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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 4, 1976
Publication Date: 1888-
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Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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I Voters Can Express Their Presidential Preference TuesdayBradford


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County voters will tered under other party af Henry M. Jackson likely In 14. Sec. 3, Article 9 of the State man Rodney Hall and had the which will be finally ratifiedor can be given this authority the Suwannee River Water
go to the polls Tuesday. March filiations. third. Constitution authorizes the support of all members except rejected in the November only by a constitutional Management District which

9, and indicate their prefer Democrats will have a fieldof Other presidential hopefulson School Superintendent to be A.N, Holliday who said a poll General Election, will further amendment assuring a con includes Bradford County.

ence for a presidential nominee 12 candidates from which to the Democratic ticket are: appointed by the School Board he had conducted personally the implementation of tinued partnership between says this district currently has
; decide whether Bradford choose while Republicanswill Sen. Byrch Bayh; Arthur O upon adoption of indicated a majority of the Florida's landmark Water state and local government in no plans for capital outlay
shall have an elective or be limited to a choice Blessitt; Sen. Robert C. Byrd; a formal resolution and subsequent people interviewed were Resources Act passed by the effective water management. which would the levy

appointive School Superintendent between President Gerald Sen. Frank Church; Sen. Fred approval oii a majority opposed to an appointive 1972 Legislature ing of a tax.require even if authorized
; and express approval or Ford and Ronald Reagan, ex- Harris; Ellen McCormack of qualified electors. superintendent. This act broadened and Sections Administrative costs of
disapproval of an amendmentto Governor of California Voters the antiabortion candidate There has been no organized
; After adopting the resolu- strengthened regulatory the districts are paid by the
the State Constitution classified as "other" will Gov, Milton J. Shapp of Penn- tion last July the School support of the resolution, but powers of the two already Section; 1 : 1 A -12A state Johns said and the proposed

authorizing an ad valorem tax receive a short ballot with no sylvania; Sergent Shriver Board asked permission of the in a letter appearing in this existing water management tax would go only for
inSBThe
Section; 2
for water management pur- presidential candidates but brother-in-law of the late County Commission to place issue of The Telegraph, Hall districts in the southern half of : projects such as dams and
poses, not to exceed one mill. containing the appointive President John F. Kennedy the proposition on the March 9 has reiterated his reasons for Florida, and established three other water management
school superintendent and and U.S. Rep. Morris K. Presidential I Preference endorsing the appointive system other districts to cover the proposed amendment practices.
Although 6,220 electors are water management tax pro- Udall. In addition to these, the ballot. The remainder of the state. would authorize water man
request was
qualified to vote In the county posals. voter may indicate "no pre- granted and if a of JThe other proposition appearing agement districts to levy up to "Water management is a
majority "
Supervisor of Elections Neva ference" in a space providedfor voters the resolutionnext on the March 9 ballot The three new water management a one mill tax on property (ISI future must" Johns said
Flynn said yesterday that that purpose. approve is a proposed Constitutional districts created for per $1,000 assessed valuation) "and our section of the state
demand for absentee ballots Jimmy Carter former Tuesday, the will appointive become Amendment authorizing an the Northwest, St. Johns except in Florida's western must be prepared to defend its

has been light, forecasting a Governor of Georgia, and The appointive school effective superintendent the last advalorem tax levy for water River and Suwannee River "Panhandle" where the maxi- water supply from demandsthat
correspondingly light vote George Wallace incumbent superintendent proposal will on Thursdayof management purposes and areas at the time of their mum levy would be one-twen will eventually be made
November 1976.
next Tuesday. Governor of Alabama are appear on the ballot as a limiting such tax to not more creation, were not given the tieth of a mill due to lesser by South Florida where water
Of the total number quali- expected to be top contendersfor resolution adopted by the Adoption of the resolutionwas than one mill.According taxing authority that had ear demands on the water supply supply is already becoming
fied, 5866 are Democrats, 278 Florida's presidential pre- Bradford County School originally advocated by to its supporters lier been given to the two in that area.Jerome critical" He urged support of '

Republicans, and 76 regis- ference vote with U.S. Sen. Board by a 4-1 vote last July the then School Board Chair adoption of this amendment, South Florida districts They Johns, a member of the amendment.iitiljj .

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"JIM.l.! '. Electrical rates for volume users of city utilities were" mi'i'eased
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deficits in electrical plant over the past lour months
1A'i f ::UGH Facilities 'We have spent half of the >'car's appropriation in the- first I

.. .., third of the ye&r. At this rate, the electrical department will )I",
:- spent out after another three months" commissioner Joe\\'urrvn

said in justification of his proposed rate hike
." Rate increases will not affect 1 small users of electricity, Residences
-- '" using less than 1.000 kilowatt-hours i K\\ 111 per: month

Defects DelayReopening and businesses using less than iono HWII per inimth will he

exempt from the rate hike

I j r Commercial users of c'it> electnc'itv have prey musty paid two
'.R.f h V j '***** "''cent pi-I" KW HToreactfumlatswe2.IxEfterliratmmrdialeh: .. ."

Date urn business consuming) mote than 2000 1\\\ II will pil\' Ilirit-

..- cents per" KWH for the extra usage(

-' .. ', '. 1 Large residential I users will uouslv' paid $41! :59 i lor the cur

.. also pay more for their electricity rent undIt.I" ,luel 1\I1.llIlot.|
.. .. -- .. LAKE BUTLER Tentative told the trustees Monday Council voted to raise ment!fee The same usage! will

"' S-.wI. "'i-,; -: -- \00' opening date of Union General night. Provisional licensurewill rates on usage over I.ooo) KWh now cost t the business $!l1I m
'( allow the to
Hospital has been moved backa hospital open from 2.25 cents to 2.75 cents for current and $44 :U lui-l
... -- ;7" :........ ..-. due for full service for the first
month to necessary corrections per KWH. adjustment or a $111.14 total
(Count rommisftionrr Date Shu ford und Ralph Bryan half if landfilloperolionsfitlasquickly as the slip above. The in facilities. Dr M.L. time since its May 74 closing The city simply eliminated increase

Kef m puizlrtt about the landfill situation a* they look owerthe newly-graded will be filled within monih.. says'ounty; Jewell told the board of until final licenses are issued its lowest cost of electricity In this instance. Iheiewiiulilbe

present landfill site with U.:" pollution c-nnlrol specialist Sanitarian Jack Trawkk.Commissioners trustees Monday night indicating Permission to begin the (two cents), at which it has a 7 6 percent increase in the
His ("handler, (handler and another !IH!; engineer/( Joseph received no positive response. in the site a possible May 1 minor corrections imme sold city power cheaper than w.er's total bill.

Render accompanied commissioners. on a site-selection tour selection" lour although the" IJKK: will not choose a site for thetinintv. opening diately was given by the boardat the 2,3 cents it costs to pro The rates computed l hy (the.
:Miinil.iv aUt'rlM..nnl'arlht' Hevstone ,\irport on west" SK-llMl Commissioners remain confused! about DKK approval Prior to signing a two-year the meeting Among pro duce the electricity city clerk will bring an iiddi
The,lountv must have a workable !site within a year and a of a new dumping kite. contract with the hospita 1 I. Dr, jects needing to be done are In raising base rates the honal $101.!ooo' lor the electrical .

Jewell told the board he could installation of more smoke city did not alter the percentage plantarren projectedTuesday
nut come to Lake Butler full detectors window braces of fuel adjustment charge night that an addi
:NO ALTERNATIVE FOUND time until the hospital has its lounge sprinkler systems and tacked onto the monthlv bill. lional I $14n,'OIMI would be neves

provisional license. Dr. Jewellis replacement of wood panelingin But since the fuel adjustment sarv to make ends meet al the

currently serving the Union tile nursery. charge is a percentage of the

New KH Landfill Site UnsuitableTo General outpatient clinic "This inspection set us back basic electric rates the fuel
Monday through Wednesdayeach two to three weeks on gettinga surcharge will also go up
tierTHURSDAY
week and returning to provisional license We will illf: vtiinmvf'

private practice in Kissimmeefor now be talking about a May I Average residential electric ,

the remainder of the week, opening date," Dr Jewell told cal bill m the city is 700{)( .800
Environmental Dr. Jewell has made no the board. KWH per month. Warren said
RegulatorsNo announcement of his leaving The hospital is averaging 14 Based on current electrical .

to the Kissimmee community, outpatients per day since Dr usage. \97/ commercial users
he said pending licensure of Jewell began his service Feb. will be affected bv the hike,
new landfill man at the proposed airport causing crashes and engine City of Keystone and Bradford the hospital. 2. administrator Hardval estimated CIty Clerk Merrill 1'J

site for garbage operationswas site damage. County, was ideal in that the Deficiencies in the four- reported. According to the Edwards.
reached by the Bradford First site visited Monday "It's not a good situation If county owned the land v ear-old structure brought to contract signed Monday night.Dr Warren preferred the
after known as the old Keystone you can find a better site it already ponds on the
County Commission a "" light during an inspection by Jewell will assume medi- motion three times Mondav:
four.hour tour and discussionof dump is on airport property would be better, Bender property were a mile apart the state Bureau of Health cal director duties June 1. night before finally getting a
several locations :Monday The city of Keystone now uses said. and seepage into underground Facilities will have to be corrected b
second the motion commissioner
afternoon the site for burnable trash "I don't quite understand. systems could nut occur because before provisional "If the hospital is open to :> )
Each of several proposed such as leaves and branches First they tell us we can't puta of the height of the land licensure can be made administrator before then. 11 be here," the Harold Charles Epps Schaefer Council J

landfills inside the Keystone Water from the 30-acre dump landfill on one end of the Eugene Hardval doctor promised. Mayor
were found ing site would flow down the county because it's too wet, Sparse population of the Dr Jewell will be paid broke the tie by voting with MARCH
Airport property tell end of area was also a positive consideration month as a relocationfee Warren and Epps for the
unsuitable by Department of hill grade into a nearby lake then us the other the $1.000 a
Environmental Regulations called Minnow Pond. Bender county is too dry"" com- Trawick said. City; Pad ntt>>tl'S until August when he will increase. FASHION SHOW
mented SanitarianJack be $1.000 monthly for Councilmen :Marc Jackson A Spaghetti SupperJr.
i IDER) Engineer Joseph said contaminating the county Discussion of a new landfill > paid Silcox voted
and Vernon .
Women's Club
water. Trawick. due need for the medical director services
Bender DER Pollution Con site arose to a
trol Specialist Otis Chandleralso Chandler however found Bender said that the ideal county to find a more per To County Two other contracts were against( the action commercial 7pm.FRIDAY. .
assisted the commissionin the location suitable and com situation would be to have just manent site for dumping. The approved by the board to Although the
mented the enough sand below the landfillto become effective upon licensure increase amounts to a 50 percent MARCH S
on good manage. SR 100 about
its search for a long'term present site on hike for over 2.000)
landfill sIte. ment of the old Keystone allow slow percolation of seven miles west of Starkew 1 Jr/i11 ontnue of the hospital. actual usage effect will bea
dump. Bender disagreed say drainage water through the w contain only Keystone and :Mrs Raymond (Paulette I KWH. the of WORLD DAY OF

Land formations at one site ing that clay walls would haveto sand filtering out contamina Bradford County garbage for Payments from the City of Sessions an anesthetist from much lower percentage PRAYER
the bill. For example a user
would allow landfill water to surround the dump site and tion. another 18 months or so Tra Starke to the county for mos Lake Citv and a registered Services It a.m.Presbyterian ,
Trawick noted that *. I r tic_. 8 of 2,700 KWH per month pre Church
the first
would have to be installed "
work its way Into area lakes pumps wick said. quito control and I'S 301 paying -
the DER representative said. to carry away landfill site located just a short distance debts were ordered to be Followed by
to a
designate
Another site was turned down water. from the present county new Application site for landfill operationswas continued by the city council Fair Plans Progressing' Covered Dish

because it was too near airport Another location closer to dump, which is shared by the given a no from the DER. Tuesday night following a LuncheonSATURDAY.

runways and. the DER the airport runway from Bender got negative in- which is why engineers were three-month lapse in such Plans for the 26th Annual during the afternoon and MARCH
representatives said might response called in according to county pavments Bradford Fair are local
County pro evening to greet visitorsto
cause airplane crashes if that the Federal Aviation Garbage DumpingFees Council mayor Charles
commissioner George gressing on schedule according the fair.Amusement. FLEA MARKET
birds became tangled in the Commission feared birds Schaefer said that paymentsof
Robt'rts.Iore: information Warren Carver presi ride tickets
to at Methodist Group S
landfill would rise
around the To the annual
Be Set $8.500 agree
planes.Bender about the surrounding community dent of the Fair Association the reduced price of five for$1 l 9 noon
concluded that and get into airplane engines. ment should be continued until
site
land contours and and things are set to open will go on sale at the Chamberof In Church Court Yard
drainage is the "most critic Uy Commissioners proposed alterations and a the county agrees to let. thecity March 31, April 1. 2 and 3, Commerce office on Walnut
cal" of problems facing the description of operational pro postpone payments.By and Madison Streets Sales LAWTEY WATER

county in choosing a site earlier A City Okays Charges for dumping in cedures should have been the gentlemen and county agreement had, Fair activities will kick off will start !Monday March 13. SYSTEMDEDICATION
Lawtey location was Bradford County landfills will included with the application city for on Saturday March 27. when and continue until 5 p.m..
abandoned due to seepage of soon be implemented to put which is why it was turned agreed to control split payments at the county the annual Strawberry Queen TUf"iday.larch! 23. Tickets )Oa.m.Cake .
contaminated landfill water Mobile HomeThe garbage operations on a down. Bender said. mosquito and Contest will be held at the will also be available in the and Punch
garbage dump
into the close-tothe-surface Starke Zoning Board somewhat self-supporting "It appears that nobody the paving Bradford High School Auditorium county schools during the Will be Served
costs area
underground water supply unanimously approved a basis county commissioners knows exactly what is going completion put upon of US-301. upon at 8 p.m. That will be week of March 13-19, Advance
agreed late Monday after on.There is even a question on followed Wednesday, March sale tickets will be honored by MARCH OF DIMES
"It'sa mess We don't know request for a mobile home to in the In efforts to trim its budget
here the exact site was all
what we're going to do"" said be placed on the property of noon. commented the city would like to be relieved 31. with the Starke Rotary the midway concessions WALKATHONBHS
Sanitarian Jack application four of the fair
County Club's Rural-Urban Day days
Commissioner George Mr. and Mrs, William Stubbson from such obligation
Roberts after the afternoon's SR-16 at the east city limitsof Trawick is charged with commission chairman temporarily council agreed. chicken dinner at the fair CLASS TRIP

tour Monday, "Were right Starke at the monthly meeting working a payment scheduleand Roberts. to is that A letter from the city composed will officiallynopen noon This :No checks will be acceptedfor Reservation time
"What it amounts
back where we started." on Monday. March 1, distribution site for decalsor finda by clerk Merrill Ed. the fair tickets, the chamber Is Extended Into
tickets which will allow we start all over again to .
states. March
that their
Stubbs explained wards to the Bradford County
the
The City of Keystone house was destroyed by fire dumping in county landfills. new"site acceptable to Commission informed the The Fair of 1976 will also Phone ".-7..*
said.
Heights which presently is several months ago. He said Payment will be graduated DER. Roberts county that such payments feature the largest livestock Fair Association member-
will not
its garbage into they were in the process of according to vehicle size However! the DER would be stopped show in its history, with a ships may also be purchasedat CourmyOIStye
the Bradford landfill off SR. razing the structure and whereby larger trucks would select a site for the county. City fathers maintained that swine and steer sale to be con- the Chamber for $2. This
also mobile pay more to dump the larger Bender said Such selections ducted under the of entitles the member to an (Commutiilu
100 near KH. was waitingfor would place a 12 by 70 made then they had requested the clerkto auspices
loads. Details of the must first be
the payment the Bradford-Union Cattle individual season pass to the
DER approval on proposed home on the property.The ask for temporary relief 'tat'
airport site for a per- request for the mobile system will be presented at a approved by the state agency, not to. arbitrarily cut off the men's Association. fair grounds. General Admis- IDnnkAutunh
I msnent' landfill.. KH had home was the only business to special:\ meeting of the Brad- he told the group of funds. Edwards held that he Miss America of 1976. sion will be 50 cents. Childrens Im.iswrra anta4AO
bit
drilled a well and erected a come before the city zoning day ford night County at Commission 8. Mon- "We will under need the quite new a sys- did exactly as council had Tawny Godin will appear at Day will\ be Friday. April 2, I'tlarAl, 'MM".byOfpotii ......C,ti pP.Kt

shelter for the maintenance board. acreage j'..e I'.su.' i' ordered him to do. the Mir on Thursday April 1, from 2 until 7 pm.

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BUS Meets Titusville Astronaut In Region



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Bradford High basket- letterman, saidof ton. The two much "Defense The championship located just off US-27 just
years averages adjustments, Davenport teams are has been, probably "The defense has been pull- game
bailers will take on 21-7 Titus- 13.7 points per game for the win over Cocoa Beach. alike. Both like to run, have our best asset all ing us through all season. This will be played on Saturday after intersection with US-

ville Astronaut at Marc.m. Astronaut and Is the leading "It sounds like a toss-up" good balance, and play excel- year," says War Eagle Coach. will be the key, in the regional night at 8 p.m. 441.The high school campus is I
tomorrow (Friday 6)) War Eagle rebounder, says Tornado coach Mike Sex- lent defense. ; Davenport. tournament, says Coach visible from the highway on
in Leesburg in the opening averaging 12 per game. Sexton. The Leesburg l high gym is, the right side going south.

game of the Region Two state Mike DeVoss, a 6-1 junior, is Bradford High goes Into the ---- ---.-.-
basketball playoffs. the team's second leading regional playoffs with a 17-5

Host Leesburg High meets scorer with 14.7 points. Sopho- Red Wins record, on balanced scoring, a
Ocala Vanguard in the second more Greg Collingsworth, Big good defense, and quicknessand
game at 8:30: tomorrow night. Chris'brother, is a sophomore speed.

Tornado cagers are the only averaging around seven Willis Berry has played real
team repeating from lastyear's points. Guard Randy steady ball, Coach Sex-
who has started says
DeLancy,
regional play-offs in ton. His floor play defensively
which BHS lost 56.52 to Cocoa about half the season, aver- has been excellent Sexton
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Beach. This year, however, ages about seven points.
number one ranked Cocoa Greg Collingsworth and says The combination
guard-
4th
Beach was eliminated in the DeVoss average 8-9 reboundsper Straight playmaker of Kenny Hamptonand

finals of the district play-offs game. Freddie Aldridge is out-
74-62 by Titusville Astronaut, The War Eagles lead the standing.

a four-year-old high school Cape Coast Conference in "These two sophomores can

with an enrollment of 1,735 scoring at 74 points per game. score, which helps us tremen-
and with a basketball program They don't usually score that Sexton.
that has just come into high but had several games of dously, says

its own in the past two years. 100 points Coach Davenportsays TitleThe Alfred Ross is an excellent
Coach John Davenport has of his team. District rebounder and can score. "He

been at Astronaut all four Astronaut uses a 1-2-2 zone helps us tremendously," the

years. The first season Astro- defense most of the time and coach. says.
naut basketballers were 0-25, the War Eagles press when Sexton says his Tornadoes
then 6-19. In 1975 they turned they have to, Davenport says. have yet to reach their peak.
the program around and were The War Eagles are a quick, GREEN COVE SPRINGS game. He led both nights Big Red converted turn- "We have not yet played to
208. With three starters fast team. They like to run For the fourth straight year though he got only nine overs into baskets to take the our capability," Sexton says. BtuNlOo2,

returning the War Eagles are when they get the chance Bradford High basketballers against Palatka Central in a lead from the outset and was Sexton thinks his Tornado
21-7 and flying high this sea Coach Davenport said Wednesday have won the District 5 Class poor rebounding night for never headed.
five, has as good a chance as
BHS. had nine
3A cage championship and are Wayne Berry
son.Senior and threeyearstarter "We thought we could do it. headed this weekend to Lees- Milton Baker added nine rebounds to lead BUS in that anybody In the state play-offs.

Candy Marshall, 6-2, We finally put it together," burg for yet another shot at points, Freddie Aldridge department.Milton Baker and He counts the game with
leads the War Eagles offen- Davenport says of the win the regional and, possibly, the eight, and Willis Berry sevento Willis Berry each had six Astronaut tomorrow night as
the BUS effort. rebounds. Alfred Ross sat crucial as any one to come.
sively with 22.5 points per over number-one ranked state tournament. on r '
game. Marshall's favorite Cocoa Beach. Cocoa Beach Bradford cagers held on fora "We dominated the first the bench most of the game In "It'll take a total, good 1 ;4

shot is from deep in the cor had beaten Astronaut twice in 52-45 victory over a scrappySt. half but they came back," foul trouble. BHS had 25 rebounds defensive effort to win," Sex- _

regular season play Augustine five which came said Coach Mike Sexton. as a team, which ton If his big man,
ner.Guard Chris Collingsworth, "We did nothing much different close in the second half effortto "Wayne was our big man" Coach Sexton called a "poor Wayne says.Berry and Alfred Ross,

a 6-4 junior but also a three just a couple of minor upsetting the favored Tornadoes just as he has been all year. job." get in foul trouble, "it'll be
It is the second Coach Sexton also gave ScorabvOuartart is lead-
straight year BHS has won the much credit to the BHS BHS 10 15 12 35-ttfC rough. Wayne Berry
defense especially in the final 6 4 13 19-02 ing the team in scoring. Milton
district St. ,
by beating Augustine -
form
In 1975 the score was 56- minutes when it refused to Bradford Baker 7 1 17 Wayne Perry after Baker the is flu.returning He led the to teamin ,
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iir liijrnp4SPORTS allow St. Augustine a shot. 10020: Rose 022. Wlllll Berry 3410
scoring most of the season
52.This
year the top-seeded Every time a SA player Aldrldae 4 5 13 Total' 24 14 62.
Palatka Central Williams 124. until he came down with the _
Tornado five drew a bye in the moved toward the basket Greene 13 5,Seller 9 5 31 McCasklll I.
first round of the district there were two or three handsin 2.4, wllkerton 306. Totals IS 24'2. flu.Three other ranked
tournament played in Green his face. Time and again a teams were knocked top out of the Y I
Cove Springs. They topped Yellow Jacket would start
last weekend
state playoffs
Palatka Central 62-42 Friday driving inside, only to quickly ti r \ with Quincy Shanks, number d
night and St. Augustine went gather Tornadoes around him,
two, Crestview, number
and be forced to back off. -
host Schoolto
59-54 by Clay High
and number live Jack-
set up Saturday night's title BHS was 10-for-13 from the three Wayne Berry buckets an easy one against St, Augustine
knocked out
sonville Bolles by
match between BHS and SA. free throw line; SA was 5-for- Fernandina Wayne led Tornado cagers to their fourth consecutive
Page 2\ Central edged cross-town number four district cage title by scoring 20 points In each game. He
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:\larch".1976 rival Palatka South 45-42 10.The tournament wins give Qo.. Beach 53.48.Astronaut grabbed 18 rebounds against S.V and nine against Palatka

Thursday night in the opening BUS an 18-5 record to date t will start againstthe Central.

round.St. Score by Quarters 1 Tornadoes Candy Mar- u 3fI ***- F
Eastside Dominates Augustine came within BHS 11 20 II 9-52 114 shall, 6-2. Mike DeVoss 6-1,
two points, 45-43, of Bradford SA 7 11 14 13-45 Chris Collingsworth, 6-4 Greg *
Have You Got The
High in the fourth period
Collingsworth, 6-4, and Randy II
BUS: Baker 339 Wayne Berry 10 0-
charge the Yellow Jackets 20 Rou 101,Godwin 1.2 4. Hampton I.1 Delancy, 510.Marshall -- --
BHS Track DebutIn seem to have a habit of mak 02 Aldridge 32 e, Wlllll Berry 237. and DeVoss had 20 I TqX. ,
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Totals 21 JOS BLUES
ing. That's the way they beat SA: OonleyOI 1.1. LyonlSO 10.Andreu points each in Astronaut's win .TIME 1
Green Cove Friday night 000. E. Preston 401. Andreion. 4 4 12, over Cocoa Beach and Greg
its 1976 debut the new ediInU( 15.9; 3)) Smith (EHS) --
BHS stalled the final 3:24: of 5 Preston 204,Bryant 0 1 Totals 203 Collingsworth added 14 points. --- --
tion of the Bradford High 196. the game with the Yellow The War Eagles led all the --== n
Yard Dash 1) McKnight 45.Tornado
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100 :
track team bowed to Eastside Jackets coming closer and cagers stormed 62- ic
Gainesville but topped (EllS) 10.1; 2)) Smith (EHS) way. I '\
of closer to dumping the entire 42 by Palatka Central in Friday Sexton said Leesburg and ..
James (EHS) 10.4 4)
Interlachen in a tri-meet on 10.3; 3) ; season. night's semi-finals of the .
Ocala Vanguard both will
the Bradford oval Friday O'Neal (Int.) 10.7. With 3:15: left and SA pursu- District 5 Class 3A basketball all-court the entire use See Margie At
Mile Run 1)) Hunsmger an press '
Feb. 27.Eastside. : ing the basketball, Wayne tournament in Green Cove
Carol (Int.) ball game. They, along with I
dominated the (BHS( ) 4:47.4: ; 2))
Berry was left alone under the Springs to gain a berth in Saturday's -
Ocala Forest finished in
91 points and 4:50.5: ; 3) Archie (Int.) 5:07.8: ; a
meet,racking
up BHS basket. He promptly put championship game. three-way tie with Ocala TOWN FINANCE
eight first places. BHS had 58 4)) Wallace (EHS) 5:13.0.points : away a layup to give BHS.a 47- Arch rivals Clay High, the Forest for the "BIG SUN"
and second place with 880 Yard Relay:.1)) Eastside 43 margin and a little breath- host team, and St. Augustine
Little Kenny Hampton, the
five first places. Interlachen 1:346: ; 2)) BHS 1:46.1: (Johns, Conference Championship. I 226 N. Temple 964-7449
battled in .
Shell Milner). ing room. a closely,, fought BUS defensive ace with his I II
Tatum ,
had 28 points. Things remained tense with slow-moving contest before
quickness, returned to action Vanguard defeated Ocala
Shot Put: 1)) Cruger (BHS) She Can Do Your
distance Tax
Tornado men Return And
Jackets
SA aggressive basket- the Yellow came on in against St. Augustine. Hampton Forest 58-33 in the finals of the
that of the 39' 10'2"' ; 2)) Davis (Int.) 39'5'a" flaying
dominated segment with 1:33: left the fourth period with three district
and his replacement, last weekend in Ocala.
Thomas (EHS) 39'both
meet. Kirk Hunsinger won 5" 41; Carter 3)) (BHS)3S'S"5)runs. ) ) SA's Greg Lyons fouled Willis straight steals which they sophomore Freddie Aldridge, So the match between the Have Your Refund Coming To You .r:
) ;
the mile and two-mile( Berry. He hadn't been too converted into points and a 59- Yellow Jackets and t I'
have combined to score In Knightssets
covered the mile Kitchens (EHS) 38'1's". In No Time At All ))
He in
Discus 1)) Smith (BUS) 131' accurate at the charity line 54 win and a berth in the double figures in each game In up a championship for the I I
4:47.4 and the two-mile in : prior to Saturday, but Willis championship game. conference and the
which have both of
thew Box took 10"; 2) Thomas (EHS) 131'thirdplaceinthetwornderun they played big prize LOANS UP TO 2500 #
10:566.I: a sunk both ends of a pressure The Tornadoes led Central'sBulldogs continuing on in the regional
0" 3)) Carter BHS) 112' 7"
; ; packed one-and-one to put 10-6() after the first ** I I
at 11::50. 4)) Davis (Int.) 105' 3". BHS up 49-43. That took the period and 25-10 at the half. Palatka Central defeated playoffs. uuw ..it 1_J
Yard Dash 1)) McKnight cross town rival Palatka
Freddie Bell won the 120440 :
sting out of Sam Preston'slong Central outscored BUS 13-12 in
yard high hurdles in 15.9, (EllS) 51.9; 2) Welcome basket from the right the third period but BHS came South 45-42 in the first game .
same time as Daily of InterEIS( ) 55.4; 3)) Woods (EHS) corner. back 25-19 in the final quarter last Thursday night to gain a
Edwards EllS) 57.0. berth in the semi-finals
lachen who was given second 56.1; 4) ( With 24 seconds left Lyons with second stringers in the All Sales FinanQ
Yard Intermediate Hurdles against the top-seeded Torna-
place. Bell also won the 330330 again fouled Willis Berry. game most of the quarter.
J
) Bell (BHS) 43.2 2) does. Central led 20-16 at the
intermediate hurdles by : 1) : No Return No Refunds
yard This time Willis got the first Four Tornadoes were in
Int.) 45.4 3)) Hall half, outscoring South 10-8 in
2.2 seconds in 43.2. Daily ( ; $
shot but missed the bonus. At double figures led by big
KennethCrugerofBHSwon three seconds left guard Wayne Berry who scored 29 South Hurry
the shot put with a toss of39'10'a" 485. Freddie Aldridge was fouled points by hitting 10 of 18 field in the outscored Central 10-4 ?$& ,
880 Yard Run 1) Carrollthe third period, however
Bobby Smith slung : \
and got the bonus to end the goals, a 55 percent effort. Mil- and ; dry
discus 131' 10" for first (Int.) 2:10.2: ; 2)) Lewis (BHS) the Bulldogs had come on NopE
game 5245. ton Baker had 17 points, shoot-
Archie (Int.) 2:14.4. with a 21-16 effort the
2:13.4: ; 3)) : over
place. BHS led the entire game. ing 7 for 15 from the field for 46
Relay 1)Statistics ) Braves in the fourth to
Medley period
Sprint :
The Tornado five was in con- percent; it was Baker's best Fl,. a yrcy
: Eastside2:05.3: ; 2)) BHS 2:14.6: pull the win out.
trol 11-7 after the first period, effort since he recovered from
) James Lo
Long Jump: 1) (Lashley, Tyson, Sherman, Clay High led for just over
(EHS 21.9; 2)) James, Ron Bell)). 31-18 at the half, and 41-34 the virus. Sophomore guard
after the third Freddie added three quarters Friday night.
period. Aldridge 13
(EHS) 20-6; 3)) James, Ken 220 Yard Dash: 1)) McKnight
(EHS) 20.3; 4)) Johns (BHS) (EHS) 21.9; 2) James (EHS) Big (six-foor-four) Wayne points, hitting four of seven SA outscored the Blue
Berry led the Tornadoes with shots from the field, and Willis Devils 19-16 in the second
235 3)) Taylor lint.) 23.7; 4))
;
171511"h'I Jump: : 1)) James, Lo O'Neal Int.. 238. 20 points each night. Berry Berry had 10 points. period 14-12 in the third, then
(EHS) S'T'a", 2)) J.ames. RoniEHS)5'5'4" TwolIileRun:1)!( : ) Hunsinger showed the consistency he has Vincent Sellers led Central came on strong in the final
displayed all season dumping with 23 points) the only Bull- minutes s
) .3)) Ricks (IBHSI) (BUS) 10:56.6: ; 2)) Willy (EHS) eight outscoring
10 for 18 Friday and 10 for 15 dog in double figures.
18-7.
(BHS) Clay
4)))
5'5':: Hunsmger 11.48; 3) Box (BHS) 1150.
Saturday, shooting percent. The defense of the Torna-
5'3'j !Mile 1)) Eastside
Relay: Score fey Quarter!
also drug down 18 does caused turn-
Big Berry numerous
120 Yard High Hurdles: .1'' 3:46: ; 2)) BHS 4:04.5: (Lashley, Clay 15 14 12 7-SOI
rebounds in the with its full
Bell :BUS) 15.9; 2)) Daily Shell, Milner, Tyson). championship overs court press. SA 19 14 II-59
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.M i i'e1 Tigers Wear District Basketball V



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LAKE BUTLER For the ? jump.Shot to bring the Tigers had high praise for the The Tigers moved to an 82- on 13 of 23 free throws,' a 56.5
third year in a row the Union .;within one point in the first defense which he said 64 lead in the final period percent average.
;.. 1 High Tigers captured the Dis- minute of the final stanza. ''allowed us to. stay in the when Coach Thomas started UHS got 37 rebounds to the
,'.. trict Class AA championship Tom Donley hit on a layup to :game." Tutting in the reserves In the taller Trojans 34. Gerry White
tiy. a w, w by defeating second ranked put Hilliard back in front by :ontest. The Trojans tried to had 8, Ralph Williams 6, Paul
Milliard 56-54 Saturday, Feb. three. IA Hill the game out, but got only White five and Sam Jackson
::::: 28.The White hit another 10 foot is close as the final score five.Hilliard
'...:.":' r' Tigers defeated Hamil- jump shot to again make the vhen the Tigers won 8879. outscored a much
....... ton County of Jasper 88-79 and Tigers within one point.Leonzy taller Episcopal Eagles 80-69.
........ the Flashes defeated Episcopal Donley then hit a lay Gerry White was the big gun Warren Thompson) was high
....;. tin tiwCI of Jacksonville 80-69 Fri- up to make it 4340. or the Tigers with 24 points. for the (Flashes with 32, while
:.::. day, Feb. 27, to qualify for the [Perry then hit a 15 foot jumps >erry had 18, Williams 14 and Vince Edwards was the big
..:.:. finals. ot and Williams sunk a free Ufred Holmes 10. gun for the Eagles with 26
:..:.., CI A The finals were close all the throw to finally get the Tigers Rex Mitchell with 13 pointsvas markers
.. .. way in the contest with the tied for the first time since the the only man besides
: :; Score
; by Quarter.Union
......... outcome in doubt right up first quarter. Perry then put ;peights who was in double 30 27 IB 13 88
........,. until the final buzzer. With 22 the Tigers ahead by sinking a Igures for the Trojans. Hamilton 13 20 23 21 79
... / seconds remaining in the con- charity toss.Bunch .
:::.:: test Boyzie Perry was fouled then knocked home a The Tigers hit on 38 of 68 White Union 10424, Holmes, Filer 5 03 0 10 3,,Wi/ham.7014 Perry/ a 2 IB, G, .,. .
'r. ..d. 1 r and calmly sank the two char- rebound and Hilliard was hots for a 55.9 percent MCGIIII02p I hot..o., JacKton 33 :
:=:.(. I ity tosses to nail the victoryfor back in front. He then hit on a asper canned 33 of 73 shotsor Total I 1BI2BB /
: \ Lake Butler. This made 10 foot jump shot to put the ( a 45.2 percent. The Tigers HAMILTONWright, 401, Ford 02.
: : Woodruff 113 I 1 Smon ,
306
..:...:.. the score 56-54 in favor of the Flashes ahead by three points etted 12 of 20 free throws fora 5 3'. Sheppard 237. Allen 0'Spefghtt 1 I. 'Mitchell
........ At Tigers. 47-44. loud Union County crowd 60 percent. The Trojans hit 5313 Total' 33 13 79
........... \ Hilliard twice called time Perry then hit on a 10 foot was led by vivacious Merrell
".. .l out to set up a final play in an jump shot for the Tigers. Tom Hart as the Tigers took the
attempt to force: tile game into Donley then hit on a layup anda district 8 championship Satur-
overtime. They missed three free throw to make it 52-48. day night.
I:: :: UHS Tigers proved their stuff last Saturday night In taking the District 6 championship over shots In close. When he came White and Williams then hit on
:: : Milliard. They will face regional! competition against Father Lopez this Friday night at 7 p.m. down with the rebound for the quick buckets to tie the gameat Perry was high point man
:::: on the Lake Butler courts. ._ V Tigers, Gerry White was 5252. for the Tigers with 23 points.
:.:. Players are (CI-r) front! row: Gerry White. Sam Jackson. Alfred Holmes and Boyzie Perry. fouled just as the buzzer Bunch then put the "Red" Gerry White had 18 and
:::: Back row! : Paul White. Tim McGlll. Walter. Filer, David Lovelace. Danny John. Ralph sounded ending the contest. Flashes in front 54-52 on a 10 Williams had 13 points. I
::, Williams and manager L.W. Cumming, Tiger partisans swarmed on foot jump shot. The Tigers Tom Donley with 19 pointswas -
: : V the court as the buzzer went came down the floor and tied the big gun for "Red" -
off and since the free throws the game on a Gerry White 10 Flashes. Leonzy Donley had
; IN LAKE BUTLER
; would not affect the outcomethe foot jump shot with a little 15 and Ron Bunch had 10
r officials made no attemptto more than two minutes re- markers. j
clear the floor as the Tigers maining.The /
Score by Oumr.union
;qrnTigers Meet"Father Lopez celebrated its fine victory. Tigers got the ball back I It 17 20-56
with 1:52: remaining in the Hllllart. 12 IS 11 15-54
The game started slowly. fourth quarter. They worked
Union *513, O. White 901',
Perry
Both teams seemed tense in
: : the ball obviously the
:. as quite
Wllllaml l '-13. McGlll 02. Total 21 6
the opening chapter with Ron strategy was to go for one 56.
In Bunch getting the game's first shot, to about a minute to go, Himirdt Thrift 1 0 2. T. Donley S' 19, .
Region Cage Play-Offs score for the Flashes. Perry when they called a time out., L. Donley. 63 15, Bunch. 50 10. Ttiomp :
tied the score a short while UHS again moved the ball ton 401 Totals' 31 13 54 LytalI
later on a 15 foot jump shot. and with 22 seconds to play In the semi-final game "

LAKE BUTLER The Champions has 14 wins and 11 ment with Boyzie Perry and Ralph Williams banged home Perry was fouled by Hardy against Jasper the Tigers HON'
Region Two Class Double A losses the same record as the Gerry White both with hot two rebounds for the Tigers Thrift who fouled out of the opened strong moving to an 8- uILE
sandwiched between a basket 1 lead before the Trojans hit COATING
basketball tournament will be Tigers. scoring hands. The Tigers game. Perry then calmly sunk
have gotten some great rebounding by Leonzy Donley of Hilliard. the free throws. Hilliard had on a bucket. The redhot
held at Union County High I 1 Warren Thompson knocked in shooting continued and they tllTf
School here tomorrow night help from Ralph three shots to try to( tie the
a rebound to tie the game at I 6- moved to a 30-13 margin. The
March 5)) with P.K. Williams and Tim McGill in game but missed on all threeas A4
<(Friday< last weekend's district 6. Perry then put the Tigers in the Tigers pulled out the hot hand for the Tigers con-
Santa Fe at 7
Yonge meeting front 8-6 another of his
and the 1 1k tournament( victories over on victory. tinued in the second chapteras
tanglingwith
Tigers
pm. patented 15 foot jumpers.At they moved to a 57-39 halftime -
Beach Father Jasper and Hilliard. The Tigers hit on 25 of 61
'. Lopez Daytona at 8:30: p.m. T UHS had a great defensive this point UHS became shots for a 40.8 shooting per- lead. Jasper fought back Do It Yourself
Father Lopez defeated effort which knocked out the timid in its shooting. The"Red" centage. HIlliard hit on 21 of 46 and narrowed the margin to
.- second ranked team in the shots for a 45.7 shooting aver- 75-62 at the three quarter
, : Flagler Palm Coast of Bunnell Flashes scored three Keep Your Home Warmer In Winter Keep Your Home Cooler
58-5.:) in the Region 8 finals last state in Milliard. baskets to take the lead at the age. UHS canned six of 11 mark. the V DYTON Insulates' In Summer
:', weekend. Earlier in the year r end of the first quarter 128. charity tosses for a 55.6 per Gerry White was big gun
the defeated Father cent. Milliard netted 12 of 17 for the Tigers in the first half (You Save Money On One Coat Cool.
:;: Tigers BHS Golf with 16 Boyzie Perry
..r.' Lopez 71-69 for consolation 6ds The second quarter saw for a 70.5 average but got only points. Heating Bills and 8 To I 10 Degrees
Williams
honors in the New Smyrna a Hilliard score only two field one free throw attempt in the had 10 12.Jasper with. Ralph Electricity' / Bills, )
Beach Christmas Tourna- goals. In fact, the second one second half.Hilliard getting
used its height in the
outrebounded the
Team OK with little five
ment. came a over
Coach Jimmy Thomas said minutes remaining to play in Tigers 40-23.( Ralph Williamswas second half to make a come
OLIN'S MOBILE HOME
back led by the fantastic
'. the leading rebounderwith
that his Tigers will have to( the half. But they did manageto
shooting of AI Speights who
stop Mike O'Connell who is 41 sink 11 of 14 free throw six for the Tigers. Perry
At ForestBradford scored 39 points in the contest
had five and Tim McGill four.
averaging 30 points a game. attempts to grab a 27-19 half- Speights scored from Hwy 100 W. Starke
=.a O'Connell scored a record 53 time lead with the last nine UC Coach Jimmy Thomas every
in the Christmas coming from the charity wa'elated, calling the victoryover possible angle.
'I points High golfers did points -
I Milliard "a great team uu __ ___ _
tournament against Titusville "just fine" last Friday after- line. "
Astronaut. He was held to 12 noon against Ocala Forest, Gerry White and Williams effort. Thomas especiallyPaid
points by the Tigers in the said coach Warney Adkinson, scored baskets to bring the
' Christmas tournament. although they took a three Tigers back within four pointsin
Father Lopez was earlier in stroke. 161-158 loss to the the first two minutes of the THIS MONTH *
the season ranked in the top powerful Forest team. second half. White hit on another
., ten in the state. Matt Herres again led the basket to bring the Tigers for
Alachua Santa Fe will come 7 BUS team with a threeoverpar within one point, 2726. Old Gold Jewelry 200 I I YEARS AGO I
into( the regionals with an 18-8 39. Herres triple bogied on -Bunch then hit a five foot Dental Gold
and have
record on the season hole number six, but made a
jump shot to score the Sterling Sliver, Etc.Regardleasofcondlion. .
of the In the
two top guards comeback with birdie on the
in Cleve Hartwick and Union County's Gerry White a Flashes' first basket in over Free
state
reaches high above Milliard seventh hole. nine minutes and 22 seconds evaluations In your home. .1 I
defeated Bruce the Sheppard.Tigers twice They 74-48 heads during the final game of Wade Winkler came in and put them in the lead 2926. Immediate payments.For .
the District 6 tournament to second among Bradford The teams then traded bas- Appointments write
and have also
and 64-58 bring down the coveted re players with a 40 after pullingout kets for the balance of the or phone (904)( ) 473-108
in
knocked off the Blue Wave
of double bogie on hole
bound. a which wound with
quarter up Old Gold EnterprisesP
the two meetings.
previous five. Bobby Patterson shot a
the Flashes in the lead 3936. .
O. Box 602 Melrose. FL
P K. Yonge the regular The Blue Wave features a fine 41 along with Lee Casey
Gerry White hit on a 10 foot
season Suwannee Conference balanced attack led by center Patterson got into scoring BOSTON IS WON FOR THE COLONIESMarch
Tracy Fitz and forward Josh trouble on hole five with a
Mellstrom. They won in a triple bogie, but played excel- -
Lazenby Loses close contest with Cross City lently, Coach Adkinson said. -
51-49 in the district finals. Forest only had two men S
Santa Fe walloped( Hawthorne under 40, Sparks with a two- ( \ L 3A7
State Tourney in its district finals at over-par 38 and Yancy with a 'C SmGoLWowing Jobs .
Keystone !Heights! 71>-57 last 39 Blade piscirtg -
wt" !.end. "I 1 was tickled to death. I Backi ?
Wrestling Bid The Tigers will come into worried that we'd get beat by "
the regional tournament as 20 strokes," the coach t

WINTER: PARK Joe the defending champion. It beamed.
Uuenby of the Bradford High marks the third years in a row BUS swingers come against
Wrestling Team was eliminated the Tigers' have qualified for West Nassau for a rematch
in the second round of) the regional tournament. Last this Thursday at the Starke

the 149 pound class and lost his year they went on to play .in Golf and Country Club at 3
only bout in the consolation the state tournament p.m. Bradford won the prior 964.5230 JIMMY MARTIN 1 :
tournament in the state high UHS comes into the tourna match by 15 strokes.

school wrestling meet at Winter -
Park High School here on
Friday Feb. 27, and Sat.. Feb.

2HMe won his first round Starke

match on the opening day of I
the tournament by defeating
Wislotske from Largo. The Auto Center
match was tied on points at 5.5
at the end of the regulationthree

rounds. Lazenby pinnedhis 528 S. Walnut
man in the first round of
the overtime to win the match.In .
the second round Joe -SPECIF.
wrestled the eventual winnerof -SPECIRL-

the 149 pound class Bujoldof
:Miami Lakes. Joe lost a 12.3 Cooling System llllr. l p
decision. : .S.
Air Conditioner
lie then qualified for the

consolation tournament which Tune Up
decided third and fourth

place. Me lost in overtime on Tune UpIncludes
Saturday morning to Don Includes: Drain System
:Monroe of Vero Beach 3.1
after the match was tied at 5.5 Replace Therm 17, 1776...
at the end of regulation) time. :
Coach Roger Chilson said Replace Coolant The important harbor city of Boston held by.

his that matches.Lazenby He did said a fine the job south In Evacuate Recharge Check For Leaks British troops under Gen. Howe was put to

Florida teams, mostly from with cannonade fire from Gen.
Leaks
:Miami and Fort Lauderdale, Check For Tighten Bed siege heavy

dominated all the weight Henry Knox's 2,000 man artillery force. Heavy
classes.Enni8Appointed. Tighten, Belt $1Q 95
rains and continuing fierce attack forced
,
I tf :
; ; % Moat Cars ,

Add '2" For AC Howe to gather his men 'and evacuate Boston

By Union Board $1995 a decisive victory for the colonists.

At another special meetingpf -ALSO-.
the Union County Construction
J Most Cars Except V.W.'s !
and Licensing
Board Industry, it was voted to offer ; Complete Radiator ,Repairs

the job of acting inspector on Quality Repairs At
Tuesday March 2 to' A.W. J Tune Ups 1 ligrup1J

Ennis The board of Lake in Butler the meantimewill Reasonable Prices )

readvertise for the per- Brakes Inspection Repairs! ,
manent position of Inspector
subject to approval of the
Union County Commission.


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Tigers; Baseballers Have 3-O Weekend? I


tational Baseball tournamenton
walked batten
and no-
Jockel seven runs, up two runs in the bottom of three ] Thursday, March 4. Friday
The young Bradford High runners at second and third. gave up In the game against Palatka
Baseball Team defeated Danny Hazen struck out. six: hits., struck out nine, the first Inning Central the Tornadoes trailed March 5, and Saturday.
Palatka Central& Thursday, Harold Eaford walked, loading walked five in lull sue: mmngs Jacket gave up a walk then :3-2 going into the top of the March 6.Games.
an error with a run scoring on
of The Tornadoes on Wednesday In-
Feb. 28, lost a close game to the bases. pitching. seventh inning and got three
have now won two and l lost the error and the batter winding elude Gainesville vs. Daytona
Devils While at the out.
Blue was
the in to
Clay High Jimmy Mobley upat third base. A wild big runs pull game Mainland at i
Green Cove Springs 2-1 Fri- bat Jackson Prevatt at- three.In Charles Revels walked to Beach p.m.
day, Feb. 27 and Tuesday, tempted to pick Eaford off the game at Green Cove throw past third the on Blue a pickoff Devils start the winning rally Scott Palatka Central plays Ocala
March dropped a 7-1 contest first base and then Hemme Springs the Tornadoes gave attempt second gave of the Hull was safe on an error. Forest at 7 p.m. St. Augustine
their run inning Palatka South at 9
undefeated Union and Whitehead broke their safe error meets p.m.
to the be the Kilby was on an
and also proved to Delandat
Tornadoes play
County Tigers in Lake Butler bases and Hemme scored on with Revels scoring the The
of the
winning run game. March
The Tornadoes came out the front end on what woundup Union Girls equalizing run. e p m. Thursday 4.
The Tornadoes got a run the Tornadoes
charging against the rugged as a triple steal with White- Jackson Prevatt then got his Whether win
back in the next inning when will determine
Tigers by picking! up their only head going to third and Esford Jockel singled Jimmy Pre- third hit of the game to score or lose, and when
run in the top of the first inn- to second. Tennis Team vatt was safe on an error with Hull and Kilby with the they play Friday Satur
ing and threatened to get even Mobley then walked reloading Jockel going to third. Jockel winning!; runs of the game. day.On March
8
Monday the
more. the bases. David The Bulldogs got a run in the
then scored a passed ball.
on the
Charles Revels worked vet Powell then came up and Loses Pair Jackson Prevatt bottom of the seventh but Tornadoes host Keystone
for Whitehead Kilby nailed the Heights Indians at 4 p.m.
walked
eran pitcher Bill Hemme a forcing in and Jackson Prevatt
rt walk Then Scott Hull hit the with the second run of the Jockel. Jimmy Prevatt. victory for the Tornadoes. On Tuesday. March 9, the
Jeff Norman had the Tornadoes'
first pitch deep to left center inning the go ahead run for [using two matches the five hits.Jacket gave up The Tornadoes will participate Tornadoes host Palatka Southat
field. When center fielder the Tigers.Esford then scored Union County Tiger girls two runs six hits. struck out in the Palatka South Invi 7:30 p.m.
Jimmy:Mobley and left fielder the final run of the inning on a tennis team lost 4-3 to Clay
Dean Dukes of the Tigers wild throw by third baseman High a t Green Cove Springs on
collided the ball fell in for a Richard HalL Thursday. Feb. 26. and then
double with Revels moving The Tigers picked up their were easily defeated ft-I by Terwillegar Motors2O6
around to third. final four runs in the bottom of Chiefland Monday. March I
pinkie Kilby then hit a the fifth inning as Hemme and
ground ball to shortstop. Tim Whitehead singled, Hazen In the tough loss to Clay Madison
Whitehead fired a strike to walked Eaford singled home High Marion Walmsley (CUI W. 964 720O
catcher Fred demons who. as two runs. :Mobley hit a double defeated Cathy Stanton (C 8-
he tagged the sliding Revels scoring Esford. and Hazen 3. Ann Walker dropped the ball. Revels with the final runs of the game Sandra McGee (IC) 8-2 and Presents A Full Line Of
scored the run to put the Tor- for the Tigers. Sylvia Acosta defeated I I II
. tdr, nadoes in front 1-0 This put The Tornadoes threatened Betty Templeton 8-0
a
r. atF
t Kilby on first and Hull on third in the fifth whenJockel was: hit Off Road
with nobody out. by a pitch. Jimmy Prevatt Donna Crawford 'U) I Equipment I II II
Kilby then stole second forced Jockel at second and defeated Ronaleen Montiethto
putting runners on second and Hall singled. But Hemme shut give the Tigers its only win
third with none out. Hemme the Tornadoes off without a over Chiefland by a score of 9- I For Al I Makes & Vehicles I II II
then bore down striking out 7
both Jackson Prevatt and run.Hemme struck out 13 bat- The only match scheduledfor
hoist Rkrr got hack into form after the flu and looked Jeffrey Jockel. Jimmy Pre- ten, allowed three hits and the girls team is on Wednesday I Ford G.AA. & Dodge I II
more like his old self Bakrr cnrrd. 17 point against PaUtka vatt then hit a long! fly down walked two in addition to March 10, when they
( Mitral and 'nine against s % H.! also handled the hall well. the left field line of which hitting a batter. It was his fifth travel to Macclenny for a
._ Dukes made a great running win of the season against no match at 3'30: p.m. I Plus Others I II
:.-. ,.. ... catch in foul territory to end losses and marked the Tigers The girls now have postedone
-- y -rR' the Tornado inning seventh victory in a row win against four losses. j
'-' 't' "" The Tigers came roaring I -: --.. I
fI" ,, ,, ... c\... back pushing three runs overin --2Jl- -
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..: I i.. .> .\ ..> ,I.. "I, v"'p' the bottom of the first inning Rams Defea t BHS Lifters r r, :;; .
I Clemons singled to left I t tr.L I II
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Eastside of Gainesville -132 pound class Mark
:AiJr// Carlton TV' "-, Hemme two wild then pitches walked by, Jockel defeated the Bradford High Hicks .... putting Tornadoes 33-30 in a close Ellis ((E') 381)) second. Dean
y/ ,..) runners on first and third and weight lifting match Wednes- I -T' I II
stole second. Feb Brown (B) 330 third, and
Sales & Service day. 23. at the BHS field
-V' ball Whitehead to Kilby then who hit a ground threw house Jimmy fourth. Duncan iB> 315. I I
Summary of meet which
50 East Mam Street Lane Butler demons out at the plate on a in --143 pound class Mike
the Eastside Rams took fourof
Phone: 496-2917 great play by catcher Jackson seven first places Crews (BJ) 530, first Dale
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worked a double steal putting first. Sam Bennett ,
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Specialized Antenna Systems (B) 430: second. Robert I I II
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I were murdered, and a sixth committed PRECINCT NO._ INITIALS OF
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in this area. BRADFORD
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9

PRECINCT NOMARCH.


9, 1976




I Mfr PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT RESOLUTION OF THE SCHOOL BOARD
(Mark a cross (W) in the square at the right OF BRADFORD COUNTY RELATING TO
For the Amendment or Against the Amendment).

I ., ... ,.. ,, ..iir. ..r in our B mnmai yearN AN APPOINTIVE SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT.
d--" T-l4 -i .cuti t v* inioy.nq' tm..ri e. of n> ror>c" "m.9adn de*ign/4 to aMnulat

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resolution or against the resolution.

i As Our Country Celebrates AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE VII. SECTION 9

Proposing an amendment to the State
200 Years of Freedom Constitution authorizing and limiting local WHEBEAS. Section S. Article. IX, of the Stole ConSlitutioo .
taxes for water authorizes the
i management purposes to not Superintendent to be appointed
: Guaranty Federal Celebrates more than one ((1)) mill. by the School Board of the school district, upon

formal resolution of that School Board and the approvalof

I 20 Years Of ServiceGainesville a majority of the qualIfIed electors voting in the
FOR THE AMENDMENT election wherein the proposition appear

..-,
I AOAJNST THE AMENDMENT
: J..m. L5.I The Office of Superintendent of
Schools of Bradford
3300 S W Archer Road .. --
Guaranty S... LCOCA County sholl be appointed by the School Board of
220 N Main /3501 W University Av Bradford County.

Federal I Keystone Heights: Lawrence Blvd & Sylvan Way ES Ic

Slarke: 395 W Madison Street ---- t

Lake Butler 175W. Main Street ---- FOP THE (SOLUTION
Savings. & Loan Association
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Tigers Romp Over, Bulldogs Edge Past Young Tornado Nine 1



LAKE BUTLER-The Union to right. Chris Lawson then that if a team is 10 runs ahead even and go ahead In the Ings giving up ten runs on two Wilhston Fled Devils,
County Tiger baseball team singled Powell to second after the fifth inning the gameis bottom of the second inning hits walking seven strikingout Saturday afternoon. March
extended its winning streak to Dean Dukes hit a ball back to, then overWhitehead Ksford was safe on a misplayby two. Kandy BIitch relievedin m. they travel toGainesville
6-0 as they defeated Haw Griffin who fired to third too picked up his Garcia al shortstop. Mob the fourth inning and gave for a non.conference
thorne 5.2 on Thursday Keb late and the Tigers had the second victory' of the season then hit another rounderto up three runs on three hits rematch with the P Konge
t 3 tip 26 P,K. Yonge 13.on\ Frida>. bases loaded. scattering five: hits, walked the shortstop whose low struck out one walked two \' Blue Wave
Feb 27, and Keystone Heights Fred Clemons then hit a two. and struck out) four while throw put Tiger runners at and hit a batter. On Tuesday. March !9, I the
n 12-2 on Saturday. Feb, 28. with grounder to third that was allowing two runs first and second. Glen Kemp In the victory over Hawthorne Tigers travel to !New; berry lora
all three games played here booted by third baseman Griffin pitched three innings then walked to lead the bases the Tigers scored two conlerenie game at 4 pm,
a r it'' it tTw The Keystone Indians cameto Bannon with Powell coming and left the mound after the Lawson was hit by a pitch runs in the first inning in
1 1N play despite missing six across for the first Tiger run first three batters reached from pitcher Jim Hummel to singles by' Clemons, Hemme. KFI\\OIIKU\Y
starters who were still with of the game. Bill Ilemme hit a base in the bottom of the tie the game at 1-1\ Dukes then Whitehead and Larry Fleming Each year at the conclusion
the baskethall team, The ground ball to shortstop which fourth lie gave up 10 runs grounded 1 out scoring Mobleyon of :NATIONAL': :': FFA WEEK,
t y InfJ.ans:: scored the first two Sa>'ers booted reloading the allowed five hits, struck out the play But first baseman They picked up two more The Bradford FFA Chaptershold
) runs of the game hl.'n Eddie bases with Lawson scoring the three and walked three. Adamson fired wild past third runs in the second and one in a work day and bar-b-
,S :Meadows opened the top of the tying run Whitehead Friedin! gave up two runs with Kemp also scoring and the third as Hemme who was que. This year the members
third inning with a single to promptly delivered a ringing allowed four hits walked none Lawson moving around to credited with the victory completed several projects at
left Kevin Bannon's single( single to left scoring DukeS' and struck out none third retired after three scoreless the school farm which they
; advanced :Meadows to second and Clemons to put the Tigersin Keystone Heights was 1-2 Clemons then walked innings and Whitehead were unable to complete dUl-
Roger Sayers then placed a front "-2. Hazen struck out after the loss. putting runners at first and finished up in Ihe final four to limited time during schooldays
perfect bunt fielded by Tiger but Harold Esford then got a Griffin.. had two hits to lead third. He then pilfered second. Innings. One of these projects
pitcher Tim Whltehl.'adho single, scoring two more runs. the Indian attack Ht>mme grounded out scoring Whitehead was the leading was the controlled burning of
fired to second baseman The final run of the inning Whitehead and Esford with Lawson with Clemons moving hitter with two hits in this contest about twenty acres of planted
Danny., (lawn covering at first came in when first baseman two hits apiece led the Tigers to third Whitehead then getting a single and a pines Other projects includedthe
f for the out moving both Hay Farris booted Jimmy big scoring machine. walked. Hazen then hit a tremendous double. completion of a new tool
;.e; Bannon and :Meadows to :Mobley s grounder and threw In the non-conference game home run over the Hawthorne picked up single shed and the cultivation of our
second unit{ third respectively wild past third base as Esford with PK Yonge. the Tigers ::1:10: foot sign in left center field runs in the 'fourth and fifth vegetable crops
a rtrM Pitcher Roy Griffin J then came around to score and put dropped behind as Bill putting the Tigers up 7-1 Inning. After a morning's work
/ .' drove them both home with a the Tigers in front 7,2, Hemme gave up a run to the The Tigers got three more Hemme gave up only' two chapter members and guests
Y xi ringing double to left center, The Tigers came up with Blue \\'a\e w hen Held Fulchcr runs in the third and three hits struck out four and enjoyed a bar.b-qued beef and
putting the Indians out in front another big inning in the singled to right,George Garcia more runs in the fourth inning walked none. Whitehead gate pork lunch. The bl'l'rall pro.
20. Whitehead struck out bottom of the fourth scoring forced him at second Garcia Whitehead slammed a 340( up two runs, on four hits, duced on the school farm und
Bruce :Macaule and got five runs as they sent 10 men then stole second and foot homer in the third inning struck out seven and walked the pork donated by' Barry
i Glenn Stanley to ilv to David to the plate and Fred Knedlin easily scored when Hob with Clemons on base. three in his four innings, Whitehead
Powell in right I field to end the relieved 1 Griffin to t'tlhe final Adamson: pickled a double Hemme. won his fourth The Tigers are scheduled lo This activity increased
inning( outs of the inning. down the left line to put the game of the season giving up play its first Suwannee Conference (cooperation between studentsand
The Tigers tame roaring The game was called after Blue Wave in front 10. one run and three hits, striking regular season gamp gave them some valuable
\ hack in the bottom of the the top of the fifth inning on Once the Tigers startedit 1 out four and walking none on Thursdav night March .> experiences SonyaTenly
third PO\\'l'lIled with a single the 10 run rule which means didn t take them long to pull Kummell pitched three inn- at 7-.il: ) at home against! I the Reporter





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annual fashion Show and Spaghetti Supper sponsored b\ the
stjrk Junior Uomen's ('Iub.
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Tennis Team



Increases Record To 7-2 ( ;[ ( ( 3f OGJQ!J savings

BUS min netters increased Andv Crews won in the SHOPPING
their overall record to 7-2 With second seat last Thursday by 301 S. CENTER Starke Fla.
recent 6'1|wins over Santa Fe an a-2 score, but lost against ,
and Orange( Park at the Pratt Orange Park 4.8. Brother
Street Hcreation'enter. Handy Crews, also out with flu
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Gnftis won in exhibition play
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BUS netters now hold a 4.2
record in district competition. + 'a,, .

... Varsity netters will rest now +
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Tigers Baseballers Have 3-0 wee.The kend I



tational Baseball tournamenton
walked no batters.In
and
young Bradford High runners at second and third. Jockel gave up seven runs, up two runs in the bottom of three the game against Palatka Thursday, March 4, Fri
Baseball Team defeated Danny Hazen struck out. six hits, struck out nine, the first inning. Central the Tornadoes trailed day, March 5, and Saturday,
walked five In his six Timings Jockel gave up a walk, thenan of the March 6.Games.
load- the
Palatka Central 5-4 Thursday, Harold Esford walked, 3-2 going into top
with a run scoring (on on Wednesday
Feb. 26, lost a close game to ing the bases. of pitching. The Tornadoes error seventh inning and got three in-
and the batter winding Gainesville vs.
the elude Daytona
the Clay High Blue Devils in While Jimmy Mobley was at have now won two and lost error big runs to pull the game out.
at third base. A wild Beach Mainland at 5
three.In up walked to p.m
Green Cove Springs 2-1 Fri bat Jackson Prevatt at- Charles Revels
day, Feb. 27, and Tuesday, tempted to pick Esford off the game at Green Cove throw past third on a pickoff Devils start the winning rally. Scott Palatka Central St.plays Ocala
the Blue Forest at 7 Augustine
March 7,dropped a 7-1 contestto first base, and then Hemme Springs the Tornadoes gave attempt gave Hull was safe on an error, p.m.
their second run of the inning meets Palatka South! at 9 p.m.
the undefeated Union and Whitehead broke their Kilby was safe on an error
and also proved to be the The Tornadoes play Delandat
County Tigers in Lake Butler. bases and Hemme scored on with Revels scoring the
winning run of the game. 6 Thursday, March
The Tornadoes out the front end what wound p.m. 4.
came on Union Girls equalizing run.
The Tornadoes got a run Whether the Tornadoes
win
steal Whitehead Prevatt then got his
charging against the rugged upasa triple with Jackson
back in the next inning when lose, will determine when
ytP Tigers! by picking up their only going to third and Esfordto third hit of the game to score or
Jockel singled, Jimmy Pre- Friday and Satur
run in the top of the first inn second. Tennis Team with Hull and Kilby with the they play
vatt was safe on an error
ing and threatened to get even Mobley then walked reloading third. Jockel winning runs of the game. day.On
March
the bases. David Jockel going to a run in the Monday, 8, the
more. The Bulldogs got
then scored passed ball. Tornadoes host the
on a Keystone
Charles Revels worked vet- Powell then came up and bottom of the seventh but
Loses
PairLosing
Jackson Prevatt, Indians at 4
Kilby
eran pitcher Bill Hemme for a walked, forcing Whitehead in Jackson Prevatt nailed the Heights p.m.
Jockel Jimmy Prevatt, and Tuesday, March 9,
walk Then Scott Hull hit the with the second run of the victory for the Tornadoes.The On the
Jeff Norman had the Tornadoes' Tornadoes host Palatka
first pitch deep to left center inning, the go ahead run for two matches the five hits. Jockel Tornadoes will participate Southat
field. When center fielder the Tigers.Esford then scored Union County Tiger girls two six hits, struck gave out up in the Palatka South Invl- 7:30: p.m.I
Jimmy Mobley and left fielder the final run of the inning on a tennis team lost 4-3 to Clay runs -. -
Dean Dukes of the Tigers wild throw by third baseman High at Green Cove Springs on
collided, the ball fell in for a Richard Hall. Thursday, Feb. 26, and then
r double with Revels moving The Tigers picked up their were easily defeated 6-1 by Terwillcgar Motors
around to third. final four runs in the bottom of Chiefland Monday, March 1.
Dinkie Kilby then hit a the fifth inning as Hemme and
r ground ball to shortstop. Tim Whitehead singled Hazen In the tough loss to Clay
Whitehead fired a strike to walked, Esford singled home High Marion Walmsley (UJ) 206 W. Madison 964 7300
catcher Fred Clemons who, as two runs, Mobley hit a double defeated Cathy Stanton (C) 8-
t he tagged the sliding Revels, scoring Esford, and Hazen 3. Ann Walker (UJ) defeated
dropped the ball. Revels with the final runs of the game Sandra McGee (C) 8-2, and I Presents A Full Line Of 1I
scored the run to put the Tor- for the Tigers. Sylvia Acosta (U) defeated I I II
nadoes in front H). This put The Tornadoes threatenedin 80.
Betty Templeton
7w+ b Kilby on first and Hull on third the fifth whenJockel was hit Off Road
with nobody out. by a pitch, Jimmy Prevatt Donna Crawford (U) I Equipment I II
Kilby then stole second forced Jockel at second, and defeated Ronaleen Montiethto
putting runners on second and Hall singled. But Hemme shut give the Tigers its only win
'): third with none out. Hemme the Tornadoes off without a over Chiefland by a score of 9- I For All Makes & Vehicles I II
then bore down, striking out
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both Jackson Prevatt and run.Hemme struck out 13 bat- 7.The only match scheduledfor
:Million Baker Rot back Into form after the flu and looked Jeffrey Jockel. Jimmy Pre- ters, allowed three hits and the girls team is on Wednesday I Ford G.M. & Dodge I II
more like his old self. linker scored 17 points against Palatka vatt then hit a long fly down walked two in addition to March 10, when they
(Vntraland nine against S.\. lie also handled the ball well./ the left field line of which hitting a batter.It was his fifth travel to Macclenny for a
-, ",' Dukes made a great running win of the season against no match at 3:30: p.m. I Plus Others I II
" t\' -.f, catch in foul territory to end losses and marked the Tigers The girls now have posted
r '1/>' ) ''J the Tornado inning. seventh victory in a row. one win against four losses. .
:,,"" (,, l''O) '- The Tigers came roaring I -. -'" I I IoJ.

Think ul 'oul' ea' 'as an athlete which needs to warm. back pushing three runs over
1II'IIIIu.llI HI" upl(1wl)' up in the bottom of the first inning Rams Defeat BHS Lifters (
\ Clemons singled to left
and went to second and thirdon
lttt two wild pitches by Jockel. Eastside of Gainesville :-132 pound class Mark
k cariton'STV Hemme then walked, putting defeated the Bradford High Hicks (IE) 405, first, Ricky
Tornadoes 33.30 in close Ellis E
a ( ) 380, second Dean
first and and
s Iyv runners on third
weight lifting match Wednesday -
stole second. Feb. 25 Brown (B) 330, third and
Sales & Service at the BHS field
Whitehead then hit a ground house. Jimmy Duncan (B) 315
ball to Kilby who threw fourth.
50 East Main Street. Lake Butler demons out at the Summary of meet in which .
plate on a -148 pound class Mike
Phone 4962917WeServiceAllMokesAnd great play by catcher Jackson of the Eastside first Rams took four Crews (B) 530, first, Dale


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worked a double steal putting ney (tE) 510, first, Sam Ben-
Specialized Antenna Systems nett (B) 430, second, Robert I ': > dJsdl I
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:: Chuck Register (18)) 315,
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Bradford County sheriffs and one exsheriffwere 4r 1 BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA


murdered, and a sixth committed C PRECINCT NO.__ INITIALS OF
ISSUING

suicide. At least two deputy sheriffs NO.. MARCH 9, 1976 OFFICIAL


(STUB NO. 2)OFFICIAL )
were killed during the same period, Leh


and a city marshal was "burnedout. p'' h'

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this area. BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA


PRECINCT NO.MARCH.


acs .. 9, 1976




PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
RESOLUTION OF THE SCHOOL BOARD
(Mark a cross (X) in the square at the right OF BRADFORD
For the Amendment or Against the Amendment). COUNTY RELATING TO
AN APPOINTIVE SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT.Mark .
,
Guaranty Federal Hopes mat you are enjoying) this, series of historical' messages designed to stimulate Interest .in our Bicentennial year

We ,mvite your comments and ,ideasfLTLTL11 a Cross (XMark) in the square at the RIGHT for the

resolution or against the resolution.

As Our Country Celebrates AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE VII, SECTION 9

Proposing an amendment to the State

200 Years of Freedom Constitution authorizing and limiting local WHEREAS ec."on.5, Article IX, of the State Constitution

taxes for water management purposes to not authorizes the Superintendent to be
op-
Guaranty Federal Celebrates more than one ((1)) mill. pointed by the School Board of the school district, upon

formal resolution of that School Board and the
approvalof
20 Years Of Service fORTHEAMENDMENT a majority, of the qualIfied. electors voting in the

election wherein the proposition
,,,-, appears.
Gainesville tiJfl#s AGAINST THE AMENDMENT
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The
3300 S.W. Archer Road JUll--: Office of Superintendent of Schools of Bradford
GuarantyFederal County shall be
appointed by (the School Board of
220 N Main/3501 W. University Ave. Bradford County.

Keystone Heights: Lawrence Blvd. & Sylvan Way ESfic

Starke: 395 W Madison Street --"-- 1

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Savings & Loan Association Lake Butler 175 W. Main Street --- FOR THE RESOLUTION

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Tigers Romp Over, Bulldogs Edge Past Young Tornado Nine II


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LAKE BUTLER -The Union to right. Chris Lawson then that it a team is 10 runs ahead even and go ahead. In the ings giving up ten runs on two Williston Ked Devils
County Tiger baseball team singled Powell to second. after the filth inning the gameis bottom of the second inning hits walking seven, strikingout Saturday afternoon. March
Ml4 extended its winning streak to Dean Dukes hit a ball back to'' then overWhitehead I Esford was safe on a misplayby two Handy Blitch relievedin 6. at 1 p.m. they travel to
6-0 as they defeated Haw- Griffin who fired to third too picked up his Garcia at shortstop. Mob- the fourth inning and gave Gainesville for a non-confer
thorne 3-2 on Thursday. Feb. late and the Tigers had the second victory of the season ley then hit another grounder up three runs on three hits ence rematch with Ihe ".K
26. P.K Yonge13-1 on Friday. bases loaded. scattering five hits, walked to the shortstop whose low struck out one, walked two Yonge Blue Wave.
Feb. 27. and Keystone Heights Fred demons then hit a two and struck out four while throw put Tiger runners at and hit a batter.In On Tuesday March !9 I, the
i 12-2 on Saturday Feb. 26, with grounder to third that was allowing two runs. first and second. Glen Kemp the victory over Hawthorne Tigers tra\l'lto :New': berry lora
all three games played here. booted by third baseman Griffin pitched three inningsand then walked to lead the bases. the Tigers scored two conference game at 4 p.mFFAWORK
The Keystone Indians came Bannon with Powell coming, left the mound after the Lawson was hit by a pitch runs in the first inning in
to play despite missing six across for the first Tiger run first three batters reached from pitcher Jim Hummel to singles by demons. Hemme. DAY
starters who were still with of the game Bill llemme hit a base in the bottom of the tie the game at 11. Dukes then Whitehead, and Larry Fleming Each; year at the conclusionof
I the basketball team. The ground ball to shortstop which fourth lie gave up 10 runs grounded out scoring :Mobleyon :NATIONAL': : .' -'.'\ WEEK.:
Indians: : scored the first two Sayers booted, reloading the allowed five hits, struck out the play. But first baseman They; picked up two more The Bradford F.Chaptprs
I runs of the game when Eddie bases with Lawson scoring the' three, and walked three Adamson fired wild past third runs in the second and one in hold a work day and bar-b-
Meadows opened the top of the tying run Whitehead Friedlm gave up two runs. with Kemp also scoring and the third as (femme who was que. This year the members
third inning with a single to promptly delivered a ringing allowed four hits, \\alklnom' Lawson moving around to credited with the victory, completed several projects at
r y wx left. Kevin Hannon's single single to left scoring Dukes' and struck out none third. retired after three scoreless the school farm which they
; ad'ancedJeadows: to second. and Clemons to put the Tigersin Keystone Heights was 1-2 Clemons then walked innings and Whitehead were unable to complete due
s \Uoger Sayers then placed a front 4-2 Hazen struck out. after the loss. putting runners at first and finished up in the final four to limited time during school
pertect bunt fielded by Tiger but Harold Esford then got a Griffin had two hits to lead third. He then pilfered second. innings. days. One of these projectswas
I' a.; pitcher Tim Whitehead who single, scoring two more runs. the Indian attackWhitehead llemme grounded out scoring \\'hlteht'adas the leading the controlled burning of
f t : fired to second baseman The final run of the inning and Esford: with Lawson ith Clemons movingto hitter with two hits in this contest about twenty acres of planted
,,," ..' ,., yII Danny l Hu/en covering tit first came in when first baseman two hits apiece led the Tigers third. Whitehead then getting a single and a pines. Other projects includedthe
I!'.NJ. ,, ",',i.f' i.. for the out moving both Hay Farris booted Jimmy big scoring machine. walked. Hazen then hit a tremendous double. completion of a new tool
I liannon and :Meadows to :Mobley s grounder and threw In the non-conference game home run over the I Hawthorne picked up single shed and the cultivation of our
second anti third respectively. wild past third base as Esford with P K Yonge. the Tigers .MO: loot sign in left center field runs in the lourth and filth vegetable crops.
; ,t Pitcher Itoy Griffin then came around to score and put dropped behind as Bill putting the Tigers up 71. inning. After a morning's( work,
I' .. lsr drove t them both home with a the Tigers in front 72. llemme gave up a run to the The Tigers got three more llemme gave up only two chapter members and guests
'. ringing!( double to left center The Tigers caine up with Blue Wa\e w hen Reid Fulcher runs in Ihe third and three hits, struck out four and enjoyed; a bar-b-qued beef and
putting the Indians out in Iront another big inning in the singled to right.'George Garcia more runs in the fourth inning. walked none. Whitehead gave.: pork lunch. The bt'l'fas pro
20. Whitehead struck out bottom! of the fourth scoring forced him at second Gar- Whitehead slammed a 340) up two runs. on four hits, duced on the school farm and
Bruce Macauley and got five runs as! they sent ii men cia then stole second and foot homer in the third inning struck out seven and walked the pork donated by Barry
Glenn Stanley to fly to David to the plate and FredFriedlin easily scored when Bob with demons on base. three in his four innings. \\hitehead.
Powell in right held to end the relieved Griffin to get the final Adamson pickled a double Hemme won his fourth The Tigers t are scheduled to This activity increased
inning. outs of the inning. down the left line to put the game of the season, giving up play i its first Suwannee Conference cooperation between studentsand
The Tigers came roaring The game was called after Blue Wave in front 10. one run and three hits strik regular season game gave! them some valuable
\ back in the bottom of the the top of the fifth inning on Once the Tigers got startedit 1 ing out four and walking none on Thursday night. :March .'>. experiences Sonya! TtnlyReporter
I third Powell led with a single the 10 run rule which means didn't take them long to pull Hummel I pitched three inn at 7 :to ut home against the





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Increases Record To 7-2 aaD[ LpG! 3nCJG(! (

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'aL look an 8.4 victory over Santa
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BIIS netters now hold a 4-2 do
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until meeting Lake City: on the Nn.nwo
home courts :March 10. Mean
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I
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play for the Pratt Street
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victory our Santa Fr and an mng at 3:30.: _
M-llrieciibn: over Orange Parkin
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Page IA 'EELEfaltAf PII March 4; 1978

. Lenton Season Program, Discuss 1,1 Y'' Parish Coup.1h Rt. Rev. frvi9yTo ConfirmMembe'sMar !!I -: St. Marks Junior I Choir.'Partl'clpatetlyn :. :
.t. -
} h 7 Z. ', 1 Chdr FfstlvalThe
5t.Edward's Parish Council intake Butler for the monthly that an additional charge will
held a regular monthly meet. 50-50 club award be made when building and The Rt. Rev. Frank SJ Cer Flynn rector of St Marks. Junior Choir of .St Leverette, DeeDee .Wolters,
Ing following Mass celebrated Father Bowles discussed grounds are not"properly veny, Sixth Bishop at the ArecepUon honoring Bishop Mark's Episcopal Church took Irene Wainwright and Ella
by Reverend Richard Bowleson religious Instruction plans and cleaned after rental. Episcopal Diocese of Florida, Cerveny and the newly con- I'I pert in.a Junior Choir Festival Mann 'The' director, of the
Monday evening, February scheduled an altar boy meet- will confirm several pgrsons firmed persons will imme- 'at .SL John'S Cathedral old 'cholr.1 I Carolyn Canova and
23 In the parish hall Ing for February 28. Father Bowles said that at the Sunday night, March 7 dlately follow the service In I'J I ''Jacksonville Sunday organist is Carole,Shields
Richard Welty, who Members were informed of parishioners will have an service at 7:30 p.m'lat St.the Parish Houser Junior Accompanying the group
presided, gave Information on the World Day of Prayer sche- opportunity to' spiritually reconcile Mark's Episcopal Churuh All friends of St Mark's r13 Episcopal churches In the were Rev.,' and Mrs. John
the Bingo games held Saturday duled for March 5 at 11 am In and renew themselves Those to be confirmed will parish are cordially invited to ; 3arn., northeast area of Florida pre- 'Flynn, Mr; and Mrs George
evenings. Plans were the local PresbyterianChurch. during the Lenten season by be presented by Rev: John M.both occasions. .. sented a service of praise and Winkler, Mr and Mrs Arthur
made for maintenance of prayer, fasting and corporal om .thanksgivlng,1 Bannerss from;, Winkler, Mrs Ed Wainwright,
parish buildings and equipment Mrs. Pat Welty gave Information works of mercy. Lent begins Ca..Q ,the representative, churches Mr: and Mrs. Warren Steven.
Richard Perninl on rental of the parish on Ash Wednesday, March 3 St. Mork'81Epitcopol" Church ,added to the festiv J. son and Mr and Mrs. Kenneth
donated an extra prize of a hall for social and business with Mass at 6:30 p.m. ,and U9 Sunday: Sunday School, Choir members attending .Grider of Starke, Mrs. Harold
free dinner at his restaurant meetings. It was specified distribution of ashes. Stations from St. Mark's 'included, Starling of Lawtey, and Mrs.
Thursday, March 4'r!: p.m Monday, March 8: 2':30: p.m. 9:4: : a.m.; Morning Worship, Gilder 'Ste- Bobby Leverette. of State
of the Cross followed by Mass e and Nancy
Junior Choir Practic 11 a.m.; WMU Tea, 3 p.m., Cathy
7:30 Girl Scout
Troop 614 Chelune Farm.
: 3:30:
; ,
FlRSTCIlRISTIAN CHURCH will be held on Fridays during p.m. Senior Choir P.l'l'etice.; p.m. Youth Confirmation Church Training, 6:15: p.m.; ;veil Carterf Bill Winkler,
. Call at Christian Street Lent at 6:30: p.m. Saturday, March 6Mt:; a.m. Class. Evening Worship, .7:30 p.m. :Melissa' and Claire Winkler,
EYC Car Wash : Monday: WMU Week of ;I Edward and Cindy
Don I). Staton Minister M&lS-r t'xaco; Canova, '
,
Station for Home Missions at Elena and Norma 'Love II half the tent"
301 Prayer
Everyone Is welcome to Highwayi.I Tuesday, March 9: 7:30: Steven
Sunday School 9:45: a.m.; p.m. attend the speclal"instruc.tionall Sunday, 7: 8:: 1f a.m. p.m. Vestry Meeting the Church, 10 a.m., Girl's Kimberly and Welsh proverb
Communion and Morning Wednesday Prayer meeting lectures on the Wednesday Holy Eucharist; 9d: a.m. Wednesday, March 10: 2:30: Ensemble, 6:45: p.m., Youth
I Worship 10:45: a.m.; Youth and Bible study 8 p.m. evenings at 7 p.m In the Church School; 11 a.mw'Holy: p.m Brownie Troop 311; 6:30 Choir, 7 p.m.Tuesday \
hour 8 p.m.; Evening Worship Ladles Council Thursday, parish hall. ; ; p.m. Cover dish Supper &I : WMU Week of Obituaries'M
7:15: p.m.; Choir Practice 8 March 4. at 8 p.m at church reConfifirma 1mrgNag Film "Hidden Treasures" Prayer for Home Missions at

-- ----------- the church, 10 a.m.; Junior
Choir, 3:30: p.m.Wednesday Billy Roy Gibson Pat Kelly
Family Night
Supper, 6:15: : p.m.; Mission Billy Ray Gibson, 21, 'of Warren WPat( ) Kelly, 73,
THURS. FRL SAT. Rally "An Evening with Web- Lake Butler,was burled Monday 01403 S.Cherry Street, Starke,
r 1 sterCarroll6:45 Adult afternoon at Dyal Cemetery died Saturday'morning. Feb.
3 I j ) MON. OILY 1j Choir( 8:15: p.m. p.m.; following funeral services 28, In Bradford Hospital
Thursday: Visitation, 9:30: at Archer Funeral Home following a lingering Illness.
155 W. Call aim; Visitation, 7 p.m. in Lake Butler with Rev Thomas Mr. Kelly was born July 2,
Lake Blltler. He
Saturday: Bus Ministry Neal offlclatlng. 1902 near had
Visitation, 8:30: a.m.; Youth Gibson died Feb. 27 of Injur- lived in Starke for many
StreetStarke Visitation, 1:30: p.m ies caused by a car-bicycle years. He was a retired ware-
accident. He was born in houseman with the State of
Starke and lived aU his life In Florida Surplus Property
Morgan Rood the Lake Butler and Ballard Division on US-301 south of
. communities. He was a memo Starke. He was a member of
ber of the Trinity Baptist the Pine Level Baptist
.;;. Baptist Church in Lake Butler. Church.
SAVE 2.001!
SAVE 1..1! i Survivors include his Survivors Inclllde his wife,

Li liEs' II MISSES' -Y y4 .- BOIS' Rev.Pastor Bob Cooper mother, Mrs Mary Gibson of Regena. Pearce of Lake Kelly; onesonJ.B.
Lake Butler; a sister, Mrs. Kelly Butler;
sox POLTESTU DOUBLE KilT Sunday Services: Sunday Linda Finley of Jacksonville three daughters;Mrs. Vonciel
School 10 a.m.; Morning Futch and Mrs. Carolyn Mann
1IT.lGnol IIiu and his maternal grandmother "
Iki POLYESTER Worship and Services for the Mrs. Emma Hodges both of Starke, and Mrs Shir-
: Deaf 11 a.m.; Training Union Pruitt of Gainesville
ley ; one
BIG TOPa or Starke
LEISURE SilTS 6:30: p.m.; Evening Worship brother, Mills Kelly of Lake
F a 7:30: p.m. City two sisters: Mrs Swin-
;
$ a lEI. $ lEI.N8VY. Wednesday Services: Mid Infant Griffis ton Crosby of Worthington
10 Week Prayer Service and and Mrs
'6.01 '12.00 Choir Infant Ronald Jason Griffis Springs Bertie
Bible Study 7:30 p.m.; Williams of Gainesville nine
;
.burgandy, tan, Practice 8:15: p.m. died Tuesday, Feb. 2, In a and
grandchildren one
Small, medium, '..' brown.Sizes 3-T. Macclenny hespital. granddaughter.Funeral great
and
will lilt' NUPM/elI 4 ... NUNS SIR, First Presbyterian Church Parents Rosier are Griffis George of Route services were held
Sandra
....NKV. tea Neal Starke,Fla. 1,Box 210, Lawtey. Other sur- Monday, March 1, In DeWitt
Sunday School 9:45: a.m.; vivors Include two brothers, C. Jones Chapel with Rev.
Morning Worship 11 a.m. Griffis and Alton Dobbs ofCiciatlng. Bur-
I r ; Richard Burion
SAVE '2.811! Tills' C11Pa' SAVE 21% Samuel M. Ilouch Synod's Abram Griffis, both of Law- ial was In Crosby Lake Ceme-

.NOIfl 11. Regional Communicator of tey; two sisters, Mrs. Rhonda tery.
WIES" $ MISSES NEWS Jacksonville will bring the Faye Austin and Tina MarieGriffis

message. both of Lawtey, and
,, 1.% PA Mr'aDlTa BLUE DENIM Choir practice Thursday, his aternalgrandfather, Roy AlbertusUiller
7:30: p.m.World Griffis of Lawtey.
POLYESTER Miller
f, JEANS Day of Prayer on Funeral services will be Albertus 83. pioneer
.. In the tung oil industry in
.
Friday
PANTS held at the graveside In Law-
8 America and folmer
lEI. resident
:
lEI. a & '!; $517..... tey ,Cemetery March 4))today at 2:30: (Thursday p.m.- or Brooker, died Wednesday,
'u" .
5411 NEY! ON'T HESITA.TE 'TO Feb. 25, at his lame in Lakeland
.... .IEI. ., 1 .. I CONTACT 'l'OUIt: with Rev Leonard Melton after an extended illness.A .
Flare I leg sty I.mg. .. ..LCONGRESSMAN'' officiating. native of st
t Petersburg,
Flare Sizes 8.18. tlnaflpltlMalAUlr
legs. Y
Sizes 28.38. YOUR
VIEWS ARE MI'. Miller's .arly career
ti In'lUll' NUPIU.T Many styles. colon. i IArpoarAVr ;: ':/w.:: :::-:::::::':::::::::::::::::::::::::::':::::;::'::' Included road Contracting in
......., Sizes4.14. Itmtaaesenllearttlaeesell TO HIM !"'
Sarasota
ra Ml/ j j'i County during themid1930's.
Cud Of Thanks
I .i:.i'i ::1.1II:: _-___ __ _, /4 -( 1' work In the. He began oil pioneer
;w. H.d lung industry
SAVE 30% as general malllger of China

k INFANTS' SAVE 21% FLORIDA CARD OF THANKS Tung land Groves, supervising the
WIES' \ clearing and planting of
We would Eke to thank all the
.. a 'If"I ..DIAPER ?t aels' people that has helped UIIIn our 2,000 acres near Brooker. At,
I. "FIBULI'S' the same time, he was owner
THEATRE trouble since Jan. 6 The police :
FEELING" SETS -" DEI.M.. hospital men, nurses. Father manager of erican Tung
e. JEllS Bowles. the Health Dept, Groves, Inc., \another 2,000-()((
PAN) MDSE FRI. SAT SUN. Homemaker 811tVers. all my acre grove near Brooker. fie
also owned ant
lEI. neighbors and churches for the \ operated a
lEI. $333 food and gifts. God bless you 11// tung oil processing plant
3Se SET 4.11 Frank and 1 will see our 59th which rovided major cash
payroll! for the Brooker.La-
Styles b boys wedding anniversary IIIIorch 8. I
,
Crosse
Flare leg styles area.
aqya......y and girls. Sizes 6 to 18. 1976.Frank & Gertrude CocciaIdi The processi plant at
W.N sal
_.. Brooker
orlgln.lIy included
I tIrI11MtrlMtell Inm late MPIUtlara a. Arw wd.waaypa
..4..y ......., 7pnron Mrwui its own steam Cerated elec.

II.011) :.1.] : -==_ IN MEMORY trlcal generating plant, but
-PLUS- In loving remembrance: of our because of tcost and
FIRST DUALTIY 'LJ loving mother Eva Hunter problems Invol ed. Miller
b AMERICAN MADE MS'S' 1.0 Seven years have passed since became active I organizing
I went safe in the arms Clay Electric C perative at
you away
l.J C IJ RIJ 1
Keystone Heights which later
of Jean.We go on working and
100POLYESTERDOUBLE trusting to see you Resurrection supplies electricty for the
Brooker area. H was one of
lIlT I.Q GP 0-Sonl, Sisters and Brother the incorporato's of Clay
nm Electric, and a mvnber of Its
.
sEa UO 4 M 301DRIVEIN THANK YOU NOTE first board of diro tors.
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LADLE MFORT CHILDREN'SSANDALS AL 3 3SAVE n oM. We would tike to bike this opportunky Soon after Word War II,
$8 Miller
53 CANVAS S. 2 to thank as the friends Products organized ITung Oil
IJDS ". and family for the kindness for the tt llllfacture
.
Fully foam& tricot lined, j rted Ihown to UI dLlmg the lOA of of tong oil based paints and

Cushion Rainbow insole of colors.Sizes .1o. tenleaeel/eatett PIItt8rn.. Sizes 5-12 emr1IIN wMar .......,. aTnnlseaaaiear our loved one. appreciate all/ varnishes. This cMpany first
Illae//at aY Neat
operated at Brook and later
. : of the food.flowers ayrs and
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to Galnes"U"
--- love given UII during tNl tlrre. where it
We ask God' richest blessings Is still In operaU as Suntec
He 80lS'JUMal .eTlse upon you a6 Paint, Inc. ,
-The Family of Ave Alfred For the past seteral years
.- J"- _oJ NUMBERED Godwin Mr. Miller has been living in
semi-retirement at Lakeland.
I BATH FOOTBALL
CARD OF tHANKS His death resulted from can-

TOWELS 0.10_ JERSEYS LEGEND OfBIGFOOT The Graham family wishes to cer. '
express our gratitude to friends, Surviving are "s widow,
neighbors and the American Mrs. Mary Lee Miler, Lake-
; YCA Arte AEO.2. $147 Cancer Society for their help and land; two daughtlrs, Mrs.
"JIRIEI'S" FACIAL SOAP PALLADIUM PICTURES.INC. 1m CQIJI understanding over the pest Noah Speer, Fall Church
MilE TI SELL eight month Va., and Mrs. Din Long,

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UC: Board::Agrees To Let 'Lake Butler Build: Dog Pound On Airport PropertyLAKE ..


BUTLER After past.the,, Jack ,Crawford pro- month. commission at next month's ment for the county ambulance take no action, then file a pointed out that the commission Raiford and will need u
many years of talk the Union perty. Driggers announced to the meeting. service to aid patients complaint with the Florida closed the bridge at the replacement for It.
County Commission Tuesday, Thomas said that REA has commission a hearing for the William J. Cowen, Union who suffer heart attacks. Utility Commission.The regular monthly meeting in The commission agreed to
March 2, approved an'inter- agreed to run some power commission to give DOT its county agent,appeared before The commission Instructed commission received a July of last year. contact City of Jacksonville
local agreement not to exceed lines as soon as an agreement five-year priority list of road the commission to announcehe ,the clerk to write a letter to request from residents on The commission agreed to officials to assist in trying to
10 years to allow the City of is reached with the county. projects has been set for Tues- Is retiring as the county The Florida Power and Light Cross Creek Road to reopen contact the Columbia County arrange the purchase of the
Lake Butler to build a dog Spires explained to the com day, March 9, at 8 a.m. in agent effective April 30. He Company asking if the the Olustee Creek Bridge in Commission to try to work outa truck.
pound at a site at the airportnear mission plans for the dog Lake City. has served in the post for 25 company can Improve serviceto the Palestine section of the solution to the problem.
here.A pound include a building 75 SR-121 from Worthington years. residents of Union County. county.It County Fire Chief Ron Flea Market Sat.,
unanimous vote was given feet wide and 125 feet long Springs to Lake Butler was Dr. Earl Kelly of the Uni- John Stewart told the commission was pointed out to the Prokop requested the com
after Lake Butler City Coun- which will qualify the project tabbed the top project duringthe versity of Florida Extension that it has been six board that the road and bridge mission's help in trying to March 6 By
cilmen T.S. Thomas)! Jp and for a septic tank permit. next five years road pav- Service, appeared before the 'weeks since he requested ser- in question goes into Columbia obtain a new truck for his
Tommy Spires appeared The building to be con- ing program. commission after Cowen vice from the FPL company County. It was explained that department. He said that
Tuesday, March 2, to brief the structed to house 10 individual The commission approvedDan made his announcement and and said it was very distressing Columbia County is willing to $3,000 has been raised by the Meth.GroupS
commission on the plans of the dogs with each pen 30 by 36 Parrish to replace got the approval of the com- not to be able to get power do the work if Union County Volunteer Department to help
city to build the dog pound on feet. It Is the plan, according Shands Howard on the Union mission to proceed with the from them. will pay half of the cost of purchase a new truck. Methodist Group Five will
property at the airport located to Spires,to use a dog catcheron County Construction Industryand screening of applicants for the Stewart said that one of his materials for the project. Prokop said that he knows have Flea Market Saturday
300 feet off of SR121 1000 feet a part time basis. Lake Licensing Board, accept County Agents post. friends is still waiting for ser- Chairman Gerald Griffis that the City of Jacksonville is Mardi 6. from 9 a.in. lo noon
Butler has $3,000 appropriatedto ing the recommendation of Don Richardson of the vice from FPL since last Sept taking bids on five 1958 Ford at the Methodist court yard.In .
build the pound. that board. Department of Health and Re- ember. Fire Trucks and that he has case of rain the flea
Henry Block has The commission unani- Chairman Dick Pernini said habilitative Services in The action was taken to ri7.Z inspected them and it wouldbe market will be held in
mously voted to ask the State the licensing board is still Tallahassee appeared before write the company after beneficial to his department Fellowship HallMiscellaneous,
17 reasons why Department of Transportationto short another member as the board and presented the Attorney Hal Y. Malnes ad- to purchase one of these items including -
resume maintenance of Randy Griffis had not shownup county with a check for $4,700 vised the board to write the trucks. clothing, dishes, pots
you should cometo secondary roads in the county. for a meeting and ignored a to be used to purchase equip- .company first, and If they "sEEs: : NO NKKOKOK : He said that his departmentIs and pans. Jewelry rugs,
us for incometax Clerk Robert Draggers said letter written by the board I)...:." in the process of transfer- patterns pictures books etc
that money from the seventh secretary asking him if he still ring a truck to the Town of will be available.
help. cent gasoline tax would wanted to serve on the board. CarBicJKills ]f cle Wreckn Pear Editor:
should the voter
amount to about$78,000 for the Pernmi said John Stewart Why the Constitutional -K Extra C..an. Cars *
proposed
support
next fiscal year. Driggers said and James Mancil were nomi-
; the county also gets 20 percentof nated by his board to succeed Ma In LB the Water Amendment Management to fund Districts AUTO *
IAtLJr4 the fifth and sixth cent of Griffis. The commission ? (SOrJCfflS
the gasoline tax for this pur- asked Pernini to go back to his
pose which would amount to board and bring a recommendation LACE BUTLER Billy Ray bell vehicle then came to rest,
approximately $2,750 per of that board to the Gibson 21,of Lake Butler was according to the highway Basin Boards and local ?: 473-4470 t 473-4078 SALES r
killed In a car-bicycle accident patrol, with Gibson and the Writer Management Districts
at 7.50 .m. on Friday bicycle the are already authorized under
: p falling to pave-
Reason.Wa are income tax Feb Z7, on SR-100 about 369 ment. Chapter 173. l Laws of Florida. 75 MONTE CARLO TWO 75 CHEVELLES p
specialists.We ask the right Deaf itt C. Jones feet west of SE 9th Avenue The accident was investi- to fund projects with Revenue 4 Door 2 Door AI Ac -
questions.VIle dig tor every here. gated by Trooper L.G. bonds, the sale of ho( water to : Tilt Wheel Tape Cruise .
honest deduction We want to the consumer will provide Vinyl Tops
The Florida Highway Patrol Manning of Starke who listed
leave no stone unturned to shows that Gibson, revenue to repay the bonds
Funeral Home report on damage to the 1973 Ford
make smallest sure legitimate you pay tax the his bicycle, was eastbound on Sedan at 250. Trooper and interest therefore the i $4495 $3495 i
SR-100 and a 1973 Ford sedan Manning cited Campbell for water consumer pays the bill.
operated by William Allen fast for conditionsand and not everyone in the dis-
STARKE PHONE 964-62OO speed too :I
\ RENTAL Campbell, 59, of Lake Butler causing an accident trict. ; 74 PLY SCAMP 74 FORD MAVERICK :!
H&R BLOCKTHE was also eastbound on SR-100. Trooper K.G. Etheridge of 6 Cyl., AtAirConditioning 9:
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HOSPI1 BEDS.. WALK .S, WHEELCHAIRS Make the water management -
J The car apparently, accordingto Starke was the homicide In- districts autonomous. L 6 Cyl., Sharp .
INCOME TAX PEOPLE "* CRUTCHES the highway patrol, struck vestigator.
answerable only to the Governor -
118N WALNUT ST 9648286 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 47.33176n, Gibson's bicycle from the rear Gibson's death was the first and (Cabinet through the
and continued 154 feet with the highway fatality in Union $2495 $2450
Department I of Natural
attached. The in :
bicycle Camp- County 1976. Resources elect the directors _
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from and bv the district. and
fund the administrative functions V:: 74 SUBUIU 74 VEGA HATCHBACK:
NO.. out of the General' Fund.
OFFICIAL PRESIDENTIAL PREFERENCE PRIMARY E Station Wagon At, Air Conditioning

authority Put Water under Management a specialsupervisory : $2195 $2295 :

AND SPECIAL ELECTION BALLOT \ legislative ,joint :
committee, with strict budgelar _
\' requirements for all 73 GRAND PRIX X
expenditures.' 74 PINTO : :

REPUBLICAN PARTY Blue Run About, Tape Deck, Tilt Wheel, q
iive Wetter Management L Elect Windows Rally
Authorities more power' with Like New .


BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA agreement mandatory might in order interagency be that accomplished permitting -- $1995 wT3150

at the local level as
was the intent! of the reorganization (( !
Sample act. : 71 PINTO ,71 TOYOTA COUPE
PRECINCT NO..
Sample I Il'an see no need whatever
for the Department of Environmental U Run About 4 Speed, Air Conditioning M

March 9, 1976 Regulation since
Water Authority. Health and S
Rehabilitative Sl'r\'ices. and $595 $995

SIGNATURE OF ELECTOR INITIALS OF ISSUING Department of Natural *
OFFICIAL Resources through interagency -
W
alZr'mt'nt.l"an and do 69 DODGE DART 67 FORD *
(STUB NO. 1)) ,'o\'l'r'lht' field.Hl'Oranlzatjon.
Act No. 75- 4 Door, Real Economy Runs Good, New Sticker *

.. ,+simply added another tier
," .t e. l'
., of government and created
another bevy of field inspectors : $795 $495Fl
NO..
without! proper !guidanceand
i OFFICIAL PRESIDENTIAL PREFERENCE PRIMARY instructions hence creating IP:
more harassment for the
private citizen .5 60 VW 63 63 JEEP PICKUP

I note in ELECTION BALLOT
AND SPECIAL the news media that :II prominent C Clean Runs Good 4 Wheel Drive
official in Tallahassee
said thai one of the headwaters r !
I REPUBLICAN PARTY of the St. Johns River $595 $795
was the Indian River la I saltwater
lagoons and if the :I
voters of Duval ('ountdid not MANY MORE
BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA support the ,constitutional II a
amendment the faucets couldgo "

get?dry How absurd can one ._ 50 CARS & TRUCKS

PRECINCT NO.. The upcoming legislaturehad
better be wary (tread -S TO CHOOSE FROM
li hlly. cut budgets drasti-
March 9. 1976 t.illv and. above all. enact no a
now: taxes if the members a
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
INITIALS OF ISSUING want to be rl'ml'mbt'rl'dr"'Orllbh' ::
in the next election.

OFFICIAL P.O.T W.Boxlih Baker 473-4470 & 473-4078 ,..

Sample (STUB NO.2)) SampleOFFICIAL I Lake Geneva Fla. Extra CI.an Cars *




PRESIDENTIAL PREFERENCE PRIMARY TT FEEDS ]


North of Bradford Square Shopping Center On Edwards Road

AND SPECIAL ELECTION BALLOT


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REPUBLICAN PARTY

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March 9, 1976 I Garde"5vpp rt



PRESIDENTIAL PREFERENCE PRIMARYMark RESOLUTION OF THE SCHOOL BOARD y
( a cross (X) in the square at the right RELATING TO
OF BRADFORD COUNTY
of the name of the Presidential candidate for
whom you wish to vote). AN APPOINTIVE SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT.

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Work a Cross ( )Man, the square ot the RIGHT for the

GERALD. FORD resolution or against the resolution Headquarters
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RONALD REAGAN .
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f WHEREAS. Section 5, Article, IX, of the Stale Constitution -

1 authorizes the Superintendent to be op-

i PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONALAMENDMENT pointed by the School Board of the school district upon

(Mark a cross (IX) in the square at the right formal resolution of that School Board and the approval

I For the Amendment or Against Amendment). of a maionty of the qualified electors voting in the

;. election wherein the proposition appears. ;
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I The Office of Superintendent of Schools of Bradford .;

AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE VII, SECTION 9 County shall be appointed by the School Board" of

Proposing an amendment to the State Bradford County rte, ( Fvrtilizvr & SuppliM

Constitution authorizing and limiting local t r ,
taxes for water management purposes to not .r.

more than one((1)) mill. FOR THE RESOLUTION a -w "t- ,, I Plus Our ComplvtvLirurOf

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. Brooker Council Briefed On Complaints


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BROOKER City Clerk find out who the pe1'llOlor per- Pierce and Tetstone voted for Mena Slow Pitch Softball get a federal grant for a local
Joyce Castlen briefed the City sons were who flied the cornAdams..
Edwards received
League team for the summer
Council at the regular mono plaints with the State Attor- votes from Adams and vet- llrogram.. They .will participate that they contactsthe North
thly meeting here Tuesday ney' office. Bran councilman C.L. Atkin- In the City 01 Starke Central Florida Regional 4/6 '
01 Ms. Castlen also
March 2, about a number reported Ion so that Adams was Recreation Program. Planning Council in Gainesville -
alleged complaints flied with that the Investigator came theselected by a three to two vote Outgoing Councilman about a possible grant. + 'll ti1 ti,
Brooker to minutes of
the State Attorney's office m see as new chairman. Henry HarreU was present The Council asked Gaines to
Starke regarding the affairs 01 city council meetings and Pierce nominated Edwards and brought up the possibility try to arrange to have a repre-
other Items but that the mill-
the town government. airman and he was of Brooker getting some type sentative of that agency at the
In a talk recently with an Inutes arid records 01 the city eelveced
a unanimous vote of law enforcement help on a next regular monthly meeting
Bradford
vestigator with the state athad not as yet been sub-
County Zoning local basi. of the council on Tuesday
torney's office the clerk said poenaed by the State Attar- L.M. Gaines ap- It was suggested by Gaines April.13. at 7:30: p.m.
she was informed that some ney' office. peer e beforecouncil and that Brooker
might be able to
This the first 01
complaints of violations of the was meeting tained approval 01 a resolu.
"Government In the Sunshine the council since two new Son declaring Brooker a flood

Law" against the city council members were elected to the prone area The resolution UC Ho pital. . From Page II)
council last month The meet.
have been filed. shows that the City 01 Brooker
Ms. Castlen indicated one ing was held a week early the account Wash'u
adopted Southern Stan- nurse will supervise inhala- separate savings as
complaint stated city officials because the City Hall is going dard Building Codes and the tion therapy and recovery the board requested at its
have been paid for doing other to be used in Brooker as a vot- Bradford
County Zoning room for the hospital. She will November meeting.
jobs for the city tag Precinct on Presidential Tuesday Department will assist not bill direct, but will receive Meanwhile, the hospital has t
She said that the council has March 9. for the through Gaines' office the a portion of hospital billing for about $25,000 in operating JJ.lJ J
not advertised for bids on all Preference Primary. enforcement of the building anesthesia services.Dr. capital until the hospital opens
items purchased by the city of Mrs. Castlen was sworn In cedes Wade Risk of Jackson- and the tax money can beta ;
Brooker was another comas clerk. Carl Edwards and Gaines explained the step ville will be paid a professional PI>ed.i'We.
+a sveas
plaint new councilmen George was necessary in order to percentage of monies have collected money yt *..r't'a, : ici .
5!
Items purchased at busl- Pierce and Otis Tetstone were allow residents services but
of Brooker and taken In for radiology (X-ray) from outpatient ,
nesses which involve mem- also sworn In. Mayor Roy Bradford County to obtain services.In our balance has dropped
bers of the council was ano- Carroll was Ul and unable to loans from Federal Lending the administrator's steadily since attempts to Union County 4.II..r" landscape the Ralr.rd Town hail throlllth the rommlillit Pride
ther complaint the clerk said. attend the meeting and was InstItutIons report, Hardval revealed that open reported treasurer program of, Standard()il. which gave the students R check for$7a 10 Initiate the proj'I.
not In for his
Another complaint: accord- The sworn reorganized new term The council in other busi- $52,831 of the 3-mill tax: levy Ruth Poppell.In Plains iised In the Is Iahca ping were donated. bv former Senator Ed: Fraser of. Southern States
ing to Ms Castlen. was that a Council brief ness approved a request for had been received by the other action .t the regular :Varserv'; III \lac..nl1y.: The project wall completed tinder. time direction. 0' cluh II'lch'rlr": .
after
councilman had a road paved the ceremonies $100 to be given to the Brookeraround hospital and tucked away in anames monthly meeting the Lloyd. \\'ik.. nrldrord-Ullinll-1.11 cIHrdinator l,swell Parrish iliad William: ('owe
Pierce
a dog pen In the city with nominating A.B. board accepted bids for total after plalltln the INI shrubs and flowering Im'lh" around the town hall the Ihai'nrd I-flull
She dId not mention_ any Adams as chairman and insurance coverage of the were, served II chicken and rice dinner. cooked. hy Earl U..bb'l..
to the City Council Ms.Adams nominated current hospital from MaInes Insurance -
Castlen said she was unable to chairman Edwards. Edwards, La n dfill"' Selection Company of Lake Butler

and Trawick Insurance of C'lIIl1 liege II
Electric Rates
I City
Gainesville Doyle Archer, 8 8 8
I Come And Join Us I Thwarted J.D. Griffis and administrator
. 8 !From Page II HardvaJ were appointed to electrical plant during this fiscal "We need to do 'a little of raising gas rates, which are
As We Study
year. both,but the bond trustees are much lower than outside
bids for a recom-
"The Doctrine I tern acreage'we don't have bridge would cost around compare mendation at the next meet- Residential rates! were not qualified to say how much agency prices.
Of The Fall Of a, anywhere else," noted com- $6,50( according to commis- ing. increased 22.2 percent for of each. We're backing up "We're not getting the going
w mIssIoner Ralph Bryan. sioner Dave Shuford The board also approved Al usage over 1,000 KWH. A from something we need to price In the gas department.Wecan .
Man I Under the new compactor: While the bridge specialists CrIppen accounting firm to doa former user of 1,700 KWH face on the fuel adjustment," cut: expenses and go upa
dumpers will take would have for said trustee chairman Hazen little without making
x system are In the vicinity the corn- audIt after two paid $61.63 : on gas
pre-opening
In Our Bible their trash to one of five mission agreed to ask Echo to hours discussion. Crippen total electricity and fuel Florida Power and Light up the deficit In one place;'
countywide locations to be adjustment during the month. has only another Silcox suggested.
Doctrine! construct new boat ramps on agreed to do the 22-month approved
Lectures
compacted and periodically Hampton, Crosby and Little audit and help in setting a The same usage will now cost 1.500 kllovolt-amps for the Gas rates could be hiked 50
taken to the Bradford up the residential Dees told the trustees. making the city
Each Monday 7:30: p.m. dump Santa Fe Lakes to be funded new systems consumer city percent:
County officials want to from recreation monies now for the hospital, but called $66.70. The council was negotiating $90,000 more per year and
in a Classroom ::.J:. choose: a site to be operational totalling around $5,500."I before the meeting adjourned Warren and Silcox: met with for an additional 5-7,000 KVAto still be a third lower In unit
Facing 301 at BHS, \ ten to twenty years, commis- still believe our lakes to withdraw the agreement. city bond trustees, who are take the load off the city price than other gas distributors
sioner Dave Shuford said with the which still councilman Marc Jack-
belong to the public; said charged overseeing power plant, oper-
...... No alternatives or conclu- commissioner Bryan in electrical plant, earlier Tues- ates without use of two small son told the council.
SUCH QUESTIONS AS: C''" ia sions had ":hen worked out at recommending the action. Union Voters day afternoon tu discuss the generators. Gas will be costing the city
the end of talk. Bryan also suggested that hikes. No vote was taken on The additional KVAs from about four cents more in the
Why Must Man Be Born Again to Enter Heaven? Earlier in the day's session leftover county materials the matter, but by consensus FP&L will give the city a total near future, if prices in other
Who Is A Natural Man? the board unanimously voters might be used in constructing To Decide chairman T.C.Hazen J.... and of 3,000 KVA in addition to its cities are a good Indication of
Who Is A Spiritual Man? to rebuild a recently caved-in the ramps.In X.M.Smith favored the action 7.700 capacity at present. what will happen here Schae-
bridge on B.T Thomas Road other action at Monday's WnterTaxes with George Flynn expressing Additional power will be fer noted.
Are Being STUDIED 8 ANSWERED FROM THE BIBLE
across Sampson Canal near meeting the board: no opinion. available for peak summer
By Lecturer Graham. Echo Enterprises -Heard a report from com- 'No power should be sold loads of July and August No action was taken on gas
Dr.W.R. [lobby] Crews Inc. of Georgia agreed to missioner Hazel Paulk on LAKE BUTLER Union cheaper than it Is produced," according to William Edward prices.In .
replace the wooden bridge CUBS and Fair Association County voters will also get a said bond trustee Smith. Wilson Engineers of Jackson- other action at Tuesday
Hear Dr. Crews Each Sunday on Bible Study Time with a prefabricated concrete meetings attended. Mrs. chance to determine the fate to the two cent: ville, which was negotiating night's meeting council voted
WAPE 690/KC 8:30: A.M structure for about $9.900. Paulk also voiced Intentions of of water district management charge: for commercial elec- the FP&L tie-In for the city to purchase a pickup truck for
WMBR 600/KC 9:30: A.M while materials alone for attending library board meetings taxes as they cast votes In the tricity. The power plant RaIsing rates for commercial use by engineer Dees at a cost
WRUF county crews to rebuild the when notified of when the March 9 presidential prefer- spends about 2.3 cents gen- users of city electricity of 53.788. Terwillegar Motors
850/KC 8 00 A.MM board meets. ence primary. erating the current, according will not affect the buying of Starke was awarded the low
-Accepted Mrs. Paulk's Union is a member of the to city engineer Merrill Does habIts of local: people com- bid on the truck. Silcox and
suggestion that private dona- Suwannee River Water Man- Bond trustees rejected the mented Schaefer, even If busi- Jackson voted against the
tions be solicited for a library agement area and votes to Idea of another fuel adjust. nesses pass the higher rates purchase.
sign. Commissioners had ear- ratify an amendment to the ment Increase until this basic on to customers through Council: also took recom-
(IJ IJIEGJUGJI: ] 'i 1WEUIE(] :? lier rejected an expensive sign state constitution authorizing change could be evaluated. higher prices on goods. mendations from each council
and architect Robert Taylor and limiting local taxes for Fuel adjustment is the main Silcox voted against the member for personnel to man
reported the possibility of a water management up to one Item for consideration, said higher rate in favor the Cltizen's Participation
plywood sign being painted for mill will allow the Suwannee engineer Dees. Fuel oil costs rates professionally examine Committee required under the

t:? ]-UU La( (]EU(] 151LU?(] the teered lib..ary.to investigate Mrs. Paullt for volun-pri- area.body to levy such taxes In the years have tripled while basic In the rates past have five and mented.more budget cuts Imple- state citizens planning were needed act. for Fifteen citi-

A runoff election between
remained and
vate donors to build a sign unchanged the "We don't want to make a zens participation committees
suitable for the library decor. Robert Driggers and Howard fuel adjustment has been hasty decision.I can't," Silcox and seven to consult as a
-Appointed Registered McNeill will also be decided In Increased: to 45 percent, Dees said. planning committee. Only 13
Nurse Evelyn Hamilton to the precinct voting at the maintains. Council also mentioned names were submitted.

SUB CENTER"Bradford serve as coordinator of the Lakeside Community Center. ._ -
Emergency Medical Technician -
(EMT) ambulance ser-

Square Two Doors North Of Stumps 964.6960 vice for the county. Ms. Ham- \\.il ju
ilton formerly taught training the Oct lciiz > eiiCL pernini ,
sessions when the service first

1 0 Different Kinds Of started.attorney-Receive.Dudley! a report Hardy from that r III I i 'SUILDINGCONTR"C1:0R. 'iiaii. C.lij'.J:

an open-topped container and $ m CUSTOM
four repainted trash compact- 496.2185'BUILT I

Submarine Sandwiches ors have been received from i COMMERCIAL
National Compactors.A .
portion of the purchase R jriiii"Many m HOMES CONSTRUCTION
price of the outfit has been
paid, Hardy said but final an argument II sound COUNTRY HOME CENTER LAKE BUTLER I
Drawing Far Door Priori payment awaits delivery of -Just sound." __ c '
six: dosed containers and one

1 st 100 Customers Sat. Will Receive A Free compactor.The commission. also received -

a report from county
Pepsi Cola Glass architect Taylor that the compactor -
site In Lawtey will be

Register For Needle Point Kits To Be Given work completed may start by Friday on one of when the MF

Away Sat. 8 Sun. remaining four locations.set .
a meeting for Monday

A Real Nice Tennis Bag Will Be Given Away right consider. March priorities 8. at for 8 p.m.county to Massey Ferguson a .?ef

road pavmg. Results 01 the
On Mon. meeting will be presented to
the Department of Transportation -
March 10 at 9 a.m. to i
Ask Sub
Fib out Cur Party finalize plans for county road

paving.

Ih We're offering special low prices on all


new MF farm tractors under 80 pia hp, plus

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE new MF industrial units in stock. Check


how much you can save:

Electrification Administration ( \ _

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APPENDIX A l'-

Statement of Nondiscrimination r:; '
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"Contlnenhl Telephone Company hal filed with the Federal Government a Com
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pllanclt ASlurance which Is Model
a..ur8S the Rural lectrlflcalon Administration that II
will com ply fully with all r.quirementsof Title VI I of the Civil' Rights Act of $196-& and
the Rules and MF 230 Tractor
Regulations the Department of Agriculture issued thereunder
end that no person I" the United States shall on the ground of race color or national 10 the I MF 235 Tractor SAVE UP TO
origin' bl excluded from partiCipation .n. be denied the benefits of. or bl otherwISe! MF 255 Tractor $1
lubjltChd to discrimination in the conduct of Its program and the operation 01 Its hc 00000
III fill. MF 265 Tractor
Under this Assurance this organllatlon Is com milled not to discriminate NOW!
against any person on the ground of race color or national origin In its policies and MF 275 Tractor ,
practices relating to applications for service or any other policies and practices MF 20 Backhoe Loader
relating to treatment beneficiaries participants including rates. Conditions and MF 30 Backhoe Loader SAVE UP TO
extension of servicee use of any of its facilities attendance at and participation In
m eeflngs of beneficiaries participants or the e.ercise of any rights of such bene'l any' MF 40 Backhoe Loader $2 20000
ciaries and partiCipants In the conduct 0'' the operations of this organl'u'n MF 50A Backhoe Loader NOW!

MF 711B Skid Steer Loader
"Any ,
person who believes
himself, 0' any specific class of Individuals to be sub
jected by this organilatlon to discrimination prohibited by Title VI 01 I he Act and the We've
Rule and Regulations Issued got other bargain machines
thereunder may, by himself or a representative file in stock
with the Secretary 0'' Agriculture Washington D. C. 20210. or the Rural Electr"ca ,
ton Administration Washington, D. C. 2OnO or this organll."on or all it written at prices you'll find hard to believe. Come
complaint. Such complaint must be filed not later than It days after the alle'nd dlS : see'
crimination or by such later' date fo which the Secretary of Agriculture or the Rural come SAVE!
Electrification Administration extends the time for fllin9. 'Identity of complainants
will be kept confidential except to the extent necessary to carry out the purposes of
the Rule and Regulations" T
_SUPERIOR ACTOR CO.

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8 Earn All-A's AJTER| STATE PLANT. SURVEY **


I tr tI ,School) Building Plans

At Union High:


students Eight Union High School Bill (femme'son-'of Mr and ; r I IY Must Be ReconsideredSchool
earned all A's during Mrs David G Hemme of Rai-
the second nine weeks grading ford, studies practical English r I hfrr
period ending Jan. 22 accord- II, Algebra II, advanced M buii:ling plans for the new construction. few foot cause the discrepanciesfrom
to school
ing counselor Thomas science chemistry and psy- 4 + upcoming year must be recon changes original plansMoore:
Rymer chology. A junior at UHS Bill' y FA 1t sidered since a state survey Bradford :Middle School: A said. Also when the !diet survey -
Gerry White a senior at is a member of the baseball team announced preliminary cafetorium and two gang was taken in 1971.. pupil
UHS is
doing independent team. findings indicating no need for toilets. ratios per square foot were not
study in Latin and bookkeepIng Jose Acosta. a sophomore, six new classrooms at Brad Brooker and Hampton Elementary applied to kindergarten class.
while taking classes in is studying health geometry ford Middle School or four kin- Schools: : No new construction rooms ,,
advance science, physics, and biological science advanced J dergarten classrooms at few changes. Previous plans to build an
advanced math. Jerry, son of science and typing. Jose son Southside Elementary Southslde Elementary: No additional six classrooms at
Mr. and Mrs. William W. of Dr and Mrs. Jose A Acosta new construction recommended the middle school were aban-
White of Lake Butler is also of Raiford is also a memberof Basically, the survey team Recommend con- doned In thoughts of moving
one of the starting five on the the UHS r found that construction of elementary -
tennis team. verting two intermediate sixth grades out of the school
school basketball team. Jam Fillyaw, a freshman 1 I +Iv and middle school classrooms into kindergarten leaving generous space for the
.' Elaine Parrish Redding, is the daughter of Mr. and classrooms would not be classrooms and partitioning remaining 639 pupils there.
wife of Edward Redding is :Mrs James E. Fillyaw of necessary If enrollments were special education classes. Two kindergarten class.
redistributed within each
taking fundamental math Lake Butler Jana is
studying rooms at Starke and Southside
school. Plans to sixth graders
home management and cloth- move
Ing. She is also a home economics algebra Spanish I I.I I.physical English education I, typing r ; In addition phase IV of back to elementary school did Elementaries did the not get
assistant. and Bradford High must be rede- not receive any attention from priority ratings by survey
also civics signed for a third time to meet the survey team Moore said. team. Plans for these build-
Kathy Carroll a senior, Gary Griffis, also a fresh- ; logs have been on the drawing
is the daughter of Mr. and the criteria set by the seven-
man studies civics modern board than Bids
A supplementary survey more a year.
Mrs James member team which In
Lake W. Carroll of supine, algebra I, English I, schoolclassrooms will be ordered once a federal were let on the kindergarten
Butler. She is county
studying physical education and Isinvolved classrooms last but
judge has approved the moving year
psychology, home f>economics with Project Challenge Union County High School students earning l all A's during the second: nine-week grading last week to compose of sixth graders back into \\withdrawn when it was
and a three-hour block of \ He is the son of!Mr and period are (I-r), front row: Cathy Carroll Bill Hemme,Gary Crlff and Jose.\costa. the report. elementary schools. decided to lump the construction -
vocational office education' Mrs Alvin A. Griffis of Lake Back row: Walter ilrr. Maine Redding,Jana Fillyaw and Gerry White.Biellmg. dards Bearing and copses student\; of population state stan- The preliminary survey into one total package in
Walter Filer a junior studies ButlerOf of lower bids.
presented to school principalsand hopes receiving
the
chemistry, advanced the some 450 students at Marilyn Bivins Jackie Revels, Scott Canon Harriet Cummings reports team led by board members last Fri
math U.S. history, peace and Union County High School 60 Lanier Clyatt Donna Craw SOPHOMORES: Michael Dukes Jesse Director:Moore of General, combed Services day would probably be held in
war and is a science lab others made the honor roll ford. Cynthia Croft, :Marie Kelly Gnffis. Diane :McGill. Rhonda Fischer. Glenda Hen- schools to make county Tallahassee until the supplementary Li L v'_ 1.J"' RJ SI
assistant. Son of Mr. and Mrs with grades of B and better. Davis,Bobby Harden, Merrell Xiomara Puig Donna dricks, Carolyn Johnson. recommen- survey is completed. "
Walter I. Filer of Lake Butler These include: Hart Jean Holmes Karen Schnetzman and Bobby Cindy :Nelson. Stanley dations about necessary the con- because the second could I "
Walter is also a member of the SENIORS Kerce Chris Lawson Debbie Waters. Steen. Elizabeth Puffenbar- struction over next five change the findings of last ,
UHS basketball team. Donna Alexander. Michael Lee David Lovelace Timothy FRESHMEN: :\ ger. Theresa Schretzman. years.Results of the week's five-day study :Moore t t I. :
team ;
IiEt\. A'-'' _.--- McGill Renee New some, Pete Jorge Acosta Jennifer Valerie Stewart Teresa Taylor will guide how survey BradfordCounty's said. : t II l'\ :_.
Bielling. Dionisio Britton. and Kimberly Thompson these (
Olin Julie Parrish. Dennie $1 million in con "According to recommendations
y ," .
Terrie cannot build
Ferryman. Pinkston structions funds may be spent. we .
Melanie Read Denise Stevenson Dedication Set For New Law lev Stern :Moore said. In fact all con- some things we were' planning i
Mitchell Ste"art.Ian struction over the next few to build and we 11 have to go
Tuggle, Sharon Varnes Dedication is set Saturday. Wednesday morning to con- to be funded back to the drawing board on
years by state
Jeffrey Williams and Nedra March 6,at 10 a.m. at city hall tinue. be recommendedby the high school." :Moore said
must
Williams. for Lawtey's new $420,000 By Saturday, the council money the he said. indicating that phase IV of the
water system which is expected hopes the system will be report high school will be made
to be operational operating correctly. :No an- smaller.
Tentative findings of the
JUNIORS:
ifr 1 shortly. nouncement was made Tues- of state standards !!,
Silvia Acosta, Janet report indicate these needs: Application Hell 1 think I've talked
,4 Brannen Marcia Douglas A ribbon will be cut to officially day mers night can hook about into when the custo-system Bradford High School: of pupils-per-square- long enough ."
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home labs
Randall Gnffis Susan Gnffis. inaugurate the system. Three economics -------
Alan Hicks! Karen :Nettles two business education labs
Tommy Riherd hobby two( exceptional education
Rivers Julia Roberts and carter classrooms with vocational Gulf Moody's
paints shop areas two industrial arts
.,. labs a vocational agriculture
4 LOSTREWARDBoxer 5r. suite a cafetorium and expansion -
"'' .. '1111 brindle with white IIM1TEO ,->X.uuv- ADVerhisE5J of existing shower
\ Gulf Station
markings. Under Vets care. TIME ONLY and locker room facilities at
RLocal Hampton Lake Area.REWARD TV the gym. The preliminary
!slat representative Frank Williams tries on the report suggested remodelingthe
wings he will don Saturday afternoon at th.fart'h: of Dimes vocational rehabilitation 964.6314 N. Temple Ave.
Walk-\-Thon I-1/ie For Information And Return 1 building behind the gym for
begins at I p.m. Sanders K.Hodges.!! !
Dolph Reddish Jimmy, Bowen anti Joe Warren have also Call/ 468-1512 Ko art and ROTC classes.
agreed to!support! the Market"ivil in Flub in the ti> milk walk. "This means we cannot General Repairs
build art or driver's ed facili-
ties as planned and phase four
of the high school will have to Air Conditionng: Brake Work
be redesigned" Moore said.
Service Tune Ups

do you know... Get One self-contained Starke Elementary exceptional: Two Motor Overhaul
$550
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housed at Bradford High for .
the past t"J".'o( years. Moore Lawn .MowerFront. EndAlignments
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you can save .. N1, M1n .. said. Report also suggested .
converting one existing class Repairs --
room into an administrativesuite

classrooms and two into kindergarten.intermediate Open 6 Days A Week 8 To 5
35 /lo to 60 /fo on Law ley Elementary: No
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FORESTRY by Terry ReedyIIIN II


etDlTOKiALS ;s.MAR4 || BRADFORD COUNTY County Forester |




People who set fires to strike
Driving down the road dur-
ing the past few weeks back at an individual land-
Is Future Water you think about the
Supply seldom
may have seen a thick cloud of owner
actual results. If the person
: dark smoke hovering over the
9 treetops. Very possibly it was who started one fire recently
Worth For? that his
Paying one of the many wildfires that would have known
tt the deathof
have been occurring in this action would cause
area as of late. a small child, I'm sure the
( fire would never have been
No one likes to vote new taxes on mill because of the lesser needs in that The month of February started.

himself or herself. That is a simple fact area. ". marked the beginning of what When a fire burns several

of life. I IP looks like a long, hard fire homes,does the arson or care-
Jerome Johns, a member of the season to the Forest Rangersof less trash burner think about
But no one also, would like to be Suwannee River Water Management the Division of Forestry and his action with regret? Why

deprived of a drink of pure water some District, says that Central and South :y ft all timberland owners as well. can't we, as rational people

time in the future, or denied the privilege Florida, where the shortage of water 0 During the month of Feb- think about these things
Bradford had wild-
ruary, 39 before we do something fool-
of swimming in an unpolluted lake. is becoming critical
supply are already fires that damaged 504 acres ish and destructive?
eyeing the water resources of North of
property.
;
All of which is leading to an impor-
up should do to
Central Florida, where the supply is 'H What you help
tant proposed constitutional amendment d Most of these fires are con prevent fires and protect
adequate, but should be conserved for
which will be on the March 9 Presidential tained before they can get yourselves?
future needs of our own. very large. Once in a while,
Preference ballot for approval or :: however, the burning conditions 1. Be careful with all kindsof
disapproval of the voters. If approved, it fire all the time!
With Florida growing at an unprece- ( I are extreme, creating a
will go on to receive final ratification or i dangerous condition. One such 2. Be sure your firelines are
dented rate the water shortage in some
rejection in the November General Elec case occurred last Friday adequate!
areas will continue to get worse at an afternoon near Lawtey.
tion. accelerated rate, posing problems that 3. Memorize your property'sSTR \
Sometime during the mid- (Section, Township and
In its simplest terms, the proposed can be relieved only by the most careful --p I afternoon someone lit up the Range). Fire crews are dispatched -

amendment would authorize, and limit, water management practices. In woods. Whether it was a child in that fashion. If you

the levying of an ad valorem tax for the playing with matches or a don't know your STR, contactthe
use of water management districts in Johns says that at present the grudge-holding "adult" has Division of Forestry Dis-
Florida. Suwannee District has no projects under not been clearly determined.But patcher or County Property

way that need funding, and no tax wouldbe the results are clear. 240 Appraiser for help.
"Water is our most precious resource acres of woodland was burned Know the fire
levied until such time as it is needed. 4. emergency
," says Gov. Reubin Askew, a "Even then, we estimate that a third of a .L)071 1For9ef toV te destroying many A number acres of of numbers for your area. In
planted pines. Bradford the DOl-
of the amendment. "We must County
supporter mill would be sufficient to meet our homes were threatened with number is 96-4-5436. This is
protect it, manage it, and use it wisely.A needs," he said. Administrative funds destruction. Many men, both also the number where burn-

vote for the amendment will reflect for the Water Management Districts are paid crews and volunteers, ing permits are obtained.

that: desire statewide." provided by the state, and the proposednew By I were forced to spend hours of 5. If you plan to do any out-
County Agents time containing that fire.
1 door call the above
.
tax would be used to finance such 1" : burning
Adoption of the amendment will fur- for Also be thatit
This fire was no laughing a permit. sure
ther the implementation of Florida'slandmark projects as dams and other good water Notebook r' BobbyTaylor matter. Nor is any other fire is safe. If you have doubts,

Water Resources Act passedby management practices.Sen. I for that matter. don't burn!

the Legislature in 1972. This act

broadened and strengthened the regulatory Philip D. Lewis, a strong advocate t

of the two already existing of the proposed amendment, says Good weather is permittinga transplanted and must be themselves elsewhere and
powers the proposal would "solidify the State- lot of activity in fields and grown from seed sown which may do well in their
districts in the
water management gardens throughout our area. directly in the row where they gardens. However, many
southern half: of the Peninsula, and also local partnership in water managementand are to be grown. Most gardeners are cheating
established three new districts to cover continue to vest with local residentsthe Most folks have their land vegetables may be seeded themselves of the best

the remainder of the State. responsibility for daily planning, ready for seeding However or tran- directly in the garden row. possible results by continuingto i.i i.
splanting. most
,
inferior varieties
and decisionsin grow
regulatory
management
folks will delay planting frost Good seed
mean the
and Southern Florida may without ever testing the
The Central
each district. It recognizes that dele- susceptible crops like squash difference between success suggested varieties.
Flood Control District, created in 19.19, gated responsibilities require money and tomatoes until the latter and failure in your garden.

and the Southwest Florida Water Management and affords the State Legislature an part of this month.I Buy good seed from a reliable Most seeds are treated with

District ((1961)) were given tax- opportunity to annually evaluate district talked about dealer. For some crops, seed chemicals to reduce injury lj
plans for
the time may be saved from one's own and decay caused by insects
authority at they were
ing
and
responsibilities provide necessary gardens that can help make garden, but for many other and diseases. These
created. But the new water manage- funds for taxing authority." this project beneficial vegetables, saving seed is chemicals are poisonous and :
ment districts for Northwest Florida, economically and otherwise.One impractical. should be handled with care.

the St. Johns River basin, and the Distasteful as any new tax, no matter of the most important Such treated seeds are not to .
Suwannee River basin (which includes how small, might bethe fact remains considerations in your gardenor Plant varieties of be eaten under any cir-
crop plan is good seed or vegetables which have been
Bradford County) were not given such that impure water, or perhaps no waterat transplants.For tested and found to be adaptedto the cumstances.reach of Keep children.them out of

authority and can receive it only all would be even more distasteful- our area. Vegetables

through the vote of concerned Flori-- not for ourselves, then perhaps for our each in vegetable you planto resistant to pests and tolerantof Good weather is also
garden
,
dians. children or grandchildren.A will grow have your you adverse weather conditionsare enabling our winter pastureslike
to decide whether to
Mrs. Gerl F.Parsons exhibits materials and describes services -
much easier to grow oats, rye, ryegrass, and :
start it from seed, from
The proposed amendment would favorable vote on the water management plants, or from plant successfully than those that clover to make good growth. available to senior citizens at the Bradford-Union Gui-
authorize water districtsto would to parts. are not. "Ve etable Gar- This is a welcome sight to our dance Clinic In Starke. Seated at speakers table are three
management taxing authority seem
dening Guide," lists those cattle and cattlemen. club presidents: Paul Krieger, Hampton; Joe Kerrigan,
levy to mill ($1 be the better of wisdom for those Main advantage in starting
up one on property per part from seeds varieties which are best suitedto Starke; and Emery Batman Green Cove Springs.
directly is that
$1,000 assessed valuation) except in the who can look far enough ahead to over- have a wider selection you of our conditions.Of Since conditions have beenso .

Florida "Panhandle" where the maxi- come their natural dislike for voting a varieties from which to bad for our cattlemen for >
course, it is a privilege the last two or three the
mum levy would be one-twentieth of a new tax. choose. Furthermore, not all enjoyed by gardeners to try following outlook by years Dr. Kary Coalition of Senior
vegetables do well whenLETTERS
varieties which
have
proven MathIs, might be en
couraging. Citizens To Form

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Good Points Bad Points Florida cattlemen can look

I TO forward to better cattle prices Permanent OrganizationEightyfour

About and an improved cattle
Appointive System k1 market during 1976. Heavy representativesof Starke and voted to form a
THE EDITOR. culling in the cow herd and a the 11-county Region 3, permanent organization with
.. high rate of calf slaughterhave North Central Florida officers to be elected here at
reduced beef cattle Coalition of Senior Citizens,
the
next in
If twelve Democratic candidates are time the resolution was adopted, pointsout numbers in Florida and the met Tuesday at the Pratt tember. meeting Sep-

not enough to bring voters out to the some of the advantages and disad- U.S. to three percent less thana Street Recreation Center in

polls next Tuesday (and Jimmy Carter vantages of the appointive system. In Arguments in Favor Appointive year ago. Coming after Joe Kerrigan, president of
Wallace have their his the the continuous increases since the Starke Senior Citizens
and George proved opinion advantages outweigh
Superintendent Of SchoolsAN 1958, this leveling off in cattle Club, who presided at the
vote-pulling ability) perhaps a local proposal disadvantages.One numbers will bring beef (oa4aoanOPP! ( ( ( Tuesday session, said it was
concerning our school administration supplies in line with demandat the largest attendance since
of the Mr. Hall for OPEN LETTER TO THE down I
reasons gives responsibility. believethe
will serve to bring about some additional prices more likely to formation of the Coalition,
interest. favoring the elective system is that VOTERS OF BRADFORD voters should elect the provide reasonable profits. f {iJVW a affiliated with the Congress of
"Political campaigns can leave a school COUNTY: school board and hold them Senior Citizens of Florida.

The local proposal is a resolution, system disrupted by animosityand dis- An important issue is on the system.accountable for the school have Lower also grain helped and feed return prices William Haas During the afternoon

adopted by the Bradford County School trust fanned by heated campaigns. This March 9, Presidential Pri- profits to cattle feeding and Veterans Service Officer business session the group
Board last July, providing that the officeof often leaves deep wounds that heal mary Ballot. The voters of 2. My biggest objection to an strengthened demand and approved 25 of the 27 major

Superintendent of Bradford County slowly, if at all." Bradford County between will be askedto system elective is school that internal superintendent politicsare prices for feeder cattle. goals adopted by the
choose an electiveor
Schools be Feedlot placements increased CHAMPUS is no longer organization's Legislative
an appointive rather than an inevitable
Also of primary importance is control appointed office of Superin- regardless of sharply last fall, after more authorized to pay for non- Committee, with two
elective office. the
The State Constitution tendent of Schools for Brad- county. If the top professional proposals held for fur-
of the than two years of trending inpatient care over
the emergency
gives the School Board the right to over qualifications man ford County. During the position is elective the downward. Cattle feeders will received from a civilian ther study. Among the

adopt such a resolution, but it must be selected to hold the office of superintendent summer of 1975, the Bradford teachers or administrators in prefer heavier feed cattle ((600 source by any beneficiary who measures endorsed was the

approved by the voters before being rather than throwing it open to County School Board passed a their choice zeal to but get to ahead throw, haveno their pounds and above), but may lives within a 40 mile radius of extension of homestead

effective. If approved on March 9, the anyone who might be 18 years of age. Resolution requesting the hat into the political ring. This not be able to get all they a uniformed service medical exemption in Florida to in.
would become Under the appointive system the School County Commission to have has the unwholesome effect of want. The high rate of nonfed facility that provides inpatientcare elude mobile homes.
effective
appointive
system placed on the ballot, a
calf and
cattle and slaughter unless
and a nonavailability
Board would set the qualifications school
the expiration of the referendum allowing the splintering a system Among the speakers heard
upon
present conditionsin
wheat pasture statement has been issued.
make the and if they madea into political factions-all with poor
appointment
make this
superintendent's term next November. voters to important the Great Plains have was Mrs. Geri F. Parsons,
bad one they would be subject to the choice. I am aware that many the same goal, to win the elec- reduced the supply of yearling The 1976-7T Military Appro- Gerontology Coordinator with

Admittedly, this is a controversialmeasure wrath of the voters at the next election. people would prefer the officeto not tion believe for their that candidate.this is the I do cattle, Thus, feeders will be priations Act prohibits pay-- the Bradford-Union Guidance
be elective rather than the way ment under the Civilian
with and more inclined to purchase 400- Clinic in Starke, who
some good points to school business.
local school board making the run our 600 pounds calves at Health and Medical Programof described services available
some bad points on both sides. As of the issues and But I the Uniformed
Regardless pro con, appointment. firmly S. A big disadvantage to an somewhat more favorable Services here for senior citizens in-
matters now stand it is i conceivable thatan most voters in this areajudging by the believe that most voters wantto elective school superintendent prices than during 1974 and CHAMPUS) for non-emer- cluding counseling as well as

18-year-old high school student could past track recordsseem to regard the get politics out of our is that quite often, large politi- 1973. gency inpatient care when psychological and psychiatric
schools. By making the office that care is available
run for superintendent, although he cal contributors wield influ- at a evaluations.
appointive system of filling offices as an cattlemen
appointive, you can help. Florida can facility of the uniformed services -
might not have much chance of being infringement of their right to "elect" the ence on an elected superintendent. expect 400-500 pound, Good within a 40 miles radiusof "Senility doesn't have to

elected. Age is the only qualification man of their choice. Unless some big As one member of the This creates that a has shadow self- grade feeder calves to bring the patient's residence.The happen," Mrs. Parsons said to
needed to run. county school board I would government $27-$30 per cwt through the those who have fears about
change in reasoning takes place before like to express my views. To seeking motives. I suspect, spring. Heavier feeder steers, new rule about non- waning mental capacities. "In
In a letter printed elsewhere on this next Tuesday, this pattern will likely be be candid, it would have been that in many cases, this sha- in the SOO-800 pound class, will availability statements went many cases, examination has

page, Rodney P. Hall, a member and former repeated in the case of the appointive easier to have never broughtup dow government has greater bring $35-$40 per cwt. Choice, into effect on February 9, the shown that the brain of a
chairman of the School Board at the superintendent. the issue, much less to takea impact on our public schools 1000-pound slaughter steers date the Act was signed into person thought to be senile is
elected school board.
stand on it. However, the than the will hold in the 40-$44 range law. perfectly o.k., but the loss of

felt majority of the school board 4. Political campaigns can early in the year, then move Previously, a nonavailabil memory, confusion, and Indecision -
that an appointive super. school disrupted up to $ 5--I1) per cwt in the ity statement for non-emer- has been brought on
leave -
system
\\ /7fR n See Sample BallotsIn improve intendent our of schools.schools For would this fanned a by animosity by heated and cam-distrust spring. gency required inpatient only for dependentsof care was by insoluable-financial problems thatseem, to family them

\J U = This Issue the reason ballot we placed for the the voters issue on to paigns. This often leaves deep Building active duty personnel who loss of"spouse, ill health, andothers
decide. wounds that heal slowly, if at lived with their sponsor Mrs. Parsons said.
within 30 miles of She invited senior
all. Elections are an Impor- a uniformed citizens
I have weighed the advantages tant part of our democratic Permits Total service medical facility that experiencing such problems
i and disadvantages of society. However, I believethe provided such care. A non to apply at the Guidance
the appointive system. I have voters should insist that $385,580Building availability statement is now Clinic on Madison Street for
talked to other school board school board members carry required for all CHAMPUS assistance.
members from the banners and in beneficiaries- dependents of
counties that political Mrs. Parsons
said
permits Issued by active that
duty, retired, and
have the superintendent -
an appointive return appoint senior
superin-
many citizens
the Bradford County Zoning deceased start on
tendent of his her administrative personnel as well as
schools, and after for or the downgrade because
Board in January totaled retired personnel themselves they
this comparison, I strongly ability and professional $38 ,580, according to the who live within feel they have been "put on
endorse the caring little for his a 40 mile
appointive knowledge monthly report of L.M. radius of a uniformed the shelf"to live out the rest of
.QRf .4 BRADFORD system. I urge the voters to or herpo politicalclout.InshortIbelieve Gaines director. medical service their days in idleness and
CpvitSrap44iINCEI879- faculty that
consider the that the achoolsuper- provides
N following reasons uselessness. "Don't
in
give to
p for the appointive superintendent intendent should be a profes- Included in the total were inpatient care. such feelings" she said.
,
j MMarrO ACh 4 system: sional person and not a politi- permits for: A nonavailability statementwill Come let us see if we can

11 cian. Nineteen mobile homes be Issued for authorized help you."

QgTlO1y 1. The dual system of an I have raised points that $135,900.Ten inpatient care that cannot be

ro1] BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER an elective elected Superintendent! school board and favor the appointive system. single family dwellings, service provided medical at any uniformed
was The appointive system is not $207,500.Gas facility withina ld
Publishers established as a check and 40 mile radius of
without its faults; However I and islands thepatient's
Published each Thursday and entered as second Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke. Fla undtjr Act balance between a profes- do believe It would greatly $7,500. pumps residence. Defense -
of March 3, 1879 sional administrator Department officials
and
a lay improve our public schools One tennis court, $5,000. remind
Subscription rate In trade area: $6 per year: $3 50 six months. public school board. The idea Miscellaneous (additional, ,CHAMPUS beneficiaries that
Outside trade area: $7 per year: $4 00 six months. was basically sound, but in RodneyP.HaUMember electrical permits, etc.), a Public Health Service It U laid that the first
practice It does not work very hospital Is a medical facility public
Phone QfAfOTF library
Starke. Fla well. It simply does not pin School Bd. of Bradford Co. H29.680. of the uniformed nervices Athena In -u 540 B.C.rounded in

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thorne. Tom Edwards of Haw c a4 Wooly Society &/; ..., 964-7608
was honored at a stork
shower Saturday, Feb. 21,
given by Mrs. Steve Thomas, I Sandra Huggins-Oler Crosby Wedding May 15 Marsha Delugach-Jim ShufordMr.
Mrs. Rant/ Scoggins, Mrs.
Gary Grabie and Mrs. Gary and Mrs. George Mr. Crosby graduated from Wedding August 29 In Tenn.
Buckley at the home of the Muggins of Starke announce Santa Fe Community College
latter.A the engagement and approaching with a degree in Cardiovascular Mr. and Mrs. Jay Delugachof
marriage of their Technology and is pre
Memphis, Tenn. announce
blue and pink color motif daughter,Sandra Kay,to Oler sently working at the Community the engagement and approaching -
was carried out in the decora-
tions. Crosby of Fort Myers, son of Hospital in Fort marriage of) their
Mr. and Mrs. Lacy C. Crosbyof Myers.All .
daughter Marsha Belle, to
The refreshment table
was Gainesville.The friends and relatives are
) N Jim Hall Shuford of Memphis
cloth covered and with centered a white with lace a wedding will be an invited to attend !the weddingand Tenn.,son of Mr. and Mrs.Ski
reception.
eventofSaturdayMaYl5at8p.m. Shuford of Starke.
.
spring floral arrangement.The in the First United
The wedding will take place
cake was decorated witha Methodist Church with a BWP Club Make
choo-chop train with 4 cars, August 29 in the Memphis,
each with reception following in the Tenn. Temple Israel. ., ..r
letter
car a spellingout
"BABY" church Fellowship Hall Plans For StateConvention Miss Delugach graduatedfrom A'
Miss Huggins is a 1969 BHS White Station High y
Games with
prizes were graduate and also graduatedfrom ; School and the University of)
enjoyed by !the 15 guests during a
Santa Fe Community ry Florida where she was
the hours.
party Amongthe College, School of Nursing of Alpha
recording secretary
BPW Club outlined
guests were Mrs. J.E. The Starke
where she received
her
Tomlinson, mother of the pr ,twat tered nursing certificate.regis-She plans for) its part in the Epsilon Phi Sorority, Alpha
Lambda Delta, Freshman
honoree and Mrs. Maurice Jody (front) and Jennifer and Jason Brown, triplet is presently a nurse in the Ala- State convention which will be Scholastic
Edwards. children of Mr. and Mrs.Marvin Brown,celebrated their 6th chua General Hospital. held in June, at a meetingFeb. Tau and Scholastic
As a memento of the occasion birthday on Saturday and Sunday at two parties. llyjw 19 held In the Chamber of Sigma.
the hostesses Honorary.Mr.
presentedthe Commerce building.The
honoree with a diaper bag Starke club will be .Shuford graduated from .A
Jason Jennifer and Jody Brown Womans Club Will HaveCancerProgramMarch School and the
Bradford High
filled with! baby accessories responsible for the decorations Marsha Delugach
wherehe
Florida
including a set of Playtex for the young careerist University of
bottles, silver\ spoon, sox, Celebrate Sixth BirthdaysJason 10 luncheon to be held Friday, was a Phi Delta Theta,
booties and Members askedto house manager and in the /1
June 18. were
pins. Jennifer and Jody Mrs. Carolyn Canova The Woman's Club of Starke Mrs. George Roberts, Jr. get advertisement favors Ornamental Horticulture 1]1"-I'"iCl l s
showed two films on animalsto will meet Wednesday, March chairman of the Home Life Club.
of within the
businesses
Brown, six-year-old triplets from
the 15 children during the 10, for the regular luncheon Committee, will present Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Lee of
Mrs Waters Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Brown area to present to members at .
meeting. Lucille Payne on) the program Starke announce the birth of a
celebrated their birthdays party.Assisting the convention.) Mr. and Mrs. Mc-
who will speak on cancer. Nealy daughter, Tammie Rochelle,
Honored At Saturday and Sunday at two and were Brenda Misses Roberts Lynn DUPLICATE BRIDGE Hostesses for the meetingwill Mrs.Faye Bowman of Law- Connell were in Orlando on born Feb. 12 in Alachua Gen-
parties.The Moxley CLUB RESULTS tey was welcomed as a new business last week. eral!
and Mrs. Julian McRae, be Mrs. Roberts, Mrs. Hospital Grandparents :
Stork ShowerMrs. party Saturday, given of the Minou Wainwright and Jeff J.E. Hardy, Mrs. E.W. member. are Curtis Lee and Mrs. Rose
by their parents, was held in grandmother triplets.All Wrenshall were the winning Hodges, Mrs. Jerome Johns Mildred Tye, hostess, Mrs. Lennie Woods Is visit McConnell and the late Mr.
St. Mark's Parish house on the mothers present couple at Duplicate Bridge Mrs. M.R. Judd, Mrs. EweliLawson served refreshments at the ing relatives in Live Oak this and Mrs. Edward Griffis of
Wilbur Waters with the of
assembly
was helped
Church Street from two to four Tuesday night. Tying for close of the meeting. week. Starke.
Mrs. G.J. McGriff,
given a surprise stork shower o'clock.A the dog houses.
Tuesday,Feb. 17, at the homeof red, white and black ----- second were Hilda Dey and Sr) Mrs. R.P. McLendon,
Mrs. S.W. Hamilton and Dr.
Mrs. KM. Hatcher, Jr. Snoopy theme was carried out Mr. and Mrs. Brown gave a Miss Della Rosenberg, Mrs.
and Mrs. Arl Watana.
Jimmy
given by Mrs. H.M. Hatcher, in the decorations. The serving family birthday party Sunday and Hazel Pierce were third. Crjtde::!( Terwillegar and Mrs.
III, Mrs. Jim Lewis, Mrs. table was covered with afternoon from three to four- Kate Sheppard. 11 yN
Mark Milner, Mrs. Mervin Snoopy cartoon characters thirty at their home in Pine- ,
Jackson and Mrs. Bill Kelton.A cloth and centered with! a cakeof breeze subdivision for the
stork decoration gracedthe ) Snoopy sleeping on his dog triplets. YOU NEED "!A WILL
coffee table in the living house, dreaming of) "Happy The Snoopy theme was also
room. Birthday Jason, Jennifer and carried out in the decorations.The Everyone should hove a Will because It Is an
Jody."Also on the table was a picnic table was covered essential document that '"'will someday be SPECIALSGOOD
The refreshment table in the with cartoon character
tray of marshmallow "Wood a Snoopy -
needed. If you do not already have a Will, make
dining room was overlaid witha stock"birds and"Red Baron" tablecloth with a Snoopy WHILE QUANTITY LASTS
beige cutwork cloth and heldan punch along with cupcakes on cake at one end and presents arrangements with an Attorney to have one
orange) pink and yellow serving trays. at the other) end. Cake, sher- prepared. If you do have a Will, plan to review It LARGE
centerpiece composed of a Gift tables in front of the bert and "Red Baron" punch periodically to make certain It still expresses ,
giraff and miniature babies fireplace also covered with were served. wishes. A properly prepared Will enablesyou LANDSCAPE
and Mrs. The included the your
matching napkins. Snoopy cartoon character guests .Ot
direct the administration of affairs
Lewis presided at the punch tablecloths, were designatedfor immediate family, includingthe to your
bowl. each individual child's grandparents Gib Brown after your death, exactly as you wish. Call your PLANTS & SHRUBSOn
presents.The and Mr. and Mrs. Julian E. Attorney today and make yours.
Games with prizes were favor table was covered McRae; great grandparents,
enjoyed by the 12 guests. with the same tablecloth and Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Bit- All Bare Root Llgustrum Wax Leaf & Gold tip
Among the guests was Mrs. held materials for making the good and Mrs. Ruby Brown; Archer Funeral Home Viburnum Suspensum
Bessie Colson, mother of the favors Kleenex holders madein aunts and uncles Bill Brownof Packaged Fruit,
honoree. the form of) Snoopy dog Tallahassee and Mr. and DOYLE M. ARCHER, L.F.D Podocarpus
houses with Snoopy on top; Mrs. Richard P. Gnann. Out- Lake Butler Florida l'ss Nut and Shade Burfordl Holly
The hostesses presented the
of-town guests were Mr. and
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Altar Society HRS Client Services CUBB Seats New :Board

I PERSONAlSMr. Makes Plans For Over 125 people gathered at sentative, Region IV, Community
Being RestructuredOn the Civil Defense Building in Services Administration -
ii Deanery Meeting Starke Monday evening February Atlanta; John McCall,
at the annual field Region IV,
March I,1976 Health and which is presently under con 23.' supervisor
and Mrs. George Mrs. Elizabeth Tyrrell has Reverend Richard Bowles Rehabilitative Services struction. meeting of the board of direc- Community Services Ad-
Dominianni. Mr. and Mrs. returned to her home in celebrated a special Mass (HRS) facilities in Bradford These programs have previously tors of CUBB Economic ministration, Atlanta; Joe
Robert Wolff and Mr. and Farmington, Conn. after two preceding the Altar Society County joined other HRS offi- operated independentof Agency, Inc. to witness the Chulak, representative, ,
Mrs. George W. Brown of the months at the Magnolia Hotel. meeting of St. Edward's Mon ces in this 16 county area in each other but with the reorganization seating of newly elected and Department of Community I
Starke Elks No. 1802, attendedthe day evening March 1. posting the official HRS sealon of HRS, they will appointed board members. Affairs, Tallahassee, and
Harry Anna Crippled Chil- Mrs. John Samons, presi- their office doors, markingthe work together in giving Reverend Johnny Bryant, Oscar Crowell, housing specialist
drens Hospital house committee Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter, dent, outlined plans for the first step in the restructuring needed services. It will be president of the Head Start Department of Community l<
meeting in Eustis on Jr. and Mrs.Maxie Carter, Sr. Gainesville Deanery meeting of client services under the easier for a client to obtain Policy Council, administeredthe Affairs, Tallahassee.Following .
Feb. 21. Mr. and Mrs. Brown visited Mrs. Jimmy Moore in s scheduled for March 18 at St. reorganization of HRS as services in more than one oath of office to the new adjournment r
spent the remainder of the Riverside Hospital Sunday Edward's. mandated by the 1975 legisla area and follow-up on clients members. there was a social time with
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. afternoon. Altar Chairman, Mrs. ture. will be more successful. Tokens of appreciation of refreshments of sandwiches,
A.W. Landon in Lakeland. Durlu ChristopherIs Jimmy Moore, announcedthat There are three HRS offices McClure has proposed five long and dedicated service to cake and punch prepared by
Mrs. A. Russell Normanwas Mrs. Gladys Weldon and and several contracted sites service networks to carry out the CUBB Board and the Head Start staff and served by
Mr. and Mrs. John Gresock in Palm Beach on Friday Achievement Mrs.Johanna Christensen are located in Bradford County. this task. Marion and Citrus CUBS Agency were presentedby Neighborhood Service Center
where she attended the in- Counties have been Mrs. Sally Nelson, execu- staff from Clay, Union, Baker
of Alpeana, Mich. are visiting doing sanctuary work during Offices that participated in designated -
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Baker stallation of Gamma Lambda Program Nominee March. the posting ceremony are the as service network No. tive director of the agency, to and Bradford counties.
Thursday to Sunday. chapter of the Delta Kappa Members were encouragedto Food Stamp Office, the Public 4.It began operation on March board members Mrs. Molly
Gamma Society. The Installation Darla Jean Christopher, a attend the World Day of Assistance Office and the 1 as a field test for District III Cunningham, Robert BRADFORD
Randy Chitty and Robert of the new chapter was junior at Bradford High, has Prayer services at the Presbyterian Youth Services Field Office. by observing the new featuresof Driggers,Garnet Dukes Reverend COUNTY TELEGRAPH
McNeal held in the Orchid Gardens of selected the BHS faculty service delivery. The John Haymon, and Mrs. Published
of the University of been by Church on March 5 Other contracted agencies every Thursdayat
South Florida were home for Miss Winona Jordan. On Sat for the Student-Teacher with covered dish luncheon to participated voluntarily. This Marion and Citrus case coordinating Joyce Riherd. 138 W.Call Street
the weekend.Mr. urday Mrs. Norman attendedthe Achievement Recognition follow. indicates their link fo the HRS committees conformed The newly-installed board Starke,Florida 32091
District V meeting of the the to the re-elected Reverend John
Program.Vicepresident Plans were discussed for service delivery network. geographical
and Mrs J.L. Bradley of Delta Kappa Gamma Societyin of the junior church booth at the Bradford Bradford County is part of boundaries of the service net Haymon of Penney Farms as Second Class postage paidat
Kingsley Lake had as Satur. Boca Katon. class Miss Christopher was County Fair later in the HRS District III whose main work at this time. President. Other officers are Starke, FloridaSubscription
day luncheon guests: Mrs. selected by the faculty for Spring. office is located in Gaines Bradford County is in ser Robert Driggers, Lake Butler,
Julia Young of Charleston, Rev. and Mrs. George L. attitude toward the business Mrs. Henry Stefanelli invited ville. It is headed by District vice network No. 1. This net vice-president; Miss Juanita Rates:
S.C., Mr. and Mrs. Gary Hall Harper and family attendedthe community, extracurricular members to attend a Administrator William H. work also includes Columbia Griffin, Starke, secretary; In trade area: $6.00 per
of Daytona Beach, Mr. and funeral of Rev. Harper'smother activities both in school and in Day of Recollection scheduledfor McClure, Jr. He is chargedwith Hamilton, Suwannee, andUnion : and Mrs. Joyce Riherd, year; 13.50 six months
Mrs.-B.H. Appleby of Bayard, Mrs. Cara L. Harperon the business community, lea March 19 at St. Williams the responsibility for Counties. The head- Starke, treasurer.
Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Warren Saturday afternoon at dership positions in school and Church in Keystone Heights. operating the eight program quarters will be in Lake City. Special guests were Mrs. Outside trade area: '1.00
and daughter, Lynne, of Jack Abbeville, S.C. and graveside community, grade point aver Following the meeting refreshments areas which include adult and The remaining service networks Marjorie Little, field repre- per year: ....00 six months
sonville, Mr. and Mrs. M.L. services Sunday in Marion, age and academic honors and were served by aging services children'smedical will be phased into
Waters and daughters of Mid- S.C.Mr. awards. Mrs. Richard Coss and Mrs.R. services, health services operation by this summer.
dleburg, Mr. and Mrs. John and Mrs. James Cash Darla is competing by Richards. mental health services, I '
Bradley,Jr. and son and Mrs. and family of Orlando spent examination, for further district mental retardation services, My Neighbors :1/11 fear king. cJLoi :
J.M. Bradley of Kingsley the weekend with her parents and state awards. She is social and economic services,
Lake. Sen. and Mrs. Charley Johns. the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. vocational rehabilitation, and l V (S
Thomas D. Christopher of 2.I y.J-. youth services.In Dog Grooming &
LTC and Mrs. V.J. Spenglerwere Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Starke. addition, four institutions (
in St. Augustine last Ritch of Gainesville were Sun- Mrs. L.G. Powell and Mrs. are located in District HI. r Baffling
Thursday visiting R.L. Spengler day dinner guests of Mr. and W.B. Mundy had lunch at They are Lancaster Youth All Breeds
and Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Mrs. Douglas Hardy. Morrisons in Orange Park on Development Center (Youth ,
Spengler.Mrs. 2101J'n0W Friday celebrating Mrs. Services), Alyce D. McPherson -
404 W. Madison St. Starke
Mr. and Mrs. G.V. Moran Powell's birthday.Mrs. School (Youth Services),
A.J. Barry and family and son, Steve, of New York Mrs. Clyde Sinclair visited Sunland Training Center (Retardation .
and Mrs. John E. Patterson City have moved to Kingsley her brother Will Slade, in .Genevieve Houghton of ), and the North Florida -kirk I J Call For Appointment Next To
Plggly
attended the Home and Patio Lake and are staying with her Memorial Hospital in Dallas, Texas, houseguest of Evaluation and Treat Til take anything even 964-5221 ( Wiggly'j
Show at the Civic Auditorium mother, Mrs. Louise Moore Savannah,Ga. from Thursdayto Dr. and Mrs. L.H. Jennings, ment Center (Mental Health) a crummy job like yours!" j
Sunday afternoon. while in the process of rebuilding luncheonslast
Saturday. was honored at two
the Moore home week. On Tuesday Mrs,
Mrs. Arlin McKnight and will live.
where
they Arthur Loudon underwenteye luncheon at
L.N. Pickering have Lex Green gave a
Mrs.returned after two weeks visit Kevin Crawford of Ocala surgery Monday in North Morrisons in Orange Park and LA BOY'S
Florida Regional Hospital. a luncheon was
Donald on Wednesday
with Col. and Mrs. spent the weekend with his
Koretz in Alexandria, Va. and grandmother, Mrs. W.H. Mr. and Mrs. P.D. Loudonof given Homestead by 16 Restaurant friends at the in
also visited Miss Priscilla Hart. His parents, Mr. and
Tampa spent Saturday to Keystone Heights. The Jennings -
Pickering at Clemson Univer- Mrs. Mike May,picked him up Thursday with Mr. and Mrs.WT. and Mrs. Houghton FACTORY AUTHORIZED

sity, Clemson, S.C. Sunday. _____.m_. Jackson, Sr. spent Thursday to Sunday
sight-seeing at Tarpon
Now Open Col. and Mrs. J.A. Griffin, Springs,Silver Springs and St. :
Dr. and Mrs. A.Y. Covington, Augustine. SALELJ
FUQURY'SCRRPET LTC and Mrs. V.J. Spengler,
Col. and Mrs. H.M. Hatcher: Local admittances to Brad-
CLEANING Jr. and Mir., J.F. Bloodworth ford County Hospital this
attended the retirement ceremony week include: Mrs. Addie
and reception for Col. Griffis, Maxville; Miss

Professional Surrounding Cleaning Areas For .Starke. & Albert afternoon Durrell in St. Augustine.Mrs. Thursday. Sandra Heights; Elroy Self Chambers, Keystone and Now, for a limited time, you can buy

Dr. Farah Johary, Raiford;
Steam or Shampoo David Mendenhall of Miss Geneva Wilkison, Mrs.
Stone Mountain, Ga. spent the Delma Tyler, Winfred Riddon that comfortable chair you'vealways
Everyone Knows It's About Time For weekend with her parents and Mrs. Victoria Monds,
Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Hardy. Lawtey Mrs. Martha Petty,
Spring Cleaning Mrs. Gene Ivey and son of Putnam; Hall; Doyle Glover, :! ;;: dreamed of
Eugene, Oregon, who have Lake Butler; Elisha Griffis, :7
Now Is The Time To Have your spent the past three weeks Mrs. Kay Baillie, Mrs. Hen

Carpets Cleaned with the Hardys left today, rietta Prescott,Curtis Varnes, substantial
Thursday. Lonzy Rhoden, Francis Sil- at a ..
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I National FFA Week CelebratedBradford "1776," Musical Drama To Be Staged March 13 At Stephen Foster AmphitheaterThe I

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Senior and Junior scientific farming practices. first on tour presentation City. In the
five radio programs. A cook. presentation, son and the shrewdness of
Future of the award our greatest American fore and folk arts is located on US-
Farmers of America Washington is considered thepatron out was held at the school winning housewives, students Benjamin Franklin
joined over 485,000 other FFA saint of the FFA and farm on Feb. 28 for membersand musical, "1776" will be pre- teachers, attorneys and led to the signing eventually of the fathers moves today's citizensto 41,)justs miles east of 1-75, at
members in the United States has come to symbolize the invited guests. sented at the Stephen Foster bankers have become Ben Declaration of Independence.The appreciate the heritage of agreat White Springs Fla.
in celebrating FFA WEEK FFA Treasurer. Organized in 1928, the FFA Center Amphitheater, White ,Franklin, John Adams and decision to form 'a more States.country the United
which started February 21. According to president promotes leadership, cooper Springs, March 13, 7:30: p.m. members of the Continental perfect union'did not reach its Dick Florida My Neighbors"I'm
Throughout the week the Tommy Miller, the Bradford ation and citizenship among Because of the many re i Congress. Every effort has climax in the Declaration of Hagood,
state's 250 chapters conducted Chapters began the celebration high school vocational agri- nearby from residents of ?been made achieve as much Independence without a Times-Union newspaper cor-
respondent, states In his
activities to support the with an FFA Field Day on culture students The FFA communities for historical accuracy as struggle of human thoughtsand
theme, "A FUTURE FOR Feb. 13 at the football sta Foundation Awards program tickets in January that could ,possible from the costuming human lives. History has recent review of the musical,
AMERICA." dium. Other activities Included provides chapter, state and not be accommodated, the ,.to the stage settings. Names come to prove that the results "the winner community has produceda
in the of
production
National FFA Week always sales of Bicentennial national recognition for Lake City Community Theater long remembered from his- were worth the sacrifice. '
Includes George Washington's chocolate candy and maga- supervised programs at agricultural is scheduling a return per- tory come to life as this great 2 Great moments of history 1776'and it promises an even"
birthday in observance of his zines, newspaper articles, production market formance of the drama at the hours and 20-mlnute drama- will be re-lived In"1776."This ing of good entertainment.
leadership in promoting sale of bumper stickers, and ing, processing and service. Stephen Foster Center Am- musical unfolds on stage. creative production Tickets the are available
phitheater next month, where In 1776 the Continental Con- historical through two sponsoring
most accurate
agents at a cost of $3.00 and
additional seating will be of the
gress original thirteen
account of the sadness
USDA Extends Deadline For available. American colonies laughter, $1.50.( Telephone reservationfor
ImplementingPublic met in and basic human Inter-
tickets will be
I More than 100 Columbia
Philadelphia to what
ponder ests involved in the famous tough
Assistance Payments To October 1 County residents spent four was to become the most Important decision of American Indepen- the Center from Monday
Friday 9 a.m.5:30
months concentrating their issue : p.m.
in the history of dence. Sensitivity in these
WASHINGTON The U.S. receives its food stamps by published in the Federal efforts for two sellout performances mankind independence. The times that truly tried 'men'ssouls'is Telephone Stephen Foster area Center 9043972192., Flo- not just one of your
Department of Agriculture'sFood mail. Register of Wednesday, Feb. in January at the rhetoric of John Adams, the projected in the musi- rida's cultural developmentfor run-of-the-mill runners-of-the-
and Nutrition Services The amended deadline was 25, 1976. Tison Auditorium in Lake enthusiasm of Thomas Jeffer- cal. Insights into the lives of the performing arts,crafts mill, you understand.;
has announced amendmentsto

food stamp program regu- .. O
lations extending the manda- .
n----i"S.e--P;
tory deadline for state welfare il
make iI t
Assistance FOOD
WithholdinPublic 46i I
(PAW) available to food OFF 17ozI J.

stamp recipients.Public CAN 9 ,.. I
Law 94-182,approvedDec. OFF
.31,sets an Oct. 1 deadline m I I I WITH THIS COUPON AT PANTRY. 55105 011I Q/d IITOIII"w.o.MARCH 3.rlIIglll:: I
for state agencies administering w.o..MARCH'0."T.LO""'OP IACH CENTS OFF COUPON WITH ,
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the food stamp program to STAR KIST TUNA \...; ,... MOSS. FOOD. =-TOSACCO E4.E4.E4.OE1.PSODUCTS ISCIUD/O. --'
withholding.implement public This extends assistance the I I FA I R

previous Jan. 1 deadline. - - --

Withholding Under Public, a Assistance household 6.5oz LIGHT 9 o (j-----ONE DOZEN '\

receiving public assistancecan CAN CHUNK II .
elect to have the cost of its EGGS I
full monthly food stamp allot- SUPSETRAMRAKREKETS I.
WITH THIS COUPON AT PANTRY MIDI
ment deducted from the cost MID,MARCH 10,..7..IIUITOP.. I
of its monthly welfare pay- \ MORI FOOD OKDIB TOUCCO ," OlllO/dnOIll"W.0'.IIICH3'YHIIIU' ANY SIZE I
320 SOUTH WITH THIS' COUPON AT PANTRY51010 0 d tTORIS WED MARCH)3 YHIII
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suggestions QUESTION for: freezing Do you fresh have BONELESS 30L1 BEEF 30L1 BEEF BLADE FULL CUTBONELESS 010.

fish so that it will keep the BEEFSTEAK
"fresh caught" eating SIRLOINSTEAKS CHUCKSTEAK
quality: (Mrs. C.W.) CHUCK '
ANSWER: Fish that will be
frozen should be very fresh.
Although freezing is an excel-
lent means for' preserving ROAST
quality, it cannot make poor
quality fish better, says the
Seafood Technology Specialist -
Cooperative Extension, U.S. GOVT. U.S. GOV.T. U.S. GOVT. U.S. GOVTINSPECTED
University of Florida, who INSPECTED
offers these important sug- INSPECTED INSPECTEDCORN CORN
FED
CORN
gestions: Before freezing, CORN FED BEEF FED LB FED
prepare the fish in its final use
form, such as pan dressed,

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PANTRY PRIDE 16 CONTADINA 38
QUESTION: Is cookingover ALL DOVELIQUID
charcoal the same as
broiling? (SOS Participant) FRUITCOCKTAIL
ANSWER: Yes. Broiling TOMATO
POWDER
means cooking on one side at a
time by direct heat from aflame

coals., electricity or glowing SAUCE DETERGENT DETERGENT


Perhaps you have asked
some of these same questionsor
have other questions
related to home economics. If 17oz 8oz e
so, please contact Mrs. Becky
Giebeig, County Extension CAN CAN 49oz 22ozEveryDavLowPrice
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Agricultural Building, P.O.
Drawer 1028, Starke, Florida
32091, or call on weekdaysfrom V CveryOayLowPrke V EveryDaytowPrke EveryDayLowPrice V EveryDayLowrPrke
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LA CHURCH By Elizabeth Terry ivtfli' ,_ 0 0


Church of God:
School 10 a.m. Worship
vices Prayer 11 meeting a.m. Tuesday and 7 : ,- mmt'a' "" ,- nrtJ.I -, '-I 'iJrrtIf.JlJI '- p '7 r_r a a'-IQ mrrnMa tJ.I s AI '

p.m.Evergreen YPE Friday Baptist at 7'30:: I TYLENOL II' VASELINE I II BRECK II I SPECIAL SIZE II III III I II

School vices 11 10 a.m.a.m.and Worship 6:30 I I I I MISS I CO VE GIRL, I I PERSOtllA 74' I

Prayer. Meeting I 'INTENSIVE' ARE II HAIR SPRAY II II DOUBLE EDGE I..

gram 7pmKaith over Baptist WPXE: Radio I BOTTLE TABLETS 0. 100 I I LOTION10OIMCEREG.. I I ,- ,, I I LIQUID-', BLADES I

a.m.a.m. Worship Sunday.Services Bible 11 I LIMIT 1 W* !!II I HERBAL LIMIT AND 1 I" I I AVAILABLE I IN 5 TYPES :>'\ I II I AISORMAKE LIMIT 1 I I Iii11M 0 0 ddB'1I 1

and Study Wednesday 7:30 p.m.7:30:Prayer p.m. I ;: i.f.O I ,,1V I II I !io.i.11 I i. 1 TUNGSTEN STEEL 29 t pe II-JW1edtUU 0 i I II

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Grace United :\ M S CT,
Sunday ship Services School 9:45 11: a a.m.m. I 69 I I 69 II I II 59 I 17 a.TUNG.STEEL IIMIT ONE rL A .
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Highland Baptist: '_____ a Itltl>rAl-----'.---J: 1_____-.::_, _____. '1____-F .: -mar ,

School Prayer vices 11 10 Meeting a a.m..m. Worship\and\ 6 '-IIUII'.mml; ( -" '--III'JI'-C'It: '- m.mJII'r) '"; J '-I tI.mn '"'I'.' C '- :

pm:\iirthside Baptist: 1CONTAC I 10'S I I ii"I I I I BALSAM cain RICHARDS I I BABY JOHNSON'S POWDER I I IBARBASOLCUBIfC '" I I ,
fM Kihv' CREAM
School vices 11 10 am a morship. and 7 COLD alRe CAPSULES of 10 \ \ e0b Pack I t I I I I I I I
Prayer Meeting \ 9 Pf 12 Hour Cold ; 77 t Softens Dry Skin. :1159RS 11434".ounc"R' 1Relu
pm. %B 1> /. Limit 1 Limit 1 --':"'- Limit 1 83< Limit 1 4J: :; :
United Methodist I i I 1 II I I I I

ship Gainesville officers District attended ____ Coupon good thru Sat.3/6/70 i .,.. Coupon good thru Sat. 3/6/76 ....Coupon good thru Sat.3/6/76 Coupon thru Sat.3/6/76 _...___Coupon good thru Sat.36n6lPAftmJ / '
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:Meeting on Tuesday. ----- .----- ._ \----- t..i a.:---, 14----- II .-----Ili1 -::-"
attending were Rev Jim
Teresa Devore, #- i r 1 M, -
Muse Dale Tra\lor, .. ... TUSSY 1 ...
Hand and Cheryl 1- I. I I I-
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NAIL POLISH *

pate menUry All in pupils SCHOOL the School at :NEWS Lawtey will I ,,,I, BAN ROLL-ON I I 129 J to Attortad chooM LIMIT shades ONE from.T I II JOHNSON'S I II

Test of Basic Skills this )
Parents will receive ''Iban Coupon good thru Sat.3/6/76 'BABY SHAMPOO
results in about one DEODORANTPlB i
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The Law ley I I : I
defeated Southside 12-11 1.5-Ounce 11-ounce Bottle.
spectlball game last Size, Limit 1 c a Limit 1 Bottle
day Anthony Williams aan P'l1ISI'MIIT... I ,POLISH -- I 'haleI ""'"
coring with three goals. -- 9
REMOVER
defensive 4
were standing Gerald Guillion ell I II[]I I 3-ounce lit*. I I
Steve Marshall.Other *Plaaiantlyicantad.
scoring were Mitch JHfr 1A 7SA4Ufork 29 Limit 1
Phillip Lee. Lex f good thru Sat.3/6/76 I I Coupon good thru Sat.3/6/76/ I

Keith Richard Badillo Washington '- _ r f ...e/ 'II .... Coupon good thru Sat.3/6/76 '-
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was defeated by
Penny Henderson '-IP7tm'fJlu'JtmJ:' ''' -% #- G\ ua/f/ >' uf..m -% #-lIJ:fmJ tJJJ '' /-g tmJ .)!J -'

week Last wring for week for counting the was girl's the | LISTERINE c" I II| STAYFREEaaiMi PAPS I EMERY CUTEX BOARDS .1 I.1Pack II I LADIES'BATHING 7-PIECE SUITS I II(.FOOTSIES POMPOM: A\ I
= MOUTHWASH
membership Lawtey Elementary.is 233. I Nil A 32 oune. Bottlel I I Box of 10 I of 6-7" I 11 I AAut. colors, II I 79%Cotton, f VI FA I
withI
Antiseptic mouth Absorbent Peel. N j Ionl'mery x prints end. <21% Nylon
1139 II CFor carefree 117 boards.LIMIT. >sizes. Reg 7.99 77 cushiRag sole A V \
wash. Limit 1 day
PERSONALSb1r l 1 .
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and Mrs. Wayne | I II I 2 II'I SUITS 3.88 I II TJ
tafson of Green Cove _. ___ Coupon good thru Sat.3J6/7L TA5 Coupon good thru Sat.3/6/76 Coupon good thru Sat. 3/6/76 iK.1 q tJ .. ...Coupon qood thru Sat. 3/6/76 li t.1 a +, Coupon good thru sat. 3/6/76 ( "1.1
spent the weekend with ..._ _.... r % I ,_ ..._ \_ It./
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Uobbs grandparents and family, Mr. and and '-amtmJ -l(atTff nTTlflfSfI IJ/H IJ IP7"l ''Jm WJ ,- -,

and Arlie Mr sons Dobbs.and Billy!Mrs and O.J.\ 17)r I PEPSODENT $ TOOTHPASTE fI/ COTTON
kins'attended funeral Mrs in Beulah I '6 oz 5 OZ.. ORal NEW I II I MED HARD OR I II I Pack Safety of DoubU 170 .r//i.: .,.. I II I thong Comfortable,type.sandals... !I 44< and Assorted fashion sites 'AW I
at Riverside !Memorial 5 7 C FORMULA, LIMIT 119'1 LIMIT' 4CURAD T 49 tipped iwabi. .137 with straw Rtg colors. Rag S9< .
tery We Tuesday.are glad to I T YOUR CHOICE OhE I I Limit 1 1 I 199

Mrs Gladys Carter is ..V..... Coupon good thru Sat. 3/6/7te! .... Coupon good thru Sat.3/6/76 l Coupon good thru Sat.3/6/76 ay: Coupon good thru Sat 3/6/76 ;i- Coupon good thru Sat. 3/6/76/ I IIIWIlfff
better, from the flu but ..._--- r1IW,,.., r ,..-----.::-mss1111+1 -----.::.-...-, \_---- 25 / %_---- /
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Hospital '- : JiU.t jW' :]
:Mr and Mrs: Ted '''f h"..
Lisa their parents of Gainesville:Mr and i, .. _.. {, %. I KNEE w ANKLE Nl Reg. "M'j tJltl GUsjfWl\\
Raymond Bryan, HOSIERY 99' l ,
'vening. I Assorted shades I 1\ SOFT COLORS
POPSICLE
:Mrs Tommy BONUS BOX II PAK 'OnestnfttsaIl I, .. WEDGE HEELS
Jacksonville was a ...Q OF 80 Of 5 9'oucrnrsA LIMIT ONE REG, 499
overnight guest of her Co.v I 2 TWO PAK
:Mrs C R. Crews SANDALS
.
Coupon good thru Sat 3/6/76 .
they visited:Mr and '
BANDAGES
('rews and family and wo" '-----__ SAVE
(Crews of Starke. "ye I
:Mrs Ruby Leite and Assorted plastic e t.ii
Ruth Stemhouser o''
v ille. spent Tuesday with their cousms.Ir.! S3 SPRAY CLEANER22oz 388
Mrs O.J. Anders i plastic
Mr and Mrs: James spray bottle.
man and family 188
for REG 1 1.19
birthday party I
nephew. Andrew Jacksonville Sunday 1 I 'II .. ... Coupon good thru Sat 36n6UP.7lf'ltlJ /
noon They had a ... _ -_
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md mings cake with all the '- "' '-lU=''Jm1J a -% -U'Afll'lff: WJ r -% -7 )!J' I- t.'lJ a a .

and Mr and of:Mrs Chuck : I DUOTAN6 O'C, I I LYSOL I II I ASSORTED I II MEN'S, LADIES' I ASSORTED PICTURE
Lake
sons City
Sunday dinner guests BRIEF FOLD Djll TOILET ROW CLEANER oI = TOWELSAsst WORK GLOVES; |FRAMES i
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parents:Moore Mr. and Mrs. 2//< I I 11 squeeze 16-oz.pllltic bottleC I II I colors. d..i9n.1Il1 I Cotton gloves. I I WalnutAm.Black and.
:Mr and Mrs. Carl eololl .. 1199
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# 2199 77eT 288 sues' 48 REG. 88'PR.tA. !J sizes
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and man their Norman daughter.Irs., went! I I + I 2 II I I 349 'II I I I EA Rags to 2.79

Robbing Gainesville .. Coupon qood thru Sat 3' :,,, .... Coupon good thru'Sat 3/6/76/ .... thru Sat 3/6/76 ___ Coupon qood thru Sat 3/6/76- ...
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day While there they ._--- .......-"" .aLI----....-/ ._---- / .----- :: .. /
their grandson,
man Shands S+-G mj 11FL'C! 1ww" '-Im71'mlI.llJ r r -, '-IaRrrrtt.lJa.llJ1 'i11tr'/t1lactJ.l a e -% ,- 7L F11 'a tJ.I a -"

some leave:Mrs the better Ruby hospital but Gayno not as of I 10lDIII I II I MOTHBALLS II 20-011I(1 I WOOLITE I I II I "

her spent aunt two days:Mrs last Rossie I TRASH GRASS I II II I I II I WINDEX B I 16 OZ. LIQUID -I 6 I I LYSOL .:::,'"

dishMajor Dougherty and and boys Mrs. I BAGS' II I I 1-rOUND ROX. I (GLASS CLEINER11 I I WASHABLES FOR All OF YOUR.' TINE' =. I 11 I SPRAY _

Erma Wilson of 40 BAGS. REG. 3.49 J IIY' 1 ( ''n WITH FREE SPRAYER I
:Mr and Mrs. George I I I I //JL\, \ I I
and Elizabeth of r LIMIT I
1III II
Ray and Bill Wilson of II ell J1 TWO REG. LIMIT ONE # :
I
sity were of weekend Florida guests I fij qd" R,114..799C I I aatT. I REG. 49 =W d=:a N\ I 1.89 124 .I I : I 140E 1" ...;.;i

parents Wilson. Col. and :Mrs I 20 Gal ..''S -., I : II 6Se .:;: a i I _/' I REG.1.5B '-- -

!Marjorie Mrs Betty Whetsel Tresca of I t ; I I t 't I I t ,1 I I -
Heights visited their Coupon good thru Sat. 3/6 d m. .. Coupon good thru Sat 3/6/76 -----.J Coupon good thru Sal. 3/6/76 Coupon good thru Sat. 3/6/76/ ft.-
.
Mrs. Jeanne Lee %
Mr. and !Mrs Randy ._--- / d ._---- -J :: --- -." \_---- /
and Mr. and !Mrs

Games ton and of daughter Starke were and PEOPLE 1 TRUST ECKERD'S FORQUALIFY TWICE TWICE
dinner guests of their
Mr and Mrs. Earl Test THE PRINTS ECKERD'S THEFEM'
,
helped their son
celebrate his 13th PRESCRIPTIONS./ Ce an extra set of FAMOUS When you pick up
anniversary prints with every roll your developed film
Mrs. Martha of color or PHOTO and prints, buy two
!Mrs Mae Wells
were black white filmdeveloped rolls
and of Kodacolor
or
day evening dinner f and OFFER. black and whit film
her nephew and AT LOW! LOW PRICES !
.
.. for the
and Mrs. Ray Nugen .7 printed TODAY regular.. priceof
Miss Ruth Green of AND EVERYDAY one. TODAY
turg AND EVERYDAY

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I I SYLVANIA O-P 'i:: II I
HERSHEY -.... II VISUAL SCENE I
II _A INSIDE. FROST I I GRADIENT. LENS II I I PHOTOAGE I I COLOR I

I SYRUP I I LIGHT BULBS !I (SUNGLASSES I ALBUM I! I! REPRINTS
! I.O Airman Cox Selected
I 1 IB. CAN-REG. S3 .,'OOW Reg. 4 FOR 1.84 MEN'S ft LADICS' STYLES FROM YOUR FAVORITE SAME SIZE" For Weapon Training
r I LINEN COVER. ASSORTED COLORS.
I I I I I COLOR NEGATIVE.REGULAR 1.50 SAN ANTONIO Airman

I 39 ""ICHOCOIJTlP' I / r I !. -=' ; ..' ; I 5// I Joseph Starke Mrs. Henry,E.has Cox been E., son Cox selected of,Mr.Rt.and for 2,

14/9' 399 1.1169 :, 33 technical training in the U.S.
II (IMITONE I I '\ I : I -.. "j J I PRINTS I Air Force maintenance munitions and field weapons at-

I CS If FOR I I" Lowry AFB, Colo.
316176 I I euiesr.. ,, I .. ,, I I II I The airman recently completed
coupon qood thru Sat a Coupon thru Sat. 3/6/76 (1 : basic training at Lack
_--------H\-/good U- ...Coupon good thru Sat.3/6/76 ,, Coupon qood thru Sat.3/6/76 t.1 ...Coupon qood thru Sat. /6/76/ land AFB, Tex., where he
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studied the Air Force mission
-a"" -... ,-J 'i1tr1i1IJat'lJ&t1dl 'AItr1iI 'lJIlIJ II. '-J 'i1l'm''lJ""" -' '-lD7m : organization received special and instruction customs and in

I 1101 OF 100 PACKS I II I FLAVOR HOUSE DRY ROAST I II I CERTRON 90MMUTERECORDING I II I SYLVANIA ECKERD human relations.
II ; Airman Cox is a 1975 gra-
SWEET 'N LOW
CASHEWS TAPE///J/ MAGICUMS rrr J
gaj _t i PLAYING at'lJ"'tJi-m duate of Bradford High

69*, Granulatedsugar. subttitute.; t T-= ,-' "_- + I 9 9 7-oz.sugar R.9. 1.39 Boltl or oil added.No set...rows,,.,. I I OF PACK/B/ | o90nuta J Rag 3.99... I I 11393 i cubes fluh.get. [MAOJgUBES....' i.. .. I II I 2/5/ &&k C : I School.

I Limit i 1 II I LIMIT 2 !I J I LIMIT 3 I I 2 II I W V REG 49' y Scouting ',

'Coupon--.good thru Sat. 3/6/76 1.." t 1 Coupon qood thru Sat. 3/6/76/ & J ___ Coupon good thru Sat. 3/6/76 Coupon qood thru Sat. 3/6/76 *-* .1 ... Coupon good thru Sat.3/ /176 .
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,- Carolyn Eaves

# (:, 1 I I I NORELCO tCUPCOFFEEMAKER I II e I (a 1 1 B84-S812
Junior and Cadette Girl
.
I BOX OF 200, FACIAL I 5130Reg.Modal. 1 I TEXAS INSTRUMENT 1200 -. not Scouts delivering order in cookies.cookies Starke If are this you busy year did
12188 27.99 5-FUNCTION
I and wish to do so please hurry
I i and call your favorite scout.
t Coupon good thru Sat.3/6/76 : Cadette Troop no.520 has
CALCULATOR choosen as its Hidden
1 | Heroines for this year all
fromer and current leaders
U(99I r :;_SAVE_ and assistant leaders in
(/ < I HAMILTON REACH $2.07 I Starke are a former Girl Scouting.leader and If have you
I SLOW COOKER I 1088dI9ItdISPlay.4"------ not received an invitation
1 4V4 pacify Ot.Ca'"P'RedGingham j 1IiII please Cadettes let are me honoring know. their The
Heroines with Tea March
daugn. I a on
Reg. 10. at the First United
I Coupon thru Sat.3/6/76/ 41.J
good
Coupon good thru Sat.3/6/76 1699 N Methodist Church Fellowship
___ Coupon good thru Sat. 3/6/76 ggj Hall from-4:30 p.m.We hopeto
----- :; have a good attendance.
Sunday March 7, is Girl
'- a C :! .'1TJ a -' ,- :! -, ,-amJm:! r '-I 7m'iT' jQ r r -' Scout Sunday and the

I CURTISS CANDY I PACK OF 100 9-IN. '- ... II I 5/8-IM./ 50-FT. VINYL I I LLOYD'S PORTABLE iI I G.E. STEAM DRY I Week.following All week Girl is Scouts Girl Scout are
:iramtm. AM RADIO encouraged to their
NUGGETS OR CHIPS PAPER PLATES : \\\ I II I J/h GARDEN HOSE) IRON wear

I Limit 1 8 Buti o<.box rlmarj .ofar .... I II I Whit Reg 98 only<' ,.- II I Light Reg.4 weight..99 .'11599 I SENSITIVE AM i1 ', I Model AEG. : F63." I II uniform United Sunday Methodist to or their attend own Church the churchon First or
5 7 Chip or 'It. 69 Limit 1 _1.- 366 POCKET RADIO. 999
I I Two Boby Ruth St. Edwards Catholic Church.
Nugg.lt.Coupon 'II II I J I I REI.IIIINIJJ' I Leaders, see you at the
i good thru Sat. 3/6/76 ... Coupon good thru Sat. 3/6/76/ l Coupon qood thru Sat. 3/6/76/ ___ Coupon qood thru Sat. 3/6/76 ... Coupon qood thru Sat.3/6/76 ...... Neighborhood meeting tonightat
\-- _. .._ -- ,----- tt/ 7:30: at the Methodist
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Church
!"!!'! I > 7l'm' .1 """,. -' -aml'm'aT "" '-"" r-aaia'Cr1l1 i cIIJ_-' '4 -amm !LJtLLl ;: ,-.-aRll'm'lI 1...'lJ__, .% enjoyed Brownie a Troops Cook-Out 311 at and Gold 127
14-IN. a 14-IN. 6IN.HIBACH1 l-QT. CHARCOAL rIHAR.t EVERAIN OSCULATING MOOR DISSTON I. 4-OUNCE Head Branch State Park last
I -sSS.... STARTER STARTER I II I SPRINKLER/ II I II I GRASS SHEARS I ELMERS GLUE w I Brownies Saturday took While a Nature there Hike the

I Cat iron. --_":- I I For a fat : I II I t Coven 2200 I .. I I I II I Dries clear,futWIthout accompanied by Mrs. Harold
8 8 l I.gs. ufa fire. nh Sq. Feet ::;;it. 88Cordlen.Re. & strong No Davis Mrs. Doyle Thomas,
9 R.g.11.88 4 9 Reg 664Limit II 3" w adiustablacycles.. 1 10 night. Rag 4 4 harmful fumes =..=. = Mrs.Ed Kimutis Mrs. Velma
I Limit 1 II 1 TTT 2 II I 4.49L.mlt1. Reg. I I 13.99 II Rex.75b! LIMIT 1 .8 Thigpen Mrs,Miss Dale Debbie Brown.Thigpenand

Coupon good thru Sat. 3/6/76 ... /i! .... Coupon good thru Sat. 3/6/76 ... Coupon good thru Sat.3/6/76 3 .. !, ___ Coupon good thru Sat. 3/6/76 __ Coupon good thru Sat 3/6/76/ 'r7 I Carolyn Eaves
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'-I !Jm, :! (f1I

1,_ I 4.QUART Pot"ng !I J "Til1.rill.1!fJPf IW' r r I the_Old yimEI?

VINYL I POTTING. SOIL to ; _"" I I ELECTRIC FLEX-LINE S'" 0 .' '- "

I I'' zed.. I GRASS EDGER
I COMBINATION I 49Ready !! ,. I INSTANT II fVrj&e

Coupon odthr 3/6/76 I AND TRIMMER \
6999:
% = START h
I LOUNGER : SWITCH \ I II "Juvenile delinquency is the
r o o
EXTRUDEDNYLON result of parents Trying' 10' train

_._- I 1 12-IN. PLASTIC J'I(' WITH SPRING LINE 5g88 the children bottom.without" stalling out at
I : aaWI HANGING LOADED fEED. 1

I 988sevenposltlons. I 4*ft and Plastic chain PLANTER. .in er .''I;_ I OVER.All LENGTH 56" I LAWTEY
I 2 assorted colors -- f I
Coupon good thru Sat 3/6/76 I Reg.344 t.+'' ..... Coupon good thru Sat 3/6/76/ I-1om Page 16))
Coupon good thru Sat 3/6/76 "wL W.S. Crews of Jacksonville
_ ".1l
% visited his mother, Mrs.
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Pierce Crews, Sunday after.
'- 'AIl'm''lJ"' ''--... *-II : !fII1! [t7L!i'. 1% 'G iAF t71' 'lJ""", 1::. '-liIFIl'm' ltll': II.I noon.Mr.andMrsTommy.

I PET 'M TICK ft etmar I 7 730 .-. r i I 'tJI I I STP 01 I and son of Jacksonville Talley were
Litt' mmm1ltII"B-II & REEL ZIP CAR WAX OIL TREATMENT :' Saturday luncheon guests of
I FLEA Kills COLLAR fleas and ticks. I Combination + I Waxes as it I I for Add improved to your oil, low I John their parents.Tye. Their Mr brother-m-and Mrs
1188 head to tail for up 177( : : : complete with L / washes;Cleans III II 99 engine service.Reg. -:.- II law and sister Mr. and Mrs.
1 ) mono line. 99 ai it shines F.L. also of Jacksonville
to 90 days. Reg 'J 1 39 Roberts -
I 269 LIMIT TWO !I I REG.99' f II I R.9.15.98 'II I LIMIT 20 02.ONE Req 1.39 I I LIMIT TWO visited. them Saturday
___ 3/6/76 ... Sat. 3/6176 ... thru Sat 3/b/6 ... Coupon qood thru Sat 3/6/76 evening.Mr.
Coupon goad thru Sat. 3/6/76 (Coupon good thru Sat. Coupon good sera Coupon qood V and Mrs. Gene Pearson
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'- oq (.w a o -' 4-l 'iJlfJMlr"JJ o o -' '-G f1fTEip )Jj a a -' '-l mtrm1J '"l!!o o -' '-R 'lJfJ1MlI"lJ! r o -' on daughter her birthday., Mrs. Tom Guests Tatum included -,

I QUAKER STATE HD I II!I AIR CONDITIONER I II I BIC WITH BICLIGHT I FREE PEN I I CLEAR PLASTICSWEATER ASSORTED I II I POLYESTER ;' Mr. and her Mrs.uncle Frank and family Camp,,

I MOTOR SAE LIMIT I 36 I II! FILTERS I II I WRITE t '!If" o I LIDS COLOR I II I BED { \ and aunt Debbie Mrs Mrs.and Greg Fedak Bryan Lafoon, and and, Mr.her her

1 OIL QUARTS I II I ASSORTED SillS. I II I LIGHT I I BOX BEG. 1.99 I I PILLOWS Jr.family< Sincere, John, Tom and Tatum Robin., Tommy of the

I II I IEG. L9{ 1 II 1 REG.1.49 LIMIT Z I SEE-THRU PLASTIC _. .1' REG.3.29 z, ........ I II community and Mrs. Benton sympathy is extended Futch to and Mr.

I II I I ''f I / I II IMOlOa Mrs.family Warren, and Kelly their,due mother to the,
,. ,. III 119 ,., : 2t/5/ death of Mr Warren Kelly
51 48 1188 Saturday morning.
I I MACHINE Mrs. Pierce Crews visited
I Ott II I I her nephew and niece, Mr.
I I WASHABLE and Mrs. W.F. Atwood and
'
... ..!I family, Sunday afternoon.Mr.
X_ Coupon good thru Sat. 3/6/76 ".1 ... Coupon goad thru S...3/6/76 .1 ... Coupon qood thru Sat 3/6/76 ... Coupon good thru Sat. 3/6/76 '" Coupon good thru Sat. 3/6/76/ A .and Mrs. Henry Hodges
----- ----- -------= =--" ------ -- '-------=-" and children went to Disney
World Orlando on Saturday.
PRICES GOOD TH RU SATURDAY! From there they visited relatives -
SOME ITEMS LIMITED SUPPLYI! i J.e.at Prevatt Fort Meade.and his grandson -
Kenneth Prevatt of
PRICES GOOD ONE FULL WEEK! THURS, MARCH 4 tfcra WED. MARCH 10 Gainesville, were Saturday
dinner guests of his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt.

0ODPOC(!)( (! D aQ00Q( (! Daily 9.9 Sunday 9-6 Other grandsons guests, Timmy were their and
Wayne Harper Sunday
morning ilermie Kelly and
831 S. WALNUT ST. STARKE .J 1 I Cecil guests Whitehead of Saturday were morning.their I
Mrs. Joyce Futch of Black-
shear Ga. visited her sister,
.. Miss Elizabeth Terry,on Sun ,
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I LEGALS LEGALSIN HAMPTON AREA NEWS by Josephine Fontaine BROOKER IN BRIEFBy


THE CIRCUIT COURT OF NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO NOTICE CITY NEWS at the Recreation Center had baked that morning with Jeannette Prescott

THE FOURTH JUDICIAL CIR- REGISTER The Board of County Commissioners The regular meeting of The Craft Class meets each the assistance of their ELECTION TUESDAYThe The wedding will be held!

CUIT, IN AND FOR BRADFORD FICTITIOUS NAME of Bradford County Hampton City Council has Wednesday at 2:30: p.m. Any- teacher, Mrs. Noelle Silk. 1976 Presidential Preference this Friday, March S. in the

COUNTY, FLORIDA. Pursuant to Section 86609 Florida has selected the following been postponed until 8 p.m. one interested in crafts is wel- This program included a Primary election will Brooker Baptist Church. All

Florida Statutes, notice is hereby as the Polling Places Clerks Tuesday March 16, due to the come to attend.Teenagers discussion: designed to help be held at the Community friends and neighbors are

CASE NO. 76-44 given that the undersigned t and Inspectors for the Presidential Presidential Preference Primary of Hampton the kindergarteners see the Center in Brooker on Tuesday Invited to attend.

IN RE: The marriage of WILLIE Joyce Barton and Olden W. Preference Primary to beheld election to be held at the Christian Church enjoyed changes all children, includ- March 9, with polls open from

TOMPKINS Husband, and Barton, Rt. 2. Box 462-N, (Melrose March 9, 19761DISTRICT: City Hall on March 9. roller skating last Tuesday at ing themselves, experience. 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Inspectors are PERSONALS

SYBIL RAE NOBLES TOMPKINS Bradford County, Florida. City Clerk Mary Allen the Lake Butler Skating Rink. Many were surprised to realize as follows: Mrs. Theo Dyal Mr and Mrs. W.A. Bishop of I

Wife. 32666, doing business under the *1 announces that she will be at Belated birthday wishes to they themselves had once Mrs. Muriel Kelley, Mrs. Mobile, Ala., and friend Mrs.

firm name of "JOYCE'S LAWTEY the City Hall each Mondayand Carl Dennison, who is knownto been babies. Doris Kelley and Mrs. Jacqueline Jacob spent several days
NOTICE OF ACTIONTo TACKLE Rt. 2 Box 462, D.L SHUFORD his friends The fourth and fifth grade
N. Wednesday from 9:30 to as Peck. His Moore. Please exercise recently visiting Mrs. Pearl
: Melrose, Bradford County. COUNTY COMMISSIONER birthday was February 28. classes are having a special
11:30: a.m. Anyone having right to choose your Markey.
Sybil Rae Nobles Tompkins Florida, 32091. Intends to PRECINCT '1. LAWTEY business with the clerk may Please call your news items unit of Indians under the Instruction candidate.your While Mrs. Vynessie Bar-

Residence Unknown register said fictitious narna CITY HALL LAWTEY. see her at that time.ORGANIZATIONS. tomcat 468-1156,or mail themto of Principal Casey ber,of Sunny Vale, Calif., and!
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an under the provisions of aforesaid CLERK: Hazel Muse INSPECTORS P.O. Box ICO<< Hampton. They are studying the various her son-in-law and daughter

action for dissolution of statute. : Ferrell Jean Ben- groups of Indians and will be BRIDAL, SHOWERA Bill and Emma Hagar of West

marriage has been filed and you Joyce Barton and Olden W. nett, Laura Bryan Alberta Lee The Hampton 4-H Club met SCHOOL NEWS doing reports on Indian crafts miscellaneous shower Lake, La. were visiting Mrs.

are required to serve a copy of Barton, owners. Colston. March 1 at the elementary Hampton Elementary and skills. honoring Miss Kay Lewis, Carolin Lawson and family in

your written defenses. If any to Dated this 19th day of February PRECINCT#2. KELLY. LAW school. Twenty-two members, School kindergarteners hosteda Sixth graders are complet bride-elect of Bob Dyal was Lake City last week, Mrs.

it on petitioner's attorney, A.D. 1976, at Starke. TEY VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT., six leaders, and one new party for younger brothersand ing weaving projects which held in the Brooker Baptist Paul Prescott and Johnny,

whose/ name end address is Florida LAWTEY. member attended. Refreshments sisters as well as motherson their art teacher, Mrs. Meal, Church educational buildingon accompanied by her daughter

MYRON C. PREVATT JR., 2/194tp3/1i1 CLERK: June Brown Pres were served after the Wednesday Feb. 25, in introduced to them. The Thursday, Feb. 26 at 7:30: Mrs. Kathy Thornton and
P.O. Box 634, Keystone ------ ----- cott. INSPECTORS: Sharon( program. connection with a unit of studyon weaving Is the first of a seriesof p.m. Hostesses were Grace sons of Starke, visited with

Heights, Florida 32666, on or NOTICE OF INTENTION Fayson Dorothy Moultrie. Ben- Hampton Senior Citizenswill the family Nine mothersand Bicentennial crafts that the Blgham Jean Douglas, them on Tuesday, Feb. 24.

before March 16, 1976 and file TO REGISTER jamin F. McCulley. meet at 7 p.m. on March 5 11 little ones, aged five class will be learning this Johnnie Green, Dolly Harrell,

the original with the clerk of this FICTITIOUS NAME PRECINCT #3, CRAWFORD, months to four years, at- Spring. Mrs. Carole Shields is Mildred Harrell, Betty Hayes, ---

court either before service on Pursuant to Section 86509 BRADFORD COUNTY FAIR tended. assisting her sixth graders in ]lean Lewis, Edith Melvin, Education is learning a lot

petitioner's attorney or immediately Florida Statutes, notice la BUILDING, STARKE. LEGALSIN The kindergarteners shared constructing a Bicentennial Freida Mott, and Lea Temple about how little we know

thereafter; otherwisea hereby given" that the undersigned CLERK: Lucille Carter. IN- with their guests some of the collage entitled "This Is Approximately 40 guests --

judgment will be entered for Rose Marie White, Rt. SPECTORS: Shellie Gerle things they do and materials America To Me." Studentsare attended. The hostess' gift to There Is nothing so strong

the relief demanded in the petit 15, Box 303-B, Maxville, Florida( Unnie Williams, Dianne Yawn. THE CIRCUIT COURT OF they use at school.: They then bringing in various pictures the honoree was an electric and safe In any emergency

32204 doing business under the FLORIDA, EIGHTH JUDICIAL served delicious cookies they depicting their appreciation fry pan. in life as the simple truth.

tion.WITNESS my hand and the firm name of "THE BARKING DISTRICT CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR BRAD of being an American,*

seal of this Court on this 16th LOT," 404 West Madison GEORGE W. ROBERTS,JR. FORD COUNTY.

day of February, 1976.GILBERT. Street, Starke, Bradford COUNTY COMMISSIONER
County, Florida, 32091, intendsto PRECINCT #4, BAYLESS, CASE NO.7657CPI12411). OFFICIAL PRESIDENTIAL PREFERENCE PRIMARYAND

BROWNAs register said fictitious name BRADFORD FIRE DEPART- ( )

Clerk of the Court under the provisions of aforesaid MENT, STARKE.

By: Marian McRaeAs statute. CLERK: Joe Qssy. INSPEC-- IN RE: The Estate of MARY H. SPECIAL ELECTION BALLOT

Deputy Clerk Rose Marie White sole TORS: Oleeta Hardenbrook ROWE, Deceased.

2/194tchg 3/11 owner Grace Page, Ernestine Underhill.
Dated this 19th day of PRECINCT *5, PLEASANT NOTICE OF
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NOTICEOFAPPLICATION February, A.D. 1976 at Starke, GROVE, BRADFORD COUNTY ADMINISTRATIONTO DEMOCRATIC PARTY
FOR Florida. HIGH SCHOOL. STARKE ALL PERSONS HAVING

TAX DEED W.2.: .4p.l3LlL_______ CLERK: Nita McRae. IN- CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN SPECTORS: Nellie McGee, Ella AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE

that W.R. Alderman, the holderof NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Mae Chastain, Margaret A. Cox. AND ALL OTHER PERSONS BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA

the following certificates has REGISTER PRECINCT#6, VANDERBILT, INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE: ,

filed said certificates for a tax FICTITIOUS NAME HOME OF E.L. (NOOK) YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat

deed to be issued thereon. The Pursuant to Section 86509 NORMAN BAYLESS HIGHWAY the administration of the

certificate numbers and years of Florida Statutes, Notice is STARKE. estate of MARY H. ROWE Sample Sample

issuance, the description of the hereby given that the under CLERK: Mary Ella Watterson. deceased.File Number 76-57-CP

property, and the names in signed PAUL C. NUGENT, Jft. INSPECTORS: Unda Bowen, (1-2411)( ), Is pending in the Or-

which/ it was assessed as Post Office Box 303 Hampton( Joan J. Dyal, Margaret L. Nor cuit Court for Bradford County, March 9. 1976

follows: Bradford County, Florida man Florida, Probate Division the

Certificate No. 60. :32044, doing business under the address of which is the office of INITIALS OF ISSUING

Year of Issuance 1968. firm name of "T-n-E ELEC DISTRICT Gilbert S. Brown Clerk of the SIGNATURE OF ELECTOR OFFICIAL

Description of Property: 1 Lot TRIC," Post Office Box 303, BLANDINGRALPH Circuit Court, Post Office

208 75 Sq Lying in SW Cor. of Hampton, Bradford County, P. BRYAN, Drawer B, Bradford County
Florida 32044 COUNTY COMMISSIONER Courthouse, Starke Florida. (STUB NO. 1))
NW'of SW'/4' Sec: 18, TWP, intends to regis ,
S, R22. ter said fictitious name under the PRECINCT in, RENO, R.J.E. The personal representative of

Name in which assessed: provisions of aforesaid Statute. HIGH SCHOOL STARKE. the estate (is OLAN ROWE,

Jessee TysonAll Paul C. Nugent, Jr., sole CLERK: William T. Holland. whose/ address is 403 North St.

of said property being in owner INSPECTORS: Corean McNeal, Clair Street Starke, Florida.

the County of Bradford. State of Dated this 9th day of Feb Ethel Hall, Louise Broxton All persons having claims or

Florida. ruary, A.D. 1976 at Hampton, PRECINCT #8, SEABOARD demands against the estate are OFFICIAL PRESIDENTIAL PREFERENCE PRIMARY
Unless such certificate or Florida OLD NATIONAL GUARD required WITHIN THREE
ARMORY MONTHS FROM THE DATE
STARKE. OF
certificates shall be ,
redeemed /s/ Paul C. Nugent, Jr.
CLERK: Bill Epperson. IN- THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
according to law the property 2/12 4tchg 3/4/
described in such certificate, or -- SPECTORS: Sue Little, Peggy THIS NOTICE to file with the AND SPECIAL ELECTION BALLOT
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certificates Shaller, Bernadine Early. dark of the above Court a
will be sold to the
highest bidder at the court NOTICE Or NAMES Or PERSONS PRECINCT #9, KEYSTONE. written statement of any claim
APPEARING TO BE OWNERS! Of SOUTHSIDE ELEMENTARY or demand they may have. Each
house door 16th
on the day of
ABANDNEDPIIOPEIITY( SCHOOL, STARKE. claim must be in writing and DEMOCRATIC PARTY
March
1976.
Pursuant lo Section' II Chapter 1)7.Florida ,
CLERK: Shirley Moore INSPECTORS must indicate the basis for the
Dated this 9th day of February Statuftt. tnmied 'Florida'
1976. Deposition. of Unclaimed' Property : Lucille Godwin claim the name and address of
A listed below appear to bo Sill and BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA
Me ten don. ney the amount claimed. If
By: Gilbert S. Brown owner of unclaimed, personal, or .in. ,
Clerk Circuit Court of tangible, properly presumed afi_rt. the claim is not yet due,the date
dents THIS DOES NOT INVOLVE DISTRICT when/ it will become due shall be
Bradford( County, Fla.
2/12 4tchg 3/4 '. S REAL ESTATE HAMPTON stated. If the claim is contingentor
Account Humbert F 0144 003e Apparent
; ..------------ Owner Thomas. Jesse, Rl. 2.erooMer E.W.HODGESCOUNTY unliquidated, the nature of .. ..
IrT Fla, 3122Inlormation COMMISSIONER the uncertainty shall be stated. If .
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 0-
I concerning the amount ordotcrtption PRECINCT '10, THERESSA the claim it secured, the security .r' .1..
FLORIDA, EIGHTH JUDICIAL ol the Property and till COMMUNITY CLUB HOUSE, shall be described. The claimant March 9. 1976
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BRADFORD names and addreSS titi holder. mar
shall deliver
sufficient
THERESSA. of
COUNTY. be obtained by any person potietunaan copies
CIVIL ACTION .interest me property by addrtss- CLERK: Belle Lovell. INSPECTORS the claim to the Clerk to enable INITIALS OF ISSUING
ins an inquiry to GERALD! A. LEWIS.Property : Mania Sibley, Adeline the Clerk to( mail one copy to the
CASE NO.7636In 5'.'. Compiro/br.. Abandoned OFFICIAL
Section Capitol. Dodd, Dorothy Schuerger. personal representative.

Tallahassee Florida' J2304 Be surf to PRECINCT #11, HAMPTON, All persons interested in the STUB
NO.2)
Re: The of DANIEL ( )
marriage mention account number, name and CITY HALL, HAMPTON. estate to whom a copy of this
JAMES BROSNAN, Husband, address, .. published. ,nm. noticeUnless .
Notice of
Administration
CLERK: Ruth E. Reed. INSPECTORS has
and JULIE PHILBIN BROSNAN, oral' ownership, "Is presented Sample SampleOFFICIAL
Wife to the holder' by May ,. ";.. tneproperty : Lillian L. Hall, been mailed are required,
will .. delivered. td ii'. Sarah L. Taylor, Kathy Fenton. WITHIN THREE MONTHS

Comptroller Florida Tner.aNerall PRECINCT #12, LINCOLN FROM THE DATE OF THE .
NOTICE OF SUIT further claims' must. directed, to'''.
ToJulie: Philbin, Brosnan Comptroller Florida, CITY, CHAMBER OF COM- FIRST PUBUCATION OF THIS
CERALDA LEWISComptroller MERCE BUILDING, STARKE. NOTICE, to file any objections
12
Hazel Avenue PRESIDENTIAL PREFERENCE PRIMARY
South of Florida, CLERK: Myrtle Anderson. IN- they may have that challenges
Farmingdale 2 2e Jfehg 34 SPECTORS: Bertis. C. Robinson the validity of the decedent'swill
Island. N Y. ------
Long 11735 --------
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF John George Schmidt the qualifications of the AND SPECIAL ELECTION BALLOT

Petition for Dissolution of THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Alice Barron. personal representative, or the
venue or jurisdiction of the
Marriage has been filed against OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DISTRICT Court.

you, and you are required to BRADFORD COUNTY.
HAZEL PAULK ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS
serve a copy of 'your Answer or CASE NO 7615M DEMOCRATIC PARTY
COUNTY COMMISSIONER AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
pleading to the Petition on the
BROOKER FILED WILL BE FOREVER
Petitioner's attorney C. F. WIGGINS and MANA
PRECINCT 13A ROWELL BARRED.
,
VALENTINE BATES, 726 NW WIGGINS, his WIfe Plaintiffs,
Date of the first
of
TERWILLEGAR MOTORS publication
8th Avenue, Suite B. Gainesville COUNTY
vs BRADFORD FLORIDAMarch
this Notice of Administration
(FORD), STARKE. :
Florida, and file the original CARL A. HARDEN and LOTTIE ,
CLERK: Betty Jean Prevatt. March 4, 1976.
answer\ (or pleading in the officeof L HARDEN his wife, Defendants -
the Clerk INSPECTORS: Hazel M.
of the Circuit Courton .
Richards, Betty Edwards Louise /s/ OLAN ROWEAs
or before the 9th day of
Personal
Representativeof
March, 1976. If you fail to do so, NOTICE OF ACTION Kite.PRECINCT
136, GRAHAM, the Estate of
judgment by default will be PROPERTYTo
VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPART MARY H. ROWE Deceased
taken against for the relief 9 1976
you ,
3/4 3111
MENT, GRAHAM. 2tchg /
demanded in the PetitIOn. CARL A. HARDEN and
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CLERK: Katie Stokes. IN-
DONE AND ORDERED at LOTTIE L. HARDEN
SPECTORS: Paulette Arnold, PROCLAMATIONENERGYACTIONI
PRESIDENTIAL PREFERENCE PRIMARYMark
Starke Bradford
County, address unknown
!
Irene Hunter, Bunie Broughton. MONTHBY
Florida, this 6th day of February, PRECINCT #14, SAMPSON, : CITY OF STARKE ( a cross (IX) in the square at the rightof
1976. YOU ARE NOTIFIED that en NEW NATIONAL GUARD the name of the Presidential candidate for RESOLUTION OF THE SCHOOL BOARD

Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk action to foreclose a mortgageon ARMORY STARKE. WHEREAS: Florida and the whom you wish to vote). OF BRADFORD COUNTY RELATING TO
By: Marian McRae the following
in
2/12 Deputy property CLERK: Frances Dansby. INSPECTORS nation face a severe energy AN APPOINTIVE SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT.
3/4
4tchg Bradford County Florida
:
: Irma Buford, Ruby problem today resulting from an
-------------- Lot 15, M F. Wiggins Subdivision
----- BIRCH BAYH
increased
between the
Howell Gail Thomas gap
.iN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
according to plat thereof
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT recorded in Plat Book 3, Page COMMUNITY PRECINCT 15A, BROOKER HOUSE growth energy raise and m our the demand domestic for ARTHUR O. BLESSITT Mark a Cross (IX)Mark in the square of the RIGHT for the

,
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR 32, Public Records of Bradford &ridWHEREAS resolution or against the resolution
BROOKER. supplies; .
BRADFORD COUNTY. County, Florida, ROBERT C. BYRD
CLERK: Muriel kelly INSPECTORS : Energy shortageshave

: Doris Kelly Mrs. an adverse effect on the
CASE NO 7649IN has been filed, against you and Theo Dyal, Amy Blalock. well being and comfort of every JIMMY CARTER WHEREAS Section 5, Articls IX, of the Slate Con-

you are required to serve a copy> PRECINCT #,15B, NEW citizen, and impede the economic
REThe: Marriage of of your written defenses, if any, of Florida FRANK CHURCH stifution. authorizes the Superintendent fo be appointed -
RIVER, ROBERT DOBBS RESI- growth ; and the
Wlfel PATRICIA PetItIoner G. HORNE to it on EUGENE F. SHAW, DENTS (Just before Moody's City of Starke; and by the School Board of the school district, upon

Plaintiff's attorney, whose Store), Road 100 WEST. WHEREAS: The City of FRED R.HARRISHENRY f formal resolution of that School Board and the approval
and

ROBERT HORNE, Husband/Re. address Starke, is Florida Post Office 32091.Box on 1086 or, SPECTORS CLERK: Margie: Leona Dobbs.Dukes IN- imported Starke i is petroleum highly dependent products fora on M. (SCOOP) JACKSON of a majority of the qualified, electors voting in the

spondent before March 26 1976 and file election
wherein the
Glenda Andrews, Marie Banks. primary source of energy and ELLEN McCORMACK proposition appears.
the original with the Clerk of this.
is therefore
NOTICE OF SUIT 3/4 Itchg quite sensitive to any
Court either before service on
-------------- sudden changes in the availability MILTON. SHAPP The Office, of
NO PROPERTYTo Plaintiff's attorney or immediately PUBLIC NOTICE of these products from foreign Superintendent of Schools of Bradford

ROBERT thereafter; otherwise a The School Board of Bradford sources; and SARGENT SHRIVER County shall be appointed, by the School Board of
HORNE default will, be entered
address againstyou County Florida will consider WHEREAS: The development Bradford County
unknown
for the relief demanded
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an the complaint. in Administrative" Procedure Rules of new techniques and existing MORRIS K. UDALL
and changes relating to personnel domestic energy resources, anda
action for
Dissolution of
WITNESS my hand and the policies and student discipline decrease in the rate of growthof GEORGE C. WALLACE
Marriage has been filed against seal of this Court 23rd
on this
and at 3:30: p.m., March 12, our demand for energy areneeded FOR THE RESOlUTIONNO
you you are required to of 1976.GILBERTS. .
day February, _
1976, in the School Board Roomof to reduce the gap PREFERENCE
of
serve a copy your written
if the County School Administrative between\/ energy supply and AGAINST THE RESOLUTION"Ie
defenses
to it SHAW
any. on BROWN
demand &ridWHEREAS
Offices, 582 North ;
KOPELOUSOS & HEAD, Attor CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
Temple Avenue Starke Florida. : The Florida State
neys for Petitioner( whose
address is 142 West Call Street, COURT Beulah Copies of these proposed Energy Office will implement a PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTMark
By: Moody
PO Box 1086, Starke, Florida. Deputy Clerk rules and changes, may be Statewide public awareness ( a cross (X) in the square at the right
32091. and file obtained from the Superintendent's program durng March 1978 toinfom'l Amendment the Amendment .
the original' with 2/26 4tchg 3/18 For the or Against )
Floridians about
North the
the Clerk of the abovestyledCourt Office Temple currant -
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Avenue, Starke. Florida. energy situation and about
on before March 26
or
1976 otherwise a judgment may, My This is in compliance with Fir the now.wise utilization of energy AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE VII, SECTION 9
Neighbors rida Statutes, Chapter 73-310 as
be relief entered agamsf you for the enacted by the 1974 Florida THEREFORE: I I. Charles J. Proposing an amendment to the State

demanded in the Petition. Legislature. Schaeffer, Ntevor-CommtsMorter Constitution authorizing and limiting local'

WITNESS my hand and the of the O.y of Starke, do hereby taxes for water management purposes to not
seat of said Court on the 20th
of Richard H.Jockel proclaim the month of March, more than one ((1)) mill.
day February, 1976.GILBERTS.
Superintendent of Schools. 1976 as the beginning of
f
BROWNAs 3/4 2tchg 3/11 Energy Actonl"' in Starke, and
commend] the observance and
-
Clerk of Said
Court {
By: Beulah Moody A partially. engaged parking support of this occasion to of FOR THE AMENDMENT

Deputy Oerk brake can be a "drag" on gas our citizens.

3/18 mlleaCf 10 it's wise to check this 3/4 Itchg AGAINST THE AMENDMENT
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CommunityNews I'i HAPPENING WHAT'S CiASSJFJEflIwn




ELIZABETH GIVENS WALKER IN THE, *# 1

CHURCH
NEWS .

Greater Allen Chapel AME tRroz 8>efi>,,,nsaa oee,

with pastor.Church Senior Weekly Rev.Choir services R.O.rehearsal Heastie begin FOR RENT ( FOR SALE l Floriland 393 Realty 10 ACRES

each Tuesday night before the EALSERVIcEBILL'S J N. Temple Ave.

first and third Sunday. Young 2 BR Furn. House on V4 acre 10 Minutes From

Adult Choir rehearsal each Near Sampson Lake. 13500. Keystone Heights Real Factson ''trtelllt' al'

Wednesday night before FOR SALE 1 acre homesites - -
second and fourth Sunday SAW SHOP: Complete BRADFORD VILLAGE Crosby Lake Estates, 2 mi. W. 3A on Bessent Road. Other lots $1,750 Per Acre Real .

Regular Prayer and Class sharpening service, circular APARTMENTS: 1 bedroom of Starke on RD 100. Owner in City for Sale.

Meeting each Tuesday, 7 p.m. hand carbide chain, mower modern, furnished A/C, financed, 964-6488 tfchg. - $159 Per Mo. ,,, Estate

Sunday School, 945.: Com- blade hollow ground and carpeting walk-in closet, ..--- --- --- House on 13th St., Jan., Fla. 7

munion Service at 11 and 5:30.: balanced. Leave at Jackson enclosed patio, off street FOR SALE: Roll roofing $5 per - NO LOW LAND By

Greater Bethlehem Building Supply, Starke or parking. 315 West roll, shingles $10.50 per sq., In Starke, electronic sales &

Freewill Baptist Church Rev. Keystone Heights tfchg. Washington St. 964-8601. plumbing fixtures, Fiberglasstub service business, for sale or WEST CENTRAL

Jasper Williams pastor. Tiny ------------ tfchg and shower enclosures. lease. REALTY, INC. Cecelia Terwillegar
10 20 PATIO COVERS Homes ---- --- ----
Tots rehearsal x : Broker
Monday night. THE BARGAIN CENTER 301 - Registered

Tuesday night Prayer Meet and mobile homes. $180 FOR RENT: 12' wide mobile South. tfchg------ Nice building lot in City, on l-378-2tW.: Anytime

ing. Wednesday night Senior Installed, $140 uninstalled. homes outside limits. J.B. --- paved street, 260' x 100' deep. Evenings Call: There Is a term that appears at times In the news

Choir rehearsal. Thursday GATOR MOBILE HOME White. Ph. 9646114. tfchg. FOR SALE: New & Used furni- - Art Pa tray eminent domain and you may have wondered exactly

night Story Hour and Ladies SERVICE CO. Ph. 3729767, .&_-_.....---- -- ture, new carpet Er House ft lot 80' on water 587 U1-2o't: what this means. Eminent domain Is the right of the

Circle. Prayer Band will meet Gainesville tfchg.BOOKKEEPER FOR RENT: CHin's Subdivision Congoleum, cloth 30 cents deep on Little Santa Fe Lake. !government both federal and state, to buy your

Friday night. Sunday School ----------- 1/2 acre lots, $2500 per yd., zippers 1 cent per inch. Owner will finance to depend- property from you for use In providing public bulM-

Teachers Meeting 6 p.m. Sat- month. Water & Sewage THE BARGAIN CENTER, 301 able buyer. Ings, parks streets,etc. The government has the rightto

urday., All teachers are asked : Excellent refer furnished For information call South tfchg. - pay you a reasonable sum for your property and
to'please be present. Ushers ences. Fully qualified to keep Mark Olin, Olin's Mobile 5 acres, near city, just off 301 N. Mimosa Manor then take possession of the property for public use.

Board will be selling dinners double entry books, state and Homes Sales, Hwy. 100 W., - Mobile Home ParkA Of course proper notification and assistance In relocating -

Saturday. Sunday School, federal forms, payrolls etc. Starke. 964-5606. tfchg. VERNIE P. ODOM Nice PlaceTo are generally parts of the procedure, but the

9:30.: Morning Worship at 11. STnall business accounts -------._- _- t WANTEDACREAGE 1 Reg. Broker law does grant the government the right to buy your


Dinner served at 12:30: by the wanted on a weekly, monthlyor 964-5476 964-7700 Live property at their request.
Ushers Board. Evening Ser quarterly basis. Reason- FOR RENT: Mobile home on 1 : For Information on all your real estate needs, see us
able. YOUR PLACE OR MINE. acre. Carpeted IS ft. paneled Large Lots
.
vice, 6pm.New today. We can help you.A
Bethel and Ebeneier Call 9647509. 2/26 3tchg room. Located on Rt. 325 S., NEEDED: 100 500 Yard CareGarbage
2.9 miles South of acres Development Land. Cans
3/11 Hampton.Has Call out of the city with
Baptist Churches, Rev. Leroy Reese Mail Boxes very attractive,nearly new home
be be Bradley
------------ to seen to appre- Walter u
Davis pastor. New Bethel Williams WaterCent 3 BR,2 B,CH&A, room for a large garden with over an
ciated. A.W. Kenniston, Box Real Estate, Jax.
weekly services began Wed- of land all fenced.
Sewage Plant acre -
218 Hampton, Fla. 32044 Itp 389-8888. 2/19 4tchg 3/11
REDUCE safe & fast with
nesday with Prayer Meetingand /ftd' Clearson Garbage Pickup -----
3/4 ------ _
Bible Study at 7:30.: Sun- GOBESE TABLETS ft E-VAP ------. 2 Car Parking Corner store and filling station in the heart of Lawteyfor
day services will conclude "water pills". Andrews Drugs, ------------ --. REALESTATE Concrete Patio sale.This is an excellent location and the owner will

with Sunday School at 10 aim Keystone Heights. 1/29 8tp FOR RENT: Efficiency apt. r''" Improved Street finance. Priced to fit your wallet.
3/18 Apply Temple Motel 880 N. e.c.r.nu r '" L.r.... Electric Service to
Ebenezer Church -
weekly ----
HOUSES FOR SALE
------------ Temple Ave. 9647357. tip 200 Amperes lot.two neat
services begin! with Prayer 2-story 4 BR 3 Bath frame A very attractive trailer, well landscaped
Ji*t Meeting and Bible Class combined 3/4 lit... ...... home with 2735 sq. ft. living Metered Gas storage buildings all for S11.MO. If your credit Is good
FOR SALE Yamaha ------------
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7:30 p.m. Thursday. area on 4 acres many extras you can get financing on this.
FOR RENT 2 bedroom
PORTABLE : partially In
Electronic Move Bonus-
Sunday services begin with FOR SALE: 12 x 50 mobile $45.000 -----
Sunday School at 930.: Worship Organ. Excellent con- furnished house, 534 W. home, excellent condition, - FREE Large, nearly new home and five acres on Road 100.
Madison St. No $125 1 Month Rent
Services, 11 a.m. and 6:30: dition. Amplifier not included 964-8404 children central heat and air, Carpeting 3 BR 1 bath w/w carpet frame in Electric This is your life enjoy It in this home that is bound to
$1000. Ph. 964-5875 mo. Ph. or 9647521. Hookup
p.m.Pleasant 3/42tchg 3/11 new furniture, shed ,Lawtey, 17000. be a real family pleastr.
Grove and !Mt. tfpd washer, refrigerator Er stove -----
Morlah United Methodist -- -- -- --- FOR--RENT---: -Small---furnished--- $5,500 468-2954 after 530.: 3 BR 1 Bath, frame, cent. heat/ Phone 964.7498 tf Spirit of '76 Get yourself some land) We have beautiful ).

Church Parish Rev. Willie ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS: 9648420. Itp 3/4 air fenced cor. lot. $15,000. property and plenty of it on Rd. II near Hampton
3/4
Stitt pastor. Each 1st and 2nd 114 Christian Street, Starke apartment. 1tp ------------ - Lake.
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Monday night Young Adult Fla. Thursday and Sundays 8 FOR SALE: House and 2 lots. 2 BR frame stove & ref. in -----

Choir rehearsal Tuesday p.m. Tues. 1 p.m. Women's See property off US-301 country $13,000. terms. Green Acres a pretty lot with trees Ideal for your

night, Tiny Tots rehearsal. Group. Call 964-5709 964- North of Stuckey's, first road - MOBILE HOME dream home.NEEDED .

Prayer Meeting each Wed- 5434 or 964-6894. 16tp 6/24 r FOR SALE ) on right. Edgar Burrell, Rt. 2, 2 BR frame $8,400. terms. -----
nesday night, 7:30.: Bible -- -- --- --- Box 160. Itp 3/4 - PARKINSIDE : 3 BR homes under $30,000 to ell.

Study each Thursday, 7:30. ------------ 8.7 In
: AVON GALLING: To buy or sell acres city 15500. CITY LIMITS Cecelia T. Terwilfeffor. Ren- Real Estate Broker
FOR SALE Commercial
Sunday services begin with Avon. Call 755-2807 or write : property - WALK TO BRADFORD SQUARE 206 West Madison Avenue, Starke. Florida
Sunday School, 10 a m. Morn- Loma Clyatt, P.O Box 220 FOR SALE: Moving must sell on 301 South in city 7.2 acres in Lawtey $2,000 acre. OR DOWNTOWN OFFICE PHONE "4-7776

ing Worship 11. Communion Lake City. Florida. tfchg. household furniture refrigerator limits of Starke. Building of - '30 Per MonthALL HOME PHONE ".-51.5

Service. 4 p.m -- -------- -_ ', appliances, china, tape concrete block, 3,700 sq. ft. 36.35 acres 1300 ft. on US-301
Mt. Monah services begin recorder Ampex stereo corner Uncoln Road and 301, N $56,500 good terms. CITY CONVENIENCES

with Sunday School at 9:30.: SEWING MACHINES repaired. painting case and many other 1/2 mile south of Shopping - FIRE POLICE PROTECTIONCITY
Communion Service 11 a.m. all makes cleaned oiled and Center, $39,000. 315 ft. r-' GAS WATER AND SEWER
items. May be seen from 1 to lAwrcr F!.. ,
terminating services for the adjusted, $7. Work guar. 7 p.m. Ph. 964-7286 124 N. frontage 301. Call George Jo-Lu Motel
78238O6NEED Have Timber
anteed James Strickland L Long Champ
Gainesville 376-2336, 5 to 9p.m.
day. Myrtle St. Starke. 3/4 2tp //-nr wie .
Road Er .rota a .era
corner Morgan Hwy No collect calls. tip 3/4
!Ml. Pisgah AME Church 3/11/ 964-8810 For Sale
16. tfchg TF CHG Home and
Rev. George Farmer pastor. ------------
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Sunday School 10 a.m. Communion -- --- -- --- FOR SALE, 96 piece set of fine FOR SALE: Bargain for quick TO CLEAN YOUR Call BuildingMaterials

Service, at 11. H ft M LOCK & KEY mobile china, never used beautiful sale,2 bedroom mobile home. TYPEWRITER? Come by The

New (Hope" Baptist Church. unit, all type lock repair and blue flower pattern with silver Central heat, air, completely Office Shop and pick up some CARPET F J. Saunders

Rev. L.W. Moses pastor. Sun- service. Call 9645388. 2/19 border. Bargain at $275. Ph. furnished including television, liquid or sheet cleaner for your Installation IraProfessional
day School<<: 10 a.m. Worship. 4tp 311HOUSES/ 9646948. Itp 3/4 many extras convenient loca- typewriter. Pulpwood -WE BUILD -

Services, 11 a.m. and 4 pm. -- -- -- ------ tion. Ph. 9648415. Itp 3/4 YOUR PLANS OR OURS
------------ Steam Cleaning
Philadelphia GARAGE SALE 1085 Neil Court ------------ 533-2821 2/195/13 OURS"
Baptist : frame excellent Free Estimates/ YOUR LOT OR
ft house
TRAILERS pressure FOR SALE: 1975 Eaton mobile Large
Church. Rev. W.G. Mayberry off Alton Rd. Fri. & Sat.
944 5408
washed with. chemicals. Wash condition, central H/A, 3 bedroom -FREE ESTIMATES-
pastor. Installation Services March 5 ft 6, 9 til 5. Itchg 3/4 home 24 x 60. Moving need 2:12: 4tp 3:4: a ___ 1
were held at 7:30: .m.March 3with away dirt and mildew. Guar to sell. Call 9648072. tip 3/4 2 bath, carport corner 1e REMODELING REPAIRS >
p ---- ---- ----
Churchof anteed Ph. 4732213 tfchg. ------- ----- lot, in city. / I ADDITIONS
Magnolia Baptist FOR SALE: Appaloosa pony. I 1111/RIl Drilling]I
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FOR SALE: Lot on SRD 16 East
Raiford in charge. Call Adrienne 964-5149 HOMES BOUGHT -
Barry Frame,2 BR house, 1 bath on 1
First. Born Church of the MARCUS W. GRIFFIS Con- after 6 p.m. Itchg 3/4 near county line. 64 acres I 2" SOLD TRADED
zoned, houses only $900. Call acre. Baylesa Hwy. Area. .. Antenna
Living God Elder S.V. Cohen Rotary
---- --- ----
tractor Building Remodeling - I I ACREAGE FOR SAL
Service Tues- 964-5010 for details. 3/42tchg ., Fast
pastor. Prayer FOR SALE: 19 cubic ft. upright ,1:;
Repairs, Room Addition Gar- 3 to 6 acres clear 4 mi. N/W of
3/11 Tower
day night 7:45: Friday night freezer still under 964-6853
ages, Carports, Kitchens Signature Starka I Drilling Equipment I \
Service 7:45. Sunday ------------
Terry : Bath. AD work warranty. Excellent condition TF
guaranteed. Hwy 301 S Starke j
- J
Missionary Service, 11 a.m. Ph. 4732108. 2/19 4tp 3/11 $150. Call 7823202. Itp 3/4 FOR SALE: 2 bedroom frame Service I State Licensed I
Sunday School 10:30.: home fully furnished about 1 1 Er 2 acres mobile home sites
----- --- ----
An Age Rally was held at QUALIFIED-- -- -BOOKKEEPER- ----,-experienced FOR SALE: Dosing house, 1/2 miles West on Hwy. 16. N.W. of Starke Terms. SAVEI'40! I

March 2 Must sell. $16,500 or best reasonable - II II Complete
7:30: p.m. Tuesday. desires accounts everything must go. Living I Pumps
sponsored by Deaconess do at home. Can furnish references to- bedroom, dining room offer. Plenty of trees 3 BR Frame house 1 bath, 10 4VI".1m MltP..M I SHOE REPAIR

Zephania Strong.SERVICE. Ph. 9647972. 2/19 household furniture, old 100 x 119 lot, with well and acres land on paved road. Sev- ChwiiwIUtrNntMM I SERVICE
carport. 964-8750 after 5pm. eral out buildings. I
upright piano, new gas range.
4tchg 311FASHION ...iMll-4.M> New & Used i .
Kingsley Lake 5332802. lip -3/4 4tp 3/25. - Ch 'a.m.5p.m.TuesdaySaturday
-- -- ----- AHfIMICMCM I
MEN 3 BR 2 Bath CB
3/4 ------- ----- dwelling in
OPPORTUNITY: Ful- .CMwnUwlOuv Sales- PartsService
FOR SALE: By :3 BR 23, city. )
-------- ---- owner I
fill your lifelong dream, have a - Wire Western Boots
FOR SALE: Special truck load brick home double carport, E-Z Terms II
dress shop of your own, featUring 3 Well built house on nicely land- WV Brae I Work Shoes
partially carpeted drapes. I
Benckowaky sale, 3 hitch farm Implements -
the latest styles and point scaped double corner lot in city ..hind.Ml U-V 5i 1nNspen.r Boots
blocks from school Ph. 473- Steel Toe
Electrician's Mate all new: 5 ft. mowers
fashions $14,500 includes 2039 after 5pm. and weekends partially fenced, with 3 I I PIUmbln'll\\ I
harrows$315,
Navy Airman Apprentice $325. 5 h. Disc Neu,Tit Ieelud.d
merchandise, fixtures, train- tfchg. bedrooms, 2 tile baths, ample 1 The Village Cobbler
.
Stanley M. Benckowsky, son 61ft. Disc harrows $360, '""'.1_ I
and Call closet I
grand opening. living family
ing ---- -- --- space room II4 W. Call St.
Post hole 1 IIW.N
of Mr. and Mrs. A.F. Benc diggers $260 row ..Itttr Price
kowsky of Star Route Hampton 2/19((904))3tp 764-7612 3/4 for Mr. Carl. cultivators $85 Shovelsweeps FOR SALE: 3 BR 2 Bath, block room kitchen with with dining garbage area disposal nice, ? _..HIM ....... I New Installation/ I Starke, FL 32091I

was graduated from $12, Booms $40. with LR, DR, Den ft garageon
------ ---- dish washer, wall oven, counter We Pre-WIre New Home
Basic Aviation ElectriciansMate Open daily & Sat. til 6. large lot at 1105 W. of I Remodeling I
top burners plenty cabinets
School at the Naval Air ANTENNA TOWER SER- NORTHEAST FLA. EQUIP- Madison St. Call Freeman JERRY AGNEWPh.

Technical Training Center, VICE: We sell We Install. MENT AUCTION US 17 N. Register III 9648771 or 964- plus central pantry... eat closet and,air large, separate rooms, .475-1414 Melrose I Repairs I PAPER HANGING

Millington Tenn Jerry Agnew, Melrose, Fla. Green Cove Springs. 284- 5888. tfchg. 3/4 4tch.328Sundays and PAINTING
utility room plus pool I
includes Ph. 4751414. tfchg 5977. Itchg 3/4 - -- swimming I
The ll-week course -- -- with sliding board. I Durrance\\
instruction: on the mainten- --- --------- --- --- -- I I Interior and Exterior
- -
FOR SALE 1960 Int. Bus Motor
UKE sit for :
aircraft instruments I WOULD to baby
and of -
ance repair TOP SOIL, FILL DIRT: 6 days a ( Frame house on corner lot in
flight stabilization your infant in my home, week, dozer work and Home, fully equipped Motel.runs I quiet neighborhood. 2 BR, 1 Pumps & Supply' FREE ESTIMATES-
Please call 964- good. Inquire Temple 10:35 A.M.
equipment, cabin temperature weekdays. dragline work. Call 468 1873, 3/4 bath, LR K, Screened porch, : I PHONE B 4.earo
control units and lighting, 6153. Itp 3/4 Star Rt. Hampton STEPHEN Itp furnished. Company
----------- ----rt- -- WPXE Radio 964-6370
and Phone
ingnition electrohydraulic SMITH LANDFILL. tfchg. I
systems.A Roberts Jr. 1864 Ave.I
-- - - George N. Temple
1975: graduate from Brad 1490 rr I
ford High School, Starke, AUTOMOBILESUSED FOR SALE: Mobile Home Parts t MOTORCYCLESFOR ) REG REAL ESTATE BROKE I Starke We THOMAS
and supplies OLIN'S MOBILE tf
Benckowsky Joined the Navyin 964-7826 I I
June 1975.l'1..1SSIFIEp. HOME SALES Hwy. 100 W. BRASINGTON 964-7061 :! 2tp 2/20-3/4
Starke, 964-5603 tfchg. Cadillac-Oldsmobile ,- _. .

-- --- -- SALE: 1972 Honda CL 175 Sales & Service

: ,\I) KXTKSI : FOR SALE: 1969 :327 Belair FOR SALE: Back yard clearancesale $300. Ph. 4733152 Richardor MULTIPLELISTINGS Fine Selection 0/ Used '

Chevy, 8 cyl. A/C. P/S. on reconditioned automatic Rodney Hall. 3/42tp 3/11 Cart Taken On Fi

I 1I"MIlIIlf'| fur Insertion Maurice Lee, Ph. 9647895. washers. Also parts. ---------- -- Cadillac Trades IrJ&DOO

lu.'H l.iNoun precedingThurda Up 3/4 Pleasant Grove, Starke. Call 2001 N.W. 13 378-S301 .
< SUZUKI OF STARKE: Your MH, Lake Alto, $6,800 I
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> before publication 964-5076 2/26 2tp 3/4 authorized Suzuki Dealer
FOR SALE: Dodge Dart 1965, M
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Phone 9646020. 304 East Call Starka 2 BR 1 "
acre $7,500
:Minimum riurgrl.:!.im R/H A/T slant six, 20 MPG, Street I
new tires, runs good. $200. WATSON'SHOUSE tfchg.---- I II
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4('m era 782-3563 Up 3/4 OF VACUUMS Starke, 3 BR, $14.500 Moore's
Each:. ward over 11HUeiilt :
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FOR SALE: 1974 Mazda small Many brands of new vacuums. Starka, 2 BR 2 acres. 8,500? Sun SportsMORE I I II

Used machines available. .
\rls must br equity and take over payments MISCELLANEOUSLOSE BOAT FOR
XII ( loI lIinl"
all 2 BR MH lake $22.000
Expert Repairs makes. on
paid for in advance unless >..u at,1231 i Can Butler be refinanced.See Road. 964-. Parts and Accessories for all YOUR MONEY TF i I All Types Roofing I II

h.ite an established. uvcminl 8375. '34FOR vacuums. Built in central Southgate, 3 BR $25,500 STARKE PH 964-5791
with she Telegraph In th.il ttp vacuum cleaning systems. 713 Residential & Commercial
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O'\cult ::;U centsir fur billing. Not: lesponsible for SALE: 1972 Toyota Cor- with X-11 diet plan $300. to $40,000 area STERN DRIVE SERVICE FREE Roof Inspection I

errors when given over Ih.ph..u. olla. Ph. 964-6182. tip 3/4 Reduce excess fluids. with X- AND REPAIR
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when I is not ------------ Pel $3.00, KOCH DRUGS. 1/8 New Roof Or Repairs
iir cop FOR SALE: Black vinyl reclining US 301: 4.4 acres $9,500 COMPLETE FIBERGLASS I I
typed and ought!: to the office. FOR SALE: 1972 Lemans, low chair, $36. Call 964-8746. 15tchg 4/15 REPAIR
Call 9647047or -- - Call 964-7410
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mileage tfchg Theresa, 10 acres $12.500 CUSTOM BUILT FIBER

weekends 964-7377 2/26 - ---- GLASS FISHING BOATS L.i Free Estimates 2/ia &/13 .I

r''" --, 2tp 3/4 10 x 20 PATIO COVER: Installed UNITED FARM AGENCY, INC. Theresa, 40 acres $42.000 - -
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$186 00, uninstalled 14000. Reg. Real Estate Broker
PERSONAL SERVICE 206 S.Water St. Lawtey, 11 acres $10,000
Gator Mobile Home Service.

.... 372-9767, National Advertising A HICK'SPOODLE Olin's Subdivision
t HElP WAITED 1 -- tfchg----- Paul Faulkner-Broker lawtey, 60 acres $54,000
Irene Faulkner-Assoc. fjff
WILL BABY SIT for 964-6621.any age FOR SALE: Mobile home lots 964-5065 Garage business on US-301 I I
child in home.
my $95 down. Few lots still avail ff GROOMINGTwo

tfchg- THE CITY OF STARKE Police able in several subdivisions. 3 bedroom frame house on 1 Hampton, 440 acres $700 per
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MOBILE\ HOME MOVING: Also for CETA Program for 5 ---------- - and discuss this with us. lUXUKY FEATURES SCENIC LOCATION 1 I Iy

mobile home hurricane anchoring day including the date ad first SALES & SERVICES on appliances 4 bedroom, brick, nice section GroomersAppointments

and mobile home roof appears in paper.Any person used appliances - All other type properties For to

coating..Om's MOBILE Home male or female?whole 18 washing machines, dryers, Double wide M/H. Furnished. FRED SACKETT i
Service 964-6606 St. Rd.. year or older and fives In A/C, electric and gas stoves. V4 Acre. REALTOR Your Convenience fit Aore Loll For Rent '2&" Par Mo. Water 4

16W & Jct. 233, Starke Fla. Bradford County can apply. THE BARGAIN CENTER, 301 JOS Temple (US.301)! Sewage Fwnished

.. tfchg. Itcng 3/4 South._ _tfchg. t04 4.4S21, 4M-17SJ 964-7837 2.11/13 Call Mark Olln 964-5600 Hwy 16 ft Morgan Rd. litMarch
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