Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 11, 1976
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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31thlwsue: Thursday!March II. I 1976! Copy


BC Votes For Wallace,

Against Water Tax

And Appointive Supt. .

f Gov. George Wallace of Alabama lost Florida in Tuesday's
preferential primary, but remained top man in Bradford County
Crowd with 53 per cent of the vote to 30 per cent for Jimmy Carter
Record runner-up in the voting here.

Statewide, however. Carter won handily, scoring his sixth in
+ in seven primaries. Incomplete returns gave Carter 35 per cent
of the Florida vote to 32 per cent for Wallace.
T- Expected For Senator Henry (Scoop) Jackson ran third in statewide voting
as well as locally taking 22 per cent of Florida's vote, but less
than 10 per cent of Bradford's.On .
the Democratic ticket the count in Bradford including K\I\
absentee ballots was: Carter. 1.086; Wallace 1.839; and. Jackson!

Bounty Fair 344.Totals
received by other Democratic candidates were: B''ah.
5; Blessit 26; Byrd 11: Church. 3; Harris 9; McCormick. 14:
Shapp. 18; Shriver. 22; and Udall 25. The "no preference"
Record attendance is expected on display all four days and total was 63

tit the 26th annual will be free. On the Republican ticket hers who' obtained permissionfrom ,
Bradford County Fair set to The fourth annual Bradford- Ronald Reagan was high man the County Commission
open Wednesday March 31. Union County 4-H and .FFA. in Bradford with H6 votes to 59 to place the issue on the
for a four-day run at the Brad steer show and sale with 32 for President Ford. In state March 9 I ballot.In .
ford County .Fair Grounds on entries will open with a cattle wide voting however. Ford the resolution
US301orth:'; of Starke. show Wednesday. !March 31. defeating
won with 53: per cent of the here followed
voters a patternset
have been at 7:30 in the livestock
Parking facilities p m.
vote to 47 per cent for Reagan.
in previous tries to createappointive
expanded for what is reputedto barn arena. A swine show and Ford's Florida victory his
Lucille Shuford discusses lie chlorination tank behind them is controlled from within the be held rather than elective
City Clerk ( newly-operational be one of the most popular sale will that Thursday fourth in a row over Reagan.
Lawtey water system with Its designing engineer Ralph Eng! office and control system housed in the roofed building on fairs In the state, according to at 7 p.m. The 4-H and FFA. mark the beginning of officials. The argumentthat
of Sverdrup and Parcels Inc., during the dedication and left, according to county Sanitarian Jack Trawfck. Fair 'Association president steer show begins at 7 p.m. the may end for t the former California letter l <|ualilied officials the
open house held Saturday. Almost 70 pound of water pressure! is available at tin Warren[ Carver. The wooded Friday. The steer sale is set governor who badly might he obtained under
Behind them and on the right is the aeration tank, which beginning of water lines in Lawtey and the lowest of area north of the horse show for Saturday. April 3. at 7:30: needed a victory to boost his appointive system has never
removes sulphur dioxide and Iron from ground water. The pressures would be 40-50 pounds at the end of existing lines. arena has been cleared and is altering( bid for the nomina teen successful in persuadinglocal .
for for m.Debra Jordan daughter of voters( to give up any nltheir
being limerocked space tion.
at the ballot i IIIIN:
Mr. and Mrs. M.M. Jordan of powers
additional 300 cars.
some A surprisingly high percentage
Lawtey and reigning 1975 of 593 cent of thecounty's Also defeated( h'reHI!' aproposed
Water Highlighting the activitiesthis Strawberry Queen will officially l- per constitutional. ,
Flowing Through Lawtey'sNew will be the visit of 6.23)) qualified voters
year the fair ribbon
open at a amendment that would nut h-
Miss'.America. 1976. and the visited the polls in spite of a
cutting ceremony at the fair predicted light vote and the rile un 1111 valorem. tax. not in
American Bicentennial Florida
gales Wednesday. !March 31. exceed null lor water
added minus factor of rain one
r Godin exhibition.. Miss America Miss Tawny will at 11 a in. and blustery :March winds management( purposes in Flo
X420 000 Pumping SystemOver greet visitors at the fair The Starke Rotary Club will Supervisor of Elections :Neva'; rikt.'I'he vole here was 2.1I1uJolall1..t :!
its t'' amendment\ III
Thursday afternoon April I. sponsor annual Rural- Flynn, with her usual remark ) "
I Urban Day picnic at the fair- able had predicted 1.124 in laver In statewuU-
Over of .monies from the FHA. at a cost.of,$138,000. 'Official betwf 20 years controversy as part hookups began Marclg between 7 and 9 Bicentennial grounds opening day nerving a t 60 per cent turnout. voting\ the proposed amend
ended Saturday morn- d the FHA financial package, approval of water purity Minimum monthly'charRe p.m.The a fried chicken dinner from Bradford voters soundly 111I'111HI"! approved I with :.14\
exhibition will bet
:Ing with the dedication of a the city agreed to levy a 10 allowed valves to open as for 3.000) gallons of water is $6. noon till I p.m. Dinner tickets trounced t he appointive school percent of t the Florida ole." II/
central water supply oper percent utility tax as collateral may be purchased for one superintendent resolutionwith given final' approval' in HitNovember -
ation in the City of Lawtey. for the loan. dollar from any Rotarian or at a negative vote of 2.:11I1: )l : General I Mlertion.:
Prospects of increased costs the main gate at the fair against the proposal to 9:11: in the "1111'111111I"111.uld. allow.
County sanitarian Jack Tra- heightened opposition to in- I I grounds. One thousand dinners favor of it. The resolution as I the slate'swalcrmananeiiienldistrict /! ,
wick said the community first stallation of the system op. will be served on a first- approved last July by a 4-1 I to levy up to one. nulls

considered a central water position which formed itself '4.c'I' Page. IK) vote of School Board mem- t-.- 1'ia': Hi.i
system in 1937, when into a group called the Concerned -
problems with iron in ground Citizens.
water caused problems with Objecting to the city's
Roads To Be Paved
individual shallow wells. In proposed system the Con- ? ; 3 County
addition, he said, contamination cerned Citizens elected a dead
possibilities were in- man Walter T. (Pete Smith rt I
creased by the lack of a cen- and Ben McCulley to the city
tral sewage disposal system. council in December of 1974 Within 2 Years DOT Projects
in for the ,
Estimated cost 1957 over James Waters who was *"
system was $120.000 for 150 said to favor the system., 'ft'Yt
hookups.All A runoff election put councilman & '''''' "It looks like we're about from SIl-16 to the Union planned, to net more people
I health department testing John .F Robertson, over' the hump and can start County line in northwest closer to a paved) road. .
complete the water system another concerned citizen on I. constructing some more Bradford County was numberone :Number two is the LauraChurch .
I i began flowing into 15.000 the council. roads" Bradford commissioner last year. It is now in the Koad. Iron the end ol'
\ !feet of piping Tuesday. March Senior Commissioner Pave Shuford said process of being resurfaced by the present! hard. lour 1m'"' on
2, for 165 hookups at a cost of Robert Scott, mayor throughout Wedn'sdaafterl100n' after the DOT At $10,000) per mile Old Liwte Road to SK-Ui. it
$420.000. theater system construction r returning from the annual the resurfacing job is costing distance ...i' -'.6< miles.
Of this amount $250.000 was thanked residents js M rr road hearing with the Department the county Suo.ooo) !for the nine :Number three is the extension -
paid from a Farmer's Home who worked to make the system of Transportation in miles. of Bessent Road cast and,
Administration FHA( ) loan a reality during dedication Lake. CityProjections i t south to SH-2IIO.: ) with a log
another$70.0OO from the city's and open house ceremonies l given Wednesday Pleasant Grove Road was north to Pirn-breeze Sulxliv ision.
budget and $100.000( In grant Saturday morning. A morning by the DOT indicate number two on the priority list .
group of about 30 residents that within the next two last year. Survey work has Then the hoard Monday
witnesses official opening of years the county will have been completed and [POT said night took Shulord's recommendations
the system and toured the enough money to pave 7.7 Wednesday it will' begin paving on the need lor resurfacing .
[J1t 4tiwn ltrirrFRIDAY. water works plant, which will miles of secondary roads: the work' on it. That road the worst roads in
he overseen by Leo Dyal. Pleasant Grove Church Road. should be the first paved the ......lInlShulord said he'd
Seventeen bidders vied for 13 miles the Crawford Settlement unless its short length. 13 1 loured I ho county :Mondayand.
opportunity to drill the well d Road 38 miles and miles makes it more practical !. in his opinion: the worst
and lay pipe for Lawtey's .. 13 ? the Laura Church Road 2.6 to wait until a contractor three roads are SK-233:!; from
I. water system. Low bid miles. can be given more work. SH-HHI) toSH-231.: Slt-223: Irom
awarded was $147.805 and Word from DOT was that SIMIHl to SR-16 (the taxlessHighway

more than 15.000 feet of pipe the has enough secondary With those two projects i and Sit-125: tram
was installed throughout the road funds now to start l ul'nnt to :New,; River! north ol.,
already taken care of. the
city limits. acquiring right-of-way and commission then made its 1.<1\\1 toy Thifeo three projects
J the 140-foot well 100.000 surveying all three roads. By number 3. 4 and 5 roads numbers were made projects 4. :3.6 in
gallon storage tank and the time the three roads are 1 1. 2 and 3. upping their the order. given.A .
operations center were built h. ready for pavement, the
G priority t need was also noted to
will have accrued
county the Old I.ate' Roud.SR200A. .
Union Goes enough funds to complete the :Number'; one is now Crawford repave from :301 to,SR-225:!;
First County Garbage Rantp Complete paving. Shuford said he and Settlement Road from and old SR-loo) Irom presentSRlist
MAR. 12 clerk Gib Brown were told SIM6 northwest of Starke to
For Wallace ) to its deadend at Crystal -
County commissioners Dave Shuford, George; Roberts and lU/el I'aulk meet at the newly-I Wednesday morning. L'S-301. a distance of 3.8 miles. Lake. These two small projects
BMS ALL-STAR constructed! Lawtey garbage collection ramp to discuss! future building plans with their architect "It's (the first time since J I've The board decided Monday will be worked in when
BASKETBALL GAME Against Tax and construction: engineer for construction of four additional collection center lo be been on the board that I've night at Shuford's suggestion other p.I'ingork is being
Girls 7p.m. built around the county. been encouraged (by the DO'rreport to have the east end of the done, the board indicated
Boys 'p.m.Admission. LAKE BUTLER George The first solid-waste collection center will soon be complete with garbage! compactor fur )Shuford said. He was pavement come out on LS301. when combining them for
i Wallace took the majority of experimental use before construction of additional centers. In the new !sv!stem a person drives installed as a county commissioner rather than SR-223 as has beenA priority number seven.
50 cents students Union County democraticvotes up the ramp and dumps garbage Into the compactor which li periodically hauled lo the landfill in January. 1963.
$1 adultsConcessions and emptied. Last secondary road pavedin
in the Presidential Pre-
will ference primary Tuesday. Commissioners! decided Tuesday morning that the 20' \ :30' turning( radius! at the apex of he the county was the Santa Fe School Board Opposes Inmates Attending
be sold Reagan got dibs over Ford. ramp was adequate for even large city garbage trucks and discussed ways to trim the I.M.77 Lake Road SR21B. in 1969. I Iplaced
: Held In BHSGymSATURDAY Robert Driggers was electedto cost of building ramps. Sandbags at each end of the ramp alone added nearly It.IIHllo the total College While Enrollments Are Limited
his at the cost builder Ernest Triest told commissioners. Bradford has been strippedof
MAR. 13 state convention precinct and the secondary road funds since resolution recommendingthat on enrollmentsat!
water management amendment the four-laning of US-301. state prisoners be excluded unanimously approved by 'the
BAKE SALE Right-of-way purchases cost from state colleges and Bradford County School
failed a slight mar
First Christian by Building Recommendations so much the county is still universities if limits are Board of :Monday night

Youth GrouplIa.m..Jp.m. gin.Wallace acquired 732 of the paying off bond issues and will The resolution proposed by
1.142 democratic votes cast. be for years. But for the first Public Invited former board chairman Rodney
In front of Jimmy Carter earned 335 School Construction time the fifth and sixth cent Hall represented a negative ( -
Florida Theatre votes and Henry I Scoop) Delaying gasoline tax monies are accruing To ROTC Drill response to allowing prisoners -
Proceeds to go Jackson took 75 votes in the faster than the 301 bond to attend college
toward participationin preference ballot. Changes in building recom- county school system requested to allow additional payments.DOT Bradford High School's Reserve classes while limiting the
slate convention Ronald Reagan got nine Republican mendations for the Bradford Although plans have alreadybeen building at elementary projections are that Officer Training Corps number of "law abiding tan
votes and President County school system have drawn such building schools to house the influx of the county will' accrue in 1976- ROTC I ) students will undergo paying: citizens and their
CIVITANCIVINETTEWALK.A.THON Gerald Ford took six of the 13 delayed million-dollar build cannot be accomplished out of students he said. 77 in secondary roads funds theirannual formal Inspection children", attending the
\otes cast.Robert ing plans pending an official state funds without recommendation Survey team findings from the fifth and sixth cents. Thursday. !March 18. including state's institutions of. higher
begins I p.m. Driggers will be his state report from a Depart from the survey. recommend renovation of $187.000; in 1977-78. $196.000: a pass and review on the learning.
at county courthouse precinct delegate to the state ment of Education survey Moore saidBudding existing space to .meet students 197879. $209.000: 197980. football field at 10 am. till
convention after his 148-69 victory team. General Services of new classroomsmay needs including changing 5222000. and 1980-81, $236.000. noon. Addressed! to the Hover IK ir
c...,...*OlCommunity over Howard \McNeil.Of Director Jesse !Moore told the be approved however if intermediate classroomsto The county commission met ROTC training students ill and Cabinet, the resolution
into; the \983) votes cast on the Bradford School Board at its: federal courts approve moving primary at Brooker and Monday night to determine a be judged on drills appear- called for burring prisonersfrom
{ water management amendment :Monday night meeting. sixth graders from the Hampton elementary schools priority list of roads to presentto ance and cadet training durIng classes until adequate'
;'late lank :339\ indicated negative Tentative findings of the middle school to elementary and intermediate to kinder the DOT for its annual five- the pass and review. The space allowed for" sons aril

.......Mow litiurt Utr response to the levying of the seven-member survey team schools. board member Rodney garten at Lawtey. year projections. public is invited to attend this daughter of "those wl h.>. bear
I A. ....noF. .. one mill taxation. 426:! were forit. do not recommend the several Hall reminded the group.A Findings also recommend (Kepaxing of the Brownlee first portion of the all-day in- the burden uf "upp..rt"| cur inxtiluhons
.Wr$ Ctewtrt iniuwantaF.rp. classrooms proposed for the spot survey may be l M C I'u ie 1111 Road. SR-229. which runs spection of the group. through I taxi'sP.K.


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Miss Middleton Honored As "Hidden Heroine" +

Brownie Troop 127 gave a 40 years. Florida State College and. the Yhe ;
"Hidden Heroine" tea last The daughter of the late Dr. University of Florida where 64.fid- I7fkJFi
received her
she teaching
Tuesday afternoon from 3:30: and Mrs. W.E. Middleton.
She Is member
to 4:30: honoring Miss Madge! !Miss Madge las she is fondly degree. a
Middleton at Miss Middleton'shome called) was born in Brooker the BPW Club, Alpha Delta jfaJyt moot Society CJilor
on N. Walnut street. and Is a life long resident of Kappa sorority, Retired. ,
Miss Middleton a retired Bradford County. She had two Teachers Association, U.D.C.and --- ---- ----- -------- -- -----
and sister. a member of the First
school teacher taught atStm'ke one
elementary: School for Miss Madge attended United Methodist Church. Frank Cocclardi's Women's Club
During the past several "Spring Fashions Old And Now" Presented By Junior .

Southern Program PresentedAt years Miss Madge has made 16 JCiD&L: &
I over 70 afghans. Ce: : rate: J"7'II "Spring Fashions Old and chants. Mrs. Mona (: nova ,
Member of troop 127 are New were presented last provided piano sections! ,
UDC Meeting Mrs. Velma Thigpen, leader; AnniversaryMr. Thursday night by the Junior during the show. 1i1H I
Debbie Thigpen assistant Women's Club at the club Those modeling ftjf Eagle
Mrs. Kate Sheppard and Mrs.
The W T. Weeks chapter of ,
leader Lisa Kim house. ,
the United Daughters of the L.H. Jennings.Mrs. ; Te SPiveYb and Mrs. Frank Coc- were: Mrs. Eddie ,
Confederacy held its March Thomas, in charge of Casey. ciardi celebrated their 59th Dining tables for the Douglas, Miss psrbara .
Charlene Thigpen Tracey spaghetti Godwin, Joe ,
which Kirby IjiUlebran
In- supper
the an
of last program gave wedding anniversary Monday -
meeting Wednesday Denton, Helen McRae, Jackie preceded the fashion show and Broderick CraWfOrdModeling
home of Miss formative paper on Richard March 8.
week at the
Nicks and 1 Laura Garcia.
were covered with white linen for stump'sDepartment ;
:Madge Middleton with Mrs. Mallory, Fountaine Murrayand served cake in The Rev. Richard J.
The girls a cloths and held a red satin Stor were:
Robert E. Lee and their of St. Edward's
cohostess. Bowles, pastor -
Herbert Thomas as tha shape of a Bicentennial ribbon across the middle. Curtis Greene, Elie Jacobs
contributions to the people of
Catholic Church, officiated
Mrs. Lester Crews, vice- flag and soft drinks at the tea. Centering each table was a Bill and Brad Hamilton, Joey
the the South. She also talked on at a mass in their ;
president and presided over Mrs. Matt Mallory, eldest son of They presented Miss Madge home and dedicated the red,white or blue tall burning 1 terres. Mrs. George Huberts, ,
meeting appointed with a Bicentennial nag that In Mrs. Richard
taper crystal holders. KobcHS, Miss
Richard Mallory, who wrote
C.N. Christy :Miss Middleton made masses of the day to them.
the troop as a memento Reservation markers were Brenda Roberts and j Tarra
the first book on science navi this occasion
the Celebrating
and Mrs. H L. Speer on
of the occasion
made in the shape of red, Roberts.
of the
nominating committee. gation Navy. with Mr. and Mrs. Cocciardi
The hostesses served white and blue Liberty Bells. Modeling for Gator Country
Three associated memberswere refreshments were 15 of their friends and
during the social The icecream thatwas served Supply was Curtis (Qwrord.
taken into the association Rose Starling neighbors. for dessert held a tiny Miss Darlene Stancil snd Miss
hour. ,
Mrs, Weldon. After mass, luncheon was
Gladys served. American flag.A Margaret Ann :por/ man Bill Hamilton,son of Mr. and Mrs. Brian Hamilton, models
Willie Hinton, III mini-fashion show of modeled for T.G. & y. rust l.evl jeans and coordinated leisure shirt outfit from
period clothes from the past Slumps Department Store ut the Junior Woman's' Club
; Wedding March 19 Mrs. Spencer, 200 years were modeled. Modeling for Leila's were Fashion Shaw,
RALEY'SGROCERY Several articles of the clothing Tina Norman. Marla Reddish

Mr.Jacksonville and Mrs.former F.R. Starlingof Starke Blake Jackson dating displayed back In the 150 foyer.years Many were Stacey Mosley, Christie Denmark lidding; Lynn, Baptist Women Honor

Mrs. Olin White, Nfi. John
residents, announce marriage of the their approaching Wed February 28 authenic costumes clothes modeled of were their Greene and Mrs Harry New Young Womens Group

daughter. Rose Martelle to Mrs. Martha Spencer and particular period. Modeling Gruen.
Willie George Hinton Ill, son Blake Jackson were united in this period of clothing were Several ol shoes The Baptist Women of the several piano. selections during
of Mrs. Kathryn Hinton of marriage February 28 in Chuck and Vicky Goodowns, were First Baptist Church gave a the hour.llighlighting
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK provided by Stan's Pootery.
Jacksonville.The i Folkston, Ga.Following Mrs. Bill Shields Holly tea Sunday afternoon from
wedding will take place a week's wedding Shields Miss Monteray three to four o'clock honoringthe of interest .
6:30: A.M. to 10:00 P.M. Friday, March, at 6 p.m. at trip to Fort Myers the coupleis Wasdm, Miss Barbara participating Junior club in the djfiner tytrnbers and new young Baptistwomen's throughout points the FellowshipHall
Woodlawn Baptist Church.618 residing at her home on Godwin, Freeman Register, group.
IV, Mrs. James K. Smith show; were: Mrs. J rj.: Dukes Mrs. R.A. Green, Sr.. WMU were colorful arrange
in Jackson-
Stockton street Searing Street.
ICE COLD WINE Mrs Lewis Chaff, Mrs. ments of azaleas. Spring
t ville. Mrs. Robert Hall, Margie director greeted the guests at
-------------- Freeman Register JU, Mrs. flowers were used as a centerpiece
All friends and relatives are Hall, Mrs.\ Charles Goodowns, the door. Standing in the
PICNIC SUPPLIES invited to attend the wedding Mr. and Mrs. F.W. Strick Cassie Autry, Stephanie and Robert Hall. Mrs Gareth receiving line were 11rs.V.B.. on the tea table.
and reception. land celebrated their birthdays Kim Dukes Chris and Susie Jones Miss Monteray Mundy president of Baptist
t Wilson. and Wasdin, Mrs. Charles women, and Mrs. James A.
StateRd.100&18 which fall this month at a Andy Shilynn
Goodowns, Mrs. Gerald Ul'PI.1l' munr.KCLl'll :
------------- Chaff and Allyson Denmark. Griffin past president.Mrs. .
family dinner party given by HKSfl.TSHilda
l Between Starke & Keystone llgts.M Winfred Hazen of Gainesville their children at the home of Moderator for the eveningwas Wilson Mrs. Robert, Mrs. M.PatHtK Aiu:trq Welch, Mrs ILL. Speer registered Dey and Mrs. S.W.
Mrs. Heather Unluata of the guests and others assistingwere
visited Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rowell Hamilton the
Brown Mrs were winning
___ Carolyn r1Ad
Keystone Heights. Mrs. L.A. Canova, Mrs.
M.F. Hazen on Sunday. Monday night.
James K Smith. couple at Duplicate Bridge
Against the backdrop of a Maxie Carter, Sr., Mrs. J.D.
............................-. l1iNtN- -NINNN ----------- ----- country scene in Oklahoma, Seymour, Mrs. C.N. Christy, Tuesday night. Dr. and Mrs.
-- -- ----------- --- --- ------------------------- The Junior girls extend Ari Watana were second and
i models wore approximately thanks to Rosier's Nurseryand Mrs. Ted Oglesby, Mrs. L.H. Mrs. !MA Baldwin and Mrs.J .
80 fashions from local Jennings and !Mrs. Guy Sale.
mer Eugene Tanner
II. Mmesingt-r were third.
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United In Marriage Feb, 7 In Boca RatanMiss Celebrate 50th Anniversary Celebrates5th c BIRTHS

Eileen Allison Mr. and Mrs Clyde Hall '----- Birthday Mr, and Mrs. Eddie J.
daughter of Mr and Troxelll J Route 3, Starke, celebrated Lewis. Jr. of Brooker an-
P. Troxell of Boca Raton, and their golden wedding an- Little Kimbet-jy Dukes nounce the birth of a
George David Kelly, Jr of r. niversary on Sunday, Feb. 15, celebrated her fiftjp birthday daughter, Shondee Chere
Jacksonville, son of Mr. and with a reception held at the Tuesday afternoo\ When her Lewis, on March 6 In Alachua
Mrs. George D. Kelly, Sr. of home of Mr and Mrs. Rodney mother, Mrs. J.(7.? Pukes, General Hospital. Paternal
Lawtey, were united in P. Hall, Theressa. gave a party for per and 12 grandparents are Mr. and
marriage Saturday, Feb. 7, at The event was given by little friends. Mrs. Edgar M. Lewis of
7:30: p.m. in the First United their children, Mrs. Jimmy The party was held on the Brooker and paternal grand-
Methodist Church in Boca Ritch, Mrs. Merle L. patio of their home Where the parents are Mr. and Mrs.
Raton. Packham, Sr. and Rodney P. Charlie Brown l tune was Donald S. Alvarez of Starke.
Rev. Joseph W, Howell and carried out in the decorationsand
Rev Terry Thompson) performed Hall.Approximately 150 relativesand table appointments. The Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Watersof
the nuptials.Decorating friends called between the refreshment table Was centered Starke announce the birthof
the altar were *? appointed hours of 2 and 5 with a doll\) birthdaycake. a son Matthew Brian, born
baskets of white gladioli and P JJ Colorful ballt'lns|] t were March 7 in Alachua General
carnations and fern and two p.m.Mr.. Hall greeted the guestsat strung from the c\!,ling. Hospital. Grandparents are
candelabras.Bill I Ia4 the door and presentedthem Games with prizes were Mr. and Mrs. R.A. Colson of
Dake of Lakeland, to the receiving line -L enjoyed during the party Starke and Mr. and Mrs. J.L.
organist, and Michael Bailey, composed of his parents, hours. Waters of Lawtey.
Philip Prince and Dean MJI Clyde and Laura Hall, and his ; v Assisting in set-v'lhg were
I Pickett, soloists, all of Jack- sisters, Mae Ritch and Mrs. Bill Abram end( Mrs. Mr and Mrs. John R. Smith
sonville,presented a programof Majorle Packham. V.J. Spengler Kite's grandmother of Kingsley Lake announcethe
nuptial music. Miss Montez Ritch, granddaughter birth of a son, Jonathon
Les Stone attended as best of the honored Miller\ born March 2 in
man. Ushers were Donnie k couple, kept the anniversary i'4'i Shands Teaching Hospital.
Kelly, brother of the groom t book. Mrs. Pam Lee, grand- i I IMr Illy Maternal grandparents are
Dale Scott of daughter and Mrs. Alma //.WJ'+ '
Atlanta. Bobby -- Mrs. Thelma W. Leake and
Jewitt of Tampa and j'T Packham, granddaughterinlaw I -
Jerry t U. Z.A. Leake of Jacksonvilleand
r Mr. and Mrs. Larry
Pionessa at the and
of Jacksonville. presided punchbowl Mrs. Clyde Hall maternal grandmother is

Barbara Kultati served as Y' 4y Mrs. \nne Phillips, golden wedding bells were side of) the cake. Silver a Devrick son, Kinneth announce(Kid tHe) KaY birth On of Mrs. H.F Wilcox of)
matron of honor wkP r granddaughter, and Mrs.
and Tract
suspended from the held mints a nd nuts. Jacksonville and paternal
separater compotes March 4 at Putnat, Community -
Kelly,sister of the Karen Packham, grand-
groom, was plate in the middle of the !Mr. and Mrs. Hall were Hospital Maternal| grandmother grandparents are Mr. and
maid of honor. daughter-in-law, cut the cake.
Grecian pillars between the married Feb. 15, 192S, at the is Mrs. J4ccuel>ne Mrs. Palmer Smith of Jasper
The matron of honor Mrs. Debbie Traylor, grand-
wore a
lime long dress with daughter, and Mrs. Janice top and second! tiers. Silver Bradford County court Carver and pate-rf'll i grandparents No+lo a.o o.ofo.OWo o.e
green candelabras house in Starke
Hall daughter-in-law holding gold by County are Mr. find) Mrs.
empire waist, gathered candles and interspersed with Judge George A. Gardner. Denver R. Devriclj J / Know .
bodice, stand-up collar and w assisted with the serving. 2>; ijoo .
y i. NSi fern, were placed on either Witnesses at the weddingwere -' --- ,/'"
long sleeve bolero( edged with The golden theme was .
feather trim on the sleeves. carried out in the decorations.The the groom's father Mr. and Mrs. Vlrgu Jleiken Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lam
Madison Hall the bride'ssister
The maid of honor's dress was serving tables were of Starke announce the birth of Anna. III. are guests of Mr.
fashioned the same only in covered with white net and par3ona/a S S friend., Miss Miss Agnes Lucille Joyner Griffis.anda of a son. Brice KevH) Feb 28 and Mrs. L.C. Early for several
ParK) Community
apricot. lace cloths ever sold. The in Greater Orange days.
!Mr. and Mrs. Hall have Hospital Internal
Susan Carroll, sister of the guest registry table and gift
Mrs. Esma Yongue resided in Bradford County
grandparents are \jr and
bride table covered with lace Mr. and Mrs. A.W. Anderson -
Becky Leturmy and were
Mrs. Elva Green! of Fairfieldwere since their marriage. They Mrs. Ancil Gcfrs and
Joan Nichols. attended; asbridal ,Mr and Mrs. George' Kelly Jr. cloths over gold. The registry Monday visitors of Mrs. have three children, nine paternal grandparents are ,Jr. of Ventura, Calif., Former -
Starke residents, left last
attendants in gowns table was decorated by a i
J.G. Caldwell.Mrs I. and
grandchildren seven Mr. and Mrs. Virgil
identical to the honor atten- peau de sole with an attached The full sweeping skirt endedin single yellow carnation, great-grandchildren. Starke. Friday for 27 days vacation in
dants in shades of) dark blue, capelet around the shoulders, a chapel train with appli- baby's breath, fern and yellow J.M. Edwards, Sr. Australia.
yellow and burgundy.The long fitted sleeves. Appliquesof ques. There was also lace bow in a crystal and silver bud spent last week with her son-
bride, given in Venice lace encrusted with appliques down the front of vase. in-law and daughter/ Mr. and
marriage by her father, wore pearls were on the bodice, the dress and large bow at the The crystal punch bowl was Mrs. John Pare in Orlando.
an empire waistline gown of neckline and) edge of sleeves. .back of the waist. Her three encircled by fern and yellow
tier fingertip veil with bottom daisies. A beautiful Adrienne Barry was on an
tier edged with the same laceas arrangement of white gladioli oceanography field trip Sun Baldwin Chevy-Olds
secured to and white and yellow daisies in the
Hart Feed the dress was a day to Wednesday Keys
camelot headpiece with the with the golden numerals"50"surrounded with her class from St. Johns
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same pearl Country Day
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Pamela Sue Melton Joseph Massey Miss Tony Tot Of Jacksonville


I Repeat Vows Feb. 28 At Hope Baptist Has Lota.Of Local ConnectionsWhat

veil was secured with a would you do if Gnann, 4, first runner up in Jacksonville. She is also
cluster of oval pearls and she Mickey Mouse came to your the annual Miss Tiny Tot of granddaughter of Mr and
carried an illusion nosegay of Jacksonville contest sponsored Mrs. Evan W Hodges of
shades of pink carnations, "1 would invite him in to by the Pilot Club of the Brooker and Mr.and Mrs Tiny
white fuji mums, babies play with my brother, Barry Port of Jacksonville. Lovell of Theressa.
breath sprengerl and white and me," was the Inningresponse Stacie is the daughter of Mr. Stacie has also won
streamers. of Stacie Lynn and Mrs. Jimmy Gnann of trophies in the Little Mist
The reception was held in Family Frolics at Green Cove

the church annex decorated J 1JoJ.." Springs the Diaper Derby al'
tnotv Jacksonville Beach and Little
throughout with the colors of
n+1e ; $' the bride's wedding. Flanking Miss Princess contest Hc i ?
Mrs. Marion Moyer of Jack- Mr. and Mrs. WA. Stern include modeling
the bride's table were the gold and Miss pastimes
sonville is spending this week Louise Stern visited '
baton twirling dancing an
used!in the church.
containers with her son-in-law and Mr. and Mrs. Horst Beleau in football.A .
The punch and guest book playing
tables held clusters' of pink daughter, Mr. and Mrs. F.W. Hawthorne on Sunday. $50 savings bond wa
Strickland.The awarded for first runner up \'
and white flowers, sprengeriand Mrs.
baby's breath. Bradford group of Alcoholics Clyde B. Terwillegar, the Tiny Tot contest.
Jr will
enter the new of
Standing in the receivingline Anonymous and Ala-
Alachua General
were the bride and groom non and their families enjoyedan Gainesville Sunday Hospital for major 1hE Old yip'
last Saturdayat
and their parents. all day picnic the
surgery on right leg. The
the Blanding. Fishing
Julie Massey kept Camp operation is the restructure of
bride's book Susan Olson and swimming and good food was the Achilles tendon sues }
June Redfern served the enjoyed by the approximately

bride's cake Robin Lane 30 attending Mr and Mrs Bob Whisler of
presided at the punch bowl Chesterton Ind and Mr and
and Mrs. Myrtle Clary Mrs. Thelma Mendoza of Mrs. Dillon Whisler of Folks- _. AJr
last Thurs-
\ assisted. Jacksonville was guest of Mrs. ton, Ga. were Sunday visitorsof "If you're a self-starter,j,' r
to luncheon
Following a wedding trip day Mr. and
o South Florida the couple is Carrie Hitch andIrs.\ Mathews. Mrs Garl boss doesn't have to be 4 Stacie Lynn Gnann first runner uP In the Tiny Tot of Jack.:
residing in Jacksonville. Wooten. crank." sonville contest.
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Mr.and) Mrs. E.A. Melton Randy Brown were ushers.
Keystone Heights announce Mrs. Janice West attendedas '
tin marriage of their matron of honor. Patti U6 S. 301 S. SHOPPING CENTER Starke Fla.
daughter, Pamela Sue, to Rogers and Charmayne ,
Joseph Edward: Massey, son Crews were bridesmaids. Open Mon Wed 9 to 8' Thurs. Sat 9to9 Sun 12 to 6
ell Mr. and Mrs. W.R. Massey They wore Grecian style floor ----- I
of JackbunvilleIUv length gowns of burgandy
Merle Packham velveteen which fell softly
performed the ceremony from the yoke accented with PAPER NAPKINS DESIGNER DRAPES
February 28 at 730: ) p.m. in pink crepe. They wore pink !
\Hope Baptist Church in tulle and satin headpieces.Mrs. 160 ct. pk(.
Thercssa West carried a -
The chancel was centered renaissance nosegay of three -Single-Ply
with a 15 taper gold arch shades of pink carnations fuji 784 61 % ACETATE
candelabra flanked by two 9- mums, baby's breath and pink 2 39% RAYON SOLIDS and
branch.Hold: tree candelabras. streamers. The bridesmaids LIMIT 4 FOR $44
In front of the chancel rail earned medallion nosegays of 48" X 84" PATTERN'S
stood two gold containers of pink carnations, babies breath
white and pink gladioli, and pink streamers. APPROXIMATE SIZE
tarnations, fuji mums, babies Patty Stancil attended as
breath and sprergeri\ The flowere girl and was attired
pews! were marked with large similarly to the attendantsand ASSORTED STYLES AND COLORS
arrangements of flowers and carried a lace flower BATHROOM TISSUE TIER &
satin ribbons matching: the basket containing assorted
same flowers as in the center pink petals.. Greg Wheeler was : VALANCE TIER and VALANCE SETS l l6
arrangements. Palms and lily nng-bearer. 2-Ply
    used throughout the church. A marriage by her mother and s'P TIERS 56 x 36
    unity service was held by the father wore a white floor IT
    bride and groom. length gown of silk organza L Limit 2 ,, 'EA.- '- VALANCE 56 x 10 I
    Mrs Jane Touchton: and with a Peter Pan collar long $3-22 l
    Lloyd I'ouch ton. organist and tapered sleeves and long ... APPROXIMATE SIZE i
    soloist, presented a program chapel train embossed with
    of nuptial music. daisies. The bodice of the
    Billy Howard served as best gown was embossed in PAPER
    man and Steve Melton and delicated pink. Her illusion
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    Myrtle Anderson spent Among those attending the STRIPES $222
    Sunday and Monday with Mr. Lawrence Welk show at the PLANTER
    and Mrs! John Anderson in Coliseum Wednesday night HANGING IN MANY COLORS
    fallahan. were: Mr. and Mrs. Drew
    Reddish Mr. and Mrs Ben
    Mr and Mrs. .FV Herlongand Moxley, Mrs. B L Moxley,
    Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Stein- Sr., Mrs. Erme Netherland
    111l'l'r of Jacksonville were Mrs. L.J. Green, Mr and !Mrs, -6" Diameter BEDSPREADS
    Sunday guests of their Richard Cunningham and
    Molded Plastic "
    mount. \Mrs W.F. HerlongMr daughter, Marla, Karen '"
    Wiggins, !Mr and Mrs. Bob L .. Decorator Colors
    U.L. Moxley, Sr. and Ferguson and daughters, Dr (A.
    Mis Krma: Netherland of and Mrs. 11.H. Adams, Mr
    Midvillo Ga are spending and Mrs. Charles Hardy !Mrs, FULL SIZE QUILTED
    this week with their son and Robert Milner. Jr.. Mrs. J H
    laughter. Mr. and Mrs. Ben !Moseley and Mrs. L.N. SOLIDS AND PATTERNS $888

    Moxley PIckering. OOGI&OCJ:::
    !Dr. JaikC,, Hunter and two Local admittances to Brad-
    suns of Atlanta are Thursday ford County Hospital this 7- POTTING SOIL
    to Sunday guests of Or and week include: Mrs. Alice 50?
    !Mrs\ O.L. Haynes, Jr. McClellan, Michael Thomas ;..>h

    Mr. and Mrs Robert Barks. Mrs.Robert Ella Hall!Moody Trubie, Titus Olson Rowe, :4 Ibs. Super Vinyl

    dale of Starke and Mr and Mrs Vivian Beck, Perry OdorlessReady' 47 Mrs Richard Williams of Lyons, Dock Martin !Mrs to use 9
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    Jr. of Lafayette. Ind. will be \McLeod and Mrs Betty 1\
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    grandmother Mrs James Klsdon, Lake Geneva; \Mrs, LANTERN
    I liarnxiMr Louise \McCraney, Lawtey, 33 I ; ; from DuPont I When
    and Willie Carter Raiford
    : and Mrs Drew Reddish Jimmy Andrews of Furman i Gasoline fueled. 6%" You Purchase Lucite
    were in Wilmington. Dela. last University, Greenville. S C F1 ventilator. Green finish
    Tuesday to Sunday on business spent the past ten days with B t) i1 Wall or House Paint!
    and visiting friends. his parents.II'! and !Mrs 220J195 i aJ:
    James L. Andrews and with
    Mrs Merle Mardis of Mor- friends at the University of SPINCAST REEL
    gantown. W. Va is visiting South Florida Enroute backto Stainless steel covers r
    Miss Madge Middleton Furman Sunday he met his Spring-loaded drag $1588 I I O LUCITE

    sister, Joy Andrews of Inde Selective soft-reverse. i I II IUi? ,illl ll
    Mr. and Mrs. JOM1)'er5: pendence! in Atlanta. She it I i
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    James Montuoro u launhter :Mrs Robbie Shaller and Mrs. ANT OUl WHITE
    Tampa spent I II" "' ''f'k. Gladys Weldon at the home of COOLER STOVE
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    lJaldwin.Mr and Mrs U.ir\. !Hamil. the honoree attending nousllibis the whole

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    Hamilton 1IIt: V. ( Street r to tighten any interior LOW $7 99 LOW $8
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    where they were joined by Mr Kjlet: handles. Mint forest Green. Deluxe model. 3'4' pt. lanterns, & NYLON LATEX CAULK dWj IIElAn 1 GAL. REBATE CAL
    and Mrs. Mulford Baker of In trade area: '11.1"'per tank. Green heaters t Gallon\\ Size '
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    Palatka South Wins __ BHS Nine Shades Pal atka South 4-3

    Jimmy Prevatt's sacrifice defeated the Braves who were safe on an error with Hull and Jockel hit a batter and
    in the fifth inning pushed over runners-up to Deland in its scoring on the play. had the bases loaded, when
    2nd Bradford;Relays the winning run as Tornado own tournament. The Tornadoes picked up Jockel got the last batter to hita
    ., baseballers edged 4-3 by tough The Tornadoes punched a 1- what proved to be the winningrun long fly to center field which
    ., Palatka South for their fourth 0 advantage in the first inning in the fifth inninga.ftet- Jimmy Prevatt was able to
    Tornado thlnclads finished a Deputy of Palatka who won David Carter finished fifth in win Tuesday, March 9, on when Dinkie Kilby hit a tremendous out, Norman singled with Hull corral, to end the ball game
    distant sixth with 12 points in the two mile run in 10:31.6.: 3:46.6.Buchholz'winning time M. Bradford Field. triple and Jeff Nor- and Jackson Prevatt walkingto and give the Tornadoes its
    the second annuat Bradford Freddie Bell of Bradford of 3:25.7: in the mile relay was Jeffrey Jockel stopped man sacrificed him home. load the bases. Jimmy Prevail fourth wit against six losses.
    High Relays won Saturday, placed fourth in the 330-yard termed one of the best times in Palatka South, runner-up to In the third inning the Tor then pushed Norman over They play a return match
    ... March 5, by perenlally.tough Intermediate hurdles with a the state in the event by Coach Deland in Palatka's own nadoes added two more runs with the big run on a sacrifice.The with Keystone Heights on Fri-
    Palatka South with 66 points., time of +2.8. his best to date. Howard. "Amazing this early tournament last weekend in when Kilby singled, Norman Braves scored a run in day, March 12, at 7:30: p.m. in
    Eastside High of'Gaines Bell finished fifth in the 120- in the season," Howard said Palatka, to three hits. Jockel forced Kilby at second. Scott the first inning and another Keystone Heights.On .
    vllle, with speed to burn, wasa yard high hurdles with a time "It could take the state" fanned eight Braves, walked Hull then doubled Norman run in the second. In the seventh Wednesday March 17,
    close second with 57 points.. of 16.1, a second off winning The Tornado two-mile relay three, and hit two batters. home with a run. Jackson inning they started a the Tornadoes play host to the
    Orange Park High was third time of 15.1 posted by. Sim- team of Sherman, Mark Griffith .. ,y Centerfielder Jimmy Prevatt Prevatt sacrificed Hull to rally with two out When the Santa Fe Raiders In a game in
    with 46 points. Other finishers mons of BHS. ; Harold Waters, and ",,, ..- also caught a long fly to save third. Jimmy Prevail was Tornadoes made three errors Starke at 1:15: p.m.
    among the nine schools participating Bobby Smith threw the discus Frankie Crews finished fifth '. ., the win in the seventh after
    were GainesvilleHigh 127'2" for a fifth place finish in 9:22.: .......... ......;..a.;.... Palatka loaded the bases with -- : .
    fourth with 23 points; over 15 feet off the 143'4" "In that kind of competition BUS tennis player Danette two out. I" .
    Buchholz High of Gainesville, OP's Bishop threw to win. I was really pleased with the Rodrigue comes In close for Getting great pitching from F A, &. K FEEDS I
    fifth with 24 points; BHS, sixth The Tornado mile relay way they worked," said Coach another clean shot at her Lake Jockel, the Tornadoes L .. .' .
    with 12; West Nassau High, of John Lewis, Mike
    team Howard of the performancesof City opponent, winning the
    7th with 11; Bolles of Jacksonville Sherman! Marvin.Tyson, ,and Bell and.Hunsinger. match 83. BMS: All-Star North of Bradford Square Shopping Center On Edwards Road
    eighth with'eight
    points, and Clay High trailed
    Basketball Set
    with no points. Girl betters Go 5-21 0ur
    Distance man .Kirk Hun- 5yOP Tomorrow Night Ill
    singer got eight of Bradford's
    12 points with a fourth place Bradford Middle School

    and finish a in second the mile place run in at the 4:46.2:two For Bradford Tenn:is WinBecky basketball in an players intramural will participate All-- one

    mile run in 10:46.0.: Hunsinger
    game Friday night
    finished 14.6 seconds behind Bradford High girls went 5-2 Ruth Hazen and Danette Wall lost 1-6,3-6 to OP's March 12, at.the Bradford
    by Orange Park in a tennis Rodrique won both doubles Eden Harrington and Freida High School gym. stoP ti
    Adams Ties match on Raider courts last matches for the Tornado girls. Holmes lost 1-6, 1-6 to OP'SJudy Girl's play begins at 7 p.m. *
    Thursday March 4, to improve "We had a chance to play Kriensest. and the boys take over the
    is ,
    .their. season record to 5- regular matches since they The BHS girls next action courts at 8 p.m. Admission is
    For Second 3. had six courts and I was at home at 3:30: p.m. today 50 cents students and$1 for
    Lynn Pierce, Ruth Hazen, pleased with our win," said (Thursday, March 11), with adults. Concessions will be Garden
    Coach Melba Howard. Gainesville High. sold.
    and Pam Tucker won singles
    Pierce and Laura /..' ya
    matches :for BHS. Jennifer "Lynn
    In Azalea Jocke and Lynn Fierce and Evans (OP) played over two SUPP'Y
    ; hours and Lynn pulled out a :
    Bill Adams of Starke, club fine win." /X Carlton'sTV r (t's+t un
    champion at the Starke Golf BHS LiftersGo "Donna Samons and Shelly ,
    and Country Club, finished in Porter (OP) played 2'. hours Sales & Service
    a tie for second place in the but Donna came out on the
    three day Azalea Festival Golf 48-14 wrong end" said the coach. Headquarters
    50 East Main Street, Lake Butler
    Tournament held at the "This is a fine win and we
    Palatka Municipal Golf are now setting our sights on Phone 496-2917 \.
    Course March 57. By : Gainesville High for our sixth
    Adams shot a final round 70 Pirates win," Mrs. Howard states, We Service All Makes And Models 1l
    to have a 213 for the 54-hole setting the task for her girl 41 ho
    tournament which put l him In In the final meet of the netters. OfTV.fsSpecialized (\ d (..;:,-
    a tie with Radford Yaun of regular season the Bradford Lynn Pierce went 4-6, 6-4, 6- SEEDS
    Jacksonville University and High weight lifting team 1 by OP'S Laura Evans. Ruth Antenna Systems
    two strokes behind Jackson easily defeated Fernandina Hazen beat OP's Peggy Penn \ lEOIf -': '''''
    ville University's Robbie Gil- Beach 48-14 Wednesday, 6363. Pam Tucker won over -
    more who finished with a 211. March 3, at the Bradford High OP's Darien Andreau 6-3 63. COBRA .VEGETA LFS .../j,:
    Adams is a former winner of fieldhouse. Jennifer Jockel lost 2-6, 3-6 -
    the Azalea Festival Golf BHS Lifters ended the to OP's Tammy Gilley. CB RadiosSPECAL /
    Tournament.John season with 2 wins, 4 losses Danette Rodrique lost 7-5, 4-6, Wi'i''
    Watson of Starke and a tie.Summary. 3-6 to OP's Angelia Rice.
    played the first two days. of meet: BHS doubles team Pam / Fertilizer & Supplies
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    Henry} Perry (IF) 265, third. exhibition matches
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    I Tieer Basketball Dreams Dashed In Santa Fe Charge

    cJ then hit on a five foot Haiders were ahead in the with 32 seconds remaining. the Raiders netted 20 of 26 for White with five were the leading VConnell picked up two lead and spurred Iheni'lo-'! a :I II I
    LAKE.: IH'TLKK: Tension Perry shot The Raiders then contest only three times, 8-8 The Raiders then came a 76,9 percentage. rebounders for the Tigers. quick fouls In the second quur 22 halftime margin
    reigned' us the I'mon County jump buckets by Hart- and again at 12-10: in the first down and lost the ball on a vio- Coach Jimmy Thomas said ter and when he was taken out Thomas said that IhetTigi-rx
    Tigers gave( up an dll-ganu got two more lat with seconds Scortby Ouarlmunu the did offensively of the it seemed to spark good ,ronsislanldeleiisivc1 .
    wick and a final one by Camp-- chapter with the Tigers mov- Ion 21 remaining P. I IS 17 12 22 10 76 Tigers a great job game played a
    lead in I ho final seconds of ing toa 20-15( first quarter lead In the fourth quarter. Union' 20 lo 14 ,It 4 70 and defensively the Tigers ho quickly came \ game( ., to slop I lie
    regular!( play. then lost all hope and 64-62 in the fourth quarter, While the Tigers were work throughout the game He back and in one of their big (ireen Wave and I O'Conmll) / in
    ,ih Santa. Fe look a 76.70'ic.- on the shooting by Perry. ing the ball for the final shot illia Santa, Freeman P 01 Campbell, 3 If.3511 T white, M"r'w.ck o 11,, expressed his disappointment quarters of I the season. the second quarter| 1:
    lory in overtime. to take the Cranston Freeman kept the Perry was fouled by Camp- Brown. I 0 7. Sntepard 6 20 JenKmi ? that his Tigers were unable to"Sneakx" Perry started to find the Perry had :27! points in this
    Hl' lon :i \.\ liiiskvtball croon 6 Tolau, 28 20 I. and sparked the Tigersto
    Raiders close. Santa Fe won range
    "" contest. Paul U lute had ID and
    here Saturday night bell.Gerry Union' Holmes 306. Perry '13 6 37. GlVhilo r; /' before the
    !( the second 17-16 but White fouled out of 2.J: points trio row
    quarter Williams |12.;
    16 I Wdllem6.4117 McGill I I 1.P 1. Ralph
    Modulation pla ended in a ;,jJJ .....- Green Wave could score This
    lost the third 17-16 to UC the game for the Tigers in the Wnil 41ll Tol,," 70 20 70 --' .
    tili.Hfi<> !split on a MX-second In the second quarter the overtime period and this r -- moved the Tigers lo a 2'MHWillislon O'C'onnell) had :U7! points
    effort hv Urine Shi-ppatd.ho Raiders put a muzzle on seemed to give the Raiders a The Raiders out reboundedthe e r
    1 elm i e i In I lor II une-ha ndor I rom Perry but Paul While came big push in the final moments Tigers 40 to 23. Ralph
    bout( five lee! out The Tigers I'l'nion through with seven points and of play Williams with 10( and Gerry Tiger Miscues Mean
    had assumed \e hal looked! like Williams with six to
    Ralph 6
    a i I"'npllinl Il'adlllh ten Santa Fe will bring a record
    the 36-32 half- I
    Tigers a
    give of :20 wins and eight losses into 911
    seconds to !go( when "Snl'aky" time lead. Sheppard started to BHSNine
    Hiiv/.io Perrylaid a of the state tournament in Jack Win
    up pair find the range and hit eight 8-5 Williston
    tree I throws to the Raiders sonville. They play the ,
    points keep
    Sanla Fe prepared for the close Blountstown Tigers the state'sseventh Shuts Out
    regional finals with a il4311\ ranked team who
    i>\en' K Yongi' "Friday night, The Tigers have won 24 and lost six. The
    third For UC
    lead in the quarter to 50-( KH 4-0 First
    action that was followed l h\ 44 as Perry once again started Haiders will take an eight Defeat
    (the Tigers' l li7.62'iclory in County ball-aflame with six and game winning streak into the
    to : points
    semilmal play Gerry; White war kepi to a Gerry White had four. Hart- game which will be played on STARKK A determined broke I the sevengame -ingle inns in the second and
    Santa "Fe look ommand minimum of scoring in Thursday afternoon at 3:30: ( I'.radlord High shut out
    wick with four points kept the !( nine\ inning streak of the filth i inning
    almost immediately' in over- regional tournament action p,m. in the Jacksonville Coliseum the Keystone Heights Indians baseballcrs
    the contest.
    Raiders in
    I'mon County
    nine as hl'pp.ll'd'drove' in due lo the Ooiible-nidiining 4-0 behind the two-hit pitching Renrfitting! by 16 stolen
    Raiders back in 'ridolIal'ch
    and hit on a. driving lay'up, He defensive measures. The basket got and Perry concluded his second of Jackson Prevatt here on w ith an H-5 win who bases and several passed balls
    business a committed
    :hen hit on Iwo I tree throws on a season on the Tigers varsityby :Monday. March R. : xtil d. oyer'theTigers I the Tigers scored an easy I 1:1.:1: :)
    and the Raiders<\ had a 70-KK hell, Perry then hit on two free free bucket throw by Kenneth Campbell Brown.and a scoring 32 points, including The Indians' biggest threat '(e... a rash ol costly errors \"11.101'TUI'!taOl'I'\ theNcwbt'rrv

    lead, flex 1I00rt\\ ick, I the throws t to"close out the scoring Then Paul by l White hit the last \14 the Tigers scored in came in the top of the sixth The Tigers made it two w ins : : Panthers; .
    other line guard hit with I 41)cmaiiiing ) on a the game. inning Kevin Bannon worked\ U in three I games when they I'HS scored two runs in the
    bucket and White hit
    <1111> .a. driving lavuplo Prior to knotting the /game throws Gerry the on The Tigers finished the sea Prevatt for a walk, Bruce picked back up Saturday I first inning when (.'lemons
    free to
    make it ; -titi. up at I the final. lazier I the two back ahead put five son 15.12. Williams had 12 Bleasdale was sale on an defeating P.K. Tongs 82 In singled and stole second
    Tigers by points and Paul White 11 in the error with Harmon going( Gainesville, then wallopingthe Whitehead singled him home
    ,points.the fourth 5441l'ilh\ 6:19: to play name against Santa Fe around to third lileasdale ., :Newberry Panthers H-.l.:! : Whitehead then stole !second,
    in quarter. then broke For second on I the 6 Tuesday\; at :New berry moved lo third on a ground
    NOTICENow Campbell netted two free Sheppard with 20. Hartvt ick Ironl end of a double !steal and \gaiiist 1 Uillislon the'ligeisl.ii out. and scored hl'n Kslorc:! !'s
    throws for the Raiders and 18. Freeman 17. and Campbell Iheielay home nipped H.mnonto .",, ...11'III1g. 'scoring first 1 mumnnuult j.l"Oundl'rHI( :' booted\ \ the
    Williams hit on a driving I II led the Raiders in scoring, end the inning I Panther shortstop

    Available Bagged Tankage la>up, The teams traded bas- The Tigers hit on 25 of 59 The second inning providedthe I la/en i .Inniiiv it :\I"hll'wid I In the fourth inning( the
    kets until the Raiders went shots for a 42.4 shooting average Tornadoes with its first liavid Powell Miiglcd storing Tigers picked up three tuns
    ahead 64.62 on two free throwsby Santa Fe hit on 28 of 64 for run. Charles. HI'l'lslas saleon the inn when Jo. ford singled and stole

    MEAT & BONE MEAL Sheppard with 1:47: a 4:1.8: axerage. an error He stole second Thl'II1.Idl' it 1-0 alter two second and :Moblej' walked
    ri-maimng. Perry tied the In free throws the Tigers 20 and scored when :Mike Kitchens mils ;Alien Dean I Dukes and They engmeeied a double
    on a five foot jump shot ul :2H lor a 71..4 a'el'altl.hlle and steal l. runners at.
    game was safe on an error Tim \\luteheadinglid.1. pulling
    50 % PROTEIN BUS got three more runs in Ileum doubled them( both second and third l Both scored
    BHS Golfers Take Pirates the lourth inning. Jeffrey home on David Powell's single:
    Joikel singled and stole 'Ihe Red Devils scared them Dukes then doubled Powell

    r '" second Hovels I lied out winning i'i>ns in the lop nl I the home
    For All Animal Feed In a .lose match that wasn't In high school the gathers moving( Jockel to third fifth when!> Frankie .Inhnson, t'HS picked\ up I three mote
    decided until I the final hole! play nine holes There are six liichaid Hall walked. Kit- opened with a Dingle and in I the sixth when Hcmmrsingled.
    Including the Bradford High Tornado participants. The low lour \'Ill'IlSas sale on an. error Howie Perry seldom Buttli ( i.jmer poled .1, long Tim l'raulord ran Inv
    golf team defeated (he Fornandina players' count as the teamscoie. !scoring Joikel: KIIl'Ill'ns'nl got the c'hil"I'P to l take a home i rnll. Tlnxuned\ I lilli' him and stole second
    I Beaih Pirates I \Id-1:! lid ( The team with lowest 1 to second in( the play and Hall lay 1.11) like this all alone hut innbum'lung two base Crawford moved to third when
    Dog Feed 100 Lb. Bags at the Stai'ke Golf and Country score wins.There moved to third I Dinkie Kilbv managed lo lead the lion hits" ainuiid Iwn'1'Ig't' i-nors C'lemons I lied out .and scored

    \. .. Club course on :\1 11l1da\':. home matches will was hit In u pitch loading the; CounU \team ill both strlioiisof in .1 i I IJ:!. > "in I on a passed ha II.hlll'hl'ad .
    WMMMM HMBM M WMMMMeMB March H spice I he Tornadoes'. up- UisesIto. tournament play with :27! \\ was sale on .in
    canning schedule. They meetPalatka and :ii t:! points. Tins wathe 1'igus I 11I.'tI. l'ITor.l'1I1 lo second on .1
    (inffin. the Indian pitcher
    Tornado( l linksmen !scored in I South .. .idaIan'h. then loss of tineason passed) ball 1I000c'lI.alkl.eI.
    Hall off
    National Protein Inc. the follow ing lII..nm'r10111. : : II\\2. \\l'olassau: :Monda.v.Match '. third for the seconJ! out with pull the game' out lo go to the 'I'he Tigris/\" Inoke last in itsMionil and but h may cd up on a double
    I Ill'I'I'I'S 40. Lee 40. Scott andlal"l'll'nri: state tout n.inient fur a second no-conlctcmc\ in ol
    Casey : t l U Kitchens moving to third and steal I. Whitehead I then scored:
    Unbelts 41. and hobby Pat TUI'odaloIn'h: IIi. year ulna roc 'the MM Mill "\l'r I' K \ onuc,
    another passed hall with
    Kilb.v to second! Jeff :Norman on
    Hampton Hwy 221 teison 42Fanning:! In these.' matches the Tornadoes then; !singled( home Kitchensand In I the opening, game against 1 In the Inurth inning Ihev got Ha/en going to third Ksford:
    17. Lynch 42. will try lo impiovc on Kilby Da.vtona Beach, Father Lope .1 i i full altei one mil\ when singled scoring Ha/en j
    9648083 31141c11g4.< Chapman 4" md :Mclaughlin its lour wins! and two loss inffin went all the for (iretn.nt- the Tigers I Mikes doubled!> and .cored| on The Tigers Pll'kc'Cup\ their :
    _. 4": wire the' Pirates scorers. iecord. the \Indians giving up 4 runs, ,I stalled slowK.Mike I .1 1 iinginiiingle: liv l.anv, Imal' two runs in the 7th inning ,

    hits :'I I walks and !struck out 4 : I 'I hey Rol lour f innin I
    Jackson Prevatt picked up who is !being> sought Dukesmglid. went lo second on a passed r
    the win and !'shutout giving up alter, In a. IlUI11!>I'1' nl out ofIall' i- lemon..ingled.wlu-n\ \\ hilfluadsingled. ball then stole third "Filers
    two hits lo Kevin Ha MI ion and colleges: including theI'nivcrsitv I IkiM-ii walked, I'sI: lnrcl scored as Ilemme grounded\
    Bruce Hleasdale. struck out ol Houston, stalled 111'1111111'al"I'II., and out 'lemons singled and wentto
    !seven and walked. lour to I mil the range and hit on U I: :Mible.icnliced I Ile Imali second when the center
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    HI IS record IS :J-fi I IK.i( first t quarter' margin) i run' Have ('lemons, then stole third urd
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    March 11,1976 TELEGRAPH 1'1I1f'

    ". ,, : "" :' --,,_ :.,. :_.... BHS Five Edged 49-46 In Region-

    A tense Bradford High five BUS controlled the ball 14 one-and-one. Willis Berry in double figures. Alfred Ross cut the lead to 10) points several
    was edged 49-46 by Titusville more seconds until Mike rebounded and Amos blockedhis added eight points,and Milton times but could get no
    Astronaut In the preliminariesof DeVoss stole It and fed Astro- shot. Berry calmly sunk Baker six.Wayne closer.
    the Region 2 Class 3A state naut's big gun Candy Mar- two free throws with 39 Berry sunk a turn- icon by.Ouvttrt
    basketball play-offs Friday shall, who bucketed 18 points. seconds, Bradford's final around jumper from 15 feet T BHS/* 1 U l 120, \10 10 a16 49
    night in Leesburg.;(. points in the 46-49 loss. Astro- out at the buzzer ending the
    The Tornado five led 16-10 Marshall drove down fast, naut got its final basket on a first period. He threw the ball IMS: Baker 306,, Wayne Berry 122
    slid to a stop, and fired from the 26, Ron 408,Wlllli Berry 081. Moody
    r after the first period, was layup on which Wayne Berrywas in from half court as ,
    about 15 feet out to Titus- 000. Godwin 000. Aldrldne 000
    down one point, 28-29 at the ville ahead with put left called for goal tending buzzer sounded for the half. Hampton 104 Totals' 21 4 4,
    45-44 2:10
    half and down one point, 38- in the : because he had his hand over The Tornadoes, Coach Sexton TAi Marshall B 2 18. CKrll' Coiling
    BHS game.Bradford's worth 033. Greg ColllncjJvvorth 1111.1
    39,after the third period. the rim."They.
    Milton Baker said, forced the ball to the Delaney 01 1.O.VO66 10 10, Amos 3 0
    went ahead and held the lead
    for almost six minutes in the walked with the ball at 1:56: outrebounded us in basket at times when they 6 Totals I11 49.Titusville .
    again turning it over to Titus- the first half. Titusville was should have held up and
    fourth before going went on Saturday
    t quarter ville. Marshall shot but waited for help. They also
    under. again missing but getting the second night to edge 68-66 by Lees
    BHS players were tense in missed at 1:43: and Hampton shot," Tornado Coach Mike missed several costly lay-ups. burg to become Region 2 Class3A
    and rebounded for BHS when the Sexton said, analyzing the the
    the tournament situation ball Leesburg, the tournamenthost champions of 1976. By
    outside. .
    forced shots Coach Mike Sex popped game. school, turned off the win the War Eagles earned a
    w ton said. They were also out. ..-. -- hopes of Ocala Vanguard 76-50 berth in the Class 3A state
    rebounded 46 to 29, and missed in the second game Friday tournament and will meet
    several layups which proved night. Leesburg jumped out to Tampa Jesuit at 7 p.m. tonight
    Cl costly, although each team '. .. an 18-3 lead in the first periodand (Thursday, March 11)) in the
    had 21 field goals. t never let up. Vanguard Jacksonville coliseum.:
    With 5:10 left in the game. ..
    BHS was up 44-39 after two "
    baskets by big Wayne Berry, .. f General Electric air \ f
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    with 26 points, and one by conditioners and heat

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    basket with 5:10 left was the best values around.rebatabl:1 lIt's
    final Tornado field goal.
    BHS brought t the ball down not even debatable.
    twice and missed from the
    outside. Meanwhile Astro-
    naut's Mike DeVoss got in fora
    lay-up and hit from 12 feet
    ... out to close the War Eagles to N i
    .. 44-43. C Dlck Manm

    Wayne Berry hit from everywhere against Astronaut, leading all scoring with 28 points! and Leading one point with 3:41: Den Rowan
    bringing down 13 rebounds Here he buckets! one from the side, after a BIIS teammate fed the Coach Mike Sexton orderedhis y.F
    bull over u tall,\ tronallt plu>er. basket bailers into a stall.
    Astronaut's Greg Collings-
    worth stole the ball, but
    walked, and BUS got it back.At .
    3:02: Astronaut tied up 4r
    w k _
    little Hampton and controlledthe .
    REVIVALServices ball on the jump. The War -
    Eagle show missed, and big : dr'r.r
    Wayne Berry wrestled the ball Milton Baker missed this shot after he brought the ball'fast M'VIII
    out to the quick Hampton. on Titusville and forced the ball toward the basket. This was
    one of the problems of the BUS game Coach Mike Sexton y 'ery"'OIII'
    said.There were times BITS should have slowed down and set
    up for a percentage shot. 1i.

    March 14 Thru 21 Dixie League With 45 seconds left, Astro- Astronaut Coach John i.-. I- -
    naut's Steve Amos got behindthe Davenport called it "a pretty
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    defensive ball ,
    BHS press. He was fed the good game
    ball underneath the basket fora both ways.
    In Union County cheap layup which virtually "They really fooled us with
    Sunday 11:00 A.M. Daily 7:30: P.M. killed Bradford's chances. their quickness and their big Deluxe m
    LAKE BUTLER-Thursday With 40 seconds Hampton boy" Davenport said of the Cenlrtl
    -rwrr 'Wi night March 4 the Union fouled Amos who missed the Tornadoes.The Air Condition/
    /.iI .. i''or'\' REV County Parks and Recreation BUS defense "intimi- TA-R1 Modal WEATHERTRON
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    'T County High Baseball Coach Davenport said his team is FROM $50 TO WA and WC Model
    Terry Stroemer to discuss the I used to making more baskets
    i PAULAAEIGSEvangelist Dixie League summer than the 49 points it won on.
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    recreation programs:: Astronaut outrebounded
    t (Nursery Provided) Stroemer-told the board of BUS 46 to 29, although Coach up to $100 cash straight(to you Equipmentmust
    attending ;.a meeting in ti Sexton felt his Tornadoes got be installed by May 31. 1976.
    4p Tallahassee where the I on the board better in the
    statewide plans for the Dixie second half Wayne Berry led
    Corner Of Your Refund Will Be:
    League program was outlinedto BUS rebounders with 13 and
    dtP61 t6a the various represen- Alfred Ross had 7. Chris Coll- UNIT CAPACITY REFUND AMOUNT
    ( rU61 Clark and Jefferson tatives. 63Q ingsworth had 14 rebounds for S 50
    Plans for players signing up Titusville and Candy Marshall 2.24 TONS
    CQ"pc.Q Starke, Florida for the teams and coaches for 3.3TONS S 75
    these teams will be" announcedlater. 12.Both teams had 21 field 4-5 TONS $100
    goals. BHS shot 37 percent, 21
    for 57. Astronaut shot 46 percent CALL TODAY FOR A FREE ESTIMATE AND HOME SURVEY.
    Coach Davenport said.
    Astronaut shot 15 foul shots Brown's Refrigeration &
    and made seven. BIIS bucketed

    Manufacturers Sales Room throws.Wayne all Berry four kept of its BUS free in Air Conditioning

    the game. He scored 12 of Starke 226 S. Walnut
    / BHS' 16 first period points. He 3113'16325 964-7731
    was the only Tornado player:\

    Open To The PublicComing J
    '- -

    t: On A

    \ 1 iI1IAft1LM1aFi

    Out Of The ii

    '. Sewing Room The Wayne Berry !gets up high I Iovt'r FabulousMobile
    tall Astronaut players for I GSi
    his favorite Jump shot. TA's [
    Right Now (l-r)Candy Walker Chris! Col- I
    I leisure llngiworth: and Greg''
    Colllngsworth! positioned
    themselves between Berry
    ; Look Is In and basket and outrebounded

    } <<,r BIIS.
    J it

    I Men's Leisure Suits leisure Suit GHS Goes 7-0 _

    .I On Home
    Made From Luxurious Double Knit Pastel By UCNetters

    :' Cross Dyes By Burlington Industries, $1195I GAINESVILLE!: Gainesville ,
    Purple Hurricanes boys
    : Complete Detailed Tailoring' In Both Jackets and Pants. i iI tennis team easily defeatedthe I,
    I Union County Tiger boys
    I Over 800 Suits In Stock team 7-0 Monday, March 8.

    f; 0 ManyMany Colors To Choose From here.Overpowering the Tigers in 3 Bedroom 2 Bath

    five singles matches the Hurricanes -

    AlsoHundreds Of Other Items In Stock i &'f'A lost only 2 games in
    : the S sets that were/ played.
    The doubles matches produced Air Conditioning &

    Huge Savings some exciting tennis
    ; I II with two close matches. Greg
    I Ginstrom Jose Acosta UtIS Family Room |

    ; Direct Prices From Manufacturer You in lost the to McCollough number one Barrows doubles

    match 9-7.Tom Rlherd-Jorge h Wood Burning Fire Placej
    i i Acosta L'HS lost to Diaz Rm-
    gleberg 8-5 in the other

    I Men's & Boy's Ladies doubles The boys match.now have won two Plus Skirting j

    matches and lost three.
    The girls team did not play
    .Leisure Shirts $750 .Screen Print Blouses 5375I this week and has a record of
    I one win and four losses. Your Complete Mobile Home store .
    t .GuayaberasCasual $725 .Polyester Pant Suits 51250I Both the boys and girls
    teams played Macclenny on
    Jeans M Up .Denim Skirts $750 Wednesday. March 10 as the John Brown's
    Telegraph went to press, in
    I Knit Slacks $793 .Denim Jeans 5625 Macclenny.On .
    Thursday, March 11, the
    boys team travels to Santa Feat
    Mobile Home CenterHwy

    Lake Butler Apparel Co. Free Bag Of Monday 4 p m. March 15 the boys
    RemnantsFollow play host to. Oak Hall at 3:30:
    p m.
    Wednesday March 17. the 21 473-3775
    i Mon-Fri9:30-5:30: : 9:30-2:00: The Signs boys and girls play host to

    s Macclenny at 3:30: p.m.

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    I'age II TIU.nlt1'1IIart'h; : II, 1976

    10 Enter .1976 Strawberry! .. Queen Pageant:


    :Miss Barbara Ann Godwin is a senios'! .b i h(dfQrd lIghSchool scrod by Sawyer-SIade Gas ages of 16 and 21 by April 1 1. [
    l 17. i is the daughter of Mr and and b' gp o"florect t by Miss Darlene Stancil, 17, is 1976. They will be judged on I
    !Mrs Henry Godwin, She is a Carlllurst'Ation. ;" I\Jj,l> Service Sta the daughter of Mr. and Mrs natural beauty only. This shall _
    junior at Bradford High C.E:, Stancil and a senior at be Interpreted to Include
    School and is sponsored by Miss Li\ (t thleen Mitdaughter Bradford High School. figure hair, face personalityand
    TervMllegar Motors. chell. 16, I khe Of Miss Laura Kay Thomas, poise
    Bliss Karen Marie Jackson Mr. and MA Fie i non. Register 17. is the daughter' of Mrs. Judging will be in street _
    17 is the daughter of !Mr. and Jr. )R.lg&.I \ ItcHeil: If a Seletta E Thomas. Miss wear sports clothes swimsuitand
    !Mrs. Leroy Jackson. Miss junior at 11r 1fofti >Jigh Thomas Is a senior at Brad evening gown.
    Jackson is a senior at Brad School and 1)I A sponsored by ford High School. She is sponsored Deadline for entering is 4r / (
    ford High School and is sponsored Happy Stof ,/filJlf Service Sta. by Jackson's Building Wednesday March 17. Entry
    by Morning Sun Health lion Supply blanks may be picked up from
    )Fold Store. Miss I\IJ f\ret Ahn Nor The Junior Women's Club of Mrs. Chris Wilson at 410 Short
    :Miss Kathy Sue Locke, 17. is man. 17. is J\r.lq"'ght I\ r of f Mr Starke is now accepting entries Street or \Mrs. Pat Welch at
    the daughter of James Lockeof and Mrs. F'j\'>/ /MJArtohn. Miss for the 13th annual 1261 Johns Drive. Entrantswill

    KMINN; I.\I .: ; Tallahassee and Mrs. Joy Norman Is, IIeo'or <>t Brad- Strawberry Queen Pageant be entertained at a coke I.U'KA KAY TIIOMiS
    Torode of Starke. Miss Locke ford High P 1At01, l wd is spon. Entrants: must be between the party at. the country club

    Ten entries have teen I Saturday March 20., and \\ill
    "ii-coixod as contestants in the !go to Maas! Brothers (lor instruction -
    l I'lili; Hradlord County StraxIx'rix \KK\K\ UH\\I\; with a fashion coordinator -
    IJueen Pageant set for l\KI.KM-: : STANCIL ,
    Allen Ifi. daughter 9 's, 1
    March: 27 in the Uradlord High :Miss Ann
    school, Auditorium at H\ p m1'he' of :\1 rand :Mrs Robert )K; ', st
    are in alphabetical: I Alien Jr :Miss Allen i is a junior '
    at Hradlord High School H ,. SWARMINGERM ,' ES l
    the Brad-
    and is sponsored' by h ..,
    lord Teleur.iph:
    :Missnna :Maria Alvarez. (They Look A Lot Like Ants With Wings)

    Iii ,is the daughter: of :Mr and
    ; :Mr- \\I Ilia III AI'arl'zllss: If You're Not Sure. Call UsLORIDA
    MX areis a junior at Hrad
    lord High School) and is spon- '
    -red In TC.&YMiss .
    : i i arol I I. Beam \lit.! is r t ct PHONE 964-5745
    111'111'1'J I ho daughter "I :Mi and :Mrs. > 1 t 41Y441''Ptl Esi
    I Daniels) :Miss Beam i is a 1974 + / FREE INSPECTION ONIROL

    graduate! of Hradlord High 1 1...r. :.r ,m- ._J
    School and is sponsored! by \( .DIAGNOSIS & ESTIMATE 5 2191PINT gpqNym
    I Kadcock )Kurmture Store K.11tEM111tll': : : JACKSON:\ KXTIIVV/fl\ : LiK'KK LIS\ KATIII.KKN MITCIIK1.I. :\1.\K;,VHKT: ANNK:\ :\ : NOH.M.V: :'i lR


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    in, :MrK order. H to>I1S.FIh save eleclncitv' : I'\ MOM.Ai nOSO\. /, SRI 6 II CALCULATOR ; 5 SKEINS IN 3 J stir'.

    : : HO degrees'F'is 00
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    the reunninpndcd l temperaniic AK11.PERSPI1\J\K DRIP FILTER REG 6 99 ,
    I in -cl, hni \\.1 ter hiMtiTtji'cutw -- ; s .
    this is the re-coin 4 .!!!!!.
    results nu'iidcd temperature washing for cotton best I ONE 3,888 2888
    LIMIT\ \ r ,
    clothe/ and to assure sanitation \ "
    and best detergent action OUR CHOICEtAL r :; ?
    IIII'I .in automatic dishwasher ORALORREC r rqw i0 {
    tn inhibit streaking and room
    .potting f Special, hay functions ELECTRICITY S;,
    In get' the most efficient use fE" duare root squares DOES THEWORK PROCTOR DELUXE ALUMINUM :;
    nut nl the water }ou heal you :reciprocal:I common; eta and then iii. ." !
    \ natural logarithms'
    in.ix hdblls need First.! to use clungc cold a water few \L t"tit tAOMe'1ER _power aft well y to at the addition. poweipi .. I REG 13 99\ ELECTRIC FOLDING j
    fur niiMng duthl'S.arm subtraction arid divisionInstant, ,' S III\, BED
    \ JUICER I
    water i HHI degrees F'> for ___ 8 place accuracy WITH 3 INCHMATTRESS i ay
    \vi.hiiig normally! soiled l man 1 JUICE IN SECONDS HEAD ?
    nook labncs antI l cold water 2* s-U1"JOHMSOH'" t
    'not below 70 degrees F'I i to fr'
    wash. colored clothes Second Di GALAXY OSCILLATING ,

    dun hut. \\.ilei Ir.ik Third s I' $ $ N
    insulate( hot water pipes 8\.t 12 INCHD 1088 }
    l-iiuith.! IIl1la\alon! for shax
    inn and\ stop that continuous \ SAVE FAN f
    Him Filth, showers usually REG ?qi99i 95 'Ky
    use less water than baths ,< Illol PIRS 3.11 f '
    Sixth, start your cooking with DA 3 SPEED PROCTOR SILEXTOASTEROVEN 16 Oz. x: :
    cold water instead of hot from wA0N9rnnrnr, FINGERTIPCONTROL


    (H'KSIIOVhen: : a recipe COCOABUTTE GRILL
    i .ills lorllotii asathiikinei, is' OEW\THPUREii\ REG 2999 TOASTER-SE
    tlit-rea substitute I could use" FOR EXTRA THRU PULL -0404B ,
    'SOS Participant i iNxVKK _
    \ : (Out of (Hour-
    HA'IVE Limit Two Reg '!11
    Substitute For 1 tablespoonof ALOE
    Hour! 'used as a thickener I '
    use tablespoon) of cornstarch ALOE SUNTAN t

    potato starch, rice SIZE $134
    starch, or arrowroot stjrch 1011011 a OZ .
    or I tablespoon of quick cook IrV REG 24 99 I
    nig tapioca

    IKS0Are| ; : moldy
    foods. such as jellies safe to DePreel 1' iii'
    use" i :Mrs B B i I
    ,\'S\\ EHIolds: : are
    iKuallx considered harmless D rREI
    but recent knowledge: indi DtPREE n
    salts that some mxco toxins VITAMINCTHERAGARDS
    resulting from mold; growth D PREE
    im I looils'' are harmful according A popular nuintiontl, 'tid, -. omn I HIGH POTENCY ""''LSu Pc1 Solo
    6 "' _250m 51695109 1 C
    to the loud specialist 33 10500'a
    )Extension; Home )Economics; lot wtight, 100'" Rag. WHEATAVIMS [ 250 m SJ 49 S219 ; VIUKHC;
    University: of )Florida! Today S495DcMEE 1 MLTI) YIT1aiN Tha iiltimata in eampcahanuv 500mq. 2S0'I
    I 549
    we are not certian whethermolds Oatryll1/ / 318
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    WP .high potency regimen ol' I
    ones To be safe D.PR"
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    avoid eating t jelly that 1 is overgrown FRUT-PAK VITAMIN-C gif .%nulnanli.ssas wh"'MS'
    with mold Vitamin, C in a alaatani.ch_. 1S0'a. -
    I Perhaps i you haw asked 178 I shoo dellclousll.vo,..100's. I, 349 J o'VII.mlns.nd' moods.
    some of these same questionsor Rig $239 n thaiapautic itrangth.100t.Rag. 11 :

    have other related home S49S ?!. .. < '"
    (economics questions l If so 1.1,1't'
    contact your County Exten- O.PREE
    sion Home Economics Agent. SKIN OIL'
    Mrs Decks Giebeig. Agricultural li9>.IS
    Holding"' !I i fair grounds) V3112AM9 The ptrttct conditionar tor Ilia *
    thin ha lovat eo touch, r 9ahewabiamulhpir :
    or call \%>4 6554 weekdays from D. p U r .v.
    h..Ao, M 95VITAMINE rn
    Ham to:3; p m This service is wtaminaandren.'
    free to all people without Bv(OMPLEXU. WHEATACOLD.rREE 100'L Raq.52 98 _"

    regard to race, color or -
    SKIN CREME ._'L/tV+ ,,,,.* ,I/IB., ",,,... ;: fg'cOMPUlMinfffi Tha anargv raftonr),tormula-* Wka.col VIT AMINE CAPSULES
    Willi l l'"Aq" of Vgamu" rich in vilamint, non another Tha Vitamin. E [El
    Energy Savers "Jf The pried make u* bat to anhanca C te1 Sgy1d.100't! ; tOOMt IMl minaralt. Camp...wllh laadinibrandi. r.hFr aqua' ''om. you haar M much about. A i pure tharaptuncallv L' ... i ii
    2' your cotmatici while it 89 100't. Rag.M.91 -
    Keep a water container in pro>ida your shim with the natdadl I I% IONIC I
    the; refrigerator so when you Vitamin E. I'/i/ o<. Rrq.$2.98 'e t 1 ,. 67 I 200'U'$247400IU$399, 111 __
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    March 11,1976 TELEGRAPH Pag. It

    Connie Clark To Speak 1; '. ..1 rJ\ Politicos Among 50 To Walk Saturday

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    AtBUARCMeet Tonight Several local politicians and Colley Road, then go north Lawson, Larry Saucer, Greg
    ....... office holders will join more |past SES !and Brad- Jackson, Mark Boxx, Ann
    Connie than 50 strutters in the annual ford County Hospital before Godwin, Jenny Tomlinson,
    director Clark assistant are sponsoring a booth for I March of Dimes WalkAThonthis reaching SR-230 (Call Street). Kenny and Kay Chitty.
    Union of the Bradford- BUARC, which will display Saturday, March 13, The troupe will again head Other Individuals interestedin
    Vocational Technical posters made by the special beginning at 1 p.m. at the
    Center north on Walnut Street as far participating may pick up
    ,will speak to the Brad education classes in both II! courthouse.
    "f as Brownlee, where they will sponsor sheets from Civitan or
    ford-Union Guidance Clinic counties. A $5 prize will be Walkers in the Civitan-spon- return to Madison Street for Civinette members and the
    March 11 at 7:30: p.m. given for a best high school, sored project will leave the I the final steps toward the following businesses: Brad-
    Topic of Clark's talk will be middle school and elementary courthouse by Georgia Street courthouse. ford County Telegraph, Florida
    "How To Get The Ball Rolling" poster in each county. Slideson head south on Grand Street to Those pledging to walk the Bank at Starke, Com-
    in sheltered workshops sheltered workshops will Weldon, where they will go ten-mile stretch include: munity State Bank and Brad-
    for retarded citizens. Refresh- also be shown at the booth. I r" Lvr ,.! w oSy'I .west until reaching Orange Dewey B. McKinney, ford High School.Lawtey .
    ments will be served following Donations of$1 will be asked Street and again head south. A ''Charles Hall Carl Clark
    the meeting, which will be for a drawing for a 19" color left turn on Pratt Street out to James P. Lewis, Nancy Mays, 4-II'ers
    held at the Bradford School TV to be given away April 3. 4L. SR-16 will bring the trompersto Edward F. Cole, Norman
    Board administration build- Tickets may be obtained at +' Edwards Road, where they Redding, Wayne Donahoo,
    ing.Other the Chamber of Commerce, 1 f m will circle the city until turn- Jeff McRae, Denise Hersey, To Study DogsThe
    topics to be discussed State Farm Office, Starke ft M **** Ing north on Walnut Street.
    CivlUn Matt Packham, Karen Pack Lawtey 4-H Dog Care
    Include plans for the upcom- Paint Center,Andrews Drugs for her John Miller, left,and Rep.Frank Williams manage to get Mrs.Inez Green reaching They will turn east on Madi- ham, Edward F. Ripplinger, Project group will meet this
    Union ing county County fair. Bradford and Sears or Archer's FuneraiHome denbrook purse decides to make the amount a donation of her to Saturday's pledge. March of Dimes, Walk-A-Thon as Oleta Har- son and follow SR-ias far as Robert L.Kelly,Ruby Hersey, Thursday, March 11, at 4 p.m.
    commissioners in Lake Butler. John Goolsby, Larry Nee- at Mrs. Joyce Sutton's houseto
    I smith, Randall Davis, learn about dogs, assume
    Malcolm Adams, Jan Searle, responsibility, develop
    FUQUHY'SProfvaalonal Badges-Bell Plates Placque et Desk Plate-Directional Sign Dwayne Searle, Martin competence and gain
    ASPHALT PAVINGFill Bowling Balls-Door Plates Water Skis -Tennis Rackets Hersey, Jason W. Hersey, satisfaction and recognitionas
    Eddie Douglas,Joel Hull, Ben they assume complete care
    Dirt Grading Moxley, Kevin Miller, C.C. for a dog in their own home.
    Carpet Cleaning EngravingSIG Our Specialty Anderson, Tom Jackson, This project provides a way
    LandscapingFree NS BYrfi Jerry Thompson J.E. for young people to gain
    Tomlinson, John W Hersey, proficiency in some phase of
    Quality & Dependable ServiceSteam KennePh. Biddle Phil Vellenga, Ray Norman, dog work and explore the fields
    Estimates John M. Miller, Byron for career opportunities and
    or Shampoo. Roberts, Chuck Register, everyday enjoyment.
    Phone 964-7813 John Cooper,Kenny Stephens, If Interested in joining this
    3/114tp 4/1 Call For Free Estimate 964-8596 .473-2689 Keystone P.O. Box 931 Wayne Baker, Dirk Schmidt, project group, please contact
    Heights Fla.32656 .Roland Randolph, Kevin Ran- Mrs. Joyce Sutton at 782.3715
    & Commercial 32tchg 3-18 Lester Randolph, Mike or Lowell Parrish at 964-6554
    4-H is open to all without
    regard to race, color or
    -flyr' national origin.Nutrition.

    20 OZ. VITALIS REG. wlltnSM
    39 GAF Set March 15-17
    LISTERINEMOUTH LIMIT EACH Worried about cholesterol?
    SUPER S5fifc, ? Two 126-12 Is weight getting you down?
    tylGP 12"x25FTALUMINUM Monday, Tuesday, and
    HOLD Wednesday evenings, March
    COLOR 15-17, the local Seventh Day
    WASH NON-AEROSOL MEN'S, LADIES' Adventist Church will sponsora
    nutrition school featuring
    FOIL FILM |& CHILDREN'SZORRIES low-cholesterol, low-fat,
    lower-cost, more nutritious
    zool.s 1 5c OFF 5 OZ-LIMIT ONE REG, 1 25 meal Session preparation.begins at 7:30: p.mat .
    USTERINE LABEL LIMIT ONE h the Housing Authority
    .ew.rle tla rnm Community Building, one
    block south of S-121 on S-231 in

    251 Lake This Butler.is a community ser

    1M3t .37' vice. All are invited and there
    will be no charge.
    = For more information, call

    xsrmar-. ..., Robert Bradford A. Fuller at 964-5836



    M9oeg ijjICHOCW. Bradford Bassmasters will
    launch boats at Kenwood
    Landing at 6:30: a.m. this Sat-

    FIRESIDE GAS POWERED 't KORDITE', 20 CT.: i ;A urday Bass, March are currently 13. beddingin

    Rodman and the St. Johns
    20 GALLON'e
    I River area.
    : COOKIES Bobby Allen and Neil ("raw
    ford fished the St. Johns River
    PEPS'80Z last week. Bob landed a
    GflID seven
    '' pounder, fishing was slow, as
    we landed only five bass.
    ... ,., Dale Johns was visiting
    12 O friends in South Georgia over
    ( REG.1.8B rz' 1 $. POP the weekend. While in the area
    d. -rop CANS he invaded Lake Seminole,
    3 I 8888 iL_ and says he caught the limit
    CHOCOLATE 99" both days on the purple worm.
    CHIPOATMEAL / He also stated he will be at
    AND i 118 / Rodman this weekend.
    ASSORTED.F9R REG SAX' Dale says it is about time he
    a the "hammer down" and
    { REG 39C 109:97 j PAK C made put a move to pass this
    89 "convoy," says he is tired of
    ASSORTED ALUMINUMBAKEWARE playing "follow the leader"
    This is the prime time to
    r 22" SELF PROPELLED 15 QUART Six PAKS land a trophy bass, so make

    COOLER sure your gear is up to par
    BISCUIT PAN LOAF PAN. 6 CUP MUFFIN PAN, LAWN MOWER Jody Starling landed a nine
    9" RND. CAKE PAN 8 SQ CAKE PAN pound, six ounce bass at
    CHEST 1 Sampson Lake a few days ago.
    Jody says he is ready for Rod
    CUTTING HEIGHT DOUBLE man, the going was a

    t'I I 2 0 0 PLASTIC MOLDED ARMS CURVED TUBULAR ENDS ALUM ,J' 11 1 little feels like rough things in February will be betterin but

    1 IN 9AVOCADO ARE SPUN, March.
    w 11988 APRICOT 7' Chuck Durkee has mounteda
    Q 0FOR VALUES a.r OR i winch on a six foot broom
    stick, says the name of the
    is "sock it to 'em:'
    YOUR CHOICEl' 1 19 EA + game
    REG. I 1 I understand that R.F

    22 OUNCECEREAL 139.88 :, Bryant and HF Wiggins ha ve
    pretty well couted Rodman,
    BOWLS so you know what this spells.
    COMPLETE WITH See you Saturday, March 13
    MONO LINEDAIWA I at 6:30: a.m.
    #361 REG 35c wishes,

    5 00 GRASS REG. 7 88 Neil Crawford

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    MEN'S BATTERIES CORD AND 2 1999 REG. About This Question:

    TWICE THE PRINTS ORLON REG 26.95 11.88 Homeowner"The Policy new

    Get an extra Kt of prints with gives liability protectionfor
    s every roll of color or black and SOCKS TEMPERED '.
    whitefilmdevelopedand SWIM the entire family
    Ey printed..I PEOPLE TRUST ECKERD'S both on and off the pre-
    ,.dr- IOOAYANDEVERYDAY. I REG. 99" MASK 4 FOR QUALITY PRESCRIP- :nisei and theft cover-

    : age at or away from
    MODEL ,;.' home. Does the Homeowner -
    TWICE THE FILM 1015 1991 LOW PRICES Policy also mean

    When you pick up your developed f REG' ... the convenience of 01
    tilt and prints,buy two roll of f 3.99 package pol v with ot
    Koiucolor or black and white local from
    agent on-
    film for the regular price of one.
    ,,, TODAY AND EVERYDAY. a responsible insurance
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    Page 10 TI-I.: .:n March: II. 1976H

    UC Licensing....... Board. Hears Offer On Exams ,..:l>9 s.>

    LAKE BUTLER An offerto representative of Block and
    handle examinations of Associates test publishers Gainesville now handles the The board decided to send to The board set a fee for roof others to qualify for licenses.
    sons seeking licenses to perform per-> briefed the licensing board licensing exams for 40 counties the Union County Commission ing permits of a minimum of The board adopted a fee fora C
    and the the Oo
    construction services Tuesday night March 9, on many cities in name of John Stewart as a $25 or one percent of the total house moving permit of $45
    was made the Union County methods his firm uses in pre- slate His firm according to board member replacing cost of a job, whichever is for the first 1500 square feet
    Construction Industry and paring examinations: for Hamm writes grades, and Handy Griffls. If the county greater. and an additional fee of $4.50
    Licensing Board. applicants for licenses prepares exams for these commission approves Stewart The application of C.W. per 100 square feet over that
    Jay Thomas llamm a llamm said his firm in counties and cities. to the board then they will Dowling was accepted by the amount.
    His firm Hamm said have the full
    .. seven members. board for a license as a build-
    charges $20 exam Stewart is
    per employed as a ing contractor. Me has had an They set the same fee for
    either will give the test or let correctional officer
    with the old Union
    County license. moving a house from out of
    G.JonesFuneral the county give the test. He Department of Offender Dowling's request for a Union County into
    DeWitt the
    said there is a fee of$75 If his Rehabilitation He has done license set off a discussion on but for persons moving a
    firm sends a person to administer some carpentry work in the whether the board should stop house out of the county there
    the test, plus expenses past for County Commission
    Home now the granting of licenses would be no fee.
    Chairman Gerald
    Griffis. without persons taking tests
    His firm also will give special The board tabled, after a for their license. The board,
    96462OORENTAL exams in the firm office in brief discussion, the possibility however, decided to table a Secretary
    PHONE Kay Epps
    STARKE Gainesville for a fee of $100. of working out a reciprocal decision on that matter until presented a financial state 1
    Hamm gave the board a agreement, with Baker, Ala- next month. Feb. 10 had been ment to the board for the
    HOSPITAL BEDS WALKERS WHEELCHAIRS booklet to study as the Union chua,Bradford and Columbia set as the deadline, but because period of June-September last
    ft CRUTCHES board currently is in the process countie on licenses. The the board is new within year of $2,937 fees collected Join JSREAD-a-thon
    : of setting up exams for board agreed to study it and the ..
    past year, members with $590 and
    KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 47.33176I" expenses $2,347 VL.fcli'*ifetnrt* licenses.
    discuss it again next month. decided to go slow to allow was turned over to the county. :;:>'

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    ..... ../ fi PILLSBURY : A Read-A-Tlton

    1 FLOUR!
    ft I PLAIN OR SEL5.RISING Mar. 15
    FOOD I Begins
    44* OFF 5 LBBAG
    594 I School-age children will
    I OFF seek pledges from friends

    I I HIHiH WITH THI"*COUPON AT PANTHT MIDI' O*Old SOON...WD MARCH 10.THRU relatives and neighbors for
    read lioin
    Ui! B WIO MUNCH 17. 'U' LIMIT' OP CACH CINTS Off COUPON WITH A$7 60 OH each book they
    FAIR i..rrrrrrrrrrrrrr raise funds for the National
    I I Multiple Sclerosis Society,
    rrrrrrrrtrrrrrrONE announced Bradford County
    r chairman John Schmidt.
    DOZEN The Read-A-Thon program
    I I encourages young children to

    GALLON PLASTIC 39* SUPERMARKETS I 201 EGGS i enjoy reading activity,as apart a recreational from-

    their school reading assignments -
    .. .. / r .WALNUT .ST l.! i... rrrrrrrrrrrtl.rr MONt POOO ONOIR TOIACCO PRODUCTS iHClUOlO. J each school given to go along with a
    movie shown at each school to
    kick off the reading

    Super Discount 1 EveryDayLowPrice [ Super Discount EveryDayLowPrice paign.also A pair be given of walkietalkieswill away in a

    county-wide drawing among
    SAVE SAVE participants.Mrs .
    SAVE SAVE Barbara Crews, an 11.
    BONELESS 6014 BEEF 30L1 LOTS OF 15; FULL CUTBONELESS year victim of MS. will participate .
    BEEF in the Read-A-Thon
    BOTTOM SIRLOINSTEAKS program by soliciting funds
    for the walkie-talkies and
    supervising the drawings
    Mrs. Lucille Payne and Mrs
    3 LEG QUARTERS WITH BACKS Martha Minx will also serveon

    The regular city council
    Discount 1 Discount Discount meeting for March was held at
    Super Super _Super Super Discount Super Discount Super Discount EveryDayLowPrice City Hall, Tuesday, March 2,

    f 1 at 7:3: ( pm., at which turn-
    Greendell Breaded 71' "LYKES 21 AGAR S 9 CARNATION 10' 213 Mr.A B. Adams was voted b>
    SMOKED BONELESSHAMS SNAPPER YELLOW GREEN majority to be chairman (of
    ChuckwagonSTEAKS council for one year. Mr. Carl

    i [SAUSAGE! CRISPS FILLETS ONIONS CABBAGE chairman.Edwards was It was voted decided to be vice-the

    city couldn't afford a law official -
    $169 :8(0259C 49C because of the qualifications
    200z : ''BAGEvcryDayLowPrke e that would have to be
    met even though we need one
    The next meeting of the coun-

    EveryDaytowPrice EveryDayLowPrice EveryDayLowPrice M EveryDayLowPrice EveryDayLowPrice H. Super Discount Tuesday cil is to, April be held 13.the second

    *t SPLIT TOP SCHICK Cakes Bradlee Cox son of Mr. and
    .. DCPOOKANT Peppers rating on his pianoselection
    IV: >11!" 0..2..C"n.' .
    o.SAUSAOI I MUFFINS BODY TALC or Carrots in a national music
    1 Lb festival,held at the Universityof

    LYOUR &O< ( OF B' 588 Cello EACH Bag 9COMPARE f Bradlee Florida is Saturday a student, Feb.of Mrs 28.

    J.C. Ramsey! of Lacrosse.
    Tammy Mann, daughter of
    LOW pmcisi UP TO LO..R 1Cr1 IIY TP ro Iow U" LOW"ICI"> DP TO received a superior rating on

    us eovt ,INSPECTED COIN no KEF tint 100 COUNT 101 I 7" TOTE her piano selection in a

    Chuck Roast u -iBaTBw1-1 I '.1.=ENIAAIPACA SlICIO U 59 t.-IPantry Pride Tea Bags 99C 30'1 Pepsodent Toothpaste 5911 30 at national University music of festival Florida, held Saturday

    Feb. 2n Tammy is a
    ,0.1 student of Ramseyof :
    Cream Cheese 2/99 'e' Skinless Franks 65C ao' | Black Pepper 69 -JAirwick Deodorizer 351of4 / 21' Lacrosse.

    flOiCN I i LI VCCornish I! Birthday Party
    VINE IPIIEO( IUI'UINI.U/ ru CAM 1 5.s f"uoi .iftf HCWCHNMH IPIWISH Heisted announcement:

    Game Hens .LI 79 "' i Oleo Quarters 3/85c/ '' | Yellow Cling Peaches 2/89/ 21'1| Rice-A-Roni 39 {' with Deena a party Cox on was her 7th honored birthday -

    lamb Roast JD tHM:: LI 69g 30' ( American Cheesed 98C 2"1 Sego Liguid 'I 3/M/ 21' i Potato Chips 97''c 10 Mr and Mrs: Tommy Cox>

    UNDO'most issoiTED m m I SLICES' IDs "". 139 II (LIE. HAI.7 LI VACUUM OAS PERSONALS: :

    Chipped Meats 2/89/ 10 i Cooked Ham $1 ru'iMott An HIM Apple Sauce 59C 21.1 Folger's Coffeee $297 30' daughters Mr. and,!Mrs Jenny Jim and Pope Peggyor and

    Toledo, Ohio visited Mr
    and Mrs. Tommy Cox and

    EveryDayLowPrice 1 EveryDayLowPrice EveryDayLowPrice EveryDayLowPriceLUX and family together Mrs recently.at Cox Florida attended Mrs.Southernin college Pope

    Lakeland.Mr. .
    SAYE SAVE and Mrs. Paul D.
    Prescott and Johnny accom-
    DOUBLE LUCK 50 30 ALL panied by Mrs :Mamie Markham -
    and her granddaughterSandra
    ARM & HAMMER of Lake Butler Sunday -
    CUT GREENBEANS visited relatives in
    LAUNDRY POWDER Lakeland, which includedMrs.
    Nellie Pnngle. Mrs.
    DETERGENT LIQUID Markham's sister We had
    DETERGENT dinner with Mr and Mrs. E.F.
    Watson.Their guests Included
    Mr and Mrs. A. Nichols,
    49 Adrian James and Scottie
    the Watson's son Rocky and
    three daughters, Ellen,
    Yvonne and baby Teena,
    15oz 70oz 157oz 22ozEveryDayLowPrice Elton's mother, Mrs. Watson,
    and Emma, and us.
    On our way home we came
    by Center Hill, and visited a
    1 EveryDayLowPrke V EveryDayLowPrice V EveryDayLowPrke"W EveryDayLowPrice EveryDayLowPrke "M EveryDayLowPrice while with Uncle Richard,
    Aunt Rosa Pringle. We also
    1511tl' '' (' KIST W 33 PAIITR.PRID. 1I' saw three of their children,
    TOMATO TASTE GREEN FRUIT Mrs. Ruby Pinkston of Silver -
    CORN I A STCWEOTOMATOES Corn or Springs, Md., returning

    I CP.IAM ITTLI.WHOll HINMIl I SAUCE ( CORN Sweet Peas BEANS [COCKTAIL I stopped home from Miami Beach,
    recently for a visit
    with !Mrs Inez Green and

    CANS 3/l ...3/l t CAN 17o 4/1 CHOICE1 voun ( I TCANIII 3/1 Sunday.family from They attended Wednesday the Bicentennial to-

    Wagon Train from

    EveryDayLowPrke W EveryDayLowPrice V EveryDayLowPrkeHUNT'S EveryDayLowPrke 1 EveryDayLowPrice 'B EveryDayLowPrke Graham The Sweetheart Thursday Banquet night. at

    Brooker Baptist Church,

    SNACK PACK withes to their
    I MIX PRESERVES sympathy to the family and
    : ASPARAGUS friends in the loss of their
    .ffrPTe 99 loved one, Mrs. Polly Clark.
    I 2
    : CANS 29os 3/$1 3/l 1.501 5/$1 CANS: 5/$1 80LBJAft She March passed 4, in away a Lake Thursday City,

    Hospital Interment was Sun
    .; 'r day In Dedan Cemetery

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    I William Haas

    % Veteran.Service Officer

    Applications for GI home
    loans during the first half of)
    fiscal year 1976 were 15 per
    '1 s t Atf cent higher than the total
    received during the same
    period in FY 1975, the
    Veterans Administration f
    reported today.

    Loan guaranty staffs at 49
    r l'I VA regional offices processed
    1 1st 182,900 loan applications from
    July through) December.
    December applications -
    ( ,, o ii Mr 25,466 were 23 per cent

    higher than a year ago. I"' ... '.,a.., ?

    More than 362,800 GI loan ---- .t '
    applications were received '
    during 1975, a 6 per cent Increase ,:r'- -r
    over the previous ;f; "

    calender year. .1_ :-' ,
    May -
    ae_ Appraisal requests received
    during the first six months of
    FY 1976 were 14 per cent Lawtey Firemen Pleasedlawley
    higher than the number

    received during the first half Fire Chief Spurgeim Massey! center) unit fireman James Haters .irlgliU/ tire oh!
    of FY 1975. The calendar
    r yj, vlously pleased with the new 1.IIteyoutt'r s>slem which provides their Irueks "i iiH'niiliiniled
    year total of) 585,700 appraisal water supply, under 10 lo (ill pounds pressure.
    requests were 7 cent
    per ""
    ,. abov 1974 f'e .;...Y'. "'a J,
    wFantilyPhoto reinstating GI home loan '\':
    The Florida Loan Guaranty eligibility. Previously loan
    program appraised 40,000 benefits could be restored only
    pieces of property in 1975 and for "compelling reasons."
    Typical of Early Bradford Farm LifeIf approved 20,000 loans for

    veterans in Florida This

    an artist were looking fora find one more suitable than their typical log cabin home children (one was born after represents one of the highest Since January 1, 1975 the
    scene to paint embodyingall the one reproduced here, for a family photograph about this pictures was taken), years since the inception of VA has been permitted to ,
    the qualities of life style of showing the family of Alan 1912. the program In 1945. restore loan benefits t,,, o
    the early Bradford County and Josephine (Parrish) Assembled with Mr. and The farm located whenever the property has e
    was several -
    farm family, he could hardly The veterans Housing Act of been disposed of and the GI r '
    Green assembled In front of
    their of
    Mrs. Green are eight miles northwest ; + o ,
    1974 relaxed restrictions on home loan paid in full. A Ajs
    Brooker, and three of) the
    group are still living in/ that t..

    Point of view. . key community, standing: Mrs just Pearl left of Mar.the :

    mail box, Mrs. Amanda
    Lewis, just right of the mailbox County Agents By ;

    and Leslie, second from
    left in front row. Other chil- Notebook Bobby t fr V js jsa,1.

    Florida Gives Another Boost dren, pictured from left are Taylor J
    : Henry (in coat and tie) and J
    /1' ,: Minnie, in white blouse and -
    II'' To Jimmy CarterDue ribbons; smaller children
    standing in front) are Dave, The tomato is not only one of production is possible in south
    Leslie, Roy, and Grade, in the most Important com Florida.
    mercial vegetable in Florida
    mother's lap ,
    to the complexity of Florida's bringing to national politics; his aura of but also is the most popular Transplant soon after a 4''
    present political system, it may be some sincerity; and the fact that he has It would be hard to find a garden vegetable.It rain, when cloudy, or in late 6

    time before the analysts get a complete worked harder in this state than any scene more typical of farm afternoon. Keep roots moist
    candidate. containedan life in this area, more than 60 can be grown successfullyby and undamaged. Set the Ribbon Cutting
    other Ills
    from victory
    reading Tuesday's Presidential ago. The log cabin with many methods of culturein plants slightly deeper than
    Preferential Primary element of surprise, of course, 'as hand-hewn cypress shingleroof baskets, in solution, on) they grow in the flat.
    Wallace had generally been conceded to ; the kitchen, detached stakes, on the ground, "This U u big step In the right direction: \cu: we need to
    At one time Florida was so over- be top man in Florida. But Wallace said from the main body of the mulched, unmulched or in a A starter solution of 1 to 2 find Inure projects! lo improve the t'lly or I.a tttsaid

    whelmingly Democratic that to be nomi- nothing new during the campaign, and house and probably connectedby greenhouse. tablespoons of 6-8-8 or similar senior councilman Hubert Scott us lie cut the ribbon in
    though not analysis fertilizer per 1 gallon dedication ceremonies Saturday morning. ('It officials'
    a "breezeway >
    nated in the Democratic primary was Some of) the varieties
    the old Wallacisms are beginning to visible in this picture; the well iof i water will get plants off to a looking on are t I-rl>: city link l.uiille Shuhs'd, conmilmi-n
    tantamount to election. Sometimes the wear a bit thin. After all, he had been. '"sweep! in right background recommended in our area Walter are. fast start. Pour 1 pint around :.Martin osier, liusler Bennett and John .'. Robertson
    Floradel, 'Manapal, ,
    Republicans didn't even hold a primary, the base of each plant, Protectthe .
    running for President since 1964. (longslanting pole used to Homestead, and Florida MH-, *
    , but if they did it was only a futile gesture *.,' draw water from the well)); 1..Flo aWiL is perhaps tha-- plant Shading:! for 2 to 4
    for their nominee was sure to lose Also as might be expected, Sen! the picket fence surrounding a r,leading vineripe variety and i iis it-. days after transplanting.! Qualifying As DeligateTo
    Jackson third Democrats yard swept bare of grass; the to
    in the November General election. Henry ran among resistant graywall. gray Mulching-A material suchas
    window of
    in Tuesday's primary in spite of his wooden shutter on leaf spot and Fusarium wilt straw, leaves, dried lawn
    But those days, as the saying goes, are :Massachusetts victory which was not the behind cabin; and the hired hand, (race 1). Manapal similar to clippings, or plastic which is National Con yen lion
    forever. mule!,-at.right.! Floradel in disease placed on the soil around the
    gone enough to catapult him into first or
    "We didn't have much timeto resistance plant is called a mulch. It
    Now there are two distinctly different second place in Florida. get dressed for the photographer conserves soil moisture, holds Democrats nl the .Second: Mill lie iippoi'tinned' delegate
    is resistant to
    but all hurried Walter nth down weeds, keeps fertilizer ('UI1/o1rells/ iOlla I District will support on t Hie, basis ol t their!
    Floridas, politically speaking. Apparently the voters liked not only into our 'Sunday best'," Mrs. leaf spot, graywall and from leaching, and keeps caut'usat'l'\son auditorium in jMWeiilage! ( 1.1. the( total vole.
    Jimmy Carter's smile, but also approvedhis Markey recalls. races of the Fusarium wilt fruits from rotting on the sOil l lake City at t 12 noon. March This also applies to Hie "no
    There is Republican Florida, comprising reminder that the foremost fungus. It can be grown on a 27. to flecl delegates lo (Ihe prclereiit-e"! lrsinn.ition.
    some one minion voters, almost all constant short stake. Florida MH-1 is a Black plastic: 1)) prepare I Democratic :'\; Convention -
    About those the
    white, conservative, and largely retired issue of this presidential campaign is farm where her days father on fairly new variety noted for its soil and apply all the fer- The :Second; District 1 will Ix
    "trust." He believes that he, among all cotton until tile boll weevil grew In- firmness of fruit and is tilizer; 2)) make sure soil bedis "represented l b y lour delegates.
    persons. candidates, by dent of personality and festation came along, Mrs. resistant to such disease as moist and lay plastic over The lirst' stop to be taken to Ihe l'oIlH'nlmn, mil ol Flo
    wishing 'to become
    Walter. al1\1II1l'
    and a

    Floradel !
    Then there is Democratic Florida, personal example, can restore that "pre Markey recalls, "We didn't the the bed and anchor the edges delegate is to I lie an allidavit rida's, total ol HI delegates..
    numbering almost 2.5 million voters a cious trust" and confidence in government get to go anywhere much- Tomatoes may be started in with soil; 3) cut slits in plastic candidacy between Feb. I The delegates from'' each/ Congressional -

    "fascinating mixture" of so-called "red His entire campaign has been just to church, or some special the garden or container by and moisture set from plants.rainfall Enough and and "Feb 17' with the district /! District will IKelecliil -
    event like a cane grinding planting seeds or by setting chairman Mrs. PhyllisMiller. at the parly caucuses
    neck" conservatives, establishment based on that premise. but we really had fun when we transplant seedlings. If irrigation will seep into the : n.lo:;: Crowder Road, held on :March 27

    moderates, and Eastern-style liberals. did get away." She remem- seeded, sow seed sparingly rootzone from row middles 'la llahassee. Fid." ::12:11I:1.: : or the
    issuesof The
    For Mr. Carter, the three major bers that her father always down the furrow. When the and throught the slits. district vice chairman. James public is advised by

    And therein lies the reason that so the campaign are "restoring a decent, made a quantity of) brown seedlings emerge and are 3-4 V {'J'osbJr,. 514 W. Adkms I DemixTutic who lenders that a0pone '-
    would like l In Ill"
    attached to the government that people can sugar when boiling the cane inches tall, thin them to a
    much importance was competent -the Old 1tfrll St.. Siarke. Fla.I2r)6: (! delegate/! to the Il7li! :National
    trust well as defeating unemployment juice down for syrup. desired stand. The extra
    Florida primary It is the political as Convention has !the opuortunilv -
    plants be used to tran- Al the lime of filing! the!
    read and inflation. lo seek election it he
    because she
    dream or
    analysts' they can /-
    splant into "skips" which delegate/( must declare support ; '
    into the results almost any interpretation He emphasizes that Americans still Girl Scouts have occurred in the row. lor a presidential candidate or followed. I the correct procedure
    wish. spend weeks designate an uncommitted or
    they They can
    studying Florida's patchwork of differ have the same productive capacity, purchasing CelebrateThinking Tomato plants are easily l'f "110 preference" status. A brochure d"Mcl'ihinthl'/!
    power, and basic natural resources injured or even killed by frost Florida prelcrenlial
    ent voting groups, and gain some idea that we had 20 years ago but DayGirl In the Spring.. they should be cen "'ollo'lnIht'' /( March !U Florida and the in el hi id 1111 Democratic primary,
    how the candidates would do in similar set in the garden as soon as president primary
    have "lost our ability to work togetherand ; ... Party' delegate/( selection is
    frost has election, all presidential candidates ,
    neighborhoods elsewhere. confidence in the future." He Scouts of Junior Troop danger passed. They available upon request. Irom
    our mho receive I 13:;
    celebrated should be set early enough in "One thing an alarm clock percent Florida Democratic, Headquarters. -
    For a cross section of all the diverse hopes that private industry will provide February 23.Thinking Dayon the fall to produce a crop never rouses is our better na. or more votes in the Box I iII:; ,
    voting elements in the nation, the jobs in developing areas such as solar before) danger of Irost. Winter ture." Second ('nnl/rl'Ssiollallhstrlct Tallahassee. Flu ::12:1112(: .: .

    analysts could hardly find a better energy, railroads, and mass transit, and This is a day of remem-

    example than Florida with its Deep favors federally created jobs only for brance on which all scouts
    worldwide remember their How to make
    South conservatives Midwest Republicans areas and groups afflicted by acute unemployment sisters in other lands and try

    New England "Yankees" and left- to learn about their countries'customs

    of- enter New York and New Jersey In honor of this occa memoriala
    Mr. Carter also calls for
    a more
    aggressive your
    Democrats. And when it comes to bloc the Junior Scouts invited
    sales program of American Brownie Troops 127 and 370 to
    voting. Florida can hardly be beaten for products overseas, as well as specific, join them for a special program truly lasting
    diversity. There is the black bloc Cuban long range economic planning for the about South Africa.

    bloc, Jewish bloc, "redneck" bloc, and a nation.
    conservative bloc in the center of the Dr Brian duToit, professorof tribute.

    state. He pushes strongly for what he calls Anthropology and African
    Studies at the University of
    the second "zero-based federal budgeting" a sys- Florida, was the guest :' i' The memorial yuu choose Is not just for
    The Florida primary was tem under which the nation's budget is speaker. Dr. duToit a native r ; 's:: '' today. It is for always. That's why the
    major match between President Ford built each year from scratch, requiringthat South African, showed slides e, -- --- material of which it is made and 1 the
    and Ronald Reagan and the result, all be rejustified an- illustrating the diversity of r. J ji{ '.A) "' j craftsmanship that goes into it are mustImportant.
    close another programs life styles in his country and ( I .
    'although predictably was :
    nually, or discontinued.Governor the the Girl Scout L. U i/aJUUaMiilriitf T1 T i .rU JmiAA _LnL'u JJ
    Ford victory which may serve to knock taught girls Sealmark" Rock of Ages Memorials are

    the props from under whatever hopes Wallace's close finish in the Promise languages in Afrikaans of South,Africa.one of '' r J N:,eea; i">> j made of granite, one of the most durable
    materials known to Because of the
    Mr. Reagan had of becoming President. second place Tuesday indicates that he t flawless character of man.Sealmark granite
    is still a factor in national politics, but Refreshments were servedby
    Rock of Ages guarantees it against de-
    Carter and Vickie and Carrie
    the of Jimmy
    In case Carter's in the significant Florida
    victory fects without time limit. This exclusive
    Fischer after the
    George Wallace, the Florida primarywas primary may spell the beginning of The Girl Scout color scheme program.of guarantee is made both to you and for

    eagerly watched as the first Deep the end for Mr. Wallace. After all a man green, yellow, and white was 1 your double protection to the cemeteryin
    South primary test for the two front- who has been running for President for featured in the white cupcakes which the memorial erected..

    running opponents. and hasn't made the with green trefoils, and green This folder shows! just a small selection
    yet ,
    and yellow floral table of the thousands of Sealmark memorialsyou
    Carter's victory here, as elsewhere, must some day wear out his welcome at decorations. can choose from. There is a style and

    be attributed to the "new face" he is the voting booth.milijji size for every taste and budget Created
    may '= >' master craftsmen, Sealmark Rock of
    Guaranty Federal v. : iII Memorials are distinguished for
    beauty, the richness and depth of
    their sculptured designs, and their uniformity
    QRiD cot,Noyl Office Approved of grain and cuillr.The)" are available

    O In a choice of six granite colors :
    1 For Clearwater Rosier Monument Co. Rlue-GrayDesertPink, Laurentian Rose
    }: Antique Red Starlite" Hluck and Gray
    The Federal Home Loan Memucraft': ,
    O o Bank I In Atlanta has announced -
    Make your memorial a truly lasting
    Q' !2: BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLERTtGN approval of an/ application Ph. 964-6214 tribute. Look for the Rock of Ages Seal-
    Publishers by Guaranty Federal
    mark before buy."
    Savings Loan Association of Walnut St you
    S -
    Thursday and entered as second Class Matter at the Post OH ice at Starke Fla u.Act 301-340
    Published each Gainesville for a branch officein

    of March( 3, 187\1\ Clearwater Beach. Starke. Flag
    Subscription rate in trade area $6 per year: .3 50 six. mpotht. 5
    Outside trade area: $7 per year: $4 (00)()sin. months. This will be Guaranty
    Star.e. Fla Federal's seventh office, and
    Jlt,0I'+964-6305 Is expected to open in July,


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    I ObituariesMrs. Bradford Band Earns J.C. Combs Gets New FSP Post I

    J.Cr 'tombs of Keystone a newly created administrative In his new position, Combs

    Polly Clark Curtis M. Variiea! 27 Superior Ratings Heights has been appointed to Prison.position at Florida State will be In charge assistant of superintendent operations-,

    ... '-'" Combs, 45, began employ- which include security, main-

    BROOKER-Mrs. Polly Curtis !M. Varnes. 59. of BUS{ band members earned Lisa Mitchell Briar Pa tray, Excellent solo New Director ment at the prison as a correc- tenance, food service, and in-
    Clark,72, died Feb. ratings were
    Thursday Starke died Friday. March 5. in the dustries.
    27 superior ratings Karen Howe and Vickie Hazen earned tions officer in 1956. workinghis
    by: Dona Samons
    26, at Division Hospital in in Bradford County Ihlt pltal. annual Solo and Ensemble rated superior with a clarinet Named For Local way up through four Assistant Superintendent
    Lake City after a brief illness. He was born in Hampton on Contest at the University of quartet. clarinet majorette; Rhonda Griffis, promotions to become an B.J, Leverett will head up
    Dec. 12, 1916 and later movedto Florida in Gainesville on ; Futch bass and for Including
    Mark Sapp, Rick Holtzen- clarinet Judith Nursing HomeMrs. inspector Investigator prison programs
    Funeral services held Fort Lauderdale. He had ; Bright, bass business classification .
    were Saturday March 6. dorf and Brenda May rated of Offender personnel,
    Sunday afternoon in the lived in Starke since 1973, soloists John ; Mike Wallace, Rehabilitation records and medical
    Superior were: superior with a trumpet trio. timpani and Todd Lynne Weiner, R.N., in Northeast ,
    Brooker Church with where he was employed as a Cassie Red- Schmidt functions for the () in
    Baptist Goolsby horn; Majorette corps also rated trombone. Mike Ricks rated B.S.N., became director of Florida, a position he has held 1,200-rnan
    Rev. Terry Cranford and Rev truck driver. Hewas the son of dick, flute; Lee Felton tuba; superior. They are Briar good on a tuba solo. nursing at Starke Nursing for three years. stitution.

    James Countryman of the late Millard and Hattie Patty Mullins, alto sax; Cana Patray, Lisa Mitchell Karen Home March 1, replacing

    ficiating. Burial followed in Parrish Varnes. Schmidt, flute; John Knight,, Howe Donna Samons, Mrs. Barbara Robinson, R.N.,
    Dedan Cemetery with Arch Surviving is his wife, Louise baritone sax; Faye Bayles,, Rhonda Griffis The band now goes to the
    StephanieGreen B.S.N., who resigned to com-
    Funeral Home of Lake Butlerin Harper Varnes; four daugh- flute and Steve Moran, string Deborah Harper and district contest March 20 in plete studies for a master's Does Mobile
    Gainesville. If the band
    Linda as a
    charge of arrangements.Mrs. ters, Frances Stapleton bass
    Karen Reddish. Briar Patray in nursing.Mrs. .
    whole is degree
    Kratz Sue Varnes, and Joyce Jeff Wilson and James
    and Lisa Mitchell rated compel Weiner received her
    native of superior will
    Clark. to
    a proceed state
    of Starke
    Barnett, ; earned
    llidson superior ratingfor
    with a majorette duet. at Boston Uni- Your Home
    Georgia, was a member of the brother, Horace Varnes, Daytona a drum duet. tion. nursing degree She
    in Boston,
    Brooker community for many Beach; one sister, Mrs versity

    years and a member of the Ethel Jones, Starke; and five Sen. Will Address was born and raised and moved in White to Leak
    Church of God Propercy grandchildren.Funeral HAMPTONAREA Brantley Plains, N.Y.,
    Survivors include: four services were held Florida in 1974.. Her husbandIs

    daughters, Mrs. Effie Hodgeand at 2 p.m. Monday in DeWitt C. NEWSBY Co-op MembersClay a pharmacist at Shands
    Hospital in -
    of Teaching
    !Mrs. !Mamie Jones Chapel with Don D. Sta- n

    Brooker.Mrs.: Cassie Horne of ton. minister of the First JOSEPHINE FONTAINEMrs. Electric Cooperative in as a trustee and former r

    Lake City and Mrs.Iary!\ Christian Church, officiating. Keystone Heights is again president of Clay Electric.A .
    Ryals of Jacksonville Freddie; Clarkof Interment was in Santa Fe Bobbie Sheppard preparing for the annual fried chicken lunch will be Americans of voting age

    sons.Brooker Sam and Elzie Clark of Cemetery near Hampton.SERVICE thanks Mrs. Alderman for the meeting set for Thursday, served to all those attending, totaled 146.8 million in July

    of shrubs she donated for the March 25. some 5,000, and numerous
    Clark 1975
    and Jimmy
    fourslsters.Irs: Lara Hampton Area Park. The meeting will begin at 9 prizes will be given away /
    Starke. MENFrank
    there is still a lot of
    Ga.. Mrs. However a.m. with polls opening for
    Heaton of R\an. *.*r-I r
    of Alapaha, shrubs needed. Mrs. Sheppardsaid members to cast votes for _
    :Maude Heaton
    would like to have
    she three Board of Trustees. yton
    Arthie Douglas *
    Ga.Lake:Mrs Butler and :Mrs. Ardelia Wilcox PromotedTo some azaleas, camelias and Trustees up for re-election, Have You Got The '
    Lance Corporal gardenias. Shealso needs helpto with are Dick ,
    of Bronson. 27 no opposition 1uILEsill'
    Jordon Marine!\ Lance Corporal them out.Call her at 468-
    Surrency, District No.3. I"
    grandchildren!; and 23 great Franklin W. Silcox, 19. son of 1199. Zedra Hamilton, District No. IqXTIM. BLUES"I 1 COATING

    grandchildren!; :Mr :Nolan.; Bryan or 73-1 N. 5, and Wayne Hollingsworth, E )F

    Grand St., Starke, has been Due to the election the District No. 7, Additional can- ,. S Hut
    promoted to his present rank Regular City Council meetingwill didates for each district may ....::::::-
    Sl'\enth.a( Church\ .td\enlist while serving at the Marine be held March 16 at 8 p.m. be nominated from the floor at -=- -tc

    Prayer (:Meeting 7 p.m. Corps. Air Station, Beaufort, at the Hampton city hall. the beginning of the meeting, I n -. .

    S.C.A although this has never oc- 1c
    Thursday. former student of The Ladies Council of the
    See AtTOWN Do It Yourself
    Sabbath Margie
    10 a m
    Bradford High School he Hampton Christian Church Sen. Lew Brantley, D-Jack- *'
    Saturday. Worship Service. 11 joined the Marine Corps in gave a shower for Beverly sonville, District 8, will be the I
    a m. Saturday November 1974. Crawford Henderson main speaker for the all day Keep Your Home Warmer In Winter, Keep Your Home Cooler
    Please join us for spiritual FINANCE .
    the Tuesday evening. March 2. dinner on the grounds DYTON Insulates ,m SummerYou'li
    feeding asve' worship
    Lord together. Robert L Youth ArtExhibits Friends and relatives attended meeting. "J.D. Sumner and ( Save Money On One Coat Cools
    and Beverly received will 1 N. 964-7449 H
    The Stamps" provide 226 Temple
    Fuller. 9645836. Bills'' and
    pastor ; ; DisplayedIn ; useful and beautiful with Heating 8 To 10 DegreesOLIN'S
    many entertainment gospel Kg
    The church is SR-230A, two
    on gifts. music. She Can Do Your Tax Return And B Electricity' : Bills, )
    blocks south of SR-230 east of observance of Youth Art Another feature of this H

    Starke. Month, Bradford County The regular meeting of the year's annual meeting is thatit Have Your Refund Coming To You J FIn
    IN MEMORIL'M: : teachers have arranged to Ladies Council of the Hampton has been declared "C.N. MOBILE HOMEHwy

    In loving memory of our have exhibits of students' art Christian Church was held Smith Appreciation Day." II No Time At All ))
    loved one. :Mr. Willie :Normon' work at the Florida Wednesday evening. March 3, Members and Clay Electric S)1

    Suggs/ Sr.. who left us four Bank and McDonald's.Exhibits at the Christian Church. Plans employees will recognize LOANS UP TO 2500 100 W. Starke

    years ago, :March 8. 1972. We will be on display were made for an Easter Egg Smith, District 8 Trustee, for
    loved you but God lobed you during the month of March. hunt and Dinner on Saturday, 35 years of dedicated service "* .."l I
    Observance will conclude withan
    best. April 17.
    exhibit at the Bradford
    County Fair of students' art. The Wednesday Afternoon
    Lela :Mae Suggs
    And Children work with a Bicentennialtheme. Craft Class meets at 2:30: p.m.

    Center.in the Hampton Recreation How does the rising cost of

    Mr. and Mrs. Paul Krieger,
    CommunityNews Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence

    Cosgrove and Mr. and Mrs.

    Wilfrid Fontaine, all membersof
    the Hampton Senior electricity

    Citizens Club attended the compare

    North Florida Regional

    ELIZABETH GIVENS Ushers WALKER Board No. 2 will sell Council Williams Representative meeting.held There also and'at attended Starke.were Counties Frank several State the with other rising costs ?

    >. Cities
    S.\\'J \I.\SS :\MEETINGA : dinners at the
    A :\ Meeting of the Bradford church. Sunday School. 9:30: represented at this meeting.

    County Branch of NAACP a.m. Morning Worship at 11.
    The Regular meeting of the
    will be held Monday March
    served at 12:30.
    Dinner :
    15 at 8 p m. at RJE. All mem- Hampton Senior Citizens was <', ;;,e3 't'
    Evening 6pm.
    interested citizens held March 5. Mr. and Mrs.
    bers and
    are invited to attend. The Antioch :Missionary( Baptist George Hake were honoredas / tt :i.r.; COST INCREASES '1965-1975
    Church. Rev. Dennis Strong ,,,,,, .
    cooperation of every citizen they are celebrating their ,1(., '.. 11,' "

    will be appreciated in this pastor. Prayer Meeting 50th() wedding anniversary.The ., .. '

    activity School Thursday, 10 a.m.night.Worship Sunday Ser Hake's are also the < ,;sa.p"z. <':"I :J&"(, ; In the past ten years, inflation has
    of 10 children There : .
    vices, 11 a m. and 6 p.m parents cake :< :: ,. : )< \., : caused the price of practically everything): to

    Dell HELLCHAPTER:Chapter 168 OES OES will :Methodist Pleasant Parish Grove Rev.United Willie for was them a special and was served prepared with ;.,'i> \}: .". .' .'; k'. ,...'.. < ., .: .f. zoom upward* just take .look\,; at the

    meet tonight Thursday( at 8 Stitt pastor. Young Adult punch.Birthdays. :<.. i< .: ,;kilt. ;h.r .. '" chart on the kit.m I : .
    also ., .
    p m. in the Masonic Hall on were A- ": s ;F all have todl 87rc
    each first and : Today deeper
    Choir rehearsal honored for Virginia } :\'-: p we ):
    Brow nice Street. All membersare :
    invited to attend this second Monday 7:30: p.m. Ruth Dennison and 500% ;A ;'\ ', .,;I'+ $ ":" ""' < 500 O ":' :<', into our pockets for food and 76ri/ deeper

    important meeting. Tiny Tuesday.Tots 6 p rehearsal m. Prayer Meet-each Rudy DeWaters. Next will be March ,
    regular meeting .,' ,,' .
    ing Wednesday night. Bible ,. .,\ w\;;< ;t'i' ., : has jumped 69r<.
    St. Johns' :Missionary Class Thursday night. Sunday 19.Call your news items to me : .\. o ,>;: .',i :' 'C, ;:;; :' Our costs at FPL have jumped, ton
    will conclude ; "
    services -," ;:>. 'H' .'
    Baptist Church Rev. Willie at 468.1156 or send them toP.O. "' The of wooden I the of
    .. price poles
    Bible School. 32044. .\> : ," 'c '. 'if price
    School 10 pastor.a.m. with Church Supt. Ml.: Moriah: services begin : ''';; i/ ., ;, : ": {'ci copper wire, the price of trucks in fuct,

    Chris Hamilton in charge. with Sunday School at 9:30.: SCHOOL NEWS .v\, ?\ '<\,!.' :::.l..'. : .,> --; < ., as we said, the price of practically
    will be heldat .
    Funeral services ''W''J'if'.. "" .
    Worship Services 11 a.m. and School students of Hampton '.I: ;'. .r '7'. "" everything is
    3:30: pm. for Mr. Joel XJ' <', UP
    Band elementary were thrilled to l' ': } ,1. v '... v
    3pm Prayer
    meeting Holland who died Sunday ,. .; The of all the
    each :Monday at 12 noon. see the pictures and interesting t"" ; yo"h'i .. .' biggest increase'' is

    Prayer :Meeting and Bible 818 morning N. Oak at 9:40.St. with He resided his wife at writeup about Roger 4 d %: : 'w .,i.: astronomical 500r< increase in fuel oil
    which, in the
    Class Rich appeared '
    combined each Wednesday
    Mrs. Essie M. Holland. Rev. March edition of costs. A result of the international
    Sunday, 8. .
    Choir Rehearsal
    5:30: 5pm.pm. Thursday. A- Willie Stitt will officiate. the Gainesville Sun. ..tX: ,J' <',: '6' :'ru7t:. : ,, t '.' oilcrisis.
    in i
    chargeof : "
    Arrangements are '
    important business Bill Shields visited the .' ,1. > 'I' These increases have
    very Chestnut & Haile.Ml. ; ". ; severe cost
    will be held March school during the week taking ., iff'
    meeting 12 .
    : Zion AME: Church, Rev. and interviewing 'l. '" < \ necessitated two general rate increases
    at 7:30: p.m.Church pictures < / > .
    of God in Christ, Richard Bethel pastor.Lovefeast Sun students in the primary ,', ; ,' : : "' (in 1971 and 1975)), the only two in FPL's
    day School 10 a.m. IL ," .
    Elder D R. Williams pastor. grades. Everyone in the : 50 year history.
    Service at 11. Communion 'i"
    fortunate to have ..
    Bible Band school feels
    Tuesday, 7pm. '
    Service, 4 As much the need for
    Ushers Board meeting 6:30p : p.m. the kind assistance of Mr. :! ; : as we regret any
    m Wednesday Friday Baptist:New Bethel Churches and Rev.Ebenezer Leroy Rich and are grateful to Mr. :\\ff,a : '.' ." '.' .,''., increases, we are gratified that the cost of

    night. Prayer Service and Shields for the fine picturesand ? / t/u.-/ [rul
    Davis pastor. New Bethel ser- article in f.v ''' > .. : ;" electricity including adjustment

    p Bible m. Sunshine Study with Band the pastor meetingon 7 vices begin with Prayer Meet- the Sun.accompanying 300% "ii\j.; ;fft./K fl' -y iJ<.tp..;! ,"'V charge has risen less than the cot of livingover

    School ing and Bible Study each Wed Mrs. Jean Clark's first and .. ... the ten
    Saturday Sunday ', past years.
    musical .
    nesday night. A program i.;p. '
    9:30: a Morning!\ Worship at second graders were happy to .. ,' Choirs on Parade, will receive a letter from their ; .. r : )> ; : < way, n t a cent
    11 YPVVW. Sunshine .
    5pm. be presented Friday night at t < ., : < ', the fuel adjustment charge. It all
    Band first anniversary will be former classmate. Angie ''i', I.oM:; v, goes

    held at I 6 p.m. Evening Ser 730.Worship Sunday Services School 11 l 9:30 a.m.: a.m.and .Palm Ford who Harbor recently, Florida.moved Manyof to ," 's,'..1" v.. '"' I /, toward paying the extra cost of fuel.

    vice 7 p.m. 3p.m. Rev. W.L. Davis will be her friends responded by ;' ,v:' < ," "? ; One reason wove been able I to keep
    True Church of God in
    the speaker. Communion will .. : r ." .' ... : Y
    fully, Elder Sampson White answering her letter the first '. >> : .." '. It I-.' .' ,. : costs from going higher is nuclear
    be after the ser .
    pastor Terry Service Wed vice.given p.m. thing Monday morning. .,.&:&y': ,;. ::'" generated power. It's the most economical
    last week the ..
    nesday night. Teaching and During most of \ .
    Bible Study. Friday night Ebenezer Baptist Church teachers and students were .. :' < ; ;, '. :L .; source of energy available to us today. Last

    Sunday School 10 a m. Worship services begin with Prayer involved with the CaliforniaTest .;,.. ;: .. .';! < .' > .. year alone, it saved our customers over
    Meeting and Bible Study combined i'' l .
    Services, 11 a.m. and 7p.m. of Basic Skills which tooka .' ( $161 million in fuel oil costs.
    Thursday night. Sunday
    great deal of time and
    School at 10 a m., terminating .:' I' ... ,'" And to hold down
    ( rt'aterlIl"n Chapel A.MEChurch. : patience. When results of ,, f.yi.. $< ; Si F .t f, costs even morewe're
    Rev R G. Heastie services for the day. these tests are received backat Y.:' (; ;' ir" ""'v.o.:: '.:,.';... building i additional l nuclear power

    pastor Class Meeting and AMERICAN:' LEGION the school, parents will be >? t plants. .
    informed of results.
    night.Prayer Young:Meeting Adult Tuesday Choir The monthly meeting of For the past two. months .' .,?-:,': ':' ':J /-h ; As a matter of fact, at FPL we're doingeverything
    American Post 314
    rehearsal Wednesday Legion was Mrs. Carole Shields' sixth L 4r: a
    night held Sunday with District .,"a' r we can to help keep cost
    before the 2nd and 4th Sun graders have been reading down.
    Commander Rubin H. Hair of
    and TV i
    days. Senior Choir rehearsal newspapers watching
    Crystal River as guest of to determine But can help Because the
    each first and third Tuesday, 8 news reports : you too.

    p m. Sunday School 10 a m. were honor.Past Accompanying Commanders from him which of the presidential ti ,: :..J.:',. average homeowner has doubled the use of
    candidates consider to be
    Morning Worship at 11. they "
    Dunnellon and Belleview. It" .5 r' electricity in the
    All the sick and shut-ins of best choice. They will cast 100% past ten years. There are

    the church are grateful for Highlight the raising of of the Rehabilitation meetingwas their votes at the school on 87% many ways you can cut down usage

    prayers and nice acts for them primary election day. 7696 without sacrifice of convenience and
    Funds and Cancer Fund
    while, convalescing in the Friday, March 12, is a
    hospital or at home. Please Drives. Commander Royalwas Teacher Planning Day. 69% comfort. Pick up a free copy of our Watt

    remember to visit them for a presented an early memo therefore students will be 66% Watchers Guide at any FPL office for
    bership ribbon to tie on the after householdand ways.

    speedy Greater recovery Bethlehem Freewill flag, and a citation for merit- free yard to play chores are done. 50% to.control your electricity costs through
    orious service. wise
    Church Rev.
    Baptist The next meeting will be
    Williams Mon- GEORGE DAVIS
    Jasper pastor. held the first Sunday in April.
    day night. Tiny Tots rehear. NEW: FIRE CHIEF

    sal. Tuesday night Prayer .
    Meeting. Wednesday night George Davis has been
    Funeral services for .
    Senior Choir rehearsal. Sarah A. Hicks will be held elected chief of the Hampton '
    Volunteer Fire to I=I : : :
    Thursday night. Story Hour at Saturday, March 13. at 3 p m. Department PL.
    the church and Ladies Circle at Greater Bethel Baptist success Fred Phillips. COST OF HOUSING FOOD FPI.'. COST/KILOWATT
    meeting. Friday night Prayer Church with Rev. Leroy Davis COSTS LIGHT' COMPANY,
    Band meeting and Junior new assistant chief Gordon l\-opIe XTving
    Burial will be in people.
    Choir rehearsal. Friday night the officiating.Odd Fellows Cemetery. treasurer.Wadsworth Is secretary. Sources: Bureau of Labor Statistics, and FPL Records. (



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    r----NOTICE----1 I NOTICE OF INTENTION Church of God: Sunday occasion was to celebrate
    THE FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT | Bradford County Zoning I I TO REGISTER School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- By Elizabeth Terry Mrs Hicks' birthday.

    IN ANO FOR BRADFORD I Board la advertising for reclass- I 1 FICTITIOUS NAME vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Mr.dMrs. WILLBABYSIT in my home any
    Monday over-night guest of Alan Steele and Mr. and Mrs. Randy Hayes,
    I ification of the property I Pursuant to Section 866.09 Prayer Meeting Tuesday 7:30: time any age, hot meals,
    COUNTY, FLORIDA. her brother-in-law and sister Teston
    family of Livingston Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne
    I from AlA resiI notice is p.m. YPE Friday at 7:30: 9646076. Itp
    described below ( I Florida Statutes, p.m. Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Anders. and daughter.David Gaines of fenced yard.

    CASE NO.76-44 I dential) to OR (open rural). I hereby given that the undersigned Evergreen Baptist: Sunday 3/11
    Mrs. Mabel Boyette of Starke, and Jerry, Cathy,
    10 a.m. Worship Services
    WILUE I Approximately 64 acres In I Ann Lowe, At. 1, -- -- ---- -
    IN RE The of Oscar
    : marriage Mrs. Carter returned Jacksonville Miss Erma Mike and Nancy gathered at

    TOMPKINS, Husband, and I Section 35, Township 6 South, 1 Box 407B, Melrose, Bradford 11 a.m. and 6:30p.m.: home from Bradford County Wilson, Major and Mrs. the home of their parents Mr. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS:

    SYBIL RAE NOBLES TOMPKINS I Range 22 East, adjoining Highway County, Florida, 32666, doing Prayer Meeting Wednesday at7p.m. Tuesday. She is James Dougherty and family and Mrs. Earl Teston, for 114 Christian Street, Starke,

    Wife. | 230A on the west, bound by business under the firm name" of slowly improving.Glen and Captain and Mrs. Russet! Sunday dinner, The occasionwas Fla. Thursday and Sundays 8pm.
    Wilson Road on the south, "HAIR STYLES BY ANN, Rt.
    I Tues. 1 p.m. Women's
    Lines of Valdosta Ga. spent to celebrate their 28th
    NOTICE OF ACTIONTo | reserving a buffer zone of 200 ft. I 1, Box 407B. Melrose, Bradford Faith Baptist: Radio Crews and sons of the ,weekend with, their wedding anniversary.Mr. Group. Call 964-5709, 964-

    : | south of State Road 230. County, Florida, 32666, intendsto Program over WPXE, Starke, Starke visited his mother, parents Col. and Mrs. 5434 or 964-6894. 16tp 6/24
    This change in classification is register said fictitious name 8 a.m. Sunday. Bible School 10
    Sybil Rae Nobles Tompkins | Mrs. C.R. Crews, Friday William Wilson. and Mrs. S.L. Swindelland -- -- -- -
    hearing to be under the provisions of aforesaid a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m.
    subject to a public
    Residence and 7:30: evening.Mrs. family, and Mr. and Mrs H & M LOCK & KEY mobile
    held Tuesday, March 30, statute. p.m. Prayer Meeting
    YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ( on Mr. and Mrs. Frank Taylorof C.A. North and family of unit all type lock repair and
    at 7:30: in the County Ann Lowe, sole owner. Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Bible
    for dissolution of 11976 p.m.
    action W.S. Crews of
    Study. Hanover, Ind spent the Jacksonville\ were Sunday service. Call 9645388. 2/19
    Commission room at the BradI Dated this 9th day of March,
    marriage has been filed, and you | Jacksonville came for her weekend with their soninlawand dinner guests of their mother, 4tp 3/11/
    Court House at A. D. 1976 Starke Florida
    ford County at ,
    are required to serve a copy of Grace mother Mrs. Pierce Crews Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Edith Swinney and
    Interested United Methodist: daughter, -- - ---
    your, written defenses, if any, to I which time all persons 3/11/ 4tchg 4/1 Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Thursday. While there she Paul Lock and family. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
    shall be heard for or against the MARCUS W. GRIFFIS, Con-
    It on petitioner's attorney, I Services attended two bridal showersfor J.F. Robertson.
    Worship 11 and
    in theI "------------- a.m.
    proposal, as specified tractor Building Remodeling,
    whose name and address is I Choir her grandson W.S. CrewsJr. Mrs. Bennett Wilkison Sr.
    Code of Bradford 1 PUBUC NOTICE 7 p.m. Practice 7 p.m. Repairs, Room Addition Gar-
    MYRON C. PREVATT, JR., Zoning I The School Board of Bradford United Methodist Fellowship 8 ., bride-to-be, Miss Gar- returned home Saturday night Michele Lee of Jacksonville Carports Kitchens
    P.O. Box 634 Keystone I County. netta Winstead of Jackson- from Bradford the weekend with her ages
    I County, Florida, will consider p.m. Wednesday. County spent Bath. All work guaranteed.Ph. .
    Heights, Florida 32656, on or Administrative Procedure Rules ville. The first shower was Hospital after spending a grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
    A.R. Kiefer Chairman 4732108. 2/19 4tp 3/11
    16 1976 and file United Methodist Women
    before Board. and changes relating to personnel Thursday night at the home of week there. We are happy to Gene Pearson.
    {Bradford Co. Zoning - - -
    the original with the clerk of this policies and student discipline met at the church on Tuesday, her grandmother, Mrs. Mollie'Marsee. report that she is much better.
    before service onpetitioner's Jltchg 3/11 Mar. 2 Mrs. George RobertsSr. QUALIFIED BOOKKEEPER, experienced -
    court either Friday night the
    at 3.30: March 12,
    p.m. Ow\SSIKIEI.. AD K.ATKSDrhdlinc ,desires accounts to
    or Immediately ,------------- presided Mrs. Frank
    attorney 1976, in the School Board Roomof other at the home of Mrs. Pete Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Tally
    COURT OF do at home. Can furnish refer
    otherwise IN THE CIRCUIT the devotional
    thereafter; the County School Administrative Coss gave Estes. She received many and son, formerly of
    will be entered forth FLORIDA, EIGHTH JUDICIAL followed the business fur insertionTuesday ences. Ph. 9647972. 2/19
    a judgment Offices, 582 North by lovely gifts at both showers. Jacksonville, spent the '

    relief demanded in the peti CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BRAD- Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida. meeting. Approximately 16 weekend with their parents, Noon precedingTursday 4tchg 3111-------

    tion.WITNESS FORD COUNTY. Copies of these proposed ladies were present. Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Jeff Mr. and Mrs John Tye. they iH'fiire! publication. -

    my hand and the rules and changes, may be visited their grandson, plan to live in the Tye's trailer HOUSES & TRAILERS pressure
    :Minimum I $2.IMtU'uvoiHl.t
    NO.7657CP(12411). t'hargr
    seal of this Court on this 16th CASE obtained from the Superinten Highland Baptist: Sunday Cain, and Miss Shirley Vonchon home. \\'t"llo' washed with chemicals. Wash
    : )
    day of February, 1976.GILBERT. ( ) dent's Office, North Temple School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- of Gainesville Sunday. Kucltwordovrr: | 13 away dirt and mildew. Guar-

    Avenue, Starke, Florida. vices 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. George Testonof anteed. Ph. 4732213. tfchg.
    BROWN IN RE: The Estate of MARY H. Prayer Meeting Wednesday at7pm. Hostesses were the United visited their brother cents -
    This is in compliance with Florida Tampa -- - -
    As Clerk of the Court ROWE Deceased. Methodist Women for a and sister-in-law Mr. and
    Statutes, Chapter 73-310 as ,
    By: Marian McRaeAs enacted by the 1974 Florida Morthside Baptist: Sunday shower for Mrs. Vickie Mrs. Earl Teston and family, All ('la."ifI..1110; must be AVON CALLING: To buy or sell
    Deputy Clerk NOTICE OFADMINISTRATION paid| for in advance unless you Avon. Call 755-2807 or write
    Legislature. School 10 a.m. Worship Services Bowman Crews, at the homeof Sunday afternoon.Mr. have
    tin vMithlishpil. ucciHint Loma Clyatt, P.O. Box) 220
    / 4tchg 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Mrs. Robert Lee Friday
    TO ALL PERSONS HAVING with tinTrlrgruph; in that Lake City Florida tfchg
    ------------- Richard Jockel Prayer Meeting Wednesday at7p.m. night. Several games were and Mrs. Mike Waters _
    OR DEMANDS .''''lIt :"ill t.t'n1! extra charge -
    CLAIMS - -
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Superintendent of Schools played. Prizes won by Miss and family of Middleburg and
    ESTATE for billing. Nut responsible for
    THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT AGAINSTTHEABOVE 3/4 2tchg 3/11 Leonette Dyal, Mrs. Idelle Mrs. J.S. Waters and /
    PERSONS iMTorxlun given' over theI)111NIe SEWING MACHINES'repaired,
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR PERSONALSMrs. Boyette, and Mrs. Bonnie daughter were supper guestsof
    ESTATE or when is not all makes cleaned, oiled and
    INTERESTED IN THE : l copy
    BRADFORD COUNTY. -------------- J.P. Wyrick of Durban. She received many their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
    typed and brought to the of. $7. Work
    NOTIFIEDthat adJusted,
    YOU ARE HEREBY IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Tallahassee visited her sister lovely gifts. The hostesses James Waters Saturday nite. | guar-
    fice. James Strickland
    anteed. ,
    of the
    CASE NO.76-49 the administration THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- Miss Elizabeth Terry, from presented her with a nice I

    estate of MARY H. ROWE, CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR Monday to Thursday. Their crock pot. Delicious refresh- Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Harperand corner Morgan Road & Hwy.

    IN RE: The Marriage of deceased File Number 76-57-CP BRADFORD COUNTY. sister, Mrs. Joyce Futch of ments of punch, cookies and son of Starke were Sunday 16tlchg------

    PATRICIA G. HORNE, ((1-2411)), is pending in the Circuit CASE NO.76-15 Blackshear, Ga. was their cake were served. dinner guests of. their grand- Complete -

    Wife/ Court for Bradford County, dinner guest Wednesday. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl SHOE REPAIR

    Petitionerand Florida, Probate Division, the SERVICE ANTENNA TOWER SERVICE
    M.F. WIGGINS and MANA Mrs. Gladys Morris and her Prevatt.

    ROBERT HORNE, Husband/Re/ address of which is the office of WIGGINS, his wife Plaintiffsvs Friends of Miss Arthurine mother, Mrs. Sophie Starlingof : We sell We install.

    spondent Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk of the Blanchard regret to learn that Dunnellon spent the Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Watersare 9a.m.Sp.m.TuesdaySaturday. Jerry Agnew, Melrose, Fla

    Circuit Court, Post Office CARL A. HARDEN and LOTTIEL. she is a patient in Baptist weekend with her brotherinlaw the proud parent of a son, Ph. 4751414. tfchg.---

    NOTICE OF SUIT- Drawer B, Bradford County HARDEN, his wife, Defen Memorial Hospital and sister, Mr. and Mrs. born Sunday March 7, in -- -

    NO PROPERTYTo Courthouse, Starke, Florida. dants. Jacksonville. She had the Jim Rosier. Alachua General Hospital, Western Boots

    The personal representative of misfortune to fall and break Gainesville. Grandparentsare Work Shoes

    ROBERT HORNE the estate is OLAN ROWE, NOTICE OF ACTION both of her ankles Friday Mr. and Mrs. John Cowan Mr. and Mrs. James Steel Toe Boots

    address unknown whose address is 403 North St. Her of Jacksonville t FOR SALE 1
    PROPERTY night. room number is and Becky Waters and Mr. and Mrs.

    YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an Clair Street, Starke, Florida.All West 440 B. Our prayers are spent Saturday evening with Ressie Colson of Starke. The Village Cobbler

    action tor Dissolution of persons having clamor To.CARL A. HARDEN and with her. their grandparents, Mr. and 114 W. Call St.

    Marriage has been filed againstyou demands against the estate are LOTTIE L. HARDEN Mrs. J.F. Robertson, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wolfe of Starke, FL 3201

    and you are required to required, WITHIN THREE address unknown Mrs. Maines Griffis and aunt, Mrs. Edith Swinney. Cape Coral, and Mr. and Mrs. FOR SALE: Short wheel base

    serve a of written MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF children and Sleeps 6. Call 964-
    copy your Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Martin, of Daytona, camper.

    defenses if any, to it on SHAW, THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an Virgil Griffis and family of Robin and Scott Tinsler spent the weekend with their 5484 or 9646363.3/11 3tchg

    KOPELOUSOS & HEAD. Attor- THIS NOTICE, to file with the action to foreclose a mortgageon Palatka were Sunday dinner spent the long weekend with mother Mrs. Hester I Hicks, AUTOMOBILESUSED 3/25

    for Petitioner whose Clerk of the above Court a of __ ._ ._ _
    neys the following property in guests their mother, Mrs. their grandparents, Mr. and and brother-in-law and sister H.

    address is 142 West Call Street, written statement of any claim Bradford County, Florida: Nellie Wilkinson, and sister. Mrs. John Steele of Monroe, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Shuforoland :
    P O. Box 1086 Starke, Florida or demand they may have. Each YARD SALE: Saturday, March
    Lot 15, M.F. Wiggins Subdivi- Mrs. Daisy Boch. Tenn.; their uncle and aunt. family. Another guest was
    32091 1. and file the original with claim must be in writing and 13, 9 a.m. 5 p.m. One mile
    sion, according to plat thereof Mr. and Mrs. Larry Steele and Mrs. Hester Hicks' sister, .
    indicate the basis for the 1966 4 door Plymouth east of hospital SR 230.
    the Oerk of the abovestyledCourt must FOR SALE: on
    recorded in Plat Book 3, Page Mrs. Martha Hall of family of Smithville, Tenn., Mrs. Marian Hall of
    on or before March 26, claim, the name and address of Jacksonville clean, power steering, 3/11 1tchg
    32 Public Records of Bradford Beach was aI'RESBI'TEILIIN and another uncle and aunt Jacksonville Beach, who was

    1976 otherwise a judgment may the creditor or his agent or attor- County, Florida, ._ air conditioned, heater, radio. -00------
    ---- -- -- - -----------
    If ------------------------------------ -- 3/11
    be entered against you for the ney, and the amount Ph. 9645390. Itp YOU PICK 'EM: Strawberries.

    relief demanded in the Petition. the claim is not yet due, the date - -- - -
    Leon One mile
    has been filed against you and 1 \ : CHURCH I St. Mark'sCfXSCQp&t Starling. west
    WITNESS hand and the when it will become due shall be FOR SALE: 1975 Olds Cutlass
    SR 225. Turn
    my of
    you are required to serve a copyof STAR 11 1-:, FLA. Lawtey, &i
    seal of said Court on the 20th stated. If the claim is contingent your written defenses if any Salon, 4600. Low mileage. first dirt road from laWley.

    day of February, 1976.GILBERT or unliquidated, the nature of Equipped with power steer 3t 11
    to it on EUGENE F SHAW.Plaintiff's Sunday: 9:45: a.m., Sunday Itchg
    7 the uncertainty shall be stated. If attorney, whose School, 10 a.m., Session ChurchChurch ing, power seats, power .. -' .
    S. BROWNAs the claim is secured, the security windows/\/ tilt steering wheel,
    address is Post Office Box 1086
    meeting, 11 a.m., Morning SEWING MACHINES
    Clerk of Said Court shall be descnbed. The claimant Starke, Florida 32091, on or nd B.ot Jschaon 8tr..t* air condition. FM stereo, mag. USED :
    Worship. $19.95 and
    Limited Quantity,
    shall deliver sufficient of and radial tires. Call
    By: Beulah Moody copies r THE REV JOHN M. FLYNN. wheels
    before March 26, 1976, and file Wayne D. Griffin, associate
    Coleman's Sewing
    Deputy Clerk the claim to the Clerk to enable Arthur or Mike Gaskins." 782- up.
    the original with the Clerk of this pastor, First PresbyterianChurch 150 N. Water St. Ph.
    4rch the Clerk to mail one copy to the 3140 after 5 p.m. 1tchg 3/11 Center, ,
    personal representative.All Court either before service onPlaintlff's Gainesville will bring .- -- 964 8312. 3/11/ 2tchg 3/18
    attorney or Imme-
    NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO persons interested in the diately thereafter; otherwise a the Thursday message., choir practice. pet t d3 I March 11: 7 p.m. FOR SALE: 1969 Belair Chevy. -- - - -

    estate to whom a of this P/S. 964-7895.1tp 3/11
    copy arn6.CQ Junior Choir Practice 7:30: A/C.
    REGISTER default will be entered againstyou 7:30.: FOR SALE: Approximately 54
    Administration has
    Notice of
    FICTITIOUS NAME for the relief demanded in Q p.m. Senior Choir Practice. acres less than 25 miles from

    Pursuant to Section 865.09 been mailed are required, the complaint. Saturday, March 13: 2 p.m. Gainesville in Bradford
    Florida Statutes, notice is here- WITNESS my hand and the Altar Guild Meeting. County. 1/2 pasture, l/2 oaks
    FROM THE DATE OF THE Call at Christian Street
    by given that the undersigned seal of- this Court on this 23rd STARKE FLORIDA Sunday, March 14: 8:30: a.m. PERSONALSERVICEMOBILE and pines with a creek and
    FIRST PUBUCATION OF THIS Don I). Stalon Minister
    Joyce Barton and Olden W. day of February, 1976.GILBERT Holy Eucharist; 9:45 a.m. borders on New River,

    Barton, Rt. 2, Box 462-N !Melrose NOTICE, to file any objectionsthey REVIVAL March 14-21, 7:30: Church School; 11 a.m. $43,000. Quality Realty of

    Bradford County, Florida may have that challengesthe S. BROWN Sunday school 9:45: a.m.. Morning Prayer; 5:30: p.m. Gainesville, Inc. 1.372 8441

    32666, doing business under the validity of the decedent'swill CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT Communion and Morning p.m.Sunday: Sunday School Junior E.Y.C. Meeting; 6:45: HOME MOVING: Also Realtors. itchy 3/11
    the qualifications of the Worship 10:45: a.m.. Youth
    firm name of "JOYCE'STACKLE COURT 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship, p.m. Senior E.Y.C Meeting. .
    ; mobile home hurricane anchoring - - -
    ," Rt. 2, Box 462-N personal representative, or the By: Beulah Moody Hour 6 p.m., Evening Worship 11 a.m.; Church Training, 6:15: Monday, March 15: 2:30: and mobile home roof

    Melrose, Bradford County, venue Court. or jurisdiction of the Deputy Clerk 7 p.m., Choir Practice 7:45: p.m., Evening Worship, 7:30: p.m. Girl Scout Troop no. 614. coating Oim's, MOBILE Home GARAGE SALE: Moving, must

    Florida, 32091 intends to 2/26 4tchg 3/18 p.m.Wednesday Wednesday, March 17: 2:30: 9645606. St. Rd.
    Service. sell Lazy boy Conch bed refrigerator -
    DEMANDS night
    ALL CLAIMS, Prayer p.m.Monday
    register said fictitious name AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO I rI -------------, Meeting and Bible Study : Revival Choir, p.m. Brownie Troop no. 311; 16W & Jct. 233 Starke Fla. tape recorder

    under the provisions of aforesaid 7:15: p.m.; Revival, 7:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m.Covered-dish Supper Ampex stereo, painting
    8pm. .dchg-----
    Kilm-"God of the Atom. .
    statute. BARRED. |I NOTICE Tuesday, Junior Choir, 3:30: desk and chair. Ph. 964-7286,

    Joyce Barton and Olden W. Frank Porreca has made p.m.; Revival Choir 7:15: 124 N. Myrtle, Starke. 1tp

    Barton, owners. Date of the first publication of !Application to the Bradford Madison! St. p.m., Revival, 7:30: p.m Morgan Road WILL BABY SIT for any age 3/11

    Dated this 19th day of February this Notice of Administration: I County Zoning Board for re- Wednesday: Family Night child in my home 9646821. _. - -

    A.D. 1976, at Starke March 4, 1976. classification of the property Baptist Church Supper, 6:15: p.m.; Sunday Baptist tfchg FOR SALE, Two-horse trailer in

    Florida. I School Workers RA's - - -
    {described below from OR (open Mtgs., excellent condition. Good
    /s/ OLAN ROWEAs
    2/19410 3M1B 'rural) to R1C (residential with GA's Acteens World Friends,
    -- ------*B---. Personal Representativeof I Rev. O.D. :Moore, pastor Sunday Services-Sunday BILL'S SAW SHOP: Complete tires and jack included. Gill
    JMHI.I ). Mission Friends, 6:45: p.m.;
    the Estate of service, circular, 964 5630after 6 p.m lip 3/11
    NOTICE OF INTENTION School. 10 a.m. Morning sharpening
    I Revival Choir 7:15
    Six ((6)) acres located off the : p.m. ,
    TO REGISTER MARY H. ROWE, Deceased I Sunday-Church School, Worship and services for the hand, carbide chain, mower - - -
    south end of Bayless Hwy (1225)I ) Revival 7:30: p.m.
    FICTITIOUS NAME 3/4 2tchg 3/11 I 100 NW 1 9:45: ; Morning Worship, 11 ; Revival Choir deaf at 11. Training Union blade hollow) ground and FOR SALE: Chihuahua puppies
    /mile north of Hwy. in Thursday: ,
    -----mm-w WM----- Church Training, 6:15: ; 7:30. balanced. Leave at Jackson & breeders, registered and
    to Section 86509Florida 6:30: ; Evening Worship, :
    ( Revival 7:30
    6 South
    14 7:15
    Township : pm.; p.m.
    $15 775
    Men'sSoftball unregistered E.
    Statutes, notice is Evening Worship, 7:30.: WednesdayMidWeekPrayer Building Supply Starke or up.
    ( 21 East to allow the Friday: Revival Choir, 7:15:
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Range 2:30 Main Street. Lake Butler 496-

    hereby that the practice : p.m. Service and Bible Keystone Heights tfchg
    given undersigned THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT I placement of conventional or Tuesday-Ladies Bible p.m.; Revival, 7:30: p.m. 2044. 3/11 3tchg 3/25
    Choir -- - -
    Rose Marie White Rt. Study, 7:30:
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR | mobile homes on 20,000 sq. ft. Saturday: Associational .
    10 a.m. Men's Softball 10 20 PATIO COVERS Homes - - -- -
    Study :
    15. Box 303 B, Maxville. Florida, Practice, 8:15.: x
    classification Youth Night at
    This is Baptist
    32204. doing business under the BRADFORD COUNTY.IN | change in practice, 6:30: p.m.WednesdayFamily. and mobile homes. $180 FOR SALE: 3 goats $50. 782-
    to be Madison Street Church, 6:30:
    | subject to a public hearing 3673. Itp 3/11
    firm name of "THE BARKING Night, installed $140 uninstalled
    RE The of DON I held on Tuesday, March 30, pm. _.
    : Marriage 6:30 Prayer Meeting, 7:30 GATOR MOBILE HOME - - -
    LOT, 404 West Madison I II : ; ; Curter 82: I
    ALD EUGENE GILL Hus- 11976 at 7:30: p.m. in the County Mrs. Corn GARAGE SALE
    Street, Starke, Bradford I Youth Choir practice, 7:30: ; SERVICE CO. Ph. 3729767 : SR-1B off 100
    band/Petitioner, and JACKEY j I Commission room at the Bradford Adult Choir practice 8:30.: Gainesville tfchg. on Crystal Lake. 1 ton, 1 horse
    County, Florida 32091, intendsto
    said fictitious PREVATT GILL WifeRespondent. / I County Court House at I II Associational Youth Night Ira I. Hollingiworth Mrs. Cora Lindy Carter, 83, - - GE air condition. 1 36" Hot
    register name
    interestedI died Sunday in
    I which time all persons will be held March morning Point stove. 1 Sears 2,000
    under the provisions of aforesaid Saturday In REDUCE safe & fast
    shall be heard for or against the Southeast General Hospital with

    statute. NOTICE OF SUIT I proposal, as specified In the 20 welcome, at 6:30: p.m. All Youth LAKE BUTLER Mr. Ira Alabama after a long illness. GOBESE TABLETS & E-VAP BTU 1 iron gas twin heater bed, 1 youth 2 pinbdll bed

    Rose Marie White, sole NO PROPERTY I Zoning Code of Bradford Children's Sunday School I. llollingsworth, 84, died Born in Long Mountain, "water pills" Andrews Drugs, machines .& misc. artIcles.

    owner. County. Sunday afternoon, Feb. 29 in Tenn., Mrs. Carter had been a Keystone Heights. 1/29 8tp 4733352.
    Dated this 19th day of I Department will go to 3/18 Itchg 3/11
    ToJackey: Prevatt Gil Alachua General Hospital resident of( Campbellton, Fla.
    Marmeland March ------ --- -
    February.. A D. 1976 at Starke, A R. Kiefer, ChairmanI after an extended illness. for the past three years. She -- -- -- -- -
    Florida address unknown | 20, at 8 a.m.If' FOR SALE: New Johnson CB
    Bradford Co. Zoning Board was a member of the Camp- BOOKKEEPER: Excellent refer- radio. List for $150.96. Will

    219. .4 .JlL______. Funeral services were held bellton Baptist Church.
    ., YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED tip 3/11 ences. Fully qualified to keep take$125. See Frank Sheffieldat
    1 1 I I I of ,------------- Tuesday afternoon in the Funeral services were held double
    that for dissolution
    an action : :: :::::::: : ::::::::::::':: :: entry books, state and Priest 5 & 10. Itp 3/11
    ':::::*:: ::::; : :::::::: :::: ::: : of Archer Funeral afternoon at the
    ( has bent filed ; i chapel Wednesday federal forms
    NOTICE |I marriage againstyou payrolls, etc. ------- --- -
    |* I and you tie required to Card Of Thanks .: Home with Rev. Norman Campbellton Baptist Church Small' business accounts FOR SALE: Tomato plants. Call
    NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO : Richmond and Rev. WilliamL. with Rev. E.L. Scrugge officiating.
    { L.K. Edwards and Associates) I I serve a copy of your written wanted on a weekly, monthly 468-1919, Hampton, Ra. Itp

    (J has nude Application to the I/ defenses if any, to it on SHAW, REGISTER J.: ;.:m.W'; $;:::::::::-;>>;;::: Morris officiating. Burial Burial in the church or quarterly basis. Reason 3/11/

    J Bradford County Zoning Board I 1 KOPELOUSOS & HEAD, Attorneys FICTITIOUS NAME followed in Elzey Chapel cemetery followed with able. YOUR PLACE OR MINE. -------- -- -

    J for reclassification of the j/ for Petitioner, whose Pursuant to Section 866.09 Cemetery under direction of( James and Lipford Funeral Call 964-7509. 2/28 3tchg FOR SALE: 10-15 LT MULTITRAC'S -
    Florida Statutes, notice is CARD Of THANKSThe Funeral Home of Lake of Graceville in
    Archer Home chargeof
    j property described below from j( address is 142 West Call Street, $48.08 tax Incl. 11-15
    the of Ethel
    that un- family
    OR (open rural) to R1A (residential I( Post Office Box 1086, Starke, hereby given Moody Butler. arrangements. ---- -- -- LT'S $51.57 tax ind. 15"x8"
    George L DeSha, would like to thank for include four
    ( dersigned everyone Survivors :
    ). Florida, 32091 and file the
    YOUR Blood "SNOW
    | WHITE"
    wheels with
    1 P.O. Box 29. Keystone Heights. their thoughtfulness, flowers, nativeof sons, Paul Carter of Starke, pressureDay
    Mr. Hollingworth a
    J Located 2% miles south of | original with the Clerk of the or Night, anywhere! red & blue pin stripes for Ford
    Florida, 32666, doing business cards, the memorial gifts John Carter of Memphis
    I given lived in the Lake
    Starke &south of Intersection of I above-styled Court on or before Georgia, Accu-Rx check "Warning & Chevy $22.88
    under the firm name of to the church in her honor, the Tenn. G B. Carter Jr. of Sun pickups tax
    I Hwy. 100 and S100A, 75 acres in | April 12, 1976, otherwise a judgment Butler community for many sign" on the spot! 429 95 at incl. For your tire or wheel
    ROOM COIF- wonderful food
    "CRYSTAL and of all and Clarence
    I Sections be entered most He was in the saw mill City Arizona
    10 and 15. Township 7 i iI may againstyou years. Koch Drugs 3/11 5tchg 4/8 needs Call BRADFORD TIRE
    I South, Range 22 East. This will for the relief demanded in FURES, Highway 21, Bradford your prayers from which we business until retirement lie Carter of Chenny, Washington -
    ------- -- -- SALES 782.3172 &
    County, Florida 32091, intendsto received peace one can only find five Mrs. evenings
    member of the ;
    I be a Planned Unit. Development, the Petition. was a TEXAS CHEMICAL CO. needs weekends. 3/11
    I to allow homes to be built on WITNESS my hand and the register said fictitious name through prayer and God's love. Primitive Baptist Church. Betty Saunders of Campbell- Contact _Itp
    dependable --
    under the provisions of aforesaid May each of you be ever in His ton Mrs. Sprlce and person. -- ----
    seal of said Court the 8th
    1 20,000 sq. ft. and establish business on day Starke area customers. Be PORCH SALE "eca Lafr
    care. Survivors include: his wife tta.
    statute. Mrs. Joyce Norman of Mari-
    | and recreational areas. of March, A.D. 1976.GILBERTS.. George L. DeSha, sole owner. -Ada and Pat Loudon Mrs. Fredna Hollingsworth of( anna Mrs. Margaret Ferguson your own boss. We train. adults only. Clothes sizes 12

    | This change in classification, is j I BROWN Dated this 9th day of March, Lake Butler; five daughters, of Richmond, Va., and Write W.C. Crawford, Pres., up, household/ glassware,

    I subject to a public hearing to beheld |I A.D. 1976 at Starka, Florida. Mrs. Merle Wilkison of Im- Mrs. Vivian Sides of Lancaster PANCO, Box 52, Fort Worth, other Items. Special for
    j on Tuesday, March 30, Tex. 76101. 3/11
    4/1 mokolee. Mrs. Doris Conner of heater tand, tank some
    3/9 4tchg one sister, Mrs.
    j 11976 at 7.30: p.m. m the County : Beulah Moody CARD OF THANKSWe Ky.;
    I Jacksonville Mrs. ------------ kerosene. 10 .
    Carolyn Grace Turner of Middleboro, a m. Saturday &
    | Commission room at the Bradford Deputy Clerk ------- both thank Father Richard HELP WANTED, OUTSIDE
    ------- Brannen of Lakeland Mrs. Sunday. Itp 3/11
    | County Court House at 3/11 4tchg 4/1 Bowles, the ladies of the church Harriet Thomas and Mrs. Ky.; 26 grandchildren and 24 COLLECTOR: Part time to -------

    i which time all persons InterestedI ry that were here, Mr. & Mrs. great grandchildren.The make personal contact with ELSIE yard"al7
    Dale Clyatt of Lake Butler a NORMAN'S 4
    ; :
    I II -------------- ;
    I aha be heard for or against the Richard W ty, Mr. & Mrs. delinquent accounts and 1/2 mM N.
    son Mr. Wayne Hollingsworthof of Starke. Prices\
    proposal, as specified in the I II I o MIIr1- Henry Stefanelli, Mr. & Mrs.
    I Jacksonville; a brother, Veterans Administration arrange for collection, repossession are lower than whet they ware

    I Zoning Code of Bradford I NEED TO CLEAN YOU a stwtaKtor OeaaPE 0 A.K. Carlisle, and to all the Mr. C.C. Hollingsworth of treats more than 1.1 million of rnd e. Write Mont- Monday Sterling silver flat
    Board of Health
    II |
    j I County. TYPEWRITER? Come by The Mass and dinner nurses at the Morristown; 22 grand. patients in 171 hospitals each gomery Ward, Box 5035 Mar, men's old watches.
    I II and
    I gifts wa children 23 great grand- Jacksonville, Fla. 32207 or Odds & ends and clothes foreveryon
    !!A.R. Kiefer, Chairman j II Office Shop and pick up some received at our 59 anniversary. year. Domiciliary and ourting
    M-s. Saxon 90 -306-:
    I sheet cleaner for children and three great, for phone Saturday March
    Bradford Co. Zoning Board j liquid or your God bless everyone. home care is provided 2678. 3/11 ,
    I grandchildren. Itehg: 13. lip 311i"
    13/11) Itchg ) typewriter -Mr. & Nit Frank Coccialdo great another 30,000 patients.
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    r-FOR SALE J ,.. HOUSES FOR SALE"""'II Floriland Realty Have Timber

    r FOR RENT Mimosa Manor 393 N. Temple Ave.'
    r... ...-d For Sale
    Mobile Home ParkA FOR SALE .:-

    FOR SALE: Roll roofing $5 per FOR SALE: By owner, 3 bed- Nice Place All property at: Call r ::;;

    roll, mingles $10.50 per sq., room CB home. LR, kitchen, FOR RENT: 12' wide mobile.' To live 510 Cherry Street ];
    plumbing fixtures Fiberglass Fla room carport boat shed, homes outside limits J.B 524 Cherry Street F.J. Saunders Real Facts 0 rurillt.'j41'
    tub and mower enclosures. 16'x32' pool. Chain link fence. White. Ph 964-6114. tfchg. Large Lots 538 Cherry Street
    THE BARGAIN CENTER, :301 Saratoga Heights Call 964- ...---._------ Yard CareGarbage (Make us an offer I Pulpwood LI on Real jrol I REALTY
    South tfchg. 5275 for appointment, 3/11 FOR RENT: Olin' Subdivision Cans - 4

    ------- --- Zip 3/18 1/2 acre I lots. $25.00 per Mail Boxes 3 BR Corner Lot, $16.500 533-2621 2,19.5,13MOBILE ? Estate I ....
    month. Water & Sewage - -
    FOR SALE: New & Used furniture G----/
    Travel furnished:For Information ca. Cent. Sewage Plant 3 BR Corner Lot, 23,500 By
    new & Concord
    carpet FOR SALE: 1968
    Garbage Pickup
    Congdeum cloth 30 cents Trailer 8'x2O'. Side by side Mark Olin, Olin'a Mobile 2 Car Parking - HOME l Cecelia TerwHlegar '
    yd.. zippers 1 cent per Inch. Admiral refrigerator and Homes Sales Hwy 100 W., Concrete Patio 2 Big old houses; need rep.
    THE BARGAIN Starke 964-5606, tfchg. $17,000 Both. Real estate taxes are a major consideration when
    CENTER, J01 freezer with Ice maker and Improved Street PARK
    ------------ - buying a home, or a parcel of property. Check on the
    tfchg. cold water dispenser. Call 73495. Electric Service to
    1tp 3/11 FOR RENT: 12x65 Mobile 200 Amperes little house; need rep. $7.700 INSIDE CITY LIMITS amount of yearly taxes. Find out how much this will

    -UHS LE-:" acre homesites ------------ Horne, 2 BR, Bath & 3/4, Metered Gas - WALK TO BRADFORD SQUARE add to your regular monthly mortgage payment. Be
    Crosby Lake Estates, 2 mi.W. C/A/ ,$150 per mo. References 82'x146' So. Walnut St. Will sell OR DOWNTOWN certain that you can afford to pay the taxes, especially
    of Starke on RD 100. Owner FOR SALE: 3 BR: 2 Bath; block Required. 964-6608. 1tchg .Move In Bonus. for kiss than assessed value. $30 Per Month if you are on a limited Income.

    financed, 964 6488, tfchg with LR, DR, Den & garage 3/11 FREE - 11 Is also particularly important fo consider this
    -- ----- --- -_ on large lot 81 1105 W. ------------ 1 Month Rent 100'x26C) Bldg. Lot; will sell ALL CITY CONVENIENCES aspect If you are buying the house for a retirement

    SALES & SERVICES on appliances Madison St. Call Freeman FOR RENT 2 bedroom Electric Hookup part, make us an offer FIRE POLICE PROTECTION 110me. Most retirees have a set Income. Inflation
    III 964-sn1 964- : partially CITY WATER AND SEWER In future.
    used appliances Register or - GAS means that this Income will buy less the

    washing machines, dryers, 5888. tfchg. furnished Madison St.house No children 634 $125m0. ,W. Phone 964.7498 100'x16O' Lot & storage bldg. Jo-Lu Motel Allow yourself plenty of leeway money-wise when
    ------------ u how much will have available to
    $8,750. money you
    AIC, electric and gas stoves. Ph.964-8404 or 9647521.342tchg .
    THE BARGAIN CENTER 301 FOR SALE: By owner 3l3"R.:m, 3/11 - TF CHG pay taxes and upkeep.
    South brick home double carport 11-h A So on 301. $13,200. Allow us to help you make a wise decision. We are in
    dchg.------ ------------ .
    partially carpeted, drepes. 3 - the business of helping people with real estate transac.tlons.
    unfurnished 3
    FOR RENT Large
    blocks from sct1tlol. Ph. 473- : 3A. Bessent Rd $10,500. .
    FOR SALE bedroom house. $125. 9646579 MULTIPLE
    : Mobile home lots 2039 after 5 p.m and week. - -
    $95 down Few lots still avail- ends. tfchg. after 5:30: p.m. 1tchg 3.34 A. So on 301, Storage HICK'SPOODLE We have severa I attractive homes to sell with excellent

    able in several subdivisions.Ph. ----- ------- 3/11 LISTINGS Bldg., House & Sm. Office, financing.
    44)8.1551.) ------------
    tfchg. FOR SALE: Country Retreat-20
    $50,000. -----
    FOR RENT Small 2 bedroom, MH, Lake Alto $6,800Starke
    - -- --
    acres just north of - A beautiful lot with furnished trailer on Hampton
    New 3 BR, 2 bath, central kitchen equipped house, $80.
    12A &4 frame houses $25.000. GROOMING Lake.
    WATSON'SHOUSE 964-6680. 1tp 3/11 2 BR, 1 acre, '7,500Starke.
    heat and air, large fireplace
    OF VACUUMS - ----
    and more Just $79.500. FOR--RENT--:-3-bedroom-----2 -bath 3 BR, $14,500 14KA.\ 3 BR House, $20.00) Two Furl Time Corner store and filling station In the heart of Lawtey

    Many brands of new Owner Financing. Quality - for sale. This Is an excellent location and the owner will
    mobile home In Lawtey. 7ffi3806. -
    Used machines avaIlable. Realty of Gainesville Inc. 1. 1tchg 3/11 Starke 2 BR, 2 acres, $18.500 2OA., 3 frame houses, 37000. GroomersAppointments finance. Priced to fit your wallet.
    372.8441 Realtors.
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    Expert Repairs all makes. For
    Parts and Accessories for all 3/11 FOR RENT: N'lCe furnished 1 2 BR MH on lake $22,000 2OA., 2 frame houses, 33500. A very attractive trailer, well landscaped lot, two neat
    vacuums. BUilt in central ------------ - Your Convenience storage buildings all for 511.660. If your credit Is good
    bedroom No children, no
    FOR SALE: 12x50 bedroom, 1 ept. 31A Near Keystone 1320' on you can get financing on this
    vacuum cleaning system 712N. pelS. Ph 964-0071. 1tp 3/11 Southgate 3 BR $25,500Starke
    Main Gainesville 3767110. bath mobile lame excellent St. Rd 100. 964-7837 2/19.6/13 -----
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    tfLOSE condition, new furniture, car- - Large,nearly new home on Road 100. This Is your life
    In the
    FOR RENT Furnished No 5 homes $30,000to
    -- - - peting, drapes, central heat : apt. $40,000 48A. K mi. on St Road Large enjoy It in this home that Is bound to be a real family
    and air, refrigerator, stove, children. 9648021. 1tp 3/11 area House $70,000.VEANIE pleaser.
    WEIGHT safEly and fa&.
    washer, utility building. 1-468-
    WIth X.11 diet plan $3.00. US.J01, 4.4 acres $9,500 P. ODOM Long Champ .
    Reduce excess fluids with X. 2954, near Hampton 1tp UNITED FARM AGENCY, INC. Broker Spirit of '76. Get yourself some land I We have beautiful
    ------------ Reg. and of it Rd. 18 near Hampton
    Real Estate Broker Home and property plenty on
    Pal $3.00 KOCH DRUGS. 1/B FOR SALE: 12x70mobile home, Reg. Theresa, 10 acres 2,500' 964-5476 964-7700 Lake
    206 Water
    S. St.
    15tchg 4/15 3 bedroom 1 3/4 bath ,800,
    National Advertising Theresa 40 acres $42,000
    -- - --
    down & take over payments Paul Faulkner-Broker Green Acres a pretty lot with trees Ideal for your
    FOR SALE: Mobile Home Pans 782-3215. Up 3/11/ Irene Faulkner-Aaaoc. ear dream home
    lawtey 11 acres $10,000Lawtey Jimmy Moore's
    and supplies OLIN'S MOBILE --- --------- 964-6066 ----
    HOME SALES, Hwy 100 W. FOR SALE: lot on SRD 16 East 60 $54,000 Sun Sports NEEDED: 3 BR homes under noooo to sell.
    Starke, 9645606. tfchg. near county line 64 acres
    3 bedroom frame house on 1 Ct'"t'lia T Terwitlegar Reg Real Estnte lIrolt..r
    ----- --- -- -. zoned houses only $900. Call MORE BOAT FOR YOUR LOT OR OURS"FREE
    acre .'8.500.00 Terms. Garage business on US-301: 206 West Madison Avenue
    TOP SOIL FILL DIRT: 6 days a 964-5010 details. 3/4 Zlchg - YOUR MONEY TF ESTIMATES- OFFICE PHONE 964-7776

    week dozer work and 3/11 4 bedroom, brick, nice section Hampton 440 acres $700 per STARKE PH 964.5791 REMODELING REPAIRS HOME PHONE 964.5145
    dlagllne work. Call 468-1B73, be able to Call
    FOR SALE 2 bedroom frame
    Star RI. Hampton STEPHEN : Double wide M/H. Fhxnislhed and discuss this with us. STERN DRIVE SERVICE
    SMITH LANDFILL tfchg. home fully furnished about 1 15 Acre ,--------t
    - ---- 1/2 miles West on Hwy 18. AND REPAIR SOLD TRADED
    All other
    type properties Well II t
    Must eeli. 8.500 or best reasonable COMPLETE FIBERGLASS ACREAGE FOR SALE} Sundays t ( DriliinliJJ
    I 10 x 20 PATIO COVER: Installed 100 x 119 offer.lot,Plenty with well of trees and, REALTOR REPAIR 964-6853 10:35: A.M. I 2" Thru 6" t tf
    $185 installed $40.00.. CUSTOM BUILT FIBER
    205 N.Temple I US.30n
    Gator Mobile Home Service carport. 964-8750 after 5 p.m, Large frame house, excellent 904 964-6522,468.1753 GLASS FISHING BOATS Hwy 301 5 Starke TF WPXE Radio f Fast Rotary f

    372-' 767. tfchg. 3/4 41p 3/25. condition, central H/A, 3 bed-
    ------------ 1490 I Drilling Equipment II f
    -- --- --- room, 2 bath, carport, corner .I .. -r
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    lot in city.
    I State Licensed ,
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    11.11. FOR RENT 1 Frame 2 BR house 1 bath on 1 FIIIDIRT l f Cads BRASINGTON lIa c-Oldsmoblle

    t WANTED ) acre. Baytess Hwy Area >1fQrar2 Sales Service I Pumps I :
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    Top Soil Fin 5.110"/ 0'' L ,'rl
    3 to 6 acres clear, 4 mi. N/Wof
    FOR RENT: Large downtown Starke. Clearion. "'iII rl Cars 1'0"/ t
    unfurnished apt 3 bedroom. Carhlla', "Iradra +
    New & Used
    ACREAGE NEEDED: 100 500 central heat and air. Part - REAL ESTATE 200t N.W. 13 378530tGAINISVILLI ,

    acres Development Land. Call could be used for business 1 & 2 acres mobile home sites. Call 461-1873 :: : Sales- PartsService
    Reese Bradley, Walter 964-7271 or 964e5 after N.W of Starke Terrne. frMnri 1 '" LAY/n '". tf ( )
    Williams, Real Estate Jax. - E-Z Terms
    6:30:: tfchg. Furnished 2 BR 1 R bath Mobile STEPHEN SMITH
    Frame I
    3 BR
    389 8888. 2/19 4tchg 3/11 - -- -- house 1 bath, 10 .
    - - -- FOR RENT Unfurnished 3 bedroom acres land on paved road. Sa.... Home on 1 acre $9.500
    : : HAMPTON FLA. AntennaE \ I II
    STAR ROUTE .. I I Plumbing
    house outside Starke, eral out buildings 2-story 4 BR 3 Bath, frame e.

    25. 964-5389 or 9648286.1tchg home with 2735 sq. ft. living " "II.'le'II"II"1OPFN Tower I I II
    ) 3/11 3 BR, 2 Bath, CB dwelling in area on 4 acres many extras .
    city. New Installation
    --- $45.00
    -- -- Service I
    - -
    FOR RENT: Furnished duplex: - -
    gas, lights end water fur. Well built house on nicely landscaped 3 BR 1 bath wlw carpet frame in DAILY 1'ce" SAVE! '40 Remodeling I

    'SUZUKI OF STARKE: Your rushed 615 N. Water St. 1tp double corner lot in city, Lawtev, 7,000. PUBLIC CONSIGNMENT p Repairs. I
    with 3
    partially GIP
    authorized Suzuki Dealer 3/11 - .
    00'E tuTh1..701.Cx.nn.111or
    Phone' 9646X110.304 East Call -- -- --- --- bedrooms 2 tile baths, ample 3 BR 1 Bath frame, cent. heatl '
    Street. tfchg. FOR RENT: Mobile home on 1 closet space,living room, family air fenced cor. lot. 15.000.. RUCTION Anr.nn.20 I Durrancel
    with nice
    room dining area
    16 h. paneled -
    - - -: acre. Carpeted Cft.nn.I2..12Anl.nn.
    A1. :325 S. kitchen with garbage diSposal, 2 BR frame stove & ref. in .
    CL 175 located on
    FOR SALE: 1m Honda roan
    dish washer, wall counter SATURDAY MARCH 20 -10
    $300. Ph. 473-3152, Richard 2.9 mIles S. of Hampton. Has top burners, plenty oven of cabinets country $13,000. terms a.m. caa.Cf.1.0.nbadniJ / Pumps & Supply i iI
    be to be appreciated.A.W. - WIT.
    3/11 Guy
    or Rodney Hall. 3/4 ZIp to seen
    -- --- -- Kenston Box 218 plus pantry closet, large rooms, 2 BR frame B,400. terms. AUCTIONS 3rd SAT. EVERY MONTH ev Iran.I.Illnd I Company I
    cantrareat and air. separate
    Fla. 32044. 3/11 - tai u.v S..n.I
    Hampton We Are Now 1
    ... ... utility room plus swimming pool 8.7 In Accepting spln.rLaSer
    .. 3tp 325FOR acres city $15.500. 864 N. Temple Ave.
    with sliding board. Equipment For Our March Sale ,T..Includ'
    --- --- -- - ;t
    MISCELLANEOUSLOSE RENT: Small 2 BR house, - 7.2 acres in Lawtey $2.000 acre. ;0 Inll.lled Starke
    Frame house on corner lot In Call Us About Bringing In Your 015000
    ........ enn
    month's rent -
    first and last 88 -
    ... ..... 2 SR, 1 J
    quiet neighborhood .ul.' 'Iy000
    deposit$BS month.964-7582. bath, LA. K, Screel ed porch, 36.35 acres .1300 h. on US-J01 Farm Industrial 8 Construction Equipment A-9 4.i .
    N. Church. 1tchg 3/11 N. $56,500 good tarms. .
    furnished. of All Kinds Now. We Pre W'lre New Homes FOR SALE Electric PenCil
    and t-
    WEIGHT safely -- --- ------ - EW
    WIth X.11 dlllt plan t3 00. FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house Your the Market Place sharpeners 3 different, styles In
    Reduce excew fluidll with X. trailer. Woodland acres. George Roberts Jr. rm LAW,,, II.. Bring Equipment to Ph..an.HHlelr08e: stock handy for home or

    DRUGS. 1/8/ .125 month. REG. REAL ESTATE BROKEr i 782.3808 3/4 41C"13 3/25 office For sale at The OffIce
    tf (, __r-re .r..n Y"r. A ........ Shop
    3/11 -
    15tchg 4/15 Call 964-726!!
    --- -- ------ --- ------ ,GENStiO N.Eo FLORIDA EQUIP U\T:: 801llDID'/
    AUCTION Olin's Subdivision

    "The Affordable Home" Hal Come To Bradford County U. S. 17 North Green Cove Springs

    JAX.J2x. .438 FREE? Ph ((904)284-5977) I I 1 I p1

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    'IIz Acre Lots For Rent 3000 Sewage Furnished,

    L.K. Edwards, III Call Mark Olin 964-5606 Hwy 16 8 Morgan Rd. ,
    Town a Country
    a Assoc. Inc. .. tlttltll 111111. rtltltt.

    Homes REALTORTown Full Service & D ROOFING

    8 Country Homes, North C.ntrol Florida' largest Volume Home Builder, has started rJ -l

    two "Alfordoble Hom..on SR.I00. .. mils south of Sfork. and will soon begin construction Including Statements & ,

    In other locations.In .

    1975 this company built over 160 quality homes und.r $30,006 In Alachua, Putnam, Union, Income Tax I i o I

    and other nearby counties. Most famili.s paid $200 dawn, or I.... Monthly payments on a

    Town 8 Country Hom. are suited to a family's ability fa pay As Capable As The Expensive I I:1 j L.s:::. I I

    Town 8 Country Homes have Increased In value ov.r $1,000 every year for the last 5 year. As Inexpensive As The Less All Ro'dfing I II

    Competent I Types I

    L.K. Edwards Associates, Inc., I Keystone Heights Realtors, are r.pr.senting Town 8
    Country Homes in Bradford County and they have many beautiful hom.slt.s to choose from I & Commercial I

    Select a site while choice ones ore still availabl. J. E. Milligan FREE Roof Inspection I I II

    land, let Town Country Homes' architect design a home for you. New Roof Or
    If you own your own i I Repairs
    Call For An Edward. &Auoelaf.. 4-7410

    Town 904/377.7511& Country Homes Appointment 904/.73.2669 118 N. Walnut St. 164-8286 L. Free Estimates 2ftlt./ 13 .I

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    School instruction; __ From rage II/ _----------------------.-- :-- Bradford Votes
    renovation of an existing high house ROTC classes and art plans a waste of money unless great expense to me board to
    school structure now used for classes and studios) the buildings are proven to be replace them all at once except in West Florida wherea (Lawtey City Hall) where he come first-served basis, dollar are available for Bale at
    administrative offices to Hall cuued the renovation sound. "We would have to replace lower cap was set. scored 278 to 73 for Carter and according to Rotary President the Chamber of Commerce
    "They didn't Investigate three buses a year- more than In scoring his Bradford 39 for Jackson. Also strong for Fred Llewellyn. office 9-3 daily starting Mon-
    -* Extra Clean Cam termite conditions and don't 10 percent of our buses in County win, Wallace carried Wallace was Precinct 3 Exhibits of livestock and day, March 15. Reduced price
    know what's under those order to keep from using 10- 13 precincts while Carter was (Bradford Fair Grounds) other agricultural and home tickets may not be purchasedat
    AUTO floors. )It's almost the same year-old buses in 1982," Moore high in four. Carter's strongest where he polled 114 to 24 for products, crafts and horticul- the midway Ticket purchases
    : (cacu( : dollar figure for extensive told the board."I support was in pre. Carter and 7 for Jackson. ture are expected to be bigger will be by cash sale
    renovation as in building the would rather bank the dominently black precinct No. Based on returns from 87 this year, according to Fair
    SALES same amount of classroom money for new buses each 7 (RJE Starke) where he per cent of the state's 3,420 Association President Carver only.Ride tickets will also be soldin
    0: 473-4470 & 473-4078 .oU space" Hall said. year, rather than replace received 110 votes to none for precincts, this is how the dele The annual Strawberry county schools during the
    Architect Craig Salley was them unless they're in bad Wallace, and 52 for Jackson. gates to the national conven Queen beauty pageant will be week of March 1519.
    TWO 75 CUEVELLES G instructed to inspect the 1938 shape," commented board Other Carter strongholdswere tions would be apportioned: held this year on Saturday Fair memberships entitling
    75 MONTE CARLO building to determine insulation member Hall. Precinct No. 2 (East President Ford would March\ 27, ate p.m. in the the bearer to admission all
    .- 4 Door 2 Door At, Ac termite and structural No action was taken on the Lawtey> where he received 73 receive 43 and Reagan 23 deie Bradford High School auditor- four days may be
    D. LIKE NEW Vinyl Tops m"IS stability conditions matter, although Moore votes totwo for Wallace and 39 gates to the Republican con- ium. The pageant Is sponsoredby at the Chamber of Commerce
    : .. Superintendent Richard warned the group to be think for Jackson; Precinct 4 vention. the Starke Junior Woman's office at $2 per membership.
    Jockel noted that termite ing about future bus needs.In (northwest Starke, voting at On the Democratic side Club. General admission for
    g $4495 $3495 problems now exist in older other bus matters, the County Fire Department Carter would get 35, Wallace Pete Briggs Fun Zones will children and adults at the fair
    BUS structures and board board voted unanimously to building) Carter 78, Wallace 26,and Jackson 20 of Florida's operate the fair midway with gates is 50 cents.A .
    = 75 CUEVa PICKUP :!! member Arthur Gaskins transfer a federal Comprehensive one and Jackson 16; and Precinct delegates to the national con new rides concessions and second ticket booth is
    = 74 FORD MAVERICK echoed that extensive termite Training Act (CETA) 12 (southeast Starke, vention. attractions for the 1976 fair. being added near the north
    Auto. Trans. Power ::Ja damage was found when employee in the bus maintainance voting at Chamber of Com- ------- Reduced price amusementride end of the cattle barn, adjacent
    L Steering Power Brakes 6 Cyl. Sharp builders demolished structures shop to a regular school merce) Carter 65, Wallace 2, Sign in self-service elevator tickets at five rides for a to the new parking area.
    while the : "In case of
    : constructing board employee and Jackson 20. emergency
    existing new buildings. Frank Loper was moved to Wallace received his ((1)) Do not be alarmed. ((2))
    $3875 21V Board attorney Jesse Wol- the position to replace mechanic strongest vote In Precinct 1 Push alarm button
    bert told the board that the Ralph Gainey who will -M.W. Martin SOCIAL SECURITY
    justice department is well retire March 31. Another oMo .*oMoo"oNotlo+Ra
    74 TOYOTA 74 VEGA HATCHBACK aware of needed haste in CETA employee will be hiredto
    deciding whether sixth the three-man force and the Originals ByPat's BENEFITSTo
    : 4 Speed SHARP At Air Conditioning graders are moved next year, board unanimously voted to
    while !Moore indicated that a hire a mechanic's helper for assist In meeting death expenses there is
    final report from the DER the bus barn, possibly a DCT
    -ft Crafts a lump sum benefit In practically all cases where
    $2195 would be withheld pending the student from the high school.
    $2295m the deceased was covered by Soc al Security.This .
    court ruling. Moore also reported that
    The only new construction drawings for fencing around amount, $255.00. can be paid to the qualified -
    74 GREMUM 74 PLY SCAMP X recommended by the state Bradford High School was Free LessonsNight surviving spouse. If there is no spouse thento
    6 Cyl. At Air survey team included: two under design by the vo-tech the person who assumes responsibility for the
    tll Radial I Tires. Air Cond ; exceptional education class drafting classes using a nine- & Days funeral
    It. LIKE NEW Conditioning 01c rooms and an art, music and gauge chain-link fencing. expenses.
    multi-purpose room at Starke Garbage cans may soon
    $2395 $2495 Elementary an art, music appear around school cam-
    c and multi-purpose room at puses throughout the county Call Nights Archer Funeral Home
    Southside Elementary; and as Superintendent Jockel vol- Except Mon & Tues.
    II 74 CHEY PICKUP 73 VEGA STA. a relocatable classrooms for unteered a portion of his bud- DOYLE M. ARCHER L.F.D
    II' lunchroom space, two gang get to install the cans with a
    WAGON n toilets and one additional post, chain and cover.A Lake Butler Florida
    6 Cyl Auto Trans 4752236Melrose
    -u 4 Speed, Air CondC. classrooms at Bradford
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    This report stops year-old pedestal is as much a Fla. .
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    $2895 $1695 construction plans for six new prison as any small space.
    classrooms at the middle -Gloria Steinem
    . X school and four kindergarten
    w 69 DODGE DART 67 FORD classrooms, two each at
    Starke and Southside Elemen- rr'/ ,.,." O E4lGiLE
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    recommended constructionwere IY.111
    : $795 $495 two home economics w.,7 1

    classrooms, two typing, classrooms -
    Dl n two industrial art
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    .5 60 VW 63 63 JEEP PICKUP !: one agriculture room

    u M and special education space,
    C Clean Runs Good 4 Wheel Drive :Moore told the board.
    Most of the recommended
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    $595 $795 pletely planned, architect
    Crab vour.fc/ssors start snipping and !
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