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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 10, 1977
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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.1 Casey Outlines Areas Of Concern For School Board E $RADFORO C0


Superintendent Tom Casey school federal law and must be for the building might be, ball courts with lighting and a.
l following a special Implemented over a period of according to Casey, a voca fence.
I board meeting Monday night, time. Handicapped persons tionalrehabilitation center, a Local funds would have to
: gave the board members an between the ages of 6 and 18 vocational center for sewing be used for site work on side-
r overview of what projects he must be given( an education and foods
a center for the walks, walkways and land, rtrrapThe
thinks should be of concern for through the county school trainable mentally retardedand scaping although Casey
the remainder of
this school system was one of the areas an adult basic education pointed out that work programs
year and will carry over into that Casey said would require center. might be a way of
next year immediate attention.
having some of these projects
Using a blackboard, Casey Casey asked the board to Items that would require completed. Work programsthat .
outlined areas of consideration consider uses for RJE school, special funding would be for need to be looked at are
He did not list priorities, some of those aleady the auditorium to have stage
CETA, work study DCT
Sweetest Strawberries This Side
but said these were possibi- requesting space are Head lighting, air conditioning anda agriculture placement and job of Heaven
lities and items for the boardto Start, which is currently restroom. Renovation of the entry.
be thinking about. housed there, the Starke existing shower rooms in the Several items Casey said 08th Year STARKE. FLORIDA IS Cents
Some of the outlined items list Issue Thursday, February 10. 1917
Recreation Department, and gym and the addition of seven Copy t
are mandated by state and Sunshine Acres. Other uses tennis courts and eight hand
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majority of commercial users ',
are going up, it is becoming 'J
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O., 1 exactly how much. ',
:. .4, e t iyi' After a meeting of the city '
council's Utility Committeeand

Retained To Defend trustees the power Friday plant Feb bond 5,

I 'ch-; raA Mayor Charles Schaefer reported :
the group will recommend -
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School SuitThe next meeting Tuesday Feb.
a x'x'rt Board IS. that' commercial: t

F customers using over 800

t school board of Parmenter KWH per month. '
was hospitalizedwith
1i1 I That would take in the !
Bradford County met in a an emergency appen majority of the 436 commercial I
special session Monday nightto dectomy. meters more than 4

1 grant school board attorney just 20 or 30 "big" users dis- 1

Jesse Wolbert the authority to Brooker cussed by the city council: last $
defend the board in a civil suit week Schaefer estimates i
filed by county school ad- going down to 800 KWH will ;. *
ministrator Charles Francis. net the city $12,000 per month. I
/ Elects 4Officials' or $72OUO in the final six '
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.. 0\' Francis has filed a writ of months of the current fiscal
\ k mandamus to be placed in the year for which is feasible the
position of principal at Brad- increased rates can be instituted -
ford High School. Wolbert said .

he will be assisted In defending Zoltan Jacobs, C.J. Stal-- It will also be recommended t
4 the board action by naker, and Steve Nipper were that the present 45 percent

.,;; another attorney who is an elected Tuesday to the surcharge, or fuel adjustment
k -t. .,;..-b authority on Florida school Brooker city council and Mrs. charge, be changed to a 1
Eva Clark was elected city fluctuating charge calculated .
. law.w'S clerk of the t town's )2t( .each month to enable theprfu'er C
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Bradford nigh( straight( students shown above are (ll-r): Pam Underhill, and Beth Davis. attended to electors who voted"_ ; f
"Front: I>ana Tucker Standing: Joey ItiKKs: ,Nancy Illldreth, Ellen: George Betsy Yaw n,James Luke, several session other they matters addedas It was a 52.5 percent turn purchasing fuel oil} and buying
Second row: (seated): Dwajne Baldwin Darla Christopher Joylain": and :.Michelle iullion. :Mark Sapp, Todd Ashline. addendum to the out, "about par for electricity from Florida
Diane Davis. Not shown: Julia Waters, Guy Mammon. an Brooker," according1 retiring Power & Light.
Third row : =.Neva Jane .Flynn. Susan Edwards, Carolyn Roller Donald Wilson, agenda.The board City Clerk Linda The committee and bond
: Robinson. trustees discussed keeping a

-Passed a motion to accepta Nobody ran for mayor this set five percent surchargeeach
recommendation of the area time Mayor Roy Carroll did month as well, as a protection

21 ]Earn Straight A's At BHSTwentyone coordinating council to house not seek re election and the against huge
; the recommended programsof office is vacant. Nobody ran customers who are now-
for marshal and that office is purchasing power cheaperthan
'-'" truck and bus mechanics, also vacant. the city can buy it from

of Bradford Bradford High's senior Starke who studies govern bulary-grammar review science research, advanced heavy equipment mechanics operations, Zoltan Jacobs, a newcomerto FP&L, Councilman Joe
High's..: 1.200 students or 1.7 class placed the largest delegation mental systems, chemistry, civics and chorus. physical education and servedas commerical heavy equipment vehicle driving,, Brooker politics, led the Warren said. The small sur-
percent earned straight A's \ on the recently released behaviorial science, humanities Guy Hammon, son of Mrs. a physical education aide. voting with 48. Stalnaker, a charge would protect the
for I the fourth six-weeks' all-A honor roll with 11. and civics. Lena O'Neal of Starke, who is carpentry, masonry welding, former councilman of some council as would a demand
grading period which ended Four freshmen also earned Beth Davis, daughter of Mr. a drafting student at the Vo- Mark Sapp, son of Mr and clothing production and years ago, was second with 44 rate. Warren says.
last Friday. Feb -I.ToSiulI'i. berths on the straight A list, and !Mrs. James Davis of Tech School. Mrs. Joe Sapp of Starke, who services, heating and air votes. Steve Nipper, appointed Councilman Warren said
and the junior and sophomore Theressa, who studies voca Nancy Hildreth daughter of studies algebra science, and conditioning and supportive to replace former the group also discussed a $:.1
classes each placed three bulary-grammar review, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert L, was a teacher's aide and is a services in adequate facilitiesat councilman Carl Edwardswho set customer charge for every
members on the honor roll. shorthand II, typing II, Hildreth of Kingsley Lake, member of the BUS band. resigned because of his commercial user, and raising
applied -
\ : Seniors receiving straight math, and bookkeeping who studies trigonometry Pam Tucker, daughter ofMr the Bradford-Union area health was a close for the the cost of the first HOO KWH to
A's and subjects taken are: II. biology II, and applied math. : and Mrs. /Neil Tucker of Vo-Tech center. The third and last post up for bids 5.9 cents per KWH. No one
Pagr I I.1. IJ\ Darla Ellen of Starke who studies applied programs are currently in with 43 votes. Present councilman else mentioned this however.
of .
Christopher George daughter Joy Mains daughter MrshldredJordan
Pages 111 Sit math independent science re- operation but according to A.B. Adams trailed with City Clerk Merrill) Edwards,
daughter ofIr.! and !Mrs. !Mr. and Mrs William Georgeof !\ of Starke, who
Thomas D. Christopher of Starke, who studies voca- studies French, independent (See Page 7) superintendent Tom Casey, 34 votes and lost his seat. who also sat in on the committee
are in need of adequate facili- Mrs. Clark polled 28 votes to meeting, says the city
ties which will be state be elected city clerk Dorothy begins to lose money when a
mI..rIIIUIlI: : Tirr funded. Oatney had 20 votes and Mrs. commercial customer uses
Jeanette Prescott trailed in over 1,500) KWH. At that level
Residents -Approved by the board third place. the rate is now 2.5 cents per
Out-Of-County was an extension of six Council members serve two KWH but that power from
months for three maintenance year terms. The mayor and FP&L is currently costing 4he
people on the CETA around 2.8
city cents
clerk serve one year terms. PIT
program.The board gave KWH, the clerk points out.
Holdover councilmen are
l authorization to advertise Otis Tetstone and Edwards says that It4
George
j91 Must To TrashFriday rules of operation in lieu of a commercial customers now
I Pay Dump teacher contract.On Pierce The who new is officials also fire chief.will use over 1,500 KWH per

recommendation of assume office the first Mon month. Going on down to takein
the customer using over lion
day March! .
curtail advertised and acted on at the and Superintendent Casey expelled KWH will take in most of the
In an attempt to use agent Bobby Taylor com- of mobile home tags before two juveniles from the
landfill !March meeting, designatesthe chairman commercial meters, he explains -
of Bradford County mission George they adjourned to drive to
Vo-Tcch school for the
sites by out-of-county residents Bradford County Health Roberts for doing an "out s..verallocalions. for a look at- of the school remainder Man ArrestedFor affecting all but the
the Board of County Department as the agency to standing job." several items to be discussedat asked that the year.of very smallest commercial
in implement the ordinance if a Casey names customers.Only a small office
Commissioners
regular month's
Feb. 11 next meeting
The board opened the only the two boys be kept con- .
meeting/( !Monday adopted by dog has bitten a person or is Possessing without air condition uses
resolution a fee schedule. suspected to be infected with bid received on seven items of fidential. less than 800 KWH per month,

Open House The rates, to become effec rabies. The owner of the dog grease fuel, gasoline and kerosene.motor The oil bid ... .\'';, '1{ Music-Tabled and Worth a pay request Construction from Stolen Clothes the' clerk says. '
will be responsible for ,, :None: of the ,
any -" recommendations -
Bradford County 1, 1977, will be 50 "
ti'elay submitted by Register Oil Co. Company for $43.357 for work
fees for A at the last council I
costs or expenses MACCLENNY: 29yearold -
HealthDepartment automobiles i
cents for of non taken under advisement. four and
was completed on phase
those rendered. Edward the discussion I
services 4'gEM Lawtey man, W. meeting nor
residents
3130: .S p.m one Bradford dollar County for commercial, In other action the board accepted Board approval was also five at Bradford High School. Hamilton, was arrested here between the Utility Committee J
pickup trucks, $.J for one-ton the resignation of extension given for the purchase of a VALENTINEAlvarez -Came to the defense of Feb. 2 on charges of and bond trustees is to I
home economist $943 cleaner.The board of the of stolen and be constructed
Monday, Feb. 14 trucks of to but not including carpet LT. Oglesby. director possession goods as anythinglike
a up live-cubic yard Becky Giebeig who will be finished the courthouse Vo-Tech school concerning concealment of a firearm. final action Mayor
S3 for trucks with a moving from the county. !Mrs. meeting with discussion of a his ability to pick out a truck Macclenny Police Chief Schaefer stresses.
Union General Hospital capacity five-cubic yard capacity up to r..hpa__:__:" n n_<_t praised _hv county crackdown nn_.. nonurchasers and trailer that was ad- Jerry Rhoden heard a report After discussing the Friday
U30pm. but not including 10 yards, $8 vertised for bid. A representative that Hamilton was selling meeting with Mayor Schaefer.
Brooker City for truck a from Martin Inter clothing that may have been Councilman Warren, Clerk
Council7p.m. any carrying national in Jacksonville told stolen. Hamilton was arrestedin Edwards and Bond Trustee
of 10 or more
capacity excluding semi-trucks yards and a Gets No SatisfactionOn the board his company "didn't Macclenny with a pickup Chairman X.M. Smith, it was
shake' in the bid. truck load of children's that !
fee of $15 for semitrucks.The get a fair apparent no concensus I
Tuesday, Feb. IS down clothing which may have been for a recommendation to the
resolution states that After being gaveled taken from Vogue Manufacturing council next Tuesday was ;,
individual citizens who are BC Assessment CriticismCounty several times the representative Company in Starke. reached. The issue of the
was told his bid did not
residents of Bradford
Starke Council County power plant losing money was f
7pm. w ho are disposing of their own meet the specifications. Starke police say Vogue kicked around for several
garbage: or refuse may be allowed Tax Appraiser some areas that should be of the Jacksonville area field Oglesby made a recommendation Manufacturing this Jan. 16 reported hours, all agreed, but nobody I ,
Thursday. FIb 17 to pick up permits from Jimmy Alvarez returned froma watched in the future," office, who conducted the to purchase a used a breaking and en- reported a consensus had '
the clerk of the circuit court one hour conference Alvarez said that DO It's audit of Bradford values. $16,700 tractor from Lvnch- tering, but at that time could been reached.

hich will allow them to dump Tuesday with Department of own study, as well as checks "When the Jacksonvilleoffice Davidson Ford and a $4.950 find nothing missing except Smith said the bond trustees
Bradford County their garbage( free of charge. Revenue officials in by his office showed that "our auditors were asked to trailer from Fruehauf. The contents of vending machines were mainly interested In
Hospital Boardof Discussion among board Tallahassee, convinced that assessments are right on loo make a statement they saidthev board accepted his recom which were broken into. City making certain the power \
Trustees members on how to arrangefor Bradford County assessments percent in some cases, ...our didn't have real com mendation and approved police said Monday, however, plant does not lose money. For :
7p.m. resident permits and out- are well in line with what lowest level on a few parcels is but mentioned any only purchase. The truck and that the instrument used to that reason, he said, the i
of-county coupons left it up to they should be, and we have around 87 or 88..but the average plaints future trailer will be used to train break into Vogue was found trustees leaned toward the '
Senator's Aide the discretion of clerk Gib nothing to worry about, at is well above 90 percent, some problems possible Alvarez said. potential truck drivers. just this past Friday. fluctuating fuel adjustment
1I30,2:30p.m.Commission: Brown to set procedures, and least in the near future." which is considered good." Hamilton was released Fri- charge. A fluctuating charge
Room advertise when coupons and In the latest figures avail- The Bradford appraisersaid -Adjourned the regular day from Baker County Jailon would rise if fuel and power
Bradford Courthouse permits will be available in Alvarez said. "I'm happy able (U973 projected assess he voiced his objection to meeting with an Invitation bonds totalling $2,000. purchased outside went up
(us office. about it" (results of''the ment levels) Bradford Countywas receiving a letter of defect from Casey for the public and Bradford Chief Deputy Smith said, and be reduced if
The board acted on dis- conference), but is still shown as being at 94 5 when it was not justified and press to join the school board Robert Green said Monday his fuel costs decrease. He en-
i Sljc!> (Corumuuitij! cussion from last month's puzzled hy Bradford County percent of market value hile inquired why some counties, members in a short work department is carrying out an visions adjusting the charge
;Stair lank meeting by proposing an received the "letter of defect"from other counties ranged as low with lower assessments than session while he gave an over- investigation to determine if much as FP&L does. "
ordinance relating to the DOR in the first place, as 63 percent.Attending Bradford did not receive view of prospective projects. anu when the clothing was The power plant Is not
Accunto Now'Iflivrvd UpT control of dog bites or dogs "It was never clearly explained the conferencewere letters. /No satisfactory an- Vernon Parmenter was the stolen from Vogue. No paying its bills now says clerk
_._. I y suspected of having rabies. ." Alvarez said "out three division heads of swer was ever given Alvarez only absent member of the charges have been filed here. Edwards, even though noSe
Pedonal Do.n.on. Carp side of saying that we had DOR and two board for the special meeting.
The 4-page ordinance, to be representatives said. Green said. (! Page 7)) \



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Honored Barbara Godwin Guest r-------------? wl SPide { fYlte M71/ ie'I.o '


.. At Sat. Luncheon ;:Gdito. 964-7608 J '.n9 '

Miss Barbara Godwin, Feb. _ _-_
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I cheon the home attended of Mrs.by John 14 guests Milleron at Laura Ellen Box Weds Mr. ParrishIn r Ki Ann Glass Weds Mr. StricklandIn l1.t .


rVl"V Geiger- iiusicrsstrs Road.' wtrre birs. First Methodist Church Rites Home Ceremony at Kingsley Lake -

Miller, Mrs. Randy Johns, and'' Miss Laura Ellen Box, The bride was given in Ki Ann Glass and Stephen Stuart Strickland served as
Mrs. Bob Ferguson. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. marriage by her father, and Moyer Strickland were best man for his brother.
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I Guests included Mrs Thomas A. Box, of Starke and wore a light blue floor length, married at 2 p.m. on Satur- Following the ceremony a R i .. .;;..,
Lucille Godwin, mother of the Thomas A. Padgett, son of Mr. windsong gown trimmed in day, Feb. 5, at the home of the reception was given by the '.. J1'J
bride elect; Mrs. Lola and Mrs. J.T. Padgett, of lace. Her flowers were a nose- bridegroom's parents on parents of the bride and J
Johnson, grandmother of the Lawtey were united in gay of white pompoms and Kingsley Lake. The bride is groom. The dining table was
bride-elect and Mrs. Ancil marriage Saturday afternoonat blue carnations with baby'sbreath. the daughter of Mrs. Olin covered with a lace tablecloth
Griffis mother of the groom- 3 o'clock in the Starke First She wore a short Garrett and John Henry and held a center arrange-
to-be. Methodist Church. Rev. tiered veil with a lace head- w Glass, of Jacksonville. Mr. ment of white chrysan- ::- "
Miss Godwin was presenteda Gordon Henderson of Cam- piece.A Strickland is the son of Mr. themums and yellow daisiesin l ,j"'' .
place setting of her chosen the reception was held at the bowl flanked / &I'
den, Tenn. performed and Mrs. F.W. Strickland.The a crystal by
stainless steel as a mementoof home of the bride's parents on :
in
double ring ceremony. Mrs double ring ceremonywas white candles crystal
the occasion. Henry Green was organist. Westmoreland Street, where performed by the Rev. holders. The punch bowl was
Three tables at which the 14 the bride's table was covered George L Harper of the First placed at one end of the table,
guests were seated were with a white linen and lace United Methodist Church, in with a two tiered weddingcake ..Y 1 G.
covered with embroideredtable cloth, centered by a three the presence of members of at the other end. A.
cloths centered with tiered cake topped with a the immediate families and a Mrs. Steven Glass, sister-
arrangements of dried miniature bride and groom. few close friends. The vows in law of the bride, cut the
flowers. Bridal place cards The punch table was cen- Tia Thornton, were exchanged in the living cake. Mrs. John Anthony >n
marked the seating arrange- tered by an arrangement of room of the Strickland home Glass another sister inlaw,
ment. Elks Nominate carnations and white Gary OsborrfTo .
white before an improvised altar of served punch. Assisting in -r -
New OfficersAt doves. greenery and containers of serving were Mrs. Donald W. Debbie Thomas W.E. Bigham III
Society EditorIs Cutting the cake were Mrs. Wed Mar. 12 snow white chrysanthemums.Miss Thornton of Kingsley Lake Lynn ,

In HospitalDue the meeting held on Monday Bishop Myrick and Mrs.in Mr. and Mrs. Vernie E. Gloria Strickland, of and Mrs. Charles R. Rowell of Exchange Vows in Brooker Church
Feb. 7, of BPOE Starke Henry Greene. Assisting Thornton of Starke announcethe Statesboro, Ga., sister of the Palatka, sister of the groom.
to the illness of society Elks Lodge 1802, the serving were Mrs. Jimmy engagement and approaching groom, served as maid of The bride attended Debbie Lynn Thomas, W.E. Bigham, Jr. served as
editor, Gladys Mooty The following names were presented McKee of Atoka, Tenn. marriage of their honor. She wore a street Jacksonville schools and the daughter of Mrs. Seleta his son's best man, and ushers
Telegraph was unable to obtain for nomination Ex- The bride is a 1976 graduateof dress of slate blue silk is 1972 of
: daughter, Tia Jane, to Gary length groom a graduate Thomas of Starke and the late were Jimmy Temple, Ken
School andis
some news, includingmost halted Ruler, Nealy Mc- Bradford High Dwayne Osborn, son of Mrs. jersey and carried a nosegayof Bradford High School. He D.L. Thomas, and William E. Williams, Terry Thomas,
"personals" this week. Connell; Esteemed Leading employed as a dental assist- yellow chrysanthemums.Given later attended Florida Junior Little and Jimmy
Mae Belle Osborn and the late Bigham III, son of Mr. and Chuck ,
Mrs. Mooty is a patient in Don Es- ant in the office of Dr. J.E. in her in Jacksonville and
Knight, Rawlings; Thomas E. Osborn of Ft. marriage by College Mrs. William E. Bigham, Jr., Outlaw.
Bradford County Hospital teemed Loyal Knight Henry Denmark. Mr. Padgett at- Worth, Texas. parents, the bride wore a Brevard College in Brevard, of Brooker, were united in Following the ceremony a
and we hope to be "back to Esteemed Lecturing tended BHS and is employedin candlelight silk jersey street
Spear; was held at the
Miss Thornton is a 1975 N.C.Following marriage on January 21 in reception
normal" with society items Knight Robert Wolff; Secre- carpentry work in Jackson- graduate of Bradford High length dress featuring full the ceremony, Brooker Baptist Church with home of the bride's mother in
next week. tary. Walter Frick; ville. will reside on West- School and is a sophomore at length sleeves and a shirred the couple left for a weddingtrip the Rev. Terry Cranford offic- Starke. Hanging pots of
Treasurer; George Brown; They Arlington Baptist College, waistline. She carried a nose- to the mountains of North greenery and mixed arrange-
Dr. R.E. DopsonCHIROPRACTOR Tiler, William McKinley; moreland Street in Starke. Arlington, Texas. gay of white daisies and Carolina. iating.The ceremony was per- ments of spring flowers were

Five Year Trustee. George lo..o.low Mr. Osborn is a 1973 yellow chrysanthemums. formed against a backgroundof used throughout the house.
Dominianni, PER. graduate of Trinity High Hos ed greenery and spring The bride's table, placed in
864 Suite C N. 301 t The next meeting will be School in Euless, Texas, and Barbara Godwin By flowers. Potted ferns were the dining room was covered
9 6 Daily Monday. February 21, at I HotfJi Ld ow: I has completed his third yearat Mrs. TerwillegarThe placed at graduated levels, with a blue satin cloth, over
which time election of officers laid with scalloped white lace
964.8018 Arlington Baptist College Honored With with white columns holdingurns
will take place. W.T. Weeks Chapter of The five tiered
Local admittances Bradford Arlington, Texas. of white gladioli iris, coverlet.
County Hospital this The wedding will be an Linen ShowerMiss the United Daughters of the \Fugii mums, and coral mums. wedding cake, edged with
B. F. Goodrich Tire week include: Luther Hardee, event of March 12 in the Pine Confederacy met WednesdayFeb. The focal point was an oval pastel blue roses, was topped
Bob Cooper, James Luke, Level Baptist Church with a Barbara Godwin Feb. 2, at the home of Mrs. candelabra with an arrange- with three light blue satin
Center Mrs. Pinkie Griffis Albert reception following the 12 bride-elect, was compli- Clyde B. Terwillegar, Jr. at ment of magnolia boughs and wedding bells trimmed with
964.6600 I U.S. 301 N. linen shower 1525 E. Call St. with Mrs. and of blue net
Nichols Mrs. Mamie Parrish, ceremony in the church mented at a other greenery. Spiral cande- pearls sprays
Steve Cowart, Mrs. Retha educational building.All Thursday Feb. 3 given by Luther Powell, Mrs. George labras were used on either and lilies of the valley.
Summit Tire SaleA78.13 Bennett, John McCray Mrs. friends and relative are Mrs. Titus Olson, Mrs. De- Flynn Sr. and Mrs. Madge side, and pews were marked Flanking the cake were two
Evelyn Sellers, Mrs. Iva Mc- invited to attend. wayne McRae and Mrs. Middleton as co hostesses.Mrs. with floor candelabras, mag-- five branch silver candel-
I C-78.14 Kinney, Mrs. Mary Luke, George Huggins at the homeof Guy Sale, conductedthe nolia leaves, and satin bows. abras with burning tapers.
William Williams, Mrs. *orlooNMethodists the latter on South Orange meeting with Mrs. C.N. Standards holding hurricane Silver trays, holding
-2191 Plus FET -2591 Plus FET Gladys Mooty, Mrs. Edna Street.A Christy giving the treasurer'sreport lamps with lighted tapers decorated mints, were placedon
Harley all of Starke; Eustis Plan lovely Valentine's Day and Miss Middleton, lined the walk in front of the the table.
c-78.15 1-78-15 Kelly and Mrs. Vester Mc- theme was carried out with the secretarys' report. church. Cuttting the wedding cake
I Mair of Keystone Heights; Covered Dish tablecloths of lace coveringthe Mrs. Lloyd II. Jennings Given in marriage by Don was Mrs. Patty Williams and
.261S Plus FET .29'.0 Plus FET Mrs. Sarah Reynolds Rai- two tables. A centerpieceof program chairman, asked Faircloth, the bride! chose .a Miss! Mary Thomas.. A roundtable
ford Charles Clark, Lake cupids, pom poms, and members to relate authentic, gown or princess design madeof covered with a light
All n, Abttt Full 4 Ply Wkffttnll Geneva; Mrs. Addie SupperA hearts were used on the refreshment personal, and family stories candlelight chiffon fitted at blue cloth overlaid with white
Melrose;; and Mrs. Beasley Mandy table. A Hallmark connected with the Civil War. the wrist on a band of lace out- lace cover held a silver punch
Manning, Lawtey. family night covered dish bridal centerpiece accentedthe Participating in the discussionwere lined with seed pearls and iri- bowl with fern and white
12x15 Big Boss 6695 Plus FET supper will be held at the First gift table. !Mrs. L.A. Green, !Mrs. descent sequins. The dress mums around the base.
r oKo a United Methodist Church in Miss Godwin was presentedwith O.L Haynes, Sr., Mrs. Her was overlaid with a floor Pouring punch were Misses
Fellowship Hall on Wednesday a cupid corsage and as a bert Thomas, Miss Middletonand length cape of Galloon lace Charlene Melvin and Felicia
Feb. 16, at 7 p.m. momento of the occasion was !Mrs. Flynn. which formed a full bridal Hosier. Coffee was served by
Mrs. Levi Whittle will be in presented with a bath en- The Terwillegar home was train. Her headpiece'was 'a the fireplace in the family
Denmarks Furniture Company charge of the supper. '' a semble. decorated in the valentine Juliette cap of' candlelightsatin room from silver services on
All members and their Among the 22 guests in at- motif with camellias, carna- edged in lace, outlined an oval) table covered .with
families,as well as guests are tendance were Mrs. Lucille tions, and tulips. !Mrs. CurtisG. with seed pearls and blue, overlaid with white lace.
W nI invited to attend. Entertain- Godwin, mother of the bride Sanders assisted the iridescent sequins with an elbow Serving coffee were Mrs.
Special ment is being planned following elect, and Mrs. Ancil Griffis hostesses in serving the length veil of candlelight Debbie Outlaw and Miss Ann
the dinner. mother of the groom-to-be. delicious refreshments. tulle. The necklace worn by Thomas.
the bride was an opal and Introducing guests to the
JVf/ Yon Knon- Join Us diamond cross, a gift of the receiving line were Mrs.
groom. Sharon Coston and Miss Larie
Mrs. Myrtle Anderson has Ftr A The bridal bouquet was a Temple. Miss Sandy Young-
I I been visiting for the past cascade of stephonotis, white blood kept the bride's book.
month with her son, A.W. Anderson CARIBBEANCRUISE roses, and miniature carna- Floor hostesses were Mrs.
l and family. tions interspersed with ivy Seletta Chewning Mrs. Alma
1 1v leaves, loops and streamers of Outlaw Mrs. Jean Doublas
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wil- candlelight velvet piquet Mrs. Edith llelvinlrs.: .
banks and son Jonathan from 7 Days ribbon. Patsy Outlaw. Mrs. Lucy

Jacksonville Ala. spent a few Miss Laura Thomas, maidof Edwards. Mrs. Shirley Smith.
days with Mr. and Mrs. Ceo & B rnlct. Hujjlitt. honor, wore a full length !Mrs. Betty Edwards; and Mrs.
Robert A. Jones and family on
s gown of blue velvet empire Fave Holt.
Brownlee Road. Mrs. Jones'sister Ca119645588For style with long sleeves Miss Deborah Green and
Edna Wilbanks returned featuring a lace cape. She Mrs. Donna Lee passed out
to Alabama after spending r InformationAnd carried a crescent bouquet satin tulips filled with rice.
several months with Mrs. a which was a miniature of the Mrs Mary Jane Green
> Jones. Also visiting Mr and
i bride's bouquet. directed the wedding.
G dMfBt Mrs.Jones was their son, Paul Reservations After wedding trip to
Jones and family from Rai- 1-T 'P Gatlmburg. Term the couple
ford. will reside in Brooker

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Party Honors GayleMiss Bride-Elect

Gayle Hatcher. April 8 Serving punch in the family
bride-elect, was honored Sat- room were Mrs. John Green
urday. f'eb. 5, at a party for and :Mrs. Charles Hardy. The
which KM\) persons were invited table was covered by a white
to the home of Mrs. S G. damask cloth centered by
Denmark at 420 North; ; Walnut epergne with fruit.
Street, Starke. Assisting in serving were
Hostesses were Mrs II H. :Mrs. J E. Hardy, !Mrs. Carl
Adams, Mrs. Vernon Silcox Hurst Mrs. Warren Winkler
and Mrs. Denmark, who Miss Denise Winkler, Mrs.
greeted guests at the door. T.C. Hazen,Jr., Mrs. Kenneth
The bride-elect and her Grider, Mrs. Clyde Sinclair.
.ARF B i 1 ty mother Mrs. lIarry1.: .and Mrs. Phil Vellenga.The .
Hatcher. Jr., received the bride-elect was given a
,I I guests. dinner plate from her chosen
The refreshment table in the china pattern as a momento of
Model ,\-90 dining room of the Denmark the occasion.
4. with mower (J home was covered with a lace Corsages were presented to
and linen cloth and centered the bride-elect and her
with a display of silk spring mother.
The classic floers.Irs.: Harry Hatcher
Ill Mrs. L.F. Dinkins and And Chili
Mrs. L.N.:' Pickering served

refreshments. To Raise Funds

$106800 United Methodist Womenare

r serving another soup and
chili luncheon in the Fellow
ship Hall, Feb. 15, from 11
lawn tractor.Wheel a.m. to 1 p m. to raise moneyfor
Strawberries are actually clus- the building fund.
ters of tiny plums. The luncheon will include a
Horse. Known throughout the industry in January, 1977, during an independent sandwich, drink and dessert.
for its sound basic design and unquestioned survey of Wheel Horse Sales, Inc. dealers in TRAVEL ADVENTURE Donations are $1.50. Take out
\\, ,IMIU, h.. ,,, OIK' .0111"1 litm-i. ., It i n"n. .nl l I .1, / Km \u-(Imriv" ililiMi\, Miip. nut'.. ho.is..., ,.," |l1 ii-i I n hi I ti", MIDI. (hums" Ik.I..1| .ill., ilic\'rcnit This 8 HP,four-speed Wheel Horse has served include local taxes.Some prices were higher, EDUCATION luncheon is the third in
-.ill, Nit \.m..n. See Chief Kelly US Navy a series to be held the
homeowners for years. In fact, it just keeps some lower. Check: your local Wheel Horse by
Recruiting Station Starke Methodist Women for the
dealer for his prices.
going on and on and on. Ask any Wheel Horse
a benefit of the fund.
Sale priced as low as . . . . . J 1 7900 owner. Consistently,Wheel Horse delivers price, Monday Bradford 10 Square A.M. Til 2/10-1/12 2 P.M. Tickets are available building at the

Equally important compare its price against performance and dependability that arc hard church office.

$ other quality brand name lawn tractors. Such to beat.
; Save Up To 7 9 as John Deere.Or International Harvester. Wheel Horse. It's classic whose reputation Jr. Reames COUNTY THE BRADFORD TELEGRAPH

/' Average of actual prices quoted for the A-90 lives on, day after day. Heating Service Published every Thursday

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Why pay more Starke,Florida 32091
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February 10,1U77 TEI.KGR.tU'll PageSA .
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Sheriff's Dept. P I -- t::)
br j IIOUSEIIOLD HOTLINE _
by Becky Clebelg ServicemenMacDonald 2vJy.JL.... '
Says I.D. Goodsin Your County Extension responsible. Read this information 'the ,I.
Among \ -town,
r 4, ::1:1i1 Home Economics Agent carefully and be CompletesGunner's guests attending. the Bigham- .

the wake of the recent six 1 '. QUESTION: I recently certain mover's YOU are aware of the for Mate School Thomas wedrfuig in Brooker-
daylight responsibility on January 21 were Mrs. Jack
burglaries Bradford made a pot of vegetable soup your goods while in his cos- Navy Gunner's Mate Sea-
County Sheriff's Department ,.. and when I added the dYQUESTION. man Apprentice Keith J. Guest, Raymond Mj'ucst, Mr.
deputies urge local citizens to r tomatoes, the soup turned MacDonald, son of Mary A. and Mrs. J.B. Boyett, and Mr.
How
participate in their Operation dark. What caused this and Is : effectiveare MacDonald of 410 W. AndrewSt. and Mrs. Gary Nelms and
Identification 'Rn the meat tenderizers daughter, Joy, all of Nashville
Program. it harmful? (Mrs. C.L.W.) available at the ? Starke, was graduatedfrom
"The supermarket Ga. Mr. and Mrs.
hardest
of
part basic Gunner's Mate ;
.
ANSWER The acid in the
: (Mrs. Il.P.) I
working a burglary case is the tomatoes could School. Barney Ace Miss Kathy ,
identification have reacted ANSWER: Most com- Hatcher, Miss Patricia S
of Gray \
the stolen with minerals in water or with mercial tenderizers containthe During the 16 week courseat
goods" Deputy Don A. Den- metal utensils used in papain, which the Naval Training Center Miss Carolyn Johnson, Miss
ton said pre enzyme Karno Roark, Ken Weaver,
earlier this week explaining paring the food. Avoid using comes from the green fruit of Great Lakes, 111., students
the necessity for In- iron the This received an introduction to the and Check Coty, of Tampa;
copper or chipped
papaya plant.
Mr. and Mrs. M.B. Fletcher
dividuals ,
to place persona enameled ware, also utensils powdered form has a limited weaponry currently installed
marks on their from which tin is effect, aboard Navy warships. They Mr.and Mrs. Dan Fletcher,
pj'K plate worn to especially on large \
property. ,. ... r prevent the darkness. How- pieces, since it does not studied the operation and Mr. and Mrs. H.K. Bigham,
The Bradford i. Mrs. Dennis Kaufman and
County maintenance of missile and
ever, the food is perfectly safeto penetrate deeply into the meat
Sheriff's Jennifer, of Lakeland Mr.
Department offers eat. when applied to the surface rocket launching systems and ;
the of and Mrs. M.A. Abrams, Mr
electric
use engraving only. "Forking in" helps the naval guns, including the
local and Mrs. K.M. Williams and
free of
pens charge to electrical mechanical and
QUESTION: In my recent tenderizer get deeper into the
citizens wishing to identify + + ra hydraulic systems of each. Michael, of Tallahassee; Mr.
move to Florida, I had a lamp meat for more even ten-
and Mrs. Jim Whittle and
their property through its' broken which was one of a derizing,but reduces juiciness Additionally, they studied the
Operation Identification II' 1 1Fu pair, and cannot be replaced.Shouldn't when the treated meat is use and safe sending of am- Chris,of Venice; Mr. and Mrs.
'' L.L. Ilardee, Sr., Jackson
Program. munition, fuses and
J" the pyro
braised.
moving com- Powdered tender-
Denton suggests persons ( 1''f' technics. ville; Miss Ann Driver,
pany allow me enough izers are effective
more
money on
using the engraving equipment ( to buy a romoarablc pair thinner cuts of meat, such as MacDonald joined the Navy Tempe; Mr. and Mrs.
Jim Paul Gales
place the Florida since one of a kind is no goodto round steak. in April 1976. ,
driver's license number on : Donna Poteet, Mr. and Mrs.
?
me (Mrs. R.V.)
The most tenderizing occurs +o o.aw
their David Salter, Mr. and Mrs.
possessions. lie explained -
ANSWER: A mover who during cooking, with the
\LTdVk
that (the local sheriff'sdepartment Cleve Faircloth Mr. and Mrs.
"After dinner lit while
damages one item of a set will greatest degree of tender. a ;
through a computer only be liable for the one item, izing at temperatures between After supper walk a mile." A.II. Smith and Mrs. Faye
Holt, Gainesville and
hook-up with the \ according to the Interstate 140 degrees and 176 degrees F. Thomal Fuller ; Mrs.
Francis Hester, Alachua.
division of driver's licenses,
Commerce Commission who (rare and well done). The en-
may identify a person by regulates interstate movers of zyme is inactiviated by the -. - st- -
driver's license number in household goods. This appliesnot time the meat reaches the ----------1 1
just 30 seconds. Social only to such things as well done stage.
Security numbers are also matching sets of lamps and Care should be taken to I TRE1
used by many persons in dishes but if one chair In a set follow direction since enzyme S. Walnut St.t 964-6398 I
identifying their personal Is damaged and cannot be -treated meat can become too
property, but according toDeputy satisfactorily repaired, the tender and I
mushy or crumbly. I
Denton tracing will be Begins Wednesday Feb. 16 1977
-- -- ---- --- mover responsible only Overtenderization can result I ,
ownership through the social for the one chair.Remember from: (a) too much enzyme,
security number is often a Where Your Funds GoPat whenever you (Ib) using enzymes on tenderor I 1-4 P.M.
lengthy process. move there is a chance that cube steaks, and (c) I
The local sheriff's department SpvnRler president or the Starke Woman's(Club and Jess XVolbert,March of Dimes chairman of be
some goods
your may holding temperature of the
also suggests are pictured with five-year-old, Tina Snyder in her new wheel chair at last Saturday's final damaged or lost. ICC requiresall enzyme treated meat for a I Tues. March 1, 1977 1 1I
items with serial performance of "Hello Dolly
personal movers to furnish you with long in the ((140 I
period
numbers,such as firearms, be Tina received the chair through( the Division of ('hiidren'IIMt'dical Services at Shands Teaching the "Summary of Informationfor 176 degrees F.). range These temperatures 7-10
logged in a ledger of propertyand { College, Gainesville, where she Is receiving therapy for cerebral palsy. The local March of Shippers of HouseholdGoods" occur when I P.M.
kept in a safe place. Dimes contributes to the work of the ('hildrl'n'sl\lt'dical Services, and profits from the Saturday Form BOp which rare beef is may held warm for I

show Tina went is (the to daughter benefit\ this of >Mr.ear's and fund Mrs drive.Robert A. Moody and the granddaughter of Mrs. Nina fully options explains as to the the maximum various serving I L Come In And i.J:: : J J3OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOC

Church NewsA l.ovell. or Starke. "She is /(improvement/ since starting therapy.he new wheel chair is amount for which they will be
fine of nd will ," - -
a piece equipment a help here greatly her grandmother said.
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( on Catholic Feb. Church.6 at St. Edwards

Cindy Gissy was the You've Heard About
organist. Altar servers were /
'
Alan Ashline,Steven Spell and RED SNAPPER MEDIUM /-' >,
Chris Meng. John Samons FLOUNDER J, '7', \ The 24 Hour Sale
Tommy Meng and Kenny SHRIMP S2 i,;. ,,' .
HADDOCK SOLEFILLETS
Rodrigue were Readers; Clay Lb. '
Gilhooly read the prayers of And The Midnight Sale
general intercession i w
SELECT"
Catherine Schoening and Todd
Ashline were ushers; Donna Well
Samons and Susie Rodrigue $199 OYSTERSSTANDARD $210Pt..
presented the offertory gifts. I Lb.SPECKLED .
Father Foley directed the I
homily for the benefit of the ,

young special people prayers.as well At as the offering 99c' OYSTERS $195TROUT pt.Lb. We Are Having A Valentine Sale .

conclusion of Mass the youth .
choir sang under the directionof WHOLE FLA.
Mrs. Richard Coss. Altar We Have Thevars- Fine Selection Of
flowers and church SCALLOPS $329
LOBSTER
decorations were arranged by Lb. *
(Father Foley and Donna f fI
Small Medium And Full Size
Samons. $299lb. Complete Line Of Fresh Fish and ,

ALTAR SOCIETY Seafood Available
Mrs. John Samons presidedat Cars

Altar the meeting Society of on St.Feb.Edward's 7 Mrs. All Fish Purchased All Cleaned Free Of Charge -

Richard Richards has altar
care during February. PRODUCETEMPLE Fa ef alMldala7 onea e nomnao
Changes in the Constitutionand eea. r I

By- Laws of the organization ..' RED 10 Lb.
were approved as
recommended by the committee
consisting of Mrs. ORANGES GRAPES QyOTATOES99c
Samons, Mrs. Richard Coss l '
and Mrs. Victor Ashline. "

sponsoring Bradford Plans were County a booth discussed Fair.at the for \59 CLb. :j(99C ;

Members enjoyed a "Penny oz, .
Trucks That Are Right.
Equipped
Sale" at the conclusion of the "'" .
meeting when refreshmentswere

Mrs. Jerry served Phillips.by the hostess, We Gladly Norman's Farm i i i i 4 Wheel Drive With The Right Paint Job And The i '



Bahama Now Booking CruiseUp Accept Produce & i i i i Accessories That Go With Them. .


to February 21 for U.S.D.A. Seafood Market i i
June 20th Cruise. Phone i f

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I'age4.\ TELEGRAPH February .. IOn
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_\"' Chamber Sets: $25.,230Budet I 1r MuxvilleMun

r To Head Flu.Breeder's .

Starke-Bradford County tising sales, and $4,150 In $31,043 Including $14,590 for Assoo.
m tat's In A Name ? Chamber of Commerce officials salary reimbursements. salaries, $1,018.32 In rent, F
received a healthy Disbursements anticipated $574.42 in utilities, $522.23 for L4H'ers W.E. (Duke) Webb of Max-
r financial statement and ap- during the upcoming year Include postage costs $100.10 for ville (Clay Hill) was recently
Elzie kd not one of your more common first names these days, proved a$25,230 budget for the $15,015 in salaries, travel and entertainment, and elected President of the
). and the odds against two people residing in the same community upcoming year, during a $10,020 for rent, $600 for $50 for publicity. Florida Limousin Breeders
sharing both the uncommon name and an Identical last name luncheon meeting of the utilities, $200 for travel and Association at its annual
must be astronomical. chamber's Board of Governors entertainment, $400 for conventions Disbursements exceeding meetings in Tampa. Florida..
But, like a chapter from "Ripley's Beheve-It-or-Not"County last Thursday Feb 3, at $500 for publicityand budgeted totaled last year Include Serving with Webb will\ be
Judge Elzie Sanders and another local man beat the odds. I the Garden Restaurant.Bill $650 for special projects : service and main- Paul Emery, Quincey, vice -
The unusual coinsidence first came to light when the Telegraphran Wilson executive director the latter going to sponsor tenance,which was$112 above president, Joenell Webb
a legal notice, concerning a pending divorce case two weeks I of the local chamber, Miss America's annual visit the budgeted $565; dues and Maxville, secretary; II.M
reviewed the financial state here and a youth baseball subscriptions, $90.80 above the Shirley Palatka treasurer.
ago.The legal notice, which appeared in the January 20 edition of ment, which shows a current club. $650 budgeted; insurances, and Directors: Barry Ot
the Telegraph, informed Susan Jane Sanders that her husband balance of $608.51 plus assetsof Unanimous approval of the $37.46 above the $600 bud- tinger, Havana; Bill Kmner.
,n William Elzie Sanders was petitioning for divorce. more than $10,000 for a total 1977 budget followed a motionfor geted; and special projects, Madison; Ed Shannon Ocala;
"You wouldn't believe the number of inquiries" Judge Sanders of $11,127.23, and asked for acceptance by County for which $300 had been bud- Tour Horse Farm Jim! Simmons': Anthony, Jack
commented earlier this week, in reference to the numerous ac- and received approval of the Judge Elzie Sanders geted but $760.47 actually Herring wimwooa.; Sandra
quaintances that have asked the Judge and his wife Sandra M $25,230 budget for the upcoming In reviewing the financial spent. Fifty seven Bradford Nutrition Research was ex Kennard Deland, ,Frank
"Sandy" Sanders about a possible split. year. statement, Wilson noted that County 4 Hers, chaperonesand plained. 4-H'ers observed the Chaplin Fort Lauderdale.
Apparently, readers spotted the name Elzie and assumed the The $25,230 budget for 1977 $2,500 set aside last year for leaders held an educa- feed mill and horse health Gladys Freeman.
person filing for divorce and the Judge were one and the same. matches anticipated receiptsfor sponsorship of the now In other business, Wilson reminded tional field trip last Saturdayto clinic. A practical waterer Okeechobee: and Barney
Incidentally/ Judge Elzie Sanders married the Elzie Sanders the upcoming year, $18,500of abandoned calf scramble chamber members the University of Florida's and feed trough were shown. Greene, Vero Beach
I now seeking the divorce. which will be realized made up the bulk of the $1,500 present the next chamber. Horse Research Unit and to As with all\ 4 \II programs, Limousin Is the fastest
through dues for city, council transferred to savings during sponsored blood bank drive Bo Bett Farms In Marion the 4 \II horse project is opento growing breed of cattle in the
and municipal members. the past year. will be held March 22 at the County. all without regard to race, United States. They have
Additional sources of revenue Wilson noted expenses Chamber of Commerce Each 4-H'er\ is enrolled in color or national origin. For established themselves as I Inmost
include $1,335 in adver during the past year totalled Building. the 4.H! horse program. further information about the economical convertersof
Mrs. Carol Harris, owner of 4-11\ horse project, contact feed into tasty high quality
Bo Belt t Farms! showed her Lowell Parrish, at 9646554 red meat. .


"i" G "V" demonstrated handle training horses.facilities Four how -H'ers they ana Teenagers, 15-18, Sought Now

8tsT I told of their own horses and I
:: asked many questions. Mrs.

1111111111 Illililllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll11111iill lillllllll I no Harris bah stressed! to a n ,i that tAt '.: owner a horse, is For Youth Conservation Corps.The .

I lh''H r h"Unit, Horse Youth Conservation Apalachicola. Ocala. and (()s.
Corps (YCC) program in ceola National Forests These'
FABRIC SHOPS Florida is now recruiting boys camps will be located .it
and girls between 15 and 18 Bristol. Crawfordville. Luke
years old for summer employ City Ocala and Kustis: A
ment. residential camp for :in boss
This year about 500 young will also be operated b>' I hi'
Floridians will participate in Forest Service at Kglin: Air
the work-learn env ironment of Force BabeDepartment.

.F1 National Florida's Parks National and Forests other, of the Interior

public area. There will be both non-residential coeducational
QUALITYRUBRICS;: residential (live-in) and non- camps will be at J.N.! Ding 1 (

Ask residential The Youth opportunities.Conservation Darling Refuge National:Merrill \\ildlili-Island

!National Wildlife Refuge( St
Corps, administered by the
Charley Marks National Wildlife He
I U.S. Department ofAgricultureForest
I fuge Welaka !National Fish

I"I"at the U.S. Department of Service the Interior hatchery and Gulf Islands
Jots and State govern National Seashore. A 1 \'l'-da
a week residential in
ments, began in 1971 and is a
educational camp williv\
nationwide
that "measure projects vary programVork as to the agency located at Gulf Island,
prices Up "It just dawned on me. my and area but projects under- National Seashore. in addition
taken that to the non residential camp
landlord's fire insurancewouldn't are ones accomplish -

SPECIAL CLOSEOUT :: I- cover my in personal work that needed might conservation not otherwiseget The State of Florida will
belongings the
done and help develop an rove non-residential camps
100% POLYESTER apartment I rent. My understanding and appreciation for 20 enrollees each in Citrus.
clothing, jewelry camera, of Florida's natural Orange and Seminole
sports equipment phono- environment and heritage counties and at Sunland
Don Pervical I, Forest Training!! Center in :ManannaC
DOUBLEKNIT TV set, etc. must be worth
Supervisor for the !National
$1500 at least. What kindof Forests in Florida, most Richard Tillis. State Program
says
FIRST QUALITY FULL BOLTS insurance should I haveto camps will be coeducationaland Agent for Florida.
58/60" WIDE -FABULOUS SELECTIONWash cover both theft and last six to eight weeks Office 01 Knvironmental: (

Warm ...Tumble Dry ...Never Wrinkles damage?" Participant the type camp pay will attended dependon as Education procedure explains the lor recruitment all

Charley E. deductions are made at enrollee positions. \'C'C upplications .
residential for meals are now available
camps

C : JOHNS' AGENCY and The lodging.Forest Service will ad- from counselors high or school from the guidance Florida
Office of Environmental
97 Ml SO WAI.NUTST minister residential coeducational
i; camps for 40 en- Education, Department of
PHONE: 9 4'!5O70 rollees each on the Education Tallahassee.
YARD Honda 32104 Applications
I must be completed and
mailed no later than March 15
I'' \ Preventive Roof Maintenance to the YCC Selection Office
P O. Box 21400 Enfant.:
Plaza \D C
Washington
"CRAYON SHIRTING"FANCY
.1, Reroofing Roof Leaks & Repairs 2iX)24)() Tillis says the selection
WOVEN PLAIDS of participants will bo made
a 7-Day 24.Hour Emergency Service l hy a random process using/(
and STRIPES l COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL computers. This way. every
person making an application
has an equal chance for
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ObituariesLawrence
Funeral services were held Monongahela, Penn., four Survivors include his wife,
CHVRC Wednesday Feb. 9, at 2 p.m. grandchildren and four great Barbara ChriJtoffers:\ Owens; !4
SER'VtCEaFInST : DeWitt C. Jones Funeral his father, Ernest S. Owens !
James Blalock 46 W. Batten in the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel grandchildren.
Home in charge of arrange with Rev. Ben Bryant of Funeral services were held Sr. of Pensacola; one \
James Henry Blalock, 46. of Funeral services are set at 3 ments. ficiating. Burial will be at a Friday afternoon Feb. 4, in daughter Erin Owens of f
UNITEDMETIt0DISTCIIURCII ST.MARK'S EPISCOPAL Starke died Sunday February p.m. Friday, Feb. 11, for Harry C. Broadway later date. DeWitt C. Jones the Community Church of Keystone; two sons: Kyle '"
: CHURCH 6, in the Veterans Administration Lawrence W Batten. 46, of Funeral Home is in charge of Keystone Heights with the Owens and Eric Owens bothof J
SUNDAY : 9:45: Church Rev, John M. Flynn Hospital in Gaines. Star Route, Hampton who Harry C. (Frank) Broad arrangements. pastor, Rev. Thomas F. Keystone; one brothl'i i
School; 11 a.m. Morning ville after an apparent heart died Monday in Alachua way, 62, of Starke, died early Poston,officiating. Burial was Ernest S. Owens III of i I
Worship with nursery provided THURSDAY February 10: attack. General Hospital in Gaines- Sunday morning of an apparent Mrs. Irene Gibson In Keystone Heights Cemetery Marlanna. I
; 3:30: p.m., Confirmation Class. Mr. Blalock was born in St. ville following a lingering ill heart attack as he with DeWitt C Jones Funeral services were held J
SUNDAY February 131 Augustine and was employedas ness. drove on SR 100 toward Lake Mrs. Irene S. Gibson, 75, of Funeral Home in charge of Saturday morning, Feb. 5, in
ST MARK'S EPISCOPAL 8:30: a.m., Holy Eucharist; a fireman with the Starke Born Jan. B, 1931 in Clay Butler on his paper route for Largo died Tuesday, Feb. I. ina arrangements.Dr. the First Baptist Church in f I
9:45: a.m., Church School; 11 Fire Department. He was the County, Mr Batten was a life the Gainesville Sun. Clearwater hopsital Keystone /Heights with Dr i
('IIVnCIiSVNUA a.m. Morning Prayer; 3:30: son of Mrs. Wannie Bridges time resident of the Starke Born Jan. 21, 1915 in this following a long illness. B. Lezell Owens Lloyd F Jones and Dr. Robert !j'
p.m., "Death and the Life Blalock and the late John area. He was a retired state, Mr. Broadway was a Born October 16, 1901, in F Witty officiating. Burial
Y. February 6 Hereafter." Wesley Blalock and a deaconof operator for the E.I. DuPont member of the Baptist Monessen. Penn., Mrs. Gibson Dr B. Lezelle Owens 43, a was in Keystone [Heights
8:30a.m.: Holy Eucharist, 9:45a : TUESDAY. February 15: the Madison Street Baptist Corp., and a member of the Church. He is a former ownerof and her husband had moved Baptist minister from Keystone Cemetery with DcWItl C.
m. Church School Ham.Holy 3:30: p.m., Confirmation Class. Church. Hampton Baptist Church. He the B&G Truck Stop, and at from there to Largo in 1964. Heights, died Wed Jones Funeral Home in
Eucharist. WEDNESDAY'; February Survivors include his was the son of the late Robert his death was employed as a She was a member of the First nesday morning, Feb. 2, in charge of arrangements
MONDAY; February 7 IB: 7 p.m., Junior Choir Prac widow, Mrs. Faye Johnson L. and Gertrude Lee Batten. route salesman for the United Methodist Church of Jacksonville following an
7:30: p"m. Vestry Meeting. tice; 7:30: p.m., Senior Choir Blalock of Starke; two Survivors include: one son, Gainesville Sun. Monessen. apparent heart attack.
TUESDAY: February H 7 Practice. daughters, Miss Amy Blalock Larry Batten of Starke; one Survivors include a son, Survivors include her husband Born April 27, 1933 In Jim Wiltiri Homo
p.m. Women of the Church and Miss Susan Blalock, both daughter, Mrs. Louise Pat- Steve Broadway of Keystone Robert T Gibson; one Pensacola, Dr. Owens was a
meeting. of Starke; His mother, Mrs. terson of Whitehouse Texas; Heights; a daughter. Miss daughter Mrs. Geraldine member of the North West Aral MM fttirHsiitttlnftr .
WEDNESDAY:'; February 9 Wannie Blalock of St. five brothers: Charles W. Susie Broadway of Tampa; Beeler of Keystone Heights; Baptist Church in Jackson. l,,h Ml Call.,
-w 7 p.m. Junior Choir MADISON STREET Augustine; five brothers: Batten Albert L Batten, and his mother, Mrs. Bebe Broad one son, Robert B. Gibson of voile He is the husband of
Practice, 7:30: p.m. Senior BAPTIST CHURCH John Jr., Gene and Clarenceof Earl R. Batten, all of Starke, way of Canada and three Monessen Penn.; one Mrs. Barbara Owens KM city 1(904)264-1350( )
Choir Practice. Rev.Charles SwarUThursdayVisitation St. Augustine; Charles of Robert J. Batten of St. grandchildren. brother, Donald Scales of council member. 4( tin flK
10 Starke and Earl of Amarillo Augustine and Claude E.
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CALVARY BAPTIST a.m., 2 pm., 7 p.m.Sunday..Sunday. Texas. Batten of Green Cove Springs;
CI1UKCII School, Funeral services were held three sisters: Mrs. Anna
Jim mack Pastor 9:45: a.m. Morning Worshipand Tuesday, February 8 in the Fender of Starke, Mrs. Elsie
Children's Worship, 11 Madison Street Baptist Stroughn of Chiefland and ..
SUNDAY Sunday School, a.m. Church Training, 6:15: Church with Rev Charles Mrs. Helen Jones of Benton
9:45: a m.; Morning Worship, p.m. Evening Worship, 7:30.: Swartz and Rev. Denton Sum- Harbor, Michigan and four 1i 1ir
II am.: Evening Worship, 7 rail officiating. Burial was in grandchildren.
Crosby Lake Cemetery with Services will be held in Hope
p.m.\\KDNKSDAV:'; : Prayer \iol!(. \Ni IEh< YDrilM Archer Tanner Funeral Baptist Church in Theressa

Meeting, 7:30:: pm. i 1\ I Home in Starke in charge of with the pastor, Rev. Merle r l f
Sunday Services: Sunday arrangements.IN Packham. officiating. Burial
School 10 a.m.. Morning ,oMoaon will be in Hope Cemetery withQLvtLOI
First Baptist Worship and Services for the
Deaf, 11 a.m..Training Union, MEMORYIn
Church 6:30: p,m.. Evening Worship,
Loving Memory of our
7:30pm.:
Rev Ben Bryant Wednesday Services: Mid- mother and grandmother 77
SUNDAY Week Prayer Service and Mrs. Mary G. Kitties who departed See The All New
: Sunday School
Choir from us February 10,
Bible Study, 7:30: p.m.,
9:45: a.m.; Morning Worship four years ago today. Deep in
8:15
11 a m.; Church Training, 6:15: Practice : pmSMYRNA our hearts lies a picture more FLEETWOOD DOUBLEWIDEWe
p.m.; Evening Worship, 7:30: : BAPTIST CHURCH precious than silver or gold, fJ f fSeeTheRIiNew
p.m. Elder T.C.Williams"On whose memories will be withus

FIRST PKKSKVTKKI: : :.; always and never grow old. Have A Large Selection Of Poubfewicfes
The family
('III'lt('IIDr. the search for a
I .Jaik' (llaml. minister friendly church?" I
CARD OF THANKS
& Repos.
Sunday. Sunday school, 9:30:
The family of the late LesterC.
Welcome to
".01.. morning worship, 11 Smyrna
Humphries wishes to extend
; a m Sunday School, 10 a.m., sincere thanks to Doctors
Thursday choir practice Worship Service, 11 a.m., Turner Adams and Felos and !
7io: pm. B.T.S.. 5:45: p.m., Evening to the administrator and NEW' INTERE4TS, 14 Wides
Worship, 7pm.All .
employees of Bradford P4'CHO""C'' SUGGeST ANp
FIRST CHRISTIAN visitors are warmly Hospital for their kindnessand You MAV Oi4CovER' NEw ril'a"'D' $.
ONt "'A' I* f&1 CNKDULIMO' ,IN
('II l'RCII welcomed. We preach the help during his recent EVCWIUS' C .A4'C!! AT A "dl&HfCHOOt. The Perfect: Gift: For The Valentine Of Your Choice
death, burial. and .
Jim Love. :Minister illness, also to friends for their 0V Cou5Ge.CKooSE A
resurrection of the Lord Jesus SUBJECT THAT. MA$ TIMUL, ,,t&PVOUI
school 9:45a : visits and donations.
Sunday: Sunday prayers ,
Christ. Come join us on the
m.; morning serVice 10:45: POKlT. REAMS KNOW "MUCH ApocTTHIN .
6 Lord's Day. YOU "M'&xT" INVIT, SOME Of
am.: youth group./ pm.; THE OTHER *TUPl"TS TO TOOK John Brown Mobile Home Center
evening/,worship,7 p.m.; choir College: Chorale HOME Foe A CELAKr0R5FR1CNING .
PINE GROVEMETIIOIIIST : CUP OFT6A AAIPA'
8pmWednesday
practice : Clll'RCII SACK AFTER CLASS 'TO KEEP
night Bible Concert Set IN..llesT'' p15GusseMS' GO''.....
Rev. Ben. L Coleman
.studv.... III pm. hO .
At Fine Level
Sunday School 9:45: a.m.,
FIRST ASSEMBLY OF Morning Worship 11 a.m. The Liberty Baptist College
COD Evening Services 7:30: p m. Chorale will be heard in con
"the happy church" Prayer Meeting, Thursday cert next Thursday, February
Hwy Uat WeldonSt. 7:30: p m. 17, at 7:30: p.m., at the Pine
Starke Level Baptist Church. 3'2
SUNDAYSERVICES.Sunday miles west of Starke on SR
School 10 a.m. [ID ]
Morning Worship 11 Evangelist 100.The Road Team includes

a.m. seven young men and six 0mv
Eve Worship, 7 p.m.WEDNESDAY young ladies. They come I QQQ t
: Slated To Speak equipped with their own sound .
Youth meeting, 7 p.m system and orchestrated

Bible Pastor Robert Study -Harden 7 p.m. Evangelist gospel singer, accompaniment their numbers.The for many of

Welcome one and alit I composer and rerord pro program will presentthe l0)0) lQ] ITJ
ducer Darrell Glenn will be gospel through spiritualsand
C.KAIIMBAPTIST\ : the guest speaker at the gospel song, as well as
Rev. James Starling Starke Chapter of Full Gospel with traditional hymns of the
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Business Men s Fellowship church in unusual arrange
SUMY: : Sunday School. International dinner meeting ments. Soloists and small-
Friday, February 11, at 6:30: numbers will be
10 a m. Morning Worship. 11 group
a m.i;; Training; Union, 6 p 01.; p.m. in the Garden Res featured, as well as readingsby 9E11T UJOJO [D Q
Evening; ( Worship, 7pm.WEDNESDAY taurant.! last some of the gifted
the
: : :Mid-Week Glenn produced speakers and personal testimonies I
three Kenneth Copeland record by others.
Prayer Service. 7:30: pm.
albums and recently recorded Liberty Baptist College is
his own album one of the ministries of the
ill.\(1'Kini'TISTCIiriU'llHiKhua: \ I "Crying in the Chapel." The Thomas Road Baptist Church
> IIMI South song "Crying in the Chapel"was where Dr. Jerry Falwell is
.|(-U.\lilton l : composed by his father, pastor. The Sunday School
Pastor Artie Glenn. averages in excess of 6,000
!ncI.:ssNi: Dinner reservations are required weekly.
and must be made by These 14 musicians travel 10
MM\\: ': Bible School 10 noon Friday.Reservations can months a year, covering 80,000< >
U 111. :Morning/ WorshipI\Ia be made by calling the Morn miles, appearing in 300 con
in Training, Union 6:30: ing Sun Health Food Store in certs. They are also one of the
pin ":\('l1InlWor/ hlp 7'3I: Starke or the Lake Dwellers music features of the Old-
p m or Ed Longnecker in Keystone Time Gospel Hour a weekly
\\EU'SUBible: : study Heights. Reservations are not coast-to-coast television
ami I'ra.Ncr 7 pm.. Adult required for the singing, program with Dr. Falwell. -
Choir 1P in speaking and ministry portionof The public is cordially invited / ; ?1v
the meeting which will startat to attend the program;
-.'t Church Where 7:45: p m. The public is invited there will be no admission
Kvor: >body is Somebody to attend. charge.

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that's exactly right, priced right for you and your 'family.
W.'II finish the outside completely then, if you're Over 20 different
handy with 'tools, you can lake over and finish some or models available. rrg=r. 1
Family Funtime Stage Show all of' the Ihlirior lo cut your building costs. Jim, Walter
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Starring ( You tell us where to stop. .. but the more interior Choose the one rlahed. r--= .... '" Ie
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TO BEGIN WORKING WITH BIG JIM. Big it's INSTANT!!! There's no red tape and no "third party"We
Singing His Million Seller Records Such As Shinadoih Su. want you to have eamplet.Informationw.th. no obligation
White Horses
Waltz Jim will work with you In every detail consulting plan delays. What's more, you'll know exactly what your before decidIng. When have ALL the 'facts
and INSTANT to will be before construction you
ning providing mortgage financing quailmonthly mortgage payment
Recording lied properly own..0 that you'll have more home for begins so that you can plan your budget wisely.. Lois get we think you'll choose Jim, Walter as your builder. Construction
,, es\ot1o4 SCOTTY LEE the lean amount ol money possible., Prices will probably together NOW"!!! LeI's talk about the style and sue home can begin almost immediately, almost anywhere
Artist n.ver be lower than they are today.. to NOW I Is the you want and need with two, three or four bedrooms that you own property.
lime to begin. Jim Walter can atari Custom construction and one or two bathrooms.' Let', discuss price, financing
I Tommy Scott's Big Combined Stag Show with 10 car loads of Stars almost immediately, almost anywhere you own property. and mortgage payment. Let us tell you about the qual FREE FULL-COLOR CATALOG'!
direct from Georgia, Hollywood and Nashville Circus Act With, Jim, Walter, your new home dollar will go farther ity materials we ute and about our custom-construction
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I?;! Hampton- HilitesPhone I

i byDelore.Men, 4611-1915-. following emergency at Alachua appendectomy -'I Starke Elementary News

on Feb. 4 with 20 members Smith of Jacksonville General
Little Deborah Lin from Hospital on Feb 4.
FIRE DEPARTMENTThe present. Raiford Feb. 1 thru Feb. Mrs. Overholser is happy to
spent
Hampton Area Evelyn Vaughan is the new be home after two months of SCHOOL NEWS and pottery, were also enjoyed
well 6 with her father Lynn Me- MRS REDDISH'S CLASS January 28. Sixth grade
Volunteer Fire is president of the club as as cold weather by the students.
Department really in Ohio
Board of the Cullough and grandparents, Bonnie Daniela students listed the followingas
scheduled to meet the fire- a member of the and Indiana. She Whitney, were: Mrs
at visited her PE. students of the week Chaperones
and Lester Me- of in-
Mr Mrs their favorite
Florida Coalition of Sandra Earle. points
house Monday Feb. 14, at 8 North and Zina Beth. relatives Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd for the past two weeks are: RiRby; terest Barbara Reddish Kevin Mm-
Cullough
Senior' Citizens Rowe, ,in Muncie where Grade 3 Gary Wise, MRS. CRAWFORD'SCLASS : ton, Brenda Gann, Mrs Ann
and Zina Beth had
Deborah a Nearly
p.m.All Mr.and Mrs. Joe Kerriganwere Dale Buchanan, Object Gallery -
able bodied concerned temperatures reached 27 Deanna Tomlinson. Baker, Mrs Sandra Barton,
citizens are invited to attend. guests at this meeting wonderful time playing various with below zero and snow drifted Grade 4 Marcia Wat- Kathy Gillingham, Gene every area of research was Mrs. Stitt, Mrs Joan Under.
friends and here includinglive
traveling
addressedthe Brown. represented
when Mr. Kerrigan l high enough to keep them confined terson Derek Alvarez. offish reptilesand l bill, Mrs. Alice Searcy, Mrs
methods of places. specimens ,
CONGRATULATIONS group on for days. Mrs. Overholser Grade 5\ Selina Cassels, Betty Ann Crawford, Mrs
Lori Jean Stone is a medical well as
making a better way of life for We are happy with the amphibians, as
very Kirk
Steve Earnest has chosen to also visited her son, Randy Balkcom. Theressie Willingham
Shriners and exhibit
themselves. Mrs. Josephine patient at Hospital recent installation of large over 200 drawers
accept a scholarship for football Fontaine, the new secretary and will be happy to hear from William Overholser in Grade 6 Gene Brown, flashing caution lights for our cases packed full of Interesting Minton, Allen Tankard.Montgomery,
with Mississippi College Mooresville Indiana He Thomas Stitt. Mrs. Mary
who addressher
her friends objects.
treasurer, announces that new may school zone area on Highway
in Clinton. This results from some time home from Our Parent Teacher Organ-
spent
N. PleasantburgDrive Florida Cave Looked
cards at 2100 The -
are now These
membership 16 flashing lights plus
l his efforts in making Bradford distributed. Greenville! S.C. 29609 his work as principal of the ization (PTO) is planning a installed as though it was lifted from SCHOOL LUNCH MENUFebruary
High famous for its fine foot being She is now undergoing tests High School there due to icy, special function for Friday recently signs should make warning crossingthe the ground and placed in the 14.1.

ball team Steve is presently 11.\:MPTOIIIUTESMrs : and therapy and may possibly snowy weather conditions. In evening, Feb. 25, beginning at highway going to and from museum. The cave was com- MONDAY- OarS Q on bun cabbage
participating in the heavyweight Gerald Adkins enjoyedthe have corrective surgery soon. Cincinnati where she visited 5:30: p.m. in the school school safer for our children plete with animals geologic slaw' baked beans, cookie, peach halt
division of BradfordHigh's recent five day visit with Her parents Mr and Mrs. her sister Mrs. Elizabeth cafeteria. Commencing at who walk to school. features, and water. Outsidethe milk.TUESDAY Braised. beet with
hthfting team and Stone talk with her Turner, driving was also 5:30: p.m. a supper will be information the .
good her daughter, Mrs. Joel Smith D.B. Citizens Advisory Committee cave on gravy mashed potatoes string beanschocolate
doing work there. His and family in Jacksonville. frequently on the phone and restricted due to snow drifts served at $1 per plate for Please rememberthe cave's geology, ecology, and cake with chocolate nut icing
parents Mr. and Mrs and visit when possible.Mrs. and ice; so Florida does really children and $1.,50 per plate scheduledfor exploration was outlined, roll. milk
shopping next
They enjoyed meeting
Wallace Collins, have good look good! for adults with all WEDNESDAY) Chicken with noodlesbuttered .
Viola Lefebvre returned proceeds Museum Gift Shop .
dining at such nice places as Tuesday Feb. 22, at 7 p.m. peas sweet potatoulna.
cause to be proud of their fine Mr and Mrs. Paul Meng to the P.T.O. to benefitour
Patti's, Denny's and the Red home via Eastern Air going in the school cafeteria. All Provided a wide variety of peanut butter cup. apple sauce, roll
son! and John visited their son, Mr school. .
lines on Feb. 2 from twoweeks' native and importedarts milkTHURSDAYi
Lobster. Starke
Mrs. Gerald Brown celebrated and Mrs. Bill Meng, and and after the Elementary parentsare unique Meat loaf with tomato
Mr and Mrs. Gerald Adkins visit with her son, Mr During supper cordially invited to attend. and crafts; social and buttered whole potatoes steamed
her birthday on Feb 7 attended the funeral of their and Mrs. Alan Lefebvre and daughter, Dana, in St Peters parents and guests are invited The three sixth grade natural sciences books, and sauce cabbage. cherry coke cobbler. cornbread ,
with a family party and lovely burg Feb 4 8. Enroute to St of Arts and .
cousin, Mrs. Iva Pinner of family in Dallas, Texas Snow to view a display classes at Starke Elementarywent mineral and fossil specimens. mllb.FRIOAYI
cake made by her daughter cold Pete they stopped by for a Crafts projects made by our : Bologna cup whol. peanutbutter
Palatka Feb 1. was deep temperatures Florida Exhibits of old weapons,
on to the State ,
sandwich cheese
and with
(lolly
Delores. Gerald Adkins and windy, but Viola enjoyed visit with Mrs May Rusha a students. At 7 p.m., a talent birds butterflies, costumes ,,
Mr. and Mrs. of this Museum in Gainesville on : macaroni green llmas |tell milk
former resident
area. show will be presented under
SESIOItCITIZESS enjoyed the visit recently of being with her family there.
Before coming home they the direction of Music'
The Hampton Senior their children. Mr. and Mrs. h. : --
Citizens enjoyed; their meeting E.M. Prevatt of Starke, Mr. \M1TO\UVKE: attended the Tampa State Teacher, Deborah woodim Union Commission Still NegotiatiiigTerms
and Mrs. Calvin Richard of Vernon Parmenter returned (Fair at the new headquarters. All Starke Elementary student -
Ocala and Mr. and Mrs Joel home (Feb 7 to recuperate Jimmy Gissy, Lee Harden- parents, and teachersare
brook and! Gerald Meng drove eligible to seek an auditionby
IO upeiiCKa, Alabama reo ito Mrs. Woodfin. We are expecting Of Contract For Hospital SaleUnion
l rlVERN spend the weekend with Mr an exciting evening.
RM and Mrs. Larry Oglesby. They be
F Please make plans to with receivable and
NTER---tl traveled through Plains Ga. County Commissioners tenative contract agreementthat counts plyahlpon
but did not recognize any of us. PatrolCongratulations learned Tuesdayat has been drawn up with the date of the sale. HA is to
Safety
I I President Carter's relatives. the end of a lengthy meet Health America Inc. president payoff what is owed in Hill

Tommy Meng assisted the to our ing they may still not see the Timothy B Ayers. Burton funds to the Dopait
Bradford High Wrestling end of the tunnel in the pro- Terms of the contract call ment of health Educationand
selected patrol
I Team in the award of first members.newly posed sale of Union General for the buyer <11A) to receive Welfare.
They are:
I Announces The Opening Of His Office place trophy in the Invitational MRS. WINKLER'S CLASS Hospital. all assets which include the The initial grant for the nonprofit
Tournament at the Susan Griffis County attorney Hal Y. hospital building, the west five hospital was lIm.ouo:!( ),
Jay Rogers,
I II Flagler Palm Coast High Brad Brown. Maines read and discussed acres of the hospital grounds; but when the hospital is sold to

At205N. Temple Ave. School on Feb 5. MRS. STRONG'S CLASS with the board the terms of a all equipment, supplies, acv a private corporation HEW
will determine what they feel
I I MONDAY, Hamburger on bun, let Ray Pete Heiken, Minique is a purchase price. HA of.
I (Sackett Realty Bldg.) tuce. pickle, butt.r.d corn fruit cup.Valentine Chandler, Connie Campbell ficials state they would not
cake, milk. MRS. PATRICK'S CLASS CENTRAL HEAT &
TUESDAY! ...'..0.", Cole slaw' Dawn Joiner Renee Wim- AIR pay over the :165.000:)( ( figure
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I 964-8911 blackeyed peas,Irult )lollo biscuit milk. The contract could become
1 .. berly Tina Bowen.
WEDNESDAY! Rolled turkey, gr. null and void if either the prietis

I Bookkeeping/ And Accounting Business And I peas THURSDAY,. hot mashed rolls! ,Plot potatoes chocolate. In." a cako cranberrylauco blankit, milk.. -Jane MRS.Bob Greene Boone ADKINSON'S, Robert Carver CLASS, Let us explain our energy not higher wish or to if the make county up dues any

col. slaw' baktd beans fruit mallow difference between :115,000: ; <)
Personal Income Tax milkFRlDAYi. MRS. BAKER'S CLASS and what HEW might ask
saving
I Tuna salad sandwich greenboant Donna Skipper Becky Craw- system
L J Discussion from the board
potato chips raisin ban milk. ford, Clyde Sumner. :
- - - centered on the possibility of
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H:1 borrowing!; in excels 01
what |IE\V will ask and the
COMPLETELYj'.f
terms nf the contract make
the county liable for that
money borrowed with the hospital .
as collateral In the event
INSTALLED
of HA pulling out after the sale
the county will have Incurred l
an increased indebtness and
the hospital x\vill return to the

county.Health America in the con
$1490 tract will assume a $7ooon(
]loan from Funnel and
Dealers Rank in Lake I Sutler
BreaNie to be paid back as the notes
((2-TON SYSTEM) become due Also owed is
$')\tjMHi): ( to the Department ol
'
plus any necessary Housing and L'lban I Development .

electrical work L'nion County has paid
$1(1( .(Hioin) principal and $1.2: ,871
in interest in 1liihidl! II.\
has agreed to iep.ithe t
county at future done
a
SAVE $$ ON The IIEW money is to In-

paid at the time of closing and|

YOUR ELECTRIC the others secured I In
promissory note lobe paid( as
t hey carne due I If f a t'mil i .111 is
BILL not agreed on h\ :March i I.
r Moth parties have the option to

Carrier new "SUPERE" MIIIiIIIIIIIIIIIiIIIiIII, )IIIf rl'nl't t the maM.igemenlagieement
unit i Is new alto for an additional(
two months at t the l'UITI'nt foe
available. Demand fat
to (
InIII111111 of $,iNH( ) a month
..e efficiency companion II! hl The board postponed action

before you boy. i IIIIIII I IlUI BI IIIIUII on the contract. until lhe\ discuss .
Carrier beats them all it with i t the hospital hoaid I

up to 70% depending of trustees :\Moiulav at 12':11I: '

an the brand p m at the hospital I

'Ihe Ixi.iul. I in pii-paration
for a meeting uilh the I h'part
merit of Transportation in
I Lake Cily, February 24. "l't t upsecondary
road pnontics in
the count: to be presented' to
the DOT Lmon County' Mill

receive in a 5 year plan
AIR CONDITION SERVICE I S8->.noo for the first year and
SIIi.IMHI.l14NI.) \ ( ). SllrilMX) andSI.24000 (

ALL BRANDS AND MAKES OF AIR \ears\ for the follow*.

I CONDITION SYSTEMS SERVICED
The board earlier m t the da\
PROMPTLY AND ECONOMICAL.SAWYER received a request from
school superintendent Kill.
;.McCiill! ; 'for some act Ion to In-

Use your eyes before you use your ears. around taken to the repauthe school l''ntt'r"road

Mcdill; lI"kl'thl'\ board for
I help lor the most t used streetin
Air Conditioning the l'nUnSl'IlIInl! board
h
m'mbersiorris: Dobbs and
.r. Bessie Griffis accompanied

Before you think about putting: up your I How far away is safe? 332 W. Madison StarkePh. McCiill: ; lo appeal for consideration '

(C'B; base antenna, make sure you've got ;.:. Certainly a distance no less than the height 964-77O1 had on been the asked same projectthat for in

your M t 'nals straight .:";:;;:; :;:.: J of the mast.: 1908.OCNERM .

To begin with, Citizen Band antennas, This safety rule not only goes for CB _NUI........_MIOVIO.STw>ERAL"-, .Om.CTIV: TO.OCAL ANO STATE OOVatWYpys YOUh OOvsw1.BT __
unlike TV under FCC i but TV well. Or metal ills p.POPI AOVWa.O YOU HOw THESE LINOS HAVE"IIBI LAW Oa OSLIOAT.D OVawO INS YGUI Pa0,1 JLY ,, 1/S. N/N7 uam D.C..rm 11
antennas, are antennas antennas as
of IOVK
any wra. TMB* 10 HOOKM YOU oovtMancNT rmonm AMD IMCOUPUUMI rOM pmwcAyo., ,
._ _. o.cOIS ow aew r1/pA
R5/0S WOULD E NOTOr ANY C-Yr'I' .1' T,-r TWO u- p MN ,. _
regulations. pole for that matter. ...._ a....-, ."__T_ 0 c_ NAY M YM III
ACTUAL ...._..u '_ _,
FCC and local rules sometimes differ on And here's another word of caution; even """ca CarS "I CAPRAL" I I nil aov.awr.NYa.* STAKE CITY

the allowable height. So, before erecting r.. \l when using guy wires to raise or lower your R.Iw=unrv 1 Sa IYrrpw.On.Y.== S 17.70M

your antenna, check ith the appropriate i antenna you can't be assured of positive control. .-....11"'''''.'s14' / ti,4uw 1VmS M .. tram My t. I07.*?, D1.|<. 1t. IS

authorities. So, better double check the clearance. .-.... ,.- /ACCOU'" toO 10 2 004 OQ4STftRKE

And when you're ready to put it up, So many people are now tuning into CB that / S CITY: CLERK CITY'

check on one other thing the clearance. we thought you should also be tuned into the 1 MCMATON S STARKC: FLORIDA 3201

The slightest touch of your antenna or necessary safety requirements. .-

guy wire to a power line could cause you a This safety message has been brought T 'OA aOCW Mao aIo on CIa roOT,

a serious shock. to you by Florida Power and Light as a public '--weaTewwpo"" -

.;, Here's how to play it safe. Make service. Because serving the public is really ?- r rA.MrY

sure that you check all directions. In what we're here for. ..Ep/Dao/l If 101 IIWSI IUWD 11PO0/ewe/ ryaNOs
t Bimius ea M June M. tare 1'6.'"

other words, not only the space above the 'I, ," ..a.o.woTa fcmiai: :.j3J"i1''lime\ II. log a._ 17 .770

1 antenna but all around. So, if your J '. _nos._rrM0.vM/I Coa4 .> InNrrl N.e.MCnarl4 /
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antenna should happen to fall, it won't .. .- .- I /1 cmWOiT.1om.../ C IVp1 5d.0 alw DIU1. rr..NI'I) S "

happen to fall onto a power line. 6441372. DW.MM/,5.1 gSa ,. M
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I Commission Agrees To Purchase Central Switchboard For CourthouseBy Environmental I IOn


Bradford April 1, callers to the First Communication's- maintenance free and the board and can result in additional would automatically be put all county offices to be county could save a lot of Spt.'iuli"" .

be able County to dial Courthousewill electronic computerized charge thereafter would be savings according to through. reached by dialing one main money and if the system Hand in KH
one numberto switchboard will cost $914 $126 monthly Leips. The switchboard number. lasted 10 the county
reach all offices rather than monthly, a potential savingsof In addition to reaching console,about the size of three The phones will have touch would have years saved a great Tonight i 7:30
the current system of dialing $457 a month. Cost to the everyone In the courthouse by regular telephones, would tone dialing and the contract After hearing from Con deal. ,

individual offices. county will be a $389 monthly dialing one number busy connect to a desired extensionby will allow for trade-in allow- tinental representative Bob A motion was made by Dave
Bradford County Commissioners equipment payment on the offices, such as the clerk's can the dialing of three digits, ance as newer more sophis Norman, Robert Dean, regional Shuford for the county to Tonight (Thursday, Feb. 10))
approved Monday the $34,000 lease purchase price utilize as many as 10 lines at and several parties could be ticated systems come on the market manager for purchase its own equipmentand at 7:30::\ p m. in the Keystone
purchase of a central switch- and$338 for rental of intercon- one time if necessary. Under cross-connected into the same market. The switchboardcould First Comm. and Leips! com seconded by Maxie Heights: City Hall environ-
board phone system from necting telephone lines. The the present system the clerk's call for a conference call. also tie in other lines, mission chairman George Carter. The motion passed un- mental specialists will be on
First Communications Cor county will rent from Con office has 10 telephones, but In addition, a person talkingon such as those of the road department Roberts said from a long animously ending a three hand to answer questions and
poration a subsidiary of tinental interface equipmentfor only two calls can be made or a courthouse extension and the vehicle range standpoint, if the county month look at telephone discuss such topics as alter
Winter Park Telephone.Clark $96 monthly to connect the received at one time. would hear a "beep" in his inspection station, enabling bought its own equipment, the service. ations of lake and stream
Leips, representativeof two telephone systems, until it Present plans are for 10 phone when another caller waterfronts for area resi-
First Comm., said the is determined by legal actionif trunks and 60 phones. Long was waiting to reach him. dents.
Those hand will be Dale
company hopes to have the interface equipment must distance calls can be on
When he finished his con-
equipment installed by April be used between two com monitored through the switch- versation, the second caller Slowpokes Contribute To Wrecks Crider, a biologist with the
1. Leips told the board the peting companies. Florida Game and FreshWater

county would save minimumof If it becomes necessary to Lawtey Council CommendsAnd Although more than 40,000 Brock Adams expressed hope lower speed limits result in a Fish Commission;
$5.000 yearly over the have Interface equipment Americans died in traffic that the figures would con- big payoff in safety, as well as Huntting Brown environmental
proposal made by Continental Commissioners said they planto accidents last year the vince motorists "that the fuel conservation." specialist with the
I Telephone < < t the that Promotes PhillipsOn nation's highways were safer Florida Department of En-
: :!? present purchase equipment
.I.n_ _I :_ ...,_ ,ivironmental Regulation John
wlephane supplierurrenl; irom First Comm. lor $1,850 III 1 976 uian ai any time m 1113- :
the the recommendation of Requested Councilman according to the U.S. Adams, chief of the regulatory
cost to county for its phone rather than lease it for $36 a tory
system ( individual lines for month. After 10 the Marshal M.M. Jordan the McCully check into several Transportation Department.The branch of the U.S. Army
each county office) is $851 a county would years own the Lawtey council voted unani- street problems brought to his new national 55-per- Garbage ServiceIn ; Corps of Engineers; Jerry
month and with a proposedrate equipment eliminating the mously Monday night to attention. mile speed limit contributed Kubal. director of the Water
and tariff increase would $:UI9 payment. First Comm promote Patrolman Everett -Received a report from greatly to the decline in hIgh- Resources Department of the
jump to $1,372 monthly. will provide the first Phillips after only seven Clerk Lucille Shuford that way death rate, according to St. Johns River Water
year
months service with the town several CETA positions will the report. The rate declinedeven Management District: and

21 Earn Strainht 's. and to give him a $40 per possibly be available soon and though the number of Bradford County Richard Musgrove, program
.- month raise. that very strict regulationswill drivers, the number of coordinator of the Suwannee
herald Dwayne Baldwin, Phillips a former Florida have to be adhered to. vehicles on the road and the River Water Management
(Krom
I Page: I) son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerald highway patrolman, takes -Voted to lease the dump site number of miles driven all in- Twice A Week Pick Up District.
search, chemistry algebraand Baldwin of Starke who over when Marshal Jordan is to the County for 20 years withan creased. )Discussion will focus on
typing: II. studies math analysis physical out of town.Ilarshal option to renew with the The number of deaths per topics related to Alachua.
Julia Waters, daughter of education chemistry, Jordan requestedthe provision that the dump be 100 million miles of travel was Phone 473.3728Satisfaction C'lay, Putnam and Bradford
:Mrs. Corline Waters of Starke HSCS, speech and typing. council consider the raise maintained at its present 3.3 last year the lowest in his- counties The public is invited
who is a cooking and baking Donald Wilson son of Mr. and pointed out both he and status. tory. The 1975 death rate was GuaranteedCall to attend.
student at the Vo-Tech center. and Mrs. Don Wilson of Patrolman Charles Carter are -Decided to advertise for 3.7. The report showed a
Susan Edwards, daughter of Hampton, who studies presently being paid $25 per sealed bids on the old policecar steady decline in highway
:Mr. and :Mrs William II. algebra. English agriculture month for having successfully such bids to be received deaths since the 55 mph speed Now And Receive The Month Of
Edwards: of Kingsley Lake, II, world history and political completed the 200-hour( ) police until March 4, with the City limit went into effect in 1973 to
who studIes American litera- science. standards course. Phillips will reserving the right to refuse conserve fuel.Transportation.
ture calculus humanities Freshmen receiving be eligible for the $25 increasein any and all bids. Secretary February FREE I
and I rpsnnrr'h andxrittna utrniuht A's arn. five months, Jordan pointed r
Juniors receiving: ; 'straightA's -'James' ; W. Luke' son of Mr. out.,

are: and Mrs. J.W. Luke Sr., of The council acted onPhIllips' I I r Ir
;Neva; Flynn daughter of Starke, who studies modern willingness and NOTICE
:Mr.\ and :Mrs. George Flvnn.Jr. science. English. geography. achievements i in awarding I
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., of Slark!'. who studiesAmerican algebra, and( physical i raise ana early promotion. Ii I
history II, education. Pay raises are not usually i
geometry research typing and Joseph Kiggs. son of Mr. granted until an employee has The Bradford County Sheriff's

111'ltllland/\ was a teacher's and Mrs. Donald A. Kiggs of been with the city a year. u
iiido and varsity cheerleader Starke who studies art, City Clerk Lucille Shuford Department will accept applicationsfor 111I11I11I11I11I1"I"I/ G I&I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII
:Michelle Gulion; daughter Spanish, algebra science raise pointed would out that $25 of the $40 : 1LCLLL
lit l :Mr. and :Mrs C.E Gullion English( and civics. actually be due

of trigonometry Law ley chemistry who studies, research Pamela:Mr and Underhill Mrs. daughterof Richard that raised Phillips his$15 in salary per five month.was months actually, and the position of Deputy Sheriff (:; u; a: ( ; hL l! J.i: ; L I

ami creative \\riting. Underhill of Starke who
is under from February 14 through February
advanced art. drama and studies civics algebra II, Phillips employed Starke Fla.
the federal 301 S.
served 1 as a teacher's aide. French English, science and Comprehensive ShOPP"1-I cente ,
Karen Roller daughter of physical education. Employment Training Act 25. 1977. Call 964-6280 for
(CETA). He
:Mr. (il ''rgl' Holler of LavUc.. Betsy Yawn daughter of earns $177.76 per
week. The increase
$40
who studios chemistry, cal- :Mrs Lila Rae Yawn of Starke must further information.Dolph.
be the and
culus. American had ory. who studies algebra II, will picked increase up by city, forgethernotTINY

French biology: II and re- speech !science civics, physi- to Phillips'$185 salary
arch and all A's of the BUS band
earning: If
other action the Council
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are: Seniors on the A-B honor roll
-Agreed to consider
Tllthl.hlllle, son of :Mr and are: Anna Alvarez Lucy sup
'
plying water for the Church of
:Mrs Victor K: Ashline.SUirke. Bradley. Gina Brown Tina CONVERSATION '
God on 301 South of Lawtey.
who studios HSCS.algebra Brown. Lee Casey. Pam as {
since their is broken ,
II. agriculture II, Chapman. Sharon Crosby Jay and the well water pump is quite unsatisfactory PINE FOREST APTS. y \ %t HEARTS J
physical education and (;odin Wanda Green .
"English: Denise Griff, Khondallarrcll. \\ M.iiliMin M. SI..arte.I I. !undo Jt
Rayon Hawkins, 7 oz. bag

Densie, llersey. Waisel limes, .. .27 t
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L I'l,.it.... lioshcll Jenkins, Cassandra .<':" ......- 10-- '(''', r BAG
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Tom .... .. :
Johnson. Meng. -
Lynn
Casey O'lillf,...... ......,.. of. :,. ... ,;,:.\ ,
< I'rmu Pan 1 II> :Moxley. Briar Patray. L>nn ::! of oj'. ... ... '!\' R'If -m.r-: :;) 1'>
Pierce, Karen Powell, Pat .a .. .". .'-.. .... .'-
transferred I From" Page I ) ,.
monies being
are / .
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hose :Mimi Scott. Janice) .. \ ( ."" ,
I nun he I |power plant to the to Ihem he .
listed
Slucum. Teresa emergency .t. ..1:' 4."
Spivey. Kathy Y-.j
general' I undo t thepi'attceal : ;
as1 as r
lighting( and bars : t
om time Rising.! Teston and l Linda Jones. school doors.A panic on .. ( j-" i .f'l y
hurlIel, Juniors named to the A-B r'1))" ':'\ t. I \P.T"'WrIiI\! '-" .
and widespread inI code --- J
of student conduct fo. IIiIIT' :. } .
I lIullIIlI I have made! it im- honor Laura roll('hose aretilrk.: Lynn: I Dyal.Box. must be prepared by July I ': .d:! ::: aS 1? ...fD..f..-.... ... r.-:
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imssibUlor the city council to Christina Easton: I Denise and this will be part of the BRACHS / %
lira in the power' plant to feed 1
county wide
(Cissy.; Tracy. Kelly Karen advisory /
t lhi rest 101 t ho fil>'s opera!ion Reddish Kenny Kodrique, committee work Other pro-

It uns for this reason that ('a iia Schmidt Priscilla Stal- grams that (the board will DELUXE BOXEDCHOCOLATES ,
the uiimnl linallv moved NOW
have
naker. and Sonya Teney.Sophomorl'S ] to face deadlines on are
elh'reu! 'rallenc.uldvhi in testing of basic skills in the /
earning.! all A's 3. :5
the lace ol recommendations
and 8 grades and students _
,and B's are: Sara Biggs.: Julia
from ,t ,and
i-il.v eiiHineers Chambers. Vickie C'orbitt. qualifications for graduation. TAKINGAPPLICA
auditors. List (October to raise Community education 1 Ib. box of assortedchocolates.
Phyllis" Davis Jana Godwin; pro-
U.K. a ester. und sewrr serice jects Casey said would allow
( )nthia (;ornto, :Monique\ r
charges to m.iko each department (;Gravel Harry Green. someone to work in the school TIONS
sell support ing/\ Deborah Harper. Lisa Hen after hours to allow use of lF
K\on: then the' council! "put I those school facilities such as
derson Sharon Hobbs :donna
that load on the .little people." Johnson' ", :Melanie :Morris the library The state has uIi.IMNI For March 1 Occupancy 1.97 \
saKilutirils 1 : still
< "Thev'ri'" ; Thilhu ;Nguyen.; :Mike $ ( allocation for someonein BOX
pavmn/\ the load. he claimsKduards I'I'l'sl'oll.Iarvin! : Tyson, t that position Casey told the
: points out lluil a Kobin Wadsworth Irene I IX'ill'd I
PHONE
city customer' presently" using.! Wainw right. Cheri! Wall. Other programs to be considered -
ti M).IMNI KIt II nf electricity are career service .
SIvan Williams and Brian
|>a\s I t i06; cents per K\V. a Whitney\ education for teachers, 9646312BEAUTIFUL 'uy tt w A -

I customer! using, /\ I.YIXKI K\V Freshmen. ,, with all A's and computer programs.! to handle iprrnr MAJESTIC LACE
|.I\ s 187! cents per> K\V. a It's are Jeffery Itro oker, school business a school and t
cu-tiinier :I.IHKI' K\\| district BOXEDCHOCOLATES
wino IKI.VS Sarah "Faulk Christie annual report a
4 HI cents; per Kand a student service organizationand NEW
Faulkner Joel George; Tim
customer U'II1.l1tNI/ Kpays an early childhood program -
iissy.( Csnlhia Green Sharon 1-2.3 Bedroom Apartments
I K Hi cents "\\ Kdwurds: staffed
per : \\ volunteers.
(Green, l liegina Ilolm's.Iar: 1 Ib. assorted chocolates
"ways I pointing out turn much Hull/ Janice Jockel. Leonard Casey told the board the Unfurnished With Refrigerator Stove l
be small merieaI I items Carpets & DropesASAOW In lace box.
more I coin Keith he presented were w hat )
Johnson
Gwendolyn
User,, pa\s Tieng :Ngu; Sandra would be coming up in the i
> en.
'
$1
.\ -nia 11 residential userpas future and he wanted 0000
to give MO
()uiette. I Deborah Uatliff. ;
11\ er 4 cents per K\\ 11. Phyllis Sharpe and SherrieShinn them time to start thinking of :
1'{:<1\\anI, says He declaresIhe possibilities. 1mm 4 .88

hl'l'akl'1I point lor I the - - - =,....,,....,,...., ,....,,....,=,....,,....,,....,,....,,....,. ,....,,....,=r. BOX
('11\ is 'tiroiiiul (.(Hid ,,\\ II11"1'
that the city III""". -" money
I Kilu.inN: l <1 proposes' ; !H "cents Buffet
I Is T ,I\\ II tar 1 the first, Ito -: Country Style

Mill compared to the
present(1( "i: "('111' 4 1 cents; per

1\\111111'111"111',1 I 141MI) KVtllcompared t living gifts for special
1 to the present :J.I;
",'nll'all' The clerk s.i\s he is Fri. Night Feb. 11 1977

working up I liguiTs to present'' f fIn ,
I the council Tuesday night t k>//ed ones

,.,hlllntill'/\ current situation At TheHOLIDAY
ol the po\\er plant and

hopefully, providing some
information about where I the
council should head with its
INN
commercial I rate.. ,structure! .
"It's nut tool causing it It's

11111,1111111 m the entire ,system,
ml Union they've done nothing
Of Starke
about" states the clerk Fuel Imo ,

oil has gone up 173;) cents per d +ti BUSHES
gallon hut that costs just,,
,slightly, more than SJ.2i: : INI i permonth'
ho points out maintaining FeaturingSMOKED
) overall inllation is the
l'l'Ull'lIll'l'Il SAUSAGE BEEF STEW :r..Ji

C'lnimilm.miiiTon! goes
w ilh the bowl trustees,, in favorof FRIED CHICKEN Ea,

the Ihictuating fuel adjust- Special
men) charge.'rh( five percent
,surcharge, remaining would CORN BREAD ,Crackle, orPlar, ,. r

lake care of the big users m CocktailsAvailable
place of it demand rate Plus Many

Warren says. arid. also make i I $
Southern
large) users such as teh 395 Style Vegetables y

Holiday Inn and \N inn Dixie From OurLoun"e
"lhl'ir ,-. T 0'Y..AOVtHTISf MIHCHANOIU! POLICY ___
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justify" large usage CHILDS PLATE. 5260 ,"' .
\\ Lurch estimates the pnu erplant 0- <:*(.%. PO'.'t|.i i.I..,\ .... .j.ttMidirni4 ,. / W. Will l.j .\' '
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) to K it ; "'*m au* ems "In ft
is S13.UM "
SJiMXNi: now month losing He points 1?roan. fftitit smvl ulna pp;TO b+If iun..ud!l ......t.n m. : master :harge9HB
per prg > 1111'j BANMAMERICARO
out Ihe city has, two major Holiday Inn IIII I 'Wvti-Gel: ypiHJ 1H.t Iht' ,iNgrn Mf.r...tthfmt. ..ni>tN : ..... .. .. \ i..n.U' /
sources! of .revenue utilities tc-t r I' m t e.-if' qM>>t 1 Wilt
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err II l lp.4 .... '- It.AM, "'" '\ t., Po..N...
and laces t0i. ,.s ... ,. ... ."
propery :, : to .n UU q0el. w ..__.....
"(tooth are so high now that 964.7600 Of Starke Hwy 301 N. -.
piipleare not going( to be ableIn
sustain it." Warren slales.I .


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i, CHURCH LA by phone Elizabeth WTEY ACTIVITIES 782-3300 Terry cKE s -



CHURCH OF GOD: Sunday
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser-
vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer I 1
Meeting Wednesday 7:30: \
p.m. YPE Friday 7:30: p.m.

Sunday EVERGREEN School 10 a.m.BAPTIST Wor- I

ship Services 11 a.m. and 7
p.m. T.U. 6 p.m. Prayer Great gifts for :
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Sunday.Meeting Worship Program FAITH Services Wednesday Bible on BAPTIST WPXE school 11 8 a.m.:7 a.m.10 p.m.Radio a.m.and on your \ '


7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting
Wednesday 7:30: p.m.
GRACE UNITED
METHODIST: Sunday School
9:45 a.m. Worship Services 11 1"'TI1TI1I1II1II"' 1111I
a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Circle r ; MEN'S AND LADIES 'UUIIIIIIIIIIIIII
Wednesday 9 a.m. Good News Illy ii; Y2-OUNCE/ REVLONCHARLIE Vcoin d
Rap Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. SPRAY TIMEBANDLED v (-- -n MODEL 200
United Methodist Women REG. 17.99
met at the church on Tuesday, NORTHERN '
Feb. 1 with 16 ladies present. COLOGNE rJl/II' / 1fr"1':!! '1IG
Mrs. George Roberts Sr., WATCHES STYLER/DRYER
CLAIROL CRAZY CURL
presided, and Mrs. Frank A "" -
Coss gave the devotional. = J gorgeous sexy Revlon young, 700 WATT HAIR DRYER FOR "
fragrance by
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After the business was con Cologne concentrate 0r WHOLE FAMILY *1836 )I\I'i1tmmm\! STYLING WANDSTEAM
ducted, the meeting adjourned Limit 1 /1"fin % 1P3' .tGl
WITH 't
The next meetingwill
be Feb. 15 with Mrs. Idell 10 ATTACHMfNtS rfrF} STYLING
Boyette and Mrs. Francis OFFREGULAR 1388 REG. WAND FOR FLIPS
r; Th\'ijt.!
Kelly as hostesses. 16.99 \U) WAVES OR FOR 1488
HIGHLAND BAPTIST:
Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship ; PRICE -1.-- rJ STRAIGHTENINGDELUXE
Services 11 a.m. and 6 .
p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday :
<* n .;:-
at 7:30: p.m.LAURA 7 VINYL STRAP
*V iv* WITH RIVAL 5 QT.
BAPTIST: Sunday
School 10 a.m. Worship Services REMOVABLE REGINA. .1 SPEED CHAISETUBULAR
11 am. and 7:30: p.m. kvygjJEAN ,tl F r STONEWARE CROCKPOT
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 1 ELECTRIK BROOMPOWER ALUMINUM
7:30: p mNOKTIISIDE. al FRAME DURABLE STRAPPING
SUCTION EDGE PICKS UP DIRT ALONG

Sunday ship: Services School 11 10 a.m.a.m.BAPTIST and Wor 7: \\t\: \ HATE'BATH >; COOKS 8.10 HOURS FOR LIKE BASEBOARDS ASH TRAY& FURNITURE. DIRT CUP EMPTIES 91
UNWATCHED
p m. Prayer Meeting Wednes ONE SPEEDMODEL.
day SMYRNA: at 7 p.m. MISSIONARY BUBBLES r gylyM I ONLY 3 CENTS 3350 2688 19 1

BAPTIST: Sunday School 10 REG. 31.99 REG
a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. =320 23 99
and 7 pm. BTS 5:45: pm. 160Z. 2488
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 f 2 SPEED MODEL S31.88
p m :a sy' REG. 525 350 / REG REG :.IK MODEL no
ST. JOII 'S MISSIONARY ', 2995
LIMIT TWO VINYL STRAP CHAIR REG 1.199: 11.88
BAPTIST: Sunday School 10 .if c pii : ,
a.m. Worship Services 11 a m. ," r F
and 3 p.m. on second and r a1,7. SWINGERSMOKER
fourth Sundays. Prayer Band 15' OFF LABEL
REFLECTS
Mondays at noon. SALE PRICE

LAWTEYSCHOOL NEWS COLGATE 7 01.TOOTHPASTE FLUORIDE WITH

. .LIMITTWO I GRILL
Congratulations to Mr. and .

:Mrs Mrs.a son Ezzell Rick on Ezzell Saturday has been on,the teaching Jan.birthof 29. / vi' b II MEDICATEDDESITIN Pi A aSW OR. EXTRA STRENGTH LIMIT> ONE $ TILT 18 .AWAY 18 COOKING HOOD WITH GRID
REGULAR WHEELS REG 34
in the Title One Reading r ri
program this year Miss TYLENOL TABLETS
\ s sDOUBLE
Claudette Peterson will be replacing -

spring holidays.The Mrs. Ezzell. until after N1 10 C1. TRIAL SIZE . .

following students are pESer1 r
recognized for very good SKIN CARE LOTION \ FROMI.
ii
achievement during the last ASSORTED SHADES TO CHOOSE
six weeks reporting period'Ann : ,
Sterling, second grade; f LIMIT NICE.'n EASY LIMIT

Phillip The next Crews P.T.A.fourth meeting grade. 10 OZ, Wf ,TWO '<$ *';*? COLORING ? E .

will be held on Monday night, BOTTLE & HAIR
3UDREAL
Feb. 14. at 7 p.m. at the school Mlfr'
cafeteria.A square dance program 'v ii 4- -t l HIBACHI GRILL
u ill be presented by students 16 OZ .LIMIT TWO
in the fourth, fifth and ORGANIC X 17 INCH
., 10 INCH
sixth :I 'Mq M vlMw FABERGESHAMPOO OIL AND
grades. t GERM
? y4.ai J w WHEAT
The Lawtey School Ad- HONEY . 9'
visory Committee public . S
meeting will be held on Tues 99'i
day night, Feb. 22 at 7 p.m. in
the school library. All citizens NAPKINS
and parents are invited to at r1 BELT LESS FEMININE REG
0 PO FROM L'OREAL
tend. suffrage e a-s: S1AYfREE 30's a oX $799 D r 1,.

School LunctlMtnu. L . ? CAST
February 14 II SUFFRAGEHAIR MAXI-PADS . IRON WITH WOOD HANDLES
MONDAY Chicken with net. grin
.
I Iomo beano .hortco.o.
elrawberry eranberry
sauce, bitcuiH. peanut. butler, ONE BOTTLE
milk SPRAY BOTTLE OF tOGO'IIMIT 2l/2 GALLONPICNIC
TUESDAY Hoi dog on Dun mustard
ketchup, cole slaw potato chips fruit I SACCHARIN1a
cup. mule *1
13 OZ
WEDNESDAY Bee with gro.y.muhed 1 TABLETS . JUG
rolls. butter potatoet., milkTHURSDAY .green beam pears LIMITTWO / GRAIN
.
Spaghetti' with meat.Chess.
..
,
bread mdk.FRIDAY tossed.Sloppy salad applesauce'in. on bun trench corn, :f'4: V 1 .- 10CT-ADULT OR CHILDREN-UM.T. ONE I'i"vv Poly Plastic
trench tries peaches peanut butter
cookie. milk :flf'E I n2til ,fRh HOLD 4 Hour j With SpoutReg.

PERSONALS COUGH SUPPRESSANT *74I'

:Mrs Joyce Futch of Black-
shear Ga was a Wednesday
dinner guest of her sister. e (:
:Miss Elizabeth Terry She CONTAINS 5 BLADES 9 1J $588REWEBBING
visited her cousins, Mr andMrs. yf.Y8i mow'E LiMII,
: / Carl :Moore/ of Live Oak / SCENTED FLICKERLADIES ONE

on:Mrs Thursday Tommy Talley returned LIGHT POWDER SHAVER . .
home Sunday from a
JacksonvilleMrs visit Memorial: !Hospital, \ ARRID EXTRA DRY ,, 1 r-= ''i\\

: :Mae Wells returned 11' _
home Sunday after visit with 7 OZ. ANTI-PERSPIRANT 4 -} CAULKING FOR LAWNFURNITURE
her son and daughter-in-law HAIR ROLLERSASSORTED (C
COMPOUND _
and family, :Mr and :Mrs. '1\\
Ernest; Wells of Huntsville. 50Z. : \ '
Ala ydrt PLUS 2 OZ ) SIZES ANDCOLORS S'\I 1 II '':\ j (
Miss: Arthurme Blanchardwas BONUSLIMIT g rr I I \\I 23k[
a Friday dinner guest of ONE t'y.,. CAULKING GUNS ,
:Mrs Frank Coss. REG TO 1 39 '\
:Mrs Joyce Futch of Black. t/ REG. 65' 1 17 FTREG
4t o
shear Ga Ralph Futch of I I 39c
Black Mountain N C and MODEL 2612'
:Mrs :Martha Brantley and MASKING TAPE PLASTIC 4 QUARTS :
children of Starke were Saturday -
dinner (guests! of Miss FILE BOX
Elizabeth Terry J/4"X60YD. ROLL POTTING SOIL F:]

took Pastor the and l'mtedIethodlst Mrs :Jim !Hall .> : 'FILE REGULAR 13 '/.SIZE" x 10 PORTA-'/V STERILE READY TO USE SOIL PomN

Youth Fellowship to see iVVtf TH TAPE OFHUNDREDS WITH INDEX FOLDERS FOR '
group INDOOR \5-
the movie titled. "In Search of / 'l p FLAVOR HOUSE Jli r' OF r- REG OR OUT-
J j .
:Noah's Ark" In Starke over USES' 38FLAIR DOORPLANTS

:Miss the/:Miss weekend.Arthurine Elizabeth Blanchard Terry and I BLANCHED !& ? REG 65' S3.99 297GAY 47 REG 87c t-<<


visited her sister. !Miss Enza
Blanchard and Mrs. Thelma PEANUTS .
,
Wilson of Baker County Novo 'i ; FLAIR HOUSE IN REG. 1169

r on Nursing:'; Friday Home afternoon.at Macclenny h 1'l' '1 ie. HARD HEAD PEN NINETIES FLOWERING BLOOM ........
t'v :
1202.
Mr and Mrs. Barry Watts L. ASSORTED MALLOS
took their mother Mrs. Bessie DRY ...-' WITH GOOD NEWS RAZORCHOICE PLANT FOOD
Watts to St. Augustine Thurs ROASTED ____ 1 LB BOX
day at which time she entered 0 OFCOLORS

i r Geriatric Nursing Rome s PEG $1 197M PEN INK IN& 2 : 7 09 TOP TO FEATURES USE FEEDING DISPENSER EASY-
SYSTEM
r !Mrs. Nellie Parrish of !Max- A FREE 8 8 REG. 1 8 OZ BOTTLE IS
ville was a Sunday dinner 7 RAZOR $1.29 79'I ENOUGH FOOD FOR
guest of her in-laws, Mr. and t FOR 8 FOR AVERAGE SIX MONTHS PLANTS
Mrs. O.J. Anders. ,
. Mrs. Pierce Crews visited
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PEOPLE TRUST ECtCERD'S FOR QUALITY Laivtey News...


PRESCRIPTION SERVICE AT LOW LOW PRICES. Charlie(From Mattos Page 8) who had a .

COMPARE OUR PRESCRIPTION PRICES WITH WHAT YOU'RE PAYING NOW! Bradford tonsillectomy County on Hospital.Tuesday in

Mrs. Maines Griffis and
children of Palatka were Sunday -
dinner guests of her I
I mother Mrs. Nellie Wilkinsonand i
sister Mrs. Daisy Boch.
John Devore returned home

PRICESGOODTHRU County Wednesday Hospital.from We Bradford are glad

I that he is improvingslow
uflhenrt His son Johnny of Atlanta -
Sbowthemgou're SATURDAY! Ga. spent the weekend
OPEN DAILY 9-9 SUN. 10-7 with them.

SOME ITEMS LIMITED SUPPLY and Mr.family and Mrs.of Terry Jacksonville Futch

Beach were Sunday dinner
,. guests of their mother Mrs.
'
: Joyce Futch and aunt. Miss
Elizabeth Terry.
Mrs. Wayne Gustafson and

BOXED \ r \ I y,1., P FILLED CHOOSE OR FROM BEAN BAG day daughter from Colorado returned and home will Fri-be

,,1'i:'i jI! AMPLON ECKERDo with her parents, Mr. and
1 ''t ; VALENTINEA Mrs. Bill Dobbs and family

LOVE THEME 1 PANTY HOSE FACIAL until the Philippine her transport Islands.Mr. arrives. to

nr --"I.. Super-stretch Amplon PLUSH f and Mrs. Jerry Fish-
PENDANTS J l ; nylon gives fantastic #120 TISSUEBOX er burn are the proud parents of
\t"tfe fit and extra-long born Monday
GIVE A HEART LOVE 1.1,1, wear ANIMALS a son Kyle
'. With the added comfort OF 200 IN WHITE Jan. 31 in Orange Park Hospital
THEME NECKLACE FOR
11 fJIII'I ,'/.v//ff. of fa reinforced panty. PINK OR YELLOW .
VALENTINESHIGH 1 ,
rti 99 9 9 Mrs. Pierce Crews and
'J2REG. Jay
,' REG. Ta niece Mrs. W.F Atwood attended
.Nr/ 99 ,!; i the funeral of Rodman
8 ( Reddish Wednesday at Pine
59I 49g. GREAT Level Baptist Church.
Mrs. Lucille T. Ivey and
3 SO G IFT t w F h ,
F R IDEA a Brown granddaughter were Sunday Cynthia dinner


j'.. .. .'i. ./....s..... ... ,.. .... j} J.B.guests of her Sr.mother of Jackson Mrs.
.
... .. '. ,. .'L. :;; Taylor
DENSITY '.4; ; -: .oO", ... )',. '.f
: : ; : -V...;:,; :'. ... -."..1'.,';" ._,: rt..., 'ot'll.,.. r ....... +" ville.
FIBERGLASS J ;. :!. ... -"* ,. -*.. ", ..").I".-.... t' II'.u.r. -.
hBBft ". 'C' ,. Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Thomas
r .
ROD. REEL ... ". .;:,.. ...'t l '!
.. i"I and Jay of Live Oak and their
WITH SPRING "" :'. .,,' >.
LOADED "r ;; '}..: son, Jody Thomas, of New
COMMIT! ;, /. .:. YOUR York came by on their way to
DRAG. WITH "...,. ; h'., 'I.; CHOICE the plane in Jacksonville to
UNI BRACH visit their parents and grandparents -
WHITMAN ; ;
T r t.f CURTISSCONVERSATION Mr. and Mrs. Fred
ORMcDONAlD. : Moore.
ZEBCO 404 -,'.:- ..< OR Mrs. Joyce Futch of
"i' HEART SHAPED ... : .1.. Blackshear Ga. visited Mr.
ROMANCE
HEARTS and Mrs. Les McClellan on
SPINCASTROD CHOCOLATES -: -- w Tuesday afternoon. ..
FINE : E.E. Thomas was buried in
& REEL 788 YOUR CONFECTIONS IOVED FOR 6 BAG2 9t -- Ocala on Tuesday. He is the
ONES.
REG. 12 OZ. BAG5 9t great-uncle of Pastor and
REG SUPR--E--M- Mrs. Leonard Melton. The
REG B 98 E Meltons attended the funeral
9921 as Brother Melton had a partin
the service.
BOXED
SELF PROPELLED Mrs.Pierce Crews and Mrs.
WHITMAN
3'/ H.P.-22 INCH CUT SAMPLER Jack Harris of State Farm attended
CHOCOLATES a sing at Johnstown"
POWER MOWER Baptist Church on Saturday i
//! : CHOCOLA 1'ES night. After the sing they ,
4 CYCLE BRIGGS & STRATTON t served refreshments.Les l
MOTOR ADJUSTABLE CUTTING PALME R 8 OZ America'E Lb. 49MELNOR McClellan returned
BqG \ f all time Box |
HEIGHT favorite
:f: N home Monday from Riverside t
\ .r CHOCOLATE pier
e, \ \ .''b : Hospital Jacksonville.We are

REG 141 88 11988GRASS HEARTS REG. \ ..c_V60c.:1...:::...........: : 0 BOX ( $ Lb. Box $289 glad much to better.report that he is feeling I

Reg Mrs. Leonard Melton spent i
,,! 3.25 from Wednesday until Satur-
_
.. .. .: 4 Lb. Box $489; day noon with her brother.
CATCHER 7 [! Buddy Messer who was in the t
REG 9 99 PACK AGED hospital in New Port Richey t,
because of an accident.
photo
Secures your messy EwB55MWHfjj Mrs. Futch of Black ,
wlthollt &4SP Joyce ;
0-P "Ge 9rintt or Doper corners. VALENTINES f, shear,'Ga. was a guest'of Mr. rand
err
t "
Assorted color coven. y-jfe Mrs Carl Prevatt on
POLAROID MOUNT g Wednesday afternoon.Mr. .
\ DRY COORDINATED and Mrs. J.F. Robertson
(AMtRA ALBUM I Y r attended Bethel Primitive
PRON10 PHOTO S9CTo R&CBRACELE Baptist Church. Callahan on
REG 59 95 .. """ O ASSORTED Sunday morning and after .
INEXPENSIVE services they served lunch.
AN THAT s :To ",', { b LDVP ; FLORAI Pastor and Mrs. Leonard
CAMERA I 1 DESIGNED
SEE THE BIG _-_ L" r:? Melton were hosts for a birth
yOU COLOR PICTURES 167 MAl- :;:: day party on Saturday. Feb. 5
YOU TAKE ON THE t- I 'S honoring their daughter.
SpOT USE 10 SHOT \IhIlM \ i .h. $139 Celesta. Among the guests
SX.70 F PACK ..J) I''V I 1 JEWELRYt REG present were her l grandmother \
II REG H,'" R/, :i", '\, t S 1 31 Mrs.\ Louise Messer.
$1 99 .t. /0(.U t and son. Lee: her uncle.
,1 Buddy Messer: aunts Mrs.
88 ;' Pearl Messer. and Mrs. Linda
_._
] LADIES Messer, and cousins. Robby.
Itichy.and Johnny Messer all
ROLLA BOTTOM of Orange Park and several
CI Z6-Z0 local girl friends.
KODAK Jimmy Eunice of Decatur.
SYLVAHIA filM T-STRAP SANDALS Ga. visited his uncle and aunt.
pRINt rSM Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt on I

HIPtOLOK LATEST FASHION Saturday afternoon.
"EG 00E5129 REGULAR $4 99 Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Tanner and family of Green
14y Cove Springs were Saturday
FLASH I 5 dinner guests of their brother-
I\ \43 i a in-law and sister. :Mr. and
\\.I Mrs. Earl Teston and family.Mr. .
;1 EIGHT HAMILTON BEACH and Mrs Hermie Kelly
FLASH ) visited Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Estes of Brunswick. Ga. on
-,. ELEC. JUICER Tuesday of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. James Waters
::::::::::::: \--- LADIES ry JUICE IN JUST SECONDS, were Wednesday evening
::::;:::::;:: dinner guests of their son and

rmmr ........ .... ::::!:!:!:t:!:!{ MODEL daughter-in-law. and Mrs.
.... ....;;::;:;::::;;:;:;::;:::::::: PULSATING CANVAS CASUALS 2109 ;r; Wilbur Waters and family of
Starke.The occasion was :Mrs.
s/3 IN. X 50. VINYL ASSORTED STYLES w PEG 1099N Waters' birthday anniversary -

499/- \ REG 1 Major and Mrs. James F

GARDEN HOSEMADE 3 99 Dougherty and family and
rrtP a 0 Blake Stoner. son of Major
.u h }g i
FOR FLA CLIMATESREG TO 75' and Mrs. Tom Stoner of
Moody Air Force Base,
t Valdosta. Ga., and Mrs.
DISSTON CORDLESS ELEC. George Breslin and Elizabethof
4 99 388 POM POM FOOTSIES Jacksonville spent the
weekend with their parents.
SHRUBBER NYLON AND COTTON WITHCUSHION Colonel and Mrs. William Wil-

2.000 STROKES PER MINUTE SOLE '
son.David Gaines of Starke Mr.
LIGHTWEIGHT [\ 's0o and Mrs. Randy Hayes, and
HEAVY DUTYFLEXLINE -F I AND EASY REG Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Teston
18 TO USE and Pam gathered at the .
$1 19UN'S
Model home of their parents,Mr.and
REG CEST-1 OFF Mrs Earl Teston and familyfor
24 99 a family meal on Wednes-
TRIMMERPEG *" COLOR day evening. The occasion
BIG SWEEP OR BLACK was their father's birthday
4988 K anniversary.Mr. .
EDGER LAWN RAKETHE 4 BUTTON \\4?c PROCESSING ORDER WHITE PRINTS and Mrs. Floyd Martinof
YOU WITH Daytona Beach were
EXTRUDED NYLON LINE STILL
[NIT SHIRT f GET ECKERD' THIS Sunday dinner guests of their
DOES THE CUTTING MR BONUS BUY IN LAWN RAKES ICE S FA COUPON
MODEL 2000-4 t THE MOU )
Mrs. Hester Hicks
10O WITH 26 PLASTIC iy PRINT S & S PH Oi0 mother
MOTOR FT CUTTING EXTRA LINE .,. TEETH WITH g THE FILM, OFf ER, CMARN GOOD and brother- n-Iaw and sister
"
THRU Glen Shuford
1)88 COLLAR Mr. and Mrs.
44 gyl "\Vv ; 2 88 wSR and family.Mr. .
't1E \ ?
GUARD ..:'s REG .iJ '. and Mrs. J.C. Beach of
Jacksonville were Sunday
H' ;' $3 69 "EG $499 ( ySAar1 evening dinner guests of their
J.IIJ '
/
11 iH.
/ + / / / -+ t fR tr parents, Mr and Mrs. J.F.
Robertson.Mr. .
:
and Mrs. Hermie Kelly f

](] (DlllmmID 0 ur! Jl]a I +v visited Tomlinson sister their Mr.of brotherinlawand and Belleview Mrs. Roy on


Wednesday.Mrs. .
831 S Bettie Tresca of
Walnut Starke, Fla. I
Gainesville visited her a
I
DRUGS brother-in-law and sister Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Lee on Saturday -

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TEI.EHHAI'II Fehruar y I". 11112



'l Starke Plugged in '87 as 'Orange Region' j I




On 'Elevated Backbone' of Florida RidgeNinety IIP.t !



years ago Bradford The orange industry held As evidence of the growing ?
County was being publicizedas out great hope for this north importance of Starke as a :
"An Orange Region in The central Florida region in the shipping point for oranges and frJl
Most Healthful Portion of period when this booklet was Sea Island cotton the booklet "'
Florida" in an attractive printed ((1887)). There were reproduced this Item from the 'i's

booklet distributed by promising young groves in all Savannah Weekly News: f' L s l ;:eh'
Gardiner Pratt Real Estate parts of the county and F g
Agents, P.O. Box 77, Starke oranges were being shipped "After a careful } ta
from Starke in carload lots. examination of the books of

1S.F. Gardiner had come to An early editor of The Tele- the Florida Railway &
Starke in the 18 o's from graph predicted that every Navigation Company at this
"Prince George" County man who had an orange grove point we find that the shipments .
Maryland and was the uncleof would soon be rich- but that of cotton from Sep J,.
the late George A. Mc prediction was shattered in tember 1, 1886 to January 22, i\

Gardiner, who served for : the next decade with the dis- 1887,amounted to 843 bales, or ,. ,/,.,-/.. r
many years as Bradford astrous freeze in the winter of to something over 63225. : ,' 'l'

County Judge. Pratt Street 1894-95, and others coming "Oranges shipped from this ."
.
was undoubtedly named for nearer the turn of the century. place between the above dates j' .,A'.i,I'r.'
the other member of the firm .- .
by '
J.P. Pratt who is listed in the But everything still looked carload freight lots express, and in t.., .
7,000 one-bushel J' ::
booklet when the ;
realtors'booklet
as a civil engineer rosy crates orcounting ;t; 41"
160 ,
and was published in 1887. ',''lpiJ;
notary public countysurvey "' .IJ""
to the crate .
oranges 1,120,000
:!-'or. There were glowing write-ups .' : : ,)\ 'J. ',
about the Starke area, not oranges, which returned to the \;''',
owners and placed in circula-
only in The Telegraph but
tion here between
$12,000 and
also in the Florida Times-
Union the Savannah News, $14,000 for oranges alone, and
New York about $77,225 for cotton and
Herald and other
editorialA oranges to say nothing of the
publications shipments of vegetables of all

The December 1886 issue of kinds in their season.

the Timrve-I Tninn carried the
following-item: Dolly finally /gels( her man Uora Vaiidi-i-grlild-( the "half a million uaire," and they hutli
Basic Lesson In Economicsnow seem happy over the situation. I

"Mr SF. Gardiner, of the
firm of Gardiner and Pratt of
Starke was in the city rrrf
"I don't think we need to sell a thinK in dependent entirely on diesel fuel. s AU\s Well That Ends Well

the world for less than it costs us." Another price increase of 1.175 cents per I

gallon since December has brought the
Finale
This obvious but basic fact of price of diesel to 35 cents per gallon, as Including of DollyMrs.

economic life was voiced by City Com- compared with 10.21 cents a gallon being

missioner Vernon Silcox in a discussionof charged three years ago. The newest in- Dolly Gallagher Levi! shenanigans for Marian On "this side" of the foot
additional $25,000 "spread it around" in elegant Douglas's seductive Mrs. Mona Canova and
the "worsening"/ of the city's financial crease means an a lights
style Saturday night as "HelloDolly" Malloy, and Carol Milner'sunready Sarah Jackson, tickled the
that the must with
position at last week's Commission year city come up tickled the ribs of but willing Minnie
ivories in just the right places,
meeting.The the clerk pointed out. Diesel fuel, about another capacity audience in Fay. Their "Elegance" backed up by Jimmy Lawsonon

three times as expensive as natural gas, a final extra performance for number was one of the show's drums, doing a creditablebit

discussion followed a report was already the major item in the city benefit of the !March of Dimes.It most tuneful tidbits. of closing night pinch -

showing that the city is supplying electric budget at close to a million dollars. .f F' was the fifth sell out for hitting for Michaeloodfin
Small parts handled in a big who filled this niche at the
current to its top bracket consumersat the gay hearted, tuneful included those
played by first lour
way
a price that is actually less than the A committee of the Council and the musical that proved the most Richard Jockel as Rudolph performances

cost of purchasing/ the power from City Bond Trustees is currently workingon profitable in a long series of (not the red nosed reindeer), Other credits for a smooth -
revised rate to be 4 home talent shows producedby Charles Hall as Ambrose running production go tollchl'le
Florida Power and Light/ and distrib-- a proposal presented '
8 Richard Jockel for the
f1 fub' ,. he with :\ Jornov assistant
Kemper ( spoke a
uting it through the city's system. at the next council meeting which Starke Woman's Club. In whimper), Carolyn Canova as director DebbieS'oo(1tIn,

would increase the price of power sold to addition to the March of the lachrymostest hostess choral director. Jesse J I

City Clerk :Merrill Edwards, who has the biggest consumers, which is now ilATHtlllll. >\Mlt-.- Dimes, profits will be "spread with the mostest, and Sandi :MK( >re. Jr., spotlight. Jeffery

been warning about the city's being sold at a loss. around' to the club building Sanders as Ernestine. the girl Jockel. stage manager and!
yesterday, and contributed to fund, and its District Four with the Eugene Tanner sound
deteriorating financial position for "Owing to last winter's disastrous wayward hips.
the Times-Union fruit bureaua Foundation which helps pro-
freeze, the
months said 'Things have caught/ up Although any price increase always cluster of oranges con- crop here was reduced orange at the vide suitable homes for Hizzoner Honorable mention Elzie goes to :Next': ear-"East t Lynn"""

with us faster than i thought they brings on cries of anguish, it is impossible taining ::10> (originally 31)) remarkably very least one-half and many children handicapped by a who played Judge- you guessed Sanders it Or will it be. ;rumored..

would." to refute the argument that fine specimens, estimate it at two-thirds poor home environment.As -- "a pudgie judgie" in the "South Pacific"1" (July Jock..1kno's

"We don't need to sell a thing in the growing in almost a solid reduction. With the number of Mrs. Levi never tires of courtroom scene

The municipal power plant has been world to anyone for less than it costs finest mass.cluster It is the ever largest received and at trees coming into bearing reminding us. .. "Money,
each the will be Immense
cut off entirely from the use of the lower us." Any businessman will agree that to this office. It was producednear :year!- within crop the next five- pardon the expression, is like
It's not worth
priced natural gas for generating, and is do so is a sure road to bankruptcy Hampton, on Sampson :years! unless manure.it's around a thing
spread ,
Lake, in the center of the County Agents By r-
encouraging young things to .
orange section of Bradford "Four-fifths of the oranges "
County In that section are shipped from Starke this grow. If it wasn't spread Bobby

I Vohui Measures Not over 100()() bearing groves and season were grown within a around wasn't Saturday night fault., it certainly Notebook \.
tary May Suffice in one of these groves is the radius of six miles of this Dolly's Taylor

celebrated Fort Harley tree, point." In a part that might have l'hlllll'lIIil-4i1) ;;;; &
which is over sixty years old been written for her, Sylvia Oi

Unless Americans buckle down to real prodigal ways. A recent example of this The introduction to the book Reddish gave her best performance
"Mr Gardiner says that gave the following date the indomitable Our cold weather and recent
to as I know the weather has been
energy conservation, the U.S. could "fall noncompliance attitude is the popularuse fifteen carloads of oranges information: !Mrs. Levi who freezes caused 37 of our central bad and fertilizers will' not do

off the cliff\ with an overall energy of CB radios to keep informed of have alrady been shipped "meddles for a living" and south Florida too much good during a

shortage some time in the 1980's. This is "Smoky" (the Highway Patrol) so that from Starke this season. The the"Starke lies on the line of meddles, that is, in otherpeople's counties to be declared freeze But the calendar says.

the warning issued by one high officialin such drivers can continue to break the cluster may be" seen at the Navigation' Florida Hallway & lives and even her disaster areas This means it is time to fertilize pecan
about
the Carter administration, and reflects gas-conserving 55 mile per hour speed Everett Hotel. seventy-three Company miles from own winding up, in the end. that some and growers of vegetables trees and I suggest you IOaht'ad
desire citrus might '
with her heart's with fertilier
the limit without fear of being caught The "celebrated Fort Fernandma and your pecan -
concern expressed by the seventy-four "half a mill.lonaire" Horace qualify for loans to replant nowMature '
President in his low-key fireside chat Harley tree, referred to from Cedar Keys or midway Vandergelder.The their crops or rl'Ce \priority

last week Strong persidential leadership is essential above, is said to have grown between the two extreme for fuel or other supplies : pecan t trees can use
from a seed planted by Major points of the road. Its population hapless :Mr V.I ho Also workers
Americans of some may up ton;; ) pounds of \ID ID 10 or
to /give a sense Harllee of the South Carolina is now about 1,000.()() ) 'never had a chance againstthe qualify for unemployment similar analysis fertilizer pertree

"There is no way that I, or ;anyone else national direction and purpose and Mr. Volunteers, for whom the fort, wiles of Dolly Don Neel. !nefits or food stamps. or bate( ) pounds, per acre

in the government, can solve our energy Carter has demonstrated that he will on the Santa Fe River was "It contains four churches-- blustered and bulldozed his I've mentioned that our If a pasture or lan is under a

problems if you are not willing to help. provide that kind of leadership. It is too named during the Second Baptist. Methodist. way through three acts until weather has caused some tree the rates can be increased
Seminole Indian War. It is Presbyterian and Christian;
the final curtain hen he fell, hardships on of to for the
the of many ourlocal compensate\
There is determine
no energy policy we can early to degree toughness said to have been the largest a fine frame edifice belonging inevitably, before this onslaught farmers, nutritional

develop that would do more good than that the President will have to dis- sweet orange tree in Florida, to the order of Red Men of fatal femininity cattlemen. Some especially efforts are our grass. In a lawn' one requiremcnts half the-

voluntary ('OnSl'rvutionIr! Carter play in order to obtain desired results, and reportedly bore as manyas capable of seating about 350 being made by our Bradford fertilizer can be broadcastand ( t

told us.7'he but judging from his past record, we 10.000()() ) oranges in a season. persons; two excellent As two local :yokels! from County USDA Emergency: the other half can. he
viz The Starke Insti-
schools
should not be lulled to laxness by the : Yonkers naturally Board that might be of placed in several holes aroundthe
of which Prof. GC
tute, Bill
In addition to promoting Grover Howard and assistance.The .
President obviously sought to mildness of his initial chat. He can get oranges as a big money crop Looney, A.M, is principal !McRae looked and acted like a branch tree spread about I1m-\\This 'ay should t the

show that he has not forgotten the promises tough, when needed.Mr. for this area, the Gardiner- and the Orange Academy couple of characters straightout Board met last week help the tree in netting Its

made during his campaign, and Pratt booklet also carried Prof. G P. Young principal."It of Dickens, and proved the and made an estimate of share of the fertilizerCall

that his personal style of living and communicating : Carter also took this opportunity to testimony from Dr. Tate perfect foil in hat shop damages to our crops and
Powell, local physician and supports a local livestock This report ill be me or come 11If you
with others has not been ask Congress for authority to restructure "surgeon for the Florida newspaper the Weekly forwarded through appropriate have questions about 'pecans,

affected by crossing the wide gulf that the Federal bureaucracy to Railway and Navigation Co." Florida Telegraph of which .< :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::':::::.:::.:::':'::fo:':;:':: channels of the C'SDA or would like to have a I copy of
heretofore separated the people from promote greater efficiency and (It the railroad I from Moore & Webb are : andI hl'n evaluated may' our Pecan Production Guide

their President It was plain that in spiteof economy. There is some indication that Fernandina to Cedar Key. proprietors. There are two :\$k 1: 1ETIR.1Ns'tl'F'AllSr : : : :j: mean that help may be

this could about his first running through Starke) good hotels, one being a brick :-:: William S. lla.n ::: available from the L'SDA for
taking up residence!' in the White request bring and there ;; bv
stating that "The town of building, are :; livestock feed.Probablyy .
House, :Mr. Carter is still conscious of serious who Democrats. But if The of :::1:= ServiceOfficerf {Si:: the greatest needat !
he is, and his humble beginnings. Congressmenare record unexcelled. Dr. houses. want stores :}= ref
He knows that he i'l. after all, an as !sensitive public sentiment as Powell wrote: felt a few years since, is now the present t tune is for hay
American citizen who had to be they will think well supplied there being not Veterans Administration for cattle. Most farms and I'r.list's\
the fortune they are supposed ,
good bare
ranches and have
"Starke, Bradford County less than thirty-eight, besideswhCClwright's mental health services be are no Nurses: \l 1'lisone
can
to he elected President twice before thwarting Mr. Carter in .
and he
isn'ttrying roughage or grazing
green
blacksmith's,
Fla is situated on the line of extended to family membersof \\ always'' hear about the
to kid anyone least of all himself. this endeavor.The railroad running from carpenter's and tinsmith's veterans, but only under available. Hay supplies are Uid of t the human race never

Fernandma (Atlantic coast)) shops, and a saw-mill near the circumstances which are also exhausted in many areas t the good{ 1 guess people would
President is asking for power to on the north to Cedar! Kl'Ys.on !>station which furnishes all carefully spelled out in the Other feeds however, are rather. hear about some

Although the. stress, in this first eliminate or consolidate agencies except the south The location is varieties of finished lumber Veterans Omnibus HealthCare available for a price. Corn murder spree than !somebody
person extremely favorable to health. needed in the erection of tasty, Act of 1976. citrus pulp, citrus or cane who devotes I heir life
'' to
-to person chat, was on voluntary full cabinet departments on his frame buildings." molasses and other feeds
helping peopleWelI.
measures to cope with the energy crisis. own initiative, subject only to Congressional "Being situated on the The law, enacted Oct. 21, appear to be ample but most
elevated backbone of the cattlemen ill need loans to I would like to t take a
:Mr. Carter tell approval. Some Democrats, (Fiiamnty FederalKltTlsOffutr
was obviously trying to 1976. authorizes mental health purchase these feeds to finish second! In toll about. some
the American people something when he including the chairman of the committeethat hundred Florida and peninsula eighty feet above one services, consultation professional wintering their herd people who do just I that I
!
!*'
said, "The amount of energy now being will consider the proposal, believe the ocean, and surrounded on counseling and moan the nurses at lake

wasted, w hich could !lit saved, is greater that Congress should act affirmativelyon every side by an almost unbroken At Annual MeetS training for family membersof medical Mr R'arrenCarv'er. County Butler prison, who take care
veteran receiving Executive Director of ASCS of all the medical needs ofIt.ODD
than the total energy we are importing| its own reorganization plan. But pine forest, stretchingfrom care for a service our !) ,
inmates Florida
from foreign countries"Rut would Congress ACT on its own the Atlantic on the east, G. Denmark and John A. disability, but only if the careis USDA Emergency: \ Board, will in
prison" They are midorstafled. -
to the Gulf of Mexico on thewest Torode of Starke and C.A.
initiative'? its record considered essential to the talk to cattlemen
Judging by past our tonight underpaid but
(just fifty miles in either Pound Jr of Gainesville were
rehabilitation of the
no one should he misled by the this seems doubtful. direction) we get the full elected to serve athreeyear veteran. i Thursday, February The still Ihev are right there when

mild mannered tone of his rl'marklr: S hygienic influences of this term on the board of directorsby Similar health services may meeting w ill be at 7:111: ) p m. in sonifbtHiv needs", help The>

Carter knows that, Wearing sweater and seated vast and primitive pine forest Guaranty Federal Savings instances the Union County Courthouse take care of men\ who have
judging by past performance a by an be authorized in some -
growth Every breeze which and Loan Association of in Lake Butler. been !locked up for to\ :20!( v ears'' ,
stronger measures than voluntarism open fire President Carter gave the impression for family membersof which really gout tricky but
this
sweeps over pristine Gainesville at its annual
may have to be used before that he wishes to keep in frequent forest comes to us laden With meeting/! of members January connected veterans disabilities with nonservice-, a VA Mr. Can'erI ill discuss still tho.v smile. Because of the

: I some Americans; wake up to the seriousness personal touch with run-of-the- the peculiar balsamic odorsof 29. spokesman said. Family care what programs and great needs these onion

of the situation' and begin! to con mill Americans. The atmosphere was as the pine, with its accom- will be provided on an out- available assistance to that our cattlemenfrom may be Mm1l'timl'Sork 10-11 I I hours

serve.Vithout a policy that compels' far away from the "imperial presidency"of panying life-giving, health- On the same date. Harold K. patient basis in those cases USDA at the present dav. with no ovortime.

conservation (such stiff tax Richard Nixon Pleasekel'p restoring principle ozone or Davis manager of the Starke where it \is deemed essential in time. All cattlemen are urgedto I know there will ho people
as a on "gasoline as we can get. purified which the branch of Guaranty Federal
r oxygen release of veteran whnsa that
effecting a attend the they are coddling!
) ; motorists will continue their it that Mr. President. meeting to getany
many way, pine is known to generate and was promoted to vice from a hospital. question answered about the prisoners instead of being
r which accounts for the bene- president by the board of hard like
these programs or to find out in the old davs'"
ficial effects to be derived by directors. Legal guardians or an In- for Granted the hate.
if
prisons
they qualify assistance.
those suffering from lung dividual In whose householdthe
ORID.4 B F M izel I.J r.. president of certifies In- come a long way and they are
C0t troubles from a residence veteran an
Guaranty Federal advised Incidentally, the County not anywhere:! near as rough.
4 among the pines. |tention to live, also may Defense Board is made of hut still a man's medicalneeds .
members that 1976 was up
I N ACtIVI p miliiji pq "To those parents having another good year for the qualify,services for the VA sopkesman mental health ad- ,all,includes county USDA Agencies and must he taken care of

N MeaM1lr children educate, inheritinga association. Mortgage loans ,ded. Services will be limited to j Extension the Cooperative These nurses have a big job
closed the association in Service and the '
tendency to consumption by i those which are essential to which is complicated In-
I<
C asthma bronchitis 1976 totaled 20421061. County Civil Defense doctors who'
> 'a7s catarrh support. rehabilitation of the hardly speak
BOB G FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER bringing the total outstanding .. ;Director. Our Board is
gTON! etc., we would especially recommend veteran. English and equipment that .is'"
Publishers Starke Institute and mortgage loans to $81,138.033: represented by the 10 years old Hurrah for I he

Punished each Thursday and entered as second Class Matter at the Post Office at Mark?, f\a.\ under this locality. Malaria, so rife as of December 31. Complete information of Agricultural Stabilizationand ( nurses. Let's hear more about
I Actof March 3. 1879 in many sections of our I healthcare services available I Conservation Service the people ho help the human
beautiful "Ir. doing this, I feel that we I(to veterans and their dependents :Soil Conservation Service,
A Subscription rate in trade area $7 per year: $4 six months. State is entirely unknown race instead of the 011.I'' 1m
here are' continuing to make a significant be obtained at I'Farmers Home Administration hurt
Outside trade area $8 per year $4 50 sin months ; this is a simple. may any it.
I PhOtleJb4' 63O5> Starke, Fla. indisputable fact. The town of contribution to the 'VA office or from service I' and the County Agent All
Starke can show a health 'economy of the communities ,(officers of the major veterans I of these agencies except FIIA John (lass.",*
record unexcelled." 'which we serve" Mizell said ,(organizations. j are housed In the Agriculture Reception and Medical
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I I I I I I I .1( 'I --- -,-.- Pay Raises At Hospital Depend On Finances .I

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i t Bradford County Hospital's Chairman William Dodd public works grant had not with licensing regulations the expected to give Douglas the
U11 hI ,r licensed practical nurses pointed out the eight percent been approved. Dodd and administrator said. responsibility for obtaining (
,1J f (LPN's) will have to wait for across the board raise was Edmondson expressed hope Edmondson was told to go relief coverage. I
r the board of trustees to see granted to all employees in that an expansion of the pro ahead as soon as possible tc In other business the \
Ikilla6h w how its finances are before October and the recent raise gram by President Carter will have a switch installed on the trustees:
y si additional pay Increases for RN's was because of the enable expansion of the large emergency generator so -Gave annual approval of !
it k ? trPII7ohhnyAPPk any will be considered. critical need to fill those hospital.The it will be available in the eventof the medical staff chief of staff .
i Ij w d That was the word to theLPN's positions. board gave the ap- a power failure. The is to be Carlos Hernandez .
Thursday Jan. /:1. at porval to correct the hospital experienced a break Kiert Sundusadee, secretary '
the monthly meeting of the "We are not going to start deficiencies in the fire mar down in the heating system and attending physicians D D.
trustees to the latest requestfor passing "out raises at every shal's report. The top last week when a fuse blew on Turner J.L. Castillo and J.P.
%, raises. The trusteesdid meeting Dodd said "We priorities on the list total over one transformer coming in to Salazar. II.H. Adams a
pay had to the but
formally approve pay answer crises $37,000 and include a fire door the hospital. Edmondson was change from attending to
for the time being I don't see also instructed to have the air
raises given registered nursesRN's for the nurses lounge a courtesy status.
any chance of getting a rasie sprinkler system in the kitchen conditioning fixed before hot Approved enforcing
Yr ( ) in a special session "
k held December 21. now Dodd said "the and storeroom a dishwashing weather and have a direct existing visiting hours and seta
a After the December raises hospital" is not financially machine with a hot telephone line from the policy for televisions to be
Li- for RN's the LPN's asked for a able. water booster remodel the doctor's offices to the nurses' turned off at 9 p.m. Also approved -
pay increase according to Trustee Inez Green urged central sterile room. The two station installed.A was a microscope ser
Director of Nursing Mike the finance committee to meetto highest priced items are request from the medical vice agreement for $118 year.
Oswalt. He said LPN salariesare discuss the possibility of $18,000 for a nurse call systemand staff for full time coverage by ly for two machines ,
substantially below other raises "in fairness" but the $15,000 for a new auto an anesthetist will bring nego- -Will study a request by the
area hospitals. board decided to wait until the clave.The remaining items on tiations between the present medical staff for the .purchaseof
-I rtt Present at the meetingwere completion of the audit to find the list are to be purchased or anesthetist Ron Douglas and a blood testing machine.
two LPN's who said the out how the finances stand repaired later.Edmondson. Edmondson. Presently Sundusadee told the board
LPN's are doing the work of before discussing more raises. said the Douglas has 45 days off a year that presently blood samplesare
the RN's because of the short licensing inspector made a that must be covered by sent to Atlanta and pur
LIJ r j age of registered nurses. Drs. Kiert Sundusadee and resurvey January 14 of the someone else the hospital chase of the machine would
__ __ Since the raises have been in Carlos Hernandez offered a hospital. Deficiences noted must Ret to cover those days save time if the work was done
effect only one part time possible solution to raises by last August have been Douglas' $25,000 a year con at the hospital and bring in
nurse has been hired and the urging the board to collect the corrected and the hospital is tract expires March 1 revenue of around $1,000
/ other RN's have continued to money owed to the hospital in "substantial compliance" Revisions of the contract are monthly
over $100,000 and followingthe
double shifts. .
cover .
practices of other
One LPN present said she
.,- --- was making $3.35 per hour hospitals requiring a payment '
before people are accepted as
with five the years other employmentand said she patients. T G Y

Among the first local youths joining the Johnny Appleseed Junior Ecology Club by opening a received $2.97 per hour after Administrator R.D. Ed 11I11I &: IIIIIst4
savings account with the Starke branch office of (Guaranty Federal Savings and Loan are the one and a half years employ mondson told the board the
Brown triplets Joily Jennifer and Jason. The Johnny Appleseed Club sponsored by Guaranty ment. Some of the RN's it was hospital had received official
Federal is open to all youngsters ages six to 13, and seeks develop interest in community felt were the "rejects" from word January 4 that the application
ecology as well as the habit of sating. larger hospitals. for $779,000 in a
The Brown triplets children of:Mr. and :Mrs. Marvin Brown of Starke are shown receiving "fun $
kits" from Jan :McKae,new accounts clerk at the Starke branch of Guaranty Federal. Reduced Speed Cuts Deathsto family centers


Federal Offers TALLAHASSEE Slowpoke impede or block the normal

Guaranty contribute with drivers the flow indirectly who of do traffic not to move often ac and speed traffic reasonable is except necessary when movement for reduced safe of (]([ (]( (](](] 0(LLLa(! (


Johnny Appleseed ProgramThe cidents says the Florida operation or in compliancewith SHOPPING ClCENTER
Highway Patrol. the law. 301 S. Starke, ridi }
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"As better weather bringsthe .

Starke branch office of spark interest in community sented to youngsters openinga opportunity for many The Patrol urges slower
Guaranty Federal Savingsand ecology efforts. savings account. kinds of activity traffic Increases drivers to keep watch in their
Loan Association began a Among the first local and the pace quick rearview mirror and either Increase
new savings incentive pro Various gifts will be given to youngsters joining the Johnny ens. Slower drivers should their speed to that of CB'ers.
deserving account holders on watch traffic conditions and the normal flow'of traffic
gram for area youngsters Appleseed Ecology Club or .
earlier this week. a monthly basis through the through the Starke Guaranty avoid impending the normal pull off the roadway when
program which is available Federal Savings and Loan flow of traffic. Impatient they see traffic beginning to
The new savings incentive through all Guaranty Federal office were the Brown drivers often react by taking "pile up" behind them. Slower

program entitled "Johnny branch offices.Decorative triplets- Jody, Jennifer and unnecessary chances and traffic should ,keep right on GET IN
Appleseed Junior Ecology items including Jason the children of Mr. and cause accidents" says four-lane highways. l
Club," is open to youngsters calendars iron-on-patches Mrs. Marvin Brown of Starke. Colonel Eldridge Beach .
between the ages of six and 13. and other gifts promoting the The children incidentally director of the patrol. ,
and seeks to teach childrenthe ecology portion of the newly will celebrate their seventh Florida law prohibits k&ow your'
habit of saving and also adopted program are pre. birthdays February 28. driving at such slow speeds as f

COMMUNITY ----A-. TUNE with




By Elizabeth (;livens Walker r} '+ ;

DELL CHAPTER 168 O.E.S. ANTIOCII MISSIONARY Tuesday night Prayer asked to attend. Sunday 4Ochannels
BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Meeting 7:30: Wednesdaynight School 9:30: Morning Worship KErEA'alfJ.:
Dell Chapter 168 O.E.S. will Dennis Strong pastor. Tarrying Service 7:30: 11 a.m., 3 p.m. Tfle Deacon .
hold its regular meeting Thursday night, Prayer. Friday night Bible Study. and Deaconess Anniversary
Thursday night in the Masonic Sunday School 10 a.m.. Sunday School 10 a.m., will be held 4:34: p.m. Communion
Hall on Brownlee Street at 8 Morning Worship 11 a.m.. Morning Worship 11 a.m., Service.
p.m. All members are invitedto Evening Worship 6:30.: Evening Worship 7:30.: PLEASANT GROVE AND THE SHOCK
attend. CHUKCII OF GOD ICllltiST. Visitors are welcome. :MT. MORIAII UNITED ISGONE
Elder D.R. MT. ZIOSI.E.! CHURCH PARISH Rev.
SCIIOOL NEWS Williams pastor. Sunday CHURCH. Rev. Richard Willie Stitt pastor. Pleasant Have you ever walked
School 9:30: a.m.. Morning Bethel pastor. Sunday School Grove every first and second across a carpet and
Night Life That Pays" Worship 11:30. YPVV'W 5:30: 10 a m., Morning Worship 11 Monday night Young Adult received a "Shock?" This
pm., Evening Worship 6 p.m. a m., Lovef east Service 4 p.m. Choir rehfersal 7:30: p.m. was not unusual I in years
The Bradford County Adult Thursday Bible Band 5 p.m. Communion Service. Tuesday light 7:30: Young past but manufacturers
Education Program is now G; R E A T E: R ALLEN. GOJ'SIIHACLE: & DE- Junior Choir:: rehearsal attacked this problem of
seeking applicants to fill the ( II.PEL1.: .":. (CHURCH LIVERANCE OUTREACH Wednesday night Prayer static electricity and
position in making a better life Hev. KG. Heastie. pastor. FOItLL PEOPLE CHURCH Meeting. Thursday night successfully solved it by AAlDLALMD
for you. Tuesday night Prayer OF GOD & HOLINESS, INC.:\ Bible Study 7:30.: Sunday weaving a fine metal wire
The program is designed to Meeting and Class Meeting Elder Singleton, pastor. Scholl 10 a.m., 11 a.m. the into the yarn. The wire is JsW Wim INTERNATIONAL
give a continuous education to 730.: Sunday School 10 a m.. Sunday School 10 a.m., United\ Methodist Women will so tiny that it cannot be
those who have not had the Morning Worship 11 a.m., Morning Worship 11 a.m., nwet. All women are asked to seen in the completed
opportunity to attend school or with the Junior Church in Evening Worship 7:30.: attend. carpet. MODEL 7788240Channel
receive high school diplomas. charge. Monday night Prayer Band 1'1T.IOIUAII.! Prayer These minute wires are
There is no age limit or skill Stewardess Board no. 3 is meeting 730.: Thursday night Meeting Tuesday night 7:30.: not located in every row
limit. The program offers sponsoring a lien-Age Tea Prayer Meeting 7:30.: Friday Sunday School 9:30.: The of yarn, but are spaced in 1481ham'
reading writing spelling Sunday. Feb. 13. at 3 p.m. night Bible Study 7:30.: Sunday Communion Stewards are to such a way as to control
arithmetic, and all subjects at Come out and join in our HYPU 5:30. Visitors are attend the Deacon and static electricity and save
all levels. worship service. A token will welcome. Deaconess anniversary 3 p.m. you from being
t
This program is designed be given to the oldest lady EBENEZER MISSION. Choir rehearsal will be held "shocked.
for the people in Bradford present and to the youngest ARY BAPTIST CHURCH, Wednesday night before the We keep up with the
County in order to help them lady present. Also on Feb. 11, Rev. L.R. Davis pastor. third Sunday Feb. 16. latest developments in
selves. For further information Friday night there will be a Prayer Meeting Thursday carpets and have a
concerning Adult Education Sweetheart Affair at the Reno night 730830.: : Sunday' School tremendous selection.
call the Bradford Union Recreation Center. Come and 10 a.m. Three p.m. all See the latest styles and
Vo-Tech Center 964-6150 or bring your Sweetheart. For members are asked to attend colors in our shop.
Shiann Anderson 964-7136. additional information, the Deacons and Deaconess t e- *iQLPAm ,
contact !Miss Audrey M. anniversary at New Bethel. Teal TileCarpet
CHL'HCII NEWSST. Griffin. NEW BETIIEI/ Rev. L.R.
FREE CANAAN TRUE Davis pastor. F/day night a There is more iron in three
JOIl 'S :MISSIONARY Clll'KCH OFGOIJIN UNITY business meeting will be heldat large eggs than in three
BAPTIST CHURCH. Rev Elder Sampson White pastor. 7 p.m. All members are ounces of tuna. 964.7423 Starke. Fla
I
Willie Huffman, pastor. --.
Monday noon Prayer Band GENERAL
meeting. Wednesday 5:30: REVENUE
ACTUAL USE
Bible Study and Prayer SHARING REPORT 0GENERAl

Meeting. Thursday 6:30.: p m.:

Choir rehearsal. Friday night GENERAL REVENUE SHARING PROVIDES FEDERAL FUNDS DIRECTLY TO LOCAL AND STATE GOVERNMENTS YOUR GOVERNMENT MUST PUBLISH
business meeting 7 p.m. All THIS REPORT ADVISING YOU HOW THESE FUNDS HAVE BEEN USED OR OBLIGATED DURING THE YEAR FROM JULY 1. 1978. THRU DECEMBER 31.
members are asked to attend. 1976 THIS IS TO INFORM YOU OF YOUR GOVERNMENT PRIORITIES AND TO ENCOURAGE YOUR PARTICIPATION IN DECISIONS ON HOW FUTURE
with FUNDS SHOULD BE SPENT NOTE: ANY COMPLAINTS OF DISCRIMINATION IN THE USE OF THESE
Sunday School 10 a.m., FUNDS MAY .E lENT TO THE OFFICE OF
REVENUE SHARING WASHINGTON. 0 C. 20228.
Supt. Chris Hamilton in
charge. Morning Worship. 11 ACTUAL EXPENDITURES (Include Obllgellona) THE GOVERNMENTAl

a m., Evening Service 3. p m. CATEGORIESBI( (ICIOPERATINGI I MAINTENANCE OF LAWTEY CIT...
Visitors are always welcome.
has'ecened General Revenue ShS"1g Mobile with
I PUBLIC SAFET'
FIRST BORN CHURCHOF
S
S payments 10lall"ll !I 2 ,3O
TilE LIVING: COD, Elder
S.V. Cohens pastor. Second 1 PROTECTION ENVIRONMENTAL' S S du"nD Ihe perIod from July 1. 1978 Ihu December 31. 1978 Switchable ANL, Noise BlankerFull

and fourth Sundays regular 17
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pastoral services. Tuesday TRANSPORTATION S S
night 7:45 Prayer Service. LAWTEV CITY 4-watt output power lighted S/RFO meter channel

Friday night Tarrying Ser HE"LTH S S CIT',' CLERKP transmitter, plus dual converdial..

vices. Sunday School 10:30: 0 DFUHIER G sion superheterodyne receiverP.A.. switch delivers 3 watts .
a.m., Morning Worship. 11 I RECREATION' S S LAIJTE'l FLORIDir 'f' 320ESS with tuned RF stage active audio power to optional P.A.
a.m., YPCW. 6 p.m., Evening k
Worship. 7:45.: LIBRARIES' S S automatic gain control. speaker external CB switch
.
MACEDONIAFREEVILL:\ Advanced Phase Lock Loop directs CB reception to P.A.
7 SOCIAL' SERVICES
BAPTIST. FOR AGEOOR POOR s S synthesizer. speaker.
CHURCH Rev. J.N. Butler 6 FINANCIAL' Delta tuning, full.range"OmniPower" operation of
pastor. Wednesday night ADMINISTRATION' S S variable squelch control. 12 volts DC. positive.or
and Bible
Study Prayer Thursday Meeting night Com- 9 GENERAL MULTIPURPOSE: GOVT AND s ti'IC : _n_ _W tMNj'_ Antenna warning light shows. negative ground plug-in. DC
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Sunday School. 10 a.m.. EDUCATION S :: Morning Worship 11 a.m.. ,. Balance as of June 30. 19711 S 1390I

Evening Worship 5. p m. SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT S :.. ...\ 'tJ.;; .i't:*." 2 Revenue Sharing Funds : ,330
GREATER ...U\\ ILLBETIILEII.I .. Receved, 'hoer July I. 1976 Ihu December 31. 1976 I
: BAPTIST .2 M HOUSING UNITY, OEYELOPMENi a coM S ":;e:;;<:<:'S: CHURCH. Rev Jasper :. ., 0' Ced"ed" (July I,1976 Ihtu December 31. 1976)) 1DEVELOPMENT 127.88F
13 ::: ; "''''<: :>>,*::
Williams pastor Monday S c \;:::a ;,::::- 'i.::::. 4 FunGI Released from Obhg.uons' (IF ANY) 1 _

night Tiny Tots rehearsal. 14 OTHER ISpec,,,, ::s\:;:::.:::,,:,:..:, Wi',: : ;:'::'-;::""':>::';:'. 5. Sum 01 lines 1. 2. 3. 4 -l ..22QLOO
Tuesday night, Prayer S '""' ';';"::' ,<:
Meeting. Wednesday night II Funds Returned 10 ORS (IF ANY) I

Senior Choir rehearsal. IS TOTAlS 7. Total FundS Available INONDISCA'MINA 1S&v',AOVCATISIO MIACHANOISt POUCTC. ..--
Thursday night. Story Hour at S S -,...
will I Total Amount Expended cbt .e,1i.araleaoftI',1d.I...d # WeWill, Benrrlr ,
the church.: All meetings liON RfOUIREMENTS BEEN MET I /
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l'agel2A TELEGRAPH .'t'bruaryI0.1977


For Starke Zoning Board

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I'' It's F-R-U S '-R -A TING I Iby




Pat Honour vities of board members as operating with only two or zoning board and the city made to look like an idiot," hopes for citizen participationin chairman Al Crosby be The city is currently
BCT Staff Writer they tried to do their job. three members due to council when the council over- said Mrs. Capps working toward a comprehensive spokesman for the group. working with the Northi
Minutes and correspondence resignations and before new rode the objections of the "The zoning ordinancesdon't land use plan. Crosby said if the city ha I i Florida Regional Planning
kept at city hall members were appointed by zoning board to place a mobile have teeth in them," she "We must have citizen turned zoning over to the' Council on a comprehensive
council. home at the Police declared, and added that partof for a fee of$3,600 thai; land is the
"Frustrating" is the one show that over the past years the city request of ," said. county use plan as county.
participation
word used by past and present the zoning board has had a The minutes, kept formally Chief Jimmy Bowen. the problem Is that the city First last, and Epps always the cost would have been cover I These plans must be submitted
members of the Starke Zoning hard time keeping a full five since June 1973, show the Former board memberMrs. "is living in the dark ages as Is that the by permit fees and would have! to thestate by July 1979
Board to describe the acti- member board, sometimes board has had eight resignations Ed (Marguerite) Hall, a far as zoning is concerned." should principle make the plans.people provided a full time director,J along with plans for solid
since then up to the latestin charter member of the board Mrs. Capps thinks the city Mrs. Capps said in thE utilities
advocates waste disposal, ,
December 1976.A when it was originated In was not working quickly Epps "plans beginning she was opposed t tc\ and
made lowest
at the housing transportation.
lack of ordinances that April 1955, said the situation enough toward a compre- possible the consolidation of the twc
MIKE MITCHELLVAR are up to date, especially regarding "got to be untenable" and "I hensive land use plan and favored level the city level. Epps boards and felt the city "could' The county has taken over
INC. mobile homes is one said, I had had enough." Mrs. moved only when forced to bya board rather a separate than turning city zoning the do its own," but came to the I the planning for Lawtey.s ,
HEYL LINCOLN MERCURY of the headaches that have Hall resigned from the boardin legislative mandate.Mrs. duties to the realization that it requires full 1 Brooker and Hampton and is
,
over county
been facing zoning board the fall of 1973. Hall concurs that the time attention. The city hafinal 1 presenting plans for those
Fla. that it mightbe
Gainesville although
2201 N. Main St. members. Currently the five member board was estab- fearing authority over the zoning areas to those councils in
dollar the and ;
board is approving mobile "From the very beginning, lished "when a mobile home wise city board and decided at that time
III!! I u.'J.. ... homes on special permits one of the things we had to do was an oddity and there was county zoning plans "mightnot not to delegate its authority t tc 1 January. L.M. Gaines,
372-4251 .. TBBBHI.. 372-4251 allowing the placing of mobile was write zoning"laws and no sort of mobile home arrive at the same place. the county even though the> director of county planning,
homes on a one shot basis until zoning ordinances, said Mrs. parks." Resigned members of the city council still would have s said the county and Starke
that mobile home is moved, Mall. The original ordinances "Every year we said we board are more outspoken of a maintained final say so. would work together to
"More Cars For More People when a permit must again be adopted in 1955 were on 16 would sit down and set new, lack of cooperation by the city Board members serv; develop zoning in areas wheret
applied for.Mobile mimeographed pages and needed rules and regulations, council and city clerk,and not without compensation, bu t city and county join.
Than Anyone Else" n+ homes brought a have been incorporated into but month after month enough action and progress. Crosby thinks all members o
confrontation between the the Code of Ordinances for the passed," said Mrs. Hall. Manyof the board are dedicated an 1 Gaines terms mobile homes
"Horse and rules
City of Starke and with only the members dropped out buggy says he stays because "I art i the housing of the future when
said Mrs. Hall she
one minor revision in 1972 because of the ineffectivenessof as determined to get somethin g conventional housing will no
have remained the same. the board, she added.At described how they operated, accomplished, to make sorm I longer be affordable. He sees
and lack of citizen
According to Mrs. Hall, the one time Starke zoning "We a give all those hours concern.and contribution to better plan 1 in the future "clustering" of
original board, composed of board members discussed nobody cares," she states. ning and zoning for the city.' mobile homes rather than
TG& YttR S.G. Denmark, Foster Shi combining forces with the Turnover on the board for th', placed individually where
: Smith, A.J. Thomas, Orie Bradford County Zoning Recently reappointed for a past two years has been foul r they waste heat and energy
Wiggins, Emily Feeney and Board. five year term, Donald Wainwright members that Crosby car| but not placed in long lines of a
Mrs. E.K. Perryman, was "We wanted to do that very agrees, "We did not remember. mobile home park.
organized to name streets and much, but the city held back, have the same problems in
number houses at the requestof Mrs. Hall said. Zoning board 1960 that we have now."Wain- Frank Broaclw Dies In Wreck
members felt that by joining / ay
the Starke Business and wright said a definite set of
family centers Professional Women's Club, forces or "consolidating" with ordinances, a need for a land
to begin house to house mail the county there would not be use plan, and lack of citizen After Apparent.t: Heart Attack
delivery, and it became the an overlap of zoning areas. involvement hampers the
Starke Zoning Board. Merrill Edwards,city clerk, of the board.A .
action
zoning A 62-year-old Starke man, was investigated by Trapper
defends the ordinances
Li;(i L.I! !II U;Il 11 L!.(iJf I.! Latest member of the "not outdated", but very muchup as former member of both South H.C. (Frank!Myrtle) Street Broadway, died of in 202 a Calvin homicide Pace investigator and FLIP
zoning board to resign in December to date. If the City of city and county zoning boards,
Mrs. Broward Starke and others would abide Pat Farnsworth said single car accident on SK 100 Trooper M.E. Richardson.
Starke Fla Sh'P, Cerle 301 S. at the rest stop 2'a' miles east In a accident.
((Clair) Capps, said by the zoning ordinances, we "whatever you do in zoning separate
"Although the zoning board would have the most effective will make somebody mad." of Lake Butler at 4:15: a.m. Sunday, also investigated by
members worked in harmony zoning ordinances for the He resigned because of a con- Sunday, Feb. 6. FIIP troopers, a Daytona
together there was an under people's interest," he said. flict of interest, clients of his The wreck is thought to Beach man was charged with
current with the city council." In October the city council would have to come before the have occurred after Broad- failure to have his vehicle
VALENTINE GIFTS established a 15 member board asking for zoning way suffered a heart attack. A under control in the wake of a
'The zoning board was planning board to "help set changes. Farnsworth declined paper carrier for the Gaines- two truck traffic mishap on
guidelines for zoning board comment on the effectivenessof ville Sun, Broadway was on SK 100 at the entrace to he-
the board. his way to Lake Butler to Bradford County dump near
action, Edwards added.
A New Service!
deliver when the accident
papers Keystone Heights.
board
The planning held its
FOR LOVERS
occurred. Tebo Tompkins, Bfi, of Day
first meeting January 13 to Carl Haile, in his second
Broadway is the former tona Beach, was issued the
select a chairman and vice- year as a member, terms the
WATT chairman who will not be board, "a nice owner and operator of the traffic citation when his 1973:
'' 1200 zoning group.
'.uu'- B&G Truck US Ford truck
Stop on 301 pickup struck the
Superior I elected officials. Planning Long-term member,
\IIIIIIIIIlilllt- Joyce south of Starke.Broadway's .
f\ ; STYLING board member and city Hiherd, declined comment, Ford rear of a 24yearold :Mclroseresident's
1962 Ford
: HIliH pickup as
.. councilman Harold Epps preferring to let board
T -- ,u :;;: DRYER 1 station wagon, west bound at it slowed to enter the access
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TL -/1 Variable heat & air settings. 5 at I r estimated 50 mph. left thepavement
tachments. for loiir YWl'lltlllL1 MHeheH'if and traveled some Both \'l'hicl'sl'rp! westbound
r 11f//; ) 302 feet along the edge of the at the time of (the mishap

''I 21.88 Store roadway before crashing around 5 p m. Sunday
Drug
< (lt\ JL: I !' 'DO Lifetime Jl/omu-nj/ ; P tiilrruurll /_ through a wire fence, then Tompkins was not injured in
'. I. OH 964 '810 traveled another 24 feet the accident, nor were t the
..-.. striking a sign post, continuedfor 1 occupants of the other vehicle
: another 58 feet bclore involved, Robert C. Stapleton
-- Guarantee t A RED FOIL HEART hitting a barrier fence post and! his wife and one child.
II I IB f 3'SJuIkrs and finally came to rest some However th'I'eas extensive
HAMILTON BEACH .Coviu (FTJU.LIFETIME WAMANTY) 18 feet beyond the fence post. damage to Tompkins' truck

oh the muffler.tailpipe. i Broadway's automobile some $11I"orth.) Damage to I
sustained an estimated $150 the Staple-ton vehicle was
damage in the accident, which estimated! at $.">(11>
LITTLE
exhaust SATIN HEART 1113 f945R1o5LQ
pipe Blood Pressure
MAC@FAST
and labor! Tii\ia| > IT. Sin HI lil
COOKERCooks Clinic Sat.

burgersand (for as long as sCv1NDIES t .y Free blond pressure checks If l'tl tI..1 W.2'.

sandwiches you own your car) sponsored by the Bradford Florida taxpayers w ho have
in 60 sec Handles 14 .47 ASS.'RIlI': County IImplt.11111 he given not received their Form U'-2
with lock loops .ztoellj
+ H'I ," Saturday from 10 a.m. toI (Wage and Tax Statement i
I I I III r ,>< p in. at Bradlord ;bare. are advised by the Internal

llj 1'111\ JULIETTE aL Demonstrations and leaching Revenue Service to contact
on curdio pulmonary their employer immediatelyDeadline
II'' resuscitation for emergency for employers to
AM-FM FMSTEREO I' JOHNSON AUTO CENTEREast treatment will be given( and send out the statements was
Tpp m r other' equipment will I- there January 31.
Highway 100 for the public to ask questions If, after contacting the

8 TRACK Lake Geneva ;t bout.Kveryoni. employer, the Form W-2 is not
&I 1 i ; is urged 1 to drop
904.473.4117 received by February 13. persons -
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PLAYER I 'C505-50 J J by for a blood pressure check.' may call the IRS tax In-
I formation number lor
Air suspension 'I i ispeaker ,
system.' ,,. assistance in obtaining the
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wu vj ynamic i'i | _- ; ,I Y
microphones I''I --,? some cases, if the Form
..t'I} est. i -. I W.21s not received by April 13,
99.77 : + the taxpayer will be advised to
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..--,... ... .. I file a return including the
-- -- income received and tax withheld -
I and the person should
attach a statement showinghow
Ffifl the amounts were computed -
INSPECTIONSTICKLER.
DELUXE according to Charles (O
F] II / FLOOR DeWitt. IRS district directorfor
Florida. Should a Form W-
Lru i MODELSPEAKERSl 2 be received later and the

I I 1_ I I I amounts differ an amended
,I i return Form 1040X, must be
8 ohm. 25 watt j filed to correct the tax return.

T.G.&Y. foam front 29"HX i i16"W DeWitt added.Chiles'(\.
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Just because someone drives a Finally,of course, there's the medicare social, workman's security.compensation

<3i {HAMILTON BEACH fertilizer spreader across your fields fertilizer he spreads. or some other

ioviu*, doesn't mean you're getting the job It's quality too.We're federal agency If so, now is
done sticklers about your chance to tell your prob-
right. that as
,just lems directly to a represen-
It takes training experience, and we are about the qualifications of our tative of Senator Lawton

frequent equipment checks. drivers. Chiles

And this !is what you get when So if you want good fertilizeryou Bo Johnson, Chiles'
assistant, will be in Bradford
BUTTER UP have a Gold Kist farm hand do spread right, talk to a Gold Kist farmhand County next Thursday Feb-
.ee.e3
your spreading. at your Farmers Mutual ruary 17 He will be in Starke

'! CORN POPPER FRY BUCKET He's been to driver training Exchange. from 1 1:30:: p m. until 2:30: p.m.
in the Commissioner'sConference
JOOO County
school. Ours. Gold Kist.
4 qt capacity No stick Automatic control Room number 129
I lining Gold avocado l And he doesn't hit the road until Good things for the farm located in the Bradford
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stick he's learned all about things like swath and from the farm. County Courthouse."I .

widths,driving speeds,turns,cornering, know many people are
encountering delays and other
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Insulated cool tip Non fertilizers and liquid nitrogen and social security, medicare andworkman's

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I .a32-; clip. He's got to know his vehicle, too. "I. hope people will drop by

I How to keep it in good running order. to talk with Bo about their

How to calibrate problems or to express their

y Gillette _rSUPER CURL COMPACT CURLER mechanism and correct thewhenever EXCHANGE views on current legislation."

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periodic follow-up check-ups. Wi February 10, The CUBB
to it ..'' .. It's like having your driver's Agency Is offering 1976 in-

I : :;: : license renewed every little while. come tax) assistance to elderly -
i i handicapped and low
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I 1976 Tornado Gridders Honored r At All-Sports Club Football BanquetUniversity .1


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of Florida Coach Knotts said there are allow personal feelings to rule games, compile a 35-8 record
assistant head football coach no such things as a practice his actions over the past seasons and
and defensive coordinator speed and a game speed The Gator coach also noted never lose on their home fieldin
Don Knotts headlined the saying if you pace yourself in there is no room for "locker Gainesville. Knotts said
annual All-Sports Club foot. practice sessions you are room lawyers" on successful Florida Field has surpassed ." t'
ball banquet as featured likely to pace yourself in the teams. The person constantly Auburn's home turf among 1 I
speaker when club members actual contest. second guessing the coach is a teams in the SEC as the '
gathered to honor 1976 Brad Knotts said year-round liability for the team efforts hardest to collect a win on.
ford High gridders at the athletic competition insures Knotts said. "Now if we could just do that I
Starke Golf and Country Club top conditioning, which he Knotts said another liability in Jacksonville" Knotts .t
last Thursday. noted as another necessary is the player who lets down his mused.
Coach Knotts told the trait of the good football team with ineligibility due to "Frustrating" was the r
Tornado gridders six player, as are a desire to poor grades. single word term Knotts usedin .,l
elements are necessary for an improve and the ability to describing last season's '11:1
individual to become a good think under fire. KNOTTS ON GATOKS Florida-Georgia clash. "After
football player concentration The 1976 Sun Bowl episode Directing his remarks to the the game the band the <

heart, attitude modesty involving Wes Chandler's performance of the 1976 University players and coaches were e'
practice and sacrifice the emotional outburst in spikingthe of Florida football all upset" Knotts said.
first letters of which form the ball at the feet of an overly team, Knotts likened the Knotts said he hopes BHS ,
word CHAMPS. ..v aggressive defensive back Gators to the Tornado grid senior Jimmy Clark, who recently -

The veteran Gator coach was used as an example of ders "worked up to get a look signed with Florida,
said good players are coach- what Knotts described as a at the championship then lost will play on a team that wins
able in that they can take need to control personal It." the SEC championship. In """
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criticism a quality he said feelings and rather contributeto Knotts tells critics of the addition to Knott's speech, ,
applied to all endeavors, team support. He said 1976 Gator team it was the items on the banquet agendalast + r /

possess a competitive spirit, Chandler, if presented with a first group of Florida seniorsto Thursday included the I a I Ih
and are willing to practice. similar situation, would not ever enter three major bowlItradford presentation of awards to out I
standing players a quick
c recap of the season by Coach
t David Hurse the introduction I A I r

of players, recognition of -- ,--

All cheerleaders Club and remarks by Outstanding Bradford High( Irlddl'rllroudly display. awards lineman of the jean: Erie: HiKK-. defensive I back of the year,
SpoHarold Godwin. President received\ during the annual All-Sports Club football banquet Jeffrey. Jockel. ollrnsive lineman of the year; \\lIic'llIill" ',
I (
h..ldlat Thursday at the Slarkp Golf and Country ('llIh. most iiuprove(l pla\er: Andrew.. Curler, cii-offensiv e buck of the

year: Jimmy I'revutt. co-offensive buck of the year: und Steve
AWARDS Award winners are, lIl'rt.o( right: Jimmy Clark defensive Earnest: sportsmanship; award winner .

Special awards were pre-

sented to seven outstanding scholarship award in memoryof
players in six areas. Jimmy former BUS football player
Prevatt quarterback, and Ronnie Allen.
Andrew Carter, running back Earnest joins a long list of
were named co-offensive recipients of the annual award
Backs of the Year by Coach Dr. in
Houpt recognition ol f
Tornado Hurse, who offensive supervises backfield.the outstanding sportsmanship1IOI.I.1IMY lCiiigf
( pl1
Jeffry Jockel, center was:
3: named Offensive Lineman of f IIONOKF.U) )

-Yr the Year by Coach Ted Jor-
nov Erie Biggs, cornerback, A special award was pre
was tapped for Defensive sented to Arthur II. "Doc"
Hack of the Year honors by Holliday by the BUS coaching
Y f, w Coach Denny Hanson. Jimmy staf( for 25 years of dedicated ;
Clark named Defensive service as timekeeper at all Second Section ..
was ..b.IO.t171!
Lineman of the Year by Coach home BUS football and Pages IB-UK 01YJ'U!' (: 0 J '

!Mike Sexton who also pre basketball games. Coach this
sented the !Most Improved I Hurse athletic director at
i Iligh'l'llat'hhlg staff presents A.II. "Due" llollidav with a handsome trophy-clock (Player award to lineman I Bradford High presented
in appreciation of 2:> years I of volunteer service us timekeeper at HI IS home football. and basket- Waiscel limes Holliday a handsome trophy-
hall games: during the' awards |portion of the annual All-Spoils' Club fixilh.ill l>aniurl.| llolluluvstepped The \1976-77 Dr. Calvin J clock, double masted with Tornadoes downed the
down, iis official timekeeper. after the 25>car \oliinleer term at (be close. of the IIITIi!! .. football Houpt Sportsmanship trophy football and basketball player Springs'previously team.Turnovers undefeated. Tarpon

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season.lllls figures and told the audiencethat
went to tight end Steve
athletic director laill Nurse presents the award In llollid.iv, with'furuaduclnlches' l""'11' The is Holliday had stepped hurt in the ;,
Earnest. trophy accompanied -
quarter finals loss to Ocala
... Iiokingon. n
uyMansell/bkeSevbnrandReddy'ii\ : by a $1,000 I down as official timekeeper Forest, which concluded the ,
herewith the close of the past
football season according to Coach
season. Hurse. I
In' presenting the award Coach Hurse introducedeach ,
Coach Hurse noted that although
IS YOUR HOMEUNHAPPY -
he was offered customary member of the varsity J (
football squad, first by name l
payment for his dutiesas
The then by team nickname, some f
Magic timekeeper Holliday had
I I ? appropriate, some not so
and.had never accepted served any the payment 25 year appropriate all humorous. fI
Team KelvinCruger's
term out of manager
Needle community service
brief comedy rout ine Fv
DO YOU HA VI... only.
prompted Coach Burse'scomment ,4
Fussing and Nagging Holliday thanked Coach that there had not (
A 0 1517 Bessent; Road Hurse and his staff and said
"' been dull moments
Disagreement Over the award will always occupya many
964-6300 964-5149 T Money? prominent place in his home during Randall Keames the past season.also "

Incompatibility 'In Sex? and serve to remind him of thepeopielie this was a
.*. hasi-had the varsity manager yearJVCltlDDKItSHONOKKI:
opportunity.
FREE Is the Honey-'o-on aboutOver"a to work with T.
Knifing a timekeeper. as :; ) )

I Is Your Marriage a Duel r The \1976 BUS junior varsity
Classes 10:00 A.M. SEASON: HKCAP:
: 4 or a Duet? R RI football team, which compileda
3.5 season record peaked
In a quick gamebygamereview late in the season according to
Thursday MorningFREE of the past season head JV Coach Keddy Cox He
Find God's Answer with... Hurs said the Vanguard. noted the final I pair of outings
Buchholz and !Monticello wins victories including first
a
Cross Stitch Classes EV1N8EIIST E. J. DANIELS I came in close contests as the time win over traditional rival Featured" speaker. Dun. Knolls.. I'iii\ersil\. I lot' ids iissisl.ini
Tornadoes became ac- Buchholz. Coach 'ox said he head loach breaks up head Tornado. limed. Hurse with an

Every Afternoon At 2:00: Ivory Sunday 8s30-9sOO a.m.WCIB customed to the then newly- was "pleased and proud" w ith anecdote in reference .to. their first IIW..tllll"rill the annual
installed "veer" olfense. every JV player of the past Tornado' football biiiiiiel| 'last 'lliursd.M.. .
(Ch. 10) Ui* vilU Wins over Eastside; Palatka season.
South and Waycross followedas Junior varsity players and
the BUS gndders "hit managers Calvin 11.11111and
stride" according( to Hurse. Kelvin Cruger were intro Codas Finish No. 1 In Jrs.

But, the 1976 BUS football duced by assistant JV Coach
win streak stopped at six ;Mike Hartley, who like Coach
when Tornadoes dropped a Cox predicted greater success Taking the league lead in with I.; points while Chuck
"heartbreaker" to St. next season. the next t to last week of t the Johnson posted a game high 211(>
the 'udas held iximt total for the Slvu ks.
A At1 Augustine.( Coach Hurse saidit Bradford High's varsity and season onto
was the first ime in his 20 junior cheerleaderswere the top spot and earlier this 'udas Hudson 7-1-I.V\:
coaching career he had varsity week won the CltHelTeation Sullivan 4-o-H. Long :3-1-7.\ \
year also recognized and
ever seen one of his teams losea thanked for their support Department's junior boys' T>son ::111(<< ;. I)Iggs 1-0-2.t j
basketball title. Sharks Johnson22O.! ,
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ballgame in the last minuteof
t the
play on a fumble. during Varsity cheerl'adt'rsCapt past season. Although! defeated in their :\Idlulfll' \1-1-3.: til'lIrlll02\ .
coE final of the the
Sharon Crosby. Co-Capt. outing season Todd Jackson in
poured a I
"I'm still not over" that one. Cudii edged the league
Shan Edwards cagers ( high :34 for the
Horse said shaking his headin Angle Bryant Sharks lull game points
renewed ciisbc-licT. "They :Mane\ .Ferguson ;Neva; Flynn, runner-up by a Rays in I the second contest last'
for the
Rhonda Harrcll. Brenda game margin league \\ednesduy. and (teammateGissy
just better be ready next The Cudasfinished
a bl'grudged.lIurse Roberts Gayle Shu ford and championship. added in more, hut the
year the Ith 8.4
season a
concluded. Kall1TI'sto were introducedby Kings relied on a \H'II.halanl.t'll -
rel'ord.lllIle the
Sharks
their :Mrs. Debra attack which saw
Coach Hurse said mistakes sponsor. which led the league until
cost the Tornadoes the regular ,\I'are1JUl1lor Inur of the starling f live finishin
the number
OpUP UDlIS MEN'S-UDIES ft BOIS! season Ocala Forest contest. varsity cheerleadersJana giving to the up Cudas as the one leagueplay spot double figures, to pick up
Godwin Cathy Smith. the win. Eddie: Winkler paced
Big :
wins over Macclenny wound down to the final
and final district Vickie Corbitt. Belinda Kilby. the King scoring for the outing
championship
PIONEER WINTER 25% 0 hurdle Live Oak precededa Harriet IKimm. Tenna ;Norman ; eight games lace, finished in the at 75. with 18 points, while teammates .

0 PANT 5070 JACKETS playoff date with Tarpon Wanda Pitt man. Sylvan basketball league went junior to the Watkins. Gnflin; (ands und
Springs termed "the state's Williams and Kelly Woodhani Long hit for 14. 12. in
5.7 Kings and the Hays, with a
suns OFF best :3-A team outside us" by were introduced by Prevail.their 4-8 season mark, finished points, respectively.
Mrs. Wanda Kingsmkll'r K-2-18.\
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Coach Hurse credited BUS Guests were welcomed and Final of the Watkins 5-4-14. Griffin; :5-2-12.; \
defensive coordinator !Mike introduced by All-Sports Club game season Long 4-2-11)) 1 1)s al 1-0-2\
D OF played :Monday i Feb. 71.> went
UOt LEE ..JF"EEC wEI/FpM, Sexton ith having discoveredthe President Harold Godwin, right down to the wire, as the Hays; Jackson lli-2-34.:
PANT & keys to Tarpon Springs'offensive who termed the past football Sharks earned a hard fought Gissy 5010.nrman: 2-1)-a.
SUITS and defensive season "excellent" and Slocum 1-0-2.
H"8AR intentions "justa victory over the Hays 6764. in
DRESS C by the way players break or two away from the double overtime. AnIISI
JACKETS $2188 *.,. fI". PANTS / I ',,,.. assumed stances just prior to state championship Two players hit for better played late Wednesday. "Feh
,,0'fI $ the start of a particular play Godwin blamed no shows than ill point totals in the 9.
PANTS .IU1188 l 288 Coach Sexton had noted for for the gathering on last season finale as Chuck
'1"I" instance that a Tarpon Thursday's gully-washer. But Johnson poured. in 54 to pace

Springs'(> offensive back those in attendance put away the Sharks to the win, while ( ,,
always positioned his feet in a enough of the barbequed Todd Jackson tossed m 51 for m olf'Tournr.v f

eSAA)1E1) ONE GROUP OF certain manner hl'n the play chicken, baked beans, potato I the HiI 'S.
SS O WESTERN was going either outside or up salad and barbequed bread Starke Golf and Country
X23 A the middle through closereview !fare, served up by Herb Sharks Johnson 23-8-54.: Club announces Men's: Golf "

QAtE 95 BOOTS 25 % of prior Tarpon llerres and his staff to make McDuffie: :317. LeMire 204. Association Blitz Tournamentset
Springs games. Coach Hurse up for anyone absent due to Himdillis0.2.\ for next Wednesday Feb.
l said it was a "great game" as the rain.iefland. Ka>sJackson 23-5-51.: ;
0 ?0tY1/f TEXAS, ACME a JUSTIN OFF Gissy 204orman: 204. 16.The Blitz Tourney gets(

I Slocum 113. Godlln.02.\ underway at noon with a
Tigers Meet ChIn Friday mandatory sign-in followed ..-
"First half Monday's: twin by foursome draws and team
I bill saw the Kings down; the pairings according to handy
Conference Tourney Openerton's Cudas by a single point, :3837. caps.
EmmettVatkins paced the All play will be by the point

249 I Union County High basketball Hed Devils edged in Kings win with 22 points system in conjunction with the
264-3838 Tigers travel to Gainesville !between at 7 o'clock.Tournament while Scott Hudson led the handicaps. To start with,
BLANDING WESTERN tomorrow Friday.( Feb. favorite top way for the Cudas with 24. handicaps will be subtractedfrom
OPEN: t 111\ for a first round Suwannee seeded ;New; berry drew a first :36 to determine a point
BLVD. Conference Basketball round bye in the seven team Kings- Watkins 10-2-22. quota. All players will be

(St. Rd.2 I Orang. Park) Mon. Sat. Tournament meeting with Suwannee Conference Winkler 2-4-8, Griffin 2-0-4. frozen. at a plus or minus three
9am Chiefland High at 3:30: Tourney. Dyal 204. points for the first few
W'RLDj 9pm The Tiger-Indian clash Tournament action con- CudasHudson 71024. tournaments so club officials

BRIAN HAMILTON WI krgl Mast., Ekuga kicks off two days of conference tinues Friday afternoon ilh Diggs 2-1-5. Tyson 20Long may obtain a record average t
tournament action on the championship contest set 1-0-2. Sullivan 022. per player, with points
:. MInI,,, /anllAl.altul the Blue Wave home court at for Friday night. Games played last Wednesday assigned as follows: one point
i P.K. Yonge High School. The Suwannee Conference Feb. 2, had the Cudas for a bogey, two points for par
1 Other first round action has junior varisly tournament downing the Sharks, 38-25. and and four points for a birdie 1\
tournament host P.K. Yonge gets under way at P.K.1'onge the Kings defeating the Rays, Additional information con ;
f4.i taking on Cross City's Dixie !gym Saturday night with the 56-50. cerning the Blitz Tournamentmay
County High Bears at 8:30: Union: County Tiger JV Tirst half of last Wed be obtained by congtacting !
r with a shoot out between Haw meeting :New berry's JV nesday's twin bill saw Scott the pro shop at the I

thorne's Hornets and Willis- Panthers in the opening game. Hudson pace the Cuda win local golf and country club. \


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I High wrestling rival Gainesville High, which second place for the BHS BUS 25,FOREST 34 Bobby Smith was pinned in period of the 102 pound match. pounds gave the Wildcats Lazenby, named last year's [I
Coach Ted Jornov is looking led the eight team pack following squad in the invitational the second round of his bout But Alan Montgomery another six easy points and outstanding Tornado wrestler,
forward to this weekend's first round matches. match last weekend, making Bradford High wrestlers with Ocala's Marice Green. knotted the score at 6-6 moments knotted the score at 1818. was noticeably below full
district meet with renewed The team championshipcame it to the finals before taking a dropped a heartbreaker, 25.34, Green just may be the big- later, when he pinned The Wildcats' five-point, strength In last Thursday's
optimism, in the wake of the on the strength of four defeat Revel, the Tornado to Ocala Forest here last gest 3-A grappler in the state, Forest's Mark Brandis in the superior: decision win at 149 match but combined enough
BHS !grapplers': first place first place finishes a pair of representative at 145 pounds, Thursday in afternoon matches going 6-5 and 270 pounds with third period of the 109 pound pounds, coming on Lacy strength with his lightning
trophy winning performanceat second place finishes and finishes the season at 13-... before a packed house of speed and agility uncommonin match, after outscoring the Girard's 20-5 victory over quick moves to easily disposeof
the Flagler" -Palm Coast three third place finishes by Bradford High wrestlers partisan BHS Student body most heavyweights. Wildcat grappler 14-0 in the Charlie Revel gave the Forest's Mike Curtis by a
Invitational last weekend.The the Tornado matmen in individual collected third place finishesat fans in the Tornado gym. Another note on Green he's early going. visitors a momentary 23.18 16-1 final score.
first place trophy, taken weight class com 109 pounds with Alan Tornado matmen battled Individual only a junior. BHS gave up six points to lead. Henry Pete and Forest's
by the Tornado matmen in the petition. Montgomery, 116 pounds with opponents to a 25-25 Smith's staying with the big the visiting Ocala squad with Joe Lazenby marked his return Dick Trice fought to an 11-11
eight team meet, is the first First place winners for BUS Martin Slocum and 171 pounds deadlock through 10 of the Forest matman through some out a fight in the 116 pound to mat action, following a deadlock at 171 pounds,
contribution to the local high included heavyweight Bobby with Henry Pete.Montgomery afternoon's 12 pairings, Including two and one-half minutes is a class on a forfeit but the Wildcats one meet absence due to injury knotting the score for the fifth
school's trophy collection by Smith, who drew a bye in first finished the an 11.11 draw at the credit to his wrestling ability. returned the favor in with a superior decisionat time on the afternoon at 25-25,
the wrestling team. round action, won a second regular season with a 15.2 171 pound class, before Smith trailed 2-4 at the closeof forfeiting at 123 pounds, knot 159 pounds, giving the Big before the Wildcats picked up
"We're starting to peak now round match on a pin, and de- mark, Slocum is 11-4 and Peteis Forest's Wildcats took the the first period and Green ting the score again, this time Red squad five big points, and wins in the final two pairingsfor
and look real strong quick cisioned Gainesville High's 11-4-1 on the season. final victory edge on wins in elected to start from the up at 1212. knotting the score again, this the team victory.
and aggressive," Coach heavyweight contender in the Team standings and total the 189 pound and heavy position in the second period, Tom Meng gave the Tornadoes time at 2323.
Jornov says of the BUS finals. Smith finishes the points for the weekend weight matches. taking an advantage over a 15-12 advantage, when
wrestling team as it goes regular season with a 10-3( competition are: BITS 159, Forest's Wildcats iced the Smith from the start of the he took an 8.2 decision over ? -
through its final week of record in his individual Gainesville High 13612; Santa victory here last Thursday period. OF's Tony Johnson, and Erie "- --
practice sessions in preparation matches. Fe 115, Florida Deaf & Blind when Gary Futch took a 12-8 Forest took an early 6-0 leadin Biggs stretched the BITS lead '.-. ...i1
for the upcoming district Ken Cruger was a first place 78, Palatka South 72, Flagler- hard fought decision over team standings here last to 18-12 with a 10-5 win over
meet to be held this Friday finisher for the Tornadoes at Palm Coast 581'i, West Nassau Bradford High's Ken Crugerin Thursday, when Wayen Fair- Wildcat Jake Lewis at 136 In his racing career, Man o' War won 20 out of 21 starts and
and Saturday, Feb." 18 and 19, 189 pounds. Cruger also drewa 39 and Jacksonville Episcopal the 189 pound class and Big son pinned William Aldridgeat pounds.A broke five track records.
at Jacksonville's Ed White bye in first round action, like 20. Red's heavyweight contender the 1:12: mark in the first Tornado forfeit at 142
High School.State !. Smith top seeded for the division -
ipterscholastlc in the weekend tourney, -
athletic officials have combined then won a second round bout -- _
the 4-A and 3-A district by a decision over a West =
showdowns into one meet, Nassau grappler, and finallywon
with strong challenges expected the title match on a decision -
for the BUS squad over a GHS matman. FOOD
from the larger 4-A Jack Coach Jornov says Cruger's 9-
sonville schools. Coach Jornov 5 regular season record does
expects as many as five not indicate his effectivenessin
Tornado wrestlers to place the ring.
high in the weekend district Joe Lazenby took top individual
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and Macclenny's Baker perfected "banana split"
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Orange Park is expected to technique, which literally
provide the toughest competition pulls an opponent apart. ValuableCoupons
among the 13 teams entered Lazenby finishes the season
in the district meet, according with a perfect 16-0 mark in In
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; N .5. ,NTC: sar ., ;V*; : Tiger Capers: ]Edge: P. K. Yon!!e., Fall To Santa Fe's No. 2 Raiders I

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by Chris Fernsler pating in the Suwannee Con- and couldn't fully recover in foot bank shots. Boyzie Perry while Walter Filer swished recording six, followed by
BCT Sports Writer ference Tournament, which the 71-60 game to No. 2 Santa also hit well from 20 feet. through 12 Jessie Blount 11 Boyzie Perry with four.
Union County High basketball will be held at P.K. Yonge of Fe High in the Tigers' gym. The third period saw the and Alfred Holmes 10. The Raiders are now 18-1 on
Tigers split a pair of Gainesville tonight through Raiders regain form, as they the season.
games during the past week in Friday, Feb. 12. After the The Raiders jumped off to a won that eight minute battle Paul White had eight rebounds Score by Ou.rr.t.
a 79-71 defeat of P.K. Yonge tournament play UHS will quick 12-2 first quarter lead on 18-13, stretching their lead to and Jessie Blount and
Friday night in Gainesville face Hilliard on Tuesday,Feb. the strength of three field 51-39. This Quarter Santa Fe Boyzie Perry six each for If 20 "13 IE 10 ;i
and 71-60 loss to No. 2 Santa Fe 15,at home in an 8 p.m. tip-off. goals by Bruce Sheppard, two High decided go inside for UIIS. LB 10 U' 13 >! 40SF

High in the Tiger Den last Saturday 13-foot jumpers and a four- the easy 2-4 footer and they Coach Jimmy Thomas'Tigers Campbell S.I-II. Hirdwlck '.1.IE. .
foot bank. found Cleve Hard- hit 34.3 percent of their Snppr '.).21. Calhoun lit,
finishedthe success.
night. TIGERS 60,RAIDERS 71 Sheppard wick and Bruce shots, 23- 7. In the first half 0....",O.'.2.,a.....,T. .1-3-S.TotilE'
The Tigers, now 13-9, will game as high scorer, Sheppardeach 11.11.71.LB .
375.1297 next be in action tonight UHS roundballers fell netting 21. By the end of the scored six points for the Union High connected on 10-31 Perry 6.5..7.. HolmtE 4.2-10.
*\: 964-6061 (Thursday, Feb. 10)), partici behind early Saturday night quarter Santa Fe High held a Raiders, hitting on bank shots field goal attempts for a 32.2 Flier' 0.5.1S. While -.2... Mount' 43-11,
GAINESVILLE t o// STARKE 20-10 advantage despite close to the basket.In percent shooting average. In llrmoRO 1.0.1. ToUH 1]-140.TK1KKS7 .

_.. accurate outside shooting by the final stanza the the second half the Tigers !), ".K. YOJK! ; 71
;.. 1 -- Pierce Simpson Tiger Boyzie Perry. Tigers battled hard and outscored were 13-36, a 36.1 percent Six foul shots, belonging to

Poma 23 Channel Santa Fe High 21-20, shooting average. three one on one's, were
Union High fought back in
but it wasn't enough, with the
WAYNE KINNEY the second stanza Santa Fe's Raiders shot 38 made by the UIIS cagers
the Raiders 16-13 and outscoring trailed victory going to the Raiders percent from the field for the Friday night with under 36

SINCE 1969 C.B. Reg. '169" $5500Terwillogar only 33-26 heading into the 7160.Following Sheppard's 21 31.7 game shooting, 2771. They combined a seconds two left stretching a close
performance 13- point Tiger 73.71 lead to
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Call Ui Fir All Vnr Eliitr lul NuD Motors White positioned himself with 18 and Vince Campbellwith percent mark. Yonge in Gainesville.
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Baasonable Prices Bonded Tf 206 W. Madison 964.7200 points from tip-ins and eight two- Boyzie Tigers Perry's were 17 paced points by, the Tigers was Alfred Holmes, (See l'aJ.t" alt)

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Cottage Cheese ..098 .......--.; t .. I slack and stuck an eightxniiul "

COMPARE aNA IYIba' Youwl. I "N'"OII1.. ref ...9Z"' C1 | hll\\g.
LO."oeIa' 0 + The him n give Eddy: a fair
Cheese Slices
MNIIV' PmHI' nt .n 59 EveryDayLowPrkeSMOKED V Single 2ieRfl BRENNAN light but Eddy just hung in
f ruin HIT' lu PINIII O there, knowing the battle
Beef Burgers "VcS) 40' was
Cream Cheese 10' won the moment he stuck the
/ nrot 11 IAi ntflW C PLUS
39 fer MS FANtir NIT NATUlU ImwR It was a Ix'auty.
Sandwich Steaks I 2
Sliced Swiss Cheese 876 12.59e "Littlest Hobo" '1'hisculdweatheriskeeping! i
HIM urn >"imi dAI i ioi in > 4 09 !those bass 'from going on hod
iu cur is> uo num
Turkey Breast ?! 20' HAMS '" In a couple ul t weeks they
Pride
Pantry Yogurt 4/$1/ 40r '
should he moving out to t the
..
SHANK PORTION BUTT PORTIOVj svutmii Euiti. iti 4.11 in c"
shore line
: 301 searching out u
Pantry' Pride Biscuits t
w1Q place to spawn
EveryDayLowPrkeDONELESS 68 EveryDayLowPrke riNin' reel III... Our t next meeting will beheld
SauerkrautMidget"s'a'lami 20' February 15 lit t T''to:: ) p m.Try .
WATER ADDEDCOMPARE LOTS OF DRIVEINFri to make this nWl.tinas/!
51" 2049' we have some illpnrlanthusiness

CHUCK PIN,.,mot iu nc to take cure ol
Midget Liverwurst Sat P.S.This meeting will i beheld
10' in Orange) )Park at the
ROAST rtee.s. YOU.0'..".. 3 LEG OUAMTEPtS WITH IACKS "NI tNlt. iii Pet Charlton Heston In home of I), Thompson.. Take
3 (REAST OUAfTTEMS WITH BACKS Skinless Franks 58" 20' nor "tackle ho,," as I Don has
vialaiNltTO10t" C 3 WINGS-3 NECKS 3 GIBLET PKGS. /UNI Kill something special planned
Farmer Gray Turkeys i.bo tie FRESH Sliced Bologna QQt ... 91.IN...... 33 bit latn...

US. COVTINSPECTED FLORIDA + PINTO PIN' Hit' ru ".. 11II,." Itass \\islics.Noil .
i Farmer'Gray: ; Ducks .188' lie OR OEORCIA Crawford
CORN FED PREMIUM Sliced Cooked Ham $199, 30'
rum mil ONt 11 et GRADE
Breaded Veal Steaks 99* 20' Baby Gouda king 89C T0FUNDR3MONTN TWeMINUTE-



FOUNDER3MaNfN BOUNDERS HOtfTHTT FOUNDER3MOfflR I tNDEB3Morn FOUNDER3MONrN FOUNDER3MOhTN"m
it 70'
re a' To' Sa
CI(* BI.AOI CUT CKNTKN CUT SMOKED ON-COIt rmilZEII

CHUCKROAST GROUNDBEEF SIRLOIN SLAB QUIENDINNERS WARNING

STEAKS BACON I
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99 PLUS

"'- Warren Oates In

"Dixie Dynamite'Sun

Bargains in Produce ; n1' Bargains in Bakery

e .. v MonHE
CALIFORNIA LARGE HEAD 791 CRISP .0: ; IF IJ.'J, t t1'.1'' Party Flake or cloverleaf

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CAULIFLOWEREACH BROWN-N SERVE COULD MAKE BEAUTIFUL WOMEN

ECUKES 14 ICEBURG RED RIPE DROLLSH389 AND DO ANYTHING HE WANTED HE EVERYTHING WANTED


GLOBE FRESH YELLOW-LB ONIONS 19 LETTUCE TOMATOES - KOGUEPLUS


iNDER3 aCOUP PUP.. ....H. )j. .R Gddv:: IhauluredtIti.eeight-(
PEN FOUNDER3MTTu i MONTH IMIIIIUI'bass from the !<'L ..lolinnIU
Super Discount < < her l.istSun with u M.uk
59L
HEAD3/$1 DWN 1
ASSORTED i r woi'0%.

N r r

POTTED SAVE 18' SAVE 20'

3 uE :Man blames fate for other
MUMS FOUNDER3MOIYTN\ fOIJ DER'S MONTH NN FOUNDER3MON}I NN accidents but feels personally
m
Io s responsible when he
SWEIT WESTERN *ID OR GOLDCNMJJlrfci GEORGIA MED t
makes
a hole in one.
Pelt'' ma. lou ni t
SWEETPOTATOES -Horizons
D'ANJOUPEARS 59d
Cinnamon BunsPumpernickel SAVE 10'


6 INCH HOIIIIII 20.2 Bread 59t SAVE 10' .

29< 1 39
WHILE THEY LAST! Penn ptioi. i it P..wti i lint
Dinner Rolls 3/M/ 1 SAVE II World Missions ConferenceFive


Great Services !. !

SAVE 6C; CASHI 6" x 9" ef' re
UNRULEDTABLETS BOUNCE FOR DRYERS Thurs. Feb. 10, Thru Feb. 13
HUNGRY JACK | PERSONAL

I PANCAKE I II ENVELOPES FABRIC .J0 Five Different Missionaries

MIX I 100COUNT Nightly At 7:30 P.M.
IU. tooCOUNT
I EXTRA LlGHT.2 L8 BOX 1.84
)....T"e...0,-1)A .n r.u......Nle...001 M....W,b..J SOFTENER Sunday At 11:00 A.M.
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No Offerings TakenLeave Your MoneyAt
Week ....
"FEATURE-OF-THE-WEEK" "'- Y a7tLy home I I

1 DIn_PlIo. Si'S
Come Learn Where & How Southern
'Cup 99*
59 ( 1 mew 5. Baptist Mission Money Is Used

PruN Dlth 59' ,

FRUIT DISH areed........ 5. Bethel Baptist Church

EACH 11r-wr__.........- Complete your set with accessory *
WITH EACH S3.00 YOU PURCHASE AT PANTRY PRIDE. THIS CYCLI WILL BE REPEATED THROUGHOUT pieces and matching porcelain Located On Rd. 230 A
IUY' THE "FEATURE-OF-TME-WEEK" EACH WEEK UNTIL YOU HAVE A COMPLETE SET THIS PANTRY PRIDE IIO"'OTION.ov.nwa' ,....on sale at all times! Pastor Russell O. Davis





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Brooker Newsby !
KaijordNews; Girl :scoutsmm
Roy Singletary visited his Mrs Earl Dobbs and grand The First Baptist Church of Jeanette

May Belle Dobbs parents Rev and Mrs. Aaron daughter Donna Newmanswere Raiford is having its Valentine Prescott Birth by Carolyn Eaves

phone 431-1080 Singletary in Hernando Beach business visitors in Banquet in the Community phone 85-171J ews Phone 964-5812

this weekend.Mr. Starke ,, Center in Lake Mr. and Mrs. Bass
Our deepest sympathy to Saturday morning Butler Brooker City Election Danny A very exciting day was
and Mrs. Earl Dobbs Mr and Mrs. Lester Dobbs Saturday Feb. the birth of their
Mr and Mrs Lloyd Wike on 12 at 7 p.m. announce spent last Sa turd.., at Girl
the death of a relative Farley were business visitors in of Gainesville attended the This is a church wide banquet The Brooker City Election son, Daniel Wesley born Scout Camp Neyatl where,

O'Berry whose funeral was Weirsdale Friday. funeral of Rodman Reddish in all members of the church are by paper ballot was held at Tuesday Jan. 25 at the under the direction of Terry

Wednesday In Nahunter Ga. Michael Dobbs and son Starke Wednesday and later invited to attend. Please meet City Hall Feb. 8. Poll wat Medical Center in GainesvUle. Mundorff an outdoor worship

May God comfort you each in Larry were Tuesday business visited Mr and Mrs. Earl me there. chers were Doris Kelley He weighed 7 pounds 1 ounce. center was developed. Reallya
visitors in Starke. Dobbs. Mrs Alice Cason and her Maternal grandparents are
your sorrow is our prayer. Alamae Raulerson and Jean nice addition to Neyati.
Friends of Miss Cathy Wike Visitors to the First Baptist Mrs. Theme Freeman and son Ray Bryan had as Thurs Hart. Mr. and Mrs. Roule Tetstone. The weather was cooperative FOR RENTAPARTMENT

will be happy to learn that she Church of Raiford were Rev. Mrs Ferell Freeman and son day through Sunday guest his Paternal grandparents are and several scouts

is employed by Prudential Drew Stallings of Tennessee of Hawthorne visited Mrs. daughter Mary and her hus- EDITOR'S NOTE : The Mr. J.T. Bass and Mrs Joyce worked hard to finish the I BR,

Insurance Co. in Jacksonvilleand a former pastor Bobby Mary Freeman Saturday band Floyd of Delaware. They following i Is last week's news Bass all of Brooker. In the afternoon a nicely turnlihed. Sufficient

is staying with her grand Stafford and son of Jacksonville afternoon. left Sunday night for a visit to which was not received by the little project.clearing and markingwas for one person or couple. I
and Mr. and Mrs. Snell- Gerald Griffis World. Telegraph In time for and water fur-
mother Mrs. David We wish Mr and Mrs. Disney our Birthday done on the trails that Gaa, light.
a lot of success and grove of Ft. White. and children were business Don Kite of Lake city Jack February 3 publication. cleared last After alerted. 615 North Waters
Cathy
happiness in her new job. Little Debra Lynn Me- visitors in Keystone Heights Cason of Ormond Beach and February 3 "Dick" were the work everyone year.enjoyed Street. TF/Ch0- j

Friends of Bill Browningwill Cullough spent several days Saturday afternoon and had Robert Cason were Saturday Personals Tetstone. and the
last week her supper campfire. MOBILE HOME 1 BR.
to learn that he is visiting gran- supper there. luncheon guests of Mrs. Alice
regret Those were
parents Mr and Mrs. Leo Mr and Mrs. Gerald Griffis Cason Mr and Mrs. Zedra Hamilton participating SllO/month middle-aged
ill In Bradford County School Lunch Menu David Montgomery Matthew couple only. Jo-Lu Court and
McCullough in Hampton. and visited Mr. and accompanied by their .
Hospital We pray he is soon son Bryan February 14-11 Box Chris Felos Michael Mobil Home Park' aouth on
well and able to home. Friends of Mrs. Percy Mrs Jim Gladwell in Starke sister Mrs. Eva Harrell TF IC
come Whiffen Dirk and Todd Schmidt IllfphwaL301.!! '__
Roberts will regret to learn Sunday afternoon visited with their brother and MONDAY' ..., vegetable 10UP.o..ngo ,
Friends of Mr and Mrs. CLASSIFIED AD RATES;
is \ill in his |lulce. corn bread, milk Irene Wainwright
that she Union General Mrs. Margaret Killer entertained wife Mr. and Mrs Seeber
will be happy to MOBILE HOME 2 BR
Floyd Coggins chocolate caNe with topping Lynne Johns Catherine
Hospital in Lake Butler. We her husband Woodrowon Edwards in Tampa and also TUISOAYi, lettuce, IllS/month. furnished
learn that their son Ray came Deadline for insertion Hamburgers Schoening Lila Rae and Betsy on
home from Bradford County pray she recovers speedily. his birthday with a Tuesday Noon preceding visited their sister and her tomato pickup, peaches, trench trips, and Laurie private lot. Phone 964-6734.

Hospital Friday. We hope he is Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs spaghetti supper Tuesday Thursday before) husband Mr. and Mrs H.C. bun WCDNISOAVi milk. Spans on rice, Yawn Mullins Patty Sandra Darley Itpd Z/!!_____
were Friday guests of their families as Croft in St. Petersburg
supper with on
soon feeling real well again. night publication. bologna ,sandwich carrot lucks, tomato Serina (Clark Cana Schmidt,
Mr and Mrs. Musgrove of Mr and Mrs. Bud Clemons in guests, Happy Birthday Sunday Jan. 23 Monday Jan. wedge, halt an orange, milk. Andrea Carmen and 45 ACRES 4 BR home
Carolyn
Heilbronn Springs. Woodrow.Mrs. 24, Mrs. Harrell visited, her THURSDAY! chill dog or hot dog barn needa work; 380 acre,
Ft. White visited Mr. and Mrs. Minimum $2.
Mischelle Clemons was a Sarah Stafford and Charge 00 brother Charlie Edwards in baked ....n., cola Saw' banana, milk. Len Eaves Big thank you to acme fenced would make
Bobby Marton and attended (ICovt'rsl5 Words) Lila
FRIDAY Pun tomd salad' bakod those who gave plants
motel
Friday night and Kitler Bradenton while Mr. and horse or riding:
Saturday were Mrs.
Mrs. Margaret apple' pl., hot relit
church here with them. Each word over 15 or milk paanut Rae and Mrs. Izlar
academy, 1250 month.
of Barbie Wike per
guest in JacksonvilleFriday Hamilton attended to some butter cooklot.
Friends of Mr. and Mrs.
10 cents
Cadette Troop no 520 is Joe Oliver Shady Oak
Theodore Johns of Sanford business
II.G. Barrington will be happyto Mrs Stafford grand In Palmetto before * * invited to a Thinking Day Park, mouth 301, Hampton
visited relatives and friends
learn that they have boughta daughter Shelia Stafford All Classified Ads must be they all returned horn. program given by Senior white( and blue mobile
home Lake Butler and here several days last week. returned with her for the for In advance unless home]. Itpd! 2/10
in Mrs. Debbie Lou Hunnicuttand paid Troop no. 669 Thursday !.... -_____
weekend Brooker Fire Department
have just moved In. We are 'have an established
you February 17, 7 to 8:30: p.m. at
Charlie met their
happy for them and hope they Dowling Mrs. Iris Griffis was account with the the Methodist Church MOTEL ROOMS AM EFFICIENCIES : -

will be happy in their new sister and her husband Mr. shopping in Gainesville Telegraph' In that event 50;/ George Pierce fire chief of The Cadette Troop is in needof titan. and
and Mrs S.C. McClellan of the Brooker
Friday. Volunteer Fire quiet. 25/week, monthly
home. cents extra charge for at this if
Darlington South Carolina at Bobby Stafford and childrenof Department reported an organizational leadership time rate available. Starllle
Mr. and Mrs Harry billing. Not responsible for
the home of their older sister Jacksonville spent meeting was heldat anyone wilbe! able to help Motel Highway 301. 3 mile
Williams had as a Sunday errors' when given over the
Mrs. Bertha in Shan- please contact me. This is a north of htarke. 2/10 2tchg
Shaw night through the fire station at 7
p.m.
Saturday
luncheon Rev. Drew when is
guest phone or Not
copy good of girls and we 2/17
Stallings of Tennessee. non, Ga recently. Mrs. Shaw'who Sunday with his parents Mr. typed and brought to the Wednesday Feb. 9. Hens today lay up to four sure don't group want to lose themor __.__
is seriously ill was admitted and Mrs. Albert Stafford and times more than hens
Raiford a
Some of those from office. eggs
have them the
miss opportunity FOR RENT OR SALE -
to the in
Floyd Hospital church with them
bar b at Fat attended century ago.
enjoying cue of being Cadettes. 1972 Concord! Mobile Home

Boys in Starke Friday night Rome Ga They all returned "._9.AC.__. .tin.vv.SmA..tkl_.__...." ___. ___n..
home
were Mr. and Mrs. Gerald on Sunday. and water furniahed.; or
Griffis and children and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Don Newmansand EAGLE $2,500 Olin Park phone

and Mrs. Julian Dobbs and family were Saturday super savers 964J746. TF/'hg-!!
guests of Mr and Mrs. Earl

Dobbs. MOBILE HOME IZ' wide
family.LEGAL Mrs. Gerald Griffis and son 2 BR. on nice lot. Phone 9111.

Mike and daughter Mellissa SaVE 4.00I 8029 after 5 p.m. on weekday .

were business visitors in I .!...!Itchg. .2/10. !!...___._ _

Jacksonville TuesdayLECRL. 29.88DISCOUNT MOBILE HOME: 12.60.) 2

REQUEST FOR BIDS Q BR, I 1/2 bathe large lot by
paved road SI25/month.

City of Lawtey is now receiving PRICE' WAS 33 88 Phone4734S08_ _. .!!:_!ltpd2/IO.! I
Iiik POOL-CLEANING'S EASY WITH MTM DRY CHLORINE
sealed bids for the purchase
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT ON 65" iiaiular chlMwt iNmli, keeps pool water Im olbicteni. HOISE 6 room plus
of the following" :
''
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR I uAS ascAOM'a ilfie viriHf otfanc, miller eve odors. It Iillective bath Rood condition stove
1975 Ford Police Special 460 J convenient t economical'35 I Ib pnl and refrigerator furnished
IN AND FOR BRADFORD
cubic inch 4-door sedan with CUIT phone 964-6861 TF/t'hg

new tires and alternator. COUNTY CASE FLORIDA.NO. 77-35 CA iowEST ------.-------
This car can be seen at Marshall / -

Jordan's home SR 225E in PRICESIN APARTMENT unlurnlahed -
IN RE: The Marriage of high prices
Lawtey. 2 BR. til /A, car

The City reserves the right to SAMUEL O'NEAL. Husbandand I 2 '.... TOWN'S pet. range and refrigerator

refuse any and all bids. P9or :No peta. '165month..11-

Sealed bids \will be received MARY CAMPBELL O'NEAL. able March I I. Phone H6I t-

through March 4, at the City Wife Thursday. Friday and Saturday! F OOU14 MP JE 7574: Hpd'. ... 2/10

Hall. lawtey. NOTICE OF ACTION 2 llrDROOM: Multi I.E:

2/103tchg 224IN / TO : MARY CAMPBELL arM SAVE 1.00 HOME, in lawtev Phone
O'NEAL. RESIDENCE UNKNOWN 1 7N23NIM). 2/3 1 t'/'h"",

/ :
2.96D'SCOUNT
THE CIRCUIRT COURT j t sm ?.oo Hilt HINT: 12 foot wide
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an mobile home nulnidp cite
AND FOR BRADFORD action for dissolution of rr T a PRICE' WAS 3." ... I'hone !IIi'I oil I or

marriage has been filed, and you 5.88 rl tl-CALLON UftlAGE CAN D..i aS :.sae 73-1777.. Tt'l.hll( _

COUNTY.CASE NO. 76-365 are required to serve a copy of Seamless plastic ma't leak Ud II IK Rr::N r--- l;hi) lilitrk

FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE a your written defenses if any, to :- DISCOUNT PRICE WAS 1." snaps on to prevent spillovers" SHYE 16% building 12' (riling", Ideal I

it on Petitioner's Creel'!. nth! IJcklid. for bu Jnpiistarkearea ..
corporation Plaintiff.vs. attorney ri i 2 SHOW-STOPPER SLIMS OFf <: most any <
whose name and address is Ttc1 1' :a (Phonr !MAI.51,1, IB. 'U I It hir
WILLIAM P. PAUL D. NEWELL Post Office %
REAMES JR., ; 'i SOLD NATIONALLY AT $11-11 SaVE 21% SAYE'2
AND BETTY JANE REAMES Box 654 Keystone Heights I .r eT' DISCOUNT PRICE WAS 5TC OI.l INS !RIMMSION -
his \wife and RONALD D. Florida 32656 on or before oil Here what todays well dressed 2.9 II 28 I 1/2 acre lota. SJO per month.water .
!n men lit wearing'' Stayneat IDO'o DISCOUNT EAGLE N.0. 30 MOTOR OILlOO'i
BARNES Defendant. March 7th, 1977, and file the r' 1 PRICE' WAS .... and sewage turni.ht-d.
of f polyester m solids plaidi and DISCOUNT' PRICe' WAS 3.74 p pure virjin made, cleans For information rail Mark
with the clerk this
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE original ., .. 'fashion prints In sizes 2942 G 20-CAL.TRASHRAGSWITN as It lubncates Formulated for' Olin. Olin' Mobile Ilompsales.
FORECLOSURE SALE court either before service on NYLON MESH CASUALS THAT
TIES. Kfi. OF 20 the modern 141.I
TWIST engine |highway 100ent.) .
Petitioner's attorney or immediately FILL THE COMFORT RILL!
Slip lest into these'' In black !Starkeo pets picas*.
thereafter otherwisea
Public Notice is hereby ; your -- .
given - Phone Mill ShllH. 1/11
judgment will be entered for or' brown Men s 1 I2.ti .
that pursuant to and in strict lr/

accordance with the Summary the relief demanded in the pe n tz Lulli hgFOR

Final, Judgment of Foreclosure tition.WITNESS e 1- \ f SALE
entered in this cause on Feb. 7, my hand and seal 1
!
A D, 1977 the undersigned as of this Court on this 28th day of vI I wi
\ :MM: : Tn1 \1t: !Mr I :
Clerk of said Court will on the January 1977 ;"+e,4 7654 ,' v.'tAwVALUE IABHV: HIV a Him,,
18 day of February. A.D.. 1977 GILBERT S. BROWN
It, I abel maker from u% at I hi
sell: the following described real CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURTBY Office Shop! phone !"hi' VHl'
situate Bradford : Beulah M MoodyAs / -
property in .*-fj VALUE PLUS! PLUS!
Deputy Clerk III HUSH: PORK custom
County Florida to'wit: ? SUPER BUY!
Lots 1 and 2 of Block 4. Sec 2/3 4tchg 2/24 2.98 4.88 3.99DISCOUNT cut and freezer wrapped
when from
you buy u* at
urity Home Sites, a subdivisionof 8.94
:
a part of the NW quarter of NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO \ ..ilSrEd SUPER lOW DI&IOUN1 PRICe SUPE lOW DISCOUNt PDICE PKICi/ WAS .... 1 85 per pound hanging(
Wright Porky'a Place
the NW quarter Section 35 REGISTER 1,1, r !, VALUE PLUS! '4 DISCOUNT PRICe WAS t.44 WESTCLOX KETWOUNO aURM COUNSELOR IAIH SCALE INDOOR TV ANTENNA WITH 9 My SSS.'!. l.pd! 2110! phone
Township 6 South Range 22 FICTITIOUS NAME I MEN'S I" WORK IOOTS CLOCK W SHATTERPROOF 300.LR. CAPACITY EAST- I-POSITION CONTROL FOR :

East as per map or plat thereof 2:96: 1.44SUfi. BUILT FOR HARD WORK CRYSTAL, Ia-," NIGH TO-READ DIAL COLORS CLEAR UNF-VHF RECEPTION PATIO SALE: Woodland

recorded book 34 Pursuant to Section 865.09 Heavy duty vinyl uppers oil resist
in plat page WAS 3n LOW DISCOUNT PRICE' l>rlve on lake Brook hn In
public records of Bradford Florida Statutes, notice is hereby DISCOUNT PRICE ant soles In tan 2 11. Keystone Hrighla. llavrclothta
that the GOOD-LOOIING, NO-IRON MEN'S POCKET TEE-SHIRTS, K '
County Florida given undersignedSteve I Pbrly-- Sfyky- (mostly rhildrrn l.
ALWAYS A CASUAL FAVORITE I'
At public auction to the hIghest Arnold Rt 1, Mmosa LONG SLEEVE DRESS SNIRTS toys larellancou.
bidder for cash at the East Manor, Starke Florida 32091 1. Smartly tailored in polyester cotton lOQ'i cotton, lull cut W sHoit, | i numerous odd and end..
In S M1 I Xl
S MUI L sleeves pocket) .
lilt cOlors. !<
rriday Sunday 9 6
front door of the Bradford doing' business under the firm .. m. to

County Courthouse in Starke name of "CONFEDERATE GUN r p.m..... .ltchg! :..2/10 _

clorida during the legal hours of SHOP," 416 East Call Street

sale, to'wit: between the hours Bradford County Florida I AR\K: SALK: au sorts
of itcma
Saturday ,
of 11.00 a m. and 2.00 p.m.. 32091 intends to register said smaoq -*** SAVE 12% SAVE 1.00 Look for Saratogatlrlichta signs".

same being a legal sales day and fictitious name under the VALUE PLUS!
210CATTLE
the legal hours of sale dated this provisions of aforesaid, statue :f '"./;- 88 21.OO 5.88 'lPd! _

7 of A Steve Arnold owner 2.94SUPER : R\CK for short
day February D. 1977
DISCOUNI' PRIce WAS 12.N DISCOUNT PRICE WAS 2/1,14 DISCOUNT PRICC WAS (... wheelbase 135KfNMORK .
Gilbert B, Brown, Clerk of Orouit Dated this 20th day of ? pickup
DISCOUNr
lOW PRICE '
Court January, A D 1977 at Starke .jl MEN'S SUN DIVER WATCH FIRESIDE SNACK I PARTY HEAVY DUTY HOIST LIFTS Phone..7N2.3681)._ U F'/rhg:.
MEN'S I WOMER'S FAMOUS LUMINOUS STURDY 11 01. lOS HP TO
Florida. W DIAL. CRACKERS WI 2.000 LIS., IS
By: Beulah M. Moody : ; :
rLrCTRICRANCi : :
IRANO DECK SNEAKERS STAINLESS STEEL RACK 3 SINSLE PACKS INSIDE CIARANTEEO 1 FULL YEARS
1/20 2/10 VALUE PLUS!
Pierce ft Hardy P.A. 4tpd : : 30 Inch, fairly
Here sure looted IIYIOlilln! mess
By Mjck S FutchP ,1 [ new. Phone 4732222. It.hll
J"ll. ,1
sues I III I I. women s S 10
0 Onwer. 1030 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT "n ; 1. 2/10 ____ _
Stark,' Florida 32091 1.44
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN A
t".ll' 10 GELDING: HORSE 3
FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRADFORD
-
X1:96} .
: year old, genii good with
COUNTY PI" 1 .. '. ,'RI, children Phone 712.36HO.
INVITATION TO BID CIVIL ACTION .- /
DISCOUNT FHH.E' WAS Z.44 MOLDED IUUL DIKE TUIES L.l_.TF/Chg. ____

MEN'S KNIT POLO SHIRTS '' \
Sealed bids and/or quotationswill /In re: The Marriage of FRANCISP. [ale27il'i tubes at a discount CHEST FREEZER:
SENSATIONAL
AT SAVINGS! Whitman tires mOil Slles 2.71MISSES' \ -
be received in the office of DANIELS husband and Silled, to lit priced to please1' AYE 1.01 1 SAYE 31% saVE UP TO 1.00': Montgomery Ward.. 22

the Administrator Bradford BARBARA F, DANIELS.IIIlfe Aol I colors siiesSMLUDISCOUNT I cubic feet almost new,

County Hospital. 922 East Call VALUE PLUS! 7.96DISCOUNT 1.00 YOUR 2 97 phone 964.5630 after 5 p.m.

Street P.O. Box 1060 Starke, CASE No. --Ur CHOICE ltpd2/10_ ___
Florida 32091 until 500 P.M.. .m'a r 2.97suPee PRICE WAS I." DISCOUNT PRICE WAS IA4 DISC PRICES WIRE UP to 3." CREOSOTE: POST AMIPOLIS

February 16 1977 on the NOTICE OF SUIT nj PRESTO TOASTER-INOIIEN I.PlECIIIUn GAUGE HAND TOOL ASSORTMENT : 4.10" diameter 6

following NO PROPERTY MIR arNw4 h I lOW DISCOUNT PKICE coalS HICK.. AST MEALS, ALUMINUM SAUCEPAN SET INCLUDES 2 KINDS' OF SAWS. to 16' length. *.50 feet

Nla ar COLORFUL SURFER THONGS USY.TI.CLUI..TlRE t4\ QT., 1 AN! 1 IT. SIZESPNOTD 3 PLIERS 4 WRENCHES Phon. 782-3437. 2/3 2tchg

1 Electric 20x20x38 General TO. FRANCIS P DANIELS n FOR REAVTY AT THE REACH 2/10
IVi IIF TO 21%
Purpose Sterilizer with LoadingCar Crept sole Is layered M led MM.' SAVE 24% ---
"+ black Women sues S IN. FRAMES COl'CH AMCHIRSfr: :
Carriage and Truck
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat
1 JYe S )
sn .v
Assembly an action for dissolution of e. SVb s.Hie .a1 : 11 lI ASST. SUES PRELl 118995 up. Uahmera
s'y ADI STYLES Dlacounl. 2/3
1 Electric Water Still 5 marriage has been filed against, gS.* w A Sri CONCENTRATE SHAMPOO) Tr/hg
gallons per hour with 25 gallon Francis P Daniels. and e yI '1 fti' w I -- ----- -
you ciS I
you gm! 3fS N s + t_ in. nil SWIMMING: POOL AC-
storage tank and required to serve a copy of +}Hie I5r4 x 2ss1 RIFICE -leading manufacturer

1 Corner Type Dishwasher' your written defenses if any ton .5-IU { i ;, : fJ I 1.39 and dlatributor h.. des

with electric booster water on the plaintiff attorney SAVE 11: cte SAn.15', 2/UI WAS L7 lute aluminum pool. leftover

heater, whose name and address is. VALUE PLUS jjtvi 11% SAYE 21"r. from 1976 aeaeon, 1/2

1 Nurse Call System DUDLEY P. HARDY Esq P O. 3.96 L8'8\\ 2:1.OODISCOUNT$ ANACIN MENNEN ANTI- price, guaranteed In'
Drawer it" 8.88 t PERSPINANYSPRAY atallatloa and termi. Phone
1030. Starke Florida. TAALETSurs
PRICE WAS 4.44 DISCOUNT PRICE WAS I.M PRICe WAS 2/.... sin 3 OZ. collect | 3845156.
1904'|
General specifications are 32091 and file the original with //
available upon request from the the clerk of the above style court WALK SNORTS FOR MEN SILlY T-TOPS IN MEN'S CUSHION IOU SUPEH lOW DISCOUNT PRICIJACQUARI : 1.27 .r 77cWAS T.fJ.1EL! !! __ __
EAST-WEAR I EAST-CARE! SUPER SUMMER STYLES CREW STRETCH SOCKS
office of the Administrator before /VIHYL LUGGAGE
on or March 9, 1977 FOR SALE
f, The Bradford County Hospital otherwise a judgement be Permanent press fabric a astt She U like tins loo* Acetate |loiipnttioral II 100't Cattle /coltlillrelc 24 .._., till 2E"., DM. wAS h17 4l HeI Part and :Mobil Home:
OI.I'oo'SMOBILE
Corporation reserve the right to entered against you for the may relief, plaids solids Sues 2142 SilL loot Wnite stripe tip 10 13lmJ 2/" ..., Mil. SIT,_..5152 (baiil I) HOME auppliei.SALES.

reject any and all bids and or demanded in the complaint or Highway 100 \\ ..t, !Stark,

or to waive minor phone.!!.. Wjeoe!! .
quotations any petition I EAGLETHE, CONVENIENT FAMILY DISCOUNT STORES 173 LOCATIONS! I TF/chji__
technicality or informality in the WITNESS my hand and the MOTOR HOME 1912

bids or quotations received seal of said Court on February 1, Open Road, Chevy chaaele.
Bids will, be opened during the 1977 312] W. Madison St. CIGARETTES : 12 feet long, good condition,

meeting of the Board of GILBERT S. BROWN As Clerkof ... _.,t .. ..., 22,000 mile*. Phone 9646071or

Trustees 7.00 P.M. on February the Circuit Court [ PacK Reg S .u" ,_. Of "Of 964-7839. Tl/chg
Kings : 100's ......,..... ..........
16, 1977Bradford BY Beulah M. Moody As 1 964-7513 Sups: --" ,......". FOR SALE Illamuad
County Hospital Corp. Deputy Clerk 56e *4 Carter Carton =..: needle lor any stereo over
247 '
different on*., we has*
2/3 2tchg 2/10/ 2/3 4tchg 2/24 them all. O.hmer'a

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MiscellaneousHOME
FOR SALE LOST AND FOUNDLOST Wuldo part-time book. STROUT m

MOBILE HOME MOVING REPAIRS Any .keeping In your office or my REALTY INC _

Also mobil. home hurricane NEED TO ORGANIZE type remodeling roofs, new 1 miniature. silver home. Two year college ;;tI' 964-5196 Lillian C. Pearson

anchoring and mobile THINGS? Buy a Rolodex addltloae concrete work, or poodle, anawers to Jail., accounting, 18 year experience l
Available for sale
an excellent
home roof coating OUn'i Card file. Model 202 $11.50 painting Free estimates, child' pet. Last *.en on ) la the general commercial. facility Real Estate

Mobil Home Service. Phone at The Office Shop phone phone 964-C127. 11/18 State Road 121 approximately ledger, profit and loss with plenty of parking. f
964-5606. Highway 100W. 9645764. TF/Chg 1 mile west of statements, payroll state
Raiford. Reward. N* and federal taxes. Have re 7,400 square feet of Neat frame 2 BR home la ertuillrrjar
'/
BUriu_ (]!,_ BUSINESS OPPOR.
questions ........ Phone 431- ference Phone 9644244 building space. Contains town. Central air. (11,500. r
FOR SALEi Electric Pencil PERSONAL SERVICEWILL TUNITY -and have beautiful n highlyprofitable 1035 [day 1,431-1072 [night]. after 5 p.m1/27 1!.. 4tchg 2/17 living qusrters. 1114,000. - -
sharpenere. Handy for homeor jean Itchg 2/10 - 2 BR aluminum aiding
office For .. at The shop or Indie apparel shopof WANTED Used refrigerator Fabulous farm with pecans homo with separate garage

Office Shop phone 9645764. DO BABYSITTING your own featuring the *, waaheri, and 10 level acre In beautiful In country. 7 percent Y

In my homo, 5 daya a latest ta jeana, denims and stoves In good condition.Call setting7 room sturdy mortgage. $15,000.
SPtm/EQUIPMENT FOR week, any age, 645 North sportswear 113.500 Include HELP WANTED Dahmer's Discount, 964- home offer 3 BR, bath - v

SALE 10 percent above Walnut_ Street. 1/13 TF/Chg beginning Inventory fixtures 7923. TF/chg family room 11 foot dining 8.7 acre*. 115,500. Cecelia Terwlllegar
tost. Olin'a Mobile Home and training. Partial PART-TIME HOUSE room and4 foot living
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Service. Highway 100W ALCOHOLICS ANONY financing available. Open WORK must have own HORSE TRAILER good Other buildings and
room. 10
acre $13,900. Real Facts On REAL ESTATEHome
condition. Phone
Phone 782- 964-8318.
Starke.. Phone 964-5606. MOUS Successful living your own store within IS transportation. extra, house included. - -
TF IChS for people who want to day. Call anytime for Mr. 3154. 2/3 TFChgBABYSITTER Itchg 210TRACTOR Local buyers should laves 10 acre lacing SR 230 and values are generally 100 percent higher

---------- STOP drinking and STAY WOkerson. ((501)) 847-4050. No TIRE 12x38. tlgate fast a* this property Wilson Road. $22,000. than 10 years ago. This Is due to two factors Increased .
stopped. Meeting Thursdayand collect call. plea**. P.S. 80 for 16 Beamer I I. advertisednationally.
16 FOOT FIBERGLAS Write E. Roddick, befog - -
construction costs and Inflation. This is a
RUNABOUT 71 liPJohn.on. Sunday 8 p.m. Phone mores strong now! Itpd month old Infant. 5 Florida. 32686. Itpd 2/10 160000. 36 J5 acre,301 N.156500.
964-5709 or 9645434.. 114. 2/10 days/week. Must have own - fact of life which we all must accept.For .
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Boat motor, RESIDENTIAL SITE for the it Is beneficial since his
Christian Street. 1/1312tpd transportation. Refer. Call LAWTEY property owner
trailer, ski STROUT REALTY
., and life.qulpm.nt..uahlon. jackets.S600. ,. 3/31 WILL PAY up to ISO cash, 964-8414. after 4:30 p.m.Itpd swimming pool. Leading distributor BrokerOn 2 commercial building investment has continued to grow rapidly duringthe

Phone 9644386. 2/3 for old ears, Thornton's Sal 2/3 wants a nice backyard 100 South 1 1/4 Mile 5 acre SR 225E. $7,500. past 10 years. And, property prices will continue
1977
WILL DO BABYSITTING Phone 964-0243. 1120 to display new
vage. upwards so investments in land and buildings are a
2tpd 2/10 From Intersection ol 301
In home 5 model of above ground :
my day a TF/Chg pool 10 .e.H.II2.$00-
DREAMS BIGGER THAN and 100 !South good way to build a nest egg for the future.There's .
---------- week, Phone 782- top consideration given for 20 ..
any age. YOUR PAYCHECK? W.mt De. 2 MH hook-np.,
12 FOOT ALUMINUM V- 3870. 2/10 prune location. Phone collect no better time to buy than right now.
Itpd HENLEY ELECTRIC CO., hog barn with electricity,
to establish that second Income
BOW BOAT with 10 HP residential commercial ? If have six |190"1| 398-5874 day or water and concrete slab for Economic experts predict a continuing increase in

leaking. .kicker. 6 gallon ga. TOMES Industrial. Phone 431-1200, eight hour you a week to or evenings 1/27 TF/Chg farrowing pigs. $30,000. the price of private property. Tell us your needs and

tank. S350. Phone 9646386. FOR SPLE Raiford. 2/3 4tpd 2/24 111 show you how. For Interview spare BRADFORD (or 30 acre for $42,500)) we will attempt to locate the right property for you.
2/3 2tpd 2/10
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write P.O. Box 88, COUNTY
------------ 4 BEDROOM HOME on 3 Lake' City Florida 32055. BOOTSCARRADINES 19.8 acres with nice 3 BR Luxurious custom-built and custom decorated brick
FORD DEXTER DIESEL acres with 2 rental mobile DO YOU NEED Septic I 1/27 41 LISTINGSAttractive home. $50,000. home waterfront with all the
TRACTOR like new lifts. homes aD for 135000. tank pumping Installing or I.L! !! AT - on spacious property,
amenities.
runs good 11.500. Phone Some owner financing. drain line Reaaonable. neat, well- 29 acre $33400.
964-6386. 2/3 2tpd 2/10 Phone 964-8253. after 4 p.m. Phone 4311202 alter 2.30 cared for describes this 3 - -----
2/3 TF/Chg pm. TF/Chg MOTORCYCLESSUZUKI BR 2 B CB home, central Beautiful farm. 51.8 acre Property across from Fat Boy's and Wishbone
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SARAH COVENTRY JEW. Guaranteed quality, heat and air, hardwood on 301. Brick home with Fried Chicken on 301. Perfect for home and

MORTGAGE NOTE FOR 3 BEDROOM BRICK HOME ELRY Sale opportunity. OF STARKE finest .selection floors. Unit III, Saratoga 1,529 square feet 3 BR 2 business combination I

SALE Valued at S5.000 2 bath CH & A/C, acre Call Enna John,964.5483 or Your authorised Suaukl lowest price. Heights. (27,700. B. CH&A. 2 fireplaces.barn -----
with return ol 17,500.> Phone lot, 1 mile from Starke, Annetta Beaxlle 3724444. dealer. Phone 964-6020.1640 anywhere.JUSTINWRANGLER. - fenced planted pas ATTENTION HANDYMEN: Invest and restore one

964-5606. TF/Chg Highway 230 E. Carpet custom 12/2 TF/chg S. Walnut ((301 South In IN CITY LIMITS OF ture. $195,400. of Starke's finest old homes and be the envy of those
------------ drapea, appliances, Starke. ). tfechgAUTOMOBILES STARKE-3BR2 B - with less imagmationl
W A rSII'\'S HOUSE; OF FHA approved. $29,500. NEED HOMEIMPROVEMENTS frame house and rental ASSOCIATESLola
VACUUMS M.ny brands Phone 964-6930. 2/3 TF IChl OR cottage on 5 acres of beautiful Zlpperer 964.7114. or -----
old southern 1.75 acres which could be either! commercial or
of new vacuums teed REPAIRS DONE? For USED grounds. 782-3397
machines available. Expert ---- fireplaces, remodeled Let as serve yea> S35.000. Lillian Pearson.REALTOR residential with liveable 2-story home with CH.A.
4 YEAR OLD BRICK to
Wo premise
repair,all makes. Parts and kitchen, baths, addition,., - -----
HOME 3 BR, 2 bath, car 1966 PONTIAC CATALINA
accemiories. for all vacuum CH/A. 4. garages, or ..Delo..deo.po.t. save you money. Vacation, retire or makeyour Lawtey Florida Protect your family Be a proud homeowner in
Huill pet utility room ., call Marcus Grlffls automatic t..n.mla.lon.AC. permanent home In
'In ,
central vacuum miles north of Starke. off 301. and 782.3808OEo.o. Green Acres, with a nearly new home.
steeling
cleaning. system 404 >\\ 4732108. tfn/chg. power this comfortable 3 or 4 BR
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129000. Phone 964-6915. 2/3 brakes, recently Inspected CARRADINE'S'jLEATHER -----
10th MH on Lake Santa Fe
Avenue .
1 ainesville.
Phone 3767110. I TF/Chg one owner, good transportation. SHOP Canal...t..lh..t and air! Owner transferred Connerly Estates. Most
'n'/rhll --M--- AVON CALLING To buyor 1400. Phone 964-5631 extra (14,900. houses have all the necessities, this has all the
many
SOUTHERN PINE 4 BR write sell. Lome Avon cal 755 P-,2807 O. Box or after 5 p.m.:_ ltch eT, fl,0, ?. Lawtey,Finn a - extras to boot. You could not build this much house

SWIMMING POOLS Ie- I 1/2 bath on 1/2 block In Clyatt 1972 FORD V- LAKE SANTA FE for this price.
florid 4WD. PU. .
luxe above 220 Lake City, CANAL 3 BR 2 B CB
ground, aluminum Lake Butler, 2,661
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TFchgGINS 8, 4 speed. Heavy duty, 20 ROBERTS I
and steel pool. J3h|; feet 40000. Phone Ray gallon auxiliary tank home, family room double Live in a pecan grove on 10 acres in 3 BR block

repomesNed by bank will Powell 496-2261 or 496.3861. FOR SALE 22'., topper, 57,000 miles, S3.000 garage, large screened J MMMMt wa |h- home.
..arrlf...MV Ings of$4,000 or 2/10 4tehg 3/3 25'.. and 38'. sold at Dah make' offer. Phone 964-6386. porch overlooking water I MM UUTt p -----
more. Phone collect 19041-- mer'i Discount. TF/ch 135' on canal attractive i set North Temple Ave
3985103 days .!! .:.. L- 2/3 2tpd 2/10 MOBILE HOME with MID.30'1I: Downtown, brick home with CH-A, 3 BR
or evenings FRAME HOUSE 3 BR 10 yard underground w
1/13.TFchgAII'MIl ALL TYPES KEYS made sprinkler system. (49,500. 2 full baths all rooms are large.
___ years old on 2/3 acre, priced at 1972 FORD VAN V-o
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Olin Mobile Homes. - -
': M: \\IM>0\\S! for quick sale, 112000. cent with air condition. Body JiF'-
Phone 964-8750. 2/10 each. Highway 100 Starke WOODED BUILDING We are always in the market for homes under
Single bung and awning*.:.Inx Itchg phone 964.5606. TF/chg rough but engine la strong Inside City Lknlta LOTS with access to Lake. $35,000 in good repair.
N JH 5)1) :in 27 runs good 11300. See at Walk to Bradford Slur.Orpowntoum Brooklyn, from 2750.
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111.51"I ) IM x 52 *1.>.'ill. 4li 15 ACRES AND 3 BR BILL'S SAW SHOP Complete Bradford Telegraph 135 Term available..
964- 3BR LR DR Lg. Family We handle properties we never advertise. Come in
\ 52 $2700. M\M HOME central heat and service West Call Street phone
OlllrU SI/IS II \IK.II air. Phone 782-3133 after 6 circular sharpening, hand carbide,, 6305. TFchgPLYMOUTH 130 Per Month Room Fireplace on 20 and ta Ik to us. If we don't have it, we'll find ill I ICecelia

I :' I Itll. ::1111ofluth! IfnrhK p.m. on weekdays, anytimeon chain mower blade hollow All City ConveniencesFfce R.T.LOVORN acres with barn, Grahamarea -- -
FURY III
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------------ wekrodnltchg 2/10 terms.Country T, Terwi/legor/
Police Protection,
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.1 ground and balanced. Leaveat 1972 4 door, 360 A/C eU. REAL ESTATE, -
Well Drilling 2 UllhS AMI: MIIHILt: Jackson. Building Supply Good condition. Best offer. CIty Gas Water and Sewer L.wnnee Blvd.Key.tone m 206 West Madison Avenue
Club Estate 2
j limit: "fluble.wld.! -. 21 a Slarke or Keystone Heights. Phone .73.3382. 12/18 Jo-Lu Motel Helghb Starke, Florida

Ml.) I bedroom 2 bath, TF/thg. ____ TF/chg phone 473.3254 lots very reasonable.
2" thru 6"I j ll/\. In I.awlevonSK! lijunt ->. - "If A ',- OFFICE PHONE 964.7776
nil I" :till; 17.MMI.( 964-8810 rr Three bedrooms 2 bsths, HOME PHONE 964-5145
I Fast Rotary i
Drilling Equipment 7M3J20, 1/6 lr/<'hg DurockFeeder family room spacious kitchen
j 4, 15x10" Jackman patio/porch area on

STATE LICENSED I 1969 HOME PARK- 2 WOOD Bit phone MOBILE 961- Wheels For Ford With Pigs Also L. K. Edwards III & Assoc back - Floriland Realty ITHOAAAS

6867. Leave name and 4, Used 11x15 Tires & Sows & Boar SERVING YOU IN/ THE Connerly Estates SR 16. 2 393 North TempleIf LJ3 REALTY

Pumps I number. 1121 T"l'hgEAR' Tubes Balanced, Also mi. from town beautiful
ji j wiPL X Reg. AppaloosaMare AREA I LJ brick: home, 3BR 2B, LR you are thinking ol 621 North Walnut St.
i :\ .YN Have 2, 8 Ply 700x15 .NOW Starke Office LH Lg. family room and selling your property, !Starke. .Florida 32091
65' X 28' brick centralair Reg Tread Call Steve & Foal ..',"If'" kitchen central air & heat. phone 964-7700. Let us talk 9646162
I
New & Used ,carpet, range and refrigerator / Paved drive. to you! (formerly A,J,Thomas

,located 639 Epperson Thomas 964.7385 HIM 461-1719 - Real Estate I
SalesPartsServicelEZ Street lot 93' X 185'. After 6:00: P.M. Melrose Office 475.1269 New blk. home in town 5 acres I mile out of city
9647574. 2/3 Call Agar 5:00 limits, 3 BR frame house.In .
132,500.phone I Hampton Lake, 90'al90'f.need
I j Keystone Office 473-2669 3BR. 2B, I.R.11&/' ,
TermsPlumbing TF/Chg - lot north shore 120'
i Ml Pay Sit & SM Office 528.3574 Urge (garage quiet area,
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I I Williston corner lot. Saratoga Heights, 3 BR, dock with mobile home.
210.2I7PdLONGCHAMP CII&A. good condition.
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Bradford Handyman Special! 2 BR frame house on 1 acre. Price reduced - -
Home Owners - house
frame on one
{ 2 frame house in Lovely
Possible terms. story
to (6,000. town,one of the older ones In city 2 BR, frame houseon acre State Road 100).A,
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j New Installation { Prevent Trouble Before It Starts Beautiful brick. 4 BR.2. 1/2 B on 3 acrei.This can also be with plenty- of- -living- area. 105'XIOS'- -lot.- Nearly-new- -home- largeliving
bought with 58 acre
Ho me end Building - Several .commercial. on About 1 acre In Lake. room with central
Remodeling j Materials heat and air on 15 ...e..
301. Good
10 acres with 3 BR. I B home with aluminum siding. Hampton Oaks
kitchen. Good terms. - building site, access to awtey area
Repairs [ Septic Tank -WEBUILD- Equipped with remodeled Fireplace.
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3 BR, I bath bloc"on.t.u.tlon. lake."
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$4000Pump Your Plant Or Our Two 100' lots on Crosby
1200 dowa. LR, Family - -
YourLotOrOurt"FREE 5 acres, zoned: agriculture. available
DurranceIUMPS : Outs doom in town. Lake Financing
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Repairs Call or come see us today U you are ready to buy or sell. V acres -pasture- land Road Near South lid. ISO' lot on 301 South In

& SUPPLY } BradfordSeptic AddJdon.1Io.lIought* reasonably priced just off school.! 150'XISO' city limit, some financing.

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SR N W. ol
I Sussn Bakken Asaoelai. BRANCH 16. town.
COMPANY j Sold-Traded Irene Faulkner Aa.oc.ate STARKE - Price reduced on 13 acres. 5 acre on 109-A, near city
I II 2M ?. F.S209":( Very nice large frame house; good condition 2 BR limits.
Tank Service Paul Faulkner Associate
864 N : : .
I Temple Ave | Starke,
ACREAGE FOR SALE house on corner lot In town trailer! 26' ,x 50' barn II Interested - -

I Starke f 9844853 3BR.2 baths C/HAA large let us give you all I05'xl05' lot. ready to

I I II garage the details. build near school.
ta\\\ 964-8121 Hivy.301 Soul,Star'*. - -
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L__964-7061________.! d FILL DIRT 15.20 acre tracts high; land 50' lot and double store Property on 301 north and
on paved road Graham building in Lawtey on 301. south.
Terms. - -
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Top Soil - 10 acre tracts; coned for F.Delano Thomas,
1-3-6 acre homeiitee 4 mobile hornet 12 percent Reg. Reel state: Broker
fill; Din; miles N.W. ol Starke.. down. 964.6507 3332210ASSOCIATES
EARN and LEARNThe
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GO GUARDThe - -
Frame house In town 2 Business site just outsideof :

Call 468-1873 bedroom LR. Kit.. FR. city limits on Road 100 Judith Flynn

Very reasonable.Klngsley toward Keystone.We 964.8J84

Starke unit of the Florida National Guard STEPHEN - - Harold Epp
SMITHSTAR
Army National GuardIs has been reorganized and is now authorized to Lake area have other hou... in 9114.6618
mobile home. town and out of city limits. Steve Simmons
accept additional applications for membership.We ROUTE HAMPTON. FLA. - - 964.5881

are accepting both prior servicemen and Frame house In town 3 Arthur Bruno

Accepting FOR SALEi All kinds ol bedroom 2 bath living L68-1573
women and a limited number who have not yet FOR SALEi RogefsTheaaurus.
stationery and not. room 2 car carport
pop..t I 11.95. At Th.
been in the service.
The Office Shop phone 9645764. storage area Walnut
Office Shop phone 9 4.5764. BRASINGTONCadiuaeOUumobUe I
.. Street Ralph Bryan I
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HIGH SCHOOL 2 frame house In Sales. *Service
Serve with your buddies. Earn a good BUCK IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A PART.TIME JOB: town story- 4 bedrooms, living Real Estate fln Selection OfUudCmTakmOn

LVD LEARN Mils one weekend a month. THE room dining room, 2 fireplaces DON'T DELAY
2 baths, needs repair CaibliicTmJiit
GUARD BELONGS MAYBE YO BELONG IN Here a few tips on what t* look Ion very reasonable. BUY TODAYH 2001 N.W.13 3784301a

SENIORS THE GUARD. As a member you will not only do Madison Street. GAINESVILLE
I.You should .receive least 1900 per year to start. "THERE'S NO PLACE
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worthwhile and but
something enjoyable you 2. You should he told months In advance the dates and time LIKE HOME

will receive good pay plus FRINGE BENEFITS yOU will work for this part.time employer. LAKE BUTLER.3BR.1 B. Vita FOrm -Yltaml.-

.L\D PROMOTIONS. For additional information 3.: You should work only one weekend. per month and two LR.small DR. large family If you don't have a homeof
weeks each summer and he should buy all your meals during room all panelled Inside. your own now I. the ERzVMs'MiIwralFORAU
can visit: - -
or
work periods. lime to get one. CAN'T: CAmE
NOW 4. You should receive regular promotions with pay raises for GEORGE ROBERTS JR. AFFORD IT? The present

your length of employment. Reg.Real Estate Broker housing programs of Farm Am RIP. fM-tfTI
5. You should be paid at an hourly rate of no lea than 13,61. Phon.964.1826OPEN Home, VA and FHA could

631st 6. Your part-time job must not Interfere with another full Saturday A.M. make It poeslble. II you 11.'25 13102/17'

time civilian education. own your lot that's
1. You should receive additional education at the expense el greet! But you may qualityfor

your part-time employer,that ..OI.ld you in civilian. life. BeforeYou a package deal on a
CALL MAINTENANCECOMPANY 8. You should be given 1300 worth ol clothing for wear during NEW HOUSE and LOT

th. period yon work on your part.time job and a. It wear Buy A' with NO DOWN PAY

out he should replace It at no extra tost. MENT and perhaps lower
9. Yon should b* covered by $20,000 worth of life Iniursace monthly payments than Registered! Real

JOHN WAYNE 10.You should receive a retirement plan that will asiure yea Mobile your present ..nt.It'1 only Estate! Broker
check each month after twenty yearsol pert-time employ cost yea a little time to find

neat, at the ago ol ally Home out and well take. the Fred Sacked

\ time to help ...
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0"0" arMr NaIaNM ou..o0;
1 NOW If yon would like n part.time employer who will Broker
HERSEY meet all ol the above requirement, and if ,ou... In good Sec CaD RALPH BRYAN U.S. :301

with male or female, between the age el 17.35, call Freda Realtor llampdm, r la.
Eaten at |190"1| 5332268. '
"4878SaytlmeArtPatray
720 Edwards Rd. John E Phone IIIK-I ii3:

FLORIDA NATIONAL GUARD

964-5320 Phone 964-5320 Equal Opportunity Employer 473 3775 .fftAi'Oi: 473-2039 Aitoeialt tfnchg in ;



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I \ Controlled Trapping. Of Alligators Begins In Spring In Bradford, 9 Other Counties I

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\ Controlled trapping of In announcing the new future. will handle similar complaintsin the endangered species list by the general public. Kingsley, Geneva, and- limited Louisiana hunting has to reduce allowed its

"nuisance" alligators in policy Monday, the Florida Six private trappers have Marion, Citrus, Sumter, and given protection from Hubner said he has had Brooklyn.It increasing population of alli
Bradford and nine other Game & Fresh Water Fish been selected to handle com. and Lake Counties. hunters. Due to the increase, numerous complaints about Is estimated that Floridanow gators. Game officials say
Florida counties will get Commission said the one year plaints about 'gators in a si\* James Hubner, wildlife alligators were recently alligators in area lakes In- has close to 560,000 alligators that Florida could allow a
underway this spring "when experimental program could county area, including: officer for this area, said that removed from the endangered cluding Santa Fe, Hampton and, as the populationhas similar hunting season next
the weather warms up" and possibly lead to a statewide Alachua, Bradford, Clay, the alligator population had species list and classified as a Crosby and Sampson. He said increased, so have the after results of the experiment -
reptiles start moving after alligator trapping season for Duval,St. Johns,and Putnam,, almost doubled since 1972 "threatened species"still that several were removed number of attacks on human year have been studied.
their winter hibernation. the general public in the Game Commission personnel I when they were first placed on under protection from hunting (luring the past summer fromJOE'S beings.




oimi1cai 1977 Starke Merchants Tiger JV Boosts Record I




(n C11(1GC 1 r Review To 17-3,, On Two Wins


Scort by quirtmi
by Chris Fernsler ts 10 12 II 4 IIIP
COMMUNITY STATE BANK OF STARKE"Starke's RCT Sports Writer 10 10 14 1-I2
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LB, Holrtin I-1 13, Prlngli e. 1 JO
Union County High's junior W.bb 4.0.I. Blount I 1- I I1, Oukt 0.0>
varsity basket bailers upped 0, HignlindO-0-0 Team ".,-44if .
Friendly Bank" their record to 17.3 this past Richardson 401. Pulmtr. .0.
I, Robinson 4.0-1. N.lllel' 1 0-10,
week on a pair of wins, as they
Make the COMMUNITY STATE BANK OF STARKE at 114 Went Madison in Starke defea ted Santa Fe High School Joynit.O-ll.Tnmi Jl .0.'2.

phone 964-7830,YOUR bankl! Watch for their new location at 811 South Walnut, scheduled to 44-42 Saturday night at home Tigers 67. P.K.Yonge
open in June of this year. and PK Yonge 67 64 Friday Up by 12 big points at the
oleo!N AM INiI lltlll/N rNMYN1gH1la I./tlN a1NN,{ In addition to checking,saving and loans this community leader offers a full range of bank- night in Gainesville. end of three quarters the UHS
'" "1 M KACUM CltFPAMID 0V CtlMMUUMY NtWSPAPFMS AftSOCIATfS ing services to the residents of this area. They have established. an enviable reputation as a During the upcoming week JV Tigers had to fight off a

stronghold of the business district and they're regarded in financial circles as a great place to the Tigers will play one game furious P.K. Yonge Blue Wave
handle your personal or business matters Tuesday, February 15, at rally for a hard fought 67.64

This cornerstone of financial capability Is ready to serve you in every way they can. home against Milliard at 6:30: victory Gainesville.At Friday. night in

HOLIDAY INN Whether you're just opening a small savings; account or applying for a large loan... this is one p.m.Tigers 44. Raiders 42 the end of the third stanza

I. bank where people come first! The Tigers kittens held off a the Scoreboard read Tigers 50,
"The most accommodating/ people in the world." That's your friendly HOLIDAY INN: As the composers of this 1977 Review we urge ALL local residents to place their trust in determined Santa Fe High Blue Wave 38. However. In the
Located in Starke at Highway 301) :North, phone 964-76(10( the HOLIDAY INV: has been a this leading financial manager! The COUIU'IiITSTt'n: : : BANK: OFSTARKE1! School five Saturday night fora fourth quarter P.K. Yonge

favorite with travelers for many years now and their famous service keeps their guests 44 42 win at home, in a attempted to cram a whole
coming back again! and again.! Ite sure to stay at the HOLIDAY INN: for a rare treat in your game that was still in doubt game into one period. Down 56
DURRANCE PUMP & SUPPLY with one second remaining.With 43 with 5:34: left to play, the
travels, Also be sure to stop in and enjoy their luncheon buffet from 11-2 daily.
the Tigers by two Blue Wave then proceeded to
Like all of the others the STAKKK: HOLIDAY INN: features such luxuries as swimming up
points,44 42, and two secondsleft outscore Union County High
pools, an outstanding restaurant and some of the finest rooms A'Ii\\\1I.ltfIIIOLIUA: :! l' I INN R.V Durrance Owner in the game, Santa Fe School 21-11, the rest of the

also offers a nationwide reservation program HO that you just need to call their toll-free When need repair service for well SAW SHOPYou High went to the foul line and way. At the 0:34: mark of the
number or tell the desk clerk where ,you'll be staying and your reservation will be confirmed you on a pump your or' missed. However the shot quarter, P.K, Yonge
irrigation system,call DURRANCE: I.UlU'iU: SUPPLY'
quickly and without the usual. problems.As .. COMPANY I bounced right into the handsof narrowed the Tiger lead all
the authors of this 1977 Area Ilusiness Review, we suggest that YOU plan to stay at the the Raiders Fred Robinson theway down to one 65- 64, on
Sl'ARKE HOLIIUl. INN: : whenever you're in town Located at 864 North Temple Avenue in Starke phone don't have to be a who then attempted a soft four Arracheo Fitz' 20 foot bank
964-7061,this leading pump shop can repair most any makeor professional logger to use a foot bank shot with one shot.
BADCOCK HOME model of pump in the shortest possible time. They 1 pro's chain saw. The famous second remaining which Then with only 22 secondsleft
realize that "down time" costs you money and they'll do Ilomelite line of dependable, refused to go down. When the David Sholtes of the Blue
LAZENBY POOLSJoe FURNISHINGSCENTER everything they can to have your unit working properly hard-worldn' saws in the buzzer finally rang the Raider Wave fouled Leandrew
again. This is especially important during the irrigation choice of many experienced"lumbprjacks" players immediately became Prmgle who calmly steppedto
dazed while the Tiger players the foul line and sank both
Owner when water in of
Lazenby season means profits terms a good crop. and they'reall
with ends of and one,
jumped joy, hugging a one
I Have you ever wished that you were in a position to This firm specializes in sales, service, and parts rotary available at JOE'S: your everyone in sight. giving the Tigers a 67 64 win..
own a swimming pool but weren't sure that you could Dale Brown OwnerAn well drilling |12" to 6"1] chain saw headquarters! Leading the Union County In the final quarter the Blue
afford such a luxury? Well, having YOUR OWN: pool As dealers for famous name brand pumps, this High scoring was Leandrew Wave outscored the Tigers 26 -
doesn't require a fortune anymore! With the modern con unparalled selection of community leader knows that using the best equipment is Located at 224 East Prmgle netting 20, followedby 17. Thirteen of PK. Yonge's
struction techniques and the standardized plans that fine furniture and interior the smartest way to do when you're looking fur de Washington in Starke, Herschel Holmes with 13. fourth period points came

LA/.ENBY: POOLS) haH to offer you can have the pool of decoration items from pendability. They service all makes but they sell only the phone 964-7580, this well Pacing the Raiders were from Arracheo Fitz and
around the world. That's best! Jeremiah Joynes sinking 12 Nelson l\lathis, as they scored
your dreams for a lot less than you think. 1'hone 901-(W71 known company features a
or stop in on Highway IOU) South in Starke and find out what you'll find at BAD- The writers of this 1977 Area Business Review suggestthat quality Ilomelite saw for and Sam Nattiel who canned eight and five points

more about the low cost of owning! a I.AZJIIpool:: COCK HOME FURNISHINGS you call DfRRANCK: J PUMP: AND: SITI'I.\ everyone. From the smaller 10.In the first quarter both respectively Leandrew. Pringle finishedthe

Local residents ran observe this contractor's fine work at : CENTER in COMPANY: : when you need service on your existing pumpor heavy duty models ... teams employed the "run andgun" game as the high scorer
the Best W t.h'rn1"tl'1: in Starke at 128 West Walnut when you're in need of anew one. there's that's
Starke they have a one just right offense w hich worked a- with 22 points while Tiger
I I.A7.ENKY: pool that's just. right for your home AND: phone 9645289. This well for you! JOE'S SAW SHOP both equally well for the teammate, Herschel Holmes

your budget. This I reliable contractor Kill take care of known and respected furniture FRED SMITH CONCRETE CONTRACTORFred also is your authorized squads. At the end of the first got 16.For .
everything, from design. and installation to arranging outlet features fine dealer for "The SnapperLine" period the Tigers and Raiders P.K. Yonge, Zachary
merchandise for every room were all knotted 10 10. Hellstrom bucketed 17 points
budget financing to make your new pool a reality' of summer of total performancelawn up
fun! Joe I a/enby also specialises in block and brick in your home for the ultimate Smith OwnerWith and garden equipment.JOE'S The second stanza was almost and Arracheo Fitz scored 15.
and concrete work. in unique and beautiful a copy of the first Stiff zone defense and good
interior decor. the price of all building materials soaring, it quarter, but Union County outside shooting by both
(
'alll.ZI'JIPOOI.S:: (
and talk The
editors of
pooh
Whether it's a new living makes good sense to put your home improvement dollars SAW SHOP can I High outscored the Raiders bya teams saw the first quarterend
this 1977
Area Business Review think you'll enjoy life a room set, a bedroom en into permanent installations. here are few things you also repair most any saw on slim 12- 10 margin to take a 15 13 with the Tigers
lot more with a new LA7KNBY;:: pool! the market. Their well 22 20 edge to the dressingroom having (he edge. UHS outscored -
semble dining room fur- can do to your house" which will add as much practical
at the half. In this the Blue Wave 21 -17 in
equipped and well staffed
niture and increase the value like A
or whatever you'resure beauty concrete new
quarter the Tigers passed the the second period for a 2.30
y STEVE & SCOTT WHITEHEAD BUILDERS to find more of what driveway, patio or walk will do much' for the appearanceof repair department has ball crisply took high percentage halftime margin.1Rebounding
you want at this wellstocked your home and at the same time, add to the resale genuine replacement parts shots, ranging from "by David

Steve & Scott Whitehead Owners store. There are many value. In the Bradford County area people rely on the and many handy assessorles eight feet to layups and got Blount who dominated both
famous brand names to skill of FRED SMITH: CONCRETE: : CONIRAC1OR in to make operating your sawa some ferocious rebounding boards enroute to his 16 point

Beat the high cost of housing by' contracting your new choose from so you know Lawtey phone 782-3778 for all of their concrete work! breeze. The writers of this Hitting the boards especiallyhard game high performance forUIISIedtheTigerfivetoal4
home with the residential. construction specialists: that quality Is built into This reputable concrete contractor ran handle installation 1977 Area Business Review were Ray Webb. David -
SIKI.NI: : : ) !
Parker !Street in !St< arks, phone !If.1- ;512.This is one firm vast assortment of "period" finest workmanship. and the highest quality materials go know the value of having the These players many times 38 Tiger advantage. Blount hit
the rebound and from the free
which .strives the absolute of dollarof to match into construction. Call proper tool for the job to grabbed seven points
to get most out every pieces or compliment every remodeling project or new
started the fast break throw line, as UHS outscoredPKY .1
their client's money! 'I heir experienced buyers will your existing furni the pros and get a free estimate on YOUR next job! check with this well known l'nion County High's Lean 19 8 there.
look around thoroughly to find the best prices on ture. Whether you need a As the editors of this 1977 Area Business Review we firm for everything they drew Pringle and Herschel :March Read had seven re-
materials in toiluv's fluctuating market and they know single chair or an entire can recommend the business. practices and expert workmanship need in famous "ilomelite"chain Holmes exploded in the third bounds for UHS
how to hirekilled. laborers for less in order to save you houseful .n BADCOCK of FRED! S\II'f1i: CO\rUE'n: : (' :'\ 'IRACI'OR! saws and "Snapper" quarter, as each scored six In the first half PK Yonge

even more! HOME FURNISHINGS: to anyone needing the \'EnFIiESl': in concrete work. mowerHICOOPER'S points, helping the Tigers out- hit 12-28 field goals for a 42.5
Building your own home is a costly proposition at best CENTER: has more to offer! score the Raiders 16 14 By percent average, while the
t these da,... Let the professionals. at this reputable concern The writers of this 1977 the end of the quarter L'mon Tigers connected on 14 3":), a
do their level best for you when it comes to keeping Review would like to com County High held a 38 :44 40 percent average The
advantage.In second half saw the Blue
the cost of jour new home down to an absolute minimum. pliment this qualityconscious NURSERY AND
the final stanza the Wave swish 13 36 field goals
The I editors of this 11(77!( Area Business Review suggest furniture dealer for .
good rebouding for
Tigers got attempted a :36 1 percent
that vou don't give ANY construction firm the goaheadwith their outstanding selection' performances from Kay average next to Union County
your home until vou've contacted SIEMO!< : AND AND: their fine service to LANDSCAPE COMPANYBob Webb. David Blount and Herschel High School's 10 28. a 357
!S1)I'I'< I I Will' miC: :.\D 111'II.IH.KS and discovered just the residents of the local Holmes again, but got percent average For the

how little the !finest i building services really cost! area. Cooper OwnerFor outscored 8 6, yet won t the game the Blue Wave hit 39
game 44 42. I percent of their shots and the

the hardiest, most beautiful stock anywhere it's Cooper's :Nursery and Landscape The leading rebounders for Tigers, 38 percent.
Union County High were Ray ,,
BALDWIN CHEVROLET-OLDS. INC. Company at 2111 :North Temple in !Starke. phone 96-1-1 1II1. Here you'll find a dazzling Webb with six. David Blount, PKY Scortby U"quarter I 2.-44
array of plants, flowers and shrubs that are just right for any do-it-yourself landscaping pro \\hoclaimE'd six and Herschel LB II 21 14 22-8
that have in mind. Bob is also for commercial landscaping Pay Anderson I 0.2. Fill. 7 I II.
ject you may Cooper your professional Holmes with four. .
( With so munv of the new models being similar in features and price how does thpprop..cti'e and beautification, including: designing, planting sodding, maintenance and the installation From the field for the gamethe Ores 4. I',13.1.2.5.McCrol Melltlromi. I 1, Poopl.1 17.,2 Mathit I i,
new car buyer know ? hirh automobile Is best for him? Well, as the saying goes, service of lawn sprinkler systems.Do Tigers hit on 19. 58 shots Ttarn 3. t ,..
"If you don't know. cars,.know the man buy from." in this consumers are fortunate LB, Holmet4.I. It. Pringlt 2.12 JJ
you area very 1 you need trees for shade beauty or fruit? tour area nursery has these, too..in all for a 32.7 percent average Webb 2-l I .1.5,412-2 .2 Highland' 0
in having/ a dealer like II \LDtt IN CHKROI.ETOLDS: INC. Located on Highway varieties and sizes. Start something/ growing today..it's the natural way to make everything compared to Santa Fe High's .2. Blount.0.a. Duknl 4. Ttartl:
11)1: ) north, phone' !911-751)2', this well known firm is your authorized representative for famous beautiful. 21 64, a 32.8 percent mark J4 ,It 11.o .

( hevrolrt car and trucks and Oldsmobiles.! Besides offering a full line of quality products: Cooper's :Nursery and Landscape Company has a lot more than just the plants and trees to

this community-minded dealership bases its success on a simple fact of good business: keep make your home or business bloom with beauty. They specialize in landscape design and can

the customer satisfied! offer many helpful suggestions for the enhancement of your grounds.The '
(
The business of customer satisfaction begins in the showroom and continues right! on authors. of this 1977 Consumer's Review urge lUll to see the most. qualified and Tiger ..tl.ff'r .
through/ their romplc
test equipment assure >ou that your new Chevrolet or<)Mdsmobile will "keep you satisfied" for beautiful" for your home or business.STARKE IFI'01I11'31-\\ :m,
many years to come! footers to layups. Tracy Fitz
The writers of this 1<77 Review suggest iu stop by HU.IWIN: CHEVROLETOLDS'showroom and Walter Filer each hit both !got( eight points for the Blue
ends of one on one's for the Wave, as he shot high arching
very soon We think vou'll he satisfied!
MOTOR PARTS Tigers but not before PKY'sTracy jumpers from 14 feet.
Fitz hit a soft 20 foot Down by five points heading
jumper with 39 seconds! remaining into the third stanza, P,K.
STARKE KOAVictor T R. Ratliff ManagerWhen to cut a 73 .69' Tiger Yonge scorched.1 the nets for 24
advantage to 73 71 and make points a nd led by the quarter'send

and Marie D'Avanzo Owners you need auto parts in a hurry, do what leading garage! owners and repairmen have the Union High faithful nervous 52 51 The Blue Wave's
been doing for years, see your friendly :.NAPA' jobber: S F'tltKE: \Wl'UIt: I \RTS' !
As with the other Kit \ campgrounds located around the country the STAItKK: KOA in Easily: accessible at 155 West Brownlee, phone 9Vi-Ti)60( () this reliable parts and supply The their Tigers shots\ ((32 hit -50 63):)8) percentof and the down period to P 18.K.points.Yonge During reboundedwell this

Starke on highway 301) .south phone !9 lt i 1-8-184.' offer a haven of rest and relaxation to the house carries a full line of parts for all domestic autos. Their well laid out shop and efficient Blue Wave, 51 percent ((31 with !Nathaniel: Hell-
road personnel assure you of a quick stop whenever you need a part. Call :NAPA' first! You won't 391.)
tnveler.1'he
wear* owners, Mctor and :Marie D'Avanzo always do their very best to Strom and David Hope leading
make your stay- as comfortable as possible have to call anyone else! They carry a complete line of parts for auto trucks,and tractors. Leading Tiger scoring was the way. The rebounding com-

\t your friendly KOV campground you clean\ up rest pick up needed supplies andotherwise Need custom accessories or speed equipment? tour friendly :'IiPhtore has that too! Bovzie Perry with 29, but he plemented crisp passing and
gel reach for the continuation of your trip. You'll always find the friendliest people Everything you need to make your car look and run its bent. There is also a fine selection of was followed by three other unselfish offensive play. No
and the best accommodations. at KO:\.that's the way they like it! do-it-yourself! repair books and factory service manuals available. players in double figures. Blue Wave player scored over
t Convenient)*' located near .scenic areas and .shopping this fine campground features Regardless of what y OU need for the repair of your car... /\I.A has it! The writers of this Walter Filer netted 21. Alfred four points in the stanza.
r manyneeded Holmes 13 and Jessie Blount
,, services fur the hiker bicyclist and trailer camper. Their showers and washrooms. 1977 Area Business Review suggest that you visit STARKE :MOTOR PARTS today and discover 10 The final quarter saw P.K.
what selection antl service is all about! Yonge hit the first field goalon
provide a great place to do, your laundry' and wash the miles off your body. You'll feel AND: Tracy Fitz seized 25 points !Nathaniel: Hellstom's five -
look your best after a .stay at KO\! and !'oathaOlelliellstrom: 18 to foot jumper from the court's
the writers. of this 1977! Area Business Review suggest! that you camp at the- !STARKE pace Blue Wave scoring. left corner for a 54 51 Blue
KOV whenever vou're in the area. We highly recommend it to social groups as well astravelers ROSIER'S MONUMENTS AND NURSERYMarvin The game began with the Wave lead. The advantageeven
in this area. Tigers jumping off to a 11-2 stretched to 58 5.1 with
t advantage By the end of the 6:45: remaining, but the Tigers
& Louise Rosier Owners first quarter they held a 13.6 fought back and took a 65-64
lead The Tigers moved the lead at the 4:13 mark
ROBERT L KITCHENS : on an
Creating masterpieces intone and fine ml'talls the full time job of HOSIER'S :MONUMENTS : ball frequently and rapidlyand Alfred Holmes' foul shot.

: : AND: :NURSERY! : at 301 South Walnut in Starke, phone 96-1-62U: one of the region got balanced scoring from Union High never traileda
) Tile Contractori the 10-13 foot When
i range.
most highly regarded monument makers.In ain. although they did have
i you nerd tile work done at a reasonable cost, contact ROBERT L. KITCHENS: Tile addition to monuments, this firm specializes in greenhouse plants floral arrangements, they there did miss.to gather Jessie in the Blountwas rebound some anxious moments. The

'i contractor; 1 I his respected tile contractor specializes in all types of new construction remodeling plants trees fertilizers) and insecticides.! and help set up a new Tigers and the won the i9 quarter. 28.19

and repair work. If it's tile that you need ... this Is the best man for the job. It'i a beautiful final tribute when your family select one of the many fine designs in play.In Pacing game Tiger rebounders 71.
I ocaled. at 2M East Washington in !Starke, phone 96 6923.. this well known contractor can the
granite marble or bronze that this experienced craftsman has to offer. There's one of the the second quarter were Jessie Blount with 11 and
handle ceramic quarry and vmvl I tile with equal' skill. The work is alu an* done to your complete area's largest selection to choose from and every stone has the touch of the master on it. teams played "run and gun," Paul White 8.

i\ satisfaction and he'U be proud to show you his r..furallist of satisfied customers. This Artistic quality and eternal beauty is what you get when you choose your monument from the with P.K. Yonge winning 22. Scor by quarter!
j reputable contractor also. specializes in new carpet installation. outstanding collection available here. 20.but the Tigers took a shaky L. 1] .20 l| 24-75

\ 1| Kitchen and bathroom remodeling .are just a couple of the specialities of ItOUKKT: L. KITi ROSIER'S MONUMENTS: : AND: :NURSERY! : alwayi available to help you select the mon 33 28 at lead the half.into the dressingroom Pay LBi Perry 10.'n,.jt. Holm J4 .x 2.. 1.-n 71,
Boyzie Perry
} i CIIKNS:: 'J' Contractor. Whatever your needs in beautiful tile work, or carpet, contact this. ument or marker which best suits your needs and desires. Their prices are exceptionally led the Union County High .10. T.on".2.21.)], white. |IS_ .J-1.4... Blount I'S.

reliable' contractor first! reasonable and their work is among the very beat! As the authors of this 1977 Review we fast break, scoring eight Pay Bank I.II. 0.Pin l> 1 u,
j I he w writers nl f this l 1977! Area Husiness. Review' suggest that you make thin leading tile con- urge all area residents to make this fine monument work their first choice when it comes to M.IHtr.m4-J.H.. H.F.2. .a.5.team t.
traitor our first ihoice; for all of your projects! investing in an eternal tribute. points, ranging from five .J-U.Oumtana.2.'. T.ami 11..,11.Id .



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Season Mark, Host PKY Tonight o I I,

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BCT by Chris f'ernsler Sharon Simmons hit a layup could not convert any of them. the most assists for the Big
Sports Writer and a foul shot. Union County t Twice they turned the ball Red, getting four Judy
Bradford High girls' Tornadoes High let the Big Red score over and they had one missed Williams had three. ( zr iJ
basketballers almost three times before Sharon shot of around five-feet, too. 11 1D \ 1 1rB ,
blew a nine point fourth Simmons scored, but at this BHS was led in scoring by Scar by quarters
quarter lead Monday night, point the Tigers still trailed Cassandra Johnson and Judy I1-I6
but held on for a 46-45 thriller only 46-45. Williams, who each scored 16 BCi Johnson I-O. U,Wllllami 1 Ila. I !
over Union County High in the The score ended up that points. Coltrana 3-1 .7. M.In12. 2. 7. IUl "
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Big Red gym. way, but not without causing Pacing the Tigers after Murphy.0.O.Totals 20-a. ../ I
The 3-5 Tornadoes will next some near heart failures. In Sharon Simmons' 15 pointswas LBi Slmmonl..McGIII7.0.14.Stoutomlr.. 2-0-4. Oaarga 1 0-1. "i I
be in action tonight (Thur- the last 59 seconds the Tigers Melissa McGill with 14. BldUlK J-J-i.BoiwallO-1-1 ParryO-0 ,
sday, Feb. 10)) against P.K. stole the ball three times, yet Emma Murphy collected 0. Totals 1* 7 4$. .

Yonge at 8 o'clock in the Big ,

Red gym. On Monday, Feb. BHS Girl 2619Despite (
14, BUS will travel to Green Caeers: Beat Clay ''N-
Cove for '-' eo
Springs an 8 p.m. tip-
off with Clay High. a slow start, the and holding Green Cove play aggressive defense. BHS j,
Coach Jerry McGriff'a BHS girls' junior varsity scoreless. In this period denied Green Cove Springs

Tornadoes held a 37-28 lead at basketball Tornadoes pre Janice Jockel of the Big Red High the easy shot. At times ..,.-.....r<
the 5:43: point of the fourth vailed, 29-16, Monday night dominated the backboardsboth the Tornado defense was so
period, but three minutes over the Green Cove Springs'Blue offensively and defensively effective that the Blue Devils These are the members of the 1976-77 Bradford High girl's Team members are (left to right): manager Mira Hankerson,
later they had the advantagecut Devils in the Big Red which gave the were doing well to just get a varsity basketball team,the first at BUS since 1961, which hosts Judy Williams Denise Revel Cynthia Allen, Betty Jean Hudson -
all the way down to one, 41- gym. Tornadoes many oppor- shot off. P.K. Yonge In home court action tonight, Thursday (Feb. lot) at Cassandra Johnson Emma Murphy Joy Malnes Cults
40, on a fastbreak layup by The 4-3 Tornadoes will next tunities to score. By the end of Following Janet Easley 8 o'clock. Hawkins. Frances Coltrane Mary Berry, and Coach Jerry Me.riff. 1
Sharon Simmons, who toppedthe be in action tonight (Thurs- the period the score was all with eight points for BUS was (. Susan Klalock, also a team member not pictured
Tiger scorers for the day, Feb 10)) against P.K. knotted up at 8-8. Valerie Chandler with six and
Yonge in a home game, with Janet Darley who netted six. .
collecting 15.
game Shortly The third stanza saw BHS -
after that the Big Red's Joy the tip-off at 6:30: p.m. run the Blue Devils off the Starris Washington and Tornado Earn 3rd win
Gina Johnson paced the Blue Baby Cagers
Mains was fouled and went to Coach Jerry McGriff's court 10-2 for an 18-10 advantage -
Devil attack scoring four
the line for
a one-on-one. She .
the for
Leading
squad came out in the first way each.
took a couple of deep breaths quarter and proceeded to the Big Red was Janet Easley I
Bradford County High was
and sank both ends. That gave score only two while with four of her game leading
points led in rebounding by Janice 48-46 Gainesville BuchholzBradford
BHS two
very important the Blue Devils swished eight points, as she hit two Jockel as she snared eight Edging By
points and a 43-40 lead. through eight Starris jump shots from five feet while Janet Darley got six.Scort .
Then at the 1:50: mark of the Washington caused the most Bradford County High kept High's junior avenges an early season loss final period of play as the at the close of the opening
stanza the Tigers scored on a trouble for BHS in the quarter, the pressure on the Blue by QuartarttBCH varsity basketball Tornadoes to the Bobcats, came on the teams battled down to the quarter.
five-foot jumper from the as she hit for four points on Devils in the final period, too, OCS I 2 0 a 10 2 11 6 --16 1 earned their third victory on heels of a Friday night loss to wire. The visiting Crusaders'third
court's right hand corner by two field goals which were winning the eight minute BCH, Darlay lot, Blgga 101 the current season here Jacksonville's Bishop Kenny, The Tornadoes held a !slim period edge promoted
Lola Stoutamire and Union from beyond 10 feet. battle 11-6 and the game 2916. Wllllami 1-1 I .5.Bully 400.. Jocktl.1.0.1, Tuesday night with a 48 46 and puts the Tornado JV at 3 two point lead 36 34_going BUS JV Coach Reddy Cox to
County trailed only 43-42 The However, in the second This stanza saw Janice Jockel Chandlar, '.0.,. Turns 13 3 1OCSi .. win over Gainesville's 12 for the current campaign.The into the final period, having clear the Tornado bench as
Tigers did not score again quarter the Tornado girls once again rule the back- Moody I.0.2.Johnson Hayward 104.1.0.2.Green Waihlngton 1.1.3 Buchholz HighTuesday's Tornado JV continues fought back from an 18-20 half- the contest entered its final
until the 0:59: point when fought back, scoring six points boards and the entire team 1-04, Ballamy 0.1.'. Total 7.114. victory, which home court action tomorrow time deficit, behind the com quarter here Friday night.
night (Fridav. Feb 11) in bined scoring efforts of Ross Two members of the Tornado -
i hosting' Live Oak." The' JV Cummings and Miller. Ross JV squad hit for double
hosts Bolles the following and Cummings shared high figures prior to taking up
LSVE ffl1 FIRST EIGHTVALENTINES night, Saturday Feb 12 The point honors for the TornadoJV spectator's roles in the fourth
JV squad meets Macclennyhere for the evening with 12 quarter. Center Kevin Miller I
next Tuesday night, Feb points apiece while Miller and forward Dwayne Cum-
15. added 10. mings shared high point
MY 1 Ross poured in six unanswered honors for BUS with 10 apiece. I
BUS 48, BUCHHOLZ 46 points midway Miller 6-3, was given the
Frazier Bass scored on a through the third period to unenviable task of guarding I
4 1 driving layup with just 40 give the BHS JV the lead, at 35 Bishop Kenny's Kendrick in
seconds remaining to break 46 32, for the first time of the man-to-man coverage in the
46 deadlock, then Ben Ross evening, as the Tornadoes opening half, and did an ad-
SALE controlled a defensive rebound overcame a slow start in first mirable job of defending I
and the Tornado JV period action. against the visiting JV giant,
held the ball for the last 23 The Tornadoes trailed the according to Coach Cox.
seconds in earning a Tuesday visiting Bobcats 10 16 at the But, at time, there was no
GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES & TELEVISION night victory over Buchholz close of first period play but stopping the 6-7 freshman,
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"Overall, it was our best Buchholz squad its 12th loss on pivot hook shot and added the
GIVE HER A game to date," BHS JV Coach the season against five wins. sure two point move to his
__ Reddy Cox commented after arsenal of inside shooting firepower '
'
his squad's win over the Bob Scoro by Qu.r'o,", \
Whirlpool.FREEZElf Whirlpool cats which avenged a BHS 10' 10 12-.0 Predictably, Kendrick was
Suchholt 14 4 14 12 44
also the Crusaders'
loss the leading
January 21 to Gaines-
BHS-Ross 2. II.Cummings-2.
\ Free ville squad. Final score in the 11,Millar 9 0.10, Holhl 2.1Baee2- rebounder for the outing,
earlier Tornadoe Bobcat JV 0.4,CMb.rl 60.2.Totals.21.4.40Bucnnoii clearing the boards 10 timeson
-Allan 7.2. 17, Burnt 4.0. the evening while Coach
clash a 22 point edge to .
gave .
1 WilllamiS O. ID Brown 2.I 5 ReedI
: GAS the Buchholz JV cagers, 63 I* .2,Tarry 1 .0.2.Jay 1.0.2. Totalt: Cox had equal reboundingtotals
41. 21.4.46. of eight from Miller,

All Freezer / I PotHolder Coach Cox commenting on Cummings and forward Ben
individual JV cagers following BHS 51,CRUSADERS 69 Ross.
DRYER the Tuesday night victory said Paced by 6-7 "center"Bob t "The win here Friday night
Now On Sale puts Bishop Kenny's JV squad
center KeVin Miller and for- Kendrick's game high 20
ward Ben Ross"did a good job points, Bishop Kenny's Cru- at 6-7 in the win-loss columns
At BigSavings She Will LDVe in crashing in on the boards all saders downed their Bradford thus far on the current season.
night." Final stats show the High junior varsity counterparts
You For This pair of tall JV players shared 69-51 here Friday night. Score by quarters:
honors for the
top rebounding Kendrick slowed somewhatby BitS 10 U 14 12 II
LDI 5700 outing with eight apiece. BK 12 1. 20 11 4MS .
Now Only an obvious head cold, was
Prices Start i For All \ Bass and fellow guard Fred joined in double figures for the / -Millar 4.J.10,Cummlngl4 1-10.
As Low As Hollis, along with forward outing by teammates Mauric Bus.2.1.. Host 3.>I. Shall 2.).a, Hallla
$24000 \ Dwayne Cummings, all Rouhlac and Ricky Schellen- 2.1.I s.Robinson. .1.1.2, Donlay 0-I-I.I Taamtolalu
19 II SI
turned in their"best defensive berg who tossed in 12 and 11 SICKendrick.110. Rouhlac S.2.12.
$10900 game to date," in stopping the points respectively as the Crusaders Schallanbarg 'Sill Oourlay 304. Janklni .
The Ladies Buchholz outside shooting fought back from an 1.33.Holiandarl 104.HollacK 2.0.4.Lianard .
104. Vandarharit Oil. Mar-
attack. early second period deficit to
land 0.101. Team totals 21.11-S0.
Bass' game winning bucket, take a 31-24 halftime advantage
coming with just 40 seconds and stretched the
remaining, climaxed a hard lead to 13 at the close of third
fought contest, which saw the period action, Bishop Kenny EmploymentSurvey
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I 1 I i Tornado Wagers; Drop To 9-10 For Season On Losses To Buchholz & KennyBradford I


High's basketball u 1 "Break out the pads was the 63-36 final score during the free throw line for the outing passes to speedsters Ken Crusader passes In limited
Tornadoes slipped below the the call from the stands here final two minutes. The 15 In three trips on nine per- Hempton and Fred Aldridgeon playing time.
500 mark for the current sea Friday night as the Tornadoesand points came on a pair of field sonals and one technical call the fast break was wat-
son on a pa ir of losses in home the visiting Crusaders goals and 11 successful trips to against the visitors. chea closely by officials. Score by quartersi
court cage action this past fou (ht their way through first the charity stripe.In BHS center David Walker Walker and Coach Adkinson aHS 11 10 10 1*
week. period action, Bishop Kenny all, the Crusaders took the brunt of the game along with local fans, BK 11 I 19 II I* MBHS
I The Tornadoes, currently 9- eventaully winning the collected 21 tallies on the officials' calls; he was the shook their heads in disbeliefon
10 on the season, dropped a I quarter by a single point, 12- evening from the free throw lone eager fouling out for the several occasions, ,Carlar- Aldrldge 1.0-4,Godwin 7-l-U 1-0-1, Hampton, Aycol toll I.0I -
Friday night contest to Bishop 11. line making 29 trips to the contest. Walker's aggressive following calls going againstthe walker 0 l-l. Team totals 17114.K .
Kenny and fell to Bucliholz ot : Opening quarter action charity stripe on 18 team fouls the boards which Tornado big man. aura ...17, M.... '.2.', Whit'mlro
the BUS gym Tuesday. kA gave local basketball fans anda called against the Tornadoes.In includes the use of elbows to Walker collected 10 rebounds 1-1-7, Baldwin JO.4. Janklns t-44,
Bradford High cagers will '+. large delegation of Crusader contrast, the BUS squad gain control of rebounds and before fouling out in Williams totalll 0-4-4,11.11.63.Hill 20.4. Carrlgan' ,I-I-J.
Tam
be looking) for a return to the followers all the elements had just two points from the open up room for quick out the late going to lead the Tor-
win (trail in three home games necessary for what promisedto andoes battle under the
'.r-o.. .:;,.. .
luring the upcoming week be a downtothewirefinish. boards, followed by Andrew "The simpler
The Tornadoes kick off the Kenny's Gary Hill was Carter with eight.
week's home stand tomorrow called down for goal tending in Friess was leading re- your return, the
night against Live Oak Jacksonville the early going, Tornado bounder for Bishop Kenny "
Bolles visits here Saturday G center David Walker slapped with 13, followed by teammate less we charge.
night and Macclenny's down an inside shot by pre Gary Hill's 11 snares.
Itaker County High cagers season All-American selection Friess also led all scoringfor
visit the BHS gym next Tuesday lpbf Brad Friess and the lead the outting with 27 points.
night. changed hands six times on Top point producers for )
the quarter.But Coach Adkinson's Tornadoeswere i

IUlS:>7. Itl'CllllOLZeS: : the promise never Aldridge with 15 and '
I materialized, and the anticipated Hampton with 12 points. : )
.
"Every time we built up a .v close game turned into One bright spot in the Tornado )
lend, we got in a hurry and a Crusader runaway in loss was the per Henry W. Block
forgot what we were supposedto s a second period play. formance of Ken Aycox, foot That's Reason No. 2. Block
no," Tornado Coach Friess led the way as the ball stand out turned eager dIdn't t become America
Warney Adkinson commented visitors tallied eight un- who came off the bench and largest income tax
I following his squads 57 65 loss .1 r answered points in the initial combined catlike quicknesswith preparer charging high
to Gainesville's Buchholz 1 moments of second quarter the sure hands of a defensive prices. For example if you
High cagers here Tuesday J (h action. Then after the squads i0R N40 back to pick off three qualify for the short form,
night. 1 h exchanged a pair of field we charge a very low price I.-
Coach Adkinson noted his t -i goals and BIIS collected its Teal ElectricElectric Even if your return is more ..
BUS squad| held a six point second and final point for the L3 complicated Block's' fee ,
lead twice during the ,contest evening from the free throw Work At its Best is still very reasonable.
but just could not hold the : line the Crusaders finishedoff -
wlge. the quarter with another a ad H&R BLOCK
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Tornadoes! held the lead seven point surge. .'
for much of the Tuesday night '1'111II: tt' K .VI'VOKK.. Ron Hampton's lightning quick Fla. TFN 1 18 N. Walnut 964.8286 /
clash, but a BUS turnover moves (fin ('c ItUliop Kcnm's Hamlv :Alcrk, .11. Into II turnover in The second period provedthe .-
v ith the score knotted at 57- List I 1"1 liit.n's Tornado-l'iiisuilcr! flash at BUS g>m. squad's undoing victory of hopes.the BHS The d .3- Extra Clean Cars *
all, as the game clock would 1
Tornadoes canned just five
down to the final three \\lll'lIthe Tornadoes) : gained a Buchholz hit on 30 of 65 shots during the quarter, and AUTO *
minutes of play, gave the Bob- :2K-W! edge over the visiting from the field for the evening points trailed 16-31 at the half. : aiU1E; i
cats and the break they were Bobcats. while the Tornadoes were 28 : ,""I"IS
looking for in earning the hard Like the fourth quarter sixpoint for 55. BUS Coach Warney Adkin- a SALES '
fought victory Buchholz lead the second quarter Score by quarters son called for the three EwIv 1 f.B I Li (LL *' ; :.
collected four unanswered
edge vanished quickly At the quarter court press midway
points following the late BHS half the s'oreIIS tied at 28- BHS "14 14 ,14 IS 57 through third period play = 1976 PONT FY
Buchholl 12 10 It II H i 1977 PONT CATALINA J
turnover then slowed) action all. BHS-Aldrid..1I.0.21. HftmotonS-Q. when the Crusaders mounteda kkI .
Ion snail's pace in picking up Bucliliolz center 6.7 Glen! 10., walkvr 4.1.*. Carter. 401. Godwin 2- 20 point lead 40-20, with I? I Pl 1t 4 Door Power Windows, GRAND PRIX n \
the win. .lackson' paced the Bobcat win 0 4. Team totals- Jackson: 21 I 17.Bucnnoli '..I.If. Gould 7-1- limited success cutting the 111 1 Do Tilt Wheel Less Than Power Windows !!
,, I Fourth quarter play (opened with 111 points on the evening 16, Hill SOIL DtCouriay 3.0... Terry 1- visitors' lead to 42.26 as the f 4r :j
with the Tornadoes trailing 42- Jackson was joined in double 01. Danloll 3.J'. Tam tolalli 30-1 41. contest entered its final eight 2.000 Miles, AM/FM Clean
44. but center David Walker figures by Bob Could, with Hi minutes.
found t the range on his short .ind Derek! I Hill, with 10. The Tornadoes trimmed i $6895 $5100 i
jump shots and tossed in six of Jackson ami\ I Ml led the BUS 36. (UUSADKIIS 63 another two points off the Crusader tc ,.
his nine points: for the evening Bobcats in assists with two lead through the first
I during the opening two each, and Jackson and Gould What began as a tough Five minutes of the fourth : 1976 CHEV. MONTE 1974 MAZDA '
minutes of I the period. led the Huchliolbattle under physical and evenly matched quarter but when Walker .. CARLO
Walker's six points combined 1 the boards,, with 10 rebounds contest turned into a rout here Fouled out with just over two ..,- '-- Rx3 Sta. Wg. ..
with two of forward Fled Al- apiece Friday night as Bradford and a half minutes remainingit III 14.000 Miles Black Inside AIC 4 Speed "
dridge's game high 21(> points Joining' t Aldridge! in double I High's basketball Tornadoesfell marked the close of BIIS Bishop Kenny's Brad Friess, ,1:1: a pro-season prep school All- 8 Out Extra Sharp 5
gave BIIS its second six point figures for HI IS was Ken from grace with game i scoring for the evening. American selection, defends against inside jump shot by Bradford -
lead for the outing Hampton with points on the officials, and were humiliated Kenny's Crusaders held a High's David Walker, as tills ror"lIl'd11111'1'" Curler $2195
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Bradford High's first six l'n'lIlI1ltn.ll'l'w fatter led 63.36, by Bishop Kenny's Crusaders 18-36 lead when Walker collected muscles another Crusader out of the lane in positioning( himselffor $4995
point lead of the content! t came the Toinadocs, under the before home fans at his limit in personal an anticipated rebound. -,

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