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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 26, 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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\. LAKE BUTLER Union County officials were advised by "
'M' their State Legislators Monday night to refuse maintainance ,

'1 1is secondary roads and turn authority over the roads back to the
state. Plat PresentedFor

During the annual legislative hearing, two requests pertaining -
I'':; to secondary road maintainance were presented by the

' county commission to Senator Bob Saunders RepresentativesGeorge
Grosse and Sid Martin and aides for Senator Buddy
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McKay and Representative Bill Martin. DevelopmentOn

jl County attorney Hal Y. Maines presented the requests asking

c '; that legislation! require the Department of Transportation
' p. (DOT) have all primary roads in excellent condition before

': \ transferring mamtamance of the roads to the county secondaryroad SR-l 00 SouthPlat .1

, \ system and legislation authorizing the sale of timber from
road rights-of-way to pay for their upkeep. I
t A for a new 90-lot subdivi- OR the board decided to ini-
f 'L t : Rep. Grosse asked Maines if ance back over to the DOT sion on Highway 100 south of tiate a hearing for rezoning a
r .. the county would consider would be in the county's best Starke was presented to the larger acreage in that area.
.. ; returning the maintainance interest, but the decision Bradford County Zoning Consequently the board will
:. money allocated the countyfor would be administrative, not a Board Tuesday night by L.K. advertise for a hearing next
I ( 4./ secondary road upkeep legislative! one. Edwards and Associates, with month to rezone approximately
, y r m and allow the state to main- Rep. Martin told the group a request for rezoning from 40 acres between Wil-
I ,, rvI tain them. Maines said he that larger, more populated Open Rural to RIA (residential son Road and SR-230 bounded I
' thought the county would look areas of the state which have ), on the west bv SR-2K1A: and
1 favorably on the idea because more primary roads, were Zoning Director 1..1\1. extending east about one

:: /I money promised by the state gaining road maintainance Gaines said the subdivisionwas quarter mile, from Rl A to OR
I / for secondary upkeep would dollars at the expense of presented as a Planned All property owners in the
; ;, not be adequate I if the state re- smaller Florida counties. Unit Development (PUD) area will be notified by letterof

\ .. ; classifies nearly 75 miles of "I don't think ehough people which would permit a the proposed rezoning.
roads to
primary secondaryas designated area for commer-
have studied this and know the
4rv r Thehearingon a petition f for
it has indicated.
cial use without further rezoning ( -
harm this will do to three-
rezoning 14 acres on Ravless
I t.;, "We have lost many milesof fourths of Florida counties," Highway from OR to RlC was
I Edwards said the subdivision
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primary roads. Our funds Martin said"You're .
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are not adequate to meet the better of letting to be known as Griffis request of the owner. Frank.
MiioVnts' nuking!! all A\ during!! the third six weeks at Bradhear: 'Lira Johnson.. Dwavne Baldwin' Mnnique Gravel cost of repair needed on them them (DOT) have the bur Loop Estates, would consist of Porreca. A large delegation of .
foul, I huh Include: I.'lima" K Th..ma'ilkh.'IIt': fiuillion and Tixld Ashllne.l.iirv and we're going to need some den." said Senator Saunders, 90 lots,but would be developedin area residents appeared
I F..onl.. ..." i II-rl| : Debbie "M.ill.: .\lljn links. :Nancy Ilildrelh. real help if we are to maintain who said that smaller phases, with the first unit to the
many Tuesday night protest
l'III'"l\nll"III'r.' :M.irlcni' (Viwsoii., Kathy' Tcston and Teresa \\hite. Cindy Edwards: CindC'.issv., Jay Martin: them" Maines said. counties were now suffering having: lots. The 75-acre site but
Porreca
textile I Rubin :Milner. :'I ,'IIII Moselv: Raymond :Minr and Virginia!! Nearly 31 miles of primary because they got carried away is known as the old Lex Green said zoning he change wanted to replat the

Middle, : "'IIII'lh'ICcKlrijnl"( .lud. Thomas and Andy Crews r.iliolt were not ii\.nl.il for the picture. roads in Union County have with wanting Independence.. farm property at the intersection area and resubmit his petition
of SR-100 and SR-100A
been changed to secondary
Saunders also warned the .
classification since the first of county not to trade maintain- (Griffis Loop), Edwards said Porreca plans a mobile
24 Earn At BHS the according to county the development would have a
Straight-A's year ance of county roads for home subdivision on the
central water system and 60-
clerk Hobert Driggers. support of a state gas tax:, property which is located onI'aRe
foot wide paved streets. It is
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which he said be forthcoming
Grosse reminded the might planned for conventional I II)
\I'l1ty-four Bradford lIijth) Teresa DeVore, daughter of Starke. is studying Englishand research and writing, and gathering of about 40 citizens homes
the .
$22,000 to $25(000
School students took home 011 :Mr and Mrs J.R. DeVore of is a teacher's aide. biology II She is also a that the county commission "I hope you know how to in

A's for the third six-wt>?k La\\ter' is a member of the Clara Johnson, daughter of member of the annual staff. made the decision to take over play showdown poker if you range.A hearing on the [J uoiwn -
Jan.. staff and studies math Mr\ and Mrs\ Cephus Johnsonof into that Saunders petitionwill J1t vTrCcrTHURSDAY.
grading (period ending jjd. Laura K Thomas, daughterof ma (ntamance! of its secondary get game be held at the regular
including fifteen seniors analysis biology II, research Lawtey, is taking English, !Mrs Seleta Thomas of roads and the legislature was said. Zoning Board
Seniors making straight A's writing and chemistry II Spanish II, algebra I and is a Starke studies shorthand not involved. Other requests handled by March 30 and Edwards meeting said on

include: library aide. human physiology and "Doesn't the legislature of legislators at the two-hour that, if development -
Andrew Crews, son of nfr' Cindy Edwards: daughter of Robin Miner daughter of research and writing. She is the Stale of Florida govern the session included a plea for would approved start within 60 1 to
and :Mis Harold C Crews! of !Mr and Mrs W.II. Edwardsof Mr\ and Mrs\ Robert L. Milner also a teacher's aide and a Department of Transportation "sympathy" by property 90 days from that date
Starke. istrigonometry taking Kingslev( Lake, studies of Starke is studying cheerleader. ?" Maines asked. appraiser Wilford Croft

( l'hemlst. American literature, math chemistry, English, shorthand "That is debatable from Croft cited an overpoweringlist Following a petition by Mil\
research writing end analysis, biology II and ( and trigonometry. Larry White, son of !Mr and time to time" Grosse answered of regulations flowing dred Glisson to rezone 10
mysterious and far'0iu! chemistry J. Cindy is also a Danette Rodrigue. daughterof Mrs\ Olin White of Starke. ), from the Department of Revenue acres lying between Wilson J
stories! Andis also a member of the annual staff. Mr. and Mrs\ A P. Rodrigue studies chemistry II, Grosse added that a deci- (DOE), many requiring Road and SR-230 two miles
teiiiher's aide. and a mi>(miA'rf I hebbie Hall, daughter of of Starke. is taking physical trigonometry and research sion to turn the road maintam- the HHS tennis team !Mr. and Mrs\ John Hall of education, math analysis, (S"fl l I'age U)

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County Compromises With PERC FEDERAL NATIONAL EMPLOYEES RETIRED. Feb. Ik


Meeting 7 p.m.

i Over Of 2 Road 516 S. Orange St.
Firing
Employees rte tqt. 'r5w 'l CARD PARTY

sh 7:30p: .m.
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, Country Club
A (compromise ngrcrnVDt accrued from (the date of firms County Attorney Dudley Jesse Sapp and Jim Robinson Proceeds to benefit
was! reached, yesterday afll'r- until Feb 25, less anv Hardy Rather than take thechance e i)f the American Federation of The Cancer Society
noonednesdav( Feb ::15)) wages or unemploymen'tx'Il'fits of working under State. County and Municipal
hl'Yo'l'n( Bradford County and \ the two men have impossible conditions in the Employees of the AFL-CIO, FRIDAY. Feb.27FRESHMAN
the state Public Kmplm; 'fi>s drawn since their firing. road department, the county were present for the hearing

Relations Commission compromised, Hardy said. Wednesday. HOP
c M'KIU'i: in the case of \\o Agreed/( to follow the Public Sadie Hawkins Dance
road department employees Employees; Relations Act to The settlement will cost the 8-1 Jp.m.
fired, 1'1'\l'ral! months ago) post public for 4> days in the county around $2.01)0.) Hardy St. Edwards
county! garage that the county figures Had the matter havegone Lawtey Parish Hall
The two employees<< Jerry will comply with the act not further, to a hearing or
,
ll.ill.mil l D.inul T Callan1(1 take appeals to a hearing decision) 5211ngl.
any !retaliatory action, orquestion 12.SO
sought reinstatement of, their employees about legal fees could have run .L .. '. ..- coupleSATURDAY
jobs In the Passes
county
compromise nnioni/mg/ higher (Hardy said
worked out with PtytC;' The county and PERC will Feb. 28

attorney! Rod Smith I before (they Stipulated that the settlement work out this Friday, probably _
case went to a hearing SttK/ settlement .. BAKE & PLANT SALE
y will include a n0n-admission a agreement AuditJoe .:' .
dulixl at I p m Wedm-sci.iy clause for the county, to which the two tiredemployees '-12a.m.Front
of Winn Dixie
the toimlvRefused': that the does not admit will have to con-
1 I to reinstate (hetwo nor is liable county for any violationof sent and sign, as well as the of Purvis.of the Gainesvillefirm Gray and City Waters Lawns In Repairing Leaky Lines Jr.Sponsored Woman's by Club
employers hut to
r agree the law and denies any vio chairman of the county commission
pav I 1 kick wages plus! vacationPliant lation of the law or guilt of and PERC Associates told the City of It's not a foggy!!!! bottom. It's a Rushing/ water main.
Lawtey City Commission on several SR-is residences bathed In free MONDAY. March 1
any violation. city water Tuesday morning!! as complaints rolled
"Neither side was entirely Monday, Feb. 2, that an audit Into the city clerk's office about water being cut off in the area !surrounding!! Starke Elementary: '
:Main reason the shows that the City has $33,992In School ELKS a ELKETTES
county satisfied, but under the circumstances -
ManagerAssigned
settled was if it lost the PERC we agreed to lay the bank at the end of the Raulerson construction a la'it-minult'dl'dsln by the cltv council at its Fen. 17 sitting, was Dinner, 7 p.m.

hearing!! the county would have the matter to rest," Hardy fiscal year. asked to repair I..akylall'r lines on SR-lft .before the county widens the road. The scene' above Officersmtg
Her probably had to rehire the two said. He said the city budgeted w as repealed Wednesday morning!! as pipes w ere again cut in the$7.ono project. Regular mtg. S p.m.
employees, to $57,509 as estimated revenuefor Couplings and to the lines should.be before
according Jerry Hall was terminated !! repairs completed Thursday morning/ according
Charles Titmus has he''n by the road department last the fiscal year and took in t.. city l'Il'rk'I'rrill: Fdwards.: THURSDAY March

;a oppoinled plant manager (III' Oct 9. Daniel T Callan was $75,235 during the year. This
the Continental of Florida<< | HX terminated Dec. 4. Their com figure showed the city collected FASHION SHOW
Telephone Company in Filing $17.726 for the year over a Spaghetti Supper
, their
plaint was firing came
Starke according to an jn. of what was estimated in the Patients Jr Woman's Club
about because attempts of More Collections
,. ? nouncemcnt made by t'orti- Deadline Is the county road workers to budget. 7 p.m.FRIDAY .
?ev The also
$126309
panv officials unionize. The firings came city spent
.J't! Hi was transferred to the' which amounted to $65&x09over March 5
Starke office from :Murppy, March 1 after employees of drew to up a the amount alloted. but
petition grievances present BC Financesbank
t; :North" Carolina and l u'llreplace to county commisioner $70.253 was spent as Lawtey's Improve Hospital WORLD DAY OF

I (Jeraldilliams who Deadline for filing for George Roberts, who is the share of the matching fundson PRAYER
was! transferred to the Ilirftiingham. homestead and other property the $420,000 water project Services, 11a.m.Presbyterian .
board member in of Bradford
charge County Hospital hospital experienced, Crippen after paying bills is due
faj. is March 1, Even with these Bol- Church
Ala area last | lax exemptions this figures
the road department kept within its budget comingout said to the December action of the Followed
according to Bradford County ton said the audit showed that by
ear slightly ahead at the end of "In the hospital board
Gene > the of still had summary to secure early pay- covered dish luncheon
r Long property. appraiser Two union representatives almost City$34000 Lawtey in the bank its past fiscal year Auditor didn't make as much moneyas ment of Medicare benefits

homestead when the fiscal ended. A.H. Crippen Jr. told the in its prior year but Edmondson said. Action was SATURDAY, March
The $5,000
scIi00Iers year hospital board of trustees Feb. collected more accounts taken at the time because the
granted to those 1're- He complimented City Clerk
exemption, 19 in presenting the annual receivable than in the prior hospital was running short of FLEA MARKET
who owned and occupied aresidl'nce Lucille Shuford. "She's doinga
.S' f J4qCharles fine the books," report year. I'm surprised you cameas funds to pay employees. Methodist Group
on Jan. 1 1.1976. may Story Hour Set job keeping Crippen attributed thehospital's close to the bud .
of to Bolton said. projected 9 noon
$57.33
mean a savings The board answered in
county dwellers and $74.37 for Pre-schoolers ((3,4 & 5 year Bolton went over the city's better collection 131,558 efforts carryoverto and get the as trustees.you did, Crippen told renewing its contract with Ed- In Church Court Yard

city residents. Those living in olds) will learn about com system of internal accounting the for keeping mondson to act as hospital
Law ley. Brooker and Hampton munity helpers, friends and control to the extend "we con praised within its hospital projected Administrator R.O. Ed- administrator for a second SATURDAY March 13 ,

will save $72.33 by filing family members during the sidered necessary to evaluatethe ditures despite rising expen-expenses mondson also had good news year. Edmondson completeshis
for the exemption. March Pre-School Story system as required by for trustees at its regular first year as hospital ad- MARCH OF DIMES
Presentation of the deed of Hour at the Public Library. generally accepted auditing monthly meeting Thursday ministrator on Feb. 26. WALK-A-THOM

the home Is necessary as part "You and Others" Is the standards." A $211.000 increase in total night reporting that the C_(...ort
of thr filing process. Mobile theme for the month The study and evaluationwas operating expenses, mostly in hospital is in the best financial Contracts with a new radiologist
home owners must present a Patty Curies. Judy Dukes, not designed for the purpose salaries and Insurance, shape in months. More patient and an anesthesist were w t r
current tag registration as Nancy Odom Jane Watson, of expressing an opinionon coupled with a drop In net days)( brought in $6,000 more also signed at the meeting. !
Titmus. new plaint well as a deed In filing and Linda Haas will be the internal accounting control income from hospital patientsdue revenues for the month of Dr. Jose Castillo( upon ; Dank
iii.iiuiWr; for the Continental Additional exemptions of up story-tellers Come and join us and it would! not necessarily to holding down patient January over December, he recommendation from the AcMwin N.w i..........Upre
.Icplione. Company office( in to $10000 may be granted every Tuesday morning at 10 disclose all weaknesses in the fees should have caused said medical staff was unanl- p,4.i. ...._w
si.irkf." widows and disabled persons. a.m system according to Bolton. worse problems, than the A $64,000 balance In the


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I Junior Show And Club Dinner To Hold Mar Fashion 4 i Social SPtde $/ 3 Ae Jttewb/ !


The Junior Woman's Club and fashion show ThursdaY.. !
will hold a spaghetti supper March 4, a 7 j p.m at the clubhouse :

//ooiiy C ito,, 964-7608
Junior Club To Tickets for the dinner and L ---------
show will be $275 and $1.50. ---
Sponsor Berry Take outs will be available
Hesitations would be appre- Freshmen Hop Friday, Repeat Vows Feb. 6 In First Baptist
Queen Contest ci..u by calling !Mrs Judy
Dukes. ft4-7972> or Carolyn Feb. 27 At St. Edwards
The Junior Woman's Club of Autry. 964-6788. However LaVon Collins And Spyros Drivas
Starke wIll sponsor the 13th tickets will be available at the GirlsLeap Year is here! Ape radio station (WARE)
annual Strawberry Queen door The freshman class is havinga will be on hand to spin plattersand Miss La Von Annette Collins, '
Pageant this :March 27 in con Sadie Hawkins dance give away free albums. daughter of Mr and Mrs.
junction with the Bradford Flea Market Sat, \ Friday. Feb. 27.from 8 p.m. to Admittance is $2 for singlesand Brady Collins of Starke and
County Fair to be held March ", midnight at St Edward's $2.50 for couples. Spyros Demetrius Drivas of
31. April 1 1. 2, and 3 March 6 :o :..1\ Parish Hall 441 N. Temple Come on girls, invite your Tampa son of Demetrius
The pageant will be open to By avenue.A favorite guy and enjoy a fun Drivas and the late Mrs
residents of Bradford County -,'" ... --.r disc jockey from the Big evening. Drivas of Athens. Greece,
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onlv Contestants must be Meth. Group 5 ;:.... were united in marriage
between the ages of 16 and 21\ Feb.6, at 7 in the
by the day of the pageant :Methodist Group Five will Mary Kaye Lewis, Alpha Nu of DKG Met Feb. 17 In LB, Friday.First Baptist Church p.m. of
March 27Kntrants have a Flea :Market Saturday Starke.
shall be judged on :March 6. from 9 a m to noon Alpha Nu chapter of Delta Teachers were present from Rev. Ben Bryant performedthe
natural beauty only This shall at the :Methodist court >ard Bob Dyal Wedding Kappa Gamma, honorary Lake Butler. Macclenny and nuptials in the presence of
be interpreted to include In case of rain the flea teachers society met Tuesday Starke. Those from Starke the bride's immediate family. .
figure. hair, face. personalityand market will be held in March 5Mr night in the Lake Butler Elementary were Kate Sheppard Mona Flanking the altar were two 'f
School with the Lake Canova Edna Hart. Muriel '
poiseJudging HallMiscellaneous
Fellowship baskets of white and pink
will be made on : items including : and :Mrs LB Lewis of Butler teachers as hostesses. Norman, Sue inkier, gladioli red and pink car / .
appearance in swimsuit clothing. dishes pots Alachua announce the Sandwiches, dips, salads Tommie Nolm Willie Mae nations white fuji -
evening gown sportswear and and pans jewelry rugs. engagement: and approaching cake cheese rolls nuts and Denton Adele Mitchell. baby's breath and pompoms lily of the _
street clothes patterns pictures, books etc marriage of their daughter. drinks were served from an :Marilyn Vellenga Della valley. In the background wasa
Entry blanks may be obtained will be available Mary Kave., to Bob Dval., son attractively appointed refreshment Rosenberg. Helen Johns heart shaped candelabra.
ofir "D table which carried :Maxine Gibson and Lucille
from Mrs Patsy : and Mrs B E >al of Richard Hunter. organist,
Welsh. \1261 Johns Dri\e. 964- Brooker out the Valentine motif. Payne. and Miss Lynn Sann>fur
lIi'2or\ :Mrs Chris Wilson. 410 The wedding will take place Miss Della Rosenberg, soloist both of Gainesville
Short St W4 8J10:! :Mr and :Mrs Robert Johns t"riday.tarch: 5. at 8 p m at president of the chapter con- several nuptial
Deadline for entries is and son Phil visited :Mr and the Brooker Baptist Church in ducted a short business session Claire Turner selections.presented
:March 17 with the pageant :Mrs Thomas lamb in Lake BrookerNo A new slate of officerswas The bride in ;
limited to 15 contestants Butler Sunday afternoon :.; invitations are being presented to the group Celebrates 16th marriage by her father given worea .2i1'
sent All friends and relativesof The program was Profes- white satin gown with Peter S
A the couple are invited to sional Awareness under the Birthday Feb. 26 Pan collar long lace sleeves
attend the wedding and reception direction of the Professional with lace cuffs empire lace
SWAR.MINGERMrES, Affairs committee. Miss Claire Turner waist and matching border of
Little Women's celebrated her 16th birthday lace at the bottom of the full
They( Look A Lot Like Ants With Wings) UDC To Meet Mar. Wednesday night when her length skirt. A satin beaded
>> Club To Meet mother, Mrs. Janet Turner cap secured her chapel length
If You're Not Sure. CaD Us At MiddletonsThe gavea family dinner party for train of illusion that was
Monday NightThe her. edged with a wide border of
W T Weeks chapter. Among the 14 attending lace. She carrIed a cascade of
FLOIIDAPHONE t D C'I ill meet Wednesday. Little Women's Club those from out-of-town were red and two shades of pink
964-5745 :. :March < at ::4'30 p m at the will meet :Monday Feb. 1 at 8 :Mr and Mrs. Brant Turner miniature carnations white ,
EST home of :Miss 1Iadgehd.: p.m. at the club house. Sandra and Miss Vicky Tuner of fuji pompoms baby's breath I
FREE INSPECTION \ ONtlOl dleton Reddish from Leila's Dress Gainesville :Miss Kay Turnerof and peek-o satin.A .
Mrs HC'rb Thomas and Mrs Shop will present a programon Jacksonville and R V. reception was held at the
DIAGNOSIS & ESTIMATE 5tcngl '9-8' aairarxa r A Knight are co-hostesses Fashions Turner of Belle Glade.JudyWhitehead. home oft the bride's parents In
the living room was an
arrangement of white pompoms 1
and baby's breath.
Standing in the receivingline
Clark Martin were the bride and groom,
TERWILLEGAR MOTORS her parents and the bride's
Wed Feb. 4 brother. Bernie Collins of
.
Boston Mass.lrs.: :Merrill
:Mr and Mrs Cecil R Dees kept the bride's book at a
Ford Whitehead of Kingsley Lake table which was covered witha
announce the marriage of white doily and held a single wedding cake decorated witha December for the bride.elect
their daughter. Judy to Clark white candle. garland of pink rosebuds, to meet his family
Martin: son of :Mr and :Mrs The bride's table was was topped with a bride and The bride is a l'Hi5\ graduateof
Sales ContestFINAL Bernard Martin of Deland. covered with an imported groom :Mrs Ervin Andrewscut Bradford High School\ and
The couple was married white lace cloth centered witha the cake graduated from the
Feb. 4 by Judge Elzie S. silver punch bowl and :Mrs Eugene Lee greetedthe lniTsity of t"lond,1ith a
WEEK Sanders in the presence of the flanked. b>' the bride'sbouquet t guests at the door :Mrs degree in Arts and Music' She
bride's parents and :Mrs The three tiered John Greene presided at the plans to teach music m Tampa
:Mary Ann Williams. punch bowl I and assisting! in where the couple is residingMr
IiiIi1D SEE CLYDE FOR SPECIAL PRICES Following wedding trip to Stork Shower For serving were :Mrs :M A Lee : Drivas is an architect
Chattanooga. Tenn. the coupleis and :Mrs Flovd Stewart employed with Daras
ON ALL NEW residing in Starke where Mrs. Waters The young couple traveledto ,Associates and Architects in
they both are employed at the Athens. Greece in Tampa.

Bradford County Hospital. February 13 -... .
CARS & TRUCKS

18 Years of Something Special in Quality & Service :Mr and Mrs. Bill :Mobley of Mrs. Wilbur Waters was ,I
Jacksonville visited her sister honored at a stork shower
:Mrs Tullie Norman last Feb. 13 given by Mrs: Linda
-t Thursday Johns street.at her home on Weldon

-:" ." A game was played by the 35
guests and a prize awarded. ru -
/ Smoked The refreshment table was
Dixie covered with an imported lace
Whole polyester cloth and centered
Crystal with an arrangement of blue i
r
Slab and green silk flowers. An

4 89 arrangement flowers graced the of buffet spring

SUGAR Among the guests were 1\Irs.
/ / FOOD SAVINGS I J-- R.A. Colson. mother of the :
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Limit With P* honoree and Mrs. JL Watersof f- .

C 5 Lb. Bag 10" Food Order f ttf +. Mrs Lawtey.J R. Reddish and Miss ton
Marla Reddish assisted in

serving Mrs. Waters was presentedwith u IL E HOr II I II Ii I
a personal gift from her COATING II i
U.S. Good U.S. Good U.S. Good Fresh hostess as a memento of the )F I
occasion. B tllis I

S I CUBEDSTEAK CHUCK I GROUND Eastern Star

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I STEAK STEAK Supper Feb. 28 Do It Yourself

Starke chapter 224 Orderof
the Eastern Star will havea Keep Your Horn Warmer In Winter, Keep Your, Home Cooler
covered dish supper DYTON Insulates r Summer
Saturday. Feb. 28. at 7 p m. in (You II Save Money On One Coat Cools
the Masonic Hall.
ikSee 3 Lb. & Up All Masons and their Healing Bills, and 8 To to DegreesOLIN'S
1k' t / r families are invited to attend Electricity Bills)
AllRICE ..
Dixie LilyFLOUR \. Lindy Cream

17Qz. $00 Mr. and Mrs. A.B. Whitehead MOBILE HOMEHwy
$149 4 Sr visited Johnnie 0
5 Lb Bag .tCORN Cans Dobbs and Mrs. Sam White- 100 W. Starke
6 Lb Baj;! I x< 79 : head in Lake Butler Sunday


U.S. Good All Meat < -p'

STEW ;. PEAS Lindy Sweet 4 '' $100 Super Garage Sale !

Cans
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(Crystal Lake Environmental Organization)


Saturday February 28th10 A.M. 4 P.M.


e e 3 Miles North of Keystone Heights On SR-100 Then _


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SAVE BIG ON: Furniture Appliances, Tools, Toys,

S Building Materials, Jewelry, Kitchenware, Clothes.

Plants Pictures You Name Itl!

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Toy nllUiIl ton lit Miss Florida -

I Teenager Finalist s Flowers Sentenced To 15 Years




talent There competition Is no swimsuit In the contest or- a For Threatening: To Dill Jude:

each contestant will
as '-' '-'
recite a l00..word essay on the I Vernon Houston Flowers a Judge Stephenson,
upon
Flowers was brought( before returned! the
he to
sub.iect. "What's Right With II / native of Polk County was cross examination by after was
America" Contestants will be w Mf : sentenced 10 15 years in prison Flowers' attorney, Assistant him on first appearance last Bradlord ('nun'v' Jail 1J1I.'rrecl."ivinJ
June and
that Flowers then
on Friday. Feb 20, as he ( his I l\yi.'lJr: sentence -
judged on scholastic achieve- returned Public Defender Vic Hulslan.del' told him that the letters were
menl leadership, poise per- to Circuit Court on that of Gainesville, said the written before he was sent to
sonality and beauly. r k day after he was found guilty letter also threatened in addition the Stale Hospital al Chatta
Winner of the Miss Florida on Wednesday, Feb. 18. in a to him, Flowers' former hoochee. My Neighbors

fate Pageant will receive a day.long trial on a charge of wife, her lawyer, and a social Adler Judge Sanders testified .
and written threats to kill.
scholarship, other prizes worker.
Hulslander the
agreed to .
an all-expense paid trip to He was sentenced by Circuit Judge Stephenson said that stipulation that Flowers had \
compete in the Miss National Court Judge H.A. Green. Jr. to the letters contend that "I took written the letters. Flowers
Teen-Alter Pageant In Atlanta/ five years In prison on Wednesday the children away from him" had entered of not
a plea
, VI. during AUlust.;( Feb. 18 with Flowers He testified that I wrote
!guilty: by reason of insanity
4 4It's 4M given credit for 250 days
e Miss Bullington a 16-year- Flowers a letter explaining prior 10 his case going to tria.
old senior at Bradford High Is served In the Bradford County the circumstances of the Flowers took the stand and

I sponsored by the Florida Jail awaiting trial. Judge children being awarded to testified that HI don't remem-
Green then placed him on ten
Bank
Rank Community Mrs. Flowers. her writing the lellers." He
Guaranty Federal Savings years probation provided that Judge Stephenson said that
, also denied writing the long
,1 J and Loan The Magic Needle he receive outpatient treat- the order restraining Flowers letter that he had heard Prosecutor .
Tov 1IIIIIIIII.Ion( United Farm Agency Bald ment from a hospital In the from visiting the children was 'ulch read into the

, win Chevrolet and Terwill- state. made by him on Aug. 26, 1971. record earlier In the trial.
Toy RuJJjn lon. daughter of egar Motors. After Judge Green discovered In a letter dated Aug. 6, 1973 The jury deliberated for 30 .. ti4"True
l\lr and Mrs J.R, that no hospital would
Bullinglonnf the judge received the first minutes before the .
Starke has! been selected to No Secret Any More take Flowers, Judge Green threatening letter from returning "

tJl' a finalist in the 1976 Miss ('ascie IlI1d 'Shl..ynn, left, are sharing amusing secrets as ordered him brought back to Flowers. gUilty fo'iowers.He verdict against love will find a way:"

Florida Teen-Ager Pageant ;!)j J 'YoJ now ihe.r discuss! the Junior Woman's Club Spring/ Fashion Show court and voided the original Bradford County Judge was taken back to Divb CVITAN! WALK A THON March 13
held 't'b. 27'2J! In Winter and sentence. flzie S. Sanders also testified
Pm'k. Spaghetti Supper upcoming( Thursday March: .. II was for four sion of Corrections shortly For More into See Story on Page 1
1\11' and Mrs. A.B. Whitehead "Sllrl// Fashions Old and New" wilt be shown Thursday necessary
Sr were Saturday night .night, larch I I. following the Spaghetti Supper al Ihe.IIIIIII' members of the Sheriff'sDepartment .
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs \\'.. % ('Iub of Starke to carry Flowers
BIRTHS Charles Whitehead and family Shi Lynn ('haff, Cassle Aulry and many others will model from his cell, then by patrol TERWILLEGAR MOTORS
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car to the courthouse and then
rioel. costumes and
In Jacksonville. Is spring/ fashions! from Eagle DeVane's,
f"I..r: Country Supply, Stumps, I.ella's, Slan's Roolery and carry him up to the second '
floor court room. Sheriff .. (
o.
"( ''SlY.Snl'II.'r; "
Mrs Hugh Stephens and Dolph Reddish, Chief ...,E:. ...
Deputy f.
Mr. and l\1 I" aC 1 A limited. .
rs. H.D. Fuga of daughter of Pensacola are p.m. amount of tickets viii be sold ,. !
Robert Lt. Glen Moore '
Green
l.a\\ll'Y announce the birth oft spending this week with Mr. "I the decor' .'01' advanced reservations call Judy Dukes 9647972 .
twins. Tht'resAnn/ and and 1\lrs. J.C. Stephens.Mr. : or ('lIrolvll ,\ulry !)HU-67HM. Tickets are 1'2,7S for adults and Deputy Steve Bachus it. f}. .':t... ;
carried Flowers into the _
Tlmolhy Allen barn F'eb,19 at trod '1.50 for rhlldren. "' -
N\S IInspllal. Grandparents; and Mrs. Palmer Smith courtroom. He was wearing f ..
are :\11'. and l\1rll H.l\1. Mata of Jasper and Mrs. Brenda Theressa Firemen Raise only his pants. Reddish and :" J.f '
Green held Flowers' ankles
and Mr. and l\1rs. .'.1.. Fugatt. Durham and daughters of while, Moore and Bachus held .,.. .. ....,. .
Sr.. all of I.awley. Live .. '
Oak were Sunday and Money With Fish Fry him 10 the floor at the $.'_ \ .
Monday guests of Mr. and
1\1rs. John n. Smilh. The fish fry supper held Saturday Ing held later that night the shoulders while Judge Green
IIt'I'I.\T...; 1U11I.t. : Feb. 21. to help raise local residents expressed announced the reason for the
('Li'lt IIESl'ITS: Kathy and Hobble Vnderill funds for the Theressa Volun- their interest in supporting a termination of one sentence 71 Ford Country Squire 71 Ford Squire Wagon
and then sentenced him 10 15
Three tied for first
l'nupll'S of the University of Florida leer Fire Department was a Volunteer Fire Department In
place nt Iuplicale Bridge spent the weekend with their big success thanks to the this area. years in prison. Wagon PS., Brakes & Air P.S. Brakes & Auto
Tuesday night : Mrs I.e'' grandparents. Mr and many people throughout the Two new members George Flowers was serving a five-
Green. and !Mrs .1.D. Odom.11' .1 H. Moncrief.Mrs. Mrs. county and surrounding areas L. "Tiny" Lovell, and John year sentence from Polk C3059A $79500 TN3005A $99500
:\ und !\Irs. Brian lIamilton atlt.'nding. Wayne Ht.'rsey were elected to County for shooting into an

and PI' and 1\lrs. Ari Watana.Arthurme (toward Neats The approximately 300 at- serve on the board of trustees occupied dwelling. He was

Blanchard and Ed honored at a luncheon Tuesday was- lending were entertained with for the Theressa Community placed on mandatory condi- 1972 Pinto Wagon 1970 Ford Wagon
Wmnrighlt're second and given by Mrs. David country and Western music by Those presently serving on the tional release after serving
lira Francis! und Rhea John- Montgomery and Mrs the "Brown Family" that live board of trustees are Rev. more than three years of his

loonI'fl' third 'ard Jockel at the home of between Theressa and Merle L. Packham chairman sentence. Flowers was TI593A $169500 M3058A $69500
miler, The guests included Hampton off SR18. : Earnest E. Triest Sr. arrested on June 12. 1975 by
members of Presbyterian During!! the business mpE't- and R M. Ht.'rsey, .Jr Bradford County authorities
the of written
on charge
circlet. 1\1rs. Nl'ats is leaving

:.b J lJ,... K..owI thIs weekend for Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Lawson Father Joseph Filzgibbon of threats First witness to kill. for the stale in 1972 Pinto Wagon
10 make her home visited relatives in Auburn- $149500TN2960A
New Guinea was Saturday the Flowers trial was Circuit
!Mr and Mrs\ Ted dale the first of the wl'l'k. visitor of Mr and 1\lrs. H.R. Court Judge Gunter Stephenson .
1I111111't'lldlOl' nf :Miami spent 1\1rs. J.B Caldwell visited Chism. of Winter Haven who
her sister, Mrs fosma: Tommy l\IcLendon of
the weekend Wllh Mrs. A.J. Tongue
several
testified of
Barry and family. l\Ir and in Fairfield last week.Mrs. Tallahassee hume for the Mrs. George Wilson of reeeiving

:\1I's 'K II Kramer and, Mrs..Jahn weekend.Ilr. Palmt.'rton Pa left Saturday letters threatening from to kill him.Flowers TERWILLEGAR
Palll.'rsnn. Myrtle/ Anderson spent after six weeks visit with her lk mmmJ]
of the letters
He read one to
Thursday and Friday with l\Ir. and Mrs. Arthur Aton of sister Mrs. Wilma Cox
and Mrs. ,John Anderson in Binghampton, N.Y. and Mr. the jury and prosecutor Mack
Paul G. Brown was in New MOTORS
Futch read 2:1: letter to
a
and Mrs Mark Local admittances to Bradford page
fork CltV several days. last t I'lIl1ahli n.Friends. Herlong of Jr
the Jury after Judge Stephenson -
.
\It'l.k husinl'ss .Jaekun'illeere Tuesday County Hospital this
nn .
excused witness.Judge
Mrs. A G. Loudon and of 1\11' and Mrs. visitors of 1\1rs. WF. Herlong. week include: 1\1rs. Lucia was Stephenson as a told of 706 W. MADISON 964-7200

:\Irs. Grady lJ\l'rslrl'l.'l attended Cll.'l'monl Bllier w ill regret 10 Thomas Mrs. Florida Bald- wife
a hair styling show al hear of the death of his father.Joseph 1\11' and Mrs George! rlOC, William Schultz, Lloyd granting and Flower's her a 18 Years of Something Special In Quality & Service We Service What We Sell

the I hit on hotel in ..larksonvilk Bl7il.'r. who died Feb.Jl I lIug ins returned last Thursday Barnum Mrs. Leona English, divorce of their granting children at custody a-
Sunday : : in QlIl'hl' Cllnada. Mr.Ririer from a weeks visit with l\Irs Ruth Ll'l' 1\lrs. Edna
returned l Sunday after 1Iiand Mrs Lenox Cox In Williams Mrs. Julia Thomas, hering in Bartow in 1171.

IInhhll' BlIl'ksdllll' and !Miss locla\'s visit, with his father in Marv\'illl'. Tenn. and also inGallinburg. Joseph Warren William NNNN/...............................NNMNN-BN

Diane Lewis fl' IIumholdl.TI'nn. Clnadll.Irs. Tenn. Glenn Sr., George Strickland
are spending( several Ralph Goodge and Leon
weeks with I\Irs !and Mrs. : ('.". Locke of Wildwoxi Miss Lillian Slump. :Mrs Dicandio Jr.. Starke: 1\1rs. Fit for a palace
11111)1'1 t Hm'ksdllll' Miss Lewis spent Saturday with Louise Kite and 1\Irs. Joyce Alice Bogue and William
will also visit, her lather In :\Irs. W II. Marl and sisters Bahl'rd were in Tampa Saturday Hammond Hawthorne: Lester -
Orlando' and took her molhl.'r. :Mrs.Strickland and Sunday attending an Hiatt and Mrs. Hl'ita
L.W. home with American Cancer meeting. Walker, Keystone Heighls:

:\11' and\ :Ais..1l H Vainrighl her alter II "l'l'ks'islt.. 1\Irs. Geraldine McCallister Card games extra guests, big parties crafts
and :\1rs. ('hlll'll'sI 1\Irs. Bessie Fa'lon of Waldo: 1\Irs. 1'hl.'lma Grimes and hobbies picnics you'll find a hundred ,
I Uarhy III Slinkl' !\II' and :Mlrs..Inlet Last 1 Tuesday Mrs. C.W. Gainesville was !Monday visitor Brooker: 1\1rs. Clotie Nt.'w. uses for these handsome portables
.' "l'dIIlSIlS uf th I 'ange BI'usll'\ of f lllnl'S'illl.'isited of her sister Mrs Vl'rgle man : Mrs. Gladys
Willie Samsonite" I
Park mill fir: ;illlltII's.: eneSlh ht'rsisil'rsat t Ihl' home of !Mrs.V.II. Flynn. Carter, Carter, Law teyMrs. by
"" % III IIIK'lor's 'Inlet at.Iendtd \ 1I1Ift. All six' sisters were Comfortable, contoured chair backs. y'
1 I the (Guy lannharduhnw "Igthl'r11'5.: lIarlIrs.! 1\1rs. KW. Hayes visited J C. Vining of Palalka 15' width fully padded seats.
at I tho ('ivie i .lugdoriurnun BI'.sll'1lrs.. Edith Chris- :\11' and 1\Irs. L.A'. Weekly infk'ala visited Mrs. LD. Vining last Easy open/close slide leg locks. d I

SIIIUI.I iy altt"'llIIlIlI. I illlsl'n.Irs.! Ella !Moody.Mrs. Sunday Tuesday Washable vinyl top and upholslery. f
: L.W. Strickland and !\Irs.PI'lrI -- --
------ Baked enamel frame finish.
Out uf town guests LlI the ( ('olson.Mrs. .
These in
portables are available a 30"1130"tabletop
f'uIlIllS'Wi'IH'Idliing' 't'b.
It \\1'1'1'11's.: Jean/ Stewart.Mlrs : Vivian Harley and son Gulf Moody'sGulf size: and in Antique Gold moss
: ":11.1: FI'I'I'lIl.In and Mfr: flank.. of :\Il'rritt Island spent green or danish walnut vinyl, colors No home-
mill11'1': 1Valu'r hunter flfiunt' the weekend with her parents.Mlr or palace-should be without them I

( !'\ the and11': MId :Mrs and 1\Irs. Barney !McRae.Mr .

.I.H'k ('amplwII I I of ,.lacksnn'lie -
I : and 1\Irs. Howard Station Table $1895

!Meyer ,'isittodIr.: and 1\1rs. 6
1\11' and :\II'S. 'Iloyt flukes Jima v !Meyer and d.lughler. Samsonit
and\ lam II\' ul Hos"inJass.: Allison, in Jacksonville over 964-6314 N. Temple A"e.

'\1'1'1' weekend'' IlIlosls of :MfrsK the "I''kl'nd.11' Chairs $1395
,: (' pukes
: anti :\Irs. !Mac RaId..innllll1th'd General Repairs Cornflakes to cocktails!

:\ll'snnl, IlIt'nhl''k flfH.'l'lin. I the Silver Spurs From breakfast counter to rec room bar these
reMil'1 in Kissimml'l' over the
(Germans Is spending +y Celebrity CounterMales'' by Samsonite" are the
weekend lIt which :Miss'
sew era, I w l'l'ks w Ith her lion.1 n.
law mill d.llIjZhlt'I'. Dr and America was u gUl'sl. Brake Work versatile stools for every occasion And from

Mrs n.w Wlliffl.'n. Jean cornflakes to cocktails they'll carry you

\\lnfft'n ut' FSl' iamed the Jimmy Lawson has been a Tune Ups ?e through lots of good times and come up beautiful
patient.. In North: Florida
Inv the weekend.Mr _
lamely Padded washable vinyl swivel seat
Regional hospital the past
Motor Overhaul Versatile 24-30" height adjustment
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week.Mrs.
: IInd11': ''. .A Russell
:\ul'l1an1'1'1' 111 Melbourne Strong all-sleel base and legs
Saturday where :\lI'S.\ :Norman'; : It I' 1\ld.l.'ndon has retm.Ot'd Front End Work Stu rdy wide leg-span base
ended the SI"ll' Dlslricl V from five \\t'l'ks'Isit
an Handsome decorator colors
meeting! ul the Delta "lIppai..IIlIl1a with her brother and family.Mr Lawn Mower Repairs
in BOO finish, base
: and :\Il's. toy Cogdtll
( Soctely
KI1"\ ille. Tl'nn.II'! Cogdill( "
:Miss nt'mlll' Winkler of FSl'' returned with 1\Irs. l\1d.t.'ndon Open 6 Days A Week 8 To 5 /-
for several weeks visit with ; .
wits home for the weekend.Mrs. 95
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:Miss (Lillian Slump and :Mrs.luhn .
W ,1"0llh her mother :\Irs. : "i'1f-
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visited! Itl.un Staring' and family and :\Ir We Now Operate The .

and Mrs. Aubrey Thomas In
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Panama City Monday( 10 Vdnesday
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I Union Commission Asks For More Racing Revenue Straight A Students ......... 1


LAKE( BUTLER Realloea to provide the county with the than the school board occupied County: state legislators here going to happen," Maines told IFrnm Page Ik Hand
tion of race track tar t revenues bulk of the $4lt>,5IM) rather the attention of Union Monday night, the legislators, writing Larry is also a of Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Gullionof
I I The legislators indicated Senator Saunders noted that ra. member of the BHS tennis Lawtey, studies advanced
I they don't approve of school race track funds were not a squad clothings art. physical
boards or county commissions drop in the bucket In larger Cindy Gissy, daughter ofMr. education algebra n.
receiving any racing tax counties and seemed surprised and Mrs Joe Gissy of biological science and speech:

e funds. that the funding should Starke. graduated followingthis Carolyn Roller, daughter of
J Speaking for the Union have such an impact in Union grading period and is now Mr, George Rollerof Starke
County Commission, attorney County. attending St Johns River is taking typing mathanalysis
Hundreds of Super Buys inCE Hal Y Maines asked Senator "I question leaving race Junior College Information of physical education

and TV! Bob Saunders and Representatives track funds in any school system her schedule was not biological science, speech and
MAJOR APPLIANCES Sidney Martin and It has a disequahzmg available. shorthand.Five .
George Grosse to change the effect, If we abolished race Twelth grade straight A ninth graders earning
Why Trawl Mile.To Buy Your TV or RpplUmc ff-4" percent split now track funds, we could abolishad honor roll also includes: highest marks during the past

When You Can Now Buy H.r. Rfc Horn For!.... Find Now O.l favoring the school board to a valorem taxes," Senator Nelda Mosely, daughter of six weeks are:
6040 Saunders told the Mr and Mrs Lloyd Mosely of Baldwin
percent ratio wherebythe group Dwayne son of Mr,
FREE DELIVERY and In Home Service
county would receive Starke; Raymond Muir, son of and Mrs Jerald Baldwin of
more of such revenues The Speaking for the Union Mr. and Mrs Robert Muir of Starke. is taking physical

move would net the county County Teachers Starke; Virginia Talcott, education, conversational
r -:-- BIGFAMILY $<><>,975 and cost the school Organization, teacher Jim daughter Mr. and Mrs. C,D. Spanish, science, geography,
hoard the same amount. Galloway urged the legislators Thornton of Starke, and Judy English; I and algebra II
to leave the funds in education Thomas daughter of Mr, and .
Aides for Senator Kenneth'Buddy" saying that budget Mrs Glen Thomas of Hampton Alan Hicks son of Mr and
: cuts mean a "reduction of Schedule information for Mrs. Olan Rowe of Starke
SIZE McKay Bill Andrews and Representative who- force" in the schools. these students was not studies civics. general
Saunders again said he was available science, physical education,
:-------h were Maines absent listened as attorney prepared to remove all race Juniors making all A's business, algebra II and
1 explained that the track and impact funds from during the third six weeks English I I.
school board
.fl L ;1 2 Door Auto Ref. taxes to make can levy the deficit more public school due to a lack of t dz are: Todd Ashlme. son of Mr and
but the up uniformity in their distribution. Nancy Hildreth, daughter of Mrs. Victor E Ashline of
i( mow, While They Last reached its county in has almost for Mr. and Mrs, II.R. Hildreth of Starke Is taking t English I I.
cap millage y.
1 .. Kmgsley Lake is taking agriculture geography,
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county funding ... American History modern science, algebra I and

"We don't want to be penalized Deer Released humanities geometry, physical: education
Union County School Super- ( for having a millage research and writing, and Monique Gravel daughterof
ONLY intendent Jimmy Cason an- lower than the maximum," human physiology Nancy is Mr. and Mrs, Yvon Gravelof
swered that such a move Cason said, asking if school In Lawtey Reserve also a teacher's aide Starke. is studying: algebraI

r:1: wit 258GAS would transfer almost $70,000 boards might still be granted Kathy Teston, daughter of English: 1 I. geography,
I from the school board into the special permission to issue County Judge Elsie Sanders Mr and Mrs. J E, Teston of physical: education general l
: county till. He also said that bonds on current race track releases one of nine deer Starke, studies American science and home economics

rdsr the school board could not funds moved to the Lake Butler history, shorthand, com Marlene Dawson, daughterof
replace the lost funds through Rep Grosse cautioned game reserve north of La\ Icy munications and expressions Mr. and Mrs. James Lovettof
local taxation. against long-term indebtedness last Friday. Seven does and typing II and bookkeeping. Starke. studies algebra 1 I.
on the basis of the race two bucks were brought to he Kathy is also a teacher's aide typing, modern science,
"We need relief The county track funds while Saunders reserve from Cape Kennedy to and a cheerleader civics, English I and physical
is in trouble and if we don't get flatly said he would not allow help stuck the reserve for next Sophomores earning education
Ill'lpe don't know what's approval of such bond issues: v ear's hunting/( season straight A's during the third
Eleven of Bradford High's
+ or ELECTRIC grading period are: 1.173 students have earned all
MicheGullion, daughter A's during the first three six(,
Citation Against Pathologist Dismissed weeks grading periods

Freshman Dwayne Baldwin .

(0 "" S COMPARE After Judge Hears ExplanationA Hospital . II Roller. Sophomore and Seniors Carolyn Teresa


AT contempt citation againstDr car overheated. Goldin said them that he was enroute to (Prom Page I 11 1 Devore. Cindy Edwards; ,
A Cindy Gissy Clara Johnson
I !Melvin W. Clark dismissed ,
was that Dr Clark arrived in testify and then changed cars
mously approved 1 by the board Robin Milnt-r. Nelda Moselv'.
Thursday Feb 19, Orlando at approximately 4 He said he had '
no
\ disrespectfor and will arrive at the hospitalon Thomas. Laura K Thomas
7'/ Judy
$22995 after Circuit R.A
Judge p m on Monday. Feb 16, butit the court
March 1 I. The doctor will do and Larrv'hltt' had .
R Green, Jr heard the Gainesville continually
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; V was too late to testify He Judge Green said that
his own billing for radiology earned honor gradesthroughout
pathologist's explanationof said that Dr. Clark and his
because of the delay in Dr.
? MODEL.J300R services, a practice that the school
his late arrival to yearOf
testify in wife had intended to return to Clark's arrival it was necessary -
should hold down bad debts.
lasteek's Velma Covington/ Orlando immediately after to recess the trial for the approximately t 1.2MI( )
Hdmoiul.son: said The last
NOW murder trial. testifying on that day But almost four hours Tuesday. students at Bradford High,
The show cause order was because the trial was recessed Feb. 17. and when the trial radiologist was paid a percentage another: students earned allA's

ONLY $158./1 served on Dr. Clark after he until the next morning he was resumed it was again necessary told the ot board.Aneslhesist hospital. prohls, he and B's during the third
arrived to testify at the Cov- rescheduled to testify at about to delay the trial for Ron grading period and are as
I ington murder trial more than 8:45: on Tuesday, Feb. 17. more than an hour in the afternoon also and Douglaswas follows
seven hours late approved contracted
on Tuesday.Feb Dr. Clark indicated that he ,
( 17. did not start his testimonyuntil for a year at a guaranteed SKMOKS::';
annual salary of Lee Ashlme. Laura Box
Dr Clark was represented after 10 a m on Feb 17
at the hearing by Gainesville after spending the night in Legislators $25200. ( ) Douglas will provide Susan Bvers, Leslie Carlton
24 hour, se\t'n-da\ service to Randall! Crews Denise
Attorney! Selig Goldm Orlando, and left for Gainesville -
the hospital with the except ion Devore Scott Hicks (Cynthia
YES WE FINANCETAKE immediately after he was
Goldin said that Dr. Clark excused in Orlando. Advise Union of t"ol't'ks vacation, one Jackson Alicia Jackson
was served with a subpoena week educational leave and Jennifer Jockel, Kathy Locke
He said that he had to
UP TO 36 MO. TO PAY or served on him (Friday Feb. 6 several times to add water stop to (From Page I II) one weekend per month when :Margaret/ Ann Norman
and the next day. Feb. 7, he the radiator of the car on his computerizationhich would the hospital will provide Scott Pooser Hosie
was served with a subpoenafor way back. cost the taxpayers thousandsof emergency operating coverage Richardson, Shc>lia Sapp,
90 DAYS SAME AS CASH the Covington murder trialin On arrival in Gainesville dollars. He said a 947 Board member Kill Dodd Gerald. Simmons, Jacqueline
Starke to testify on Tues- Dr. Clark said he had his book of rules from voted against the contract Smith. Guy Stalnaker
SAWYER SLADE dav Feb. 17 secretary call Starke to notify Tallahassee at a cost of S47 because of the amount of the Darlene' Stancil, Sherrie
He presented to the court and the information in the rule salary Starling H illard Wilde and
copies of a bill from a book would cost the county Douglas will pay his own Linda \\'illiamsHMOIts.
APPLIANCE mechanic who worked on DrClark's Zoning Board about $40,1HH)() in switching insurance and will also do his ,
tar enroute to testify from own billing for professional .
964-7701 Madison in Orlando. The trouble involved no computerization to services, Lucy Bradley. Susan Edwards .
Starke 322 W. I From Page It such an advanced system Rdmomlson: told the
the radiator and the board Eoline: Green, Zedra
the east side of Bayless High- Saunders promised relief It's a higher rate than we Hamilton. Ruth llaen Robin
way across from the Willard for Croft and tax assessors have been paving, but the Hood, Helen Lee. Lisa :Mil
Gaskins farm. from other smaller counties board didn't have much to hell, Lynn Moxlev.. Briar
The board indicated its dis- which could not feasibly come choose from," said board Patrav Tonga Patrick, John
approval of two new rezoning under the rulebook. Samons and :Mimi Scott.
A POLICY STATEMENT FROM: member Bill Dampier in cast-
requests, although the owners Saunders also said that ing an aye in the ::1-1 vote
were advised that they had the mandating SOI'llOMOIUSMark :
computer usage by Dodd was elected to serveas .
right to advertise for a hear. small counties was "idiotic." Box. :Matthew Box.
chairman of the board in its
if they so desired. The John Cooper Christina
ing and pledged to remind the organizational for the
indicated there would Faston: I Denise Gissy1'olonda
HAROLD DAVIS owners I DOR that its purpose was to coming year. Outgoing chairman
be no use to hold a hearing in assist and monitor tax activities George Shuford will he Hernandez. Valerie
view of the board's announced not supervise.The vice-chairman and Inez Green Jones. 'fl'rrIundorf:
Manager disapproval. retained Brenda Prevatt Christie
secretary.treasurerresponsibilities
These requests were from City of Worthington Redding Karen Reddish
by unanimously -
'. Lewis Van Syckel for rezoningone Springs also brought up the Chuck Register Linda
motion.
F passed
} STARKE BRANCH acre on left of US-301! question of state interventionin Turning to of Richardson, Kenny Rodnguc
expectations
.... south of Crosley subdivisionfrom city affairs in looking for the beginnings of contraction Cana Schnutt, PnscillaStalnaker.
I: RlCtoMS (industrial\) money to pay for mandated of a new wing t on the hospital Kathy Taylor and
-iIt of small Donna Thornton.
; permit operation a comprehensive planning within the coming year, the
welding shop; and Lizzie Rep. Martin informed the board voted to relinquish

I ., GUARANTY FEDERAL Sullivan's request for rezon- group that he would recommend $168000 in promised federal KKSIIMKN: :
ing of three-quarters of an matching t funds for matching funds. The project, Gladys Avers, Ricky
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONWHAT acre east of Hampton, from smaller communities to con which has been planned for Carroll VickieCorbitt.! Trace
OR to RIC to permit place- form with the planning act It two years, has also risen in George. Marcia Goodge
'. ment of another mobile homeon will cost the community of cost during planning stages :Nelson (;ret'n'nthI8

!. .. the site Worthington $12-15000 to Another application for fed- Griffith. Deborah Harper
The board approved the completea basic plan he said. eral matching funds will be Carlos Hernandez, Sharon
DOES IT TAKE TO KEEP OUR of B, Walling for
petition Baily filed for about $250,(KM in Hobbs, Linda Johns. Belinda.
rezoning one acre on west side Grosse agreed that many order to meet new cOl18truc.hon Kilbv, Debra Kite,
of US-301 two miles north of times the state mandated Richard Milner
COMMUNITIES ROLLING? IT TAKES MEN estimates. Discussion of Melanie
Starke from EA to BR 3 1 I.t to action without thinking of the matter last month :Morris Patricia Mullins

AND MACHINES-AND IT TAKES allow construction and oper smaller communities which revealed conclusions that fin- Jeffery Norman Michael
MONEY. ation of a retail grocery and would be hard-pressed to Prescott. Dale Rogers Lori
ances were not available to
,
vegetable market. comply match Shinn. Pamela Stalnaker
the
THAT'S WHERE WE COME IN. MONEY YOU which would original not split grant expenses :Nellie Trimm, :Marvin Tyson

fifty-fifty but would Irene \\ainwriflht. Brian

SAVE WITH US GOES BACK INTO YOUR cause the county to bear Whitney. Sylvan Williams
mpi&ilrho almost two-thirds of projected Donald Wilson

COMMUNITY IN THE FORM OF HOME construction In other costs.
action, the board
Sate voted to move $10,(XX) in pass- 2 ScholarshipsTo
LOANS AND EVERY DOLLAR WE LEND New Shipment book savings at Guaranty
(Federal to a certificate of

CREATES THREE ADDITIONAL DOLLARS IN BLACK /"(;.( deposit for one year in order to Be AwardedFernandina
earn more interest The board

ECONOMIC ACTIVITY. OUR COMMITMENTTO \ MOLLIES \ also voted to renew $10,ooo of ( Beach, Florida.
::/\ $25,000 in savings at Community February 23. 1976 ITT
W t. State Bank for a year instead Rayonier announced today
HOUSING CREATES JOBS AND p O $1 1 00 \ '\y \ of six months, also to that the Foundation again
FOR Iv earn more certificate interest award scholarships: to two
INCREASES THE DEMAND FOR GOODS AND Administrator (Kdmondson: outstanding high! school
00 also reported that $15.o H) in seniors in the Florida
SERVICES. COMMON GUPPIES 5Fo 1 certificates was on hand at operating area. The an
Florida Bank nouncement was made by
The board set its next regular Ernest P. Davis resident
BLUE GOURAMI 49 meeting for March 10 at 7 manager of ITT Rayonier.
.o.' EA. p in Southeast Timber DIvIsion.
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Hall Hurls .www Joe Lazenby Earns. State Wrestling Go r r,1,/PSANDTRICKS. Dixie Youth Program Now Registering I

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5-Hit Win WINTER PARK Joe Erie Bugs' won two matchesin The Tornadoes scored 21 If you are hungry when Starke Recreation Department Monday and Wednesday.March .
Lazenby was runner-up in the the 136 pound class over points to come in 13th place of you board your flight, sit is now registering for its 8 and 10, from 3:30:
149 pound class and qualifiedfor Sanders of Seminole on a deci- 58 teams that participated in near the !galley. It is forwardin 1976 Dixie Youth Baseball p.m. to 5 p.m. at the Pratt
Over Rams the state wrestling meet at sion 82. He also defeated the regional tournament first class and aft In econ- Program. Street Field. Only those 9-
the regional wrestling tournament Kishlock of Panama City omy. Generally, passengers/ year-olds that are capable of
held on Friday, Feb. 20, Rutherford) by a score of 4.1 in seated closest to the galleyare Registration is open to all playing at this level will be
A young Bradford High Tornadoes and Sat.. Feb. 21, at Lyman a lively bout. GIVE 'EM THEBASICS served first. children ages 10-12 To be eli- chosen.
Baseball Team broke High School here. gible, a child must turn at
:
even in its first two games of Lazenby was defeated in the He was defeated in the next : If you are sensitive to least 10 years old before
the season losing to the rugged finals by Pete Coffman of round by Thomas Parker of noise, choose a seat next to August 1, and must not attain Regular practice sessionswill
Buchholz Bobcats 11-0 on Fri Orlando Bishop Moore High Jacksonville the winner of the i. t, 13 years of age prior to August begin March 13 Sessions
in front of the
regional by a score of 61. or wings. Jet 1976. will be held each Monday.
day Feb. 20. in Starke and defeating School on a 5-1 decision. The 1.
noise travels back from the
Chilson said Thomas has also Wednesday and Friday afternoons -
the Eastside four wrestlers in each
in Rams 6.4 top won 25 matches in a row engines and Is louder in the A special try-out for 3:30: 5:30: pm.:
Gainesville class for the
Tuesday, Feb. weight qualify aft section. children aged nine will be held
24. state tournament to be held at
r Winter Park High School on .! = 5 -"'- -
.rc' _
A youthful Bradford High Friday Feb. 27,and Sat.. Feb.
Baseball team ran into the 28.Coffman was undefeated in DeWitt Jones
redhot Buchholz Bobcats Fri 25 matches, according to BHS Diet, pernin ;'

day,Feb. 20.as Steve Shackle- Andy Crews came from Wrestling Coach Roger Chil- I r
ford pitched a one-hit shutoutas behind to lead BUS netters son. BUILDING CONTRACTOR Funeral Home

the Bobcats won 11-0 in the over Green Cove Springs. Sl /. Ctifi.J
opening of the
for the game season The pincer claw of an adult CUSTOM
lone Tornadoes.The hit off.the BHS Tennis king crab can easily crunch 496-2185'' STARKE PHONE 364-62OO
rugged
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through a broom handle. A RENTALHOSPITAL
Shackleford came in the really large adult, with COMMERCIAL ..
bottom half of the BEDS. WALK-EJfS WHEELCHAIRSfk
ning when fourth in- Ladies walking legs two feet long, hasa HOMES CONSTRUCTION CRUTCHES
catcher Jackson SplitBradford
span of about five feet and
Prevatt the no hitter.singled to break up can weigh 25 pounds. COUNTRY HOME CENTER. LAKE BUTLER. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 473-3176:
High tennis ladies - -- .L-: ;=>> _
Jeff Jockel was the startingand got a taste of both the good __.._ ___ ._ _ -_ n .-0 .
losing pitcher with relief
and the bad last week In actionon
help from Richard Hall in the
Gainesville
sixth inning the Bobcats courts, stomp-
as
pushed over six big runs. afternoon ing Eastside and 6-1 losing Wednesday a hard q

The game was called after one 4-3 Friday to Gainesville
thesixth inning which permitsthe High. rrG FEBRUARY
umpires to call the &
game "We needed this win," said
time after five
any innings coach Melba Howard of the :
have been when
played one Eastside win, which broughtthe
team gets ahead of the other
lady netters to a 2-1 standing -
one by ten or more runs. in district play.

Top seeded Jennifer Jockel
Behind the five-hit
pitchingof
Richard Hall the Tornadoeswon walked away with an easy 8-2
its first of the base- victory in her match, as Lynn tift
game family centers
Pierce and Ruth Hazen also
ball season by outscoring the
Value
Eastside Rams 64. won with a score of 8-1 each. Packed
Number four player Pam
Hall went all the way to pick

up five batter the hits win walked allowing four four hit runs a, Tucker of Donna the Samons suffered day, finishing beat the only her GHS loss 28. (](] J01l110 t:5tJ: (! Jf][;

and struck out nine for

an excellent pitching performance opponent) In doubles 83.play, Jockel and SHOPPING

to a big give boost.the young Tornadoes Pierce teamed up for a U. S. 301 S. CENTER Starke Fla. BARGAINS

Dmkie smashing win,while Hazen
Kilby.
Charley
and Samons had to work a
Revels Randy Corbm and
little harder to take honorsin
top
Jackson Prevatt each had two
a 9.8 tie-breaker.
hits to lead the Tornadoes'nine
hit assault on the Rams "Gainesville was playing
without their number one girl
slowball specialist Ace Ross.
and we should have beaten
The Tornadoes led 6-3
going
"
into the bottom of the seventh them, commented the disappointed I / Ir
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coach after the BHS I
inning which in high school is I I
ladles took their third loss of
the final inning. Hall struck .
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the season at Gainesville l'
out the first two batters. Then "Gayety"PAPER
High
he hit a batter and the Rams Standard Single drop side crib with
Pierce and Hazen
got a double which scored the again double.action button catch
run. Hal 1 then walked the next showed strength. in 8-5 wins in BABY CRIB I release White or simulated TOWELS
the hard fought
singles
two batters to load the bases, play Walnut finish Mattress is
but Jockel succumbed for extra
but then he struck out the final a 7-9
man to the Tornadoes the loss on Friday afternoon. '.. 120 2-ply towels. Assorted
victory give 64. Samons and Tucker also lost $ 9 7 r- : color borders.

The Tornadoes have three in singles play. 5112 J :3 8 I I I I

away games starting with a Jockel and Pierce, CoachHoward's EACH
most consistentteam

game Thursday against Palatka Feb. 26,Centralon at 7:30: in doubles, played play.to an Hazen 8.5 victory and ., e@, *!xrr ..:!:'t." ndardSlz8 PAM) :I;1 2 ROLLS

p.m. in Paljtka Eastside "\' !-.. CRIB t
Samons couldn't manage to ".. .! ( MATTRESS '
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defeated Palatka Central last '
put down their tough GUS .J"I"" $. \ ,
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week 7-6 opponents in a 3-8 loss. '., ,'" I ry N'+W iA. rw: 36-Coil m 13 Oz. 'I-
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On Friday. Feb. 'Z'the Tornadoes "I'm disappointed in this -Innerspring I $897 Size .. rol feu" "J-! LIMIT. O"Gayety" /
travel to Green Cove :
loss. We are not playing con- -Printed Vinyl Cover :::=_..
to the Blue
Springs play 10
sistent ball. Lynn Pierce is LIMIT 2 -
Devils in a game scheduledfor her
playing best and has
4 p m. Both teams have shown strength in all the '
La 't '
been Bobcats.defeated by the Buchholz matches," Coach Howard SWINGOMATIC SWING loot \ I I

Tuesday. March 2, the Tornadoes said.The lady netters face Lake ,

travel to Lake Butler City this afternoon (Thursday. IS minute safety swing orb'
for a 4 p.m. contest with the Feb. 16)at 4 p m. on the courtsat mechanism Sturdy frame with 9 7' .peTerson
undefeated Union County Starke Golf and Country washable nylon scrim seat non- BATHROOMfW ",
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Herb Herres manager of The second hole at the ) ply sheets per roll. Assorted
the Starke! Golf and Country Stark Golf and Country Club CREST TOOTHPASTE colors 1 ; 1
Club has announced that anyone for this contest will be markedoff St '
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The contest will be in con- EA. \ 3W :*ttrt rnj/:
function with the Greater On Winning

Jacksonville Open which this
year will be held at the Deer- Team
wood Country Club in Jacksonville Volleyball Golden "T" -'-.. Golden "T"

.March. 18.21.

All clubs in the Greater Debbie and Carolyn Gomes BRUSH & ROLLER

Jacksonville area will have and Donna Page, all of Brad- WALL C
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There will be no entry bers of the winning Florida CLEANER
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course this weekend will be God Volleyball Tournamentin Mit

eligible for prizes. Gainesville, Georgia Sat., PAINT j HOMOGENIZED FIAT (alllill Cleans hard or fresh paint from
Ilerres said that a 15-f oot Feb 21, and Sunday Feb. 22. brushes and rollers. Works on
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Anyone who should get a They will participate in the .
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bile. Those nearest to the hole Texas. Winner of that tourna-
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the f't'b. 17 meeting of the DwavneIday.. my son To End Slate 16 5
fished!
Bradford RassmastE'rs wt' Kevin' and myself all +
: voted in Eddy: Bryan and Lake. Kerr last wwk. Kevin f

James' "BUl'k' :Norman: as landed his first bass u I 'Rp.l P At two minutes Foresl's big
new dub members "1 was glad when it ended"
'c
the hall
brought don
had lola I of J.t bass man
We a
Wt' would like welcome said Coach Mike Sexton of
low and BITS took it
away
the landing
back to
Ilt'nll' got
Eddy and James as Hawg \I Saturday night's rambunc- Baker drove for the BITS bas
hunters and wish them success tious scramble with Forest
a. they seek out the moot I understand WT Smith High in Ocala from which his ket but floor ended with up three sprawled on
his wife to fish the next the Wildcalplayt'rs
wants
unpredictable fish that "Tht'HJu'k _- Tornadoes escaped with a 41 under the BUS basket
hl' look her
tournament says
Hass 'few days ago : 40 victory. No foul was called: the off I.
bass fishing a
The \Iarl'h: tournament will ?
and she put it on him Smith ) "The officials allowed the cials claimed Baker was not
lot' held &II Hodman Pool onSaturday. .
to from touchl'! Coach Sexton
said "Ill' was sure hl' could game gel away protested
March: JI: All hoats
hl'r." them Coach Sexton put it.Forest to no avail.
will launch al KE'm\xx! landing whip
Coach Ron Nealis the
See al K'nwII(1l! Forest brought ball
ou
III I 8.31): a m sharp and } apologized to the two Ocala down five men to four for

return for weigh-in at 8.30 Bass\\ shE's. officials after the game for the BITS with Baker still on the

pm :Ned: Crawford conduct of his players flair at the BlIS l'nd. Tyrone
Hodman is very clear lit the The visiting Tornadoes took Young drove for the basket

present time {'Il'ar watl'rl'I'l'atl's UC Girl Nt'ut'rs IIl'IuU..d. lligh thincladv open the 1\176\ season. tomorrow (Friday. Feh. 211 when they meet a six point 38-32. lead into the BIIS' Ross defended! prevent

a problem for clear I.aineill 1; eu the. Tornado. oval, fourth period but barely managed Ing Young from scoring his
midday ''Ishmg To'ml1 nn'niherare I.rl : to hold onto the advantage lavup, but drawing a foul

Earl: :Muse located says hE' has those Drop 2 :Matches Kneeling: 1111\ neClark, like Sherman, Freddie Bell, John 1.t'\I I lc,and, :\1alhl'w Box, /;! in the roughhousing contest Young missed his first foul

11.1WGS and plans to ,....lInlll.U\I : Kenneth ('ru g..r.J oh II Tatum: and IonaldW'tlcon. Charging after the Tor. shot but made the seeond.
move forward in the pointstandings Smith, Frank ('rt''''', Keith bulled! ahead i foul
1.1I\llmlt: llil'k.1111.; SS a1ne S'ulI( UichardIiln..r: Bobby nadoes, Forest One \technical I was
The Union County Tigers FullKuik. "IIIIingt'r, lIil'llard I.ahll'. and Ihl\id Carter. closing to within one point, 40- called on IUIS' Willis Berry
II E 11'iggins and H Fllrvanl girls tennis team dropped two 39, with 1:31 I : left who asked: an official I, 'Whydon't ,
hold dawn the top two matches to \Ial'llllil Santa Fe
The BITS defense hung on. call something"after
IInllInda: \'. Feb 23.5-2 and ----- Tornado Five you
I, on TopSeededIn refusing to allow Forest a I Baker went to the tlor"All
positions since the first Tlil'sday. Feb 24. Ira\'elll'! 10 From a hospital elosE'.in shot. Arms stretched right/;! I will," replied
tournament started last ('hll'fland and lost 7-1 newsletter: "Mrs. C spent a as high as the shorter Tornadoes the official, and called the
:\Iarlnn I week in Fort Smith, \rk.
\lIIw"l Walmsley was the could reach BIIS prevented technical on Willis Berry
only winner for the Tigers in :Must 01 her lime was spent District 5-3A Tourney the pass In 10 the two Forest missed the free throw\

Pal \\'l'kh says it is high the match with the ('hi'fland pll Illg bride a g.II11hlch tall Wildcats, Jod: Rainl'S or 'Bolh ball dubs had OPpUl'lunilil'S

time hl' put t pressure on Indians hy a score or 8.3. she enjoys and, we un- Tyrone Youn 10 open up or Win the
\\'lggll1S and( Bryant Pat IS The t'IIS boys and /;!irlsl'am IIl'I'"I.llld, is quite good at." Young finally was completely r ball aml' al the free throw

now In third place( Intel 10 Green ('ove Starting Tonight At Clay carried! away under line, but neither team could '
I'm sure the air \1111 bl' full Springs for II meet! with Clay the pressure of the game when 1 said ('oach Sl'xlon

"f phil!!> und plastic on .High on Thursda Feb 2A. atI l he wrestled the basketball '" "Bul it wasn't poor offense

March It I iopm) BHS Lifters The Bradford High Tornadoes Jackets have a 7-10 season away from Bradford's Milton r it was good dl'f.'nse Sexton

''''hhh'_____'_____________._.m_.________ with a 16-5 record on the mark. Baker with 1:18 left flailing rt said. "Wl' got the good! percentage

tt Bow basketball season, have been Palatka Central has a 5-13 wildly with the I ball clenched ,,...,'.... shot in the first hair.
"The Ole Again top,s'eded in the five-tE'am record going into the tourna- 10 his stomach. and shoving but \\e didn't in the second
District 5, Class 3'\ Tournament m'nt. Baker. One official called a tie r ':' half "

Track"LAKE To Hurricanes to be held at Clay High in Host Clay High has the batl but the other called! a "Thl'Y ;lust kept nipp'lvvt" ,
Green Cove Springs starting second best record in the double technical on Forest away." Sexton said. "\\l' lust

tonight ''Thursduy. Feb. 28r.Semifinals tournament and has been terming the incident a flagrant Willis!' Berry lets ny one or 1ll'ld the I ball.. aw\ from the
/ \ CITYSPEEDWAY Bradford high weight lifters are set Friday seeded! second with 13 wins foul. his; quirk jump shots. against inside, and they were doing
again lost to Gainesville high with the championship to bedelermmed and nine losses. Wa 'ne Berry, all alone on Lake Bulll'r In front .r Tim the same thing Both teams
'l'b. 18 by a final score of 3825 Saturday ",ght. WinnE'r of the tournament the courl a deafening roar :\Il.ill.; were playing very; debtor

: earning just two more Clay High, the host is second goes onto the four-lE'am rising from Ocala fans, sunk ('oach sexton s charges atl'"
points than the 38-23 beating seeded with a 1:1-9: season regional tournament on Fri- the first technical for the played superlative dense( in

the litters look only two weeks mark. day. March 5. and Saturday. winning ptllnt. Berry missed the second half keeping "'01"l'St Scorn by Ou."on
ago from the strong GHS Palalka South and Palatka :March 6. the site to be determined the second. outside simply not allowing Bus I'J 18 NFHS
team Central will meet in the after district winners Y "I 'InBr.elor0
u S. S.
41 Lake City, Florida openinggameof With 23 seconds left Wayne Raines inside for many
The Tornadol'S had Iwo first the
t tournament on dl'cidl'd.
are
,
Berry committed his fifth foul buckets Raines however ItMarne ba.n. I'I .
place winners in the event but Thursllay Ft'b. 2A aI7:111:: p m. The regional tournament blocking i tall fod: flames, who scored five of 'OTl'sl's film I I ''S Row l a J AI< II'" R., r., ,.
was topped 111 five other The winner of that game will winner then qualifies for the n0 AldrdQ' 50111' .. ., .
weight dasslficat ions.llke: meet the Tornadoes at 7'311pm four team state tournament to scored 23 points, over halfForest's six pOlnls. tail' 70 1 -IIForeot .
.
,
total from Forest strategy was simple: I .
yet HM'""'" "
away
CrE'ws again won in the H8 Friday, Feb 27. in one ofthl' bl ht'ldIarch: 11-13, at the another layup. Raines two hrll1g the ball down court take. 7 Wines II '17, V"U"II ,..
pound category with a l'om.bil1l'tl sl'mi-fll1al gaml'S. The Jacksonville 'olisE'um. got .", 00 H.Ir51 h'C. ".,,, .' ,
but II 10 the side. and wait for
shots missed the first and a
: total of 325 pounds lifted other sE'mi.fll1al !game( listed! to'
a chance to tie the chance to pass loonl'oflhl' big
game
Tommy Edwards: also Fl'b. up.
for 9 p m. on Friday 27.
Softball EntryDeadlines Hall1l's made men for an inside shot
the second free
\ Wanl' Bl'rrI'US .fnr Ill7u
B won a first place in the 198 features Clay High and St.
pouni! class bringing a throw, bringing the' score to Haines scored t0 quick percent from the field fur
\lIjZu"tine.
up
.U-40, but the basket left BITS baskets liS the finlll period .
total of 44.; pounds. Winners of Friday's games/;! ( Set the Tornads Snph guard!
Second wins ahead and gave the Tornadoes opened bringing Forest Frl'ltdll'ldridgl' wuh IU
place were will meet for the district
.
Starke Recreation possl'ssion. within two. 38-31; The Tern)) Points wa the only other Tnrnado '
captured John Kilby Ft'b. ,
by championship on Sat., 28
Late Models- Hobby Modified dOl's 10 work the
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kept
I David Godsl'v, Steve Ernest atItpm. Department announces the trying in IInuhlf figures
fouled Bradford'shllll'
ieaml'S. following deadlines for teams flames ball around putting on the Guard Kl'nnfo' Hampton)( rl'
and Charlie The Tornadoes have met .
10 Races Sat. knocking .
Every Night Kenny Hamplon stall
The BITS eight lifters are Palatka South twice during to enter the deparlmE'nt's soft- the ball with H 10 protect their I diminishing l'OH'I'lI1g from a pulll'll legniiisc'le.
b" (' : away ad\'antagl' Forl'Sl went saw IIl'hon 111 the la,1)
aellon l'ach Wl'lil1'sdaylartll1g
fNEWGRA STANDS 111 Ihe rt'gular season. knoekingolf larch'sg: Hl'l'realion Lea left Hampton. aftl'r thl' bllii. Sophomon'Fn'ddil' of thl'
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at 2'JO: p.m. YE'Ster.day lhl' Bra\'l's 71..1.1 and 62.32 ue roidds dl' lfenll1g road. part sel'onll Pl"\lxl\
? 8 Aldridge4uit8 put BIIS up till' fourlh
pm.lel1's pl'riod
Ihl' hlll'rs met Lake Wt'ir
i thl'tournaml'nt
Braves into
The
and come :\ Church League missed the free throw The :\!;with ;3-53; left 111 the game. scored 'lour' points, giving the
Gaines'illeastside!: .
ith reword.BHS
Time Trials w a IA.-I : hall bounced! out of bounds as when he worked free for a ,
First Place They host I F'rnandll1a Beach has also played twogames 9,8March P m.Womt'n's both teams fought for posses- team another" double flgw'
Ill'xi Recreation layup. man In the combination nf Ill''
Wednesday' Feb 25 in with the St .
AugustineYellow
the final regular season ,Jackets L'a Ul'Iareh: 88. 8 pm. sion. Officials gave it to Forest ItI as Bradford's final field and ,AldridgeThe .
7:30 8:30 defeating Wonwn's Church ,. go"i. The defense had to take
: : match The stale tournament Leagul'Iarch
them 5:12: and 50f; in two
:? 9. 7 It from Ihl're. Each: time the
4 Chg 2 19 p.m.
IS slated :March 211. The Yellow
close games The Wildcats still l'luldn'! offense had the ball Forest t
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seconds continued 10 tick (tames got the final Forest ,.I..mll. by H"I1IlIlIa ,'1Il1
away. Tornado Alfred: Ross field goal with 4 53: left, making .
Let Us Show You How SOCIAL SECURITY lied HainE's up on the rebound It -I1I.m.: HIlS up. Yugo"loI\I hlIl. PI'IXIUl'l'S aqy ulheihydradectric movepower
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BENEFITS Ilaroid Francis II good. ball III IS' Ross \1 hoI as gtiardingItames I?:imps uutsulc the Sm'll'\i inI \
handler for the Wildcats but The pair were t moil. :National

You Can Huy To assist in meeting death expenses there Is scoreless took the last shut engaged il1 a contest for position Geographusays.
L4- from 15 feel away; and Mains pushing backwardtol".d
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This amount. 5255.00. can be paid to the quali- The slim onl'.point victory scoring HalOl'S outside
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to tie the
Pre Owned funeral expenses. BITS led 12-9 after the first gameRIIS
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After UC Leads 3 Quarters"It For March 13"


etpr A lOrnile Walk-A-TInn] iak-t"
"-*'" .. -. .-. ." .. .. ..- ...-.. .. .... Saturday March 13: by ' was nip and tuck said
The Tiger shot missed and
Coach Mike Sexton last [local Civitan and Civinp'te
Friday when his Tornado five el vG6 i iI big Wayne Berry brought Clubs to raise money for I(he
down the rebound and BHS
squeezed out a three point. 48- I March of Dimes by havtag
was on its way to a fast break pledged for each ttfile
4.> win over Union High money
basket-bailers with basket. Berry passed out to walked t by each particip tJt.
a second I
half comeback sparked by the Darrell Moody to Kenny r I ; lir. et ae a'1 C.L 1( The walk-a-thon will begin,
BUS defense Hampton to Willis Berry back at 1 lp m. at I he new court h(.Use!
to Hampton for the layup to
"It was a good ballgame" and will travel a route (hat
Tiger Coach Jimmy Thomas put BIIS up 47-45 with 1:40 left takes in Edwards: Road then/
agreed of the hotly fought '" .. ;< ; In the game. east on SK-ino) to C'olley Strf'et
; i.'.,,' Gerry White, the leading (by the hospital)) and'baea lathe
contest which
went to the .
scorer for the night with 16 ,
courthouse. The 10 relies!
wire. It left BUS 15-5!) and Lake ';'
drove for the basket
Butler 12-11 for the season. .. .4 4t 4tuoe : points but Tornado Alfred Ross I should take about three lni'rs.'

The Tigers came to Starketo t '"",.. knocked the ball away from I y Individuals interested in
play and nearly took home
him. Kenny Hampton controlled participating may picte. up
I
the bacon with a hot shooting and called a BHS timeout i sponsor sheets from CivilAfi or
exhibition in the first half It with :36 seconds left on the I' Civinette members and the
took another superlative effort clock, Coach Sexton
put IiL following businesses!> :
by the BUS defense for the Milton Baker, who had beenon Bradford County 'I'elegr.ibh,
Tornado five to pull the game the bench resting after Florida Hank at Starko.!

out. 11 returning to action from the Community Slate Bank, And
"You'll" have to wait another I Iz4 W flu back in the game and at Bradford High School
year BUS athletic director ordered a Tornado stall.
David t Nurse told Coach Baker got the pass in and ', e' Participants will nt.t'<1' -to
Thomas as t the coaches held a two Tigers took the ball away I dress according to (the
post game discussion.: UHS S from but weather and wear e im-!
him Boyzie Perry : _
ri r Pr ,f :. irl ; --t.: fortable The xvaK-a-|
came much closer than the 77- was called for a foul on the j .t r clothing.
;r>4 loss to BUS in Lake Butler ,/ F move. Baker missed the front j thon will go on rain or shitie.

however end of a one-and-one and there i Each walker will need to
Shooting a torrid 70 percentin were still 21) seconds left. The 1 ask individuals or business!
the first half, the Tigers Tigers controlled the rebound to pledge so much money (Per
opened an 18-10 margin in the and Coach Thomas called Win. would believe 'mile or for a fixed domitioh) ''or
first period and went on in the f time with 23 seconds on the 1'I1I"'II'llItprl ever such lovely faces could make so much noiseUnion, Counlv' the total 10 miles tic-cording! ,( to
honking to raise a't
the
second period to outscore BUS clock. roof the dl'ltrl't tournament III lake Butler (tutu \\1''kl'lIf'' J.K. Tomlinson chairman of
16.14 for a 34-24: halftime lead. Boyzie Perry drove in and are: kneeling/ f tI-c) Itpnre', NT"1- Donna ,Alexander", and Jean Holme: "Iandilll1"1"1'1'11: the event.The .
flail, ,
Paula Itnhbs, \ .
Heart and Donna Crawford.
The Tornado National Guard
defense
was tried a jumper from 12 feet Armory
disorganized in the opening out and missed. A jump ball on Edwards Head will lx
half, turning the ball over' was called when Tornado used as a rest area since jl is
numerous times on costly Willis Berry and Perry were at the halfway point of I the
throwing errors. tied up on the rebound. Nine march. RI'freshml'nls111)| be
!Meanwhile, the Tigers were \Urwl Holmes pumps in a layup In the early going against Willis Berry got the tip and Tiger Shuts Out served by the w ives of Civjtan
making hav on HI IS mistakes, P.IIS stern Luke Butler led by as much as 11)) points, and came Kenny Hampton controlledthe members.
utilizing fully the hot hands of rliisi lo heating the Tornadoes Alfred Koss and Wayne ball until he was fouled "We will be contacting local
Halph Williams Alfred Berry fimie up too late with two seconds left on the .business people. Neal
Holmes, and Bovzie Perry: clock. Hampton sunk the first Hawthorne politicians, members of other
The second halt saw things Lake Butler went ahead drove through the BUS shot of a one-and-one. missed MacclennyTwo civic clubs !National; Guard; '
turn around as t'HS became brieflv as the third period defense for a layup which put the second for a 48-45 BHS .. personnel men women and
cautious offensively, trying to ended on two free throws by IB up 4342.: lead sealing the win. easy victories were straight game of the season children t throughout the
make the 10 point halftime Tim !McGill after Wayne AI 6:1:1: : Willis Berry put BUS picked up by the Union High and the Tigers third victory of Tuesday. March 2 they play county to participate in the
margin last the final 16 Berry fouled (rapping back up 44-43: with one of his SCORE BY QUARTERS: Tiger baseballers when Fri the young ball season as they host to the young Bradford walk-a-than."said Tomlit ',ni.
minutes. :Meanwhile, the BUS :McGill's shot against the quick set shots from 10 feet in BHS '10 14 '14 10 46 day. Feb 20. they shut out the shut out the Baker County High Tornado nine in a game "because this project lakes!
defense, which has saved so backboard. Berry rebounded front of the basket. LB LB .HolrnM IB' SOLO 16 Perry 6 204 S O 45 Hawthorne Hornets 13-0 and Wildcats at Macclenny 10-0 in scheduled for Lake Butler at 4 total involvement" and v"mmunity -

many games this season went another time, he had 13: for the Then the chase was on for While 7 j 16 Williams 3 17, P. White on Sat., Feb. 21. at Macclenny a game called after five inn- p.m. support.
to work with its patented fullcourt night but missed hen he putit control of the ball. Lake 30*. WcCill 02? Tetale70i15" they shut out the Baker ings. ,
.. ... .
and I'HS began to Butler BHS-flrtker 306. Wayne Berry 52 R. "" "" -
intercepted Rl IS
press back up. The period ended a pass. 12. Kan 61 13 Willll Berry 10 6. Best County Wildcats 100. llemme won his second
commit Moor errors. BUS cut \\IIh I.B fighting its way down Alfred Russ stole it back for 000, A/toodv/ 102, Aldndge 419Totals The game scheduled with straight game over the Wild- Now Dpen-
the \10 point halftime I.H lead court. 141 IS. Lake IHHlor walked 22 4 48M.ill Hawthorne Tuesday has been cats by striking out J 11 and
to two points after the third Fifteen, seconds into the under I the pressure of the BUSdefense. I[ postponed until today (Thurs walking only two batters as he
|pi>.rind out soring. I'HS 14-6. fourth period Kenny Hampton A HI IS defensiveerror day. Feb. 26) Tiger base- also scattered only two hits. FUQUAY'SCRRPET
and caught jp in the final1s'ritd tied the game 40-a'll for IIIIS left a I Luke Butler player bailers are 3.0 to date.A Third baseman Harold
| out scoring I'HS/ 105. with la>up off the fast break. open but missed! his shot. rugged Union County Ksford led the Tigers with CLEANING
In Iwo minutes in the third Wayne Hl'rryon the .jump Alfred Ross was called for Tiger baseball team shut out three hits in three times at
period BUS narrowed the Darrell Moody controlled the fouling in a fight for an offensive r the Hawthorne Hornet nine 13- bat. Second baseman Hazen Professional Cleaning For Starke &
score to :32-fc: two of the four ball. Passed to Alfred Boss rebound! but Gerry o in a non-conference game on was 2-for-3 and llemme was 2-
baskets coring after the who fed Hampton for the White missed the 'first basketin Friday, Feb. 20, in Lake for-4. Surrounding Areas .
defense stol the hall away lieing basket. a one-and-one situation.At Butler. The game with Hawthorneon Steam or Shampoo
from IheTigfrs. BUS then had The lead see-sawed 1 after 4:15: : Willis! Berry fouled Tim Whitehead scattered Tuesday. Feb. 24 was post
another lull h scoring over the that It was a nip and tuck stopped Gerry White's drive .A Ile. three hits in five shutout inn poned to Thursday according Everyone Knows It's About Time For
next five miiutes. The defense! game the rest! of the way the for the basket.! White missed 4 ings and walked no batters in to Coach Terry Stroemer and
played well limiting M) to games outcome in doubt not il the layup try but sunk both scoring his first victory and is scheduled to be another Spring CleaningNow -
four points 'rom' outside. the final seconds. ends of this one-and-one to put shutout of the season. home game at 3:30: p.m. in
With 2.o::) remaining in the At 7:11: in the fourth period the Tigers up 45-44.;; Willis First baseman Fred Lake Butler. This will be a Is The Time To Have Your
third period the score was ::1HtU / Wayne; Berry fouled blockinga /( Berry tied the game seconds Clemmons was the key hitter non-conference game. Cleaned
Carpets .
: t'HS. (Juickly. Darrell Ralph Williams shot. later with a foul shot, 4.V45: as for the Tigers getting three On Friday. Feb. 27 the
:Monriy, : sunk a basket. Wayne Williams sunk the front end' of both Il'amere fighting hotly hits in four trips to the plate Tigers( play host to the team R Carpet That Gleams
Berry rebounded! and put the a one-and-one. putting/( LH up for possession.! including a triple. Second that figures to give them the
(will back up for another, and 41-40.( Darrell !Moody stole the ball baseman Danny Hazen addeda most competition in the la Cleaned By Steam
Alfred Koss! lied 1 the game :I8-/ At 7tw:: ) Alfred Ross put BUS and drove for a layup but llrrreo digs his way double and three runs battedin Suwannee Conference when
all with.In easy looking 10 fool up 42-41 w 'it h a six foot jumper missed. The Tigers gained from (si snnil' trap agaiiistGran : to key the 15-hit Tiger at they play host to the Green Residential or CommercialCall
jumper from in front of the from in front of the basket. control and stalled under the ; C'uveSprhlgs.Ilerre'i is tack. Wave of P.K. Yonge at 4 p.m.
basket Seconds later Kalph Williams two minute mark for a percentage :averaging: |ust nbcivc ourmiTiiir. The game was called after On Saturday. Feb. 28 the Now 9648596All
shot. : He is the (cuttingI'.IIS host to the
five innings as the Tigers had Tigers play Key-
m.lfcr.BHS. more than a 10 run lead over stone Heights Indians in a non- Work Is Done By Appointment OnlyCall
the Hornets.On conference game slated to
Crews Leads BHS Netters 4-3 Saturday Feb. 21, Bill commence at 2 pm. on the Today For Appointment & Estimates
Golfers
llemme won his second Tigers ball diamond.


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Andy Crews came from way Sieve (rlffis: and Scott! Tins- "If you can even slay. on the For 3-1 Mark. For Softball IS THE Super Plant Foods
behind lo lead the BHS boys'Il'nms ler also brought home the ororder
court with them you're doing
team to a close 4-3: victory bacon against Green Cove from the makers ofGROTONE
pretty well, coach :McGriff.; TIME
Tuesday afternoon in (iriffis w inning H-5 and Tinsler said. BIIS golfers put a pair ofwins All persons interested in
Green; Cove Springs, followinga B4. in their pockets over umpiring in the various soft- I how
sweeping fi-1 I victory over Tornado fetters went into West Nassau last Thursdayand ball leagues' this season are 10FERTILIZE '
I 1'astsidl'II'Rh: last Wednesday Andy Crews and John the match with an impressive BuchhMz on Tuesday asked to attend a meeting of 9.7.7 PELLETS
and a 7-fl) whipping from S.nnons coupled to assure a ti-1 Kustside: win under their afternoon although they lost a the Starke Recreation Depart soft. JL 98 SPREADING
Gainesville; High Friday afternoon MIS o'l'rall'iclorv with an B- belts however. two-stroke decision to Green ment Thursday night MarchII. lag j'/// SERVICE
4 (doubles' decision Handy Cove Springs last Friday, at 8 pm.
Crews was "behind fi-l I when Crews and Steve Griffis lost a I.ilrrv'hllt'. Randy Crews bringing their season recordnow A written exam on playing
final scores came in on Handy KB squeaker| in doubles play. and Andy Crews had no to a winning 3-1.\ rules will be given at this timeas fPC carry*h. double duty 1'rnf
Crews and John Samons Tuesday trouble in'nl.ttin 8-3 victoriesover Mat Herres again led the well as a short-clinic on the lampbto-p. .fltix.d
afternoon both 6-B [OSSl's. Tuesday's! win brought the their Kastside: opponentslast swingers with a one-under-par basic fundamentals of umpir line of plant loads Gro-Tone Weed & Feed
With number one-seeded team to a 5.2 season record Wednesday afternoon! at 35:I: against West Nassau on the ing. All umpires will be with....premium special 1
tarry White out with the flu. three of those wins in district Pratt Street. Folkston. Ga. golf course last required to take and pass the larmulai. tar Florida One Bo? Covert 2JOO So.Ft.J. .
Andy: knew he was in trouble, competition." Thursday. Herres shot a par exam before officiating in the ... .Gives,your lawn Balanced Ion lotting pellet.led. )
an'ordll110/( coach Jerry HIIS not tors face Santa Fe 36!against Green Cove Springsand Softball leagues. endplantebolanc.d. plant food for St. Augustine and 798 '_rtta'1Tk01laplatinenotwiihmeM.
:McC.nff; The Andy Crews-Samons for a second match this afternoon a 39 against Buchholz.A centipede lawns contains vital ;
"He knew he really had to team offered 1 the only competition (iThurs.. Feb. 201) at 4 element plus iron kills weads too '
suck it up and go. after the Gainesville; High facedin pm. on the Pratt Street really tough match Is Preparing meals with a pres-
other two had [lost." McGriff Friday's lopsided 7-0 play courts. Santa Ke went down 6- expected when the golfers travel sure cooker cuts cooking time
said Crews only let his Green The pair lost li-8 but came the 0 in the earlier match. to Ocala Forest High: Friday by about two-thirds and there-
Cove Springs opponent scorein closest of any to winning :Monday's[ match with afternoon. Forest has one fore cuts two-thirds of the fuel : ANNUALS I : '
one more set while battling against the powerful Oils Orange Park a AAAA l school of the finest golf programs in cost. Pressure cookers are ideal iAtAIES
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I tournament. UHS defeated will be played on Saturday
them a month ago in a big night.( Feb. 28. at 8 p m withno
upset. 6I.5in\ Lake Butler. consolation game sche IORIOA
Tuesday. Feb. 10. the Flashes duled." .

broke open a 25-25 halftime tiejtamf' Winner of the tournamentwill Have All Seeds Fertilizers .::::. EST GARDEN.CENtE
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23 CHANNEL SENSITIVE RECEPTION & REG. 109,97 cational Day. Church Schml,
TRANSMISSION OIODECIRCUIT.20 m, MOLDED POLY ; }$}}}}}}}}?} 9:30.: Morning Worship at 11,
TRANSISTOR ffffi PLASTIC with Mrs. Mary E. McCloudas
OLD SPICE m AVOCADO OR 20 IN. speaker. The Junior Choir
METAL
99"RES APRICOT ("EG. 17.88)) will render song service.
FERTILIZER Evening Service, 6 p.m. with
& AFTERSHAVE 95 A Mrs. Elene E. Lee as speaker.
Tiny Tots will render song
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4V OZ 09 SHARP EL808 / I LAWN CART Prayer Meeting,Meeting 12 noon and Monday Bible

AISOAVAILABLE 1 Class combined, 5 p m. Wed.
All-PURPOSE 't'f: :? nesday. Choir Rehearsal 5:30:
1-4 LIMIT '$ DESK CALCULATOR L 4 : : :
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r., M/e EASY TO READ S'$$$ REG. 17.88 t'rjted Parish. Rev
ROD & REEL COMBO Willie Stitl! pastor. Weekly
$ services btgan at Pleasant
V: 50 FT. NYLON REINFORCED Grove with Young Adult Choir

;: Q Q {:{' CONTROLHAS REEL BUTTON THUMB PRE. 8 8 GARDEN rehearsal each first and
SPOOLED WITH MONO second Monday at 7:30.: ( Tiny
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Wednesday night Prayer
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,9 488I ALKALADE Meeting. 7:3. Thursday night
GUARD } Bible Study, 7:30.: Sunday
I CeN $: ? :? 120Z LIQUID FOR FAST School, 10 a.m. All members
ALUMINUM FLO-TROLL RELIEF OF ACID INDIGESTION will join in the Educational
TALC GASSY DISCOMFORT Service at Mt. Moriah at 11.
[FOLDING BED BAIT :' Mt. Morlah services begin
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with Sunday School at 9:30.: At
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.MOT I M* BUT A IUU 1 tV MATTMS&. 1 j i1 School. 9:30.: Prayer !Meetm.
and Bible Class combine
Thursday night. Friday nigh
ASSORTEDm: the 5th Sunday Ministers anc
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Deacons Union will
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Church Keystone Rev. W.C
t CONCENTRATE TOSS PILLOWSm r S'' 40 OR 60TOOTHBRUSH Robinson pastor. Everyone
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SHAMPOO *:::::: CHROME GRILL ?:: cooperate with the Union.
r REG 99' ;# 18' DIA-22' TALL r' :Mt. Zion AME: Church Rev. I
:.:.:.:.:. Richard Bethel pastor, and
;r :r rPr 4r 118 $i-: COLORFUL VINYL STRAPS ON LIGHT. Allen Chapel AME Church
; \; ; WEIGHT ALUMINUM FRAME will hold a joint Missionary

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DO IT YOURSELFPEST t; Tuesday night. !March 2, 8
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St. Mark's Morgan Road Madison St. World Day Of Prayer Rev Rich. Bowles 15th Ordination Celebrated Feb. 19 1 I

Episcopal Church BaptistRev. Baptist ChurchRev. Services March 5 Reverend Father Richard ments. Guests attending from Humphries and Mrs Francis
Bowles pastor of St. Ed- Jacksonville, Palatka and Meng. Plans were made to
.
y I p.m.Thursday Junior February Choir 26th 7 Bob Cooper,pastor O.D. Moore, interim Annual World Day of ward's Church, concelebrateda Macclenny included Father host the Spring Deanery
N Practice Prayer Services for the special Mass with Reverend Bowles'parents,Mr. and Mrs. Meeting at St Edward's on
... Sunday. February 2'Hh! Sunday School, 10 a.m. pastor.Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. Church Women United organization Father Paul Kajdan ofGainesville's Lee Bowles, Mr. Robert March 18.SERVICE. I
8:30 Morning Worship at 11, and ;
._ : am Holy Eucharist Bowles and Mrs
I ,9:45 Morning Worship, 11 Church !: are scheduled for University Stu- Mary
a.m. Church School, 11 services for the deaf. Training ; March 5 at dent Center Bowles.
a.m. 11 a m. in the and Reverend
6:13 Worship
lt. Holy Eucharist. Union 6:30: p.m. Evening Training : ; Evening Starke Gifts from MEN
Father the Altar Societies
;:R &i eafU.' 7:30.Tuesday: Presbyterian Church. Joseph Lesage, Chaplain .
Monday, March 1st 2:30: worship 7:30.Wednesday: Bible Study 10 Women from all faiths will of U.C.I. and Florida and the Parish were pre .(
Crlv..rl p.m. Girl Scout Troop 614, a.m.; followed by luncheon 12 join in praying for the welfareof State Prison on Thursday sented to Father Bowles by PYT.JIMMY KIVSEY
,'IITe 3:30: p.m. Youth Confirmation : Mid-Week all people on this special evening, February 19. Mrs.Anne Samons.Mrs Nora \HINEHKCUL'IT
Class. Prayer Service and Bible noon.Wednesday Prayer Service day.This This was in celebration of Crawford and Richard Welty.
god Sunday: "Action Day" 1'IIt'sdav.l\1arch. :: 2nd.5:30: to7pm Study, 7:30: p.m. Choir 7:30: p.m. Choir Practice, 8:30: is an internationalworld Father Bowles' fifteenth anni- Feb. 17--Marine Private
; EYC.: Annual Shrove day of and of Ordination. -----
Sunday School 9:45 Practice, 8:15.: p.m. prayer a versary Jimmy D. Kinsey son of Mr.
: a.m.; Tuesday Pancake Supper. wonderful opportunity for Mr Jerry Picard directedthe and Mrs Enic Benjcs of 106
Morning Worship 11
"Action" luncheon, a.m.; Wednesday March 3rd 7 FIRST ecumenical unity in the com- guest choir from Jackson-- Representing St. Edward's W. Market Road, Starke, was
12:15 CHRISTIAN
: a.m. Holy Communion and CIIURCII munity and throughout the ville's Altar Society at the organiza- graduated from recruit
p.m.. "Action" Mass Bible Imposition of Ashes, 10 a.m. Call at Christian Street world. tion which sang beautifully tional Board Meeting held at training at the Marine Corps
Enrollment
Ie Study Training Union, ,6:15 12:45: : p.m.; Holy> Communion and Imposition Don..D.Staton MinisterSunday _. Mrs. Carolyn Eaves who during the Mass.Following Mrs John O'Malley's Gaines- Recruit Depot, Parris Island
'n p.m.
; of Ashes, 2:30 School 9:45: : a.m., 7:15: p.m. Choir; practice 8 serves as president of this organization the Mass a buffet ville home for the Gainesville S.C.
:
Evening: Worship 7:30 m
'rt : p.m. Brownie Troop 311, p Homer Hart Supt. Com- !: in this area wel- supper was served in the Deanery of the St. Augustine Physical conditioning
Monday: Girl's Ensemble; p.m. Penitential Office 7:30 and: munion & Morning Worship p.m.Wed.. evening Bible study comes all to these services Parish Hall with Mrs. Robbie Diocesan Council of Catholic discipline and teamwork are
h 8:45: pm.; Youth Choir & Him "Dust or Destiny." 10:45: a.m. Youth Hour for all and prayer meeting 8 p.m. and the covered dish luncheonto Shaller in charge of arrange. Women on Feb. 19 were: Mrs. emphasized during Marine
Deacon's
g1.-. Tuesday Meeting: "Action"I"nrollment. 7pm. ages 6 p.m Evening Worship follow John Samons, Mrs. Lester recruit training I

, 10 a.m.; Junior -............. - - r -1-....
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' Supper 6:15: p.m.; SundayS I I WOFF HOUSE ]
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IB Friends,Mission Friends,6:45: I 79.1.ljIIJU/ J
10' p m.: "Hour of Power", 7:30: I .
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Meeting 8:13: p.m.Thursday PANTRY L* WED .MARCH 3.I s le.LIMIT' I 0' IACH CENT DFP COUPON WITH A 5760 ::
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, Visitation 8:30: a.m.: Youth _ r

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WED., MARCH 3, 1978. LIMIT-1 OF EACH CENTS OFF COUPON WITH A S7.SO STARKE I I
- F. Graham OR MORE FOOD ORDER. TOBACCO PRODUCTS EXCLUDED. OFF ANY SIZE .
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I II I after Mrs.an Graham extended was illness born on Super Discount I Super Discount EveryDayLowPrice 1 Super Discount

June 13. 1915 in Jay. Okla..
and had lived in Starke for 35
years. She was a member of SAV SAYE SAVE SAYE
I St. Mark's Episcopal Church. BONELESS BEEF 99L BEEF 31u 1oLI FULL CUTBONELESS 21Le
Surviving are her husband
William II. Graham II; two I LOTS OF BEEP
sons. William H Graham III. D"MONICO SIRLOIN
I I Anchorage Alaska, and Philip ; e i

r Graham daughters Mrs.Miami Jo; Alyce two STEAKS I

1 Wohlgamuth St. Petersburg; STEAKS 3 LEG QUARTERS WITH BACKS I
and Mrs. Gilda Spengler. STEAK
3 BREAST QUARTERS WITH BACKS
Gainesville her mother, OR ROAST
(I ; Mrs. 3 WINGS-3 NECKS-3 GIB LET PKGS. II
Bertha Fuller, and one sister, .
Mrs. Mary Rowton, both of FLORIDA I
Tallahassee: and five grandchildren U.S. GOVT. U.S. GOVT. PREMIUM / US. GOV TINSPECTED

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A memorial service was CORN FED LB GEORGIASHIPPED CORN FED
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held at 11 a m. Wednesday in !
St. !Mark's Church with Rev .
I II
John 1\1. Flynn officiating.

requested In lieu of flowers that. contributions the family EveryDayLowPrice 1 EveryDayLowPrice 1 EveryDayLowPrice 1 EveryDayLowPrice B Super Discount Super Discount "H Super Discount

be made to the American Mil Mil tAYI MR IIr1 MW !
Cancer Society. KEF ILADC CUT 11' IIA. 20 EEF ILADC 71 HORMEL CURE 81 AI BONELESS BEEF 21' 20'P"CII U.S. NO. 1 70

CHUCKROAST BEEF BONELESSHAMS SHOULDERSTEAKS Yellow GlobeONIONS WHITEPOTATOES j
Ave Alfred Godwin CHUCK
LIVER

Services are scheduled at 2 Sll/eNID 4 DIVIINID STEAK ,
p.m. today (Thursday. Feb. ,6 '\, I
2J( > for Ave Alfred Godwin. 30. ]To 5ftC U.I. GVT. $219 U I GOVT LB C 10LB
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day afternoon. Feb. 23. from _FID if
injuries sustained on a con-

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SWEET AND MELLOW EATING OR COOKING
Company of Orange Park. A LAMB.ICNTpllouN t, 'gKING] SIZEBREAD PEPTO ("I TY''
native of Bradford County. PIZZA GREEN Golden RipeBANANAS (ROME BE ] :

odin; had lived most of his 131 PIPP.RONI.Hot CHIISI BISMOL BEANS I CORN I APPLES I
life in Bilker County. )He was a 1401 1AUIAOI .
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Godwin; Jr md William US 60V'T. INSPf CTEO CORN FEu, TONELESS IftF I FUSS mama SLICED QUARTfRS-3 II XVI I '*/" CH 36Inci

clennv.Donald; Godwin his parentsMr, all: ;of .!Mac and Chuck Pot Roast l$110 2" I Pork Loin Chops II 5129 20' Seneca Apple Sauce 3/1/ 81' Matt Apple Sauce 59'' as-

Mrsillum A, Godwin Sr.
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Marvin Godwin and 0* PIECES 21 LI PROS PANTRY NIDI' 12.1 PAS J ???? ""
EugeneGodwin ( ? "
,d I ; both w ill of be Starke.Services held this. afternoon Bnls. Stew Beef II $128 21' i Skinless Franks 69 20''J, Vienna Sausage Ol C /< i l .Pantry I" Pride Mayonnaise79 2' i

in Emanuel: Baptist Pill I SENUINl NIK ( CUT SHOULOEI I"N( "5I1 llou 1100 i COUNT lOX i
tlv Church Williams with officiating(he Rev Donnie Burial Breakfast REBaclin $ rs 20' I Lamb ROaStARE 3D ?cUM: 69 C "'i Cream Style I Corn 4/l/ 25' I Pantry Pride Tea Bags 99CEveryDayLowPrice 20' :

h will be in ttoodlawn Cemetery I ALL ITEMS PRICES GOOD WEDNESDAY FEB. 25 THRU WED., MARCH 3, 197*. QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED. I :
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Ethel: W Moody, 82. of Keystone KOUNTY KIST Pantry Pride

Heights; died Saturday WHOLE KERNEL or CREAM STYLE HUNT HUNT'SSNACK
morning.April 21.in the North
Florida. Regional Hospital in APPLESAUCE t
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!Mrs Moody had lived in Keystone {
Heights since %>1)). She PUDDING & FRUITS ALL FLAVORS
I was the widow of Seaborn S. 1
Moody who died in 15.; and a
- member of the First Baptist
Church of Keystone Heights / / 20oz
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Mrs Ada Loudon of Keystone PACK
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Samuel Cuthbert. and Rev
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was in llillcrest RICE
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When Fearful v Brother Flees For LifeMany xtf i ',' .e : ::1f I,,


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travelers are believed to have and her fears recalling the ".l' ,
are the legends of the ....
been near Kingsley or some dreadful apparitions ,
surrounding/: in this urea other lake in that area). The previous night she resolved to 'Frri
during/ I Seminole Indian Li / it return to the house -
glow of the flaming pine knots attempt a
\\iirs. and the old NcwansvilleItimd. A BICENTENNIAL: FEATURE. seemed to hypnotize the wild they had left the afternoon
winch the main
was "
animals into a state of immobility before on foot LLJ.LawteyHotel!
road linking Ojiry's: Kerry atMiddlchtirg .
: \ with Newnan- Imagine the astonishmentof _
:;will,'. then I the county' seal of The brother "stopped the the officer and men who had
f Alachua County This road fork instead of the one going carriage and, under the left Fort No. 11 that morningfor
ran hy Ihe site of Fort larrlee by the !Monroe farm in the pretense of reconnoitering the Garey's Ferry and. after
I on Ilia I S.i nta Fe Iliver around edge t of what is now Clay enemy deserted his sister and travelling a short distance,
, I he southern edge of Kingley County precipitately fled." The found a bush decorated with a i
Lake, and on l If> Middleburg reporter continued the story of lady's fine cloak. The officer
! As told in an account of Fort Ihe sister w ho he described as ordered an immediate
t The story is told that on one No. 11, recently published by entirely unfitted to encounter search and sent an express

occasion, two carriages. Mrs. Zonna Hunter Tolles of any fatigue or hardships: back to the post for help. The
traveling together left Keystone Heights a officer in command there
CJarey's, : Ferry. for Newan- ,correspondent for the "Army "Soon either suspecting the quickly appeared with one of
svilli; The passengers in one and Navy Chronicle" reportedthe reality, or from excessive
from the fort. He was
wore a man and wife and in events that followed: fear, she left her seat and fled the ordered men to make an extensive "-
the other, a bent her and his she knew not whither. After
I "The brother and sister, running until almost search and the senior officer
sister. after traveling some time exhausted, she found herself and his escort then proceeded in 1880's
t The =second man had without overtaking their overcome by fatigue wrappedher along the road to Garey's

1 brought his sister from New friends and with night ap cloak around her and Ferry.A .

\ Faigland.: hoping the sunshine proaching, urged their threw herself upon the distance The "urlnlhc.early ", lenient of the town by
and mild Florida" climate jaded horse forwardin short away old IaiwIcy Hotel is pictured here in its heyday /(
, already
ground. Soon that sweet another surprise awaited the "TinChicago( ('ulm'' '" hi the IHKO's.
her healthBetween with
would restore
hope of
! the coming up restorer of nature, sleep officer and his escort in the
I?lack, Creek and the first carriage. buried her fears in oblivionand form of "a fine horse and The large/( frame ,,1I'u'lurC'Ilh its intricate gingerbread( ( millwork. was built hv dipt. T.J.'
f (the fork in the fond( leading to "The conviction at last here she lay until morning carriage containg many I tun-in... an early lumberman the area who ,sold
[ Fort ;No; II\ (located in the came forcibly upon their when she arose and. indications of having been town of 1.II"tI'YVa... laid out.

I area that is now Keystone minds that they had taken the looking around her, saw occupied by a delicate Itl.ick-halled; and bearded" figure scaled on the porch is F.rasliis: G.; Hill one of the early
i I Heights the carriages wrong road and were lost. nothing but the tall towering female He again reportedhis "trustees"( of (he taw n. He was the father of the late l.miis. i II. Hill, who served a* cilv( clerk of
stopped ti) give the horses arest Gloomy darkness finally pines, as far as eye could discovery to the fort's l.iiwlev for many years." !
and to obtain refreshments surrounded! them and they reach. commander who in the
lor IIIrin'rs\ and found their horse worn out and meantime, had begun searching .\rter it censed; being used as a hotel, the building wus purchased In VV.F (;.slwiii, \\111I1111'1'
passengersThe: hardly able to travel\ Their "She was still in the road, for the Indians they nlf one wing of the hotel and used( the remainder, us 11 family residence" for IIMIIV' ,"'llrs. It

horror was now increased by and now concluded she would suspected had left the cloak as burned", tll t the ground( in I'I'IO.! :
, married\ couple left the perceiving, at a short distance retrace her steps. Finding evidence of a dastardly deed.
I I settlement 1 first: andby the from them, a party of Indians herself too feeble to carry her .
tune the I In-other" and sister got fire hunting with torches of cloak farther, she hung it uponan The officer and his escort
1I1,1l'I'"I.', their carriage was pine knots" adjacent bush, and soon once more pushed northward
I out III l sight The young man. returned to the spot where she across the lake region toward .
r in hi< attempt to catch up with By hunting with torches the had left her carriage. She now the NewnansvilleMiddleburgroad. County Agents By
his traveling! companions, Indians were able more easilyto endeavored to turn it around They were stopped by
tix>k the left.liand road at the kill deer or alligators <(< the but finding some difficulty. the sight of a small footprint Bobby""
, pointed in the same direction Notebook
they were traveling, and the Tavlor'
reporter's version follows:

Point of f view. . "Urging his horse forwardas -- -

fast as possible he soon Good, spring-like weather where needed. Most of our Ir15Years
who when until the first of the week garden soils are acid and lime
overtook a lady,
she perceived such friends caused a lot of activity out in or dolomite is needed to
the field and around the home correct and
raised her hands acidity supply
approaching,
? toward heaven and burst intoa and gardens. Folks have sufficient quantities o'f
Hurting
or Helping
flood of tears. started land preparation for calcium and magnesium.
most crops and some have
Commercial fertilizer
"The officer perceiving her even set an early date for
should be used in gardens to

Regardless I! \ !of the I outcome of the NewJIatl1p..hil' come the beneficiary of the 'sympathyfor distress horse just in sprang time to from save her his seeding spring vegetables. supply an abundance ofmineral

primary unknown as this is the undl'rdogsyndrome." from falling to the ground, for Most folks will soon be nutrients of satisfactory, to insure And What Do I Get. .
fertilizer for their production
Mmr written, it has been obvious in she now fainted. After buying
"Whoever is first out in front of the she exclaimed 'Oh gardens, and some of the crops of high quality
:
l'pc'l'nl'k" that the other Democraticpresidential is certain to reviving questions I have had indicatea I vali :M. (','jbh,, operator of (Ihe Division of Foreslrv's
pack of runningpoliticians where is my poor brother? Manure is an excellent
hopefuls have sized up for- need for more information I'iimn l lo'5erln lt-liHt received a plaque in recognition" of hereb
all the others their Gentlemen excuse me. Theseare of ( matter for
be viewed by as source organic!
of : l: vi-ars service\ from Itep. Frank VUlliains. -Starke.l left.
fertilizers.
nice Jimmy Carter Georgia, about
governor
the first tears I have shed garden soils and usually is a
immediate ,.r emy. The former Georgia; and 111'1"! | ieorge;" Grosse: 11-.Jaeksomillr.
boat. have turned
as I tin man to They has been the first to during this sad affair. All plants must have food good source of nitrogen and
their guns on him in an apparent effort Governor emerge for growth. Once plants use up potassium but is lowin Hie presentation' was ni.ioV" Moiid.lv' at the fire tower oil
added to Ihe
to nit him down to size but in doing so from the pack of Democrats He became scene Drama when was, in answer to thelady's the food stored in the seed, phosphorus. Nutrients from slt-i'Ml\ liolween, Marke and l.nke Hutlcr.FORESTRY .
the front-runner, and hence an instant must obtain sufficient manure are more slowly
ln ddl'atinthdr they
own about herbrothl.'r
they / pur- question
may
threat to all others with serious ambi- replied in amounts from the soil or other available than in commercial l
,
one trooper
I JMXC.This feet ilil.'rs
medium in which they are
tions. a tone so low that his remarkdid
is. the way Washington correspondent not reach her ear: "I hopehe growing. The high availability of by Terry lt.t'dyIIIN

Joseph) C. Hirsch analyzes the "Unless Jimmy Carter can be stoppedand will never be heard of There is some plant food inmost nutrients, especially nitrogen County( Forester

"pet Carter" movement.Ve brought down the years of patient again." all soils But most in commercial fertilizers is BRADFORD' COUNTY.. <'. ,..

campaigning Sen. Jackson go for The hope was in vain.. The garden soils do not have very important vegetable
"\ :are, at t the stop-Carter phase of naught. Harris, Riyh. Shriver, and Udall brother was picked up in the enough. We must add plant growing. F.ven: when manureis

t the<< race' among I Democrat> which is will be forgotten names. Wallace will become woods with his clothes in food in the form of com- used on the garden it is Firewood! making a comeback time give permission for cutting -

Imth a I haxnnl and an opportunity for Mr. a footnote in history. And the the- tatters. He was taken to Fort mercial fertilizer or manures. desirable commercial to applv fertilizer( a complete containing ( in Florida as more and trees free or for a small
Carter.( The veryigor and! frequent' distortion Harrlee. located between The fertilizer recommendedfor more residents of the Sunshine fee
vanishes that Hubert and
Humphrey can ,
ory soils is calleda nitrogen phosphate
most garden
\Hampton Lake and the !Santa State rediscoveringthe
in I the attack on him adds to his the while be potash. are Lumber mills often have log
win out
by sitting/ primaries Fe River in what is now mixed fertilizer It must charm of a crackling/:,
visibility lint of course, the more visible the others struggle to a convention Bradford Countv. placed in the soil where plant cheerful I fireplace butt ends or pieces of cull
Ini j.i .>, the easier it is to stumble, or roots can reach it. Fertilizers are available \\olHi) lying around the mill
stalemate'
to make a fatal remark that ran be used There as might be expected, with a wide variation in the Besides\ being one of the area that can't be used which
he received care but very Spraying fertilizer on the amounts of nitrogen/ phosphate most economical: fuels used can be bought. In addition,
,by, others to tlestrov.. With New Hampshire out of the way, little sympathy from the officers leaves is not suggested( exceptfor and potash Myst: > t commercial for heating, it is 'the only renewable construction sites and lumberyards

"Mr.: ( .trier may make a fatal mistake and the Florida Presidential Primary of the fort. correcting minor element grades show specified heat source in also collect discarded

like); that. I Hut his rivals. should( beware of coming up March 9, it should soon be 'deficiencies. amounts 01'minor elements common use. standard cord \wood that they often wish togel
The kind of fertilizer to use on rid of
wood
of dense (
H'x4'x4'< >>> dry
atlu'kingquit: (. as vitriolically as they obvious whether the attacks by Carter's Rent ListingsTo Materials applied to the soil a garden will depend on the. provides approximately: as

are. !Mm-h mote of t this and he will he- runningmates :are hurting; or helping.; to furnish plants with nutrient animal soil type and the previous much heat as one ton of coal One of the ,'asyays to
elements, except track down wood sources is to
of the soil
Be Kept and other treatment 1.-)0-17.: :> gallons\ of No 2 fuel oil
organic local
manures check\ the daily newskIper's -

I The Nixon PuzzleIt By Chamber residues nutrient mercial elements fertilizers.are called most""com-likelyto The many In home kinds vegetables gardens where arc' or throughout gas 24.IMHI\ :Millions cubic the world feet of of still natural people heat state) agricultural want ads periodicals.or in the

small under
in area
be needed on most soils are grown a and cook: with firewood alone
: Rental apartments and nitrogen, phosphorus;; and intensive culture it becomes: Unfortunately, in their desperate

\is obvious that the crafty Chinese unless it gives priority to the Chinese service housing of will the again Starke-Bradf become a potassium.always. given(These in this nutrientsare orderin necessary that are to widely suggest/ adaptedand practices !they have search denuded for l the firewood land in, Da4Q(!J 0aOQP

did nut invite former President Richard relationship U.S. relations with Russiacan Chamber of Commerce, the the analysis shown on the will be satisfactory for I the some countries baring( the

Nixon In China just. because: they think only get worse, not better. board of governors decided fertilizer bag. For example a crops that have but large will nutrient not be soil to ,erosion action of wind

he's and like Thursday Feb 5, at the "68.8 is a fertilizer con- requirements and rain iJUm0
a "mxid guy" someone they those with the
be anything to
The Nixon trip can hardly ; monthly meetings in the Gar available injurious
to pal around with. but an embarassment to President Ford den Restaurant.Bill taming( 6 percent 8 percent lowest needs It is possible to However, different kinds of William. Maas
nitrogen:
use too much fertilizer: and wood give off different burning -
Veterans
and hurt him in the forthcoming and 8 percent Service Officer
even phosphorus
may characteristics it is
When it comes to deviousness, the Wilson executive vice- thus inure| crops. so
(Chinese loader= are probably excelled campaign. lie has already felt repercussions president, announced the potassium. important to pick the right one
in New Hampshire where he chamber received the bless- Other elements are neededby We have a goof< ( garden circular for the right occasion.
only \ ;Mr. Nixon himself
must
bv so we of benefits from
was asked how he could regard Mr ing of the local realtors to add plants, but these are that covers amounts Softwoods like pine burn Recipients
I'arc'h'Iwm.nt h the surface for the real Administration
the Veterans
'\ kinds and to apply fertilier -
citizennow the service by keeping an up the soil or ways
Nixon; as an ordinary private in quickly with a hot flame and
reminded that these
in the Chinese invitation and housing needed vegetables Call or are
of rental -
purpose to date listing are only in relatively since
when he had earlier pardoned him are easy to ignite : they
his in those seeking come by your county agent'soffice payments generally are
puipose accepting by persons minute quantities. They can are resinous.. They're best
instead of letting him face charges; like for exempt from taxation and
housing assistance. Wilson be supplied in the fertilizer your copy suited! for a fast warming fire
[Even; I be.. \\ hitl' House was in confusion any other citizen It is impossible to say said that this program will or a short fire before bedtime."Lightered" need federal not income be reported tax returns on

over t the situation: i..suinan/ early how much this affected Ford's vote in provide a central point for a wood is the Major tax-exempt VA

:announcement that ::1.11'Oixon:-; : would be the New Hampshire factor.primary, but it was much housing needed referral community service and ser a $ $ $ For Bradford extreme,contains example a heavy of concentration this as it benefits include compensation and

undoubtedly a pension
traveling strictlv. as a private citizen vice. ( of resin.. Be careful not to Including

then later disclosing t the informationthat On Mr. Nixon's part he obviously Wilson said that anyone having use too much of this wood at educational subsistence assistance paymentsto

taxpayers'( \ money was! being spent hopes the China trip will put him back in property to rent is asked to War VeteransNEW one lime in a fireplace or vocational rehabilitation

for extra: t.I't't'rvil't' arrangements the political spotlight and further dim call the chamber office to small stove as it heats up trainees.

for the trip- hardly: a favor that the the disgrace of Watergate. Any hopes he place the rental property used on to YORK. Feb. 16 The World War I vets who are eligible rapidly Also exempt are grants to
chamber
average American tourist would expect. has along this line should be thwarted by the list. The rental listings but Veterans Administration has carry U.S. GovernmentLife For those long! uninterrupted military servicedisabledveterans
provide
keeping the visit completely unofficial discontinued the practice good news for war veterans Insurance policies and evenings before the for specially adapted

Analysts! of t the political !scene are and not relying on :Mr. Nixon for "expert several years ago. living in Bradford County. those who were in the Korean Life fireplace, hardwoods best bet are Oak thehom'Owner's for homes and automobiles and

!speculating' that ,perhaps :Mr. Nixon's analysis" the current Chinese political Some 350 of them$30.000 will( War.Insurance.Veterans Special example which is plentiful in clothing allowances paid toservicedisabled
A discussion was held about receive approximately veterans
friemU in I'dingart' using the trip as a upheaval, or for carrying reports to the finances: for 1975 which as their share of a record pay The 350 residents of Bradford Florida, gives off a uniform whose prosthetic devices

signal: to President Ford not to forget \Washington.' showed the chamber with a out of $376.8 million being County who will be on the short flame that produces result in undue wear and tearon
the pitfalls detente with the Soviet surplus of approximately $650 made to various classes of receiving end are those who steady glowing coals. clothing.

ITniim or the unfinished business! of Taiwan Whether by accident or design, Mr. for the year. service men and women. retained their policies. They Fruit and nut trees burn
Ford has been placed in a ticklish position The payment, representing constitute about 21 percent of fairly steadily but don't haveas Interest accrued on
by the Nixon trip, during this crucial The budget for 1976 was dividends declared under their the World War and Korean much heat value as many government life insurance
approved for the year for GI I insurance policies. is being veterans in the local area. The hardwoods. Their merit lies dividends left on deposit or
in
The Nixon invitation is If he should turn to
interpreted asa campaign/ year. approximately $28ooi to accelerated by the govern. total according to the latest the of credit with the VA is not
smoke laced with aroma
i-le.ir; statement that in Peking's eyes his discredited predecessor as an advisor cover chamber projects dur ment. Normally when such VA tabulation is 1.600. the tree's fruit. and must be reported

(President!' Ford! and Secretary of StateKissinger on relations with China or do anything ing the year. The chamber dividends become available, Just how much each on federal income tax returns.exempt .

have been getting. too friendly else to restore Mr. Nixon's governmental budget year starts on Feb. 1 they are paid on the anniver- recipient will get depends A Rood woodpile should Dividends and
proceedsfrom
with the Soviets.! Since good. ) relations influence it would no doubt and ends the next Jan. 31. sary dates of the policies and. upon the size and age of his have a combination of woods- government life in

with Chin.i is the key to any detente "turn off" voters and would make all of Harold Davis the new as a result of 12, stretch months out over a ance policy he and holds.the kind The of general insur softwoods to get a fire It going/ surance policies are exempt
hardwoods
period to keep burningand
w ith Uussi.i. the Nixon invitation is a rernindtr the agony of the Watergate; years an idle president,and presided at his board first This year, however, distri- average, for those w ho were in fruit or nut woods for from the federal income tax. but
to the Ford administration that gesture. meeting urged bution of most of the money the first World War is $184. aroma. proceeds are subject to
seek federal
members to new memberships estate tax.
will be completed by the end For the World II vets! the aver
Davis reminded the of this month. About $233 age is $9:1: and for the others, The wood shopper can buy
governors that the chamber million of the total will be paid his firewood or work for it.
"OR belongs to the citizens and out by that time according SIDThe VA insurance officials The Division of Forestry recommends the Od7cim6tlMt
for enrollment of indi
pushed Richard L. Roudebush. Ad- explain that the dividends buying seasoned
Q p vidual memberships as wellas ministrator of Veterans Affairs returns to the policyholders (dry wood because freshlycut
ACTS" miiiijip4 businesses. of excess money that wood often doesn't burn M.Ir yyvec Mfie.o"i '
Mtaiea The dividend checks will be is available due to high inter well For best results split

0 going only to World War and est rates earned by the funds wood should be purchased six
ion vlCLai yM'- Korean War veterans Those and due to savings realized to ten months before use and i
'4rior% BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER* who participated in the Vietnam because of a lower-than- stacked in a protected area. r ra nro/srss.iSM

Publishers -'rII'- .-.,,-- War will not share at present expected death rate among :- f
Published each Thursday and entered as second Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke Fla unuu Act because of the type of veterans. For the outdoors type who
they hold. Some of the recipients will want to try their luck at
1879
ol March 3 insurance Tb
The oldest national anthem of the recipients have be using their money to buy swinging/ an ax to stay fit. you bluest trouble with
Subscription rate in trade area' $6 per year $3 50 six! months Most >olHlc I
U that of in | promise b
Japan which the Service Life Insurance additional Insurance The resl might contact landowners that they
Outside trade area $7 per year $4 00 !si>months. word. date from the 9th National, issued to those who will he putting the cash tr.I that have recently had a timber [o In one year and out the
pnrw Gf'10'" > Starke. Fla !
century sale. Landowners! other.
some!
served In World War II. The other purposes\

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I Have To Hurt So BadMrs. .


l.'s husband died last begin to set a course of action. For Regional Science Fair I

spring Since the activity of Often/ a few individual sessions -
the funeral most of her friends are all that are needed.
have returned their former Sometimes these are supplemented Jennifer Jockel won the cine: Lucy Bradley,
routines and don't come by sessions with the .v Twenty-five Bradford High American Cancer Society behavioral studies: John
around much. But Mrs. L still family or spouse. The person students are headed for Award In experimentation on Cooperand Anthony Franklin
feels hurt and confused and may join a group of people regional competition In March the effect temperature in botany: Michelle Guilllon.
needs to talk over her feelingswith that share common problems. for honors at the annual advancing leukemia. behavioral science: Milton
others All Clinic visits are kept Science Fair sponsored by the In the junior physical Baker, chemistry: Roger
Mr: It? has had a stroke and strictly confidential. Fees are Florida Foundation for Future sciences division of the judgIng Barnett. health and medicine:
now finds himself confined to based on the client's ability to Scientists. Terry McCarthy and Tom Christie Redding behavioral
a \\hoelchair. Always an pay In some cases contact More than 60 exhibits of Williams both received second science and Paula Carter
active man Mr. K. is at a lossin with clients may be made In scientific projects were dis- place. In junior biological chemistry
trying to fill his time with the home, the hospital or a played in the Bradford High sciences. Lori Shinn won first Honorable mentions In the
new activities His irritabilityis nursing home Lack of moneyor Science Fair for review by a prize and Beth Dyal won fair were Robbin Hood. Pris-
affecting his wife and the confinement to home or panel of teachers and scientific second for her project in behavioral cilia Stalnaker Keith Carter
Ifs are unhappy with each hospital are no reasons to specialists last Thursday to sciences. Ellen George Karen Reddish
other and fight a lot. avoid seeking! help. select winners. Topics of the John Samons took first Elaine: Nugent and Teresa
People like these frequentlycall Through community education projects ranged from radiation place in the math category of Devore.
the Bradford-Union Guidance the Clinic Is trying/ to pre to leukemia. the physical sciences portionof Alternates to the regional
Clinic's Gerontology vent problems before they science fair were selected by
Overall winner of the senior the fair and Briar Patraywon
Program., appear We work in cooperation Spanish Students To Go Mexico; division (sophomores juniorsand second place for her math judges to participate in case
older requires that with other agencies! first second place winner
Crowing seniors) physical sciences Kevin Neel won or
Itrailfnrit. students toward' break project.
High Spanish are working trip
These ten a over spring/( to
some major changes be made helping! them to become more Mexico.llnriiiU I category of the judging was second place In physical cannot be- there. These are
hmt.. think of ourselvesand sensitive to the needs of the Nelson (il'eE'n.Iichelle!
in Terry Carver who also won behind Terry Carver
(he April I.V20:; : (rip, hey plan to see a bullfight: the shrine iluarialnpe, he pyramidsof science
the world around us. elderly. We also provide educational the first place prize awarded Two first prizes were given Guillion. John' Cooper and
tin. Sun nail :.Moon. mid other. attractions. near :Mexico City.
Sometimes, things don't turn programs dealing! by the American Institute of for zoology projects In the Anthony Franklin.
The girls; fane earned money for (the journey through a faculty dinner a daily hake sale In
out as they should and a person with all aspects of getting Chemical Engineering. division and three
Ibl'S/allih/ class; and u raffle. They al>;plan to stage/( a car wash another faculty dinner and a senior
will find him or herself older. Ml hake '1III'lu.r..rl'lI'llInl"l1. the $:iMI( trip.Sln..llt Carver displayed a study of second prizes. Connie Muse
alone, no one with whom to The Gerontology programin other schools will these : the radiation within the city and Dwight Hewitt won first HouseholdHotline.
>; from area join ( ; ten /girls( for the flight( Mexico City and
I talk over problems.The this community is aimed at limits of Starke, using a diffusion this Scott
lour. They are (I-rl. Irene WainwrlKht. Helen l.ee Esther Itobinson>;!lalldra Johnson! Beverly place in category.
Clinic can help fill this meeting the needs of the \1o'1I111111! Scott Ithomla Khmlen Gloria Strickland, teacher and trip coordinator ..Iniina cloud chamber. He found Tinsler. Stephanie Green and
gap by providing counselorswho people it serves. In order to do \ llallman. Cindy ('anova and Uremia Sapn. by the way, that no significantor Nancy Hildreth all were ...
skilled in that best, \\welcome
are helping any alarming level of radiation awarded second prizes for
people cope with their suggestions: from the com- 1 --- --- exists in this area. their zoology projects.

problems munity and invite people to /;n":.\T DKBT the Starke Police Department want to express my whole. Paula Carter won second Jennifer Jockel earned first H'KSTION': : Does diet
The Clinic can help people get: involved with us. STMIKE POLICE and for the generous hearted thanks publicly. place In the American Institute place in health and medicine. bread contain less calories
who are grieving over the lossof The Clinic's phone numberis TO help courtesy and warm -Else H. McCormackP.O. of Chemical Engineering Pam Tucker took top honorsin than white bread? And. how
a loved one Help is also 9fi4-8.182: and we are located Dear Sir: friendliness of its Chief and Box 234 awards. botany and Karen Powell about whole wheat bread?
prouded 1 for those who have at :32t! West Madison Street in Recently I had the misfortune officers I do not know how I Holicong.Pa. Robin Chism won first prize won first in behavioral stu (Mrs.! P.J,1.1NSWEIt
lost some of their own abilities Starke. of being rather badly would have managed to get in the senior division of the :: The calorie content -
through disease or increasingage shaken up in an auto accident through the painful days that biological science categoryfor dies.Five second prizes were of different breads is so
01 tt'n. those who are Cheese wedges are generally while passing through Starkeon followed.As experimentation on the awarded to students in similar, about the only way
close to an aging relative orspouse less expensive than cheese my way home to Pennsyl- it was I was able with When you find yourself buy effect of ascorbic acid (Vitamin behavioral sciences to Linda you can reduce the calories is I
will need help in dealing purchased sliced, cubed or vania. The mishap occurredon their unsparing help to get ing another multiple outlet, ask CI) in causing diabetes in Richardson. Susan Kbling./( to slice it thinner While one
with their own fellings grated. the day before my 74th organized and on my way yourself if you may be over- white rats. Mark Box Susan Edwards bread may contain more milk
about what is happening. birthdayHad home again. I owe a great loading the circuits. If In junior division comprised and Darla Christopher. solids or fat. another contains
When a person comes to the Graham flour is another name it not been for the outstanding debt of gratitude to the Starke don't know don't chance it.you of ninth graders only, Carolyn Roller won a second more starch but tae same size
(I'linic he or she meets with a for whole wheat flour. professionalism of Police Department, and I Dwayne Baldwin took first place ribbon for her study in slice of each provides about :55:
counselor and. together they ----- place In physical science for microbiology. to 60 calories.
his study of the importance of Several participants in the
E4GLEA" ON SMC nutrients in the soil. In biological science fair are also preparing (H'KSTION': '( : How can you
; iff a fact... BBJBtJBI science. Cindy Griffith for the annual talent make sour milk or buttermilk
noil soia duecrrn*TUHI B....WIIC, ..o{! THURSDAY! FRiL AyL presented a first place win search according to Science if you only have hole milk nnha'nd

64 I THilt..'W.III IBIlllIBIIjeJI HMH.lt DISCOUNT STOffCS ning study of how bees communicate Department Chairman Jerry ? (Mrs. C.M.)
'... < 1UI m UURIVM Am SATURDAY with their senses McGriff. In the talent search .v S\\'ttt' : For I cup buttermilk -
21 wh ypric.l' "Methods and the use of which is also held in April or sour milk use: I table

scientific tools weighs heavilyin students give oral presentations spoon vinegar! or lemon juice
the judging almost more so of their studies rather plus enough sweet milk to
PUSED SACK than conclusions drawn from than visual presentations. make I cup. or 1 I-'I I teaspoons
'JCES the studies" said Mrs. Marie cream of tartar plus 1 cup

Woodley, chairman of the Parents viewed the displaysat sweet milk.
Union County High Science the high school Thursday
Department. Mrs. Woodley night/( when announcements o'f IJI'KSTION': ) : Is there anyplace
t3% rd 3/% ... pr/ces x just like days gone by! was one of seven judges.The winners were made by the I can go to get! free
judges. Classes from the high advice and help on mv incometax
four overall winners school and middle school returns'? (Mrs.: J.C.U; >
will join ot her first and second toured the boot hs Friday once ANSWKH'.: : Yes no matter,
Y n wP HEX'S DRESS SUCKS place winners of the BUS winners were chosen. where you live, you can call
: "-- FROM THE #1 MAKER science fair in Lake City on the Internal Revenue Service
.; r. yyy' i AT A YEARS-A60 PRICE March 25.26 for regional judg Third place winners in the toll free for lax assistance. To
Winners of this fair include: Nelson Green
I H :Ew ing. competition find the toll-free number (or
e N A ; will Ihen progress! to the biology junior division: Tim your area check your tax Instruction
/ 3.99 state contest in Panama City Schiller, zoology: Chuck booklet or your local
April 2124. Register, health and medi- telephone dlrectorv: Youill

!ie trre.VAareuS find the number listed under
pure ,Eiilet pushes prices bjcl ti IkeI United States Government
I dim, (dlit put witdoyt tKrtlcli! | Jury Finds Woman GuiltyIn Department of Treasury.In .
SAVE 1/X. SAYE 22X SAYE t9X y vv o'style. t mortal or IMvId foul addition to the free service -
O ill to J14 for tutst
6Se 2 9 9 87 J \MEN'S WHITE DRESS SHIRTS r (VD'AQOiXp top criMtty brood Pry. oo-lroo slicks let Mt it Revenue offered Service by local I Internal retired I
sw' WITH SHORT SLEEVES PO Eille. U.91 Is m you eel Cone Assault CaseBarbara
Jlc Ml PRICE WAS 1.74RONI tied tivorlti pliids aid solids Hampton people may receive counseling
:DISCOUNT: PRICI' "'*: DISCOUNT PUCE WAS DISCOUNT 35H cotton O your
AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION II FT. I VINYL BIDDEN OISPOSAILE IUTINE 854 blend seeds polyester oo kan J.M.XL hurl M sites 28 42.SAVf services in preparing! their
FLUID WITH DURON. REGULAR NOSE WITH SOLID FUSS LIGHTEN GIVES YOU QUICK, { gap /.. Ann Gadson also an old-time finger length federal income tax returns
I FOR NEW FORDS. COUPLINGS. YELLOW, GREEN EASY LIGHTS EVERY TIME. s I J VA 1 known as Barbara Ann Davis, razor on her. from the Institute of LifelongLearning.
1 /RO.Y was found guilty of aggravated She said in order to defend This Tax-Aid' Service -
-----. 4 LIS. to"I. assault on Brenda B. herself she got a ribbon cutter is a public service pro.

\ CHLORDANE } Walling last August 25 in a used to mark up products. gram sponsored by the
\ INSECTICIDE a I p Circuit Court trial by jury last Ms. Walling said the incident National Retired Teachers
::>I&COUN- met' na week.A took no more than five Association e iNRTA) and
minutes. American Association of
1.44 Qom= jury returned a guilty verdict After the incident took place Retired i Persons 'lAAKl'i I
on the charge which Ms. Walling said that she Retirees seeking assistance
e i nV f32
I I >QF4 Y stemmed from an incident called the Bradford County should contact the local
that occurred at the Handy' Sheriff's Department but they chapter of AARP or NKT.A
Way Store in Hampton last did not respond to the call
August 24. Mrs. Gadson was until the next day. She said
SAYE10.0 1 Perhaps you have asked
SAYE 15% VALUE PLUS!
T' knifeon
charged with pulling a
REINFORCED Ms. Carroll and Ms. Gadson some of these same questions
38' WEBIING 3.33 1.47 the store clerk Mrs. Wall waited outside the store by the or have other questions
IND CLIPS b.!. L 3.BB ing during an argument. gas pumps for the law to related to home economics. If

C 5COuN' .. ,;, DISCOUNT PRICE WAS I." SUPER LOW DISCOUNT PRICE DISCOUNT PRICE WASjMf ; Mrs. Gadson denied pullinga come. so. please contact !Mrs. Becky
JET UP WITH 8-E, THE THE HILL THAT DOES WITH NETS IASIETIALL SHOES, / razor (from her blouse, or Deputy Steve Rachus testified Giebeig. County Extension:
a AI I v ELECTRIC UKM CLOCITHtrS YOU! 3-POSITIOH 12" III) FOR TOP LAIEL ON THE COURT! carrying the weapon inside that he answered the call Home ":Economics Agent!
QUIET, OEPE 0 ILE. PATIO, IEACH, CAMP. Contort cushioned wen. lull spent V4L.UErl.UJi VALUE / aj her blouse. the next day and took a Agricultural Building P11.)
insole, dewy dock uppers. 712. written statement from Ms. Drawer 1028 Starke Florida
5.88DISCOUNT Judge R.A. Green. Jr. ordered Walling He said he arrestedMs. :12091.) or call on weekdaysfrom .
a pre-sentence investigation Gadson on Aug./( 29. four Ram. to 5 p m. at !U-
;:i C- PRICE WAS
performed to sen days after the incident took
prior
'"r rr'' 6654. This !service is free lo III|
:+ d' MEN'S LEISURE JACIETSIT ICIIES WESTERN SHIRTS tencing.Ms. place. people without regard lo race
A DYNAMITE LOW PRIM IN SLOE canon CHAMIUV Walling/( testified that Ms. Gadson admitted when color, or national origin.
? 11 11, lifer selector polyester kilts. Loco style takes trout Md hack the defendant and Patricia she took the stand that she
+ area twills, tweeds noel IlL flip pickets, Ion sltem. I Lf
1- Carroll came into the store went to the store with !Ms.
d and name calling developed Carroll to get some wine. My Neighbors
) \ between the three girls. She She said that Ms. Carroll
said that the defendant pulled took the razor from her
SAVE 27% SAY2.44 w bosom. Shealso denied havingthe --
razor in her bosom.
Sass 1.37 6.96 VALUE niis: "I had a tissue that was
i I had bad
wrapped as a
.' v'Se., .... DISCOUNT 'IIC! wAs.IT DISCOUNT' SPICE' WAS M* 11.9 ; A cold." Ms.up Gadson said. -_ -

INDOOR TVIMTENIII WITH I J-P1CK STLVIMI ILIIE DOT UL-STEEL IRONIHQ lOUD v Ms. Gadson denied seeing a
POSITIONS IM'ROVIS TOUR kUCICUIES. liVE 12 PUSHES, WITH PERFORATED TOP, GENUINE LEATHER WOM knife that was in Ms. Wall-
UHF-VHF RECEPTIOI. MORI WITHOUT IATTERIES. HO-SXIO CONSTRUCTION SHOES, A FULL ." NltNCowrieir P ing's hand on cross examination
will eilresistmt Heoprni by Assistant State Attorney -
( \ v Pi1 -1 Y ole rioted lor ullt,. 712. p N ,. \ Tom Klwell: of Gaines.

S ville. She again denied havingthe
r ti vd razor in her blouse.
_
tLui Ask After about an hour and 20
,
J YALUE mnttLUSi
r ,
minutes of deliberation the

\i 98c 3.97 jury returned a verdict of
\ Charley
\ guilty to aggravated/( assault "Well, how was your day,
dear"
POLTESTEI-COTTOH POCF.IT HISSES' NOEOIWN JEANS.INAITHEHTIO E. against Ms. Gadson.
T-SHIRTS FOR ACTIVE ROTS COTTON IERIU. .A.
YALUEILU11 They cone out t ol tits dryer ready! for tiled Ms( low priedsf'v ) Its towi
SAVE 13" SAYE 2,00 let tin anus Ireo M. L. w.dro[ jtifHe li wry coferi III. John

7a 96 4/1.0 5488 5 8 8 'f : Carlton's

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)ISCOUN' .UC0, N.' ? 1,11 DISCOUNT PRICe' WAS IJ t.11 DISCOUNT' PRICE' WAS T.I1 HAND LACED CAMP MOCS FOR A' f' 11r Question:
IHTIOORSMAN 1a, -, rMY "We've had a generous Sales & Service
SERVE I PEOPLE WITH OUR 24 THE COFFEE LOWS HUB IN 11 PC. ',." SQUIRE IRIVE Wind 'lor CMlort. II > 1 X win Christmas sports
PC. FLATWARE SET IN HEAVY WHITE ,LASS, unsocrn WRENCH Sn WITH 'leitner WIth sidled ulC poses. 1 t2. dr
CLUMIN8 STAINLESS/ STEEL STACIIHO OESISH. EHAMELEI METAL CASE.TRAV and camping equipment, 50 East Main Street Lake Butler

cameras: musical: in- Phone 496-2917
/ r SAYU..oo R.. I IUUIIEII struments jewelry.
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.. .J' PLASTIC list whether our insurance:
694 TV's
S4s
'rll'l URIAfiE CAN, IS.,
it for theft
'f J.' !/ LOCILJOCOPPIRTONI SAYUt'o'r covers damage. Dbes the or Specialized Antenna
Systems
: 1-/JI;/ I \ I U/I 4.96 E 3-PAZ" VICES Charley E. Johns

L WJvJjj WAS Dill i WASSV4.41S.oo Agency offer a comparison -
ill.Jli! COBRA '
of our personal pro-
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SAYEIAX i (hnPt3)) CB RadiosSPECAL
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IUSTPIH IN 2.96
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DISCOUNT PRICE WAS J.TT DISCOUNT PRICE' WAS I." DISCOUNT PRICE WAl LAS ?"
DISCOUNT PRiCC, WAS M1T C _ IIUCHI. 12 M WIMAN-IN-WHITf HISSES' SCREEN MINT MISSES' MICE TWIN / -
VIMMM! FIRESIOI COOIlESi 33 ,* TWIN PACI UTILITY SNOI SUE PILTESTEI PANT TIPS 'cnUGIun.lnlVAlltLU E.

CREAM OUPLUCHOCOCHIP WAS Ate 0,0 him I eisfcoe inn you iN-diy c_ livery gisln tat |gut eaR lido SlASh keitkr toMt. Ritk eeflH Charley I Good Used Black/White TV's
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312 Madison St. 100's I3t SO WALNUT ST. s Closed
DISCC VT STORES All Day Thursda
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rlttir'' 't : 4t -
A road numbering systemwas chua County. He said Brad county commission was with the situation if the moneyis
proposed for Bradford ford County would be divided expected and Is Included still not received from the Cityof
County by Charles Kiester, a into four sections, with a in the annual budget.Commissioner Starke,
;: representative of the North dividing line down the middle Ralph Bryan "If we didn't pay the state
Central Florida Regional going north and south, and said that although the Indivi- money we owed them they
_ Planning Council, at a special another east to west. The dual commissioners have would take it out of our revenue -
meeting of the county com- roads In each quadrant wouldbe received apologies from the sharing funds" Shuford
R r.r mission Wednesday, Feb. 18. numbered consecutivelyand city commission, the fact said.
The board did not imme carry the designation remains that no payment has Shuford suggested the same
diately show approval of any northeast southeast, north been received by the county idea where the city is concerned
numbering system suggested.. west and southwest. since December. Money which the
Instead, the commissioners Kiester said that a suffix, Commissioner Dave county pays for fire protectionwas
r 4 : y.. agreed the matter needs fur. such as street or avenue Shuford said that there mightbe mentioned as one possibility -
ther study. Adoption of any would also be required to Indi- other methods of dealing of this type action

r system of road naming or cate which roads run north ....
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4T 4TTral numbering Is months away, and south and which runs east
the board indicated. and west.
Several months ago the He said that in the coordinate Gospel SingSat.
III'1'Y 4-\|>I iwpit, a .PIHVHMUP for (hifrnmc "'|i>ni. s.-!mitalnod units, and that (here Is no hallway outside for commission asked the plan. system quadrants would
"pnrary"' tl.issriiiiiiis. i III M.Kitrnm' : |II.| .>v. air floe unit ones students, l lu Hoisih' walk nil and ctll\\n.|( ning council to submit alter- also be used but locations Feb.
28 -7
"il.liIlu.wd.) Km lh> 1I''h..I'4 i""llik.* (lie |>ii\.uv' ofll,,,. nate plans of road numbering would be designated by the ., P.M.

in order to assist emergencyand use of two numbers, one for
fire units in finding specific the north or south location and The
Featuring
School
Board Inspects Portable Classrooms locations. A numbering the other for east or west, suchas
system would be beneficial to "1500 north 2400 west.
Rradford school board structures for (their self.containment phases of Bradford High $1.3 million\ at around the post office as well. Kiester said this second system BOWEN FAMILYFrom
members seemed to be favorably Lout privacy The Sc'hool. It is a foregone conclusion $1.105.000, he says. If so, the Kiester presented two plansfor is better because it pin-
impressed with so-called |x>i'tables! in ll.iker. County are of the board that Phase 4 board could complete more or the commission's consideration points a location more pre. Douglas Ga. &
"portable" frump classrooms also conditioned' 'd and regularclassroomvurcnot of the high school will be built, maybe all four sections of One he describedas cisely. He recommended that
they Inspected in Baker mak. the indecision revolves on Phase 5. the "quadrant system" the state roads should retain The Singing Flowers From Live Oak
County last Thursday ins leathers opt for the port. leaving off one or more sec and the other the "coordinate their present numbers, but
e lions of Phase 5 or cutting system." that spaces be left in the numbering
: costs of the elementary class- Kiester pointed out that the system to add them at
",
"" -'W'i .-."- nxwas to leave money to finish two systems are very similar a later date.Biggest Pine Grove
.- -. 7 /as many of the four sections of but added that the coordinate concern of the com
Phase 1 5 as possible system was more flexible and missioners In consideringeither
J The hoard is also hoping .. easier for emergency units to plan was how well a CongregationalMethodist
bids will come in under the i work with. numbering system would be
estimated $1.3 l million which He said the quadrant system understood by residents
architect Sallev has said arel'nnol'r'utivt'.Iids would be similar to that They seem to agree, how
\ could come S used in Gainesville and in Ala. ever, that something needs to ChurchOn
in about 15 percent: under the ) be done, and that it will take

State Fails To years plan select implement any SR 199 OFF OF SR 16 Raiford Fla.

Work commission also agreed B-B-Q Venison Supper After Sing
ExperienceI'rogrnnt Prove FSP that it would be better to number
I tdI roads than to try to name -
Provides Inmate Attack them. Confusion already
exists in road names they

Eni|>loin en I For 49 of said and everybody has his
A directed verdict
own idea of what name a new Earn Your High School
acquittal on charges of pos-
; road should have.
The Department of Comnumitv session of a weapon by a state would have to be
1 Division of J 1i 1i.1.N. Any plan
Affairs. DIPLOMA.
,I I ,,...j lOt"- ( Community Services Work l11 prisoner assault on a and correctional aggravated officer I. flexible incorporate enough additions in order of roadsin to .
"t Experience: Program! is ordered last week in
was
.... providing! jobs for 49\ of .I the trial of Samuel Lee Harris The the county.commission decided By Taking The GED Tests.
'd and Union County'smost
Hi.idtoi
an inmate at Florida State
that more study needs to be
I disadvantaged! persons Prison, given both plans.In Applications For The GED Tests
!Mrs Debra
according to
The state had not proved the the
ett Williams t field supervisor for other business com- Are Taken At The
"Doc" llolliday just allegation that Harris had mission discussed briefly the Being
t Bradfoid. Union and had to try out one of the elementary pulled a zip gun on an officer of Starke's on
City position
Columbia Counties BRADFORD UNION AREA VO-TECH CENTERThe
desks when the argued Assistant Public refusing to pay its $3,000 -
i Bradford l School Hoard inspected Defender Vic Hulslander of annual fee for
The jobs are funded from "portable" classrooms Gainesville, Circuit Judge trol, and $3,500 mosquito annual pay con Deadline Is March 3, 1976

Title I of the Comprehensive in Baker County The RA. Green Jr. granted the ment for rignts-of-way on US- Call 964.6150 For Information
Employment and TrainingAct fit was a little titter than it defense's motion for acquittal. 301
I iCKTA: ) under Ihe Work used to be the Bradford Judge Green did rule that The commission was in- Examination Will Be
Experience Program which school board member admitted the case could be sent to the formed letter several
..; by
.-- : ., .'''' has persons assigned! in two jury on an assault and battery months ago of the city's action MARCH 8.9.10.11 MARCH 12th
J. throughout thecounties I .
categories Mack
Prosecutor
.charge.
1 i 1)) School which was taken in an effort to From 1 :00 P.M, to 10:00: P.M. 8:30: To 4:00: P.M. i
Dupl.| l lIidlll..I .I'H'kd I si-lls tlikiiri 1 J \"'airman J'.il ponilyrHI : | ". : : Youth Futch said he would dismiss trim the city budget. The
llii-.iilx.iiil.i" cs nf UKiitit.klilo| ) ("I.ISSMHMIIS. mil Ire I last of .r.1\ 1>P.t"'IJ12)> Adult Workfxperonce 2 Arrested For the assault and battery money according to the
Mini l, is I II" tliHHHi. |sine. |Ii g .per, unit : 6 persons charge clearing Harris.
Several correctional offi- -
The board is seeking wavstostrctchSl ables 1\ hen the have a Objectives of the in-school LB RobberyLAKE cers told of an incident last
2 million over its choice program is to help the needy March 31 when Harris and
prop.'I'II' l building program, in The leathers also liked the school students form
| high
consuliTiiin cheaper altcinatives fad! that (be healing. .and. air. good' work habits and at the BUTLER Two Ala. other taken prisoners shower were and shave being THIS MONTH *
on a
imhvi
In loinentuinal school' conditioning I i units are same time provide him with chua men11'1'1' arrested by
testified that
Die Ixi.ud is faced dually' controlled, Tlll'v I don t Starke City Police and detail. Officers
buildings! ( the money he needs to stay in Harris'
reached
with huilding new class 1(1'a" much trouble as the school The adult is returned here to jail followingan when they
program
1'04111dlll'in1.!. the coming larger unit in the main building to furnish a temporary job early Wednesday morning cell he \produced cloth and a zip placedit gun 200 YEARS AGO A
wrapped in a
Near 1 and if 1 one 1 dues !givetiouble while I the individual gains armed robbery of a Lake Butler in the stomach of one of the
would\ 1 the I the other lortablerla..rtonis market.
Portables sane tt ork experience and developshl'II'I' fin-
officers After the state
.
$17.DIM) \ are not affected.I'orlililt'
board snme per or new skills by attending Hulslandl'r's
ished with its witnesses -
"" classrooms as a David MoDamel. 24, and
classroom, ,\ > loot school part-time.
be built less, expensive alternative to Franklin Bell, 21. were motion for acquittalwas
frame slimlinecan A Ci. Standland is the state
lit-ilc l and ...nnditionccl for conventional' school buildings! coordinator of the Department arrested in Starke shortly granted. 2901 MAR 76 Form 31 CICWUIC
around Slooim arehiteitCraiK aie now seen in virtually ol Community Affairs after the lam. holdup of
S.illes told Hie hoardnumlx'is turf' county surioiimlingI'.i.idloid Work Kxpenence: Program. Handy Way !Market at the
. loinpaiecl In o\er Although wary of Tallahassee The local Field intersection of SR-100 and SR-
$.25.txx) IXT, lassrixmi for conventional 15111' tables prior' to the inspection Supervisor is located at H.1Urdwards ; 231 in Lake Butler Electric blankets make it BOSTON IS WON FOR THE COLONIESForm
school buildings of it remains to be seen : Koact Starke, easier to turn the heat downat
. masonry construction what the Itiadloid Ixiard. will "We sure appreciate night. They use little energy -
'Ihv I frame' units' hat I' the opt for" when it finally has to Energy Ideas Starke's help in the arrest. If but keep that winter chill
addecl\ advantage lli.it they choose priorities in nltl'ar' it weren't for the quick think ,out.
can I be moved Iroin one schoolto \ s building piogramSup The federal Energy Administration ing of the city police we might <
another if school enrollments Itichaici .lockel and has an energy hint never has a caught them" Use kitchen vent sp.uingly. cY yt
change 'Inn are not his stall. ,and I High Sl'IlIM,1l'l'illl' f'rl1mcn: slacks will keep said Union County Sheriff your
In hour
just it can
an
really (xirtable, and would pal ( bai'les Franl' are von I S degrees warmer than a John \\hitehead
a bouse mover Hut pushing for 'lIlI1pl.ltnll of the skirt I literally blow away a housefull!
require they could be moved \Local I high ", 'I"HIhidl has taken a i 4 Dr warmed air.
school population\, issec-nslntt, 1 kit'k .I'alill major sI'lIlH'I"III1'
Hrooker in the strtiction stalling hark m the
ing{ to the area
for instance mid 14init's\
next' f'Wears
Architect: S.IIII'y designed ,\ ploet| 'ted cost of $1.1
the jwirtables) at the :\tIieBenny million has hero placed' on the B 1 ': j je 1'Q
schools, iitul directed 1 t'lTibuilding; pl'ngrntl1hkh LINOTICr1Serving
include II new elemen d A
the board; members' on a tour is to
of the MIXK) tramid I buildings tart il.issiooins. at \l.awtev i
the SIIlIlh".11111\ Stark ":II'nll'i1. <
Baker teachers in port' ;
schools and the final two
ahles, said they preler the tart .
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brought her to Lawtey over '
Church of God I'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF NOTICE OFAPPLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF : Sunday the weekend. Mrs. Gaynell i
School 10 a.m. Services
Worship
fHE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT FOR THE FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 11 am. 7 Elizabeth Terry Mooty of Clarkston, Ga. is i
IN AND FOR BRADFORD p.m. Prayer with Sidney Harbin I
OF FLORIDA, IN AND TAX DEED staying
COUNTY, FLORIDA. Meeting Tuesday 7:30 p.m. returned home Friday parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sunday afternoon.Mr. while he Is in the hospital.Mr. .
FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN YPE Friday at 7:30 p.m. morning after a two week visit Prevatt, Sunday afternoon. and Mrs. Robert and Mrs. Charles Hall

that W.R. Alderman, the holderof CASE NO.7644IN Evergreen Baptist: Sunday with) his mother, Mrs. Maude Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Boyette Norman and son, Angle and daughter of Inverness and I

CASE NO. 76-3 the following certificates has RE: The marriage of WILLIE School 10 a.m. Worship Services Stephens of Richmond Ky. and family visited their Coleman. and Mr. and Mrs. their father. James R. Hall,

filed said certificates for a tax TOMPKINS, Husband and 11 a.m. and 6:30: p.m. He also saw his brothers andsIsters brother and sister-in-law, Mr. Joseph Starling and David Sr. of Ormond Beach were

DEPARTMENT OF OFFENDER deed to be issued thereon. The SYBIL RAE NOBLES TOMPKINS Prayer Meeting Wednesday at while there. He and Mrs. Earl Boyette and attended the car races In Lake Sunday, afternoon guests of his

REHABILITATION of the Stateof certificate numbers and years of Wife. 7 p.m. sustained a back injury while family of Columbus, Ga. over City on Saturday nite. and daughter-in-law Rev.
son ,
Florida. an Agency and public Issuance, the description of the Faith Baptist: Radio there and is laid up for a few the weekend. Their mother, Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Anders and Mrs. Jim Hall and family.Mr. .
body corporate of the State of property and the names In Program over WPXE Starke Our with Mrs. weekend with their
NOTICE OF ACTIONTo 8a.m. days. prayers are O.J. Boyette, Sr., who spent the and Mrs. Hermie Kelly
Florida acting on behalf of the which it was assessed are as : Sunda)'. Bible School 10 him.Mr. had spent two weeks with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr visited their cousin, Carr

Trustees of the Internal Improvement follows: Sybil Rae Nobles Tompkins a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and Mrs. Waldo Pringle son,Earl, and family returned and Mrs. James Anders and Colley, of MacClenny of

Trust Fund, Certificate No. 67. Residence Unknown and 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting of Worthington Springs spent home with them. family of Palatka. They Sunday afternoon.Mr. .

Petitioner, Year of Issuance, 1971. YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an Wednesday 7:30: p.m.Bible Tuesday night with their Friends of Reggie Normanof brought them home on Sunday and Mrs. D.E. Henley
of N 30'ofLat4ofBlkl8inLT&COS
-vs- Description Property: Study. sister. Mrs. Pierce Crews.Mr. Gulf Hammock regret to afternoon.
action for dissolution of LaMar, Mo. spent a week with
CHURCH; T. W. TATUM; Grace United Methodist: and Mrs. Ted Bryan and learn that he is a patient in
CHARLIE MAE MOORE; and SID Sec 28, TWP-6-S, R22. marriage has been filed and you Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Lisa of Gainesville the Shands Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. R.T. Van Arp her mother Mrs. Rossie
spent Hospital
,
are required to serve a copy of Ormond Beach were Reddish and son Henry, and
JOHN S. EVANS. Defendants. Name in which assessed: sdall ct)
Worship Services 11 a.m. and weekend with their with broken Our
a
parents leg.
,
if prayersare
defenses to and
your written any, and Friday guestsof their son-in-law daughter,
Maybell Powell Est c/o Ruth Thursday
Choir Practice and Mrs.
7pm. 7 p.m. Mr. Raymond with him. His parents
SUMMONS SHOW Cohen. it on petitioner's attorney their son-in-law and Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Mc-
NOTICEOF whose name and address Is and United Methodist Bryan. Other guests for stayed with him Saturday Rev. and Mrs. Jim Clellan and other relativesand
CAUSE AND All of said property being in daughter.
Fellowship Wednesday. Sunday dinner were their son- and
p.m. night Sunday.
MYRON C. PREVATT, JR., friends.Mr. .
EMINENT of Bradford State of Hall and family.Mr.
the County ,
Methodist
United Women in-law and daughter, Mr. and A miscelleneous bridal
P.O. Box 634, Keystone and Mrs. Dobbs and Mrs. Jerry Vogler
PROCEEDINGSIN Casey
DOMAIN Florida. met at the home of Mrs. Mrs. Ronald G. Williams and shower for Mrs. David Kelly
Unless such certificate or Heights, Florida 326S6 on or were guests of their parents, and girls of New Smyrna
STATEOF before March 16 1978 and file Wilma Wainwright on sons.Mr. was given at the home of Mrs. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs Beach Sunday with their
THE spent
THE NAME OF certificates shall be redeemed Mrs. and Mrs. Boch of Durban Mr.
Tuesday morning. Lynn Bonnie Friday
the with the clerk of this
and
original afternoon. Mr. Mrs. Doc
FLORIDATO law the Sunday parents
according to property
Roberts Jacksonville
Hostesses Mrs.
before service George presiding.Mrs. were Sunday morning. were
court either onpetitioner's Eunice of Decatur Mosley.
described in such certificate or Immediately Frank Coos gave: the dinner guests of their mother, George Roberts, Miss Ar- Jimmy
ALL IT MAY CONCERN: certificates will be sold to the thereafter attorney otherwisea or devotional and program. Mrs. Daisy Boch and grand- thurine Blanchard, Mrs. Ga. visited his parents Mr.

highest bidder at the court ; the meeting adjourned a mother, Mrs. Nellie Wilkin- Hubert Priest, Mrs. Wilma and Mrs. Harold Eunice and (CLASSIFIED" : HATES
will be entered for
AND TO: house door on the 16th day of judgment delicious luncheon servedby Mrs. Bonnie brother Julius Eunice and

(111) The following persons and March. 1976. the relief demanded In the peti- the Hostess. There was were 16 son.The ladies of Laura Baptist Wainwright Durban and, Mrs. Idell other relatives. last weekend. I"'101111. I I ute fur I ins I'I'llun

parties who are residents of the Dated this 9th day of February tion.WITNESS hand and the ladies present. Church were hostesses for a Boyette. After Mrs. Kelly Friends of Sidney Harbin of '''nl', '.ila'' ')' :Noon: i prri'riliiiK

State of Florida whose names 1976. my The next Meeting will be at bridal shower for Mrs. Roger opened her gifts a delicious Orlando regret to learn that he 'Ihursil.ik, before liii blicat iiiii.l .
Court
seal of this this 16th
on General
and places of residence are let the church Tuesday, March 2. Eunice Thursday night at the luncheon was served by the is a patient in Palm
1976.GILBERT.
of
forth as far as ascertainable by By: Gilbert S. Brown day February Highland Baptist: Sunday Highland Church. Mr3. Louise hostesses. There were :24 Hospital Hialeah with a heart :Minimum l ('hal.ltl', $::1.00<> )

diligent search: Clerk of Circuit Courtof school 10 a.m. Worship Ser Austin was in charge from guests present. Out of town attack. Our prayers are with I('ia I'I'S I I.;) \\ or

((1)) Church address unknown. Bradford County Ra. BROWNAs vices 11 a.m and 6 p.m. Laura Church and Mrs. Iris guests were his grandmother, him. Mrs. Harbin went downto Eadllwll mrr 1.1
((2)) T.W. Tatum, Route One. 2/12 3/4 Clerk of the Court be with him.
4tchg Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 PenDarvis in charge from 10 "'l>llS
Box. 32, Lawtey, Florida 32063 By: Marian McRaeAs Mrs. David Kelly of Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly'
------------- Highland. There were about 25
131 Mrs. Charlie Mae Moore Deputy Clerk p.m.Northside Jacksonville: her mother, and Mrs. Truby Wainwright
ladies After All ('Ia"iflt'd1101 must he
!
Baptist: Sunday present. some
Post Office Box. 173, Lawtey, NOTICE OFAPPLICATION 2/194tchg 311NOTICE Mrs. Jeanette Troxel of Boca went to see Mrs. Maude Rowe
FOR School 10 a.m. Worship Ser games Mrs. Eunice openedher |liii iid fur in ails IIn"I' unless you
32068 -----------Mk aB Raton, and Mrs. Jim HaU'smother Wainwright's sister)
Florida (Mrs.
vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. gifts. Refreshments of hiiit',: an i-sUililislnMl uccmnilwitli
((4))John S. Evans Post Office TAX DEED OF INTENTIONTO Mrs. R.T. Van Ar- and Miss Enza: Blanchard at
cake and Hie in flail
served. 1"1"1:1'11 ,
7 Ih
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Prayer Meeting Wednesday punch were : |
sdell of Ormond Beach.Mr. .
Box. 69 3449. Miami Florida REGISTER the nursing home at Mac-
,
p.m. Friends of Mrs. Gladys \ellt ;"ill trills evll'll fllJIKefor
that W.R. Alderman the holderof and Mrs.
Henry Hodgesand
33169. certificates has FICTITIOUS NAME Carter regret to learn that she clenny Sunday afternoon. hillinI01! = r.'s! |>oiisible, foi..
((21 The unknown assigns the following Pursuant to Section 86609 family attended the car Mr. and Mrs. Harry
PERSONALSMiss :\ is a patient in Bradford errors, when. |Ithl'n over, ihpjplmne
certificates for
filed said a tax
is races at Lake City Saturday of
in interest trusteesor Florida Statutes Notice Highsmith and daughter
successors 1..11.
deed to be issued thereon. The Arthurine Blanchard County Hospital with or \'s copy I is not
any other parties claiming by of hereby given that the undersigned visited Mr. and Mrs. Vernon pneumonia. Our prayers are night. Jacksonville, visited their I>|>cl unil brought( lu the office.
certificate numbers and
through or against the above years PAUL C. NUGENT JR., Richards and other friends at with her. Mr. and Mrs. C.K. Cowan of uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. .

named individuals or organization issuance the description of the Post Office Box. 303, Hampton, Green Cove Springs Thur Rev. and Mrs. Frankie Jacksonville) were Saturday Fred Moore on Saturday
and the in
whether existing or property names Bradford County, Florida, Smith of Starke overnight guests of their afternoon.
sday.
which .it was assessed as business the were Sunday parents Mr. and Mrs. J.F. II L. Barfield ..
under Mrs.
dissolved. :32044, doing Donald Brandeis of Atlanta dinner guests of Mrs. C.R. Mr and ,.
((3)) And against all persons follows: firm name of "T-n-E ELECTRIC Ga. spent Tuesday and Crews. Robertson. Mr. and Mrs. J.C have been in Orlando spending ,

and parties claiming or having Year Certificate of Issuance No. 60.1968. ," Post Office Box 303 Wednesday with his mother in Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly Beach came tor a visit on some time with their HOUSES FOR SALE

and interest oqlaim all owners Description of Property: 1 Lot Hampton Bradford County Christ, Miss Elizabeth Terry. went to Keystone Heights to ..... .....

mortgagees judgment creditorsor 208.75 Sq Lying In SW Cor. of Florida, 32044, intends to register While here they visited Mr: help their brother, E.L. Kelly
lienholders of, upon or said fictitious name under the HAMPTON AREA NEWSby
NW '. of SW'/4 Sec: 18, TWP6.S. Mrs. Carl Prevatt and Mrs. celebrate his 75th birthday on
against the parcel of land R22. provisions of aforesaid Statute. Sidney Hansen and conducteda Saturday. They had a large FOR SALE: By owner 3 BR. 28

described in the Petition in Bradford Name in which assessed: Paul C. Nugent, Jr., sole short prayer meeting at crowd as his brothers and brick home double carport,
Josephine Fontaine
County. Florida owner. partially carpeted drapes. 3
Jessee TysonAll each place. sisters and most all of his
The Florida Department of of said property being in Dated this 9th day of February Manuel Stephens of StarkeLEGALS children and step-children and blocks from school. Ph. 47320J9 -
.
Offender Rehabilitation has fileda the County of Bradford State of A.D. 1976 at Hampton, their families were present. SHItVBBKRY NEEDED 1'KRSONAUS( after 5 p.m. and weekends /\

Petition in Eminent Domain Florida Florida. Mrs. Helen Roberts of Fort FOR \MPTON: : PARK Mrs. Diane Bruno and her tfchg

proceedings against you seeking. Jr. Mrs. Bobbie Sheppard. cousin Wayne Brodsky - -- -
Unless such certificate or /s/ Paul C. Nugent, Lauderdale spent the long n.
to condemn for public purpose certificates, shall be redeemed 2/12 4tchg 3/4 weekend with her grand. chairman of the HamptonArea visited their grandparents in FOR SALE: By owner. 3 bedroom

the fee simple title to the parcel according to law the property -------------- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF mother, Mrs. Rossie Reddish. Recreation Committee, St. Petersburg recently. CB home. LR. kitchen

described below located in described in such certificate or THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Robin, Scott and John is asking for donations of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Holm Fla. room carport, boat shed.

Bradford County, Flonda: certificates will be sold to the NOTICE or NAMES or pensONS' OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR Tinsler spent the weekend shrubbery to be planted at the of Cranston R.I. spent two 16' x 32' pool. Chain link

South Sixty-Five (1651) feet of APPEARING TO SI OWNS**OP BRADFORD COUNTY. with their parents, Mr. and Hampton Area Park. Anyone weeks with their son-in-law fence. Saratoga Heights. Call
bidder at the court
North Two Hundred Sixty 12601) highest ABANDONED PROPERTYPuriuint wishing to donate plants may and daughter Mr. and Mrs.
for
house door on the 16th day of to Section 11 ol Chipttr 717. Mrs. Albert Tinsler, and 964-5275 appointment.
feet of East Four Hundred Thirty 1976. Florida' S..u.... cntltlM ""''OO"ld. CASE NO.7649IN family of Miami. Their call !Mrs. Sheppard at 4681199or Kenneth Croll after the birthof 2/19 2tp 2/26

I (14301 feet of SE% of SW/4 of March Ditpolition, of UncUlmtd Property. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Fontaine at 468-1156. their first grandson. Kevin - - -
NE'.. Except East Thirty-Five Dated this 9th day of February Act", notic It hHby glvtn' that th. grandparents, Help is also needed to set out Jan.
26 at
Croll
Thomas
RE: The Marriage of John Tinsler of Beach on
1976. persons listed below .pp...r to ft* lhownrt City FOR SALE OR TRADE: 10x50.
((35)) feet Section 26, Township of unclalmtd' p.r.oi.l or In. PATRICIA G. HORNE. Ohio who were also there. the shrubbery, and anyone the Jacksonville Naval Medical Mobile. home 2 bedrooms
South Range 22 East Bradford tangible, property prBtumwf abaft.aonM Wife/ Col. and Mrs. Wm. Wilson wishing to assist in this pro- Center. 1 I
Can be KOA
By: Gilbert S. Brown, 2000. seen at
0.64 .. THIS DOCS NOT INVOLVE Petitioneraod also call Mrs.
County Florida containing went to Cocoa Beach ject may Daniel Dikon of Waldo cele-
Call 325-4803
Clerk Circuit Court of REAL ESTATE. Campgrounds.
acres more or less. ROBERT HORNE, Husband/Re- Saturday morning to attend Sheppard. brated his 5th birthday at the
Bradford County, Fla Account Numbvrt f "".007. Ap. or 325-2763. Itchg 2/26
You and each of you are com .... home of his aunt, Mrs. Diane
3/4 pares Own.: Thom., J Rt. 3, spondent the wedding of Miss Stella
2/12
manded to file written defensesto 4tchg .,ook.". Fla., 1M21. Marie Deal and SENIOR= CITIZENS: : Bruno. with friends and relatives r
--------------S George
the Petition in the office of the Information, conctrning the amount ore.Scrstion NOTICE OF SUIT Lewis. DINNKR: : ENJOYED: : FOR SALE: BR. 2 Bath, block
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF ol tho Property and. .". William with LR. OR, Den ft
Clerk of the Circuit Court in and namt and ....,.., ol .... _o.r may NOPROPER'TVToROBERT Mrs. Robert Lee visited her Mark Bruno has returned to garageon
for Bradford County Florida in FLORIDA, EIGHTH JUDICIAL bo obtained' by any .p.rton peitettlng, mother, Mrs. G.L. Peterson, The Hampton Senior Citi- Hampton to live' with his large lot at 1105 W. I

the City of Starke Bradford CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR BRAD- an Inl.,...In the property by add,.... : HORNE at the home of her daughter, zens covered dish dinner was father. Arthur Bruno after Madison St. Call Freeman t

County. Florida on or before the FORD COUNTY. .Ine.nlnqulw.oOER&LDA.... Comotroll. AII.noon.d LEWIS., address unknown Mrs. Bettie Tresca of delicious) and those who failedto living in Miami for the past Register III 964 8771 or 964-
CIVIL ACTION
23rd day of February 1976 and attend missed a wonderful 5888. tfchg
Property Section. Capitol. YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an Keystone Heights on Thur. eight months.
to serve your written defenses CASE NO. 7636In T.11......... Plorlda 11)04. ...u,. to action for Dissolution of sday afternoon. evening. About 30 people Belated birthday wishes to
upon the Attorney for the misSion' accoisnI "umb.". n.m. and attended with visitors from Oranelta who was 11
has been filed againstyou Miss Arthurine Blanchard Ramsey
Re The address .. In thiS, notice.. Marriage
of DANIEL published
Department of Offender Re. : marriage Unless proof ot ownership' II o..n,... and you are required to and Mrs. Lucille T. Ivey at. out of town including Mr. and ears old on !Feb. 16; also to t MOTORCYCLES J

habilitation on or before that JAMES BROSNAN Husband, to the holder by May 7, ,l1.. .... serve a copy of your written tended the Hampton Senior Mrs. Joe Kerrigan of Starke: Shirley Ramsey. !Feb. 10.
and JULIE PHILBIN
which defenses shall show BROSNAN. Schaub of Bellmore.
daTe. property will be delivered to 'tisCam&roii.r Florence
if to it SHAW. Citizens Club
defenses any, on Friday night.
what right title or interest you, Wife. 'lurther claims of,must Plorida.' be directed Thereafter to ,the all.. KOPELOUSCS HEAD, Attorneys They served a pot luck dinner. Long Island. N.Mr.; and SCHOOL( :NK\\S: :

or any of you, have or claim in Comptroller of FloridaOERALDA' for Petitioner, whose Guests of Mr. and Mrs Carl Mrs. Freeman Duvall of FOR SALE: By owner. 1975
and of the above-de NOTICE OF SUIT Painted N.Y. Mrs. Ollie ElementarySchool Suzuki T-500 900 crash
to any LEWIS address is 142 West Call Street. Prevatt during the week were Post. ; Hampton miles
ToJulie: Philbin Brosnan Comptroller ol' Florida' children have been bar and
scribed parcel and show cause Matthews of Waldo. and Miss bar windshield sissy
P.O. Box 1086, Starke. Florida their brother and sister-in-
.
should be taken for 12 Hazel Avenue I 7e Ilchg 1 tIN Blanchard of deal of good 2 helmets $900. See at first
why it not -------------- 32091. and file the original with law Rev. and Mrs. Konzo Arthurine getting( a great !
the uses and purposes set forthin South Farmingdale Lawtey. exercise during their Physical trailer behind Pinehurst Gro-
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF the Clerk of the abovestyledCourt Prevatt of Starke. Wayne
the Petition or default may be Long Island. NY. 11735 March The next regular meetingwill Education periods. PrincipalTom very Hwy. 100 S. Steve
before 26. of Starke their
was
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT oct or Harper
entered YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a be held March has purchased ten Crews. 2/26
against you. at 7 p.m. 5 Casey lip
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR 1976. otherwise a judgment may dinner guest of Saturday. Mr.
Petition, for Dissolution of skates
WITNESS MY HAND as Clerk for the Lonnie in the Hampton Recreation pairs of roller throughthe
BRADFORD COUNTY. be entered against you and Mrs. Teston
of the Circuit Court in and for Marriage has been filed against Center. school funds accumulated STARKE'
CASE NO. 76-15 relief demanded in the Petition. served them dinner on Sun SUZUKI OF Your,
you. and you are required to>> sale of school .
Bradford County Florida and WITNESS my hand and the day. by the picturl's.The authorized Suzuki Dealer
the seal of the Court on 6th day serve a copy of your Answer or CKFT CLASS children are instructed in
M.F. WIGGINS and MANA seal of said Court on the 20th Raymond McAllister, Phone 964 6020 304 East Call
pleading to the Petition on thePetitioner's methods of roller
of Jdn, at Starke Florida. The Wednesday afternoon the proper
Street.
of 1976.GILBERT and tfchg
C. WIGGINS his wfe Plaintiffsvs day February, William Sillers Gary
attorney Craft Class meets at 2:30: p.m. skating for fun and recreationas
Lupton of Gainesville were
Gilbert S. Brown VALENTINE BATES 726 NW' in the Hampton Recreation well as safety
S. BROWNAs
Bill and
CARL A. HARDEN and LOTTIEL. weekend guests of
8th Avenue, Suite B. Gainesville -
Clerk of the above- Center. Everyone is invited to
Clerk of Said Court
styled Court Florida and file the original HARDEN. his wife. Defen Ray Wilson. participate in these sessions Every child from gradesone
By: Beulah Moody Mr. and Mrs. Wayne
By.: Marian Mc Rae answer or pleading in the officeof dants. Clerk uhicnareinformativeand entertaining through six has had an MISCELLANEOUS
Deputy Clerk the Clerk of the Circuit Courton Deputy Hollingworth of Keystone opportunity to learn to roller
before 9th NOTICE OF ACTION 2/26 4tchg 3/18 Heights visited their grand-
254tchq2 26 or the day of skate. using the concrete play
_---- PROPERTY -- ----- which constructed
"---- March. 1976. If you fail to do so. area was l
NOTICE"
judgment by default will be about three years ago with LOSE WEIGHT safely and f.....

I will not be responsible for taken against you for the relief ToCARL: A. HARDEN and NOTICE PTA funds, by Mr Casey and with X.11 diet, pldn $3 00

any debts made by anyone other demanded in the Petition. LOTTIE L. HARDEN the former Physical Education Reduce excess. thuds with X

than myself Request drivers DONE AND ORDERED at address unknown instructor. Rick Ezzell. Pel $3 00 KOCH DRUGS liB'

license for ID. Starke Bradford County, SCHOOL BOARD CHANGES LUNCH POLICYBradford Many of the children use the IStchcj 4/15
-Henry Floyd Parrish Florida, this 6th day of February YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an skates they received as

2 5 4ip 2 26 1976. action to foreclose a mortgageon Christmas gifts.Skateboarding.
__ the following property in County School price of meals and milk served Local school officials have
----- ___ ___ Gilbert S. Brown Clerk
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT By: Marian Me Rae, Deputy Bradford County Florida: Board announces a new policy under the National School adopted the following family size has also become Complete

EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF 2/12 4tchg 34NOTICE Lot 15 M.F. Wiggins Subdivision for free and reduced-price meal Lunch and School Breakfast income criteria for determIningor very popular during( the SHOE SERVICE

FLORIDA IN AND FOR ------------"" according to plat thereof children unable to pay the full programs. eligibility. : recesses and P.E: peruxls. SERVICE

,t OF INTENTION recorded in Plat Book 3, Page This concrete play area has
BRADFORD COUNTY. State Recommended Income Scale FY 76
TO REGISTER 32, Public Records of Bradford paid for itself many times, 9a.m.5p.m.Tuesdav.Saturdav.

FILE NO 765-CP FICTITIOUS NAME County, Florida ov'er. Of course. some childrenuse
Free Meals Reduced Price Meals
II 23911) Pursuant to Section 865.09 Family the playground area for
Florida Statutes notice is hereby has been filed against you and Sue:: Weekly Monthly Annual Weekly Monthly Annual football. basketball and soft- Western Boots

IN RE- ESTATE OF PEARL given that the undersigned you are required to serve a copy 1 $ 50 8 215 $ 2.580 $ 96 8 420 $ 5,040 ball nearly every day, along WorkShoet

BURMHAM EDWARDS Joyce Barton and Olden W. of your written defenses if any, 2 66 283 3.390 127 550 6.620 with the swings. slides and Steel! Toe Boots

Deceased. Barton Rt. 2. Box. 462-N Melrose to it on EUGENE F. SHAW 3 81 360 4.200 157 680 &:8,200 monkey bars.

Bradford County. Florida Plaintiff's attorney whose 4 96 418 5,010 187 814 9.770 The Village Cobbler

NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo 32666 doing business under the address is Post Office Box 1086, 5 111 479 5,750 215 934 11.210 Mrs Carole Shields has I 114 W. Call St.Slark. .

all creditors and all persons firm name of "JOYCE'STACKLE Starke. Florida 32091 1, on or 6 125 541 6,490 243 1,054 12.650 been assisting the 4th. 5th and .. FL 31091

having claims, or demands ." Rt. 2, Box. 462-N. before Ivterch 26. 1976. and file 7 138 697 7,160 268 1,164 13.970 6th graders in learning more

against said estate. Melrose Bradford County. the original with the Clerk of this 8 151 663 7.830 293 1,270 15.280 about the United Nations and

You and each of you. are Florida. 32091 intends to Court either before service on 9 162 703 8.440 316 1,370 16,460 all the countries around the

hereby notified and required to register said fictitious name Plaintiff's attorney or immediately 10 174 754 9.060 339 1,470 17.640 world. Flags of the various PAPER HANGINGand

present any claims and demands under the provisions of aforesaid thereafter; otherwise a 11 186 804 9,650 361 1,670 18.820 countries are on display in the
PAINTING
winch you or either of you may statute default will be entered againstyou 12 197 854 10,250 384, 1,665 20'XX( ) classroom. Students are

have agaInst the estate of Joyce Barton and Olden W. for the relief demanded in Each encouraged to watch news Interior and Exterior

PEARL BURNHAM EDWARDS Barton owners. the complaint. AdditionalMemberAdd reports on TV and read about

deceased, to the Judge of the Dated this 19th day of February WITNESS my hand and the 12 50 600 22 97 1,180 current events in newspapers. FREE ESTIMATES -

said Court in the Courthouse at A D 1976 at Stark, seal of this Court on this 23rd There is still some absenteeism -

Stark. Bradford County, Florida day of February 1976.GILBERTS. among school PHONE 004-6370

Florida within four months from 2/194tp 311NOTICE Reduced price for lunch vided on the application is confieither orally or in writing to Mrs. children due to various typesof Phone 964-6370

the date of the first publication -------------. BROWN should be 20c. dential and will be used only for Dolores Morgan at 582 N. flu and colds. Parents are

r* this notice OF INTENTION CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT Children from families whose the purpose of determining eligi. Temple Ave. or 964 6800 for a requested to keep children

Each claim or demand must TO REGISTER COURT income is at or below the levels bility. Application may be aubhearing to appeal the decision. home when they have fever, W. THOMAS

be in writing' and must state the FICTITIOUS NAME By: Beulah Moody shown are eligible for (free or mitted at any tuna during the The policy contains an outline of coughs! sore throats and
Pursuant to Section 86609 Deputy Clerk the hearing procedure. stomach aches. 2tp
place of residence and post- reduced price meals). In adyear. 2/26-3/4
office address of the claimantand Florida Statutes notice i il 2/26 4tchg 3/18 dillOn families not meeting ki certain cases foster children If a family member becomes

must be sworn to by the hereby given that the undersigned -------------- these criteria but with other are also eligible for these bene unemployed or if family size
Rose Marie White has foster chilchanges, the family should con
Rt. unusual due fits. If a family -
claImant. his agent, or hit attorney expenses to
15. Box 303-B them and wishes tact the school to file a new
Maxville. Florida dren living with
or it will become void 1hzJuvenile Old lb7fltitj unusually high medical expenses
according to law. 32204. doing business under the ? shelter costs In excess to apply for such meal and milk, application. Such changes may Uu.Gru:
firm name of "THE BARKING :- should contact the make the children of the family G\\il\JJ! \
Each creditor shall deliver" sufficient ; of 30 percent of income special for them, it for reduced meals 'CG: :\!:
; copies of his claim to LOT 404 West Madison .I: =:' education expanse. due to the 5C:hool. eligible price Or Lad' labs
Sma"
-
Street Starka Bradford of the or for additional benefits such as Discing
the provisions -
mental or physical condition of Under
enable the Court to mail one to a Blade.
County, Florida 32091, intend g the school principal will free meals if the family income Back ..
each child, and disaster or casualty policy -
personal representative. Mowing .. -
deterfalls at or below the levels shown .
to register said fictitious name i applications and
Dated 7 January A.D. 1976. losses Are urged to apply. review
under the provisions of aforesaid Application forms have been mine eligibility. If a parent is dsabove.. f
statute. with the ruling of the In the operation of child
Robert Franklin Ritch sent to all homes in e letter to satisfied
As Executor of the Ro... Maria White, sole parents at tint of year. Adofficial, he may wish to discuss feeding programs, no child will
be discriminated against
owner. with the pnncipal. If
ditional copies are available the decision
at
Last Will Er Testament of
Is the because of race sex. color or
Pearl Bumham Edwards Dated this 19ih day of delinquency the principal's office in each he wishes to make a formal ,

CecuIed February. A.D. 1976 at Starka, result of parent tryinf la train school. The Information pro appeal, he may make a request national origin.

Florida children without starting out at 2/26 Itchg 964-5230 JIMMY MARTINI
2/5 2/26
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HOUSES FOR SAL I""" PERSONALSERVICEFASHION FOR FOR SALE Floriland Raalt/ -- '
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2 BR Furn. House on V4 acre -
FOR SALE: By Owner, 3 bed OPPORTUNITY lan C earsian. Near Sampson Lake. 13500. Real fact trwillt9'u.
room, 2 bath CB home. LR :: RENT: Large downtown SALE: Travel trailer by
,
fill -
your lifelong dream, have a owner. 27x81976, twin beds, REAL .ESTATE 011 Real
DR. kitchen, Fla. room, dress unfurnished apt. 3 bedrooms, 3A on Beseent Road. Other lots
carpet, drapes CA/H, shop of your own, featuring central! heat and air Part factory air, self contained, ... rto tip' f REALTY
car the latest styles and aca..nar LAwnr r in City for Sale. Estate
port,28x28 garage on 3 lots in could be used for business many extras JoLu Motel
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fashions.
$14.500 includes across from KOA Starke. Itp 2-story 4 BR 3 Bath frame r'r')
city on Madison Street. 964-7271. Itchg 2/26
Call House 13th St.
on Jax., Fla.
merchandise fixtures V
train- home
473-4201 2/26 with Z735 sq. ft. living By
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Keystone. 2/5 --- -- ------ .
4tp Ing and - -
grand opening. Call ---- area on 4
2/26 -------- acres many extras -
((9041) 764-7612 for Mr. Carl. In Starke, electronic sales B-
FOR RENT: 12' wide FOR SALE Roll $5 946.000.
: roofing
mobile
--- --- -- --- 2/19 3tp 3/4 per service business for sale or
FOR SALE: Lake Hampton homes outside limits. J.B. roll, shingles 10.50 per sq., - lease. Cecelia TerwiUegar
home, never lived In, 3 BR, 2 -- ---------- White. Ph. 9646114. tfchg. plumbing fixtures, Fiberglasstub 3 BR 1 bath w/w carpet frame in - -

MARCUS W. GRIFFIS Con- J.1__ and shower enclosures. Lawtey, 17000. matter of taste. Homes of
bath, brick & redwood con. ---- Nice building lot in City, on Architecture is a personal
struction, 2 story, large tractor Building, Remodeling, FOR RENT: din's Subdivision THE BARGAIN CENTER, 301 - paved street, 260' x 100' deep every conceivable design are available, and this is a
second floor cypress deck, 2 Repairs, Room Addition, Gar 1/2 acre lots, 25.00 per South tfchg. 3 BR 1 Bath, frame, cent. heat/ - benefit to the prospective buyer. It gives the buyer

fireplaces, in restricted subdivision ages, Carports, Kitchens, month. Water & Sewage ------------ air fenced cor. lot. 15000. House & lot 80' on water 580 chance to exercise his Individuality, and buy what he
area. 75000. Shown Bath. All work guaranteed.Ph. furnished For information call FOR SALE: New & Used furniture - deep on Little Santa Fe Lake. likes.A .

byappoimentonly. Call 372- 4732108 2/19 4tp 3/11 Mark Olin, Olin's Mobile new carpet & 2 BR frame stove & ref. in Owner will finance to dependable home is a long term usually permanent invest.

8346 Gainesville. 2/192tp 26 -- ---------- !Homes Sales, Hwy. 100 W, Congdeum/ cloth 30 cents country $13,000. terms. buyer. ment. It's your money and you should be 100 percent

-- -- -- QUALIFIED BOOKKEEPER, experienced Starke. 964-5606. tfchg. yd., zippers 1 cent per inch. - - satisfied. If the type home desired is not currently on
desires ----------- THE BARGAIN CENTER, 301 2 BR frame $8,400. terms consider suitable of
accounts to 5 acres, near city, just off 301 N. the market, then buying a piece
do at home. Can furnish references BRADFORD VILLAGE South, tfchg------ - - property and building a dream house.

Ph. 9647972. 2/19 APARTMENTS: 1 bedroom, --- 8.7 acres In city $15,500. VERNIE P. DOOM We have complete listings of new homes, previously

AUTOMOBILES 4tchg 3/11 modern furnished, A/C, SALES & SERVICES on appli - Peg Broker owned homes, and undeveloped property. Come in and

USEDFOR -- -- ------- carpeting, walk-in closet, ances, used appliances, 7.2 acres in Lawtey $2.000 acre. 964-5476 964-7700 make your choice.
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H & M LOCK & KEY mobile enclosed patio, off street washing machines, dryers, - -

unit, all type lock repair and parking. 315 West A/C, electric and gas stoves. .36.35 acres 1300 ft. on US-301 Corner store and filling station in the heart of Lawteyfor

SALE: 1972 Lemans low service. Call 964-5388 2/19 Washington St. 9648601. THE BARGAIN CENTER, 301 N. $56,500 good termsitwrtr sale. This is excellent location and the owner will

mileage, loaded. Call 9647047or 4tp 311HOUSES tfchg South tfchg. - finance. Priced to fit your wallet.
weekends 964-7377. -----------... i -----
2/26 -- --- --- -- -- --- 1 ..
2tp 3/4 FOR SALE 1 acre homesites 9 Long Champ A very attractive trailer, well landscaped lot,two neat
- -- -- &TRAILERS press rewashed Crosby Lake Estates, 2 mi. W. cr..J,8.1 ..ire 3806j! storage buildings all for $11,660. If your credit is good

FOR SALE: 1972 Plymouth away dirt with and chemicals.mildew Wash Guar t FOR SALE ) of Starke on RD 100. Owner Home and you can get financing on this.
Grand Sedan $600 Has some financed, 9646488tfchg ----

body damage. 473.2164. 1tp anteed.- --_Ph.- -473-2213_ tfchg. --------_--_ NEED TO CLEAN YOUA BuildingMaterials Large nearly new home and five acres on Road 100.
2/26 -- -- This Is your life enioy it in this home that is bound to
FOR SALE: 12x64 Artcraftmobile TYPEWRITER? Come by The
SEWING MACHINES repaired, FOR SALE bed be real family pleaser.
: Hospital a
- -- - gas home fur Office Shop and pick
partially up some
FOR SALE 1971 all makes cleaned, oiled and heater & ----
: Ford 3/4 T space upright
nished or unfurnished. liquid or sheet cleaner for your -WE BUILD -
pick.up. Green & White adjusted $7. Work guaranteed freezer. 613 W. Pratt St. 1tp Washer Spirit of '76 Get yourself some land! We have beautiful
typewriter.
dryer, ,
air concrete
camper special, 390 V/8 James Strickland, 2/26 "YOUR PLANS OR OURS property and plenty of it on Rd. 18 near Hampton
$4,300.964-8341
Mr.
corner Morgan Road & Hwy. steps or YOUR LOT OR OURS"LFREE
Lake.
engine. 64,000 miles. Excellent -- -- --- -- Milton 964-8673. tfchg.
FOR SALE: Black ESTIMATES- ----
condItion. vinyl
$1,800 Call 16-tfchg--- reclining ..
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-- -- chair $35. lovers 20 Rd. 225, a new barn and a
964 8725 lip 2/26/ Call 964-8746. REMODELING Nature acres on
10 ACRES REPAIRS
- - - AVON tfchg precious home with a real honest to goodness spring
CALLING: To buy or sell ADDITIONS
FOR SALE: 1968 Pontiac -- -- ----- --- fed creek running across the back part of the property.
Avon. Call 7552807
or write 10 From'
Bonneville 9 passenger station Loma Clyatt. P.O. Box 220 CRAFT & YARD SALE: Many t WANTEDWANTED l Minutes HOMES BOUGHT Have to see to appreciate.

wagon $450. 1971 Chevy Lake City, Florida tfchg. craft items. 9-6 Fri. & Sat., Keystone Heights SOLD TRADED ----

window van, motor over- -- -- -- -- 406 S. Thompson St. Next to ACREAGE FOR SALE Green Acres a pretty lot with trees ideal for your
hauled $650. Call 964.7391. Register Oil Co. 1tp 2/26 $1,750 Per Acre I dream home.
1tp 2/26 -- -- ------ : Want to buy gas hot ? 964-6853 I -----

- - YARD SALE: Saturday 28, 9 to water heater. Call 9645612.1tp 159" Per Mo. 7 Hwy3OISStarkeTp] NEEDED: 3 BR homes under 530,000 to sell.

FOR SALE: 1971 Ford Pinto. All t HElP WANTEDWANTED j 5. J.D. Dark house off high 226ACREAGE
16 East 225 1'h -- ---------- T. Reg Real Estate Broker
new tires, battery, alternator, way on miles NO LOW LAND Cecelia Terwllltgar.
regulator, plugs & points, 2, or 5 miles west of Lawtey on NEEDED: 100 500 206 West Madison Avenue, Starke Florida
225 Itp 2/26 WEST CENTRAL BRASINGTON OFFICE PHONE 964-7776
14 inch wheels fits Dodge or acres Development Land. Call
Plymouth. Tarpaulin for pickup : Master Cosmetologist - ------ Reese Bradley, Walter REALTY. INC. Cadillac-Otdsmobile HOME PHONE 964.5145

used 1 time.964.5612. 1tp Contact Mr. Otto's FOR SALE: Frost-free refrigerator Williams, Real Estate, Jax. Registered Broker Sales& Service
2/26 Beauty Salon tfchg. white good condition 389-8888. 2/19 4tchg 3/11 1-378-2308. Anytime Fine Selection Of Used
$7 Evenings! Call: Cars Taken On
() 964-5555.
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THE CUBB Art.atray Cadillac Trades
ECONOMIC - - --
FOR SALE: Extra clean 1970 AGENCY is now accepting GARAGE SALE: Sat., Feb. 28 m-2019: 2001 N.W. 13 3785301GAINESVILLE

Plymouth Satellite, 318 V/8 applications for one outreach Furniture, like new washing ,MULTIPLELISTINGS Sundays Have Timber

PS AT. AC, R6H $450 cash. worker for the Keystone machine, 10 speed racing tf
For Sale
10:35 A.M.
782-3369 2/26/ :
1tp Heights area. Salary $2.30 per bicycle, kitchen utensils, UNITED FARM AGENCY, INC.

FOR- -SALE- -1967- -Ambassador- --- hour. Hours 8.30.5, 5 days a some clothes and misc. items MH, Lake Alto $6,800 Reg. Real Estate Broker Jimmy Moore's WPXE Radio Call
: week Familiar with Speedville Green Acres. Drive out Rd. 16 206 S.Water St.
station wagon, 1966 Dodqe area Bradford County. Sub- towards Raiford 1 mile National AdvertisingPaul Sun Sports
Cornet 1966 past Starke, 2 BR, 1 acre, $7,500 1490r F.J. SaundersFOR
station
wagon school look for
mit Application to the CUBB elementary FaulknerBrokerIrene
Cornet Hard Top with 4 speed Economic Agency Inc., 136 signs. Ph. 9645663. 1tp 2/26 Starke, 3 BR, $14,500 Faulkner-Assoc.) MORE BOAT FOR SALE
, : Electric Pencil Pulpwood
all have
on floor cars good YOUR MONEY
N. Temple Avenue, P.O. - -- ---- 964-5066 TF

I' condition.paint rubber Call and 964-8071.in good 1tp Drawer 970, Starke, Fla FOR SALE: Back yard clearancesale Starke, 2 BR, ''2 acres $16.500 .I .STARKE PH 984-5791 stock sharpeners- handy 3 different for home styles or in 533-2621 2/19-5/13
32091 by March 4, 1976. We on1 reconditioned auto 3 '
2/26 bedroom frame house on 1 COMPLETE OUTBOARD & office. For sale at The Office
are an Equal Opportunity matic washers. Also parts. 2 BR MH on lake $22,000 acre 18500.00 Terms. STERN DRIVE SERVICE Shop.
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Employer. Itchg 2/26 Pleasant Grove, Starke. Call
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FOR SALE 1966 AND REPAIR
: Chevy Impala
---- -- 9645076.2/26 2tp 3/4 4
2 door $350 or trade for "or" --- Southgate, 3 BR $25,500 bedroom brick, nice section
- - --- COMPLETE FIBERGLASS SAVE
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on tractor.John Winters 964- TEXAS OIL COMPANY needs GARAGE SALE: Furniture, Double REPAIR
8332. 1tp 2/26 Starke 5 homes in the $30.000 wide M/H. Furnished, h
person M/F over 40 for exclusive ceramics, etc. Trampoline to $40,000 area 'A Acre. CUSTOM BUILT FIBER
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industrial sales terri- $90. circulating oil heater with GLASS FISHING BOATS 11 $30

tory. relocation. Weare an fan $65 557 N. Walnut. Sat. US-301, 4.4 acres $9.500
AAA firm estab- Feb. 28 .10 to 5. 2/26
expanding Itp .
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PERSONAL SERVICE lished since 1933. We offer full - - \ on I52cu. ft. ..11t -
--- Theresa 1 10( acres $12,500 ; i I h front.. refrigeratorIcemaker .
fringe benefits. Liberal com- GARAGE SALE: Sat. Feb. 28, Large frame house excellent I I Well Drilling: t \ I

missions with opportunity for all day. Movie camera, an- Theresa, 40 acres $42,000 condition, central H/A, 3 bed I Not 37088
advancement. For personal tique chest electric ice cream room 2 bath, carport, corner 2" Thru 6" I I

We buy scrap gold. Call 964- interview write a letter and tell freezer, garden tools, nice Lawtey, 11 acres $10,000 lot, in city. I I Was MOO"
6346 Up 2/26 me about yourself. D.G. Hastings clothing some never worn. - Fast Rotary

- - Sales Manager Southwestern 633 McMahon. 964-6279. Lawtey, 60 acres $54,000 Frame, 2 BR house, 1 bath on 1 Drilling Equipment I I .
I WILL BABYSIT for any age Petroleum, Box 789, Itchg 2/26 acre. Bayless Hwy. Area. 01.1.. .
child in my home 782.3437. Ft. Worth Texas - .h." .'''I I
76101. - Garage business on US 301 - State Licensed I I .
Berla Traylor lip 2/26 E.O.E Itchg 2/26- MUST SELL BY SUNDAY: 3 to 6 acres clear, 4 mi. N/W of -I" '
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1------, - Console Stereo AM-FM radio Hampton 440 acres $700 per Starke. I I White ?",xan"" .t...,.. ..... .."...
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS: 4 speed record changer, $70 be able Call - : I Pumps I : -
acre. Might to split.
.
114 Christian Street. Starke, worth of rock I I I Delivered Other. R.f.hr..to.
albums, all for and discuss this with us. 1 & 2 acres mobile home sites 1
Fla. Thursday and Sundays 8 FOR $100 or best offer. Contact N.W. of Starke Terms t II t tt A
pm. Tues. 1 p.m. Women's t RENT J JFOR Geoff Moffitt, 111 E. Washington All other type FLA.'OtGWN' SZL"'y5'
properties - :
5434 Group.or Call 964 6894.964 5709 16tp, 624RONALD'S 964- 2/26 Apt1- Starke lip FRED SACKETT 3 BR Frame house 1 bath, 10 t Sales.New & Used I It I STARKE,

REALTOR acres land on paved road. Several Parts Service
-' -- - RENT: Furnished apt., 3 - --- -- Temple (US.301) out buildings. t 964-8090
:
Lawn Mowing Ser E-Z
TermsPlumbing
rooms and bath. No
children WATSON'S - -
904 964.6522,468.1153
vice. Mon\ to Sat. 964 6805 t I
or pets. 9648)211tp 2/19 HOUSE OF VACUUMS 3 BR, 2 Bath, CB dwelling in

tip-2/26- - - - - city. t I : r -
brands of - '
Many new vacuums. :
FOR SALE .. FOR RENT: Furnished duplex: Used machines available. CARPETInstallation Well built house on nicely land- t J & D ROOFING
Yamaha gas, lights and water furnished Repairs scaped double lot in
corner city
Expert Repairs all makes. tt .
PORTABLE Electronic Inquire 603 E. Wash Parts and Accessories for all Steam Professional partially fenced, with 3 t New Installation I i I

ditlon.Organ. Excellent con ington Ave Itp 2/26 vacuums.. Built in central Free Cleaning bedrooms 2 tile baths, ample rfAll ......: >-, iI
Amplifier not in - - - Estimates t Remodeling
vacuum cleaning systems. 712 closet space, living room, family
eluded. $1000. Ph. 964-5875 FOR RENT: Like new 2 bedroom N. Main Gainesville 376.7110.FOR 964.5408 room with dining area nice Repairs i I
tfpd 212Itp: 3:4JoLu: "
double wide. Stove and refrigerator tf kitchen with garbage disposal, t
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Plenty room for pets. dish washer, wall oven, counter :::;:::1
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REDUCE safe & fast with Ph. 964 8556. Itp 2/26 top burners plenty of cabinets, I Durrance\\ i :..
GOBESE TABLETS & E.VAP SALE: Mobile home lots Motel : .40' I
- - - plus pantry closet, large rooms,
$95 Few
down. lots
"water pills" Andrews Drugs FOR RENT: bedroom, 2 bath still avail- AND central beat and air, separate

3/18 Keystone Heights 1/29 ftp 782 mobile.3806 home. Itchg in 2/26 Lawtey. Ph. able Ph. 468-1551.in several tfchg.subdivisions. Mobile Home ParkINSIDE with utility sliding room plus board.swimming pool I Pumps & Supply I i Types Ro'o'fing I'

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- Company & Commercial
FOR SALE: HART FEEDS WALK TO BRADFORD SQUARE Frame house on corner lot in i'i
FOR
BOOKKEEPER: Excellent references RENT: Nicely furnished OR DOWNTOWN FREE Roof Inspection I
Fully qualified to keep downstairs apt. A/C and complete line FRM feeds, quiet neighborhood, 2 BR 1 864 N. Temple Ave.

double entry books, state and vented heat. 337 N. Walnut seeds. Spreader truck service 30 Per Month bath, LR K, Screened porch New Roof Or Repairs
federal forms payrolls etc. 1tp 2/26 fertilizer, dolomite, lime. Ph. ALL CITY CONVENIENCES furnished. Starke I'i I
496-2093. 2/5 2/26 I
4tchg FIRE POLICE PROTECTION.
Small business accounts - -- -- George Roberts Jr. 964.7061 TFHICK'S Call 964-7410
wanted on a weekly, monthly FOR RENT: Nicely furnished 1 - -- - -- CITY OAS,WATER AND SEWER '-------.1

Of quarterly basis. Reasonable bedroom apt. on first floor TOP SOIL, FILL DIRT: 6 days a Jo-Lu Motel REG. REAL ESTATE BROKE' L Free Estimates J

YOUR PLACE OR MINE Ph. 964 8071 Up 2/26 week dozer work and rt 964-7826 I ,- - -

Call 9647509. 2/26/ 3tchg - -- -- dragline/ work. Call 468.1873, 964-8810 CHG
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3/11/ FOR RENT: Clean 3 room apt. 1 Star Rt. Hampton, STEPHEN I Bn MOBILE CB RADIO SALE |
child, no Inquire 403 SMITH POODLE
- - - pets. LANDFILL. tlchg RUIBERSTRIPS
Walnut St. Tel. 964 8498.
Up - - -
WILL BABY SIT for any age 2/26 'GROOMING
,child in my home. 964-6821. FOR SALE: Mobile !Home Parts Mimosa Manor SAVE $35On
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tfchg. FOR RENT: 2 bedroom fur and supplies. OLIN'S MOBILE Mobile Home ParkA Two Full Time
- - - HOME SALES Hwy. 100 W. 23-Channel AM Munn. W.raing IJ6ht!
nished house $115
per mo Nice PlaceTo
Starke 965606
tfchg GroomersAppointments
BILL'S SAW SHOP: Complete plus $60 deposit also small Transceiver with D - -- -- Live
sharpening service circular furnished house suitable for Made To Order For

hand, carbide, chain mower individual or couple $70 per 10K 20 PATIO COVER: Installed Large Lots I

blade hollow ground and mo. plus$40 deposit. No pets. $18600. unmstalled 14000. Yard CareGarbage Th. Off IIShap Your Convenience
balanced. Leave at Jackson Ph. 9646560 after 5 p.m. Gator Mobile Home Service. Cans

Building Supply Starke or Itchg 2/26 3729767. tfchg. Mail Boxes 964-7837 M..8/1
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;; 11 i i i i ro n rrmnrrrrrrrm 11 rrrryrYeTi i .j Cent. Sewage Plant coo
10 20 PATIO COVERS: Homes Garbage Pickup

and mobile homes. $180 I- FILL DIRT 2 Car Parking Olin's Subdivision

installed, $140 umnstalted Concrete Patio *
GATOR MOBILE HOME I- Improved Street CRYSTALS $129ti
SERVICE CO. Pti. 372.9767, Top Soil Electric Service to I I FACTORY INSTALLED!
200
Gainesville ifchg--- II I- "'illlJirl Mitered Amperes Gas I I Dalta tuning pull in off-canter. taUo>M and bring you qukkar. moN praciM tun
- I- his! Alan foaturat .paciaJ. antenna warning light that na"ha. bright rad. if your
"" antenna 'ia ouam.tch d, daniagwi or not connected pro.....!'. Switcnabla ANL ra-
MOBILE HOME MOVING: Also : -Move In Bonus. I I IC duoM motor ignition now and."1Ie. PI... much much moral

mobile home hurricane anchoring Call 468-1873 FREE ONE STOP. ONE CALL. DOES I Sg.VICt NATIONWIDE I
and mobile home roof : 1 Month Rent net a IT ALL SHOP WARDS CATALOG r.n..w r.a.Ywu

coating din's MOBILE Home STEPHEN SMITH Electric Hookup ENJOY WHAT YOU NEED NOW-USE CHAfcC-ALL CHEOIT

Service. 9645606. St. Rd.. : fit Ion Lots For Rout *25"Call Per Mo. Water 8 Stop in, see it, buy it now! AGENCYSTARKE MLU!IMtIJ
16W & Jet. 233 Starke, Fla. .. STAR ROUTE HAMPTON. FLA. Phonp' 98 tf Sewage F.-niahed.
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I January Land Sales Total $355,615



Land transactions filed Block -Two in Gahagen; Sub situated in the NE I i of the NE S23, TfiS. R22E from Clark and S': theSW 1.1 of the NE >4 of and 19 of Whispering Pines (iJDiJOO0( ( AUTO
during the month of January division in the NE Quarter of I i of S22, TfiS. R21E from F. Elizabeth Frances Nasworthy SW 'i4 of S22, T6S R22E from Estates for $22ooo.(/ SALES
totalled 355615. quite a the SE quarter of the SE Brooks Herman for $\\lHI. for 1250. Dessi'- Lee Jackson for $100. Nash and Mary Brown 413-4410 & 413-4018
decrease from December'stotal Quarter of S21 T6S. R22E to Ralph and Mary Bryan sold Nell Rhoden sold the 562.8 Thomas and Marian Ritch purchased lot one of New
ofWO.311O( and down Nathaniel Jones for $100. an undivided on-half interestof feet of Lot nine of Unit Threein sold lots one and three of block Hampton Beach from Lonnie 76 DATSUN PICKUP 75 CHEV.
slightly; from the January. Jones then sold the same a portion of the SW I of SEi Indian Beach Subdivision to 22. Town of Starke to Dr. Klert and Vivian Parker and Glenda
1975 total of 435446. property to Alice Steenpurgh i i of S24. T7S R21E to Thomas and Isilda Newmanfor and Suthilak Sundusadee for Parker Andrews for $30,000. Fire engine red, 3.000 Custom pickup, A/T.P/S,
Largest transaction for the also( for $100.Ceirge !May'belle and L.K. Whitehead $18.000.) $3, first month of this year was and Irene Peters for'$12.300.Arlie ( ). Kenneth and June Manning Gust and Masine Kallos the E i7: of Lot 22 in Woodlawn truck,
the sale of property in section purchased lot 56 on Oak and Redorah Dobbs! purchased all of block 11 and purchased property located at in S16 T5S, R22E to Delores $3850
26T5S, K21K form T.H. and Avenue In Ctyslal Lake Charles and Sharon Dobbs block 12 except that portion 829. Tfs, R22E from Waymanand and Duryoosh Rahjbar for $3695 _
Flora Slade to Lucy Bat- Homesites from Maureen Casey and !Monica Dobbs each conveyed in deed book 54 in Grace Dowdy for $7. chelder for $55.000.() The sale Curry Iedford for $1,300. husband and wife shall own Graham from James and James. and Betty Sheffield Lloyd and Bobbie Pelham 75 MONTE CARLO TWO 75 CHEVELLE'S
includes all water rights, Freeman and Paula Faye an undivided one-third interest Julia Griffis for $400. sold the south half of the west purchased 146 feet of the north Blue with black vinyl top tilt 4 door and 2 door, both
reserved by the lleilbronn Register!: HI. sold lot five in property they purchased Carrell L. Atkinson sold lots five acres of the S'n of SW's '4 of the NW quarter S13, TICS wheel, tape deck and cruise
Manl'ral'all'r Company block three of I'inchaven from T.W. and L.A.Tatiim. one and two of Block one in of NW I 14 S35 T6S, R22E to R22E from Lawrence and automatic 8 air
through deed to the lleilbronn Subdivision in S2>), TfiS. R22E: lot 37 and the north Ward City in Brooker to Truby William and Maxine Alley for !Mary Oglesby for $15,000.
Springs Sanitorium in the City of Starke to Gerald half of lot 44 in Woodlawn S19. Tetstone for $1.800.) fi,200. L.K. and Susan Edwardssold $4495 $3495
Association and Betty Brown for $10,000. T5S, R22E:! containing 15 acres Audrey R. Kite purchased F, Brooks Herman and W. lot number four located in
(Other) transactions during I.nnnie'and Vivian Parker more or less for $12,000. the SW quarter of the NE Wade Baty doing business as S15 T7S. R22E to Ramon and SCAMP
January 1976 include: purchased lots five six, Charles and July Nutt sold a Quarter of S16 T7S, R22E McMeekin Land Developers Mona Waldrop for $2. .F Brooks Herman sold lot seven and eight of Block 20. parcel of land located in S27 from Linda R. Rahme for purchased lots 22,23, 25,26, 27, Rose and Thomas Smith Yellow, auto, air and
211! of Whispering Pines Ward City in Brooker from and S34 TBS and R22E to 2500. 28 and lots 33, 34, 35, and 36 of purchased property located Pick-up, white automatic, power steering. clean car
":stal\'S, unit t\\o.lo Virgil; and I.A. and Clara 'olson for Holland and Diane McKellipsfor Jimmy L. Sweat sold a Whispering Pines Estates S5, T6S R22E from !Mack and Like new, 6 cyl,
Gail. 1-impley) for $3.ooo.: Valueof $10.500. $19.800.) parcel of land in the NW '4 of from Herman for 20000. Allegra McRae for $35.0410<> .
property sales is calculatedfrom l Grace. and O.P. lIutto sold a Constantinos and !Maria the SE'> i of SI0. T6S, R22E to Herman also sold the John and Deborah Chad- $3150 $2550
lax stamps affixed to parcel of land containing 0.36 Kopelousos purchased a Carol Sweat Kilby for $2,500.( McKeekin Land Developers bourne sold a parcel of land
warranty and quit-claim acres lying in the SW' of parcel I of land containg one Frank Jackson III purchased lots one, four five six, seven, located $25. TBS R22 to Carol 74 SUBARU we. 73 CHEV LACUNA
deeds filed in the vault of the :NW''. of S25 T5S, R2IE to a'rldin in the Si. of SW'' a of the NE corner of the eight nine, 11,12.13,14,15,17 H. Bartholic for $4.000. Blue.am-fm. sWIvel seals,

circuit! court of Bradford Frank Lyle and Karen D. Red with 4 speed. AIC, P/B.. steering
County. J'ulll'rlil1'for) $l,8Ml.C ( console, ready to go
William (' Khnden purchased Scott Whitehead purchased Recommend $
; a parcel of land inSW'oofSWiiS14TfSR221 an undivided one-third Legislators City PaymentOf 2195 $2800
i ; interest in a portion of :N''_. of
from Gilbert and Louie Bell :NK11:i and a portion of E'L' of 73 GRAND PRIX 13 COURIER
Crosley by $2. The also sold Benefits To StateSen. Tape deck, tilt wheel,
Crosley's) a Ralph K Bryan for Unemployment PICKUP
parcel of property in the same $4.2li) elect. window rally
Sharp AT.. AC., Low Mileage
area! to June A, Hhoden for Ronald and Linda Perkins wheels C8r
Sti.OWI. sold a parcel of land situatedin l Payment of unemployment Saunders agreed; that on hours per year rather than may soon be implemented toper $3150 $2250
William and Dianne S12. TItS, R22K" to Charles benefits to former city letting the county pay for advertisement hour. This would enkl'ep Bradford County from
Singlelary purchased lot five. and!! Beverly Ann (1I.lrdfor, workers who quit their jobs and lost taxes, courage schools to accelerate losing funds earned by other
block .K: t>Mount: Plessant on $3.215): >. was recommended by state then putting the property into students without losing funds. schools during the summer 13 OLDS 98 73 OLDS 88

Silver Lake from (;race M. Dr Kiert and Suthilak legislators at the annual l hearing state hands was unfair and A summer reading program he said. Luxury sedan, elec. seal 2 door ac, at,
coupe ps
Thomas lor $14.8iNi) Sundusadee purchased a' 'here Tuesday afternoon agreed I to bring the .matter
Iaisey Jones sold lot 2i( of parcel of land I lying in the :NW'; but legislators expressed before the legislature. windows, stereo, low Low Mileage
i of SE: I i ofS2 Tt.S, K22K:! in hones that the abused unemployment Brown also asked that coro- Mileage
BROOKERIN Slarke from Paul and Irene I laws would be more ner's jurors and witnesses be (!l J'i L'CG7' 1 ((7GBSub ( $3250 $1995
.Faulkner for SII.3.1S.: : f.llrltrl'ah'l in the future. paid in cash the same as other
Alvin Gibbs purchased lot Speaking for the city, coun- witnesses\ Coroner's jurors '
DQaC( ][] L0'4a
BRIEFBy sine block four in Lincoln City l'ilman'I'rnon Silcox informed are paid only after county 73 MAZADA RX2 71 INTERNATIONAL
Irom the I>,\(' Coporation Senators Bob Saunders commission and state approval
Jeannette Prescott formerly Pixie, Acceptance and Kenneth "Buddy" for compensation. then 1 Ton, 4-Speed, Dual
4 8 d,
Corporation for $..J.5iiJohn ( :McKay ami Representative they receive a certificate for CenterSubmarine speed air con
"'I1IIMII.11 l \i,"ioivi H Hicks sold lot one "Frank Williams that the city (credit on their taws
miMITTKKThe l : : block number 48 of had l refused for months to pay
Sl'hoold l.i\ingston.; Truh ', and 11\I' bills! from I the state asking "I didn't know we had a barter Sandwiches $1995 $1695
\ isory "
Committee met Thursday. ('Ol11pall '!! subdivision, to the unemployment payments for system for paying jurors,
Town of Slarke to VanesssaHethea former employers who voluntarily Saunders said in promising
"Fcb discuss 11 TOYOTA 124 SPORT
last year's 1'1 to Ioludalld standardised lest! for $1 I.I(MM). quit' their jobs. action Speaking on the matter.behalf of m(] JffiI1IIffi( t eGGflBEGEOtfEB( (!J J( ( 69 FIAT
scores :Marion and William "I can see no justificationfor on Red 4 speed 8 air 2 door aImm 5 Speed
Harrington as .joint tenants claims against an. employer county school) superintendent
The committee also. loured
purchased lots three and. four for employees who Richard Jockel general; services I '
the school building.; Members any S (!J ODC CII] ( $995
ol' the committee are :Mrs and the :N.; of juts Five and voluntarily quit. In the public manager Jesse Moore $1095
:Nancy Brewer. Mrs. :Mar- sir of Block A. in :N.J. Jones sector, however, since you do asked l the delegates!! to consider -
addition and lots 1.) and 14 of not make regular funding/ beyond five Two Doors North Of
gul. :'olrs.1'11: :Mann.Mr !! paymentsinto KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
: George 1'11'1'1'1'Ir: CJ. block 1R. and lot ten of block, 2K the pool you should pay hours of instruction for grades
Tel stone in Lixingston and Truhy's these." advised Senator Saun 10-12 Stumps 473-4470 & 473.4078a
I Purpose of the advisory Addition( lo th('Tounof Starke ders. :Moore said that many high
committee is to participate indecision from lads i II. Christy for1i(1"I' The law is intended for school 1 students take heavy __ __
(( (x-ople who lost their jobs school
) making; by advising loads early in their high
ho( principal in matters pertaining Wallace and! (;JenevieveSolano through no fault of their own career, causing heavy class
In! the school and to its sold I the \\I'slt'rl11:11): )) but the law is being abused loads that are not funded then
educational program 1-\:: I'n'- I letof! t that portion of the SK; I i ii "...mllt is not in I the law itself take light loads during; their
one\ is muted\ and encouraged 1 1I i IIf :\\\' >i.i I lying :North of a hut in I the administration of senior year, drawing less
to I attend school advisory I graded! County Koad. containing II." Saunders said. money from the state.
committee meetings. The next 18 acres, more or less, :McKay noted that public
meeting is scheduled for in SI. TtiS. 1121 E.: to Gilbert agencies sometimes suffer in The school board is fundedper
Thlll'"davIm'l'h: : 4, at. 7pm I and Annette McClelland: for unemployment matters because hour for each student up to
in the school libl''I'UI I'US- S4.IMH' ). payments are made by: foe hours a day.
sion topic will be the preparation Haifordand :Nancv: Tetstone Ihestnteand public bodies are Sen. :McKay fold the group;
ol' this years annual purchased' a parcel; of land billed I lor it The employee in that, the legislature is now

report" ol' progressMr. these cases does not get! a say considering funding students
: ) K//ell's: / t'Kios is studying Recycling Unit over whether the former
about the stales ol the employee deserves benefits
,tuition F.at'h: student bus he said. Henry Block hasa .
scli'cleil a. stale' to report" on Schedules The annual "town hall type
and I 'luis written lor information forum." as Saunders called it. special reason

( to the (Chamber of Commerce 5 Starke Stops provides citi/ens an opportunity why should
ut l each stale' capital to P"I'sl'nt'il'ws" and you
Last. wick I the class went to STARKF. With aluminum! problems to It'glsiatorsho come to us for
the post oil ice to mail their l'I'l'\cling; rapidly U-coming; will rl'prl'sl'nllhl-m in the upcoming
letters The) postmaster. :MrHicks an economic and anti-litter ; legislative session income tax help.
explained 1 to .the stu- Ixioin. the Reynolds mobile which begins in April.
denls general! procedures" the postal serviceThe stu have five, scheduled !slops inMarke also received positive
rtl'II'1'1'1'' interested in how I during! :March response from the delegates in 4"-
hint I! II'uuhll take their letters The unit will be al Kradlord asking for changes in state
lo reach the different' stales Nii.irc.| I'.S-Udl: South i8.)7) S laws dealing with I lax deeds.
The( classes of :Mrs Powell Walnut St )>> In front of Ti i & Y and pay ment of coroner's ,
and :Mix Cook are planning a Store from 9311: > to II am jurors U.t. :" I .. :
lil'hlll'lp lo the tram station inWaldo every Tuesday paying!! t 15: cents' Brown told the delegatesthat t
and( to the/ airport in IXT pound for aluminum cans! the county holds tax It you received the Short +
(Gdinesx! ille on Thul'scl.I'I'h" >- mill!other clean household aluminum deeds for property y on which Form for ,tiling. your taxes our ,( 7r
ruary Jl(> They plan to have a such as foil pie pans, no tares are paid for seven preparers are specially If ,
trained to determine it s
picnic lunch at the airport' fro/en feat and dinner trays years, all the time advertisingthe best 'tor you If it is we n #
dip pudding and meat containers property for sale in orderto complete .it at a very low price
( 41'>'IA( II. \lII'i1'hl' : : Certain t other I types of pay the taxes. I If f it isn't soldin because the simpler the /If
Itrooker, Town Council cleanalummum items may be that time the property return the less we charge
will have its regular; monthly redeemed at a lower price: reverts back to the state '
nuetingatIhe'C6y' Hall'Fut's- Recently announced 197.; He asked I that the county be H&R BLOCKTHE
ila\ :M.irch :2.! at 7 :in p m Installation yearend figures revealed I that allowed ID assume the
of new officials will the alloted
!Starke resldl'nls1'1'1.' paid propertyafter INCOME TAX PEOPLE
also be 'held at this time The S'Jti.tKKi:! 1 for 17.3'i8:) pounds of time, as the county now has
public is invited to attend ,i him mum last year several 50-foot lots valued at 118 N WALNUT ST 9648289
Regarded as the "metal of about $1.200.'
I'KltsONM.S: environmental thrift." aluminum T'T'Let
:ll's1'SSII': Barber of California is unique in that impressive r-------- 1 :
is \'I"IIII1"Iall's!! in energy savings are ( : :[( ( : (

'.1 Florida" among which included achieved in the production of
hl'I'SISlt'I' :Mrs, Mamie: :Markham new products trom recyclediilummum | Lit GCLTLLCti( I :CL(! I II
and f,1J11I1m; Lake
Butler \\hileshcuasiit \iintMamie's. "Since it only lakes "i percent Ronnie Norman HWY 225 W. LAWTEY .
: Sat., Feb 21. their of the energy ulol'dlO original I
sister.1 :Mrs,! :\1.11'11'llkl'lI: of I production of cans therecycling Owner 782-3956 I
\lacclenny\ visited with them 9;
Her Ii'll'i a.. spoiled becauseshe percent of prCl'l'ssa'l'S t that original!!I I | Brake Service General Repair I II I II
btvanie ill and couldn't anti aluminum
energy may Us Take TheMorikeyOffYour
complete visiting a brother. be recycled over and over Performance Work Tune-Ups {
:Mr K11-hard Prmgle of Center ,again.: explains Paul hay I I
Hill, and another sister. :Mrs den Reynolds, Regional; Recy Speed Equipment at Discount Prices
Nellie Prmgle of Lakeland l'hnjtlallalZl'r:
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