ff
ll t! I .t. is Supervisor of the program. .
r. I .,,-.. I' I Furniture & All Other Standard Eauip.
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Mr. and Mrs. Byron Less Cash 499.00
McIntyre and family of Ponte

''' y j. "'11.... ....... ,... Vedra Beach were Sunday
.' ., visitors of their 2400.00
--=--/ ": I parents, Mr. Finance
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4-Dra.erChe.t F1: I!! I .. ..:-M=-_ -,- wab Mr.of and Merritt Mrs.Island Edward and Sch-son. .

.e : C. I : Eddie of Gainesville spent $ 63 Per
$7495 "'"
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W 115I..'" L... to Tampa over the weekend.
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Now, have the bedroom you want..the way you; want itl J .' .-: y" Offer Good Till Feb. 29
I %7 This functional open stock furniture makes mix 'n match t Mr. and Mrs. Richard Reed
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,, and of Fort
decorating fun and practical. Let -; daughter
your imagination run 'ever't .
; ,"" A the weekend
a-. -....-..... wi Id.The. combinations you create are almost limitless! .. ., .. .' ''' "''''' \".. with Lauderdale Mr. spent and Mrs. A.S. 1

;-1 -- DOUBLE CORNER Q -}' I Harrison.

} .. Mrs. J.E Hardy is undergoing -
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DRESSER ,JZ: ; today .
DESK t. surgery w. cnrw re. "W.p.
I lit=. ff'" t'C\ Thursday in Alachua General
STARKE FLORIDA
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Hospital. Mrs. Gene Ivey, Jr
I\ .' :g" $11995 :gg" $5995 .L. ::.. : and son. Jim of Eugene
I---- ::1 "Sooner Ltttcr Your ,' .
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School Building :,(.From.....Page......I,)...........t............,.............. Covinston Guilty. ..(From......Page......I.).....................................
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I phase 5. the board indicated. A different alternative was to different shoots, have board When the trial resumed on He said Miss Covington's had a fracture of the upper
f! That would still leave a spe- suggested by Supt Jockel, who meetings in various schools. Tuesday Glen Sapp, an investigator statements were contrary to portion of his left.arm near the
cial education section and said he had only discussed the Board members Pat for the state attor two other statements he had shoulder.
DOT section to be built later. idea with a few staff mem- Spengler and Rodney Hall ney's office, talked about an taken in connection with the Dr. Clark stated that the
1rU U business education can be bers. Jockel's idea included expressed! delight that the interview he had with Miss case. death "could be caused by a
moved into new quarters the moving the sixth graders to "Princely. Palace" philosophy Covington on Feb. 25. 1975. the Dr. Kiert Sundusadee of blow to the head."
school can qualify for state outlying schools to relieve concerning the superinten- day after Gunter died at Brad Starke, the first witness in the He said that the blow to the
funds totaling around $30.000 middle school crowding and dent's office had been abandoned ford County Hospital of In- afternoon, recounted treating head caused other injuries to
to purchase new equipment, make it unnecessary to build juries received in the robbery Gunter in the emergencyroom the facial area.
but the project is dead unlessit the six classroom complex: at The board did buy Jockel's incident after he was brought to Dr. Clark established that
can be called a new program the middle school. idea of removing sixth the hospital.He Gunter was in good health for
Jockel said. Jockel also suggested turn- graders from the middle said Gunter seemed con- his age, which he establishedas
Lennard
There is also a possibilitythat ing the present administration school. Several board mem- principal Registersaid fused and had a swelling on 67.
I the building committeewill building into a kindergartencenter bers said they had received there was"a lot of merit"to the left side of the head. He After Dr. Clark's testimony,
find that special educa- for students from many letters from parents that Jockel's last idea, pointing out said he also had a swelling on Futch announced that the
tion units should be associatedwith Southside and Starke elemen- who did not like the idea of year's sixth graderswere the upper portion of the left state was resting its case.
1 vocational training. A tanes. That would make more their sixth grade children Jockel very immature. arm near the shoulder.Dr. .
previous budding committeehas classrooms at t the two elementary being exposed to the open pointed to the elementary Sundusadee said Xraysof Counselor Aaron Green,
recommended this Jockel schools unnecessary, the philosophy of the middle classroom student's single the skull and left arm with the jury outside the
said. If special education is superintendent pointed out. school. Board member Arthur "environment of" looked normal but showed the courtroom, motioned for a
The board did Gaskins reminded Jockel he "my room, "my teacher judgment of acquittal on the
placed under the vo-tech con- not buy turning upper portions of the left arm
the administration had waited to have "my counselor versus the grounds! that the state had
cept it would then qualify for building Lawtey middle near the. shoulder was frac- :
vocational funds the superin- into a K center however. sixth graders kept at Lawtey open school where all tured in many pieces. failed to prove its allegation in
1,000 students
tendent pointed out making it Principal Dewey McKinney last year but was stopped by one time. can be seen at The trial was recessed the indictment that Miss Cov-
necessary to build a special pointed out turning the ad- the court desegregation order. "It t would be better if he was again for more than an houras ington had premeditateddesign
education section at the ministration into The board instructed awaited to kill Gunter when
high a K center Monday night about 20 old they the arrival of
when he
school. would require extensive Attorney Jesse Wol- sees that years," pathologist Dr. Melvin C they went to his house to rob
quipped board
Architect Salley's alternatives remodeling, the satelliting of bert to seek a change of the member J.T. Clark for more than an hour. him.Judge R.A. Green denied
Parrish drawIng
I to cut costs of the build- food plus plumbing changesand court order in the U.S. District Dr. Clark's testimony established the motion citing that the jury
a laugh from the
ing program were both the nearness of small chil- court in Jacksonville. Wolbertwas assembly.The that the primary could find evidence to supportthe
M related to cutting Phase 5 of dren to US-301. The board was hopeful for the court's board cause of Gunter's death was indictment.
agreed the basic
f the high school. Principal not quick to buy the staff de- agreement with the plan. questions were moving the an acute subdural hematoma After consulting with his
Charles Francis.Supt Jockel centralization idea. Jockel also espoused the sixth grades and the total !the tearing of vein covers client the defense counsel
and the board Jockel education\ soundness of new from announced that the defensewas
however, suggested he could keep- of$1.3 million for the building that separate the scalp
I wanted to finish the high move his office to the operations ing sixth graders in elemen- the brain). resting without puttingany
school. building, move his staff tary sc ooIs. Middle School program. He also stated that Gunter witnesses on the stand.
L.

Fashion Show Set March 4

!Stacy Denmark II. Is in a sport pants outfit from Lrila's
which she will also model in the :March 4 annual Fashion
:Show and Spaghetti Supper sponsored by the Starke Junior
Woman's Club.Adsance f
tickets only will be sold. For tickets phone
'arol>\lIlry at 9W-67H8 or Judy Dukes at 9647972.

Near the of the
UC Clash beginning
meeting. Cason asked that the
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. although use.been many ordered pay times for phones an teachers'operatorwill have board cluded board attorney policies from the could clarify Administrative be which ex- Hundreds of Super Buys inGE

Procedures Act APA),
not let a phone customer -
charge a pay call to a home since the circuit court ruled ina
phone she said. civil case recently that the MAJOR APPLIANCES and TV!
board could let teachers leave
Cason said that emergencycalls
school grounds a half hour
could be made throughthe

practice switchboard was time but consuming.that the earlier through decisions.than internal policy management permits Why Travel. Mil** To Buy Your TV or Rppliance -

Another board member suggested -
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credit( cards the teacher's which would request be cloud"There over seems the policy to be manual.some When You Can Now Buy Here At Home Fop Leas And Now Get
I just want to know which
acceptable in making such
calls. policies are management classified as and Internal FREE DELIVERY and In Home Service

George II, Allen, 89 separate these," Cason said.
Board attorney Carroll said
.
George H. Allen 89. of that future policy matters
Starke died Tuesday morning.Feb would have to be decided indi-- I of a Kind Sale ,.- == 7
17. in Bradford Hospital vidually and suggested that F
following a short illness. Cason go by existing policies : k
A Baptist. :Mr Allen was, unless the board decides to FAMILY I[ !
born Dec 13 1886 in Bath. Illi take exception. i l
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nois. He had lived in Starkefor Cason asked the board to SIZE 1- GAS OUTDOOR GRILLE $60 r ;;' _
three years. pay his attorney fees ($873))
Surviving is his wife. for the suit, in which he contended ,
:Marjorie .F. Allen of Starke that the board had violated : WASHER
and several grandchildren.!: the APA in not advertising \ "r' 3 RANGE HOOD $27
The body was' shipped toBeardstown the change of policy and -
Illinois for burialin holding public hearings on the
the Beardstown City Cemetery matter. The board denied the t.
DeWitt C Jones Funeral request on two earlier occa- *250 '
Home was in charge of local sions and ignored the requestat ALL 1 AMANA MICRO OVEN off ;
arrangements the Feb 10 night meeting.
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BHS Five Wins 2 Of 3 For 14-5 Season Record BIIS Lifters Weight Lose


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I Sophomore Freddie half 5 for-8 the second for a 55 cent average. Bradford's Alfred Ross sat catching a long pass on the scored six points to take the the Tornadoes. Baker was 9- To Vanguard
kindle came off the bench percent performance Bradford capers!( had six on the bench in foul trouble successful Tornado fast break lead. Fleming hit a long one to I for-12 or 75 percent from the High weight lifters
Tuesday night to score 18 Aldridge was 6 for 14, Ross 5 more field goals than Bolles, more than half the game. Tornado and was out several minutesof close it to 4037.David Dent hit field, many of his baskets Bradford record after
timely points in Bradford for 11. and Willis 2 for 4. BUS but got no chance at the playmaker Kenny the second period and one free throw to close Bolles coming easy off the fast break now sport a 1-1 Feb.
High's 60-55( basketball win was 8 for 11 at the free throw charity lineKniinilt Hampton twisted an ankle almost the entire second half. within two points 40-33 and after steals Wayne Berry had losing to Ocala Vanguard
over Baker High of Mac- line for 73 percent. Baker was The Tornadoes got off to a Fleming's one and one situation 16 points and was 8-fOl'-14 from 11 by a score of 3527.
clenny 3 for 6. good start taking the game to at the charity line evened the field Alfred Ross had 14
It was the second victory in Bolles in the early going with the score with 18 seconds to points, hitting 6 of 9 from the Again the top man for the\
three games this week for the BOLLES G\ME: their speed. Tornado mistakes short fall away field. Freddie Aldridge had 11 weight lifting team was '
Big Red five which now stands Ninth-ranked Bolles spotted however, began to crop jumper from the side put points defending state championMike
\14.5 with just two regular sea Tornado basketballers as sea yI up with just over two minutes Bolles ahead to stay with five Darrell Moody and Kenny Crews, who took first
I son games remaining this much as 11 points Saturday left in the first half. seconds left in the third Hampton, the two BHS back place in the 148.pound class
coming weekend The Tornado night on the Bradford High l Four times the Tornadoes period. court men, each had eight with a total of 510 pounds
five has lost just twice home court, then came on tried to bring the ball down in Farrell added an uncon- points Wayne Berry had six David Godsey and Steve
since Christmas, to Gainesville strong to take the Tornadoes' those two minutes and either tested layup under the basketas rebounds and Alfred Ross 5 to Earnest also won in their eight
Eastside and to fifth- game play away and get a 56- I missed the shot or turned the Bolles controlled the fourth lead BITS in that department. class divisions.
ranked Bolles of Jacksonville. 50 victory the Bulldogs' 20th ball over on floor mistakes. period tip for a 44-40 Bulldog
A somewhat disorganized win of the year against three Bolles narrowed a 26-15 deficit advantage.A Score by Quarter
Bradford 23 19 23 21-16 traveled
Tornado team handed Bolles a losses. I to 30-23 in those two minutes. long shot by Darrell UveOaft 11 is II IS-M The team to
56-51 win Saturday night after Victorious Bolles' coaches The Tornadoes never got Moody and a jumper by Gainesville Wednesday afternoon -
leading until the final secondsof were highly complimentary of back on their game in the Wayne Berry got Bradford NHS Bilker 9 J JO Wayne Berry 10 to meet Gainesville
the third period. BUS was the Tornado five especially of second half. Bolles continuedto with one point, 46-47, with 4:45: 000 14 ROM.BXI02 2 14.3.Willis Moody Barry 10..10 Godwin 2. Bright'0 0 High Next Wednesday, Bits
hot in the first of the three- take of almost left in the will host Eastside and Lake
its quickness. They expected advantage game, the closest 0. Avcox 022 Hampton 408 Ald'dgeII '
.
game home stand Friday Bolles to rise in Class 3A rankings every Tornado mistake. they were to come. Farrell 11. Carter 000 Anderson 000 Weir at 2:30: p m
when Live Oak went down 86- after the win over a tough "We had a real good start." rebounded and put the ball Total 37 list.
Oa* Jame Perry 7 2 16
Live :
56.With Tornado team which followeda : a said Coach Mike Sexton "But back up for a basket with Vockey 102. Douglas' Cherry 204
Bradford playing 49-17 upset victory the night '3 our own mistakes hurt us. seconds later for a 49-46 Bolles Terry Cherry 2 JO Beailey 000HorrliOOO .
minus two regulars Baker before over second.ranked x I tt' pp.., They were definitely the more lead.From then on foul shots .MorrltonOOO, Owens 000.
High, with a 3-19 record, keptit Fernandina Beach. Bolles disciplined team in the second enabled Bolles to keep the Water 1 10 2. Total 23 10 5* FLORIDATHEATRE

close the entire game Tues moved to fifth in ranking!! half. lead the final seven Bulldog ,.
day night, Young Aldridge released Tuesday Bolles shut the Tornadoes ,, points coming that way.
who has played to spell Kenny Bolles' Brett Farrell, a Bright, a Tornado ball hawker, puts the pressure out for the final 1:32: of the Bradford closed to 51.54 BHS Golfers
Hampton took control of the lanky slender 6-feet, 5-mcnes. on this Live Oak player, final period while the Bulldogs with 10 seconds remaining but

game Tuesday night and kept the Bulldogs in the game Fleming:hit on two more charity .
bucketed 18 points He scoredsix with a 28 point performance shots with one second left. Surprising.In FBI. SAT, SUN..
of eight critical free Guard David Fleming had 14 Several Bradford shots
throws in the closing minutes points for the Bulldogs. Bradford Girl Tennis Players rimmed in and out of the bas- :J'.J '
and had a timely lajup to preserve Farrell is averaging 17.5 ket in the final seconds, but
the Bradford lead.We points per game and Fleming they wouldn't' fall for Willis OpenerPlaying
had maybe a 10 point 16. Matches Berry, Darrell Moody, and
To
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BartramFollowing
lead at times but let it get The Tornadoes led 12.8 after Drop Milton Baker.
away from us," said Coach the first period 30-23( after the The loss dropped Bradford their way to a two
:Mike Sexton of the Baker second Fleming tied the High to 13-5 for the season. stroke 159-161 victory seemedto
game game 40-all with 18 seconds a skimpy 4.3 loss "'I was really disappointed country club Tuesday afternoon The come.from-behind win be a big surprise for the
Wayne Berry led the Tornadoes remaining in the third periodon to Green Cove Springs last in the Green Cove match. We was nothing new for the Bulldogs Bradford High golf team,
with 20 points backed by two charity shots. Bolles Thursday afternoon BHS lady should have beat them. How- Pam Tucker and Merri Lake Weir led them 28- which opened its season Tuesday
\ldndges 18. BHS got 12 made \18 of 28 free throws nesters were taken down Ormsbee played the four and 24 in the third period and lost. afternoon against Palatka
points from Alfred Ross and Bradford High went to the line again by a much larger mar- five spots against Green Cove Fernandina led 31.18 in the South.
eight from Willis Berry twice missing both times. The Bin. 7-0. Tuesday afternoon by Springs Tucker losing 1-8 and third period and was beaten in Mat Herres the only senioron '
Baker's taller Wildcatswere Tornadoes bucketed 25 of 58 Bartram a Jacksonville girl's Ormsbee maneuvering a close an upset. the squad dealth the decid- {.( .ti
" led by Bobby Ford with shots from the field a 43 per- school. 6.8 loss. ing blows of the afternoon
22 points. Leroy Spatcher with SCOT by Quarters shooting a one-under-par 35.
\14 and Klate Yarborough with Warriors Danette Rodrigue lost 2.8 in Bradford II ,18 10 10-SO Palatka South's best contender A
Win Final Bantam WeekThe
12. the four spot Tuesday after- Bone I IS 10 14-M was Billy Tuten who shot a mY81 D
Tucker followed witha
noon as
Roth teams had 26 field Final week of the Bantam Warriors were led by second 2.8 loss against Bar- Bradford: Baker 3 Oe Wayne Berry 38.
10020 ROM 204 Willie "We haven't shot this low in
goals. It was Aldridge's free Berry 40>
Basketball League of the Todd Jackson with 34
points ..." tram. 204, Godwin 102.
Moody 1
throws near the end that made ... Hampton 0 any qualifying rounds. It was S'Q3
Starke Recreation The Celtics had balanced -
Depart a "We didn't play that badly. 2. Aldriage 204 Total" 35 0 3OBollei
the difference ment saw the Warriors scoring attack led by Scott that much Cordon 306. Dent 1 2 4, really a great surprise for me.
They were just
Bradford shot 43 percent pencil> a 70. Fleming 3' U, Wal ln. The bovs did real Rood andI
their last two Hudson with 15 and "
winning
games points better. coach Howard said of "
044 Totalt 191156LIVE of
them
from the field, 26 for 60. Big am really proud
defeating the Celtics 44-41 Kenny Clark and Rennie "" "
.: ::: : : the Bartram squad.
f.
Berry was 6 for 12 the first Lennon with 14 and 10 points r- ........ '-"..... commented three year vet
-- respectively. : '._-"" Jockel and \llazen teamedup OAK GAME eran coach Warney Adkinson. 301
Second win for the Celtics _. ...:ox against Green Cove to takea Tornado round-bailers hit a Starke won the match 159-
Hart Feed came at the hands of the ." ." -.'..: .;- \-"' '''::' slim 7-9 defeat, and Pierce hot streak Friday night Feb. 161,Lee Wade Winkler having little a DRIVEINTerence
41
39 Casey a a
Hawks in a high scoring 66.50 and Tucker pulled together fora 13 and ran away from Live
The Warriors Ruth tI.sen found this back. Oak 30 86-56. Two freshman Scott Roberts a 44.
game were 6-8 victory in doubles play by points, Hill
Bradford: County's Full Service again led by Todd Jackson hand handy: last Thursday af- last Thursday. baskets each by Alfred Ross Coach Adkinson also played
Patterson, who shot
It.rn..nl". hr K-2 victory o.rII Bobby a In
who had a season high 40 who had a hot hand, and
points,, Eddie Winkler also flay: ('oiinU High opponent Jockel and Pierce played Milton Baker put BHS up 7-0 in 47, and Gene Tanner, who
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together com ninehole .
chipped in6\ points The ever I was pleased with the the first two minutes. It went round. .tHRNDE.'EIlEEBS'i'
losers were led by Bill Goodge girls' performances against petition against Bartram, like that all night long.
Coach Howard said, but Although Palatka South'stop
f'R'" they
with 25 pOints. Hartram they played better Coach Mike Sexton played
had three birdies
again went down 48. Ilazen four men
The Lakers came up on the doubles matches than I expected everybody in the second half.
and Rodrigue also lost 0-6 in the BUS top four won in
losing end in their final two ." commented coach BHS led 25-11 going into the
games The Hawks defeated Melba Howard of the two doubles play against Bar- second period, 44.29 at the the final decision. Umted Artists
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had birdie the
--_ them in a closely fought 55-54 defeats. tram. half, end 67-39 going Into the Herres a on
(Bag or Bulk) third hole and each of -PLUS-
battle Kerry Fisher led the The ladies tennis team now Coach l Howard also looks for fourth quarter. parred
losers with 27 points. Daryl stands 1 12 for its season which support this season from The Tornado five was hot on the remaining eight holes. Dick Van Dyke In,
Thornton also had 15 points 'l'b. 3 with second-stringers Donna Sam- defense and offense. The, Last year, Herres averaged a
opened a 6.1 rousting t-
Bill Goodge and Kenny Griffis of Santa Fe. ()ns. Judy Williams and Lisa quick BHS defense forced innumerable -' 39.6 in. nine holes and the
led Hawks Mitchell, who have gained and coach is looking forward to an I I
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points Jotkel took heavy defeats in steals and the Tornado fast 1 :
Second loss of the week for both singles bouts. dropping a matches Tuesday afternoon. break off paid off with easy
(Wholesale or Retail) I the Lakers came at the handsof 4.8 decision against Green BUS lady netters began play points after many turnovers. Traveling to Folkston Ga .
the'eltics at the country club courts It the 13th BHS Thursday afternoon the BUS
35-27 Scott Hud Cove and a 3.8 loss to Bar- was win
led the against Gainesville Eastside four losses. Live Oakis golfers face West Nassau in Sun & Mon
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Homer F Hart Owner Hwy 100 West At Bradford The final standings for the snapping into a final burst fora Coach Howard feels that percent accuracy. They shot /TCe \
league are as follows !4-7 win and Haen volleyingto wins are in order against 60,6 percent, 20-for-33 for the
496-2093 & Union County Line 11 jw ks !4-3 Warriors 6.6; an easy b-2( decision. Pierce Eastside: and at Gainesville first half. For the night BHS
a T/Chq 2,28 Celtics :).7 Lakers 4.8.ALLPELLETIZED lost 4.H and lla/.en was held to High on Friday for both are bucketed 37 of 65 field goalsfor Does your car need an oil

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February 19.) I1I7B TKLRC.ltVlMIS. / 1 1'nge7/( j jh i




Hornets Steal Conference Honors :


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From Tigers On Basket At Buzzer ;



moved to Perry had 24 points with Jenkins and Mann ll.ivv-
LAKE BUTLER The thorne on a bucket by Mannat regular season champion, Newberry quickly
revamped Hawthorne Hornets the buzzer defeated the' received a bye into the semifinals a 12.2 first quarter lead and Gerry White also in double thorne; Perry und Ralph I
the half figures with 11 points Williams. Union: Tracy' F\\r\\ 1
from behind in each of regular season champions Hawthorne knocked off increased it to 29.13 at
came its three victories to capturethe P.K. Yonge 56.55, and the Cross City 73.64, Newberry and 43.24 at the three quarter Mill led the Red Devils with and Jerry Kduurds: PKYonge. I
Suwannee Conference Tigers captured a place in the easily handled Chiefland 60- mark. Scott with 19 points and 22 points Carl Williams had 14 and !Marvin
\ Basketball Tournament finals on a basket by Perry 38, and the Tigers got a scare Buchannon with 15 spearheaded and Joe Cromwell 11. Buchannon.'Vi II islonMilliard I
lp \ championship by defeatingthe with two seconds remaining in but won over the Williston Red the easy victory. Paul White was 'the leading
rebounder for t the Tigers with
Union County Tigers 62.60on the game 4240. Devils 59.56.IIawthorne. Williston came to play out I Cla i r.s i
Williston
moved to a 19-14 the and nine as iI
a ten-foot jump shot by Scor by Qu.r.... against Tigers the I
John Pinkney at the final Hawthorn 16))9 16- J first quarter lead and trailedat score at the end of the first rebounded the. Tigers 3032Score 4
buzzer on Sat., Feb. 14, here. Union 1 14 II 21 )]--60Hiwthornt halftime 40.37. They also quarter was 14.14. The Red by Quarter Tiffers6I37IIILUAHI

Newberry captured the JV Jonklnt 0 6.C.r.y 216Plnknty trailed at the threequartersmark Devils took a 33.30 lead at UC U 16 13 17 39
rrr championship by defeating 9010. Cut 317, Mann 9 JS 5451. halftime and the Tigers led at Will. 14 19 8 15- 54Union \) The sel'Undrankl'
Hawthorne 70.57 in the first Totals 13 12 62. But solid performances by the three quarters mark 42-41. the final of the Union Molmol'0.16. Perry 10.2.. C Mann and Jenkins in the final The Tigers in the final Holm. 022 Pnrry. 10424.0. on the Union County
game on night Whit.I 0 2.Wllllami I U. McGill 01 I. Whll 9 I 11 Wllllarm 406 rVcC 1 2. revenge
.Y three-day tournament P. wnlla 1 02. Totalt 27 6 60P period gave the [Hornets the stanza grabbed a 48-42 lead P Whine 3 0 6. Jockwon 2 0 4 Total"25 9 Tigers by easily winning M; .:17
points drive to win going away. and seemed to have the driveto 59
Calvin Robinson's 22 moved to 10-9 here on Tu'sdav.o'l'h) 17
.K. Yonge a Willlttom W.Illnrm 54 14, Jones I 0 2JAmm .
Jenkins bombs from .
i with Douglas Manning with 16 first quarter margin but hitting pull away, but the Red 726 ,Robinson 01 I 1 1. Miller 10 7 Earlier in the !season the
markers keeping the Baby Hawthorne found the range In all over the court hit on 30 Devils came charging back 22. Cromwell till 1 Totult It 10 56 Tigers defeated the Flashes
) Hornets in the contest. the second quarter and took a markers while Mann contributed and stayed in the running but H-51( in Lake Butler These
1r- In the championship game 25-21 halftime lead and increased 21 points and numerous never quite pulled off an upsetas Mann of Hawthorne was two teams may meet again in
voted the valuable
the Hornets moved to a 16-14 the margin to 38.31 at rebounds. they narrowed the gap to most the district tournament to ho
{ .J first quarter lead The Tigers the three-quarter mark, 57.56 on a 10 foot Jump shot by player of the three-day held next week in hake Butler
Its Terry Miller in the final 10 tournament. Other all tournament ,
UIIS.
narrowed the gap to 27.26 at The Blue Wave fought back at .
the half and took a 47.46 lead mostly on a sensational 16 seconds. Perry hit on a drivIng selections include Gerry; While was the high
layup for LB that went James Bennett Chiefland; for the with
into the final period. final period effort by scorer Tigers 14
point Glenn VSteen. Cross .
the through the basket at the final City;
The final stanza saw points
Jerry Edwards who wound up
John Bernard
Hornets take the lead in the as high scorer in the contest buzzer. Pinkney Warren Thompson was the
first two minutes 50-49 on a with 26 points Tracy Fitz had high scorer fur the Kl.ishis
driving layup by Pinkney and 12 P.K. Yonge 2 Wrestlers Headed For DistrictTwo with IK' 'points
they increased the margin to Hawthorne was led by The I ifieis conclude its !season !'

54-49 with just under five Jenkins with 20. Pinkney with BITS wrestlers are all but one squad member returning Friday night Feb :Jo!
minutes to play on another 15 and Mann with 15 points. headed for Orlando Friday The team finished when (they travel. to Staike loi
goal by Pinkney and a bucket In the other semi-finals the and Saturday to compete in with a 10.3 winning record for a doubleheader stalling at.
] by Dowdell Carey on a driving Tigers trailed Newberry 40.38 regional contests after victor the 1976 season, 6:30 p.m.

layup. with 90 seconds remaining in ies at the district competitionat .- - - - - - - -
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The Tigers fought back the game on Panthers basketby Spruce Creek last Thursday
quickly gaining a tie on a Marcus Buchannon who hit Friday and Saturday. ; Earn Your High School
bucket Williams on a
by Ralph
on a five foot 'jump shot. Joe home
Lazenby brought
layup. a free throw by Tim bas- <
The tied it on a
m ,Jackson ((20)( n( UIIS attempts! to stop Nt'wb..rry'sWllltl'r McGill and a basket by Boy- ket by Tigers Ralph Williams at 40- first place in the 149-lb division DIPLOMA. .
( llavnes ((10): ) from scoring a basket while Freddy Scott zie Perry to knot the game at 40. Newberry then lost the ball of the grappling contest
':11) of trl..slo the out. Paul While (m) the second year in a row he
: figure
Newherrv play 54-S4 with a little over two anda
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on L has taken the honor. By Taking The GED Tests.
unit Ralph Williams\ 112)( ) of UIIS look on half minutes to play. again patiently set up Perry Erie Biggs who won third
The teams traded baskets who took his favorite 10 foot
and the Tigers tied the contest jump shot from the left of the Top Shooter place division last also year In third the 129-lb. Applications For The GED Tests
won place
BHS Tennis Team Wins
with 22 seconds remaining on free throw circle and the ball
a 10 foot jump shot by Perry.. went through the basket for K.\ in lillinaii II, split lop this .year in the 136-lb. category Are Being Taken At The
Hawthorne then carefully honors with a Ifi-XMr-olcl out
the winning margin with two
UHSTop brought the ball down the floor seconds remaining. or sl.iter bv shooting INT of .200 The wrestling team as a BRADFORD UNION AREA VO-TECH CENTERThe I
Over
Clay High, biding its time to let the clock Newberry then passed the (l.ibirds in tin- Junior' liision whole finished 11th of 23
schools participating in the Deadline Is March 3 1976
down and took of ,
run Pinkney ball in, but it was stolen by a trap sliooCiiiu event
four stammers of the dropped a doubles match 1.8 the ball to the left of the foul Gerry White as the final this past ucrkrml ut the Gator district match Green Cove Call 964.6150 For Information
BHS boy's tennis team led to the Clay County team. circle and let fly with a 10-foot buzzer sounded moving the 'I'tap and Skeet Club I in Springs won the team title
way to another two victoriesthis Scott Tinsler and Steve jump shot that went throughthe Tigers into the finals. f.illf'iiiI'; "It was really tough compe- Examination Will Be
week going 5.2 over Clay Griffis lost the first doubles nets without touching the The Tigers assumed a 15-10 OM-I Inn.tHlllo'IIIV birds wore tition. All"of them did a really
County High Green Cove ..; rim or backboard as the first quarter lead and New- shot, in the four day touina- fine job, said coach Roger MARCH 8.9.10,11 I MARCH 12th
Springs) and 4.3 over Union buzzer sounded giving the berry came back to lead 24-22 untillmlt attracted \isltors Chilson. I
County High (Lake Butler), j Hornets the championship 62- at the halftime. The Tigers and |".n.lit Ipa'MS From \laska Chilson looks to an excep ,From 1 :00 P.M. to 10:00: P.M. 8:30: To 4:00 P.M
In Friday afternoon's match 60 in a well played ball game took a 32-30 lead into the final (11111.1 and several noithernstates. tional season next year with

with Green Cove Springs, Perry was the Tigers' high quarter. One imiple married
number one seated Larry scorer in the finals with 24 Perry was high scorer for dUl'lnIhl'/( shoot,
White stormed 8.2 over Steve points and wound up as the the Tigers with 14 points with ketin, son of ;Mr. amid :\I r'l.
Sloan White again took vic- tournament high scorer with Gerry White, Paul White and ('.n.l Tillman .of Edwards: l
tory in Lake Butler Tuesday 62 points in the three games. Williams each getting eight Road starke, rett'Ucd. a
afternoon, beating Chris Law- Williams had 15 points beforehe points.On pitch for his jacket for shootmif .
son 85m Lake Butler's first ; .. fouled out for the Tigers in J:% of .>:> birds and II set of do know.
match of the season. 1 the final quarter Alfred the first night of the solid. sheer steak knives for you ..
Randy Crews, the team's ]Holmes hit on 16 ppoints for tournament P.K. Young the Ins lip at lop honors.Simulated .
second took 8-3 win
man. an w
the Tigers.

County from Bruce and Marshall blasted of UnionCounty's Clay r Albert high Mann scorer was with 25 the points Hornets t aUPLpOCC(]) ( (]) you can save

Greg Ginstrom 80. i and had 61 points for his three
His brother Andy in the third
Green games. Pinkney was the fY J0v(! UGJ
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Cove's[Lake Butler's Steve Jorge Daigle Acosta, 8-1 and 8- Union' County neater Jorge Hornets with in the 18 markers.championshipgame The ( ](;


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(rcws in I lake ItutlerM the tournament as the third
Cove's Blain Reynolds with a lady !
solid 8-0 win over Jose' Acostain ....id la'>' uflrrniMin. high acorer with 56 points.

Lake Butler Tuesday afternoon match Tuesday afternoon 7.9 Hawthorne Tigers 4539.out McGill reboundedthe was Free EstimateCommercial long distance calls? !

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BHS Five Wins 2 Of 3 For 14-5 Season Record BIIS Lifters Weigh Lose t



i Sophomore Freddie half, 5 for c 8 the second for a 55 cent average. Bradford's Alfred Ross sat catching a long pass on the scored six points to take the the Tornadoes. Baker was 9- To VanguardBradford
Aldridge came off the bench percent performance Bradford cagers had six on the bench In foul trouble successful Tornado fast break lead. Fleming hit a long one to I for-12 or 75 percent from the High weight lifters
Tuesday night to score 18 Aldridge was 6 for 14, Ross 5 more field goals than Bolles, more than half the game. Tor. and was out several minutesof close it to 4037.David Dent hit field, many of his baskets 1.1 record after
timely points in Bradford for 11, and Willis 2 for 4. BUS but got no chance at the nado playmaker Kenny the second period and one free throw to close Bolles coming easy off the fast break now sport a Vanguard Feb.
High's 60.55 basketball win was 8 for 11 at the free throw charity line.Following. Hampton twisted an ankle almost the entire second half. 'within two points, 40-38. and after steals. Wayne Berry had losing to Ocala of 3527.
over Baker High of Mac- line for 73 percent. Baker was The Tornadoes got off to a Fleming's one and one situation IS points and was 8-for-14 from 11 by a score
clenny. 3 for 6. good start, taking the game to at the charity line evened the field. Alfred Ross had 14
It was the second victory in Bolles in the early going with the score with 18 seconds togo. points hitting 6 of 9 from the Again the top man for the
three games this week for the OLUS GAME: w their speed. Tornado mistakes Farrell's short fall away field. Freddie Aldridge had 11 weight lifting team was
Big Red five which now stands Ninth-ranked Bolles spotted however, began to crop jumper from the side put points defending state championMike
14-5 with just two regular sea Tornado basketballers as up with just over two minutesleft Bolles ahead to stay with five Darrell Moody and Kenny Crews, who took first
I son games remaining this much as 11 points Saturday I in the first half. seconds left in the third Hampton, the two BHS back place in the 14R-pound class
coming weekend. The Tornado night on the Bradford High Four times the Tornadoestried period. court men, each had eight with a total of 510 pounds.
five has lost just twice home court, then came on to bring the ball down in Farrell added an uncon- points. Wayne Berry had six David Godsey and Steve
since Christmas, to Gainesville strong to take the Tornadoes' .1. those two minutes and either tested layup under the basketas rebounds and Alfred Ross 5 to Earnest alsowon in their eight
Eastside and to fifth- game play away and get a 56- Iqf missed the shot or turned the Bolles controlled the fourth lead BHS in that department. class divisions.The .
ranked Bolles of Jacksonville.A 50 victory, the Bulldogs' 20th ball over on floor mistakes. period tip for a 44-40 Bulldog .
somewhat disorganized win of the year against three Bolles narrowed a 26-15 deficitto advantage.A Bradford tear by 25 Quarter IV 23 1-M team traveled to
Tornado team handed Bolles a losses. 30-23 in those two minutes. long shot by Darrell L/e.Ose. 11 IB 12 1J-54
afternoon
Gainesville Wednesday
56-51 win Saturday night after Victorious Bolles' coaches The Tornadoes never got and a
leading until the final seconds were highly complimentary of back on their game in the Wayne Berry gotuBradford elks, Baker 2 10 Wayne Berry I 0la to meet Gainesville

uf)f the third period. BUS was the Tornado five, especially of } second half. Bolles continuedto with one point, 46-47, with 4:45: 0-0, 0.ROM BrmtO 6711.2 2,Wllll Moody Berry 0..102.Godwin Bright 0 0 .will High.host Next Eastside: Wednesday and, Lake BUS
hot in the first of the three- its quickness. They expected 1 1M take advantage of almost left in the game, the closest 0. Aycon 022, Hampton 100, Aldrldae
game home stand Friday Bolles to rise in Class 3A rankings every Tornado mistake. they were to come. Farrell 3.1-11, Carter 000 Anderson 000. Weir at 2:30: p.m.
when Live Oak went down 86- after the win over a tough "We had a real good start," rebounded and put the ball Totals 31 Oak 1286. James Perry 7216.
Live I
Tornado team which followeda said Coach Mike Sexton. "But back up fQr a basket with Mackey I 107. Douglas Cherry 204.
56.With Bradford playing 49-47! upset victory the night our own mistakes hurt us. seconds later for, a 49-46 Bolles Terry Cherry 9220. B aley 000.
minus two regulars Baker before over second-ranked They were definitely the more lead.-From then on foul shots Hiirrlt 0 0 0,Mormon 000,Owoni 000,
High, with a 3-19 record keptit Fernandina Beach. Belles disciplined team in the second enabled Bolles to keep the Waters 102. Total 23 10 54 FLORIDATHEATRE
close the entire game Tues- moved to fifth in ranking half." lead, the final seven Bulldog .
day night. Young Aldridge released Tuesday Bolles shut the Tornadoes ,I points coming that way.
who has played to spell Kenny Bolles' Brett Farrell. a Kinmilt Bright, a Tornado ball hawker puts the pressure out for the final 1:32: of the Bradford- closed to 51-54 BHS Golfers
Hampton took control of the lanky slender 6-feet, S-inches, on this Live Oak player final period while the Bulldogs with 10 seconds remaining but
game Tuesday night and kept the Bulldogs in the game Fleming hit on two more char- .
bucketed 18 pOints. He scoredsix with a 28 point performance. ity shots with one second left. Surprising. FRI. SAT, SUN.
of eight critical free Guard David Fleming had 14& Several Bradford shots
Girl Tennis
throws in the closing minutes points for the Bulldogs Bradford Players rimmed in and out of the bas- /
and had a timely layup to pre Farrell is averaging 17.5 ket in the final seconds, but 311
serve the Bradford lead. points per game and Fleming they wouldn't fall for Willis In Opener

"We had maybe a 10 point 16.The Matches To GC Bartramcountry Berry, Darrell Moody, and
lead at times, but let it getaway Tornadoes led 12.8 after Drop Milton Baker.
from us," said Coach the first period 30.23 after the The loss dropped Bradford Playing their way to a two
Mike Sexton: of the Baker second. Fleming tied the High to 13-5 for the season. stroke 159-161 victory seemedto
game. game 40-all with 18 seconds a was really disappointed club Tuesday after The come-from-behind win be a big surprise for the
Wayne Berry led the Tornadoes remaining in the third periodon to Green Cove Green Cove match. We noon. was nothing new for the Bull Bradford High golf team,
with 20 points backed by two charity shots. Bolles Thursday afternoon. have beat them. How- Pam Tucker and Merri dogs. Lake Weir led them 28- which opened its season Tues-
Aldridpe's! 18. BIIS got 12 made 18 of 28 free throws. netters were Ormsbee played the four and 24 in the third period and lost. day afternoon against Palatka
points from Alfred Ross and Bradford High went to the line again by a much five spots against Green Cove Fernandina led 31-18 in the South.
eight from Willis Berry. twice missing both times. The gin 7-0, Tuesday Springs, Tucker losing t-8 and third period and was beaten in Mat Herres, the only senioron .
Baker's taller Wildcats Tornadoes bucketed 25 of 58 Bartram, a Ormsbee maneuvering a close an upset. the squad, dealth the decid- (i ,
e were led by Bobby Ford with shots from the field a 4.1 per- school. 6-8 loss. ing blows of the afternoon,
with Score by Quarters shooting a one-under-par 35. jttmm iMtTt**
22 Leroy Spatcher
points.
Danette Rodrigue lost 2-8 in Bradford 13 IB 10 1050Balln Palatka South's best contender -
14.and KlateYarborough with Warriors Win Final Bantam the four spot Tuesday after- I 15 19 ,11--56 was Billy Tuten, who shot a YitS'QS
12.Both noon as Tucker followed witha
teams had 26 field Final week of the Bantam 1 The Warriors Bar- Bradford: Bukar 306, Wayna Berry 38."We
second 2-8 loss against
free 10070, ROM 104, Wllllt Berry toe. haven't shot this low in
It Aldridge's
goals. was Basketball League of the Todd Jackson with &.., tram. Moody 204, Godwin' 102, 1 0-
... .:- Hampton qualifying rounds. It was
the end that made :, any
throws near Starke Recreation Depart- The Celtics had a "We didn't play that badly. 2. Alarldo 2 0.. Tolali' 21 0 SO
the difference. ment saw the Warriors scoring attack led that much BOIIM: GordOn 3 0 6. Dent 124, really a great surprise for me. ,
They were just
Farrall II 4 IB. 3. I.. Watklot The bovs did real good and
Fleming
Bradford shot 43 percent
their last Hudson with 15 "
winning two Howard said of
games coach
better, "
044 Total IV IB 5* i am really proud of them,
from the field 26 for (;X). Big defeating the Celtics 4441. Kenny Clark and t. .=. the Bartram squad.
Berry was 6 for 12 the first Lennon with 14 and -:;: r. t.J.,. -. ..-.. commented three year vet
respectively. : -.. .---- Jockel and Hazen teamedup LIVE OAK GAME eran coach Warney Adkinson. 301
Second win for .. against Green Cove to takea Tornado round-bailers hit a Starke won the match 159-
came at the F". .r....;. ,.' .:_:. slim 7-9 defeat, and Pierce hot streak Friday night, Feb. 161, Wade Winkler having a DRIVEINTerence
Hart Feed I lawks in a high and Tucker pulled together fora 13, and ran away from Live 39, Lee Casey a 41 a little
game The llu/rn found this back 611'ictory in doubles play Oak by 30 points, 8656. Two freshman Scott Roberts a 44. Hill
Bradford:, County's Full Service again! I led by Todd handy last Thursday af- last Thursday. baskets each by Alfred Ross, Coach Adkinson also played
in hr H-2 \lctory over Bobby Patterson who shot a In"H1IN
who had a season who had a hot hand and
points. Eddie: 48."I. County high opponent. Jockel and Pierce played Milton Baker put BUS up 7-0 in 47, and Gene Tanner, who
Fertilizer DealerFERTILIZER finished with for the nine-
well together in doubles com- a 52
chipped in 16 1 was pleased with the the first two minutes. It went
losers were led by petition against Bartram, like that all night long. hole round. :
performances against
Coach Howard said, but they Although Palatka South'stop
foR-PIt with 25 points. they played better Coach Mike Sexton played
The Lakers came matches than I again went down 4-8. Hazen everybody in the second half. four men had three birdies THBEBST
losing end in their ," commented coach ex and Rodrigue also lost 0.6 in BUS led 25.11 going into the the BUS top four won In 'p ,
r games. The Hawks Howard of the two doubles play against Bar- second period, 44-29 at the the final decision. United Artists
.... Herres had birdie the
tram. a on
them in a closely half, and 67-39 going into the
(Bag or Bulk) = battle. Kerry ladies' tennis team now Coach Howard also looks for fourth quarter. third hole and parred each of -PLUS-

losers with 27 1-2 for its season which support this season from The Tornado five was hot on the remaining eight holes. Dick Van Dyke la,,
second-stringers Donna Sam- Last year, Herres averaged a
Thornton also had Feb. 3 with defense and offense. The,
a 6-1 roust.
ons, Judy Williams and Lisa '396 In. nine holes and the
Bill Goodle and of Santa Fe. quick BHS defense forced innumerable -'
FRM Complete Feed Seed led the Hacks with one seated Jennifer Mitchell, who have gained turnovers and coach is looking forward to an "1 I I'
points took heavy defeats in experience in exhibition steals and the Tornado fast even better year for his letter-
Second loss of the bouts, matches Tuesday afternoon. break off paid off with easy men.
singles
(Wholesale or Retail) the Lakers came at decision against dropping Green a BIIS lady netters began playat points after many turnovers.It Traveling to Folkston, Ga.,
the club courts Thursday afternoon the BUS
of the Celtics 35-27 and loss country was the 13th BHS win
a 3-8 to Bar-
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High School Wednesday after their second match and Green
314.The Tornadoes hit
points. For the ,' Pierce and Ruth on 12
noon as the Telegraph went to Cove Springs in Starke Friday Jerl Woods In
& Bull DozingHomer Fisher was again both took wins during of 13 shots from the field in the
press. first period, incredible 92 afternoon at 3 p.m.
point man with 16 with Green Cove. Pierce an
Coach Howard feels that
F Hart Owner Hwy 100 West At Bradford The final into a final burst for percent accuracy. They shot
league are as win and Hazen volleying wins are in order against 60.6 percent, 20-for-33. for the
& Union County Line Kastside and at Gainesville
4962093 Hawks3! ; ; easy 1-2 decision. Pierce first half. For the night BHS
T/Chq 2/26 Celtics 5-7 Lakers 4-8 and Hazen was held to High on Friday for both are bucketed 37 of 65 field goals Does your car need an oil
3-8 against Bartram at the district matches. The squadnow for 57 percent from the field. change? Refill with the lowest
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lKn ; is open to children ages 9- Tornado basketballers conclude
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LAKE BUTLER The thorne, on a bucket by Mannat regular season champion Newberry moved quickly to Perry had 24 points with Jenkins and Mann Hawthorne
revamped Hawthorne Hornets the buzzer, defeated the' received a bye into the semi. a 12-2 first quarter lead and Gerry White also in double Perry and Ralph
came from behind in each of regular season championsP.K. finals, Hawthorne knocked off increased it to 29-13 at the half figures with 11 points. Williams.' Union: Tracy Fit7
its three victories to capturethe Yonge 56.55, and the Cross City 73-64 Newberry and 43.24 at the three quarter Mill led the Red Devils with and Jerry! ":dwurct". P.KYonge.
Suwannee Conference Tigers captured a place in the easily handled Chiefland 60- mark. Scott with 19 points and 22 points. Carl Williams had 14 and Marvin
Basketball Tournament finals on a basket by Perry 38, and the Tigers got a scare Huchannon with 15 spear. and Joe Cromwell 11. Huchammn. \\'illislon.IIilHard .
championship by defeatingthe with two seconds remaining in but won over the Williston Red headed the easy victory. Paul White was the leading
Union County Tigers 62-60 the game 4240. Devils 59.56.Hawthorne. Williston came to play rebounder for the tigers with Clan's
on a ten-foot jump shot by Score by Quarter moved to a 19.14 against the Tigers and the nine as Williston out
John Pinkney at the final Biwlhorne lo II l 19 1 14-.62 first quarter lead and trailedat score at the end of the first rebounded the. Tigers 3632.:
buzzer on Sat., Feb. 14, here. Union 1 14 12 21 13- 60 halftime 40-37.() They also quarter was 1414. The Red Tigers 61-37
the trailed at the threequartersmark Devils took lead Score by Quarters
Newberry captured JV Hawthorn! Jenkins 1 0 A, Carey 226, a 33.30 at UC U 14 12 17 59
championship by defeating Plnkney 9 0 la. Cue 31 I 7, Mann I 9 23 5451. halftime and the Tigers led at Will. 14 19 > 1 15- 56 IlII.MAItn The second
Hawthorne 70-57 in the first Total. 25 12 62 But solid performances by the three quarters mark 42-41. ranked 'Milliard'' Flashes Rot
union Holmes 0 16, Perry $$0124.0.White Mann and Jenkins in the final Union Holmes 0 2 2. Perry 10 4 24, G
the final of the The Tigers in the final
night '
game on I 02.Wllliam6 7 1 II McGill 011.P. white I II.Ailllgm 0 8. McGill 12 4. revenge on the Union County
three-day tournament led by While 1 0 2. Total n 6 40 period gave the Hornets the stanza !grabbed a 48-42 lead P While 3 0..Jnckton 2 OJ Totals 25 9 Tigers by easily ys0117( :
Calvin Robinson's 22 points, P.K. Yonge moved to a 10-9 drive to win going away and seemed to have the driveto 59 here on Tuesday.. Kcl 17
with Douglas Manning with 16 first quarter margin, but Jenkins hitting bombs from pull away, but the Red Wllllttont/ 236.William Robinson s 0 414 1 I., Jones Miller 1 10 02Jnmfti 2. Earlier: in the season the
... + markers keeping the Baby all over the court hit on 30 Devils came charging back defeated\ 1'1l1slwsjR.5t
.r. Hawthorne found the range in 22. Cromwell 5 I II Total 21 10 56 Tigers (
L J r Hornets in the contest. the second quarter and took a markers, while Mann contributed and stayed in the running but ( in Lake Hutler These
In the championship game 25-21 halftime lead and in- 21 points and numerous never quite pulled off an upsetas Mann of Hawthorne was two teams may meet again in
the Hornets moved to a 16-14 creased the margin to 38-31 at rebounds. they narrowed the gap to voted the most valuable the district tournament to beheld
first quarter lead. The Tigers the three-quarter mark. 57.56 on a 10 foot jump shot by player of the three-day next! week in Lake Butler
narrowed the gap to 27-26 at The Blue Wave fought back Terry Miller in the final 10 tournament. Other all tourna al I'llS'
the half and took a 47-46 lead mostly on a sensational 16 seconds. Perry hit on a driv- ment selections include G'rry11111' was the high
into the final period. point final period effort by ing layup for LB that went James Dennett Chief land, scorer for the Tigers( with 14
1 The final stanza saw the Edwards who wound through the basket at the final Glenn O'Stecn Cross City; points. .
Jerry up
Hornets take the lead in the as high scorer in the contest buzzer. John Pinkney, Bernard Warren Thompson was the
first two minutes 50-49 on a with 26 points. Tracy Fitz had high scorer for the Flashes
driving layup by Pinkney and 12 points for P.K. Yonge. 2 Wrestlers Headed For Districtall with IK points
they increased the margin to Hawthorne was led by The Tigers 'om'luII' its reason
54-49 with just under five Jenkins with 20, Pinkney with Two BUS wrestlers are but one squad member re Friday night. Feb :2ti!
minutes to play on another 15 and Mann with 15 points.In headed for Orlando Friday turning. The team finished when they(ravel to Slaiko loe
goal by Pinkney and a bucketby the other semi-finals the and Saturday to compete in with a 10.3 winning record for a loublohfiuItT starting al
I Dowdell Carey on a driving Tigers trailed Newberry 40.38 FTop regional contests after victories the 1976 season. 6aopm.;:

layup.The back with 90 seconds remaining in at the district competitionat } . . . . . . .r
Tigers fought the game on Panthers basket Spruce Creek last Thursday -
quickly gaining a tie on a Marcus Buchannon who hit .
by Friday and Saturday.Joe Earn Your High School
bucket by Ralph Williams on a on a five foot jump shot,
layup a free throw by Tim The tied it bas- Lazenby brought home
Tigers on a
Sam Jackson (20) of CMS attempts to stop Newberry's first place in the 14'J-lb. divI-
McGill, and a basket by Boy- ket Williams at 40- DIPLOMA.
by Ralph .
Walter I llavnes ((3D: ) from scoring a basket while Freddy Scott zie Perry to knot the game at 40. then lost the ball sion of the grappling contest
:111: of Newberry\ tries to figure the play out. Paul White ((15) Newberry the second in he
.... 54-54 with a little over two anda violation and the Tigers year a row
and Ralph Williams II 12:!) of LIIS' look on. half minutes to play. on again a patiently set up Perry r has taken the honor. By Taking The GED Tests.
Erie who third
The teams traded baskets who took his favorite 10 foot Biggs won
and the Tigers tied the contest jump shot from the left of the Shooter place last year in the 129lb. Applications For The GED Tests
BHS Tennis Team Wins division, also third
with 22 seconds remaining on free throw circle and the ball won place
a 10() foot jump shot by Perry. went through the basket for K<-\in Tillma n. II.. split lop this year in the 136-lb. cater Are Being Taken At The
Hawthorne then carefully the winning margin with two honors with a I f->ear-old out gory.
Over UHS brought the ball down the floor seconds remaining. of Mater byhading IS7 of I'm) The wrestling team as a I BRADFORD UNION AREA VO-TECH CENTERThe
Clay High, biding its time to let the clock Newberry then passed the clay bird'l In the Junior Division whole finished 11th of 23
run down and Pinkney took ball in, but it was stolen by of a trap shooting event schools participating in the Deadline Is March 3, 1976
Top four slammers of the dropped a doubles match 1.8 the ball to the left of the foul Gerry White as the final (hi<< p.ist ",','k.'nd at the Gator district match. Green Cove
BHS boy's tennis team led to the Clay County team. circle and let fly with a 10-foot buzzer sounded moving the Trap and Skeet Club in Springs won the team title. Call 964-6150 For Information
way to another two victoriesthis Scott Tinsler and Steve jump shot that went through Tigers( into the finals. (;.ai11ek5; ilh'. "It was really tough compe-
week going 5.2 over Clay Griffis lost the first doubles the nets without touching the The Tigers assumed a 15-10 o\cr IIIII.lIlIlIl'Iav birds were tition. All of them did a really Examination Will Be
County High (Green Cove rim or backboard as the first quarter lead and New- shot in I the four 'la\ tourna fine job" said coach Roger MARCH 8910.11 MARCH 12th
Springs) and 4.3 over Union / r6yr buzzer sounded giving the berry came back to lead 24-22 \\liichiiltracteil. visitors Chilson. I
County High (Lake Butler). 11 Hornets the championship 62- at the halftime. The Tigers anil |".u'tii-lp.inls from .Alaska Chilson looks to an excep i ,From 1:00: P.M. to 10:00: P.M. 8:30 To 4.00 P M \ \
In Friday afternoon's match r r 60 in a well played ball game. took a 32.30 lead into the final C.iii.Kl.i und several northern tional season next year with > > > > > > >* > > > >
with Green Cove Springs, Perry was the Tigers' high quarter. stales, line couple married
number one seated Larry scorer in the finals with 24 Perry was high scorer for during the shoot.Kevin -
White stormed 8.2 over Steve points and wound up as the the Tigers with 14 points with son of :.Mr. und :Mrs
Sloan. White again took vic- tournament high scorer with Gerry White, Paul White and ('.n.! Tillman of Edwards:
tory in Lake Butler Tuesday 62 points in the three games. Williams each getting eight Road Slarke, received a
afternoon, beating Chris Law- ., 1t.r Williams had 15 points before points.On |patch'' for his jacket, for shooting -
son 8.5 in Lake Butler's first he fouled out for the Tigers in :."> of :2.i!: hints and n set .of do know.
match of the season. the final quarter. Alfred the first night of the solid silver steak knives for you ..
Randy Crews the team's Holmes hit on 16 ppoints for tournament P.K. Young the his lie at lop honors
second man took an 8.3 win
the Tigers.
County from Bruce and Marshall blasted of UnionCounty's Clay Albert Mann was the Hor- IIiJrDlllIJl Qaoaa (!)
nets high scorer with 25 points can save
Greg Ginstrom 80. and had 61 points for his three you
His brother Andy, in the third
Pinkney was the J0VruOGJBlE ( (
match, took wins from Green rt -. -- second games. high scorer for the


0.Cove's Lake John Butler's Samons Steve Jorge Daigle made Acosta up 8.1 for and, 8-a Acosta Union this shot reaches County but low couldn't nettrr to Jorge scoopup harness Tigers Hornets with held in the 18 Bernard markers.championshipgame Jenkinsto The : O Lty lJ f7 350/0/ to 60'/fo on

six points but he wound
up
bare 9.8 victory over Green the match In losing to Simulated Brick Stone Stucco -
the tournament as the third
\ Crews in Lake Butler
Cove's Blain Reynolds with a \
solid 8'{) win over Jose' Acostain "...jcl.I., aflernmm. high acorer with 56 points.

Lake Butler Tuesday afternoon match Tuesday afternoon 7.9 Hawthorne Tigers 4539.out McGill reboundedthe was Free EstimateCommercial long distance calls? !
trailed
Samons Reynolds to Lawson and Acosta In Lake the leading rebounder for the
5.3 at one point, coming Butler. Rodrigue and Brown Tigers( with nine. Perry had 7 & Residential
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Daigle of Clay County 48. Friday Feb. 20, and to Green season games betweenthe rr ..
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Over BUTLER BakerLAKf Bill Feb. 24,25 & 26

Hemme's. four hitter led the
Union County Tigers to a 5-3
victory over the Baker County __ = _
Wildcats here on Tuesday North Fla.
Feb. 17, in the opening gameof Raceway
the baseball season for both
teams. i
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Hemme limited the Wildcats
to four hits, struck out 13
batters, walked two and hit a Lake City Fla.

batter in his seven inning ___ _
stint. Errors helped the
Tigers. Baker's three runs
came on a homer by Joey _.
Crews with UHS ahead 5-0.)
Coach Terry Stroemer said TUESDAY FEB. 24 WEDNESDAY FEB. 25

that it was hard to evaluatethe -_ _-

Tiger performance as the 1:30 P.M. 7:30: P.M.
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defense handled only two put- -_ _
outs as Hemme did the rest
with 13 strikeouts. He said 9.000 Super Stock 9,000 Modified
Macclenny has a good young

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Friday. Feb. 20. Saturday 7,000 Modified 12,000 Super Stocks
Feb. 21 they travel to Mac-
clenny for a return engage- _
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Wagon Train Overflows Graham With 3,000 Toe-Tapping Spectators Carter Visit BoostersTo County


leer Fire Dept. and Auxiliaryfor

"Fantastic..simply fantastic ing the mass of humanity from inspiring patriotic tunes, providing meals for wagon and February 20th
,
," said estatic Wagonmaster milling about the spacious to toe-tapping hoedown music. train personnel and
Shirley Craycraft as she pecan grove made availableby generator for power Georgia supporters Of
surveyed the crowd of men, Mr. and Mrs. H.D. Barnesas Following 40-minutes in floodlights; Mrs. Delores Democratic presidential can-
women, and children that a site for wagon train festi song and story presented by Meng and Hampton Lake resi- didate Jimmy Carter plan a
swelled the population of Graham vities. the wagon train troupe came dents, providing showers for three-day campaign swing
from 150 to 3,000-plus the local talent segment which J wagon train personnel; C.M. into Bradford, Union and 11
included the following num- Clark and family who visited
during the Bicentennial The three covered wagons other North Florida counties
Wagon Train's visit to Bradford and accompanying horse. bers ably emceed by Chamberof the train In Hawthorne and starting February 20.
County Thursday night back riders had pulled into Commerce executive-sec made helpful suggestions to
Graham about 4 after a retary Bill Wilson: t the committee; Sheriff Dolph The Carter supporters are
p.m.
"It's the largest crowd three-day stop at Hawthorne. Reddish, county police, and scheduled to gather in Val-
Presentation of Colors,
we've had since starting out They had left their starting Florida Highway Patrol for dosta Ga. and board char
from Polk City,"Shirley said point. Polk City, several days Troop 70, Boy Scouts of directing traffic, parking, and tered buses to fan out into
America.
before, and would go on from crowd control in the Grahamarea separate areas of) North Florida
"A good example of what a Graham to join other wagon Pledge of Allegiance, Rep. ; Mr. and Mrs. H.D. During this campaign
joint community effort can trains from all parts of the Frank Williams. Barnes for providing site for effort, called "Georgians for
produce," said Carole Shields, U.S., each traveling about 20 the wagon train stopover; Jimmy." they will distribute
whose job, as general chairman miles per day, to converge on Wagon Train Show.Children's Richard Jockel and Myrna campaign literature in
of local arrangements, Valley Forge, July 3, as a Chorus-45th and e 1 Lou Rahn, coordinating school shopping centers and from
was to coordinate everythingfrom highlight of the Bicentennial 5th grades, all public schools; activities door to) door in some residen-
bus transportation for and 6th Brooker and tial areas.
elementary school singers to celebration. Hampton.grades, v ;' "I bet the Wagon Train will

hamburgers and soft drinks always remember Graham as The group will visit this
for the hungry crowd. It was an evening long to be Girls TrioKelly and Vickie the smallest town with the area on February 20, reassembling -
remembered, with singers in Carver and Susan Sapp. biggest crowd, all the way in Jacksonvillethat )
"It's the biggest thing that colorful colonial costumes ti from Polk City to Valley night for a concentratedeffort
ever happened to Graham," presenting a flashback in FFA String and Vocal Quar- _. Forge" Mrs. Shields said. in that city
said one awed resident, view- American musiceverything tet-Kim Tenly, Becky Hutch- ,', ,J, '1L. '" ""
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Here They Come


ins, Eddie Frampton, and String BandClaude Morgan Chorus-- University of r. _
Bradford-Union Should Not Jimmy Scott. Larry Jacks, Hank Lott, Florida Group featuring Scott
Donny Lott, Bill McRae, Bob Leland and Bill McRae.

Pay Prison Trial ExpensesOne SoloistToi Bullington. Brown. National AnthemCarol .......
FFA Duet-- Un "Oklahoma" cast directedby Milner. J

derwood and Pt Richard Jockel, presenting Credits and thanks for + R

Church Choral oupFirst, popular numbers from the success of the eveng were ,
of the most important bills to ceeding the month in which the fees Baptist Church, Starke. musical show, accompaniedby extended by Mrs. Shields to ,.

come before! the Florida Legislature in costs, and expenses have been! allowed Mona Canova. her committee, Harry Hat-

1976 as far as Bradford and Union and paid by the county the clerk of the Family Spiritual Group-' SoloistsSylvia Reddishand cher Jr., Joe Williams, E.L.
court shall make the The Schmidt Family. Carol Milner. Matthews, Elzie Sanders.
Counties are concerned, is one that will requisition on
Struth
Kathy and the .
provide for state payment of court costs comptroller for the fees, costs and following who assisted in var- '....-..

and attorney's fees in cases involving expenses so allowed and paid during the ious ways: Win FBLA HonorsThese

these preceding month.,.which shall be paid by
prison inmates, rather than have
Bill Wilson. M.C. Mr. and
borne by these two counties the State Treasurer from the General County Agents By ; three young ladies were among many to take home
expenses Mrs. Ray Bryan, Lawtey; honors' at the r"llolll1lulure Business Leaders America
simply because they happen to be the Revenue Funds of the State. Mona Canova and Pat Welty, FRI.A) leadership conference at Iliu-Mioli High in Gaines-
Bobby
sites of state prisons. Notebook fZ"l. assisting with the show; Brad- vine last Saturday
The bill would become effective Taylor ford County School Board for iemla Johnson, : left, won first place in public speaking at

the the October 1. 1976. providing buses, and bus the event: Debbie Glover, middle, look second place honors
Under
present set-up, paying drivers who served without
in typing: and Alisia Jackson, right, won( first place in data
expenses of prison inmates involved in The importance of this bill to Bradford pay: Bradford County VolunTOTIIECITIZENS |proeessing. :Ne\a.; Flynn, not pictured won third place in the

riots, murders, and other violent acts and Union Counties can hardly be over Now that you have finishedall little. Where soils are highly i\pinK contest.
costs the taxpayers of Bradford and estimated In the opinion of one jurist in the paper plans of your alkaline, special attention The four( girls! will travel to Orlando in April to meet state
Union Counties thousands of dollars garden, )it is time to get to must be paid to the inclusion com pin itiort.d. .
the district a major riot at Florida State work. of minor elements in the Pftt
annually. Due to a "bug" in the present
Prison or Union Correctional Institute fertilizer mixes. Sulfur is
law Union County is worse off in this would come close to bankrupting either Probably the most physical sometimes used to reduce

respect than Bradford. According to the Bradford or Union Counties in the maze part of vegetable the gardening soil for is alkalinity, but its use is 1
law, as presently written Union must litigation that would result from sucha preparing generally not as practical as :';
planting. On large gardens, supplying minor elements or ,OF) BRADFORD COUNTY:'; I II
bear all of the expenses involving prison misfortune. mechanical equipment suchas nutritional I
trials while Bradford is allowed to bill a roto-tiller) or tractor- sprays. lam so full of joy and grati !
the State and be reimbursed for witness Florida's' prison population is growingby drawn plow often is Liming materials and the tude I want to share it with all j j

and jury fees and other expenses except leaps and bounds and the more prisoners necessary, and even hiring of amount to apply depend upon of you. :i 4'l. i G
the fees of private attorneys in cases that are crowded into the limited such equipment or the job the soil reaction (pH and the First of all, I am a former i ?'q t Gt
now provided for them means itself may be practical. type soil among others employee of the Vo-Tech I j '
where the accused inmate refuses the space
However, on smaller gardensthe things). Often it is necessaryto Cafeteria, and all of my w
services of the public defender. Bradford more fights, knifings rapes** murders, task can be accomplishedwith consult a technical advisory bosses were so good to me I i J

must also pay fees for witnesses subpoenaed riots, and similar crimes. a spade, spading fork. or.* to determine the proper: can't wait to tell you) about it. !j

'to appear before the public shovel. liming program for your First of all, your School. !i
defender In a letter accompanying a copy of SB Turn the ground about three garden soil.below But in general, a Supt Richard Jockel is so
reaction indicates
6 sent to The Telegraph Senator Glisson weeks before planting when a need for pH lime,5.5 and 2- highly educated that he lets I

Senate Bill 6. already pre-filed by Sen. said: "We are going to need a lot of the soil is dry enough to work. 3 pounds of dolomitic lime per Eddie Douglas run the show.Don't ,
think that is ? j
Turn the soil great I
) you
completely over
Jim Glisson of the 11th District, provides support to get this bill passed next when spading. 100 square feet is a fairly We also have a food coordinator >
that: "all lawful fees, costs and session. Any help from the citizens and effective application to start a Mrs. Delores .

expenses hereafter adjudged againstand officials in your area will be appreciated Weeds, cover crops and remedial program. who has such grea Moran

paid by any county in all compe- ." added organic matter such as Dolomite is a good liming about everything that is goingon
all be
animal manure may she just has to tell her
material due to its
tency-lunacy proceedings, and all crimi-- NAACP Award Presented
spaded under at the same bosses about it. Don't you)
magnesium content. Owing to
nal prosecutions against state prisoners Certainly, this help should be forthcoming time (see Fact Sheet VC 74-4, its relatively slow reaction, it think that is sweet of.her?

imprisoned in a state correctional institution for we are the ones that will pri- "Composting and Manures"). should be applied well ahead To make a long story short, :N\\CP member Jimmy Brown presents E.I. DuPontmanag..r
at the State Prison Farm at Rai- marily benefit from this legislation. Sufficient tme; must be of planting (two) to three Eddie Douglas gave me a Ken Platt a plaque for being fair and honest in

ford, and in all habeas corpus cases Every tax) dollar spent on cases involving under allowed for the freshly material turned-to months). Hydrated lime may choice: I could either accept a Riving!!: promotions and job opportunities to minority groupsat

k brought to test the legality of the imprisonment prison inmates means one more tax decompose organic and become fairly be material used where is required.a quick It acting transfer toStarke Elementary night the annual Feb II.:N.VCP Awards, banquet were also at the given Holiday to churches Inn Saturday and

S of state prisoners of such correctional dollar that the people of Bradford and well-rotted before seeds are be applied two weeks or more may Cafeteria at Vo-Tech or quit which my presentjob I have service organl/atiimi in the county during the dinner ceremonies -

1 institutions imprisoned at the Union Counties are getting no benefit planted. before planting provided it is worked on for three years. I which, wereatlendecl by more than t21 p..rson'l.

\ State Prison Farm at Raiford, shall be from.It Woody plant materials suchas mixed well with the soil. Use thought seniority counted, and
refunded to the county paying the sum sticks and dried dog-fennel at three-fourths the above rate 1 was not the last one hired.

from the general revenue fund in the is obviously unfair for the citizens of stalks are best removed from for dolomite. Also, there was a worker Area Students Earn LCCC Honors

r state treasury in the manner and to the these two counties to bear these expenses the into garden the soil.rather Likewise than cut, The lime should be spread from transferred the high to school our) cafeteria after I

extent herein provided, to wit: betweenthe just because the prisons happento perennial grass and weed evenly over the garden before was hired at Vo-Tech. But that LAKE CITY Two local students Bruce Jacobs, Luther Polhill.
1st and 15th of the month next suc be located in our midst. pests should be removed plowing or spading it into the wasn't all the problem. Two of of Lake City Community Richard Rawls Harrison
wherever possible) to soil to a depth of six inches. these people didn't like the College were honored) last Redden, William Frank Ryder
eliminate recurring problems. salary 1 was getting, and what week for maintaining a per- and Mack Tillman of Raiford;
makes it so funnynow they fect 0 average throughout all William A. Saxon. Raymond
Break all clods and level are short of help in the Vo- course work at LCCC. Ponder, Vasco Howard and
I G.O.P.lUlIsical ChairsThese with a rake or harrow the soil W(3U(3( ( t WJllll Tech Cafeteria, but they Frank Brown of Starke; and
soon after turning to maintain wouldn't let me keep mycashier's James W. Harding of) Starke William Jack McGill of Lake
good soil texture and prevent job. Every once in a and Clifford J. Milliken of Butler.
excessive drying. For small- 4J E JUWi:? while they use some of the Raiford were named to the
facts, arising from the last major changes at the highest levels of seeded crops such as carrots, kids in the cooking class to President's List at the college)
seven years of Republican administra our government.Is and all crops) to a certain William S.Has. serve your kids lunch. Don't for the 1975 fall term accord- My Neighbors"Mind
Lion may shock and dismay but extent, a finely pulverized Veterans Service Of I ftter: you think that is nice of them, ing to a spokesman for LCCC,
you surface insures easier since they haven't taken aT.B. along with 119 other students.
it wonder that have had
when add them all any we 39
,
you they help
up may
?
planting, better germinationand test or anything
vacillating policies, and Other area students havinga
explain some of the trouble this country wrong policies stand. A
more even plank
is often than notNO policies If any of the 1,115,000 I can't leave out my former 4.0 (A) average for the fall
in more
today. drag may be used to fit the soil 5 rd
Mildred Lawson
veterans and servicemen employer, term at LCCC include:
capable of dealing with our domestic for planting on larger gar currently enrolled in college and Ted Oglesby. They gave Curtis Eugene Allen of Lake
Since 1969-- the last seven years of problems? -. '" dens. A hand rake may serve under the GI Bill this fall need me so much support and back- Butler and Julius German.

GOP occupancy: of the White House, we the-sarn purpose in smaller tutoring help, the Veterans ing through all of this they had James A. hires Warren
have been governed by: Is it any wonder that we continue in plots. Administration stands readyto me leaning over. My coworkers Petriwgelo, Robert Roy and
deep recession( high unemployment and In many gardens, soil assist with the cost. had to prop me up to George Thomas Stanley of
-A President and Vice President who preparation includes the keep me from falling on my Starke.
record inflation, with no end in sight?
The government finance to
application of a liming face. They were so nice me,
were forced to resign from office; material where a soil test tutorial assistance was not I wanted to share it with all of Among those named to thePresident's

Is it wonder that people shows it to be needed. available to World War II and List for A's and
-Six General any many
Attorneys B's the
fall
; Korean Conflict veterans but you.When during term were:
have lost faith in at the I went to Mr. Oglesbyand
government Most vegetables beston Henry T. Amis. Vernon
--Five Secretaries of CommerceFour ; grow under the present law, the VA
highest levels..feel let down.and a soil that has a pit between will pay up to $60 a month for asked him why I was Brown, William Edward
Secretaries of Defense; ripped off 5.5 and 6.5 (or slightly acid). such help to a maximum of being railroaded out of my Davis, Gerald C. Dowling, going over them
Secretaries of the The symbol "pH" and the $720. This is an increase from job, he said he didn't know. Charles William Drake, Larry gain there were a couplethai
Four Treasury; How about that for a boss?
figures accompanying it are month at maximum Joe Futrill, Larry Gilbert. sounded "
If the nation is to recover from the $50 a a And Mr. Jockel hasn't good.
Four Secretaries of Labor; blows of Richard Nixon and the shortcomings used to express the degree of payment W5Hast year. The poor his in . . . .
soil acidity.A soil with a pH of tutorial help is not charged had time to get papers . . .- .- -- -- -- -
-Four Secretaries of HEW; and lack of policies of Gerald 7.0 is neutral,while one with a against the veteran's basis: order.)

-Four Secretaries of the Interior Ford, the instability and mismanagement pH of 6.B or below is acid or) educational entitlement.In -Louise, Parmenter A HELPING HANDWe
; "
of two successive Republican administrations "sour, and one with a pll of) Rt. l.StarkeCASTTHANKED
7.1 or above is alkaline or addition to veterans and
-Three Secretaries of HUD.
must be ended. That
tutorial
the
servicemen,
"sweet. are qualified In helping a family to clearup
opportunity will come next November- benefits are available to
Add to this three CIA Directors; at the polls. Proper applications of lime widow's wives and children The Woman's Club of Starke many matter In which most families don't
three FBI Chiefs; four Directors of the made to extremely acid soils studying under the VA would like to thank Richard know about.

Office of Management and Budget; four In this Bicentennial will increase the production of Dependents and Educational Jockel and the entire cast and I. We take the surviving spouse to Social
year why not give most vegetables. The main of the "Okla
Assistance Program. crew play, Security OHIce.
Directors of Energy policy; and who yourself and the rest of the nation some- functions of lime are to reduce homa," for the many hours of
knows how many top White House thing to celebrate- change of administrations soil acidity, to supply Veterans and Servicemen their time given to presentthis 2. We apply for the Veteran's benefit for the

aides; and you have more than (fifty In Washington! nutrients, mainly calcium, to studying at the post- wonderful production.It widow, pension flag grave marker, etc.
the soil, and to bring minor secondary level on at least was enjoyed by approxi- 3. We help families with Insurance form,

...... soil nutrients into usable half-time basis, are eligible if mately 600 people from several which have to be typed and notarized.
form. A well-limed soil helpsto they have a deficiency in a counties and we feel that These are |lust a few of the add.d service
avoid such problems as required in an approved -
pP1t4 BRADFORD.p subject
CbmiligrUjn blossom-end rot of tomatoes program of education. dinner-theatre our county enjoys in having a which we are glad to provide In helping a family
our own
which is related to an In any way we can.
Q inadequate calcium GI Bill students' community to recognize the
supply. Eligible
talent we have here.
4Qt should complete a Veterans
Apply liming materials only Administration appllcatinand )
Our Archer
U Funeral
organization deeply HomeDOYLE
c if a sol k test indicates a need have it certified by the
grateful to each and
C every
> ers for them.
BOB 0 FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER. Your County' institution. The applicationsare member that worked so long M. ARCHER. L.F.D

VD 5 PublBher can Cooperative assist you Extension In having agent available at the college and hard for several months. Lake Butler, Florida

Puoastred each Thursday and entered a*second Class Matter at the Post Office at Slacks Fla. undtr.Act soil_ tested (see you you are attending. Talent does not seem to be the
appropriate
of March 3, 1879.: leaflet for) directions on soil thing that our county is shortof. 496-2008 496-2056
Subscription rale in trade areal *6 per year: t350senynthe.Outerdb testing). Contact your local Veterans Thanks again.
trade ana.: .7 per year': M CO*..months Service Office if you need In- -Mrs. V.J.Spengler Funeral Monument
s' /txjne 964-6306 51......, Fla. Too much lime in the soil formation on Veterans Af President.
be Starke Woman's Club
may
Just as bad as too fairs.

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NeWS --------.--- SENIORcalled CITIZENS 'I
I ommunity ELIZABETH -- --------,
..., .._.__ GIVENS WALKER
Alice Russell Edna Gherkins
'-n\.in'-II Nr ws School REGION T1IHEKTOMEETIIICRK to order at 10 a.m. with This conference will lay the ,
New Bethel Baptist and 10 a.m. Morning Wor- at the University Inn in Greater Allen Chapel AME Joe Kerrigan as presiding groundwork for a permanent Annette Stewart, John Reedy,
Ebenezer Baptist Church Rev. Leroy Davis pastor P.1"Prayer Band 12 noon $7. Sister Willie Mae Britt pastor.Senior Choir rehearsal North Florida counties are program will be Millege Region 3, North Central Flo Joann Myszczak.Our .
Weekly services began at Bible Monday. Prayer Meeting and president. Public invited. each first and third Tuesday expected to attend the Region Murphy and Jane Myers, rida.Our next meeting will be
Bethel with Prayer Meeting i Class combined 5:30: Bible Band meeting 7 p.m. night. Young Adult Choir 3 meeting to be held Tuesday, representing North Central last meeting was attended held at 1 p.m. March 24 at the
and Bible Study Wednesday !pm. Wednesday. Choir Rehearsal Tuesday. Friday Prayer Ser- rehearsal each 2nd and 4th March 2, at the Pratt Street Florida Region 3 Division of by nine visitors and Pratt Street Recreation'I
night. Sunday services begin A 5:30: p.m. Thursday. vice, 7 p.m. Church School, Wednesday night. Church Recreation Center under the Aging; Ellen Griffin of Infor new members Including Center. .J)
with Church School at 9:30.: held business meeting will be 9:30.: Morning Worship at 11. School, 10 a.m. Morning Worship auspices of the North Central mation and Referral Service, Lillian Seals Nick Tassone -Joe KerriganEEE1
Morning Worship at 11. i immediately after MornIng YPWW, 5:30 pm. Evening at 11. Young Adults Choir Florida Coalition of Senior Crisis Center Alachua rrr -. - -.
Ebenezer Baptist Church Worship on Feb. 29. Service, 7 p.m. will sing. All members are Citizens County; Sally Nelson, of
: The Ministers and I C3V0[ (DJ'illtfl1'il(! (] W3[ IB I II
Prayer Meeting and Bible Union Deacons True Church of God (In asked to attend the FellowshipHour Registration will begin at 9 CUBE; Peggy Annette Home-
Study combined, 7:30: p.m. will be held in Old Unity, Elder Sampson White at New Bethel. a.m. and the meeting will be makers Service; and Joyce '
Thursday. ,come.Town. Rev.Visitors always wel- pastor. Prayer Meeting Mon- Riherd, Public Health Service I LIB; oc( QE OO GJ a$ 1 1I
Willie
The contest winner for Miss i Huffman day night 7:30. Terry Service Food: TipsToo nurse.
Ebenezer was Miss Cynthia pastor. each Wednesday night. Fri National and State digni- Ronnie Norman HWY 225 W. LAWTEY
Green. Congratulations! Richard Mt. Zion AME Church, Rev. day night Terry Service and IN MEMORYIn much tenderizer may taries, including Max Fried- I Owner I
Sunday services begin with i Bethel pastor. preaching. Church School 10 loving memory of my make meat mushy or crumbly, son president of the Congressof 782-3956
Church School, 10 Church School, 10 a.m. Worship a.m. Worship Services, 11 husband, Rev. J.C. Cannon, Senior Citizens Organizations -
annual Fellowship a.m.Hours The i Services, 11 a.m. and 3 a.m. and 8 p.m. who departed this life on Feb. mealy and dry. of Florida, will also | Brake Service General! RepairPerformance j II
Anniversary will be held at 3 i p.m.Church First Born Church of the 18, 1974. We are remembering Cheese wedges are address us.State and National
of God In Christ Living God. to let Jesus keep us near the gener- legislation for Work Tune-Ups
p.m. with Rev. W.J, Perry of Friday night ally less immediate
Alachua as speaker. Dinner ]Elder DR. Williams pastor. Terry Service.Church School Cross. We love you, but God expensive than cheese action will be discussed and (I Pricesl
will follow the service. The Hospitality Club is sponsoring 10 a.m. Morning Worship at loved you best. -(signed: ) purchased sliced, cubed or resolutions forwarded to State Speed Equipment at Discount !
All churches are asked to a banquet Friday night 11. Elnora Cannon. grated. legislators and members of 1--------- ....
with Conllr_. _",
cooperate the committeeand ----

the annex.prepare and bring food to -- ..I r r '

Antioch Missionary Baptist -p:11tWlciciE '
Church Rev. Dennis Strong t t
pastor. Prayer Meeting. 7 SO OFF FOOD a 484 II
p.m. Wednesday. Church 39j. (l'lljUn'
School 10! a.m. Sunday. Morn i GALLON I
ing Worship at 11. Evening OFF
Service. 6 p.m. I WITH THIS COUPON AT PANTRY P5105 0..0'41 UIOSIS *50. P1If THIIU I
Ml. IMoriah and WIO Fl. 25.117'. L'MIT.' OP EACH CENTS OPP COUPON WITH A $15005
Pleasant CRISCOSHORTENING Lmf MOR..POOO 011I0111I.TOSACCOSODUCI1ACWOID.
Grove United Methodist -.J

All pastor.Parish members Church Rev.are School Willie invited 9:30.Stitt: to I FAIRSUPERMARKETS :.:.mm r mm_mmr ::::: :::::::::

attend the Fellowship Hour r..ONE DOZEN 1
annual anniversary at Eben- I o
ezer Church 3 p.m. 3 LBCAN I 205!
99 I
Pleasant Grove United EGGS I
Methodist Church. Young
Adult Choir rehearsal 7:30: WITH THI COUPON PANTHY. PKIDI OK O/ SIZE
p m., first and second Monday .ID,Pit.as 1.f..1.1IoI"OP SACS CIWTS OPP COUPON WITH A(7.SO OK 9
Tiny Tot rehearsal Tues MOSS FOOD ORDIR.'TO. CCO PRODUCT IICLUDID. 320 SOUTH WITH.TKIS" COUPON AT PANTRY PU/DI 011 Q/d"O"..WED Fl..IS THNUWUD.
Fl. 25..7...' 01'SACK CENTI OFF COUPON WITH A$7.10 Oil
day night. Wednesday night r L WMmmimmW ....O..OODOIIO.II.TO.ACCOPIIOOUC".CLVO.D.. )
.. .. .. / WALNUT ST.
Prayer Meeting Thursday 2.e. lee - - r -
night Bible Class. Sunday services -

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Baptist Church Rev.
Jasper Williams pastor. Tiny SAv SAVE SAV
Tots rehearsal Monday night. WHOLE SAO 40L1 1D 10,
Tuesday night Prayer Meet. OF SLICED QUARTERSPork
LOTS
ing. Wednesday night Senior BONELESS BEEF
Choir rehearsal. Thursday SMOKEDPICNICS
night Ladies Circle meeting at BOTTOM ROUNDROAST LoinCHOPS
home of Mrs. James Prince.
Story Hour at the church. Fri
day night Junior Choir 3 LEG QUARTERS WITH BACKS
rehearsal. Prayer Band will 3 BREAST QUARTERS WITH BACKS
meet with Mrs.James Prince. 6 TO 8LB 3 WINGS 3 NECKS-.3 GIBLET PKGS.FLORIDA .
Sunday is Trustee Day.
Church School 9:30: ; Morning AVG. a
Worship at 11. Dinners will be U.S. GOVTINSPECTED PREMIUM
sold by Ushers Board No. 2. WATERADDED GRADE OR 3 LBAVG.
Evening Worship 6 p.m. GEORGIASHIPPED
St. Johns :Missionary Bap CORN FED LB LB
tist Church Lawtey. Sunday .

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terian Church. SHOESTRINGPOTATOES DINNER INTENSIVE_ _CAMELOTION_ ] YELLOW .
Surviving are his wife, Ber- BROWNROLLS REMOVERYELLOW .
nadine, of Jacksonville; one I ) EH ROLLS I ONIONS
son. Frank J. Dahmer, and a IN ALUMINUM PAW SIDUTAU S IIMOK
sister, Mrs. Clara Drose both 21OUH fntSN au.o C 3 .
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of Petoskey, Mich; and 1 20ox "QI2
j grandchild! FROZEN 0P .0& LB BAG J
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2 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 18. MVI ... YOU.*Vt
in Hardage-Krause Chapel, LOW."' 'a11 UP TO { COMPARE otm LOW pmcm"tt y" ion w ro'| COMPARE ou."IIIT.uTou."IICOMPARE OU LOW"IVIIIVDAV PNICIS'' UP TO

Park Riverside St., with Funeral Dr. Home James, 517 R MICK FI02IN I i II OVQ I "' J> f\<*I* | rtNTIT MIDI 27u mSTNI OMNtE 711 CAN
Bullock officiating. Intermentwas Cornish Game Hens II 79 t' i Cream rT i : ese / -1 Breakfast Drink 5139| ? i Pantry Pride Shortening $1 19 to

in Oaklawn Cemetery,
Jacksonville. CfNUmt MEN ZUUN'! SHUAHi CUT SHOUUKI A | UNO 0 nun MSOITH III PKI I PANTS PIIK IAN I PINTIf PIIDt 11(1

J. Andrews Sr. Lamb Roast 3cM:F :EN: 69" 30 i Chipped Meats 2/89Q/ '' I Waffle Syrup 7g< ..' I Grape Jam 65" '0'

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Tuesday Funeral services afternoon were held for Fish Sticks M19 i Sliced Bologna 89 c i Hot Cocoa Mix 99' 10''I Grape Jelly OCT ff6. 10'

Johnnie Andrews, Sr., who PtNTIT HIM 1 Its /I1 AVI WESTEM
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morning.Feb. 15, at the North MOUNO 01 PIECES 21 II PItS I nNEUSIESuUICUU'SUCEDlllr'U. ""II.. ION IM NSIANT!

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illness. ALL ITEMS OOOO rTl., .. IB, THRU WED., FEB. 25. 1976. QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED. i
Born in Bradford County,
Mr. Andrews lived all his life
in the Lake Butler area, and 1 1
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ments.
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Mrs. Juanita Johns Andrewsof
Lake Butler: three daughters
Mrs. Iva Harrell of a DETERGENT
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and Mrs. Velma Browning of
Lake Butler; four sons,
Richard. Larry and Bill of
Lake Butler Johnnie Jr. of
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mother, Mrs. Lillie Hollmgs- CAN : 14.5oz 32oz
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1, Block has I Ideal Site Located For LB Dog Pound LAWTEY

17 reasons why -
LAKE BUTLER Councilman the property and also ask that it was not true that Lake The council' asked Fire

you should comet T.S. Thomas, Jr.? at the about the possibility of leasingthe Butler was too small to loin Chief O.B. Dukes to presentthe By Elizabeth Terry
regular monthly meeting of property. the North Central FUVida cost, Itt next month's daughter' M r. and Mra.
to us for incometax the Lake Butler City Councilon Charles Justice, director of Regional Planning Cafflicil. meeting, of purchasing CHURCH ACTIVITIES.! Harley of Bushnell and Mrs. Joseph Starling and David.
Wednesday,Feb. 11, at City the North Central Florida He said Mayor Shaw and communication devices for Church of God,: Sunday Mattie Miley. Mr. and Mrs. John McFallof
help. Hall here, told the other memo Regional Planning Council, other city ornclal would the firemen/to use so that they School 10 a-jn. Worship Ser Mrs. Frank Coss and Miss Columbus, Ind. were Fri-
bers of the council that he and appeared before the council to receive invitations'" the may-toe in touch with the vices 11 a.lrt and 7 pm. Arthurine Blanchard visited day overnight guests of Mr.
Councilman Tommy Spires ask the City of Lake Butler's future meetings of the planning department.Agreed Prayer Meeting Tuesday 7:30: her sister, Miss Enza Blan- and Mrs. Paul Lock and
: have located an ideal site for support on a 208 plan which council. to purchase 700 city p.f ?:'YPE Friday at 7:30: p.m. chard of Macclenny Tuesday family.
f... the much discussed "Dog will allow the state to applyfor Thecouncll declined to take and county maps from the Evergreen Baptist: Sunday afternoon. Major and Mrs. James
Pound" at the county federal water development any action on Justice's proposal Bowden Publications Com- School 10 a.m. Worship Ser Mr. and Mrs. David Johnsonof Dougherty and family, Miss
: operated airport. programs on an area-wide pending a study by the pany in Tallahassee at a cost vices it a.m. and 6:30 p.m. Atlanta and Jacksonvillewere Mrs. Ruth Erma Wilson, and Capt. and
of
"" Thomas explained that he basis. members. of $150. Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Steinhouser, Mrs. Russel Lines of Valdosta,
aria 1 carried three county commis- Justice said the planning 7 p.m.Faith. guests of their cousins, Ga., Mr and Mrs. Hal Hamilton -
aw1G4s.haReason sioners to the site and they council will ask Gov. Askew to Baptist: Radio Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Anders, and Mrs. Mabel Boyette,
have orally agreed to tile pro- designate this area as a 911 Emergency Phone Program over WPXE Starke 8 Wednesday Feb. 4. Mrs. George Breslin and Elizabeth
15. If you should posal. He explained the site is planning region. a.m. Sunday.. Bible School 10 Coleman and Danny of Jacksonville, and'
qualify for the Short Form located in a wooded area off a Mayor Shaw pointed out to Number Set in UnionLAKE a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. Phillips, and Mrs. Bill Bill and Ray Wilson of University -
we II prepare it for you at a graded road near the Jack Justice that it was his under and 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting Gaskins, carried their of Florida, Gainesville
very low price At H& R Crawford and R.L. Mann standing that Lake Butler was PUTLER meetingwas the telephone company has Wednesday 7:30: pm. Bible mother, Mrs. O.J. Phillips, to the weekend with their
Block the simpler the return. property and will be easily too small to become a mem- held of all rescue units in installed two phones in the Study. Miami on Monday to be with spent Col. and Mrs. Win.
the less we charge accessible to the Union Grace United Methodist her sister,Mrs. Roy Highnote. parents,
public. ber of the regional planning County with Sheriff sheriff's office at the court : Wilson. The occasion was to
Mayor John Shaw appointed council. John Whitehead to discuss the house in Lake Butler and two Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Wor- They came home on Wednes- Col. Wilson celebrate his
H&R BLOCK Thomas and Spires as a com- Justice explained that he new emergency telephone phones to be used by the dis- ship Services 11 a.m. and 7 day but Mrs. Phillips birthday.help
mittee to request the property was not seeking any money number 911 that will go in ser patchers at the Union County p.m. Choir Practice 7pm. remained for a longer visit. Hodges, Mark and
THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE in question at the next meet from the City of Lake Butler, vice on Monday,March 1, with and United Methodist Fellow- They buried Mr. Highnote on Hank Henry and his nephew, Ben
118 N. WALNUT ST 9648286 ing of the county commissionand but that he wanted them to the gathering held on Tues- Jail.He said the cost for the ship 8 p.m. Wednesday. Thursday.Mr. went to the Daytona*
OPEN 9.8 MON-SAT ask for an easement on approve the plan. He also said day, Feb. 17, at the Union phones will be between $40 Highland Baptist: Sunday and Mrs. Lynn Boch of Padgett at '
-_. .- --.- --Rr -.- ..-.. County courtroom here. and $50 month. School 10 a.m. Worship Services Jacksonville\ visited their Stock Car Races Daytona'Saturday
:;...-:;:;; ---- Whitehead explained that per 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. mother, Mrs. Daisy Boch, and 1 The only other county near Mrs. Nellie Wil- Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
grandmother
when the number in Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7p.m
goes ser-
and Mrs.
and Mr.
Union that also has the 911 Starling
In. vice all citizens of Union kinson, on Saturday p.m. ,
"/ ,,/Jckernnt. p County need do when they emergency telephone serviceis Northside Baptist: Sunday Mrs. Morris Carter and son, Junior Austin had dinner alp
need an ambulance, report a Alachua County who has School 10 a.m. Worship Services David, and Mike Dobbs attended the Red Lobster Friday evenIng -
I BUILDING had the service for time.A ,
CONTRACTOR fire, or have an some 11 a.m. and. 7pm. the Science Fair at
emergency state law will allcounty's Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Talleyf I
that the sheriff'sdepartments require Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Trinity Academy of Jackson-
requires
Jfaf. C.lifi.J
in the state to have 7 ville Tuesday night where and son of Jacksonville were
assistance is to p.m.
CUSTOM. just dial 911. the 911 emergency phone ser David had a project. Friday overnight guests of"
496-2185 He said that vice in operation by 1979. Mrs. Lois Carter spent a their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
I any non-emer
BUILT COMMERCIAL gency calls for the sheriff's ........ PERSONALS week with her son and daugh- John Tye.Michele. '
HOMES department will require the iricrNlErwIAL Sincere sympathy is ex- ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lee of Jacksonville;/
CONSTRUCTION caller to dial 496-2501. cAUGRa++SO tended to Mrs. O.J. Phillips Denmark and family, and her was a Saturday overnight
real Only and other relatives due to the sister-in-law, Mrs. Agnes Bas- guest of her grandparents,
COUNTRY HOME CENTER LAKE BUTLER. the new emergence num1'Whiteheaa ire to use uWyMNdNM4r death of her brother-in-law, ford, all of Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Pearson
of Miami, who Mrs. James Waters was a
uined that Roy Highnote Mrs. Marian Hall of Jack
-_ c.: passed away Monday Feb. 9. sonville Beach spent a week guest at a Baby Shower for

with her sister, Mrs. Hester her daughter-in-law, Mrs.
Miss Elizabeth Terry was a Hicks. Wilbur Waters at the home of
guest of her sister, Mrs. C.E. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dyal and Mrs. Linda Kay Johns in
Strickland of GainesvilleI daughter, Leonette, and Mr. Starke Friday night.
4 THURS., FRL, I Wednesday to ,Friday. They and Mrs. Hermie Kelly at- Mrs.Jackie Lines, daughterof
visited with her daughters, tended the Rex Humbard Col. and Mrs. Wm. Wilson,
SAT." HON. .. Mrs.Joe Bason and Mrs. Par- Rally at the Civic Auditoriumin was crowned the First Annual
t WHY PAYMORE celluzzi on Thursday. Mrs. Jacksonville Wednesday Beta Sigma Phi Sweetheart by
4 j Woods Wester was their night. the Mayor Gil Harbin of Valdosta -
155 W. Call
dinner guest on Thursday Friends of Mrs. Hubbard Ga. It was in conjunction -
evening. Mrs. Strickland and Harley regret to learn that she with Lowndes County
StreetStarke ? her granddaughter, Miss is back in the hospital at Lees- Heart Association and Beta
Sarah Strickland, brought burg. Sigma Phi City Council.
Miss Terry home on Friday Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly Another daughter of the Wil
afternoon. visited their brotherinlawand sons Mrs. Del Dougherty, is
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne sister, Mr and Mrs. A.P. president of the City Council,
Massey and daughters spent Hallman of Keystone Heights, and was chairman of the Ball.
the weekend with their Saturday afternoon. All the volunteer workers
RED & HOT parents Mr. and Mrs. H.C. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Casey and families of the Fire
and family of Starke were Department, enjoyed a covered
'I b Sunday dinner guests of their fish supper at the fire

"SUPER TUB" SALE parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred house on Saturday night.
M1 J Moore. The occasion was to Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hardee
help Mrs. Casey celebrate her gave a family birthday party
birthday. Saturday for their son Steve,
TOP PLASTICS
OF QUALITY
Everitt Hall of Jacksonville on his 2nd birthday. Present
spent Sunday afternoon with were Mr. and Mrs. Cecil
HEAVY DUTY-UNBREAKABLE-DURABLE his brother and sister-in-law, Hardee and Denese Mr. and
1 t Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellan. Mrs. Fred Carter and son,
Jeff Davis of Virginia Faron, and daughter, Mrs.
i I Beach Va. is spending a few Alicia Chesser of Maxville.
Ask
days with his niece, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Norman.
Lt Myra Rafuse. Glen Taylor, son of Mr. and
Charley Jimmy Eunice of Atlanta Mrs. Ricky Taylor. They
J Ga. visited his uncle and aunt, served ice cream and cake.
p E. K,. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt, ., Mrs. Blanche Phillips of
Saturday afternoon. ''Other'* Wayneavill, N.C.and her
I guests were grandsons cousin.. Mrs. Inez Bell also of
Johns
r c' Tommy Harper and son of N.C., arrived here Tuesday
H/ 11 QT. PLASTiQ r Starke on Sunday afternoon. morning and plan to spend
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hodgesand some time at her home here.
DISH PAN 97.c About This Question: family were hosts for a Their weather in North Carolina' -
.
f im Hi. M.11 "We are stocking: our family birthday party on Friday has been close to zero and
/(11( 1/ store heavily for the night for Sarah Hodges, they were glad to find warmer

UQT.nAJTlCWASTEBASXET Christmas season Donna Padgett,Angie Glance, weather here.
I Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs
Wayne Crews and Joey
J ahead. We need
full fire
I 12 QT. FUSTICPAIL k ; Crews. Those present were visited their sick brother Ode
I 1k. insurance protection Mrs. Annie Mae Crews, Mr. Dobbs of Lake Butler Satur-
SPEcIIAi. I ; MB < against business interruption afternoon.
c 9 and Mrs. Jerry Glance and day
PURCHASE SALE! ., 97 urn n.n .a 1 liability cover- family of Palatka Mr. and Friends of Mrs Louise
for customer Mrs. Markalee Padgett and Rosier will regret to learn that
DIES MISSESSUBLISTATIC 1I..11, age inJur-
< i
she is in Bradford
family of Maxville Mr. and a patient
ies theft insurance ...
PRINT KNIT ;-' t :, '+ \', Mrs. Wayne Crews and County Hospital. Our prayersare
: HI fill the
>> can your agency family, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry with her.
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TOPS i. ,: aoo aolaooooI bill. Fishburn and family, Mrs. Mrs. Cora Hodges of

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Ey.calc'"ngmuIIlCoor.' i Charley Tammie and Charlie Padgett. Leslie Sweat of Glen St. Mary
ed print: choose from served and spent Saturday of last week
cake
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100%antron nylon' Machine Mrs. Carolyn Holmes and Hicks. Other guests were their
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Six Years In U.S. Senate Give Chiles 'Vantage; Point'


U.S. Sen. Lawton Chiles, D- fists on "higher ground," but removed from the appropriations He pointed out that he does know, until it comes to the )
Fla.? at a gathering of sup- when questioned what that bill. not agree with those who wanta floor, or what long range
porters at the Garden Restau- meant said "I just don't The Lakeland native said balanced budget every year. funds are available for Title
rant In Starke on Thursday, know." any United States aid to the "I don't think it Is sound. We One as I am not on the educa- 1
Feb. 12, said that Angola is Chiles stated that he voted warring factions in Angola should be balancing the bud tion committee."
"not an area we have to confront for stripping covert aid to "ought to be direct" followingopen get over a five to ten year He arrived at the meeting
communism in"and that Angola out of the military and appropriate national period of time," Chiles said. approximately 45 minutes late
African conflict is "a nation- appropriation bill recently debate setting a limit on the He said that in some periods of as his plane was delayed from
alistic fight, not one of com signed by President Gerald R. type and extent of U.S. in economic instability it mightbe another campaign stop by
munism versus AmericanIsm. Ford. volvement. better for the governmentto mid-morning ground fog in St.
"
"It's not covert an? more, "Whoever wins is going to help stimulate the Petersburg.Prior .
Chiles indicated he preferred it's in all the papers/' Chiles kick out any European or economy. to his speech to the qnk '
.
to meet the Commu said about the $22 million western nation involved Bradford County School gathering of some 40 people >I
there," Chiles said. "It's just Supt. Richard Jockel and the walking senator grabbed a ',.", I It'
tragic both sides were armed Gladys Thomas, president of quick bite of some sandwichesand .'..'' r.
AUTO with more sophisticated wea- the Bradford Teachers Asso- iced tea. .
'aJIDaJOO0 pons because if they hadn't ciation each thanked Sen. During his appearance in "
been it might have been Chiles for voting to override Starke, and apparently for all
1413-4470 473-4078 SALES quicker." President Ford's veto of the his casual campaign visits,
Chiles at the outset of his education bill several months Chiles was arrayed In his
Starke appearance said that scuffed walking boots, khaki
16 DATSUN PICKUP 15 CHEV. after his almost six years he ago.Jockel asked about the pants,blue work shirt,and tie.
Fire engine red, 3,000 Custom pickup, AITPIS, has gained a "vantage point" future of the federally funded For Thursday's visit the sena-
miles, 4 speed. Just new PIB, white 8 blue, Nice and learned how the system title one programs. tor added a sweater. The I '
works. Chiles replied, "I don't "uniform" was made famoussix r 3 a
truck years ago when Chiles, 1r
$3695 $3850 UC Building Inspector Applicants then a member of the Florida
senate, waged a successful
14 CHEV. 14 PLY SCAMP campaign to identify himself it', Ii
Interviewed Committeedation with the working people by
PIck-up, white automatic, Yellow, auto, air and Being By walking the state clad in Ill W fir h

Like new, 6 cyl power steering, clean car boots, khaki pants and blue ,;
to the board. Mettenzwi I
action
LAKE BUTLER No shirt.
$2550 was taken by the Union said that the committee has ( ,y4 y4U.S.
$3150 County Construction Industryand not quite finished interviewingall the Old 122e4 l. b- l
Licensing Board to hire a the candidates. He said
13 CHEV LAGUNA 13 GRAND PRIXBlueamtm new building inspector at a when interviews are finished,
of the boardon a special meeting will be t)
swivel seats, Tape deck tilt wheel, special meeting
AIC, P/B" steering elect. window, rally Tuesday, Feb. 17. here. called to make a report to the rr
balance of the
wheels. Sharp car The board has received five board most
console ready to go applications for the position likely the end of next week.
$2800 53150 from R.T. Anderson H.R. The board accepted 29
Haverty, J.T. Parrish, CurtisG. applications to be granted ffl \bUt IIc34 .
.Clemons and C.C. Clemons. licenses under a grandfatherclause Senator Lawton Chiles talk. to Guy Andrews! and Bradford (Cmintv Jiid|>i> Kl/le S. '
13 COURIER 73 OLDS 98 Those applying for the position which will keep them "After all Is said and done, Sunders at a meeting at the Garden Restaurant on Thursday Feb. I 12. i:
PICKUP Luxury sedan, elec. seat will replace Sam Walsonwho from taking a special test in more Is said than done."
order to get a license in Union
was fired by the board
AT., AC., Low Mileage windows, stereo, low County.
last month. Cason Appealing Court Ruling On Teacher DayCounty I
$2250 Mlleage53250 Chairman Dick Pernini They accepted the license
appointed a committee of applications and recom-
Garnett Dukes and F.L. Met- mended that the licenses be LAKE BUTLER Court involvement is apparently not over, judgment in the case brought Through attorney Sells! ;,
12 V.W. BUG 72 FORD tenzwi to interview the appli- granted by the board secre- with the question orteachers' with Superintendent James against him by the Union Goldin Cason filed an appealto '
cants and make a recommen- tary effective Feb. 18. work day in Union Cason seeking an appellate County School Board.Carlton'sTV the declaratory judgmentby
Pickup va Circuit Court Judge JohnA
White, Good Condition - - - -- - - - - -
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Short wheel base -- H Murphree which staled
that the board could legally ;
$1895 f995 Come And Join Us As We Study alter the length of teachers' .

work day without following!
"THE DOCTRINE guidelines of the Administrative -

CAMARO Sales & Service Procedures Act lAPAi i
72 TOYOTA Gold Power Steering, OF GOD" Cason told the board at its {i
4 Speed Brakes Automatic and Air Feb. 10 meeting that the judgment
50 East Main Street, Lake Butler
left cloud the
Sharp Looking a over
In Our Bible Doctrine Lectures Each
Phone 496-2917 policy manual of the school
$1595 $2395 Mon 7:30: P.M. In A Classroom Facing board and he is seeking clarification
We Service All Makes And ModelsOf on which policies
301 At BHS could be altered without following -
11 INTERNATIONAL 71 TOYOTA TV's the APA.Murphree .
SUCH QUESTIONS AS ruled that the
1 Ton, 4-Speed, Dual Specialized Antenna Systems board could alter the length of
Wheels, v-e, Tool Boxes Red, 4 speed 8 air Does God Know Everything ? Nil teachers'day through internal
management procedures.Cason .
51695 $1095 Does He Ever Change His Mind? COBRA said he was looking to
the courts to set forth which
Does Anything Happen That Isn't His Will ? RadiosSPECAL policies in the school system
1974 HONDA 360 CB 795" CB fell within internal management -
Are Being Studied & Answered From The Bible By Lecturer and which external
1976 HONDA 200 CB '895" management involving the

2 Weeks old. 425 Miles Dr. W.R. ( Bobby) Crews / APA.Under. the APA' shortening .:

\ BUY THE PAIR $149500 *" Each Good Used Black/White of teachers'day by a half h iur- '.
Hear Sun. On Bible
Dr. Crews Study Time would have required adver

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS WAPE 690/KC 8:30: A.M. Open 8o-5:3o: : Monday Saturday 1? tisement of the change and a
public hearing before the
WMBR 600/KC 9:30: A.M. Closed All Day Thursday change could be imph'mented.a .
I 473-4470 & 473-4078 WRUF 850/KC 8.00 A.M. process that would have
taken about 34 days Cason

said.When
the matter came
before the board in September -
1 DAY ONLY! SARKEFRIDAY members said they
did not want to change the
HOTEL-MOTEL QUALITY board policy of an B-4 work
HOLIDAY INN
HOLIDAY INN day. They said the policy
should remain in effect as
teachers would be asked to
stay on occasion by the princi
U.S. 301 N.
9:00: A.M.-9:00: P.M. pals. They voted to allow
teachers to leave school
grounds at 3:30: daily except
.( ( < i.il prtrt s ftMturrd in this BEDDING SELLOUT when asked to stay by principals -
n.it w.fim.if't1' possible hrr.iijst"iMM *- until 4 p.m.
| Irrmrmtou, tiiiMtitH"| .*( The suit filed by board -
members Pam Thomas.
I Ressie Griffis and Donald

ALL NEW BEDDING ALL NEW BFDDING Dukes blocked the states implementation that Cason of

board action by advising
teachers in a memo to stay
until 4 p.m. until the board
legally changed the workday
C under the APA.
The board refused on sev-
:
-J-Piiiw. i eral occasions to afford attorney -
expenses for Cason in the
KING SIZE civil suit expenses which

MATTRESS S FIRMMATTRESS have now mounted to $875.
Cason said. Court action cost
or FOUNDATION the board$97 in attorney fees,
according to board counsel
J12 COIL RATING 4 or FOUNDATION tam'II Wayne Carroll.
Cason's attorney Goldin
4M COILS rII argued in the suit that the
action taken by the board was
: -
Itul
: 1:3 not only 'in violation of the
a m APA the' decision to sue
UUSTMnMMT Cason for a court decision was
made III a secret meeting In
KXDiNirrs
'I' : violation of the Government in
II1c' the Sunshine Law.
FRAMES SUPERQUEEN Murphree ruled Jan. 12 that
AVAILABLE the action taken by the board
was legal and binding and

tUSTMimONLY FOR 4 WAYS TO BUYI SIZE instructed carry the out superintendentto the board


THE BEOOIN6 OFFERED IN THIS CASH CHECK decision.Appeal of the ruling was
filed Feb. 11.
Wednesday
SALE IS NOT TO IE COIFUSEDIJTHBEDDIiCOFTHEHOLIDAY : SLEEPERSHttCUUW
,L'"j .
I BC Courthouse
HOLIDAY HttCUUW COVERS

INN, IIC. .IElE THE SAlE IS / SALE HOURS: Draws Praise

BEIN6 CONDUCTED. / I 1. From Judges
1 $1 ggoo
THIS IS HOT A COliC OUT 1 DAY ONLYFRIDAY ; Bradford County Judge

OF BUSINESS SALE Elzie S. Sanders said that he
A
e Mto conducted byHotttMotri k i' I I i has received letters from Dis-
trict Court of Appeals Judges
Liquidator Bob Smith and JudgeGuyte P.
ofUkttend McCord, Jr., praising the
'fF--pr 9:00: A.M. Bradford County Courthouse
S23W. Memorial Blvd..
as one of the best in the mate.
Sander said that he feels

9:00: P.M. Brii( yoir car,trick, er trslisr. Ws should Bradford know County how other citizens judges

will load ni secin 'iiir pirciisi.. feel about the beautiful Courthouse -

February 20 Free raps, II chrll& fir The in First Starke.District Twirl of

loadiif. DelivtryaTailaHi.STARKE Appeals held twi .u'>s of
hearings on apper! .a_ of
criminal and civil ,i.s.'! The
s NO judge* heard argument*from i
PHONECALLS attw't .s for hot: .ides ofcni a :
; J then will Issue a 1
HOLIDAY INN, :
*
HOLIDAY f -' studying the
INN
S. 301 N. PLEASE


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Page'14 TELEGRAPH 1'ebruary19.l9ieLegaala


Mistrial Declared Monday In Resisting Arrest Case Of John Howard BatesA


IN THE THE EIGHTH CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COURT CIR OF NOTICE REGISTER OF INTENTIONTO mistrial was declared In Roberts testified that while problem that prevents him written plea of not guilty to grand larceny. Judge Green allowed to change his plea to

CUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FICTITIOUS NAME the case of John Howard enroute to the Bradford from bending his right knee Introduction of contraband placed him on probation for guilty to grand larceny Judge
FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. Pursuant to Section 86609 Bates.38, of Lawtey who stood County Jail to administer a back only so far. into a state prison. His trial three years and ordered Clarkto Green ordered a pre-sentence
Florida Statutes, notice Is here- trial Monday, Feb 16, in Circuit breathalyzer test that Bates, The state was representedby has been set for Monday. pay a fine of $250. Investigation with a second
CASE NO.76-3 by given that the undersignedLouis Court here for resisting according to Roberts, lungedat State Attorney Gene Whit- March 29, at 9:30: a.m. -Paul Noe was placed on charge of burglary of a structure -
Brodsky P.O. Box 216, arrest with violence.A him and pinned him againstthe worth. Assistant Slate Attorney -Joseph Cecil Walker pled probation by Judge Green for dropped by the state.
door of the Tom Elwell of Gaines- guilty to a charge of one Noe was convictedby
DEPARTMENT OF OFFENDER Hampton Bradford County, five woman, one man jury patrol car. He escape. year.
REHABILITATION of the Stateof Florida 32044, doing business deliberated 3 hours 45 minutes indicated that Lt. Glen A. ville, assisted when Whit- His trial was set for March 29 a Bradford County Circuit
under the firm name "COUN before Judge Elzie Moore of the Bradford County worth had to leave to go to at 9:30 a.mEugene. Court jury last November and
Florida an Agency and public: 216 Sheriffs and Gainesville to present some Nasworthy entered was ordered by Judge Greento 1m&tI
body of the State of TRY SIDE MOTORS", Box Sanders called the jury back Department 1he oct
corporate
Florida acting on behalf of the Hampton, Bradford County, into the courtroom where it Starke Police Lt. M.L. Sibley matters to an Alachua County a written plea of not pay $100 to the victim Cecil

Trustees of the Internal Improvement Florida 32044, intends to register was announced the jury was helped pull Bates out of the grand jury. guilty to burglary of a structure Pressley.
Trust Fund, said fictitious name under the unable to reach a decision. car when he pulled up near the The charge of DWI was and his trial was set for The state announced that it
provisions of aforesaid statute. Judge Sanders, sitting as a dropped by the state accord- March 29 at 9:30: a.m. was dropping charges of ( I

Petitioner -va- Louis Brodsky, sole owner. circuit judge, declared a mistrial jail.Bates denied butting ing to records in the clerk's -Edward Eugene Holder escape against Harold

CHURCH T. W. TATUM; Dated this 14th day of The trial began at 9 a.m. Roberts with his head, indicating office at the courthouse changed his plea to guilty of Hubbard.
;MAE MOORE and January, A.D? 1976 at Starke, Monday with the mistrial that he accidentally because Bates was not tried automobile theft. Judge R.A. -Cecil ,Alvin Tyler was "
CHARLIE ; Ronda lost his balance and accidentally within 90 days of his arrest, Green, Jr. ordered a pre-sen- allowed to plead no contest to ;J\ 1.ilMl/h1: .:
declared at 7:30
JOHN S. EVANS Defendants.SUMMONSTO being : p.m. RI1 ""'\ ". .. ,.... "' .::
A ::
1/:29/: 4tchhg 219NOTICE The state called TrooperD.C. fell against the under the speedy trial law. tence investigation before he a charge ot grand larceny.
SHOW -- --------- Roberts who told of trooper. Bates was arrested last hands down a sentence pre-sentence Investigationwas "Anyone who has the timeto
month along with 11 other -Wiley James Clark ordered. A second chargeof
CAUSE AND NOTICEOF stopping Bates about 11:35: Defense attorney Sigsbee look for a four-leaf clover
OF INTENTIONTO
EMINENT .m. on Sept 15. He testified Scruggs of Gainesville people on a reputed car theft changed his plea to guilty of burglary of a structure was "
p find
needs to one.
(MAIN PROCEEDINGS REGISTER that Bates appeared to have brought out that Bates was ring in which automobiles breaking and entering with dropped by the state.
FICTITIOUS NAME been drunk, and placed him severely injured in an acci- were stolen from the Bart intent to commit a felony, -Lester Lamar Olive was
Pursuant to Section 865.09Florida dent in Bradford County in Starr Agency in Birmingham, ..
IN THE NAME OF THE STATEOF Statutes, notice is hereby under arrest for driving while -
FLORIDATO that the under the influence of alco- 1971 that required his hip Ala. and brought to Florida
given undersignedAllen holic beverages. bring operated on after the where they were distributed. JIMMIE ARNOLD "MISTER AUCTIONEER"
E. Taylor Rt. 1 Box 198
,
Sixteen vehicles
ALL IT MAY CONCERN: Bradford Roberts said (that Bates mishap.It were recov- [Established 1962]
Lawtey, County
i
tried to strike him while was brought out that ered by the FBI in the case. '
Florida 32058, doing business In other court I'' PROfetslonal) Free Lane
the Bates could hardly bend his activity:
AND TO: standing next to patrol
under the firm of "BRAD-
((1))The following persons and FORD TIRE SALES"name, Rt. 1, Box car. Roberts also said that he right leg and has a circulation -Ronald Bruneau entered ,a AUCTIONEER ft LIQUIDATOR

parties who are residents of the 198, Lawtey, Bradford County, knocked Bales to the ground. """IiI'SWARM.flG "Have Gavel; Will Travel-

State of Florida, whose names Florida 32058, intends to register Bates testified in his own
and places of residence are set said fictitious name under the behalf, said that the trooper + 1""ERMa-res Z
;
forth as far as ascertainable by provisions of aforesaid statute struck him on the right leg Now Available in Your Area to Conduct PUBLIC

diligent search: Allen E. Taylor, sole owner. with his flashlight and (They Look A Lot Like Ants With Wings) AUCTIONS & LIQUIDATION SALES, on your premises or elsewhere, of
111)Church address unknown. Dated this 28th of knocked him down
day ESTATES, BANKRUPTCIES, ANTIQUES Objects d'art Business Stock
((2)) T.W. Tatum, Route One, The stale also called
January. A.D., 1976, at Starke,
Box 32, Lawtey Florida 32068 Florida. Trooper KG. Etheridge who If You're Not Sure. CaD USLOIIDA Reductions complete "Going-Out-Of-Buslness" Sales Factory Close-

((3)) Mrs. Charlie Mae Moore, 1/29 4tp) 2/19 testified that he arrived in Outs, and any-other PERSONAL PROPERTY.

Post Office Box 173, Lawtey, -------------- time to see Roberts standing
Florida 32068 over Bates and ;t.
warning ,. JImmie Arnold-Phone 904/473-2403 .
((4))John S. Evans, Post Office NOTICE OFAPPLICATION Robert Bates, his brother, not PHONE 964.5745
EST Box 253 Lake Geneva Fla. 32660
Box 69 3449. Miami, Florida FOR to interfere. Etheridge helped ..- ,
33169. TAX DEED handcoff Bates and place him FREE INSPECTION .

((2)) The unknown assigns, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, in the front seat of the patrol DIAGNOSIS & ESTIMATE Ora There is NO substitute for a Public Auction Sale to Liquidate Personal

successors in interest trustees that W,R. Alderman, the holderof ,jStchg 2/19.1/tll Property info INSTANT CASH I
or any other parties claiming by, the following certificates has

through or against the above filed said certificates for a tax car.Legals .

named individuals or organization deed to be issued thereon. The ft't fat... EIaGLE .- !!!!!
whether existing or certificate numbers and years of oticwamaAM ..

dissolved. issuance, the description of the NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO THAN seta MVtriHMBM AT scat _
((31 And all 64 V -- ---
against persons property, and the names in REGISTER C HMIMwfcy .
and parties claiming or having which it was assessed are as FICTITIOUS NAME "".. ? ftktl '. '
,
and interest claim ,
or as owners follows: Pursuant to Section 865.09Florida
mortgagees Judgment creditorsor Certificate No. 67 Statutes, Notice is
lienrtotderj: of, upon or Year of Issuance, 1971.
hereby given that the under-
against the parcel of land Description of Property: N 30'
signed PAUL C. NUGENT JR.,
described in the Petition n Brad- of Lot 4of81k18inLTFtCOS Post Office Box 303. Hampton, .,tt,1Il.,1S!
.
ford County, Florida SID Sec 28, TWP-6-S, R22. Bradford County. Florida,
The Florida of
Department Name in which assessed: 32044 doing business under the
Offender Rehabilitation has filed
Maybell Powell Est. c/o Ruth firm name Of "T-n.E ELEC-
a Petition in Eminent Domain Cohen TRIC," Post Office Box 303,
proceedings against you seekingto All of said property being in Hampton, Bradford County, OHSAtf THURSDAY. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY!

condemn for public purposesthe the County of Bradford State of Florida, 32044, intends to register -
fee simple title to the parcel Florida. --
said fictitious name under the
described below located in Unless such certificate or
provisions of aforesaid Statute '
Bradford County, Florida: certificates shall be redeemed Paul C. Nugent sole owner. -I.
South Sixty-Five ((65)) feet of according to law the property \
Dated this 9th day of February
North Two Hundred Sixty ((260)) described in such certificate or A.D. 1976 at Hampton : HEX: WHY SPEND $11
feet of East Four Hundred Thirty certificates will be sold to the Florida. FOR THESE FAMOUS
((430)(}) feet of SE'/ of SWV4 of ,
bidder at the court -
highest /s/ Paul C. Nugent,Jr wAS s.ve DOUBLE KNIT
NEw\ Except East Thirty-Five house door on the 16th day of 2/12 4tchg 34NOTICE .JJ.tJt z,
((35))feet Section 26, Township March 1976. POLYESTER SLACKS
-------------- I .
.
South Range 22 East, Bradford Dated this 9th day of February KWIIMVM11" SELF.TKI .'
County, Florida, containing 0.64 1976. OF INTENTIONTO VINYL NUTICTS,
acres more or less. REGISTER KCIUTU. ..j.rAr '. 1
You and each of you are commanded By: Gilbert. Brown, FICTITIOUS NAME ut au.a / / i i 6

to file written defensesto Clerk of Circuit C u/t\ Pursuant .to Section 86509
the Petition in the office of the of Bradford County, Fla Florida Statutes, notice is hereby wAS SAVE yy,
Clerk of the Grout Court in and
2/12 3/4 that the v.tJf
4tchg given undersigned !tx
lima Mhrt K tin pin
for Bradford Florida In
County ,
.
------------- Joyce Barton and Olden W. MINI M
the City of Starke Bradford Barton, Rt. 2, Box 462-N, Melrose lUll Mm MTV 11W-,. t, O$ -H'\1\ [lilt .M,..,cwrtm -
County, Florida, on or before the NOTICE OFAPPLICATION Bradford County, Florida, KTD'En..nl II'. .'. WAS SAVe kr R 5 1 hi tout! iBLLnvNatatkhtstr" "

23rd day of February. 1976, and FOR 32666, doing business under the 24X2iw DISCOUNT MICE WAS Z/M3 INI hflt a till..... mer
to serve your written defenses TAX DEED firm name of "JOYCE'S Nest knkf. SiMs'.4 M''.
upon the Attorney for the NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, TACKLE," Rt 2, Box 462-N, am+ rn?. HIM vim m MMEIS Btrif1111Tfund I .tea b Urn 3W2.
Department of Offender Re- that W.R. Alderman, the holderof Melrose, Bradford MUSS u*spilt sawnstrpstirctttM
County, ""
"' '"
habilitation on or before that the following certificates has Florida, 32091, Intends to lnslsa ) k
date which defenses shaH show filed said certificates for a tax register said fictitious name luMMptiitt.nlMi.ULULCMMI

what right title or interest you deed to be issued thereon. The under the provisions of aforesaid
or any of you, have or claim in certificate numbers and years of statute

and to any of the aoove-de-: issuance, the description of the Joyce Barton and Olden W.

scnbed parcel and show cause property, and the names in Barton, owners
why it should not be taken for which it was assessed as Dated this 19th day of February

the uses and purposes set forthin follows: A.D. 1976 at Starke, ... ,
i the Petition or default may be Certificate No. 60. Florida WAS SAY( t

entered against you. Year of Issuance 1968. 2/194tp/ 311NOTICE/ w..s J.w ... Ii'VUt i11R 11'K
WITNESS MY HAND Clerk Description of Property: 1 Lot lID SAVaZix
of the Circuit Court in end for 20875 Sq Lying in SW Cor of -------------- f rtrru, i .1 n.SMMfU 2 $1 /'

Bradford County Florida and NWVi of SW\% Sec: 18, TWP, OF INTENTIONTO --u. nra runs w M fun WIlL 4/

the seal of the Court on 6th day S, R-22. w REGISTER ." MUM sue mm. DISCOUNT MICt WAS JAM! t

of Jan., at Starke, Florida Name In which assessed: FICTITIOUS NAME mr*MSMMS UMmSTUTMSMH
Jessee TysonAll Pursuant to Section 865.09 /
Gilbert S. Brown of said property being in Florida Statutes notice is vUn .
Dark of the above- the County of Bradford, State of hereby given that the undersigned 11% SAVE 11%

styled Court Florida Rose Mane White, Rt.

By.: Marian McRae Unless such certificate or 15, Box 303-B Mexville, Florida, 1 2R$3 $2
Deputy Clerk certificates shall be redeemed 32204, doing business under the I $ I

215 4tchg 2126: t,. according to law the property firm name of "THE BARKING I DISCOUNT MICI WAS 2 *33MrvswMnsurm DISCOUNT ""MIC WAS 24*
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described in such certificate orcertlf"lC81es "
LOT 404 West Madison
t UTS' JCU .JAMMIUMJM
NOTICE will be sold to the !
Street Starke Bradford
I will nuuLT-smns MTTM KIM
not be responsible for
any debts made highest bidder at the courthouse County. Florida, 32091, intendsto UrSMMTMTYmm Rs. tmrHi tMtM tfrt I is ...I tttcM M Lr tKtltfvunn.it
by anyone other door M MUSS Its
on the 16th day of N
than myself Request drivers register said fictitious name UN plfSlta, LIU. II asap IItIIII a1. "Il(
license March 1976. under the provisions of aforesaid tu
for ID Dated this 9th day of feb- statute. I
-Hervy Floyd! ParrISh ,
ruary, 1976. sQ
Rose Marie White, sole
2/5 4tp 2/26
owner.
--:------ By: Gilbert S. Brown,
--
--- Dated this 19th day of I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Clerk Circuit Court of February, A D. 1976 at Starke,
EIGHTH JUDICIAL Bradford County, Ra Florida.
CIRCUIT Of
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FLORIDA IN AND FOR 2/124tchg 3/4 2/194tp3/11 T fix" tT

; BRADFORD COUNTY I
-------------- unwuinmnsni I ,
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mm M MM*, i u.
FILE NO.76-5-CP IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF WAS ,

(12391)( ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IJJil 1.if+ 56.11x SAVe _AVtnn '
aTtaLTeTI11
FLORIDA. EIGHTH JUDICIAL IN AND FOR BRADFORD

IN RE: ESTATE OF PEARL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BRAD- COUNTY FLORIDA. il/N4 SIl f1M ''.'.' .
.
.
BURNHAM
EDWARDS FORD COUNTY. FML UHISrtM, ,
sArE T.n ru1E hLas avE21'
Deceased CIVIL ACTION CASE NO.7644IN

CASE NO.7636In RE: The marriage of WILLIE
NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo TOMPKINS Husband, and IyJ $5 $14 '$3
all creditors and all persons Re The marriage of DANIEL( SYBIL RAE NOBLES TOMPKINS -

having claims or demands JAMES BROSNAN Husband Wife. L DISCOUNT MICI' WAS VtTMMM DISCOUNT MICI WAS UM DISCOUNT HHCt. WAS 1M

against said estate and JULIE PHILBIN BROSNAN, SMBO HOTS Mrs V/WK SMCSVrnSTULTMS IWI'.IIIIZY NPIMI
You and each of you, are Wife NOTICE OF ACTION MIN[ rUTW1VM.UMMTIASUT Nutt lAD UIUU surwsMiirMM9IJM

hereby notified and required to To: M M IT. mmustn. a utw* M MM mtoUm. CM*** alt II.IMkMMl c.ItIt tu1.u4 asp glut
present any claims and demands NOTICE OF SUIT Sybil Rae Nobles Tompkms ; a SAVI SINs Ml eta.Mall. .+. it vakrMl. .Wet 1-12.
which you.or either of you. may ToJulie: Philbin Brosnan Residence Unknown y 1 1 fix

have against the estate of 12 Hazel Avenue YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an anMtl
11 n. tuuiM nmmnUTUMLTtf
PEARL BURNHAM EDWARDS ]
South Farmingdale action for dissolution of 1
.
MUMS.uuMMuan
deceased, to the Judge of t tt. Long land N.Y. 11735: ) marriage has been filed and you ......
.....
said Court in the Courthouse
K
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a are required to serve a copy of l
,I Starke, Bradford County Petition for Dissolution of your written defenses, if any, to f
Florida, Within four months from Marriage has been filed against it on petitioner's, attorney, U. us* Fill ER MSIS,
the date of the first publication you, and you are required to whose name and address is "TinmiSJYI22X
, of this notice of MYRON C. PREVATT JR..
serve a copy your Answer or w".It
I Each darn or demand must pleading to the Petition on thePetitioner' P.O. Box 634 Keystone 1u rr M4Mn
I be In canting and must state the
attorney, C. Heights. Florida 32666, on or
place of residence and poet- VALENTINE BATES 726 NW before March 16, 1976 and file PL1SI

office address of the claimant 8th Avenue, Suite B, Gainesville the original with the clerk of this
and must i be sworn to by the Florida, and file the original court either before service anpetltioner's I.
claimant, hrs agent, or h. attorney answer or pleading in the office attorney or immediately -
or it wit become; void of the Clerk of the Circuit Court thereafter; otherwisea $A 11x *Al1116 _

according to law. on or before the 9th day of judgment will be entered for MOTW

Each creditor thai deliver sufficient March, 1976 If you fail to do so, the relief demanded In the peti it11 SXHUMUMUTMt *4' ..$2
of his claim toenable .1
copies judgment by default will, be tion.WITNESS N/II NM'.
the Court to mail one to. taken against you for the relief my hand and the 1M"II (IIaI N S). Mare.. DISCOUNT MICI WAI.MT aICWM P.CI wA.2M DIICOUNT PIIICI w".JMwU
each personal representative. demanded in the Petition seal of this Court on this 16th ."
Dated 7 January A.D. 1978 DONE AND ORDERED at day of February. 1916.GILBERT. IAVi UTPftrrmirrcutt.OMVCUUJMMM' .sin*mmmun wMortrnpn SMCS
Starke, Bradford County JHd; _.n rvui sawn* MVJHTIMMMJMm
-r--.I.. .. IaYe sst fvst alsI I....
.
Robert Franklin Patch LIt aelella Baal aRk
As Executor of the Florida 1976 this 6th day of February, Clerk of the BROWNAs Court Wo.. tipd. .HIM... UL U.M*. hsq.falls'Sa1rL I..lt. Sassy suet Thn lit

Last WIll &Testament of Gilbert. Browr, By: Marian McRaeAs
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Pearl Burnham Edwards, By: Marian McRae, Deputy Deputy Clerk EAGLE THE CONVENIENT 1312 We Madison St. Pack Keg. & Kings 100'8" .. ,

o.c-ed 2/12 4tchg 3/4 FAMIIV 'DISC OUNT STORES 47* $444 MM, ( ..
2/5 4tchg 2/26 I ------------ Op r> rt ilv 9 til 9 Sunrioy til f> 964J513
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ceremonies for CLASSIFIED Al> RATES "1 '" 1 P""" -., ;, Floriland

the new sanctuary of the PERSONALSERVICE r FOR SALE )11 HOUSES FOR SALE Roalty I
Dmdllne 393 N. Temple Ave.
Eliam for Insertion
Baptist Church in Mel- h. I wr r
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will be Tuesday Noon 2 Fum. House Yk
rose conducted Sunday preceding BR on acre I '
Real Facts rwiUtJJ arpn
February 22, at 2:30: p.m. Thursday before' publication. SEWING MACHINE REPAIRS: FOR SALE: Mobil home lots Near Sampson Lake._ 13EOO.. )
The 9,0(10 square foot sanc- All makes. United Wholesale, $95 down. Few lots still avail- FOR SAl; &V Owner 3 bedroom - Real
tuary of colonial architecture Minimum Charge$2.00 Keystone Heights 473-3300. able in several subdivisions./ 5 both CB home. LR. 3A on Bessent Road Other lots R&\tTY
seats 500 members contains a (Covers IS Words) 1/29 4tchg 2/19 Ph. 468-1551. tfchg. DR. kitchen, Fla. room. in City for Sale. EstateCecelia

pastor's office church secre- Each: ward over 15 ------ --- carpet grapes: CA/H./ carport - ". -_ '
tary's office conference 10 cents --- ,2t> t}garage on 3 lots in House on 13th St., Jax., Fla. : By G4

rooms music director's office FOR FOR SALE: Topper for Long city wi (V&xdison Street. Call .. .. .. ,
and general storage and All Classified Ads must be RENTBRADFORD wheel base truck, $125 or beat 473-4&U' Keystone 2/541p In Starke electronic sales & .. -- -

equipment rooms. paid for in advance unless you offer, cash. 964-7206. 1 1tp 2/26 service business, for sale or TerwilJegarTrees
Harold hate an established 2/19 lease. beautiful and can he I important to the eee'
Dr. Bennett executive account ---- ----- are
secretary-treasurer of with the Telegraph in that ---- -------- - thetic beauty of your house and /lot. However there" are
FOR SAL& 0v owner',3 8R 28.
Florida Baptist Convention event 50) cents extra charge VILLAGE FOR SALE: HART FEEDS, : \ Nice building lot in City, on some dangers to watch for. WH"n. buying a hom*, look
fur billing. Not APARTMENTS: 1 bedroom line FRM brick11f'1/ ;) double carport. 260' 100' overhanging tttjll reef of the M" _.
will give the dedication ser responsible for complete feeds partially tarpftted;:. drapes. :3 paved street x deep. for dead limbs
mono Other speakers Include errors when given over the modern, furnished, A/C seeds. Spreader truck service blocks FrCW/ School. Ph. 473- - These limbs should be remove! since: sooner c> ."fllr

Rev. N.B. Durance, pastor of phone or when copy Is not carpeting, walk-In closet fertilizer, dolomite lime. Ph. 2039 of the First Baptist Church of typed and brought to the of enclosed patio, off street 4962093. 2/5 4tchg 2/26 rrdhg. deep on Uttle Santa Fe Lake. Also the leaves from large tr"II Can:. be a n4fanc:

Arcadia. Florida and Rev. .fice. parking. 315 West -- ------ ---- -- -.,.. ------- Owner will finance to depend- when they pile up in rain gutters, This' meant nH*f Yoi,
Richard Barber association Washington St. 964-8601. able buyer. or someone you employ. will rMv! to remov' fhete
missionary. ... are tfchg FOR SALE:: Mobil Home Parts FOR SAlfe 3 Bn. 2 Bath, block - leaves at least annually. So a house\ not overshadowed:
,. --- --- -- -- and supplies. OLIN'S MOBILE with Lit OR' Den ft garage be better buy one
ftobbi Jean White 6 acres, near city, Just off 301 N. by trees can sometimes thee
reknowned gospel singer from PERSONAL SERVICE FOR RENT: 3 bedroom mobile HOME SALES, Hwy. 100 W. on large lot: at 1105 W. - surrounded by trees.
Anderson South Carolina will home with expando LR and Starke, S64-5606. rfchq. Madison St. Call Freeman VERNIE P. OOOMRag. When you need to buy, or sell 4\ home, call tty/ Wv
___ ___. Regist tIII 964-8771 or 964-
..... -- v- -- handle the tranoiItfitl"< for
perform during the program. A/C. Water furnished. Ph .6888. iftt Broker will be happy to you.

Dinner will be served on the 964-8797..!1tp 2/19 10 x 20 PATIO COVER: Installed -- -.,.. '------- 964-5476 9647700Large NEEDED: Twenty or thirty acres tome pint tee*,
.___
$185.00 uninstalled $140.00.
FASHION OPPORTUNITY Ful
grounds immediately follow- : and a three bedroom home.
FOR RENT: Furnished Duplex Gator Mobile Home Service. FOR SALE I Furnished .
ing morning worship services. fill your lifelong dream, have a house.Price ------
The Eliam Baptist Church is dress shop of your own, fea- Gas, lights and water fur- :372.9767. tfchg. 11,11: from $12,000 to NEEDED: Three bedroom home. with one or More
one of the oldest churches in turing the latest styles and nished. Inquire 603 E. Wash- ------------ $8,000. Must sell because of frame house, excellent/ acres in or outside the city litnits
ington Ave Up 2/19 sickness, Rt. condition, central H/A, 3 bedroom -
the area. One hundred seven- fashions. $14,500 includes 12x64 Edgar Burrell 2, ------
FOR SALE Artcraft
teen years ago on April 30. merchandise fixtures, train --- --- ----- mobile home: partially fur- Box 1 161), North 301. 1tp 2/19 2 bath carport corner Furnished mobile home on' a bfcAUtjful lot on Hlr\(\\l>fo"<)
In
1859 a group of residents met ing and grand opening. Call FOR RENT: Furnished apt.. 3 nished or unfurnished. --... ..- ------ lot. city. Lake.
at the home of Daniel McLeodfor ((904)) 764-7612 for Mr. Carl rooms and bath. No childrenor FOR SiLake Hampton - ----.,.,
Washer air
2/19 34EXPERIENCED pets. 968021. 1tp 2/19 dryer concrete home. never lived in, 3 BR. 2 Frame 2 BR house, 1 bath on 1 old J
the purpose of making 3tp steps $4.300.964-8341 or Mr. 20 acres. Modern CB home lest pan 4 years yifh :
---- --- ---- beth, bnk & redwood acre. Bayless Hwy. Area. .
suitable arrangements for -- --- --- --- Milton 9648673. tfchg. con- BR. 2B CH4A..loti of buiIN, *.,.MW barn..' r41 RA.
constituting a regular Baptist WAITRESS FOR RENT: House 3 bedroom ... _. ;)"'. 2 story large - 225. Excellent financing.
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Church of Christ wanted at Lucy's Drive In. 2 bath, living room, dining second I00f(' cypress deck 2 3 to 6 acres clear 4 mi. NIWof ----.,.,

In July 1859. a Sunday Formerly Tucks. Must be over room and Florida room. Fully FOR SALE 1 acre homeaitesCrosby fireplace, In restricted subdi- Starke. Beautiful property on Rd. 11 Across the roaH from
School was organized. The 18. Itp 2/19 carpeted, central air and heat, Lake Estates. 2 mi.W. vision (jr>*>. 475,000. Shown - Hampton Lake. 20, 30, or 40 acre* which could bas : 44ed
church joined the Putnam -- -- ------- $225 per mo.964-7347 or 964- of Starke on RD 100. Owner by appWKrwit\ only. Call :372- 3 BR, 2 bath, CB dwg..on extra a homesite and farm or developed..
Union and began plans for MARCUS W. GRIFFIS Con- 5395. tfchg. financed. 964-6483, tfchg. 8348 Oeihw vil0.| 2/192tp 26 large cor. lot in City. W/swim- -----
---- ----- ... ming pool central heat & air
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finding a building site. Final tractor Building, Remodeling ------ ----- --- -------- Tastefully furnished 1972 Dolphin I MM with 3 Eb, 2 fl/

approval was given a site Repairs, Room Addition, Garages FOR RENT: Adorable 2 bedroom COLORADO: 5 acres $2.7501 I FOR SALE* 6y owner. 3 bedroom conditioning. CH 2300 BTU AC. fenced nieMV landscaped lot '401 x
located on the South side of Carports, Kitchens, doublewide on 5 acre $25 down, $25 monthly. Cs home LR. kitchen. - 19 2 metal I outbuildings waMitr' freezer, ty\>*4rr' >
Bath. All work lot. Quiet country. 3 miles Fla. roQfrt, boat shed. 1 & 2 acres mobile home sites Pvtantenna. /
Etonian Creek at the Ford. guaranteed. Beautiful Colorado carport tiller riding mower push motoftr. :JO' UHF VNf
high
By September 1859, the Ph. 4732108. 2/19 4tp 3/11 North of Starke, $140 mo. un mountain valley. Fully sur- 16' x 3ft' txjol. Chain link N.W. of Starke Terms. ...all for S13.2SO.
church had joined the Santa --- --- ---- furnished. 964-8556. 1tp 2/19 veyed. OWNER 8063768690.Itp fence. SArawga Heights. Can - -----
QUALIFIED --- - ---- 964-5276 for appointment. 3 BR Frame house -1 bath. 10 Dalewood 5t. division -
Fe Association and the first BOOKKEEPER experienced 2/19 We have reasonable building l
election of officers was held in desires accounts to FOR RENT: 12' wide mobile --- -------- 2/19 2tp$ 2/28 eral acres out land on paved road. Sev- (|ust off Rd. 14)) city water A sawage.goodseigh\-
do at home. Can furnish refer. -- --- -------- buildings. ..
October 1859. M.W. Brown homes outside limits. J.B. bors. attractive homes.
was elected deacon and Elder ences. Ph. 9647972. 2/19 White. Ph. 964-6114. 'TOP SOIL, FILL DIRT: 6days"a"* FOR SAIE5 1975 24x60 Eaton - -----

E.B Timmons pastor. Dr. 4tchg 3/11 ,.-- -- _-tfchg.- week dozer work and Mobile flon+e. Call 964-6072 3 BR, 2 Bath. CB dwelling in Green Acres Pretty lot with tract, 150' 150'...bArfett:

G.W.A McRae had previously ---- ------- FOR RENT: din's Subdivision dragline work. Call 468-1873. after 6 p-rtr Itp 2/19 city. for your dream home.

been appointed as church WANTED: Good home with 1/2 acre lots $25.00 per Star Rt. Hampton STEPHEN --rM ------- .GeorgeRoberts Jr. Cecelia T. Terwlllegar Reft. Rnol' l Estate Br'
clerk.A widow or couple for 9 mo. old month. Water ft Sewage SMITH LANDFILL tfchg. I FOR SALE! :3: bedroom, 1 3/4 REQ REAL ESTATE BROKE. 206 West Madison Avenue, St rfce. Florid
frame church 31 feet by 46 bull dog. Excellent watch dog. furnished For information call -- ------ --- bath. \\fJO, 1973 model. Ph. I I OFFICE PHONe 964.776

feet was dedicated in August 964-7220. ltp 2/19 Mark Olin, Olin's Mobile WATSON'SHOUSE 782-3216 or 964-6078. lip tf 964-7826 !'

180. Dr. Mendenhall -- -- --- --- Homes Sates Hwy. 100 W., OF 2/19
preached the dedication ser- H & M LOCK & KEY mobile Starke. 964 5606. tfchg. VACUUMS ---\00-------- - ?.
unit, all type lock repair and *
mon. --- - -
During services the women service. Call 964-5388. 2/19 Many Used brands machines of new available.vacuums Mimosa Manor .11Vb1 !Driing I

sal on one side of the church 4tp 311HOUSES Expert Repairs all makes DEALERSHIP AVAILABLE Mobile Home ParkA 'A .
and the the other. -- -- ----
men on Parts and I't 1f11bSvidings 2" Thru
Accessories for
t MOTORCYCLESSUZUKI all
1
Among Negro slaves.the members were 10 washed ft with TRAILERS chemicalslash pressure vacuum vacuums.cleaning Built systems.in central 712 1'rArsernbredReiNrrsrd in colors _:./I/'d': C cordon.. Nice Live PlaceTo fast Rot2ry .

'Within( 18 years member- away dirt and mildew. Guar- N. Main Gainesville 3767110.tf Sifce. *8x8\ to 13x40 .REAL ESTATE 1 (Drilling: Equipment I
ship had increased to 103 and 4732213. tfchg.DEWINGMACHINES'repaired. OF STARKE: Your' Wet'>: Jack Kerby e.wr I Large Lots
mr
by 1881 had grown so that a -_ --- authorized Suzuki Dealer ....__... 6.---, ._ Stunral House" MfIJ. Co. nrL.a. .4 Lv 'LA. Yard CareG.rbilge State Licensed, t

neychurch: was planned. This, Phone 964-602:0.: 304 East Call Grp' 119\X1t.1.\) .Hwy AlA 3 BR, 1 bath frame in Lawtey Cans -
building was dedicated on ."'all makes cleaned oiled and Streat. tfchg. a ,.. ""'III Raglan f3oech. Fla. 32006 17000.. Mail Boxes t'
January 28, 1883 with Rev, adjusted. $7. Work -----------9- AUTOMOBILESUSED or Prvrw 904/439-2984 - Water : [Pump ] t ;
guaranteed
W.N. Chaudoin preaching the James I IpdOVPAO 3 BR 1 Bath frame, cent heat/ Cent. Sewage Plant .

sermon. comer Morgan Road Strickland ft Hwy. .... .....4 air, fenced cor. lot 15000. Garbage 2 Car Parking Pickup t t

16. tfchg. r HElP WANTED ) 2 BR frame-- -;;;eref.- In Concrete Patio New & Used .
--- ---
-- Street
Improved
FOR SALE: 1967 Chevy Malibu 13000. terms.
HAMPTON OPEN: LOTTS OF BEAUTY.Rd. station wagon. In good condi- Long Champ country - Electric Service to ,I5eieSV Parts- SdrvIce1.

325. Hampton Call Sue tion, auto trans. A/C. $600. 2 BR 1 bath frame carpeted 200 Amperes B-Z TermsPlumbing
AREA NEWSby Lott for appointment. 468- WANTED: Master Cosmetolo- 96 -5271. Itp 2/19 Hvtn& and stove & ref. $7.500 or two for Metered Gas
Mr.
gist Contact Otto'sBeauty
1197. 1/29 4tp 2/19 -- -- --- -- -
Josephine Fontaine -- ---- -- ---- Salon tfchg.MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SALE: 1971 "into, 2,000 cc BuildingMaterials/ $14,000 total.- - Move FREE In Bonus- I :
--- - -
WILL BABY SIT for any age motor A/T, radio & heater, 3 BR 2 bath rnasonary $26,000. 1 Month Rent
.... 25-28 mpg) top condition - -
KriemlH & NeighborsMr child in my home. 964-6821. Electric Hookup :
and Mrs. Edward tfchg. $1595. 473-4508.. Itp 2/19 -w BUILD 3 BR alum siding/ 9500. New Installation
-- ------ ----
Fontaine and family of Ox. ---1-------- "YOUR CLAIMS' OR OURS Phone 964.7498
ford Conn. have returned FOR SALE: 1972 Plymouth Fury 2 BR frame$8,400. terms. tf RemodeJgI / ,
MOBILE HOME MOVING: Also Itr... III. A/C/ P/S P/B, A/T. blue YOU Ft: LOT OR OURS" _
hone after a week's visiting - -
with Mr Fontaine's father mobile home hurricane an- withwhitavinyltcp. Good gas -FRE ESTIMATESREMODfeUINO 1.2 Acres $2,500. I Repairs
chonng and mobile home roof LOSE WEIGHT safely and fasU mileage. I700.. 9648569. 1tp v s I
and mother Mr. and Mrs. W. REPAIRS - p
coating. din's MOBILE Home with X-11 2/19 .
diet plan 300.
8.71 acres in city 15500.
Fontaine of While
Hampton. Purrattcev
Service. 9645606. St. Rd.. AOOlTlONSHOM6S Jimmy Moore'sSun
Reduce
excess fluids with X- ----- --- ----
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visiting here the Fontaine'sattended 16W & Jct. 233, Starke Fla. Pel$3.00. KOCH FOR SALE 1969 BOUGHT v-- '* ** -N
the Fair at Tampaand DRUGS. 1/8 : Ford Oala ie. 7.2 acres in Lawtey $2,000 Acre. Sports I
tfchg. IStchg 4/15 Excellent condition AM/FM SQkD TRADED &
- Pumps Supply
also attended auctionat .
an - - -- --- _ __ BOAT
Jacksonville. radio. A/C./ $560. Call 782- ACREM FOR SAL 12 acres, fenced well pole & MORE FOR
sell :3059; after 5 p.m. Itp septic tank $15,000. terms. YOUR MONEY TF i
Wayne Brodsky visited two AVON CALLING: To buy or I 364.6853 Company,
----- -----rr
weeks with his cousin. Avon. Call 755-2807 or write - STARKE.PH.964.5791OMPLETE!
Diane Bruno will return to Loma Clyart P.O. Box 220 FOR SALE HWV901 S. Starke TF' 36.35 acres appx. 1200 ft. on OUTBOARD a 864 N. Temple' Awe. I
Massachusetts this weekendMr Lake City Florida. tfchg. US-301 N$56,500Good terms.
STERN DRIVE SERVICE
'Starke
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and !Mrs. Wm. Schaubof I( WANTED ] 'AND REPAIR
I t
Crescent City and Miss Florence LMWTfr "1.. t TF
Schaub of Bellmore, BILL'S SAW SHOP: Complete FOR SALE: Black and tan and UNITED fAWM AGENCY, I INC. 78238O6MULTIPLE COMPLETE FIBERGLASS a---994 706 a

Long Island. New York were sharpening service circular, plot puppies $10 female, $15 Reg. f heel l feiale Broker ____l;_rR .,urwr wiv S .rrYN REPAIR
Sunddy visitors of Mr. and hand, carbide, chain, mower male. 9646625. Itp 2/19 ACREAGE NEEDED: 100 500 2116 S.Water St. CUSTOM BUILT FIBER NEED' TO CLEAN YOUR I
Mrs. W Fontaine. blade hollow ground and -- -- --- -- acres Development land. Call Nati<*nal l Advertising GLASS FISHING BOATS TYI 6WfllTER Com by The I
balanced. Leave at Jackson FOR SALE: dean 8x14 Vinyl Reese Bradley, Walter Paul fcaWKrr-Broker Office Slop and pick \\x some I
RecreationThe Building Supply Starke or coated canvas trailer awningand Williams, Real Estate Jax. Irene r'Vllo.nttr-Assoc.:: liquic* or Sheet cleaner f t.r< your I'

Hampton Senior Keystone Heights tfchg. frame. Used one week at 389-8888.( 2/194tchg 3/11 964-6065! tyJ'lrlVtitat.
Citizens covered dish supper - --- --- trade show. Cost $170. will -- ------ --- I

will be Friday evening.. Feb 10 x 20 PATIO COVERS homes.: Homes$180 sacrifice for 125. New 3 bedroom, frame house on 1 1acre LISTINGS
!
20.at 6 pm. at the Hampton and installed.mobile.140 uninstalled. 8x7x145 mounted tire $15. Have Timber $18$00.00 Terms. MH Lake Alto. $6,800/ 'I Olin's Subdivision
Miler 964-6894. 2/19
Itp
Recreation Center and City '- -
HOME
MOBILE
GATOR ------------ For Sale 4.
Hall. SERVICE CO. Ph. :I12.17 1. bedroom, brick, nice section Starke. 2 BR, 1 acre, $7.500 I
FOR SALE: Roll roofing $5 1
The Wednesday Afternoon per '.wrwr I

Craft Class meets at 2:30: p.m. Gainesville- -----tfchg.--- --- roll, shingles $10.50 per sq., Call Double wvkfc' r.1/H. Fumbhed, Starke. 3 BR. 14.500 I 1 I II I
at the Hampton Recreation plumbing fixtures. Fiberglasstub % Acre

Center. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS: and shower enclosures. F.J. Saunders Starke. 2 BR. 2 acres $16,500 ,
THE BARGAIN CENTER 301 I I
114 Christian Street, Starke

Unemployment News Fla. Thursday and Sundays 8 South. tfchg. Pulpwood 2 BR MH on lake $22,000 n. ML I 'M'IR"; >Bi 4w gggg ,I
-- ------- -- _
The State Representativewill p.m. Tues. 1 p.m. Women's jfcc" >
be at the Hampton City Group. Call 964-5709 964- FOR SALE: New & Used furniture 533-2621 2/1H/13 Southgate, 3 BR 425.500 ,a per Mo. Water_$,
Hall Feb. 25. This is a representative 5434 or 964 6894. l/111tp 3/5 new carpet & Jo-U Hotel. Vz: Acre. Lots_ For Rent 92S FuTnlahgd''
Sewage
cloth 30 cents
of the State Employment ----- ---- Congoteum 6RA1INOTON ANDMobil Starke. 5 homes In the $30,000
Service. He will be therefrom BOOKKEEPER: Excellent refer yd., zippers 1 cent per Inch. Cadillac-OldsmoMI, le Horn Park to $40.000 area 'Call Mark Olln 964-5606 Hwy 1 a A Morgan,: Rd. (,
THE BARGAIN CENTER 301 ,
10 a to noon. Fully qualified to keep
m. ences. South. Sales a Service e4Sstf: : "y LA4rtS .
double entry books, state and tfchg------ Fine Selection', Of Used WALK To'eMOf' SQUAREOR US-301 4.4 acre $9,500
--- \
federal form. payrolls etc. Can Taken On OPEN I Iv DAILY
SALES ft SERVICES C10WN10WN
on appliances
Small business accounts Cadillac Trades Theresa 10 acres $12,500 K
used appliances 38 Per Month! PUBLIC CONSIGNMENT &
HICK'SPOODLE wanted on a weekly, monthlyor 4001 N.W.13 31'.5JO'GAINI:5VILU I
quarterly basis. Reason washing machines dryers, :: ALL CITY CONVENIENCES Theresa, 40 acres $42,000 ..
YOUR PLACE OR MINE. AI C. electric and gas stoves. *
able. If FIRE' pOll E HOTECTION RUCTION
Call 9647509. 2/26 3tchg THE South BARGAIN tfchg. CENTER 301 CITY GAS WATER AND SEWER. Lawtey. 11 acres $10,000

(GROOMINGTwo 3/11 _ 1- laaw .. JoLuNotol9M8810T. '
--------- --- r Lawtey 60 acres $54,000 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21 -10 a.m.

Full Time FOR SALE -- Yamaha
GroomersAppoIntments PORTABLE Electronic i J ROOFING ; CHG Garage business on US-301 AUCTIONS 3rd SAT. V flYvfOAW/ /

Organ. Excellent con -
l luP'IJEi10
Hampton 440 acres $700 per
We Are Now
For dition. Amplifier not in Acctin0
ACRES acre. Might be able to split. Call
cluded. 1000. Ph. 964-5875
Convenience and discus this with us. Equipment For Our February sale
flour tfpd I I II
V64-7837 10 Minutes From All other type properties Call Us About Bringing In Your
2/U. 5/13 REDUCE safe & fast with Keystone Heights ,
GOBESE TABLETS & E-VAP I I I II FRED SACKETT Farm, Industrial & Construction Equipmentof (\

"water pills". Andrawa 1/29 Drugs 8tp, $1,760 Per Acre 205 N.REALTOR Temple (US-301)) All Kinds-Now.Bring ,

Keystone Heights. All Types Roofing .04 f''.6521, 8-17SJ the Market PlaeA -
FOR SALE 3/18 I rr I 159" Per Mo Your Equipment ;
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2% Ton Central Air Condo Residential & Commercial NO LOW LAND CONVERT SURPLUS EQUIPMENT TO CASH


Long Wheel Base 'Sundays 1 J New Roof Or Repairs 1 WEST:: CENTRAL CAKPETInstallation .Repair.Professional Gf.Sf.O N. Eo FLORIDA EQUIPMENT SCJNOt/J '
R :M..n. INC.ReftMI \)
Pick Up Camper.Set 10:35: A.M. I AUCTION

Of Split Rim Tires WPXE Radio I Call 964-7410 rFree I'I'L l-STIf.&W Ev" *""lr r4>K, 'Anytime Broker Call: Free Steam Estimate Cleaning U. S. 17 North Graan Cove Sprl1g

A Tires For 8 Lug Chevy. Estimates Ars F'atray13 M4-S40I JAX. 2824389JAX
1490 oJ I J / : -:LD39!! 2:12: 4tp 3:4 TOLL FREE Ph. ((904)2845977Elaim )
Call 964-7173 hats - fwlflM


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Good thru February or Stock Depletion STORE HOURS MONDAY FRIDAY 7:30: 5:00:

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N.964-6078 Cherry St. I .SPE

KEYSTONE PVC PIPE
Hwy 100 & 21
473-4973 Hardboard .
\ x 4' x 8' Siding' 3/4", -gc COOT' 1"!- 11oOT938"

EUCTRICHL. 6 I 1-111 PRIMED 8" 3" ABSSEWER 4" ECONOMICAL

RECEPTACLES & $699 O.C. GROOVED PIPE SEWER & DRAINPIPE
SWITCH PLATES

I Ivory Brownr IfrV-a 4 x 7 $6" 89 FOOT. 10' Lengths $299 .

Ivory or Brown 5/8" x 4' x 8' 4x8 $8" ASPHALT ROOFING

SILENT TOGGLE REVERSE $1199, 15 & 30 WT.

SWITCH 49CEA BOARD(Rough& Sawn BATTEN) 4x9 $1199 P t FELT $869 ROLL .

3 Wire Grounding 90 Lb. ROLL ROOFING

RECEPTACLES .. DOORS White & $Q69
Ivory Brown or *AQC JEA. IJ'..II. I!'R- = i1 Green 0"'-'-

-BUILDING SUPPLIES OUR 6 or MORE PRICE n ', ? ,,; 15 Yr. SHINGLES

PINE No.2 FRAMING 2 X 4, 2x6, 2x8 ON ANY AMOUNT SELF SEAL
or m
1 20 Squares$1799? \ re$1 B"
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OUR 100 PIECES OR MORE PRICE Squares sq.
ON ANY AMOUNT!
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Utility Weathered Y @d L b r Western Weathered Our 11 or more SAKRETE ? j>

UTILITY STRIPPING CONCRETE MIX ., \'
FRAMING LUMBER (As Is- We Will Not Cut To Order Roll Price
orPu/Nails! ) 1"xl%"xI2' \\, \1,.
2"x3"x7' 39L 39!.. c.: on any amount 63 LB. J59 \, \i
2"z4"xl'59Ea 1"x3"3F 2"x6" 121 !Mx2"xl2 391 $189 ,1 i
PLYWOODSPECIALS 84LB. 11i.IN
2"x4"PrecutStud I"x4" 4 0 211x8ff16F! 2"x2" 9C '$
LF 1"
LF !AND
or MORTAR so
925/8" 79l LB.
I"x6"I"x8" 6 0 ((24' 20CLF) GOTT
CULLS LF ICE CHESTS s 19 99 rlZ
FROM25 8 0LF 2"xl2" 24 F. 48 Qt. EA BIG OO.vu ,.r
(Not Always Available) OAL51.
4x8 SHEETSOVERSTOCKED AFIDSAVt!

CLEARANCE SALE! EXTERIOR SANDED

FANT STIC PANELIN $ 6g NAILS All Brite Common
BUY ....N 1/4" 1
50 Lb
'x SHEETS $8" All Galv.
7 1 /A": $7" 3/8" Commons$2295 $1 795 .
I IT1 PANELS TO CHOOSE FROM Ea.
CARTON
1/2" JQ79 CARTON

1 316"PANEL BASIN STREET 7 99 Ea. E I 3/4" $1399 TRUSSES CHEAP TRUSSES
Mobile Home Type

2 5/32" CANDYLAND PANEL $5 99 Ea. SHEETING GRADE 6' 79 E12' $1 Ea.

3/8" $599 1/2" 5649 Approximate Size
1 Cheaple399 'M.rchsn .Nwd Your BuminvBm...
4mm EA.
5/8" $399 $599 If everyone in our community-countyarea would trade exclusively athome.
((25 or more) .
All Purpose Use your hometown merchant could eventually 1)) Through. Incr..dvolume.low.r .
prices.2)) Stock all items you need for your convenience.Why
don't:you start:the: campaign today:
Nail Pre.n.shed Molding Blend Sticks in Stock and give UB all a chanc.......
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JACKSON'S WHEELBARROW & GARDEN CART SALE ALL FIREPLACE ONE WOOD _
STOVE LEFT-
MEDIUM DUTY ATLAS DELUXE CART ACCESSORIES

No. 2LIGHT r floe 11 CRAGS BROOMS 20% OFF X6999 SCHRADE ;.rya j

$ 199 SCREENS '"
$1999
DECORATOR / (
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KNIVES
LIGHTER ,
FIRE SETS
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20%
CORN POPPERS
DUTY COLOR
M-ll HEAVY DUTY
PACER N o. 1 No.20 HEAVY DUTY HEARTH SCOOPS FIRE 1
MATCH HOLDERS Off Display Prices '!
TURBINEPAIR '
YARD LIGHTING BRIQUETS
$12" $4999 Old Timer-
CART $5999 COLORED FIREPLACE MATCHES POWDER Uncle Henry 1

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