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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 17, 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 )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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\ in a move toward In- and a rate increase on a

creasing electric rates for the sliding scale with the greatest
majority of commercial users commercial user paying the

the Starke City Commission lowest rate.Presently. Commission Asks
batted figures around for two
hours at its meeting Tuesday a user of 100,000
4 4s night. KWH is charged 3.0 cents per
4
KWH. Edwards
figures raise
The council was unable to that to 4.3 cents. The rates In- DOT 5
settle the three week old issue crease as the commercial cus- Repave

when the rate structure tomer uses less electricity.For .
bogged down in a myriad of 1,000 KWH the current
confusing figures. The utility rate is 6.1 cents, the figure
committee and the bond used for discussion was a new Secondary RoadsIn
trustees arranged to meet rate of 7.2 cents at 200 KWH
Anthony .Franklin a four-year science student at Bradford will enter his project In the upcoming Bradford Science Fair. It Monday Feb 21, at 5 p.m. In the current rate is 7.6 cents -
High explains to fellow students how he measures the rats of Inwill make the fourth straight year he has entered the local city hall for more discussion.The with a possible figure to raiseit an attempt to curb asked for a meeting with the
crease: in tobacco plants of the Tobacco Mosaic irus. science fa ir. Last year Franklin went to state project concerning full council is to meet to 10.1 cents.Edwards climbing costs of maintaining county which is $50,000 in
the doubling of chromosomes In plants using the again Wednesday, Feb. 23, at secondary roads, Bradford arrears to DOT for main
Franklin the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Franklin of LavUey, chemical| 'olchlclna. 7 p.m. to try to adopt a new said the city be- County commissioners have tenance. DOT wanted to make

commercial rate. structure. gins to lose money now when a asked the Department of arrangements to be paid.
4 NEXT THURSDAY, FRIDAY, FEB. 24-25 Council members finished commercial customer used Transportation to push to top Commissioners wanted to
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the of know why some hasn'tbeen
' their other business before over 1,500 KWH. At that level priority retopping 25 paving
:' the miles of already paved roads. done in Bradford
trackling the needed rate is 2.5 cents per KWH, County
figures to
but that power from FP&L is With $880,000 accrued in the in the past year. The county
offset the loss of
revenue that currently costing the city 2.8 county's secondary road fund, keeps getting bills. Brown
BHS Science Fair On Tap comes from for operating the the cents per KWH. maintained by the DOT the said, end wanted to know
plant of
power city
Starke in these', times of county can retop the 25 milesat where the money is going.It .
... The city currently has 436 $10,000 per mile, a total cost
soaring fuel costs and in is hoped if the five roads,
A dazzle of science projects effects of an all purpose plant early afternoon. Judges will students involved in the fair flation. commerical meters, but the of $250,000, and left to still have the which the county asked pre-
by students from the ninth to food Basic H, and liquid ferti- include education and other will include 9 through 12 Councilman Joe Warren top 23 customers use 66 per enough Pleasant money Grove Church pave Road viously to have repaved, are
the 12th will be from graders from BHS. Areas of cent of the all the commercial it will cut down
grades exhibited lizer 15-7-7, on plants; Gene professional people presented a set of figures he with some left over, accordingto retopped on
at the annual Bradford Tanner 12th grade will con- Gainesville, Lake Butler, most popularity usually are had worked up for discussion.A power and 20 percent of the Road Chairman Dave Shu- the maintenance costs. The
High Science Fair scheduledfor struct a project based on Solar Palatka and Starke.An behavioral botany, zoology, proposed commercial rate total power generated, Edwards roads are:
Thursday and Friday, Powered Water Heat. health and medicine, microbiology based on Florida Power and said.Figures ford.Maintenance of SR 235, 7 miles from SR 1
'\ Feb 24-25 in the Math-Science Robin Chism, 12th grade, open house for public and biochemistry.The Light rates would, raise the '' worked up by paved roads, for which secondary the 100 SW to junction of SR 231 at
building at Bradford High will be working with white viewing of the display is set top 25 projects from the current minimum from $1.50to Warren for the month of county' contracts with DOT, Brooker.
School. rats to determine if disin- for Thursday night betweenthe local BHS fair will be enteredin $3; each commercial cus- 1977 show income SItS 125, 8.5 miles, northof
1 January are continually rising as con
Some of the projects that tegrated ascorbic acid can hours of 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. the Suwannee Valley Re- tomers would pay 59 cents from electric current was dition of the raods deteriorate, Lawtey from DuPont to
\ have already been entered cause diabetes mellitus and An awards ceremony for the gional Science Fair to be held per kilowatt hour (KWH) for $100,830 and expenditures for both Commissioner Shuford New River.
are: Melanie Morris, 10th kidney malfunctions; CynthiaLee presentation of ribbons will Thursday, March 31, and the first 800 KWH; 4 cents for that same month were $91,639for and County Clerk Gib Brown SRS 225 7 miles. SR 100
grade, "The effects of temperature Griffith, 10th grade, will also be during this time. Friday. April 1, at Lake City all over 800 KWH; and an fuel oil and for power purchased told the Telegraph. The north to SR 16. the Bayless
on the growth of a be using bees to show.what During school hours on Community College.The additional 5 percent fuel adjustment from FP&L, $13,500 in county budgeted $125,000 for Highway.SR .
Venus Fly Trap;' Nancy Hil- effect the reduction of physi- Friday the projects will be top 25 to 30 projects charge. salaries,$10,113 in state utility'u'i.and'41,2$3..ro..plWu'e. secondary road maintenance 200A 2.0 miles from US
dreth 12th grade.,::i Is.jherej: ", *?, ,jealarea of the olfactory gland available .foa"?viewing by from,the regional fair will be .t"1 r4rk! Me"il! 'liwllld .. .'>tdaylsrland: tt>>rate biflt/ **n ..1301: snuttvoU. wtey to junction. ''
" correlation between the of the worker bee has on Its. students, faculty and others entered in the State Science provided- another set of pairs, and supplies, making a coming in from DOT it'win S.'' 'tJ(6R8 a36.sa4rwteyF.e
development of permanentteeth attraction to the queen. throughout the county.As Fair April 27-30 at Indian figures for discussion showing'an deficit for the month of cost around$140,000 before the -SR 18 one-half mile, from
and the prediction of The projects are to be set up of now the number of River Community College in increase in the present January of $21,869. Last year budget year is out, Brown SR 100 (the Charley Johns
reading success in a growing at 9:30: a.m. on Thursday projects is not certain, but in Ft. Pierce, said Jerry minimum bill from $1.50 to $5, the total utility fund net loss said. Road) to Crystal Lake turnoff.
child;/' Lynn Dyal, 11th Judging is scheduled to beginat the past the number has McGriff, BHS Science De- the 45 percent surcharge thatis was $131,000, Warren said. "Patching is a waste of time The commission also asked
j. grade, 'A comparison of the 10 a.m. and conclude in the ranged from 50 to 75. The partment chairman. presently being- charged.. AnA Shuford states the DOT officials to proceed

1 Present at the request of The;matter came to; a head with the paving of the

BOWEN TELLS CITY COUNCIL Charles Schaefer was Free- last week when DOT officials (see Page 9>
Two Sections man Register III, local Gulf
112.irJlt'lIltTirr.\ Oil dealer and city supplier, to
IB-6B give the city a look into the the
future about the cost of fuel. Rep. Williams Honored
,
Police Cracking Down Register said could not predict -
what would happen, but in

all probability the price of But Is Not Aggressively
t diesel fuel would continue to
increase. Diesel, the major
item in the city budget at
nearly a million dollars has Seeking U.S. C.D. Post

t On Litterin Loitering risen 1.75 cents a gallon since -
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J1 ,. December. That increase
.r / alone means an additional "I 1 am not aggressively Bradford County director of
cJ: $25,000 a year to the city. U the seeking the office but feel Civil Defense and during that
A crackdown to enforce members Epps, Wilbur agreement for use of the Ed- city was able to use natural honored to be under con period he received special
laws on litter from beer and Waters and Vernon Silcox wards Road Softball complexon Council members were told gas instead of fuel oil the sideration," Rep. Frank training in Civil Defense
soda bottles has gone into voing nay. A second motion by Tuesday Wednesday, that a field such as proposed savings would be around Williams of Starke said yes- management at Florida State
effect Police Chief Jimmy Schaefer to amend the Thursday evenings and Sun- would being revenue to Starke $50,000 a month of $600,000 a terday following reports that University. He was elected to
Bowen told the Starke city previous motion to include an day afternoon by three local when tournaments were held year, commented Edwards. his name is among those being the Florida House of Repre-
council at its regular meeting effective date of April 1 for the teams, represented by Town- and would still allow ample reviewed for possible appointment sentatives in 1972 and
Tuesday night. $6 minimum charge met with send Strickland. The teams time for use by the recreation Bond trustee chairmanX.M. as director of the Defense authored the state's Disaster
Bowen said violators "willo the same opposition. said they were willing to department. Council mem- .Smith suggested a power Civil Preparedness Preparedness Act of 1974.
to jail." lie said area that The council heard a joint request supply $4,000 worth of poles bers asked for a written plant audit each month"to see Agency, in Washington D.C. which has been used as a
Friday, Feb 18 nave been ot particular concern from the city softball for the area. The county has agreement, but supported the what each department is Williams said he had been model f jr similar legislationin
are Bradford Square and teams and the recreation de- agreed to fill in the area at no idea of cooperation betweenSee doing to stay on top of the several other states.
the Carter-
Dance sponsoredby tilling stations. partment to enter into a 5-year cost and clay has been ( Page 9) thing." Mondale requested Talent by During his tenure as county
Little Women's "Boer bottles will be no The meeting finally bogged Inventory director he helped found
Club more," said Bowen. The law down when Edwards pointedout Program to submit "positionpapers" "Survive," now called "The
'..12p.m.Mondav can be enforced in several an apparent discrepancy and a resume for review Journal of Civil Defense," the
ways. Bowen told the council, City Files For DismissalOflBEWEnforcement in the figures presented by cember., which he did in De- only national publication of its

Feb. 21 pointing to ordinances against Warren. It was decided more The present director, for kind.
littering, loitering, open con- work was needed by the utility mer Governor John Davis of
tainers of alcohol on a committee. The full
public council
Elks & Elkvttes submittedhis
North Dakota, has
street, unlawful assembly and to TelegraphTo
agreed a special meeting
Starke Lodge 1802 Suitstand resignation effective Feb.
driving while intoxicated.. Wednesday.
Dinner 28, and Williams expects an
7p.m. Bowen said there would also announcement of his successor Purchase

Meeting'p.m. be a crackdown on children A motion to dismiss en- limit. At 10 years a city em- it is likely that the to be made before that
violating property in the area forcement of is allowed motion dismiss NoturalGas date.
payment of the ployee now to save to will be
of the Florida Theatre. The have mixed emotions Union TimesAn
city's electrical workers, as part of his vacation time, up to argued before Judge Benmont "I
council recommended Bowen ordered in a finding by arbi- a month, and accumulate that Tench at the 3:15: p.m. hearing about accepting" the job, if has been
Bradford County work with city attorney Costs More offered, Williams said, "but agreement
trator Alfred J. Goodman of time. Monday, and if the motion is
reached Powell
by Ray pub-
School Board George Pierce to see if a new arbitrator ruled I will give it serious con-
the Federal Mediation and The againstthe granted there will be no need
lished of the Union
7p.m. ordinance is needed for dog sideration. He thinks the County
Service of the five for further
Conciliation filedin two
a
was union on hearing.
and Bob
This WinterNatural Times, Ferguson and
control effective
of in
or ways circuit court Feb. 7 by at- issues: He ruled against dif- City Clerk Merrill Edwards, experience Washingtonwould John Miller
publishers of the
enforcing an existing law. be helpful in gaining a
tornies George H. Pierce and ferential up to 15 who had served as negotiatorfor
pay percent
Council Pierce and Bowen will also better into Telegraph, for purchase of the
Brooker for ruled the in the gas cost Starke cus- insight govern- ,
J.J. Wolbert. representing the operators, and city fivemonthold -
7p.m.Utility check into having one dollar additional tomers $17,241 more for mental affairs. Times by the Telegraph of-j
City of Starke.A against an paid contract talks, has been
allowed by law from fines and heating during a 30-day billing The 33-year-old Williams fective March 1. I
hearing had previously holiday, a move by electrical subpoenaed as a witness for
forfeitures used for police period this winter (Dec. 17 to served from 1966 to 1972 as Powell is selling only the i
been set for 3:IS p.m. Monday, workers for a paid holiday on Monday, but Pierce said !
CommlttM training school beyond police Feb. 21, in the suit brought by their birthday.As whether he testifies or not will Jan. 17) than for the same newspaper operation. He will \
Trustees standards continue to operate his job ,
and Bond period last winter, due to arc-
the International Brotherhoodof it had the original package depend on the outcome of the
Hall Sewer lines into Public HearingOn printing shop. Purchase price '
City developed a Electrical Workers Local the council likewise re- motion to dismiss. tic air currents that have
3p.m.discount. hot item when councilman brought the coldest weather of is $35,000.
1205, who had originally jected the arbitrator's recom- City electrical workers received -
., Harold Epps asked about a sought a 14 percent across- mendations. The matter then a five percent raise in the century on the entire LegislationSet The Union County will Times
increaseTuesday two year delay in hooking up the-board pay increase and moved to circuit court with a September 1975, followed by Southeast newspaper operation con-
tinue to be housed in the
customers to shallow line in pre-
a City Hall figures showed
four other benefits. The suit to enforce paymentAttorney an additional three percent For March 1
sent office in Lake Butler
Fb 27 Dalewood and Reno. After a natural gas consumer billings
original package was flatly negotiated by the electrical
flurry of words between Edwards rejected by the City Council' Pierce said yes- workers union in January totaled $36,971 in statements The public hearing of the which Powell will rent to the
County-Wide and city clerk Merrill and the matter went to bin- terday that ,as matters now 1976. mailed out Feb. 1, 1977, as legislative delegation for Telegraph. i,(
School Advisory Epps was assured it ding arbitration in September compared to $39,730 for the Bradford County has been The two county seat weekly
Committt. would be done as soon as the Feb. 1, 1976 billing scheduled for Tuesday March newspapers will continue to be i
7p.m.Pancak weather is dry enough. Goodman heard argumentsfrom Chiles' Aide To Hear ProblemsIf The February 1 billing this 1, at 1 pm. in the Bradford operated as two separate en- I t
While sewer lines were the both sides and subsequently year was $10,000 over the County Courthouse. titles. Andy DeMon will be
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3t I Supper topic, Mayor Charles Schaefer ordered the city to pay you have a problem with a until 2:30: p.m. in the County January 1 billing total, The delegation consisting of editor of the Union County t
3 St. Mark's made a motion to Instruct the the electrical workers an eight federal agency that you wantto Commissioner's Conference covering the period from Nov. Senators Pete Skinner and Times. #
o Parish HouseS city clerk to charge the percent salary increase, a discuss, today (Thursday Room number 129 in the Brad- 17 to Dec. 17. Kenneth "Buddy" MacKayand The Union County Times ,
: : p.m. minimum for sewer charge to compromise from the 14 Feb. 17) is the day to see ford County Courthouse.. As heating costs soared Dist. 25 RepresentativeFrank has been operated as a weekly
all residents within 300 feet of percent the electrical workers Senator Lawton Chilea'.repre- "I know many people are temperatures continued to Williams will be avail- newspaper under that name
sewer line whether they are had originally asked. Goodman sentative. encountering delays and other below normal and are able to hear any matters that since 1912. Powell purchased r
hooked up or not. in accordance also ruled against the problems in areas such as likely to for another month, need to be brought to their at- the paper in 1901 and has j
i!Ulff) } Q Community: with the law. city on two of the other four Problems with social social security, medicare andworkman's according to forecasts. tention. operated it continuously tine*. .'
Warren seconded the motion issues. The arbitrator said UM security, medicare, work compensation," Following a January with 21 Representatives from In the past IS years elr:1:.,
;'tuts 1nnh adding "We have a $238,000 city should pay phone bills for men's compensation, VA, or Chiles said. mornings of freezing or below county and city government culation of the Tunes has increased
sewer line down. and nobodyon employees on stand-by duty, some other federal agency ". hop* temperatures, the first two will also bring to the attention under Powell from
AccwHtt N.w titwrtd UpTI It." and the city should provide for can be heard by Bo Johnson. to talk people will dropit weeks of February brought of the delegation items that around 300 subscribers In list

P_"DeIt Ue./N.r I.ne.C.r.. After discussion the motion accumulation of vacation time Chi...'assistant Johnson will problems or to express seven mornings, with 32 or are of concern to local to MO subscribers today and a
failed 3.2 with council prior to the present 10 year be In Stub from 1:. p.m. on current egislatiionntheirviews ." below temperature government total circulation: now of 1,600.'y .,


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NEW ARRIVALS

Mr.and Mrs.Roy Bryant Mr. and Mrs. Stephen W.
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Yhe ; Ycla43 1w of Starke announce the birth Gay of Starke announce the
@I WJ birth of son Daryn
64.ide of a son,.Terry Jason, born a Stephen
Feb. 13 In Alachua General Feb. 14. in Alachua GeneralHospital.
Grandparents are Hospital. Daryn is the grand-
Illool y Society Jito,, ; Mr. and Mrs. R.F. Bryant and son of Mrs. Allen Dixon and

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Starke.
Starke.
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Mrs. Betty Young Girls Invited To Enter Pageant '''IM.
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\ Shower Compliments Miss Gayle Hatcher I
SpeaksTo The Junior Woman's Club of Entrants shall be judged on .

Woman's Club Starke will sponsor the 14th natural beauty only.This shall < .. l Miss Gayle Hatcher, April 8bride The Valentine's Day theme
t. annual Strawberry Queen be interpreted to include .-_:._,.. .,._,:. ..----. ..- --elect--was complimented used throughout the eveningwas
"Things By Hand" was the Pageant this March 26 in con beauty, poise and personality: a # at a linen shower enjoyed by twenty-five:
topic of the Arts Program by Iiyc,1 junction with the Bradford Judging will be made on Miss James and Mi-: Corbin Saturday. Feb. 12, given by guests Including mother of
Mrs. Betty Young at the County Fair to be held March appearance In swimsuit andstreet JamesCorbinEngagement Mrs. Mark Patray Mrs. J.O. the bride elect, Mrs. Harry
luncheon meeting of theWoman's ga 30 April 2. evening gown sportswear Gay, Mrs. J.L. Andrews and Hatcher.
Club of Starke on y'e -" The pageant will be open to clothes. Told Mrs. Otto Siemer at the homeof Miss Hatcher was presentedwith
February 9 at the Club. residents of Bradford Cjunty Entry blanks may be obtained the latter on Plnewood a white linen tableclothand
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Mrs. Young owner of the or students in the Bradford from Mrs. Chris Mr. and Mrs. Delmar E. Drive. matching napkins as a
crafts shop, "Things By ., di (a7 County School system only. Wilson 964-8210, or Mrs. Jan ,James of Hampton announcethe momento of the pccasion.
Norton 533-2000, as soon as
Contestants must be betweenthe
Hand, discussed she demonstrated
as engagement of their
of and possible. The number of con-
ages 16 21 by the
crafts that the require many arts use and of day of the pageant, March 26. fifteen.testants will be limited to James daughter Wilmer Ellen Corbin Molly son of to Christian Messengers Dine At Red Lobster I

hands: Twilling, repouse', Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Corbinof Members of the Christian Members enjoying this
wood carving etc. She displayed First Baptist ValentimHighlighted ; Sweetheart Banquet Suwannee. Messengers of the First event were Marcia Goodge
many articles. Handscan Miss James will be, a 1977 Christian Church enjoyed Christie Faulkner Carol
be busy making beautiful By 'Wei]mi mi less Wedding'George graduate of Bradford County dinner at the Red Lobster in Hayes Jimmy Banks and
<. as well as useful "things," she High School and Is presently Jacksonville Goodge. Renee
Friday night Terry
The annual "Sweetheart Pierce Comer Suggs. attending cosmetology classesat
said.A Feb. Williams was a visitor.
delicious luncheon was Banquet" at the First Baptist J.A. Griffin and Travis the Bradford Vo tional- After-dinner 12. also'aCCompaniedthe
served by Mrs.A.J. Barry and Church was held Valentine Kimbril. Also taking part 'Technical School theywere Sponsors
and the
invited the home of Mr. and
her Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wilkison with the to Messengers group
Arts Committee.Mrs. evening highlight were Merritt Williams. Wedding plans will be an-
Mrs. Jim Faulkner for extended thanks to the
V.J. being "womanless wed- Kenneth Elixson John Greene games
Spengler president a nounced later.Peolle an" efreshments.Mrs. Faulkners for their
presided over the Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wilkison Of Lawtey ding." and Marion Payne as ushers; -
hospitality.
business program. "Hello Approximately 120 persons Jimmy Crosby mother of the
Dolly" receipts added a good Repeat Vows On 25th AnniversaryMr. were in attendance and the bride; Bill Haas, father of the You Know-
sum toward the building fund food and entertainment was bride; Willis Chesser, motherof James Barron Mr.and Mrs. Herb Johnson
she reported. and Mrs. Donald Rev. ( .E. Snider of Orange- declared "superb." The the groom; Dewey Edward J. Schwab of returned home Sunday after and son Richard visited Mrs.
Members were reminded to Wilkison of Lawtey celebrated burg S.C. performing the "womanless wedding," McKinney father of the Gainesville visited his grandmother a week in Alachua Johnsons' parents Mr. and
get their reservations and art their 25th Wedding Anniversary ceremony.Mr. carried out in high style, groom; Robbie Pierce Mrs. Myrtle Anderson General Hospital. Mrs. Randall Chism Monday
materials ready for the District on February 8 by renewing and Mrs. Wilkison featured: bride Sonny Tenly: pianist; Brother Ben Bryant on Saturday. on their way home to
Arts and Crafts Meetingat their marital vows. extend a special thanks to all groom Russell Norman maidof soloist; Don Neel objectorand Mr. and Mrs. Gary Bruster Tallahassee.
the Woman's Club of Lake The ceremony took place in their family and friends for honor Joe Sapp best man master of ceremoniesBill Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bettes of and daughters Karen Kathy
Butler. Calvary Baptist Church with attending. David Canova, flower girl McRae.On St.Augustine were the Sunday and, Kimberly of Gainesvillewere
,, Ermie Jones .ring bearer February 12. the guests of Mrs. Bettes' father, guests of Mr. and Mrs.
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Bobby Allen bridesmaids younger youth -groups displayed Col. and Mrs. V.J. Spengler. Clyde Columbia on Tuesdays. I HocfJU ltNom:I

r.4ii a genuine enthusiasmfor Local admittances to Brad-
the mood and theme of the
The
l,, .- Magic 1950's. Many of the costumes ford County Hospital this
I Opening March 1st. week include: Edgar Me-
L:' were very original and Luther
Hardee
creative depicting the dress of Cullough
-r Gertrude McBride, Mrs.
Needle Mrs.
the SO's. The king and queen
r Sunshine Center were crowned for 1977 with Linda Thomas Leonard
j Anita Boat-
Mrs.
Alldredge,
Andrew Bryant and Michelle :
1517 Bessent Road I IV Sapp being selected by their wright Aaron Sumner
i J 1431 Ingleside Ave. Off Park St. friends for the honor. i'- Gadson Griff, Mrs Retha

96463009645149 The older Bennett Mrs. Virue Todd
Jacksonville, Fla. J youth groups held Miss
Mrs. Gertrude Williams
their banquet Feb. 11. The
I decorations and theme for the Barbara Beck Mrs. Mollie
A Reminder
388.9482 night centered around oriental Varnes Mrs. Laurenza
Levesque Alfred Woods Mrs.
activities. Entertainment
con-
Register Now for For Congregating Adult Living sisted of Japanese rope trick 1 Dorothy Griffis Mrs. Sadie
Tannerall
# Elder, and Mrs. Ruby
oriental music a karate demonstration -
of Starke; Richard Taylor.Jr. .
I FREE Knitting ClassesAnd Day Care missionary's and report.a Japanese / r.. of Keystone Heights; Mrs,
Rosie Baxley John DeVore
Mrs.Marvel Owen and Leslie Prevatt of Lawtey;
RememberFree Weekly Vacation Mrs. Jessie Welch and Willie
Weds Mr. Columbia Southerland of Lake Butler;
Counted Thread Monthly Complete Live In Mrs. Marvel Owen of 1C' and Rudolph DeWaters of
Connerly Estates and Clyde Hampton.
And
Workshop Projects
,_ Columbia of Butler Road were

Every Day At 2:00: P.M. Open House united in marriage on Dr. Jeffrey Rubin Bradford County Health Director is welcomed Beta Sigma Phi
Tuesday, Feb. 15, in the First by county commissioners Mrs. Hazel Paulk and George
Baptist Church with the Rev. Roberts at an open house Feb II I at the health department. Dr. Valentine Social
No Registration Necessary Just Sunday Feb. 27, -1-5 P.M. Ben Bryant officiating. Rubin will spend two days at the Bradford County Health (Department Gamma Theta Chapter of
A reception was held at and the remainder of the week In Levy and Union Phi
Come For A Delightful & Easy Craft State Licensed their home in Connerly counties.A graduate of the University oI.'lorlda. Dr. Rubin is a enjoyed Beta Sigma a Valentine sorority social

Estates immediately' following 'football fan and farms for hobbyrile is married and has a Friday: Feb. 11. honoring
the ceremony. daughter seven-years-old and a son three their Valentine Queen !Mrs.

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7atrt a C/w a 2t;J y.J!;.. enjoyed at'members dinner the Blue and and Water entertainment guests Bay

m e&eFar restaurant in Melrose.

.. GG? pro Dr. and Mrs. H.G. Bollinger Attending were: Mr. and
attended Dr. Narramore's Mrs.Wayne Blankenship.:
Christian Living Seminar and Mrs. Robert Bowen Mr
and on. and Mrs. Randall 11llton.Ir.! .
Friday. Saturday Sunday
in Lake Yale. and Mrs. Greg Morgan. !Mr
and Mrs. Doug Nichols :Mr

____ Mrs. David Griffith and and !Mrs. Van Sirmopoulos.
1 children Reese and Rod are and Mr. and !Mrs. Danny
f \ tir' visiting with Mrs. R.W. Reese Waters. Special guestserc
i and Mr. and Mrs. Steve !Mr. and Mrs. Burrell Hamon.
, Simmons and son, Chris for Mr. and !Mrs. Bill Looney. !Mr
.. two weeks. and !Mrs. Jerry Redding and
.
.. + 1J Mr. and Mrs. Doyle:! Thomas.

Mr. and Mrs. E.H. Dukes ..
..3, i i t -a 47 N.. i.L 1r and grandchildren of Norwell.
kn : Mass. have been visiting Mrs.
lt ti 4 t- E.C. Dukes until today on ,

r their way to Disney World and ,
Miami. They will be stopping y yS

I weekend.back through Starke on the ,


t 1 Mfy ,
I # t Jipr rib. > I ,1, n Mrs. W.F. Herlong had as
Saturday visitors her
I ** daughter and son in law
I .! Mr. and Mrs. W.H Stem-

I + 1 rZ'i' .,7hifd CAI'' r meyer. Also she had her son
and daughler-In-lawIr.! and
Mrs. F.V. Herlong as gi

,on Sunday

!Mrs. Gerald Kite and Miss

/" Lillian Stump were in Tampa
$f S, "t $ o Saturday and Sunday for the

F I'I'p, a, I ..111.11s.ylr'eN4- tan Cancer Society Crusade.

7 PIECE Mr.and Mrs. H.W. Undentl. :Miss .lanice' I>;i\ i 1M

j : N'r.. 14: +by ,rR' daughter son in law of
1 Western F*..,ee y'M rocs A Mr. and Mrs. J If. !Moncrief. DavisWeldonEngagementTold
4" 1 Sfyfe Group... / a /, were visitors for the weekend

r **.
AN UNBEATABLE
SAIL WITH Rev and Mrs. Leroy' P.uis.
\ BERNICE AND of Slarke announce I ho

# '; '.-TUT VALUE! GEORGE HUGGINS! engagement and approaching
r .. RI marriage of their itiighlcr.
1 v 7 DAY CRUISE Janice to Sp-4 Hay Charles
June 5,1977 on the Weldon son of !Mr. and Mrs.

All 7 Pieces Only !MONARCH SUN Libert Wrldnn of Hock Hill.
Special Price $625
SOLID( ) I PINE person Based on Double pert SC.Miss! Davis is a 1975:
1 SOFA( i' MATCH ING ROCKER Occupancy In Deluxe Out graduate of Bradford ('uunt .
side Room. High School
$499 Includes: Sp-4 Weldon is a 1973
I ARM CHAIR OTTOMAN, 2 END TABLES and COFFEE TABLE 7 Wonderful Day visiting graduate of hock Hill High
School in South (1'arolni.i
t SANJUAN The wedding i will ho an
Here's a ruggedly handsome group that's just great lor everyday living. The unique wood trim and smart wrap- f ST.THOMAS event of April 2.1: in the. Now
I' around belled arm treatment will bring you compliments Irom friends and family for years 'to come. The "Western" BUDGET TERMS ST.BARTHELEMY Bethel Baptist rhnrch. with a
influence in styling combined with the sturdy 1V Pine construction and the durable vinyl and contrasting Herculon S i -MAARTEN reception following the
covering make this set an unbeatable value. Beauty Quality Comfort
Durability! All Meal Included: ceremony in the church an
Breakfast Midmorning
i Bouillon Lunch Afternoon nex.All friends and relatives are
Tea Dinner Invited to attend.
t Midnight Buffet.

i -. OBI uf MS"-- < Roundtrip Bus TrailporUtlon *-
I 43.41. Call St. from Starke to TIlE' :tut.\ntnim
I :**i i' ) Port of Miami. All Port ('Ul'*T\: TFI: .FGI(11'11;
,,.)
W i 1.1 : Taxe. Published every Thursday. .
II 1)'wnc-96..5827' Third and Fourth Per. at 11: $\\'.('all Str"l't' ,
I on. occupying the MOM .Starke, Florida ysm\: \
cabin "with two full paying

Starke Florida puscnfert S325. Second Claim pottage paid
I Deposit Due March I, at tilarke..FloridaSubscrrplloHates
1977 1150.

! Final Payment: April 15, :
1977. lnlradeirra7prr \
MAKE YOUR year: Unix months. :
1 1t t :: RESERVATIONS NOWI! A.
: T- CaD Berniee orGeorge OutaWelradeareaaperyear :
I, at 964-5588_ ; .50.hI month.


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uary 11, 1977 TICLKGKAPII Page3A
Valentine Queen Of Beta Sigma Phi

Patricia :JJJoJ/ now r Blankenshiphas been selected
as the 1977 Valentine Queen of ., & Seat
President Ann Allen ;} Gamma Theta Chapter Beta ,''
presided over the monthly .. Sigma Phi Sorority.
I I meeting of the Little Women's Mrs. Blankenship has been Open U.S.301 IS.
Club held Feb.7 at the Starke a member of the sorority for 7 A M.12 P.M.BUDWEISER. & Walnut St
Woman's Club. less than a year, and Is active
Plans were made for upcoming .( .. ...-'" on the Publicity Committee SUNBEAM
projects. Refresh Mrs Blankenship is the ?
ments were served after the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. BREAD
'
n r meeting by co-hostesses Ann Underbill of Starke 12 Oz.
Allen, Cindy Canova and f ', Richard employed by E.I rr9. $129 16 Oz. t
A Valentine lunch, spon- Nancy Hildreth. A Valentine'sDay *; i DuPont De Nemours & Co. + 4 No Return Btls. Loaves iiI //8 8
sored by the Mission Action theme was used. -/J .
Group of The First Baptist *o+tOkor fi- .> .1.' .. Now
Church, was enjoyed by ,, ..I,. Booking ALL BRANDCIGARETTES BLUE HUH
clients of the CUBB Agency Among the out of town ; 1 Bahama
Cruise
i iC it iv
Homemakers Monday, Mrs. guests attending the Godwin UEB WINE
L.A. Canova Griffis wedding in Starke on
(rear) gave the Up to
February 21 for
introduction. February 12 were: Mr. and
$
Mrs. Bill Glover and June 20th Cruise. Phone 48t Plus Tax 3 69 5th
964.5261, Joan Foriyth.
Karen and Debbie,
daughters
Hearts, red and white
flowers and valentine table of Floral City; Miss Sandy Bradford Senior Class '='0'4"-" = FOR SALE Rog.f.Thvmurufi .
Robarts, Indianapolis, Ind. Trip, $50 deposit .
arrangements were the decor ; Pat \ SS\ \ l' .95. At98J3164.The
Miss Nora Lee Robarts and .
ations for a Valentine Day w required.'f'r'! Olllce Shop pone
Miss Ruth Robarts, Mr. and
luncheon
sponsored the r
by Mrs. Dwight Robarts, and Mr.
Mission Action of .
theWomen's
Group and Mrs. Walter Wolfe, all of .

First for the Baptist Mission clients Church Union of of CUBB Starke of the Sue Jacksonville McCain;, Miss Mount Martha Dora; Now r

Agency Mrs. John Livingston, Cocoa get a great
Homemakers Beach; Mr. and Mrs. Johnny ate
Approximately 40 people Manning, Macclenny; Mr.
'attended the
Monday lun- and Mrs. Michael Miller, Mr.
cheon and enjoyed renditionsof and Mrs. Harry H. Green, and at
"old songs" by William Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Simmons, a
George, accompanied at the of Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs.
piano by Mrs. George Canova. Hollis Lea,Jr.of Jacksonville.
The luncheon carried out Also attending were: Rev. and r
the valentine color scheme N
Farabee tuneddown
Mrs. DeWitt
and and served pzice
was prepared and
Sarasota; Mr. Leo Griffis .
by the Mission Action Group
son,Dwayne,both of Jackson-
under the direction of their
and John :
ville Mr. Mrs.
;
leader, Mrs. L.H. Jennings. McSpadden, Gainesville; Mr. F,
Mrs. L.A. Canova gave the and Mrs. Robert Underill, 4 {
introduction, and Rev. Travis Indiatlantic. Mr. and Mrs. 9
Kimbril returned thanks. E.H. Register of Orlando, and I J
Following the luncheon, Mrs. Mrs. George Robarts, In- I-- .',.,., _, ___ ,ur4.r YOUR CHOICESTORE
Itussell Norman explained the dianapolis, Indiana.
materials available in the Those attending from Mrs. Donna Gruen
church library. The pastor
Mr.
Keystone Heights were:
Rev. Ben Bryant, gave a and Mrs. S.E. Kennedy, Mr. Fashion Show PreviewDonna
,devotional message. and Mrs. W.E. Johnson, Mr.
The decorations were made and Mrs. Reese Johnson, and Gruen provides a double preview of the Junior CHARItimeup TUNEUPInstall
by Mrs. Becky Basford. Book Miss Renee Johnson. Also Woman's Club of Starke's annual spaghetti supper and fashion
mark favors were made by attending were: Mr. and Mrs. show set Tuesday,March 8 at 7 p.m. in the Woman's Club.
the Girls in Action Group. The Robert Lee, Mrs. Vicki Jones, Mrs. Gruen is modeling an orange jumpsuit from Leila's. Plugs Points Condensor & Set
Charley Johns Agency and the Mrs. Mildred Tye Mrs. Participating stores will include Leila's, Eagle-DeVane's, Timing
Florida Bark at Starke Brenda Smith and children, Stump's,TG& Y, and Sears, all of Starke and Formal Fashions.
donated small gifts for each Miss Loretta Hand, Miss and Jay's Dress Shop of Gainesville.
person attending. Michelle Guillion, all of Advance tickets to the March 8 festivities may be obtained PARTS 4 6 8
Peggy Barnett homemaker Lawtey. from Junior Woman's Club members at reduced prices. For reservations Cyl. Cyl. Cyl
supervisor, introduced the phone 9648210.
staff in the agency and explained Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tickets for the dinner and show will be $3 for adults and $1.50
that it provides Henry Godwin Friday through for children.Advance tickets will be$2.75 for adults a nd$1.25 for & LABOR $1995 $2295 $2995
maintenance services for the Monday were Mr. and Mrs. children.
elderly and disabled such as E.H. Register Orlando.Also
transportation, running Mrs. George Robarts of'ln-
errands, cooking, and light dianapolis, Indiana has been a 2 / 1 J 1/ weddings directly into the ,
housekeeping. guest of Mr. and Mrs. Henry !(IOuJ\now Telegraph office, phone 9G4-
Godwin since Friday, and will 6105.:
Adult continue to visit with them Society Editor Gladys We're doing our best to con-
until the end of the week. Mooty remains confined to tinue to have a society section, -IR-
Bradford County Hospital though it takes several of us to
EducationThe Mr. and Mrs. C.!!. Nas- with pneumonia. She hopes to do Gladys' job. A veteranbe
worthy were in Tampa, released sometime around Telegraph staffer Gladysthe
Bradford school
County end of this week, but is not
reads proof writes all the
Naples, and Key West last
in with the
system conjunction
expected to return to work for social newsand 'I.I4
"pastes up"at
Thursday, Friday and Satur
State Department of Educa- least another week after pages each Wednesday We Complete
tion, announced Tuesday the day. KIFP1U'T
her release. Meanwhile,
just want Gladys to know her LRI\T:
Adult opening Education.of new classes in local phone social items, presence is missed! Hurry up Mr. Goodwrench ." =. (;\1 H UI'c;
news, engagements and and get; well Gladys' \\11 It Li'll'.
Courses to be. offered include .. ... '
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pentry:,auto welding mechanics, horticulture, car, ? I I II II ti': \\;"':;:
I
truck and bus mechanics, I
sewing, police officer SPECIAL 'l' \
training, typing, shorthand, JVfekeUpBestEriend fl fj"W
commercial r '
bookkeeping ( I' ; 'It.
vehicle driving and many I I : '

more.a small For most entrance courses fee.thereis / I TUNE-UP PRICE ( \'\,' I r II"//jli(t i (J; fJfitl I. 41

Special classes in adult i \ J : :
basic education, which include 1I
reading, writing, arith-
metic, check writing, and
others will be held. This I I II Includes:
course is free to local citizens I
and all persons are invited to
attend and help make Brad I ofI
ford County a better place to Electronic Engin Performance and Evaluation Diagnosis-
earn and learn said Bob I Why not invite her to a Merle I II

State Smith,Department representative of Educa of the I Norman Studio.' If you each I II Test Compression Replace Spark Plugs Replace points-

make$6 Merle 1 Norman!
I
tion.Smith explained each city in I I S fcosmcticpurchasceachof Zt-'', Replace Condensor Adjust Timing-Clean Battery Cables and
the state has a vocational ( I II
you is entitled to buy five // S ,
technical program set up for I of our most tempting! I II Terminals Service Manifold Heat Control Value Replace
school wanting to get a high l ':J::!< r b -
diploma or attend nos I beauty enhancers)r I C ." I
special classes in basic educa uASSino; just$2.Loudon's. I Fuel Filter-Check All Belts-Clean And Adjust ChokeAdjustIdle
tion. State law now providesthat A --- 4 I --= I
= Beauty Shop
basic education be avail-
able in rural areas of the E., I 117 S. Thompson St. 964-5780 I Mixture And Speed Replace Air Filter Replace PCV Value
county,such as in churches or
community centers. mERLE nORmAn COSMETICSI Io

For more information, I Ir..t. Price Includes-
><
contact the Bradford County Oft'I'M..J."hor."h".f".nollnIllF.hl".It( 1 IHthrouuh April, U 1 I'77 ,i *hiK -tin' ,hi-Iri, ,
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School Board or Millard I mil Redremahlennly ai lime Brown at the Vo-Tech Center, g 'labor Plus Plugs Plus Points Plus Condensor Plus Air Filter Plus
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Feb. 18 1977
Night, FREE Stop In Electronic

Our Service .4 Cylinder $2995

At The Ignition

1. Dept. For A ; $ 95
6 Cylinder 32 Even Less

Of
Copy
Deduct 5?
Farmers World Cylinder $3995


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Bat 111 M" 15,1977


Featuring


SPAGHETTI MEAT BALLS


LASAGNA RAVIOLI

Fireside
SPECIAL Salad Bar"Spirits" / eUS

Complimentary Glass of Wine/

O 95 with Buffet
$ Dinner .., ,

In Our Lounge PIua T.. & **' CHILDS PLATE...$250 jot NORTH raoxg 964-7500


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Union Hospital ,_' I1F' Gaines Surprised At KH's :


Sale Closing Set Inclusion Of AirportIn


Comprehensive Plan i

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; For May II Bradford County zoning and a classification change for the j I

planning director L.M. Gaines property. At present the air-
$ 155 W. Call St. After two meetings Monday v expressed surprise Wednes- port is classified" as "in-
afternoon, the Union County America, Inc. would not walk day that the Keystone Heights stitutional, but Gaines said
Good Thurs Thru Mon Commission moved a step away. City Council would entertainthe this would likely be changed to"industrial"
> closer to selling Union An unknown factor in the idea of developing a master in the .compre-
Feb.17 Thru Feb. 21,1911WHYPAY k General Hospital by signing a proposed sale of the 27-bed plan for the Keystone Air- hensive plan.
purchase agreement calling facility is the amount of +4 r;j +1 'CS port "as a part of the city's At the Tuesday meeting
for the closing of the sale by money required to be paid P. ,I I comprehensive land use Council Chairman Ralph
May 1. back to the federal govern- plan." Barker said he intends to see
) The first meeting involved ment on the Hill Burton funds Gaines' statement followeda the formulation of a master
k the regular monthly meeting which financed $365,000 of the L news report of the Keystone plan this year, and wants
s of the hospital board of original construction costs of Council's Tuesday night leases on the airport property
trustees where veteran at- the hospital.The meeting when the body discussed "that will bring in at least
$ MORE? torney fLY Moines went over agreement signed by ,m ?s sal I Iis formulating a master $1,000 a month."
\ the contract with the board. Ayers, the County Commis- the airport facility In regard to one pending
After it was gone over the sion, and the Hospital Boardof locally rather than applying lease, Barker said he is unwilling -
$ J board voted 3to recommend Trustees stated that the for a federal grant to have to take any action untila
5 to the Union Commission that sale could be voided if the outside consultants do the master plan is developed.This .
sj the county enter into an federal payback exceeded the I i'.: : I work. request was made by
x agreement with Health original amount.At rSk.BCII Gaines said he intended to John Gilbert for an eight-acre
FULL SIZE HEAVY j America, Inc. of Louisville. the Trustees meeting at Employee Of The MonthMrs. write the Council chairman lease for a recreational
[* Kentucky, current managers the hospital new Administrator stating that Bradford Countywas vehicle sales and airport
5 of the million dollar institution Tom Parish told Dorothy Nickerson semi-retired for two years be- including the airport in its facility for tie-down and repair -
BATHTOWELS s. to allow them to arrange purchase the board the hospital had 24 was named the "Employee or fore moving to Starke. comprehensive plan since the service. It has receivedno
$ s of the hospital. patients at the time of the the Month" for February at Mrs. Nlckerson<<: was pro- major portion, and all of the action by the council.
J The trustees, along with the meeting. A check Tuesday Bradford County Hospital. sented a pin to be worn for the improvements at the 16.000- Gaines said it is permissiblefor
officials of Health America, showed the facility had 23 Mrs.Nickerson, a LPN on the month by II.D. Edniondson. acre facility, lie in Bradford the Keystone Council to
$ Inc., then went to the Union patients out of 27 beds. 3 to 11 shift, has been at BCII hospital administrator. Also County. Gaines said he had develop a master plan for
County Courthouse in Lake Parish said that the current since !May 1976. She trained at the presentation Linda shown the airport on his com- development of the airport, in
$ P Butler where a special hospital staff amounted to 41 and worked In Idaho Falls Bakken. LI'N was given a gift prehensive land use map, and conformance with Bradford
P meeting of the commission full-time employees. Idaho for 12 years and was for naming the hospital newsletter was waiting to confer with County zoning ordinances, butit
awaited with Maines, also the lie reported that three the BCII Pulse." Sam Mutch local assistant should not be included in
$ $ county attorney, again going physicians looked over the planner with the North Keystone's comprehensiveplan
over the contract. million dollar facility in recent Central Florida Regional since the facility is
Ea.4k t Proposed purchasers days with the possibilitythat Planning Council, concerning physically located in Bradford
P Timothy Ayers, and Tom other doctors could be County

Greene America, representing, Inc., agreed Health to added Dr. R.W.to the Healy staff., according I j I I : f1W: Mercury Goes Down In Armory

borrow a maximum of to Parish, has agreed to admitall r rI I
$500,000 to pay off the sale and his patients to UGH and ir. _. As National
f*'] emphasized that all the borrowed also to have all his lab work """ Guard Saves Fuel
,/ money would be put done at the hospital.
$ back into the operation of Dr. M.L. (Buck) Jewell told i .. "Baby, it's cold inside," during working hours and 55
) d UGH and would not go to other the trustees he had agreed to @ said Warrant Officer AI degrees when employees are
hospitals they manage in give up his weekend emer- Crosby speaking from the not around.
+ l __) other states gency room duty and that Dr National Guard armory Other facilities, including
d Commissioner Sidney Todd Healy and Dr. Vladmire Holo- Monday after receiving a shops, hangars, and buildings
put the problem on the table at watsch would take turns man letter from Adjutant General where employees work on
the Commission meeting by ning the emergency room on I'I't K.C. Bullard stipulating their feet and get more
asking what would prevent the alternate weekends.Dr. temperatures as low as 40 exercise, are required to
? buyer from borrowing a large Jewell indicated that he \ / degrees during non working maintain 55 degree temper
WHY PAY MORE I amount of money, then shutting would still take his turn in the hours in some National Guard ature during working hours
tt b down the hospital and emergency room on Mondayand I ,........ facilities. and drop to 40 degrees in non -
leaving town with the county Wednesday and possiblyon : \, Bullard's office at Florida work times.
I obligated to pay more than is Friday. ..... W :" Military Headquarters in St. Forty degree temperatures -
presently owed on the facility. Parish also told the trustees Augustine explained that will be allowed in shops
Ayers said that he and that since he took over ad- Bullard's letter was in and warehouses, such as thoseat
Greene had obligated their ministration of the hospital on keeping with President Camp Blandmg, where
personal property to gain financing January 24 the hospital has 4 LCI Train Carter's policy on fuel employees are doing work
for the purchase of the had a 59 percent occupancyrate. Employees conservation. involving "considerable
JT hospital and that Health "We've got the heat cut off exercise" or where heat is
WASHCLOTHS -- ----- I.awtey Correctional Institution employees \\ilkison, Tasco Wayne Gunter, Alton Thornton and Wilbur (where drills are held), and equipment from freezing.
Look MothersGet Groves have recently participated in the ('orrt'ctionalln"Utule down to 65 in the office." No heat at all will be
at Kaiford. Crosby said. The lobby will be allowed in warehouse sections
A Beautiful ll.rll The minimum standards Instruction In Criminal Justice System, LI" Aspects! or until further notice, he ex needing no protection from
LIVING COLOR PORTRAITOF Corrections Opt'rationall'rocl'durt's, Principles' of Supers ision. plained. freezing is the only operation.
Human Relations and Technical: Training Skills, Including firearms Bullard's letter required Bullard's letter also calls
ANYONE IN THE FAMILY first aid and lire fighting techniques.The commanders to set temper for a review of each com
curriculum is designed to Intensify the exposure of the ature controls in all offices mander's energy conservation -
SAVE at 89 officer and develop him professionally They will continue their and areas where seated personnel plan "to ensure the
only Plus 50c Film Fee training with an additional 160 hours ln-ser\ice training. work at 65 degreesFSP program in accomplishing the

$ One per .subject 2 per family v<, I I I j r jew f tYJ). : ; .resources maximum: ?:'savings...+ ..} in energy_
Second Person In Same I I
\
fg Guitars
-w- [ 5/$100 8 Family13.95 1 .' 4 tt.\\; Replace

: ,
$ Groups photographed at M 1.00' Q @ Electric Chair
:\
each per person. You choose J Electric guitars have replaced -
S your own pictures from several < ; the electric chair in a
small ualled-off section of
beautiful colored finished proofs. Union Correctional
Institutionat
S 8 So bring the whole family for this { I Kaiford and live music I tills
special offer. 'r the room w hich once served as
\, the death chamber

i INFLATION j BEATING PRICES 8 Kitty Kat Studio TEDDY BEAR STUDIOAt I moved Since from the electric L'Cl to chair Florida was

S 8 -- State Prison inmate bands
have moved into the building
To-Rena Motel
S Gary D. Waters Grocery uc. ,A\\i\ a -l l :ft ti'1:1l'!: rrta'r u ft' despite its history
8 Six inmate bands use the
Fri & Sat Lawtey 1 Florida State Prison employees, clio I l rl) SaniiiH Tinnitus. Tom former execution chamber to
S 8) Feb. 18 & 19th- Friday Feb. 18 Employees <;iMii.| William Other, (Gerald l Baker ami Lawrence Woods practice the music they play,
}{ Day have recently ,participated in the ('orrectional'training Institute and sometimes compose before
S Suave. 8S 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. 10 a.m. to 6 Complete al Haiforil. their performances for
S) p.m. Only Trip minimum standards curriculum, which is required by) the rest of the inmate
i Institute law, Includes instruction in the Criminal Justice Sy stem. Legal population.
S 1 FRUIT, ESSENCE 4 Aspects of Corrections. Operational Procedures, Principles uf.Supervision. Individual practice takes
; j Human Relations! and Technical Training Skill including place in what used to be the
SHAMPOO I firearms, first aid and fire, fighting le 'hniciies.| \ cells of the condemned ,men.
The setting is ideal for
''iiij//. 8 OUNCE playing the blues states a Department
of
S Offender Rehabilitation
STRAWBERRYor i release. But' inmates
LEMONS NOTICEThe ignore that and play
rock, country and western.jazz :
soul modern and big Jr.:'
band sounds instead. V
Band programs are put on
Starke Fire will
Department about twice a month in the in-
Suaie B stitution says band director
S'i;:.' > Glen Calcote.
y accept applications for the
positionof
: "Usually we have a big
for B turnout musical interests inside -
ra.* parallel those of
people
firefighter from February 17th
$ dpi outside the institution," said
Regular 79 Calcote.

Model A-90 through February 28th 1977Call The push for space for ever-
S
withnwweri a l increasing numbers of in-
mates has kept the bands
S from finding more suitable
964-7110 for further information. quarters according to UCI

S SAVE I MORE I IS The classic !Massey.The superintendent. Raymond

UCI band
program
KR !hALKi< All kind ol :M-.KU It) LEAS: LOLRotlkehornesod.choolsup teaches music theory and ear
TIHKMRITKK: Com
by
$106800 training as well
Ito Com by Th. Office, Th. Office( !Shop< and pick up as practice
!Shop< or phone 964-5764 for same liquid cleanrr, lor your with individual instruments,
i S crvice.. typewriter. and can turn out a well-
I rounded musician, said

r I.I.: S HI-DRY S lawn tractor.Wheel IS YOUR HOME Calcote.UCI The Education program is Departmentand part of the

S PAPERTOWELS I HI-DRI, Horse. Known: throughout the industry in January 1977, during!!! an independent is financed through the
fOr its sound basic design urn| unquestioned survey of\\heel Horse Sales, Inc.dealers in education funds, with some
I Towels reliability over:25! major U.S. cities Prices do not UNHAPPY? equipment purchased with
S profits from the inmate
can-
This 8 IIP four-'peed Wheel Horse has served include 1<1I:0I1Ia\C'l. Some price S homeowners! for years. In fact, it just keeps some lower. Check your local Wheel Horse DO YOU HAVE... vided last year by the Florida pro-
L ) going on and on and on. Ask any W heel Horse dealer for his prices tutting and Nagging? t Fine Arts Council.

owner. Consistently,Wheel Horse delivers There is a waiting'list for
I price
Sp ic:I Equally important,compare. its price against performance and dependability that arc hard Disagreement Money? Over men to get into the program.
Getting into the UCI music'program
I other quality, brand name lawn tractors.: Such to beat.
'
John 'Incompatibility In Sex? ( means accepting the
as Deere. Or International Harvester. Wheel !Horse. It's a classic whose reputation discipline of learning and the
tlie
-Aver age of actual prices quoted for the A-90 lives!on,day after day. It Honeymoon about responsibility of cooperating
; Over, ? with others, and it provides
5 pay more If Your Marriage a Owe!/ opportunity for individual ex-
3/$100 fin pression which is found in no
Ouef?
or a
5 \\ you can own a d } other field, Calcote said. Thus
the program can lead to
5J Wheel rehabilitation as well as to an
SrI J Horse! Fintl God's Answer with... occupational skill.

EVAN6ELIST E. J. DANIELS I Dr. R.E. DopsonCHIROPRACTOR
I lei Wheel Horse ROSIER'S MONUMENTS & GARDEN NURSERY
Dealers Every Sunday 8:3O-9zOO a.m. \
964-6214 301-340 S. Walnut St., Starke, Fla.! 864 Suite C'N. 301 I
m WCJB (Ch. 1O) { will* 9.6 Dally
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Bloody Battle of Olustee




I. To Be Restated This Weekend i.


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Less than ten miles (as the I
crow flies) from the north- I
western boundary of Bradford
I4t County was fought the Battle
of Olustee, the biggest as wellas
the bloodiest battle waged
in Florida during the Civil I IY
War. The site was in the piny 1
woods between the Baker

: la "4rm wq County villages of Sandersonand r i..'
V Olustee, lying just southof
what is now U.S. Highway
90.

Men from Bradford County
fought and were wounded in
that battle; early settlers in
----....-.-. -,_._- ., the northwest Bradford area
now known as Evergreenwere
close enough to hear the
Five agencies: concerned with (he welfare of lakes in the Keystone Heights area were on hand No Speedy muffled roar of cannon; and
to answer questions| at a DEIt-sponsored seminar last Thursday night in the Keystone/ Heights city sympathetic housewives of
hall. From/ left: Jerry Kuhal. St. Johns River Water Management District; Richard .Musgrove. Starke and vicintiy baked
Suuannee Itiver Water Management: District: William H. (pp.DKH Jacksonville district office; Solution to bread and other foods to sendto
Dale t'rider. Florida Camp and Fresh Water Fish Commission/ Uuntting Brown. Florida ....:n, the hungry troops. 7( /1 'L11,1 u :d e'Yldxt't} f
Tallahassee; and John Ada nis. t:.Army Corps of Knglneers.:

Low LakesProperty This Saturday and Sunday
_.
: Feb. 19-20, the Battle 011 1 s' IIt ;" ,t1 rrjjj -"-',,,, '. '' I
Olustee will be \
realistically I .. I
owners hoping fora reenacted at the historic site, t .. "I1"t"i! l\ '
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reached by taking State Road rjjj 1 -
quick solution to the problem ) 1 f
of depleted water levelsin 231 at Lake Butler, north to '
editorial ) "sandhill lakes" were Highway 90, and turn right, a fr

_,._.._. doomed to disappointment short distance to the park r$ j it .
Thursday night, Feb. 10, when entrance.
members of a DERsponsoredpanel
The two-day event is
being
told them the lakes
DER Seminar would stay down and( might sponsored by of Florida's Natural De-
partment Resources
even go lower) until "we have
Division of
Recreation


Creates Better UnderstandingIn normal two or three rainfall.years" of above- with the and First Parks Regiment, along of II Ij I

In a first-time get-together Florida Volunteers, an II j
organization of Civil War
for this area, representativesof
five agencies having regulation buffs who are dedicated to exploring
recent years the State of' Florida The value of wetlands is pointed out in one form or the history and maintaining ii I

and the federal government have been by DER which explains that the edge another over fresh water the traditions of this

forced to establish new regulations and or littoral zone of a lake, stream, or lakes and streams, sat for two the unit original which bore battle.a standard in e.1'd ,
hours in the
,; permit requirements in order to preserve ocean is the most productive part of the city hall and Keystone explained Heights the I

the wetlands of the state and system. More plants grow here because cans and can'ts of permitting Until recently, Robert L. :; .

nation. Last Thursday night in Keystone sunlight penetrates the water and fish operations on waterfront property Hall, of of Starke the First, was Florida commander

Heights representatives of five of these and aquatic animals depend on these and answered questions Volunteers, but resigned due This Is; How It Wai,, I
from lake-dwellers
regulating agencies met with lakefront plants for food, as well as protectionfrom whom some miffedby of to other demands_ on__. m his_ time._
were
obviously
property owners to answer questions predators. It is said that up to certain restrictions. He was succeeded as com-
and discuss new regulations that mightbe twenty times as much protein may be mander of the unit by Ray Union troops had fanned out February 20 when Con. Joe Clark, Jr., of Jacksonville
the discussionall Jiron a member of the Santa from Jacksonville as soon as federate cavalry made con a member of the Florida
I causing confusion. produced in an acre of swamp or tide- Throughout participating agenices Fe Community College staff. the city had been captured for tact with Union advance Volunteers and coordinator of

land as on an acre of pasture. voiced their desire to work Others the fourth time on Feb. 7,1864. forces. The battle took placein this weekend's activities,'
Some property owners have a natural with not against water weekend cooperating events will in the be Their main objectives were to a pine forest, so neither side explains the reason for the reenactment '

antipathy for regulations of any kind, Wetlands, such as swamps and salt front property owners for the Florida Forest Service break up communications and had the benefit of earthworksfor "We "are not
per lines between East and
supply cover The fighting ragedfor trying to glorify war he said
and sometimes the restrictions marshes well the transition preservation, present and sonnel and the
seem unnecessarily as as zone, Columbia West Florida, which had been until the Union
five hours 'Basically, we are history
complex, but if our lakes are between submerged lands and uplands, asset future, ,its of lakes."Although the area's. greatest County Historical Society. supplying food and other forces began a hasty retreat in huffs who are not satisfied 1

to be preserved for recreation and enjoyment have another important function, Participating in the actual necessities to Confederate the late afternoon. The Con with just reading what hap-

as well as a source of food serving as filters to remove nutrients, one individual battle in 1864 was a company forces in other states. federate cavalry pursued the penedc want to portray
weeds and under commanded by J.C. Confederates under Gen. Union troops until darkness authentically what our ancestors
supply, for ours and future generations, silt, pesticides, and other chemicals from removing Capt.
brush from the littoral zone of Richard, of Starke. Capt. Joseph Finegan had made turned them back with 150 went through, presenting
of
be surface runoff before
they must given a measure waters they enter
protection his proerpty might seem like a Richard was also with Lee's camp on Ocean Pond at prisoners. There were 1.861 a capsule living 19th!
NOW. Those who object to the lake. When weeds and underbrushare small thing, imagine the effect Army in Virginia and had four Olustee in Baker County. Union casualties.to 946 for the Century history.
dredging operations, canal digging, completely removed from the littoralzone on fish and wildlife depending brothers who fought at Their numbers were swelledby Confederates.For Between two and three
destroying wetland vegetation, and there is nothing to prevent these on this vegetation for Olustee: Robert, Jobe, reinforcements from the remainder of the hundred volunteers will take
building anything and everything they pollutants from being washed into the food if every property owneron Osceola, and Harney. The Central Florida and Georgia. war Union forces were confined place in the mock battle with
the lake did the same latter was wounded in the Both sides were about evenly to Jacksonville, Fernan- men from five or six other
want to over the water should real.'zethat lake. Some bodies of water, such as Lake thing" said Dale Crider, battle. matched, with a strength dma and St. Augustine, although southeastern states joining .
some degree of regulation is Apopka, have actually/been ;'killed". in biologiist' with the Florida more than 5,000 men>( eaeh. occasional" raiding, those from Florida taking parr'in
necessary to protect 'the lakes for the this manner. Game and Fresh Water There are many familiar The Union forces, however, parties slipped out and con- the exercise!
owners' enjoyment, to say nothing of Commission. family names on the roster of had about 16 guns to the Con tinued to harass the country. The Olustee Battlefield
Capt. Richard's company, as: federates' 12 such visited
side. One party museum, which has just
their children, and grandchildren. It is only natural that property Crider said that wetlands listed in a 1903 publication, Union forces penetrated to Starke in September of 1864). undergone extensive re-
Whether or not the protective measuresare owners would like to do what they feel between the water's edge and "Soldiers of Florida," com within three miles of Lake inflicting considerable modelling, will be ready for

being/. administered fairly an issue needs to be done on their own property the high mark, as well as piled by the State. Among City, but- after a sharp skirmish damage on the railroad and the occasion, and will be admission
that was brought up at the Thursday and sometimes this activity extends marshes, are most productiveof den these who were T.J. (Tom) Dur- with hastily entrenched marching on to the area Iree also. :New'; exhibits
plant growth used as food was wounded at Confederateswithdrew to around Sand Hill Lake where designed l in rou h'cul
is another and into the littoral and sub-
meeting matter, one zone even Olustee and M.R.
by fish and wildlife. This (Matt) Sanderson.The they continued their forays, pine will depict the broader
that cannot be decided without having merged lands which belong to the state vegetation also acts as the Beasley, both of Hampton. major battle began burning cotton and destroyingother view of Florida's role in I the
all the evidence. and this is where the conflict arises. "lungs and kidneys" of the Durden was the grandfatherof shortly after noon on crops. Civil War and dioramas will
Without lake, filtering out trash, Mrs. O.L. Beasley and Mrs.
some regulation, the resulting depict actual 1 battle scenes
r eroding soil, and harmful J.W. Kincaid of Starke and
In fortunate have always dredging, filling, and seawall
our area we con nutrients from detergents and Matt Beasley was the father of
taken a plentiful water supply and the struction would destroy these importantareas fertilizer washing into the lake the late O.L. Beasley.

: blessings/. of our beautiful lakes for as far as their natural beauty and and creating a "eutrophicmess Other familiar County Agents 'fI'r''. LETTERSTOM
granted but we are reminded that of productivity are concerned. With such ," Crider said. family By I
names of men in this company
all our natural resources, water is uncontrolled alterations of the wetlands 'l I
perhaps John Adams, chief, regulatory included Padgett, Prescott, BobbyTomato
the most important for our sur- fish and wildlife would drastically decline branch of the U.S. Corpsof Strickland, Sullivan, Varnes, NotebookPhone HUMIT.MXVCONCKKN:

vival. We must have an adequate supplyof and the lake would eventually be Engineers said that recent Youngblood, Hollingsworth, Taylor : :

potable water to sustain our bodies, to smothered by algae resulting from over- legislation and court decisions Bennett, Carter, Cason, Deas, 964-6554; = J This is addressed to someone -
have the Forsythe, Gatlin, Hall, Johns,
given Corps a rapidly
countless fertilization.We in the Theressa
I raise crops, and to supply a Jones and com
expanding area of jurisdictionover Kelly, Malphurs,
number of domestic, commercial, and industrial navigable lakes and many others. The tomato is not only one of plants are easily in- munity who on February I:1: ,
needs. feel that last Thursday's meeting streams. He said the Corps the most important com jured or even killed by frost.In hours 1977, sometime between the
did much to "clear the air" and explain gained original jurisdictionunder Highlights of the two-day mercial vegetables in Florida, the spring, they should be of midnight and 9am.
program, which is free to the but also is the most poular set in the that Sunday morning saw fit
the and garden as
Rivers HarborsAct soon as
I In addition to these vital uses of things that have had some lake property of 1899, and the newer public, will be a preliminary garden vegetable. It can be frost danger has passed. They to poison our German--
I water, our lakes, rivers, and smallerI owners "chafing at the bit" for sometime Federal Water Pollution Control skirmish on Feb. 19 at 1:30: grown successfully by man should be set early enough in !shepherd dog
I streams enhance the landscape and provide Usually, the person who is askedto Act of 1972. Recent suits pm. and the battle at the methods of culture in baskets the fall to produce a crop
a variety of recreational oppor do something, or not to do something, have expanded this original same time on Sunday Feb. 20. in solution, on stakes, on before danger of frost. Winter watch What Baron a pitiful bleed sight to it was death to
\ tunities. And most water is is if he jurisdiction to include'first Narrating the events and the ground, mulched, un- production is possible in south
; importantly, willing to cooperate understandsthe giving historical interpre mulched or in a greenhouse.Some Florida. from his mouth in front of our
essential in maintaining the biosphere, reasons behind the request. It is only line tributaries and head tations over a public address eyes. There was nothing we
waters of streams, and the
the layer of vegetation that covers the when he is uninformed or misinformedas new Phase III, system will be Maj. Jim of the varieties recommended Transplant soon after a could do to save him. How sad

earth, upon which all life is dependent. to the reasons that he is likely to balk. effective next July 1 becoming, will takein Stevenson of, Interpretive chief of DNR'sBureau Ser Floradel, Manapal in our, area Walter are, afternoon.rain, when Keep cloudy roots, or in moist late he picked looked him at up.us almost when as we if

The value of our oceans as a source of all tributaries and lakes vices. Homestead, and Florida MH-! and undamaged. Set the begging for help to ease the
food has hardly been tapped but will be As a prominent water biologist once over two acres. He said Santa 1. Floradel is perhaps the plants slightly deeper than pain That was what hurt so

further developed in the future, as landsources said, "A lake begins to die as soon as it is Fe Lake and Santa Fe River Separate camps will be set leading vine ripe variety andit they grow in the flat. much. If he was bothering you
of food becomeinadl'luate to born." Certainly, no thinking are classed as navigable up during the two days for is resistant to graywall, why couldn't you tell us so we
property waters of the U.S. The Corps Union and Confederate parti- gray leaf spot and Fusariumwilt. A starter solution of 1 to 2 could shut this was
support the Earth's ever increasing owner would want to do anything to also has the of requiring apologize
power cipants, who will wear Manapal is similar to tablespoons of 6-8-8 or similar the case, w e for any
population speed that death. permits for land fill authentic reproductions of Floradel in disease re analysis fertilizer per gallonof hurt caused you :\Ia)be he deserved -
operations on lakes of over uniforms of the period. sistance. water will get plants off to a to die for what he did.
five acres that have public Regular army routines will be fast start. Pour one pint but we wonder if what he did
boat ramps used by out of observed, starting with colorsat Walter is resistant to gray around the base of each plant. was so terrible that he
Wanted To Buy: state residents, placing themin 8 a.m. and breakfast. The leaf spot, graywall and both Protect the plant by shading deserved that kind of death.
( interstate commerce. public will be allowed to visit races of the Fusarium wilt for 2 to 4 days after trans-
the camps from 10 a.m. to 1 fungus. It can also be grownon planting. It was very painful to lose
FormFittingBath TubIn During the question and p.m. each day. A special a short stake. Florida MH-l Baron in this way, but we are
answer period, one spectator parade will be staged in Lake is a fairly new variety noted Mulching a material suchas glad for the time we had him.
asked why DER cracked downon City Saturday at 11 a.m., Feb. for its firmness of fruit and is straw, leaves, dried lawn
small property owners 19. resistant to the same diseasesas clippings, or plastic which is The main reason I am
spite of voluntary conservation scheduled truck. Nonperishable foods while "not even sending aletter" the Floradel and Walter. placed on the soil around the writing this is so that others in
to a big developer after plant is called a mulch. It the community will know, and
measures, the Federal Energy Administration may come in standardized returnable When the Battle of Olustee con
taking aerial photographs of. occurred, late in the war Tomatoes may be started in serves soil moisture, holds can protect their dogs from
that U.S. fuel containers that could be used over
reports consumption glass his such
dredging a thing
operations. the down weeds happening to
Floridians had not known the garden or container by keeps fertilizer
I is still climbing and mandatory and over. William R. Opp, DER sub- grimness of major warfare, planting seeds or by setting from leaching, and keeps them.
measures may be needed to reduce district who but the populace was suffering transplant seedlings. If fruits from rotting on the soil. The Cannon Family
I home energy use by almost a third. One To save energy used to heat water, sided at manager the meeting, said pre-he- from hardships. A Union seeded, sow seed sparingly, Route 3, Box 247
J, plan under consideration is to make body-shaped bathtubs would be designed had no knowledge of such an soldier, writing home, des- down the furrow. When the Black plastic mulch is Starke, FloridaOTIE
I utility companies insulate houses and and washing clothes in hot water incident, but the DER would cribed the features of the Con- seedlings emerge and are 3-4 suggested for use by home
federate troops as "...shar- inches tall, thin them to de- gardeners. To mulch with
.' bill their customers for the work. would be forbidden, or at least dis- welcome mation. The more specific infor- pened and pinched as if the sired stand. The extra plants plastic: 1) prepare soil and \ TO
couraged. New cold-water detergents questioner failedto be used to into apply all the fertilizer LETTER: WRITER
name names, and was in- gaunt wolf, famine, had already may transplant ; 2))
This is just one of the many measures would be used. Power boats and auto vited to do so in private if he. been on the threshold of "skips" which have occurred make sure soil bed is moist The Telegraph is in

I that may become necessary to lower the racing may be forbidden on fuel-wasting was reluctant to talk publicly. their dwellings." in the row.miliijf and and lay anchor plastic the over edges the with bed a letter postmarked receiptof Feb I I

life style of the American people unless grounds. soil; 3)) cut slits in plastic and ruary 12 concerning a school

I. ve prefer to freeze in winters to come. _u u ... r set plants. Enough moisture matter The and letter was not
Americans will drive small, efficient ca from rainfall and irrigationwill signed consequently

I Although they sound far-fetched and diesel or electric powered autos, if they pI UNTp seep into the root zone cannot be published with in accordance -
The
maybe even ridiculous now, here are a drive at all; and communal living will be acts 4 from row middles and throughthe Telegraph's policy concerning

few of the measures that University of necessary, with several families under wwste anonymous letters. '

Illinois researchers say may become the same roof. O\01 slits.'f If the writer will come to our .

necessary to lick the energy shortage: BOff G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER PONG. office and sign his or her nameto
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If all this sounds slightly exaggerated 47.Iot Publisher :'
;.... -. the letter we will be glad to '
"Supermarkets may be abolished, replaced you may be right. Published each Thursday and enter as aecona Class Matter at the Post Office at Stark, Ra. under publish it and will withhold the
by computerized food warehouses Actof March 3. 1879
hand Subscription Vale in trade area: $7 per year: $'Iht months. name from appearing with the :-1!
would telephone On the other not.
where consumers you may The first mechanical clock Is letter, if desired. However it j
,
Outside ti rade area: 98 14.50 six months.
orders to a clerk and door-to-door Better play it safe and conserve fuel Phone 964 6305 per year. Starke, Fla. believed' to have been in- is essential In all cases, that 9'.
while there is still some fuel to conserve. vented In China around
deliveries would be made by a regularly 725 A.D. we have the name of the
writer of all letters on file.

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SOUTHSIDE February 17.1977 TELEGRAPH age7A
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ELEMENTARYNEWS AT ECKERD'S YOU KNOW THE PRESCRIPTIONIS


behavior Students these are on days their In best the -1 RIGHT AND THE PRICE IS RIGHT TOO!

cafeteria as the classes compete _
in a contest featuring a
football field.
i The primary classroomsare I r +
competing in one contest
i and the upper elementary r
classrooms in another. The
object Is to move forward to a ITS A STROKE MAYBELL1NE '
REG, & EXTRA HOLDHAIR AFRESHMINTY
j I touchdown. Good behavior by OF GENIUS! CHARM
a class moves the football for TASTE!
ward ten yards,poor behavior ULTRA
WHITE
penalizes them the same LIMIT {, 3 ; 24 OZ. r LIQUID
yardage. The first classroom __
I to achieve three touchdowns ONE BIC! LASH LISTERMINTMOUTH *
PACK
RAIN
I wins a special treat. ., DETERGENT
On Monday Feb 14, all the
I kindergarten classes started a "' d MASCARA WAS HI
Valentine skit for the first SHAVER % 32 OZ. BTLS.
grades. There were songs, fin rs ; CREATES LONG 4GARGLE CHOOSE PINK
I ger plays and love. Mrs. &arct' h LUSH OR LEMON
I Gladden s kindergarten class SPRAY WATERPROOF LASHES ( SALE | REGULAR 49'
: made Valentine butterflies BROWN OR J 2 ? VENLCLUDeS LIMIT TWO
and a large Valentine card for / PACK i 11 OZ. LIMIT TWO BLACK _
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the school. LIMIT 2 tis' LIMIT t"'
Miss Goldberg's second :oJ n ru ONE *, __,.w
I' grade class walked to the
Starke Post Office on Friday.
February 11. This field trip .
was the culmination of a unit .r'r b
on postal service. They
learned a lot about the post i I FOR
office and how our mail
system works. Postmaster
Hazen very kindly gave thema
tour and showed them whereto
mail letters to their secret

pals.Mrs..Freeman's third grade
has just completed a unit of
study In which eggs were In-
cubated. Four chickens were
hatched and they were taken
home by two students: Ken
Starling and Laura Garcia. COUPON, MAKES 4 CUPS
The class is presently observing THIS VALUABLE --- ", :. GASOLINE PACKAGED YOUR CHOICE OF 3 SIZES

classroom.a large The tadpole students in are the CLIP, GOOD ONLY AT f CKERDDRUGS *. r"x15d % to WN EDGER ELECTRICHOT AFGHAN KIT SCRATCH
involved in a study of ;ip.
mam- b 6 PACK OF
mals and insects. Alvin James 11rjC '} {.:. 2 H.P. FOUR CYCLE BRIGGS & A KIT TO KNIT OR 3 INCH 5 INCH REG.49'
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and Simon Mitchell are / "r STRATTON MOTOR. FINGERTIP CROCHET.COLOR b PACK Of -
leaders in learning the multi- 4 1! .: Z DEPTH AND THROTTLE. CONTROL. COORDINATED.WITHINSTRUCTIONS. 4 INCH f-
P 0 o : 8 INCH fflb
plication tables. WITH 3 PACK OF I
How many creatures can : I 0 2 on ;;' REG899' 5 INCH i 1 INCHloos PACKII II
you make out of Valentines? 1 } U 9988 CORD I
Quite a few animals and In- \ II
sects were made from Valen- } 88 /
tines of different sizes in .2100299
Schmidt's first grade class.Mrs. ?r X41 rtDUPOIN 1.19 with this coupon P REG. 3$1 i
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The childrenj' after seeing pic- I ti 11988 I
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own Valentines and made a SELF-PROPELLED
their own collections of SUPER SAVINGS ON THESE POPULAR CAMERAS
creatures for Valentine's Day, EE POWER MOWER
Southside boys and girls rd'1' 22" CUT 3Va H P. BRIGGS i; : PICTURES THAT U

have Laura enjoyed Ingalls a library Wilder's displayof new ,. + CEPACOL RMOYTOUSE el L STRATTON REG MOTOR t 141.88 KODAK X-15F /;Yf';*;;: ;;.:'\:; POLAROID DEVELOP YOUR BEFORE -EYES


pinpointed book"Little in the House"with story yarn books of her to a life Each U.S.is LOZENGES l.ENEMA 88 CAMERA OUTFIT f# .l:{{{ SX70 CAMERA

map showing the states that .Z' 4'hOZ. REGULAR Includes Camera,Flip Flash, i"" r- K; : "MODEL 3" I I
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were the settings of her books. 24 t T.FOR 'f
LIMIT% Strap, Film & Book' m Xy: ? THE LEAST EXPENSIVE SX-70
There are pictures of Laura !; RUIEF I .:

What and homes also fun in of the to which play types she,of the prairie lived.Feb- ,.t ,,,. 'oa. ,J 3 "... ,CRASSCATCHER .' Reg. *21 :.'J t.;\,.,."...::..:;!',..AEG", 8888:t. U

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historical February events birthdays occurring as well as in ,_ ONE :.;:"" '....... ... ...: ... ..' ... ; 7: .. .. ..
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challenging Mrs. Lennon's matching kindergartenhas game. [ DELIGHT i GARDENHOSE PERSONAL 2 I' .;{ KEYSTONE OUTFIT CAMERA.INCLUDES COLOR FILM

just completed studying ASELINi H MAGIC CUBE AND HAND
"sha pes." Children were en- wrri V BUBBLE BAT POCKET CAMERA II5X STRAP.
couraged to see shapes at ; ; CAR
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home, on the way to school, ? ,,;.IE.. IMTtMSWI fOR TAKES GREAT PICTURES I ANY- '-{: ;i .
and in their everyday environ c?,:,,. BABY .- CHILDREN VINYL WHERE ANYTIME. !fK; ): CAMERA 7yrr
ment.! They sang songs did a REG.6.99 V?'?

finger viewed! filmstrips plays, read and stories did art, iPOWDERI 22 02 DECANTER I &;

projects using shapes. They t 2 8s c; 799! 999
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made a display in their room 1t 24 OZ. atn
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of shapes collected. The project ?
I was climaxed with a ------------- 12.99LADIES'
"shape tea" featuring cookiesIn isaSft
circular square and rectangular -
shapes. 39" % LADIES SOUTH MND'
Mrs. Payne Mrs. Schmidtand LIMIT OSCILLATING
Mrs. Williams met last ,WO TANK( 630
lb BATHINGSUITS I
Thursday morning with a ''
group orientation of adult meeting.volunteers Those in an : SPRINKLER TOPS A 'c SPINNING

attending were: Mrs. Deborah W ifs REG.M49 / / l-sRII'S' REEL
Coleman. Mrs. Lanette fis sSj I N 2 PIECE SUITS IN r
riT ; SOLIDS OR' IMPROVED
ASSTO.COLORS PRINTS .
Griffis Mrs. Sue Little Mrs. '
+ PRINTS.
+ INTERNAL TRIP
Barbara Melton, Mrs. Becky I 1 AND SIZES REG.7/9 /j STAINLESSSTEEL
Shockey! Mrs. Gayle Strick- l FOUR
land,Mrs.Enda Trainor, Mrs. SI ALUMINUM' SETTINGS SAIL.All.
METAL GEARS.ADJUSTABLE
Janice Tyliczka. Other volunteers REDWOOD 9
already working in the 799 288 35 DRAG FACTORY
school program and not ableto IAWHtuRE MODEL / SPDOIEDYVITNMONO
attend the meeting were: #GEA LINE
Lloyd Allen. Mrs. Harriet '
Fuquey, Mrs. Josie Kimbnl, WITH ONE
Mrs. E.A. flail Mrs. Dorothy \ GEN I REDWOOD THE AMAZING WITH SPOUT.REG. POUR. TWO PLANO 3 TRAY
Melton. Mrs. Nancy Mays. 'INCHTUBUTARFRAME. CLEAR PLASTIC 1.99 25tOM/AAT
Mrs. Anita Griff, Mrs. Shirley CHAISE GALLON TACKLEBOX E
HAIR HULA HOE
Gnann, Mrs. Joan Hall *6300N
Mrs Dorothy Simmons. Mrs. CONQUERS WEEDS-DOES YOUR S VyEATER'METAL
Wilbur Waters,and Mrs. Joan 88
GARDENING FASTER & BETTER
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Epps.:
0 REG "IT DOES BOXES GAS
The volunteer is a ..
program REG. 2388 THE HULA-
big asset to Southside 8
11.99 6 bH
REG. 1.99 CAN
Elementary! School. It enables!' 3 88
teachers!' to work more closely "..;'
\ ;

with Four individual of participated Mrs.children.Randolph'ssludents in the jf': \ INtH)x 11 INCH DOUBLEWBWH 4.99 REG. ''s'.,..-,
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Special Olympics County SSS- !' -
games on Feb. 10, earning the ; Vinyl eovdred PARTFOAM .
following awards: WIPE h.nd11. REG.

the Willie 220 yard Wright dash.first place in ''CE CHEST -= 9' STAR "Im"'IIIII' HALLS PLASTIC FIRESIDE

Norman Dague second / GALLON
I, place In the standing long REOSR8BS". BRITE MENTHO- COOKIES
jump. 128 r""' DECANTER '
,. '1.79 B OZ BOX-ASSORTEO-
Dewey Morris second place : ;: CARLYPTUS '.._ I REG 39'
I { *189
In the! softball throw and '
; standing long jump. 4' POLISH COUGH E REG. 88 '
Southside Elementary is !tip 1.39 i88'
I very proud of these students.! SHOWROOM SHINE p ,III IIhi TABLETSBAG
LASTS UP TO A YEAR

SCHOOL ChicKin,LUNCH.IfMONOAVi old MINUFabruaryll naadlat.taamad + r REG.99 OF 30 / ll far /

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C.DDN..trail cup corn Druid CM pai N REG. 59 2/88'
mim.TUIlOAYi, 349TWiCBTlgPWMTS LIMIT TWO
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,., .. Wl\lft yOU pick uP YO"df.. I pnnr 111m lor 1s. 'put OHM DART 9 AM-9 PM >SfWAT 10 AM-7 PM _

Of IIlack SHOP !ABLY SOME ITEMS
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NDEVEA'/OAY
Never heave! a key under the ;: IMdMEJICMI

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l'al"I1.\( TKl.KtiltAIMI: February 17.1 77Union .?. '. nMin ... .,.!t ..


>< ><>l Commission> > <>< Sued -" t.W..t. None Seriously Injured In 3 Traffic Mishaps ,

,
Over Road Easement> ry.

I ti, An early morning accident struck the Rhoden vehicle in day morning when Donald FliP trooper Steve- Arnold
Union County Commissionis had been in use for many y ', "; Monday west of Starke on SH- the right side causing a totalof Willard Graham, 17, of Providence investigated the accident at
the railroad
the defendant in a suit filed years. The suit contends 16 near Market Road resultedin $1,100 damage to both cars.A said he failed to see or the unguarded
January; 7 by Or and Mrs presentation made to Ponder $2,400 damage to two pickup passenger in the Rhoden hear an approaching train at crossing and cited Graham
B.K. Ponder in Circuit Courtin was(alseand fradulent in that ,; trucks,and minor Injuries to a car Beverly Frances, 5 the corner of S. Lake Ave. and with careless driving. Witnesses
Union County asking for in- the description in the passenger in one of the trucks months of Jacksonville was S.E. First at the railroad on the scene said the
junctive relief, damages and easement is for an entirely t the Florida Highway Patrolreported. slightly injured and taken to crossing.The train had its light on and was
cancellation of a recorded different location than the old e1 ,." Bradford County Hospital rain, traveling east blowing a whistle, said Ar
easement. road bed, and that easement is M Margaret Hunter 45, of treated and released. about 35 mph struck the truckon nold.
Ponder appeared before the now a cloud on his title. I Ir Starke was passenger in a Poore was cited for failureto the right side. A passengerin us*':IUt\1WClItU
]board in October saying he The suit also contends the ', truck driven by Bishop E. yield the right of way. the truck Jeff Bielling 17, COUNTY TKMHiKAFIIWANTAI:
"wanted to be a good neigh road construction was for a Floyd, 62, of Lawtey when it A truck-train accident occurred of Providence received minor >S
bor" but a road easement he private purpose rather than a ,"'.". was hit from the rear by a In Lake Butler Tues- injuries.
public purpose. Ponder contends r truck driven
signwl had been misrepresented pickup by
l to him as being an his signature on the ? Leamon Crawford 23, of -
existing road, but instead was easement was not witnessed ,,,.,, Sanderson.
4U I feet of his {property a half a by two winesses in ac .' Crawford was southbound
mile long in a different cordance with Florida Y if about 6 a.m. at approximately
,'''a ( (J a IBIJ: ( I1MillERBROWN
location A confrontation developed statutes or In front of a notary 70 mph when he failed to slow
between Ponder and and therefore is not legal. BCH Volunteers Check Pressure and collided with the rear of
Wayne Carroll; attorney for a The civil suit says numerous the Floyd truck, also traveling
property owner near the dis trees, bushes and shrubs have Blood pressure checks: were given Saturday at Bradford south. The Crawford truck
puted roadway Carroll told been damaged by these illegal Square by volunteers from Bradford t'ounly Hospital. Checking/ traveled 147 feet across the MOTORS
the 'h' and let him (Ponder) come ordering and requiring the defendants Hampton and Edna Norton, nurses' aide, checks Doris Hewitt. and came to rest on the east
don as hard! as he wants to." to close and vacate Approximately' ISO people stopped to hate their blood pressure shoulder. The Floyd truck US.441 NORTH GAINESVILLE
County commissioners the road. Ponder also asks for checked and see a display set up by the emergency medical continued south for 269 feet
approved the road, which is a money judgment for the technicians. Other volunteers helping out were Becky Basford. and stopped on the west 1 Mi. North
the first graded road off theL da mages caused. Cathy Luke and Debbie Godwin.IIosDital shoulder.
V Waters Road located 2'a' County attorney Hal Y. Emergency Medical 376.4551
miles west of Lake Butler on Maines responded January 28 Board To Meet Tonight Technicians from Bradford Of Mall SellAThon

SK tot). The road goes through with three motions; dismiss Bradford County electric water County Hospital responded.!
The dishwasher,
for failure to state a cause; to a
approximately i8 acres of Trustees call system. Margaret Hunter was treated
drop improperly enjoined Hospital Board still and a nurse
bought from Donald M. Hale and released.
in the will meet Thursday, February Edmondson said the agenda
and strike
to or
in October) IH7.1! : At the parties Crawford was cited for fol
the alternative to dismiss for lack 16 at 7 p.m.Hospital had not been prepared on Feb. 17th -18th -19th
:November board meeting of jurisdiction administrator R.D. Monday and did not know lowing too close and not
road came up for discussion Hither the plaintiff or the Edmondson said an Item set .what other items might be having a driver's license.
m and was approved The FliP reported a col- .
ago ag.nn will' be the for discussion.es .
defendant can give a notice of for the meeting brought up
for grading. lision south of Keystone ,
hearing and set a hearing ooenina of bids on a sterilizer,
Ponder, represented by attorneys Heights on Santa r'e Shores 1
Pierce and ]Hardy of date. At that time the judgecan Shorted Circuit Cuus. Brownout' Monday Drive and Ferris Fish Camp A
grant relief asked for in ,,.,, .,, ,
Starke. contends in his suit the hours while utility crews around 4 p.m. Sunday. Y .rx wsN' +
easement dl'Scrlbc'das for the motions or dismiss the Residents of the north and three isolated the problem along the Deanne Poore, 16, of Haw Ilp ir'V41e
all existing road bed which motions. As this time no northwest sections of Starke circuits and replaced the thorne, with four passengers,
date has been set.
hearing had a dark Monday morning
breaker. pulled out in front of a car
when a circuit breaker Merrill Dees, utilities driven by Rhonda Sue Rhoden
I liikeletltllDropFor 4th Year shorted at the city power plant suoerintendent, said "is of Melrose. The Poore car
around 6 a.m
that
one of those things
sure of the reason for the dropin The electricity was off about happen."
.
TALL[ \11ASSKK: :- Bicycle deaths. It could be better ---.
dl'athsert' down 16 percent
habits and
riding more care
lor lyTfi! under the previousear by drivers of motor vehicles want to FEEL GOOD about the
savings during our
> says the Florida Highway and there may be a small dropin you
Patrol."Preliminary t .
bicycle popularity in some FOOD
figures. for "
areas, Beach says.
I 197B I! show t that t 58 persons were In conclusion Beach asks
killed while riding podalcycles.is that parents and officials .,
against B7 for 1973 This "make every effort to see that
includes bicycles, tricycles small children are taught
and III01>c'ds. The legislature proper and safe methods of FAI
I dc"lined mopeds as bicycles, riding their pedalcycles."
!therefore they cannot be
counted with motor vehicle !)
deaths" states Colonel
Kldndge:: Beach, patrol commander W(11 SUPERMARKETS
I OFF P andte S1.O4 OFF pctae
\\e are extremely pleased Clip The Valuable
On May 16, 1866 a five cent
that deaths have
M-dalcycle : "
( Aw. '
dropped for (he third straight coin first appeared in Ameri" Coupons in this Ad & : LIBBY'S CHILI : : COKE TAB SPRIT !
"nickel.
\i-ar. however we ore not ca. It was known as a ,
Save Up To...
I I I
WITH BEANS

I LIMIT 2/49" I lor M PIBB 6/$1 i I
Legals FLORIDA 15oz CAN s DIEVOSIT 32oz BTL.
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$2.61 :
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR ..c.-. -.__=___=CO-"_-' ___- .J LpL_ ___.'=__.-,.'''="-__,_ -

BRADFORD COUNTY. THEATREFri I'

FLORIDACIVIL ACTION E<

CASE NO. 77 58 Sat ? Sun Bargains in Grocery .: .

IN RE. The Marriage of EDWARD Ryan O'Neal ALLITEM..A O"'ICISQOODWD.FE..THRU
WALTON. Husband. WED., FE@ 23, 177.QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED.
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,UK/ BETTY LOU WALTON. Burt Reynolds In ......... tau Yn raw COMPARE -a........ tau.we
Wifo COMPARE ... ... kNEC1U 'OM MNrY
-- 10M "' wla
NOTICE OF SUIT riQVE: IQI pUNDER MOIY / s
ntuai i ti u* I* 1y( MI NMUN run mm runs

TO EDWARD WALTON. C/O ACTION I ICO Strawberry Preserves 89 so' ll tcAC 35 Mushrooms 49C

JUANITA WALTON. P.O. BOX I ("' r .n.!r..Nrn MM lilli' M>u.
ti'lEUY SMITH tin IMet c '
?11. RICHLAND. GEORGIA. Sugar Substitute Sass 50' Kidney Beans 3/8/ "

SUSPENSE. ./ 11.1 pwrn, Nat
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an .EXCITEMENT. Pam Dog Food 6/95e/ 5<
Aerosol 8 8 21' '<
r Action for Dissolution, of j : @
Mnrnago has been filed against A

you and you of are required defenses to }ICKELODEOM Peanut'Butter sl'9 30' F( f -' ; l slrt FOUNDER MOKTN tArt
written -
serve a copy your limn taxi IIICMN IM
if any. to it on RICHARDF : Handi r Trash Bags 19 59 18t

WELTY. Attorney for 1 ,... .-. .. BETTY CROCKER
.'" Ifu MINK CMWNLemon
North Petitioner Walnut whose Street address POBox is 114 LPG 1, .....,._..... Juice 57 22' CAKE
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99". Starke. Elands 32091 l. and wmmsxeulM A
file, the original' with the Clerk of PLUSJan Kosher Dill Pickles 99 30'
I the above styled Court on or be-
lore March 21, 1977 otherwise Michael Vincent In >m Mum nwCoffee @
a
Judgment may be entered Creamer 99 ao{ COMPARE "::.::: r :/wro.

against you for the relief 14!lu OMIUMt Mill 'it*ituiui

I itomandfsd WITNESS,n my the land Petition' and the BABY BLUE TomatoesToilet r 31/ 1 tl' Sweet Peas 4/1/ 34{

lw aw m { >m MI wt mm rwrm PMC .
seal of said Court on the 16 day MARINE Facial 39(e 6'
I I of February. 1977 Bowl Cleaner 39 ao' Tissue

GILBERT S. BROWN. AS MU M *cn .UK. snimm Mm RMf twit MU
JMBIA I ViC1URE5A *
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I CLERK OF SAID COURT ,PG; DgRFN1A00N S.:= Sego Diet i' Food 3/1/ ar Paper Towels 39 6'

1; By' Virginia F D.nby Deputy _
tltttrtrla.
2 Clerk 17 4tchg( 3 10 fOUNDfA3MlrjH 12, ti IUMDFR3M0if111 1e, FOUMDFA3i11pffnj u, f o 'SM RII i, InUNDfR3MONTN rt, FOUNDFABMOKrN tl, FOUNDF1f3MOKnl e,

301 1 LIISV LIBBYS LIIIVS
IN BRADFORD THE CIRCUIT COURT COUNTY.FOR TOMATOSAUCE GREEN DEEP BROWN CUT LIBBY'SCORN SWEET CORNED

BEANS BEANS BEETS PEAS BEEFCOMPARE
FLORIDACIVIL ACTION DRIVEINFri --HI
I CASE NO.77 58 4/I / 3/89/ .

R 0 SIMMONS and WILLIE M Sat
SIMMONS his, wifs. Plaintiffs

vs LEE ROGER
FRANKLIN R KING and LOLLIEK
..... ,.......
KING his wife Defendants MARVIN MOORE OVY IrYaN rOa
:"'"": ... to Bargains in Frozen i Health & Beauty Aids COMPARE 0.raNrY W10ONl YY\
I, NOTICE OF ACTIONTO
FRANKLIN R KING.
GENERAL DELIVERY MAIN ] .. "ifai MM!Wl COMPARE ...e.rw..r-.. reN MA.YrY COMPARE OV.0.*rrIwNr-.* VOW M*.Wvl TO mwrter.

.. POST OFFICE. BALTIMORE ,SHOUTATTHE Tea Bags $119, 30' nuiMM. PANTRY PRIDE /et1A// Gulf Oil 39e 10'

MARYLAND 21233 :G trr>HMI nrwu umOil Coffee Creamer 5/S/ } 25' Razor Blades $1,69 .40 c .
wNINYAaI wl weN wtgnnmcoiroNCMicH
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED ; $219 80'
Filters 31'
I I wMp-M/IwNNNNmwNA Panty Hose 88C )
th.it an action to Foreclose aFAntyaye
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1
on the following pro Fruit Pies 11IlI. 4/$1/ 34 JExTe'drin Tablets M" 34'I4U

pony in Bradford County DEVIL: I,.. 'IP"_ tHtUf. Itu CMIU fWHN (J ., J llmMHMI
Florid F OUNDER MONTN'TI AAYt Lambrecht Pizza / 7 Baby Shampoo $]139 50 SOUNDERS MOI I'N'Tl tArr
Lot 10. Block 11. TEMPLE'SADDITION ,BARBARA PARKINS J "
to Starke accordingto N/4VfN. .UMiNfFAW11NWNNnUAfPG, I 30 Fishl'N'Batter 99q 40. J D'i-Gel Tablets 77'!' 22< t
Plat thereof recorded in Doed PACKER LABEL
Book G, Pane 304. public i Ihr Dewwrnwl MW iu men woctw MIN imi wi iiummr 4 HUNGRY JACK
records of Bradford County Frozen Waffles 39 3J Earthborn Shampoo 141011NDrJ13M 1 I2

Florida PLUS FRENCHFRIES"0" MASHEDPOTATOES
-has been filed, against, you tinl + FOUNIIrA ilfOj j FOUNDFJI3MOKn1 MItn'
i and you are required to serve a THE rr' tor'
copy of your written defenses if BOSTON BONNIE AGREE

any to it on RICHARD E MISSOURI GLAZEDDONUTS GARLIC CREME
WELTY Attorney for Pldintiffs,
.1
RINSE
wAluseaddressis 114 N. Walnut r 1N. BREAD
5 LB i (. oitv a ix moot
Street POBox 995 Starke /
Florida 32091 1 on or before POLYBAG 2/l 8ozPKG
Much 21, 1977. and file the
i original, with the Clerk of this Sun MonSi.7KrC
Court either before service on
Plaintiff's Attorney or immediately
thereafter otherwise onnjjStreet -
a Default will be entered against Chib 's ltaM. r.A.aM -

''4 the you\ Complaint.for the, relief demanded ,in BOC ... / ---L CABIN r 1 "POSTSUGAR li7---ic-E .Liiii JAMTRY PRIDE
0
WITNESS my hand and the Fighter I UTTER CRISPCEREAL I TOWN HOUSE I HOT COCOA
f, Seal of this Court on February SYRUP I 11
16. 1977 -* mm HUE CINIM* H I I I : CRACKERS MIXr.

GILBERT S BROWN AS 24ox BOTTLE I
ISO BOX II III 16os PACKAGE !
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CLERK OF THE COURT WTTM TMM CeuKM AT rAwrNr rNM@ I I
WITH TM COimM AT swan MM) .
WITH THIS COUPON AT"HT"V
II By. Virginia, F Darby, Deputy PLUS"Chinese CASH cm an TOUIS. wio,fm*.M,THRU OK O. TOM*MO.nor 1* CASH 011 O/< >TMO.Ha...TMflUWIO rmo
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YOUR DISCOUNT SAVINGS ADDRESS-920 SOUTH WALNUT AT..

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February 17.1977 TELEGRAPH PageSA



964.5757 964.6206 Dump- Truck ,. CETA Program- Rejected. By HamptonTaking ... I

the advice of a the program set up and then Eugene Taylor then made complaint with which he had Regarding the Comprehensive -
citizen the Hampton city have it rescinded. the motion to deputize to deal Is the nuisance of stray Land Use Planning
rcher- council voted Feb. 9 to reject Taylor was joined by Leonard Darrah who has been dogs. In checking City Ordinances Map presented at the last
Tanner Funeral Home purchase of a $6,153 dump councilman A.C. Dennisonand assisting Varnum in order for Attorney Richard council meeting by the Zoning
truck and also decided not to John T. Allen in rejecting the city to have law enforce- Welty said no definite time for Board, landowner Jack Catos
301 South of Starke join the CETA program. the CETA program and purchasing ment protection while Var- keeping stray dogs impoundedis from Jacksonville, stated he
William Summers suggested the dump truck. The num is attending classes. The specified.After was opposed to having his
to the council, "Why council unanimously agreed. Council agreed to pay Darrahthe much discussion the property zoned residential
don't you make a motion to City Marshall Steve Var- count of $100 for this pro- council agreed a dog pound Instead of agricultural as
MONUMENTSDoyleM.Archer forget about getting the num reported issuing eight tection. would be built. Taylor sug- specified on this map. Dennison -
truck,"after discussion of the citations for speeding and The Council also voted to gested this pound have a 6 foot reported hearing other
purchase of a dump truck and minor misdemeanors renew life and false arrest insurance high chain link fence topped complaints about the map;
maintenance cost.Councilman the past month. He report policies which would with barbed wire, and an however, Catoe was the only
ArchieM.Tanner Eugene Taylor that all requirements had soon expire. overhead shelter on three person making formal ob-
L.F.D. stated he was not in favor of been met for a course on Varnum then made the request sides Varnum stated that Jection..
L.F.D. spending the amount of $6,158 Police Officers' Training to that a portion of the utility there should be a concrete Mayor Arthur Bruno requested -
for the truck besides the cost begin on Feb.21.Varnum said building behind the City floor with an upgrade. Purchasing that the city open a
"Within Your Means Now, Peace of Mind Always" of maintenance. Taylor also he had been advised to be deputized Hall be renovated for use as a Agent Summers was portion of Plum Street which
said, "I am personally opposed marshal's office for the pur- authorized to check on cost of has been fenced off for years.
to entering the CETA so that he would have pose of record keeping and this project.In Welty stated that some notice
authority to operate throughout transacting business. The other business Clerk should
program in light of the fact be given to neighboring
Napoleon rejected plans no... d. ." 0.-(: =:.". ......ooU.[ the county in case of council agreed to finance this Allen was advised to notify all landowners prior to removalof
a submarine as a"barbaric"for 0 o: I) o.J'. : ....__ that it is being discontinued in necessity.. The Council votedto project. gas companies operating a fence.
.
method of warfare .0 "",:'.' "' (,) ---= __ some areas." He explainedthat finance the necessary In making his report Var- within the city of the man- Before the meeting ad-
::::::::;::: it would be costly to get schooling for Varnum. num stated that the primary datory tax required journed Clerk Allen was in- \._,
structed to advertise for bidson
city garbage pickup for a
six month period.Roads. .
fl'FATURE"OF'THEWEEK"q

q W* k Item Sato ....

I Prh* FOOD (From Page 1)
'
{, Dinner Ptal* 1
( : Pleasant Grove Church Road,
TS CupS 1.3 miles northwest of Starke,
d .uc rFniKDteh 59n 5 between SR 16 and the
MEAD Brownlee Road.Commissioners.
A OTTER W 4 hope the

PLATE ..<;. ,? BMIIr ;w, FA I R DOT will repave the five roads
EACH and pave the Pleasant Grove
WITH EACH $3.00 PURCHASE *tn..M R.I..N IY...rI. lY Ir AYa Road within a year.
UY THE "FEATURE-OF-THE-WEEK" EACH WEEK UNTIL YOU NAME A COMPLETE. SET "You've got the signed resolution -

LOVELACE CHINA GOOD WED. FEB.16, THRU TUBS. FEB. 22, 1877. () requesting" It. What's
the holdup? Commissioner
SUPERMARKETS Shuford said he asked the

1 OFF .I1fl11i: DOT"They officials.just looked at one

another.They said didn't
they
wo an pleased to accept know, but they would find

.I ANY SIZE I; : PANTRY PRIDE I I muv'U.8.D.LFOODST... out"The this," Shuford: they've whole thing said.got the boils money downto ,


i: DOZEN EGGS i iTOASTER PASTRIES_ ; COUPONS states the they've commission got the go-ahead," Shuford from

ji 1O.5oz PKG. i 1111111 NOW GOOD ON ALL "We just fooled around last
I year and got nothing with the
WITH THIS COUPON WED, PCS.G TMBU WED,PIK 1 ,19T7. UMIT-1 OP BACH T wrm THIS COUPON WED?FE .1a THRU WID, FBB.as,177.UMIT-I of EACH COUPON ,IMPORTED FOODS ALSO! price of "
,
B OPP COUPON WITH A tT SO OH MOUE FOOO OBDglt TOXCCO PtK>DUCT WITH A HO.00 O*Molls FOOD ORDER TOiACCO FKODUCT*tXCUIDCO_ paving going up
Shuford said, "So I don't know
S1 to-_i- -- toEl ----E5a-Eta Sl- -a1.to r -- -w -Eta -- -- ,
j what we're gonna get done

.. '. ir''ft<,;...,.;".y,...? <>"ur"(; ; Vh" '">... ...k,{}'.{.' "y '.:<{'r.;.)>:3;,>>."h' ,'i!, ,'!"!i."" '< .I>/; :.", .A;;it/Si:,'atY "lJ 1"."HSmA""4,\>.:.,.i'. .. ?k. v:, ,/,, ;>'N....". ,.A.r,<"." :'j' '$;>", u'.w The Crawford Settlement
ALL ITEMS AND PRICES GOOD WED,FEB.16, THRU U S. GOVT. 1 Road in the Lawtey-Heilbronn
Bargains I in. Meat WED.,FEB.23,1877.QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED. BONELESS BEEF INSPECTED area is to follow the paving of
CORN FED
Pleasant Grove Road. Survey
ROUND 3s work is being done now. Both
Pork LoinCHOPS Brown and Shuford said they
KOUHDERS STEAK L.1 hope that road will be paved
MONT8J1 within the next two years.
SAYt The
county commission's
SAVE 21" A POUNDU.S. annual meeting with !the DOTin
_
Lake City is set next Fri
CENTER CUT BEEF U.S. COV T. day,Feb. 25, at 9 a.m. At that
3 TO
BONELESS INSPECTED time the board is expected to
5 LBPKG 98 C CORN FED ask that the five repaving projects
SIRLOINSTEAKS CHUCK be top priority on the

LB $1 !* other DOT'S four list priority for the county.projects The, in

(I"J ROAST,. order are expected to
remain: 1)) Pleasant Grove
KMHBEBS
(OUHDERSMO) MONTH'LOTS
i /SAVE "j7 SAVE 21" A POUND Church Road, 2). Crawford
40 20 Settlement Road 3)) Laura
U.S. GOVT.INSPECTED. Church Road and 4)) extension -
BONELESS GOVT OFCHICKEN CHUCK of Bessent Road.
CORN FED Crackdown.
INSPECTEDCORN ...
SHOULDER FED LB BLADE (From Page I 1))
88'ROAST the city recreation depart.
ment and local Softball teams.
3 LEG QUARTERS WITH BACKS Silcox said "it was the best
ROAST SMOKEDPICNICS 3 BREAST QUARTERS WITH BACKS SAVE 11" A POUND step that has been taken you
3 WINGS 3 NECKS 3 GIBJ.ET PUGS get a much better facility by
16oz cooperating," It was es
FRESH HOLLY RIDGE timated the field would be
FLORIDA PKG. completed in 45 days. The city
U.S. GOVT. OR GEORGIA SLICEDBACON is also investigating a $:iO,OlH)
INSPECTED LVKES WHOLE PREMIUM 98 recreation grant
PORK SHOULDER I\I.G.l\1cl\lillan provided the
CORN FED GRADE S council with maps to show a

WATER LBPADED VC. LB SAVE 21' A POUNDS proposed between lots water 30.line 31 and easement 42 and

43 going between Pratt Street
IIDER5* DERSMOItfB f4lINDERBMOI and Parkwood Place and a
IN MONIH Th Ig IOirnl
,
i' i"t' 20/ 30' 10 ro' right of way easement from a
F-VNE TASTE 1 culvert to Colley Road. The
FP.ESH council advised Pierce to pro-
SLICEDBOLOGNA GROUNDBEEF : ceed with necessary paperwork .
I. for the easements
: Council took a short break
M before getting into a lengthy
look at an increase in electric
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Bargains in Produce PICK 1 t w LB ResidentsThe

YOUR p Lake Butler council
at 1L5 ""'"" PANTRY PHIDE city
RED WESTERN BAG OF 18 OWN! February 10 postponed an
9 ENGLISH ICED ANGEL ordinance requiring all residents -
DELICIOUS of Lake Butler to pay a
$189 FRESH RED RIPE MUFFINS FOOD CAKE higher fee for garbage pickup
APPLES % until a complete restructuring
of the rates for city utilities is
14or 79cJNDER'SMONTH"
;SAVE 10' BROCCOLI TOMATOES ) PRQGF/ 89c SIZE made.The restructuring is expected -

to come within the next
()\ two years and the council
SAVE KOERS 1. w1"o! slllo ,,, ; tabled a change in policy until
'
II'. ; then. Currently Lake Butler

MOUNTAIN GROWN 69 CTN.49C t GANTRY PRIDi garbage residents pickup pay $2 in a comparisonto month for

BUNCH ; ONION or EGGROLLS DESSERTCUPS Starke residents who pay $5

D'ANJOUPEARS SAVE 20' SAVE 10' monthly In other business councilman
Tommy Spires gave a
report on the meeting about
Df.R'S8Omj E 'S
dog control between Union
Commissioners and
FRf ,M FRESH va County
I 'Me'" ratKing ... LW representatives from the
FLORIDA
RED
FLORIDA In the
municipalities county.
ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT I Size Bread 31 1 SAVE 18' Spires appointed to a county-
RADISHES wide committee to study the
I 24 FOR 8 FOR | JttllMf problem and recommend a
Holsum Rye Bread 59C SAVE 10' solution, said the committee
r$100 $100 CELLO A made no concrete plans but
PKG putm PMC MM. t ctrl a ptt will meet for discussion again.
YIF Dinner Rolls 3/M 1 SAVE is' The council decided to buy

,: two CB radios for the utility
a: C.fi .". \ nfSiwxA: 3. 4iMBJMBMIM 2r-.cb-.fix ,,""'I' ,+ ,."" ......\ "!tJoj x >* '' <_ ., ,, .. .., .. .. .. < trucks and a base station for
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y 9 }:y work crews.
? ;w'k:1 SAVE 20C I CASH The council received the

TIDE 49oz BOX IVORY 22oz BTL. !PLANTERS I T.S.resignation Thomas from Jr.councilman from the

Parks and Recreation Board.No .

LAUNDRY LIQUID ,l! TAVERN 11.501 j I The replacement council received was named.a letter

II cAM from the Department of
PEANUTS Environmental Regulation
DETERGENT DETERGENT t:1: If."L stating that the application for
l-SM < mntt!-couum.i r-.m-on oTOOM /. federal funds to upgrade the
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I PUKe iliA) TKLEGKAIMI: : February 17 l! 77I

.rtts... .ae Florida Players To Present! Fictionalized

I* BrockerNews by Jeanette phone 4S.V1715 1'rencotl I| Recreation Of William Shakespeare YouthThe SERVICE MEN I by Hampton Hilites |

School: Advisory FERGUSON COMPLETES Phone
CommitteeThe February Lunch Menu 21.25 Florida Players will "Will is seen wrestling with ASSAULT AMPHIBIANCREWMAN'SCOUKSE SCHEDULES Among parents who have

MONDAYChick") and noodles present William Gibson's A the question of how an Indi- SPOItTSMANSIIIP AWARD CHURCH been assisting as proctors In
second advisory celery sticks, turnip .preens, cranberry Cry of .Players at the vidual should live," according the Comprehensive Tests of I
committee meeting will beheld sauce or pe.ri, corn breed milk University of Florida's to director L.L..Zimmerman, February 11Marine Steven Earnest is to be con- Hampton Baptist Basic Skills given at the
Church
at Brooker Elementary TUESDAY.ubb."Luagne.. mmed and frail. cheott.itoamod /Irencn Constans Theatre February and "when the young poet's Private Charles E. Ferguson, gratulated for being selectedas school are: Mrs. Royce

School, Tuesday, Feb. 22, at 7 bread, milk oatmeal' cook.... 18-26. choice is finally made, the son of Mr. and Mrs WilliamE. recipient of the Sports- Melvin Hamel, pastor, Joyner, Mrs. Cathy Williamsand
p.m. We ask all parents interested WEDNESDAY: Hamburger. pineapple The play is a fictionalized appropriateness of Gibson's Ferguson of Route 1, Box 6, manship Award at the All- Carnes, assoc. Mrs. Henry Williams.
William
in the !betterment of upude, down cake bun, milk lettuce trench and recreation of the boisterous dedication of play 'to all the Starke has completed the Sports Club Football Banquet Richard Mashburn, I
buttered corn
their children's: school to 'trio pickle*. youth of William Shake- young, who will not obey what Basic Assault Amphibian held at the Starke Country asst.pastor, Valentine Tea
please attend. THURSDAY: Fish peaches, cabbage) speare. Set in lusty and 'is' becomes eminently under. Crewman's Course. Club on Feb. 3. pastor.
Anniversary slaw. hush puppies, milk grits with brawling 16th Century standable." The seven-week skill This is in addition to the Monday: Teen Visitation 7p.m. Mrs Carole Shields' sixth
Visitation 9:30:
cheese.FRIDAY' Roasted turkey with England(; Gibson's work Michael Quagliato appearsas training at the Marine Corps scholarship he received with Tuesday: Prayer graders put on a lovely formal
Wednesday
mashed Will highspiritedand Will, and Carrie Shcnelker Base, Camp Lejeune, N.C., a.m. : valentine tea Feb. 14.
Paul and Jeanette Prescott.t dressln and gravy sweet peas depicts as a Mississippi College in Clinton, 7:30 Thursday:
Feb 8, 30 years. potatoes, rolls milk butterscotch irresponsible husband, a portrays his wife, Anne. Other was designed to prepare him Miss. Steven also received the Churchwide Meeting : Visit.p.m. 7:15: p.m. Kathy Casey who assists
squares playmate of the town tarts, a performers include Barton for assignment to a Marine 1976-77 Dr. Calvin J. Houpt this class three times weeklyas
Bus Visitation 9
Even if I-II !take Sale carefree worker at hisfather's Rolsky (Sir Thomas), Peter assault amphibian unit. Assault Sportsmanship trophy at the Saturday: part of her U. of F. teacher
you use trade and an occasional Baloff (Fulk), Gerry del Sol amphibian vehicles are banquet. The Paul Allen a.m. training program helped coordinate
of (Kemp) and Tom Herman used to and Revival: Feb. 20 25, Denny this delightful event.
the short form, The Brooker 4-H crafts companion transport troops family from Lake Alto were and Ellen Walters.
group is having a bake saleSirtuidayFeb.l9atloa.m. poachers on the local estates. (Master Roche), Scenic supplies both from ship to pleased when Steven and his Students serving on the decorating -

it could pay you It However, when a rowdy groupof design is by Gerry D.P. Duffin beachhead and during subse- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Christian committee were:
will be' in front of Green's traveling actors arrived and costumes by Professor quent operations ashore, Wallace Collins, stopped by to Hampton Church Monty Glisson, Darrell
to see us. Grocery.; Please come out and and he heard the flowery Gwenneth L. West. He received instruction on thank them for the Sports- Youngblood, James O'Steen.

help the 4-11.) !! language of the stage, he resolves Ticket reservations and the vehicle's capabilities and manship Award which they Rev. James Shaw Karen Wilson, Marie Corbitt
pastor.
Personals to follow his fortunes, information may be obtainedby operating characteristics; give annually in memory of School Elizabeth Mitchell, Marty
10
even at the expense of family calling the University Box participated in land and water their son who was a football Sunday II a.m., Rhoden, Jimmy Fester
and Office at 3921653. Curtain driving exercises and studied Morning Worship a.m. Tommie Rodrique, Arneth
!Mrs Bonnie Davis, of security. ; star player before he was Ladies Council Meeting,
time is 8 p.m. operator-level maintenance Meece, Mike Carroll and
Brooker and11'5.: Kathy accidentally killed several
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-- -- -- 3 Beck.Refreshment
Thornton of Stark visited 0< '" '''' procedures. years ago.Danny Ernest
4A1t# fita A lie is currently serving with committee
Mrs. Jeanette Prescott,
Henry W BlockThat's Tuesday. Feb. 8. Loctil! Musician To Appear On Bob Hope ShowBob the 2d Assault Amphibian Riddick celebratedhis S'nOOl.l'EWSI.unch : consisted of Teresa Baldree.

:Mrs Lizzie Prescott re- Battalion at Camp Lejeune lath birthday by enjoying a Jeannie Lloyd, Jenny Davis.
Reason No. 15. turned home Saturday. Feb. Hope will appear at the University as well as with a N.C.A. delicious dinner with his Granetta Ramsey, April
Even the short form is mOl e Jacksonville Civic Auditoriumin orchestra. lie 1976 of Bradford Menu Rhoden and
I 12.:! after spending two weeksin professional gota graduate parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Frb. 21 23 Prevail, Larry
complicated this year So Tampa with her children person for one performance good start in music as a High School, Ferguson joinedthe Riddick, at the Sea Fox Steven Spell. Jimmy Joynerand
to be sure you pay lust the and other relatives and only on Saturday. February student of Dean Cassels, Marine Corps in June 1976. Restaurant in Gainesville on D.J. Hiddick comprised (
smallest legitimate tax Irwnd" :20, at? p.m. in a show likely to director of the advanced Bandin Feb. n.Mrs. MONDAY: Chicken and, rlcf, peanut the entertainment committee.
.it could pay you to see be remembered for some timeto Bradford Schools, where Brooker Council J Carolyn Joyner cele- trull butter cup cup roll tweet milk.peas buttered corn Invitations were made by

BlocK And if switching to TRAVELADVENTUREEDUCATION come by Jimmy Brownlee, Jimmy played for seven brated her birthday Feb. 14when TUESDAY: Meet sauce end Karen Helle, Evonne James
the long form will save you Jr. years. Meeting CancHN-d! friends joined them at spaghetti, green beans, orange juice, Darla Roberts, Lynn Dixon,
money we'll show you lust Jimmy, the son of Dr. and cook.., trench breed milk.
is Sherwin
Jimmy now a sophomoreat their home for a steak cook. Paige Roberts, Patty -
The Brooker council WEDNESDAY: Fish portion on bun.
how much Mrs. J.W. Brownlee of Starke, Jacksonville city Brandi! and Sherri!
University, out. Those attending the cele- cole slaw baked beam peaches on ,
See Chief Kelly US Navy meeting has been rescheduledfor
will play the First Tenor Saxo- majoring in music educationand bration with their cake, milk.THURSDAY. Wyrick.
family were
H8R BLOCK Recruiting Station Starke phone with the stage band is a pledge member of Phi February 21 at 7 p.m. their son and daughter-in-law : Beet and vegetable Among guests attending this
10AM Tit 2 P M. The Monday night meetingwas soup,peanut butter sandwich cinnamon
Monday supplying the music for the
964-8286 Mu Alpha Fraternity. cancelled at the last Mr. and Mrs. Randy Joyner, roll peer halt milk. tea were Mr. and Mrs. Tom
118 N. Walnut Bradford Square i 101 12 Bob Hope Show Tickets for the Bob Hope Mr. and Mrs. Pat Murner and FRIDAY: Salisbury sneak, rice, mustard Casey, Richard Jockel, Mrs.
minute due to illness of of
Jimmy is a very talented Show are available at all the one family, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy greens, fruit cocMall. hot btftcult Viola L'febvreIrs.! Ruth
the council members and
saxophone player, and playsin Civic Auditorium Outlets a Harrison and family and Mr. milk.Mrs. Kiddick, Mrs. Donald llellc.Mrs. .
964-6061 death in the of
family .
375-1297 the and city Ernestine Denmark'sfifth
pep stage sym- and Mrs. Joe Brantley and Dottie Roberts, Mrs.
GAINESVILLE v* < >. STARKE phonic bands at Jacksonville clerk Linda Robinson. family of Starke. Carolyn was officers graders elected new Carolyn Joyner and Mr. and

pleased with the lovely cake recently to replace Mrs. Francis Meng. The class
those who have moved else-
JOHN'S made by her daughter-in-law, where. Becky Crawford was was thrilled to have Carol
Cox Comet Stella. Everts from the GainesvilleSun
KINNEY & Co. Mrs Barksdale elected vice-president and on hand taking pictures
WAYNE 264-1353 Remodeling Roofing 2S4-9002} Virgie enjoyed Brad Russell is the new
the recent visit of her and meeting them. Johnny
1969 RUM MMtoM CMnbtt. SIAM ...... t VIIIwIRoofI. son Mr. and Mrs Robert treasurer Joy Nugent does a Hobbs assisted Kathy in
SINCE fine
job as president of t the
M TftM SeffH A hails MrnlMM VtaflCMrtto Barksdale from Humboldt, class. At the same meetingthis making video tapes of the

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR Wtrk, M Typt .-- Tenn. and Rev. Cates and class made arrangementsfor party preparations.The .
daughter, Alice, from Milan, room was gaily decorated -
Call Ui Fir All Yo.r Elielrleil NMII Bonded Ii..J..M....'--' Don't wush potatoes before Tenn. Mrs. Barksdale re- which their they Valentine enjoyed the party fol- and the refreshmenttable

Quality Service, you store them. Dampness. cently spent some time with lowing week. covered with a white
SAVE -We Do Our Own Work
brother lace cloth. Punch served
Rrnsonabin Prices .urea "nded increases .the likelihood of her A.K. Thomas, in All classes enjoyed delightful was
from silver howls. Valentine
decay Avon I Park.
_. ._ --._._-' -_._-, ,- I Valentine ..parti'sb.! !14. cakes cookies. sandwiches;
TI Those assisting with the nuts i: ;and mi' is'l"j.s r\'ef\ ( insilver
Jim Williri HomttKrtt Kindergarten party in l'OI'lIeSllk's : containers. The sixth
room were: Mrs. Mary-
Stlit RtfreieirtiiWiFti ,, Lou Peoples, Mrs. JoAnn graders: were lovely hostessesand

,,,,. Cill CtlltH ] Horne Mrs. Dottie Roberts hosts in their long dresses
I I' 1 1 1 1x and :Mrs Clairnell Branham and Sunday: best suits!

1(904)264-1350( ) Mrs. Betsy Mersey and :Mrs.
at ltt flU Jolene Friese assisted :Mrs
I-II :Meeting
Jean Clark ith the party for

first .
Jr. Reames graders.Mrs. The Hampton ".11 Club
Cathy Williams helped
meeting on Feb. 7 at ItamplonElementary
Joyce Ke>kendahl put on .a
School attended
was -
Heating Service nice party for the second
by :n n1l'mlJt'rs.Irs.: .
grade
Jean Clark: explained how
r + I jib + Third graders assisted b>
tlumit'Iiiraph can he used in
Ruhr Cleully,, A.4 R1galrof :Mrs Arleen Rich, their giving demonstrations. Gene
teacher and Mrs. Elaine:
Jo ner and David Stone
4 ; I All a oil Huhn Smith and .l\lnl..l\1 rWlrel.. talked about poultry\ judging\ ,
e Wads worth also
onjojed a\
Ho\c-e
: Parents attt'nlhnl4It'I'I'
nice party Jnyner. Kill Stone and Harold:
For 24 Hoer S.rvln :Mrs. Kathryn Wigglesuortli
Valors. had the help of Mrs )Evelyn; :
-L Dull'a1) (." ,, served re
Call 964.1962 Baldree and Mrs. Larry Can- freshmentsStarft1 I

2,1033 PO.r tine with their party
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I I .> 7; :Mu.sic] teacher I Deborah
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I l auditions lor the show and we
1490 expecting, some excellent( ,
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The supper is $1.1I01';; / .ulults
and $1 lor childrenut.i

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First BaptistRevival Senior Citizens
MADISON STREET CHUROH SMYRNABAPTISTCf1URCli Obituaries I

BAPTIST CHURCH SER"V"rOES_ ElderT.CWBllame SetThis The Senior Citizens organi-
Rev.Charles R. Swartz ,
for zations, through its affilia- Gerald C. (Skip) Kate Alvarez 86
search
a
AIR PARK BAPTIST GRAHAM BAPTIST "On the tions with national and state '.
Weekend
I
Weekend Revival, Feb. 18- CHURCH Rev. James Starling friendly church? intend to be heard. I
20. groups, White, Sr., 59 Mrs. KateAlavarez, 86, died
FRIDAY Rev O.D. Brooks A weekend revival will be That was the tone of the' Saturday night after a brief i
Service
: begins at Or'angeStreet SUNDAY: Sunday School, WelcomeloSmyrne held at the Madison Street Coalition of Florida Organization Gerald O (Skip) White Sr., Illness. ,

7 Stetson:30( p.mm with a team from 10 a.m.; Morning Worship, 11 Sunday School, 10( a.m., Baptist Church, Friday to of the Aging meeting at 59, or Melrose died Thursdayat She was born in Clay r

fellowship University. Youth Sunday School 10 a.m.,Wora.m..,* Training Union, 6 p.m.; Worship Service, 11 a.m. Sunday, Feb. 18 20, with ser Kissimmee, Feb. 5, Institute his home on Santa Fe Lakeof County living most of her life :

following service Immediately! ship Service 11 a.m., Evening Evening Worship, 7 p.m. B.T.S., 5:45 p.m., Evening vices nightly at 7.30: and Develop Political Clout. cancer. in the Bradford County area. :

at. Worship 7 p.m. WEDNESDAY: Mid-Week Worship, ? p.m. Conducting the revival will Discussion, federal and Mr. White was born in She was a member of Johns- ;
Pastorium. Youth '-Wednesday-praver Service Pra Y Service, 7:30: p.m. All visitors are warmly) 'be'a team from Stetson state, centered around per- Jacksonville and has residedin town Baptist Church :

Cold Saturday Head Branch: State outing to 7 p.m. welcomed We preach the University, Including Ray tinent legislation, Federal Florida for the past 35 Survivors include four '
Park. ROAD
MORGAN
death burial andresurrection Law which would take He has been a residentof
Johnson Michael
preacher; years.
daughters Mrs Mildred
Meet at church 11 a.m. Bring BAPTIST 8-3881 : L.
GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH of the Lord Jesus McGrew, minister of music; the security out of the Melrose Keystone area Tillis and Mrs. Ruby Taylor
asacklunchservice7:30p.m.: Highway 10OA South Sunday Services: Sunday Christ Come Join us on the and Janet Haas, Youth politics. It would provide for for the past eight years both of Middleburg, Miss
Sunday: Sunday School, D Milt School, 10 a.m., Morning Lord's Day. Fellowship leader "The Administration of the coming from Miami He was
Jerry .
9:45 a.m. on Evelyn Alvarez of Lake
Morning
: ; Worship and Services for the
Pastor Worship Special Youth Activities are Old Age, Survivors and Disability an active member of St Butler and Mrs. Bernice
Children's ,
11 a.m.; Worship Deaf, Ham., Training Union, also planned for this weekend. Insurance, Supplementary Williams Catholic Church.
06-1-5656 First Wilkison of
(Team from BaptistChurch Macclenny two
11 a.m. ;
; StetsonUniversity
6:30 p.m., Evening Worship,
will have Following the Friday evening Security Income and A retired National Airlines sons, Mr D.S. Alvarez of Lake
service) Church morning.U NUAY: Bible School 10 7:30( p.m. service there will be a time of Medicare Programs" and Captain, Mr. White had 30( Butler and L.B. Albarez of
; Training, a m., Morning Wo Services: Mid- fellowship the pastorium thus "separate the self years of flight service. He
6 15 Evening Worship 11am Prayer Jacksonville; one sister, Mrs.
: p.m.; Worship, Week Service and
Rev. Ben Brvant financed social income achieved the rank of
.
ral 6-30 Saturday at 11 a m. the Youth pro- captainin Carter of
7:3: ( p.m.; Nursery provided ngwruh.n Bible Study, 7.30: .m., Choir Ruby Middleburg;
for all I services 'm"E 7:30: p will leave the church for an grams from the transactionsof the U,S. Army Air Corps. nine grandchildren and
Practice, 8:15: pm. the general budget." He served in the China
p.m.- afternoon of activities and fourteen
Tuesday Bible SUNDAY Sunday School great grandchildren
: Study 10
'wimSEs This bill has been intro- India theatre of
Burma
\ at Gold Head -
am, )A : Bible Study f'mSTUNlTfU 9:45 a.m.; Morning Worship, fellowship .
and Prayer 7 p.m., Adult METIIODISTCIIURCII: 11 a.m.; Church Training, 6:15 Branch State Park Thoseattending duced in the U.S. Senate and WWII, where while flying Funeral services were held .
Choir 8 p.m will bring sack referred to the Committee on "The Hump" he earned the Monday in the Chapel of '
SUNDAY: 9:45: Church p.m.; Evening Worship, 7:30: ( "
New Hope Baptist Church School ; 11 a.m. Morning p.m. lunches Finance. Distinguished Flying Cross Archer Funeral Home of Lake
Rev. L.W. Mosley "A Church Where Worship with Sunday will feature a State discussion: The and the Air Medal. Butler with Rev. Roman
nursery pro-
Choir Youth Day Program, Everybody is Somebody" vided; PINE GROVE churchwide pot luck dinner in disasterous mishandling of Since retiring to Melrose, Alvarez officiating Interment
Sunday Feb. 27, 11 a.m. METIIODISTCIIURCII the fellowship hall. medicare and medicaid programs Captain White was instrumental followed in Dyal Cemetery

Evening service being at 3 ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL Rev. Ben. L.Coleman A welcome is extended to These were farmedout in the foundation of and a
p.m. Speaker, Rev Michael CHURCH FIRST CHRISTIAN everyone of all ages to attendWarrenofJacksonville by contract to private early financial backer of the

Rev.John M.FIynnTHURSDAY. CHURCH Sunday School 9.45: a'm these activities insurance boys, the Hospital Keystone Senior Services, Inc. Leonard II. Cruee, 61 .

Jim Love,Minister Morning a. i' Association sponsored by Survivors include his Leonard H Cruce, 61, diedin
Sunday: Sunday school 9:45: wozshIP.l: Society Solicits Blue Cross and the Doctor's widow Mrs Hilda White
FIRSTASSEMBLYOF Feb. 17: 3:30: service, 1045a ( : Evening Services : o pm.Prayer ; a a Sanford, Florida hospital
GOD p.m., Confirmation Class. ant morning Meeting, Thursday, Association, sponsored by brother Charles Ashmead of Sunday morning following a
: :;
6pm ;
m youth !group : Religious Poems Blue Shield Jacksonville; and eight
.
"the happy church" SUNDAY; FEB. 20: 8.30a : choir 7:30 pmCALVARY. lingering illness
evening worship,7 p.m.; In states but
many children Mrs. Martina
.m. Holy Eucharist 9:45 ; Mr. Cruce was born in
lAat Weldon ; : National of
Hwy The
Starke a.m., Church School; 11 a.m., practice, 8 p.m. Bible BAPTISTCHURCH Published Poets Inc.Society is com especially in Florida, wide- Linnehan, Vail Colo; Mrs. Perry, Fla., July 6, 1915, and
night: ,
Wednesday spread fraud and abuse has Pricilla
Wehnfntz
Saratoga,
had moved from Starke to the
Holy Eucharist 3:30 to 5:30
SUNDAY SERVICES ; :
: book of
piling a religious
been found. But little has been
study, 8pm Cal.; Mrs. Alice Thompson He
"Death and the Life Sanford area 17 years ago.
Sunday School 10 a.m. p.m., and is looking for
poems done about the discoveries.
Park
Orange ; Henry George veteran of WW II
Hereafter was an army
Worship 11
Morning TUESDAY. 22: 3:30mST: PRESI1YTFK1ANCIIUIU ; Jim Black Pastor poems to consider for publication Again, the Federal Govern- White, Orlando; Gerald O and a member of the First
a.m. ment had to act. Bill S-3801 White Jr Tallahassee Mrs. t
,
; Church of Chuluota
Confirmation Class Baptist ,
m .
Eve. Worship 7 p.m p ? ; II. If a religiousWEDNESDAY
has been introduced the
School in Cedar
SUNDAY: Sunday Kathryn Fehmerlmg
: 5:30: to 7:30 p.m., Annual Dr.Jack Hand, minister someonewould like considered Fla.Survivors
9:45: a.m.; Morning Worship.em Senate. Key; Charles A. White, include his
Youth meeting 7 p.m. Shrove Tuesday Pancake SupSunday, Sunday school l. 9:30: 11 a.m.; Evening Worship, 7 it can be sent, with a What happens in Florida Tallahassee; Mrs. Chris widow. Rosier Cruce of
Coy
Bible Study 7 p.m. per a.m.; morning worship, 11 pm' self addressed envelope, to; will be influenced by the fate Sullivan Starke, and twelve Oviedo three daughters
ASH WEDNESDAY Feb. ; :
Robert Harden a.m.
Pastor
Religious Poems, The
of this national bill titled
Welcome and all! 21: 10am., Holy Eucharist; Thursday, choir practice, WEDNESDAY: Prayer National Society of PublishedPoets grandchildren. Mrs. Nadine Jones of Virginia :
7 30 .m. "The Medicare MedicaidAnti Funeral services were a
Meeting, : p Beach, Va.,Mrs. Sue Harris of
7:3: ( Penitential Office 7.30:
p.m. p.m. PO Box 1976, River- would
Fraud Act. It
Christian Wake Service
on ETon; Point, Ga., and Miss
view, Fl on'l<* 33569. establish a central office of Sunday at Jones Funeral Kay Cruce of Oviedo; .three

fraud and abuse control, pro- Home in Keystone Heights. A sons: Glenn Cruce of

EAGLE hibit collection of doctor bills funeral mass with Father Maitland, Douglas Cruce of

: by a third party, require full Mike Williams, pastor, officiating Westminister, Colo., and
I.. disclosure of owners; part was held Monday at Larry Cruce of Orlando; two

owners and operators of St, Williams Catholic Churchin brothers, James Cruce and

FAMILY DISCOUNT STOICS hospitals, nursing homes, Keystone Heights. Warren Cruce both of Orlando -
clinics and institute severe The family requests in lieu ; and five grandchildren.
penalties for fraud, etc. of flowers, memorial dona

This is your life! We urge tions be made to a charity of Funeral services were held

the public to write Senator the donor's choice, or to a Tuesday in the DeWitt C.

lowest !I Chiles and-or Stone for copiesof charity especially serving the Jones Chapel in Starke with f!

prices "Problems Associated with needs of the hungry Rev Charles Swaggerty officiating

Home Care Agencies and the Burial was in Sapp ,

state Medicare of Florida Program" in the Mrs. Willie Mae Cemetery in Raiford. ;

Elaine Gordon chairpersonof Sibley, 56 lu
the Health Rehabilitative John Will
Mrs. Willie Mae
Sibley

savings of 10 to 35 % Thursday Friday and Saturday Services Representatives committee, Tallahassee, house of, Goodyear, 56, died in Charleston :MeKiie.Sr.,46John
S.C.
will conduct hearings on February 9. Edwin McRae Sr., 46

Medicaid problems in room 24 Mrs Goodyear was born in of U.S. 301 north of Starke, f

") House Office Building John Clay County :Nov 20, 1920. died in Bradford County
: and had moved from Lake
Hospital Wednesday evening ,
17ayL Lee member of all Florida
,UY 'i MEN! WHY PAY Coalition of Senior Citizens Geneva to Charleston in 1974 Mr McRae was born in
ee e,
==-- ,.i,. =t. i t S1B-S18 FOR will attend and report back at Her husband was the late Starke. Dec 31, 1910.: and returned -
Richard M She
Goodyear to Starke from Tampain
our next meeting, Kissimee,
,r \ '" : 'I_ POLYESTER SUCKS? March 5. was a member of the Gadara 1975 where he had lived for

Baptist Church. several after being dIscharged -
I 1 The doctor shortage in years
C JEACLE..... I J ', Florida can be eliminated by Survivors jnclude oneson.. ron\.the.U.SNav.uu J
I
I I I .' '
\ ,
\Itt A"'ULAR"' CHlO''::: + 5 88SAYE passage of Bill S.86 which William It. Goodyear of 19;>9. He was a project'
\ would allow doctors and den- Charleston, her mother, !Mrs manager in the construction
.
1,00 a AI. These famous maker slacks are tists returning from other Rosa Lane Sibley of Starke: industry.
'M' .\,:. one brother, I\1.L. Sibley of include his
N w award winners for price and states to practice on a part Survivors
III irL 13 94 .w a performance! See an assortment ot time basis, providing that Lake Geneva: and one grand widow :Mrs Bertharee Coley

u 26 \ +.. solids and patterns sharply tailored they have had a good clean son. McRae three daughters :
OWE us 8uA DISCOUNT pace WAS 14.14 n A. 1\ "in easy polyester and priced record of at least 15 years. Graveside funeral services :Mis Pamela Gain Rosier.
50 L1 PAIL .'
far below what You IIwi
MIX'S I" WORK SHOES TAKE 'I' : goad tipect We need them. were held Friday in Paran Tampa Mrs Jimmie

VALUE PLUS-/! SAVE 18% SAVE 1,00 THE HAZARD OUT OF HARD WORK '\***") \I applaud this Eagle value on nuns We are happy to hear that Cemetery near drandm with Samartino, Tampa and Mrs
Jl dress slacks. In sues 2942 .
Rev Clarence Smith officiating
F Toe the line on safety w/steel lots t Yola Vestal Oma Cotton, Barbara Jean Johns of
36'.9 5 2 R 1.0 0 3.96 vinyl uppers, non slip soles T12, + Dovie Durham and !Mae DeWitt C. Jones Starke: four sons: Daniel Jay
Funeral Home was in chargeof
f of Patrick D.
'I: Vickery are home from the McRae Fanipa.
Ii4.I2 DISCOUNT PRICE WAS 4.M '
SUPER lOW DISCOUNT PRICE DISCOUNT PRICE WAS '
hospital recuperating V\e arrangementsConine McRae. US :Navy stationed
EAGLE tRJNUUR CHLORIHE QUART 10W-30 MOTOR OIL 22-GULOH CiRMEE MM .. wish them a speedy return to in California Bradford WMcKae '.
6S'. available chlorine n economical MultirncSty.111th detergent Buy Seamless plastic w/snaloch lid. good health and will : J. Roberts and John E:. :McR.te.
50 lb. pail Keeps pool water dean'! it by the case''24 qts. .1150 26 ct kitchen tins 44 ql -1.21 M> AT.1tl be well again soon.hope they Mrs Corine Roberts. 62 Jr., both of Starke: two

It was good towelcome back died Sunday morning in brothers. Col. Arley' W
'r former members Rose Shands Teaching Hospital in McKae of Washington, \D C.
"
JameslcHle! of
\ Bonawandt and Lou Frey. Gainesville after a brief illness and
L I lJ and four .
rsco Others have been missing Tampa : grandchildren
; SAVE LOC .. ')' / 0 meetings recently we would .
;
+ 4 Born in Alachua County she
p..EDWI + .,g... a; I iS x' like to hear from Funeral services were held
% .., you. lived in Ha if or d until about
97 Feb 12, in the
/ Saturday.
Hampton Club meets
1p1N U.- ::: I four months ago. She was a
f e -V DISCOUNT PRICE WAS 9,91 \ :; Il \ \ f Friday, Feb. 18 at city hall at member of the Antioch DeWitt C Jones Chapel with
Hev Roman Alvarez offi
a r1i 1 a 7pm. Visitors are always Church and retired as
PLUS! Baptist
YALUE VALUE PLUS! Will Awn WITH CASUALSGkvesoft \ welcome dating Burial was in Crosby
t < a secretary from Union
ON MEM'S LUTHER ,t
3.AOW 44 suede leather \ \ Welcome home Jack and Correction Institution. Lake Cemetery.
1 97 2:9m..Ii uppers II17 Laura Killoran.
Hope
/cushiony crept soles Tin, J12 w you Survivors include her husband
SUPER tow DISCOUNT PRICE sure DISCOUNT PRICE ?"" -Z -.....Jo enjoyed your sojourn in Long : Mr M C Roberts of Lattice !M.) Kueker.

NANOV ENGINE TUNE-UP KIT FRISCO LATEX REDWOOD STAIN 4-CUr ELECTRIC HOT POT 'il// I '" Island. N.Y. We missed you. Law ley.; her mother. Mrs. Mrs Lattice M. Rucker. 64.
OisliiOutor rotor condensor set ol Protects t seals mood Imishes with Polished aluminum body in/insulated ... Now that we have a favor- Essie Hunter of Gainesville; Bradford

Pilots. 'lot i or I cylinder engnes, attractive reduced stain I gallon base, stay cool handle III approved as '1 1 "\ 1 able president in the White one son Larry Roberts of died Sunday Count v Hospital morning) in after an ;

\ House and we hope a com- Raiford: three brothers; '!'I 1 extended illness She was! bornin I
!
VALUE PLUS! SAYE 23% r w \rJt. \ I'I.;: passionate congress we need Cauthen and :Merritt Cauthei Columbia County and was a s j I

'IJ! I DISPOSABLE I I you help to get good legislation of Gainesville and J.'Ii.! member of the Lake Butler ,
LL 5-PC. KITCHEN MI6HTT MATCH 1 passed for the elderly Cauthen of Jacksonville,
Ii KNIFE SET OR I k\\\\\ x e' 4 A I SAVE 20' ".. and handicapped. You First Baptist Church.
STEAK KNIVES- \ \\ IT SCRIPTS SAYE 13% .r poor three sisters, Mrs. Eunice Survivors include her husband _
rr Kark,, 1 i can help getting this legisla- Idrdee of Gainesville Mrs Mr S P. Kueker of Lake
1.94C4 ;; M 66c 3.44 2.96 tion enacted. Join your Brad- Blanche Duke of High Butler: one son Sea hieHUl'ker
; IYaIIYNM Ne N ford County Senior Citizens Springs! Mrs Pearl Gaskins of Park three
WAS Orange/ :
J DISCOUNT PRICE WAS 4,1J / Club. We meet Feb. 22, Pratt
: St. Petersburg and one
: DISCOUNT PRICE WAS 3,S4sm fir, : brothers. T.S. Thomas. Sr. of
24% SAVE 10% VALUE PLUS! MIKE I IRIUIART SAVIRGS St. at 1 p m. grandson. Lake Hutler. Gus Thomas of
SIT A HEAOSTIRT ON FOOT
PUY OH HEN'S TENNIS SHIRTS Funeral services were held and Cecil Thomas of
lECtJLAP SIZE y Tampa
ONE- COMFORT IN HOPSACK CASUALS Joe
1 &0"i polyester blend Kerrigan Tuesday in the Chapel of !Mrs
.4' sisters
two
CANNING LIDS, Polk City;
AUTOMATIC wn'40'l
SHOT liihleiint t comfortable, in his '
LSssA in white! S-XI Archer Funeral Home of Lake
nester
LIT i 4'- Wilkerson of Law
MI OF 12 DISCOUNT PRICE WAS INSECT IOMO /favorite colors. Meet sizes 112CHASE'S .} Geneva ley.

44c m III. UUNORV IASKET 2.97 ? : A VALUE PLUS! 1 I VALUE PLUS! I Flu Shots Tompkins Butler with officiating Rev James Inter Jacksonville and :Mrs Juanita; 5 Johnson grandchildren of-
holds
Colorful snaiprool plastic big
DISC PRICE ment followed in Sapp and 1 great grandchild
clean''
loads Easy to
laundry
wf110
I.-. 1 3.97 3.98.. Resume Here Cemetery in Raiford. .

SUPER lOW DISCOLNT PRICE SUPER lOW DI3COUNI PRICE Funeral services were held
1 Next Wednesday Thorn.t L. Cii!>it'\' Tuesday in Dekle Cemetery,
SNORT SLEEVE COTTON MATCH POINT! MEN'S TENNIS
\ CHAMIRAT SHIRTS FOR MEN SNORTS COMPLETE THE LOOK with Rev Jim Black officiating
I L. B; of 301
Flu immunizations will be Thomas Casey. > Interment
was
SAYE Zl% A casual classic tor work or play Permanent press aoiustablt side North of Starke died in the
.
-'-' .- -.,_ Hut Colton chamdray S M I. XI tats (rip waist White 29 42 resumed free of charge under the direction of Archer i
t beginning next Wednesday Bradford County Hospital Funeral Home of Lake Butler

r 1.22 Feb. 2J. at the Bradford Monday evening. in charge I
: I County Health Department on Mr Casey was born in "

SAY '" -- VllU PLUS! SlVE n% DISCOUNT PRICE WAS 1.-lfh. 17 rG 1 w s Church according Street to Dr. Jeffery in Starke.Ru- Odum.and had Georgia lived in May Bradford 1. 1891 | Tips To Help You | I

ere" 3. 88 1.97REALFOOTWEAAFAVONIIES: l bin, new county health County for the past :J8 >ears When buying; thi right nudiu I
1.97 Sill He was an Army veteran of
'01 long seat .. s director. '''Iulpmt'n!. ;you Olin Till vour
DISCOUNT PRICE WAS 2.JO SUPER LOW DISCOUNT PRICESPORCEVIHUZIPiUGfiAOE DISCOUNT.MICE WAS 2." askable canvas. In unite, colws. 510 y Immunizations will be given World War I. a retired farmer home with music and I he

RRAN9 UTN TOWELS STAINLESS STEEL COOKWARI every Wednesday and Friday and a member of the Baptist makinlC It "sound investment" :
FAMOIS cottot venoms Iternti Ii" 5 I' 18" -1 liS. I U" tool Khats cooiii at opt! ? r from 9-11 a.m. at the Health Church.
:Gist 25TA'Ant fashion sue shades Iii: 20" E BSet 3010 I n 2 at saucepan w I':skillet. /1 ( p Department. The vaccine is Survivors include his 7 l '

the bivalent type which includes widow Mrs. Ethel Thompson
VALUE PLUS! Mrs
Casey; two daughter.
SAYE 14% the A-Victoria and the
i EAfilE P11110SOFTENER % J A-New Jersey swine strains. Desta Dyal of Hampton Lake I
c... CLUUSIL 11111- / 1'p Dr. Rubin states.Individuals and !Mrs Judith Berard of Key

i y between the West; four sons. Delbert

EEl? ages of 18 and 24 will receive Casey of Hampton La ke.Ber1 ,./
two shots. The second shot Casey of Jacksonville,

I VALUE PLUS! must be given at least one Elvin Casey of Starke and i,
PL'S! month after the first. John P.Casey of Ft. Myers; 10

w"s "' Individuals grandchildren and three
unsure where
:AYE 25% smSIAVE 3!% SAVE 21% 66 C --e; 1 they should receive the flu great.grandchildren. Make sure when you buy recording
c a will beheld ,
Sill-MI w shot should consult their private Funeral services tapes that you buy
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DISCOUNT PRICE WAS LIT 7.79 ; ;.M: +:; ::::: UnllY.ILElIIIlESSSICIi COLORFVl CONTRAST TRIMT' Ollin-STRnCNER PRICES .Jones Chapel with James C. premium tape coated with

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I rd Newsby It Costs Less To Live In N. Florida State
I Raifo I
: Chamber Of Commerce Study Shows
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by May Belle Dobbs Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Bradford County was one of lowest In the northern part of list were: Putnam 57; Union
Elizabeth Terry to Bradford County Hospitalon Mr. and Mrs. Barry Watts phone 431-1089 West of Jacksonville visited the 10 lowest cost places to the state with six of the 10 low 44; Alachua 38, Clay 34, andBaker
phone 782-3300 Friday. Our prayers are visited their mother Mrs. their son, John West and Mr. live in the state in 1976 according counties in the Panhandlearea. 14.
with him. Bessie Watts at Geriatric Our deepest sympathy to and Mrs. Gerald Griffis Sun to the Florida Calhoun County replaced The cost of living remained
CHURCH ACTIVITIES Mrs. Pierce Crews spent Nursing Home at St. the MC. Roberts family on day afternoon.Mrs. Chamber of Commerce.The Holmes for the distinction highest in the southern tip of
Saturday with her brother-in- Augustine on Monday. They the death of Mrs. Roberts. Our Georgia Collins had as price level index is of being the cheapest the state with Monroe leadingfor
CHURCH OF GOD: Sunday law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. took her a television for her prayer is that God comfort a recent Sunday guest MM. computed from the pricing of county in which to live. The the third year in a row
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser Waldo Pringle of Worthington room which made her very you: in your sorrow. Donna Henteges and sister an identical market basket of other counties making up the Dade County was just a shade
vices 11 a.m and 7 p.m. Pray.er Springs.Mrs. happy. Our deepest sympathy is extended Tracey of St. Augustine. goods and services across the lowest prices were ranging 58. behind in second, and was
Meeting Wednesday 7:30: Virginia Jenkins and Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Stringerof to the Robert Taylor Friends of A.M. Jones will state. For the first time since through 67: Bay, Holmes closely followed by Palm
p.m. YPE Friday 7:30: p.m. Robert of Hilliard were Sun- Miami and mother Mrs. family on the death of Mrs. be happy to learn that he is the survey's inception prices Bradford Hamilton Marion Beach Collier Broward Lee
EVERGREEN BAPTIST: day dinner guests of her E.A. Stevens of Panasofkee, Taylor's relative John Edwin home from the VA Hospital in were obtained in all 67 Santa Rosa Sumter Escam- Martin Indian River Volusia
Sunday School 10 a.m. Wor parents Mr and Mrs. O.J. visited her son and daughter- McRae, whose funeral was in Gainesville. counties last year. bia, Jackson and Calhoun. and Brevard to make up the
ship Services 11 a.m. and 7 Anders. in-law Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Starke Saturday. May God Gary Roberts of Colombia Last year's prices were still Surrounding counties on the ten most expensive counties.
.U. 6 p.m. Prayer Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Prevatt Hardee on Saturday after comfort you in your sorrow. South Carolina arrived Fridayfor
Meeting Wednesday 7pm. Jr. of Gainesville visited their noon. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Kit- a visit with his mother
FAITH. BAPTIST: Radio daughter Mrs. Glenda Moore Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellan ler and son and Mrs. Sarah Mrs. and Mrs. Leland
Program on WPXE 8 a.m. in Baptist Hospital Jackson visited their son and daughter- Stafford visited Mr. and Mrs. Brallier.
Sunday. Bible school 10 a.m. ville on Saturday. On their in-law Mr. and Mrs. Robert Randy Stafford and Bob Mr. and Mrs. Morris Dobbs
Worship Services 11 a.m. and way home they stopped for a McCIellan. and Jeff of Stafford and family in Jack- and Monnette were Sunday
7 p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday visit with their parents Mr. Heilbron Springs on Thursday sonville Sunday afternoon. luncheon guest of Mr. and
7:30: p.m. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt. night A warm welcome is ex- Mrs. Leland Brallier. .
GRACE UNITED METHODIST Misses Lynn and Kelly Sincere sympathy of the tended to Eddy Killer of Mr.and Mrs. Don Newmans kids
: Sunday School 9:45: Whaley, and Mr. and Mrs. community is extended to S.P. Delaware from the Raiford and children were Saturday .
a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. Lynn Boch were Sunday din Rucker and son of Lake Butler community. We hope your luncheon guests of Mr. and Join
and 7 p.m. Prayer Circle Wed ner guests of their mother and her sister Mrs. Bennett stay will be a long and happyone. Mrs. Earl Dobbs. our1oh
nesday a.m. Good News Rap Mrs. Daisy Boch and grand Wilkison, Sr., because of the Eddy is the nephew of Mrs. Earl Dobbs and Gor-
Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. mother Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson death of Mrs. S.P. Rucker on Monrow Kitler. don and Donna Newmans
IIIGIiLAND BAPTIST: Sunday morning.Mr. Friends of Mrs. Alice Cason were business visitors in
Sunday School 10 a.m. Wor Mrs Ola Starling and and Mrs. J.F. Robertson will regret to learn that she Starke Saturday afternoon.Mrs. .
ship Services 11 a.m. and 6 Rhonda Norman visited her attended Zion Rest suffered an apparent heart Mary Freeman and
p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday brother-in-law John Devore Primitive Baptist Church of attack In The First Baptist Mrs. Earl Dobbs were Saturday mny
at 7:30: pm. in Bradford County Hospitalon Jacksonville on Sunday morn- Church of Raiford Sunday and ; business visitors in Lake
LAURA BAPTIST: Sunday Saturday afternoon. ing and ate lunch after ser was rushed to Alachua Butler.
School 10 a.m. Worship Services Mrs. Pierce Crews visited vices. During the afternoon General Hospital in Gaines Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs PPl t'
11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. her cousin, Mrs. Iva they visited Mrs. Francis Cain ville where she will remain a were Friday business visitorsin !
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at McKinney, in Bradford in Methodist Hospital Jacksonville few days. We pray. she recovers Leesburg. Ecology Club
7:30: p.m. County Hospital on Friday. speedily. Mr. and Mrs. Bud demons
NORTHS1DE BAPTIST: Mr. and Mrs. Larry Normanand Mr.and Mrs. Oscar Vanzantof Mrs. Gerald Griffis and and children Mischelle and
Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship Rhonda and Mrs. Ola Callahan visited their Mrs. Earl Dobbs were Jeffry and Mrs. Earl Dobbsvisited And
Services 11 a.m. and 7 Starling attended the North brother and sister-in-law Mr. business visitors in Lake City Mr. and Mrs. Howard get your
p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednes Florida Camp meeting at and Mrs. Cecil Hardee on Wednesday and visited Mr. Register and family Sunday
day at 7 p.m. Duck Pond Baptist Church Sunday afternoon. and Mrs. Howard Register.Mr. afternoon in Lake City. Fun-Kit
Mrs. Bonnie Cowart !Mrs near Middleburg during the Colonel and Mrs. William and Mrs. Bob Granger Oad Dobbs and daughter,
Gwen Jackson Mrs. Sheila week. Wilson and Timmy were Sat- of Lake City visited Mr. and Mrs. Etna line Dockery were Come to the Funnery and Join the club! You'II receive your very own
Starling were hostesses for a Friends of Mrs. Dutch Harley urday overnight guests of Mrs. Earl Dobbs and Mr. and visiting the First Baptist Fun Kit complete with 12 fun ecology projects, apple dime saver magic
Valentine Sweetheart Ban regret to learn that she is a Major and Mrs. J.F. Mrs. Gerald Griffis Saturday Church of Raiford. We hope Iron-ons and membership card. You'II find lots of ecology tips from the
quet at the church on Saturday patient in Bradford County Doughtery and family, and afternoon. they will be with us often. E. College Bee and a Johnny Appleseed crossword puzzle. So come
night. Music was furnished Hospital. Our Prayers are Captain and Mrs. Russell Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Free- Mr. and Mrs. Joe O'Guin join the Johnny Appleseed Club.
by Ricky Norman, with her Lines and daughter of man and daughter Kelly of and daughters, Cathy and
Mike Andrews, Randall Craw. Mrs. Ruby Dobbs of Raifordwas Valdosta Ga. Jacquline Sanderson!;' and Mrs. Hershie Wendy. and Mischelle Bring a friend too there's fun (for both of you!"!!
ford and Ken Thompson. They a Sunday dinner guest of Courtney Lines was visited Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Clemons and Regina Wilson '" ""0
played several games. Their her m-laws, Mr and Mrs. Ar- christened in the Moody Air Griffis and Mrs. Mary Free- had lunch and went skating 'FSLICGuaranty

speaker was Pastor James lie Dobbs. Force Chapel on Sunday man Sunday afternoon.Mr. Saturday afternoon in Jack r ....;... .....
Cowart. The tables and refreshments Mrs. Wayne Hardee and morning and Mrs. Earl Dobbs sonville. ,. --.....
were decoratedfor children spent Thursday with Colonel and Mrs. William and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs .
Valentine's. It was well attended her parents Mr. and Mrs Wilson, Major and Mrs. J.F. Clemons Sr. were Wednesday had as Sunday night supper ::1.' "_1
and everybody enjoyed Fred Carter of Maxville. Doughtery and Captain and night cupper" guests of Mr. and guests Mr. and Mrs. Bud J .
themselves. Mr. and Mrs Maxie Red Mrs. Russel Lines attendedthe Mrs. Bud Clemons of Heil- Clemons and family of Federal :$:
Mrs. Bonnie Cowart Mrs. dish Donald and Randall of Beta Sigma Phi Banquetat hronn Springs. Heilbronn Springs. :
Gwen Jackson Mrs. Sheila State Farm. Mr and Mrs. the Elks Club in Valdosta Mrs. Monroe Killer and Miss Linda Sue Alvarez of Savings & Loan Association of Gainesville t ..". :.
Starling. Mrs. Valaria Shu- Robert McClellan and Jeff Ga. on Saturday night. Mrs. Woodrow KiLler and son Gainesville was a weekend 395W. Madison
ford Mrs. Alma Norman and and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Elizabeth Greslin of Jack- were shopping in Jacksonville guests of her parents Mr. and 964.5000
Mrs. Bernice Starling, were Johns of Heilbron Springs sonville is spending some time Friday. Mrs. Don 'Alvarez. She attended
hostesses for a Valentine gathered at the home of their with her grandparents. Terry Bacon accompaniedMrs. the Sweetheart Ban- BRING THIS COUPON TO OUR LOBBY AND JOIN NOW''
Sweetheart Banquet at the parents Mr and Mrs. Les Colonel and Mrs. William Wilson Shelia Stafford to her quet Saturday night and -- - - - - - - - -

church on Saturday night McCIellan and enjoyed a fish because of chicken pox. Sweetheart Banquet at Nelson church Sunday with them. I'd like to be a member of your
Music was furnished by Ricky supper on Friday night Avenue Baptist Church Saturday Miss Jan Norman of Lake-
Norman, Mike Andrews, Mrs. Robert Lee attended a SCHOOL MENUFebruary night. land was home for the week- Johnny Appleseed Junior Ecology Club
t Randall Crawford and Ken Post Masters meeting at Sil- 11-II Mr. and Mrs. V.G. Hall of end visiting her mother Mrs.

Thompson. They played ver Springs on Saturday. MONDAY, Turkey sandwich ranch Merritt Island were Sunday Joyce Norman and brothers Name .. .II
several games. Their speakerwas Mrs. Eunice Prevatt and tries, corn "fruit cup. .peanut cookie, overnight guests of Mr. and Jimmy and Joey. Address .
Pastor James Cowart daughter Mrs. Louise Perry mild,' Mrs. Don Alvarez before Mrs Robert Cason and
The tables and refreshmentswere and Melvin Futch of lima TUESDAY beans,cranberry] Chicken sauce wltti' ,rlct..pears' grim, biscuits going on to Orange Park to daughter Joy were business Age
decorated for Valen Jacksonville were Sunday peanut butter, milk. attend the funeral of a visitors I n Starke Saturday.Mr. .
I tine's Day. It was well attended dinner guests of their uncle WEDNESDAY, Dry bum with ham relative. and Mrs. Gordon Jonesof 12 Fun Ecology Protects Membership Card
seasoning' cola slaw, appla sauce, corn* visited Mrs. Apple Dime Saver E College Bee
and everybody enjoyed and aunt Mr and Mrs. Carl The First Baptist Church of Sanderson .
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and 7 5:45: p.m. sudden death of his wife, Mrs. cake milk.Fuqua. Walters will regret to learn
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Perry. On Salary Increase
PERSONALS Mrs. John Tye attended the
wedding of Miss Barbara Congressman Don Fuqua in Citizen's Arrest
Mr. and Mrs. George F!. Godwin and Lamar Griffis in a news release February 9,
Summerlin of Lake City First United Methodist said he has reiterated his re- Drive Nets $47 r
visited their sister Mrs. Church in Starke on Saturday quest to the Congress that the
Hubert Priest on Tuesday night. President's Commission on an For Dimes DriveThe
afternoon.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Harperand increase in salaries for
Marian Hall of Jack son were Sunday evening Federal officials be broughtup Citizen's Arrest totals .
sonville Beach and Mrs. Cora dinner guests of their grandparents for a vote of the House. for the March of Dimes were
Hodges of Macclenny visited Mr. and Mrs. Carl Fuqua expressed his opposition announced by Sharon Hyres
their brother-in-law and sister Prevatt to the plan based on community affairs chairman
I Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Anders Mr and Mrs. Tom Casey of the amount recommended. who said more people voted to f f'
on Monday afternoon. Starke were Sunday afternoon "While there is a need for free our officials than votes to
Mrs. Joyce Futch was a guests of their parents Mr some adjustment I think the keep them behind bars. .y'
Tuesday overnight guest of and Mrs. Fred Moore. For refreshments members of Congress shouldbe Hyres expressed thanks to
} Mr. and Mrs Jeff Smith of they served placed on record either for the Junior Women's Club of
i\ Frostproof and a Wednesday strawberry shortcake or against the proposal and Starke the Honorable Elzie S. ,
l overnight guest of her sister, honoring Mrs. Barbara that is the basis of my request Sanders Sheriff Dolph
Mrs C.E Strickland of Casey's birthday anniversary ," Fuqua said. Reddish and Chief of Policy
Gainesville She was a Thurs which was Feb 14 "I 1 am and have been on Jimmy Bowen for their
day dinner guest of her sister. Mr. and Mrs Brooksey record as stating that I will support and time they contributed
Miss Elizabeth Terry. On her Futch of Lakeland were vote against this proposal," .
way home that afternoon she Tuesday dinner guests of their Fuqua stated. The crises The final tally was $47 with
stopped by Baker County cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Les Mc brought on by the harshness of $20 being donated toward a
Nursing Home of Macclennyand Clellan.Mr. the winter makes it doubly guilty verdict and the remainder -
visited Miss Enza and Mrs. A.B. Wainwright important that the issue be being donated
Blanchard and Mrs. Thelma and mother, Mrs. brought to a vote. toward an innocent verdict.
Wilson for a few minutes Lissie Starling of Jackson
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Tornado Wrestlers Surprising i ; Third In District 2 ; ,



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by Chris Fernsler the tournament, trailing r mark, disposing of Jackson- White's Commanders after Central opponent, crushed a Palatka Central 154, BUS I
BCT Sports Writer Orange Park, the winner, who ville Raines' Lee Hoskin on a 4:44: of the first period. Macclenny Wildcat wrestleron 110.5, Jacksonville Ed White
Powerful Orange Park Highran gathered 265 points and 12-4 decision In the semifinalsand Charles Revel also took a a first period pin in only 36 102.5, Jacksonville Raines
Palatka Central, as they the seconds curing the wrestle- 72.5, Jacksonville Paxon 47.5,
away with the District 2 produced whipping Mike Young of fourth place, wrestling in
Wrestling Tournament last 154. To claim third Ed White High 7-1 in the 149 category. To place at the back and lost m the consola- Palatka South 43.5, West
weekend at Jacksonville's Ed place BUS had to beat out a finals. four spot, Revel byed in the tion round by a second period Nassau 33.5, Jacksonville
with tough Ed White Commander pin to Raines' Ralph Fisher. Ribault 23.5, Macclenny 17,
White High School, Taking second for the Big first round, defeated a Jack-
Palatka Central finishing squad. Ed White High scored Red in the 136 class was Earl sonville Lee grappler 8-4 in the Team standings and total Jacksonville Lee 16, Fernan-
second, but the tournament 102.5 points, only eight behind 2l Biggs. He drew a first round second round, lost in the semi- team points for the weekend dina Beach 11 and Jacksonville
surprise was the Big Red mat- the Tornadoes. bye, pinned an opponent from finals by a pin to a Palatka tourney are: Orange Park 265, Jackson 0.
men's impressive third place Bradford High began the Raines' Vikings in the third
finish. district tourney well, finishingthe period during the second
The high Tornado finish was first round in second place round, decisioned a West
due to Joe Lazenby's first with 12 points, while Orange Nassau grappler 3-1 in the Tiger Five Loses In Finals
place finish at 159 pounds, Park's Raiders led,with 20. semi-finals, but lost to Orange
Earl Biggs' second in the 136 Second round action saw Park's Scott Baker 7-2 in the 11
category, Alan Montgomery, Palatka Central climb into second finals.
place behind Orange Alan Montgomery also cap-
;
who claimed second place Park with the Cinderella Tor- tured a second for the Tornadoes Of Suwannee Tourney
wrestling at 109, Henry Pete'sthird nadoes still very high in the wrestling at 109
place finish, in the 171 team standings at third. When pounds. To attain the runner- ., I
class Martin Slocum placing the round ended the Raiders he beat Keith Baker of ball wouldn't the
fourth up spot by Andy D.nonnGAINESVIlLE led 100 before the Blue Wave just drop,
and
at 116 pounds had 75.5 points, Palatka Raines High by a pin at the The third could find the range. The host Tigers got off on the wrong
Charles Revel's fourth placein Central 48.5 and BUS 445. f ):. 1:55markof the first period in time around proved to be fatal team narrowed the margin as foot as the torrid Panthers '
class.
the 149-pound This was the closest that .round one, decisioned a for the Union County Tigers as the Tigers took a 38 32 lead at moved to a 7 -0 lead before
By placing in the top four in Bradford High came to the top Ribault opponent 7-6 in the they were defeated 56 43 in halftime. The Blue Wave got Filer could sink his only pointof
lr their respective weight divi- two spots the rest of the L.laauuua second round came away vic- the finals of the Suwannee within one point, 42 41, mid- the long night from the t
.
sions in the district tourna- Nevertheless + torious in the semi-finals 10-2 Conference Tournament by way In the third chapter but charity line. '
ment, BUS' Lazenby, Biggs, Joe Lazenbyof Undefeated Joe Laienby, 21.0 for the season, stayed that way over a Paxon Eagle and lost a the Newberry Panthers here the Tigers regained the Newberrf.took a 10 5 lead
Montgomery, Pete, Slocum the Tornadoes won the 159- in district competition by putting the district championshipunder heartbreaking 1-0 decision in Saturday night before a capa- momentum and took a 53.47 as Abe Smith scored all of Its
and Revel have earned the pound District JZ title after his belt two years in a row. Lazenby, back to camera, is the finals to Dana Helm of city crowd at the P.K. Yonge lead into the final stanza. points to spur them on. The
right to wrestle in the re- being seeded number one in shown In the finals of the district in which he whipped Mike Orange Park.In gymnasium.The They led at one point In the Tigers narrowed the gap
gionals. the division by drawing a byein Young of Ed White High School of Jacksonville 7-1 for the the 171 category BHS' Tigers on Thursday final period 65- 51 and held on somewhat with a press and
Coach Ted Jornov's Tor- the first round, pinning a championship. for 11 the Panthers took a 19 16
\ Henry Pete gained a third, as night came from far back to an point victory as they
nadoes will compete in the West Nassau grappler in the Is described bv Coach Ted Jornov athlete halftime lead. increasedit
Lazenby as a super he drew a first round bye, won pull out a victory over Chief made the finals. They
1 Wrestling Tourna- second round at the 1:40: "He's dedicated probably the most Intense into the final
Region with lightning moves. in the second round 9-5 over an land in the opening game of Perry had 28 points and to 37 30 going
< ment at Jacksonville's Engle- wrestler we've got. opponent from Raines High, the tournament. Friday night Filer hampered by foul chapter.
:; wood High School today lost in the semifinals on a they conquered the host P.K. trouble chipped in 20 The Tigers crept close in the
,, (Thursday, Feb. 17 and second period pin by a Yonge Blue Wave 71 60 in a markers. Jessie Blount was final period getting within two
Friday, Feb. 18)), with the first lively game. also in double figures with 10 points but they never could
round getting underway at 2 Palatka Central wrestler, des- to the hand
\ 1E BRAD FORD covivT Other games on Thursday points. seem get upper
pm. today and the second troyed a Macclenny Wildcaton night saw Hawthorne come Tracy Fitz was the big gun and finally a three point foul
round at 7 p.m. Friday, Feb. a pin after only 36 secondsin from 22 points behind to defeat for P.K. Yonge with 24, series on a one and one series
: 18.The consolations will beginat the first quarter in a Williston 62 60. P.K. Yonge Carleton Leath had 13 and Nat plus a technical foul!, with the
7 p.m.,while the finals start mi wrestle-back for the right to outscored Cross City 67 62. Hellstrom 12. shots made by Walter Haynes,
at 8 Although at Engle- te4rap1Section enter the consolation round the most valuable
p.m. Hawthorne again had a bad White had 8 rebounds, tourney's
wood High, the Regional 'and crushed Pete Ellison of beginning and tried valiantlyto Blount 7 with three blocked player, made the score 48.42
Wrestling Tournament will be Ed White by a second stanza upset the Newberry Pan- shots, and Perry 6 rebounds. and the Panthers gradually
hosted by Fletcher High pin in the consolation round. thers, but the Panthers heldon Thomas said that the Tigers pulled away to the 56 43
School of Jacksonville Beach. The Tornadoes fourth place qualify for the finals witha played a final ball game victory.
finish in the 116-pound class against the Blue Wave. Steve Sirmones whd came
After the Big Red's strong occurred after Martin Slocumwon 59-50 victory.CII1Et'LAND O.M.'.-Slrmonat 1.0.1 I Parry 0.12 off the bench to keep the
district showing Ted Jornov, Two G.. f ll G.. February 17.1977 by a forfeit in the first GAME 10 Holms2.1.9,Filar'.1.10,WNIta I Tigers in the game had 16
BUS wrestling coach said, "I LI JL1y; ; 111611I round, an .0-4, ...OU",I.O. 10 Total. I.. 1171.F with White canning 10.
feel real good. Real good.. Sports pinned opponent The Tigers started very .K.V.- Bawlai' I "1, rut II-0.14, points '
ci Bradford 110.5 County team High points collected for- z::; L.J: z::; stanza from Palatka of round South two in at the the first::34 with slowly the in Indians this game in the but opening stayed J.Hallitrom Tataliir-0-M.4.0.II,Hopa.. I.1.4. Loath>. Smith and Freddie had 25.points Scott ,had I Haynes 11. 13 .

point, got pinned in the semi- period but the Chiefland five NEWBERKYGAME
finals during the second took the lead at the buzzer on a Having a night where the (See Page 6B
quarter with 1:34: having Paul
driving layup by
Tornado Girl Basketballers End Season elapsed, humiliated Mike Williams to take the lead 18 -
Shuford of Jacksonville Paxon 16. They increased the marginto
.,. 17-0 in the wrestle-back and 32.25 at the half.
.
, $eor. bv oiwrtaroi BHI- Johnson i-o.. wiinamt J-t t. Just litf'leScrumpdillyishus
lost consolation
The Bradford High girls'basketball and Cassandra Johnson, with Coltrana' 11-., Human 2.14.I 0'4'0I.WIlliams the match on Chiefland led 36- 27 early in
squad ended its regular 8 each-. Joy Mains and Judy BH$ ? i to 11 nawnm. o.1-1. TOI.U -' 3). a pin by Rick Holbert of Ed the third chapter, but the
season 3.7 this past week both had 7. PKY t 11 to to 44 PKV- S.rnard 1.0.4. Andarun 101 Tigers went on a tear and
: by losing a pair of games as Mains led the assists with Turnar Hav.n3-.S 4.11.,Bo..J.ck.0"4.Total' H.4-44 j.n. found the range outscoring the Wil l getyou a y. Lb. Icarn't
they were defeated 44-33 by three. GirlJVFiveEnds stubborn Indians 13-2 the rest BIG BRAZIgR
P.K. Yonge last Thursday of the period. Finally pulling
night at home and 44-32 by ahead on a 15 foot jump shoton f br only 491 S'cpumpdillyishus.f
Clay High in Green Cove Perry Jumper At Overtime SeasonBradford the final play of the quarterby .
Springs this past Monday Alfred (Hollywood)
C' night High's girls junior Holmes.In .

I BIIS32Claylligh44Green Edges Tiger Five By Hilliard varsity ended the basketball season at squad 4-4 Tigers the twice final had leads stanza of four the ot -Z -.J[

Thursday night, as they lost to points and_held.. on to win 54. -., .
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Cove Springs' full- r the der "TTKTVonge": : \ '
to be too play but tied the in the 50.Holmes and Paul White led 1 .
. court press proved A 15-foot jumper by Bovzie quarter lead. Hilliard found regulation Blue Waves 49-18
'. f much for the BUS girl cagers Perry with four seconds left in the range and took a narrow game four times in the final Tornado gym. the Tigers attack with 12 I
"J Monday night as the Tornadoes overtime edged Union High 24.23 lead at halftime. The stages of the contest. The Big Red never actuallywas markers each. Walter Filer r''
.1 dropped a 44.32 game 52-51 seven-ranked Red Flashes led 39-36 going With four seconds to play in in contention, falling behind had 11 points. !-'
'.: on the Blue Devils' home cagers HIlliard Red Flashes by in an up- into the final chapter. regulation time the Tigers had the 14-0 Blue Waves 12-4 Ernest Powell led the Indians \
'r, court. set win in the UHS Tues- a time-out and setup a play by the end of the first quarterand with 16 points. Lacy
'ld "We did not handle the day night. gym Most of the dramatics took where Paul White took a shot trailing by 16 at the half, Anderson had 13 and Williams -r- -
'p Green Cove Springs press wellI played most of the place in the final period as the from the baseline and Jessie 248. As in the first stanza, 10. The Tigers shot 24 for 58 fora
i at all. We made mistakes that second Perry half with four fouls and Tigers battled to stay in con- Blount tipped the ball at the BHS got outscored in the 41.8 percent. Chiefland shot You don't have to-
Me should not be making this helped the Tigers in a tention with a team that had buzzer which went through the second quarter 124. 23 for 51 for a 45.1 percent. The
I time of the year," said Coach comeback spark as they trailed won 19-straight after droppingtheir cords to tie the game at 4949.! After the third period the Tigers outrebounded the but that was pretty good!
: Jerry McGriff. most of the second half. opening game to Bald- White sunk the second of Big Red was at a 38-12 disad- Indians 28 20. Boyzie Perry
The Blue Devils' pressI The Tigers started quickly two free throws to put the vantage. In this quarter the had 7 rebounds Filer 6, and "
forced many Big Red turn moving out to a 14-10 first win.UIIS actually never led in Tigers in front 50-49() in the Tornadoes lost the eight White 4.Coach.
overs and Bradford High overtime. Leonzy Donley then minute battle 14-4 Jimmy Thomas said "BIG
I added to their own problemsby hit on a five foot baseline The final period saw BHS that "we played just well BRAZIER'SALE
taking poor shots. jumper to put the Red Flashes get beat 11.6 for a 49-18 enough to win.."
' BUS' Tornadoes started the Roberts Leaving m front 51-50 with just under whipping.P.K. UHS -Slrmonai t .I-I. Parry J.'
f.' game well, trailing Green two minutes to play in the Ytmge was led in ,.. Ho'_ ''''''.4.4.12. Flltrl. .1.II.John. ,1 49C
4 0
0 I. Whit.0 12 Bleunl -1
Cove Springs only three, 8.5, overtime. .
4 scoring by Toni Lee with 13 Tolls II II S4Chlatland .
,, at the end of the first quarter. Grid PostUnion The Tigers got the ball and points, while Carolyn Shey .Sheppard 101, A"d.'....
However, in the second periodthe Union moved it around killing the canned 12 and Laura Shey 10. 5.2..11. Bryant I I-3. Hutun. 11 .4,
-0.10. Pawalir 2. ,.. Ton! All Day
Tornadoes were outscored clock waiting for the proper Pacing the Tornado attack 13 WillI..1I 4.10. Day Every
again, this time 11-8 but still Roberts' resignation be- opening. Perry dribbled up was Janice Jockel, Sara Biggs
were close at the half, 1913. County head football June 30 of this the foul line, took a jump shot and Andrea Eaves, each with I'.K.1'ONGEGAME: Our BIG BRAZIER starts with QUirtt'
Coach Charlie Roberts has comes effective pound ot pus boet. lopped with all'the
the cords the hot of
and it went through Led by shooting .
A successor has not been four points.Leading Ihmq. (hut make a hamburger great' u
g In the third period the Blue become the fourth area coachto year. at UHS. for the winning basket. the Big Red rebounding Perry and Filer the Tigerswon a plump.....m."d bur It's dfiiciomAnd .
Ti Devils everything but clinched resign since the end of the named as yet Hilliard then setup a play was Janice Jockel over the host P.K. Yonge it s specially pncod. riqhi. now Si
the game, running the 1976 football season. The Tigers, led by Roberts but the ball was stolen as the with six, followed by Sandra Blue Wave in their best gameof come make a meal'uhl"I At participating
Tornadoes off the court 15-8 Roberts said at this time he were 7-3 in regular season andfor clock ran out to give the Darley's five.Topping the three day affair. DAIRY QUEEN BRA21&R' : stores brazier'
for a 34-21 advantage headinginto is not able to reveal who he the third year in a row Tigers the upset victorv and BUS assists was The Tigers moved to a 2213
the final quarter.The would be taking a position were the Suwannee Con- break the long Hilliard win- Valerie Chandler, getting two. first quarter lead as Filer hit 1401 Temple
final stanza saw the with, but said he would ference champions and also ning streak. on five straight shots to get 964-74/8
Tornadoes fight back winningthe remain in coaching and took district honors. The Blount was the high scorer Sc.rlnby Quartan: them off on a strong footing.
period 11-10, but it was not teaching in this area. Roberts, Tigers made the state playoffsfor for the Tigers with 15 points, BMS 4 4 4 a II In fact, they hit on the first
enough to overcome the huge who lives in Newberry, was the third year in a row, Perry had 14 and White 11. PKY II II 14 It N five shots that they took and
Green Cove Springs lead, as also the athletic director and losing to Jasper. Donley was the big gun for
the Blue Devils won 4432. dean of students at Union Roberts was selected as the Red Flashes with 21-
Green Cove Springs High County High School. Roberts coach of the year in the Su markers. L't
was led in scoring by Felicia indicated he would be ac- wannee Conference. Blount had 10 rebounds. The
Spencer with 14, followed by cepting a similar job as Deanof Other area coaches to Perry 8, White 8, and Walter II
Pam Coleman, who netted Students. resign have been Jessie Heardof Filer 6. '
nine.. Buchholz in Gainesville, The Tigers now have a 16-10 SAMOAN
it Bradford High was paced by Ball Field Use Rabbit Smith of Eastside in log. Hilliard is 192.
j Cassandra Johnson's 12 Gainesville and Charlie Tateof Coach Jimmy Thomas waselatedalthevictory."Itwas *
while Williams Suwannee High School. a
points, Judy
$19
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bucketed seven. To Be DecidedThe Tate will serve as offensive great team effort.
Leading the BUS re- backfield and receiver coachfor I'
bounding was Betty Jean use of the Recreation the Toronto Argonauts of UHS- Parry'.1.14, Halmat.1..0-4. Filar
Hudson, as she snatched six. Department ball fields is now the Canadian Football 244, WHIta. J-l II. BLaunt, 4 1. II, SirmanatlOl i 1
TOTALS It 'IOS1Hilliard
Behind her were Frances Col- open for scheduling, according League. Barney Cato has been ,. -Tnamaian no Oonl.y-0" d i
trane with five and Cassandra to Director Randall named acting athletic directorfor It, ...vo..310, Thrill 2 4.1. Saalay' 3.0-4.
Johnson, who pulled down Davis. Suwannee. TOTALS.II.II.25OOO M DESIGN. PAT. NO. D-235-741

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most Tornado assists, deposit that will go toward Surety
getting four. their league entry fee, Davis

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'; '::1 17 Point 4Q Explosion Nets Dixie Registration Youth.'..* <.





\ : Babv Reds 50-42 Win Over Baker Starke MondayThe Recreation

.,
Department will begin
three cats 10.3 during the first 3:50: 11-8 but were at a 22-21 disad- Boll.- Brvmmltt'4-11.Cunkl., i.3- for- its
Up by only points at S. LI..oftlr 41Plrko ,-...,. Turner registration Dixie
the end of three quarters 33- for a commanding 43-33 lead, vantage at the half. The Tor- ID-O.20, Fan 204. Totals "-1.70. Youth BaseballProgram'thisconning
30, the Big Ked junior varsity which they never came closeto nadoes also won the third Monday. Feb. 21 according -
cagers exploded for 17 fourth giving up in beating Baker stanza 12-8, leading 33-30 BUS 47 LIVE OAK 40 41t1'YY to Recreation ,
quarter points to beat the High. Using a tight man-to heading into the final quarter.The M1Y..1br Director Randall Davis.'
Baker High Wildcats 50-42 man defense, some key steals fourth quarter saw the A tight zone defense and the Registration will be held at
Tuesday night in the Tornado and sharp shooting the Tornadoes Tornadoes whip the Wildcats ball hawking abilities of the Pratt Street Center and i,
gym. manages to pull away 17-12 for a 50-42 victory. hustling guards Frazier Bass 4gtya'1} rttli'' the Recreation DepartmentOffice
}
and Fred Holiis in the second ;
The win is the third for the from Baker County Hieh. In Dwayne Cummings and Ben l ; ,
BHS junior varsity five in the this quarter FrazIer Bass led Ross led the Big Red scoring half Friday night Feb. 11,
A child must be at least 10
as each canned 14 points. combined for a 47-40 victoryover
the Ked in steals
past week. I It runs their recordto Big getting
513. In other action this three. lie did not score, but he Following the duo was Kevin Live Oak for the TornadoJV r ', years of age and not older
than 12. 1 1977 is the
five.It August ,
Miller with 10. .
past week the JV five downed fed to teammates who did.
Live Oak 47-40 and lost to Pacing BHS scoring in the Baker County High was was the JV five's first age determining date.
Bolles 7045. stanza was Ben Ross who hit paced by Ray Smith's eight, back to back wins of the Some children 9 years old
The JV cagers meet Union four soft jumpers ranging while two players followed season coming on top of a win may be able to play but they
High of Lake Butler in the from five to eight feet for eight with six each. They were Nel- over a good Buchholz team must successfully pass a
BHS gym tomorrow (Friday points. son -Givens, and Osea Jones. and gave the Baby Tornadoesa special try-out for their age
Feb. 18)) at 6:30: p.m. They The game started with the 4-12 season mark after 7 .I.Id group. This try-out will be
.. '. close out the 1977 Season Sat- Wildcats jumping off to a 14-10 Score by quartrt Friday night. held prior to the start of the
.. end Bus \10 11 12 17 SO Down 25-18 at the half. sessions.
urday night in Ocala against advantage by the of the regular practice
BCH \14 I I II 41
Coach Cox switched his tir ,
Forest High. first stanza mostly on easy 2- BHS Roil 7-0-14 Miller/ 4.MO, Cum. Reddy d The will expand
team to the defense. program
foot jumpers. Hay Smith mingi S-4.14 Bail Il5 Hollll 1-1-7. zone
Juts 511, BAKER caused the most damage for TOTALS: JM-SO. "We're just not fast enoughto from five teams to eight
the Tornadoes as he pumpedin Baker Nalton 3.0.0, Holing 1-0-4 run with them," the coach A rvf43 teams this year with the addi-
Farmer 1-3-5 Jonvl. O. 3-Q-4. Smith 40. tion of one team in Starke and
Bradford High came out in six points.In said. In the zone Live Oak had
I RoBlnion '1-0-1.Jon.i 4-1-11. TOTALS:
the fourth quarter and proceeded the second period BHS II42.. to contend with getting the r two from .awtey, Davis
I to outscore the Wild outgunned Baker County High BOLL.ES 70-BITS 45 ball inside the zone over 6-3 reports. All children in the
center Kevin Miller and 6-0 s Lawtey area should registerin
-- -- -- 1- Lawtey. (See Mr. Robert
-l Tornado cagers jumped off forwards Ben Ross. and .J A_
to a 12.0 lead in the first four Dwayne Cummings. The BHS ,x' 1 t ,e. 3a Paterson at Lawtey Elementary -
PANELING CENTER' minutes Saturday night at defense in the second half con- 1 ? ask. .)
I II Bolles High in Jacksonville, tinually made Live Oak turn- Birth certificates are required -
but quickly fizzled as foul over the ball. The Bulldog ., A of all participants.Those .
trouble set in. pups couldn't get the ball persons not having one
I Bolles, with an 18-2 record inside. All their points cameon a should go to the Bradford
.I tied the game 14.14 after the outside shots. 4 County Health Department in
I ; } I first period and then ran away BHS, on the strength of Starke and apply for one.
with the ball game to the tune steals and layups by Bass and will end
W of 7045. It BUS' 13th lossto Holiis tied the 29-29 Registration
was game
4' xH ?
I ., ; :, I II four wins. with 14 seconds left in the 1t"" Friday, March 11. Practice
sessions will begin the week of
ei .
outscored
"We beat them here. Thereis third period. BHS .l
March .
SHEETS : just no way to beat them Live Oak 12-6 in the third 14.Dixie
I 1 I I I there" says Coach Reddy period and 17-9 in the fourth.
Ross led with 13 points, Bass Youth
I illYAUGHNJOHNSON Cox.Officials called only four had 11, and Cummings 8. I >I
1 fouls on Bolles the entire Kenny Richardson had 14
game Cox pointed out. He points and Wayne Parker 11 Coaches NeededThe
said he complained to an official for Live Oak.
but it was ineffectual."We Live Oak won the previous
had then 122. then all meeting of the two teams by Recreation Departmentwould
See Us For Your Kitchen of a sudden anything we exploding for 29 points to BHS' n like to invite anyone
did. .." one in the fourth period. The that would be interested in
Cabinet Needs game was tied at the half and coaching a Dixie Youth Base-
Score by Quarters: BUS was down by only two ball team (10-11-12)( or a Dixie
CO. BHS 14 4 12 13 45 points going into the fourth Boys (13-14)) team to please
Bolles 14 17 14 25 70 period. contact Director Randall

I If.rrrer BHS- Rots 5-1-11\ Miller 1-0-4, Score by Quarters) Davis at the Recreation
|1140 S. Thompson St OPEN SAT 9-3 964.5711 I Cummings4-0-I3, Ba..I.O., Holiis 0-0-0 Department.
BHS 0 t 12 17 47
Of ? Carter 30-4 Shell \1-0-2 Colbert' 1-0-2
S.R. 100
TI Starke LO 14 11 < 1 40
Donlsy 10 2. Robinson 0-0 0. Totals' 22-I. The Dixie Youth Programwill
- -"
-
4S. BHS- Roil 45.13 Miller 1-1-1. expand to two leagues this
Gumming 3-2-e Bats 4-3-11 Carter 1-0. !- I 'ear. The addition of one teamin
4, Colbert 14.2. Holiis |\-7. Totals 11-11- Starke and two from
47.Live Lawtey happily forces the
Oak- Ford 1-1-7 Olover 304,
Cillvard0 0-0 Parker 1-1-11 Richardson The Tornadoes' Fred llollis shoots a hook shut during HI IS' 4-11I win over Live Oak. program into two four-team
7014, Owen 1-0-1. Totals If.1-<0. leagues Davis reports.

The Recreation Department
HEARi. Is also--planning to have -a

UHS Baseballers Dixie Boys League age 13-14,
for the first time and help will
be needed for this also.

Action Today The Department would
Qpen
prefer adults but will accept

4 DOLPHUS L. PRICE ,._ er Set'..::!"IP'oI .High School seniors, to coach!
> Coach Terry Streemer said Mighty mite Larry the teams.>' .

''that the Union County Tigers Fleming, with a .300 batting "Please help if can' the
baseball team for 1977 has the average last year, will see you
kids
need Davis
potential to be in the state action at the keystone sack. you says.

MON. FEB. 21 thru SUN. FEB. 27 playoffs.Last Others out for that positionare
year the Tigers were Tommy Honour and
runners up in the class AA Hobert Osborne. tyI Score Keepers,
r. 4.3pN State playoffs and compiled a Shortstop will be manned by
4 29.5 record on the way to that Harold Esford who had :34 Umpires Needed By
great season. runs batted in, two triples and
10 They open their season this two home runs plus a team Bee
ht1y :0* week with two games against leading .368 batting average.He DepartmentAnyone
\ \ .M. teams that are in the Tigers will be backed up by Bill
1'. SUnday' district this year. Thursday Hemme. men and women
they play host to Jacksonville Third base will be mannedby that would be interested in
I Episcopal; at 4 p.m. on the Billy Woodington and umpiring or keeping score for
local diamond and on Saturday Dickie Hazen. the adult Softball leagues or
at 1 p.m. on the local field In the outfield Kemp is one the Dixie Youth Baseball
play Hamilton County from of the candidates for left field leagues should contact
Choir Jasper. with Jon Pritchett as the I 4a Director Randall Davis at the
a1M\\S\t faeh Streemer will feature a leading prospects. Recreation Department
S4 Night three man pitching staff led Three players will vie for phone 9646792.
by veteran right hander Bill the center field slot with n ..,
I femme who last year had a 21 Dillow, Mark Holmes, and Umpires are needed for all
3 record and a .263 battling Billie Hemme the candidates. the leagues. For those with
average. Hemme is a senior Rightfield will be mannedby little or no experience a clinic
and the strong armed pitcheris David "Boog" Powell who will be held to teach the basic
Dolphus! L Price sought by many of the batted .184 last year. Powell fundamentals.All .
state's leading colleges. has recovered from a serious
Other members ho will see football injury that sidelinedhim umpires old and new
some action on the mound will after the Williston game. will be required to take and
PINE LEVEL BAPTIST CHURCH be Harold Esford and Toby He will be backed up by Mike pass, a written exam on rules
Dillow.\ Johnson. and mechanics in order to
Catchers will feature Fred Streemer expects the teamto umpire in the leagues and to
3'' i: Miles! West of Starke on Highway 100 Clemons with a .336 batting have more speed in the out- be registered as an ASA
average and he led the team in field and he said that at the umpire.
ROMAN ALVAREZ. Pastor/ stolen bases with 23. Other present time the infield is a t
players who may see some question mark.
action behind the bat include; He lists the toughests games UHS Lifters
Bob Hemme( younger brotherof with P.K. Yonge Keystone
Bill and Glen Kemp. Heights, Santa Fe and New- ".
NURSERY PROVIDED EACH SERVICE First base will be mannedby berry. i., -. Beat HornetsIn

Dillow demons or Bob The Tigers will host three
Hemme. different tournaments duringthe BIIS junior varsity eager Frazier Bass attempts a short juniper -
baseball season in the Tornadoes 47-40 win over Live Oak. its first victory ever the

Suwannee Conference Invitational Union County Tigers weight
I. and the district tourna- All-Star Teams Selected And lifting team traveled to Haw-
ment. Play thorne on Wednesday to defeat -

% % and Jasper the ,Tigers Hilliard comprise, Episcopal the, 2 Games In Jr. Boys Basketball Coach the Hornets Vernon 4223.Turner said

S9c district. that the Tiger lifters are Improving -
The invitational tournamentwill After ending the regular Long, Robert Tyson} and every week. He said
: two all-star teams Emmett Watkins.
# a 4 feature Hawthorne season that we have finally gotten
were selected in the Junior Blue team all-stars were lifters who qualify in each
Jasper, Hilliard ,
Episcopal Basketball Chuck Johnson, Scott Hudson
Boys League. weight class.In .
Santa Fe Keystone Heights
Plus SOc Film Chargo +. P.K. Yonge, and Union Members on the red team Eddie Winkler Curtis Griffin the 1 114 pound class Buddy
*>i <*S included Todd Jackson, Ricky Mike McDuffie. Wayne Croft was first with 245.
t:*: 1''* -ix *....s-J il J County. Sullivan Jimmy Diggs, Larry Slocum and Clayton Norman.On The names of the Haw-
Wednesday February 9, thorne lifters were not avail-
L- For ABeautiful ,- 'S .e w -- - the teams played a game on able to this paper;;

I I- At The Moment There Is No -I The the junior Blue team she'baskets-i won by a((8 score ft.). elude Other: u/oioht n_...... classes ln.n-_

of 5945. Leading scorer for the
123-pound-class Keith Du-
I I Substitute For Blue was Chuck Johnson with bose. 260, came in: second.
I 36 points. For the Red, Todd
No Appointment Necessary Plus SOc !Film Charge Sympathetic 132-pound class: Scott
Understandingi Jackson led the
I scoring with Cason, 235, finished second.
Full Selection of Poses LIMIT 1 P.r Person 2 Per Family I 29 points. 148-pound class: Calvin
Additional. Svboct| $3.95 I Blue: C. Johnson 18-0-36, S. Brown. 435, first; Martin
No Age LimitAll 11 X 14 Croup $1.59 Par Porion DeWitt C. Jones I Hudson 4-5-13, E. Winkler 4-- Seay, 350 second.
8, M. McDuffie 102.
Work Guaranteed 165-pound class: Wayne
I Red: T Jackson (14-1-29 L.
demons 405, first.
Funeral Home fflf Long 4-2-10, J. Diggs 2-0-4 R.
; 181-pound class Mike
:
I Sullivan 0-1-1 R. Tyson 011. Dukes. 450 first.189pound .
Living color Portrait I Thursday. Feb. 10. the class: Leon
Home Of Thoughtful ServiceProfessional&Competent teams had another game on "Pop' Alexander. 455.
I regulation baskets ((10 ft.), Heavyweight class
.1 and this time the Red won Roberts Tony

E Feb. 21 & 22 Montgomery Wards Photo Hrs.Mon&Tuesa with a score for the of Red 3937. Leading Todd Sapp 400,435.w.first second. ;' Wayne
scorer was "
The
I Tigers evened"their
All
For Faiths
I Jackson with 25 points. For
10-1.2-5 season record at 1-t In first
jts
the Blue Eddie Winkler led
'
L
Starke Fla. I I Two Convenient Locations with 13 points. season They of had competition.a meet with'Brad-.
I Red: T. Jackson 8-9-25, R. ford
High )In Stark this
CHILDREN UNDER 2YRS PHOTOGRAPHED FREE : 514 East Nona Starke, 964.6200 Sullivan E. Watkins 4-0-8 022., J. Diggs %2-0-4. paper went to press'''.' as. '"

On Wednesday Feb. 23 the
.
.I. 473031761 Blue: E. Winkler 6-1-13. C.
Hwy 100 Keystone Tigers travel to Alachua for a
Johnson 5-0-10, S. Hudson 5-0- meet with the
.- SSA Ir -. 10, W Slocum 2-0-4. Raiders at 3 p.m.Santa Fe

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, Tornado Five Evens Record




;. At 11-11 With 5O-46 Baker Win cIi&r\ o, 5 :



After being tied at 46-46 with the message. The message day night game to the Bolles' Tornado scoring attack,
only 45 seconds left to play was delivered from the 19-foot Bulldogs in Jacksonville, sinking 20."Fred .
Tuesday night, the Tornado range by the duo of Ken Bradford High scored only Aldridge was the only
cageri outscored Baker Hampton and Freddie 10 points in the entire first man that really hustled the
County High 4-0 the rest of the Aldridge, as the consistently half, while the Bulldogs whole game," Coach
way for a 50-46 win in the Big hit long jumpers over the 'canned 25. In the first quarter Adkinson said. Kenny
Red gym. zone.Aldridge hit for 20 points BHS was Outscored 13.2 and in Hampton followed Aldridge,
The win evens the Tornado and Hampton 18. the second quarter 12.8, for a bucketing 8 points, and was tt
record at 1111. In other action Leading the Wildcat scoring 25-10 half-time deficit. The the team leader in assists with family centers

during the past week, BUS was Joey Kennedy with 16, first half saw the Tornadoes 7.Bolles'
whipped Live Oak 51-41 and followed by Bobby Fored with hit on only 11 percent of their Doug Shaw with 18
lost to Bolles 5640. 11.In shots from the field, 436. points and Tommy Hodges
Bradford High will meet the first quarter Baker The Big Red 10-11, playedso with 17 paced the Bulldog

Union(Friday County Feb. 18)High) at tomorrow 8 p.m. in 16-12 County, while High outscored in the second BHS Coach poorly Adkinson in the first pulled half three that offense.In the. second half the IIffilJ[] :mJJ11! []

the Tornado gym. Saturday, period the Tornadoes came starters tornadoes connected on 33 mI
out of
the Starke Fla.
in the 301
Feb. 19, BUS will close out the back, winning the stanza 14-10 middle of the second game percent of their shots from the S. Center
regular season with an 8 p.m. and pulling into a 26-20 dead- quarter. field, 15-41. For the game the
the
Leaving for
date with Forest High in lock at the half. Tornadoes game Andrew the Big Red hit on 24 percent of
Ocala. The Tornadoes will The second half saw the two were their field goal attempts, as "-
Carter '
Godwin
Jay and
then play in the District 3 Bas- teams fight to a 12.12 draw at David Walker. their they were 1977. 40 Lb
Taking
ketball Tournament at St. the end of the third quarter
Augustine High on and BHS win the fourth period places were Kenny SCOT by Quarters* .
Friday Roland BOLLES!
Chris King and 13 12 14 IS MBHS
Feb. 25 at 9 p.m. meeting the 12.8 for a 50-46 victory. Cummings."We 2 I 14 10 10Sollu PEAT HUMUS
winner of the Thursday, Feb. Kenny Aycox pulled down
were loafing with .. ,. .
a Dent 5-J-1J Shaw "
24, contest between the most Tornado reboundsfor
Palatka
capital 'L'. We just draggedand Lynch 1-1-1, Hodges 7-1-17,Gibson 14-1.
Central and Palatka South. the with six and Reg 1"
game I don't know why. After I Skinner 1-1-4. Totals 24-4 f4.BHS
.
Kenny Hampton led the Big -Aldrldg*104-10 Hampton 400
pulled the starters in the second .Carter a.1-4.Godwin 14-1.W.lk.r 2..-
Red In assists, claiming three.In .
BUS 50,BAKER .
48 quarter though, we 4. Totals lf-1-40.
99cPECAN
the game's first half the
started hustling," the coach .
Tornadoes connected on 12.20,
Scoring the go-ahead( bucket .
BUS 51 LIVE OAK 41
for BHS was Freddie shots from the field, 40 per- said.BHS
Aldridge, who canned a four- cent, the second half, 11-25, 44 got destroyed on the Tornado cagers led all the
boards for the game, getting
footer from the court's left percent, for a game shooting outrebounded 46-27. Andrew way in a 51-41 win over Live
average of 41 percent, 2355. Oak here Friday Feb.
side at the 0:45: mark. Before Carter played less than half of night
Aldridge's shot BHS and 11, to even their season recordat
the game,but he still ended up '
Baker were tied a total of five Scoring Quarters an even 10-10, and hand the
the Tornado rebounderwith
as top
BHS It 10 II 1 4.
their 16th loss
Bulldogs
times in the fourth TREES
quarter. BH1 12 14 12 11 SO seven:
Warnev Atkinson. BHS basketball BCN Ford JO-11, Kennedy 7.2.10.Sp..eh.r The game's second half saw against two wins.
coach, was pleased 1-0-10,W..lo-.I. Rulllnt 4..... Guard Freddie Aldridge and
the Big Red play much better
TOTALS: 11444.BHS forward Andrew Carter each
with his team's win. He said
than the first 16 minutes, as
.1-JO
Aldrldg Hampton *-!-
"We did not hustle in the hit 14 and center David 'p
II Godwin 2.0.0 Walkar 1-0-4. TOTALS] they were outscored only 31-
Bolles game, but we hustled 11-4.X). 30. In the third quarter Bolleshit Walker added 12 points to lead Reg. 4115 $388
BHS.Calvin Johnson, who hada
tonight. BUS 40. BOLLES 56 for 16 points to BHS' 14,
nice soft shot, hit for 19 and
The Macclenny Wildcats
while in the fourth period the POTTING
Tim Williams added 11 for
threw a zone defense at the With poor shooting, rebounding Tornadoes whipped the Bull-
Live Oak.
Tornadoes the entire game, and hustle, the BUS dogs 1615.
but they did not seem to get cagers dropped a 56-40( Saturin Fred Aldridge led the In a slow moving game BHS ,
held a two point, 10-8, edge
after the first oeriod. The SOIL
Tornadoes widened the lead to S

Girl Natters Of Bradford High 20-14 at the half. They out-
scored Live Oak 15-14 in the
I third period and 16-13 in the 1
fourth. 8 Lb.

Win First 2 Matches O f Season game"We,"didn't commented play very Coach good 77CReg.

Adkinson. "Live Oak
played a 1511
good and just
Girl netters of Bradford a year and Coach Howard BUS,ORANGE PARK 3 played game well enough we to win."
I High won all eight matches doesn't know what to expect. Thanks to victories in the Andrew Carter muscled the
Tuesday In Gainesville to shut number one and two doubles
ball inside from his side
out Eastside High 7-0) for their BIIS 7, EASTSIDE 0 matches, the BHS girl netters several times in the second post

second straight win of the Lynn Pierce won 8,5, Pam sneaked past Orange Park half when BUS was cold to
young season. Tucker 8-0, Merri Ormsbee 8- High 4-3 in the season openerat the five and six point
The girls are 2-0) after 2, Donna Samons 8-1, Cathy the Raiders' courts last lead preserve BUS retained much of the : .
Futch 8-2 and Janice Jockel .
edging Orange Park 4-3 in the Thursday.The time. Several times when :
0 in singles matches at East- number one doubles g 1t
season opener. Carter muscled in but missed
The BHS girls play Clay side.The team of Lynn Pierce and his shot center David Walkerwas
two doubles team of Ormsbee and the
High here today (Thursday, Mary there to put the ball back e SS
Pierce and Ormsbee and number two doubles team of
Feb. 17)) at 3:30: p.m. on the up. Carter led BUS with U rebounds -
Tucker and Samons each won Pam Tucker and Donna
Starke Golf and Country Club 9 in the second half; J
courts. They host St. 81. Samons brought the Tor- Godwin and Walker had 6 I ;
"All the girls played well," nadoes from a 3.2 deficit at the
each and
Augustine Friday, Feb. 18, at Hampton 4. (,
Coach Howard said. It was a end of the singles matches to Leading scorer Freddie t

i 3:30: p.m. Both matches are district win for BHS. Eastsideis victory on the strength. of 8-5 Aldridge got a hoot from the
expected to be''tough, ac- a young team,, the coach and 8-3 wins..., fans early in the game when IiIIIII LEWS-SPEED-STICK1 **** f
cording to Coach Melba Ho- added."I Bradford High could he stole the ball dribbled the ;;..
ward. Green Cove beat BHS expect our doubles teamto manage only two victories in length of the court, but his
both times last season and be stronger this year than in the singles play. Taking victories lazy can't miss layup rolled
I didn't lose anyone via the past," Mrs. Howard add home were Pam Tuckerin off the rim with Aldridge all RODS
graduation. SA hasn't played ed. the number two singles as alone under the basket.
she won 6-2 and 6-1 and Mary Aldridge came back with
Ormsbee playing in the several good drives to the
Win number three singles, winning basket. He and
II Baby Tiger Cagers 6-3, 76.Lynn. Hampton hit from guard outside Kenny Reg. 5 29" $1688

Pierce, BHS' numberone forBHS. a 1
singles player,lost despite
I Suwannee Conference winning the match's first set Scor by QuartrtBHS
63. Pierce went on to lose the '
second set 4-6 and the third set 10 .10 IS 14 SILO ZEBCO 4 '
J GAINESVILLE Coming Highland had 11 rebounds, I 4 14 13 41

j from behind late in the ball- Randy Dukes 7 with Holmes 26.In the number four singlesthe OHS-Aldridge 1-0-14, Hampton J-l- CARDINAL
game the Union County Tigers and Pringle contributing 8 Tornadoes Donna Samons 7. Carter 5-4.14 Godwin a-4-4, Walker-
junior varsity team won the each. lost, getting beat 2.6 and 6-7, 0-11. Total 31-1-". '
Tournament The Baby Tigers now havean Llv O.k-Johnun.1.1t.Btailty, 1-
Suwannee Conference while Cathy Futch of the Big
1-7 Chambers 1-0-1. Wllllami S-l-ll
65-62 over Newberryin outstanding 18.3 record Red dropped the number five Whit 1.o-a. Total, 1'13"1. REELS
J overtime here Saturday while Newberry had a 12-5 log. singles 2-6 and 1-6.

night in one of the most exciting $2199

I games of the season. 'I Reg, 31
The two teams with ll-l 'I
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ference play battled right
down to the final buzzer before
I the issued was decided. The
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I Herschel Holmes canned two ;f., SCALLOPS IN THE SHELL iBush SUPER VINYL LATEX

free throws. Newberry took a j .' a
51-48 lead into the final period, "f STANDARD Reg. 6117

but the Tigers tied the game .' $195 WALL
on a basket by Roy Highlandto : \ OYSTERS pint
send the contest into an ex- l .
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put the Tigers in front 59-58 in __. OYSTERS pint
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Pringle was the high scorer \oj Pint .
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Raymond Webb had 12 and
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I Community Newsy LEGRL LEGAL LEGAL LEGAL

NOTICE OF RECEIPT OF APPliCATION
NOTICE OF INTENTION REQUEST FOR BIDS PUBLIC NOTICE
FOR PERMIT TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME

By EHiabeth <:,iven Walker CONSTRUCT/EXPAND AIR CIty of Lawtey Is now re- The School Board of Bradford

POLLUTION SOURCETO Pursuant to Section 866.09 calving sealed bids for the purchase County. Starke, Florida. will
MARCH OF DIMES Urst Born Church of the Church of God In Christ: Florida Statutes, notice Is here- of the following: hold a Public Hearing on Proposed

Living God. Elder S.V Sunday School 9:30: a.m., WHOM IT MAY CONCERNThe by given that the undersigned 1975 Ford Police Special.460 Temporary Rules on the

Mothers March on Birth Cohens. Service activities: Morning Worship 11:30: with Florida Department of Bernard F. Huffington, Bradford cubic Inch, 4-door sedan, with terms and conditions of employ-
defects is in progress this Tuesday night Prayer Ser Minister Taylor In charge. Environmental Regulation has Park, Lot 31. Starke, Florida new tires and alternator. merit of Instructional personnel

month. Please cooperate with vice Friday night Tarrying YPWW 5p.m. Bible Band. The received an application from 32091, doing business under the This car can be seen at Marshall -. within the Bradford County
the volunteer person when she Service Sunday School 10:30: public is invited. National Protein. Inc. for a per firm name of "PASTRY SHOP," Jordan's home, SR 225E In School System, March, 1977,
calls at your door. The help of a.m., 11:30: a.m. Home Greater Allen Chapel mit to construct three additional 138 East Call, Starke, Bradford Lawtey. at 7 p.m., In the School Board .
everyone is needed for this Mission 6 p.m. Y.P.C.W. and A.M.E., Church Rev. R.G. cookers: (TYPE OF PROJECT) to County Florida 32091, Intendsto The City reserves the right to Room of the County School Administrative AUTOMOBILES USED

cause. or exchange service with Heastie, Pastor. Tuesday control odor which I is a source of register said fictitious name refuse any and all bids. Offices, 582 North .
Gainesville church. night Prayer Meeting and air pollution at S.R. 221 one under the provisions of aforesaid Sealed bids will be received Temple Starke, Florida. CAMARO 1969. 2 door,

NAACP MEETINGThe Greater Bethlehem Class Meeting Friday night mile north of Hampton (PRE- statute. through March 4, at the City Copies of these proposed food condition 321 .aJD..
monthly meeting of Freewill Baptist Church, Rev. February 19 the Nonnie CISE LOCATION), Bradford Bernard F. Hufflngton, Hall, Lawtey. Rules and Conditions may be nO original stock. Phone 964-
Bradford County NAACP will Jasper Williams pastor. Pullum Tiny Tot Choir will County Florida. owner. 2/10 3tchg 224IN obtained from the Superin 7871 or 984-4850. 2/17 Itpd

be held Monday night Weekly services as follows: have their anniversary program This application has been submitted Dated this 17th day of tendent's Office on North
February 21 at Greater Allen Monday night Tiny Tots All members are askedto by Ronald H. Salter February A.D. 1977 at Starke, THE CIRCUIT COURT ON Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida. 1972 TOYOTA Deluxe
Chapel A.M.E. Church 8 p.m. rehearse Tuesday night cooperate with this activity. (NAME OF APPLICANT) pursuant Florida. THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT This Is in compliance with coup. A/T. new tires, rnr

all members and interested Prayer Meeting was held, Sunday services will begin to Chapter 17-2 Florida 2/17 4tpd 3/10 IN AND FOR BRADFORD Florida Statutes, Chapter 73- defroster. 964-6467.In A-I 2/17 condition.Phon .

citizens are invited to attend. Wednesday night senior with Sunday School 10 a.m', Administrative Code regardingthe COUNTY, FLORIDA. 310, as enacted by the 1974 Itpd

rehearsal was held Thursday Morning Worship 11 a.m. and control of emissions which NOTICE OF INTENTION CASE NO.77-36 CA Florida Legislature. CAPRI 1974 V 16. 29,500

CHURCH NEWS night (tonight) Story Hour at II p.m. may effect the maintenance ofNational REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Thomas L. Casey, Jr. nil., tndrd traa-
God's Miracle & Dehver- the church Friday night "Night Life That Pays" the Air Quality Standards. IN REThe: Marriage of Superintendent of Schools ..I....., FM 18 track. *t*.lbelted
ence Outreach For All People Junior Choir will sell pies and Bradford County Adult Copies of the aforementioned Pursuant to Section 86609 SAMUEL O'NEAL Husbandand February 9, 1977 radial' center con

Church of God & Holiness the senior Ushers and Education Program is now application the technical Florida Statutes, notice Is here- 2/17 2tchg 224IN pole 12795 or ..*... offer.Phon .

Inc., Elder Singleton pastor. Deaconesses will sell dinners seeking applicants to fill the analysis performed by the De by given that the undersigned, MARY CAMPBELL O'NEAL, THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 9645724. 2/17 Itpd

Sunday School 10 a.m., Saturday dinners will be sold position in making a better life partment's staff and their proposed Paul H. and Irene L. Faulkner, Wife.NOTICE THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Morning Worship 11 a.m., from the kitchen, Sunday is for you. The program is decision are available for 206 South Water Street, Starke OF ACTION FORD PICK-UP 4 wheel
OF FLORIDA
IN AND FOR
Evening Worship 7:30: pastoral day, Sunday School designed to give a continuous public inspection at the Florida 32091, doing business TOMARY: CAMPBELL BRADFORD COUNTY. drive. 1967. completely rebuilt -
Monday night Prayer Band 9:30, Morning Worship 11 education to those who have following location (Is): under the firm name of O'NEAL RESIDENCE UN- CASE NO. Phone, new paint 2000.

meeting, 7.30: Thursday night a.m., Sunday School class no. not had the opportunity to "FAULKNER'S GULF," High KNOWN. IN RE The of 3/10 964-6691. 2/17 4tpd
Prayer Meeting Friday night 3 will sell dinners 12:30: attend school or receive high Florida Department of Environmental way 100 and Magnolia, LEONARD: Marriage

Bible Study 7:30: Sunday Evening Worship 6 p.m. school diplomas. There is no Regulation Gainesville Keystone Heights, day County YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an CUMMINGS, ALEXANDER Husband/-/ with 1972 FORD sir condition.VAN V-..
HYPU 5:30.Pleasant: Free Canaan True Church age limit, or skill limit. The Branch Office 4000 S.W. 36th Florida 32666, intend to register action for dissolution of Body
rough but
Petitioner, and LINDA FAYE engine I I. ,
Grove and Ml. of God In Unity Elder program offers reading, Terrace Gainesville, Ra. 32608 said fictitious name under the marriage has been filed and you CUMMINGS, Wife/ Res good; 1300. S.itrongiran nt
Moriah United Methodist. Sampson White, pastor. writing, spelling, arithmetic, provisions of aforesaid statute are required to serve a copy of Brndlord Telefnph, 135 I
Parish Rev. Willie Stitt Tuesday night Prayer and all subjects at all levels. or Paul H. and Irene L. Faulkner, your written defenses If any, to pondent.NOTICE OF SUIT Wet Call Street phone 964. I

pastor. Young Adult Choir Meeting 7:30.: Wednesdaynight This program is designed for Florida Department of envir- joint owners. it on Petitioner's attorney, NO PROPERTYTO 6o!: .TF/ctin _
rehearsal 7:30, every Tuesday Tarrying Service. 7:30: the people of Bradford Countyin onmental Regulation District Dated this 17th day of Feb whose name and address is -

night Young Junior Choir Friday night Bible Study. order for them to help Office 3426 Bills Road Jacksonville ruary. A.D. 1977 at Starke, PAUL D. NEWELL, Post Office LINDA FAYE CUMMINGS FOR SALEFIBERGLAS
rehearsal. Wednesday night Sunday School 10 a.m., themselves. For further information -, Fla 32207: Florida Box 664 Keystone Heights, 706: ,
7:30: Prayer meeting Thursday Morning Worship 11 am. concerning Adult 2/17/ 4tpd 3/10 Florida 32666. on or before Sugar Street Tif ton, SKI BOAT -

night Bible study. 7:30: Evening Worship 7:30: p.m. Education call the Bradford- Persons wishing to comment March 7th, 1977, and file the Georgia.YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat 14 Icet Rood condition, $300.
Sunday School 10 a.m., 3 p.m. Ebenezer and New Bethel Union Vo-Tech Center at.964- on any aspect of this action are NOTICE OF INTENTION original with the clerk of this Phone 473-4309. 2/17 Itpd
for Dissolution of
Lovefeast Service. Missionary Baptist Churches 6150. or Shiann Anderson at required to submit their comments REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME court either before service on an action has been
Mt. Moriah services began Rev. L.R, Davis pastor. in writing to the address Petitioners attorney or immediately Matrimony filed HEAVY DUTY TRAILER
with Prayer Meeting Tuesday Ebenezer services began 9647I56BLACK HISTORYThe above within thirty ((30)) days of Pursuant to Section 86509 thereafter; otherwisea against you and you are requiredto with hetvjr. duty tiro.. 6

night 7:30: choir rehearsal Thursday night 7:30-8.30: with publication of this notice on or Florida Statutes notice Is hereby judgment will be entered for serve a copy of your written 1/2xlS. Phone 964-7895.

Wednesday night Sunday services Prayer Meeting. Saturday. NAACP is sponsoring a before March 19 1977. given that the undersigned the relief demanded in the pe WOLBERT defenses, if any to It on J.J. 2/17 Upd8a35' _
JR. for
will begin with Sunday Feb. 19 business meeting at Black history program THE STATE OF FLORIDA DEPARTMENT Paul H. and Irene L Faulkner, Attorney
tition.WITNESS Petitioner whose address is 142
School 9:30: am. Morning 7:30: All members are OF ENVIRON South Water Street hand and seal COACHMAN
p.m. Friday Feb. 25, at 8 p.m. at 206 Starka my West Call Street P.O. Box 1066 TRAILER Ilk.. ,
Worship 11 a.m., 3 p.m. the asked to attend. Sunday Greater Allen Chapel AME MENTAL REGULATION Florida 32091, doing business of this Court on this 28th day of Starke Fonda 32091, and file, 4,500. Phone 964-6691.new 2/17
United Methodist Women will School 10 am., Morning Worship Church. Program committee 2/17 1tchg under the firm name of "PLAZA January, 1977. 4.Pd3/lO
the with the Clerk of
the
meet. Trustees of the church 11 a.m. New Bethel ser members are Edna Allen Leo LODGE MOTEL 2306 North GILBERT S. BROWN original

will meet at 4 p.m. vice will conclude with Sun DeSue, Juanita Griffin Hel- NOTICE OF SHEfllFF'S Temple Starke Bradford CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURTBY above-styled March 21 1977 Court on or before HOTPOINT REFRIGER.
otherwise
day School at 10 a.m. varine Morris, and Glennis SALE County Florida 32091, Intend to : Beulart M. MoodyAs judgment may be entered a ATOR 12 cubic feet, good
Solomon. register said fictitious name Deputy Clerk condition. ISO. Phone 964653. .
II Servicemen Notice is hereby given that I I. under the provisions of aforesaid 2/3 4tchg 224ORDINANCE against you in for the relief demanded 2/17 Itpd
the Petition
Reddish sheriff of
Dolph as statute.
LENNON COMPLETES McRAE COMPLETES IN MEMORYIn Bradford County, Florida under Paul H. and Irene L Faulkner NO.77-1 WITNESS my hand and the METAL CALF CREEP
BASICTRAINING RECRUIT TRAINING loving memory of my and] by virtue of Writ of joint owners. BRADFORD COUNTY seal of said Court on this 15th FEEDER I7S Phono 964-

Airman Levy R. Lennon II, Navy Seaman Recruit husband Rev. J.C. Cannon Execution to-wit: Dated this 17th day of FLORIDA day of February, 1977. 8498. 2/17 Itpd
who this life Feb. 18 GILBERT S. AS
son of Mr. and Mrs. Levy Patrick D. McRae son of Mr. departed Execution Issued out of Circuit February, A.D. 1977 at I Starke BROWN.
1944 to a life beyond the vail. Court of Union County Florida NOTICE OF INTENT TO CLERK OF SAID COURTBY BUSINESS building end
been
Lennon of Starke has and Mrs. John E. McRae of Florida. 2/17/ 4tpd 3/10
assigned to Keesler AFB, Route 2, Starke. has completed The sweet memories linger in pursuant to a Final Judgement CONSIDER THE ADOPTION OF -s- Beulah Moody inventory antique. lurni-
Miss., after completing Air recruit training at the my mind. No one can fill the for Doyle, E. Hazen, d/b/a Lake NOTICE OF INTENTION AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO Deputy Clerk ture, mtacellaneou. Locatedon

Force basic training. Naval Training Center, San space. I loved you but God Butler Farm Center, and against REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME THE CONTROL OF DOG BITES 2/17/ 4tchg 310IN C.ln.ivlU.301. Priced 378-8473.to cell. Phone 2/17

During the six weeks Diego. loved you best. Don Adams defendant in the OR DOGS SUSPECTED OF THE CIRCUIT COURT 2th<> 224TRAVEL
training at Lackland AFB During the eight week -Mrs. Elnora Cannon wife amount of 23886.42 togetherwith Pursuant to Section 865.09 HAVING RABIES IN BRAD EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ----
the costs of collection. Florida Statutes, notice is here- FORD COUNTY FLORIDA.TO .
Tex., Lennon studied Air training cycle McRae studied FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRAD- TRAILER 24'
Force mission, organizationand general military subjects designed CARD OF THANKS Have seized and have In my by given that the undersigned FORD COUNTY Prowler like new,eleepi ill,
customs and received to prepare him for Words cannot adequately possession the following described Lawrence and Thelma : ALL CITIZENS TAX. CIVIL ACTIONIn and 1972 Satellite Plymouth
special instruction in human further academic and on- the express our deep appreciation personal property to-wit: Dorrough, Route 2, Box 124-B PAYERS AND OTHER INTERESTED wagon trailer hitch with
relations. job training. for the many acts of kindness 2 Barns of baled hay located Starke, Florida 32091 doing PERSONS. way b.re.350 cubic engine,
Airman Leiyion will now receive McRae shown to us during our recent approximately 1 mile south of business under the firm name of YOU AND EACH OF YOU are re: "Che Marriage of FRANCIS complete with tr..I......
joined the Navy in P. DANIELS
specialized training in October 1976.COVINGTON. bereavement. For food Union County line and 3 miles "DORO-CRAFTS" on SR 100 hereby and herewith given husband and cooler hi proeraro .bo....,
BARBARA F.
the administrative field. flowers, cards and prayers, east of State Road 231 at old near 21B, Starke Bradford notice in accordance with Sec. DANIELS wife ready Phone to 9645044 roll. Both 2/17$6,995

Lennon is a 1973 graduate of we are deeply grateful. May Paul Emory place In Bradford County Florida 32091, Intend to tion 125.66, FlorIda Statutes that CASE No. ..!!.! Itpd

Bradford High School and has COMPLETES God ever Bless you all. County. Florida.As register said fictitious name the Board of County Commissioners YARD SALE MOVING:'

studied at Western Carolina ACADEMY COURSE -The Family of the late the property of the above under the provisions of aforesaid of Bradford County, NOTICE OF SUIT MUST SELL hand

University in Cullowhee N.C. Specialist Four Mrs. Etta Hendrieth named defendant and that on statute Florida, at a regular meeting to NO PROPERTYTO tool.. garden tool., dlahe.,
Army Jr. Monday the 14th day of March Lawrence and Thelma be held at 9-30 A.M. in the ceramic, drape. clothing
C.
Johnnie Covington ,
LANE ASSIGNEDTO 1977 twelve o'clock Noon on Dorrough joint owners. County Commission Meeting sewIng. item, and other
DIVISON IN GERMANY whose parents live in Starke Teal ElectricElectric said day on the premises as described Dated this 17th day of Room, Bradford County Courthouse : FRANCIS P. DANIELS miacellaneou Items. Fridayand
Private Jimmie M. graduated Jan. 19 from the
Army above I will offer for sale February, A.D. 1977 at Starke, Starke, Florida, on Mon Saturday Feb. 18 and
of Mrs. Hattie M. U.S. Noncommisioned 225 between 229 and
Lane son Army YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat 19.
on
Work At It's Best and sell to the highest bidder for Florida. day, March 7, 1977,will considerthe
Loggins Route 3, Starke Officer Academy in Erlangen, an action for dissolution of SR 100. R.E. Hildebrand.
cash in hand the above described 2/17 4tpd 310NOTICE adoption of an ordinance relating -
recently was assigned to the Germany. marriage has been filed againstyou 2Il7iIpd-
of said defendant to
property :
1st Armored Division in Spec. Covington. a ground 139 E. Call 964-7423 to satisfy the aforesaid OF INTENTIONTO AN ORDINANCE RELATINGTO Francis P. Daniels and you GARAGE SALE 710 MeMahon -

Erlangen Germany.Pvt. surveillance radar operator in Starke, Fla. TFN Execution. REGISTER THE CONTROL OF DOG and required to serve a copy of Street Saturday

Lane is a mortar crew Combat Support Company Dolph E. Reddish, Sheriff FICTITIOUS NAME BITES OR DOGS SUSPECTEDOF your written defenses, if any to Feb. 19 9 am. to 2_ p.m.
man with Combat Support 2nd Battalion, 37th Armor and it. on the plaintiff's attorney 2/17_!Itpd_
Bradford County Florida HAVING RABIES: PRO-
FOR SALE All kind el
Company 1st Battalion of thedivision's of the 1st Armored Division and Pursuant to Section 86509 VIDING DEFINITIONS PROVI- whose name and address is, GIANT GARAGE SALE -
tatlonerjr note at ;
35th Armor. entered the Army in June The Office Shop phone paper 964. 2/17 4thcg 3/10 Florida Statutes notice Is here- DING FOR THE CONFINEMENTOF DUDLEY P. HARDY, Esq, P.O. moving everything mUtt go.
Lane entered the in and is 1975 graduate of Furniture, dlehe. tool. and
1975 a
Army 5764. by given that the undersigned. SUCH_ DOGS_ : PROVIDING_ Drawer 1030, Starke Florida
October 1976. Bradford High-! School. Paul H. and Irene L. Faulkner. THAT THIS ORDINANCE u. IS TO 32091 and file the original with appliance Friday only. 525 Thursday Weal Pratt.and

206 South Water Street, Starke BE LIBERALLY CONSTRUED, the clerk of the above style courton 2/17ltch
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4-lIlIorse Clinic Florida 32091, doing business PROVIDING A SEVERABIUTY or before March 9. 1977: _

Set Saturday under the firm name of CLAUSE; AND PROVIDING AN otherwise a judgement may be GELDING:' gentle, .with
"FAULKNER REALTY," 126 EFFECTIVE DATE. entered against you for the relief! addle and bridle SI25.
Saturday Feb. 19. there will South Water Street, Starke YOU ARE FURTHER GIVEN demanded in the complaint or Phone 7823660.

be a 4-H Horse Health Clinic. Bradford County, Florida 32091, NOTICE that a copy of said proposed petition. --------.
Dr. Jim Pennington will be TOP S4)II.. FiLl. DIRT 6
intend to register said fictitious ordinance B available for WITNESS my hand and the
In the Theressa Starke and name under the provisions of seal of said Court on February 1, day per week: dOlor work
your inspection at the office of and dragline work. Phone
Brooker areas. Special rates aforesaid statute. the Clerk of the Circuit Court 1977. .
BOXESART 46H 1873 Star Route.
will be given to those who SPaul H. and 1 Irene L. Faulkner Bradford County Courthouse GILBERT S. BROWN As Clerkof Hampton STKPH: t'O::'
F\lE\ their horses this
bring on day. the Circuit Court
joint owners. Starke. Florida. SMITH! 'LASII'II.l..: : .:...CIIG.
Dr. will be at -
Pennington Dated this 17th day of EACH AND EVERY PERSON BY: Beulah M. Moody. As
MOTOR
the intersection of Roads 18 HOME 1972
February, A.D. 1977 at Starke. having any interest whatever in Deputy Clerk
Open Road
Chevy chassis
and 100 in Theressa at 8:45: Florida .
He will be at the the enactment of this proposed 22 feet long good condition
a m Roping 2/3 2/24
2/174tpd 3/10 4tchg 22.
ordinance should appear and be 000 mile! .. Phone 96.41071'or
Club Arena in Starke at 10:15 .
:
a.m. At 1::45 p.m., he will be at heard at the time and place Too Late -9-4 7839.--.-TF-l.bS-.-....
herein
the State Farmers Market in prescribed. COUCH AMI CHAIR SALE
BOARD OF COUNTY COM-- To ClassifyHOMES
STEEL METAL BOXES Brooker. $16991 up. llahmer'n
This clinic is 4-H sponsored. MISSIONERS FOR SALE! Di.count. 2/3 'fF/'hs

but anyone who owns a horseis BRADFORD COUNTY, MOBILE HOME 1971 --- ----- --
FLORIDA
invited to bring it to the area i' Klnf..ood,2 BR. Phon 468 FOR SALE Diamond
Half Price that is most convenient. BY: Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk 1763. 2/17 Itpd needle for any stereo, over
Iteha 2/17 '
U you have any questions, 217 different onei, we have
them all. Dihmer'.
contact Lowell
please
SALEMarkers Parrish, Extension 4-H agent, IMecount.TF/chg_ _

at 964-6554 SWIMMING: POOL SAC
EARN and LEARNThe RIFICEleading nanulnc-

1j- $995 SWAMlIjr.1EPAIITt w turer. and aluminum dUlributor pool baa leftover dalux .

from 1976 lemon, 1/2
F40 Check Files : ..! Starke unit of the Florida National Guard price. guaranteed i-
They look -\Yl.\ has tilUtlon and term. Phone
otolilie .";' iJ-I6f been reorganized and is now authorized to collect |19041| 3843156.TFChjJ20 .

StationeryRoger's anti with wingiC .. : "''';'( ." accept additional applications for memb. Jiip. : _

We are accepting both prior servicemen and
MORTGAGE NOTE FOR
Multifile GET HELP women and a limited number who have not yet SALE Valued nt $5,000

been in the service. with return ol $7,500. Phone
Systems I F4f4iI.. "4-t74V_]I 9645606. TF/Chg

Broken Boxes Of c-J. : 10 1 IDA WATSON'S HOUSE" OF
". I Serve with buddies. Earn VACUUMS Many brand
Th.1 IS, your a good BUCK
lables ol new vacuum UiedmachlBM
Avery
70 AND LEARN skiDs one weekend a month. THE available. Expert

_- $9 Typewriter Cases \_ 'CONTROL GUARD BELONGS, MA YBE YOU BELONG IN ..p.I..1I make. .. Part and
F.930 "Men do not faults acceaeorle. for all vacuum
,.....'. @h..i.aI S. suspect THE GUARD. As a member you will not only do Built-in central! vacuum

Minus Typewriter -5 re.l I.i,......I II.t r..... which they do not commit. something worthwhile and enjoyable, but you cleaning .,.t..*. 404 NW
__ Samuel Johnson will receive good pay plus FRINGE BENEFITS 10th Avenue, Gainesville
$1175 1 1 Columnar Pads PROMOTIONS. For additional information Phone 3767110.* Tr/cbg

lean visit SPEED EQUIPMENT FOR
Assorted Sizes EARN '1,000 A MONTH or : SALE 10 percent above
....t. Olln'e Mobile) Homo
Service.' Highway IOOW,
631st St...... Phone 964-5606.
Within 90 Days, Raising Earthworms For Us TF/Cfc

Under Contract. 3,000 Total Investment CATTLE RACK '.r short
wheelbase pickup.. (33.Phono .
When You Need Office Supplies Call 964-5764 MAINTENANCECOMPANY
782.384O.IF/4j ,
Required For Original/ Inventory of V Million ALUMINUM WINDOWS -

Worms 10- 3x8 Beds Etc. Single hung and awning.36
Bedding
C 8 8.50, 30 x 27 -
The SU.50,18.52| 115.50,46
Only 5 Openings Available. a 52 $27 Mi MANY


Call/ Today For An Appointment '5'): \, "0"0"00-' ....a... -co OTHER CENTER.SIZES.301 South BARGAIN tlth.

FOR SALE
Mobil Home

Office Shop SOUTHERN BAIT AND ECOLOGY MOBILE Part and HOME*nppn**.SALES OLIN'S

720 Edwards Rd. Highway. 100 West 8t......
((904)787-2340) P.4'5600.Tt/chg. _

GUNS FOR SALE 12',
110 West Call Street 1206 W. Main St. Leesburg, Fla. 32748 Phone 964-5320 2S'*, and Ja'. .... at D.k-
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Aim anchoring mobile home and mobile hurricane In my DO home BABYSITTING, 5 days a LOST AND FOUNDEYE Real Estate Lillian C. / j I /I'muillc/pt

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home any age, 645 North
root eo.ting. OUV. CARRADINESGuaranteed NEW LISTINGS Real Estate ,
Mobile Horn Service Phone | Str..'. 1/13 TF/Cha GLASSES FOUND -
964-5606. Highway 1UUW ) !! left on green truck Feb. 5 la quality, 1 acre mobile homo lot. I REALTY
St..... tIChgSWIMMING REPAIRS Any Shopping Center. Gray lineal election, High and dry. 2500. Neat frame 2 BR
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--- ----- remodeling roofs, new frame reaembla DuPont lowed prlcea - town Central air. $ .
POOLS D.. ..., concrete work, or aalety .1...... Phone Bradford anywhere.JUSTINWRANGLER. 21 acre. 1320 feet of - G D
hne above ground ... .. Free e.tlmatea, County Telagraph,9646305. good high land on paved 2 BR aluminum
owe .od eteel pool 131. 9646127. 11/18 .___ road oaks. and pine.. home with separate
repoa.e.aed by bank )'Will / (38,900 owner financing. In country. 7 .
sacrifice, Having ol We wintyourboot - mortgage, 15000.
$2,000 WANTED
or ANONY bualne.
more. Phone collect 3 BR block boom, built to - -
19041.
398-5103 day. Successful living We need your boot FHA standards, 2 acre.. 8.7 acre.. $15,500. REAL ESTATE
or .
evening. people who want to SEWING MACHINE Zlgxag bu.mee.
1/13 (24,400.12x65 - -
TFrhgHOMESFOR ; drinking and STAY blind hem atlteh. Phone We will get your boot 10 ..r... 13900. gives you a great deal of
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Meeting Thursday 9844250.,2/17 Itpd bu.ineB even if It mobile horn, Immaculate - the tried and proven
SALE Sunday 8 p.m. Phone coati u. money. 10 urea facing SR through pri
, 9645434. RESIDENTIAL SITE for central heat and
Street.or 114 swimming pool. Leading" die 1977 ..tyle.r air, washer and dryer on Wilson Road ,
4 BEDROOM HOME on 3 I/1312tpd truutor ...ot. a nice .backyard In, with high dry one acre lot. - home, now is the time
acrea with 2 rental mobile ___ to display new 1977 more to com. 1 r 16700. 36.35 acre.,301 N,f for the future. Mort
home -. all lor (35,000. E E HOME model of above ground pool. - - Down payments are at a
Some owner lioanclng. OR top conalderatlon given for Sampson Lake High LAWTEY i as it will ever
Phone 964-8253 after 4 DONE?. For prune location. Phone collect dry, wooded lot. Doubt 2 commercial
2/3 TF/Chg p.m. ....., remodeled [(904)| 398-5874 days or. CARRADIoE'oLEATIIER ] that t her ell another lOlL 5.acre.. SR 225E. $ .

---- ., bathe, addition)., neallllr.. 1/27 TF/Chg l 5600. 10 .er.112.500.- us offer advice on wise
3BFDROOM .lIe., or enclosed -- p.diime book"keeping ;; - is assisting the
BRICK HOME Will do 20 acre. 2 Mil
., call Marcus Grifiii, / 1 to 137 acre off SR 100 __
2 bath CH A A/C, acre In your office or my iwteyllorldaj hog barn with .
lot, I mile from Starke.. 8.illn/chg__ .. __ home. Two year college 1 mUe south on south. from (1.100/acr water and concrete :I block home on large,
Highway 230 E. Carpet accounting, 18 experience U.S.301 Owner financing.- farrowing" $
cmtorn PAY to ISO ...h year pig. Back portion of lot could
drapee, appliance.. up In the generalledger (or 30 acres for $ ) as a garden.
.
old Thornton' Sal a.'ed!
F1IA approved. $29,500. can profit and loa.itatementa 5 to 220 acre. north of - !!
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Phone 964-6930. 2/3 TF/Chl / Phone 964243. 1/20 payroll rate Lawtey from 1300acre. 19.8 acre with nice custom decorated brick

and federal tax*.. Have re Owner financing. home. 150000. property, with all the
Mobile
Home
4 YEAR OLD BRICK ELECTRIC CO.. ference. Phone 9644244 - - __
HOME 3 BR. 2 bath carpet residential commercial after. .!._m. 1/27 4tchg 2/17 Beautiful. reitrlcted building 29 acre. $33.500.
utility room CH/A. 4 Phone 431-1200 WANTED Used- refrigerator. LOTS$95Down lots near Country Club - Boy's and Wishbone
miles north of Sterke oil 301. 2/3 4tpd 2/24 ., ....h.... and from (3,300. Owner Beautiful farm 51.8 Perfect for home and
29,000. Phone 9644915. 2/3 stoves in good condition.Call financing. on 301. Brick horn I
TF/Chg YOU NEED Septic Dahmer'a Dl.count, 964-. Phone - 1,529 square feet 3 --

pumping installing or 7923._TF/chg _____ .681551T.chg WE HAVE OTHERS! B. CH&A 2 : Invest and restore one
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SOUTHERN PINE 4 BR- line? Rea.enable. I Need hou.... All .1..., barn fenced and be the envy of those

1 1/2 bath on 1/2 block In 310'M 431-1202 after 2:30: IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A PART-TIME JOB: chaps., age, condition lure 195400. !
Lake TF/Chg and location - -
Butler 2.661 square Buyer.waiting --
feet. t40.0<>0. Phone Ray COVENTRY JEW ASSOCIATESLola either commercial or
Zlpperer "-
Powell,496-2261 or 496-3861. Sale opportunity Here a few tip. on what to look fort -- -- -- -- -- 782-33U7) :2-story home with CH-A.
2/10 4tchg j/3 Erma Johns,964-5483 or CALL RALPH BRYAN --
2 ACRES: AMI! -MOIIILK- Beulle, 372......... 1.1 You should receive least (900 rr. year to.tart. Realtor Lillian a proud homeowner in

IIOMK: Double-wide. 21 a TF/chg 2. You .hould be told month. In ai vance the date and time 961-8788, ,anytime Lawtey .. new home.

lift. 4 bedroom, 2 bath, you will work. for this part-time >mpk>yer. E Art oatray 7112.3R064iD --
(CII/A in l.awtrv on !SR 2'<>. !,; CALLING To buy 3. You should work only one .... end per month and two Associate Estates. Most
fuel oil l'o! :illl $17.01)1) ..11 Avon call 753-2807 or week. each summer and he should buy all your meal. during /
; > 473.2039
(
Contact M.M. Jordan phone ) Loma Cly.tt. P.O. Box work. period. Ut i'0f this has all the

78 23220B n'/t'hl( Lake City, Florida t. You .hould receive regular promotion with pay ral.! .. tor build this much house
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----------- __.__ vour length of employment
NEARLY. !NEW IM/PLEX r 0. You .hould be paid at an hourly rate of no lean than (3.61 Flo land Realty --

65' X 28' brick centralair greenware, 11. lour part-tone job must not Interfere with another full 393 North Temple 10 acres In 3 BR block
,carpet range and ref rig. ., firing. Highway 301 time job or your civilian education. Registered
er.lor.louted 639 Epperson 2 1/2 mile from 7, You should receive additional education at the expense ol Small bv.ine. for ..Ie. Estate: Broker __

Street. Lot 93' X 185', : ) .... Phone 904-6918. your part-tlme employer that ..ill.ld you in civilian life.H. reasonable. home with CH-A, 3 B R,
$32300.phone 964-7574.. 2/3 2tpd 2/24 You should be given (300 worth of clothing for wear. duringthe - Fred Suckett: :I large.
TF/fhg period you work on your part-time job and .. it wears Small acreage with hou... Broker --
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made
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nut he.hould r.pl..lt.t no extra cost and without hou... la U.S.30I homes"under
!NEW HOME 3 BR, 2 Mobil. Homee. 50 cent for
9 You .hould be covered by (20,000 worth of life insurance. country
bath carpet air/heat Highway 100 Starke 10. You should Hampton Fla.
receive a retirement plan that will a.sure you - -
corner lot, by school In Ke,. ; 964-5606.:....TF/chg'-! a check. each month after t..eot".r.ol part-time" employment 2 and 3 BR ho..... In sky Phone" --
alone. Phone Woodrow Cox at the age of aixty, ; - advertise. Come in
at...47j-493K? :--2L{ ? g EXTRA INCOME!! 4 Building Iota in.jity.Acre .. Ifnchg it, we'll find it I
/ .. tufting eon NOW" It you would like* part-time-employer whowQImeet I r ..t.---- 10.7OeOeoe
1969 PARKWOOD MOBILE .* proven -". *D of the above requirements and U you're In good build lag dot with- ia T. Terwi/legar/ -=
HOME 2 BR. excellent .. Free eupplieel! "e.lth. male or female, between the age of 17.35. call Fred. ...... to Hampton Lake. West Madison AvenugStarke
condition. Phone 9 47044.l stamped addressed en Eaton at ((9041 5332268. Cash to mtg. mo. pay

_!!:/.(- __. Progr.Mlve En- 5813. Florida
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*. 1130 Third FLORIDA NATIONAL
!! GUARD - PHONE 964.7776
TWO STORY HOME 3 1506A. Oakland Builn. property on 301 '
BR.3 bath 6 month. old oot .94606.:-2/17. ..Itpd Equal Opportunity Employer vacant land and also ROBERTS PHONE 964.5145

quit. llnlnihed 1 acre, SAW SHOP ('om- going bulin...... f MSIIIKE.
16500. Phone 964-862S. sharpening service, - tu mm
2/17 Itpd II you are thinking of "*North Temple, Ave.STARKE.
mower, hand. blade carbide hollow, Gmp.kemlve. 1.I.p. K.i Trild, | Alt selling or buying property FLORID* THOMAS

and balanced. Leave phone 96".7700let u. 77ar u.::!
HELP WANTED :
... Building Supply, Job Openings talk with you.Verde t.'J REALTY
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DREAMS BIGGER: THAN1OIR or Keystone Height P. OdomRegistered 621 :North M alnut !St.
PAICIItCK? Wantto / 1. (Lineman. !ottar..... Florida 32091
Real .
establlnh that second Income PUPPIES mixed 2. Mechanic Helper. Estate 964 6IA2
Broker 3BR LR. DR. Lg.
(formerly AJ'Fhomea
8
? If you have six or part abepherd 964-7700
3. Clerk Typist. Room Fireplace Red E.tate:
eight hours a week to spare ..* old. Phon 9645565. 9643476Pearl. |
f acre with barn,
I'll show von how. Kor Interview 2n7_Itpd 4. Maintenance person. Andrews ., area, arms. Hampton Lake 90'.190'fenced
write '
P O. Box US,
Lake City, Florida 32055. 5. Interviewing Clerk. Associate - lot north chore, 120'
dock with mobile home.
'j/ Li'P: J lL.INTERVIEWER___ To Qualify You Must Be: 964-773 Country lot. Club very Estates.. I! - -

: WANTED Lovely frame house on one
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lor part-time telephone our- GO GUARDThe State Road 100-A.
1)] A Bradford County Resident. STROUT Three bedrooms, 2 acre
work. Not a aelllng /job.
vey (. REALTY INC brick, large living - -
Give phone number. Must, 2)) Unemployed or underemployed. ... 9645196In family room .. .. Nearly new home large
have private in.. 1\I.llleu.r 3)] Economically Disadvantaged. chen patio/porch .. living room with central
Including education work Stark nearcenter of back. heat and air .n 15 acrea.Lawtey .
experience and namea ol reference Army National GuardIs town. 9 room house with - area.
to: Arbitron. Field Florida Stilt EiikUyrMirtM plenty of land. 28000. Connerly E.t.te.: SR - -
Operation. 4320 Amine - mi. from town .. Two 100' lots on Crosby
dale Road Belt.vllle Maryland W. Call St. *04-"MOS "H.uee"about an excellent brick home. 3BK. 2R Lake. Financing available.
20705.n alllrmatlve Accenting. mall abode with 4 rooms Lg. family room - -
action employer !M/F 2/17 plus a utility room, com kitchen central air Ai ) 150' lot on 301 ,South" in
3tpd3/3 -----------, plet.ly furnished city limits some linancing.
,, _:!' __ ___ __ right Paved drive
Before down to silverware ..ndut..lh7 : --- -- -- -
REGISTERED M'RSES SCHOOLSENIORS Well Drilling Neat young New blk.- home- In- 5 acrea on 100.A, near city
HIGH
North...' Florida State dwelling offer paneling limit..
You Buy A :'inii. 2H. I lit. ( /\\
Hospital Macclenny, 2" thru 6" carpeting. Insulated large garage, quid - -
'
Florida. R.N I, II. or III double carport tool abed corner lot I05'.105 lot, ready to
monthly salary $NOI-I05. I Fast Rotary I Mobile Lovely view. 127,500. build near .chool.
$92911241 la- - - -
(14141114.( 2 frami
Drilling Equipment Man
elude. night hift dJIcrence. Farmetle.ia room house Property on 3111) north and
Home tow n.one nf the older
with .kitchen, bath oouth.
Salary based on training and STATE LICENSED with plenty nl living
experience. State career specious porch *. 4 1/2 - -
aervlce benefit.. Contact .er.... r'. Delano Thomas.
See $23,0000.- Several .
I Real Estate: Broker
259-6211 Reg.
Nur.lng 190"1| | exlenilon Pumps 301. .
.16* 6SU? MJ.JUfJ'on'Ilt ;
101 An equal opportunity STROUT REALTY
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employer 2/17 NOWCALL John Broker
3 Bit 1 bath,
2tchfJ/24! New & UsedSalesPartsServicej I On 100 South 1 1/. Mil '..onstrurtion LR. .. ,\"! :":
I 473 3775 From Intersection ol 301 doom in town. Judith Flynn
FEMALE COMPANION to and 100 South tits4iismHarold
elderly lady. Light dutlei I If acrea pasture \:ppsVti'4
room board and salary, II". I E-Z TermsPlumbing I reasonably priced ; .tblS
In preferred. Phone 9647571. I II SR 16, N." 01 to..o.'er !Steve !Simmons

2/17. .ItpdLONGCHAMP__ I L. K. Edwards III & Assoc. - HH4-SX11
\ nice large Arthur Bruno
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NOW SERVING YOU IH THE house on eo..erlot in UI/.1572

I New Installation I II TRI-COUNTY AREA [H] I' 3BR r.r.,.2.bathe C/H&A

JOHN WAYNE Starke Office964.5065964.5142- :... _
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Home Building ,.".,", [
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Material.WEB11LD. Remodeling acre tract high
I 'I on paved road Cas-Oil

-- area. Term.. I
I Repairs' Melrose -Office 475-1269 -- _
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Your Lot Or Ours" Keystone Office 473-2663 1-3-6 acre .. .

-FREE ESTIMATES ,Durrancv: Williston Office 528-3574 mile. VW. ol Sake. I 1 And Furnace...
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RemodeingRrpaira Addition. !PUMPS & SUPPLY! :New home In Southgat.FHA or VA financing.Low down Frame house In .. Serviced Regularly.

payment. bedroom. LR. Kit...
Hn..ht- 9645320Bradford
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Sold-Traded I COMPANY I II Very reasonable.- 2 17.
I I I, Beautiful brick 4 BR 2 1/2 B on 3 acre. This ran also be
3/3 ChlJ
ACREAGE FOR SALE I 864 N. Temple Ave. I II bought with 5ft acre. King. ., Lake .
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96448MHUH. mobile home.Frame .
I I Starke II 10 acre with 3 BR. 1 B home with aluminum aiding.
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Home Owners I Equipped: with remodeled kitchen replace.{ Good term..
XI Suutlt,Stark beau In town
I 964-7061 - -
L- bedroom. 2 bath Maintenance
d _________" 5 ..r.., laned agriculture. 1200 down. 2 .
room car
Prevent Trouble Before It Starts - storage area .

fit sIl6 l a MOBILE HOME Cell or come.. .. today II you are ready to buy er .11. Street. Leaks & Repairs
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PARK Susan Bskkett. AMOCUU. 2 story frame
DurockFeeder Septic Tank $ JAOO Irene Faulkner Associate STARKEBRANCH: town 4 h.d....., Service

Pigs Also Imide. CIty UmIta Paul Fsulkeer. Aasoclat Zotl S.Water Bt. room dining room 2 RESIDENTIAL
Pump Outs Walk to Bradford Stark.,Fla. 2091 pl...., 2 bathe, ...
Sows & Boar Or Downtown Squirt sladlee. .r Street, ....... ;

AppaloosaMare -.-.-
Reg. *30 Per Month
BradfordSeptic BRAStNGTONfeteaAServtr
Vita F rn-VH
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AH City Convenience.Fto.PnUc CediIIae-ow-.o. .- LAKE BUTLER 3BR Insured 1

& Foal *Protection. E82yme- Miami LR..10.0 DR. large f.
: Tank Svrvici. City Ga*.Water and.Sewer .Selection OfUudCanTbkmO room, all palled ). Phone 414.4119
PIBN 461191'Call (ORAL! urn GEORGE ROBERT! Phone ....41'4

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;: I Tigers Lose Hearing Set

: In Finals.... I- For SportsmenLocal nt r ly.Yn-
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(From + 1
Page IB) 4
sportsmen and other ,
The Panthers out reboundedthe interested citizens will havean ,I yt AY J,
Tigers 45 23. Perry had w
fit
opportunity to discuss the
Filer six and White five ,
seven
future management of the
to lead the Tigers In the re fr frr state's wildlife resources at a
bound department public hearing to be held by
Thomas said
we Justcouldn't the Game and Fresh Water M
hit the
against Fish Commission. :
Panthers and that was the be
A hearing will held at
story of the game.U.N.SSlrmonMTt. .
Ixr Gainesville February 17 at the
It. P rry.l-4
t, Molm.iI.0.4, fun..1. I.WhIM 4. County Commission meetingroom.
.
4II.. Tatala" 14 11 4>.
N.H.I..Martin I-11, Smith 11-1. IS. The hearing will begin at
Manual. i .4, Haynaa 3-7-11 I ,Scan. 7:30: p.m. and will allow for

1-U.Totiltll.M-94.Perry', Filer, and White open discussion of a variety of .
...
were selected to the all outdoor related matters.All .
tournament team. i citizens with an interestin :
Other tournament team I Florida's wildlife resourcesare ''
xr
selections as voted by the gt urged to attend the '{
coaches! include: Ernest hearing.

Powell, Chiefland; Frank } ,;1tr.
VanAernan Cross City; 1 .
Tracy Fitz and Nat Hellstrom, Y 1 Baby Tigers :t ....

P.K. Yonge; Dolan Douglasand -_. -............' --- .....-. ..Att 1
Dowdell Carey Beat Hilliard 'r:::. ;< '
Hawthorne; Abe Smith andFreddie "" r '
,. Scott Newberry.Tornado Deer Finds N Home In ForestJudge Leading all the way Union .... t'1j.

Ellie Sanders and Sgt. James Doxey. of the Florida Baby Tigers easily defeated .. .. I ;0
County ...
Game and Fresh Water Commission, release a buck deer In the the Hilliard Baby Red \Ir. 'A.... ___........ _. T ',,", .

Netters Kalford range, north of Lawtey on the grounds of Florida State Flashes 64 38 in a game Police standards graduates at banquet Thursday night were: Roquet Leslie Carlton. Fred Carver, Calvin Cone Paul Slegall.
Prison. The deer Is one of about 20 in a 16 county region that are played Tuesday night in Lake Kneeling (I-r) Vince Roberts, Riley Rhoden, David Ward Tells Mercer, and Sammy Norman.
Lose First 2 released yearly to re-stock an area The "penalty deer" are Butler. James Carver, Roy Wetland. Not shown Nancl Swlnney Gary. Rupert, Walter
The BHS netters started the bought from fines levied for the taking of illegal I ga me which can Led by the shooting/ of Standing-Mike Gentile Bob Milner Frankle Johnson Kim Gemelnhardt. Danny Gill Alan Baxter,
range up to $1.000<< but are generally $200. The "penalty deer" Leandrew Pringle and Her-
season off on the wrong foot are trapped In the Cape Canaveral area that Is overpopulatedand Holmes the '

last losing Thursday to the Orange afternoon Park, released In other areas in the state. schel managed of to the coast to their. Tigers 19th 20 Complete Police Standards CourseThe
victory season.
Raiders 5-2 in Orange Park. ... -
Nevertheless, the Tornadoes The Baby Tigersstarted
got off to a good startin 20 Students Participate fast and moved to a 14 -5 first 20 members of the 1976- Seven ot the students are pre-- Gainesville police officer. Three students received
the number one singles, as quarter lead. They Increasedthe 77 Police Standards Class of sently employed either as full- Class President Paul Stegallof awards for perfect attendance
John Samons whipped the In Special Olympics Program margin to33.11 at the half the Bradford-Union Voca- time or part-time officers by Starke welcomed the throughout the 16 week
Raiders' Glenn Forhan. and had a 51 -25 margin at the tional Technical Center held their sponsoring agencies: graduates and guests and course: Leslie Carlton. Teila
winning the first set narrowly long jump a 220 relay and a three quarter mark. graduation ceremonies Alan Baxter and Bob Milner, introduced Sgt. Vanover and Mercer, and Paul Stegall all
7.6 and the second 64. Twenty students partici- 440 relay for 12.13 Pringle was the high scorer Thursday February 10, 1977 Starke Police Department; Mr. Brown as guest speakers. of Starke. Stegall also
Samons' victory marked the pated in the Bradford County and girls for girls; 1415.Participants ages for the Tigers with 18, while at the Starke Golf and Country James Carver, Baker County Class Vice-President Bob achieved highest academic
Special Olympics that were Holmes had 12. Milner also in the class.
Club. of Starke
first time in two years that a in the Olym- Sheriff's Office; Frankie gave average
held Feb. 10 at the Bradford Joe Walker was the big man the invocation and introduced Although the class
in-
Big Red player had won a track. pics were Mary Burton Gary Fifty-eight persons, Johnson, Green Cove Springs was
number one singles match. High School Carter, Melissa Corbett, Kim for the Baby Red Flashes with cluding students, instructors Police Department; Roy sponsors and guests. Two representative of several
Bradford High's downfall Events were a softball Ronald Davis Nor- 12 markers and Aldean and guests enjoyed a steak Weiland, Clay County sponsors, Chief Joel Moody of counties and departments all
started in the number two throw, a 50 yard dash a 440 Cruger man Dague Judy Elmore Hodges had 10. supper prepared by club pro Sheriff's Office; Kim Roquetand Green Cove Springs Police the students seemed to agreeon
singles match. Kenny relay for boys the standing Ruby Elmore Ronnie Hilliard out rebounded the Herb Herres and crew. Riley Rhoden, Macclenny Department and Chief Jimmy one point: happiness that
Rodrique of the Big Red got Frazier Lavearne McDuffie Tigers 49 43. The banquet culminated a Police Department. Hill of Palatka Police Department the class was over. The
crushed 1-6 and 2-6 in his confrontation Dewey Morris, Felecia Holmes and Roy Highlandwere 16 week course of study for the "Twenty-five students were present as graduates receive 12 hours of
with Mark Hollar Nichols, Cathy Perry Sheria the leading reboundersfor students as required by the began this class on October 26, were instructors George college credit for the class
getting the win."Rodrique w Tyson Terry Thompson the Tigers with six rebounds Florida Commission on Police 1976 with only 20 graduating Tomasovitch Starke Police transferrable to most colleges
is capable of : Bobby Williams Esther apiece.. Officer Standards and here tonight" remarked Department and'John offering criminal justice or
playing much better tennis," Williams. Willie Wright, The Tigers now have a 19.3 Training.The class consists of Millard C. Brown Adult Dempsey Bradford County criminology programs.
said Mike Sexton, BHS tennis Charles Woods, and Joe log with a game remaining on 320 hours in 82 different Education Director for the Vo- Sheriff's Office.
coach. Woods. Friday night with the Brad- courses, all designed to help Tech., as he awarded the
The number three singlessaw The District Special ford High Tornadoes in the peace officer understandand students their certificates
BUS lose again with Olympics will be held April 16 Starke. perform his many and "If you can't sacrifice your
Steve Griffis absorbing the in Ocala. Hilliard now has a 15 4 varied duties. It is required by time and desires to serve the
loss on scores of 4-6 and 1-6 to record.U.C. the State of Florida for all public, you don't belong in .kw:
the Raiders' James Popp. yFt9 .-Nolmu'-.-q,Prlngl...1. l' Law Enforcement Officers. police work," Brown said referring t
Chub Johnson freshman R.. Webb.. -0.4,Highland' 3.0.4.. Cuk.I .., Each student must be to the longevity of the
1- Raad -ITlmmon. 2.0.4
sponsored by a Law Enforce- class which met four hours
helped the Tornadoes cut the HICK.I.' 1.Albnlton' .0.4.J. Webb.
losing streak, as he won in the Terry Thompson tried his .04. .31.4.44. ment organization to attend per night, five nights a weekMondayJo'riday
.
number three Milliard McKlnnon 1-1.4. Hodgt 4 the class with most of the ( ) from October -
singles 4-6, 6.2 arm in the softball throw JL 1 10W.Ik.r 11 11, ... W.bb I. I .J,
and Alan students seeking careers in. to February. Students
6-3 over Vogt. How..?.. 1-3-1, Malhlt. 0. .. Totals
"This was Johnson's first 14 10. 30. the criminal justice system attending represented five
varsity competition and he is upon graduation of the class. counties of this geographicalarea
only going to get better and : Baker, Bradford Clay, I Liquid Chicken
better," said Coach Sexton. Student Conduct To Be Topic Madison, and Putnam.
Orange Park High's James Guest speaker for the
Drake got the Raiders back on Of Parent Advisory Committees banquet was Sgt. Al Vanover, FertilizerDelivered
the track with a 6-1 and 6.2 a former training specialistand
victory in the number five The first meeting of the Jockel said, "We want, need, presently a patrol super-
singles over Terry Carver. Parent Advisory Committeegot and encourage the public to visor with the Gainesville & Spread For You
The Raiders kept up their I r off to a slow start last come to these meetings so we Police Department. Sgt.
fine play in the doubles month but the subject this may gain the feeling of the Vanover was class instructorfor
competition, winning both the month student conduct, may' people." the Defensive-Pursuit Sl OOpr! 468-1985
number one and two matches. draw a bigger crowd. The meetings are held at Driving and Human Relations Ton
Coming away victorious for ,... -J... .... "This second meeting is important each local school center and blocks and was accompaniedby
__ _. _,,_L. Aar_
Orange Park High in the Judy Elmore shows her ." said Superintendentof are open to the public. his wife, Debbie also a 6 Tons To The TruckIw
number one doubles were Sheria Tyson competes in style in the standing long- Schools Tom Casey. "We _. ,
Mark Hollar and Mike the standing long jump. jump. are mandated by law to set upa II VV.A. t-'revatt Hampton, Fla. Tr I
Forlaw, as they defeated the code of conduct for student ;

Big Red duo of John Samons behavior and this topic shouldbe You'll want to remember ExtraClellanCara .
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!
and Kenny Rodrique 6.2 and 6- Young People's Club Organized of extreme importance to

1. ]In the number two doubles local will all chance parents.to voice This opinions is their on how they look i AUTO *
BHS Steve Griffis and Terry An organizational dinner is groups perform : JlaJijJ][
set tomorrow (Friday, Feb. during intermissions. the topic of discipline and we
Carver lost 6-8 to Jim McLane
18)) at7-30pm.: at the HolidayInn urge everybody's participation todayA : SALES :

and Tornado Will Charette.netters. not yet tive for members members and of prospec-the says Purpose is to give the club young Newham peoplea schools." said in the Casey.All county. will (t W 0 I m L!E 0

playing up to their GUKICH Club a new youth place of their own and to get have a Parent Advisory Com- : "
1976 ,
young people involved with 1977 PONT CATALINA PONT (;
capabilities lost their first people's civic and fraternal mittee meeting Tuesday, Feb.
two tennis matches of the group according to President the community.The GURICH. Club 22, starting at 7 p.m. and u 4 Door Power Windows, GRAND PRIX n
year 4.3 to Eastside in David New ham. has its lasting until 8:30: p.m. This is
Gainesville and 5-2 to Orange Youth people of 18 years of roots from a group of young the second of the uniform Ad- a. Tilt Wheel Less Than Power Windows ._
Park last Thursday."I age and above are invited to people of who have been meetingwest visory Committee meetingsheld 2.000 Miles AM/FM Clean
thought we should have join the club tomorrow night.A Keystone Heights at a countywide. ;
meeting place in the woods off Director of Accountability
beaten Eastside, said second group will be organized $6895 $5100 :
and on since 1971. Officers, in
Coach Mike Sexton. "We at a later date for addition to Richard H. Jockel said he ;
haven't really played good those under 18, Newham says. President New- "hopes the parent turn-out .
tennis to date." ham are Vice-President will be better this time. On Z 1976 CHEV. MONTE Jf:
1974 MAZDA
Number four man Chub The GURICH Club will be a Mark Hardenbrook Secre the first uniform meeting
CARLO
Johnson who has won both his private non-profit organization tary-Treasurer. Lee Harden date here was a disappointment Rx3 Sta. Wg. "'
matches is the most con- Newham says. There will brook. and Sergeant-at-Arms over the number, of r 14,000 Miles Slack Inside 'II
be initial fee of Gerald Meng. AIC 4 Speed 54
an application
getting involved. C.
sistent player to date the parents 8 Out Extra Sharp a
coach sayd. $15 with monthly dues still to

BHS hosts Clay High today be determined.. HIS Girl Cogers let For District $2195
(Thursday, Feb. 17) at 3:30: First dance sponsored by 1 $4995
pm. on the Pratt Street GURICH Club is set Satur The Bradford High girl header scheduled for Palatka .
courts. The netters host St. day Feb. 26, from 7 p.m to cagers enter district play South's gym.
Augustine at 3.30 p.m., Friday midnight in the new armoryon tonight (Thursday Feb. 17)) at On Saturday, Feb. 19, the 1976 CHEW. CAMARO 1915 RABBIT J
Feb. 18. Next Tuesday Edwards Road. Foxfire a 7:30.: as they meet the defending two winners will meet for the u. Yellow 3.700 Miles
Feb. 22, the netters host Lake Keystone Heights group will district champs.Clay High district title in a 7:30: p.m. i iA Real I Clean Extra Good On Gas
City in a 3:30: p.m. match. be the featured band. Other in the first game of a double- game, also at Palatka South.

a i $4695 $2595 *

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Olin's Has A Deal For : : 1974 FORMULA 1914 OLDS DELTA 88 **

400 FIREBIRD
4 Door Tape *


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Federal Government I professional I ;

8 x 10 color portrait for it 1973 CHEV. 1973 CADILLAC i

Help You Buy A Home l Choose from our iC! 4 Wheel Drive Sedan DeVille Loaded m. J 1 1I

: selection' of 8 scenic and I 4 Speed ;rt$

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No Down Payment Your complete satisfaction guaranteed or your I C PICKUP IMPALA :

money cheerfully refunded.No Red With White Con. Top :I

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One sitting per subject $1 per subject for additional subjects
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must be accompanied by parent or guardian. *




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